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EVENING BOLI.nTIN, HONOLULU. T It. MONDAY, APrtll, 27, IDAS
New importation direct from the Orient,
GRASS LINENS, EMBROIDERED LINENS,
PINEAPPLE SILK, Hand-Embroidcrcd GRASS LINEN
SQUARES, in two different sizes, 27-inch and 34-inch J
Cherry Blossom, Rose Pattern, Wisteria, Chrysanthe
mum, and Dragon.
TEA CLOTHS 40 inches square, Cherry Blossom, Rose,
Wisteria, and Dragon.
SIDEBOARD RUNNERS Size 18xC4, Wisteria, Cherry
Blossom, Rose, nnd Chrysanthemum.
TABLE CENTERS Scalloped Edge, Cherry Blossom, Dra
gon, and Rose Pattern.
TABLE COVERS Beautifully embroidered, square, oblong,
and round, in all sizes, with Napkins to match,
EMBROIDERED PLATE and OLASS DOYLIES White and
Blue Grass Linen, by the piece nnd yard, extra good
PINEAPPLE SILK In Leading Colon.
A SMALL AMOUNT OF
I GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED
Children's Black Ribbed Hose
Extra value, flue gauze, lisle finish, fast black, all
sizes. 20 $ a pair.
Absolutely wnlcrprcof, 50 nnd 52 inches wide, navy,
blnck, tan, and Oxford, SjjII.50 a yard.
New Madras Curtains'
Cioss stripes, tasssl ends, red and green stripe, 1.25
Twilled Toweling, 15 yards for ?1.00
Birds-Eye Toweling, g, 12t n yard.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
&&- THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY!
The Gas Light
The Electric Light
These arc the steps in the development of the lamp,
and n marvelous growth it is. Arc you using the latest
and best light, ELECTRICITY I If not, cdnsult without
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
King Street, Ewa of PisLmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETnEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
NEW VICTOR CATALOG.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
CELEBRATES II oil
Court Camoes Rounds
Out 15 Years Of
Court Ciinincs No SI 10, uclcnl
Oitlcr of I'oicstcrfl, celcbintcd Its II r
tccntli timilvci-H ir im B.ittii'dii) eten
Ink with n Milcnillil baiuiuet at 111"
Alexander Young Hotel. Tin l.ugo
attendance ami tlio enthusiasm or lie
nieinlierH wab (hi; bust utldence lo the
ouIhIiIci that the Coutt Canines In nil
nggiossltc nig.iulMtlou 1'lie tneiii-
Ik'IR mo no.irl) nil young men atul
of high standing in Uio coiiiinunlt).
Tlic largo dining-room was tune
fully ilccorntcil for tlie occasion ami
at each diners plaiu was a l.iigi
lllma lei hearing the iiiHlgnli of Ilia
Order The best of good-will pie
tiillcd ami It was heightened when
the prominent members of tho Onler
told of the stead) progress of thli,
the third largest Court In America
The presiding olllccr of the oten
t UK wiih Chief Hunger I)r .lohn I
Conies, who Mist eulleil upon A. V
Peters, I'. C. It , one of tho orgiinU
eiH of the Coin t, who told the Ills
toiy of Its progress In a most Inlei
cstlng manner. I'roin thiec memliei
niiil no Ire.isur) li.ilaiito on April J.I,
1 8! :t, tho Court has now u member
ship of oei two hunilred und h
treasur) balance of $S,0U0.
Ji. It. McdclroJ spoke In his usual
happy Bt)lo on "1'r.itcinallsiii," poin
ting to the pinttk.il hciiellts of treat
In k iiiiiii as a lnother.
Daniel Logan supplied the response
of Dr. Mm ray to tho toast "Ancient
Torestr)," nnd did It crj well, al
though Ills Knowledge of the Order Ij
limited to u Mjr) brief oxpcrlcuce
It. II WIlllaiiiH spolio of "Kindred
Societies." He tailed attention lo
the great good done by frnternnl or
gtiulr.itions nnd tho misfortune that
I had been softened b tho forc-linud
edtiess of hcLomlng associated with
tome organization Dr Miicknll
spoke brloll) for the "Ladles", It
r.irilngtou and It O .Matheson 10
iponiled with' expressions of gnnd
wlll, llou. A. D Castro gavo n short
undress, mid the Urogram rinsed with
a few tlgmous rem fits from JI ('
l'.ichocei, who has been one of tl.e
inoliig spirits of the Order, and was
the successful manager of the l'lf
Iccnth Anniversary banquet
Thoso present were: Jno. 1
Cones, W. T. Itnposo, J. I' Ilego,
do S. C.innvarro, A. D. Castro, 11 V
Mm ray, M. I). Ilruco McV. Mucknll,
II. II Williams. Louis K. Jlcdelrm,
J. A. It, Violin, John I Dlas, A. V
rctcrs, Louis A. l'err), A. W. Sea
bur, Cnspai Sllvn, Capt. Moses Nn
op.ila,' II. I'erelia, V, 8. NnsLlnicnto,
M. 13 Sllt.i, N. K. iloopll, John (lo
niea, It J. Ilorges, J. A. (lons.ihrs,
T 1 Jlellm. J. II I'onte, JI. Ciiiuc-.
.Manuel Abrcu, ,lr , JI. I) Abro'i,
John rinnli, Jr, I'rnnlt Marhado. J
V. Hodilgucs, J. U. Joseph, W A. VI
erra, JI J. Colto, J I'. Souzn, Joaipiliii
Slhn, Joao Monl, JI. It. de S.i, JI.
C Ouliidlnho, JI IVIIxkM D. Titi
tas, Alex. Nahnolclun, Antono Urate,
K J Jlnhoc, Win. I'crry, Chas. Joiioii.
JI C Llndo, C Jlcdelros, John HoU
tor, J S. Almeida, Antono Pcrn.indcii,
T I Snuz.1. Louis S Ales, IM, Jlc
delros, Wm W. Marshall, Krneit
linos, 13. .1. Itego, Prank. It. Sllt.i, JI.i
uuel ItoLbn, John JIarliailo, JI. It.
I'reltus C I'eielra. Autoiiu Ji' Bonn,
Win Kcittvlttl, JI I' Kcgo, JI. S
1'ieg.ina, C K. Winchester, (Jr., S. V.
Slnino, Joe Leal.'john Itodrlguci,, W
It Chlllon, W It P.irilnrjlon, Daniel
Logan, It. O Jliitheson, JI, C." l'u
checo. Wallukii. .Maul, April 21 Chan
II Ilioad, who left K'lilnilul In 18!M
for Japan, paid Kahiilul mid Wal
lukii a tlslt this week and left again
last Wi'dncsdii) by tho Cl.tmllno Tor
Honolulu en inula to Yokohama,
win in he has been einplojcd as head
Motcilmo foi the Put Hie Mull Steam
ship Compau) for many )e.irti.
hipping and Commission Merchant
x FiRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
THIS is a new Department opened by J. HOPP & CO., the largest furniture
house in the islands. In their "LITTLE-AT-A-TIME" Department this
well-known furniture house has made arrangements whereby almost
anyone of reliable habits can furnish one item for a house or all the itema
needed to furnish a house or cottage complete by making a small advance
payment and then making many small weekly or monthly payments. It is
the same idea and system which has assisted many householders in securing
from the jewelers their silver services. The only difference is that in the
J.'. -T'IP1 TKA. I J-Hl
jewelry clubs one does not get the articles until a large number of payments
have been made, and in the case of J. HOPP & CO. they permit one to have
immediate delivery of the furniture and then to make their "Little-At-ATime"
payments while1 they are enjoying the use of it. Why not have your home
well furnished at onee and enjoy the use of the goods during the time one
ordinarily has to wait until one can save the money to furnish a house? Other
people have their homes well furnished on this basis, why cannot you?
J. HOPP & CO. have n large portion of the massive LEWERS & COOKE BUILDING, on King St ,
filled with furniture which they oiler to you on this basis. Such liberal accommodation as this costs the
customer only n little more than it uould wcic he to buy the goods for cash Drop into the J. HOPP & CO.
stoic nnd enquire into the details of this otle..
FURNITURE on tlie "LITTLE-AT-A-TIME" BASIS
J. f OPP &. Hi
or dixit in
On WeiliK-iln Jtll) Kith, at I
o'clock, the mi uc rstono of the CooUe
l.lljiarj, at Oibu CoIIckp, will bo laid
under (he tllieitlon of the Library"
Committee of O.tliu CoIIirc. 'I ho
chief millions will bu dclhcrcd b W.
A. Kliine, a former I'linahou stu
dent. JiiiIkc Vnlimlo l'errj. piesldeiit
of the Alumni Woclntlon, will Bpeik
for tlioMuiltnix. pant, prerent nnd fu
tuio l)i U l Aloxanilei will kIui
a brief hlhtoi ol tlio Library at I'll
nuhou. I' DlllliiKhnm, luili mail
of the lliilldiiiKK and Cr.oiindH Com
lillttce, will represent tho lorpoia
tlon and will Klvo u lulef Ktateiiient
in loKiird to tho Klft from JIi. nnd
Miq, Cooke of this library and tho
Miss Dorothea Cooke, thu nhliHt
Rrnnd child of .Mr nnd .Mrs. CooUe,
will lay the lornerKtoue, whllu tue
rrep.ir.ilor S( hoed und tho Colli po
ktudeiilH will appeal In two cIioiiib
Nino htudeiilH from the ollw will
u I ho present an IntoreetliiK nnd
unliliiu put of tlio proKrnm, eutlCed
"In Tialbo of HooltH." These htu
dentH arc IMIih Smith, Chailes D.i
f Ituvnold Jlitlrow, WalRon lial
tonlymi, Helen North. Vei.i Damon.
Allco Hopper Allio SpaldliiK, Hex
foul Itltduoil. Tho Alumni will
iiImi fiirnlnh oiu poto of mimic Tho
now Librarian finest .1. Iteeci', u
Riaduiilo of WphIuiii Itcero t'nlvei
hit) mid of Id Library HcIiimiI, will
arrive In Mid to tulio up the work
of (iitnlORiiliiK tlio booku, piep.iui
torj ko puttliiK theiu Into thu new
PRACTICE FOR MATCH.
There will ho a dance nl thu Si.i
hide Unlet tonight In honor of the
olIUerH and ladli'H if thu transpoit
IIxi client music by Knni's Cleo
Club will bo furnished and an all
round Rood time Is promised
All Anil and N'n) people and tho
publli Konorall) nie uirdl.ilb invited
to ho present
Col Sam Jnlininn, nocompanled by
aboiu flftj of tho men of tho National
Uii'iid had a test shoot nt tho Ku
kiuko ilfle rnnt,o yosterduy. Tho ni"ii
muih' Kood ihowliiKH on tho six him
dred at ) tiirfiVts, ncorlnB fort out
of flftv I'lom now on It Is" cxpeetnl
that the marksmen cf the k'bIiik nt
will b luid at piaetlco, first to uu.il
lt for tho tam and uocoiully to shoot
hIiuIkIiI whfii In tho hlK cuiupotltlon
fin tin hnniii of Hawaii uel
5S. editorla' room 256 busl
nois otlico. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
HIK 11 E Mill)
The news molted lij cahlo )ester
ila.t to the elfeet tlulNtlie Jlaram.t
would he delajed I Ji It itliiR Viiucuil
tcr was disappointing to u lame
mimbir of persons here Thu steam
er got awa on time hut an accident
to her puinpj ueeusullated licr return
foi rep.ilis lifter being nut more than
ii d.i .Manager Adams expects dell
nlto Infoimntlou of her sailing date
befmo Iho da) Is out. In any oteut
It means oulj a luMtpnucinenl of the
date of tlio concert; it will bo giteu
and all who hnto bought seats in.i)
be assured of this fact Her ditto of
aiiltal hero according to tlio belled
tile was on the -d of Mil), with u pos
sibility of icffclilng poll a da) eaillei
It ma) bo that she will not nriito
before the fith or llth, and tho con
ceit will be git in, as previously an
noiineed, tlireu liours aflet thu stcwiu
1 1 Is docked.
There's No Chance
of its becoming affected in any way from the time it is
milked from the cow t'll you open the can in your kitchen.
Every process it undergoes is thoroughly hygienic, ev
erything that touches it is sterilized "
IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.
You can't nfford to use another kind of milk. For ta,
. coffee nnd all other uses of rich milk.
Ask your grocer for it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
For Over 60 Years
tia toon um'I for ovr sixjv
YUAKH by MILUnl.'b or Mulnrj
bOOTHK the Cll
til OU1I3. ALLAYS
uukiw iu.u cui.li:
Iltia It tho tr:
Tljo meiiiboia of tho Odd IVllmt- I
mid tlulr frlepils relehratcd the Icli I
t) ninth iinnlvl isai), of tho Institution
In heart) ninnner last Satiirda) nig ii I
u pni';r.im of addresses and music be
lug tendered Thu most Interesting
oration of tho night was dellterod b)
.IiiiIki I' It Quailcs
C T Ilodgors was presented with a
lmudsomu gold Jewel as it recognition
of tlio good work he Imd done foi the
nidi i and as nn oxpiisslon of nlnliu
ft itiii (lii Odd I'ollows1 f tlm 1
The Inter pint of (ho piogiam was
detoleil to dunclng.
lOIIN'SON' Iir Honolulu Siindat
prll It,, Mis Margeiy Cittunaih
.1'ihiiFOii aged BOtent) three )e i ,
it nntlte of i:igln. Scotland
by DrarxUU Is etcry rut ct tho
world. Ilo nr nj uak for Xtf.
Ttoulow' Sootktvr Synipoud take
r una. 3J ccnu Uott 1.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AIM I
Emma St. ntjjr Heretanif
, MADAME LAMBERT,
Fort Street near Beretania.
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(I m unu 2 !
1 1 , This Is Only Ono of Those
' BEAUTIFUL WATCHES
1 1 we arc offering at
,1 ? 1 00 PER WEEK
M 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULUJ
SUPPLIES OF ALL KIHD? m
Tho Beit Cifin and Tobaoco, Si
FIT2PATRICK BROS. '1
and JiYRTLE CIQAR STORE. ;$
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