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THE 1SVKNIKU lIUIil.KTlNt HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, AIMUL 10, 100(1.
THE LATEST POPULAR SONG HITS!
"I PromUcd I'd Protect Hep and I Will."
A sung t the r"t and on,y " n Mori, and othr leading Ametltan singers.
Contortion So to Betausei"
l Love You Yet."
i. Tha latest billid sviets. y It famous author and composer ot "Generlvt,"
at tunic ty Miss Mae Mirsh (ShuNrt's Soprano Soloist.)
mUt, Has Left the Old Love Fop the New."
,Brdl llutiin't bis hit In "The Denver Eipress."
"Ml Keep My Promise to You."
Taa latest Nw York cr as.
The St. Louis"- March and Two-Step,
A pla-ed by lead ng American Unit. (Arranged piano tola.)
PRICU, SO CENTS PER COPY.
In order to establish a permanent mill order
t-usluess (at a marked advantage to yourself) e
m m m - w win scna you me .rove songs pusip.i m .j
Sense In the United Sttf. Canida. Mexico. Cuba, Porto Rico cr the Phjlllfplnti upon receipt of
tMIRrY'FIVE CtNTS Jsl'vtt ) or the entire collection ent postpaid tor ONE DOLLAR, the price ot ny
KHfuuiiiui il Mi.rh.uJ IrMi .nv one but the BUblllhers.
II mi have any doubt regarding the genuineness ol thl unprecedented otter end ut lj cent (silver)
tV iuium express charges and we will tend the nutlc C. O. D. with privilege ol (lamination. Address
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS MO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE
HAWAIIAN BAZ.AAK, AlA&UmW ICWKLD.
Comer Hotel and AlakeaJStreets. tj
HA11M0NY LODflE NO. 3.
I. O. O. R,
Meets pvcry Monday tvenlng at 7:30
ta Harmony Hall. King ctrevt.
J. B. MoVBUJll. N. G.
E. H. IIBNDRV, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LOnCiK. No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at
7:30 o'clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street.
Ylaltlng brothers cordially Invited to
attend. S. J. SALTER, C. C.
A- E. MURPHY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third Thursday evening
Id Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially lnvlt-1.
A. F. GILFJLLAN, II. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Meets In Masonic Temple on the sec
sad Thursday evening of each month.
All' visiting Sir Knights courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Castlo Hall, 420ft Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lorlnu No. 2. and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
A.N. SINCLAIR. C.C.
M. ROSEN ULEDT,
K. of R. and S
' NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1. A. & A.. S. R.
Meets the first Thursday In each
month, at Masunlc Temrlc. Sojourn
tag and visiting brothers cordially in
riled to attend nil meetings.
W. M., FRANK II. AUERBACH.
ALLAN O. SCRIMQEOUR Secretary.
LODOE Le PROORES DE
No. 124. A. & A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the. Inst Monday
of each month, In Its hull, Mjsnnlc
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
H. R. FRIEL. Secretary.
GEO. W. De LONG I'OS'J' No.
45. G. A. R.
Department of California and Neva
da, meets at Harmony Hall, hing
street, first Thursday evening of every
month. Sojourning comrades arc cur
dlally Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
JAS. T. COPELAND. Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
Stated meetings, first Monday each
month. Speelal meetlnca. when called
(will be noted In this sn.ict.i
Members Lodge Le Pntwos. Pacific
Lorice. nnd nil sojourning brethren
.1 M. AT. W. SI.
K. R. O. WALLACE. Secretary.
L E. PINKHAM,
Otttco with the Paelflc Hard warn Co.
Honolulu. 11. I.
KMlTt'trt. nlvmi und contracts niRil.
for welU on any of the Inlands. SI
NVW PLAVf1 for heavy work (ipnrHter
,i ... ... ui I...-. " -
Roal Estate Transactions.
r Babecribers are luinmbed with from fi'i
to ill lint ter wtk, givifift an Hoti)i t
re ord of all deedt mortpeces, least. (
la 4ni rrwpTH nt ttripey, eto.,oto., wl )
Babecrlptlon Prlr. tii.nn-pr' Month
A. V. GEAR,
Jndd Building, BonobUo,
An Elegant Assortment
at Reduced Rates I $C
Take your choice of these
bargains befcre they are
Hollister Drug Co,
There Is only ouo Jesse Moore Whls
ey In the world and that la cold and
jure. Lovejoy & Co. are distributors
'nr the Hawaiian Inlands
U. A. Drowu Is In t.iwu itgaln.
II. A. Allen Is back from the States.
W. II. Cornwell ntrlvid In Iho Kliiuu
J. W. Glrvln camo buck ft out Kntinl
In the James Makee.
The most stylish rigs In town at th?
Club Stables. Phono 477.
A cottago to let Is advertised In Iho
To Let column on page S.
Tho band will glvo a conceit In Em
ma Squaro at tho usual Unto this even
WEDDING STATIONERY. Engraved
H. F. WICHMAN.
Jim Kuplhc, acting turnkey nt tho
police Btatlon, has appeared in a khaki
Report of plague cases for week end
ing April 14 appears In tho Ily Author
ity column today.
L .A. Thurston and Dr. Kntstinurtia
were passengers from Maul in the
Tho IJcrgstrom Music Co. nro pre
pared to supply almost any demand for
music. See their nd.
First class boartl nnd rooms nt tho
Aloha House on Fort street. Seo To
Let column on page 8.
For a nice collection pi Island views
go to Gonsalvcs, photographer, Uoro
tanla near Alapal street.
Tho Elito Barber Shop has opened
their Now Parlors at the Occidental
Hotel and are ready for business.
There, were 215,030 bags ot sugar on
Kauai when tho Jamm Makeo sailed
Saturday. Makawell had u'0,000 bags.
Co. C, N. G. IL, will meet at tho
usual place this evening for tho elec
tion ot a captain and second lieutenant
The funeral of tho late Miss T. Roso,
who died at tho resldetiei; of Mrs.
Hermit, Heretanla ttroet, took place
Sunday afternoon. ,
Guerrero & Hoko havo received by
the Australia a full lino of good things
to eat at their new store, Miller ttrcct
near Methodist church. "
A second hnnd upright plnno Is on
sale at Tho Ucrgstrom Music Co. for
$G3. Popular songs nro selling rapidly,
price thrco for ono dollar.
Among tho passenger from San
Francisco In the China Saturday wcra
tho following: Dr. F. L. Carpenter, C.
S. Desky nnd Mrs. F. E. Nichols.
Kcalakaa, a deck hand on tho James
Makee, had his jaw broken wlillo load
ing a two-ton snfo Into a boat from tho
steamer at Anahola last Friday.
The Klnatt from Maul and Hawaii
ports Saturday brought tho following
cargo: 32.1. bags corn, Ui7 bags pota
toes, 75 bags cabbago and 74 hog).
Tho Mannucnsc that sailed from Ma
httkona for San Francisco April l took
as passengers tho followln;;: Mrs. L.
M. Whltehousc and L. A. Rtilster.
Among tho arrivals from Maul nnd
Hawaii ports In tho Kln.iu Saturday
were the following: A. Allien, J. 8.
Bnlley, Dr. Okawara ami J. F. T.iylor..
There will bo a special rchcnrsal of
the Y. M. C. A. orchestra nt & o'clock
sharp Wednesday evening, April IS.
Every member Is requested to be pres
Just arrived, eighteen dozen choice
fowls, for snlo nt Schuman's Btock
yards, corner Alakea and Queen
streets. Call .early nnd havo your
At n meeting of Co. A. N. 0. II., Sat
urday night, Harry Klemmo wits fclect
ed captain and J. Frledersdorff, first
lieutenant. Sergennt Smith secured
the second lieutenancy.
Tho United Carriage Co., telephone
290 at the old stam'. King and Fort
streets. Hacks at a ty hour. Also
first class livery turn uts. Leave your
order nt tho otllco and wo will do the
Wniklkl Inn. Pleasant rooms, tine
bathing, excellent table and Bcrvlco.
Dinner nnd supper parties desiring
our wagonette can have It sent to any
address by telephoning to tho Inn.
Henry N. Almy, manager.
U W, Mrmiu,
to Kaaiiumanu St.
Prompt and careful attention Riven to
ac ounts, notes, bills, rents, etc., on com
mission) settlement made upon day of
For snlo at all Grocers.
Henrv Waierhouse k Co
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder ot Hlgh-Grada
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wi rxs.'eoi KING ST
Box tu Itlerhrne e
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable for residences, and Its cleanliness
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
upon application to
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parquetry
Johnson's Floor Wax,
Johnson's Floor Brushes,
METROPOLirAN MEAT CO.
IT IS OUR INTENTION TO INAU
gurate a new system In tho delivery
of meat to our customers.
As you are awaro, it has been tbo
custom In Honolulu for years past (a
custom, born of tho pro-rofrigorator
days) to havo tho meat cut up during
the night and delivered early each
morning. In many ways chls system
has proved unsatisfactory, and we have
thereforo determined to try day-tlmo
It is proposed to havo in aomo parts
of the city two deliveries pe. day, one
In tho morning, with meat for lunch
or dinner, the other in tho afternoon,
when meat for dinner, or brc.vfuRt tha
following morning can oo sent. Oi
ders will bo taken by telenhono each
evening as at present and beforo 12
noon for the afternoon deliver. This
system will also glvo householders an
opportunity of coming to tho market
to select their own cuts, which can be,
sent out on tho afternoon delivery.
It la also hoped that it may bo pos
sible under this system and by maktng
a Into dellvory on Saturday uftorneon
to do away with Sunday work, which
has always been an objectl-jnablo fea
ture of tho old method.
As wo are desirous of giving satis
faction to our customers In every way.
wo hopo that they will bo .vllling In
give the proposed system n fair trial,
as we bellove that when it is perfected
It will bo found to work for their benr
II t as well as our own.
We shall start our first daily dcllvciy
on Monday next, April ICtli.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
G. J. WALLER,
Honolulu, II. I., April 11th, 1900.
We have Just placed on sale n fc plcndiil line ol
Ladles', Mkscs' and Children's Corst-ts and Corse
Waists, of the celebrated Chicago G. D. mala, that wt
are offering nt exceptionally low pri.es.
The "Norwalk," a very well-made and perfect-fittinj
ladles' summer corset, we are offering at the exceed
Ingly low price of 50 cts. :: The Chicago G. L. cum s wuist, a
summer waist perfectly adapted to the approaching warm weather, BOc.
The Chicago G. D. Misses' summer waist will be found unequalled In'fit,
wear and comfort, price 75c The Chicago G. D, young ladies' waist,
a perfect realization of what a corset waist should be light, durable,
soft and perfect fitting will have to be seen to be appreciated; price,
$1.25. :: The Chicago G. D. ladies' summer waist Is the Ideal
summer waist. It is weil made, of good material, perfect fitting, and
withal light, durable and flexible, and at the same time affording the
required support. Ask to see them; the prjee is $1.25.
The Chicago G. D Style 521, a ladies' corset which at the price we
believe to be unequalled. The priee nt present Is $1.25 We have
not a. large stock of this lot, so the sooner seen the sooner bought and
enjoyed. In addition to the forcg ting, we have our usual
complete line of Royal Worcester, R & G., and P. D. Corsets, and
Equapoise Waists, for ladies, and a full line of Double V Waists for
misses and children. ,.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Does Much Work
H. Hackfoiil K jgS Sole Agents
& &, ui iiH?r
i 11 fHr N S--i.Oi5.
1 1 I I I a -!
nonoiuiu looacco uo Limited,
HAVANA AND MA'NILA CIGARS.
ITino Grades of Smoking Tobacco
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
Tcfephona 503. p. o. Box 984,
Importer, And Dealer in
Chinese Goods and. Silk Hankerchiefs
; tio Nuuanu Street.
. Btwewi Hotel and Pauaht.-
P. O. BOX 99 J.
THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dealers In Fine Silks and Grass Linens. Chinese and Japanese Goods t All KfaU
aio-aii Nuuanu s reet.
P. D. Box B13 TBlaphona BUS
H. 3E3C A. JE A. 1ST O
, IMI'ORTLR AND DEALER IN .
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A QOOD THING ,
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ujiu, niDKivtfu. uuu tiuu iiibiiuvui RING DP THE..
tint and tii)lit IrtmdTtur tLinnui.,,.
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Livery, Bo2rding and
Sales Stables, : : :
1B FORT STRiorr.
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLAUK HAND
Lswott Prices, delivered to any part
TELEril NE 414
hustaou, & co.,
31 Qnten titrtel
SUMe 'Phono, 4r
Hack suud 'Phones, 819 and 7n.
O. H BELUNA..
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N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
Wiais THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. 1ieW&G?-&G?-i
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