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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 08, 1896, Page 2, Image 2',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1896. ' .
Jhe reault would clearly show tho
danger monuoitig tho business
aaon of the United StntoB
Following out this idea Mr.
Udkor and J. 13. Currier wore np
jointod a committoo to invosti
gato Japan's sonrcos jof raw ma:
Jerial. Messrs. Bontng and
Curtis wero appointed to inquiro
into tho facilities for tho ship
ment of goods from Japnn to tho
American and othor markets
oonimonly supplied by American
manufacturers. Mr. Cruig took
2a charge tho gathering of infor
aiatiou upon tho prosont fuoili
ties in Japan for tho manufacture
ol any and nil products, with a
'riow to finding out tho effective
ness of the mnohinory now thore,
also the import dutioH on tmiohiu
ry used by tho Japanoso or liko
Yf to bo purchasod. Moesrs.
l'.ikor, Curlier and Itutheifoid
Till invostigit tho production
:! certain lines of goods in Japan,
including cottons and silks, all
jiodupta of iion, buttons,
aatchos, watchos, bicycles, rope
nnd jnto. To iiscortaiu just what
J. .an is best fitted to produce, A.
Scarboro and John Rutherford
tore appointed. This inquiry
trill coinprohond climate, soil
lud all natural advantig"S.
The committee will report Jan
uary 6th, and it is expected that
jdIuhuIo statistics will tliou bo
-ready to bo sent to Washington.
During tho informal dibcussion.
vluun ccuunied a (neater part of
The time of tho meeting, man
jtatciueuts woro mado, tending to
3I10W that tho merchants wero
not considerably alarmed. Mr.
B.i!;ur knew that the Japanese
aero negotiating for mac'jinery
lor 11 nail plant and njutoplnut.
In fact, it was entirely lik-ily that
the plant of tho Oakland com
pany would soon bo moved to tho
olher aide of the Pucific.
Mr. Craig told how a friend of
!s had bought in Japan ton
6oxes of ordinary parlor mntahos
Tor 1 cont. Their inroads along
lon tho loxtilo line, however,
Sad been tho groatest so fur. Es
pecially was tins eo in cottons,
lie euoko of a pieco of silk tapes
Wy for which Fiotich artists asked
tlO.OOO and which had boon made
in Japan for S700.
"Ur. Sinntag had boon told that
H10 Jupuneso could turn out
irate lies for 20 conts which woro
Si every way as good as tho Ame
3i"can article which rotuiled at
1.50. Mr. Craig said watches
-tiM made in Japan by girls who
nero pa'd 3 conts a day, and works
xhich in this country cost TzU
sould be turned out thoro for $8
Many of these statements wero
aorelv hearsay, but the mor
chants consider thorn as at least
partly truo, and now will find
Aow much, if any, the mutter has
LOSS OK Till: HWAX PINIJ.
tlie VriiWrr raptured Irom the C'lil
Yokohama, Japan, Dec. 26
3fbo ornisor It trim Ping, which
ILe Japanoso captuted from the
COhinose during the recont war.
Tas wrecked on December 21, off
'jfio Pescidor Islands. Most of
o oflicois who wero in charge of
3ho deck at tho time of the acci
dtent und sixty mon nro miBsing
The Kwnn'l'ing was a vessel of
3)10 tons, mounting sevon gnus
3he w is attached to the Chineoe
JViyung squadron, and was one of
Ao voi-sols surrendered on ioo
vmnty 17 last to tho Japanesi at
A privuto socrotnry of a public
annn whs recently ordered to send
3 (otter to un office seokor, offer
ag'him a position. It was couch--ij
in theso words: "You are
awrked down for a position in tho
Sostom Honio, as vour wellknown
capacity rii-mnmls.'' Tho scribe
d written an r for a c. fnde
jrndenl. The recent diooopan convoca
:Eou had a bad effect on Mil
rrankoe reverence The Sentinel
jatou that half a dozon M'otvs
.ot into a rov in a Spring stroet
fteerssloon, tho other n-ght, when
She proprhtnr arose and remark
ti with dignity, "Gont'omon. 1
wint you to undorfitnnd thut this
ni not an Episcopal council."
In ono day recently Emperor
Tfiliam'of Gnrmany wrotoa song,
glinted a pioturo, designed a fort
md lost his totnpor, It was a
tSril day with him, too.
A, J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontal
aftce Cottaca No. 100, Alakoa
raSioet, telephone No. 615. Office
Bsurs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
THE MUSIC STORE.
If you don't believe it
just call on us, and wo
will convince quickly
you that wo arc in it.
American make, from
$275, warranted for
Solid oak. American
make. 7 stops, a
world beater, 40.
From 4 up.
For Tkaohkr's Usk,
finest selection ever
offered fur sale in Ho
nolulu. THE BEST STRINGS
for violins, guitars
and banjos, that mon
ey can buy. Wc keep
no cheap trash.
PIANOS AND ORGANS SOLD ON EASY
WALL, - NICHOLS
a bottle, of
vcaAy to alftidf
-w - -rjr.t
Hollister -:- Drug
135-tf Agents for tbe Ilawailan Ialnuds.
Building -:- Lots
Dclluuttu situation. Hesntifnl view of the
occun. Kxccllcnt neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
ffE'i v m
I JIC. r
When It Comes
To Disinfectants we still have
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and new
arrivals are on hand.
Geo. H. Hiicldy
Fokt SuttfT, on-. Catiiuik' SIixios.
IIoum from (1 a.m. to 4 r.M.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
OflicO) Mnsonic Building.
Hours: -: 0-11 am, 3-5 inn. : Tclvphone 4SI,
ItcsUtcncc llnwnllan Hotel.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n Specialty. Over Culi-
forniaFobd Company's atore.
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO JIAU1NU RAILWAY. PAT
roim luouylit free from the tug-boat
wLnrf on tclciihouiuK o. CSS. 1'uruisLed
roonm to let on the premises.
130-tf MltS.J. H.REIST.
VT. H. WINCHESTER,
HARNESS MAKER AND 8ADDLEH.
Soils Hawaiian trees and re-coverB
Our Motto is :
"Taka Pains and Keep Customers."
llCBothclSt., betwcouKing and Hotel,
Telepbono OTO. 152-tf
Vou'i Forget That
?ii:ii:ii:on & ujbci&kic.
Have asplonilfd line of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Dlock, : : : : Hotel street.
S. JJBckBr, Mgr,
Olooks, Watches and
Jewelry ! ,
Owing to fniliug licoltli, 1 wish to close
out my business enrly next year. To this
end I will sell my en'ire stock of
Clocks, Watohes and
J ewelry !
VQWtSt VWCtS ?0V CkStt.
GREAT BARGAINS WILL RE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, - Merchant St
A FAMIIiY HOTEL.
J1. ICrovuso, - DcProp.
Por Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Tho Beat of Attendance, the Best Situn
tiou and tho Finest Meals in this City
Uan Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next LncoV 1'JnniiiR Mill, will have
fresh every dny
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to families iu lorge or
siiinll qnnutitiM. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Kiilihi l'oi Factory.
Sfniu open c drinks.
N. F. BUHGESS
Repairs Garden Ilos.Spnnilers Water Taps.
Saw Filing ami all kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives and Scis
sors. Lawn Mowers repaired and for rent.
Also, Setting Glass in fnct nil kinds of
.Jonmng. Woric called ior nua returned.
Shop nnd residence en Miller street,
Ring up Telophouo 852. 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors nnd Prol9lons, Sakl a specialty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel strcot, Honolulu.
QTJONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Di-nlers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
145 Corner King and Mnunnkea Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 32f, Nuuauu streot.
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired. ,
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... . Nuunmi street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Doots nnd Shoes to order. I use tho best
material. Goods warranted towcar well. 142-
No. 408, Nnnanu strcot.
Ilns just received a new line of
DRY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MERCHAN-
Agent for the following rice plantations:
Waipio, Wniawn, Wuimalu, Waialua,
Knneoho and Kapalauia.
fJF My rico from Knneoho is marked
L A and is guaranteed Al.
P.O. Box 114, .... Telephono 109.
Kino and Nuuanu Biurets.
f& ConJiaent is unnecebboy.
EVERY i MAN i HIS i OWN i HDRSE I EDCTDR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
KOU TUB CUltK or DISEASES OK
HORSBS, CATTLE, SHEEP, BOBS, SWINE MS POULTRY.
Tli'o innrvelous remedy which prevents
Hair Falling Out
FOR SALE BY
Sole Agent, Honolulu.
RT Neat pamphlet free on application. P. O. llox 292, Telephone 20. , 100-tf
TEL. 604 K CQWftPd " TEL- Mt
Family "AAt2,-.J-0ReP Peoples
7 V , JB BfcJ
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Juet opened a full nt'tl complete nssortmont of the
luxuries nnd dolioncii'8 from ovory civilized notion,
which will bo sold lower thnn the lowest. . . .
Fresh. California Creamery and Island Butter.
VAIIIIIjY TUAUB A Sl'KCIALTY.
All Goods dclivero I promptly- Civility and ovcry attention given to cuHtomers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
J. T. Waierhouse.
Cfcucen Sti'eet Store.
in Tins nnd Jors. Assorted Chut
noys, Hams nnd 'Bncon, Potted
Meats, Boston Bnked Benns nnd
I X L LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lo-prest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
141- 831 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinwnro, crockery,
ito, at lowest prices
Nuuanu and Hotel streets
-1ti:w J "iLJfli Twno
qiiiiiM limn ct ta I ll'!liiflinBI
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor merchants.
No. 5, Druinm Street, - San Francisco.
Toil SALE IN BULK.
American IJookdok Whiskies in Bond per
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ago and
California Qraie Bkakdy in Bond per
barrel of about 40 to 60 gallons.
Alio the celebrated Cate Wiiskies:
"Extra Pony" Bourbon Wbisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per case.
''BeorpruBs" Dourbon Wbisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per case.
"Old lloueor" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per case.
"Tennessee Whito Byo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 C gallons per case.
CALIFORNIA I'onT WINES, SHEIUUES,
Send orders by .mail. Satisfaction gua
ranteed, Brannschweiger & Co.,
141-lm No. 5, Drumm Ktrtot.
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