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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY '29, 1890.
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'W'ilmnm'Wii.nawmjiJttjinlBlngiJnl nw im.'buB',i
Tlio Culmii Wnr. '
Geuoral Marin has been ap
pointed Captain Gonoral of Cuba
in place o Gonoral Martinez
Campog. In a letter f roiii the re
tired commander, sent by messen
ger to Key "West, bocauso it could
not pass tho tolograph censor, ho
says he did not resign but was re
moved. Tho lotter goes on to say:
"Tho situation is this: Here is
a provinco, distant from tho moth
er country, whore tho political
parties, by tho attitudo they aro
taking, think to slmpo tho policy
of Spain. If thoy had not this
idoa, I could speedily show what
the necessities of tho situation are.
But thoy know that they would
find mo in tho way if thoy sljDuld
ask mo to shoot seventeen students
an allusion to tho massacre of
students in tho last war and bo
causo of this knowledge thoy con
spire behind my back. Yes, tins
justifies tho truo saying that Spain
has lost the Americas becauso of
tho Spaniards themsolvos. This
is a country of shopkeepers who
want to govern, and it is they who
aro swooping tho country to ruin.
Timo will toll if this bo not so."
Gonoral Valorinno AVoylor has
boon appointed Govornor of Cuba
and is on his way ont from Spain.
A dispatch from Havana reports
an interview with Gonoral Marin,
Governor pro torn of Cuba, in
which ho said that tho situation
thoro was not dangorous, fiinco tho
insurgents woro Always defeated
in ovory engagement in -which
thoy took part. Ho intended, ho
said, to organizo a fresh plan of
campaign in Cuba.
Although Martinez Campos has
declined tho por.t of President of
tho Supremo Cou of Military
Justices, his appointment will,
nevertheless, bo gazotted.
Tho cruiser Baltimoro goes out
of commission at Maro Island, and
tho Adams may got somo of her
men to complote her crow for tho
Tho Monitor Monadnock will bo
commissioned in March and prob
ably assigned to tho Pacific sta
tion. Captain Sumner will com
Wliy IIhvo Von
Been etitcken with dlscnw) thllo jour nikrh
bor escaped, or vice-versa ? Doth were alike
exposed, liutln 0110 etijo tlio dlscaso uonns
louml lodgement In tho Impure blood mid
wcitkcnul system, wullo In tlio other the
blood w3 Kept puroby Hood's Snrsaparllln.
nnd tlio body wm In a condition of good
Hood's Pii.i.s nro purely vegetable nnd do
not purge, pain or grin., Sold by all druggists.
THOMAS HOLLINGER IMS BE
moved his BlnckBtnith shop into tho old
' 'Bulletin" building, Queen street, directly
opposite bis old ntnud. 208-lw
BAGGAGE delivered and check
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pianos carefully movod at
Satisf action G-uarantaBd.
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Evidence Tel. GI3.
GEORGE fl. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. 1.
jgy-OUIco: 111 Merchant street. 101-tf
Express, Baggage, nnd
Parcels delivered on short
Piano Moving a Specially!
Two deliveries each day
10 A. M. and '1 v. M. . .
flonnect with all trams aud steamers.
Olllce Cll King street, near Fort. Tel. 170.
" Hill Rm
Kinau and Punohbowl Streets,
IGE -:- CREAM !
CiT Dollverod to oil nnrtg of tho city.
Telephone 073. 200-tf
No moro middlemen's profits
whon you buy of us.
we buy no moro goods from
wholesalers. Everything comes
direct from tho factory.
CO--LOOK AT THIS--m
CONSISTING OF N
7 PIECES, finished as fino as
SoO to $100 sets. Largo Bov
oled "Mirrors, with tables hav
ing drawers 18x2S and bottom
shelly Drawer work has con
tor slide and works perfectly.
No swelling; wood thoroughly
ANOTHER SNAP IN
Vo aro going to clean out our
entire old stock, consisting of 7
picco sols for 825 and upwards.
Wo want room-. Goods aro com
ing direct from the factory.
DO YOU WANT ANYTHING BETTEU
THAN THAT !
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW
GOODS. "Wo challenge (uyono
to soil tho same goods for tho
same money. This means monoy
Call and seo for yoursolf.
Utacopp cSs Co..
furniture Dealers, Cor. Kluanil Bethel Sts.
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Builder.
No. S9, Nuunuu sticet.
Ilni on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Windiohep, Desks, Matrosscs, oto.
BJ0T" Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VIHG FAT & CO., -
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture ot all kinds mado and repaired
Building houses and making rice mills a spe
cialty. P. O. Box 102, corner King and Bethel
BROWN & KUBEY
Carry nn immense
stock of ... .
of every description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
In the Arlington Block, Hotel street
AVo uso tho greatest caro in
moving all kinds of goods and
at Moderate Prices.
King Street, near Fort.
Hotel street, next
To close out tho stock,
;f Our tains, Hltc,
Will be sold at cost or lcs3.
SHIRT WAISTS AT50 CTS. EACH AND HELMETS AT 25 CTS.
p, o. box .180. found Te--;- 2,5
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy lew & Second-Hand
. IS AT THE
King & Nuuanu Sts. ,'
Exclusive and Attractive.
Freo Eods and
GET OFF THE TRAM
Central YEeai! YIarifet!
Love's Bnildlng, Nunnnu St.
A FIK8T CLASS Market in every
Ordors dolivorod promptly to nil parts of
oC all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
51 Tort Strcot
TolepUone 422 J
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Merino Wiring a spooialty,
-Beautiful t gill; gcarisf-
Embroidered Screons and Covers.
FINE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR.
ELEGANT LINE OP MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Large Baskets and Hampers.
uperb Iiacqueijutere aid Bronze,
to Ordway & Porter.
1'OHT BTItEET STOE.
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
" E12 & AEVlfe
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Curner KIiir Nuunnu Streets, Honolulu
Choico Xiquors and Fine, Boor,
AM NOW prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton goods,
woolens, silks, crcpis, lawns,' etc, at
lP2-tf KaullUc street makal of King -trcct.
HOP KING & COMPANY,
Vliolcsnlo Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Liquors and Mnnllu Cigars, English and
102 Hotel street. - Telephone 117.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, "Cigars,
Peanut Oil, Kngfir, Sonp,
Caudle-), etc., at lowest
market puco. . i . .
Cornor Nuuann aud i'auahi st'reots. U3-
CHIN. WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mgr.
Corner llerctania nnd Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
ItlCi: I'liAXTEIiti-Always havo for sale the
best quality of rice. Our rice marked WOO
is guaranteed to ho Al.
Agents fur the following rice plantations:
Fulamu, Halawa, Moaualua, WniKlkl, Wnlplo.
Kalawao, Kaualhapa nud Waloll, Oalm, aud
1 Tel. 218. PO Box 242.
IN THE OntODIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In
Bankruptcy. -At Chomhers: In the mat
ter of tho Bankruptcy of F. 0. llhodcs
Creditors of tho said Bankrupt aro herohy
notified to como in and prove their debts
before tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit
at Chambers, at Honolulu, on Monday the
27th day of January, 1890, between tho
hours Of ten o'clook in the forenoon and
noon ot tho said day, and elect an Assignee
or Assignees, of tho said bankrupt's estate.
By tlio Couit,
JAS. A. THOMPSON,
Trains will leave on Saturdays nt 9ill
a.m., nnd 1:45 p.m., arriving iu Houolnlt
at 3:11 p.m. and GYJO p.m.
Train will leivo on Sunday nt OslC a.in
arriving in Honolulu ut Ci'lJ p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 7(
2nd01nsi, 1 2f
P. O. Smith,
132-lf Gon'l Pasa. nnd Ticket Agent
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of nil kinds.
gj?Ths Cuost iinorted confeetionory,
1'2-lt Hotel htee lMrTorti
FOUT AND HOTEL STS.
ilcauparicrs Eiitcrorisc BrGwmo- Co"
Largest Consignment of Beer
thnt ever arrived hero, now
J. DODD. Pron'i
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and 3 off fee
AT ALI, HOUItS.
THE FINEST I3HANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYH OK HAVD.
BRONZE BRASS, and IROF
mado nnd repaired.
ESParticulur attention paid .
C. R. McVeigh, Propr.
124-tf Queen St.
Castle &; Cooke
IIWOPOItTDEK, W, t
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. 70N1S3
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Slmrea of
Pala Sutfnr Stock, ,
Hawaiian Sutfiir Co. Stock.
nawaiian Government and 1st
MortgnKO Sufjar Planta
tgy" For pnrticulars npply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
"&, . iii'
A general btock of Linnora, Aleft kcA
FUrSIt BKEIt ALWAYS ON DIUUOIIT
PUR PORT AND SHERRY.
Aro of the finest nnd come to ui
iliruct from Europe, - . .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imporled straight from Loui
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
J. J. feUM.IVAf.,
I J. IIUCKUT,
Fashion StaMes Go.,LU
Honolulu, II. I.
SulliVaN ,fc Uuokley, Jlnn'u'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent nud Cn re
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Ooniur of Fort nud Hotel Streets.
HnVi. Hotel Stnbles, 32.
rnnthoon Ptablea, 81,
PtiHliion Slnbles. 148.
5Iy $10.00 IBdth Tubs, lined with host
(piiility, No. 10 zlne, Ciu. Pipe, Uhiin and
l'ltijj, with wood lim nil complete. Othor
dciilots Jure duinfouiuled, and resort to Ml
lnnmux of TrickH and K w.
lie not decilod, thihe Katli Tubs have
been sold for 14 until I reduced tho prioe.
I urn pn purcd to do nil work in my line
nnd gunrnnti o gntiatuetion. JCstimntea fur
nished. If you w nut n pood Job chenp for Cash,
ring up Tclephouo SU, and I ftni yout
Tinsiuith ,t Pltuuberi
Grand Sale of
Gdoimoncing Saturday, Dec. Mtk
D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK,
MHStoriiitcog in Parian
uino; Silk 'Lamp Sbados,
tho B and N Lnmps, Pic
tures, Artotypos, Photo
"Water Colors. ,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Matorials of all
Quoon Htroot, Honolulu,
' E, 13. THOL1AS,
Jr9rICsliniut(S givon nn all
Vinda of Stoi.e, Btiok nnd "Wooll
work. Kirg slroiU, ; 47. if
408 Fort Btrnitt,