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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 81, 1890,
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TI10 Trntmvnnl quctlon.
Loudon dispatches of tho 18th
sny: All tho vessels of. the Hying
squadron aro now nssomblod nt
Spithoad, whence, it is rumored,
thoy will start Tuesday morning.
I loam from official sources that
tho statement of. its destination
being Venozuola is unfounded,
and as proof thereof tho fact is
instanced, that two vessels of tho
flying squadron, tho Royal Sovor-
oign and tho Royal Oak.draw over
twenty-oignt loot ot water oacn,
and thus could not approach
Georgetown harbor. Gibraltar
will bo tho first station of tho
Tho Admiralty Department in
forms tho Associated Press that
tho destination of tho flying squad
ron of British war ships now oil
Spithond has not yet been deter
mined tpon ovou by tho Admiral
ty, and certainly tho war ships
nro not going to tho.Bormudas or
auywhoro in Amoricau 'waters at
A Berlin correspondent tolo-
traphs under dato of Jan. 18:
'ho week has onded with every
one's thoughts directed to the im
perial anniversary. Tho excite
ment caused by tho Transvaal in
cident is gradually abating, and
tho newspapers uniformly ox
press tho opinion that this difficul
ty will bo adjusted by diplomacy,
although there may bo critical
stages of tho negotiations. Tho
anti - English spirit, however,
which was aroused by tho invasion
of tho Boor lvpubliCj survives
with full vigor, and lHs signi
ficant that tlioso in political cir
cles who aro in touch with the
Government huvo tho idea that an
open anti English policy will
honcoforth bo followed by Ger
many, especially in colonial
The Now York Sun's London
cable says: A friend of Lord Sal
isbury is my authority for a char
acteristic incidont happening at
a critical moment in tho recent
ombroglio. Tho Primo Minister
was dining with half a dozen per
sonal frioiuls, when a dispatch
was handed to him containing a
notification from Portugal that
uormnny nau nmteu permission to
send troops from Dolagoa Bay to
tho Traus.vaal. Lord Salisbury
read it, loaned back in his chair
and laughed, aniL then wroto on
tho margin of tho dispatch: "Eng
land will back Portugal for all
she is worth." This ho Bent back
to thq. Colonial Secretary, to bo
put into diplomatic lauguago and
forwarded to Lisbon.
When Otlirr Villi
Hood's Snrtmimril'a builds up the weakened
shattered system by givou vigorous uctiou to
tho digestive organs creating un appetite and
purifying the blood. It is prepared by
modern methods pobSOMCH tho greatest curative-
powers mid has tho most wouderful
record of actual cures of any medicine.
Hoon's Fills cures nausea, sick hcadaoho,
indigestion, biliousness, fcold by all drug
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
.iuss .it. i'. i,rDi:iti:it.
Office: Hawaiian Abstract and Titlo
Company, corner Fort ntid
20!)-tf Merehnut Sts.
Piano For Sale.
A AYOODWAltD & BROWN PIANO.
Has an oxcollent tono and is in fino condi
tion. Will bo sold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Bulletin- Offloo.
AJ THE CUT-MAIE1
EVENING BULLE1TIN OFFICE.
TEl. asb. fcO.q NN& ST.
Express, Baggage, and
Parcels delivered on short
.Piano Moving a Specialty !
Two doHvories each day
10 A. m. and 4 i m. . .
H?- Connect with all trams and steamers.
Olllco 011 King btrect, near Fort. Tel. 170.
No moro middlemen's profits
when you buy of us.
We buy no moro goods from
wholesalers. Everything comes,
direct from tho factory.
eXF--LOOK AT THIS-
1 i- in i in 1 11 hwji
7 PIECES, finished as fine as
S50 to $100 sets. Largo Bov
oled Mirrors, with tables hav
ing drawers 18x23 and bottom
, shelf. Drawer work has con
tor slide' and works porfcctly.
No swelling; wood thoroughly
ANOTHER SNAP IN
"Wo aro going to clean out our
ontiro old Btock, consisting of 7
piece sets for $25 and upwards.
Wo want room. Goods aro com
ing direct from tho factory.
DO l'OD WANT ANVTHINQ BETTER
THAN THAT ?
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW
GOODS. "Wo challenge anyono
to soil tho samo goods for tho
same money. This means money
Call and seo for yoursolf.
Hopp cSs Co..
Furniture Dealers, Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor unci Builder.
No. SO, Nuuanu street.
Ilns on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Matresscs, etc.
$JB Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired-
llntl.ltni. Imii.n. nl TtantMnir rlpA mtlltt n Ann-
elalty. P. O. Bor 192, corner Klw; and Bet
BROWN & KUBEY I
of every description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
In tho Arlington Block, Hotel street
AVe ubo tlio greatest care in
moving all kinds o goods and
at Modeiiate PltlOES.
King Street near Fort.
To closo out tho stock, . s
; , Curtains, Etc., "
Will" bo sold at cost or loss.
SHIRT WAISTS. AT 50 CTS. EACH AND HELMETS AT 25 CTS.
p.o. box 480. poTJWD
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
. i" ':ii; --.! ''fcirtiBPiar
Exclusive and Attractive.
vHTTJw?'!i.Tfir ( HrZ- .
ii i iiitiimi mr w-ji.i;ir
IT IIIIIITJI. V - . A
Free Rods and Bait Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRfiM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
Central jfleat viapet
Love's Building, Nunanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Market in evory
Orders dellvorod promptlv to all parts of
W Telephone 101. 120-tI.
o all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
51 Fort Strcot Telephono 422
The . . .
Has a largo nsfortmcnt of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a Bpocialty.
-Beautiful t gill; Scarfs-
Em'ofoidorod Scrcons and Covers.
FINE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR.
ELEGANT LINE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Large Baskecs and Hampers.
uperb Lacquepitoe aid Bronze.
Hotel street, next to Ordwny & Porter. 182-tf
FOKT ST11EET STOIE.
AT THE ....
THE GRASS HOUSE
; at waikiki.
I Merchants Exchange
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cornvr King X Niiunnu Street, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fino Iloor,
I All NOW prepared to accept your orders
fordyclnj;, all kinds of cotton Koods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
If 2-tf Kaullko street mukal of Klnj; -trcct.
HOP H1NG & COMPANY,
Wliolcsalo Dealers In
Chinese 811k, Tea, sud Uatllng,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - - - - Telephono 117.
Denier in Chinese Ten, Cignrs,
reanut OH, Hugor, Boop, .
Cundles, etc., at lowest
Cornor Nuuanu nnd lauahi streets. 143.
(All CHOCK, I'ropr.)
Meals 25 Cents, neatw and i
l'rivnto Itoom for Ladies.
Coiineii HoTEr, and Union Sts.
LIN SING KEE,
llumbei Ss Tinsmith.
Dedcr in Tin and Agate Ware.
All kinds of I'lumlilngdonu In a Satisfactory
Marnier at Lowest Hates.
I'. O. llox 274. 212 4C3 Hotel St.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwino Ma
chines and Emiihoideuy WoitK
at tho World's Fuir, OhicuRO, 111.,
boing tho largest numbor of award,
obtaiued by nny Exhibitor, and
moro thau double the numbor
givon to all othor Sowing Ma
ohines B. BEHOEnsoN,
tnySl tf Bothol st., Honoluln.
Trains will lenvo on Snturdnyn lit Dili
n.m., nnrt l:Ii" p.m., arriving iu IIono)n)
at .1:11 p.m. atul Gs2C p.m.
Train will loiivo on Sundays nt 0)15 a.111
arriving in Honolulu nt 6:20 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st CIiibs $1 7fc
2nd Class, 1 SF
IF. C. Smith,
Gon'l l'usa. anil Ticket ARont
q y ""C- t "3 "Ty"
S nvt Jcm Cj Cw u
BREAD, IMES and CAKES
Or nil kinds.
" Tho finest imported confectionery
r-5-tf Hotel ntrco ' v Fort.
FOKT AND HOTEL STB.
Hcaflpartcrs Eiitcrurise Brcwmtr Co'
Largest Consignment of Beer
that ever arrived horo, now
J. DODD. Prop'i
n. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL nOUUS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
BRONZE BRASS, and IROh
mndo and ropnired.
BParticular attention paid i
C. R. McVeigh, Propr.
I21-t ' Queen St.
Castle & Cooke
V. O. JONES.
B. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pnla Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
naAVallan Govuriiiiicnt and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
t37 For partioulnrs npply to
Tho Hawaiian Snfo Deposit &
. invoBtmont uompany,
408 Fort Street.
A general stock of Linnoru, Ales and
FlthSII HKEft UAVAl'S ON DRAUGHT.
OUH PORT AND SHERRY!
Aro of the finest and come to us
direct from Europe. ,
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Importod st might
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
J. J. Sullivan,
Honolulu. II. I.
Sullivan & Bucklby, MauV'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent nudCaro
Siand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner ot Fort and Hotel Streets.
Unw'r. Hotel Stnbles, 82.
Pnntlieoii Stnbles, 34,
tf Fashion Stables. 118.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 (Hath Tnlw, lined with host
quality, No. 10 tine, G iu. l'ipe, Chain and
I'ltif?, with wood lim all complete. Other
dealers 'are dumfouuded, and resort to all
rummer ot Tricks and Excuses.
lie not deceived, these Iluth Tubs have
been sold for 814 until I reduced the prloe.
I am prepared to do nil work in niy line
and gunrnutte satisfaction'. Estimates fur
nished. If yon want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am your
JAS. NOTT Ju,
177-tf Tinsmith & Plumbori
Grand Sale of
Commencing Snturday, Doc. 14th
D. HOWARD H1TCHCOOK,
Mnstorpieoos in Pariun
uino; Silk Lamp Shados,
tho B and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypos, Photo-
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Denlers in Lumber and Goal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Btroot, Honolulu.
E, B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
WGstinuitcB Rivoa on all
kinds of Stone, Brick nnd Wood
work. King slreot. 47-lt
, f -fM
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