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.I'HE EVENING fcTJLLlilTIls i HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 3, 1899.
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K in in n Hfiunre Millie.
Tho band will piny tho follow
ing selections in Etnroa Square
Mnrch: Greetings Hnll
Overture: Hcinlnunldc ltosslnl
Selection: Mttslcnl Congress Soiisa
(a) Elcllo Tho Mimes Kolllna
(b) Mlklol Mra I Alapnl
(c) Answer Mr Frank Foster
Cornet Solo: Tho Surf.....Stelnhausor
Jlr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection: The GuImIm Jones
"Waltz: Love's Olil Sweet Souk
March: Hiipy Now Year Merger
Tho Star SpaiiKleil Banner.
Lntintn to Hlart Vp.
Tho now mill nt Lnhnina will
start in this wook. Today, steam
was gottou up and a trial of tho
now mnchinory will ro on for two
days. On Thursday, grinding
D. G. Oamarinos received pa
itbo steamer Australia a big in-
voicoof Apples, Qrapes, Figs, Le-
'mous, Nate, Pnro Olivo Oil, Dry
Fmit, etc., etc.
LOCAL AKD GENERAL.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
.Tho band will play iu Emma
Square this ovonin.
Bountiful Hawaiian silk flags
75 conts each. Goldon Rulo 13a
znnr. Meeting of tho Hawaiian Choral
Club at FoBter hull this evening.
Important 'business is on hand
ana evory momber is requested
to be present.
It was James and not William
White who left for Manila tho
othor dav in Company with 1
Elliot. The latter is still holding
down his position in tho Inter
Island wlfarf oQioo.
Tho Oinoograph, 0. L. Clomont
manager, is now working nicely
and it is a vory instructive andox
tretn ly entertaining exhibition.
Tomorrow evening ft will bo
shown at tho Old Chinose Theater,
Waiktki sido Aala Lano. In con
nection with tho Oinoogrpb a first-
class Cluneso drama will bo put
on. It will illustrate tho Chinese
way of making lovo. Tho drama
will run for two hours aftor which
tho Oineoernph. will bo exhibited.
Admission 2u conts; children 10
cents. Suo Now To-Day, ppge 8.
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WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM!
Eakin & Whitman.
- - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
;i r n ;; r x . -a ;,:; a ri ri;
A Few Suggestions for
2J ! J "fJ ;i "A fU 5J 10
From $6.50 up !
Bound Volume of
Wc have n lurjic nd well ticlcctcri stock of thcnbovc" goods
on display. Cull nnd sec us.
Also bent in mind that we will tnlc your OLD PIANO ns pni't
payment on a NEW ONE. We luivc Just received a
large shipment of Kimball Plnnos, per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,,Ltd.
COUNUIt TOUT AND BKItHTAXIA STRKiyrS.
Mr.Davoy has photographed tho
Waltor Hyman left in tho Ma
una Loa forllookona on business.
A gold pin with a diamond in
tho confer has bocu lost, tico
Oharloa Croightou tho ottornoy
loft for tho Iiilo court torm in tho
Tho Queon Uowacer Kapiolani
left for Kona in tho Mauna Loa
Tho openiuu of bids for tho Na-
Inku road on Maui uas beon post
poned until January 10.
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar is Boll
ing dolls dnssed, from 15 cents to
25 cents. Sold by others 25 to 40
Chineeo habeas corpus cases,
with returns and replications,
pretty nearly monopolizo court
Iu a pnmo of baseball between
tho Bennington and Engineers1
teams Saturday, tho latter wou by
a scoro of 11 to G.
A sinclo yard or nrticlo at whole
sale prico aro tho values nowoffer-
od by tho iN. o. baous iJry Uoods
Company, Ltd. Soo their announcement.
Mrs.P. Pock nnd three daugh
ters left in tho Olaudino for their
homo at Olaa, nfter a visit that
gavo much pleasuro to their many
friends in tho city.
Tho Hawaiian Choral Club will
meot at 7:30 this evening. Busi
ness of importanco will bo trans
acted, and all mombors aro re
quested to bo present.
Tuesday, January if. borne a
national holiday all government
officeB throughout tho Republic
will bo closed. Soo Minister of
tho Interior J. A. King's notico on
Tho HoouluJjahui Socioty will
hold their regular monthly meet
ing at tho Kapiolani Maternity
Homo, tomorrow, at 10 o'clock a.
m. All members arc invited to at
tend. Tho installation of tho new-elected
officers of Mystio Lodge, No. 2,
K. of P.. will tako place tomorrow
ovoning. Members of Oabu Lodgo
I and visiting brothers cordially in
vited to attonu.
Arthur Waldron, a former St.
Louis Collego boy, is now wearing
Undo Sam's toggery on board tho
U.a. a. Bennington. He has kind
memories of Bro. Bertram tho
prinoipal and his other teachers.
Among tho dopartures for La
haina, Maalaea, Kona and Kau in
tbo Mauna Loa this foronoon
wore tho following: Mrs. 0. H.
Dickey, C. "V. Baldwin, MrB. L.
M. Vottlesen, Dr. MoWayno and
H. T. Mills.
Tho Hawaiian edition of tho
Christmas No. of tho "Wave is full
of local pictures. A. G. M. Ro
bortBon contributes a remarkably
lucid articlo on tho judicial sys
tem of tho islauds. "Alox" provos
ho is a master of tho pon as woll
as tho tonguo.
J. "V. Smith, tho Ewa school
master, leaves in tho Alameda for
Sydney tomorrow. Ho is going
to havo a look at an oxtonsivo
forost tract that belongs to him in
New South Wales. Mr. Smith
has mado n "barrol" of monoy tho
pnBt year, simply by using Iii'b
brains and legs in "promotion"
work in tho school holidays.
For Maui and f fawnii, per strar
Claudine, Jan J Volcano: fllrs
Durkee, Mrs Hudson. J H Mo
Gowau, Mra McGowau, N B Dun
ton, CNoill. Wny ports: 0 W
Kinnoy, M B Mirham, Miss P
Jonesj Mies Meine, Rov David Ai
and wifo, C K Hyde, J M Kanea
kua, Mr Mead, 0 A Doyle, Miss
Streckwnld, Miss Chase, S Lukua,
Miss Panui, Chas Croightou, Miss
A Hornor, Miss Locan, Guon
Chang, Li Gheonp, 0 S Shanklin,
Chas Schlosslor, Dr "W L Mooro
and wife, D H Case, Dr Tracy and
wifp, Akaka and wifo, E P Dolo,
H R Bryant, Mrs P Peck ond 3
ohildron, Henry Wall, M S Levy.
I had tho rheumatism so badly
that I could not got my hand to
my head. I triod tho doctor's
medicine without tho loaBt benefit.
At last I thought of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm; tho first bottlo relieved
all of tho pain, and ono half o tho
aocond bottlo offeotod a comploto
euro. W. J. Holland, Holland,
Va. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
equally good for sprains, swellings
aud lameness, as well as burns,
cuts aud bruisos. For salo at
Benson, Smith & Co., drug store.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Wvf lr--n BB PW
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on suon notice. Agents lor tne Alois?
;N0TABI PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Olllce: SOS Mcrclinnt Btreet, Canin-
KllnUner Co., San Fninclsco. Brass and i bell Block, renr of J. 6. Cnrter'a nfllce,
meiai signs, (-an nnd see samples. :
P. O. Box 194.
Fop AH &
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where, is the largest
anil best display to be seen?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
rcrsoni wishing to obtain board nt
Maknwao, Miuil, ran be tccommodated
BtMHS. H. 11. DAII.nV'S
Toriim, $10 porweok. n.W-flm
If you wont a uico rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hook Stand Tol. 811),
and wo guarantee yoa will bo
EDMUND II. 1IAKT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
. Conveyancer and Sf archer of RfCorJs.
Ofllco C'aniiloirn lllock. Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian wine Co. 105311
Aoi:nt to Takk
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, O.ilm.
AtW. C. Aehl'Holllco, King utroct, nenr
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts nd Wives, '
Sisters nnd Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
1 ii i& OTJT RATES
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods wecarryvand
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
B. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.