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THE EVENING BULLETS: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 4, 1899. o ''Wm
HKCKPTION AT AINAIIAU. FIIOV. KOBIIKLB'H NliXT TRIP. inflAI X MIV AEMUD Jl I A TTT A T ITI TT A TUT 'ifH
1 Mr. anil II r. F. A. Rchnrfer Untertnln
Italian Consul and Mrs. F. A.
Scbaofor ontertained moBt charm
ingly at Ainahau yostordny from
3 to 6, tho captain and officers of
tho Italian Cruieor Etna. Thoro
woro, besides tho guests of the
occasion, somo hundred or more
socioty pooploj of the city. Mrs.
H. II. Itonjos assisted Mrs.
Schnofor in receiving,
Undot the largo banyan tree
X wore tables and chairs 'for the
, guests and a corps of stowards
qjjfi preach to tho lanai. In tho lanai
Afeutsolf, tho quintette club was
" o Btationed and hero dancing was
- .. . indulged in by those who wished.
It is needless to Bay, tho floor was
woll occupiod while tho reception
m Among thoso presont wcro va
rious members of the Consular
Corps, President Dole, Attorney
. Qenoral Smith, Hon. nud Mrs.
Sowall and othors.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
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I Anoo j Bakin & Whitman.
tT-U H - - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
We have on hand fop a
few days, a large stock of
We do not keep them, we
sell them. Begin the
right by purchasing a new
piano, and REMEMBER that
we wih take your old pianos
as part payment.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0:3Ltd;
Will Lcftvo For Kona Sometime Next
Prof. A. Koobole, tho entomolo
gist, will loavo for Kona at tho
first opportunity, to furthor in
vestigate niattors regarding tho re
coat coffee ecalo scaro. It is prob
able that ho will mako tho round
of tho whole Island of Hawaii.
Besldos tho work with coffee, he
may call at soveral of tho planta
tions in responso to calls from
various managers who cannot un
derstand why cano will not grow
in certain parts of tho plantation
whoro tho soil is of tho very best
and tho other conditions cood.
Roforring to tho black scale of
the Olan planters, Prof. Koobole
says thoro is no dangor whatever
to bo anticipated. Ho found the
Buppoaod scalo to bo a leaf diseaso
that tins boon presont in tho Isl
ands over Binco his first arrival
hero. Trees with tho proper con
ditions surrounding thorn, were
not likely to sudor much or at all.
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
25 ceutB. Sold by others 25 to 40
FOUT AND BKHKTANIA STREETS.
LUimu nnw ULiiiminu, nr lAf fl I "l" w 1 IVI jtm
Beautiful Hawaiian Bilk flags
75 cents each. Goldon Rulo Ba
zaar. Mariposa sails at 5:30 o'clock
this aftoraooD, Mail closes at
Another salo of Turkish rugs
by Morgan tomorrow. Sco Mor
gan's auction sales, pngoJ8.
"W. N. Armstrong will Bnonk be
fore tho educational clnsses of tho
Y. M. 0. A. Friday evening. .
Probato notico in the estate of
Lorenzo Maria Hammer, deceased,
is published in Now To-Day,
F. N. Otremba has given up
charm of tho coffoo plantation on
tho Waianno Suaor Company's
land. Ho has taken up his old
trade of wood carving upstairs at
tho Honolulu Planing Mill.
A special term of tho Suprome
Court is ordered to bo hold, from
tho 9th to tho 18th inst., inclusive
Tho ordinary work of tho regular
torm has largely had to stanu
aside for habeas corpus cases.
A special torm of tho Suprome
Court of tho Hawaiian Islands
will bo held in Honolulu, com
mencing at 10 a. m. on Monday,
the 9th of January, 1809. See Hy
Authority in New To Day, page 8.
Among tho passengers in tho
Maui for Maui ports yesterday
wefo tho following: Andrew
Adams, L. M. Wuitohouso, Mr.
and Mrs. It. O. Searle, Mrs. 0. H.
Nishwitz, Miss. Vida and Miss
Tho panorama of Bethlehom at
St. Louis Collogo will bo shown
on Friday evening with orches
tral accompaniment. An admis
sion of 25 cents will bo charged
Sunday evening admission will be
freo, but a collection will be
In this issuo of tho livo Bulle
tin under Now Today, pago 8, ap
pears tho card of Qoorgo A. Davis
attornov-at-law and Notary Pub
lic On and after Monday,
January 9, 1899, Mr. Davis will
bo at 2UG Merchant street prepared
to attend to business with his
usual energy and vigor.
The ardor of tho Rugby foot
ball players has boon very pot-
ceptibly cooled. Some of tho
members of tho various tenuis
wero in favor of allowing practice
to po by tho board nntil "after tho
holidays." That timo has arrived
and still thoro is no movement.
If you aro looking for real
cstato why don't you consult L. O.
Abies? Ho has a splondid list of
Eroporly for sale. Beautiful lots,
andsomo cottages, palatial housos
and paying business proportion.
He has business property for salo
that is fotching S200 incomo a
month. Drop in soo ono of New
Honolulu's energetic mon.
In this ibsuo of tho livo Bulle
tin, under Now Today, pago 8,
nppoars tbo announcement of P.
J. Voellerfc Co. grocers Hotel and
Fort streotB. Mr. Voeller is an old
resident of Honolulu. It is a
pleasuro to tho Bulletin to num
bor him amonc its patrons. Mr.
Voeller announces in his ad that
ho does not lonn money to news
paper roporters. Our readers
will kindly bear with us a momont.
Mr. Yoollor's statomont doos not
rofor to Bulletin reporters; thoy
aro abovo want and tho irresponsi
bility of borrowing.
Hhlp Hritlttry Cmv.
In tho matter of tho application
of L. D. Speuoer for a writ of
mandamus against F. B. McStoc-
ker, Collector Gonoral of Customs,
to compel tho granting or a llawai
ian reointor to tho ship Entorpo,
Judgol'orry granted a motion of
respondent to havo tho writ
amended. Kinney, Bailnu &
McClanahan for petitioner; H. E
Cooper for respondont. Similar
proceedings took placo regarding
tho samo potitionor s suit tor reg
istringtho bark Star of Franco,
and O. V. Macfarlano a petition
in tbo caso of tho bark Williscott.
Thurston & Carter for tho latter
Doyle'i Nejir Year Greeting.
Chester A. Doylo, court Japan-
oso intorprotor, has handsomoly
romomberod his friends. Cards
with a cut of Mr. Doyle, smiliug
into the faco of his luturo condi
tion, havo beon sent through tho
post ouico to a largo numbor of
people. Though there is n trans
formation, a lighted cigar is still
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OirRUBBER STAMP WORKS TTT.mTT Hill , 1
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on slinrt nntlriv Atpnt fnr Hie Mnlw
Kllnkner Co., S.nn I-ranclsco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Mnknwno, Maul, can lie rccommodnted
at MRS. II. 11. IlAITiKY'S
Torins, $10 porwnok. fiS5-flm
If you want a nico rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stnblo Hack Stand Tol. 819,
and wo guaranteo you will bo
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
1 4U i OUT RATESI
1 PEARSON &
312 FORT ST.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
FRANK J. KRUGER
Gor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
NOTARY PDBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
P. O. Box 194.
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtyanctr nJ Sorchtr ot Record J.
OfUco Cnmplxjll'H lllock. Morclmnt St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co. 105ft!
Ahknt to Takk I
Acknowledgments to Instruments, '
Dlntrlct of Kona, Oahu. '
AtW. C. Acht's oIlU-o, King strout, noar
No. 10 FORT ST.
F6p AH '&
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be 'seen?
Second, the quality and ririres ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
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 we carry, .and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
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