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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 5, 1899.
OKHMAN HUOAIl CHOP HIIOItT.
Deficiency nutlnntotl nt Throe lliindrrd
anil fifty Thnitannd Tom.
Washington, Deo. '28. A doficit
in tho Gorrann beet augur crop of
nt lonBt 350,000 tons is figured
upon by United States Consul
Diodricb, atMagdoburg. Ho says
tbat tho backward eeaBon resulted
in a dofioioncy. A number of
manufacturers sold fully ono-half
of tbeir laet year's product nt very
low pric6s boforo thoy realized
tbat tboro would bo a Bliortngo in
material, and tbo ond of Novom
bor found a numbor of factories
closed on account of tho difficulty
in getting material.
u All the old stocks of sugar in
Europo having run low, the mar-
kot baa been Btrongor for some
timo with upward prices. The
estimate of tho beet suuar crop for
tho world nccopted in Germany as
accurate is 4,775,485 tons, Germa
ny leadipc with 1,847,018 tons, and
Cuba boing net down aB producing
300,000 tons, agaiuBt 2,537,571 tons
in tho provioua season.
Beautiful Hawaiian Bilk lings
75 cents each. Golden Rulo Bazaar.
nuhi:stii)n rno.u nnwrcv.
He Parora (lie Nenilhuf of nn Able
Stretrimnii t Manila
HoDgkong, Decombor 28. Ad
miral Dewey is of tho opinion
that thj Uuitod States Govern
ment should send nn able Btatps
man to tho Philippines to moot
tho represontativo peoplo, get
their wishes, inform them of the
iutentiou of this Government and
reach soma sort of an understand
ing that will lessen tbo friction,
end tlio irritation and minimize
tho danger of coollict between the
two armed forcos that now con
front ono anothor.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
I Inserted nn ADLET In Bulletin
VVANTS--U pupclinscr for o Jer
sey cow. it was in two iinys
when I (Jot n buyer, Cnrl
A purse wits found by n member
of my family. I put an ADLET In
Bulletin WANTS for the owner.
The second Insertion nppriscd
owner where the purse was. The
ADLET cost 00 cents. Q. II.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Two Itrconll Ilroken.
The steamship China, which ar
rived Monday night from China
and J .pun via Honolulu, carried
tho largest consignment of opium
over entered at this port. There
woro GOO caBes of tho drug, valued
ntS."00,000. Tho total weight of
the opium is 27,000 pounds.
Tho China broko anothor record
by bringing tho biggest batch of
mail, 3G8 bags, that has over
como from tho Orient. S F
Chronicle, Dec 28.
WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM!
Eakin & Whitman.
TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
We have on hand for 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 will take your old pianos
as part payment.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0..M
COIWEtt l?OKT AND IJERKTAKIA STREETS.
llecont arrivals include many
people from tho western torrito
rics of the mainland.
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
25 conts. Sold by others 25 to 40
Mr. William Walo of Santa
Barbara, Cal., and proprietor of
tbo Alakea bouso, this city ar
rived in the Alameda this morn
ing. D. J. Bassett, Enginporof the
Risdou Iron "Works of San Fran
cisco, who arrived by tho Ala
meda, is staying at tho Hawaiian
rPl.m Lrntlinrn -T W nnil V,. fl.
Strath of Ewa both loavo for Syd
ney in tho Alamoda. Mrs. E. O.
Smith preceded her husband in
Geo A Davis having been takon
ill. was nardoned out by tbo Coun
cil of State yesterday ovoning,when
bo bad tbreo days yet to serve tor
contompt of court.
A young man in a good position
in Honolulu oponed u lotter ai
Nolto'a this noon, to find a $1000
chequo for a Christmas box from
hia mother in tho States.
Tho entertainment at tho hall
in St. Louis Colloco tomorrow
ovoninc from 7 to 9 will bo well
worth attonding. Asido from tho
panornmio view of the City of
Bothlehom, there will bo orches
tral music, singing by tho teachers
of tho school and other features.
F. N. Otromba, recontly manag
er of tho coffee plantation on the
Waianao Sugnr Company's land,
has oponed a wood carving and
I polishing establishment on the
second iloor of tho Honolulu
Planing Mill, Fort streot. Mr.
Otromba is an artist. He is pro
pared to carve picture frames and
all descriptions of ornamental
work out o native woods. He
will also give lessons. Seo Now
To-Day, pago 8.
nuniiAii roil iioxolulu.
U IBs-QiBB W
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Bi Assortment!
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on snort notice. Acents for the Molse-
Kllnkner Co., San Francisco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
NOTARY PUBLIC ant! TYPEWRITER
Offlce: 203 Morcbnut street, Camp
bell Uloek, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Hox 10.
Tersons wUlilng to obtain board nt
Mnkawno. Maul, can be fccoimuoriatod
at MILS. II. 11. IJAII.KY'S
Tonus, $10 porwook. flns-fim
If yon wanj a nico rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tol. 31'J,
aud wo guaranteo you will be
EDMUND H. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First V all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
Conveyancer ani Searcher of RecorJs.
oU'k Illock, Morel
door to Hawaiian Wine Co. tosj-tl
nmM . tt.nllfu Tllil Afnw.liu.it R '
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Konn, Oubii.
At W. C. Achl's ofllco, King stroot, noi
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
&2 -& OUT R,.TE3S!
SjC 'Ml 3-
1 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 we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co.
Fl"1 at American PaiaengerCoachei ever
Uullt In IlawHlInn Ialandi.
Work has begun at tho O. R. &
L. Co.'b curehopB on tho building
of ton passenger coachos of Amer
ican railway stylo. Foroman J.
A. Hughos has fifty men at work
in tho corshops. Those now cars
aro tho first of their kind to bo
built in tho Hawaiian Islnuds.
They will soat fifty pas
sengers each. Tho coaches
will bo fittod with doublo sashes
tbo upper half fixed, tho lower
slidincr. A rmBBoneor will bo ablo
to sproau mroseir in tno window
and tako easy observation of
ScBiiillct on Dry Dock,
Tho United States transport
Scandia will today bo plsco on
Hunter's point dry dock for a
thorough cleaning. According to
Contain Nat Mesaer, tho vossol's
boilors aro gono, and it will pro
bably bo Bomo timo boforo sho
ready for boivico again. In addi
tion to overhauling boilorB and
machinory, Captain MosBor says
he is going to have considerable
improvement mado in tho presont
limited accommodations for pas
sengers S F Chroniolo Deo 28.
Army N'uran Very Mw.
Mrs. Lora Hughes, nurse at tho
Array hospital, King street, is
very low and it is reported that
fibysicians consider her ciibo hopo
obs. Mrs. Hughes camo hero
in tho Contonnial has boon at
working at tho hospital Binco her
Tho Columbia Hale.
Judoo Torry has Bigned a de
orco ordoring tho salo of tho
steamer City of Colombia by
auction at tho upset prico of
S23,'1C5.C2, tho Balo to bo held by
the Marshal on Monday, January
16, at 12 noon.
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.
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