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THE EVENING BULLET!.: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY G, 1899. 6 IM
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War Department Preparing lo Connect
the Various lalamli
Naw York, Deo. 28 Colonel
Kimball of tho Quartermaster's
Department in tho Army building
bi8 received orders from tho "War
Department to secure at onco nn
iron ship of from 1000 to 1200
tons burden to lay cables to con
nect the islands of the Philip,
The department has already
ordered for this purpose 16G miles
of marine cable, weighing C25
7 tqnB. The cable is to bo coilfd in
.V nlfolntnn tnnkfl nf rliffurnnr linlrl-
Vjwh the vessel Tho cable-ship
v must accommodate on tbe forward
vW .vdck the "giving-out" maohinery,
Jwmhioh will weigh from fifteen to
vVtwonty tons, and accessories,
-c weighing from fivo to ten touB. In
tho after hold will bo fitted quar
ters for the crew of twenty men.
This spaco will bo used for coal
on the way out. Tbe ship will bo
kept on tho station as a cabin-skip,
qr can, if necessary, bo used as a
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
Chicago Prlet Applte anil It Admitted
To the Orilrr. ,
Chicago, December 29. Father
Walsh, a Catholio priest of this
city, has boen olectod a member of
local lodge of tho Knights of
Pythias. His application for
membership was mado in tho
UBUal manner, and being favor
ably passed upon by tho lodgo,
his election followod without ques
He admitted today that ho had
been elected n member of tho or
ganication, but that ho had not
been yet initiated, and until ttm
latter ceremony hod" taken place
he could not be considered in any
sense- a member or tno organiza
tion. Ho said that he would endeavor
to socuro tho approval of Arch
bishop Feebau of this city and of
Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul to
his membership in the order be
fore finally becoming a member.
J. Kail), bicycle- patrolman, has
bean 'assigned to duty on the
waterfront with' Harrv' Evans.'
J Jim Kupihe and Kahalelau.
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A first' cta?s business solicitor
is wanted. See W ANTS.
Wm. H. Marshall boB severed
bis connection with the Bulletin
Beautiful Hawaiian eilk flags
75 cents each. Golden Bute Ba
zaar. The Golden Rule Bazaar is sell
ing dolls drtBsed, from 15 cents to
25 conts. Hold byotuers VJo to 4U
Tho Hawaiian Hotol: Mr. and
Mrs. K. Inouye; George 8. Boeb ,
New York; K. v. Guides, Java; G.
Secretary Rodgers gives notice
that tho Berotania street school
will not reopen until Weduosday
morning Jan 11th. See New To
day. Tho Pilot Chart for January
Bove. "Frequent' sauafts in the
vicinity of the Philippine, islands
Hud occcasionnl squhllB in tlio vici
nity of tho Hawaiian islands may
S. A. Hutchison, assistant gen
"ral passenger geot of the Union
Pacitio Railway, paid a visit to
the Bulletin offico-this morning.
Tho presence of a high official of
this great old ovorland route is
significant 'of the 'attention Ha
waiian business is mow receiving
from tho largo transportation con
cerns of the mainland.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
WEWANTYODTO 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.,Ltd.
COBNER FOKT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!'
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
THE TURW U.1GUT.
Any style of,machlne or hand stamp made
on short notice. Acents for the Moise-
KllnknerCo., San Francisco. Brass and
meiai signs, taii and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons winning to obtain board at
Maknwao, Maul, can be rccommodatod
at MRS. H. II. BAILEY'S
Terms, $10 porwook. fl55-flm
If you want a nice rubber tiro
hack with a enroful driver ring up
Club Stablo Huok Stnnd Tol. 319,
and vre guarantee yoa will be
N. FERNANDEZI I
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB ;
Office: 208 Merchant street. Camp-1
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carters offlce. ,
P. O. Box 194.
EDMUND H. HAHT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer nJ Sercnr of Records.
OITlco Campbell's Block. Morchant St.
Ntxldoorto HwallnWlneCo. iojj-II
Agent to Take
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oabu.
AtW. C. Achl'sofflco, King stroot, noar
HeiilU at TUomn 8iuar
, iMmt &vnlng.
Tho Oceanic jQaa -and Electric
Company rbvo a public exhibition
of Acetylene Qaa light last even
ing at tbo Thomas Square band
stand, which was brilliantly il
luminatod. It is to bo hoped that
this light or eomo other will be
continued thereby making Thornae.
Square as popular and attractive
at it was formerly. Tho light
created a great deal oE favorable
comment and it was particularly
remarked that the light burned
steadily and witu troeuom irora
smoke without the ubo of shadi-6
or globes. This installation will
also show tbe porfect adaptability
of this gas tor temporary
lighting for any occasion, in
doors or out. Tho company takes
pleasure in announcing tbat'after
this day owiog to -a special ar
rangement just cdnpumraatod, a
reduction of ten per cent can be
made on prices heretofore ohargrd
for generator aud calcium car
bides. This installation was put
in under the supervision of Mr. M
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 prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points' the rest
Holiday Prices on Bicycles !
Fop Sweethearts and Wives,
Si6ters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK Afi
i5 u OUT RATES!
I 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.
Malolou HI Lack.
The gasoline fishing schooner
Malolo is in port again. She
struck bad luck in her first attempt
at fishing, while off Molokai. A
small mullet net had boen cast
ovoi a reef where a large school of
mullet was seen. There would
have been a bio catch but for tbe
fact that tbreo largo turtles got
into the not and tore it very badly
lettine nearly all the' fish out.
One of tbe turtles weighnig in the
neighborhood of 350 pounds was
caught, brought to Honolulu and
sold and a few fish wore brought
in tanks. The next attempt will
bo made with a largo not and in
A sale of 00 shares of Oihu
paid up at $142 wrts reported.
Brewer Si Co. 8350 asked, Amer
ican Sugar paid up $115 asked,
Ewa S2G0 asked; Hawaiian Agri
cultural $390 bid, Hawaiian Sugar
$1G5 asked, Haiku Sugar. $255
asked, Kahuku $120 bid, ,Oahu
aBSoseable $90 bid, $95 asked,
aid up SH0 bid $145 asked, Oo-
ala $100 asked, Olowalu $120
bid, Pacific Sugar Mill $220 bid,
Paia S252J asked, Pepeokeo 177
bid, Waimanalo $170 asked, Wai
mea Mill 8120 bid, Wilder S. S.
$115 asked. Inter Island $140 bid,
Hawaiian Electric $197$ askod.
A FrlnniV HujjtfKtlon.
" I have long been troubled
with eczema. I was almost ready
to give up in despair when a friend
suggested Hood's Sarsaparilla. I
cladlv thank my friend for bis
suggestion, for I began takin
Hood's Sarsanarilla and today
am in bettor health thau for years."
S. A. Collin, Dover, Arkansas.
Hood's Pills euro all livor ills.
Mailed for 25o. by 0. 1. Hood &
Co., Lowoll, Mass.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
No. 10 FORT ST.
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