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THE 'EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 9,
CIIANGK OP HUN1NKSS.
Purl. Itetlre. I'rom Dlnionil'. to
, Hlntt In Itn I3attr, i:tc.
Goo. H. Paris is going to retire
from the busiuesa of "W. W.
Dimond & Co., Ltd., but will re
tain Bomo financial Interest in the
company. He will make the
change ns soon as ho places largo
invoices of goods in the depart
ments of the business which have
been under his particular charge
It will probably bo about tho end
of this month.
Mr. Paris will open au o(Bco
for dealing in real stato and
-v.monoy lending. Ho has operated
considerably in real estate on tho
.koutsido lately, besides havinu
iprmeriy nau some experience oi
v 4c T10 'no n Brow'n8 towns in tho
scjf'otates. Mr. Paris believes that
Cy an ora of improvement has begun
c in both town and country proper-
ty, and does not know any roason
why he should not take an activo
part in the process of develop
ment. As yet ho has not souured
a placo of business.
Beautiful Hawaiian silk flags
75 conts each. Goldon lvulo Bazaar.
NEW PASTOR PIU3AOHKS.
0ri1nCr Deliver Two Htrmonn
UPfiire III New Clianre.
Itov. W. A. Garduor preached at
bnth services of the Christian
church yosterdny to largo congro
gations Ho inado a decidodly
good impression. His sermons
wore oirnost, simplo and address
ed to the heart.
At tho close of tho evening ser
vice Mr. Gardner gavo a friendly
talk to the peoplo of tho church.
Ho whs going lo see as many of
them as possible? during tbo week,
and should be glad to hoar all the
good things they had to say, but
nothing ovil, about anybody.
They ought to talk tho ohurch up
and not down. A church could
b talked to death tho samo as a
Mr. Gardnor 'said that wob tho
ti st time ho had preaohod in tho
evening for six months. Mis
physician would not allow him to
do so in San Franoisco, but this
gonial climato permitted tho em
bargo to bo romovod.
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
j I 1899 MODELS.
I I WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEN! I
I (FTil I Bakin & Whitman.
j Y" 11 - -2- - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES, p
We have on hand for a
few days, a large sto.ck of
We do not keep them, we
sell them; Pegin thQ
right by purchasing a new
iiano, and REMEMBER that
we will take your old pianos
as part payment.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd;
CORNER. FONT AND BEIIUTANIA STREETS.
Princo Cupid is now in Eailua.
Senator Northrup of Eohala is
Tbo Government schools start
ed in again today.
Prof. Yarndloy is out of tho
hospital after Bovoral days sovoro
Tho Tax Assessor has an im
portant notice today under Now
Today on 8th pngo.
The Garonno itli Hi second lot
of Minneapolis and Tacoma tour
ists is duo to leave Seattle Jan. 10.
IF tho China is nokdolayed, sho
will very probably make Honolu
lu late tomorrow afternoon or in
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
125 conts. Hold byoluers ib to 4U
Miss M. E. Killean notifies her
patrons in tho New Today column
that tho second drawing will taki
placo next Saturday evening the
Two soldiers stowediawny in tbo
S 0 Allen that arrived lioro Satur
day aftornoon. They aro now at
tbo Police station awaiting in
The Panoramic view of the City
of Botblehem at St. Louis College,
was again largely attended Sun
day evening. At tuat time, tuo
entertainment was free.
Tho Greenwich timo whistlo
went off ono minuto ahead of timo
today. This was an unusual mis
take and Bcyifaring man need not
Tho military h spital at Indo
Dendenco park is no more. Con
valescents and all materials and
stores bavo been moved to the
healthior locality at Buona Vista,
Edward L. Clark has accepted
tho position of advertising solici
tor for tho Bulletin Publishing
Co. Ho is authorized to mako
contracts and has general charge
of tbo advertising.
Thero wns a firo in tho ChinoBo
quarter's back of Dr. Slogget's
house, liorotaum street, shortly be
fore 10 o clock Sunday morning.
Tho flames wero extinguished be
foro the engines got to tho place.
The Orpheum 'Theatre will
open for one night only on Satur
day ovoning next. The bill pro
vided will bo a good ono compris
ing not only tho regular Orphoum
Company but an amateur Minis
trel entertainmont. Local talent
will show in groat force and tho
patrons of this popular house
may confidently, anticipate pass
ing a humorous and enjoyablo
Grand Army Ofllcen.
Tho now officers of Goo W Do
Long Post, GAR, aro as fol
low: PO-LL Lapierro, P P 0.
S V 0 Geo W do la Vergne, P
J V 0-John N Wright, P P 0.
Quartermastor J L Eaton.
Chaplain R J Greene, P P 0.
Ofiicors of tho Day J D Conn.
Surgoon S McKeaguo, P P 0.
Officer of tho Guard E A
Guard Fred Sherman.
Adjutant J T Copoland.
Sergeant Major M Martinez.
Quartermaster Sergeant Wm
Tho mustering officor was John
N Wright, P P 0.
Following aro tho now officors
of Polynesian Encampraont, I
0 P-F W Wood.
H P O Soronson.
S W C H Sawyor.
J W-0 Wagner.
Scribo L L Lapierro.
Treasuror J D McVeigh.
Trustees W 0 Parke, J J Lock
er and 0 Wagner.
Pacific Lodge of Rebekah, I 0
O F, will have installation Thurs
day ovoning, followed by a ban
quet and dance.
)h nmiun iu
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK. I OVVEST PRICES.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stt.
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Agents for the Aolse
Kllnkner Co., San Francisco. Brass and
Met.il SIriis. Oill and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Mnknuno, iMnul, can lie (ccominouatou
at MK3. H. II. HAILirx'H
Terms, glO tiorunek. fl.rr-flm
If you want n Mire rubber tire
hack witl m ca'"fui driver ring up
Club Stable Hank Stand Tel. 31!),
and we uunrnntpi' yon will be
In selecting Gifts
many.points are to be considered:
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Onice: IMS Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
P. O. Box 194.
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtyanetr and Sf rchr of Records,
Oflloa Catnnuoll'N Hlock. Morclmnt St.
Nut door to Hawaiian Wine Co. iojj-II
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District ofKona, Oalm.
At W. C. Aclil's olllco, King strcot, near
Hawaiian W AV Goodalo, Wai
alua, 0: Albert Wbyto, Vanoou-
vor, BO; W B Hopkins, San
Francisco: J F O'Noil, St Louis:
E Tappan Tannatt and family,
Waianae; P U Wilson, .Now Or
leans: Goo F Eonton, Ewa.
Arlington---0 W Baldwin, Hai
ku. M: Walter o Milnor add who,
City; 0 B Hofgaard, Wairaoa, K;
JJr T T L'rencu, juaKaweii, iv:
Rov E Maynard; A T Hagon
knmp, Kabului, M; G A Hanson,
Holiday Prices on Bicycles! I
For Sweetliearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters......
A LARGE STOCK AT
1 lfez i! OtTT RATES !
PEABSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565
Hrstofall,vhere is the largest
andlbest display to be seen ?
Second, tlie quality and iprices ?
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-nnd 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 reason
B. W. JORDAN'S,
No.' 10 FORT ST.