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THE T5VENINQ BULLETS: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 13, 18U9
; 'To-day's Honolulu Stock
Am Sug tCo.As
llaw'n Aitr. Co
llaw'n Sug Co
llnnnmtl Nil ftn
jlnnnkia S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
Onomea Su Co
Pacllic Su Mill
Pala Plant'n Co
Pepeekeo Su Co
Pioneer MM Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
ln(er-U S N Co.
llaw'n l.lec Co.
Mutual Tele Col,
3ao,ood 3 000
Joo,cocr J 000
a 50,0 a, a yi
g otJ jtyt
1, 500, 000 15,000
Anollier I'ltlillcMlntt n llnnoltilit
Xflinra by Mr, Ililatett.
IIuBtod's now Directory and
Hnndbook of Honolulu and th
Hawaiian IslandB has just beau
published. It is for salo by the
Hawaiian Nhwr Co., Honolulu,
while the titlo headquarters is 530
California street, San Francisco.
Tho book is well got up nnd
Hoems in evory way completo for
what it purports to be. It has a
good outfit of tuiips. ono for Houo
luiu beiUK corupilud by 0. J.
Willis of tho Government Survey.
F. M. Husted tho compilor was
nbly assisted in his work nnd in
handling tho business part of the
enterprise' by Mrs. Tomes, who is
woll and favorably known in Ho
nolulu I 0111 hor connection with
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
TO-DAY'S SESSION SAIXS.
$3000 Oahu II fiU Co, boni .
OIT to Mnlokal.
Prof. Ttieo. Richards nnd Rev
Hiram Bingham Jr. left for Molo
kai in tho Mnuna Loa this fore
noon. Tho two will viflit tho
chuiches on Molokai nnd will nlso
,oo u to the loper settlement.
I j r I 1899 MODELsTj
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iuiWE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM! 1
1 5i7po 1 Eakin & Whitman, m
H TV m - - - - 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 CO.,Ltd.
COltNKH FONT AND IIRKETANIA STKEETS.
Thero nro 120 through pnssoug
ors in tho Ilio do Jneeno.
J. P. Brown left for Molokni in
tho Mnuna Loa this forenoon.
Tho Bio do .Janeiro sails for
San Francisco at 8 o'ctock tonight.
Mail closes an hour earlier.
W E. Bivona ndvertisos nu ex
cellent eiylit room recideuce with
largo grounds for sale. Soe New
Cuptnin Glass of the U. S. S.
Philndflphtrk is a through pas
sengor in tho Rio do Janeiro ftom
Tho Miiiit-tor of fho Interior
hnB an important notice to cor
poratinns iu today's iesuo. 03
Joe Knimihau. clerk at the pu-
lico station, is bnck npain on duty.
His wifo is recovering from hor
Tho Alumni Association of the
Kainehnuifha bchool will meet in
their temtorary club housn this
evening nt 7:510 o'clock.
Tho crazy Ghiunman spoken of
in nnothcr column, wftB sent to tho
insane asylum just boforo the
Bulletin wont to priBs.
Tho Reorganized Ohureh of
Josus Christ publishes its services
for Sunday next in todays Church
Directory. U. W. Greono will
When tho China comes into
port, it is very likely that nobody
will bo allowed aboard hor, as gjjl
more are n numuer ot 1 ejected
Tho lwa brought a full cargo
from Oahu ports jostcrriny. olio
will not sail again until Monday
as she will havo a largo amount of
freight to take on.
A suitablo reward will bo paid
for tho return of n lost milch cow
brauded I. K. Communicate
with J. M Vivas. See Loat tol
umn iu this issue.
Thoro was uo niH(iiu! of tlio
0 uniiiiHsiuii rs of Public Iustruc-
1011 yesterday, tho absence of H
M. vou Holt and Charles Hopkius
provontiug a quorum.
Austin Titcheuor, formerly
freight clork, iB now purser of the
P. M. o. o. K10 do Janeiro in
placo of Mr. Frcemnu, now pur
sor of tho cjty of Poking.
Property holders on tho Kai
rauki tract nro now raising ob
jections to cnttle from neighbor
tog fields destroying the trees nud
grass plots they have started to
bonutify their residences.
The Quoen Dowagor Kapiolani
was to havo gone to Konn in the
Mnuna Loa this forenoon but sho
chnngod her mind nt the last
moment and decided to wait until
Among tho departmes for Maui
nnd Hawaii ports in tho steamer
Mnuna Loa this morning wore tho
Following: Mrs. J. S. 1'ennell, J.
M. Kftiifnkua, A. Enos nnd Geo.
A great combination of local
nnd imported talent will givo a
ursi cines, 01a lime minsiroi suow
at tho Orphcum tomorrow night.
It will bi n buow wall worth hbo
Tho Kilohnnn arrivod from Ha-
nnmnulu this morning with a
cargo of 8700 bags of sugar for H
Ilackfeld & Co. The James Ma-
koe was still weatherbound at Ha
iiitmaulu when tho Kilohnnn left.
Thero wero 30,000 lugs of sugar
left on Kauai yesterday afternoon.
Among some fino wator color
portraits of Mr. Ewing, nt tho Pa
cific Hardware Co's store, is n
lifoliko ono of tho Into S. N. Cas
tle. Alongside, contrasting with
tho venernblo features, is n laugh
ing likouoss of V. Goorgo Ash
ley 'b little son Kauwiln. A strik
ing picture iB tliut of a Haiuoan
boll in rich costume, n taltootd
chin decorating while detraotini;
fiom a face otherwieo of raro
Tho enso of Jim Kupiho for
atisauH and battery on McKnloy
enmo up in tho Police Court this
forenoon, and took up nbout tyo
hours' time. Attorney Thurstou
appeared for the defendant nnd
Attorney Henshall for tho proso
cation. Witnesses galoro woro
put on tho stand. In deoiding
tho case, Judgo Wilcox said tha,t
Kupiho had acted in self defouso.
A disohnrgo resulted.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
Cor. Fort and Merchant St
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Any style of machine or hand stamp maJe
on short notice. Agents for the Moise
Klinkner Co., San Francisco, limss and
Metal SIriis. Call and see samples. : : :
Persons wlftlilng to obtntn board at
Mnkawao, Miuil, can lie rceonimodatod
at M 1W. II. II. IIAILK 'S
TnrniMi $10 porwiiok. fiSS-flm
If ynu want a nieo rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 310,
and wo gunrnuteo you will be
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITEB
Olltcc: 20S Merchant street, Camp
bull Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
P. O. Ilox 104.
Notary Public and Typewriter
Coneyneer nl Sejfcher of Recordi.
Oillco Caiiiiiboll'M lllock. Morclmut St.
Next door to Hawalljn wine Co. ioss-tt
Aoknt to Take
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oahu.
At W. C. Aehl's ollko, KlitK stroot, noal
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
-s' s& OUT RATES !
I PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
For All S '&
In selecting Gifts
many points are tube 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
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.
C ome and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
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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