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THE EVENING BULLETS: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 14, 1899.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
,AU!IIO led ISSU J
C. Urecr& Crefi,oo),ooo
Ewa I'lant'n Cn a.ajo.txwao,
Mamnil'lanCo i?,ono i,
llaw'n Art. l. soo.oou j,
Maw'n Sue Co i.oui.cooro,
Ilonoifltl u d) jou,xr
L lfonokaa S Co' 1,000,000
' Haiku SueatCo' 500,00c
Kaliukul'l nCo' 500,0m
Kuloa SuearCn ino.ux
Klrlliulu SuCo1 160.000'
Oaliu Aises'b'e 600,000' 6,
Oaliu S (n'J up)1 1,800,00018
unomea mj l t,
Ulowalu Com y
Pacific Su Mill
Pepeek.n Sll Co
Walluku Su Cn
WHJer S S Co
Intefls S N Co
Maw n l.lec Co.
-H -. Mutual Tele Co
' " " p'J up
n,l..i liv.6 I 1..
. V WM..W , . u WW
w1 i BohJu
I'alJ Up "-i""
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oco ,ouo,oooa5jji a6o
750 1? 5,000!
000 500,000 yyy 410
000 i.4oo,oool 167U
o.oool 1,000,000 too
$,000 500,000. 935
000 1, 800,00c 151
300,000 lo.oouj i,ooo,orn
500,000' 5,000 5oo,ix 95, 98
Mo.oou I,5uoj IJo.toc A
5V,ooo 3,coo 500.00 825
750,000 7,$ooj 750,00c 950
750.000 T.$ool 750,00c
r,l2J,ouotI,a;o! 1,135,00c 270
700,000! 7,000! 700,000
as,oooj 9,530! ajj.ocxi i&o
U5,crx; i,25o ta5.oc: laaji
955,OUO' 9,55o 335,iOC:
500,000 5,00a 500,000
500,00a 5OOo 500,000 140
950,000 9,2501 325,000 t)5
9JOUI 9,oCa 90,000
150,00t 13,900) t)4,bOQ
)l,ooi 310 Jt.ooo
conoukssman dincjlkv ill,.
8j Pacific Sugir Mill
5 Hawaiian Sucar Co.
Pliyalclnna Nuy There la I.lttli) Hope of
Washington, Jnmmry G. Tho
conilitinn of Representative Nel
son Dingley o Maine who hns
boon ill with pnouinonia for al
most n week, Iiab uudorgone n
marked chnngo for tho worse uud
tonight hit) physicians hold out
littlu if any hope of recovery.
Much of tho diiy tho pationt
wns delirious, aud nppenrod to ho
uttering extracts from speeches he
hnd made ou tho tariff question in
tho Houso of Representatives. lie
was couscious only whon aroused.
Tho pbysicihiiB say there must be
a radical chango one way or the
other vory soon.
Tnriiedo Ilonl Il"vii.
Seattle (Wash.), Jan. C The
United States torpedo boat Rowau
pnssed hor official tri'tl trip this
afternoon by runuiDg for two
hour nud twonty miuutes nt a
speed of m jre than 74 kuots un
hour. Ilio run was made through
a snowstorm and over a straight
way couren on Puget Sound. This
wns the Rowan's socond official
trial. On tho former trial a slight
accident soul her back into port.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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I u 1 WE WANT Y01I TO SEE THEM! I
1 fl I - I
I rtTTnoo I Bakin & Whitman. 1
I Mr Is P
W V 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 COM
C0UXI3R FORT AND HKRETANIA. STREETS.
Dr. F. It. Doy und Mrs. Day re
turned in the Gliinn.
Tho Iolatii College will roopen
Monday tho 10th iust.
A lady seeks board and room in
privato family. Seo WnnU.
Tho Alakea Houso in for sale.
Seo WANTS in today's Bulletin.
0. A. Brown is homo ngnin
from a long absence in the Slates.
"Every inch a man" is the titlo
of the Tho KnBh now poom. Read,
go and buy.
Judge- Petorsou took tbo placo
of Judge Wilcox in tho District
Court this 'morning.
Tho call for tho sppcinl seunto
rial election appears in tlii issue
on tho 8th )i(,'o.
Geo. E. FnircbiUl of Oakland
arrived in the China, on n visit to
bis son tho umuacer of tho Ma
koo Sugar Co. at Kealiu, Kauni.
Theie was no meeting of the
Ktmehamebn Alumni Association
lust niplit. Most of the hoys were
in atloudnncent t!in bus'obnll meet
iug in tho drill shed.
Lieut. Hanuuin, U. S. N., who
has befu attnehed to more than
ouo ship visiting Honolulu, is a
through passenger in the China.
Ho is bound for Manila.
Mr. nud Mrs. Lovokin, whoso
nauiosarein tboOhiint'H passenger
list, come on ft visit of fivo mouths
to Dr. and Mrs 0. li. Wood. Mrs.
Lovekin is a sislor of Mrs. Wood.
Coptiin Grilliths of the bark
S. G. Wilder writing to friends
hhjs that Ih'b son, who was very ill
in Honc-lulu, hnd arrived home
feeling mueh better thnn wbon he
snilpil. Mrs. Grilliths scnd-i a
thousand thanks totlxst) who hnd
hoeu kind to hor sou.
IS NOW COUPLETG.
BBST WOKK, LOWEST PRICES.
Squash, 3c pei lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Acents for the Moise
Kllnkner Co., San Pranclsco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort unci Hotel Sts.
Persons wIMiliig to obtain iHiard nt
Mnkiuvno, Mnul, can le vcconimodntod
nt MRS. II. II. 11AILEVS
Toriiii, $10 jHirwook. flTtH-nm
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Olllce: 20S Mcrchnnt street, Cnmp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Box 104.
EDMUND H. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer ani Searcher of RecorJs.
Olllco CnniplKjll'H Illork, Morclmnt St.
Next door lo Hawaiian Wine Co. 1055-11
If yon want n nico rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 31!),
aud wo guatnnteo you will be
For AH S2 3 m
In selecting Gifls '
many points are to be considered: '"
First of all, where is the largest . ,
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Konn, O11I111.
At W. C. Achl'M olllco, King Mroot, nonr
Collier Xer" lii him lrnncl.cn.
Tlie United SUtts cnllior Nero
arrived in port Inst night, thirty
sevon days from Maniln, eays tho
Ohtonicle of Jnu. G. She cucoun
tcred all kinds of weather, aud the
company on board now know nil
about both mnnsoousnnd typhoons,
for the Nero encountered both.
The Nero brought .-vitli her forty
of tho m u that helped Dewoy on
tlm Olymniii when he made bin
MnytUy proofssion which proved
so fnlnl to thn Spnuish armada
Btntio'uod in Manila bvy. The
Neio huB proved hurnulf 11 gpjd
seaboat, aDd in suite of the numer
ous forms of Neptuuo's nllnckn on
hor she arrived in port without a
hinulo nceident. She anchored
last night rff Angel ishu d. and j
this morniug will proco'd to Maid
Holiday Prices on Bicycles !
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters anil Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
i& i$ OUT RATES !
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
wc 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
Hollisler Drug Co.
Slilpiilnir at Fore I an PorU.
Arrivals iu Sun Francisco
Deo 31, bktuo S G Wilder, from
Honolulu; Jan 3, bk Albort and
schr Robert Lowers, from Hono
lulu. Tacoma-Jau 2, ship Occident
al, from Honolulu.
Eureka Jnu ,4, bk Carrizal,
Departures from Sbu Francisco
Deo 29, bk Santiago for Hilo;
Deo 3(, schi: Mary Dodgo, for
Haun; Dec 31, bk Martha Davis,
for Honolulu; Jnn 2, ship Falls of
Clyde, for Honolulu.
Clallam Ray Deo 30, ship Stir
of Russia, for Honolulu.
Holy lioad Deo 30, bkH Hack
fold for Honolulu.
Eureka Jon 4, schr Otillie
Fiord, for Hilo: schr Jcssio
Minor, for Honolulu.
Gitlftu Bueua Dec 21, bk Gold
en Gate, for Honolulu.
UuHrtcily Neelllur, Y. .11, 1'. A.
MM.rt nnvf minrff.tli nmnflnrr nf
tho Y. M C. A. will be hold Mou-
day cvouiug at 7:30 o'clock. Two
minute reports from tho Davotion-
al, . Educational, nud Physical
Committees, tho treasurer nnd
Board of Directors will bo rend.
A short musical program will be
civcu, this iileludiug a soug by
Prof. F. N. Jacobs, aud a mando
lin solo by Mr. W. A. Eamo3.
Mr. Win, A. Gardner will givo
tho address of tho evening. Sub
ject: "Christianity, a business on
toi prise." Aftor the piograin a
social timo to givo old members a
chanco to moot now ones. Tho
members are invited to bring their
Subscribers to tbo BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
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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