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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 1C, 1899.
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A Washington despatch says
Iho logother with tho recommen
dation that Col. lloosovelt bo
brovoted a Brigadier Qeneral
codipb tho news tbat President I
MoKinloy has also determined to I
award Colonel T. H. Barber, com
manding the 1'irst JNew York,
who was sent to Honolulu during
tho war with tho samo rank.
Colonel Barber will bo promoted
to tho grado of brigadier-general
of volunteers. Tho Secretary of
War and tho President aro very
much nloased with his conduct At
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To Cnmimml the Nlmmrotk.
London, Jan. 5. Sir Thomas'
Lipton informs tho Associated ,
Pross that ho has finally signed
nereotneuta with Captains Archie i
Ilogartb, formerly of thelalode,
and Robert Wriuge, to command
tho American's cup challenger
Shamrock. Wringo succeeded i
Captain Sicamoro in command of ,
Irdaml I Not Going. I
St. Paul, Jan. 0. Archbiahop
Ireland tonight positively denied
tho London story that ho intends'
soon to visit Romo.
Tho Minstrel Company proved
a small bonanza for tho manago
mont on Saturday evoning. Tho
houao was packed, every inch of
availablo atanding or sitting room
beina occupied. The audience as
usual waa n, highly appreciative
ono, and did not stint tbeir ap
plauae when some humorous hit
caught on. Eddie Armand and
Jim Post as end men gave a go6d
account of themselves, and Miss
May Ashley as interlocutor not
onlyfilled tbe bill, but looked, if
possible, moro lovable than evor.
The Kawaihau Club rendered
aoroo charming uativo balads.
Other members of tho company
contributed tbeir quota, the whole
winding up with the laughable
farce "A Subject for Diaaection."
The crush at the tickot window
was very great, and a railing in
front might possibly tend to min
imizo tho discomfort of the in
(Jiillly of (iron Client.
Tho cane of H. P. Plunkett nnd
Dr. H. O. Soper, charged with
gross cheat, came up in tho Police
Court for trial this morning. Tbe
young men bad sentence suspend
ed for thirty days.
It 1 1899 MODELS. 1
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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.
COKNKR FOHT AND UEKCTANIA STKEICTS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
1899 Cleveland Wheels on Aus
tralia. See them.
If you want a tight roof use
tbe PEERLESS PllESEllVlXG
C. Bolte and A. Haneberg camo
from Maui on the steamer Maui
Geo. W. 0. Jones was about
town this morning after nn illness
of some days.
White girl wants position ns
housoworker. See WANT col
umn this issue.
Combined Chinese and Americ
an show at tho new Chinese tbeatre
Col. John Itichnrdsou of Wai
luku has received a license to
practice in all the courts of Ha
waii. The Claudino has been thor
oughly cleaned and will sail on
her regular route tomonow after
The Hawaiian ltelief Society
will hold their annual meeting at
10 a. tu. tomorrow at Mrs. S. C.
Chun Chen has a notico in to
day's Bulletin announcing that
ho has bought tbe crops, etc., of
Yong Choy at Waiehu, Maui.
William Roboits, formerly cbiof
engine er of the Hawaiian Electric
Co.'s works, returned in tho China
nfter an absence of about a year
Tho Fire CommieBtouers wore
beforo tbe Executive Council tin's
murning for consultation about
now apparatus. No action was
Minister Cooper u ill leave for
Maui tomorrow evening to look
after now schoolhoiiBe tnattors on
tbat island. He will return Sun
day morning. ,
At the close of the quarterly
niertiug of tho Y. M. C. A. this
evening, there will bo u "social
siug" by the members. Thoro will
bo enough song books on band.
J. J. Williams has favored tbe
Bulletin with a photograph of
Lord Charles Beresford replacing
tlio eagle over tbe eato of the
American location. It is a copy
of an old print.
Saturduy afternoon. Deputy
Marshal Chillingworth arrested
three of tlio biggest Cbinese paka
pio bankers in tho city nnd thus
put a stop for a while to tbe play '
ing of tbe game.
There was a report around town
early this afternoon thnt tho Por
tugueeo injured in tbo railroad
accident of this morning bed died.
There is no truth in this. Tho
pationt is doing very well.
Among the passengers in the
Kiuau from JIaui nud Hawaii
Sunday wore the following: Ales.
Younc and wile, J. G. Itotbwell,
Ohas. Creighton, Bev. S. L.
Desha, Samuel Parker, A. W.
Carter and W. P. Whitley.
A transformer, with a capacity
of 200 lights, is being placed on a
polo at tbo corner of Fort and
Merchant streets. It weighs
about 700 pounds and belongs to
tbo changes from the old to the
new plant of the Hawaiian Eleo
Tho Bulletin is indebted to
Manager Hoogs of 0;e Star for
running off tho latter part of its
Saturday's edition. A serious
break to tho Bulletin'h pross oc
curred when then the edition was
about half completed. Today's
iesuo is printed on tbo Gazette
company a presses.
For ono week beginning tomor
row night Honolulu theater goers
will have an opportunity to seo a
combined Chineso nud American
vaudevillo show at tho New Chin
eso theater, Ewa sido of Aula
lano. It will bo an innovation
tbat will bo enjoyed by old and
young of all nationalities.
Wanton 8. Webb, an active
newspaper writer representing a
syndicate of lending Eastern nous
papers, arrived by tbo China. Mr.
Webb seeks to obtain facts and
figures regarding tho products of
Hawaii and tbo genoral commer
cial situation. Ho will leavo for
tbo Philippines by tho Dorio of
Dr. Avordam, mnnagor Pacific
Guano and Fertilizer Co., has
made an analysis of Foil from an
elevation of about 1800 feet on
tho Lanai plantation. Ho reports
that it haB all tbo constituents for
cano growing and needs no fertil
izer. Tbo organization of the
plantation company ia in abey
ance until tho return of Paul
Neumann, attorney for tbo syndicate.
OirlPBBER STAUP WORKS
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICE'S.
Anv l t of rn.ii.hlne or hand stamp nuJe
on short notke. Ant for the Moie
KllnUner Gi Sin FrincKo. Brass and
Net.il Sirii-. C ill ,mJ vee sample. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Squashy 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort unci Hotel Sts.
Telephone 6So 1 109
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Oftlce: 20S Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Curter's otllce.
P. O. Box 191.
I'erxniu wMiltiu to litalii board at
Maknwao, Mntii, cm be t ii'niiiniod.Meii
at Mils. 11.11. HAILl'V
Terms, Jio perweok. BiS-lm
If you want n nice rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 31'J, '
and we uuainutee you will bo
EDM.TJXD U. llAUT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtjanctnni Surchtr of Ktcor.it
Ofllce CninplvlPs Jllock, Merrlmnt fct.
NVxtioorlo IliuailjnWint Co 105s II
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Kona, Oaliu.
At W. ('. Aclil'i nilloe. Klni; htrcct, ntar
Fop AH C
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
1 Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts mid Wives,
Sisters nnd Daughters
I POE STOCK VI
ii -i OUT RATES !
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I PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We hae on display the
largest nnJ greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturer's, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarise
you" with the'goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
C ome and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Holiister Drug Co.
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.