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THE EVENING BULLETIls: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 17, 1899.
PULLMAN'S TOWN NO MORE
Chicago, January 7.--Tho Chro
niolo says: Tbo dream of Qoorge
M. Pullman's lifo has been shat
tered. Tbo fenced-in model town
of Pullman ou tbo westoru shores
of Lako Calumet is to become a
free community. The- anomaly of
a city within n city is at an end.
Tho Pullman Palace Car Com
pany ncceptcd the decision of the
Supremo Court of Illinois and has
instructed their attorneys to close
tho suit. Tho terms of tho decree
oro now being prepared. A copy
will be sont to Attornoy General
Akin today or Monday and as
soon as it shall havobeon approv
ed by his attorneys in tho case of
tho "People of tho Stnto of Illi
nois vs. tho Pullman Company"
will appear beforo a jndgo of tho
Cook County Circuit Court and
BBk that tho decroo bo cntored
which will divorcb tho great cor
poration from overythinu savo tho
business for which it was incor
porated. Itov. S. L. Dosha returned to
Hilo in the Kintlu this forenoon.
Dtimtntlon of Knlj;lit to Institute
T.oilge of the Order at llllo,
Hilo waives objections to cen
tralization to recoivo tho blessings
of Pythian friendship and concord
from Honolulu. Tho ambitious
town will, ou tho arrival of the
steamor Kiiinu, welcome a largo
deputation of Knights of Pythias
from Honolulu, whose mission is
to plant the order theio. Thojo
composing the deputation that
sailed on that steamer this tnorn
ing nre: H. E. Wuity, tho Deputy
Suprome Chancellor; 0. K. Col
lins, Geo. h. Dall, J. A. Mehrten,
0. U. Gray, Q. H. Berroy, 0. J.
Whitehead, J. S. Walker, Clms.
H. Bollina, SiimM. Decker, H. K.
F. AVoiterand A. 13, Dosk.
SHOOTING MATCH AT '1 P M.
To .lulu C'omrtly CoiiiiHiny.
J. F. Post, tho comedian who
lias been so well received at the
Orplieum theater, left by the
Kiuau for Hilo this forenoon. He
goes to meet tho Jules Walters
Uo. which is expected in Hilo in
tho Garonne. The Jules Watters
company will presoat a repertoire
of farco comedies in Honolulu.
Two or threo performance may
ho given in Hilo.
I t I 1899 MODELS. I
I 11 1 e- I
I M 1 WE WANT YOD TO SEE THEM ! 1
I (hTpj j 5akin & Whitman. I
p y IV WZ - - - - triiiune 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.
BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.Ltd.
COHNKll KOIIT AND JIKKKTAXIA S.TKKKTS.
Kothwoll Gup V S Dodgo 41,
A 0 Wall 43, Gus lloso Bud 0 L
Crabho 42 each poesiblo CO.
Cabinet Trophy-W E AVall
80, F S DocIro 82, Dr A C Wall
70 Possible 100.
Association Silver Medal '2nd
class-OLCrabboil, C Everett
41 possible 50.
AVall Trophy l'1 S Dodge 84,
Dr A O Wall 83 possibU 100.
In the All Comers, not yot shot
ofT, J G Itothwell leads thus far
with 43, C W.ilcox and T P Cum-
1U1D8 each 42. I
O LCrnbbo leads in the Citi-1
zens' match with 23,Jas Mnhouey (
second with 22.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. A. McCandlees 1ms gone lo
1899 Cleveland Wheels on Aus
tralia. Seo them.
Mrs. Fnrnonux has returned to
her homo in Hilo.
H. S. Townaeud, Superintend
ent of Schools, left for Hilo this
The PEERLESS PllESEUV
1XG PAINT i Guaranteed to last
Tbo percentage of cases of in
sanity taken to tbo police station
last wook was about one a day.
J. F. Post will not sing at the
regimental Camp Firo this even
ing ou account of his trip to Hilo.
Tho threo men from the Fort
George, recently sentenced for de
serting Hhip, havo. worked out
their pentence and will bo sent
buck to work today.
Tbo onrjacemeut of Miss Rosa
Clark, u 6iter of Mrs. J. F. Bow
ler and Mrs. F. W. McC'besney,
and Captain uereor, tho popular
leader of tbo baud, is announced.
Tho work of cloariug ofT the
land for the plantation at Halawa,
is. progressing rapidly. Already
gaugs of men havo gotten far
along down on Dr. McGrew's
John Markham of Eleele, Kau
ai, who came to HoloIuIu a couple
of weeks ago to go to the Queen's
hospital, was discharged as cured
n few days since Ho returns to
his homo in the Kilohaua this
Beginning with tomorrow night
tho baud will give several moon
light concerts at Emma Square,
Thomas Square, the Hawaiiau
hotel and Makeo Island. The
engagement at the Cam) Firo to
night will keep the band from
giving a regular concert.
Hawaiian Ili-llrf fiorlrtj'.
At tho annual meeting of tho
Hawaiian Relief Socioty hold at
tho homo of Mrs. S. C. Al'eu this
morning, tho following officers
President Mrs. S. C. Alln.
Vico-preaidonts Mrs. James
Campbell and Mrs. Robtrt Liv
ers. Secretary--Mrs. Goo. C. Reek
ley. Troaeurer Mrs. J. F. Bowl or.
Directors Mrs F W Macfar
lane, Mrs Cunha, Miss Mclntyre,
Miss Peabody and Mrs Nawahi.
Tho funds of the society being
rather low attho present timo. it
was decided to giro n luau in tho
Mahi 2nd Alapaki, two native
lads, were arroBted yotterday by
Doputy Marshal Ohillingworth ou
tho charge of larceny. They are
tho boys who stole threo diamond
buttons, a diamond and a seal
ring from Harry Lewis
at tho Young homo, Wai
kiki, Sunday. Chillingworth
gathered all tho hoodlums of the
vicinity in a barn and, nfter two
hours' work, obtained a confession
from tho boj'B, who wont further
and stated that they wore tho ones
who outered tbo storo of T. II.
Davies & Co. not long ago.
Knltfhta of Pythlat' flutf.
Just boforo tho Kiuau sailed
this morning, tho flag of the
Knights of Pythias went up on tho
foremast. There was a moraontof
silouco and thou tho Knights
aboard applauded vociferously.
Tho flag attracted tho attention of
ovory ono on tho wharf. Tho in
signia of tho ordor is on tho yellow
band in tho ccntor. Tho blue
baud is tho firsthand tho red, third.
Minister Cooper to OIuul.
Minister of Public Instruction
H. E. Cooper, loft for Maui in tho
Kinnu this forenoon. Ho goes on
school business and, bosides look
ing over tbo construction of tho
now Bchool building at Haraakua
poko, will visit threo othor places
whoro it is proposed other school
houses shall bo erectod.
OorRUBBER STAMP WORKS
IS NOW COMPLBTl .
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
HH IB Jv
IaH H V
Squash, 3c pep lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort iintl Hotel Sts.
Teleplione 680. 1109
1 1 1 1
Arty stv!f)f ni.ii.hine or hand stamp made
on short notice. AnenU for the .Motse
Kllnkuer Co., S.m F. incl.io. Hrass and
Metal Sijcn. Oil I and ee sample. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ofllce: LOS Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, roar of J. O. Carter's ofHcc.
P. O. Hox 191.
rurvinx wishing to ibtnlii ljo.ird at
Mnknwno, Maul, can bo pccoinniodatecl
at MRS. 11.11. HAIIiKVS
Tortus. Jin imrwvpk. QAS-Ain
If you wrint n nico rubbpr tiro
hnck with n careful driver rini; up
Clnb Stable Hack Stand Tel. 010,
and wo jjuarauteo you will bo
EDMUND H. 1 1 ART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
C iiucyanctf ml Stjfthtr ol Htcorit.
Oflli-c CamplH)ll' Illock, Merehant St.
NmI Joor lo llallin Vln Co. lojj'tl
Acknowledgments to Instrument,
l)Istrl't of Kona, Oabu.
; At V. C. Arlil's oillco, Kln street, near
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
Fop Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters ami Daughters
l RGF STOCK M
s&Z i& OUT RATES !
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
In selecting Gifts
nuny 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 convincedyour
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 tiie 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.
G"K are ;i!l marked in plain
Holiister Drug Co,
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reason a
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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