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THE EVENING BTJLLETI1S: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 18, 1899.
AGAINST HIIOAU IIOU.NTins.
London, January 9. At a crow
ded meeting of the Auti-Sngnr
JJounly Lenguo bold in Loailon
this evening a resolution was
adopted demanding Hint tho Brit
ish Governmout immediately con
oluJo a convention wirh Germany,
Auatrin, Hollnnd and Belgium to
abolish bounties and to guarantee
iroducers security in tho open
Jriti-di tnarkots ogaiust state-aid-cd
Lieutenant General John V.
Lautier, Conservative inomhor of
Parliament for Pembroke hor
ough, who roprPHonted Canada at
tho meeting, strongly advocated
countervailing duties. He point
ed out that Canada was also suf
faring from bounties given on
in(ii,i:vs i'iuiit I'ou i.iki:,
POWKU I1ICII1M) AOVINAtillO.
New York, January 10. A
special to the Sun from Washing
ton says: It developed at the
Cabinet moi ting todny that I'res
idcut AloKiuley is satisfied that
pome forejgn powfr is behind tho
defiant attitudo which Aguinnldo
has assumed toward tho United
States. There ha been more or
loss suspicion of that sort buich
Aguinnldo began to show open
coutompt for tho authority of this
Government, but apparently theie
was nothing definite on which the
Aduiiuixtratinu could bate its ide
tunt a strougcr powor was urging
the I'lIipinoH not to submit to tlu
demands of Gouernl Otis.
Washington, January 11. The
condition of Ueprcseutative Ding
ley this morning whs practically
unchanged. He is still extremely
"wrtnk, but tho fact that lie has beon
Able to hold his own in the pust
3kwo or thrjo days, without any
f. nnri'r( ('inhlf ahauue for the worse.
A' eivos rrround for oocourauement to
J . bis ph8iciHtiH and family.
Ne v York, Jan. 11. Tho trans
poit Mobile from Havana arrived
horo today to fit out for conveying
troops to Manila. Tho Mohawk
is also boiug prepared for tho
same purpose. Each will carry
about 1800 men. The names of
theeo transports will bo changed
before thoy leave port again, th.
Mobile to bo kuowu na the Slier
man and tho Mohawk ns the
WEWANTYODTO SEE THEM! 1
Eakin & Whitman.
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.
CORNER TOUT AND BERHTANIA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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189!) Cleveland Wheels on Aus
tralia. See them.
Arrived por S S Australia frozen
eastern oyster is camo. H. J.
Nolte, Beaver lunch room.
The PEEKLESS PHESEUV
ING PAINT will stop leaks, pro
sorvc your shingles nud stop metal
llev. John Usborno has calloil a
meeting of pnplo interested in
St. Clement's clinpol to take place
iu I lit- church 1 rulay evening.
Tho Thomas squaro band stand
will be illuminated this evening
by iicetj h'ue gas furnished by tho
Oceanic Gas ti Electric Company.
Mr. Taylor, late bookkeeper of
Spreckelsvillo plantation, has
been given tho same position with
the American Sugar Company,
The trnsteos of the QnnenV
hospitalwill hold their semi-annual
meeting at tho Chamber of Com
merce rooms tomorrow, Thursday,
at 10 a. in.
A private Ioltor pays Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Lansing, Mrs. J. S.
Martin and, in fact, about all of
tho visiting Hawaiian colony on
tho Coast, havo been sufferers
from the grip.
Tho SacliB Dry goods Co. are
offering table linens, napkins, pil
low casiuga, sheeting, bedsprond-t,
blankets, bleached and unbleach
ed muslins at retail, cheaper tliau
thoy are being sold at wholesale.
Mr. Haas, who was mentioned
in this paper soma timo ago as
being connected with a National
bank scheme, since, whou he has
again vitdted Honolulu, is now on
his way to AVnshington.
Mr. "William Savidoo has for
sale a valuable business property
on the east sido of Fortstioet,
near the head of Kukui street n
few doors nbovo the corner of Fort
and Uerctnnia streets. See ad.
under New Today.
An art studio has been opened
in Rodius 8 and 4, Lovo Handing,
by Mr. 0. E. Lo Munyon, who
has been until recently chief artit-t
for tho Great No-them ituiltuiul.
Ho makes the amateur his parti
cular protean nlrVritig him his
dork r torn and professional advico
tree ot cuargo.
Mr. Modi, the Gorman baker,
who has been in capacitated for
work for several months past ho
cansn of rheumatism, is slightly
improved, but will go to tho Main
Inn for two or three months for
the benefit a chango of climntn
may do him. Ho ex poets to loavo
on the Moana, on February 1st.
Thollnniwni has chnngod hands,
Mr. Harry Klemmo having taken
ovor the management of this favo
rite seaside resort. Everything
will now bo first class and tip to
date. Parties desirous of secur
ing comfortable quarters approxi
mate to the beach with its excel
lent bathing facilities cauuot se
lect a bettor location. Seo ad in
New Today column.
Obf rubber stamp works
IS NOW COMPLETIi.
BEST WORK. LOWEST PRICES.
Jli' j fji y
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
tm short notice. Acents for the Moise
KllnknerCo., San Francisco. Urass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hold Sis.
Telephone 680. iioo
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Porsnni wKliliiK to cbtnln bo.ird at
Miikiiuiio, Maul, ran be fccoinmorintcd
at MKS. II. 11. IIAII.KY'H
Tonus, $1(1 iMirweok. BSfl-Hni
If you want n nice rubber tiro
linck with a careful driver ring up
01 11b Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 31!),
and wo yuarantoo you will be
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Oltlce: 20S Merchant Htreut, Cnnii
bell lllock, rear of J. O. Curtur'a nllluo.
V. O. Ilox 194.
E)ItUXD JI. IIAKT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer ini Searcher ol KtcorJj.
Onieo riiipboll' Ulock, Mtircli.iiit St.
Nextdoor to IbwilUnWlne Co. ioss-tl
Fop AH '&
In ielecting Gifts
many points are to be ciTSidcred:
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,
Ulntrl't of Komi, Onliu.
At W. C. AcIiI'moIIIco, KIiik htrcot, near
Sictoria, F3. 0., Jan. 9- The
Htpauinbip Tncoma, which arrived
this aftornoon, brought nu inter.
eHting budget of Oriental advicos.
News bos beon received at Vladi
vobtock that tho expedition of the
Swedish Geological Society,
which, under Ilorr Standlinp, has
siuco April last beon searching
throuch tho wildti rjf Siberia for
the longlnst Swedish pxploror,
Ilerr Audroe, Iiuh met with dis
astor Eoniowlioro in the grcnt Lena
Kiver delta, away to tho north of
Irkutsk. Tim parly was last heard
from at tho, mouth of tho Lena
Ever siuco tho Kcauhou peoplo
roported having bentcn tho Nocau
into Ilnuamnulu by threo minutos,
the people of tho latter stonmor
have beon looking for an oppor
tunity to get a n.co with tho lveau
liou. The chanco comw yesterday.
Both steamers loft Hauamnulu at
1:15 p. ni. and wont out to sea
abreast, each enrrying a full cargo
of sugar. Tho Noeau forged nhead
and got into port early thiB morn
ing, about an hour boforo tho Kc
Iloliert W. Nhlnule llack.
llobert W-. Shingle, who was
Hawaiian Commissioner at tho
Omthn Exposition, arrived in tho
Australia. Mr. Shinglo has sovoral
things on hand and will remain
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters....
A LARGE STOCK AT
OUT IRTEJS !
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICK 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 and 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 reasona
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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