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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUA11Y IS), 1HU.
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TIKHtlll.i: l(llt WII.IOIAN.
(Jlvrn n I'nrdiitf llTrpllon nil I-ntliiir
Sluuglini, Jiinimry 0. The
inunicipnl Council, tlio Chamber
of Commnice and the American
nntl Ohinn As'ociation gavo a fare
well banquet In4 oveniug to Hour
Admiral Lotd Olmrlos Ueresford,
who lias been for somo timo in
Ohiun on a special mission from
tho Hritiah Association Oliiunberu
of Commerce lo intjiiiro us to the
opportunities for further develop
meat of British trndo intliiH coun
try (Hid ns to tlio security for in
vestments and undertaking al
Lord Ueroaford, in responding
to a toast to his health, said tlio
cosmopolitan character of his
hosts proved that his policy in
Ohina was unanimously approved
by the representatives of the great
nations linviim tho largest trade
intorcsts in China.
J Lord Ueresford nailed from
Shanghai today for Japan.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
l''llliliin Coiiiiiilltcn WhiiU IIUU tu
Hongkong, January' 10. Tho
Filipino commilteo 1ms broken oil
all relations with United Stales
Consul Oenoral Wildman. Tho
commilteo today issuod a writ in
tho Supreme Court to recover the
snm of S?;t7,000, which the Fili
pinoa claim was deposited with
Air. Wildman as treasurer of the
Filipino independence fund in
Tlij n.o ubers of the committeo
further allege, thit sensational dis
closures are probablo, showing,
they add, thaltho American Gov
ernment recognized the Filipinos
as belliuorouts by affording thorn
assistHnce in arms and moral in
iluoi" o to co-operato agaiubt
Spni , "thus indorsing tho agreu
ment mado with' Aguinaldo at
Singapore in April."
A. "V. Cartor and Geo. fl.
RoborUou left for Knunakakai in
the Maui yestorday.
Kfinnoralilpmi Mnntln Dltthc.
London, Jan. 11. The Eastern
Telegraph Company announced
today that press dispatches to
Manila are subject to censorship.
I j I 1899 MODELS.
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I M 1 WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM! I
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1 Mil 1 Eakin & Whitman.
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p: 11 IV - - - - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES. M
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 C0.,Ltd.
cohneu l'oirr and heuktania stkeets.
Tho Aztec is overduo from
18119 Cleveland Wheels on Aus
tralia. Seo them.
llomombor the concert of tho
Kamohameha Siihool girls to
W. E. llownll, Superintendent
of Public Works, returned in tho
There was no meeting of the
Board of Health yesterday, aud
will likely be none this week.
Roof piintcd with PEEULESS
PRESERVING PAINT will be
kept in oidor for threo years.
The band will give a concert on
tbo grounds of tho Hawaiian
hotel this evening. Our llono
lulu Queen will agaiu be given.
P. L. Weaver has taken out a
permit to erect a two story dwell
mg of wood at Ohamborlain aud
The Supremo Court this morn
ing heard argument of tho Saylor
vs. Star libel case. Mr. Dickey
sat as substitute Justice.
Jerome Wallace Romaino, who
hns practised law for ten yours in
Washington State, haB been ad
mitted to tho Hawaiian bar.
Chief Clerk John A. Hassinger
of the Intorior Uopartmont hn
boon laid aside a week by illness,
but is now slowly improving.
Georgo Mnuson has beeu ap
pointed, by tho Minister of tho
Interior, an Agent to Take
Acknowledgments for the Dis
trict of Koua, Onhti.
Tho Minister of the Intorior
hus instructed tho Road Bureau
to proceed with tho repairing of
Wnialao road. Tenders received
for making a now road aro null,
aud tho bidders havo received
their deposits back.
The Tacoma will not bo nblo to
got away until Sunday. It has
become necessary to tako out a lot
of hay and grain on account of tho
crowded condition of tho ship.
work on taking tbo horses and
mules aboard will begin to
morrow. Purser Piltz of tho Iwalani
ninkeB the followinc report: Ma-
una Loa will bring 8500 bags
sugar (5000 "Diamoud" H aud
3500 H A Co.) This will leave
behind, a total of 7750 bags. Tho
Kauai will loavo Lahaiua at 3 p m
today, bringing 3500 P M sugar.
Do you know a good thing when
you sro it? Do you understand
that n speedy going concern can
always find a market? Then call
on E O Hall & Son and inspect
their latest shipment of wheels,
real record beBters, niet rocoived
per S S Australia. Ramblor at
$50, Columbia, model -10, chain
modols, also Chninloas at $50, SoO,
S85. See adv. on pago 8.
Tho American and Chinese
combined show will giva another
performance tomorrow, Friday
evening, at the new Chinese
Theater. In addition to the
talent which appeared last Tues
day ovening, throe Chineso
acrobats will do a turn, giving n
marvellous exhibition of tumbling,
etc. As usual a Chineso drama
will bo included in the perform
ance. "PuaUnnii" Hula.
Chas. HopkiuB, tho young Ha
waiian composer, hns just received
from tbo States copies of the
"Paahnna" huln, ono of tho most
popular songs among the Hawni-
inns and has placed a nurabor of
theso with the Wall, Nichols Co.
Paahana was an Hawaiian girl
living in Waialua Having beon
reducod to poverty nud possessing
no home, sua was forced to tako to
tho mountains for shelter. There
she lived from long timo on wild
fruits nud the fishes and shrimps
she found in tho streams. During
this time, Paahana coropoaod the
liuln which now bears her uarno
nnd which tells of her lifo in tho
woods nnd hor final journoy back
OorEUBBEa STAMP WORKS
IS NOW COMPl ETI-.
BEST WORK, LOWES'l PRICES.
Squash, 3c pep lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
Anif ctt.lja r( m.tilii. ttnf.it .fimn i.iili
on short notice. Agents for the Moise-
Miiwiiero., a.in rmncisco. tirass ana
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 6So. nog
Persons wlftlitii); to obtain lmard nt
Mnktiwno, Mnul, can le Fccouimodatud
ntMRS. 11.11. HAK.KVS
Tonus, $10 porwnok. MS-flm
If you want a nice rubber tiro
hnck with a careful driver riug up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 3151,
aud wo guarantee yon will be
NOTARY PDBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
Onice: 203 Merchant stri-ei, Camt
lioll Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ullleu.
P. O. Hox 194.
EDIUUXD II. IIAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtjanctr mU Sfarctitr o( Records.
Offlco CampiM-lI'M Illoek, Morctinnt St.
Next Joor to lUwallanWlneCo. 10551!
AOHST TO Takk I
Acknowledgments to Instruments, '
District of Kotm, Onliu.
At V. C. Achl'sollleo, King stroot, near
For AH as
In selecting Gift
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen i
Second, the quality and prices i
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
Fal Sweethearts nd Wives,
Sisters nnd Dmigliters
A LARGE STOCK AT
s& s& 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
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
Hollisler Drug Co.
Muirlnif tlif Uvi'iilnif.
OharleB Valu Sturtovaut nnd
Mrs. Ida Atwnter will be married
nt tho homo of tho bridegroom,
Young street, thia oveuiug. ltev.
"W. A. Gnrdner will porform tho
ceremony, it boing his first oflico
of tho kind in Honolulu, li. T.
"Wiunnt will attend tho groom,
nnd Mies Lognu tho brido. Tho
wedding party ia to coum'st only
of rolntivoa nud tho most intimate
friends of tho contrncting parties.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
10 FORT ST.
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