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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 21, 1899.
-'zw&!"'m'Jh-$& ' 'Hf"l,Ti
tiro. llrOwn, Mrmlier ortliit Knirlnora,
Georgo Brown, a member of Co.
L oE tbc EngiuoerB, is ported ns n
desertor. .Ho is a tnnn about
twenty-two yenrs of ao, has n
clean shaven face and n peculiar
twitch to his mouth. The de
scription states that ho cannot
look a person in tho faco.
Brown was in the puard house
for assaulting an officer. He
mado his cscapo and, it is said,
married a Hawaiian woman. This,
of course, bound tho relatives nud
friends of the woman to the man
and, it is believed, they nro keep
ing him in hiding.
Several military patrolmen may
bo soon at any dopnrtinc boat
"" knnninn a nlinrn ln.ik nut in nnun
Brown might succeed in getting
Brown deserted on tbo 3d iust.
and was posted at tho police
station a couplo of woeks later.
A toward is offored for his cap
ture. Should ho bo apprehended
Brown stands a good chance of a
long servico at Alcatraz Island.
Cricket this afternoon.
Y. M. C. A. NOTCH.
An Urgrnt Call for Hook, nml
Tho Y. M. C. A. Koview will be
out this afternoon or Monday at
the latest. This month's issue
bontains tho roports for tho year,
the committees and tho treasurer.
Four pages ato given up to thf
poetical, religious and biographic
al works iu tho Y. M. 0. A. lib
The Koview also contains an ar
tide" on tbo scarcity of reading
matter among the soldiers iu the
Philippines, taken from "Men."
Secrotury Coleman bopes that
anyono having old magazines or
books of a suitable nature, will
send them in to tho Y. M. 0. A.
Hon ill see that they roach the
soldiers in tho i'lulippinos.
Mi. Lougeo of tho Internation
al Committeo of the Y. M. 0 A
writes that ho may pay tho islands
a visit in tho noar futuro. Ho is
desirous of looking into tho work
horo. Mr. Coleman has written
him on behalf of tho officers of tho
Association and asked him to bo a
guest of tbo Y. M. 0. A. during
his visit An answer is expected
I t I 1899 MODELS. J
I ii 3 s $ I'
I 8 WE WANT YOD TO SEE THEM! 1
I $7(U2 S Eakin & Whitman, j
2s Y" 1 " " " " TR,BUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES. 1
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;
BMGSTROffl MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
consult foht and nuuiTTANiA STiinnrs.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
W. F. Wilson is at tho Queen's
, Golf on tho Puuahou links this
1899 Cleveland Wheels on Aus
tralia. See them.
Band concert at Emma squnro
this afternoon and at Makoe. Isl
Second. hud nntiounl cabinet
cash register in good order. For
Salo column this issue.
Thro was a very good turnout
of tho Second Uattahon of the N.
G. H. last evening. The men
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Cooper
will entertain frionds at a recital
by tho Amntour orchestra at Puu-
pueo next Thursday evening.
In publishing tho band concert
program in another column tho
seventh number, "Nightingaloaud
frogs" by Eilenberg, was omittod.
E. A. Millor will spoik at the
afternoon meeting in the Y. M. 0
A. tomorrow. Subject: "Heaven."
Tho evaupclistio biblo class moots
at 5 o'clock.
Tho second edition of tho Onlj
"Hawaiian Scenic Calondar" is
now on sale at tho Goldon Rule
Bazaar, ready for mailinu, 25 cents
each. Send in ordor oarly.
Geo. McCarthy, manager of
Honouliuli ranch, was robbod of
S18i in paper and coin while
away from the house for a short
timo yesterday. Tbo money was
in a trunk. Police officers have
gone down to investigate.
Tho Hawaiian ship Star of Rus
sia, Hatfield master, arrived in
port this forenoon with 2774 tons
of coal tor tno Inter-lsland Uo
Sbo sailed from Tacoma Decembor
23 and from Callum Bay, Decem
ber 31, arriving at 10:35 a m.
ANOTllEK UKUKKAH LOI)UIC
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Squashy 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 6So. 1 109
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Acents for the Aolse
Kllnkner Co., San Francisco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Gill and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain hoard at
Makiuvdo, Miuil, can he fecommodatod
ntMILS. II. II. IIAILKY'S
Tonns, ?10 poruook. ftfiS-flm
If you want a nico rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 31JI,
and wo guaranteo yon will be
InfUtatril Lit Nlirht With Name of
Tbo secondBebokah (oil go degree
called Olive Branch, of tbo I. 0.
O. F., was instituted last night.
H. H. Williams, tho retiring Dis
trict Dopnty Grand Siro, officiated
in company ot ins succossor in
that office, W. O. Parke. Officore,
who required to bo obartor mem
bers, were installed for tompor
ary!eervice as follows:
Mrs. C. Riley Noble Grand.
Mrs. Alice Horrick Vice
James Bicknell Seoretary.
Charles S. Crane Treasurer.
J. Lando Warden.
Mrs. F. MoLean Conductor.
0. F. Herrick Inside Guard.
At tho next semi-monthly meet
ing, tho first Friday ovening of
Fobruary, an oloction and instal
lation of officers for the regular
term will be held. Twonty-one
applications, including thoso by
card, wero received for member
ship last night.
Olivo Branch meets at Harmony
hall, King street.
Bench Party at Walklkl.
Miss Emily Halstead gavo a
beach party to twenty-five or so
of her friondB at Wright's Villa,
Wnikiki, last night. Tho affair
was a thoroughly enjoyable ono.
After sitting around on tho beach
in the moonlight, tho young peoplo
went into tho lauai of tho villa for
Mnttrffy In Urn Hunk.
Cnptniu .1 W. I'ratt has told 11 mighty
niilitaiy btnry th.it ramo to him bomtv
how trout thu ng uuiipnf thu Uuittd
fatnti'H voluiitu rs tit h.111 l-'riuiLihco An
infantryman luul (Acratultl hix llbirty
Detection mi'Unt 11 lino unit purliapx
bimiu iiiiprihoinni'ut, with tho must din
ngrui'iihlu bort of polito duty. Thu in
fimtiy chap was a kwiIuh. Ho pinned
btnpsof whito paper down thu legs of
his troubcru. Thiu ho mudo olllwr's
shouldur btnips out of huiiuua alvlns.
Tlii'ii ho boldly walUcd right through
tho lino, wiswcred "ollicor" mid iilcujiI
od tho night honor ot thu fccntry. Pa
cilio Cuunuurciul AdvnrtUor.
Cubau Stoiqullor. ami Orabi.
Ono boldiur taid rticeutly: "Spvakiug
of mn&quitoi's, they're u good deal worse
in America than iu Cuba. Cub.ui nioa
qultocH nro u puny lot alongsldoof thono
from Jersoy. Tho worst pest In Cuba is
tho laud crabs. Thoy como up and hturt
to nibulo your ear whilo you'ro usloop,
and thoy'ruworho thiovestbon tbocnuip
followers. I tav 0110 dragging off three
rations of Uicou ono day. Ho didn't got
far." New York Sun.
NOTARY PUBLIC mi TYPEWR1TEB
Ofnce: 208 Merchant street, Camp
hell Block,, rear of J. O. Curtor'soiUco.
P. O. llox 104.
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyinctr nJ Surchef of RtcotJ,.
Onlco Cnmiilioll'a lllock, Morchant St.
Nxt door to Hwlln Wine Co. iojj-H
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the larpest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
AOKNT TO TXKK
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oahu.
At W. C. Achi's ollleii, King street, noar
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts und Wives,
Sisters und Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
- ao OUT IR.A.TES!
I 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
Hollister Drug Co.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
We have a Large
Assortment of this1
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.