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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUAKY 25, 1809.
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MAUI IltlLttAY SUITS.
E. M. Kanehiwn, administrator
of the estate of Naanno, files his
account with n petition for dis
charge. He charges bimaolf with
8510 and nekB to bo allowed SM3
Edwin Orastod, deputy sheriff
of Wniinen, luis roturnnd duly
Borved u writ of possession in tho
cftso of "V. Knudsen vs. Pnlea and
other?. Ho delivered certain pur
t , jLcnls of land to A. F. Knudrteij, one
'" of tbe heirs of plaintiff of record ,
..juid jjavo uotico of tho writ to nil
porsons rpsidiug on the lands.
As V. Knudsen had pnid thp
costs, tho officer did not execute a
This morning the Supreme
Court resumed hearing tho Maui
railway controversy. Tho first
case was concluded, whon tho
socood ono between the snmo pnr
ties camo on. It was submitted
Jiidgo Porry has granted the
petition to have tho stearaor City
of Columbia sold at auction with
out reserve, but ordering that tho
salo bi properly advertised in Pa
cific Coast papers as well as Honolulu.
Honolulu PtMiplu In 'I'rWo. i
J. W. Bi-rgBtrom and bride will
bo down in tho City of I'eking.
Tbey will raoko tboir home in
1) V. James, formerly of T. II.
Dnvieu it Co., Iibb bought into tho
Johnson Assaying Co. of San
Francisco, ono of tho largest
houses of the kind in tbo States.
Mrs Lnurn Wight has given up
housekeeping in San Francisco,
and has gono to tho Occidoutul
hotel to liv.
Mrs. Hoth and her family will
bo back in April or Mny. Thoy
bavu been staying in Oakland and
ill health has pursued thorn all
since tbey first arrived in tho
place. They profer tho warmth
of Hawaii to tho cold of Califor
nia. Harry Wilder is doing vory
well at ITeald'a Business College.
Ho Bonds his nloha to all his
friends bore and hopes that base
ball will boom.
Word comes from San Francis
co that tho samo man who design
ed and built tho yacht Gladys is
now nt work on another yacht to
bpi built on tho Bamo lines for
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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 I"ORT AND RERKTANIA STRKITTS.
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A German girl wants a position.
Mrs. Haskell of Minneapolis.
will return to her home in tbe
Tbo UULLETIN i8 indebted to
Cursor ILijdon of the Garouno
for news favors.
There are 137 soldiers left in
tho local military hospitals. Some
are sorious caso3.
W. E. Bivens has a paying
business for sale. Opening for
man with small capital.
Matters aro vory quiet at the
Police Station. Not au arrest has
beou made since last night.
Prof. Richards reports success
ful work among tho uufortunnlea
at tho leper Bt.ttiemcut, Molokai.
Thcio will bo a meeting of the
llamphameha Alumni Association
at tho usual placo on Friday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Col. Wliyte, nceut for tbo
Britisb-Americnu Steamship Co.
arrived iu the Garouno last ui'uht.
Hu is accompanied by his wife.
Tho front stenB of Kawaiahao
church aro boiug fixed auow It
is unucr-tood that iron railinus
aro soon to be placed on the steps.
The sale of certain pieces of
land at tho Polico Statiou nt 12
noon today was postponed one
weok according to a written re
quest to Marshal Brown from tho
Five bluejaokts wero postod
yesterday as deserters. Three
wore captured by tbo polico and
sent aboard, while tho other two
returnod of their own accord.
They had only been out on a good
Twolvo men nurses at tho Buenn
Vista mili'ary hospital have de
cided to give a social and dance in
Progress ball ou tbe nijilit of
February 21, the day beforo Wash
ington's birthday. A fine timo
wilt be arranged.
Complaint is inndo of n huao
dog that often commands the
sidewalk on Fort, above Viueyard
street, which frightous women and
children. Tho brute is especially
obtrusive when people aro carry
ing meat by him.
A prominent Honolulu business
man has on American meebnnical
patent which ho will sell outright
or form a combination with an
enorgotic man with an oye to busi
ness. This ib a splendid opportu
nity. Seo Now Today.
AT Till! UAILUOAD AVIIAIIF.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort find Hotel Sts.
Telephone 680. 1 109
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Aqents for the Moise
Klinkner Co., San Francisco. Brass and
.Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Ponton lshlnn to ubttiln board at
Mnkiiwao, Mnul, can le tccomnioilntod
HtMltS. 11.11. l!AIl,i:Vfc!
Tortus, $10 per woolc. Orr-flin
If you want a nico rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Haok Stand Tol. 31i),
and wo guarantoe you will be
A Nrr Sclirmn or Lniullng uml lilt
clmrirlnff. Goo. Donisou, general superin
tendent of the O. 11. & L. has
rigged up a device at the railroad
wharf that will prove vory handy
inthocasoof a rush in shipping,
as it has already done.
The other day H. Hackfold &
Co.'s shipping man aBkod the
people at tbo railroad wharf to
nnisu loading up tbo J. C.
Pflueger as it was nocossary for
her to get away for San Francisco
aB soon as possible. The reply
camo that it was impossible to do
this as thero wero already two
vo'roIb alongside the wharf.
Mr. Donisou came to tho rescue
and rigged up a couple of chutes
which he bad passed from tho
wharf out between tho maBtB of
Iho vessel noxt the wharf. Tbe
Piluegor then got alongside the
ship, the sugar was hoisted up
and then sent down on tho chutes
to her docks. Wbilo this was go
ing on, tbo other vessel, the St.
Kathorine, was discharging hor
cargo of coal.
No doubt this device will now
bo made permanent as it makes
possible, twice tho amount of
work that has been done at tho
railroad wharf iu tho patt. Tho
W. H. Dimond received sugar
there iu the same way yesterday.
While the bohema is not a now
ouo, this is its first adoption at
Mr. L. F. Prescott having se
cured tho sole agency for tho Bale
of tho Wheeler & Wilson sewing
machine, has opened those central
promisos on Fort, near Uotol
street, as a show and sale room'
An ampin supply of tho Company's
manufacture can be inspected, and
sold on tho installment plan or
routed. Kopairs also effected
Seo Ad in tho Bulletin's How
NOTARY PUBLIC M TYPEWRITES
Ofllce: 203 Merchant street, Camp
hell lllock. rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
P. O. Hox 191.
EDMUXD U. HAliT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Seifchcr of Records,
Ollko CiimtiboU'H lllock. Merchant St.
Next door to Kiwallan Wine Co. 1055-tl
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
Auknt to Take
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
Dlntrlrt of Knua, Oahu.
AtW. C. AcIiI'h ollko, KIiir Ktroct, nonr
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters mid Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
i$ i& OUT RATES!
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.
C ome 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
No. 10 FORT ST.