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THE EVENING BULLETI.: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 2G, 1899.
i.oiti) riiAiu.K'i ni:iti:sioni.
A letter from Shanghai, ro
coivod by the Coptic, contains tbo
following notes on Lord Chariot?
"Lord Obarlos Berenford tbo
great English Admiral who bns
boon in China, on an important
mission, goes home on tbo "Atne-rica-Maru"
about tlio 4th or Gth of
Februnry. Ho will bo io Hono
lulu while tbo steamer waits. He
wrb iu Honolulu some thirty
years ago und Iihb moit cbnitniug
recollections of tbo plucn and peo-
Ele. Ho ib doiirouB of payirjn,
is respects to Princess Kniutani.
Ho bns bcou iu Obiua sinco
Oatobtr 1 and is on n mission to
opou up China to the commercial
world. Ho has boon to every
placo wboro there ure English
peoplo and bas visited every dock
yard and every ship in these
Tbero will be a musical at the
homo of Minister and Mrs. H. E.
Cooper in Manoa valley tonight.
There will be busseo at tbo tram
wnys terminus, Punahou, to take
to the Cooper home, those people
who take the street care.
Cricket on Nnlurilny.
There will bo a cricket match
on tbo old parade grounds Satur
day afternoon, beginning at 1:30
o'clock. Tbo Honolulu Cricket
Club will chofio a to run to play
against the employes or. T. 11. JLm
vie.H & Co. Au excited contest is
expected Among the players on
the H. C. C i'h Mr. Anderson of
Scotland who up to the time of
ins leaving bomo a snort time ago,
was the csptain of tbeSilkirt team
tbnt won so uiauy victories from
tno clubs round about.
Police Court Natci.
There wore but fivo cases in the
Polico Court this forenoon. These
wore disposed of as follows:
Ah Kong, unlawful possession
or opium, $75 and costs. Luck
t" I long, same charge, caso nolle
proVd. iHoDij same charge, eon
touco suspended three months.
John Souza, truancy, Bentonco
suspended six months.
John Namaielua, assault and
battery on Puakinamu, sentence
suspended six months.
Thb Evening Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 75 cents a month.
1 M 1 WE WANT YOD TO SEE THEM! I
I HI I
I 7ao 1 Eakin & Whitman.
ftI I r w s
t)lU Wji - . TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES. W
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.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
CORKER FORT AND UKRKTANIA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Onlw nun HTCST wlini.1. Tlio
Judce Widemaun passed an
other comfoitablo night lust night.
The Garonne sails for Seattle
and Sound ports nt '2 o'clock Alou
The PEEULESS PRESERV
ING PAIM1 ib tbo bebt wnlor
proof paint made.
A live young man acquainted
with tho oity can get a position by
There was a large number of
United States army and navy men
iu the Coptic on their way to Sin
Tbo couvulescont hosDital ou
tbo slopes of Punchbowl is being
dismantled by ordor of Surgeou
Members of tbo Kamohnm"ba
Ludgo of Perfection, No 1, A & A
S It, meet this eveuiug nt 7:dU at
A. W. Seabury was made happy
today by finding his Durham cow
which wns lost about six months
ago, Tbo cow was found in Ku
liui VHlloy. ,
F. A. Healy who is connected
with tho San Francisco Cull, is a
through passeDgur in the Coptic.
Mr. Healy is the sou cf tbo com
inander of the "13enr."
Eight deserters from the plan
tation at Kohnln aro pasted at tho
police station. All aro believed
to bo in Honolulu. One was caught
oy tue police tuts morning.
Secretary W. M. Giffard calls
attention to tbo annual meeting of
Hawaiian Elect n'c Company at 2
p. m. January 31 in tho office of
W. G. Irwin & Co. Ltd. See
Tho stoamship Garonno loaves
for benttle at I p. m. January JO.
Through tickets over Great North
em or Northern Pacific to all
points iu the United Stairs.
Heiiry Watorhouse & Co., agents.
There was a badly scared native
boy at tho polico station this
morning. A linckraan took his
sou to Deputy Maruhal Hitchcock
to have him locked up tor dis-
obouieuco. Tno Deputy Marshal
called Lieut. Opunuiand told him
to take the young man down'into
the cell with a dead Chinaman.
Strange to say it took threo men
to get tho little boy downstairs.
Caitom llouis ChmnarB.
E. E. Miller, n young man who
has been hero for four or fivo
years, and who, at ono time, was
night watchmnn at tho Govern
ment building, has boon appoint
ed au Inspector of Customs to Gil
tho vacancy occasioned by tho ap
pointment of B. H. Wright to the
main ofllco as keeper of the boud
ed warebouso books. Mr. Miller
is a very highly respected young
man and one who, in whatever
position ho has beon plncod, has
nover failed to do his duty.
A fow days ago, M. J. Scnnlon
was appointed a Curtom House
Inspector to fill tho vacnuoy occa
sioned by tbo resignation of Cap
' Ulcycls Recovered.
It was eomo timo during Inst
November that Wm. H. Wright
had his bicycle, thou quite a new
one, stolen trotn mm. search
was made by the polico, but noth
ing could bo learned. On Tues
day, Detective Knapa found tho
wheel in a vory much nattered
condition, and had it identified by
Mr. Wright. The name of tbo
thief is not given out nt presont.
Further investigations will bo
Police Investigation t tit. Hotel.
There is trouble of some nature
nt tho Hawaiian hotel aud Chester
Doyle went up to investigate at
about npou. lor this reason, it ib
believed to bo in connection with
one or more of tho Jnpanese om
ployp. Dotoctivo Kaapa was soot
for but, not being at tbo police
station at tho timo, Mr, Doylo was
eont. No information as to tho
nature of tho troublo could bo ob
tained. i i m
They Will Wear Uniform!.
Tho Marshal, two Deputy Mar
shals and tho clerks in both tho
otlioes of tho Marshal and Deputy
Marshal will henceforth appear
in uniforms indicating thoir posi
tions. Tho60 are now being made.
The order is not n now but nn old
ono that it has boon decidod to
carry into effect.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
vH"MpMb ""ir! tTflB
Squash, 3c per Ib.
Cranberries, I5c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sis.
Telephone 68o. 1109
Any style of machine or hand Stamp made
nil llfirt tint I j-a Arranti! ftt tlia MnlfAa
KllnknerCo., San Francisco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persona u tailing to ubtnln bonnl nt
Mnkawno, Mnul,cnn e Bct'oiniuoiliUuil
nt MIIS. II. II. IIAIMVV'S
TormH, $10 porwnek. flr5-flin
If you wont a nice rubber tire
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stnblo Hack Stand Tel. 31'.),
and wo cuarauteo yon will be
NOTARY PUBLIC Ui TYPEWRITER1
Oillce: 20S Merchant Btreet, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's oillce.
P. O. Hox 104.
EDMUND H. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer nj Surchtf ol Rtcordi.
Onico Cnmplioll'H lllock, Morchant St.
Nxt door 10 Hiwalbn Wine Co. iojj-II
Aoknt to Take
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District ot Kona, Oahu.
At C. AcIiI'hoIIIcu, Kln streot, nonr
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
Holiday Prices on Bicycles! I
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
i OUT IRATEIS !
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have orv display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We knowwr prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
and Best '
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goodjjjvecairy, and
our time is yours. ''
Come and inspect our stock.
f.nrvlc riff nil mnrlml in rtliin
vw.v ... ,. muilUU IU IJI.WIJ H j
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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