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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 27,, 181)9.
All the t'lilnrto Limited,
Yesterday thero was on exatni
nation into tho case of tbe return
ed Ohineso in tbe Coptic ou the
decks of that vessel. Tho usual
people wore present. After a
preliminary examination tbo
Japanese and Obinese wero nil
Bent to quarantine together, tbe
lattor to await further investiga
tion. Heretofore, tbe Chinese examin
ed by Josbua K. Brown and
"fouud wanting," have been sent
riht on to Snn Frnuciso by tbe
Hnmo steamer in which they camo.
Tim eoma to hnvo been changed
and arraugtnonta have been made
bo that any Obinese rejected while
in quarantine may bo sont back
to China on another stenmer.
PanclibfMvl lloipltnl Dotrrteil.
There are now only three sold
iers left at the hospital on tbo
slopo of Punchbowl and these
""- aro simply tbore on duty. All the
.beds and hospital furnishing have
j Ijoon stored in tho barrucks. All
v Jfuo men who left had recovered
Jnn(l nro now Rblo to be nbout. The
A HDD aimoBpuern on iuncuuowi
cortninly proved a boon for mauy
a poor soldier.
The Upolu, that arrived hero
Wortuosdny nfteruoon from Ha
waii, reports a wreck off Kapaau
on tho Eobala const. This was
seen firet by natives out fishing
Tuesday. Tho wreck was a three
masted schooner that had turned
completely over and was almost
submerged. A native swam out m.d
dived down. Finding a dead body
he camo up very much frightened
and would not venture near again.
No other natives would under
time tho work Whnn the Upolu
left tbo polico authorities bad
takon bold of tua matter and wero
investigating. It was thought that
tbo Htoamer Maui would be de
tained to assist in tho work.
Tho identity of tho vessel had
not been learned when tho Upolu
Eight Ohinamon, laborers on
Eabuku plantation convicted for
rioting, wore brought over tho
pali this foronoon by Kahuku
police officers. They wero taken
first to tho police station and then
nut to Oabu Jail to work out their
luIVE WANT YOD TO SEE THEM! I
Id'Aool Eakin & Whitman. 8
1 Mr I 1
m ' IP " " " " TR,BUNE 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.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
conNEit fort and beretania stkeets.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Only oue BEST wheel. Tho
Judgo Widemann's condition
whh uuchnnged this moruing.
Mrs. Ounn's ovooing dnucing
school meets in tbo utmtil placi
PAINT contain no oil or other
"Tho Signs of tho Tinioj" is
tboySnndny topie for tho Reorgan
ized church of JesuB Christ.
A reward is offered for tbo re
turn of a p duter dog. See "Lost"
under " Wants" on tho eighth
Mrs. Irene Brown gave a house-
warming in her new home on the
groundi of Rev. 0. M. Hyde last
Gaspnr Silva Jr. has taken out
a pcitnit to erect a ono story
dwelling on tho Waikiki side of
Fort, mauka of Vineyard street.
Thero wero sorao good gamoa of
basket ball in tbo Y. M. 0. A.
uymunsiura last evening. Mr.
Brock intends to keep up the good
Nothing ban been heard at tho
ExotiutivH building as yot from
the President and Attornoy Gou
eral in their pilgrimage round this
H. L. Kerr has takon out a
building permit for Bruco Waring
it Co. 'a brick block in front of tho
Orpbeum mentioned in this paper
tbe otbor day.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries. 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 680. nog
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Agents for the Molbe
KllnknerCo., San Francisco. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persona u tailing to obtain board at
Makiuvno, Mmil, can be rccommoilntod
at MHS. II. II. IIAILKVS
Tonus, $10 twruook. OVi-flm
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB
Ofllcc: 03 Merchant street, Camp
bell Mock, rear of J. O. Carter's olllco.
P. O. Tlox 101.
EDMUND II. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer nJ Snrchtf of Records.
OfHco Campbell's Mock, Merchant St.
Next door to lljilljn Wine Co 1055-11
If you want a nice rubber tiro
back with a careful driver riug up I
unit) otauio iinck atauu Tel. av.i,
and wo guarantee yon will be
ACIKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
DUtrln of Kona, Oabu.
At W. C. Achl 'a olllco, King fctroot, near
For All C m 5
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
UlrHiday of Kmptror or erm"ny Cfle.
br'Cril at Contulat.
Emperor William II. of Ger
many nttains tho fortieth anniver
sary of his birthday today. Consul
John F. Hnckfold honored tho
event by giving a reception at tbo
Consulate at noon in bis usual
princely manner. For more than
an hour there was a steady stream
of officials and business ruon to
wish long life to tho Emperor.
Au elogant luncheon wbb
spread in Mr. Hackfcld's office,
and the health of Hin Imperial
Majesty was drank in butnpors of
champagno. Tho Imperial stand
ard was flying in front
of tho building Captain
Borger, who wears the Willium I.
centenary medal, conducted the
Hawaiian band in an appropriate
program. The gentlemanly staff
of H. Hackfeld fc Co., Ltd., as
sisted Mr. Hnckfold in making tho
callers at homo. Always the birth
day of tbo Emperor is made a
happy event at tbe Consulate, and
on this occasion the record was
handsomely maintained. Long
life and happiness to William II.,
saya tho Bulletin.
Rre.ptlon at Puupu...
Thero were about 250 people
present at the recoption civon by
Minister and Mrs. Cooper at their
Fuupueo mansion last night. The
rehearsal of tbe Amateur orcbes
tra under Wray Taylor's leader
ship, in connection witb which the
reception was given, gave intense
enjoyment to tbo guests.
Afterward tboro wbb dancing to
tbe muaio of the' organ and tho
piano, tbe former being a parti
cularly fiuo instrument imported
soino years ago. An elegant re
past was servod and (ha entertain
ment lasted until nenrly midnight.
Tbo moonlight ei Jmuced the
pleasure of tho event, while tho
mansion was gorgeous witb whito
aud colored eleclrio lights.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
J. T. VHcrliouo'eInvltHon.
J. T. "Wnterhouse, Wavorloy
Block, extends a special invitation
to tbe public to call at thoir etoro
in tho Waverloy block tomorrow
(Snturday) to personally inipoot
thoir displays. A varied stock of
groceries, hardware and crockery
to suit tho tastes of tho
most fastidious, may bo found.
In nn ml which they presont in
tho Bulletin today may bo found
n small part of what they bavo on
hand. Everything needed to sup
ply dining room and kitchen can
be found. Do not fail to accept
tho invitation. "When you drop in
tomorrow a further invitation will
bo givon you to call again.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
Fop Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
i i& 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
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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