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THE EVENING HOLLETINi HONOLULU, U. I., FEBRUARY 1, lBU'J.
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Pacific Su Mill
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-Is S N Co
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160,000 1,600 160,000'
Artn.nnol A.nm I
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150,000! 1,500 IJo.oua!
500,000 5,000 500 oool
750,000! 7,500 750 oocJ
750.000 7, $00 75o,ood
700.000 7.000 7oo,oou
951.0001 1,510 tJ3 oorJ
195.0001,950 125 ood
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Oahu Ry&L Col
500 oool 5 000
150,000! a ,,50
l SC E a Plantation t 60
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Hun Diego, January '21. Tho
steamer Jioluirtu, tliu first of tlio
lleot of Dvo veeselM of tlio Califor
nia nml Orion tnl Steamship Com
pany plying betweon Hongkong
Yokohama and tbin pnrt, arrived
about!) o'clock today, with 2550,
tons of freight, principally of rice,
ton nod Bilk. Tlio steamor left
Yokohama December Ulet, and the
voyage was accomplished almoBt
ou Hohi-dtilH time. Over 200 car
loadB of freight are li-ro awaiting
shipment on the return trip of
the btuamor to tho Orient.
Payii. t Hacc.rd Dlngley.
Washington, Jan. 20. The
Speaki-r of tho House has an
nounced the appointment of Mr.
Pay ;i. (II ) of Now Yolk to the
chairmanship of tho Commiteo ou
Wnys ami Means, to Buccood the
lato Mr. Dingley; Mr. Richardson
U.) ot rennessoo to tlio vacancy
nn rti flnmmtffnA nn AVnva n.nl
MeanB and Utiles caused by tho
retirement of MaMillin of Tennes
see, and Mr. Ornpacker (11. of
Indinnn on the Committee ou
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY
&lj$i We are selling, for one week
only, Mandolins and Guitars at
$3.50 EACH !
This is a special inducement; do not
be deluded by inferior goods at lower
prices. Come and judge for yourself.
BERGSTM MUSIC CCLtd,
COIlNUIt TOUT AND UEKETANIA. STREETS.
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1 H I WE WAHT YOD TO SEE THEM! 1
I $IU!l I a'n Whitman.
p (PIU M - - - - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
Oyolono Cameras aro tho best
Tho speoiul dinner and daticn at
tho liotol hiHt night was very woll
Hon. J.LamhDnty,U. S. CoubuI
OihilthI to Tahiti, in a through
piiBBQUgor in the Mariposa.
There is uothinc now from
"Washini'ton recardinc tho re
jected Chinese immigrants.
The band plays its usual con
cert on the grounds of the Execu
tive building this afternoon.
Jns, F. Morgan offers the Wald
rou place on Lunalilo. See Mor
gnu's S'lles column 8th page.
A completely furnished modern
two Btoiy boiiHO i offered for sale
by Gear, Lansing fc Co. See New
Capt. Philip II. Lydig calls
for proposals for furnishing Hour
for United stales forces
horo. .See New Today.
An important -meeting of P. H.
Brooks Division No. 1, Uniform
Rank, K. of P., is called for this
evening Pythiau Gnstle Hall at
8 o'clock. See Now Today.
Among tho arrivals from Hawaii
and Maui ports in the Mauna Lna
yesterday wero tho following:
Jaraea Dodd, M S Lovy, A W
Carter, J D Paris and Chris Wil
lis. Conductor Brown undertook to
awing himself ovor tho drawhoads
between two cars being coupled at
Waianao yesterday. Ho got his
foot jammed, bruising it badly
enough to keep him off duty two
or three days,
Ttiero" will bo an important con
vention this Wedneaday ovoning,
at 7:30 in tho Pythian Castle hall,
Fort street, thiid denree, by Mys
tic Lodge No. 2, and Oahu Lodgo,
JNo. 1. All sojourning brotnera
are cordially invited.
Tho following passenuors are
booked to leave for San Francisco
in the Moana tonight: P 0 Jones,
M B Mehran, Maj'or Davis, H
Cogswell, Mrs J S Lynch, Charles
Peterson and daughter, W W Wil
liams, Wra Chalmers, Dr U Reid,
wifn and child, Miss Hawluy. 1' lu
Wilson, A A Bmymer, Paul Ison-
berg, J U Isenberg and wife, W 15
Dougall, Win Savidge, L B Nut
ting and wife, A Young and wife,
Mrs Anderson, two children and
nurfo, Mrs Wagner and child, J
H McOowan and wifo, C E Dur
kre and wifo, Mrs C E Hudson,
John N Kirk and wife, E S Va
lentine, A Albrecht, MrB J 8 Kim
ball, Mrs Skidmoro, Itoboit Bruce
and wife, Dr P 8 Bascom, B X
Smith, Mrs W F Colton, Mies O
Colton, J H McOrystal, wifo and 2
children, Kenneth Melrose, S
Wenbau, J Treadwoll,Mrs Fennell
and 2 children.
KNOWN IN MUSIGI
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open !
New shipment of
SrEINW AY PIANOS,
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
' KINGSBURY PIANOS,
REGIA A1USIC BOXES,
New KfCorJ and Tunt Shtcta lor above.
located VISIT TUB NEW MUSIC STORE OP
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, I5c "
P. J. VOELLER S, CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone o3o. I log
Persons wishing to obUIn boartl at
Makawuo, Mnui, ran be pccominodHted
BtMIW. 11.11. HAIIiEV'a
Terms, $10 por w ook. flS6-flm
If you want a nico rubber tire
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand TelblD.
and wo guarantoo you will bo
NOTARY PUBLIC ait TYPEWRITES
Oftlce: 208 Merchant street. Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's oftlce.
P. O. Box 19.
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conve) anctr anJ Searcher of.Recordi.
Office CnmnlHjH'H Block, Morchant St
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co. 1055-11
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
IMstrli-t of Kona, Oahu.
At W. C. AcIiI'h olllco, KIiir Htreot, near
Ve make a specialty of tine enameling, either In plain black, colors, or
highly decorated finish.
Also juns, typewriters, bicycles, and any article requiring skilled and
fini.slieJ workmanship. All work giur.mtceJ. Will call for and deliver.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
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
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety ol
CHOICE GOODS ever'offercd
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 j
our time is yours.
Come nnd inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co.
The llerrafotil iteceptlon,
Thoro is good promise of a largo
meeting at tho Arlington this
ovoning to arrange for a reception
and address to .Lord Cunrlos
Beresford. Dr. MoKibbin, it is
understood, will be askrd to pre
side, and W. Seaborn Luce to act
bb secretary. Commissioner
Konny will submit details of his
plans with regard to the distin
guished visitor. Should the time
of tho stoamer America Maru's
slay bo propitious, it is probable
that festivities on a conaidorablo
scnlo will be held at the location.
Purarr Ilemlnll Una Itealirn.il.
Purser Boudall, so popular
among Honolulu travolors, has
accepted afino position in Aucklaud,
N. Z., whero he will remain per
manently. His place in tho Moa
na wad takou by J. H. C. Bond
who has boon in tho South Sea
service. Ho is simply making
this ono trip until arrangements
for a pormuneut purser can bo
"I.onUoat Climrl.y J on a Trip.
"Lookout Charley" Peterson of
the Diamond Head Signal Station,
loaves in tho Moana tonight for a
five weeks' vacatioji in California.
His daughtor will accompany him
and will remain in school in
California. s Frank, a former Bail
maker for CuBhman, will tako
Charley's place at Diamond Head.
In tho police court this forenoon
Henry Hickoy plead guilty to tho
charge of unlawful possession of
opium aud was fined S2C0 and
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.