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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 2, 18fl9.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
Exchange Report. .
Car It j I !Shr
C. Brewer & Co
Aftouuo.p a up
Nmw'n Aer. Co
'iuwn Sujj Co
77ifonomu au uo
? Honoka.1 S Co
Onomea Su Co
Pac fie Su .Mill
Pioneer Mill Co
Walluku Su Co
Wllitr S S Co
Haw'n Lice Co
Mutual Tele Co
Haw Gov.Cper c
Oahu Rv&L Co
750.000' 1 5,000
, 000,00a ao.ouo
300,000 J ,000
f, 800,000 18 000
MAY FIlOVi: DNTIlUi;.
The Bulletin, 7Gc. per month.
New York, Jan. 25. A dispatch
to the Herald from Hnvana Bays:
A roport Iiob reacbod Gouoral
Menooal that Genernl Eabi with
1500 inmrgtntn had taken to the
hills in Bauta Clara in defiance of
American authority. Rabi is a
full blooded Quantananio Indian
and a hird fightor. Meuocal
hopes Iho report may prove un
true Violating Nrc. 910, Pennl On(t.
In tliH- I'.ilice Ooort tliia fore
noon, sis Fioach and seven Jap
ancsfl wotnon of mipstioimble
character, appeared beforo Judge
Wilcox on the charge of violating
deotion 370 of tho Ponal Codo.
Sentonce on two of tho French
and all nf the Japanese women,
was Busponded for ono month.
Of liu , theso women have been
disregarding the orders of tho
police otlicers and, instead of re
maining on Pauahi street or in
other plaoes where they are al
lowed, they havo taken to moving
to different parts of the city. The
police aro determined to put a
stop to tins and will continuo the
arreets uuless the nuisauco is
I J I 1899 MODELS. I
3ft v $ KG
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WE WANT YOD TO SEE THEM!
Eakin & Whitman.
Hm M " " " " TR,BUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY
!2E 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.
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BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORXnit FOUT AND BEUETANIA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will
praco Oratorio music this evening.
Dr. C L Garvin's office hours
Bro now 9-11, h. m. 2-5 and 7-8
p. m. , 1
Bailey's Bike Bits contain a
lot of new interesting items for
Measlc aro now quite prevalent
in towu. 'there are a number of
cases in Wnik'ki.
The Minister of the Interior
calls for bids for printing the an
uual report. See Now Today.
Officers f tho Hawaiian Eleo
trio Company ,for tho next year
are published under Now Today,
Thoro will bo a meeting of the
Board of Agriculture tomorrow
morning. Important mnttors of
business will bo discu3sod.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Co. held
their annual meeting on tho 81st
of January, when tho election of
oflico holders for tho otinnuiu
year took place. Seo New Today.
jtfr. G. A. Bowon, has now
taken over tho Criterion Barber
shop nnd hopes thnt his predecs
Rors patrons will still continuo tn
bestow their cuntoni on the old
Bailey's Honolulu Oyclory gives
notice that nil bicyclus left nt his
place for more than thirty days
will bo sold at auction to pay re
pair bills that may bo owing. See
The musio department of Wall,
Nichols Co., located in I e store
recontly vacated by H. V.
Schmidt & Sodb, is now comploto
and ready for inspection. Thin
firm are agents for tho celebrated
Steinway pianos, Lyon nnd Healy
and Wnahliurn innnrinlinn nnd
guitars and tho Symphony self
piayiug organs ana Angeius piano
nlaver. The latter iiiRtriimpntn nrn
among tho most wonderful of
moaern inventions. Tins depart
ment isnow as fully stocked with
everything in the musical lino as
any store in the city.
1'lrit N'ulloiial nimk.
Tho First National Bank for
Hawaii, tho charter of which it is
almost certain will go to Perry S.
Heath and associates, will ' be
?uartored in the Campbell block.
t will occupy the premises occu
pied by Hollistcr fc Co.'b storo at
Fort and Morchant etroots, to
gether with Cecil Brown's law
oflico adjoining in Merchant slroet.
This is tho bank in which James
Campbell has $100,000 or bo of
stock. It is said that a Btrong in
terest in it is held by the Selig
mana of Now York.
It is stated on tho street that
tbepromoters have deposited the
United States bonds in Washing
ton to cover tho maximum of de
posits allowed to be received by
The advantage of having the
National bank status will bo un
derstood when it is stated that the
institution will thereby bo the
custodian of all United States
Government moneys in thoso isl
ands customs, postoffico and in
ternal revenue receipts, as well as
tho Army and Navy moneys for
KNOWN IN MUSICI
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open!
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
New Records and Tune Sheets (or above.
VISIT THE NEW MUSIC STONB OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wlxhlng to obtain bnnrrf tat
Miikawno, Mntil, can le rcuomtiKxIatod
atMHS. 11. H. IlAILirVAS
Tenm, $10 tior wook. 0!i5-flin
If you wauj a nico rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 311),
and wo guarantee yon will bo
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, I5c "
P. J. VOELLER t, CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone OSo. nog
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Ofllce: 20S Merchant street, Camp
bell Mock, rear of J. O. Carter's olllcu.
P.O. Box in I.
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer inJ Searcher of Records.
Olllco CaiiiiiIioII'r Uloclt, Merolmnt St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co. 1055-11
Any calls for Dr. J. R. Sliaw may be
sent to his Infirmary, Telephone 796. Qills
will be promptly attended by Dr. V. T.
In selecting Gilts
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
A big tent show will open Satur
day, Fob. dth, nt tho corner of
Alakea and Boretania streets. It
comprises a troupu of Chinese
no'robafs, who havo performed in
all tho leading thoatora in tho
world. Rosa in tho latest songs
and dances, Eddie Armond, im
personator and comedian the Ha
waiian Quartette and eevoral
othor attractions, making ono of
tno Btroocest snows over soon in
Honolulu. Admission will bo
but 15 and 25c. Evory night.
Dettroylnir a Ian1mrk.
An old landmark is disappear
ing in tho demolition of the. 0.
Brewer & Co. block in Quoon
street. Its uppor floor was tho
armory of the nativo volunteer
forces under King Kalakaua, and
tho chief placo for holding eleo
tion meetings. When tho crowd
was too great for tho interior, and
Bomotimos after n meeting had ad
journpd, orators would baranguo
vast assemblies in the squaro bo
low from tho landing at top of tho
stairs on tho outside. A modern
buikline will tako tho placo of tho
We make a specialty of fine enameling, either In plain black, colors, or
highly decorated finish.
Also guns, typewriters, bicycles, and any article requiring skilled and
finished workmanship. All work guaranteed. Will call for and deliver.
$ 00. $.
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,knov our prices
are right, because we buy riglit
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
Hollisier Drug Co.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
No. 10 FORT ST.
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