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THE EVENING BULLfcTINi HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 3, 1899.
To;day's Honolulu Stock
NAMESTOCKJIJ'fhV. gglul ,. AM
Am Sug rCo.As
Ew Plant'n Co
' .Harriot Plan Co
Mllaw'n Acr. Co
Mlio'n Sug Co
i jfonomu Su Co
Si llonoloa S Co
') Hlku SunarCo
Kahuku PI n Co.
, , Oahu 5 (pd up)
OnnmM Su Co
Olowjlu Com y
Pacific Su Mill
Walluku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
lnter-I S N Co.
Haw n Llee Co
Mutual Tele Co
Haw Gov,per c
Oahu KyftL Co
003,000 10,000 fi.ooo.ooo
750,000 15,000 I 30
fjo.oooJ 730,000 I
looo,ooaJ20.00 9,000,000 6o
I?Scxx4 1,730 175,000
$oo,ooa 5,000 500,000
f,ooo,ooalio,ooo 1,400,000 166
JOO.OOtjj J.OOO 3OO.OO0 315
t,000,00cjl0,000 t.COOOOO I06
foo,cxxJ 5,000 500,0001
500,000! 5 000 500,000 130 t40
300,000. J 000 300,000
160,000! 1,600 160,000 115
600,0001 6,000 to
1,800,00018000 1,800,000 tr!5
500000 f.ooo 500,000 97J4 08
130,000 1,300 150,00a
500000I 3,000 50000a 150
730,000! 7,500 750,000 950
730,000 7,500 750,000
1,123,0004 1,950 1,125,000 300
700,000' 7,000 700,00c
952,ooo 9,520 952,00c 170
125,0001,930 123000 125
SJ.ood 9,550 955,0a
SOO.OOOJ 5,000 500,000
500,000 5,000! 500,000152
930,00a 9,950 925 000
900,000! 9,oa 90 000
31,000, 310 31,000
I SALUS KLI'UKICU.
772 Oahu (palJup) 170
95 Havallan Sucar Co 167H
10 Ookala Sugar Co . 0
Mm Wln Will Atrnln Joint HrtflmonU
Dr. S. A. Yulo kindly furnished
a Bulletin repottor, ut Buona
Vistn hospital this morning, with
(he following list of invalid sol
diers who hnvo recovered, nud
been ordered to proceed to Mnniln
in ono of the troopships about
Of tho 18th U. S. Infantry
Privalos Alkamode, Noonan,
Fronch, IlnnlMy, Koro, Moores,
Rukraann nnd lloraiac.
Of tuo 23rd U. S. Infantry
Privntos Stickle, Martin, McCall
Ot tho Uth U. 8. Infantry -Private
Of thp 3rd U. S. Artillery
In all, fourteen regular soldiers.
There seems to bo a general
impression that tho play "Side
Trnckfd" and "How Hopper Was
oido I racked" are tho same thine
Tbifl is not so. "Side Tracked"
is an entirely different farce com-
dy. ShIp of tents now on at Pa
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
J. D. Paris has rotnrned to his
home in Kona.
Tlin Amnrirn.lrnm limnirht fifil
Japanese and 12 Ohinese for this
Tim vnfn for Rnnnlnr in Hip
California legislature remains un
The Bulletin is indobted lo
Purser Comfort for lato nows
favors from Japan.
G. P. Wilder wont to Mnui on a
businesR trip in the Mtuitm Loa
thiH forenoon. Ho will bo back
in the Clnudine Sunday.
Tho America-Maru sails for
San Francieeo at 9 o'clock tomor
row mormon. Tin to timn of rm-
ing to press thirty-nino people
uuvu uuou ucoiteu wj leuve in me
Tho Amoricn-Mnru lirniifht tin
cabin passengers for this port,
imnno her tlirnnrrli nnnRnniiorii
tor ban l ranuisco are tuo follow
inrr: Rnmmnnilnr fl 1 TIiiphp- IT S
N; Copt O W Faronholt, U 8 N;
uapt l'lirreu, u a a; jjieut Aloe,
USA; Capt W M Danbery.
m J I 1899 MODELS. 1
H 1 WE WANT YOO TO SEE THEM! 1
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it. n oo 1 Bakin & Whitman. 1
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' M Y Iv M - - - - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
PALITY, NOT QUANTITY
We are selling, for Oiie 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.
BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND RKUETANIA STREETS.
KNOWN IN MUSIC!
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open I
OIIAMUUIII.AI.VH OPEN uooit.
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
tit w Urcotii and Tune Sheets (or above.
Squash, 3c per Ibi
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 680. nog
VlblT THE NEW MUSIC STORE OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Hopeful II Will l. ItrcoirnUed by All
Nation In Orient.
London, J miliary 18. lit. Hon.
Joeopli Obamlorlain, Secretary of
State for the Colouies, speaking
tonight at tho banquet of tho "Wol
vorliampton Chamber of Com
morce, reviewed n great length tho
varioua threatening foreign ques
tions confronting tho Govern
ment. Iu connection with tho with
drawal of tho French demand for
an extension of tho settlement at
Shanghai, Mr. Chamberlain con
gratulated his hearers that Grout
Uxituin's opposition to tho propos
al had been supported by tlin rep
resentatives of tho United States.
" That, I think," he said, "asiK
niGcant and noteworthy fact. Nay,
I think and hopo it will become
history. It shows that circum
stances aio bringing about the
community of interests betweon
Anglo Saxons, which in tho future
may havo far-reaching and bene
In concluding Mr. nimmlipr.
lain naid a hich trilmtn in llm mm-
'PARd nf T.nrr) !a1iallilt.fa fnfAinn
, w. wv w Aw.. wua.uVi4T O IUIUIjU
policy, remarkiDn: "u is cause
for'eutiflfoctiou that two great na-
tl'nnB. Gprmnnv nnit tlin TTtiitnrl
States, both protectionists at home,
nave prooiaimea tueir intention to
adhere to the prinoiplo of tho
open aoor in tneir toreign pos
sessions. We shall record their
DXDansion withnnt. lPnlnnav unit
shall welcome their co-operation;
and I think, without being too
sanguine, we may rely upon their
HVinrmtliv and nRRintunnn in npmr.
ing the general adoption of a
principle 10 wnicu wo aitacn bo
Th. Nunn Paid.
Yesterday the nurses attached
to tho U. S. hospital service in
Honolulu were mado happy by
the receipt of their pay for several
months past. As was reported
exclusively in tho Bulletin, upon
the departure of the Australia, the
nurses hud ground for becoming
impationt ovor a lone delay in
paying their wages. Major Wood
cave a satisfactory explanation of
the matter, saying at tho same
timn the difficulty was likely Boon
to bo remorlied. Tins promiso
has happily been realized,
not only pleasing the nurses but u
number of businoss, people who
had given thorn credits.
Iter. Garvin Depart
Rev. ond Mrs. T. D. Gatvin
leave for the States on tho Amc-
rican-Matu tomorrow. Mr. Gar
vin has accepted a call from tho
Christian church of , Olarkeville.
Tenn.'and will go immediately to
liis now hold. Jbnends of Mr.
and Mrs. Garvin in Honolulu aro
legionfand good wishes for hoalth
and prosperity will follow them
in their dcpaitnro.
The Vlrs t Kealla.
Only1 about ton acres of tho
Makeo Sugar Co.'a at Eealia was
burned. Fortunately tho flames
swept through tho Golds and burn
ed the leaves of the cano without
injuring tho cane itsolf much.
Tho cano was cut down immediate
ly and ground. There was not
The Evening Bulletin givet ALL
tie news for 70 cents a month.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Maltnwuo, Maul, cm be rccommodateil
BtMKN, II. II. UAIIjKV'S
Tormn, $10 porwoek. AfiS-tim
If you want a nice rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Haok Stand Tol. 311),
and wo guarantee you will bo
NOTARY PUBLIC M TYPEWR1TEB
Ofllcc: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
f. O. Uox 194.
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer nJ Surcntr ot Records,
Olllco Cainiiboll'H Block, Merchant St.
Next door to Hiwallin Wine Co. lojj-lt
Any calls for Dr. J. R. Shaw may be
sent to his Infirmary, Telephone 796. Calls
will lie promptly attenJeJ by Dr. W. T.
Monsnrrat. 1 132-1 w
In selecting Gifts
many points arc to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
anil best display to be seen ?
Second, the .quality and prices ?
After you have convinced youfy
self on these two points the rest
U 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.
PEARSOJff & 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 pricey
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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