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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY G, 1899.
'To-day's Honolulu Stock
C. Brewer &; Col
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C If ihukii Pl'fi rt
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' Oahu Assemble
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mr
Pepwkeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wallulcu Su Co
Wilder S S Co
liteMs S N Co
Haw'n Elec Co.
Mutual Tele Co
" nd UP
Haw Gov.Cper c
Oahu tty&L Co
300,000! 3 .too
150,000! 1 1,000
50 Oahu (palJup) ...170
S Oahu (palduD) 170
to Oahu (assessable) 110
A nureo girl
is wanted. Road
Former Cftpf nln Tell.
W. H. Tell, ono of tho best
known HawaiiatiB, for ten yoars
OapUin in the Police Department,
hna accepted tho position of night
wntchniau for the Honolulu Car
riage Mntiufacturiug Go., Fort
utrtot. There nro a number of
yulunblo properties in tbo irametl
into iiciahboi bood reauiriui! like
services, notably the Oriterion Sa
loon, Hart &, (Jo,, litd., King
Brothers, and Mr. Tell would-like
to extend his uaofulDees bo as to
raako Iiih position a remunerative
one. Uue urm can scarcely afford
to do this. His hours on watoh
aro from 5 p. m. to 7 a. m., and
ho could extoud his operations as
far us the Progress block if desir
ed. His roliablihty and probity
A burial certificate was issued
for Antone Crewe, Spanish, aged
67, diod this morning. Tho
entry on tbo stub gives causo of
death as consumption, and "at
tended by coroner s inquost."
Dri1si to Work,
t'lio government drodgo will
resume woik in excavating tbo
now slip at the P. M. 8. S. wharf
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tvll rmn I &
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UJLLXL Mi W
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
We can make your old wheel
AS GOOD AS NEW !
Our new plant Is turning out
worK unexcelled Dy any lac
torv. Any color, plain or
striped. With or without
If you have a broken frame we can put In
a new bar at very little cost
Any minor repairs done on short notice !
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY
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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.
MGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORKER TORT AKD HERETAKIA STREETS.
Members of tho Honolulu Cric
ket olub should not forget their
annual meetiut; in the Arlington
hotel parlors tomorrow night.
Among the arrivals from Maui
ports 'iu the steamer Cinudinc
Sunday were the following: J. M.
Kaneaku . Count von Sedwitz and
G. P Wildor.
Mrs. Hackfeld is very ill so
ill, in fact, that police officers are
station at the home, Punchbowl
s'opo, during tho day aud night,
to pievout any loud noises that
might otherwise be made.
Trundling heavy iron hoops is
the latest fad of street gamins. If
they did not roll tho things
amongst the legs of horses and
whools of otrriauos, there would
bo no objoction to their indul
gence in tho sport.
Jos. Herman and J. McCabe,
two soldiers from the Transport
racnndia, aro at tho police statiou,!
charged,) with malicious injury,
tho obargu having been changed
this morning from that of furious
and heedless driving.
Parties intereoted in fiuit
ground on the Island)) would
confor a groat favor on the Agri
cultural Department by Bonding
any Gno spweemons to Couinrts
sioner Byron O. Clarke who were
preserve tho prints in bottles for
Tho Bulletin's Fraternal Di
rectory has again received the in
dorsement of the community of
fratoraal societies. Tbo latest ad
dition is tho card of tho Geo. W.
De ong Post, No. 45, G. A. It.,
L. L. La Pierre, P: C; Jas. T.
Cppelaud, Adj. This post has
long been noter as tho first to be
organized outside tho UniteJ
States. It has lost nono of its
marked reputation in veteran cir
cles in consequence of annexation.
Its members always cordially
greet mombors of the order from
all portions of this country.
Meetings aro held the first Thurs
day evoning of each month.
Tho arrest of two soldierd from
tho Transport Scandia at about
8:30 o'clock Saturday evening,
caused a little brush between the
Mounted Patrol and" a mob of
Boldiers wbo ran to the police
station to rescue their two com
rades from the clutches of the
The prisoners, who were being
hurried to the station house by
native officers, had reached the
corner of Nuuanu and Merchant
streots when the mob of soldiers
who bad collected farther up Nuu
anu streot, rushed down.
The Mounted Patrol was just
forming at the police station pro
paratory to being sont out on tho
beatB for tun night. Uaptain rar
ker ordered them to charge on tbo
interfering soldiers. This they
did very satisfactorily, Bcattoring
the boys in blue in thrco different
directions. The two prisoners
wore safely landed in jail and no
further trouBle took place that
Wide Tlrr Drjr.
At the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co.'s works is be
ing constructed adray for Hustace
& Co., with wheels in conformity
to tho wide tires law. Tho tires
of the fore wheels are five inohes,
and those of tbo hind wheels
eight inches wMo. Astho track
of the front pair falls just inside
of that of tho rear pair, there is
prodn'dod a rolling surface cover
ing 26 inches of road. Tbo vohi
do will bo a veritablo road roller.
It is calculated to carry a burden
of twenty tons, requiring four
strong horses to draw when well
loaded. Thero is a triple goose
neck on the dray.
V.lunble Picture Collection.
At the Goldon Itnle Bazaar aro
oxposed for sale two photographic
cards crowded with pictures from
anoiont and modern Hawaii.
They aro a souvenir collection in
neat form of raro historic voluo.
Anciont war canoes well manned,
temples and houses of refuge, tho
visit of Captain Cooke's ships,
portraits of nearly all tho'kings
and queens, also of surviving
members of tho royal family, tho
Kamobameha statuo, native grass
housosetc, aro among tho pic
tures. All aro clear and sharp in
KNOWN IN IUSICI
The New Music Store
of Wall. Nichols Co.
is Now Open!
New shipment of x
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
Ntw Retorts anl Tune ShMti (or tfcove.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries. 15c "
P. J. YOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Jlotcl Sts.
VISIT THE NEW MUSIC STORE OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawno. Mnul . can be (ocntnmnttntfld
atMRS. II. B. BAILEY'S
TormN, $10 por-weok. A55-6m
If you want a nice rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Olub Stable Hack Stand Tel. 31(1,
and wo guarantee you will bo
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Odlcc: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Curler's ofllce.
P. O. Box 104.
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtynttf nJ Surchtr ol Rtcordi.
OlBco Campbell's Block. Merchant St.
Next door to llwalln wine Co. tojs-tt
Any calls for Dr. J. R. Shaw may be
sent to his Infirmary, Telephone 79X). Calls
will be promptly attended by'Dr. V. T.
In selecting Gitts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ? I
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
The Evening Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 75 cents n month.
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.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
In Honolulu. Weiknow 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',
No. 10 FORT ST.
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