Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 0, 1899.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
J Capital ShVs
C. Brewer & C$i,oo),doo
Am boe rCo.Av. 750,000
AmSoCo.o'd tint 9co.ooo'
Ewa Plnnt'n Co a.ooo.ooo'to.oco
Miw'n Apr. Cn
Htw'n Sur Co a.ooo.i
Honomu Su Co joo.i
Ha rick at 5 Co 1.000,
Haiku SugirCo 500,
Kahuku Pl'n Co 500,
y Coloa SufftrCol
Ay OahuS (p'd up) 1,800,00018000
V ' I inimtt
DOOl J OOO
000 5 000
000J 5 000
OOO. 1 OIO
Pacific Su Mill
Pala Plantn Co
Pepeekeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
lnter-Ii S N Co
Haw'n Tlec Co
Mutual Tele Co
" " p'd up
Haw Gov.Cper c
500,000 1 i
1.800.00a I to
500,000 5000 500,00c
150,000 1,500 150,00c
500,000 5,000 500,000
750,000 7,500 750,000 250
750,000 7,500 750,000
700,000 7,000 700,000
959,000 9,510 959,000
195,000 1,950 195.000
955,000 9,550 955,000
500 000 5,00a 500,000
500,000 5,00a 500,000
950,00a 9,95a 995,00c
900(90o 9,000 90,000
150,000(1 3,00c 1)9,000
9 0CK 90
31,000 3101 )t.OOO
RUNAWAY AND TIIUOWOUT.
Hohenrsal of the Y. M. 0. A
orchestra at tho usual place at
7:45 o'clock this evening. Every
i member is lpquestod to be present.
rOratorio music will be practiced.
Fortunate Ktcape front Horlon. Injury
1y Mr. Hharpe on Pnlnma Hoil.
Josoph Sharpo tho contractor
had tin unploasant oxporieuco yes
torday atternoon, and it is fort
unato ho was not seriously hurt.
His horse ran away with him in
his brake from Palama. He
bravely hold on to tho reins until
the vcbicle'struck a snag of sorao
kind. And he hold on after ttiHt,
too, although tho springs wero
broken and the body of tho brake
sundered from tho other pirts.
Mr. Sharpo landed on his back in
soft mud, which probably is what
saved him brokoa bonos. In that
uncomfortable poturo, however,
ho managod to bring his horse to
a standstill, provonting nobody
can fay how much moro troublo
had the animal run wild into
town. Mr. Sharpo fools nono the
worso this morning for his tumble.
In tho Policd Court yesterday
aftcrnopn J. Lynch, tho sailor
from tbo Scandia, charged with
unlawful possession ofjopium, was
fined 8160 and coBts He was sent
to jail to work out his fine.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
We can make your old wheel
AS GOOD AS NEW !
rr i -
Our mw plant is turning out
Any color, plain
work unexcelled by any fac
v color, plain oi
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,
Tel. 746. TRIBUNE AGENTS.
"BE SURE YOU'RE RIGHT,
THEN 60 AHEAD."
You are always right in
On account of the excellent
finger board they are the best
instrument a beginner can
Cheapest. Why ? Because
they are the best.
All Hawaiian Songs can
be procured at our counter.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CONNER FORT AND BKRETANIA STREETS.
The Ohio bus aboard 2500 tons
Tho Ohio belongs to theEmpire
Twenty reliabloboys am wanted.
See WANTS in today's paper.
Ed. A. Williams is the under
taker in charpo of Judgb Wide
Howard E. Wright, Speaker of
the California Houso of Represen
tatives, has resigned.
E. 0.' Macfarlauo camo into
town this morning after detoutiou
from business a day or two with
All tho PEERLESS PRE
SERVING PAINT CO. asks it
a trial and you will bo convinced
of its merits.
Goorce Beckley's terraces on
Punchbowl were somowhat dam
aged by the storm, but tho newly
planted grass and seedlings stuck
Tho recently erected church in
Magoonvillo will bo dedicated
Sunday morning. Portuguese,
headed by their bund, will march
to tbo place from tho Catholic
Tho Bulletin is much indebted
to B. F. Hedges, purser of tho
Ohio, for late nows favors. Mr.
Hedges is not a stranger here.
Ho was pursor of tbeO. S. S. Aus
tralia in tbo oarly 80 s.
In tho Police Court yesterday
afternoon, Herman aud McCabo,
tho soldiers charged with malici
ous injury, wero found guilty nnd
nned $4 and $1.25 costs. Tins
moans ton and a half days in jail,
as tho men have no money.
Geo. W. Farr, who has been
very ill at tho Queen's Hospital
for moro than a week, is now very
much improved. It will bo im
possible, however, for him to at
tend the nominating convention,
of which ho iB a member.
The rpgular weokly meeting of
the Christian Workers will bo
hold on Friday atternoon, Feb.
lOtb, at 3:30 o'clock, at tho Y M.
0. A. hall. Tho meeting will be
lea oy xiev. Mr. ooares. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all to
ALGEK WILL RESIGN.
KNOWN IN MUSIC!
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open!
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
NEGIA MUSIC BOXES,
New KecorJi and Tune Stieeti lor above,
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER I CO.,
Fort and liotel Sts.
Telephone 680. 1109
VISIT THE NliW MUSIC STORE OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
V. O. BIVCNS, the Rent Estntc
Agent, litis changed hit locution
from 315 Fort street to the new quarters in
Mclnenry Block, opposite Bank of Hawaii.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
NOTARY PUBLIC mi TYPEWRITEE
Oftlce: 203 Merchant Btreet, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carters ofII:e.
P. O. Box 104.
In selecting Cuts
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
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer anJ Searcher ol Records.
Ofllco Campbell's Block, Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian wine Co. lojs-lt
Pemnns wishing to obtain board at
Mnknwno, Maui, can Ik vccoiMinodatetl
nt MBS. II. B. 1IAILUY 'S
Terms, $10 por wook. 055-0 in
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. 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 goodsjwe carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
Washington, Jan. 28. It is said
that Mr. McKinloy hopes to bo
ablo in ton days to announee tho
name of a Secretary of War. The
report of the Algor roliof commis
sion will be handed to tbo Presi
ded it is said, some tlmo next
week, and Mr. Alger will no
longer have the ozcuso of not
wishing to retire under fire. No
serioaB apprehonsion, howoror, is
felt on that Bcoro by Mr Alsor or
his friends. It is still thought
that former Governor W. lv. Mor
riarn of Minnesota will sacceod
Tki a. Furlough.
Fred. B.jOat, chief clerk of the
Postal Monoy Order office, is com
polled by poor health to take a
furlough. He had conductod the
office for about nino years when,
a few months ago, his health
broke down from tho long appli
cation to duty. A visit ho made
to California resulted in a
measure of restoration, but, sinco
his roturn, a great increase in tbo
business has again ovortaxed his
strength. -No publio official has
boen moro efficient or faithful
than Mr. Oat, and his many
friends will hope to seo him Boon
back at his post in renewed health
and vigor. Mr.Lufkin, a brother
of Mrs. 0. 13. Wood, "has botn
engaged to take care of tho money
order accounts during the absenco
of Mr. Oat.
A call for a mooting of tho no
minating convention of the Ame
rican Union party is published
undtr New Today in this issuo.
Tbo convention will be hold in tho
Chamber of Oommerco rooms at
7:30 Saturday ovening.
Water Pljira Coming.
The water pipes for tho Kalihi
main, contracted for by Wilson &
Whitehouse, aro partly in the
brigantino W. G. Irwin, now on
voyago from San Francisco to this
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
B. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
tjjd,i .'- --1 - - M.-.AJaiL .'...Jw'jia.l.W'.fcfr- -, -aa-.a.
ill ' iMMMlMllilirfif
. ', ,"llMit.ifi.i.tillMl'-' M - 51m-jA-