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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 21, 1899.
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
u.iii: ctocic! Capital Sh'r'i! Capita1
NAML STOCK Amho'iedl.MiM Paid U
C Drewef & Co$i,oojtooo 10,000
Am Sue rCo.As'. 750,000.15,00
t 6O.OOO I.6OO
ises'ble 600,000 6,000
Su Co ttOOO,OOOJIO,000
EwjiPUnt'n Co t.ooo,
Himna Plan Co it
Hw'n Apr. Co Sdo,
Haw'n Sue Co 1,000,
Honomu Su Co 300,
Honokaa S Col 1,000,
Haiku SuearCo! $00,
Oahu S (1
Pacific Su Mill
Pepwkeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
tnter-ts S N Co
Haw'n Elec Co,
Mutual Tele Co
1 1 500
Haw Gov,6pcr c
Oahu R&L Col
t )9, coo
NOTICS Of Tin: NAVV.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Movrmrnt, of ln Hdmlln nml Col.
Tho BrrHiipouiontB in regard to
the Scindin nnd Brutus have beon
flunlly ui'tlli'd. Tim Scindia in to
follow the Philadelphia to Samoa
ae soon ai pn8ilile. It will take
at lfHHt a fortnight for this collier
to pr.pirp herm-lf for sea.
The Brutus is to return to 8nn
Kratmisco aa soon aa she can bo
modn ready. Thin is douo piiraii
rily Iiociiuho a lot of the men
aboard urn bluejackotH from Ma
nila whiiBO nine was up several
ruoutliH ago and it would be hard
ly just to take these fellow to Sa
moa whou they are now bo near
TI10 Philadelphia Bails for cer
tain on Wednesday. She will
proo'ul to Sathoo, remaining thero
for not mora than three weeks.
Bv that time, tho llrutus will have
arrived thero and then tho Phila
delphia will return to this port
Band concert in Thomas Square
White hotel waiteia wanted.
G. S Do-ky will bo a passenger
in the Eiuau this afternoon.
W. P. Founoll of Punnluu was
a passenger in the Mauim Loa
J. F. Morgan will hoII bioycles
at auction next Monday. See
Tho government schools will
close for the Etr vication,
Monday Mar. 24. Read ,Now To
day. In tho Police Court thin fore
noou, Ah Mun was- fined $50 and
costs on the charge of unlawful
ppseesnion of opium.
Bruce Wariug & Oo. advertise
for bids for tho construction ot a
KNOWN IN MUSIC!
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open !
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, I5c "
50 Oahu (paliup).,. ...
1 Plonwr Atlll
$5000 Oahu K. k L. Co. Ron!
Mrs. S. 13. Rohh is severely ill
of a bad typo of the grip.
lit win iciiiiu iu tum l'"V inr nil
Admiral Kautz expct8 to bo back Rtr0tt in th New Pucilio
in Honolulu in two montns. Tract. Hoe New Today.
Residents of Nuuauu Btreethave
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
New ttecorJs and Tune Sheets for above.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone OSo. noo
Thero aro two obieots in the
trip of tho Philadelphia to Samoa.
Tho first ip to study the political
situation and tho necoud, to show
Germany that America has her
The battleship Oregon and the
water ship Irl, sailed for Manila
Jo 1 1 ars !
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
We can make your old wheel
AS GOOD AS NEW!
Our new plant Is turning out
work unexcelled by any fac
tory. Anv color, plain or
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,
"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.
-UTj-LTlJ J" "" "
BERGSTROl MUSIC CO,Ltd.
COIINEH I'OUT AND IHJKETANIA STIUCETS.
called on police authorities to
Karding the conduct of soldiers iu
Nuuanu Sunday afternoon.
Admiral KhuIz has offered to
carry a mail to Samoa iu the
Philadelphia, nnd it will close at
the postofllce at 10:30 tomorrow.
Thero will bo no formal
recognition of Washington's birth
day at tho Acuericau Agency, ex
cept the usual display of the flag.
(fcTbo Manna Loa brings tho news
that a nativo fisherman was drown
ed of Hoopulon, Kona, last week.
His canoo tipped over in rough
.Ezra Poppleton, formerly a
bakery mon in Honolulu, left for
San Francisco in the S. G. Wilder
yesterday. He tfoee not intend
Among the arrivals from Maui
and Hawaii ports in tho Maunu
Loa today were tho following: A.
Qartenberg, W. W. Brnner, J. J.
Egad" and Dr. Bowat.
Ono of tho whales killed by the
crow of tho whalpr Gayhoad, float
ed toward tho Eona const n few
day b ago but was not beached.
Upon gelting quite close, tho cur
rent took it out again.
Thore is to be a very flue time
at tho Hilo hotel tomorrow niht
and passengers who leave by thp
Kinaa today aro sorry that tuoy
will not get to Uilo until about 1
o'clock Thursday morning.
Visitors or residents desiring
rooms or cottages, can be accom
modated on reasonable terms at
the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu street.
Meals may be obtained at tho
main building as required at 75o
E. H. F. Woiter has tho distinc
tion of au undivided hnlf interest
in Washington's birthday. Ho
will celebrate tho event with a
luncheon to a few frionds at tho
Occidental hotel. They will re
ward him with his forty-five earn
ed slaps on tho back.
The "Grand Echo" piece play
ed by the band ut Emma square
last night was a great success.
The audience was delighted.
Prof. Berger wishes to thank Mr.
Luning for the uso of his veranda
for that portion of the band used
for the echo part. Tho "Grand
Echo" will be played again at tho
concert at Makoo inland.
The Orpheum Cafe bai chang
ed hands and Mr. G. T. Gow has
naumed the management. The
new proprietory are determined
that if excellence in the culinnry
department coupled with prompt
and civil attendance can command
success success will bo theirs.
The Odfo provides a good sub
stantial bill of faro at moderate
charges, is open day and night
and should command tho patron
age of regular oustomeis aud
The local Sous of St. George
Oapt. Cook lodgo had a semi jolli
fication, aside from their regular
business mooting, at their lodgo
room laBt evening, tho occasion
boing opportune for tho members
to do houor to many stranger
brothers from abroad, and prin
cipally' to W. H. Fuller, past
president of Burnaby Lodgo of
San Francisco. R. A. Jordan
presided, having bb aid-do camp,
G. S. Harris. Mr. Fuller re
sponded to congratulatory and
complimentary remarks, on behalf
of his lodge, in a mannor whioh
acknowledged, most happily, a
thorough appreciation of the cour
tesies extended. Charles Joyce,
tho Paoifio Club catorer, with tho
aid of tho coinmittoe, took caro of
the "inner men."
VtblTTIIENUW MUSIC STOKE OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
W. E.B1V0N8, the Real Estate
Agent, bus chunked tils location
from 315 Fort street to the new quarters in
Mclnenry Block, opposite Bank of Hawaii.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sultsmall advertisers get a square
NOTAKY PUBLIC ut TYPEMlTEn
Olllce: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's oilier
P. O.' Box' 104.
EDMUND H. HAKT,
Notary Public , and Typewriter
Conveyancer nJ Surchtr ol Records.
Office Cnmiiboll'a Ulock, Morclmnt St.
Next door to Hawtlltn Wine Co. tojj-tl
For All &
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considerni:
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 twoipoints the rest
Perwm wlnhlng to obtain board at
Makawno, Maul, can be f ccommmlatoil
BtMltS. H. Ii. IIAILKY'S
Tortus, $10 per week. flSS-Am
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.
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. Wciknowounprices
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
10 FORT ST.
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