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THE EVENING. BULLETIN: HONOLOLl'j, M. J., SLJl'TUMBHU '25, Ib'J'.t.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT;
Dctvren Do.irJ$--TIil i(inrnliir"uj Eva n. 7
, Plurwcr 5.
"Sesiloti'-Tlil morntns-too KlM 5, Jo , 100
UcHeen Uoatdj wK'jhuliU 1C0, H5 C )o, too
' To-Jay-j Session 15 KIM i.
Iliic for .linlhv 'linnili,rn.
Memphis (Tonn), September
12. A special to tho "Commer
cial Appeal" from Washington
Buys: Chief Juitlco Chambers of
Samoa Ua9 Lauded his resignation
to the Preeidoi t, to hike effect as
booh as tho Pouch chii pgren tip
on his succesEor Tlio l'rosidont
htiH told the AlnbamUu thnt ho
vott!U provide for him in this
country and would givo liiin a
Government position eommofHn
rato with hie talonta ond nbilitiea.
The dimeuhiona of th schooner
Norma, sold to dipt. Weiebnrth,
are: Length, Gl fert; beam, 18
feet, and depth of hold, 7 feat, 50
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IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.
Is ONE of the many good features of the
"Oliver" Type-writer. I",
FOR SALE AT
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Monday and Thursday, Sept. 25 and 28.
Ausical and Descriptive
jjliy WIIEHAHIKO RAWEI, B. A.,
The Brilliant Nf w Zealand Kallve Orator,
"The Lund of the Mnoi't."
Chu wlntly lllui'raied with Music, Sone anJ Su
perior -Scenery, Showing MiW LALAND NATIVE
LIFE l U lt Humorous Pathetic anJ Traclc
PHIC.S OP ADMISSION, 50c and aSc. Doors
open at 7: v; commence at 8 p. m. ijjo
Jnst a Hint as to What's wnat
"No. 5 John Street,"
"Dreamers," a Club,
Garden of Swords,"
They're new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO
-: JUST OUT
Aloha Collection -Hawaiian
PUBLISHED BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 7i cents a Song !
Contains the Followina Choice Selections:
Aloha Oe (Fareweil to Thee).
Ua Like no a Like.
Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
Maui (Two Step).
Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
Makalapun, Lllluokalanl's Ser
9. Lei Ponl Moi (Wreath of Car
11. He Lei No Kalulani (Wreath for
12. Atnahau (Kalulanl's Home).
13. Nu'ao,ka Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
i5.lWal o Punalau (Waters of Puna
ty. au)t '$ 4ff
Id. Sweet Violet.
17. Malkal Walplo (Beautiful Wal-
18. Poll Pumehana,
19. Ka Inu Wal.
. to. Sweet Lel Lehua.
21. Na'l Aupunl.
23. Remember, Be Sure and Be
- 'i "here.
24. Pua o ha He-I (Sweet Rose Bud).
26. Akahl Ho'I (For Once Again).
27. OI Hoi Ha.
28. Adlos Ke A.toha (Adieu, My
30. Paahana, "Hula."
32. Haili Po I ka Lehua.
33. Sunny Manoa.
34. Maunawlll, "Hula."
37. lomi, loml, "Hula." ,.
38. Lei Ohaoha. ,
39- WIHwill Wal.
40. Sweet Lel Mamo.
BERGSTBOM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BKRBTANIA BTRKBIB.
LCCAL AND GENERAL,
It w not yet cert, u that tho
E.erin uil huh oii 'I'aeadny. She
umy luvitii imju'i'tiint mull.
'lho police me uow buey at
work eliooting for lho i;nld, eilvpr
nnJ bronze utodnh teeeully offcr
o". It is (juite 1111 ummml eight
now n dnyB to seo Ameriaan hoI
diBra iu town with white uniforniF.
They usually wear khaki.
Tho O'tll of Sept. 15 announces
tlio engagement of JLiout. Ilt'ury
Merrirtrn. Third Artillery, to Misa
Allco Lis!) may of this city.
liPBervcd Feat ticketd for Who
rHhiko llimoi'a musiutil nud pieto
tiul eulertnintiieiit fcliould be se
cured at Wull, Nichols Company's
The Deputy Mnrehul'fi ollleo is
undergoing n change. Puinterd
aro buoy putting a uow coat on
tho wall ami Using up attractive
Jim McOrhdv. officer at the bnnt
landing, being unable to keep
watch on all sides on account of
a sliff nerlc, was allowed by tho
Marshal to go home this foronoon.
Bookings for Hilo on tomorrow's
Eluau include B F Dillingham,
0 A Gnlbraith, A F Jtuld, Jr, Mr
St Goar and wife.O H W Hitch
cock, A J Campbell and M P Bo
binson. Governor Spcncor, superintend
ent at Lnysan Island, together
witn uib wiln arrived in Honolulu
on tho baik McNear on Saturday.
Tho vessel is guano laden, carry
ing 1800 tons.
Tho score of 05 made by tho
u. u. u. cricket team in 24 minutes
is cxuellpiit. This is cousidcrably
moro than an avorngo of 100 runs
to uie uour winch, m Uself, is an
For the benefit of those men
who wish to proctico for tho Biflu
Association coutejts on Saturdnv
it is Btutid thnt tho runpt will be
open each duy this week from !i
p. in. until sunset.
lteports enmo from Kauai thnt
tlio fields on that island are situ
trly teeming with nhe&saut and
quail A cauple of hunters wont
out Friday and bajjgeil twonty-
luttu puuusani in a bingie morn
ing. G. Somma and Carl Klemme
hve adjusted their differences
aud upon appearing in tho Police
Conrt this forenoon on the chargo
of intending to commit uu offense,
the former had his case nollo
There aro quite a number of
applications in for positions on
the police force but as yet, it has
not been decided whether the force
is to be increased or diminished
and then, too, every position is
Meeting of tho Manacors of the
Boys' Brigade at Y. M. O. A. at
7 tonipht. All young mon who
can lend a hand and especially tho
pledge members are requested to
atteud. Many things new and in
teresting for discussion.
The Mutsou lino from San
Frnncifco to Hilo has the follow
ing schedule: Roderick Dhu,
Sept. 19; Santiago, Oct. 4; Fall
of Clyde or Annie Johuson, Oct.
24; Roderick Dim, Nov. J 7; An-
me Johnson or oantutgo, Dec. 5.
This evening in the Y. M. O. A.
ball Whemhiko Bawei will deliv
er a lecture on New Zealand and
it Maori population. Mr. Bawei
comes with the highest recom
mendations from eminent Europo
an clergymeu, it) a brilliant orator
and a native of the hud ha has
ohoEon for tho subject of his dis
course. A kamaaina ttepped into tho
Bulletin ollico this morning and,
on b'eiug asked if he had any
news, replied: " Well, this is cer
tainly new. A transport arrived
Sunday morning with 800 soldiers.
It Is tho usual thing to see the
men ashore hanging about the
saloons but I did not seo a single
one near a saloon nor have I seen
any of them hanging about these
maces this morninir. ..
h ;B?nco faring ACo wiih the
(public of Honolulu to inspect
tieir roBideoco lots situated on the
laeifio Heights a wagonetto being
at he free disposal of parties do.
iroxlB of doing so. These health
full .blooko are at an elevation of
from 170 to 800 feet above sea
level, aid are within easy dis
tance of "tho business centors of
the city. An abundant supply of
pure water Iras been laid on to tho
ground. Tra Deportation is guar
anteed within .six months from
date. For terms, etc, seo ad on
I k rSHoEr, I
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Anothen winner In this
Basy, comfortable and
jetHbleA combination of
everything that denotes re
There Is notlilng that we
cm add to Increase the repu
tation of the JOHNSTONE
k MURPHY Shoes. They stand pre eminently In a distinct class of
their own. If you Invai't worn a J. & M. you don't know wh.it com
v Mclnerny Shoovstore.
We take pleasure In nnnnnnrlnrr thnt tv nr mo.,.,f,i...i.. ...i i.
nrl 'T a i ' IS "lv r."" imiu iroin me latmury.
nJl e Aw,,lnBs Tcnts, Hammocks, etc., etc.-and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
We Out, ..
1-3 Off 012
Musio . o
TARO PATCH FII)DL.b.
WorkraansMp and Material (juaranteei knM
-N.aiK Kis" '
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July 19, 1S99:
"Hawaiian music partakes of the nature of the clime of Its comnoers.
antagonize the harmony required by the classical car -' B
r "Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Sons."
S! Price j. For Sale at
jyJHAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE. l
IIS Miaill llirill .1 milll.fr ennr 1 nir mart, .l...
e.7;M.r"T. ..:r'""""' ' ,u.,,.l:v5,ua sensuousness 01 feellnK ch.
inw. u mt uuiuciu .uitrjs. line us ffirt nnc f hti ic a.iom in,i t..
Jose fle Espito Snoii
King street, - two door rl w Puncl.&g-. .uu
CrllittXI'M. S rtl-j
TARO PATCH FlDDLlt.
Workmanship and material Furame3. fc.i.nt
a special' .
CHARLES CRA1U ii,
5J4 FOR I ST.,
(rlntrjji and fttpalnntr ir
and In lit hest pttiM mmi
C. A. GHOTK,
MERCHANT TAtI or,
ClotlmH made to orofi l iiinh
cost. Clothe clean il itiii-.i huA
dyod. Flrtt-clrtiM woik iunruiM..-il ?
O. box 2ft0. Union xlri-et, Inn ..nj.n.
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