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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, OCTOBER 21, 1899.
MUST HAVE CUBAN SUGAR
Hdvann, Oct. 12. The Patria
says today: "Thore is no need to
fear that tbo United Statoo can go' '
all tko sugar uoeded by tbo Am
fricans from tho American piipar
icland. Tbo most that Forto
Bico o iu p odu o in 10u,0. 0 tone.
Hawaii cuuldnnt produce. 450,000
ons. The Philippines bio as yet ,
unconquomf, una moreover, tuey
oro twnty.fno days 1 infant. Ha
v aii, counting tho freight by sea
to San FrnncibCO and tlie railrotd
freight to he Eotitern ooat, could
not competu in the Eastern
States with Ctfcan sugar, which
fakes o lly five (lays to reach New
"Tin nnuiml consumption of
sugar in the United States is not
less thau ,C0U,()00 tone, and it is
itoadiy increasing. If wo tako
away the 55'.)00 tons supplied by
Hawa i and Porto Rico thero ir a
balance of about 1,(300,000 tons to
boot tuned from Louisiana and
the Pliilippiiipc. Louiniaua sup
plies only 250,000 tone, which sho
will not bo ablo to increase on
account nf the lowering in prices
caused by allowing Hawaiian and
the Philippine sugar to enter the
United tjtatpfl. The Americans,
tborefore, will bo compelled to ap
ply to Cuba
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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VV &$ J
IP YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Athlete xporta and lover of the
noblo art have a treat in store, j
Next Friday eveniug Martin Den. ,
ny, tho champion Australian
lightweight will box Billy Arm
strong of tho Orpheum company
for fifteen round, tho contest to
take place at Independence Paik..j
Doth men are at present in actio ,
training at Loug Branch and Ssne '
Souoi and expect to enter the I
rinc in nerfect condition.' The !
exhibition ia iven under the aus I ;i
piceH of the Oceanic Athletic Olub ( Vr I LU
anrl with tue sancuou oi me iocbi
authorities. The event will be a
refined and suioAtifio test of
strength agility and endurance.
A couple of preliminary bouts
will be given by leaser lights
while several vaudeville artists
will do a turn. A full band will
bo in attendance. Tickets may
bo had at Wall, Nichols Co.
Prico, SI. $2 and S3.
Dewey, tne man,
On To Manila.
is depicted it
WALL, NICHOLS CO
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tion of all Pianos in
the World !
BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all
others before any of the American Pianos now manufactured
BECAUSE they stand to-day; the recognized .repre
sentative of the highest development in artistic and scientific
piano building. ,
Their position was not gained'
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence 1
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC 60.,
Progress Bloolc, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerine, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
-Ever seen in Honolulu, .being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
i.""-o - . , nncni note
I liese e eeam uuuus luuiiJiisc urcin vni ,
ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of .the richest
during her recent Eastern visit
WAISTS: . MAHIF ANTONE
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions,
styles. Also Fringes and Uutterliy brtecw.
HATS In the very latest Easttrn
Also r-r nges ana uuneruy cuesij.
nurlnp the Onera Season. Miss Killean has arranged a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
Biuk Abbey Piilmer sails
Tbcoujh uVxt week.
Mneonn stood watch over the
body of Jbb. A. King lust uiyht.
Ho kind to tho dumb. Hnve
voar homes clipped ot the Club
America Mart; will not tet
away for tho Orient until 7 o'clock
Sohoonor John G. North from
Honoipn arrived in Shu Francisco
on tbo 10th instant.
Tho 8fft captains will bo iu tho
funeral proeppsion tomorrow after
the Government officials.
Iu Now To day will ho found
tho result of tho oletion of ollicorfc
of tho Wnimannlo Siviir Co.
J. F. Colburn aoeault and bat
tory case was begun in the Police
Court this loienoon but not fin
Brijj W G Irwin will follow the
hark Ceylon ou tbo marino rail
way, the latter veseol comes off
Piesident Dole viewed tho re
maiuB of Captain Kir shortly
after bis arrival iu the Kinau this
Attorney F. J. Berry has very
kindly mmt to the Bureau of
Agticnlture acollecticn of valu
able, treo seeds.
Wong Qhong and Chock Kit
havo mild their iuterett iu tho
firm of the Hiu Chew Lung Co.
to tho compny. Seo Now Today.
The eight-year old son of Mr.
Bush of the Honolulu Iron Works
Ml and broko disarm whilo play
ing in an alyeroba tree yesterday.
Purier Beckley of tho Kinau
reports six inches of rain at IV
aubau during the last week and
ten inches at both Honokna nnd
President Dola wbb among the
arrivals in the Kinau today hnv
ing been summoued from Hawaii
to attend the funeral of tho Into
Captain J. A. King.
Alexander Young and family,
O. Von Hamm and uifo and F. S
Nichols of Wall, Nicholt) Co.,
Ltd., arc some ot thoBa booked to
arrive here per S. 8. Australia,
Among the arrivals in today's
Kinau from Hilo and way purls
wore. 21. H. Pratt and wife, J. E.
Bush, J. A. Scott, Paul Jarrett, E.
J. McFadden, B. H. Baker and E.
P. Walsh. .
A social by tbo employs of, the
Honolulu Iron Works in honor
of tbo complotion of E O. lice's
22d year with that company will
be given at the homo of Mr. Hoe,
Tho concert last ovoning was a
very watery affair. Jnst about
eight o'clook n most copious down
pour of rain put an end to the
music and a very wot crowd wend
ed its way homeward.
Wheia the Amorica Maru left
Sau Francisco, over one hnndrul
pereons were booked for Honolulu
by the Australia, to have left the
Coast on the 18th instant and due
to arrive here on tho 25th.
T. G. Balleutyue, H. L. Her
bert and W. Horace Wright havo
been appointed by the Honolulu
Oiicket Club a committee to ar
ranged a Cricket Club dinokor the
date and place for such entertain
ment to bo announced later.
Finke fc Co.. florist, Fort
street, opposite the Catholic
church, have quilo a rush of or
ders in hand for funeral decora
tione. A number of chaste do
signs in croup, wreaths, etc., may
bo Been in the firm's window.
There was a surprise parly tend
ered Mr. and Mrs. W. E Sharp
by about twonty-fivo of their
friends at the Vida Villa last eve
ning. Tho evening passed very
onjnyably. Staging and danoing
were engaged in and a tasty sup
per under tbo supervision of Mr.
Keo was appreciated by all.
The Ministerial Union will hold
jhe next meeting on Monday mor
ning, Oct. V. J, at IU o'olook. M orty
minutes will bo dovotod to person
al recollections of the lata Dr. O.
M. Hyde, at which eorvico all
members will have opportunity to
participato. TbiB will bo followed
by a paper on "Tho Revelation of
St. John" by Eev. B. L. Hawo.
In Grecian and Roman
We have just opencd an elegant line o Ladies' Dress and
Evening Sandals, in Patent Leather, Broti70 and Black, em
broidered vamps. New designs, one and two straps, and the
Grecian fold. The very pink of exquisite taste, essentially
full dress in every detail.
These are just in' season for the Boston Lyrics and Clay
, Don't tail to see these, before.buying elsewhere.
v Mclnerny Shoe Store.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I. JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," nnd It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
Ikndred Thousand Dollars has been paid
in on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. Dilling
ham, owning 2oo shares of stocl., Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farl.me, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wright, owning 50 shares, and Cec'i
Brown, owning 3O share!, and that allr
residents of Honolulu, in the Island ot
Oahu.; and It also appearing to inetl- .1
said corporation lias compiled with .' .ne
provisions of the Banking Act of iffM.
required before commencing bul'iess, and
Is lawfully entitled to comme,-.e tne Busi
ness of banking, permission i therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, Ll..
1 1 ED," to commenie sucli business.
uivuiN under my nana ana uii
seal of the Department of the
SEAL. J" Interior, tills 5U1 day ot Sep-
We take pleasure In announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags, suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash to and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTtER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 563.
. . -u, Jr.Jr. ,j, .-i , , ,r, LJ. .-,,.-.-., -. .irj-i.,,. 1 jjyrlr f
JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Painting, Irimming and Mann
Kino J-Joi'MCMlioeingf a Specinlty
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
Queen Street near Fort.
The' above is a true and faithful copyi
th? Certificate granted to The First Ameri-
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of tiiS.j.
E. M. BOYD.'
MANUEL . NUNES,
TAKO I'ATCII KIDDLES.
Workir.tnthlp .nil Material Guarantee!. Herein
llsn :: No. 2iK KINO e
Jose le Espirito Satt
King street, - to doori below Punchboul llnl
Grixitn.iH, : UUulelQC,
TARO PATCH TIDDLES.
Workmanship anl rraterlal cuarante.J. Rereulli
534 FORT ST.,
Near comer ot Chaplain I
Cleaning nl Repalrlnc l Short Nolle,
and In tin bet poitlbl. manner.
O. A. GKOTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR
CIotlittH) mailo u orilor at a rtnuniiah-e
co.t. Clothes clcoiioil, ropalutl art!
djcil. KinttX-niiN work KUaruuiuod.
U. bix '280. Union trct, tionolu.i.
II. I. 1-6S
" And wliat a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
O To Manila.
Am Now Showings
Real Maltese Lace and Insertion,
Real and Imitation Valencienes Lace
and Insertion, Real Torchon Lace and
Insertion, Embroidered Lisse; Ivory,
Edel, Guipure, Malines Lace and In
The above are my personal pur
chases in England, and are worthy of
different shades and colors in high
grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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