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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 27, 1899.
Cnptnin Cinno of Iho Towu
Football Tuatn 1ms called n meet
ing of tho football euthuRitistB of
the city for tomorrow nftemoon nt
C o'clock iu tlio Y. M. 0. A. If
tbo people iulereHtert do not turn
out at tho tiieetinu it jb very pro
bnbl" Hint the consideration of tli
propoaitiou in ruin by the Onlifor
nin team will be dropppd for
The main trouble that tbo' Towu
Team is experiencing is the an
willinDHBB of foolbnll men out
eide of this orgnuizntinn to join in
nud in ul;e up n tenia ti give them
prnctico. It is BiigpcAtvu by boiiio
tbut tho Punnhou tenm be np
pronched on this matter. Tbo
beuefit would certainly bo mutual.
Parclia'rm of IIik AntlnfiP.
The purchasers of tbo Antiopo
were not mentioned in the stoiy
of the voasel iu the Bulletin
yesterday. They ar- h follows:
Alexander & Bnklwiu, John Scott
of Waiuaku pluntntiou, Captain
Mateon and Fral Whitney. Cap-;
tain Murray retains a fourth iu
torost in the t-hip atid reiunius
master of the venae!. It is under- '
) , Htood tint tho price paid for tho ,
'. ' Autiope was $18,000. It ii biijiI
that tbiH moderate sum whs paid
, on nccount of the fact that it take
buoIi a large amount of linllriHt to
Jit out the vessel when bIio poes
out from a port without fieiyht.
Tlit Orliruni. i
Tomorrow, Stitimliiy evenitip,
the prand reopening of the Or
phnum Theatri- tnkes pluce.
Atuouu Hit new attractious will
Byrou and llnuil in their no
rolnlic comedy sketch "I'ho Awk
waid Squad." Mies Mindell 1'Vrn
JJrefuBs in her original miming
auil dancing bkotcb "A. Private
ltehoiraal," also the talontt-d
young American voculiht Guy
LiviuBton. who appeals in her
latest Kuwi'csee. Other urtinin
whoso papulnrity iHiiliendy estab
lisli d here will nltM rontriluite
their quota ti the eveni'iiu' enter
y Anions the buokiugi pe Aust
ralia for San Francit-co are J. Wil
liamp, A. FriednnthaljE.A. Fraaer,
Frank Curtis, F L. LlnogH, T H
1 Alexander. It. U. Pratt ainl wifn
and tbo Clny ( lu.eu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-Kl.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CC
eSPIbI Its B f3 ril? tl or t$f
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tson of all Pianos in
the World !
-V57" do: "st ?
BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all
others before any of the American Pianos now manufactured
BECAUSE they stand lo-day the recognized repre
' sentative of the highest development in artistic and scientific
Their position was not gained'1
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence 1
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Progress Bloolc, .Fort, St.
Sole Afients for ChlcUerlnR, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..
An important notice to fruit im
porters is given by the lioHrd of
Agriculture under New Today,
E Bonner has Ecvored hia con
nection with the Pticitio Hardware
Go. and will etik-r the otlico of
Heny Wiiterhouie fc Co.
A now cottage of eight rooms
with all improvementa; two lota
each 125x75, all on College street
for aalo. See F01 Salo column.
TiaustiortB Tartar, Mannentse,
Olympia, O.ty of Peking, i't'tiuflyl
vania aud Newport aro duo to
ntrivefroni the (JoaBt very thortlj.
There it only ono Jeese Moore
Whinkey iu the world aud that 18
cold and puro. Lovejoy k Co.,
are distributors for tho Hawaiian
1 ho Waialua Agricultural Co ,
Lid , will cIoho iln books to trans
fer from Saturday, Oct. 28 to
Wtdueaday, Nov. 1, U)d, inclu
eive. Seo New Today.
One of the soldiers who wa9 in
the White House n couple of
nighti ngn was fined $4 and costs
on the charge of drunkenness
which was cbatigod from that of
Dark Woolbahra n nival tbio
morning from Newcastle with a
full cargo of i'otl, havini; left that
port on the 11th of September.
Captain Williamson h accom
panied by his wife.
The creat niuuibt, Friedeuthal.
gives his last aud farewell recital
in tbo Y. M C. A ball tomorrow
(Saturday) oveutuc. Mr Fri
dentbal will bo assisted by Mossrs
li. II Marx aud H. 11. Alott
Smith, tbo entile proceeda to be
handed ovor for Iho benefit cf tho
Y. M. 0. A.
The 1". II. 1. bai iiuet will be
held promptly at 8 o'clock tliin
evcutui! to nive those luteudint' to
eco the glove coutost at Indepen
dent 1'arlc Huliicient time to (ittiul
the some. Members who have
kindly contributfd to tho 6iipp-r
aro requested to tie promptly on
hand at 7:'- ' p. m. for theiustalla
tiou of officer'.
What tourists and travelers
really t-hnuld purcliase is norue
tliiut: that will Inst, something
that will ewr remind them of '.his
Pacific "Paradise." Tho "Aloha
Collection of Hawaiian Songs," is
the only article, that will fully sat
isfy. Price i'i. For sale at tho
Hawhiinn Ilazaar, Mnonic Tom
plo, corner Hotel and Alakea
Camariiio's has just lauded vs.
Australia a full lino of Grape?,
Plume, IVnobee, Applets, Harlett,
Peate, Orance, Lmuoii8, Celery,
Onbliage, C!oulitlowei, Uurbauk
Po'ntoe. Onions, Dates, Dritd
Fiue, Apbirti'il NutH, Salinun,
LMouiiderp, Halibut, Onion, East
eru and California Oysteri (in tin
aud rliell), Tuikr-y, Cbicteu,
Uuck, etc., etc "
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlair her recent Eastern visit, 'these elegant Roods comprise OPERA CAPES,
WaK, MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARPS, and NECKWEAR of the rlchst
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions. HATS In the very latest Eastern
styles. Also Fringes and Butterny Effects. ,,.,.,,
During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements maybe made by ringing up
i mBmi 7,
Oft JH&fl 1 I LfrjJW M M A
m IEm&i wWjw(i$
a Mmfr t vt ?"-r-r-r2
m (L-l j
LOST HUM Of 6IIO.
A Eoldier from the Transport
Ohio, Die by name, claims that
he was robbel of $140 iu gold
while bleeping in a certain lodg
iog bouse ou LSeretania street near
St. Louis College kept by a
woman who gave her uame to a
police otb'cor ns Mra. Hearst. Dji
claims that bo went into the
houso lato last niglit and aked
for a room. Ho was alighlly un
der the influence of liquor but
knew that ti key to the nuuiww
refused him. He prepared for
bed, hung up bis tiouseru and
turnrd in. Sometime during the
night th- room was outeio.l, a
holx cut iu Iih pocket, aud tho
When interviewed by tho police
officer the woman elated that Dfo
had paid her for tho room and
that ebo enw silver and gold in
his pocket when he did eo. Tho
police tire still working en the
Pollen court Nlfi.
Iu the Police Ooart yesterday
foronoou the following cases were
disposed of: McPhorbon, larceny
in the second degree, continued
until moved on. Hnkia, gambling,
310 and costs; W. E. Miller, com
mon nuisance, nollo pros d; oam
Knloo, gambling, $20 and co9ts;
Wo. larron, of tuo Troopsbip
Ohio, assault and battory on Pat
rolman Wolbore, nolle pros.
PARIS In Honolulu, October t!7,
totliowlte of ICdwiu II. Paris, a
Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's, crea-
tton. I he Australia has just
brought us this iuv sho.
tuixCt. frc-li from the factory, and
rOHOE? the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will .fit with period
comfort, and always retains
w Mnlnornu Qhno Qtnro
IIIUIIIUIIIJ UIIUU UIUIUI
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
HIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," .ind it satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Pive
Hindred Thousand Dollars has been paid
in on amount of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank a-" B. P. Dllllng
ham, owning 200 shares of stocl., Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wright, owning 50 shares, and Ccc'i
Brown, owning 30 sliarec, and that all
residents of Honolulu, hi the Island ot
O.ihu.; and It also appearing to metl" .(
said corporation has complied with .''' .ie
provisions 01 Hie liaiming Act ci tbii.
required before commencing bii'hess, and
Is lawfully entitled to commr e the busl
ness of banking, permission is therefore
HEREBY UIVl:N to " THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OP HAWAII, LIJV.
1TED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Department of the
SHAU Interior, this 5U1 day of Sep-
We have on band a nice line of dust covers, to spread over the buggy
when not In use. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
We irake Tenls, Awnings, Canopjes, Machinery Covers, and In fact
anything in the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
JAMES A. KING,
MlnUterof the Interior.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Piling, Trimming anil Ibilk
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Port. 1128.
The above Is a true and faithful copy
tin Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1SS4.
E. M. BOYD,
Mio - Secretary
TAKO PATCH FIDDLES.
Woiktninihtp ani Material OuarantMj. Hl -a
113(1 :: Xo. 219K KINO
Jose ie Esiito Moi
Klnc Mrtel. - too doors below Punchbowl mil
' MANUFACTURER Or
GuitiirH, : lTlcii.lolei
TAKO PATCH FIDDLES.
Wotkmanttilp an! material cuaranteeJ RtptHi'
?34 FORT ST.,
Near corner ol CnaplalnLat.
Cleaclne and Keoalrlne at Sburt'otUe.
and In the beat pottlbl. aanny.
0. A. GHOTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR.
Ciotlit'H innilit tn orilor tit k rcaMinnUa
i'o.t. Ciotlit'H rlcrtiml, rojmlrfil arri
ilyt'il. Flrst-diiKH work punranteed. i
O. Iotx UtO. V11I011 fctrcot, HotiolUiC
H. I. 121E
I Am Now Showings
-& A few pieces of French
Organdie and Fancy Pique, up-to-date
Ne;' York style, and well worth
different shades and colors in high
grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
pioBgiMa Moic' fir