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ENINU BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBEIt 28, 1899.
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ON HIGH I
Ssutft Cruz do Toneriffe, Oct.
1(.). Tbo brig Juliann Bchblosaer,
rfCftitly arrived here on ber way
to Brazil, aud rHiinrtnl that dur
ing her voynue, tbo heltusnun had
murdered the CnjMnin, the Cnp
tiin'fl wifp and tlw Mntt". Tbo
Brazilian Consul asked assislamc
from the" authorities and thp
Spanish cruiser. Iof uta Itmbol
jfja, aont several boats' crows to tho
nrju They were tired on by tht
brio's crew and the mnriurn re
spited, finally hnnriltaf! the htip.
4 x Eleven seamen then jnuiptd over
"" board, but wn rescued by the
cruiser's IhhIb, uml are now im
prisoned, 'llu lielinKUinn com
milted suicide. Atiother minder
cd man wmh found on bonid.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
THi: O.NTAHIO t'AIUSfcT.
Toronto, Ojt. 1'.) The re-cou-strncled
Ontaiio Cabinet will be
sworn iu by His Honor Lie-He-nauf-Governor
Filzpatrick on Sat
urdny. It is pretty well H'surod
that the portfolios will be dis-
tributed as follow: Hon. G. V.
llon, Premier and Provincial
Secretary; Hon. J. M. Gibson. At-torney-Gnnoral;
lion. 11 Hnr
court. Education; Hon. E. J.
l)avip, Crown Laud?; lion. .F. 1.
Strnttou, Treasurer; Hon Mr.
Latohfotd, Public Works; Hon
J.T. Uarrow mid Hon. William
Urty, Minister without port
folios. Mr. Hardy will not b im
modiately appointed to the Heuch,
but will bo made Dominion Con -missioner
at tbo Paris Exposition.
IP YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
I EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
AtlillrHllon anil tlir Hiiiiiiri lu.
London Oct. 20. Tho Timfs
corresriondt says: lho "'"Model,
cestion of. BubmUtint; the bitnonrj 7
question W arbitration does not
meet wilhy.ppioval in twituoiitn
tive qiMUrb here "
Jim Kupihe and Win. Vidawpio
busy this forenoon rounding up
blupjicliets from tho Newark wh ,
tnouyb various iuntleitenci',
bud overstated their leao nt-hor. .
The roll of honor among the n.i
lion's defenders is given in On 'I o
WALL, NICHOLS CC
USA T Ohio jot an' for the
Coast yestbulay Btturuoou.
F. K. Archer uhb been appoint
olyuardiau of 1'ulawa, a minor.
Aorangi for the Colonies will bo
despatched at 5 o'clock thU after
noon. A deiuurnr has been filed in
the case of H. L Evans vs. 11 iv..
tacu et als.
How to carvo a turkey. Got n
new set of catveru at E. 0. Hall
& Son, Ltd.
Business circles note rtducliou
in the mtes of eschnuge by the
Tho Quintette club will bo pre
sent at Mrs. G nun's dancing cIiub
in Progress hall next Friday
The Scottish Tim tie Club wi 1
givo a Ualloweve'ti) Smoker
at tbo New Englacd Bakery on
Ptciideut Dole and Minister of
Foreign Affairs Mott Smith made
a call aboard tbo U. S. cruiser
Tho bark 0 D Bryant from
Nanaimo, 13 0, arrived at Kaana
pali with coal yestcrdny morning
at 9 o'clock, 17 days out.
Amoup the arrivals from Koloa
on tho Mikahalatokay, weie: W.
Baldwin, ,T. T. McCioou, D. W.
Audersnu and Kcv. U. seuberg.
Abonl tbo Gret of next motn
brig Wni G. Irwin sails for Siu
Francisco, eompleting her, repairs
on tho inm'iue railway by tliat
Cuptaiu Gregory, formeily of
mo HiGHiuer lwaiaui, will now
coerniud the Kilohana; vice Ca.
taiu Thompson ia transferred to
Tho Havai'ai baal have gave the
Uaiml conct-rt at tho hotel laBt
nvtjuinu. The crowd was not as
tarne as neual i'he singing was
well liked at.d encored repeatedly.
Steamer llinuu urrivisil on time
today from Uiloaud way ports
with the nsuhl largo pitssenger list
and heavy freight. 1'imo from
Lahaina 5 hnu b aud -12 minutes.
Tho Golden ltule Buzinr has
au ulveriiFtMiiunt tu today's Bui.
li:tin that will bo of great inter
est to paople who wish to read tbo
latest books from all our the
All debts oguinst the bark Mc
Near luufct 1b presented beforo !
p. m. .Monda.v, Ujt .) to. iso
claims contructed aflei this date
will lie recognised unless a-.tho
rieol by Cipt. W. B. Godfrey.
Sje New Tcdaj.
m ECftiVX . S
r?r1 IHnMi v . i
Another gem of Isf
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this inw sho1,
frc-h from the fiti tory, and
HOK? the cry Litest for this season,
This shoe is anntmnunlly
lorrett, will (fit with perfect
comfort, and always retains
' Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Wc have on hand a nice liar of dust covers, to spread over the bugcy
w hen not In use. , Also Clothes and Liundry BaRS, Carpenter 'Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
We irake Tenis, Awninss, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In fact
an tlilns In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
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 t
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
PlltST AMERICAN HANK OI: HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearinR to me that the sum of 1-lve
Huidred Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. DllllnR
ham, owning 200 shares of stock, Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
svright, owning 50 shares, and Cec't
Brown, owning 36 share, and that all
residents of Honolulu, in the Island ot
Oahu; and It also appearing to metl a
said corporation has complied with a'' .ne
provisions of the Banking Act oi t84.
is lawfully entitled to comme e the busl
ness of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to " THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LI.V.
I TED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and tht
seal of the Department of the
SI-AL. Interior, tills 5U1 day of Sep
JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The above Is a true and faithful copy
tht Certlficale granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, Under the
provisions of the Banking Act of i8Sj.
TAUO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workinamtitp ml Mtttrlil Gufinll. Refittte.
1 130 : : No. 21PK KTNO m
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, riling, Trimming and 1
l-iii I loi'HCNlioeiii"- iv Sijcinlt.y
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort.
King street, - to doors Ulow Punchbowl mtm
Guitnrw, : Ulculolea.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workntnthlp nd mtttiUI eumntttd. Rtptlrtlt
S34 FORT ST.,
Nr corner of Cbtpltln Latf
Cletnlnr and Krpil'lnt l Short Notlct,
and In th ttt potilbU nunntr,
0. A. GllOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clotlit'M niailu tiMiint tit a roavmahU
cot. Clotlus cleiuiM , repaired acd
iljcil. Klrht-cUxi worK m nriinteed. !
(). liox 2MI. I'nlon ftr. ot, Honolulu
II. I. 1!W8
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tion of al! 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-
Their position was not gained'
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence !
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Progress Block, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for dickering, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Rojal, Pwnos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
. Miss Killean.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever n In Honolulu, being tie SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
.InrhiL' her recent Eaern visit, 'ihese elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES,
WAISTS MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARPS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions. HAT? "n the very latest Eastern
stvles. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects. ,.,.,
styles. ,"'" ' J'"h. c,. 1AI.0 fllln 11c omn.n i cm i rUnirlmmt fnl
uunng ine ui'ci.i jwiun, iiu i"ii."" "' ""." -, , -
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Social Engagements may be made by ringing up
At W ulnlf.
MftiiHgpr 15 ililwin of Wriinen
jjlnntntimi on Khuiu, nrrivud iu
tbo Miknbx'u thi inoruiu. flu
uivfb the only nciteinont t Hint
plnco hh Ikipc tho iuHtnhiien oE h
liig litbdou Iron Worku pump.
Durinp Ihfi lust tbrco dnya or bo,
rnrt tbreo inches of min fell nt
Incae'il In Baltlr,
Lndybmitl), Oclobor 20. 11 a.
m. A di'cpnlcli from Olencoo
envH tlint n Boor pun bus beoD
captured aid (but thn UovonHbiri'
aud Uoret'tsbirrf rrtuieutH are now
onpflgini; tlm UoeiB.
A i:i In KaOIrs.
LoDdon, Oclobcr 20. The uowb
from Glencoo caused a kccup of
wild enthuaiaHm cd tho 8ti;ck Ex
cbniifjH-ud Kiffir3 lueo trt-uiend-ourI).
(Irili rrrt Iu Ullirallur.
Lnudou, October '2(1. The Hri
tieh Channel squadron ba? becu
odorrd to proceed lo Qibraltar
From Labninn, Hilo aud way
porte, per sttur Kinnu, Oct 22 A
Knnauke, J W Cnlhcart, UrHL
Hayeu nnd wtff, Dr It 11 Will
iiims aud wife, Mrs A J Smitliica,
child nud maid, E 11 llecdry, J
W Mbbou, Mra ,T Gibb and son,
PPeck, MraASIaven, Qua Tro
boeae, Misf &I Maby, Mra Geo
Patterson, Miao II Mop tan no, Miss
Maby, Geo lirnnd, Bam'l Parker
Jr, T li Robinson, 13 A Frnaer, 0
J McOunnnbn, V Thompaon,
MIbb W WiBht, G P Wilder aud
wife, E Morton, wifo and child, T
M Stack aud 82 deck.
Am Now Showings
A few pieces of French
Organdie and Fancy Pique, upto
date Nev' York style, and well worth,
different shades and colors in high
grade Japanese Silks.
No. 10 FORT ST.