Newspaper Page Text
?HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 31, 1899.
TOWSEON OMAHA EXHIBIT I
Captain Towse, Hawori's Com
missioner to the OmahkrExposi
tion, returned incite Gaelic tbis
morning nccompnnWH by his wife.
Asked about matters-at Ibo f xpo
sition of interost bero Captain
Towso gave a Bulletin reporter
tlio following points:
'Tho Omaha Exposition closes
touight with a grand parade and
fireworks and, if tbo weather id
good, tbero will bo between sixty
Htitl aov.'iity thousand people pro
sent. Tomorrow Seorotary Long
wi 1 begin the work of packing np
Hawaiils oxbiblt. Part of this
will bo left in the Stoles to be
forwarded to Paris should there
b) an Hawaiian exhibit. This
work finished Mr. Logan will pro
003d to his homo in tho east, re
turning to Honolntn in timo for
"There is no doubt whatever iu
my luiud aer to the success of Ha
waii's exhibit in Omaha. A large
n imbot of travelers and mouej o.l
men will undoubtedly bo coaxed
to the Islands by what they saw
a ad hoard of tho country at the
oxposition. School teachers aud
children spent a lot of timo at
Hawaii's exhibit and, through
t'lem, a vast lot of information
will b? distributed throughout tho
-i'Tuu school section of tho ex
Dibit wau a complete surprise to
overybody and the exhibit as li
whole undoubtedly dispolled false
improssions about Hawaii from
thu heads of many people. I
have heard intelligent people at
tho oxposition ask such questions
a: 'Are thero any modorn build
ings in Hawaii?' and 'Have you
o cctrio lights" there?'
"I think that you will Bee in
the noar future tho good results of
tho exhibit. Money has certainly
lv en raiulo for the Islands by it."
The bluejaoket who escapul
from Lieut. Ilickartl at Camp Mc
I Kinloy yesterday morning was
captured last evening by Officer
Limbert. Tho fellow was dressod
in tho uniform of a soldier but,
he still woro his bluejacket clothes
underneath.. When token before
Lieut. Rickhard ho was identified
as Ihe right mini. "
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RhMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CO
1000 copies Sheet Music, 15c per
copy. Catalogue free.
Reginu and Stella Music Boxes at Reduced Prices.
l Beau Ideal Strings,
I - ' -.
yUf Violins, WWW'W'WW
We are selling good Mandolins and Guitars from $3.50 to $20.
-Sole Agents for MaurCr Mandolins and Martin Guitars,
Hawaiion Songs. Soo page 8.
Tho rainfall for tho month has
been '1.02 inches.
The Qaelio sails for tho Oriout
at G o'olock this ovouiug.
For dress shirt at seventy-five
couta go to Whitnoy & Maiuh.
W. II. 8ima left iu the Kinau
to-day for a ttip to the Volcauo to
Presidout Dole did not coino iu
at all today from his Waikikt cot
tigo by the sra.
0 S. S. Australia for Sau Fran
01BCO at i o clock tbis H.teruoou.
Mail closes at 3 o'clock.
In the Polico Court this fore
noon All Up was uueu Sol' ami
costs on tho chargo of unlawful
posses-ion of opium.
Sorao of tho Olaudino's pnsson
gers for K.hhlui and jway ports
thin afternoon, ato: II. P. Bald
win, V. Dueu, aud J. J. Cannon.
O and 0 S S Dorio sailed for
San Fraucisco early this morning
with all the passengers from Ho
nolulu that could be accommodat
ed. Moiinpa- Frank L. Hoogs ol tho
Star leaves today iu the Australia
for 11 well earned vacation trip.
Mr. Hooga intouds to bo away
about six weeks.
Aliai and Eailiuli, two native,
were each tin oil S110 and cos's
iu the Polico Court this forenoon
on the charga of selling spirituou
liquor without a liconse
All membors of tbo Enmoha
meba Alumni Association are
notified that thero will be an im
portant moetiog on Friday eveu
ing in tho usual place.
Tho entry book for tho inviln
tion tournament of the PaciGo
Tennis Olnb will open tomorrow
with Frank Atheiton, secretary of
tho P. T. C, at tho Bnuk of U-i
waii. It is hoped Hint thore will
bo a largo number of entries bo
that the tournament may prove a
Tho veteran comedian Jim Pout
accompanied by his wife, May
Aabloy, lcavo for the Const thin
afternoon. Tho family dog
"Rouiay" came nertr having his
passport stopped ou account of a
sorap ho entered into yesterday iu
which his opponent finally refun
ed to answor the call of "time."
Another football mcotiuu is tn
be called during tho wock. Cap
tain Crano says he feels confident
that tho football men will soon be
in a position to accept tbo proposi
tion of tho University of Califor
nia. Many of the players of tho
city havo pledged their word that
that tney will be nut on thu field
when wanted, to give tho Town
team practice. The ouly thiug
that seomB to remain in the finan
cial support of the business ruon
of the city.
cimm:m: xtudentk on this uoiur.
f&5 i LjyisjamUJrrvL -AT1
-K KL--XCliiVV i
KT H lij ShlTSO fcift .l
iHU H t Ar V Wwa
Anotlier gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this imv sho,
fash from .the factory, and
the very latest for this teason.
.This shoe is anatomically
correct, will Ifit with ported
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
We lme on hand a nice Hup nf dust corns, to :pread over the buggy
hen not in uv. Also Clothrs inul Laundry U.igs, Cnrpe.iter.lAprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
Weirnke rents, Awnings, Cnnnples, Machinery Covers, an J In fact
any thin); In the line of canv.it work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Tebphone 5G5.
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 J
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
apptarinc to me that the sum of Five
HtnJred Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank arc B. F. Dllllnjf
ham, owning 200 shares of stoc!., Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W Mac
farlane, owning 23 shares, Bruce Cart
wright, owning 50 shares, Slid CccU
Brown, owning 3G shares, and thit all
residents of Honolulu, In the Island ot
Oaliut and It also appearing to me t) .t
said corporation has compiled with a1' ne
provisions nf the Hanking Act ot iffii.
required before commencing bul'iess. and
Is lawfully entitled to comim .e the busl
ncss of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LIJV.
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and tht
seal of the Department of the
S1.AU Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The abov e Is a true and faithful copy .
tht Certilic ite granted to 'i he First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act nf 1834.
E. M. BOYD,
itiQ n Secretary.
Guitars, U k u i e I e
TAHO PATCH riDDIES,
Workn.nthlp tnd Mattrl.l Guirintud. kitiitf
llan :: No. 210 K KINO tr
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Painting, Tinning and Mitring
F'iiio I loi'HCHhooinjj' a Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
Queen Street near Fort.
Kins lrtct, - tv 0 Joor ttlow Punchtowt itttl
Grxiitars, t TJlculole
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
WorkiTunjhlp nJ mtterUI EUifintted, Rnllti
OHAKLES CRAMER, '
?34 FORT ST.,
Nttr comer of ChipltU UM
Ctetnlne and Rtpilrlnc at Short NoUn,
ant la tin btH potiltU mukt ;
0. A. GKOTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR
Clo'.heH nmilo to order Ht a roHMuK
cost. Clothi'H tlciiiietl, ro)lrcil acd
dyed. Flrnt-claks ork gtinraiitee1. I".
O. bix 280. Uiilun Btroot, Hocola.n ,
H. I. '--
'"ranging in prices from Si 5 to jsioo.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Prberess Bloolsi, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for ChlcKerlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
-esAloha 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
her recent Eastern visit, 'ihese elegant gooJs comprise OPERA CAPES,
ANTUlNcllc s-.aki3, anu NEirwwcttn 01 me ricnest
WAISTS 1 MARIR
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions,
styles. Also Fringes and Buttertly bttecis.
rwincr ti. nnrrri Season. M ss K can has arrangeo a
PnlffiMirc nf th Ifitoet Pnrkl.lll StvltS.
Special Engagements may be madeby ringing up
HATf 'n the very latest Eastern
special department for
Tweuly-oriP Chinese "etudontb"
arrived in tho Dorio yostnrdny
aud Fonghtontrancn to the lHliiuda
on certificates which did not
comply with the law. Special
Agoot Hrowu refused tbom laud
idc nud tlioy went on in the Doric.
Tho eitificaten woro tnndo iut ir
Honolulu ttud nro ituiomplctn nml
ueelees for tho purpoBos of laud
ing becanao of tho failnn) to (
euro endorsement by oflicitls in
Ohinn. Tbis makes a total ol
about 44 studouU who hnvtt been
IIAIIKY Gll.I.IQItOUrill HiniCII.
Now York, Oclolipr 2l."-It is
annonnofd hero that Hanj F.
Qilliu ia com in ( home frm Knp.
laud for thepurposoof orgnniziui;
a corps of roush ridera for tor
vico in South Africa agaiuat tho
Boors. It i'b eaid that he will be
asBiatod by a Dumber of mr-n who
served in Rooservolt's command
daring tho war of thotUuited
States against Spain. It is stated
that uo attempt will bo mado to
arm or equip the mon here, hut
that they will be eulisted here and
placod ou a war footing either in
England or at Cape Town.
, The Qa'rn Hpeakn.
"Balmoral, October 23. The
news of tho important successes
at Glencoa and Elands Laagto has
boon received with tho groatost
satisfaction by the Queen. While
admiring the bravery of tbo troops
uor majoBty is deeply grieved by
tho heavy losses to hor troops, and
I especially tho loss of so many vs.
I Am Now ShowiM
AJew pieces of French
Organdie and Fancy Pique, upto
date Nev' York styie, and well worth
different shades and colors in high
grade Japanese Silks.
No. 10 FORT ST.
, aS- .?!
t ? '
!. " 1
i - ' Jktn.1
i . mimh .tvuifl.vv