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THE BVBNUfO BPLLltTIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 1, 1899.
STAND BY GREAT BRITAIN)
New York, Oot. 24. A epocini
to tbo Henild from Wnshiagtou
Clifton II. Hreokcnriilge, Unit
ed States Ministor to Raesia, du
riuu the sucond Cleveland ndrain
iatration, ia nu intorviow stated
that in caso any cation or combi
nation of nutions should attempt
to embarrass England in the pres
ent war in South Africa it would
be tbo imporativo duty of tbo
United B.aiea to take the part of
Great Britain and enatain her
with oar wbolo moral and ma
terial utmngtb. HoHfiul:
"Great Britain's aotion in Houth
Afrioa ia in line with tbo dnty
and development of tbo Anglo
Saxon raco. In her present strug
gle Bbo deaervte the unanimous
suppoit of the Amoiioan people.
In case othqr European nations
should, through international
jealousies attempt to retard her in
the olear and simple, dnty she is
performing at tbia time the con
duct of tbo United States should
bo determined by considerations
mightier than mero politionl ex
pediency or political precedents.
We should be enjoined by every
Bentimont of patriotism and every
tin of racial kinship to stand
shoulder to shoulder with our
brethren norosa tbe pea.
THE BUST YACHT WON.
London, Ootober21. The Dai
ly Graphic thinks tbo Shamrock
was handicapped by Mr. Fife's
illness, and that she was not suffi
ciently tried before the cup races.
"The 8bamrock,"8nystbe Graphic,
"has been badly beateu in her
own weather, but so good a sports
nan as Lipton will not grudge the
time and money spent."
The Daily Mail sayB: -The
test is decisive The Shamrock
is second best to tbe Columbia.
Now that it is all over, the Ame
ricans might tell us. in n frieirdly
way how it was done. Whether
they are bettor builder or better
yachtsmen, or both, wo should not
be surprised to Bud that tbe Amn
rican superiority lies in the na
tional mastery of detail, which
their-'forte alio in manufacture '
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RhMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CO
1000 copies Sheet Music, 15c per
copy. Catalogue free.
Reglnn and Stella Music Boxes at Reduced Prices.
Beau Ideal Strings,
We are selling good Mandolins and Guitars from S3.50 to $20
Sole Agents tor Maurer Mandolins and Martin Guitars.
fl' jiV7H F VLp
ranging in prices from 15 to fcioo.
THE BERGSTROM JDSIC CO.,
Proeress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlnj;, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pi.inoi.
' y.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.fa.
OPERA :: SEASON :: 6000S.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
Hih Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
HAT? 'n the very latest Eastern
a special department for
J..-1 I 4 Cotm .flfl ill... .I.mnt frnnrte fnmnrlo. riPKIJA rADCC
WAISTS.. MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of tlie present new ion anu rans lasmons
Durlne the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged
Co fleurs of the latest r aristan siyies.
Special Engagements may be
UOtKll9 f HiVHlvn ... .-..-. .v 1
styles. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
madeby ringing up
I LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Hawaiian 8ooge. Boo pago 8.
O. P Wilder basgono to Kalm
lai lor n fow (lays.
W. H Gummirjga left for Japiiu
in tbe Gaolio yesterday.
The U. S. S. Newark leaves this
aftiuuoon Ht 2 o'clock for Mauiiu.
Attorney A. G. Oorrea left for
Kiaai in tho W. U. Hall jester-
American Moaaenger oorviet
Hasouio Temple. TolephoL't
Tbe Hawaiian Trnmwiyn Co.
his di elated a dividend of live
For sain or exobangu denirnble
house ot five looma. Bee For Side
There will bo a cricket mntch nt
the uaual tino and pi boo Ontuidiy
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Poet loft for
San Francisco in the Australia
Oivil Borvico rules nt the Home
Bakery Cafe. Everything acru.
There were several enjoyable
parties given last night in observ
ance Hallow e'en.
U. A. lienbt-rg anu 11. J., Jw-ii-berg
left foi Maui io tbo Glaudiue
W. A. Baldwin, 0 F. Fetoreon
and B. D. Baldwin left for Kauai
iu the Mikabata yosterday.
'Tried and True." The Mil
waukee Puncture Proof Tiro, at
bailey's Honolulu Cyclery.
Tiio Amateur Orobestra rehear
t-oa iu tbo Y. M. 0. A. this even
ing, beginning at 7 o'clock.
Tbe Peerless Pieserving Ptiut
Co. has rotnoved tb. ir olllco to
King street near Fort atreot.
Nenrly all tho ciweH iu tbo Po
lic-i Court this forenoon wen
either nolle pios'd or set for other
The membpie of tho Clay Clo
moot Co. were greeted by a large
number of friends on the Oceauic
On and after Tuesday, Novem
ber 7, tho Kinan will anil from
Honolulu nt 12 noon instead of nt
1 p. m. as heretofore
Tho McNear, Captain Andrew
Johnson, is shipping a mixed
crew. She will sail November 2
at 2 o'clock, in ballast.
Tho band played its usual fare
well concert on tbe Oceanic wharf
yesterday afternoon previous to
tho departure of the Australia.
Hallowe'en in Honolulu last
ni(iht was noticeable by ati absence
of tbe practical jok s that go with
the evening, as a matter of com He
in tho States.
Tbe regular annnnl meeting of
tbo stockholders of E. O. Hall it
Son, Ltd., will be held on Thurs
day , Nov. 2, at 2 p. iu,, at Hip olhce
of tho Company.
Among tho pnB9ongera for Kau
ai porta in tbo "W. G. Hall yester
day wero tbo following: H. Isen
b;rj. Captain Dasher and wife
and J. L, Buchaonu.
F. M. Brooks has returned to
Honolulu to stay, after an enjoy,
able trip to the Stated. W. T.
Macpborsoa of the Bntte football
team accompanio him.
.Tea. F. Morgan will hold i.n
auction enlo of Calcutta uug h
bags on Saturday, Nov 4th, at
11 a.m., at his sales room, Queen
street. Seo ad on page 8.
The Chinese stewaid from the
loltrni came nsbore thin moriiiug
to secure somo stores for thf ship.
He nns noticed coming by the po
lice tad returned to his ship.
AtftntKiu is drawn to nlt.ru
lioiiB in the time table of the IV
cilia Mnil Steamship Co., the Cn-nadian-Aut-trnlian
ltiyal Mnil S.
fl. Co. and the Oceauic Sbrtmsbip
The monthly meeting of the
Board of SupeiviBDra of the Free
Kindorgarteu Association will be
held Friday morning, Nov. ?), at
0:80 o'clock in Queen Emma
Tbe S C Allon, Captain George
S Johnson, and the Mary Foster,
Capt Thompson, both sail today
for San Frarcisco at 2 o'clock.
Being nnablo to obtain cargoes of
sugar, they will sail in ballast.
Camarino's has just landed ex
Australia a fnll lino of Grapes,
Plume, Peaches, Apples, Barlott,
Pears, Oranges, Lemons, Colery,
Cabbage, Cauliflowor, Burbank
Potatoes, Onions, Dates, Dried
Figs, Assorted Nuip, Salmon,
Flounders, Halibut, Crabs, East
ern and California Oysters (in tin
and 1 hell), Turkey, Chiokon,
Duck, etc., it t. .
j& i inc. q-
m trv S'f
Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
irought us this new sho3,
fresh from the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will fit with perfect
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, da
hereby certify and make hnown, that 3
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIKST AMERICAN BANK OP HA
WAI1, LIMITED," and It satisfadorUj;
appearing to me that the sum of Fhro
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been naM!
In on account of its capital stock, that the
Directors of satd Bank are B. F. DIIIIbr
ham, owning 200 shares of stock, Marie P
Robinson, owning 200 shares. G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cat
wrlght, owning 50 shares, and CecX
Brown, ow nlng 36 share:, and that all
residents of Honolulu, In the Island ci
Oalm; and It also appearing to me tl A
said corporation has compiled with ;' ra
provisions of the Banking Act oi iffir,
required before commencing business, and
is lawfully entitled to commr e tne oust
riess of banking, permission
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LlaA
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and tha
seal of the Department of U
SCAl. Interior, this $th day of Sen-
1 r . r r- -. . ......
JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
We have on hind a nice line of dust covers, to bpread over the buggy
vv hen not In use. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter 1 Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
We rrake Te.its, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In" fact
a lathing In the line of canvas uork.
The above Is a true and faithful copy
tin Certificate granted to The Firt Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under tbe
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD.
1319 o Secretary.
I Minufictum .1
iGuitars. U ku lelea
TARO PATOII FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guarante4.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 FortMreet. Telephone 565.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
pairing, Piiinliiigfriiiiiig.aiKl lliilcliig
Kino IJut'HOHhocinfj a Speciality.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
Queen Street near Fort.
JDiiti lie Espirtto SiidIm,
King Mrrtt. - two doora below PuadabowlMa
Griiitavs, : XJUulole,
TARd PATCH FIDDLES.
Warkoanihlp nl miHtlil euarantttl. R(K
SJ4 FORT ST.,
Near comer of Chapliai I
Cleaning anil Hepalrlnr at Short Nodoa.
and la tb. best ponlbla ana.tr.
I 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.
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clothe mtile to utoui t reatn'uU.
cot. ClothoH tloHtiftl, repaired iM
dyed. Flrct-clHtiM'worU guaranUXMt. K
O. Ix.x 280. Union ttreot, IIoanSs.u
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