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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBER 4, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Oity of Peking btougl t
thirty baga of mnil for this port.
Don't mUa tho Sunday Eaglo
the lit iphtfet, cloarest anil clever-,
eat sheet Una side of Friaoo. '
Tho iupii of tho Tartar, Mauau I
eiuo amlNuwpirt woro paid off,
beforo leaviug San Francisco.
Mantua Lbo Annua baa
brought suit for divorce nualiiBt
Annua, otherwise known ns Wong
"How It Feeh To Read the Ail.
vertiaer" ami ''luuulnnty and Idi-
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ooy 111 lomnrrow n ouuuuy
Major Youop, who with his fn.
raily is on tho way (o tho Philip
pine", is a relative of Mr. Sohwit
zor of Sohwitzsr & Co., of Hono
Tho whistlo at the Electric
Light Oo.'fl station is never blown
for transports but "Central" ab-
uoaoccd that Dr. Day, PortPhj
sioiau, cculd not be found and eo
they were blown in order that ho
might get lo tho pilot oflice as
soon as possible.
PBTTIQREW AND AQUINALDO.
Minneapolis, Oct. 27. A special to
tho Journal from Aberdeen, S. D., says:
Ileports from Senator I'ettlgrcw's
incctlnB nt Voonnockct credit him
with having eulogized Agitlnnldo ns a
parlot and hero, and that he never onco
referred to tho achievements of tho
South DaUota Iteglmcnt iu tho Philip
pines. At the conclusion of this por
tion of his mltlrcss ho said: "I nra
nshamed of my country. I would null
down tho nag and go lmcli and blot out
icccnt history If I could."
CIIAPPUM3 FOIt IJXTKNSION.
Washington, Oct. 25. Archbishop
Chapiiello, tho Papal delegate to the
Philippines, has como out for tho per
manent retention of tho Phi Ipplncs If
events demonstrate that policy to bo
tho best to bo adopted by tho United
States. Ho Is out for expansion un
qualifiedly. Tho Archbishop paid n
larcwell call today on Secretary Hoot
Itm Wfnn tlnno ! IMflll f flttll Ifllol Plllt-
cd nt tho Statu Department, whero ho
had a tnlk with Secretary Hay.
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IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
TO RECALL WILDMAN.
Portland. Or., Oct. 21. Tho Ore
gonlan says: Tho recall from his post
of duty of It. Wlldman. United States
Consul General nt Hongkong, la Immi
nent. It Is said ho Is to bo relieved
from duty for cause, and tho "causo" Is
his promlnenco with tho affairs of
Agnlnnldo, tho Filipino rebel. Tho
succssor ti Wlldmnn will bo Dr. Ed
ward Ucdloe. United States Consul at
Canton, who was recently called to
WALL, NICHOLS CO
1000 copies Sheet Music, 15c per
copy. Catalogue free.
Reglna and Stella Music Boxes t Reduced Prices.
Beau Ideal Strings,
We are selling good Mandolins and Guitars from S3.50 to $20
Sole Agents for Maurer Mandolins and Martin Guitars,
ranging in prices from S15 to ;5ico.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Sugar, 4 u-lG.
Col. Ruhlin is hustling thiutzn
in preparing tho IrouepulB to go
on their way.
Thero will be eerviees iu Eng
list) at Kawhiatmo church tomor
Geo. Svinons, the Jlii ish lend
or wouudtd in tho Gleuceo light,
died fioin wound.
"Ooue pumped, pumped for a
month," Puncturo Proof Milwau
kee Tire at Bailey'n.
Go out to the football grouuds
aud eee tho gtuue this atteruoou-
It will bo a gold one.
Tho Central Union Chinch
choir will luei t in tho ueiul place
at (3:15 o'clock this evening.
Tho Honolulu Stoclc Yards Co., Ltd.,
Is now prepared for livery nnd board
ing business at their King Street Sta
bles. Tho batket bnll game at Pulia
tion yesterday was vou by ibe
Co-aid by n acore of 2 to 0 ng-iiiint
members of the faculty.
Photographs of City of lVkiug
and tho uartior can bo obtained nt
tho Le Munyou Photo Supply
Co., Fort ttreet utnr Hotel.
Miss Cora Paaabaker has been ,
elected president and Misi Aunic
lorbo3, feoretary of tho new
Kinilerynrteu Club, organised
Thero will be a celebration of
tho Holy Communion at tho !):15
servieo of the Cougiegatiou of St.
Andrew's Cathedral Suudoy
Mr. Gero has been promoted to
take tho position iu tho Paciiio
Hardware Co.' Bolhel btroet store
left vacaut by tho resignation of
of air. Ueutier.
A large kukniuut tieo linn fall
on across tho Govornmnut road in
Tantalus in tho valley this side ot
Mr. Schmidt's place. Tim lload
Supervisor has been notified.
Two soldiers of ouo of tho trans
ports now iu tho harbor attempted
to get away in the Edward JMny
this morning but woro caught by
Officer Kupihea and put ashore
The officers of tho Oily of Pe
king are a follows: Captain
Smith, Cliiof Officer M-iinwniing,
Chief Euyiueer McClure, Ouiuf
Steward Carpenter, Hurgeou
Mrs. Capt. Wm. Thompson, who
has beon spending the last two
month with her son Mr. H. M.
Dow, will leave on the Alameda,
tho tenth, for her home Ewt Port
An IIim P.lrimr Pl.nl i lnln Imr
berth this morning, Col. Ncbt C
Hni'ca rtTollriiii litu?rt ill.) Irnlr
Tho hoys of tho 31st Regiment
catching Bight of him proved hi-.!
popularity by giviug htm three '
ronsing cheers aud a tiger. I
Among tho pa'sengors on thai
transport Taitar is Mr Thomas!
U. lialbfus of WnBhington, D. C,
a veteran nf tho late civil war, and
an olu Washington journalist.
Mr. Kttllifua wudisbursing clorl:
of tho House of Representatives
at Washington for a number of
years. Hn is now chiof dork to
Major Carroll M- rcer coamissary
ffi m 2teV
Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this inw sho,
fresh from the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will fit with pcrlect
comfort, and always retains
nclnerny Shoe Store,
KNOW AM. MEN II Y TJlKSH
I'linSCNTS. that I, JAMKS A. KINO,
Mlnlntcr of tho Intel lor of tho Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify and
inaKe known, that 1 havo examined
Into the condition of "THK H1IIST
AMCUICAN HANK OK HAWAII.
I.IMITCI)," nnd It Batlnfactorlly ap
pearing to lac that tho aum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been
paid In on account or Its capital stock,
that the Directors of said Hank are II
K. Dillingham, owning 200 shares of
Btock, Mark l Itoblnsou, owning 200
shares, O. V. Macfarlanc, owning 2"i
ahares, Uruco Cartwrlght, owning CO
Lhares, nnd Cecil Drown, owning 30
.shams, and Hint all aro residents of
llonulu ti, In the Island of Oahu: and
It also appearing to 111c that Bald cor
poration has complied with alt tin'
provisions of the Hanking Act of 1881,
lcmilrcd liofnrn pommnnrliiir Imslnrss.
1 and Is lawfully entitled to commenco
tho business of banking, permission &
therefore HKHIJIIY QIVUN to "THK
FIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITKD," to commenco such
OtVKN undci my hand and tho
aeal of tho Department of
ISDAl.. tho Interior, this Cth day
of September, 1899.
(Signed), JAMES A. KINO,
Minister of JI10 Interior.
The nbovo is a truo and faithful copy
of tho Certificate granted to Tho First
American Dank of Hawaii, Limited,
under tho provisions of the Hanking
Act of 18SI.
n. M. HOYD,
Among the items in the Egan stock is an assortment of
Flee Ppera Glove
Full Length Silk Gloves, Egan's price $8.00, we are selling for.
Opera Mitts, in pink and blue, extra long
Black Silk Gloves, medium length
Black Siik Lace Mitts
jfS"Other items at corresponding figures, from one-third to two-thirds
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
THE BERGSTROffl MUSIC CO.,
DFroerress Blobifc, Fort St.
Sole Afienls for ClilclurliiR, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
-.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.,
We have on h 111J a nice line of dust cov ers, to spre.tJ over the buggy
u hen not in ue. Also Clothes and laundry Mags, Carpenter 'Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
vVe make Teals, Awnings, Canop'es, Machinery Covers, auJ In fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & ROTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
of aubsialeuce nnd Las bo;u with
him tbrougbout the Cuban cam
piigu. He goea to join Majoi
Morcer at Manila.
I On September 1 3 Young Chu Quon sold
tne nry roojs misinrs 01 nu t ip cv 0.
to l.um Moy S00U. All bills against Chu
Yin & Co. will be n ild by Luin Moy
, ihnolulu, Nov- 2, lifto.
lu67 YOUN'j CHU QL'ON.
The Annual Meeting of the Pacific Hard
ware Co.. Ltd.. will be held at Its office
In Honolulu on Thursday, November ;tli,
at 10 0 ciock a. 111.
Honolulu. Nov. and, 1&.0.
jas. gordon Spencer,
TltOUIH.K AT 1I.OII.O.
Manila, Oct. 27, CMC 11 .in. M. Upcr
to Santiago, nuo of tho wealthiest VI
sayans, who hnil taken tho oath of nl
leglanco to tho United States and who
lioscd aa a friend or Americana, haa
been arrested nt Hollo, whllo other VI
Faynns aro IioIiik watched. Tho prls- .
oner la ehnrged with organizing a re- "
voltitlouaiy junta. Santiago owna su
gar estates throughout tho lalaud of
ijy way or sura. .
Washington, Oct. 28. Tho Forty-
seventh Volunteer Infantry, now at
Camp Meade, l'a., lias been ordered to
piocccd to New Yoric city ,on Novoni
ber 4 ,nnd there embark for tho Philip
pine Islands on tho transport Tartar.
AI-'TUH RUSSIAN VESSKI. .
Malta, Ort. 2C Tho Ilritlsh battle
ship Anson, thp cruiser Hawk and tho
destroyer Ilrlher havo salleil In rhasc
of n Husslan steamship carrying nrma
for tho Iloers la tho Suez Canal.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
,Has now on view the choicest selection of
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
3K IS REPLETE WITIi THE LATEST DESIGNS IN C
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
-35$ FULL LINES OF &
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Always in Stock
..A. Ij so.
High Class Opera Wear
, Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION seUcted
iirpBg her recent Eastern visit, 'these elegant goods comprise OPfcRA CAPES,
WAlSTS.i MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARl-'S, and NECKWEAR tf the richest
titans 01 the present New York and Paris fashions. HAT? 'n the very latest Eastern
cfWIc Aln Frlniresaiiil Hntlerllv blfects.
, Baring the Opera Season, Miss Kllle.in has arr.uiceo a special department for
-. kJtokik .. ' $
r an.-, rsfi":
Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
Ceulfars or the latest carisian styles.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
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