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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., NOVEMBER 8, 18UU.
""V ' " 'ti' fty yrr' k'Wtl
NOW TREATY WITH SPAIN.
Washington, October 29. An uidei
standing has been readied by u hlcli It Is
expected th.it negotiations will be opened
soon at Madrid for a new treaty between
the United States arid Spain. Thl will be
the last step toward completely restoring
the friendly relations between the two
countries. The war with Spain swept the
old treaty out of existence and the only
International agreement now In existence
is the peace treaty, which Is confined to
the events growing out of the war, and
has no reference to commerce, navigation,
extradition and other manifold relations
lutween nations In times of peace. The
coming negotiations will be for the pur1
forming such a treaty
mlty and friendship.
Pmillst Pi'lcwt tor Hawaii.
San Francisco, November 1. Both priest
and painter Is the Rev. Father John
Wegle, who will sail from here today on
the steamhlp Hongkong Mam. He Is go
Ing to Hawaii, uy special oruers 01 me
head of the Paullst Fathers, to devote him
self to educational worl: among the na
tives of the various lands, Including those
at the leper settlement of Molokal.
For more than ten years Father John, as
he Is generally known, has been hard at
work as missionary In the Marquesas Is
ands. His work has been attended with A
extraordinary results, and his transfer to
the more important Hawaiian fields Is In '
trie nature of a promotion. Father John is
of attractive personal appearance. He was
In Belgium forty years ago, and for some
yjars studied art In the European cities.
He speal French and German fluently,
besides several kanaka and South seas 'di
alects. While In San Francisco for the past
few weeks, he pointed a striking study of
St. Anthony for the French Church of
Notre Dame, on Bush street, and he also
presented tojthe Young Men's Society of
that church an artistic decoration for the
altar of the Sacred Heart.
Col. Geo. W. Bell Here.
Col. Be I. United states Consul at Syd
ney, N. S. W., Is a passenger on the Moa
na. He Is returning from attending the In
ternational Commercial Congress at Phi-'
ladelphla. being a delegate representing
New South Wales. Col. Bell was given
Royal Commission, being the first Amer
ican to ever be appointed by the English
Government, and he was authorized by
the Department of State at Wash'ngton to
aCThVlnternatlonal Commercial Congress
met to discuss ways and means of Increas
in. mmni.nhl interests among nations.
There were 750 delegates and .13 nations
renresenteJ. 1 he meeting was a great suc
cess but Immediate business results can
hardly be expected
New Shipping Compnny.
San Francisco. October 31. The Cali
fornia Shipping Company has been Incor
porated with a caplUl of Si.ooo.ooo, of
which J6oo,ooo has besr. subscribed. The
ten ships of the Flint line recently pur
chased for 5550,000, will be controlled by
the new company and possibly a dozen
more now managed by W. E. Mlghfll.
The stockholders will meet on the 20th of
November to further perfect their orgnnlz
atlon. San Francisco has secured nil her
s ipply of ships from the start from East
i rib line!
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-R1.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CC
IOOO copies Sheet Music, 15c per
copy. Catalogue free.
Reginn and Stella Music Boxes tit Reduced Prices.
Beau Ideal Strings,
Wo :irp sellinn food Mandolins anil Guitars from Si. so to $20
Sole Agents tor Mnurer Mandolins and Martin Guitars,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Jim Dortil Is back from the Slutcn.
Mr. und .Mrs. H. Ciitton ni-p home
American JIcEBcngor Service. To c
HOARD your liorsca nt the New King
A nnlr rif ivnil.naea linvn linnn frtntnl
Uenii Vnnt column. I
Andrew Biowii'h jovial comitemitiro
ib ukuiii iiuiuiiK nix menus.
C D. UnMwIn wa a passeiiKer from
San Francisco In tho Moanu today.
President Dolo wnB not ut the Km
cutlvo LUilIcllne at all thin forenoon
A. if. Small, of Balfour, Gutlnlo &
Co., Is down from San FrnnclRco on
The Triangle Literary Club will meet
every .Monday evening nt Y. M. C A.
J. W. Olrvln has retilgncil from nil
connection with liny department of tuo
Judge Perry thlB morning Rontunrnl
Kalill to hIx montlm ut hard labor tl3
was tried for uiallclotm Injury
A. A. Montnno having paid n visit to
his native country In South America,
returned In the Moana this morning.
Minister Mott-Smlth returned from
Wnlnlua this mornlnn nfter having
spent a most pleasant outing nt Hiile-Iwn.'
Knalhue, .tried In Judge Perry's court
for conducting a gambling game, wns
found not guilty by u Jury this tnon.
Ing. The trial of the awe of Illegal selling 1
of liquor against (?eo. Itoughtnllnt.' will
commenco In Judgd Perry's court litis I
Solomon Kauai has tiled nu amended
complaint in his suit for damages for
malicious prosecution aguMH .Ino K.
Sumner and Ho Hee.
The miners to ho brought down heie
b) I.. B. I'lnliham, from Angels Camp,
C11I., to bore artesian wells In Hawaii
will not arrive until tho 21th of Nov.
The lady p.iHsengers on the Hong
kong Mnru outnumber tho men tlirco
Jo one this voyage. Most of them nro
oflUcrs wives going to join their hus
bands, at Maniift.
Dr. James Wight of Kohala. has
brought suit against Eliza Yates Me
Kcnzie to cancel leaso and for injunc
tion, tho property being in Kohnla-ln
the nhiipann of Kukulpahu.
Deputy .Sheriff Fancuf Is doing very
well at tho hospital. Thcro Is now no
danger of his losing tho Injured leg
and it will not bo ho many weeks be
fore he lb again on tho streets.
A special meeting by tho sharehold
ers of tho Iuter-Islaml Steam Naviga
tion Co., Ltd., will baihcld at tho oinco
of tho company Queen Htrcet, on Mon
day, November 13th, nt JO a. 111.
The body of -James H. Holt, Jr., ar
rived In the Moana this morning and
is now lying at the lata residence in
Muklki. Mrs. Holt nnd son accompani
ed the body. The funeral will take
place Sunday afternoon.
New England Bakery & Candy Co.,
Hotel street, manufacture a lino lino of
bread, pastry, wedding cakes, Ico
creams, sherbets and candles finest In
tho city, nnd prices very low. Tele
phone 74. J. OsWald Luttcd, Manager.
Uiltishers here aro looking for Wil
liam Brewer vhoso family havo wilttcn I
ror Information. Three years ago
Brewer wnB In San Francisco as a
member of tho pollen forco and flro de
partment. It Is s'ippof ed that he eamo 1
here after that.
Alexander Young has received letters
fiom business men all over tho islands
of Hawaii; Maui and Kauai expressing
their satisfaction at tho appointment
of himself a sMlnlstcr of tlio interior,
and sending their congratulations. Mr.
Young Is, of course, very much pleased
at the compliments paid him.
The enso of tho two Frenchmen re
ferred to In nu nrtlclo In yesterday's
Bulletin camo up for trial In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon, but was con
tinued until Saturday. Attorney Neu
mann Is representing tho Frenchmen.
In the meantlmo tho French girl con
cerned is In tho custody of tho police,
not undeV niTest, but simply to assure
Another nein of
Jolinstone & Murphy's crea
tion. Tlie Australia has just
brought us this inw sho,
U fresh from the factory, and
ii the ory latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will ,fit with perleit
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
KNOW A Mi MEN BY THESKS
PRESENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING.
Minister of tho Interior of the Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify and
make known, that t havo examined
Into tho condition of "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII,
LIMITED." nnd It Mitlsfiiclorlty ap
pearing to mo that tho sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been
paid In on nccount of Its capital stock,
that tho Directors of saffl Hank nro II.
F. Dillingham, owning 200 shares ot
stock. Mark P. Robinson, owning ZOO
shares, 0. W. Macfnrhine. owning 23
shares, Bruce Cartwrlght. owning CO
shares, nnd Cecil Brown, owning 3(i
l. ... n .. .1 ,,.n, nil .1 KAalitA..... vi
IniiiilLK, iiim nun 1111 iiiu itmtiiiiin in
Ilmiolii'ii, In tin; Island of Oalui. and
, It also nppearing to mo that said cor-
imiaucm mis compiled wuu nu 1110
provisions of tho Bunking Act of 1SSI,
required lief nro commencing business,
and Is lawfully entitled to commence
the business of banking, permission li
thereforo HEREBY OIVEN to "TUB
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," to commenco such
GIVEN under my hand nnd tint
seal of the Department of
ISEAL.J tho Ulterior, this Gth tlar
of September, JSUU.
(Signed), JAMES A. KING..
Minister of tho Interior.
Tho nbovo is 11 true nnd faithful copv
of the Certificate granted to Tho Flrs't
American Hank or Hnwoll, Limited,
under the provisions of the Banking
Act of 1SSI.
WHITNEY I MARSH, LTD.
Among the articles remaining in the Egan stock
are a few FINE STAPLES, such as :
NOUVlfA UTl: BRAID, in various shades Hill ,,
ancjstyles; Epan's price up to ;5c a yard; CORDUUOY SKIRT FACING, 3 yds for.... gc
now offered at , 1 ff i-c
reruns; 1 iri-c v i pnpii:vimpq M-ADIKS' BELT S!LK HOSE SUPPORT-
IORCHON LCbS, VALkNCIENNES . '
LACES, ECRU LACES, 15c g d ERS 5c Q p
I , ""
20 pieces of LACE, 2 and 3 inches wide, ,,Km miTTnMc
,.,.,,.." - . PEARL BUTTONS e- 4..
wh,Ieit js,s ic a yd I "c a dozen
Jill x, .
And many other small articles to which we have not had opportu
nity to direct special attention.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
ranging in prices from $15 to gioo.
TEE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Proeress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Apents for Clilckcrlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroner, Krell, Pianos.
-. Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.fe.
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spre.iJ over the bURgy
when not in use. Also Clothes anJ Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc,, etc.
Ve irahe Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, ami In fact
nni thing In the line of canvas work. '
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
On September 13 YouiirCIhi Quon sold
the dry kooJs ousiness of Chu Yip & Co.
to l.iun. Moy Snnl. All hills aeAlnst Chu
Yip.V Co. will be paid hv l.um ,oy
Ibimliilu, Nov. 2. 18.10.
Iiunicif of Lout TfoopHhlp.
LonJon, Nov. 1. In connection with
the rumor of ihe ! of a British troop
ship. Ihe name of the IVnlirailar anJ
Oilentil Steamer Nabia has Iven men
tioned, but the company has no knowl
edge of any disaster, and they 'do not
know whence the minor originates.
The Nubia (correct) silled from South
ampton, Oct. 21, for the Cipe of Good
Hope, via St. Vincent, Cape de Verde
Islands, which place she left mi Mondav.
The rumor seems to have originated in
Berlin on .Monday, but nothing Is known
of tlie" matter here.
Gilbert Inland CcHston.
New York. Nov. 1. A special to tlie
I lie Annua Meet ng ot t lie Hac lie Hard-1 Herald from Washington, says;
ware Co., Ltd., will be held at Its office- go far as can be teamed
10 iiuiiuiuiu uii 1 miu.iy, iiuvcnuicr vui,
at 10 o'clock a. 111.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
known in Washington of the reported
offer by Great Britain to cede the Gllbeil
Islands and the Solomon Islands, in tlie
Pacific, to Germany.
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
,.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
during her recent Eastern visit, 'ihese elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES.
waists.ima. b an yiNsiiBM-A &?tjrt?&W?ZrSW!5&
UeSlgnS 01 Hie UlCSCIll wn mm unu 1 una
styles. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions. HAT? 'n the verylatest Eastern
AISO fringes anu ouucioy uncus. ...
nnrw ii nnfra Season. Miss Killean has arraneed a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles,
Social Engagements may be made by rinting up
&JFULL LINES OF fj
JTa S O
Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks. ,
IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m
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OLllllJlll9 LFl-dYVII TT U1IV C1IIU UlllUl'UlUriCO
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c9 Always in Stock
B. W. JORDAN,
- No. 10 FORT ST.
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