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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 11, 1899.
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STORY OF MIDWAY ISLAND
Tho object of tlio United Statc3 Ilti
reau of Equipment In the surveying of
Midway Island will bo better unOer
stood when It Is known that the IV
clflo Mall Steamship Company'useil tiio
place for many years as an Interme
diate coaling station. It Is tho Inten
tion of tho Government without doubt
to ruaku It a basa of supplies for war
ships and a probable cable station.
Tho following Interesting Information
was had from a gentleman now a resi
dent horo and formerly for nimy years
u purser on tho 1. M. S. S. C'o's boats:
Midway Island, also known lis MluMlo
or Kant Island, Is as I recoiled, In
about 177 degrees W. longitude and
N. latltudo 28 degrees. U Is u barren
piece of land or rock rising t about
six feet abovo tho suiface of tho wattr.
For many venia tho Pacific Mall S. S.
Co. used It nt a coal depot and il place
to cacho supplies to bo used In case of
accident or hreatv iluw.i on any u.' tlii
ships of tho company, which i.tlrfi t
bo In tho locality. Two men wero
at one tlmo stationed on tho Island,
ono of whom died and tho other went
rrazy. Thcro Is n full spring of clear,
cool water on tho rock, but beyond thin
nothing to sustain llfo grows. Onco
n schooner engaged In sharfc llsblng
put a party ashoro at Mltlvay Ihhuui,
and It found tho coal stored thi-ro by
tho BtcamBhlp company.- Th'nklng ilio
deposit a nntural ono thfi schooner was
loaded with a cargo of tin fiif-1 and
sailed to 'Frlcso to dlsooiia of It When
tho news got abroad that an Island of
puro coal had been discovered In tho
Pacific tho mnll comimny got suspici
ous nd on inquiry found that tho coal
was uono other than their supply, so
tho cargo and schooner wero attached
and bold -to lelmbuiso tho company for
It has always been tho practlco of
Captain Seabuiy of tho China to sight
tho I3lund on Ills way to ami irom me
Orient, as several shipwicckecl crews
hnvo found safety on tho barren rocks.
Captain Meny, who goes on tho sur
veying expedition of tho Iroquois, will
receive full Instructions on tho Solaco
to arrive vory soon from tho Coast.
SPANISH ENLIST IN nBUEli ARMY.
It Is reported among well Informed
natives in Manila that almost all tho
Spanish prisoners held by tho rebels,
have voluntarily enlisted in Agulnal
iIo'b array, as they aro giving up nil
hopo of being released. Ono reason
given Is tho abandonment of tho plan
to send tho steamer1 Satrustcgul to Da
gupan for tho prisoners. How nbout
AguIuaIdo"a magnanimity now? Ma
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RMING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
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W The Rhi l PTiMvPnn idrisfv Ati
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an your wainio. it niu $
established a WANT, fc
4 WALL. IM IUHULS UU
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60 60 60
Think of it, five times more
pianos than all the business
houses on the Hawaiian Islands
put together could show.
These we have coming iri a few
days. Prices from $250 up, on
$10 per month payments.
Everyone wants a piano for
60 Christmas 60
The Social Science Club meets Mon
American Messenger Service. To'c
I10AIID youchorscs at tho Now King
Horses clipped In a humane manner
at tho Club Stables.
PAINT CO. ask la n trial and you will
bo convinced of its merits.
J. W. Wlnton anil his funny auto
matons at tho Orphcum tonight.
Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Haywood and Mrs.
H. H. Kenjes nro cxpeitctl back in thu
Coptic on tho 25th Inst.
James Wright, aged 50, died yester
day of heart failmo. interment took
place in Makikl Cemetery.
W. Horaco Wright bus taken tho
management of the Kawehcvoho prem
ises at Walklki, generally known as
The second assessment of tho Dlaa
Sugar Co. ntcsiablo stock, becomes ii
llnqiicnt Notembcr 30th. See Olna no
tlco In this lsmiu.
"How It Feels to Smuggle Opium."
"1 ho Passing of thu Native-," and "Tho
Auto-Imbecile," in T11H SUNDAY
lu tho Police Court this forenoon
thirty-two Chinamen, urrestcil Inst
evening, were each lined $1 and costs
on pleading guilty.
Great credit la due V. Horaco
Wright, T. 0. Hallcntyuo and II. Her
bert, the committee' In charge of last
night's Cricket Smoker.
The regular1 annual meeting of tho
Union Feed Co., Ltd., will be held at
tho company's oWcc, judd building, on
Wednesday, tho IGth lust. Sco Now
Early tomorrow afternoon J. A.
CumminB will give a reception to Miss
Mutilda Walker, his granddaughter,
who returned from Germany a few
Tho Lo Munyou Photo Supply Co.
will land by tho next Australia a com
plete up-to-dato lino of Photo Supplies,
Cameras nn.l Chirstuins novelties. Seo
change af nil.
A meeting of tho assessable stock
holders of tho Kamalo Sugar Co. will
be held fit Foresters' Hall, Nuuanu
street, nt J7.,:10 p. m., Monday, Not'.
13th. Seo New Today.
Tho four-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ward Bartlott died this morning.
The llttlo fellow had been nflllctcil with
bronchial troublo which was tho causo
of his untimely taking olf.
Tho ttcv. D .J. H. Van Dcorlln will
preach at St. Andrew's Cathedral at 11
o'clock tomorrow morning, and it is
hoped that tho Hov. C. II. Tomklns will
preach In the evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Wm. Wadhams, who for many
years has been actively connected with
the Y. M. C. A., of Portland, Oregon,
In Its religious work, will sing at tho
meeting at mo Y. hi. u. a. Sunday af
ternoon. Hov. S. H. Davis arrived in thu
Mauna Loa yesterday. Hov. W. Ault
and Itcv J ,H Van Dccrllu will bo here
Initio Kinnu. All three como'to attend
tho Anglican fcynod which begins on
Isabel, tho Frenchman charged with
assuult und battery on a young French
woman was tried before Judge Wilcox
this forenoon, found guilty and sen
tenced to two months' Impilsonmeut
nt hard labor.
The Le Munyon Photo Supply Co.
will shortly lmvo tho prettlist store
and reception room In Honolulu. A
fihlp now ten days out from San Fran
cisco is bringing them superb nntlipio
oak and plate glass fixtures, only an
other sign of tho bucccss of tills cuter
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Hawaiian Children's Socjety will bo
held this evening nt Kawulnhao Semi
nary, as tho coinmitteo appointed at
the last meeting will present n report,
involving Important changes In tho
constitution, a full meeting Is desired
nud all members aro requested to be
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'- Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia lias just
nought us thisyvw sho,
fresh from Ihe factory, and
the very latcsf for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will Vit with perlect
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
Mil Ml I I Ml J M I I , I I IT" II I nil II ..ii
KNOW ALL M13N I)Y TH1JSH
PIU3SENT8, that I, JAMES A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior of tho Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify and
mal.o known, that I lmvo examined
into the condition of "THE FIItST
AMERICAN HANK OF HAWAII,
UMITED," ami It satisfactorily ap
pearing to mo that the sum of Flvo
Handled Thousand Dollars has been
puld In on account of Its capital stock,
that tho Directors of said Hunk aro D.
I Dillingham, owning 200 Bhnres of
Mick, Mark P. Ilbblnvon, owning 200
sharts, O. W. Mncfnrlune, owning 2.
Blinres, Hrnce Curtwrlght, owning 60
hlmics, nml Cecil Ilrown, owning 3'J
shares, and that nil aro residents of
llonoliiu, In tho Island of Oahu; and
It n!o nppearing to mo thnt said cor
poration has complied with all tho
provisions of tho Banking Act of 1884,
required befoto commencing business,
and Is lawfully entitled to commenco
tho business of banking", permission 3
therefore IIEHEnv GIVEN to "THE
FIKST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," to commence Biich
GIVEN under my hand nnd the
seal of tho Department of
SEAL. tho Interior, this Cth day
of September, 1899.
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
The abovo Is a true und faithful copy
of the Certificate granted to Tho First
American Hank of Hawaii, Limited,
under the provisions of tho Hanklns
Act of 1SU
E. M. HOYD,
5P,Hov brave California'boys fought
for their flag is told in On To Manila.
WHITNEY I MARSH, LTD.
Among the articles remaining in the Egan stock
are a few FINE STAPLES, such as :
NOUVKA UTI: BRAID, in various shades ,,, v
andstyles ESans prlcc'iip to 75c a yard; CORDUROY SKIRT FACING, 3 yds for.... gQ
now offered at fij r-f-c
TnDrmv . if,.-c ,;.,rMn,.MMCC LADlliS' BELT S!LK HOSE SUPPORT-
TORCHON I.ACbS, VALENCIENNES
IMAGES, ECRU LACES j5c fl yd ERS 5c fi pap
"K,;;0, 2 :,"d 3 ,nChB PEARL BUTTONS Q H
.while it lasts c a y c a dozen
And many other- small articles to which we have not'hod opportu
nity to direct special attention.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
We have on hand a nice line of dust cosers, to spread over the buggy
when not in use. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
vVe irake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and in fact
anything in the line of canvas work. .
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
On September 1 3 Yiviur Chu Quon sol J
the dry coods business of Chu Yip & Co.
to Lum Moy Sook. All bills against Chu
Yip& Co. will be paid by Lum Moy
, i H inolulu, Nov. a. iR?o.
'1-567 YOUNH CHU QUON.
shattw: nnun. k
Tho over popular Kalnlcr beer Ih bc
comliiK u houscholil word nnd "vl 1
you lmvo n Klasd ot Sonttle," ia more
often heard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Saloon hns the beer on tap or
Picture frammjj is an art in
itself. Anybody can make a
franie, but it takes taste and
knowledge to know what com
bination's arejnost suitable for
the subject in hand. You get
me Deneiit 01 20 years expe
rience when vou patronize the
firm of KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Cnmnrlnos lum Just lauded ox Aus
tralia, a full lino of drapes, Plums,
Teaches, Apples, Ilart'ett Pcara, Or
niiBes, Lemons, Celery, Cabbage, Cauli
flower, rturbank Potatoes, Onions,
Dates, Dried Klgs. Assorted Nuts, Sal
mon, Floundora, Halibut, Crabs, East
em and California Oysters (In tin and
shell), Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, etc.,
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Froerress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.fa '
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
,Has now on view the choices selection of
Hih Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
inrintr hr recent Eastern visit, 'these elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES.
WArlrs 1 MARIE i ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the riches
o&tauof ! thepren iNew York and .-Paris' fashions. HAT? !n the very latest Eastern
! Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
'Durlne the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged a special department for
Coiffeurs o the latest rars,auy,.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
. & IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN ?C
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF $
WashableEmbroiderySilks, Stamped Linens, CusbionTops,&c.,Always!inStock
..A. L S O.
Different shades and colors in high-gpade Japanese Silks.
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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" Telephone 925,
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