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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I NOVEMBER 17, 1899.
lloilln, No. 8. It was olllclally an
nouccd this morning tliat an agree
ment, subject to tho approval of the
IJnltcd States, hail been urrlvcd at be
tween Great llrltaln and Germany, by
virtue of which tho Samoa act Is tc
pcalcd and tho Islands of Upolu Savalt
and tho small niljaccnt Islands fall to
Germany as fieo property, and tho Is
land of Tntulla and tho mibsldlary Is
lands go to tho United States.
Great Uiltaln, It Is added, renounces
tiny claim to tho Samoau Islands, nnd
Germany In turn renounces any claim
to tho Tonga Islands and to Savagu
Island in favor of Great Urltaln, and
also cedes Cholscul and San Isabel, the
two easterly islands of tho Solomon
Kroup, with their Insular surround
ings, to Great Urltaln.
Tho Consular representatives of tho
two powers In Samoa and tho Tonga
Islands, uro to lo withdrawn for tho
prctcnt, nnd German subjects nro to
havo tho samo rights as British sub
jects In regard to tho frco and tinlm
peded enlistment of nntlvo laborers In
tho wholo of tho Solomon group in tho
possession of Great Urltaln, including
Oholseul and San Isibcl
UNCLE SAM SATISFIED.
Washington, Nov. 8. Tho State De
partment has not yet been ndvlscd of
tho agreement between Great llrltaln
nnd Germany respecting tho Samoan
group. It is gathered, howover, that If
tho outline of tho anangcment set out
In tho cnblo mhlceo is accurate there
will bo no disposition to withhold 0111
approval, punided certain minor con
itltlons ai'o inrludod.
JAPAN TO STRIKE RUSSIA.
London, Nov. C It 13 believed hero
that Japan Is preparing to strllto Rus
sia, her trndltlounl enemy. In the far
East Doth mall nnd ciblo ndviccs
from Japan, Corca nnd China unlto in
declaring that tho tension Is growing,
nnd that Japan Is making n scries of
military preparations entirely out of
lino with present necessities. It is al
leged that 20,000 troops havo been
smuggled into Corea as coolies, nnd
that h6r army and navy nro ready for
mobilization at ory short notice. Ja
pan has a number of war ships .under
construction nbroad. and conservative
opinion holds that sho will not act un
til they nro completed and delivered.
How brave California boys foueht
for their Hag is told In On To M.i-,
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 in a .few days.
Prices from $250 up, on $10 per
Everyone wants a piano for
THE BERGSTBOM MDSIC CO.,
Froerress Blook, jort St.
Sole Agents for ChlckerlnR, Kimball, Crown, Royal, KYoeeer, Krell, Pianos
ssw.AIoha Collection of Hawaiian ongs.fc.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
..Has now on view the
uvcrsecn hi nuimiuiu, ltciiik uic jiciil, imruiu a I iuin selected
during her recent Eastern visit, "ihese elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES.
WAlSTS.i MARIE ANTOINET1 E SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
nt Pictum ;lclt 'l licp t) errant ctaaiIc nmnrtca HUCD A " A nro
jz! 1 1 ' vr t3t"1 "VV. '.rvA . ". . . u uic very west eastern
tyfe. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
During the Opera Season. Miss Killean has arrangea a special dtparimrr.t for
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
.WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
THE KING'S MIRROR
V, Anthony Hope
(OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
NO. 5 JOHN STREET
( A NAME TO CONJURE WITH
THE LION AND THE UNICORN
I Harding Davis
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
Uook; Alu.lc and New Dealer.
. Pianos Sold on Installment
choicest selection of,,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Hawaiian Songs. Seo page 8.
R M. brooks, attorney, Spreckcls
American Messenger Service. Tc c
HOARD your horsis at tho New Klne
Street Stables. ,
Tho Diamond Head was supposed to
leave for thlij port on tho Ith Inst.
Tho Second Uattnllon, N. CI. H., un
der Mnjor Cnmarn will drill this o cu
ing at 7 o'clock.
Honokan was sold as high as $'Ij.?5
In San Francisco durlni; tho week end
ing Nov. 9th.
Nothing ban yet b"cn seen or lio.ii cl
of 13. J. (J. Ilrynnt of Kllnucn. who dls
appared on October SO.
Tho Central Union Choinl
will meet this evening at
Union church nt 7 o'clock.
A drunken sailor caused
nbuaia iiiti icliuii.iW Lu.d .itt
Tho pollco straightened out mattois
Tho Centennial was loiding in th
Hawaiian Lino for this port Novmilirt
C. T. H. Davlcs & Co. nro tho usnU
At tho nnnual meeting of tho Oahu
Sugar Co., Ltd., hold yesterday, tho
officer!) and directors were elected for
tho ensuing year. Seo Now Today.
To nccuro tho Xmas numbers of cur
rent periodicals nnd Illustrated maga
zines, leavo your orders early at tho
Hawaiian Nowo Co.
Tomorrow, Saturday afternoon, iho
usual Orphcum weekly matinee tn'iea
place Encourage your chlldicu bj
taking them to seo tho show.
At tho annual meeting of tho Union
Teed Co., Ltd., held on tho fifteenth,
tho oulccrs and directors woro elected
for tho ensuing year. Seo Now Today.
Over n thousand tickets wero sold to
childicn at, tho opcia house this after
noon. On account of tho crowd tum
oral polluo oiriecis wcro sent up to tho
Captain Paul Smith expects his regi
ment In tho Unncock, duo in a day or
so. It 17111 theieforo bu unnecessary
for hhn to proceed to San I'ranclsco to
tnko thai r,o of his company.
The Mnllo Illma and St. Louis Col
lego football teams will meet tomor
row. Tho St. Louis boys nro u stiong
team.but tho Mnllo Illmas nil! mnko a
hard fight In older to again try rcHtilta
with tho I'unnhous.
Salter's grocery now comprises two
stores. Tho ono lately added piovldes
not only Increased facilities for tho
storago and output of goods In regular
demand, but tho totalling of all kinds
oi Taney t.ott drinks and nciatcd wa
ters. Two provost gunt domen had an ul
'ercatlon In ono of tho uptown saloons
ast night. Ono of tho' fellows ran
iwny, hut the other remained and made
tilings lly in tho saloon. Ho was an -retted,
but wn3 discharged by Judge
Wilcox In tho Pollco Court this fore
noon. After argument and ;i lengthy
ehargo to Uio jury, tho twclvo men nnd
true rUlrctt to deliberate on tho caso
or Dutogni Murcello nt 11:43 this morn
ing. At 1 p. m. as no vcrdlrt limi inni
nrrlvud nt tho talesmen woro tnken to
Nolto'n for lunch.
wnuni; nom Chicago to u frleml,
tinder dato of November 3, C. 13. Lo
Munyon atates thnt tho Great Noithcin
Hallway Compnny will start In iho
ca.T, y .BDrlnB J'"o o' steamers which
Will ply between Kfnttln nml iim ni.ii
Ipplnrs via Honolulu, also n lino from
heauitf to Yokohama nnd Hongkong
""""'u'u- iUr- '' Mimyon lias re
ceived tho nppolntment of gonernl
agent for tho Hawaiian Islands for
A number of tho Maine boys of tho
39th Infantry band serenaded Tho Ilul
Ietlti i thin morning. Tho leader, l-
Mortimer Howo, of Augusta, Mo., was
for eight years leader of tho wr-11
known organization of tho Togus Sol
diers Ilnmn. llnwn line ....!.. ..
tho original organization with him hut
his men uro doing very well consider-
inn Urn ilin j..,. Ai ...
f iiiu mini l i m 1 1 innv ii n irt in . ..
gothor. Tho Hullotln stood treat on
Manila rlgara nnd tho latest copies of
too (Augusta) Kennebec Journal.
m i KBPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroidepies.
SKFULL LINES OFW
Different shades and colors in
B. W. JORDAN,
Our new stock of Men's Slippers is just opened,
and Mioas everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's newsljles.areparticulaily attiactive, and
aie sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail lo .-Cv' these, they beat anything ever
H -?r. -''
f TRACT -H- -H- -H- -H- -H-1
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau, J
n Piilfni nnrl l.imnliln sfpeefst onlv
TliU frnrr i:
deuce portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with h
c, the cooling breezes of Makiki. A
Lots jox 9O feet will be sold for the reasonable
unceof $i,2c0. Terms. $20 cash, balance on in-
stallments, payments to suir purcnaser.
This land has a very entle slope, and purchasers 3
. . . ' .1
can immediately commence building operations.
lEauv purchasers can secure
Q' For further particulars
We have on hand a nice line of dut covers, to sprt.id over tlu Inn
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
31 2 Fort btrect. Telephone 56.5.
Subscribers to the BUL-'
LET IN not receiving their pa-
ptrss promptly wm confer a
iuvui uy notifying we ausi
ness Office, Telephone 256. j
Department, Up Stairs,
Willi RE is where we
get together, the
proper bhoe, at the
Mclnerny Shoe Store
- - - . - - - - . - - 7 V
LANSING & CO.,
F. M. BlIOOIvS.
Attorney at La W
Sprcckels Building, Pott Street,
high-grade Japanese Silks. s
- - No.
iiil,,ii.yJrjajjrt''i . vi)4,!m. t,...y ,Mmit$M
ESTEHHAZY GOES TO JAIL.
Paris, Nov. C Major Count Ester
hazy, tho reputed author of tho border
eau which brought about tho convic
tion of Captain Alfred Dreyfus on the
ehargo of trenson, was sentenced to
day by default on his cousin Chris
tian's ehargo of swindling to thrco
years Imprisonment nnd to pny a fine
of fifty francs.
1 he school children will be
pleased to know that King
Bros, expect a large consign
ment of water color boxes, in
all sizes, fiom 10c to $1.2? per
set, which will enable them to
carry on their studies in paint
K NG BROS. ART S TORE,
110 Hotel street.
Auction Sale of Opium.
Oflice of the lltwrJ of He.ilth,
Honolulu, H. I., October 27, IS-). )
By order of the Board of Health the
following lots of Opium In 'tins will be
sold at Public Auction from the Apprais
er's Office, Custom House, Allen street,
at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, November
Victoria No. i (L'll Yuen) unsliinpeJ
Victoria No. 2 l.il Yuen) unstamped
llongkniir. No. 1 '.Rook l.iinjr) iiamptW
Hongkong No. 2 (Took Lung) tmstami
eJ 96 tins;
California No. 1 (Hok I uiig) tmstamp
eJ 97 tins;
Chinese No. 2 (KokhInR& Co.) nn
stamped 499 tins.
Total 3,371 tins.
Purchasers will to required to file bonds
KinranteehiR th it Opium sMJ to them
u ill b; epiirteJ w ithin thirty days, and
that none of the s true will be soM In the
The Board does not bind itself to acwit
the best or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPEU.
President of Board of Health.
1362 . .
Will b reieiv?J at the ollice of tile
MlnlVct tif the inteiior till 12 oMock noon
of Monday, November ?oth, for the con
struction of a road Kukulhaele to Waiplo.
Speclfiatlons at office of Supt. Public
Works and at A. J. Williams, Honok-
Ths Minister does jiut mud
accept the lowest -
Minister f the Ititcilot.
.NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN T-'AI
MESSRS. W.G IKWIN & CO.. LIU.,
AriWl.d.ay ''en, appointed UESinENP
AGENT S lor the Hawaiian Islands of the
iiMiimuiK insurance companies:
RKS0rCE COMPANY of
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY
of LONDON. l
SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAI
INSURANCE COMPANY of EDIN:
ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENFRAI
ASSURANCE COMPANY 'of Lon:
Mil. JOHN ? WAI L'KD ...III -...,..
lie to be associated with tli ivici,,,e f
the above nanieJ companies.
, R. C MEDCRAIT.
i37-im General Agent and Attorney.
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