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T THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18, 1809. C Jv'fl
4p local ahd gemeral. jT LOCAL AND GENERAL, BY AUTHORITY. J
James Scott ami family arrived from
-JCntisl In tho Mlkahala this morning.
k Tlio Eiiarillnnshln maltai uf .'nr.ics
.Tho dl'M'.o bill In Da Giacs vb !
miivna urna il tain I tiaiul In lllilin li imu
Judgo Parry srnntCil dUotrcn In Kie
rased of Tlior.iy.ioi vs "l li'jmptio.i. Mid
Von Hagen Vim llagon, tills moii,
Ing. "How It FeclH to Seo tho Hula," and
"Tho Auto-lmbccllo on Pot-godllngs,"
In THn SUNDAY. HAClLn. On nalo to
day, 5 p. m.
Dr. I'otorson leaves for Hawaii next
week to nttend to Ills regular duties in
connection with tho laborers on tho
Tho coioncr's Inquest In tho caso of
tho death of tho Mueller child day bo
foro yestorday handed In n verdict of
accidental diath yesterday.
John Hasslngcr is very low this
afternoon. His temperaturo has been
up for four or flvodays. His father
was scut for at about noon.
If you want to bo in tho whirl of
fashion Just gyrnto around tho Kasn
Storo and select the latest In men's fur
nishings. Seo chango of ad.
Tho Kri11.uo Sugar Co. wan on mo
tion by pln'nliKs admitted as ti prriy
defendant in tho ciisn pending ng-U'iyt
tho promote)' 3 of tho pliuital.on
A special meeting of tho Hawaiian
Lodfio, No. 21, T. & A. M. tnltes plaoo
tomorrow (Sunday), November 19th,
nt 3 p. m., tho occasion being tho fiiner
al of Brotlier Albert McWayno.
In Uio cases of Denny and rmstrong
this morning "oeTon Judge P.iny the
former defend vr.t plead not guilty and
was arrignnJ and tho motion of Arm
strong for n separata trial n? rtoiilf J
Tho Irmgard and Ames wharves weio
crowded with horses this morning, tho
work of loading the Leclanaw and tho
Concmaugh progressing rapidly. The
two transports will leave for Manila nt
about o'clock this afternoon.
"nxPHninNCR is Tim hest
V'o must bo willing to leain from
tho expei leuco of other people. Every
testimonial in favor of Hood's Sar
saparllla is tho voice of experience to
you, nnd it is your duty, it your bloon
is impuro and your health falling, to
tako tlilB medicine You havo every
reason to expect that It will do for you
wliat it has dono for others. It is
tho best medicino money can buy.
Hood's Pills nro non-lrrltutlng, mild,
60 60 60
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THE BERGSTROM MDSIC CO,
The Ladies of Honolulu are All Cordially Invited to Attend the
GRAND .-. DISPLAY
8-lll 6torc8-2. 205-207 Hotel Sttcct.
Oil Wrtdiiy, TMrsiay aid Friday
November 22, 23 and 24.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists,
J Elegant Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, Fancy Neckwear,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Halrdresslng and Manicuring Department Is under the direction of Miss Agnes
The Dressmaking Department Is In charge of Miss Hamerschlag, late of New York
MISS M. E.
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I "JPfsTJ V V. M. liroohn. nttnrner. Rnrprknln rS v fed Ell
until in'xl V J7-i-r W JJ t,.... ., " ' PS m . f E Office of tie HoirJ of Health,! .W
V ,' i.uuu.jm. - Erf Vl IT ' G K Unnnl.iln. H.I.. n-mtr . I8oo f HI
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RKMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
FLOWER , ,
THE KING'S MIRROR
OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
NO. 5 JOHN STREET
VIACRUCIS . ,
A NAME TO CONJURE WITH '
THE LION AND THE UNICORN
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Uook, Muilc and New Uolers.
llnoSolJ on Initallmcnts
imm i , j ikl
1 Rnnlsnflliftllniip li'l
uuunuui muiiuiii. -r i
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Hawaiian Songs. Seo page 8.
V. M. lirooks, attorney, Spreckcls
American Messenger Service. To'c-
BOARD your horses at tho Now King
H. P. Kayo camo from Kauai In tho
Miklhala this forenoon.
Ask some of your friends what thoy
think of n Trlhuno bicycle.
A young woman desires a position as
clerk in a store. Seo Wants.
Tho Cllmnto has no effect on tho
PEEHLUSS PHESEHVINa PAINT.
Tho Mauna Loa at Ilonoopoo reports
very rough nnd dry weather off Kauai.
Fred Harrison has for salo soil and
grading material cheap. See New To
day. Tho census ofllco under Alatau T.
Atkinson was opened for tho first time,
Tho llov. 13. J. II. Van Dcerlln will
preach in St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow at 11 n. m.
Louisa Durant was given live days in
the Pol I co Court this forenoon on tho
charge of vagrancy.
Kaona, charged with assault and bat
tery on Ben Yau, was fined $3 and cost.i
in tho Polico Court this forenoon.
Tho holes in tho bridgo along Aln
Moana havo been fixed up and now
liorstB can pass over without danger.
DON'T PA8S our OPERA QLA8SES
for tho World. Thcy'ro made by I.o
Malrc. "Huff Said."
' H. V. W1CHMAN.
I Thcro wua i. very successful meeting
of tho Kamchameha Alumni Associa
tion last ovening. Old and now mem
bers were present and various matters
of business wero attended to.
Mr. Carl It. Peck is now in charge of
the Orphcum box office. Tho nunago-
ment arc to bo congratulated on haviug
secured tho services of a gentleman to
.whom courtesy is a natural Instinct.
Jack Klson appeared in tho Polico
. Court this forenoon on tho charge of
larceny in tho second degree, ho having
been ancuted on complaint of tho mili
tary authorities. Elson was accused
of stealing a military blouse, the piop
erty of Lieut. Patterson of tho Cth Ar
tillery. Elson mudo tho statement Hint lie
had been drinking and that ho know
nothing yhatcver of tho affair. Tho
cose was continued until Monday. In
tho menntlmo Marshal Ilrown will seo
tho military officers and if it is their
desiro to drop the cose, It will bo drop
ped. Postmaster General Oat utelvod by
tho China news of tho various trans
ports that wero supposed to leave with
in a week from tho 9th Inst. Tho So
lace wag on tho boards to sail tho next
day and It was expected that tho fol
lowini? would lcavo on tho 11th.. 12th,
and 13th: Senator, Hen Mohr, City of
Sydney, Pathlan and Hancock. Ac
cording to this next week should bo
nn extremely busy ono for Col. Ruhllii,
Chief Quartermaster hero.
It waa rcpoitcd nt tho Polico Station
today that n Japancso shooting gallery
man on Hotel street bad arranged a
contrlvanco hereby a person hitting
a Japancso flguro would thoreby cauntt
tho dropping down of another Japan
cso flmiro with tho head of a Chinaman
hanging from ono of its hands. Depu
ty Marshal Chtlllngworth investigated,
but fouud no truth in tho statement.
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
2BFULL LINES OF C
WashdblaEmbroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c Alwayslin'Stcck
Different shades and colors
E. W. JORDAN,
im Miir'lliifTiitiiiiir --- - j.afc' . ..1,... . :w
jwa r J. Wk Bv order of the Board of Health the M
Hi rf Y "tTr! HI follow Inc lots of Oplun In tins will be rW
uppers. w...i? 1
g uu.vlsj-' -Ma"' ev;
Our new stock nf Men's Sliorjers is iust ooened.
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new shies, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming seas in.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Sjgviw-N ajrw-v asTW-
& Bounded by Keeoumoku, Kinau, J
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
TUJc frocl ic citunfnr)
C dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with T
fu the cooling breezes of Makiki.
Vj, Lots 50 x 90 teet will be sold lor tne reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms. $250 cash, balance on in-
C stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
I This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building operations.
s5 Early purchasers can secure choice locitions.
C For further particulars apply to
f GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
k Judd Building.
We Inve on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spread over the buggy
vv hen not In use. AIo Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
vVe irake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Cov er, and in fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort btieet.
Subscribers to tbt BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
1ERE is where we
pet together, the
Dronerihoe. at the
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Attorney at Law
Sprukels Building, Fort Street,
' jf "f
from the Beretania 3j
in nn nf flifl (infit:! r5i
in high-grade Japanese Silks.
Honolulu, H. I., October 27, iBoo,
Bv order of the UoarJ of Health Hie
following lots of Oplun In tins will be
sold at Public Auction from the Appra s
er's Office, Custom House, Allen strett,
at 12 o'clock neon, Saturday, November
Victoria No. 1 (Lai Yuen) unstamjxtf
Victoria No. 2 vtI Yuen) imst.unp'd
Hongkong No. t (Fook Lung) stamp d
4J0 tins; ,
Hongkong No. 2 (Fook Lung) unstamp
Oillfornla No. 2 (Fook Lung) unst.imp
ed 97 tins;
Chinese No. 2 iKokhhiR & Co.) ur.
stamped 409 tins.
Total 3,571 tins.
Purchasers will be required to file bom's
guaranteeing that Opium sold to thtm
will be exported within thirty days, and
that none of the same will be sold In the
The Board does not bind Itself to ac- t
theibest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPER,
President of Board of Health.
Will be received at the office of the
MIMst.r of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon
of Monday, November Joth. for the con
struction of a road Ktikulhaele to Walplo.
Specifications at otiice of bupt. Public
Works and at A. J. Williams, Honokaa.
The Minister docs not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
Minister of the Interior.
Nov. 17th. ifcv "6
Mnnrt: ii unnmiv r.lVPM TSAT
MESSRS. W. G. IRWIN & CO ;.. L D
hive this day hicn appointed RhSIObrs I
. i-i..n c .... II. LI ......II ... lelind.. .if M
AVJCIN I 3 "lir II IC ll.iw "' - "
followlnc Insurance companies:
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY of
LLIANCF ASSURANCE COMPANY
SCOIMISH UNION ANID NATIONAL
lbUiAISL.U LUMMiH 01 kui.v
ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL
ASSURANCE COMPANY of LON
DON. MR. JOHN S. WALKER will contin
ue to be associated with the business of
the above named companies.
R. C. MEDCKAI-T.
1 37S-im General Agent and Attorney.
At a Special Meetlngof the Stockholders
of Wm. G. Irwin and Co., Ltd.. held hU
ifith div of November, 1899, the follow
ing Officers were elected to till vacancies
during the unexpired term, vi.:
Win. G. Irwin, President and Minige:;
Clans Spreckels, 1st Vice-Prfsldniti W.
M. Glffard, jiiJ Vice President; H. M.
Whitney. Jr., Treasurer Jmt Secretary, vice
W. M. Glffard, electeJ 2nd Vice-President;
Geo. J. Ross, Aud.tor, vice H. M. Whit
ney, Jr., elected Treasurer and Srcetary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
as'essment No. 6 of 10 per cent on the as
sessable stock of the Walalua Agricultural
Comrany, Limited, Is hereby deferred un
til further notice. By order of the Board
W. A. BOWEN,
1 377-1 w Treasurer.
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10 FORT ST.
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