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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 20, 1809.
WILL BUILD A CHALLENGER.
Now York, Nov. 9. A cahlo message
was received in this city today saying
that Alfred Harmsworth, editor and
proprietor of the London Dally Mail,
Intended to havo n challenger prepared
to ruco here for the America's cup next
summer. Mr. llarmsworin hns written
a Icttei to Sir Thomas Lip ton to any
that ho would like to have a chnnco tit
tho great yachting prize, and nulling
nhout Sir Thomas' Intentions. In the
letter ho said that unless tho owner of
tho Shamrock Intended to try again In
1900 ho (Mr. Harmsworth) would Ilka
to put In one.
Sir Thomas will probably not bo pro
pared for a raco next season, owing to
tho fact that ho had offered his steam
yncht to tho Urltlsh Government to be
used as a hospital vessel In tho Trans
vaal war. IIo proposes to fit out the
vcbucI for these uses, nnd sho conse
quently would not bo ready for attend
ance In America unless tho Ilocr wnr
OMAHA SHOW CLOSED.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Of tho Hawaiian exhibit a number of
tho pictures, tuo canoe, most of tho
agricultural products nnd nhout all tho
canned fruit hnvo been donated to tho
Omaha public library nnd will ho plac
ed In the museum department. Tho
balanco of i.io exhibit will bo sent to
tho Paris Exposition. It will he In
charge of Commlslsoner Irwin and Ma
jor I'ottcr of tho Islands, who nro ex
pected to arrive In tho city booh. Com
missioner and Mis. Logan, who havo
had chargo of no exhibit during tho
naat summer, will remain In tho city
a few days, after which they will visit
In the east nnd then return to Hawaii.
Omaha Ilco, Nov. .1.
Exposition Attcmlnncc 000,000.
Dnn'l Logan writes from Omaha that
on tho .Id Inst., tho Hawaiian exhibit
had been packed and was being carted
from tho Kxposltlon grounds. Tho big
show closed on Oct. at with an attend
nnco of over 20,000 nnd a dazzling mid
way revol. Tho Exposition Company
emits about 5130,000 In debt. There wns
a totnl attendance of nearly 900,000.
Nearly nil of tho concessionaires lost
money. Tho show was a grand adver
tisement for Omahn nnd Nebraska and
aided greatly In making Hawaii better
known. Tho syndlcato having tho Is
land village closed fiom $3000 to 3000
In debt for tho season, but tho people
from hero had their salaries up to
about tho last. Still heavier losers
wero tho Filipino and Cuban villages. '
Tho Kxposltlon grounds arc to bo ,
cleared within thirty days by tho Chi
cago Hotiso Wrecking Company. Ono
Item in their work is, tho handling of
12,000,000 feet of lumber. Mr. Logan i
has stored at Omaha considerable nui- I
tcrinl for the Paris exhibit Ho has
presented u number of pictures, curios
and parts of tho educational section to
schools. Mr. Logan and wlfo nro now
In tho cast. ,
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Fornandcs, a Portuguese, was fined $3
and coata on tho charge of assault nnd
battery on n Chinaman. I
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IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
THP KING'S MIRROR
, Miiuiuny nuJc
OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
NO. 5 JOHN STREET
. A NAME TO CONJURE W1TI I
THE LION AND THE UNICORN
WALL, NICHOLS CO. ltd.
Book, Music and News Dealers.
, PUnos Sold on Installments.
60 60 60
Hawaiian Song's. See pago 8.
F. At. lirooks, attorney, Sprcckcls
American Messenger Service. Te'o
Tho condition of John Ha.whtKcr lt
about tho canio today
For (limn, SmokoliBH Powdei and
Shot tall on tho Pacific Cyclo fc Manu
Tho Sons of St. Gcorgu will hold -i
meeting for tho nomination of oHlcors
this evening nt 7:30.
I The Metropolitan Meat Co. will re
ceive ox H. B. Austrnlla a supply of
Turkeys, Qame, &c.
Tho meeting of tho Myrtlo lloat
Club will not tako place this evening.
Friday Is tho date set.
Tho PEBHLLSS l'llUSl.TtVlNG
PAINT has a heavier body than npy
other paint In the market.
'lho Ethel Zano sailed from Port
Ludlow for Honolulu Nov. 10. Tho
Esther Buhno sailed from Eureka for
this port tho Bamo day.
DON'T TABS our OPERA GLASSES
for tho World. They'ro made by Lo
Malre. "Nuff Said."
H. F. VICHMAN.
Judge Stanley this mornlm; uavo
Judgment In favor of J. F. ilncklild
against N. P. .Incob.-.en In tlii mhiii of
$400 with interest from November 17,
Jas. Wight has sued 13. V. MaoKenle I
to cancel n lease nnd nUUi$ lor un In
junction. Tho suit grown out of n dis
agreement over land nt Kniuila. Ha
waii. Morris Keohakolota as eM-i-.uor or
tho estate of Wm. Ma'iul.'i, hap li'cd
his bond in tho sum of $2,Qii0 with ,
Prlnco Cupid nnd Jomi Collium i,a ,
Captain H. L. Draper, well known
here, Is on his way to Manila In tho I
bolaco. Captain Draper was In chargo
of tho Ronton nmilncs during tho trou
ble of 1193.
Tho "Aloha Collection of Hawaiian'
Songs" is n good nrtlcle to mall a '
friend for tho holidays. For salo nt tho
Hawaiian Bazaar, corner Hotel nnd
Captain Udo Pockets and Ll'ultMUiut
Llobleg, In company with Uernmu Con
sul H. Hackfcld, weio callora on Presi
dent Dolo nt tho Executive building
Tho Mallo Illma and St Louis Cul-
lego football teams will meet u.jaIn on
Saturday next ou tin: Maklltl grounds.
I 'lho winning team vlll pity Pmaliou ,
on 'i naiiKsgiving Day.
Tho calendnr of tho December term
of the Maul Circuit Is on lllo
clerk's otiico. Tho i.ourt couvimo
Lahnlna on December Ct'.i nu
nro seventy cascH on the II
Stockhdldeis of tho O.ihu Suijur Co.,
Ltd., nro notllled that tin- tiilitl niutfHS
ment of 25 per cent on lho u.-MeaKtbU!
stock of tho company Is duo anil p.ty
able December 20th. Sec Now" Todd .
The hhortago of gaMollmi In tlm city
is becoming dally a moie uoiloim nucs
tlou nnd, If n fresh uuprily does not nr
rlvo In tho near futtuc, t'icio villi no
troublo for a numbly of jiuopl'j In
The inllltaiy uutlioilUca huio blgnl
fylng tbulr willingness to diop tho cubo
of Jack Eicon, charged with thu lar
ceny of n military blouso, tho property
of Lieut. Patterson, tho cubo was nolle
pios'd In thu Police Coin t this fore
noon. Wong Knu was arrested Saturday ou
tho chargo of cruelty to animals. The
Chinaman was caught 'enjoying tho
sulfcrlngti of n rat that ho hail fastened
to n block of wood by means of a nail
through ono of tho feet. Tho case camu
up In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
nnd was sot for tomoirow.
V - V" Z
WHERE is where we
f;et together, (he
proper shop, -at the
Our new stock of Alen's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything', thai is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
RDV. LCWIS RELEASED.
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
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THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
The Ladles of Honolulu are All Cordially Invited to Attend the
4 Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau, J
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only fc
one block from the Beretania ji
street car llne.itf'K!',' 1
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi- ir
C dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with 5!
?- th& cnolinp breezes of Atakiki. -
& Lots Jo x 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
a once of Jm.2c0. erms. K2c0 cas 1. b:t ahce' on in
I.. 41... ' . ' .''
11111M at' L staiiments, payments to suir purcnaser,
1 ihoro t i This land has a very gentle slope, a
r. can immediately commence buildin
3i Eaily purchasers can secure choice locat
C For further particulars apply to
fc GEAR, LANSIISG G- CO.,
Walluku, Nov, 18. Manager C. U.
Wells of tho Wnlluku plantation, as
chnlrmnn of tho Uoard of Trustees of
tho Wnlluku foreign Church, has giv
en a notification to Hov. J. M. Lewis
that Jils services nro no longer required
at tho Foreign church, nnd that tho
congregation will hereafter bo satisfied
with heating the rending of tho pub
lished Bermons of noted pulpit orators
lead by ono of ...c chinch members.
It Is pel haps fair to Mr Lewis to
state that It wax on ncrount of no fault
of his that lih services havo thus been
nllnii!lshcil, for tho public will under
r.lnnd tlm church Is not under tho con
trol of the Hawaiian Board.
Mr Lewis will, however, continue as
luipiomo head of tho native Protestant
pntois on Maul, and will occasional!)
preach Ijugllsh sermons nt tno na
nhumanu natlvo church In this town
whenever ho feels Inclined to do so.
Tho doors of tho latter church will
never bo closed against him, as Its con
gregation havo ulready heaul "rate
gems" from tho mouth of the reverend
gentleman ou various occasions.
The Brynnt Searched tor Opium.
Walluku. Nov. IS. Sheriff I M.
Ilaldwln and Poit Surveyor J. u .
Zumwnlt of Kahulul, went over to Kn
annpall, Luhnlnn, Inst Mondty morning
to nsslst Deputy Sheriff 11. 0. Llndscy
and his oniccrs In making a thorough
scare, of tho Ametlcan bark C. I).
Uryant for opium. Although tho offi
cers had Information In regard to n
cot tain enrso of opium, after making
n thoiough overhaul of tho vessel fiom
bow to stern, noi even n half pound tin
of the contraband stuff wns found nnd
tho officers gave up In disgust, having
thp satisfaction, hoivt'ci, of having
p i formed their dmj. Tho voUvl hud
b-cn discharging nor cargo mr wens
befoin the, much covited Informntlnn
Mcnelll; To VMt the Cziii'.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 9. Tho Turk
ish and Trench consulates at Odessa,
havo been Informed that King Monolli:
of Abvsslnln will nrrlvo In May next
.i ...in ,,.v n vialt tn tho Cznr whllo
on his way to tho Paris Exposition of
u;ii;uiLe (jii in- r
;, and purchasers j
We hac on hand a nice line of dust covers, to sprcaJ oer the buggy
when not in use. AIo Clothes and linundry B.irs, Carrcntcr Aprons,
Canvas Hnminocks, etc., etc.
vVe irake Tt-nls, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, nnd In fact
-nivtlilriK in tie line cf canvas vor).
Cot. Sum Norrltt Wlim.
'JTio Bnprcmo Coni't has derided tlf
caso of tlio.Hawnllim Ayilc.'.i'tur.-il Ci.
vs Sam Morris In fiwor of tlie ilfm
dant, Col. BamJs'oi lis. .'I'Mn com t Bayw
An authority to soil u itliomo.i n halo
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
NOTICE IS HEHKHY GIVEN T-iAl
MESSRS. W. O. IRWIN vN: CO.. U U.
Inve this d.iv been appointed RHMI )i-.Nl
AOEN 1 S ir the H:iwll in U'.-i id - th
folowliiR lu$urfincc companies:
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY of
JALLIANCF ASSURANCE COMPANY
SCOITISH UMON AND NAlJONAl.
INSURANCE COMPANY f EWN
IIUKG1I. ALLIANCE MARINE 'AND GENERAL
ASSURANCE COMPANY f f LON
DON. MR. JOHN S.WALKER vll evitit,.
tie tn be nwd.ited with the bus!ne.si(
the nbou ii.imeJ companies.
R. C. MEDCRAIM'.
i37S-im Genetal Ap.ent anJ Altomt y.
At a brwcl.it Meeting of the Stockholders
of Wm. G. Irwin and Co,. LtJ.. held Mils
tCtli div of November, ifyo, the follow
ing Officers were elected to fill vacancies
during the unesplrej term, vU.i
Win. G. Irwin, I'reslderit and Mni.tge".
Claus SprecUels, 1st Vice-Pr.-slJent; W.
M. Gltfard, 2nd VUc, President; H. M.
Whitney. Jr., TtcKiirernnd Stcret.irv. vice
W. M. Glff.irJ,electeJ and Vice-PreslJeat;
Geo. J. Roys. And tor, vice H. M. Whit
ney, Jr., elccleJ Tre;isurer and Secretary.
II. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
WILL TAKE VON DUISLOWi I
Jlerlln, Nov. 9. Tho Loknl Anzwlo-
gcr says that at tho direct request pf ,
P. M. BltOOKS.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM
for cntfi only unlCHi It Is usual or .-u3- ,cr 83'a lnat al u, ulrc" rc(1UMl pl J 0.4.
tomary to Bell on credit whero tho salo I Ouccn Vlctorin, Count Von.Buelow, tho A LtOPIlCy 8 1 Li3W
is to take placlo.1' " Spwl'lo p' r'.or-n-, (Jerman Korclgn Minister, will nccom- ,
nnco lo denied un t!m giound Hint tho nany Kmperof William nnd tho Km
agont oxreeded hli nuihoiity In con press to England, tho date of tho visit
trac'.lng forn s-ilo partly on ercdlt. ' 'probably being November 18.
Sprrckrls Building, Hort Street,
NOTICE ISHERE11Y GIVEN THAI'
assessment No. 6 of 10 per cent on the as
sessable stock of the Wnialua Agricultural
Company, Limited. 1? hereby deferred un
ti. further notice, fly order of the Board
V. A. BOW EN,
IJ77-IW , Treasurer.
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
W IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
,205-207 Hotel, Sttcct.
Oi Weflnesaay, Thorsflay ai Eiliy
November 22, 23 and 24. . "
r Ql- EXQUISITE ' ' ' '
FalLMillineny, Parisian Jifeists,
Elegant Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, Fancy Neckyvyept,
ETC., ETC., ETC. , , ,u . .
TUe Halrdresslns nnd Maniairflie'Departrnrnt Is under tjie dlrecllopf Mj.s, Agnes
r; FULL LINES OF H
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c Always in Stock
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Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
iVIISS M. B. KILLEAN,
?&ilJHLk.-'-fr.1n.. .i,.. -vrV'ri
MTiO LiRsuianiii u.icuiiciu la in ii.iie vi ,ni3- ii.iiiicunii.ii;, i.uc in new 1 nut.
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