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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 23, 1899.
TRC PIRSl' MEETING. I
ThefliM. nicc.tlnfr.ipt tho ncwljr ,nct
ed dlrrctois of tlic ilcalanl Ilont Club
look plnc.o yesterday nftcrnoon, nil tho
directors being picscnt.
A committee of tbrue, consisting of
Cnitei, Wall mill KIMibfui, was ;ip
uoliilcil nnd instructed to purchase us
.ninny hIicJIh iih ilicy deemed nilvlsablc,
.With cnxatWiilii seats. 1'rovldcil tin; Mr
'.b'H mill I.c.llanl'H will not coiiBcnt to
till use of Ulster boats in tho fiitm .
ono condition la to bo insisted on mill
that Is Hint tho boats linve covswalu
Ton iippliciu.loiis for membership
wore, acted upon favorably.
Amendments to tho bye-laws as fol
lows., will bo limuglit up before the club
for n vote; To Incrcaso the bonrd of
illicctors to (If torn mid the club mem
bership to 2S0. To appoint tbrco com
inlteea, n rowing rommlttep, captain
clialiinun, u yachting commlttt'o, com
modore chairman, nuil it house commit
tee. Tho Increasing of the Junior club and
tJiu'clcctlou of one of the Junior inem
Vors as the captain of tho younger
Tho dlrcctora have agreed that the
cluii must falter tho younger boys, who
will mnko desirable members In, years
to conic. The Juniors will bo admitted
tip to eighteen years of age at a very
nominal cost per year and it is thought
that many boys who have bad the de
hIu to belong to tho club will take ml
Mintnge of ii.e oiiportunlty offered.
.Six new nrtlsts will mnke their Ini
tial bow nt the Oipheum this evening.
Theiw comprise Marlon & Clark, I.lo
wclyns Australian, operatic vocalists,
tho musical Fletchers and I'lylng
Huscu In dnrlug aerial feats. In addi
tion Miss )nftiH3. .1 ,V. Wlnton,
.lackbon Ilearclo nnd the rpgiilar mem
bers of the company will appear. Al
together this will bo tho heaviest pro
gram yet presented. With such a wlilt
tango of talent tho most fastidious
should lliul something to nmuso and
pel chance instruct. Itlng up fiiO mid
oeitro your seats In time.
Rio Do Janeiro. No, 15. IHazIl today
Is celebrating the tenth anniversary of
tho pioclamatlon of the Republic.
There wan a military parade and a na
val review. The President, Dr. Campos
Snlles, held u reception of the diplo
matic corps, ministers ,etc and to
night tberu will be balls and other pub
IsIiiikI Girls Hunt.
A letter received from an eastern i
M'lioul states that "Wo Island girls
tho two VIlcoes, Marlon Dillingham, !
Nora Sturgeon. Alice .lones. Kdlth
Hond, the Hartwclls and Juliette Cooko ,
luivo dccldcil to hnvo a club and aro
to meet soon In Uoston to form it. Wo
pMicct to have lncotlngs pvery six
!'. M. Hooks.
UljyynviiiMu ,, , u
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Two Carloads of Pianos..
$10.00 per month installments.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
The Ladie of Honolulu are All Cordially lin ited to Attend the
GRAND .-. DISPLAY
On ffEiBestlay, Tlmrsflay nil Friday
November 22, 23 and HA.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists,
Elegant Dress Goods, Opera .
Capes, Fancy Neckwear, '
' ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Hairdresslnj: and Manicuring Department i under the direction of Mivs Afines
The 'Dressmaking Department is In charge of Miss Hamei'MaR, late of New York.
MISS M. B. KILLEAN,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
" Tribune Agents.
'RICH AUD "CARVEL
! DAVID IIARUM ; ,
( WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WASJN
THE KING'S MIRROR
(OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
VNO. 5 JOHN STREET
' JANICE MEREDITH
,' A NAME TO CONJURE WITH
HIE LION AND THE UNICORN
( Harding Davis
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
Hook, Mulc anil New Dealer.
l'luno5(ilJ on Installments
, 1 JJj&j
I ! I .1 i i fi-r,'
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U05-U07 Hotel Sttect.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hawaiian Songs. See pajjo S.
A pilK ilog hn,s bra-u lost. Sci l.oat
H. H. Hitchcock left for his home In
Molokai In the Lchtui today. v' '
fleo notlco on page 8 for Kirat'Hittta-
llon, I'ltst Keglmcnt. N. II. II.
A treasury warrant lias been lost and
payment stopped. See New Todny.
Nicely furnished rooms at the I'oti-
tibir House, 154 Fort stteet, fiom $1.00
per week up.
niKinfectiints hno been sprinkled
alone on .Merchant, street with no
Miming Hand today.
One company of nollio will bo In nt-
tcndnnce nt the funeral or the lato
Charles J. raneut this afternoon.
Detective Knnpa and others rallied I
an opium den on Mnnnnkcn street this '
afternoon nnd captured ten Chinamen. I
Tho HerKstrom MurIc Co. linvn lust
shipped nit olcKnnt Clilckerlnc iilatio to
the manager of Onomea plantation, Iln-
Kawalahno is urrattulnt; for a blc I
Christmas troe nnd a happy time for'
mo nniiuien of the Sunday school on
Christmas J3vc. I
I'hotoKrnphs cnlarced to any size in
crayon, watcrcolors, sepia, pastel and
oils. Cole & Collins, Kort street,
mo i ionic Maker.
An attempt will be made to m-euro n I
position in town for the young French
Klrl now nt Oaliu Jail. She Is learning
nngllsh very rapidly. I
Therals only ono Jesso Jloore Wills- '
key in tho world nnd that Is cold and
pure Lovcjoy &. Co. nro distributors
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wnlklkl Inn, formerly Wright's
Villa, pleasant rooms with board, In
cluding rea bathing, $12 per week.
Dlnncis n specialty, wltb wine.
The last of tho Kgan silks nro now
being closed out by Whltncyfe Marsh
nt bedrock prices. Sec their prices also
on plush draperies on pngo 5.
Three thousand five hundred tins of
opium will be auctioned off by Jas. F.
Morgan at tho Appraiser's Olllcc. Cus
tom House, nt 12 noon, of Saturday,
A. W. Clark, nt one time engineer
In tho GoNcrnmcut stono quarry nnd
afterwards with a Kjhel tunnel driv
ing force, has been ifnlto III at San
The soldiers from the tianspott City
of Sydney were marched yesterday af
ternoon to7Wnlklkl without arms.
This morning they wcro agin marched
out, but this time with arms.
Mr. and Mrs. McCrosscn ad tho Miss
es AkCiosstu ot ban tiaucisco, who
havo been, c penuing sovcral weeks hero
as guests nt Mrs. Johnsons on I'uiicu
nowl stteet, will return homo in tho
Australia that sails next Tuesday.
F. .1. Cross, tho expert electrician
and tho man who will introduce In tlio
Islands the Marconi system of wireless
telegraphy, Is so delighted with tho
baseball grounds tract recently secured
by Gear, Lansing it Co., that ho has
purcluibcd a lot upon which ho will
soon erect a beautiful' residence.
Allen Herbert has just received from
Mr. Lovekln, several cars of dried Ho-1
Chester sweet corn raised by tho latter
n. l.t. nr..nt..r. In. HM... .... ...... f..lf f
Wll 11IO ltlili.lllO mi. t itu IIIIDIUU lllll,
well founded and show an excellent
quality of this favorite tabic vegetable.
Mr. Herbert refers to It as a samplo ot
what can bo done on the higher lovcls
niiotit tho city.
Waiter I'omeioy, night foreman of
tho Hawaiian flazctto Co., lcawn for
tli'? Stalts lu the Cjptic to spend a
two or three months' well earned vaca
tion. Walter has worked long nnd
faithfully on the paper and bis friends
among the newspaper fraternity nro
on this occasion, very glad to say good
bye to him for bin going means pleas
ure and rest, two things thnt ho is most
Snme unthinking person left his
hotse nnd carriage standing at tho cor
ner of Fort nnd Merchant streets out
side of Roth's, between 11 and 11:30
this forenoon with tho body of tho
wugon obstructing a part of Merchant
nnd a part of Fort streot. The horso
was tied with a long ropo so thnt. It
anything had happened, tho animal
would surely havo been hurt. Kvery-
body who passed by noticed the pleco J
of carelessness and remarked on It.
My Art Department Up Stairs,
IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN $C
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
JFULL LINES OF
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &cAiways!inS!cck
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Different shades and colors in
rr. . XlS-i
l -ss tf "s !T
" proper time.
Our new stock of Men's S'ippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new st)les, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming: season.
Do nol fail to see these, they beat anything ever
We have on hand a nice line of dust coders, to spread over the buggy
when not In use. Also Clothes and Laundry Hags, Carpenter Arrons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc . etc.
fe-j vVe nnleTe..ts, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In fact
g -anything In the line iif canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort stfeet. Tclsphoni; 5G3.
Eft m fg Xn ftffi K9i fffri b K'ri h
"Honolulu Snap Shots."
A handy souvenir of !12 Views of
modern Honolulu, put up In envelope nnd
damped, to mail in any part of Postal
Union, for 50 cciitn. l;or sile at
'I hrum's, Golden Rule Raraar, Hawa Ian
New- Co.'s, Woman bxchange, Hawai
ian Ha?aar. Lc .Munyon's, and Wall,
Nichols Co.'s. n84-tf
V V ttH
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,HERE is where we
get together, the
niniVM' linp. nt f Iia
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Last of Egan's Silks
being closed out at 25 cts
and T5 cts a yard.
Plush Draperies 25 cts
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
TO THOSE NEBD1NG SOU. AND
grading material, for sale cheap a large
quantity of good soil nnd tilling, to be
taken from excavation of foundation for
II HackfelJ & Co., Ltd., new building
block to be erected on Queen alld Halekau
ila Streets. For terms apply to
158: - Contractor.
high-grade Japanese Silks
BOARD 01- HEALTH.
At yesterday's session of the Hoard
of Health thero wcro present tho fol
lowing. President Cooper. Drs. Day
and Emerson. Health Agent Reynolds
and I). Kclllplo.
Minister Cooper announced to tho
Hoard that tho Hoard ot Health act
ing together with tho Police Depart
ment, would soon commonco a new sys
tem of tcglsttatlon under tho Act to
The monthly report of the Knpiolanl
Maternity Home for October showed
receipts amounting to $1218.15 (Includ
ing $luO donated by II. Hackfeld & Co.)
and dishurspmcntK amounting to $123.
57. There were four births during the
month. A letter fiom tho treasurer
announced the appointment as nurse of
Mrs. i:. C. Wilson In place of Mrs.
Caroline Clark, tcslgned.
The application of Dr. Aha Garri
son for a license to practice medicine
In tho Islands was granted upon the
ccrtlllrato of his examination nnd cre
dentials. Tho resignation of Dr. I.o Hrun as
government physician for tho District
I of Puna, Hawaii, was ucccptcd. Dr
Frank Irwin was appointed In Dr. Io
. Drtin's place.
President Cooper stated that the
opium seized by the Custom Hotiso and
. i'ollco Department would bo sold nt 12
1 noon, Saturday, November 23. There
are 3,371 tins In nil.
After tho regular meeting tho Hoard
held a short executive session.
"M HILL'S UIO HCIICHB.
Minneapolis, Nov. 11. The Journal
today outlines what It says is James J.
Hill's great scheme, now approaching
ionization, for a world-belting trans
portation h)btem rlvnllng tho Canadian
Pacific. The links In It nro: Liverpool
to London, 3033 miles; North Atlantic
Htcamshlp Company, present system;
Now York to Chicago, 1000 miles, Hal
tlmore & Ohio. In which Mr. Hill Is In
terested already; Chicago to Minneap
olis, 4.10 miles, AVlsconsIn Central,
which bo Is credited with tho Inten
tion of buying; Minneapolis to Seattle.
1S13 mlle.'M Great Northern ; Ktattlo to
Hongkong, CI50 miles, Oreat Northern
Pacific Steamship Company, for which
a licet of 12,0l0-ton ships Is to bo built.
Tho wholo Iliio would thus bo 12,500
miles In length, or half way around tho
oat tit, and it would tuko thlrty-ona
days to Journey by. It from Liverpool to
Amcrlrnn Messenger Service,
, y-.- W ! '
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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