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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
l fljo Second Dnttnlion, N.
ilT Mnjor Uatnarn,
a. ii.. iin-
wlll di ill this oven-
,ii(? nt 7 o'clock.
i.slilcnt licro, being tliu local manager
r tin; l'nclflc Mutual Insurance Co.
I III 1:4 Mr. Hutchlna' third visit to
Charlotte I). KIhr was this morning
ippolntcil administratrix of the estate
f tho lato Jas. A. King, under n bond
in tho sum ot $10,000.
1'rcsldcnt Dolo rovelwed tho troops
of tho ICth IleBlmcnt on the grounds of
t ho Executive building this foienoon.
Ho was attended by Ministers Motl
.Sinlth, Young and Lansing.
In'tho Police Court this forenoon the
following cases wore disposed of: Po
torson and Hcncsch, affray, $10 and
costs; Ilos'n lien, drunkcnucsH, repri
manded and discharged.
Tho hearing In re tho appointment of
Susto I Cartwrlght as trustee for her
Hclf and children In place of J. M. Mon
parrat, resigned, camo up before Judge
Stanley this morning. Action on the
petition has been deferred until tho ac
counts can bo examined by P. D. Kol
lctt, who has been appointed master.
Tho second trial of Detognl Mar
cello began In Judge Perry's court this
morning before tho following Jury: I.
U. McCandless, S. O. Wilder. F. C.
Smith, W. I. Grieve, J. H. McLean, I
H. Dec, H. I Wlchman. J. M. McChes
cy, Thos. Morrison, Manuel Costa, J.
P. Cooko, D. P. Thrum.
QuuPtintlnc Officers Suspicious.
Thn JnnnncRn stpamer Nlntion Mnru
arrived from Hongkong via Yokohama
and Honolulu this afternoon with her
flag nt half-mast. On Tuesday after
noon Fourth Officer Ishlkama dleiU
from heart dlseaso while sitting In his
room chatting with a friend. Tho
quarantine olllcers were Bttsplclous as
to tho cause of death on tho vessel's ar
rival in port nnd ordered tho steamer
Into quarantine. Tho body of tho dead
ofllccr was taken ashore at the quar
antine station and an autopsy held be
fore tho vessel was released.
Tho steamer made a Hying trip up
from tho Hawaiian port, covering the
distance In Ave days nnd eighteen min
utes. Sho had thlrty-slx passengers In
tho cabins and eighty In the steerage.
8. P., Nov. 17..
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
v v .
boo a oi me Boor. j
llnnnn Will Retire.
Washington. Nov. 1C Henry C,
I'ayno of Milwaukee, Wis., is, it Id un-1
.lnaanlnm, tl.Afllilnll. KCrtT 1 .1 1 ft..., nlmltn '
for tho charmanshlp of tho next na
tional Republican committee. Tho
President fully understands that Sena
tor Hanna will not again manngo his
campaign in tho capacity of chairman
of tho committteo, although anticipat
ing thnt ho will bo a co-worker In n
ulct but effective wny.
Mr. Hanna'H refusal to undergo the
arduous labor of managing another
campaign will bo based solely upon tho
ground of 111 health.
f RICHARD CARVEL
(WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
( FLOWER' , ,
) THE KING'S MIRROR
I Anthony Hope
( OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
VNO. 5 JOHN STREET
(VIACRUCIS , ,
' .... Ford
(A NAAE TO CONJURE WITH
THE LION AND THE UNICORN
( Harding Davis
Dewey, me man, is depicted it
On To Manila.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Rook, Music and New Dealers.
Pianos Sold on Installment
IJjjiiiMiroEilit'i'W'rwi';':11; i nw n arm. 1,1 .1 ' .rwJnillHW,-ffiB
Two Carloads of Pianos.
$10.00 per month installments.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Sugar c. Steady.
Hawaiian Songs. Seo pago S.
i AT. ljrooks, attorney, Spreckcls
Consul Oeneral Haywood Is expected
back In the Coptic.
Clinton J. Hutchlns arrived on the
Australia nnd will becomo a permanent
Editor Walter G. Smith's fnmlly nr-,
rived In tho bark Albert nnd nrc stop-1
ping at the Arlington.
A special mooting of Hawaiian I.odgo
No. 21, V. & A. M.. takes place this
evening nt 7:30 o'clock .
Miss Harriet Lowers nnd Miss Mcln
tyro will probably bo thioiigh passcn
geis In tho Coptic from the Orient.
The stmr. Maul did not get nwny un
til yestcrdny afternoon, being detained
by slight accident to her machinery. !
Tho addition of a fine llutlst and a 1
good trombone plnyer to the orchestra j
was appreciated by tho Orpheum audi-
enco last evening. j
Photographs enlarged to any size in ,
crayon, wutercolors, sepia, pastel nnd
oils. Colo & Collins, l-'ort street, opp,
tho Homo Bakery.
Tho last papers glvo sales of Hono
kaa at $33.75. All the local securities
on tho San Francisco market beem to
hnvo slumped In price.
Tho sale of two hundred shares of
the assessable Walalua stock nt fSli to
bo delivered In thirty days, was made
on change this morning.
There is only ono Jcsso Moore Whis
key in tho world nnd thnt Is cold nnd
pure. Lovejoy & Co. are distributor)!
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Trlnnglo Literary Club will meet
Mondady evening nt 7:30. An Inter
esting program will be. rendered nnd n
full attendance Is desired.
After tho extcnslNo blasting In tho
sower construction lately, Honoluluttes
might go through n bombardment
without getting very much excited.
Among tho people booked to lenvo
for San Francisco In tho Coptic nrc the
following: II. Dlmond. W. O. Smith,
II. A. Baldwin, Dr. Hlldcbrnnd and C.
A fund Is being rnlsed for the bqne
flt of wives and children of British re
servists who hnvo left their employ
ment and gone with their regiments to
tno rront. beo New Today.
Tho 40th Regiment was marched out
King street this morning in full
mnrrhlnir nrdpr. Thn linnil wnn nt Mm
' head. Although tho men had on their
belts they carried no cartridges what
Tho agent of a well known gasoline
cnglno In iust now the owner or con
troller of all tho fluid In town. Most
of It Is kept locked up In his safo the
rest of It Is burlell out in the hills
Georgo C. Strath meyer Is another of
Honolulu's citizens who has seen tho
advantage, of purchasing n lot In the
Maklltl baseball tract recently secured
by Gear, Lansing & Co. He will prob
ably build on his lot and repair there
Tlio men of tho 4Cth wero not allow
ed shore liberty and wero seldom seen
except when out marching. Tho ofllcors
wero determined that no complaint
could be mado of their conduct while
There was no meeting of tho Cabi
net this forenoon. No communications
wero received from Washington and
therefore, no nows of tho receipt in
Washington of the copy of Und trans
fers was received.
It is understood that nn clfort is be
ing made to have Mrs. Annts Mon
tague Turner sing In some leading rolo
during tho present opera senson. Tho
many friends of tho lady nre very de
slrous that she shall appear nnd n
great reception Is assured her.
During the absence to Hawaii and
Maul of Mr. Haywnrd, Mr. Peter Slck
cls, formerly of tho Occidental nnd
Baldwin hotels, San Francisco, will as
sume tho management of Wnlklkl Inn
nnd will bo pleased to entertain any of
his former patrons. Tho public and
tourists can rest assured that Mr. Slck
cls is a hotel man of wtdo experience
nnd the reputation of Wnlklkl Inn for
excellent cuisine will be fully sustain
uKaSJB m-i&-i2 p
WHERE is where we
get together, the
proper ihoe, at the
Our new stock of Men's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that 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
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Eastman Kodak Go,.
Having Given the
AN HAWAIIAN AGENCY,
The tatter now offer for
The: Holiday : Trade !
MODEL 900 KODAKS
Uromlde Paper, Sutio, IMko,
and ALL THINGS PHOTOGRAPHIC
420 Fort Street.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the second
assessment, 5 percent or fi.co per share on
the assessable stock of the N.ihlku Sugar
r . ...II. t. . .1... ...! ...... !.!.. it !... rtttt
of Alexander & Ualdwln on Friday Dec
ember 1st, 1809.
Hv order of the Directors,
J, P. COOKb,
Treasurer Nahlku bug.ir Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 20th, 1S09.
The Ladies of Honolulu are All Cordially Invited t6' Attend the
GRAND .-. DISPLAY
i-Blft Storcs-S. 205-207 Hotel Sttect.
Oil Weleslay, Hay aM Friiay
November 22, 23 and 24.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists,
Elegant Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, Fancy Neckwear,
ETC., ETC., ETC. ;
The HalrdressliiK anJ Manicuring Department is under the direction of Miss Agnes
S The'Oressmakluc Department Is In charge of Miss Hamerschlan, late of New York.
MISS M. B. KILLEAN,
t V f
Last of Egan's Silks
being closed out at 25 cts
and T5 cts a yard.
Plush Draperies 25 cts
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
New Stock of TENNIS BALLS and Sundries just received
from the factory.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd., ' iS .
Tho cloven Chinamen nnd ono Ko
rcnu nrrostctl yesterday afternoon on
tho chnrgo ot unlawful possession of
opium, nppenred In tho Police Court
this forenoon. Ono Chinaman shoul
dered th cblama of nil tho rest nnd was
fined '$50 nnd costs. Tho others wero
nolle pros'd. The man who pleaded
KuiUy had his money In his pocket
ready to pny out.
Call next Saturday, Nov
ember 18 and inspect pret
ty horses, rigs and modern
business facilities of the
AKTEK IIUSSIAN WARSHIP.
London, Nov. 17. According to tho
Bombay correspondent of tho Dally
Mali, n small Russian warship passed
Aden yesterday (Thursday), bound for
tho Persian gulf and tho Drltlsh third
class cruUcr Pomone has been ordered
to proceed thither.
The Bulletin. 7fi centnp'r wnnth
HdioMi Stock Yam Co, ;LU.
Corner Alakea and
South streets. ....
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
m IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Always in Stock
rr ,. w.
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Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks
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B. W. JORDAN,
- No. 10 FORT ST.