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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FKIDAY, JANUARST 5, 19C0.
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
Just arrived per S. S. Aus
tralia a grand display of assort
ed silver-ware viz.:
Fancy Berry Dishes,
Celeiy and Pickle Stands
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
(with or without Filteis,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Wo desire to call
The Prince of
A great variety of Rodger's
celebrated silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
' Akdium and
Just the thing for Christ
mas and New Year presents.
Please call and examine for
yourself. Lowest market pi ice
less 10 per cent for cath.
Tbc Hawaiian HardWoie Go.
.... Consumes not more than
a half of the carbide consumed by
.... Unequalled for brilliancy of
ILjht and simplicity of construe
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Island.
' FOR 1900.
Role Agents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
See the RAPID HOLLER COPIER
best in the world.
opposite Sprec'el' Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters oi merchants who advertise in
S.ifetv Document File Boxes like .ut
Many other gooJ things, call nnJ see
WALL, NICHOLS GO.,
Fop the Holidays
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up.
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTBOM MUSIC CO.,
MISS M. B. KILLEAN
'.-.. :"" Style
A. R. L 1 1ST O-TON BLOCK,
-Bbi Storce-2. 205207 Hotel Street.
Tor tough sailor hatB, liubons, etc,
try .Mrs. lianna, Port sticit. "
Two more matcheil tcutns jiiHt i delv
ed cx-Irwln. Club Stables, Fort St.
An Imperial bicycle haa been lost
from the drill ebrd, Beo Loct column.
Boarder's nntl livery rigs delivered
nml called (or nt all hours. King Sti eel
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from ijl.ou
per weoli up.
Xotlco of tho fourth assessment on
the stock of tho McBrydo Sugar Co. In
given In this Iesuc.
There will bo a 'special meeting of
l'acillo Lodge, No. 822, A. P. & A. M.,
this evening. .See nil on pago 8.
DIAMONDS bought bffoio the Boer
war ti ho sold nt low Ilguns. Olio
UAKFNEH, Manufacturing Jeweler.
D. MayasaM, a Japanese, was ar
rested this moraine on tho rhnrgo of
refusing duty on tho Rchooncf Colum
bia. 'I ho Moana Btaycd hut a Limit tlmo
at Apia, being hurried out of the har
bor to eicape a hurrlcano that wnn
A post nioitem on tho body of Choy
Yuen Jin wan held yesterday after
noon. A clfnr caso or tho plague was
So many beds have been put Into
tho old Legislative, hall that now n
lcgulnr attendant in the place lias hccii
Kino Mirf bathing, first class uihlnc
well furnished looms, tool i,ca bin res
aro i.io helps to health and pkmhiiic
offered by Walklkl Inn.
A storehomo for goods in tlio Infuit
c dlstilct is bMng rapidly put up ou
Hotei street near Nuuanu fov the stor
age of goods In Chinatown.
I'coplo from tho country diUrkts w HI
not ba allowed to como Into tho city
nor will people from tho rlty bo al
lowed to go Into the country dUtilcts.
A lot of bugs and plantu weio ex
pected from Prof. Kocbclo In the Mo
ana today. If they vcro aboaid they
aio now ot their way to "Ban Fran
cisco. The caw of Nick Breham, ehurgt'd
with asfaull aud baitcry on Q. II.
Herrey, camo up In tho l'ollco Court
this forenoon, but wan continued until
Detective Kaapa today raiiBed tho
arrest of five moio native boys, for In
estlgation. It is supposed that thcHo
fellows v.cro implicated In tho theft of
eats of earn shu from a pile of freight
near the fi&hmarltot.
A moio than ordinary fumigation
wan instituted at military headquartcra
as soon as It van learned that Jin
Chun, tho Chinaman removed to tho
Chlncso hospital villi tho plague, had
been in the place two or thrco times.
"Tho Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1000, published only by tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, 316 Fort ctrcct, la a beau
tiful work of art It eclipses all prc
Iou9 efforts in thin lino, and nothing
would he wore appropriate at this time
than to mall one of theso to the "folKd
at home." Prlco CO cents.
The following b Alcorn of Oahu Lodgo,
No. 1, K. of I'., wero Installed last
evening: C. C, Dr. A. N. Slnclnlr: V.
C II. A. Taylor: Prelate, Ilohcrt Gos
ling; M. of W., 11. Morgan: K. of It. i
& 3., M. ltoscnbledt; M. of F II. Mc-,
Kcchnlc; M. of Ex., cOo. L. Dole: l C,
M. at A., F. A. Simpson; I. 0., Geo. H.
Ward, I. C, O. O.; Itobeit French,
Trustee, John Nclll, P. ,C ; Physician,
l)r A N. Slnclnlr.
UIG SUGAR WAR ON.
1 ASTORIA. )
..tC - fl M- trti?
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN BLBGANT SOFT V1CI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF TUB NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
Per the last Australia, vie ruceKcd .t praml lino of new stvlw in
Men's, Women's, anil Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Chililren' White Canvas. Slippers, Men's. Uouse Slippers, and
Ladies.' Evening Slipper , are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is compl-te.
We are in position to (it jou.
Chicago. Dec. 23. Formal announce
ment o the end ot the "factor" plan of
s lllng sugar, u Mich means that the sugar
war will be on naln harder than ever alter
Jan. 1, Is contained In the current number
of the "Mondern Grocer," published In
Chicago to-day. 1 he news Is that the
"equality plan" will be ubolished on Jan.
t and thai thereafter all sugar will be sold
on a competitive basis and on Its "merits."
The abandonment of the card agreement
comes alter a year's futile attcmpi on me
part of the sugtr trust to get the aid of
the wholesale giocers In driving ti e Irde
pend'iit refi'iers out of existence, a month
ago a committee from the wholesale gro
cers went to New York at the Invitation of
the ilaemecrs to make a final effort at an
unde standing. The wholesalers were to
get their sugar with an additional icbatc
If they slgneJ an agreement to buy only
trust sugar. The conlcrence, like former
ones, came to nothing, and It Is tipposed
the sugar trust officials gave up In disgust.
In spite of the fact that It w ill now be a
go-as-you-please race Pctwien the Indepen
dent refiners, mid the trust t"i the sugar
traJe, Chicago w holcsaler do not look 101
any gieat cut In prices on tlif part of the
Hound Over lav Trhil.
I)onaldcs tho oung Poitugucn
w ho accidentally shot a boy n few dav
slneo. appealed in tho l'ollco Court
this forenoon on tho chargo of man
slaughter In the Hist degiee. After c.
amlnatlon Judge Wllcot bound nvoi
tho defendant for trial nt tho next tcim
of tho Circuit Couit. It.il I In tho stun
of $500 was tcipilrcd. T. McCantf
Stewart npiir-ntnl for Uonnildc.
Ladies' and Men's FDRHI
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
Grand Army Offlcuru.
The following officers of Geo. V. Do
Long I'oEt, O. A. It., vcio musteied In
by C. A. Heaths, M. O., last ocnlug nt
Win. L. Uaton, P. C.
W111. McCindlws, S. V. C.
John D. Conn, J, V. C.
Jns. T. Copclaud, Adjt.
(. DIetz, Q. M.
V. Cook, Chaplain.
S. McKcague, Suieoou.
i:. A. fitrout, O. D.
Fred. Sherman, O. CI.
J. T .Francis, Hergt. MnJ.
W. I'. Williams, Q; M. Hergt.
Fop the accommodation oT
customers, commencing with
the New Year anl the New Ctn
tury, W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.,
be& to announce that their store
will be open each day untifl
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
hnpo ters of CrocKerv and Glass jnd House FurnMiIng GooJs.
HIUIMER rnon PARIS.
N3 POST SI
SAH ?R, NCISCO CALIF.
..Sole Agents Jewel Stjvcs. Gurney Cleanable Refiigerjhrs The DtUctin, 7f cents yrr vinnlh
I am daily opening up goods
purchased by myself which are
well worth your inspection.
The assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was ever shown here
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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