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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.,- SATUI'DAY. JANUARY 6. 1900.
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,
Celery and Pickle Stands
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
(with or without Filters,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Toilet Stands, .
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
We desire to call
The Prince of
.... Consumes not more than
a half of the carbide consumed by
.... Unequalled for brilliancy of
light and simplicity of construction:
WHITMAN & CO.,
So'e ARints for the Hawaiian Island?.
A great variety of Rodger's
celebrated silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
Just the thing for Christ
mas and New Year presents.
Please call and examine for
yourself. Lowest market price
less 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian Hardw&ie Co,
opposite Spreckels' Bank.
Sole Agents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
See the RAPID ROLLER COPIEI?
best In the world.
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KT o(rtAfrM rvjrwlaS rn tit cniiti
ters ol merchants who advertise in
Safety Document File Uoes like iut,
Many other gooJ things, call and .-e
WALL, SIGriOLS CO.,
Fop the Holidays
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
For rough sailor hats, ribbons, etc.,
try Mrs. Hanna, Fort street.
The Mlkahala, nulling Monday, win
mako a trip to Nlllimi.
Two more matched tems Just receiv
ed cx-lrwin. Club Stables, Fort at.
The Hawaii camo In from the wreck
of the William Carson this forenoon.
An lmportan assessor's notice to tax
payers appears in this Issue See page
Honolulu Cricket Club wilt play the
U. u. T. 8. Athenian's team this after
noon, Camera fiends wcro very active at
the flro on lSuuauu street this morn
ing. Tho W. O. Hall, James Makeo and
Keaulijm aro nil due from Kauai ports
Captnln F. D. Walker Is again work
ing up his fish guano schemo with good
prospects of succeeding.
Captain Nelson has been nppolntcd
llghthouso keeper In placo of Captnln
Tho buildings destroyed by lire this
morning wcro the property of Dal San
and were occupied by Chlucao and Ja
panese. in the roll co Court this forenoon
James Carty wan lined $3 and costs on
tho charge of ayault and battery on
0. Merrick hail been given nine
months for stealing laundry. Two
more men from tho steam laundry will
bo tried on tho samo charge.
A case of pocket Instruments has
been stolen from Camp Iluhlcu, K:i
pnlnmn. Complaint has already been
made nt pollen licadrniarteiH.
The Iwalaul for Kolon, and Kleclc
and tho Mlhahnla for Elcclo, Malta
well, Wnlnea, Kckaba and Nlllmu aro
on the board'j to sail Monday nt I
Tho phy.'.klana of Honolulu aro re
quested to attend u mcetlui; In Prog
ress Hall at 8 p. in. this ovcnlng. Sub
ject for discussion: "Tho Sanitation
of tho City."
D. L. Mars wan piano accompanist at
Hid Manonic banquet last night. Paul
It. Iscnborg and J. S. Bailey wcie
among the vocnli'its who charmed tho
Tho Ccrinanln Llfo In&uranco Com
pany has Issued -t Ueautllul calendar
for 1900. ThcfiO are being distributed
among business bouses by Orar, I.an
sliiK Ai Co., tho local agents.
Thero vas n meeting of the Mounted
Hoservo at tho police station today to
call for volunteers to go to Hnlwa and
other outside dlbtrlcts ns guards and
there to remain until tho quarantine
The "coramon niiluuicw" for which J.
McQueen was before tho Polico Court
constated In driving mules through tho
street, eonicthlng lio and many others
had often dono before vltbout knowing
it was contrary to law.
Captain Movatt and ofllcrs of tho
transport Athenian last night enter
tained crtcketcra and other friends on
board ship. Mr. Fibs Hall presided at
tho post-prandlal cxcrclscu and soma
elegant talent was revealed by hosts
"Tho Hawaiian Bcenlc Calendar" for
1900, published only by thu Golden
Utile Bazaar, 316 Fort sucet, is a ln.au
llful work of art. It eclipses ull pic
vloui efforts In this line, and notlilnu
would bo moro nppropriatn at this tim
than to mall ono of tlicau to tho "foil.
at hnine " Prlco CO cents.
PACIFIC LODGE INSTALLS.
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN BLBGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF TUB NEW POPULAR
PR1CBD SHOES : : : : t
Per the List Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and ChiMrcn's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Children's White Canvas Slippers, Men's House Slippers, and
Ladies' livening Slipper-, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is compute.
We are in position to lit you.
Pacific Lodge, F. & A. M., held Its
annual installation exercises at tho
hall of tho Masonic Totnplo last even
ing. Thero was a full attendanco of
members of this young and aggressive
lodge. Many visiting members untt
guests participated In the festivities of
tho evening. Tito installation exer
cises were conducted by Past Master C.
It. Illploy assisted by C. M. White of
Lodge la Progrcs as grand mnrshnl.
These nio tho now ofllccrs:
W. A. Whiting, It. W. M.
N'. R. Gcdgo, Deputy M.
L. T. Kennkc, Sub. M.
W. L. Stanley, S. W.
n. O. White, J. W.
M. II. Williams, Sec.
W. O. Atwntcr. Treaw.
F. L. Moors, Chaplain.
C. J. Hutching. S. I)
.1. A. Lylo, J. D.
13 P. Chapln, S. H.
II. J. Gallagher, .1. H.
T. P. Harris, Tyler
J. W. Harvey, I. (1.
At the closo of tho ceromoncs N. K
Gedgu the retiring master of tho lodge
was presented with a splendid master's
Jewel from tho members of tho lodge
Members and guests then repaired to
the nniMiucst hall, whero tho exercises,
presided ovor In Worshipful Mastci
Whiting, were characteristic of the
well known good fellowship and loyal
ty found nmuiiR members of the Ma
sonic fraternity. Pacific Lodgo has
mndo rapid progrcs1! nnd opens the
new vefii v i; prospects of tho brightest.
Ladies' and Men's FORM
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
In llonoi' f Lnwton.
An nlllclal notice fiom tho War I)o
partment of Geucnil Lawtou's death,
the garrison Hag has been placed nt
hnlfmnKt. With the notice i-onus a
plea from Major Gmeral Shaftcr for
contributions to tin fuud for Mrs.
" And what a wraith of enjoy.
tnent did the first d. tachment ol
America's army of inv.i.M hi derivt
fiom this hv nt Honolulu.' lrom
O. "o .V.uni'la
For the accommodation of
customers, commencing, with
the New Year and the New Ctn
tupy, W. W. Dlmond'& Co., Ltd.,
beg to announce that their store
wiSS be open each day unti3 5:30
.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Imrorlcr of CrocKerv and Glassand House rurnMiliiR Goods.
Sole ArciU Jewel Stjves, Gtirney Cle.in.ible UeftlRorators.
I Yoim. Tnicvcs to J H.
John Knhulln, Kalclwohl, S. Frcdcn
burg, Antono Louis, Kupa, V. Kaltlna.
"im and Kniinii, seven of tho hoys lin-
' 'n the theft of Bam shu from
rlteatcu . -"Pro sentenced to four
tho iishmarket . nt hard labor
months' Imprisonment "- Court
by Judge Wilcox In tho Poin.
ilns foicnoon. Tho enso of .loo Wan
was nolle proa'd, It having been proven
that defendant was at work at tho time
Inn thrft was committed. Knliolciin
Kapulu and Ale. Hoblnson liad bch-
tenco bimnrniTr il fcii. Ililinn., ........it...
ill tin Ir Cuiicn.
Last night tho Hasten Lyrics scored
another success In their representation
of Mnscotto. A fashlonablo nudlcnco,
that Included .Mrs. Annls Montague
Turner and party gao amplo evidence
that tho porfoimanco was lilghly np
prorlntcd. Messrs. Kunlccl nud Hen
derson were extremely ludicrous as
Itocco nnd Lovcnzo, while Miss Stan
ton nnd Miss Lacklcy gained fresh lau
'"'" "" Mottenla nnd Klnmettn. To
night Mascotto will bo repeated.
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up. K - 1
esst -xeesies. f I pirn rlmlv nnenin6 nn rtnnrlc
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - - $150.00.1 -- -. rw.... 'f wvr
purchased by myself which are
well worth your inspection.
THE BERGSTROM MDSIC CO.,
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was ever shown here
f-Blfl 8torc8-2. 20B-20T Hotel Street,
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST
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