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lliE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900.
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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,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and iNapkin Rings.
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 pnce
less 10 per cent for cash.
Thc Hawaiian Hardwaie Go,
opposite SprecVels' Bank.
No shop-worn goo'ds on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up. .
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
To Make Room for New Stock.
Bargains to be had in Elegant Silk
Waistsand Skirts, Underwear,
riillinery, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
miss m. ITkillean.
Halrdressln and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
We desire to call
The Prince oS
. . v Consumes not more than
a half of the carbide consumed by
.... Unequalled for brilliancy of
liyht and simplicity of construc
tion. WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
. FOR 1900.
Sole Agents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
Seethe RAPID HOLLER COPIER-
best In the world.
JS3itKSiii3 1"7& - - -
Safety Document File Hoses lile cut.
Many other Rood things, call and s.e
WALL, NICHOLS GO.,
LOCAL Alii) GENERAL,
A foreign bark from the euNtwnrd Is
off port at 2:30.
For rough Bailor hats, ribbons, etc.,
try .Mrs. Ilnnna, Fort Btrect.
Six-room cottage to let on KInnu
street. See To Let column.
The Executive Council will have a
session at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Twomoro roatcliod tdms Just receiv
ed ex-lrwln. Club Stables, Fort Bt.
The ofllcc of tho PECnLES3 PltU-
SEKVIN'i. PAINT CO Is removed to
017 Fort street, opposlto tho Club Sta
bles. Ono Japanese was arrested Inst night
for attempting to get out of tho In
fected district by offering a brlbo to
one of the guards.
Dr. Hoffman, Government bacteriolo
gist, Is In need of a hnlf dozen inbblts
for further experiments with his antl
toxlnc. Sco Now Today.
Machida Is tho name of" Dr. Kobny
nshl's young assistant who was strick
en with tho plague Sunday and remov
ed to the plngiio hospital.
Dr. .1. S. McCrcw Is able to bo about
after n severe attack of neuralgia In
tho head. His hearing Is affected, It Is
to bo hoped only temporarily.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel and
Xuu.inu streets, lodging by day, week
or month. Terms: 25 and 10 cento
per night. $1 and $1.25 per week.
The China was busy all night and
nil day today with her freight. She
will not bo able to get away for Sun
Francisco until come tlmo this even
ing. M. J. Simos appeared in tho Police
Comt this forenoon on Unco ehargea
of selling liquor without :i license. All
thes hnvi' bfen postponed to January
Tho thrt-e Chinamen Mippotcd to
have assaulted Bernnd IVrry In Mnuoa
Sunday weio arrested yf-st.'nlay. They
uru ihargrd with assault with n, diadly
The llcbcarch Club will not hold Its
usual meeting on account of many of
tho members being engaged on the
Hoard of Health. Due notice will bo
given when the wit meeting will be
V. II. Cinwford has severed lilu con
nection with the Hawaiian .Chinese
News Company. Joteph (loo Klin and
Chang Clinu have been appointed re
ports h and collcctora for raid com
pany. Health Agent Reynolds was under tho
weather yesterday afternoon and was
forced to return to his home, but
bright and early this morning, ho was
again at his post of duty in tho Hoard
of Health olllce.
Tne 0. K. & Li. has started today to
put In a spur from its main track to
the Kaiinl detention camp for the bet
ter handling of supplies for tho luin
dieds that arc soon to take up their
temporary residence- at that place
"Tho Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1900, published only by tho Golden
Kulo Bazaar, 316 Fort street, is a beau
tiful work of art. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts in this lino, and nothing
would be moro appropriate at this time
than to mall ono of theso to tho "folks
nt home." Price 50 cents.
In the ewe of Hoo Wnl, charged with
tho larceny of a chicken from n Japan
ese, a nolle prosequi was entered In
the Police Court this forenoon. Tho
I'lilnaninn claimed tho chicken, and
stated that it was in tho habit of lay
ing on tho premises of tho Japnucso
and then wandered back into his plac"
to he fed.
Don't Wjint Strange CIiIiuiiiujii.
Judge Wllcwx has offered the intn on
his place at Kallhl five dollars ($5.00) ,i
liejd for every sti.inge Chinaman found
on the pl.ue, In Cu.iseuusncc ol this fact
his employes are on the qui vlve all the
time. Two strange Chinamen ln e been
found and nut off the p'ace. A day or so
ago Judge Wilcox found another feliow on
His immediate premises with ins ivj
clothes and clothing reajy to "visit" a
friend of his Judge Wilcox escorted him
ofi the place.
purcnasea oy mysen wnicn are
wen worm your inspection.
The assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was ever shown here
E. W. JORDAN,
?s&7ik&?i &?h&? h&?
Style, : Comfort
AN BLBGANT SOFT
FOR $4.00-ONB OF
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
I'cr the last Australia, we receivid a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's ami Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Children' White Canvas Slippers, .Men's House Slippers, and
Ladies' Kvcniiiii Slippers, are especially nice, and are sellinj: readilv.
Our stock is complete.
We arc in position to fit you.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
Fop the accommodation of
customers, commencing with
the New Year and the New Cen
tury, W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.,
beg to announce that their store
will be open each day until 5:30
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importer! of CrocKerv and Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, Guniey Cleanable Refrigerators.
I am daily opening up goods
: and : Neatness.
VICI KID BALMORAL
TUB NEW POPULAR-
The Boys at Mnnilii.
Mr, W W. Millard yesterday re
ceived a letter by the steamer China
from Manila, written by Ulchard Laz
cnby, one of tho soldier boys who left
Honolulu Sunday afternoon, Novem
ber! 12, on tho animal transport Athen
ian, Mr Lazcnby says they arrived nl
Manila safely on December 2d, after n
very rough trip; they encountered a
couple of heavy storms, one on Novem
ber 22d and 23d forcing tho ship to turn
backwards on her courso towards Ho
nolulu. Tho correspondent writes that
ids regiment is on tho flrtlng lino, and
has been ever (since Its arrival, being in
Mnnlla only twenty minutes when it
was ordered to tho fiont. So far his
regiment (tho number of which he
failed to give,) has lost no men, onl
ono being wounded, not seriously.
"Thcro Is somo hard fighting going
on. Agulnaldo'H family has been cap
tured, ami it is expected to get him
soon. Tho natives are treacherous; wc
lmo to keep n clow watch on them, as
they do not want to fight fair but try tu
surprlbu us. Hut they will soon get
enough of It. One sees eomo terrible
sights here, one being a chunk thai
Dewey blew up. about three hundred
people being Killed In II Wo am in
one of the old Spanish barracks; our
bosiiitul in ii church. Very few of the
soldlcis nro sick; our boys look hcil
thy, but in o well tanned. It Is um
sldirnlily hotter beie than nt Ilonnlii
Work on tin1 wai chouse now bplng
I put up between tho Pacific Mall and
I Mkellko wharves Is progiesBlngTapld
i ly and two or three more dnys should
I see Its completion.
Tcrrltorlc tind Statehood.
Phoenix. Arl., Dec. 23. Senator
(leorgo Shoup, chairman or tho Senate
Commltteo on Territories; Scnntor ('
I). Claik, Wyoming; Dinger Herman.
Commissioner of the General Land
Office; (icucnil 1 K. Alnsworth, in
charge of pension records In tho War
Depnitnunt in company with Governor
Mm pity, nnjved In Phoenix Inst night
iiiipr visiting vurlcnis towns In Now
Moxlco and Northern Ail;:uu:i to ac
quaint themselves with tho qualifica
tions of the two territories for becom
ing states. At it reception tho vlsltots
expressed themseles as surprised by
tho wondeiful rcsouices of Arizona and
tlcelnicd stiougly In favor of admitting
both Ailzonn and Now Moxlco.
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
O.. "o Manila.
10 FORT ST.