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BULI ETIN: HONOLULU,
H. I., TDE8DAY, JANUARY
A Thing of
x Deauty is a
'4 uoy rorever
Just arrived per S; S. Aus
tralia a grand display of assort
ed silver-ware viz.: -
Fancy Berry Dishes,
U) Cake Baskets,
f ' Fruit Stands,
ofla Piiddmi' Dishes.
jL-ofeeiery and Pickle Stands
f ice IUD5, ice water ruuiers
(with or without Filters,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Soon Holder ,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin 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 pi ice
less 10 per cent lor ca-n.
v. The Hawaiian Hardwhie Co.
Fort street opposite Sprocket' Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Gram- ophones !
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THEM
THE BERGSTROM MDSIC CO.'S,
Progress Block, Fort St.
To Make Room for New Stock.
Bargains to be had in Elegant Silk
Waists and Skirts, Underwear,
nillinery, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
MISS M. E KILLEAN.
" Halrdreealng and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
it, 4i ifSSk, '- I'm v.'.ji-i.
THE CALCIUM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Pole AKenK for SHANNON FILING
r.AHINR IS AND noCUMENT FILfcS.
Seetl,e HAplD holler copier-
dcsi in inc wunu.
Safetv Document File Boxes like tut.
Many other good things, call and see
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
M'tmilUfi !fli 'i lafaiin' it futtAllii
LOCAL AfiD GKNEKAL,
Tbcro r.na no session of tho Cabinet
Lieut. Ia'bIIc la out of the hospital
and ablo to bo about again.
I'rctty little fotos 25 for GO ccuta, at
J. J. tVillmms' Photo Parlors.
Horses and rigs may be kept now at
WaiKiici now In thu stabics nt Long
Tho Australia Is duo from San Fran
cisco tomorrow morning with four days
Captain Parker captuicd a horse nnd
wagon left unhitched near tho Bulletin
olTlco this morning,
W. W. Bledsoe, It. D. Itlce, J. D. Lov
csou aud U. K. Caiter hao been ap
pointed Custom House guards.
Tho band did not play ut Emma
Square last evening because of tho fail
ure of thu electric lights to work.
J. P. Howatt and It. J. Taylor have
been piomotcd to be discharging In
Epcctois on thu Custom House force.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon two
cases of selling eplrltuoui liquor
against M. J. SImos wcro nollo pros'd.
Tho Citizens' Sanltniy Commlttro
has nn Important notice to tho gcnoinl
public In today's Issue of tho Bulletin
The Minister of Public InRtiuctlon
lias Issued an order that nil public
schools In this district bs closed. See
Hx-lnspcctor of Customs It. .1. Allen
has been put in charge of tho Mary H.
roster to remain nboard ns long as 10
quircd nnd to bo paid by 'iheo. II. Da-
vies & Co., Ltd.
Tho Lc Munyon Photo Supply Co.
will recclvo on tho Australia the larg
est lino cf moulding thnt ever canio to
Honolulu, also th clntett machlneiy to
mako up Bamo Into frames.
Tho higher courtH nro practically
cloned, tho judges having told tho
clerics to go out on sanitary duty. Any
impottant matter not admitting of de
lay may bo called up whenever neces
sary. Tho engagement of Mis Knthcrlno
McNeill, a member of the Boston I.ilc
Opera Co., and Dr. Walter HorfiuDn,
government bacteriologist, Is announc
ed. Tho wedding will tako place on
At tho cltl7cns' meeting yesterday
afternoon Judgo Whiting offered his
room In the Government building ns n
place for tho meeting of the Citizens'
Tho Doyo Maru hauled alongside tho
I'nciflc Mail wharr yesterday, but was
later ou ordered outside by tho Board
of Health. Tho Doyo Maru Is still out
sldo today with all her passengers and
No foreign vessel will bo allowed to
dlschargo nt this port without n Cus
tom House officer aboard. If n vessel
begins to dlschargo and thcro Is no
officer aboard such vessel will bo scaled
up by Custom Houso officers.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday a communication was read
from tho Chinese United Society, an
nouncing tho appointment of Attorney
Francis M. Brooks to represent them at
all meetings of the Board of Health.
"The Hawaiian Scenic Calendar for
1900, published only by the OoliN-ti
Iculo Basaar, 316 Fort street, Is a beau
tiful work of art. It eclipses nil pic
vlous efforts In this line, nnd nothing
would bo moro appropriate at this time
thnn to mall one of these to tho "full.H
at homo." Price RO cents
The Orplicum Closed.
At C o'clock last evening tho Or
pheum management was notlllcd by
tho Board of Health that It had ben
decided that the Orpheum be closed un
til further notice. In nccordaiu with
theso instructions no pe firniiii.fo w i
given. Numerous teat holders were dlj
appointed nnd u luiidshlp inflicted on
the theatrical staff, but the Interest nn 1
weal of tho community nt largo mint
Foxhnli Keen Injured.
London, Jnn. C. It Is farcd that
Foxhall Kecne, tho American sports
man, who broke his collar-bono while
hunting yesterday, has also sustained
i am daily opening up goods
purchased by myself which are
well worth your inspection.
The assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
a ...r-4-1--ft3fl nn 1it
I1U CVCI'VLIIllIii III UUI iiiiv
B. W. JORDAN,
..tfolLm . aafcft
;wi b&r &?h&?h&?
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $ i.OO-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
Per the- last Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's niul Children's.
JCM in reason for the Holiday Irado.
1 he Children' White Canvas Slippers, Men's House Slippers, and
L.-unes cvcmiif! Mipper , are especially. nice, and
vjur muck is cmnpi te.
We aie in position to lit you.
Men's Colored Seamless Half Hose,' 2 prs for 15c
Men's Seamless Unbleached " 10c, $1.20 doz
Men's Tan Seamless Half Hose, 10c, $l.oo doz
Boys' Extra Stout Fast Bl Seamless Hose, 15c
Ladies' Fast Slack Seamless Hose, 10c, $l.oo doz
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
IXr O "XT 3ES Lj. T
SSrS House Furnishing Goods ! :$:&
CORK A VI S prevent colds anJ co J f et jnd abs rb the molturr; jut what Is
winieJ fur the b.itlirojm lloir. It tsaplcisue t u '.t.unl oa one of this; nuls after
Ot-E AN CHURNS link" butter In half ths time or ar y other kind auJ are easily
cleaned. Simple .inj effrctlve.
I I -Ca I CUING PI.A TcS.-T hsv holJ six sheets of s'icky fly paper. As oui
is n e U ti Ird li c iii be pulleJ off without Milling the tigur s; l 'lf-pritrctlni; and
will not so, I oirpttsor furniture, and N nmi-pi innn i. Protection from first to List.
I he deinest and surest Stick Ply C irclur un the market.
Hi)Ueliimlli.iiK Cojds Department is on the second floor. Take the safety
.W. Diniond & Co ., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass nn J Home Funilhlm; GnoJs.
Sole ARent Jewel Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 a. m. to 5: o p. in.
...MOS .,iJU.Zr..-2n2tatiik. , ....jt'. - - - - - 4h;friml. - vr
are selling readily.
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NAVY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
Washington, Jen. C Hear Admiral
Bradford, chief of tho Bureau of
Equipment, nas again called tho atten
tion of Secretary Long to tho desira
bility of conducting naval experiments
with wireless telegraphy. There is a
disposition In tho Secretary's office to
await the conclusions of tho Investiga
tion now being mado by the Llghthouso
Board. Admiral Bradford upon In
vestigation learned that the board had
submitted nn cstimnto to Congress for
JL'u.OOO for erecting stations at points
on tho coast and outlying lighthouses,
out tho estimate contained no provi
sion for experiments. In view of this
fact ho has asked tho department to
again take the matter of naval experi
mentation with tho system under con
'J lie importance of tho sjstem to the
navy is ery great, naval officers de
clare, and It la hoped by them that tho
ilccutniy will cUcm it ndvlnahlo to
transmit an estimate for $20,000 to
CongtcsH with a icw to Us Inscitlon in
tho naal bill
Iteport3 ficm South Africa Indlcnto
that (n ncKuut of Iron oio In tho
mountains considerable difficulty Is be
ing pxpcilrnccd In communicating with
thu Marconi k) strut. It is thought by
nnvnl oillrcrn thnt t.iero will bo no
difficulty ul sen, but army authorities
deeply deploic tho effect of lion In tho
earth on tho sstom, and they hope
that something will bo developed to
nbollBh this inturfcrenco to successful
Tho nu'iilng Bulletin, 75 cent.i per
The Knthtiii of l.llut.
nBhlugtl)n, Jan. 1. The nnnmineo
ment that Charles N. C. Hllot of tho
British Hmbasj' Is nmnng those receiv
ing tho Queen's New Year's honors,
being uuide n Knight Commander nf
the Order of St. Michael nnd St. Ocorp.o,
was iecolcd ii great Interest In
diplomatic t Irclcs here, as Mr. Hllot is
well known and universally esteemed.
When the Samoan dlllleuity reached 11
critical stage Inst summer Mr. Hllot
was designated im the British Commis
sioner for Samoa, Joining lltron Steiu
burg of Oeimany nnd Bartlett Trip of
thlH country lu n trip to Samoa, which
had the salutaiy efftct of rcllrv.ng tho
Immcdtato troublo nnd paving tho way
for tho linal adjustment of tho Saui
oan qutstlnn. Thioughoilt the dl.U'-uI-ty
Mr. Hllot acted In such n way as to
win not only tho strong approval of
his own Government, but also the best
wishes fiom tho nuthoiltles In Wash
ington, so that tho honor now con
ferred on him Is gratifying to Stnto
Department officials ns well as to his
associates of tho diplomatic corp1.
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