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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1900.
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
Just arrived per S. S. A us
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 F Iters,)
Fancy Card Recdveis,
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 price
less 10 per cent for caih.
The Hawaiian Hardwjue Co.
opposite Sprec'eels' Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
Gram ophones !
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THEM
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC 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. eTkILLEAN.
' HairdreeslnjJ and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
THE CALCIUM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian IslanJs.
Pole Agents fur SHANNON N ING
CAHINIi IS AMJ DOCUMENT FiLfcS.
bee the RAPID KULLhU COPlfcR
best In the wurlJ.
tweaarn-c; i . - t- .-
Safety Document File Flnxes like cut.
Many other good things, call and see
WALL, HICHOLS CO.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
'1-cro was no Cabinet meeting to
uay. 1 lio Doyo Maru la still anchored out
eldo off Kakaako.
'Ibero will oo no meeting ot the Ama
teur Orchestra tbls week.
A chatelaine containing 30 has been
lout. ucward ottered, Seo Lost col
umn. All the banks of tho city will open at
10 a. m. and close at 2 p. m. until fur
ther notice. Bee Now Today.
Many people listened with delight to
thu cuullii ot tnc baud on tuo giuiinds
ot the bxccutlvo building this foro
noon. Tho camp of tho N .a. II. on tho
gi omuls or the lixecutUo building is
now complete. There are nbout eighty
tents In all.
Residents In the vicinity of Hackfcld
mid Uiotn streets uio hoping tlmi the
unsigntiy piio of rubbish at that place
win Boon bo called uw.iy.
A meeting of tho presiding ofllccrs ot
all fiuteiuul 01 iu s is caned for to
morrow ut 2 p. m. Du.siik.S3 of Im
poitance. See New Today.
Thu Lc Munyon Photo Supply Co.
will receive on tho Austialln tho Inrg
cst lino of moulding thut ever came to
Honolulu, also th eiaUst luachiumy to
make up sumo Into frames.
Among tho kaimuiluus who returned
from Ban Frnnclsco in tho Australia
today who tho following: M.s. S. I.
Dexter, Dr. and .Mrs. V. J. Oaibralth,
V. A it.iwen mid II. A. Ilaldwln.
Santiago RodrlqucB, tho Spaniard
luunu utai ivaituuko. died of
pneumonia. He was first thought to ba
u plague suspect;-.'! ho post inoitcm
brought out no tinces of tho disease.
Ofllcca of tho Scottish Thlstlo Club
for itio current term ore: J.- Harris
Mackenzie, chief; Norman Kay, chief
tain; A. 13. Kennedy, secretary; Robert
AnileiBon, truism ct; J. L. Cockhurn,
Bishop and Mrs. Willis have InvltcJ
C. !'. Fltz V. Hall to glvo an ndvnnco
reading of his forthcoming work,
"1'ocms of the Open Air," whoso publi
cation 1ms been dclnycd by unavoid
The Beard of Health has procured n
tlno bulletin board which now occupies
a position of honor on tho steps to the
main ofllce. 1 no lettering Is so arrang
ed that tho man In charge has but very
little writing to do.
0. F. Kits W. Hall has volunteered to
rcllovo Armetrong Smith, In cbargo oi
tho pest hospital. Mr. Hall was one ol
tho first to otter his services for the
post, and niialn bn volunteered for
Judgo Carter's patrol.
Evidently people In the States arc
not very nervous over tho plaguo In
Honolulu for, of the 4G cabin passcn
u'Cim who nrrlvcd In tho Australia this
forenoon, nil but six or seven nro
strangers In tho country.
Tho Mauna Loa that arrived from
Maui nnd Hawaii ports yesterday,
oi ought tho news that the Wtiluluilo
had tno engines cf tho Kllohana about
ready to bo taken aboaid when she
passed by Lahalna In tho morning.
The Hawaiian Hotel has on Its black
board the following: "Notice. Guests
ol the hotel will please bo on hand for
inspection by tho proper authority, nt 9
n. m. and G p. m. dally. Uy complying'
with this request much unueccsjaiy in
convenience will bo Buved."
"The Hawnllnn Scenic Calendar" for
1900, published only by the (.olden
Utile Unziiar, 31G Kurt stiect. Is a beau
tiful work of art. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts in this Hue. and nothing
would be more appiopilate at this time
iinn to mail one of thes? to thu "folks
at homo." Price CO cents.
A government raulo with a voiy pro
nounced nbscess on its face wis dis
co vcrcd by Captain I'nrkor outside tin
pollco station yesterday afternoon. The
Portuguese driver explained that hi
was employed by tho Board of Health
to clean up garbage from tho streets.
Deputy Marshal Cnllllngworth pre
ferred a communication to the Hoard
of Health and tho mule was returnee!
to tho stables, where a veterinary sur
geon soon hnd his knives nnd other In
struments at work.
I am daily opening up goods
purchased by myself which ap
well worth your
The assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was ever shown here
B. W. JORDAN,
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONE OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
Per Hit- hist Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Juvt in season for the Holiday trade.
'I he Children's White Canvas Slippers, Men's House Slipper-?, and
Ladies' livening Slipper , are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is compl-te.
We ate in position to fit you.
EXTRA "v.a.TjTxesss xjst
Men's Colored Seamless Half Hose, 2 prs for I5c
Men's Seamless Unbleached " 10c, $1.20 doz
Men's Tan Seamless Half Hose,
Boys' Extra Stout Fast Blc Seamless Hose, 15c
Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose, 10c, $1.1lo doz
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
6SS House Furnishing Goods ! -:;&
COHK M TS prevent colJs and cold f-et and al'S'rh the mo!turf; just what Is
waiiteJ for the b.ithrojm tbjr. It is a pleasure to stand on one of these nuts after
your With. ,
OU: AS' CHURNS nnhs butter In half the time or any other kind and are easily
""leaned. Simple, -in J effutive.
ILY-CA I CUING PLATES. Thsy holJ six sheets of s'fcky fly paper. As som
is ni e is ti Ifd h cm he pulleJ off without soiling the fignr s; is s-lf-protrcthitfand
will not soil c:rpitsor furniture, and is in n-pul-onous. I'pjtection from first to lat.
I he clemest and surest btU-e l:ly Citdi-r on the market.
HotisiluniUh.ng Go ids Department Is on the seconJ Hoar. Take the safely
.W. Dimond & Co , Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and CassanJ House Furnl'hliiR Goods. j
Sole .Rents Jewel Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 .1. m. to 5:50 p. m.
SIMPLICITY OP SCIENCE.
Science Is always simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment of tho past dealt
with "simples," tho puro vegotable
remedies provided by nature. Sagwa
Is compounded ot simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, becauso
It Ib based on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, barks and
gums which It contains. It Is tho
most ofUclent blood purifier and b ood
builder known. Ninety per cent ot
diseases nro curablo by tho prompt
and proper uso of Sagwa. It expels
from tho blood all corrupting nnd cor
roding elements nnd builds up a new
body with now blood. Thero is no
substltutn for Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. Hobion Drug Co., agents for tho
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
ftl'incy foe the Ilorrj.
Detroit, Midi., Jan. 0. Considerable
rtN.my was lals.-d for tho liner ipllcf
fund nt n m.-iiiig -ust nl-jht held un
der tho auspice of tin lw.il bn.n.'h of
the Holland rrauiv.ul Relief .Soe.rly.
Judge Ntwkli k f A m Ai Imr. .:mdo tho
prlnclplo mldrcss to tho 000 people
An experienced bookkeeper and oflko
man Is wanted. Seo Want column.
Tho schooner Aloha eleared from
San Francisco for this port January 9
nnd tho bnrkeiitlno W. II. Dlmouii sail
ed tho samo day.
10c, $l.oo doz
Pl'cnch Dcfcjitcd by ClitnchC.
Victoria, II. C, Jan. 4. News lins
reached Canton that a battle occurred
between natives near Wangchauan and
tho French forces btntloncd there. It
It Is said the Chinese routed tho French
and pursued them for somo distance.
Tho French los3 wa3 thirty killed. Tho
Chlucso Icbs'o nro nut tttntnl 'rim Lit
tle occurred on tho 10th and 11th of
On hearing of tho nffair the Vireroy
dlspntefied threo gunboats with 1,009
nnldleis to rc3tore order. Thi Vln-roy
nisi) wired the Tmmg-li Yamen nsklns
what slci s aro to bo taken, as io is
qulto unable to carry out dcllml'atlon
to tho s-itlsfactlon of tho French. Tho
news was brought by tho Queen Ade
laide, which reached here today.
Livery nnd hoarding stables nt Long
110NT PASS our OI'KRA (H.ASSKS
for tho Woild. They're iu.iiIp liy I.o
Malre. "Nuftsald." H. F. NVICHMAN
10 FORT ST.
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