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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THUU8DAY, JANDAUY 18. 1000.
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
Just arrived per S. S. Aus---
tralia a grand display of assort-
,i ed silver-ware viz.:
. Gruet Stands,
r Fancy Berry Dishes,
Celery and Pickle Standi
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
(with or without Flteis,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Sfoon Holder ,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
THE CALCIUM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
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 tor
yourself. Lowest market pi ice
less 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian Hardwue Co.
opposite Sprec'l' Hank
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ten ol merchant? who advertise ir.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Acent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Pole ARents for SHANNON FILING
CAHINEIS AND DOCUMENT FILbS.
bee the RAPID ROLLER COPIER
best In the world.
TTlii. lil ' ' I
Safety Document File Boxes like cut
Many other good tliinss, call and see
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Gram- ophones !
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THBM
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.
MESS M. eTkILLEAN.
Ilalrdresslng and Manicuring Parlors
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Bco Baiter's clinngo of nd on pago I
for gooUH ux AiiBtiullii.
Klvo vessels from Ban Pranclsco wore
In llllo bay whin tiie Klnau loft for
Tho branch of tho Kirst American
bank In HJiu expects to bo open for
The Bub-lnspcctors of tho Citizens'
Central Commlttco aro oolng very
Dr. Davis, a newcomer, Id Hoard of
Health pbyBlclnu at tho Walakamllo
Dr. A. N. Sinclair hag resumed prac
tlco ut School street, between Kmma
and Kort Btrccts.
On bcr eventful trip to Hllo tho Kl
nau lout an nnchor and Uftccn fathoms
of chain at Mahukona.
Heroafier and until further notice
theje will be but one stolon of the
Stock Uxchango each day at 11 o'clocK.
A Hllo correspondent writes; "The
Inngaid has not shown up yet although
she called from Honolulu last Thurs
day." Bays a Hllo correspondent: "Sixteen
teams were counted at one time cart
ing water from Hllo to Olaa for planta
tion use. There Is a great shortago at
the latter place.
The J.ime M iKe reports ?o,icco h r
of mir ip I it on Kan I ' he W (J. Ha'
was 'Outing ,it vntMl'il vr ierj.iv an ih
Nilh.iu w.k I'l-ch irrfiOK t El cle Loin.li
wrather m K tin!.
The Lo Munyou Photo Supply Co.
will receive on tho Australia tho larg
est line of moulding that ever came to
Honolulu, also th eiatcst machinery to
mako up same Into frames.
C. P. Baylor, tho visiting agent of the
Department of Agriculture,, Intends
returning to tho Coast In tne Austra
lia. He cannot net around the Islands.
and has work to occupy him on tne
Since tho pe opio of Hllo hnvo decided
on rigid mcanurcB ngainst Island
steamers from Honolulu, what the Kl
nau Is to do Is n mutter of surmise.
Asked tho question this morning,
President Wight of tho Wilder Steam
ship Co., answered: "I do not know.
g?i -yi iiti itii &
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN BLBGANT SOFT VIC! KID BALMORAL
FOR $t.00-ONE OF TUB NEW POPULAR-
Per the last Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and CliilJren's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
'I he Children' White Canvas Slippers, Men's TIoue Slippers, and
Ladies' livening Slipper , are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our Mock is com pi te.
We sue in position to lit you.
NO HONOLULU INTERCUT.
Regarding a Coast report that Tom
I JoluiHon, tho sltiglo tax ndvocato and
electric railway man, was coming to
tuo islands In tho Interest of a Hono
lulu electric railway franchise, It Is
found that ho has no connection with
cither of tho two companies having
fiunchlHcs in Honolulu. Mr. llallcn
tyne, manager of tho itapld Transit
Company, thinks Mr. Johnson may
havu an intorcst In the mooted propo
sition to connect Hllo and Kohala with
an electric railway.
"whoovor wrote up the reference to
Mi. Johnson," Mr. Uallentyno said,
"was batuy mixed on Hawaiian geogra
phy, as ho talked about a railway from
Honolulu to Hllo."
SU1AR TRU-'T ACTION.
New York, Jan. 10. Tho stockhold
ers of.tho Ameilcnn Sugar Reining
Mmipimy approved today tho action
takm by iho dlrcctots yesterday, em
bodied in the fjllowlng:
"Irisolvrd, That tho accumulated
ptontH Ues tne dividend which ha bien
dccmrcil up to this time, Including tho
dividend of Januaiy ;, liiou, ba rcsjrved
us hoiking capital, less such amount as
the dlrectois see lit fioiu time to tlmo
to dei'iaio as dividends."
Whin the (lection of offlcem was
fakrn up U. o. Ilavcmcyor, Arthur
iiunnn- nnd Jjhn Mayor weio clcclod
DON'T PASS our OI'KIIA (H.ASSKS
for the World. Thev'ri- ii'imir I g
Mnite. Nuff eald." II. P. WICIIMAN.
FROM PROFESSOR KOnRHLn.
I3y tho Mlowcra yesterday Commls
scloncr of Agriculture David HaughB
roeeivcti from l'rof. Kocbclo n letter
dated Hrlsbanc, January 3, 1900, In
which further information regarding
tho Mediterranean fly, tho enemy of all
cltniB fruits, is given. Prdf Kocbelo Is
still more decided In his opinion given
somo time ago and acted on Immedi
ately by Mr. Haugho, that the only way
to keep tho pcEt out of the Islands Is
by strictly prohibiting the importation
of any citrus fruits from the Colonies
where tho fly 1b known to thrive.
In speaking further about tho pest
Prof. Kocbclo manes tho statement
that all Mexican oranges received In
California uru bmned on account of
tno cxlc.cnco in Mexican cltlis of a 11 y
closely allied to tho Mediterranean
Prof. Koebcle has promised to ssnd
forward by the Alameda a largo con
signment of valuable seeds nnd insects.
"Me No Hovc-e You."
"Mo no Bavco you," In the statement
that one of the sub-Inspectors urn mi
against nt the house of a Chinaman In
Kallhl yestcrdny afternoon. Tho In
spector showed his badge bearing the
words: "Citizens' Sanitary Commit
tee," but tho Chinaman simply said:
"Mcbbe you pick him up in strct
You no got paper? Sposo paper, ol-al.
Tho Inspector saw tho point and made
tho statement later that each man a- nt
out should have n paper on his Insl le
pocket signed by tho people In authority.
Worthy of Cormlilcrntloii.
One of tho sub-Inspectors Btisgcsts
that disinfectants should be furnished
frco to all who may requite them, on
tho recommendation of snb-lnspcctora.
Ho had found people to whom ho had
prescribed dlslnfcctlnng of their premi
ses, who did not seem to bo able to pay
for tho material.
EIXTRd. "V-Sk-HiTJESSS I3XT
Men's Colored Seamless Half Hose, 2 pps for 15c
Men's Seamless Unbleached " 10c, $1.20 doz
Men's Tan Seamless Half Hose, 10c, $l.oo doz
Boys' Extra Stout Fast Blk Seamless Hose, 15c
Ladies9 Fast Slack Seamless Hose, 10c, $l.oo doz
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
S: House Furnishing Goods ! SSS
CORK M NTS prevmt colJ and cold fe andaSr') the moisture; just .what Is
wan'eJ fur the bathrojm flojr. It Isapleisue tosta.U 01 one of ths nuts alter
OuEAN CHURNS in il butter In half the time or it y oth;r kind auJ are easily
"ennrd. Simple and eff ctlve.
H.Y-CVI CUING PLAIS.-Th;v hoi I six sheets of s'lckv fly paper. As soi
asnie Nli Ird h cm be pullel off without snllin? the ligur s; It s-lf-pr.itfctint: and
will not sod c:.rpttstr furniture, and is u n-i Uonous. Protection from first to last.
I he cleanest and surest "ilik Ply Catch'r on the market.
Hous-lurulshins Cojdi bepirtmeiu U on the seconJ flojr. Take the safety
ROOT NO 1' A CANUIDAIil.
W.W. Dimond Sc Co, Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Cass and Houe FtirnMiIni; Onnds.
..i So'e ARents Jewel SUves, Gumey Cleanablo Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 a. m. to 5: 10 p. in.
Mllwnukcc, Wis.. Jan. 10. Henry C.
Payne, National Republican Commit
teeman of Wlsconslon, today received
a letter fro inllun. Kllhti Hoot, Secic
tary of War, In which Mr. Root suites
that ho will not bo a candidate for tho
VIco Presidency of tho United States.
In tho letter Mr. Root states that ho
dremn it far moro Important to tho
countiy, tho Administration and tho
Ri publican party nt this critical tlmo
of war that he should continue to nt
tcml to thn business of tho War Ofllco,
not that there aro 110 other men who
could wen discharge tho duths of Sos
nttaiy of War, but having spent five or
hlx months In becoming familiar with
tho subject, no other man could stop In
and tnko up tho work wltnout going
through tho samo training. Uelng a
candldnto tor VIco President would
mean his practical withdrawal from
the duths of tho War Ofllco within n
veiy short time.
I am daily opening up goods
purchased by myself which are
well worth your inspection. Sgg
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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