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THE EVENING BPLLETlNrHDNOLUEUr H. "IFBIDAY, JANUAIirlQ, 1900. T pg v WFW T?6)
A Thing of
" J5eauty Is A
J Joy Forever
Just arrived per S. S. Aus
tralia a grand display of assort
ed silver-ware viz.:
Fancy Berry Dishes,
Pudding Dishes, v
Celery and Pickle Stands
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers i
(with or without Filters,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
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 cash.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go.
Pert street. opposite Sprec'elV Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun-1
, ters of merchants who advertise in .
"The Bulletin. !
Gram ophones !
C -jfiS?"8! c
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SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THEM
THE BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.'S,
Progress Block, Fort St.
To Make Room
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.
' Halrdreeslng and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
THE CALCIUM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Pole Agents for SHANNON FILING
riuimcic AMnnnnmcNT nil cc
Seetl,e kapid roller copier-
UCM III MIC WUI1U.
Safety Document File Boxes like cut.
Many other good things, call and see
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
for New Stock.
LOCAL AND GENERAL;
Honolulu Messenger Sorvlco delivers
messages mid packages. Telephone
Ring up 191 when you want a reliable
driver, a good hack and no over charg
ing. M. Tclstlera, a Portuguese qulto well
known In Honolulu, has been arrested
on account of Insanity.
Will C. King wants a sub-Inspector
who resides near Emma and Punch
bowl corner. Bc New Today.
Tho doctor's room aboard the Aus
tralia, has been secured by a lady who
Is anxious to get to tho States.
, DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for the World. They're made ty Lo
Mutre. "Null said." H. P. W1C11MAN
A Hawaiian lad was run over by a
dray on King street near Kamchamelia
school this afternoon and vciy b.uliy
Wnlklkl Inn took a sulphur bath this
week and overy nook and corner clean
ed out. Ono room to rent, ?1'- "cr
J. R. Mills, lato ot Queen street, has
rcsutnid buslmss In the Lincoln block
King street. Mr. Mills has on hand
California potatoes, fruit, eggs, etc.
See New Today.
Saturday afternoon, 3 o'clock at tho
Executive Building ground oi.n ...v.
3 p. m., at Makco Island, If cars run.
Monday evening, 7:30 p. m., at Execu
tive Building grounds.
Walter Pomroy, foreman for tho Ha
waiian Gazette Co., returns to Hono
lulu in lino health and spirits after
qulto a trip in tho Btatcs. His many
friends are glad to see him onco more
back in Hawaii nci.
Special Agent of the Board of Health
Dydeckor went about tho various hack
stands of tho city this forenoon nnd
told them of tbe decision of tho Board
of Health to bavo all tho rugs nnd mats
removed from tho hacks.
At tho Board of Health meeting yes
terday President Wood reported hav
ing received a communication from ono
of tho city ministers asking if Sunday
services had been prohibited. As yet,
tho Hoard of Health has not forbidden
tho opening of churches for services.
BALFOUR IB OPTO.MISTi:.
London, Jan. 8. Arthur J. Balfour,
First Lord of tho Treasury, delivered
his annual address to his Manchester
constituents this evening. An Immense
audience gavo him an enthusiastic re
ception. Mr. Balfour contrasted tho
conditions of last year, when tho lu-
shoda Incident had been honorably
closed nnd tho peaco conference had
been held at Tho Hague, with those of
today, when, he said, England had be
come involved in the "greatest war of
tho generation." Ho added:
It is truo tho Government knew tho
situation contained elements of peril.
but It is not truo that they regarded
tho war as anything like inevitable. If
it bo asked why tho Government,
knowing tho Transvaal was increasing
Its armaments, did not protest, the
melancholy reason rests in tho Jame
son raid, wnich gavo uio Transvaal a
chanco to say it was nrmlng, not for
aggression, but for self-protection.
In defending tho artillery equipment,
Do not bollovo your soldiers! nre sent
to tho field with u worso gun than
France or Germany would use In simi
lar circumstances. Tbe guns supplied
to Sir George White woro Intended for
a mobllo force, not for tho defence of a
beleaguered fortress. 'Iho course of
tho war liau revealed tho necessity for
guns less mobile, but of greater lunge,
and theso aio being put oat abundant
Ha declared that tho Government
had given tho generals an absolutely
free hand; that tho war was ono in
defenso of our African empire,' nnd
that through good and evil fortune
they would pursuo it unswervingly to
tho end, so that no such war should
ever bo waged In South Africa again.
In conclusion, Mr. Balfour ridiculed
tho foreign prophecies that tho dis
solution of tho DrltlBh Emplro was
about to begin.
1 am daily opening up goods
purchased by myself which are
well worth your inspection.
The assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was ever shown here
E. W. JORDAN,
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : t t :
Per the last Australia, we received tt grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Children' White Canvas Slippers, Men's Hoje Slippers, and
Ladies' Evenfnn Sl'pper, are especially nn.e, and are sellir g readily.
Our stock is compl.te.
We are in position to lit you.
&&& House Furnishing Goods ! $-:-:&
CORK MATS prevent colds and co d f et and a'-s rb the moisture; just what Is
wanted for the bathroom ilojr. It lsapleisu-e tostani o.i one of these nut after
OCEAN CHURNS nnl butter in half
c'ei'iieJ. Simple smJ effrctK e.
H.Y-C-VI CUING PLATES. -They
as one Is li'.led It cm.be pulleJ off without
will not soil carpets or furniture, and Is
1 he cleanest and Mirest Stick l:ly OUher
Hmiselurnlsihlng Goods Liep irtinent
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
. Importers of Crockerv and GI.1ss.1nJ House FurnWiIng GooJs.
-Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, Gurney Cle.inabic Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 a. m. to 5:10 p. m.
Those wishing to make purchases
of Dry Goods without ooming into
town, are invited to plaoe orders
large or small, by telephone or
We deliver free to any part of
Our telephone No. is 436.
WHITNE? & MARSH, LTD., W
Importers of Dry Goods.
the time or any other kind and are easily
holJ six sheet of s!Lky fly paper. As sow
soiling the figures; Is self-protecting and
iion - pnl - onotis. Protection from first to last.
on the market.
li on the seconJ floor, lake the safety
YANKEE AID FOR "BOBS.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 8. Frederick U.
Burnbam, of Pasadena, Co., tho noted
American scout, arrived today from
Alaska, en route to South Africa to ac
cept a position on Lord Robert's staff,
which was tendered him by cable
Durnham saw South Africa scrvico In
1896, acting as scout for Colonel Baden
Powell, under General Frederick Car
rlngton. Ho was also with Jameson
in the Matabelo war of 1893.
Tho fact that this intrepid frontiers
man Is an American, n citizen of the
United States, born at Mankato, Minn.,
cuts no figure at least with Durnham
nnd for thnt matter ho has fought for
tho British before. With tho closo of
the Matnbclo war Burnbam returned to
his nntlve land, nnd for tho past year
ho has been in Alaska and on tho Brit
ish Yukon ns far down ns Dawson.
"Am I glad to go?" Durnham Inquir
ingly replied, discussing his mission.
"Well, indeed, 1 nm. Next to lighting
In the cause of my own country, I most
delighted to serve tho British In such a
Burnhnm is thirty-eight years old.
The use of tho Singer in m'Ulons of
homes shows the unpreccdeu vA suc
cess of theso Ideal sewing ins. slues.
it Is convincing proof Hint the "oacr
exi.cls In all kinds of family Vng
and art needle woik. All ou. v "!ti3
iiimblni'S mi- of Hie best construe -:u,
heautlfu ly decorated, anil are mounted
on sleivti'd roods In finely Mulshed
cablui'ts o: artistic designs. II. Der
vreisen, agent. H5i4 Bethel street.
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE MBETS.
A meeting of tho Citizens' Commit
tee was held In the ollico of tho Minis
ter of tho interior yesterday aiternoon.
Minister Young stated that the object
of tho meeting was to find out tho stato
of advancement of tho detention camp
buildings and to dctenniuu what now
structuits would ha rentilrcd. Mr.
Kennedy repoited that tho buildings
I almost finished would nccommoda'a
about -1,000 people. A little crowding
might make room for l.uuO more. Ths
woik would bo llnished by next Mon
day or 'lucsday.
j Minister Young stated that ho had
rcciivcd Instructions to provldo for
I 0,000 people. Should thcie bo n crowd
l Ing cf the people or should a third row
of buildings at Wnlakamllo bo put up.
Dr. Hcibcrt moved that n third row of
I buildings bo started as soon as pos
I It was voted that a regular paymas
1 tor and bookkeeper for the laborers at
Wnlakamllo bo nppolnted on account of
1 recent trouble with tho pay roll.
10 FORT ST.