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K fflWF' . THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU,. H. I., WHDNnSDAY, DKCEMBtiH ft), .900. ' ' . J . .
' I TO THE PUBLIC "
Bfelj We take great pleasure in .announcing that our I
I, Wm? New Market in the Waverley Block, Bethel St., between King and I
. y 'Ar;M,f
ifrlarcliy a thing:
Miller & LUX'S, Prime Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal. The Standard
Meats of the coasts Nothing better to be had. We are the Sole Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Fish, Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon, Sole, Smelt,
Mallard, Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.,
BEO. A. DAVIS
GEO D. GEAR
OAVIS & GEAR
Itiorneyi and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 202, 203, 302, Judd Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
RHABLES F. -PETERSON
attorney at Law and
J. M. KANEAETJA,
Attonioj and Counsellor at
Offlce: In the Occidental Hotel,
fsrner at King and Alakea Streets,
W. 0. Aehl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Offlce No. 10 West King Street.
Set of 5 maps, 82.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE .' . .
And other Rings, Watches; Brace
ma, Pins, and an extensive variety
EI. G-. BLAJEWL;
401V4 FORT STREET.
Honolulu Concrete Company.
utnee with H F. Bertleman, Contractor,
Klnj St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL klnJs of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFORNIA 1'RILES.
WE make a siwclaltv of constructing
Cement SMe, Walks at very reasonable
Young St., tt. Alapai & Kaplolanl Sis,
Ntwlv furnished rooms with board.
lAlto tM bond, reltplxmi 1171 Ww.
5rioe.Job 1'rlntlng at .'(u HulUtln
you-could wish for, but what Is to be
Crabs, Etc., Etc.
Game, Turkeys, Geese, Chickens, Quail, Canvass Back,.'
Chinesa and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any stylt
Framed Pictures (or salt.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
146 TELEPHONE 86q
P. O. UOXl,1. TCU94I
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
08 Hotel St.. Neap Fort
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OIAWA. Jtfaoafii,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tlmpotary 0c: Row t apitalra Sprtcktll MIS
im- hi. i. .
LADIES SKIRTS tLEANO
Clothing CI.itwi, Dy.j a&4 Repaired
-SUITS MADE to oudek-
3-Flt (uarantMd. VLowtit Prlit.
Fort Street, near Kukul, and near Orpheum Theater.
Price: Cleaning on suit, Ji; Dyeing tult fa. 5c.
A FlM ASSORTMENT O" AMIItlCArl, ElfQUSH AHD
SCOTCH CLOTH ON MAID
No. 319 Nuuaou street. Honolulu, H.JI.
Good work and trtdaU fit ruaiantaed
Clothf a Cleaned and Pevalred
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Slort ar.l Odea Flttlni.
Plana anj fcallmaus Fuialthaa.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERK & CO..
Architects and Balers
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Co, W. Paia T.I. itj
C W, Uaaiail.a P. O, Uoa dI
BDAKDHLliE tV PAGU
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms a-4. Arlington Annex,
I'molulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. ja$i
or ALL HINOe.
)oiilorn in IaimilKir iintl Goal
Hotel Sts., M
Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
POPULAR ADMIRAL FETED
-,BY JAPANESE OFFICIALS
He Was With Perry When Japan's
Door Was Opened to the World
Tokyo, Dec. 1. At, the Selyokcn,
Uyeno Park, Tokyo, many hundred
prominent Japanese ladles and gentle
men, with a few foreigners, being In
vited by the reception committee, rep
resented by Marquis and Marchlonca
Salgo, to meet Admiral BeardsTCSTIatJ
of the American Navy. Admiral
Beardslee Is a veteran officer who ac
companied Perry forty-seven years ago
on his memorable expedition to Japan,
and the Japanese, ever hospitable to
foreigners who take an Interest In tho
country, have been 'lionising" him very
The gathering commenced with
speeches, and ended with 'a feast. A
select party of Japanese and foreign
ers, with the guest of the afternoon,
was assembled on the verandah of the
hotel, from which 'speaking took place.
Dr. Kato, whose remarks were Inter
preted by Mr. Takabashl, spoke, ex
pressing his pleasure at meeting tin
Admiral, and adding that at the time
the latter first visited Japan, the coun
try had begun to realise the Importance
of Intercourse with the western world.
While a good many people were of
opinion tatit the foreigner must hi
fought with his own weapons and Ja
pan's subspqucpt progress had been thn
outcome of tho growth of that feel
ing. Amlral Ileardslee, In a few well se
lected senstenecs, expressed his seiuu,
of tho hearty wclcomq oxteniled lilni.
le declaimed all Idea that the r'ecjp
tlon was dun to liU own personal mpr
lls, but recognized that It was uccordo.l
him as tho representative of Ms na
tion. Ho remarked on tho enormous
changes which had taken placn slnco
his flrBt visit to tho country every
thing had been (hanged, When ho
came up tho Hay with Perry nt tho
masthead of the Commodore's ship wan
his pennant, showing a single laiga
white star In n bluo ground, und ho wan
happy to think that that star was the
symbol of the light which had swent
away all the clouds In which tho old
Japan had been enveloped, and had
been the harbinger of a bright dawn of
enlightenment, Ho remarked on tho
universality of tho English language In
Japan, and expressed tho opinion that
tho Japanese wcro rapidly becoming an
KnRllnh'SpcnkluK ns well as Japuncnu
Cheers were then given for tho Ad.
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Vr.. wii. S.n4lir"M0it
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"V tlll!HCi: M.liCTMIC Cll
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had at our market.
mlral pn the call of Marquis Salgo and
Haron Tanaka, nnd the capital military
band which was present played "Hall
After tho speeches the company wit
nessed some very pretty gclshn dancing
and some clever acrobatic feats, or en
joyed, themselves In wandering about
the grounds. In one corner was a
most Interesting exhibition of Perry
relics, the property of Count Abe, con
sisting of a large number of articles
presented to tho Count's grandfather
by the United States Government, and
also a collection of prints and news
paper articles and cartoons.. There w as
a set of welghtB and balances, a record
ing Instrument, and a set of pictures of
the American-Mexican war, given by
Perry, Then thero were pictures, Ja
panese and foreign, of tho commodore.
and very singular Indeed were tho Ja
panese conceptions of tho distinguished
visitor. Some Jnpaneso prints giving
Ihclr ideas of railway engines and
ships were also extraordinary. Thero
was a fan-shaped writing with the
words "Be friendly to all Americans,''
written by a secretary nccompanylng
the expedition, nnd n gaudy represen
tation of a review of American blue
jackets, painted according to the metn
ods of tho Tokugawa period. Altogeth
er the exhibition was most Interesting.
Thero was a flnershow of chrysanthe
mua. stalls for light refreshments were
stationed In every avallablo nook, and
everything was done to promote tho
pleasure of the guests. All tho attend
ants were dressed either In nrmor or In
old-tlmo civilian dress.
The ever popular Rainier boer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beor ira tap cr
An arc headlight for electric Btrcet
cars has Just been brought out. Tlui
ordinary oil lamp headlight, or the va
riety using an Incandescent lamp In a
small parabolic reflector mink In the
dashboard, serves well enough to noti
fy wnltlug passerK'ngors that tho ear
Is coming but they light the tracks
for a few feet only. In these days of
high speed trolley curs there Is urgent
need for a light that will show an ob
struction on the track In time to stop
thn car. In tho new headlight an en
closed arc lamp Is used, consumlii.f
nbout three-quarters of hn ampero of
current at COO volts, or nbout olx-tenthti
of a horse power. This nmoiint of cur
rent Is Insignificant compaird with thn
value of the better light obtained, It
Is usserted that the new hculllKhtn
nnt simple In design nnd work well In
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY,
Take Ijuatlve Ilromo Qulnlno Tabids.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to euro, U. W, Orqvo's slguatur
Is on each box, 25 cents
An iidvnnlnKu In buying n plnnn on
tlui llisliillliidit pluli Is Unit ninny peo
ple. dii nut liuvu I'IiiiiikIi money nt mm
llliio In Kt ii K") lllllii)il(illl. mid !
pnyliiK in u llttlu ixirli month lliu Plnnn
JU yoius, Tim lluiMir)iii JlnMc Co, '
Smoked meats, Hams, Bacon, Sausages.'fresh every day, Tongues,
Chipped Beef, Etc. ALSO Sweet Bread, Brains, Calves Liver, Tripe,
Calves Feet and Heads, Etc., Etc.
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow Chow, Sa"ur Kraut, Apples, Pear..
Grapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A FULL SUPPLY OF FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES. . ;
Oysters, Fancy, Large or Small in Shell or Cans. In fact Everything in
the, Market to be hid we keep.
Goods at Lowest Market Prices.
THIS IS FOUTDERS DAY
STUDENTS OF KAMEHAMEHA
PAY LOVING TRIBUTE
To Memory of Late Bernice Pauahi
Bishop Decoration of Giave
This Morning Program
This is Founder's Day at Kamehamr
ha. The usual exercises commence!
this morning In the decoration of the
grave of the late Bernice Pauahi Bish
op at the Royal Mausoleum In Nuuanu,
Tho program for tho day Is as follows.
First Part At tho Mausoleum 10 to
10:30 a. m.
Decoration of Mrs. Bishop's Gravo
by the girls: Manual Boys and
Preparatory Boys standing at
Song "Only Remembered," sung by
all the Boys and Girls.
A Brief Ritual Service, all the Boys
and Girls taking part.
I'rtnmeharaqha Girls' School Call, by
the Girls; Manual Boys and Pre
i paratory Boys standing at "At
Second Part At the Manual: 12:30 p.
Third Part At the Bishop Memorial
Chapel: 4: 30-5:30 p. m.
Address by Mr. Theo. Richards;
Mu3lc by the Three Schools.
Special Invitations have been Issued
for the services In tho chapel this af
ternoon. Nov Innulntors.
It has been pvdp'osid 'recently In'G'eri
many to Install a heating circuit In
connection with Insulators on very
high tension power transmission lines.
TIicfo InBiilators aro, generally made of
porcelain, about tho slto and Bhapo of
an ordinary derby hat.. When their
temperature becomes lower than that
of tho surrounding air, under certain
conditions of. humidity, a film of moin
turo forms on their surface, giving
rlso to a slight leak, which may start
a dangerous and destructive nrc, Tho
proposed Improvement consists of a
coll of high rosUtanco wire. Imbedded
In or wrapped around tho Insulator,
through which a small current may be
scut nt times when tho conditions fa
vor tho formation of molsturo. An ele
vation of temperature of two or three
degree Is MifHelent to keep thn Insula
tors dry, and this may Im had with a
very slight expenditure of current.
"I Ihlnlc so; he declares ho rnu't play
n good cann- of checkers wl'tiou I !u
g.ilf clnlhe on." Chicago Hc-tord,
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;g MAGIC : henduohoe
? HEADXHEH before
jj WAFERS ftbrookfaat.
KWW.wttwmv, i ii druwhu
Bur aid fine Dealers.
LOVEJOY & CO.
IkCrOBTIBS, AMD WBOLIIill
Wine aU Lipr Dealers.
Aata Im k BottM Ratal Bmt al taaMa.
No. 19 Nctjaxc Stiiit
N Block. Homiulu. Hawaiur Isusm.
P.O. Bonn. MtBalTalaOMet.
OONSALVES be. CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOEBB AW
836 Qneen atreet. Honolulu, H.
oasolitlatetl Soda Water Co., L'tl
:orntr All It Fort St., Honolulu
HOLLISTER A CO.,
(Late JIM DODDS.)
Hotel Street, lear Feit
Has just received a large consign
in First-class Order,
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer 'to Beat the'Band.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to .stay j It's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of HAWAII SHIMPO,"
lha only dally Japanaia papti publlihai
In Hi. urrlloiy ol Hawaii
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
sir Editorial and Printing Office, near
Khigbtldge, King street. I O. Hoxjjoj.
Art limbroltlery TMUjJht.
I.eoions In ART ICMIIItOIDUUV will
he given by Mrs. II, II, Williams at Ibo
City Purnltiiru Htore, Kurt street,
Klrst Class stuiiipliig doiu
MIIH, II, , WIW4AMH.
BOARDUG Ar!D LIYERT
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL-HOURS
Walklkl Road, Wmlklk .
TEL. BLACK ur.
When You Waqfe e lig
......Rna up the. ..
C -I.- U-B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : : .
- - 118 goaf 8TRKBT.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Had. Stand 'Phones, 819 and 7J.
0. H BELLPIA.
ROCKsaaaaa . x
(White and Black Sand
In Quantities io Suit
CORAL AID SOIL FOR SALE..
10 Dnmn fjtrtc flirnl.h t... Um A
on Hour's Notice.
h. r hitchcock'
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ottice.
4 u a.-o .
Obla, Algeroba and "Pins' Firewood
Out and Split ireadyloi tbeBtovt)
STOVE, 'STEAM '4 BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AMD ,BLA0K Bap
Lowest Prices: delivered to any, pan
i the City. ' J'1
') Onsui Btiwnl '
Drays for Freight
Oltr rnrnt.itlt mt. nil lnAMn.
steamers from the Coast tnd we check
Baggage on an outgoing steamers.
WDite tod Black Stud For Stir
OfTirf. Ulttl Punlnr, IliitUll,. .. L-l.
street. Tel. 86,
W, LARSEH, Wf't,
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
'o tut of old stand, intranet on King
t'sit, On!( (t st cither shop, or cflict,
it .')lin Not( .lot, Kln slrsit, will r
n'vi prompt MlfiiMnu, uicif