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i'HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 30, 1899.
fTo-day's Honolulu Stock
C. Brewer &Cofti
AmSuCo p'd ud
Ew Plant n Co
Haw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Sue Co
llonomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
nanus (pd up)
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mil
Pepeekeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Cn
.Walluku Su Co
er S S Co
Is S N Co
n Etee CoJ
."WiMulual Tele CJ
r ' MakahaCoff As
" " p d urt
Haw Gov,6per c
Oihu Ky&l. Co
I .OO Jlono.
093,00010,000 ft, 000,000
150,000; 750000 tM
ooo.ooojao.ooo 4,000,000 9$o6i
UJOocJ 1,750 175000
5oo,ooul 5 000 500,000
ooo.oool ao.ooo 1,400000 16516?$
300,0001 3,000 300,000 305
000 ooojio.ooo 1,000,000 too
500 oorJ 5 000 500,000 t 955
5oo,ootJ 5000 500,00c ljo 140
300,000 3 000 300 00c
160000 i,6oo 160,000 190
800,00018000 1,8000001674 7o
500,000 5 000 500,000 91J5 g7H
150,000 1.500 150,00c
500000 5,000 50000a 950
750,000 7,500 750,000 945
750,000 7,500 750,000
115,00011,950 1, 195000
700,000 7,000 700,000
953,00a 9,510 951,000
125,000 1,950 19500c 115
955,000 9,550 955,00c 900 990
500000 S.oooi 50000a 95
500,000 5,000 500,000 150
9 JO OOC 9,95a 995000 192 J4
900,'00 9,OUO 90,000
150,OOL 13,900 139,000
31,000 JIO , 3t,O0O
A nUNDItUD TINS
1 v 5 Walmca Mill Co ij
Henry llckfjr's Home In Pimnliou
Honry Hioky, tho hnlf-whito
driver of tbo Hnwahau' Unrdwnrc
Co. 'a delivf-ry wngon, wns nrrested
nt hh homo in Fuunhou onrly
yHsterday morning by Drputy
Marshal Chilling wortli on tlio
chargH of unlawful poBeosion of
opium, liiekey traB tt no mo wuen
(Jin 111 ngworth arnvtd. The seniob
warrant wan ahown tbeownor-of
the bouso nnd work" began. Out
in the imrden was foil 11 cl a kero
Bono oil case mrirktd "Tim sidi
up. Guaiauteod to bo eastern
oil" at about the canter nnd ''H"
down in the left hand corner
Near this was another box about
half tint Hi'ze, roughly nuiled to
gether In each were fifty tins of
opium, milking in all,fifty pounds.
Hiukoy was arrested and taken
to the police station. There he
refused to mnko any statement
whatever Lator ho was released
on hail bqing furnished.
The cbbo carno up in the police
court thin morning but as tho de
fense whs not yet .ready, Judge
Wilcox allowed it. to go ovor until
Widuobday, " "
LOCAL 5VND GENERAL.
I j 1899 MODELS. 1
I H 1 WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM!
I $7(11 1 Eakin & Whitman. J
M Y " .'""' TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY
We are selling, ?op one week
only, Mandolins and Guitars at
$3,50 EACH !
This is a special inducement; do not
be deluded by inferior goods at lovvep
prices. Come and hide f 01 ygurself. , .
BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.,M
CORNER FORT AND HERETANIA. STREETS.
Only one 13EST
Thirty-five hend of Makoua cat
tle came by the Kinaii.
A. M. Wellis, railway news
agent, is rathor unwell today.
was uiiobnuged this morning.
Men's class in the Y. M. 0. A.
gymua&iutn at 4:30 p. iu. today.
The PEERLESS PRESERV
ING PAINl' will give jou eutiio
T. A. Sirapoon, a woll known
local misiologirtt, is tho maungor
of tho new Uniou saloon at. llilo.
Rain had abent'd itself for
three days from tho Ola.i distiiut
aud tho coffto planteia were won
dering. Tho Eibei plantation, Maui, io
ptesenting a constantly improved
appearance by tlio number of now
Hilo business men are perplex
ed over tho doubtful prospects of
direct steam communication with
tho coast of America.
In tho .Police Court this fore
noon, fivo natives charged with
selling spirituous liquor without a
liconso, had sentence suspended.
Mrs. Win. Haskell of Minnea
polis left in tho Garonno for Seat
tie this afternoon. From thut placo
she will go directly to her home.
James Hanlon is thanked for a
copy of tho Bostou Globe of Jan
uary 'J, containing Senator Hoar's
groat spoech ugainst "imperi
alism." George Goodacre, manager of
tho Eoloa plantation at Eauai and
also a coffe p'untor at Olaa, 10
turned by tti Kfnau on routo to
tho Garden Inland.
A public band concert, on the
groundtrof tbo Hilo hotol, was an
innovation prepared by Manager
Glazo. to take placo on the evon
ing of the 28th inst.
News caino by the Kinnu of tho
improvement in health of Princess
liaiulani at Mima, oho will re
turn iu tho next Kinau, accom
panied by her father.
Iu tho Polico Court this foio
noon T. McGifun plend cuilty to
tho charge of assault nnd battery
on lini Murray, aeuteuce was
suspended by Jndge Wilcox.
Lieutenant Pond, U. S. N.,
commanding tho Htation tutr Iro
quois, called, in company of
Special Agont Sewall, on Presi
dent Dolo and tho Oabinot tbi
There will be a meeting of the
Camera enthusiasts in the Y. M.
C. A. parlors at 8 o'clock this
evening. Everyono interested in
tho formation of a Camera Club
are cordially, inylted to attend.
FredWnldron, tho now man
ager of the "Volcano House, and
wife, were becoming popular poo-
Elo among patrons of tho house.
K B. Rraith and daughter and
Judge Wilder were guests thoro
on tho 28th. '
An excellent opportunity to ob
tain house furnishings will bo .of
fered householders Thursday
mornmg.at 10 0 clook when Jas.l'.
Mprg&'n will sell, at public auction
household furniture of the J. Mort
Oat residence). See Morgan's Sale
8th page for tbo list.
Excollent island dairy stook is
offered for salo by 0. W. Macfar
lane. This stock has been brod (o
tho thoroughbred JerBey siro of
the W. G. Irwin dairy and will
como ioTin a few.,week. Tho cattlo
'.1 11-'. . 1 !
nro goniie, utokou 10 biudciiiou
aud aro a first class buy for
dairies or privato fumllion. See
For 8ale in tho Bulletin Wants.
Tho now manasemont of the
Hilo hotol under the direction of
R. E. Glazo is making a big hit.
A. V. Gear who returned from
Hilo says that Mr. Glazo is fast
giving tho hotel tbo well merited
name of being ono of tbo bost
hotels in the country. Every at
tention is shown tho cuests and a
barber shop and othor-aocesBories
of a fustcpiaiia hostelry will soon
bo adtjod. "
Chinese cooks aro vary scarce in
tho city just now and thero is
weeping and wailing and gnash
ing of teeth among the houso-
keopors. Amons tbo Chinese re
jected rooontly and sent back to
China wero a largo number ot
cooks who bad been home on avi
sit.' ThoBO that remain are asking
an advauco all along tho lino so
that it is vory hard to cot a good
man for less than fivodollarB.
KNOWN IN MUSIC!
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols 60.
is Now Open !
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
New Pec or J ant Tune Sheets for above
VIMT THH NhW MUSIC STORE OP
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Persons K lulling to obtain board at
Makauuo, Mnul, cm be accommodated
ill MILS. 11.11. UAILKY'S
Terms, $10 iwrweok. USS-flm
if yon wont a nico rubbpr tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 31S,
and we guarantoo you will bo
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYFEWR1TEB
Olllcc: 203 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's office.
P. O. Box 194.
EDMUND H. J3A11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer nd Stfchtr of Records.
Olllco Cnmiibcll's Illock, Morchant St.
Next door lo lliwallan Wine Co. lojj-tl
ACJKNT TO TAItK
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
DlBtrlct ot Konn, Oaliu.
At W. C. AcIiI'h olllco, King Htroot, near
Is mm mi.
1 Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
22 & OXTT RATES!
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
' In selecting Gtttsl
many points are to be considered!
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
ip Honolulu. We know our prices'
are, right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
are selling at
10 FORT ST.
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