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EVEN NO BULLETIN, DECEMBER 18, 1898.
Auction Sales by Jas. l' Morgan.
I Tilt BOARD OF EDUCATION
WHAT IS THIS ?
Brs. Maybe and
iMincmniMiH ai tuu wkikly
;mi:i.ii.u jji:li ykvitkuay.
Xt iS MRtVSi2ZttSl
Ileal Estate Sale
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You choose Hie old doctor before the young: one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the youn doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbc Is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you arc concerned.
The new remedy mny be pood but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy must be good Judged on its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AVER'S Sarsa
parllla in preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record inspires
confidence 50 years of cures. If others may bo good,
Aycr's Sarsaparilla must be. You take no chances when you
take AYlili'S Sarsaparilla.
light and Serviceable.
Castle k Oooke
Honolulu :, Coffee .'. Mills
HAVING E8TAHLI8HEI) A MODERN
jjUnt for hnliinR, inlinliiiig and assorting
o!Kt, we uro prop'irwl to buy mid clean
cotTco iu the parchment.
KSDERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEAHI1IG
&$$"" Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Of Every Description
At T. B. Murray s Carriage
riinvojiiHt ononul my Now Shop nml
uu prepau'il t huu my om onn now
Partly furniHbed the leeidmco ot E. It.
Hendry, comor Klnau ui'tl lVnsnoola
iJieetB. Hoiiho contains ulpht roonn nnd
Jbas all the modern convcuIouo.-H. Largo
Corner ot Lunnlilo nnd 1'oiihihioIu u'renls,
JSireLotH, 75 loot by 123fcot eiicli. The
west desirable losidonco properly for bale
wn tho plains. For term apply to
J. T. WATERH0U8
So many things nro adver
tised by dealers as suited to
tho wants of persons who de
light in giving during the
Christmas season. Nearly
every merchant or manufac
turer advertises that his wares
are suitable for Christmas; it
doesn't mako any difference
whether it is a needle case or
a 12 ton roller. Wc differ from
most merchants because we
believe our stock contains the
only useful articles fit to be
put in n stocking. In these
fin de sieclo times when Santa
Claus has ceased in the minds
of anyone above a four year
old, useful and beautiful pre
sents are selected. Where is
tho Miss of fifteen who would
not rather have a set of China
in her stocking than a wax
doll? We have sets or single
pieces fit to grace any table
beautiful French Ware ' with
handsome decora" ions.
But our stock of Cut Glass
is what wins the ladies. Com
petition in this lino of goods
has brought the price down
with us to a trifle above cost
it is choap enough now to go
into tho homes of the poor.
We have everything iti the
line Popper and Silts, Oils,
Vinegar, Asparagus Dishes,
Rose 13ows, Butter Tubs,
Written applientlona for Hbaros of the
capital Htock iu tho H
OApU $tih do.,
Should bo made to th unrieniRiiPil with
in ton days from date, Ak tlio demand
will piobubly be in cxccrs of tho number
of nhurcH t bo issued, uueh npplicatiions,
in tbo event of their being for tin aico-m
of Bharcs, will bo tiled pro rata.
It. P. DILLINGHAM,
Oahu llailway and Land Company, Hono
Honolnln.Doe. 17, 1890.
Near Kapiolani Park !
liimes will le.n'u the enmur of ICItijj and
Foil streets on Sunday, Dccoiiibor auth, at 2
)i m and 8 p m, tuMiiR jiainoiiKurs free of
chaigo to vlow Iheso lots. lb(J-3t
IV.-icJior Aiinlulril o Till ViichmcIc
More Xooiii U'iiii tnt in .lliiny
Co ui try .NfliuoiK.
All tho mombers of tho Board
ot Eluentiou wuro prosi'iit nt yes
loitluyV moptiiip, us well 113
Deputy Inspector Gfunral Scott
nml Snorotnry Rodgoin.
On tho rppommnuil'ition ot the
Teacher's Comtnitteo Mr. Dowdel
was made nnhiatiuit principal of
tho Kuln Bchool on Muni, Miss
Alvhit Koick wns jjivon u niiso in
salary, Miss Kclecy was appoint
o ' t' Hie vtii-uiH'v in tho night
bcliool and Mint Furr was given
tho plaoo nov holJ by Alis3 Kel
sey. Tho eompluiut ot ouo Lino
ayainst Miss Angola Crook,
teacher at Waiohinu, was tabled,
after liwiriny statements of tho
matter from scliool agent Meinecko
and the luhpectorOonoral.
Deputy Inspector Scott was nu
thorizod to negotiate for the pur
chase of two 500 gallou water
tanks for tho flaeua school.
Mr. Haysolden, school nnent at
iLaimi, informed the board that
you would pay tor tue nectiHHary
repairs on the school building at
that place, and tho amount was
voted; also $25 for a kitchen addi
tion to the Ulupalakua school,
E. W. Estop, a teacher on Ha
waii, was granted two mouths'
leave of absouce, ho having pro
cured an efficient substitute.
Inspector Scott haid he had
beon to Waianao aud investigated
the condition of tho school there
as reported by the ageut, Mr.
Alirons. Ho found urgent need
of another room and teacher for
tho school, and on motion Mr.
AhreiiB was authorized to bivld
an addition to tho school at an ex
pense not to exceed 8100.
Mrs. Dillingham reported on
tho condition of affairs nt tho
Chiueso girls, Moiliili and Wailu
po schools, which sho had official
ly visited iu accordance with a
recent rocolutiou of tho Board.
Mr. Brown reported on tho
Beretania, Kawaiahao and Kaka
ako schools, aud Mrs. Jordan on
Vnlniipt nirC'Inrp J Hip IMiII'mIcIiHiIii
IIiiioh i:ifl' ('iiiuratiiltlnii.
Fhilndolphin, Pa., Dec. 9.- Col
onel Alex. K. McCluro, tho voter
an editor ot tho Philadelphia
Times, today rounded out fifty
years of journalism and hi
friends tonight commemorated the
golden anuivoreary of his editor
ial work by tendering him a din
ner at tho Hotel Walton.
About 300 guests were present,
representing not only Mr. Mc
Cluro's associates in the news
paper fraternity ,but men represent
ativo of ovory walk of life, many
of whom wero of national promi
nence. Pleasant and compliment
ary lottors and telegrams of regret
wore read from President-elect
McKinloy, Secrotary Hcrbort,
William J. Bryan, Vice-President
olect Hobart and othors.
Governor Hastings presided.
Editor McCluro Bpoko, reviewing
his career in journalism since fifty
years ago. This afternoon the
staff of tho Times presented Mr
McCluro with a beautiful gold to
bacco bos and a sot of resolutions-
In tho purity and general ex
cellence at Seatti.e Been grows
stronger ovory day. EvoryDwly
endorses it because it is PuitE- If
you wanii a delicious beverage or
a wholoaomo tonic drink it. It's
nourishing, strengthening, health
ful, beoauso it's mado of the finest
hops liud malt and is absolutely
pure. On tap or in bottles at tho
To thoso who are not acquainted
with tho fact, wo beg to Bay that
wo are Boiling handsomoly framed
pioluros for SB, Si, and 85, which
a year or two ago would have
commuudod three rimes those
prices. King BroH., Hotel street.
Iu some of tho farming districts
of China pigs are hariiosseij to
small wagons nud mado to draw
On Monday, December SI,
AT 1'.' oVl.'.l'K NOON,
At My Salosroom, Quoon Street, I
Will Sell at Aublio Auction
H1TDATED AT KAl'AHULU. ON THE
UOUNDAUY OF KAl'I )L,VNl PARK
ADJOINING THE RESIDEN
CES OF MESSRS! C'.EOIL
RROWN AND 11.
Tlio Lots nto situated iu tho
Block boundod by Kanaina and
Catiipboll Avcuuos aud tho Kapa
The majority of tlio Lots am
100x150 feet, ni.d ench have a
frontage on ono of tho above.-mou-tioued
Avi'iiuos or ou tho now
Streets oponcd throughout tho
Tho situation of thoto Lots,
adjacont to tho elegant Residen
ces at tho Boach and Park, should
command tho attention of all
Home-Sotkers und Investors.
Eomcmbor that tho iumbor of
Lots ib lunitod and this will be
tho grandest opportunity yot
ofl-red in Ileal Estate.
Maps of tho Lots can bo seen at
JAS. F. MORGAN,
480 td Auctioneer.
For Sale !
For tho next 30 days I will oflfor for salo
my Cofl'co EHtrt'e in Olaa, Hawaii. This
l'toperty condiHta of 200 Acn-B, all auitablo
to tho luising of Cuffeo.
107 AcroH aro clearod and planted,
105 Acres to coffee containing 83,000 trees.
52 Acros of which biug plantod nearly a
53 Acrci of which in more recently plantod.
2 Acres ia planted to lawn, guidon and
Tho HuildingH, 1 Dwelling Honho, Japa
nese Ilouso, (Jtiiokfu iloitrio, Corn IIoubo,
Cow Stnblu aud I'ir 1'eiiB.
tffif Tho l'loporty is situatml nt 18
uniea on voiciuo ron'i. A jjiotl roaii lean
ing to tho place, title (rood aud terms to suit,
1130-lin Olaa, llawi.il.
There are over looo lulu fur enlc, Soxloo
fee I, inauka of Kapiolani Park, adjoining the
rcvlck'iicu of Meusi'd. U. liiowu, II. J. Nolle,
Thomas Ilolllnccr and others.
Them I.oU will he scild cheaper than any
place iu Honolulu since the reign of Kamelin
Water will he laid on as-eoon as buyers arc
ready Id build.
I'rleci are ranging from f Ioo.oo per Lot to
This U the best opportunity to get a homo..
For further particular apply to
W. 0. AOIlI & CO.,
KcaS Kstate lirolierc.
Honolulu, Nov. 23. 18D0. 47-lm
Threo Lots with Comfortable
and Tasty Cottnges thereon situ
ate on Makiki Btaaet, near Barota
uia, Honolulu. Tho yanb aro
planted with SbrubB nnd Orna
mental Trees. Will bo cold to
gothor or separately. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
1 IIouhq on Kinnu street.
1 Ilouso on Kiiiau street.
1-2 Story Cottngo on Fort street.
2 Oottuges on Fort street.
1 Furnished House, Emma
G. E. IJOAUDMAN,
The Evening Hulhlin, 75 cents
Doubtless yon know that BED WAll is in progross in both Cuba
nnd (ho Philippines. Luckily wo puichiiBid a LABGESTOUK
DIRECT just before tlio fighting began. Thorofore wc hnvo not, ns
yet, been obliged to roiso prices. WE HOPE WE WONT HAVE
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such u state of alTuhs, como in
and jiurohaeo now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. Wholesale and Eotail.
ED. A WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams k Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms.
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Eent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Kosidenco and Night Tel. 815. 510 & 520 Fort Street. Tol. 179
J. S. WALKER,
EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON
ALLANOEMAIUNK& GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LOflDOS
SCOTTISH UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHELMA OP MAGDIOBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA, .
LIFE, KIUK and MARINE RISES,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPUEOKELH BLOCK Honolulu, H. i,
ass Signs and
J. T. LVA'JD,
Macliinist, NicM ani Silvor Plating.,
G17 AND G19
r-: AT TIIK.j-,
Cit Furniture Store
(Corner of fort nnd Ikrctanla streets.)
Jost rocoived I5x. Bk. Albert fan
H. H.WILLIAMS, (Manager)
Undertaknr and Embiilmr
IFort Street, - - - - Tel. 77
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
HARNESS --:-- -AJSTD
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tlio best ot nttontion ftiven to nniuinlH left with hh. direful drivors, rcspectfn.
attendants, promptncHs. Haoks, Barrios, Urokos, DuKt'ius.l'UaetoiiB, Wagonettea.
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on GIbsb o Specialty.