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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER G, 1808.
DON'T READ THIS
Unless you wish to know what
1899 Columbias and Ramblers
Are to be sold for here:
Columbia Rovol-Gear Chalnlo., MmlcW GO and fit, latoit Improved, ?S5
Columbia Chain Wheel, Models r7 mill 5S, new 1899, $110.
Columbia Chain Wliooli, Moilol 49, 18)3, with 1609 Improvements, 50
C'uIihiiIiIh Tandems, Models 17 and IS, Diamond and Combination
Km mo, $S5.
Itniublcr Chain Whools, nil Modols with 28-lneh whools, ?50.
Rambler TuihIoiiis, g".",.
Do not think Hint you havo to wait for 1899 to got tlioso prices
Ihoy go Inlooucct right now, so tlioro Is no need for you to purchaso
IHiorly made blcyclos when Columbian nml Ratnblors nro offered at Mich
low prlcos. Watch tho othor dealers Who havo Hot hlghor prices eotno
down to our figures; we lead, others follow.
Thin Is tho cool season, and the tlmo to rldo. II17Y SOW.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Itnmbler Agents.
;ftwi jjgr .tc rwr,,. .
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tho only
Special attention given
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wmv.. ,1;., .-. .,i,.-..,-u
jjitiu 'i.n.u i"iMv in
siiiiiunoiiimuo 10 uo so.
I PE&&SON &
m fat 312 FURT ST.
No saefl reported ou 'chtvue
today. S112J bid for Aiuorican
SugorOo. ptid up. Ewa, WlL1
bill $250 aekod, Hawaiian Sugar
Co. SlSO'hid. S105 nskod. Hono-
koa, SlTO'hske'd, Kahuku SllOi
bill. Kinahulu SIOj bid. Oahu'
Assessable "F70 nsked. Oahu pi.id
up 81-10 bid, S117V askod; Ookala
$102i bid 110 aa'ked. Olowalu
$120" asked, "Waimanp.lo l?170
Jatuoa F. Morgan held n laud
sale for S. L. Kfjcumnuo, guard
inn, by judrcinl authority, Satur
day. A third interest in pioporty
n Tv nm. bill n Hnnnlllln. WHR
knocked down'to W. C. Achi for
..- - . . m r a
S-100, acrtrt third iuterest in Moio- "' ''"""" uuu ouuuuy moru
1,..; .n'rl,l tr, v T, WilnT for inn, the papers oxaotiuij from tho
I lMV W II ! -. - -
A tract flatul'of "V 2.000 acres, on
thejulaud of Oahu; well watered or that
call bo furnished by artesian borings.
Any olio that can furnish htieh a tract
can &e tiro a farorublo
long loaHO, or if
Is willing to
AddrosA 1,2, 3,
Horses, Wagons. Hurnones, Saddles,
etc., bought ami sold on
17 Koiiia(foriiiorly Smith) St
" Man Wants but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
Thp Bulletin can satisfy
all' your WANTS. It has
established a WANT
COLUMN. . . .
wo turn out from our
to vopairiug Bicycles,
our work nml
Ti: 'HL'ltCH lUItUCTUKY.
It Will - Shortly Inn.iu urntri1 liy Ness
Honolulu'! Live Putter.
1U0 UULLETIN win Biiortly ltl
BUKtiruto its Church Directory col
umn. There nro manv boneGtH
nccruiofr from such n dopartmont
in Now Ilonolulu's livo paper. It
will nccelonito interest iu church
work; it will incrouee tho atteml
11 1) co at tho soveral housca of wor
ship, as largo as it in now; it will
holp strangers in nQiliatinR with
creeds familiar -yith them nt home
anil assist them in fiudiug friends
iu this heaven favored land.
On tho tnaiulnnd it is customa
ry lor roprt-senlntivo papers to
I publish n church Directory Satur
it!. fiFffit.nAnn rksl J s m Jt a
If - . - . ,
cuurcueB n sumcient sum touetray
tho expenses of such a directory,
nnd the churclios in every instance
willingly contributiuc; the
amount nsked. This directory is i
only published in one issue i
In tho Rullktin's Diroctory the
church cards will appear iu every
issue and all times will bo uudtr i
tho direct supervision of tho so I
cietiea nnil changed as often ns
thoy may iliroct.
A short limo ago tho Bulletin
inaugurated tho Fraternal Direo I
tory. This Directory has proved
ot mestiraauie bonontto fratern
al nnd benevolnnt societies on tho
Islands. It has aroused new in I
terest in fraternalism and ha3
augmented tho membership of a
number of societies.
"What tho Bulletin hns dono
for fratornalism it is now prepared
to do for tho churches. All ad
vanced nnd onlightonod church
mon approve of tho Directory, nnd
Unttenug results cannot but result
whoro thoro is such a unanimity
of sentiment among those who are
to Do bonemod.
Hchool Site DlfllcuKjr,
Minister Coopor is going down
to Oahu plantation tomorrow, to
seo about a site for tho'Waipahu
sohoolhouse. There has been
crying need for the accommoda
tion .BJnco some time past, but
Judge Stanley's ruling in an ojoct
mont caso at tho term just past
has delayed operations. The
money for tho building in waiting.
Miuidlor Cooper may be ablo to
arrnnco with Mr. Aureus, mana
ger of tho plantation, for a site.
Coptic from San Francisco off
W ,IJi in (Ml column uill hi imttltJ al ifctnli
VPtSSr liiufnl mirth! lo ttnti llionJ iniir
lion; (tnll J & 1" ' ' ' , J " " '"
tttJftlttJvtrliii'lttvtrcfftrtJ Ibi flofll of Honolulu
WU WANT YOU TO IIAVH a West Disinfecting
Machine rut In yor clot or ""P""'1
..... .irin. fcalliornla I eei CcArcnts. io9-im
between 5 anJ 7 at 8.7 King St'
WANTLD-A NURSE to care (or CHILDREN on
a trip to Australia or through to England. An
eiJeny woman preterrtj AJJtejj M, llulletln office,
A N experienced while COOK WANTS POSITION
" In rilvatelamlly. AJdrcsi'W, Uulletln
ato King street.
WANTEO-ALL AMERICAN CITIZENS, whether
living here permanently or Mopping here tem
porarily, ( ko to the office of Dr. V. S. Notlltt,
corner of Klne and LlllhJ streets. anJ
SIGN A I'UTITION TO CONO.-tl.SS t.i prohibit the
further impnmnon on-ontraci Lainirio we ii.VM.ian
UtanJs. Hours a to 5 p m. ioj?tf
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Loulf Col
I I leire St AnJrews Prlorv. Oahu PrKon. Cihu
Insane A)ltim, ani other public Institution, ue our
Chloro-NaMholcum ulili great success California
teeJCo,, Agents 1069 im
BOYS. Apply at
Homilulu Messenger Service,
Corner king and
WANTLD 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
6toV I urt street, opposite ttie Club Stables.
II. JLS. Proprietor.
Ills 1 A Lit L, from not tuning West DMnfectlng Ma
I chines inourhiues Chloro-KaptMeumMII.
cockroacnes ana ants, see t-aiuornit leeJ I.O.,
N." P O.
A TWO-MNUALand Pedal Pass RELDOROAN
Suitable for clurel or residence, llerpstrom
I Music Co.
SALE The latest In
REST ascent meal In town.
Trv It and be fnn
1 L vlnccd.
Llnd s fxcelslor Restaurant io.i.
COUND Sigma Chi College f raternlty PIN Same
can belnd by calllnir at this oflke and bavin?
cost 01 adertisement. 10S0
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
. and ktep them In order, for a small monthly
'rental iauiornia 1 eea 1-0,. Agents. loco-im
TO LET I urnlshed Rooms, with electric light. In a
. cottage near Thomas Square. Address II L,
EORliE MANSON. Public Tvpewrller. Office
- with I w. .McMnney. Legal work a specialty
Agents of Ves
sels. You tire hereby not I lied that, under
lulin"; of tho Secrotury of tho Treasury
of the United States of America, tho
treaty between the United Stutes of
America and the Kinplro of China is
now Iu operation, uiul you are hereby
liolilled that the piovlslons of wild
treaty and tho regulations thereunder
will be strictly enforced.
(Slg), K. 11. MCSTOCKEIt,
Collector Qeneral of Custoins..
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance. 1083 .It
Sterling 25c !
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
All OooiIm Guaranteed as Represented.
M. R. COUNTER
C07 Fort Street.
Tho regular Monthly Mooting of tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Association
will Ixi hold at tho Chambor of Com
inorco on MONDAY KVKNINO,l)ocein
bor5, 1808, at 7:50 o'clock.
Pay mo nts aro required In gold.
1083 A. V. OEAR, Secretary.
In a hard fought footbnll gnmo
botweon tho St. Louis and High
Sohool toams Saturday nfternoon,
tho latter wou by n scoro of i to 0.
Somo oxcelleut work was done.
For additional Shipping News tee seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec
5, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Weather lliireau, l'uimhou. Dec 5.
Temperature Morning minimum,
00: Midday maximum, hi).
Barometer, 0 a in, 110.72. Italnfall,
do, 0.00 In.
Humidity at 0 a m 720 per cent.
Saturday, Dec .1.
Stinr Noeau, Petlerscn, from
Stinr Kliiiiu, Clarke, from Hawaii
nml Maul ports.
Suntlay, Dec 4.
Stinr W O Hall, Hnglunil, from
Stinr ICilohntm, Uriilin, from Jla
ktiwell. Stmr Cliuidlne, Cameron, from Ma
Uaxollna sclir Malolo, Sass, from
P M H S City of Peking, Smith,
from China and Japan.
Ur bk Wooltihru, llarnexon, from
Monday, Dec 5.
Stinr Hawaii, Mtiedonald, from Ha
Sunday, Dec 4.
V M S S City of Peking, Smith, for
Montlay, Dee fi.
Stmr .lames Mnkee, Tullett, for
K.ipaa at 4 p lit.
StinrMlkaliala, Tlioinpson, for Mn
kawell, Waimea and Kekahu at 6
Stmr Lehuu, Ucmiett, for Moloknl
antl Liu ml at 5 p m.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Kinaii, Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 10 u in.
Stmr Noeau, Pedeien, for Hono
kan and Kukiiilmelc at 2 p in.
Stmt Klloluina, Itrulin, for Lnlini
ua at 4 p in.
Stmr Cliuidlne, Cameron, for Maui
ports, at 5 i m.
Stinr W a Hall, Haglund, for Nn
willulli, Hauaiuaillu, Koloa, JOlcele
antl Hauapepe at 5 p m.
The Wm G Irwin is at tho
Tho C. F. Snrgeut and St.
Francos are both at tho Fort
street wharf discharging.
Captain McNeil of tho S G
Wilder was run into this morning
by n Custom Hotito inspect r
mounted on n wheel. Nobody
Tho British bark "Woolohra, J
Barnpson raastor, arrived in port
at G:30 p in Sunday with n enrgo
of 912 tons of coal for W G Irwiu
& Co. Sho sailed from Newcastle,
IN S W, October 10. The only
pnsseiiger was Mrs Derby, a sister
of Captain Barneson.
Tho City of Peking brought 2 i
Chiueso nnd 105 Japanese. Four
of the Chinese havo already beon
rejoctod. All tho remainder nro
held in quarantine and nro sub
ject to further investigation. The
Peking's cargo for this port
amounted to 71U tons.
Tho stenmor Hawaii nrrivod in
port nt about 11 n m today, uftor
having beou absent from port
six weeks and n half. During
that time, elm has boen employed
carrying freight from Hilo to
other ports. Tho Hawaii brought
110 head of cattlo from Kapua,
Police Court N'otfi.
Thoro wero twenty eight cases
on the Police Court calondar '.his
forenoon. Only threo wont ovor
to other dates. Tho remainder
wore nil disposed of. AmouK the
most importance wore tho follow
ing: Ah Man, lnrcouy in tho sec
ond degree, 10 days; Ah Yok,
having oho fa tickets in posses
uinn, 20 and costs; All Mung,
bribery, sonlenco suspended Bix
months; Ah Poon, leaving horso
untied on tho stroet, S5 and costs;
Wong Man, larceny iu tho second
degree, ono yoar.
Tho Woather Bureau roports
i the bnromotcr falling, which
moans poasiblo southorly winds or
During my absence from the Islands
Dr. C. L. Garvin will havo chargo of
my practice and act in all business
1084-lw F. It. DAY, M. D.
Notioe of Meeting.
Tho Adjournod Annual Mooting of tho
Stockholders of tho Ookala Sugar Plan
tation Company will bo held onTuosdfly,
December 0th, at 10 o'clock, at tho rooms
of too Chambor of Commerce.
DR. R. McKIllIlEN,
Dated Honolulu, Docombor 5th, 1803.
Ami why shouldn't wo bo, if iirst-class
goods and honest prices havo anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LA11GEST STOCK,
theroforo tho GltEATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and llubhor Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PltlOES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Siox ok Tin: Uic. Siiok,
XX Port streot.
Morgan's Auction Sales.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, 'OS,
AT li! O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
IfflrThat desirable Hesldenco Prop-
erly, slttmtetl on tliecornerof l.tiliulllo
nun ivewaio sireeis, Having n iroiuuge
of 1 10 feet on Lunalllo street antl 2.17.2
feet on Kewalo street, t'onttiliiiug an
area of 28,218 stiuaro feet.
The above Is the most tlosirable resi
lience site oll'eretl for sale.
Plans of property and other needed
information ut my salesroom.
108T :it Auctioneer.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, Qiicon street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
A full RKSIDKNCi: LOT, sltuatod at
Yulklkt,aud bolug part of tho former
Tho I)t has a frontago of 50 foot on
tho beach, and 138 foot doop.
Area 0,000 squaro foot.
Furthor particulars at my salesroom,
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, 'OS,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, Quoon stroot, I will
soil at Publlo Auction tho following val
uable property on Vlnoyard stroot, near
Emma stroot :
Lot 152.5 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
stroot, 3,733 squaro feot.
Lot 2-55 foot fronting on Vineyard
stroet, 3,809 squaro foot.
Lot3 03 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
stroot, 3,875 square foot.
Lot 477.0 feet fronting on Vineyard
stroot, 293 squaro foot.
Lot 654.7 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
stroot. 572 square foot.
Tlioso lets aro within CO foot of Kuiina
streot, illroctly opposite tho rosldonco of
P. II, Dodgo, Esq., and adjoining the
resldonce of Mrs. Ilolinantclinoldor,
and aro the most valuable city properties
ollbrod for sale.
Tltlo porfect. Deeds at purehasors
oxpenso. Map at salosroom.
JAS. T. MORGAN",
Christmas Toys !
A Die Surprise (or Days anJ Girls I
Latest Things In Novelties I Call anJ Inspect them.
King stroot, near Union Express Co.
lornla Tobacco ani Gears. io;6
Morgan's Auction Sales.
WEDNESDAY, Dec 7,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, (Juoon stroot, I will
sell at Public Auction, promlsci on tho
west side of Kokaullko htieot, next to
tlioeornorof Hotel stroot. Tlioro Is n
liirrn linlliltm. ,111 tlm ..m.uir,.. ..n..i.t..
ing I storos nnd 11 lodging rooms, bring-
i"K hi h ruuuii 01 fiu jior inonili.
1'tirlhor paitieulars at my olllee
Tho Honolulu lllcyclo ComiKiuy luu
roinovod from 108 Fort stroot, to a room
In tho Arlington block, Hotel street,
whoro thoy Mill bo pleased to see old
patrons. Only ilrst-class goods handled,
antl llrst-elass iork turned out by our
A. O. H1TCHCOC1C,
108 1-1 w Proprietor.
Philip L. Wonvor has this day beon
uppolntod u Notary Publlo for tho First
Judicial Circuit of tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of tho Interior.
Interior Ollleo, Doe. 2nd, 1803.
Christinas Day (Docombor 25, 1898),
and Now Yoam Day (January 1, 1899),
falling ou Sunday, Monday, Docombor
20, 1808, and Monday, January 2,1809,
will bo obsorved as National Holidays,
nnd all Government OIllcos throughout
tho Islands will bo closet! on tlioso days.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Intorlor Ollleo, Dec. 3, 1898.
Honolulu, II. I., DecomborG, 1898
Notioe to Public
Public Accountants aro roquostcd to
mako prompt returns to tho Treasury
of all collections on Government account
to Docombor 31, 1808, and to sond In
their sworn statomonts thoroof to tho
Auditor-General's Department without
Honolulu, accountants not lator than
January 6th, 1809, and tlioso residing
on tho othor Islands not lator than Jan
uary 10, 1809.
When tho last romlttanco Is mSdo on
accounts of 1898 receipts, advise tho
Treasury Department to that ollect.
II. C. AUSTIN,
S. M. DAMON,
Mlnlstor of Finance.