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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEOEMBEll G, 1898.
Unless you wish to know what
1899 Columbias and Ramblers
Are to be sold for here:
Columbi i Hovol-fieir Chainless, Models 50 and 51, latest Improved, $So
Columbia Chain Wheels, Models 57 iinil RH, new 1WHI, $00.
Columbia CIihIii Wheels, Model I'), lS'Js, with lhO'l improvements, $."0
Columbia TatuhniiH, Moduli IT and -IS, Diamond mid Combination
llimhlcr Chain Wheels, all Models with 28-lneh whcols, ?50.
Hiimbler Tutitlomt, $75.
Do unt think tint you have to wiilt for 1800 to got those prices
Tliov K' Into fluid right now, o thoro Is no need for you to purchaso
ionrly iimilo blcjelos when Colunihlusand It.wnblers aro ollt'rpil nt such
liw prices. Watch tho other dealers who hive set hlghor prleos como
down to our Humes; up lead, others follow.
This Is tho pool season, and tin- tlnio to rldo. M'Y NOW.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agents.
wi, warn mm .
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List.
--'4, ,1-1, M lledstends,
2-1,3-4, l-IWlic and Moss MattiesM's,
rillous, Dining LitoiiMOU Tables,
I'lielbmlers, aidrobes, 1 Dentist and Jlarber Chairs, Miirorn, etc
LOWEST CASH PlllCES BUY TIIEM.
T 3E3E 3E3
J". U. Ilox r 15 Tp1pi1ioiio I7h.
Sterling 25c !
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
All Hoods fiiiurantpod as llcprusontvil.
M ANIT (1T1UNI. .JKWr.I.KH
M. R. COUNTER
507 Fort Street.
N OTIC E.
Tho Honolulu lllpydo Company has
removed from 103 1'orl htroet, to u room
in tho Arlington block, Hotel fctreot,
whoro they will be leased to wo old
patrons. Only llrst-class gondii h.uullpd,
and llrst-elass ork turned out by our
A. i. HITCHCOCK,
A tract of land of n,iy 2,000 acres, on
the Island of Oahu; well watered or that
cm bu furnished by artesian boring.
Any one that can furnish mieh a tract
I'.m bcciiro a favorablo long lease, or If
preferred the uudoi.siipicd Is willing to
AdiliPM 1,2, it,
Jlorhi.'s, Wagons. Hariiesnes, Sudcllcs,
, ete.k, bought anil Hold on
17 Konia(fonnerly Smith) St
During my absence from the Islands
Dr. C. L. Garvin will have chargo of
my practice and act In all business
1081-lw F. II. DAY, M. D.
Read the List.
Holler Top and Hit Desk's
Meat Safes, Kltelien Tables,
( '.imp Mi wis, Stcniuor Chairs,
Army Cots, 1 lialrs nml Itoekors,
Corner Ntuianu ami King streets.
Philip I.. Weavor has this day leen
appointed a Notary Public for tho l'lrt
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, Dee. 2nd, ISOs.
ChrlMmas Day (Docombor 25, 18'JS),
and New Years Day (Januaiy 1, 18'J!t),
falling on Sunday, Monday, December
2ti, lbOS, nml Monday, .January 2,1809,
will bo observed as National Holidays,
and all Government Ollleos throiiuhout
tho Islands will bo closed on those, days.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tbo Interior.
Interior Olllce, Dec 3, 16'J8.
Agents of Ves
sels. You are hereby notified that, tinder
tilling of tho Seerotary of thuTruumiry
of the Uultvil States of America, the
treaty between the Vnlted Slates of
America and the Kinplre of China Is
now In operation, and you are hereby
untitled that the provisions of Mild
treaty and tho regulations thereunder
will be strictly enforced.
(Slg), F. 11. MCSTOCKKIt,
Collector General of Customs..
S. M. DAMOX,
Minister of Finance. 1083 nt
Honolulu, II. I., Decnmborr, 18US.
Notice to Public
Public Accountants are roipiosted to
make pioiupt returns to tho Treasury
of all collections on (7ov eminent account
to Doioinber 31, 180S, and to soud lu
their swoiii Htatemonts tltoreof to the
Autlltor-Coneral's Dopartiuont without
Honolulu accountants not later than
January bth, 1809, and thoso residing
on tho oilier Iblauds not later than Jan
uary 10, 1800.
When the last remittance, Is made, on
accounts of 1803 receipts, advino tho
Troasury Department to that olleet.
II. O. AUSTIN,
H. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Temple of k
YteZ'tJt in ttii column u ill be inutltJ M I J tt nit
inEm alinefinl intttUon, la etnli teconttmen
II m, taeentt a utek an J ottirf a month, Tbisitlbe
ibcjpeit dJvertUlng tr ojftrct tbepeoflt of Honolulu
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a Wel Dlvlnfectln
Machine rut In our dnet or rcvrool. an
California I eeJ Co .Agents 1069-11
WANTED-A KcpecMHe YOUNG JIKL lor Ice
Cream I'.irlur New I ngtan.1 Uakerv, Hotel
WANTED-I'UIMLS IN STENOGHAI'IIY. book
keeplnj; ana Lncllvh branches bv practical re
porter, C allfornlabialeNormilanJ College ttraJuate.
H per rmi jay or evenme.
Ktuicn j ani 7 al S17 King St.
WANTED-A NUHSLlo care for CHILDHtN on
a trip to Australia or through to I nglanJ. An
elJcrly woman preferred. AJJress II, Ilulletln office
A N experienced white COOK WANTS POSITION
" In private lamlt). AJJress "V." Ilulletln oflne.
aio King street 1080
WANTED-aTl AMERICAN CITIZLNS whether
living ltere permantntl or stopping here tem
porarily, to co to the ofluc of Dr. W S. Noblllt,
corner of k'lne and Llllha streets. anJ
SIGN A PLTITIOS TO CONGKLSS to prohibit the
further Importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Islands Hours a to s p m 1077-lf
THE PUI1LIC TO KNOW that the St LoufS Col
J lege St AnJnws I'rlorv, Oahu Prison Oahu
Inline Aslum and other rubllc Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
IteJCo Agent loCo-im
WANUD-Sevcral SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu .Messenger Service, corner Kin? and
WANTTt) 5 Men In eel Shaved for 15 cents, at
oiiiS I oil streit. orpostte the Club Stables
II. JLI I S, Proprietor.
ALirr. from not having West DIMnfe.tlng Ma
chines in our houses Cliloro-Ntpthnlium kills
cockroaches and ants See California 1 eed Co.,
N." P O.
A TWO-MANUAI .mJ PeJai Him MELD ORGAN
I " Sult.il Itr lor charl or residence Herefrom
Music di , 1 ort vlrtrt io6t
SAL!" The latest
at Mrs. Ifj.iru's
, REST a$ cent meal In town
Trv It and be con-
LlnJ s l.xielslor Kostiurant 1041
pOUND-Slcma Chi Cnllej-e I raternlty PIN
1 can be luJ by calling at this oflne ani
cost ol .iJtcrt.vemcnt
WE PENT the West PISINTLCTIMi MACHINES
anJ keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental California I eed Co., Agents. io6a-im
TO LET rurnfihed Rooms, with electric light. In a
cottage near Thomas Square. AdJress II. L
EOWir MANON. Public Tvpewrlter. Office
J with I" W McKlnnev I egalwurk a specialty
Announces the opening of hor
INTERPRETATION . . .
Anil the Higher Branches of Vocal Art
Appointments made by mall, box
3GS, or by telephone, HO. 1I
" SUSANNE R. PATCH,""
Teacher of Voice a Piano
Ilocouimoiidod by Francis Stuart of
San Francisco, cortllluited pupil of tho
HesUlenco and. Studio, tit Mrs. Dudolt's,
cornor of Fort and Chaplain stroots.
Tolophoiio t.rS. 1020-1 in
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
W. A. Eames
ZSJinitM and Iqdolin
Studio Y. M. C.A. JluildliiK, ltoom 2
Branch Studio Alakea Houso,
lluttlwln llotl llurni.(!.
Tbo Baldwin Hotol of San Fran
cisco was burned in tbo oarly
morning of Nov. 23. Two men are
dead aud fivo missing. Tbo loss
is estimated abovo two million
dollars. Tbo origin of tbo tiro is
Tbo schooner Mawooma arriv
ed in Gray's Harbor November
19 and tho barkentino Arago tbo
noxt day, botb ships being from
n TV 1 ITT
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Hend Signal Station, Dec
fl, 1 p iu Weather ulcnr, wind light
Weather lltircau, Piitmhou. Dec 0.
Teniiipnitiire Morning liiliiiinuui,
G7; Midday iiuixlintiui, T7.
llaronieter, 0 u in, 20.92. Ilalnfall,
do, 0.10 in.
llutiiiility nt 0 a in 007 ier ceut.
IMomlny, Dee 5.
0.tOS S Coptic, Sealby, from San
Tuesday, Dec 0.
I'ST S Scnntlla, Kart, from Ma
nila. Ivvalanl, Gregory, from Iliiiuunan
Tuesday, Dec 0.
Ktmr Ktiiati, Clarke, for Maul and
Ktnn Kilohann, llruhn, for Lulial
na at 4 p m.
Htmr Clatiillne, Cameron, for Maul
ports, at '') p in.
StmrWa Hall, Haglund, for Ka
wlllvvlll, llaiiaiiiauhi, IColoa, Kleele
and llanupcpc at ! p in.
VESSULH LIIAYINO TOMOHltOW.
Ptinr Koeiiii, Pedersen, for Hono
kna anil Kukiilliaele at lu a m.
Tlio schooner Defender from
Ktilniltii iirrivetl in Port Jilnkoloy,
The flcboonor Oknnogan nrrivotl
in Port Gamblo from Llonolulu,
Tho O .tOSS Coptic, Sonlby
cotnmandor, continued on hor wny
to tbo Oriout nt 1 ptn todny.
Tbo time of suiting of tbo Noo
tut has boon changed. Slio will
loavo for Ilonoknn uud Kukuibu
uln nt 10 am tomorrow.
Tbo Hawaii will sail for Ilono
hina, Houorau, llakalau and Po
bakutnnuu nt 12 noon on Thurs
day. Snu rrnncisco Arrived, Nov
23, bk Amy Tumor, 18 dnyB from
llonolulu; Nov 23. bk Situtingo, 1-1
days from llilo; Nov 2S, brig J D
Sprockols 19 days from Honolulu.
Sailed, Nov 22, scbr Transit, for
Honolulu; Nov 28, eobr Juo G
North, for Houoipu.
Tbo schooner Okanogan arrived
in Port TowuRond from Honolulu
November 20, tbo schooner Etbel
Znnc from Knbului on tbo same
day. And tbo schooner Defender
from Knbului on tbo 27th. Tbo
bnrkentino Skagit eaib'd from
Port Townsoud for Honolulu,
Tbo work of getting tbo horse
trnnfiport Tacoma ronay for an
other trip to Houolulu is taking
considerably longer time than was
at first anticipated, and it is said
that it will bo several weeks yet
boforo ebo is roady for hor second
consignment of horses. About
forty men are now at work on tho
ship fixing up hor coutlousers nnd
generally proparing bor for hor
work as a Hunting nnd trnvelmg
stable.-S F Chrouiclo, Nov 21.
l'or Maui aud Hawaii ports,
per stinr Kuitu, Deo G Miss
Laura Pali, Geo Oartor, Ed Dow
sett, Geo 13 Lino, S Lowdon, J G
M Sheldon, R D Mead, 0 C Ken
nedy, W G Walker, O H Sbuffer,
Miss K Vidn, Mrs J Cockett, J T
Stackoi, J S Walker, W P Boyd,
O T Sbipmau, T 0 Mitchell, Dr D
A Carmicbnel, Mrs Kauui Luina
boiboi, Miss D llicbnrdson, Mr
Koobokalolo and wifo, llobert
Parker Jr, Mrs R P Wnipn,
Wong How, Mrs Eliohiff, 3 child
rou and servant, Henry Glass,
Obns Creighton, A G Correa, Snm
Woods, Capt J Koss, Mrs Goo
Maxwell, Mr Quiui, Judge D Ka
baulolio, Princess Kaiulani aud
maid, Miss Robertson.
San Francisco, Nov. 25. After
seven years tbo loan and hungry
kino kine with stiined lees
have trampled down tho bars aud
brokon into the groon moadows of
victory. lMua and cold blazed
triumphantly and tbo gny oardinal
faded to hues of sorrow yostorday,
when, for tho first time, in Coast
football history, tbo University of
Uaiuornia boat Stanford boot it
tho merry tuno of 22-0.
Jfotico Is horoby given that tho part
nership horotoforo existing between II.
Klonnno and 11. A. Juon, in tho saloon
business on Niiuanu streot, Honolulu,
II. I., known as tho Louvre Saloon,
under tho linn uuiiio and stylo of
Klommo A Juen, has this day been tits
solvod, and that II. A. Juon has this day
purchased all tho right, tillo and Intorost
of II. Klommo In and to said Louvre
Saloon and business and proporty, and
Is now tho solo and exclusive owner
thoroof ; and all porsons ludobtod thoro
to am horeby rorpiestod to inako pay
ment thoroofto II. A. 'Juon, who nlono
is aiitnorl.oil to rocclvo and receipt for
Datod llonolulu, II.I., Novombor29th,
II. A. JUEN.
And why shouldn't wo be, if lirst-class
goods nnd honest prices have anything to do
Wo carry tho LAHGEST STOCK,
theroforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our customers can always find what
they want in tho Shoo Lino, nt tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grade goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Siox of Tim
Morgan's Auction Sales,
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, '9S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
tSTThat desirable llesltlence Prop
erty, situated on the corner of Limalllo
ami Kewalo streets, having a frontage
of HO feet on T.uiialllo street and 2.17.
feet on Kewalo street, containing an
area of 28,2 18 wjuurc feet.
The above Is tho most desirable resi
dence site o He rod for sale.
Flans of property anil other needed
information at my salesroom.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
A full KISIDKNCi: LOT, situated at
Waikikl, aud bolng part of tho formor
Tho Lot has a frontage of 50 feet on
tho beach, and 138 feet (loop.
Area 0,000 sipiaro feet.
Further particulars at my salosroom,
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
WEDNESDAY, Dee. 7, 'OS,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, Queon stroot, I will
soil at Public Auction tho following val
uable proporty on Vineyard stroot, near
Kmnm stroot :
Lot 152.5 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
stroot, 3,7.13 sipiaro feet.
Lot 255 foot fronting on Vineyard
stroet, 3,809 square feet.
IM3-03 foot fronting on Vlnovard
stroot, 3,875 square foet.
Lot 477.0 foet fronting on Vineyard
stroot, 203 squaro feet.
Lot 6 5 1.7 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
streot. 572 squaro foet.
Thoso lots aro within 00 foot of Kinma
streot, dlroetly opposite tho residence of
P. II. Dodgo, llsq,, and adjoining tho
residence of Mrs. Itolinonsehiioldor,
and aro the most valuable city projtcrtlus
olio red for salo.
Tltlo porfeet. Doods at purclmsers'
oxpenbo. Map at salosroom.
J AS. E. MORGAN,
Christmas Toys !
A Dig Surprise lor Bovj anJGIrlil
Latest Thlnes in Novelties I Call ani Inspect them.
King stroot, noar Union Kxpros.s Co.
Calllornl Tgtacco anJ Clears, 1076
Morgan's Auction Sales,
BUSINESS PROPERTY. )
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, 'i)S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, (Jtioen street, I will
sell at l'ubllu Auction, promises on tho
west side of Kokaiillke stieet, no.xt to
tho cornor of Hotel street. Thoro Is n
largo building on tlio proiwrty, contain
ing -1 stores and 11 lodging rooms, bring
ing In a rental of 310 per month.
Further paitlculars at my olllce.
T. V. lvIIV. Lcmsoo
Due. 10, ISOS.
V FIltST-CLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment !
Ily tho Clovorest Artists of tho Day.
NFAV SONUS I Ni:W DANCES !
.ALL STAR PEHFOUMlMtS .
Ilosorvotl Soats on s.ilo at Pacific Cycle
,t Manufacturing Co.'s.
Doors upon at 7:30.
Performance at 8.
llosorvetl Chairs, BOc; gonoral ad
mission, 2oe, luS5
August Ahrens, llsq., has this day
boon appointed a niombor of tlio Itoad
Hoard for tho Taxation District of Kwn
and Waianao, Island of Oahu, vice W..I.
Tito Hoard now consists of :
J. A. Low, Chairman.
.1. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Intorlor Olllco, Doe. 5, 1808. lOsS-Ilt
Yorklovvii to llellove llPniilnulon,
Tho United States cruiser Phila
delphia camo down from Maro
island yestrrday nnd dropped
anchor in man-of-war row. Sbo
looks spruce uud clean and ready
for a long torm of servico in any
part of the world. Sbo will sail
tomorrow and will call first at
Acnpulco, wboro sbo will remain
for somo timo. According to
prosout arrangements ber cruise
willinoludo every South American
port of any importance. She may
go to Samoa, as originally intond
od, to romain until tbo coaling
station at Pago Pago is completetl.
Tbo soboonor Jossio Minor ar
rived in Eureka from this port,