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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.,. DECEMBER 7, 1898.
V PREPARATIONS ftpjof QqIa at i
f FOR A UlOfll UfllC tte i
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DON'T READ THIS
Unless you wish to know what
1899 Columbias and Ramblers
Are to be sold for here:
Columbia llovol-CIoar Chiiluless, Models 50 nml SI, latest Improved, ?S5
Columbia Chain Wheels, Modols ST nnd 63, now 1800, ?l!0.
Columbia Chain Wheols, Model 41), 1S9S, with 1699 Improvements, fSO
Columbia Tandem, Modols 17 ami -IS, Diamond nml Combination
Itamblor Chain Wheels, all Modoli with 2S-lnch wheols, $S0.
lt.unbler Tandem, $75.
Do not think lint you have to wait for 1899 to got those prices
They go into effect right now, no tlioro li no need for you to ptirchuso
jMMtrly made bicycles when Columbia and H.imblori aro offered nt such
low prices. Watch tho other dealers who luo not hlghor prices come
down to our llgures; wo load, others follow.
This Is the fool cuon, and tin- tlnio to rldo. llt'Y NOW.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Itamblor Agents.
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List.
2-4, :i-l, 1-4 Bedsteads,
2-1, 'M, 1-4 Wire and Moss Mattresses,
lillows, Dining Intension Tables,
LOWEST CASH PJtIOKS IlUY THEM.
37 3E3C E5
I!ox 535 Telephone 17S.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Kf TOT DFCORATIM. ASD NATl'RAI
fl i VOt)l) IIMslllM, ASPLCIALTY
Paper Hanger, i
Grainer, Glazier, and I
TlNTER : : : i
MKHCII NT srilKLT,
107t! Next to l'nllue Station
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
J. T. LUND,
Union Stroot (Bell Tower).
tf" Light .Machine Work promptly done.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved and modern SCO AH MA
CHINIIUY of uery e.iiaelty nml des
cription made to order. Holler work
and ItlVlTTLl) IMl'Kd for Irrlfititlon
purposes a Hieelalty. I'nrtieiilar ntton
U011 p.tlil to JOH WORK, and repilr-ox-rcilted
at ehorloHl notice . 1035
If you want your Carriage or l'lueton
ltepalreti or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
(Oii Al.iKea street, botuoou King and
Merchant MreelH. 1021
Curpoiitoring, Oubiii IMiiliing,
.. . .ETC. . .
-: "2:1 Fort htreet.
-AII kinds of Jobbing faithfully anj promptly
BUILDERS & CONTltAOTORS.
Tort Htreet, Honolulu. 10o6
tl Subscriber to the HUL-
LETN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying ibe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 2 56.
Read the List.
Holler Top and lint Desks,
Meat Safes, Kltehon Tables,
Camp htool. .Sleamcr Chairs,
Army Cots, Chairs und Itockers,
Dentist and Harbor Chairs, Mirrors, etc
Cornor Niitiatut and King strect.
Musical Instruction, etc.
Annoiiucvs tlio opening of her
INTERPRETATION . .
Ami the HiirherHrancheH of Vocal Art
AtmninhncntM inm!i I.v mntl. Iuiy
J 30S, or by telephone, HO. 1019
SUSANNE R, PATCH,
Teacher ofVoicei Pluio '
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Rltl I'Vani'lupn. rnHll1rntml tumll tt flin I
cornor of Fort and Chaplain htroots.
Telophono 45S. 102(l-lm
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
Studio: AUkoa llouso.
Telephono 892. 1022
W. A. Eames
'Lliaitai! and lyjaqdolin
Studio V. M. C. A. Iti.llilluir. Itoom 2
llruneh Studio Alakou House,
My GuitnrB two noted for tho purity
of thoir tono.
Qultars, Maudolins, Violins, etc., Repairod.
069 llo'el street, opposite the Arlington.
Hcamdla VIII Take tile r.iut.
Tho Now York boys nro happy
now. It has boon finally dooided
that the Scandia is to tako wbat
eoldierB aro left hero. Tho Ala
mod n will take Companies 0, E,
S and G, constituting in nil about
U00 mon. Tho Scandia will tako
away Companies II, K and M,-thc
The bunks for tho soldiers are
all fixed on the Alameda and all
day the work of taking down
camp paraphemaliu has boon in
WJJSwM in Hit column mil ti inmltd a Ifttnlt
r a lint fml inttrhon, to entt ttconJ wttr.
lion; JO anil a itttck and o ctntt a month 7 tit it lit
ttafttt aJvtrttting ttr ojftrtJ tbt fiecfiU of Honolulu.
WI3 WANT YOU TO HAVE a Vt Disinfecting
Machine rut In )our closet or cesspool, anj
Jive sickness. California leeJ Co Agents. icCq-im
POH SALL-A HoMeln-Jersey .Mitch COW Apply
I C Klemme, at The Th oil, 1086-tf
RIDING HORSE FOR SALE.
AJJress "N." P O.
A TWO-MANUALanJ PeJal Hass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or resUence. Uercslrom
Music Co., Tort street 1067
SALE -The latest In CfcUSIILD BELTS
at Mrs Hanna's iojitf
BEST accent meal in tmtn Try It ani b con
vine el. LlnJ s Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
WANTLD-A Rerible YOUNG GIRL for let
Cream Parlor New LnglanJ Oakery, Hotel
WANTED-IMJPILS IN STENOGRAPHY, boolc
kprrlni? an J LneIKh brandies bv rraitkal re
porter, California Male Norm ilanJ Collect graJuate
$5 per mo day or evening
N'twitn 5 anj 7 at S? Nine si.
ANTED A NURSE to care for CHILDRLN on
a trip to Autrtiiii or tnrouun to LngunJ An
eUerly uoman preferreJ AJJrcss II, Bulletin office.
A N experienced white COOK WANTS POSITION
In private lamilj AJircss W," Ilulletln oftice,
310 King street. 1080
WANTri)-AI L AMTRICAN CITI7CNS. whether
living here rermanentU or Ktorrlne here tem
porarily, tn ko to the ottue of Dr. W. S. Noblltt,
corner of Kine ani Llllha streets, anj
bldN A I'LHTIUN TO CUMiKLbS to prnhlUt the
further Importation otContract Labor to the Hawaiian
IslanJs. )loursato5p m. 1077-tf
THEPUDLICTOKNOWtlufhe St. Louis Col-
lece. St AnJrcws Priory. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insine Awlum. anJ'othrr public institutions, use our
Chloro-Nartholeum with Kreat success California
I eei Co., ArcMs 1064-tm
WAN1EI)-Seeral SMALL HOYS Apply at
Honolulu Atesstncr bervlce, corner Kint- anj
Alakea streets. ic6r-tf
WANTED 500 .Men to cet shaseJ for is cents, at
619!$ Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
1011-tf II JEHS. Proprietor.
A Lin:, from not 4iavlng West Dlslnfevtlni; Ala
chines Inyourhiuses Chloro-Naptlioteinn kills
cockroaches anj ants. See California leeJ Co.,
I Agents. loog-im
POUND Sigma Chi College l'raternlt PIN Same
i can be haJ by calling at this ofhie anj paying
1 cost of aJsertlsenunt iu8o
WE RENT Hie West DIS1NM CT1NG MACHINES
ani keep them tn orJer. for a small monthly
rental California I eeJ Co., A cents. 1069-im
TO 1 LT rurnlsheJ Room. with electric HkM. In a
cottage near Tliomas Sjuare AJJress II. L,,
1 Bulletin iu68im
1 ::.r v..".r rs. '
Public Typewriter. Office
- Him 1. v. iK Kinney
11 work a srecuitv.
Hnwftiinn Gottrtulo S Clarke,
TT W IClllma (Itnnlin "Vnl-,rnMlrn
Ssr&rri Ss,osS it':
cbiird and wifi E A Kompo nnd
wife. Mrs It II Bennett. Mrs W E
Hn9kell nnd son. Minneapolis.
Mion; I? S Stmulring, Goruitb, Iaj
u n layior, d l' Amy, rreuenck
J Church, Frank NVaterhouso,
Tacoma, WnshinRton; John
Schleuk, Portland, Or; Wnltor J
Ogdon, Mrs It S Clough, Miss
Alico Strong, Chicago: Mrs Elua
Brown, Clifton, Knsj J A Nadean,
wife and daughter, 0 A Harrison,
Seattle; Henry Youngs Jr, Den
ver, Colo; Wm L Welsh, Now
York; Albert Whyte, Washinctou;
J M Konnody, Anaconda, Mont;
Prof M Woodworth, Cambridge,
Mass; C L Crehore, Boston, Mass;
L Bonjamin; T I Burrowes, Dr
Henry Joy, Ireland.
Arlington W N Winter, F M
Kessobnng, Sau Francisco; W
Patterson, Mrs Pottorson, Mrs
Castro, Oahu Plantation; J Moore,
Ctirlislo, Pa; Wnltor F Jay, Brook
lyn, N Y; W S Bell, Goo O Alex
ander, Hilo; Honriotta Hartwig,
Dayton, Ohio; Mrs 0 A Bobort
son, Mrs D 0 Little nud child, W
J Robortson, D 0 Robertson, To
ronto. Canada: F W Brmwm-tli nml
I wifo, Seattlp; Waltor A Lowrio,
Trouble nt Urn I'oundry.
On Monday afternoon at quit
ting time, there wnn Imnlilo i.n
twoou Lowis and Knch of tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works. Tho disouto
arose over a towel, Kach finally
struck Lowis nnd the lattor laid in
a complaint nt tho police station.
Tho cso took up nil of yestordny
aftornoon. Thoro wero twolvo
witnesses. Kach was found guil
ty nnd fined SO nud costs.
George H. Taylor is in chargo
of tho Tacoma Lodgor excursion
ists on the Garouuo. Mr. Taylor
is a blight newspaperman, former
ly in Chicago, but now on the
lor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Deo
7, I pin Weatherwear, wind light
Wenlher Bureau, l'linaltou, Dee 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
CO: Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer, U a m, 20.00. Rainfall,
do, 0.50 tn.
Jlumldity at 0 a in 802 per cent.
Barometer nt 1 p m was 20.82. Low
er than ever. More rain.
Tuesday, Dee 0.
Stmr Wnloleale, Moslter, from
Br S 8 Garonne, Conrmll, from
Seattle, WnHh., via Hllo.
Wetlnciday, Dec 7.
OSS Alameda, Van Oteremlorp,
from the Colonies.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, from
Stmr Xoeau, l'odersen, for Hono
kna anil Kukulhnele.
Br wp Alghtirth, Jotien, for the
Stmr Walaleale, Mother, forKahu
ku nnd I'unaluu at 4 p in.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Kl
lauen, Kallltlwal and llnntitel nt i
Htmr Iwnlnnl, Oregory, for Kolon,
lClccle, Hnnapepe, Wulmea ami Ke
knlia nt") p m.
OSS Alametln, Van Oteremlorp,
for San Franclhco nt 8 p ni.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho schoonor Ka Moi sails for
Kohalalelo at 3 p m today.
Tho schooner Moi Wahine will
go on tho marino railway today
Tho OSS Alameda, Von Olor
endorp commander, arrived in
port nt nbout 7 o'clock this morn
ing, nfter a plensant voyngo from
tho Colonies. She will snil for
San Francisco nt 8 o'clock this
oveniug. Tho Alameda brought
in the neighborhood of 200 tons of
general merchandise transhipped
from tho Kaisor Frederick dor
Grosso from Bromon. These goods
aro designated as Christmas ma
terial. Tho Alameda Bailed from
Sydney November 21 nt 3 p m,
from Auckland November 2G at 2
p ui and from Apia, Novembor 30
From tho Colonies, nor OSS
Alameda, Dec 7 LD Bonjamin,
Tlios Hurrows nnu Dr Honry
Tho pnssoncors in tho Garonno
aro as follows: Mrs W E Hask
ett and son, Mrs It H Bonuott, E
A Komp aud wife, Miss II EvanB,
O J Blanchard and wifo, F N Dix
on, O L Stewart, Minnesota; L F
Russell, T W liosworth and wife.
1 A Nordeau. wife and daughter,
Mrs Hose Lounce, Harry Wilkm-
sou, I'rauk Waterliouso, B M
Chapman, Jl Haysnst, M Foy,
Geo Clnrk, I Stour, John P Arav.
Elmn Safo nnd wife; G H Taylor,
r L Huso, K Hottomlay, G Tay
lor, Judge M G Barney, Mrs J 0
iiayclen, Y Hlack, F W Hankoy,
A J Snoko aud wifo. Itov
J Cairus nnd wifo, Mrs M Monnis.
Thos Gill and wifo, Henry Drub,
Wnsuiugton; A U tirensatli, W A
Ushor, Clydo Ushor, H Johnston
and wifo, Mrs W Maloy, L Todd,
Enos B Plaslce, C A Harrison,
Capt E J Rathbono, Mrs G Bar
ker, Fred Leo Jr, Seattle; A J
Storm, Now York; Miss G Clark,
Itev II W Kuhns, Nebraska; 0 E
Itogoll, Ohio; Thos White, E
Myers, Monthnn; W J Ogden,
Mrs It S Clough, Miss M A
Strong, Chicago; Mrs A T Wolfo,
Spoknno; F J Church, A A Bar
rios, Tacoma; Ohas Bessemer,
Walla Walla, Judgo K M Jaok
son, G Barker, Alnskn; T S Stan-
From Kauai, por stmr Wnialo
nlo, Deo G 3101 bngs sugar.
From tho Colonies, per OSS
Alameda, Deo 7 200 tons gonoral
merchandise 100 cs mullet, 2 cs
fowls, 1G ca limos consigned to tho
following: IS Housoulaogor to Co,
F A Sohaofor to Co, T H Davios to
(Jo, Mot Meat Co and D G (Jama
Another business change to oo
cur is tho transfer of H. E. Walk
or's Cleveland bicycle agoncy to
A. G. Hitchcock who has opened
n oyolory on Fort street. Mr.
Walker has built up a yory suc
cessful trade. Ho will go into an
Boys on tho Scandia nre doing
quito n livoly business in Manila
relics. Mauser riilos nnd Spanish
coins are tho principal articles,
And why shouldn't wo ho, if first-class
goods and honest prices lmvo anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LAKGEST STOCK,
therefore tho GREATEST ASSORT1MENT
and tho LATEST STYLES or Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Kubhor Goods.
Our customers can always fiihl what
they want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign ok the
TlUAIi OK H()M)Ii;itS.
Gritrral Mcrrlm Approtrs Sftttenre of
II ll.U ... .141.
Mnjor Gonoral Morriam has ap
proved tho following findings of n
genoral court-iunrtial convened at
Privato Edward W. Davis, Pro
visional Company F, First Colo
rado Volunteer iufautry, diehon
ornblo dischargo from tbo bervice
and throe mouths' imprisonment
at hnid labor, for trespassing on
privato property and using pVo
fano nnd abusive lnnguago to his
Second-class Privato Thomas
Sexton, Compnny L, Second Unit
ed States Volunteer Engineers,
ton days' confinement nt hard la
bor and $5 forfeited from his pay,
for absentiug himself without
loavo for being intoxicated nnd ro
tusiug to pny his street-car faro
and for disoboying nn order of his
Private Maurico D. Walsh, Co.
M, 2nd U. S. V. Engineers, one
months' confinement at hard labor
nud S10 forfeited from his pay,
for striking n civilian and using
nbusivo languago toward his su
In the caso of Privato Charles
Brown, Co. F, 1st N. Y. V. Infan
try, seutonced to confinement nt
hnrd labor for ten days, for con
duct to tho projudico of good order
nnu military uiscipnuo, me pro
ceedings, findings nnd sentence of
the court aro disapproved nnd set
nsido because the record is defec
tivo in that it does not show that
tho court and judgo advocate woro
Tho convicted mon will sorvo
their sontoncos nt Camp MoKin
loy, Hnwaiiau Islands.
Mrs. Neodhnm will epenkt at
tho '1 o'clock raeoting in tbo' Y".
M. 0. A. hall today nnd Mr.
Needham nt tho 7:30 o'clock meet
ing. Sergt. Adam, of Captain Ran
dolph's battery 2d Artillery is n
passonger on the Scandia, having
recently completed his sixth year
in tho sorvico of tho United States.
Sergt. Adam is not in lovo with
Manila, but does not regret his
terra of sorvico there. Ho says
a large amount of tho sickness
among tho volunteors i'b due to
thoir lack of knowledgo how to
tako care of themsolvoa.
W. K. Wall, Kwq., has this day boon
appointed a Commissioner of Orndos for
tho City of Honolulu, vico l- S. Dodgo,
J. A. KINC1,
Minister of tho Intorlor.
Intorlor Olllco, Doe. Clh, 1BDS.
DKI'AUTMENT OF l-TNANCK,
r7, 1803. J
Honolulu, II. I., Docenibo
Notlco la heroby gl on that Nathan C
Wllfong has Itoen appolntoil as Tax
Assessor and Colloctor for tho Third
Division, Island of Hawaii.
S. M. DAMON,
1080-31 Milliliter of Finance.
l'lilUp L. Weaver has this day boon
npMlntod n Notary Publiu for tho Tirst
Judicial Clreult of thollnwnllan Wands.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, Doc. 2nd, 1808.
Christmas Day (Doi-oiubor 25, 1S9S),
ami Now Years Day (January 1, 1809),
falling on Sunday, Monday, Docombor
2D, 18!)8, and Monday, January 2, 1809,
will bo observed ns National Holiday,
and all Government OIUcoh throughout
tho Island w ill bo closed on thoso days.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Intorlor.
Interior pilleo, Doe. :t, lfillS.
August Ahrous, Esq., lias tills day
boon appointed u member of tho lload
Board for tho Taxation District of Ewn
and Waianao, Island ofo.thu, vieo W.J.
Tho Board now consists of :
f J. A. Low, Chairman,
j David Center,
t August Ahrons.
J. A. KING,
Minltttor of tho Interior.
Intorlor Oilico, Dee. 6, IsOS. l(W5-3t
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notl
lied that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. in. and
from 1 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and in Ninianu Valley above
School street nre heroby uotllled that
they will not bo restricted to the Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to
0 p. in., out will bo allowed to irrigate
wlioiieversufllclcnt water Isnvailable,
provided that they do not uso tho
watei for Irrigation purposes for more
man rour Hours in ovorv twenty-rour.
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1898
Honolulu, II. I., DecomliorS, 189S.J
Notice to Public
Public Accountants nro roquosted to
inako prompt returns to tho Trousury
of all collections on Oovornmeilt account
to Docombor 111, 1803, and to ho ml In
thoir sworn statements thereof to tlio
Audltor-fJoiioral's Dopartmont without
Honolulu accountants not later than
January Mil, 1809, anil thoso residing
on tho othor Islands not lator than Jan
uary 10, 1800.
When tho last romlttunco Is mado on
accounts of 1HHS rocolpts, advlso the
Treasury Department to that olloet.
II. C AUSTIN,
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
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WHAT DO YOU WANT?
carHousekeepers, we can filla
DQTyour rooms; losers of proper-1
arty, we can find it; ovners"a
&3rof articles desiring to ex-"a
sarchange them, we can do it."t&a
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