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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 8,- 1898.
DON'T READ THIS
Unless you wish to know whit
1899 Columbias and Ramblers
Are to be sold for here:
Columbia Hovnl-Goar Chainlets, Models CO and fit , latest lmprovoil, ?S5
Columbia Chain Whocli, Models 57 and 68, new I8i, fliO.
Colunilila Chain Wheals, Modol !), 1893, with 1S09 improvements, 50
Columbia Tamtam, Models 47 and 48, Diamond and Comhlnatlou
Humbler Cluilii Wheols, all Modols with SS-liich wheols, ?50.
Humbler Tandems, 375.
Do not think th.it you have to wait for 1809 to got thoso prices
They go Into oll'oct right now, so thoro Is no need for you to purchase
jioorly mado bicycles when Columbias and Uamblors aro offered at such
low prices. Watch tho other dcalors who havo set hlghor prices cotno
dow n to our IlKiirosj wo loud, others follow.
This Is tho cool season, and tho time to rldo. HlY NOW.
E. 0, HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kimr Sts.
leaa of New
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List.
2-1, !l-4, I-1 lledsloail,
lM,:i-l, l-IWlro and Moss MnttroMW,
Vlllnw. DIiiIiik Intension Tables,
LOWEST OASEI PRICES BUY THEM.
T JE& 33 I. IX. Xji.,
S. "W. T-iEJDEIRJSiR.,
1. O. ltox .1:15 Telephouo 478. Corner Nutiauu and King streets.
-"L--'ffniTi LABOR LAUNDRY ! !
DLCORATINfi AND NATURAL
WOOD I INISIUNCi A SPECIALTY
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinier : : :
107H Next to Police Station
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
tfcSBicycle Repairing ,n f,t,
J. T. LUND,
Union Stront (Bell Tower).
3"LIk!iI Machine Work promptly done.
Honolulu Iron Wox'ks Co.
Improved and inodorn SUGAR MA
rillNKRY of cery caixielty and iles
crlptlou miidu to order. IlolUir work
mid KIVl.TKI) I'U'Ed for Irrigation
purpo"cs ti Hoi'lnlty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOIJ WOHK, and rennlrsox.
I'clltctl at slinrtest notice. 1035
If you want your Carrlago or Pliivton
Hepilred or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
Alakca street, lwtwoon King and
Moruhaut htroets. 1021
Ciirponturiii";, Oahin I:ikiiig,
-: 722 Fort street.
S-AII kinds ol Jobbing faithfully and promptly
Fort street, Honolulu. 1050
All Work Uuarantood and I'romptly
J. A. MORCAN,
King St., In T. Murray's Carrlago shop.
Read the List.
Holler Top and Flat Desks,
Meat Safes, Kitchon Tables,
Camp Stools, Meumor Chairs,
Army Cots, Chairs nml Itoekors,
Dentist mid Harbor Clinlrs, Mirrors, elc
Your work Holicltcd, and iho llnest
class of service AT HKASOXAHLK
I'll I CES O U A It ANTE ED .
Only White Labor Employed
All Flannels ami Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Mending, and J Hit
tons Sewed On.
IBOaBHI ! 1
CrnU AM IK ITWTYD V "t Sau Fmucieco 3:34 n. ra., Do
IJ 1 lJifllll LilUllyil I lc,"bor ! 8nyiDg' "UotinK dead
SQTTolepliono 6S3, and leave
Tho Uouolulu Ulcyelo Company has
removed from 109 l''ort street, to a room
In tho Arlington block, Ilotol street,
w horo thoy will ho pleasod to heo old
juitrons. Only ilrst-elass goods handled,
iiud flrbt-class work turned out by our
A. O. HITCHCOCK,
(jKNniiAi. Ninvs noti:s.
Senator Hoar has publicly an
nouncod himself opposed to Proa-
ident McKiuley's Philippine
The Zealandia has arrived
Manila. No casualties.
A nativo republic has been os
tablishod iu tho Yi.caya islands iu
opposition to Agumaldo.
ltev. Dr. J. H. Barrows has beon
elected president of Oberliu col
Judgo Taft of Ohio is a candi-
dato for President of Yalo col-
Promoters of tho Panama canal
havo established a lobby nt Wash
ington to opposo tho Nicaragua
Clyde Minnie, a soldior arrived
in tho Scaudia, io vory poorly at
tho Queen's hospital.
Among tho roturned kamaainaB
in tho iMoana wero tho following:
Mr aud Mrs Cecil Brown, J F
Clay, Henry Holmea, Bruce
Cartwright, Alex Young, Mrs
Mott-Smith; R O 8colt, Miss Mc
Inoruy, Mrs 0 M Cooko, B R
Banning and Dan Whitman.
i Temple of
wTTJfi in tbh totumn ( fa intilt& at l.tnll
WrS ahntfirtt innrtion; to unit uconJ inur
Unit, Jo ctnli A wctk and o ttnti a month, lbii it tbt
cbtspeit aJvtrthtitf tvtr offtrtJ tbt tvoplt of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a W.t DUInfMtlnc
Michlne put In your clntet or cepool, anJ
save sickness, California PeeJ Co., Agents. io6g-im
I OST-loitdl Saving llook No. ajo II. finder
t- Mill pleave return same to bulletin office, no
Klnc street. io8;-)t
ALirn, from not havlnc West Dlslnfectlnj: Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Napthnteum kills
cockroaches anj ants. See California led Co.,
FOK SALE A HnUteln-Jersey Milch COW Apply
C. Klemme, at The Tlvol I. io86-tf
A TWO-MANUAL an J PeJal Dass rUXDORcTN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Herefrom
Music Co., Port street.
The latest In CRUSHED DLLTS
at Mrs. Manna's
DEST .scent meal In town.
Trv It anJ be con-
LlnJ's Lcllor Restaurant. 1041.
ANTED-A Respectable YOUNG GIRL for Ice
ream rarior. oew Lnirianj nasery, noiei
WANTED-I'UI'ILS IN STLNOGRAI'IIY, book
keeping anJ Lncllsh branches by practical re
Sorter. California StateNormalaniCofleKe graduate.
S per mo . Jay or evening. Inquire afternoons
between ; and 7 at 87 King St, 108 tm
WANTLD-A NURSE to care for CHILDREN on
a trip to Australia or through to LnglanJ. An
elderly woman rreterreJ Address II, Uulletln office.
A N experienced white COOK WANTS POSITION
In private tamlly. Address "W," Uulletln office,
no King street. 1080
WANTED--ALL AMnljlCAN CITIZENS, whether
living here permanently or stopping here tem
porarily, to go to the office of Dr. W. S. Noblllt,
corner of King anJ Lltlha streets, anJ
SICiN A PETITION TO CONCiRLSS to prohibit the
further importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Island's, flours 2 to 5 p m. 1077-tf
THE PUI1LIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
' lege, St Andrews I'rlory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Aslum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Napthoteum with great success. California
I eeJ Co., Agents.
WAN! CD-Several SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Klni? and
1 Alakea streets.
WANTED soo Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
6io)4 Tort street, opposite the Club Stables
II. J LI IS, Proprietor.
nOt'N!) Slcma Chi Collect fraternity PIN. Same
1 can W haJ by calling at this ufhee anJ palni;
cost u( aJverllsemrnt. 1080
WE RENT the West DISINI ECTINO AtACIIINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. Calllornla leed Co., Agents. 1069-im
O LET I urnlshed Rooms, with electric light. In a
cottage near Thomas Niuarc. Address II. L,
jui.ius iiotti.no di:ai).
I CHhlejfraiii friu firemen
to r. a.
' Silutrfrr .; Co.
I F. A. Scbaofor tfe Co. recoived n
I rslTalfl r f Wr IV! lSIA H Air M.-mnaBAl
xnis BHti news vna uoi unoxpociou,
Julius Holing was -10 years of
HKt, nnd u nntivo of Qorraany. Ho
catno to tlio Hawaiian Islands in
1873 n ml took a position in the
linaini'ss house of F. A. Schaofer.
Ho wiii admitted a partner, nlontj
with H. llonjoa, of tho firm of F.
A. Houaefcr it Co. iu 1888. Mr.
Hotiug WftB highly ostoouiod as a
momuur of tho uuaiucss commu
nity. Mr. Hoting on Juno 3, 1880,
married Miaa Mary Wicko of Ho
nolulu, who with two children
survives him. Matilda, tho elder
child, is iu her 18th year, and her
brother Carl is 13 yearn old.
When Mr. Hoting found hia
health failing a year or two ago,
ho decided to retiro from business
and spend tho romaiudor of his
life iu his Fatherland. By dili
in DUBinosti autl wiso m-
vestment of iucomo he had acquir
ed a competent amplo to maintain
himsolf and family in comfort.
Tho late Mr. Hoting was a com
panionable man, as well as a moat
affoctionato husband and father.
Ho was a popular member of tho
Pacific Club. His taking off in
middlo lifo will bo deoply regret-
ted by tho whole community.
Mrs. Hoting and hor children left
fathorless iu youth will havo tho
sympathy of a wido circlo of
friends and acquaintances.
Arinntronir Smith Hack.
Armstrong Smith, prinoipal of tho
Fort Slroot School, returned in the
Moana this morning, aftor a trip
to Chicago, where- ho wont on a
tour of inspection of tho schools,
particularly tho Chicago Normal
School. Mr. Amstrong Smith loft
Honolulu September 1. During
his stay in Chicago ho collected
specimens of painting and draw
ing from tho various schools and
somo of tho latest and beet ohil
dren's books that havo boon published.
Tor additional Shipping News tee seventh page,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec
8, 1 pm-Weather elcar, wind light
Weather Rurenu, Putmhoti, Dec 8.
Temperature Morning minimum,
03; Midday maximum, 78.
Jlaromcter, 0 a m, L'O.hS. Rainfall,
do, 0.02 In.
Humidity at 0 n m 75 per cent.
Barometer at 1 p m was 20.80.
Stnir Jtinies Mnkcc, Tullctt, from
Thursday, Deo 8.
U H S Moaim, Carey, from San Fran
Thursday. Dec 8.
Stmr JnmeH Makee, Tullett, for
Knimunt-1 p m.
8 8 Moana. Carey.
for tho Colo-
mcsaiu i) in.
Stmr Hawaii, Mactlonald,
loKiu ami Hawaii jiorts.
Pioneer llelrirntlnn Kent by Lending
Among tho passengers on tho
Qaronno aro twonty Beven people
who caino to Hawaii under tho
auspices of tho Minneapolis TiineB
excursion. This party is in charge
of C. J. Blanchard, a wido awako
member of tho Times staff. Tho
Times has advertised its excur
sions very cxtonsivoly nud is to
send another party of 1C0 hero in
January. Tho numbor ou tho
first (rip was reduced considerably
on account of tho difficulties of the
Tho Times peoplo have onjoyed
themBolvcs immensely from tho
start. Mr Blanchard says that in
futnro excursions he will try to
mako arrangomont to cotno to
Honolulu by way of Seatlliand
return by way of 8an Francisco,
thus patronizing different lines
cuutcriug in Honolulu and giving
the tourists a wider raugo of tra
vel. This afternoon tho Times pooplo
aro taking in Diamond Head,
AVaikiki and Punchbowl. Tonight
tho Oovornmont band will givo a
complimentary concortf.t the hotel.
These aro the members of the par
ty: Mr O J Blanchard and wife, Mr
and Mrs E A Kempo, Mrs W E
Haskell and son, Mrs 11 H Ben
nett, Mrs U 8 Clough, Miss Alice
Young, Mr "W J Ogdou, Mrs Elua
Brown, Rev Dr Kuhjis. Miss Qer
trudo Olarke, Carl L Stewart,
Fred JS Dickson, 1 a Htaudring,
Miss Evers, G H Taylor, J P
Auiy, Baron Schlerk, Judco Jack-
boii, F J Church, J A Ncdoau,
wife and daughter, Mr Petorsou,
Tin: DIAMOND jcniLi:i:.
F. M. Swnn.y, chairman of
finance committee for "Permanent
Victoria Memorial" in Honolulu,
has issued a circular to subscrib
ers, regretting having to inform
thorn that it has beon impossible
to raiso a sufficient amount for that
purpoao, nnd uking thorn oach to
instruct him what disposition they
desire him to make of tho amount
subscribed. It is suggostcd by
Mr. Swanzy that "tho British
Bonovolent Society would doubt
less bo ploased to havo its funds
increased by tho amount named."
Probably this is tho disposition
most of tho subscribers will diroct.
Tho proposal of a permanent
memorial was part of tho schemo
agreed upon by British rosidents
of tho c.ipitnl for signalizing tho
Diamond Jubiloo of Queen Victo
ria's reign. British residents of
tho iBlaud of Hawaii acted for
themselves, with tho ro3ult that a
Victoria Aunex has been addod to
tho Government hospital at Hilo.
Chnnte Tor Aiubnu.nilor.
Washington, Novembor 30.
After bis appcaranoo iu tho Su
premo Court today Joseph H.
Ohoato wont diroctly to tho Whito
Uouso aud had a talk with the
President. This led to a ronowal
of tho report that Mr. Ohoato is
slated as Ambassador to England.
Certainly his daily calls upon tho
1'residont iudicato that he has
somo important buoinosa at the
Mort Tuft of tho Mauna Loa
and a Chinaman in Kau, havo tied
in a raillo for a piano belonging
to a mau in town. A shako-oil is
Tho RMS Moana, Caroycom
mandor, arrivod in port and haul
ed alongside tho Oceanic wharf at
about 8:45 o'clock this foronoon.
Sho mailed from San Franoiaoo at
10:05 p m Decomber 1, a dolay of
a day. Sho brought in all, 200
patisongors, most of whom aro for
Honolulu. Tho Moana also has
about '100 tons of cargo for this
Anil wliy shouldn't wo bo, if first-class
goods and honest prices havo anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LARGEST STOCK,
thoroforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LQWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers1 Shoe Co.,
Sign of the
Morgan's Auction Sales.
JFREDAY, Dec. 9th, 1S9S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Ptihllc Auction,
100 110XIS FINK ORKGON APPLES.
WILL BE SOLD
Date of Salo and further par
ticulars in to-morrow's Issuo of tho
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
During tho absonco of Leo Clin from
tho Hawaiian Islands, How Hoy will act
as manager of tho Oahu Lutnbor A.
Iluildlng Co., Ltd.
OAHU LUMIIKIl A HTILMNC1
lnS7-:it Por LEE CIIU, Presldont.
The British.merican S. S. Co.'s
Will sail from Honolulu
Monday, Dec. 12, 2 p.m.
tSJThoro will bo future monthly ser
vice, botwoon thoso ports.
lSyFor passage or Information con
corning frolght ratos apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Quoon Stroot, AGENTS,
Will bo received at tho olllco of tlio
Mlnlstor of tho Interior, until 12 o'clock
noon of Monday, Decombor 12th, 1808,
for two (2) Hollers for Drodger.
Specifications and plan at tho olllco of
Siiporlntoiulont of Public Works.
Tho Minister doos not bind himself to
uccopt tho lowost or any bid.
x JAS. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Iutorlor.
Doe. 8th, 1803. 1OS7-3
W. l. Wall, Ii., 1ms this day boon
appointed a Commissioner of Tirades for
tho City of Honolulu, vlco F. S. Dodge,
- .1. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, Dec. Cth, 1H0H.
DEPAltTMENT OF FINANCE,
Honolulu, H. I., Docembor", 1893
Notico In horoby ghon that Nathan C.
Wllfoiig has been appointed as Tax
Assessor nnd Collector for tho Third
Division, Island of Hawaii.
S. M. DAMON,
10SO-:it Mlnlstor of Finance.
August Ahrons, i:-q,, has this day
beon appointed a member of tho lload
Hoard for tho Taxation District of Ewa
and Walanao, Island ofO.ihu, leu W.J.
Tho Hoard now consists of :
fJ. A. Low, Chairman.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, Dee. S, ISOs. 1035-31
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notl
lied that the hours for irrigation pur
poses uro from (I to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from -1 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, anil hi Kiiuami Valley above
School street nro hereby untitled that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of G to 8 a. m. anil 4 to
6 li. in., out will bo allowed to irrigate
whenoverHuniclent water Isavullable,
provided that they do not uso tho
water for Irrigation purposes for more
lhau four hours Iu evorv twenty-four.
Sunt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved1 J. A. KING,
Mlnlstor of Interior
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1893
OFFICE AUDITOU-GENEHAL, 1
Honolulu, II. I., Decombor ii, 189S.J
Notice to Publio
Publio Accountants aro requested to
mako prompt returns to tho Treasury
of all collections on Government account
to Decombor 31, 1808, and to sond In
thoir sworn statements thoreof to tho
Audltor-Gonorurs Dopartiuout without
Honolulu accountants not later than
January bth. 1809, ami thoso residing
on tho othor Islands not lator than Jan
uary 10, 1800.
When tho last remittance- Is mado 011
accounts of 1808 receipts, advlso tho
Treasury Dopaitment to that oil'oet.
II. C. AUSTIN,
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance
R. Corata, a Hawaiian born
young man, returned in tho Mo
ana this morning for a visit with
his pooplo. Ho has been work
ing at the machinist's trade in
San Francisco for about a year.
If ho finds a good situation hero
he will remain.