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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 10, 1898.
LITTLE BOY, OR GIRL,
Longs for a Bicycle, and hopes Santa Claus is think
ing of bringing one this Xmas. We have the stock
if you have the time to drop in and pick one out and
the prices only range between $28 and $)$. We have
three sizes of Juveniles, and an fit any child from
4 years up. If you have no time just telephone us
the age and size of the child, and we will send one to
your home on any day before Christmas that you wish.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Jj"ort and Kinc: Sts.
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List.
2-4,3-1, I-1 IlciNUMrix,
2-1, 8-1, 4-4 Wlro mill Moss Mattresses,
Pillows, Dining Extension Tallies,
LOWEST GASH PHIOES BUY THEM.
GC JEK Ei
S. "W. LEDERER,
I. O. llox 535 Telephone ITS. Cornor Nuiiami nml King htrcots.
Mrutors ana miiurs.
SO? Vol DECORATING AND NATURAL
88 U2 WOOD I INISIIIMi A SI'LCIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinier : : :
Next to I'olleo Station
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
tJtSBicycle Repairing ,n a'ncn
J. T. LUND,
Union Strort (Bell Tower).
tL(ght Machine Work promptly done.
Honolulu Iron. Works Co.
Improved nnil inoiloru Sl'fJATt MA
CHINERY of eery capacity mill lies,
orlptloii ninilu to order. Holler work
ami RIVETED PIl'KrJ for irrlgiitlon
purposes a HHrinlty. Particular utton
tlou paid to JOIt WORK, uml repairs ox
pcutetl at shortest mnlcu. 1035
If you want your CirrLiRo or l'lucton
lteji.ilred or Trlintned, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
100 AlHkcu strent, botwoon King anil
Merchant Htroets. 1021
Oui'pontoi'ing, Cabin jMiiliing,
-: 722 Fort street.
4VAII kinds of Jobbing faithfully and promptly
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS.
Fort titreet, Honolulu. 1050
All Work Ouarantooil ami Promptly
J. A. MORGAN,
King St., in T. Murray's Carriage shop.
& SON, Ltd,
Read the List.
Holler Top mill 1'l.tt Dosks,
Meat Safes, Kitchen Tables,
C'nmp Stools, Stcninor Chairs,
Army Cots, Chairs nnil Hoekors,
Dentist uml Harbor Chairs, Mirrors, ete
Tne DMlSll.riCail 5. S. CO. S
Will mill from Honolulu
Monday, Dec. 12, 2 p.m.
KSPTlioio will bo futuro monthly ser
vice between tliuso portn.
jSTl'or passage or Information con
corning frolglit ratos apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Qiioou Stroot, AGENTS.
Your work solicited, find the flncHt
clnss of Horvico AT UEASONA11LK
1'ltICES GUAItANTKED. , kiA
All Flannels anil Silks washed by
lmnil. Onllnary Mcnillng, uml Jlut
tona tjewcil On.
iSTTelcphono 583, uml leave your
During tho absence of I.eo Chu from
tlio Hawaiian Inlands, How Hoy will nut
as managor of the Oahu Luinbor .t
OAHU LUMHHIl ,t BUILDING
1087-:it I'or LKK C1IU, I'reslilout.
I lwg to notify my customers ami the
public gonorally that I have trannforreil
my buslnoss to the Metropolitan Moat
Company, owing to ill health, ami thnt
all bills owing by mo will be paid by
the said Metropolitan Moat Company,
ami all bills due mo will bo collected by
Thanking tho public for past favors,
I0S8-1W City Moat Markot.
Only White Labor Employed
t?K3'''''' '" '' totum Kill hi InutliJ at I J tcnli
ym dlinifirtl intctlion; to ctnti ttconJ tnstr.
lion; Ju tentl anetk and o mil a month. 711 li lb
cttdf-lil aJvtttniitf trcr ojftrtd tbi feoplt of Honolulu.
Un WANT YOU TO HAVE a West DUtnfectlnz
yv Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, an J
save sickness. California I'eeJ Co.,A(:ents. locVj-im
I OST Postal Savlncs Hook No. in II HnJer
- ulll please return same to Ilullelln office, no
Mnj; sireel. io87-t
A Urn, from not having West Disinfecting Ma-
cnines in your nouses. v.nioro-napinoieuniKins
cockroaches ni ants. See California TeeJ Co.,
PW SALE-A llolsleln-Jersey Milch COW. Apply
L. Klemtne, at The Tlvoll. io8o-tf
A TWO-MANUALanJ PeJal Ilass HEED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or reslJence. Uergstrom
music u., i on street. loo?
1 at Mrs. Hanna's
The latest In CRUSHED BELTS
BEST at cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vince. LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
UANTED-A Respectable YOUNG GIRL fur Ice
Cieam Parlor. New LnglanJ Bakery, Hotel
WANTLD-PUI'ILS IN STENOGRAPHY, book
keeping and Lngllsh branches by practical re
porter, California State Normal anJ College graduate.
J5 per mo., Jay or eenlng. Inquire afternoons
between $ anJ 7 at 83? King St. 1083 im
WANTHJ-A NURSE to care for CHILDREN on
a trip to Australia nr through to LnglanJ. An
elderly woman preferred Address II, Bulletin office.
AN experienced white COOK WANTS POSITION
In private family. Address "W," Bulletin offiie,
ato King street. 1080
WONTED-ALL AMERICAN CITIZENS, whether
living here permanently or stopping here tem
porarily, to go to the othec of Dr. W S Noblltt,
corner of King and Llliha streets, anJ
blGN-A PETITION TO CONGRESS to prohibit the
further Importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Islands. Hours ato 5 p m. lon-tf
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory. Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Nartholeum with great success. Callfornh
I ted Co., Agents. loGo-tm
WANT LD-Seieral SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Mvssmger Service, corner King and
Alakca streets. 1067-1!
'ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
610W Fort street, onnosfte the Cliih SMMet.
toji-tf II. JEI IS, Proprietor.
cost of advertisement.
UE KENT the West D1SINI ECTING MACHINES
vv and keep themjn order, for a small monthly
reniai auiurnia i eea io.. Agents. looa-im
TO LET rurnlshed Icooms, with electric light. In a
cottage near Thomas Square. Address II. L.,
.NO MOHI! KAHUKU Tllll'S.
Walittrnlv Will Tuke .Inniei llokm
I'l'irn tu Kapun.
Tbo Jamoa Mnkoo camo iu tliia
moininc from Knpan nnd will o
on tho Mnriuo railway for ropairn
today. JLlio Waialeale will take
tbo place of tbu James Makco.
Iu tbis connection, it might be
said that tbo AVaialoalo's trips to
Kahuku are now at an end, much
to th gratification of tbo officers
and crew of that vossel who know
the dancors in connection with
visit to Kahuku.
.The roasou for this cessation is
that tbo extension of O. R. & L.
will bo finished this aftornoon and
after that all freight from that
place will como over tbo road to
Tbo contrast of tbo Inter-Isl
and company with tbo Kahuku
plantation was arranged so that it
would end as soon as tho extension
of tbo road to Kahuku was com
ploto. Humor Hun Dtiivn.
A rumor that sorao of tho La
brador opium two koroseno tins
with CO half-pound cans in oaoh
used as ovidonco iu tbo courts,
was missing happily proves un
truo. It was given into the cuato
doy of tho custom bouse aftor be
ing exhibited in the Circuit Court.
Deputy Collector Clay, who keeps
tho rocord, has just returned from
the Coast, and, until a denial
from Deputy Marshal Ilitchcook
through a reportor, thought tho
exhibits wero in tho strong room
of tho police station. This yesterday
noon, howovor, Mr. Clay oliecked
off tbo Labrador opium in tbo
strong room of tho custom house
and found it all thoro. Collector
General McStooker says ho will
tilways bo ready to answer ques
tions regarding opium placed in
liis custody. The customs officials
caunot say what will bo dono with
the opium on hand. It is at the
disposal of tho Board of Hoalth.
Tbo German bark J O Pflugor,
0 Hoover muster, arrived in port
at 4:40 pm yesterday afternoon,
162 days from Bromorhaven with
a cargo of general merchandise
consigned to H Hackfold & Co.
Por additional Shipping News see teventh pace,
Diamond Head Signal 8latlon, Dee
10,1 p m Weather cloudy, wind light
Weather Uurcau, 1'utmliou. Dec 10.
Temperature Mornlinr minimum.
03: Midday maximum. 74.
llarnmctcr, 0 am, 29.08. Rainfall,
do, 0.00 in.
iltiinlillty at 0 a in 00 percent. Dew
Dill lit, fid. TIiIm ni'piiinit fur tlm ,.,,1,1
ntmosphero hist night.
Friday, Deo 0.
Stmr Walaleale, Mosiier, from
Or bk J O Pflugor, Horver, 102 days
Htmr Klloliunu, llrulin, from Ka
aunpall. Stmr Helcne, Macdonald, from Ha
Saturday, Dec 10.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from
Htmr Leliun. Itpnnntf frnm ATnlnL-nl
Saturday, Dec )0.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for Mu
kawell, Walniea and Kekaha at 3
VESSELS LEAVIKO TOJIOItltOW.
Am bk Dl'i'lilnllfnl. Ilriimlf. fur tlw
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho S G Wildor is rpnpivinrr
sugar from tho Mauna Loa today.
iUnau from Maui and Hawaii
ports botweon 10 and 11 o'clock
Tho S N Castlo and W G Irwin
Will Bail for San li'mnrtinnn nn
Mnto Swnnunn nf Mm TTilnlinun
will loavo in tho Occidental for tho
The Koauhou wiir bo in from
Kauai ports this evening or tomor
row morniug early.
Tbo Lehua brought down the
KailUakakai SCOW thin mnrninrr
A now bottom is to bo put into
James Makco arrived from Ka
paa this morning oarly. Burser
Feruback renorts nn fnllnwd- M
S Co expects to bociu crindiuc on
Tr.,.lo .. i.Vn .. ir Y. -r
P, G00U; H M, G100; K S M, 3'JOU;
K 8 Co, 4000. Total of l'J.000
Thero is something in tho
nature of a blockade uloug the
wharves just at the present timo
and thoro is no small kick on tho
part of some of the Island steam
ship mon. Steamers with cargoes
aro delayed and vessols that are
not doing any work aro occupyiug
Wharves while Otliorn. nnyinna tr
got out their cargoes, aro Bbut out.
Prom Mnlnkni. nor utmr T.nlmn
Doo 10 Miss Aunio Karaai, Miss
tiaunan Jlailua and 15 on deck.
From Oahu ports, por stmr
Wniatonle. Dim '.) flflf) hona rinn
and 32 bags rico bran.
lrom Molokai and Maui, por
stmr Lehua. D-u 10 17 Jiaml n,if
tlo and 10 hos.
Aliout Toleiihono JlaltPra.
Thoro has boon n. mmnr nVnnt
town to tbo elTont Hint (Im tnln-
pbone exebango is to be moved into
tho top part of tbo Judd block.
Superintendent Cassidy was soon
tbis morning and, in answer to a
question, said: "Nothing has
been decided on yot. No ropairs
have been mado here since the
firo,as wo aro going to movo some
where. Tim Judd liuilriinrr wnnlrl
bo a good placo oxcopt that, per-
uaps, u is a little too low. Wo
want a nlace birdi nn nlinvn tlm
noiso of tho street, airy and fur
nished with uleutv of linht. Wn
also want n nlartn wlinrn tlm uinw
can bo run underground, for that
is ino system tuat is to bo in forco
horo before vory long."
ICuiirr anil Keulln,
Ah Leo bna boon nrnnfpd llm
liconso to sell light wines and
ueors in ivapaa. Jinotnor Uhina
mau got it at first but ho waB
not "un to tho mark." so Ah Lnn
took his placo.
A big entertainment is to bo
given in Kealia hall Christmas
night, Monday, Decembor 20.
Prof. Toms will givo an exhibition
in legerdemain. Mr. Toms gavo
a show sorao years ago that olear
od soveral hundred dollars, Ho
is an old hand at tho business.
Thero will lie n. remilnr nrn-
r? ram of linrnn rnnon nn niirinhnna
Later will como a big luau on tbo
Cornor Itlclmrds and Borotanla Btroots,
Offlco Hours : 10 to 4.
10S3 Tolephouo 517.
E I III irn aura n, 1
And why shouldn't wo bo, if first-class
goods and honest prices have anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LAIIGEST STOCK,
llioroforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
nnd Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our customers can always find what
tlioy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Siox ok Tin: Bio Siiok,
tt 3?ort street.
Tlilnki Poii1p Aro Chatlnir Him.
"Captain" O'Brien was arrosled
last night and is now boing libld
for investigation. It is believed
tho man is insane. Last night he
ran into n houBO and explained
that polico oflicers wore after him.
In tbo coll tbis forenoou ho insittt
ed that tho prisoners out in tho
yard wero all provided with knives
and that they wero making prepa
rations to pou d co down upon
The incolliifr of stockholders of tbo
Oahu Hallway nnil Iintl Company ban
boon postponed, until Dcconibor liith at
:l p. in.
1080 W. O. ASllMSY, SccroUiry.
T. AcCANTS STEWART,
(Formerly of the Now York Bar),
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
305 Fort St,
Honolulu, H. I.
Lodge Le Progres do l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. A A. S. 1UTK.
Thero will bo n spoclal meeting of
Loilgo Im l'rogres No. 1-1, A. nnil A. S.
lllte, at its hall, Mnwniu Toniplo,
Till 8 (SATUIU)AY) KYEXIXd
Uocoinbor 10, at 7:."10 o'clock.
WOKK IN KIHST DEUKKIi
Mombor.s of Hawaiian I.oilgo, l'acllle
liOilgo nnil all vlNltlng brothrun aro eor
illally Invited to bo present.
y onler of tho 11. W. M.
108S II. G. CHAIIHK, Secrotnry.
SATURDAY. DEC. 17,
FROM a P. M.
The I'rocctis are for the Benefit of the Church.
ADMISSION, 25 CTS.
4?Tlckets are for sale by the Committee having
the matter In hanJ, anJ at the entrance. loSj-tJ
FINE SEA BATHING ANT) MOUNTAIN
A HEALTHFUL SPOT CLOSE TO THE SEA!
P I All Trains to ana from Honolulu I "ka
- I Stop at the Hotel 1 -fc
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
Publici Lands Notice.
On Monday, January 0, at 12 in., at
front ontrnncu of Judiciary Iluildlng,
will bo sold at Public Auction :
Loaxo of lot of Government laud at
I'oulmla, Kwa, containing 'i 47-100 ucroN,
adjoining Govorninent road and lands
occupied by Hawaiian Fruit and Tack
Term 21 yearn.
Upsot rontal 25 por.yoar.
For particulars, plan, etc., apply at
olllco of Public Lands, Honolulu.
J. V. BROWN,
1089-3t Agolit of Public Lands.
Will bo recelvoil at tho olllco of tlio
Jllnlhtor of tho Interior, until 12 o'chx-k
noon of Momlny, Dueoinbor 12th, 1898,
for two (2) Ilollors for Droilger.
hpoelllcatiom ami plan at tho olllco pf
SiijwrlntoiKlont of Public Works.
The Minister doos not 'bind himself tii
nccopt tho lowest or any bid.
JAS. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Dor. 8th, 1803. 1(187.3
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, )
DoroinborSth, 1803. J
Notlco Is horoby glvon that thoro ro
inaliis In tho Hawaiian Treasury, pnya
blo to bearor.tliosiiiii of Tbreo Thousand
Dollars ($.1,000), on ilollvory of Bonds
No. -105 Stock "A," Nos. "Oil, 207 and 303
Stock "K," Nos. 231, 300, 301,302 nnd
31R of Stock "O," Act of August 5th,
1882, Interest on which ceased Novem
ber 27th, 180S.
S. M. DAMON,
HH8-Ut Minlstorof Financo.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying wnter rates, aro hereby noti
fied that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. in. anil
from ! to 0 o'clouk p. m.
II. Holders of wnter privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl abovo Green
street, and la Niiuunu Vulloy above
School street aro hereby untitled that
they will not bo restricted to tlio Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. anil -1 to
8 i). in., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate
whenoverHiilllcleiit water in available,
provided that they tlo not uso tho
water for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evorv twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu "Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
MInlstor of Interior
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1838
OFFICE AUDITOR-GENERAL, -
Honolulu, H. I., DecomborG, 1S0S.J
Notice to Publio
1'iibllo Accountants aro requested to
mako prompt returns to tlio Treasury
of all collections on Govornmcut account
to Docomber 31, 1808, and to-hond In
thoir sworn htatomonts thoroof to tho
Aiulltor-Gonoral's Dopartinont without
Honolulu accountants not later than
January 6th. 1809, nnd those residing
on tlio other Islands not iator than Jan
uary 10, 1800.
When tbo last roinlttanco Is mado on
accounts of 1808 receipts, mlvlso tho
Treasury Department to that oiroct.
11. C. AUSTIN,
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Financo.
Tho Honolulu Blcyclo Company has
removed from -J09 Fort street, to a room
In tho Arlington block, Hotol streot,
wlioro they will bo pleasod to sco old
patrons. Only first-class goods liandlod,
and flrht-class work turnod out by our
A. (1. HITCHCOCK,
108 Mw rroprlotor.