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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 14, 1898.
I PREPARATIONS ftpjof Qalfl at i
1 FOR A UlCdl Ottlu He 1
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 $3 5. We have
three sizes of Juveniles, and can 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.
Yk5''' in tbtt column will be tntttleJ at ifctntt
jr2 a line first insertion; io ccntt second tnteu
tton; fo cents a uetk and $o cents a moult. Ibis it tbt
cbtaptit advertising ecr off ere J tbe people of Honolulu,
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West DWnfecllne
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, an J
save sickness. California PeeJ CoAKents. 1069-im
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and lUmbler Agouti.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
3:g PERFUMES gig:
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odops
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
ANTED A net Cottage of 3 to 5 room Appl,
A-ouaco, mis omce. ,og-iw
EXPERIENCED White Girl wants rlice for cook
ing or housework AiJress L. u toga-it
WANTED-I'UI'ILS IN STENOGRAPHY, book
kMPIng anJ EnglMi branch, bv practical w
Sorter, California State Normal anJ College (rraJuate.
3 per mo , day or evening, Inquire afternoon!
between s anJ 7 at 87 King St. 108 im
WANTED-A NURSE to care for CHILDREN on
a trip to Australia or through to England An
elderly woman preferred Address H, Uulletln office.
A N experienced white COOK WANTS POSITION
" In private lamily. Address "W," Uulletln office,
aio King street. 1080
ANTED-AI.L AMERICAN CITIZENS, whether
llvlnir here rermanentlv or storrlnir here tem
porarily, 10 go to me omce or ut. w. a. nopiur,
corner of King and Llllha streets, and
SIGN A I'LTITION TO CONGRLSS tn prohibit the
further importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Islands. Hours a to $ p m. 1077-tf
THE PUHLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
' lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Napthnleum with great success. California
heeJ 1.0., Agents, 1069-im
WAN1ED-Seeral SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-tf
I ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 1 j cents, at
"V 619H I'ort street, opposite the Club Stables,
oji-tf II. JEFI S, Proprietor.
PR SALE-A I loMeln-Jersey Milch COW Arrly
C. Klemme, at The Tlvoll. ioC6-lf
1 A TWO-MANUALand Pedal HasslEED ORGAN
1 ' Suitable for charel or residence.
Music Co., I ort street
PR SALE-Tlie latest In CRUSHED UELTS
at Mrs. Hanna's ioji-tf
BEST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
E RENT the West DISINI ECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co., Agents. lofcj-im
TO LET Furnished Rooms, with electric light, In a
cottage near Thomas Square, Address II. L.,
A LITE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptlioleum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Teed Co.,
FOUND Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN. Same
can be hai by calling at this office anJ pa)Ing
cost or aaverusemim,
NEW TO-DAY. .
100 TONS HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED.
Read the List.
2-4, 3-4, 1-4 Wlro and Mo-w Miittres'.os,
Pillows, Dining Kxtonsion Tables,
Read the List.
Itollor Top ami Plat Dosks,
Meat Safes, Kitchon Tnblos,
Camp Stools, Stoamor Clrnlrs,
Army Cots, Clrnlrs and ltockors,
DolUlst and Harbor Chairs, Mirrors, otc
LOWEST OASH TRIPES BUY THEM.
S. -W. LEDERER,
Tito Annual Mooting of the stock
holders of tho Union Food Co., Ltd.,
will bo bold at tlio Company's ofllco In
Honolulu on Saturday noxt, tho 17th
Instant, at 10 o'clock n. in.
1. 11. VIDA,
Scerotary Union Food Co., Ltd.
Lodge Le Progra de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. A A. S. KITE.
P. O. Ilox 535 Tulophono 478.
Cornor Nuimnii and King stroots.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are lu'rebynotl
He'd that tho hours for Irrigation pur
poses nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to (i o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
Btreet, and in Nuuunu Valley above
School street are hereby notllled that
they will not be restricted to tlie irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 u. in. and 4 to
H p. in., nut will bo allowed to irrigate
wheiioversulllclent water Isuvalluiile,
provided that they do not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu "Water Works,
Approved1 J. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, lb93
Notice to Importers of
In pursuance of tho authority estod
In 1110 by Section 10, Chapter 34, of tbo
Sosslon Laws of 1882, notleo Is boroby
gl on tb.it from and nftor tills dato all
Nont Cattlo Imported into tho Hawaiian
Islands shall bo sifbioctod to tbo tost for
tuberculosis by and unilor tho super
vision of tho Hoard of Inspectors of
Animals at tho port of arrival, and duly
eortifiod as bolng froo from such disoaso
beforo boing permitted to go at largo.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OflU-o, Doc. 13, 1808.
Thoro will bo a spoclal meeting of
Lodgu Lo l'rogros No. 124, A. and A. S.
Hito, at Its hall, Masnulu To tuple,
THIS (WKDNKSDAY) KVKNINO
Decotubor 14, at 7:30 o'clock.
WOItK IN SKCOND DIXIKEK.
Mombors of Hawaiian Lodgo, l'uclflc
LodL'0 anil all visiting brethren nro cor
dially invited to be present.
Uy oidcr of tho It. W.M.
100J II. O. CIlAlIliK, Secretary .
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
In the Glrcoit Conrt of the First Judici
al Circuit, Republic of Hawaii.
Theo. H. D.ivles and
The Steamship "City Libel
of Columbia," her on
encines, boilers, ma- Bottomry Bond
apparel and furniture.
SERVICE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICA
TION. Pursuant to an order Issuing out of the
Circuit Court aforesaid, In the above enti
tled cause, a copy of which order Is here
under written, notice Is hereby given to all
persons Interested In the matters and things
contained In said order to appear and show
cause why the prayer of the libel referred
to In said order should net be granted, at
the Judiciary building (Alllolanl Hale) In
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, Republic of Ha
waii, on SATURDAY, the 17th day of
December, A. D. 1808, at 10 o'clock a. m.
H. R. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal of the Republic of Hawaii.
Dated: Honolulu, December 14, 1898.
In the Circuit Court or the First Judici
al Circuit, Rapubllc ol Hawaii.
Theo. H. D.ivles and 1
The Steamship "City Libel
01 uoiumnia," Her t on
encines, boilers, ma- I Bottomry Bond.
apparel and fund-
The Republic of Hawaii to the Alarshal of
the Hawaiian Islands, or his Deputy
Whereas It appears from the libel and
complaint of Theo. H. D.ivles and Com
pany Limited, filed In the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, Republic of Hawaii,
sitting in Admiralty against the steam
ship "City of Columbia," now at the
nort of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, said
Republic, whereof one W. S. Mllnor is, or
was lately master, her boilers, engines,
machinery, boats, tackle, apparel, furniture,
etc. In a cause of bottomry civil and marl-'
time, that said Theo. H. Davlesand Com
pany Limited have a claim against said
steamship upon a bottomry bond given to
secure the sum of S5.686.76 which Is due
and owing to said Theo. H. D.ivles and
Company Limited; and
Whereas, the Honorable A. Perry, First
Judge of the Circuit Court aforesaid, lias
authorized process of attachment to Issue
as prayed for in said libel and complaint of
Now, Therefore, You are commanded to
attach said Steamship "City of Columbia,"
her boilers, engines, machinery, boats,
tackle, apparel and furniture, forthwith
and to detain the same In your custody
until the further order of this Court res
pecting the same as provided by law, and
you are further ordered to monlsh and cite
peremptorily and personally the said
Walter S. Mllnor, master of said steam
ship, and all persons Intervening or claim
ing any Interest therein to be and appear
before the Honorable A. Perry, First Judge
of the Circuit Court aforesaid, sitting Tn
Admiralty, at Chambers at the Judiciary
Building (Alllolanl Hale) In Honolulu
aforesaid, on Saturday, the 17th day of
December, A. D. 1S9S, at 10 o'clock a. m.
to show cause, if any they have, why the
praver of said libel should not be cranteJ
and have there this writ with your doings
Further. It is ordered that vou elve no'
tice of these proceedings and of the time
and place ot Hearing as atoresald by publi'
cation until the return day herein by pub'
llslilng dally in some dally newspaper pub
lished In Honolulu, notice to all parties In-
terested herein to appear and show cause
why the prayer of the libel herein should
not be granted.
Witness the Honorable A. Perrv. First
Judge of the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, Republic of Hawaii, this
Mill day ot December, A. U. 1808.
By the Court:
(Sg) GEORGE LUCAS,
Clerk Circuit Court, First Circuit, Repub
lic of Hawaii. 1092-3
I bog to notify my customers and tho
public gonornlly tliat I li.ivo transferred
myjmsinoss to tho Metropolitan Meat
Company, owing to HI health, and that
all bills owing by 1110 will bo paid by
tho said 'Metropolitan Moat Comiuny,
and "ah bills duo mo will bo collectod by
Thanking tho public for past favors,
J0S8-1W City Moat Murkot.
Cunlltt mill ltol,ert Ijfiweri.
Tho barkentino S. N. Castlo
did not got away yesterday nftor
noon as it was expoctcd bIio would
do. Her work was not completed.
Sbo flailed this morning at about
Tbo llobort Lowors will sail for
San Francisco early this afternoon.
The raco will hardly bo botwoon
tho Caatlo and S. G. Wildor as tho
latter has nearly two days start,
but rather between tho (Jostle and
Tho schooner Lady arrived back
from Koolau yesterday.
Tho time of sailing of tho
sehoonor Kauikeaouli has not
been decided on yet.
Tho Mikahala should bo in from
Kauai jiorts. It is not likely that
tho Waialealo will bo in as tho
weathor at Kapna is undoubtedly
A coal tub on tho O F Sargont
fell from aloft whilo tho ship was
discharging tho romaindor of her
coal this morning. Nobody was
hurt. Tho O F Bargont has boguu
to tttko on ballast, preparatory to
Tho four-masted British bark
Dominion, Thos Jonos mastor, ar
rived in port at about 3:15 o'clock
yoaterday afternoon, 125 days
from littltuuoro, with a cargo of
8900 tons of coal consignod to tho
American CoubuI. Tho Domini
on is now anchored in tho stream.
Thoro has been considerable dis
cussion along tbo water front tis
to whether alio is a ship or a bark.
Tho opinion of tho people who
know and who base their judgment
on tho Yessol's rigging, say eho is
And why shouldn't wo bo, if first-class
goods and honost prices have anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LARGEST STOCK,
thercforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gouts'
and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our custoniors can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
SlON OF TIIIJ BlO SlIOK,
Jt Eort street.
MORGAN'S AUCTION SALES.
Thursday, Dec. 15XA.
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By M. B. Mihran,
A Native of Armenia.
vpy i unvionj
JjjJW rnongmgs, etc.
Morgan's Auction Sales,
My ovonliiR auction salQs of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS will bo hold at
my Halosroom, Quooli htrcot, commenc
ing Saturday Evening, Dec. 17th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Otlior miles will bo hold on tho ovonlngs
of TUI3SDAY, l0tli, and THURSDAY,
In the Circuit Court, First Circuit, of
the Hawaiian Islands.
In the Matter of the Estate of P. H.
The last will and Testament of said de
ceased, having been presented to said
Court, together with a petition for the
Probate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to S. M. KaauUai
having been filed: Notice is hereby given
that Monday, J.muary iOth, A. D. 1809,
at io o'clock, a. m., in the Judiciary Build
ing, Honolulu, Is appointed the time and
place for proving s.ild Will and hearing
said application, when and where any
person Interested mav nnnear and show
cause If any they have why the prayer of
&.iiu petition snouiu noi pe granted.
nonoiuiu, uec. 13th, 1698.
By the Court.
.. . Clerk.
Humphreys & Gear, Attys.for Petitioner,
Throo flno KUSIDKNCi: LOTS lnono
of tho ehoicoht rosldoneo locallUoH of
Honolulu. Slo of lots CG'4 x 178 foot.
Those lots nro improved uml nlcoly laid
out with fruit uml oruumontal treos. -For
furthor Information apply to
gi:ah, lansino & co.,
1002-tf 210 King stroot.
By order of J. M. Vivas, Esq., ad
ministrator of tho estato of Josu do
Froltas, (loccauod, I will sell at I'ublio
Auction, nt my salesroom, Quoun
SATURDAY, Doc. 17, '9S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
I. Lonso of promises on Kliuut or
Luso street, between Alapal and
Miller streets, opposite tho rcslilenco
of Mr. lleeil. Thoro nro two cottuircs
on tho property, renting nt $21 per
mniun. Li round rent to April, 1UU1,
$17.50 per year; ground rent to April,
1900, $10 per year. Uulldlngs Insured
II. Leaso of ircmlses on Punch
bowl street, abovo Emma street, op
posite School street. There Is n build
ing formerly used as a store on this
property; will rent for about ?12 por
mouin. urounu rent. 910 per annum
Lease expires Oct. 17th, 1000.
III. Outstnudlinruccoiints amount
ing to ?270.b0.
J AS. 3?. MORGAN,
Wordi Loft Out.
"In tho payment of thd Jnpanoeo
olaima by tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, (at the request of tho United
States Qovornmont,) thoro was not
a repudiation of anything dono by
tho forraor." Tho words, in paren
theses wore accidentally omitted
from tho report of Mr.Robortson's
spoeon on tho habeas corpuB mat
Morgan's Land Sale,
The undorslgnod offers for salo at
Eight of the finest
......Residence Sites in the
best resilience district -
Tlioso lots oxlond 7rom tho Govorn
inont Kosorvatlon at tho Mnklkl Pump
ing Station, along Hustings street uml
tho Mniloa road, and for tho most part
fnco tho grounds of Punahou Collogo,
bolng a division of tho Judd Tract.
Tlioso lots contain from 1 to 2 acres
oach, and aro elegantly sltuatod In rofer
onco to Rconory nml lioalthfulno.ss.
Lot 1 has a frontage on Mnklkl
stroot, contains V4 acios.
Lot 2 fronts on Maklkl anil
Hastings htroota, and adjoins tho prop
erty of Mr. Q. P. Wildor, on which Is
bolng oroctod an oiogaut rosldonco, con -tains
Lot 4, on Hastings stroot, ad
Joins tho a. P. Wildor proporty, con
tains 1.31 acre.
Lot 5 Is an ologant lot, and
fronts on Hustings stroot and tho Mauoa
ro.id, contains 1,10 aero.
Lots (1 and 7 nro on tho Mauoa
road, and face tho grounds of Punnhou
Collogo, contains 1.2 1 aero and 1.22 aero.
Lots A nml U aro nt tho ond of
tho tract, on tho high ground overlook
ing tho Punahou grounds, and com
mand an oxtonded view of Mnnoa Vnl
loy, Diamond Head, tho harlxr and city,
ovor 2 acros oach.
A MAP OK THE PKOPKUTV can bo
soon nt my salesroom, :i:i Q110011 stroot,
whero all furthor uoodod information
can bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Nigel Jackeon, bioyclo patrol.
man was given a speoial detail
this morning. This was to kill
an emaciated dog.