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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 15, 1898.
Wines and Liquors
Fop Christmas and
New Years fe fe fe
Clmiv.e LlranJjut received of Port, Madeira, Sherry, Muscat, ReisliiiR,
Gerke and Hock, put up in assortments to suit.
A Fine Line of American and European Brandies and Whiskies.
GENUINE POUT AND SHERRY FROM PORTUGAL.
Ale and Siout, and the Celebrated Seattle Rainier Beer
CAMARA & CO.,
3 """ Sh
vfj, in tHt column will be inurttJ att$ ccnli
J25 attntftnt intttthn to ctntt ttconJinnr.
tton; )a ttntt a week anj ? ctntt a month. 7 bit it tbe
cbtJft$t aJxttttsing etr offtrcJ tbefcpftt of Honolulu.
LITTLE BOY, OR GIRL,
Longs for a Bicycle, and hopes Santa Claus is think
ing of bringing one this Xnias. 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.
WE WANT YOU TO IIAVL J VM Disinfecting
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, nJ
Jive slckncsi. California I'eeJ Co.,At;ent. tcoQ-im
COM SALE-UOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
I Mrs Manna's.
VOn SALE-A lloMeln-Jersey Milch COW. Arply
T C, Klemme, at The Tlvoll. 1086-tl
A TWOMANOALanJ Pedal Pass IcEEDOROAN
V Suitable for chapel or residence. UerRvtrom
Music Co., Tort street. 1067
REST 15 cent meal In town.
Trv It ani be con-
LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
ANTED A neat Cottage of 1 to 5 rooms. Appl)
tottase. tins omce. 109JMW ,
WANTED PUPILS IN STENOGRAPHY, bouk
keerlnir and EntrIKh branches bv rracttcal re
porter, California State Normal anj College graduate,
$i per mo.; day or evening.
fetween 5 ana ? ai gar rving si.
J7ANTED A NURSE to care for CHILDREN on
W a irp 10 Australia or through to England. An
elderly woman preferred. Address II, Bulletin office.
THE PUI1LIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Aslum. and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naplholeum with great success. California
Eted Co., Agents. lotu-im
WANTED-Several SMALL DOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
ANTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15 cents, at
W 615M Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
II. JEFFS, Proprietor.
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING .MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
I rental, California Peed Co., Agents. io6o-tm
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and EZinc: Sts.
Columbia ami lUunblor Agonts.
TO LET Furnished Rooms, with electric light. In a
I cottage near Thomas Square. Address H. L.,
ALirE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses, Chlnro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
t Agents, icty-im
FOUND Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN. Same
. can be had by calling at this oftice and paying
' cost of advertisement. 10S0
CHIEF JUSTICE JUDD DECIDES.
Continued from Pago 1.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
: PERFUMES gTS
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
ANOTinm niAitm: adi:i.
rollci', Court I'll lo. I In llmr Unmlillnir
Tho Police Court was well filled
thie morning with people anxious
tn hear tbo proceedings in tho enso
of Doc, Rivers, Buchanan anil
Unrdnor, charged with conducting
a lottory game. lu the front row
of scats woro a numbor of young
iuoii called in as witnesses, thoy
having hcon pointed out to the po
lice as frequenters of tho place in
which tho four men mentioued
ahovo wore found.
Doo, Rivera and Buchanan woro
first callod hofore Judge Wilcox.
The charge, mad o 'the previous day
aud montioniug "lottory" was road
by tho clerk. A. L. 0. Atkinson
thou asked leavo on tho part of
the prosecution to araond tho
chargo.in part, as follows: "Opon,
cause to open, carry ou, deal, play
aud conduct a certain Rambling
game to wit, roulette, at which
something bt value is lost or won."
Iiivors and Buchanan plead guilty
and Deo, not guilty. The prose
cution naked that a nolle prosequi
Im entered in the caeo of Doo.
This was granted and Mr. Doo
stinted out. lie had not gotten
very far before he was callod back
to stand again with Iiivors and
Buchanan. In tho meautimo tho
following dialoguoliad taken placo
between Mr. Bobortson and Judge
Mr. Bobortson "Your honor, I
uud rstand that tho prosecution
has another choreo up its sleevo.
I wish thoy would raBko it beforo
your honor sontoncos these do
fondants on tho supposition that
tlioro is bu' one ouargo."
Judgo Wilcox Mr. Attorney
General will please proceed to
ompty his slouves.
Mr. Atkinson thon rend tho
chargo, which mentioned faro.
Again Mr. Deo pload not guilty
and his case was continued until
tomorrow. The other two defen
dants pload guilty.
Mr. Bobertson mado u plea for
mitigation of sontonco in tho enso
of Bivers. Ho was on his way to
Manila and had only stopped off
here for a short timo. No warning
had been given him by tho police
Buahannn was au omployo of tho
promises, working for Bivors.
Judco Wilcox finod Bivors SI 50
on tho first charge aud $100 on the
eecoud. Buchanan wis fiued $100
in thcJ first enso and $70 in the
Tho case of Gardner, charged
with gambling was put over until
Mr. Magoon argued tho claim
that tho respondents woro ontitled
to immediate- discharge, nppoal or
Tho Attorney General argued
that an appeal waB not agaiust
Tho Chiof Justice denied an
appeal and ordored tho potitionors
Tho Attorney Gonornl noted ex
ceptions, which woro over-ruled
by the Chief Justice.
The nino Chinese walked out in
tho freo air of tho United States.
City of Coluntlilu People.
The mon of tho City of Colum
bia are adrift, tho ship having,
at tho order of tho Court, boon
placpd in tho hands of tho polico.
it was sought to have tho men re
main aboard but Deputy Marshal
Hitchcock folt disinclined to lot
this bo so and still bo rosponsiblo
for tho ship.
Attornoy Kinney will today pe
tition tho Court to tho ofToct that
provision at certain boarding
houses bo mado for tho mon, tbo
pay for this accommodation to bo
tho first to corao out of tho monoy
that is expected ax a rosult of tho
libel now on tho ship.
Gale In OUiu Channel,
Island sailing vessels that ar
rived this morning from Maui
and Hawaii ports, toll of n wind
in tho Oahu channel that was a
perfect galo. This began to blow
last night. Tho Mokuloln passed
Molokai point at about G o'olook.
Captain TownBend says ho was
glad when ho got around Diamond
Head. Tho thirty miles was made
in two hours and -1G minutes.
The JIMolo la In.
Tho fishing schooner Malolo re
turned from Kona aud Kohala
yesterday aftoruoon at about 5
o clock. Ono fishing station has
already beou established and
manned. Anothor will follow
suit on tho next trip. Tho Malolo
will Btart out tomorrow and, it is
expoctod bIio will bring baok n
load of fish when sho returns.
lor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec
115, 1 i in Weather clear, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Deo 15.
Temperature Morning minimum,
07: Mlildav maximum. TO.
Itarometur, 0 n in, 30.20 steady.
Kiunrnii, no, U.J7 in.
Humidity at 0 a in CO percent.
Iltalm; barometer of yesterday has
been followed by fresh trades well to
Wednesday, Dec II.
Stmr Waloleale, Green, from Hana
miuilti. Htnir Upolu, Hcimingscti, from Ha
waii. Thuwday, Dec 15.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, from
Wednesday, Doj 14.
Isr bk Carrlzal. Peterson, for the
Thursday, Dec 15.
Stmr Noeau, Pedersen, for Hono
lulu mid Kukullmcle.
Stmr Wiilntenlc, Green, for llana
mitttlu at 4 ) in.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORHOW.
Ktin r (ri)olii, HeiinlugHuii, for Ko
hala and Komi.
A bark supposed to bo tho Ha
waiian Isles olT tho port.
Tho Upolu brought 2oU bags of
tho finest Kona coffee for T H
Davies &, Co.
Tho Waialoale and tho Mikahala
aro both discharging their sugar
into tho Albert in tho stream.
Tho Transit iB discharging her
live stock at Brewer's wharf. In
cluded iu this aro U22 hoes for
Tho Dominion has hauled in
alongside tho Oceanic wharf whoro
hor rigging is being repaired and
preparations aro being mado for
Paul Moldonhawer, recently of
tho Inter-Island Co, has accepted
tho position of mat3 on tho Upolu.
That steamer will Bail for her
usual ports tomorrow morning.
Tho Noeau ronorts as follows on
Hamakun and lau shipping mat
ters: Sugar left at Kau, 0500 H
A Co and Dimond II, 2200. At
Hnmakua, hoavy northerly swoll.
I' a iu will Btart grinding on tho
The Waialealo caino in from
Hanamaulu Inst ovening. Tho
purser reports as follows: Bainv
weathor on Kauai. Stoamor W G
Hall at Makawoli, stenmor Koau
hou at Hanamaulu and steamor
Kilolmna nt Kilauea.
Beport of Mikahala from Kauai:
Weathor changeable and unset
tled. In Waimea, wiud from
southwest, strong. In Hanama
ulu strong northenst with froquont
rain squalls. Sugar left ns fol
lows: Diamond W, 1000 bags; K
S M, 500; V K, GOO; H M, 3000; L
P.-15U0; MS Co, 300; K S Co,
0000. Total of 15,900 bags.
From Hanamaulu, por etmr Mi
kahala, Deo 15 A Cropp, J T
McGrow, Mrs O B Cooper, O von
Hamm and 10 ou deck.
From Hanamaulu, por stmr Mi
kahala, Dec 155030 bx sugar,
200 bx rico and 5G bdls hides.
B ....T r
And why shouldn't wo ho, if iirst-class
goods and honest prices have anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LAltGEST STOCK,
thcroforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Ituhhor Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Siox or tiik 13io Siiok,
Xt Fort street.
MORGAN'S AUCTION SALES.
Thursday, Dec. 15A
and a Uare Fine
By M. B. Mihpan,
A Native of Armenia.
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Morgan's Auction Sales, Morgan's Land Sale,
arnilvo Hullor OverliOunl.
Early Wednesday morning
whilo the steamer W. Q. Hall was
approaching Nawiliwili, a nativo
sailor fell overboard. It sootns
that ho was in tho act of throwing
a bucket of ashes overboard whon
tho ship lurched in tho direction
ho was throwing. Tho man lost
his balanco and wont overboard.
Tho alarm was sounded, tho en
gines reversed and tho searchlight
turned on. lno man was kopt in
sight nil tho whilo and iu twenty
minutes, not two hours, n boat
had beon lowered and tho man so-
cured. Ho was not in the least
exhausted as stated elsewhere.
Had it boon nocessary, ho would
uavo swam to land, rsiuivos aro
not easily ovorcomo in tho water,
especially whon tho Boa is smooth.
D. G. Camarinos has rocoived
ontho etoamer Australia a big in
voico of delicacies, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozon Oysters (tin and
sholl), Apples, Qrapos, Figs, Lo
mons, Puro Olivo Oil, Dry
Fruit, oto., otc.
lly order of J. M. Vivas, Kwi., ad
ministrator of tho estate of Jose tie
FreltiiH, (lcceatuil, I will noil at Public
Auction, at my (salesroom, Quueu
SATURDAY, Dec. 17, '08,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
I. Loiihu of premises on Klnau or
I.uso street, between Alupal anil
Miller Ntreets, opposite tho resilience
of Mr. Heed. There uro two cottages
on tho property, renting at $21 per
mouth. Ground rent to April, 11M11,
$17.50 por year; ground rent to April,
1000, $10 per year. Buildings insured
II. Leuso of premise on runch
liowl street, above Eminii wtreet, op
posite School street. There is a build
ing formerly used as a store ou tills
property; will rent for about $12 por
mouth. Ground rent $15 per annum.
Lease expires Oct. 17th. 1000.
IIT. Outstanding accounts amount
ing to 270.bO.
IlPirulur Monthly Meoilnir.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Board of Directors of tho
Myrtle Boat club was held last
ovoning at tlfo boat house. Tho
regular routino business was dealt
with. E. Kopko was oloctod an
activo member in tho olub.
Thero will bo a moeting of tho
Y. M. O. A. orchestra at tho usual
place this ovoning. Every mom
bor is requested to be present.
The Greonwioh Insurance Co.,
through their agouts, Gear Lans
ing & Co., have distributed horo,
neat tablot calendars for 1899.
Tiiroo Alio RKSIDENOK LOTS In ono
of tho cholcost rosldoneo localities of
Honolulu. Size of lots Od'A x 178 foot
Those lots aro improved and nicoly laid
out with fruit and ornamental troos.
l"or further information apply to
GKAlt, LANSING ,fc CO.,
1002-tf 210 ICIng stroot.
UNIQUE DHSIGNS IN
Elegant and Appropriate
Presents for the Holidays
it Port Street.
Engraving a Specialty.
Allorders promptly executed. 1093
Tho annual nicotine; of tho stockhold
er of tho Hawaiian Sugar Company
will bo hold Thursday, Decombor il2nd,
at 10:30 o'clock 11. in., at tno olllco or W,
G. Irwin ,t Co., Ltd.
Y. l. noiTKn,
Tlie unclorslgnoil olTors for hide at
Eight of the finest
Residence Sites, in the
best residence district
TIioho lots oxtond from tho Oovorn
niont Hosorvatlou at tho Maklkl 1'uiup
ing Station, along Hastings (street aud
tho Mauoa road, and for tho most part
faco tho grounds of INinahou College,
bolng u division of tho Judd Tract.
Tlioso lots contain from 1 to 2 acros
oach, and aro elegantly Rltuatod lu rofor
onco to soonory and hoalthfulnoM).
Lot 1 lias a Iroutago on Jiak'All
stroot, conUilns i ncios. i
Iot 1! fronts 011 Maklkl aujl
Iluutlngs btruets, and adjoins tho prop
erty of Mr. G. 1. Wlldor, ou which Is
bolng o roc tod an ologant roshUnco, cou
tulus 1 iicio.
Lot !, on Hubtlngs street, ad-
Joluntlio G. V, Vlldor proporty, cou-
........ Ivory "Ware
. . .r. . .Jjncquor Wnvo
'. ;... Silver AVuro
WING WOVI & 00.
211 Nuunuu stroot
(ulus l.ni aero.
is an ologant lot, and
fronts nn Hafetlng) htroet and tho Mauoa
road, contains 1,10 aero.
Lots 0 and 7 aro on tho Manoa
road, and fuco tlio grounds of Punahou .
Coliogo, contains 1.21 aero and 1.22 aero. -
Lots A and 11 aro at tho end of
tho tract, on tho high ground overlook
ing tho Punahou grounds, and com
mand on oxtondod yIov of Mano.i Val
loy, Diamond Head, the harbor and city,
ovor 2 acros oneli.
A MAP OF TIIK PHOPKUTY can bo
soon at my salesroom, .1.1 Quoou ctQjet,
whero all furthor noodod Information
can bo obtalnod. ' t
JAS. F. MORGANS
The choir of tho Catholic Cathe
dral will bo augmented for Christ
mas servicoa by a band of instrumentalists.
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