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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEOEMBEll 1G, 1898.
4 Temple of
Wines and Liquors
Fop Christmas and
New Years & & &
Choke HranJsjust receiv ed of Port, Madeira, Sherry. Musc.it, Relsllng,
Gerke .mJ HoJ, put up in assortments to suit.
A Fine Line of American and European Hrandles and Whiskies.
GENUINE PORT AND SHERRY PROM PORTUGAL.
Ale and Stout, and the Celebrated Seattle Rainier Beer
CAMARA & CO.,
ljVSaJi. in Iblt column mil bi murltJ alifttntt
rw a ttntfinl innrtton; to (tntt tttoni inttu
lion, to emit i wk and 50 ttnlt a monlb. Iblt is Ibi
tbt ,( aJvtrtltiHt tvtr efftrtd Iblftcflt cflltmolulu
UC WANT YOU TO HAVE West Dlslnfectlne
vv Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, ani
save sickness California leeJ Co , Agents toty-im
WANTLIJ-TO RENT A HOUSE suitable tor a
family, not less than bedrooms AJdress J,
WANTED A neat Cottage of j to 5 rooms Appl)
' Cottage." this office. io9-iw
and Lngllsh branches by practical re-
porter, uaiirorniasiaienormaianj(.oiieEe graduate
per mo . day or ecnln?.
between 5 and ? at 817 King St.
WANTED-A NURSE to care for CHILDREN on
a trip to 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 Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
uniorn-piaptnoieum wnn great success California
feed Co., Agents.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Dec
10, 1 p in "Wenther clear, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Piinahou, Deo 10.
Temperature. Morning minimum,
03; Midday maximum, TO.
Barometer, 0 a m, 3U.15 fulling.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 In.
Humidity at 0 a in GO percent.
Dow Point 65 degree.
Temperature liable to fall.
Thursday, Deo 15.
Stmr J A Cummins, Bcarlc, from
Friday, Deo 10.
Hw hk Hawaiian Isles, ICustol, from
isewcastle, I a w.
Am bk Snow anil Uurgess, Morton
sen, from Newcastle, N: S W.
Am bk Jlcsper, Bodergren, from
Newcastle forKauului. Anchored oil'
Thursday, Dec 16.
Am bk Yosmlte, Anderson, for the
Friday, Dec 10.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for
Stmr Unolu, Hcnningscn, for Ko-
naia ami Koua.
LITTLE BOY, OR GIRL,
Long's for a Bicycle, and hopes Santa Claus is think
ing of bringing1 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.
WANTED Several SMALL HOYS Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kine and
WANTED joo Men to gel Shaved for 15 cents, at
6ioJ4 fort street, opposite the Club Stables
io)t-tf II JEriS, Proprietor.
I Mrs Manna's
ON MODERN LACE, at
COR SALE- A HoUteln-Jersey Milch COW Apply
I C. Klemme, at The Tlvoll. 10E6-K
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass RELD ORGAN
. Suitable for charel or residence Uertrstrom
Music Co., I ort street
BEST aj cer.t meal In town Try It and be con
vinced Llnd's Lxcelslor Restaurant 1041.
WE RENT the West DISINI ECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, tor a small monthly
irental California I eed Co , Agents
TO LET rurnlshed Rooms, with electric light In a
I I cottage near Thomas Square. Address II L,
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. DTort and Kine Sts.
Columbia and Itamblcr Agents. M
. K.1 'I
ALII E, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses Chtoro-Napthoteum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Pied Co ,
I Agents 1069-tm
I HOUND Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN
I can be had by calling at this office and
cost of advertisement
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
:iS PERFUMES gi
Roger and Gullet,
in all odops
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD
y a voto of tlio stookholdors of tlio
J li.mk of Hawaii, Ltd., a
I Savings Department
I will bo liuuigiinitod Jiiuuary 1st, 1899.
Ordinary ami Term PoposIU will bo ro
cuUed at onoe, and intorost allowed In
1 iicconliuico with rules and conditions as
I printed In I'ass llookt.
Copios of tortus and conditions upon
I whleh deposits will bo rocolvod may ho
I luul on apjlie.ition, or mallod to thoso
Tim HANK OK HAWAII, Ltd.
CIIiVS. M. COOKH, Prosldont.
Honolulu. Doc. 10, 1S9S. 1091
AUA1N Till:, UVMIH.INO CAHKS.
Cxrrr IrO Flnctl 9lt)l. An Aitml fur
ThtTo wnn ngain a lnrge nu'D
Iit of people iu tho Polico Court
thin- forenoon to witness tho pro
ceedings in tlm cnat of L. H. Doo
who plfad not guilty ou the pre
vinus day, of having indulged iu
thrt g'uno of faro at n cortaiu
i pliica ou Hotel street.
A L. C. Atkiuaon appeared for
' tli( prosneution aud, in a few
I words, asked that a nolle proso-
qui w entorou in the case 01 tne
' )i-vini3 dny ngaiuet Dee. This
'. wns (louo by Judgo Wilcox und
Iht'D Mr. Atkinson read the lossor
, cliiirgi against Deo of bping pro
pout at the gnmo of faro during a
, cortaiu time. To this, dofondaut
, ploiid uuilty.
!. Attiirnoy Robertson, for tho do
fmiHo, oxplaiuod that Deo was
crt'tinly guilty of haviug beeu
iir-ajiit at th carao but that ho
ih(1 no intorest whatever in it.
lt'vor-i whs tho proprietor aud con
ductor of tho game. Doo had
b jeu present at times and had
d nit hands for Itivors, during the
temporary absence of tho latter
from the room. The defendant
hml been simply an interested
loo't it ou.
. L O. Atkinson argued that
do oudaut was acquainted with
tho law iu tho promises and ought
to havo known bettor.
Judgo Wilcox thon put some
quostions to Deo. Among these
was oue relating to tlio leaso of
tho pluco where tho game of faro
had been carried on. Defondaut
replied that ho wns part lessee of
Judgo Wilcox hold forth as
follows: "Tho prosecution seoms
to have a tendency to lot you
down oapy Mr. Doo. I am not in
their confidence aud know nothing
of what they are doing. I will
havo to judgo this caso from what
lias been brought betoro mo. 1
think a Quo of $100 will bo about
Attoruoy Robertson immediate
ly noted an appeal for mitiga
tion. Deo's caso finished, Gnrdnor,
tho doorkeopor, appeared on the
charge of taking part in tho gaino
of faro. A nolle prosequi wns
asked fur tho prosecution and
Adjourned Annual Meet
ing. The adjourned Annual Mooting of tho
stockholders of tho Union l-'eod Co., Ltd.
will bo hold at tlio Company's ofllco In
Honolulu on Saturday noxt, tho 17th
Instant, at 10 o'clock a. in.
V. 11. VIDA,
Socrotary Union Koed Co., Ltd,
Goods for Christmas!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Host of Matters at Chambers and Filed
An Ancient Probate Matter James Gay Estate
Ready to Release Mortgages
Mistake Id Advertising.
. ...Chlnoso Silk, Colored Linen, Mat
ting. Camphor Wood Uoxos, Handker
chiefs, Dry Goods In ondless variety.
Sell ehoapur than otliors.
KffOSU HINU U1IUMJ CU.,
109 1 Nuttanu abo o King st.
TYPHOID AT WA1K1KI.
unique designs in
Elegant and Appropriate
presents portiie holidays
si Fort Street.
Engraving a Specialty.
All orders promptly executed, 1093
MmilftfatDtlon (hat ICniiihiiiilzea k Warn
ing of lli'iilth Aut'nt.
Two cases of typhoid fovor at
Waikiki havo been reported. No
doubt tho matter will come before
tho Board of Health this afternoon
for serious consideration. Georgo
Manson, agent of tho Board for
tho district, in Ins olaborate ro
nort of a few weeks ago on hoc-
pona aud cognate nuisauccB thoro,
nttorcd this warning:
"With the germs of typhoid
fever scattered thioughout the
park and the neighborhood of tho
Uilitary Hospital, it is high tiuio
tho district lying botwoou roceivod
special attention, if only from a
Tho typhoid cases In question
arc a disiigreoablo omphasis to
Judge Stanloy hns rondered a
decision requiring A. S. Oleghoru,
adtniuiBtrntor of tho estato of An
tonio Phillips, deceased, to file an
account forthwith. Humphreys &
Gear for John Nicholas Ana and
Autono Nicholas Ann; A. G. M.
Robertson for administrator. This
13 an ancient matter.
Henry Smith, master, has re
ported ou tho third annual account
of the guardianship of the child
ren of Jamos Gay, deceased.
Starting with the balanco of 87 15
from lust onr, tbt guardiau has
closed this year's account with a
balauco in hand of $1726.
Llewellyn and Alico having come
of ago, tho guardian applies for
dischargo as to them. There is a
debit balanco against Alico, accu
mulated the past two yoars on ac
count of illness, amounting to
Cecil Brown, administrator of
estate of Kahalokai, petitions for
leave to soil land of G200 snuaro
foet at Kamakela, Honolulu.
In tho bill to roueom mortgages
of Puaranna vs. Castle aud Kaui,
W. R. CaBtlo by his attornoy, P.
L. Weaver, fileB an nuswer, con
cluding with a statement that ho
ib willing to allow tho redemp
tion of both tho Auwaiolimu and
Kona properties in question on
payment to him of tho moneys
duo there ju. Lepoka Puatnana,
for herself aud as noxt friend of
Josoph Puamana, a minor, by her
attorney, 0. F. Petorson, lilos a
replication to tho answers of defendants.
Kalo Kupau petitions to 'bo
mado administrator of his de
ceased wife's estato valued at $475
in tho form of a debt duo by es
tato of the late A. Rosa.
Judgtf Stanloy has Loebonstbin
vb. Shiprnan on demurror uudor
Accounts in estate of Joseph
beauury, deceased, are deferred
six mouths, on tho request of O.
Brown for petitioner, because tho
notiao of honring appeared four
times semi weekly instead of onco
a week for four weoka.
Judgo Perry has rpsorvod his
ruling on tho motion for indem
nity in tho Waialua stock caso.
Judgo Porry has Paris vs. Fer
nandez on demurror under ud
viftOtuont. Regarding tho petition of 0. W.
Booth, trusto estato Mulio Knhai,
to sell certuiu lands, Judgo Stan
loy has ordered that tho mutter
stand over without proiudico to
potitionor to como iu and ask for
a salo at any fnturo timo when
claims of ownership by occupants
oi ino land aro or may bauReerted,
or when othor good aud sufficient
reasons may bo shown.
Ilojnl Arch Miisniti.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1, Royal
Arch Masons, elected oflicoM lust
night, the result being as follows:
High Priest A. F. Gilfillan.
Kiug-0. B. Wood.
Scribo 0. L. Crabbe.
Troosuror J. K. Wilder.
Secretary J. D. Tucker.
Ami why shouldn't wo bo, if first-clnss
goods iind honest priooS havo anything to do
with sticcoss 1
Wo carry tlio LAKGEST STOCK,
thoroforo tho GltEATEST ASS01tTLENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gouts'
and Children's Shoos and Kubbor Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Lin, at tho LOWEST
P1UOES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Sigx or Tine Bus S11013,
t Eort street.
MORGAN'S AUCTION SALES.
NOW GOING ON
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jy"3g3p From CoiibtantinopleyQ Jjl
Vmmmi Collection. j? & f
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By M. B. Mihran,
A Native of Armenia.
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Morgan's Auction Sales. Morgan's Land Sale.
By order of J. M. Vivas, Kwj., ad
mliilHtrator of the estatu of Jusu do
Freltas, deceasyil, I will uell at Public
Auction, at my ualcsroom, Queen
SATURDAY, Deo. 17, '08,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
I. Lcatiu of premises on ICInau or
Lubo street, between Alapal ami
Miller BtYouts, 'opposite tho rusltlonce
of Mr. Rued, There are two cottages
on tho property, renting at 21 per
mouth. Ground rent to April, 11X11,
$.17 50 jor year; ground rent to April.
1000, $10 per year. Buildings Insured
II. Leaao of premises on Punch
bowl street, above Kin inn street, op
posite School street. There Is 11 build
In formerly used as a .store on this
property; will rent lor about VZ per
month. Ground rout 815 per annum.
Leaso expires Oct. 17th. 1IH)0.
ill. UutHlautlliig accounts amount
ing to $27D.b0.
JAS. If. MORGAN,
1090 5t Auctlonoer.
The Bulletin, 75c per month,
VJilllu -Es -2 Y.
Will add wonderfully to the beauty of your
house. We can furnish you with anything
In this line, from a plain door Grille to a
Turkish Cozy Corner !
Are you fitting up a DEN ? Then
let us help you to make it both Unique and
Our PAKQUCTRV FLOOR DEPART
MENT Is busy with orders and estimates.
EVIDENTLY HONOLULU KNOWS A
Leyvers & Cooke
Tho nmlorslgnod oilers for salo n
Eight of the finest
Residence Sites in th
best residence district
Thoso lots oxtond from tho Govonf
nioiit Hosorvatlou at tho Muklkl Pump
ing Station, along Hastings street and
tho Munoa road, and for tho most part
faco tho grounds of Piinahou Collogo,
bolng a division of tho JuddTr.ut.
Thoso lots contain from 1 to 2 acroa
each, and aro elegantly situated In rofor
oneo to fccenory mid honlthfulness.
Iot 1 Iiiih u frontngo 011 faklkl
streot, contains I J, acros. ,
I)t 2 fronts on Muklkl and.
HasthiL's strootl. and adlolns llio nron-
ertyof-Mr. G. P. Wilder, on which u
bolng oroctod an ologaut losldoueo, Mn-l
tains 1 aero.
Lot 1, on Hastings ttrcot, ail-
Joins tho (1. P. Wlldor proporty, con
tains 1 .11 ucro.
Iit 5 Is nn olognnt lot, and,
fronts 011 Hastings troct und tho Ma no a
roid, contains 1.10 aero.
Lots 0 anil 7 aro on tho Mnnoa
road, and faco tho grounds of I'nimhou
College, contains 1.21 aero and 1,22 aero.
Lots A and 11 aro at the oml of
tho tract, ou the high ground oorlook
lug tho Piinahou grounds, ami com
mand an extended vlow of Munoa Val
ley, Diamond Head, the harbor and city,
ov'or 2 acros ouch.
A MAP OP TIIK PltOPnitTV ian bo
soon at my Buiosroom, 31 Queen ttrcot,
whera nil further noodod Infoi tuition,
can ho obtalnod.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
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