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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEOEMBEll 27, 1898.
THE SUPERIOR OF ANY TALKING MACHINE IN THE WORLD !
OR ANY OTHER TIME.
Because It Is Instructive, entertalnlnc and amuslnj;. Will last a life-time, and
should anything cet out of order we can rep.iir It. We have In stock EAGLE and
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES, Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing Tubes, Brass
Horns, hundreds of records, comprising Band and Orchestra Selections, Piccolo, Zither.
Comet, Clarinet Solos, Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Vocal Solos, all the newest and
up-to-date selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
OPEN EVENINGS I
OCEANIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
M. At. KOIIN, Mnnn&cr. to,j 112 HOTEL. STREET.
Wife and Daughter
u !u -sS!i -i3!
Atay enjoy riding as much as you do. Why not
attend to their wheel wants? We have
LADIES' WHEELS at $40, $4t, $S0 and $60, and
all we will say about them is that they are COLUM
BIAS and RAAtBLERS you know the rest. Boys
and girls from 4 to 1 we can provide for at the same
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia unit Knmblur Agents.
IS IT GOOD
To luo so much DIRT i.i the
iNHisi- Carpets cannot be healthy
because they harbor dust and dirt.
Because it is always clean and offers
no resting place for dust or dirt.
You will be surprised to find how
beautiful you can make your home
with one of these durable INLAID
BBTDESIGNS AND ESTIMATES
for the asking, at
Lowers & Cooke's,
Window shades grilles
Wall paper aut Glass
vitreous and enaml-led tiles
Your Roof and
Should be put in thorough repair
before you are ' washed out during
the heavy rains.
1 stand ready to do any necessary
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
VtrZjdJ in tbtt column unit be tnserleJ atlfeentl
yZ a hntfirtl tntettion; to eentl uconJ inter.
Iton; jo etnti a week and to eentt a month. Ibit it Ibt
cbeafieit aJvertiiinf ever offered Ibe people of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO IIAVH a West Disincline
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness, California Feed Co., Agents, loty-im
PASS-HOOK LOST.-Pss Dook 0117, In (avor
of Wm. CrawtorJ, has been lost. Under will
receive suitable reward by leaving; ume at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noi-Jt
1 OST-A small DAY MARC with white facet bears
- the mark "W. R." Reward will bo offered If
returned to City Peed Store. io9-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chloro-Naptholeumkllls
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co..
FURNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
Square, with electric lights, Address O. K
UANTED-PUPILS IN STENOGRAPHY, book
" keeping and English branches by practical re
porter, California Mate Normal and college graduate,
$j per mo., day or evening. Inquire afternoons
Between s ana 7 at 87 Mng si, iooj im
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, me our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. 1069.1m
UANTED Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
- Honolulu messenger aerv
Service, corner King and
WANTED Men to get shaved for 15 cents, at
' tiM Fort sued, opposite the Club Stables.
loji-tf H.JEIFS. Proprietor.
SALE Second-hand BICYCLE. In eeod con
dition cheap. AdJress"D." this office. io07-iw
COR SALE-BOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
I Mrs Hanna's.
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bercstrom
Music Co., Fort street, 1067
EST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd s Lxcelslor Restaurant. 1041.
POUND-Slgma Chi College Tratcrnlty PIN. Same
I can be had by calling at this office and palng
cost of advertisement, 1080
l IE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
V arij keep them In wder, for a small monthly
rental, California leeJ Co., Agents, lodg-im
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
hOI,I)Ii;US AMI HAII.OHS.
75-79 KIXG ST.
Ttiloplioiio No. 31.
John Keoni was aeutoncod to a
year iu the llefortu school, on the
charge of larcony iu the second
Tho Miowora arrived from Van
couver and Victoria in port at
about C p iu. Sunday and sailed
agniu for tho Colonies at G n m
By conaout of nartios, tho tri
angular contest over Quoen Emma
Instate has cono over in tho ou
promo Court until tho return of
Justic9 IVenr from "Washington.
Iu tho Police Court this fore
noon woro oighteon cases of com
mon nuisance, representing a clean
sweep of tho fire-crackor fiends
who set off their crackers on tho
Tho resignations of Mr. "Wan
soy, who had most satisfactorily
tilled tho placo of Curator, and
that of Hon. Olias. JX. Bishop
from 'ho trustoeship, aro mention
ed, also the appointment of Hon.
S. M. Damon as trustoo by tho
Deputy Marshal Ohillincworth
caught a che fa bank in full blast
this morning. Tho place is known
as Ah Fat's bank. Ah Fat was at
ono time a detectivo on tho police
force. II 0 was not ono of tho men
arrested, but his father, the holdor
of tho winning word, was.
Benjamin Zablan, clerk in tho
Police Court, will bo unablo to at
tend to his duties for at loast a
fortnight. On Christmas day ho
was playing with his pet monkoy,
when tho thing turned and bit
him in tho right thumb, tho tooth
Biukmg cloar to tho bone.
HAWAIIAN CONCKKT TOXIGIIT.
CALL. AND KXAMINH
T .Tra.WrTi TINT rJ-
o Jordan's store 0,, Queen street. An ,f the Hawaiian Choral Club in
(JtirHson of llrtfulnr Army nml Navy
Union for Honolulu.
Anothor fraternal society has
been launched in Honolulu. En
sign Worth Bagloy Garrison No.
163, Regular Army nnd Navy
Union of the Uuited States of
America, was instituted on Friday
evoning, and tho following officers
iustalled by National Deputy "Wm.
Mackay, oscorted and nsjistotl by
Sr. Past Commandor J. F. Pear
son, anu JNauoual UUicer ot tuo
Day Goo. Gregory.
Commander M. H. Sandors.
Senior Vice Commander P. F.
Junior Vico Commander E. A.
Adjutant J. E. Sheahan.
Paymaster Chus. Lind.
Qnorterma6tor L. A. S. Gard
Chaplain Archio Tumor.
Officer of tho Day Thos. Dunn.
Officer of tho Guard John
Ool. Do la Vorgne, of Goo. W.
Di Long Post, G. A. It., was an
honored guest of the now garrison.
Prospects aro bright for a nourish
ing organization. Tho Union is
not exactly a bonoticial association,
but its constitution contemplates
mutual aid iu distress, tho burial
of dead mombors, etc. Thoao
eligible for momborship aro men
serving in tho army and navy, or
holding honorable discharges from
either sorvico. A traveling mom
bur is assured of a welcome by
brothers of ths Union whorover a
garrison ib establishod.
Diamond Ilcntl Signal Station, Dee
27, 1 p 111 "Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Deo 27.
Temperature Morning minimum,
01) Midday maximum, 78.
Barometer, Oam, 30.10 unsteady.
Rainfall, tin, 0.00 In.
Humidity at 0 a in 50 porcont.
Sunday, Deo 23.
Br stmr Mlowera, Hemming, 7
days from Victoria.
Hmr Iwa, George, from Mnkcnn.
Stmr James Makec, Tullctt, from
Iwalnnl, Gregory, from Wnlmcn.
Tuesday, Deo 27.
Am bktncSknglt, Ilobcrtson, from
It Cruiser Etna, Giovanni Glorello,
from San Francisco.
Tuesday, Dec 27.
Stmr Keauhoti, Thompson, for Ka
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and
Stmr Wnlalcnle, Green, forKilauca
at 4 p m.
StiurMlkahaln, Thompson, for Ma
kuwell, Witlmea and Kokalia at G
Stmr W G Ifall. Hnuliiiid. for Elo-
ele, Hnnuncnu, Xnwlllwill, antlKolou
at 5 p m.
Stmr jnnies .uukcc, xuiicii, ior
Kapiia at 4 m.
Stnir ciiuuiinc, uatneron, ior iiaui
port, ut 5 j m.
Stmr I.uluia. Bennett, for Molokul
anil Laiml at 5 p m.
VESSELS LEAVlKa TOMOIIROW.
Stmr Hclene, Mactlonaltl, for usual
Hawaii ports at 4 p in.
Max Olroy has returned to his
post as purser of tho W G Hall.
John Grubo, who has been substi
tuting for him, will go bnck to the
Mikahala. Purser Piltz will go
to the Iwalani.
Throo desorters from the Ben
nington woro captured yesterday.
Thoy did not mean to desert but
simply got into such n stato that
they wero poworloss to choose.
They woro returned aboard ship
For Maui aud Hawaii ports, por
Btmr Kinau. Dec 27 H T Marsh,
Dr Poxsonsky, Chas Notloy, Goo
Ross, A Hoas F V Thrum, F U
Haysoldon, T L Boll, J Wight Jr,
wife aud child, A ltichley, E H
Lucas, Bishop Willis, Miss Horn
er, Miss lMinniug, ueo Kodick,
Snmuol Pock and Uolon llobort
son. TAHIIFF TO 111: ISXTISNUHD.
BUT BUY YOUR
If you haven't seen our full line, which we have just received,
you are missing a lot of good things.
LATEST STYLES, too; and the quality Is superior, and the
prices are very low for such qualities and styles.
GENTS' TAN SEAL SKIN, TOILET.
GENTS' BLACK AND KUSSET ROMEOS.
GENTS' BLACK SEAL-SKIN, TOILET.
GENTS' BOX CALF, TOILET.
GENTS' GLAZED KID, TOILET.
GENTS' RUSSET CALF, TOILET.
Call at once, before the assortment Is broken.'
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign or the Big Shoe,
MORGAN'S AUCTION SALES.
BEFORE FOKIHSTO !
Gand After Christmas Sale
AT AUCTION !
And positively the Last Chancel
On Thursday, Dec, 29, 1898, 10 a.m. -7 p, m,
At PROGRESS BLOCK, corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
Fine Turkish and Persian
This sale Is arranged so as to give an
other chance to Art lovers who could not
attend It before Christmas; and as so
much expense and time given to bring so
large and tine collection, Mr. Mlhran has
decided to hold this sale before packing
the goods. y
All the fine RUGS which were not ex
posed will be on exhibition until the day
Come to Inspect and make your selections.
llonn Committee Will Urge Hiirmly
Action ou IriiU.
AVnshingtou, Decembor 15.
Assistant Secretary Howoll of tho
Troasury Dopartmont was heard
beforo tho Committeo on "Ways
und Means today, ou tho need of
oxtondiug tho tariff laws to Ha
waii as soon ns possible. Ho
road a, loiter from Harold Sowall,
formor United States Minister
thcro and now Speoial Agent of
tho Treasury, stating that this
immediato extension of tho laws
was iraporntive, in order to pro
vont the irrogular entry o goods
into the IJjitod States by way of
Tho oommittoo agroed to tho
immediato extension proposed and
Hawaii will bo established nB ono
of the customs districts with
throo sub-ports of entry, viz.:
Hilor Mahukona and Kahului.
Tho Collector of Customs will
hnvo headquartors nt Honolulu
and will receive SiOOO salary.
Snoedv action by the Houso will
OPIUM I.N HUNKI!T.
,TAS. P. MORGAN,
Morgan's Auction Sales.
Morgan's Laid Sale.
I.iirttti Nule ufNrHta For the llltr Ilrnix
There was an excellont rehearsal
l)solntolv 8A1TJ nnd rollnblo IJOllT.
Wo (urnUh TKMl'OKAHY LIQUTINO
for btoros, rosliloncoH, hulls, etc.
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.
M. M. KOIIN, Mnnagor.
Are for sale by our
iigontH : : :
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort aud King Streets,
Kirl' fine compllcitej Wlche, Clocks, Music
Boxes ind Jewelry.
All wcik KUrtee4. Tblrtyfiveyeirs eiperleuce.
the oDora house last nicht. To
ni'ylit, a program worth listening
to will be presentou. It will in
clude both vocal and instrumen
tal music. Tho Choral Club will
sing two numbers alone, and sev
eral togothor with tho Kawaiahao
Sominory girls ns well as tho Ka
mchnmeha Qleo Olub.
Nearly every soat in the lowor
part and n large number in tho
upper, have beon reserved. Thoro
aro, howevor, a few good seats
loft at tho Wall, Nichols Co.
Urcent Deficiency Mill Paufil.
Washington, Decembor 15.
Tho Urgout Deficiency Appropria
tion bill making provision for tho
army and navy for tho next six
months displaced tho Nicaragua
Canal bill in tho Sonato today,
provonting oyon tho taking of a
voto on the question of postpono
mout until aftor tho holidays, as
had beon intended. Tho Dofi
oinooy bill passed.
Dec. 27, 1808.
V FIHST-OIjASS v
Vaudeville Entertainment I
By tlio Clovorest Artlsta of tho Day.
NEW SONGS I NEW DANCES 1
Ahh STAH I'EUFOHMEltS-
Itosorvod Scats on Bivlo ut Taclflc Cyclo
it Manufacturing Co.'s.
Doors opon at 7:30.
Forfonnanco at 8.
Itosorvod CIiiiIm, COu; gonoral ad
mission, 25o. 1085
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
including corner of Beretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREW.
Olllcer Jack McVlh Ilofi Clover Work
J. D. McVeigh, olDcor of tho
Board of Health, found opium in
tho baggage of immigrants at tho
quarautino station yestorday. Tho
customs oflicerB had previously
gono through tho boxos nnd bun
dles, but the opium not bomg on
cased in tho familiar tin csoanod
thoir observation. Mr. MoVeigh
oponed up a Ohinoso blanket nnd
thoro it wns, ten pounds ot the
drug in tho form of lozengos stow
ed iu tho padding.
I'lre I.ailillra lleuaI.
Tho men of Engine Company
No. 1, whoso headquarters aro on
King street, woro troated to most
accoptablo Christinas gifts by
Mrs. H. II. Williams and Mrs.
Wall yesterday. Thoy aro most
thankful to thoir kind noighbors
for tho thoughtfulness displayed.
Dreyfua on (lis Way.
London. Deo. 1G. -Tho Paris
correspondent of tho Daily News,
Mrs. iimilv (Jrawlord, says it is
boliovod thoro that Dreyf ub is now
on his way to I1 ranee.
ICKALOHA - WILLIAMS In thin
city, at tho rc.ilclenco of tho bride's
fathor, Deo 25, 1898, by ICliior
Abraham Forutuule, MrKumauo
Ktulolm to MIm Annie WUliums.
WEDNESDAY, Doc 28, '08
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of M. N. Sanders, Esq..
Nuuanu street, above Vineyard, 1 will sell
nt Public Auction, the entire Household
WICKER PARLOR FURNITURE.
PARLOR RUGS AND PICTURES.
PIANO LAMP, DIVAN.
I WESTEMEYER PIANO.
OAK BEDROOM SETS.
WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING
D. R. TABLE AND CHAIRS.
SIDEROARD, MEAT SAFE.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
STOVE AND KITCHEN UTENSILS.
PALMS AND PLANTS.
Lot of WHITE LEGHORN and PLY
MOUTH ROCK CHICKENS.
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
In accordanco with Soctlon 1 of Chap
ter XXVI. of thelawsof 1880:
All persons holding wator prlvllogos
or tlioso paying wator ratos, aro lioroby
notllled that tho wator ratos for tho term
ending Jnno SO, 1800, will bo. duo and
payablo at tlio ofllco of tho Honolulu
Wator Works, ou tlio 1st day of January
All such ratos remaining unpaid for
16 days aftor thoy aro duo will bo sub-
Joe t to an additional 10 or cont.
All privileges upon which intos remain
unpaid Fobruary IB, 1800, (30 days aftor
becoming dollnquont) aro llublo to sus
pension without further notice,
llatos aro payablo at tho odlco of the
Wutor Works In tlio ICopualwn llulldlng.
Sup't Honolulu Wator Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 20, 1808.
Tlio undorslgnod offora for salo nt
Eight o? the finest
Residence Sites in the
bost residence district
Tlieso lots oxtoud from tlio Govorn
inont Rosorvatlon at tho Maklkl Pump
ing Station, along Hastings street and
tlio Manoa road, und for tho most part
fuco tlio grounds of Punahou Collogo,
being a division of tho Judd Tract.
Tlioso lots contain from 1 to 2 acros
oach, and aro elegantly sltuatod In rofor
onro toiKCoiiory aud hoaltlifulnoss.
Lot 1 has it frontago on Maklkl
street, contains 1 acios.
1 Lot 2 fronts nn Maklkl anu
Hastings htroots, mid adjoins tho prop
erty of Mr. a. P. Wilder, on which Is
bolng orectod an ologant rosldouco, con
tains 1 aero.
Lot 4, on Hastings stroot, ad
joins tlio O. P. Wlldor proporty,.con
talus l.ni aero.
Lot fi Is an ologant lot, and
fronts ou Hustings stroot and tho Manoa
road, contains 1.10 ncro. SOLD.
Lots 0 and 7 aro on tho Manoa
road, and aco the grounds of Punahou
Collogo, contains 1.24 aero and 1.22 aero.
Lots A and II nro at tho ond of
tho tract, nu tho high ground overlook
ing tho Punahou grounds, and com
mand an extended vlow of Manoa Val
toy, Diamond Head, tho harbor and city,
oyvi 2 acres oach;
A MAP OF THE PHOPEItTY can bo
soon at my salesroom, 33 Quoon stroot,
whero all furthor ooodod Information
can bo obtained,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Practical Horseshoer, "
All Work Guarautood and Promptly
J. A. MORGAN,
King st,, In T. Murray's Carriage .Shop.
MtH.. t fa.-,
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