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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 29, 1898.
HIP o '
f Wilics I GiiWik ! .
the Superior of any Talking Machine in the World !
Tlie Best Present for ISTew Years
Because It IslnstniUhe, entertaining an J amusing. Will last a life-time, and
Omuld anything get out of order e tin repair It. We have In stock LAGLE and
COLUMBIA GRAI'HOPHONES, Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing Tubes, Brass
Moms, hundreds of records, uimprislng Hand and Orchestra Selections. Piccolo, .ither.
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'
OCEANIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
M. M. K011N, Mnimftcr. to,, ll'i HOTEL STUU11T.
Your Wife and Daughter
i5K& &l !s l
Aay enjoy riding as much as you do. Why not
attend to their wheel wants? We have
LADIES' WHEELS at $40, $4?, $50 and $60, and
all we will say about them is that they are COLUA
BIAS and RAABLERS you know the rest. Boys
and girls from 4 to 1 we can provide for at the same
ymSS altntfint tnttrlion; to ctnlt teconJ tnttr
lion, jo ctnlt a uetk and $o ttntt a month Ibii it the
tttett aJitttittng evtr offtreJ the ftoflt of Honolulu
nWANT YOU TO HAVE a West DUInfeclInc
Alachlne rut In vour closet or cesspool, and
save sickness California I ceJ Co. .Agents. 1069-101
One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
Arr'y to H O Hlatt. Tort St noj-lf
FOR SALE Second-hand DICYCLL In Reod con
dition, cheap. Address "D," this office. ioo-iw
COR SALE-HOOKS ON MODLRN LACE, at
I Mrs I (anna's
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Hiss REEDOUOAN
Suitable tor chapel or residence. Ucrcstrom
Music Co , 1 nrt street. 1&67
EST ncent meal In ton n Try It and bo con-
vincej Lina s Lxceisior Kesiaurant. 1041.
DASS-IIOOK LOST -Pass Hook on?. In favor
T of Wm Crawford, has been lost. I Indir will
re. eie sutttMe reward by leavlnc same at the office
of the IIAWAIIAN-CIIINL-SL M.WS. 1101-tf
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sis.
Columbia and ltatnbler Agonts.
t OST A small HAY MARE with white face bears
L. the mark W R." Reward will b offered If
returned to City Teed Store. towtf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In our houses Chtoro-Naptholeum kills
aee uaniurma 1 pea u.,
for additional Shipping News see seventh page.
cockroaches and ants.
niRMSIII I) ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
Square with electric lights. Address O. K.,
WANTED-Pl PILS IN STLNOGRAPHY. book
keeping and I ngllsh branches bv practical re
porter. California State Normal and College graduate
$5 per mo day or evening Inquire afternoons
bttwien 5 and 1 at 8 King St. o8j im
THE PUHLIC TO KNOW tint the St Louis Col
1 lure. St Andrews Priory. Oahu Prison, Oahu
I Insane Aslum and other public Institutions, use our
I Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
I tea l-o., rtgents iouy-1111
WANT To Sc oral SMALL HOYS Apply at
Honolulu Mc-ssinger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. too?-!'
WANTI'D 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
" 6igM I ort street, orpnsite ine ciud aiaries,
II. JLIIS, Proptletor.
FOl ND Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN. Ssm
can K had bv calling at this office and ravin
cost of advertisement 1&80
IS IT GOOD
To h.ie so much DIRT in the
house ? Carpets vannot he healthy
be mse they harbor dust and dirt.
Because it is always clean and oflers
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
l-ir DESIGNS AND HSTIMATLS
tor the asking, at
Lowers & Cooke's,
WIMXJW MUUI S tjUILLLs
W'ALI I'M') R ART GLAs
MfRIt 'I s Mll-NAW I LU TlH S
Your Roof and"
Should be put in thorough repair
before you are washed out during
the heavy rains.
I stand ready to do any necessary
75-79 KING ST.
Tulcplioiii' No. 'U.
CALL and kxamini:
Of .Inrd.iti s Ktnro on Quoon fctroot. An
alisulutoly SAl'i: anil rollalilo LIGHT.
Wo fiirnloh TKMI'OItAUY LIOUTINO
for storoH, rosldoncos, lmlls, elo.
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co,
M. M. KOIIN, jrmmgor.
Are for Halo by our
axtiiits : : ;
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and Kiuu Streets,
Repairs fine complicated Watih.s Clocks, Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All wtik guaranteed. Tblrt -five years experience
Clilllrn'a Heart. .Ilmln film! Iiy Clirl.t
TI10 children of Knwainhno
Church Sunday school woro giveu
n good tittio iu tlio church Inst
ovouiug. It was nt about 7.3(1
o'clock when the front and back
doors woro thrown opoti antl chil
dren and growu folks crowded in
fiom both directions. Tho lights
in the room woro left unlighted to
nhow to bettor advantHgo tho
Christmas tree that Btood directly
in front of tho pulpit. Tho treo
huh decorated iu tho usual man
ner aud wound about with strings
of popcorn. A hundred colored
caudles cast a soft glow over tho
Henry Watorhouso mado a short
speech aud then followed sprayer.
After "this came a Christmas carol
by the younger girls of Kawaia
liao sominary and thon Mr. Wat
orhouso announced Santa Clnue.
'flint popular gontloman nppoared
with two otlior agod parsonages
aud, after welcoming tho children
and causing quite a numbor of tlui
vouncor onos to crv. retirod iuto
epaco from wheuco they had
D. L. Nnoue thon gave out tho
numorons proseuts that wero piled
on severnl tables near the troo and
tho hearts of the children woro
l'reatdont Dple was present in
tho audieuco. Thoro wore also
quito a uumbor of etraugers pros
In ai-cord.ilieo with Soctlnu 1 of Chap
ter XXVI. of tho l.iwsof IhSli:
i All porsons lidldlii' wntor prlvllogos
or tliosu pijItiK AM'tor mtos, nro ltoroby
' mitllluil tli.it tho wator rate's fortlio torm
(iniUtif; Jiniu 11(1, lb'Jtt,ill bo duo nml
1 iniynblo nt tlio oflloo of tlio Ilotioltilti
Wutur Works, on tlio lHt day of January
All Kuril rutos ronialnlng unpaid for
15 days aftor llioy tiro d no will bo sub-
Jott to ttn additional IU pur cont.
All iirl lUi);os ujion which intos remain
unpaid Kobrimry 15, 1809, (30 days after
becoming doliiifjuont) aro Ilablo to sus
cnslon without fnrthor notice.
Kates aro piyablo at tho oilko of tho
Wator Works lu tho Kapualwii ilullding.
Sup't Honolulu AVutor Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Doe. 20, lbllS.
WC RENT the West D1SINI CCTINCi MACII1NLS
andkeip them in order, for a small monthly
rental. Catlfornli I'eed Co., Aeents, iorVi)-im
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec
29, 1 ii in Weather clear, wind fresh
Weather llurcau, Punnliou, Dec 29.
Temperature Morning inlnlimini,
70; Mltlday iiinxlniuiu, 77.
llaromcter, 9 u m, ,10.03 steady.
Rainfall, tlo, O.(X) in.
Humidity at 9 a in 01 percent.
Wetlnesday, Dud 28.
USltC McCulloeh, Hooper, from
Thurnday, Dec 29.
Stmr Kauai, Itriilin, from Laha
lun. Ktmr .lames Makee, Tullett, from
Haw bk Dlamoiitl Head, Ward, from
Am bktno W II Dlmond, Nllson,
from San Francisco.
O&OSS Doric, .Smith, from China
$r bk Wllllscott, l'ealiody, from Nu
nalino, 11 C.
Am Hp W F llubeoek, Ctilley, from
llrciiKntorDe. Lonijmujr. from the
Smiiiil for the Colonies. Anchored oft"
Am Hciir spoKane, .lainicson, irom
the Sound. Anchored oil' port.
Thurstltiy, Dec 29.
.Stmr Ht'lcnc, Macdoimid, for Ma
liukoua, I'aauluui, ICukalau, Ookala,
Latiiiahoehoc, Kihel, l'apaltm, Hono
hlnti, Hakalau, lltinomu, 1'ohakuma
mi and Pepookoo at 10 a in.
Stmr Kauai, llruhu, for Lahalua
at 1 p m.
Stmr James .miikcc, tuiicii, ior
Kapaa at 1 )i in.
Sttni Klloliaiia.Tlioinpson, forAVal
mea and Kekaha at It p m.
ITEMS FRWreTRBOR FRONT
BUT BUY YOUR
If you haven't seen our full line, which we have just received,
you are missing n 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 RUSSET 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 of tiih Bio Siioi:,
XX 3?rfc street.
ORPHEUM : THEATER.
For tlie Benefit of the Crew Of the
City of Columbia.
Overture B.illet Scliut
AbrJi Cirrlsnn Berger
Sung "Since you Spumed My GolJ"...
Miss Caroline M.ik.twnlu.
Song and D nice Mr. I'. J. Hyde, U. S. S.
Duet (0 Whispering Hope I yinan
tb) M.iikai Wainlo Likelike
Comet Solo Columbia Rollinson
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Specialties-A. I-'. Babln, U. S. S. Ben
nington. Songs Honolulu Lady Johnson
Honolulu Belle Johnson
Sung Love's Sorrow Shelley
Vir. I-. i-oster.
Overture DiaJem Herman
Sketch Jim Post and Mav Ashley.
Song Like no a like bverett
Mrs. I. Alep.il.
Song and Dance EJdie Armand.
Kawaih.iu Quintette Solomon Hiram,
Ben Jones, Jim Shaw, Will Edwards.
Waltz Orlotto Millorker
Clneogrnph War Pictures, I.ole Fuller's
bwrt uance, uasiern college root
ball Game, Bathing Scene, Butter
fly Dance. Latest Illustrated Songs,
L. M. Weaver, vocalist,
. IvIIVGr, IjCHHOO
llorbes, Wagons. Harnesses, Saddles,
etc., bought and bold on
17 Koiiia(fonnovly Smith) St
Dec. 20, 1808.
V FHIST-CLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment !
By tho Clovorebt Artists of tho Day.
NFAV SONGS I NFAV DANCKS I
ALL STAlt I'KHl-'OltMiniS
Hosorvod Soats on salo at l'aelile Cyclo
tt MaiiufacturliiB Co.'s.
Doors opon nt 7:.10.
l'orforiuauco at 8.
IloHorvotl Chairs, C0o ; gonoral nil-
A Dlvldond Is duo and payable to tho
Stockholders of tho Intor-Island Stoaiii
Nttvlgatlon Co., Ltd., at their ollleo, on
Friday, Doeoiubor 30th, lb98.
K. K. OKDOi:,
Honolulu, 11. 1., Dec. 27, lstib.
Tlio peotjle who frequent tho
watorfrout nro tleeiroiiB that ro
paira bo made to tlio scow that has
its liendquartora near tho Pacific
Tho James Alnkeo reports tlio
followitiK BurBr left on Kntmi: M
S Co, 1800; L P, 7500; II iM, 7000;
K S IM, 2500; "Diamond" W, 500;
Kilmien, 1500; V K, 700. Total of
It is believed that tho City of
Peking Iiiib been Bont Btraight
through to Yotsohamn as tho Gae
lic, duo Saturday, would, on no
count of the Peking's dolay, fol
low her po closely.
Tho American ship W. F. llnb
eock, Colloy master, arrived in
port this forenoon, 151 days from
Ualtinioro with a cargo of 3205
tons of coal consigned to tho
Tho British ship Eutorpo, is nn-
ciiorfii ou port on nor way rroni
tho Sound to Syduoy. Tho Cap
tain is ashore this afternoon at
tending to tho matter of an Ha
waiian register for his vessel.
Tho American barkentino "V II
Dimond, Nilson master, arrivod in
pml t Ilia momine, 19 J days from
ban 1 rnucisoo with a cargo of gen
eral morclmndiso for W G Irwin
fc Co. Sho brought 27 mules for J
V Curley, ono of tho passengora,
and a Shetland pony for C Ualoy,
another of tho passengors.
Tho Hawaiian bark Diamond
Head, Ward master, arrived in
port this morning, 23 days from
Nnnniuio, 1$ O, with a cargo of
l'IGS tonH of coal consigned to Al
ton & ilobinson. Tho Diamond
Head mado about half tho dis
tnnco to this port in sovon days.
Then bIio struck a succession of
southorly wind aud rain which
caused n groat dolay. On tho up
trip, tho Diamond Hoad made the
trip to tlio Capo in thirteen days.
Tho cargo of, coal brought by tho
Diamond Head is exceptionally
From China nnd Japan, por O
,tOSS Doric, Doc 20 T F
Dredgo and 5 European steerage.
Through: Liout Col 1 Altamira,
Liont ii E Calkin USA, V Diaz.
li Diaz, J Dinz, A II Emanuel
and sorvnnt, Sergennt Q L Fiuch
U b A, H l'ernnuuez, W Uarcin,
D Harvoy, U A Lopez, Ohas Lei-
big U S A, Sorgonnt B Lambert
U S A, Mr and Mrs Malcolm Mo
Ceuzie, S L Orr, Miss A Rood,
Hov and Mrs E G Phillips, W G
Porter U S A, Sergeant J F loo
ney U S A, It Santos, TJ Solis, J S
Scott, Rov ami Mrs I F Smith and
'i children, E Tuck, J Vogansy, M
Torres, Sergeant J F Wilson U S
A. Cantain Stoolo U S A.
From Kapaa, per Btmr'James
Makee, Doo 29 J It Mormont,
Junius Kuno and 15 on deok.
From Lahaina, por stmr Kauai,
Doo 29 Mr Glonn aud Bishop
From Kapaa, per stmr James
Makoe, Deo 29 2500 bags sugar
aud 150 bags rico.
CHAl'.MAX Wm Blunloy Chapman,
son of .1. W. and Kanhy Cliapmuu,
horn June 19, lb'JS, died December
MORGAN'S AUCTION SALES.
BEFORE F-A-OKZliTO !
Grand After Christmas Sale
uAT AUCTION !-
And positively the Last Chance!
OnThursday, Dec, 29, 1898, 10 a.m. ml p. m.
At riUUKC55 bluln, corner t-ort ami ueretania streets.
ANTIQUE ! IiARE !
Fine Turkish and Persian
323S2BS2R U G S !$SSSMS
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. Mllimn has
decided to hold this sale before packing
All the fine BUGS which were not ex
posed will be on exhibition until the day
Come to inspect and make your selections.
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,7 AS. 1 LORGAX,
Morgan's Auction Sales, I Morgan's Land Sale,
Auction Sale' Fine
On JfJtlDAY, Doo. 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Kxocutlvo llitlldiiiKi King Stioot,
I will sell nt 1'iililio Auction, a
BENCHES JHD (TABLES.
Shares of Stock
Under Instructions from the Treasurer of
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., I will sell at Pub
lic Auction, at my salesroom, Queen street,
SATURDAY, Dec. 31, 'OS,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
FOURTEEN SHARES OF C. BREWER
& CO., LTD., being the fractional shares
of the new Issue of stock.
JAS. F. aiOKGAN,
strcot, contains acies.
Lot 2 fronts on
The undersigned GROCERS give notice
to their customers that their places of busi
ness will remain closed on MONDAY,
JANUARY and, 1809:
II. MAY & CO.
LEWIS & CO.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.
CHAS. MUST ACE.
Honolulu, December 29, 1898.
Tho tiniloi'Mlgtiod oilers for salo at
Eight oT the linest
Residence Sites in the
bost residence district
Thosd lots extend from tho Govorn
inont Itosorvatlou at tho Muklkl Pump
ing Station, along Uaittliig's street uiul
tho Mauo.i road, aud for tho most part
faeo tho grounds of I'unahoti Collogo,
bolng a division of tho Judd Tract.
Tho!o lots contain from 1 to 2 ncros
oneh, and aro elegantly situated In rofor
onco to Rcimory and hoalthftilnoKS.
Lot 1 lias a frontage 011 Maklkl
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
including corner of Ueretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREW.
Hastings stroots, and adjoins tho prop
erty of Mr. O. 1'. Wlldor, on which ii
bolng orectod an ologaut rosldonco, con.
tains 1 ai'ro.
Lot 1, on Hastings btreot, ad-
JoitiHthu (I. I'. Wlldor proporty, con
talus l.ai aero.
Lot & Is an ologant lot, anil
fronts 011 Huntings stroot and tlio Manoa
road, contains 1.10 aero. SOLI).
1itMl) and 7 aro on tlio Manoa
road, and face tlio grounds of Pnnaliou
College, cont tins 1.21 aero and 1.22 aero.
Lots A and It aro at tho ond of
tlio tract, on tho high ground overlook
ing tho l'uu.ihou grounds, nnd com
mand an oxtondod vlow of Manoa VnU
ley, Diamond Head, tho harbor and city,
ovor 2 acros oacli.
A MAP Or Till: PHOPKUTV can bo
Boon nt my fcalosroom, 3:1 Quoon ttroot,
wliero nil further neodod lnformatlou
can bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
All Work Guarautood and Promptly
J. A. MORGAN,
King St., In T. Murray 'h C'anlage Shop.
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