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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 31, 1898.
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tion; to ttnti a tiftk anJ ;o ctntt a month, Ibii it tbt
tttJfiiit aJvtititmg tvtt cfftrtJ tbt -( of Honolulu
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
The Superior of any Talking Machine in the World !
Tiie Best Present for 3STe-w 5Tea,rs
OR ANY OTHER TIME.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West DUIntcctlnc
Machine rut In your closet nr cesspool, and
save sickness. California reeJCo.lAgents. 1069.1m
e- 3 J-3
Because It Is Instructive, entertaining nnJ amusing. Will last a life-time, an J
should anything get out of order we can repair 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
tip-to-dat.: selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
-M. M. KOIIN, Mini tiger-.
From the Tool Room.
The Little Nails: Oh, Uncle I Mr. Hammer has invited us to take
drl e In the pine wood.
Old Uncle Plane : Now listen, children, and take the advice of a plain,
straightforward man ; keep away from the pine wood. It Is Inhabited by
.1 rough, stubborn gang of outlaws, know n as the Knot family. Mr. Saw
and I recently took a drive through the pine wood and encountered one of
the Knot family, who met (is with the stubborn resistance so characteristic
ol their race, and Mr. Saw lost several teeth. It was only with the utmost
precaution on mv part that 1 managed to smooth things over; and beware
of that treacherous Mr. Hammer; he means to punch your heads for you
as ;oon as he gets you fairly Into the wood.
TOOLS of all kinds, for Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Engineers, Con
trictors, iV., are sold at low prices by
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and iKino: Sts.
T.unil't IMnri. llurtflurlie.l.
Somotimo botweon li and 7
o'clock this morning. J. T. Lund's
plnco on Union street was burgla
rized. Entrance was made by
iiuraliua open n flido door. Lund
foaud on ioin to his shop uia
vapers uud books scattered about.
U'lio burglnra wero failed in Get
ting tbe contents of. the safe. Tho
otron box was badly marred in
-Choir efforts to opoti it. Tbo burg
lars were evidently frightened
away before they succoeded.
AT Tlin SIGN
Of rain get out vour umbrella, bi.t
I WILL READ
come and see u. BEST METAL OR
GLASS blijNS IN THE VORLL)--p!.iln
or Illuminated- -and so moderate in prn.e,
.- In leaded or hard metallic sash
for Residences, Stores, Halls and Churches.
" IT IS PLEASING,
The 'amount of business we are doing In
PARQUETRY FLOORING. We are
busy all the time on plans for new floors.
OufGKILLES are also In demanJ.
call and i.xaminh i
Of Jordan's storo on Qucon street. An
absolutely SAI'l. and rollablo LIGHT. '
Wo furnUli TI.MPOHAKY LIGHTTNti
or bloroH, rosldoncos, halls, etc.
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.!
M. M. KOIIN, Managor. i
. THE FAMOUS
Aro for Bale by our
agouti i : :
HOBRGN DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets,
Repairs fini complicated Witches, Clocks, Mutlc
?OKes and Jewelry.
All work iruirantteJ. Ttilrtyfiveyears eiperlence
AND ELECTRIC CO.,
, lilt IIOTUL STIJUET.
Muttrr of Uroumli nml Cluli Home
Thero wna a very full nttond
nnco of tho members of tbo
Alumni Association of Knmolia
raelin school nt tboir totnporarv
quiirtors last ovoniiiR. Attorney
Uenornl W. U. Smith nnd W. IN.
Armstrong woro pretiont.
llio purposo ol tho mooting was
primnnly a consultation botweon
rriiBtoo Smith and tho boys on tbo
club houso matter.
Mr. Smith osplainod that tbo
laud upon which it was proposed
to build the club houso belonged
to tha Uornico l'aunui Bishop
Museum trust nnd not to tbo
Piiunui trust. It was tboroforo
not n purt of tho school trust and
could not bo grautcd gratos ns n
p'luoo for tho club houso. How
ever, tho laud could bo routed nnd
tho Hialiop trust had ngroed to
givo $300 each year, to pay tho
rout of tho grounds.
Mr. Smith then recommended
that tho boys lenvo tho building
of tho house to tbe Museum ttust
and pay rout into tho trust from
the monthly dues of tho members
of tho Association.
Solomon Fukumurn. an cm-
ploy o of ono of tho firms of archi
tects in tho city, prcsonted plnns
.which ho had drawn up. Tho
cost of building would bo 62100.
These mot with tho approval of
Mr. Smith who explained that
tho Museum trust was willing to
go ns high as S2500.
Mr. Smith then gavo way to tho
boys, who considered tho plan
handed in by him. It was finally
decided toront tho place for tho
term of two years anil to allow tho
Museum trust to put up tho club
house. Mr. Smith cautiouod tho
boys to bo very careful about go
ing into debt. There should not
be a cent owing whou tho timo
was ripo for tho occupancy of tho
Another mooting of tho Alnmni
Association will bo hold within n
Tho baud plays tho follwing
program on Makeo Island Sunday
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture: Festival Haoh
Andante: Surprise Symphony...
Torchlight Procession March
International Musical Congress....
Comet Solo: The Light of tho
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Overture: Mo.urt Suppo
Miserere: II Trovatoro Verdi
Finale: Greeting to the Now
Tho Star Spangled JJunuer.
Tho V G Hall roports 21,300
bags of sugar loft on Kauai up to
DOOKKI EI'EH Wanteilnllllo.acomretentbook
J kerrer. AJJrrss application, wlih rclfrences, to
I' U UOX 168. IIOO-IW
CUKNISIIL1) DOOMS for Gentlemen, ntir Thomas
I Square, with electric lights. AJJress O. K
WANTI D-PUI'ILS IN STENOCRArilY, book
keeping anJ bnllsh branches by practical re
porter, California Slate Normal nn J Coflti?.' uraJuate,
$1 per mo , Jay or evening.
Klwcen ana 7 at 837 King M.
THE PUnLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Cnl
lege. St AnJrews I'rlory, Oahu I'rlMin, Oahu
Insane Asylum, ani other public instituting, use our
Chloro-Naptholtum with great success. California
eea Co., Agents,
WANTED Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, coma Klnr anJ
7 ANTED 500 Men to get ShaveJ for (5 cents, at
W 6,,ji Fort street, opposite the Clii Stables.
ioi-tf II. JlinS, Ptoprletor.
One SIIIPMAN ENGINb In Perfect
Apply to II U. Uiart, Inirt St. iioj-lf
COR SALE-nOOKS ON
MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALanJ PeJal Hass REES ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Ilerestrnm
Music Co , Tort street.
JEST ss cent meal In town. Try It an) be con
vlnccd. Llnd's Lxcelslor Restaurant, 1041,
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Hook 0117, In laor
of Win. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receise suitable rewarJ by leaving same at the office
of the IIAWAIIAN-CIIINI.SU NEWS. noa-tf
I OST A mall BAY MARE with white ftce; bears
L- the mark W. R." Reward will be offered If
returned to City I ccd Store. 10991!
ALirE. from not having West Dlslnfictng Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Ch!oroNapthtl'um kills
cockroaches and ants. See California lied Co.,
FOUND Sigma Chi College fraternity IMS. Same
can be had by calling at this office wd paying
cost of advertisement. 1080
WE RENT the WesrDISINrECTING MACHINES
and keep them in order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co.. Agents, t i&9tm
HUIISTITUriNfl HAWAIIAN Fl.WJ.
I. .7. 31i'rl .; CtiiiipHtiy of Nan l'rnn
cUio DlaciinlliiK llrltlih Color.
Tacomn, fWash.), Deoomher 23.
-The llawaiian ting tod&y dis
placed the British ensign on the
ilagstaff of tho ship Star of .tisia.
Tho vo3sol is owned by tlo San
Francisco firm of J. J. Mvoro Sc
Co., who have supposedly tulopted
tho Hawaiiau Hug with tho lixpoc
tatiou of getting tho ship under
Amoricnu colors with tho nplica
tion of American shipping iguhi
tions to Hawaii. J. J. Mooro &
Co. are chauging nil their foreign
built vessols to llnwnuau
as fast as po33iblo. Several weeks
ago thoir barkEulorpe substituted
tho Llawaiian for the Chilean ilag
nt tbiB port.
About tho samo timb n similar
change was mado on ono of thoir
vessols loading nt Port Blakoloy.
The ship Star of Franco, owned
by Mooro x Co., is on route from
Snn'a Rosalia. It is believed that
her registor will bo chaugod from
1. itish to llawaiian upon her nr
lival lioro. Arrangemonts for
raising tno Hawaiian ling on
Moore & Co's. Hoot havo boon con
ducted by 1). 17. Ewart of tho
firm's Snn Francisco oQico. Grif
fith mnnued the Star of Russia's
halliards hauling down tho British
colors and runuing up tbo Ha
waiian. l.iilnit.iti-nt Aiiiinunceil.
Tho engagement of Mrs. II. H.
Goddard to W. L. Howard of
Castle & Cooke, is announced.
Mrs. Goddard was formerly a
school teacher at Waianae. Sho
returned to her homos in the States
about two months ngo and roturn
ed in tho City of Peking yesterday
.- .... w m i-..i-i
Madrid, Deo. 24.. Aftor tho
closo of tho Bourse hero today
Spanish iutorior eocuritios foil to
53.75 owing to nn unfavorable
bulletin regarding tho condition
of tho premier, Sonor Sngasta.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mm, J. . Clmpiimu prowont
tliotr lionrtfolt th.iuks to thulr (rlundsfor
thoir kindly Bvinpatliy In thoir hour of
Tho regular Monthly
Mooting of tho
l'lonoer litiUding ami Loan
will bo hold at tho Clmnil
Clmnibor of Com
moreo on MONDAYUVKNINO, January
2, 1601), nt 7!fi0 o'clock.
1'HyinoiiM aro requlied In gold.
110(1 A. V. QUAIL Socrotary.
, 28, 4.02
Thursday 120 1.31
The Standard time whlHtlo sounds at
12h. Oin. Ox. MiildnlKlit), Greenwich
time, which is Hi. 30m. p. in. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Diamond Head Slirual Station. Dec
31, 1 p m AVeather hazy, wind light
"Weather Bureau, Puliation, Deo 31.
Temperature Morning minimum,
03: Midday maximum, SO.
llaromcter, 0 a in, 30.07 falling,
nalnfntl, do, 0.00 in.
Humidity at 0 n in 72 percent.
Friday, Dec 30.
Stmr Leliua, llennett, from Molokai
Saturday, Dec 31.
Stmr J anics Makec, Tullctt, from
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, from Ma
Stmr Mlkahala. Thompson, from
ni buttio Consuelo. .lacobscn. from
O&OSS Gaelic. I'lneh. from San
Jap 8 S Kinoiira Mam, Shlnti, from
Stmr W G Hall. Huglund. from
Am bktu Irmganl. Schmidt, from
Stmr Kliiiiu, Clarke, from Hawaii
and Maul portH.
Am bgtno J DHpreckels, Clirl.stlitn-
en, from Han i nuielsco.
Friday, Dec 30.
Am bkttie Planter, for San Fran
I'M SSCItyof Peking. "Ward, for
China anil Japan.
IJrHp City of Adelaide, Williamson,
for Humboldt bay.
O&OSS Gaelic. Finch, for China
and Japan at 5 p in.
Koloa plantation started Grind
ing again on Thursday.
The bncentino Consuelo, Jncob-
son, arrived in port from Knbului
this morning. Tho Lonsuolo
comes hero to load sugar for San
Tho CfeOSB Gaolic, Finch
commander, arrived off port at 2 a
ni today aud camo in nt daylight,
after a pleasant trip from San
Francisco. Sho has 114 tons of
gcnoral merchandise for this port.
Tho brigantino J D Sprookols,
Chri8tian6on master, arrived iu
port this morning, niter a pleas
ant trip from San Francisco. Sho
has a cargo of 100 tons of gonornl
merchandise for W G Irwiu fe Co
as woll as a consignment of horses
From S in Franoisco, per bktne
J D bpreckols, Deo 31 Dr and
Mrs J S Tracy.
From Kauai ports, por stmr W
G Hall, Deo 31 W H Rico. 0 F
roteraon, L Uonradt, II O Glade,
Alls. Juliotto bmitb, Ur T Mita
mura aud wifo and 33 on dock.
From Wairaoa, per stmr Mika
hala, D?o 31 J Marklmm, Mrs
Oxley, H M Coko, Miss Mnhlum
nnd 12 on deok.
From Maui ports, por stmr
Claudiue, Deo 31 Miss Aloxond
or, E Bailey, Mrs Sodorgron, Mrs
H B Bailey, Mrs Richards, J M
Kanonkua and wife, Mids M
Crowningborg, G W Hayseldon,
J OFitzsimmons, R Hair, li It
Banning, O WRaldwin, F W Van
Ynlkenburg, Mrs M Koala nnd
child, H Pnmniulu, S A Crook, A
II Crook, It Searlo, wifo and
child, Mrs B Wilkinson, FW
Abbott, J H Nishwitz aud 31 on
For Yokohama, por stmr City
of Peking, Doc 30 Dr Knestuor
Mr aud Mrs H D Rivors, Mr Bur
rowes, Dr Jay nnd ld9 Asiatics.
From Kauai ports, por stmr W
G Hall, Deo 31 G085 eks sugar
and 2 horsos.
From Waimoo, por stmr Mika
hala, Deo 31 5370 bags sugar and
222 bags rico.
From Kapaa, per stmr James
Makeo, Deo 311922 bogs sugar
and '100 bags rioo.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
por stmr Kinau, Doo 30 40G sirs
potutoes, 100 sks coru, GO bdlo
hides, 4.8 head cattlo, 2 horses, 2
mules, 210 pkgs sundries.
From Mam ports, por stmr
Olaudino, Deo 314-150 sks sugar,
28G sks potatoes, 182 sks corn, 89
hogs, 17 pkgs hides, ,859 pkgs
If you haven't seen our full line, which we have just received,
you are missing a lot of good things.
LATEST STYLE?, too j 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 tiim Uig Siiok,
tt !Fort street.
Will bo received nt tlio oflleo of tho
Minlstor of tho Interior until IS o'clock
noon of Tuoidny, Jnuy. ilrd, 1899, for
tho construction of road from llonoliin
to Kaliakulon, Maul,
Specification at the oflleo of Supt.
rubllc Works, also nt tho oflleo of L.
Ahlborn, Laluhm, and of It. C. Sciirlo,
Tho Minlstor doo not hind himself to
nccopt the lowest or any bid.
Minlstor of thojutorlor.
Dec. 10th. 1S9S.
Will ho received nt tho olllco of tho
Minlstor of tho. Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Tnond.iy, Jnuy. 10, 1S'J9, for-tho
construction of road from Nalilku Landing-
Speclllcatlons and profllo nt oflleo of
Supt. of l'libllo Works, also nt oflleo of
II. Ho woll, Ilmm, Muni.
Tho Minlstor docs not bind himself to
accopt tho lowest or nny bid.
JAS. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior,
oc. :50th, 1893.
In nceonlaiico with Soctlon 1 of Chap
ter XXVI. of tho laws of 18S0:
All porsons holding water prlvllogoa
or thoso p.iyliiB wntor ratos, aro horoby
notlllcd tint tho wntor rates for tho torni
ondliiK Juno 30, 1699, will bo duo and
payablo nt tho oflleo of tho Honolulu
Wntor Works, on tho 1st day of January
All such rntos rom.ilnlng unpaid for
IS days aftor thoy nro duo will bo sub
Joct to an additional IU por cont.
All prlvlloges upon which latcsro main
unpaid Fobruary 15, 1809, (30 days aftor
bocomlng dolinquont) aro llnblo to sus
pension without furthor notice.
ItatoH aro payablo nt tho oflleo of tho
Wntor Works in tho Knpuniwa Untitling.
Sup't Honolulu Wator Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Doo. 20, 1803.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby unti
tled that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. und
from 4' to 0 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, und In Nuiumu Valley above
School street aro heroby notlllcd that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
0 li. in., nut will bo allowed to irrigate
wnenoversiilllclent water istivailable,
provided that they do not use the
wator for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu "Water Works.
Approved J. A. KING,
Minlstor of Interior.
nouolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898
. Four most desirable and central,
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
Including corner of Beretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREW.
A Dlvldond Is duo and payablo to tho
Stookholdors of the Intor-Island Stoam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their odlcc, on
Friday, Decombor 30th, 1803.
N. K. QKDaK,
Honolulu, H. L, Dec. 27, 18US.
BUT BUY YOUR
VaHoliday Slippers m
Morgan's Land Sale,
The unilirl-no(I oirora for snlo at
Eifiht o? the ?inest ' 1
Residence Sites in the '
bost residence district
Thcso lots oxtoud from tho Govorn
inontltcsorrntloii at tho Maklkl Pump
ing Station, along Ilnstlng street and
tho Manoa road, and for tho most part
fnco tho grounds of Piiunhou College,
bolng a division of tho Judd Trnct.
Thoso lots contain from 1 to 2 ncroa
each, nnd nro elegantly situated In rofor
onco to MMtnory nnd henlthfulncss.
Lot 1 has a froutago on Mnklkl
strcot, contains 1J,' ncics. i
Lot 2 fronts on Mnklkl ' nnd
Hastings stroots, nnd ndjolus tbo prop
erty of Mr. a. P. WIMur, on which 1 .
bolng oroctcd an clogunt rosldouco, con
tains 1 aero. ,
Lot I, on Hnstlngs fctrcot, ad
joins tho a, P. Wlldor jroporty, con
tnlns L.'il ncro.
Lot 5 Is an olognnt lot, nnd
fronts on Hastings stroot and tho Munoa
road, contains 1.10 ncro. SOLI).
Lots U and 7 aro on tho Manor
road, and fuco tho grounds of Punahouf
Coll'ogo, contains 1.21 aero and 1.22 ncro.
Lots A and I) aro at tho ond o
tho tract, on tho high ground ovorloo1
lng tho Punahou grounds, and co
mand an uxtondod vlow of Munoa A
loy, Diamond Hond, tho harbor and c'
ovor 2 acres oaelu
A MAP OF THE PltOPLItTY can b.
scon at my snlosroom, .1:1 Quoou stroot
whero all furthor noodod lnforinatlo
can bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
When th very test DlQcle rroJuceJ In America n
quoted at $50, you may b sure that rock bottom lu
been reacheJ. I venture to predict that an end hai
come to those annual reductions thatliavesodemoral
Ited trade. Only the finest of equipments, wllh rigid
economy of management, can produce such a marvel
ol cheapness as a standard American Blcj cleat th
prices quoted In advance for '99. Do not look for any!
more sweeping reductions. Capital must have fair
returns, and ilia, American artlian will hate good
A few irnre second hand nikes at $i, also New
Guaranteed ll'c)ilesat $101 only afewlelt.
lllcvclet keit In runnini? order and punctures re-"
paired at $1 p
rf J at $1 per month Nerairs for all 1
er month Peralrs for
231 King Street.
House Lot on Kalll street, at Kallhi
100 x loo.
House and Lot at Kallhi 1 400x100
House and Lot on Youn; street; mijj
Lot at Kamolllllll, about i acre. ,
Lot on Prospect street, 73x115.
'Three Lots opposite McKee Island
Inext to Macdonald'i.
1 our wiis napanuiu iravi. iiiq 30
M. K, KEOHOKALOLE anfl
15 Kaauumanc' St.
3 a ' li
1 V" Ak .iigiMhaiain
tm.t . A A. m iw ii iii a. iSm ju .