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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, JANUARY 3, 1809.
From the Tool Room.
The Little Nails: Oh, Uiulel Mr. Hammer has Invited us to take
a Urlve In the pine woo J.
Old Uncle Plane: Now listen, children, and take the aJvIce of a plain,
straightforward man : keep away from the pine wood. It Is Inhabited by
a rough, stubborn gang of outlaws, known as the Knot family. Mr. Saw
and 1 recently took a drive through the pine wood and encountered one of
the Knot family, who met us with the stubborn resistance so characteristic
of their race, and Mr. Saw lost several teeth. It was only with the utmost
precaution on my part that I managed to smooth things over; and beware
of that treacherous Mr. Hammer j he means to punch your heads for you
as soon as he gets you falrlv Into the wood.
TOOLS of all kinds, for Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Engineers, Con
tractors, &c, are sold at low prices by
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia ntul llamblor Agonts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
toayiiiK water rates, nre hereby notl
llod that the hours for Irrigation pur-po-es
are from 0 to 8 o'clock n. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and In Nuuaiiu Valley above
School street nro hereby notified that
they will not lie restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
ii. in., out will bo allowed to Irrigate
wheiiovcrMillleieiit water isnvallable,
provided that they do not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours in every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved' J. A. ICING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 189S
At the Sip
Of rain get out vour umbrella, but If
come and see us.
GLASS SIGNS IN
BEST METAL OR
I HE WOKLD-plaln
so moderate In price,
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 lloors.
Our GRILLES are also in demand.
Lewers & Guoke,
Jordan's branch btoro on Quoon st., dur
ing tho hoIldnvN, was lighted by us. An
absolutely SAI'i: and rollablo LIGHT.
AVofnrnlbh 'J'K.MI'OUAIIY LIGHTING
or storos, rosldeuccs, halls, etc.
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co,
M. M. KOIIN, Managor.
Aro for Kale by our
ngonis : : :
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets,
Tho regular Monthly Mooting of tho
Pioneer llulldlng and Loan Association
will bo hold lit tho Chambor of Com
morco on TUESDAY KVKNING, Jan.
3, 181)!), nt 7!S0 o'clock.
Paymonts aro required In gold.
1100 A. V. GEAlt, Socrotnry.
A Dlvldond is duo and payablo to tho
Stockholders of tho Intor-Ittlaiul Stoam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at tliolr otlke, 011
Friday, Uecombor 30th, 1808.
n. ii GEuai:,
Honolulu, II. I., Deo. 27, lhUS.
Sale of Lease
On Monday, January 23, 1809, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front ontranco of tho
K.xuuutlvo Ilulldlug will bo sold at Pub
lic Auction tho least! of Govornmont
Lot Xo. 10 nmlanado, Honolulu, Oahu.
Torm 30 years.
Upsot Itontal $000 nor annum, pay
Bblo qunrtorly ill ndvani-o.
This H.ilo Is upon tho conditions pro
vided for In Soctlous 2 and 1 of Act"
of tho Lawn of 1800, vl
Section 2. Kvory such leave shall
contain a covouanl on tho part of tho
Icsmco that ho shall during tho llrst four
yours of tho torm of tho loaso causo to
lio orectod upon tho loasod iiroporty n
llro-proof building of brick, Mono or
metal, In n workmanllko niatiuor, satis
factory to tho Minister, nt not loss thnn
n stated cost, and shall koop tho hjiuo
suitably luiurod at not loss than two
thirds of Its valtio for tho lionollfof tho
lossor; and shall koop such building in
Hood ropalr during tho remainder of tho
torm of the leaso, reasonable uso and
wear thereof only oxcoptod, and In caso
of duinngo or destruction of such build
ing by II ro shall uiako good such loss or
d.iningo by tho necessary lopalrs or ro
coustructloh or olso surrondor tho In
surance to tho lossur.
Section 4. Kvory such loaso shall also
contain a covonant on tho part ot tho
lossor that upon tho roquost 111 writing
by tho lossoo or his roprosontatlvos, bo-
foro tho expiration of tho torm thoroof,
tho promlsos witli tho Improvements
shall, If all of tho conditions to bo per
formed by tho lossoo have boon satis
factorily porformod, bo put up at auc
tion for a lonso for a torm of not ovor
twenty yours: unloss said promises shall
bo roqutrod for public usos, of which tho
lossoo shall rocoUo nt least ono your';
notice So.ch auction aio shall bo hold
not nioro than six months nor loss than
ono month boforo tho oxptratlou of said
Tho cost of tho building to bo orocted
In accordauco with Section 2 as abovo to
cost not less than $7000.
Tho matorlal to bo used for tho oroc
tlou of said building to bo of brick or
Map of this lot can bo soon at tho In
terior Department, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING
Mlnlstor of tho Iutorior.
Intorlor Onico, Doo. 22, 1808.
In accordauco with Section 1 of Chap
ter XXVI. of tho laws of 1880:
All parsons holding wator privileges
or thoso paying wator ratos, aro horoby
notified that tho wator ratos for tho term
ondlug Jnuo SO, 1800, will bo duo and
payable at tho ofllco of tho Honolulu
Wator Works, on tho 1st day of January
All such ratos romalning unpaid for
15daysaftor thoy aro duo will be sub
Joct to an additional 10 por coat.
All privileges upon which latos rotnaln
unpaid February IB, 1800, (30 days aftor
bocomlng dollnquout) are llablo to sua
pension without furthor notice.
Kates aro payablo at tho ofllco of tho
Wator Works 111 tho Kapualwa Building.
Sup't Honolulu Wator Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Doc. 20, 1808.
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
Including corner of Beretanla St.
Apply to J. T. McGREYV.
VfKSSfc ' ' 'Hi column mil ImtrltJ at I e unit
fcri a Itntfirtl inttrtion; lo ctntt second imer.
Hon; fo eenls a ueeh and 50 ctnlt a monlb. Itii ii tbt
cbeafiett advertising ever offered tbt people of Honolulu.
WE WANT VOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, an J
lave sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 1069.1m
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen--
ter; between Walhakalulu UrlJge and Alapal Si.
Return to this office. noa-am
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Hook out, In favor
of Wm, CralorJ, has been lost. I InJer will
receive village reward bv leaving Mme at tho office
ot the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NLWS. nos-tf
I OST A small DAY MAKE with white face; bears
I- the mark "W. K." Keward will ba offered If
returned to City Feed Store. looo-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. CnToro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California I'eei Co.,
ROOKKLCPKR Wanted In llllo. a competent book-l-1
keeper, Address application, with references, to
P.O. Ilox i83. 1106-iw
CUKNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen. near Thomas
square; with electric lights. AJJress U. K.,
WANTED-PUPILS IN STENOGRAPHY, book?
keeping and English branches by practical re
porter, CallfornlaStateNormalandCollege graJuatc,
$ per mn.t day or evening. Inquire afternoons
between sand rat 817 King St. 108) im
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
1 eea u., Agents. looo-im
W ANTEDSeveral SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. loGj-tf
ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 1 j cents, at
'" 619H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
....... ti irt lc ii,Hn.i.in,
COH SALE-Ono SIIIPMAN
LSGINE In wtlect
Apply to II. G. Hint, l"urt St. noj-tt
ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUAL anJ IVJal Uiss HEED ORGAN
SultsMe for chapel or reslJence. Uercstrom
Music Co., fort street.
DEST 35 cent meal In town
Trv It ani be con-
LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
FOUND-Slgma Chi Collece Fraternity PIN. Same
can be haj by calllne at this office an! palnr;
cost ot advertisement.
twE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
W ani keen them In orJer. for a small monthly
rental, California I eel Co., Agents, iooo-im
Ten Minute Service on Ber
Commencing with the New Year, the
Hawaiian Tramways Company Inaugurat
ed a dally ten-minute service on Beretanla '
street, between town and Punaliou, from
6:30a. m. to 8:25 p. m., after which the
cars run every twenty minutes, as neiore.
Wiilldkl Side, Anln Liine.
W. H. CRAWFORD Manager
C. L. CLEMENT
Cineograpti Exhibition Co.
Doors open at 6:30.
Chinese Drama to start at 7 and close at
. Oncograph exhibition from 9 to 11:30.
ADMISSION, 25c; children 10c.
Tuesday, January 17, 1899, being a
NATIONAL HOLIDAY, all Government
Offices throughout the Republic wilt be
closed on that day.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 3, 1899.
W! DECORATING AND NATURAL
ft! WOOD riNISHING A SI'LCIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
Noxt to I'ollco Station
Throo Alio RESIDKNCK LOTS In ono
of tho choicest rosldoneo localltios of
Honolulu. Slzo of Iota C0 x 178 foot.
TIiobo lots aro improvod and nlcoly laid
out with fruit and ornamontal troos.
For furthor Information apply to
GKAIt, LANSING & CO.,
1092-tf 210 King Btroot
For additional Shipping News see sertnth pa'fre.
Diamond Head HI mini Btatlon. .Tan
3, 1 p 111 Weather cloudy, wind light
Weather IJurcau, Punaliou, Jan 3.
Temperature Morning minimum,
Go: Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer, 0 a m, .10.00 ailing.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 In.
Humidity at 0 a m 70 percent.
1 10.35 8.20
8 1.27J 1.48
Tho Standard time whlstlo hounds nt
121i. 0m. 0s. fnihlnlght;,' Greenwich
time, which Is Hi. 30in. p. in. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVKMKNTS OF STI5AMEHS.
Steamers due anil to sail today ami
for tho next six days nrs as follows:
Steamers From Duo
Alametia San Francisco Jan 4
Mariposa Sydney Jan 4
Nippon Marti okohamn ran 0
Kiuau Hawaii and Maul-....-. Jan 7
Lelina Molokal and Lauai Jan 7
Chludlne Maul Jan 8
W Q Hall Knual Jan S
Mauiia Loa Maul and Hawaii ...Tan 10
Upolu Kohala and Koua Jan 13
Steamers For Sails
Maul Maul Jan 3
W O Hall Knual Jan 3
Lehua Molokal and L,niml Jan 3
Kououra Maru Yokohama Jan 3
Alameda Sydney Jan 4
Mariposa San Francisco Jan 4
Nippon Maru Sail Francisco. ..Jim 0
Sunday, Jan 1
Stnir AValalcalo, Green, from Hana
ninulu. Stnir Kilohaua, Tlionipson, from
Stnir Iwalatii, Gregory, from Ku
kulhaclo. Tuesday, Jan 3.
l!r lik Dominion, llurqulMh, from
Xuwcastlo, X W
Hr hk Anauila,Hanler, fronl Liver
pool via Montevideo.
Am sehr Alice Cooke, I'enhallow,
from Port Townend.
lr S S Tartar, 1'ybus, from Yoko
Saturday, Doo 31.
Am schr Transit, Jorireiisou, for Ban
ltr nliip Kutorpo, State, forAilelaido
Nor bk Kautatii, Andorson, for Vic
toria In Imllast.
Suntlay, January 1.
USUO McUullooli, Hooper, San
Tuesday, Jan 8.
Stnir Maui. Freeman, for Lahal-
nn, Knhului, Kcanae, Haua, llninna
nud ICipahulu at 6 i 111, in Claudluo'ri
Stnir Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, In Kliiau'd placo.
Stmr Leluia, Bennett, for Molokal
and Lanal at . p 111.
Himr Manna 1.0a, rjimerson, ior
Muiiland Hawaii lioris.
Stmr Kcauliou, Moahcr, for Hana-
Stnir W G Hall, Haglund, for Elo
'Je, Hanapcpe, Xawlllwill, amlKoloa
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapan at 4 11 in.
Stnir Mlkaliaia, '1'lionlpsoil, tot
Waluicaaud Kckaha lit 4 )i 111
Stmr Noeau, l'etlersoi, for Haua
nvaulu Stnir J A Cuninilns, Seare, for
VESSELS LEAVING TOUOBROW.
Stmr Kauai, Uruhn, for Lahalna
and Kaauapall at 4 p in.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Aloha is nlongstdo tho "W
G Hall taking on sugar,
Tho Maui takes tho Claudino
route today, atartinc at C o'clock.
Tho Alameda from San Fran
cisco and tho Mariposa from tho
Colonies, aro both duo tomorrow
Tho American schooner Tran
sit, Jorgenson master, sailed for
San Francisco with a cargo of
1-1,925 bags of sugar.
Tho Claudino took tho Kinau's
route today as tho latter is to bo
laid up a couplo of trips for re
pairs and a cleaning.
Tho Elou is back again on duty
and Captain Freeman is a happy
man onco more, As soon as his
boat took tho place of tho Elou,
troublo began. An average of
four vossoIb a day was about his
Freight from tho Nuuanu was
being delivered yesterday. No
othor Bhip along the watorfront
was workincr. T H Davies & Go.
did this to clear tho Irmgard wharf
of tho lnrgo amount of freight that
uas collected mere.
Don't Waste Time
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 of the Big Shoe,
For Maui ntul Hawaii ports, per
etrar MnunaLoa, Jan 3 Mrs O II
Dickoy, O W Baldwin, E G For
roia, N W Griswolcl, W Lichten
berg, A Young and wife, T 1?
Dredge, Mr Hymnn, Mrs L M
Vctlleson, W V Harraonsou and
wife, O "W Dont, Mrs Scrimgor,
Mrs Murdock, Miss Brocldo. Mr
Hennques and wifo, Miss Lucy
Pcabody, Dr MoWayno, Mise
Marcos, II T Mills and -wire, Mif s
M Iloopor, W Hooper, Goo Olark.
POINTS ON MEAT QUESTION.
Continued from Pago 1.
out and allowod to go on breeding.
What is tho consequonce. Tho
laws of nnturo coma in and tho
result is the samo as in tho case of
"Millor & Lux, among tho
largest cattlo raisers in the Stuto
of California, change their bulls
every few yoors, taking groat
caro to cot completo out-
crosses or bulls of ontirely different
families, though of the samo blood
or breed. Toko up any stock
papor and you will see they all
agree that it is better not to breed
at all than to brood to a scrub or
"Had tho different ranches im
ported throughout bulls, say ton or
nltcon voars nco and clianccd
them as I hnvo suggested, thoro
would not bo tho great shortago in
boef cattlo thero is today. Blood
will toll, and you can get heavier
and bettor meat cattlo by tho above
method than breeding to grades
or scrubs. Tho herds have boen
coina baokward instead of for-
WUrU. At lUttOO It oumv P'-icr
longer to rnalure and fatten than
it does a woll brod ono, and it also
takos moro fsou to do it. You
can raiso Slid send to market three
well bred steors on illS 8hmo el
that it would tako to maturo 0b(i
aud one half scrubs; that iato say,
you can put as many again well
brod steers in tho market, under
tho very same conditions.
"The brood of .cattle on tho Isl
ands has run to horns and hides
. i. as a nnriiM nio.u
and a poor quality ot both those.
"Three years ago 1 induced tho
noonlo for whom I nm working to
lmnort a lot of bolls. After the
calves came, thov saw thi differ
onco and so I was sent for .anothor
lot this vear. I think I mh ke no
misstatement when I say tbM '8
ranch has imported moro tln'r
oughbrod bulls (forty hoadj iv"
tho past four years than any two
ranches on tho Islands nnd I foel
suro that tho good work will be
"Now, mind you, I do not moan
to say that with proper breeding
there could bo enough cattle
raised on tho Islands to supply
tho demand but what I have en
deavored to got at is that, had tho
difforont rnnohos paid moro atten
tion to breeding and loss to the
dividends from tho herds, tho
situation would bo quito different
today. The result has been soen.
Tho only thing for tho ranches to
do now is to profit by oxperi-
11ICARD At the Maternity Home,
January 2nd, 1609, to tho wifo of
Joseph llicard, a son.
FLOUR At Kekaha, Kauai, on De
cember 10, 189S, to the wifo
1 lohr, a son.
Morgan's Land Sale.
Tho undorMtrnod oirra for mlo at
Eight 0? the finest
Residence Sites in the
host residence district
Thoso lots oxtond from tho Govorn
mont ltosorvatlon at tho Muklkl l'ump
lng Station, nlong Hastings street und
tho Mnuoa road, ninl for tho most part
faco tho grounds of Punaliou Collogo,
bolng a division of tho Judd Trait.
Thoso lota contain from 1 to 2 acres
onch, and aro elegantly sttuatod In rofor
onco to sconory and honlthfulnoss.
Lot 1 has n frontage on Mnklkl
Htreot, contains i acios.
Lot 2 fronts on Mnklkl nnd
Hastings utrocls, nnd adjoins tho prop
erty of fr. a. V. Wlhlor, on which Is
bolng oroctod nu olcgiuit rosldoneo, con
tains 1 aero.
Lot 4, on Hastings fstrcot, ad
joins tho G. 1 Wildor proporty, con
tains 1.31 ncro.
Lot 5 Is an dopant lot, and
fronts on Hastings stroct and tho Manoa
road, contains 1.10 aero. SOLD.
Lots 0 and 7 nro on tho Manoa
road, and faco tho grounds of Funahou
Collogo, contains 1.24 aero and 1.22 ncro.
Lots A and 11 aro at tho ond of
tho tract, on tho high ground overlook
ing tho Punaliou grounds, nnd com
mand an oxtonded vlow of Manoa Val-
loy , Diamond Head, the harbor and city,
ovor 2 acros cauli,
A MAP OP THK PltOPr.UTY can bo
soon at my salesroom, 3.J Quoon btroot,
whero all furthor uoodod Information,
can bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
When the very best Bicycle rroJuceJ In America Is
quoted at $50, you may be sure that rock bottom hat
been reached. 1 venture to predict that an end has
come to those annual reductions thathave so demoral
ised trade. Only the finest of equipments, with rlcl-l
economy ol management, can produce such a marvel
of cheapness as a standard American Ulcycle at the
prices quoted In advance for '. Do not look for any
more 'sweeping reductions. Capital must have fair
returns, and the American artlian will have good
A few more second hand Dikes at $15. also New
Guvantt-ed ll'cycles at $10; only a few left.
Illcycles kept In running order and punctures re-
l -iff. .1. t. . (A. .11 Itl. ! a.
, ILEVS HONOLULU CVCLEUV
231 King Street.
House Lot on Xalll street, at KallM,
F House and Lot at Kallhl 400 x 100,
House and Lot on Younc street: im
uji ai namoiuilll. apoui yi acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 73x115.
Three Lots opposite McKee Island,
next to Macdonald's.
Tour Lots Kapahulu Tract. Size 50 x
H. K. KEOHOKALOLE and
15 KAAHUMA2JU Si.