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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 4, 1899
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From the Tool Room.
The Little Nails: Oh, Uncle I Mr. Hammer has Invited us to take
a Jrlve 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
a rough, stubborn gang of outlaws, known 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 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 oven and beware
of that treacherous Mr. Hammer; he means to punch your heads for you
as soon as he gets you fairly 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,
Cor. Fort and Kine Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agonts.
Klllhty-ntx I)ont)i nil Korly-four,
Following is the mortuary re
port of Health Officer Reynolds
for the month of December: Total
deaths, 8G; mnlo,52; fomnlo, 31;
Hawaiian, -11; Chinese, 10; Port--Kuoao,
10; Japanese, 7: Great
Britain, 2; U S A, 7; othor nation
alities, 6. Thoro were 22 who
In Doeember '93, thero woro C5
donths; sarao month, '91, 7f; '95,
C3; '90, 51; '97, 81 and '98,80. The
death rato for December of 1898
was thou greater than tbo same
month for Ave years previous.
Tho annual death rate per 1000
for tin) mouth is 29.-1S. ITawaiians,
45.91; Asiatics, 18 51; all othors,
Tho causes of death were as
follows: Apoplexy 1, bronchitis
C, convulsions 2, consumption 10,
cholera infantum 1, cirrhosis of
limps 1, child birth 1, croup mem
branous 1, cancer 2, diarrhoea 5,
dyspepsia 1, dysentery 1, diseaso
of brain 1, erysipelas 1, ontoritis 1,
fever 1, typhoid fever 2, heart dis
easo 1, hemorrhage 1, inanition 2,
meningitis 2, old age 12, opium 1,
pneumonia 7, peritonitis 1, pyao
aula 1, paralysis 1, suicide 1, un
known 9. There wero 12 doatbs
in the first ward, 2G in tho second
25 each in tbo third and fourth
nd M iu tbo fifth. Throe of tho
xnmbor were non roaidents.
CITY OF UirrllLKIIKM.
At the Sign
Of rain get out your umbrella, but If
come and see us. BEST METAL OR
GLASS SIGNS IN THE NVORLD-nlaln
or Illuminated and 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
busvnll the lime on nlans for new floors.
Our GRILLES are also In demand.
Lews & Cuoke,
ftgAJt, in tbit column tvHt inutttd at if ctntt
kjGS a lintjint inttrtton; to ctntt tccond inttu
lion; fo ctntt a ctk and o ctntt a month 7 bit it tbt
cbtapttt advtrtiiinf tvtr ejftred tbt ptoftt of Honolulu.
E WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine nut In vour closet or cessDool
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save siuuiess. uamorma i eea uo,(flpenis(
ANTED-A strictly first-clMi SOLICITOR.
Aaaress l'. u. ifox 709. 1109-11
nOOKKEEI'tlJ-WnntcJ In llllo, a compHmt book'
- Kerer, Ajjress application, witn
P. O. Ilox 188.
FURNISHED ROOMS (or Gentlemen. near Thomas
1 Square; with electric lights. AJJrcjj O. K.,
THE PUIUIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
' lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu I'rlwn, Oahu
Insane Asylum, ani other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
heed Co., Agents. 1069-im
WANTED-Several SMALL DOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. ioo7tf
'ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved (or 15 cents, at
6iqM Fort stret. oopallte the Club Stables.
lojt-tf H.JEFrS, Proprietor.
1 OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen--
ter; between Walhakalulu Drldge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. 1108-2171
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book out. In (avor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. I Inder will
receive suitable reward by leaving same at the office
olthe IIAWAIIAN-CIIINLSE NEWS. uoa-tf
I OST A small BAY MARC with white face; bears
- the mark "V.. R." Reward will ba offered If
returned to City Peed Store, towtf
A LITE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Teed Co..
u HBH""" FOR SALE. 9 9
COR SALE-One SIMPMAN ENGINE In perfect
- order. Apply to II. G. Ulart. Fort St. noj-tf
' Mrs Manna's.
ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable (or chapel or residence. litre. trom
Music Co., Fort street. 106;
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
4, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Wenther Bureau, Punahou, Jan 4.
Temperature Morning minimum,
03t Midday maximum, 77.
Barometer, Oam, 30.10.
Rainfall, do, 0.32 In.
Humidity at 0 a m 08 pbrcout.
Wednesday, Jan 4.
OSS Mariposa, llaywartl, from
Stmr Upolu, Henutngscn, from Ko
na and Kohala.
Tuesday, Jan 3.
lir S S Tartar, l'ybus, for Van
couver. Wednesday, Jan 4.
Stmrlwalanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
Stmr Walaleale, Green, forKIlauea
at 3 p m. ,
Stim Kllohana, Thompson, for Ko
loa at 4 p m.
Stmr Kauai, Briilm, for Lahalua
and Kaanapall at 4 p m.
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, for San
Francisco at 0:31) p m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
cent meal In town. Try It and be con-
Linj s i-xceisior Kestaurant. 1041,
OLD CHINESE THEATER
WntUlkt Side, Anln Lane.
W. H. CRAWFORD Manager
C. L. CLEMENT
Cineograph Exhibition Go,
THIS EVENING !
ranorninlc View At St. I,"uls ('ollrse
From 7 to 9 o'clock Friday even
ing, there will bo nn entertainment
in tho hall at St. Louis College
1uat will bo well worth attending.
.Tho foaturo of the wholo thing
-will bo a panoramic view of Both
luhom which has just been com
pleted by the college teachors.
Tlrid fills tho wholo stage nud is a
Tiece ot workmansuip that is cor
Tbo city of Bethlehem, set on a
liill, is fitted with ibcandescent
liubtfl nnd at nicht time a boauti
iul effect is produced. Bound about
ro the pastures with shoep and
cattle and tho shepherds in various
attitudes. Itoaus run. hero and
there and trees show up on all
The piece upon which the most
-care was put is tho crib nr cave to
-the right where tbo infant Christ
lies in a cradle, with the wiso men
Hero and there fountains play
aud to the loft is a Hour mill with
.-a water wheel. Descending the
, -rom in front aro paek animals
i -carrying away tho products of tho
The teachers should bo very
j)rond of thoir work and a crowd
.should turn out Friday evening.
At that time a chargo of 25 cents
will be made. There will be music
:ln connection with the panoramic
riow. A froe entertainment will
(be given Sunday evoning.
-JANUARY A, 1800
Doors open at 6:30.
Chinese Drama to start at 7 and close at
. CIneograph exhibition from 9 to 11:30.
ADMISSION, 25c; children 10c.
FOUND-SlRtna Chi College rraternlty PIN. Same
can be had by calling at this olfice and palnc
cost of advertisement. 1080
WE RENT the West DlSINrECTINQ MACHINES
and keep them In order, (or a small monthly
rental, Calllornla Feed Co , Agents. to6o-im
GEORG-E A. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law.
Notary public! and conveyancer.
200 Merchant Street.
Deeds. Mortcaees. Acreements. and other docu
ments drawn on and after Monday, the 9th of Jan-
arv, a. 11. its?).
Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Honolulu, January 4, 189. 1109
Package Delivery Co.
Will take your Trunk to any part
of the city for 25c.
T. L. GERARD, Manager.
DECdRATING AND NATURAL
04 WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
MERCHANT STTIEET, ,
Next to Pollco Station
Jordan's branch storo on Quoen ft,, dur
ing tho holldnya, was lighted by us. An
al)8olutoly SAFE and reliable LiaUT.
Wo furnish TEMPORAllY LIQUTINCJ
for storos, rcildoncos, halls, cto.
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co,
M. M. KOH-N, Managor.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
BUT BUY YOUR
If you haven't seen our full line, which we have just received,
you are missing a lot of good tilings.
LATEST STYLES, too ; and the quality Is superior, and the
prices are very low for such qualities and styles.
GENTS1 TAN SEAL SKIN, TOILET.
GENTS' BLACK AND RUSSET ROMEOS.
GENTS' BLACK SEAL-SKIN, TOILET.
GENTS' BOX CALF, TOILET.
GENTS' GLAZED KID, TOILET.
GENTS' KUSSET CALF, TOILET.
Call at once, before the assortment Is broken.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign op the Big Shoe,
on run taiufp.
We DON'T lend money ;
to Newspaper Reporters.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Tbo British steamship Tartar
did not remain very long in port.
Sbo got in yesterday forenoon,
discharged her Japanese immi
prants and cargo and sailed for
Vancouver diroot in tho afternoon.
Tho OSS Mariposa, HiVword
commander, arrived in port short
ly after noon today, after a ploas-
ant trip from tho Colonies. The
pursor makoft tho following ro
port: Left Sydney, Dec 19 ot 5
p in; arrived Auckland, Deo 23 at
5 pm; loft Ausakland, Deo 24 at
5:30 d m: arrived Apia, Deo 28 at
1:30 p in and loft Apia, Doo 28 at
1 p m.
From tho Colonies, per OSS
Mariposn, Jan 4 Edwin McOlel
lan, O V liurria, T H Grant, Dr
and Mrs Leo. Through: G
13 rnnckor, S Drancker, Mrs Smith,
Mrs Hoed, Miss Eeed, J Dwikie,
Hamilton, Dennie, Mr and Mrs
H A Morrow, Col SandilandB, N
II lioid, Faterson, Mrs Price, Mrs
Jannin, Mrs Davios, child and
maid, Miss Hirstfrld, Mr and Mrs
Mullton, S E Brown, Watson,
R P Grear, Mr and Mrs J Ander
bgd, F Lewis, Mr and Mrs Edin
berg, F MoVickors.
For Maui ports, per stmr Maui,
Jan 3 Misses Alexander, Mrs H
Anderson and 2 boys, Antonio do
Sooza, Andrew Adams, L M
Whitehonpo J H Nishwitz, John
Wilson. B K Kawaiaea, wife and
child, R O Soarlo, Homer Nish
witz, Mrri Li MoArdlo, Miss Koist,
Mrs L A Oboy and ohild, Mrs R
O Searle, Mrs O H Dickoy, Mies
Vida, Miss Cornwell, Mrs Sordor
gron, G Tanaka, wifo and 3
From tho Colonies, por OSS
Mariposa, Jan 4 10 o drapery, 5o
crookory, 40 ba window glass, 1 o
photos, 1 o cigars, 1 o modioine, 9
ftkgs leather, GO o mullot, 22 o
imos, 1 o dry goods, loL goods,
4 o wine. 4 o preserves, lo cottons,
20 o ceneva. Consigned to the
following: W G Irwin & Co,
E Hoffsohlaeger & Co,
T Von Tempsky, D O Gamarinos,
G AndrewB, H Juolntyre.
DAMAGES IN lSJKCTJMKNT.
ai Oppoatil to
Tho fact that tbe tariff regula
tions of the United States aro
soon to apply hero means a great
deal to the importors of foreign
goods. Collector General Mo
Stocker was scon this morning
and, in answer to a question, im
plied that it would bo almost im
possible just now to toll just what
artiolos would have a higher tariff
placed on them by'tho going into
force horo of tho United States
regulations. Hero, thoro was an
ad valorom tariff as opposed to the
"epeciho" of the Unitod btates.
Eliminating all tho American
coods upon which a tariff is now
placed and substituting the Ding
ley for tho present Hawaiian
tariff, thoro would very probably
bo no falling off of roceipts in the
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Woman's Board of Missions
will occur at Central Union
Ohuroh on Tuesday, tho 3d day of
January, at 2:30 p. in.
Morgan's Auction Sales,
THUltSDAY, Jan. 5, 1899,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
In tho Progress Mock, cornor of Vort
and Bore to til a stroots, I will sell at Pub
lic Auction, a flno lino of
Turkish and Persian Rugs,
J AS. P. MORGAN,
Morgan's Land Sale.
In theSupremeCourt of the
ORDER FOR A SPECIAL TERM.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
'. The Executivo Counoil has au
' tthorized Superintendent Eowell
, to advertise for tenders for mate
rial to make tho wharf extensions
.recommendod by tho Chamber of
I' The two doserters from tho
f 3Jritish Bhip Dominion wero cap
'i turod near Moanalua by Harry
.Evans and others lust night.
Tuesday, January 17, 1899, being a
NATIONAL HOLIDAY, all Government
Offices throughout the Republic will be
closed on that day,
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 3, 1899.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
CASTLE & COOKE,
By virtue of the statute In such cases
made and provided, and deeming It nee"
essary to the promotion of justice, It is
ordered that a Special Term of the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Islands be held In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, In the Court
Room of said Court, Judiciary Building,
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. on Mon
day, the ninth day of January, 1899, to be
continued and held from the opening
thereof until and Including the eighteenth
day thereafter, Sundays and legal holidays
By the Court:
Clerk Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid, this third
day of January, 1899.
Tho umlorslgnoil offbrs for nalo at
Eight of the finest
Residence Sites in the
bost residence district
Thoso lota oxtond from tlio Govern
ment Rosorvatlon at tho Mukikl Pump
ing Station, along Hastings street unit
the Manoa road, nnd for tho most part
faco tho grounds of Punahou Collogo,
being a division of tho Judd Tract.
Thoso lots contain from 1 to 2 acros
each, and aro elegantly sltuatod In rofor
onco to sconory and hoalthfulnoss.
Lot 1 has a frontngo on Maklkl
Btroot, contains IX acros.
Lot 2 fronts on Maklkl and
Hastings stroots, and adjoins tho prop
erty of Mr. a. P. Wlldor, on which la
being oroctod an elegant rosldonco, con
tains 1 aero.
Lot 4, on Hastings street, nd
Joins tho a. P. Wlldor proporty, con.
The Cwa Plantation Co.
The Wolalua Agricultural Co ,
I ne itonaia sugar lo.
The Walamea bucar Mill Co,
The Onomea Su
the Koloa Agricultural Co,
The Unomea bugar Co.
The Pulton Iron works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. Is Wake Steam Pumps,
i-The New England Life Insurance Co, of Doston.
The Una I Ire Ins. Co, ot Hartford, Conn.
The Alliance Assurance Co, of London.
Motion lo DUmlM Appeal Juilffmnnl
Knterecl Pr'Hiaf, etc
Judgmout for $908.86, confessed
in favor of plaintiff, haa boon on
torod in Yim Quon vs. W. O.
Dr. F. L. Minor petitions for
tho appointment of David Dayton
ns administrator of tho estato of
Lorenzo Marie Harnmer,docoased.
Humphreys & Gear give notice
of motion before tho Su
preme Oourt to docket and dismiss
the appeal of defendant in J.
Hopp & Go, vs. B, K. Kane.
Honry Birch has brought an
oiectmen't Buit against Manuel
Thomas for land in the ili of Ku
kanaka, Eona, Oahu, with a olaim
of $5000 damages. A. N. Eopoi
kai and J. M. Eanoakua aro attor
neys for plaintiffs.
Strangers, consult The Bulletin's
In the Circuit Court, First
Circuit, of the Hawaiian
In the Matter of the Estate of Lorenzo
Maria Hammer, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
Petition having been filed by F. L.
Miner. M. D., a creditor, praying that Let
ters or Administration upon said estate be
Issued to David Dayton, notice Is hereb
In the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Oahu,
ivton. notice is nereov
Iven that FRIDAY, the 3rd day of FEB-
KY, A. U. IBOOii
e Judiciary Bulldl
said petition, when and where all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, If
any tney nave, wny said petition snoum
KUAKY, A. U. ihoo, at io o'clock a,
is appointed the time and place for hearing
Dated, Honolulu, January 4th, 1800.
By the Court:
tains 1.31 aero.
Lot 5 is
an ologant lot, and
fronts on Hastings stroot and .the Manoa
road, contains 1.10 acre. SOLD.
Lots 0 and 7 aro on tho Manoa
road, and faco tho grounds of Punahou
Collogo, contains 1.21 aero and 1.22 aero.
Lots A and B aro at tho ond of:
tho tract, on tho high ground ovorlook
lug tho Punahou grounds, and com
mand an cxtonded vlow of Manoa Val
ley, Diamond Head, the harbor and city,
over 2 ocjos oacli.
A MAP OF THE PROPERTY can bo
soon at my Bulosroom, 3:1 Queon Btroot,
whero all further noodod Information
can bo ohtalnod.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
Including corner of BeretaniaiSt.
Apply to J. T. McGREYV.
The ImU Car,
The last cars of tho Eing street
line going to Waikiki and Falama
pass tbe Anohor Saloon. Tho
cleverest mixologists in the city
aro there always to put you up
anything you may desiro. Drop
in and tako a drop boforoyou tako
tho car. The celebrated boattle
boor is to be had hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jesso Moore Whisky
etc., always on hand. Tho most
oxacting and rariod demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to ploaso its patrons.