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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY G, 1899
ARRIYAL OF NIPPON-MARU
4f Jf. In Ibii column mil hurled altfcenlt
ninSS altnefirtt intertion: to centt second inter
lion; fo cents a ueek and d cents a month. Ibis it the
cheapest adverttst ng ever offered Ibe people of Honolulu.
Boat That Hade 17 34 Kaots
Her Trial Trip.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVB a West DUInfectlne
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 1069.1m
HE' j- l
From the Tool Room.
The Little Nails: Oh, Uncle U Mr. Hammer has Invited us to take
a drive 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 6ne 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 1 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 fairly Into the wood.
TOOLS of all kinds, for Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Engineers, Con
tractors, &c, are sold at low prices by
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
si His Wants but Little here below,
Wor Wants that Little Long."
Do vou WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Horse?
Do you WANT a Room?
Do you WANT a Husband?
Do you WANT a Cook?
Do you WANT a Bicycle?
Do you WANT a Girl?
Do you WANT a China Boy?
Do you WANT a Wife?
Do you WANT a Good Time?
Do you WANT Health?
VANTS it cents a line the first Insertion;
zbe &ee onJ ia cents a week . o cents
the (vconj 30 cents a week
;a cents a month
WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
XSrHousekeepers, we can filla
E3your rooms; losers of proper-"!
BiTty, we can find it; owners"a
jpfirof articles desiring to ex-"a
cSTchange them, we can do it."1
M) V DECORATING AND NATURAL
fcfti 23 WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
3076 Next to Polloo Station
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
including corner of Beretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREYV.
P. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, II. I.
snd floor Honolulu I'lanlng Mill. mo
T! you want your Carriage or Pbtcton
lU'p.Urcrt or Trimmed, call on "
900 Alakea fttreot, between
Itatnblor A gouts.
At the Sign
pf rain get out your umbrella, but If
come and see us. BEST METAL OR
GLASS SIGNS IN THE WORLD-plaln
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
busv all the time on nlans for new floors.
Our GRILLES are also In demand.
Leiers & Cooke,
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, I5c "
We DON'T lend money
'to Newspaper Reporters.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
CASTLE & COOKE,
The Cwa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co , Lid.
The Kohala Sugar Co
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co,
The Koloa Agricultural Co,
The Onomea bugar Co,
The I ulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. I . Wake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co, of Doston,
The Etna I Ire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn.
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
GEORGE A. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Notary Public and conveyancer,
206 Merchant Street.
Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements, and other docu
ments drawn on and after Monday, the 9th of Jan
uary, a. u. IS9Q
Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Honolulu, January 4, 1899. do
Package Delivery Co.
Will Take Your Trunks to Any
Purt of the City fop 25c
T. L. GERARD, Manager.
SOLICITOK-A first-class Business Solicitor Is
wanteJ. Apply X, Uullet'n office. tttt
DOOKKEEI'ER-WanteJ In If Mo. a competent book
U keeper. AJircss application, with references, to
P. O. Box :83. 1106-iw
PURNISIIED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
I Square; with electric lights. Address O. K
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 leee. St Andrews I'rlorv. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other nubile Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. toog-im
WANTED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Klnir and
Alakea streets. toivtf
f ANTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15 cents, at
610K Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
loji-tf H. JEFFS, Proprietor.
COR SALE HANDSOMEST natural-styled young
r DRIVING HOUSE on Islands. Inr sale chein.
Very speedy, sound, gentle for lady, and Is a beauty.
Recently Imported, (jond reasons for selling. Ad
dress ' Clipper," this office. mo-it
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to If. G. Wart. Fort St. noj-lf
' Mrs Manna's.
ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergktrom
Music Co , Tort street. 1067
EST tj cent meal In town. Try It and be con
' vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. soar.
I OST-A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen--
teri between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. tioS-am
PASS-BOOK LOST, Pass Book out. In favor
' of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward by leaving sane at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noi-tf
I OST A small BAY MARE with white face) bears
L. the mark "W. R." Reward will be offered If
returned to City Feed Store, 1009-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN. Same
can be had by calling at this office and paying
cost of advertisement.
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co.. Agents. 1069.1m
YANKEE IN MANILA
George H. Fuller, the young
Buffalo lawyer who went to Mani
la on the transport Newport ap
pears to have "struck a snap in
Manila." Fuller whs on the Ad
vertiser ntnff for a short time and
came to the conclusion that tbo
Philippines offored bettor oppor
tunities, so went off on short
By today's steamer from the
Orient, Mr. Fullor's friends re
ceived copies of an eight page
American paper, "Freedom."
Mr. Fuller is the editor in chief
and one third owner. The papor
was started by somo of tho
soldiers, but they were forced to
withdraw on account of army du
ties. Mr. Fuller in his editorial
announcement states that he will
soon issue the paper daily and that
tho proposition is in the field to
In his letters Fuller says he
will bo tbo second American to
open a law office, and that real
estate and business prospects aie
Item In Ragletry Case
Walanaa La nil a.
Lincoln D. Spencer by his at
torneys, Kinney, Ballou & Mo-
Olanahnn, was filed a motion to
quash tho answer of F. B. Mo
Stocker to tho alternative writ of
mandamus for procuring a regis
ter for tho ship Euterpe. Among
tho reasons for the motion it is
alleged that the answer is frivo
lous and evasive, that it sots up
inconsistent defenses, that it is
ambiguous and uncertain, etc
Lincoln L. McOandloss has
brought an aotion to quiet
title against Solomon Maholona,
the Waianae Go. and Ealama for
lands at Waianao.
J. F. O. Hagons, administrator
of the CBtato of Eealoba Iuko, de
ceased, has petitioned for leave to
sell real eBtate.
Cltlxena Guard Range.
J. Batchelor announces that the
Citizons Guard ranges at Makiki
and Iwiloi will bo opon on Satur
day and Sunday. Somo of those
expected at the range havo forgot
ten the ranges of late and tho an
nouncement is made by way of
Sbe Is 431 Feet Long and Has Gross Ton
nage of 6046.98 Sailed From South
Shields September 7, 1898.
Tho S. S. Nippon-Maru of the
Toyo Kiaon Eaisha or Oriental
Steamship Go., arrived in port
early this morning after a pleas
ant trip from Yokohama. Tho
Nippon-Maru will sail for San
Francisco at 12 noon tomorrow.
Tho new steamor is tho first of
tho Toyo Risen Eaisha's boats.
Sho sailed from South Shields
September 7, 1898, and called at
Port Said, Colombo, Singapore,
and then, Ohineso and Japanese
ports. This is her first trip and
her record so far, has been a good
one. While, in point of comfort
and the various accomodations
she is not up to the mark of some
of tho Pacific Mail and O. & O.
tic S. boats, still she is a vory
superior packet, being roomy and
cool and fitted up with all the
Tho gross tonnogo of the
Nippon-Maru is G047.0S and her
net tonun'ge 3302.07, whilo her
length over all is -131 feet. The
new Bteamer made 17 3-4 knots on
her trial trip and, whilo Bhe has
not been pushed from tbo time
sho sailed from South Shields, it
is believed that she can do bettoi
The officers of the Nippon-Maru
are as follows:
Commander, Fred R Evans.
Obief officer, J Tate.
Second officer, A P Blanohard.
Third officer, Y Yamamoto.
Fourth officor, N Fujita.
Purser, Wm H Maaee.
Froight Clerk, Wm'H Hales.
Chief Engineer, Herbert H
Second Engineer, Ohas Qleddon.
Third Engineer, roter John
stone. Fourth Engineer, Fred O Howb
ajoe. Surgeon, S Eubo. "
Chief Steward, Ohas T Rams-
I There nro in all. 180 emnloves
on the ship. Of this numbor, 20
are Europeans. 140 Japanese and
Tho Nippon-Maru brought one
cabin pasaengor, 23 Chinese and
483 Japanese for this port as well
as a cargo of COO tons of general
merchandise, alio will- take on
500 tons of coal bofore sailing for
San Francisco tomorrow.
Her passengers are as follows:
G Kunst. Through: Robert L
Officer, W J Stark, A Q Gaugh
ran, A O Roberts, O Lacku, J D
Brooks, J O Waybright, J Mc
Eonzie, O J Guetten, J W Nioson.
L I Wilmer, A G Wright, J
Eoith, L Roeethal, Dr Crawford
U S N, E Von Geldor, Mrs Green
and daughfer, W Czoinski and
wife, Geo S Becke, F Walkor, Mr
and Mrs Inoaye, iu Lt Curtis.
Senor Morto, Senor Lowde, Senor
Among tho through passengers
on the Nippon Maru are Senor
Morto, Senor Lowdo and iSenor
Luud, three mombers of Acaiunl-
do's Cabinet who are on their way
to Washington with a secret mis
sion, tho purport of which they
refuse to give out. Tbo three
Filipinos, speak English well
but are singularly hard of hearing
when one touches on their mis
There aro in all fourteen mili
tary men aboard. One of those is
a regular army man, and another,
a signal corpB volunteer. Tho
remainder faro regulars whoso
time has run oat. Dr. Crawford
is a naval officer going homo on
Wm. H. Magee, tho pursor, has
been quito ill for tho last three
days and, on that account; has
been unablo to attend to bis duties
as ho would liko. Ho has been
?reatly assisted by tbo obliging
reight clerk, W. H. Hales.
Funeral or II. D, Walbrldge.
The funeral of tho late Russell
D. Walbridgo takes place from St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 3 o'olock.
Rev. Alox. Mackintosh conducts
the services. Fall bearers aro: O
G. Trapbagen, L. M. Vetlosen, F.
M. Swanzy, Wm. Haywood, J. G.
Spencor, J. F. Oolburn, A. Dames
ana Jlarry Whitney.
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 j and the quality Is superior, and
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 op the Big Siioe,
For additional Shipping Newt M teventh page. I
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jnn
0, 1 p in Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Puuahou, Jan 0.
Temperature Morning minimum,
03; Midday maximum, 77.
Barometer, 0 am, 00.05 steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 in.
Humidity at 0 a m 70 percent.
Thursday, Jan 5.
Rtmr Kciiuhou, Moahcr, from Ha
naniaulu. Friday, Jan 0.
S S Xlppon-Maru, from China and
Friday, Jan 0.
Stmr Noeauj Podorson, for Maka
well, Waimea and Kckaha at 4 pm.
Stmr Kouuhou, Mosher, for Hana
lei at 0 pm.
VESSELS LEAVINd TOMORROW.
S S Nippon-Maru, Evans, for San
Francisco at 12 m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Anamba hae haulod in
alongride tho Irmaard wharf to
The mules brought bv tho Ta-
coma have all beon discharged and
are now in the pasture in Iwilei,
near Ouhu jail. Discharging of
supplies and other materials for
tho Quartermasters' Department
began this afternoon.
OltKGON AND IOWA.
Itllf Itecrptlon Given the Ualllralilix at
New York, Doc 29, A dispatch
to tho Herald from Lima, Peru,
Bays: United States Miuistor
Dudley will give a breakfast to the
commanders of the Iowa and
Oregon tomorrow. On Friday
the Graco Company will give a
tnatiueo to COO and on January
5th the Americans and their
friends will givo the crows of tho
warship's a breakfast. Crowds
visit tho ships daily.
m m em
Tlic Bulletin, 76c per month.
Beretania Street School
It being necessary to move the present
school building In order to make room for
the new building about to be erected, the
Beretania street school will not reopen
until the morning of Wednesday, January
By order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
10 Per Cent, Reduction!
On and aftor this (Into thoro will bo a
REDUCTION OF 10 PEU CENT, on
our Gouorators and Calcium Carbide.
l6TCaU and examine ACETYLENE
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co,
M. f I. KOIIN, Managor.
Sale pf Lease of Govern
ment Lot No. 59, Es
planade.HonolulUjOahn On. Monday, February 6, 1899, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the
Executive Building, will be sold at public
auction the lease of Government Lot No.
59, Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
Term 30 years.
Upset rental $480 per annum, payable
quarterly In advance.
This sale Is upon the conditions provid
ed for In Sections s and 4, of Act 7, of the
Laws of 1896, viz:
Section 2. Every such lease shall con
tain a covenant on the part of the lessee
that he shall during the first four years of
the term of the lease, cause to be erected
upon the leased property a fire proof build
ing of brick, stone or metal, In a work
manlike manner, satisfactory to the min
ister at not less than a stated cost, and
shall keep the same suitably Insured at not
less than two-thirds of Its value, for the
benefit of the lessor; and shall keep such
building In good repair during the remain
der of the term of the l&ise. reasonable
use and wear thereof only excepted, and In
case of damage or destruction of such
building by fire shall make good such loss
or damage by the necessary repairs or re
construction, or else surrender the Insur
ance to the lessor.
Section 4. Every such lease shall also
contain a covenant on the part of the lessor
that upon the request In writing of the
lessee or his representatives, before the ex
piration of the term thereof, the premises,
with the Improvements, shall, If all the
conditions to be performed by the lessee
have been satisfactorily performed, be put
up at auction for a lease for a term of not
over twenty years, unless said premises
shall be required for public uses, of which
the lessee shall receive at least one year's
notice. Such auction sale shall be held
not more than sl' months nbr less than
one month before the expiration of said'
The cost of building to be erected In ac
cordance with Section 2, as above, to cost
not Jess than J8000.
The material to be used for the erection
of said building to be of brick or stone.
Map of this lot can be seen at the Inter
ior Department, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 4, 1899.
In the Supreme Court of the
ORDER FOR A SPECIAL TERM,
By virtue of the statute In such cases
made and provided, and deeming It nec
essary to the promotion of justice, It'ls
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
excepted. 1 4 '
By the Court:
Clerk Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid, this third
day of January, 1S99.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
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