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THE EVENJLMl WUHJVl'iJN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY '9, 1BJ9.
By the "Nuuanu":
Tropic Engine and Cylinder Oil, Tropic Dynamo oil,
Pitch, Waste, Wheelbarrows, Lanterns, Handles all kinds ;
Shovels, Picks and Mattocks, Hoes, Water Pipe, Bar Iron,
'Galv nlzed Sheet Iron, Road Scrapers, Pipe Fittings Galvan
ized and Black-; Fodder Cutters, Turpentine, Benzine, Metalic
Paint, Wrapping Paper, Steel, Oakum, Sheathing Felt, Nails,
Spiki-s, Staples, Wire, and about everything else that should
come to a well regulated hardware store.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Hy virtue of a Writ of Execution IssueJ
out of the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit, Republic of Hawaii, on the 22nd day
December, A. D., 1898, against W. H.
Winchester, defendant, and In favor of the
' Hawaiian Hardware Company, Limited,
plaintiffs, for the sum of Five Hundred
thirty-three and 90-100 Dollars ($533.90),
1 have levied upon and shall expose for
sale at 4he Station House, Kalakaua Hale,
in W strict of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Haw- l.'M Islands, at 12 o'clock noon of
Wednt-Jay, the 25th day of January,
A. D. 1899, to the highest bidder, all the
right, title and interest of the said W. H.
Winchester, defendant, in and to the fol
lowing described property, unless such
judgment, interest, costs, and my expenses
be previouslo paid, viz:
!. Thoe certain lots of land In the
Ktltio Tract, 35, 36, and 37, conveyed to
him i deed of W. C. Achl and C. B.
.'.Tint tract of land situate on the
Makai side of Quarry Street, conveyed to
him by W. E. Foster, Trustee.
Both the above premises arc subject to a
mortgage to W. R. Castle, Trustee, and
that the taxes on same for he year 1898
are still unpaid.
Full particulars In regard to the above
described property can be had by applying
at the Office of the Deputy Marshal.
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
. , Honolulu, Oahu, Dec. 23, A. D. 1898.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
jWe DON'T lend money
'to Newspaper Reporters.1
P. I VOELLER I CO.,
CASTLE & G00KE,
AGENTS FOR '
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar MIM Co. ,
The Koloa AgrlCMltural Co.
The Onomea Sugar Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. p. HlaUe Steam Pumps.
ThjNr- LnglandLlfelnsuranccCo.of Hoston,
The I tna Tire Ins, Co. of Hartford, Conn.
TIit Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received at the office of
Bruce Waring & Co., Progress block,
until 4 p. m., Tuesday, the 10th Inst., for
the removal of the cottage, 614 Fort street;
to Kawalahai) street, Kewalo. Hill parti
culars cm be had at rooms 7 and 8, Pro
gress tluck. We do not bind ourselves to
accept tlu lowest or any bid.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 6, ic-iy.
To-diiy's Honolulu Stock
C. Brewer & CoIt,oo9,oooio,ooolfi,ooo,oacJ
Am Sup'rCn AV,
i.wa riant n
a 0110,000 30,000
Haw'n Ajr. Co
Haw'n Su Co!
Monomu Su Cot
Hon oka a S Co
Haiku Su car Coj
k'nhutm ll'n "V
f.nnn.mn 9n firm
l.Bmnm iR firm
Onomea Su Coj 1 ,000,000' 10,000
OokalaSP'nCol 500,000' 5,000
viuwaiu v.om y 150,00a 1,500
racmc su mhi 500,000 5,0.-0
I'ala Plant'n Coj 750,000 7500
rrpeeKeoduuo 750,000 7,500
Pioneer Mill Co 1,135.00011,350
Walluku Su C
WllJcr S S Co
Haw'n Dec Co.
-Mutual Tele Co1
lion J t,
At I2mma Hciuare.
The band will play the follow
ing procrnm nf muoio iu Emmii
sqmiro this ovi-uiuij, liom'nninn at
Overture Tho Ro.nl to Olory King
Fantasia Tins Pcast of LiinteniH..
Grand Selection Die Walk. ioro.
(0.) Sweetheart's Agnln
rue iMitiscH Itulllna.
Melo Lnhul Hawaii
Mm I Alapal.
The Idol of My Heart
Mr. 1 runic iostor.
Cornet Solo Not So Kasy (new) ..
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection The Geisha Jones
Fantasia Ln Grnzlosn Nehl
March The Serontiilei-B...."..... Herbert
The HtnrSpaiiglod Banner.
The person holding the Ticket No. 232
has not presented It, consequently I shall
have to have a SECOND DRAWING,
which will takeplace SATURDAY EVEN
ING, the 14th. All persons holding tickets
will please call on that evening, at 8 0 clock.
ni2-2t M. E. KILLEAN.
Having sold my branch store at Holu
nloa, N. Kona, Hawaii, to T. Shlbayama,
I herebv give notice that said T. Slilba-
vania assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will collect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIMURA.
January 1st, 180,9. J 'J3jLw
1 hereby give notice that 1 have this day
bought from S. Klmura his branch store at
Holualoa, N. Kona, Hawaii. 1 will pay all
accounts owing by said store up to January
1, 1899, and all accounts owing to said
store will be collected by me.
'GEOBG-E A. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
206 Merchant Street.
Deeds, Mortgages, Agreunents, and other docu
ments drawn on and alter Monday, the cjth of Ja-
uary. A. 11. itw
itieu Ifuurs from o a. m. to s D. m.
Honolulu, January 4, i8jq.
f E. N. OTHEMBA,
Wood Caivin? and Polishing.
I.C5Suns Given In
.Fancy Wood Carving.'
TORT STUEET, HONOLULU. II. I.
and floor Honolulu I'lanmi; Mill. 1110
VVS'f''' t '' cotumn wilt instrttJ atifetntt
lr)5ft attntf.rtt instrtion; to ttntt tteondinttr
tion; ?o ctntt a utel and fo ttntt a month lbt it tbt
tbeapitt adi tr thing evtr ojftrtJ tbt peopit of ttonotulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE West Dltlnftctlne
Machine put In your closet or cesspool, nd
Mvt sickness, California FeeJCoA(tents. icj-im
FURNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
Square 1 with electric lights. AJJress O. K.,
nANl ED Several SMALL COYS. Apply at
rionoium messenger service, corner Mng ana
Alike streets. 1067-tl
J ANTED 500 Men to net Shaved (or 15 cents, at
' orv? rpn
: street, ornoslte the Ctub Stabll
11. Jtrrs, proprietor.
THE PUnLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lepe. St. Andrews Prlnrv. Oihu I'rltnn. O.hu
Insane Asylum, anJ other public Institutions, use our
(.hioro-naptnoieum wiiii treat success, (.aiirornia
Feed Co., Agents, 1069-im
PR SALE-Onc SIIII'MAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulan, Tort St. noj-tf
COR SALE-DOOKS ON
MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Uergstrom
Music Co., Tort street. 106
DEST ascent meal In town.
Trv It arid be con
Llnd'a Excelsior Restaurant. 1041,
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-
L. ter: between WdllMhjtutu HrlJtre iinj AIaimI Sf.
Return to this office. i ioS-am
DASS-HOOK LOST.-Pass Book out, In favor
' of Wm. Crawford, his been lost. I Inder wilt
receive suitable reward bv leaving same at the ofdeo
,WAIIAN-CIIINCSE NEWS. noa-tl
I OST A small BA MARC with white face; bears
I- the mark "W. R." Upward will bo offered If
returned to City Feed Stun-
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FOUND Sigma Oil - ulege 1'raternlty PIN. Same
can be had by catlln;: at this office and paying
cost of advertisement. 1080
WE RENT tV West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Heatl Sltrnal Station, Jan
0, 1 p in Weather clear, wind high
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jan 0.
Temperature Morning minimum,
05; Midday maximum, "(!.
Barometer, 0 a m, Su.lS steady.
Bal until, do, 0.00 In.
. Humidity at 0 a m 00 percent.
-r 5" 1
! 1.5 1
Tuesday 10- 2:37
Wedialay.. .. 11 30
Thur-iiy 12. 4100
FrM j 13 4.37
0.05' 12.02 11.30
M7 0.GC 12.28.
The Standard time whtatle Rounds at
12h. Oni. Os. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is lh. 30m. p. 111. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Sut unlay, Jan 7.
Stmr Claudlne, Canijcron, from Ma
Am bk S C Allen, Johiituui, from
Schr Mokulele, Townsonil, from Hn-
Stmr J A CummLns. Scnrlc, from
Sunday, Jan 8.
Stmr Man I, Freeinan, from Hawaii
m hk St Katherlne, Matthews,
Stmr lValanl, Gregory, from Ho
nokaa. SUiirr ICUohaua, Thompson, from
Stmr Knunl, Itrultn, from Laha
lua and Kaaunpall.
Stnir W G Hall, Hnglund, from
Sntunluy, Jan 7.
Jp 8 S KoMHiru-Maru, for Jaiian.
Am bktn Skagit, Itobertson, far
l'ortTowuseutl, in llallnHt,
iVm bk Wllnn. Slater, .for JPutrct
Sound, lu ballast.
Am schr Aloha, Dabol, for San
Monday, Jan 0.
Stmr James Makee, TulleU, for
Kapaa at 4 p m.
Stmr Wnlalealo,, Green, forKllauca
ut 4 p in.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Nnwlllwlll and Hauamnulu at 4 p m.
Stmr Kauai, llruhii, for Lahaina
mid Kmuiapall at 4 p m.
VKSSELB LEAVING TOMOIWOW.
Stmr Kiiinu, Clarke, for Maul ami
Hawaii ports at 11 a in.
Stmrlwnlanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
nntl Kukulhnelo at 10 a m.
Stmr.W G Hall, Hnglunil, for Ele
cle, Hnnapcpc, Knwllhvlll, nndKoloa
Stmr jraul, Freeman, for Luhal
na, Kahulul, Kcanao, Hana, Hamoa
and Klpahulu at 5 p in, In Claudlne's
Stmr Lchua, Bcnnott, for Molokal
anil Lanal at 5 p m.
Stmt K llohaua, Thompson, for Ka
uai at 4 p m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho W G Hall takos in Niihan
Tho Kilobaua from Koloa re
ports Elcolo plantation oloaned
Tho American sohonner Jobo
phine Bailed from Hilo for this
port, Dec 28.
The Archer sails for San Fran
cisco with a fall cargo of sugar
Tho Esther Buhno is taking
suaar from tho W Q Hall at tho
The American Bchoonor La Ni-
fn, Bouiftinin master, arrived in
Hilo Doc 28 with a cargo of lum
ber from Seattlo.
Tho Maui will sail nt 5 p m to
morrow in tho Olnudino's placo.
Tho wheel of tho latter steamer is
looso and it will bo necessary for
her to lay up one week to make
Tho Amoriran bark St Eathor
fne, Matthews master, arrived in
port Sunday with 1CD9 tons of coal
from Nanaimo, B 0. Sho is con
signed to H Hackfeld & Co.
Tho smart schooner Waialua
arrived in port from Hanalei this
morning with about a thousand
bngs of rico aboard. Sho will
sail ngnin for Hnnaloi on Wednes
day at 4 p m.
Tho AV G Hall reports as fol
lows on sugar loft on Kauai up to
Saturday afternoon last: K 0 M
1500, "Diamond" W -100, Mah
18G0, G & K 2550, E LP cleaued
out, K P MOO, H MG200.L P
-1G00, M 8 Co It 00. K S Co' 2500.
Total of 20,000 bngb.
Tho American bark S' C Allen,
Johnson master, arrived in port
lat- Saturday afternoon, 14 days
from San Francisco with' a cargo
of 1100 tons of go-nornl merchan
dise for T HTDavios & Co as well
as 493 hogs, 20 mules, horses
and 2 cows. A- pleasant' trip wns
The Iwalani arrived from Ha
makua Sunday. She makes tho
following report: Mauna Loo- has
3500 "Diamond" H
5500 H A Co. The
Kau ib very cood and
kua it is fine. The HA. Co has
1000 bags left and the H 8 Co tho
same number. The landings are
all in fair condition to work again.
Mtkalusli.li lUgular Porta.
Aftor tlii- the Mikahala will
have a r : dar route. Sho will
sail for MuKaweli and Waimea
every Friday at 5 p m., return
inc Thursday morning. On the
return, sho will call at' all ports
from Waimea to Koloa. This
will moke-things vory convenient
for mon who havo business on
Kauai. They can Rodpi Nawili
wili in the W. G. Hall, arriving
Wednesday mornings and take
the Mlkahala fom Koloa Thurs
day. The Hall will, hereafter, run
ouly as fur ns Eloolo.
SHELDON At IwJlol, Honolulu,
January 0, or convulsions from
teething, Sophia Puuwnlhanuuiin
Sheldon, the infant daughter of
Clms. A. mid Sarah, Sheldon, aged
Gcorco Bockloy, purser of tho
Claudine on her trip to Hilo,
,uaudod ovor to. Marshal Brown
this morning, tho money and
!effeots belonging to tho mnnBurko
whose suicide is reported in an
Lodge Le Progre3 do l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. A A. S. RITE.
Thoro will bo a special meeting of
Lodgo Lo Progros No. 124, A. and A. S.
Illto, ut Its hall, Masonic Tomplo,
TO-MORROW (Tuosday) EVENING
January 10th, at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Mombors of Hawullnn Lodgo, l'liulflo
Lodgo and all vlnltliig brethren uro cor
dially Invited to bo present.
Ry order of tho R. W. M.
1113 II. G. ORAHHE, Secrotary.
UUT BUY Yoyr
If you haven't seen our full line, which we have just received,
yon are missing a lot of good things.
LATEST STYLES, 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 the Big Shoe,
XX ITorfc street.
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTHER
HERSONS LIABLE TO . PAY
TAXES IN THE HAWAHAN IS
The Assessors of tfie Hawaiian Is-1
lands hereby give notice that their offices I
will be openfrom the FIRST TO' THE I
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JANUARY.'
Inclusive, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. (Sun
days and holidays excepted), and on
SATURDAYS until 12 noon, and all per
sons liable to be taxed In said Hawaiian
Islands, either In their own right or as
Guardian, Administrator, Executor, Trus
tee or otherwise, are required by law to
bring In to the Assessors, within the time
above specified, true lists of all their polls
and estates, both real and personal.
Your attention Is called to the following
regulations of the Board of Equalization
for the Assessment and Collection of
Taxes for the Hawaiian Islands:
No. 1 Value of land to be separate from
value of buildings and Improvements.
No. 2 In making a return,, state the
street and number of lots in town, or
lots In the country shall be- described
by noting the nama of the 111 or
Ahupuaa in which they are situated,
and the number of the Land Com
mission Award and Royal Patent un
der which the land Is held, and the
area. Also, state if any property has
been sold during the year, to whom
and for what price.
No. 3 Returns of Personal Property are
to be as of your books of January 1,
No. 4 Under Leasehold Interests a sched
ule must be given of all leases, their
term, rental and unexpired term.
No. 5 Growing crops of all kinds, not
specified above, are taxable. Grow
ing rice is to be assessed May 1.
No. 6 All Schedules attached tp this re
turn are a part thereof, and must be
filled out as follows:
Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop of
Cine," requires the following parttr
cul.'trs: No. of Acres. Description,
Value per Acre, and Estimated Yield
in Tons nl .iugnr of Crop Canes..
Schedule B entitled "Lands Leased,"
requires particulars as per rule' No. 4.
Schedule C Entitled "Lands held in Fee
Simple," requires particulars as per
rule No. 2. Also state Is the land in
Forest, Cane or Pasture,
Schedule D-Eutitled "Cattle-List," re-
quires number and value of working
and herd cattle, milch cows and bulls,
Schedule E Entitled "Information Re
quired In Estimating Aggregate Value
of Business Enterprise for Profit, re
quired by Section 68, Session Laws,
1896,." statement of past year's busi
ness. Amount gross receipts. I otal
actual running expenses. Amount net
profits. Number of tons of crop If a
sugar, coffee or rice plantation. Sales
of corporation stock. Name of ven
dor, name of vendee, number of
shares, price paid, number tons, esti
mated crop for the succeeding year.
Estimated aggregate value of business
No. 7 Consignments of Property vher
ever from, In or out of bonJ, are to
be taxed here.
No. 8 Personal taxes shall be paid by
every male Inhabitant of the Hawaii
an Islands between the ages of twenty
and sixty years, unless exempt by
Assessor of Oahu.
C. H. DICKEY,
Assessor of Maul.
NATHAN C. WILLFONG,
Assessor of Hawaii.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor of Kauai.
S. M. DA.MON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December 31, 1898.
The Minister- of Finance approves of
the following list of persons to act as
Deputy Assessors and Collectors for the
Oahu Alexander D.. Thompson
Honolulu Henry C. Ovenden
Ewa and Waianae Frank K. Archer
Walalua A. S. Mahaulu
Koolauloa William K. Rathbum
Koolaupoko No. 1 Henry C Adams
Koolaupoko No. 2 James Davis
Cahalna, Molokal and Lanal ' 1
C H. Dunn
Walluku William T. Robinson
Makawao W. O. Aiken
Hana .A. Gross
Hilo and North Hilo Geo. H. Williams
Hamakua William Horner
South Kohala Wllmot Vrcdenburg
North Kohala '. Eben P. Low
North Kona J. Kaelemakulo
South Kona H. John Ahu
Kau .William P. Fcnnell
Puna Henry J. Lyman
Waimea and Nilhau T. Brandt
Koloa Henry Blake
Llhue J.B. Hanalke
Kawalhau J. V. Neal
Hanalei W. E. H. Deverill
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December 31, 1898.
I - fl .'( N 81 1 VJ
....Jan. 14, 1899,
In uoimecijoii v i li tho rogttlnr
V, J. P. rOST.'Lotidor.
Rosorvod Soats on Halo ut Pacific Cyclo
it Manufacturing Co.'s.
Doors opon at 7:30.
Poriormunco at 8.
Rosorvod Chairs, OOo; gonornl ad
mteslou, 25o. lOSi
For Sale Chenp.
LODGING HOUSE, furnished com
pletej lease runs 1 year at 45 per month ;
Income $140.- This Is a bargain; reason
for selling Is Imperative: must be sold at
once. Price 950. For full particulars see
W. F.. BIVENS,
ui3-im 315 Fort St.
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