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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 11, 1899
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,
Galvanized Sheet Iron, Road Scrapers, Pipe Fittings Galvan
ized and Black; Fodder Cutters, Turpentine, Benzine, Metalic
Paint, Wrapping Paper, Steel, Oakum, Sheathing Felt, Nails,
Spikes, Staples, Wire, and about everything else that should
come to a well regulated hardware store.
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia anil Ilnmblor Agouti.
" Man Wants but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
a China Boy?
a Good Time?
1 n you
WANTS i j cent a line the first Insertion; 10 cents
th? second joVents a ueek, 50 cents a month
What do you want?
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
XfTTHousekeepers, we can fill"a
jtSTyour rooms; losers of proper-a
tarty, we can find it; ownerstBa
KaTof articles desiring to ex-a
tSTchange them, we can do it.tJ5a
Jiiii! p. Procession
and airr in
' Tie Bii wien !
fr The Bulletin can satisfy J
all your WANTS. It has 3
established a WANT
C 0 L U A N
- gVe DON'T lend moneys .
J6to Newspaper Reporters.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 680. 11 09
In the Circuit Court, First
Circuit, of the Hawaiian
lit tlie Matter of the Estate of Lorenzo
Maria Hammer, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
deceased, lntest ite.
Petition having been filed by F. L.
Miner, M. D., a creditor, praying that Let
ters of Administration upon said estate be
Issued to David Dayton, notice Is hereby
given that FRIDAY, the 3rd day of FEB
RUARY, A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
in the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Oahu,
Is appointed the time and place for hearing
said petition, when and where all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated, Honolulu, January 4th, 1899.
By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
Pop -com Crisps I
THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPANY
HAS MOVED Into the premises lately
occupied by Mr. Joseph Tinker as a meat
market, on Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
A Full Supply of
Made Daily ! ",,"n
VfcAJl.intbit column uttt inserted at If eentl
r2 a line first insertion; to centt second inser
Hon; jo centt week and CO cent! a month, 7 bit it tbe
cheapest advertising ever offered tbe people of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE West Disinfecting
Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California IVeJ Co.,Agtnts. 1069.1m
TO LET-rURNISIIED HOUSE, centrally locateJ,
' to let for about six months. No children. Ad
dress P. II. M P O. Uox 404 nt4-tf
WE RENT the West DISINrECTINCl MACHINES
and keep them In order for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. tocg-tm
FURNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas.
Square: with electric tights. Address O. K
WANIED-Several SMALL DOYsT Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. io6?-tf
f ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for I J cents, at
W 610H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
11. jLi-r-a, rropneior.
THE PUBLfc TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholcum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents, 1069.1m
PR SALE-OneSHIP.MAN ENgTnD In perfect
order. Apply to II. Ci. Wart, Tort St. uoftf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
1 Mrs Hanna s.
ATWoTMANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Uergklrom
Music Co., Fort slreet. 1067
EST cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd s Excelsior Restaurant. 1041,
I OST A GOLD PIN wllh a DIAMOND In the cen
L" ten betoeen Walkahalulu Urldge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. tios-im
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book 0117, In favor
' of Wm. Crawford, has been tost. Finder will
receive fcultane reward bv leaving sami
of the HAWAIIAN-CHlNLSB NEWS,
same at the office
A LITE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chlnro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FOUND Sigma Chi College Fraternity PIN. Same
can be had by calling at this office and paying
cost of advertisement.
ROAD WORK IN PROGRESS
Maooa Road Has at Last Been Fin
ished at Cost of $12,000.
Macadamizing on Ewa Road Nov BelDg Done
One of the Kalihl Suburbs Having
' Streets Constructed.
The business of P. J, Voeller will not be.
responsioie ror any ueDis contracted ny any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from the under
JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'g'r and Att'y In Fact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January 10. 1899. 1114-1111
The person holding the Ticket No. 232
has not presented It, (Consequently I shall
have to have a SECOND DRAWING,
which will take place SATURDAY EVEN'
lNG,the 14th. All persons hold(np; tickets
will please call on that evening, at 8 o'clock.
ni2-2t M. E. KILLEAN.
That -banl old Mtnoa road was
completed us fnr an the Legisla
ture had iillowod before the holi
days. Its totnl eoBt was a little
under twelve thousand dollars.
Some harder rock cutting than
bad beon expected made the work
dillioult and protractod. But now
the roid is tbero, and an acquisi
tion to Honolulu's best drive
ways. A gang is now macadamizing
the Ewa road between Moanalun
uud Kapukabi. This road Las
beon extensively unproved for
both carriage and biovole travel
within the past few years. Several
steep bills that used to bo a terror
to the traveler have been cat down
or avoided by changes of route.
An appropriation was made by
the late Legislature for construct
ing stieets at the Kalihi suburb
nf Kaluaopalenn on the lino of
the Kamehameha road. This has
become a populous little village
Among its pleasant homes aro
those of tbe road supervisor him
self, W. H. CummiugH, and Hon
ry 0. Movers, the deputy auditor
genornl. Tho luttor took up a
homestead there many years ago.
The street building at tbis place
under tho appropriation is well
advanoed toward completion.
1 1. M -
l.v. .we you in search of anything? ") t
'," ' Have you lost anything? I
Have you found anything? 5
Do you WANT anything? J " g-
r Cheaper Than Dirt
Having sold my branch store at Holu
aloa, N. Kona, Hawaii, to T. Shlbayama,
I hereby give notice that said T. Shlba-
yama assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will collect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIMURA.
January 1st, 1899. ni2-2w
For additional Shipping News tee seventh pipe.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
11, 1 11 m Wcathor clear, wind rush
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jan 11.
Temperature Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 70.
Barometer, 0 a in, .10.12 falling.
Rainfall, do, 0.02 in.
Humidity at 9 a m 02 percent.
Dow Point 01 degrees.
Tuesday, Jan 10.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searlc, from
Wednesday, Jan 11.
Stmr Nocau, Pedcrscn, from
Stmr Kenuhuu, Moshcr, from Ka
Wednesday, Jan 11.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maul and
Stm r Iwalanl, G rcgory, for Honokaa
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
'hereby give notice that I have thlS day
bouglil from s! Klmura his branch store at
Holu.-ilo.-i, N. Kona, Hawaii. I 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. '
OAHU . . .
Tliey are for the People.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving '"'their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Diamond lleail Llfrhthnuar.
E. B. Thomas has beon awarded
the contract for building tbe ma
sonry tower of tho Diamond Head
lighthouse. Tho bids were:
Arthur Hnrrison 84074
O.H. Patzig 1940
E. B. Thomas....'. , 1770
Nvr ISnifllah Hurjfeon.
Dr. Grace, a reoently arrived
surgeon from London and a Fel
low of the Itoyal College of Sur
geons, left for Hilo iu the Kinau
this forenoon. Dr. Grace goes to
entor into partnership with Dr.
Williams of Hilo,
Ono of tho rollers at Eleolo has
Tho Keauhou and Nocau wijl
both sail for Kauai ports tomor
row. The Mohican is taking on sugar
at Wilder's wharf. She is about
Tho captain of thoMnkulelobas
has the tail of a large shark tack
ed to tho end of the bowsprit.
Tho Woollabra will finish dis
charging bor coal tomorrow. She
has already begun taking on bal
last. The Irmgard hauled in alonfj
sido tbo Inter-Island wharf this
forenoon to tako sugar from tbo
Tho Wainlua will sail for Kali
hiwai and Hanalei this afternoon.
She will have all tho freight she
can take care of.
Tho Chinese' are beuinninc to
ship to tho othr island tho Chi
nese New Yoar s t-oods and all the
schooners aro very busy.
Tho Iwalani was unable to get
away yesterday on account of the
large amount of froight it wbb ne
cessary for her to take on. She
sailod for Hamakua ports tbis
Tho Tncoma is taking on bor
ballast coal now. She is vory
forluuate an one of tbe Govern
ment coal piles is right near to the
old fitihmarket wharf, where tho
Tacoma is at tho present tiino.
The Noeau reports the follow
inu BUL'ar left on Kauai: Kilauea.
4400; Kapaa, 2u00; Hananiaulu,
8000; Li hue, 7500; Kolo 2500;
Eleole, 200; Makaweli, 200; G &
R, 1300; Rekaha, 1200; V K, 800.
Totul of 2G GOO bags.
From Eloele, per stmr Noeau,
Jan, 11 Mrs Q H Berroyand 7
From Hanalei, per stmr Keau
hou, Jan 11 Mastor P Deverill
and 7 on dook.
For Maui and Hawaii oorts. oer
etmr Jbvinau, Jan n J u Morac
uo, narry uapai, tlenry Uahtntt,
T R Key worth, Oiueograph Exhi
bition Co, Mies Ella L)udoit. Mrs
Ohas Dudoit, Judgo Perry, Thoo
Wolff. O W Buraa, Judgo Stanley,
L B Nutting and wife, Mrs M K
Nakuina nud2childron, J G Roth
well, A W Carter, Walter Douglas,
W P Whitley, Miss Isenborc, Mrs
H W I3rown, Ohas Fardon, F God-
froy, R E Glaze and wife, D BJ
omun, mr opencor, Y a Wall, 1''
Northrnp, Mrs Baugolman and
child, F T Smith aud wife, Goo
Brand, O Hicboi, Paul Isenbercr.
Capt W L Jo8selyn, Carl Isenborg,
and Duko MoNicoll.
From Hanalei, por stmr Koau
hou, Jan 114239 baes paddy for
Ilyinnn Bros, J A Hopper and
,Fiom Eleolp, per 'etmr NoenU)
Jan 112250 bags sugar for Alox
andpr and Baldwin and 1900 for
H Wnterhouse & Co.
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 RUSSET ROMEOS.
GENTS' BLACK SEAL-SKIN, TOILET.
GENTS' BOX CALF, TOILET.
GENTS' GLAZED KID, TOILET.
GENTS' RUSSET CALFTOILET.
Call at once, before the assortment Is broken.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign op the Big Shoe,
A MODUL CAPTAIN.
Charges ol Cra!ty Child Are Un
warranteil Ooaalp. ,
Editor Evenino Bulletin:
In this evening's Bulletin ap
pears an article "Cruelty to a
Child," in which your correspon
dant who ever ho is (certainly not
a gentlerann an his pointed re
marks infer) knows little or noth
ing of what lie has tried to tell.
1 hrtppou to be fairly wt-ll post
ed iu the matter and can douy nny
of your remarks point plank. 1
nm iutimnio with tho capt -in and
by a man of his stamp and irauk
ness any good citizen would
swear, every time. His ship is
tho most liboral feed wind jammer
I ever ran across and I have seon
and been iu a few and nuy man
who knows auything and pays
said vessel a visit will at a clanco
see the a great injustice has been
dono tho Captain by your artiule.
1 know of several friends bo
sides myself who have visited tho
vessel aud 1 am sure their praiso
has been for tho pleasant time
spent with tho aeninl Captain
aud his wife, but I guens it is an
other deep sea yam made up by a
kuowall and ufter investigation
found to bo a fiesol of the brain of
n know nothing.
Every man has a right to handle
bis own household all airs and the
Captain's family and friends aro
well awnro of all that is passiuc
and again I ssy, a snap of a 06ger
to any man who would denounce
a person through the daily press
without iirst finding out tho truth.
Is this Americanism ?
Indignant at tho gross injustice
tloue my friends I bee you to cor
rect what you bavo said in your
papor or at least say no more until
you invosticate, as your corres-
poudant put it, I hope he'll be
sntisned when no rands out,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1899.
How to MaKf) Court-bouillon.
This is a favorito crcolo way of conk
in; fish. Rcdflsh or rod Minp'pcr mnl:cH
tho best court-bouillon, though any
largo fish with firm HeMi inny bo used.
Brown a tenBpoonful of flour in ono
spoonful of lard. When woll browned,
add ouo Email chopped ouiou aud about
two tablcspoonfuls of tomatoes. Then
put in your fish cut iu slices aud add
Etidlclent wator to cover tho flsh, which
quantity is Kcucrnlly a teacupful. Sim
mer slowly for about ouo-half hour. Ten
minutes boforo serviut? add parsloy,
tbyilio uud bay leaves. Season to tasto
when first you begin to cook tiio fish.
Soino crcolcs udd half a bottle of clarol
to tho court-bouillon wliilo cooking.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE,
Honolulu, H. I., January n, 1899. )
Holders of Hawaiian Government Bonds
of the following dates and denominations,
are hereby notified that on and after ma
turity of the next coupon, Interest will
The principal of said bonds will be paid
on presentation at the next due date of the
ACT OF OCTOBER 24m, 1890.
Stock A Bond No. 1, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 2, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 3, Date Dec. it,
1890, J 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 4, Date Dec. n,
Stock A, Bond No. 5, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 6, Date Dec. 11,
1890, ? 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 7, Date Dec. ti,
1890, f 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 8, Date Dec. 11,
1800, $ 1,000,
Stock A, Bond No. 9, Date Dec. 11,
1890, $ 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. :o, Date De.
Band concert at Hawaiian hotel
Stock A, Bond No. n, Date Dec. 11
Stock A, Bond No. 12, Date Dec. n
1S90, f 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 13, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 14, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bonif No. 15, Date Dec.
Stock ABond No. 16, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 17, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 18, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 19,' Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 20, Date Dec.
Stock A, Bond No. 21, Date Dec.
Stoek A, Bond No. 22, Date Dec.
CITY REPAIR SHOP
15 Bethel St.,opp. Custle& Cooke
Strictly new 1898 ClevclanJ Illcycles for Rent.
Repalrlnc promptly anJ thoroughly attenieJ to.
All work guaranteed.
J-6m K. CLAIJK,
Uow to Make Illiubarb Sherbet.
Knnli eight stalks of rhubarb nutl
out skinning cut it iu ouo inch
pieces. Put it In a saucopan with a
quart of cold water and cook slowly un
til vory tender. Add tho prated riml of
a lomou and tbrco ounces of granulated
sugar and stand aside, civ red, iu a
cool plnco for four or fivo Iiuum. Strain
llovr to Preparo irnmliurs Salad.
Beat ouo egf; until well mixed, add
tlireo tablchpooufuls of water, tbruo t.i
blespooufuls of tarragon vinegar, ouo
half of a toaspoouful of whito pspper
and a quarter of a teaspoonful of dry
mustard. Drop into this two tablcspoon
fuls of butter and stir over hot wator
until thick aud smooth. Pour thiswhilo
hot over ono quart of shaved whito cab
bage, and mix thoroughly. When cold,
sprinkle over it one teaspoonf ul of onion
julco, ouo dessertspoonful of horso rad
ish, ouo-half of a cupful of grated smok
ed beef and ono cupful of cooked or
canned shrimps, cut into small bits.
Mis, stand away for an hour and servo.
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
Stock A, Bond
1 1 i4-3t
23, Date Dec. 11,
No. 24, Date Dec 11,
No. 25, Date Dec. 11,
No. 26, Date Dec. 11,
No. 27, Date Dec. 11,
No. 28, Date Dec. 11,
No. 29, Date Dec. 11,
No. 30, Date Dec. 11,
Minister of Finance.
For Sale Cheap.
LODGING HOUSE, furnished com
plete; lease runs 1 year at 45 per month ;
Income 140. This Is a bargain; reason
for selling Is Imperative : must be sold at
once. Pilce95o, For full particulars see
W. E. BIVENS,
iii3-im 315 Fort St.
Cottages for Sale, j
For sale, two cottages nearlng comple
tion, Beckley street, near Kamehameha
Boys' School, each containing parlor, din
ing room, 3 bed-rooms, kitchen, pantry and
bath. Particulars of' H. HOLMES, office
ovei1 Bishop & Co.'s Bank. 1 1 1 2-STul
Kii &'MtnK. &
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