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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 12, 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
ised 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 remilated hardware store.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
" Man Wants but Little here below,
Hor Wants that Little Long."
Do you WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Horse?
Do you WANT a Room?
Do you WANT a Husband?
Do vou 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?
WANTS n cents a line the first Insertion: to cent
ti tne second 30 cents a v.eiK; 50 cents a momn
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
XQrllousekeepers, we can filla
jsSTyour rooms; losers of proper--ffia
jcSTty, we can find it; owners'
BfeSrof articles desiring to ex-"fl
SftTchangc them, we can do it.!
Join n Procession
and airr in
Tie Bui Wagon !
fr The Bulletin can satisfy J
I all your WANTS. It has 3
I established a W A N T i
J COLUMN Z
Arf vf.ii in f;irrh nf nnvthinn? '
Have you lost anything?
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
Cheaper Than Dirt
They are for the People.
& SON, Ltd,
DEPARTMEN I OF FINANCE, 1
Honolulu, 11. 1., January it, 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
1 lie principal of said bonds will be paid
on presentation at the next due date of the
ACT OF OCTOBER 24VI. 1890.
Stock A Bond No. 1, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 2, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 3, Date Dec. 11,
1S90, J 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 4, Date Dec. 11,
1890, f 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 5, Date Dec. 11,
1890, i 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 0, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 7, Date Dec. 11,
1800, $ 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 8,
Stock A, Bond No.
Stock A, Bond No. 10, Date Dec. n,
1890, J t,ooo.
Stock A, Bond No. n, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 12, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 13, Date Dec. 11,
1890, Si, coo.
Stock A, Bond No. 14, Date Dec. 11,
1890, f 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 15, Dite Dec. 11,
1890, ft, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 16, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 17, Date Dec. 11,
1890, 5 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 18, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 10. Date Dec. 11,
Stock .A, Bond No. 20, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 21, Date Dec. 11,
Stoek A, Bond No. 22, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 23, Date Dec. 11,
1890, J 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 24, Date Dec. 11,
1890, J 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 25, Date Dec. 11,
1890, f 1, 000.
Stock A, Bond No. 26, Date Dec. -u,
1890, i 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 27, Date De!. 11,
1S90, i 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 28, Date Dec. 11,
1890, j 1,000.
Stock A, Bond No. 29, Date Dec. 11,
Stock A, Bond No. 30, Date Dec. 11,
1890, j 1, 000.
(Signed), S. M. DAMON,
1 1 i4-3t Minister of Finance.
Pop -corn Crisps!
THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPAMY
HAS MOVED Into the premises lately
occupied by Mr. Joseph Tinker as a meat
market, on Nmianu street, opposite Chap
A Full Supply of
Made Dally ! '"'"
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the lousi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
iKsyJl. In ' column wilt inittttd attfetntt
r"3 altntfirit inttrhon; to tenti leeonJ inttr
lion; ;o ctnti a ttk mi. I ?o ctnli a month. Till it tbt
tttJfttl a.httli.inf tvtr cjirtd ttiftc'U of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine cut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California feed Co., Agents. :069.1m
TO LET-rUKNISllED MOUSE, centrally located,
I to let (or about six months. No children, Ad
dress I'. II. At., P 0,1)0X404 met!
WE RENT the West DISINI ECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co., Agents, tooo-im
FURNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
Square; with electric lights. Address O. K'
UAN1 ED Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
v Honolulu Alessenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. toor-tf
WANTTD 500 Alen to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
W 610M Fort street, opposite the Club Stables,
loji-tl H.JEn-S, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public institutions, use our
Chtoro-Naptholeum with great success, California
I eed Co , Agents, 1069.1m
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perftct
order. Arply to II, G. Illart, Tort St. uoi-lf
COR SALE-HOOKS ON AIODERN LACE, at
A TW'O-MANlMLnnd Pedsl Dass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chipel or residence, Uergstrom
Music Co , fort street. 1067
REST ascent meat In town.
Try It and b con-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041,
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen
L ter; between Walkahalutu Bridge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. noS-itn
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pasi Book our. In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Under will
receive suitable reward bv leivlne ssme at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NLWS. tioi-tf
ALirE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Napthotcum kills
cod roaches and ants. See California IVed Co.,
Agents. - 1069.1m
FOUND-Slgma Chi College halernity PIN. Same
can be had by catling at this office and paying
cost of advertisement 1080
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
CITY REPAIR SHOP
15 Itcthcl St., opp.Ci8tlc& Cooke
Strictly new i83 Cleveland Ulcycles (or Kent,
Icepairlne promptly and thoroughly attended to.
All work iruaranteed,
The business of P. J. Voeller will-not be
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from the under
signed. JAIYIL5 J. I1TKINU.
M'fi'r and Att'y In Fact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January io, 1899, ZXi 114-1111
The person holding the Ticket No. 2j2
has not presented It, consequently I shall
have to have a SECOND DRAINGi
which will take place SATURDAY EVEN
ING, the 14th. All persons holding tickets
will please call on that evening, at 8 o'clock.
ni2-2t M. E. KILLEAN.
Having spld my branch store atjHolu
aloa, N. Kona, Hawaii, to T. Shlbayama,
1 hereby give notice that sald-iT. Shlb.v
yama assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will coliect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIMURA.
January 1st, 1899. 1112-2W
I hereby give notice that 1 have this day
bought from S. Kimura 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 collecteJ by me.
Fop Sale Cheap.
LODGING HOUSE, furnished com
plete; lease runs i year at $45 per month;
Income i 140. This Is a bargain ; reason
for selling Is Imperative : must be sold at
once. Price I050. For full particulars see
W. E. BiVENS,
iii3-ini 315 Fort St.
Cottages for Sale.
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
over Bishop & Co.'s Bank. 1 1 12-STuTh
For additional Shipping News see seventh pa Re.
Dlntnond Head Signal Station. .Tun
12, 1 p in Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jan 12.
Temperature MornliiR minimum,
(!3i Midday maximum, 70.
.Barometer, Oam, t0.08 steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 In.
Humidity at 0 a m G2 percent.
Dew Point 01 F.
Thursday, Jan 12.
Stmr Kauai, Brulin, from Lahn
Inn. Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Ha
liatnaulu. Stmr Mlkahnla, Thompson, from
Stmr Klhuiea Hon, Mitchell, from
Stmr Iwn, , from Oahu ports.
" Thursday, Jan 12.
Stmr Keauhou, Moshcr, for Hana
maulu at 2 p in.
Stmr Noeau, Pcdorsen, for Ko
loa tit 2 p m.
Am hk Mohican, Saunders, for San
VESSELS LCAVINO TOMOItUOW.
Stmr Mauua Lou, Slmorson, for
Miiulautl Hawaii ports at 10 a in.
Stmr Mlkalmlii, Thompson, for
Makawell, Walinea antl Kekahu at 5
CARE OF OIL LAMPS.
How TIh-j- SImiiiM lli tlrtmllril to Prrurr
A (ii.iul Light.
Jt Ih not iiL-ccstary to culnreo upon
tlio (llictirifortH t-atiscd 1 v a lump tlml
If Irrcnulnrly II-! 1 autl Imiitop'jrlj
t-.irttl for. .-ut-U 11 l..:-ip, roilolt-ut of tilt,
firm's of krioMj-iie, is .1 mo.-t uiiplt-.i-ant
. .id uuilii)iu-omc ol J ct. liOnd lump?
r '-lirap, m.d tbi i 1 no - -nso ft 1
,1 1 11 p-"-. u. rr !i Ben " l.y roll
i'iiI i!,ni th" r-tflu 1 nf lar.ipliulit I-
It I'tiafr tliiui ibat nf Kin -r t'lt-'t
.:. icy. Tin-lanip bus nov.-aii t-stnblbli
l jil-ico 01 llio library tnhlu, i'i-ii ii
honors llalctl by t-lretriclty or f,n
- lulu ll lsc-t-rtnitilv thn Bcituinltlupuml-cut-"
nf Liinutry Iiout .
Tho l'ior t-fr ' ' t" '"" l'i Fcrtirin;
a poatl liiit lr.- 1 i -uiiiiifR
Kocp lb" oil i. . i orlimkef.
wlirrn (V.i-t (iniiini rt.uli it K. 1 tin
founts cf tbo lamp inirt nil p-rth of tin
tubes that hold tlio wIlLs, as well n
tho licrnrr.4. clean. A Rti.f little brush
juiitliiiit-o of clean cloths kept for tin
purpovo mill a bottle of r.lroltol t-hrmltl
bo on lmntl to tlc.tu lau-ps. A low drop
of alcohol is buttir thun water nut.
soap for brightening tho chit'itiovs nntl
rumpviiiR tlio oily boot tliat acciumilntcs
on them and itrmiud tliu burncrx. PolUh
tbo cliimnt-y with a M)ft cotton cloth.
Jiruslt tho burner nntl all partN of the
Jump frto fiom bltn of wick ami dtibt.
Wipe nil crevices nntl do not tolerate
any lump which contains convolutions
of niitul or porcelain that c.uiuot bo
properly and easily cleaned out. Kcro-t-cno
oil, even of the best quality, Is all
prnetratllif,'. It forms a illm oven on
tho nuthitlo of metal founts. This must
bo dai'y removed.
Tho best way to trim n lamp wick, as
every ouo now knows, Is to removo only
tho charred p irtion of it without usiuK
tho hclbsorf. If this is done, thcro will
bo no tluu0 r of tlio wick being nnovcu.
Lnuips in regular uso should bavo tho
charred part of tho wick romoyed at
least thrco tlmos n week. All lamps
should bo wiped off and filled dally. No
burners should bo allowed to becomo in-
crusted with dust and oil, and they will
not get in this condition If tboy aro at
tended to ovcry day.
Tho best way of putting out n lamp
or oil stovo is to turn tho wick down
until it shows only a bluo flauio, when
this ilamo will flicker u short thno ami
llnallv ko out. By this process 0110
avoids tbo unpleasant odor which nc
commutes tho blowing out of a lamp.
This odor is caused by a gas whloh Is
consumed whou tho lump is turned
down to a bluo llamo and allowed to go
out by itsolf. Now York Trlbuuo.
Hour to Muke J.lljr Hoys.
meal, two tablespoonfuls of whito flour,
n tublospoonful of sugar, a saltspoouful
salt and n tcaspoouful of bakiug pow
der. Dent an egg autl ndtl to tho dry
mtxturo with cuough milk to mnko 11
drop hatter. Stir ill u tcaspoouful of
molted butter. Bent well mid drop
small spoonfuls into boiling lard, cook
ing carefully. Eat with birup.
Cruelly to Animals.
Ah Hoo was arrested this
morning on tho charge of cruelty
to animal. Tho horeo bo was
driving when arrested by Officor
Espiuan, had a raw soro just un
der tho saddle. This had been
coated ovor with sorao black sub
stance. Espinda tostiGod that bo
had warnod Ab Hoo onco before.
This tbo driver denied. Judge
Wilcox, wishing to see tbo horse
and not wishing to bavo the ani
mal plaood on file as -evidence,
wont down to whero the animal
was and, upon returning to the
court room, Gned dofondant $5
That's what you get when you buy HIIYVVOOD'S
SHOES. But your money's worth in shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does j some dealers don't even give
that. To good leather we add good workmanship, correct style,
perfect fit, absolute comfort to the wearer.
We give polite, careful attention to every customer. It takes a
little more time, but It makes good friends.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Sion of the Big Shoe,
It Ifort street.
M. G, DARNCY. I'DCtlClllCK W. llANKtr.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Will practice In all the Hawaiian and United States
Rooms u-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Fort and Ueretanla streets. tn6
534 FORT ST.,
- Near comer of Chaplain Lane.
Cleaning and HrpaMnc at Short Notice,
ana in tne rest possicie manner,
H. L. KERR & CO ,
Architects and Builders
Kooms 0 oni to,
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone iji. 1116
The Portuguese Mutual
Of Hawaii, at Its regular annual meeting
held at Honolulu January 8th, 1899, elected
as Its Officers for the current year, the fol
Vicente O. Telxelra, President.
M. G. Sant Anna, Vice-President.
Joao P. IDIas, Secretary.
A. G. Sllva, Jr., Treasurer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Manuel Nunes, Joao Ferhnndes, Jose de
Marques, Jose de Frlas, and J. J. Barboza.
J. Machado, J. R. Monlz, Thorna? Car-
valho, Jr., J. F. Soua, and M. J. Costa.
J. P. DIAS, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1899. ni6-3t
Chinese and American
Combined Show S:
TOR A TEW NIGHTS ONLY. AT THE
New Chinese Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
Extraordinary Eneacement of
American HOSjfl American
Tim California Magnet and Honolulu favorite
IN NATIVE SONGS I CHINESE SONGS I
Uadjo Plaint:. and Dinclng. Assisted by
The Great Comedian, Impersnnater and Dancer,
DON'T fAIL TQ SEE THEM I
PRICES TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE :
Children . ..
Reserved Seats In Private lloxel
January 17, 1899 !
Doors open t 6, jo p, m.;
performance to ktjrt at
7p m, anJ close at ii:iq,
Keberved beats on sale at Hawaiian Chinese News
-tLoftice, King street. 1116
Tuesday, January 17th, 1899,
: Commencing at 0 n. tit.
First Prize Silver Cup, presented by
J. G. Rothwell.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association. Cup to become the
property of the marksman winning It three
times at the regular meetings of the H. R.
A. Distance,. 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
rifle under the rules; limited to one entry i
to each competitor. Entrance fee, 1.00.
Second Prize 12.50.
Presented by Cabinet Ministers; also
Second Prize $2.50.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association. To become the property
of the marksman winning It three times at
the regular meeting of the H. R. A.
Twenty shots at 500 yards; any military
rifleunderthe rules; limited to one entry
for each competitor. I.'ntrance fee, $1.00.
III. H. R. A. SECOND CLASS SIL
Second Prize 52.50.
Conditions Open to members of the
Associations who have never made a re-
cord of 80 per cent, or over, In any of the
H. R. A's. regular 200 yard matches. Any
rifle under the rules; entries, unlimited.
Entrance fee J 1.00.
Gold Medal-Presented by V. E. Wall.
Conditions For the highest aggregate
score at 200 and 500 yards; ten rounds nt
each range; any rifle under the rules; to
become the property of marksman winning
It three times at the regular meetings of
the H. R. A. Competitors limited to
members of the Association. One 'entry.
Entrance fee Ji.oo. ,
V.-H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $ 100.00. ' For the highest
aggregate score in matches Nos. 1, 2, and
4; to become the pioperty of th- marks
man winning It three tlme3 at the regular
meetings of the H. R. A.
VI.-HALL& SON'S FANCY SPORT
To be selected by the winner.
Conditions Ten rounds each at 200
and 500 yards; any military rifle under the
rules; one entry to each competitor; to be
come the property of the marksman win
ning It three times at regular meetings of
the H. R. A. Open only to members of
the Association who have not made a re
cord of 75 per cent previous to January 1,
1804, In any rifle match.
Vll.-MILITARY E-ENTRY MATCH.
First Prize-Silver medal;
Second Prize -$5.
Conditions Open to all members of
the National Guard of Hawaii, Sharp
shooters and Citizen's Gua'rd (barring out
all members of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa
tion who have made a record of 80 per
cent or over in any regular H. R. A.
match). Five shots at 200 yards. Anv
rifle. No hair or set triggers or telescope
sights allowed. Entries unlimited. En
trance fee i 1.00.
VIII. ALL COMERS MATCH.
First Prit Sto.00.
Second Prize $5.00.
Third Prize $2.50.
Conditions Open to all comers; entries
unlimited; 10 rounds at 200 yards; any
rifle under the rules. Entrance fee, Si.oo'
Conditions Open to all persons who
have never made a record of 80 per cent or
over'ln any regular 200 yard matches of
the H. R. A. Unlimited entries; 5 shots
at;,2oo yards. No hair or set triggers or
telescope sights allowed. Entrance fee Si.
Priczes for this match will be announc
All entries must be made by the day
previous to the contest. In order to enter
for the competition dues must be paid in
full. Entries made with and dues receiv
ed by F. B. Damon, secretary of the As
soclatlon. 1116 4t
The Bulletin classifies its ads, Re
sultsmall advertisers get a square
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