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wTHE EVENING liUILETlN. HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 1C, 181)9.
FOR TOE SEASON!
rgig PERFUMES gigi
Roger and Gallet,'
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
ASSETS , S23.723.677.13
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2i57ii595.95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 51524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tho Qermnnta issues nil tlia latest and most liberal forms it Life, Instal
ment. Iucoino Dividend, Kndowmonl or Bond Fottcios.
Suporlntondont of Agencies.
1029 " 210 King street, Honolulu.
Tlie People's Beer
o r Sale toy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Telephone 92. - P. O. Box 145
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
.... IMPORTERS A ND DEALERS IN. . . .
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods rece'Ved by every packet from the States nnl Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All ordern f tlrlifully utleudod to, and trio(! delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
General Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health Poods.
Island Orders Boliulted. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
East Corner Fort ' and King Sts.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Em b aiming a Specialty.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-53G FORT ST. TEL. 84G.
Residenoo 777 Fort St. Tel. 849.
THE SUPERIOR OF ANY TALKING MACHINE IN THE WORLD !
Tla Best Present for Tills Season
OR ANY OTHER TIME.
Because It Is instructive, entertaining and amusing. Will last a life-time, and
should anything get out of order we can repair It. We have in stock EAGLE and
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES, Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing Tubes, Brass
Horns, hundreds of records, comprising Band and Orchestra Selections, Piccolo, Zither,
Cornet, Clarinet Solos, Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Vocal Solos, all the newest and
up-to-date selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
OCEANIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
M. M. KOIIN, Manager, ioji
I Handsome Vehicles !
fffj On tho Mohican wo received n Inrgo lot of tho Uilost Styles
il in SURUUYS, PH.HTONS and ROAD CARTS, which will nmko
Hi suitable Gifts.
jj Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
ft "W. "W. WRIGHT, 3Propr.
m 1034 V VORT STREET, AIIOVE IIOTKU
112 HOTEL STREET.
''which is ono of the worst at
Dictions of the human race, and
comes from impure blood.
n torment to tho flesh, a dis
figurement to the body, and b
drain on the system, also duo
to vitiated blood.
which so disfigure the skin, and
make tho human faco divine
anything but a thing of beauty,
but which nro Nature's adver
tisement of foul blood.
Is tlio bcst-ln fact tlio One Tnt lllooil Purifier.
Bold by nil druggists. $1; six for $5.
Hood's Pilfc ?!'' I'arinnnloiHly with
ivruu B l-llis jn0(1., Hafsniiarftla.
Hotels and Restaurants. .
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Accommodations for Man and Beast I
In the Most Picturesque
Spot In Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A. F. FRANCA, - Proprietor,
Beaver - Lunch
n. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Btunch in Town
Tea and Ooffctt
At ALIi MODUS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
i-'inu Sua bathing and mountain
3 I All Tralm to anJ irom Honolulu 1 1T
S.op at it Hotel 1 -fc
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announces to tho public tli.it lio is now
open for oii;ragomoutH to take chargo of
Bannuots, Halls, Dinners and Gardon
turtles, Socials, etc.
Address care Union Express Company
AT THE EAGLE HOUSE
Furnlsliod Rooms, welt .kept, can bo
had for $2, $2,50 and $1 nor
week, and Meals,
AT THE QUEEN HOTEL,
At $4,50, $3 and Sd per week.
Go, See, Try and Satisfy
And Icecream Parlors.
E. POPPIiETON. M'o'u.
Tills Is a niodorn tip-to-dato ' Ainorlcan
ivasuturaiu and ii.iiory. Kxcollont
MoaU for 25 eontn.
No. 020 FORT STREET.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
l'"irt-claHs inoals. iindor tho hiiiwii-vIh.
ion of a whlto man, mrvoil from 6 a. in.
to8 p. Hi. MEALS TWENTY-FIVE Cts.
roHlolllco Jlox 112.
Home Bakery 11
A Flrst-clara Rosort In ovory roNjwct.
Tho host 2o-coiit moal to bo hail.
ICE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP ,fc CO.,
1008 Tlorotnnla nnd Fort strcots,
BICYCLE FEYER ON MAUI
Yisit of Honolulu Scorchers Causes a
Furore of Enthusiasm.
Club for Island is Organized The Ladies
Also AITected Draft on Honolulu
Vhcel Shops Imminent.
Wuiluku, Jan. 1-1, 1899. About
twelve Wailuku and Kahului
young mou lntoreRted in bicyclo
sports mot nt tho Wniluku court
house last Saturday evening, for
tho purpose of orpnnizing a perm
anent bicycle club for tho whole
island of Maui. Since tho nrrival
of tho Honolulu cyclists, interest
in cycling has increased to an
alarming degree among Kahului
and Wailuku young sports, Sevr
al httvo already bought wheels,
nnd several nro thinking of order
ing wheels from Honolulu. Tho
following officers wore duly elect
id nt tho meeting: W. Jtussoll
Booto, 1). D. 8., president; Jns. N.
K. Keolo, vico president; E. H.
llogors, treasuror; J. Ferdinand
Hone, secretary; Judgo John W.
Kalua, honorary vico president.
Board of Directors: D. L. Mey
er, Jas. L. Coke and W. Q. Scott,
with officers OS GX-nffiriii mnmhnro
Tho constitution and by-law
committee, and tho standing com
mittees will bo elected at the next
meeting this Saturday evening,
lntorest in cycling is increasing
amoilL' ladies, nnvornl nf tl.n InMnr
being already the owners of tho
urhirlinrr olonrla Tim nn..4.... !
SOndiUD out nnlifinAtinna tn tl,n
prominent mon of Wailuku to give
thoir iiaancial sutmnrt nn lmimlf
of tho good causo for tho promo
tion of an active iuterost and sup
port in thU most healthful nud
beneficial of sports for ladies and
gentlemen. An interest in cycling
means interest in good roads aud
tho road board will bo kept on tho
qui vive ns to road matters.
Tho second meeting of tbo now
Bicyclo Club was hold this Satur
day oveniug nt 7:30 o'clock at tho
siitnb place, Dr. Boolo presiding.
About twenty young mon were
present, aud many moro names
wero addod to tho Honorary ns
well as to tho nctivo list of mem
bership. It was voted that tho
nnme shall bo known as the
"Maui Bicyclo Club," aud the
initiation foes was fixed at $1.00.
Messrs. V. G. Scott, Jas. L.
Cooke, and J. 31. Keoln were
authorized to draw up the Con
stitution nnd By-Laws of the Club
whilo Messrs. Geo. H. Cummings,
3eo. Wither and J. F. lions were
octed Committeo on onlisting
now active members. The Treas
urer reported about S12B0 on
hand. It wnB decided to hold tho
regular meetings on the first Sat
urday of each month, linnrn tlin
next regular meeting will bo on
reoruary . Applications for
membership n'o coming in rapidly.
Tho Hotel do Maui has been
rschrietoned "Tho Windsor," but
not after tho famous castle of that
name. . Attornev G. B. ItnlmrUrm
is tho now mnnager of this hotel.
Tuero will bo service at tho
Anglicnn church nt Wailuku to
morrow, nev. iv. Aim otiiciating.
Messrs. Jos. F. Welch and Ka-
laiwan. aBBistnnt teachnra nt T,lm.
inaluna and Wnihnn finvnrnmnn
school respectively have severed
lueir cuDuecnou irom tueso insti
tutions of learninrr. Aim Knlii
noi will likely succeed Mr. Kalai-
This ovomotiulnr Ilnininr linnr
is booominc a honsohold word
and "will you havo a glass oV
Seattle" is moro often hoard than
nnvUll'nr. Alan Tlin flrltnpinn
8aloon have tho boor on tap or in
Moohanio's Homo, tornor Hotol
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
nnd CO cents por night. SI nnd
81.25 por week.
During tho past two years, .Mrs.
J. W. Alexander, wifo of tho edi
tor of tho Waynesboro, (Miss.)
Times, lias, in n great ninny in
stances, rolioved hor baby whon
in the first stages of croup, by
giving it Ohnmborlnin's Cough
ltotnody. She looks upon this
romedy ns n household necessity
and beliovos that no hotter medi
ciuo has ever boon nut in bottles.
Thoro nro mauy thousands of
mothers in this brond land, who
nrq of tho samo opinion. It is the
only romedy that can nlways bo
depended upon ns a provontivo
nndjcuro for croup. 50 eont bot
tles nre for sale by Bonson, Smith
Tuesday, January 17th, 1899,
tt Commencing nt J) u. in.
First Prle Silver Cup, presented by
J. G. Rothwell.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association. Cup to become the
property nf the marksman winnlnR It three
times nt the reeul.ir ineetines of the H. R.
A. Distance. 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
rltle under the rules; limited to one entry
to each competitor, Entrance fee, fi.co.
Second Prie 2.50.
Presented by Cabinet Ministers; also
becoud Prire f2.;o.
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 $00 yards; any military
rllleunderthe niles; limited to one entry
for each competitor. Entrance fee, fi.oo.
III- H. R. A. SECOND CLASS SIL
Second PrUe 52.50.
Conditions Open to members of the
Associations who have never made a re.
cord of 80 per cent, or overall anyof the
H. R. A's. regular 200 yard matches. Any
rllle under the rules; entries, unlimited.
Entrance fee f 1.00.
Gold Aed.il-Presented by W. E. Wall.
Conditions For the highest aggregate
score at 200 and 500 yards; ten rounds at
each range; any rltle under the rules; to
become the property of marksman winning
It three times at the regular meetings of
the II. K. A. Competitors limited to
members of the Association. One entry.
Entrance fee? 1.00.
V.-H.R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at lioo.oo. For the highest
aggregate score in matches Nos. 1, 2and
4; to become the pioperty of tin marks
man winning it three time3 'at the regular
meetings nf the II. R. A.
VI.-HALI. & SON'S FANCY SPORT
To be selected by the winner.
Conditions Ten rounds each at 200
and 500 yards; any military rllle under the
rules; one entry to each competitor; to be
come the property of tile marksman win
ning It three times at-'regular meetings of
the II. R. A. Open only to members of
the Association who have not made a re
cord of 75 per cent previous t .January 1,
1S94. In any rllle match.
VII.-MILITARY RE-ENTRY MATCH.
First Prize-Silver meJal;
Second Prie -$5.
Conditions Open to alb' members of
the National Guard of Hawaii, Sharp
shootersand Citizen's Gutrd (barring out
all members of the Hawaiian Rllle Associa
tion who have made a record of 80 per
cent or over In any regular H. R. A.
match). Five shots at soovyards. Any
rllle. No hair or set trigger or-telescope
sights allowed. Entries unlimited. I:n
trance fee? 1, 00,
VIII. ALL COMERS '-MATCH.
First Prie S10.00.
' Second Prle f 5.00.
Third Prie 52.50.
Conditions Open to all comers; entries
unlimited; 10 rounds al 200 yarJs; any
rllle under the rules. Entrance fee, ?i.oo'
Conditions Open to all persons who
have never made a record of 80 per cent or
over In any regular 200 yard matches of
the H. R. A. Unlimited entries; 5 shots
at 200 yards. No hair or set triggers or
telescope sights allowed. Entrance fee ?i.
Twenty dollars cash, ten dollars cash,
the Association ; pair of trousers (magic or
ordinary as desired), J. S. Martin ; dozen
photos, J. J. Williams; lamp, W. W. Di
mond & Co.; albuip, Wall, Nichols Co.:
ham, Lewis & Co.; half ton coal, Hustace.
& Co.; pair shoes, Alanufacturers'Shoe Co.;
rocker, Porter Furniture Co.; five pounds
Waverley blend tea, J.T. Waterliouse;
straw hat, A. AUInery ; picture and frame
to be selected, Pacific Hardware Co,; prlje,
E. O. Hall iV Son; Advertiser, Bulletin
and Star, year's subscription each; half
barrel sugar, W. G. Irwin & Co.; kodak',
Hobrpn Drug Co.; case of liquors, W. C.
Peacock K: Co,; prize, 11, F. Wlchman,
J. G. ROTHWELL, President.
R. H. DAMON, Secretary.
All entries must be made by the day
previous to the contest. In order fo vnter
for the-competltlon dues must be paid ' In
full. Entries made with n'nJ dues recelv
ed by F. IL Damon, secretary 'of the As
soclatlon. 1116 4t
Roal Estate Transactions.
tinbhoribers are famished with from Htc
to six lints ner reok, fdvinR an aoonrate
record of all deeds, roortKacos, ieanos, re
leases, powers ot attorney, etc, etc, which
are placed op record,
Subscription Price, S'i.00 per Month.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honolulu.
Real Estate and Insurance.
rn, frm-irA'w mmwr r
XiimK and iPIREJ
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston. .
fiETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loan on Mortgages.
We ARB AOtMJ FOR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Rootw 7 in 8. Telephone trt.
Real Estate Broker.
209y, Merchant Street.
12 Chinese Granite Hitching Posts; $6
Oue Becond-liand IJug(ry, uearlv
new, In good order.
House at No. 35 School street.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CF We will Uuy or Hell Heal Estate In
dl parts of tbo gronp.
CF" Wo will Soil Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King street
Real Estate aoi Collection
OFFICE, G32 FORT STREET,
LOUIS K. M'GREW
OlTTCIi No. 15 Kiitiliuiiiauu streot,
Honolulu. l'ormorl' A. Rosa's ofllce.
United SmtoH Custom HoUno Drokorn
AccoimtiintK, Searchers of Tltlos uud
Oouoral liiiHinesN Agents.
Tplophono fi20 102J
JAS. 1 MORGAN,
Memti of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
telephone tj. p. O. Box 504.
General Manager of
The Equitable Lift Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Ori'om Merchant street. Honolalm
JAS. P. MORGAN,
OCTIONKER AND STOCK UHOKER
No. 5 Qacen Street.
Expert Appraieem'ont of Besl
Batata and Furniture.
A. ,T. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol Hit Honolulu Stock Cichance.
Olllco Quoon stroot, opposito Union
I'Tetephone jo. P.O. Box tj. 1044
BONNELLY & ROSS,
Expert Accquntants and
.Searchers of Titles.
CU8TOH HOl'BE BnOKEllB. 1
Itooin No. 5 tiprookols Uullding,
Honolulu, U. I. 1
L. C. ABLES,
Estnto nnd UTinnnoial
P16 FOUT STHKITr.
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