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EVEMSQ BULLETINS HONOLULU, H. L, JANUARY 10, 1809.
By the Nuuanu
Tropic fcniiu .md Cylinder Oil, Tropic Dynamo oil,
Pitch, Waste, Wheelbarrows, Lnnterns, Handles all kinds ul
Shovels, Picks and Mattocks, Hoes, Water Pipe, Bar Iron,
Galvanised Slieet 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 el? that should
come to a wt-ll regulated hardware store.
E. D. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia ami ltulnlilcr Agent.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
Hid ; skd
I. Bremr&C.fi0'-..i .10
an Sue rCo An iwii!'
AmStCo.p'a up : jo 000 I iii.
Ea I'lant'n Co s.oiotxoeo.ooo1 eooo.uooasi'j
lamrul'lanCo, uj.ojo i,iv 1750m ,
itaw'n Agr. Col soo.o V "
Maw'n Sue Co .ooo,ooow.ooo i,43o.ot.j
Jlonomu Su C) Soo,otJ i,uoo jj.u;
Hcctokai S Co, i.oiwVio.uii i,ooo.u ros
Ullni SugarCo , S.000 y..co
Wiukul'I'nCo yx.Md j,ooo 500,010 1.
Cnlft4 SuWlCo JIW.UX ) , Jon,.
CirJtiuluuC 1G0.000 1,600 i6u.ikm
(lalu Ase,"t!el 600,000! 6,oou
OahuS (p'dup) 1800,000,180110 t,8oo,oot
I lltWWil SU CO I.OOO.OOUIO.OOO I.UOO.OUO!
OtkaUSP ndi 500 o 500, 510,010
Utowalu Coin 150.000 i.joo
Piiciiic Su Mill 5 00J 5.000
PalalMant'nCo s.ouo' 7.500
Pcpi-tkeo Su Co T50.000 7.500
Pioneer .Mill Col l.laj.oouli aso
wafluku t,u Co 700,000 7,001
9S5.00D 1 550
SVBder S S Co
Utter-Is S NCo
Maw'n Fl Co.
p J up
The Portuguese Mutual
Of Hawaii, .it Its regular annual meeting
held at Honolulu January 8th, lityj, elected
as its Oflicrrs for the current year, the fol
low Ing gentlemen :
Vicente O. Telxelr.i, I'resiJent.
M. G. Sant Anna, Vice-President.
loao I. Dias, Secretary.
A. (3. Sllva, Jr., Treasurer.
BOARD OP DlKKCTORS:
.Manuel Nunes, Joan Pemandes, Joe de
Marques, Joe Je Prl.is, anj J. J. Harboa.
J. Machado, I. R. Monl, Tlinina. Car
valho, Jr., J. F. Souwi. and M. J. Colto.
I. I DIAS, Secretary.
Hiiiiolulu. Jan. 12. iSyrj. mfr3t
Offices fop Rent.
Ojhul)& LCo 1.5U0.000150UU 1,500.000
n llawjllan Actkulluial Co
j Ojhu (,ii3blf) ....
JwoOihu K. t L. C. HunJ
iOotula SucarCii .
that iiii.o u.ii'.
lift " I'liiler C'oinlilerallmi lly lllf
Judpo Perry hns found iu fnvor
of TI100. H. Davies .V Co., jtd.,
njjftiust the stenmsbip City of
Colnmliiii for ."iTjGaO.TO. Hntch
for libelhmt. Ami iu favor of J.
V. JInsou of Ililo nRftinst the
jtnrao veartfll for .'201U. Lorrin
Andrews for libcllnnt. Interest
Is ndded iu each case.
dudgu Perry ImH grouted the
petition of Cecil Brown, Rilminia
trntor, to sell real estate of Kn
inlckai under bond of 81000.
Kinuoy, Hnllon iV McClannhnii,
nttorueys for petitioners, iilo a
motion iu onch case to strike from
Hjo ftl oh tho motiouH to (junsh the
nlterontive writs of mandamus
issued to Collector General Mc-
Ihe unJersiKiieJ herehv notify those
that may wish to secure office room near
the Citv l-'ront and shlpphiR center of the
port, that It Intends to erect a new two
torv building on the old site of Queen .t
and that the whole ol second floor will be
arranged In offices en suite or single, to
suit Intending tenant-!. 'I he proximity of
this site to the mercantile and shipping
center of this port, makes it a most con
Applications for rooms may be made at
once to C. Brewer .V Company, Queen
Honolulu, January 13th, iNw,
Election oi' Officers.
At a speci il meeting of the stockholders
of the Pacific Hardware Company, Limited,
held this day. the following officers were
elected, all of whom reside in Honolulu:
B. F. Dillingham. President.
Jas. Gordon Spencer. Vice-President and
I.. F. Pinkham. Treasurer and Manager.
W. M.Giaham. Auditor.
(jeo. S. Harris, Jr., Assistant Treasurer.
Who with the lollowing named consti
tute the Board of Directors: M. P. Rob
inson, O. S. Gilbert, J. I . lorbert.
IAS. GORDON SI'liNCI:R.
Honolulu. Jami.ir 14, ityj. 1 1 1 X-4t
Pop -corn Crisps!
tn.ilrar fnr Ihn rftnialrv nf tho
Bl.ips Euterpe aud Star of Franco. ' THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPANY
Tho Supremo Court heard tho 'has MOVF.D Into the premises lately
writ of orror 111 tho matter of Occupied by Mr. Joseph Tinker as a meat
Maria Brown, a minor, and took! market, on Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
the matter under consideration, i.iin street.
Jjiltle, Ualhrnith mm ilumpiiroys.
i e f y ,, 1 1 , '
v near tor u. iu jirowu; nonori-
ou .v. Wilder for Otto Uoso. The
Court adjourned at 11:15 till 10 a
in. on Wednesday. .
FuII Supply of
jMtitle Dnily J
I hereby give notice th.it I have tins il.m
in the , bought from S. Klmur.i his bniucli store at
nnnnal meetiuBB, and if posHililo ' store will be collected by me.
will leave ngaiu for Boston in tho ui2-aw I. SHIBAYAMA.
steamer 3loana on robrunry 1.
V. 0. Joues nrrived iu the bought from S. Klmura his branch
Monmor China looking very well. Holu.ilo.i, N. Kn:i, I lau:jJI. I will
Ho has come to attend tho brewer irfaVa&IC-
1 tTrtcr2"'' ''''' fttumn uttt tnrttteJ at rtetnt
r aitmjtnt inttrtt n; to ltnh tct n J inser
tion; to tftttx a wtek n,f i itntt .1 month fhti 11 the
chtip,t tJfttfiHf -ttr offtwed ttettoit ofttmoluttt.
'E WANT YOl TO HAVE a M Dtslnffctlnff
lar-hfn fvtil lit i'in .Aal a -aaK....I r.A
-n... j ill JUUI VIW'CI IJI 5t-J IIVI, (IIIU
slckns Calllornla I"td CoAKnts. -loCo-im
IIITL (ilML WANTS IM.ACI. fvt Botklne or
houfuork AJJre ji AV D. Ihl office, mg-ii
WANTI.D-IiOAKt) AND ROOM InrtlvateMmlly
by unman tmplojeJ JurlriR trie jaj AJJrr
I II, lliloffiif. 1118-jl
FURNISHED ROOMS for Gentlemen, ntar Thomas
Square, ulth electric llRhti. AJJresi O, K
WANir.D-Seerl SMALL DOYS. Arply Tt
Honolulu .NUuenger Service, corner k'lni; anj
IAiaKea streets. 1007.lt
ANTED 500 Men to cet Shued for 1$ cent, at
1 '" tio.!4 Tott street, orroslte the Club Stables.
Itojt-tf H.JCIFS, Prorrletor.
! THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that th St. Louis Col
1 lece. St. Andrews Prlorv, Oaliu Prison, Oihu
Insane Aslum, anj other public Institutions, uc our
j Chloro-Xaptholeum ulth eat success. California
leeJ Co., Agents. loCo-im
1 COR SALI -The buiUlnR anj lot tn Alnkea street.
!' knon nsthe ALAKI'A IICH'SE Apply tn owner.
.i wm.l ou piemives. iiismt
COR SALE-Ono .SIIIPMAN bXCjlNEn, r'tfect
I orier. Apply to II. O Ulart. Tort St, ii6)-tf
POR SALE-nOOKS ON MODLRN LACE, at
1 Mrs Manna's.
A TWO-MANUALani PeJal Da REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. HerRstrofn
Music Co.. Fort street. n
EST at cent meal In town. Try It anj be con
vinced. LlnJ s bxcelMor Ktstaurant. 1041.
I OST AtiOIDI'INlthal)IAMOND Intliec.n.
L' ter; between Wralkahalulu HrlJe anj Alapal St.
Return to tills office no3-?m
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Hook on?, In fasor
I uf Wm, CrawforJ, lias been lost. I InJer will
receive suitable reuarJ bv leaving same at the office
ol the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE- NLWS. noa-tf
A LITE, from not havlnc West Disinfecting Ma
chines In our houses. Chlnro-Nantholeum kills
cockroaches anj ants. See California TeeJ Co.,
TO LET-I I'RNISIIED IIOl'SI.. centrally l.na'eJ.
to lei inr apout six monins,
JressP. If. M. P.O. II0X404
No chllJren. AJ-
E RENT the West DISINI ECTING .MACHINES
and keep them n orJer.
for a small monthlv
California feed Co., Agents. lotjq.im
pOUND-SlJma Chi Collece l:raternlt PIN. Same
can be haJ by olllnz at this office anj rainir
Cost nf aJvertisement, 1080
Halngsold my branch store at'llolu
aloa, N. Kona, Hawaii, to T. Shibayama,
I hereby give notice that said T. Shiba
yama assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will collect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIMUKA.
J muniy 1st, iffy;. 1112-211
Die business of P. J. Voeller will nut lie
necessaary exenvatious and build, i responsible for any debts contracted by any
i .iin fonndiition walls of tho ",e.lM lJ,e nniV of the &,iJ '' J- Voeller,
wg 1110 tonniatiou wans or tuo utmuta written order from the under-
aeiv Kulaokahua sehool houso signed.
-vill bo received at tho Department ! JAMES J. BYRNE.
.! g r aim mi y in ract lor lJ. J. Voeller.
Mr. .Tones brings nothing new on
Hnwniian alTairs from tho maiu
Jjind. IIo has not beou in Wnsh-I
Id,' fon, and says his time has
beon spent in "trying to keep I
lln lldltis; IVmlern,
Senled tenders for making tho,
By 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., iScjS, against W. H.
Winchester, defendant, and in-favor of the
Hawaiian Hardware Company, Limited,
plaintiffs, for the sum of Five Hundred
thirty-three and oo-ioo Dollars ($533.jo),
I hae levied upon and .shall e.spose for
sile at the Station House, Kalakaua Hale,
in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands, at 12 o'clock noon of
Wednesday, the 25th day of January,
A. D. &yj, to the highest bidder, all the
right, title and Interest of the said W. H.
Winchester, defendant, in and to the fol
low lug described property, unless such
judgment, Interest, costs, and my expenses
be prevlouslo paid, viz:
1. Those certain lots of land in the
Kvkio Tract, 35, 36, and 37, com eyed to
him by deed of W. C. Achl and C. B.
2. I hat tract of land situate on the
Mahal side of Quarry Street, conveyed to
him by W. E. Foster, Trustee.
Both the aboe premises are subject to a
mortgage to W. R. Castle, Trustee, and
that the taxes on same for the year 189$
are still unpaid.
Full particulars iu regard to the above
described property can be had by applying
at the Office of the Deputy Marshal.
CI IAS. Is. CHIIXINGWORTH,
1 Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, Oahu, Dec. 23, A. D. 1P9S.
Threo lino IUiSIMiXCK LOTS In 0110
of tho cholcoht rosltloneo localities of
Honolulu. S1.U of lots C0J.1 x 178 foot.
Tlioso lotHttro Improved nntl nicely laid
out with fruit anil ornamental troori.
l'or further Information apply to
OKAH, LANSING it CO.,
1092-tf 210 Kins street.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
EO. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
.of Public. Instruction up to noou
of Monday tho 23rd inst. Plans
specification may bo seen at the
offices of Ripley it Diekey. Soo
the Xew Today column.
, Small ads. in the Dulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
iioiioiiiiu, January 10, in)o. irij-im
A FINE RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, new
and modern ; large grounds in good style,
150 feet frontage on Luualilo street; a
beautiful home, l'or particulars see
W. E. BIVENS,
"13'im 315 Fort St.
Office and Parlors
6M& 510 Fort St., neurHoti'l.
smito ihtelugehce! ymmmmmmmmmmmmtg
For additional Shlpp Ine News see seventh page.
OKAlt In tills city, January 13,
180l, to tho wlfoof A V (tear, a
l'JUTCHAHn-On Jiuiimry 10. at
Naalcliu, Kau, to tho wife of
Joseph l'rltiiianl, a ilauhtor.
Diamond Hentl Slfjnal Station, .Tun
M, 1 p 111 Weather iiouily,wIiitl llulit
Weather Itureau, l'linahou, .Tan III.
Tennifrature Morning- minimum,
09:Mliltlny innxlmum, 77.
Ilnroiuetur, l)a m, 30.21 IrroKiilar.
Rainfall, do, 0.05 iu.
Humidity nt 0 a in 71 percent.
Sunday, .Tan IB.
Stinr Walnleale, Green, from Kl
lauen. Stmr James Makeo, Tullett, from
Stmr Kauai, ltruiiii, from irnim
rnaulu. Stmr Kilohauo, Tliompsoir; from
Stmr AV O Hall, HaKluntl, from
Am hktne Kllkltnt, Cutler, from
Am schr Bertie Minor, 'Haven, from
Ant lk Ceylon. Wlllnnl, from
.Stnir Maul, Freeman, from Kuhu
lul. Ktmr I.cluia, Bennett, from Kolui
lul. Stmr lCiiuui, Chuke, from HIIo.
Monday, Jan 10.
Am liktnoAinella, Wlllcr,froniSent
Saturday, Jan li.
Hr S S Lennox, Williamson, for
Monday, Jan 10.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Knpaa nt4 p 111.
Stmr Noeau, l'edcrsien, for Ha
namntilu at It p in.
Stmr Keaiihou, Mosltcr, for Kauai
at 3 p 111.
Stmr laiiuii, Bennett, for Molokal
and Laual at o p in.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOItllOW.
Stmr Kiuiiii. Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 11 a in.
Stmr Kauai, liruliu, for Lalialnn
at 4 ) m.
hiinr walnleale, tireen, Tor Jlana
lei and Kilauca at 4 p 111.
Stmr W O Hall, Hagliind, for Xu
willwill, Hauamaulu. Koloa. Kleelc
ami Hiuiapepo at 5 p 111.
,-T.l... l,.,,.li.-, ..tlli:i ,111, Ji .,4,1114
port", ut C p m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Tacoma will sail for Mani
la about the end of tho week.
The S. C. Allen lmulod alone-
side Brewer's wharf this afternoon.
The Kinau sails at 11 a m to
morrow for Maui and Hawaii
Kauai stearaors repDrt Kj.tiOOO
bacs of siicar left on Kauai Satur
Tho Australia, duo Wednesday.
January IS, is the next steamer
from the Coast. .
Tho JO rilucor is taking on
sugar from the V G Hall at the
Tho Klikitat from Port Town-
send, tho Hertie Minor from Eu
reka and tho Ceylon from Tacoma
all camo iu ,Suuday. Tho Amelia
this morning makes four sailing
vessels in two dayB.
Tho schoonor Waialua ib for
sale by Harry Evans who intouds
soon to buy a larger vessol to nt
tend to the increasing freight bo
tweeu this port and Hanalei. See
ad for particulars regarding tho
Tho Amorican barkentine Amo
lia, AVillor master, arrived in port
at about 10:50 a m today with n
cargo of ICO.OOO feet of lumber
consigned to Allen & Robinson.
She sailed from Seattle, Decombor
I a kplenJidlvniaipped estiblishnent (ttiatt'iur-
trmis Jritrs line horses, and rublwrtlreJ
Itln up Tclcplidne Ul! !
Notice of Lease Bought.
Chun Chee desires to Inform the public
that he did, on the 2nd day of January,
1890, buy tile lease of Yong Choy which
includes all the vegetable crops, three
horses, a cart and 11 wooden building at
Walehu, Maul. 1 119-it
The Schooner Waialua
k (Formerly the Lena L) is offereJ for sale
cheap. She is four years old, and built
completely of oak.
Registered tonnage, 27.
Will accommodate 13 men.
Freight capacity, 55 tons.
For further particulars apply to
ino-3t Water Front.
That's what you get when you buy II IiY WOOD'S
SllOiiS. But your money's worth In shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does ; some dealers don't even give
that. To good leather we add gooJ 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.
Sign of tiihBkj Shot;,
XX 'Port si root.
United Chinese Society.
At the regular meeting of the United
Chinese Society, held on the 3rd Instant,
the following were declared duly elected
as officers of the Corporation for the ensu
ing year, viz :
President Yim Quon.
Secretary Chang Kim.
Assistant Secretary Lenng Pak I.um.
Treasurer Kee Kan.
Assistant Treasurer ho Den Kul.
I CHANG KIM,
Secretary of United Chinese Society.
Honolulu, 11. 1., 10th January, i.Sqo.
What a. Snap !
You have here in Honolulu an opportu
nity such as is seldom offered to you In
any city In the world.
The Best Dark Room
Within 1,500 Miles
is at your disposal, FREE OF CHARGE,
while I am ever ready to assist you when
ever my professional advice may be of er
vice. Tlie developing and finishing that I
do for you will be given my own personal
attention, and will be guaranteed the best
In' the city. Be sure and have your plates
or films developed before leaving the Isl
ands, as they deteriorate rapidly In this
climate, and you might lose them all.
Come and see me. To come once Is to
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms mill 4, Love liulldlng.
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 2024 of the
Civil Code, all Corporations are hereby
notified to make a full and accurate exhibit
of the state of their affairs as of the first
day of January, 1899, for the year ending
December 31, iSySj such exhibit to be
filed in the Interior Department on or be
fore the 31st day of January, tSog.
Blanks for this purpose will be furnished
upon application to the Interior Office.
Upon failure of anv Corporation to pre
sent the exhibit within the time required,
me minister oi ine Interior will, either
himself or by one or more Commissioners
appointed by him, call for the production
of the books and p.iers of the Corporation
and examine Its officers touching its affairs
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 13, 1800.
Chinese and American
Combined Show Sp&
TOR A I r.W NICIITS ONLY, AT THE
New Chinese Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
Tenders for Foundation for
Sealed tenders for making the necessary
excavations and building the foundation
walls of the new Kulaokahua school house
will be received at the office of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction until noon of
Monday, January 23rJ. Plans and specifi
cations can be seen at the office of Ripley
& Dickey, Honolulu, and the work is to
be completed within three weeks of the
date of signing the contract.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Public instruction.
1 SOI. IICKLINCK
1 extraordinary rncai;emcnt of
American ZESOS.. American
The California ,Mirtet and Honolulu Favorite!
IN NATIVE SONCiSt CHINESE SONGS t
Ilad lla)lnir, and Dancing. AstltteJ by
13 l l i o A. i m o ,n 1 1
The Great CnmeJIan, Imperimiater and Dancer.
DONT fAIL TO SEE THEM!
PRICES TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE :
Reserved Seatj In Private Mows
January 17, 1899 !
Doors open at 6:jop. m,; performance to itart at
7 p. m, and close at n:)o.
Keservea seats on sale at Hawaiian Chinese News
oflice, Klnc street.
T V KING ....
I'armat llamakua . .
4 Lois at Matilkl
l'.i acres land near ton
li acre of land ctnler of lon
A n-)ear lease 4 cottages
A 4oroom Lodging Huute, u-ear lease
Large hit at .Malklkl
uj acres coffee land, K'ona . .
.,$ 7, SCO
Si acres coffee land, K'ona, M planted.... 6,c.
lot M acre near town 1,500
Cornerlot centeroftoun 0,500
An8-)i'ar lease 7 cottagis .... ... 1,000
l:or further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PtmtoiiTcc I.iine, - Honolulu.
The Bulletin classifies its ads, Re
sult small advertisers get a square
il. .. ii&.j.., 1. vi
w-ut-.tw :.M'Ll:LUM-Ji& .xjth&L-a: ji:.... i'-
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