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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUAHY 18, 1899.
Agent?, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. e. Irwin & Go.
Western Sngar Hofinorj Co. of Ban
linUhrln Locomotive Works ol rhll.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
UauuShredclr),N'"7 York, U. 8. A.
N.Uhlamlt it Uo'h Chemical fertilizers.
AlexCro& Sons, hiph grade lortll
Izors for Cana and Coffee.
Heeds teani l'ipo Covering
Offer for Sale
I'arafflne I'alnt Co's V &M Paints and
l'aptirm Lncol and Linseed oils, raw
Indui! . (a cold alor paiut) in white
Filter Pre Clotbs, Ouient, Ume and
CASTLE & COOKE,
-Th Ta PlanK" o Co
The WaUlua Agricultural Co., LtJ.
The Kohala bivar Co.
The Wal.imea Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Onomci Sag" Co.
The I ulton Iron Work, St. Loul, Mo.
The CifO. I . Illal e Meant Pumps.
Weton' Centrifugal . , .
Ttir New Lngland Life Insurance Co, o( Hoston.
Thr ma I ire Ins Co. ol Hartford, Conn.
Thi Alliance Assurance Co ot London.
Win. 6. Srvvin & Co.
Wn. Q. Irwin, President and Mnnnger
Olaus Bpreohels, - - - Vice-President
W. M. Oiflard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Tbeo. O. Forter, - Auditor
AOBNIS OF TUB
OUBANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF HAN VKANOIBflO. OAIj
BREWER ft COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen ntn-ct, Honolulu, 11.1
awallan Agricultural Company, Miioinem tUR,ar
Company, lionornu Sugar Company, Walluau
Bacar Company, V;alhee Sugar Company, Mal.ee
iiar Company, tlnlcakala Ranch Coniin, k
papal. Rancb - Planters' Line San Prtnclsru
Packets, Cbas Bicwer ft Co.'i t.liie of Boston
Fackcts.Afcnii Boston Boan) of Underwriter
Aienti Philadilplila Hoaid nf I'nderwrlteri.
LIST OF OriflCEItSS
P 0 Jones, Prmsittmtt Oeorge 11 llobertsou,
Munaonr: EFWbIioi). Treasnrer and Sec-
jt;ol. w rftiieu, AnaiKir;uflis.iiuRi:,
aterbonKH. . W Carter. Directors
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Importers and Wholesale Dealera iu
Hay, (hum, ireed,
.Flour, Meals, etc.
Our Goods arc Always Fresh.
Island Orders SolicitcJ.
Hawaiian Gairlage Mfg. Co. Ltd.
121 Queen Street.
Carrittgo timl Wilson Builders.
RUBNKR TIKKS AND HOLIiEIl
WILSON cV WHTEHOUSE,
Sole Licensees Hawaiian Islands.
121 Queen Stroot.
Coosoliilatfi' Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen ft Fort Stu., Honolulu
HOLLfSTER & CO.,
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wholesale Irupurtern and Jobbers 01
fcropoan wd .Vmorican Dry ftootlt
Fort anrl Onwn Htreeta.
IP.HERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Dor. Fnrr imd Onoen Htrents (Innntnln,
Honolulti Tvon Works Co
Improved and modorn SUGAR MA
OIHNF.IO ' eery eapaoltv'and ile.
crlptlon Hindu to ordor. llollor work
nd mvirrr.l) I'lIMCH for Irrigation
Imrpiises n specialty. Particular atten
Ion paid to .IOIJ WOKK, and repairs ox
rented at sboitct notice, 1035
IMMENSE STOCK OF
Purses, Fans, Work Boxes, ..
Brush and Comb Cases,
Music Rolls, Card Cases,
In Fnct, NovcltlcH In Everything I
You can fool all of the peo
pie some of the time
Some of the people all the
But not all the people all the
CONSEQUENTLY BUY YOUR
B? Fop 1899
Hawaiian News (Io Ltd,
Mr. A. Pelxoto runs one chair anj an Italian Pro
OHAS. MOLTENO, Prop.
Morchnnt vtroct, opp. Jtnl d lliilldlng.
An Elegant Shave,
IT CAN 1K OI1TA1NKD
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Nono but the.' most skillful Harlwrs em
ployed. Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
IF YOU ARE TROUlUiED with
daudiuO'nr anx disease of the scalp, a
trial bottle of DANDRUFF KIl.iTEIt
will entirely remove nil dqubt as to
tlitt virtue claimed for the preparation
Prickly heat cured by a few applica
tions. Re sure that the label on the bottle
bears the two faces and uaniu; all
others aro imitations.
BELLING AGENTS- Holllster
Drug Co , Reason, Smith & Co., Union
Harbor Shop. 10H1
I V 1)1 vw nlT-Y 3rl
WS if Jiar-t . Jy
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
including corner of Beretanla St.
Apply to J. T. McGREW.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Sugar 4 15-1 G.
Latest etylea in lints at Mrs.
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock line
uouo to Kauai.
Wheels rented; J. J. lliohard
son, llotel street.
Aorangi tails for Vancouver
and Victoria at 5 p. m. today.
Band concert in Thorans Square
this evening. "Our Honolulu
Queen" will bo ployed
Mrs. Laura Wight was slightly
ill at tlio Occidoutal hotel when
the Australia loft San Francisco,
Evory engine and car of the 0
11. & L. Co. is nt work now and
more cars aro being built as rap
idly ns possible Freight is in
Anionu tho departing passengers
for Kauai iu the W. G. Hall yes
terday were tho following: J. 13.
Hana'iko, A. V. Peters, Geo. 0.
Davis, aud Dr. 0. 1'etorBon.
Do you liko lo drink pure whis
ky ? Then if you do call for
"A. A." Jenso Moore atany of tho
saloons. Lovejoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Ihlnnds.
Prof. F. W. JncobB announces
to tho public that ho will try any
one's voice who is interested iu
singing, freo of cbnruo. Call at
studio, Alakea House, Alakca
Tho heavy awning thnt fell from
tho Brito building, nnd miht
have killed twenty people had they
beou underneath, has been re
placed but now having iron braces
to hold it up.
Tho girls of Karnebameha
School are hard at work on tho
music for tho coucert, Friday
evening, January 20, in aid of tho
Mnkawao Sominary. A Lino pro
gram will be presonted.
American Messencor Service
hat made special iirrnncements
during tho holidays for quick aud
efficient sorvico iu delivering
packages, invitations, etc. Ma
sonic Templo. Telephone Hi.
There will he an important con
vention this Wednestlny evening,
Jan. 11, 189!), at 7:30 o'clock in
tho Pythian Castle hall, Fort
street, second uVuieo by Mystic
Lodue, Jo. 2. and Oabu Lodue,
No. 1, and all sojuurjiiug brothots
oro cordially invited to nttond.
i.v itofnit wi:atiii:u.
Iliirkenllim S. X. Cial, la Ouclit In n
Tho bnrkentine S. N. Casllo ar
rived iu Sau Francisco Januaiy 9.
Sho was caught iu a WSW hurri
cme and was on her beam ends
for twelve hours. Tho S. G.
"Wilder stinted from Honolulu on
the snme day and tho former
reachod San Francisco, Decern hnr
00, having escaped tho gale that
blow the Castle out of her course.
Catitnin Hubbard tells thn fnllnw
lug story of the storm io the San
b rsucisco Call of January 10:
The storm caught us ou Decem
ber 22, whou wo wore in latitude
111 north, jouizitudo 157 30 west.
It blow a liviut gala from the west
Nonthwest and threw tho barken
tine on her beam ends first clatter
out of the box. For twelve hours
tho stnrboiml rail whb under
water. Thirty-ulna barrels of
molasBOs broke looso nntl dually
washed overboaid. Although all
this happened on the 22nd of Do
comber, the gale began throe days
befoio that. On December 19 it
was blowinu hard, so tho ship was
put under lower topsails nnd oloso
reefed main sails. Ou December
22 it was blowing a hurrieauo, 60
the barkeutiuo was hovo to. It
was whilo we were hovo to that
sho went over on hor bourn onda
aud lay thoro with her sail under
water for half a day. 1 linvo been
a cood many years in the Hawai
ian trade, but novor in n galo on
thnt run that equaled this one in
T had tho rheumatism so bodly
that I could not get my hand to
my head. I tried tho doctor's
medicino without the least benefit.
At last I thought of Ohamberlain's
Pain Balm; the first bottle relieved
all of tho pidn, and nno half of th
second bottlo effected a complote
cure. W. J. Holland, Holland,
Va. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
equally good for sprains, swellings
aud lameuoss, ns well as burns,
cuts nud hruisoa. For sale at
Benson, Smith & Co., drug storo.
UAliMONY LODGE No. iJ,
' 1. O. O. F
McoU ovory Monday evonlng at 7:30,
In Harmony Hall, King utreot.
J. 1). MuVKIOII, N. G.
i:. It. 1IKNDHY, Secretary.
All visiting brotbore very cordially
'HAWAIIAN T11IBE Wo. 1,
Improved Ordor of lied Men.
Meets on tlio second nnd fourth Friday
of oach month, ill 7::U) i. in., iu Knlgbts
of l'ythlas Hall, Fort stroot. VlHltlng
brothor3aro cordially invltod to attond.
Chief of Records. 1(103
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K.of P.,
Meoti every Wodnesday evcnluir at
7:30 o'clock, Castlo Hall. Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
lOlfi A. E. MURPHY, K. n. S.
HONOLULU OUAPTEH No. 1,
ft. A. M.,
Moots ovory third Thursdiiy ovonlng iu
MaMiulcTomiilo. All VlHltlng comi'an
ons cordially Invited.
HKNUY 11 COOPKR, II. V.
W. G. ASIiyjYjSocretaryj 1010
No 1, K. T.
Mocts in Masonic Templo on tho second
Thursday ovonlng of each mouth. All
visiting Sir Knights courteously invited.
HKNKY li COOl'Klt, K- C
W. O. AHIIIiKY. Itccordor. 1010
OAUU LODGE No. 1, K. of P
Meets ovory Ihursdaj' ovonlng nt their
Otstlo llnll, mix lort street, ni r.Mi
Mombort of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
visiting brothors, cordially Invited.
O. i:. WAHI), C. C.
1010 K. of It. nnd 8.
COURT LUNALILO No. GG00,
A. O. P.,
Meots every first and third Friday, at
K.of P. Hall. Fort street. A cordial
invitation Is extended to visiting broth
ers. For ordor C. 11.
y. a. Finri:n,
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1, A.-. & A.-. S. R.
Meets the first Thursday In each month,
at Masonic Templo. Sojourning and
visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tond all meetings.
W. M. FRANK 1!. AUKRHACH.
ALLAN 11. SORIMOKOUlt.Socrotary.
KAMEHAMEHA LODGE OF
No. I, A. & A.-. S. R.
Meots at Masonic jTemplo tho fourth
Thursday In each month. Sojourning
and visiting brothors aro coulliilly in
vited to nttond all meetings.
V.'. M. FRANK H. AUKRI1ACII.
CLA1U:NCF. L. ORAIIIH:, Secretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 121. A. & A. S.Rito.
Stated mootings ou the last Monday of
each mouth, In Its hall, Mnsouic Templo.
C. M. WlllTH. W. M.
1 1 O. CRA1I11E, Sociotary. 1020
COURT OAMOES, No. 8110,
Meots ovory second and fourth Tuesday,
atK. of P. Hull, Fort street. A cordial
invitation Is extomlcd to visiting broth
ors. .T. iir FR1AS, C. R.
A. II. VIRIRA, Financial Soeretary.
P. O. llox 582. 1030
Lovo Illoek, Fort stroot. Hearting room
(ipen day and ovonlng for reading and
social intercourse. Regular meetings
Friday, 7:30 p. in. Visiting Scotsmen
especially weleomo at all times.
GEO. L. DALL, Chief.
ALEX. 11. KENNEDY, Secretary. 1095
13 Kaahumanu Street
" GILBERT h LITTLE,
ATTORNEY ftT LAW
William A. Henshall,
11.1 Knnunaanti HtreH. Tele (t.1
CHARLES F. PETERSON
A-ttornev at Jjuw and
T. McCANTS STEWART,
(Formerly ol Ihe New York Bar),
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Honolulu, H. I.
305 Fort St.
C. Acni. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Oillco No. lOWest King street.
Tolopnono 884. 1078
GEORGE A. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER,
206 Merchant Street.
Dee J s. Mortcaces, A;re?ments, ani other docu
ments drawn on ana alter Monday, the oth o( Jan
uary, A. I'. lOOt).
Hice Hours from a a. m. to n. m.
Honolulu, Januiry 4, 1899.
ftos 1 Mw
100 TONS KAVS JUST
Read the List.
24, 3--I, 1-1 llodstcads,
2--1, 3-4, 4--1 Wlro nnd Moss Mattrcssos,
I'lllows, Dining Kxtenslon Tables,
LOWEST CASH PRICKS HUY THEM.
P. O. llox 635 Toloplinno 478.
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
French, German, English and American.
A Fine Selection of Dress Goods, Zephyrs, etc.
Tailors' Goods, a Full Assortment.
Clothing, Underwear, Shawls.
AJLarge Variety of SADDLES and SADDLE
American and European
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, IJBEBS AND
K THE WAR OLOUD
Having disappeared with tho help of our
Navy and Army,
HOLLLSTER & CO.,
TOBi CCOISr 1 STS,
Hayo received Cigars and Cigarettes from
' 3C-!!--XrS'1, 1L5-
Also some Cigars niado expressly for tho otlicors
stationed at Morro Castle, Havana.
Siiue We Must Eat to Live,
Se;fIJLLIjfiiq8 BiS'J TiS
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also
SCHILLING'S BEST BftKltiG POWDER,
OIvo tbom a trial. Mouoy back If you don't tliom.
Ohoieo Blook Jiuttor, Kits Creamery Uutfor,
Pidelity IJraiid Bacon, Ilanis,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beof, etc., etc.
2IS King stroot, noxt to tho Arlington.
Hello, Oahu Lumber and Building Co."
House Lot on Kalll street, at Kallhl
100 x 100.
House and Lot at Kallhl; 400x100
House and Lot on You'iu Mreet, 75x155
Lot at Kamolllltll, about H acre.
Lot on Prospect Hrect, 75x115.
'Three Lots orposlte Mck'ee Island
L next to Macdonald's.
rour uui r.apanuiu iraci. lie 50 a
AT. K. KEOHOKALOLE and
l. k: m'grew,
15 Kaahumanu St.
Read tho List.
Holler Top and 11.it DosUs,
Meat Safes, Kltthon Tables,
Camp Stools, Steamor Chairs,
Armv Cots. Chairs and Itockors,
Dolitlst ami Ilitibor Chairs, Mirrors
X. 2La X.-
Cornor Nuiianu nnd King streets.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Let's Have the 'Best.
"What kind of house can you build for S500?"
"Almoit as good as you can get in California."
"How can you build them so cheap?"
"Because we import all our materials direct
from the factory, and employ the best work
men. The best is the cheapest."
"Where is your busineis place?"
"Our Office and Yard is on King street, near
O. R. & L. Co.'s Depot; our Planing Mill cor
ner King and Bethel streets. Telephones 53
and 833. P. O. Box 367. We can give you
hundreds of first-class references, amonc the
people of these Islands.
When the very best Bicycle produced In America Is
quoted at $50, you nay be sure that rock bottom ha
Utn reached. 1 venture to predict that an'end hat
come to those annual reductions that have so demoral
ized trade. Only the finest ot equipments, with rlell
economy ot management, can produce such a marvel
of cheapness as a standard American Bicycle at the
prices quoted In advance for '09. Do not look for any
more sweeping reductions. Capital must have fair
returns, and the American artuan will have cood
A few more secondhand Bikes at Jij, also New
Guaranteed H'ocles at $10: only a few left.
Bicycles kept In running order and punctures re
paired at $1 per month Repairs for all Bicycles at
BAILLY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY
231 King Street.