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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, JANUARY 18, 1899
By the "Nuuanu":
Tropic Kncinc 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 every tiling else that should
come to a well regulated hardware store.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. ITort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Itamblcr Agents.
iio.v. w. c. wii.im:u.
Australia from a
"Man Wants but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
a China Boy?
a Good Time?
ANTS ij cents a line the lut Insertion; 10 cents
' theeconi jo cent a week, jo cents a monlh
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
iSTHousekeepers, we can fill tea
JUSTyour rooms; losers of proper-"1!
uSTty, we can find it; ownerstBn
ifSToi articles desiring to ex-'KBa
isirchange them, we can do it.'TBa
Join llii; Procession
and oirr in
The Bawl Wagon !
IK'tliru or tin- t'rrslilrnt of Hut llntvnU
homo iu tho
visit to Cnlifornin of eovcrnl
months. Ho left Mrp. AVildur nt
San Francisco, well excepting for
tin- muni ''California cold," from
wli oh Mr. Wildor himself ha
miHored. Otherwise tlio esteemt'd
cnuplo hid inuoh enjoyed their
vinit. Mr. Wildor cntne to his
ojlicij eaily thii forenoon nnil sa'
right down to business as if et
tiug bnck his land legs was some
thing that did not boilior him.
Answering a question, ha told n
reporter of tho .Bulletin that Ha
waiian affairs were uot among the
live topics of Onliforuinu discus
sion. "They considor tlio mi.tttr
all aoltlod now," said Mr. Wil ler.
Tho nil - ouciossiug Buhjfct
whou Mr. Wildor jeft whh
tho election of a ' Senator.
Thorn were elevon Republican
candidates, the Democrats throw
ing all their votos for Wliito Tho
tirst ballot had boon taken on
Tuesday, tho day boforo tho Aus
tralia sailed. Grant, sou of th
illustrious goneral U. S. Grant,
led tho split Republican vote with
2(!,Burus had 21,Bullii 11, liarue...
'.), and Knight, Peterson.
Scott, Eaten, Rrird, Fnlton and
Rosenfold bcattering votes trom U
Wliito hs no show, as the Le
gislature is two. thirds Republic in
taking both houses. Mr. Wilder
thiuks Rums, wlm his tho "pull"
and the Southern P.icitiu backing,
will get Iho placo.
The Bulletin an satisfy
all your WANTS. It has 3
established a WANTS
An lnfunt llnliy Fouittt.
An infant baby, but au hour or
so old, was dropped outsido officer
Puhi's house iu Palama lat night.
A hauk drovo to tho placo with a
man and a woman in tho back
Heat. The infant was deposited
hurriedly and tlio hack hurried
away again. Tho number on the
lamps was not noticed. Mrs
Makaila, living near to otlicer
Puhi's house, took chargo of the
infant. As yet, thero is no posi
ive oluo to tho people who cotn
mittoJ the deed but certain ones
aro suspected and may bo brought
to justice soouor than thoy oxpi'ct.
tVS1''' .'" '' "''"""' "' ImirltJ atlfttnh
xr- alimfiril iHtttlioit; to ctntt ttconJmitr
Hon) )o titili J uttk art J a ttnli a moMb. 7 Ml it Ibi
cbt.ifnl aJvtiliu nt cvtr offiri.t Ibl bloflt of Honolulu.
AUG WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
vv Machine rut In your clot of cesspool, an J
save sickness. California reeJ Co.,Agents. 1069-101
FOUND Pouch containing Hlcvcle outfit. Owner
can have same by calling at the Evening tlullelln
office an.1 paying expenses, ml
UIIITI. GIML wInTS
PLACE for coekln? or
Address M I), this office, itafit
PUHNISIIED HOOMS for Gentlemen. near Thomas
I Square; with electric lights. AJJress O. K
WANT CD-Several SMALL ROYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. io6j-tf
ANTL"D 500 Men to get Shaved for 1 j cents, af
W 6igH Tort stfeet, opposite the Club Stables.
iot-W II. JLTFS, Proprietor.
THEI'UHLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, nnd other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Teed Co., Agents. to6o-im
FOU SALE The building nnd lot jn Alakea street,
known as the ALAKLA HOUSE. Apply to owner,
WM. WALE, on premises. mS-tf
It SALE-One SIIIPMAN. ENGINE In Perfect
orJer, Apply to II. G. Illart, Fort St. noj-tf
COR SALE-nOOKS ON
I Mrs llanna't.
MODERN LACE, al
A TWO-MANUALnnd Pedil llass HEED ORGAN
" Suitable fur chapel or residence. Ilereslrom
Music Co., Tort street.
vlncei. Llnd's Lxcelslor Restaurant.
DEST ascent meaHn town. Try It and
I OST A GOl I) PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
ter; betwirn Walkahatulu Urldge and Ahipal St.
Return to this ohice. no8-im
PASS-HOOK LOST.-Pass Hook 0117. In favor
of Wm. Crawlord, has been lost. Under will
receheVultahle reward bv leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. 1101-tf
ALirn, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
TO LET-ITRNISIIED HOUSE, centrallv located,
1 to let tor about six months. No children. Ad
dress P. II. M P O. HOX 404 1114-tf
WE RENT the West DISINICTfNTfAUCIHNES
and keep them in order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co.
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
C. IlrcwcrS: Co$i,oo,oo
Am Sue rCo.As 750.0
Are you in search of anything? '
T.Iitti iinn lt-t rtmilliinrr 7
jisivc yvu n'.ii in iintit
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
Cheaper Than Dirt
They are for -the People,
Tho silver shekels at a ratio of
sixteen to quo fairly poured into
the Now Ohineao Theater Mnn
aorial coffers lapt ovening. Tho
bill aH a-lvoitiscd proved a draw
ing card, comprising American,
Hawaiian and Chiuceo soncs,
dances and sketches, and Mr.
Uerliuor's reputation as a caterer
to the arauBfinetit loving public
did not suffer, llosa and Eddie
At maud were tle leading artists,
and a Mongolian tragedy carried
thV programme into a late hour.
Am5ut-o p J up, 750.0W
Lwal'umnU a,iw,ooo K,ni
llUmoa PlanOi nyvoo 1,750
llaw'n A(;r. Co 5-,(y 5.oyo
Ii4vv'n Sue: G ,txj,ooo ao.oog
Honomu Sti Ot. 1-M.oiBi i.imk-j
Honokaa S Co i.uuu.uouto.ouu 1000.000197
Malkii uearl.o 5 0,000 5.01x1 $no,a
Kanukiii'i nw 500,000 5 wjo 500,
Knloi SutrirCo vxt.uod 1 1 ioo,
Kipaliulu buLo i6iooo 1.6.W 160,011
Oarin Asfs b'e 6oo,onr tw.
Oj'lllS (p'Jup) I,8oo,uoo8ouii 1,800,01V.
Onomttf Su (o i.ww.ooo 10.000, 1,000,001
tJouaiaM'no 500,010 5,00
OlorVilu Com'v 15 .oto 1,500
Pacific Su Mill 500,000 5,""!
PalalManftiCo 7so,oro 7,500
PepevkeoSuCo. 750,000 7.500
Pioneer MUI Co 1,13500011,950
waiiuku u to 700,000, 7.000
WitJer S S Co
Miw'n Clec Co.
Alatuil Tele Co
" n'J UP
Oahu R&L Col
i 15(1 160
500 orx aat
750C1W 185 315
1, 1 35,00c
700,00a a? 5
a5t,ooo 3,50 a;i,oixj 170
135,000 1,350 u5oooi3i!i 135
155.000 3,550 ajj.umi
55o,oooJ 5,000 500,000 115
500.0001 5,000 500,000 145
250,oiM 3,35c 35,01
aoo, 01: 3,oooj 30,00a
150,001 l,ooul l)4,coo
11,000 lid 31,000
sHippwG ihtelligehoe i smmmmmmmmmmmmimnK v
" I 1
Tor additional Shipping News see stvtnth page.
50 Oahu (paid up) 16a
5 Hawaiian bui'jr Co 104
The Eceniwj llullctin gives ALL
ihc news for 7 cents n month.
I ft llutlnraa Vor lllmarir.
Tlio trnvoling ngont of ouo of the
largo wlioloi-nlo bouses in the city
will soon brunch out into busi
iiofb on hia own hook by oponing
a wholesale honBQ hiinself. The
man roferred to has boon in his
present position for HPvoral years.
Liu waa married long sinco.
The Schooner Waialua
(Formerly the Lena L) Is offered for sale
cheap. She Is four years old, and built
completely of 0.1k.
Registered tonnage, 27.
Will accommodate 12 men.
Freight capacity, 55 tons.
For further particulars apply to
nig-t Water Front.
Notice of Lease Bought.
Chun Chee desires to Inform the public
that he did, on the 2nd day of January,
1899, buy the lease of Yong Choy which
Includes all the vegetable crops, three
horses, a art and a wooden building at
Waleliu, Maul. niQ-jt
Hawaiian Hotel Hack Stani
Is a splendidly equipped establishment. It has cour
teous drivers, line horses, and rubbertiresd,
voluptuous ehicles. '
Ring up Telephone ll'2 !
Diamond Head Signal Station, .Tun
18, 1 p 111 Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Puliation, Jan 18.
Temiierature Mornlnjr minimum,
Oil: Midday maximum, TO.
.Barometer, 0 a 111, .10.11 falling.
Italnfull, do, (UK) In.
Humidity at 9 a 111 00 percent.
Dow Point 02 1
Nlgna of southerly winds.
WcdncHtlay, Jan 18.
OSS Australia, Houdlctte, from
C-A S S Aorangl, Hepworth, from
Stmr Noeau, Pcdurncn, from
Stmr Keauhoti, Moslier, from Ha
Wednesday, Jan 18.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for Maul
ports at 4 p 111.
C-A S S Aorangl, Hepworth, for
Vancouver anil Victoria at 5 p 111.
Stmr Keaiihou, Moslier, for Koloa
at 4 p 111.
1 a .
Tho Kcnuhnu is dischnrgiug
ht-r Hiigar into the Diamond Head.
Tho bnrkoiitino J 3VI Griflith
sailod from PortGamblo for Hilo,
Tho S N Cnstle and W G Irwin
in San Francisco from this port,
Tho U S SMcGnlloch nrrived in
Sau Francisco January 10, niuo
days from this poit.
Tho scboonor Honolulu nrrivtd
in Newcastlo from Capo Town,
January 0, to load coat for this
Tho transport ship Tncoua will
not bo nblo to get away until
Saturday. Tho amouut of work
to bo done is greater than at first
The OSS Australia, Hondlettp
cornmand-r, arrived in port nnd
hauled alongside tho Ocoauio
wharf at nbout 7:30 o'clock this
morning. Tho Australia left San
Francisco Jan 11, at 2 p in with '2(5
cabin nnd 42 etcorago -passengers
as well ns 47 bms mail. Expe
rienced tho first 48 hours, S E and
southerly gales, rouyh sea, nnd
heavy irregular swell, S E to N N
W. Thouce to port, uiodorato to
light east and X E winds nnd tine
weather. Arrived as above. Time
0 days, 1G hours and 30 min.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine,
Jan 17 Mrs M II Arnold, Mis
Arnold, Miss M E Alexander, W
P Whitley, James Kirklaud, Mas
ter Fred Williams, A F Uoller, F
W Abbott, J K Nakila, wife nnd
For Kauai ports, por stmr W G
Hall, Jan 17-11 It Hitchcock, J
F Morgan. W Wnterhouso, Mr
and Mr fl G Spanlding, Mrs
Toms ami daughter, Mr btillraan
nnd wife. Mrs Morriweathor, H H
WilhrtiiiH, J S McCandless, Uapt
McDonald, J li rfanaike, A V
Peters, Geo A Davis, Dr O A
Peterson, A 13 Wood, Mrs H
Hes, J L McCombe. t
For AVnimi-n, por stmr Kiloha
ua, Jau 17 O Gay, J Markuam.
From Hauamaulu, por stmr
Noeau, Jan 18450 bags sugar
for tl UnckfolU & Uo.
From Hanamaulu, porBtmr Ke
auhoti, Jan 183900 bags sugar
for H Hackfeld & Co.
That's what you get when you buy HEY WOOD'S
SHOES. Hut 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 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.,
Sign of thk Big Shoe,
XX Port street.
A Semi-annual Meeting of the Trustees
of the Queen's Hospital .will be held at
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce,
on THURSDAY, the 19th Inst., at 10 a.m.
nai-it GEO.W. SMITH, Secretary.
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. CARL KLEMME desires to inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing islands that he has taken over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE!
RESORT, and will nin the same with a
view to the entire comfort of his patrons.
Everything will be supervised and carried
on In first-class style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors Intending
to locate nt the beach for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to Inspect the
accommodation Ilaniwai provides, previous
to making their selection. 1 121
t.v.kino , irssrn
Consisting of that certain lot on the
cast side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, -i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 121 Queen St.
OUST T. o e;
fir, o z Eiisr
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 236.
Tliomua Hqnnro Mualc.
Tho baud will play tho follow
ing Bolections nt a concert in
Thomns Square this evouiug, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture: King's Lieutenant TjU
Paraphrase: Ben Holt llroile
Selection: Naliucco Vcrdl
Solo and Chorus: Our Honolulu
Tho Misses Kelllna, Alauat nnd
Cornet Solo: Itemcinbrnuee of,
Mr Charles Kreuter.
Fantasia: Uniporor's Review
Waltz: Town of Songs Fnhrbueli
March: Stars and Stripes Forover
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
i'lilnrie-Aiiierloiiii Jan. !iO.
Managers of , tho combined
Chinese and American show that
met with such great success last
night stato that tho noxt perform
nnoe will bo hold Friday ovoning
Jan. 2 th.
IN CANS, ATTIIK
BEAVER LUtoH pin$.
II. J. NOL.TK, Proprietor.
. Chinese and American
Combined Show &
TOR A TEW NIGHTS ONLY. AT THE
New Chinese Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
SOL DBRLINEK MniCr
. . DctraorJIimy Engagement o(....
American 3SOS.&.. American
Tlie CalKornla .Magnet anJ Honolulu Faorllel
IN NATIVE SONGS I CHINESE SONGS I
AMERICAN SONGS I
BaJJo Playing, anJ Dancing. AislsteJ by
Eddie V v m o n cl !
The Great CyroeJIan. lmperonatir anJ Dancer,
DON'T rAILTO SEE TIIE.MI
PRICES TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE :
ChlUren iu centt
AjuIU..... as cenli
KeserveJ Seat! In Private Iloxe 50 cent!
January 17, 1899 !
Donrsopenat 6: (op, m.; performance to start at
7 p. m, ana close at n:)o.
Icerved Seats on sale at Hawaiian Chinese Newt
oftice, King street. 1116
Has been photographed' by every profes
sional and amateur that ever came to the
Island of Oahu. Few of the new-comers
know that it is called by the natives
Lealii. or the Circle o? Fire!
The views that I have taken of this
noble headland are finer than any that
have ever been taken before I make no
exception. This I claim for ALL OF MY
VIEWS, both because of the chemical
work and the artistic conception of the
Merit Wins &?
If you will only come and look at
work you will agree with me.
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms :$ and 4, Love Building.
1. rami aCllariakua $ 7,joo
a, 4 Lots at Maklkl 3,510
3, !S acres I.111J near ton 6,000
4, !5 acre of I in4 center o( town 4,500
5, A i4-ear lease 4 cottages 1,350
6, A 40-rnom l.uJglng House, n-ear lease, 5.000
7, Large lot at .Malklkl 0,000
8, 175 aires coffee lanj, Kona I.000
9, ji acres coffee lanJ, Kona, i planleJ.... '.coo
10. Lot H acre near town s.500
1, Comer lot center of town t.!
a. An 8-year lease cottages 1.000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflce Lnnc, - Honolulu.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
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