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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY ,19, 1899.
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For additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
4, 31, 25, 3 !
Tins is not a figure puzzle
1 ceived per "Australia" this trip
U.WBIAS, and are promised 25 more COLUMBIAS chain and
3 COLUMBIAS chainless by next "Australia."
Columbia Model 49, the lightest running, lightest weight
and strongest wheel on earth we are selling for $50. The other
Columbia chain models will be sold at SGo, and the chainless
at SS5. Ramblers, all models, S50.
You know what Columbias and Ramblers are they are
all right so treat yourself to a new mount to spin through the
year '99 with.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. ."Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia mitt lUmbler Agonts.
U'ATHIt HIOIITS l)i:CIMOX.
Mr, Mlitlilur Knlmli Win. III, Aiipvnl
I rout .liitltflilrtit.
A uunniinons decision of tho
Supromo Court, writtou by Chief
Juitieo Jmld, ban been remlored
upon tho appeal of Dr. JnnieH
AViuht from tho Oommiuaiouor of
"Water Jlighls for Kohala, who J
found that the Kohala Sugar Com
piiuy, plaintiff, had acquired the
lijit to tun writer in controversy
by prescriptiou hikI awarded ouo
inlf of the" wntor from lit" Kupu
nhokano water head lo the plain
tiff. 'I'lio Coutt Cuds tho decision of
the CoramHbioner ou ltd face
wrone, as it is not responsive to touuu n necessary 10 pomi 10 tins
the prayer of tho plaiutitL WuntM"0- "" utteranco hud been
a H . I nln iM fllll n.i.l ....it.,... I ....!. .............
wiw Hsk"d for was an injunction
to prevent tin fuither diversion of
tho water by defendant. Thoio
wa no evidence, either, that
plaintiff was entitled to half tho
w.tor. The Judgment of the Com,
mianouer is vacated aud tho com
plmut of tho plaintill dismissed.
W. R C-istlo aud P. L. Weaver
foi plaintiff; Kinney & Bal Iou for
There is a lot of history in tho
opinion of tho Court. It is stated,
for one tbiim, that Karnehumfha
I. owned both the tracts of laud,
whoso lioldors aro now disputing
about tho water iiphu, ami that
lie used witir from the
Kupuiihokano hole for irrigation
The hDiifio of Otla A. Oss, Vic
toria street, was entered by a
enfak thief id 11 o'clock yesterday
forenoon. Jewelry worth ten
dollars and two dollars in cus.li
wero stoltu from one of tho rooms.
Mrs. Oss win sitting on tho front
-veranda at tho time, to that tho
thiof must have glided in ftoiu the
rear. People will have to watch
against the robber thut walk by
The police now havo informa
tion as to the mother of the infant
baby left in Kidihi the other light.
Further investigation 1ms brought
forth the information that it had
bottu arranged with a young
woman near the place whore the
hack s'opped, to take oiro of the
Cltlrna' .Mulch I'rUra.
Winners in the citiaeus' rifle
in n tola ou the I7(h aro tcquo-ted
to call at E. O. Hall & Son's Btore
tomorrow and receive their prizes.
Just hoforo the Bulletin went
to piess the Holtiie arrived iu
Iort with 11,000 baus of sugar, 30
bead of cattlo aud one horeo. She
brought as passengers V. Napo
lpon from Mahukouu aud 0. li.
Rrynolds from Molokai.
Are you in search of anything? '
Have you lust anything
'.Have you found anything?
jDo you WANT anything?
Cheaper Than Dirt
, ON THE
They are for the People,
; it only means that we re-
34 RAMBLERS, 31 COL-
POWER TO USE FORCE.
Continued from Pago 1.
position contending (hit the Chief
Justico bud said the United States
had not only tho right to ncquirc,
but nleo tho right to govern terri
tory ho ncquiiud.
;lr. lincon called nltontinu to
the fact that the torritory under
consideration by the chief junticp
was Florida which w.is contiguous
and haviL-g a populatiou homo
geneous with our own
Mr. Foraker said that whilo
this ecUlement us to the location
of territory was true aa a matter or
fact Justice Mm shall hud not
UIU11 Ullt tlljll WIIUUUI IJUIlllllCHllUM
mil it nas evident from ilu, ouiu
iou that tho fathers of the Aract-
ii'an republic had not munt to
creato a nation inferior to oilier
nations iu power.
Mr. Foraker aUoquo'od Justice
Bradley in the Utah citso involv
iug the question of iiolygamy iu
which the justico said: "It would
bo absurd to say that a uatlou has
power lo acquire territory aud uot
to power to govoru it."
This wai a Into dsainion ou the
fame Hues as that of Chief Justiu-
Marshall in the early dnyn of the
Republic. Such hoing t li - author
ities, what grouud, ho asked havo
tilt supporters 'of tho resolution to
stand upon ?
Mr. Vest contondod iu his
spofuh thut history was (.gainst
the Hhsuniptinu of this power to
establish colonial governments,
aud that the character of our war
for independence demonstrated
that iiinu of that day would not
httve countenanced such a pro
ceeding. Ou tho contrary, Mr.
Foraker held thut tliero was no
complaint iu revolutionary times
of a colonial policy. Tliero wviv
many complaiuts on other scoros.
hut none on this, so that it mutt
be assumed that they had no such
object as the Missouri So-nitor
had contended. On the contrary
there wero indications that they
had in miud tho possibility of the
acquisition of torritory and Mr
Fornkor quoted from Mr. Govern
eur Morris' letter to Mr. LiviugH
ton, iu which he said that tho
United States wasdestiued to con
trol tho whole of tho territory of
Mr. Fornkor then took up that
p'irt of the nrgumout of Mr. Vest
iu support of the resolutiou iu
which ho based his btatemonts
upon tho Dred-Scott decisiou.
lie analysed tho decision showed
that a majority of the oourt did
uot supp rt tho position with
loferenco to tho acquisition and
uovornmont of territory that Mr.
Vest said it did, and that really
only one of tho associate justices
stood Bnuirely with Chief Justice
Taney in support of the full force
of the decision.
Mr. Foraker then entered upon
ji 0 institutional argument iu re
ply to tho points muile by Mr.
Vest in his spoeoh iu support of
tho resolution and by Mr. Cattery
of Louisiana iu support of the
Mr. Foraker closed at 2:15 p
oj., and Mr. Allen took the floor
to discuss the legal featuros of tho
acquisition of tho Philippines.
A Senii-aiinii.il Meeting of the Tmstees
of the Qun's Hospital will be held at
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce,
on THURSDAY, the 19th Inst., at 10 .1.111.
1121-it GEO.W. SMITH, Secretary.
Won; fo cents a week an J $0 ctntt a month, Itit is the
eeejpttt Advertising ever offered the people of Honolulu.
UEWANT YOU TO HAVEa West Disinfecting
vv Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, ani
stive siiKness, vaiiiornia 1 eea i-o.,Acems, 1009-
COUND I'ouch containing Diode ouitlt. 0ner
' can hive same by calling at the L'venlnc Uulletln
onice anj paying expenses. lit
IIITL- GIKL WANTS PLACE lor cooking or
nouseworx, Aaaress m u. mis onice. im-ii
CURNISHCD ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
square; with electric lights. AJJress u. K,,
WAN1 CD-Several SMALL UOYS."AtTly at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King anj
Alakea streets. to67-tl
WANTED 500 Men to get ShaveJ for 15 cents, at
6io',4 Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
ioji-11 II. JEH S, Proprietor.
THE PUI1LICTO KNOwThaTthe StTloulTCoT
' lege, St AnJres I'rlory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Aylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Napthnlcum with great success, California
I'eeJ Co., Agents. io6g-im
FOR SALE The building anj lot ji Alakea street,
knemn as the ALAKEA HOUSE, Apply to owner,
W.M WALE, on premises. ttiS-tf
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply lo II. (j, lllart, Toil St. iioftf
PO RSALE-IIOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand PeJal nass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel ur residence. Uergstrom
music -.. I ort street,
cent iresl In town. Try It ani be con
vlncei. LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-l-
tcr: betttttti Walkahalulu UrIJire and Alanal Sl
Return to this oltice. no3-am
DASS-IIOOK I.OST.-Pass Hook 0117. In faor
I ol Win. CrawforJ. has been lost. I'lnJer uill
receive suitable reuarJ bv leaving same at the office
of tho HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. ttoa-tf
ALirn, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Nantholcum kills
cockroaches and unls. See California I'ceJ Co.,
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them in order, for a small monthly
rental, California I'eed Co., Agents. io6o-im
To-ilny's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK A!gSa
Pa I J Up
Merc Jul lie
C. HrewcrSc Co$i.ononoto,ootv
7 1, OOO.OOO
Am Sue'rCn.As tw.ooo 15,000
Ambu(.u, l up 75u,oou
l:nj I'lmt'n Co trt.ooo ao.oco
ll.irnoa.Mar.Co 173,000. 1,750
llaw'n Agr. Co 500,000, $.000
Haw'n Su Co' i,ot,ooo 90,000
Honomu ISu Co jw.ooo, jiwo
Honokaa S Co 1,000 oooto.ooo!
Mfllku SuearCo! 500000! j.oooj
KaliuUulTnCo so.o-jOj 5,000
IC11I01 SueirCo juo.oou, jom
Ktpilmtu buCo 160,000. 1.6-jd
Oahu A.'b!e Goo.ouo' o.ouo
Oahu S (p'J up) 1,80000018000 t ,800,1
Onomoa mi Co i.oii 000 10,000. i,ooo,oou
OokilaSP'nCo 50,000 5000 500.014
OloaIuCoii V 15 ,ovo 1,500 ijo,juV
Pacific Su AItl 500,000 s.coo; 500 ouo
PalaPlant'nCo 75',ooo( 7,500 75o,oxJ
PtrcekenSuCo 70.000 t.', 70.000
Pioneer Mill Oo i.wj.xoti.jo. i,U5,oix
Walluku SU Co 7io.0 7,ooo 7uu,oon
951.000 i.rv aja,oi3i
135,000 1,250! 145,
H.t'n I.l Co.
Mutual Tele Ci.
ri ... c c s.J
p A tip
10 Hawaiian Sup.ir Co i6
10 Ewa Plantatiun 360
Cniiuht In llinrt' hforr.
Goo Shing, a deserter from
Oahu plantation, was caught un
der tho counter of Biart's jewelry
store by Officer Wills at about
8:30 o'clock last uiuht- It seems
that tho follow was smiu by the
night man iu Mow Chan s cigar
store, lie notiueu the proprietor
and Officer Wills was summoued.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon, Goo Shing was charged
with buiglary. Defendant stated
that ho had do orted from Oahu
plantation about four months nyo
and that he had gone into Biart's
storo to find a nlaco to sleep.
A littlo later, tho chargo was
chanced to that vagranoy. JDefon
dant plead guilty and was sen
tenced to six months' imprison
ment at bird labor. Goo Shing
was born in Pern nnd speak Span
ish very flnontly.
Noljlt. Nuraea llunorvil.
Wushingtou, Jan. 11. Mar
garet Livingston Chaulor and
Anna Boding, two women who
served ns nurses in Porto Rico
durina tho war have been .recom-
mouded for medals of houor and
tho thanks of Congress.
1 ' m m
In Ilrltlah foltimhlu rrll'inf lit,
Victoria, B. 0., Jan. 11. After
great excitement aud continued
Btronuous obstruction by the op
position tho election petitions bill
was passed by Iho British Colum
bia Government last night by a
vote of 18 to 10.
500.000 5,000 5 jo.oooJ j 1 5
500,01x1 5, ox) 500,000! 145
35j,oool J, 250 a j j, 001 J
ao.'oul a.ouo 90,000
l,oon Jlo Jl.ooo)
Diamond Henil Slcnal Station, .Tnn
10, 1 p 111 Weather hazy, wtntl light
Rtmr Ilclcnc niTDIiuuotul Head.
"Weather Uureau, Punahou, Jan 10.
Ti'iiinernture Morning minimum,
COt Midday maxlmuni, 70.
Jlaromcter, 0 a m, .10.07 steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 in.
Humidity nt 0 n m 07 percent.
Dew Point 02 P.
Thursday, Jan 10.
St in r James Makee, Tullctt, from
Stmr Jtlkahala, Thompson, from
Stmr Iwalanl Gregory, from Ha
waii and Maul.
Stmr Helcuc, Mncdonnld, from Ha
Thursday, Jnn 10.
Stmr Noeau, Pcdersen, for Ho
uokiia and Kukulhaelo.
Stmr James Makee, Tullctt, for
Kapau at 4 p in.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMORROW.
Stmr Mlkahnln, Thompson, for
Makawell, Walmeaand Kukaha at 5
For Vancouver and Victoria,
per C-A S S Aorangi, Jau 18 A
Giil Kobortson, W S Milnor and
wife, II Miunons, H Johnson,
wife and 2 children. N P Pluu-
kett, and 7 in tho steerage
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Iwalani, Jan 19 Paul Isen-
herg, Carl Isenhorg aud wife, W
E Uowell, P A Audorson and 15
From Ilawaii, per stmr Iwala
ui, Jan 195170 bags sugar for
W G Irwin ,'fe Co, 1G(J bdls hides.
Minna Tall nml Mime.
Frank Ferroira, assistant hack
iuRpeclor, is vory much incensed
over tue nctiou last night ot an
enemy or enemies of his. For
reira went to the Thomas Squaro
coucert last night aud, ns usual.
tied his horse ou licretania street.
While the Binging of tho Hawai
ian girls weio going on Forroira
moved quito close to tho Btnnd iu
order to present any noise.. At
this timf, some person or persons
cut tho hair off his horse s tail
aud maun and did not tuko much
trouble to make an artistic job of
it either. Ferroira says that when
ho reached his horse a young man
whom ho arrested at tho Kickapoo
show sometime ago, was standing
near by laugluuc at nun. iliis
individual was arrested this morn
ing and hold for investigation.
Crlrkxt On Kntunlny.
A crick t match will bo played
Saturda. nftornoon beginning at
1:30 b -'tween teams composod in
whole or iu part as hero listed:
British Isles Hatfield, Herbert,
Harvey, Auerbacu, Ur. Wnlters,
Kev. Lane, Siuclair, Anderson,
ta'auley, Vincont, Jordan, Woedon,
Hogge, Davies, Haird, Seymour
and Consul Kenney.
Best of the World Mackintosh,
Moss, Boss, Howitt, Ballentyno,
Piu.naio, Cattou, Smith, Tom Gay,
Ur. .Murray, isarrott, Ward, oara,
E. Boss nnd Wilson.
TlmolnKlant for Olllce.
Now York, January 11. At a
moetiug of tho Board of Directors
of tho Union Theological Sem
inary yeatordny, tho Rev. Dr.
Thomas 0. Hall, formerly of Chi
cago, was nominated Professor of
Christian Ethics ncd tho lie v. Dr.
Qeorgo W. Knox, of ltye, N. Y.,
formerly ot tho University of To
kio, Japan, and for somo timo lec
turer of apologetics at Union 80m
inary was nominatod Professor of
Philosophy nnd History of Reli
gious. HUN.VTOK HQWl'hl POLICY.
Frauklin, Mass., Jan. 11.
Josoph G. Riy oE this (own, a
short timo ago wrote to Senator
Hoar asking for an expression
from him as to what tho United
States should do in tho matter of
holding tho Philippines. Sena
lor Honr replied that ho would
assist tho inlinhitauts of the isl
ands to establish tho form of gov
ernment which thoy desiro and
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
That's what you Ret when you buy HliYWOOD'S
8II0BS. But your money's worth In shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does 5 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 mdre time, but It makes good friends.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign of tiik Bio Shoe,
tt Port street.
FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 20
American and Chinese
Combined Show gg-:
Last Nlpht of This Week !
AT THE 1
New Chinese Theater i
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
V THE STAR PERFORAIER V
Will surprise the lUJItnce with the Chinese Songi
anj Harp; also American Songs, Hawaiian
bongs, nnJ the Hulakul an J
tlanjtr Dance I
With the assistance of
JL l tl i o Avmond!
The Great Negro tmrersonater, anJ the
Kawalhau Quintet Club, the Hawaiian
. Will furnish a first-class Chinese Drama,
Including the most uonJerful ncrotut that ever ap
rcareJ In the ll.uallan Islands Ah Nine, a vnuth of
9cars, Lau Kal, a girl of 8 car. ani Vce kan. the
vteii'Known acrorat vino ius peitormea nvfore all the
crownid heads of Htirope, anj In Unite! States of
America. DONT TAIL TO SEC TllfcMI
JbResvreJ seats on sale at Honolulu Chinese
Nevts; price 50c. General admission a$c; children 10c.
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 cart and a wooden building at
Walehu, Maul. iiio-3t
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, 1 few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 121 Queen St.
That waxed floors are the most
slippery things In the world but they
have not talked with us about Parquetry.
We have method of applying wax to Par
quetry so that all the disagreeable sllpperl
ness Is done away witli, and the tloor treads
like a hard-oil finish, iret has .ill the lustre
which wax alone produces.
If you are going to build a new house,
or fix up the old one, let us figure on Par
quetry with you. You can make your
house Sanitary and Beautiful nt the same
time with one of our Floors.
Lewers & Cooke,
The Eveniwj Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 75 cents a month.
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEAUWi desires to Inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing Islands that he has t.-ihen over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
RESORT, and will run 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 at the bench for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to Inspect the
accommodation llnniw.il provides, previous
to making their selection. 1121
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IN CANS, AT Tim
BEAifEI; LUfIGH r00.
II. J. NOI.TK, Proprietor.
J. P. POST
1. farm .it lljmakuji $7,300
a. 4 Loti it Maklkl j,500
. lH crej InnJ near ton 6,000
4, 14 acre ol Unl csnttr ol town 4,500
5. A i.i-)ear Idit, collates ,,ajo
6, A4o-ninm LoJtcIni; House, n-)car lease, 5,000
7. Larcc lnt at .Matklkl 10,000
S. 17J acres coffee lanj, Kona 1,000
9. 51 acres coffee lanl, Kona, yt planteJ.... 6,000
10. Lot V acre near tow, 1,500
11. Cornerlot centerofton 9,500
u. An 8-year lease a cottages 1,000"
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postoiflce Lime, - Honolulu.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
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