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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUAKY 23, 1899
34, 31, 25, 3 !
VJJaii. in Mi column will inurlti at I f unit
)SS a hntfirtt inuttion; to ttntt tteonJ tnttr
Hon; jo ctntt a and fa ctntt a month, Ibil it tbt
ebtafetl dAvrm ng tvtr offtrtd tbt of Honolulu.
For additional Shipping News see seventh rage.
This is not a figure puzzle ; it only means that we re
ceived per "Australia" this trip 34 RAMBLERS, 31 COL
UMBIAS, 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 S50. The other
Columbia chain models will be sold at SGo, and the chainless
at $85. Ramblers, all models, $50.
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.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
Capital Sh'r 1
C. Brewer & Cwft.ooj.cwoio.ooopi.cwo.ooo
Iw4 I'Unt'n Coj
ltU'n Act. Co
Ha n Susr Co a.ooo.oorfM.ooo
lltnomu bu Co' joo.oooj 3,000
Ifonnkja S Co. 1,000.000 10,00c
Uiku SnparCo $oo,uid 5.000
Kdiiuxui'l nL,oi 500,000 5000
Oaliu Ae'ble 600,000 6,000
CMliub (n Jup) 1,800.00010000
Onomea Su Co 1,000,000 10.000
OoVaUSP'nCo iw,ooo 5000
Oltmilu Com'v 150,000 1,500
rarf c bu .Mill
500,000 5 000
Wailuku Su Co
Inter-US N Co
lliw'n t Ifc Co
Matual Tele Co
" pJ up
Haw Gov,6pr c
Oahu Ky&L Co
500 000 500a
id Oahu (paid up) 170
10 OjUu (paid up) 170
aOihu Ipildup) nH
loOihu (paid up) 171
to (liliu (pali up) ... "i
19 IM.illin Sugar Co 170
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by higher ones.
Has been photographed by every profes'
' slonal and amateur that ever came to the
Island of Uahu. r-ew of the new-comers
know that It is called by the natives
Leahi. or the Circle o? Fire!
The views that 1 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 &?
Every Time jTw"9
If you will only come and look at my
work you will agree with m?.
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Roohih 3 anil 4, Love Building.
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
v J. J.WILLIAMS,
At tbo Old Snd
On Fort Street ::
. A FINE RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, new
and moJern j large grounds In RO'd style,
150 feet frontage on Lunalllo street; a
beautiful home. Por particulars see
W. E. BIVENS,
iii3'im 315 Fort St.
THE NEW BARBER SHOP
Frank Pacheco's Place
Fitted Up Id Metropolitan Style-In Keep
ing With Excellence of Mr. Cunba's
Premises -Has Telephone.
Out) of tbo busiest places in
town ou Saturday wna tbo Uuiou
harbor shop, opened that raorniog
byFriink Facbeco, tbe recopnized
"crnckor-jack" in Unit linos in tho
IhIiiuJb. From early iu tbe tiny
to lato at eight there was tbe con
stant bustle of trade. Tho custo
niers represented tbo banker?,
merchants and business men from
tbe business centor of tbe city.
louay tbe situation has been tbe
same. iSusiness lias kept up un
ceusingly. Pacheco's now bhop,
wbiob will bo known hb tho
Union, is on tho promises with
Mr. A. 8. Cunba's famous Union
rt Gallery. It is approached
from both tbe Merchant and the
King etrort sides. At tho Mer
chant street entranco is a hand
somely painted barber's sign and
the street lamp post also carrios
tbe familiar stripes of tho busi
ness. From the Republic alh-y
ou the King street sido a neat
s'airway Wda directly into the
shop. Tho sway and lauding
were painted by W. It. Biley, tho
In the shop, or parlor, one finds
what will undoubtedly please tho
mot circumspect porsou. Thoro
U not a plain or cheap articlo in
the placo. The chairs are of tbo
vory latest pattorn and are gotten
up with the most modern idoiw of
convonionco and comfort. This is
also tho caso with tbo fine mirrors
and tho cases of razors, material,
cups, etc. Tho walls aro beauti
fully painted and oruamentoJ, aud
the inlaid wood floor has already
become tho talk of tbo city.
Tbero aro now threo obairs in
tho shop, and when the Alameda
arrives there will bo four. Tho
barbers are Frank Paoheco, Pa
checo No. 2, and Pirnentel. Those
men are kuown to everyone for
their thoroughness and the many
ways they hnvo of giving satisfac
tion. A good shave is a thing n
man appreciates and remombors
with pleasure; a bad shave makes
bim irntablo and unfits him for
business. Only a good barbor is
to bo trusted in tbe premises.
Mr. Pacheco's succoss with tbo
new Union is turning out to be aa
phenomenal as his record with tbo
Criterion and tbo Silont shops. At
tho lattor two places he drew a
remarkable tradoand mado money.
This is partly duo to reputation,
but mostly to tbo fact that the
new shop is more metropolitan
than anything yot attempted and
the service is better.
In fitting up his new shop Mr
Paoheco bas had the cordial en
dnrsement aud support of Mr
Ounha, a man who beliovos in
having everything fine aud attrac
tive about bim.
Tbe floor, of whioh montion has
alrottly been made, is a study in
itself. Fiom tho men who laid it
it is learned that there aro in tho
floor 9,263 pieces of wood, ropre
Bouting 41 different kiuds. It
took 17,882 nails to put tho piooes
down, bosides tho gluo usod with
The Union Bhop will bo open
from G:!i() a.m. to 8 p.m. eaob
week day aud from 6:iiO a.m. up
to tho limit on Sundays. There
is a telophono in tho Bhop. The
number is 909.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE West Disinfecting
Machine put In your closat or cesspool. and
save sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 1069.1m
WANTED Unfurnished room or vnall collage,
within haif mile of I'ostoftice. Address Q. Q-.
this office. ii4-at
CURNISIIED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
1 Square; with electric lights. AJJress O. K.,
WAN1ED-Seerat SMALL UOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-1!
XJ ANTED 500 Men to get ShaveJ for 15 cents, at
oi9 t-on street, opposite tne i.iud sunt!
II. JEFI S, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, anJ other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeum with great success. California
Teed Co., Agents. 1069-im
FOR SALE National Cabinet Cash Register, In
irood order Cnt $?tn. will ell fnrSio. Apntv
G. DLITZ, Watchmaker. 417 Nuuanu St. u,4!w
COR SALE The building and lot tn Alakea street,
known as the ALAKEA HOUSE. Apply to owner,
WM. WALE, on premises. 1 1 iS-tf
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENoFNETn perfect
1 orJer, Apply to H. G. Blart, I'ort St. no-tf
COR SALE-HOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
1 AWs Hanna's.
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
BEST cent meat tn town. Try It and be con
vinced. Lind's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
I OST A COLD PIN with a DIAMOND In thectn--
ter, between Walkahalulu Urldge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. iios-sm
DASS-ilOOK LOST.-Pass Dook our. In lavor
I of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder wilM
receive suitable reward hv teivlnir same at tne office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noi-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chloro-Nactholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FUND Pouch containing Ulcvcle outfit. Ooner
can have same bv calllnir at the Eventne Bulletin
office and paying expenses. im
WE RENT the West DISINFECTINO MACHINES
and keeo them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1064.1m
CHI.Mi: ON MAUI.
Opium Smoker HuMata Arrvat Old
OITeniler Hte'la Htove.
Wailuku, Jau. 21. LaBt Tues
day morning, three nativo police
men started from Wailuku for
Spreckelsville iu search of opium
smokers. When they arrived
thero they spiod a Ohiuaman iu
tbe act of hitting tbe pipe; but
whon the police made for the
Ohinaman, the lattor went for
thorn with a butcher's knifo well
sharpened purposely for a polico
man's scalp. During the strug
clo, oue of the polico named Ka
loi reofivod a slight cut on one of
his small fingors. Tho pako at
tempted to escape, but waB finally
cornered in one of tho big irrigat
ing 'Utcnes and wuue tuero snow
ed an ugly spirit for a fight unto
tlc'itb. But tbe three policemen
Hurroundod him ou oithor sido of
the ditch and cowed him into sub
mission with a flourish of black
snakes. The Ohinaman, whon ho
saw he was vanquished, threw hiB
ugly looking weapon into the
ditch, where it was lost. The
coolie warrior was brought down
to Wailuku and was tried before
District Magistrate McKay, who
impoeod a money fine of S75 on
bim for tho crime of smoking
Ioela, rin old Wailuku jailbird,
who has boon out of jail but a
month, was again arrested yester
day for stealing an oil stove and a
tin of kerosene oil, tho property
of Mrs. Edwards of this town.
Ioela after obtaining them wont
aud sold them to a Ohinnmau.
For the oil etovo ho got 25o and
for tho tin full of koroBono oil ho
got' SOo. Ioela is now awaiting
trial. About six months ago,
when this ex-couvict was arraign
ed before Judgo McKay for steal
ing anything he could get hold of
in and around tho jail yard, tho
Judgo asked him if ho had any
thing to say beforo sentenco was
pronounced on him. Tho fellow
replied: "Yes, your honor; give
me six months in jail, as I like
freo board." And tho request
Obo fa is on tho boom again
ovor hero. Tho bankers aro just
as wary and ounning as thoir con
federates in tho blaok art in Ho
nolulu. Obo fa i& a damnable
Bcheme to rob tbo poor, so Bays
Senator Kopoikai, and all will
agree with him.
Tho barks Aldon Besso and J 0
Pfluegor sailed for San Francisco
this forenoon with full cargoos of
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jnn
22, 1 p ui Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Ilureau, Punaliou, Jan 23.
Temperature Morning minimum,
03; Midday maximum, 71).
Haromctcr, Oam, flO.Ol steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a ra 03 percent.
Dew 1'olnt 03.
Saturday, Jau 21.
etnir Klimu, Clarke, from Maul
ami Hawaii ports.
Sunday, Jan 22.
Stmr Keauhou, Moslior, from Ma
kawull. Stmr Claud I no, Cameron, from Ma
U S S Yorktowu, Spurry, from San
Stmr W G Hall, Haglund, from
CASS Warrlmoo, Hay, from Van
couver and Victoria.
Sunday, Jan 22.
Haw Uk Diamond Head, Ward, for
oau v raucisco.
Monday, Jan 23.
CASS Warrlmoo, Hay, for tho
Am Dk Allien llesso, Potter, for San
Gor bk J C Pllueger, Hoover, for
fitntl Kllohnna, Thompson, for
Lnhalna at 3 p m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullott, for
Kapna at 4 p 111.
VE88EL8 LEAVINO TOMOIWOW.
Stmr Iwalanl.Greirorv. for Honokaa
and Kukulhaele at 0 a 111.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmorson, for
I.almlnn Manlaeu, Kona and Kau at
10 a m.
Stmr Kliian, Clarke, for Maul aud
Hawaii ports at 11 a in.
O 8 8 Australia. Hondletto. for
San Francisco 4 p in.
StinrClaudlnc, Cameron, for Maul
ports, at 6 p m.
Stmr Lehuii, Bennett, for Molokal
anil Lanal at 5 p 111.
Sfmr W G Hall. Hastlund. for Na-
wlllwlll, Hauiiiuaulii, Koloa, Eleclo
and Haunpepe at 5 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Australia out tomorrow at 4
Tho Martha Davis is at tho old
Kauai steamers report 20,050
bags of bUgar on tbo Qarden
The barkontino Endeavor sailed
from Port Gamble for Honolulu,
The barkontino S G Wilder for
this port and tho schooner Jennie
Wand for Kahului, both cleared
from San Francisco on the 12th
The Mauna Ala and Martha
Davis both otmo'iu lato Saturdny
afternoon. Tho fornior has 1200
tons of g-. oral merchandise from
Seattle f..r T H Davios & Co and
tho latter 1300 tons of cenoral
merchandise from San Franoieco
for O B rower & Co, as well as 1-1
horses and l'J coops of chickens.
Following aro tho latest Pacific
coast charters for ports nn these
Islands: Albort, bk, 621 lous,
returns to Honolulu iu tho Hawai
ian line; Robert Lewers, eohr,
GG9 tons, returns to Honolulu in
the Hawaiian lino; A M Baxter,
Bcur, 4b'J tons, lumber from Ev
erett to Honolulu rohartorod by
tho Oahu lumber Go: Maria E
Smith, scbr, 457 tons, lumber from
Gamble to Honolulu chartered
by Pope & Talbot; W F Babcock,
ship, 1993 tons, now at Honolulu,
sugar thence to Now York; $5.50
chartered prior to arrival; S N
Castle, bktn, 461 tons, returns to
Honolulu in the Oceanic Lino;
Vine, eohr, 222 toiiB, lumber from
Eureka to Honolulu chartered
by Charles Nelson.
Wailuku, Jan 21 Both tho
American barkentioeWrestler and
brigantine Lurlino will leave Ka
hului for San Francisco noxt week
with full cargoos of sugar. Thoy
aro tho only vessel in port now.
Tho sohooner Jennie Ward is
duo noxt week from San Fran
Tho American sohooner Mary
Dodge, woll known in Honolulu,
arrived at Hana yesterday, Jan
20, 21 days from San Francisco
with a cargo of general merchan
dise and lumber for tho Hana
store. She will load back with
sugar for San Francisco from
thero. Sovoral moro vessels aro ex
pected at Hana during tho coming
Y ourinoney s
That's what you get when you buy IIEYWOOD'S
81I0D8. But your money's worth In shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does j 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 the Big Shoe,
Jt Port street.
From Kauai ports, per stmr W
G Hall, Jan 22-A 8 Wilcox and
wifo, II D Silliman and wifo, Capt
McDonald, Judgo Hardy, Obas
Day, H Green, A B Wood, H
Woltore, Mrs H H Wilcox, Mrs
Toms, Miss O Greon, Miss Tomes,
Minn J Doiwron, Miss G King, G
O Fairchild and 38 deck.
From Kauai port", per stmr W
G Hall, Jn 22-G090 bags sugar
for Haokfeld & Co, 4 horses, 4
bulls aud G cows.
From Makaweli, per stmr Ke
auhou, Jan 223850 bags sugar
for H Wntorbouao & Co.
NKKIA In this ulty. January 22,
lb'jy, 10 tne wiiooia. W. rueeiy,
FAIiUIJfGTON-Iii this city Jan. 22,
to the wifo of W. R. Farrlngton, u
An I'u'y Mats.
The m at 0 of the Snow and Bur
gess is in jail for attompting to
assault Captain Mortensen of tho
same vessel, with a revolver.
This little incident happened
Sunday morning. Tho mate hud
been drinking and, going aboard
ship, got into a discussion with
tho captain. As he started after
the master of the vosel with the
rovolver, Captain Harry Evans,
Captain Jamieson und the mate
of tbe Spokane, rushed aboard
and grappling with tbo mate, took
tho gun away from him. There
wAs quite a struggle beforo the
mate was subdued. Captain
Mortensen does not to prosecute
tho man but wants him off tho
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
Alakea Street, (removed from Hotel St.)
OSfices fop Rent.
The undersigned hereby notify those
that may wish to secure office room near
the City Front and shipping center of the
port, that It Intends to erect a new two
story building on the old site of Queen st.,
and that the whole of second floor will be
arranged In offices en'sulte or single, to
suit Intending tenants. The proximity of
this site to the mercantile and shipping
center of this port, makes It a most con
Applications for rooms may belmadeat
once to C. Brewer & Company, Queen
Honolulu, January 13th, 1899,
11 17-4 w
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Socledade
Post de Santo Antonio Benovelance of
Hawaii, held on December-11, 1898, the
following officers were elected for the ensu
ing year, 1899 ;
J. P. Rodrigues, President.
J. S. Azeredo, Vice-President.
J. S. Ramos, Secretary.
J. T. Flgueredo, Treasurer.
A. I. Sllva, M. R. Blsho, J. V. Femandes,
M. T. Flguerdo, Jr., Antonio Carria.
J. S. RAMOS,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1899. 1 123-1 w
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
Mir. HAPDV Iff pmmi: . Icln, ir...
the residents of Honolulu and the nelglibpr-l?
& ioi.iiiu3 nun tie ii.is Ktnen over mei
HAwrne"! of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
RESORT, and will run the same with a
view tn t hi nttn nmfi4.r i.t -Ann
Everything will be supervised and carried
on n first-class.style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors intending
to locate at the beach for a short season, or
permanently, waujd do well to Inspect the
utkviuniuu.iiiuii ii.miwm proviues, previous
to making their selection, 1121
J. P. I'OST
rarm at Hanakua S 7,300
4 Lots at Maklkl 1,500
tH acres lani near town 6,000
H acre of linj center of town 4,500
A u-year lease 4 cottages i.ijo
A 40-rooni Lodging House, u-year lease. 5,000
urge io atmaiKiki 10.000,
, . 10,000
1? j acres coffee land, Kona
51 acres coffee land, Kona, i planted,
Lot ii acre near town , 1,500
Corner lot center of town 9,500
An 8-year lease s cottages i.ooo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflcc Lane, - Honolulu.
My Guitars aro notod for tho purity
of their tono.
Oultars,vMandollns, Violins, oto., Repaired.
A. DIAS, .
llo'.l street, opposite the Arlington.
TTI TVT "vflT3T?lin-
Wood Carving and Polishing, f
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
FORT STREET. HONOLULU,.!!. I f
ind floor Honolulu Planing Mill. V un
Hawaii Hotel Hack SM
Is a splendidly equipped establishment. It has cour-
uu, unvers, Tine norses, ana rucpcrriiresd,
Rlnrt un Telenhnne 'A1 t V
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