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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, JANUAKY 24, 1899.
84, 31, 25, 3 !
Tliis is not a figure puzzle ; it only means that we re
ceived per "Australia" this trip 34 RAMBLERS, 31 COL
U.WBIAS, and are promised 2; 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 $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,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
M.ur crnrir1 Capital MYr's
NAMr s rock Auth0 eJ Um1 j
Capital i.,i A.WJ
PaiJ Up j IIIJ ASKJ
C. Urerr& Coft,ooj,oot
Am Sue rCo.A'
AmSui-o pJ up
I'wa I'.inYn Co1
If-tmon Plan Co.
I law n cr Co
Haw n S(ic Co'
Ilonoaiu S11 Co,
HorvikiA S Co,
Jlait 1 suiMrCo
Kol 1 SurarG)
Klpth ilu SuCu
Oalu (p J up)
Onornti u (,o
Olow.itu Com y
1, 400,001 165
9,000 000 90.000
I, cx, 000 10,000
500 000 5,0011
5oo,oooj 5 000
160 000' tfioct
5oo,ooo 5 ooo1
500 000 5 ooo
t JEHU "IU .Mill
Walluku Su Co
NVfllar icCum y
will s s Cit 500000 5.000 300,000
Tnitr-N S N Co 500.00M 5,000 500,00(1
Haw n nice Co. 950.000 1,250 a j 5. 001
HlHl KT&LCoj 9uO,COoJ 2.0U0 IO0O0
,Mut,aI Tele Co 150,0x113 90c) 139000
jMAkiiti 1U01I A o.otxi ooj
p J upi 31,000 jid 31.004
Oah u ft & L Co 1 51,000 1 5 1
91 DUO I,
llavi Gov.cper c
20 Hawaiian Agricultural Co
5 Oihu (paid up)
so Oahu (paid up)
louinu tpaia up)
5Oihu (paid up)
jOah.i (paid up)
Jin j7 I l.l wall in ElcctrlcCo
5 rr cent
The climate of all tropical countries Is
very hard on films, plates and all things
pertaining tti photography. Many experts
come down here, obtain a large number
of negatives, which they take honle with
them to develop, only to find that they
have LOST ALL THEY HAD, owing to
climatic deterioration. Bring your work
to us and we will guarantee satisfaction or
NO PAY. Can you ask for anything
squarer than that ?
. C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms 3 11 nil 4, Love Building.
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At tho Old Stand
' . On FortStroot ::
A FINE RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, new
and modern ; large grounds In good style,
150 ftet frontage on Lunalilo street; a
beautiiul home. For particulars see
W. E.BIVENS, -
iU3-iin 315 Port St.
I 7 50.000 7,500,
750 0i 7,500
1,125 txx 11,950
:: 33 Queen Street
Sale of Turkish Rugs
By special request an Auction
Sale of TURKISH AND RUSSIAN
RUGS will be held at
Corner of Fort and Beretania Sts.,
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 25tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. '
Goods now on viow.
THURSDAY, .Tan. 20, 1800,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, Queou street, by nnlur
of D. Dayton, Ksq., administrator of tho
ostato of Mrs. 0, Hummer, docoaioil,
I will soil at Public Auction,
HOOKS, AC, AC.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Offices for Rent.
The undersigned hereby notify those
that may wish to secure officelroom 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 tills port, makes It a most con
Applications for rooms may belmade at
once to C. Brewer & Company, Queen
Honolulu, January 13th, 1S99,
election o? OWicers.
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. Rodrlgues, President.
J. S. Azeredo, Vice-President.
J. S. Ramos, Secretary.
J. T. Flgueredo, Treasurer.
A. I.SItva, M. R. Bisho, J. V. Fernandes,
M. T. Flguerdo, Jr., Antonio Carrla,
J. S. RAMOS,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1809. iuj-iw
yftrfZAJt. in tbit column uillbi intttttJ attttnh
YirE a Untjint insertion; to cents seconJ inter
Uon; jo cenlt a u ttk and o ttntt d moutb 7 bit it tbt
ebeapett aJverttu ng ever offer ci tbt people of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co.tAs;ents. io6jtm
IIITB GINL WANTS PLACE for cooking or
housework. Apply 7491011 Mreet. iuo-ii
WANTED UnlurnlshfJ room or mall collace,
wllhln half mile of Potlofficc. AJJress Q. Q.,
this office. tlai-at
CURNISIIED ROOMS for Gentlemen. near Thomas
1 Squtre; with electric lights. AJJress O. K.,
WANT CD-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kin? and
J ANTED 500 Men to eet Shaved for I j cents, at
" 6tjJi Fort street, opposite the Club Stables,
lojftt II. JEITS, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I le(te, St AnJrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Iniane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with crcat success. California
Feed Co., Agents. 1069.1m
I OST-A WHITE FEATHER BOA on the roaJ to
L Moana Lua last Sunday. Please return ti this
office and receive reward. t,u(tf
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen--
ten between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St
Return to this office. iio8-m
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Book our. In favor
of Win, Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward by leaving sime at the oftice
of the HAWAIIAN-CIIINLSC M.WS. uoi-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inynurhouses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FOR SALE National Cabinet Cash Register. In
irond order Cost f 110: will sell forSios. Arrlv
G. DhlTl, Watchmaker 417 Nuuanu st. tii4-iw
COR SALE The building and lot 5)1 Alakea street.
T known as the ALAKEAHOUSE. Apply to owner,
WM. WALE, on premises. itiS-tf
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
T order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Fort St. iio-tf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON AtODERN LACE, at
' Mrs Manna's.
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Tort street. 1067
REST ascent meal In town.
Trv It and be con-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
FOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Owner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. 111
WIE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
W and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents.
CAIILi: FOIl MANILA.
(Irnrral tlreelry KxiikcI. to IIkvm Ilia
Hhlp n the) Wuy Moon,
WisHuinpton, Jnnuary 14. Gtn
oral Greeloy, tho chief signal
ollicer, Imh gone to New Tori: to
look nfter the execution of con
trncts for tho supply of ocean
cable for tho Philippines. The
nrrmiRerupnta aro coming along
rapidly nnd General Greeloy ox
pecta that within ono month at
least his specially chartered cable
Bhip will have atarted from San
Francisco for tho Philippines,
carrying tho cablo which ia to
couueot the Philippines islands of
tho rorthorn group with tho
American headquarters at Manila.
One of the fit Bt links to bo sup
plied will bo a line between Ma
nila aud Iloilo.
Liirtffst Htenmer In The World.
The "White Star Steamer
Ocoauic, tho largost in tho world,
was lauuehed at Belfast, Eoylaud,
Jaunary Id, from Hnrland &
Wolff's yard. A Grandstand to
hold 5000 people had beon erected.
Among tho noted pooplo present
were Duke and DucIipss E Abor
corn. Lord and Lady Dufferiu, tho
Marciuia and Marchioness of Lion-
donborry, tho Earl of Shrowsbury,
tho Earl 01 Ava, the .bar! of
Shaftesbury, Sir Michaol Hioks
Beaah and tho Lord Mayor of Bel
fast. Tho Ocoanio ia 701 foot long,
her grosa tonnago ia 17,000 and
sho nas a coal capacity sufficient
to onable her to circumnavigate
tho globe at a spaed of twelve
knots an hour.
Mrs. Phobe Harriaon died yes
terday after an operation. She
had been about town in apparont
health a few days ago. A native
of Waikapu, Maui, aho was 44
yoars of ago. Sho was tho wife of
Captain Harrison and mother of
H. J. Harrison and Mrs. Samnol
Johnson. The funeral takos
place at 3:30 this aftornoon from
tho Christian church, of which
Mra. Harriaon was a momber.
H. H. WilliamB is tho undortakor
About llio Cano Uorcr,
When Prof. Koebelo returns
from Hawaii ho will romain hero
a short time and will thon go to
Kauai toinvostigato tho cauo boror
that has becotno so dostruotivo of
For additional Shipping News see seventh pce.
Diamond Head Hlirnnl Station. Jnn
24, 1 p in Weather linzy, wind light
Weather llurenu, Punahou, Jan 24.
Temperature Morning minimum,
01 Midday maximum, 70.
Barometer, Oam, 30.03 steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a in 04 percent.
Dow Point 02 F.
Monday, Jan 23.
O & O S S Doric, Smith, from San
Tuesday, Jan 24.
S S Aztec, from Yokohama.
Sunr Nocau, Gregory, from
Tuesday, Jan 24.
Stmrlwalanl, Gregory, for Ilonokaa
Stmr Maunu Loa, Slmerson, for
Lahtilna Maalaea, Kona and Kim.
Stmr Klniui, Clarke, for Maul and
OSS Australia, Hondlette, for
San Fnuiclsco at 4 p in.
Stmr Claudliic, Cameron, for Mutil
porlM, at 6 p 111.
Stmr TiUhiia. Duiiiiett. for Molokai
and Lauai at C p 111.
Stmr W G Hall, Ilaglund, for Xa
wlllwlll, llaiinmaulu, Koloa, Kleulo
mill Hatinjiepo at 5 p m.
O & O S 8 Doric, Smith, for China
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho S G Wildor sailed from
San Francisco for this port, Janu
The bark Fresno arrived in
Port Gamble from Honolulu,
The barkoutiue Uncle John
sailed from Eureka for this port,
Tho schooner John G North
arrived in Snn Francisco from
Honoipo, Jauury IG.
Tho schoonor Jonnio Wand
sailed from San Francisco for
Rnhului, January 14.
Tho schooner King Cyrus sail
ed from Newcastle, N S W, for
this port, January 13.
It was nflor 12 o'clock today
before tho Kiunu got away for
Maui and Hawaii ports.
Tho Doric sailed for China aud
Japan a little aftor 2 p. m, today.
The band played u farewell con
cert ou tho wharf.
The Noeau brought 4332 bags
sugar from Hamakua to day for F
A Sohaefer & Co. This will be
put iuto the II P Rithet. Tno
Noeau may sail again tomorrow.
Captain Parkor, formorly of the
Inter Island Co, left in tho Kinau
this foronoon to tako tho position
of first mato on the steamer Ha
waii of the Wilder Steamship Co.
The 0 &. 0 S S Doric, Smith
comraandbr, arrived in port at
about 5pm yesterday, aftor a
splended tio of G dny3, 3 hours
and 37 miuutos fromlSan Fran
cisco. Sho sailed on tho 17th
inat and had fine weathor all tho
way. Tbo Doric oontinued on bor
trip to tho Orient at 2 p m today.
For Maui and Hawaii porta,
per stmr Mauna Loa, Jan 24
Prof Koobele, Lilly Akona, May
Silva, L Waiau, J E Nahale and
chrildron, Mrs A Eoimanu, Kili
pohi Silva, MrB J Miles, Master
Malakana, Master Kawoba, Mra
Wong Kui, H Smith, D B Mo-
connchio, H Willgoroth, A Fer-
nandea, 1 M ownnzy, J V Dearie,
R 0 Searle, G Nanapo, Mra Mor-
tow, aiisa Maud Auld, M P Jju
liiin and wife, D Nahalo and wife,
For Mnui and Hawaii porta, por
stmr Kinau, Jan 24 Mrs Jo
Wiug and 2 children, A S Cleg
born, Kev E J H Van Deerlin,
Mrs C V E Dovo and 3 children.
Mrs It L Hind, Miss Hind, Marks
Greon and daughter, P T Phillips,
U A Allen, Mies Elaa Grubb,
Mra H G Danford, A V Gear, E
K Johnson, Miss M G Treat, Mrs
GS Thrall, Mies Bourke, Miss
Mary Kapahua, Misa L Ahu.Mies
Ashworth, Mra T Soronson, 0 E
Egnns, 0 H Browu, F Whitney
and daughter, T Amai, Akuna, J
R Bergatrom, James Dodd, W
Remensfergor, 0 T Day, Mrs E
Conrad and daughter, J. A Lawo
lawo, Mias Kamala. Rev J Keki-
pi, Waster Williams, JAM Oso-
riov mastor William, JJr Walters,
Rov Fathor Mathias. Ed Morton.
Ben Morton, David Morton, Miss
uocnort, J w PhilliDB. Mrs Post-
or, Mrs J H Boyd, 'Mrs J N
Roberteou, Mrs D Kaapa, Dr
Atohorloy, Wm Thompson, Mrs F
Fletcher, Cap Parker.
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every respect. You will
find It good because Its styles are not only tasty, but desirable and
serviceable. GOOD because Its assortment Is varied and complete.
GOOD because It shows full, honest value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING,
except your time, to call and see for yourself, and If your TIME is
valuable you cannot spend It to a better advantage, or at any place
where you will receive better returns than examining our superb
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,
Sign of the
BAD RUNAWAY ACCIDENT
Mrs. Henry Gorman had a nar
row eacapo from a shocking death
a little after noon yosterday. Sho
had just driven away from her
homo in Young street, whon tho
large hor30 hornessod to tho bug
gy bolted with tho bit in bis
teeth. Tho horse flew by long
strides out toward Alnpai street
Neighbors heard the imperilled
lady's cries for help as tho car
riage wont awaying nnd bounding
past their houses.
At the end of Young strcot tho
buggy almost gTBzed tho corner of
a fenco Alanai street baa no
curbing nor sidewalk there and
then sworving across Alapai street
was dashed to pieces against a
telephone polo. Mr. Gorman was
hurled violoutly to tho ground
amidst the wreck. Sho was pick
ed up by mon who had startod out
from all aidoa to atop tho runaway.
Blood was flowing from her face
and thero woro bleeding contu
sions on her limbs. Withal, bo
ing covered with dust and having
her clothoB torn, tho lady looked
in a much worse condition than
happily proved to bo tho caso. It
was indeed most fortunate sho
was not killed outright.
Mrs. Gorman was carried into
the house of Emil Klemmo closo
by to await surgical attention.
Dr. Wayson was soon brought
and, aftor ho had bestowed the im
mediate relief required, tho in
jured lady was removed to hor
Out .Airalnit Quay.
Harriaburg, Pa., Jan. 17. A
conference of tho anti-Quay Re
publican legislators was bold this
morning at which it was decided
to meet daily during tho contest
for United States Senator. Fifty
ono original siguors .to the anti
Quay pledge wera present. Sena
tor Loech, of Schuylkill, who is
reported ill, was tho only absen
tee. The steering committee ro
portod a plan of notion and Sena
tor Martin of Philadelphia and
Representative Bliss of Delaware
gave practical instruction as to
the procedure for tho olection of a
.Thoro are 183 bluejackets in tho
Dorio for United Stitos men-of-war
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. C. Beckwlth, con
taining 28.32 acres, situated at Haiku,
Maul, near the Plantation grounds;
elevation 300 feet, trade winds blow fresh
and cool from the sea; a comfortable sub
stantial house of 7 rooms, 3 dressing rooms,
closets, kitchen, pantry and office, and
several outbuildings all In good repair;
fruit and shade trees. Water supply from
cistern and never falling springs. Good
pasture with ravine and running water.
Clear title from Royal Patents For fur
ther Information Inquire on the premises
or of F. B.DAMON,
1 126 . Honolulu.
Alakea, near, Hotel street, (removed
T. V. KINO ,
J. F. POST
As the Comic
" 13 n pp.Y " Hopper
In hit NEW, TUNNY PLAY,
HISS LOUISE LLEMffl
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGB COMPANY.
ISW1 THE BEST!
Saturday, January 28
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEAUIE desires to inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing Islands that he has taken over the
manacement 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 beach for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to inspect the
accommodation Ilaniwai provides, previous
to making thelpselectlon. 1121
My Guitars aro noted for tho purity
of their tono.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc., Repaired.
o& llo'tl itrttt. opposite ih Arlington.
F. N. OTEEMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
PORT STREET. 5 HONOLULU. 11 I
sni floor Honolulu Planing Mill. mt
Is a spltnJIdly equipped establishment. It has cour
teous drivers, fine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ring up Telephone 32 i
Farm at llamnkua $ 7,50c
7 J4 acres land near town , 6,000
M acreol l.nd center ol town 4,500
A u-ytar lease 4 milages...., 1,250
A 40-room LodKlng House, ia-)ear tease. 5.00
Large lot at AUIklkl 10,00a
its acres coffee land, Kona 3,000
Si acres coffee land, Kona, )5 planted. . . . 6,000
Lot ii acre near town 1,300
Corner lot center of town v,3
An 8-year lease a cottages 1,000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postotilcc Lnne, - Honolulu.
' A switch Jb boing put into tho
tramways track on Queen street
just round tho cornor of Fort.