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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 25, 1899.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED
POUT, NEAR HOTEL. STHECT, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
34, 31, 25, 3 !
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 chainlebs by next "Australia."
Columbia Model 49, the lightest running, lightest weight
and strongest wheel on eartli we are selling for $50. The other
Columbia chain models will be sold at ?Co, and the chainless
at S85. Ramblers, all models, S50.
You know what Columbias and Ramblers are they are
all right so treat yourself to a new mount to spin through the
year '99 with.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kinjr Sts.
Columbia and lUtnblur Agents.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
Capllal 'nM . . ,
Iti4 Up , l,,J AskJ
C Brewer Cnf i.ou ,00010000
.Am Sue rCo Av
AmbuCo p'J up.
C.j !ij t'n Co
Haw n Acr. Co.
Hw'n Suif Co
Honomu Su Co
Houokia S Co
V rituku I 'I nd
linhtilH u Co
OihuS (p J up)
Gnomea Su Co
Olowalu Com y
Pacific Su Mill
Ploreer Mill Co
Wnllultu Su Co
Waimea MM Co
160 oon) IM
500,000 5 too
1,13 OOOU 950
foo,oooj 7 000
35 OOU 7 520
115 OHO 1 250
355 two MS3
1 50 00c
U ltder S Co 500 000 j 000
lltrUSNCo 5000001 3oo
la'n Hpc Cn s$oond a.aja
Hono HTSttCo aoo.-Ko i,otx
Multul Tel Co! i5t).(ocJn,oool
MiVfihi" 'f s v 90
" i J tin 11 000 1
Haw Gov,6per c
Oahu R VI. Co
Jtn 37 Hawaiian flevtricCo
The ell mite of all tropical countries Is
very harJ on films, plates and a tilings
portalnlns to photography. Many experts
comedown here, obtain a large number
of negatives, which they take home 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 gu trantee .itlsfactIon or
NO PAY. Can you ask for anything
squ irer than that ?
C. E. LeMUNYON,
lloonm 3 and 4, Love Building.
. We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At the Old Stnnd
On Fort Street ::
10 000 f 1,000 000
7$o,ooq' 750000" II
a.ouo ooojao.ocoj ,OLO,oooajJLS02jfr
175 ood 1 750 175.030! I
jooood 5000 500000 4051
2 000,000! no 000 1,400 000 16$ 170
joo.ooal 3 uoo joo 000
l,ouo,oaulo,oou l.ouoooo 30O
5011 owi 5 000) 500 000, 355
$oooou! 5000' 500,00a I25
160,000 i 6jo
inn. at to i ooat inn nan i
:: 33 Queen Street
THURSDAY, Jan. 20, 189!),
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salosrootn, Quoon streot, by order
of D. Dayton, Hsij., nilmlnlstnitor of tlio
ofitato of Mrs. C. Hammer, docoatiod,
I will Mil tit Public Auction,
HGDltOOM PURNITURB, .
HOOKS, AC, AC.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. C. Beckwlth, con
taining 28.32 acres, si tinted 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,
n 26 Honolulu.
tfrKSSJi- in (til column mil hi Inserted at If emit
nym a lint first Insertion; lo rents second tnser
lion; to tints a n and to cents a month. This Is the
cheapest adxerltstng ever offered the people 0 Honolulu.
UEWANT YOU TO HAVE West Wslnfectlne
"" Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness California Feed Co .Agents, tofrg-im
WANTED TWO GOOD CANPENTCHS at O R.
& L, Co.'s workshops. A lone Job for the
right men. iis7-iw
A first-chssGIHMANGIKL WANTS POSITION
as cook or for ccner.il homework. Call at
White lloute, Nuuanu street. naT-tw
WHITE QIRL WANTS PI ACE for cooking or
housework. Apply 740 1 otl Street iu6-it
ANTED Unfurnished room or small cottage.
' wiimn nan mue 01 rosionice. rtjjress v w
this office. im-at
CURNISIIED ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
square, with electric lights. Address O. K,
UANTED-Several SMALL DOYS. Arply at
iiono u u mettcner service, corner k nt. ana
f ANTED 500 Men to Ret Shaved for t J cents,
' 610H I'ort street, opposite the Club Stsbl
loit-tf H.JEI-IS, Proptletor
THE PUHLIC TO KNOW that the St Louis Col-
lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
reed Co.. Agents. icoo-im
I OST A WHITE rKATIIEK HOA nn lh road to
" Moana Lua last SunJiv. Please nturn t this
office anJ receie reward tta6ir
I OST A GOLD PIN with a MAMONtTln the eon
L. ter; between Walkahalulu IlrlJce and Alipal St.
Return to this office. i it8im
PASS-IIOOK LOST. Pass Book out. In lavor
ol Win. Crawford, lias been lost. I Inder will
receive suitable reward bv leivln? same at the oftice
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. uoi-lf
A LITE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In vourhouses. Chloro.NjDtholeum kills
cockroaches and ants.
- . r. . . . t .
aee uauiornia teej uo.,
COR SAI I National Csblnet Cash Register, In
1 good order Cost Ssto, will sell for $105 Apply
G. DLIT, Watchmaker. 4IT Nuuanu st. i!34iw
PR SALE-OnelUPMAN ENGINEin r'l
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart, Port St. tioi-tf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
1 Mrs Hanna's.
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
n Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergklrom
Music Co., fort street. 1067
cent meal In town. Try It and be con
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
FOUND Pouch containing (llcvcle outfit 0ner
canhtve same by calling at the Evtnlng Bulletin
office and palng expenses. nai
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Pied Co., Agents. to6c)-im
POWER TO HOLD TERRITORY.
Continued from Pagb 1.
he nnitl, "to 09tihliali or iniintnin
colonics hoiiloriiitf on tlin United
Suites or nt a distance to bo ruled
rind governed nt is own pleasure,
nor to enlarge its territorial limits
in any way oxcopt by the admis
sion of new states. That power
is plainly given.
It bas been bold to authorize tbo
acquisition of territory not Gt for
admission at the time but to bo
idmitted. It ia
acquired to become n atato and
not to bo held as a colony." (19
Mr. Gardner said: "I am of
opinion that this declaration is
not a dictum, ns often contended,
but a vital part of tho decision,
an essential step in an elaborate
aruument; n point necpa
aarily involved in deciding
that the Missouri Compro
mise, was unconstitutional and
Dred ticott a slave anil not a
The decision is eitlior law or
not law. It cannot be valid as to
colonies, a secondary consider
ation, and invalid as to slavery, a
primary issue. It must stand or
fall as a whole. Honco we bavo
this dilemma: If today tbo Drod
Scott decision is law, tben the
13th, 14th and 15th amendments
aronotlaw; tho results of tho ro
belliou aro nullified; the Mis
souri compromise was unconsti
tutional; slavery can bo main
tained in all our territories, and
tbo negro has no 'rights which the
white man is bound to respeot.'
(Id How. 407.) This dilemma
bas been overlooked."
Mr. Gardiner went on to assort
that tho laws of tho Unitod States
do not apply to any territory not
in possession of tho Government
when they woro onactod. Thos
tho relations of newly acquired
territory would stand in tho same
rolations to tho States regarding
tho tariff as they did beforo being
Mr. Gardner pave credit to tho
press of tbo country for the growth
of the expansion sentimont and
called upon tho bar to givo its
support to tbo work of spread
Tho Mnuna Ala has hauled
over to Brewer's wharf.
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
Diamond Head 8luual Station, Jan
a, 1 n m Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Ilurcnu, Pmialiou, Jnn 2.
Temperature Morning minimum,
Gl; Midday maximum, 77.
.Barometer, 0 a m, 30.02 Irregular.
IlaliifnII, do, 0.28 from tho West.
Humidity at 0 a m 87 percent.
Tuesday, Jnn 21.
Stmr "Walalenle, Green, from Kl
Initen. Stmr Kauai, Urulin, from Ilann
mntilu. S 8 Garonne, Conrndl, from Senttlo
Wednesday. Jan 25.
Stmr James Mnkec, Tulictt, from
Wednesday, Jnn Si.
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, for the
Stmr Noenu, Pedersen, for Ho
uokita and Kukulhiiclo nt 3 l m.
Stmr James Mnkcc, Tulictt, for
Kaiiuii at 4 l m.
Stmr Kutinl, llruhn, for Xawlll-
will ant) Kolon nt 4 p m.
Stmr Kilauea Hon, Mitchell, for
Klhcl nt I ) m.
Htmr Helena, Mncdonnld, for Ta
milian. Kuknlnu, Ooliala, Latipnlioc
hoo and 1'npalon ut 0 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho KauikoHouli Bnils for Pa
auilo at 3 p m today.
Kauai stenmors roport 1G,900
bags of sugar loft on the Garden
Tho Snow and Burgoss bas
liauh'd over to the old nshraarkot
Inspector of Custom Jacobsen
and Mis Wright aro to be mar
ried this overling.
Tho schoouor Waialua came in
from Ilnunlei, Kauai, this fore
noon with a cargo of 1000 bags of
Tno Mikahnla will bo in from
her regular Kauai ports tomorrow
morning nnd will sail again on
Tho Kilauoa Hnu has complet
ed her rupnirs on (bo maritio rail
way nud will sail for Kihoi at 4 p
Tho timo of sailing of tho Ga
ronne has beon changed from
Saturday tho 23th inst to Monday,
tbo 30th, at 2 p m H WatorhouBO
& Co aro tho agents.
Tho Aztec on mo in from her
nuchorogo off port Into yesterday
aftornoon, discharged Japanese
and freight and coutinuod on her
way to bun i'rancisno lata at
1? ho Mikahnla will bring a load
of K S M sugar. Tbo Koauhou
was at Muknwoli yestorday. She
could not work on account of tho
continued rains. Choppy seas aro
reported at llapaa.
Tho bukontino Amolia was
towed to son by tho tug boat this
morniuu. Sho was only in port
about nine days nnd is returning
to tlin Sound after another cargo
of lurabor for this port.
There is a fine new boat at the
boat landing. It is much lighter
than the others and is designed to
carry a greater number of pas
songers: Kahalomauna, a native
back driver, is tbo owner.
The South wfcd of today has
mado it very bad along the water
front. This was particularly so
in tbo cases of tbo vessels that
found it necessary to shift their
positions. Tho Conoord, laden
with lumbor for Kaunakakai,
whilo attempting to haul away from
Brewer's wharf this morning, wbb
blown in toward tho boat landing.
A "Yorktown" water boat was
squezed against tho whnrf and the
Kauikeaouli, near by, was pushed
quite a distance, ahead. Tho Alico
Cooke, in attempting to move away
from the Inter-Island wharf, enmo
vory nearly ovorturning the don
Key ongino siauoneu on tuu wuun.
She was blown toward Waikiki
and tho bow lino caught tho don
From Kapaa, per stmr James
Makee, Jan 25 Mrs Loo Kei and
5 on deck.
From Kilauoa, per stmr Wni
alenle, Jan 242309 bags sugar
for W G Irwin & Co.
From Hanamaulu, per stmr
Kauai, Jan 247190 bags sugar.
From Kapna, per stmr James
Makoo, Jan 25 5152 bags of
sugar and 50 bags of rice.
LUCAS In this city, Jun. 25, 1809.
FFlmlln A nlln Titinn 4 111-. Iinlmm,!
daughter of Mr. nnt Mrs. T. It.
i.ucas, nge 1 montu anil 14 days,
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In evety 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 TOU 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 Big Siioi:,
tt lort street.
llllo Mlliilwr Notrf.
The schoonor Alton, 31 days
from Seattle, laden with lumber,
800 boxes apples and 448 doss eges,
nrrived on the 20th. Cnpt. Fitz
gerald, tbo Hilo pilot, beliovr s tho
Hggs will be unloaded nt Mono
lulu, if possible, and Port Survey
or MoAlton will pass upon the
apple boxes. Tho lumbor is in
Tho schooner La Ninfa ha re
turned hither from Lhiipahoehoe
after discharging her lumber. Sbo
hits yot soma Bis or eight tons of
blncksmith coal on board and
which sho will retain as ballast
until sho goes to Honolulu.
The barkRodorick Dhu, Captain
Johnson, Hailed Jnn. 20 for San
Francisco, with sugar consigned
to J. 1). Spreckels.
The bnrks Santiago and Amy
Turner, are in port. Tho Santia
go has a part of a cargo nud Cnpt.
Guard hopes to get her away in
two weeks; tho Amy Turner has
only 1100 bogs of sugar on board
to date, and it is doubtful if she
can fill up here. Sho may go to
Yorktown It IX-l'j-eil.
From present indication?, the
U. S. Gunboat Yorktown will not
jet nway for Manila until Friday
or Saturday. The work of coaling
ship is taking longer than at first
behoved and thon, today's strong
wind from tho South has occasion
ed (in extra delay. Captain Spar
ry is not cortain just when he can
sail but, very probably, this will
not take place until tho timo men
Card of Thanks.
Opt. Harrison and children desire to
express their gratitude to their many kind
friends for their sympathy and assistance
during their late bereavement. H27-it
The funeral of the late John McKeague
will take place at 3:30 p. m., TO
MORROW AFTERNOON, from the
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
The funeral of the Infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lucas will take place
at 3 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON from
their residence, and 3:30 from the Roman
Catholic Cathedral. 1 127-1 1
A PAYING BUSINESS. CHANCE
FOR ONE WITH SMALL CAPITAL.
W. E. BIVENS,
iii3-im 315 Fort St.
Great Business Opening!
I HAVE A VALUABLE
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an active business man
for placing the work on the market. This
Is a splendid business opening for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
1127 L. W. G Bulletin office.
Alakea, near Hotel street, (removed from
' Hotel St.)
T. V. KINO
J. r. HOST
As th Comic
" 'JEM n ip.y " Hopper
In his NEW, TUNNY I'LAY,
IISS LOW LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
lcES THE BEST!
Saturday, January 28
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEMAE desires to Inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing Islands that he has taken oer the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
KESORT, nnd 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 llanlwal provides, previous
to making their selection. 1 121
My Guitars are noted for tho purity
of their tone.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, oto., Roralred-
069 llot.l strut, opposite the Arlington.
P. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing;.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET, HONOLULU, II I
ml floor Honolulu PUnlne Mill. m
Is splendidly equipped estAbllshment. Ithiscour
teous drivers, fine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ring up Telephone 32 t
I. rrm at lliirakua $ 7,30a
3, 4 Lots at MiUlkl 3.50
J, 7ji aires land near town 6,oo
4, H acre of land center of town 4,50
5. A i-)ear leas4 cottaces i,ij
6, A 40-riunn Lodging House, n-year lease 3,00
7. Large lot at Malklkl o,oo
8. I7J acres coffee land, Kona l.ooa
0. 31 acres coffee land, Kona, i planted. . . . 6,000
10. Lot JS acre near ton 1,30
11. Corner lot center of town 9,30a
II. An 8-jear lease 1 cottages i.oo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postotflce Lone, - Honolulu
A switch is boing put into (ho
tramways track on Quppo street:
just round tho corner of Fort.