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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 2G, 1899.
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Do You Use
Plows, Farming Tools, Carpenters'
Tools, Windmills, Pumps, Paints and
Oils, Pipe and Fittings, Roofing Iron,
Rifles, Shotgun,1 Powder and Shot, and
general Hardware ? If so the place to
get them is on the corner of Fort and
King streets, of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort axid Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Ilnmblcr A go Mb.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMMNED
i GP.T, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK! CPSL fJ
Paid Up .
1114 Ask J
htt i ittU.
C. Brewer & Cuft.ooi.ooo
Jio.ooaf t,ooo ock
Am :j; rCo.Av 750,ox
.r J "P
7 $o.ooo '
r "' nl 11 Co a tna.ooo ,omij j.ouo.txuzsiU
Ilam'i i'IaiiLo 175000 1,75a 175.000.
IU i Xgr. Co1 joi.ooj fouo! 500,000
lilt 1(J Co i.goo.ooo ao oooj 1,400000
Hoiinn 1 Su Co 300,001 ),ooo jon.oooi
lion'tkM S Co I.tXO.OOOlO.OtM XtOOO.OJ
lUlkti su,arlo joououf 5,od 500,00
Kahuku Pl'n Co S'w.oooj jaw' 500000
IColm SusirCo j(iu jooo 300,000
KipAlutlu uOi 160.000 1,600 i6o,ouu
fjj'iu s Me Goo 000 6,000
OaljuS (p'Jup) 1,800,00018000 1,800,001
VKJ.UiW 10,000 1,000,000)
rirtL.-ii . ct r
500.000 5 000 5o.,ood
Pacific Su Will
Pa'a Planl'n Co
1 59,000 1, $00 1 50,000
500,000 5 000' 50-) ooal
750,01)0 7.500, 75a cw
Pioneer Aill Co
Wultuku Su Co
750,000 T.jooj 7?ooooj
wamiiac Com )
WlUer S S Co
Intrr-U S N Co
Ilsw n I. lee Co I
1 19 wo
JjO.'uu J, 000
9 oou) 90
luteal Me Ok
I!aw Gov,6per cj
j Oalitf (assessable)
5 Oahu (assessable)
Xin i ILvvillan Eli-ctrlc Co . ...
5 per cent
The climate of all tropical countries Is
very hard on films, plates and all things
pertaining to photography. Many experts
comsidown 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 guarantee satisfaction or
NO PAY. Can you ask for anything
squaref, than that ?
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms il and A, Love Building,
We turn out the finest work
at ihe most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At tho Old Sund
On Fo t Street ::
3S Queen Street
This Is the last sale of the TURKISH
and PERSIAN RUGS, and it will take
FRIDAY, JAN. 27TH!
At io O'clock a. m.
For tills sale
will be sold at ANY PRICE BID, and I
will endeavor to close out the invoice at
any reasonable bids offered.
Rugs now on view.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEAUUi 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 run the same with a
view-to tlie entire comfort of his patrons.
Everything will be supervised and carried
on Iu 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 nuking their selection. 1 121
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
VfjK3',', in Ibit column will be interled allfttnll
fcC altnefirtl insertion; to tents teconJ inlet'
lion; jo ttntl au etk an J $o ctnlt a montb. 7 til it tbt
cbtJpttt adverliting tver ojftrtd tbi people of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West DUtnfccllne
vv Machine put In your closet or cesspool, n3
save sickness. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069.1m
UANTED-A LIVE YOUNC. MAN acquainted with
" citvtodeer Mead, NLW LINtiLANI) IIAK
EKY, Hotel street. itiB-it
XANTED-TVO GOOD CAUPENfERSarbTj
L, Co. s workshops. A Ions Job lor the
A first-class GERMAN GIWL WANTS POSITION
rt as cook or for general housework. Call at
White House, Nuuanu street. iwtw
UANTED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
' Monoiuiu messencer service, corner Mnu ana
Alakea streets. io6-tf
f ANTED 500 Men to Eft Shaved for 1 j cents, at
W 610M Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
loji-tf H.JEFFS. Proprietor.
THEPUilLICTOKNOWthatthe St. Louis Col
1 lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu IMson, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeum with great success. California
1 eea CO., Agents. lofro-im
I OST-A WHITE TEATHER IlOA on the road to
l- Moana Lua last Sundav. Please return 1 1 this
office and receive reward. tiiflf
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the ccn-i-
ter: between Walkahalulu IlrlJce and Alaial St.
Return to this office. no8.sm
PASS-DOOK LOST. Pass Dook out. In fator
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward by leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NLWS. noi-tf
LIFT, from not having West Disinfecting Ma-
flilnat In ifniir hmi f hlnn.Mn(KflAiin LUta
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FOR SALE-National Cabinet Cash Register, in
pood order Cost fjio: will sell forfios. Arrlv
G. DblTZ, Watchmaker, it Nuuanu st. ttai-iw
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. (Mart, Fort St. no-lf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
1 Mrs Hanna's.
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chaoel or residence. Berpstrom
Music Co., Fort street, 1067
DEST as cent meal In town.
Trv it and be con-
Lind s Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
FOUND Pouch containing Ulcvcle outfit 0ner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. list
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING A1ACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069-im
A llnrrril htnvn Hammock.
A good htrong hammock ciin ho marie
from n barrul Tal:u the turrel apart anil
uso the Htac. On both Mitlcs of each
end cut notches two inches from the
cud ami otiu inch duep Urn 11 piuco of pa
per tlio width of Htavo and cut notches
Use tills for 11 pattcm Mark nil the
htaves by it. Saw tn each way to make
tho notch In tbo two end btaves bore
two holes largu enough for tho ropo to
Tuko two cutis of a clothcsllnu.
leaving 3,4 feet T10 together, thcu
weavo tho ropes, ouo over, 0110 under,
DIAGRAMS roil HAMMOCK MAKINO.
nntil you baro tho length of hummock
Wcavo the other side. Huvo two fctrong
Iron rings to tie tho cuds iu Cut two
pieces flvo feet long to go in tho holes and
through tho ring. Now with pillows in
it you havo a iluo hammock. A corre
spondent of Tho Country Gentleman, iu
which thesu directions and dingrattib
origiually nppenred, bays you can make
a email one for n child with four staves,
hjiving them run leugthwifeo of the
hammock. Tho first drawing is for a
child's hammock, tho second represents
tho end of a largo hammock, and tho dot-
tod Hues show where tho ropo is woven.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Garonns Cold N(ore,
Captain Oonradi reports having
discharged from the British-American
lino stenmor Garonne, 270
quarter casks, 25 half casks, and
25 full casks of Milwaukco beer
and a quantity of butter and sal
mon. Tins enrae in tuo steamer s
cold storage nnd came out in first
clnsss condition. "Said to bo tho
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
ua A T
Tor additional Shipping News tee seventh page.
Diamond Head Signnl tuMoii, .Tim
20, 1 p in Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jan 20.
Temperature Mornlnjr minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 74.
Barometer, 0 a tn, 30.10 rising.
Bainfall, do. 0.00.
Humidity niOam 69 percent.
Dew l'olnt 6r) b
North wind and very tlry nlr.
Wednesday, Jan 23.
Sttnr Upolu, HennIngsen,from Ha
waii. Thursday, Jan 20.
Btmr Iwa , from Oahu ports.
Sttnr Kllohaua, Thompson, from
Htmr Keauhou, Mosher, from lia
Stmr Mlkaliala, Thompson, from
Knual ports. ' i
O&O 8 S Contlc. Sealhv. from
China and Japan.
Thursday, Jan 20.
Am bktu Irmtrnrd. Schmidt, for
Stmr Walalealu, Oreen, for Kilau-
ca, Kiillliiwal anil llntmlci.
Thursday, Jan 20
Am schrSnokane. Janneson, for the
O & O S S Contlc. Sealbv. for San
Francisco ut 4 p in.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tuo Boboanor Spoknuo anils in
bul lust for the Sound this after-
Tuomnoson, n deserter from tho
bark Nuuanu that sailed for Ka-
hiilui h few days since to com
plete her cargo of sugar, was cap
tured yesterday oud sent id tho
Heleno to Kaliului iu charge of a
police officer to be put aboard his
Tho O&OSS Coptic, Sualby
commander, arrived id port and
hauled alongside the Pacilio Mail
wharf early this morning, a day
ahead of her scheduled time. She
sailed from Yokohama on tho
17th inst. The Coptic has 0 Japa
ueuQ and, one Russian in the cabin
for this port. She also tins 43G
Jnpnnese in tho steorngo, as well
as 5UJ tons of general merchan
dise consigned to H Haokfeld
' m m m
HKCKPTION AT WAIKIKI.
PlenaHnt Function to Mutt Dr. anil Mri.
Tho reception given by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Alton Herbert to Dr. and
MrB. St. D. Gynlnis Walters at
tho Hawaiian hotel annex, Wni
kiki, yoiterday afternoon, wns a
very successful affair. There
wore in tuo noiguuoroooa ot a
hundred and lifty guests. The
reception prober was in the main
bouBO, now Mfoupied by Col. nnd
Mrs. Mncfurlnno. Mrs. Allen
Herbert ami Mrs. Walters receiv
ed. Dr. WaltorB was absent on
account of his snddon call to
The afternoon was a beautiful
ono, nnd tho arrnngemonts were in
keeping with tho nature of tho
day. Tho houso was prettily de
corated with flowers and greens
by Mrs. Macfarlane nnd others.
Refreshments were served under
the trees on tho lawn. Tho Quiu-
tetto Ulnb was present, nnd dnnc
iDg to rousio by tho boys wns in
dulged in on tho lanai of tho flno
bath houso that has just been
Among thoso present wore: Mr
nod Mrs George Macfarlane, Mr
nnd Mrs E D Tenney, Mr nnd
Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Noonnn, Dr
and MrB Humphris, the Misses
Afong. Misses Eitehon, Widdi
field Mitchell and Bruso, Bov nnd
Mrs Alexander Mackintosh, Rev
nud Mrs Usbornp, Mrs Arthur
Brown, Mrs Geo Herbert, Mrs S
G Wilder, Mrs A T Atkinson,
Mrs H Fockd, Mrs F B McStock
er, Mrs Nowall, Mrs 3 Thomsson,
Mrs Mudie, Mr nnd MrB A S
Humphreys, Portuguese Charge
d'Auairs (Jannvarro, liritisu (Join-
missioner Kenny, Mrs U G Wild
er, Mrs Harry Lewis, Mrs H
M Sownll, Mra W P Boyd, Dr
Murray, Messrs E 0 Macfarlane,
J M Monenrrat, A St M Mackin
tosh, W Geo Ashley, J O Cartor
Jr. and Bruco Cartwricht. MrB A
A Hanlelea, Mrs H H IteDJes and
1SS 1 I
Do you liko to drink pure whis
ky ? Then if you do call for
"A. A." Jesso Moore atany of tho
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hnwniinn Islands.
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every res'pect. 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 op the Big Shoe,
It 3?ort street.
CUBAN WAR DEPLORED.
IloT. lttinarll II. Con well or I'lillnilflplila
Says It Warn Kntlrvly Unnecessary.
Tho criticism iimiio by Rev. Huseoll
II. Couwcll of Philadelphia as to Gen
eral Shatter and the American nrmy at
Sautfngo, in his Ecnnou tho other. Sun
day, continued tho principal topio of
discussion the next day.
Air. Couwcll iu hi.s recent lecturo on
Garibaldi expressed his disapproval nf
tho whole Cuban war. Ho said that tho
caueo of the war was right, but that it
was entirely un
necessary. If tho
nation hud coino
forwnrtl at tho
right time and
hatl exprebbed a
Cuba iu her
strugglo for inde
would havo been
no war. "Abim- -5
tho opinion of tho
TTlittntl Qhina '
ho Baid, "would nEV- " conwkll.
havodouo more than armies and uavicd.
Tho moral power of our government is
so great thnt it is worth moru than tho
armies and navies of tho world put to
gether. Better havo lost tho Philip
pines nud left Porto Rico 0I6110 nud
havo nothing nioro tp do with Cuba
than to have lost this moral influence
that wo havo held for tho Inst GO years.
"Hawaii is ours. We could have tak
en it with our ships and with our guns,
but wo did not need to do that. They
camo to us. It was our moral power
that did it. If we ncquiro territory in
this war, wo loso thnt powtr, and the
nioro territory wo ncquiro tho moro wo
loso of this moral power." Philadel
Notice is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC
CO. will be held at the office of Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, on
Tuesday, January 31, 1899, at 2 p. m.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 25, 1899. 11 28-4 1
British-American S.S. Go.'s Line
ssr Will Leave "a
csr Honolulu for "65a
sr Seattle at -5a
car ' 2 p. m., , "a
MONDAY, JAN. 30TH!
Coupon through tickets issued via the
Great Northern or Northern Pacific Rail
ways, to all points In the United States.
. For freight and passenger rates apply to
HEHHY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Stieet General Agents.
The funeral of the late John' McKeague
will take place at 3:30 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) AFTERNOON, from the
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
For Sale. ,
A PAYING BUSINESS. CHANCE
FOR ONE WITH SMALL CAPITAL.
W, E. BIVENS, .
ni3-im , 315 Fort St.
T. V. KINO
J. F. IOST
JULE WALTERS .
Ai the Comic
" 1-3 nppy " rioppci
In lib NEW, TUNNY I'l.AV,
ISS LODISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
IcIS'l5 THE BEST 1
Saturday, January 28
Great Business Opening!
I HAVE A VALUABLE
PATENT m .
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.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, t few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 121 Queen St.
I. rarm at llimakua $ 7,50c
9. 4 Lots at Maklkl , j 500
). iW acres lani near town ..t.,t 6,000
4. H acreol lanjcin'er of town ,,joo
5. A la-year lease 4 cottages 1,350
6. A 40-room I oJlni: House, is-year lease, 5,oo
7. Larcelotat.Malklkl 10,000
8. I7j acres codee land, Kona j.ooo
9. 51 res coffee lanJ, Kona, i planted.... 6,000
10, Lot H acre near town , 1,500
II. Corner lot center of town',,. ,,,,., 0,509
i. An 8-)ear lease cottaces .,,,,' 1,000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,-
G PoatoHlce Lnnc, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods onjthe coun- -ters
of merchants who advertise in
.l , ,j -
S'iii f -fcvi-i.