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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 8CV 1809
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Do You Use
Plows, Farming Tools, Carpenters'
Tools, Windmills, Pumps, Paints and
Oils, Pipe and Fittings, Roofing Iron,
Rifles, Shotguns, Powder and Shot, and
get them is on the
King streets, of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and lUmblcr Agonts.
r.w,p"..LJ - m " "bai "" -m
. Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Atachlnes.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
POUT, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II.
llarmne and lilt
Hilo piople lnvn n seominfe
happy faculty of giving a black
ey to tboir city by the oaee with
which thoj' throw aside any
v.iahedfor nuiomraodatiou which
thm havp coriMNtoutly kicked to
ret. Tho Inte-t phnrio of this trait
Is tlio i-tHtetaout appearing iu the
IribuuHnf the 28th inct, to the
tiicai that thp liritifb-American
line steamon were not to call at
Ililo nuy more on accouut of
losing inont'ii etc.. o-c. This
etiitement npyenrs without know
ledge of eithei tho Agonts of this
lino, or captain, pnrsor or other
ollicorfl of '.he tiWmer Garonne.
Tim WrrW! Vi.l.
The Kinau brought nothing
new iu regard to the wrecked ves
olf the Humnkui coast. Tlio Btory
obtained from the ppoplo of that
st-ainpr was subsjHutially the
6'imo as that nbtriiued from the
N'H'au and Iwalaui Tho raottor
vim boing invetiated but the
uDiao of the vessel hid not yet
Leeu obtained The fact that Inm
ber whs seeu II tatinu about along
the coast ia the vicinity of tho
-wuude would siom to strengthen
the bolief held by mauv, tint the
vesflol is the ill fatod V. R Star
tuck. Irfml rimrUi nrtord.
A meeting of British residents is
called at the Arlington hotel for
couHiderntiou of an mldrenB to Lord
G Berosford who wi 1 arrive in Ho
nolulu iu the Ameiioiu Maru
Feb. 14. All Britishers are urged
to attend. Seo New Today pago
How to I'lilkli Drsnawork.
Tlio fciiupltist melius n( uriftlitetiiui;
trans Is to cover Ic with u solution ot
oxnlia ocld iu Mift wuter, mnilo in pro
Dortioim of an ouucu ot hckI to a pint ot
water Whcu tlio niotal is well covered
' villi tlio fluid, polibh it briskly witli u
wni.li leather It Tiiuot bo noted tbjt
tliia oxulio ucid preparation ta u pottou
End vtrv btroim in its utltct upon tbe
brass, bo 1 dq not adviso that it should
bo meil too often or bo kept wlicro irro
nnimlblo netmlo could rrueli It The
bottlo should bo labehd Poison."
Uow tu MaUu l'uuipkiu Soup.
For iDBredieuts tako pumpkin cooked
. .down tou cupful; butter, hIzo half an
crk; (lour, n lariio tublespoouful; milk,
quart; pepper and salt to tasto Doll
oi' htbum sulUuiunt pumpkin to maku a
cupful whim paused through n sieve
draining off all superfluous water before
pruning. Put tlio butter iu a double
bollir. When it is melted, put in tin
(lour, mil iuto n smooth paste, then add
tho hot milk gradually, turning contiu
nously until tuo linutd is as thiu'us slu
- elu cream. Butison to tasto with peppoi
' and bult. Cover the kettle and lte the"
iugretjients cook until tho (lour loses its
raw tasto Threo-nuarters of on hour
boforo serving add the pumpkin aud the
xoinaipdor of the milk. Servo with oi
lluif to Cook rurinll", French Stylo.
Pcol, wash and dlvido tbo parsuips
llnil iu salted water, with' n dash of lem
on Juico. When tender, drain aud dij
iu a cloth. Brush them with egg aim
ajruuibs und fry Rolden brown In hot tut
If so the place to
DOWN THIS MM!.
KutUrny Fncllltlrs for Hnnnluln Pln.
totlaii KtTu'a Nr Pump.
Charles H. Kluegol, 0 E.,
wont down in the morning train
to lay out a branch line into tho
Honolulu plantation. It will bo
a milo aud a half long and lead
to the pumping station.
Two steam plows have olready
been sent by rail to Oihu planta
tion. Tho big new pump for Ewi
plantation is being loudo I on ciri
at Honolulu station. This will
bo the eighth steam pump to go to
that plantation sinco tho railway
Tbo remains of the late Mrs.
Joseph Pritchard will be brought
from Kau soon to be interred in
the OJd Fellow'n Cemetery here.
Mrn. Julian Monsarrnt, Mins
Ivy RicliHrdson of Hilo and Mis
B'Uinor of Naalehn, nro visiting
Monday, January 23, between
3 and 4 a. m., tho very hotviost
earthquako iu years was folt in
Tho Sohoouer Mokulelo nrrivod
at Funaluu Saturday, Jan. 21-i,
to tako '2410 baus of seed cane for
the Olnn sugar planters. When
sho arrived at i'unaluu it was
found there was not enough chain
to auohor with. She returned to
Hilo for mora chain, and, on
Wednesday the 25th, arrived
again at Pnnaluu.
A great mauy of the horsos in
the district aro troubled with
blind staggers. The born fly is
very bad and tue cattle are suffer
ing very much from tho pest.
Honuapo and Pahala mills aro
still grinding. Pahala will shut
down on tho 27th for about six
weeks. Has been grinding stead
ily Bince last May.
Louis M. Whi'tebouse, the
popular young civil engineer, and
Miss Margaret Harrison of
Duvenport, Iowa, are engaged to
be married. Tho bancoo is a
cousin ot Mrs. John Lucas of Ho
nolulu, whom eho is nt present
visiting. Mr. Wbitebouse is well
and favorably known all over the
Hawaiian Islands as a raembor of
the firm of Wilson k Wbitehouso,
builders of tbo scenic road over
Nuuanu Pali and other rnadd in
the group presenting groat ou
Nchoonvr WUalim Hold.
The eobooner Wainlua has beon
sold by Harry Evaus to a number
of men bound for Guam. She will
be refilled a9 Boon as possible and,
after tHkinu on necessary stores,
tho Wa'nlua will leave. Tho men
who have bought her aro going to
Guam to see what the prospcts
yftrf1Jl. in tth column utllh nitrttJatllttnU
VHZ attntfiril titierUon; to etntt uondinitr
lien; )o etnti a utek and t,o etntt a month. Ttn it tbe
cheated idettiiing ever offered thepeople of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVB a West Dlsln(cllne
Machine put In your clotor cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co..A(;ens. 1069.1m
COR SALE t Lois al Malrikl, by GhO. rORD.
I Inquire at Popular, lort street ujfim
riPTORTUNITV TOR DAIRYAtCNI-IslanJ-breJ
V. ' Jalry slock, breJ tu Hie thoroughbred sire ot Ihe
w. 11. irwin aairy. 1 or lurtner particulars inquire 01
C. W Macfarlane. n).-ll
COR SALE-Ilrand new rURNITURH. bedroom
' sen, kitchen furniture, and everything necdeJ for
n beiutllul home. Inquire al hardware store next to
Union Express Co , Kinc street. itjoiw 1
FOR SALr National Cabinet Cash Register. In
eood order Cost tito; will sell forSioi Apply
G. DLITZ, Watchmaker, an Nuuanu st. iiiimv
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In rerfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. I'ort St. noftf
1 Mrs Manna's.
ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Hass REED ORGAN
& Suitable for chaoel or residence. Ilenrktrom
Music Co., Tort street.
EST s) cent meal In town. Try It and be con'
vinceJ. Llnd bxcelslor Kestaurant. 1041.
I OST-A WHITE FrTlirR IIOA on the road to
'- Moini Ltu last Sunday. Please return t this
office and recilvc reward. itadf
I OST-A GOLD PIN wllh a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
ten brtuecn Walkahalulu Urldge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. 1 toS-am
PASS-HOOK LOST. Pass Dook out. In favor
ol Wm. Crawford, has been lost. I Inder will
receive suitable reward by leaving same at the oflice
Ol the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. llol-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
VXANTED-TWO GOOD LARPENTERS atO R.
W & L. Co.'s workshops. A long job for the
right men. iist-iw
A first-class GERMAN GIRL WANTS POSI HON
. as cook or for general houtework. Call at
White House, Nuuanu street. Iia7-i
WANTED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. toor-tf
ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 rents, at
vv 610H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
io)i-tf II. Jtl IS. Proprietor
THE TUIILICTO KNOW that the St Louis Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
I eeJ lo , Agents. inog-im
TOUND Pouch containing Dlcvcle outfit. 0ner
can hive same bvcalllneut the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. 1111
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a smalt monthly
rental. California Feed Co.. Agents. to6o-im
Are cordially Invited to 'attend a meeting
at the Arlington Hotel, King street, at 7:30
on Wednesday evening next, February 1st,
to consider the advisability of presenting
an address to Lord'. Charles Beresford on
his arrival here this week. ii3i"lt
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
good p.1per for
$2. 50 per an
who use its col
TAKO PATCH FIDDIiEd.
Workmanship anJ Material GuaranterJ. Repairing
1130 :: No. 2lOJi KINO ST.
400 Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds,
ClgarH, 611k and Chinese Tons.
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEMAtE desires to Inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing islands that he has taken over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
KESORT, and will run the same with a
view to tne entire comfort of tils patrons.
hverythlng will be supervised and carried
on In lirst-cjass style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors Intending
to locate attlie beach for a short season, or
permanently, wouiu uo well to inspect tne
accommodation Ilaniwai provides, previous
to making their selection. 1121
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
fam & notifying tbe "Busi
ness uyice, J eiepnone 256.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Heatl Signal Station, Jan
30, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jan 30.
Temperature Mornliti; minimum,
01 Midday maximum, 711. '
Barometer, 0 am, 2D.US unsteady.
Kaliifnll. do, 0.01.
Humidity at 0 a m GO percent.
Dew Point l I F.
Signs of southerly wind.
1 a Si
Sunday ,. 5 11.50
Tho Standard time whistle Bounds nt
12h. Dm. (h. fmlilulght), Greenwich
time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. 111. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Saturday, Jan 28.
Ptnir Klniui, Clarke, from Maul
aud Hawaii ports.
Sunday, Jan 20.
Stin r Cluudliic, Cameron, from Ma
Htmr W O Hall, Hnglund, from
Stin r James MuUcc, Tnllett, from
Slmr Iwalnnl Gregory, from Ku
kulhaele. Stmr Wnlaleale, Parker, from Ka
mil. Stmr Kauai, Briilin, from Kauai.
Sattinlay, Jan 28.
Huw lilt Hawallair Isles, Kustel, for
Am schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
for Sau l'ranclsco.
Monday, Jan 30.
S S Garonne, Conriull, for Seattle,
Stun Kllnhana, Thompion, for La
haiiia nml ICa napali at 1 i in.
Stmr James Mitkec, Tnllett, for
Kapaa nt 4 p 111.
Stmr Lehiia. Bennett, for Molokal
and Lunal at G p 111.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOllROAY.
Stmr Kinau. Clarke, for Maul und
Hawaii ports ut ' 1 11 111.
Stmr W G Hall, Huglitiid, for Na
wlllwlll, Huiiamaulu, Kuloa, Kleclo
und HauapepeutS p in.
Btmr uiauiiuie, uaineron, lor Maui
ports, at 5 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Steamers from Kauai yesterday
roport 49,000 bags of sugar left on
Four sailors wore locked up
this forenoon. They are in for in
vestigation. Hnk'ilau mill has stormed crind
ing foi tuo present on occnunt ofl
an accident to one of tbo rollers.
Tho ecboonor Ada, bought by
Harry Evans to tako the place of
Wainlua, will Bail for Kalihiwai
and Hanalei Wednesday at i p m.
Captain John Nolson will bo iu
Tbo Noeau will probably act
away for her usual Haniakna port"
tomorrow. Btio will take the lament
part of tho nino-ton mill for Ka
kuihaeln. This is now in tbe shops
of the Honolulu Iron Works.
Tbo sohoonerLady arrived from
Koolau Saturday witb a cargo of
rioo. iShe sails again for her usual
ports at 4 p 111 today. Tbo Lady is
at Browor'a wharf. Tho ekippor
.reports very cold weather on tbo
other side of this island.
Tbo Garonne sailod at 2 p m to
day for Seattlo, AVah. She took
quito a largo number of passeng
ers auu a gooaiy amount or treigiit.
On tbe next trip of tbe Garonno
to this port, sho will bring n largo
number of excursionists from Min
neapolis. Tho Bohooner Mokulele is ex
pected in from Hilo eitber today
nr tomorrow. Hor run has beou
changed and, after this, sho will
run regularly to Kaunakakai witb
materials for the new plantation
tbero. This change has been made
at tbo request of tho Amorioau
sugar Uo, r
For Seattlo, per S S Garonne,
Jan 80 W P Harmonson and
wife, N J Johnson, W P.Mormon,
MieB Gertrudo Glark, Mrs Wm
rTaskoll aud son, Miss Alioo
Strong, Mrs Olough. T P Ohair, S
P Richardson and Messrs. Hatch,
Mabonoy and Ogden and 18 in tbe
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 g6od because Its styles are not pnly 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 this Big Shoe,
' Xt 3?ort street.
-33 Queen Street
THURSDAY, Fob. 2, 1S99,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. J. MORT OAT,
Emma street, opposite Emma Square, I
will sell at Public Auction, Household Fur
niture, comprising :
LACE CURTAINS. EASY CHAIRS,
DIVANS AND COUCHES.
CARPETING, LARGE RUGS.
PORTIERES. BAMBOO SHELVES,
OAK BEDROOM SET,
PIANO LAMP, HALL LAMPS,
FINE BLACK WALNUT DINING
B. W. CHAIRS, MARBLE-TOP SIDE
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
t MEDALLION STOVE AND UTEN
REFRIGERATOR. MEAT SAFE,
: FINE COLLECTION OF PALMS
AND FERNS. ,
t MAMMOTH SAGO PALM,
JAS. F. MORGAN, .
In the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, Hawaiian
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of S.
Decker, of Honolulu, a Bankrupt :
Creditors of the said Bankrupt are here
by notified to come In and prove their
claims before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu,
on Friday, the 3rd day of February, 1809,
between the hours of ten In the forenoon
and noon of the said day, and elect an
Assignee, or Assignees, of the said Bank
rupt's Estate.' "' '
By Ihe Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
H3o-tF2ln of the First Circuit.
A PAYING BUSINESS. CHANCE
FOR ONE WITH SMALL CAPITAL.
See C6T '
W. E. BIVENS,
1113-1171 315 Fort St.
J. H. POST
As the Comic
" I-i n ppy " Hopper
In his NLW.UNNY PLAY.
MSS LOUISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
IEfW THE BEST 1
To-night, January 30
Great Business Opening!
I HAVE A VALUABLE I
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an active business man
for placing the work on the market. This
is apienuiu business opening for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
1 127 L. W. G Bulletin office.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukiii street, i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere-
No. 121 Queen St.
Tarm at llamakua S 7,500
4 Lots at Maklkl 3500
iYa acres lanJ near town ,. 6,000
!5 acre of UnJ center ol town 4,500
A n-ear lea4 cottages 1,250
A 40'rnnm LoJcIng House, la-jear lease $,000
Large lot at Mallilkl 10.0041
173 acres coffee lanJ, Kona 3.0m
31 acres coffee lana, Kona, H planted.... 0,00a
Lot H acre near town J1 1,500
Comerlot center of town , 9,500
An S-)ear lease a cottages 1,00a
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PostoitTcc Lunc, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods on'the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise ia
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