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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 81, 1899.
1 n ULM HUT CO.
108 king Street.
G. J. Waller, : : Manaoeii
Wbolosalo ami Hidnil
BEST OF MEATS.
Fumlllos doslrlng tendor roats,
Juicy 8toaks mid chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo innko a specialty of family trade
and soil tlio best nt reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
214 Ntiuauu St.
Sterling 25c !
'Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
i The Season !
(All Goods Guaranteed as Roprosonted.
M. R. COUNTER
507 Fort Street.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
Hy last stcmner from the Const.
THE REGULAR THING
At my Btore, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
In done repairing ttnd Dew wort
both. Pius, rP'gs, bracelet, watch
H. G. BIART 4041. Fort St
417 yiUTANU ST.
Rfpaln fine complicated Watches. Clocks. Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All woik guarantee J. Thlfly five years experience
Your work Hotlctted, nnd the finest
class of Horvlco AT REASONABLE
All Flannels and Silks washed by
baud. Ordinary Moiullnir, and But
tons Sowed On.
fSTTelephono 683, and leavo your
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D
Office and Parlors
514 & 510 Fort St., near Hotel,
Keal Estate Transaction".
Babsariberg urn farnlnhod with from tlrt
to six lints per week, K'v'nK an anonrab
record of all deeds, mortgages, leases, ro
lease, pernors of attorney, etc, eto., whicl
are plaoed on reonrd,
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAB,
Sin Kino Rt.Hnnnlnln
210 King street)
.Difficult Collections a Specialty
Only White Lain
"Cnlumot" makes tho tight
est, ewootost and moat
NONE SO GOOD.
And call It something, we're quite
sure there's no false label on It ; quite sure,
indeed, that It Is just what we call It, or
we wouldn't expect to hold our position In
the trade very long.
We haven't labored steadily well on
toward the quarter century mark to reach
the top in our line of business just to fool
away that good name we prize so much
on a game of chance like misrepresenting
an article of food.
Lewis & Go.
211 FORT STREET.
Wholesale nnd Retail
Dealers in - -Staple
Fancy - -
P. O. Box 207.
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
rnlemhoniir 1'i P.O. Hox 470
TO TOURISTS !
The climate of all tropical countries Is
very hard on films, plates and all things
pertaining to photography. Many experts
come down 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
squarer than that ?
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms 3 nnd 4, Love Building.
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
Pop -corn Crisps I
THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPANY
HAS MOVED Into the premises lately
occupied by Mr. Joseph Tinker as a meat
market, on Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
A Full Supply of
Made Dully ! m-im
THE ARMY'S ORDNANCE TESTED BE
rhey Are Little Compare! With Nmal
Gmta Tlielr Accuracy of Fire and Da
tractive Effect riant For Using Tliem
In Tarto Itlco ami Against llnrnim.
When tho campaign against San
Inan, Porto Itico, opens and tho Amer
ican troops begin to hammer for en
trnnco into tho city of Havana, thcro
tvill be no tnoro important piece of ord
nanco used in tho operations tlinu tho
little rilled mortars that threw cxplo
lives, Bhells aud heavy steol projectiles
with destructive effect against the
Spanish iutrenchments and rillo pits be
tween the American Hues undSnutlago.
l'lio Held mortars pro bellovcd by tho
irmy men iu Washington to bavo played
in important part iit compelling tho
surrender of tho Spanish troops nnd to
bavo assisted in tho capture of strategic
points which otherwise might not have
been taken without iwvero loss to tho in
Tlicso little mortars hnvo not been
generally adopted iu armies, except in
tho United States, and never had au
actual trial against au enemy until tho
recent tight between Shatter's men and
those, of General Toral. They aro light,
can bo readily transported with au ad
vancing body of men, aro quick of lire
and are almost as accurate as tho rifled
(lcldpicro. Although tho shot fired from
0110 of them describes n trajectory that
takes it Roariug hundreds of feet up iu
the air, the accuracy of tiro is to great
that an exploding shell can bo dropped
two miles uwuy within a space no larger
than n good sized ballroom.
With tho modrrn mortar provided
with a rilled chamber aud brcechload
lug apparatus tho ordnance experts
cluim that they can plump a shot iuto
any ordinary sized rillo pit and knock
the top oil any house, at which it is
aimed within tho radius of its action.
Although the piojectilo goes high in
the air and then takes a plunging
course, tho range can bo accurately
reached by reducing or increasing the
powder chnrgo. Tho explosion of a 7
(licit shell iu a rillo pit should 1:111 nr
severely iujnro every man in it, and if
0110 fell behind au intrcnchuiuit where
men were assembled thickly It would
bavo tho power to wipo out practically
hall a company
Mortars, howitzers and field guns
were the heny ordnance utul by tho
army iu front of Santiago, but for shell
ing 11 city no piece was believed by tho
olllcers to be better adapted for effective
work than the mortar. Two kinds aro
used iu the army, tho heavier being tho
T Inch and tho other tho 3.0 inch. Tho
heavy mortar has a weight of 1,715
pounds and a total length of only 58
inches, tho length of the boro being
seven calibers. A projectile weighing
I'M pounds is used for the. important
work of clearing rillo pits nnd cau bo
sent accurately to a distance of consid
erably mote than three miles and drop
ped within u space 100 by 12 feet threo
times out of five. To send this shell
through tho air ouly o(5 pounds of
powder is required, which develops uu
Initial velocity for tho projectile of
about 060 feet a second. Tho pressure
exerted is 18,000 pounds to tho snuuro
inch, whicli fceems high for so small a
chargo, and the rangu of tho mortar is
placed at -t,!40 yaids, or nearly threo
milis. Tho lighting raugo which will
be generally employed, however, is not
CNpcctcd to exceed two miles. Insido
tho 7 inch mortar Eholl is 12 pounds
of-powder, whoso oxplosiou throws hun
dreds of small pieces of tho shell iu
every dlrcctiou. A fuso ignites tho pow
der ns tho bliell strikes tho ground and
if tho explosion is iustaut tho destruc
tion in its immediate vicluity should bo
terrific. Should tho shell, however, hit
soft earth and bury Itsolf before explod
ing Its effectiveness is practically lost
Tho experieuco iu firing mortars at San
tiago showed that this occurred infre
quently. Theso mortars aro adapted to firo tho
projectiles of tho 7 inch howitzer as
well as tho shells. Besides tho ordinary
shell tho mortar is intended to fire ns
well a steol shell of 150 pounds weight
and approximately of fivo caliber length,
charged with high oxploslvo for great
destructive effect. .Reduced charges of
powder can bo used to iiiako tho olfectivo
limit of lire cover ranges between 7C0
yards at 10 degreos olovatiou and 4,!i40
yards at 40 degrees clovutiou. This
picco supplies tho heaviest caliber that
tho army regards as necessary for field
purposes aud is intended for just sucli
purposes as those to which it was put at
The a.O iucli mortar is fired from a
solidly constructed platform wolghiug
800 pounds. Tho platform is held iu
position by stakes, tho recoil being taken
up aud kept within limits by ropes
mado fast to an anchor stake. Tho range
of this mortar varies from ti00 yards to
8,300, aud its flro is just as accurato as
that of tho larger pieco. Twelve ounces
of powder explodes thu shell, and tho
amount required to propel it varies
from flvo ounces for tho smallest dis
tance to 16 ouueos for the greatest ob
tainable raugo. Exporimeuts with this
piece show that almost every shot cau
bo lauded within tho spaco of uu ordi
So satisfactory have both these weap
ons provod iu the Santiago campaign
that thoy will bo still more widely used
in tho attacks on Sau Juan aud lator 011
Ilavnua. If it becomes necessary to bom
bard cither place by tho laud forces
these pieces will do a great part of tho
work. They aro to tho army iu creating
havoc to tho lutreuchmeuts what tho
big 12 aud Id inch coast defenbo mortars
aro to n (loot of approaching war ves
sels. New York Suu.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
William A. fienshall,
Attorney at Law
113 KfinburtAun Street Telo. C63.
13 Kaahumanu Street
A-ttornoy at Law and
W. C. Aciii. Knock Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Oounsolors
Onico No. lOWest King street.
Tolopliono 88 1. 1078
At. O. BARNCV. FREDERICK W. ItAMtEY.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Will practice In alt the Hawaiian nj United Slates
Rooms ti-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Tort and tltrelanla streets. 1116
T. McCANTS STEWART,
(Formerly of the, New York Bar),
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
jo Fori St.,
Honolulu, H. I.
GEORGE A. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
206 Merchant Street.
Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements, Anl other docu
ments drawn on and alter Monday, the gth of Jan
uary, A. D. 1809.
Office Hours from 9 a. m, to 5 p. m.
Honolulu. Janutry 4. iBj. nop .
Surgeons and Physicians.
Alakea, near Hotel street, (removeJ from
DR WALTER HOFFMANN.
CORNER BERETANIA AND PUNCH
Ofllco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
p. in.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 10
n.m.Tolcphono 510jP. 0.Box 601.
DR. A. N.'SINOLAIR,
113 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours : 0-10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
Sundays, 12-2 p. m.
Tolopliono 741. 1107-3m
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Olllco: 037 Kino Stiiui.t, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. 448
Hours: 8 to 9 a. in.; 2 to 0 p. 111.;
0 to 7 p. in.
ftaiAt Dr. Day's ofllco 0 to 12 tn.; 7
to 8 p. 111.
DR. ALBERT JONES DERBY
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.,
TiiLKruoNKs: Ofllco, 015: Hosldonco,
780. Houus: 0 a. in. to 4 p. in.
A. C. WALL, D. D. 8.,
New Love's BnildlnR, Fort Street,
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progrosa Block, comor Borotanla
aud Fort Stroota, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 notol stroot. Tolopliono 605
HOURS: 0 to 12 a.m. audi to 4 p.m.
(Graduatt of McGIII University, Montreal.
Has had ten years practical experience In the treat
ment of Horses, Cattle and Domestic Pets In the
Orders left at Club or Pantheon Stables will be
received and promptly attended to.
Office 610 Fort St. Telephone 785
Oftlco and Infirmary, 863 King St.
VST Modorn and Human Troatmont.
f Incorporated Under thb Laws 1
I of tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
CttAfl. M. Cookk, Prottttlont.
J. B. AtiiKitTON, Vlco-Prosldent
O. II. Cooitn, Cashier.
F. C. Athkkton, Socretary.
l W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tennoy,
Solicits tho Accounts of Finns, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
hutlnoss councctod with hanking on
trusted to it. Soil and purchaso Forolgn
Exchango, is-uo Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT !
Ordinary and Torm boposlts rocolvod,
and Intorost altowod In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
hooks, oiplos of which may bo had upon
Safe doimslt boxes routed by month
or yoar. 1045
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
U. G. TKAPUAGEN,
223 Merchant St.. Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Telephone : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS.
Doalors in Lumbur and Goal.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
Queen stroot, Honolulu.
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder
Offices nd Btorcs fitted up and
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
tax- Olllco and Mhuu. No. 010 Fort street.
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop.
To My Patrons and the Public.
Hn.vinr rBCOvnrod from mv ro.
cout iiiuese, I am apain propnred
to do nil kinds ot xinsmitu anu
PltimViinrr wnrlr an heretofore.
Thfirikirig you for pnst favors, 1
ri'Bpecttully solicit a continuance
of thu same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
t&- Tel. 844.
Monuments and Headstones,
Tho undorslgned is prepared to do
CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
and supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which ho has a groat va
riety of tho Latest and Most Artistic
Doslgiis, and will also supply Stono Cop
ing soparatoly for surrounding como-
gtajr Estimates given in Mamie, ura
nito, Hawaiian Stono, oto.
A Mew Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
n. Wost, a practical Hon so Paintor,
Decorator and Wood Pollshor, wo aro
nowproparod to give ostimatos on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost having had a practical ox
perloneo of ovor twonty years In Sail
Francisco aud other largo cltlos on tho
Coast, wo feol confident that any work
ontrusted to us will glvo entire satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
or IBM DECORATINO AND NATURAL
S& 3 WOOD FINISHING A SPLCIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
1070 Next to Pollco Station
Have You Seen Them?
Those ologant WROUGHT IRON
FENCES wo are putting up around
tho moro handsomo residence lots in
town? Costs no moro than a wooden
fonco; lasts a llfo timo: a combination of
beauty and stroiigth that will add moro
to tho attractlvenoss of your homo than
any othor Improvement for twlco tho
monoy. Call and boo our samples.
Iron Work of ovory description. Im
ported and 'domostlo MONUMENTS,
Tombstonos and Statuary.
Estimates glvon on all kinds of Grad
ing, Stone Work andTorracing, Curbing
and Comont Sidewalks. Comont work
of all kinds. Lottor Cutting in brass,
iron and stono.
Stoncll making a specialty.
Hawaiian Iron Fonco and Monu
H. E. HENDRIOK, Manager.
315 Fort street.
&.AOS SmBCRELS. Wm. O. JnwiN.
ONObUbU - - - . M. '
Km Frandtco Agent Tut Nevada. Bakk or
draw eicuakob oh
cUh Frahoisoc Tho Nevada Bank ol Ban
London Tho Union Dank of London, Ltdi
Sew Yoiik -American Exchange National
Oniruoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Comptolr National d'Kscompt da
Bbrlih Drctdncr Banki
Uonokono and Yokohama Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand awd Australia Bank otNew
Viotobia and Vancouver Bank of British
ransact a General Banting an. Eicnange Ensues
Dcpolstt Received. Loans made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Travelers
rcdlts Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
Collections Promitlt Accounted Fob,
EISHOP 8? GO.
Savings Doposlts will bo
received and interest allowed by tills
Dank at four and ono-hulf per cent.
por nullum. Tho tonus, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Dank havo been adopted ns fur as
It Is practicable to apply thorn, and tho
Cash Rosorvo of 850.000 as rnmitrod tin.
dor the Postal Act will be maintained.
Printed coplos of tho llulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application.
- Established 1858
BISHOP 3c Co.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ible in all the principal cities
f tho world. ,
Interest allowed after July '
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cont., G months,;
3 por cent., 12 months d (
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Del. SI, 1S98, $110,808.88
Money loanod on approved security.
A Savings IUnk for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Eighteenth Sorlos of Stock is now
OKi'ioKns: T. F. Lansing, President;
S. 11. Roso, Vlco-Prosldont; C It. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Socretary.
DntKcrona: T. F. Lansing, S. 11. Roso,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Koocli, J. G. Roth
well, Honry Smith, J. J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, C. IJ. Gray.
For further particulars npply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chambor of Commerce looms.
Onico Hours: 12:30-1:31) p. tn.
Tlje foohama- Specie Bank;
tfnbecribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Iteservo Fund Yen 0,060,600 .
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Fruucisoo, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Tho Bank buys and recolvos for colloo-
tton Bills of Exchango, lssuos Drafts and '
Letters of Credit on tho above Bmnchos
and ARonclos, and transacts .a goueral
On Mxed Deposit lor ii months, a per cent p. a.
On FUeJ Deposit for 6 months, j J4 "
On FUeJ Deposit lor J mos, J "
Uy trie Hcaa Ottice at Yokohama, on Current D-
polt. jM per cent, per annum.
On Fixed Deposit tor sa montbs, i per cent p. a.
Mew Repnniic BoMm. HI King 8L,HoioIelB.
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Holekanwila Sts.
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates given for honso wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a epeoialty,
- .4 -frtjitfi 4Mt
A'-V. rf,A .