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THE EVWNlNn BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBRUARY 1, 1899.
FOR THE SEASON!
Roger and Gallet,
GosnelPs, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
ASSETS 23,723,677. 1 3
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595.95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
TI10 flermanlu Issuch all thn l.ilost and most llboral forms of LAta, Instal
ment, Incoinn Dlvlddhd, Endowment or Bond Pottcloi.
Suporlntondont of Agencies.
1029 , 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S Joy is
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
w. c. peacock: & CO., Ltd.
Telephone DtTo. 4-
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . ..IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Peed
Now goods ivoo'veil tiy every puoket from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA- PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orders NlHifully attended to, and irnod delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE OITY FREE.
General Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Hoalth Foods.
Island Onlen rjollolteil. 8 itlsfactinn Guaranteed,
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Em balmlng a Specialty.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-030 FORT ST. TEL. 84G.
Residence 777 Fort St. Tel. 849.
The Superior of anv Talking Machine in the world !
Because It Is Instructive, entertaining and amusing. Wilt last a life-time, and
shonld anything get out of order we can repair It. We have In stock EAGLE and
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES, Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing Tubes, Brass
Horns, hundreds of records, comprising Band and Orchestra Selections, Piccolo, Zither,
Cornet, Clarinet Solos, Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Vocal Solos, all "the newest and
up-to-date selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
OCEANIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
M. M. KOIIN, Mann&cr. o,,'- 112 HOTEL STREET.
Handsome Vehicles !
On tho Mohican wo rocotved a largo lot of tho Latost Styles
In SURREYS, PIMSTONS and ltOAD OAltTS, which will mako
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
IT APPEALS TO HIS VSSS
PALATE FOR TASTE
Present for Tills Season
OR ANV OTHER TIME.
In tho Stomach Dreadful Head
aches Faco and Nock Covorod
With Botls-Curod by Hood's Sar
saparllla Skin Is Now Clear.
" I was covered with bolls all over mgjtce
and neck. I had dreadful headaches and
pains In my stomach. I took medicines,
but was not much benefited, and I pro
cured six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla.
After taking the first bottle I could see an
Improvement. When I had taken a few
moro bottles the bolls had all gone, my
skin was clear, my appetite returned, and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I ever found such a blood puri
fier as Hood's Sarsaparllla. I paid out a
good deal of money for useless medicines
before taking Hood's Sarsaparllla." W. P.
Beckwith, Hurlock, Maryland.
It you dectdo to try Hood's Sarsaparllla
do not bo Induced to buy any other.
HOOCl S partita
li tho Best In fact the One Truo niootl Puri
fier. Ho sure to get Hood's. Trice 81, six for JJ.
flood S PHIS with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Accommodations for Man' and Beast I
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A. F. FRANCA Proprietor.
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
fhe Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at alii nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
MiWATB OH HAtTP.
fine Sea bathing and mountain
W I All Trln 10 nl from Honolulu I -S
W S.op at the Hotel -fc
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Announces to the public1 that ho Is now
opon for engagements to toko chargo of
Banquets, Balls, Dinners and Garden
Parties, Socials, etc
Address caro Union Express Company
AT THE EAGLE HOUSE
Furnished Room, well kept, enn bo
imu ror vz, jj.sii and !M per
wook, and Moals,
AT THE QUEEN HOTEL,
At 94.QO, $5 and $U per woek.
Go, See, Try mid Satisfy
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLETON. M'o'r.
This Is a inodorn up-to-duto Amorlcan
uostaurant and Bakery. Excellent
Meals for 25 cent.
No. 029 FORT STREET
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
First-class meals, umlnr tlm tmnnrvln.
Ion of a whlto man, served from 5 a. m.
to 8 p. m. MEALS TWENTY-FIVE Cts.
rostofflce Box 112.
A First-class ltosort In ovorv rnsmnt.
Tho best 25-cont inoal to bo had.
, IOE CREAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
1008 Boretanla and Fort streets,
Em Bakery II
THE CONTRACT LABOR LAWS
House Refuses to Extend Them
Shipping Law Bill Passes by Good Majority
Disposition to Let Labor Law
Washington, January 23.
Twice today wrs tho bill which
oxtenus to tho Unwtuinn islands
tho contract labor laws o the
United StRtos knockod out in the
HouBe. Tho first call was whon
tbo bill was called up on an at
tempt of Chairman Gardiner of
tbo Committoo on Labor to get
unanimous consent tor its con
Knox of Massachusetts chair
man of tho Committeo on Ti'rii
tories, objected on tho around that
this legislation was covered in tut
bill for the general covernmont of
tue islands. Despite the a rati
ments of the Western mombors of
the flouee, that it was needed at
this time to keep out hordes of
Japaneso who are being rushed
into the islands, Knox would not
allow tho bill to como up.
The friends of tho plan to have
it pushed through tnod again,
whon the bill oxtonding the navi
gation laws was put on passage
Tho contract labor law was added
as an amendment, but as it was
not in any way gormano to tho
bill the objection of Knox, who
had boen oat of tho chambor and
returnod only in time to hear the
reading of tho amendment, again
knocked it oil.
There was somo fight upon the
navigation law, but it was passed.
It was stated by Chairman Payne
of the Committuu on Merohaut
Marino that thorn had boen many
vosboI bought and placed under
the Hawaiian (lag since the timo
when the resolution was passod
providing for tho annexation of
islands. Moro than a dozn ships
bad boen purchased, aud of this
n umber it scorned not moro than
three wore purchasod in good
faith for trade. Despito the fight,
which was in no seuse one for tho
interests of tbo lBlnntlors, the bill
This puts a hard fight in the
bands of Metzson and others who
bavo come on from San Francisco
for tho purpose of having all voh
rpIs which havo been given tho
Hawaiian flag up to January 1st
this year made for American re
gister. It is not thought the
Senate, will allow such a plan to
become a Taw. Evidonoe which
baB been collected bore shows
there are now under tho flag of
tho rccont island Government at
least 151 shipa which wore pur
chased somo of them since Auuust
12tb aud all since July 7th. Under
tho bill nono of theso will be al
lowed Amorican register, and thoy
will have to return to tho flag
thoy had before the last change.
Another attempt will be made ts
bring up thu contract labor law.
The Sonate committee which has
it before it will consider it soon.
Chairman Fairbauks is not yot
convinced that there is any reason
for legislation, and tho California
Senators are at work with him,
Recent publications in the "Chro
nicle" toll of tho landmc of mauv
Japaneso in Honolulu, and theso
fact have all been sent to Fair
banks. The decision of tho Hawaiian
Supreme Court which prevents
the lnnding of Ouiuest, who loft
the islands before annexation has
aroused the Chinese Minister hore
mid he will lay tbo matter bofore
the State Department at once. He
holds that residents of Hawaii,
though Ohinose, wbo left when
the islands had separate sover
eignty and who aro now debarred
from reentry should havo redress,
and will fight for it.
DETAILS OF DISCUSSION
Washington, Jan. 23 This was
District of Columbia day in tho
House, and the major portion of
the clay was devoted to local legis
lation. The only action of public
importance was the passage of tho
bill to extond tho navigation laws
of the United States to tho Hawai
ian islands, Ouo of tho provisions
of tho bill grants. American regis
ter to all vessels flying tbo Hawai.
iau ting owned by Hawaiian citi
zens July 7, 1803.
Niueteen local bills wore passod.
The floor was thon yielded and
Payno, chairman of the Ways and
Means Committeo, called up tho
bill to extond the cotnmeroe, navi
gation and morchnnt seamen laws
over the Hawaiian Islands.
HopkinB (It.) of Illinois, who
questioned Pay no regarding the
limits of tho measure, was asked
whether tho act of annexation did
not oxtend the laws of the United
States over tho Hawaiian islands.
He replied that the Supremo court
held that it did not. Ho wanted
to know in turn of Payne bow far
the bill went. Tho latter replied
that it related simply to the navi
gation laws. It extonded the laws
of July 7, 1808. It was nccoesary
to pass this bill, as the act of an
nexation provided distinctly that
tho laws of tho United StateB
should not by virtue of it extend
ovor tho islands.
Payno agreed to an amendment
limiting tho operation of tho reg
istry section of tho bill to those
who owned vessels registered tem
porarily or permanently under tho
Hawaiian flag on July 7, 18J8.
The House divided on the pas
sngo of the bill ayes G5, noes '15.
unuerwood made tuo point ot no
quorum and a call of the House
followed. Tho bill was passed--
Vtf to 78.
At -1:40 p. m. tho Houso ad
D. G. Camarinos recoived on
tbo steamer Australia a bitr in
voice of Apples, Qrapes, FigB, Le-
uiuuu, nuin, i'uro wiivo uu, .ury
Fruit, oto., otc.
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, 1899,
between the hours of ten In the forenoon
and noon of the saM day, and elect an
Assignee, or Assignees, of the said Bank
By the Court :
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
U3o-tF2in of the First Circuit.
Offices for Rent.
The undersigned hereby notify those
that may wish to secure officeroom near
the City Frpnt 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 this port, makes It a most con
Applications for rooms may be made at
once to C. Brewer & Company, Queen
Honolulu, January 13th, 1809,
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. C. Beckwlth, con
taining 28.32 acres, situated at Haiku,
Maul, near the Plantation grounds:
eleVatlon 300 feet, trade winds blow fresh
and cool from the seaj a comfortable sub
stantial house'of 7 rooms, 3 dressing rooms,
closets, kitchen, pantry and office, and
several outbullJIngs 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 ilnqulre on the premises
or of F. B.DAMON.
1 126 Bank-.of Hawaii, Honolulu.
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEMAE desires to Inform
the resldents'of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing Islands that he has taken over the
manaeement 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 mamng tueir selection. 1121
Throo flno RESIDENCE rl.OTS In ono
of tho choicest rnsldouco localltlos of
Honolulu. Size of lots COK 178 foot.
Those lots aro Improved ami nlcoly laid
out with fruit and ornamontal troos.
For further Information apply to
DEAR, LANSING & CO.,
1002-tf 210 King street.
The business of P. J. Voeller will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from :the under
signed. JAMEST J. BYRNE.
M'g'r and Att'y In Fact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January to. 1800. 1114-1111
Bicy ol (K
l&Toreous attending tho Ornhoum
can leayo tholr bicycles with 1110 without
Open nights. 724 Fort street.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Kp L K
LlFJiJ and J-niRE
, AGENTS FOK ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
.Etna Fire Insurance Company
Bruco Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loan on Mortgages.
Wb arb Agents roR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila,
Rooms t an S. Tclephon 61I.
Real Estate Broker.
209J MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnoso Granlto Hitching
Posts, S3 each.
Projiorty In town.
houses to liirr.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CW We will liny or Hell Ileal Estate la
'I ports of the Rronn.
CiT Wo will Hell Properties on Ueason.
OFFICE. 10 west King street
H Estate ami fiollectioii
OFFICE, 532 FORT STREET.
LOUIS K. M'GREW
OFFICE: No. 15 Knnhumatm street,
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa's office.
Unltod States Custom Houso llrokera
Accountants, Soarchors of Titles and
Gonoral IIusiiiobh Agents.
Tolopliono 620 102.
JAS. V. MOHC1AN,
Membn ol Honolulu Stock Exchn.
Telephone 71. P, O. Box 54.
General Manager of
Che Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Oit'ohi Merchant street. Honolnln .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
UOTIONEER AND STOCK BROKXB
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert AppruiBoment of Real
istate and Furniture.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stool; and B(nl Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu Stock Exchange,
OfUco Queon btroot, npjxislto UnUn
J'Telephone 506. P.O. Bon jt, 1044
DONNELLY fe ROSS,
Expert Accountants and 0
9 Searchers of Titles.
Custom Hoi'be Brokehb.
lloom No. 5 Sprockets llulldlng,
Honolulu, H. I.
L. C: ABLES,
Roal Estate and Financial
S15 FORT STIIEOT.