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HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 7, 1899.
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There ore o number of good wheels
made. At the head of the list you will
find the - - - -
COLUMBIA, m RAMBLER.
Inspection and use will prove this to
you. A few bargains in 2nd hand wheels
that we have taken in trade when
selling new wheels. These are In good
order, and can be had for less than half
the price of new ones.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
FREE SODA SERVED
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Items of Interest to Bicycle Riders.
-5SaBas "ll seems th.it the clialnless hat corn
itiv. Also the o Inch neel. It l proving quite
porular, inJ manufacturer generally are making It.
"The ctnlnless at a hlch price, the jo-Inch at about
-3 j abiw rcnJstcr rates. Rubber Is not likely to be
iaiglier, but present prices will be maintained for some
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY has parts
ini stnJrles for 16 makes of wheels. Enameling In
i&lackanj colors. RepalrscarefullyanJeconomlcally
Jone by expert workmen. Prompt dispatch.
Agent for the I3EEBEE BICYCLE
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
. 231 KING STREET.
' . Established 1801
'House Lot on Kalll street, at Kallhl
100 x 100.
House ani Lot at Kallhl; 400x100
, Price S,oo.
House and Lot on Young street; 75155
Lot at Kamolllllll, about i acre.
'Lot on Prospect street, 75x115.
'Three Lots opposite McKee Island,
next to Macdonatd's.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract. Slie 501
JH. K. KE0H0KAL0LE and
15 Kaaiitjmau St.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
cast side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
:above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 310 Fort St.
. CHAS. D. WALKER,
Detlgnerand BullJrr of Jllgh-GraJe
""Yachte, Boats and Launches
.JL Works, Cos KINli b I .
"if P O, Box 00.
W. H. B1VENS, the Real Estate
Aent, litis chunked his locution
"from 315 Fort street to the. pew quarters In
jMclnenry Block, opposite Bank of Hawaii.
on Thursday !
DURING THE DAY!
: : KING ST.
OUR REGTJUAR SOLDIERS.
At Lenst Klchty IV r Cent of Our Army
Said to lie American Horn,
In examining tlio lists of soldiers kill
ed nnd wounded beforo Santiago 0110 is
struck by tlio great proportion of what
may bo termed distinctively American
uaiuca which appear, it has been 11 com
mon belief that tho majority of our
regular soldiers woro foreigners) and
tlio hasty (induction was inado that they
werp of tho floating population, fight
iug'siiuply for their pay and distinctly
Inferior mentally, morally and physic
ally. In 0110 list of ITO wounded 130
boro American names fully 70 per
cent and wo think it justifiable to
claim that fully one-half of thoso hav
ing Irish names wero boru iu tlio Unit
Consequently, if this list is a typo of
all, at least 60 per cent of our army
must bo American born. This is very
gratifying to know. All roports from
correspondents and disinterested people
uulto iu praising tho fluo physiquo, gen
eral intelligence and good conduct of
our enlisted men. Of their conduct in
battle tho losses they sustained at San
tiago is tho bent proof, uud it is gratify
ing to our pridu to now know that thoy
aro practically all Americans. Army
and Navy Journal.
Honda to Keep the Feac
Spain is probably tho only country
on earth whoso bonds aro worth more
after tho nation is whipped than before.
St- Louis, Globo-Democrat
Police Court Notei.
in tho Folico Court tlts fore
noon, three Ohinamoa arrested by
Deputy Marshal Ohillingworth,
wero found guilty of running a
pnka pio establishment and fined
$50 and cost each.
Ah Yau, charged with assault
and battery on Mrs. Santus and
Yong Ing for the same offonso on
Mrs. Kaliooluhi, were found guil
ty and fined $6 and coats Attor
ney for tho defense, Charles Clark,
noted and appeal. '
It appears that the two women
mentioned woro assaulted while
on the fishing rights of the Obi
Damon outsido of Iwilei. Thoy
had bags filled with squid, sea
weed and eges. Tho Chinamen
tried to got theso away from tho
women and, being met with resis
tance, struck thorn.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
Strangers walking through the streets of
Honolulu Invariably stop ,to look at the
many photographs of Island views which
are displayed on almost every block. These
views are usually of the same old worn
out subjects, and are Invariably finished In
largi, expensive sizes. We luve
of views platinum or sepia finish on 4x5
paper. Many of these have for their sub
jects scenes which have
Never Been Photographed Before.
These we offer to you so cheaply that we
almost GIVE THEM AWAY! Just
think of It 15c each, or 1.50 per dozen.
This is one of one hundred snaps.
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, Love Building.
flpSSV'''. In Ml column tiill h InnrllJ all fetal!
Irva a lint first Inurlion; to cmli utond inur
lion; jo (enli a utek and to nrj a month, lbn it Ibi
ebeaptst advertising tver ojftrtd Ibepeoplt of Honolulu,
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069
COR SALE Paying Ranch Property, near Mono
1 lulu. Address X, Uulletln office, 1138-jt
PR SALE Ebony Upright Piano, $100; Interna
tional Cctopedla (1$ vols) $30; Webster's Un
abridged, 8. Cookstove, etc. Apply SOON to
II. A. WHARTON, 98 Anapunl st Maklkl. 1 1 )8.iw
COR SALE-4 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO. TORD.
Inquire at Popular. Tort street ni-im
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN l-Island-bred
v dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W. 0. Irwin dalrv.
Tor further particulars Inquire of
C. W. Macfarlane,
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In rerfeit
order. Apply to H. G. tllart. Fort St. iiot-lf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass RLEl) ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
EST 15 cent meat In town. Try It ani be con
vi need, una Lxceinor Kesiauranr. 1041.
HELP WANTED-Office Girl wanted by LeMunyon
the Photographer, Rooms 9, 3 and 4, Love
A NURSE GIRL WANTED.
Apply G, at this
'ANTED Position as cook nn a steamer. Ad
uress a, i.i., umieun onice. H34-1W
WANTED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. ' 1067-1!
XANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for is cents, at
"V 6iH Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
soji-tf If. JEFFS, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Cot-
lege. St. Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. 1069
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD WITH NICE
joi Ileretanla street.
POUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Owner
I can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. 11st
I OST-A WHITE FEATHER BOA on the road to
L" Moana Lua last Sunday. Please return ts this
office and receUe reward. ti61f
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
ter. between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St
Return to this office. nos-sm
pASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book 0117, In favor
ui trm. v.rawiurj, has pcen losi. riniicr will
receive suitable reward bv leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noa-lf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In vour houses. Chloro-Nantholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feci Co . Agents. 1060
The Home Bakery Restaurant on Fort
street will be closed for alteration until
further notice. The Bakery will run as
Regular Quarterly Meeting of;the Union
Feed Company L'td., will be held at the
Company's office on Saturday, the nth
Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
F. R. VIDA,
Secretary of the Union Feed Co., L'td.
Honolulu, February 6th, 1899. 1138-31
Public Lands Notice.
On Saturday, Feb. 25th, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at office of W. O. Aiken, Pala,
Maul, will be open to applicants under
provisions of the Land Act of 1895 for
26 lots In Nahllcu, Section, Maul, of
from 6 to 8 acres each in area.
For plan and full (particulars apply at
office of W. O. Aiken, Pala, or at Public
Lands Office, Honolulu.
Agent of Public Lands.
Feb. 6, 1809. ii38-3t
QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE,
Having arrived from the Coast per S. S,
Garonne, has commenced business. The
very latest styles, and a perfect fit, guar
anteed. Charges moderate.
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Rooms 9 ani 10.
:: -'PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone iji. 1116
Merchant . Tailor
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Lane.
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
and In the best possible manner,
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Feb
.7, 1 p m Weather thick, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Feb 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
C9;.MI(lday maximum, 73.
(Barometer corrected for gravity, .06.)
Barometer, 0 am, 211.07 steady.
Rainfall, do, 2.33, perhaps an Inch
more this a. in.
Humidity at 0 a m 05 percent.
Dow Point (0 F.
Tuesday. Feb 7.
Rtmr Kcauhou, Mosher, from Ha-
Tuesday, Feb 7.
Stmr Ktlnuca Hon, Mitchell, for
Honohtna, Hakalau, Iloiioinu and
Htmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 3 )) 111.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for Lahatna,
Kahulul, Keanae, Haua, Hamoa, Kl
pahulu'atid Nnhlltu at 4 p in.
Stmr Clnudlnu, Cameron, for Maul
ports, At 6 p in.
Stmr W a Hall, Haglund, for Na
wlllwlll, Hanamaulu, Koloa, Eleele
antl Hnuapepe at 5 p m.
Stmr Upolu, Heunlngsen, for Ha
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, for
USTS Morgan City, Dillon, for
JUDGE W1DEHAHH IS DEAD.
Continued from Page 1.
Associate Justice of tho Supremo
Court. This office he held until
February 18, 1874, when ho ro
signed' along with First Associate
Justice A. S. Hartweil both to
eutor the Cabinet of King Kala
knuri, the subject of this sketch ns
Minister of tho Interior. Mr.
Widemann was a rnomber of tho
Privy Council of State, also of tho
Board of Health. Wljen tho
Huuso of Nobles was nppointivo
by thr sovereign, Mr. Widemann
was a member. At the 6rst gen
eral election aftor the promulga
tion of tho Constitution of 1887,
which mndo tho Nobles elective
under a high property qualifica
tion, he was elected to the same
House, whoro ho retained his Boat
until chosen by Qneou Liliuoka
lani in her first Cabinet as Min
ister of Finance.
The last appearance in public
life, of Judgo Widemann was to
take cbarpo of the forlorn hopo of
Queen Liliuokalani for obtaiuing
recognition of her claim to be re
stored to the throne of Hawaii, at
tho United States, British, Uer
man and other capitals.
As a jurist, although without
preliminary training in the law,
Mr. Widemann mndo n record for
sound common sonse and unim
peachable integrity. Iu political
life, whether as a stittesman, an
executive officer, or a legislator, ho
was discreet, upright and conser
Mr. Widemann has borne an
orainent part in developing the
industry and promoting tho com
merce of tl.o Hawaiian Islands.
Among the sugar planters he has
for many years been araongj tho
most successful. His first agricul
tural venture in tbo islands was
ooffoo raising on Kauai, where ho
resided from his coming here to
stay until 18G4. This waa not re
munerative and ho gave up coffeo
for sugar cano planting. He
started tho Lihuo plantation on
Kauai in 1850, that being tho first
sugar enterprise in the Islands
conducted according to modern
Whoa tho reciprocity treaty
with the United States was con
cluded in 1876, Mr. Widemann
regarded the instrument with
great displeasure. It was in bis
opinion a compact that was dero
gatory to the dignity of the Ha
waiian pooplo. Ho considered'
that .there had been enough profit
in Bugar production without the
treaty, and that tho interests ot
the Hawaiian Islands wero sacri
ficed to proouro tho now advan
tages. So intensely bo felt od tho
subject that ho Bold out all his
planting intorosts and rotired from
active lifo. Inactivity, however,
being foreign to his tempera
ment, Mr. Widemann in 1878
started the Waianao plantation on
Uauu. 1'uis ostato ho brought to
a highly profitable condition, and
personally hold most of its corpo
rate Btoclc until near his doath.
Mr. Widemann was interested
in other local enterprises besides
thoeo naraod. Tho ohiof promo
tor of tho Mutual Telephone Co.,
ho owned the controlling interest
in its shares until after tho ab
sorption of tho Bell Telephone
Co. a few years ago. Ho is a
largo owner of real estate in Ho
nolulu and leaves groat wealth.
Ono of tho most nttractivo corners
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 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,,
ySlGN OF THE BlG SlIOE,
It JTorfc street.
of tho capital city is tho largo do
mesno nt Berotania and Punahou
streets, containing stately man
sions inhabited by his own and
the families of his married chil
Hermann A. Widemann on May
5, 1850, married Mary Kauai, a
Hawaiian lady, who survives him,
so that tho couple would havo
celobrated their golden weddiDg
in a littlo moro than a year
honce had not death broken
the bond that has so long been
affectionately and roligiously held
sacred. To Mr. and Mrs. Wide
mann havo been born seven
daughters and two sons: Mrs.
H. R. Macfarlane, Mrs. Fred W.
Macfarlane, Mrs. O. O. Bergor,
for somo years now a widow, Mrs.
Wm. Lanz, Mrs. John M.Dow
B"ttt, Mrs. 0. Conrad, Miss
Unna Widomann, and Messrs.
Carl and Hormann Wid3mann.
Carl is manager of tho coffeo
plantation on the Waianae sugar
estate, and Hermann holds n
position in tho offioe of J. D,
Spreckols & Bros. Co. in San
Francisco. With theso children
and ,bh wifo, Judgo Widemann
loaves many grandchildren.
-33 Queen Street
Shares of Stock
Undor Instructions from tho Treasuror
of tho Waianao Co., Ltd., I will soil at
Public Auction, nt my salesroom, Quocn
TUESDAY, Tob. 14,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
FOURTEEN SHARES OF THE WAI
ANAE CO., botng tho fractional sharos
of tbo now lasuo of stock.
Tonus Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Fine Residence For Sale.
Hosldonco of Mr. F. Waldron, on
Lunalllo streot ; 140 foet on Lunalllo
sttoot, 120 to 181 foot doop.
Contains 20,070 squaro foot.
A now, comfortablo houso on tho prop
orty, containing 0 rooms.
Furtbor particulars at my offlco,
.IAS. P. MORGAN,
J-y-K'NO LESSEE. 4
J. F. POST MANAGEMJ J
IN HIS GREAT
HUB IODISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
f$! THE BEST 1
TO-NIGHT, FEB. 7.
Big Tent Show
x Corner Alakea and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
Reserved Chairs, 25o.
Great Business Opening!
I HAVE A VALUABLE
PATENT i Mi.
Which I will stfl outright, orwlll 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. 1
i. Tarm at Hamakua $ 7,joo
9. a Loll at Maklkl,,., j 50a
3. $ acres lanJ near town 6,oo
4. K acre ol l.nj'ccnttr ol town 4,500
5. A u-year lease 4 collates i,JJO""
i. A 40-room Lodging House, is-year lease. j,ooa
7. Large lot at Atalklkl io,eoa
8. its coffee land, Kona 3,000
9. i acres coffee land, Kona, K planteJ,... .
10. Lot ii acre near town ,, 1,30a
11. Comerlot centeroltown 9,30
is. An 8-year lease s cottag 00)
For further particulars apply to
.J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolflcc Lnnc, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
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