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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 8, 1899.
There are a number of good wheels
made. At the head o? the list you will
find the - - - -
COLUMBIA, & RAMBLER.
Inspection and use will prove this to
you. A Yew 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. Tfort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agonts.
FREE SODA SERVED
Honolulu Drug Co.,
House Lot on Kail) street, it Kallhl
House and Lot at Kallhl: 400x100
House anJ Lot on Young street; 75x155
Lot at rCamollllllli about M acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 75x115.
Three Lots opposite McKee Island,
neat to Macdonall's.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract. SI je 50 1
la, K. KE0H0KAL0LE and
15 Kaaiiumantj St.
Consisting of that certain lot on tin
..east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
.. above the corner of Fort and Bere-
' tania streets.
' WILLIAM SAYIDGE
No. 310 Fort St.
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. 1132
H. L. KERR & CO ,
Architects and Builders
Rooms 9 And 10,
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone iji. 1116
i CHARLES CRAMER,
' Merchant Tailor
534 FORT ST.,
1 m iii Near corner of Chaplain Lane.
J MW ' Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
rv h andaln the best possible manner, 1116
The Home Bakery Restaurant on Fort
street will be "closed for alteration until
further notice. The Bakery will run as
u ..I. ii38-iw
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
on Thursday !
DURING THE DAY!
: : KING ST.
low 11 I.icro Truoprr Treated One CInrJ
In n Unlteil fitmi . Uniform.
"Tlio flinotlns of tho Sr-milnrds wni
' an iircuiuto an is Kciioinlly suppos
said nn rfllccr In Belles uo hospital
1: Now York recently. "They flml m
'truly by olley. Their lire was much
more rapid than tiiut of our men, but
uot iicurly eo deadly. Thoy Wuated ten
shots lb our quo. Our troops fired hull-
rldually uud carefully. Tho majority
of tho Spaniards found dead in the
trenches wuru shot through tho heads.
"Tho fact that so many ofllcors were
picked off," ho continued, "is no credit
to Spanish marksmanship. Thoy wero
right nbovo us lu trcos, and tho rnngu
wits short. You should havo been tho
Faldlcrs of tho Slxtfi nud Thirteenth in
fantry nnd tho Tenth cavnlry pick tho
Bpniiish sharpshooters out of tho trees
utter tho capture of tho San Juan hill.
They hunted for them as wo used to
hunt coons in tho south. Fc of thoso
chivalrous Spaniards who shot on the
Hod Cross flag from trees lived to brag
about it And that reminds mo of a
story of 0110 of tho members of tho
Tenth cavalry. Every man in that regi
ment, with tho exception of tho com
missioned officers, is a negro.
"Well, this privato was hunting for
sharpshooters who wero hidden In tho
trcos. Ho soon discovered a man perch
ed ou a low branch. Ho was whito and
Was clad in a tTnlted States cavalry
nniform. 'Who Is you?' inquired tho
negro trooper. 'Amoricano,' answered
tho man in tho tree Tho trooper was
suspicious. ' What regiment does you
beloug to?' ho asked. 'Tho Tenth,' camo
tho answer. 'Well, cf you b'longs to tho
Tenth and you is a whito man, ' said
tho trooper slowly, 'youso jest do gom
man I'zo lookiu fur, ' and tho noxt min
ute, according to tho negro, 'ho was the
deadost spaniol dat over breathed.' "
Now York Sun.
CAPTAIN ENGLISH'S PRAISE.
Member of General Wheeler' Staff Telia
of Mla Jennlnta' Worth.
Captain William E. English of Gen
eral Josoph Wheoler's staff, who reach
ed this port on tho transport Seneca, in
at tho Hotel Imperial, having been re
leased from quarautno on Hoffman is
land. "Wo had a bad trip up, as y,ou
know," ho said. "Tho wounded sufler
ed terribly, as thcro wero no hospital
equipments. Tho doctors had to use
penknives for surgical instruments. Had
it not been for Miss Jennings, tho Tied
Cross nurse, I do not know wbaffTho
poor follows would havo dona
"No ono who has not been on tho
ground can understand tho hardships
tho men havouudcrgouo, and I want to
say 1 do not 'bolievo there Is a finer or
braver lot of men today than tho sol
diers who took Santiago. I Hpcak par
ticularly of tho regulars, though I havo
heard tho volunteer praisod by rogular
Cnptain English spoke enthusiastical
ly of Qcnoral Wheolor, who was carried
totthu front in an ambulanco on July 1
and staid thcro, though ho was suffer
ing from fovor. Captain English wax
sovsrely Injured iu tho first day's fight
ing. A shell exploded near Grimes' but
tery, killing two men. nis horso swerv
ed, stumbled and fell on him. Ho lay for
anliour under firo And was then carried
to tho rear. Whon tranbferredto Si
boncy, ho became ill with malaria and
dysentery and was finally ordered homo
Now Vorlc Horald.
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
IjkrtSSh''''. In Ittt column tiltl h Interied allfctntl
Wfr a lint fir it interlion; ro eenlt tecond inter
ho! 0 eenlt a week and a eenlt a monlb. 7 Hi it lie
ebeapett odverttung ever offered lie people of Honolulu,
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine put In your closet or cesspool, an3
save sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 1069
WANTED A position as Teamster. Many years
experience In driving horses. Address A. B.
C Bulletin Office. 1139-1!
'XANTEDt-A Good Walter, also a Good Short
' Order Cook. Apply Orpheum Cafe, upper
Fort street, near Theatre. njo-jt
NURSE GIRL WANTED,
Arr'y G, at this
ANTED Position as cook on a steamer. Ad-
aress A. r. ., nullum office. njciw
17ANTED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. io?-tf
VlANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
610H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
roji-tf H.JEFFS, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
' 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
PR SALE Paying Ranch Property, near Hono
lulu. Address X, Bulletin office. li)8-jt
FOR SALE t Ebony Upright Piano, $; Interna
tional Cyclopedia (15 vols) Jjo, Webster's Un
abridged, $8. Cookstove, etc. Apply SOON to
II. A. WHARTON. a8 Ananunl sl Maklkl. 1118 iw
FOR SALE-4 Lots at Maklkl. byGEO. FORD.
Inquire at Popular, Tort street. iiji-im
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN l-Island-bred
dairy slock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
w. G. Irwin dairy. I or further particulars Inquire of
C. W. Macfarlane. nji-tf
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
' order. Apply to H. Q. Plan, Fort St. iioftf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co . Fort street. 1067
REST jj cent meal In town.
Trv It and b fnn.
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
BOARD AND ROOrS.
DOARD WITH NICE
- 50a Beretanla street.
COUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Owner
1 can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. mi
I OST-A WHITE FEATHER BOA on the road to
- Moana Lua last Sunday. Pleas rrturn m ihit
office and receive reward. njotf
I OST-A GOLD PIN wllh a DIAMOND In the cen-J-
ten between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St.
Return" to this office. iio8-im
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Book oiTr, In favM
' of Wm. Crawford, has been lost, rinder will
receive suitable reward by leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESC NEWS. noi-lf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Invourhouses. Chlnrn.Nanthnteumklllc
cockroaches and ants. Set California Feed Co,
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
members of the Myrtle Boat Club will
be held at the boat house this Wednesday
evening, February 8, 1899, at 7:30 o'clock.
, .v T. H. PETRIE,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1899. 1139-it
Tenders for I Janitor's
-saas SB. gggga
Sealed tenders for the construction of -a
liouse for the janitor of the Palama school,
to be completeJ-on-or before Wednesday,
the Department of Publlcilnstructlon until
noomof Monday, February! 13th. Plans
and specifications yan be seen -at the office
cZmpjeySruf Dickey. 1X3 KS
iiiineiminister-uocs not bind himself to
acceptithe' lowest or any bld.t . "Tw
:zaa ..'-'HENRY E. COOPER, :i.
1 1 39-3t Minister of Public Instruction. 7
Grato threo lemons Boat tho yolks
of six eggs. Add to tho lemons witli two
cupfuls of sugar and halt a cupful of
butter. Lino tho bottom of a doep pud
ding dish with slices of stale cake
Pour tho mixture over and sot in tho
oven to bako for 20 minutes Tuko it
out Cover with meringuo mndo of the
whites of tho eggs and a toacupful of
powdered sugar beaten together. Set iu
tho oven to brown slightly and sorvu
The Klaa Going Oat of Fuhlon.
It is a well known fact that English
men havo loug ago given up tho prao
tlco of saluting each other with a kiss,
a custom still universal in Russia. It
has oven como to bo considered bad
form to kiss each other among tho fair
box. iii tact, an oxclumgo states tuat
kissing botweon women has almost gone
out of fashion and will bo qulto obsolete
in a few years. Tho up to dato girl no
longer klssoa nor follow glrL
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
jaiMiliLL lMmJ&i& wito: i..i,fr tjLU&uA .,Jk AZ6t&J .,...r ..i. u. i
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
h, J p m Weather cienr, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Feb &
Temperature Morning minimum,
07; Midday maximum, 78. - '
(Barometer corrected for gravity, .06.)
Barometer, 0 am, 20.00 steady.
Rainfall, do, 1.07.
Humidity at 9 a m 82 percent.
Dow Point 08 F.
Wednesday, Feb- 8.
Stmr Wnialenlc, Green, from Ka
Wednesday, Fob 8.
Am schr Burtio Minor, Raven f for
VESSEL8 LEAVING TOMORROW.
Rtmr Ilelene, Mnctlonaltl, for Pft
nuhau, Kuknlnu, Ookala, Laupaboe
hcx: nutl Pupnlon at 5 p m.
From Knpan, per stmr Wniale-
nlo, Feb 8 F F Sedgwick.
From Eapaa, per
ale, Fob 8-3120 bi
Brewer & Co.
sugar for G
More About Ah Choy.
Yesterday afternoon, Deputy
Marshal Obillingworlb iDvesti
gatod the case of Ab Choy, the
Chinaman from quarantine,
charged with importing opium,
and found there wore moro faota
to be learned than had come out
at tiret. He went to the quaran
tine station and arrested Mun
Sing. Both he and Ah Choy are
now in jail for investigation. It
is believed that Mun Sing is the
real owner of the teapot found
with opium in tho false bottom.
Tho case will probably come np
ICE CREAM WITHOUT EGG8.
How to Mslio nil Frrria Several Vrl
etlen of Thla Delectable Compound.
An oxcollont vanilla icecream "with
out cggfi or thickening of flour" of any
kind may be made of a quart of rich
crcuni, a cup of milk, a largo tablo
spoonful of English gelatin, a liberal
cup of sugar nnd a. tablcspoonfal of
vnuilla. Soak tha gelatin in four tablo
spoonfuls of cold water for two hours.
JJrlng tho milk to the boiling point and
itir tho golatiu into tho boiling milk
r.nd coutiuuo stirring until it is molted.
Strain tho preparation through a fine
Vtiru strainor into tho cream, ndd tho
tanllla and tho sugar and freeze tho
tuixturo nt ouca
An oxcelleut chocolato icocrenm may
bo ruado of a quart of cream, a pint of
milk, a largo tablespoonful of English
liolatin, a cup and a half of soger, two
ounces of unsweetened obocolato sera pod
fine 11 ml a tablespoonful of vanilla ex
tract. Soak tho gelatin as boforo, stir
into a cup of tho milk and strain it in
tho cronni ntir tho scraped chocolate
into tho ren aindor of the milk, which
muBt also be heated to tho boiling
point. Stir the preparation of chocolate
over tho fire until tho ohooolato is all
melted nnd tho wbolo is a smooth, dark
mass. Add the sugar and stir all into
tho cream. Add tho vanilla and freezo
The success of an ico cream depends
considerably on the freezing. Do not
uso too much salt. Threo pints is enough
for a largo pailful of cracked or pounded
ice. Theico should be pouuded fine, and
tho freozer should bo packod firmly.
Use an ordinary froezer of standard
duality. If the cream is frozen too rnp-
idly, it will bo ooarso. After paoklug
tho froezer turn tho crank for fivo min
utes. Then open tho freezer, remove tho
beater and scrape off with a thin bladod
kuifo tho frozon crust of thin cream
that oovers tho sides of the can and mix
it thoroughly with a wooden spoon or
spntnla with tho softor cream in tho
centor. Replace the beator and cover
tho can and turn tho crank again for
tbroo or four minutes; (hen repeat the
operation of scraping the sides of the
freezing can and mixing the unfrozen
cream with the frozon. Work the cream
thoroughly to 'mako it light and cover
the can again and turn the crank again,
now us rapidly as possible. In a fow
minutes the cream should be ready to
It should remain paoked in salt and
ioo for at least two hours. It is bottor
if kept four or oven six hours before it-
is eaten. Philadelphia Press.
In the polico court this after
noon, Mrs. Eaae'a case wne argued
and Judge Wilcox found defend
ant not guilty. "
tFF'r1rr'FF- f sf
J The Bulletin can satisfy
an your wain is. ir nas
COLUMN. . .
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,,
Sign of the Big Shoe,
tt 3Torfc Btrcot.
Shares of Stock
Undor instructions from tho Treasurer
of tho ulaimo Co., Ltd., I will sell at
Public Auction, nt my salesroom, Queen
TUESDAY, Feb. 14, 1899,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
FOURTEEN SHARES OF THE WAI
ANAE CO., being the fractional sharos
of tho now issuo of stock.
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Fine Residence For Sale.
Rosldenco of Mr. F. Wahlron, on
Lunalllo street ; 140 foct on Lunalllo
stteot, 120 to 181 foot doop.
Contains 20,070 square foot.
A now, comfortable houso on tho prop-
orty, oontalnlng 0 rooms.
Furtbor particulars at my offlco.
JAS. F. MORGAN",
Publio 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 1893 for
26 lots In Nahlku, Section, Maul, of
irom o 10 0 acres each In area.
For plan and full particulars apply at
office of W. O. Aiken, Pala, or at Public
Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
. r Agent of Public Lands.
Feb. 6, 1899. , 1138-t
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 (he Union Feed Co., L'td.
Honplulu, February 6th, 1899. 1138-31
J. F. POST.,
In a New Role.
The Laughable Farce-Comedy,
MISS LOUISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGft COMPANY.
ISfSK THE BEST!
TO-NIGHT, FEB. 8.
Big Tent Show
Corner Alakea and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT r-::
15 ARTISTS 15
Ro3orvcd Chairs, 25c. '
Great Business OpeningI
I HAVE A VALUABLE
PATENT ill ,
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 openlitg for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
1127 L. W. G., Bulletin office.
I. Farm at llamakua S 7,500
a. 4 Lots at Maklkl jjoa
j. iH acres land near town fj.oo
4. i acre of land center o( town 4,50a
5. A n-year lease 4 cottages 1,150
6. A 40-room Lodging House, n-year lease. 5,00a
7. Large lot at Malklkl , 10,000
8. 7J acres coffee land, Kona 3,00a
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, M planted,,., 6,000
10. Lot M acre, near town , 1,50a
11. Corner lot center ot town ,,,,, 0,500,
II, An 6-year lease a cottages i.ooo
For further particulars apply to
13. M. VIVAS,
G Postofllcc Lime, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
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