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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, FEBRUARY 10, 1899
There are a number of good wheels
made. At the head
COLUMBIA, & 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.
WATCH JMSJPACE !
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
:: -King Street.
Lines of Travel.
Men Steamship Co's
AVill k-.ue Honolulu evory Ttlosday sit
3 o'clock i. in., touching nt Lnliaina,
MiuiUeii lliy anil Mukoim tlio same
dnyj Maliukonu, Kawallao and Jjiu
tialionhoo tlio follow I m: iliy, arriving
at Ullo Wednesday evening.
Returning will sail from Ullo overy
1'rlilny l il o'clock p. in., touching at
3.:iiip.ilioolioo, Malmkouu, Kawalliuo,
Mnkcn.i, Mualuca Itay anil Uilinlu.i,
Brilvlnjsnt Honolulu Saturdaj' nlKlit
Will call at I'oliolkl, l'uiu, on tlio
docond trip of oacli inontli, airlvllijr
thero on tlio morning of tlio day of
ullliiK from Ullo to Honolulu.
'llio popular routo to tlio Volcano Is
Ia Hilo. A good nirrliiBO road tlio on
S. S. CLADDINE1
"Will lonvo Honolulu Tuosday, nt 6
o'clock ) in , touching nt Knliulul,
liana, llamoa und Klpaliulu, Maul Ho
turnluK, airlvcs at ilouotuUi Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, onco eacn
This company rosorves tlio right to
niako chnugus In tlio tlmo of departure
and arrival of it KUamnrx WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not ho rcHpnuHlhlii
for any consequences ailslng thore
Xrom. Conslitncos must bo at tho landing
to rocolvo tholr fiolglit. Tills company
will not hold Itwlf tcHponHiblo for
froluht aflor It has boon lauded.
Live btock rocelvod only at ownor's
This company will not bo rosponsl
bfo for money or valuablos of passoti
gors unloMM placed In tlio oaro of purs-
Piissongors aro rcquostod to purchase
tlckelp boforo embarking Tlioso fall
ing todo no will be subject to an addl
tlonal charuo of twenty live per cent.
The company will not bo liable fur
ions of, nor injury to, nor uoiay in, tne
dMivory of baggage or permnm! ollects
of the pahsungor bayonil tho amount of
JIOO 00. unless the valuu of the Maine
bo declared, ut or before the issue of
tho llckot, and freight Is paid thereon.
All omployoes of the Company are
forbidden to rocolvo freight without de
livering a shipping receipt therefor in
the form priiKcrlbod by tho Company
and which may bo seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are nntlllod that if frolght is
shipiod without such receipt, it will be
solely at tho risk of the shipper.
C. U WIGHT, rresldont.
S. II. HOSE, Secretary.
CA1T. J. A. KINO, Port Su'it.
Regular Quarterly Meeting of the Union
Feed Company' L'td., will be held at the
Company's office on Saturday, the nth
Inst., at io o'clock a. in.
F. R. VIDA,
Secretary of the Union Feed Co., L'td.
Honolulu, February 6th, iSoo. 1 138-3!
, Small ndi. 111 the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
of the list vou will
TWO .M!IIIi:s SITTIXO.
tixcriitlona to Viirloni Itullnira.A C"n
Murmnoto nlinsAInidn is on trinl
before Judge Slnnlei, by tbo fol
lowing jury: I. A. Burgott, O. II.
Clapp, J. Sobnaok, A. 13. Wood,
J L. McLviui, Louis Marks, D.
T. Bniloy, Wm. Savidgo, D. F.
Thrum, T. S. Douglas, 0. Du Roi
aud W. E. Urowu. E. P. Dole
and A. L. 0. Atkinson for prosn-
cution; J. T. Do Bolt for dofoml
nut. lho prosocution rested at
11:18, whoa the court took recess
Argument tikes place this after
noou, beforo Judge Perry, in the
mnlicious prosecution cose of
Koelio vs. Dickey..
Judge Stanley this morning
granted a motion argued by Mr.
Sillimau to strike from tho calen
dar tho case of Allen & ltobiu
pon vh. G. W. Lincoln and H. E
Coopor. Exceptions were, noted
by Mr. Ballou for plniutiff.
J. Alfred Mngoon lms accepted
to the order of Judge Perry, douy
ing his motion that Auastntin N.
A. Olds be. oompollad to elect bo
tweou one of the stated causes of
notion in her complaint ngninst
linn for unprofessional conduct.
H. E. Cooper by his attorneys,
Magoou & Silliman, has excepted
to Judge Perry's over-ruling of
his objection, and protest to the
iesuauco of execution in J. A.
Hopper's suit against G. V. Lin
coln und himself,
Au order to show cause has
been made on the application of
Victoria S. Ellis, administratrix of
tbo estato of Nancy S. Ellis, do
censed, to sell real eatate und pay
Confession of judgment has
boeu made by John K. Sutnuer iu
favor of Mary Potter, administra
trix, for 81000, interest of $350
and costs of S52.75, iu all SM02 75,
payment to be mado within bix
months aud execution not to issuo
within that time.
Prin CoiMiiiUtfluner Frenr.
Most of the sossiou of the Exe
cutive Council this morning was
denoted to a consideration of
tnattor from Washington.
This consisted of tho Hawaiiim
government bill boforo Congrpss,
with tho report thereon of (be
Few nud slight wore found tho
changes mado by tho committee,
of which the press dispatches have
ali'mly mutlo tho public ac-
Commissioner Frear writes the
Government, expressing a Htrong
hope that the Hawaiian bill will
be passed this session.
Uosvrnor of Noutli Auntrallii.
London, February 1. Lord
Hallnm Tonnyson, son of the late
Lord A'fred TounyEoti, has beon
appointed Governor of South
rtrtrr5 '' in (Ml column mil h InnrUJ at ifctnlt
yi lintfiril inurtton; lo null lieonJ inur
lion; jo etnli .1 trtik and o etnli a month. 7 Ml II Itt
locar gamming cvtr cfltrtj IHftoflt cf Honolulu
UEWANT YOU TO HAVE West Dlslnfectlne
" Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California rJ Co. .Agents. 1069
ANTEO-PIANQ IU.AYI.R. ladv or gentleman.
"rro manager lm SMUW, 1141-11
XlANTED Hy a gentleman lnJ wife, une or two
v furnKhed rooms centrally located, with or with
out bonj Address 1, , j, Hullelln office, lui-lf
'ANTED 10 HOYS Must own blccle or horse.
Onlv bovs attenJIntr schma anJ rptlJini. ulth
parents necJ apply, jloys between ij anJ 18 rars
ol ace preierreJ. Applj by letter In own hanJwrltlnc
toA.W , O. Box 50J, Uty. no-jt
UANTEI) Girl Walters tor Nestaurant. Apply
' bemein 10 a, m. anJ a p. m. Home llakiry,
' AANTED A Good Walter, also a Good Short
Order ConW. Apply Orpheum Cafe, upper
Tort street, near Theatre. 1130- jt
WANICD-Semal SMALL UOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Alessencer Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-tt
t ANTED 300 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, al
vv 619X Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
iDSftf H.JEFIS, Proprietor.
THE PUPL1C TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I lee, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chtoro'Naplholeum with great success. California
Teed Co., Agents. 106a
COR SALE 1 Ebony Upright Phno, Ijoo; Interna
1 onai Lciorejia ti vo si io. werster i'n
abridged J-S. Cokstme, etc. Apply SOON to
11. A. nimiiu,, as Anapuni st .Maklkl. n)S iw
FOR SALP 4 Lots nt Mtklkl. by GEO. rOKD.
Inquire at Popular, lort street it)i-im
0 FTORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN r-lslandbr7d
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire ol the
W. G. Irwin dairy Tor further particulars Inquire o(
C. W. Mactarlane 1131-1!
R H TSALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In" perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Illart, Tort St. noi-tl
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Pass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Herehtrom
Music Co., fort street. io6t
EST cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced, Llnd s Lxcelslor Restaurant, 1041.
HOARD AND ROOMS.
OOARD WITH NICE IURMSHED ROOMS.
L $oi Ilerctanla street. it3a-im
FOUND Pouch containing Hlcvcle outfit 0ner
can his e same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. i tai
I OST A WHITE TEATIirR BOA on the road to
'" Moana Lua last Sunday. Ilease return t this
office and receive reward m6lf
1 OST A GOI D PIN wllh a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
tcr; between Walknhalulu Urldge and Alapal St
Return to this office. 1108-am
PASS-nOOK LOST. Pass Hook out, In favor
ol Wm, Crawlord. has been lost. Tinder will
recehe suitable reward hy leaving same at tne oflice
olthe HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noi-tl
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholevm kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Teed Co.,
WE RENT the West DISINITCTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, lor a small monthly
rental. California Peed Co., Agents. 1069
I will not be responsible for any bills
contracted In the name of P. J. Voeller &
Co. without the signature of the manager,
Benito Guerrero, or his attorney fn fact.
L. H. DEE,
Attorney In Fact.
Honolulu, Feb. i, 1899. 1 141-1 w
How to rreara Codfish Toast.
Half u pouud of cold cod, IK, ounces
butter, tbruo eg, three tablespoons
milk or cream, a halt teaspoon lemon
juico.thrcu rounds of buttered toast, bait,
poppor Hcparuto tbo llsli into Email
pieces, froo from skin uud bono lieut
tbo I'gh'a to a light froth Add to tbem
tbo llsli, milk, lemon juico uud hcaoii
iug Mix well. Melt tho butter in a
clean, bright pan. When it bubblex,
pour iu tho eggs, eto. Stir with a wood
en spoon over a slow tiro till tbo mix
turo is hoft uud creamy Tuko it olf at
onco and heap upon tho buttered loni-t,
which mubt ba very hot. Servo nt onco.
Hon' to Muke I'lckt-U Codfish.
Pick tho fish iuto Hakes nud wash re
peatedly uutll it is no longer salt, then
put it into 11 pau of cold water aud let
it como gradually to tho boiling poiut.
It must remain this way for at least SO
minutes, aud it is important to remem
ber that tho water should not ronlly
boil. Au excellent eauco is iiiudu by
measuring u pint of rich milk tor euuli
pint of codtUh nud stirring iuto it u tu
blcspoontul of Hour which has pre
viously been mixed in au equal meus
uiu of butter Tbo kuico must himmer
olowly, the bubbles riniug only at the
hides When tbo witter on tlio flbb is at
luit allowed to boll, turn it otr and put
tlio drained (ish into tho cream satire
Iv.'i it boll up for two minutes, then
tiuiw it to tho b.tek ot tlio stove. Stuxut.
with u little white pepper und add ty'
eg,s which liuvu boon previously beaten
with a little of tlio hut cream snuee
Tho cod limy ht.unl iu thu t.uu'" t"i
three or four minutes, but it mutc u
boil i'npnro three dnlicute slices 01
brown toast, luy thum on u hot pbittei
utiil iour thu piekud cod over Thrtu tu
blespooululs ot creuui, stitred iu when
tho eggs tire beaten, will bo tuuud to I.e
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head SlKtinl Station, Feb
10, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Weather Burcntt, Putmhoti, Feb 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
G3; Midday maximum, fcO.
(Darometer corrected lor gravity, .06 )
Jlarometer, 0 a nt, 30.10 steady.
Halnfnll. do. O.O'I.
Humidity at 0 a in 71 percent.
Dow Point (i5 F.
Prospects of trades for a few days.
Thursday, Kel) 0.
U8T S Senator, Patterson, from
P M 8 S Itlo do Janeiro, Ward, from
Friday, Feb 10.
Stmr Iwnlunl Gregory, from Ki
lntteit. Stmr Kntmt, llriilin, from Koim.
Stmr Miumn Loa, SimerHon, from
Maul 11111I Hawaii portn.
Am lik Albert O rlllltlis, from Sun
Ambtttno W CI lnvln. Wllllaihi.
from sun i ranowct).
Am nelir Kiitieuvor, MeAllep, from
Thunday, Feb 0.
Stmr Mlknlmln. Thomnsoii, for
illKIllYL'll. 11 llllllCll llllll 1VUKUIUS Mb u
Stmi Kiloliann, Mother, for J.a
liuina and Kaannpali at 3 p 111.
Stmr J A Cummln, Seurle, for
Stmr Iwn, Kntifmaun, for Oaliit
PMSS Kit) de Janeiro, Ward, for
Japan and China.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
r..l ,1 II... I ...I tr..l...l.n .. T.
The schooner Luka Bailed yos
Tho llio do Janeiro brought ono
soldior for tho Sonutor.
Tho Mildred will sail in ballast
for tho Sound tomorrow sometime.
Tho Bortie Minor failed to set
nway yesterday. Sho is ready tor
Tho Anamba sailed for Port
Towsend nt 12 noon today. A
full crew was shipped.
Tho bnrkontino Arolior, 845
tons, has been chartered to return
to Hilo from San Francisco iu tho
The American briuantino W G
Irwin, Williams master, arrived
in port at 11am today with GOO
tnus of geuornl merchandise for "W
G Irwin & Go and 201 head of
bogs for Gus Shumann.
Tho Audrow Welch is probably
now on her way to this port from
San Francisco. Sho was on the
boards to sail Jan 1 but, when tho
Bio do Janeiro sailed a day later,
sho had not yet sailed.
Tho Diamond Head Signal sta
tion man mado nnothor mistake
this mornit ;. Ho telephoned tho
Manna L it fifteen miles cast at
7:15 o'cIih k. Tho steamer turned
out to lie tho Kauai from Kona
Thu American schoonor En
deavor, MeAllep master, arrived
in port at 11:15 a m with thd fol
lowing cargo of lumbor for Low
ors & Cooke: 555,042 foet rough
lumber, MG.Cill feet dressed lum
bor, 5010 pickets, 30,000 laths,
289,750 shingles and 175 poles.
The American bark Albert,
Gritliths master, arrived in port
this morning with a cargo of 1200
Ions of general merchandise for H
Hackfold & Co. Sho sailed from
San Francisco Jan 1. Contrary
weather caused her long trip. Tho
Albert has 19 mules ana ono horse
From San Francisco, per bkgtno
WG Irwin, Fob 10 James Mc
Queen, A M MoKcobor and H
From Kilauea, per stmr Iwa
lani, Feb 10 Dr O E Wall, D
Kaapa, Kawaaulau and 2 on dock.
From Nnpoopoo, por stmr Ka
uai, Fob 10 Dr Atcherloy and 7
From San Franoisco, por bk
Albert, Fob 10 W H Shearor.
From Kilauot, par stmr wal
tni, Feb 101500 sx sugar for W
G Irwin & Co.
From Napoopno, por stmr Ka
uai, Fob 1005 hd cattle, 5 cows,
5 calvos and I horsos.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
OUR LINE IS
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 YOH 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,,
Siox of tub Bia Shoe,
-33 Queen Street
Shares of Stock'AT
Under Instructions from tho Treasurer
of tlio Walanao Co., Ltd., I will soli at
Public Auction, at my salosioom, Queen
TUESDAY, J7cb. Id, 1899,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
FOUItrKEN SHAKES OF THE WAI
ANAH CO., bolng tho fractional sbaros
of tho now issuo of stock.
Tonus Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
TAS. F. MORGAN,
Fine Residence For Sale.
Itosidoneo of Mr. F. Waldron, on
Luimlllo slroot j 14(1 foet on Lunalllo
sttoot, 12D to 181 foot deop.
Contains 20,070 squaro feet.
A now, comfortablo houso on tho prop
erty, containing 0 rooms.
Furthor particulars at my ofllco.
.1 AS. J7. MORGAN,
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, 1 few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 310 Fort St.
The Home Bakery Restaurant on Fort
street will be closed for alteration until
further notice. The Bakery will run as
usual. ' 1138-iw
Notice Is hereby given the delegates of
the Nominating Convention of the Ameri
can Union Party to meet at the Chamber
of Commerce Hall In Honolulu, Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock, Feby. nth, 1809,
for the purpose of nominating a candidate
for election to fill the Senatorial vacancy
created by the resignation of the Hon. H.
W. Schmidt, and for the transaction of
such other business as may come before
' Signed GEO. W. SMITH,
Honolulu, Feby. 91I1, 1S99. 1 140-jt
Great Business Opening!
I HAVE A VALUABLE
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an active business man
for placing the work on the market. 1 his
Is a splendid business opening for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
M27 L. W. G., Bulletin office.
s. Tarm at H imakua $ 7,50c
a, 4 Lots at Maklkl 350a
3. ii acres lanJ near town 6,00a
4. M acre of linj center ol town 4,500
5. A ia-year lease 4 cottaces 1,350
C. A 40-room Losing House, u-year lease. 5,000
T. Large lot at Malklkl 10,000
8. ijj acres coffee land, Kona 3.000
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, i planted.,.. 6,00a
io. Lot i acre near town 1,50a
11, Corner lot center of town 9,300
i. An 8-)ear lease a cottages 1,00a
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflcc Ljinc, - Honolulu.
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