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THE EVfiMINQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 20, 1899
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There are a number of good wheels
made. At the head
find the - - - -
Inspection and use
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.
1 E. 0. MIL k SON, Ltd,
j Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts. J
fU Columbia nnil Humbler Agents, i) 1
Clillil Hum Oier,
bovpu yonr old dnunhtf-r
tlio ilutc iIaor lu the
run ovur at tlio turn
Wnikiki road to Kinii
after tbn hand cinrert
Is'nud Sunday nftor-
nooii. tone wan not ptuiiR unlet
attention to lirr bicycle when ji
buggy, drivou by n white man,
curao nloiiR. The girl became con
fused, got neiir the borne, full mid
bud her leg run over. Luckily no
boum VtTo broken. A severe
bruifO wii8 the only result.
Q. 13. Berrey Iiuh offered $2ol)
reward to anyono who will appro
heml tho person or paranns who
imi'ieionsly injured bis hoise on
Fiiday niglit. Mr. Berrey on go.
iug to tbo stable SiitnrJay found1
tlnf somepi'iHon hid outero 1 the
ftnble nud cut two gashes in the
horso's brrnbt. ,
Tlio Collier Brutus canio in
from Guam Saturday night, She
is anchored uoar the Ongon out
side A Word to
is Sufficient &
1 herefore a hint In the
all that is necessary,
right direction Is
If ypu wish to
Ynn im tn :i mm store or ImrJivnre store:
II a suit ot ciotnes is tneuDjectot your
quest, you ro to a tailor; while If one of
the latest novels, whether It be with
Fire and SWOPCI '
Or somethlns else Is what you want, you I
feo to -ome establishment that makes the
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sale of books a specialty. r-ollowliiR out
the s.tme line of reasoning, it is safe to
affirm that he w ho makes a profession of
anvthlnc Is much better able to gise you
satisfaction than he 3io only handles
what you want 6s a slue Issue. We are
professional photographers of years of
experience, and are particularly anxious to
do the best we cm for the amateur. Come
up and have a t.ilk with us.
nooniB 2, 3 and A, Love Building.
C W.Kinney J.K.Nahaku
O A.BINETM A KER3
TURNERS AND IKDLISIirRS of all kinds ol Natlie
Woods. CALAI1AMIES In stockand to order,
Maps of Honolulu!
UNMOUNTED, 50c EACH.
M. D. MONSAARRT.
Tlio Ijitlles' Socioty o( tho Central
Union Church will nerve a Chowder
Liinclioon In tlio Church Tarlorn, on
I'oh. S'J, iSdO, from Vi to 1:80 o'ciocic.
A cordial Invitation is extended to all
Admission, 60 conta. 1118 it
file Annual Meeting of the Stockholder-
of the tnterdsland Steam Navigation Com
...111 U. V..I.I !.. AftT. nt 1.a
will ia: iiciu ai. iiic viiicc ui inc
inmpjiiy, 011 1 ucauay,
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Awcli 7th, iSog,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Honolulu, Feb. ljtli, iSoo. H4VtM6
Notice to Stockholders.
A dividend Is now payable to stock
holders of N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Ltd.,at their office, Fort street.
of the list you will
I'lr.C Sliinpr of Mnn l)lpuoII-"n(l"nir
The S. S Belgian King, Wii-o
Cointiinuler, one of the bontH of
Iho California niid'Orinutnl Steam
ship Line, arrived off port Suttir
dny night and came iu Suiulny.
'to is nt tbo Pauilio Mail wluif.
The Beluina King is 17 duvH
from Sau Dieo, this extremely
long voyage, bping duo to bad
weather and accidents. She lint a
full cargo, the? innjor part of
which is for the Orient. The
Belgian King is the fust boat of
tlio new line to call nt thin p irt.
She Bniltd from Nagasaki Decem
ber 21, and from lokolmnin on
the umht of Decomber 31. nrriv-
iUg in San Diego Jauuary 21.
The dimensions of the Belgiau
King nra nB follows: Longib,
;)85 foet; beam, -11 feet; depth,
19 0, und 337!) gross ton nnge. She
was built in Sunderland, Englaud,
years aao, aud h till then the
English flac. The Belgiau King
whs recently oE the Chateau Hue,
runuing bottveon Now York and
Bordeaux She hnd nccotumotln
tiouB for n hundred passougem,
but this room has all been used
Tlio Carlisle City, duo horc next
week from YokoUamu, and the
CnrmntheiiHuirp, now at Hong
kong belong to the Snn Diego
The ollicera of the Belgian King
are nq follows: Captain, Thomas
L Weite; chief officer, G C Cole:
second officer, H Bradbury; third
,, r.i -r i - ..
oiucor, r luaxuoiti; pnrsor, llas
torffon. There mo four oncinpers
w;th Mr V()1UH aH ohloti Cllptaiu
Weisi has bpon in command of
tu" belgiau King for tho past four
years and Chief Officer Coloa Iihh
occupied his ptesent position
tuo past turoo years. C'npt in
Woisa has n wondorfuj history as
a Eea captain, and has' the credit
of saving 97G lives within the pa9t
fourteeu yoare. During that timo
tbo vessols be has commanded
I have boen awarded prizes amount
ing to over 3100,000, of which his
own lOQumoration was about
l.ICAHKS AT IIILO.
Hiiliitantlrtl Ilallilln'zs of Fireproof
.Miil-rlM la Ha Krcctnd
Chief Olerk Hansinger sold by
public auction at noon tbo follow
inc leases of government land at
Hilo. They aro for thirty years
and it is required, in tho first two
cases, that substantial buildings
of brick, stono or metal bo erected
on the lots:
Lot 21, J. G. Serrao, S4G0 per
Lot '22, H. S. Pratt, $310 per
lioth lota aro in Bhipman stroot,
I near v lont, running DacK-fo a
resorvntion for a new street. Tlio
, upeot rontal was S2C0
Beach lot, Makaoku, O. B.
Brown, $25 por annum, tho upset
rental. Tbo use of tbo premiatB
is restricted to that of a privato
bathing place, and the leuso is
torminablo at thirty days' notico
by tbo Minister of tho Iutorior.
Jack Thompson Ajxuln.
Jack Thompson got out of jail
but h hhort timo ego nud now ho
is in trouble again. Yesterday bo
was arreeted oy Detective Kaapa
on 1 ho cbargo of larceny in tbo
second drgroe. Iu the Police
Couit tbia morning,- this case was
nolle proi'd and tho ohargo of vng
this to X
VhrtSa''''- ' ' column vill be Interltd at ifeenli
UX almefirit Iniertion; to etnlt iecondner
lion; yo etnlt a uA and fvenli a monlb. 1th It Ibi
ebeapeit aJvtrltting ever offered Ibi people of Honolulu.
WG WANT YOU TO IIAVU a West Disinfecting
Machine put In your ctnset or cesspool, and
live sickness. California I eed Co.,Actnls. 10(9
UASTrF-Torurcru.elorcavh, USED HAWA
W AN POSTMil. STAMPS, 10 ot t-achalur.
M.DAVIS, 8; Shuter St., .Montreal, Canada m6-tm
WANTED-sTveral SMALL UOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenccr Service, corner King and
Alikea streets. loovtf
WANTED joo Men to Ret Shaved for ) cents, at
610H Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
ioji-M II. JLFI S. Proprietor.
TllE7UnLTCToli!NOW that the St Louis CoU
lege, St Andrew Priory, Oahu Prison, Oihu
Intane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeum with (Jreat success. California
Feed Co , Agents 1069
COTTAGE TOR KENT Tour-room cotnee on
Youns street, near Sam Parker's for rent from
1808. for six months, furnished or unfur-
Apr'y on premises, Telephone 6S7. 1145
WU RENT the West DISINrECTIWiMACIIINrS
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069
COR SALr-4 lots at Maklkl. by GEO. I
1 Inquire at Pupular, Fort street it)
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMtNI-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred tj the thoroughbred sire of the
W. O. Irwin dairy. 1 or further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfnrlane. nji-tf
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
orJer. Apply to II. G. Blart. Fort St. noflf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedtl Ilass REED ORGAN
SuttabU for charel or residence.
Music Co . Tort street.
REST ascent meal In town.
Trv It and be con-
Llni's Excelsior Restaurant. I04r.
HOARD AND ROOMS.
OOARI) WITH NICb
U 50a Berit-tnla trect
FOUND Pouch containing tllcvcle nuiflt Otner
can hive sime by calling at ths Eenlng Dulletln
office and paying expenses. list
1 OST A WHITE I EHER UO on the road to
I- M11111al.ua last Sunday. Please nliirn 1 1 this
office and rcccUe reward. H36tl
I OST AGOI.nPINlthntAMONn Intheren.
L ter; beteen Walkalululu Urldge and Alapal St.
Rtturn to this olficr. no8'am
DASS-nOOK LOST.-Pass Hook out. In favor
T of Wm Craford. has bei-n lost. UnJer will
receive suitable reward bv leavlnir same at the office
of the IIAWA1IAN-CIIINLSU rxLWS. Iioi-tl
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting .Mi
dlines Inynurhouses. Chloro-Naplholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Ficd Co .
Notice Is hcrebv given that the undersigned has
this day bought all the interest of Lum Ah On In the
tirm nl Kwung Wo Lung of Lihlm. Maul. All ac
counts due to the firm are to be paid to the under
signed, and all claims against said firm will be
lUt.eJ by the undersigned. "
I UM TUCK CIIOXG
Lahlna. Maul, Feb nth. iS. ii4o-t
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below .Merchant, Honolulu.
ME Lion ANT : TA1LOH.
UirSulls guaranteed to Tit and In latest styles.
Clothing made to order; Uniforms a specialty.
Cloth;s cleaned and repaired at reasonable rates.
For the arrest and conviction of the
party or parties that wilfully anJ mali
ciously cut an J slashed my carriage horse
Friday niglit, February 17th, 1809.
H40-U Q. H. BERREY.
The Home Bakery Cafe
Re-open To-morrow, Tuesday,
February 31. iHqq.
U. S. Snlisistence Department.
Proposals for Fresh
Beef and Mutton.
Gedge Cottage, Honolulu, H. 1., U.S. A.,
i-eDruary iein, 1809,
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be re
ceived at the office until 11 o'clock a.m..
February 28th, 1809, and then opened for
furnishing the fresh beef and mutton in
bulk, 15,000 pounds, more or less, required
at this station by the Subslstance Depart-1
ment, U. S. Army, during the period com
mencing March 1st, 1899, and ending March
31st, 1899. Fresh beef shall be good In
quality and condition fit for Immediate use,
and from fore and hind quartermeats propor
tionately, including all the best cuts thereof.
Fresh Mutton shall be of good and
marketable quality, from wethers over one,
and under three years old. Beef and mut
ton to be dressed, andelivered as described
In circular Instructions, Proposals will
also be received stating price at which bid
der wl)l deliver fresh beef or mutton, of
character above stated, and to be delivered
of temperature not greater than 50 degrees
Fahrenheit. Government reserves right
to reject In whole or In part anyorall bids.
Instructions furnished on application at
PHILIP M. LYDIG,
Captain and Com. U. S. Vols., Chief
and Purchasing Commissary.
.CMMi, fjtin ffiifliifti
For additional Shipping Newt sea seventh pa e,
Diamond Head 8It?nnl Station, Feb
'20, 1 p in Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Feb 20.
Temperature Morning lulnlnmm,
0(1; Midday maxlniuin, 80.
(Darometer corrected for gravity .oS )
Barometer, 0 a iu, 30.03 steady.
nalnfnll, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a in 01 percent.
Dow Point Oil 1
Saturday, Feb, 18.
U S Collier Druttt", Cottumn, from
llrltlik Iuverniark, Philip, 114 days
from Liverpool; 11)00 totes beer, Iron
and canned gixxls anil 700 bales cotton
Jlrlt Htmr Uolglati Klnjr, Weiss, 17
tlaya from Han Hlcuo; 21,000 pkXH
Stmr Twalani, arejrory, from Laha
Ina; 6020 bags sugar for II llnckfeld
Rtmr Klnaii, Clarke, from Maul
ami Hawaii; 410 hairs epuda, 20 bags
corn, 175 Itdis hides, 370 head sheep, 2t
head cattle, 10 lambs, 2 5 pkgs sun
dries. Sunday, Feb 10.
Stmr Xoeau, PederHcn, from Lalia
Inn; 3SI bags sugar for II (lackfold
Stmr James Makcc. Tullctt. from
Kapaa; 2000 hags sugar for IJrewer &
Am schr Itepcat, Olsen, from Alter
tleen; 2100 pen rough tiiinlicr, 10,000
pestlresseil lumber, 500 belts shingles,
7(H) belts lath to Oahu 1) and L Co.
Sttnr Claudino, Cameron, from
Maul; 811 hags sugar, 202 bags pota
toes, 81 hags corn, 1 In hides, 22 hogs,
10) pkgs sundries. -
Stmr W O Hull, Ilaglund, from
Kauai: GlO bags sugar for II llnckfeld
Monday, Feb 20.
Am schr Vine, Small, front Eureka;
5C27 pesiallroatl ties, 5(1 bills shin
gles ami 2117 ties.
Saturday, Feb 18.
UrltSS Coptic, tiealby, for Yoke
Am lik St ICntherlue, Matthews, for
Sunday, Feb 10.
U S S Centennial, Pierce, for Ma
nila. Am liKtne W O Irwin. "Willlms. for
Monday, Feb 20.
Stmr Noeau, Pedersen, for IIouo
kaa and Kukuilmclc. '
Stmr .lames Makee, Tullctt, for
Kapaa at I p 111.
Stmr Kcauhou, Mohcr, for Lalia
I11.1 anil Kanuaiiall nt 4 p in.
Stmr Kilauea Iltiu, .Mitchell, for
lIouDblua, Hakalau, and Ilonomu
at 4 p m.
Stmr Lubua, Bennett, for Molokai
and Laual at 5 p m.
VLISSHLS LKAVINO TOMOMIOW.
Stmr "V O Hull, Ilaglund, for usual
Kauai ports at 5 p 111.
Stmr Claudiue, Cameron, for Maul
ports, nt 5 p 111.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at .'! 111.
O & O S S Australia, Houdlottc, for
San Francisco at 4 p in.
Tho Centennial continued on
her trip to tho Oriout Sunday.
The V G Irwin sailed for San
Francisco with n full cargo of
H It Venus ot tbo Belgian King
was o tho Annie Larson for
fonrb- 11 years.
Tl slight delay of tho Coptic
in uettiog away for China and
Japan Sunday wnB duo to tho fact
that tbo rejected (Jbinnmeu in
quarantine could not bo gotten
nbonrd at 2 o'clock.
The Aorangi arrived in port this
morning. Purser Mason reports'
The II M S Aorangi, Campbell
Hop worth commander, left Van
convor at 7am on Saturday the
11th Feb for Viotoiio, B C. to
complete loading aud to await tho
urxivai ui iuo muii-i nero, wnicu,
owing to bad weatbor on tho At
lantic and interruptions on tho O
P It, were delayed threo days.
Arrived at Victoria nt 12:40 p m
samo day and received mail nt 10
p m Sunday the 12th inst. Left
at 11:20 p m and cleared tho
Straits of Juan do Faca at 3;!it) a
m. Thick rainy weather was ex
perienced aad a strong head wind,
which increased to a strong galo
from tbo S S W, accompaniod by
high bead saas, which necessitated
the ship's speod being reduced
until 4araon tho lllh met wbon
wind and sea, moderated. Tbo
wind again fresbonod to a Btroug
breeze from tho o W on the lGth
inst which coutinued until tbo
morning of tho 18th
inst. Thence to port, fresh E E
trades have been experienced.
Passed and exohaugod night eig
nals with tho company's It M 8
Miowera at 2:40 a m on tho I8tb
From Vancouver and Victoria,
por O ASS Aorangi, Fob 20-
Mrs U A Honors, Miss E Jj ltog
ers, Mrs P L Foster, B N Foster,
R E Fakswedin, J O Young,
UAItNARD On Sunday, February
12, at Laupaboeboe, to tho wife of
' Hon. E. W. Barnard.
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 ft good because Its styles arc not only tasty, but desirable and
serviceable. GOOD because Its assortment Is varied and complete.
GOOD because It shows full, hon:st 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 nt any place
where you will receive better returns than examining our superb
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
SlGX OF TUB Bid SlIOK,
It Port streoh
-33 Queen Street
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of ,
a rower of sale contained in two certain
mortgages made by Anhe.i Kekauluohl,
D. Lokana Keku her husband and L. H.
Walbinano, otherwise known as L. Ii.
Waihlnalo, all of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, to Joseph AlarsJen of said Honolulu,
the first dated the zoth day of Julv. 1807.
and recorded in the office of the Registrar
of Conveyances in said Honolulu in Liber
171, on folios 88i)0, and the second dated
the 23rd day of March. 189S. and recorded
In the office of the said Registrar, in liber
180, on the folios 304-5, the said Joseph
Marsden, Mortgagee, intends to foreclose
said mortgages for a breach of the condi
tions in said mortgages contained, to
wit; the non-payment of the interest when
Notice Is also hereby given that all and
singular the lands, tenements and here
ditaments in said mortgages contained
and described will be sold at public
auction at the auction rooms of James F.
Morgan on Queen Street In said Honolulu
on Monday, the 27th day of February,
A. D. 1899, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgages Is thus
described, namely: All that certain piece
or parcel of land situate on the west cor
ner of King and Punchbowl streets in said
Honolulu, being the the premises described
In Land Commission Award No. 11212 to
M. Kekuanaoa and that were conveyed to
the said L. B. Walbinano by Waihinano by
In the office of the said Registrar in Liber
20,011 tollo 350, and by the said L. U.
Walbinano conveyed to the said Auhea
Kehauluohl bv deed dated Julv 28. 1807.
and recorded In the office of the Registrar
in Liber 172 on 10110s 147-8, mid bounded
and described as follows: Commence at
the corner of King and Punchbowl streets
and run N. 53 deg. W. 1 chain jfi 2-12 feet
along King street; thence S. 42 dec. W.
1 chain 62 feet along Road of
Kuluwallahua; thence S. 21 deg. E. 1
chain 29 8-12 feet along the bouses of
Hakauj thence N. 50JJ deg. E. i)i chains
along Punchbowl Street to place of com
mencement, containing an area of 435
Terms Cash. Deeds at e.pense of pur
chaser. JOSEPH MARSDEN,
For further particulars apply to
MONSARRAT & WEBER,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, February 3, 1899.
75 x 14. facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
WILL E. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
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J. r. POST ,
In New Role.
A Western Border Drama,
A Dead fitness!
IISS LOUISE LLEffEIffi
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
TO-NIGHT, FEB. 20.
Comer Alakea and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
"Roaorvctl Oliairs, 23o.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
above the corner of Fo.rt and Bere
No. 310 Fort SI.
1. Farm at llamakua $ 7)a
9. 4 Lois at Maklkl , J 5
. ti acres land near town..... i"
4. M acre of Ian4 center ol town..... 4i3
6. A 4o.room LoJcInc House, u-year lease. 5,000
sM ii ., . '"T
7. Large iui at maiKiKi .w,vw.
8. its acres coffee land, Kona 3ooa
0. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, M planted.... 6,000
10, Lot H acre near town.... ,5
11. Corner lot center of town 0,500
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolllcc Lane, - Honolulu.