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THE EVENING I1ULLI3TIN: HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, JANU.UIY 3, lifl.
Br ' ''
Honolulu Drug Co,,
HEACQUARTERS FOR DISINFECTANTS:
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
The Harness Factory
And Office of : : :
C. R. COLLINS
IS SITKA THU IN THI: ....
Lincoln block, King street,
Any orders entrusted to ine will receive prompt attention. Orders
already booked vil! be delivered from there.
C. R. COLLINS,
Largest Manufacturer o? Harness
and Horse Goods in the Islands.
Telephone No. 502. P. O. Box No. 507.
Will be mid very freely for the nsxt f or S in inths so we w ih jr.iIii
to tail the nttentloi of all mill men and users of machinery to our TROPIC
LUBKICA I ING OILS. I;or years tl.ls brand lus been used on these Isl
ands and each seisin the demand has Increased so that this year we have
Ihd to build a special oil warehouse it Knlnako to hold the hundreds of
barrels of oils we have to carry In stock. Tropic Cylinder, Engine, Ma
chine, Dynamo and Carbox Oils are the ones yon want If vou want every
thing to run smoothly.
Benton Boiler Compounds...
This compound is entirely vegetable, c:ntalns no oil or acid, it being a
111iur.1l preservative for Iron or steel. It rots the scale In the boiler and
uridually cleans sunt. After the boiler becomes clean, the Compound, If
u'd according to direction, will keep the scale forming properties of the
water in the form of solution or pendent, and the boiler can be kept clean,
and the scale formln? properties of stld water can be blown out in tiie form
of mud. It Is a great siverof fuel as It will clean and keep clean any
boiler. Let us send you a banel on trial, no pay If not satisfactory.
Packings, Waste, Compounds, Engineers' tools and supplies of all klriils.
E. 0. HALL
Oor. "FVvrf mid TCrnar fits.
Th e Bulletin can satify
all your WAIN lb. it nas
established a WANK
Cheaper Than Dirt
They are for the People,
tor Housekeepers, we can fill'tfW
sSTyour rooms; losers of proper-"
jSTty, we can find it; owners"
8S?of articles desiring to ex-"a
8change them, we can do it.
WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
rii it Procession
AND GET IK
a Panfl Wagon !
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
& SON, Ltd
The lcw Aurn-Truck.
Tln Now York Auto-Truck Com
pany J ttist truck Is ready for business.
The platform of tho truck stands nbout
four feet from tho ground. Tho steer
ing Is dono from :i wheel lu front of
tho driver's seat. Tho power and speed
aro controlled by two lovers operated
by tbj driver's feet.
Tho compressed air cylinders nro In
front of tho rear wheels and tho driv
ing mechanism Is under the body of
tho truck. Tho truck weighs eight
tons, can carry ten tons, and Its speed
Is nine miles an hour. New York
SEASON Oi- GRAND AND COMIC
Boston Lyric Opera Co,
WEEK OF JANUARY 1st, toco.
Wednesday & Thursday, "MARTHA."
Friday, Saturday & Saturday Matinee,
Popular Prices, 50c, , 73c, itnd $1.
Smoking strictly prohibited during
ths present opera season.
Telephone No. 540.
Box Office open at 10 a. m.
fflrfi. In 111 column mil H tnlttltJ H ifttnii
Han, toctnha tttck anJ toctnti a month, TbUtilbt
catattit adxtrliuttt vcr offcrea lot pccfU of Honolulu,
LUST Small Sirrei Mire. Su.lablo truant if re
lutneJ in It I5 Iktteinun shop, Kihr ttt,
1 1 S-ter t Walklkl. I4i8'tf
I UT n sunJay mt l)ik Coat foi.tilnlnR
L. loiter .-ilirpMel In I rank I10V. th loetaphef.
' mj.t all! ttrtivt vilnhlt teaatJ on tttuimn ih
aire 1 1 the nflic ol the tloitJ nl tiolatti mt'li
WAXrED-A CI .nivr Apply to J bMttLLUni
ft k.U., ait'Si? King Mrtti, I4H
WKNTEP-A rood, mcreettc liOY. AfP'v at
this otfee. ut
YOUMj MAN wants ltllun of ny kin.l J
dic II. Il HuUrtin. 14 M tw
yOUM! Man an s ctieip, I utnlihet Riom. AJ-
ittm "A Z ihUcfllce iiii'H
POSITION WANTbn-Ci.rlcal work tttratcd
I tp.aK I tlucuesr, Spanish ti.J fcne'hh II itnih
line Ktnetal mcr at III kmmleJjt anJ mp'r let
vrritces. NoobjfCtlon tn.Manianr any of the I.I
,.nJs AJJrxsrNIKQP If n i ll'l ..
UANTED Mtn to know tint thtycan thav4
v by a white batbtr tot 15 icn.s at II. JLH S
6iq!-4 f'Qft stffei, opp. Club Stablet tioq-lf
WRITINO AND ACCOUNTING flONE nrcuraie
ly, noJctate tales. MR. MUM, cafe People's
Express To nt ieni.ai QeHvrtv I' O , o'.M
pOMPbTtN T ttbKMAN tilKL WaMtU lui
- Cenetal housework anJ care ot children. Refer
ences tequlre J Apply O M.. Hullelln nflice 1 6q
FilH hrtu rt ).6 iii.l va,!.., ICVtf Ibl,
back, with wide ancle Aforrlson lens. Inqui t it
FUR JiAlL A fine high-cade upright PIANC
attnn4 ew. must b sl I a 1 anv pr'c AdJr
J I t 0 U ., '
FOR SALE .$60 Cleveta id bic,il tor jo. Appi
II. OSSIO, UULU TIN office, ttoi-iw
FOR SALE 300 lle fit lurktys anJ )collefai
Roosters, rrlv to hi JtlUercJ In any partot
the city. J. N. WHI ,HT,
Telephone 85c t4ot-a
PR SALti CHbAP, t second-hind phieton, 1
xcund'hand Ron, t second-hsnd bucy
Apply to F h. VIDA at Union Fcd Co.
COR SsLE-LAND IN ALL PARTS OP Tilt
CITY HvJ M WAS. ..o.
TOR SAlE ULAUIIHUl riOtlc IN nUUA.Mi
VALLEY Addressll.mu.PO .,.1
FOR SALE A hctv COTTAGE of eight ro-jmsanJ
bath: ctounds nicely tild out, stable and out
On lot rj x in: water laid on; omimtnl.ll treri
etc One corner tot, ?$ x 115
All on College street. For further particular
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the F. ..'
TO LET j New Cottages al Punahou, neiny com
rletrd, teady to occupy January 1st. 1000.
Several Cottaces on Kins not far from toun 01
car line. " t
A Residence at Walklklon tie beach. Immedlat.
possession Rhen Apply to
No. Iln Fm .rr
FURNISHED ROOM-Only Jo a month. Private
Ijinlly, uu Vineyard street, ) doors.Qucen Hotel
1 joi- tm
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fott St. Ucst
rooms and attendance In city. 1111
ti 33 Queen Stree
THIS SPACE RESERVED
.IAS. F. MORGAN.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cento per
hit aja tionai nlppmg ews r, seventh page
Weather Diircnti, I'tiunhou, Jnn. 3.
Tcinpoiaturo Atoinlnb minimum, CO
Midday mnxlmuin, 79.
Uaromcter nt 9 n. m. S0.01. lrrcgu
Inr. Hnlnfall .0.
Dew Point 57 P.
Humidity ut 9 n. m. C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan.
i. Weather Clear; wind light 9. W.
Tuesday, Jnn. 2.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Moloknl,
Maul and Hawaii at G o'clock.
Stmr. Lohua, Dower, for Kntinnknl
nml Alownltt nt C o'clock.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEItNOON.
Stmr. Cluudlnc, Cameron, for Maul
at fi o'clock.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Knmnlo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wallau, Pelckunu and
Kulaiipapa nt C o'clock.
btmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for I.nhnl
11:1 nml Kannnpall at 4 p. m.
Stmr. ivo Au Hou, Mosher, for Kl-
luuea ami Anaholn nt 4 p. tn.
Stmr. v. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Nnwlltwlll, Kolon, Etcolo and Hann
pepe nt 6 o'clock.
Tlie I.iirI ICItiK.
In ottlen times, wlu-it IJuropenu UIiiri
tvpre plentiful, It wits not nit exception
al occurrence for n kin;; to (lls.ipponr
nml net cr bo lio.iul of again. In icceii:
llines, however. Hie people have been
luoie careful of their Icings. So uIicmi
KlngScbnsllnuof Portugal dlsappcaretl
In battle July 20. 1S78, while lighting
the Moors nt Alrnrnr, there was great
commotion. The Moors fitirrcntlcied to
the roitiiRiicfiO n body wild to bo that
of (le king, but It viih ninioicil Hint
the Moors bail (lie live king In custody.
The sin reudercil body was burled with
royal honors nt Ilelctn. but the faithful
Portuguese peislsted In waiting for the
return or their king. Tjong aflcr lie
woultl have dletl In (lie1 course of na
ture bis countrymen longingly .1 walled
Ills coming, f.u'ii up to this tiny Hie
legend of the lelurii of King Sebastian
s belleu'd .by many, mid on stormy
Ights credulous I'oittiKtiese citizens
- 111 wrap their cloaks about llieui nml
outside mill watch the storm, think
ug that the I. lug may appear In a
Imitl of flie nml again ntl" over hl4
N't, I'll I'nr .fiitititir,
'erne hive,, .lohnn.v! I'm going to
you a piece of"
Oh. timnmit U It 1,-ui in or cilitnid
"How il.ire' 011 Inlei nipt me, John
ly? Come lieie! I'm gtilng to give
ou n piece if nih ice " -( bieagti New
All IllK I'lillll.
Thu ink plant nl New (irru.idn 1 t.
I'tirloilty The jmeenf it villi lu iim-i!
,is Ink wltiiont mij pn ur.it Um Al
Ihvt the wii; n I' ii tl bnt aftoi ti f .
hours it clmitriw tu ldiu.1;
TIIU UACHHLOR'S RESOLUTION
(Thomaavlllo, Oa., Etitcrprl.se.)
Roturnlng homo at close of day,
Who gontly chides my long delay.
And by my aldo delights to stay?
Who seta for mo tho easy chair,
Spreads out tho papor3 with such care,
And laytj my slippers ready there?
When plunged In deep and dire dis
tress, When anxious cares my heart oppress,
Who whispers hopes of happlncs3?
When sickness cornea and sorrow
And grief distracts my fevered brain,
Who sympathizes with my pain?
Dut I'm resolved, so help mo fato,
To chango at onco my slnglo state,
At Hymen's altar I will mate
Sho was bred in old Kentucky,
In Virginia sho was dough,
Sho was pie both mince and pumpkin
In tho Stato of Idaho.
Sho was pot and stow in Hllo,
una was beefsteak in Now York,
While in Chicago city,
Sho was known as pickled pork,
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's arfny-ol invasion derive
from this diy at Hoi olulu." From
O . o Manila
HE KNEW THE SEX.
"I understand you havo consontcd to
your daughter's marrlago to that
young Swiftpace," sad tho old frlond.
"I havo," replied tho fathor.
"I guess you don't know tho young
man," suggested the old frlond, point
edly. "On tho contrary, I know all about
him," answered tho father, "and I also
know all about my daughter and a
few other things about tho sex in gon
eral. It I had refused my consent ten
to ana sho would have married him
anyway, but, having given it, the odds
nro easily ten to live that sho will tiro
of him and throw him over beforo
they'vo even set tho day for tho wed
ding." Chicago Post.
On To Manila, a complete hi'
tory of the Philippine campaign
handled inclusively by the BULLI
Tho committee nppolnleo by tho
iloartl of Health to chooso n slto for a
quarantine banacks picseiited the fol
lowing report to tho Ltoatd of Health
yesterday nftcr duo Investigation of
nrloii3 places In Knllhl and I wild:
To the Doard of Health,
Gentlemen: Your committee to
whom wns lcfcrrcd the bubject of In
specting nutl reporting upon a sultnblo
locality for n detention camp or camps
at which people from infected localities
can bo disinfected and detained until
tho period of incubation is past, report
that they have examined several differ
ent localities, and recommend n plcco
of land nt Kallhl-knl, on tho beach
dlicctly makul of tho Kiimchamcha
Distance. It Is half a mile from
King street, with n fair road leading
Owncishlp. It belongs to tho Dlshop
Estate, Is unoccupied niul Is Immedi
ately nvnllnblc at n rental of $30 per
aero per annum.
Sanitary Condition. Tho sanitary
condition Is perfect. Tho lot slopes to
tno sen wmi it rail of niiout 1V4 feet In
the hundred. Tho land Is composed
of coral rock 11 ml loam, tuiri Is covered
with n line gtowth of nlgeroba.
Water. For drinking and cooking
purposes can bo obtained through a
connecting pipe at King dticet.
The committee recommend that In
stead of earth closets or privies, all
closets and wash houses bo built direct
ly over a flume, through which n
stream of water shall bu kept flowing
dlrectto the tlecp sen. A gasoline pump
and sea water can be temporarily used
for this purpose and in thn eourso of
n week or so wiitcr from the nrteslan
well being bored for the Government
will bo available; and finally water can
bo obtained from a well drilled on the
site. There Is deep water only a few
hundred feet from shore into which all
drainage can bo elliptic, 1.
Area. Any dcslretl nre.i Ir, available.
The- railroad cuts off niul naturally
(lit Ides a lot of aires which will be
Additional advantages of this lot arc
that the railroad passo directly
through It, and Hint it la -vnllielyt se
cluded and upait from tho Inhabited
pait of the city, although within a mllo
and a halt of the postofllcc.
L. A. THUnSTON.
C. 1). UIPLEY,
This lepoit wns approved, the road
supci visor Immediately nolifled to put
In order the road fiom King streot to
the slto of tho camp and the Superin
tendent of tho Water Works ordered to
put 11 two-inch pipe nlong this
thoroughfare. C. It. Wilson was ap
pointed superintendent of tho quaran
The Evening Iitillctln, 75 cents per
Pacific Import Co.
SPECIAL 10WEL SALE!
We have Just opened one of
the largest shipments of Turkish
Towels ever received by any one
house in Honolulu. Our own im
portation direct from the loom.
Our prices on Towels are the
lowest, and we offer great values
for TEN DAYS only.
Boarding Houses, Hotels and
Bathing Places we can supply
with any quantity, and special
prices will be made.
250 cIoztESSK. 121c ,toaSS."6e
150 doz Tow1i'88St 20c
100 doz TSwpek.!f
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
Bubonic Plnfitic Record.
Dee. 12, 189!) You Choug, malo Chin
ese, nged 22, Wing Wo Tni'a store,
Dec. 12. Chliig Wy Now, malo Chin
ese, aged tn, Aid's store, Nuunnit
Dec. 12. Yak Hoy, malo Chinese,
nged 40, next Louvro saloon, Nuuantt
Dec. 12. Tarn Kwock. Yeo, male
Chinese, nged 44, Mnunakca street.
Dec. 12. Nakannlla, malo South Ben
Islander, nged 27, Queen stroot near
Dec. II. Maria Hllo, fcraato Hawa
iian, aged 28, Pnuahl and Nuunnii
Dec. 18. Ethel Johnson, female Nor
wegian, nged 14, Iwllel.
Dec. 25. Chong Mow Dow, male
Chinese, aged 21, Pawna.
Dec. 25. Ah Pong, malo Chinese,
nged 27, Pnlama near Ah In's rtco mill.
Dec. 27. Chan Tal Chung male
Chinese, aged 18, Palama outsldo Ckin
Dec. 27. Ko Chung, malo Chinese,
nged 30, Mnunakca street (brought to
office Doard of Health.)
Dec. 27. Takcda Shoglro, malo Jap
anese, Smith street, Kalcaako hospital.
Dee. 2S. Mnnuklnrf, mnlo Hawaiian,
nged 17, Kalla near Board of Health
Quan You Qitnn, mnlo Chinese, nged
25, King street near Kapuukolo.
Dec. 31. Ah l'ow, malo Chinese,
aged 34, Nuuanu street, opposite
Jon. 1, 1900. Wong Hlng, male
Chinese, nged 34, 21G'.A Maunaken
This makes sixteen cases of the
black plaguo from Dec. 12 to Jan. 1.
With tho exception of Takcda Shoglro,
tho Japanese, all have been fatal.
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty' subjects of the very
110 Hotel sireet.
By order of the Board of Health, all the
Judicial DMrict of the City of Honolulu,
Is hereby placed In strict qairantlne, and
all persons are forbidden to leave the Dis
trict without permission of the Board of
Health. All persons outside of the Dis
trict are forbidden to harbor any person
comhiR from the District without the per
mission of the Board of Health.
Dated, Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 3, 1000.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Ui8-3t President Board of Health.
," Regular price
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