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I .o THE EVENING BULLETIN!
je 'w rom
S 2 1 1RTS! I
Now Styles in Iridescent and Colored Glass,
In Baskots, Bottlos, and Bulk.
, Now Odors, Now Styles.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
On Easy Terms.
BUILDING LOTS AT PAWAA.
This desirable property, bounded by Beretania, Punnhou and King
streets, on the town side of the McCully Homestead, is now offered for
sale. The extension of Young street passes through the land. An
artesian well on the premises supplies the purest water. The breezes
from Manoa valley render the locality extremely healthful. The property
is on the line of cars, and the Rapid Transit cars will run through or
There is no better or more refined neighborhood in Honolulu.
For terms, etc., apply to F. WUNDENBERG,
At J. A. Magoon's office, next to P. O.
Or to J. LIGHTFOOT, on the adjoining premises.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
A Splendid Consignment of Surreys, Plirctons,
Buggies, lload Carts, and Harness.
Specially Selectod for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
"W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
. FORT STREET. ABOVE ITfVrKlY
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
ALL- have their, ills.
REMEDIES MAbBJOHNP0TTIE& SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
OURE : THOSE :ILLS.
Mnn&v Its Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore
Green Lotion, great neai rig agent,
een Lotion, great neaung agcni,
Black Ointment for Horses' Feet,
Pottle Eye Salvo
Vermin Soap tor uogs, aneep, vawe, norses, anruns ana i rees.
Is only a partial list; If you don't see what you want ask
y C. W. MACFARLANE,
Aeent for the Hawalhn Islands.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
tv i m m u i i
KminHir. nnuHS. innniDi; im MUHasu
n o' h
Fino HorsoHhoeiner a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company!
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
' .Qusjn Street near Fort.
Hi!il's;Afl U UAS1SS
Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
sumoing whs lor DKin eruptions,
Electric Oils, a mild blister,
for Sore Eyes,
In tho Stomach -Drondful Hoad
aches Faco and Nock Covorod
With Bolls-Curod by Hood's Sar-aparllla-Skln
Is Now Cloar.
"I was covered with bollsallovermy face
and nock. I hud dreadful headaches and
pains In my 6toniach. I took medicines,
but was not much benefited, and I pro
cured six bottles of Hood's Bamparllla.
After taking tho first bottlo I could see an
lmprovomont. When I had taken a few
moro bottles tho bolls had all gone, my
skin was clear, my appetite returned, and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I over found such a blood puri
fier as llood's Sarsaparllla. I paid out a
good deal of money for useless medicines
before taking llood's Sarsaparllla." W. P.
Bkckwith, Uurlock, Maryland.
If yOU dCCldo to trr Tlnnri'a Raoni.l1t.
go not do induced t(
do not bo Induced to buy any other.
Is tho Best-In fact tlio One True Wood Turl
Her. He sure to net Hood's. Prlco Si, six for5.
Hnnri'c DMIc nro tho .paly Pl to take
lUJOUSFIllS with llood's Sarsaparllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RliSTAURANT.
It has to. bur waiters
trained; to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our chef
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Aleal Cafe.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tlin money .
CLOSING OUT ALL OUIt DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wholesale
fine and Lior Dealers.
Agents for tht Bottled Rtlnler Deer at Sttttlt.
No. 10 NUOANU Stiikkt
Foiter Block. llONoiuiu, Hawaiian Islands
P. O. Box i. Mulutl Telephone o8.
GONSALVES & 00., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN1
225 Queen Btreat. Honnlnlu. H i
jiBTBOPOLITAN 1AT CO.
.108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller. : : Manahpii
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Families desiring tendor
Juicy steaks and chops
cat on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo make a specialty of family trade
and soil the best at reasonable
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive vnrlofu
H. GL BTAP.T
4Q4X fort Street
Miatei Sola Water Co,, L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sit., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER A CO.,
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUAUY
HONOR FOR GEN, LAWTON
IlcndquniiPta Camp MrKlnle
Honolulu. II. I .Inn fi, 1000
To tho Editor of tho Evenlnp Dill
Ictln, Hoiioltilii, II. I.
SIV Dear Klf: At tlin tnnural (if tn.
or Geiicinl Shnfter, U. S, V., I enclose
copy of his letter asking for contrlbu-
tfntlH frnm tlin nnnnln it ftin tinln.
coast, for the bencIU of tho widow mid
cmiurcn ot me into Jinlor Ooncrn
I nlftn nnntn&n n rnn tt fililftm.t ....
ller lllst vrvplvnil frnm tlm It.n o,
mry oi war, nnnoiinclng tlio death of
General Lawton. Very truly yours,
SAMUEL, M. MILLS,
Mnjor Cth Artillery,
Headquarters Department of California,
San Francisco, Dec. 23, 1893,
Dear Sir: The Adjutant General of
tho Army 1ms appointed mo, n tho rep
resentative of tho War Department,
to receive contributions from tho peo
ple of tho Pad no Coast for the benefit
of the widow and cblldien of the Into
Maor Gcneial Henry V. Lawton, killed
In action before San Mateo, Philippine
lBlnnds. December 20, 1899, and I ic
spcctfully bollclt your nsHlstnnco in
making tho donations fiom tho coast a
Hie history of General Lawton's
miliary career Is too well known to re
quire recounting here. Ills llfo has
been one of doxotlon to the military
service, and ho fell In battle whllo de
feudllic his coimtrv'H H.'ii'
Ills widow and four cblldien will ho
ion in straitened clrctimstnuccs unless
tho mortgage covering his orange
grove at Itcdlands, C'allfoinin, bo liq
uidated. I mil confident that the patriotic and
grateful people of tlio Pacillc Coast will
respond generously to this most wor
tny object, mid that enough money will
bo raised, not only to pay tho mort
gage, but leave n substantial margin
In addition for tho use of the family.
Itcnilttnnces should bo sent to the
undersigned at Army Headquarters,
ban Francisco, which will bo acknow
ledged by letter and tliioiigli tho col
umns of tho ucwspapcis. Tho Nevada
Hank of San Francisco has been desig
nated ns the depository for the fund.
VM. It. SHAI'TF.It,
Major General, V. S. Volunteers.
GKNHUAL OIIDBKS NO. 209.
HHADCJUAHTHHS OF THH AUMY,
Adjutant Genci ill's Olllcc, Wash
ington, December 21, 1899,
Tho following order lias been re
ceived fiom the War Depnitmcnt:
Wnr Department, Washington, Decem
ber 21, 1899.
With tleep regret tho Soerctnrv of
War announces tho death on tlio field
of battle of Henry W. Lawton, major
EellOral of Vnllllltrniu nml ,ii1rt,int iiml
Inspector gencinl of tho lingular Army.
On tho lSlh of April. 1801, three days
after President Lincoln's llrst call for
volunteers In tho wnr of tho t'nlon, at
mo age or eigiitcen. no enlisted as a
private In tho 9th Indiana Volunteeis.
HO Bel'Ved With Ills iniTlmmil In II...
Held In tho Army of tho Tennesson
throughout that war, and at Its cioso
Was mustered rail, nl tlm n.. ..r i .,
ty-two, as lieutenant colonel, after be
ing bievcted colonel for gallant and
meritorious service and awarded a
medal for distinguished gallantry.
He was commissioned second litu
tennnt in tlio Regular Army on tho
28th of July, 1S(!R, and served In tho In
fantry until 18C9, then in tho cavalry
until 1SS8, and thereafter ns Inspector
general until the commencement of the
war with Spain.
Hu was icpeatedly commended In
general oideis "for vlgllanro and zeal,
rapidity and persistence of puisuit."
"for great skill, perseveranco and gal
lantry" in services on tho frontier
against hostllo Indlnns.
Upon tlio declaration of war with
Spain ho was made brigadier general,
nntl on tlio 8th of July following, major
general of oluntecrs His nomina
tion for bilgadler general of tho llegu
lar Army was determined upon nnd
was ready to bo sent to the Scnato
upon the day of his death. Ho com
manded the becond division of tho Oth
Army Corps in tho Cuban campaign,
rendering distinguished services In tho
battles before Knntlnirn nml ,. !.
quontly commanded tho Department of
Santiago and tho lth Army Corps. On
tho 18th of March, 1899. ho assumed
command of tho First division of tho
8th Armv Corns In tlm lMlii.nin ti
nnds, and remained In command of this
mviHion in practically continuous nnd
most oventful servlco In tho field until
ho fell on tho 18th of December, 1899,
pierced by an Insurgent bullet while
loading his troops near San Mateo, on
niu iniuiiu i i.uzon. tug swirt and
resistless movement of his column up
tho Illo Grnndo and across tho north
ern boundary of tho plain of central
Luzon, which hnd Just been completed,
wna tho chief factor In tho destruction
of tho Insurgent power, and was tho
crowning achievement of his arduous
Ho fell In tho fullness of his powers,
m mo joy oi conflict, in tho conscious-
nOSS Of I134lirpil lilnri' Itn lnii. .
hl3 comrades nnd his country tho mem
ory and tho example of dauntless cour
age of unsparing devotion to dutv. of
manlv elinrnrtnn nml it lilcrli n,nlll
" ---"---.. .... w. ...hi. Miiiillliuo
of command which Inspired his troops
wim inn own nmouiimuio spirit.
1 HO IiniT Will tin Tllnnml nt Imlf lnw
and thirteen mlniito guns will bo fired
at every military post and stntlon on
tho dny after tho receipt of this order,
and tho usual badges of mourning will
be worn for thirty days.
Secretary of War.
lly command of Major Goncrnl Miles:
H. C. COIU1IN,
Walt for tlin' T.n Mnnvnn lll,, c..
ply Co. calendar for 1900 which will bo
hero on noxt steamer from tho Coast.
Mr. Lo Munyon has spared no pains
- .v ...v. Mwt .tun uiuai uiuo
calendar over publlshod in tho world.
It Will 1)0 Rtrlotlv tlirnn xnln n.nnnnn
work and very olaborato, bolng dono
from Mr. Lo Munyon's own negatives.
9, 1000. jt- M
I Real Estate and Insurance,
LIITlil and FIRE
': liilAMtiE AEE4T0.
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BOSTON.
-Etna Fire Insurance Compant
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
HawiHin Sugar Stock.
Loans negotiated. Eitrn and Forelta Stocks
403 California St.,
San PrnnclHCo, Cal
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
pr We win liny or t . ileal Estate In
til pstts of tho group.
t3T Wo will Sell Properties on Heaeon.
ible Commissions i
DFFICE 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlnoso Oranlte Illtcliliis
Post, J.5 ench.
Projierty In towj.
1IOUHI-H TO TiKT.
Real Estate Transaction!-
Sabdorlbera nre fnrnlaluM wild tmm ..
tO OlX lifltfl nor vnW. nlolnn an .Mi...,.
record of all deeds, mortgages, leases, n
leases, poors of attorney, oto., oto., whicl
ire nlaond on roivir.l
labRcrlptlon l'rico. $a.00 per Monti,
A. V. GEAR,
Judd Hulldlng. Honolnln
F. W. THRUM,
.HOOM NO. 10, HPKKCKKU m.nr-ir
1'lantatlon Work u Specialty.
OHAS. J. PALK,
Meinlmr Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Hoom 301, Judd llullding.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CCTIONBKK AND BTOCK BROKM
No. 45 Qneon Btrect.
ZDert ADnrainnmnnt nf Raal
Sfltate and Furniture.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of llawtllin Stock Etching.
Mclnorny Illock, Fort Stroot.
P. E. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agent nnd Colloctor.
Llncolnjniock, - 639 King street.
A. .T. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Broker.
Member ol tht Honolulu Stock Eichtntt.
Offlco Quoon stroot, opposite Union
Ttlephoot 506. P.O. Boi J71.
JAS. F. "MORGAN,
Mtmtxi ot Honolulu Stock Eicbtntt.
Ttlephont ? p. o. Box sat,
General Manager ot
The Equitable Lire Assurance Society
0! the United States for the Hawaii
Onuytt Merchant street, Honolulu 1
and W Mi
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Hennery Co., ot
Baldwin Locomotive Worki
Philadelphia, Ponn., U. S. A.
Nowoll Universal Mill Co. (NatloaMI
Cano Shreddor),Now York, D.II
N. Ohlandt & Co"a Chomlcal FertOer
Alex. Cross & Sons, high ffra?l7
tlllzors for Cano nnd Coff.
Itced s Steam Plna Covorln.
ALSO OFFKn FOR SALE " k
i-nrauino raint Co's P. ft D PaJi
and Papers; Lucol nnd LtirM
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold water palat7.
W I to run! rnJnro '""i
Kilter Press Cloths, Cement,
mm uncus . 1
IJ ,". p'""ii"i Co.
lil yJ u c Acrlcultural Co.. lit, ,
Tht Kphda Suer Co.
Th W.l.me. Suc.r Mill Co.
Tht Kolot Actlculiurtl Co.
Tht Mton Iron Woiki, St. Lou.t Mo
Tht SundirJ OH Co. '
Tht Oto. F. (Hake Steaa Pvmtt.
Wttton'i Centrllucali. p
ZZZtI! jb,w EPF'!' j LU '"urinM Co, of BtMul
!? " ' " In. Co. of ll.riforl Com.
Tht Allltnce Anurtnct Co. of Lonin.
Agenti for the California and Orient
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin, President and Manager.
11 - iur ' w.r1 ?econa V,co rrosldealt
nAn "-.Whitney, Jr..... Treas. and Be
Geo. J. Itoss Auditor
AOBNT3 or xna
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPUTT
OF BAN FKANOIHOO. nAT
BIRWE CO., MM).,
Co.. Ilonomu Sueir Ci. W.Huku u? r" !E'
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, Pjosldontf Oeorgo H,
H-lKirtson, Manager , K. F. Bishop
T -H-uror nn.l Secretary: Col. W. I.
Allon, Audit .r; P. C. Jo, os, H WUr!
Uouso, Oeo. R. carter, Dlroctors.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers ..
laropetn and American Dry oouo
fo t and Qqeen Street.
H. HACKFELD k CO., L
GENERAL COMMISSION ABEIff.
flor. Fort and Uneen Htreeti Honolmfr
Honolulu Iron Works Co
CIIHNEnYdnnfna maern S.UQAU VA'
scr ptlon mado to ordor. Boiler work
mm mvisTBD PIPES for IrrlgaUom
purposes a specialty. Particular Sua"
tlon nald tn .mn wnnir T 7r
executed at shortest notici lepuuw
JOHN H. SOPER
U nnd Bond firoM
110 Morolinnt Stroot.
K. M. DUNCAN,
Collector and General Buil-
Ofilco 113 Kaahumnnii afrn.
Also prepared to take orders ton
filling In low lands and terrain.
Work promptly attended to. i
Is the foretaste of the wli jle day,
that and we probably spoil all."
Be sure the coffee Is good, and thatjilt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 240. t n Fort St,
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