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TtlR BVtSMNQ HtHihKTlNi HONOLULU, II, lit SATUMbAY, DHCBMHRN
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Sltfitf-frtf-CifiCI I2x 12MHU THOMPSON,
SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
For Sale by Everybody !
For New Years !
"Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALB BY
Lewis & CO.
WE ARE SOLE
O W Villa Villa
A Choice Selection suitable for the Holiday
Trade. Treat your best fellow to a nice box, so
he can smoke and think kindly of a fair giver.
BISHOP & CO'S, Celebrated Los Angeles. California,
Spiced Peaches, Spiced Pears, Spiced Quinces, Preserves, Jams and Jellle3. Also Buffet
Preserves, Crystallized Fruits, Etc.
P.O. Box 407.
y ttttttttttHttttttt i in 1 1 1 !
A few of these Beautiful
OF ALL KINDS,
Wash Silks, Silk Cord, Pillow Covers,
Table Cloths, Etc.
J1Y STOCK OF FANCY WORK INCLUDES
BURNT LEATHER, BURNT WOOD, a large assortment
of Sofa Pillows, Fine Embroidered Linens, Slippers, Baby
Pillows, Pin-cushions, Toilet Sets, and many other
Mrs. H. H. Williams,
Port St., above Hotel.
City Furniture Store.
Art Embroidery Taught. Stamping Done.
X i m i i1 mi i
AHappy New Year
Will be assured
of a nice piece
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pine jewelry for tub holidays in all
the latlst styles of brooches,
Rings, chains, Watches, ltc. : : : :
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH HUHCHAJCS.
i : : Please Favor me with a Call. : : :
M. F LUCAS. Jowolor.
. f 3(, Hotul
For the Holidays, an Elegant Assortment of BON
BONS, the finest ever imported to these Islands. See the
display in our windows. All prices.
Name on Every Piece.
Fresh from the Factor, a Choice Lot of Lowncy's
Chocolate Candies. Just the thing for one's best girl ;
thev are wholesome.
Sanchez Y Haya,
Choice Hnvann GlKutrs
Key West. Clear Havana Cigars. A new brand
especially imported for our trade.
AGENTS FOR THESE BRANDS
Flor De Cuba
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Fancy Work !
Goods are still on sale.
by a present
Glace Fruits, Smyrna Figs, Raisins,
Nuts, Aince Meat, Cranberries, Plum'
Pudding, Citron, Lemon and Orange
Peel, Dates, Marron Glace and Crystaliz
ed Apricots, Stuffed Prunes.
Three Telephones, 240, 240, 240
Jas. F. Morgan
-OS Queen Street
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 3, INI
AT U O'CLOCK NOON.
At the premises, Punchbowl street, be
low Queen street, I will sell at public auc
tion alt the WOODEN BUILDINGS and
SHLDS In the RELIEF CAMP.
There are fourtwo-story buildings, about
25x47 feet each.
One building, 26x51 ; one building, nx
30 ; one two-story building, 21x60, and
TfcR.MS-CASU. Tenants to have ten
days from date of sale for removal, and
buildings to be removed within thirty
days from date of sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Friday, Jan. i, 1901,
ATjl2 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, VINEYARD STREET
between River and Llllha Streets, I will
sell at Public Auction:
Five twostory wooden1 buildings, ,20x40.
One one-siory wooden building, 20x33.
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x16
One one-story .wooden building, 20x33.
One two-story wooden building, 24x50.
Several sheds and washhouses.
Bulldlnes to be removed within thirty
days from date of sale.
Tenants to have ten days from date
of sale for removal.
Jas. F. Morgan,
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fern ft. M tU r, ft ttnlt lu-9 I.
mi M ' 9i mntt, lhl tlth tltHt 4tf
MOT ICE All ruont owing m nr rtqimttJ to
11 rr In full of In ttrt.
ittf-iw DM, NOftUTT.
I KtCI'ARrCOHD of Emy F.Hoyf inj III
1 ufptv NMil' tUlp ont. PfKlitff month, r with
R. W. Atttintun, Room n. Mifonn Dullilnf, Mer
BARGAINS IN JEWEmY-ymi ran g Ihcmi.
M V, LLCAS, to) Hottl St. l"n tntttvtog
ant tntmMng Ann. iWt
OTICE TO BUIIDERS-Th. Onion Eapress Co
mi wimc .lAffu iuw t.r t ur
U.'ANTED-j.rMonm Hiwm inJ blli, lurnWi
,Y f J n; unli.inlihJ Will riy Cih lor luf
Mlurt. 'fmiMJUU, Hlltl.bTIN Otf.c.
YOUNG MAN. ilf!wiri.!ir in (rr.wlllfr, l
met. AJJr.M"A N." llullftlnOnc
WIIITE HELP Alklnon, Magoon UulMlng.
CITUATIONS ALWAYS VACANT, Sin AIK'N-
J ON' Stl TCT EMPLOYMtlT UUMAU. VAClOOn.
UANTED-WATCIICSi rtpilrtv tlt, M )
' ' yti ;p.ri.nc. Joi rKtlv.l a fint I n tf
nwtll'n. O. DIET. 41, Nuu.miSt irot-tf
UANTEIV-A j-nunjmri wltk r'rlKr inf.uil
" Eioc.ry tu.lne to work lor a 1 jrj nrm with
eooj pro.ptt ol alvanctmtnt. Mut t wtll r
comw.nJtJ AJJrrti A. B . at ihlt offict. ttoi-tl
rANrrD-FNGRWINO AND ENAMELING.
m r. LUA. m mot.i m. tff,t
tD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clou Cot-
ion wagi. rrriy ai uuii.im umca. , sflo-if
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM-
w.i.ia .Ti.j n in. .n.11 only iry nil
tamout Ham and Err Sandwlcti.. ant Coffaa. Cor
Nuuanu and lltta' attain. WM. LUCAS, Prorrlttor.
COR RENT Cotlara ol room, and bath on River
A,U!" 1J'. bov Vlniytrl. Inaulra ol J. P. M.
OSORIO, O. Luw offic, Mirch.nl Sl.naar Ulih.o'i
". ..,,-, w
ro LET Nlc.'y turnlihaj r on, on Yngnr rt
Ajaran "u a " tnit oltifa. IT-iw
PR hLNT Analaaant lain n,w brick ttort, x
. to, on HoM St. Ntw tnrlanJ Blk.ry. itii-II
TO LET A lurnl.lwd room at afo Dtrt'anla nil
ti DR. HOFFMAN. ...,..
TO LET A cottaratn ICuknl Ian. .ni a rnM...
1 on H.retanla St , now tulldlnr. For terrai apply
, nn-tji.nf fcj. ni i 1. 1 u I.IQ'1,
LET S.fton Houta. .' furnlth.i imm. wlfh
boarj Younf Si ,mar Pilkol. it mi
TO RENT Furnlihid room. GarJen Una. Enqulra
ol Mra McCnnntl, oil Union ureal. No. Gar Jtn
COR SALE Four lots, Hobrin tt , Kapahulu, Wal
1 klkl. tyx tact. Jtttl B.tbtr. 41 King St. w"
COR SALE A lata, down town Warthouta. A
centrally located Ludrtnr lloui. and cotlare.
RutlneM Property 1n heart ol cltv ralldenca property.
HENRY WATEKHOUSE ft CO. .o,".i
COR SALE OR RENT-A acr. Ul In Nuuanu
Vallev. wllh Larifa Houw and Several Cottaret.
HENRY VATERIIl5uSE t r o. ,6,,-ii
THE btl cenl tlaar In town I. ilia "mtflNPI"
I to bahad attha Mvrtta Cl.ar Htnr n.., tnn,.
anum. ah Ktnjt or wantia clgara a aplalty.
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MEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO lor lala at a
' barraln. Apply jv Darelanla itreel, near
Pumplnr Station. tM tl
R SALE Saoo. Futnlluraol t-rooma J cottar
near Iowa, wlthprlvllere ol renting conart.
tvikbiAin aAviLHjt: el Ll)..
k6 Merchant St.
PR SALE LOTS In atama mar town. Al
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE ft CO.,
Kb Merchant St
PR SALE Saooo Leaaehold on Queen street,
near Honolulu Iron Work.. , v.r tn ran
Splendid Warehout a Location.
Apply to WILLIAM &AVIDGE, & CO.,
ao6 Merchant street
PR SALE A pair ol black coach horses formerly
the property ol Wm. O Irwin, Esq. Apply tc
James Carty, American Sublet, Merchant and Rich-
SALE LANDS IN ALL PADTC nr. TUP
ITY. By J. M. VIVAS. it.
I OST A small wreath pin ol leaves and pearls,
- down town Liberal rtward II relumed lo H.
Dlnklage, Custom House ,ao-tw
OST A Medicine Hand-case.
- Llncolm Block. Klnr Si.
I OST-Whlta Fo Terrier Bitch, dark brown laca
- wllh black spot near tall Suitable reward will
be paid lor Its return L. W, MERRILL, Emma Si.
I OST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S 96
- In crimson and gold. Finder pleast return 10
this ottce and receive reward. tf.
FOUND A Tribune Blocle on Bates street. No
14,, It. chain broken Owner can hive the sitae
by applying at lolanl Collars and paying for this
COtlND A new store on Hotel St., opposite the
I Elite Ice Cream Parlors. GEO. HAFFNER,
Manufacturing jeweler. itoS-ibi
COUND At corner of King street and Walk
road, an t K gold wedding ring, Finder c
tuvt tint by ctlllni at ihli offic ni paying cst
Keeps Conatantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The StandarJ MmU nf
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH -Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slnd, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAMli-Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, .Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams. Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh.every day. Tongues, Clipped
ueel, fctc. Also sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER. Eezs. Cheese. Pickles. Chow.
chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables. '
OYSTERS Fancv. laree or small. In
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thing that vou could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
ItM QnuUiag DjsWottn, 76 oente per
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Klrit Quarter of tho Moon on the
2Sth at 3:19 p. m..
llawallin BUndard Tims I 10b, 30b
lower thad Orrcnwloh time, belna;
that of tha meridian of 157 30. Tht
llruo whlltlo .lows at 1:30 p. m., wblch
Is the same as Orcenwlch Oh, Om.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port tor San Francisco will find there
n lirancli of tho U, S. Hydrographlc
OUlco located In the Merchants' Ex
rlinngc, whero Is maintained (or their
flcncflt free of charge, com pic to sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained ra
Bjnllng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
Weather Bureau, Punahou, December
29. Temperature Morning minimum.
68; Midday maximum 72.
Uarometer at 9 a. m. 30.0C. Rising.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 07 per cenl.
Diamond Head Signal Station, De
cembcr,!!. Weather Hazy; tfTiiil Ttgnt
Friday, December 28,
w t n Jiuiiuin, !UI1K, KUI1I acaiur,
O & O S S Coptic, Rlnder, from San
Nor ship Prince Albert, Capeller, from
Schr Alice Kimball, from Kaunakakal.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Ahuklnl;
3622 bags sugar and 6 pkgs.
aim- iwaiani, utegory, I
pott'; 1800 bagt sugar to ll. H
& Co. and
10 pkgs sundries.
Frldav. December 58
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, for Mahukona,
raaunau, JvUKaiau, uoxala, Laupahoc
hoe, Papoloa. Hakalau and Honomu.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Maul,
vona anu rau pons.
Am schr Mildred, Klndlln, for the
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON,
U S A T S Thomas, Buford, for Manila
at 5 p m.
Schr Fannie Adele. for Ellr wllh mil
Gr bk J C Glade, Stege, for the Sound
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Anahola, Na
wlllw III and Kllauea at 1 p m.
OiiOSS Coot c.
Orient at 5 p m.
For Lahalna, Kona and Kau ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, Dec 28 W U Adams
and wlte, J Kualmoku, Mary Davis, G K
Wilder, W C Cook, John Richardson Jr,
J Mzkalnil, Mrs Puahl, Carl On Tal, R
Dallet, Mrs E Kimball, Geo C Wlglns
and wife, J D Paris and son, R M Shlth
and wife, Mrs Dan Hao, W Hopil, Mis
iauuKani, miss iumDau.
Yankee Prospecting Brazil.
New York. Dec. 17. A despatch to
the Herald from Rio de Janeiro says:
It Is announced that the American
consul at Para has been traveling In
cognito through the state of Manaos,
by the Amazon and its tributaries.
It Is believed that his Journey hat
some relation to the reported sale by
Dollvla of the territory In the so-called
Republic of Acre to an American syn
dicate. , '
The ship John Currier Is reported as
leaking quite badly, but up to the pres
ent time the freight In her is coming
out In excellent shape. Just what tho
condition of the freight will be In her
lower hold can only be ascertain! J
upon being discharged. New pumps
were put Into her before leaving Seat
tle. There were seeral passengers on the
Coptic bound for the Orient who will
stop over one steamer and take In the
many attractive places on the Islandl.
They were Miss J. Ac!;erman. MUs
A, L. Murc'uit and O. Shlmura.
Pacific Heights Electric Railway
Train service has been greatly Imoroyed
upon the Electric Railway during tlu past
week, and a pleasant ride, with no over-
crowding of cars or lone waits between
trains, Is promised.
Regular trips will be made every twenty
minutes, and a free bus will run between
Nuuanu street and Railway Station be
tween 9a. m. and 9:30 p. m.
Passengers are reauested to secure round
trip tickets before entering the cars. 24.1t
IN THE CIRCUlt' roubT. MI'1 ntff-llrr'
T .1. ... u ii .... l ..?';
...miwij m ,iwii. n. iiiamvei., in prorate. m
in. mat ar ol Ull estate ol Cactala Man 'fcncllsh.
lala ol Honolulu, Oahu, deceased Th. petition and
account, of the administrators ol tba estate ol said
decessel, wherein he asks lhal his accounts t aiam
Ined and approved, and lhal a final order ta made of
distribution of the property r. milnlnir In his nsnJs to
U11 persons thereto entitled, and dlscharainc hlaa
fiom all further responsibility as such admit l.trator,
ll Is ordered thai Frldav, tha 8th davot February,
A.D . 1DOI. at ID (.'flock . m . ., IK. mill vi.am ...
the said Court nlllonol lu, Island of Oahu, be and
the ssme hereby Is ar pointed as the lime and p'aca
for hearing said petlllon and accounts, and that all
persons Inleristed nay then atd Ihera appear and
show cause. If any they have, hy the same should
not be (tranted. and may piesint evidence as to ho
are entitled to the said property.
(loaoiuiu, UKemrer a., loco.
Oy the Court,
. . OtoftGC LUCAS,
The Evening Bulletin, 71 cents per
Cheaper to More thin Pay Rent
It the Mylni, but w don't btlltvt ll. Wc hiv movJ twlct
within vear, w had t In order l trtxt our new building. W
Imiv now mavrd from tht tK ntxt tt JOHN NOTTS U our
imw Mldldf tn th Crtr of Port aM Ktti ttU,
At prettnt wt an 4utln the upptt low Mtd btvM-Knt, at
tht urptnttrt art not Ihroug. wttk tn tht main toot. Wt
our frltndt to overlook tht Inconvmlmct and ctnfutlon that will
exist for a few weeks yet, When once we art settled wt will be
ablt to take cart of yoc and attend to your wants In tint duo
Our BlcyoU Ghop It ntw running In tht ntw store, and
we have a fine line of wheelt, COLUMUIAS, HAMBLERS and
CLLVI.I.ANDS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks for CHRISTMAS at prices that will suit everyont.
Call at the comer of Fort and King Streets, King St. side,
UPSTAIRS, and set tht results of a Kansas Cyclone.
E. O. HALL & SON. Ltd..
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed-,
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Fiags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
Metropolitan Meat Go
Special for Today Only.
Fancy GAAtE DUCKS, 40c. f.
SHLLL OYSTERS, 38c.
Buy early today. .
HONOLULU MARKET CO.. LTD.
i74-tt Telephone 319. Bethel St,
On the premises of the SANITARY STEAM
LAUNDRY CO., LTD., between South and
The buildings are supplied with hot and
cold water and electric lights Artesian
water. Perfect satisfaction.
For particulars, apply to ,
On the premises, or at the office of J. A.
R. W. ATKINSON
-SERVANTS EXCHANGE -
Houses, Rooms; ""Offices;'''
FURNISHED OftUNfURNISHEp. '
Room ii, MagooH Bid., '"
, REDUCED' RATES.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese "Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII "SHIMPO,"
- thi only dally Japanese paper published
In the Territory of Hawaii
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
Sr Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 907.
DAY BIMLDINOBERETANIA ST,
MAR Fill STATION.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer king and Bethel street.
PROPERTY FOR SALB
In All Parti of the City
Several lone leaseholds. vet-V cheatf.
Good bulldlne lot, 80-80, near town.
House and lot, Pal.ma, at a barealn.
Several choice lots, Kaplolanl Park,
House and lot, Wllder'ave., only fa.soo.
House and lot, Kewalo, $1,750, net.
Beautiful home, Kin St., near Pllkoi,
40 year leasehold, rljht on beach, cheap.
The United States transport Klntutk
Captain Long, arrived last evening
from Seattle and Is the first govern
ment vessel to make fast at the'reccnt
Iy completed Navy dock No. 2 Some
anxiety was expressed as to her deten
tion which was occasioned by the se
vere storms raging In the north. Pre
vious to her arrival here fi message
was received by Frank Waterhouso.
her manager, stating .that owing ,tj
stormy weather In the straits Captain
Long had determined to lay over Lfor a
day In Port Angeles. The Klntuck has
on board 815 horses and mules apd
notwithstanding the severity of tho
storm none died. There were few
cases of distemper among the animals
which must naturally bo expected. The
lack of mortality among the animals
certainly speaks well for the sailing
qualities of tho big steamer. The
horses -and mules will all be landed
this morning and will be given a weok
on shore before proceeding on their
Journey to the Philippines. In addition
to the horses and mules on board th
Klntuck carries five complete wagon,
trains and no end, of forage, supplied."
The Klntuck is under'-tho command of
Captain George Long'-whlle the quar
termaster In charge Is Captain K. J.
Hampton, U. 8. V. Tho anlmalsi on
board are In charge of C. H. Bugb9
who is Inspector of the United Staffs
Bureau of Anj'mal Industry, 't
Coptic's Good Trip, (
The Coptic, J, II. Illnder comman-1-
cr, camo into port last evening havlug
been sighted oft Koko head at o:45.
She brought Ave days later mall and
general nows from the Coast and h'j3
in her hold a large amount of freight
for Oriental ports and will leave at !
o'clock this afternoon. Purser Ren
nlo reports a flno passage with all well
on board. a I '' '
1 t'U Is evident that the welfare of ttyj
Coptic's passengers Is, being' carcfall'
looked nfter,'l5)'-1lh6l chief BtfUvard it trie
rtionu fir-New Yy-arty dlnher at sea ft
any, criterion for- with .throwsters .pf.
shelltTnipiintQlni ijuatl ,;a laJ Bonii'e
liouche, boned pjicasant tn aspic Jelly
and many other.good things certainty
makes life worth llvlng'even on board
ship. The Coptic brought no passen
ger a for Honolulu but '.three will tuko
passage from hero who layed over oua
The .Evening DulUtin, 71 nU t
Fine Job Printing at
J -k wfcrtA.