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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, JANUARY 7, tgoi.
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RULING SETTLES IT
Mattel: Has no Connection with Trans
actions Approved by Presi
dent McKinley Under
l)y usual special favor the Adver
tiser was given first whack at ficsh ml
vlces from Washington regarding Ilu
unllan public lands. In giving the
news, however, the Advertiser worked
In some old Information regarding
'resident MeKlnley's approval of Unit
transactions of the Government of the
Republic of Hawaii between July 7,
1S9S, the date of the annexation reso
lution, and September 2S, U09, the d.ilc
when President XIcKlnley's order stop
ped further disposal of lands The
President's npprovaii of theso transac
tions had been announced previously.
It was nn executive nit In pursuance of
the Enabling Act, where It ratified uili
transactions subject to the approval
of the President, and had no relation
to the latest ruling on llawalinn public
lands made at Washington.
Headers of the Ilulletln will remem
ber a contradiction In this paper, re
cently, of statements published to t Ha
effect that District Attorney llalnl had
received Instructions from Washington
to bring suits against the Territorial
Government for voiding certain of Itn
land transactions since the Inaugura
tion of the Territory on August 10.
1900. That contradiction stands correct,
' The District Attorney was Instruct
ed to Investigate the legal status of
Hawaiian land transactions nml repot t
with his opinion thereon. He did so,
reporting to the Federal Attorney Gen
eral. Ills opinion was In effect that tin
title In Hawaiian public lands being
vested In the United States. It could
only be transferred by federal author
In the meantime Mr. Vandevnntcr,
law adviser to the Interior Department,
rendered an opinion that the Hawaiian
Government has full authority to dis
pose of the public lands of the Terri
tory. This lie holds while, agrecin;
with the District Attorney that tho
title Is vested In the United Stncs. In
other words. Mr. Vundervantcr's Idea la
that the United States has given full
power of attorney to the Territory ol
Hawaii to net in the matter.
This being adopted in a decision of
the Interior Department, which lus
charge of tho public lands. It settles thy
Question. There Is very slight or no
probability that anybody will attempt
to bring the matter Into litigation for
the purpose of getting a decision from
the Federal Supreme Court
Willis Vnndcvnnter is one of the
strong coterie of Western Republicans
recently called to public office. He and
Mr. Iiaird used to practice In the same
courts. With Fed. S. Hebard, now a
prosperous lawyer In Chicago, Mr. Van
dervanter visited Hawaii about ten
years ngo and then gained personal
knowledge of the Olaa lands.
TRIP OF THE KINAU.
The arrival of the steamer Klnau on
Sunday morning at C o'clock from HI!o
and Labalna with the ex-Queen and
her party was the occasion for a largo
gathering of many of our local people,
The party consisted of Queen Lllluo-
kalanl, Prlnco David Kawananakoa,
Mrs. James Campbell and several oth
ers who were accorded quite a recep
tlon as the steamer made fast to the
dock. Leaving Illlo the steamer pro
ceeded on her voyage home and It was
at Lahalna where a large crowd gather
ed on the wharf to greet Queen Lllluo
kalanl, Mrs. Jas. Campbell and the re
mainder of tho party. At eleven
o'clock Friday the steamer stopped nt
Lnhalna where the entire party was
esco rted to the residence of Mr. ami
Mrs. J. Richardson where n great luau
had been prepared In their lovely homo.
Prince David escorted tho Queen to
the tnble followed by Commodore.
Deckley who escorted Mrs. Jas. Cnmt.
bell. Promptly at 11 o'clock on Sat
urday tho Klnau left amid the cheers
of a large crowd who had gathered to
see the party off. From Lahalna t'10
Klnau pioceeded to Knunaknkal where
tho steamer was boarded by High Slier
Iff Drown and tho Castlo party who
were returning to Honolulu from a
business trip to the plantation.
ROWED BACK IIOMB.
A party of of six men went to Pearl
Harbor In tho launch of tho Union
Express Co. yesterday morning. The
day was spent In the enjoyment of the
cool brczes of tho place and, when
afternoon came on, tho party of six do
elded to return to Honolulu. The gaso.
line wns turned on and tho electricity
was given full play but Bomchow or
other, the circulating pump refused to
work. It was a caso of a spurt for n
short time and then tho brawny arms
of the occupants of tho launch set to
work at tho oars. Tho boys had count
ed on a nap but they didn't get It and
It was late at night when they finally
made the entrance of the channel, tag-
gcd nut and ready for bed. Tho launch
wns tried again this morning and found
to be In good shnpo and the boys aro
now wondering what on earth made
It act In such an erratic manner yes
Since January 1, eleven burial per
mits have been Issued for tho now
cemetery at Pearl City,
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Monday , 14
.W. a 47
Last Quarter of the Moon on the 12th
at 10:8 a. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time la loh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 1S7 30. The
time whistle Mowb at 1:30 p. a., which
Is the same as Qreenwlch Oh, 0m.
The tides at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables,
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of the U.. S. Hydrographlu
oniies loented In the Merchants' Kx
rhangc, where Is maintained for their
ocneflt free of charge, complete set
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest information can bo obtained r-
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
and alt matters of interest to ocein
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sa
II for tho next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
ALAMEDA S. V. Jan. 8
PEKINO S. F. Jan. 13
MIOWER A Victoria Jan. I
ZEALANDIA S. F Jan. 2.1
GAELIC S. V. Jan. 23
SOXOMA-S. F. Jan. 29
HONGKONG MARU S. F. ..Jan. 31
Steamers. For. Due.
MARIPOSA S. F Jan. C
HONGKONG MARU S. F. ....Jan. 8
AOItANGI Victoria ..-. Jan.. 11
CHINA S. V. ..... Jnn IS
ZEALANDIA S. F. Jan. 25
DORIC S. F. Jan. 2G
SIERRA S. F. Jan. 29
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall. Is due about
the 9th and 23d of each month
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVT.
U. S. training ship Adams, Going, nn
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
U. S. T, Klnttick, Long, from Seattle.
(This list does not Include coasters.)
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
Iroquois, Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'.lo.
Allco Cooke, Am. schr., Penhallow;
Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, S. F.
Okan ogan. Am. schr., Rcnch, Poit
Antlope, Dr. shp., Murray, at Kahulul.
WllllamH. Macy. Oroth, from Sydney.
Ship John Currier, from Seattle.
Ilk. Kalulanl, from San Francisco.
Schr. Allan A., lumber from Eureka,
Novelty, Am. schr., Rosendale, Calcta
Prince Albert, Dr. bk Cappelen, New
castle. R. P. Rlthet. Am, bk., McPhall. Itom
Roderick Dhu, Am. bk., Johncon nt
Hllo from San Francisco.
Amy Turner, Am, bk., Warland, nt Hllo
from San Francisco.
Marie Hackfeld, Ger. sp Wuhrmann,
Altn, Chilean bk., Thronagle, from
Twilight, Am. schr., Cuosten, from
Robert Sudden, Am, bk., Kllmann;
Mildred, Am. schr., Rose, from Seattto,
A. J. Fuller, Am. Bp., Dermot, at K
hulul, from Ludysmlth, II. C.
Antlope, Dr. bk., Murray; at Kahulul
from Ladysmlth, B. C.
Metha Nelson. Am, schr., Christiansen,
at Kahulul from San Francisco.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Office of the U. S. Ltghthousa Inspector,
Twelfth District, San Francisco.
Cal., Dec, 21, 1900.
San Francisco Entrance, California
Notice Is hereby given that the mam
moth nun buoy, painted rod, numbered
2, marking Fort Point Ledge, San
Francisco Entrance, California, 1ms
gone adrift. It will be replaced at tho
earliest date practicable. -.
This Notice affects tho List of Ben
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1900,
By order of the Lighthouse noard,
Commander, II. S. N.,
Inspector 12th L. II. District.
Appropriate Tho Judge What kind
of Iron wns thrown during the riot?
The Witness. Scrap Iron, Ycr Honor,
Tho Regular Monthly Meeting of the
Pioneer Building Hint Loan Aumelatlon
will bo held at tho Clitiinlxir of Com
merce on MONDAY EVENING, Jan.
7. 1901, at 7:S0 o'clock.
1'ayinonts are required in gold,
7JO ' A. V. DEAR, Secretary,
Weather Bureau, Punahpu, January
7,-Tempernturc Morning minimum,
07; Midday maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.03. Steady,
Dew Point 6CF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 71 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 7. Weather clear; wind NE.
' Saturday January 5.
OSS Mariposa, Rennle, from the Co
lonies. Sunday January 6.
Stmr Klnau, Parker, from Hllo and way
Stmr ClauJlnc, Lane from Maui and
Stmr W.G.Hall, Thompson, from Na
wlllwlll. Stmt hvalanl, Gregory, from Kukul
haele. Stmr Nlihau, Thompion, from Eleele.
Stmr Keauhou, Oleson, from Koloa.
Saturday, January 5.
TKKSS America Alaru, Going, for
OSS Zea'andla, Dowdell, for San
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oa
bchr Millie Morris, for Koolau ports.
Am schr Okanogan, Klnsci), for Port
Am schr Allen A. Schige for the Sound
Sunday. Jinuarv 6.
OSS Ahrlposa, Rennle, for ban Fran
cisco. TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Mmr Klnau, Parker, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 m
Stmr Claudlne, Lane, for Kahulul and
way ports at 5 p m.
Stmr Maul, Sachs, for Maul ports at 5
Stmr Lehua, Rennttt, for Molokal and
Lanai pots at 5 p m.
Stmr Mauna L03, Slmerson, for Lahal
na, Maalaea, Kona anJ Kau ports at 10
Stmr V G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p m.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
ports at ? p m
From Anaholi, per stmr Wulaleale, Jan
5-1 H Kahiilna, J Enosand 7 deck.
From Hllo anyway po ts, per stmr Kl
nau. Jan 6 Queen Liliuokalanl, Prince
D Kawananakoa, Mrs Jas Campbell and
two children, Allss Abbey Gimpbell, JIUs
Alice Campbell, A R Cunha, Airs ES
i-unna, vtrs t uoa, aiisj baran L
mm. Miss A E Mabv. Miss Vestal
aum ana wite,- Mrs Rebecca iNakra, a b
Blake. Mr J H Uefrl-s, F R Wells and
wife, D P Thompson, Mrs R Rycroft, Miss
L V Pettis, J L McDonough. J A Cruzan,
Jr, L S Partridge, Anton. Ftagus, Mrs A
Bye, M D Sllllman, Miss M Helelu.nl.
Miss L K Keamalu, Jno Altnoku, Joseph
Ae. David Eaauao.J II Wise, E H Hart.
H A Ayres. Miss L Hart, Geo Weight, S
PMone, Master Hapal, Mls HMtle Ha
pal, C H Judd, J K Merseberg, J K Kao
hi, Miss G Aklna, Rev J P Erdman. Miss
Alice Lalng, Master E Kaohl, Miss Annie
Leo-g, Masttr Joe Lulr, Miss Mary Luiz,
W P McDonough, Sam Woods, A Shere,
Mrs S Spencer and child, Andrew .Moore,
D Kaahanul, C S Hollowav, Jno Radln,
J C Quinn, Wanl Rels. Gtorge Schuman,
T R I uAn, A u; r.., uv..ii HMi..n
. . . . . . . .. '. ... '.
J Atkinson! R S Brewste'r, A L Castle, K
F Brown. W Williamson snd 76 deck!
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
v-uuuine, Jan o L- is wens, K U Dean,
m;ss Aiexan :er, miss m bailey. Masters
White, E Miller and H Castle. Dr E
a -.-nit.-,-,. 1 1 itrMiu a r ti tir r
ninmo(,t. j j vvaiaiia r - much, yv J
Scott, Miss Freltas, W A Robinson, Mrs
J Gomrs, MIss.H S Medelros, Mls Han
sen, Miss Mammeistead, R Chrlsloffenon,
J Taylor. Miss E Gllhus, Mis E Taylo-,
Miss N Malone, Mrs Soloman, A S Medel
ros, Rev J Oklnt and wife, George
Weight and two sons, Miss L A Aheong,
Miss B Horner. Mrs E Ward, Mrs E Barte
and child, Miss Barte, J K Hlgby and 49
From Nawlllwlll, per stmr W G Hall,
Jan 6 Harvey Smith. Isaac Kiual, Emma
Kawale, Miss Grau, Miss Green, b Bangs,
Mrs bggerxing, Jonn bpatding, sirs Ka-
Coneson, G R Everrett, Paul Isenberg,
Col Spalding. Otis Spalding J Smlddy,
C Eleston, Miss Howes, Mrs Brown, Mrs
Smlthers, Miss F Carter, Miss Borden,
mrs u sorenson, .yiiss Addle l-armer, Miss
A Sorenson, E P Hatfield and 38 on deck.
There was a big time at Kapaa, Kit
ual, on New Year's day. There were
horse races and a big luau. The KealU
horses carried off all the honors In tho
races. Tho horses from the other
side of the Island were not In It for
even tho shortest space of time.
Oeorgc Angus of T. II, navies & Co.
and his mother, are boohed to leavo
for the Coast In tho China of the 18th
Inst. Mr. Angus Is going on business
and his mother to spend a little tlr.10
with her friends nt various places on
tho Mainland. Mr. Angus will go east
before returning to Honolulu.
Tho training ship Adams Is reported
as leaving tho harbor on Wednesday
on her regular unfinished cruise.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I.O.O.F.
The members of Harmony LoJge No. 3,
I.O O.H., Jre reminded that a regular
meeting of the lodge will be held this
(MonJay. evening, January 7, 1901, at 7:30
Installation of officers and, other Import
L. H. DEE.
E.R.HENDRY, Noble Grand
The unierslfrnt-1. htvln? ten duly appointed ai
mlnlitrator il tht csUt of Catherine P. Auli, late of
Honolulu, UIiikI of'Oahu, decease i, hereby glcs
notice to all creditors ot the deceaitJ, to present their
claims, duly authenticate with proper vouchers,
rven If the same Is secured by m or f gaff' upon real
esutt, to him at hit nff.ee, v7 udd Building-, Hono
lulu, within six montlit from date hereof, and all
claims not presented within said time will be forever
tarred. All persons owln? said e.tate are requested
to make Immediate payments.
WM. C. PARKE.
Administrator of the es'ate of Catherine P. Auld,
Honolulu. January t, loot. iT)t-Jan f.i4,tt,t8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, At chambers. In probate. In
the ma'ter of the estate of William Dudley Hunt, late
of Honolulu, Oathu. The last wilt and ei a -rent of
said decea 4, having been prernled to said court
togethir wliha tctliWnfur the probate thewr, and
for the Ishuan'e o letters testamentary to Decky A
Hunt having been Med. Notlrt Is hereby glton that
MonJay, the nth day of Teb'uary, AD., tfoi, at 10
o'clock a m., of said da, at the court room of sa'd
co.'rt. at Honolulu, Oahu, t and the same hereby Is'
appointed the time and place for proving said wl'l and
harlnr said application,
Honolulu, January 4th, iqo .
Dy the court,
tT)iJn 7,(4.ti,8 Clerk,
iC-4--'f- it f-Hf column tti bt imttrtid 1
--r-b 1$ ttntt hm cut tnitttion; a$ ttnti ttci
it-mhc-i, to ttrli cm vttk, j ttntt two uttki,
and 60 ttntt cnt month, TUt U ttt tbftttt .wr
tuint txtf tfttrtd tbt fitoplt Honolulu
CMPLOYtHS.OP LAEOH-Pfehtff (or one
i- nornh uni try th reu1tiwlth W W, Atkinson
Rblect EMrLOrMINTOrnCC.AUGOON Uuudino
DARGAINS IN JEWELNY-vou can fti them At
-' ffi r lv-uasi to) moici at.
OTICE TO RJltnr.RS-Th Union Express Co
nai nnim 9nnu rui ahlc,
WANTEDA thua or tour room cctta-. or In
cottagf, wllh talh, furnlihtl or unfurnished,
dMltaMe locality Atrct Alirei- J.O , tltii ots:e,
WANTED A fillfin yrar old boy. C. H. Drown,
flumtf r. Trr toiy Stab'aa Quilting. )ilf
WANTED You In bit a roiltlon In Ihr rw
vv Yar. Comntfncf It ell. See Atkinson, Ma-oon
Bullilng. Menhanl St.
MAN, itenogrerher and tvrewrlter.
once. Adireli"A 1
WANTED-WATCIIES to repair by lewder o!
VV V h!-. Inert !- 1 An I .
JT-SI Vfll'TI 'nvf, rfVffl IIVCIVVW IIIJV I 11-3 VI
novell'et. O DIETZ. ait Nuuami St. itol-K
WANTED-ENORAVINO AND ENAMELING.
M P. LUCAS, ni Hnt.l Si. lU.
OtD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE lor clean Cot
ton Ra-. Afrrly at Bulletin Office. 15f9.ll
THE OWI. lUKCH AND OYSTER ROOM -'
Oysters senrd n the shell onW Tty hit
famous Han and Eff 7 Sandwiches ani Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Hite" streets. WM. LUCAS, 1'rorrletor,
F. R RENT AllallittSi Davits piano, al'nttn w,
chrarrr than our nwn price II jou answer quick,
Call or addiess J W Halt, cottaift ret to Que n
rO LET A mosquito pioot unfumllh'd room. In-
I"1" l t'nlon St ir)oiw
rO LET Furnished rorms to let, the Betmarat on
' Voune1 S'.lMs side Thomas Square. irta-.w
HOltE TO HI-NT on the comer of Maklkl and
Wilder venues. Arplv on premises iriS-im
TO LET Furnished room at iojo Rl hard St.
IF ou wish to tent yew truseor rooms "well,"
fiee Atkln.cm. Magon Rulldlng.
TO I E T filiate rn Kukillane and coMsee
on Htretanla St . now bultdlnz. Tor terms apply
to KAIOLAM fcSTATE LTD q tf
TO LET 5ftt:n House, ei' furnished ro?ms with
board Young St , nearJilkol nmJ?'im
TO RENT rurnfshed room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. g Garden
FOR SALE-One ea h aM ani C htrse power
mietz & tlfSKlkOSi:r OIL cnqincs, (new)
Inquire of J. Emmeivth, hi King St. 1M"'
FOR SALE One phaeton, hora and htrrett; ats'i
one gent'e soi'e hore fnqu're of b. Suhr,
corner Jud and Llllha streets. t-iw
FOR SAl.F A few Imprlfd milch Cows. Aprlyto
J. M. VIVAS. jiU
PR SALE Cheap, tfarlly mare, haness and aw
open buggy. Apply to
to6 Merchant St.
CHOICE LOTS, Kaph.lanl Park addition, (.heap.
P. H. Uurnctte, King St. I7i)-tf
HOUSE & LOT Wilier ae., only a.6oo net." P.
II Uurnette. to Klnr St itftf
OA YEAR LEASE, wllh good house. King street,
-U ery cheap, reit only Ju.jo month P. If.
Burne'le. up King St. iTeyif
L CASUS for sale In all pails of the city. P. H
Curnette, J9 Kin St. . i7ltf
COR SALE-Four lots. Hobron st , Kapahulu, Wal
klkl. fjooeach. Jeffs Barber, 4) King St. wll
COR SALE A la'ge down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodging House and cctiate.
Business Property In heart of city residence property.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO. i6qytf
FOR SALE OR RfcVT A 1 acre Lot In Nuuanu
Vatlev. with Large House and Several Cottages.
HENRY WATERHiAJSE & CO. tj-if
THE b't cent clear In town Is the -"COLONEL
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
rnHim. am kitus or wanna cigars specialty,
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for sale at a
bargali. Apply )t' Beretaila street, near
Pumping Station. dU tf
FR SALE Stoo, Futnltureo 5-roened cottage
near towa, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDUE & CO..
R SLE Ztooo. Leasehold on Quen 1 re t.
near Kono.uiu Iron Works, sa years tu run.
Solendld Warehousi Location.
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1LLIAi1 SAVIUtJC, fl( LU,,
too Merchant street
PR SALE Apa'rof Mack coach horses formerly
the property of Win. G Irwtn, Esi. Apply to
James Cariy, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street. i6utf
LOST Pass book No 0410. Bishop & Co.. Savinr
Bank. Finder please return to Hark )iivf
LOST a gold enameled pn; monogram U.S., 96
In crimson and gold. Finder please return 10
mis omci ana receive rewara. it,
FOUVD At cornir ot Mtrctunt ani RlcharJ Sis.,
a RantbUr blcyclt, No. 777a Loser can hat a tfi.
samt by calllQE at this offict and paying costs of al
FOIND ASaltl. Ofm.f can obtain th tana ty
paying aptns.s. Apply in, Fort St. 171 .w
CCUNO-A Lady's gold watch. Owntr can have
I th sam. by calling al HawalUn Chlnsst News
Co., King St., and paying tipensas. STjO'tw
FOUND A mw slot, on Hotel St , orpostt. 'he
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. GEO. HAH-NEk,
Manulacturlng ewler. troS'im
FUND Al corner of King street and Walklkl
road, an 1! K gold weddlns ring. Finder can
have same by calling at this office and paying c sts
JAPANE6B CLOG THROWER.
Tlio mifortunate youth who threw
Ills clogs at tho carriage of tho Empress
turns out to ho an undoubted lunatic.
Ills name Is Kaneyama Iwasahuro, ani
the belongs to Alchl prefecture. On the
11th of December he was found loiter
ing near tho Sakashlta gnte of tha
palace, and being questioned by tho
police, he explained that ho desired to
meet the Emperor, Tho police gavo
him Bomo wholesome advice and sent
him back to Alzu, but ho mado his way
again to Tokyo, and the clog throwing
Incident resulted. It further appeals
that on tho morning of tho 21th, tliu
young man presented himself at tho
Toltyo Municipality nnd asked to see
the Governor, but his dcmeiiaorsug
gested Imbecility, and he was rofuscl
admittance. On his way back to Shllm,
where he lodged, ho saw a number of
people collected, and, asking tho rea
son, wns Informed that tho Emperor
would presently pass. His own account
Is that finding no hope of attaining nny
distinction In his natlva province, ow
ing to the unsympathetic attitude of
tho local officials, he determined to
proceed to Tokyo and apply direct to
the Emperor. Baulked In that pur
pose by the police, he next repaired to
the Oovernor of Tokyo, who also re
fused to see him. Then, learning from
a bystander that the passage of the
Emperpr was expected, he detwmlnefl
to wait nnd address His Majesty as he
passed, but seeing only the EiuprS3
his disappointment Induced him to
throw his clogs. He has bo?n sent
to the lunatic asylum at Sugamo. Ja
The Evening Bulletin, ti MnU p
I To the Public
U.r c r uii e. e. .
AfEfntfor CLBVnLA.ND BICVCLE6 for the Hawaiian Islands,
i. MMHM.n . ... it. li r 1 ....1. 1 t 1 X
iic tctcut uiitJii&cii.ciii ui uu
prove J of by the unJerstcneJ.
Referrlnjt to the above we will say that by Ihe "ZEALANDIA" x
we received anotliet shipment of... x
anj can satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
Ihe Cleveland Is...
& A GOOD BICYCLE
CALL AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON snd FLOOR OF NEW STORE !
I B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
I Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
At the -
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LEDERBR, Proprietor AY TkSf' ST '
JaS. F. Morgan.
II 05 Queen Street
On THURSDAY, JANUARY 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
A my salesroom, Gj QUEEN ST., I
wnl Mil at public auction a large assort
ment of household furniture and supplies :
U:d-)om sts, sideboards, warerobes, ex
ttnslm tables, clui'5, steel engravlne.
ash trays, card recovers, paper knives, put
bow, crumb trays, napkin rings, fancy
woikbaskets, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Tuesday, Jauuary 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the IRMGARD WHARF, foot of
Muuani. street, I will sell at public auction
about 400 sales of California Hay, and 50
sacks of Bran, slightly damaged on voy
Jas. P. Morgan,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
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AMERICAN BIOYCLE CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH
Cleveland Sales Department
By G. A. Merril,
Constantly on Hand
Metropolitan Meat Co
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every dav. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fryltsnd Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, Urge or small, in
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 2t9.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles M.
Cooke and F. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS COOKE,
Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All'obllgatlans of the firm are as
sumed by the corporation, and ail
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks are extended to those who
have given patronage to tne firm
which Is now dl. solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf "of
the new corporation.
LEWCR6 O COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE, limited
PresMtnt... F.J Loueey
Vke-PinlJent... , W.W. Mauris
Sec'y anj Treat W. A HIDDEN
Aujitor , , c. II Cooke
Director RuBLkT lEutbs
Director,.., Cms. M. Cooke
Honolulu Dec, )t, tw.
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