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LITTLE BOY, OR GIRL,
Longs for a Bicycle, and hopes Santa Claus is think
ing of bringing one this Xmas. We have the stock
if you have the time to drop in and pick one out and
the prices only range between $28 and $ J ?. We have
three sizes of Juveniles, and can fit any child from
4 years up. If you have no time just telephone us
the age and size of the child, and we will send one to
your home on any day before Christmas that you wish.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
5 PERFUMES &r.
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell'Sy in all odors
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Tom l Mw
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List.
lM, 3-1, I-1 Jlodstunds,
2-1, 3-4, 1-IWIro mid Mo-s Mattresses,
Pillows, Dining Intension Tables,
LOWEST CASH PRICES BUY THEM.
, O. llox 535 Tolophotut 478.
H olden of water privileges, or those
paying witter rates, uro hereby notl
fiud tliut the ho irs for Irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of l'uiiohbowl above Green
street, mill In Nuuatiu Valley above
School street are horoby notllletl that
thov will not bo restricted to tho Irrl
f'alum hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
i ii. in., out will bo allowed to Irrigate
wheiieversulllelent water laavailable,
provided that tliey do not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Approved J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Kept. 7, 18JS
I bog U notify my customers and the
jnibllo generully that I he triinforruil
my biiHlncss to tho Metropolitan Moat
Company, on lug to III lionlth, aud that
nil bills owing by mo w 111 1)0 paid by
tho nid Metropolitan Meat Comp.iny,
jiihI all bills duo me l lo eolluctod by
Thanking tho public for past favorx,
J088-1W City Moat Market.
Without a Rival.
Read the List.
Hollor Top ami list nosks,
Moat Safes, Kitchen Tables,
Citinp Stools, rjtcamor ClmlrM,
Army CotH, Chair and Ilockorn,
Dentist ninl liiirbor Chairs, Mirrors, otc
Corner Nuuanti and King streets.
Publio Lands Notice.
On Monday, January 9, at 12 in., at
front entrance of Judiciary UulldlnK,
a 111 bo sold at Vnbllo Auction :
I.oaw) of lot of flovurninont l.ind at
Pauhala, i:va, contaltiiug 3 47-100 ucros,
adjoining Government road and lands
occupied by Hawaiian Fruit and l'ack
Term 21 yours.
Upsot rontal $25 por year.
Vor particulars, plan, etc., apply at
ofllco of l'ubllc I.uuds, Itnnoluln.
J. K. IlItOWN,
1080-31 Agent of Public Iinds.
In l'lno Condition, Just as Good as Now.
Uuion Street (Bell Tower).
WLIcht Machine Work promptly done,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
YhfSJ ' "' totumH uill bt inurlld dllfttnll
farm& ahnifinl imtrtton; to ctntl itton&lnur
lion; jocentia tcctk at J o etittl a monlb. 7 bit ii ibt
tbtaf-ttl tJvtflitirtg tvtr ojjtrfj tbt ptcpli of Honolulu.
Wt WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine rut In your clnt or cesspool and
save sickness. California I eeJ Co .Agents lo&o-im
WANTED A Live Young Man, with some eprl
once In pastry baking New England Bakery
WANTED-PUPILS IN STENOGRAPHY, -bookkeeping
ani English branches by practical re
porter, California State Normal and College graduate.
$5 per mo , Jay or evening. Inquire afternoons
between J and 7 at 81T King St. 108 1 im
WANTED-A NUKSE to care lor CHILDREN nn
a trip to Australia or through to I ngland An
elderly woman preferred, Address II, Bulletin office.
A N experienced while COOK WANTS POSITION
" In private lamlly Address "W, ' llulletln office,
1 to King street. 1080
WANTED-ALL AMrRICANCITIZFNs" whether
living here permanently or stopping here tem
porarily to go to the office of Dr. W S, Noblltt,
corner of King and Llllha streets, and
MtiN A PETITION TO CONHNLSS to prohibit the
further importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Islands, Hours 1 to 5 p m lon-tf
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, ut our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
I eed Co., Agents 1069-im
WANTED Seeral SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-tf
WANTLD 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, al
6ioW Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
ioit-tf II, JUTS, Proprietor.
ALII E, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In vour houses Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants,
dee iamornia teed to.,
FOR SALE-A Holsteln-Jersey Milch COW Apply
C. Klemme, at The Tlvoll. 1086-lf
A TWO-MANUALand PedaTllass REEDOROAN
Suitable for chapel or residence Berrstrom
1 Music Co , Port street
SALE The latest
at Mrs. Hanna's
DEST el cent meal In town
Trv It and b con-
Llnd's Lxcelslor Restaurant. 1041.
I COUND-Slgma Chi College Pratcrnlty IMN
I ' can be had by calling at this office and
1 cost of advertisement.
WE RENT the West DISINrECTING MACHINES
. and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co., Agents. io6u-im
TO LET rurnlshed Rooms, with electric light, in a
I I cottage near Thomas Square. Address II. L
j No Colonlnl liaue Yet.
Tliero has boon considerable
Btirmiso of Into rognrding tho
stnmps thnt are to bo in uso hero
in tho immodiato futuro. It hna
boon aupposod by quito n numbor
of people thnt, nttor tho Hawaiian
stamps nro exhausted a Colonial
iBsuo will bo forthcoming. Post
1 master Gouoral Oat was seen this
' morning aud, iu answer to a ques
tion, ropMed: "I have as yet ro
loeivod absolutoly no instructions
' and if thoro is sucli a rumor as
("you Ftato abroad, I cannot undor-
Bianti wuero u una comu irnio, j.
havo ordered another lot of Hawai
ian stamps such as we havo boon
using right along and 1 boliovo
theso are on tho way horo now."
Hawaiian Louis T Grant, O H
Brown, Hilo; Jaa It Ronton,
Hmuakua; Itobort Hind, Jr, Ko
hala; John P Jacobson, Seattlo;
J O Haydon and wifo, Tocoraa;
Mrs Olough, Mies Strong, Walter
J Ogden, Chicago.
Arlington RE Maynard, Aioa,
Q B Qroig, Fanning Island; W A
Baldwin, Jas Campaie, Makawoli,
Ivauai; August Hanoborg, Olo
wnlu, Maui; F N Otromba; Wai
anno. Till Ulleunt,
Tho Orphoum vaudovillo com
pany was greeted by a good-sized
audionco last night, considering
tho band coucort at Emma equaro
which drow a big crowd. Tho
members of tho troupo appoared
moro at ease iu their lines than on
Baturday night. Tho ploy goes on
In Big "Variety!
FRANK J, KRUGER,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dee
13, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Weather Uurcnii, Puimhou. Dec 13.
Temperature Morning minimum,
01; Midday maximum, 77.
Itaromcter, 0 u in, 30.07. Itainfali,
do, 0.00 in.
Humidity at 0 n in 74 percent.
Monday, Deo 12.
Am hktno S O Wilder, McNeil, for
Tuesday, Deo 13.
Am bktuo S N Castle, Hubbard, for
Qr shi) II F Glade, Haesloop, for
HtmrKlnau. Clarke, for Maul anil
Stmr Mtuina Loa, Slmerson, for Ma
ul and Hawaii porU.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for Hawaii
Stmr Iwalaul, Gregory, for Luhn
Ina anil Punaluu, Kan, at 4 p m.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlll, Hauamaulu and Koloa at 5
Stmr Clautlltic, Cameron, for Maul
port, atS p m.
Stmr W G Hall, Hiiglund, for Kle
ele, Hauiipcpe, Nawlllulll, Walmeu,
Kekaha and Nllhau al 5 p in.
Stmr Lchuii, lieuuett, for Molokal
aud Lauiti at J p in.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIIIIOW.
Stmr Kauai, Itruhu, for Lalinlna
and Kaanapall at 4 p in.
Tho Kauai makes a trip to La
haina and Knanapnli tomorrow
Tho Kaiulani loft for hor usual
ports this foronoon.
Tho W G Hall, leaving for Ka
uai ports this afternoon, will mako
a trip to Niilinu.
Tho Iwalani takes most of the
Kau freight to relievo tho Mauua
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, Doo 13 Mrs
llaanio, Mrs Record, Mrs Kaholo,
J K White, Miss Recard, Rov S H
Davis, J D Paris, V Pickardton,
James Morso, W Aclii, 0 A
Reoves, Li Oheoug, M B Macfor
lano, A Fornandes, W A Green
well, Mr Conway, Miss Valett, C
M Walton aud wifp, W G Singlo
hurst, Mr Inkslottpr, Mm J M
Robinson, C Hall, Miss L Ray and
maid, MisB Bartlett, Miss M
CrowuingburG, Mrs J N Robin
son, Estbor Kamakolu, Mrs Ah
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Kinau, Deo 13 Dr Kaot
nor, Mr Borrows, E C Bond, Dr
Joy, Mrs L Sohraidt, Mrs 0 C
Kennedy, Mrs P McRao, E E Ly
man, L Benjamin, H C Stahl and
wife, A II Lnndgraf, J W Ro
maine, Capt Fitzgerald, MrB E A
Connor, Mrs Goodaln, A Potom
kin and wife, John Hind, Rer B
Howe, J W Bergstrom, G O Gal
loghor, O H Rrown, W B Jonos,
Jas Shaw, Mr Freeman, J Kulo
loia,'S Hiram, Rev J A Cruzan
and wife, Tuos G Taylor, Miss B
Taylor, A Hor.ier, Miss E Hor
ner, Hoshi, W O Punnhoa, Miss
Koola, Leo Chip Choong, A V G
Todd, Robert Hind, Likoliko,
Elder P Kealakaihonua, Mr
Haro, Mr Cutting, Mr Helm, A
Lidgato, H M Whitnoy Jr, L T
Grant, J G Rothwoll, D A Bane,
P E Fisher, Mr Mickereon, Capt
JjydiK, Goo Kosb, wifo and A clnl-
dron, W G Withers, J H Woodo-
houBe, W Brown, 11 liapai and
Rov. William Morris Kincaid
waB inducted as pastor of Coutral
Union Church yesterday evening.
Tho ordor of servico3 was pub
lished in tho Bulletin. Rev. J.
A. Cruzan preached tho induction
Bormon from Ezekiol -17:9 "And
evory thing shall livo whilhor I ho
river cometh." Ho applied tho
Qguro to tho stream of Christian
ity flowing down tho centuries.
Thoro was a goodly attondanco of
tho congregation at tho services.
Notice to Importers of
In pursuance to tho authority vested
In mo by Section 10, Chapter 34, of tho
Session Zjxwa of 1882, notlco Is horoby
gtvon that from and after this dato all
Noat Cnttlo lmportod Into tho Ilawallau
Islands shall bo subjected to tho test for
tuberculosis by and uudor tho super
vision of tho Hoard of Inspectors of
Animals at the port of arrival, und duly
cortlflod as being froo from such dlsoaso
before bolng permitted to go at Urgo,
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Iutorlor Ollleo, Doe. 13, 180S.
And why shouldn't wo bo, if first-class
goods and honest prices havo anything to do
with success 1
Wo carry tho LARGEST STOCK,
thoroforo tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gouts'
and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our customors can always find what
tlioy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign of thh Big Shoi:,
M Eort street.
Morgan's Auction Sales,
On WEDNESDAY, Doc. 11,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho promises, cornor of Borotanln nnri
Millar Htroots, I will noil nt Public Auc
tion, ONE TWO-STOHY WOODKN
)UIU)INO. lliilldliiK to bo reinovoil
wltliln 7 iluy.s Iroin dato of salo.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1001-lt Au tlimeor.
Mv evening miction sales of TOYS
and HOLIDAY (JOODSulll bo hold at
my salesroom, Quoou stroot, t'omtnonc
Ing Saturday Even in qf, Dec. 17th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Other sales wilt be hold on tho ooulngs
of TUKSDAY, IMth, und THUllSDAY,
By order of J. M. Vlvns, K-m., nd
mlulstrator of the estate of .lose do
Kreltas, deceased, I will sell at Public
Auction, at my salesroom, Queen
SATURDAY, Dec. 17, '98,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
I. Loose of premises on Kinau or
Luso street, between Alapal and
Miller streets, opposite the residence
of Mr. Reed. There are two cottages
on too property, renting at ?-l per
month. Uround rent to April, 1UU1,
S.17.60 nor year; ground rent to April.
1900, $10 por year, llulldlngs Insured
Jl. incase or nremises on runcu-
bowl street, above Emma street, op
posite School street. There Is n build
ing formerly used as n store on this
property; will rent for about $12 per
mouth. Ground rent 815 per annum.
Lcnso expires Oct. 17th, lOW.
III. Outstanding accounts amount
ing to 270.b0.
Winn the very btst Bicycle produced In America l
quoted at 50, you may be sure that roc4 bottom has
been reached. I venture to predict that an end has
come to those annual reductions thathaveso demoral
ized trade. Only the finest of equipments, with rigid
economy of management, can produce such a marvel
ol cheapness as a standard American Ulcycle al the
prices quoted In advance lor 99. Do not look (or any
more sweeping reductions. Capital must have lair
returns, and the American artlian will have good
A lew more second hand Dikes at $u, also New
Guaranteed B'cyctes at $10; only a lew left,
Bicycles kept in running order and punctures re
paired at Si per month Ntcalrs for all Bicycles at
UAILEY'S HONOLULU CYClElty
231 King Street.
Notlco Is horoby ;;Iven that all out
standing accounts of II. W. Hop Wo, of
ICamaolo Kula, Maul, must bo paid on
or boforo tho 1st of Jnntt.iry, 1899.
Othorwlso satno ill bo placed for collec
tion. iooo-3t 11. Y. nor wo.
Oberz Dam Pfnusse;
Feinste Basler Lebkuchen from
the confectionatyof Heinrich
Haberlein, Nurnberg, Ger
many; Pitted Olives, from France;
Crescent Olives, from France;
Weisbaden Stuffed Prunes;
Glace Fruit from Paris;
Figs, Pressed, from Smyrna;
French Marrons Glace (Chest
nuts in Vanilla Syrup);
Christinas Tree Ornaments;
Live Trees from the forests of
Northern California, to ar
rive per Australia, order
Then there are Bon Bons for
fun and favors not always
for children we thought of
you, too, and your dinner
Kuests. Oh I the fun you
can have with these snap
pers I ::::::: :
Melange in Syrup, from Ger-
S. R. & J. C. Motts' New
York Celebrated Sparkling
Lowney's Chocolate Bon Bons
you know what they are;
Drawing Room and Christmas
Candles, all colors;
Dressed Turkeys on ice from
Cape Cod Cranberries.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
Wholesale aud Retail
Dealers lu - -Staple
P. O. Box 207.
Onrpontoring, Cabin Making,
-: 722 Fort street.
-AII kinds ol Jobbing faithfully and promptly
The Bulletin, 75c per month,
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