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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 17, 1809.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
By the "Nuuanu":
Trop.c ringine and Cylinder Oil, Tropic Dynamo Oil,
Pitih, Waste, Wheelbnrrows, Lanterns, Handles all kinds ;
Shovels, Picks and Mattocks, Hoes, Water Pipe, Bar Iron,
Gahanized Sheet Iron, Road Scrapers, Pipe Fittings Galvan
ized and Black; Fodder Cutters, Turpentine, Benzine, Metalic
Paint, Wrapping Paper, Steel, Oakum, Sheathing Felt, Nails,
Spikes, Staples, Wire, and about everything else that should
come to a well reirulated hardware store.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and ivinc: Sts.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK 'aPWs
Paid I p
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Am Sue'rCo.A -- 00015
AmSuCo.p'J up ?.ooo tjwxi
Ewa IMant'n C ,o,ooao.oix voixi.onoiS' '
HimiMlManUi, u5.axjt.tw ti,
Maw n Ct Co 5. J'00" 5Jo,auu 4
Maw n Stiff Cn tm,oooo.cooj 1 jo.oov
MonnmtJ C jo,oia j,k jamuu
Hom.k.11 S Co t.jo,orjoio,cMi, i,io,o.
Matku SiiirarCo 5.ooJ J-4! sk.
KahukulM'nG. sa.bod j.otW ,ouu
Kulo.1 SuiarCo , . joooo
Klpahuli llCo ibo.noo l6o ifcowrt
Oahu Auej'b'ri o-wootJ 6,000
OjtiuS (p'Jup) 1 800,00018000 iIv-j.j.im'
tokalaSpnCo .oou y,
Olitwalu Com' iso.oo I.5-. ij'v
Pacific Su Mill mui! J.OOO .wi
Pala Plani'n Ci f9u.aoo ?.? ?$o.ot.
Prkni Su Co ??o,oi' nui ?5o.o i
PiuneerMIII Co t.wt.OdOll.ttO l.wf.oool
Vailuku Su Co; T.oot ?,wi ian,ouc
Wilder S S C-
Inter-Is S N Co
llaw'n Eire Co.
Mutual Tele Co
" " n'd up
SW OOO 9.UOO
sn,oo J ooo
io C llnmir KOi
(In llnnull Cliurrhfi.
Early iu December I'Apnikon
plantation hnd moved nt its own
expanse, the old church nt Ono
moa Io Kalaoa whoro there is now,
iiuito a lnrge settlement. The de
dication look place on Chriritmns
tiny, the Uevn. 0. AW Hill nud S.
h. UosIih olliciiitio". Xo notieo
o the oveut ha? heretofore heon
published in any of the inland
A ehapel, a lirnuch oE Haili
church, Hilo, is now in process of
construction nt Ilniheo. "When it
is iinishod, IU. S. L JJoalm will
reaeh there Sunday
.,. . ,. .,.., was rciiiBed on account of the
iilection o unicers. regulation ngaiunt consumptives.
At a spe:Lil iiieetine, of the stixUholders Young noxt wont to the Sailors'
of the Pacific H.irJw .ire Coinp.inv, Limited, Homo but was also refusod there
held this day, the follow hit; officers were llo appealed to, tho Swedish .Con
elected, all of whom reside In Honolulu : sul but could get uo hoi) there on
H. I'. Dlllliudiaiii, President. account of his claim to American
J.is. Gordon Spencer, Vice-President and citizenship, lie went to the Am
Secretary. i orican Consul and could obtnin uo
I.. E. Pinkltani. Tre.isurer ,inJ M.-nuser. relief in that quarter because lie
W. .. Giah.im, Auditor. ' had no papors to show such citi-
( ico. S. I l.irrk, lr Assistant lre.i-.urer.
Who with the following named consti
tute the Hoard of Directors : M. P. Pob
Inson, O. S. Gilbert. J. L. Torbert.
JAS. GOPDON SPENCliK,
Honolulu. Januarv u, l.Ve;- iliS-.it
I lirivhv L'Ke notice that I have this dav
nIu''m l'-J? !' 1i1l1r.l!.Ii1r t"f,;iCn.n,1,Tnn'Co,,Por ! b called in. Ho'
""L'hl'iV'.N-.h.0 IV :'. ",' L ' lV"',t X" i BlBtcd that tho caso wa, hr,nolpa.
iLcmuila iviiik vy siiu siuic uy iu j.inuuiy
i, i&w, anJ all accounts owing to said
store will be collected by me.
Having sold my branch tore at I lulu
'aloa, N. Kon.i, Hawaii, to T. Sliib.iy.inia,
I hereby give notice that said I . Sliiba
V.una assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will collect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIAilMA.
January ist. 1899. ni2-2
I lie r-usinessot I'. J. voelier will not ki
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voelier,
without a written order from tile under-'
JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'g'r and Att'y In Pact for P. J. Voelier.
Honolulu, Januarv 10, i&jy. 1 1 14-1111
A PINE RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, new
and modern 5 large grounds In good style,
150 feet frontage on l.unalllo street i a
beautiful home. Por particulars see
W. E. HIVENS,
liij-im 315 Port St.
& SON, Ltd,
BRYAN AND JACKSON DAY.
Ccmtlmii'il from l'tic l.
council chamber. Ho suggested
mat ruimutnropy anu live per
cent1 would go hand in hand in
tho now venture.
The.su nro the two arguments
which are always used in favor o
conquest. Philanthropy and five
per cent. The one chloroforms
tho conscieueo of tho conquoror
mid tho other picks the pocket of
. Sotuo say that philanthropy
demands that wo govern tho Fili
pinos for their own good, wbilo
others "nssort that wo must hold
the islnnds becnusn of tho pecu
niary profit to bo derived from
them. I deny tho soundness of
both arguments. Forcible mines
atiou will not only bo criminal
ncgression (to borrow Mr. 51c
Kiuley's language of a year ago)
but it will cost raoro than it is
worth and tho whole people will
piy the cost while a few will reap
all the benefits.
Still weaker h tho nrimtnent
based upon roligioua duty. Tho1 AMATEUR
Christiau religion rests upon the ;PHOTOGRAlllHHSi
doctrine of vicarious suffering You have here in Honolulu .in opportu-
and ntouemeut; tho colonial po-nlty sucha is seldom oftereJ to von in
licy rests upon tho doctrine- of 'any city in the world.
vicarious enjoyment. The Best Da,,k Room
xo n.Acn t mi: ix.
C'ii h of
Manager Azbill of tho Quoeu
hotel reports a very sud case of a
man Nils Young by namo who
Crime hero not long ugo, Vouug
was born iu Stockholm, Swodon,
but claimed to be a naturalized
American, although he had no
papors to show that ho was such.
Young was a sufferer from con-
(dtornoous. sumption, uo applied tor adnns
isiou to tho Queen's hospital but
Ah a last resort, ho wont to the
Queen hotel, telling Mr. Azbill
that ho would die iu the street if
uo holp wero given him. I'ouug
was lakeii in nud troated in the
1 best manuor possible. Tho poor
follow diod nt 7 a. in. today. Tho
funeral will take place this after-
nnnn Prnvlima li lunlli fir
stated that tho case was hopeless.
Ueforrmg to tho mattor, Mr.
Azhill spoko ns follows: ''It is a
crying shame that there is uo
provision lioro for eolisumptives.
Every man who comes into the
country pays in tho money ho
hnndsover for his ticket, two dol
lars for tho Biek fund. Why is a
part at least of this money not
used for tho poor consumptives.
Thero was talk of building a
ward at tho Queen's hospital for
coneumpliveB but, in a talk I had
with Dr. Cooper, ho pnvo it ns his
opinion that thoro was no very
promising outlook for such a
place. This is a thing thnt ought
to be looked into by the peoplo of
Honolulu nud I only hope that
tho case of Nils Young will call
30 mo pooplo into action."
T, C. Cooke, tho surveyor, has
gone back to Hilo to attend to his
work with E. D. Baldwin.
I VVf (r It-it cdlumn utU imttUtt &t uxtnl
)V2 Alintpttl insertion; io tents seeouJ intet-
lion, lOi'tnttattttkaitJ weetitt a montt. Itittiltc
I eteafest aJurtiitijf ever offered the people of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a Vt llMnfecllnR
' Machine rut In wiur clot or cestpool. anJ
sue sickness California 1'eeJ Co.,Acents, 1069-im
WHITE dlHL WANTS I'l.ACE (or orklnC r
houttwnrk. AJJre.x M I). thU oflice. 1119-11
VAANTI-D-THOAWI) AND HOOU InrrUatefamlly
VV by woman etnploe.l during the da AJdrts
II, this ofhee. litS-ll
PURNISHLU ROOMS (or Gentlemen, near Thomas
1 Square, with electric lights. AJJress O. K
Dulletln. 1 100-1 m
WANTED-Several SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu .Mestencer Selce, Corner King ani
Alakea streets. io6;.(
VlANTED 500 Men to Ret ShateJ (or 15 cents, at
V 619JS Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
iojt-tf II. JEFI S, I'rorrletor.
THE PUI1LIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis. Col
' lege, St. AnJrens Priory, Oahu Prison, Oaliu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. CalKurnla
1 cetf t-o., Agents. icq-im
FOR SALE The buihllnjr. and lot sit Alakea street,
known as the ALAKI.A IIOl'SE Appl In nstner,
WM WALL nn premises ni8-tl
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN LSOINE In rerlect
order. Apply to II. U. Illart, Tort St. noi-tl
COR SALE-HOOKS ON MODERN' LACE, at
1 Mrs Hanna's.
I A TWO-MANUALand IVdsl Hass RrLDORfiAN
I " Suitable (or chapel or residence, llercstriim
J Music Co., Tort street. 1(4?
BEST crnt meal In town. Try It and be Con
vlnctd. Llnd's Esrelslor Restaurant. ion.
I OST-A GOLD PIS with a DIAMOND In the cm--
ter; betcrn Walkalululu HrlJge and Alapal Si,
Return to this oilier. ltuS-zm
PASS-HOOK LOST.-Pass Hook on?. In (avnr
olWm. Craw fur J, has been Inst. Under will
recelse suitable reward by leavlnc same at the nfiice
ol the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE SEWS. noa-tl
A LIFE, (rom not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Insourhouses. Chluro-Narthnleum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California I'red Co.,
TO LET rUHNISIIEDIIOl'SI centrally l.icatvd.
to let (or ali)ut l months No children. Ad
Jress P. II. M . P. O. Hox 401 nu-tl
WE RENT the West DISINriXTINO MACHINl'.S
and keep them in order, (or a small monthly
rental. California I'eed Co., Agents HAj-im
P.OUND-SlKma Chi ColleR I'raternlty PIN. Same
1 can be had by calling at this office and paslng
cost o( advertisement.
Wla-t a. Snap !
CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIE!
Within 1,500 Miles
ls.it voiir disposal, l:REE OF CHAKOL-,
while I am ever ready to assist you when
eer my professional advice may lie of ser
vice. The developing and finishing that I
do for you will he Riven mv own personal
attention, and will be guaranteed the best
in the city. Be sure and have your plates
or films developed before leaving the Isl
ands, as they deteriorate rapidly in this
climate, and voii might loe them all.
Come and see me. 'Io come once is to
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rdiiiiih .1 mid -, I.osc Iiiill(lin.
United Chinese Society.
At the regular meeting of the United
Chine- Society, held on the ird instant,
the following were declared duly elected
as officers of the Corporation for the ensu
ing year, vi. :
President Yim Quon.
Vice-President Cliu Gem.
Secretary Chang Kim.
Assistant Secretarv l.eong Pak l.iim.
I'reasurer Kee Kan.
Assistant Treasurer l.o Den Kill.
Secretary of United Chinese Socletv.
Honolulu, H, I., lot li January, ittjo.
The Schooner Waialua
(Pnrmerly the Lena I.) Is offered for sale
cheap. She Is four years old, and built
completely of oak.
Registered tonnage, 27.
Will accommodate 12 men.
Prelght capacity, 55 tons.
l-or further particulars apply to
uio-lt Water Front.
Notice Oi Letise Bought.
Chun Clice desires to inform the publU
that he did, tin the 2nd dav of January,
i&W, buy the lease of Yong Choy which
includes all the vegetable crops, three
hor.ses, a i.art and a wooJen building at
Waiehu, Maui. 1 1 io-t
Is a splenJIdly cqnlppd rsUblMiment. It has col."
tfous Jrht-rs, line horses, ani rul'ber-llretJ,
Itlitg ii Telephone ati I
Diamond Hwid Bljnml Station, Jan
IT, 1 i in AVeathcr liany, wind fri-ih
Weather Dtirenu, l'unaliou, Jan 17.
Temperature Morning minimum,
(t'Ji Midday maximum, 77.
JJnrt)muter, 0 a in, .",0.17 rdeadv.
Hiilnfnll, do, n.0.1 In.
Humidity at 0 a m 73 iiercent.
Monday, Jan 10.
llr lk Woollnlira, Itarncfon, for
Tuesday, Jon 17.
Stmr Klnati, Clarke, for Maui and
St in i' Kamtl, Uriilin, for Laliulnu
at 4 ni.
Stmr Wnlaleale, Green, for Ilaim
lel and Kllauca at 4 p in.
fitmr W G Hall, Haglunil, for 'n
wlllwill, Ilunamaulu, Koloit, Kleele
and HaiiiiDepc at 5 p in.
St m r Claudiiie, Cameron, for Maul
porl", nt " p m.
Stm i Kllohana, Thoiiip'oii, for
Wuimciiiit 4 p m.
VESSELS I.EAV1XO TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for regular
,M:ml portH nt l p in.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho S C Allen has hauled out
into the stream.
The fishing Bclioouor Malolo
sailed yesterday for another
catch off Molokai.
It has boon dooided to send out
tho Kilohana to Waitnca this
aftornoon at 1 o'clock.
Natives demonded doublo pay
from the "Tacoma" people this
morning on account of the event
of this holiday.
The Kinau sailors woro nil in n
very hilarious Btntc this foronoon.
It was hard work to got enough
mon to attend to the regulur
duties aboard ship.
For Maui aud Hawaii ports, par
stmr Kinau, Jan 17 Mrs
O'ltourke, J A MehrtQu. A B
Doak, Mr Walters, A Riohley nnd
wife, Geo Dull, Itev S L Desha, S
Deckor, Albert White. J A Mc
Candlees, II E Waity, G Col
Hub, H E Coopor, A W Clark, 0
Whitehead, F J lloel, E L Cut
titic, Miss M l'uuoha, ltev T D
Garvin, C E Egau, C H Brown,
C C Hoffman and wife, N K
Lyman, W W Jones, Tom Clark,
Mrs Laekov, Mrs 0 Furueaux,
0 Bellina, H S TowDseud, Q U
Berrey, T B Walker, C B Gray,
T H Hughes, Geo Goodacru, Ilev
H Kihara, Mies Whitney, L
fl'hurston, A Cropp.
The Hawaiian Mercantilo Agen
cy's report for the Lifteon days
oudiug Jan. 1G, gives the follow
ing record o arrivals and depar
tures at Honolulu;
, Coiiiluc t'i Hin AuatrallH.
Fresh frozen oysters, cold stor
age turkeys, geese nud ouickons,
fancy celery, cauliflower, apples,
lomous nnd oranges, California
cabbage (both red and white),
California rutthaga, sweot apple
cider, teudor Jucy hams, light
breakfast bacon, crisp crackers
and cakes, fresh orenU, a complete
line; mild, uew cheese, cream
cheeso in foil, creamery buttor.
You'll fiud thain at Watcrhouso's,
Waverloy block, Bethel street.
ciu;i:iti.N(; kou wi:vi.i:h.
Midrid, Jan. 7. Gonoral Woy
lor, the former Captain Gonoral of
Cub', gave a bimtpiet yesterday
oveuiug to Fourteon geuoral and
admirals and a uumber of other
Tonslsto the regeneration of tho
country aud the reform iu tho
army and navy were drunk.
Tno quests made a spoeuhes in
which they expressed tho hope to
shortly bpo General Weyler iu
Noted Pollen Ctilrf lieu, I,
St. Louie, .Ian. 7. Lawrence
Hnri'icau who for many yeara wos
one of tho bct known chiefs of
police in this country, died todoy
ns tho result of a complication of
diseases, acpd (io years. He- was
bom in Ireland, June IS, 1834.
Ho came to New York when 14
The Kalihi harbor expedition is
uolorred tor a weelc at least.
That's w hat you get when you buy II EY WOOD'S
SHOOS. Hut your money's worth In shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think it does ; some dealers don't even give
that. To good leather we add good workmanship, correct style,
perfect fit, absolute comfort to the wearer.
We give polite, careful attention to every customer. It takes a
little more time, but it makes good friends.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Siox of Tin: liia Snoi:,
RECORD OF TRREE MONTHS.
Continued from Pago 1,
of tho firm. This was tbo greatest
business enterprise of the universe,
becauso its head was nbovo all
principalities and powers. As to
tho business it was doing, if tho
same progress was made, in the
coming century, as bad been tbo
past eighty years, tho close of tho
twentieth century would find tbo
whole world included in tbo firm.
An allusion whs in ado to tho work
that association was doing in tbo
right lino of tho enterprise. It
was an ardont hope of the spcakor
that he micht live to see the
churches open day aud night, for'
imparting benefits, physical and 1
mental ns well as moral, upon !
men in opposition to the dovil's '
schools tho Ealoons. As part
ners in the enterprise woro
nnmed Paul, Luthor, Knox, Wcs
loy, Gladstone, Lincoln, Garfield,
William McKinley and others. ,
A delightful mandolin eoIo whs i
played by Professor Eames, nc-1
enmpanied ou the piano by Mrs.1
Ewing in perfect unison.
Mr. Coleman, in a few
closing remarks, urged up
ou members, friends and
supporters tho desirability of
definite ideas in carrying out the
objects of the institution. Uo
i.i I,.. i--ii
"Men," published at Cleveland,!
iui uuuiiti auu?i:ii)(iiiu xiuiui),1
he quotod tho Now Yoar message
of Sir Georgo Williams, founder
of the institution "Pray yo the
Lord of the Harvest that bo may
send mora laborers into his bar
vest." A social and refreshments fol
lowed. Klil N To The SlirrllT.
Cnplnin Haven of tbeBprtio Mi
nor tells of an experience he had
wbilo in the port of Kailua recent
ly. Ho put in thero with a cargo
of lumber nnd found thoro was no
Surveyor of Customs. Telephon- j
ing to tho Sheriff of Hawaii at Hi-
Io ho was told thnt a police otlicer .
would bo put aboard. This was
done. J. no next aay, tno oiierut
tolophoned to Kuilua nnd ordered
VJUJllilll JLM1VUU IVI IJ iu axuuitiui, u
distance of savonty-fivo miles, and
entor thero. Captain Haven refus
ed absolutely nud told tho Sheriff,
that Kailua being a port 01 entry,
thoro should bo 11 surveyor at thnt (
place. Then he telephoned to tho,
American Cousul, who seconded I
his action nnd told linn to romain.
Captain Havon was hero ou va
rious vessels during tho early days
of shipping here. He was at ono
timo muster of the 1). u. Murray.
Ho is a man well known by tho
kamnainas hero nnd is very popu
lar ulou" the water front.
m:w viuijioxt m:atou.
St. Albaus, Vt., .Ian. 7. Gov
ernor Smith today appointed Ben
jamin F. Fifield, of Montpolier, ns
successor to the late Senator Jus
tiu S. Morrill. Mr. Fifield was
tendered the position two days
ago, but ho wished to consider the
matter before making known his
decision to the governor. His an
swer was not roceived until today
aud the nppointmont followed.
Col. Whyte, agent for tho British-American
Lino, loft for Hilo
this foronoon to met tho Garonne,
due in Hilo four days hence.
Chinese and American
Combined Show S-:
1 o a rr.w Nir.iiTS only, at the
NfiW ChllieSe Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
SOL nr.KUNL'K . . Manager
txtraorjlnary I neactintnt of .,
American 3E30S-A- American
The California MaenttanJ Honolulu ravorltel
IS NATIVL SONGS I CIIINCSU SONGS I
AMEItlCAN SONGS 1
Hj J jo Pl.i) Inc. an J Dancing. Assisted by
13 l l i e A r m o n d !
The Great Comeilan, Impersonator anJ Dancer,
DON'T TAIL TO SCI! TIIE.M!
PRICES TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE :
AJulls . .
KeservcJ Seali In Private Duxes
January 17, 1899 !
Doors open at 6:jop. m., performance to start at
,7 p. m. ani dose at ii:)o.
' on&TciSi wS?"" M,e at ""allCMniNewi
1, I'arm at llamakua .. . ,,$ 7,500
4. 4 Lots at MaklM .. . . .... 3,500
). 7'j acres lana near town (,noo
4. 'S acre of ItnJ center u( lonn 4,500
5. A ti-yearlease4 collages 1,150
6. A4-roorn I.oJeIhk House, u-tcar lease j.ouo
7. Large lot at MalklUI io,ucn
8. 175 acres coffee lanJ, Kona J.coo.
0, 51 acres coffee lanj, K011.1, 'j plinteJ ... ,6,000
10. Lot !S acre near ton 1,500
11, Comcrlul cinicr of lon 9,500
ij. An 8-ear lease aiottages 1,000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PoBtofiMce Ltinc. - Honolulu.
Tbo band gave a concort ou tho
grounds of tho Executive bnilding
jy.A'itfto jwfflMi; m.$M!im& iiwi x&l m'ttfmm ;&-