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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, WW. rC tT-jil.WJ-.,V'M n & ",";-, i '-. J , , hV .."". f"- . -' f r- i tUHHiliSki ' MMr f"l MM " y v tu r. in nY r Jt0 ti fe. Y1 ' '! tit 1 1 IE U The H QUARABWIB WANTS. a pnes s Factory Of .: : : rZz'Ui- In It" t' turn i mil bi initrtid at ifttntt KrvS aliniinl ituiiiu; to n(i MConiinw tiox: to ttnlt a with and o eittti a mwlb. Ibti it tbi ! tbtiftit itrJwfii tvtr cjtttj III ficplt of Honolulu. ,,c- And Office R.COLLINS JS SIXUAIl-D N THE Lincoln iock, King street, WANTED. WANTBIl-A rooJ, cmctkiiIc HOY. l!. orTte Appy al 1410 8H1PP1RC lflTULlIfifiBOfi FmaJJitional bnipping ftw srt ttvcntli pK VOUNO MAN wants, situation ol any ktnj A3- N'HAU Al.AKIiA. v.-vy Orders Any utiltfa vt-.truMiil t" iiv v. ill . .vhc prompt attention n'rwuiy booked ill Iv ili-liv. ri i fr-m' It u C. H. COLLINS, Lar&etft Manufacturer of Harness urul Ho'c Goods in the Islands. IVlcyh'Hit.' No. so-'. P. O. B' N". 507. f! it crui-rM 1 'r-xs-Ji.ioi-f!1. -ri-Kw js-izZilt Lubricating Oilss Will be us.l v-y fr :l v f ir ill . t i .1 8 111 iths s) we wWi again to cjII th iitcnllo .r a!l mill 11111 nnJ u."s of 1111 :!itnery to our TROPIC I.UHRICA I INil OILS. I!iv vers IV- linn J In-, been used on these Isl ands niiil t ich s hi th .1 mh 111 J li:i Iilta!? I i 'hit this year we have hid to but .1 a spjcial oil wahvn it Ki' lak'j.H Inld the hundreds of 1 "turret of nils we have lo ctr.v i;it k'k Tio.'ii- Cvllnder, Engine, Ma chine, I lynnnii '.'i 1 Or! k Oil ,ir. ill n i.s v ti w.i it If you want every thing 1 1 run smoothly. Benton Boiler Compounds... I'hl. compound i,o itirely vegct.ib! , c nialns u nil or add, it being a natural preservMl've fr Iron o - tee!. It lot the wale in the boiler and KMiu.i ly Jr ms smi'. After 111, ballei tic.iini cl.i:i, the Compound, if tisl a.orJin, t'i Jire-tmi'. will Keep the scaV f-iriiin.? properties of the water i 1 th form of vili, i . ..: ; cn.U'iit, an J IIk Killer c m be ltept clean, and the s tte- f -11 ! i,i.v,i-. of siij vr -r in b'b'i vi ontiu th form ofimi.1. I: is.ih.v.it si., of flights it .i. vtem Hid Ueep clean any bjilr. t' it-, -rid .iii !urcl 0:1 trial no piv If 11 it satisfactory. Pi Miufs, 'A'.iit r:ni. m-s lvi!in?.'rs' t uK .1 1) 1,1 'i-s of all kinds. dresi It. Il liuiltlln, 1UN0 Mxiuair choi dr"A. 2." thlsoifla1. UH-lw) VOUNG Ma.1 win's choir t'urnltlic I Room. Ai POSH ION WANTUD Curlcal work trcp.iiei. i.n.nM l. rltipncv. Sodnt&h At,l Lnclisll fliltnitv Iijto ttnrrtl tittr , tle lnolc4c ana unple irt trenccs. objt'Ctlnn to M.mii.1 or any ot tt-.e IfJ nJj. AJJte KNLIU'ihilClJ llulleiln, ini-m WANTED Mtnlo know thai they can t hivci by awhile brbr lot Mitn.i at II. JtllS, 6ij'A I orl tret. opp. Club Slabltt- laoi?'tf WRITING AND ACCOUNTING HONE -.-.curat-ly; noJrtarat. MR. MUM, cat l'eopiS Exrrtu Co.: or General Dtllvtry.l'. O. iw'-ll .OMPETtNT GURMAN GIRL WANTIil) lr V- Rccral homework an care ot chlljrcn. Relei nct mulrtJ Apply G. M Hullttln iiflice life) FOR SALE PR SALE-A fro high-cade upright PlANt) ilmntl 1 w. mti, N ol J at nnv trice AdJn ii J. L.I' (). II lW. '4 8'H FOR SALE $60 Cleveland bicycle tor $jo. ArpiV II. OSSIG. DULLtTIN ofllce, 404-if FOR SALE 100 live (at Turkeys and jcolht'-U Rooslerf. reailv to be dellvcrcd.ln any tart ill the city. J. N.WKIiHT. Telephone Sj6. InlortnJence Park, I 140I-3W PR SALE CHEAP; t second-hand phaeton, t second-hind wiRon, 1 second-hand bugey. Apply to F h.VIDA at Union Feed Co. ' 1,00101 1 COR SnLE-LANDS in all parts OF THfi. r CITY. DvJ.M.VVAS. i I COR SALE-DEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU r VALLEY. Address Box 71). P.O. MT1 rtj PR SALE A new COTTAGE ot eight rooms and bath: grounds nicely laid out; stabl and out' houses. , One lot iji uj: water laid on; ornamental trees, etc One comer lot. nx 115. Alt on Colleite street. For further particulars apply 19 W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite Saloon "- TO LET. TO LET New Cottages at Punihou, nearly com pleted, ready to occupy January 1st, 1900. Several Cottages on Kings not (ir from town en car line. A Residence at Walklkl on the beach, Immediate possession given, Arply to " WILLIAM SAVIDGB. No. iia Fort street. CURNISHED ROOM-Only $6 a month. Private tamlly, tib Vineyard st red, 3 doors Queen Hotel I iios-im THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort Si. tlcst rooms and attendance In city. m 1 1 0. HALL k Gov. ForM and &m -vszi. MV-.i-'w: r---cr 55rS3S -i r if a m til P TrT ' ; fe. 5 j!ttr'- --tcrsrj. fc s-i .Jf:iaut.xK FOR SALE CHEAP! On Easy Terms. BUILIiB LOTS AT PAWAA. Tfii.s ik-sirabk' property, bouink-il by lka'tnnia, I'linalvm and Kin;1 strtft., on the town Mik'nf the M:Cilly Homestead, is now oliVivd for sale. The 1 xtensioii if Younjr, stroet passes tiirouh the liol. An arteshiii well on the prciiiis supplies the purest water. 'I he hrv.cs from Manoa valley renJer the locality e.lremely healthfiil. The prop, its is on the line of ears, umlMheKapul Transit ears 11ll run lurniu;. ir by it. There is no better or more reiineil neinhborhoxl in Honolulu. . Fw terms, etc.. apply to !. WUNDHNBERCl, At J. A. .MajiO'iuS olTice, next to O. Ur to J. UGH .TOOT, on the adjoining premises. 1411 CARRIAGE, WAGONi AND STRUCK Repairing, Piling, Tinning iiml lanufiicliir Mm Itnrseshoeitif; a. Specfalt.y. Agency liubbei Tiie Wheel Company. HAWAIIAN CARRIAGRMANUFACTURING CO. Quein Suett near Fort. 1 128 h YOURS Vop Cameras YOURS foi Pictures YOURS for Kodaks YOURS for Films, and YOURS for Business AH the Time. -120 Fort Street. FOR NEW YEAR FINE MINCE, CRANBERRY, SQUASH AND LEMON PIES. Fancy Cakes. Place your orders for delivery early. LOVE'S BAKERY, Telephone 230. BY AUTHOBITI. Deirni'tment of Public In struction. Honolulu, December 30th, 1899. Upon advice of the Board of Health the following schools In this District will remain closed until further orders, viz: Normal, Kauluwela, High, Kalulani. KHunuhapili, lkretanla street, Kaakopua, Royal, Kakruko, Kmma street, Kawalhad, loliukalii'i. and the Night Scluol. All other scIm-M will open on Tuesday, January 2nd. Hy order of Hie Mh Istcr of Public In struction. C. T. KODGERS, 141521 Secretary. No lice. DI-:iAKI'AU:Nv Ot: IINANCE, Honolulu, II. I., Drc. 29, 1S99. 'I he Minister of Finance d-'lres to draw theaU'iitlon of importers to th; urgent neces-lty ot removing, asti -w' mslyas pisdlble, goods imrniir 1 lo-n .-! ,u and Island parts. Tlu' i-la. tn.it U .v. : ioned by leaving rio.Is u.nii tlu wlir. is a s:rio;is detriment to the public '. "ss, an 1 tit; Minister frvl omliienl Hi.' no furlliei notice will Is? required I 1 iify the piesent cimne-ted "tite of t'ie h irvts S. M. DAMON, I4i53t Minister of Finance AUMVALS. Sunday, Occ. 31. Jnp, Htior. Hongkong Mnru, Kilmer, 11 V ilnva from Yolioliainn. ivlth nao- .rreogcrs and CSS tons ot mcrclmndlso lu 11. illlCKlOKl vo. Stnir. Nllhau, TUompsou, from La lialnu. btmr. Walalcalo, Grccno, from Kn pau, wtth 1.2S0 bags sugar to W. O. Irwin & Co.; 2,000 bags sugar to C. Hrewcv & Co. PASSENGERS UlIcIVED. Krora Hawaii porta, per atmr. Klnnii', Dec. "0. Frank Godfrey, Miss M. I.co, Mi33 M. Payne, J. O. McConclilo, S. MlnlkUchl, Kong Taug Chang, Miss M. Melnc, Miss II. I.fshman, Miss I.uey Want, Geo. J. 'Wngner, J. W. I.. Marshall and CG deck passengcra. From Yokohama, pei Htmr. Hong kong Maru, Dee, 21 1). Knshlwnbarn, Volchl Abo. From Maul ports, per stmr. Claiul Inc, Jau. 1. Walter A. I.owrlo and bride, Mra. A. do Urettcvllto and two children, .T. II. Battersby, II. Fcruan den, Wm. nydor, F. O. Palmer, f. nogcrs, J. F. May, P.ev. I). H. Lahllahl, C.'Ynk'nam, A. Garcia, A. Enon, Jr., J. R. Keudry. 1 Kohulu! Shipping. Walluku, Dec. 20 Tho Wilder" a. S. Co.'s new steamer Kalulani, Captain Jacobscn. arrived at Kahulul last rhursday after n smart run of ulna days from the Golden Gato with a full cargo of general mercbandlso; no pas sengers, Aftor unloading cargo next week, tho Kalulani will proceed to Honolulu to got an Hawaiian registry, .13 alio Is now flying the American flag. Tho Kalulani Is a wooden steamer of 223 tons register and is constructed after the model of tho stcamor Hawnll. Tho American schooner Meta Not- son arrlrcd at Klhel today with 11 full- cargo of lumber for tho Klhel Planta tion Co. Her captalu will como over to Kahulul noxt Tuesday to enter his vessel so as to got a permit to dis charge. Tho bark D. I". Sander left today In ballast for Port Townsend. The survcyshlp Pathfinder will leave next week for Hllo. Weather: Rainy all over the Isl and, Hana and Laualna especially, during yesterday and today. Very lit tle rain at Httclo and Makawao dis tricts yesterday. Old residents expect a veritable old fashioned "Kona" In a few days, If the weather does not clear up soon. Jas-P-Morgan AUCTIONEER AND BROKERsz tt 33 Queen Street THEORPHE FAMILY THEATRE. ''& '' SEASON OF GRAND AND-COM1C 'V OPERA Vjv. - : - ma THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR JAS. F. MORGAN. m nx-Ausiialia. The Boston Lyrics. Amorita was produced by the Hos ton Lyrics to a large and ploased attdl- onco last .Saturday night. Miss Stanton was, na usual, In good form and receiv ed considerable applause. Kach note waa tibly sustained by the other mem bora of tho company, and, taklug It all In all tho opera was a great success. Ermlnlo will bo given this evening to what will bo tho best house of the flcanou, thoro having been a large ad vance sMe of seaU. NEW TO-DAY '-.at;., -..,.. . ' X.I If Boston Lyric Opera Co, HI ' ,' "A Saturday Matinee and Night, Dec. 30 "AMORITA." " .'' - Popular Prices, 50c, 75c., nnd $1. tST Smoking strictly prohibited during the present opera season. Telephone No. 540. Box Office open at 10 a. m. Kona Sugar Co. Delin quent Notice. Notice is hereby given that Assessment No. 6 of 10 percent on the Assessable Stock of the KONA SUGAR CO., be comes delinquent January 2nd, 1000, Payment of ali assessments In arrears must be made at once. F. W. McCHESNEY, 1414'iw Treasurer. Maunalel Sugar Co.. Ltd., Assessment Notice. The fourth assessment of 10 percent (f 10 per share) on the Assessable Stock of Company will be due and payable at the office of Gear, Lansing & Co., on January 1st. tooo, 'and delinquent January 31st, 1900. A. V. GEAR, Treas. Maunalel Sugar Co,, Ltd. , 14.0'ivv BSjr. i Klhel Assessment. The Fifth Assessment, 10 percent or $5 ' per share, on the assessable stock of the KIHEI PLANTATION CO., Ltd., will be due and payable at the office of Alex ander & Baldwin, Judd Building, on Thursday, January 2nd, 1000. J. P COOKE, Treasurer Klhel Plantation Co. Honolulu. Dec 20, 1899 1409-iot PION E 1 Biding Loan Association. Tin! I'L'irnl.ir Monthly Moutlin: rf tho Flouovr ltulIiUiiK ami Loan Association will bo hold at tho Cliiiinlior of Com- tnorco nn TUKSDAY F.VKNING, Jn. Stiil, 19W. nt 7:50 o'clock. Payments aro rermircti 111 goui jiii A. V. fiKAR. So.irf llttj A. V. GEAR, .Seeretnry. I44'iw Notice. Nuuanu St. A dividend Is due and payable to the stockholders! of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.", Ltd., at their office, Queen stieet, Saturday, December 30th, 1899. The stock books of the Company will be closed to transfers on that day. N.E. GODGE, 1414- w Secretary. Xmas'lrets I li-hanj English H.illv an 1 llenies f fhe-n Mistletoe Cauliflower. Celery, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Rutabagos, Chestnuts, Frozen Oysters, Eastern and Cal. Cheese (In Foil Cheese Neuchalet Camembert Fromage de Brie, Fancy Navel Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, Fancy Apples, Pine Apple and Swiss Cheese Chickens, Geese and Turkeys. Vhe largest and most complete assort ment of CANDIES ever brought to Honolulu. Gruenhagers Choc Bon Bons. DR. SINCLAIR WILL RESUME PRACTICE 0-. Jan. 1 sin. on School street, betwesn Emma and Fort. !Houri: o-io a. m., 24 P. ni , 7 !' '. Sundays 9-10 a. m. '4'Q Pacific Import Co. (INCORPORATED), aPKOGKEBIBSS BLOCK. ii ! ' Twomore niatchod teums Just ncelv. ed ox-lrwln. Club Rtabltw, Fort st. Ontofflanila! A Complete History of THE CAMPAIGN OF THE VOL unteer troops -in the Philippines, with an Ac count of their first Re ception in Honolulu. Superbly Illustrated. 1BNRY MAY & CO. Ltd, Stores Bethel Street. 1407-tf The Bulletin classifies its ads, Re sultsmall advertisers get a square deal. ,.A Limited Number on Sale at 2$ ..cents eacn Dy Wall, Nichols Co., Thrum's BookStorb, Hawaiian News Co., Golden Rule Bazaar, H. W. Jordan. SPECIAL TOWEL SALE!' We have ust opened one of J the largest shipments of Turkish I Towels ever received by any one house in Honolulu. Our own im Lj portation direct 'from the loom. ' Our prices on Towels are the " . ' lowest, and we offer great values - for TEN DAYS only. Boarding Houses, Hotels and Bathing Places we can supply . with any quantity, and special Ca prices will be made. . ' 250 dozTiSSSKt 12Lc Rc7",cc , 150 doz Towlilf St 20c Reeur'l ' 100 dpz xowiisSt 25c Regular price ,? 35c. ' PACIFIC IMPORT CO. S. EHRLICH, Manager, mm& - Jaim f' . 'i.".".:""!:" ':if V 1 jM&k&i.