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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 29, 1898. " '
I ROLL-TOP J
1 OFFICE J
In All Its
OBDWAY & PORTER!
Waverley Block. tt
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS. M
Destroyed a lot of our brooms lately,
but they have not yet done any harm to that big ship
ment of WIRE NETTING just received per "lolani."
We have all sorts of Netting now Green and Drab
painted, and Galvanized for mosquito-proof doors
and windows from the finest to the coarsest square
mesh, 2, 2 and 3 feet wide ; from A to 2 in. Hexagon
mesh, 3, 4 and 6 feet. Aost any of this netting will
keep RATS out of your house, and may be just what
you need. By the roll or yard, at the store of
E. Q. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sis.
As we hinted last week, rubhur of nil kinds lias nd
fiuired in price, with a prolmbility of still another jninji of
-ov. nil points. Until the stock on hand is exliansted,
TilKPKIOKOF HUUUER TIRES WILL XOT HE
11AJSED. GET YOUlt KUBKKIl TIHES XOW, IJE-5-ORE
WE ARE FOKOEI) BY 0IR0U3ISTAXCES
TO ASK YOU A HIGHER PRICE.
JS 3 1E3C XT DtVE j8l. 3T S8
Carriage und Harness Repository
Foirr ri".u:i:T, aiiovi: Ci.uh St.mim:s.
ftarrslaiiil orders promptly Hlleil.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is the only kind that we turn out from our
Special attention given to repairing Bicycles,
Typewriters and Piro Arms.
We have always guaranteed our work and
rg suau couiiimic 10 oo so.
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST.
II T) 17 S w
n 1 rk n 1 y 1
U II U i ?
1 " as 1 ill I 1 00 1
ITj'f.i in tbtt column aitf be inserted at ifccntt
r2 alinefirtt insertion; to cents tec in J inter,
tion, joeentiaucckanJioccnharontb I bit it the
. AMv it tvcitiittx eer offered the people of Honolulu.
OST-A lll'NCH Ol KEYS, heart Mure J key-L-
rinjr with six or seven ke Return to this office
anJ recehe reunrJ. 1054
IOST On morning of CXt 26. on Klnjr Mreet,
- COLD WALTftAM WATCH I inJer will be
reu irJcJ on returning to this office. 1051-lf
f OST-A Mir of goM SPECTACLES, either at
I J I Ish Market or on Tort street. Return same to
the Htiltetln offUe ata King street t04itf
A rURNISIICU COTTACiL. has a pallor. t beJ
t r"m Jrelnj? mom, Mih wltli patent closet
Jlninc rnum pamr anj kltchtn RrminJs nlccl) I.HJ
out with trull trr Arp) at 126 Ilcrctanla stttct,
oppoelte JiiJfc'f Stanley tcelJtncc io?-im
HOl'SC Contalnlnc three beJ-room, parlor, dln
IriR room panm kitchen and bath-room, at reir
of ,Mc')onaU reUence. termlnil o( tramway line,
WaiklKI Keohokalole & McCjrcw, ij Kaahutmnu
rAHLi; no and.
I'ADLL IICJAUD berelce iirt-cla (110 Alat.ea
;i'UNISIILI) KOOMS Hie Aloha, new .inJ Jain-
lilt turniheJ I lrt-iHj wiara, minima 51
YAf HT of at it ? ton. JeckeJ oer, thnrniighlt
oMthauleJ anJ palnieJ .1 complete ou.fit, In
1 1I11J re neu sal' rraJ) for ImmeJIale ile vilraMe
lor fUliin or pteivure Lar-laln I . Aluslier, steimer
Wauli ile 1 r ,Mi l.le Matlnc Rlllwn iojj-iw
JOI) SALI Vnoth.r lonlgnment t Arllliclil
j lowtrs. at Mrs H.tnna s
."'OK SAir I'lano. cxiellent lone. Utile umjJ.
' Alvi S I. .arj Ml ewlnE Midline. Apply
j?) Ueretajil.tstrttt opposite pumrlnR plant. 104O iw
CST oscent meal In town. Trj It ani be con
vince! Lin t I'xcelslor Kestaurant. 1041.
CIIOICT R'o. erics at moJe rate prices at llutch
Ings Growcr btore. I ort street 1041-im.
I70K SALF 1 io sprouteJ early-lrultlnir 'Mlcro
1 neslan COCOANUTS (ix Alomlnc Star). Also
I'alms I erns. preenhouse and heiJIne Plants It J.
KIIOULS ?i? King street, opposite Kawalahao Sem
TO purchase 1 pul'ets anJ cock ol black or barrcJ
WtanJottcs or Black Minorca. No tanc
prices AJJress VanJottc IIULIITIN ioj iw
POSITION fly a well eJucotcl iiiunc mm. Can
eh bestot reference X. Uullctln ollice 1050
WANTLD lllllS for OpenlnK and Cleaning
. stretts en Kalmukl Tract Apply to (il.Ak,
LANSINli & CO , no Klnu street. 1049
ANTl. I) Pictures of itirt or finish ol boat races
V at pcail Harbor bept. 10. AJJros A 1) C ,
liulletln office i 1041
TANTLD Masters anJ Mates to know thit Cap
I II tain Ue Greaves Is Rlvlnc; lessons In Naslita-
tion preparatory to examination by Local .Minne
Hoar J toja-im
"WANTLD soo Men to net ShaeJ for is cents, at
r 619 Port street, opposite the Club MaMes
nii.lf II HTf. Proprietor.
II. JLF.'S. Proprietor.
1 WANTS Are for the people, is cents a line first
V insertion 10 cents a line seconJ. 30 cents a
week, so cents a month. What more Jo ou W AN X
I pOUND-A SILVLK WATCH AND CHAIN Ouner
I can have same on rrovinz rropertv anJ pavlne
I for this aJtertlscment. by applylne at this office 1050
FOUND On Lmma street, near Rosal School. loJce
pin mjrkej S C. It 'In blue wllow anJ rej
I enamel SworJ Jeslfn Otner can hace same b
1 catling at this office nni ptylngcostof a J 1041-lf
WOLLDIIkeloexchani;ea boat for a tlcjcie AJ
1 JressJ C Hullellnoltice 1049-im
A GOOD III NTING DOG for a IIUGGY WoulJ
be w llllng to pa some cish L . Dulletln.
' A N Ai ICL CIILST for a HLDSTLAD. W.. llul
'II I Ju-t came to town with the folks Will sec
u at Klekapoos to-nlht AH Kulnp:
COOKS GAKDLNI KSanJI LMALfcbLKVANTS
Harlsrr shop. 16 lleretanla street lojj-im
MACHINIST WANTS POSITION b-st of refer
. ences Aurakaml's store, lleretanla st 1051 iw
MAN COOK-KoomC Kaumakaplll alley, off llere
tanla street, ich-iw
Tin: svoak .iiahivi:t.
Cetiitilfiiirnl CioeN Vi h llmirti'r Out mill
Ui-lliinl Mil lllslurbril.
Cistlf et Cooko'a ntlviv;ea from
Sun FruuoibOe) lmvo New York
sugar reiports only to tbn 20th
iuBt.. which stato that tho centri
fugal market whs uuclmnged. A
cargo of Java clue iu ten days sold
at ) I'ont, which it was cliuinul
toinporarily uhrcked tho advance.
For refined tho situation contin
ued the eamo and tho quotation
was ntill -1 72 ceiitH net N. Y.
San Francisco papers of tho
22nd give tho lulobt prico of cun
rifug nl bb cents. A Now Yoik
dispatch of tho 20th has tbo fol
lowing on tho refined situation:
Tho latest featuro of tho war
hetweou the competing sugar ro
flnint; iiitnrosts is tho announce
ment by the American sugar
it"fining Company that it's guaran
tees on pricps which have lately
been prevailing havo been with
drawn. Tho independent rofinors, head
ed by Howell efe Son, have followed
this announcement by a similar
announcement that thoy will no
longor guarauteo prices.
There were rumors is tbo trado
to-day that tho withdrawl of the
guarantees forecast further cutting
The Biillctin is a new spaper; it pub
lishes the news..
For aJJItlonal Shipping News see seventh pace.
Dltimonti Head Slrrnal Ktatlon. Ottt
20, 1 p m Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Ilurenu, l'unahou, Oct 20.
Temnerature iMornliiR inliiliiuini,
70: Midday nmxliutim, 8().
IJaromcter, 0 a in, 30.07. Hniiifnll,
1I0, 0.04 In.
Jlunildlty 05 icr cent.
II. 111. 11.111
Monday 2111.41 1.00
. I I Ip.tn.
Tuesday 2.5 1.00 12. 10
Wednesday.. ..0 1..19 1.33
Thursday 2" 2.20 2.10
Krlday 28 g.0 2.51
Satunlay 2!) 3.30 3.28
,...30 4.10 1.00
The Standard time wlil.tlluMuunlsnt
12h. Om. 0s. OnliliilKlit), Groenwlch
time, which 1h lh. 30m. j). in. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Friday, Oct 28.
SI 111 1- Lehiia, BoniK'H. from Molokul
Hntiinlnv, Oct 20.
StmrMaul, Erccuiiui, from Hawaii
Rtmr Keatihou, Thompson, from
OSS Australia, Houdlette. from
C A S S Warrlnioo. liny, from Van
couver and Victoria.
SS City of Columbia, Mllnor, for
S S Centennial, Whitney, for Seattle
via Hlloat 3 p 111.
Stnir Itaiinl, Hrtihn, for Walmea
nntl Kekaha at 3 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Kauai Bail for Waimeaand
Kekaha this afternoon.
The Irmgaril has Imuled ovrr
to Brewer's whBrf to discharge.
Captain Simorsou had a largo
family to luncheon ou tho Mauua
Tho Fhip A J Fuller clenrod
from New York for this port,
Tho schooner Allen A has boen
chartered to load lumber at Eure
ka for Honolulu.
Tho C F Snrgont has been
chartered by Welch efe Co to load
at Tacoina for Honolulu.
Look out for a race between the
Kinat and Mauna Loa next Tuos
ilny. "Wagers are already being
Tho Andrew Woloh sailed from
Sin Francis. . for this port, Octo
ber 23. S i has a full cargo of
general in ithandise.
The Altlon Bosse sailed in bal
Jast for San Francisco this mom
ing, nfter having discharged her
onrgo of military supplios.
Tho schooner "Waialua came in
from Ilanalei with a cargo of pad
dy. The Waialua will sail for
Hanaloi and Kalihiwai Monday
From Molokai nnd Lanai, per
Btmr Lphuo, Oct 28 J Wilson,
J!r Kauffnian, W H Cooper, W E
Wall. Mr Armstrong, Mrs Keola,
Mrs Puna, Mrs Aka, Itoso Hobron,
F N Foster and 1 on deok.
Till: lelCllIT TO VO'I'li.
I'orlo lllcun Hnj'n He ! n CKIzriii of
tllf VnllPiI Stllte.
Now York, October 21. Anto
nio Vnlez Alverado, a native of
Mauati, l'orto Rico, and a oitizen
of that island, raised a quoor point
today whon ho appliod to the
Board of Registration, sitting at
10 Stuyvesant stroet, to bo auali
tied as a voter, ou tho ground that
tno island lias been a part of this
country sinco October 18th. Ho
said that ho had lived in New
York for ton years. Ho is editor
of tho "Eco do la Exposition" of
"1 om told by my legal adviser
that I do not require naturaliza
tion papers," said Senor Alverado,
"but that I om a citizen of tho
Unitod Slates without them. I
havo novor Imon naturalized."
John J. Mills, Chairman of tho
Board, told Alverado that he
could not register. The caso will
bo taken into tho courts so that
his status may bo fixed.
Hilt IIOIIICIIT HICUIION.
Ilonorrel in Hit Own Country nnit !
'teetneit In llnwiill.
Sir Robert Horron, whoso death
wos onuounced under hurried cir
cumstances in yestorday's issue,
was a man of some note. Born
August 17, 1837, at Dunformliuo;
Scotlaud, ho migrated when a
young man to Kingstown, Ireland,
going into business there Her
Mojoaty mado him a Knight Ba
chelor in 1887, after he had served
hb chief magistrate or mayor of
the town. Sir Robert camo to Ho
nolulu to rosido iu 1891, undorthe
iofluprjco of favorotilo reports of
tho climate from Lady Herroa,
who hnd been sojourning hero
some time for her health. Sir Ro
bert wa twice mariieil, his fmt
wife dying iu 1883. She left a son,
who died four years later. Tho
secon I wife was Anna Danford nt
marriage. Betides Lady Ilerron,
tho lamented gentleman leaves a
sister, Mrs. Mclntyre, in Scotland,
and Hativo hero ro Mr. nod
Mrs. Danfoid, Rov. and Mrs. V.
U. Kitcnt, Judgo and Mr. W. L.
Stanley, Will.nm, Alys and Anna
Sir Robert Herrou was a Maapu
of very high degree. There uas
only ono ujombor of tho fraternity
above him in tho United Kingdom,
nnd that was the Duko of Abor
corn. He was very well liked by
nil who became acquainted with
him in Honolulu. A man of
splendid physique and great sta
tnre, there wns no moro coiispiun
ons figure in tho community. Dig
nified without being distant, no
body could bo moro gentle iu con
versation and maunor. Sir Robert
was a membor of tho memorial
committeo of Brltibh residonts T r
tho Queen's Diamond Jnbiloe,and,
as a matter of fact, he drafted tho
address of congratulation which
was forwarded in handsome form
to Her Majesty.
Tho funeral of Sir Robert Hor
ron will be from St. Andrew's Ca
thedral to Nuuanu cotnetery at 3
o'clock this aftornoon.
Jloro TrrUnry Annt-it-il.
Besides the land of Mr. Hoi
liogor summarily and without pro
cess of law entered upon by the
military authorities, land belong
ing .to V. Wolters of H. Hackfold
efe Co. was occupied by tho garri
son. Mr. Wolters this morning
laid the matter before John F.
Hockfeld, German Consul, and
Mr. Hockfeld has addressed a
note on the subject to Mr Sewall,
United Speoial Agent.
Mr. Holliugor has named tho
amount of rent per month in ad
vance ho will accopt for tho use of
his land, nt the same time protest
ing that it is against his wishes
that tho land should be occupied
by the barracks at all. It is with
him a question of whether or not
ho "has to" allow tho occupation.
Cunnl Cnnrritloit KOKn i:xilrs.
Mauogua (Nicaragua), Oct. 21.
Tbo commission which mot
hero on Sept. 19 to render an opi
nion ou the questions as to what
date the concession to tho Mari
time Cannl Company, chartered
by tho United Slates, to construct
a caual across Nicaragua expires,
havo docidod that it oxpires on
Oct. 20, 1899.
A few days ago it was nnnounc
od that H. Lewis had joined the
18th Infantry for duty in Mnniln.
.John Fndakon has just joined und
it is stated that ono or two moro
will join before h regulars
What tlin Doctor Orderecl.
"I was iu poor health and tho
prescriptions I tried did not bono
fit ran. At last tho doctor began
to givo mo Hood's Sarsaponlla
and it proved to bo tho best of all
mediciuos for mo, and I cau speak
of it only in tho highest terms
nnd doom it a duty to recommend
it." Oharlos S. Powell, 429 Iowo
Street, San Antonio, Texas.
Hood's Pills aro tho only pills
to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Curo all liver HIb.
i m i
Tim Hallowe'en danco at Sons
Souci last night wns a big succpks.
Thoro was a session of tho Ex
ooutivo Council this morning. A
maB8 of business accumulated iu
Presidont Dolo's absence was
talked over but no final notion
takon in any matter.
Tbo finest carriage evor mado in
the Islands has just boen com
pleted by tho Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory, W. W. Wright pro
priotor. It was made to order for
Albert Wilcox, Esq., of Kauai.
FRENCH IH AN UGLY MOOD
British Remarks Over Fdsbodd Stirs
. Them Up.'
Inclination Seems to be lo Resist Brill; ih
Demands-Russia's Attitude Gives
the French Assurance.
Fan's, Oct. 22. A remarkn bio
chango lias come over French opi
nion on tho Farfhoda question dur
ing lha past forty-eight hours. .-Tho
attitude of tho public is moro iu
flamed and mom ilofiaut. Thin is
partly due to tho touo of tlio Hri
tish press, but moro to tho throat
ening spirit of tho British Ohan
cellor of ihn Exchequer, Sir Mi
ohoel Hicks-Bench, which tho Ail
torite calls "a provocation that is
almost a threat of war."
Tho Municipal Council of Paris
is abused on nil siting for exhort
ing tho Government to avert war.
In Government ciicl.s Iho dispo
sition serniH to bo t r nist tho
British 'enniidn It i, reported
uiai uj.t pi) lev nt l'raiwo, (18 Uofi-
unuij' muiuii i i'io! jr taiUjin-
ciuues ine retention ofc !
Humors that Iho RutBUio. F
Minister. Count Muruvniir 1.
Btirod M. del Gasso. lhe vA
i; : ..... ; ."" .'li
L'uiL-iii minister, Ol Uiisnia'sluip-
port in tlio controvorsv, tonit to
stiffen the backs of the hiaiior
oOlcials, although these outiuo
iu muiuiaui acouciiiiitoiy tone and
decloro that Franco is pr.paretlto
carry iimia'-ilitv t- tbo utmost
IIUIH4 t'OtiHIMOiil Willi l)3 iibhts
and dignity. I
Will Arrive Ifurc ly (In. Slriimr Onr
roni. Georgo W. Parker ropresontiug
the Minneapolis Times rcooivod
the follouiug tologram by tho
"Caucellod arraugomonts with
tho Columbia. Uoo big ocean
liner Garrone, -1000 tons. Sail a Se
attle, November 15.
This refers to tho excuirsion
party of 100 or over that will como.
to tho teiritory uudor tho anspicoa
of the Minneapolis Times nnd of;
which Commii-Bioner Shiuglc is,
onoof tho promotors. It is supptised.
that the delays of tho City of (JoI-
umbia lino havo foictd a ohu ugo',
to another boat. Tho arrivn 1 on
schedule time of Hub big ej cur
sion is now assured.
l'riinrt) Knvnri Anirrlcx.
Paris, October 21. Whon Fer-t.,
dinand V. Peck, tho United States,!
Commissioner lo tho exhibition of
of 1900, arrived iu this city, the1
space allotted to tho United Slatos
at tho exposition grounds was'
175,000 feet. Mr. Peck's first
gain was b'OOO squaro feet nnd ho
has just secured 22,000 square
feet moro by moans of n di rect
order from tho Fronoli Govern
ment on tho Director of the. Ex
position, making the present total
203,000 square feot.
BEA1Er LUflCH pL
H.J. Mii;ri:f Iruprlotor.
California Fruits, Vegetables,
GAME, IN SEASON,
IF'xozen. 03rster s
lilsteni mill California.
10Sl-4t ' 111 Fort Strejot.
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