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10 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBEll 5, lb'JB.
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In All Its
m BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
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 "Iolani."
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, 2h and 3 feet wide ; from i to 2 in. Hexagon
mesh, 2, 4 and 6 feet. Most 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
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
As wo hinted last week, rubber of all kinds has ad
vanced in price, with a probability of still another jump of
several points. Until tho stock on hand is exhausted,
THE PltlOE OP ItUBBEIt TIRES WILL XOT BE
HA ISED. GET YOUll RUBBEll TIIIES XOW, BE
EOltE WE AllE FOllOEB BY OlllOUMSTANOES
TO ASK YOU A HIGHER PRIOE.
jsj o :o: xj iml 3l 3ar s;
Carriage nnd Harness Repository
Fout s":iii:kt, aiiovk Cluu Staiii.s.
Ittrishind onlera promptlv lilted.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tho only Kind that wo turn .out from our
SjH'cial attention given to repairing Bicycles,
Tjpuwritoi-H mid Firo. Arms. ;
We havo always guaranteed our work and
hliall continue to do so.
1 PEARSON &
312 FORT ST.
AY ft PORTER
YrZJt' ' '" column unit bt inutttd at t$ctntt
VIWS" a lint fir tt inurtion! to ctntt tCondiur
tfan; jo ctitti a u itk and $o ctntt a monlb, 7 bit it tbt
tbtapttl aJvtrtiung ttr offtrtd tbeptotlt of Honolulu,
RRIGIIT BOY to learn Jeweltr't trade; Cerroan
D preferred. O, llairner, 510 Tori St. 1060-tw
A YOUNG LADY wanti position to care tor chil
dren, and to sew. Apply at No. 8 Lmma street.
CARPENTERS, men for work In country. Call
476 Punahou street. Saturday, from a to J p. m.
WANTED-A BOOT BLACK.
Shop, 610K I ort street.
II. Jeff's Ilarber
COOK WANTED White person for general house
....i. Mn.t h onn.t rnnk. Pefereneei reault-
d. Apply D. Bulletin office. io;5-iw
GERMAN GIRL WANTS PLACE for Cooking or
Housework, or taking care of grown children,
Is good cook. Apply al American House, room 5.
UANTED-BIDS tor Orenlne and CliMBlne
W ,irMts In Kalmukl Tract Arply to GEAR,
t AtfClsW ft. rT -. LTtnf arrt. to0
WANTED-500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
"" 610W Fort street, opposite the Club SUWes.
,oj,.tf II. JEfrS, Proprietor.
EORGn MANSON, Public Typewriter Office
wlthP W McKlnney. Legal work a specialty.
I OST On mnrnlnr; of Oct "n King street, a
L. GOLD WALTHAM WATCH I Inder will t
rewarded on returning to this office. wji-tl
I OST-A pair of gold SPECTACI ES. either at
L, 1 i.h Market or Dn Tort street. Return same to
the Bulletin office, 110 King street toj-tf
A ri'RNISHEI) COTTAGE, has a parlor, J bed -
" rooms, jressing rinrni, ram iiii I--.VM. ;"";
dining room, pantry and kitchen grounds nicely laid
out with fruit trees Apply at u6 UeretanU street,
opposite Judge Stanley's residence. losi-iro
HOUSE Containing three bed-rooms, parlor, dln-
tng room, panirv minim " ,'.- .-... --"-
f Mrlion.ld residence, terminal of tramway line.
Wnlklkl Keohokalole & McGrew, 15 Kaahumanu
TABLE IIOAUD Service tirst-class Gig Alakea
uFRNISHLD ROOMS The Aloht new and daln-
tlly furnished, Urst-class board, nj Lmma St.
i ton init
VACHT of about 5 tons, decked ner, thoroughly
I oerhauled and painted, a complete outfit In
cluding new sails, ready for Immediate use, suitable
for fulling or pleasure. Captain I Mosher. steamer
Waialeale, or Mr.j.vlfjrtiflnt Railway, ioji-iw
COR SALE Another consignment of Artificial
r Dowers, at Mrs Hanna's iosi-tf
EST J cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Una s Lxceisior Kestauranr. 1041
CHOICE California Eagle Butter ust reeelved at
Mulching's Grocery Store. Fort street io4i-im
POUND A SILVLR WATCH AND UIAIN. Own.r
can have same on proving property and paying
for this advertisement, by applying at this office, ipso
nOUND On Emma street, near Royal School, lodge
r pin marked "S. C. B." In blue, yellgw and red
enamel Sword design Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying cost of ad. iwi-il
JOULU like to exchange a boat tor a blcycie Ad
'" dress J. C. Uullelin otfice 1040-1 m
A GOOD HUNTING DOG for a DUGGV Would
be willing to pay some cash. I!.. Uullelin
A N Ai ICE CHEST for a BEDSTEAD W . Bul
COOKS. GARDENrKS ani TEMALb SERVANTS
Barber shop, 16 lleretanla street ioj-;rii
MACHINIST WANTS POSITION, best of refer
ences Murakami's store lleretanla st o;ii
MAN COOK Room 6, Kaumakaplll alle). off lltre
tinla street to?i-iw
All Work Oimrantood nnd Promptly
J. A. MORGAN,
King St., In T. Murray's) Carrlngo shop.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 0, '08,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tlio grounds of tho i:coeiitlo Build
ing, I will soil at public auction,
WOOI)i:X 1IORS1S, and a
LOT OF N. W. LUMIICR.
.TAS. F. MOliGAN,
From New Kenlutitl.
lloeftou, Now Zeulaud, Nov. 23,
I am very pleased to state that
since I took thn agency of Ohatn
borlain's medicines the Bale has
beou, very largo, more especially
o tho Cough Romody, In two
yours I havo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of all other
makes for the previous fivo years.
As to its eljifiupy, I havo bpen in
lorinod by scores of persona, of
the pood results they have n ceiv
ed from it, and know its vhIh
from tho uso of it in my own
household. It is bo pleasant to
tako that we have to place tlio bot
tle boyond the rpaoh of tho child
ren. E. J. SOAXTLEUUltY,
For Balo by all dealers. Ban
eon, Smith & Co., Gon. Agts.
For additional Shipping News sec seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Nov
5, 1 pm Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Nov 5.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73) Midday maximum, 71).
Barometer, 0 a in, 30.09. Ilatufall,
do, 0.01 in.
Humidity 68 per cent.
Friday, Nov 4.
Hr Btmr Doric, Sealby, OJ days from
San Francisco; pass and mdsu to II
Hackfeld & Co.
Stmr Lchua, Dennett, from Mololcal
Saturday, Nov 5.
U S Transport Indiana, Mori, fimn
US Transport Ohio, W JlJoggs, from
Stmr J A Cummins, Searlc, from
Friday, Nov 4.
Stmr Nocau. Pedorsen, for llono
kaa and Kukulhaelc.
Stmr Upolu, Hcnulngsen, for Ko
hala and Kona.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, or
Saturday, Nov G.
O & O S S Doric, .Smith, for China
.Tcslo Minor, Whitney, for Eu
Amy Turner, Wnrland, for San
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Jossio Minor left for thfr
Sound this morning. Tho Amy
Tumor left for Sin Francisco
with n short load of 5388 bags of
Arrivals find doparturos at San
Francisco Arrived, Oct 22, Btmr
llio do Janeiro, 31 days from Ma
nila via Nagasaki; Oct 25, schr
Ottilie Fjord, from Kahului: Oct
27, bk Albort from Honolulu; schr
TranBil, from Honolulu; b:ig W U
Irwin from Honolulu; Oct 28, brig
Uonsuolo from Mahukonn. tiailed
Oct 22, bk Andrew Welch, for
Honolulu; Oct 23, bktn S N Cas
tle, for Honolulu; Oct 27, briu
Lurline, for Kahului; schr II G
Wright for Kahului; Oct 27, U S
T S Indiana, for Honolulu; Oct
28, DSTS Ohio, for Honolulu.
Up and Loading For Hilo: Bk
Annio Johnson sails Oct31. For
Honolulu: Bk Albort, scbr Tran
sit and brig W G Irwin.
ProcevdliiK of Monthly Meeting nf As
aoctntlon Vratvrilnj' Mrnlnir.
Thoro whs not a largo nttoml
anco at tun monthly meeting of
thu Frco Kinderqarton and Ohil
drou'fl Aid Association yostorday
morninpt. Mrs. Theo. Richards
reported tho work at Falama as
prospering. Mrs. Ilobron told of
au overcrowded condition in the
Obineso schools but the children
.'xhiliitod a better appearance than
Under tho tuition of Miss Mary
Alex in "'or, tho school at Magoon
ville t.atl grown, in tho month
sine- stated, from an atlotidanoo
of twenty to ouo of forty. Miss
Jo'iubon, the now sanitriry inspec
tor, was highly commouded for
her work. The serving of lunch
in tho native kindergarten has
proved so successful that it will'
be extended to othor schools.
Mrs. Honry Castle resigned the
chairmanship of tho publication
coinmittoo' to the deep regrot fo
l'ollio Court .MitM.
Hammer and anothor soldier
who caused a turmoil at tho Post
Oflico last ovouing by thrashing a
Japanese and polico officer were
finpd 320 each this morning by
Throo whito woman arrested for
vagrancy .had thoir odses nolle
pros as they had complied with
Several drunk and assault crhoh
wore settled by the defendants
paying the usual fine and costs
The crso of Aldrich oh-argotl
with nn offonso in connection with
tho circulation of countorfiot bills
will bo heard Monday.
Tickets are now on salo for tho
Free Kindercarton Benefit con
cert to- be given at TrogreBs hall
on the evening ol the oth inst.
Tlio regular Monthly Mooting of tlio
Pioneer Building uud Loan Association
will ho hold at tlio Chamber of Com
moreo on MONDAY nVKNINa.NoTom-
uor 7, isa. at 7::;u o'ciook,
I'ayiuonts are required in gold.
lOtiO A. V, UEAlt, bocrotary.
MONDAY, November 28, 1808, bo
ing a National Holiday, all Govern
ment OlllccH throughout the Republic
will bo closed on that day.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Nov. 6, 189S. 10G0-:it
Will ho rocolved nt tlio ofllco of tlio
Minister of tho Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Wodnosdny, Nov. IHIi, for tlio
construction of roads In South Kona and
Specifications nt ofllco of Suporlnton-
(lout of Public Works, also at tho post-
olllco In Walolilnii and Hookona.
Tlio MIhInIit (Iocs not bind himself to
nceopl tho lowest or any bid.
J. A KINO,
MlnUtor of tho lutorlor.
Oct. 18th, 1808. l0G0-.1t
Will ho rccoUcd ut thoolllcoof tlio
Mlulfilor of tlio lutorlor
Until Thursday, Nov. 10th, 1898,
at 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing to the
Road .Supervisor of Honolulu tlio follow
ing supplies, In qtinntltloH ns roqulred
from tliuo to tltno for tlio lliircnu of
ltoatN nnd Ilrldgos, Hojiolulu, during
the tortu of six months, from Xovotu
hor 11th, 1803 :
SuiiKDuri: or Aiiticli:s.
Itotl Ilrlcks, por JI.
Portland Content, or hbl of -100 lbs.
California Lit no, por hbl.
Dojurturo liny, 2240 lbs.
ITarness, Leather and Findings.
No. 1 Harness Loathor, por lb.
Lhco Lcntlicr, por foot.
Cnrt SnddloH, eneh.
Collnr I'ads, por doz pairs, bont quality
ITames, por doz pairx. t
J I or so Collar, lt.T. or CC, elicit.
HorNo UlankotH, Xo. 1, jier doz pairs.
Noats Foot Oil, por gallon.
Krazor's Axlo Grouse, por doz, (I-case
Iron and Steel.
lUr Steal, por lb.
liar Iron, per lb.
Xorwiiy Iron, w lb.
Lumber and Shingles.
Xortliwost Lunibor, rough, ior JIfoot.
Northwest Timber, per M feot.
Xorthwost Unttons, por M foot.
Itoduood Posts, each (7 foot).
Cut Nails, pqr keg, Iron 8d, lOd,
20d, 30d, 4H, COd.
Wlro Nails, pur kog. Cd, 8d, lOd.
Oahanlod Nails, per kog, Bd,
I2d,i;0d,30d, 40d, OOd.
Spikes, KiihanUod, por keg, -1 in, 5 in,
0 in, 7 in
Paint and Paint Oil,
I'lonoor Wlilto Load, por 5-lh kog.
Liiiiscod Oil, holtod, por 5 gal drum.
Linseed Oil, raw, por S gal drum.
Lubricating and Maehinc Oil.
(por gallon, bill lots).
Cj Under Oil.
Ijird Oil, No,
Powder and Fuse.
lllaek llUstlug, ixir 23-lu drum, 25.
Giant, No. 1, 50-lh case, 5-caso lots.
Giant, No. 2, SO-lb caso, 6-easo lots.
Giant l'o dor Caps, por doz boxos.
Kuso, doublo tape, pur 1CO0 foot.
Tools and Hardware.
Shmols, Amos' scoop, No. 3, per doz.
Shovels, Ames' h II, por do.
Hhovols, Amos' I), por do.
Handles for sanio, scoop per doz, L II
por doz, 1) por doz.
1'luks, Hunt's, per doz.
ricks, Iron City, por doz.
Handlos for wmo, Hunt's por do.,
Iron City por doz.
JIattocks, Iron City, per do.
Handles for same, por riui.
Ax Handlos, por doz.
l'lanters' Hoos, por do,
Handlos for saino, par do.
Hainiueis, sledge, per .pound.
Hammers, stone, per pound.
Ilnndlos. for saino, sloclgo por doz,
Btono por doz.
Stone l'lckfl, por doz.
Filos, Hal Kistod jior doz.
Dandy llrushos, host, por don.
Crowbars, por lb.
llrooms, push, 14 in. gluod back.oto.
Copper Illvets, por lb.
Whoolbarrows, iron tray, oncli.
Wheelbarrows, woodon tray, iron
Carrlngo Holts, percent, oflf (prlco list
Mnclilno Holts, por cent, off, (prico list
Lanterns, Dletz's tubular No. 0, per
Olobes for saino, rod, por doz,
Dynnnio waste, per lb.
Coal tar, per hbl.
Manila rope, per lb.
Sheet rubber packing, per Hi.
Kerosene oil, 10 case lota brand
Hay and Grain.
Barley Com, per lb. ,
California wheat hay l'g bales, per
No. 1 rolled barley, per lb.
No. 1 Surprise oats, per lb.
Wheat bran, per lb.
Ont Hay, per lb.
Samples of grain to accompany each
llltls must bo In accordance with tho
above schedule, and must bo endorsed
"Tenders for Supplies, Honolulu
Roads," anil all supplies must he de
livered at tho point required within
0110 mile of the post olllco, freo of
charge ami are subject to the Koad
Hontls will ho required In such rea
sonable sum as my bo named by tho
Minister, for tlio furnishing in accord
ance with the tender, of such Items In.
the Hchndtilo us may bo approved by
tho Minister, and nodded to the bid
der, but tho Minister of tlio Interior
tines not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any hid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 189S. 10C0--3t
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Spanish have been given
till Jan. 1 to ovnouato Cuba.
J. K. Farloy, tax assessor for
Kauai, it back from the Coast.
A concroto sidowalk is to bo
laid in front of tho King street
The Kickapoos will present an
intorosting series of oventson thoir
tout grounds tonight.
Miss Helen Wilder has resum
od tho badge of a special officer to
provont cruelty to animals.
Gunoral Miller, military com
mander of the Department of tho
Pacific, is coming in tho transport
E Lindemann, tho stockman of
Wailua, Kauai, Mrs. and Miss
Lindemann, rotarned in tho Doric
TIih Beretania cars run on ten
minute time Mondays now, as well
as Saturdays all day, Sundays till
noon, and early morning hours
Punahou dofoatod High school
at football yesterday by 22 to 0.
Love and Schweitzer of tho Hlch
School wore rather severely hurt
in a scrimmage.
Tho Ormcnd brothers woro the
successful performers at the Kic
kapoo bIiow laft night About
800 people gave them a double
encoro for a well aung "Yodel."
Cant. David S. Elliott of Co. G
20lh Kas., Iibs tho proud distruc
tiou of having two sous iu his
comnauv both non-comraidsions.
Ono Jas. It. Elliott tho youngest
is 10 years old and is tho young-
est orporal in tho service. Capt.
131 1 i t iB from Coffoovillo, Knn--hh,
h place mado famous by tho
Dtltrii Gang somo years since.
!'lih -i pt' in assisted in tbo ex
tinction t tho band. Ho is &
iittviApM man and both sons are
t n"jocleJ VUltort.
Tl barkeepers in tho city,
Iron, i ho "Commercial" at Bereta
nia street to tho "Union Art
Gallery" on Merchant street, woro
tho most surprised men in tonn
this morning by reason of the un
expected adventofMarshal Brown,
who ohaporonod Presideut Dole, ,
Minister King and formor Minis-.
ters'Hatoh and Thurston in nnd.
through tho various barrooms.
Tho visit won an official one, hav
ing relation to tho question of
Breenn, eto., Mossrs. Hatch and
Thurston boiii'j attorneys letained
to oppose piopO'Kl new lestno
tions. I i(
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