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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 81, 1899.
Plows, Forming Tools, Carpenters'
Tools, Windmills, Pumps, Points and
Oils, Pipe and Fittings, Roofing Iron,
Rifles, Shotguns, Powder and Shot, and
general Hardware ? If so the place to
get them is on the corner of Fort and
King streets, of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and NeeJIes for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN
NEAR MOTEL STREET,
PESSIMISTIC ABOUT CUBA
1 Wnaliingt in. Representatives
Imndis of Indiana and Lncoy of
Colorado, who spout tho holiday
ipct'88 in Cuba and Porto Itico.
relumed t Washington this
morning. Mr. Landis eaid to n
toportor for Thn Sun:
"I very muoh fear that ire slinll
invo trouMo in Cuba. The reni
dents of tho island who have for
tho past thirty ypara or more been
fili-hting iu a desultory fashion
against tho Spnoiah domination
aro atill 'ngiu tho Government.'
They refuse to work nt till, decliu
iuu offers of $2 a day, whieh, in
that couutry, is princely wages,
knd spend their tune parading
"with machete in their hands
Thfo people form 11 liiriio olo
aeut of the population. I wout
1 twenty miles iuto the interior from
Havana to a placo called El Crihto.
Every whero tho tr tin stopped
there wore from ten to a huudroil
of those follows, all omyini:
machetes. It will lin a long and
,-weary task to bring them to a fit
conditiou to govern themselves.
'In the country tho men are
bandits, knowing nothing of war-
faro except such as the Apachot
pursued in Arizona and New
Mexico under Qoroniino, but they
Lave neither the cunning nor the
t'courage of tho North American
.Indians. In tho towns tho men
' are politicians. There aro ten or
e. dozen parties iu tho island, and
whenever anything occurs at a
'public meotini;, for instance, In
favor of one of thorn, tho ad
herents of all the others who aio
.'prespnt lave in a bol.v, declaring
that tho tiuiu has como for blood
: hnd rovolution."
"How many Boldiors will be
J necessary to maintain uence and
older?" was asked.
Thoro aro now 4001) or 5000
American troops in tin- islaud,"
answered Mr. Landi, "and 1 be
lievo that 5000 will be sufficient.
. Tliev will have to oha-o tho ban
dits in the mountains, disarm ami
disbaud thom and ki-ot) tho turbu
lont ouea in the oitio- quiet anil
orderly. Gon. Won! jb tloiiiu
pood work at Santiago. Ho bus
cleaned tho streets nud made, the
plaoo habitable from an American
' standpoint. Thoro was a parado
of his 'white wings,' tho Btrett
cleaning brigado, ouo day while
. ye wore there. The procession
comprised about 30 carts aud 1510
. meu. Tho latter all woro the
Cuban colors ond seomtd to be
'. uroudond hanpy.
i "Ab to tho future of GubB," Mr.
. Landis wont on, "if it becomes a
question of permitting it to lapse
iinto anarohy or to fall into the
' control of a European po'wor, I
, sliould of courco desire and vote
that the Uuitod States tako pois
e fiion: but I Bincerely hope tint
altrrnative may not bo presented."
As to Porto Kico, Mr. Laudis
tuL s a more hopeful viow. Ho
eaid: "Wo shall not have any
- - HONOLULU, II.
norious troublo in Porto Rico.
With patience, wisdom, couragf
and prayer I think tho problem of
governing that islaud may be
worked out satisfactorily. Wo
rode over the military roid from
Ponce to San Juan, a distance of
oiehty-threo miles. I Biippono it
is thehest road in tho world. The
Spanish authorities constructor
it about fifteen years oco, at a coat
of 8100,000 a mile, aud it is a
mnguincent pieco of work."
Morn nVarrtrra from Oiiliu.
A warrant was issuod this morn
ing for tho orreat of Edward
Feldnmnn, a Galician labo'or in
the service of Oahu plantation.
Edward hns deserted three time.
The Grst was when he marched to
town with a lot of his countrymen.
Tho second time, ho was cnucht
on thu Kiuau by Otlicor Oacnr
Oahu plantation has been rather
unfortuunte in tho matter of deser
tions. Since tho begiiining, not
very many months aco, 124 Japa
nese and 150 Chinese have denert
od. Iu the neighborhood of fifty
are now roaming about the islaud.
Thirteen were cnucht in Waialua
nnu two in iiahuku tho other day.
C!"liilnir llrlllsli Consul.
Amonc a lone list of fo'oicn
consuls recognized bv President
MoKinley, on a recont dat, is
William Robert Hoare. Consul for
(5reat Rritain at Honolulu.
An attempt will bo made to
have Prof. Soott deliver a short
lecture at tho entertainment to be
given Bbortly for the purpose of
securino money with which to
equip tho dark room of the Y. M.
0. A. Camera Club.
Manufacturer of s
TAKO PATCH FIDDM3S.
Workmanship JnJ Material Guarantee.!. Repairing
a Specially, . 4l
1 130 : : No. 210!, ,KINO ST.
THE MWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
S2.50 per an
who use its col
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
MR. HARRY KLEMME desires lo.inform
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
Iiik islands that he has taken over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
RESORT, and will run the same with a
view to the entire comfort of his patrons.
Everything will be supervised and carried
on in firbt-class style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors intending
to locate at the beach for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to Inspect the
accommodation llanlwal provides, previous
to making their selection. 1 121
vyjfi. in this column tvitt h tmerted lttntt
MS3 alinelrtt insertion; to tentt second inter
tionf yo centt a uetk and )o ctnti a month. Tbit it the
cheapest advertising tver offered the people of Honolulu,
E WANT YOU TO HAVE West Dlstniectlnc
Machine rut In vour clout or cesscool. and
save sickness. California t eej (.o.,AKents. 1009.1m
BOARD AND ROOMS.
DOAKD WITH NICE MJKNISIIfcD KOOMS.
- $oa Mcretsnla street.
Enquire 5J1 Tort street,
COUND Pouch containing lllcvcle outfit. 0ner
1 can hsve same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
onice ana paying expenses. us
I OST Postal Savings flank Hook No. 87 "0."
- Under will please return to Uullctln office, no
Mng street. "I"
I OST A WHITE TEATHER IIOA on the road to
- Moana Lua last bunJay. Hease return 1 1 tins
office and recehe reard. n6lf
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In thecen-
ter; retween waixanaiuiu uruge ana ninpai ou
Return to this office. iio8-sm
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Book nn. In tavor
I of Wm. Crawford, has teen lost. Finder will
aIh aiillahla &., r 9 tt l4Mlniv atenai At 111 ntfifm
olthe HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. no.-tl
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inynurhouses. Chloro-Naplholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
COM SALE-4 Lots at Maklkl, by GLO. I'OUI).
1 Inquire at Popular, Fort street it)t-tm
OPTOHTUNITV TOK DAIRYMEN 1-ManJ-breJ
Jilry stock, brei tj the thoroughbreJ sire of the
W G. Irwin dairy.
For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Mactarlane.
Pl SALE-Brani new rURNITUKE. beJroom
sets, kitchen furniture. anJ everthlng neeJeJ for
Union Express Co , King street.
nOR SALE National Cabinet Cash Register, In
I gonJ orJer Cost f no; will sell forfioj Apply
G. DblTZ, Watchmaker, i? Nuuanu St. im-lw
PR SALn-OnPsHIPMAiTENGINE In perfect
orJer. Apply to II. G. Blart, Fort St. noj-tf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON AlODERN LACE, at
1 Mrs Manna's.
A TWO-MANUALanJ PeJal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or reslJence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort streel
DEST ascent meal In town. Try It an J be con-
" vinceJ. Lina s excelsior tcestaurant.
WANTED TWO GOOD CARPENTERS at O.R.
VV & L. Co.'s uoikshops. A long Job for the
A first-class GERMAN GIRL WANTS POSITION
'l- as cook or for general housework. Call at
White House. Nuuanu street. nar-iw
Els Several S.MALL BOYS. Annly at
Honolulu .Messenger Service, corner King anJ
Alakea streets. lodr-tf
ANTED 500 Men to get ShaveJ for 15 cents, at
Vv 610M Fort street, orposlte the Club Stables.
io)t-tf II. JEFrS. Proprietor.
THE PUllLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lece. St An4rews Priory. Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Napthoteutn with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. io6o-im
WIT- RF.NT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
" and keep them In order, for a small monthly I
rental. California leed Co., Agents. tooo-im
Any calls for Dr. J. R. Shaw may be
sent to his Infirmary, Telephone 7;6. Calls
will be promptly attended by Dr. W. T.
Will be paid for information that will lead
to the arrest and conviction of the thief
who stole a Cleveland Bicycle, Model 22,
No. 50,987, from Baseball Grounds last
Thursday evening, Jan. 26th, 1809.
1132 no Hotel Street.
Lodge Le Progre3 do 1'Ocoinie, No. 124,
A. .t A. S. KITE.
Thoro will bo a upoclal meeting of
Lndgu I.u FrogroH No. 124, A. and A. S.
Hlto. ut IU hall. Musonlo Tomnlo.
Til-MOUHOW (WKDNKSDAY) KVKN'-
lu. rourtmry iru, louu, us .iu uwwiv.
WORK IN SECOND IlEUKKli
Mnmbors of Hawaiian Lodgo, Paolflo
LodKO ami all vlxltliiir liroilircu aro cor
dially Invited to bo preHOiit.
By order of tho It. W. M.
1132 H. O. CltAllIlK, Secrotarj'.
QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE,
Having arrived from the Coast per S. S.
Garonne, has commenced business. The
very latest styles, and a perfect fit, guar
anteed. Charges moderate. 1133
TAKAKI & CO.,
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
115JJ Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
400 Niuiumi Street.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Cldnoso Teas. 1130
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Slirtuil Stntlon. Jan
.11, 1 p in Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punnliou, Jan 31.
Temperature Mornliu: nilnlnium,
02 j Midday maximum, 78.
Barometer, 0 a m, 29.UU steady.
Kalnfftll, do. 0.0?..
Humidity at 9 n m OS percent.
Dew l'olnt M F.
Tuesday, Jan 31.
Stmr Noeau, Pedcrsen, for Knkul
haelu at 4 p m.
Stmr Waliileale, Green, for Kiluu
ca and Hanalcl at 4 p in.
Stmr Cliunllne, Cameron, for Maul
ports, at 6 p m.
Bli.i.Wn TTntl irnirlllml f.ir X'n.
wlllwlll, Himamaulu, Koloa, Eleele
ami liiinnpcpe uio p in.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Mnuna Loa is off port ns
the Bulletin goes to presB.
The Mnrtba Davis finished dis
charging today and will tuko on
Tho Araericou brio J D Spreck-
ols, Christiansen master, sailed for
San Francisco with a full load of
sugar about noon today.
A three-masted schoonor sup
posed to be the Jessie Minor from
the Sound with lumber, is off Dia
mond Head as the BULLETIN goes
Tho Amanba is taking on ballast
at the Irmgard wharf. It will bo
about a week yet bofore sho gels
out the remainder of her cargo,
tho most of which is cement.
The Jamos Makno is not oxpeot-
od iu from Knpaa until Tuurcday.
The will bring Intor news of tho
tire that was raging the canefields
of tho Makee Sugar Co when she
left on her last trip to Honolulu.
TIKirouirtily Alnil In ln Pollen Court
Tho troubled ubonrri tho Will-
scott were very woll aired in the
Police Court this forenoon when
tho caso of second ranto O'Neil
for HBBault aud battery on F.
liii'luuborg came up for trial.
Biolouberc was a sorry sight.
Ilia face locked as if it had come
into contact with a cocoauut
grater. Kotli tho men tnndo a
Htateraeut to tuo Uourt and thou,
in ordor to ot at the facts in tho
eaae, tue regular nifitnou ot pro
cedure followed. J. A. Mauoon
assisted the prosecution. O'Neil
wan his own attorney.
BiclonberK accused O'Neil of
knockiug him down nud kicking
his- faco without provocatiou yes
terday forenoon. O'Neil denied
this Baying that he went into tho
galley when ho heard his namo
mentioned in no complimentary
way. The Captain was there do-
raandinu an apology from tho
cook for calling him u liar. Tho
lattor sJd he did not mean the
Captain but that lyiny
sooond mate. It wns et this
juncture that he stepped in.
Words followed and tho cook at
tacked him with a club. Then he
pounded Bielonborc'e faco but
did not kick him. Tho steward's
wifo ran in but was taken away
by tho Captain.
.nra. uieienoerc 101a me samo
story as her husband and added a
great deal which showed that
thoro has been bad blood aboard
the Willscott. She told of eome
very shocking language aho claim
ed tho mate used toward her.
Captain Peabody said the cook
struck tho mate first aud that he
prefaced this by calling tho latter
a liar. The inato did not kick
tho cook. Captain Peabody fur ,
ther stated that Bielenberg had
aivnn no end of troublo and that
he was generally disliked by the
men aboard. Only a little while
ago ho had troublo' with some of
.mage wucox stated, in sum
ming up the case, that O'Neil
had no business to co into the
alley. Tho Captain was nor-
eotly ablo to tako care of any
affairs aboard ship without inter
ference. Besides that, whon ho
did start in on tho cook, he had
no right to "do him up" as ho
evidently did. A fino of 25 and
costs was imposed.
Are cordially Invited to attend a meeting
at the Arlington Hotel, King street, at 7:30
on Wednesday evening next, February 1st,
to consider the advisability of presenting
an address to Lord Charles Beresford on
Ills arrival here tills week. nji-3t
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every respect. You will
find It good because Its styles are not only tasty, but desirable and
serviceable. GOOD because Its assortment Is varied and complete.
GOOD because It shows full, honest value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOD NOTHING,
except your time, to call and see for yourself, and If your TIME Is
valuable you cannot spend It to a better advantage, or at any place
where you will receive better returns than examining our superb
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Sign op the Bio Shoe,
-33, Queen Street
THURSDAY, Fob. 2, 1890,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. J. MORT OAT,
Emma street, opposite Emma Square, I
will sell at Public Auction, Household Fur
niture, comprising :
LACE CURTAINS. EASY CHAIRS,
DIVANS AND COUCHES.
CARPETING, LARGE RUGS.
PORTIERES, BAMBOO SHELVES,
OAK BEDROOM SET,
PIANO LAMP. HALL LAMPS.
FINE BLACK WALNUT DINING
B. W. CHAIRS, MAKULfc-TOP blDb
BOARD, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
i MEDALLION STOVE AND UTEN
SILS, REFRIGERATOR. MEAT SAFE,
i FINE COLLECTION OF PALMS
i MAMMOTH SAGO PALM,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
In the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, Hawaiian
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of S.
Decker, of Honolulu, a Bankrupt :
Creditors of the said Bankrupt are here
by notified to come in and prove their
claims before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu,
on Friday, the 3rd day of February, 1809,
between the hours of ten In the forenoon
and noon of the said day, and elect an
Assignee, or Assignees, of the said Bank
By the Court: '
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
H3o-tF2ln of the First Circuit.
A PAYING BUSINESS. CHANCE
FOR ONE WITH SMALL CAPITAL
See ter '
i"3-im 315 FortSt.
J. F. POST ,
As the Comic
66 JE1 n ppy Hopper
v In his NEW. rUNNY PLAY.
m LOUISE LLEfflLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
Ictffi THE BEST!
To-night, January 31
Great Business Opening!
1 HAVE A VALUABLE
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an active business man
for placing the work on the market. This
is a splendid business opening for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
1127 L. V. G., Bulletin office.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 121 Queen St.
t, farm at lUmakus $ 7.5
a. 4 Lots at Maklkl 1 5
). ii tcxti lanj near town 6.
4. i acre ol lani comer o( town 4.so
5. A n-j ear lease 4 cottages ''!
6. A 40-mitm Lolclng House, is-ear lease. 5,000
T. Larcc lut at Malklkl o.ooo
8. ,17 acres coffee land, Kona '., J,ooa
9. 51 acres coffee latTj, Kona, 5 planted. .. .o
10. Lot H acre near town,, '.S
11. Cornerlot center of town 9.5
is. An 8-year lease s cottages i.ooa
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolllcc Lime, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods onthe coun
ters of merchants who advertise in