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TBE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 3, 1899.
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For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Plows, Forming Tools, Carpenters'
Tools, Windmills, Pumps, Paints 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,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and ItainMer Agents.
Machines Sold on Installments. Kentlng anJ Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET,
HOW THE U. 8, SCANDIA
,ArriYal of One of Uocle Sam!s Troop
ships iq Port.
Hu 1211 Soldiers of the 20th Infantry Aboard
S.nt a Pleasant Trip from San Fran
, Cisco Some Changes Made.
Tho U. S. S. Scandia, Captain
F. W. -Hurt commander, arrived
in port this forenoon, 7i days
from San Francisco which port
sho sailed from January 2G. Tbe
SenndU hud an extremely pleas
ant tiip all tho way dawn and tho
officers and soldiers oboird are all
in the very beat condition. Tlmre
-wni hardly a cise of sickness
throughout tho whole trip. The
Scandia is now alongside tho
There are aboard tho Scandia
1207 Regulars and four Iowa re
cruits. This makes a total of
1211 soldiers, iu which is includ
ed, a military band. There aro in
all, thirty oilicers. The whole is
iu charge of Brigadier Geuor.nl
"Wheaton. Throe clerks, ouo foon
ior tho Paymaster, Commissary
and Quartermaster's departments,
are alBO aboard.
Tho Scandia has been painted
-white and, on this account, ap-.-.
. -i. i ii t. ,i.j
JjVuio IUUUU iuit;ui iuuu ana uiu .
-when she appeared hero last in I
llnck. The name "U S S Scan
dia, U 8 A Q M Dop'.t," mav bo
found in place of the former "TJ S
T S Scandia."
There have been several hangee
in tho personnel of tho ship's
officers. Otptain Messer is no
longer with tho S. andia. His
placo has been tak-u by Captain
A S Lombard's place as purser,
las beon takon by F M Bucklin,
formerly the freight clerk and
Louis Corwin, formerly of tho
Engineer's Doprtiuout, is freight
clerk. A Bus--! is now ohtet
steward and R Peifer, hccoihI.
feecoud (Juicer Alagoon is now
iirst olueer. Tho others are as
follows: F A Gardner, second;
Tho Hunt, third; J F Martin,
The uniforms of tho officers of
tho ship havo been changed.
WhereaB thero were no letters on
- tho collars of tho coata wbon th
Scandia appoorod here last time,
caoh ono now has "U S A T" iu
gold letters on it. Ou oaoh sleeve
appears a raised gold star. "
Tho Seundia will coal and bike
on necessary provisions bb quick
ly as potsible. Tho present cal
culations are that she will bo bore
about threo days.
TfOWELL-TAPLIN In Honolulu,
on the cvonliik' of January 2. 1809,
at the resilience) of II M Whitney,
ly Rev V M ICIncald, Mr AllouM
Nowell, ofl'ahala, Kau, Huwnll,
to Mlsi Ituth Tuiilln, iluughtor of
.M Tupllu Esq, of Boston, Ho.hu.
- - HONOLULU, 11. I.
BASIS OF ALL EXISTENCE
Teach the Boys Agriculture is Commis
sioner Herbert's Advice.
He Condemns the Course that Tends to Naught
But Colonization of Coolies-Promise
of Paradise Not Kept.
Allen Horbert, agricultural and
horticultural enthusiast and mem
ber of tho Board of Agriculture,
was accostod in his buggy by a
Bulletin reporter and asked if
auy new projects woro under con
sideration. "No," ho replied. "I would
liko to seo the proposed experi
mental and training farm started
back of Punchbowl or somowhere.
Thore ought to bo some place of
that kind provided for toachipg
the boys in tho Reformatory
school agriculture They can
learu little or nothing of practical
usefulness in tho present condi
tions of tho institution.
" Agriculture is tho basis or all
wealth. Tho human race depends
on it for existence. Give a boy an
agricultural training and he can
make his way anywhere. If ouo
had tho knowledge of Prof. Koe-
belo, for instance, bo would have
positions open lor him today iu
China or Japan.
" If you advertise for a book
keeper, the chances aro that forty
young men will tumble ovor each
othor to get the place. But. how
many would turn up if you offer
them a obanco to work on a
Mr. Herbert spoko indignantly
of tho course of certain prominent
men in grabbing land right and
left for starting corporate planta
tions thereon, tho result of which
was to prevent tho arrival of the
day of general and independent
farming by homo-makers. It was
a course that tended increasingly
to the populating of tho country
chiefly with coolies.
Repeating tho tenor of a com
munication of his recently pub
lished in the Bulletin, Mr. Hor
bert askod where wero the cosy
farmsteads, tho orchards and vino
yards, the pretty white fenceB,
which wero promised would bord
er tho entire route of the Oahu
railway. Instead, all along tbe
line, wero seen coolio laborers
swarming in the fields and their
rudo cabins dotting tho landscape.
1 have this day sold all my right, title
and Interest In and to the Criterion Bar
ber shop to G. A. Bowers.
Thanking the public for liberal patronage
in the past, I ask for a continuance of the
same to the new proprietor.
c. j. McCarthy.
Honolulu, Feby. 2, 1899. "343t
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dlslnfeclln?
Machine nut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 10641111
ANTED Position as cook on steamer. Ad'
dress x.Y z bulletin office. it)4tw
WANIED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kin; and
Aliket streets. 1067-1!
1ANTED 500 Men to net Shaved (or i cents, at
V 'oioHrort street, opposite the Club Stables,
toji-tf II. JEFFS, Proprietor.
THE PUnLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louls Col-
lege. St. Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Niplholcum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents.
nOARt) AND ROOMS.
OAHD WITH NICE IURNISIILD KOOMS.
$oa Uerctanla street. ttja-im
FUND Pouch contalntnc (llcvcle outfit. 0ncr
Can have same by catling at the Evening Uullctln
office an4 paying expenses. mi
I OST-A WHITE ri!ATIICK IIOA on the roai to
-- Moana Liu last Suniay. Please return 1 1 this
office anJ receive reward. uzotf
I OST-A GOLD PIN with DIAMOND In the cen---
trr; between Walkahalulu Bridge and Al.1p.1l St.
Uclurn to this office. tio3-im
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book 0117, In (avor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward by leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noi-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Teed Co.,
COM SALE 1 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO.
1 Inquire at Popular, fort street
OPTOimWITY rOR DAIRYMEN l-Island-tred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W, O. Irwin dairy. For further particulars inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. iiji-tf
COR SALE-Brllnd new rURNITURE. bedroom
' sets, kitchen furniture, and everything needed for
a beautiful home. Inquire at hardware store next to
Union Express Co , King street. n)o-iw
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In rerfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart, Fort St. 1101-lf
COR SALE-BOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
r Suitable for chare! or residence. Bert-strom
Muilc Co., Fort street.
EST aj cent meal In town. Try It and be con-
Linis Lxceisinr icestaurant. 1041.
AE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
rental. California Feed Co., Agents.
and keen them n order. Tor
JOHN L. KA.ULUKOA,
A.t torney-at-L aw
Bethel St., Honolulu.
The business of P. J. Voeller will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written orJer from -the under
signed. JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'g'r and Att'y In Fart for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January 10, 1899. 1114-im
That all Bicycles left at Bailey's Hono
lulu Cyclery, 231 King Street, for more
than 30 Days will be sold at auction to pay
the Tepalr bill that may be owing against
them. Tills notice Is especially given to
the parties who own Several bicycles (10)
that have been left In my store from 2
months to 8 months.
ii34-iw J. S. BAILEY.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger Jnes.
One of tho Union Feed Oo.'s
delivery wagonB was nearly
smashed betwoen 12 and 1 o'clock
today. Tho driver left tho borso
standing without being tied, in tbe
vicinity of the soldiers from tbe
Scandia who wero then on tho
Irmgard wharf. The animal bo
came frightened and ran away.
Lieut. Gardner of the police forco
was near by and, making a tobIi
for tbe wagon, jumped aboard.
Finding the linos were trailing on
the ground and being unablo to
stop the horse, ho jumped off.
Mounted Patrolman A. Spillnor.
X son of Captain tSpillaer, was an
other who happened to bo near at
tho timo. Ho spurred up his
horso and soon had the runaway
at a standstill.
Tho Portuguese driver of tho
runaway horso was censured later
by the Doputy Marshal for leav
ing horse untied.
Services of tho Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ appear in
the oburoh directory. Sunday
evening Elder TJ W Greene will
preach. Subject "What Stops aro
Essential to Salvation."
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
3, 1 p m Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Feb 3.
Temperature Mnrninir minimum,
02; Midday maximum, 78.
(Barometer corrected for gravity, .06.)
Barometer, 0 a m, 2U.S8 rifling.
Rainfall, do, 0.02.
Humidity at 0 a ni 78 percent.
Dow Point Mi F.
Thursday, Feb 2.
Freeman, from Hawaii
U S S Scandia,
Friday, Feb 3.
Green, from Kl-
Hart, from Sim
TK K Amcrlca-Maru,
umna auu japan.
Friday, Fob 3.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Makawcll, Walmca and Kckuha at 5
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmnrsnu, for
Lahninn, Mualaea, Kona and Kau.
Am Hp St Frances, Winn, for New
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
T K K Amcrlca-Maru. Cone, for
San FranclHCo ta 0 a 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho r-chooner H C Wright sail
ed from Grays Harbor for Kahu
lui, Jan 25.
Thero are COCO bags of sugar
left at Labaiua. This report camo
by tho Kilohaua that arrived last
XThe bark Albert, tho ship I F
Chapman nnd tho echooner Robert
Lowers nil sailed, for this port,
Tho Maui arrived from Paau
bau yesterday afternoon with a
cargo of 11,000 bags of sugar from
the plantation thoro. Sho will not
go out naiu uutil next week. Tbe
Maui is putting hor sugar into tho
Tho Wnialeale arrived from Ki
lnuoa, Kauai, this morning with
3G00 baps of sugar for W G Irwin
& Co. The purser .reports 41,129
linns of sugar on Kauai, divided as
follows: M 8 Co, 1200; H M 1C,
OOd; L P, 8000; K P, 4000; M A K,
:W13: U U, liHu; Ji a ai, odui);
"Diamond" W, 1500; V K, 120 and
K S Co, 250. No communication
with Eleelo could bo obtained.
The T K K Amenca-MBru,Copo
commander, arrived off port at 7
o'clock this morning from Ohina
and Japan. Sho bad a very pleas
ant trip from Yokohama. Purser
Comfort reports aB follows: Sail
ed from Hongkong, Jan 4 at 1:12
p m; Shnncbai, Jan 8 at 2:32 p m;
Nagai-nki, Jan 21 at 0:40 a m; Ko
be, J 11 22 at 5:25 p m; Yokohama,
Jai 'J5 nt 12:45 p m, and arrived
ns above. This is the first trip of
tho Amorica-Maru to this port.
She arrived a day before scheduled
Tho American ship St Frances,
Winn master, soiled for Now York
this forenoon with a cargo of 48,-
13U bags of sugar valued at $230,
209.01, divided as follows: O
Brewer & Co, 31G1 bags; H Hack
feld & Co, 1G.24G bags; Castle &
Cooke, 5G2G bogs; J M DowBett,
1010 bags; F A Sohoefer & Co,
5408 bags; Alexander & Baldwin,
5900; H WaterbouBe & Co, 5250;
M S Grinbaum & Co, 5500 bags.
Thero was no trouble at all with
tho crew. Tho men were porfootly
willing to go.
From Ohina and Japnn.por TKK
AmorioH-Maru, Feb 3 Through:
Lord Ohnrles Berosford and valet,
P. Grey, E Rittenhouse, A Cohn, 11
O Kingslny, F W Baker, Cora O
P Reese, U8N.Q Okada, H Ko
bayashi, Oapt O W Forenbolt, TJ
S N, M Rivero, Capt Farrell, TJ 8
A, S F Phillips, II H Winno, J
Wilo, M Arnolt, Mrs C P Reose,
Lt W Naumann, Mr and Mrs Bog
noil, J W Young, E Riegode Dioo,
Mrs U li iiarret, Lieut Aloe, U U
A, Dr J J Guisti, Mrs Fonc Lpo
See, Miss Hoy Sam, Oapt W M
Uanbory, Master Reese, 1' Hon
koshi, Master Ba'gnall and Mr and
MrB E Young.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, por
stmr Mauna Loa, Feb 3 W Brede,
Mrs Hil, O Willis, Sarah Crockett,
G P Wildor, W Berlowilz, F Koa
ter, M Silva, A Makekau, J Goorp
or, A Nooll, P A Dias, Miss E O
Smith, Dr Rowatl, Dr Hayashi
land J D Paris.
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 YOU 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 of the Bio Shoe,
It Port street.
-33 Queen Street
Fine Residence For Sale.
Rosldonco of Mr. F. Wnlilron, on
Luimlllo stroot ; 140 foct on Lunalllo
sttoot, 120 to 181 foot doop.
Contains 20,070 square, foot.
A now, comfortablo liouso on tho prop
erty, CQiitalnlng.9 rooms.
Furthor particulars at my ofllco.
J AS. 1?. MORGAN,
British-American S.S.Co.'s Line
SEATTLE AND TACOHA
HONOLULU AND HILO
Will leave Seattle and Tacoma for Hona
lulu and Hllo, on
Fcb'y IQtlt, ngnln on Mnrch 20th",
and monthly thereafter.
Space and accommodations should beea
gaged ahead. .All railroad agents In the
bastern States are now prepared to quote
rates anu sen ucneis mrougu to xne na'
HENRY WATERHODSE & CO.,
Queen Street General Agents,
FAMILY THEATRE. ' 1
J. P. POST MANAGLK
In a. ISTe-w Role.
A MILlTAltY DIIAMA,
MR LOUISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
S! THE BEST!
TO-NIGHT, FEB. 3,
Great Business OpeningT,
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
1 127 L. W. C, 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. 310 Fort St.
i. Tarm at llamakua $ 7,500
a. 4 Lois at Maklkl 3500
). 7 ;S acre, land near town 6,000
4. ii acru of lanJ center ot town 4.300
;. A wear lease cottages 1,15a
6. A 4o-room Lodelng House, 13-year lease. J.000
7. Large lot at Malklkl 10,000
8. 173 acres coffee land, Kona .v..... 3.000
0. 51 acres coffee lanJ, Kona, J5 planted,... 6,000,
10. Lot i acre near town 1,30a
it. Corner lot center of town 9,30a
ii. An 8-year lease a cottages ' 1,00a
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofficc Lnnc, - Honolulu.
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No shop-worn goods on'the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in