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TEE EVENING BULLETIN:
HONOLULU, H. I.,
1HUU ' . imjM'
Do You Scrape?
If you do avo can furnish you with tho needed
articles to scrape with. Tho Columbus Steel
Semper is tho handiest for quick work on
plantation or road work and tho In
volving Scraper is ai little handier. If this
is too warm work for you, buy a good Bengal
ltazor and take a scrape. Don't know us'? what's
the difl'erence, call in and scrape up an acquain
tance and you will find that you are treated so
well that you will want to coino again.
Gonoral Hardware, Paints, Oil, Bicycle,
Lcathor, ot, etc.
: :AT: :
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
C.VU OP JIM iikwhon.
TrMliiinny Txkr. t'p Forenoon in I'o.
Tho case of Jim Ilewaon, tho
keppor of a placo iu Kskaako,
cauit up in tho Polico Court this
foiiioon. Hewson was charged
with aullinc spirituous liquor
without a license. Attorney Do
JJnlt nppearod for the defendant
and Ma shnl Brown for proiecu
tion. Hack drivers, woinon of quoH
Unliable tfkarncter, frequent? of
H-twtiou'd place, making boiuo
twenty in nil, woro called as wit-
nejes a nil Hip case continued un
til 12 noon. Tho witnesses on thu
nido of tho d fonso word ihujzu
Iarly lnckinc in memory and th'
witnesses for tho prosecution i
showed tie hhido weakuess. One
, tfonL'tiuoa Onn
or lh" young men stated that ho
lost his souses after tho theater on
tho night Hewsnn was arrested
and that everything ho knew
nhout tho case had been told him
Ono of the baekmen said he
only drank at New Year's time
mid Judge Wilcox asked him bow
inany New Year's days there woio
on hi- calendar.
At about nnon, Mnrshnl Brown
jitated thiit Mary Mnrrw, ono of
the wituenaes.Jupon being told by
(id ofticer that" t-he as wanted to
testify in the case, slated that the
.Marshal might bo bio wed or words
to that effect. The prosecution
land not mado a case and ho did
not believe tho testimony of Miirv
Morris would holp out at all. Ho
would theroforo ask that a nolle
pros. I o i entered.
At this, Judizo Wilcox announc
ed that be iuteuded to continue
the caro until Monday and that
Mary Morris mu6t be brought be
fore bim. People could not fool
with tho coutt iuMhat manner,
liven if it roquirod force, the
woman must bo biought in.
NO MONKY Part UUNOAHV.
'flulm for Daitmaxea Heruus t llilvrs
Klllid t laxtr("n Uenlml.
Washington, Feb. 8. The State
Department, after mature cousid
('rat'o't, has declined to recoguizo
tbo claim of the Austro-Qungariun
Govornmeut for indomuity on
account of the Hungarian strikers
killed by Sheriff M-min' pd$ae at
Hazleton, Pa., Sep 10.1897. The
claim has beou pemling for many
months upon tho basis of a report
filed with tbo Statu Department
by Robort D. Coxe, the represen
tative of the A Mtro Hunuaiiau
(joveruniont. The departui' nt'
nutiou is based upon a special
opinion prepared by Solicitor W
Tj. Penfield covering tho outiio
field of national reapansibility in
caars of mob violenco or rioting.
Solicitor Penfield recites tho
ovidenco which resulted in tbo bo
.quittal of Sheriff Martin, and
Uwln, in effect that tho strikera
woto diiiturhurti of the p"acs and
violators of the law, aud that tiny
brought destruction upon tboit.
fiolves by refusing to obey th.
lawful coiuinand of tho Sheriff to
mwrrvvv- vw &?
J The Bulletin can satisfy
all your WANTS. It has
established a W A N T
& SON, Ltd,
TO INVESTIGATE MILES
Court to Decide Charges Made by
The President Outlines Their Course
Give an Opinion on the
Washington, February 9. Tho
President has appointed a court of
inquiry to examiuo into the
'charges touching tho meat fur
nished during tho war with Spain
and other matters involved iu tho
,,, ,,, , (innora Aui..u
against tho administration of war
utTtiirs. The order for tho com t is
"War Department, Adjutaut
Generul's otlice, Washington,
February 9, 1899. Tho following
order is puhlinhed for tho informa
tion aud guidauco of all concerned:
' In accordauco with tbo iu
structions of tho President of
February 3, 1899, a court of in
quiry, to couHiit of tho followiug
named ollicers, is hereby appoint
ed to meet iu this city on Febru
ary 15, 1899. Detail for the
"Mitjor-Qeue.nl Jamos F. Wade,
United States Volunteers.
"BrigHdier-Genoral George W.
Davis, United Status Volunteers.
"Colonel G L. Gillespie. Corns
of Engineers, United States Army.
"jjieutenant Colonel Uoorgo IS.
Davis, Deputy Judo Advocate
General, United Stntea Army, re
"The court is hereby directed t
investigate tho allegations
of the Mttjor-General commanding
tho Army in respect to tho un
fitness for issue of certain "articles
of food furnished by the subsis
Inuco department to the troops in
tho field during the recent opera
tions in Cuba aed Porto Rico,
iu addition to its fiudiugs of fact,
the court will uubmit an opinion
upon tho merits of the caso, to
gether with such recommendations
of further proceedings as may be
warranted by tho facts developed
iu the courso of tho inquiry. The
otlicers named will repair to this
city for the purposes herein di
rected aud upon the adjournment
of the court will return to their
proper stations. Tho travel en
joined is necessary for tho public
service. R. A. Alokii,
"Secretary of War."
General Miles, when' seen, had
nothing to say rospocting the ap
poiutment of the court. He bas
been accumulating a largo amount
of evidonco along tho line of the
inquiry, but ho baa not chosen
any counsel, and n largo part of
in n evidenco lias been already
transmitted to tho War Investiga
I Itunnlnir Two Vessels,
Ouptaiu Nelson of tho Ada is
now running both that vessel, and
tbo Waialua. Ho returned from
Kauai with the Ada yesterday and,
returning to find tho Waialuu
loaded, will take her out tomorrow.
Whilo tho Waialua is away, the
Ada will bo loaded and Captain
Nelion will tako hor out' again
when be leturns.
The Evening Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 76 cents a month.
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lr2 d lint fin! inutticni in ttnll utm& iiitr.
Haul n ttnll wttk tnj (.i trill t tnitnlh. ltil II lit
ttfftil tJxtihunt r oftrlJ It, .. tif Honolulu.
Un WANT YOU TO HAVE a W1 Dlslnfectlnc
" Machine put In your dot nr cesspool, and
...vinmiri., iiuurni irv4LO.,AKfms.
WANTLli to rent coltac. tuiflWif J or unlur
nUhei; ) In family; no children. Address "C"
llulletln Olncr. list
WANTt:i)-To Piirclu.c (or c.nh. USHtJ HAWA
IIAN lOSTAiE STAMPS, io of each value.
M. DAVIS, 8r Shuter St.. Montreal, Cana da, 1 156-im
UAN1 ED Several SMALLUOYS Apply "at
v Honolulu Atesstnger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. io6?-tl
ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved (or t j cents, at
vv 610H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
loji'K H.JLT1S. Proprietor.
THE PUnUC TO KNOW that the St. LouTs Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other putllc Institutions, ue our
Chlnrn-Nartholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. to6o
COTTAGE FOR RENT Tour-room cottage on
Younir street, near Sam Parker's, (or rent from
March 1, 1608, (or six months, furnished or un(ur
nlihed. Apply on premises. Telephone 687. 114)
WE RENT the"west DISINFECTlNCrMAcTuNES
and keep them In order, (or a small monthly
rental. CalKornla Feed Co.. Agents. to6o
pOK SALE-4 Lots at Makllcl, by GEO. FORD.
I Inquire at Popular, Fort street. nji-im
J dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
w. ii, irwin dairy. 1 or lurtner particulars inquire 01
C, W Macfarlane. it ji-tf
PR SALE-OnT SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart, Fort St. noi-tf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence Dcrgstrom
Music Co., Tort street. 1067
BEST sj cent meal In town. Try it and be con
vinced, Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
HOARD AND ROOMS.
;oi lleretanla street.
FOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. 0ner
can hive same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses. itit
I OST-A WHITE FEATHER ROA on the road to
- Moans Lua last Sunday, Please return t this
office and receive reward, ii6tf
I OST-A GOLD PJN with a OlAMONCMn the cen-L-
tcr; between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. noS-jm
PASS-nOOK LOST, Pass Book our. In favor
ofWm Crawford, has reen lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward hv leavlnc same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. nos-lf
A Lire, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines Invourhouses. Chloro-Naothoteum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Teed Co.,
FILLING FOR SALE.
Parties deslrliiR to have filling for land,
consisting of Stone, Earth, Sand, or Coral
Rock, can be furnished In quantities to
suit by applying to., V
J. A. McGUIRE.
1151-iw Union E.xpress Co.
On account of the serious Illness of
Chas. Crelghton, Esq., the meeting of
Irlsmen nnd men of Irish descent called for
this evenlnc Is postponed. Due notice of
time and place of next meeting will be
C. W. bCLbS,
Bulls for Sale!
A lirrjited number of young grade
Devon, Durham and Holstein Bulls.
The sires of these Bulls are thor
oughbred, pedigreed stock, from the
well-known Oakland Park Stock
Farm, and La Siesta (F. H. Burke)
Ranch herds. For further particu
Or C. BREWER & CO.,
Bicycles at Auction
Under instructions from
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
J. F. Morgan will sell by
auction on Monday, 'Feb.
27, 1899, at his salesroom,
Queen street, Honolulu, at
12 o'clock noon, 12 Bicycles
le?t uncalled for and repair
J. F. MORGAN,
1 i50-5t Auctioneer.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh pa re,
Diamond Ilcatl Hlfftinl Station, Fell
'22, 1 p 111 Weather clear, wind light
Weather lturenu, Puunbou, Feb 22.
Temperature Mornlnj; mlnlmuni,
09) Mltltlay maxliuuni, 77.
(Uarometer corrected for Kravlty,o )
ilarnuieter, 0 a m, 30.00 slightly
Ilaiufnll, do. 0.0.1. In Mnnoa .30.
Humlillty nt 0 a 111 dO percent.
Dow Point 02 F.
Tuesday, Feb 21.
Am scbr Ucsste K ateventt, Ilarncr,
18 ilajs from Ban Francisco; 09 bbls
wine to onlcr.
Wednesday, Fob 22.
Btnir Kauai, llnilm, from Kauai;
7400 lings Htigar for II Hack fold & Co.
Htmr Klloliann,Thonipson, from La-
lialua; 3270 bngs sugar for II Hackfeld
Wednesday, Feb 22.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, for Klla
ucu, Kalllilwul and Walmea at 4 p in.
AmschrUB Holmes, Johnson, in
ballast for the Hound.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIUIOW.
Stnn Ivllnlmim, Thouinsnn, for La-
Imhia and Ka niupall at 4 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Golden Gate is at Brewer's
Tho James Makoo will load
BUgur at Hanamaulu.
The Eilobana sails for Lahaina
after anothor load of sugar tomor
row. Tho purser of tho Kauai repoits
72,250 bags of suar loft on Ka
uai yesterday afternoon.
Tho S N Castle will probably
net away for Sin FraucHco with a
full cargo of sugar this afternoon.
Tho Kilohana reports fair
weather at Lahatua and GOilO bugs
of sugar loft in tu'o warehouse
The Horculos has hauled along
side tho Oeennio wharf to dis
charge her coal. Sho will begin
The Mikahala was loading at
Makawoli yotofdty. She comes
in tomorrow morning with a full
enrgo of sugar from that place.
The Australia took to San Fran
cisco yesterday, a ca go of 18,00
bundles or Inues, 41U hags rice,
1000 hidos ami 4000 bunchos of
Tho American schooner Bessie
E Stevens, Haruer master, arrived
yesterday afternoon from San
l'ranoifco. lho captain is accoiu
pauied by his wife and daughter.
IlKD CROSS UAL.U
Wn.lilnu"n'a UlrthiUr Uthered In liy
the Army Hoy a.
The E (1 Gross ball givon in
Progrpsn ilnll lust evening wan u
sucens" a toially and iiuaucially.
lioyH f the army were present in
fiood numbers; array nuraoa and
loctu p-oplo. Those in charge
were: J. K. Flynn, Grant Clark,
Mark Miller; Reception Cora
niittee, John Saul, J) Dance, A.
Elesey, W. Rafferty, O. Peddler,
M. Goldsmith, J. Stone. I. Bnonce.
W. Naylor, Mark Miller; Floor
manager, Uuarlea tlauka; Floor
committee, Eay Fouib, H. .Martin,
The program of twenty nix
dances was carried out by the
merry-makers, and even at a lato
hour there were calls for more.
Tho Quintette olub furnished
Makes Island 1'oncvrt.
There will bo a publio moon
light conoert this Wednesday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock' at Makeo
March: Washington Post Souhh
Overture: Festival Lortzlng
Cornet Solo: Columbia (by re-
. uuest) Kolllnson
W uiwi wain, rua Hko Lohua
(h) Wal Mnjiuna. Ahea Oo
Tho Mhses Kelliaa and Alapal.
O rami Echo rieco: Sounds from
2Tear and Afar (by roquest
Echo: Wcsser, Kreuter, Ainanlee,
nuiuiuu nun iinuior.
Medley: Wushlngton Ulrthday...
Gavotte: Holy Day Ashor
oiarcn: Hiars ana Htrlpen For-
ino wiar spangiea Uanner.
m 9 m
CAimAIi In thlH city, February 22.
to the wife of Joneph C'uhral, an 11
MAURI K 1).
lulu, February 21, by Itov W
Gardnor, Mr J A Butterilold and
Miss Jessamine Curtis.
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, honsst value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOU NOTING,
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,
Xt Fort street.
-33 Queen Street
AtORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a power of sale contained in two certain
mortgages made by Auhea Kekauluohl,
D. Lolana Keku her husband and L. B.
Walhinano, otherwise known as L. U.
Walhlnalo, all of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, to Joseph Marsden of said Honolulu,
the first dated the 20th dav of Julv. 1807.
and recorded In the office of the Registrar
01 conveyances in saiu Honolulu in LlDer
171, on folios 88-00, and the second dated
the 23rd day of March, 1898, and recorded
In the office of the said Registrar, in liber
180, on the folios 304-5, the said Joseph
Marsden, Mortgagee, intends to foreclose
said mortgages for a bread) of the condi
tions In said mortgages contained, to
wit; the non-payment of the interest when
Notice is also hereby given that all and
singular the lands, tenements and here
ditaments in said mortgages contained
and described will be sold at public
auction at the auction rooms of ,James F.
Morgan on Queen Street In said Honolulu
on Monday, the 27th day of February,
A. D. 1899, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgages is thus
described, namely: All that certain piece
or parcel of land situate on the west cor
ner of King and Punchbowl streets In said
Honolulu, being the the premises described
in Land Commission Award No. 11212 to
M. Kekuanaoa and that were conveyed to
the said L. B. Walhinano by Walhinano by
deed dated October 28, 1868, and recorded
in the office of the said Registrar In Liber
26 on folio 356, and by the said L. B.
Walhinano conveyed to the said AUhea
Kehauluohl by deed dated July 28, 1897,
and recorded In the office of the Registrar
in Liber 172 on toilos 147-8, nd bounded
and described as follows: Commence at
the comer of King and Punchbowl streets
and run N. 53 deg. W. 1 chain 46 2-12 feet
along King street: thence S. 42 dec. W.
1 chain 62 feet along Road of
kuluwailahua: thence S. 21 dec. E. 1
chain 29 8-12 feet along the houses of
Hakau; thence N. so!i dec. b. 2)x c hams
along Punchbowl Street to nlace of com
mencement, containing an area ot 435
Terms Cash. Deeds at expense of pur
chaser. JOSEPH MARSDEN,
For further particulars apply to
MONSARRAT & WEBER,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, February 3, 1899.
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
J. F. POST.
February 28th and March 2nd
ocal Specialty Show !
Best Local Talent secured.
Reserved Seats on sale at the Honolulu
Reserved Chairs, toe- irmirril mimic.
Big Tent Show
Corner Alike a and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, 1 few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere-
tania streets. '
No. 310 Fort St.
Farm at lltmakua ,.J 7,500
4 Lois at Maklkl ,.,, J 500
7ji acres land near town 6,000
i acre of Unlcinier ol town 4,5"
A 4o-room Lodging House, u-year lease, 5,000
Large lot at Malklkl o,ooa
its acres coffee land, Kont !,ooo
j acres coffee land, Kona, i planted , , , . 6,00a
Lot M acre near town 1,500
Corner lot center of town 1 o.joa
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Posto!!Icc Lnnc, - Honolulu.
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