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Californial Oriental S. S. Co.
, THE S. S. "CARLISLE CITY,"
Now in Port, is Ready to Receive Freight
FOR SAN DIEGO!
A And Other California Ports.
Direct connections made with the ATCHISON, TOPEKA
& SANTA FE R. R. for all Eastern points.
Steamer Sails at 6 p. in. Friday, February 24th I
! II V. l T S". rf-V
U you do wo can furnish ou with tlio needed
articles to scrape with. The Ooluinhus Steel
Scraper is the handiest for quick work on
plantation or road work and the It -vnlving
Scraper is a little handier. If this
is too warm work for you, huy a good Bengal
Itazor and take a scrape. Don't know usl what's
the diilerence, call in and scrape up an acquain
tance and you a ill find that you are treated so
well that you will want to come again.
General Hardware, Paints, Oil, Bicycle,
Leather, etc., etc.
: :AT: :
Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
Columbia unci Itambler Agonts.
.BRITISHER AND YANKEES
Chicago F. Hacliraann, tlio
MilwHukoa invontor, exhibited
today lit tho ollic.o of the Wenturn
Eloctrical Company on South
Jefferson street, nn electric
typewriter which bo claims' will
lwolutiouiza telegraphy. In ap
imranco it suggests au ordinary
typewriting mackin, oxcept boiug
fiimplur in coontruotion. Tho
Oisenttal partB oE the machine aro
ti cylinder, spaed rdgul.Uor, six
goir wheols autl a sounder similar
to tho soundor of tho 'Morse in
strument. By pressing a letter on tho key
board a loiter in written not only
upon tho paper 'in tho machine
but upon a sheet of paper uuder n
similar machine at tho other end
of tho wiro, at any diBtauco,
ns for inslance Ohicatjo to
Sun Francisco. The invontor
claims that a muck gceatur speed
in writing can be obtained on
this machine thau o'n au ordinary
typewriter, for tho reason that
on tlw now rnaokino tho depression
of the kovs can bo made practi-
-cally simultaneously and there
will not bo, as in tho operation of
an ordinary typewriter, that con
fltautly abrogating loss of timo
rendered unavoidable by the ne
cessity of allowing time for tlio
koys to spring upward to tho
normal lovol. It is claimed the
result ot this saving of timo gives
a good operator power to write
180 words a minute.
"By tho present telegraph sys
tem the eloctrio circuit has to bo
broken throe times on avorage,
during the sending of ovory let-
tor," said Hachmann. "In using
tho now raechino tho circuit has
to ba broken only onto iu writing
each lettor. By tho tape machine
jiow used in stook quotations only
twonty to thirty words can bo sent
a minuto, and by the ordinary
.eyftem not mora, than forty to
sixty words a minute, but it will
nrint Hi run nl both ends of tho
wire in good, round, readable
Hachmann is at work on a
iclnniu to altsoh his new typo
writer to linotype machines so
" respondents may not only send
I ut put in typs their matter.
No shop-worn goods pn the coun
ters ot merchants who advertise in
'I he Bulletin. '
rw irwm"'f,r f', iqcv
& BALDWIN, Agents.
& SON, Ltd,
NOTES OF THE U, S. NAVY
A well informed navy mao,
speaking of tho establishment heio
of naval station, had tho following
to say yesterday:
"There is of course, no doubt in
anyone's mind that Uuclo Sara
intended to establish a navril sta
tion here, but w.hat will be the
first stops taken toward such au
"A naval station moans a great
deal. It means tho building of
whnrrBti, dry dookB nud coal sheds,
tho establishment of a station on
Hhorowhoio tho ollicers aesiguetl
hero by tho Navy Department,
will roside, aud many other
"As to tho wharf part,bids are now
being put in for the construction
of wharves nt tho places already
sot apart for that uso. This will
bo tho first work aud I expect to
see its beginning very soon.
"After that will come tho build
ing of moro shods for the United
States con!. Tho stationing hero
of a man-of-war, tho Badger,
will, of course, como very soon.
This will be another step toward
the establishment of a uaval sta
" Since I have mentioned tho
Badger, I might tell you somo of
her movements. Tlio Badger bas
already left Norfolk. Her trip
will be nround tho Horn to ports
sock as Valparaiso and Callao.
She will thon proceed to San
Francisco, thero to tako on pay
master's stores for this port.
" Tho work of putting in a dry
dock hero I do not expect to soo
for somo timo yet. This will coat
up in tho millions.
" Honolulu Bboulu feel nattered
that there are bo muny applica
tions in from navy men to bo as
signod to duty at the station to bo
established hero. Nearly every
ollicor who has been hero wants to
Work noes along on the Soindia.
When the Carlisle City sails, she
will haul around to the front part
of tho PaciCo Mail wharf.
Faymastor Stanton of tho Phila
delphia, is on his last cruise. Ho
hats aervt'd his timo and his next
step will be to tako tho oflico of
Tin Evening Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 75 cents a month.
THE EVENING BULLETINS HONOLULU, H". L, FEBKUAHY 2$',
YtfSSJi-1 Mi tolum uill t4 iniltliJ at If tints
i$rZ , altnijtrtl inttrtton; to etnti sttond inter,
lion; o unit a mtk an J to etntt it moult. 7ti ii III
cbupcil iJurliiint tvir offtrtJ lit ptopll of Honolulu.
Wn WANT YOU TO HAVE West Dlslnfectlnc
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, anj
save sickness, California Feed Co.,AKents 1069
I OST A tlue Waterr-ronf Cloth Cloik, al the
- luncliron In Central Union parlors TliursJay.
rlnJer Mill please fcturn to Bulletin Office itjl-tl
I OST A WHITE FKATIIHR IIOA on tin roaJ to
- Aloana Lua last SunJay, Please return ti this
office and receive rcwarJ itaCtf
t OST A GOLD PIN with a WAMONlTln the ceiv
L" tor; between Walkahalulu Bridge and Alapal St.
Return to this office. 1 io8jm
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book om, In favor
of Wm. Crawford, lias been lost. Finder will
receive sultiMe reward lv Ipavtnirsime at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CIIINCSC NTWS. lioa-ll
A Lire, from nof having West iJIslnfectlni; Ma
chines In our houses. Chloro-Nartholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California lecd Co.,
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply S," Bulletin Ufhce. 1151-im.
pOR SALn-4 Lots at Maklkl. by GEO. 10RD.
I Inquire at Popular, I ort street. njfim
OPPORTUNITY I OR DAIRYAlfSM-Mand-tred
dairy stock, bred ta the tlioroushbred sire of the
W Ci. Irwin dairy, lor further particulars Inquired
C W Maclarlane. ti)i-tf
COR SALL'-One SIIII'MAN bNGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II G. Blart, lort St. 1101-lf
A-TWOUNUAllnd Pedal Bass REtl) ORGAN
Suitable tor chipel or residence. Uercktrom
Music Co., Port street. 1067
BEST ejeent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Lind's Lxcelsinr Restaurant. 1041.
LI) A 0un17 mm enmersmt with flcurrs.
ho ran write a eond hmd. for ofticeasslstant.
Appl), In own titndwrltlni;, ' O." Ilulklln Oflne.
WANTFl) tonnt a enttnee, furnlihci nr unfur
nished, i In fanjlly; no children. Address "C"
Bulletin Oflice iiji
WANTEH-To rurchae for CA..h. USLD HAWA
IIAN lOSTAr,fc STAMPS. 10 of eachsalue.
M DAVIS. 87 Shuter St., .Montreal, Canada ns6-im
WANIED-Scveral SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kin? and
WANTED 500 Men to Ret ihaved for 15 cents, at
6ioJ$ Tort street, opposite the Club Stables,
loii-tf II. JEI IS, Proprietor.
THE PUBLICTO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahti
Insane Asvlum. nnd other public Institutions. ue our
Chlnrn-Naptholeum with great success. California
I ted 1,0., Agents. 1009
COTTAGE TOR RENT Pour-room cottage on
Younc street, near Sim Parker s. for rent from
Marih 1, 1.838, for six months, f irnlsheJ or unfur
nished. Apply on premises. TclcphonetS;, 1145
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental, California Feed Co., Agents. 1069
nOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD WITH NICE
yia Beretanla street.
FOUND Pouch containing lilcscle ouiflt. 0ner
can tine same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses, ttsi
Billiard Table with all"
pi lances. I
4 First-class Lots centrally locateJ.
H5Vim U. b. HUAKUiViAN.
A 11 rum I Meeting.
The Annual Meetlnc of the Stockholders
of the O.ihu Railway & Land Company
will be held at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms. In Honolulu, on Tuesday. Feb
ruary 2SU1, 1809, at j o'clock p. mv
u.iu. W. tJ. A5t1L,ei,
U53-3t ? - " Secretary.
FIRST ANNUAL BALL.
The Fitst Annual Ball of the Employees
of the New England Baking & Cindy Co.
will be held In the Garden Lanai adjoin
ing, on Motel street, Wednesday, March 8,
1S09. Tickets, admitting Gentleman and
Ladles, 50 cents. Only a limited number
will be sold. ii5j-iw
notice Is hereby given that there
has been ithls day li
Cleric of the Judlcla
i the office of the
Department a pro-
to the confirmation of the sale made
to Harry Evans of the steamship Ciry of
Columbia on February 21st, 1890 at 12
o'clock noon of said date.
Dated February 23rd A. D. 1809.
KINNEY, BALLOU & MCCLANAHAN,
Attorneys for W. J. Smith et al.
Tenders for New School
Sealed tenders for the construction of a
new school building, exclusive of excava
tions and foundations, at Kulaokaluia,
Beretanla street, Honolulu, will be received
at the office of the Department of Public
Instruction until noon of Thursday, March
30. Plansand specifications can be seen
at 'the office of Ripley and Dickey, Hono
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPER,
1153 Minister of Public Instruction.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page,
Diamond Hcnd SiKiinl Station, Feb
24,1 111 Weather squally, wind fresh
Weather liurcnu, 1'unaliou, Feb 24.
Tenitieraturo Morning minimum,
GS; Mlriihiy maximum, 80.
(Barometer corrected for gravity-. 06 )
Jlnrometur, 0 a 111. 30.01 sternly
Rainfall, do, 0.01.
Humidity nt 0 n 111 GO percent.
. in jr.
possibly will 'cod.
Friday, Fob 21.
Stinr Iwnlani Gregory, from Ka
uai; filt&fl bugs sugar for 11 Huckfcltl it
Co mid F A tjcluiufer & Co.
Btnir Noenu, I'etlorsen, from IFa
inakun and Ltilmlua; 4400 hags sugar.
Stmr Upolu, Ioiiulngson,from Ko
lmla nntl Komi.
Am H'hr Prosper, Paulson, In bal
last for tlio Sound.
Friday, Fob 21.
Stmt' Manna T.oa, HluierHon, for
Lalinlnn, Mtialnen, Komi mid Kiui.
Stmr MlUulmln, Thompson, for
Mnktiwcll, Walmoa unci Kokalia fit o
BrltSS Carlisle City, Altkon, for
San J)lego, Oil, at 0 p 111.
Stinr .lames Makeo, Ttillett, for
VESS1XH LKAVIXd TOMOllItOW.
Stinr llolone, Muudonald, for Pa
nulmu Kukalati, Onltnla, Laupahoc
lioe autl Papalon ut 3 p m.
The Ilelene sails on her usual
Tho Bruins sailed for San Fran
csro this forenoon.
Tho Invorinark has hauled
alongside the Irmgnrd wharf to
Tho Bessie E. StevonH has
como into port from hor anchor
age off port.
Tim Endeavor aud Maria E
Smith are discharging at Allen it
ItobiuBnn'Bwhatf near tho Oceanic.
Tho Garonne is supposed to
havo sailed from Scittlo, Febru
ary 15. According to that, Bhe
hIiihiM be in Hilo now and should
make Honolulu about Sunday.
Tho purser of ouo of tho Inter
Islnutl steamers stated in his re
port that, on the last trip of the
James Miikeo to Kauai, she could
not make Kapaa. This is denied
bv tho Makeo people. Sho did
Tho Noeau oimo in from tTninii-
kua and Lnhaina today. Purser
Christian tenoits its follows : Ruin
squalls at Uonokaa and Kukuiha
olo Thursday. Supor left, as lol
lows: "Diamond" H, 1050 nogs;
H 8 Co, 140D, nud P S M, 2C00.
Georco Alton, who has charge
of the work of uisobnrgiag Allen
llobinH hi'b lumber vessels, is
nmkinc a lino record for himself.
He sneeoeds iu discharging ves
sels with great dispatch nud in
good shapo. This of course,
pleases tuo skippers groatiy.
For Lahnina, por stmr Kilo
haua, Fob 23-A V Gear, T F
Lansing, F H Hayaeldon.
For Hnnamaulu, per stmr Ke
atiuou, Fob 23 Mr Cathcart nud
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Manna Loa, Feb 24 J Oud
etkirk, Miss Greenwell, P Lewis,
Mies Lizzie Aukai, J S Emerson,
W P Fennell, Miss Alapai, Geo H
Robertson, S W Crook, Mr Bark
hausen, W H Cornwall, Rev J
Kauhano, W W Bruner, J A Alie-
ong, Miss Ella Paris, O A Doyle,
D Center and wife, I children nud
nurse, Mastor Center, Priuco
Cupid Kulaniannole, wife nnd ser
vant", H G Gorin, Mr Robinson,
Mr Williams, Tong Ming and 0
From Hamakua and Lahnina,
por stmr Noeau, Feb 24 Mrs H
G Danford, Mtb G Walt, Miss M
A Cotfield nnd 3 on tbek.
The Annual Meetlnc of the Stockholders
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, ua win ce neiu at tneollice of the
Company, on Tuesday, March 7th, 1899,
at loo'clock A. M.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1899. H43-tM6
. Subscribers to tba BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
P : 13
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 ROTpfi,
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,,
Sio of tiih Big Shoh,
XX l?orfc streot.
-33 Queen Street
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
WILL E. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
T. V. KIN'fl
j. r. i-obT
February 2Sth and March 2nd
Local Specialty Show !
Oest Local Talent secured.
Reserved Seats on sale at the Honolulu
Reserved Chairs, 50c; general admis
Big Ten! 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
No. 310 Fort St.
I, Tarni at Hamakua $ 7,30a
t. 4 Lots at MaLlkl 3300
), J5 acres land near town 6,ooa
4. M acre of land center of town 4,sa
5. SOLD. v
6. A 40-room Lodging House, u-year lease. ' 5.000
7. Large lot at Malklkl 10,00a
8. 17J acres coffee land, Kona 3.o
9. ji acres coffee land, Kona, J4 planted.... 6.00a
10. Lot b acre near torni 1,500'" '
II. Comerlot center of town 0,50a 1
ia. SOLD. "7
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PostofSIcc Lane. - Honolulu