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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBItUAKY 25, 1899.
Do You Scrape?
If you do wo win Furnish you with tho needed
articles to scrape with. Tho Columbus Stcol
Sora)or is tho handiest for quick work on
plantation or road work and tho lli
volvini; Scrai)or is a little handier. If this
is too warm work for
Kaor and take a sorano.
tho difloronce, call in and scrape up an acquain
tance and you will find that you aro treated so
well that you will want to conio again.
G on oral Hardware, Paints, Oil, Bicycle,
Leather, etc., etc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Tenders for New School
Sealed tenders for the construction of a
few school building, exclusive of excava
tions and foundations, at Kulaokahua,
Berctnnla street, Honolulu, will be received
t tlie office of the Department of Public
Instruction until noon of Thursday, March
30. Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of Ripley and Dickey, Hono
lulu. The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPER,
u5V3t Minister of Public Instruction.
lulls for Sale!
A limited 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,
?. F. Morgan w se by
auction on Monday, Feb.
7, 1890, at his salesroom,
Queen street, Honolulu, at
12 o'clock noon, 12 Bicycles
left uncalled for and repair
J. F. MORGAN,
FIRST ANNUAL BALL.
The First Annual Ball of the Employees
of the New England Baking & Candy Co.
will be held in the Garden Lanal adjoin
ing, on Hotel street, Wednesday, March 8,
1809. Tickets, admitting Gentleman and
Ladles. 50 cents. Only a limited number
will be sold. M5J-IW
The Annual Meetlns of the Stockholders
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, Ltd., will beheld at tlieollice ot lie
Company, on Tuesday, March 7th, 1899,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1S99. U4-tM6
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
Of the Oahu Railway & Land Company
will be held at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms, in Honolulu, on Tuesday, Feb-
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. : 4 First-class I.pti centrally located.
iiS3-im G. E. BOARDMAN.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
you, buy a good Bengal
Don't, know us1? what's
Wlmt th Sclnitln la Ulnir.
The Sciudia is taking in an
average of 400 tons of crml a day.
This is not ns a od work as the
officers of tho whip would liko hut
it is tho bfBt that can bt done,
considering tho fact that the boil
ers of the steamer aro all being
rcpnirod aud that donkey engines
on Hborp instead of tho steam
winches nboaul, havp to be used
Coal is also being taken aboard by
means of baskots.
Tho Scindia will tnke on 3500
Ions of coal boforo proceoding to
Excellent work is being done
for 1I1.1 Soindix at the Honolulu
Iron Works. Men ore kept work
log night and tiny. It is different,
however, with tho mon working
on the boilers. The ollicers of the
ship eay they take their time aod
take nil holidays aud Sundays thut
Cheater Doyle Ku.
Chester A. Dojle, Japanese in
terpreter, left for Kapnpala
Ilauch, Kau, in the Mnunn Loh
yesterday morning. He has boen
granted n two months' leave uf
ubseuue and, durinu that tune,
will visit various places on the
TIium was some qnest'on as
to Mr. Doyle's gotting 11 way ou
account of a inaltur botweou the
Chief Justico and the two Circuit
Judgos. Tho latter finally pre
vailed aud Mr. JJole was able to
tnko his trip.
V. M. C. A. Not'.
At 8 o'clock this evening, Col.
Albert Whyto will lecturo in the
Y. M. C. A. hall on tho Klondike.
This lecturo will bo illustrated by
stcrcoptican views, Mr. Lighlfoot
manipulating the lautern. Mrs.
J. L. McLean will sing and Mr.
Lovekin will giro a cornet solo.
Theso special features will add
much to the pleasuro of the ovout.
Mr. H. E. Hendricks will speak
at the men s meeting in tho X. M
(J. A. hall Sunday afternoon at 4
Is Iniere.t.d In Nmo,
Lieut. Snfford, Exeoutivo offlcor
of the Sciudia, is very much
pleasod at tho prospeot of a visit
to Samoa. He is very muoh in
terested in tint placn and will
indulge in n farther study of the
place whilo thero.
Wheu Safford was in Samoa
tho last time, ho translated into
Samoan, the song "Ahi Wola"
and the natives there named him,
"Afi vevela." .
Pound Master's Notice of
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Oahu, and unless the pound fees and
damages are sooner satisfied, will be sold at
Public Auction at said Government Pound
on Saturday, March 11, 1899, at 12
One Bay Mare, branded with half sun
on the left hind hip, white mark on the
forehead, four black legs, shod all around.
One Gray Colt, brand unknown, four
Honolulu, Feby. 25, 1899. M54'3t
VJJS''l. 1W1 column will hi inurltJ at If will
J1!, a hntfirtt Inurtton; 10 tcnli ueond inter'
lion; jo emit a u ttk and to tcnli a month. 7 Ml It tht
chitfitt nJurtitlnt tvtr efftrtd Ihlftofll of Honolulu.
UB WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dtslnfcclhe
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool and
save sickness. California Teed Co.,Agents. 1069
1 OST A Illue Waterproof Cloth Cloak, at the
'- luncheon In Central Union parlors ThurJay.
TlnJer Hill please return to Uulletln Office ttjl-iw
I OST A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In tho cen-
ter; between Walkahalulu IlrlJce nnJ Alapal St
Return to this olfice. 1108-im
PASS-HOOK LOST. I'ass Hook om, In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been tost. Finder will
receive suitable reward bv leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. tioi-tf
A LITE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chlnro-Naptholeumkllls
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
FOR SALE A hanjwme Japanese screen for J 40,
Apply "S," Uulletln Office. njj-im.
COR SALE-j Lots at Maklkl. by CEO. l"ORD.
Inquire at Popular, Fort street. nji-tm
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN I-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred t , the thoroughbred sire of the
W. Ci. Irwin dalrv.
C. W Macfarlane,
1 or further particulars inquire or
PR SALE-One SlltPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart, Fort St. uoftf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Derirhtrom
Music Co., Fort street.
EST 95 cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vincw. Linj s Lxceisior Kestauram. 1041.
WANTED A young man conersant with figures,
who can write a rood hint, for office assistant.
Apply, In own handwriting, "O," Uulletln Olfice.
WANTEo to rent a cottage, furnished or unfur
nished; 1 In family; no children. Address "C"
Uulletln Office, 1151
WANTED AT QUEEN
WANTED-Torurch.e-forcah. USED HAWA
IIAN POSTAGb STAMPS, to of each value.
M DAVIS, 8?S!mtrrSt.. Montreal, Canada 1156-im
UAN1 ED-Seral SMALL BOYS. Apply at
v V Honolulu Messentrer Service, corner Klnvr and
Alakea streets. loor-tf
17 ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for is cents, at
W 6igJ Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
IOJI-11 11, .JLrrj, 1 'ri,'iicwir,
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis CoT-
lece. St Andrews Priory. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insane Asilum. and bther public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. 1069
COTTAGE TOR RENT Four-room cottage on
Younp street, near Sam Parker's, for rent from
March 1, i83, for six months, furnished or unfur
nlkhed. Apply on premises. Telephone 63?. 114s
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keeo them In order, for a small monthly
rental. Callfurnla Feed Co.. Agents. 1069
IIOAHD AND ROOMS.
OARD WITH NILE FURNISHED ROOMS.
jot licretanla street. nia-im
COUND Pouch containing fllcvcle outfit. O.ntr
I can h tve same by calling at thi Evening Bulletin
office nnd paying ententes. net
iio.ui: it,i(i:iir caku,
Tho Home Unkory Cafe, 527
529, Fort stroot, will liavi nn ex
ceedingly fine bill of fnro for to
morrow. Siuco tho opening under
tho new manHgemeut the restau
rant has become deservr illy popu
lar. It is tho bon-ton enting placo
of tho town wheio the patrons
roenivo tho polito treatment ac
corded in only first-olasi places.
Tho management and all the help
is white. Dinner from 5-7, 50c.
Lunch 11-2, 25c. Grill-room open
from G a. m. to midnight. Fol
lowing is tho bill of faro:
Itollod Mntlot, I?gg Sauco.
Stowotl Duck with Ollvos,
Pork Cullots. Applo Frittora,
Dakod Ilatn, Chunipaguo Sauco.
Iiollod PotatooH, Boiled Rico, Mashed
Cauliflower, Spinach, Tomutoos.
Lamb uud Mint Sauce.
Apple, Lonion and MlncuPlos, Assorted
Nuts, Raisins. Bananas, Oranges, Ptravr
borry Short Cako, Floating Inl
and, Tea, Colloo". Ico Toa, .
SI. Andrew's Cathedral,
An Ordination will take place
in St. Andrew s Oathoural tomor
row rnorninu nt 11 o'clock, whon
the Bev. "William Ault of La union
aud the IIrv. J. F. Lano of lolaui
college will bo admitted to the
ordor of tho Priesthood. The
Biabop will be assisted in the
laying on of hands by the i Bev. E
A. Bonoux, D. D., of Keeno, N,
H the Bev. Ernsmus I. E. Van
Doorlin, Chaplain to the Bishop
of Northern California, and such
other clergy as may bo present.
Tho Bov. E. Van Deerlin will
preach tho Bermon.
Tho schooner Wnialna sails for
Knlihiwai and Hnualei at 1 p m
Tho Jane L Stanford lias haul
od alongside tho finhmarket wharf
I or additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head BlRiial Station, Feb
20, 1 p m Weather liuy,wlnd strong
Weather Bureau, I'unaiiou, Feb 25.
Temperature Morulntr minimum,
08 j Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
.Barometer, 0 a tn, 30.09. Itlslng.
Rainfall, do. .09.
Humidity at 0 a m 07 percent.
Dow Point 05 F.
. Light showers from the valleys.
Ilalnfall for Luakaha 7.50.
Friday, Feb 21.
Sttur Maul, Freeman, from Hawaii
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokal
Htmr Iwa, KnuiTtimn, from Oahu
Saturday, Feb 2-5.
Stmr Keauhoti, Moslicr, from Ha
iiniiuuilu; 3050 bags sugar to II Hack
fold & Co.
Am sclir Aloha, Dabcl, from San
Krnnelieo; 1C00 tons gen'l miNo for II
Hnekfuld & Co.
Am sehr American Olrl, Kllsen,
from PortTowiiHentl; 200,005 feet lum
ber and 'in 0 bills shingles to order.
Br 8 8 Faiitmng, Monuur, from
Hongkong and Yokohama; 100 tons
gen'l mdsu toT H Diivleact Co.
Satunlay, Fell 25".
Stmr Ifclene. Miicdoimld, for I'a-
auhau Kukalau, Ookala, Laupahou
hoe and Papaloa at 3 p in.
i riuuy, ipu si.
Am bk Orecon, Parker, for Port
Am bk Albert. GriUHlis. for San
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Kauai
The Transit will finish dis
charging today and will very pro.
Imbly sail for au Francisco to
morrow. Tho American schooner Aloha,
Dahol ruas'or, arrived In port thix
moruinrr, days fiom SauFrnn-el-teo.
She had pleasant wealhor
Ihrnughnut tho trip. In addition
to her cargo, of goueral merchan
flise, tho Aloha brought a horse,
two pig- and 12 ornten of chickens.
From San Franciico, per schr
Aloha, Feb 25 Douglas Dawson.
TMU.VOHUTOllM AND PltlZNIIBT.
Bright lightning flashed all
rouutl tho horizm all yestprday
oveuiug. before eight o'clock
thunder rolled in the distance,
coming nearer after ton o'clock
with loud revernernUun. Ham
fell in town but not heavily.
There wero cloudbursts up tho
valleys, however, for tho stream
roso with rapid ity.Nunanu (.tream
bouamu a rodriug tlood, end the
8ceno3 near too moutu wero
scarcely less exciting than those
nf last year's uotahlo trcsnet.
Many peop'o wero driven out nf
their homes by tho water at mid
nicht. and boats were borrowed
from the. harbor ferrymen to save
household goods. Tho Vinoyard
Htreet f otbrulgo was swept away.
St. Louis oollHoe campus was pro-
tooted by tho retaining wall, tho
new as woll as tho old work of
which held staunch. The Plama
flats wero flooded to a consid.. Ta
ble degree. Superintendent Ro
wnll turned out at tho unseasona
ble hour to watch the flood in its
assaults on tho retaining wall aud
C1TV FnOPEIlTY SOLD.
Jns. F. Morgan hold a success
ful sale of city property today, the
results being ns follows:
Land nt Hnnunknha, mnkai of
Knwninbao cemetery, 72 feet on
Quoon street and 107 feet deep, L.
O. Abies, S4750.
Land ntKuwili.near the Prison,
120x127 feet, J. H. Fisher, S4301I.
Land nt Apun, makai Quppii
street, 17Cjj fathoms, W. J. Forbes
Land at Enakopun, back of
Emma street, 0.7 acres, Hawaii
Land Co., $1000.
Land at Kaakopui, 1-10 acre,
Laura Mabolona, $1900.
Land at Kaakopua, rear of Dr.
Alvarez's, 1782 equaro feet, Dr.
Will Ran I" lllnil,
Tho steamer Iwa will sail again
Monday, very probably for Han a,
Maui. This change is made so
that 'material for two oontraots re
cently entered into by Wilson &
Whitohouso raoy bo taken to that
Tits Ilruanl Dance.
Tho dance at the bout Iioupo of
the Healani Boat and Yacht Club
Inst evening, was a mnst enjoyable
affair and, although thero was not
ranch of a crowd present, those
who wero in attendance, enjoyed
the ovening to tho full. '
Of the very best grades of new and popular Jtyle of Shoes,
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every respctt. 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 TOU 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,
It Iforfc street.
-33 Queen Street
March 6, '99,
at 12 o'clock,
Queen St. r
JAS. F. MORGAN,
$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
WILL B. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
JdIb raters Coiiitioii!
By mcmlrs of th Company.
'.SERPENTINE DANCE I
Big Tent Show
Corner Alakea and 1
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
Ho served Chairs, 25c.
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.
1. Farm at Hanukua , J 7,500
. 4 Lois at Maklkl , j jog
. iX acres lana near town 6,00a
4. ii acre of lanJ center,of town 4,300
6. A 40-room Lodging House, n-ytar lease. 5,00a
T. Large lot at Malklkl 10,000
. uj acres coffee lanJ. Kona 3,000
9. ji acres coffee land, Kona, i planted.... 6.oco
10. Lot is acre near town 1,
11. Corner lot center oftown g.joa
For further particulars apply to
j. m. vivas,
G Postofflcc Lnne, - Honolulu.
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