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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 27, 1809
Do You Scrape?
If you do wo can furnish you with tho ncotlctl
articles to serapo with. Tho Columbus Stool
Scrapor is tho handiest for quick work on
plantation or road work and tho Re
volving jSerapor is a littlo handier. Tf tliis
is too warm work for you, buy a good Bengal
Razor and take a sci'apo. Don't know us1? Avhat's
tho difference, eall in and sorapo up an acquain
tance and you will find that you aro treated so
well that you will want to como again.
General Hardware, Paints, Oil, Bioyclo,
Leather, etc., etc.
E. 0. HALlTsON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia nml lUmblcr Agonts.
PRESIDENT FAURE DEAD
Prompt Election of Successor Saves
Apoplexy Immediate Cause Loubet Elected
Pnris, Fubrunry 10. President
J'miro died nt 10 o'clock this even
ing nftcr nu illness of n Tow hours.
Apoplexy wns tho cause of death.
I.nnbvl. (he New Prrtlilmt.
Nnw Y.-rl:, Ftbrunry 18. Tho
"World's Paris cable says: Emil
L mbiit was electal President of
J riuico today to succeed Felix
Fnuro. Tho saddotiuess of thf
I'rfsiiloutinl crisU Las SHVid
Franco from a revolution. Tho
cli-orderly clotnt'nts litvo uot hwl
tune to orgauizo. Tho rovolu
Hoiiaries' breath was takou away
hv the torrential rush of events.
Loubet'e olection id Hccepio.) ns
I'io best nvailabtn way out of a
uravo peril. Rochnfort aud other
nuti-Dreyfusiteet, who hoped for a
turn or ovouib wuiou wouiu
Kjuoluli the Dreyfus nitatiou, are
f 'antio with THL-t. T'iey shv that
M. Mi'liut, who was suppoi-cd to
I'i friendly to them, hoiu out tiioir
cause. He knew Faure had hoiit
i iinaBu aud that hia dea'li ruiht
ci-ur nuy day, but iustoad of
iming the knowledge to assist tho
nnti-Ureyfus movement he in
trigued with Loubet to secure the
In ter's election.
Tho go uo rid result of the crisis
o far has been an emphatic victo
l for tho ropublio.
TO KM) HAMOAN CHILIS.
Hnffiroafl'in from Ilrrllo hlcli Is
Thought to ! Inilrr(,
Washington, February 20.
What is regarded bb ati inspired
BiiggOition coming from Berlin, to
the effect tbatdifferoocos between
the powors party to the treaty of
Herlin, rolativo to Samoa could
tiPRt bo adjusted iJy mutual dis
claimers for tho objectionable acts
of thoir ageutB at Apia, is regard
rd here as evidence that the wholo
mutter is now entirely within the
lino of Bafety aud, that the dis
putes aro about to bo committed
for adjustment to diplomatic
means, the principals boiug at
Washington, London and JLiorliu
iustoad of at Apia.
Contrary to the accepted belief
bote, tho German President of the
Municipal Council, Raffel, has uot
yet left Apia, but information has
reached hpro that ho will sail from
thero tomorrow. Thus will bo re
moved from tho scone one of tho
most threatening factors.
German Hlilp for Nma.
Shanghai, Feb. 21. The Ger
man warship Coromoranx ha loft
' Knio Chou for Hongkong aud
;'- The Coromorau is a third class
cruiser. She carries eiuht 4-inch
quick firo gnns and 7 maximum
'u'uu of smallor calibre.
Tho Jjurlin wna to havp Bailed
' for Kahnlui, Fob 21, tho Diamond
jlewl ifud tho W H Diraoud for
this pnr, I'Yhrnarv 25 nml tho
, Roderick Dhu for Ililo, February
2b, all thoso from Hun Francisco.
HOPE FOR THE GABLE BILL
Provision to be Made in Sundry Civil
Sabsldy of 175,000 -Forfeit Placed at $400,-
000 -Probable That It Will Be Hade
Washington, Fobruary 20.
Senator Fryo's amoudmeut to the
suudry civil bill, which provides
for tho building of tbo PaciGo
cable by an American corporaiion
with a subsidy from tho Govern
ment, will bo amended in tbo Ap
propriation Committee to insure
tlio manufacture of tbo cablo.
which will be laid in this country
The comraittco today met aud
repotted tho amendment fivoi-
ably with an addition to the timo
limit, which makea it necessary
for the company securing tho
linht to lay a cabl- to havo the
Hue to Houolulu completed with
in ouo year after tho contract
8euator Frye Faid he would no
c-pt the amendment to his plnn,
which will make it compulsory for
tho company to buy its cable 'in
this country, if it is found by the
War Department that it can be
mado within the timn required,
and of as good quality as is de
manded In this form it is likely
the sundry civil bill will curry the
Tho measure increases tho sub
sidy to be paid every year for
twenty years to $175,000 audx
tends tho timo in which the cou
trading company is to bo given
to complete tho lino to the Philip
pine islands to tho lot of January,
Other amendmonts increase the
forfoit of tbo contracting company
from $200000 to 400,000; pro
vide that the subsidy money ubi.ll
only bo used in maintenance and
repairs and not in paying divi
dends: fixing tbo rates on Gov
ernment messages at one-third tbo
rates on private mossages, retain
ing tbo provision that they snail
be carried froa during the twenty
years, fix a rate of 25 cents per
woru on privaio mesBuges io Ha
waii and $1 per word on snob
messages to tho Philippines, press
rates being one-fourth of theso
nraounts: givo tho Postmaster
General thelrigbt to revise theso
rates evory ton years and author
ize tho President to request the
co-operation of Japan in securing
tbo establishment of tho proposed
Sir. Yalinun llvre.
Rev. O. H. Yatraan arrived on
the America Maru this morning
and will conduct tho services nt
the First Mothodist church this
evening and every evening during
the week and a welcome to all.
The now Jnpano9e cruiser Ohi
toao will be hero on her wiy to
Japan in a little loss than a month
from now. She waa built by the
Union Iron Works nnd baa devel
oped a speed of '23.7G knots.
Tho Chief Officer ot tho Ameri
ca Maru is down with the giip and
tho chief utowiird has blood poisoning.
vjS''A' ' 'H colon" mil tt InurtiJ at I f mil
)H2 a hntfirit tnurhoit; to ttnli utonJ inur
liiml jo null a u and fo ctnli a month. 7W It Iti
btapttt aJytrtiiinf tvit offtrtd tblptotU of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a Wot Dlslnfectlnc
Machine rut In your clowt or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co.,Agents. 1069
PR SALE Ncnrly new Gasoline Stove an J Meat
hale, $14 Tel 511. njj-st
Pit SALE A hmJsotne Japanese screen for $40.
Apply "S," Bulletin Oflice. ii))-im.
COR SAIZ-4 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO. PORD.
1 Inquire at Popular, Tort street. njt-ttn
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN t-tstanJ-rr7j
dairy stock, bred 1 1 the thoroughbred sire nl the
W, G. Irwin dairy. I or further particulars Inquire ot
C. W Micfarlane. lijt-lf
RRSALE-6ne SIIIPMAN ENGINE lnperfect
order. Apply to II. O. Ulan, fort St. not-tf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Dercstrom
Music Co., Tort street. 1067
5 EST at cent meal In town. Try It and be con
J vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
llMNTn A Rood dunce fora parlnerultli fifteen
hundred dollars for Manila, In a business fiat
will clear Irom the hundred to ono thnusind a ueek.
its-it J. II., Ihlsoftice.
ZANTED Ily the undersigned, a married co
pie to enrage a cottage in Fort street, atl
rage a cotta ire n Fort street, atlto
a month, near the residence of Henry Smith. 11 js-tf
ANTED A young man cnmersintwlth figures,
vv who can urlte a good hmi, for ofticeasslslant,
Arply, In own handttrltlng, ' O," Uullttln Office,
WANTED To purchase for cash, USED HAWA
IIAN POSTAGE STAMPS, to of each value.
M DAVIS, 8, Shuter St., Montreal. Canada 1 1 jS-im
WAN1 TD-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kin? and
Alakea streets. to6,tf
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lece. St Andrews Prlorv. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other public Institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeuin with great success. California
reea uo.. Agents. 1009
LOST A Blue Waterproof Cloth Cloak, at the
luncheon In Central Union parlors Thursday.
Finder Kill p'casc return to Bulletin Oftice itsfiw
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Book out. In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Under will
receive suitable reward bv letvlng same at the office
Of the IIAWAUAN-LMINLbt; M.WS. 1103-lf
FUND Pouch containing Bicvcle outfit 0ner
canh.ve stme bvcatlinir at lhs Evenlnir Bulletin
office and paying cxi enss. 1 55
COTTAGE TOR RENT Tour-room cottage on
Young street, near Sim Parkers for rent from
March 1, 1893, tor six months, f.irnlshed or unfur
nished. Apply on premises. Telei hone 687. ius
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and kwp them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California I eed Co., Agents. 1069
BOARD AND ROOMS.
OARD WITH Nlt-b FURNISHED ROOMS.
jot Ueretanla street. tlli-tm
Dissolution 01 Co-Partner-ship.
The co-partnershln heretofore exIsthiE
between Ar. At. At. Kolin and C. W. Al.ic
f.irl.ine, under the njine of the Oceinlc
Gas and Electric Co . has this dav been
dissolved by mutual consent, Atr. C. W.
Aiacianane retirine irom tne nusiness,
which will be carried on 'by Mr. M. M.
Kohn. who will assume nil the liabilities
and collect all outstanding accounts.
A. A. KOHN,
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 25, 1899.
Pound Muster'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 nnd
damagesare sooner satisfied, will be sold at
Public Auction at said Government Pound
on Saturday, March n, 1899, at 12
One Bay Atare, 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, 1890. it'S43t
Tenders for New School
Sealed (tenders for the construction of a
rew school building, exclusive of excava
tions and foundations, at Kuiaokahua,
Beretania street, Honolulu, will be received
at the 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
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPER,
H5V3t Atlnisterof Public Instruction.
The Annual Aleetlng of the Stockholders
of the Oahu Railway & Land Companv
will be held at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms, In Honolulu, on Tuesday, Feb
ruary 20111, 1099, ai 1 ociock p. m.
nSrjt . Secr?!;i!i''
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
iiS3-im U. U. HOAKDAiAN.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond Head Himml Station, Ft b
27, 1 p 111 Weather huzy,wlntl strong
Wenthcr Bureau, Puntihou, Feb 27.
Tenim-rature Morninir mluiinuni,
CS; Mlililay nmxlinuin, 70.
(Barometer corrected for grarlty- .06 )
.Barometer, 0 a m, 30.lt. Steady.
Rainfall. 1I0, .15. Iu Mimoa .75.
Humidity at 0 a m 77 percent.
HIbIi baromotcr, storm with MtualN
itKuiy io cotitiiiiio.
Sntunlav. Pub ffii.
StnirKliuui, Clarke, from Maul anil
Hawaii ports: 414 hairs Bnutla. Ofl ImirH
corn, 18 pkjrs hides, 20 hcatl cattle, 2.50
ncnii snip, l cow, l can, ami 140 pkgs
Stmr Walnlcnlc, Green, from Hana-
ninuiu; i7u nngs suiriir to w ti Irwin
it Co, 1050 bags sugar to II HacJtfeld &
Runtlny, Feb 20.
Stmr W O Hall, Haglunil, from Ka
unl ports; 000(1 lings sugar to II Hnck
feld st Co, 2 mules nml 0 IuIIh hides.
Htmr .lnmes Mnkee, Tullett, from
Kolou; 2018 lings sugar to II Hnckfeltl
Am liktu fsknglt, Itobluson, from
PiiKi'tSiiund; 2"n,n(i(islili gles, CSO.OiK)
feet Iniiilier, to Wlltler &Co.
Stmr ('Ininllne, Caiiioron, from Mn
tl I porte: fi0l7 Imgscugar, 20,1 tings po
tutnoH, 45 bugs etirn, ,'13 liltles, 57 hogs
and 101 pkgs sundries.
Monilay, Feb 27.
Am sp Kilwnnl O' Ilrlen, Lathrnp,
from Nnnalmti, II C. Went on rocks
near Mlowcnv reef.
U 8 America Muru, Cope, from Snu
U 8 8 Celtic, from Ran Francis -o
Am M'hr Corona, Anderson, from
PortTownsoiid; a24,h8l feet rough lum
ber, 153,014 ilrcsscit lumber, 20 ,(K)I)
shingles aud 40,000 luths for Lcwcr &
Monday, Feb 27.
Stmr Nocau, Pedersen, for Eleelo
lit 4 p m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal
and Ijinal at 5 p in.
S S America Maru, Cope, for China
mid Jnp'i'i nt 5 p in.
Stmr Keniiliou, Tliompson, for Ha
iiamuulu at 4 p in.
vKRant.R i.EAvma tomohhow.
Stmr Iwnliinl. Gregory, for Lalmina,
Hoiiokna nnd Kukuihaeient Ilia in.
Stmr ICinau. Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii porta at 3 p m.
Stmr .lnmes Mnkee, Tullett, for
Kmml ports at 4 p in,
StmrCliuidliic, Cameron, for Maul
ports, at 5 p m.
Stmr W (I Hall, Haglunil, fnrNa
willwlll, Hniiamaulu, Kolou. Eleelo
and Haiinpepo at 5 p in.
America Maru sails for China
and Jtpitu tit i) p m tndnv.
Captain Scbou of the Eureka is
accompanied by his wife this trip.
Th Hall is discharging auuar
in the O D Urjaut at the luter
The American scho uer Corona
anchored off port at 11:110 o'clock
this morning, being uuablu to i t
a tug boat. She will come in Ibis
EiulU hundred cigars from the
tntrkonti.io Irmgard wero B-iz d
by San Francisco customs authori
ties upon tho arrival of that vojtol
from mis port.
The James Makeo sails for Ka
uai tomorrow afternoon bnt to
what port has uot yet beon docid
ed on. Knpaa will probably be
too rough to ontor.
0viny to the late arrival in New
York of the British mails the
steamship Moana, scheduled to
sail tomorrow night, will not get
away until Thursday at 10 p. m.
S F Chronicle, Feb. 21.
Tho missionary packet Morning
Star went to San Francisco from
Oakland creok, February 13, to
prepare for her return trip to the
South Sean. Sbo will enil on Wed
nesday, March 1, touching at this
On Fobruary 19 tho work of fit
ting and loading tho transports
Cnuemaugh, Rounoko, Portlaud
aud Yaloncia at San Francisco,
waB progrodsing rapidly, and all
four vessols wero expected to get
aunyiubideof ton days. Thomas
K James, cbiof steward of the
steamor Australia for many years,
will go to Manila on the Roanoke.
Henry Tibbitts, first mate of the
bark Aldon Beseo, fell dead yes
terday afternoon on tho vessol's
dock, while in the act of throwing
a heaving line ashoro. Tho Aldon
liesio had just come off the dry
dook nnd was being made fast
njougeide tho dook to await tho nr
rival of a tug, when Tibbitts gave
his last order. He was btnnding
on tho'forocastle, and ns ho Hwung
his arm to fling a lino ashoro he
was Been to collapse. Death wns
instantaneous and is thought to
have neou caused by hpnrt disease.
-S F Chronicle, Fob 21.
Roported from Auckland, that
when tho Philadelphia arrives nt
Apia, the American nnd Biitinh
consuls will onthrono Malietoa by
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 yourtime, to call and see for yourself, and If your TIA.E 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.,
Sion op the Big Shoe,
H 33 Queen Street
March 6, '99,
at 12 o'clock,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
$250 GASH !
75 x !4i facing either on King or Bere
tania 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.
j. r. rua r,
A Host of Local Talent t )
CECILIA POE POE, Concert Singer.
EDDIE ARAtOND, Negro Delineator. i
VIERA AND JACKSON. ,
SOLOMON'S QUARTETTE. j
NATIVE HULA DANCE!
And Other Specialties.
ADMISSION, - 25 and 50 Cents. -
Rirs Tanf Shnw
Corner AUkea and 1 ,
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
Rojorvod Oliairs, 25c.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
eastyside of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Berej
tania streets. l
No. 310 Fort St. !
i, rrm at llnmakua S 7.jm )
a. 4 Lots at Maklkl 3 5
. 7 acres lanj near town ,oo
4. JS acre of UnJ center of town 4,50
6. A 40-room Lodging House, ia-year lease. 5,00a
T. Large lot at Malklkl 10,00a
8. ijj acres coffee land, Kona ,, 3,00
9. 31 acres coffee land, Kona, H planted..., 6,00a
10. Lot H acre near town f-iaJW.iii
11, Comer lot center of town 9 , k
n. SOLD. r
For further particulars apply to r
J. W. VIVAS,
G PostoJflcc Lone, - Honolulu.