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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 28, 1899.
jDo You Scrape?
If you do wo cuii fnvuisli you with tlio needed
articles to scrape with. The Columbus Steel
Scrapor is tlio handiest for quick work on
nhmtation or road work and tho Rt-
volving Scraper is a
is too warm work for
ltiior and take a scrape
tho difference, call in and soraio up an acquain
tance and you will iincl that you are treated so
well that you will want to conic again.
Gonoral Hardware, Paints, Oil, Uicyclo,
Leather, etc., etc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort mid Kins Sts.
Coluinliln and Hambler Agonts.
Tin: cam: 110111:11.
Clurit or floveriiinrnt ICutnmnlOalit for
Professor Koeliolo has uot com
p . ted bis investigations of thj
Ci' o borer on Kauai. Ho will vi
sit, that ialiNd again nrxt wok
PufcBdor Koobelo ban not much
faith iu a parasitic remedy, ns tho
liub is hard to (jet nt bpueatb Hip
linrd rind of tuu cnuc. Tlio borer
ih tlio larva of tho suout beetle. At
prHPiit tlio roost potnut tlpfrtiicen
C(;iunBt iU ruvngeB nre shipping
tint iiiowiug caue and burning
ovur tho qrouud when the cane
linn been harvested. The Htimti
tua cmo is httrdpr iu the rind
tliiui catit'a that get moro water,
imiico ih lose affected by tlio pout.
I'rofoesur Koolielo, wIiiIp putau
ing his own inveatii!Htiou4, ib
L loupb corivepoudeneo wit"
"WmhIihiIoii getting virtually th
while entomological world cut
limliiig for nn antiilotp to tbc
gieat post of Bugar cano. Tlmrp is
mi insect with u snwbill several
iiiL'bos long which may bo cnaxi'd
to drill throuub the rind for tin
pi nb. The borer is hatched be
bin I tbt bulta of tho leaves,
whence it drivi-s a cross diift into
tin stalk likf the men looking
tin nter underground at Kibei
lii'd then run Blmfts up nud down
in the sHcubnriuo pulp at its
Badly Hcitril 'hlnmnn.
There waB one badly soured
Oliiuaman in tlio Police Court
tli i forenoon. Ho bad made a
a 'tnplaint against a countryman
v I'ich caused tbo latter's arrest
JMuro trial, tbo defendant iu the
caB? paid over some money to the
complaining witness. When tbo
latter weut ou tha stand, be found
he knew nothing whatever about
(lie matter. When tbo caso whs
compacted and decision remleri-d,
jtnlno Wilcox called up the wit
ness and told him how near bo
bad co mo to giving him ten days
fnroontempt and also that, iu tlio
futuro, bo would be romembered
and hia statements on the stand
The following are booked to
loavo for Maui and Hawaii ports
in tho Kinau this cfternoon: Miss
Millor, Mrs Wilholm, Mrs Sadler,
Mibs Miller, Mips m (Jliamuer
Iiin, A J Pierce, L 0 Tuckerman,
3 3 Muirbead aud wife, Cnpt S 8
Dunning, 0 H Browu, Mies El
vira Hapni, Rev K'lulili, R ibort
Collins, 0 J McCandlosB, D K
Haysolden, Mr Ragedalo, 0 E
Eagan, Goo H Robortcon, Mrs
Goodrich, Mn Dr Hendricks, Rev
W Ault and Mrs Geo Pattmau.
Police fluurt Notee.
In tbo Polico Court this for
noon John Kahanu, charged with
truancy, had aontonoe suspended
six months. Fahuknla, oliRruPi
ith assault and battery on Moli-
' Puaahiwa, wan given ten days ou
tho reef. Wm. Ligrowu, charged
with.asBnuU and battery on Au-
tono Gomez, waB reprimanded and
'(lii-oharRed. Tho cauo of Joe
"Kjainua for furious heedlees
diiviug, whh nolle proa'd.. Ah
Kui and Kahawaiolna wore 6ucd
tolJiiud coot a ouch for gambling.
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
Br ',vjiertisuig columns
Bm'i iflJMhjrtYl&i I "ftttWi iiii nl1iillTAilftiiriliiiiifflytfl1ll
littlo handior. If this
you, buy a good Bengal
Don't know us what's
NKKO AND IOWA.
Oilier. Hint trill Hv Clmrge of the
Pnclllo Cable Ship.
Vallejo, Cal., February 21.
Tho battleship Iowa isexppctfd at
M'iro Island ahiiut tbo 1st of
March, where bIh will rouoivo a
The Merchants Association of
Vnllejo are preparing a royal ro
ceptiou for tbo Iowa crew upon
tboir arrival at the Navy Yard.
The. fiuhiico corauiittee composed
of T. V. (Jollms, F. B. Wiuehill.
Uoo. Weniger, Henry LYy, Prank
Cooper, Martin Solomon and Sol.
(ioldherg held a meeting Satui
day ovcuiug, and appointed the
dillerrtut commit trits to taku charge
Ot tbo celebr. tinll
Tho U. S. S Nero lias under
gone h tboiough overhnuhug nt
Maro Island aud will bo put into
c uuiiitRnion about M'ircli 1st with
be ill wing ullieerH iu charge:
Commander 0. Bflknap, oxecu
tive oflU'er; Lieut. H. M. Hodge',
Ph) master H. 11. Insli-y, Lieut .M.
JohUBtnii, L out. J Hood, Lieu'.
J P, MuOiiiuiiHH-, Eusigu P. E.
lliduely, 8m goon F E. McCol
'oiigli, A-siatniit Euuinoer J. R
Tbo Nero will sail ai foou as
pos'ible for Asiatiu waters ou sur
Nnldlrr "nil Narm Leaving.
Major Rnhlnn baa applied for
ai'comniod liu in the steamer
Alameda for twelve Bnldiors out of
Buena Vista ho-p tab Besid-s
tliOrto soldiers returning bom' ,
five or six Udy uur.-e hw beeu
recilloil. The quartormHster wrin
only informed of their intended
departure this raoruiug Room
for the nuraea will aUo In sought
iu tho Alameda. It can never be
told, bowevor, until a through
steamer arrives how mauy people
she can tike bonco.
3 pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Door Dopot, No. 11 Konla (formerly
Coming from, all directions will he
in port this week, for n brief rest
in their long journey across the
Many of the passengers on these
vessels nave cameras, and we
strongly advise them to have their
films and plates developed before
leaving the Islands, for all photo
graphic goods deteriorate rapidly in
warm climates. We have electri
cal dryers and other appliances
which enable us to turn out work
more rapidly than any other house
in Honolulu, while we make the
claim, which all of our customers
will verify, that our work is not only
as good but better than the best to
be had here. Come and see us,
and w? will convince you
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, Love Building.
fYfKZt'1 Js. in Ith column u ill hi inttrttd at lctnti
y2 ltmir$t insertion; to centt tttoni inttr
twn; 70 etnts a u tek anJ ?o antt a month, 7 bit if tbt
cbtapcit aJxertiung tvtr ojjtrtd tbt people of Honolulu.
E WANT YOU TO HAVE a Wtst DIslnlKttnz
MAChln put In vour rlnt nr rnnn1.nnj
ve sickness. California h'etd Co.,Agtnts. 1069
TO KENT A furnished CcitlaRe Mr house keeping,
AUn a tingle TurnlsheJ Collage. No 39 Klnau
slreel. near Alapal. I'S-lt
COTTAGE TOR RENT Tour-room cotHRe on
VounR street, near Sam Parker', for rent from
March 1. 1B98, for six month. furnKhed or unfur
nished. Apply on premises. Telehone68T. '114
WE RENT the West DISINTECTINdMACIIINES
and keep them in order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co , Agents. 1069
COR SALE Nearly new Gasoline Stove and Meat
' Safe, $14, Tel. JI4. !'(
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply "S," Uulletln Office. iisi-im.
COR SALE-4 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO. TORD.
inquire at I'opuiar, 1 on street. iittrn
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN l-lslanbred
dairy stock, bred ti the thoroughbred sire of the
W. G, Irwin dairy. Tor further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. nji-tf
pORSATE-OnTsillPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to II. G. Dlart. I'orl St. noftf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergttrom
Music Co , fort street. vo6t
EST a 5 cent meal In town. Try It and be con
..- 11.1'. t 1. 1 n. ......- ....
vini.ru . Liiu j. LAiritior nouuiim. i04i
WANTED A pood chance for a partners Ith fifteen
hunJred dollars for Manila, in a business tiat
will clear from five hundred to one thousand a week.
ins1! J D . this office.
WANTED A young man convrrsant with figures,
utio can write a good lianl, for office assistant.
Apply, In own hindwrltlng, ' O," Ilullttln Oflice.
WHITE WAITERS WANTED AT QUEEN
WANTED-To purchae for cash. USED HAWA
IIAN TOSTAGE STAMPS, to of eachalue.
M DAVIS, 67 Stiuter St., Montreal, Canada 1156-im
WAN1 ED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply al
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Atakea streets. io67-tf
THE PUP.LIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
Feed Co., Agents. 1069
LOST A lllue Waterproof Cloth Cloak, at the
lunrheon In Central Union parlors Thursdas .
rinder will p ease return to llu letln Oflice iiji-iw
DASS-IIOOK LOST.-Pass Dook out. In favor
1 of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Tinder will
receive suitable reward hv leaving same at trie office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. uoi-lf
COUND Pouci containing lllcvcle ou'flt. O.nrr
I canh.ve simt by cilllng at thi Evening Dulletin
office and paying exienses. 115s
IIOAHD AND ROOMS.
BOARD WITH NICE iUKNISIILD ROOMS.
1 01 tleretanla street. liii-im
. lt S IjK,
By the OAHU LUMBER AND BUILD
ING CO. Rlnj; up Telephone 53. 1156
The un JersleneJ elves notice that' he
has removeJ his horse .shoeing shop from
Oueen street to Richard street above Oueen
street, opposite American Stables.
J. A. INUNbb,
Practical Horse Shoer.
Telephone No. 871 11 561 w
The Annual Meetlnc of the Stockholders
of the Oahu Rallw.ty & Land Company
win uc nciu .u me villain uci ui vuiiimercc
Rooms, in Honolulu, nn Tuesday, Feb
ruary 28th, 1899, at 3 o'clock p. m.
VV. G. ASHLEY,
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
iiSJ-im G. E. BOARDMAN.
BIIEWER-Iii San Mnteo, Cal., Feb
ruary 10, Rev. Alfred Leo Brewer,
D.D., husband of Kraucea O. Brew
er, and father or Bev. William A.,
Adnlene V., riunle II. and Dr. Ed
ward C. Browor. aged 07 years, 8
mouths and 12 days.
AU1UVAL3 AND DEPAHTUltES.
ArrivaU Fab 11, bkt Amelia,
FortTownsend from Honolulu; 12,
t)k Luiline, S F from Kahului; 13,
pchrSpokaue, PortTowusend from
Honolulu; 14, bktno W HDiraood,
bk Diamond Head, bk J O Pflugor,
3 F from Hnnolulp, and bka Snow
ami JJarcees, Yiuloria from Hono
lulu; 15, lik R L Rithot and Aldon
Eesse, bktna Irmgard, bg J D
Spreckola, S F from Houolnlu,
and ep Hawaiian Ldes, Fort Anga
les from Honolulu; 1G, aobr Fal
con, S F from Honoipu; 17, aobr
Alice Cooko, 8 F from Honolulu.
Departures Feb 11, bk Havdn
Brown, Nanairan for Kahului; 14,
bk Fresno, Port Townaand for Ho
nolulu; 19, bk Mohioin, S F for
Honolulu and Bo.hr John AOamp
bell, Fort Blakfloy for Honolulu.
Thu bk Freano wna in Olallum
Bay from Port Ludlow for Hono
lulu, Fob 20.
1 yyifri itete." ..'JmUkftAjLU't
For additional Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond Heutl BiKiml Station, Ffb
28, 1 p 111 Weather liazy mitt ttqtinlly,
wind strong N K
Weather itureiui, Putiahou, Feb 28.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 77.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.09. Irregular.
Rnlnfiill. do, n.03.
Humidity nt 0 n 111 05 percent.
Duw Point 02 V.
re r -T-
(f 5 P-
Krltlny ' 3 0.''8, 7.02
Saturday . 410.20 8.11
Suntlny. G 11.29 10.00
Tlio Standard tlmo whistle Hounds at
121). Om. 0t. Oiildulght;, Qrcenwiuli
time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. m. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Tuestiay, Feb 28.
StmrKtloliana.Tliomnsou, from Ln-
lintuu; 4280 bags sugar for H Hacrtfeld
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn. from Waimea:
7408 bags sugar.
Am sp u b Sargent. Hasuoii, rrom
Tacoina; 2400 tons coal for O B & L Co.
Am wlial bk Qayliead, Foley, from
whaling cruise oil1 tlicso Islands.
Tuesday, Feb 28
Stmr Iwalanl, Oregnry, forLahaina.
llouolcan anil Kukulhaoic.
Ktmr Klnau. Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 3 p in.
Stmr James Mnkee, Tullott, for
Kauai ports at 4 p 111.
Stmr Clautliiie, Cameron, for Maui
ports, at 5 pm.
Stmr W 0 Hall, Haglund, for Nn
wlllwlll, Hanamnuiu, Koloa, Elecle
and lluiiapepu at 5 p 111.
Htinr wuiaiealu, urecu, ror Klla
ueu at 4 p 111.
VE8UEL8 LEAVINO TOMOnnOW.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, fur Klliel,
Pnauliau, Muliukoiiu ami Kukaiau nt
The Muriel ia at tho tirhraarkel
The Transit has hauled in to the
The Knuai reports good weather
nn the Gaideu Isle.
ThoJapr-tmr Hnnukinc! Maru
siiiUd trorn Hongkong for S F via
dono'ulu, Fab IS).
The Norwoian bark Hclio
cleared yostenhy for San FranciH
co with a c-irg 1 of eucar. Sho
Bailed this foreuoun.
The Transit has taken aboard
about 4(H) tons of HUgar. She will
bo ready to sail for San LranctacO'
by thf end of the week.
Tho lwa sails for Nahiku, Mn
kona and Hana eometima this
afternoon. She will ro nain on
the Maui const about a week.
The Itvalani sailed for Hatna-
kua ports-this forenoon, taking tbo
first ot the Japaneao laborers
brought by the last steamer from
The American ship O F Sargent,
Haskell master, arrived in port
this morning with coal from 'JPiiao
ma. Sbo aailed January 31. Otp-
tain Haskell in accompanied by
The last Maratime Record aays
that tho B P Oheney (sp), which
put back to Seattle last weok leak
ing, and with her cargo of coal
heated and noarly ready Jo burst
into flame, ie to be loadod, so the
survoyor may make a thorough
inspection of tho craft aud ascer
tain how rati eh damago she has
Buffered. The B P Ohoney is well
known at tbia port.
The achooner WreBtler, which
arrived yoaterday from Kahului,
bad a narrow eacapo from distrac
tion on Shag rook. She sailed
through the Heads, but when olT
Fort Point too wind fell and the
achooner waB left at tho mercy of
the tide. A heavy fog swept down
tuo hay, ana whan the folks ou
the sohooner saw Subc rook thoy
were rapidly bearing down on tbo
dttngerous'point. Whon within a
few feet from what meant certain
destruction, a puff of wind came
along and the danger wbb cleared
Tho anchor was thon dropped,
and tho Wrestler will remaiu
whoro sbo is until a tug takes
hold of her today. S F Chronicle,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Of theVery 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 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 of Tim 13ia Shoe,
Jt Fort street.
-33 Queen Street
March 6, '99,
at 12 o'clock,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
cltv, 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. F. I'OST MANAGtff
A Host of Local Talent t
CECILIA POE POE, Concert Singer.
EDDIE ARAtOND, Negro Delineator.
VIEKA AND JACKSON.
NATIVE HULA DANCE!
And Other Specialties.
ADMISSION, - 25 nnd 50 Cents,
Big Tent Show
Corner AUko and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
Rojurvort Oliiiirs, 25c.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukul street, i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
No. 310 Fort St.
i. rtm at llamakua $ j.jm
t. 4 Lot at Maklkl i?oo
. J$ acrts land near town t.ooo
4. K acre of land cntr of town 4,jo
6. A 4room Lodging House, i-ycar Itate. 3,00
7. Large lot at Malklkl , 10,000
8. 173 acres coffee land, Kona 3,00a
9. 5 acre coffee land, Kona. i planted.... 6,000
10. Lot 'A acre near town , ,' 1,30a
11, Cornerlot centeroftown 0,30a
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflcc Lane, - Honolulu.