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THE EVENING BULLETINS HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 2, 1899.
Do You Scrape?
if you do wo can furnish you with iho needed
articles to scrapo with. Tho Columhus Steel
Scraper is tho handiest
plantation or road
volving Scraper is a
is too warm work for
Itazor and take a scrape
tho difference, call in and
tance and you will find that you are treated so
Avell that you will want to como again.
General Hardware, Paints, Oil, liioycle,
Leather, etc, etc.
: :AT: :
fa II. UMLL
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and llamWcr Agonts.
rivlly Mrilillnjr l llio Knlllil UUIrlrt
AHhs Mmlrliiine K. Foriinudcz
and Kobort Parker, Jr , sou of tho
jwiior polico cnptiiiu, woro tuur
lied nt tho home of tho bride's
I-uronte, Knlihi, Inst evening, tho,
Elder l'otor Konlnkaibonua por
funning tho ceremony uudtr n
lower of white carnations nnd
nitiideu lm'r. During tho cero
nj.n, native eiupors dUconrdrd
oweet music ou tho launi. A ro
coption followed the wedding.
Tho prcsoots consisted of hmiBo
Loid furniture, brio n-brnc, silver
ware, pictures, crockon, etc.
Among thosn preseut wero tho
foll'vviny: Prince David Knvwi
utuiakon, linn Saimiel Parker, Mr
and Mrs Luninboiuei, Mr and
IJ.c Ilorbfit, Mr nnd Mrs It P
Viupn, Mr mid Mrs E U liarl,
Mr nnd Mrs Tnggard, Mr nuil
Mrs D Knuuha. Mrs Nome, Mrs
J. b Nawuhi. Mr and Mrs J
. . a TS W T 1 '
m.u.,,1 T,a Tmvrlnn Mr Winn.
Mr Him alls jjovkiod, jum w otig
ii:u Ai h a .. . , I .. j it I . .na lu
h A Like, Mis Anna
Kiiuhikou. Mrs Ohns Clark. Mm
Ltilioff, Mrn Ed Hopkins, Mr and
MrH V Feriiaudnz, Mr and Mrs U
l-'ancuf, Mrs Win MeGurii, Mrs
' Mutter, Mraud Mm David Kti
iipa, Mr aud Mrs A l'eruau
des;, Mrs Carrie Shairalt,
Mrs Ablo, Mrs It P Lewie,
Hr and Uri binn Mncj', Mr nnd
lia jNoblo, Mr and Mrs Isfliio
Sherwood, Mrs Hanpili, MrsMnry
Ailau, Mr aud Mrs Geo Barker,
Mr nud Mrs J WilliauiB, Mrs No
In Ion, Mrs J Lpiuou, Miss Uill,
Auna Arnold, Miss l'lora Cum-.
niins, Mollio Clark, Alico Gay,
Murgarft Broad, Irahoff, Nollie I
lliugloy, Hattio Wnipn, Anun
Beer, Alacgio Kaunuai, Elizabeth
Efpinda, Mary Fernandez, Hattic
K llirnra, Mary Hopkins, tho
Mitres Lloyd, tho Mibses Kokuku,
IIih MibHfcs Sliarratt, l)r Hu ldy,
llt-Bsrs r J Testa, Frank Ilarvev,
GIihb Joues, Albert Nawabi, H E
Walker, Abraham Kiuilukou.
Ernist Knni, Jus L McGuire, M
E Silva, Jack Low, Olins Costa, S
E Woolley, T A Wuddoops, Saui
Leslie, Dvid Epii.da, Llewellyn
(Jav. Patrick Gleuson, Joseph Ku-
Ilia, W Ueruunrtez, A iviuuiu,
Boujamin Hice, Duvid Peterson.
Archie Kaaua was best man and
, MitB Clura Fernandos, rnaid-of-
Old Ilrdilenl Ueail.
Mrs. Margaret Gavin died yes
torday nt tho advanced ago of 89
years. She was of Scottish nativi
ty aud ouo of the oldest of foreigu
reaidonta. Mrs Wru tauvidun and
. : . ' --- ., ... t
Mrs Einrnes wmo ber child'u,
and she loaves Mrs TbeoO Porter,
Mrs John Caesidy, Mrs Robert
son, Mrs Crnzior and William nod
Samuel Savidge, graudchildreu,
with a bout of great grandchil
dren. WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
toy-Housekeepers, we can fill '
tfiTyour rooms; losers of proper-"63a
forty, we can find it; owners"
wTTof articles desiring to ex-tf3a
iKSr-cliange them, we can do it."G"i
Chodiior Than Dirt
OAHU . . .
work and tho
little handier. If
you, buy a good
Don't know usl what's
soraiio up an acquain
DR. W. S. NOBLITT,
King Street, opposite Liliha Street.
r.iptclnl nttotitloii to Kltlnoy nmUJenlto
Ilourt,: 12 in. to 1:30 p. in.
Fresh Columbia Salmon,
" " Halibut,
44 44 Smelt,
Turkeys and Chickens.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
1 1 5-6t
In the Circuit Court of
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of Tarn
Chung Kee :
Creditors of salJ Bankrupt are hereby
nntlfiPil In rnmi In nnil nmvp tlilr r time
before the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, at the Court House In
Honolulu, on l-riday, the 10th day of
ir,.i. lRri(1 1,,,,,.' ,1,. i, ,
Clock in the forenoon nnd noon of said
day, and elect an Assignee of said Bank
rupt's tst ite.
By the Court :
t 1 58-Ct GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
Will Take You From IIILO
or HONOLULU to SAN
Via Seattle nnd Tacoma,
- - OVI-R THE
British-American S.S. Co.'s Line
THE PINE STUAMEK
Will be the first vessel to depart under
this new arrangement.
EST Passengers are now booking at the
HEMY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street General Agents.
We have now on tap a supply ol pure and unadul
terated wind, free to all, direct (rom our own windbag,
warranted to ride easier than any other brand on tap
In Honolulu, puncture prool and (ree (rom oil or any
substance that could possibly lnure the most tenltlve
tire, Remember that a blow at Ualleys will go (arther
than any other In town. We have the finest thing In
a connection lor tree air, no nose, no trouble lam
ing about Puncture Proof, we shall have In stock In
a lew days a tire that a Klawe thorn cannot penetrate.
we sent to tne mauer a tun tine 01 morns lor a trial,
the tactory experimented with them and (ound that the
Milwaukee Puncture proo( Tire Is Impervious to the
worst Klawe thorn you can find. It is also as easy to
rlie as any first class tire In the market, Puncture
Proofing, has not effected Its resllency, no metal strip
In the thread, For sale In the Hawaiian Islandscxclu-
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
2.11 KING STREET.
Established 1801 Headquarters (or Repairs
Police Court Note.
Iu tho Polico Court this fore
noon, Jim Georuo was sentenced
to Km) mouths for diboliodieiiuo to
parents. Euoka Knholnlio, clmrg
cd with truancy, whb reprimanded
aud ilinchHrped. Ah Gin, cbnred
with i-oiiductiug it pnkn pin gnrao,
hnd 1u'h case nnlln proa'd. Tho
cnue of KfthnliHwiii for liircniiy in
the second dcgiee, was eot for to
for quick work
& SON, Ltd,
. Jl mm --y- -r- 1
WVJJl. in this column will It inserted at It, cents
ra a ttnefirtt insertion! to cents second instr
Hon; jo cents a week end to cents a month. This it tbe
deadest sJvir Using ever offered tbe people of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a Wist Dlsinfectlne
Machine put In your closet nr cesspool, and
save sicKnrss. uautornia teejio., Agents.
WANTFD-A COOK, l the Queen Hotel. Arply
on premiss. 1158
WANTED A cooJ chance fora r'tnef with fifteen
liunJreJ dollars (nr AUnlli, In n business th.it
will clear from five liunJre J tu one thnusinJ 0 week.
iij-it J. II.. this office.
WANTED A young man conversant with figures,
who can write a gooj. hanJ. (or ofnceasslstant.
Apply, In own hanJrltlnc, "O," Uulletln Office.
UIIITn WAITERS WANTED AT QUEEN
ANTED To purchase (or cash
W AN lOSf AOU STAMPS, to o( each value.
Al DAVIS, 8j Shuter St., Montreal, CanaJa. tlsS-im
WAN1 ED Several SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kin? and
THE PUnLIC TO KNOW thai the St. Louis Col
1 leue, St AnJrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asvlum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
a 7 ACRES COrrEE.all beatlnKi with rooJ living
1 I house nnJ outbullJInes, anJ implements (or the
cultivation o( coffee; tarpe cistern on place: near to
stearmr hnJInj;, Trees In line condition and place
Is under hluh state ol cultivation. Situate at Mono-
kaa, Hawaii. Apply to I' II, Ilutnette, (jo Kins
street, Honolulu. P. O. Hot s6a. iis8-iw
FOR SALE Nearly new Gasoline Stove and Meat
Safe, $14. Tel. 514. uss-it
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply "S," Uulletln Office. itjj-im.
COR SAI.E-4 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO TORD.
' Inquire at Popular, Fort street. nji-im
HProRTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN 1-lslsnJ-bred
w dtlry stock, bred t the thoroughbred sire of the
W. G. Irwin dalrv. For (urthcr cartlculars Inoulre o(
C. W. Mac(arlane. iii-lf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINH In perfect
order. Apply to H, G. Dlart, Tort St. noftf
A TWO-MANUALanl Pedal Dass RLED ORGAN
Suitable (or Chanel or residence. Uercrvtrom
Music Co.. Tort street. 1067
BEST cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd'a Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
FOR RI.NT Mosqulto-prool rooom near Thomas
Suuare. Klnir street. Sis', also small room $8.
Address A II C IIULLCrit Office. 1157-jt
I 1NTURNISHEI) ROOMS TO LET; reasonable;
sJ every convtnlancc 606 Fort street, next Dewey
TO RENT A Turnlshed Cottice for house kceplnrj.
Also a single lurnlstied Cottaee. No to Klnau
street, near Alapal.
COTTAGE TOR RENT Tour-room cottage on
Young street, near Sam Parker's, (or rent from
March . i8o3. (or six months, furnished or un(ur-
nMicd, Apply on premises. Telei hone 687. 114 J
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Teed Co., Agents.
PASS-HOOK LOST.-Pass Hook 0117. In lavor
o( Wm. Crawlord. has been lost. Finder will
receive sultible reward bv leavlnp-same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. itoi-tf
FOUND Pouch containing Ulcvcle outfit Oaner
can hive same by calllnir at the Evcnlnz Bulletin
office and paying exrenses. 1155
HOAKD AND ROOMS.
BOARD WITH NICE IURN1SHED ROOMS.
soa Deretanla street. mi-im
For additional Shipping; News see seventh paf;e.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Mar
2, 1 j 111 Weather clour, wlutl light
Weather Bureau, Punaliou, Mar 2.
Teinneraturu MoruliiK minimum,
GS; Midday maximum, 78.
(Barometer corrected lor gravity- .06 )
Barometer, 0 a in, 30.03. Falling.
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a m 70 percent.
jjow l'oint na l'.
A change of wind likely.
Thursday, Mar 2.
U 8 S Moana, Carey, from SanFrau
uIhco. Stmr Mikaliala. Thompson, from
Kauai port; 62011 bags sinjtir for T II
DavlcM & Uo ami ui pKgd Hides.
Thursday, Mar 2.
U S S Moana, Curey, for tho Colo
nies at 5:30 p 111.
Stmr Keauhou, Moslier, for Kauai
sorts at 4 p in. t
VE88ELH LEAVINQ TOMORnOW.
Stmr Mlkahula, Thompson, for
Makuwcll, Walmca anil Kuknlui at 5
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The bk Fresno sailed from Port
Ludlow for Honolulu, I'obruary
Tho Transit is at tho Ocoanio
wharf. She may got away for Sac
Tbe Santiago from Hilo and tho
S 0 Allon from this port both ar
rived in San Francisco, February
Tho Moana brings tho follow
ing cargo for Honolulu: 3355 lbs
nnd 50 cs broad, 82 pkgs beer, 3G1
lbs cIiposo, 852J lbs aud 50 cs man
ufactured tobacco, 25 cs drugs, 2
bales clothing, 10 cs hardware, 1
pkg machinery, 11 cs hats aud
caps, 312 lbs butler, 13 bales leath
er, 69 bales dry goals, 10 skH po
tatoes, 212 cs soap, 1 coil ropo, 17
cs boots and shoos.
Tho Mikhnlri pnreer ropnrta as
followo on Kniini Hhipping: Jamra
Mnkeo nnd Wninlealo weather
bound nt Haunmnulu and Hnnnlei,
rpspoctively. Noenu to leavo for
Honolulu, ThuTflday nftoruooii
with full enrgo of 13 L P BUgar.
Stong N E winds on Knuai since
Saturday moruinp. Heavy rains
at Lihue and Koloa hut nono at
all at Makaweli and Wniruen.
Tho Alatnoda that arrived yes
terday, sailed from Sydney Feb
ruary 13, at 4 p m; from Auckland
Feb 18, at 2 p in, and from Apia
Feb 22, at 4 p m. Captain Mncau
lay had a hard time getting tho
Alameda alongside tho Oceanic
wharf as the Gnronuo bad her
nouo sticking out into the passage
way near tho lighthouse. This
rnadoit nocessary for the Alameda
to tnako two turns iu diilerout di
rections, within a short spaco of
The brig Lurlino sailed from
Sau Frnnoisco for Knhului, Fob
niary 22. Among the principal
items in her cargo are the follow
ing; 825 bbls Hour, 1123 pigs
lend, GO ske middlings, 13 ells
Wheat, 1000 lbs lard, 3bU Ihs hops,
781 lbs hams and bf.eon, 1 cs
drugs, 1'J cs ptiuts and oils, C
rolls lonthor, HO tins mutches, 3 cs
soup, lliuU lbs butter, 3U0 cs and
20 bblo snlmon, 320 lbs tea, 500
sks bran, '110 bbls limo, 2es arms
nud Miuiuunitiou.lOOO bbls cement,
121 ctls barley, 472 lbs benns, HI
cs canned goods, 12 cs candles, 105
kegs nails, 18 cs hardware, 28,750
lbs salt, 300 cs coal oil and 20
Tho brig Consuolo sailed for
Mnhukona, Fobruary 23. Among
the principal items in her cargo
are tho following: 350 bbls flour,
72 bales hoy, 1704 ctls bailey, 10
cs canned goods, 2 rolls leather,
GG7 lbs beans, 440 lbs lard, 2274
lbs and 14 us broad, 40 ctls oats,
292 pkgs groceries and provisions,
10 balos bngs, 44 pkgs doors and
windows, 15 mulos. ll)9 lbs cheese,
013 lbs stijinr, 2 cs dry goods, 2050
Ibi salt, 10,' (il lbs bonemenl, 4075
lbs tmat, 1 ciibk beer, 185 ks mid
dlings 1(,25 r.ks brn, 100 libit
lime, 10 coils rope, 17 us hardwnro,
3 cs nud 20 bbls snlmon, 175 lbs
butter. 41 ctls whettt, 200 cs coal
oil, 28 gals wine, 90 tons fortilizor.
From Kauai pnrts, per stmr Mi
knlinln, Mar 2 Win Walerhouee,
H Mormon, F W Olnde, Miss L
Duclmliky, J Opfcruolt and 10 on
From tho Colonios, por OSS
Alameda, Mar 1 50 cs beor, 38 cb
mdeo, 00 cs pitatoes, C cs garlic, 7
ci wines, i cs butter, IU cs milk,
15 limori, 12 cs drugs, 280 cs oni
ons, G cs cheese and 6 sks cocoa
nut; consigned toO WMncfarlane,
MctJhesney & Son, W MoIntyrofc
Bros, "Win G Irwin & Co, Hotiry
Miy A' s.'o, G Andrews aud D U
Aloana Alnkea Fin llan,
Tho RMS Moana, Caroy com-
mauder, arrived in port and haul
ed alougsido tho Ocean io wharf at
about 8:30 this morning. Sho sail
ed from San Francisco, February
z-i, at 'J:io a in, ana arrived as
above, making a fiuo rnn of a little
loss thau six days. Tho Moana was
to havo sailed at 10 on tho night of
Purser Bond makes tho follow
ing report: "Detained by the Eng
lish mails. Uoldon Gate cleared at
10 a m and pilot landed at 10:15.
Farallones passed at noon, same
day. Ou leaving San Francisco, a
heavy 1NW gale and beam seas
wero encountered which lasted un
til tho following morning. Thon
came a strong NW wind till Sun
day, Fobruary 20. Theuco to port,
modorato easterly winds aud flue
Ilennlngton In Manlln.
Upon tho arrival hero of tho col-
Her BrutuB, one of tho city papers
published a story to tho offoot that
tho Bennington would bfi uuablu to
proceed to Manila without getting
Borao now niacbinery; also that the
Brntus would probably returu to
Guam with the necossary .parts.
ThoBonnington arrived in Manila
on February 22 and tbe Brutus has
returned to San Francisco.
Kilsrurd O'llrlen Mold,
Tho wrecked ship Eil ward O'Bri
en was eold at auction by Jamoa F
Morgan this morning. Tho ship, in
cluding thirty fathoms of chain nnd
30,000 foet of lumber, Hold for S550
nnd tho cargo of over 3500 tons nt
SG75. The purchaser was L A Eon
tin. Tho boats nnd anchors will bo
OUR LINE 18
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 your time, to call and see for yourself, and If your TIMB 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 Bia Shoi-v
XX Fort street.
33 Queen Street
Monday, March 6th, '9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
At my salosrootn, 33 Qucon Btroot, I will
noil nt l'ulillo Auction, undor a foro
oloillro of tuortgngo,
A Parcel of Land,
on the corner oi
Adjoining tho property of W. Is. Hopper.
This prnporty has a frontngo of 112,1
foot on King slroot, 181.5 foot on Punch-
lowl street, 05.7 foot nt rear, and 128
foot along tho proporty of W. L. IToppor.
PromUos nro covered with storo build
ings and largo tenomont hotisos, from
which a yoarly ronUl of over ?1,800 enn
Map of tho property ami all noodetl
lnloriuatlon at my ofllco.
.TAS. P. MORGAN,
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.
Talent ever in
RcscpvciI ScatH, GOc
General AilmlrtKion, 25c
Corner Alikoa and
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
llosorvcd Oliairs, 25c.
Near School street.
Present rental 50 per month. Can
easily be doubled. A good Investment.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Big Tent Show
t. Tarm at Hamakua... S r.soo
. Lots t Maklkl ,,,,, j jo.
3. t)i teres land ner town 6,oo
4. 5 acre of lanJ center ol lon 4.300
6. A 40-room Lodging House, ii-year lease. 5,00.
T. Large lot at Malklkl 10.000
8. it acres coffee land, Kona 3o
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, M planted.,., 6,000
10. Lot H acre near town iiSo
11, Corner lot center of tou g.joa
For further particulars apply to c ,' .
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postoffice Lnnc, - Honolulu.