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THE 'EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MABCH 3, 18UU
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WIS BRAND IS SIMPLY C1H$
TO TH OATS CSA'S MASTED,
M1L AIL CWM BRAUDS-AUCh
STERMED. THE ROASTliiGfS
GIVES A PECULIAR X
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TYvm -yr --302 CALIFORNIA ST.
W5tWW60jasy SAN FRANCISCOXAL
If you do wo can furnish you with iho needed
articles o scrnpo with. Tlio Columbus Steel
Scraper is tho hsuidiest for quick work on
plantation or road work and tho R-
volving Scraper is a
m too warm work for
Kaor and take a scrape
tho diubreneo, call in and scrape up an nccjimiii
tani'o and you will find that you arc treated so
well that you will want to come again.
General Hardware, Paints, Oil, Bicycle,
Leather, oU, otc.
: :AT: :
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort find Kino: Sts.
Columbia, nml ltambler Agcnti.
G, CLEVELAND CANDIDATE!
Princ t'Ui, N. J., FpI). 21. It is
leuruoil that cx-l'iesuloDt G rover
Clfwlnnd vw eigniliotl bis iuteu
tiun of ntlpudiug the dinner to lio
pivon at Driliuotiico'a od Slnrch 2tl
in liouor of Carl Schnrz. This
. vill bo Mr. UloNolund's iirflt pnb
liy iippeitrnnce in Now York poli
tics h in c 0 lh'.Ki
Princetfin, N. J , F.'bruRry 23.
drover Clewliiud is to be u cnucli
cliito in l'JOU for Ins third term us
President. His initml mine to
thw end is to bo tnkou nt a din nor
nf the Now York Doiuocrutio Olnb
lu bo civpn t Doliuoiiiio'et n week
from tonight. In hi apeei-h ns
t'to gnfflt of honor there ho will
ontluio n now uiitinunl policy for
tho Doinoorfttio pirty, ami infer
ential y otTor himself as tho staud-nrd-bearor
when it is ready fur a
Tho keynote of tho new Cleve
land policy will be auti-imperiHl-ism
and auti-oxpansion. Tho cur
rency questiou is to bo relegated
to tho background iu large uioa
Euro a9 a cjuestion already practic
ally eottled by popular decree. It
will bo hold that tho future of the
Nation hinues on tho riint mttle-
llemout ot tne quosnous ucauug
with tho torritory ncquired during
tlie recent war, and ttiut tho settlo
raent can rightfully bo only upon
tho basic fuc', 'Govornment ouly
by conaput of tlm jjioverned," and
not always then, as will bo in
ferred from tho way he deslt with
Hawaii during his second torui.
NAVV IIILL PINtI.1.1 PASM5U.
Waohinelon, Feb 23. -The
naval appropriatinn hill finall)
pubbcd tho Houao this afternoon
after four days ol aurtraouiouf
dobite, most of which waa npout
upon tbo quofation of reliabilita
tini tho naval Academy at Anua-
poiia In acoordauco with tbo
ecb'enie inaugurated by tbo appro
piiution of half a million iu tho
last naval bill and tho proposition
to iucrcabo tut maximum price to
ho paid for armor plato to S54G
por ton, existing law liniitiup out
to $1U0. Upou bolb propositions
tlin naval committen Buffered
feignal dtfoats. The amendment to
build a great armor plant was ruled
out upon a point of orr'or, but
alter a raocorouB debate, in whioh
the price to be paid for armor wiis
cut t!ov.ii fioui S345, th pricf
hicli the n inmittee insisted was
I'oinp paid for the iuw Krupp
HVinoi toillf) and n proviso was
mi midtd pieuUdiiiR tbn Gov
U.I.IU. ntfiMin ).iyii(i ranri' thau
with phlil l. any olh r fon-igu
ov maiont for aimi ar armnr.
ttV OTHER BRANDS
liltlo handier. If this
you, huy a good Bengal
Don't know us1? what's
The Only Plpst-Clnss Amurlcnn
RcBtmirnnt in the City.
Ill'SINUSS LUNCH, from 11 n in. till
2 p. in sr cnill.H
DINNKlt, from 5 to 7 p. m 6(1 cents
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
527-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, II. I.
P. A. Dlasns'igneeof theestate of Awa,
a bankrupt, hereby gives notice that he
has filed his accounts In the Circuit Court
of the first Circuit, and has applied for his
ulsciinrge as sau assignee. All persons
Interested are notified to appear at the
Court House, In Honolulu, before the Hon.
V. L.Stanley on Monday, Alarch 0th 1899,
at 10 a. m., to show cause If any they
have, why said accounts should not be ap-.
proved, and the assignee discharged.
P. A. DIAS,
sslgnee of the estate of Awa, a bankrupt.
Fresh Columbia Sulmoit,
" " Smeltt
Turkeys and Chickens.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
W. hive now on Up a supply of pure ,in4 unuJul
in i' j J lnJ, Irre tn all, direct fnimour own wlnJtac,
jr artiei to rlJe eiler than any other brnnJonUp
In Huiiolulu. puncture proof an J free from oil or any
MibMime tint cimiI J polbty Inline the musl wnltKe
tin., lteinember that a blow at llille) s will (ro farther
llun any other In town We have the finest thing In
a connection fur free air, ni hose, no trouble Talk
ing about Puncture Proof, we shall hate In stock In
a tew .jays a tlrelhat a Klawe thorn cannot renetrate.
We set, t to the maker a full line ot thorns for a trial,
fie t-utnrv uperlmenli J with them ana founJ that the
Mllwaukte I'uniture proof Tim It Impervious to the
worst KIjwu thorn )ou Cdn tirtJ. It Is nlto aseasy to
rliean my first clnst lire In the m.irkit. Puncture
Proollng Ins not iffcttt-J lu resllency, no metal strip
In tho thread, I or sale In the Hawaiian IslanJsexclu
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
231 KING STREET.
Established 1(91 Headquarters tor Repairs
l'fiCS'J'' ' '' m 01 he InarteJ tit It unit
ahtfinl inurtion; to anil ttcoitJ iwirr.
Uf. ft) rrlrii (I ft e e k and en etui i a tnnnlh. T bit ulhe
Ichtaptil .uhtiliil ng ever offtrlJ IU topli of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
v Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, anJ
save sickness. California feed CoA(rents. 10C9
COM SALE Plymouth Hock anJ llrown Leghorn
1 Itoosterv Newly tmporteJ from the Coisl, 40
Ataklkl street, aboe WllJer Aenuc. iiso-iw
1 7 ACRES COI rrP.all reirlns with BooJ IMnit
I house anJ nutbullJIngs, anJ Implements for the
cultlvitlon of coffee, laree cistern on pliic near to
steamer I inJInsr. Trees tn fine conJItlon and place
Is unJcr hljih state of cultivation. Mluile at Mono
kia, Hawaii. Apply to I' II. ilurnctle, ty Klnir
street, I lonololu. P. O. Ilox 101. its9-iw
A hanJsome Japanese screen for $40.
' Apply S," Ilulletin Office.
COK SALE 4 Lots at Maklkl, by GEO. PC
1 Inquire at Popular, Tort street. if Jt-
OPPOUTUNITY POR DAIRYMEN'-IslanJ-rreJ
dairy stock, bred tj the thorouchbred sire of the
, i. irttin uairy, I or runner particulars inquired
C. W Alacfarlane. tiii-lf
PR SALH-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
orJcr. Apply to II. 0. Ulart, Tort bt. lioflt
A TWO.MANUALand Pedal Mass REIT) ORGAN
" bultaNe lot chapel or reslJence.
Music Co , Tort street.
REST as cent meal In town.
Trv It and be con-
i-ina s Lxceisior Kestaurant. 1041
"TO Lt T New rnttice of eishl rooms In f otlrj-e
street on wiuer nvenue Apply tow. oi -un-nlnffham,
favorite saloon, or his residence, College
I "OR RENT Mosiulto-proof rooom near Thomis
Square, Kng street. Sij also small room $3.
Address A II C ItULturlN Office. n?7-jt
COTTAGE I OR RENT Tour-room cottajre on
Younu street, near Sam Parker s for rent from
March i i8gS, for six months, furnished or unfur
nUhed Apply on premises. Telephone(87, lies
WE llrNT th- West DISINrECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for small monthly
rental. California feed Co., Agents. 1069
pASS-IIOOK LOST.-Pass Hook 011?. In favor
1 of Wm, Crawford, has been lost Under will
receive suitable reward bv leavlnir same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. uoi-tf
PUND Pouch containing lllcvcle outfit. 0ner
can h we ssirn by calling at the Einine Bulletin
office and paying extenscs. njs
HOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD WITH MCE MMNIhHLD ROOMS.
501 tleretanl.1 street. ii)a-im
WASTm-A COOK, at the Queen Hotel,
WANTFD-To purchae for cash. USED HAWA
IIAN lOSTAGE STAMPS. io of each value.
M DAVIS, SrShuterSt.. Montrcil, Canada n5-im
UAN1 ED-Several SMALL DOYS. Apply at
vv Honolulu Messenger Service, corner Kins and
Alakea streets. 1067-tf
THE PUnUCTO KNOW that the St Louis Col-
lee, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
tnsine Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with Rreat success. California
l-cea 1.0., f-ents. 1000
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace,
Diiimonit Head Signal Station. Mar
X, 1 p 111 weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punaliou, Mara.
Teiiiperature Muriilnir minimum,
03; Midday maximum, 71).
( Rarrmeter corrected for cravlty- .06 )
Harnmeter, 0 a in, 29.03. Low but
Uainfnll, do, n.00.
llumitlity utOa m 72 percent.
Hew Point OIK.
Westerly winds autl lino weather.
Friday, Jfar 3.
Rtmr Mnuna Lou. Slmerson. from
Mnnl mill Ilnwail porta; 3S4S bugs
siiuar, 83 bags coffee. 31 lul eattlo anil
Si bti littles.
Frltljy, Mar 3
Stinr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Makawell, Walmea anil Kckaha at 5
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Mnann waa about an houi
late in getting away for the Colo
nics last evening.
Tbo Garouun sails for Seattle
and Tacoma, Tuosday, Maich 7.
Houry Walorhoueo & Co aro tho
Tho Celtic has hauled alongside
tho Ocoanio wharf whoro alio will
bnaten coaling nporations and sail
as aoon aa possible for Manila.
Tbo schooner A J West, 483
tons, hnB boen chartered by the
S E Slade Lumber Co to load
lumbar at Gray's Harbor for Ho
nolulu. The Janios Makee, being shut
out of Kapaa on accouut of tho
weather, and seeiug no prospects
for Immediate betterment of the
conditions, may ttkn on a load of
sugar at Hauamaulu and return to
The Mikabaln will io to Kauai
without a purser. Guy Kelly,wlio
went out in her on the last trip,
will remain at "hi a own post and
John Grubo, the rpgulnr purser,
who went to Kauai in the Hall an
a witness in a case now before the
Circuit Court there, will pick up
his vessel at Makawoli.
Tho mainmast of tho Edward
O'JJrieu wont through today.
Purser Tuft of tho Mauna Loa
reports eijinB of nc'ivily in tlie
orator of Kilauen. Much smoko
was scon during tho week.
Tho Upolu anils for Honoipu
this aftornoou. Tho steamer is a
littlo out of hor schedule timo,hav
ins raado an extra trip to this port
with sugar last week. She will try
to get back into port by Wodnes'
day, her regular time. Tho Upo.
lu's regular timo of sailiug is al
ways a day after tho sailing of tho
Koua-Kau packot Manna Loa,
Stoaraor Laurnda, recently
bought by Sol Simpson, and
which boeamo famous as a fili
buster in Cuban waters, will como
oft" tho Tacoma dry dock in a few
days, probably tho latlor part of
tho week. It IB understood tuo
repairs to tho Lnumda will oot
npptoximately $20,000. Sho has
boon on tho dock two or three
weeks already, and has received
mnny new plates, especially near
the water lino. Other repairs
hnvo boen mudo to tho ship. It in
pnid the owner of tho Lmurnda is
negotiating with the iuteutitui of
puttfnc her inlo tho uovemraent
transport service on tho l'acilic.
From Hawaii and Maui ports,
per stinr Mauna Loa, March 3
Mrs Oartonborc, Tom Smithies,
Prof IVtterer, Yuon Clionu, J La
zaro and son, Mrs Archer, Wra
Hopper, 0 Ah Ohong, Mrs Mor
ton, Mies Auld, O II Gorin, the
Misses Bartols, H S Townsend, W
O Smith, Mr InneB and wife, Sai
Hing, w lierlowilz, Mrs Haysel
den and 53 cabin.
Iliissnll Mlil)lnir Mutters.
Pursor Tuft of the Mauna Loa
makes tho following roport on Ha
wtiil shipping mr.ttors: Cleaned
out Uouuiipn. No BUgar at Punn-
luu 11 A (Jo started grinding
March 1. Very stroni winds all
weolc. Very little rain. lunlaui
expects to leavo Hatnakua thih
ovoninj.' Friday She will lenvo
3500 luiHs nt N S C and 20 10 at
S M. Fair weather and very
littlo rniu. The Kolmln district
has had a creat deal of ruin.
I'here nro about 7 00 bug at Lh-
linina. The Koauhnu expects Io
avo tomorrow nicht. She wns at
KiiHnapali this morning.
Nulla. ICIc. of IMsrurtl O'Hrlnn,
Tho La Ninfa hitulod alongside
tho Inter-Island wharf this morn-1
ing, laden with the provisions,
sniln, tackle, auohor nud othor ar
ticles from the wreck of the Ed
ward O'Uriou. The La Ninfa has
bi-eu out by Iho wreck about two
Ii.s and (luring that timo, has
Htrjpped the vessel clean bo
clean, in fact, that should it bo ne
cessary to lake down the yards,the
loosening of tbreo or four ropes
on each, will do tho work.
Tho schooner Transit was to
have gott ij nway for San Francis
co today uut the dolay in arrival
of a schooner from Hamakua with
1200 bags of sugar to top off hor
cargo, has caused a longer wait
than was at iirst anticipated.
Should tho expected schooner ar
rive today, tho Transit will got
away on Sunday. Otherwise uhe
will not get away until next week.
FEBRUARY DEATH RECORD
The mortuary report for Febru
ary gives the number of doaths in
Honolulu as 70, of whioh 24 wore
without medical attondcinco. Fro
bttbly, as explained in connection
with tho January repent, tborebas
not been an actual incroiiau of uu
utteuded cases from former
months. The undesirablo show
ing is doubtless duo to tho strict
rule made by the Board of Health,
a couple of mouths ago, forbidding
tho accoptauco or certincatos with
the names of physicians as attend
ing who had not attended the
By nationalities there wore 33
HawaiianB, 13 of thern from one
to fivo years of ago ten of these
undor one year; 7 Chinese, a Por
tuguese, 'J Jnpaueso, 5 United
States and 7 of other nationalities.
Four woto non-residents. Males
3D, females 31. The total of 70
is against Go in lb'JH, H in lbW
and 78 in 189(3, for the corns,
The annual death rate p.r
thousand for mouth was 21; Ha
waiinuH 3443, Asiatics 10 54, all
Causes of death rango from 12
deaths "unknown," or half of the
"unattended," and 11 cousump
tion, down to 1 each 17 malndies
avl ' I
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock la 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, hontst value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOD NOTHING,
except your time, to call and sec 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 Bio Siiol
Xt lrrfc street.
33 Queen Street
Anchors nnd Chains.
On SATURDAY, March 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Atthelotnt renrof HiolIiuMiIiiin lcctrlo
Co.', Alukoa street, I will will at I'ultllo
AiiMlon, ALL THK CANVAS SAILS,
ANCHOItS AND CHAINS n.iod from
tho wreck of tlio ship Kdwurd O'JJrlou
,TAS. J?. AEORQAX,
Monday, March 6tli, '99,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my KiMosroom, 33 Quean stroot, 1 will
will at Public Auction, undor a fore
closure of inortgngo,
A Parcel of Land,
on the corner of
Adjoining tho property of V. I. Jloppor.
This proporty has a frontage- of 112,1
feet on King stroot, 181 5 feet on l'unclr
liowl stroot, 05.7 foot at rfur, anil VIS
fet along tho proporty of W.L.lIopper.
l'rom!no3 tiro covered with ttoro bullil
IngH and largo tenement bousox, from
which a yoarly rental of over $1,800 mui
Map ot tho proporty iul all needed
Information at my ofllco.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
Real Estate Ae"t
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Talent ever in
RcHCPvetl ScntH, GOc
Gcnctml AiIiuIbhIoii, 2&c
Corner AUken and y
CHANGE OF PROGRAMi
EVERY NIGHT ::
15 ARTISTS 15
llosevvcd Chairs, 25c
Near School street.
Present rental f$o per month. Ctay
easily !e doubled. A good Investment. Jt
Foff particulars apply to
H-M INo.iU HOITt tit. v
1, Tann at Hamakua $ 7,90a
1, 4 Lots at Ataklkl ,. 3500
. ,H crcs lanl near toun 6,004
4. S acre ol UnJ center o( town 4.jw
6. A4o-room LoJcIng House, la-jtar least. 5.000
;, Larco lot at Malklkl 10,00a
8, 175 acres coffee land, Kona. 3,00a
9. ji acres coffee land, Kona, planted.... 6,00a
to. Lot Ji acre near ton 1,500
11, Comer lot center ot (own 5.500
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflce Lnnc, - Honolulu.
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