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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 8, 1899.
Hnvo you ovor tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den HOSC? If not now is justtlio timo to do so
m we lmvo just received por "Moana" over a thou
sand dollars worth of this lino hose, just 299 lengths.
This is the third shipment -vo h.ivo had of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes the way the last
ones have we will have to lmvo another very soon.
If j on want the best hoso made uslc for Minera
lized, E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and llnmblur Agents.
FOR SALE !
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF XiOT, 200x290.
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Uath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room and Closet.
Servants' House of 4 rooms, Carriage House, and everything re
quired for a first-class home.
The grounds are planted with all kinds of fruit and ornamental
trees, flowers and ferns.
This is one of the nicest homes in Honolulu. Must be seen to be
appreciated, For further particulars see
L. C. ABLBS, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21,
F. AND A. M.
Special Mooting nt Mat-onlo Tomplo,
THIS (Wctlm-eday) KVUNING, March
ti,1800, Ht 7tf() o'clock. INITIATION,
lloiiibcf of LoiIko 1,0 I'rogros, mid Pa
1 Ilk-, and nil MiJnuriilnK brotliron, nro
fraternally Invltod to bo present.
K. It. O. WALLACE,
11C3 . Secretory.
Election of Officers.
At a regular meeting of the stockholders
of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., held March
4II1, 1899, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year :
F. E. Nichols, President.
J. F. Morgan, Vice-President.
A. V. Gear, Secretary.
T. U. Wall, Treasurer.
T. F. Lansing, Auditor.
The above officers constitute the Board
A. V. GEAR,
OF TIIH LATC
From an excellent original.
Can be worn for Brooches, Pins,
Cuff Buttons, etc.
The only way to preserve highly
P RICE 30c AND 50c .
Office 000 Foi'tSt.,nr. Ucretnnlu
AilniiK PolaiMilnic tiwar.
Now York, Fobruary 27. The
jury in uo Adauiei poison caso
ctmo in with it verdict at 8:d3 p.
m. It was as follows: "We find
that tho said Kutnoiiuo J. AdamB
camo to her death on Decombor
io, i8 S, in 01 Weat Eighty-sixth
rtrort, by p ison by inorcurio
ryaoidp, adminietered by Harry
H. Ooiniflh. to whom said poisou
hud been soul in a bottlo of
iiromospHzpr bv Roland 13.
N. g. 11.
Colonel Flilicr ItPulun anil Coinpntiy I)
Colonel J. II. Fiahor, com id mul
ing 1st Regiment, National Gutml
of. Hawaii, has resigned. Ho in
tends making 11 trip to tho Coast
shortly. Colonel Fisher joined tho
Honolulu Rifles in 1883, when
thoy worn ono company and tho
only whito body of militia in tho
country. When they were dis
banded iu 1890 ho had for soma
time beon captain of compnny B.
Ho started with the P.O. forceH in
1603 as lieutonant colonel, and has
now beon colonel of the regiment,
under tho Republic of Hawaii, fur
soma years. Neither tho Govern
mnut nor tho men under him
eoulu flver havo nau auv
thing against Oolonol Fisher. Ho
was always all right, deserving
and holdiug the confidence of tho
Government together with tho re
gnrd, amounting to affection, of tho
Company D has boen disbanded
owing to its having dropped into a
stato of inefficiency.
S. H. CITY OV PUKI1LA.
I'robubly to Hun In British American
Line From Hound Porta.
Briiif montion is mado in the
San Franoiso Chronicle of tho
chartering of the steamer City of
PuobU to run between Puget
Sound ports and tho Hawaiian
Col. Albert Whyte, on boing
informed of the report, said it was
likely the i'uobla wad coming iu
tho uritien American Liine now
operating the .Garonne. No ad
vices had boen received at tho
local agency, but his own latest
information was that tho company
was ou tho ove of chartering an
other largo steamer.
The (Jity of ruebla wob ono ot
tho transports that visited Hono
lulu during tho war with troops
for Manila. Sho is a fiuo and
wo II appointed steamship.
Two Hick Men,
William Woou, of tho Hollistor
Drug Co. Ltd., has beon very ill of
typhoid malarial fever for tho paht
eilj lit weeks. Hois lying at tho
Queoii's hospital and, having pass
ed the turn favorably Inst Sunday,
is now happily improving,
David Dayfon Jr. has been laid
low, at the family home, for more
thau a week. His malady is ma
Adu in this column u ittbt instrttd attftentt
a tint tint inurtion: to etnti tteonJ inter
tton; jo etntt a wtek and $0 ants a month, 7ktt it ttt
tbtaptit adxertiting tvtr offer t J ttt ftoflt of Honolulu,
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
.Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, and
live sickness. California Teed Co.,Acents. 1069
COR SAl.tMCholce UUDDni) NAVEL ORANGE
r TUHLS. Address HAWAIIAN I HUIT AND
PLANT CO , P. O. Box iti, Honolulu. n6)-tw
Rl SALE Cheap, A nicvele MerryOu-RnunJ.
Carries 16 rassencer: riders furnish the power:
one rl ler can propell It. Tor full particulars enquire
at BAILEY S HONOLULU CYCLi.KY. an King St.
CO-SALE I'ljmouth Rock and Rrovvn Leghorn
Konsicrs. newiv mnorica irom me
Maklkl street, aboe Wilder Avenue,
A 7 ACRES COITEr.all bearing; with Rood living
l house and outbuildings, and Implements for the
cultivation of coffee; large cistern on place; near to
steamer unJInir. trees in tine condition, ana place
Is under high state nf cultivation. Situate at llono
kia, Ihw.iil. Arplr to P. II. rturnette, ty King
street, Honolulu, P. O. Ilox aoa. itsS-iw
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply "S," Bulletin Office. tt5)-im.
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRY.MENI-lsland-bred
dairy stock, bred tj the thoroughbred sire of the
W. O. Irwin dairy, for further particulars Inquire ot
C. W .Macfarlane. nji-lf
PR SALE-One SIIIP.MAN ENGINE In rertect
order. Apply to II. G. Illart, Tort St. 1101-tf
A TWO-.MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
rt Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergslrom
Music Co.. tort street. 1067
EST as cent meal In town. Try It and be eon-
vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
BOAKl) AND ROOMS.
TO LET Pleasant furnished front room, with board,
with private family, healthful and convenient loca
tion, hilt block from Nuuanu cars; wholesome home
cooking; $t tor two persons, $7 for one. Apply to
Al.. at imc iiuiietinomcc. nco-iw
1ANTED rive Messenger Bovs, at once. Apply
W American .Messenger Service, corner Hotel and
Alakca Streets. ' tf
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
vears rut Bookkeeper for Hamakui Mill Co .
and Kukalau Mill Co., desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
KO)ai rl?er to. inference: messrs ineo. 11,
Davlesfi Co., Ltd., Honolulu. it6i-im
WELL RECOMMENDED HOUSEKEEPER
WANTED. Apply at this office. noi-tf
WANTED To purchase for cash, USED HAWA
IIAN POSTAGE STAMPS. 10 of each value.
M. DAVIS, 67 Shuter St... Montreal, Canada. tis6-ttn
WANIED-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenircr Service, corner Klne and
Alakea streets. io67tf
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
1 lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Aslum. and other rubllc Institutions, use our
Chlnro-Naptholeum with great success. California
l-eea v-o., ARents, iota
TO LET New cottaRC of eleht rooms In College
street off Wilder avenue. AprivtoW. M Cun
ningham, Tavorite saloon, or his residence, College
COTTAGE TOR RENT rnur-room cottage on
Young street, near Sam Parker's, for rent from
18(18. for six months, furnished or untur-
Apply on premises. Telephone 607. 114s
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, lor small monthly
rental, California Feed Co., Agents. to6q
PASS-BOOK LOST. Pass Book 0117. In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder wilt
receive suitable reward bv leaving same at tho office
of tho HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noa-lf
HOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Owner
1 can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Afar
7, 1 t m Weather line, wlntl light
Weather Jiureiut. Funahou, Mar 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GljMiilday maximum, 71).
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, 0 a in, 29.09. Rising.
Rainfall, do, 0.03.
Humidity iu 0 a m GO percent.
Wednesday, Mar 8.
Stmr Ilelene, Macdonald, from Ko
na and Maui.
l'MSS City of Peking, Ward, from
Am Blip A J Fuller, Nichols, 137
days from Now York with cargo of
Wednesday, Mar 8.
Stmr Iwalaui, Gregory, forLahaina,
Honokaa anil Kultulliuele.
Html Kllohaua, Thompson, for La
halua and Kuiuiapali at 4 p in.
p M a uuy or poKing, warn, ror
China and Japan at 0 p in.
From San Franoisoo, per F M
S S City of Peking, Mar 8 E 0
Lydccker, Mr and Sirs 0 0 Gra
ham and obild, A Newbouso, 11 B
Heoht, M jj Uoretlo, Mr and Mrs
S J Lynn, F Frauzins, Geo. Wag.
nor, G W Carter, Ohas Uigelow,
F Wuudonberg, Mr and Mrs H
Woltors, Ed L Lewis, Mrs Ohas
P Adams, MrB M II Hawloy.
Steerajjo: F Meadows, E It Nio
mau, W Emmett. F R Giddincs,
W 0 Crook Jr, E Lofaivro, Mrs
A Lefaivro, Mrs L Lofaivre, H
Shephard, R Morehouse, W
Schultz, W E BankB, W Hurley,
M Parcel!, W Stadler, J Koon, A
DowBuad, M J Buckley.
Through) . For Yokohama:
Mr and Mrs G N Westheinor, Jos
8 Isidor, Geo A Newhall, 0 H
Bain, J M Gurnoy, J R Reed,
Mrs G Glenny, Mr and Mrs II H
Flagler, Miss F 0 Morso, Dr A
Wood. For Kobo: Mr and Mrs
Geo D Clorko, E Hehr, B B Bar
ney. For Nagasaki: R E Pres
ton. For Shanghai: F CensoD,
Capt W 8 Niokols. For Hong
kong: Mrs K E Von Radesky,
Dr and Mrs A A Woodhull, Mr
and Mrs II Frankel.
Tho City of Peking sails for
China and Japan at 10 o'clook to
night. Tho Goldon Gnto is taking on
ballast at Brewer's wharf, prepa
ratory to doparturo.
Tho Koauhou sails this aftor
noon for Kauai ports. Sho will
tako tho foreign mail.
Now that tho Edward O'Brien
has turned ovor, men aro at work
stripping thocoppor from hor bot
tom. Tho Robert Lowers will get
away about Friday. She htulod
out into tho stream from tho In
ter Island wharf this fornoon.
Tho 0 D Bryant did not got
away yesterday. Sho took on a
lot of bottles this forenoon and
will probably eail for San Fron
cisco this afternoon.
Tho Gaelic brought ono of tho
largest shipments opium that has
entered this port ollicially for
many months. It consisted of
175 cases aud tho duty thereon
will amount to S11G.850. Tho es
timated gross valuo of the con
signment is S31 1,30G. Tho Gaelic
left Honolulu six hour? ahead of
tho Australia and beat her into
port by noarly seven "hoiUB. S F
Chronicle March 1.
Made Steamer Tim
Tho bark S. 0. Allen, whioh
arrived lioro a few days ago from
Honolulu, beat all records in the
laf-t four hours of her run to this
port. Captain Johnson, who has
unbounded faith in tho spoodi
upas of his vessel, undertook to
race tho City of Peking into port.
The stoamor passed tho bark
about 2 o'clock in tho afternoon
whoa both vessels wero about
sixty miles from port. Captain
Johnson crowded on all tho eail
his boat would carry, but tho
slearaor soon diunppoared. When
tho S. 0. Allen camo to anchor,
however, in tho quarantine
grouuds, Captain Johnson found
that ho had mado tho sixty miles
in a Utile less than four hours,
which satisfied him almost as
much as if ho had beaten the
Peking into port. S. F. Chroni
cle, Mar. 1.
New Northern Pacific, Htenmera.
Tacoma, Feb. 20. President
Hill of tho Great Northern Rail
way is reported to havo hired
A. B. Wolvin of Duluth nt S10,
000 a yoar to organize a now lino
of steamships to ply between.
Puget Sound and tho Orient in
connection with the Groat North
ern. Hill is not satisfied with
his road's presont connection with
JNippon xusen iiaisha, and is
ambitious 10 establish a lino or
modern American stoamships.
Wolvio is expected to build or
leaso boats aB rapidly as possible.
Ho is ono of tho most expert lako
traffio men, being president of tho
Zonith Transit Company, opera
ting soven steamships on the
Great Lakos, and connected with
other lake transportation compa
nies. Sailing Shlpa In Colllalon.
The British ship Talus and the
bark Coylon came into collision
yesterday morning just botwoon
the Heads. It was dead calm at
tho time, but tbers was a stroug
flood tido running. The Ceylon
suffered considerably, but the
limojuicor escaped with barely a
scratch. Both vessels were bound
in, the Ceylon from Honolulu and
the Talus from Cardiff. S. F.
Chronicle, Feb. 27.
No Italn at Diamond Head.
Captain Christian at tho Din
inond Head station reports that,
on Monday last, when tho rain
wiib heaviest at Waikiki and in
town Monday, there was hardly
onough to wet tho ground out
thore. This is a very poouliar oir
oumstanco, considering tho fact
that the rain was general,
Diamond Head Halla.
Tho bark Diamond Head sailed
from San Franoisoo for this port,
Feb 27. In addition to her full
cargo of general merchandise,
tho Diamond Head has thirty
throe head of cattle, a large
amount of hay and a patrol wagon
for tho police force hero.
Carc fur Kahiilul.
The sohooner Ruby A CousinB
sailed from Honolulu, Fob 20.
Sho has the following merchan
dise: 3280 pkgs railroad materi
al, 15 pkgs ooal tar, 23 bbls fire
clay, 25,000 redwood posts, 9 pkgs
IeI ilTTD T TlffF
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 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 the Bio Shoe,
:: 33 Queen Street
At io o'clock a', m.,
At my salosroom, 33 Queon stroot,I will
soil at Fublio Auction, a large lnvolco
of FINK TAII.OU OOODS, comprising
A fino chanco to buy cloths boforo tho
increntio of duty umlor the American
.TAS. P. MORGAN,
Fresh Columbia Salmon,
" " Smelt,
Turkeys and Chickens.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
U58-5t King street. "
YOUNG TENDER COON
a. iu tuuuxA
J. F. POST MANAGLR
To-night, Wednesday! i
Post's Mil) Sin!
Martin's Trained Dogs!
The California Nightingale !
Reserved Scuts, GOc
Gcncrnl Admission, UGc
NICE HOME AT KALIHI
MUST BE SOLD,
For particulars apply to
.. uu..w.. w....-, y
No. 310 Fort St.
i. Farm a! Ilamakua S ''J00
a. aLowatMaklkl J V
. 7 acres land near town 6,ooa
4. 54 acre o( lnJ center of tovn '.S9
6. A ao-room Lodging House, u-year lease, j.coa
7. Large lot at Malklkl 'o-008
8. its cr coffee land, Kona J-00
9. 51 acres coftee land, Kona, M planted....' .oo
io. Lot i acre near town '.S0
it. Corncrlot centeroltown '5 , i
u. SOLD. T
For further particulars apply to
J. 11. VIVAS,
G Postofllcc Lpne, - Honolulu.
w',i&!siii&-i t'j&.jdlj'b&a&iL, , , ivU .