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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 9, 1899.
Ilnvo you over tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? If not now is just tho tiino to do s
as avo lmvo just received per "Moana" over a thou
sand dollars worth of this fino hose, just 299 lengths.
This is tho third shipment wo have had of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes tho way tho last
ones have we will havo to havo auothor vory soon.
If you want tho hest hose made ask for Minera
lized, : :AT: :
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kino: 9ts.
Columbia nnd Itamblcr Agonts.
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x290,
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Bath, 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. ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21,
P. AND A. M.
Mavuilc Temple, N. C. corner Alakea and Motel Sts.
hutotl iisfotlng, first Monday oaoli
month. Special meeting), lin called
(will bo noted In tills spneo).
Monitors Lodge I-o I'rogros, Pacific
I oilge, and all bojournlng brethren cor
dially Iniltod. 1103
Trespassing Not Allowed.
Notice Is hereby Riven that all trespass.
ic upon the lands of the underpinned. Is
forbidden; and any person, man, woman,
or child found fishing, shooting, hunting,
or cutting and taking taro tops and taro
from these lands without written permis'
slon from the undersigned, will be proseor
ted to the fullest extent of the law.
WING TAI CHONG,
corner rung ana maKea ais , nonoiuiu.
GultniH, : Ulciileles.,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES,
Workmanship and material guaranteed. Repairing
164 a specially.
Public Lands Notice.
On Tuesday, April 1 1, !&)o, at 12 o'clock
noon, at front entrance of JuJIcI.iry build
ing, Honolulu, will be sold at Public Auc
tion: Lease of 207 acres of I ind Included be
tween Oplhllala and Paaullo, Hamakua,
Term of lease 15 years from May 18th,
Upset rental $ 1035 per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance.
For plans and further particulars apply
at PublU Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
March 8, 1899. uo3t
Public Lands Notice.
On Tuesday, April :i, 1800, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of the Judlcl.iry
building, will be sold at Public. Auction
The lease of 1 46-100 acres of land situ-,
ate at Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu, being1
Apana 2 of land known as Kamookahl.
This l.md Is suitable for rice cultivation.
Term of lease 15 years from March 5th,
Upset rental fGo per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance.
1 or plans and further particulars apply
t Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
March o, 1899- u63t
OLD HONOLULU HII'IKS.
KamnninaB smile at mention of
tho foreign military organization
of 1883 to 1890 known ns tho "old"
Honolulu Iliiles. What owned
that designation pxisted about
forty years ago. When tho later
body of that name was
formed, its organizers wero
not awaro of a preceding
one of the same uanio. Other
wise, out of respect for tho dead,
uuotlmr designation might have
The captains of tho "old" Ho
nolulu Rifles, which usually raua
lorcd 70 or 80 strode;, in their
order wero: Richard Oody, John
H. Brown, John A. Haa'singer
ana unas. T. umiak. VI tuoee
Mr. Hassinger is tho sole survivor.
Colonol W. F. Allon, Horaco G.
Crabbu and O. E. Williams are
survivors from tho corps. The
command marched in the funerrl
of Knmehamoba IV.
That monarch ohoso John O.
Dominis, husband of Liliuokalani,
out of the ranks to be bis privato
secretary with tho rank of major
on his staff.
Oaptaio Oody went to tho Coast,
and returning died at eea.on board
tho vessel Fanny Major, under
command of Oaptain Paty. His
body was brought to Honolulu
and interred with military honors
by his old company.
Tho company used to shoot at a
range in tho vicinity of tho Has
sineor property, the targets being
our, in uio direction or wnere now
stands the Lunalilo Homo. That
was away out in tho country then.
It is in tho midst of tho city now.
For Homo tiino after Mr. Hhssing
er bad begun to improve his home
stead there, tho stakes marking
the old racecourse wore still in tho
ground on tho promises.
Whilo marohing in from a shoot
nno day, the company was hailed
by a sentry at the palace. Ho asked
Uio captain to stop the drum bent-
iou. lvaineiiamenn xv. was 111.
,4IUJ must not bo
was the king's last illness.
Now York, February 20. A
cable to tho Sun, dated Manila,
ireiuuary zo, iu p. m., says:
Tho villago of Marraouina has
been burned by the iusurgouts.
Thoro was the usual skirmishing
last uight. Two men of tho Penn
Bylvni in llrglraout and (ono each
of tho Minnesota nnd Idaho Regi
ments woio wounded. A private
of tho Kansas Ilegiraont was kill
i(YC&ii. In Iht column u III tt Until J tilt unit
Kr" almtfril Inurtion; ro unit utond nnr
Hon; fo ttnh a mtk anJ fa unit o month. 7 Ml d Ibt
chtafit lltrlnlnf mr ojftrtj tttftoplt of Honolulu.
UEWANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
' Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Feed Co .Agents. i6o
TO LET Two Isrge airy, well furnished rooms to
rent. Inquire J06 Punchbowl street ii6imw
TO LET New cottage of tight rooms In College
' street off WllJer avenue AppiytoW At Cun
ningham, Favorite saloon, or his residence, College
E RENT the West DISINFECTINO MACHINES
and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co.. Agents.
COR SALE-Cholce DUDDI D NAVEL ORANGE
r TREES. Address HAWAIIAN I RUIT AND
PLANT CO , P. O. Uox roj. Honolulu. ii6)-iw
1 Cirrles 16 pastenf;
a Diode Merry-Go-Round.
raseneers, riders furnUh the rower:
one rlier can propell It. I or full particulars enquire
at BAILL 'S HONOLULU CYCLLRY, tji King St.
POR SALE Plymouth Rock and Drown Leghorn
Koostirs, Newly imported Irom the uoast, 401
Maklkl street, above Wilder Avenue. H5-iw
PR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40,
Apply "S," llulletln Office. ns)-im.
"VPI'ORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN l-lsland-tred
V-J dilry stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W. O. Irwin dairy,
Tor further particulars Inquire of
POR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to H. G. Dlart, Fort St. noj-lf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable for charel or residence. Bercslrom
Music Co., Fort street.
REST 95 cent meat In town.
Trv It and be con-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
TO LET Pleasant furnished front room, with board,
with private famllv; heallhful and convenient locu
tion, half block from Nuuanu cars, wholesome home
choking. Sit tor two persons, $7 for one. Apply to
At , at the llulletln office. iiCo-iw
W ANTED Five Atessenger Doys, at once Apply
American .Messenger Service, corner Motel and
Alakta Streets, If
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
ears past Dookkeeper for Hamakus Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference. Messrs Thco. II.
Davles & Co , Ltd , Honolulu. 1161-im
WELL RECOMMENDED HOUSEKEEPER
WANTED. Apply at this office. lifii-tf
WANTED-To purchase for cash. USED HAWA
IIAN POSTAGE STAMPS. 10 of each value.
M DAVIS, 87 Shuter St., Montreal, Canada. 1156-101
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
' lerc. St Andrews Priory. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other Dubllc Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
i-eea 1.0 . Agents. 1069
PASS-BOOK LOST.-Pass Book out. In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward by leaving; same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noa-tf
FOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. O.ner
can have same by calllrg at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
TRADE IIjGREASE $4,000,000.
Continued from Pago 1.
for 1898 was 81,441,247.51, and
of decreases 8116,277.91, rnakiog a
net inuroase of S1,324.0G9.G0. The
chief increase wbb in sucar as to
vuluo, tho qnantity ehowinc a do-
.reaaol of 75,195,190 pounds, but
(ho vnluo an inorenso of $1,224,-
200.40. Bettor prices of courso.
The quantity of sugar was 444,
963,036 pounds, and the value
Kico, 2,865,700 pounds, $149,-
27814 value a decrease of 2,-
533,799 pounds and $76,297.38 re
epeotively. The increased domes
tic consumption of rico largoly, if
not wholly, accouuts for this
Coffee, 733,285 pounds. $115.-
944.89 value an inoreaso of 396,
127 pounds and $16,243.27 ro
spootivoly. Note that an export
valuation averaging nearly sixteen
cents a pound is hero shown for
Spcoio exhibits the greatest in
crease next to sugar, tho value
being $138,420. As it is all in-
crppse, ono tnigut suppose that a
gold mine bad been discovered
and a mint started hero. Ono,
however, would be mistakon in
both respects. This monoy was
all Bent to China and Japan.
Foreign goods exported show an
increase of $14,696.03.
Other increases aro as follows,
values only boing quoted: Hides,
$27,401.34; Goat and Deer Skins.
$2229.63!: Tallow, $7724.10; Betel
.Leaves, 96; i'lnnls and coeds,
$1180.75; Awa, $381.98; Bones
and Horns, $1086.80: Curios,
$282.50; Canned Pineapples,
$5408.45; Hide Trimmings, $39 60;
Decreases not before noted aro:
Bananas, $8831.53; Wool, $21,
043.84; Pinoapples, $5753.92 ex
ports or which were lull) crates
and 116,715 pieces; Shoop Skins;
$354.01; Molasses, $1973.64; Taro
Flour, $244.50; Sundry Fruit,
$99.35; Honey, $1079.75.
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Dlniuotid Head Blgiinl Station, Mar
I), 1 p 111 wentlier line, winu ngiii
Weather Bureau, Puliation, Mar 0.
Temperature Morning minimum,
Oj; Midday maximum, 80.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, Oam, 30.04. Steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.13.
Humidity at 0 n 111 74 percent.
Dow Point 07 F.
Wednesday, Mar 8.
Stmr Nocau, Pctlcrsen, from Kauai
Stmr James Makue, Tullett, from
Knpnn; 2081 bags sugar for H Hack
fcltl & Co antl O Ilrewor & Co.
Stmr Mlkahala, Tliompson, from
Kauai ports; 5150 bags sugar for W O
Thursday, Mar 0.
Stmr James Makec, Tullett, for
Kauai ports at 4 111
Stmr Nocau, I'odcrscn, for Hana-
mtuilu tit 4 p m
U S T 8 Ituanokc, Kliiston, for Ma
VE8SKL8 LEAVING TOMOMIOW.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Mnkawcll, Walmca ami Kokalia at 0
StmrHclene, Mactlonalti, for Kihei,
Lauimhochoc, Ooknlu nutl 1'apaloa at
4 ) in.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala,
Mr 9 Jutlgo and Mrs O F Hurt,
Mr Hart, Miss Hart, Mrs F Gay,
G A Davis and 22 nn deok.
From Knpp, por stmr James
Makee. Mar 9-E P Dole, Attor
The littlo steamer Iwa sails for
Oahu ports late this afternoon.
Tho O D Bryant got nway for
San Francisco yestorday after
Tho Transport Roanoko cot
away for Manila at about 2 o'clock
Tho I F Chapman and tho Ito-
boit Lowers will probably get
Thero is a big three-masted
ship off Koko Head. It has beon
not ascertained yet what she is.
Tho tngbnat towed tho schooner
Concord to sen this foronoon. As
tho two were passing out, tho
Concord threw a line to the Kau
ikoaouli and helped her out.
Fltlht an Amcrlcnn Girl.
Thore was trouble on the Am
erican Uirl luis morning. JLuo
mate, Adolph Anderson, and one
of tho Bailors, got into an altera
tion. The sailor did not tako
long to dooido what to do and,
jumping at the mate, beat his faco
vory badly, it has usually the
other way about on ships at this
port, but evidently, the sailor
Z ..J u . 11 - mi.JS
follow wiix put under arrest. On
account of the condition of tho
mate's faue, it is believed by some
that tb Hailor's fists wero not the
only things use.
Sailor Becoming Unruly.
Of lato, things havo been too
quiet along tho waterfront and so
tliero is now an epidomio of stub
bornness among the sailors of
some of tho vessels now in port,
leading to various charges ontercd
against them at the Police Station.
Ai rests are being made today of
men refusing duty. Tue V i
Babcock that sailed for Delawaro
Breakwater tho other day, signed
nine men from tho derelict Ed
ward O'Brion. Only four turned
up. The other fivo aro adrift in
the city and tho police are doing
their best to locato tho where
abouts of those follows.
rilti: EYTINUUIHHt.lt EXIIIUITIOK.
Near Brewer's wharf, at 1 p. ra.
tomorrow, thero will be ou exhibi
tion of the "Littlo Giant" Ore er
tiucuieher. It will be conducted
by T.J. King of the California
Foed Go. Ltd., the local agent.
The device is operated on
an entirely different prin
principle from artificial pressure
extinguishers. Groat claims aro
mado of its efficiouoy. Insurance
and business mon must take keen
interest in the forthcoming teBt,
before tueir oyes, ot its powers.
Next Sunday, March 12, 4th
Sunday of Lent, the Itev. Father
Oloment, of the Catholic Missiou,
will hold religious services in the
now Catbolio church at Marquos
ville (Punahou) as follows:
High Mass, 10: 30 a.m.
Solemn erection of the stations
of tho cross, 2 p. m.
A collection will bo mado for
tho noeds of tho now church.
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 op the Bio Shoe,
-33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
REPUBLICANS ARE REQUESTED
to attend a meeting In the Chamber of
Commerce hall at 7:50 o'clock this
(THURSDAY) evening for the purpose
of suggesting names for appointment
to the office of vice president for Ha
waii of the National Republican
League Clubs, made vacant by the
resignation of S. B. Dole, and National
Executive Committeeman, made vacant
by the resignation of Robert W.
The names selected will be sent to
ROBERT W. SHINGLE,
MJr Capturix a llananoy,
Henry Major who works in
Lowers & Cooke's mado a brave
capture of a runaway horse at
noon today. The frightened ani
mal was attached to a hack and
camo tearing down King street
when Majors jumped in and
climbing into tho front seat stop
ped tho frantic raoo of tho fricht-
ened animal just after it had
turned tho corner of Punobbowl
street. The timoly stopping of
tho rig saved it from any injury.
Martin's Trained Dogs!
Grand Amateur Night T
Reserved Scntti, 50c
General Admission, 25c
T. N. OTREMBA, '(
Wood Carving and Polishing."'
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
FORT STREET. HONOLULU. H. I
nd floor Honolulu Pltnlnc Mill. tin
TAKO PATCU FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1130 : : No. 210K KINCI ST.
NICE HOME AT KALIHI
MUST BE SOLDj
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
1, Farm at Hamakua $ 7,500
'a. 4 Lots at Maklkl 350a
74 acres land near town 6,000
4. H acre of land center of town 4.500
6, A 40-room Lodging House, n-year lease. 5,000
T. Large lot at Malklkl 10.000
8. :jj acres coffee land, Kona 3,ooo
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, H planted.... 6,000
10. Lot H acre near town 1,500
n. Corntrlot center of town.,, 0,500
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolitcc Lone, - Honolulu.