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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAHCH 10, 1899.
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Have you over tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? If not now is just tlio tinio to do si
us m o liiivo just received per "Monna" over a tliou
s.uid dollars wortlrof this lino hose, just 2i)() lengths.
wU s.md dollars W(
ttj This is tho th
M ncralized H
hird shipment ami have had of Mi-
Hose and if
ones have wo Avill havo to
SLf jou Avant tho host hose made ask for Mi lie Pa.- m
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd, I
fa Oox. Fort and Kins Sts. K
fc Columbia nml ltninbler Agoiits. El
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x200.
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Hath, 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.
Foreign 0?i'ice Notice.
The funeral obsequies of the late Princess
Kalulani will take place from Kau.ilahao
church on Sunday, 12th Inst., at 2 o'clock
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs March
ORDER OF PROCESSION
FUNERAL OF THE LATE
Marshal of the Republic and Officers,
Company of Police.
St. Louis College.
St. Andrew's Priory.
St. Antonio Beneficente Society.
Socledade Lusltanla Benehcente.
Aha Hua Kalalalnt.
Aha Hul Aloha Alna.
Aha Hul Aloln Alna O tu Wahlne.
Major Commanding and Aides.
Se:ond Bitalllon U. S. Volunteer Engi
neers. Detachment of Blue Jackets, from U. S.
S. Scandhand Iroquls.
First Reeiment Nation tl Guard of Ha
Clercv of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Right Reverend the Bishop of Pa
The Right Reverend the Bishop of
JLI ' s
Carriage w 1th Hon. A. S. Cleghorn
- an 1
Mm. J. W. Robertson anl Atrs. J.
it oes tho way the last
havo anothor very soon.
Consisting of large house with
Carriage of the ex-Queen Lllluokalanl.
Cirrlage of Her Majesty the Queen
Prince Kaw ananakoa, Prince Kalanlanaole
The President and Staff.
The Cabinet Ministers.
The Justices of the Supreme Court.
1 he Special Agent of the United States.
Officers U. S. Army and Navy.
. President of the Senite:
Speaker of the House.
Consular Corp 5.
The procession will form at 1:30 p,
Sunday, Atarch 12, on King street.
The line of procession preceding
Catafalque will be formed on King street,
with the right resting on Richards street.
All who follow will form on the Walklkl
side of Punchbowl street.
The procession will proceed along King
street to Alakea, thence by Alakea and
Emma streets to Vineyard street, Vineyard
street to Nuuanu, thence to the Royal
All attending the funeral In carriages
are respectfully requested to furnish cards
to their coachman In order that positions
may be assigned to them.
Procession will be under the direction of
Major G. C. Potter, of the President's
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Hono
lulu, Atarch 10th, 1899. M9$-2t
Office at the Hiwallan Chine w News Co ',
. .. .No. 8tf King stntt, Honolulu. II. I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation Li
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptlyn short notice.
'I his Agency fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency beiore sending tnem to Its patrons.
Tel 7j (. O. Box 974
Jose' He Bsiirito Mos,
Corner King and Alakea Sis., Honolulu,
Ouitars, : UlciiloleH,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES
Workmanship and material guaranteed. Repairing
1164 a special!)
Are yon in search of anything? "j Jt
ruivc yuii iuol aiiyiiuui
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
VJfpa.Xcl in Iht column vnlt he InurltJ ol 1 fetal)
MWU Jlintfinl inltrtien; to eenll uconJ Inttr.
Hon, JO etntl a o it k mi o tttill month. 7 Hi U Itl
tfaptst aJvtiUuitf ttr cjtrt I Ibt ftoplt of Honolulu.
UEWANT YOU TO HAVBa West Dlstnfectlne
" Machine put' In your closet or cesspool, ani
save sickness. California Feed Co .Agents. 1069
TO LET Tuolirce ilr, well furnlshoJ rooms to
1 rent. Inquire 300 Punclibou I street., noVtw
TO I TT New collage of eight rooms In College
1 street off WllJer avenue Apply toW M C-un-nlngham,
Favorite saloon, or his residence. College
UE RENT the West DlSINfECTINC! MACHINES
vv and keen them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co , Agents,
COR SAlE-hotce UUDDrt) NAVEL ORANGE
T THLES. Address HAWAIIAN I HINT AND
PLANT CO , P. O. Hox 767. Honolulu n6)-tw
FOR SALE Cheap, Dlcscle MerryGo-Round.
Carries 16 passengers, riders furnish the powers
one rMer can propell It lor full pirtlculirseniulre
at UAII LY ! HONOLULU C CLl R i , i King St
FOR SALI Plymouth Rock and Brown Leghorn
Roosters Newl) Imported from the Coast, 40
Maklkl street, aboe Wilder Avenue iijq-iw
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply S," Ilulletln Office. iisj-tm.
OPPORTUNITY TOR DAIRYMEN l-hland-bred
dairy stock, bred tu the thoroughbred sire of tho
W G. Irwin dtlry I or further particulars In lulre of
C W Macfailane. niftl
CORSALE-One SIIII'M ENGINE In perfect
r order. Apply to II G Ulart. Tort St. noftf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal lias REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence, llergvtrom
Music Co , I ort street. 1007
EST 5 cent meal In town Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd bxcelslor Kestaurant. 1041.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
TO t LT Pleasant furnishid front room, with board.
ulihMlii!, Iimlk healthful and rnnvrnfenlloca
Hon, halt block from Nuusnu cirs wholesome home
cooking' $u tor two persons, St for one. Apply to
01 , at tne iiuiienn omce nw iw
WANTED FUe Messenger Bo, at once Apply
An erlcsn Messineer Service corner Hotel and
Alakea Streets, tf
WANTED Mr F Pierce, at present and for irnny
car past llookkeiper for Hamakui Mill Co ,
and Kiikalau Mill Cn , desires an appointment. Was
tormerK for A long period chief accnunMnt to the
Roal Niger Co Reference Messrs Then. II.
Davles &. (.0 , Ltd , Honolulu. n6i-im
WEIL RECOMMENDED HOUSEKEEPER
WANTED. Aprl attlilsoflice n6i-tf
ANTED-To purchase for cash, USED HAWA
IIAN TOSTAtib STAMPS, to of eachsaiue.
M DAVIS. 87 Shuterbt.. Montreal, Canada 1156-im
THE PUIILIC TO KNOW that the St Louis Col-
lege. St Andrewj Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asslum. and other public Institutions use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
heed Co , Agents, lobo
ASS-HOOK LOST. Pass Book out. In favor
of Wm. Crawford, has been lost. Finder will
receive suitable reward bv leaving same at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. noj-tf
PUND Pouch containing Ulcvcle outfit. Owner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses
LAWYER AND FIGHTER.
Cntitnlit of tlio Utah Light Artillery a
Grmidsoii of Xlrlcliain Youuc.
Captain Richard V. Young of tbo
Utah lif$bt artillery, whoso batteries
did Mich brilliant work nt tho battlo of
Mnlutc, near Mmiiln, is u KrantlEon of
I3riKh.uu Youiik. tho latu Mormon
prophet. Captain Voting in n grntlunto
of Wcbt Polut, mid after leaving that
irrtitution was nssignctl to duty in tbo
artillery brauiu of tho reRitlar army.
Ho becamo nil expert artillerist, but
concluded tlutt tuo cliauccs for ever
gaining distinction mid promotion wrro
fow in that honicu. bolio took n courso
nt tho Columbia. Law school in New
York mid fitted himself tocngngoin tho
legal ncthiticti of army life. Ho wna
fciicccfisful in this now field nud was
stationed for 801110 tinio on Go,ornors
island as judgo ndvocito of tho depart
ment of tho east whilo General Hancock
CArtAiN iticiiAiti) w. yCNo.
was in command. Ho was culled upon
to proseouto Bovoral important eases.
Ho also wroto 11 pamphlet on tho iiho of
military in tho uuppreHuIon of mobs.
This attracted no little attention uud
has been accepted as n btauilurd.
Bovoral years ago Captain Young re
signed from tlio army uud returned to
Bait Lnko City, whiro ho built up a
good legal practice. When the wai
with Spain brnko out, ho was asked til
arcopt command of tho two batterioe of
Utah artillery which wore recruited
liOQU after tho first call, and thus bo
found himself n captain of oluntocrs.
During tho delay in bending troops to
tho Philippines Captain Young hail
plenty of opportunity to drill his men,
and tho result was recently thown in
their proficiency and gallantry whllo
undor Spanlbh flro iicar Manila.
' I I III"'
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh, page.
Dianiontl Head SI
10, 1 p 111 Weather
iL'iml btatlon, Mar
r liay, wind llirlit
Weather Bttrenu, l'uiialioii, Mar 10.
Temperature Morning liiliiliiimii,
01 Midday niaxlniuii), 80.
(Darometer corrected for gravity- ,66 )
Barometer, 0 a in, OO.OJ. Steady.
ItalnfAll. do, ll.OO.
Humidity nt 0 n m TO percent.
Dow Point 07 F.
IlrHli)Carnc(lil Llewellyn, Griflltlis,
111 diivs from Liverpool; 12101 tons
general niercliaiiiliso to T II Davles &
Friday, Mar 10.
I' M S3 China, Seabury, from China
Jp 8 tf Shliislilu Maru, llriuly, from
Frltluy, iIor 10.
Stmr Mlhiilinln, Thompson, for
Miiluiwell, Walmea nnd Kokaha at 5
Stmr Helene, Mneiloiinlil, for Klhel,
Ltuipalioohoe, Ooktiln and Tiipaloa nt
1 p in.
V M S S China, Henhury, for Sun
Fiaiielsco nt5 p in.
Tho Kinshiu Maru will loavo
lliiii port for Seattle via Vnncouvor,
D 0., ou March 11, nt 12 o'clock
Tho schoonpr Aloha finished
disclmrginR her cargo of gotipral
morclmiidiso this morning. uo
is now ready to take on sugar.
Tho II P Rithot will he dne
here iu n hw days now. She sail
ed from Shu Fruucisco, Fob 20.
The Ilithot has among hor prin
cipal shipmouts, tho following:
287 bbls Hour, -15 cs canned goods,
1500 cs coal oil, 30 bis bags, 23
tons fertilizer, 315 oils corn, 375
balcAandlGl tons hay, GOOO lbs
meals, 150 ells oats, 400 sks mid
dlings, 5145 ska bran, 15 pkus
ptiuts anil nils, i cs fuse, 11,0U
lbs coal, 108,000 bricks, 10 cs
hardware, 28 nkp-a machinery, 135
ctls wheat, 375G ctls barley, 2 cs
coap, 100 bbls luno, 15 horses.
ICdsvnnl O'llrlen Nnin.
The captain of the dorelict Ed
ward O'Brion will loivo for tho
States in tho Australia, having
settled all of his business here.
There is not a bit of coal loft iu
tho dcreliot. All this 1ms been
washed out and is now at tho bot
tom of tho spa. Some of the chain
of the O'Brien is aboard tho Ro
Death mi Ilia A. J, Fuller.
Thos Doylo, seaman on A J
Fuller, foil from aloft Jan 7, and
was iiiBtautly killed. In tho fall
tho man broko his neck ono arm,
both legs and fractured his skull.
He was buried at sea the day after
tho accident. Tho dead man was
25 years of age and a nativo of
Galloway, Ireland. Brief men
tion was ni'ulo of this in tho Bul
letin whi u tho ship arrived.
l-initd $10 anil Toali.
The cauo of Charles Oharsprcn
for assault and battory on Adolph
Johnson, mato of tho American
Girl, camo up in tho polico court
this foronoon. The mato had the
Captain and sailing master of tho
ship as his witnesses while tho
sailor had three of tho crew. Tho
former's witnesses said the sailor
struck the first blow whilo the
witnesses or tho latter swore that
tho mate was tbo aggressor. At
all events, the defendant wrb
found guilty and fined $10 and
costs. Tbo mato presented a sad
appearanco but, from his size, he
should havo been 'able to protect
himself in better shapo. Tho
sailor is a Bmall man.
The following passencprs are
booked to loavo for San Francisco
in tho China this afternoon: Mrs
Oheney, Mrs Meyers, Mr and Mrs
T Wright, Mr and Mrs 0 E King,
Miss lung, U W Arnold, Miss Lily
Fless, Mrs J M Oat, Mr and Mrs
R E Strahorn, F A Lewis, Mr and
Mrs 0 E Graham and daughter,
Miss 0 L Turner, Mrs S D Alex
ander, Miss A Aloxander, Miss
M Alexander, W D Alexandor Jr
and Borvant, Dr L R Wobster,
Miss B Fanning, W F Waterhouso
ana wife, J a. 1 labor, wife and
daughter, S Greonebaum and son,
Dr and Mrs Walters, Dr K Fut-
horor, Ernest Cooke, Dr Andor
son, Mr Higbeo, H H Garter, Mr
Hoffman, 0 D Harden and wife,
D G Harden, wifo and daughter,
W E Brown and wife, Mrs.L S
Miller and maid, Mrs Ashwood
and three children, Mrs Theo
Hoffman, Mr Cooko and wife, AS
Humphreys, W F Wheatley, Jos
B Castlo, H L E Meyer, Mr Hon-
ston, wifo and six ohildren and 2G
in tbo stoerago
Of the very best grades of new nnd 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 aad see for yourself, nnd If your TIME Is
valuable you cuinot 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 thh Bkj Siion,
tt Port street.
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n THE OATS BEINSPOnSTED lSUr1
IH1 HKBNU a AMfLr UN1NU i WltiKVr;''limn.M
lHILt J!LL DTHIH BKJIHDS USE I , '"SUVKi;.it;i'
STEAMED. THE ROASTING?
GIVES t PECUUAK
-33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
Trespassing Not Allowed.
Notice Is hereby given that all trespass-
ing upon me lanus or tne undersigned, i:
forbidden: and anv nerson. man. woman
or child found fishing, shooting, hunting,
or cutting and taking taro tops and taro
from these lands without written permis
sion from themndersigned. will be prosecu
ted to the fullest extent of the law.
WING TA1 CHONG,
i xm i
KnVi rU li.r i-ii-i U3fMN
v - vie. KrraorK- i
fcoflsx.sAiM FRANir.i.qr.n ca
J WIMl - 1 -I VIV VWIW I
T. V. KINO.
P. POST. AWNAGfcR
Martin's. Trained Dogs I-(
The California Nightingale!
Grand Amateur Night!
Reserved Scnts, 50c
Gcnci-Jil Admission, U5c
NICE HOME AT KAL1H1
MUST BE SOLD,
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
I, Farm at llamakua , S ''5
a. 4 Lots at Makllcl ISM
J. il acres lanj near town 6'
4. M cr of lanj center of town 4.SM
. SOLD. t
6. A 4o-room Lodjlnt House, ia-year lease. 5,000
1. Laree lot at Malklkl .
8. 175 acreicoflee land, Kona., J-000
9. 5 cre coffee land, Kona, H rln,eJ 6,ooa
10, Lot i acre near town '.S00
II. Corner lot center of town 0 500
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Poetoltlcc Lane, - Honolulu.