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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLOI.TJ, mh7i., MARCH 14,800.
" WHnFgl" W'A' r C 'S"r
JJuvo you cvr tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den. Hose? If not now is jnsttlio timo to do so
avo liiivo just received
s uid dollars worth of this fine hose, just 299 lengths.
This is the third shipment wo have had of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes tho way the last
ones liavo wo will have to havo another very soon.
If j on want tho hest hoso niado ask for Minera
lized, : :AT: :
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia nml llninblcr Agouti.
That Elegant Residence of TSios.
R. Lucas, Esq. , Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x290.
Consisting of large liouse with
I ouble Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
flath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room anil 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
ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street.
AWSTED IN SAN JUAN
Ohr.rlcs Bigelow, well known
h ii' n tho gouorul mauager of
ti." K kipon medicine show is
in tHu again, having coiuoalmoBt
dip .it from Sun Juun iu Porto
Ivi'o. 'i Hire tho Spanish lawa are
b i' in loret, although tho United
&3 ittOH h is uoutrol. While thfro,
llr. l"goiow bad nn experience
i!.t u'll linger in bis memory for
pinny d'lya to come. Tho story a9
Lh 'l'IIh it is substantially as follow-:
' I took 0110 of our companies to
Fan Juan and,aftor uoiog through
tlir ii unary formalities with tlio
tdcuM. autl otbor authorities,
S'm'M in with thu work. It was
no n;tg hofore I was arrested,
the ah iree being made that some
of our medicine laid poisoned a
mini I insisted on Boeiug the
nii'itiry authorities. Captain
DiviMh in, while he saw that some
Ihi'Ht whs wrong, advised rae to
have the island. This I refused
to do and, hiring a detectivp, set
out to nift the thing to tho bottom
"I f'jund that n druggist was
Uin one who had trumped up tho
ohiiryo against mo aud that tbe
name of Michael Ghriht, a man
h was nu a sproa on the other
tide f tho island, was on tbe
xntint as complainant.
'Tho schemers became fright
ii"l whon they saw I meant to
in,.; trouble, and chanced the
cb n fo that it read 'mkinc a
iiifin ill' instead of 'poisoning.' I
tho 1 decided to bring suit and tho
iltiij'ist backed down entirely,
irmi6iuc to muko a ptiblio re
traction if 1 would drop proceed
ings. This I agreed to.
"More trouble folloncd. It was
tho order of the ollieiuls that I
biro a druggist, a doctor with a
diploma from one; of the Spanish
coiVues, nnd that I carry a drua
Morn. All thero I complied with,
but when they ordored me to turn
ovrtr my medicmeB to tho iioard
of Delegate!) for examination, I
caw that they weie instituting a
form oE persi ontion nnd so, flatly
refused to do anything more. I
. m nt to tl.e Secretary of Stale, Mr.
J; vicra, wtio oiud that I Dad his
ful ."onn'-eion tn proceed with
iii business. I did not ttop here
,lmt wuD.t t General Henry, tho
military Governor, who took my
cot'O in hand and told me to pro-
por "jLoana" over u tlum-
coed, issuing au order to that
elToct. After that, tbe Spanish
authorities did not molest me.
"You have no idea what Gen
oral Honry ha to cope with in
Porto ltico. The people have
bepu kept in ignornnce fur so loug
lhat it requires tho strictest kind
of disciplino to preserve law aud
order. Imagine a pluco where tho
children are allowed by law to go
uaked on tbe streets until ten
ypnrs of age. This is exactly
what you havo in Porto llico.
''The natives, such as Mr.
Riviera, uro fiuo specimens and
their hatred ofuha Sp niards is
genuine. For Amorion they
cherish the greatest respect and
tbauk Undo Sam daily for lifting
tho yoko of the dorainoariug
Spaniards from tboir necks."
Sacramento, March 4. Tho
soveuty-first ballot for U. 8. Sen
ator taken at noon today showed
no chance in the senatorial dead
lock. Jesse D Grant received a
vote from from tho minority. It
is understood that the Democrats
will give him a complimentary
vote on Monday. Tho vote today
as follows: Barnes, 22; Esteo, 1;
Burna, 21; Grant, 25; Scott, 5;
Devrios, (D ) 1; Kosonfeld, (D.)
2: Whito, (D.) 12; Phelan, (D.) 3;
McNnb, (D) 12; Jesso D. Graut,
TUOOPS toil HONOLULU.
ItvKuluri Will He Hent Mr the Local
Wtisbinton, March i. It has
boon dpcided at the War depart
ments not to send tho one Hold
officer and four companies of the
21th infantry ut Forts Douglas
aud llaeBL'll, to Honolulu for the
present, as proposed in yesterday's
ordure. The probability is that
soino otbor troops not yet selected
will be sent to tho islands.
Crltlcot Hnil Football,
Manager Smith of tho Soamau's
Olub is trying to get up a cricket
team to face the local willow
wieldors from among tho mer
chant marine in port.
The Garonuo is a fixture for
furuiahint either a cricket or a
football tt'arn whenever sbo visits
There will be a meeting of the
H. 0. 0. public entortainment
coramitteo at Judge Stanley's
bouse this evening.
lfSp3'',',' '" ''' column mil It InnrltJ altfcinlt
)'W a Itntfiril inttrtton; to eentt teconJ inltr
Hon; jo tenlt t uvA and 50 unit a month. Hit it tbt
ctiaf'il adtrllilng tvtr offtrtd Utftofli of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dlslnfrcllne
Machine rut In your clout or cesspool, una
live sickness. California Teed Co.,Atents. 1069
CTRAYtD-A BUCK MULE branJed J, V (with
- squire bo ) I Inier will be suitably rewarded
by rcturnlnc to J. M. VIVAS. nCS-tr
I OST Thursday or TrlJay nlsht a LaJIcs Illack
L. UrocaJeJ Silk Cipe lined with slk somewhere
between Queen and Kukul streets and Kallhl. Return
to Ilullclln Office and receive reward. nM-iw
I OST Ladles Open-face Gold Witch.
L. "N, II," In lartre letters nn the back
Please return lo Wlchman's, and
WILL OWNERS Or COLUMIHA MO0EL 49
UICYCI.L, left at Maklkl Grocery Store, please
call and get same at once and riy storage.
Illcclc will be used If not called for In lin days.
pOlND"Keno"blC'cle, Ownercan havebvcall-
- Ing at Port Surveyor's office. ii66-iwt
POUND Pouch containing Tllcvcle outfit 0rer
can have same by calling at the Evening Ilullclln
office and paving expenses
WANTED flse Messenger llovs, at ome.
American Messenger iervlce. corner lie
American Alessenrer Service, corner Unlet jinj
WANTED Mr. E Pierce, at present and for msny
.years past ttookkeerer tor MamiiUiis Atltl C.i .
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Roal Nicer Co Reference: Messrs Tlico, II.
Dailes& Co., Ltd., Honolulu, ti6i-im
UANTED Torurcha.eforcash, USED IIAVVA
VV MAN TOSTAGU STAMPS. 10 of each value.
Al DAVIS,e7ShuterbtAlontreal,Canada nj6-im
-THE PUDLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asslum. and otVr nubile Instltutlnns. use nnr
Chloro-Napllioleum wlih great success. California
Iced Co., Agents.
TO LFT Two large airy, well furnished rooms lo
nnt. Inquire jo6 Punchbowl street, .164. tw
TO LET New cottage of eight rooms In College
street off Wilder ascnue Apply to W. M Cun
ningham, favorite )aloon, or his residence, College
E RENT theWest DISINFECTING MACHINE'S
a.ld keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. 1060
COR SALE-Cholce UUDDED NAVTL ORANGE
T TRELS. Address HAWAIIAN I RUIT AND
PLANT CO , P. O. Ilox 767. Honolulu. ii6j-iw
FOR SALE Cheap, a Blcscle Merry-Go-Round,
Carries 16 passengers; riders furnish the power;
one rl 'er can propell It. I or full psrtlculars enquire
at UAtLEYS HONOLULU CYCI LUY, 9)1 King St.
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40.
Apply "S," Hulletln Office. ujl-im.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred t the thoroughbred sire of the
W. 0, Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. ii)i-lf
RR SALE-One SHIPMAN I NGINE In rOcl
urder. Apply tu II. G. Hlart, Fort St. noj-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Ucrgstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 1007
DEST sscent meal In town.
Trv It and be eon-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
IK CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LUflCH M$.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprlotor.
Executor's Sale of Real
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under and pursuant to an order issued out
of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
In the Estate of Manuel A. Barete, de
ceased, I am directed by Antonio Richard,
Executor of said Estate, in pursuance of
said order, to sell at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, on Monday, the
10th day of April, 1809, at 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, In the city of Honolulu, all and sin
gular that certain piece or' parcel of land
situate at Kallhl, Honolulu aforesaid, and
being a portion of Royal Patent 3546, L. C.
A. 10498, and more particularly described
as follows : Commencing N. VV. comer of
this land and running N. 510 oo' E. 148
feet along Kahaulkl; N. 8?" 00' E. 3j6feet
along Railroad: S. io" 30' W. 566 feet along
W. L. Wilcox; N. 32" 00' E. 490 feet along
W. L. Wilcox to Initial point. Area 3 3-10
TERMS CASH I Deeds at expense of
purchaser, and sale subject to confirmation
by the Circuit Uourt of Hrst Ulrcult.
For further particulars apply to CECIL
BROWN, Attorney for the Executor.
uated Honolulu, marcn 1411
ulu, March 14th. 1809.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Merrliim Director of Census.
"Washington, March 4. Tho
President uominnted William It.
Merriara, of Minnesota, to bo di
rector of the census.
A tolephone message from Wai
nhole states that tho rocput heavy
ruins had mado tho Pali road
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Slfrnnl Station, Mar
11, J p m weather linzy, wlntl light
Weather Bureau, Putmhou. Mar 14.
Temperature Mornlnir minimum,
70; Midday ninxlmum, 81).
(Darometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
Barometer, Oam, 30.10. Steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00. Yesterday 1.08.
Humidity nt 0 a in 72 percent.
Dow l'oliit 00 F.
Monday. Mar 13.
UST8 Valencia, Lane, from Han
X' ran ci SCO.
Tuesday, Mar 14.
Stmr Milium Lou, HIiiilthoii, from
Maul n ml Hawaii port; GS07 bugs
sugar, 87 bags colli1?, 27 lid cattlo nud
ju uuis nines.
Monday, Mar 13.
Am schr Oceania Vance, Aukers
ftir San Francisco.
Tuesday, Mar 14.
Stmr Walaleale, Qreen, for Klla-
uea at 4 p m.
Stmr Kauai, llruhn, for Lnhalna
and Kaauapall at 4 p 111.
Stmr Khiiui. Clarke, for Maul anil
Hawaii ports nt 3 p m.
StmrCIauilhie, Cameron, for Maul
porlH, ut 6 p 111.
Stmr WO Hall, Ilajrliind, for Na
wlllwlll, Huimmaulu, Koloa, Kleelu
autl Htinnpi'po uto p in.
Am sulir Annie M Cinnnliell. Fretl-
berg; for ban Francisco
U S Tugboat Iroquois, Font), for
Htmi Kilohaun, Thompson, for Ka
Tho Iwalani should bo in from
Tho Jano L Stanford has fin
ished discharging aud is out in
If there has beon good weather
on Kauai today, the Noeau nnd
Koauhou will be in from Kauai
The Annie M Campbell sailed
for San Francisco with a full enrrjo
of sugar today. Tho Ocoania
Vnnce sailed for the samo port
with sugar yesterday.
Iroquois Gooil Work
Lientouant Pond, commander
of tho Iroquois, says that an after
noon paper, sponking of tbo fire
in the coal of Ilia McNo'ir, made
tbo statement that tho froquois
arrived after tho Eleu Whilo this
was Ptrictly tho truth, it might
give the impression that tho Iro
quois waB mow. As a matter of
fact, tho Elou keep steam on nt
all times whilo tbe Iroquois doos
not. Tho report of tho tiro rench
od the big tugboat at about 5
o'clock Sundny tificmbon. Lieut.
Fond and twenty mon wore in at
teudauce at Ptincoss Kaiuluui's
funeral but the otbor hurried mat
ters aud tho commander iot
aboard a liltlo late. At 7 o'clock
the Iroquois was along side tbo
McNoar. This was extremely
quick work, considering tho cir
cumstances. Five streams wore
kept goiug nnd by 9:30 o'clock,
fOU tons bnd beon pumped into
Iriuola to llllo.
Tbo U S Tucboat Iroquois,
Pond commander, sailed for Hilo
this forenoon, tho object being to
iudulgo in sea target practice for
tho men who, as yet, have had no
practico. The Iroquois lak s Spe
cial Agent Sowoll oud Mnjor
Langfit as passengers to Hilo.
Oaptain Pond oxpocts to got back
by Sunday. The Iroquois will
not be pushed but will raako about
11 knots. On her trial trip, she
made something over 1G.
Konu-Knu Packet In.
Tho Maun a Loa arrived at 2
p m today. Purser Tuft reports as
follows: "Cleaned out Honuapo;
4000 bags at Punaluu; a lot of rain
aud rough weather alone Kau
coast; could not land last of Puna
luu freight until Sunday afternoon;
took sugar from there until leav
ing timo; 11,000 H 8 Co and 73,.
COO P 8 M sugar left; 13 inches of
ram at Haraakua during last week;
Iwnlnni is working whenover it
lots up for a littlo; Volcano sooms
to bo very active.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
per stmr Mauna Jjob, Murob 14 1
lroil Angus, Mr Winchester, J 13
Sullivan, J A O'Sallivan, A Mc
Carthy, J J O'Brien, Mr nnd Mrs
Spraguo, Mrs Q N Willett, Miss
Anita Meyor, Mrs H Tildon, Mrs
I L Voorman, A E Kaisor, F
Boomnr. 0 Graham, Dr Rico,
S Letser, A Lindsay,
ut ueruy, a Dornnndtz, J Hraith
and son, J II Paris, P Almoida,"W
W Hall, J S Emerson,
W H Greonwoll, Mary Kauka,
Mr Marukawa, Mr Berg, Mrs
McKongue, Mr Olesnn aud 11G
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
I overshadowed by bigger ones.
OUR LINE IS
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 YOD 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 I3ia Shoe,
' AUCTIONEER AND
-33 Queen Street
Hy order of C. IJItKWER it CO., LTD.,
I will kuII nt Public Auction, at my talos
room, 33 Quoon Btroot,
SATURDAY, March IStli,
AT10 O'CLOCK A.M.,
(To close consignments) a full lino of
Eastern - built Phaetons,
Surreys, Express Wagons, and
JAS. I MORGAN,
Arrival Bud Departure.
Arrivals March 2. nnlir nnriin
Minor, 8 P from Honolulu; sclir
Oharlcs Hanson, Euroka to load
for Honolulu; bk WQollabrn, Eu
rekft from Honolulu; S S Coptic,
Yokohama from Honolulu; TrnnB.
port Morfiftu CJity, Manila from
Honolulu; Maroh a, hklno Kliki
tat, Port Townsond frara Hono
lulu; Transport Bonntor, Mnnila
from Honolulu; Maroh 4, bk
Harry Morse, Astoria from Hono
lulu. Departures Mnrob 2, sohr A M
Baxter, Everolt fsr Honolulu; 8 8
Warrimoo, "Wellinotou, N Z. for
Honolulu; March 3, echr W F
Jewott, Port Gamble for Hono
lulu; Maroh4,SS Morning 8tnr,
S F for Micronesia, via Hono
lulu, bktno Irrogard, S F for
Honolulu; echr Mary Dodge, 8 F
for Hnna via Kahului; bktno
Amelia, Clallam Boy for Hono
lulu; Maroh 5. bk Alden Hesse
and brig J D Spreckels, 8 F for
J. F. POST..
JIM POST AND MAY ASHLEY !
MISS DORA MERVYN !
( ' Soprino.
BOYD AND ORO, Specialists!
Martin's Trained Dogs!
Reserved Scats, BOc
General Admission, i!5c
On King Street.
The Property. I
A Bargain tor
One Who Desires
Fqr particulars apply to
1121 No. 310 Fort St.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co 's
Jt No. 8J4 King street, Honolulu, H.I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
Tel. 75 1 O. Box q
Contractor and BuilderJ
House Movlnc, nnj all Kinds of Heavy Weights
NO. 6u TORT STREET. HONOLULU.
(Opposite Club Subles).
Residence Telephone 490. 1167-tf
t. Turn at HmUua S 7,500
. 4 Lots t .Maklkl J 5o
7M cres land near town 6,000
4. i acre of land center of town 4,500
6. A 4o-room Lodtlnz House, is.year lease. 5.000
7. Largo lot at .Malklkl 10,000
8. 17J acres coffee land. Kona ,ooo
9. it acres coffee land, Kona, )i planted,... 6,00a
to. Lot H aero near ton, 1,50a
ti. Corner lot center of town ., 8.500
For further particulars apply to 1
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolficc Lane, - Honolulu.
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