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JUST LAMPED, EX CARMEDD LLEWELYH,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
llavo you over h-icd Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? If not now is justtlio tiuio to do s
i .ts wo luivo just received
,uid dollars worth of this fine lios1, just 200 lengths.
I his is tho third shipment wo havo hud of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes tho way tho hist
ones have we will linvo to hnvo another very soon.
If vou want tho host lioso ni.ule ask for Minera-
: :AT: :
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agonta.
FOR SALE !
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x290,
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
fe.ith, 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.
KOCIXrV ANI Mill. 8KWAI.L.
Tho San Francisco Call of thp
7)!i Fnyn: Mr. Harold Sewnll
him boon tho pivot around which
iutert-btd of 11 social naturo havo
revolved duriuR the week, numer
01H onterlaiiiuienta huviu been
given liar in order to make pleas
tut herviBit to her old homo.
Ono of the most clrirtninR of
lh nlTHirs given in hpr bouor wbb
thu luncheon wtiioh .Mrs, Uowuey
Harvey gave at her imidenco on
Pnoitio avenue lnt Tuo?day.
Thouo invited to meet Mrs. Sowall
vor: Mrs Hornet Ulnnohard
Cjii-iO, Mrs Jack Cuoniujjunin,
AlrH Blounttord ubju, Jura W
Alnyo Newhall, Mr-" Rudolph
fipreckels, Mrs Mollullin-Belvin,
Mrr Jlobert Nutlall. Mrs Robert
Oxnurd, Mrs Chuuucoy R Wins
low, Mrs McLaren, Miaa Catbo
riui Clement and Miss Smith.
Un Wedoesday evening Mrs
Sowall was again the guest of
bouor at a theater party at tho
Orphtiuru, given by Mr and Mra
Horace Blanchard Chase. The
others ontoitained were: Mr and
I1I1 5 Timothy Hopkins, Miss Kohl,
Frnk Mtohaols and imager juiz-
Cuny Mill X'o'cla lilt fail.
Harrishurg, Pa., Miroh 9.
lho forty-fourth ballot tor uoiieu
g ntes Sonator taken today ro
cu tod: Quay, 93; Jenka, 75;
Pilzel1, 19; B-oue, 4; (Stewart, 7;
J,un,f;Uii.T, 7; U'o , ; lviter,2;
'Mat Ida, 1; fiiw 1; Smith, 1;
V . Iunr, 3; Tubbj, I. Total vote,
223. Necessary to ohoicp, 112.
por "Moaiui" over a thou-
Consisting of large house with
imlQIITKIt DAYS KOIlS KIPMNU.
llu Nosr RCemi to Da on tils Illifli Itoail
Now York, Maroh 9. Rudyard
Kipling continues to make steady
progress toward recovery. His
sleep isbetter and more refresh
ing lastingBOveral hours at a timp.
Ella braiti power is still impaired
but that is only a temporary con
dition resulting from extreme
Only ono nurao remained in
Mr. Kipling's room last night
and thoro was no call for her ser
vicer. Mr. Kipling was roraoved today
to another room in the hotel. The
now room is much larger and haa
a more cheerful outlook. It is
honed the chaneo will do him
good. He is much improved and
took a breakfast of boot tea, oys
ters audogq-. Little Elsio is sit
ting up in bed hud is on tho high
road to recovery.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
received per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrlmoj" a consignment of Australian
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE at
the Market, King street. 1 1 70
EVENING BULLETIN i HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 10,
JVj5j,WA. In Ibti column ttill bi InnrllJ allfetnh
)u2 a lint first Inuilionj to etntl liconj inllr.
nun; u rrn.j a ucn ana 50 ctnn a rnonlp. ittt If ID
cbtafttl aJvtrtiilng mr offtrtj tbt fiofU of Honolulu
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
" Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
save ilcknesi. California Teed Co .Agents. 1069
BOARD AND ROOMS.
NICMY lUHNISIIED KOOM In rr.i(e family
WITH HOARD and every home comfort. Cars
pass the door eety (ew minutes Terns moderate,
Apply 51J lleretanla street, next City Teed Store.
FON KTNT Two new cottages of seven rooms,
porcelain paths and pitent W C. Iteady for
occupancy April 1st Situated deslrst-ly at Makrkl.
I or 1 irtlcutars aprlv to J. II. CUMMINGS.
40J Maklkl street above Wilder A enue. 1 160-iw
O LET Two large airy, well furnished rooms to
rent, inquire 300 runcnoowi street. 1104MW
TO LET New cottage of eight rooms In College
street off Wilder avenue. Appiy to W, M. Cun
ningham, Fat orlte saloon, or his residence. College
E RENT the West DISINfECTINO MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a sma I monthly
rental, California Teed Co , Agents. 1064
CTRAYLD-A ULACK MULE branded J. V (with
J square above ) I Inder will be suitably rewarded
by returning to J M. VIVAS. 1168-tf
I OST Thursdiy nrTrldiv night a ladles tllack
1-. Itroraded Silk Cape lined with silk, somewlieri;
tctoecn Queen and K'ukul .treetsand Kalllil. Return
to liulletln Office and receive reward. 1168-iw
I OST Ladles Open-face Gold Witch. Monogram
- "N II ' In Urge letters nn the bick Lost Sat
urday afternoon Please return to Wlchman's and
receive reward n6Ttf
II L OWNLKS Or COLUMH1A MODFL 49
U CYCLE, left at Maklkl Grocery Stote please
rnll and get snm at once and piy storage.
Ilkycle wlilbeuvd If not called for In ten davs.
POUND Pouch containing Olcvcle outfit. 0ner
I can hive sime by calling t the Evening Dulletln
office and paying expenses.
WANTrD rie Messenger Hoys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, corner Hotel and
Alakea Streets. iid-tf
XANTED Mr. E Pierce, at present and for miny
' sears pait Bookkeeper for Hamakul Mill Co .
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
tormtriv lor n long penoj cinei accountant 10 trie
Royal Niger Co Reference: Messrs Theo. II.
Davles &. Co , Ltd , Honolulu. ti6t-im
ANTEI)-To purchase for cash, USED HA WA
VY HAN TOSTAGE STAMPS, le of each value.
M DAVIS,8TShuterSt.,Montreal,Canada 1156-im
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that thesT Louis Col
I lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asvlum. and other public Institutions, use our
Chlnro-Naptholeum with great success. California
1 eed Co , Agents. 1004
COR SALE-Cholce BUDDED NAVEL ORANGE
r TREfS. Address HAWAIIAN TRU1T AND
PLANT CO , P O. Box 767, Honolulu. ii6)-iw
FOR SALE Cheap, a Illcvcte Merry-Go-Round,
Carries 16 passengers, riders furnish the power:
one rl er can propeil It I or full particulars enquire
at BAILLY S HONOLULU CYCLERY, it King St.
PR SALE A handsome Japanese screen (or $40.
Apply "S," Ilullttln Office. 11 j)-im.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENl-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred 1 1 the thoroughbred sire of the
W, G, Irwin dairy. I or further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfatlane. nt-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart, Fort St. noftf
TWO-MANUALand Pedal nass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergttrom
Music Co , Fort street. 10(7
BEST sj cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Oluinoml Heat Signal Btutlon, Mar
Id. 1 p in Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Mar 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
02; Midday maximum, 80.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
Barometer, 0 a in, 30.00. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.0(1.
Humidity at 0 a m TO percout.
Dow Point 05 K.
Wednesday, Mar 15.
Haw ship Star of Uenjjal, Honiler
boii, from Neweastlo for Han Fran
cisco. Cargo heated. Put In for ad
vice. Am hktno rrnifgaril, Schmidt, from
Sail Francisco; 1000 tuna gcnl milso
for F A Schaefer & Co and 300 hoga.
TTntir Itlr T"I an hsnuil If Ami mArat ml 4f
jliiw uu uiuiiiuim livau, ,f uiu, itifiii
San Francisco; 17.10 tons goal mdso for
II Jiackruiti & Co, 1:1 lid norsea aim 11:
Thursday, Mar 10.
Stmr James Makue, Tullctt. from
Kapaa; 1000 bugs sugar.
btmrlvvalanl, Gregory, from Ku
kulhacle and Tjthalna; 6248 bags
sugar, 14 sks coill-e and 8 bdls hides.
O & O S S Gaelic, Finch, from San
C-A 8 B Warrlmoo, Hay, from the
Thursday, Mar 10.
Stmr Nocau, Pedurscn, for Hutna
lam at 3 p 111.
Stmr Kcauhou, Moshcr, for Kauai
ports at 4 p in.
C-A S S Warrlmoo, Hay, for Van
couver and Victoria.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapaa at 4 p in.
Am bktuo Eureka, Sclion, for the
Sound In ballast.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Mauna Loa, tiimerson, for
Lahaiua, Maalaca, Kona and Kuu
at in u in.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Makawcll, Walmea and Koknha at 5
From San Francisco, per bk
Diamond Head, March 15 A B
Rodman, H W Edwards, 0 E
From the Colonies, per 0-A S
S Warrimoo, March 16-J 0
Ponny, Mian ltobiqa, Mias E 13
Zelly, Mrs Oootgo, 0 A Parker,
Mrs E l' P Ward niid 55 through.
From 8an Francisco, por bktnn
IniiRard, March 1G U Kruuor, N
L Ormo, Mrs H C Or mo, Miss M
L Korn, Mra Alice Conrad, Mien
Elaie Conrad, Robt Toggart, S
From San Francisco, por O & O
8 S Gaelic, March 1G Mr and
Mrs L E Mallory, Miria Nellio
Mollory, 0 H Rathbone, Miss
Margaret Phillips, Judge and Mra
W F Frear, Mrs Fied Clay, Mrs
Frank Ford, Miaa Emma Ford,
Paul Neumann, L E Hnmsher,
Mifls Grace Emory, F B Edwards,
A Q M RobertsoD, Col Z S Spald
ing, 11 F Wichman, Mr and Mrs
H A Strong, Mr and Mrs J Cal
lahan, J A Lawa and 11 through
for China and Japan.
For San Finnciaco, per bk An
drew Welfh, March 15 Mi6s K
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Scindia anils on Saturday.
Tho Gaelic Fails for China and
Japan at midnight.
Tho Irmpnrd arrived yoiterday
11 dajs from San'Frauci-co.
Tho steamer Fauang arrivod in
Astoiia from Uouclulu, March 8.
The sohoouor Jnnuio Ward will
load roil wood at Eureka for Hono
lulu. Tho Star of Bengal has corao
into port. Shu will dischargo
Tho Monmouthshire from Yoko
hama ia off port. Slio will come
in after the Gaelic sails.
The Keauhou sails for Nawili
wili, Kolon and Id knha this after
uoon. She will tnko tho foreign
mails to people on tho Garden
Tho OiOSS Gaolio, Finoh
commander, arrived and anchored
off port at ab ut 5:30 o'clock thin
moruinu', having sailed from Sati
Fraucisco March 9 at 1 p m. She
came in alongside tho Pacitic
Mail wharf nfier the Warrimoo
sailed at noon.
Tho RMS Warrimoo, ChaB W
Day commander, arrived off port
from Australia at 0.35 n m this
day. Purser Uellmaino nepnrls us
follow-.: "Left Sydney, NS W,
at 1:30 p m, February 2.". Expo
rienced IN M winds with ruuuh,
confiirod sea for tho first two days,
liieneo JN ana JN iN JjJ winds aud
lino weather to arrival at Wel
lington at 5 pm, Mtrob 1. Pro
ceeded on voyage next day, hav
ing been delayed at Wellington
owing to tho southern mails bein
late. Met with tine weather and
light winds to Fiji which was
reached at 10:d() a m. March 7.
Aftor landing mails, passengers
and cargo, a start was again in ado
at 4 p ra' name day, clearing the
Fiji gro'.p at 5 a m mxt day.
Strong tiado winds prevailed to
Honolulu as above. Tho Warri
moo has 118 tons of coal for Ho
nolulu. Jainea Makou ICelurna.
Tho James Makeo returned
from Kapaa thia morning with a
email cirgo of BUgar. Captain
Tullett reports as follows: "Wo
went from Hanamaulu to Kapaa
yesterday morning as tho weather
had moderated somewhat. Took
on as much sugar as we could but,
as tho weather became woreo as
tho day advanced, dooided to leave
and returnod to Honolulu. The
southwest buoy could not bo seon
and we could not send a boat to
investigate, as tho weathor was so
bad. Will take down another
buoy this afternoon. Bolievo the
other ono has sunk. This is the
samo bnoy that drifted away.
about four months ago."
Tho Iwalani returned from Ku
kuihaelo and Lahaina this morn
ing. Purser Piltz reports as fol
lows: P M, 11,000 bags sugar on
hand. Kauai at Kaanapah. On
Thursday and Friday; were at
Honokaa discharging but did not
finish as the weather was so bad.
The wind camo strong from the
N E and heavy rains fell. Twice
aftor this, wo were driven from
Kukuihaele and had to take ro
fuge in Waipio gulch, Woatbor
moderated on tho 14th. H 8 Co
has 15,500 bags left and P S M,
500. There wero 10 inches of
rain in Honokaa during tho past
TURNEIt In EastMachlas, Maine,
February 17, 1809, Mra. Sarah A.
Turnor, mother of Mrs. D. E. Wols
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock is a thoioughly 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 YOB 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 Iha Shoe,
tt Port street.
-33 Queen Street
FRIDAY, March 17tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, a large Invoice of
FINE TAILOR GOODS, comprising
A fine chance to buy cloths before the
increase of duty under the American tariff.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
1 1 70 Auctioneer.
Carriages and Wagons
By ordor of C. HIWWER A CO. , LTD. .
I will Roll nt Fubllo Auction, at my tales
room, 33 Quoon stroot,
SATURDAY, March 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.,
(To claso consignments) a full lino of
Eastern - built Phaetons,
Surreys, Exprcss.Wagons, and
JAS. I MORQAtf,
Election of Officers.
At meeting of the Stockholders of the
Mnunalel Suear Co. Ltd.. held on Mrirch
... 7, , , - 1
14111, 10917, me lonowing onicers were
Theo. F. Lansing President.
VVm. M. Mlnton Vice President.
A. V. Gear Treasurer.
C. B. Gray Secretary.
W. R. Slms-Audltor.
The above officers constitute the Board
C. B. GRAY,
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the stockholders of "Coyne Mehrten
Furniture Company, Limited," the follow
officers were elected for the ensuing year:
A. Coyne, President.
J. A. Mehrten, Vice-President and M'g'r.
H. Armltage, Secretary and Treasurer.
J. A. Magoon, Auditor.
The above constitute the Board of Di
rectors. . HARRY ARMITAGE,
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 26, 1899.
j. -. itoi MANAGE.
JIM POST AND MAY ASHLEY ! 1
MISS DORA MEKVYN !
BOYD AND ORO, Specialists!
MARTIN'S TRAINED DOGS, Etc
Reserved Scats, 50c
General Admission, 25c
FIR, O ZB2ST
IX CANS, ATTHR
beaVer; luiMh qpofl$.
II. J. NOLTE, Troprlotor.
On King Street.
A Bargain for
One Who Desires
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
I. Farm at llamakui J 6,009
j. H cre lanj near town 5, coo
6. A io-room LoJcInc House, n-year lease, j.oco
7. Larce lot at Malklkl , 10,000
8. I7S acres coffee land, Kona,..,. j.coo
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, i planted,.., 6,cco
10, Lot H acre near town i.J'o
11. Corner lot center of town,,, 10,000
i). House and Lot, Punahou 1,000
14. Larce Lot and eood Paying Iluslne 11,000
15. Larje Lot, Palama, nearly Jj acre.,,,,,, 1000
For further particulars apply to T
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolflco Lane, - Honolulu.
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