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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAEOH 2fi, 1899.
Do Not Ask for Personal Surety! Do Hot Give It!
THE .FIDELITY AND
BECOMES SOLE SURETY ON BONDS OF
Public Officials, Executors Government Appointees,
Administrators, Guardians, Officers of Fraternal Societies,
Trustees, Receivers, Bank Officials and Employees,
Employees of Railway and Steamship Companies, Mercantile Houses, etc.
Fidelity Bonds of every description, and all Bonds
required in Judicial Proeedings. NO DELAY
The Fidelity and Deposit
Grand Easter Opening
Commencing Wednesday, March 22nd
(WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY).
LATEST NEW YORK
TRIMMINGS, &C, &C.
Latest importations In CLOAKS AND DRESSES. Everything crisp with newness.
Daintiest desirable designs, truly regal In their beauty. :: Have just added to my
Hair Dressing and Manicuring Parlors,
: : : Under the supervision of Miss Kern, late of Chicago.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Huvo you ovor hied Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? If nut now is justilio time to do so
as M'o liavo just received per "Moana" ovor a thou
sand dollars worth of this iino hoso, just 299 lengths.
This is the third shipment wo liavo had of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes the way tho last
ones have we will liavo to liavo another very soon.
If you want tho best hoso mado ask for Minera
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kine Sts.
JUST LAMPED, EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO., LTD.
Loyal Orange Association.
Members of the Loyal Orange Associa
tion are requested to make themselves
known to Sir Knight and Brother John
Walker, of Maklki, or to Brother J. S.
Bailey, R. A. P., late of L. O. L 55L
Toronto, Ontario, at Bicycle Store, 231
"Not time, or distance, or clime, can Jls
solve old and loved ties." H75''W
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN hereby
give notice that they have moved their
offices to the fourth floor of the Judd
Honolulu, March 24, 18.). 1177MW
Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
If, UUllVt UUlUj llVIIUIUj
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
havlnc leased the rooms lately vacated bv
them, together with the vaults and safe
deposit boxes to the Hawaiian Trust &
Investment Co.. notice Is hereby given
that the said Company will assume all
responsibility and conduct of the safe
Wc beg to take this opportunity to
thank our customers for their patronage
of this branch of our business, and can
assure them that the Hawaiian Trust and
Investment Co. will be pleased to con
tinue the rental of boxes after the ex
piration of present leases. Any amounts
now'due should be settled with them.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
F. C. ATHERTON,
1 173 Secretary.
YrlSS''''-'" '" column will hi inurlii nt If emit
fcfc a lintfirtl tmtttioni 10 etnlt second inter
lion: lo null week tnd to ttnli d nonlo. 7 Ml I'l tbt
cheafett tdverliiinf ever offered Ibl people of Honolulu.
LOST t)r(l No. i9. dated n March, 189?. of
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. nn Drawer & Co..
payable to Gonialves & Co., tor $54 1$. ti78iw
OST Alone walerlr ont, scatf fin with two dla-
mgnji ana an opau icewara upon retummjr
tame to Bulletin office. n?)-t(
ANTED--A Girl to take care ( children. Apply
to 501 Ueretanla street corner of Alapal.
UANTED Two or Three Dressmakers by Mrs.
' Wolfe at the Queen Hotel Cottage. Apply
SITUATION WANTED-A first-class Japanese
Cook wishes a situation In a private family Best
of references. Address S, T P. O. Box 826. iiti-iw
17 ANTED Five Messenger Boys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, corner Hotel and
Alakea Streets. iioi-tf
UANTED Mr. D. Pierce, at prewnt and for many
jears pit Bookkeeper for Hamakul Mill Co ,
and kukalau VIII Co., desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a lone period chief accountant to the
Koyal Niger Co. Reference: Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. 1161-im
WANTED To purchase for cash, USED HAWA
IIAN POSTAGE STAMPS, 10 of each value.
M.DAVIS,8;ShuterStMontreal, Canada. ii$6-im
TO LET Salt Boats to lit by the day ir hour.
' They are comfortable and safe. Api ly to Jani
tor Healanl Boat Club. ntj-im
FOR SALE A handsome Japanese screen for $40,
Apply "S," Bulletin Office. nj)-im.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN l-lsland-bred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of Ihe
W. G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. iijftf
FR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart, Fort St. uoj-tf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
EST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinces, una cxceisior Kestaurant. 1041.
COUND Pouch containing Bicycle outfit. O
1 can have same bv callln? at the Evening Bui
unice ana paying expenses.
The Books of the HAWAIIAN SUGAR
COMPANY will be closed to transfers
from the 28th to the jist of March, In
W. M. TEMPLETON, .
Office Purch. & Depot Commissary,
Honolulu, H. I., March 25, 1899. J
There will be sold at nubile auction.
April s. i8oq. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the
Subsistence Store House, on Fort street:
51,430 7-10 nounas 01 Hour.
Buyers will be reaulred to remove)
clnroe t Anttx if a?il
tiiuiu VII UUtl Ul OUIW
Capt. and C. S., U. S. Vols., Purchasing
ana uepot com. iB-tu
California & Oriental
Will sail for
On op about March SStli.
For Freight apply to
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Agts.,
1 1 78 Judd Building.
Stock Brokers, and
Members of the Honolulu Stock Exchange
Particular attention given to the pur
chase and sale of Sugar and Commercial
Agents for the British-American Steam
Agents for the Union Assurance Com
nanv of London.
Island Agents for Office, Bank and
Office, Queen Street.
11,8 TELEPHONE jij.
T. V. KING r. LESSEE
J. F. POST MANAGER
Reserved Scats, 50c
Gcncrjil Admission, 25c
Hairy Waterhouse & Co
For addltlunal Shipping News tee seventh page.
Diamond Head BlKiml Station, Mnr
25, 1 p nt Weather clear, wind
Weather Buremt, Punabou. Mar 25.
Temperature Morning minimum,
02; Midday maximum, 80.
(Barometer corrected (or gravity- .06 )
Barometer, 0 am, 20.07. Steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.04.
Humidity at 0 n 111 75 percent.
Dew Point 05 F.
Friday, Mar 24.
T K K Nippon Mara, Evans, from
China and Japan.
Saturday, Mar 25.
81 111 r Lelma, Ben nctt, from Molokat
Btmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Wnl-
mea; 7093 bags sugar nntl 20 bags rice.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullctt, from
Kapaa; 2520 bags sugar and 100 bags
Saturday, Mar 25.
Am bg J D Spreckcls, Christiansen,
for Maluikoua to load sugar.
Stmr Hawaii, Lane, (or Honolil
na, Honomu, Hakalau and Peneckeo
at 2 p m.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIIIIOW.
TK K Nippon Maru, Evans, or
San Francisco at 4 p 111.
From Kapna, per slmr James
Makeo, Mnr 25 Miss Parker and
Tlio Williscott is taking sugar
from the Mnuaa Loa today.
Tho Nippon Maru brought 35
Jnpaneso and 14 0liinamun.
Tho J D Sprockols did not got
away yofltorday. Sho will get
Tho Miiuna Loa brought a
brokon roller from Hutchinson
Tho W H Dimond miy .sail for
San Francisco lodny with a cargo
of 10,450 bags of BUgor valued at
Tho Ko Lung Maru will re
turn to Yokohama Monday after
noon. Sho will tako buck a lot of
Owing to tho largo cargo iu th
Nippon Maru, that vessel will not
get away for S in Francisco uutil
The Kauai stearaera roport fine
weather on Kauai and 51,050
bags of sugar left on the island
The V G Hall was loading at
Tho Hongkong Maru did not
get away until this morniui. In
consequence of this fact, the Nip
pon maru was torcou to stuv out
side. Sho did not haul alone-
side the Pacitia Mail wharf until
9:30 a m today.
The Nippon Maru brnusht five
Japancso stowaways. They were
orougnt osnore last night and an
attempt was made to get them on
tho HonckooK Maru butpassaue
was refused them. Thoy will
havo to mako tho round trip in
The Mauna Loa that arrived
yesterday has the followiug re
port: Cleaned out Houuap and
1 ft 0100 bags sugar at Punaluu;
tine weather with rain in tho
mountains but none in tho low
lands; H S Go. 10,000 bags sugar;
could not get P S M; Iwolani dis
charged on Thursday; could not
work on Wednesday on account
of tho very rough weather; plenty
of rain; H S Co mill broke down
but was repaired vory Boon; the
Keauhou was in Lahaina Friday
morning; 9000 bags sugar loft
U. S. Snrjsistence Deplmeiil.
Proposals for Fresh
Beef and Mutton.
Gedge Cottage, Honolulu, H. I., U. S. A.,
March 21st, 1899.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be re
ceived at the office until 11 o'clock a.m.,
March 31st, 1899, and then opened, for
furnishing the fresh beef and mutton In
bulk, 15,000 pounds, more or less, required
at this station by the Subsistence Depart
ment, U. i. Army, during the period com
mencing April ist, 1899, and ending April
30th, 1899. Fresh beef shall be good In
quality and condition fit for Immediate use,
and from fore and hind quartermeats propor
tionately, Including all the best cuts there
of. Fresh Mutton shall be of good and
marketable quality, from wethers over one
and under three years old. Beef and mut
ton to be dressed, and delivered as describ
ed in circular Instructions. Proposals will
also be received stating price at which bid
der will deliver fresh beef or mutton, of
character above stated, and to be delivered
of temperature not greater than 50 degrees
Fahrenheit. Government reserves right
to reject In whole or In part any or all bids.
Instructions furnished on application at
PHILIP M. LYDIG.
Captain and Com. U. S. Vols., Chief
and Purchasing Commissary.
cd fiTTn i tvh
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly 00(1 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 TOD 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,
tl Port streot.
REGULATIONS NO. 2.
Duplicate Treasury Warrants will be
Issued by the Auditing Department for
originals lost or destroyed, only after the
following regulations have been compiled
with, viz :
ist: Notice of the loss must be sent as
soon as possible to the Treasury Depart
ment, and Audit Office, requesting that
payment be stopped, (giving the number of
the Warrant, amount, name of "payee,"
and the Appropriation against which It
2nd: Notice of the loss must be adver
tised In some newspaper published In Ho
nolulu or Hilo, giving particulars as above.
3rd: If the Warrant was issued In pay
ment of a Specific Salary the Official re
celvlng the same, or for whom the same
was Intended, must make a statement In
writing addressed to the Auditor-General,
giving the particulars of loss, and request
ing that a duplicate be drawn therefor;
such statement to be accompanied by 2
copies of the advertisement.
4th: If the Warrant was Issued In pay
ment of a Salary Included In a "Reg'ilar
Pay Roll" or for a bill, the statement a.id
request required above must be made by
the person In whose favor the warrant was
No Duplicate will be Issued within three
months of the date of the notice of loss.
H. C. AUSTIN,
Minister of Foreign Afalrs.
Signed, J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Signed, S. At. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Signed, HENRY E. COOPER,
Honolulu, March 24th, 1899.
Office of the Board of
Honolulu, H. I., March 22, 1899.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
held this day HENRY E. COOPER,
ESQ., was elected President of the Board
of Health, vice William O. Smith, Esq.,
Secretary Board of Health.
The undersigned, co partners doing busi
ness under the firm name of Hop Sing Wal
Company, give public notice that they
have this day sold their Interest and lease
hold rights In their Rice Plantation at
Moa'nalua, Honolulu, Oahu, to Akoloka
alias all bills against Hop Sing Wal Com
pany prior to Mar. 30, 1899, will be paid
Administrator of Lau Sum.
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of M. J.
Sllva, of Kapaia, Kauai :
Creditors of the said Bankrupt are here
by notified to come in and prove their
debts before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, First Circuit, at the Ccurt House
In Honolulu, on Monday, the 3rd day of
April, 1899, between the hours of 10
o'clock in the forenoon and noon of the
said day, and elect an Assignee of the said
Dated Honolulu, March 24th, 1899.
By the Court:
F. L. KELLETT, JR..
in ?5 i
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AUCTIONEER AND I
33 Queen Street
1 v ,
CITY PROPERTY '
FOR SALE. i
The undersigned offers for sale a valu- A
able parcel of Land on the southeast ;;,
corner of Beretanla and Miller Sts. " '
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on '
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller St. - j
Area 4790 sq. ft. -.
There are two cottages on the propertVi ( I
one of which' Is now rented forj2SperJr ,
month. J "fc I
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN, ,
"76 ' ' 3J Queen St. '
t. Farm t HamakiM J 6,000 ( '
. SOLD. 5
I. SOLD, ,."
6, A 40-roora Lodging House, u-year tnt. ;,
7. Large lot at Malklkl 10,
8, its acres coffee lani, Kona ),l
9. SOLD j
to. Lot H arje near town i.l
11. Corner lot center ol town 10)
it. SOLD. 1
ij. House and Lot, Punahou i,
14, Large Lot and good Paying Business.,., u.o,
ij. Large Lot, Palama, nearly acre'. A
16. Lot soxiso.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St s.500' J
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
ft Dnait4flt f .anno IIAnAfifM V
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The Star of Russia has cleared
and will vory probably get away
for the Sound in ballast this aftor-
It is said that Kbdr Wing Chew
alias Kot Tong, awoil known Ohi-v'
naman, was arrestod in miatnkoL.,
for another mau, yesterday, on tho J
charge of attempting to bribe,
oastoms guard at the qutfrantiil,