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K' 8 THE EVENING BOLLETIN; HONOLULU, H. IM NABCH 29. 18D9.
rM M aV afV T A fcl rCZS1J'-itH'columflltlhrUJl,llU"'lt
1 W f J JV2 a limfril tnurlinn; lo anil uconi inur.
m IT III I'O'i to ttnll a tilth Mi ?o ttnll it month, 7 Ml it Ibl
M. M X W W A. 0 U citafitit tdvirliiinf mr offtrtj Ibl peofile of Honolulu.
Huvo you ovor tried Mineral Rubber Gar
den Hose? If not now is just tho time to do so
as wo havo just received nor "Moana" ovor a thou
sand dollars worth of this fino hose, just 299 lengths.
This is tho third shipment wo havo had of Mi
neralized Hose and if it goes tho way tho Inst
ones havo wo will havo to havo another very soon.
If you want tho host hoso made ask for Minera
lized, : :AT: :
E. 0. HALL
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia ami lUimbler Agents,
JDST LANDED, EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES & GO., LTD.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
Notice of Teachers'
Examinations of Candidates for Teach
er's Primary Grade Certificates will be
Monday, April 3d, and
Tuesday, April 4th,
at the High School Building, Honolulu,
and at the usual places on the other
Islands. The subjects In which candi
dates will be examined and the percentage
required for the different classes of certlfi
wlll be the same as heretofore.
HENRY S. TOWNSEND.
11 79-3 t Inspt. Gen. Schools.
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'Ccui House
In Honolulu, on Monday, the 3rd day of
April, 1890, between the hours of 10
o'clock In the forenoon and noon of the
sild day, and elect an Assignee of the said
Dated Honolulu, March 25th, 1809.
By the Court :
P. D. KELLETT, JR..
Notice Is hereby given that we, the
unJerslgned, Alexander Chlsholm and
Allan B. Scrlmgeour.have this dayentered
Into copartnership under the firm name of
"The Manufacturing Harness Company,"
as manufacturers and Importers of Harness,
SaJdlery and Findings, etc. Place of
lousiness, corner of Fort and King streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu, March 20th, 1899.
H79-3t ALLAN B. SCRIMGEQUK.
David Charters, Canvasser for Portrait
Enlarging, Is no longer in our employ.
Any moneys due on orders taken by him
are payable to us only. We beg to say,
with regard to orders under way, that we
should be pleased to have parties Interes
ted rail at our place of business and ar
range for delivery,
1 10 Hotel street.
u 76-1 m
Certificate of Character.
HONOLULU, Feb. 6, 1899.
To Whom It May Concern.
This Is to certify that David Charters,
who has been In our employ as canvasser,
Is trustworthy and capable. We would
cheerfully recommend him as such to any
one requiring his services.
P. S Mr. Charters has been In our em
ploy from Sipt. 2oth, 1897, to Jan. 21st,
,,8o-iW KING BROS.
Proposals for Fresh
Beef and Mutton.
Gedge Cottage, Honolulu, H. I., U. S. A., 1
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. S. Army, during the period com
mencing April 1st, 1899, and ending April
30th, 1899. Fresh beef shall be good In
quality and condition fit for immediate use,
and from fore and hind quartcrmeats 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 orall bids.
Instructions furnished on application ut
PHILIP M. LYDIG.
Captain and Com. U. S. Vols., Chief
and Purchasing Commissary.
Reduction in Graptiaplioncs,
Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO. of New York.and
we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
at a price that will be within the reach of
all. Look at the prices :
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
anu one way nearinc iuoe. 12?.
Records, doz., f6; Blanks, doz., f 3
Recorders. 4.75. Brass horns and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done nrnntntlv.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
112 Hotel street.
Late of San Tranclsco, has opened
At the OUCEN HOTEL COTTAGE. Throui-h lorn-
experience and constant attendance to work at the
ioavi, Mrs. won has acquuea the art of perfect
fitting, and also giving full satisfaction In the latest
and modern fashion.
Free Concert Nightly
By tho Quaker Medicine Co.,
ColtNKIt OK FOUT ANI IjEnKTANIA ST8.
Olianco of Program Nightly 1 1170
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN hereby
give notice that they have moved their
offices to the fourth floor of the Judd
Honolulu, fttarcn 24, itsoo. ii77-iw
On and after April 3rd Dr. H. V. Murray
will occupy the premises of Mrs. Charles
Gullck, on King street. Office Hours:
1 9 to to, 1 to 3, and 7 to 8. 1179-: w
XANTfcU To rent a or 1 unturnKtied rooms or a
' cottage ol 4 to 6 rooms. Address Box
MNTED-Flrst.cliKs tlAKDLR wanted. Good
wages. flrpiyjLUb, i on street. iibo-iw
OXFORD GRADUATE, crest experience, wants
position as Tutor, public or private: Secretary
or Librarian. 1)0x613. mo-iw
ANTED A Girl to take care of children.
to 501 Ueretanla street corner of Alapal.
SITUATION WANTED-A first-class Japanese
Cook wishes a situation In rrlvale family Uest
of references. Address S. T P. 0. Dox 886. n;r-iw
XANTtD Five Messenger Doys, at once. Apply
vv American Messenger Service, corner Motel and
Atakea Streets. n6i-tt
X ANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
"" years past Bookkeeper for Hamakua Mill Co .
and Kukalau Mitt Co . desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a lone period chief accountant to the
Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu
Koyai niger i-o. Keicrcnce: Messrs ineo. ll.
LOST A Vj model Tribune enamelled black No.
)6.54J. Heturn to Bulletin Office and receive re
LOST Draft No. tro. dated is March, 1801, of
Hawaiian Agricultural Co , on Ilrewer 8c Co.,
payable to Gonsalves & Co., for $S4 ) in8-iw
LOST Alone waterfront, scarf pin with two dia
monds and an opal. Regard upon returning
same to Bulletin office.
TO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wr I slit's
Villa. April ist. J. P. IIAYWAND.Mgr. uBoiw
NICELY FURNISIILDFRONT ROOM, will or
without board. Best locality; trams piss door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 511 Beretanla
street next City Teed Store. iito-iw
TO LET Sail Boats to lit by tho day tr hour.
They are comtonabte and safe. Apt ly to jani
tor llealanl Boat Club. tifs-im
FOR SALE Lady's handsome 18 ct. Gold WATCH
and Jewelled Charm; almost new, $50 Great
bargain: cost double. May be seen at Bul.ettn oflice.
1 1 To-at
OPPORTUNITY POR DAIRYMEN l-lsland-bred
dairy stock, bred tj the thoroughbred sire of ihe
W. G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. mi-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Fort St. no ftf
TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergttrogi
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
EST at cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Lind s fcxcelsior Kestaurant. 1041.
FOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Ooner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Blu'iml Station, Mar
SiO, 1 pm Weather lui.y.wlnil Htrung
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Mar 20.
Temperature Monti 111; minimum,
7jj Miiiilay maximum, 711. '
(Barometer corrected for gravity-.06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.11. Steady.
Rainfall, do, l.0'..
Humidity ut 0 a m 07 percent.
Dew Point 02 F.
Light showers tonight probable.
Wednesday, Mar 29.
OSS Alameda, Vau Otorontlnrp
from San Francis :o
ritmr Mlkuhnlii, Thompson, from
Kauai port; fin.511 biiK augur for W Q
Irwin & Co anil 3l)o Imgi rice.
Am bk Allien Ucsse, Potter, from
Ran FrandBCo; 1440 tons koii'1 mtlse
forW G Irwin & Co, 1 horse, 1 cow
ami 3 coups chickens.
Wednesday, Mnr 29.
OSS Alameda, Van Oterenilorp,
for tho Colonies ut 8 p in.
Stmr Kcuuhoti, Moshor, for La-
liultia and Kuauapall nt 4 p m.
From San FrnnciRco. per OSS
AlamoJn, Mnr 2d J F Beck, W
H Carroll, John tjunrlea rotor
son, Hon 0 D Clark nnrl wife,
Col 0 E Oomptou, Alias Doweott,
0 Duroi, Chi8 i1' Etaorson nnd
wife, Geo 0 Fitechfii, Androw F
Fulton, Mis J M Fulton, Mr Van
Gttfre and wife, W F 0 Hanson, F
F Jaqups nud wifo, Wni Korr, W
E Smith, Cnpt It 8wenney, Mrs G
D Wnrroo, Miss N Watson. A
Weill, Miss Jewd WilUrd, L U
Willicut. Through for Apia: W
tJnUre. Bydney: J D Goodli't.
Mis Wm Grace, "W It Groen, wife
and maid, Julius Hunan, A W
Marebi.ll, D McGill, Vf A Munro,
Miss P Piokorinc J H Porter,
Andre Siofried, Olma Xf Simp
bod, L Vaoderveldo, A William
son and wife, Master Fred Wil-
liarason, Master Normau Wil
liamson, Mies Bessie Williamson.
Tho Morning Star htmled from
Allen & RobiDBoa's wharf to
Brewer's this morning. She will
sail for Micronesia about tho first
of tho month.
The Hercules and John A
Campbell for the Sound and the
Jane L Stanford for San Francis
co with sugar, will all sail today.
Tho Mohiotn got nway for San
Francisco with sugar yesterday.
Tho stoatnor Charles Nelson,
chartered by tho Government to
tuko troops and etorca to Manila,
went to tho Union Iron Works
yesterday afternoon to po on the
dry dook for a now propeller. She
in exp-cted to bo ready to sail by
Saturday S F, Mrch 21.
A 8nn Frnnoisco pnpor of
Mnrch 18 says: Captain McNeil,
mnBter of tbo birknntino S G
Wildor, loading at Mission-street
wharf for tbo Hawaiian islands,
ban resigned, ond 0ptain Jack
son, formerly mato on the Albert,
took command yesterday noon.
Captain MoNeil is to take tho
Plata on ber arrival from tho isl
ands. The bark Ceylon sailod March
2() for Honolulu with an assorted
merchandise cargo. Among the
principal shipments wore tbo fol
lowing: Wino 1103 gals and 2(1
c-; 800 bales bay, 1290 oils barley,
1000 sks brau, 63 ctls wheat, 122
ctln corn, 5590 lbs cracked corn,
400 bbls limo, 1 cs hnrdwaro, 250
cs salmon, 195 cs canned goods,
55,010 brick-, 300 cs coal oil, 1
balo dry goods, 80 pkgs groceries
It will probably bo at lonst sixty
davs before Ihe Union Iron
Works are ablo to bniu work on
the two new freighters for the
Hawaiian trndo for a New York
compiuy. Much delay is being
oMisi'd hy the lack of material
Agent of the woike in tbo Ent
nro u-iuK evry tffort to rush ma
torial alone fortius and othor jobn,
but the mills are behind hand and
it will be sorao timo boforo a sutli
eient supply can be obtained to
warrnnt a beginning on the new
eoutracts. When the material is
at hand tho works will be run at
Ihfir full capacity of 300OmHn
and the 1200 mon recontly laid off
will be provided with employment-S
F, March 21.
Another Cut In Wiri.
Following tho reduotion made
yesterday it) the wages of sailors
for doepwoter vessels, the agents
of tho S G Wilder and S N Cas
tle, vessels plying to Hawaii, to
day anuounced a reduotion of
wages for sailors from SdO to '!5
per month 8 F, Mar 2J.
Alarardn'i Vntl Trip.
The O S S Alameda, Van Oter-
endorp commander, arrived in
port at iiliout lUo clock this morn
ing, after a quick ruu of nix das
oud two hours from San Franeis
co. The Alameda left at 7: 0
o'clock on the morning of tho 22d
Imvii'g been delayed from tho 21st
011 account of the eewro storm
in tho mountains keeping buck
the maile. She left iu perfect
torrents of rain, which continued
for a day. Aftnr that, it clean-d
ami the Alameda bad nothing
but tho finest kiud of weather to
(ship Dominion Rrlnailrcd.
San Francisco, Mar 22 Fifty
per cjnt reinsurance is quoted on
tho British ship Dominion from
Honolulu for Victoria. The
Dominion is out nearly two
mouths on a voyage that should
not have taken up raoro than fonr
week of timo at tho most. The
vcePfl was in ballast and it is fear-
hI that alio whs insufficiently
weighed down. The supposition
is that she was caught iu a hpavy
blow and went down with all
hands. Howevpr, there havo
boon a good many reports from
overdue ships of lato and the
opinion is exprossed in sorao
quarters that tho Dominion will
bo soou added to tho list of lucky
Spain llolsia star und Stripe.
New York, Mnrch 20. A. Sun
cable from Gibraltar says: A
Spanifb squidron, commanded hy
Admiral Ctmara, was leaving
Gibraltar Bay yeterday when it
was mot near Algeoiras by the
Utiitod Statos cruiser Italoigh,
which is returning homo from
Manila. Tho Ilalfigh ran up tbo
Spanish flag, and the Spanish ad
miral replied bv hoisting theStars
and Stupes. This is tbo 0r6t act
of international courtesy uetweou
tbo United btates and opain in
European waters since tho out
break of tho war.
Filipino Oo f risrla.
London, March 21. Agoncillo,
tho agont of Aguinaldo, and tho
mpmbers of tho former staff of the
FilipinoB at Washington have
gone to raus in oruor to couter
with tbo Filipino junta there.
Neither body Lad recoived news
from tbo Philippine islands dur
ing tho past eight days. They
say tbey fear tho Americans havo
discovered and Btopped their
moans of sending newa from Ma
nila. Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the "Bust-
ness Office, Telephone 256.
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 Manufacturers1 Shoe Co,,
Sign op the Big Shoe,
tt lr)i-fc street.
The President directs It to be announced
that he has this day commissioned Er
nest A. Mott Smith, Esq.. Minister of For
eign Affairs, In the place of Henry E.
trooper, tsq., resigned.
GEO. C. POTTER,
itSi-it Secretary Foreign Office.
T.V. KING LESSEE
J. F. POST MANAGER
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
Reserved Scats, 50c
General Admission, 25c
Agents for the California nod Oriental
Office Purch. & Depot Commissary,
Honolulu. H. I., March 25, 1899.
There will be sold at public auction,
April 5, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
Subsistence Store House, on Fort street:
51,410 7-16 pounds of flour.
Buyers will be required to remove
stores on da'te of sale.
PHILIP M. LYDIG,
Capt. and C. S., U. S. Vols., Purchasing
and Depot Com. H78-td
Kahuku Plantation Co.
No transfers of shnres of stock will
bo mado 011 tho Stock Books of this Com
pany on tho 30th and Slut Instants.
Honolulu, March 28, 1809.
Troasuror Kahuku Plantation Co,
Denied by It.td'a Socrctarr.
Lowibton (Me.), March 22.
Amos L. Alter, secretary to
Speakqr Reed, Bays, regarding the
intorviow printed today in which
ho WBB(mntle to say that Mr. Reed
wonld not be a candidate for the
Presidential nomination in 1000,
that ho did not make euoh a state,
mont, aud ho did not know whotu
or Mr. Reed would bo a candidate
FRIDAY, Miirrli 31, 1S99,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ,
At the store of Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co., '
Ltd., corner of Fort and Queen streets, ,
Honolulu. I will sell at Public Auction, fcir
Account of whom It may concern, the fol
lowing merchandise, damaged by salt
water ex Uarlc 'Invermark," A. G. Phillip,
master, on voyage of Importation from
H. H. & CO.
S & T. 8711. 1 case nlaln Galv'd Iron.
84x50, 24G, B, 228 lbs.
S & T, 8714, 1 case plain galv'd iron,
84x30, 24G, B, 246 lbs
s 1 . H722, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
84x30,26c BBB.2J2 lbs.
S & T, 885G, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 24G, B, 225 lbs.
S & T, 8857. 1 cae plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 24 G, B, 244 lbs.
S & T, 8858, i case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 24G, B, 250 lbs.
S & T, 8872, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 24G. BBB, 286 lbs.
S & T, 8873, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 24G. BBB, 288 lbs.
S & T. 8878, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 26G. BBB, 241 lbs.
S & T, 8870, 1 case plain galv'd Iron,
80x30, 26G, BBB, 246 lbs.
S & T, 10146. 10147, 10148, 10140,
101 52, 5 cases ridging.
S & T, 7862-7019, 9305D454. 14 bdls
corn iron, 6 ft, 24G, narrow, 3290 lbs.
S & T, 7920-8006, 9455-0544, 4 bdls corr
Iron, 7 ft, 24G. narrow, 940 lbs.
S & 1 , 8007:8122, 9545-9664, 12 bdls
corr. Iron, 8 ft, 24G. narrow, 2820 lbs.
S & T, 8123 80, 9665-9724, 6 bdls corr.
Iron, q It, 24G, narrow, 1440 lbs.
S & T, 7553, 1 bdl corr. Iron, 6 ft, 24G,
wide, 21 5 lbs.
S & T, 7572-658, 0095-9184, 10 bdls corr.
Iron, 7 ft, wide, 2450 lbs.
S & T, 7659-7774i 9185-9304. 12 bdli
corr. Iron, 8 ft., 24 G. wide, 2952 lbs.
S & T, 9311, 1 bdl corr. Iron, 9 ft., 24
G, wide, 246 lbs.
S & T, 9394, 1 bdl corr. Iron, 10 ft., 24
G, wide, 247 lbs.
S & T, 8230-86, 9765-834, 9 bdls corr.
Iron, 6 ft., 26 G, narrow, 2070 lbs.
S & T, 8287-8382, 9835-934. 11 bdls corr.
Iron, 7 ft., 26 G, narrow, 2541 lbs.
a i, 0303 4W, 9935-10014, 10 bills
corr. Iron, 8 ft, 26G, narrow, 2410 lbs.
S & T, 10021, 10042, 2 bills corr. iron,
o ft. 26G. narrow, a&x lbs.
S & T, 527-38, 202-26,
L SA J' ?7'51' 539-5L
S & T.252-76. 552-63.
14 doz. galv'd
20 doz. galv'd
15 doz. galv'd
S & T. 277-126. ?6j-?88. 20 doz,
S & T, 127-86.
589-618, 26 doz. galv'd
S & T, 387-446, 619-48, 34 doz. galv'd
S & T, 447-61, 649-656, 11 doz. galv'd
S&T, 462-71, 657-661,4 doz. galv'd
S&T 512-26, 682-9, 4 nests oval tubs,
each 9 pieces.
b 1, 002-81, 472-511, 4
iuds, eacn 10 pieces.
TERMS: Cash In U.S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, March 28th, 1899.
1 Farm at Hamakua , J 6 Ma
6. A40-room Lodging Home, u-)ar lease. j,oo.
7. Largo lot at Malklkl , 10,000 '
(. in acres coRcc land, Kona.. j.ooo
to. Lot acre near town , i,jo.
it. Comer lot center ol town , 10,00.
ia. SOLD. "Wr'aW..
i). House and Lot, Punahou i.oo.
14. Large Lot and good Paying Business a.ooa
15. Urge Lot. Palama, neatly i acre 4,0c.
16. Lot joxiao.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St a,j:
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofilce Lnne, - Honolulu. I
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