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THE EVENING IIULLETIN: nONOLU&U,. IHH. MAPqH 81, 1889'.
SHIPPING -v INTELLIGENCE
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OF NO ADVANTAGE.
"We cannot advise a Westminster subscriber to proceed with his scheme
nt nil. He has cot a power of locomotion In his own limbs If they are
sound, and he will use them to which all the machinery In the world can
add nothing whatever." Mechanic' ilagatine, April 14, 1S32,
"We must abide by the advice we gave a Westminster subscriber In our
last number. We du hold It to be Impossible for an Individual to
travel faster In the long run In a machine propelled by his own personal
strength than he Would do by employing his limbs in the usual and
natural way. Man Is a locomotive machine of nature's own making, and
not to be Improved by the addition of any cranks or wheels of mortal In
ventlon." Mechanic' Magatint, April 2 1, tS.V,
In view of the fact that we have sold 40 bicycles for March,
and could have sold 20 more if only we could have had our
stock of COLUMBIA CHAINLESS, the above clippings from
the Mechanics' Magazine of 1832 are interesting. That editor
way back in 1832 had "wheels" and never knew it. ,
COLUMBIAS and RAMBLERS at the store of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
ft Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
JUST LAUDED, EX CARHEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
Cms S DESKY PROPRIETOR
IP. POST MANAGER
ANTONSO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
General Admission 25c and 10c
l(e:erml Chairs 50c
SATURDAY, 2 P. M.,
Admission, 25c and 10c.
In the Circuit Court o? the First
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
In the; Matter of the Bankruptcy of M. J.
Sllva, of K.ipala, Kauai :
Creditors of the said Bankrupt are here
ly notified to come In and prove their
dfbts before the Clerk of the Circuit
Coutt, First Circuit, at the Ccu-t House
til Honolulu, on Monday, the 3rd day of
April, 1S00, belween the hours of 10
o'clock In the forenoon and noon of the
Cild day. and elect, an Assignee of the said
Uated Honolulu, March 25th, 1899.
By the Court :
P. D. KELLETT, JR..
David Charters, Canvasser for Portrait
rnl.irr.lnK, Is no longer In our employ,
ny moneys due on orders taken by him
tie payable to us only. We beg to say,
with regard to orders under way, that we
should be pleased to have parties Interes
ted call at our place of business and ar
range for delivery.
1 10 Hotel street.
Certificate o? 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,
U trustworthy and capable. We would
dieerfully recommend him as such to any
one requiring his services.
P. S. Mr. Charters has been In our em
ploy from Sept. 20th, 1897, to Jan. 21st,
nSo-iw KING BROS.
534 FORT ST.,
Near corner ot Chaplain Unt
Dealing and Ripairlng at Short Notice,
era in ine dm po.unc nwuwi
Sm.il! ads in the Hulletin aie not
oveih!i.tdt)w etl by bigger ones.
The second Monthly Installment on the
Capital Stock of the Honolulu Investment
Co , L't'd, Is due and payable on April 1,
1899, at the office of the Company. Judd
Block. All Installmentsare required to be
paid In gold.
C. B. GRAY,
n8j-it Financial Secretary.
Proposals for Fresh
Beef and Mutton.
Gedge Cotta.;e, Honolulu, H. I., U. S. A., 1
March 21st, 1899. J
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 freh beef and mutton In
bulk, 15,000 pounds, more or less, required
at this station by the Subslslence Depart
ment, U. S. Army, during the period com
mencing April tst, 1899, and ending April
30th, 1899. Fresh beef shall be good In
quality and condition fit for Immediate use,
and from fore and hind quartermeat 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.
Reduction in Graphaphones.
Our acencv rlchts are received direct
from the home oftice 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 tne prices:
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graplwphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, J25.
Records, doz., f6; Blanks, doz,, ft.
Recorders, I4.75. Brass horns and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
11C9 H2 Hotel street.
On and after April 3rd Dr. H. V. Murray
will occupy the premises of Mrs. Charles
Gullck, on King street. Office Hours:
9 to 10, 1 to 3, and 7 to 8. i7o-iw
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Just
ness 0(ice, Telephone 356.
ifofij. in tbh column uitlbt inserted at ti cents
Vr3 a Um first insertion; to cents second inter
tion; )o centt a fweek and $0 etntt a montb. Ibts it the
cheapest ad crttitng ever offered tbe people of Honolulu.
ANTED To rent untarnished cotlain, or two or
truce rooms j, ., tnu umce. its)-iw
WANTED Employment In millwright and (on
si uctwn work. Seven yean experience In su
gar mills In mcxlco. Just arrived; English. Apply
A. H Uulletln office. n8ajt
J ANTED To rent or ) unfurnished rooms or a
vv cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address Hot 6r.
Post Office. 1180-iw
WANTEO-FMt-cla.s tiAKllHR wanted. Good
wages. Apply JEHS, Fort street. ii8o-tw
OXFORD GRADUATE, great experience, wants
position as Tutor, public or private: Secretary
or Librarian. Hox6ij. n-oiw
UANTED A Girl to take c-re of children.
V to 501 Derctanla street corner of Alapal.
CITUATION WANTED-A firsl-cliss Japanese
J Cook wishes a situation In a private family Uest
of references. Address S. T., P. O. Dox 886. niw
X ANTED rive Messenger tlnys, at once.
vv Arrerlcan Messenger Service, corner II
U ANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
' yrars past Bookkeeper for llamakui Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co drslres an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co Reference. Messrs Theo. II.
Davics Ac Co , Ltd., Ilunolulu. 1161-tm
LOST A V model Tribune ename'le d black No.
lfi.ui. Return to Dutletln Office and receive re
LOST Along wa'erfrnnt, scarf pin with two dla
monds and an opal. Reward upon returning
same to Uulletln office. n-ftr
Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright's
Villa, April tst,
J. P. HAY WARD. Mgr IlBo-IW
NICELY TURNISHED FRONT ROOM, wl h or
without board, test locality: trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 511 Ueretanla
street next City Teed Store, njo-iw
D LET Sail tloats to ! t by the day 1 r hour.
Thev are comfortable and safe. Am Iv to lant
tor llealanl Boat Club. mj-im
HOR SALE Ladv'a handsome 18 ct. Gold WATCH
and Jewelled Charm; almost new, $50 Great
bargain; cost double.
May be seen at Uul etln office.
PPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W. G. Irwin dalrv.
i-or runner particulars inquire 01
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Dlart, Fort St. noflf
TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Berettrom
Music Co., Fort street.
D EST a; cent meal In town,
Try It and be con
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
FOUND Pouch containing Blccle outfit. O.ner
can htve same by catling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying exrenses.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK! i!, SEtfil
C. Brewer & Cof t,oo,ooo,to.ooolfi.ooo,Gooj
Am Sug'rCo As
AmSuCo p'd up
Haw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Sujr Co
Honomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
750.000 1 j.000
u 5,000 1.750
J 1 3.000
KonaSCo td uk
tm am f.onc
Oahu S (p'd up) 1,800,000 18 000
Ml 10 1,000,00010,000
Otowalu Corn'y 150,0001,500
t'aaunau a ruo 5,000,000100,000
Kaclne au Mill 500,000 5,000
Pala Ptant'n Co 750,000 7,500
PepeekeoSuCo 750,000 7,500
P oneerAl II Co i.iK.oooii.aec
1, 500,01 '015,000
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co1
Inter-Is S N Co
Haw'n Elec Co,
Mutual Tele Co
" p'd up
Haw Gov,6per c
Oahu Ry&L Col
5 Honokaa Suejar Co , 995; 95 Honokaa Sugar
Co , 300 900 Kona Assessable. 35: 30 Haw'n Sugar,
9 to 15 Haw'n Sugar. 735; 10 American Sugar, 160;
18 Walluku, 335.
DIVIDENDS DUE TO-DAY.
Dividend of i per cent on Kahuku, payable Men. 31,
C. Brewer & Co., per ctnt.
Ewa, 3i percent.
Walmea, 1 rer cent.
-Hawaiian Sugar. 9 per cent.
I'ala, 3 per cent.
Haiku, 9 per cent,
Hawaiian Agricultural, iY per cent, April 1st,
Honokaa, i'A per cent April 1st,
Assessment on Kona, delinquent March 31st,
77ttJ Bulletin, 75c per month.
The Bulletin can satisfy
all your WANTS. It has
established a W A N T
Are you in search of anything? 1
Have you lost anytningr
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Tfeml Hlo-linl Rtnllnn. Mnr
31,1 ptn Wvnthcr clear, wind llf-lit
Weather Iturcnti, Punabou. Mar 31.
Tumneraturo Morning mltilinuui,
72; Mltlilay maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer. Oam, 30.13. Heavy.
Rainfall, tlo, .00.
Humidity at 9 a m 55 percent.
Dew l'olnt 50 F.
a m. p.m.
Wednewlny.. .. 20
Thursday ......... 30
Friday ..31, 7.20. 0.0:
'p. in. I
8 35 I. -15
Tho Standard tlmewhltitluHouixhnt
12h. Oin. (K (mlilnlKlit), Orccnwleh
lime, which Im Hi. 30m. p. m. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Thuraday, Mar 30.
Kauai, Bruhn, from La
Friday, Mar 31.
Stmr Noeau, Pedorsen,
U 8 T S City of Puehla.
from Ban Francisco.
Stmr James Makeo, Tullett,
Kapua; an ungsHUKi.r.
Am HChr A M llaxter, Marshall,
from Everett; 31,716 pen rout-li lum
ber, 27.253 pea drt-sautl lumber, Cl2
bdlslatiia and 2017 buii'hes of shin
gles. O S S Mariposa, Hay ward, from the
Thursday, Mar 30.
Stmr Nocau, Pcdcrscn, for Laha
lua. Nor ship Hercules, Tollason,for tho
Friday, Mar 31.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Makaweli, Waimeu and Kukuha at 6
OSS Marlpnin, Hay ward, for San
Francisco at 0 p 111.
Stmr Jaini's Makee, Tullett, for
Ivupua nt 4 p 111.
From the Colnnien, nor OSS
Mnriposn, Mnr 31--J Shand nucl
Miss Lizzio Mnbolnun.
Anally got away
The U 8 nnval
ooal barco i?
coaling the Cuiloso.
The Nooho. will probably sail
for Hamakna tomorrow morning.
Tbo J B Thomas has hiulod
alongside tho Fort etroot whitrf to
Tho Alamoda brought 100 cs
whihkoy, GO cs medicine, G cs dry
t-onds, 2 cs naddlory, 1 cs eilvor-
wure, zia bks potatoes, tioo cs
onions, G cs oheoso, 1 os curios, 4
09 proiorves, 2 ca odvortisiuc; mat
tor, 53 cs wiues and 1 cs drapery
onnsigucd to tho following: V G
Irwin & Oo, F A Sohaefor & Co,
U W Macfarlane, T H Daviea &
Co, F W McOliosney & Sons, H
May & Co a'ud E H Hitcbcock.
Mnrlpoai In Part.
The Mariposa arrived in port
and hauled alongside the Oceanic
wharf at about 11 a m today.
Purser Fulcher reports as follows:
bolt Bydney, Maroii I5tu at JU: 0
p m; Auckliud 20 h at 2:32 u in.
and Apia 21th at 4:37 p m; i.rriv-
etl in Honolulu as above. Murcb
1G, at 0:50 a m, passed bark Jobu
Eua Htnl five mnated sobr "Inua."
Experienced fine wotthor and
liulit winds to tho equator. Tlienco
to port, very strong N E traded.
Chance of Pursers.
0 M Walton is no longer purser
of tho Mariposa, having aoceptod
a inoro luorativo position in a
husiuoss hoaso in Sydnoy. 0 M
Fuluhor, the new parser, ia au
old band at the business. He
has boon in O S S aod O & O 8 S
boats before. Tbo BULLETIN is
very much indobted to Mr Fal
ober for lato news favors from
Do you WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Horse?
Do you WANT a Room?
Do you WANT a Husband?
Do you WANT a Cook?
Do you WANT a Bicycle?
Do you WANT a Girl?
Do you WANT a China Boy?
Do you WANT a Wife?
Do you WANT a Good Time?
Do you WANT Health?
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I Our Reputation
Is made by selling good Shoes at Honest Value.
As a good and up-to-date dresser will be made by allowing us to
fit you. The Snappiest, Most Stylish Things In the market :
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI BALS $$ oo
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VrCI CONGRESS 5 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALF, EXTENSION 5 00
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
MAN1L REBELS MASSING
Now York, Mureh 24. A dis
pajeh to tho World from Manila
The rebels aro beayily maB-ed
in the trenches opposite our liuf s
oa tho north. This evidently
comes from a belief on the part
of Aguinldo that a blow is to bo
struck very soon at Malolos, his
Prisoners who have been
brought in within tho Inst twenty
four hoars suy that tbo rebols
have the "last ditch" feeling, and
will mnko tho moat decisive stand
they have yet taken. The eocoud
Iido of defense oocupied by tbo
rebels forces U botwoen San Ma
teo and Mannaliches. Theroaro
row' of trenches there, and tbe
ndvance of oar troops can only be
step by Btup, with a roaiHtanco to
be pxp cted at every trench.
Tbo weather now is most favor
nblo, and there are only eighty
live men reported in the hospital.
TL troop, under Central Mo
Arthur holding tho stroup lines to
the north aro provided with shel
ter to keep off tho sun, nud a
they hnvi no marching to do mid
are not oxpo'bd they aro goner
ally very healthy.
Will Oo to 111 Motintnlna.
iManiln, Marcu V.4. u:Vi5 p. tn.
Two SpaniBh prisouors, who
esenped from Polo to tbe linos of
the Kansas regiment, report that
tbe Filipinos have concentrated
their forces at Malabon nod Polo
They add that only Apuinaldo'd
body-guards aro at Maloloo, and
that the robol loaders apparently
intend to stake their fortunes on a
fiKht nt Malabon, where it was ex
pected an engagement would tako
place yesterday. If defeated, it
is further adsortod, tbo robols in
tend to disperse to the swamps
and mountnius. They are putting
their "bolos ' in front, helievinc
that tbo "bolomenV charm will
avert the bullets. Tho bolos of
the Filipinos greatly outnumber
the riflos in thoir bands. Tho
rebels aro further said to have
admitted that tboy cannot with
stand the Amorican sholls and
Ilia escaped Spaninds' oorro
boiiued tbe stories told of food
Hhor.iyo among tbe rebels, and
they added that tho hospitals aro
short of supplies.
There waa a medium sizd con
gcgrttion at the holy week union
Horviee in Central Union church
lecture room last night Rov. V.
A. Gardner was tin only sppnker
of the evening. It -v. W. M. Kin
cid conduoteil tb doctrinal exer
oiBes. This evening a communion
service will bo bold iu the main
auditorium of Central Union
chuioh. Rev. Q. L. Peuison,
pautor of tho Methodist Epieoopal
church, will deliver tho address
Rev. Messrs. Galick, Kincaid and
Gardner will Borve tbe tables, as
sisted by Messrs. A. F. Judd, H.
WaWbouBe, John McToggart, 0.
B. Riploy, Wm. M. Toinpleton
and J. N. Taggard.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its col
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AUCTIONEER AND j?
t 33 Queen 6tr.. 1 '
The undersigned offers for s lie a v. 1
able parcel of Land on the south. ' .
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts. ;, "
The property has a frontage of 54 fee
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller SL. t ,,
Area 4790 sq. ft. "''
There are two cottages on the pro..; .
one of which Is now rented forjss
month. ' ,
For further particulars .' J
Apply to , ',
JAS. F. MORG (
1170 33 tjueen 3'
I. Farm at llamakua.... I
9. SOLD. '
I. SOLD. &.
4. SOLD. ?
5. SOLD. ,.f
6. A 40-rnnm Logins House, 19-ytar lease, '
7. Laree lot at Malklkl ...1
8. lis acrts codec land, Kona ."?)
10, Lot H acre near town ,
II. Comerlot center o( town v
t. House and Lot, Punahou ,,,,
14. Large Lot and good Pajtnc Bislness, ..
ij. Larce Lot, Patama, nearly H acre
6. Lot 5ax.1ao.wlth dwelling house.Quirry St
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolftce Lane, - llonol
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