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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APEIL 8, 189D.
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9 OF NO ADVANTAGE.
"We cannot advise a Westminster subscriber to proceed with Ills scheme
at all. He has got 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' Magazine, April 14, ISSi.
"We must abide by the advice we gave a Westminster subscriber In our
last number. We do 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
vention." Mechanic' Magatine, April 21, 1S32.
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 18J2 had "wheels" and never knew it.
COLUMBIAS and RAMBLERS at the store of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and llnmnlcr Agonto.
iflCAGO DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES &?
PAINLESS EXTRACTION GDARANTEED.
Crown and Bridge Work, from S5.
Plates, from S7.50.
Gold Fillings, from Si.
Silver and Bone Fillings, from 50 cents.
Extraction, 50 cents.
OFFICE HOURS : 9.A. M. TO 5 P. M., AND 7 TO 8 P. M.
(00111 7, Model Building, Fort and Beretania Streets.
JDST LANDED, EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO., LTD.
Coyne-Me tirten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolc, Fort & Beretania. Sts.
Stylish and Up-to-date Faroitnre and Upbolstery.
liedroom Suits; Box Couches, with spring to open something new: Chiffoniers,
ookcases, Sideboards; Best Odorless Feathers, Hair, Moss and Floss for Mattresses
and Pillows. Woven Hair Mattresses, Extension Tables, Fancy Tables, Chairs and
looters, Window Shades and Rugs.
A large assortment of Upholstered Goods, Art Ticking, Cords and Gumps; also
Tents for camping out, 9 ft. by 12 ft.
ye make Awnings to order; large stock of plain and striped Duck just arrived. We
are now belter prepared to do all kinds of Upholstering and Mattress Making to order.
Repairing and Renovating. First Class Workmanship at Reasonable Prices.
Telephone 928 Progress Block Fort and Bertanla Sts.
WAS. S. DDSKV PROPRIETOR
XF. POST MANAGER
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
t hungry Jake!
Ceferal Admission 25c and 10c
KerveJ Chairs 50c
534 FORT ST.,
-Near comer of Chaplain Law
Cleaning and Repairing al Short Notice,
and In tl.e li.l unsslM. manner
Subscribers for shares In the Nlulll Su
gar Company, Limited, are requested to
call at the offices of Henry Waterhouse
and Company, Queen street, on or before
Thursday, April 6th, 1809, and pay for
their subscriptions. 'All subscriptions not
paid for at the expiration of this time will
Office Purch. & Depot Commissary,!
Honolulu, H. I., March 25, 1899. J
There will be sold at nubile auction,
April s. 1800. at 10 o'clock a.m.. at the
Subsistence Store House, on Fort street:
51,410 7-10 pounas ot liour.
Buyers will be required to remove
stores on date of sale.
PHILIP M. LYDIG.
Capt. and C. S., U. S. Vols., Purchasing
California & Oriental
"$. $. darm&iithBDii'B"
Will sail for
On op about April 10th.
For Freight, apply to
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Agts.,
1184-td Judd Building.
Thoro will 1)0 a mooting of tho
Woman's Hoard of Missions nt
tho Central Union Churou at 2:30
p, m., lueHUuy, Apill 4.
VVS4. ' '' column wilt bt inserted ml I $eent$
VjSS a line fir tt insertion to centt second inset
tton jo ctntt a week and a etntt a month. 7bit it Ibt
cheapest advertising ever offered tbe people of Honolulu,
POR SALE-HORSK, PHETON rU HARNESS
L. U. HAMILTON.
PPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN l-tsland-bred
W. G. Irwin dairy.
C. W, Macfarlane.
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire nt the
1 or runner particulars inquire or
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart, Fort St. noi-tf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable (or chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 100?
D EST .j cent meal In town,
Trv It and be con
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
rO LET-A NICILY TURNISIIED COTTAGE.
1 Arply to Q. II. BERREY, Bulletin office. 118J
rO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright's
Villa, April 1st. J.P. IIAYWARD,Mgr.ti8o-tw
TO LET Sail Boats to li t by the day 1 r hour.
Thev are comfortable and safe. Apt ly to Jani
tor llealanl Boat Club. mj-im
ANTED To rent unfurnished cottage, or two or
inrett rooms, j, a. tnisumce. iibj-iw
Wnni t-u tv Kin ui uiiiui msiieu iirvina vi m
cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address Dox 767.
Post Office. it8o-tw
tl IAktTIr T. on at I A At a (.af.l.ji.l AAa .m
ANTEO-rirt-c1as BARBER wanteJ. Good
wages. Apply JCXHb, Tort street. 1180-iw
WANTED Tlve Messenger Bnys, at once. Apply
' V American Messenger Service, corner Motel and
Alakea Streets. ti6i-tf
U ANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
years past Bookkeeper for Hamakus Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co., desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference: Messrs Theo. If.
Davles & Co., Ltd.. Honolulu. n6fim
LOST A '00 model Tribune enamelled black No.
it.ti. Return to Bulletin Office and receive re
I OST Along waterfront, scarf pin with two dta-S-
monda and an ooal. Reward 'uoon retumlnp
same to Bulletin office. inj-if
COUND Pouch containing Bicycle outfit. Owner
can have same by calling at tht Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
INVKSTldATION AT KA.HUKU.
Doputy Marshal Ohillingworth
arrived back from Kahuku San
dfly afternoon, after finishing the
work of getting evidenoo in tbo
matter of the rooent trouble bo
twoon the Chinese und Japanese.
Another Japanese, supposed to
liavo boon implicated in the affair,
was arretted and brought to tliB
cily. Ohillingworth took charge
of tbo Ohinamnn who wns stabbed
in tho lungs and brought bim to
tbo eity. Ho was put in the hos
pital along with the others who
were wounded in tho fracas. The
chances aro that ho will recover,
thanks to tho caro given him by;
ut. nuuert vooa. ah tno pa
tieuts at tho jail aro getting along
in pood sbupe.
While Detect ivo Eanpa was at
Kabuka, be caused tbo arrest of a
native who, during the oxcitemout
of tho fight between tho Chinese
and Japanese, Btolo watches and
other valuables from tho Chinese
quarters. Tht mau was sent up
on two different charpos which
will keep bim in jail for six
Whilo tbo police were pursuing
thoir investigations they found a
lot of clubs covored with blood, as
well as n queue that bad been
tikon off closQto tho hoad of some
A D.naeron. Practice.
While no ono would think of
objocting to tho practice recently
taken up by natives, of fishing
along tho sea wall in tbo viciuity
of the new powder mauazino out
side of Knkaako, there is one
thing in connection therewith that
should be condemned. At night
time tuo natives take lanterns
along with them and aro not very
particular as to bow they leave
these around The other night
one was capsized and tun oil, run
ning out directly to tho powder
magazine, took firo. Fortunately
(hero was no powder in the maga
zine at tho time.
Pell Out the Window,
An old whito man called in at
the Governmont dispensary this
morning to get treatmont for tho
grip, rio was told to go into the
drug room and wait whilo the
medicine was being put up. While
sitting in tho back window, he
fainted and fell out on a carnage
box below. This broke the
fall. There was a slight concus
sion to tho spine. The man was
sent to bis homo in the patrol
Tl). Propoted Hh.nt.
Nothing has yet been heard by
(Jo. Ki of tbo ouallene for a twen
ty man shoot from Co. 13 but tbo
men of the former company need
have no foar, for they will boar
from U in a very short time,
Co. 0 has not boon doing muoh of
lato but thoy will havo to get to
For additional Shipping New see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Apr
3, 1 p in Weather clear, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Punabou. Apr 3.
Temperature Morning minimum,
01; Midday maximum, HI.
(Barometer corrected for gravity. .06.)
Barometer, Oam, 30.03. Steady.
Rainfall, do, .01.
Humidity at 0 a m 01 percent.
Dew Point 02 F.
Saturday, April 1.
Stmr Klnau. Clarke, from Maul and
Hawaii ports; 312 bags potatoes, 82
bags corn. 30 bags codec, 85 bdls
hides, 180 head shot d, 87 head hogs 25
head cattle, 3 bulls, 2 horses, 110 pkgs
Stmr Maui, Freeman, from Kukal
au. Sunday, April 2.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from
Maul ports; OHIO bags sUgar, 425 bags
potatoes, 143 bags corn, 2H hides. 60
iieail cattle, 30 hojs, 154 pkga sundries.
Stmr Kcauhoti, Mosher, from La
liulnn; 3518 bags RUgar to H Uackfold
Stmr W O Hall, Haglund, from Ka
uai ports; 0201 bags of sugar to H
Haekfold & Co.
Ktmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Ku
kulbaelc: 5000 baus sucar to F A
Schaefor & Co.
Ant hlc Kdward May,uackhus, from
Newcastle: 1308 tons coal to Alexand
er & Baldwin.
Stmr iA'htia, Bennett. from Molokal
and Laiiul; 1800 bags sugar to W U Ir
win v (JO.
Monday, April 3.
Stmr James Makeo, Tullott, from
Kapaa; 2582 bags sugar.
Monday, April 3.
Br bk Wllllseott, Poabody, for San
VESSELS leaving: TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 12 m.
Stmr walalealc, Orccn, for KUau
ca and naiiamaulu at 4 p m.
Stmt Mlohana, Thompson, for Ka
uai ports at 4 p m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for La
halna and Kuanapall at 4 p m.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, forllonokaa
and Kukulbaolo at 4 p m.
StmrCIaudlne, Cameron, for Maul
ports, at 6 p m.
Stmr Lt'liua, Bennett, for Molokal
anil Lanal at 6 p 111.
BtmrWU Hall, Haglund, ror Bic
wlllwlll, Hanumaulu, Koloa, Eleele
and Hanapepo at 6 p 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Doric duo April 11, is
next steamor from tho Coast.
Tho transports Cleveland and
City of Fuebla will both sail to
morrow. The Williscott sailed for San
Francisco today with a full cargo
The Diamond Head is taking
sugar from tbo W Q Hall at tbo
Tho Lehua did not got back un
til Sunday. Sho will sail again
on Tuesday instead of Monday.
The schooner Waialua came in
Saturday and will sail for Hanalei
and Ealihiwai tomorrow after
noon at 4.
Tho bark Edward May came in
from Newcastle Sunday forenoon
She has 1H0S tons of coil for AIox
andor & Baldwin.
There wore 47,250 bags of sugar
loft on Kauai when the W Q Hall
left Saturday. H M was in the
lead with 16,000. Fair weather on
Kauai. ' '
The Keauhou reports tbo
schooner Metha Nelson becalmed
five miles from Labaina, coal
Indon from Newcastle with foro
The Jamos Makee came in this
morniog. She reports loading
sugar at Kapna on ounday with
tho asaiatanco of Japanese labor
ers from Kealia plantation.
Tbo Iwalani from Hamakna re
ports 10,0000 H S Co and 2000 P
8 M .sugar left. Strong trades
alone Hamakua with freqnent
showers. Ilouuh weather on Knu
coast. HA Co, 12,500 bags left.
Tho Archer sailed for San Fran
cisco from Hilo March 31, with
sugar fiora the following planta
tions: Honomu, 5552 bags; For
tngnoso Sucar Mill Co, 0489 baus;
Onoroea, 10,441 bans; total, 82,485
bags, valued at $107,447.78.
A sailor of the steamer Hawaii
was drowned of Fopoekoo Thurs
day. The crew was washed out
of the boat by a heavy sea and tbo
sailor, being stunned by striking
on tbo rooks, sank and was lost.
The body was recovered later.
ArrlrOU and Departures.
Arrivaln Maroh 22, slip Star of
Franco, Ohoraainns from Hono
lulu; 23, eohr llepoat, Port Town-
sond from Honolulu; 24, U&Uo
S Doric, S F from Honolulu.
Departures Maroh 21, S S Eli
ha Thompson, Soattle for Hono
lulu; U B 8 Adams, S F for Ho
nolulu, via Magdaloua Day.
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 V1CI BALS fc 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI CONGRESS 5 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALF, EXTENSION 5
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
Wanta a Trial.
A negro from the ship O F Sar
gont, locked up by order of the
captain of tbo vossol sevHrnl days
ago, is complaining about the do
lay in his trial. It 18 claimed that
tho negio bit two mou on tho
ship. He claims to bo a British
Wailuku, April 1 Knhulni
harbor has nover been so crowded
with vessels as it wax on Wednes
day of this week when no less
than nino vessels, two islaud
Bteamers and seven merchantmen,
wore quartered within Kabului
harbor, and three other vorboU
wero cruising outsido unable to
There aro no vessels at Hana,
although Bomo are expooted.
Tbes choonersMetba Nelson and
H P Crocker arrived at Kahului
during tho woek with coal from
Australia. Pilot English will take
thorn today to anobor at Labaina
until Kahulai harbor is ready to
receivo tbem. Mr English consi
ders that it is better for these ves
sels to bo safely anoboied at La
baina until their turn comes rather
Ibau to romain outsido of Kabu
lui. Some of tbo vessels which
havo been cruising of? tho harbor
for weeks Dast camointo tho har
bor to obtain water and supplies,
and after receiving them were
ordered out again to give room for
the Claudino to oomo in today.
Tbo Albert Meyer left this week
with sucar for nan l'rancifco.
Cargoes for Kibei plantation aro
landed at Kahului and taken over
land on tbo tram.
All bills against the firm of P. J. Voeller
& Co. must be presented to L. H. Dee,
P. O. Box No.6j2. n85-lw
Lodge Le Progro3 de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. A A. S. KITE.
Thcro will bo a special meeting of
Lodge Lo Progrea No. 124, A. and A. S.
llito, at Its hall, Masonlo Toniplo,
TO-MOltUOW (Tuesday) EVENING,
April 4th, 189!), at 7:30 o'clock.
WOltK IN SECOND DEGREE.
Membora of Hawaiian Lodgo, Vuclflo
Ijoul'O anil all visaing uremren are cor
dially Invited to bo present.
By order of tho it. V. M.
1185 H. G. CRAH1JE, Secretary.
There will be a meeting of the subscrib
ers of the stock of the NIULU SUGAR
COMPANY, Limited, at the offices of
Henry Waterhouse & Co., Queen street,
on Tuesday, the 4th Instant, at 9 o'clock
a. m., for the following purposes :
(1). For organization.
2). For the electlon,of officers.
(3). For the agreement upon articles of
(4). For the transaction of any other
business which may be brought before the
On and after April 6th, 1809, all malls
for the Island of Oahu will close dally
(Sundays excepted) at the Honolulu Post-
office at 8:4; a. m.
JOS. M. OAT,
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
33 Queen Street
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretania and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretania St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for f 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
117G -31 Queen Stv--.v
' ' " -S'l,-
1. Farm at Hamakua ...S 6,o
6. A 40-room Lodging House. 11-ycar lease, j,ooa
7. Larce lot at Malklkl io.oo
t. 175 acres coSee land, Kona . j.oo
10. Lot S acre near town.,,, i.joei
II. Comerlot center ot town io,m
i). House and Lot, IMnahou i,oe
14. Larte Lot and good Paylne Business.... ii.oo
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly J4 acre ,ooo
16. Lot sojtiao.wllh dwelling house.Quarry St :p
For further particulars apply to
G Postof flee Lane, - lionoluls.
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By tho Quaker Medicine Co.,
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Ohanno of Frogram Nightly I 1170