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EVENING BDLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, APB1L 7, 1899.
of hardware comes in handy these days when new planta
tions are starting up on every island, for they all must have,
Hoes, Picks, and Mattocks, Handles, Plows, Fence Wire, Sta
ples, Wire and Manila Rope, Nails and Spikes, Pitch, Tar and
Oakum, the Blacksmith the Carpentar and the Engineer on
each estate must have his kit of tools and to make every thing
run smooth TROPIC OILS must be used.
We sell all these things and hundreds of others that are need
ed daily on every plantation.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and llamblcr Agents.
GMCAGO DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES JMS &7
PAINLESS EXTRA0TI0H GDARANTEED.
Crown and Bridge Work, from $5.
Plates, from S7.50.
Gold Fillings, from S 1 .
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.
Soom7, Model Building, Fort and Beretania Streets.
JIIST LANDED, EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES 4 CO., LTD.
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Blools., Fort & Beretania Sts.
Stylish and Up-to-date Furniture and Upholstery.
Bedroom Suits; Box Couches, with spring to open something new: Chiffoniers.
Bookcases, Sideboards; Best Odorless Feathers, Hair. Moss and Floss for Mattresses
wd Pillows, Woven Hair Mattresses, Extension Tables, Fancy Tables, Chairs and
Rockers, 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.
SVe make Awnings to order; large stock of plain and striped Duck just arrived. We
are now better prepared to do all kinds of Upholstering and Mattress Making to order.
Repairing and Renovating. First Class Workmanship at Reasonable Prices.
Telephone 92s Progress Block Fort and Bertanla Sts.
CHAS. S. DESKY PROPRIETOR
IF. POST MANAGER
Amateur Night !
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
Comedy Sketch by Jim Post,
Going to - the - Luau !
To-morrow, 2 p. m,
IOc. and 25c.
P General Admission. 2V. and yx.
Laji !. rows (or ChllJren under ta ears, ioc.
ifiSiSusr ringing up Telephone ,40.
According to the new by-laws adopted
at the adjourned special meeting of the
Onomea Sugar Company, held April 5th,
1899, the following officers will serve until
September 30th, next.
J. B. Atherton, President.
P. C. Jones, Vice-President.
O. M. Vesper, of San Francisco, Second
Geo. H. Robertson, Treasurer.
D. G. Alexander, of San Francisco,
VV. A. Bowen, Secretary.
E. F. Bishop, Director.
E. D. Tenny, Director.
T. Richards Robinson, Auditor.
The foregoing, will constitute the dlrec
torate of the Onorrea Sugar Company.
W. A, BOWEN,
Secretary Onomea Sugar Company.
Honolulu April 5th, 1899. ii87-iw
All those claiming lots under deeds or
receipts In the Oahu Cemetery are reques
ted to present evidences of their title to
David Dayton, Secretary, at his office on
Merchant street, on or before April 15th,
All unsettled contracts or unclaimed lots
will be sold as provided under charter of
Per orJer of Boird of Trustees.
A nnniror o' rnon in the Zca
landia woie iu the thickest of the
' battle of El Coney.
Vj3sf.i. In Iblt column will ht inurlit at it emit
r"3 a limjiril inurtion; la ctnli ucond inur
lion; fo dull tvtlk tnd O tints a month. 7 tit it Itt
ctmptil aJwtittnt tvtr offirti Ibi ftofU of Honolulu.
WANTED-A Respectable YOUNG LADY WAN
TRESS. New England Bakery, Hotel street.
WANTED To tent (or single gentleman a Tur
nUhfJ Cottage, near business pinion o( city.
"FP'y " uuneirn omce. ubo-iw
UANTED-Flve or sl neat si
vv LeVanway'a, 7 J lleretanla
sempstresses, at Mine.
WANTED A Single UucrV In good condition,
Address T, Bulletin office. n86-)t
WANTED To rent un(umlshed cottage, or two or
three rooms, J, S this Office. n8)-iw
WANTED To rent 1 or j unfumkhed rooms or a
cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address Box 767,
Post Office. 1180-iw
ANTED First-Class HARDER wanted. Good
wages. Apply JLH-b, Fort street itso-iw
WANTED Five Messenger Boys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, corner Hotel and
Alakea Streets. 1161-H
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
years past Bookkeeper (or llamakua Mill Co ,
and Kukafau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly (or a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference: Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. nti-im
rffnCA rOR SALE lmrrocd Lot 100 feet square.
ifrlV at "KaDihulu.' Walklkl: Inclowd by a
picket fence; land cleared, between 4 and (eet allu
vial soil; good well of clear water; sanded driveway;
trees, grapevines and flowering plants doing well;
surie anj carriage noute, cemfmej iioor; servants
quarter; pig pens, roofed anj floored; troughs, etc.
Apply L. l, u.
, Bulletin office.
SALE-HORSE. PHOTON and HARNESS
L. U. HAMILTON. Telephone No.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-lsland-bred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W. G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W. Macfarlane. n)i-lf
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to II. O. Blart, Fort St. noj-tf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable (or chapel or residence. Oere-strom
Music Co.. Fort street.
EST 15 cent meal In town. Try It and b con
vinced. Llnd s bxcelslor Restaurant. 1041
NICELY TURNISIIED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board, Best locality; trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 511 Beretania
street, next uiry reea store. iibo-jw
A GOOD COTTAGE TOR RENT. CHEAP. Also
" rooms at $6 $8. $10. Sra Der month! clean and
comfortable. EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu St. 1186
rO LET-A NIC1LY FURNISHED COTTAGE.
I Apply to Q. II. IIERREY, Bulletin oftice. 118s
PO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright'
I Villa. April tst. J.P. HAYWARD.Mgr.i8o-iw
TOLLT Salt Boats to lit by the day ir hour.
They are comfortable and safe. Api ly to Jani
tor Healanl Boat Club. mj-im
LOST A '0? model Tribune enamelled black No.
to.sji. Return to Bulletin Office and receive re
I OST Along waterfront, scar! pin with two dla-
monds and an opal. Reward upon returning
same to Bulletin office, sm-tl
FOUND Pouch containing Bicycle outfit. Owner
can have same bv calling at the Evenlnc Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
Tho Knhtiku Japanese.
Tho Japanoso ooncornod in tho
recent trouble at Knhukn, appear
ed bpforo Judgo Wilcox in tbo
ivistnot (Jourt yesterday nftornoon.
Warrants bad been served on
them jast a short timo previous.
Iho following were cuargod with
riottDg: Okabasbi Sbataro, Sa
saki Taskichi, Uraemoto Eiziro,
Hamndn, iinmnmoto Xsaosaburo,
Nisbimura, Murnmoto Yosuito,
Tanaka Seiziro, Abo Seikicbi,
Nisbimoto Yusuki, Tanomura To-
kicbi, Ynnamon Takotaro, Knta-
yama Kakuicbi, Tamafuzi Eitaro,
Miumurn Uacbikoi, Tsukauala
and Igada, (17 in all). Yanaano
(No. 204), Chida Manjabaro (No.
332), IbBra (No. 13, and Oaaki
Maukicbi (No. 14) hto charged
with murder in the first degroe,
and Uanjiro and Jbujunoto JNiboi
with boing nccoeeorica boforo tho
faot to tbo crime of murder in the
first dogroe. There nro tbreo
cbarces of murdtr against Ynma
i)0, Iharn and Fujunoto Nibni.
The plea of defendants was re
served and the case continued to
April 11. A. Q. M. Robertson for
defoueo,a W. O.Smith assisting
THE BREW OF OLYMPUS.
THE "HOFFMAN." corner of Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, claims to be the
"Banner" resort for gentlemen and holds
the flag. L. H. Dee, the proprietor, has
attained success In his line, bv specially
supervising everything connected with his
establishment. He now introduces to his
patrons "Olympla Beer." This brew is
from the 'Capital Brewing Co." of
Olympla, the capital of the State of
Washington, and was received by the
"Garonne." Mr. Schmidt, the leading
spirit of this corporation Is a practical
Chemist and Brewer, and after years of
search and Investigation located his plant
at Olympla, on account of the peculiar vir
tues of the water of the Turn Falls, a
stream that Is noted for its distinctive qui
titles of clearness, coldness and lack of
mineral and decaying vegetable impurities.
Pure beer can only be made with pure
water, and Turn water is traditional In
Washington with the Indians and original
white settlers. The "Olympia Draught"
is under the special control and agency of
Mr. Dee and he Invites his patrons and
friends to a personal test and is willing to
abide by their judgment on the merits of
his latest venture.
For additional Shipping News see xventh page,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Apr
7, 1 p m Weather linzy, wind high
Solir Choa Hansen, lumber ladon,
Weather Bureau, Punabou. Apr 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
00) Midday maximum, 74.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06.)
Barometer, 0 am, 30.01. Rising.
Rainfall, do, 0.13.
Humidity at 9 a 111 03 percent.
Dew Point 59 F.
Thursday, April 0.
Br bk Addcrly.Llndforf, 71 tlysfiom
Newcastle; 1700 tons coal to Castle &
Am schr Metba Nelson, Rice, 43
days from Newcastle, via Kabului,
April 5; 740 tons of coal to Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co.
flw schr Honolulu, Thronaglo,73 dya
from Newcastle: 1554 tons coal to I IS
Friday, April 7.
S S Garonne, Conrndl, for Seattle
at 4 p m.
Stmr Mlkabala, Thompson, for
iMaicawcu, waimca ami liuKana at 0
llw sn Star of 'Bciural, Hendeoson.
for San Francisco.
Miss a S Mornlm: Star. Garland, for
Micronesia nt 3 p 111.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Mnuua Loa, Slmcruon, for
Lalialna, Maalaea, Komi and Ktui
at 10 a m.
Mikabala for Kauai ports this
Tbo J A Oummins loft for Oahu
ports this morning,
Tho Edward May has hauled
alongside tbo Pacific Mail wharf
Tho Zoalandia will sail for
Manila tomorrow morning, as
close upon 10 o'olock as possible.
The schooner Concord is in
from Molokai with a full cargo of
firewood which she is discharging
at tho FaoiGo Mail wharf.
Obarlio Peterson, the Diamond
Head lookout, has received a now
telephono that works liko a charm.
He is vory much pleased over hia
Laborers and particularly coal
passors, are having a hard timo of
it along tho waterfront today on
account of tho frequent bard
guests of wind,
Tho S O Allen was to have been
placed on the marino railway for
a cloaning and slight repairs this
morning but the strength of tho
wind prevented her being hauled
over with safety.
Tho Tabitionno, now lying in
the stream, looks for all the world
liko a yaoht. Sbo is painted wbito
and has an awning covering the
decks from bow to stern. Tho
skipper takes prido in keeping
bor as clean as possible.
J. J. McDonald to Manila.
J. J. McDonald, formerly of the
engineers' department in tho
eteamer Einau, left for Manila in
the City of Fuebla yestorday as
assistant etigineor. Ho does not
go to remain in Manila but will
return to San Francisco in the
City of Puobla. His family will
loavo for tbo Coast in tho S O
Zealandla to tlnn Hero.
Tbo officers of tho Zoalandia aro
oxpecting to have thoir boat put
on the Australia's run botweon
San Francisco to Honolulu, wbon
tbo present trip has been com
pleted, as the latter boat will be
put on the run botween San
Francisco and tho Colonies to take
tbo places of tbo Mariposa and
Alameda that aro so badly in need
of a oleamng.
Tpnnaport Charlea Notion.
The Transport Charles Nelson
was to have left San Faanoisco the
same day as tbo Zoalandia but
when tho latter sailed, sbo bad not
yot mado a sign of departure. It
is vory probable that sbo was de
layed a day or so. Tho Oharlos
Nelson is a very slow boat but,
notwithstanding this fact, it is
vory likely that she will bo hero
before tho Doric, duo . from San
Francisco, April 11.
Usrcnlea Saltora Caught.
Tbo four sailors who deserted
from tboHeroules just before that
vossel sailed, were caught aboard
tho Bohoonor La Ninfa this morn
ing and are now at tho police sta
tion. Tbey bad beon working
aboard the vessel. Consul Schmidt
is in favor of sending the men out
of the country at tho first opportu
nity, but an attempt will bo mado
this afternoon to koop tho mou
for sailors aboard tho La Ninfa
as tboy are quiot bard working
men. If a bond of $50 a piece
will keep tbo men, this will bo
Tho La Ninfa sails at about i
o'olock this afternoon for Hawaii
ports, tboro to remain for a month
or more beforo returning to this
Is made by selling good Shoes at Honest Value.
As a good and up-to-date dresser will be made by allowing us
fit you. The Snappiest, Most Stylish Things In the market :
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI BALS $5 oo
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.
MOHNfS'O hVaR "OUT TODAY.
Tho missionary packet Morn
ing Star, in command of Captain
Garland, sails for Microuesia with
stores and provisions for tbo mis
sionaries nt 3 o'olock, or as tear
tboroafter as possiblo today. Sbo
ib fully laden and will tako along
as passengers, tho family of Cap
tain Garlund, two Marshal Isl
anders and two Gilbert Islandors.
There will bo a sorvico aboard
just provious to the departure of
Deutscher Gottesdienst am 9 April, urn
11 Uhr vormlttags In der Y. M. C. A.
Hall, durch Herrn Pastor Hanslsenberg.
The sailing time of the Steamer
"MAUNA LOA" has been postponed un
til Saturday, April 8th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
N. E. GEDGE,
Secretary I. I. S. N. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 6th, 1899. n88-2t
Election o? Officers.
At the regular annual meeting of the
Stock holders of E. Peck & Co., Limited,
held on March 31, 1899, the following
Officers and Directors were re-elected to
serve for the ensuing year.
James L. McLean, President.
W. Wolters, Vice-President.
C. C. Conradt, Secretary.
E, Peck, Treasurer and Mgr.
N. E. Gedge, Auditor.
The above officers constitute the Board
C. C. CONRADT,
Honolulu, April 7, 1899
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Bxecutors' Notice To Cred
itors. The undersigned give notice that they
nre the-duly appointed and qualified execu
tors of the last will and testament of Her
mann A. Widemann, late of Honolulu,
deceased. All persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased, wheth
er secured by mortgage or otherwise, are
notified to present the same, duly authen
ticated, with proper vouchers. If any exist,
to the undersigned at the office or F. W.
Macfarlane, in Honolulu, within six
months from the date hereof, or the same
will be forever barred.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment to
the undersigned at the office of F. W.
F. W. MACFARLANri,
J. M. DOWSETT,
Executors of the Will of Hermann A.
Wo arc in the Field to Stay
and can give you
to that effect. We have built up a
business second to none in the
city. We have the finest line of
On The Way
from the States that ever came to
If you are thinking
of purchasing a Kodak or Camera
do not do so until you have seen our
THE LeMUNYON PHOTO
Love Building, Font Street.
33 Queen Street
THTJliSDAY, April 13, '09
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the store formerly occupied by Voeller
& Co., comer of Hotel and Fort streets,
I will sell at Public Auction,
5 BALES OF ELEGANT TURKISH
AND PERSIAN RUGS.
Articles will be on view on Tuesday,
April nth, and Wednesday, April 12th.
JAS. T. MORGAN,
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,
'17G 33 Queen St.
1. Tarn at llamakua ,,,J J0o
4. SOLD. -s ;
6. A 40-room Lodging House, 11-year lease. 5,00.
7. Larce lot at Malklkl,.., 0,0c
8. us arret coffee land, Kona 3,0c 1
0. SOLD i
10, Lot H acre near town 1,50.
it. Corner lot center of town 10,00.
i). House and Lot, Punahou 1,000
14. Large Lot and good Paying Business.. ., ta.ooo
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly i acre 4,00a
16. Lot ;oxiao,wlth dwelling house.Quarry St t.joo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postoltlce Lone, Honolulu.
Free Concert Nightly
By the Quaker Medicine Co.,
Con.VEn oi Tout and Behhtamia Sts.
Cuauiro of Program Nightly I 117 9