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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APBIL 8, 1899.
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Our Heavy Stock
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 Humbler Agonta.
OMIGAGO DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES fcs?!? &?
PAINLESS EXTRACTION GDARAHTEED.
Crown and Bridge Work, from $5.
Plates, from $7-S-
Gold Fillings, from $1.
Silver and Bone Fillings, from 50 cents.
Extraction, 50 cents.
OFFICE HOURS : 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M., AND 7 TO 8 P. M.
Room 7, Model Building, Fort and Beretanla Streets.
JUST LAUDED. EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN,
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
gW Jj. in this column wilt fa inserted f t$cents
WIS line first insertion; to etntt second inter'
tion; jo cents a uttk and o cents a month, Ibxs is tbt
cheapest Advertising ever off ere J the people of Honolulu.
l ANTED Competent and reliable representative
' to handle In Hawaii our extensive fine line of
Calendars, ued for advertising purposes and souv
enirs during the holidays. Address, with recommen
datlons from local or U.S. banVs or business houses.
so that ir satisfactory, samples nay I Immediately
AMU, UAbl UANK-NU1K AND LI-
St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED To rent for single gentleman a Fur
nkheJ Cottage, near business pinion of city.
Apply W., Bulletin office. 1180-iw
IJANTED rive or sit neat sempstresses, it Mme
vv LeVanway's, T) Deretanla street 1187.1v
ANTED A Single Hue sty In good condition.
Address i. iiuiietin omce. iteo-jt
ANTED To rent unfurnished cottage, or two or
three rooms. J. a., tnisumce. nnfiw
WANTED To rent s or j unfurnished rooms or
cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address Box 767,
Post Office. 1180-iw
ANTED First-class IMRtlER wanted. Good
wages. Apply JEFFS, Fort street nBo-iw
WANTED Five Messenger Doys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, comer Hotel and
Alakea Streets. it6-tf
f ANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
W years past Bookkeeper tor llamakua Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long rerlod chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference: Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, ii6t-im
iffnfrv rOR SALH ImproNed Lot 100 feet square,
Or-JlV at "KDhulu.,,rWalklkl! Inclosed bv a
picket fence: land cleared, between 4 and 5 feet allu
lal soil: good well of Clearwater: sanded driveway;
trees, grapevines and flowering plants doing well,
stable and carriage house, cemented floor; servants
quarters: rig pens, roofed and floored; troughs, etc,
Apply C U D., Bulletin office. ii8o-iw
COR SALE-HORSE. PHOTON and HARNESS
HAMILTON. Telephone No.
nPTORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN l-Wand-bred
yj dairy stock, brrd to the thoroughbred sire of the
W, O. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W. Macfarlane. tiii-lf
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II, O. Blart. Tort St noflf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Bercstrotn
Music Co . Fort street
BEST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality, trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate, 51 ) Beretanla
street, next City Feed Store. ri8-;w
A GOOD COTTAGE FOR RENT, CHEAP. Also
rooms at $6. 18, S10, Sn per month; clean and
comfortable. EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu St 1186
TOLET-A NICrLY FURNISHED COTTAGE.
1 Apply to Q. II. BERREY. Bulletin office. 1185
TO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wrlght'a
Villa. April 1st J.P. HAVWARD.Mgr.n8o-iw
TO LET Sail Boats to lit by the day ir hour.
They are comfortable and safe. Api ly to Jani
tor llealanl Boat Club. im-im
I OST A 'go model Tribune enamelled black No.
" o,4). Return to Bulletin Office and receive re
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolt, Fort & Beretanla Sts.
Stylish and Up-to-date Furniture and Upholstery,
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liearoora suns; uox -uuuirs, wmi siniiig luT ,."'"".?. ""V ; n ui.-.
fi-vikcases. Sideboards: Best Odorless Feathers, Hair, Moss and Moss for Mattresses
nd Pillows, Woven Hair Mattresses, Extension Tables, Fancy Tables, Chairs and
Eockers, Window Shades and Rugs. ,,.,,
A large assortment oi upnoisiereu uoous, n i icuing, -urus aim vjumps; uiu
I OST Along waterfront, scarf pin with two dla-
monds and an opal. Reward upon returning
same to Bulletin office. im-tf
FOUND Pouch containing Bicycle outfit. Owner
can ha e same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
omce ana paving expenses.
THE BREW OF OLYMPUS.
xrt now better
Tents for camping out, 9 ft. by 12 ft.
Bepalrlng and Renovating,
We make Awnings to order; large stock of plain and striped Duck just arrived. We
repareu to uo an Kinus 01 upnoisiering anu Aiauress maxing 10 oruer.
TflE "HOFFAUN," 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, by specially
supervising everything connected with his
establishment. He now Introduces to his
patrons "Olympla Beer." This brew Is
from the "Capital Brewing Co." of
Otvmnia. the capital of the State of
Washington, and was received by the
"Garonne." Mr. Schmidt, the leading
spirit of tins 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 ot the water 01 trie I urn rails, a
stream that Is noted for Its distinctive aua
titles ot clearness, coldness ana lack or
First Class WorkmanshiD at Reasonable Prices.
Progress Block Fort and Bertanla Sts.
Election 0? 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
acrve 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, ifw
The sailing time of the Steamer
"MAUNA LOA" has been postponed un'
tlj 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
According to the new bylaws 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,
W. A. Bo wen, Secretary.
E. F. Bishop, Director.
E. D. Tenny, Director.
T.Richards Robinson, Auditor.
The foregoing, will constitute the direc
torate of the Onomea Sugar Company.
W. A, BOWEN,
Secretary Onomea Sugar Company.
Honolulu April 5th, 1809. ii87-iw
mineral and decaying vegetable Impurities,
Pure beer can onlv be made with pure
water, and Turn water Is traditional In
Washincton with the Indians and original
white settlers. The "Olympla 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 Newt see seventh page.
534 FORT ST.,
Near comer of Chaplain Lane
Gleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
aniln the best possible manner
WRNnRS AND POLISHERS of all kinds of Natlvt
Woods. lALAIIASIIt." in stocKanjio oratr.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAPAI.
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
wilt be sold as provided under charter of
Per order of Board of Trustees.
DIRECT TO THE
The British-American S,S. Line
THE S. S.
" GARONNE "
Will sail from Honolulu
About May 6!h, 1899,
For ST. MICHAELS. ALASKA, via
TACOMA and SEATTLE, with stop to
enable prospectors to outfit at either port.
The Company operates Its own vessels
on the Yukon River, and Its agents are
prepared to sell through tickets from
Honolulu direct to the Gold Fields, with
onlv one change of steamers.
The above sailing will open the season
For further information apply to
HENRY WATERUOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street General Agents,
Diamond Head Blctml Station. Aur
H, 1 p m Weather thick, wind high
Weather TUireau, Punnliou. Apr 8.
Teinnerattiro Mornlnir uiinhnuui.
00; Midday maximum, 71!.
( uarometer corrected lor gravity .oo )
Barometer. Oam. 30.12. Rlsine
uainrall. do, O.Ol.
Humidity at 9 n, m 07 percent.
Dow Point 50 V.
Saturday, April 8.
Am schr Chas Hanson. Dannerlc: 27
ilayHfrom Eurekn; 101,1100 feet lum
bor to Wilder & Co.
Btmr liclcnc. Macdonalu. from Ha
Stmr ICIIauca Hon. Mitchell, from
Stmr Walaleale. Grcon. from Maka-
Stmr Iwalanl. Qrceorv. from Ha-
Btmr Kcauliou. Mosher. from La-
UHTH Charles Nelson. Anderson.
from San Francisco.
Am schr Azalea. Fnrdellus. from
Saturday, Aprl 18.
Stmr Mauna Loa. Blnieraon, for
Lahalnn, Muulaea, Kona and Knti
Am bktno Irmirard, Schmidt, for
U S T S Zealaudla. Dowdoll. for
Einau from Maui and Hawaii
Tlio Mauna Loa took eight Vol
liao Diamond lioad is loading
suoar at the lutor-lolnuu wharf.
Tho Soindia arrivod in Ran
Francisco from Honolulu, March
Tho sohoonor La Ninfa has
boon sold by Harry Evans to John
The Alico Oooke has hauled
over to tbo Irrugard wharf to discharge.
Tho schooner fanny Aaele
snilcd from Gray's Harbor for
Kihei, March 29.
Tho Auotralm and lfobert Low
ers arrived in Han Francisco from
Honolulu, March 28.
Tho JLrnicaru sailed at noon to
day for Bau Franoisoo, taking a
full cargo of suoar.
The yacht Healani is being
cleaned and painted. A new mast
will bo put into her.
Tho James Makoe is weather
bouud at Hanatnaulu. Tho Kilo-
huna wdb loading BUgar at Ahu
Tho four deeorteis from the
Hercules have been alloned to re
main in the country. They are
now on the La Ninfa.
Soveral parties who intendod to
return to Maui and Hawaii this
forouoon changed their minds on
account of the heavy winds.
lue brie CJonsuela from Mahu-
kona and the schooner Annio M
Campboll from Honolulu, both
arrived in San Francisco, March
Tho Keauhou from Lahaina
brought :)315 bags of Bugar for H
Hnckii-ld & Oo. She roports that
Piou-1 r Mill is grinding about
1000 bags per day.
The barkontino J M Griffiths
from Hilo and tho bark Skagit
and sohoonor Maria E Smith from
Honolulu, all arrived in Fort
Townseud, March 29.
The Waialealo came in this
morning from Makawoli with 8505
bogs of Bugar for Alexander &
Baldwin and W G Irwin & Oo.
The purser roports having been
driven from Eitauea on acoount of
the heavy weathor. Wreokago
from the Edward O'Brien is being
piled up from Moloaa to Kilauoa.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, March 8 L
Kahlbaurn, V O Aohi, Mrs Ka-
mala Aioua, O 11 Collins, H ti
Gear, J Brown, Mr Yates, Lovi
Drew, W H Shipman, Mrs W H
Kobo, Miss 11 Horenson, U Abbott,
AD Wishard, W Blaisdoll. J A
McOaudless, Geo Fitoher, Father
Julian, Mrs D Center and 2 chil
dren, B D HicaB, Mrs J E Smith
and child, J 13 Smith, W ti Ma
ule and wifo, Miss Ah You.
9 AiTn PaQrmQinn 3
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 VIC1 DALS H oo
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI CONGRESS 5 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALF, EXTENSION 5 o
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
Cmnei to Honolulu nn Her llrollier'a
Invitation Only to Ule.
Miss Nollio Sturtevaut died at
tho homo of her brother, 0. Valo
Sturtevant, in Young stroot at ton
minutes after seven Thursday
night. Sho was one month over
twonty- two years of ago. Just beforo
coming to Honolulu in tho steam
er Australia, arriving hero three
weoks ago last Tuesday, Miss
Sturtevant graduated as a nurse
at tho German Children's hospital
in San Franoisco. She carried
typhoid fever in hor veins and it
laid her low within a week nfter
The case is peculiarly sad. Loft
an orphin in early childhood,
Mies Sturtevant has been affec
tionately cared for by her brothot,
now connected with Theo. H.
Davies & Co. 'a hardware branch,
until the last. Ho sent for hor
to come to Honolulu at
her graduation and sho
came only to die in his house.
Drs. Wayson and Taylor vainly
strove together to save her lifo.
Throughout her last illness, too,
sho was delirious and unconscious
by turns. Almost tho only seem
ingly rational utterances she made,
after the few days of her apparont
health, were on tbo two last days.
Sho told the nurse, on Wednesday
and Thursday, that she was "going
homo" on the latter day, prefac
ing the statement early Thursday
morning with asking if her broth
er was coming.
Tho funeral took place at 3:30
yesterday afternoon from the houso
to Makiki cemetery, a, a.. Wil
liams was the undertaker in oharge.
Rev. W. A. Gardner, pastor of tho
Christian church, conductod tho
Olaf Sorenson, Geo. Angus,
Elmo Winont, Wm. Lyle, Sam.
Lvlo and Jas. L. Locan wero tho
pall bearers. Eaoh carried a lei
of white tuberoses on one arm.
Amongst a groat many contribu
tions of ilowors was a pillow of
whito carnations, with a cross and
"O. H." for "Children's Hospital"
in red blossoms. This was an
offering from tho Bed Cross nurses
of Buena Vista hospital.
11 33 Queen Street
THURSDAY, April 13, '99
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.,
At the store formerly occupied by Voeller
Si. Co., corner 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. E. MORGAN,
The schooner Azalea from Fort
Towneond brings 433,000 feet of
lumber for 1 iters & Cooko. She
reports a gnlo outsido.
A Dividend Is due and payable to the
Stockholders of the1 Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co.. Ltd., at their office, on
Thursday, April 6th, 1809.
The Stock Books of the Comoanv will
be closed to transfers on April 6th and 7th.
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretanla 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 1 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 176 33 Queen St. -
CHAS. S. DCSKY PROPRIETOR
i. F. POST MANAGER
Honolulu, April 4th, 1809.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Vale Sturtevant take
this means of returning their grateful ac
knowledgment of the kindness shown by
many friends throughout the last Illness
and the funeral ceremonies of their late
beloved sister, Nellie Sturtevant.
I will not be responsible for any debts
contracted In my name, without my writ
S. L. HORNER.
Honolulu, April 7U1, 1899. ii9o-it
Entire Cliaojc of Program!
ANTONIO VAN GOFRE,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
Comedy Sketch by Jim Post,
Gtntfl Admission. i;c, and 50c.
Last six rows (or Children under 11 yean, soc.
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seals can be bookej by ringing up Telephone 540.
Deutscher Gottesdlenst am 9 April, urn
11 Uhr vormlttags In der Y. M. C. A.
Hall, durch Herrn Pastor Hans Isenberg.
farm at llamakua S 6,oo.
A 40-room Lodging House, n-year lease. 5,00. .
Large lot at Malklkl 10,00a
tjj acres coflee land, Kona 3,00.
Lot !i acre near tovin r.so.
Corner lot centeroftown 10,0a.
House and Lot, Punahou 1,000
Large Lot and good Paying Business.... ij.oo.
Large Lot, Palaraa, nearly H acre 4,00a
Lot soxrao.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St s, ja
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postoltice Lane, - Honolulu.
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By the Quaker Medicine (Jo.,
ConNBn op Foot and Uerota:. Sts.
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