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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, APK1L 10, 1899.
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 took 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.
Cor. Fort and Kins: Sis.
Columbia and Uatnbler Agents.
0HICAG0 DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES &7i &?
PAINLESS EXTRACTION GUARAHTEED.
Crosvn and Bridge Work, from $$.
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.
Room 7, Model Building, Fort and Beretania Streets.
JBST LAMP. EX CARHEDD LLEWELYN.
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co. Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolc, 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
d 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.
We make Awnings to order; large stock of plain and striped Duck just arrived. We
e now better prepared to do all kinds of Upholstering and Mattress Making to order.
Bepalrlng and Kenovaung,
Election o? Officers.
At the regular annual meeting of the
Stock holders of E. Peck & Co., Limited,
keld on March 31, 1899, the following
Officers and Directors were re-elected to
crve 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-
A Dividend Is due and payable to the
Stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their office, on
Thuisday, April (3th, 1809.
1 he Stock Books of the Company will
I closed to transfers on April otu ana 7U1.
Honolulu, April 4th, 1809.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ol Chaplain Laos
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
ana in tne oesi posnuie mnnr
CORHEUS AND POLISHERS of all kinds of Native
Woods. CALABASHES In stoclc and to order.
KINO STREET. NEAR ALAPAI.
& CO., LTD.
First Class Workmanship at Reasonable Prices.
Fort and Bertanla Sts.
CIIAS. S DESKY PROPRIETOR
J. F. COST MANAGER
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
Comedy Sketch by Jim Post,
General Admission, ajc. and 50c
Last six rows for Children under 11 years, roc.
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH,
TEN NEW ARTISTS
A Miracle Performed.
lady curort iu 0110 clay
deafness ot twouty-nvo years'
BtntuliDL! by tho Quaker Wonder
Vfrfelii in tbit column xvtttbt inttrttJ attfttntt
yySZm slimfint intirUon to ttntt itconJ inttr
Honf fo ttntt a u ttk and $0 ttntt a month, IHt it tbe
tbcapttt aJxtrtiting txtr offtrtJ tbtptoptt 0 Honolulu,
WANTLD To rent for single gentleman a Fur-
niMicj lounge, near business ptrtion of cuy.
Apply W Uulletln Office 1189-iw
ANTFU rive or sl neat sempstresses, it Mme.
Levanway s. t uereiania street itBftw
WANTED A Slnele Hugy In good condition,
AdJress T, Bulletin office. n86-)t
ANTED To rent unfurnished cottage, or two or
inree rooms j. a., tins umce. iibimw
XANTED To rent j or ) unfurnished rooms or a
' cotiage or 4 to 0 rooms.
Address Box j6j,
ANTED-Flrst-cUss DARtlER wanled. Gooi
wages Apply JfcH-b, iort street. ii8o-iw
ANTED Five Messenger Uoys, at once. Apply
American Messencrer Service, corner Hotel anJ
Aiaxea streets. noi-ir
W ANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
VV years past Bookkeeper for Hamakut Milt Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant lo the
Royal Nicer Co. Reference. Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co , Ltd., Honolulu. n6t-am
cJnC'A FOR SALE Improved Lot loo feet square,
VjJ at 'Kapahulu.'Wnlklkl; Inclowd by a
picket fence, land cleared, Mteen 4 and , feet allu
vial soil, good well of Clearwater; sanded driveway;
trees, grapevines and flowering plants doing well,
stable and carriage house, cemented floor, servants
quartern; pig pens, roofed and floored; troughs, etc
Aprly C L. I) , Bulletin office. li8Jlw
COR SALE-HORSE. PHOTON and HARNESS
T 0r$tao L, B HAMILTON, Telephone No
OPI-ORTUN1TY FOR DAIRYMFN I Island-bred
dalrv stock, bred tu the thornurhbred sire of the
W G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C W Mucfarlme. . mi-tf
PR SALE One SHIP.MAN ENGINE In perfect
ordrr. Apply to H. G Blart. Fort St. no -lf
A TWO-MANlMLnd Pedal Bass REED ORGN
r Suitable for chapel or residence.
Music Co , Fort street.
EST t cent meal In town. Try It anJ be con
vi nee a unai Lxcmior Kesunratu 1041.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality: trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 513 Beretania
street. net City Feed Store. nSS-jw
TO LET-A NICILY TURNISHED COTTAGE.
' Apply to 0. H. BERREY. Bulletin office; ii8j
TO I ET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright's
Villa. April 1st. J, P. HAYWARD.Mgr.ii8o-iw
TO LET Sail Boats to lit by the day ir hour,
Thy are comfortable and safe. Aptly to Janl
tor Healani Boat Club tm-tm
I OST A 9-i model Tribune enamelled black No.
- )5.5J' Return to Bulletin Office and receive re
1 OS rA'nng waterfront, scarf pin with two dla
L monds and an opal. Reward upon returning
same to Bulletin office.
FOUND Pouch containing Blcvcle outfit. Owner
can hive same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office tnd paying expenses
TUG BREW OF OLYMPUS.
THE "HOFFMAN," corner of Hotel
and Nuuar.u streets, claims to be the
"Banner" resort for gentlemen and holds
the (lac L. H. Dee, the proprietor, Ins
attained success In his line, by specially
supervising everything connected with his
establishment. He now Introduces to his
patrons "Olvmpia Beer." This brew Is
from the "Capital Brewing Co." of
Olvmnla. the capital of the State of
Washington, and was received by the
"Uaronne." Mr. scnmiiit, trie leading
spirit of this corporation Is a practical
Chemist and Brewer, and after years of
search and Investigation located his plant
at Olympia, on account of the peculiar vir
tues of the water of the Turn Falls, a
stream that Is roted for its distinctive qu v
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.
w. o. iialvs notion Tnip.
Tbe W. G. Hall had a very bnrd
timo of it in the chaunel on the
way from Kauai Saturday night
She started out iu rouih weathor
nud got it nearly the wbolo way to
Honolulu. iVlmu nUout the raid
die of tho channel, a heavy sea
slruok her port side aud, besides
smashing a part of her rail, broke
in some of tho doors, tore canvas
and made people ou that side of
the ship very uncomfortable. Homo
of the Engineers Corps wore wot to
the skin aud toaBed about ou the
deck iu a very rouuh manner.
This was not tho only mischief
done. Part of tho sea struck tho
dynamo and thero wore no lights
for over a half an hour.
Gbstrlei NelaOn Had Paiaenirera.
Tho Transport Obarles Nelsou
brought three passengers from
San Francisco Saturday. This is
not a regular proceeding on trans
port ships but, as tho men art
guests of the steward and oaptain,
thoy will bo allowod to remain in
tho city. Mr. M. Frank is a
friend of tho owners of tho Oharlos
Nelsou. Messrs. II. L Oorey
and V. A. Halleok aro the other
It was found later that the
three men wero on the ship's
articles. Tho captain of the
Ouarles Nelson called on tho
Collector of Customs thin after-
noon nud had a talk about the
matter. Later, thf captain went
up to tuo otlico of the American
Consul und thoro obtained the
discharge of the men.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Apr
10, 1 p in Weather hazy, wind strong
Weather Bureau, Ptinahoii, Apr 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
00; Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.15. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 ft 111 05 percent.
Dew Point 00 F.
Sunday, April .
8tmr W G Hall, Haglund, from Ka
tinl ports: 4748 bags sugar to H Hack
fold & Co.
Stmr James Makec, Tiillctt, from
Koloa; 2 100 bags Hiigar to II Hackfold
Stmr Kllolmnu, Thompson, from
Hanamaulu; 3827 bags sugar to H
Haokfeld & Co.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, from
Maul ports; 01(11 bags sugar, G03 bags
potatoes, 31 bags corn, 32 hides, 63
liogs, 120 pkga sundries.
Am S S Kllhu Thompson, Whltnoy,
from Seattle; via Hilo, April 18: 320
tons mtlno to H Wuterhouso & Co.
Am bk Coylon, Wilier, from San
Francisco; liulso to II Haekfuld & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, Frlls, from
San Francisco; 1000 tons gcnl mdso to
C Brewer & Co.
Am liktno 8 O Wilder, Jackson,
from San Francisco; 810 tuns indue to
F A Scliuefer &, Co.
Am schrCariler Dove. Brandt. 04
days from Kowcastle; 1100 tons conl
Rtmr Klnau. Clarke, from Maul mid
Huvnll:314 sks potatooH,78 fks corn, 17
bills hides, 25 hend cuttle, CO head hogs
ion picus sununes
Stmr Unolu. Hennlncucu, from Ko-
Am schrWm Ronton. Janscn. 21
days from Port Townsend; lumber to
Lowers fe Cooke.
Monday, April 14.
Ital cruiser Pled motile, Glulanl,
from Acnpulcofor Chlha.
O & O S S Doric, Smith, from San
Sunday, April 0.
Am bktne Irmcard, Schmidt, for
Monday, April 10.
Stmr Kcauhou, Moslicr, for La
huliiu and Kuanapall at 4 p in
Stmr Knual, Bruhn, for Maku
well at 4 p m.
Stmr J A
VESSEL8 LEAVINO TOMOIWOW.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, (or Maul and
Hnw all ports ut 12 m.
Stmr W O Hall, Hngluml, for Ka
uai ports at 5 p 111.
tjtmr Claudluc, (Jumoron, for Aiaui
ports, at 6pm.
Stmr Hclene, Mactlonaltl, for Klhcl,
Ooknla and 1'apaloa at 4 p m.
From Nowcastlo, per schr Car
rier Uovo, April 9 Mrs Brandt,
Miss Staulov, MUs Floreuco
Brandt nnd Miss Carrie Brandt.
From Sau Francisoo per O & O
S S Doric, April 10 F J Auweg
Mrs (J a Cramp, Mrs id V James.
Mrs E H Kittrodrjo, H A Stour
ton, Dr E O Buell, Mrs H W
Rolfe and child, P McG MoBean,
W E Hrown, R M Tobiu, MirB E
Kittredge, J B Lankershim, G F
Ilerr, Thos Fitzuorald, Dr O E
Gimp, Mrs W E Brown, A Tobin,
Miss H Kittredgo, Mrs G V Wil
Hams, H W Bolfo, Fred W Cow
Oipfain Willerof tho bark Coy
lon teports Bpoaking tho ship Lu-
cilo on Maroh SO in lot. 27 deg 24
min N, long 133 dog 2G min W,
and receiving from Capt Ander
son an important letter for his
owners. Both vessels left San
Franoieco on March 25, tho Coy
lon bound for this port, and the
Luoile for Vladivostok. Had the
Lucilo not met the Ceylon, Capt
Anderson would havo been oblig
ed to put into Honolulu.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Iwalnni sails Wednesday
for her regular Hamakua poits.
Tho Holono sails tomorrow aft
ernoon for Eihei and other Maui
The Elihu Thompson from Se
attle via Hilo, is iu Naval row,
having arrived Sunday.
Tho Claudino did not arrive
until late Sunday nftomoon. Bad
weather caused tbe delay.
Tho Irragard was to havo sailed
at noon Saturday but she was de
layed until Sunday morning.
Tho Einau took tho 'witnesses
from Kawaihao and Mahukona to
tho Kailua term of tho Circuit
Tho Martha Davis that arrived
Sunday, brought twelve horses for
Ewa plantation and otevon horsoB
for tho Club Stables.
Tho W G Hall reports C8.375
baits of sugar left ou Kauai Sat
urday afteruom. M. 8. Co. va
oheed with 17,1)00 bags. H. M.
stood nest with 1(5,1)00. ''
The Lehua has not arrived
from Motokai and Lanai yet and
tho Wilder Stounnbip Go. has re
ceived no word of her. The bad
weathor is undoubtedly delaying
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 5 00
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.
Tho Tahitienno will sail for
Papeete on or about Wednesday.
It 14 probable that a number of
natives from tuo Marquesas ami
other islands in the vicinity will
return in her.
Tho Dorio from San Francisco
hauled aloogsido the Pacitio Mail
nt about 2:30 this afternoon, alter
a nuo run ot anout 0 a ays anu 2
hours. She has aboard, 22 oibin
and 10 Bteerace passengers for
this port aa well as a lot of mail.
Gn the trip down one of the Chi
neso steoragn passougers died from
CAMPBELL At Pala, Maul, April
8, IB!)), Thomas Campbell, n. native
of Glosgow, Englond, uctl 01 years.
Funeral from the residence of Mr.
Charles Crozler, Pllkol and Hasslngcr
stracts, at 3:30 this Monday after
noon. Tho pupils of tho Fort street
school who livo Ewa of Nuuami
slroatn are to await tho comple
tion of tho Pal a ma school before
beginning lessons again. Their
vacation will last about two weeks
D. G. Alexander, secretary and
treasurer of Weloh & Co., drop
pod doad at 4:40 o'clock, April 4,
at tho ollicos of tho corporation on
California street, San Franoirco.
Heart disease was the trouble.
Deceased was about 40 yours of
age. At a raeoting of tho Ooo
mea Sugar Co. held on tho 5th
inst., deceased was elected assist
ELECTRICAL TACIAL MASSAGE, most approv
ed methoJ. MANICURING. Offic Hours, 10 a. m1
lo 5 P. m, VINEYARD STREET, third collage
west ol Nuuanu street. ugi
ffiM's Yl ol Ilaniwal
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Board.
Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
A : Good : Cottage
FOR RENT CHEAP.
Also ROOMS at $6, $8, $10 and $12
per month ; clean and comfortable.
According to the new bylaws adopted
at the adjourned special meeting of the
Onomea Sugar Company, held April 5U1,
1899, the following officers will serve until
September 30th, next.
J. B. Atherton, President.
P. C. Jones, Vice-President.
O. M. Vesper, of San Francisco, Second
Geo. H. Robertson, Treasurer.
D. G. Alexander, of San Francisco,
W. A. Bowen, Secretary.
E. F. Bishop, Director.
E. D. Tenny, Director.
T. Richards Robinson, Auditor.
The. foregoing, will constitute the direc
torate of the Onomea Sugar Company.
W. A, BOWEN,
Secretary Onomea Sugar Company.
Honolulu April 5th, 1899. 1187MW
33 Queen Street
THTJESDAY, April 13, '99
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the store formerly occupied by Voeller
& Co., comer of Hotel and Fort streets, '4
I will sell at Public Auction,
5 BALES OF ELEGANT TURKISH
AND PERSIAN RUGS.
Articles will be on view .on Tuesday,
April nth, and Wednesday, April 12th.
.TAS. I MORGAN,
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Beretania and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretania St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for 2$ per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN.
1176 33 Queen St.
1. Tarm at Hamakua...... ....S 6.001
6. A 40-room Lodging House, u-year lease. 5 00.
T. Large lot at Malklkl... 10,0m
8 175 acres coffee land, Kona J.
10. I ot H acre near town ,. 1,50
11. Corner lot center ot town io,ce
i. House and Lot, Punahou 1.0.0
14, Large Lot and good Paying Business..,. ss,
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly H cre 4,
16. Lot soxiao.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postolfico Lane, - Honolulu.
Free Concert Nightly
By the Quaker Medicine Co.,
COItNER OP FortT AND EERKTAMA. &TB.
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