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THE EVENING .BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
11, 1899. ' m(
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 Hope, 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 arc need
ed daily on every plantation.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins Sis.
Columbia and ltambler Agonts.
CHIGAGO DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES hS" &w"
PAINLESS EXTRACTION GDARANTEED.
Crown and Bridge Work, from S5.
Plates, from $7-0.
Gold Fillings, from Si.
Silver and Bone Fillings, from 50 cents.
Extraction, 50 cents.
OFFICE H.OURS : 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M., AND 7 TO 8 P. ,.
Boom 7, Model Building, Fort and Beretanin Streets.
JUST LANDED, EX CARNEDD 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. WEIIRTEN, Manager.
Progress Blools., Fort & Beretania Sts.
Stylish and Up-to-date Furniture and Upholstery.
Bedroom Suits; Box Couches, with spring to own something new: Chiffoniers, I ,0 President in expressing tbpir
Uookcases, Sideboards; Best Odorless Feathers, Hair, Moss and Floss for Mattresses . ... towftrd .1! piflnnir,B
-h PiiimJ. Woven Hair Mattresses. Extens on Tables. Fancy Tables. Chairs and.oou. Wlu ?war? lu.. -inmppine
Bochers, Window Shades and Rugs.
A large assortment of Upholstered Goods, Art Ticking, Cords and Gumps; alo
Tents for camping out, 9 ft. by 12 ft.
We 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 928 Progress Block Fort and Bertanla Sts.
According to the new bylaws adopted
t the adjourned special meeting of the
Onomea Sugar Company, held April 5th,
1S99, 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.
I). 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. ii87iw
Election of Officers.
At the regular annual meeting of the
Stock holders of E. Peck & Co., Limited,
fctld on March 31, 1899, the following
Officers and Directors were re-elected to
ntfve for the ensuing year.
James L. McLean, President.
W. Wolters, Vice-President.
C. C. Conradt, Secretary.
E. Peck, Treasurer and Mgr.
M. E. Gedge, Auditor.
The above officers constitute the Board
rf'D,reCtrS- C.C. CONRADT.
Honolulu, April 7, 1899
& CO., LTD.
CHAS. S. DESKY PROPRIETOR
i. F. POST MANAGER
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
Comedy Sketch by Jim Post,
General Admission asc and 50c.
Last six rows for Children under 11 years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH,
TEN NEW ARTISTS
A Miracle Performed.
A lady cured in one day of
deafuesB of twenty-five years'
standing by the Quaker Wonder
'JK3'I', '" '' column nill tt ImtrliJ at I fcinll
iymZ a ttntfirit inttrtion; 10 ctntt ttcond inMT'
lion; JO cenli dunk aitj to nnli a moult. 7 Hi It lot
tttaptil aJvertmng etr offtrtJ tbtptoplt of Honolulu.
UANTED-A Blacksmith nJ Horseshoer. Ap
v ply at Bulletin office. noj-tw
X7ANTCD Jewellers, steady work nJ good pay,
V jioi-jt GEO, HAH NEK.
WANTED To rent for single gentleman Fur
nkhed Cottage, near business pinion o( city,
Apply W Bulletin nfflce. 1180-iw
XANTED five or sl neat sempstresses. itMne,
" LeVanway'a, t; Beretania street n87tw
ANTED To rent unfurnished cottage, or two or
mree rooms, j. a . mis innce. iib,.w
f ANTED To rent a or ) unfurnished rooms or a
J cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address In 67,
ANTED First-class HARDER wanted. Good
wages- Apply Jhlhi. t-ort street. iibo-iw
WANTED Five Messenger Boys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, corner Hotel and
Alakea Streets. n6i-tf
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and for many
years past Bookkeeper for llamakua Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference. Messrs Tlieo. II.
Davles & Co , Ltd , Honolulu. 1161.9m
FOUND Pouch containing Bicycle outfit. Owner
can have same by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying expenses.
COUND On the Manoa road a Lady's Bicycle.
Owner can recover It on proving property and
paving expenses at the Tdncallon office uq.Mt
LOST Between to and u a m., Tuesiay, April n.
on Tort street, twrwcen iotdan'i and kerr'. a
Smalt Gold Open Work Circular Brooch, set with a
ruby surrounded by five small diamonds. A suitable
reward win re pau to nnaer upon returning same to
this office. nui-tf
I OST A 'oo model Tribune enamelled black No.
L- t6..i. Return to Bulletin Ofllce and receive re
LOS T Along waterfront, scarf pin with two dia
monds and an ooal. Reward uoon returning
same to Bulletin office. im-tl
tttCiffi rOR SALE Improved Lot joo feel square,
VU at "KaDahulu.1 Walklkl: Inclosed bv a
picket rcnce, land ciearej, retween 4 ana 3 feet allu
vial soil; good well of clear water; sanded driveway;
trees, grapclnes and flowering plants doing well,
stable and carriage house, cemented floor; servants
quarters, pig puns, roofed and floored, troughs, etc.
Apply (- l 11 , iiuuetin omce.
COR SALE-HORSE. PHOTON and HARNESS
' for J 1 o. u
HAMILTON, Telephone No.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-lsland-bred
-' dairy stock, bred to the thoroughtred sire of the
W. G. Irwin dairy,
Tor further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane,
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Fort St. noftf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co , Fort street. 106
s cent meal In town,
Trv It and be con
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant .041.
NICELY FURNISHED TRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality; trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 313 Beretania
street, next City Feed Store. i66w
rO LET-A NICILY TURNISIIED COTTAGE.
I Apply toQ. H.UERRLY. Bulletin office; .183
rO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright's
I Villi. April ist. J. P. HAYWAIU), Mcr.nBo-iw
TO LET Salt Boats to 1. 1 by the day ir hour.
.They are comfortable and safe. Aply to Jani
tor llealanl Boat Club ..is.m
MESSAGE TO FILIPINOS.
Continued from Pago 1.
Such ia tbe spirit in which tho
United Btntcs comes to tlio people
of tlio Philippine islands and tho
President has instructed the com
mission to mnko this publicly
known. In oboying his behest
tho commissioners desiro to join
people nnd to extend to tho load
.DC representative men an invita
tion to meet thorn for tho parpoBO
of personal acquaintance and tho
oxchaoco of views and opinions.
Jacob Gould SouimMAN,
TJ. S. CommisBionor.
GconaE Dewey, U. S. N.
Elwell S. Otis,
Major General TJ. S. A.
TJ. S Commissioner.
Dean 0. Woiicesteii,
TJ. S. Commissioner.
THE BREW OF OLYMPUS.
THE "HOFFMAN," corner of Hotel
and N unarm 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
Olymnia, the capital of the State of
Washington, and was received by the
"uaronne. mr. aenmut, tne leauing
Irlt of this corporation Is a practical
Sr aw isV ln . 1 W PA...AS. A a,! tfvflA aifc . v4
synclinal tuiu uicwci. uiiu unci ycao ui
search and Investigation located his nlant
at Olympla, on account of the peculiar vir
tues 01 tne water or tne 1 urn rails, a
stream that is noted for its distinctive qua
lines or clearness, coldness ana lacic ot
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. 1 lie "Ulympia 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.
A Dividend Is due and payable to the
Stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co,. Ltd., at their office, on
Thursday, April 6th, 1809.
The Stock Books of the Company will
be closed to transfers on April 6th and 7th.
N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, April 4th, 1800. 1 187-1 w
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Apr
ii, 1 p m wcauier nnzy, winu rrcsii
Weather Bureau. Punahou. Anr 11.
Temperature Morning minimum,
06; Midday maximum, 70.
t uarometer corrected tor (travity- .06 1
Barometer. 0 am. 30.11. Falling,
Rainfall, do, .Oi.
Humidity at 0 a m'07 percent.
Dow Point 02 F.
Tuesday. Anrll 11.
O A O S S Doric, Smith, for China
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui nnd
Stmr W Q Hall, Haglund, for Ka
uai ports at 5 p 111.
Stmr Clautline, Cameron, for Maui
porta, at 6 p m.
sunr Hcicnc, Macuonaiti, ror Kllicl,
Uokala nuu Papaloa at 4 p m.
Am bk R P RIthet, Calhoun, for
Stmr Walalcolc. Green, for Klltui-
en and Hanalci at 4 p m.
Stmr Kilohaua, Thompson, for Ka
Stmr James Makec, Tullctt, for
Kupaa at 4 p m.
Stmr Unolu, Hcnnlngscn, for Ko
hnln and Kona,
O&OSBContlc. Bealbv. for San
Francisco at 4 p m.
For Maui aud Hawaii ports, per
stmr Kinau, April 11 II Rycroft,
Mrs W W IIhII and sou, Miss
l.owen, A W Cartor, E Brown, J
T Stacker, Martin Lee, Henry
Eastman, Thno Wolff. Ikido. Bov
Akazawn, W F Burgess, W F
Wilson, L M Whitohouse, Mrs A
Bluraaghin, Jas Mattnon, Mrs A
E Nichols and children, J R Wil
son and wifo, A P Taylor, B er
cereon, Rev S Kapu, G R Cartor,
H A Strong, Mrs Askew and son,
Miss McTighe, Major Guieo and
Tho schooner Mokihana is back
Tbe Amelia will cet away for
the Sound in ballast tomorrow.
Tho Iwalanl sails for Honokaa
and Kukuihaele at 9 a m tomor
row. The schooner Ada sails for Ea-
lihiwai and Hanalei at i o'clock
Tho It P Rithet sailed for San
Francisco with a full cargo of
Bugar this morning.
Tho Irmgard that sailed for
San Francisco Sunday took away
a cargo of 19,141 bags of sagar
valued at 877.C50.
The Ceylon has obtained a
berth and is now discharging.
Luokily for her, sho was tho first
of the lleot, completed by tbe S G
Wilder and Martha Davis, to ar
rive in port. Ihoro was just one
place loft and the Coylon got it.
Tho schooner Dofondor cleared
from San Francisco for Kihoi,
Maui, March '29 with tbe follow
ing cargo: 4000 posts, 3152 ties,
524 piecos pipe and3 boxes instru
ments. The Dn-fonder will pro
ceed first to Kahului to enter and
tako ahrnrd a Custom Honso oUi
cpr. She will then proceed to
Tho schooner Robert Lowers
arrived in San Francisco on tho
'am or last montu atter a very
rough voyage from this port. Ton
days out from Honolulu sho mot
with a strong southerly gale. A
lot of water was shipped and sev
eral sails were split and carried
away. Tho rough weather con
tinned for the rest of tho trip.
Kllhu Thomson to Titke NUrr.
Tho Elihu Thomson has beon
fortunate enough to eccuro a berth
at Soronson's wharf whoro sho
will discharco her carco of ma
chinery and general merchandise.
as soon as mis is uniBueu sue win
load sugar for San Franutsco.
Following are the lalost char
tors on Pacific Coast for ports on
these It-lands: Am sohr Pioneer,
397 tonB (at Gray's Harbor).
Lumber thence to Honolulu, by
Charles Nelson; Am bktne Ska
git, 443 tons (at Gamble). Lum
bor thnnco to Honolulu, by Pope
& Talbot; Am ship J B Thomas,
1807 tonB (now at Honolulu).
Sugar from Kahului to Delaware
Broakwater: Robort Lewors, GG9
tons. Pass aud mdso, San Fran
oisco to Honolulu, in Hawaiian
Line, by Williams, Dimond & Co,
CAMPBELTjAt Pala, Maul, April
8, 1690, Thomas Campbell, a tiatlvo
of Glasgow, Scotland, aged 04 years.
TC3TfXTT A T tl.tc W.. Atl in
1899, of brain fever, Louisa, beloved
wire or Jticnry jsspimia, agon s-i
ELECTRICAL TACIAL MASSAGE, most approv
ed methoJ. MANICURING. Office Hours. 10 1. in
to 5 p. in. VINEYARD STREET, thlri cotUBe
west ol Nuusnu street, ngi
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 S oo
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI CONGRESS s oo
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALP, EXTENSION s oo
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
Y. M. C A. ItOUIlKltV.
The vigilanco of tho janitor of
tho Y. M. O. A. saved several bas
kot ball players -quite a sum of
money and a watch during tho
progress of tho garao in the gym
nasium last evening. Whilo both
players and spectators wero in the
gymnasium watohing tho game, a
young Portugese, Alf Forreira by
name, took advantage of tho op
portunity offered by several of tho
lookers being loft open oarolosBly.
Ho had socured five or six dollars
and a silvor watch wbon caught.
Forreira had beon hanging
around tho Y. M. O. A. building
for the past week or sn and tho
suspicions of tho janitor had beon
suQiciently nronBed to make him
watchful. When tho gamo com
menced, Felix, tho janitor, hid
himself bohind Borao of tho lock
ers and had the satisfaction of
sooiag tho thief going from lockor
to lockor taking out money. Just
as he had finished Felix jumped
from his biding placo and captured
tho thief who, Booing that tho
game was up, let himself bo takon
to tbo polico station without a
murmnr. He made the usual ploa
that ho had been put up to tho job
by somobouy else.
In the polico court thisforonoon
Forreira plead cuilty to two
cbarcoa of larceny and was given
a year's imprisonment at hard
labor on each charge.
Tit Conference Postponed.
Through a misundorBtanding,
tho trustees of tho Planter's Asso
ciation did not moot with tho
Executive Council this morning.
A conference will probably bo ar
ranged for Thursday. It is under
stood that the subjects of discus
sion will be labor immigration
and tbo application of tbe Cali
fornia Board of Agrioulturo for
tbo sorvicos of Professor Koobele.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands my son, William Llshman, at
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd., will transact
affairs connected with my business under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April n, 1899. 1192MW
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LUpCH pi$,
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Public Lands Notice.
On Tuesday, May 16th, 1899, at 12
o'clock noon, at front entrance Judiciary
Building, will be sold at Public Auction,
a lot of Kula Land In Walanae ' Valley,
containing 1 acre.
Upset price, Jioo.
Terms, U. S. Gold Coin.
For further particulars apply at Public
Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
April 11, 1899. M92-3t
AUCTIONEER AND W
-3a Queen Street
Turkish Rugs I
THTJKSDAY, April 13, '99
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the store formerly occupied by Voeller
& Co., corner of Hotel and Fort streets,
I will sell at Public Auction,
S BALES OF ELEGANT TURKISH
AND PERSIAN RUGS.
Articles will be on -view on Tuesday,
April nth, and Wednesday, April 12th.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast L
corner of Beretania and AUIIer 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 25 per
For further particulars
JAS1. F. MORGAN,
1176 $33 Qun St.
1. rrm at lUmtkut $ 6,oo
6. A 4o-room Lodging House, ii-year Inu, 5,00
1. Lrg lot at Malklkl io,eo
8. 17 j cr.$ coffee In4, Kona ,, j,oo
10, Lot y, acre near town i,jo
11, Corner lot center ol town io,oo
1 j. House anl Lot, Punahou , , i,om
14. Large Lot andxood Paying Business.... ta.oo
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly H acre 4,00
16. Lot joxiio.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St e,jo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Poatotilcc Lone, - Honolula.
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