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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., APE1L 27, 1899.
Orplieum Building, Tort Street.
WMI open on May ist as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
recially Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
tVsii l.i's short order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Ulnlng hall 60x30.
Vjv.i'c S'ipper looms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few office to let In the building. 1206
A new shipment of Guava Charcoal having just come to
h.ity, u- are able to offer it in lots to suit, from one bag up
wnjci. I his is the right kind of coal to use, and we get it
fre-ttlly burned every few weeks.
Now that we are talking Coal, don't forget that we carry
a big stock of
All the time, and sell It by the bag or ton. Items that go with
C0.1I, Mich as Forges, Blowers, Bellows, Tuyres, Iron, Steel,
and hI I Mich things we carry a fine stock of, and It will pay
you to call on us when needing any of them.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agents.
JUST LANDED. EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN.
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
! Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAYIES
The greatest remedy known in
1 1 t 1 l
ana snouiaers in norses
Positive cure effected by its use in every instance.
Send your orders to
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies.
'Fresh Goods by Every Steamer.
, Telephone 080.
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and ProYision Merchant
Orplieum Block, Fort Street.
(Opposite Central Fire Station.)
Bargains in Toilet and Laundry Soaps,
ODOD3 DKLIVKRED TO AIfY TART OF THE CITY.
A Largo Assortment of
i Iron Bedsteads
,.City Furniture Store,
Vdlop.iono 810. Love Building, 5..4-530 Port St.'
Kihet Plantation Co's. Stock Books
will be closed to, transfers from Friday,
April 29th, to Friday, May 4th, Inclusive.
J. P. COOKE,
ojTho Knuai Bteamerj report very"
Kuigh Bead along the const of that
& CO., LTD.
the treatment of bad backs
is uk. ru 1 1 it 5
Island Orders Solicited.
P. O. Box 300.
The Books of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
will be closed to transfers from April 27th,
to the 29th, Inclusive.
W. M. TEMPLETON,
Thorn wore 70.030 bnen aurrnr
left on the Garden Ielo yester-
WKZSk''''- ' column n-ill hi IntitUi ill! emit
KT'a altntjirtt inurtton; to emit ttconitnttr
Hon; )o emit a u ttk and fo emit a month. 7 Ml it lit
cbtafttt advtrtUinr n tr ojftrlJ Ibt profit 0 Honolulu.
WANTED A firttclas Solicitor or Tmellng
" Alan. Goo d salary lo the rlRhl man. Slate
experience Address A. B C. Bulletin office. io6,iw
t ANTED A first-class Milliner, and an Appren-
tlce hand, for my Millinery Department Apply
at onca 10 MRS. IIANNA, Fort street. tjoO-at
WANTED AN OrFICE HOY. Apply at
,'U." r. O. Box ti8. 1
U ANTED Party with One Thousand Dollars to
" tike half Interest In an enterprise paylnjt live
HunJre J Dollars monthly net. Address C , this
WANTED Five Messenger Boys, at once Apply
American Messenger Service, corner Motel and
Alalcea Streets. u6i-tf
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and (or many
years past Bookkeeper lor llamakua Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly lor a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference. Messrs Theo. II.
Davles A Co , Ltd . Honolulu n6i-sm
TO RENT Lar furnished Rooms and Cottage
10 rent at ;oo runcnpowi street. isoo-iw
JO RENT-HOUSE OF TIVE ROOMS; close In.
Recently repaired and repainted throughout.
Bedroom mosquito tight. S10 per month. Address
DR.W.S NOHLIT I . Cltv 1 iu6.t
COR SAI E A new V) Gentleman's Bicycle.
' Apply G. T.. Bu'letln office. jjoj-iw
PEARL CITY BOOM will be the neat. U.,S. Army
I and Naw officers must have houses on the hill.
Two Fine Lots, commanding a splendid land and e
view, near the reservoir, will be sold cheap. Address,
"I'eatl City." Bulletin Office no-tf
OPPORTUNITY roR DAIRYMEN t-lsland-bred
J dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire nl the
W. G. Irwin dllrv.
For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane.
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H. G. Blart. Tort St. not-tl
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
music u) , fori street. ioot
EST 1 1 cent meal In town Try It and be Con-
COUND-A GOLD LOCKET with the word "Ami
s sud ' across the center In rearls. and two leaves
In blue stones. Owner can have same by calling at
this office and paying for cost of advertising laoo
I OST Along waterfront, scarf pin with two dl-
aL en An Am ah4 tin At at Du.a4 at ham BAtneeiliiA
tame to Hullctln office iiti-tf
To-night, April 2Tth,
THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS
Matinee, April 29 Pygmalion & Galatea.
Saturday, April 29 Lady of Lyons.
w.t...j, ..a. .y UW.J V.
TllMd.lV- Mflv Tnffnmnr
Thursday, May 4 Hunchback.
Matinee, May 6 Camllle.
aaiuruay, may o iomeo ana juiiet.
BSTMatinee prices 50c and 75c; children
BSTThe sale of Reserved Seats for all
performances Is now on at Wall, Nichols
CHAS.S. DESKY PROPRIETOR
Jas. Post's Laughable Farce,
An Indian Outbreak!
.1. H. Du Bell.
Miss Violet Dale,
Mr. Wm. Howard,
miss myrtle Graham,
Mr. Matt Keefe.
Post and May Ashley,
mp. u. u. uraway,
Mr. Walter Pollard.
General Admission. a;c. and ;oc.
Last six rows for Children under 13 years, ioc.
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
VOLUNTKUnS PAY IN NAVY.
Vallejo April 17. Paymastor
Korr, of the United States ship
j.uuojuuuBnco uas reoeivod m
Btraotions from Secretary Long
regarding the payment of naval
vummeorB wuo Bervocl unring tbo
war with Spain. Under tho aot
approved by CongreBs March 3,
1899, two months extra pay will
bo allowed to all officera and en
hated men who served creditably
beyond the limits of tho United
States and one month extra puy
to all euch officers and men who
served within tho limits of tho
United States. Tho department
directs that this extra compensa
tion shall bo paid to tho mon on
thou discharge and sach pay.
monts aro to bo recorded on tho
regular payrolls of tho vessel.
Much Ado About Nothing !
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Api
27, 1 p in Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Apr 27.
Temperature Morning minimum,
07; Midday maximum, 80.
( Barometer corrected for gravity- .0$ )
Barometer, Oam, 30.02. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.00. N
Humidity at 0 a m 74 percent.
Dow Point 07 F.
Wednesday, April 20.
Haw bk Mnuua Ala, Smith, 11 days
from San Francisco: 760 tons mdso to
W G Irwin.
Thursday, April 27.
Am schr Robert Lewcrs, Goodman,
from San Francis"; 800 tons gcn'I
mtlse to II Hnckfeltl & Co, 12 horses
anil 2 cows for Gus Schumann.
P M 8 S Rio tie Janeiro, Ward, from
Stmr Kllohnnuriiompson, from Ka
uai; 3800 bags sugar to Alexander &
Stmr Kcauhou, Mosher, from Ka
uai: 4000 bags sugar to 11 Hackfeltl &,
Stmr James Makco. Tullctt. from
Hanamatilti with stcamor Walalealc
in tow, having been disabled by a
' Stmr J A Cummins. Searlc. troth
U 8 T S Warren, Hart, from San
Francisco with soldiers for Manila.
Wednesday, April 20.
- Am bk Edward May, Bnckhus, for
Son Francisco, via Hllo to load.
Am bk Aldon Bebso, Potter, for San
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIirtOW.
Stmi Kllohana, Thompson, forMa
kawcll at 3 p m.
From Eanai, per etmr Eiloha
na, April i7 Mre Gray, J A
Falmer, Mrs Skozimo and 6 on
From San Francisco, por F M
S S City of Rio do Janeiro, April
27 T R Walker, Mrs Walker,
MiBB Walker, T Irvino, B F
Boyden, A W Brown, H 1 Ben
nott, Henry Fisher, J H Fishor, O
S Shanklin, M Martin, W I
Enowlton, Mrs Enowlton and 3
European Bteerago. Through:
T Rinaldo, Mrs Rinaldo, J B Gal
lott,( Mrs Ohannoy Thomas, Miss
Jettie Loo, F von Biotetofen, -Mrs
W P Thomas, W P Thomas.
Tho Bobort Lowers arrived in
port this forenoon, 1-1 days from
San Francisco. She is anchored
in tho stream.
ACCIDENT TO WAIALEAI.E.
Shortly aftor noon today, tho
JamoB Makeo came toward port
towing tho Waialealo. Tho latter
boat had her ehiut broken Monday
night at midnight while on the
way to Eilauea after a load of
sugar. Luckily tho James Makeo
left Honolulu for Kapaa a little
later than the Waialealo and
caught up with her in mid-chan
nel, alio then towed tho disabled
boat to Hnnamaula, tho nearest
port. Tbo James Makeo left Ha
namaulu at i p m onlho 25th with
the Wnialealo in tow. Sho got out
only a little way when she was
forced (o put back again because
the tow line attaohed to tbo Waia
lealo got cauoht in her propeller.
The James Makoe got the Waiale
alo as far as tho entranoe to tho
harbor when the tow line partsd
and the Waialealo let go her an
chore. At 2 p m tho tug boat
went out and towed tho Waialealo
in alongside tho Inter-Island
It was at 9:30 a m yesterday
that thoa James Makoo put to sea
ncain with tho Waialoalo in tow.
Whim they had gotteri as far as
Eaena point, which .was at 2:30
o'clook this morning, the Eeauhou
caught up with thorn and asked
Captain Tullott if ho needed as
sistance. The captain answered
that all was well and tho Eeanhou
continued on hor way to Hono
lulu. Tho accident will cause the
Waialealo to be laid up for several
t'OCOANUTH FOR TUB I1EACII TIOAD.
Mr. Allan Herbert has just pur
chased for tho Government at his
own risk, 1500 Samoan coooanut
trees from Mr. Rhodes, tho nur
soryman. ThoBO aro to bo planted
along tho beach road (Ala Moana)
on May First, May Day. There
will bo a row on each sido of the
Between these trees will be
planted Goons Flnmoa, a small
cocoanut that does not approaoh
tho ordinary Samoan cocoanut in
height but spreads out and rnakps
a very pretty effoct. Tho plan ia
entirely that of Mr. Herbert who
is always on tho qui vivo for some
thing in tho plant linn that will
tend to increase tho beauty of tho
oity and outskirts.
The Bvlltlin, 76c per tnmft(ji
S iVlTM Dnriiin-r-.nr, H
g vui iupuuibiu.ii
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 fS 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI CONGRESS 5 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALF, EXTENSION 5 00
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
WATER SUPPLY FILTRATION.
Continued from Pago 1.
plant down within threo months.
A reservoir would havo to bo
Mr. Horing illustrated his ex
planations upon the plans beforo
the Board. Doforo withdrawing
bo said ho conld look over tho
ground near tbo Queen Emma
place, after which ho might bo
ablo to give further information
and answers to question that oc
curred to tho board in tho mean
time Dr. Herbert having gone out,
Mr. Smith brought up the neces
sity of increased accomodation at
tbo Insane Asylum. Thero were
rooms for 99 patients, while there
wore 117 in tho'inBtitution. This
condition required doubling up in
so muny cases as to soriouely im
pair tho efficiency of the asylum.
Tho last appropriation, of $25,000
was exhausted. It wsb deoided
to refer tho matter back to the
committee for having plans of ex
Dr. Horbort was granted leave
of absence for threo or four
months, his place while abeont to
bo filled by Dr. Humpbris.
Dr. Emerson moved, Dr. Wood
seconded and it was resolved, that
tbo Government bo urged to rec
ognize the immediate necessity of
providingifor tho filtering of the
Tho UBual routine reports of
offioers of; tho board and govern
ment hospitals wero received.
Tho president announced tho
resignation of Mr. Eoliipio as fish
inspector, on acoount of being
deprived of the uso of a cottago on
tho ground by tho olerk of the
market. It being suggested that
the building was erected by tho
Board of Hoalth, the matter was
deferred until that question was
Miss L. S. Cleveland, M. D.,
applied for license to practico
medicine, furnishing a recom
mendation by the examining
board. It was voted to request
the Minister of tbo Interior to
grant the license
E. O. Shorey was appointed, by
unanimous vote, as food inspector.
An application of Dr. Eobaya
shi to establish a hospital was laid
on the table for want of jur
isdiction. Tho Molokai expedition was
deferred until a suitable steamer
could- be obtained. 1
A petition was road from some
residents of Eau asking for tho
removal of Dr. MoMillan as dis
trict physioian. Mr. Smith had
been informed that the doctor had
tbo confidence of the plantation
managors, but a letter having
boen received containing a
epecifio complaint tho matter was
referred to exeoutivo session.
Tbo board .then went into ex
Tho British bark Kinfauns,
bound from London to Honolulu,
hBB put into tho Azores to repair;
damages caused in a collision with
the Portugueso Government ship
Per Alemquer. S F April 20.
Nahlku Sugar C6. Shares.
Parties holding receipts for first payment
on Nahlku Sugar Co. Shares wj please
pass In said receipts, with list of names to
whom Certificates of Stock are, to be Issued,
to me (at my office, 33 Queen street, on
Friday. April 28th.
Certificates of Stock will be ready for
delivery Monday, May 1st.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Trrnrr N.nlilkn Riicrnr Cn I M
ji2os - 2t
33 Queen Street
The underslimed offers for sale a vain.
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts. A . .
The property has a frontace of u feet r4
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Allller St.
Area 4700 sq. ft.
There are two crttaces on the Dronertv
one of which Is now rented for I25 per
For further particulars 4
JAS. F. MORGAN.
75 33 Queen St.
1. Fr'ra at lUmtkiu,. $ 6,00
6. A 4o-room Lod glnc House, la-ytar lease. 5,04
t. its acres coffee land, Kona J.ooe)
9. SOLD ,
10. Lot H acre near town ,, 1,50
1 J. House anl Lot, Punahoa i,o
14. Large Lot and oo4 Paying Business.... ii,m
15. Urge Lot, Palama, nearly K acre 4,oo
18, Lot sxtK,wluidtttlllnghouM.QuarrySt a,
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS, l-
G Post Office Lane, - Honolulu.
Late ot San Francisco, has opened
At the QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE. Through lone
experience and constant attendance to work at tbo
Coast, Mrs. Wolf has acaulrel the art ol perfect
fitting, and also giving full ullsfacUon In the latest
and modem fashion.
U '1 ,,
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