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THE EVENING BDLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MA 2, 1899.
MmmmmnmM x . m v 4
A new shipment of Guava Charcoal having just come to
hand, we are able to offer it in lots to suit, from one bag up
ward. This is the right kind of coal to use, and we get' it
freshly burned every few weeks.
Now that we are talking.Coal, don't forget that we carry
a big stock of k
BLACKSMITHS' COAL ,
All the time, and sell it by the bag or ton. Items that go with
Coal, such as Forges, Blowers, Bellows, Tuyres, Iron, Steel,
and nil such 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.
JBST LANDED, EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
The greatest remedy known in the treatment of bad backs
and shoulders in horses is DR. POTTIE'S
Positive cure effected by its use in every instance.
Send your orders to
C W. MACFARLANE,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies.
Orphetim Building, Tort Street.
Will open on May ist as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
6rst-dass short-order bill of fare. Begular dinner at 5:30 p.m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. 1206
j amr. JZ-S i
Oonipioto Rigs. Largo Assortment Always on Hand.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Ahikea and Queen Streets.
"W. S. WITHEIR.e. Manager. '
CIAS S. DESKY...
J. F. POST
J. H. Du Bell,
Miss Violet Dale,
Ili Wm. Howard,
Miss Myrtle Graham,
Mr. Matt KeeSe,
Post and May Ashley,
Mr. U. J. Ordway,
Mr. Walter Pollard.
General Admission, ajc. and 50c,
Last six rows for Children under it years, ice.
Reserved Chairs, 30c.
Scats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
Farewell Week !
THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS
Thursday, May 4 Hunchback.
Matinee, May 6 Camllle.
Saturday, May 6 Romeo and Juliet.
B6T Matinee prices 50c and 75c; children
BSTThe sale of Reserved Seats for all
performances Is now on at Wall, Nichols
fS'4Jl-' '"' column will ti inutltd at if unit
MWa a linlfirtt Intertlon; to etntt ittond tnttu
lion; a unit a and to tmli t moilb. 7 hi It Ibi
ttiapnt tJvtttiilnf ntr cfftrtj tti ficflt of Honolulu.
XANTED soo Men to ert shaved (or 15c. (white
V bathers). II. JErfS, 6toH Fort sttcel. orp.
Club SlaMcs uno-lf
ANTED 500 Men to call at Jell's Darker Shop
ana gei smveJ. "9"
WANTCDDeslrable LOTS, near In. suitable for
building cottage. Must be reasonable In Mice
for cash. Address HONOLULU INVESTMENT
CO . LTD . Judd Dulldlng imviw
WANTED A first-class Sotlcltor.'.or Traveling
Man. O100J salary to the right man. Slate
experience AdJressA.U C, Bulletin office, not.iw
WANTED A first-class Milliner, nnJ an Appren
tice hind, for my Atllllnery Department. Apply
at once to MKS. IIANNA. Fort street. imO-t
WANTED-Party with One ttiousand Dollars to
take half Interest In an enterprise pajlne five
Hundred Dollars monthly net,
Address C, this
XANTED rive Messenger Do) s, at once. Apply
' American Messenger service, corner notei a-u
Alaliea Streets. , u6i-tl
n ANTED Mr. E Pierce, at present and for miny
" ears pist Dnokkeeper for llamakul Mill Co ,
and Kuxaiau mmi 0 . aesires an appointment, was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference: Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co , Ltd., Honolulu. n6i-:m
FOR RENT The store on Queen street lately oc
cupied bv .Messrs McChesnev & Sons fur par
ticulars Innilre ot the undersigned.
ALLLri 01 KUI1D5U.1.
Maya, 1800. isro-tf
MlCELY IURNISHEI) FRONT ROOM.
t s without board.
111 tnfalitv? frrm tnoderale.
ji! Ileretanla street, next City I'eed Store, isoo-im
TO RENT Large Turnlshed Room and Cottage
to rent at Ju6 Punchbowl street. tao6iw
COR SALE Cheap On account of departure, 1
I large new (Jurney Refrigerator, t new Pntton.
elegant and easy riding; 1 Tribune Illcycle. In good
repair; a choice lot ot Rlrd's-nest Ferns Apply to
L. M. VETLEbEN, at the office of Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. mo-ll
OUIET HORSE AND A nUGGV. FOR SALE,
reasonable Apply K. Hulletm office. noo-lf
ITOR SALE A new 'oo
Apply G. T Bulletin otiice.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN I Island-brei
sJ dalrv stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire nf the
W, G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C W. Macfarlane. mi-tf
COR SALB-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to H. G. Dlart. Fort St. noflr
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Uergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. ioo
EST it cent meal in town. Try It and be con
vinced. Ltnd s Lxceisior Kestaurant. 1041
PERL CITY BOOM will ba the next. U. S. Army
and Navy officers must have houses on the Mil.
Two Fine Lots, commanding a splendid land and sea
view, near the reservoir, will be sold cheap. Address,
"Pearl City." Bulletin Office tioj-tl
I OST A pair of OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
- between the Open House, hotel, and Pensacota
streit. Receive reward on returning to WILDER &
COUND A GOLD LOCKET with the word "Aml
t stad" across the center In pearls, and to tcaes
In blue stones. 0ner can fuse same bv calling at
this office and paying for cost ot advertising, 1100
Y H. C. A. ANNIVERSARY.
Continued from Pago 1.
died. Tlio effect of belonging to
the bccly seemed to bo to keep
men young. Ilowever, nt a moot
ing a few yenrei ago, noticing tbnt
Iih workers in offieo wora no
longor young, ho bud demanded
that tlio young merabersbip as
eumn the burden of carrying on
tbo Association. This was dono
nnd with gratifying tobuUs. When
tbe Association started, there wore
no Btreet lights, no horso
ears, no backs nnd very fow
buggies. Moro than once, when
nttending meotings at the old
gymnasium, ho had lost a saddle.
Saddles were highly valued in
those days. Mr. Judd's remi
niscences woro entertaining. '
J. B. Atherton, wbon the
Earaehameha singers had givon
another song, Bpoke of the differ
ent homes of the Association,
including, bosidos, tho gymna
sium aud Fort street cburoh
vostry already mentioned. Bethel
cburoh, burned down in the great
fire of 188G, arid tho old Sailor's
Home, pulled down just after that
event as being a menace. Tbo
u ret mooting in tbo present houo
was a special ono oarly in 1883,
followed by the Uret regalar meet
ing in May of that year. The
gymnasium annex was opened in
1895. It might bo that tho Asso
ciation would have to expand its
bounds, ad, if ndjacont property
was too high for that purpose,
havo to go olsewhoro for a new
sito as associations in othor cities
had to do sometimes. Or it might
bo found advisable to go farther
heavenward for additional room.
Mr. Atherton told of tho liberality
with whioh members had always
responded to appeals for tho
Tbo Association Mandolin Olub
ontranced tbo earsof the assembly
with its sweot melodies, after
which Mr. Ooleman concluded the
literary exercises with a report of
the work. Ho avoided details
thathod nlrendy appeared in the
Review, and concentrutod his re
marks on tho desirability of in-
ctitutiug a Social Hall. Tho
fullest work of tho Association,
ho also said, could only bo
nccomplishod whon tbo members
in gonoral did their part as
well ob tho salaried officers.
Bible study ho held to be tho
supremo touobBtono of n Y. M. 0.
iV 8 SUCC6BB
"Blest bo tbo tie that binds,"
was sung by tho aBsombly, and
tbon followed tho finest of ico
cream and cake in supply in
exhaustible, whioh was enjoyed
amidst a freo nnd easy sociable
Tho presont officers of tho
Association nro as follows
Walter 0. Weedon, president.
T. Olive Davios. vico president.
B. F. Board more, recording
Ohas. H. AthortonjjtreaBurer.
Horace E. Ooloman, genornl
Alfred T. Brock, assistant
Hon. W. F. Froar, Ohas. H.
Athorton, F. J.Lowrov, Waltor 0.
Woedon, E, Bennor, B. F. Benrd
more, Arthur B. Wood, Olnronco
H. Oooko nnd T. Olivo Davies,
bonrd of directors.
P. 0. Jones, F. J. Lowrey and
B. F. Dillingham, board of
For tbo ounivorsary celobration
the hall was elaborately decorated
in tropical luxuriance of material
and in raro artiGco of feminine
tasto under tho direction of Mrs.
Hutchinson nnd tbo Misses Fnty,
sailors of tbo TJ. S. S. Iroquois
lending willing hands to tho
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
1 n in Weather liazv. wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Futinhou, May 2
Temperature Mornlmr minimum.
OS; Midday maximum, 83.
(Barometer corrected lor gravity- .06 )
Barometer, Oam, 30.03. Steady
Kalufall, do, 0.00.
Humidity nt 0 a m 05 percent.
Dow l'olnt 01 V.
Monday, May 1 .
Am 8i Stnndnrd, Qetcholl, 31 days
from Tacoma; carso ttoncral mer
chandise to H Haokeld & Co.
Tuesday, May 2.
days from Newcastle; cargo of coal to
Monday, May 1.
Am bit Ceylon, Wilier, for San
Tuesday, May 2.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, for Ma
kaweli ut 4 p 111.
Stmr Kauai, for Lahaina
Stmr Claudtuo, Cameron, for Maul
porta ut 6 p in.
Am schr CarrlorDove, Brandt, for
the Sound In ballast.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Kauai sails for Lahaind
and Kaannpali nt 5 p m today.
Tho Kilobnna, James Makee
nnd Iwalani from Kauai ports are
all looked for tomorrow.
The Albert took on sugar from
tbo Maui this morning. It is ox
pectbd that she will get away for
San Francisoo on Saturday.
Tbo dram and buglo corps of
tho Newport artillery men were
put for regular practico on tho
Pacific Mail wharf this morning.
It is expeotod that tbo Wainlo
ale will bo ready to go to sea again
oo Saturday. She is still under
going repairs on tho Marino Rail
Tho American schoonor Carrier
Dovo sailed for tho Sound in
ballast this morning. The cap
tain is accompanied by his wife
Tho Malolo camo'in from an
other fiBhiog oruiso thie morning.
Captain Bass says he is doing
much bottor n( tbo bueinoas than
when bo first started out.
Tbo S N Oastlo will sail for
San Franoieco with a fall cargo of
sugar about Thursday. She will
take on the remainder of hor
sugar today or tomorrow.
Jorry Reynolds, first officer of
tho Robert Lowors; has in bis
possession ono of tho finest wood
canes that has ovor boon boro. It
is mado from a piece of laubala
that he took up with him a couplo
of trips ago. It is very highly
polished and shows tho- black and
red grain in fine shape. Tho head
and silvor bnnd with tbo mono
I gram was dono at Sbrovo's.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, por
stmr Kinau, My 2-G O Al
foritz nnd wifo, Henry Espinda, T
J Hlpgins, T H Mncdonnld, J M
Ont, Rov I H Evans, O S 8bonk
lin, G F Mnydoll, H M Giddings,
Mrs Frank Bponcor, Mr Winter,
D M MoOorristou, Mr Single
burst, 11 Hnwkburst Jr, Miss
Stophens, Miss Monroe, Mrs
Deemor, Goo Saner, Geo Kettle,
wifo and child, A Ynn Gofro and
wife, H RubboI, E F Bishop,
Dr Maxwell, G E A Thrum, Elder
Jns G Manghan, Mrs O'Brion and
The second assessment of 10 per cent,
on the capital stock of Klhel Plantation
Co. Is now due and payable at the office
of Alexander & Baldwin, JudJ-' Building.
J. P. COOKE,
A Special Meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co., Ltd., will be
held on Tuesday, May 9th, 1899, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the offices of Alexander
& Baldwin, Judd Building, to take action
on the question of declaring the stock
W. M. TEMPLETON,
1210-iw Secretary H. S. Co.
Notice is heroby givon to
nllporsons desiring stock in
OLAA SUGAR COMPANY,
whotlier tlio samo lias been
applied for or nofy that tbo
subscription list will bo open
at tho office of B. P. Dilling
ham, Judd Building, on
Thursday, Friday, and
May 4th, 5th, and 6th,
from 9 o'clock A. M. to 5
o'clock P. M., of each day,
during -which timo subscrip
tions will bo received.
A deposit of ton pov cent
of tho stock subscribed fori
will bo required whon the
subscription is made, in cash
or certified chock. If tho
amount of stock available
is over-subscribed, tho same
will bo divided pro mta a
mong tho subscribers, and
tho balance of cash on depos
it, aftor applying tho first
nssossmoD.l of 10 por cent on
I tho shares allotted, "will bo
rotuvned whon tho certifi
cates are issuodf A tempo
rary, non-transferablo ro
coipt will bo givon for tho
cash deposited until tho issue
of tho certificates, which will
bo immediately after tho al
lottmont is mado, of Avhich
duo notice will bo givon.
B. 1 DILLINGHAM,
L. A. THURSTON,
A. W. GARTER,
Bids Called For.
For printing and binding the twefth
volume of Hawaiian Reports, sealed ten
ders are hereby Invited, to be filed with
the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon of
Saturday, May 6, 1899. Rids to be at so
much per printed page of the volume of
about 800 pages, number of copies to be
500. The style of printing and stitching,
the weight of cover and gilt lettering to
be'slmular to the tenth volume of Ha
A sample page set up from the tenth
volume, showing face of type of both the
text and syllabus, should accompany each
bid, together with' sample of paper, stat
ing Its weight.
Bids should be marked "Bids for print
ing and binding Volume 12 Hawaiian Re
ports." The disbursing officer Is not
bound to accept the lowest or any bid.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Honolulu May 2 1899. mo-4t
Is the fortune of all those who
change quarters '
In Honolulu. -
Or in any other metropolis. When
ever this change is accompanied by ,
extensive improvements the I
Pilikia : is : Endless.
We have surrnounted it 'all, how
ever, and are now ready to attend
to the wants of our friends, at 426
Fort street, just below Hotel street.
420 Fort Street.
AUCTIONEER AND j
33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY, May 3, '90,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., f v
At my salosroom, 33 Quoon stroot, I' "t
will soil by public miction, a lino of nnoj
tailor koocIh, comprising ' ,
FINE 8i:iaiJ, ' s
LININGS, . .
AND SINGLE SUIT AND PANT
JAS. P. MORGAN) .
The undersigned offers for sale a 'valu
able parceL of Land on the southeast
comer of Bcretanla and Miller Sts. J
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 orj the priperty
one of which Is now rented for $25 per
For further particulars
Apply to ) .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 , 3J Queen St.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
who use jts col
good paper for
S2.50 per an
Farm at llamikua f too
A 40-room Lodging House, n-ytar lease. 5,000
? acres coffee land, Kona J.cooJ
Lnf X mrrm np fnum . . V
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Willi UK AWN,
House and Lot, Punahou , ,oool
Large Lot and good Paying Duslr.ess.... u.ooo '
Large Lot, ralama, nearly i acre 4,000
Lot joxijo.wIOi dwelling house.Quarry St a.joo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Post Office Lnne, - Hoiiolula.
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