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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 12, 1899,
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Porter Furniture Co.,
WAVBRLBY BLOCK, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
WHEN YOU WANTS
A good Ohisol, Hatcliot, Augor Bit,
Knife, Scissors, or any sort of edge tools, ask us for
"KEEN 3CUTTEU" goods. Thoy aro good goods,
and any artiolo with this name on will bo replaced
by us at once if found defective. Call for "KEEN
KUTTEll" goods and see that you got tlioin, and
wo will guavantoo satisfaction.
A nice lino of sanio now ready for you, at the
tlio store of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and TCing Sts.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
"From 50 cents to $1.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
From $10.50 to $35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From $jz to J45.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
X Good Stock of Leather on Hand
lz: Harness and Stddle Leather, Huff Leather, Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
Leather, Dash Leather, Sole Leather, Splltz Leather, Genuine French Calf Shins from
Europe, Goat SUIns, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep Skins, &c.
Harness and Bridle Buckles. Assorted Sizes,
Shoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
White, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,Ld
Bookcases, &c, &c.
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WfjSS''''- ' '" column will ( inutliJ at Iftiill
4 Untjirtt Inttrtion; to ttntt stcond inttr
Uoni jo ttntt a vittk and fo tinti a month, Ibil It tbi
tbttpttt aJvtrtiit n? tvtt ojftrtd tbi ptoplt of Honolulu.
XANTED Gentleman anJ wife wish a eood mnJ
' erale-ptlreJ COTTAGE, or would occupy fur-
nisnej house in aosence or owners. No children,
dogs or pets.
Address P. O.
WANTHD Bulletins of July i if the office 110 King
WANTED-I'OSITION by Expert COFrEt Man,
Planter and Miller; several years experience
In. thee Islands and In Gualamala Address,
-OH Eli. Uullelln office. ta6-lf
U7ANTED-A (rentle DRIVING HORSE fortady'i
vy use. Apply "M." Ihls office. i46
WANTFD 500 Men to cet shaved for 15c. (white
VV barbers). H. JEFFS. 6toK Fori street, opp.
uiuo aiapies taot)ll
LOST On Deretanla street, between 4 and 4 )o P
m Aug. Qth, a RAIN COAT. Finder please re
turn to Bulletin office Reward. noi-lf
Postoffice Savlnri Hank Pa tlnnk No.
606 II. Return to Bulletin office. u;l
I OST Pair of EYE GLASSES, Monday night.
L. somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capl. Ewart, Hark Colusa,
and receive reward. 114,
PR SALE-One handsome SORREL TEAM lsl
andbred horses, guaranteed tound and gentle;
one two-seated FAMILY CARRIAGE; one set DOU
BLE HARNESS In perfect order: one thoroughbred
JERSEY COW WITH BULL CALI For particu
lars apply to F. W. MACFARLANE, Union Fred Co.,
COR S.LE-A TWO-SEATED SURREY WITH
T RUBBER TIRES. Will be sold at a bargain
May be seen at the shop of T. U. Murray, King
FOR SALE One second-hand Dow STEAM
PUMP; j In. suction, 4 In, discharge; brass
water chamber with rubber valves. Apply to J
EMMELUTH & CO . ait King street. 1181
FOR SALE Cheap, a first-class LADIES' CHAIN
LESS WHEEL Inquire Cen'rat Tire Station.
PR SALE A fine family Imported COW, accli
mated. Will sell cheap Address ' COW," this
FOR SALE A California MILCH COW, good
breed. Apply lo J. M. VIVAS. nji-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply In II. G. Blart. Fort St. noytf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co.. Fort street. 106,
ST cent meat In town. Try II and be con
vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. ion
NICELY rURNISIIED ROOMS, wlih or without
board, In private family, 51) Beretanla street
BEST FURNISHED ROOMS IN CITY al "ALOHA
HOUSE," Fort street, above Kukul streit
Terms moderate, t36-im
COR RENT-rURNISHEO HOUSE on Beretanla
' street. Address P. O. Box 781. ii-tl
TO LET A large KITCHEN with RANGE and
1 DINING ROOM, furnished, for rent: In good
locality for business; on easy terms. Inquire al this
(FEU D 1AVA1S).
In Oonconlratoti Drops
rc ' Is tlio Hell Midiclne for
xi ANLMIA, POORhESii OF BLOOC
i JL f !l IIxavais' Ikom Is Treserlbei
or all Countries.
Itai nnllitr Tattt nor Smllt
Don not ConiUtott
Don not lllackin iht fiilh
Soon brings back
leware of Iron wlnei. ellilra sud vthrr Imltiilout of tai
Ornalii. Article B M b all Ck.ml.ti and DruirliU.
Wholesale 1 ijo, Kuo Lafayette, I'Aais.
P. H. Bumette has this day been ap
pointed a Notary Publle for the First
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July ig, 1899.
Chas. F. Chlllingsworth has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June i, 1899.
Yacht 1,1 Pntoina.
San Frnnoisco, Aup. 2, The
yacht Li Pulomi bus heeu bought
of W. S, Goodfollow by Uolouol
Mncfarliino of Honolulu, ex clnm
borlrun to Queeu Luiuokitlani.
Sbo will anil today for IIouolulu
in command of Captain McPbail,
late nmlo of the bark Andrew
Welch. Captaiu Jobn O. Wells
will bo n passeugpr upon her and
will command her in Honolulu.
He hns been euporintendent for
the HosHiifelda of the loading of
Now lork bound vessels.
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in malting enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
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For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Dlnmoml Head SlKiml Station, A up;
vz, 1 pm weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Funahou, Aug 12.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 84.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06.)
Barometer, 9 am, 29.08. Irregular,
Rainfall, do, 0.00
Humidity at 9 a m 68 percent.
Dew Point 67 F.
Friday, August U.
Stmr Mokolli, Dower, from Kaunn
kakai; 238 bags taro, 23 pkgs mtlse,
104 sheep, 1 horse.
Bohr Concord, Mana, from Eleelc.
Am stmr City of Peking, Smith, 6
days 2 hours from San Francisco.
Saturday, Aug 12.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, from
Stmr Mlkulialn. Podcrson, from
Kauai with 1600 bags of sugar for
Alexander & Baldwin, and 3400 bags
for H Waterhouse & Co.
Stmr Noeou, Wyman, from Kauai
with 10 bales of bags for II Hackfcld
& Co anil n pkgs sundries.
Stmr Itliouaim, Thompson, from
Kauai with 3804 bngs.of sugat for H
Hackfold & Co, anil 20 pkgs of sun
dries. Stmr Upolti, Hcnulngscn, front Ko-
liala and Kona witn n passengers, uo
charcoal and miscellaneous
Friday. August 11.
Stmr Mokolli, Dudolt, for Katina
kakul. U 8 A T Indiana, Morle, for Manila
VESSELS LEAVINO TODAY.
Stmr Kcauhou, Mosliur, for Ko
loa and Eloolo at 3 o'clock.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Fair weutber on Kauai.
Kekaha mill has stopped grind
ing. The W. G. Hall is reported at
Hoad seas and strong winds re
ported in Kauai channel.
Sugar uwaitiun shipment on
Kauai amounts to 18,548 bags.
The S S. City of Peking Bails
for tbo Orient at 9 o'clock tonight.
Tho steauiorri Kiuau and Olau
dino are due tonight aid tomor
At Brewer's wharf tho mission
ary barkontino Moruiop Star will
make roi ly fi r a South Sea voy
On the arrival of tbo S. S. Bel
gian mng, auo iron xokouama
this afternoon, the Oceanic wharf
will be ready for her discharge.
S. S. City of Peking left San
Francisco on Saturday, August 5
a little before 3 o'clock in (he
afternoon. A most deli'htful
passage was experience I all tbo
way down. Time: 6 diysand 2
Tho City of Peking wont on
Huntor's Point dry dock in San
Francisco on August 1, whore she
was freed from the lanat of algaa
and barnaoloj which iuorastod
her. She brought a number of
pabrougers for this port and 43
bngH of mail. She sails for Yoko
hama at 9 p. ra.
D. S. A. T. Indiana sailed for
Manila last evening. Great trou
bin wns mot with in rounding up
deliuquoute, and several soldiers
were misfiinc wheu the transport
departed. A bugler marched up
aod down Fort aud Nuuanu streets
fur some time previous to the
vessel's going aud cuards were
out all over the city looking for
the absent ones.
From Kauai, per stmr Nooaut
Aug 12 J Ousbingham and 3
From Kauai, per stmr Kilo
haua, Aug 12 Miss H It Neal,
S II Comstock aud 4 deck.
From Koai and Kohala per
stmr Upolu, Aug 12 T Parson,
D Ortmau, Mr and Mrs Perry. J
Hiud, Ituntou Hind aud Miss E
M Hiud and 4 dock.
From Kauai, per stmr Mika
liHla, Aug 12-S B Dole, H Mor
rison, Mi-s Center, Miss Mahlum,
Miss Dreier, Mrs W Wright, A J
Mirrk'B, James Scott, A F Knud
Hen aud wife, J Markbam, wife
aud family and G deck.
Prralilent Dole Uncle.
Pri'sideut Dolo returned from
Kauai in tho Mikahala this raorn
iug leaving Mrs. Dolo on tbo Gar
den Isle at the bedside of her sick
nephew, Guy Dennot. Mr. Dole
sayB that the younc man shows a
grpat improvement since tho oper
ation. Tho l'rnsidout wns at the
Executive buildiug this raoruiug
bit had no meeting with tbo Oabi
Thoolllco of tho Unitod States
Co n mil in Porto Uioo m boon
LAST NIGHT'S STATE BALL
Celebralfon of First Anniversary
of Flag Raising Day.
Success from Beginning to End Good Time Ex
perienced bj All- Good Music for Dancers
Those Woo Received and Olners.
To Minister Mott-Smitb is duo
the groat success of the recoption
and ball at tho Executive building
last night in celebration of the first
anniversary of tho raising of tho
American Hag in Hawaii.
Thero was not a hitch from
beginning to end. Tho guosts
came, tvoro conducted to the dress
ing rooms by the ushers, wont into
tho throne room ablaze with lights,
wero received by Minister and
Mrs. Mott-Smitb and Minister aud
Mrs. Damon, and then passed out
to the veraudaa or promenaded
about tbo ball room enjoying the
beautiful arrangement of floral
decorations and furniture arranged
by Mrs. King and her able assist
ants. Tho Ministers and their wiveB
who reooived the guests, ittood in
their places at tbo upper end of
the throne room, beforo a bank of
ferns, for about an hour after the
guests arrived, and thon mingled
with them, speaking pleasant
words hero and there, and ranking
overyono present feel perfectly at
Then the musio started up and
tho floor of tho ball-room was im
mediately covered by gracefully
gliding couples. Professor Borgor
and his boyB were stationed be
tween the staircaso and the ball
room, playing danco musio as they
never have before.
Waitors in whitoBuit? circulated
from veranda to hall bear
ing trays of light refresh
moots and seeing that uono re
mained unserved. In back, tables
ladon with refreshments wore only
waiting for guests to approach.
Uuo of the things mort talked
about was the electrical illumina
tion of red, white aud bluo lights
that adorned tho front of tho build
ing, and the American flag that
formed a centre of attraction. The
-ight wfiB indeed a beautiful one.
Outliued as it was with these
myriad lights, tho Excoutivo build
ing stood out to great advantage.
Tho floral decorations have
already boon dwelt on, so that no
furthor mention is necessary.
Among tbo guests of tbo ovoning
were tho following:
Commander Hughes and officers
of tbo U. S. S. Boston, oiBcors of
the military aboard the Tacoma,
Lieut. Pond and officers of the
Iroquois, Special Agent Sowall,
Juilgo and Mrs W L Stanley, Mr
and Mrs F M Hatch, Colonel and
Mrs Mills, Commander Merry, Mr
and Mrs W It Castle, Auditor-
General H O Austin and wife, Mr
and Mrs E R Adams, Justice and
Mrs Frear, Mrs Paty, Miss Paty,
Mr and Mrs FTP Waterhouse,
Mr and Mrs Theo F Lansing, Mr
B F Dillingham, Mr and Mrs F J
Cross, Miss McCew, Mr aud
Mrs L W Hough, Mr and
Mrs W A Houshall, Mr
Fred Smitb, Major and Mrs
George McLeod, DrBuffum, How
ard Buffum, Dr Howard, Captain
Penhallow, Mr and Mrs S K Ka
ne, Mrs Gorritt P Wildor, Mrs II
R Berg, Mrs Montague Tumor,
Capt Cress, Prof and MrB Bick
moro, Mr and Mrs P L Weaver,
Dr W T Monsarrat, Judge Perry
Dr O L Garviu, Dr I Mooro and
wifo, tho Misses Afong, Miss Krte
Kelley. Miss MoAdams, tho Misses
Gardiner, Miss MoLean, Miss E
li Muuson, Miss Phillips, Miss
Mopsmnu. tbo Misses Taylor, Mies
Amy Roe, Mossrs ChasFrnzer,
Mist, Laupo, H B Franklin, Otto
A Bendt, Louis Keuake, Goorge
Armstrong, Tarn McGrow, F H
Austin, W W Duisenborg, Fox, H
D Sloggett, E B Barthrop, Goorgo
Martin, G E Morgan, Chas West,
Ruby Doxtor and HE Heudorioks
Tho guests wero uot largo in
numbers but were sufficient to
render the plaoo comfortable.
The usborB wore as follows:
Captaiu Charles Wilcox, Captains
T H Potrio, Lieuts. Rose aud Bo
you aud Frank Atherton. Major
Pottur was in charge of ovury
Bodios of tho eovon men who
wero Bhot at Harper's Forry with
John Brown havo boon moved to
North Elbii, whoro thoy will roBt
beside tho body of tbo old libera-
33 Queen Street
On MONDAY, August Htbr
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mrs. rimlnlr Rnrf
street, next to Progress Block, 1 will sell
at Public Auction the household furniture
EXTENSION DINING TABLE,
PALMS AND FERNS.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
a AT MANOA
Having purchasod a tract of the finest
land In Manoa for residence sites, I wl 11
now receive applications from parties de
siring to purchase.
These lots are Immediately In front of
the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and
command .1 grand view of Manoa Valley
and the picturesque country to Diamond
There are 10 lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Llhollho street.
The lots are each 100 feet wide, and
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on West
Terms one third cash, balance In one
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen street.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing assessments have been levied on the
Assessable Stock of the McBryde Sugar
Co., Ltd., which are payable at the office
of Theo. H, Davles & Co., Ltd.:
5 per cent ($1.00 per share) payable on
the 15th day of August, 1809, and delin
quent on the 1st day of September, 1899.
5 per cent ($1.00 per share) payable on
the 1st day of October, 1899, and delin
quent on the 1st day of November, 1809.
S per cent ($1.00 per share) payable on
the 1st day of January, 1900, and delin
quent on the 1st day of February, 1900.
By order of the Directors.
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
Treasurer McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, August 5th, 1899. i29o-iw
Corner lot and cottage at
Kalihi. Terms $200 cash,
balance $25 per month. A
good chance to secure a homo
on easy torins. v
A number of lots at Kalihi, -.
50 x 100 each. Terms to-rj-suit
No. 10 Fort St.
2. Lot at Palama, about 'A acre.
3. A 40-room lodging house, with a 12
year lease. , ...
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrally located.
5. Farm at Hamakua,f Hawaii j part In
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S
1 at b. K
ona, part In coffee.
75 X 200,
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Q Pout Office L11110, Honolulu.
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