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H. I., AUGUST 16, 1899.
We can show you In
A Full Line of
SHMOiBKzk .B M
Porter Purniture Co.,
WAVBRLBY BLOCK, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
A. good Ohisol, Hatchet, Augor Bit,
Knife, Scissors, or any sort of edge tools, ask us for
"KEEN KUTTElt" goods. Thoy aro good goods,
and any article with this naino on will bo replaced
by us at once if found defective. Call for "KEEN
KUTTElt" goods and seo that you get thorn, and
wo will guarantoo satisfaction.
A nice lino of same now ready for you, at tho
tho store of
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and IKins: Sts.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to $ 1.75 per dozen.
Single Sejts of Harness,
From f 10.50 to $35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From 532 to $45.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
Viz: Harness anJ Saddle Leather, Buff Leather. Bag "Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
Leather, Dash Leather, Sole Leather, Splltz Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from
Europe, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep Skins, tic.
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.
p 111 VBdffi
gr4j. Mtl column vtill bt Intttltd f rccriifl
tj3 a hnefirtl initrllon; to tenti ittond inter.
flow; 10 tenlt a u ttk and 50 refill a month. Tbtl U Ibt
tbtaptit advtrthinc tvtr efftnd tbtptoplt of Honolulu.
JENT WANTS ROOM vicinity of HaaleleaLawn.
I Address "W" Hullelln office. m
UANTED-SITUAHON AS COACHMAN; Amer
" lean, practical man. A. II. UOND, Occidental
WANTED-A HOUSE of j or 4 rooms, within easy
distance of business center. Address A SUN
TER. P. O. , isgS-iw
UANTfcD Bulletins of July t at the office 110 King
"" street. ltoi-iw
WANTED-l'OSlTlON by Expert COFrEL Man.
Planter and Miller; several years experience
In these Islands and In Guatamala Address,
"COFFEE." Bulletin office. ns6-tf
UANTED A gentle DRIVING HORSE lor Lady's
"" me. Apply "M." this office. H46
7ANTED soo Men to jpel shaved for ije. (while
VV barbers). II. JEFFS. 610M Fori street, ore.
Club Stables itoo-tf
LOST GOLD MEDAL engraved "Awarded to F. E.
Clark." Valuable to owner. Reward on return to
F CLARK, Dentist. Progress block nor-tl
I OST Postoffice Savings Dank Pass Book No.
- 606 B. Return to Bulletl
Return to Bulletin office.
I OST-Palr of EYE GLASSES, Monday night.
L. somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capt. Ewart, Bark Colusa,
and receive reward. 1145
PR SALE-One handsome SORREL TEAM Island-bred
horses, guaranteed sound and rentle:
one two seated TAMILY CARRIAGE; one set DOU
BIE HARNESS In nerfect order: one thoroughbred
JERSEY COW Wltll BULL CALF. For particu
lars apply to F. W. MACFARLANE, Union Teed Co.,
A TWO-SEATED SURREY WITH
RUBBER THUS. W be sold at a barra
RUBBER TIRES. Will be sold at a bargain
May be seen at the shop of T. II. Murray, King
FOR SALE One second-hand Dow STEAM
PUMP: In. suction. 1 In. discharge: brass
water chamber, with rubber valves.
Apply to J,
EMMELUTH & CO . in King street.
COR SALr-Cheap. a first-class LADIES' CHAIN
T LESSWIIfaEL Inquire Central Fire Station.
COR SALE-A California MILCH COW; good
r breed. Apply to J. M. VIVAS. n;i-lf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H. G. Dlarl. Fort St. noHf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for Chanel or residence. Berpvtrom
Musk Co., Fort street.
,EST j cent meal In town. Try It and be con-
vincea. una 1 txceisior Kestauranl. 1041
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without
board, In private family, 51 Beretanla street.
BEST FURNISHED ROOMS IN CITY at "ALOHA
HOUSE." Fort street, above Kukul street.
Terms moderate. isSfr 1 m
PR RENT-rURNISHEO HOUSE on Beretanla
street. Address P. O. Box 781. isjf-tf
TO LET-A lire
1 DINING ROC
e KITCHEN with RAN3E and
M. furnished, for rent: In rood
locality for business; on easy terms. Inquire at this
During my temporary absence from the
Hawaiian Islands, Mr. W. F. Allen will
act for me under full power of attorney,
(Signed), F. W. MACFARLANE.
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All bills due J. J. Egan prior to 31st
January, 1899, if not paid within thirty
days will be placed In the hands of an
attorney for collection.
J. J. EGAN.
Honolulu, 15th August, 1899.
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OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD., SHARE
HOLDERS are hereby notified that the
proceeds of the fractional shares sold at
auction 66 paid-up shares and 66 assessa
ble shares are now payable at the office
of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., pro rata to
their fractions, being the result from the
division of new stock Issued July 15, 1899.
J. F. HACKFELD,
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K.- of P.
A special vouvontlou of tho Lndtro wilt
be hold THIS (Wednesday) KVKNINU,
at 7:31) o'clock, at thulr CVstlo Hall, Fort
WORK IN TIIIKD DIXniKE.
Hrothors of Oahu Lodgo No. 1, and all
Ixitlug brethren, aro cordially invltod
to bo prosont.
uy oroor or u. u.
A L. MOllKIS,
1290 K. of It. and B.
Regulation for the Keeping
of Swine in Honolulu.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
hed the 9H1 day of August, 1899, Rule 16
of the Sanitary Code was amended so that
the same shall read as follows :
"Rule 16. The keeping of swine In the
city of Honolulu within four miles of the
Postoffice Is hereby prohibited, except In
such localities as are approved by the
Board of Health."
"This amendment shall take effect from
and after the 1st day of November, A. D.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Piesldent of the Board of Health.
In The Circuit Court.
Tbo cnBo of Tibbotta ve. Pali 1b
ou todny before Judo Stuuloy.
In Judgu I'orry'e court tho Wni
nlua Stock chho in still on, .1.13.
Atliprton wna ou tho wituoaa
Btunil tbia morning.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Aug
10, 1 1 in Weather hazy, wind high
Weather Bureau, Puimhou. Aug 10.
Temnernturo Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 83.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06,)
Barometer, Oam, 30.05. Irregular
Rainfall, do, 0.14
Humidity at 9 n m 78 percent.
Dew Point 08 F.
Tuesday, August 15.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Knana
pall; 4750 sacks sugar to H Hackfeld
Am Bchr Robert Lowers, Goodman,
Br stmr Gaollc, Finch, 0 days, 8 hrs
20 rain from San Francisco; pass and
indue to II Hackfeld & Co.
Br stmr Moann, Carey, 5 days 20
hrs from Sail Francisco; pass and
mdso to Wm O Irwin.
Wednesday, August 10.
Bchr Aloha, from San Francisco
with 4 horses and goncral mdso to H
Hackfeld & Co.
Tuesday, August 15.
Stmr Maiil, Macdonald, for Maul
Stmr W Q Hull, Thompson, for Xa
wlllwlll. Stmr Mlkahala, Pcdcrson, for Ma
kawcll. Br S S Doric, Harry Smith, for San
Br S S Bolglan King. Weiss, for San
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
S S Moana, Ciirov, for tho Colonies
at 4 o clock.
S S Gaelic, Finch, for Yokohama at
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, for Laha
Ina. Hoiiokua nnd Kukulhaelo at !
Stmr James Makec, Tullett, for
Kupaa at 4 o'clock
U S T Tucoma, Pedorson, for Manila
with 200 horses.
BktnoW G Irwin, Williams, for
San Francisco with 632 tons of sugar.
Missionary bark Morning Star,
Garland, for the Carolines.
Schr Ada, Moses, for Haualcl and
Schr Kawalliuil, Sam, forKoolau
8 S Ellhu Thompson, Whitney, for
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
8. S. (Helio fir Yokohama at 5
o'clock thU nftornoon.
At 4 p. m. tbo Moana will be
despatched for the Colonics.
For Honolulu: Bk C 1uh u ul
from Doptirture Day; bk Martbu
Davis, at Saa Francisco, r turns
to Honolulu in the Fluuiora' line;
schr J B Leeds, lumber from
Gray'a Harbor; schr A J West
lumbor from Gray's Harbor.
Tho 8. 8. Gaelic loft 8an Fran-
ciaco AuuuBt 9tb at 1:50 p. m.; time
to Honolulu, 0 dttys a houru and
23 minuies. Tbo 8.8. Moana loft
tbo 8nmo port at 0:15 a. m. on tbo
lUtb instant; timo to port 5 days
10 hours and 30 minutos. The
Moana beat the Gttolio by almost
Neatness and despatch cbar
notorizes the re-loading of the 200
horses aboard tbo transport Tn
couia wbiob sails this afternoon
for MhdiIu. The officers of tho
cavalry aboard upeak highly of the
counuot of their men and deny
storifs to any other effect. Oapt.
Gress also speaks woll of his
llabvaa Corpua Onac,
Yettoidty nfternoou Judce Frear
rendered a partial decision iu the
habeas corpus cas of tbo two Clii
uouo which tbo authorities intend
to deport this afternoon. Ihe
ohho went ou ngiiu this morniu(,'.
The contention of the petitioners'
attoruoy is that tbo Collector of
Customs only, and not tho Chi
nese luspector, but tho power to
decide upon tho right of Chinese
to land. This, inasmuch as tbo
pleadings nhotv that iu this catu
the inspector so decided, ho nlono
now bis the petitioners in custody,
and tlioy should bo discharged.
The Court said: "It has been
considered by our Supreme Court
in tho oise of WoucTuok, llHaw.
Itep. G23, that tho Chinese Iospeo
tor had tho requisite powor to do
oido on the rights of Chinese jo
land. While lam not certain in
my own mind as to tho soundness
of the Court's reaioning, still I am
iucliued to think that tbo decision
was correot. I will resorvo my
final dooisiou, however, to be mado
at tho clouo of this oaso."
J, K. Brown, one ot the respond
ents iu the obho, was iu rear! Oily
this morning, nud on aocouut of
his abaonco the cneo waB ilolnyod,
SAMOAN COMiniSWION'H WOHK,
Washington, August 7. Count
von Hnoke ot tho German Em
bassy called at thf State Depart
ment daring tho day nnd had n
long talk with Assistant Secretary
Orialor, who tins special obargo of
Samoan affairs. It brought out
no now phases, however. It ap-
Eeara that Ohief Justico Ohnm
ers' visit here may bo doferred
until next month, as bo has writ-
ton n nrivato letter to ono of tho
officials in this city, saying that ho
probably would put off uis visit
According to the view taken at
the State DeDartraont tho notion
of the Samoan Commission, so
far as it ohanaes tho Berlin troatv
is merely a referendum and does
not becomo effective until formally
approved by tho three govern
ments, and, in this country, rati
fied by the Sennto.
Hdtnrnna. a Total Wreck.
Manila, August 9. Theetoamor
Saturnus of the Compnuia Mari
time, coasting under the Americ
an flag, was discovered August 2
by the United States gunboat
Pampahga boaohed at San Fer
nnndo under tbo insurgent
troocbes there. The steamer was
boarded by an armed boat's crew
nnd the passengers woro taken off,
Tho cargo, consisting of gonoral
merchandise and $10U,000 in spe
cie had been sacked. Saveral at
tempts to tow tho Saturnus off
I woro unsuccessful. The Pampanga
iuuu iuii oau j-eruauuo in searcu
of furthor assistance, wheronpon
the insurgonts returned and sot
tiro to the vessel. The United
Stntos gunboat Yorktown arrived
here yesterday after bombarding
San Fornaudo. Tho Saturnus, sho
reported, was still smouldering,
and the vessel was n total wrock.
To Mnul on Dualneai,
W. J. Coelho went to Huolo,
Maui, yestorday on business con
nected with the native hui claim
to four acros each, of government
land. Eaoh of tbo natives claim
that they have homesteaded these
lauds under the law, but tbo con
testants assert that they lost
their day in con t by negligenco
in the perfection of their claims.
It is an open fact that this will
be a hotly contested litigation and
that the decision will have a para
mount bearing upon the alleged
unsettled condition of tho present
land laws of the islands.
Experience is the only
thorough teacher. In photo
graphing particularly, you will
find that conditions in Hawaii
are not the same as elsewhere.
We have an experienced man
to handle kodak developing
110 Hotel street.
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands, D.C. Little, of Robertson, Little
& Robertson, will act for me under full
power of attorney.
!298-3t D. CLARKE ROBERTSON
From and after this date and until fur
ther notice, Ho Fon, Esq., will sign the
firm name per procuration.
August 15th, 1899.
1297-iw BISHOP & CO.
MISS MAGGIF MOORE) -n, F , f5;ff;
MR. II. K. ROBERTS SULt Ubbbttb
Greatest Theatrical Attraction
Ever offered to the theatre-t,'ur of Honolulu I
FOR A SEASON OF EIGHT MIGHTS
AND TWO MATINEES.
Saturday Next, August 19th,
EVERY ALTERNATE EVENING,
riftt Appearance of the WorM'f Greatest Star,
. . AND ....
fir. H. R. Roberts,
The Eminent Australian Actor,
Supported by their Dillllant AUSTRA1 IAS ORGAN-
l&Allun uuect irum Australia, per
The World-famous ComeJy-Drami, (the Greatest
success ot tnis ueniuryj,
"Struck Oil I"
JOHN STOFEL MR. II. II. RODENTS
LIZZIE STOIfcL MAGU1L- MOORE
(Her Original Character)
The character of LUfle Stolel has been playeJ by
miss maKCie ntoore upwara or j.duo times, an 0'
Hi. wond. All the original Songs. Dances, etc.
To be followed by tne amusing AlleM'lece,
The Chinese Question !
SPECIAL NOTICE Tickets for all parts of the
house now on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s Prices of
admission. Lower line, Ii)t Loges fios Dress
Circle. Si. , I amlly Circle, llrsl row, $i, GalUry,
jnc; upper (1'ises, io; Ore tstra. St. so, Two Last
Ruwt liruwClrcle. Ii. I'amlly Circle, back ruws. tic.
Season Tickets fur eleht nlulits performances, Sio,
,V JOSLPH IVNNLY, Representative,
: 33 Queen Street
On FRIDAY, August 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, an Invoice of Tailor
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Having purchasod a tract of the finest
land in Manoa for residence sites, I will
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 a grand view of Manoa Valley
and the picturesque country to Diamond
Theie are 10 lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Lihollho 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. MORGAV,
33 Quten street.
TO - NIGHT I
Post and Marlon's Comedy,
Tie Arrival of Jii Jeffries!
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and Haeward
In an Interrstlng Shit.
Post and- Marion's
Alexander's - Return!
General Admission, ;c. and 50c.
Last six rows for Children under it years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs, 500
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
Family Matinee Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
2. Lot at Palama, about H acre.
3. A 4o-room lodging house, with a 12
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrally located.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part In
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
r. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
I. Lot 75 x 200, Heretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Q Pout Oltleo Luno, - Honolulu.
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