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1HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 18, 1899.
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For additional Shipping News set seventh rage.
Porter Furniture Co.,
WAVBRLBY BLOCK, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
WHEN YOU WANTS
A good Ohisol, Hatcliot, Auger Bit,
Knife, Scissors, or any sort of edge tools, ask us for
"KEEN KUTTER" goods. Thoy arc good goods,
and any article with this naino on will bq replaced
by us at once if found defective Call for "KEEN
KUTT Ell" goods and seo that you got thorn, and
wo will guarantoe satisfaction.
A nice lino of same now roady for you, at tho
tho store of
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Kambler Agonta.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Which Is now on sale at lowest market prices:
Non-Shrinking Patent Redwood Tanks,
assorted sizes, from Soo to 10,000 gallons each.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted sizes, y2 to 2 in.
Suction Hose and Steam Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing assorted sizes, viz:
Usudurian, Amazon, Peerless. Pure Gum and Flat Rubber, Rainbow, Round and
Square Tucks, Square Flax, Hemp, Soapstone, Asbestos round, board and wicks
Patent Wnsh-Out Closets, with latest Improvements.
Galvanized Iron SINKS. Penn. LAWN MOWERS-io, 12, u and i: inch
Steel RO AID SCRAPERS, Tubular WHEELBARROWS, Pan-AmerlcanWheel1
l r jus, Champion Canal Wlieelbarrows, Extra Heavy Breaking PLOWS Avlne's
St'el Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, assorted sis, Iron Ace CULTIVATORS, GRIND
STONES, assorted sUes, with or without frames, Galvanized WIRE NETTING
assorted sizes and widths. Green WIRE CLOTH, assorted do, Copper Wire Cloth'
I, win Itwl Wlw rinlh Pnnlnwrtl THfll ! PirltiMrc nil.rc In ..I.. ra.l"..l
Check VALVEb, assorted sizes; Tube Cleaners and Scrapers, assorted sizes; CANE
4tm v ud, wmi ui wiuiuui iiuuks; iimuier rmv lid, assoaeu sizes, liUKIier Clean
ers, Butcher Scales, Platform SCALES, from 400 to 2,000 pounds, and just the thing
for warehouses, etc.; Leather BELTING, assorted sizes, both single and double; Giant
POWDER In so lb. cases, No. 1 and 2 Blasting Powder In 251b. kegs. Black Rice
Bird Powder In 6(, 12JS and 25 lb kegs, alsi M and 'A lb. tins: flask Giant Powder
Caps. 100 in each box; best Water Fuse, 100 feet In coll; CARTRIDGES for Pistols,
assorted .sles, Cartridges for Rifles, do, Cartridges for Shotguns, do; Anti-Caloric
Plaster In bags, Anti-Caloric Sectional Pipe Covering, assorted sizes.
And 11 great many useful articles for house purposes. We will be pleased to
slim our rounds to anyone. Our stocks at lowest market prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ld
Bookcases, &c, &c.
& SON, Ltd,
OST-A nt-ACK LEATHER MEDICINE CASE.
- Reward. MEDICO. bulletin. noi-H
I OST-GOLD MEDAL eneraved "Awarded to F. E.
L- Clark." Sjoo Reward. F CLAHK. Dentist,
Progre m block. taoTtf
LOST Pojlofllce Savings Dank Past Book No.
606 H. Return lo Hullelln office. n
I OST-Palr ol EYE GLASSES, Monday night.
- omehere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capt. Ewart, Hark Colusa,
and receive reward. it
TO LET-rURNISIIED HOUSE ol six rooms,
Punahou. Address E. P., Bulletin office, ijoi-tf
PURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
I Bulletin office.
NICELY rURNISIIED ROOMS, with or without
board. In pilvate family, jij Beretanla street.
BEST FURNISHED ROOMS IN CITY at "ALOHA
HOUSE," Tort street, above Kukul street.
Terms moderate. r86im
COR RENT-rURNISHE 1 HOUSE on Beretanla
' street. Address P. O. Boa ?8r, iS-ll
TO LET-A large KITCHEN with RAN3E and
DINING ROOM, furnished, for renl, In good
locality for business; on easy terms. Inquire at this
PR SALE-One Remington TYPEWRITER. In
first-class condition. Inquire C. L HEAL, at
Lewers & Cooke's. tjot-iw
COR SALE-One htndsome SORRI"L TEAM Isl-
and-bred horses, guaranteed sound and gentle;
one two seated FAMILY CARRIAGE; one setlXJU
III E HARNESS In perfect order: one thorouehbred
JERSEY COW WITH HULL CLF. for patt'eu-
lars apply to F. W. MACFARLANE. Union Feed Co.,
POR SLE-A TWO-SEATED SURREY WITH
T 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; j In. suction, 4 In, discharge; brass
water chamber with rubber valves. Apply to J.
EMMELUTH & CO m King street. n8i
POR SLr-Cheap,a first-class LADIES' CHAIN
r LESSWHtEL Inquire Cen ral Tire Station.
POR SALE-A California MILCH COW; good
r breed. Apply to J, M. VIVAS. iisi-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H. G. Plan. Fort St. liot-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
r Suitable for chapel or residence. Brrgstrom
Music Co . Tort street. io6
EST tt cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced, una 1 excel si or Kesiaurani 1041
WANTED SITUATION AS COACHMAN; Amer
ican, cractlcal man. A. II. HOND. Occidental
WANTED-A HOUSE of i or 4 rooroj within easy
distance of business center. Address A SUN
TER. P.O. uoS-iw
WANTED-POSITION by Expert COFFEL Man.
Planter and Miller; several years experience
In these Islanas and In Guatamala Address,
"COI-rfcE." Bulletin office. n;6-if
WANTED-A gentle DRIVING HORSE for Lady's
use. Apply "M." this office. 1146
WANTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15c. (while
W barbers). II. JfcFFS. 619H Fort street, opp.
Club Stables tsoo-tf
Friday, August 18.
d 1 nsr :isr b r,
Lobstor a In Newburg
Ox Tall, Wlno 8auen
Calf's iloail, with vlnnlgrotto Banco
Veal Croquottos, with Mushrooms
Bollod rotntoos Bollod Rice
Baked Taro Qroon Poas
Lamb, Mint Sauco
Poach Pie Poar Pie
Nuts RalsttiH Bananas Oranges
Toa Cflwo Iced Tea
Business Lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
ttSTDInnor from S to 7 p. m., 50 conls.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Tic ho Bakcrv Caff,
Diamond Head Signal Station, A tic
1H, 1 p m Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Auk IB.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 84.
(Barometer corrected for gravity-.06,)
Barometer, 0 am, 29.07. Irregular.
Rainfall, do, 0.00
Humidity at 0 a m 01 percent.
Dew Point 65 F.
Thursday, Auguat 17.
Am scltr Esther Buhne, O Ander
son, from Eureka, 20 days;' 329,717
feet of lumbor.
Sip Vol unto, from fishing cruise
Friday, August 18.
L Stmr Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai
wiin U3U nags of sugar to uastio &
(Moke, and 375 bngs to Wm Holt &
Jap 8 8 Toyo Marti, Tomltn. from
Yokohama with 7t)0 Immigrants and
400 tons general mdse to Theo H Da
vies & Co.
Stmr Manna Loo, Simcrson, tfroni
Knna and Kau with 7721 bugs of sugar
20 hi-ad or cattle, 10 bags of colIVc, 20
bundles of hides, 1 donkoy, 10 hogs
anil 300 ;iltgs sundries.
Thursday, August 17.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlu, for
Stmr Kllohana, Thompson, for
Elculo nutl Mukawclt.
Friday, August 18.
Schr Knlulnnl, Moses, for Koolnu.
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Hclcne, Welsbarth,, for Pa
nulmti, Kukaiau, Mnhukotia, Ookala
and Hllo nt4 o'clock.
StmrKnual, Bruhn. forLahatuannd
Kaauupall at 5 o'clock.
Iwnlnni nt Inst reports was at
Wentbor on tho south sido of
Kauai reported fair.
Tho Noqru from Wnimea this
mnrnin) roporls the MiknhhU at
Arnkawoli, expecting to lonvo ln
niRht; tho W. G. Hall at Koloa;
tho Waialcale at Knpaa, experi
encinu rough wont her and the
James Makeo at Hanamauln.
From Eona nrjd Eau, per stmr
Muuna Lon, Aug 18 Capt 0 J
Campbell, Mia Wm Eua, Misa E
Kan, JH Retinoid, Miss Akeau,
0 F True, Mies HiHa Myhre,
Thos Hane, V W Braner, Mrs
OHvpr, Master Oliver, J Mahaiua,
Mrs Kaupikn and '.i children, Mirts.
Aunie, It Mnknlmlupu, Mrs Capt
Freeman, Dr Hnynt-hi, J A Mo
Quirp, Mra A Ft'rnand.'z, M O
Hogs ocd wifp, Mr Robinson, T F
Sunburn. Mr Vivts, H Kiili, Sam
Parkor, Spnator Olark, W B8oott,
A Palapala, Mr 8elf, D MoCor
riston and wife, W J Lowno, J S
Canario, F Hnyeeldon, Walter
HuyseldoD, Dr Oliver.
PAUNCEFORTB'B CllKBnPl'l, VIEW.
London, Auyoat 5 Lord Paun
oefoto, tho British Ambassador to
tho United States, continues to
receive numberless congratula
tions on his elevation to the peer
agp. A represeotativo of tbo Asso
ciated Press yesterday saw piles of
letters and telegrams ou his table,
but, singularly, nono has yet aniv
ed from Amotion. Tho Ambassa
dor 1-a d:
"Naturally, I am averse to tram
poling my work at thp conference.
Little can be said that tho world
does not know already. But I onn
express my solid conviction tln.t a
tangible commencement Im-t been
made in new methods of interna
tional dealiui!, pspeoially iu tho
settlement of tho gravo iosu s
which are bound to arise at times
"It would be manifestly out of
place for me to discuss the Alas
kan question. I am not euro I am
thoroughly conversant will) its
later developments. But tho good'
boubp, tact and wisdom 01 the
diplomats on both sides are sufli
cient (inarantee of a final, honor
able settlement. I am afraid ex
cessive praise has. boon rendered
mo for tho good understanding
which exists between tho two
countries, but it is assuredly flat
tering, and it would be affeotatiou
on my part to appear toignoro the
happy ohango which has enmo
about recently, and which nono is
in a better position to rooognizo
than tho AmuRSBHtlor.
"Owing to tho prorogation I
shall be unablo to tako my seat
during tho proont BPUsioiiB of
Parliament, but I will go to Y iniN
sor to 'kiss hands' in tho ordinary
Miss Moggie Moore and Mr. II. R. Roberts, Sole Lessees
Ever Offered to the Theatre-Goers of Honolulu.
POR A SEASON OF EIGHT NIGHTS AND TWO MATINEES,
Commencing To-morrow, SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
And every alternate evening.
The first appearance in Honolulu of the World's Greatest Star,
HISS MAGGIE HOORE; tf MR H. B. ROBERTS,
The Eminent Australian Actor, supported by their BRILLIANT AUSTRALIAN
ORGANIZATION direct from Australia, per R. M. S. Alameda. "alian
Initial production, on a great scale of magnificence, will be the world-famous comedv
drama, the greatest success of this century), '
JOHN STOFEL. ... MR. II. R. """'' ,
The Character of Utile Stofel hat been played by Miss Maggie Moore upward of ?ooo
the world. All the original Songs and Dince, Including "Don't Make Me Laugh," "Prell
"Little's Farewell," and the "bur Spangled banner," to be followed by the amusing aftei
Esoeclattv written for Alltt Marple Moore, and
All Ka-runga-Fe. Yung (alias Ullly Biff)
San See Lon (alias Kitty Mcbhane), (her original character) MISS MAGGIE MOOPP
;purlng the action ol the farce Miss Maggie Moore wl.l sing "Th. Irish Farmyird " and selections
from "Chliese Opera," supported by the lull strength of the company. aeiecuona
VTIckets lor all parts ol the house now on sale
niCVCLK TIlIEVEH AUHOAD
Tho Police Dopartmont wishes
to inform bicycle owners that they
must take extra precaution in rof
erence-to thoir machines. Nu
merous cnmnlnints of biovoloe
Rtoleu havn beon made at tho po
lice station during tho pnst week.
Evidontlv the moonlioht niahts
and tho fine weather have instill
ed in tho hearts of dorao peoplo a
deeiro for bicycle rides or "bor
rowed" machines for there is just
now, a regular epidemic. The
bicTcle shops complain that tbey
have lost from two to three ma
chines npipce. A little boy callod
hi iuu puiiuf Hituiuu una uiuruiug
to bhv that hifl bicvcln had been
stolen. Mr. Hancock of the Ilia
don Iron Works was thoro yoster
day to make the same kind of a
A birdseye view of the region
about Manila. It is given in On To
Post and Marion,
The Happy Hottentots!
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and tfaeward
In A WINTER'S NIGHT.
Post and Marion's
The Arrival of Jim JelTriBS !
Jeneral Admission, sc. and ?oc
Last sl rows for Children under 11 years, toe.
Keservea i.nairs, ;oc.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 940.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
The Bureau of Agriculture of the Ha
waiian llands makes the request to the
public that If all those persons who have
si-eds of fruit or ornamental trees, and are
willing to donate these for tlie benefit of the
public, will kindly notify David Haughs.
Secretary and Commissioner, by telephone
or otherwise, he will be pleased to call for
Telephone 337 or 210.
From and after this date and until fur
ther notice, Ho Fon, Esq., will sign the
firm name per procuration.,
August 15th, 1890.
1297-iw BISHOP & OD.
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ol Records.
"Olllco No. 15 Kiialiunmnu htruot.
ttflTTtiluplnmu No. 871).
NOTaRY PUBLIC an TYPEWRITER
Office! sol Merchant sirnt, Campbell block, rsai
J, O, Carter's office. I, O, lloa i;
., " STOFEL MAGGIP. MnriDn
time, att mu.
rjlaved with lmn.nu na. ii.-n..i.A... .. , .
M& it Dni rorc
at Wall, NUhols Co. s.
33 Queen Street
Having purchased a tract of the finest "
land In Manoa for residence sites, I will
now receive applications from pjrtles 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
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, A
33 Queen street.
2. Lot at Palama, about M acre.
3. A 40-room lodging house, with a 12
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrally looted.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii part In
6. Lot 50 xi 20 Quarry street, near H. ,
7. Farm at S. Kona. part In coffee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Beretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Q Pottt Office Lunof Honolulu,