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THE EVENING JJDLLETJNf HONOLULU, 11. I., AUGUST 24, 18MJ
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Porter Furniture Co.,
VAVGRLBY BLOCK, COR.
Kuif -, oissors, or any son of ocigo tools, ask us for
"KEEN KUTTEli" goods. Tlioy aro good good),
and any articlo with this naino on will ho rophiccd
by u- at onco if found defective. Call for "KEEN
K.UTTI5R" goods and seo that you got thoin, and
we will guarantee satisfaction.
A nico lino of same now ready for you, at the
the storo of
Oor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
Columbia and Itambler Agents.
JUST RBCEIVBD, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Which Is now on sale at lowest market prices :
Non- Shrinking Patent Redwood Tanks,
frssorted sizes, from "oo to 10,000 gallons each.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted sizes, yi to 24 in.
Suction Hose and Steam Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing assorted sizes, viz:
U-udurlan, Amazon, Peerless. Pure Gum and Flat Rubber, Rainbow, Round and
bquate Tucks, Square Fl.tx, Hemp, Soapstone, Asbestos round, board and wicks.
Pntent WiiHh-Out ClorictH, with latest Improvements.
-;.,ii.i.edlror, SINKS. Penh. LAWN MOWERS-io. 12, 14 and 15 Inch.
S. I KOAU SCRAPERS, TubularWHEELBARROWS, Pan-AmerlcanWheel-biriowa,
Ch.nnplon Cinal Wheelbarrows, Extra Heavy Breaking PLOWS, Avlng's
vt-l bl.o lrfa- Ui-a Plnioc necnrl.l cl.M lrin in. fill Tl7 iTHUB riUINIft.
iTONES.'iissorted sles. with or without
or;eJslzeand widths. Green WIRE CLOTH, assorted do, Copper Wire Cloth,
On do. Steel Wire Cloth, Engineers' TOOLS, Engineers Oilers In setss Globe and
Check VALVES, assorted sizes; Tube Cleaners and Scrapers, assorted sizes; CANE
KNIVES, with or without hooks; Butcher KNIVES, assorted sizes, Butcher Cleaner-.,
Hutcner Scales, Platform SCALES, from 400 to 2,000 pounds, and just the thing
fiir wardiou$, etc.; Leather BELTING, assorted sizes, both single and double; Giant
POWDER In 50 lb. cases, No. 1 and 2 Blasting Powder In 25 lb. kegs, Black Rice
Bird Powder in Gtf, 12H and 25 lb. kegs, also X and H lb. tins; flask Giant Powder
Cips. 100 In each box; best Water Fuse, 100 feet In coll; CARTRIDGES for Pistols,
assorted sizes, Oirtrldges for Rifles, do, Cartridges for Shotguns, do; Antl-Calorlc
Plaster In bags, Anti-Caloric Sectional Pipe Covering, assorted sizes.
And n great many useful artlcles'for house purposes. We will be pleased to
(how out noiU-. to .iiiyone. Our stocks at lowest market prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ld
Bookcases, &c, &c.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
I ill l"S
A good Oliisel, Hutchot, Auger Bit,
frames, Galvanized WIRE JETTING.
rtK3 '"'' ' ''"" "' ttinurUJallfCttilt
W a limfiril inutHcm; la null itcMii Inttf
lien; to ( a wttk and n ctnlt a nvxlb, Ikh it lit
tbtflit ajyirtuiif tvtr offtrtJ Ibi fropU cfHcftutu.
I OST-MORTGAGE PAPERS (acknowledged) In
- nimeol Macelda to the Oahu Lumber & Build-
l.?fi.9r-.vMJJ:"':1'rr,un,,,OA1,U LUMBER &
HOILDINC CO., LTD.. and receive reward oC 3j.
LOST Pnstoffice Saving Dank Pass Book No.
606 B. Returnto Bulletin office. u;l
I OST-Palr of EYE GLASSES. Monday night.
-. somewhere between WaII.11,1 n.l D.llm.4 Cailnn
Dnder plae return to Capt. Ewatt. Bark Colusa,
and receive rewarJ. tt
WANTED A young man who hai experience In
tnaLtnCnlll hill. ..I ! fnn.4 ... n.
No Others neej apply GnnJ referent. . r.milr.J.
Apply to "Z." this office. iio.-iw
AN WANTS SITUATION IN STORE or office.
Speaks and writes Chinese. Janiin. Il.w.llin
and EnglKh Address B. p., Bulletin office. ,w4-iw
WANTED-POSITION by Epert COFFEt AUn,
Planter ani Miller: several veari experience
In thrv IManJs anJ In Guatamala AJJreis,
COrrEE." Bulletin office. ,6-lf
ED A eenlle DRIVING HORSE tor Lady's
use. Apply "M." this office. n6
X ANTED soo Men to eel shaved for 15c. (white
VV harheriV II- JEFFS. 6iaU Fr 4mI. onn.
Club Stables laoo-tf
TO PENT OrFICE ROOM on Klnr; treet; slncle
Mdouble Apply to DR. NOBLITT. t,o4-tt
TO LET-rURNISIIED HOUSE of sfx toons.
' Punatiou. Address E. B.. Bulletin office. 1101-lt
PURNISIIED ROOMS TO LET.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, wlih or without
board. In pi Ivale family. 31 Beretanla street.
BEST FURNISIIFI) ROOMS INCITYaf'ALOIIA
HOUSE." Fort street, above Kukul street.
Terms moderate. ia86-im
RR RENT-FURNISHEi HOUSE on Beretanla
street. Address P. O. Box 781. n.tl
TO Li;r A larce 1
DINING ROOM, furnished, for rent; In Rood
locality for business; on easy terms. Inquire at this
COR SALE-One Remington TYPEWRITER, In
nr&t-ciass conj 1 on. inou re
Lewers & Cooke's.
COR SALE-One handsome SORREL TEAM lsl
andbred horws. puaranteel sound and pentle.
one two seated FAMILY CARRIAGE; onesetDOU-
HI El ARNLSS In perfect order: one thoroughbred
JERSEY COW WltH HULL CLP. Por particu
lars apply to F. W. MACFARLANE. Union Feed Co..
na. , itBB-im
PR SLE-A TWO-SEATED SURREY WITH
RUBBER TIRES. Will be sold it t barraln
May be seen at the shop of T,
U. Murray, King
FOR SALE One second-hand Dow STEAM
PUMP: In. suction, a In. dkrharpe: hra.t
water clubber with rubber valves.
EMMELUTH & CO , King street.
Apply to J
COR SLE-Cheap, a first-class LADIES CHAIN-
r LESSWHttL Inquire Cen'ral Tire Station.
COR SALE-A California
Apply to J. M. VIVAS.
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply In H. G. Blart. Fort St. noi-tf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chacel or residence. Rerrttrnm
Music Co.. Fort street.
stcent meal In town.
Trv It and h. run.
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant 1041
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
J. J. EGAN, LTD., will be held at the
store of the Company, August 31,1899,
at 4 p. m. i3o6-3t
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that the stock
books of the above company will be
closed to transfers from the 28 Inst, to the
31st Inst, both Inclusive.
W. L. HOPPER,
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1899. i,o6-3t
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
Japanese $ American
FOR : THREE : WEEKS : ONLY,
Saturday, Aug. 25th,
To make room for shipments to arrive.
Call and Inspect for yourself.
16-18 Robinson Block,
1 30(3 Hotel street.
Know all owners of these vagrant ani
mals, that I will sell them at public auc
tion, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, at
12 o'clock noon, at the Government Pound,
Maklki, Kona, Oaliu, unless called for
before that time:
August 22, 1899 One Black Mare,
brand unknown, white spot on forehead,
white spot on neck, and rope fastened
August 22, 1899 One Bay Mare,
branded I on left hind leg, white spot
on forehead, forelock cut, halter fastened
to head, white spots on back, two front
legs black, and two hind legs white.
August 22, 1899 One white, black
spotted Horse, branded SB on right hind
leg, forelock cut, halter fastened to head,
4 feet shod.
llucket or Tar Afire.
A buoket of tar caught firo near
tho S 0 Alluu at the foot of Nuu
auu street yosterday afternoon.
For a whilo it lookod as if the jibs
o( tho S 0 Allen, hanging down
tho sido of tho vobboI, would tnko
firo but tho flumes wore extingu
ished before any dainagnwas dono.
Tho services of tho II ro depart
iiK-nt woro not iiooded,
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Huatl HIkiioI titatluit, Aug
21, 1 pin -Weather clear, wlntl irc-jli
Weather TJnrenu, Punahou. Aur 2 k
73; Midday maximum, 81.
( Barometer comcted for gravity ,o.)
Barometer, 0 a 111, 20.00. Rising.
Rainfall, tlo, O.OOi
Humidity at 9 a m C7 percent.
uow roini im i.
Wciluesday, August 23.
Am bkUi S N Custlo, Htibbartl.from
San Francisco; 075 tons Kcnernl nier
clmndlsu, 000 pkgs powder, 20 horses,
120 mules anil 4 passetigors.
Am Iik 8 C Allen, Johnson, from
San Francisco; 1200 tons general mer
chandise, 4 horses, 32 mules, 1 cow
and 3 passonjfers.
Htnir James Makec, Tuilett, rrom
KiiDim: 2000 1)0118 sugar, 6 buus sun
dries and 2 deck passengers.
Stmr Upolu, Hcnnlngseti, for Ko
mi anil Kohala: 130 sheen, wood, char
coal, fish andsundrles.
Utuir HongKong JNlnru, I'llmur, 01
days from Ban Francisco: passengers
anil mercnanuise 10 11 iiueKieiu & Uo,
Stmr Lehua, Uennett, from Ka
unakakal. Btmr MokolII, Dudolt, from Molo
Wednesday, August 23.
Haw bk Mauna Alii, W .Smith, for
San Francisco; 1,H08,O5H pounds of
sugar vilified at $31,081 and 11 ostriches
Stmr Iwaliinl, Gregory, for Ho
nokiui and Ktikulhuele.
StnirKnual, lirului, forLahalnaand
Hchr Walaluii, Closes, for Hnnalel
Am bktn Skuglt, Robinson, for Port
Thursday, August 24.
T 1C IC Hongkong Muru. Kilmer, for
China and Japan.
TO SAIL THIS AFTKttNOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tuilett, for
ItapaH and Antihola at 4 o'clock.
Mimr jMionaua, xnumpson, lor
Wniiuea at 4 o'clock,
Stmr Lehua, Rennctt, for Kuuim
hukul at 5 o'clock.
Ntmr MokolII, Dudott, for Kn-
nntlo and Olowalu at 4 o'clock.
Tho HouakoDK Mnru left for
tho Orient nt 12:30 p m today.
At the Wilder wbiirf the Har
vester is tnking on rook ballast.
New paiut hia made a wonder
ful difference iD tho npppnranco of
tho Efjorin lyiDg in nuval row.
Slonmer Upnlu, Heuniupseu.for
Kohnla and Kona conBt will leave
here with general merohaudirro to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
On Wednesday, the 30th instant,
the OSS Anstralia will arrive
from San Francisco. Sho is next
rpgulnr Bteamer from tho Coast.
Nearly throo hundred Japanese
returning liome look paBeugo on
the Hongkong Maru for tho Ori
ent today. One Olnnacnan, Qoo
Ung by name and attempting to
pass as Ah Fat was restrained,
from getting away by W.H.Craw
ford, as bo owes money here to
tho amount of about two hundred
nAORD rnosi nan francibco.
Tho barkentine S. N. Castle and
the bark S. 0. Allen from San
Francisco to Honolulu bad some
thing of a race.
The Planter tailed from the
Qoldon Gate on the same day as
the Alton and her commander,
Captain McNeil, had wagered
Captain Hubbard of tho Castle a
now suit of olothes that ho would
bring his vessel into this port be
fore oithor tho Oastlo or tho Allen.
Tho S. N. Oastlo left the Coast
in tho afternoon of Tuesday. Aug.
8, whilo tho S. O. Allen sailed
about o o clock in tne morning or
Thursday tho 10th and she avor
aged almost 200 miles a day to
this port, making the run in 13
days, hor log showing tho great
est run for ono day to be 315
miles. Both boats have beuteti
tho sanguine Planter, however,
and aro satisfied.
Captain Qoo. H. Johnson com
mands tho Allen and roports a
most favorablo passage with de
lightful woather all the way.
Captain L. H. Hubbard of the
S. N. Castle has made his ono-hundred-and
ninth trip to Hono
lulu, and onjoys tho reputation of
having made moro stops at this
port than any othor captain in tho
trade. These 109 trips have been
mado in 30 years, so that the cap
tain has averaged over threo trips
a year. The Castlo made tho last
run hero from San Francisco in
14J days, being beaten by tho
Alton by a day and a half.
London anil aUinoan Comment.
Loudon, August 17. Tho Times
editorially protests today againBt
tho comments of tho German
press on tho report of tho Hamoan
commission and Bays:
Thoy aro ridiculous, misplaced
and cannot in any way bo on
couroRod by tho Gorman Govorn-mont.
AUSS MAGGIE MOORE AND MR. II. R, ROBERTS
MAGGIE MOORE-H. R. ROBERTS COfflPAMY.
" Will be Presented the Famous Romantic Comedy Drama, ::
Illustrative of tlir Early Life, Stlrrlr c InclJerrts and Experiences of the California fiold Fields In the year ,..
"The Dny oT Old, the Days of Gold, tho Dny o 4J."
Dedrock General ...MR. II H. ROBERTS -,r Carrot, (with song" .MISS MAGCIE MOORE
Supported by their Popular Company, Tourth Production.
Saturday Next, August 26th,
TWO PERFORMANCES of that Delightful Musical Comedy by Clay At. Green,
Ha,23.sf tlxo :Boa,-tjrxiia,i3L
llan.D.ckel MR. II. R. ROBERTS" Jeffie MISS MAGGIE MOORE'
All the Original Songs, Dances, etc.
Twenty Children Specially Trained for This Production, and the DOG LION.
Matinee Prices. MnwMcViy,ni,lre" clrcl" $" oxy. : " .Sc
ua.aa.ww l-l.wwo. NOW ON SALE. Tickets for all parr of the houM, tor eatn per--
formance, at Wall, Nichols Co.'s. ..
KiS&&8&!2Sy. David Garricki:
rHSlSAB f0 ProdUCt,n "
The Silence of Dean Maitland !
JOSEPH FYNNEY, Representative.
IIONGKONU MAItU COMPLI9IKNTKD.
The New York publisher, Mr.
W. J. Johnston, who is nn a tour
of the world, reached Honolulu
yesterday on the Hongkong Mnru
and is registered at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. Mr. Johnston haB travoled
oxtensively and is familiar with
tho various Atlautic liners and
many other ocean goiug steamers.
H says he lmn never enjoyed a
trip mom than tho 0110 ho has
juet mado fr.im Sin Frnuoisco to
Tho HoDgkong Maru ho con
aiders ouo of tho most comfort-
nblo and ono of tho most sea
worthy rcssel afloat, whilo ho
found the table in quality and
liberality np to tho very hiuheht
standard, nnd tho sorvico through
out the ship excellent in every
w-iy. Ho Rdds that Commander
Filmor, Surceon Tormey, Purser
Freeman, Cbiof-Ftowaid Smith
aud tho othor otucerr) cortainly
mako their patBeugers feel at
Post and Marlon In
The Irish Detective!
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and Haeward
In TRILBY 1
Post and Marlon's
Mrs. Diddymiss's Party !
Central Admission, i;c. and 50c.
Last six rows for Children under n years, roc.
Reserved Chairs, joe
Seats can tw booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
1-3 Off on
3.T Queen Street'
3$3 AT MANOA &&&
Having purchased a iract of the finest
land in Manoa for residence sites, t will
now receive applications fiom 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
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 wideband
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on West
Terms one third cash, balance In ona
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen street
Notice to Shareholders.
A General Meeting of Shareholders. In
THE N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
LTD., will be held at the Company's
office, Fort street, on Wednesday next,
the 30th Instant, at 5:30 p. m.
2. Lot at Palama, about H acre.
3. A 40-room lodging house, with a la
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrally located.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii 5 part In
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. K
ona, part In coflee.
. Lot 75 x 200,
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
QiPoitt Office Lonoi - Honolulu,
nt,hi wit ill' inn rntik.