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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.
Per Cyrus Wakefield,
JUST ARRIVED FROM
A Large Assortment of
Perfect Barker & Rice Plows,
assorted sizes; Perfect Double Mould
Board Plows, assorted sizes; Sub
soil and Sidehill Plows, assorted
sizes; Blacksmith Anvils, assorted
zes; Blacksmith, Carpenter and
Pipe Vises, assorted sizes; Black
smith Drilling Machines and Port
able Forges, Baldwin's and Dr.
Bailey's Ensilage Cutters, by hand
or power Just the thing for stock;
Galvanized Wire Netting, from 2 to
0 feet wide; Green and Brass Wire
Cloth, 2 to 3 feet wide; Anti-Caloric
Sectional Pioe Coverings, and Plas
ter; Long ,ud Short-handle Shovels,
Long and snort ha'uc'l Spales,
Axes from 3 to4j4 In., Bush Hooks,
Ax Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nails, assorted sizes, 3 to 6od.;
Black and Galvanized Wire Nails,
assorted sizes, 3 to 9od.; Black and
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 to
6; Black and Galvanized Fence
Staples, i to 2J4; Pioneer White
Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
both in Barrels and Drums; Dry
Red Lead, and Zinc,
Mixed Paints, assorted colors, in Oil
and Japan; Paint Brushes, White
wash Brushes, Carriage and Furni
ture Varnish, Kerosene, Gasolene
and Crude Petroleum, Blacksmith,
Machinist, Plumbing and Carpen
tering Tools, of various kinds and
sizes; Packing for Machinery, viz:
Asbestos, Pure Gum, Sheet Rubber,
Usudurian, Rainbow, Square Plush,
Italian Flax, Peerless and Amazon
Spiral, Round and Square Tuck's
Packing Suction and Steam Rubber
Hose, assorted sizes.
The Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go,
Fort street. opposite Spreckel' Bank
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OLDEST IN AMERICA
BEST IN THE WORLD
THE BERGSTRoF MUSIC CO.,
Progress Block Fort street.
I have a stock of
SWELL IMPORTED WAISTS
Unequalled for elegance of siyfc which I am clos ng out at
Jirjr? Bp rgetm Prioes fcfcC:
Evening and Dinner Gowns,
Tailor Made Suits,
Opera Capes, Etc.
Executed at tlie shortest notice possible.
MISS M. E. KIIXEAN
Hslt'dresslng and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
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THE CALCIUM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
AT HALF PRICE,
We close out our
CYCLONE CAMERAS . .
We call your
tention to the
fo owlnc new
features: Detachable Bulb Release, Auto
matic Register, Aluminum Holders, Dia
phragm, Automatic Shutter, Unloading
Also a full line of
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
fAdsa&A, yjji niMJZuJT
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
The Heleue that arrived thin fore
noon brought no new? from llllo or
The. band played on the Oceanic
whnrf todiiy while the. Australia pas
sengers were being taken aboard.
The CarllsleClty that arrived this
morning has 21G Japanese, CG women
and one child In the steerage for this
N. S. 8acli8 will not award tho con
tract for his proposed block- at Fort
nnd Deretanla streets until bids from
San Francisco are received.
M. Furuml, a Japanese, died at the
drill shed camp yesterday. A post
mortem was held and tuberculosis was
found to bo the caupe of death.
Mary I,. Ludioff vs. EHco Ludloff and
Albert Ludlorr, and Henry Smith vs.
Noa, lc, and Knpuaaln, w., arc two
Circuit Court cafes discontinued.
The headquarters of tho Inter Island
Telegraph Co. arc now established at
Manager Cross' offlco In the Oceanic
Gas and niectrlc Co. building on Mer
Twelve willcns weie arrested last
night on the charge of disturbing the
quiet of the night. Tho charge In tho
Police Court this forenoon was chang
ed to drunkenness and the men were
Knllhl Camp Notes.
Ninety-six people were freed from
quarantine at Knllhl yesterday. A
good ninny of these together with n
ciowd from those turned loohe Sunday,
returned before nightfall.
The gates were all closed and tho
guards at those places htrengthened
but, notwithstanding this fact, there,
was quite n lot of trouble with return
ing Japanese who persisted in their
attempt to take sake into tho camp.
This was taken charge of by tho guards
and will be returned to th owners
when they leave.
Quito a number of Japanese from
tho city tried to get through tho gates
and live on the government but they
hnd no passes and were turned back.
On Friday, S.000 people will bo turn
ed loose. From past experience, it is
likely that only about hair of thew will
find places in town.
During tho past three- w-eks thero
have been twenty-thr births at tho
As soon as tho ptoplf wire turned
loose Sunday n number of guards wero
discharged, showing that Superintend
ent McVeigh intends to run tho camp
in as economical a manner as possible.
People Into Quarantine.
Acting under traductions from Dr.
Wood, A. A. Fox, superintendent of
guards, went to the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables and removed four Chlncso
night men to tho battery camp. Later
on, three Chinese and six Portuguese
were taken to the came plnce. Thero
is one Chinaman remaining at tho
stables. Another escaped from two
guards who were immediately dis
Yesterday afternoon, fifteen natives.
including John Gmbe, ono of the Inter
Island pursers, wer removed to tho
battery camp. r
This morning, nineteen Chinese and
Japanese from the house at the corner
of King btreet nnd the Wnlklkl road
were removed to tho Kallhl detention
camp. Three are still at largo and are
being looked up by inspectors and
A sausage lb a ground hog
"SHOOTING IS STRICT
LY PROHIBITED ON THE
LANDS OF MOANALUA."
1460 S. E. DAMON.
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment of Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
LinenTable Damask, vith Napkins
and Doilies to match.
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Style, : Comfort : and : Neaur.ess.
AN BLEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMOUAL.
FOR $4.00-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : :
Per the last Australia, we received a Grand tune of new styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Just In season for the Holiday trade.
The Children's White Canvas Slippers, Men's Douse Slippers, and
Ladies' Evening Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is complete.
We ar n prsiMon to fit you.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR,
ORIGINAL DESIGNS, BEAUTIFUL TRIMMINGS,
Those who purchased Muslin Underwear from
us will remember the PRICES.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 519 Fort street
LAMP SHADES MADE TO ORDER
Having engaged the services of MISS E. SCHNOOR, late of San Francisco,
manufacturer of Artistic Lamp Shades of all kinds we are now prepared to take orders
In this line and invite our customers to call and Inspect samples of her work.
ELECTRIC SHADES, CANDLE SHADES and LAMP SHADES, made on
We carry a large stock of LAMPS and
Have you tried our special oranu or c-niMiNtisr
You are spending more tlmr In your kitchen and now than usual and you find that
many Improvements are needed. We have a complete stock of utensils, including
many novelties and labor-saving devices.
Does your stove suit you? Are" you burning too much wood? Does It smoke?
Does It bake well?
Perhaps we can help you. No charge I made for advice.
We are sole agents for "JEWEL,r STOVE?, for wood orco.il; "GURNEY"
CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS, "NEW W1CKLESS" BLUE FLAME OIL
Housefurnlshlng Goods Department Is on the second floor. Take the safety
Stores Is open from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., until the quarantine Is raised. After that
we will be looking for business from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
W. W. Dimond & Co , Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass and Hour Furnishing Goods.
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New York Maker.
DEWEY'S GRIJAT WEALTH.
New York, Feb. U . Admiral and
Mrs. Dpwcy were tho guests of honor
nt n dinner given at tho Union Lenguc
Club In Urooklyn last night. Admiral
Dewey was seated at tho right nnd Mrs.
Dewey nt tho left of tho President. At
the conclusion 01 tho dinner letters of
regret wero read from President Mc
Klnlcy, Ilcnr Admiral I'hllllns. Secre
tary Long, Assistant Secretary Allen
and Governor Iloosoclt.
Tho health of President McKlnlcy
wns drunk In silence, also that of Ad
miral and Mrs. Dewey, after which
three cheers and a tiger were given for
President William E. Pulslfer, In a
speech which recited tho battle nnd vic
tory of Manila Day, and sounded the
praises of Admiral Dewey, presented
to him a handsome gold medal. In re
sponse to President Pulslfer's nddiess.
Admiral Dewey said:
"For this beautiful gift, I thank you
from the bottom of my heart, and 1
wish to say that nil my friend, Lieu
tenant Itees, wished for mo on a former
occasion has been fulfilled. I have thb
wealth of tho world." (Pointing to Mrs
At the close of these ceremonies, the
Admiral and Mrs. Dewey wero present
ed in tho diners Individually nnd they
descended to tho lower floor, whoro n
general reception was held by tho club
members and their friends, for which
200 invitations hnd been Issued.
Tho Evening Dullctln, 75 cents per
Laboucherc Roughly Treated.
Northampton, England, Fob. 7. Tho
announcement that Henry Laboucherc,
editor of Truth and Liberal member of
Parliament for Northampton, would
address n peace meeting in tho North
ampton Town Hall this afternoon,
drew a noisy crowd of opponents, who
swarmed upon tho platform and
smashed the chairs. Labouchero's ar
rival was tho signal for renewed at
tacks. Tho promoters of tho meeting
were forced off tho platform and chairs
were hurled into the body of tho house
amid cries of "God savo tho Queen."
Labouchoro was struck on tho head,
but wns not seriously injured. Ho man
aged to mako his exit escorted by tho
police. A number of other persons
wero hurt, although not seriously.
Ultimately tho opponents of tho peace
meeting gained tho plauorm and de
clared that Northampton had Joined
York City In repudiating tho critics of
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
A, . rt i.
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