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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 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
6 feet wide; Green and Brass Wire
Cloth, 2 to 3 feet wide; Anti-Caloric
Sectional Pice Coverings, and Plas
ter; Long ?nd Short-handle Shovels,
Long and short handle Sples,
Axes from 3 td4 in., Bush Hooks,
Ax Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nails, assorted sizes, 3 to 6od.;
Black and Galvanized Wire Nails,
assorted sizes, 3 to Qod.; Black and
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 to
6; Black and Galvanized Fence
Staples, ito 2; 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 Hardwaie Go,
Fort street. opposite Spreckels' Bank
h. yu jr
OLDEST IN AMERICA
THE BERGSTRObT MUSIC CO,
Progress Block Fort street.
I have.a stock of
SWELL IMPORTED WAISTS
Unequalled for elegance of stylo which I am closing out at
$: Ba rgetlin Frioes Cfcifc!
Evening and Dinner Gowns,
Tailor Made Suits,
Opera Capes, Etc.
Executed at the shortest notice possible,
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
Hah'dresslng and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlingtoii Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
THE CALCIUM KINO.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agtnts for the Hawaiian Islands.
AT HALF PRICE,
We close out our
CYCLONE CAMERAS . .
zine Came! a
We call your
tention to the
features: Detachable Bulb Release, Auto
matic Register, Aluminum Holders, Dia
phragm, Automatic Shutter, Unloading
Also a full line of
PHOTOCR APHIC SU PPLI ES.
WALL, NlClLS CO.,
BEST IN THE WORLD
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
The Cliimllnc did not come In today
The mail for the Aornngl closed nt 12
o'clock sharp todny.
Tlio Mlknhnln nnd Kauai nro both
expected In from Kiuial tomorrow.
An Important notice relatlvo to pilot
clinrges appears under New Today.
Dr. ft. I. Moore has returned and
opened dental officii nt 210 Hotel
Tho V. a. Hall sails for Kuual ports
tomorrow afternoon. Mnll closes at
11 n. m.
Miss HIncs, sister of Mrs. Kopje, re
turned this morning from n. visit of
some months to Australia.
Tho Wnlalenle Is putting 1,300 bags
of sugar Into the Lticlle today. She
has 2,387 bags for the It. !. Illthet.
The quaiantine of the Edward May
will be up on Friday next. Tho Keau
hou will load her with sugar at Maka
wcll. Tho Hoard of Health will visit Dlock
19 In a body tomorrow to decide on
various matters In connection with the
Tho Surprise went out to the Car
llso City yesterday afternoon nnd
brought tho Immigrant1! ashore to tho
A fence Is being built around tho
place on the government building
grounds where the old Board of Health
oflko used to stnnd!
A lot of Japanese gathered at tho
Hoard of Health office at about 1:30
o'clock today to Inquire about their
goods in the Aala warehouses
The Aornngl arrived In port nnd an
chored off the Pacific Mail wharf nt
about 0 o'clock this morning. Sho
sailed from Hrisbane February 9.
The tramcars are now running tho
full Nuuanu circuit without Interrup
tion. The quarantine section of Nuu
anu street having been opened up.
Notification Is given that all ani
mals impounded nt Makikt round, Ko
na, will be sold on the dates specified
unless released before. Sec page 8.
It was not until 8 o'clock last night
that the Austrnlla got away for San
Francisco. Her delay was caused by
the amount of freight she had to take
There will be no rehearsal of tho
Amateur Orchestra Thursday evening,
as many of the members are going to
celebrate George Washington's birth
day. The latest death reported at tho
Hoard of Health office today was that
of Horlguchi. A post mortem was held
by Dr. Hoffman, who found berel-berl
the cause of death.
L. A. Thurston mio !. M. Hatch were
closeted with the President nnd Cabi
net this morning over the matter of
terminal facilities at llilo for the Hilo
Railroad Co.'s line. The company was
granted about .ill that it requested.
Captains Sanders and Evans, Mr.
Rennlo nnd tho stevedores who wpnt
out to tho Inverness-shlre while Bho
was drifting away, stato that Captain
Pcttlo showed them every klndnefcs and
treated them In a most hospitable way
while aboard the ship.
CHARLES NELSON AT KAUAI.
The steamer Charles Nelson, 8 dayu
from San Francisco with four days'
inter news, arrived in Makawell, Kauai,
Tuesday morning. Sho has aboard a
cargo of 27,000 packages of merchan
dise consigned to H. S. Co. Tho Ke
auhou, now at Kauai, will assist In tho
work of lightering tho freight ashore.
As tho Walaleale left Hanamaulu lit
tho nfternoon and the Charles Nelson
arrived at 10 n. m., there was not tlmo
for any mull to get across from Maka
well. Tho purser did his best to get
later news of tho war In South Africa
and other Important matters, but was
told that there had been very little
communication between the Charles
Nelson nnd shoro so that no ncwu
whatever could bo learned,
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment of Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
Linen Table Damask,7ith Napkins
and Doilies to match.
l M?8?- mS mS
Style, : Comfort :
AN BLBGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMOUAL
FOR 84.00-ONB OF TUB NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : .
Per the last Australia, we received a crand lline 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 House Slippers, and
Ladies' Evening Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is complete.
We are i position 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 LAMP FITTINGS.
Have you tried our special brand ot UMiMiNbYbi'
You are spending more time 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 Is made for advice.
We are sole agents for "JEWEL,r STOVE?, for wood or coal-, "GURNEY"
CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS, "NEW WICKLESS" BLUE FLAME OIL
Housefurnishlng Goods Department Is on the second floor. Take the safety
Stores Is open from to 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 St Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery and Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
and : Neaxr.sss.
New York Maker.
ON AGUINALD0'8 TRAIL.
San Francisco, Feb, . Tho trans
port St. Paul arrived this morning
from Manila and was ordered Into
quarantine, from which sho Is to bo
released somo tlmo tomorrow. Tho
vessel brought llvo passengers, anions
them being Captain Ucorgo F. Chasn,
who was ono of General Young's aids
nnd who for thrco months trailed
Agulnnldo through tho swamps nnd
brush nnd over tho mountains of Lu
zon. Cnptnlu Chasu never paused In
his pursuit until his health gavo out
nnd he hnd to return to Manila.
Tho officer followed tho elusive, chief
through all sorts of country, overy.step
of which was as familiar to Agulnnldo
nnd his men as wcro tho streets of Ma
nila. Through hostllo territory nnd
fever Infested districts went tho chase,
and nearly every day marked a sklr- ,
mlsh with some of Agulnaldo's sol
diers. Hand nucr band wns broken up
by tho intrepid Amerlenns. but tho
Filipino chief kept out of their rencb.
Kvcry night for three months Cftntalh
Chase slept within from threeto fWo
miles of Agulnaldo's hiding' place, but,
although ie pursued him from one end
of Luzoif to the other, ho could not
capturo iiini. Captain Chase,' com
pletely worn out from his work;? has
been ordered home.
"Tho Hawaiian Scenic Calendnr" for
1900, published only by the Uoldcn
Itulo llazaar, 31C Fort street, is a beau
tiful work of art. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts Is this line nnd nothing
would be luoro appropriate -t tMs time
than to mail ono of these ti the 'oiks
at homo." Pries 60 cents.
Klcven men of tho Invcrncss-shlro
wero arrested last evening by order ot
Marshal Drown. Judge Wilcox will
not try tho cases as the offenso with
which tho men nro charged, mutiny,
docs not como within tho Jurisdiction
of tho courts here, the vessel being
A court inado up of captains of va
rious Drills!) vessels In port will meet
aboard tho Invcrncss-shlro tomorrow
morning and tho men will bo produc
ed thcro by Marshal Drown at that
Cape Nome Claims High.
Tacomu, Wash., Feb. 9. A quarter
Interest In n group of twenty-four
claims on Nome and Snako river tri
butaries In tho Cnpo Nome district
havo been sold hero to Philadelphia
capitalists for $30,000.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month
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