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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 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 Pipe Coverings, and Plas
ter; Long end Short-handle Shovels,
Long and snort handl Spates,
Axes from 3 to in., Bush Hooks,
Ax Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nails, assorted sizes, 3 to Cod.;
Black and Galvanized Wire Nails,
assorted sizes, 3 to ood.; Black and
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 to
6; Black and Galvanized Fence
'Staples, ij4o 2Vi; 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.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go.
Fort street. opposite Spreckels' Bank
fc. V9N ..'
OLDEST IN AMERICA
BEST IN THE WORLD
THE BERGSTRO? MUSIC CO.,
Progress Block Fort street.
I have a stock of
SWELL IMPORTED WAISTS
Unequalled for elegance of sic which I am closing out at
&r$'3 Ba rgam Prices fe&fci
Evening and Dinner Gowns.
Tailor Made Suit6,
Opera Capes, Etc.
Executed at the shortest notice possible.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
HaU'dressing and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
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
feature: Detachable Bulb Release, Auto
matic Register, Aluminum Holders, Dia
phragm, Automatic Shutter, Unloading
Also a full line of
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
itw-fiy Sob's i
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Itotl Men's dance takes place- to
night nt Pi ogress llnll.
Tho Qlcnesslln has hauled alongside
the Oceanic wharf to discharge.
The steamer Claudlno will sail for
Maul ports at 5 p. m. on Saturday.
Kuakamauna, a native, nged 77, died
of old nge nt LuimIIIo Homo this
Tiamcar 17 went off tho track In
front of tho Inter-Island wharf on
Queen street this morning.
A Japanese, Tnnlguchl by name, died
of beri-oerl nt the Kalllil detention
camp yesterday afternoon.
The East African enrao In from her
anchorage off port ycbtcrday. She has
2,77(5 tons of coal from Newcastle.
The natives at woik dU-chnrglug tho
Cyrus Wakefield at Hi ewer's wharf
struck this morning and left In a body.
The American ships In port nro dec
orated today In honor of the anniver
sary of the bit th of Ooorgo Washing
Olive Brunch Lodge of llcbekah, I.
O. O. F,, had refreshment)! and n dnnco
after the Installation last night. The
ladles as usunl made a pleasant time of
It for all present.
The U. S. T. 8. Warren 1m taking on
coal as quickly as possible nt tho Pa
cific Mail wharf. Sho hauled along
side that place yesterday afternoon Im
mediately after the derarturo of the
There wns no eueslon of tho Execu
tive Council this morning, It being
Washington's birthday and an off day
for Cabinet meetings besides. Minis
ter Young was doing nothing but
working hurd on estimates, and At
torney General Cooper was out on
block 19 all morning with tho Board of
LOOK FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
New Yoik, Feb. 8. In a conferenco
which has been planned to take placo
on Jekyl Island among tho Republican
leaders In tho near future. It Is expect
ed that President McKlnley's running
mate on tho Republican national tick
et, which will In; nominated next Juno
In Philadelphia, will bo selected. Cor
nelius N. Bliss is already on tho
ground, and prediction Is made that ho
will soon be Joined by other prominent
Republicans. It Is recalled that not
quite a year ago there was a gathering
on the Island which Included President
McKInley, Vice President Hobart, Sen
ator Hnnna, Thomas II. Reed and Mr.
It had then Just betn announced that
President MoKlnley would bo renomi
nated and it was said the meeting on
Jekyl Island was arranged for the pur
pose of dtscuxslng the Vice Presiden
tial candidate. Though what was ac
tually done during tho meeting was
kept secret there was a strong rumor
that an attempt was made to conciliate
Mr. Reed with a view of inducing him
to accept tho second place on the tick
et. Mr. Reed, however, was not con
ciliated. Mr. Ullss' preenco at Jekyl Island
caused a revival last night of tho re
port thnt ho will recelvo the nomina
tion to succeed Mr. Hobart. His
friends havo been urging him as tho
strongest available candidate for tho
placo and ho has not followed tho ex
ample of nilhu Root iu withdrawing
his namo from consideration.
As an example of tho rigid press cen
sorship now being exercised in South
Africa, the war correspondent of the
Morning Leader (London) pays that he
Handed in the following mefesago'
"Modder River casualties to our ofll
cera canted piofound teusatlon hero.
Early rumors of serious losses unhap
pily confirmed. Colonel Stopford's
death iccelved great Forrow. Whilst
here as Iluller's right hand man made
himself popular everybody, etc." Ho
was informed at tho cablo ofllco tint
every word of the message had been refused.
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment of Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
LinenTable Damask,7ith Napkins
and Doilies to match.
E. W. Jordan,
I ASTORIA, J
Style, : Comfort : and : Nearness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : i
Per the last Australia, we received a grand lime 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' bveninn slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
uur siock is complete.
We ar i i position to fit you.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR,
ORIGINAL DESIGNS, BEAUTIFUL TRIMMINGS,
Those who purchased Muslin Underwear from
us will remember the PRICES.az
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 Fianclsco,
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 of CHIMNEYS?
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 now Itles 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 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. in., 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 Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
New York Maker.
IN AID OP BRITONS.
Liverpool, Feb. 7. Tho Whlto Star
line steamer Oceanic, which sailed to
day for Now York, had among her pas
sengers Mrs. Adair, head of tho Ameri
can hospital ship Maine committee,
who Is n daughter of General Wads
worth, killed during the battlo of tho
Wilderness. Mrs. Adair Is tho owner
of one of the largest cattlo ranges In
tho panhandle of Texas. Sho Is going
to America In connection with tho
Maine. She says: "I hope every ono
will havo understood thnt I am not
going on n begging expedition. I be
lieve In my heart that there Is among
nil Americans of English descent a
strong feeling of sympathy and attach
ment for the mother country. What I
am going to America for Is to bco how
best It can bo brought out. I nm not
going to beg, for If this feeling Is not
spontaneous, Instead of being gratify
ing to the Lngllsh nation It almost
casts n slur upon them. Ungland does
not want our charity. She would not
lot ono wounded soldier be neglected.
Uut what she does want nt this mo
ment, when almost every continental
power Is scowling nt her, and she Is
menaced from every quarter, Is that
wc who sprang from her aide should
understand her and stnnd by her, and
wc mean to do so."
George Hnffner, Jowclcr, has moved
to Vineyard street near tho Queen ho
tel. Livery and boarding stables havo
been established by tho Club Stables at
Long Ilranch, Wnlklki.
This Is War.
Police Constable Sharp, of the Black
burn forco, who Is a private in tho 1st
Shorpshlre, with Lord Methuen, writes
to a friend: "While wo wero at Do
Anr a man of tho Gordon Highlanders
was taken out and shot for cowardlco
at Modder river; also nlno Doers, or
rather seven Ilocrs who had fired on
(ho doctors, and two Irishmen who had
been captured at Belmont. They wero
placed In n row, with their hands tied
to n stake, and u company of tho Corn
walls gnvo them their last "Deecham,'
as our fellows call tho hullcL They
made tho other Doers seo them shot
and dig their holes." Irish Times.
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come, acioss some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are bei'.g pau.ud by KING
BROS, artfe A very peculiar
crab is on view in KING
BROS, window, Hotel street.
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