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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J.,
MAUOII M, 100:).
A nevvjot of the best Guava wooJ wellhurned Charcoal just recelvcJ.
In bulk or In bag. Charcoal Irons, Forces, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to John Nott.
London, March 1. It Is officially an
nounced that l.adysmlth has been re
lieved. London, March 1.-9:52 n. m. The
War Ofllco has received tho following
dispatch from General Uullcr:
"I.yttleton's headquarters, March 1,
8:03, morning. General Dundonald,
with tho Natal Carbineers and a com
poslto regiment, entered Ladysmlth
Durban, Friday, March 2. Corres
pondents who have returned hero from
Ladysmlth says that tho relief camo
quite unexpectedly. At noon on Tues
day tho firing of Ucnernl Bailor's army
seemed to recede Instead of approach
and the garrison was consequently de
pressed. Everybody was startled to
hear tho garrison's i.l gun firing. It
had not been used much of late, owing
to the diminishing ammunition.
On hurrying out It was found that
tho Hoers were trying to remove tho
big gun on Bulwana by tho erection of
a derrick. This proved that something
extraordinary was happening. Tho
other gariison guns then directed their
flro on Bulwana with tho result that
tho Boers were compelled to abandon
tho attempt wltn tho derrick. Later
on they placed tho gun on a wagon
which capsized In a donga.
During the nfternoon whenever tho
Boers were seen approaching, tho
British resumed tho shelling of Bui
wana. About 1 o'clock a tcrrllllc
thunderstorm broko over tho town.
just after a messago had been hello
graphed from Wagon Hill that tho
Boers wore In full retreat.
Other ofllcers said they believed they
could descry Ilritlsh cavalry, but most
people supposed that tho wish was fa
ther to tho thought.
As soon as tho storm ceased, tho
British guns reopened on Bulwana,
gradually concentiatlng tho flro on tho
left and driving tho Boers beforo them
with tho object of preventing tho ene
my from hampering any British ap
proach. An hour later a party of Britlsn
horsemen could bo seen crossing tho
Hat, below Bulwana, at a distance of
some miles. It is impossible to dc
hcribe tho excitement and enthusiasm
among tho troops that followed. Most
of tho people had been driven into tho
houses by tho stoim and did not loam
tho good news until later. Tho storm
broko out again nt 7 o'clock In tho
evening and continued until 2 o'clock
tho next morning. It must have se
riously hampered tho retreating Boers.
Tho British gunners kept a sharp
watch to piovent any further attempt
to rctnovo tho llulwaua guns.
Tho British naval gun was fired nt
Intervals through tho night and in tho
morning a force was sent out to look
after tho gun and to occupy Bulwana.
Lord Dundonnld's forco went after
tho retreating Boers, whilo -1,000 of tho
best men of tho garrison went towards
lilands Lantgo In tho hope of being
ablo to cut off tho enemy.
lluwnU Ships Qunrtintlneri.
San Francisco, March 4. All vessels
from Hnwnllnn ports nro now quar
nntlned upon their nrrlval licro, with
out referpneo to whother or not tho
pluKiitt exists on tho Islands from
which they come. Tho spread of tho
disease from Honolulu to llllo and Ka
hili tit shows that tho quarantlno be
tween Islands Is not complete, and no
chances will ho taken on tho result.
Tho bark Miodcrlck Dhu, which nr
rlved late Friday night from Hllo,
brought up twenty passengers who nro
now In quarantine. They aro for tho
most part business people who would
ordinarily have como by way of Hono
lulu. Tho barkcntlno Irmgard, twenty
days from Hllo, arrived yesterday
with n full cargo of sugar and a few
passengers. Tho schooner Robert
Lewers wna twenty-six days on her
way from Koloa, Kauai, bringing 21,
00 bags of sugar. Doth tho Irmgard
and Lowers wero placed In strict quar
antine llllo Ship Held.
Port Townsend, Wash., March 3.
Tho schooner O. M. Kellogg arrived nt
Hoqulam today from Hllo. Slio was
ordered by tho United States quaran
tine otneer to como hero for Inspection
and fumigation. Tho Kellogg satlcd
from Hllo February 14th.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
Everything new, clean,
neat and up-to-date in
We propose to maintain the high
standard of out
request our customers
to telephorfe their orders for early
morning wagon delivery.
In order to commemorate tills
occasion in a proper manner, we
propose to have a
On Saturday, March tlie 17th,
Everything HALF PRICE
that day only, as follows :
Hread, anv kind, four 5c lnave ioc
Any 25c Cake, such as fruit, jelly roll,
etc 1 5: each
2 dozen Buns ioc
i dtzen Nulls 15c
Coffee, wl'h CaUe, etc ioc
Ire Cream and Cake 15c
Ice Cream Sod 5c
4'Scpackjges Chewing Gum for 10:
And all other orders in like pro
portion. Pro. Paul Egry
Will furnish MUSIC FOR THE
OCCASION, and WE INVITE
EVERYBODY IN HONOLULU
TO CALL JN ON US ON
Our Gala Day,
The NewEngland Bakery
J. OSWALD LUTTtfD,
yfr'Ji, in Ihl tolnmn uill tt InutliJ ot uttftt
rZ ohntfittt inuttioni to ttntt ueonitmit.
Uon, frt unit wttn anj n ttntt o month. Hit it Iti
tbtoptUodvtltltl tvtr ojftttJ thi ftof.lt of Honolulu,
I OSr SunJav atte no n n ccnulfi lit'l sVI
- IMIH I'lN on Ynune iti ur In iromt
I OST A Enilf mm SCAHI-I'lN, rtla-mmJ et-L-
Mb. I'lra t Hum to Uuiletln Ofiice nJ r
ctnt lirtral rewarj. iwtt
LOST On Riretanla trl. Thurvlay, three srall
Kf.YS tlrj tiueiher wlih a Mnnc I InJer will
return tliem to ihU office ani ictti.yarcwaM mtswi
FOUNI)-KAY MARK, white Mrlpe on tortlwaJ,
branJeJ S O. Owner can have same by pavlne
epen-l(ir advertising, etc. Apply at the CLUU
STABLE'S Foit street i4?6-iw
COUND-A CRESCENT DICYCLE at J S Mar
' tin's tailor hnp on ' ort sued, If not caileJ lor
Intendivs will sell. Ownir cancel the wheel by
paying lur this ai anJ trouble uri'tw
TO LET-NICE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
I with electric light, Klnau, between I'ensacola
nJ Victoria streets A. B. l , Hot tai P, ().
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en ilte are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent. ufiT-im
TO LET-The reslJence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished Large yard and
house, barnanl stables. To let as a whole or In
part FW further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I hS N. Co.'s office. Queen street. 1164-1!
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Dest
rooms and attendance In city. iji
ANTED-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS at once,
American Messenger service. Hotel and Ala-
kea streets. 144,
WANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds of
small repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by ringing up its, Also a few for rent
rensacnia street I440't
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by awhile barber for tt tents at II. JEFFS,
619M Fort street, opp Club Stables ioo-H
COR SALE Lovely Home on H.retanM st'eet. I ot
100x140 Neat cottage, Modern Improvements,
Plenty shade ervant home, stable &c. t . C.
ABLES, Real Estate Dealer. H7;-t!
FOR SALE 34 ear Lease of 75 feet frontage on
Llllha street. Business property.
L. C. ABLI S,
1477-lf Real Estate Dealer.
pOR SALE LIIH11 street Lot loitioo with two cot-
tages Buslnes centie im feet frontage to
build on. L C. ABLES. Rest Estate Dealer.
FOR SALE Long Lease about 100x100 with mice
cottages plenty room for more buildings. King
street near business centre. L t.
POR SALfc-A goM Weber Square PIANO,
I Address J W , P. O. Box 50. 147
pOR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Yourjr St.
tppos te L. 11. Uee. Lsa.
Inquire of U. h.
FOR SALE $icoo.
LOT In bekt portion of Kalihl
No. 1 10 Fort street.
PR SALE-Cholce POTTED PUNTS for sale
next door to Mr. J. II. Rovd's Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE $050.
LOT at Kalihl on main street.
No. 4 'o Fort street.
FOR SALE $1400. Lease of Cottage centrally,
ao years to run. Ground rent $11 per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
144J No jio Fort street.
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS. n8a
ON TO E3.
IN CANS, ATTHK
BEAVEi LUfJCH m$
H. J. NOl.TK, Proprietor.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLANL
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
Company, Queen street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. m. N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, Mircli 12, 1000. T477-td
At a meeting of the Stockholders rf the
HONOLULU CHINESE CHROFICLE
CO., LTD., held.at the United Chinese
Society Hall, on the 10th day of March,
A. D. 1900, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Chu Gem, President.
W. C Weedon, Vice-President.
Lin Shen Chow, Secretary.
The foliowlng constitute the Board of
Directors: Wong Leone. L. Ahlo. Alex
LIN SHEN CHOW,
March 12, 1900. . I477'3t
It is interesting to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel, street window, where
evidences of his skill are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and othar art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Weather lliirciin, l'utmhou, March 1 1,
'Tciiipeintuiu - .Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 78.
.urometer nt U n. in. 30.00. Hlslng.
Dew Point CO V.
Humidity nt 0 n. m. C3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
II. Weather hazy; wind light SW.
Tuesday, March 13.
1). A. 3. S. Dlocmfontcln, lllcllocli.
fttim Seattlo vln Hllo.
T. K. K. America Mnru, Going, from
. ucsilay, March 1.1.
Stmr. Kauai, Ilruhu, for Knuul ports.
Htmr. James Mukcc, Tullctt, for Ka
Wednesday, March 14.
T. K. K. S. S. America Mnru, Going,
for China and Japan.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEItNOON.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hawaii
ports at 5 o'clock.
Stmr. Clnudlnc, MacDonahl, for Kn-
ntil ports nt 6 o'clock.
Schr. Golden Gate, Napala, for Knu-
nnkakal and Maunnlel nt r o'clock.
Stmr. Maunn l.ui, Ulmrrson, for
Hnnnnimi'.u a I o'clock.
Snur. Nocau, Wyman, for I.nlmlim
nnd Kaanap.ill at 2 o'clp:k
Stmr. Nlllirtii. '1 licinpc'.i, for Kihtuca
at 3 o'clock.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
America Mam, March 13. II. A. Ulg
elow, C. F. Eckart, C. P. Grlmwool
nnd wife, thn Misses Hartwcll (3.)
Mrs. C. J. Hutchlngs and child, Chns.
II. Hurllno, F. W. Macfarlano, wlfo nnd
two children, Mrs. J. Mctson, Mrs. E.
M. Marshall and daughter, Mrs E. A.
white, J. S. Spltzer, 43 through passen
Porto Rico Money
Washington, March 2. Tho Presi
dent today sent tho following message
To tho Senate nnd House of Repre
sentatives: Slnco tho ovacuatlon of
Porto Rico by tho Spanish forces on
tho lSth day of October, 1898, tho Unit
ed States has collected on products
coming from that Island to tho ports
of the United States tho duties fixed by
tho Dingley net, nmountlng to J2.095,-
ua.ss, and will continue to collect un
der said law until Congress shall oth
erwise direct. Although I had tho
power, nnd, having In mind tho best
Interests of tho people ot tho' Island,
used It, to modify duties on Porto Rl-
can products coming into tho ports of
the United States. In view of tho
pressing necessity for lmraedlato revo
nuo In Porto Ulco for conducting tho
Government there, nnd for tho exten
sion ot public education, and in view
nlso of tho provisional legislation
just Inaugurated by tho Houso of Rep
resentatives, nnd for tho purpose of
making tho prlnciplo embodied In that
legislation applicable to tho Immediate
past as well as to the immediate fu
ture, I recommend that tho nbovo sum
so collected nnd tno sums hereafter
collected under tho existing law shall,
without waiting for tho enactment of
tho general legislation now pending,
bo appropriated for tho uso and bene
fit of tho island.
Executlvo Mnnslon, March 2, 1900.
Within two hours after this special
messago from the President had beqn
read to tho Houso today tho Houso
had passed and sent to tho Senate a
hill to carry out tho recommendation.
Tho mesago camo llko a bolt out of
a clear sky to tho minority. They
wero nt first inclined to hall It with
delight, as n reproof of tho majority
of tho pnssago 01 tho Porto RIcan tar
iff bill on Wednesday. Tho Republican
leaders, however, had n bill ready to
carry tho President's recommenda
tions Into effect. Tho bill was passed
by n voto of 1C2 to 107, thirteen Demo
crats (Including Do Vrles of Califor
nia) two Populists and two Silver Re
publicans voting with tho Republicans
In tho afflrmauvo.
Messrs. Cowan nnd Harris have
opened 11 school of shorthand nnd type
writing In tho 1'roKress block. This
Is tho first Institution of Its kind In
Honolulu and should provo a our.ce3s.
Cnrd of Thanks.
Mr. Wong Leong, president, and Check
Tong, treasurer, of the Chinese Hospital
received from Mr. Clung Clnu of E. O.
Hall & Son 103 donated by Mr. Geo. PV
Castle for 'he relief of the sick.
The Officer? ot the Hospital wish to
express their thanks to Mr. Castle and
acknowledge the receipt of the donation.
Any future donation can be left with
Mr. Chang Chau for the Hospital and
will be greatly appreciated
Signed WONG tEONG,
I477'3t CHOCK TONG.
Card oT Thanks
Mr. Chu Gem, president, and Mr. Ylm
Quon, treasurer, of the CHnese United
Socletv, received from Mr. Chang Chau,
of E. O. Hall & Sin, the sum of $50 00
donated bv Messrs. E.- Peck & Co., of
Honolulu, to be ued fo' the bentfit of the
Chinese who suffered by reason of the
drstructlon of Chinatown on January 20,
' A grateful acknowledgement Is hereby
made to Messis. E- Peck & Co.
Anv futuie donations of any kind to
any of the Chinese Charities or for the
Chinese Hospital will be gladly received
Mr. Chang Chau at E. O. Hajl & Son's
store on King street. Assistance of this
kind is greatly needed and Is hereby
i478-3t By Ylm Searook.
11 33 Queen Street
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of the Beard of Directors of the
Olaa Sugar Co., I am directed to offer for
ale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, at 12 o'clock noon,
the 31st day of March, 1000, provided the
assessments with Interest ore not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd building.
Cert. Name. Shares.
3 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
6-Wood, J. Q. (trustee) ico
(o Wood, J. Q. (trusted 100
1 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) ico
13 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
2X McTaggart, Jno 50
26 Judd, C. H 100
34 Jaeger, C. J 50
66-Southwlck, T. S 100
128 Hollowav, J. F i
207-Wllcox, W. L 50
237 Dexter, Mrs. S. L 100
238 Smith, A. H 500
258 Farley, J. K 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
268 Goodacre Geo 25
770 Goodacre, Geo 25
320 Edings, W. S 3j
341-Averdam, Capt 17
387 Arendt, J. H .-. 8
407 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, H. A
458 Hall. J. R 77
486-Oldlng, E. E 33
489 Averdam, Miss Henny 8
539 Gardner, Wm. A 17
574-Hall, J. R 57
587 Holt, Jas. L 17
588-Sam KalWIng 8
614 Bames, A 33
622 Waterhouse, Geo 133
706 Cross, F. J 67
709 Gonsalves, M 33
712 Rodrigue, J. P. 17
714 Taylor. H. T 50
717 Austin, H. C 42
718 Blerbach, Otto A 17
760 Hamblv. H. T '.
782 Howard, H.W.. 1 50
783-Howard, H. W 50
784-How rd, H. W 100
785 Howard, H. W 100
791 Temp'eton, W. M 30
838-Withers, W. S ibo
KXl Alictln Mrs U T ,8
920 Austin, H. C !!.'.'!!!'. 17
Pacific Import Co.
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
We have placed on sale a
large Invoice of BROWN DRESS
LINEN imported direct from the
Loom of Belfast, the prices we
put on all the grades we know
cannot be duplicated again and
we therefore call your atten-
to take advantage of this
25 pieces Brown Dress
2$ " " "
25 " " "
We guarantee the goods
On sale at a great .reduction 2?0 pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
933 HII, Jean 50
959 Andrews, L. A , 75
960 Richardson. A. VV 50
92 Olney, A. H 20
975 Andrews, A. N 50
1114 "lis, J ; 25
1169-Ray, J. E too
1170 Rav.J. E 100
1231 Wood, J. O 30
I26 EdliiKS, W. S 2$
1255 Lievre, Isldora 500
12(0 EdnifcS, W. S 14
1265 Edings. W. S 17
1285 Rice, Miss Nellls 5
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1329 Drake, W. F 150
1332 D ake, W. F 100
1334 Drake, W. F 35
1335 Drake, W. F 50
1336 Meer, O.S 100
1341 Meyer, T. T 200
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Austin, D. L 17
1401- Drake, W. F 15
1419 Judd, C. H 25
1469 Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTI.B,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
WEEK OF MARCH 12.
."". V in
Entire Change of Program,
HEARDE AND BERESFORD,'
a New and Original Sketch, "The
In Sensational Feats of Strength.
SID BAXTER, J .
Equilibrist and Juggler, j
And Her Animated Song Sheet.
THE RICHARDS, .
New Sketch "Thinking, Thank,
THE ORPHEUM MALE QUARTET,
In an Original Sketch, "Tramps from
THE ORPHEUM STOCK CO.,
In a Screaming One-Act Comedy,
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," la more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up or
Linen (special) at 20c
" " 25c
" " 35c
to be PURE LINEN 36 inches
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