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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., 8ATUHDA.Y, MA11GII 17, 1000.
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 Sidehiil Plows, assorted
sizes; Blacksmith Anvils, assorted
res; 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 jut 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 Pioe Coverings, and Plas
ter; Long f nd Short-handle Shovels,
Long and snort handle Sples,
Axes from 3 to 4 in., Bush Hooks,
Ax Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nils, 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 Hardline Co.
PortttrMt. opposite Sprockets' Bank.
Everybody knows their goodness.
pecessary to state where they are to be found.
T77"e Sell Tleno.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
- but -GIVING
Must Make Room for my new goods.
Trimmed Hats - from $1.00 up
Felt Hats - from 50 cents up
Sailor Hats - from 10 cents up
An elegant line of Ribbons,
10, 15 and 25 cents a yard.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
HaU'dressIng and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
No nrrcBt litis yet been ninilo for tho
Chester A. Uoylc, superintendent of
Drlllshcil detention en nip, Is nick In
The Mercantile Printing Co., Ltd.
will bo located upstairs, corner Fort
nnd (Juoen streets nftcr March 2G.
Colonel J. W. Jones is nblo to he
nbout after n spell of sickness, but not
as yet fit to resume work ns court re
porter. Tho Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Co. will discuss tho proposed bond Is
sue nnd other business matters at their
meeting of the stockholders at 11
o'clock Saturday the 24th Inst., in the
comany's office, 411 Fort street.
Joseph Zag.n Gallclan, In the cm-
ploy of Vincent & Uelscr, tho sower
system contractors, met with a very
painful accident while tit work on
Queen street yesterday. A fellow work
man by accident drove a pick through
Zag's foot, inflicting a treacherous
wound. Dr. Augur has the case in
August Mnrkes was arrested by Offi
cer James Hannahan for violating sec
tion 100 Penal Laws. It was alleged
that he was leading and directing oth
ers to whero a prostitute resides and
carries on her business. He was found
guilty by Judge Wilcox yesterday and
was given six months of hard labor
after n preliminary lecture by his hon
Base Ball Goods
Chest Weight Exercisers
AND BUY FROM
WALL, NICHOLS 0.,
Book, Music & Newsdealers
..PIANOS SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS..
They need no advertisement. It Is only
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho P. V. nnd 8. Co. have hay
grain (or dale.
Lovo's Bakery on Ntiuntm street will
lie open for business Monday, March
1!). 8co Now Today.
I-ndlcH In chargo of tho Castlo Horn)
for Children hope to lmvo everything
ready for opening on April 1st.
Members of tho Y. M. C. A. gymna
sium nrc preparing for an exhibition to
eb given tho 14th of next month.
French Consul Moet has added JCO
to the relief funds, this amount being a
gift from tho French Government.
A leasehold on Fort Btrcct, 21 years
to run, ground rent $80 per year, for
$4500. William Savldgo, 206 Merchant
Falrchlld's Honolulu shoo house has
Just received per Australia fourteen
cases of boots and shoes In new sprint;
Tho second Indoor baseball game
of the Y. M. C. A. series will bo held
In tho "gym" tonight nt 7:30. An ad
mission feo will bo charged.
A Lowers & Cooke noto book was
lost last Sunday containing notes pay
able to O. Kelly. Finder returning
samo to this offlco will receive reward J
Sco Want column on page 8.
Tho United Carrlago Co., telephone
290 at tho old stand, King nnd Fort
streets. Hacks ut any hour. Also
first class livery turnouts. Lcavo your
order nt tho offlco and we will do the
A man necking willing comrades in
misery to go into quarantine for leav
ing the city was mot today. His dis
tress Indicates an unsupplled want In
the shape of a mutual quarantlnu ex
Operations In tho widening of Bcre
tnnln street havo been resumed. Tho
time-honored stono posts in front ol
tho former Walt premises, now the
Methodist parsonage, enmo up this
Thcro are about 200 people remain
ing in Drlllshcd detention camp, in
cluding 40 odd whlto men from Fowl
er's yard nnd vicinity. Tho Inmates
nro now taking refuge instead of
Senator Warren of Wyoming, the
colleague of Senator Clark, has written
a local gentleman that ho is friendly to
Hawaii in every way and anything
within his power that ho can do for
Hawaii's people will bo done.
At the Chrhitlan church. Alakca
street near King, tho pastor, Rev. John
C. Hay will preach; subject at 11 a.
m., "The Sunday School a BlbJo School
for tho Entlro Church;" nt 7:30 p. m.,
"Who U tho Successful Man7"
Between Thursday and Friday tho
room of Gcorgo Andrews, noove his
fruit storo on King street, was entered
by a burglar. Tho store till was brok
en open also. Altogether $215 in mon
ey, a gold watch and some jewelry wcro
Armstrong Smith, lately head nurse
at Battery plague hospital, is putting
In time pleasantly at tho Administra
tion building, Kalihl detention camp,
doing quarantine preparatory to re
suming duty as principal of Kahului
Ono of the two white men concerned
In tho Llllha btrect cutting business
last Sunday morning was nrrcsted
while a guard at Kalllh camp for strik
ing a native. Whether it was the
principal or his comrado, the Inform
ant of tho Bulletin does not recollect.
Journeymen plumbers of this city
havo organized a Protcctlvo Associa
tion nnd the following members havo
been elected as permanent officers:
President, W. P. Oliver; vlco president,
C. H. Soar; recording nnd financial
secretary, A. Neipp; corcsponding sec
retary, Jos. J. Mlshlstcin; treasurer,
F. C. Holland; trustees, N. Gould, E.
W. Qulnn, J. Connors. Th eobject Is
to havo a moro perfect system of sani
tary plumbing. Tho peoplo of Hono
lulu uso the most perfect fixtures that
tho world affords yet their workman
ship and system of ventilation Is very
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment of Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
Linen Table Damask,vith Napkins
and Doilies to match.
E. W. Jordan,
Muntunii WIiih $.'10,000.
WiiAhlngtun. Mnrch 1. Tho $30,000
uted by Wliltexldo in his exposure In
the Chirk case bcfoio tho Montana
Leglslattiic. nnd which was brought
to Washington when tho henrlng In
that ease was begun by tho Senate
Committee on I'lcctlons, and hns been
held by It oor Blncc, was ictimicd to
day to State Treasurer Collins of Mon
tana. The money wns brought to this
rlty for the ptirpouo of lileiitiflcaon
nnd for any other uso to which It
might be put by tho committee. Con
cluding that the fund could be no long
er used, It was turned over to Col
lins. Tho money will be held by tho
Treasurer for llvo years, nnd if In
the meanwhile It Is not claimed by nuy
ono It will bo turned Into tho dtate
To Unarm Tjiylor.
Frankfort, Ky March ".In tho
Senato today Senator Trlplctt, offered n
substitute for his resolution to provide
for n committee to Investigate the re
moval of munitions of war from tho
arscnai 10 i.onuon. 1110 suusimuo pro-i
poses to npproprlnto $100,000 for the " .
Immcdloto equipment of State guards I McKlnley law of ISOO. Ileprcaentu
undcr Democratic Governor Beckham tlvo Powers, of that State, Introduced
and Adjutant General Castleman for
the purpose of recovering military $27.00 for sugar bounty, the Item hav
propcrty of tho State now In "unlaw- Inc been left out of tho appropriation
fill possession of Republican Governor -made nt the time for that class of boun
Taylor.." I ty beneficiaries. Washington Post.
The great demand for the lvgh giade shoes of Messrs.
Hanan and Johnstone and Murphy, of whom we are the
exclusive agents, has thoroughly convinced us of the merit of
Progressive in every detail,
and introducing always new features, keeps them alwavs in
the lead and always in demand.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Your choice in quantities to suit at
This Is an opportunity for you to stock up on a necessary article,
prices of these tumblers are from 75 cents to 90 cents per dozen.
See them piled up in oui Ewa window.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
Putclilnti I'olltlcnl Pcnccs.
The fact that Congressional conven
tions will be held In Ohio nt an early
date this year and that many of tho
Congressmen will have to fight for
their rcnomlnntlons, hns led to nn
exodus of Buckeye statesmen Mr
Southard lias gono to Toledo, when
Mayor Jones is ono of tlirm or four
who havo Congressional aspiration,
and Mr. Lybrand has depnrtu 1 lor hN
home to fix up his fence.. Congress
man Taylor, of McKInley's old ulstrfct.
is now In tho Northwest, but will look
over his district on his way baelc to
Wusliliigtoii, nnd Mr. Weaver Is now nt
Springfield organizing his forres. Con
gressman Hick haB gone to Akron, but
ho is a fortunate exception. He will
be renominated by acclamation, and
his convention will indorse him us n
dclegnte nt largo to tho National Con
vention. Washington Post.
Subtil Bounty liclio.
Congress heard an echo last week
of the bounty once paid to tho owners
. ,.. ,. , v-rmnnl under the
a bill to pay ono of his constituents
cut only of the finest stocks,
Engraved - -
Th following delinquent stock of the
MAUNAi LI SUGAR CO., LTD., will
b so'J .it Public Auc on on MONDAY
I 12 O'CLOCK NOON, the 26th thy
f Mjrcli, lyco, provided the assessment!
Utli Intere.t arc not pjld on or before
alJ ditc, .nJ unless the receipts from
such sale are sufficient t f-il y coverall
Jellnquencles and costs each delinquent
liareholJer will be held personally Habit
for the balance due on his shares.
No. Certf Names No. Shnree
19 Lam Kam Chin 25
20 Ylui Sea Lock 30
45 F. I). Grenny 10
47 Geo. J. Cnnipbcll 00
CI F. J.
90 A. Barnes 10
91 A. Barnes 10
92 A. Barnes 10
94 A. Barnes 10
95 A. Barnes 10
9G A. Barnes 10
124 Dr. It. Oliver W
1C4 Loo Goon 60
155 Loo Goon 30
1C4 Loo Goon 30
1G7 Loo Goon 25
178 C. Lennox M
179 C. Lennox 20
183 Loo Goon 60
181 J. Q. Wood 10
185 J. Q. Wood
IR9 J. B. Gibson l
205 Loo Chit Sam M
212 Loo Chit Sam 60
219 Loo Chit Sam 10
253 J. W. Podmoro 25
255 Oeo. D. Gear 5
2G1 II. B. Hitchcock 19
2G2 II. H. Hitchcock 10
273 Ix)o Chit Sam 33
278 Loo Chit Sam 80
279 Loo Chit Sam 25
280Loo Chit Sam 3U
181 Loo Chit Sam 15
182 Loo Chit Sam 15
286 J. Q. Wood 10
119 Mrs. Lucy Ng Monwnr S
.120 Wong But Nan 10
322 J. L. McComb V.
323 It. B. Church 10
338 H. Wntcrhoiisc & Co K
361 Paul Neumann CO
362 Paul Neumann 50
363 Paul Neumann it
3G4 Paul Neumann 20
3G5 Paul Neumann 20
3CG Paul Neumann SO
307 Paul Neumann SO
369 H. Francis 10
392 Loo Chit Sam 25
394 Loo Chit Sam 20
395 Loo Chit Sam 50
409 A. U Morris r
418 Miss C. A. FIncklor 15
425 O. Whitehead 10
426 Ylm Sealock 6
427 Lam Kam Chin t
428 C. B. Gray 3tf
429 C. B. Gray 15
430 C. B. Oray ie
435 Mrs. Ellso Neumann 20
436 F. IL Hnysolden Tr. P. R.
437 F. II. Hayselden Tr. MissEwa.
440 Loo Chit Sam !!!!!! 10
A. V. GEAR.
Treas. Maunalel Sug. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 15, 1900.
The Regular Annual Meetlnc of tl-e
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGAFION COMPANY,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
company, Queen street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, 1000, at 10 o'clock
a.m. N. E.GEDGE.
Honolulu, March 12, 1000. 1477-td
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