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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 19, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.; MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.
Per Cyrus Waketield,
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
'wn; 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 juit 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 short handle Spades,
Axes from 3 to 4 in., Bush Hooks,
A3 Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nails, assorted sizes, 3 to 6od.;
Black and Galvanized Wire Nails,
assorted sizes, 3 to god.; Black and
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 to
6; Black and Galvanized Fence
Staples, i to 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
izes; 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 Hardiaie Co,
Prt (trwt. opposite Spreckels Bank.
Everybody knows their jjoodness.
necessary to state where they are to be found.
"We Sell Tla-eaaa.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Progress Block Fort street.
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,
Dand concert nt Emmn Square- tills
Tho report of cases of plaguo to
March 17 appears In By Authority col
umn. Notlco of tenders for beef cattle ap
pears In tho By Authority column this
An athletic exhibition will be Given
by the Y. M. C. A. classes on tho 14th
of next month.
Tho ship Edward May was due to
lcavo Maknwell Sunday with a run
cargo of sugar for tho Cuaut.
Mr. Comstock, representing I. E.
Pluhhnm, arrived from an extended
Kauai trip by tho steamer Mauna Loa
Two boiler makers at Lawal gulch,
McBrydo plantation, Indulged In liquor
recently. As a result the cook Is In tho
hospital and the boiler makers are In
A meeting of the Executive Commit
tee of tho Associated Charities of Ha
waii will be held at 3 o'clock p. m.,
on Wednesday at the manager's office,
! next door to the Y. M. C. A. All Inter
ested nro Invited.
A. V. Peters, Past Chief Ranger,
has been elected as delegate to the
Grand Court, Ancient Order of Fores
ters, which will meet In San Francisco
on May 8. He Intends leaving by tire
Btearncr of April 17. Mr. Peters was
tho founder of Court Camoes in Hono
Base Ball Goods
chest Weight Exercisers
AND BUY FKOM
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Book, Music & Newsdealers
..PIANOS SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS..
They need no advertisement. It Is only
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
The V. V. and S. Co. liavo hay and
grain for sale.
A first class bookkeeper Is wanted.
See Want column.
Tho Btcamer Kcauhou will probably
arrive from Kaul tomorrow.
Steamers Ilclcne and Mlkahala aro
discharging sugar into the Australia.
Lylo A. Dickey has been appointed
Second District Magistrate of Honolu
lu. Tho Triangle Literary Club meets at
7:30 o'clock this evening at tho Y. M.
A lot of Florida peach trees just ro
cclveil are for sale. Sec Kor Salo col
umn. Col. J. W. Jones resumed duty as
chief court reporter this morning after
a severo IlIncBB.
Tho bark St. Katharine, Capt San
ders, arrived In port this morning, 1G2
dyas from New York.
Over one hundred and twenty tons
of coal have been taken from tho
wrecked barkcntlnno William Carson.
II. M. Dow will sell tho Prospect
street lots Tuesday at 12 m at very
reasonable terms. See ad on another
Falrchlld's Honolulu shoo houso has
Just received per Australia fourteen
cases of boots and shoes In new spring
Some changes aavo been made In tho
regulations for shipment. Sco Dy Au
thority column for the revised regula
tions. Tho Ray Simmons, Solland, and tho
barkentlno Asplco cleared port this
morning for Port Townsend. Both
sailed In ballast.
The W. O. Hall sails at 4 o'clock this
afternoon for Nawillwlll, Makawell and
Wnlmen. The James Makce sails for
Kapaa at tho same time.
A basketball game between a class
team from Punahou and tho Y. M. O. A.
will toko placo next Saturday evening
In tho Y. M. O. A'gymnaslum.
Tho Australia leaves tomorrow at
tho usual time, with a very heavy pas
son gor list. Th esteerago apartments
havo again been remodeled for the ac
commodation of first-class passen
gers. Word comes from Kauai that W. H.
Rico Jr. has not accepted the position
of deputy sheriff tendered by tho gov
ernment. It Is said Mr. Rico prefers
a position In tho tax assessors depart
ment. The only "Hawaiian Scenic Calen
dar," thirteen beautiful Island si-ncs
Rainfall and Temperature Tables
Four pieces Hawaiian Music, mailed to
any address, CO cents. Golden Kulo Ba
zaar, 316 Fort street
Well boring on the Island of Nllhau
Is progressing rapidly. L. B. Plnkham
has a force of six men engaged on the
first experimental well. This has been
sunk 250 feet and the bottom of tho
solid rock has not been reached.
Mr. Blackte, who was for a time with
tho Fowler Plow Co. Is back In his old
position on McBrydo plantation. The
plantation has four new sets of steam
plows, the railroad Is nearly complet
ed and n locomotive Is expected next
McBrydo plantation Is reported to
havo had considerable trouble with
Japanese laborers of late. Tho full
police force of the district on one or
two occasions was called out to quell
difficulties. Tho ringleaders are now
In Jail and everything Is quiet
Deputy Sheriff Armsted of Kauai
mado a trip to the island of Nllhau
last week to Investigate tho destruc
tion by flro of houses on tho Island.
Ho found no clue but apprehended
seven lepers. It Is said no physician
has visited the Island for several years.
The Hllo mall was put down In tho
postofflce last evening at C o'clock. As
tho force bad been working from C a.
m. until C p. m. they concluded It was
time to havo something to cat and en
Joy whnt they could of their Sunday
"rest." It is too bad that they cannot
work 25 out of every 24 hours.
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment o! Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
Linen Table Damask,ithNapkins
and Doilies to match.
' The great demand for the
Hanan and Johnstone and Murphy, of whom we are the
exclusive agents, has thoroughly convinced us of the merit of
these goods, i
' Progressive in every detail, cut only of the finest stocks,
and, introducing alwajs new features, keeps them alwavs in
the lead and always in demand.
I mWi iiS
MCINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 519 Fort street.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
UliU if 11 1 U 11111 JjUlrlJ Engraved - -
Your choice in quantities to suit at
50 Cents Per Dozen
This Is an opportunity for you to stock up on a necessary article. The regular
prices of these tumblers are from 75 cents to 90 cents per dozen.
See them piled up In our Ewa window.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery and Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
high giade shoes of Messrs.
Pell Under the Car.
The danger attending tho practice of
holding to tho side of a street car while
riding a bike, was demonstrated last
Saturday night shortly after the last
llerctania street car left Fort street
A small boy on a wheel thinking It
easier to be propelled by means of the
car, and so savo himself tho trouble,
took hold of tho front of tho car and
was apparently enjoying his ride Im
mensely, when suddenly his wheel slip
ped and both rider and wheel camo to
the ground. The law of nature that
seems to protect children, drunken
men and lunatics did not fall In this
case. Tho bicycle went under tho
wheels of tho street car and was
crushed out of shapo, while the boy
escaped with but a shaking up.
This method of using tho cars to pull
along cyclists has become nulto popu
lar among children of nil ages, rang
ing from fl to GO years,' and It will not
bo until a leg or two has been lost
that people will realizo the danger of
tho pastime, and will be content to
ubo their own muscles as a means of
Don't waste money; go to a practical
watchmaker. Cleaning, Si. 50. .Main
spring, f 1.50. All work warranted.
Gold and Sliver Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith & Co.
v lf '
.The Budget Speech.
Minister Damon mado some running
comments in giving the general finan
cial statement In his budget speech.
As our reporter thought the Minister
was reading everything from manu
script at the time he omitted to take
notes at that stage. An interesting
point thus missed among others was
Mr. Damon's explanation of the extra
ordinary falling off of $90,000 In esti
mated receipts from revenue stamps.
The reason was given as the abolition
of labor contracts under American
law, the stamps on these documents
having hitherto been a lucrative
source of revenue.
Another omission, a mechanical ono,
in tho report of the opening session ot
the Council was that of President
Dole's namo before a suggestion made
by him regarding tho advisability ot
rules for different readings of tho bills.
Fresh butter and other good things
per Australia, for salo by Guerrero &
Hoke at tho new grocery, Miller street,
just above tho Methodist church.
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