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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 27, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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TUEgEVENINO BULLETIN rHONOLULU, H. I., Fill DAY, APRIL 27, 1000.
- NEW GOODS!
3"Tit -A"rT5 Tre
ff Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
K Transit and E. B. Sutton.
f- A Large Assortment of
, . (Jeneral
Colorado Engine, Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. Lard,
f Sperm and Cocodtiut Oil; Cor-
bolineum,,Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti-Coloric sectional Pipe
Coverings, assorted sizes to
vp 4linches and Plaster in Bags.
B. S. Anvils, B. S. Drills and
Forges, Hay and Fodder Cut
ters, Bailed and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniture Varrmh ol
" best quality, Ready Aixed
Paints, White Lead, White
f Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Jipan.
w Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Galv. Iron Tubs assorted
Please call and examine for
The Hawaiian Bardswe Co.
Prt trt. oppoilieSpreckelV Hank.
Etergsrg'fcyQxia 3A.tjusxo Oo
FINE IMPORTED - MILLINERY
Dressmaking A SPECIALTY
Under My Personal Supervision.
MANICURING - - SHAMPOOING
. . . HAIRDRESSING . . .
Special attention is paid to
Th s Department is In Charge of an-Experienced
MISS M. E.
IS SURPRISED ....
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
served by the
New England Bakery
in their delightfully cool and attrac
tive Lanal. Generous Portions of
each article furnished at very
Private rooms reserved for La
dies. Breakfast, 6 to 9 A. M.
.Lunch 11 to 2 P. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgr.
Hotel street. 14S4
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mirless, Tait and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel Rear,
i$X"xtit. 7in. lone.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
ceusj capa:uy 5010ns.
One Triple Effcct-350 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 inches long.
One Smail Steam Juice PuniD.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan X in. Copper
Colls" 100' capacity salons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
uous 150' capacity 7 tons.
Dunlex Blake Feed I'umn wate- cvlln'
Jer 4JSxi2", Meam Blake FeeJ Pump-
water cylinder 7J4XI2-' suction pipe 4
dlsJnrge 2JJ, steam pipe i',(.
One New 16 tt. 1 uhular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter. 74M Inch tubes.
I wo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Puma 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Engine iox 2
Inches with snalt, gear an J friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrl'ugals, shaft and
pu'leys and 22' mixer.
One Molasses PlungT Pump 4x12",
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fittings &c. &c.
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
KngllHh black inushrooniu at Wnlkl
Judge Stanley returned In tho Mnunu
Ixa this forenoon.
Tho schooner ncllpo tia'tcd for Ka
uai yesterday at C p. m.
Ornnd Concert Llttcralro, April 27.
Sco nd In last column this page.
Justice Frcar is again at his offlco
after n few days of abaci. cc
The Czarina la ready for oca. She
has 21,000 bags of sugar aboard.
The J. 8. Chapman and C. D. Bryant
from Ban Francisco aro oft port.
Geo. W. It- King was tho artist af
the I. O. O. F. decorations nt Progress
12. W. Jordan ban n stock of water
proof cloak h, coatn, etc Heo his ad in
There will be ft meeting ol tho Com
missioners of Education nt tho usual
time this afternoon.
A medal for a 120-yard bur dip raco
has been found. Sco Found column on
pago 8 for particulars.
Some party or parties entered Ocorgo
Sea's houBO In Knpalamn a few days
ago and stole a can of nvlK. .
The Alamedn tthould have been In
this morning but, for soma reason or
other, she has been delayed.
Vehicles and livo stock will ho sold
at auction tomorrow. Sco Jns. F. Mor
gan's column for particulars.
Oonsnlvcs, photographer. IJeretnnla
near Alapal. Ono lti2i crayon por
trait and ono dozen cabinet photos 3.
Dick Daly has something to say in
tho Wants column. His lunch room Is
at tho corner of Hotel and Nuuanu
Jan. F. Morgan will conduct tho auc
tion at the Honolulu Stockyards Sta
bles tomorrow. Sco Ida column for
Tho Hawaiian Automobllo Co. share
holders will meet In tho cfllco of Cas
tlo & Cooke next Tuesday, May 1st.
Sco notlco under Now Today.
Lahalna, April 2C Tho Maul Tele
phone Company will have a central sta
tion in Wulluku. Tho location has
been selected and tho land bought.
Among tho passcngcru from Maul
and Hawaii ports In tho Manna I.o.i to
day were tho fouowing: C. Castcn
dyk, David Paris and J. Stadtlnndcr.
TI10 St. Frances finished taking on
sugar at tho railroad whnrf this foro
noon and linn hauled out into tho
stream. She Is about ready to proceed
Although tho rtgular day thero was
no session of tho Executive Council
this morning, President Dole having
been out with tho Philippine Commis
sioners. Grand concert at tho Opera Houso
this evening. Doors open at 7 p. "in.
Concert begins promptly nt 8 p. m.
Order carriages for 10: SO. Como with
your friends and enjoy a treat.
Lahninn, April 20. Mrs. Itoslnn
Ayrcs was married to Dr. Dcncgar of
Klhcl by Judgo Kahanulia at Lahalna
this morning. Tho parties returned to
Klhcl soon uftcr tho ceremony.
Miss Knto Kclicy, stenographer to
tho Executive, will act as cccretary
to tho Foreign Oillce, for the remainder
of its existence, In place nf Major Geo.
C. Potter, who leaves for Paris In tho
Coptic as secretary of tho Hawaiian
Tho Coptic arrived from the Orient
and anchored off port nt 8:20 o'clock
last night. Sho came In alongside- the
Pacific Mall wharf this morning and
discharged EGO tons of general mer
chandise. Tho Coptic brought two
cabin passengers and cloven Japancc'o
and ono Chlneso In tho storragc. Sho
sails for San Francisco at a p.m.
Fi lends of Miss Llzzto McCorriston
and Frank Herbert Foster received b
the Mauna Ioa this morning announce
ments of their marrlngo In Kamalo,
Molokal, "Wednesday, March 21.
For the Wet Weather -
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
3 NETTE WATERPROOF
CLOAKS and COATS -wr
Also CRAVANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In
You'll Acknowledge . . .
As soon as you try
them, that thero are
many points of every
day wearing merit
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
. Very stylish in lasts,
Grand Fitters, Best
stook and expert
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 510 Fort street.
In this land of perpetual summer the
should be used very extensively and the
many hinds of Oil Stove? made, only a few have proveJ a success. The following
points sln.uU be carefully considered:
First, Safety, Second. Cooking Merits; Third, Economy In Fuel; Fourth, Dur
ability, Fifth. CostanJ Facility of Immeiiate Nernlrs.
We are making a specialty of the BLUE FLAWE WICKLES? OIL STOVE
business and are carrying In stock In all sizes two of the best makes In America.
If you purchase a stove from us we will give you a written guarantee to furnish
you for your Stove Kerosene Oil for one
then you will no longer be at the mercy of
your fuel will cost you.
We have an expert In attendance who
and we guarantee satisfaction.
Please notice a sample each of our staves
These Blue Flames are lighted at 7 a. m. and
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
E. W. Jordan,
tfo. 10 Fort Street.
A new lot by the Australia
made of Duck, Crash and Pique,
plain and trimmed. These
skirts are well tailored, late
styles Jand cost from $1.00 to
BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVE
demand Is Increasing each day. There are
year at a price not to exceed a fixed rate;
oil speculators and will know jjstwhat
will explain the operation of our stovts
In ope-atlon In our large front window.
run until 5 p. m. without any attention.
WILL BUY YOU A
OF : 7 : PIECES
.... AT ....
Cor. Fort and Beretanu.
Don't waste money; co to a cractlaJ
watchmaker. Cleairng, 51.50. Main
spring, U.so. All work war-anted.
M. B. LUCAS,
Gold and Silver Smith,
s Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith & Co.
FKIDAY, APRIL 27.
A Unique Literary and
Musical Entertainment 1
MR. C. F. FITZ W. HALL
Will give advance readings from his
"POEMS OP TUG OPEN AIR."
Assisted by the b:t artists of th
city in an elaborate program, Vocal and
intrumental in Illustration.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Cm's.