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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, U. J., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1000.
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Baldwin Celery Soda
Head ache, Nervousness and
Seasickness m '
Pleasant and Refreshing
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
I O 3E3 : : O FL jE5 -A. IMC
AND ICE CREAMJSODA
ALL THE POPULAL FLAVOKS IN
OX"ULJSlDLOCi - 3?X"UI.'tS
Brln'yoj." wife or Uest Girl. Will b; plcis:J to ste tliem all. Come
early Siturday nights to avoid the RUSH.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
DO YOU DRINK
If so, make them AT HOME Iwlth pure water from your own
Slter, by means of ....
The latest scientific method, simple to operate, perfect ,in result,
tbsolute purity guaranteed.
Every home should have them
The latest mvilties in Wool, Silk and' Wool, and
Camel's -hair Dress Goods in plain olors, plaids,
stnpes two coned effects. Wool Galeatea suiiintjs,
bbadler Fancies Ascot Suitings, Chelsea Crepon,
Mandatory Fancies; all ibi newest the market atiords
in suitings, with a splendid line of gimps, passamen
teries, plain and fancv colored braids in black, white
and colors, for trimming.
a A comDlete assortment of Ginp-hams. from the well-
;iown Nelson Gingham, at IT
to Genuine Scotch Zrphyrs at 2
mediate prices bein 10c, 12c, lc, 6 yards $1.00,
A 2-inch printed liwn, in all sorts of colors and
patterns to please everybody, 18 y irds for $1.00.
A new 27-hch printed corded Lawn in neat designs
arid pretty cohrings, at 14 yards for $1.0 J.
A new 27-inch printed corded cotton goods in light,
dark and medium colors, 10
& Besides the above there is an endless assortment of WASH GOODS to choose from,
too numerous to mention but which we will be pleased to show.
Of embroideries, laces, plain and fancy braids, and thousand and one things used in trimming
wash goods, we have an enviable supply.
NEW IMPORTATION DIRECT FROM
yards for $1.00, up
cents a yard, inter
yards $1.00. Co
EHLERS & CO.,
Holds and lesaimits,
THE ORPHEUI CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
CdrMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
The Ocean View Cafe
W. O'trnm hi open'd the premises at
the end of the carllne Waiklkl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS :-
served at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience for
the comfort of visitors.!
WE OFFEK YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
1 1 00 bml for tho mouoy.
CJ.OSINU OUT ALL OUH DOMESTIC
CIO A IIS.
Beaver Lunch Rooiris
H. J. NOLTE.
FAMILY - LUNCH - ROOMS
At the oH stand
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE B'LD'G.
Hack Stand No. 32
Sayl do you know where I can get
good carriage T Sure I At the Hawi
llan Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hot
and Richard street. TeL IS. Nota
lng but first claw carriage and u
Plain Colored French Organdies.
A complete assortment of all the most desirable
evening shades of PLAIN COLORED FRENCH
ORGANDIES at 25c. a ord.
A new printed fabric, barred, tine and sheei j1
in. wide white they last 2c a yard.
Real French Organdies.
A carefully selected lot of REAL FRENCH
ORGANDIES, a small line only, but each one
prettier than the other, fine and sheer, dainty
colorings, 31 inches wide, we are selling at 2jc. a
' 'i 1
XO FORTIFY PEARL HARBOR
Bill for CaiJamiitln 0' ?.! Islu
and 0;h8f Properly.
Appropitatlon ol $100,000 for Improving Channel-
Measure fjr Immedlie Voik lo Pre
pare for N w Nival S:atlon.
In Us present condition tho harbor
Ih worthless to tlio United States or
to commerce, but by n comparatively
Insignificant expenditure It will be
come ono of tho most valuable ot na
Stnntor Halo has promptly Introduc
ed a bill drawn nt the Navy Depart
ment for this purpose. It authorizes
the Secretniy of the Navy to condemn
under tlio Hawaiian civil lnws of cml
nent domain, for the establishment ot
n navnl station In Pear Harbor, Island
of Oaliti, four tracts of land, with an
aggregate nira of 1.SS0 acres. Ono of
theso Is tho Island known as "Mokuu
mcunc," or Kord Island, comprlslni;
about 370 acres. Another Is n near-by
peninsular tract called Walplo, with tin
ntea or about S20 acres. These two
will constitute the naval station prop
er. They 1110 admhahly located nmt
peculiarly adapted by nature for naval
uses. The Island 1ms n deep indenta
tion, which can be ic.idlly tiansform
cd Into tho greatest graving dry dock
in tho world, nnd there Is sulllclcnt
shoru lino to moor the entltc navy of
tho United States within tho station
limits. Tho other two plots of land
avcrngo about 3."0 acics cacii, nnd nre
situated on each side of the narrow
entrance of thu harbor. Tney aro re
quired as sites for fortifications, and.
on itreount of their commanding posi
tion, can render tlio station Impregna
ble with few guns. An appropriation
or $i0,uoo is provided for the acquire
ment of these lands, which weio se
lected by the board of which Admiral
Walker was president. The section of
tho bill nuthoiics the Secretary of tho
Navy, immediately upon the passage of
the act, to establish port warden or
harbor llncj in Pearl Harbor, and to
detail u naval olllccr as supervisor of
the harbor to enforce the harbor regu
lations and maintain tho established
Section 3 appropi bites $100,000 for
tho purpose of dredging and Improving
tlio channel to provide for the safe en
trance of vessels of G000 tons displace
ment, and transfers from the nrmy to
the navy $100,000, which was appropri
ated for 1'earl Harbor on March 3, 1899.
hut which, up to this time, tho nrmy
engineers have shown no disposition to
utilize. This sum was Intended par
ticularly for cutting through tho coral
rt that blocks tlio entrance of tho
harbor, and was appropriated by Con
gicss as the result of Admiral Walk
er's Investigations of the character of
the rcrfs nnd upon his estimates for
Tho bill provides that none of the
money for dredging or Improvements
shall become nvnllable until tho tracts
of lands shall have been nctunlly acquired.
GLOOM IN MAFIWING.
London, April 25. Tho Mafcklng
correspondent of the Tlmrs, telegraph
ing Monday, April 9th, gives a gloomy
account of tho depression duo to tho
probability of tho slogo lasting until
tho end of May and says- It Is hard
to accept Colonel lladen-PowcH's ;f
fotts to cheer the people by optimistic
predictions In tho absence of any sign
of release, n
Lady Sarah Wilson, In o dispatch to
the Dally Mall from Mafcklng, datol
Sunday, April 18th, says- "Our bread
Is made now entirely of oats and Is
full of husks. This cnu.es much ill
ness. There aio many eases of nerv
oiib prostration and malarial typhoid
among tho garrison. The news ot the
check to tlio lellovlng column is n ter
rible disappointment. Last Friday
thlrty-throc natives Issued forth to re
cover some cattle which had been loot
ed by tho Uoers. They were betrayed
by unfriendly natives to the llocis,
who surrounded them 'vhllo they wcro
sleeping and snot them all but one. giv
ing no quarter. One escaped to tell tho
tale. Tho natives aro now mad for re
venge, and It will Do vciy difficult to
"Tlio bombardment continues. Our
casualties to combatants up to tho end
of March aggregated I'.Va killed and
There lias been quite n chnmro In the
make up of tho purser.) of tho Inter
Inland Co. Purser.). F. Llndcmann has
becu nppolntcd to the W. O. Hill nnd
Purser Clapham to tho Mik.ihala. Pur
ser Hapal who has been working In tho
wharf olllcc, has been i'tutu;ncd to the
Nlllinu. H. W. Adams, who bus been
woiklng for the Hoard of Health, has
been given a position In the wharf of
fice. Purser Knal has been assigned to
the James Makcc and Purser Siiarratt
to tho Kcatihou. Max Olroj, for mauy
ycais an employe of tho lntct-Istand
Co. nnd for a long time Identified with
tho W. O. Hall, has retired Louis
Reynolds has also ret lied.
TcxnH Milk Goiitn.
Forty Texas milk goats, the mopcily
of W. II. Itlce, wcro sent to Kiiunl yes
tcrday. Just beforo thu quninntlno
was decided, seventy of the same lot
wcro sent up. Thirty icninlnoJ r.nd,
since that time, there has been an . d
dltlon of ten goats. Mr. Rico Imported
these animals tor the special benefit of
tho German families In and about LI
hun who have already purcl'.usul quite,
a large number. All tho way from two
to four quarts a day is given.
To enjoy all tho pleasure of cycling
buy a Tribune. Whitman A: Co. nre
Mandarin and Neptune Ducks.
A printed cotton duck in both light and dark colors,
very durable, 8 yarJ $1.00.
English Satin Twills.
A new cotton fabric in plain colors and printed, a
very strong and durtble g tods, jut tlu thiiu lor boys'
weir, or any other wear wh;re h ird service is req aired.
6 yards for $1.00.
Is another strong, durable cotton goods, in colors,
which we are selling at 8 yards for $1.00.
A 28-inch white dimity in hair lines, cords and
checks will be found, we believe, to be very cheap
at 7 yds. for $ I OO.
A njw 31 -inch printed wash gojds at 6 yds.
An endless assortment to choose from in all that
is newest in dimities at prices ranging from i2
cts. to k cts., 6 yards $1.00 and 2octs. a yard.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs font to uiiy part of tho
TEL. BLACK 141.
HCKS- AT -ALL?- HOURS
ALt OF LAND IH
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
M.inoi Valley a beau iful situated property
conta.nlng all thenecess-ry essentials for
ahomesteidand where healthful cllma'e
jnd picturesque scenery are in the midst
of historic surroundlrgs and all In contact
with Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign ftul s as well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The rcreaee of45."4 acres In fee simple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the Inn roveincnts on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling house furnished with smltary
and other convenltnces; there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed and
The celebrated Walakeakun (Water of
the Gods) Falls is In near proximity, and
the cool, clear, spaikllng water therefrom
flows through the grounJs, supplying
ample opportunity foi Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Fot further information apply to J. H.
Boyd. Interior Department.
Honolulu. March 28. 1000.
DURING THK TEMPORARY AD-
Isenco of J. H. Shaw, V, S., trom this
mmim, viu. i. iuuuBurri'.i. v o., will
, have chnrgo of his practice Telo
1 phone TOG.