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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 02, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY. MAY 2, IS 00.
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Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and E. B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of'
Colorado Engine. Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. L ard,
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; G-r-bolineum,
Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti Coloric sectional Pipe
Coverings, assorted s;zes to
4 inches and Plaster in Bags
B. S. Anvils, B. S. Drills and
Forgis, Hay and Fodder Cut
ters, Boiled and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in bairtls, Car
riage and Furniture VarnUh o)
best quality, Ready Aixed
Paints, White Lead, White
Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Japan.
Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Galv. Iron Tubs 'assorted
Please call and examine for
rhe Hawaiian Hariiw&ie Co.
f rt tret.
opposite 'crrc'iels' Bank.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
Teinple of Easlilori.
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
IS SURPRISED ....
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
served by the
New England Bakery
in tlieir delightfully cool and attrac
tive La-ai. Generous Portions of
each article furnished at very
Private rooms reserved for La
dies. Breakfast, 6 to 9 A. M.
Lunch 1 1 to 2 p. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgr.
Hotel street. 1484
louurti; iviMuiiiniiUY mi
One MMess, TJt and Watson VV. P.
Ste.im Enguir "D ame'.er of cjllnJtr 15
Incnes, stroke 3 fet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
i$K"xxU. 7n. long.
On: Dlffus'on Battery Complete (14
cells) capa Itv w tons.
One triple Effect -350 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 Inches lone
One Sinn I Steam Juice Pump.
Cym Ir V ..iiitiii I in ! in fnnflff
ol 100 capiclt S'A 'ons.
I One 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
I Coil- i?o' capjclty 7 ton.
duplex Blake FieJ Pump wate- cvlln-
der 4x12". hteani Blake FeeJ Pump-w.-itrr
c Under 7!xi2" juctlun pipe 4"
dls hl'gr Vi, strain pipe l',.
One New ifitt. luiular Boller-6 ft.
diameter, 74-4 Inch tubrs.
I wo BlaKe Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Pumn 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowrn Engine iox 2
Inchrs with st-alt, car anJ friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston ( mtrl ugals, shaft and
pu levs and 22' mlxrr.
One Metises Plung'r Pump 4x12",
driven by belt and pulley from centrical
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolirs. Mill Fittings &c. &c.
I rnr pirtlcnurs npply to
iMESSKS. C. HREWfcR & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
REPUBLICAN MBBTINO, DHILL
The Nippon Marti brought 2G tons of
freight tor this port.
A trnct of land on Wilier avenue for
nalc. Sco Kor Sale column.
Folding1 bed and blue llamo oil utovo
for Bale. See For Salo column.
S. K. Kalml will not ho responsible
for debts contracted In his name.
Sco Saltcr'n ad today fur list of now
and toothsome groceries just received.
W. C. Gregg at rived from San Fran
cisco In the Nippon Maru this morning.
Captain Pcttcrson of tho 0. W. Wat
son is accompanied by alp. vito mid
Tho Kllnucn Hon from Hawaii last
night, brought ten lepers from various
h. K. Kcntwell nrrlvcd back from
tho Const in the Nippon Mn.ru thM
Edgar Cnyplcss sends word to liU
friends tnat ho is soon to return to
Tho Rowing Associutlon-will inert
Fridny instead of this evening 113 nn-
Dr. Coudcrt of New York bns opened
nn olllco on Ilorctunlu strict. Sio card
in l'hyslclanfl' column for olllce hours,
Nona of tho minstrel company will
bo included in tho concert part of tho
program at Progress Hull 'lluirs.lay
There will bo a special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, V. At A. M.
tills evening at 7:3u. Work In tlto sec
J. M. Vivas snys ho Is going to sub
mit to an opcrntlon tomorrow, un-1
says this will put Ml in out of politic
for sorao weeks.
Messrs. Hartwcll and Smith are now
announced as delayed In coming liuinc
from Washington until tho Coptic's ar
rival on May IS.
Otllcer Flint of tho wntor front r.r
rcstcd Louis Vcznndc, a deserter from
tho J. C. Pilugcr, yestcrdny. This wad
Mr. Flint's llrat an cat.
Tho Amateur Orchestra, will meet.
Thursdny evening nt 8 o'clock. Ever;'
member is requested to ho present as
new music will bo taken up.
Kamucla, a native, was nncsted tills
foienocn on tho charge of laiceuy in
tho Bceond degree. Ho is charged Willi
stealing ten dollars In money.
Tho Jnpancso Benevolent Society,
wliicn lias dona much relief work In tin
plaguo time, has funds amounting to
$3115.80 after spending $1355.55 last
ALL REPUBLICANS SHOULD UE
AT TONIGHT'S MASS MEETING.
Cammlslsoncr of Agriculture Hiuigbs
and Prof. Koebelo started this morn
ing on a tour of inspection through
tno forests of Ntiuanu valley and Tan
talus. The musical part of tho program at
tho Orphcum Quintet's ball in Progress
Hall Thursday evening will bo a bril
liant affair. See part of it under New
In tho Police Court this forenoon A.
O. de Costa was lined $15 nnu costs on
tho charge of assault with a weapon,
de Costa attacked a countryman with
The Mauna Loa is on the boards to
sail for Maul and Hawaii ports at 10
a. ra. tomorrow although it was not
supposed that sho .ould get away until
'Lie Nippon brought 15 peoplo in the
stcerngo for this port and has 1G In
transit. In tho Asiatic steerage, in
transit, are 46 Jnpancso nnd 47 Chi
nese, a total of 93.
The Albert was on the boards to load
In San Francisco for this port when
the Nippon Marti sailed. The Martha
Davis began loading for Ililo April It),
and was to sail on the 27th. The Ar
cher for Honolulu nnd tho Falls of
Clyde for Hllo, began loading April 23.
REPUBLICANS AT THE DRILL
SHED, 7:30 TONIGHT.
- For the Wet Weather
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS -s-j)
Also CRAVAHETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colons
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 ort Street.
You'll Acknowledge . . .
As soon as you try
them, that thcre are
many points of every
day wearing mor-.t
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
Very s'yUsh in lasts,
Grand Fitters, Ees:
stock and expert
AND NURSERY CLOTH
: Made of White AUislin closely quilled aifd washable--
an article highly appreciated by good housekeepeis.
Size 42x76 $ 12? each
54x76 1.7? "
68x76 ; 2.2 "
?4 inch 80c. yard.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
Importer o? Dry Goods. 519 Fort St.
CHANGE : IN ; TARIFF
S'xty Days after the Hawaiian Territorial Bill Is passed the duly
on Eur P:an China nnd Crockeryware will be from 5; to roper
cent hlRlier 55 rr "t on White and Co per cent on Decorated.
The Present Duty Is 10 ptr ctnt on either.
NOW Is vour time to purchase what you want In this line before
prices are advanced.
STERLING SILVER from the factories of ReeJ and Barton and
Whiting Mfg. Co.
Wewllh'vea Special Sale for the next thirty days, commenc
ing April 38th.
THE REDUCTION will be 3) i-j :per .cent. Our sssortment
Is very complete.
PLATEDWARE will bs also sold at special reduced prices.
RICH CUT GLASS, for the next thirty days at a 25 per cent
All of our goods are matked In p'aln figures and the old prices re
main with the new.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and GlassanJ House Furnishing GooJs.
Will buy You a
OF : 7 : PIECES
.... AT ....
Cor. Fort and B .Tetania.
Don't waste mony: go to a prattled
wat hunker. Cle.in nc. $1.50. MaJ
spring, M.50. All work wjr anteJ.
W. B. LUCAS,
GolJ and Sliver Smith.
205 Hotel street. 11 r. Hensnn, bin it h & Co.
DR. WALTER IIOFHMAN,
Hits Rcsuuird Ills
Re&iilni' OWce Hours . .
At his office, Bent i' la Stree', oppwit; the
Hawa Ian Ho el.
HOURS: c-M A. ,M.
t-2 I' M.
At the Orphcum.
To nlsht will ho the last specialty
night or rather vaudeville night proper
for (ultu n while as Unclo Tom holtla
the hoards for the balance of tho week.
Uncle Tom .is Hognn presents It is
full of singing tunl specialties. Tho re
vived edition of it to be presented
'lhursriny night will havo many Im
proved features over the last perform
ance. Baby Iluth, whose presence hero
has prompted the numerous requests
for bnelo Tom, mndo moro than a suc
cess nnd created n sensation In the part
of Kvn In San Francisco. Honolulu
has already seen enough displayof lier
talentB to be prepared for nn unusu
ally clever performance of tho part.
Hognn of course plays Tom, Allan
Dunn, St. Clair; Morris, Loiter and lila
Several largo parties from the outly
ing districts have sent in requests for
scats nnd the revival of tho bill prom
ises to lio a notable one. Moantltno
Baby Ruth sings "I'll Lenvo My Happy
Homo" for tho last time tonight and
minstrelsy, Dodson and tho shadow
graphs will after this evening ttep
temporarily Into tho background.
rtuHsIn Gets n Chinese Rond.
Shanghai, April 21. Tho China Ga
zette says Russia has compelled China
to consent to tho building of tho
rcklng-Klakhtn Rnilwny. It 1b to ho
run nominally by both nations, trat
will really be under the control of tho
Russo-Chlneso Dank. This road will
form tho eastern end of tho Siberian
Great Variety. At