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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900.
T?f prr -i?7nrw.-n7'
Pefex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and E. D. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
Colorado Eng'ne. Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. I ard.l
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; C r
bolineum, Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosn, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti Coloric sectional Pipe
,' Pniunnm: iccnriflH I'7.' 3. tit
Kmt VrfUVtllllK- , viivu v . n v.
Pl&4 inches and Plaster in Bigs .
B. S. Anvils B. S. Drills and
Forgjs, Hiy and Fodder Cut
ters, Bailed and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniture VarnMi 01
best quality, Ready Aixed
Paints. White Lead, White
IS SURPRISED ....
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
served by the
Hn England Bakery
in their delightfully cool and attrac
tive La"ai. Generous Portions of
each article furnished at very
Private rooms reserved for Ladies.
Breakfast, 6 to 9 A. M.
Lunch 1 1 to 2 P. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgt.
Hotel street. I44
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
ri Ml.l.i. I It in, I W.-iUinW. P.
;t:im Pnim.f ') ameitr of ctllnitr 15
incnes, siroi 3 reel.
Une rour Kuner m 1. sim gear,
iSA"xU. 7n. lone.
One Dlffus'on 1'attery Comrlete (14
cells) capa Ity 5 tons.
One inple tnea J5 mots 4 11.
7 Inches long.
One Sma I Steam Jutct Pump.
ne 7 it. VjCiuin P.m H in. Copper
Jnll too Capiat lYt 'ons
. , . . ,. k, .1, Oie 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper.
Zinc, and assorted Colors ootn Coiu tso'-cnpiaty 7 ton.
. lit ..!- u .is i-., 1 Mii.nrv w.itp' fvnn-
ground in Oil and in Jipan.
1 1 .ni.v HI iIim P. I Piimn u'.ite cvlln
.l.r ,i4vi" strain Hl.ilte FeeJ Pumn-
-. , , r. -1.-. ij wavf cvllnder 7J4XI2" uctlun pipe 4"
LiaiV. iron DUCKCIS u.vui icu dis.ht'gc 2i,s'ramplpeitf.
I O. c New ifnt. lu-ular Boiler-6 ft.
SIZeS. J jm tte-. 7 1-4 Inch tubes.
1 I wo 131a e Vacuum Pumps t2.cie
Tubs 5SS)ited t..,t,wJ
I One' Rlake Vacuum Pumo 1 1x18 tnci es
One Tatuii ad Uowrn r-nglietox s
- (ncii'S witti s air, g-nr uni iiauui
t-.i n j r. ' clutches, drvtnz vacuum pump.
Please call and examine for, S,V west.... ' mtri u&iis, shaft and
, i pu icvs anu 22 mixer.
yOUl'SekeS j One Mh"s PlungT Pump 4x12".
- ' dilvcn by brlt and pulley from cent lluga
The- Hawaiian Hartee Go. i3 Putnam Lathe' 8ft bed' 20"
. ' I' Sundry Coohrs. Mill Fittings &c. &c.
ttl 1'rt. ,ii(."iies,t.ttt''',",t!'j .. .. . rt
f-nr nirtlfiil.us nnn v to
MHSSKS. C. BREVVhR & CO., LTD.
Hjs - . 1., ... -. - - f
B u' vili 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Rlnrn 1-Vtiriinrv lnt thcro liuvn lieoti
2UU building permltB Issued.
V'ipiI HnrrlHon. contractor nnd build
er, has a card In todya's Ibsuc.
Senator Kauhano returned to hU
home In Kona by the Maunn Loa today,
Tho Jabez Howes cleared and Balled
In ballast for Comox, IS. C, this fore
noon. A list of officers for tho Mercantile
Printing Co., Ltd., appears under Now
Mr. and Mrs. John Kna and Mrs. Hit
alelea will bo naBBcnRern In tho Amcrl
Tho W. O. Hall, Mlknhala and James
Makeo are all expected from Kauai tomorrow.
II. S. Townscnd has gono to Kona on
n tour of inspection cf the schools of
Tho second athletic contest of thn
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium will bo held to
night at 7:30.
For plensurp, comfort, durability and
easy running tho Trlbuno bicycles arc
Jnn Itenton and Ittv. Jos. 1 Durao
wero pesscngers from Hawaii in the I
Notice of a, special meeting of sto:lc- 1
holders In Hawaiian Sugar Co. appears
under New Today.
Tho Alden Besso cleareil yesterday
with n full load of sugar for San
Francisco and sailed today.
A nice furnished room, with bath ad
joining, facing Emma street, is to let.
See To aX column on page 8.
Dr. J. M. Whitney and family are
hooked on tho America Maru nnd ex
pect to spend six months in Europe.
Harold T. Hnyseldcn Is given lull
power of attorney to act for Caroline
Hnyseldcn or Lahalna, Maul. Sea ud
under New Today.
Mlsa Mnrlcn B. Logan leaves In the
America Maru to spend n fow months
at Long Branch, California, ns the
iucst cf Mr. and Mrs. John I2nn.
Charles D. Ballard, a native Novndan
and 25 ycats cf age, Is the latest ac
lulsitlon to tho Hawaiian Bar. H-J
;omc8 certified as a practitioner In
Hmll Ncv was arrested yesterday on
.he charge cf drunkenness. He appear
ed In tho Police Court this forenoon.
A pica of not guilty was entered nnd
die case continued until today.
A drunken natlvo caused n lot or
rnnliln n rnR. carilnciR and DCICO-
.rians at tho coiner of t'ort and King
itrcets this morning. A polieo olhccr
reiy Boon took tho follow to tho police
Solomon's Quintet Club will furnish
Mm mimta In (tin carden lanal of tho
New Kngland Bakety tomorrow oven-
.ng. (Jo early and stay iaio anu enjoy
.ho good things to cat ns well as tho
President Uole has received from tho
Bancroft-Whitney Co., nnd in turn pre
sented to tho Government Law Libriry,
three sets of five volumes each of codis
and statutes of California, nniioUto.l
Dr. Pratt states that eight pol aliops
have already compiled with the ianl
tary regulations of tho Board of Hualth
regarding construction ana ii.ui evuu
others were notified this morning to
comply at once.
Charles Clark, caretaker at tho Ka
llhl detention camp, reports that rats
are appearing In great numbers nt that
place. When tho camp was vneated
last month thcro wero but very few
rats on tho place.
Among tho passcngeru who sailed
for Maui and Hawnll In tho Maunn Loa
this forenoon were the following: Mrs.
W. Savldge, Capt. L. Ahlborn, C. Cns
tendyke, D. Conway, O. W. Hayselden
and A. N. Kcpolknl.
Tho regular monthly mcctlnu of the
Hawaiian Microscopical Society will bo
held tomorrow evening at the Kltnuana
Art League rooms. Dr. Sloggftt will
read his annual address and a number
of new slides will bo placed on exbliif
tion. Members will bo allowed to in
vito their friends.
You'll Acknowledge ; . .
As soon as you try
them, that thtre ai'e
many points of every
day wearing merit
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
Very srylish in lasts,
Grand Titters, Eesc
stock and expert
HH ALh f -PufCFfl cn.
-WILL BUY YOU A
AND NURSERY CLOTH
Wnde of White Wuslin closely quilled and (washable--
an article Ivghly appreciated by good housel-eepeis.
Size 42x76 S 12? each
ARx7fi 2.2? '
0inch 80c. yard.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
Importers of Dry Goods 519 Fort St.
CHANGE ; IN ; TARIFF
S'xty Days after the Hawaiian Territorial Bill Is pased the duty
on'Eurpan China and Croil-ervwaw will be from 5; to fo per
cent hlRher-55 per cent on White and to per cent on Decorated.
The Present Duty Is 10 per cent on el'her.
NOW Is vour time to purchase what you want In this line before
prices are advanced.
SrERLIG SILVER from the factories of Rted and Baiton and
Whiting Mlg. Co.
We w II h 've a Special bale for the next tniny uays, commenc
ing April 28th.
THE REDUCTION will be 33 ijrpericent. Our assortment
Is very complete.
PLATEDWARE will be also sold at special reduced prices.
RICH CUT GLASS, for the next thirty days at a 25 per cent
All of rur goods are maiked In plain figures and the old prices re
main with the new.
OF : 7 : PIECES
Cor. Fort and B.vetania.
Don't waste mony; go to a practical
wnt.-hmaker. Cleaning, St.w. M1p
spring, i.50. All work war anted.
M. B. LUCAS,
Gold .11 d Silver Smith.
20? Hotel sliest, nr. Henson, Smith & Co.
DR. WALTER HOFFMAN,
Ilns Resumed II1
Regulur Oflficc Hours . .
At his office, Bsretanla Stree', opposite the
HOURS: o-n A. A.
1-2 I' M.
7-3 I'. M.
ASNOAL LAWN PARTY.
Th- Missionary Gleam r will hold thtlr
Annual I awn Party SATURDAY AFTER
Mnnv f.M.iv h) from 3 until I o'clock
at the residence of Mr. 1HEO- RICH
ER LS, cor. of Klnau and Karlolanl sts.
Among the attraction thete will tea
MaypuU Dance, also Hawaiian euros.
Pelreshments, Admission 25 cejils.;
Fa cv work shiuld y. handed In to
elthir Mrs. H. H. WHHans or Ars.T.
RK hards. M'Q-4t
MHTiriR tS IIKItKHY GIVEN THAT
tho tenth assessment of ten (101 per
cent on tno capiiai bioch ui uh Hono
lulu Itapld Transit & Land Company
will be due and payaole to J. H.
Fisher. Treasurer, at III Fort mm
(upstnlrs.) Honolulu. n the 2d day
of April Inst. The shurea upon wnicfc
uu usHessment may rmnn uupiua al
ter thirty days from sam dale, wlli bt
j. it. uiLjun.
Secretary II RT.4L.J),
Honolulu. April 2d. iat)0.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass and House Furnishing Goads.
rrn nivnv. A C.nl.Ti IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxntlve Dromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists rcrunu mo money 11
falls to cure. E. W. Orovo'a signature
Is on each box, 2S rfntn.
IGonsalvcs, photoiirapher. llcretanla
near Alnpal. One lUxSu crayon por
trait and ono dozen cabinet photos 5.
lOX-gTSitlOMCI 3MLH31Q Oo
AT THE ADJOUIINEU ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of the Pa
Iama Co-operatlvo Grocery Co., Ltd.,
held on tho 28th day of April, 1900, the
following officers wero duly elected to
serve for tho ensuing year:
Wm. McCandltBS President
V. J. Testa Vice President
J. F. Humburg Treasurer
D. P. fcablan Secretary
C. D. Gray Auditor
Tho above officers with G. J. Waller
and Elmer E. Paxton, constltuto the
Board of Directors. ...
D. P. ZABLAN,
Kona Sugar Co.
Dissolution of Partnership
STOCKHOLDERS WILL TAKE No
tice that the eighth assessment is now
flue. Delinquent April 30th.
F. W. McOHESNEY.
to i6i-:w ,. ,;
The business heretofore nrrlcd in by
II. A. Parmeleo and P. A. Panneleo un
der tho Arm name of riollinter & Com
pany, has been dissolved by mutual
agreement of tho partners.
All persona having any clnlm against
tno said Holllster & Company nio I1010
by requested to Immediately present
tho same to tho said 11. A. Parmelee.
and all persons owing Uio 3ald urm nr.-
hereby requested to make Immediate
payment to tho said II. A. Parm)leti.
Notico is hereby further given .hnt
the business of said Hoilluter & Com
pany and this dissolution liavn no con
nection with tho Holllster Drug Com-
mny, Limited, the said Holllster Drus
'ompany. Limited, being nn lndepen
(Signed.) H. A. PARMELEE.
(Signed.) P. A. PAHMALEE.
Honolulu, April 30, 1300. .
For the Wet Weather
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS jr
Also CRAVAHETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
f. George Haffner, Joweler. has moved
in Vineyard street near tho Queen no
a c a y
WATERPROOF. ICARRI AGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In Great Variety. At
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
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