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THE' EVENING-. BULLETIN: mJNUbULiUrTtl-T aHuaiT-Mttirii7ilw-
, NEW GOODS!!
Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and E. B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
v ' Colorado Engine. Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. L ard,
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; Cr
bolineum, Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosm, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti-Coloric sectional Pipe
Coverings, assorted s:zes to
4 inches and Plaster in Bags
B. S. Anvils B. S. Drills and
Forges, Hiy and Fodder Cut
ters, Boiled and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniture Varnish 01
best quality, Ready Mixed
Paints, White Lead, White
Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Japan.
Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Galv. Iron Tubs assorted
IS SURPRISED ....
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
served by the
New England Bakery
in their delightfully cool and attrac
tive La-ai. Generous Portions ot
each article furnibhed at very
Private rooms reserved for Ladies.'
Breakfast, 6 to 9 A. M.
Lunch 1 1 to 2 P. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgr.
Hotel street. 1484
Please call and examine for
The Hawaiian Hardwttie Co,
Fort street, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
n,. U,tl. 'I. It nnil Walun W. P.
Steam Engine DiameUr of c Under 15
One Four Holler M II sttel Rear,
5H"x4fr 7 n. I011K.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
:ellsl capa Itv w tons.
One Inple Elfect-J5 2" tubts 4 ft.
; Inches lonR.
One Sum I Steam Juice Pump.
O-e 7 rt. Vacuum P.m 34 m. Coppr
OIU 100' aptclb 5'A 'ons.
One 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Coils cso' capicity 7 "i.
Duplex Hlake F.eJ Pu up wa'e c I n
der4tfxi2". tteam Blake FteJ Pump-
ti.itr ft mnl?r 7 vxi2 ucu. ll mirc 4
Jis.hi'er 2JJ, Mram pipe ijf.
Ui.e (New 10 11. iu-uiar uoiicr u it.
Jlaneter, 7-4in'h 'ubes.
I wo Blal.e Vacuum Pumps 12x18
Indus. . ,
O.ie Bhke Vicuum Pumn t jxio meres
One latu-n and Bowrn hnj-lie iox 2
inh.e tulih cVoii. n'nr mil friction
dutches, dr vIiir vacuum pump.
t ami a f t 1 . . t jl 1 a rt
SIX WeMOII nun uais, siian aim
pu levs and 22' mixer.
One M' Ives PIwirt Pump 4x12",
dilveit by belt and pulley from centiliujal
One Futnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers. Mill Fittings &c. &c.
For pirtlcithis apply to
MESSRS. C. BRhWrR it CO., LTD,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
W. O Halt for Nawlllwlll and Hanu
maulu at 6 p. m.
Captain Mitchell has been promoted
to bo master of the steamer Maul.
T w. (InrJrr la out attain nftcr ft
slego of Illness that began about Unrlst-
..Inalw furnlolird rnnmn nt the Pon-
ular House, lt4 Fort Bttett, from $1.00
per ween up.
Unfurnished houso with latest Im
provements la wanted at Kallhl. Seo
A locket has been found. Owner can
obtain same at this offlce. Sco Found
column on pago 8.
Notice Is given I)y Authority of tho
appointment of George A. Davis as Act
ing First Circuit Judge.
Tho Trlbuno Is enameled l.i 1 Ither
bltto or black and possesses tho quali
ties or a n en craao wncei.
W. H. Cornwell and Uco. H. Hay3el
den were among tho passengers from
Maul In tho sunnier Aiaui toany.
Thn Klnrm fulllB on her rCKllUr
route nt 12 m tomorrow. Ino Claud-
lno returns to her regular Maui route.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell ut auction
auout 960 bags of fertilizer chalk at the
old flshmarkct whatf nt 10 a. m. May
8th. Bee his column for particulars..
No further arrests have been made
In tho Canavarro affair, 'ihe two
men arrested tho other day aro still lu
Jail but they havo given out nothlns
fl T. Mxcntnli. thn rnnrrnontntlVQ of
Wall, Nichols Co., on tho ninth edition
of tho Encyclopedia Hrltannlaca, 13
meeting with great success In distribut
ing tho work on ino small iiioniaiy
paymtnt plan. Ho deserves bucccss as
ho Is a born hustler. All Bulletin
reader b should tuibfecrlbc for a set of
this valuable work.
As soon as you try
them, that thre are
many points of every
day wearing mer t
in thtm. .
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
Very stylish in lasts,
Grai.d Jitters, Eess
stock and expert
iTOERNY SHOE STORE
WILL BUY YOU A
OF : 7 : PIECES
Cor. fort and Rerefnnfa.
With Honolulu Ynclitn.
There was an exciting race between
the Hvn (formerly the Uladya) and tho
La Palcma fiom tho anchorage olf
Clarence Macfarlanc'a place In tlu
Peninsula to Honolulu, yesterday af
ternoon, me ureczc ueing a buuu aim
ULU, UltS Uvu UoUltt Wciu uu.u lu ti
their racing quailtica unucr one icei
I ho Hva came out unqucstion.ib.y tin
winner but tho La Palorna crew galnci'
a knowltdgo of her shortcomings and
It Is undeistocd, a change will Been b(
made so that sho will bo nblo to coin
witli tho ucst in tno naroor.
Tho La 1'alomn started out quite a
dlBtanco ahead of tho Kva, tho lattei
leaving tno nncnorago menuoucu ni
1:30 p. m. Tho Io, Palorna Kept well
ahead until outside tho Pearl ilarboi
bar, when tho Hva passed her. Making
tho rough water, tho La Palorna behav
ed badly, olTcrlng tho Eva nn oppor
tunity to get still farther ahead. Tho
wind was blowing a great rate and the
Eva kept on gaining. Oft tho channel
Bhc was bo far ahead that she went out
nmi anllo.l nrnnml n dinner shin bound
in, arriving at her anchorage In the
tinrhnr At a! 4u n. m.. a nours nn iu
minutes from Pearl Harbor. The Lu
Palorna sailed out to Wniaiki ana tncu
Iho Abblo M. went down Saturday
and returned Sunday afternoon. Sho
was expecting to raco wuu mo romi
but tho latter did not tako kindly to
Oscar White, who willed tho Eva yes
terday, Btateo that ho changed the
namo of his boat because T. W. Hobrou
has resorved tho namo Oladys. This
will probably bo given tho new schoon
er jacht that Mr. Hobron expects to
havo hero in tho near future. Eva Is
tho namo of Mr. Whlto'n Bister.
Yachtsmen complain of tho lack of
buoys In tho Pearl Harbor channel
which lays yachts open to continual
running aground. They state that an
nnnrnnrintinn for this nurnoso has
been mado and ask that tho matter be
attended to as Boon as possible.
bunuay next win prooaoiy see a uis
vnMit run in Prnrl Harbor and return.
Arrangements aro now being mado for
which 1b the mo aa Greenwich Oh.
AND NURSERY CLOTH
. Mndeof White Muslin closely quilted and iwashable
m ani Je h'ghly at prcia:ed by good housekeepers.
Size 42x76 S 12? each
SAxlG 1-7? "
68x76 2 25 "
0inch 80c. yard.
Ilrtn'l .trntf.. mftn.i rrn tn a nraHlf!
wat hmnket. Cle.ni'iiB, 51.50. Iili
spring, H.50. All woiU war anted.
M. B. LUCAS,
Gold ard Silver Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Henson, bmlth fi Cs
HOT TIME COMING
So we have laid In a 3to.k if El.'ctric Farx
the I lawnl in fall them ai d tV y a-e -vlnS -
nlll InJctd lor u ey 1 a'.: wnl aL
plenty of it.
Here are the pi Ice j:
Cellirc Fat s (put up) -J5
Wh i"- ' n
Desk Fans 23-
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 519 Fort St.
CHANGE: IN ; TARIFF
S'xty Das after the Hawaiian Territorial BUI Is passed the duty
on Eur pan China and Lnxl-ervvare will be from 5? to 60 per
cent hlRher-55 rer cent on White anJ Co per cent on Decorated.
The Present Duty I 10 per cent on either.
NOW Is vour time to purchase what you want In this line before
prices pre advanced.
SIEHL1G SILVER from the factories of Reed and Batton and
Whiting Mlg. Co.
We w II h -ve a Special Sale for the next thirty days, commenc
ing April 28th.
Tut REDUCTION will be 35 ij ?per icenx. uur assonmtm
Is very compete.
PLATEDWAPE will be also sold at special reduced prices.
RICH CUT GLASS, for the next thirty das at a 25 per cent
All of rur goods are maiked In p'aln figures and the old prices re
main with the new.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Imporie- of CrocVerv and G assani House FurnUhlng Golds.
Oceanic G us and
F.lerf'c C.. I "
Assessment Not ce.
NOTinP. IS HEREHY GIVEN THAU
the tenth assesauient ot ten (10i p
..u.tf ..I. ItlM .1.11111(1 Mllll K .it liim nuiii
lulu Kapld Transit & Land Cofflpaj
Will DO uue buu (laaui. w .. a
Fisher. Treasurer, at 111 Fort ftrvaft
(uputalra.) Honolulu. 00 the 3d taj
of April Inst. The ahaiv upon wax
an assessment may remin unpaK at
tcr thirty days from saiu aate, win m
J. A. OILMAN.
Bccrotarj IL R T. ft U- 0 '
Honolulu, April 2d. WOO. J
IN THr CIRCUIT COURT. TIRST CIRCUIT OF
I the lliwilan la dl In'ht miltr ol Ihe b k-
rtmtnnnl llinkruM (or dlKhitj. Upon roiic
ana mine ihe ptlhlnn of M J. Mtva of Kiaaa.
Kauai, auelrc mat more man n mon.i i
tlapteJ lnce he wat aJudlca rd a bankrupt aal
rraylne (or a dltcharce Ip'm ail hl dMs
oldrdtlltMODY. lh uth day ol Mar, A.tt.
1000 in rtlliouni naic. nunuiuiu, ,i iu .....
dav ai Chamrera. be anl Ihe uim ' hereby ap
polnteJ (r the I eailnR f said plliin, al hit tnr
anJ tlare all creJIiora wlo havr prated Ihelrmtm
. i.a a. It hi.limnl mau ann.. an.4 ihmilllH
II any they hae. hy ihe r'-y-' "' 'J Baakivt
thn Id not be 1 radled.
Uy Itic Cuutl.
Dated April ". Y
iS-4t a v.
Bergstrom 3yi.x3.sio Oo
AT TUB ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of tho stockholders of the Pa
lama Co-operative Grocery Co., Ltd.,
held on tho 28th day of April, 1900, the
following offlcors were duly elected to
Berve for the ensuing year:
Wm. McCandlcsa President
F. J. Testa Vice President
J. F. Humburg Treasurer
H. P. Zablan Secretary
C. D. Gray Auditor
The abovo officers with G. J. Waller
and Elmer E. Paxton, constitute the
Board of Directors.
B. P. ZABLAN.
Durlrg our ab en;e f om the Islands,
Henw Wa erlv usj & Co. will act for us
In all n atters. v nde p w. r of attr. ey.
J. H. RAYMOND.
PHOEi'E K RAYMOND.
Pharaoh's Gerpint Eggs, a
novel and startling play thing
which when ignited e;.ms to
be at imat.'d.
5c. per box.
PEH ti. b. i.UbTKALIA.
Ti.af lnniioft 11 full line of icruDeS. aD-
pies, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage.
cauliflower, cranDernes, uuroaun uu
red potatoes, jates, salmon, Qoundera,
halibut, crabs, Eastern aud California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
ohlekens. ducks, quail. A ..ill line rf
canned goodu. CAMAIUNOa REFni-
American Messenger (iervlc, M
sonlo Temple. Tet 444. "
- For the Wet Weather
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS -wr-
Also CRAVANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
WATBRPROOFfiCARRlAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In Gr:ot Variety. M
E. W. Jordan, :,
No. 10 ort Street.