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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APPIL 1,
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Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolc, Fort So Beretania Sts,
Stylish and Up-to-date Furniture and Upholstery,
...tuiiuiir. uuiio, nVvX uuiiira, Willi sp.lUK IU UUCI1 SUHIGMIIIIL, UCWj IllliUIIICIS
rtnfccases, SlJeboards; Best Odorless Feathers, Hair. Moss and Moss for Mattresse?
aid Pillows. Woven Hair Mattresses, Extension Tables, Fancy Tables, Chairs and
Keekers, Window Shades and Hugs.
tl.lmnm Qtllte, IlfW Pnitoliafl ,,1tl. nnrlnn I. ,,. Mia(ltH ma.., t. tf.t
A large assortment of Upholstered Uoods, Art ricking, Cords and Gumps; also
Tents for cnmnlne out. o ft. bv is ft.
We make Awnings to order: large stock
ire now Letter prepjred to do all kinds of Upholstering and Mattress Making to order,
tepilrlng and Renovating. First Class Workmanship at Reasonable Prices.
Telephone 928 Progress Block Fort and Bertanla Sts.
CHICAGO DENTAL PARLORS
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
REDUCED PRICES js?8" &?
PAINLESS EXTRACTION GDARANTEED.
Crown and Bridge Work, from $$.
Plates, from S7.50.
Gold Filllnps, from Si.
Silver and Bone Fillings, from 50 cents.
Extraction, 50 cents.
OFFICE HOURS : 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M., AND 7 TO 8 P. M.
Room 7, Model Building, Fort and Beretunin Streets.
S THE BICYCLE
OF NO ADVANTAGE.
"We cannot advise a Westminster subscriber to proceed with his scheme
at all. lie has cot a power of locomotion In his own limbs if they are
sound, and he will use them to which all the machinery In the world can
add nothing whatever." Mechanic)' Magazine, April 14, lS3i,
"Wc must abide by the advice we gave a Westminster subscriber In our
last number. Ve hold It to be Impossible for an Individual to
travel f.tster In the long run In a machine propelled by his own personal
Strength than he would do by employing his limbs In the usual and
natural way. Man Is a locomotive machine of nature's own making, and
not to be Improved by the addition of any cranks or wheels of mortal In
venllon." Mechanics' Magazine, April SI, IS32.
In view of the fact that we have sold 40 bicycles for March,
nnJ could have sold 20 more if only we could have had our
stock of COLUMBIA CHAINLESS, the above clippings from
thi Mechanics' Magazine of 1832 are interesting. That edjtor
way back in 1832 had "wheels" and never knew it.
COLUMBIAS and RAMBLERS at the store of
t. U. HALL & &UN, LIU,
j Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
JUST LAMP. EX CARNEDD LLEWELYN.
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
CI1AS S DESKY PROPRIETOR.
X F. POST MANAGER
ANTONIO VAN GOFRB,
U. J. ORDWAY,
BOYD and ORO.
Hungry Jake !
, 25c and ioc
John Sjott, principal of the
Vnimmi Huhool rind J. K. Hurkott
rf K'llon, iu rived fioin Knttni in
the Kilolmim yiBlertliu.
of plain and striped Duck just arrived. We
A dividend will be due and payable to
the stockholders of the Honokaa Sugar
Company at the office of F. A. Schaefer &
Co., on Monday, April the third.
F. A. SCHAEFER.
Honolulu, April 1, 1899. 1184-it
Subscribers for shares In the Nlulll Su
gar Company, Limited, are requested to
call at the offices of Henry Waterhnuse
and Company, Queen street, on or before
Thursday, April 6th, 1899, and pay for
their subscriptions. All subscriptions not
paid for at the expiration of this time will
California & Oriental
g. . ,,darmHithBnr5hii'e"
Will sail for
On op about April 10th.
For Freight, apply to
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Agts.,
u8rtd Judd RulldltiR.
TI10 un mini mneting o tbo Y.
M. 0. A. will bo beld Monday
eveuiiiK itt 7:30 o'clock.
TjrtS.'''' ' 'Ml column uillti ImirliJ allemll
V a lint first tnttttttm; to ttntt tltond inur.
lion; a etnli a wnk and fo ctnll a moult. 7 Hi fl Ibt
ttmptil ajytrtlunt tvtr cjjtrld Ibt fitoflt of Honolulu.
UANTED Cabin Boy on the bark AUNear. In-
quire of the Captain. itSi-it
Xf ANTED Competent and reliable iepreentatlve
2' to handle In Hawaii our intensive fine line of
uaienaars. used Mr advertising purposes and souv
enirs (urine the holidays. Address, with recommen
dations from local or If. S. banks or business houses.
so that If satisfactory, samples may be Immediately
rnrwaraea. u'u. uam iiank-NUI l: rtNU Ll
IMU. UO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Il8l-lt
ANTED To lent unfurnished cottage, or two or
inree rooms, j, a., tnis utiice. ttiw
WANTED Employment In mlllrlzht and con-
' st uct'on work, Set en years experience In su
ear mills In meilco. Just arrived; English. Apply
n. 11., uunettn omce. iibi-j'
l ANTED To rent i or) unfurnished rooms or a
vv cottage of 4 to 6 rooms. Address Uox 76;,
Post Office. nSo-iw
WANTFD First-class tURDCR wanted. Good
wages. Apply JLrrS, Fort street. 1180-iw
OXFOKD GRADUATE, great experience, wants
position as Tutor, public or private: S.crctary
or Librarian. Hox6i). it79iw
UANTFD A Girl to take care of children Apply
vv to 501 Deretanla street corner of Alapal.
SITUATION WANTED-A firsl-cliM Japanese
C00W wishes a situation In a private family Best
of references. Address S. T., P. O. Uox CS6. im-iw
WANTED Five Messenger Dos, at once. Apply
Arrerlcan Messenger Service, corner Motel and
Alakea Streets. n6itf
UANTFD Mr. E Pierce, at present and for many
vv year put Doorkeeper for Hairakui Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co , desires an appointment. Was
formerly for a long period chief accountant to the
l(o al Niger Co Reference. Messis Theo II.
uavies a uo , lij.. nonoiuiu. 1101-im
LOST On King or Alapal streets package con
taining pink palamas. marked "Asada & Co."
Please relurn 10 this office. 1184-it
f OST A '09 model Tribune enamelled black No.
L- i6.ji. Return to Bulletin Office and receive re
LOST Along waterfront, scarf pin with two dia
monds and an opal. Reward noon returning
same to Bulletin office. iui-ti
rO LET Two Rooms will be vacant at Wright's
I Villa. April 1st. J.P. HAYWARD.Mgr.n8o.W
ICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best localltv: trams pass door
every few minutes Terms moderate. 31 Beretania
street next iity i-eea store, uro-iw
TO LET Sail Boats to M by the day ir hour.
They are comfortable and sate. Apt ly to Jani
tor Healanl Boat Club. im-ltn
COR SALE-Lady' handsome .8 ct. Gold WATCH
1 and Jewelled Charm: almost new. Sso Great
bargain; cost double. May be seen at Bui etln office.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN t-lsland-bred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W, G. Irwn dairy. Tor further particulars inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. tlti-lf
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to H. G. Blart, Fort St. iioftf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bercstrom
Music Co , Fort street 1067
EST ) cent meal In town. Try II and be con
vinced, una s excelsior Kestaurant. 1041,
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uvviiu 1 -uuvii k,'iiii, iik uikvvie uuiui, v.nci.
I ran t.a..a k. ..IIIbb . ,k t. . n. .,...! 1
i.'i i,.c vniuv ,rj kaitniK .1 uia t-vniiii; uuiiciui
office and paying expenses.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
C. Drewer& Co$i,ooi,oooio,oooSi,ooo,ooo
Ewa I'lint'n Co
Ilimoa Plan Co
Maw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Sug Co
Honomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
KonaSCo pd up
Maunalel SC A
" " pd up
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mill
160.000 1, 60a
!,8co,ooo IB 000
1 ,000,000 IO.D0C
Pepeekeo Su Co,
Pioneer Mill Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-Is SN Co,1
Haw n Elec Co.
Mulual Tele Co
1 50.0001 j,OX
p d up
Oahu Ry&L Col
so lllwallan Sugar. 11s: 90 Hawaiian Sue-ar. io;
$100110 O. R. & L. llonJs, 101; aoob R, & L,, 1)5:
so Wala'ua, assessable, 140; 5 Kahuku, soo; 5 Ka
huku. 101; 10 Hawaiian Sugar, 3)0; 104 Walluku,
400; 30 Honokaa, 195: 35 I'aauhau, 4oJ,i 10 Honokaa
395; 6 Kahuku, 195, 10 Kahuku, 900,
DIVIDENDS DUE TO-DAY.
Hawaiian Agricultural, aj per cent, April 1st.
Honokaa, ijs per cent April 3rd.
Morning Mtnr Nota.
First Ollicor Lundiue of (bo
Morning Star is very ill at the
Quoen's hospital. Tbo exact
nuturu of uis trouble is not yet
Tbo Morning Star will sail for
Miorontaia on or about Thursday
of next week. She is taking on a
lot of rairfiionary stores and pro
Thoro will be a eowinp bee at
Mrs. Judd's for Mrs. Garland,
the wife of tbo Captain of the
Mornini; Star, Monthly morninp,
April 3, ut 9 o'clock. All ladies
intorostod are invited.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Dlmuonil Heatl Sljnial Station, Apr
1. 1 p m "Weather hazy, wind freili
Weather Bureau, Funahou. Apr 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71 1 Midday maximum, Hi.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- ,06 )
Barometer, Oam, 30.08. Falling
itnminii. uo, .uu.
Humidity at 0 a m 68 percent.
Dow Point 511
Very dr., may rain In a tlay or
Friday, Mar 31.
Btmr Klloliatin, Thompson, from
Wnlmcn; 2GIKI bags Htigar to Alexau
tlor & Unlilwln; 00l Un to Castlo &
Cooke ntul 700 tlo to II Hackfcld & Co.
Am Htmr China, Seabury, from tjan
U S A T Cleveland, Klltgaard, from
Saturday, April 1.
StmrWatalealc, Ort-cn, from Kiluu-
on; 31(H) bags sugar to II Hackfeld &
Am hk S C Allen Johnson, from
San FrHticlsro; K00 tons tons geiterul
muse kit 11 U11VIC8 iMUo.
A l.1,l..n A ...nil.. XXItllnH ...
Port Townscntl. 480.000 ft lumber to
Allen & ItobliiRou.
Friday, Mar 31.
S S Manaueusu, McNao, for Suattlo
Saturday, April 1.
Stnir Noeau. Pudursuu. lor llama-
Btmr James Makce, Tullctt. for
Kupaa at 4 p 111.
From San Francisco, per bk 8 0
AlleD, April 1 A Trorbnrt, B T
MctJolIoaob, (J luckt-r, Miss M A
Coombs, F Wasbburn, 0 E Kow
oa, B F MoGall, A B MoMaban, J
S McOolloagh, Miss D W Lavnr,
Miss V IS liawer, and W IS Wil-
From Kilnuen, per strar Wai-
nionle, April 1 Mr Andrews, J II
Eabilinn, Mr and Mrs Jas Tit-
comb,, Mies S Houghtailing, S
Lessor and 1 on drck.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The schooner Luka sailed for
Tbo Aid on Bpssh is discharging
at the Oceanic wharf.
Kauai steamers report 36,626
baps of sugar loft ou Kuuai.
Tlio Mitnauenss cot uwny for
San Ditgo yestordny afternoon.
The Kitmu in duo to arrive fiom
Mnui and Hawaii ports, Into to
Inspector Macaulay will assist
the Port Suiveyor duiiug the
Tho Trausit has been chartered
to load merchandise in San Frun-
cisoo and the Jessie Minor, lum
ber in Eureka, for this port.
One of the sailors of tho Wai-
alealo was badly cut over the eye
by an oar while trymg lo mauHge
a horse in the water at Ealibiwai.
The traininc shin Adams is on
her wny to Magdalona Bay whore
she will remaiu until May 4. Sho
wi 1 then sail for this port, via
Tbo James Makee did not cot
away yesterday as the new shaft
for Kaala plantation was not yet
finished. She -will sail this after
noon. As yet, there has been no suc
cessor appoiutod to fill the place
of Oaptnin Garland in the Har
bormaster's office. As Boon as
Captain Fuller recommends a
man, he will bo appointed.
The bark S 0 Allen left Sin
Francisco, March 12, and arrivd
in port tuid morning. Upsides
tbo cm go of general merchandise,
I ho Allen has 2 mules and IS
htirseB for U F MoOullougb.
The bark Ceylou bad uot left
for Honolulu when tuo China
nailed from San braneisco. Sho
was still waiting for tho weather
to moderate in order to start out
with hor deck load of fifty two
Mr Jerome holds down tho pur
ser's office- in tho China. Tnoro is
a scoull door to his room that
closes with a click whenever a
newspaper man approHclus ami
wbatevor questions aro allowed
must bo sent over this as ovor a
dry goods counter. The system
is altogether different from that
adopted by tbo two obligmg pur
sers who preceded Jeromo and
who were always courteous and
obliging to newspaper men, Cus
tom House officers and others who
happened to have basinets aboard.
Following is tho April detail for
Custom House force: R M Mac
aulay, asBiBling Port Surveyor:
John Y Short and W F Drake, in
obargo of night watch; W H
Drummond, Goo W Kiester, A W
Noely, E A Jacobpon, W F Storey,
W J Scanlon and E E Miller, dis
Is made by.selllng good Shoes at Honest Value.
As a good and up-to-date dresser will be made by allowing us to
fit you. The Snappiest, Most Stylish Things In the market :
HEYVVOOD'S PREMIER VICI BALS jts co
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER VICI CONGRESS 5 00
HEYWOOD'S PREMIER BOX CALF, EXTENSION 5 00
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Agents for the HEYWOOD BOOT AND SHOE CO.
olinrgint! insppctors; Guard John
Brown, in chirgo of the boats.
First wmIoI) (7 a m to 5 p m)
J Kanuu, OWC Jones, J K Na
moolau and W Needliam.
Second watuh (5 p m to 12 pm)
B Knuuahi, J lieltahio, A Mosr
man, J Makaubit, J Kaloamakai
and S M Eamalmu.
Third watch (12 pm to 7 a ra)
0 Kanuhn, J W Mabelonn, A
Bielmw, Geo Kaomeo, A Nunea
and A Mitchell.
Uelateil CleTelund Hero.
The TJ S T S Cleveland, former
ly the Kabului, arrived in port at
about 8 o'clock last evening, ton
days from San Francisco. Sho
has a full cargo of stores and pro
visions for Manila. It will be
bo necessary for ber to take on
400 tcuB of coal before continuing
her trip. Captain Klitganrd,
formerly of the tranpport Lnkme,
is in command. Tho Cleveland
is at tho Irmgard wharf.
Captain Philip M Lydjg of the
Cominiesary doptrttntnt is the re
oipient of a donutiful badge of the
Artillery CorpH of Uuited Slates
Volunteers. It U of eiolid gold.
Tlio bar i ine ribed, "dipt. P. M
Lvdin, U S. V." The revorflo of
the medal has the insciiptiou,
"From A. H. N. Chieainouga
Honolulu 1898-y." Tlio p-nd-nut
in iu tho form of two clougat
nd or conical ehflls, croseed, sur
mounted with u sphfrical shell,
beautifully onameled on tho ob
verse in red, white aud blue. A
reporter wa4 shown the jnvel nt
the Commissary office by Captain
A. H. Nickersoo, who explained
that tho badgo was a token of
esteem from Captain Lydig's
friends. An organization will
soon be formed of men bolongiug
to this arm of tho service, as well
as to others, who have served in
the war with Spain, similar to the
fraternal bodies originating in tho
Sptclal 8njr Ssrvlea nt MlUlnnl Hall.
At Mililani Hall, rear of the
Opera House, a special song ser
vice baa been arranged for tomor
row, beginning at 6:30 p. m.
Following is the program:
Opening Chorus Christ Arose
horus Carried by the Angels
Duett Crown Him (In Hawaiian)
Chorus Hallelujah! He Is Risen
Duett On Calvary
SoloSoprtno-ln F When the Mists
Have Cleared Away
Miss Cecilia K. Poepoe.
Sermon Earth's Darkest Day and
Elder U. VV. Green.
Closing Chorus Christians, Good
Tbo Byusiu hauled alonpside
I iiiu .luuruiiig otnr mitt luuriurg
In tnL-rt in umtnr. Tim (Inntnin
expoots to get away on the -1th
iust. The Jupanosoechoonor will
not remain in the vicinity oMhete
Islands but will sail agiia fur
Wnko Island to continue her
shark tin-liFug work. Tbo price
paid for shark fins in China is
&70 for a hundred pounds.
A Bppoi'al car will leave Paiioa
at 10 minutes after 5 tomorrow
morning for the early service of
the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral nt balf-pat
six. The usual church car will
leavo Fauoa at 9 o'clook for the
morning servioe which begins at
a quarter after nine.
OharleB F. Horriak, bead clerk
in tho Bureau of Public Works,
loft in tho Mariposa for a vacation,
accompanied by his wife aud eon.
No official has held closer to duly
than Mr. Hei rick for many yoars
past without rest.
-33 Queen Street
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Beretania and Miller Sts.
1 he property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretania St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property,
one of which Is now rented for f 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 33 Queen St.
i. rarm at llamakua J 6,oo
6. A 40-rnom.LoJelnE House, 11-year leate, 5,00
T. Large lot at Malklkl ,0,1m '
8. i jj acres coflee land, Kona j.oo
10. Lot H acre near town , i.jn
11. Corner lot center of town 10,00
ij. House and Lot, Punahou ,,00
M. Large Lot and good Paying Business.... ii.oo
ij. Urge Lot, Palama, nearly H acre 4,00
16. Lot soxiao.wlth dwelling house.Querry St ,jo
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofflco Lane, - Honolulu.
Free Concert Nightly
By tho Quaker Medicine Co.,
COKNKIl OP FOItT AND EF.IICTANIA STS.
Olmuco of Program Nightly I 1179
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