THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY S, 1S99.
This is the Columbia model that is
having such a great run in the States
and here. This is also the model that
the price is to be raised on. We have
been notified that in future we will
have 'to pay $5.00 more for them and
when our present stock on this model
is sold we will have to follow the
price up. As long as they last $50 00
will be the price, when this lot is
sold and new ones come they will
have to be $55.00.
With a large number of models in
both COLUMBIAS AND RAMBLERS to
pick from the right place to get a
E. 0. Hi
Corner Fort and King Streets.
Ready Rock Asphalt
The strongest, most economical and durable Roofing
ever sold in tins market. Eabily and quickly laid, and
adapted to any roof from flat to one-half pitch.
It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OF HEAT, which, to
gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible,
paiticularJy iecon meeds it for tnis climate. Does not
require to be painted and any workman can Jay it. En
dorsed by leading architects and builders. Call and see
FOR WATER MAINS SEWERS AND
The best pipe in use; will out-last any piping ever placed
on the market. Contractors and Plantation Managers should
investigate this Piping. They will find just what they
have been locking for a pipe that is strong and will not
Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd,
Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St
NEW ARRIVALS !
White and Blue Grass Linen, Silkp, Table Covers, Si k Shirts
Doylies, Pajamas, Handkerchiefs, etc. Latest Patterns of
ENGLISII AND AMERICAN SERGE,
Scotch Tweeds, Linen and Duck Cloth, Etc.
Tailor and Dry Goods Merchant
210 Nuuanu Street, Above Hotel.
KING ST., Next to
New Shipment of SHIRTS, COLLARS, UNDERWEAR, GENTS' HOSB,
Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock.
Japanese Bamboo Baskets,
Matting, Japanese Lanterns,
California Harness Shop.
NEW STOCK FROM COAST CONSISTING OF
Mm Mi Spouses, Brosnes. Giiny Gonitis. Etc.
Have a few ROBES, which will be
sold for less than cost
KING STREET. LINCOLN BLOCK.
Just Below The Arlington Hotel
Castlo & Cooke.
SheciiEi Mnrfler Report Brought
TELEPHONE MESSAGE SENT
To the Effect That Two Children Were
Killed By Two Women-Fearful
A horrible story of two murders
comes from "Waimea, on Hawaii. It is
reported by Purser Fernback, of the
-oeau, which sailed from Kukuihaele
last Friday morning, to which place
the news was telephoned. The story
could not be corroborated on the ar
rival of the Kinau from Mahukona late
The following was the telephone
message to Purser Fernback: On
Tuesday, May 2nd, a native woman at
Waimea, the wife of one of the ranch
men, killed her little stepdaughter by
brutally beating her with a club across
the bowels. The woman had one child
of her own and had been in the habit
of cruelly treating this poor unfortun
ate daughter of her husband by a form
er marriage. Before the murderess
could dispose of the body it was seen
by a little girl who had witnessed the
end of the tragedy and who ran to a
neighbor native's cabin not far distant
and told of the event. A woman en
raged to insanity at this house by the
news, hurriedly went over to the place
where the murder was committed, bent
upon punishing the step mother. She
did not attack the murderess, "but dash
ing through the door, caught up the
remaining little child belonging there
and struck it across the neck, killing it
Both women now came to their rea
son. Swearing the girl informant to
secrecy they buried the bodies of the
victims. The matter might have been
hushed up but the little girl witness
told others of the affair and it finally
reached the authorities, who on the
Thursday following the murder ar
rested the two women accused and the
next day the two bodies of the child
ren were to be exhumed as evidence.
U. S. A. T. SENATOR.
Headquarters of 13th U. S. In
The United States army transport
Senator is at Oceanic wharf with a
battalion of the 13th Uni&d States In
fantry on board for Manila, with offi
cers as follows:
Col. A. P. Smith in command; staff,
Captain M. McFarland, adjutant, Cap
tain P. C. Harris, Quartermaster, Major
II. I. Raymond, surgeon, Lieut. G. W.
Roberts, and Lieut C. M. Mittlestaldt,
assistant surgeons, Lieut. J. Frazler,
transport quartermaster; line officers,
Captains W. L. Buck, II. D. Steyer, V.
R. Sample, First Lieutenants II. T.
Ferguson, H. L. Threlkeld, P. B. Ma
lone, A. R. Kerwin, H. W. Miller, A.
C. Read, R. A. Clay; Second Lieuten
ants W. T. Patten and A. C. Knowles,
The Senator is coaling and will sail
for Manila probably this evening.
Sunday School Rally.
The Sunday School rally takes place
next Saturday. The spectacle will be
one of great interest. The' children
will first march to the drill shed where
the column will be formed. The re
viewing stand will be placed in front
of the opera house. Past this the chil
dren of all the various .schools will
march. All will vie with each other
in making the best appearance. The
Chinese and Japanese schools will
make a particularly good showing. The
committees in charge have worked
hard to make the rally both novel and
successful, and next Saturday will see
their efforts accomplished.
The fortnight's tennis tournament of
Oahu College, under the direction of
the Athletic Association of the institu
tion, ended on Saturday afternoon last
with the final between the boys. Viv
ian Richardson of Maui, won over Geo.
Fuller, of this city, the latter being
heavily handicapped. The trophy was
a fine racket. The consolation prize,
a leather racket case, lettered, went to
Raymond Spalding. The cases for
both the boys' and girls' tournaments
were donated by Wall, Nichols.
The funeral of Manoel da Costa, who
died Friday afternoon, took place yes
terday from the Catholic Church. It
was held under the auspices of the
Sociedade Lusitana and was largely
attended. The deceased leaves a wid
ow and five children.
IF YOU WANT to have a good
laugh go to the ORPHETJM tonight.
Will be received at the Office of the
Minister of the Interior until Tuesday,
May 9th, 1S09, at 12 o'clock noon, for
furnishing to the Road Supervisor of
Honolulu the following supplies in
quantities as required from time to
time for the Bureau of Roads and
Bridges Honolulu, during the term of
six months, from May 11th, 1S99.
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES.
Required by the Bureau of Hono
lulu Roads for the term of six, months,
commencing May llth, 1S99.
Red bricks, per M.
Portland cement, per bbl. of 400 lbs.
California lime, per bbl.
Blacksmith's best Cumberland, 2240
lbs. Departure Bay, 2240-lbs.
HARNESS, LEATHER AND FIND
INGS. No. 1 .harness leather, per lb.
Lace leather, per foot.
Cart saddles, each.
Collar pads, per doz. pairs (best
Hames, per doz. pairs.
Horse collars, B.T. or CC, each.
Horse blankets, No. 1, perdoz. pairs.
Neats' foot oil, per gallon.
Frazer's axle grease, per doz. (6 case
IRON AND STEEL.
Bar steel, per lb.
Bar iron, per lb.
Norway iron, per lb.
LUMBER AND SHINGLES.
Northwest lumber, rough per M feet.
Northwest timebr, per M feet.
Northwest battens, per M feet.
Redwood posts, each (7 feet).
Cut nails, per keg, iron, Sd, lOd, 12d,
20d, SOd, 40d, 60d.
Wire nails, per keg, Cd, Sd, lOd.
Galvanized nails, per keg, Sd, lOd, 12d,
20d, 30d, 40d, COd.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, 4-in., 5-in.,
LUBRICATING AND MACHINE OIL.
(Per gallon, barrel lots.)
Cylinder oil '-600W".
Lard oil, No. 1.
Mineral castor oil.
POWDER AND FUSE.
Black blasting, per 25-lb. drum, 23
Giant No. 1, 50-lb. case (5 case lots).
Giant No. 2 50-lb. case (5 case lots).
Giant powder caps, per doz. boxes.
Fuse, double tape, per 1000 feet.
TOOLS AND HARDWARE.
Shovels, Ames' scoop, No. 3, per dozen.
Shovels, Ames' L. H., per dozen.
Shovels, Ames' D, per dozen.
Handles for same, "Scoop" per doz.,
"L. H." per doz., 4,D." per doz.
Picks, "Hunts," per doz.
Picks, "Iron City," per doz.
Handles for same, "Hunts" per doz.,
"Iron City" per doz.
Mattocks, "Iron City," per doz.
Handles for same, per doz.
Ax handles, per doz.
Planters' hoes, per doz.
Handles for the same, per doz.
Hammers, "sledge," per lb.
Hammers, "stone," per lb.
Handles for the same, "sledge" per
doz., "stone" per doz.
Stone picks, per doz.
Files, fiat basted, per doz., 12-in., 14-
in., and 16-in.
Dandy brushes, best quality, per doz.
Crowbars, per lb.
Brooms, push, 14-in. glued back, etc.
Copper rivets, per lb.
Wheel-barrows, wooden tray, iron
Wheel-barrows, Iron tray, each.
Carriage bolts, per cent, off (price list
Machine bolts, per cent, off (price list
Lanterns, Dietz's tubular, No. O, per
Globes for same, red, per doz.
Office: 15 Kaahumanu Street.
99 9((?9990(B03 Q
Dynamo waste, per lb.
Coal tar, per bbl.
Manila rop?, per lb.
Sheet rubber packing, per lb.
Kerosene oil, 10 case lots (Brand), per
HAY AND GRAIN.
New Zealand oats, per lb.
California wheat hay. (large bale),
No. 1 rolled barley, per lb.
No. 1 surprise oats, per lb.
Wheat bran, per lb.
Oat hay, per lb.
Samples of Grain to accompany each
Bids must be in accordance with the
above schedule and must be endorsed
"Tenders of Supplies, Honolulu
Roads," and all supplies must be de
livered at the point required within
one mile of the Postoffice, free of
charge and are subject to the Road
Bonds will be required in such
reasonable sum as may be named by
the Minister, for the furnishing in ac
cordance with the tender of such items
in "the schedulers may be approved
by the Minister, and notified to the
bidder, but the Minister of the Interior
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of -the Interior ad interim.
Interior Office, May 5, 1S99.
Will be received at the Office of the
Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Monday, May 15th, 1S99, for
bridge lumber and iron work to be de
livered at Hana, Maui.
Specifications at office of Supt. of
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
S. M. DAMON.
Minister of the Interior Ad Interim.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LOT NO. 44, ESPLANADE, HO
On Monday, June 5th, 1899, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
the Executive Building, will be sold at
Public Auction . the lease of Govern
ment Lot No. 44, Esplanade, Honolulu,
Term 30 Years.
Upset Rental $400 per Annum, pay
able quarterly in Advance.
This sale is upon the conditions pro
vided for in Sections 2 and 4, of Act
7, of the Laws of 189G, viz:
Section 2. Every such lease shall
contain a covenant on the part of the
lessee that he shall during the first
four years of the term of the lease,
cause to be erected upon the leased
property a fire proof building of brick,
stone or metal, in a workmanlike man
ner, satisfactory to the Minister at not
less than a stated cost, and shall keep
the same suitably insured at not less
than two-thirds of its value, for the
T. Q. BALLENTVNE. H. P. FAiffl
ST0CK6 FOR SALE!
WAIALUA AMERICAN SUGAR CO.,.
(Assessable and Paid Up.) KlHEl
BALLENTYNE & EAKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS;
MclNERNY BLOCK, FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
Another big shipment of 100 tons has arrived for
Mathews Furniture Store.
Everything must be sold at Bargain Prices to make room for this n&yr
shipment. Tremendous reductions in wire and wool mattresses; Bedroom Ses, N
pieces, from $20 up; Chairs reduced to 60 cents; Pillows from 50 cents ip
Bedsteads, wire cots, canvas cots, hammocks almost given away.
Baby Carriages in great variety, also Baby Chairs and Rockers.
Come and see how we slaughter prices.
Lt. S. MATHEWS &
benefit of the lessor; ana swu
such building in good repair during:
the' remainder of the term of tha lsass,
reasonable use and wear thereof cnF
excepted, nd in case of damans czr
destruction of such building by SrE
shall make good such loss or damage
by the necessary repairs or reconstruc
tion, or else surrender the insurance
to the lessor.
Section 4. Every such lease ehall
also contain a covenant on the part of
the lessor that upon the request is
writing of the lessee or his represen
tatives, before the expiration of t2r
term thereof, the premises, TeiZh.
the improvements, shall, if all the con
ditions to be performed by the leases
have been satisfactorily performed Xhs
put up at auction for a lease lor a
term of not over twenty years, unless
said premises shall be required far'
public uses, of which the lessee snaJ
receive at least one year's noaca.
Such auction sale shall he held not
more than six months nor less thac
one month before the expiration
The cost of building to be ereetefi,
in accordance with Section 2, as abare
to cost not less than $5000.
The material to bo used for the erec
tion of said building to he of brfei r
Map of this lot can he seen st tha-
Interior Department, Honolulu, Oahst
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of the Interior Ad interisL
Interior Office, May 4th, 1809.
Digging or taking sand from makaiL
side of Ala Moana Road (Beach Road)
Is strictly prohibited. Any person or
persons caught in the act, will be pro
secuted to the full extent of the Irfrwv.
W. II. CUMMINGS,
5221 Road Supervisor Honolulu-
THE BREW OF OLYMPUS-
THE "HOFFMAN," corner of Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, claims to ba the
"Banner" resort for gentlemen and
holds the flag. L. II. Dee, the pro
prietor, has attained success in
line, by specially and personally super
vising everything connected with his
establishment. He now Introduces to
his patrons "Olympia Beer." Thi3 brevr
is from the "Capital Brewing Co." of
Olympia, the capital of the State o2"
Washington, and was received by th
"Garonne." Mr. Schmitt, the leading,
spirit of this corporation, is a practical
Chemist and. Brewer, and after yeaxa
of search and investigation located Ma
plant at Olympia, on account of th
peculiar virtues of the water of tha
Turn Falls, a stream that is noted 3or
its distinctive qualities of clearness,
coldness and lack of mineral and de
caying vegetable impurities. Pure beer
can only be made with pure water, an:
Turn water is traditional in Washing
ton with the Indians and original -whit
settlers. The "Olymphia Draught" is
under the special control and agency
of Mr. Dee and he invites his patrons
and friends to a personal test an3 la
willing to abide by their judgment era
!the merits of his latest venture.
SON, Furniture Dealers.
26 Beretania St., near Fort "st
P. 0. Box 365
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