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'J HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, NOVEMBER 18, 1899.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.Ij.C.Alklnson and Albert F.Jmld.Jr.)
Counsellors at Law.
OUleooor liiMiui iV Co. ' Bunk, cor.
Kaamimatiu nml Morthant streeta.
T. McOANTS STEWART,
Oouupcllor at Law.
Vo(tre' lllnok.opp ltoCathollo Church
Fort street. Honolulu. II. I.
jS2 Telephono 1122
i i i
TjtBDEKIOlf W. Hankey,
Attornoy- at -Law.
IIS MorcbAot stroot, opp. Bishop's Bank
Honolulu, II. I.
OILFERT F. LITTLE,
UTJ8HEY AT LW.
CHARLES F. PETERSON!
A-ttorney at Law and
THN L. KAULUKOU,
bethel St., Honolulu.
TV. 0. Aciii. Ksocii Johnson.
Aitovnoys and Counsolors
Gsflco No. lOWost Kinghtrtot.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
dAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
i,R JENNIE L. HILDEBRAN0.
HnH romoved from Tort Mroot. I
OFFICE, 512 Beretanla ttreot, two
tonus othor Hide of Alttpal. '
HOURS, It to 12 a. m.; 1 to I p. m.
OR WALTER HOFFMANN.
3KRKTANIA STRE1TTS, (onposlto tho
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; i :o 3
j m. 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 11
an. Tclephono SlO. P.O. Box 601.
OrTA. GORDON H0DGINS.
?.iCK AND RKSIDENOE, GEDGE
COITAOIC, cornor Hotel and Richard
tracts. Offlco Hours: 0 to It; 2 to
4.-"P. Tob'PlioiiB O. 1245
KTNG ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours: 9-10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.ni.j
lundays, 12-2 p m.
Jclophopo 7-L i107-11!1-
VETERINARY SURGEON. 1
Skin Dlecaf.es of all kinds a specialty.
Offlco Room II, Sprecklos Uulldlng.
Hours 0 to I 1
Telephono 471. Rosldeneo tolophono
1093. : 1245
DR. 1. MORI,
136 Beretanla street, between Emma (
and Fort streets.
Telephone- 277. P. O. Box 813.
Offlco Hours: 9 to 12 a. in. and 7 to 8 ,
l. m.: Sundays, 9 to 12 a. m. 1229 1
DR. T. MITAMTJRA,
Joasnltlog Rooms. 427 Honanu Street. '
Telephono 132. P. O. Box 842. I
Residence, 524 Nuuanu St.
Hmirs: 9 to 12 n. in. and 7 to 9 P. III.
Sundays, 2 to 0 p. m. 1212 6m
Hawaiian Morlinina T.n
UUHUUU11 1UUU1U1UU UU,,
LINCOLN BLOCK. KING STREET,'
(Up Stairs). !
THE BEST THING FOR THAT!
COUGH Is our Paukumi Cough Medicine.
Porisale by the Honolulu Drug Store, and j
tour office. '
Now Love's Building, Fort Stroot.
'I he second assessment, 50 cents per
share, on Olaa Sugar Co. Assessable Stock,
wllllbe DELINQUENT November 30th-,
and third assessment, 50 cents per share,
Jjnnwdue and navable, at the office of
Alexander & Baldwin.
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co,
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1899. 1375
NOTICH TO CORPORATIONS.
In conformity with Section 202 c(
tlm Civil Coilo, nil Corporations lire
hereby notified to inako a full anil ac
curate exhibit of tho stnto of their it
fairs for tho year ending Deccnic-fr SI
1899, such exhibit to bo filed In the in
tcijor Department on or befoie the
31st ilay of Januaiy, 1900.
Blanks for this purpose will Im fur
nlshcd upon application to tho Interior
Upon failure of any corporation to
present tho exhibit within tho tlmo re
quired, tho Minister of tho Interior
will, cither himself or by ono or more
commissioners appointed by him, call
for tho production of tho books and
papers of tho corporation and examine
Its ofllccrs touching tho nffalrs, under
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel lor Office, November 11, 181)9.
NOTlCi: TO FIIUIT IMPORTERS.
Owing to a pest discovered by tho
Government Entomologist, Prof. A.
Kocbcle, called the Mediterranean fly,
and which is doing much dnmago to
tho fruits In tho Australian colonics
and South Sea Islands, notlco Is hercb
Riven by tho Board of Agriculture and
Forestry that tho Importation of
fruits from tho Australian colonics
and tho South Sea Islands Is strictly
Secretary and Commissioner of Agri
culture. Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1899.
1 370-1 m
lloldeis of water privileges, or thoso
paying water lates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation tmrnoses
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
1 to G o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 189.
Jolin OuJerklrk, Esq., has this day
been appointed Road Supervisor for the
District of Kona, Island of Oahu, vice V.
H. dimming?, resigned.
Minister of the Interior
Interior Office, Nov. 15, 1899. U78-3t
One 24x48 in. -Rollti
Sugar Mill, with Engine anr
One 24x48 in. 2-Rolle
Sugar iill, with Engine an.
These Mills are in firs'
class condition and will L
sold separately, or as a $
Roller Plant with cane an
trash carriers complete.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614 & 618 Fort St. , near Hotel.
M4 FORT ST.,
-Ntar corner of Chaplain L11
Cltanlng and Repairing al Snort Notica,
na in ma Mpo.tiDieaannac.
O. A. GROTK,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR ,
Clothes mado to order at a roasouabt,
cost. Clothes cloaued, repaired aid
dyed. First-class work guaranteed. !
O. box 280. Union street, Honoln.c;
Ki.hcnox w oiFieinw.
At a Special Meeting of tho' stock
holders of tho Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company, Ltd,, hold thiH day
tho following OilU-era and Director ii
fill vacancies, woro elected to servo fc
the unexpired torin.
JOHN ENA, I'rosldont, vice W.
I JAMES U McLEAN, Vice-PrcaldcBi
vice J. Eua elected President.
I NORMAN 15. GEDt.E, Troasuie;
vice J. L. McLean elected Vioo-Pre-
W. II. GODFItEY, Director.
NOHMAN E. OEDGE.
Honolulu, H. I., Nov. 1.1th, 1899,
Of the Open Door
Washington, Nov. 8. Otllclnls hero
aro ut a loss to know what wad mount
liy tho mystcrlouM London dispatch
relating to Anglo-American Chtncao
relations of such a startling charactor
that tho news could not be published.
The Government la not averao to hav
ing It known broadly that It Uta been
steadily engaged In negotiations for
months looking to tho maintenance of
whatever trado rights wo now enjoy
In Chinese- ports. The Chinese Gov
ernment, through Minister W11 Ting
Fung, Is keeping n watchful eyo on
tho recent developments relating to
China. Within tho last few days ho
saw Sccietary Hay with a view to
learning to what oxtont tho United
States had acted. Tho response of tho
Secretary of State Is said to have been
qutto full and frank, and to the circ.-t
that at tho request of tho President our
Ambassadors and Ministers nbioad
had been asked to secure Icllulle as
surances that thcro should bo no In
terruption to tho access of American
trado nnd commerce to tho Interior of
China through tho treaty ports. Such
assurances had been given from timo
to time, In somewhat informal manner,
as parts of tho manifestos by which
control of ports on tho China eo.uil,
but tho put pose of this request was to
havo tho assurances tnko dcflr.lt". tan
gible, written form, so H3 tJ leave no
room for doubt that tho fiituio coin
merco In tho Orient would meet no 111.
It can bo stated, positively, that tho
recent move of tho United States waa
not the result of any underElnndlng cr
ngrecment with tho Chlneao Mlulstciil
and so far as Is known here. tlm Chin
eso authorities were not ronsultH.
Whether It would bo "Oijoidpl fax jr
ably by China depends, In tho Judg
ment of Minister Wu, nn snlieqicnt
Thoso best acquainted wi.h the (sub
ject hold that Great llrlta.n. Germany
and Russia will coincide with the
American vle.v and thai, if no oli'cctlo'i
cornea it Is likely to nrhu- In Franco,
as French policy in Atn 1 igr.sra: and
Cochin China is to give di.iri iiuln.itlo..
against foreign goods Viui tills It la
Implied that Franco will no vivo a
written assurance that A11101 ir-.-m rm
mercc will bo on iqual tmiM in t!i
parts of China whew Frvnch fiphous
of Influcnco prevail.
DEI'DW ON THE ELECTION:.
New Y01 k, Nov, 8. Chauncey .M. Do
pew was asked for his vleivd on the
election. "I regard this election as an
Indorsement of President McKluIey'M
administration," ho said. "It proves
that tho American peoplo hao absolute
confidence In him. To my mind, nnd I
nm not speaking Idly, It uettles the
question beyond doubt of the next
Presidency. I bellovo that It meant
that Mr. McKInley will bo the nominee
of tho Republican party and that Mr.
Bryan will ngaln securo tho Democratic
HOEUS VIOLATE AN ARMISTICE.
London, Nov. 8. According to bpe
clal dispatches from Estcouir, tho
Ilocra on Thursday asked .1 da.'s ar
mistice. General Whlto agreed to
tills on condition that they would make
no movement. Tho British military
balloon, howovcr, detected Boera
massing to tho south and General
Whlto thereupon renewed tin uttack.
"DEED3 ARE FRUITS,
Words nro but leaves." It la not what
wo say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla
does that tells tho story. The many
wonderful cures effected by tMs medl
ctno aro tho fruits by which It should
bo judged. Thcso prove it to bo tho
great, unequalled remedy for clyspop
sla, rheumatism, scrofula, Bait rheum,
catarrh nnd all othor ailments duo to
lmpuro or Impoverished blood.
Hood's Pills nro non-lrrllatlng, mild,
FRANCE MUST DE RECOQNIZED.
Now York, Nov. 8. A Sun cablo fuiin
Pnrls says: It Is confirmed that tlus-
slan warships have been ordered to Join
tho French Eastern squadron for tho
purpose of compelling recognition of
French rights In China.
Tho over popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word nnd "will
you havo n glass of Seattle," Is more
often heard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Snloon has the beer on tap or
Horses clipped In a humane manner
at the Club Stables.
Tho uso of tho Singor In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of theso Ideal sewing machines.
It is convincing proof that tho Singer
oxccls in nil kinds of family sewing
and art ncedlo work. All our sewing
machines aro of tho best construction,
beautlfu ly decorated, and aro mounted
on slcccted woods In finely flnlshod
cabinets of artistic designs. B. Ber-
gorsen, agent, 1CVS Bothol street,
FILIPINO HRAS8 BULLUT6.
New York, Nov. 9. The Press says:
Brass bullets nro being used by tho
Filipinos against the Americans. That
fact was dlscoveicd when n bullet with
a hras3 casing was extracted from tho
leg of a soldier at tho Polyclinic hos
pital recently. Ho Is now nt Governors
Island, being nursed back to health.
Tho patient Is Lieut. Joseph L. Dono
van, formerly of tho Cflth Regiment.
He went to the Philippines ns a regular
and was wounded In tho leg. Being
joung and strong and healthy ho will
not (lie. Tho surgeons found the trou
ble In the shapo of a largo bullet, brass
encased, In his leg. Nature had saved
Donovan's llfo by encysting It. Hnd
It not been for tho poison proof cyst
that Burroundcd tho bullet, Donovan
would havo died long ago, the surgeons
' Now York, 'Nov. C A special to tho
Herald from Washington says:
"Wo shall never be ablo to make any
thing out of the Sulu group and they
will provo a crltablo whlto elephant.
If wo could oxchango them with Hol
land for tho Island of Curacoa In the
Caribbean for n consideration, wo
should bo fortunato and It would also
securo us n good neighbor in the Phil
ippines." Thcso aro the conclusions of Lieut.
Nlblack, now on the battleship Ore
gon, In an article which appears in the
procecdlnga of tho Unltod States Na
val Institute, a public action which has
tho official sanction of tho Navy De
partment "As for tho Sulu group," Lieut. Nlb
lack observes, "tho Spanish havo never
been ablo to collect nny rovenues nnd
their occupation has only been effec
tive In tho last few years. Wo shall be
obliged to potlco tho Islands by meani
of gunboats. Tho Dutch havo n talent
for handling thcso East Indies people
nnd besides, have natlvo troops and
It Is evident from Lieut. Niblack'i!
Information that It Agulnaldo and his
followers nro driven much further
north by tho American troops ho will
meet with little sympathy and may
havo to suffer from tho enmity of tho
tribes occupying that section of Lu
zon. The northern portion of Luzon, ho
says, tut oft as It Is from tho central
by high ranges of mountains, is peo
pled by numerous tribes of mixed races
who aro not at all friendly by nny
means, cither with ono another or with
CAPACITY OF 81 BAMTURHINCS
Now York, Nov, 4. A Sun cable
from London says: Charles A. Par
sons' presidential nddrosj to tho Insti
tution of Junior Engineers referred to
tho potentialities of steam turbines.
He descrlbod tho Viper and a similar
vessel In course of construction of up
pi oxlmately tho same dimensions uu
tho present thirty-knot torpedo boat
destroyers, but' with boilers only 12
per cent larger to rcallzo tho usual con
ditions, and upward of 10,000 horse
power against C500 with reciprocating
engines and an estimated speed astern
of fifteen nnd a half and ahead of thlr-ty-flvd
In preliminary tilals tho second c-i-scl
has alroady achieved upward of
thirty-two knots. With tho turbine
system across tho channel, a boat 270
feet long, 33 feet benm, 8& foot draught
and 1000 tons displacement could be
constructed for GOO passengers with
machinery developing 18,000 horso
powcr and thirty knots, against nine
teen nnd twonty-two knots of the pres
ent boats of similar size and accom
modation. I'm sons then pictured tho special un
armored crulsors or sort of magnified
destroyer, 420 feet long, 42 feet beam,
with it maximum draft of 11 feet, dis
placement of 2800 tons and an indicated
horse power of 80,000, having eight
piopellers nlno feet in diameter to
make about 400 revolutions a minute
nnd produco a speed of forty-four
knots. In Atlantic liners and largo
cruisers tho weight of machinery would
bo reduced nnd less fuel used. There
would bo no notlceablo vibration at
THE KAFFIR'S WIVES.
Tho aborlgnes of this vast country
weio black men tho Knfflrs. They
havo lost dominion of tho country and
are but serfs to tho burghors or rlti
zens. Tho Kafllr is a day laborer and
reckons bia wealth In tho number of
heads of cattle ho may bo ablo to ac
quire. Ho works for a couplo of yoarp
until ho can get cloven oxen ,or cows.
Then he hies himself to tho Zululaud
on the east or to other couutrler con
trolled by black men, and thoro buys
himself a wifo. Ten cows Is tho price
of a wifo. Tho eleventh Is killed for
tho wedding feast. Tho Kaffir remains
a fow months with his wife, then off
to the mines ho goes to earn tho price
of another. When ho powesses half n
dozen wives tho Kaffir's menial toll Is
over and ho becomes a gentleman. Ills
wives plant tho mealy (corn), and look
after, what cattle their lord and master
owns. With a kraal full of daughters
tho Kafllr must becomo a -rich and Im
portant person. Tho daughter of a
chief costs twenty-five cows and tho
daughter ot n king sixty, no matter
how old or ugly. The chiefs are severe
ly strict In their watchfulness oyer tho
morals of the Kaffirs. If ono is found
guilty ot dishonesty he Id fined ho
many oxen. Tho Kamr is said to do
hotter In his original atalo than whon
contaminated with wht they call civi
lization. Interview In tho Columbia
"ORASP1 ALL AND LOSE ALL."
Many peoplo are so Intent ou ''grasp
ing all" that they lose strength ot
nerves, appetlto, digestion, health.
Fortunately, however, theso may be
restored by taking Hood's B.irunperllla,
which has put many a bu?u.es? man
on tho road .to success by giving him
good digestion, strong nerves and a
clear brain. It does tho samo thing for
weak and tired women.
Hood's Pll b cure sick hc.idacho, In
TI1K BANK OF HAWAII. LU.
( Incorporated Under th b Laws 1
(op-the Hawaiian HtPUBLtc. j
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
CitAB. M. Cookk, I'rosldont.
P. O. Jonks, Vice-President
O. H. Cooke, Cashier.
F C. AniKnTON, Assistant Cashier.
Honry Wator house,
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. I). Tennoy,
J. A. McCandlosa.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully nnd promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Soil and purchase Foreign
Exchange, lssuo lotto rs of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT J
Ordinary and Tor in Do posits rocolvod,
and Interost allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, conies of which mny bo had upon
O. Q. TRAP11ACJEN,
223 Merchant St',, Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakca,
Telephone : : : 734
C.A.Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suit j, MoJel Block, - HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I.
P. O. Box 101. T lephona 089.
H. U KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
t Rooms ii-it,
OF ALL KINDS.
Doalors in Lumber and Ooal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen stroot, Honolulu.
F. W. THRUM,
300M NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work n Specialty.
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
M Am. Soc. C. E.
300 Judd Block. Tele. 033.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting aud Suporlntondlnc
Electrical 0 Hydraulic
Electro-Hydraulic I'owor Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queon stroot.
Office noxt to Postofllce. 1223
Fop the Plumbing
On that new liouso that you nro
aliout to build or tbn nllornlious
you nro iutcuding to mako nu
your prnpnrty. Gall nnd eoo mo
and got an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber.
Shop: Rsrotanla street. 4 doors east
of Punchbowl. Phono 814.
Hour 7 a, m. to C p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Spanton & Lund,
30s King St., near Alakea, Honolulu.
Tinting, Graining, Clailng anlSlpii.
ii Eillmatei Clvtn.
The World Register
Keeps tho Cash whllo you are busy.
ITry one o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
H'dW'n Iron Fence and, Monnmental Co.
M King Birwt.
Mutual Telephone Co.. Ltd.
A DIVIDEND HAS BEEN DECLAR
ed and will be payable at the office of the
Company, on Merchant street, on and
after the 2oth Instant.
1377'tw Acting Treasurer.
Cladu 8rRBCRBL8. Vm. O. lawn
ionoiuiu .... at, i.
San Francxico Agenlt'VixK Nevada
National Hank op San FnAncispo.
San FnANcisco Tho Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco
London Tho Union Bnnk of London.
New Yontc Amorlcnn Exchange Na
Chicago Morchants National Dank.
Paius Credit Lyonnals.
Beiilin Dresdnor Dank.
Honko.no and Yokohama nonkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zkaijind and Amrrairnii.
nt Nnw yaalnvwl
Viotokia and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Traisact a General Ba:EDgaidicliiieBMiE;
Depokts Received. Lo&m made on Ap
proved Security. CommercUl and Trave'eri
w:ui,b iDsuou. Din. OI ,ZCaBDgO DOUffl I
Collictiowb Phomftlt Aocochtbd For
mmm & .
RavlncTa TVntiAlB .n ..
recelvod and Interest allowed by thh
Bank at four and ono-half per oent.
per annum. Tho terms, rules and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo been adopted aa far at
It la nractlcabln in nnnl ,ii... ., .,
Cash Rosorvo of fSO.OOO as required un
der tho Portal Act will be maintained.
i iiuwju uoiuos or ino uules and Hon
ulationa may bo obtained on application
juonur a VV.
Transact a General Banking
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit issued, avail
bio in all the principal cities
f tho world.
Interest allowed after Jnh
1. 1898. OTl flvnl ,1nrw.aU Q
months 3 per cent., 0 months
uS yui uoiu., j.z months 4
Pioneer Bui'ding and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $116,803.38
a .!?., i0!1 aI,nrove' security
mentplan. '"'y ,n81""-
o ono'd6611"1 Srl0S f SUck la now
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, SoereUry.' 7'
a. v : Go.; a. w '?znsy- ?.e.
S21' Ji-STn Hmlih J- J" M'cLean, J.V.
.-.., v. ... UIWJI,
ror mruier particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
vmiT, uoura; l:3U i:3U p. m.
rje tohamB gpecie Bunk V
Paid lln ftinlt-il v
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
.Lord0n! Ljroni'' New York,
Ban Franolsoo, Shanghai. '
Bombay, Hong Kona, ,
Toklo " Nasasakl
Tho Bank lm. ..! ... ",5,,..
,i im . SZ."T "uu,"" lor ooueo
Uon Bills of Exchange, issues Drafta and
Letters of Credit on tho abovo Branches
and Agencies, and transacts a general
banking business. B"cmi
INTEREST ALLOWED j
Pw a"'i RP' t" months, par cent a
OnFlMdDepoaltforjBoa, , .
Ob Fli.il Dtpotlt lor la month.. )M 9r cm p. a.
my BepiMte BniltUig. liruia gL. Boutin
The . . .
' Cor. Alakea BalekanwUa Bti.
Has a large assortment of ,
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates given for htoae wir
ing and Eleetrioal plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty,