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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU 11 I., WEDNESDAY, DEOBMUBU 10, lSOt).
The wondeiful antiseptic and disinfectant.
Bubonic, or the Black Plague, is contracted through the
blond from cuts or abrasions of the skin, or is taken through
the respiratory organs by inhaling.
This preventative, Electrozone, can be applied externally,
or can be used as a mouth wash, thus absolutely preventing
the formation of the deadly bacilli. For regular disinfectants,
which are always necessary, we have CHLOROZONB,
PUR1FINB, CHLORIDES, and the commonly
known CHLORIDE OF LIME.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
We Are Still Moving
We have torn one warehouse down and are clearing the goods out of
nnotlier as fast as we can.
Our moving sale last week on Ulcycle Lamps was a great success, we
hate cleaned out all the stock of lamps that we put aside for special sale.
We are now going to offer a limited number of Bicycles at lower prices
than ever offered before so that we will not have to move them to our new
Columbia Chainless Bicycles $75.00
Columbia Chain Bicycles 55-oo
Hartford Chain Bicycles 40.00
Vedette Chain Bicycles 30.00
This offer only applys to our present stock which we do not wish to
ha e to move, when they are gone prices will go back to the sameas In the
past. This Is your chance to get a valuable Christmas present, one that
will be appreciated.
If you are looking for JUVENILE WHEELS for the little folks just
bear In mind that we have a good stock and can suit you.
We rent Chainless Columbia by the day week or month.
I 0, HAiT&lON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia find llamblcr Agonts.
For children, too old for toys;
a nice water color set wnn
book of pictures to be colored
would make a suitable present
for Xmas. We have two styles
of books and a number of
kinds of water color sets rang
ing in price from 10c. to $.2$
110 Hotel Street.
Orenfng with the whimsical sketch en
MILLINER reoM PARIS.
!43 POST ST.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
A Big Feature,
LILIAN F. SMI IH
The Champion Rifle Shot of the World
Assisted cy r-iANK.u. ami in.
Exhibiting Their Championship Feats of
Kapld and Scientific snooting.
The Ariel Artist 1
Performing Feats of Strength on the
Assisted by ills Daughter EDITH In an
"JUST FOR FUN."
LA PETITE R?ALTOf
JULIUS H. RIALTO,
In; Serpentine Electrical Terpslchorean
In preparation Big Production of the
World Famnl "inedv In a acts.
"SAM'L O? POSEN"
Representing MR. ..1! B. CURTIS in the
title role as played by him In the
leading theatres of the Globe The
most elaborate and expensive attrac
tions theOrpheum has ever played.
-Change of Program Alondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
a: jo p. m.
General AJmltsIon. ajc nnj 50c.
last six ros for children urUer 11 eari, 10c.
Reserve! Ctulr, 50c.
Seats can be booked by rlnclnc up Telephone 540.
The World Register
Koopa tho Coal 1 whllo you aro biuy.
Try ono o
On Maible andjTGranite,
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
H'dWn Iron Fence and Monnmcntal "Co.
641 King Street.
A Special Meeting of the MAUI FISH
ERY COMPANY will be held at the of
fice of E. H. Bailey (Custom House)
Kahulul, at 10 a. m. MONDAY, Dec
ember 18th, 1899. Important business
will be transacted.
Per Order W. T. ROBINSON,
Wfilluku, Maul, Dec. 2, 1899.
fl5S'tJi In (in column nillbt InitrliJ jIi
W'kS. allntlril Innrll-m; 10 etitli ttecnJ imtt
hen) ioeirtit weik nd $o ttr.ll a vno'lb. Ihnil Iti
ittJtiU.turtutnfcrir (iffirtJ Ibtficll of Honolulu.
COM SALE aro live fat Turkeys anJ 3llt fat
1 Nonsteri, rcaJv to be dtllvereJ In any part ol
Ihe city. , J. N, WRIGHT,
Ttleplione 851. tjoiav
lianJ plinlon. 1
t:OR SALE CIICAI'i 1 e;onJ
fConJhani con. tc
Aprly to l! l. VIDA at Union fee.
PR SALH-CiooJ Ml I Ing Cns anJ Hellers,
also ccntle horsei, milk wieoin anJ milk
lans. Arr'y " A. A
POR SALE-LANDS IN ALL
I CITY. HyJ. M.ViVAS.
PARTS OP THE
nOR SAIF-HEAUTirUL HOME IN
1 VALLEY. AJJresIiox?n. P O.
POR SALE A new COTTAGE of elcht rooms anJ
bath; grounds nicely lalJ out; stable anJ out
etc una corner lot. x tit
All on College street. Tnr further particulars
rrly to W. irt. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
Oneiotfsx tit; atcr laM on; ormmental trees,
WANTEU-A I IVB OR SIX-ROOM COTTAGE
close to the business centre. AJJre-s C. U.
I e Munon. of the Le Munyon PhotoSuppl Co.
WANTED-POSITION of any'klnJ byouns:
man wlih foureirs experience bookkeeping
AJJress J. A. care of llULLEl IN oftice lci
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; mnjerate rates. MR. MUM care People's
Express Co . or General DelKerv. I1 O. noi-tf
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a jtooi Jiranese
Cook hiving long experience. AJJress "OKA,"
P. O. Hot 8?i. ijirS
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTLD for
ireneral housework ani care nfehllJren. Kefor-
ences require J Apply G. AV, Bulletin office 119
ANTED jooMentngetshaveJ for 15c (white
VV barbeni. II. JFJ PS. Ar.U n.rl lrl. nrn.
Club Stables tioo-tf
I OST Silk Umbrelt-. putple lln'ng, at llolllster's
s- or Lewis & Co Riturn this office. mo-it
LOST A Package containing GolJ Necklet ana
Dracelett. RewarJnlth- HUI Ll.TIN olltce
TO LET New Collages at Punshou, nearl com
pletrJ. reaJy to occupy January tst, 1900.
Several Cottages on Kings not far from town on
ARtslJenceat Waiklkl on the beach. Immediate
possession gK en. Apply to
No. ito Port street.
pURNISIIFD ROOM-Only $6 a monih. Private
family, 66 VlreysrJ sttect, J doors Queen Hotel
LET furnished Room. Imulre
street, opposite Emms Square
THE ALOHA ROOMINO HOUSE. Fort St.
rooms and attendance In clt 1
David A. Dowsett, Est., has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands. ALEX. YOUNG,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 12, 1899. iJoi-3t
Headquarters First Regiment, National
Guard of Hawaii, Honolulu, H. I.,
Dec. 13, 1899.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS NO. 98.
The First Regiment, N. G. H is here
by ordered to assemble at the Drill Shed
under arms forthw It.Ii.
By order of Col. Jones.
Capt. & Adj.
hot additional Shipping News s. savenlli pag.
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, Dec. 13
Temporntuio Morning minimum,
07; Miiltlny maximum, 81.
Barometer nt 0 n. in. 20.01, railing.
Dow Point CG P.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. C7 per cent.
Tuesday, Dec. 12.
Stmr. Mini lift Loa, Slincrson, from
Konn and Kim ports.
Wednesday, Dec. 13.
Dr. stmr. Carl bio City, Altken, from
San Diego, Nov. 23, consigned to Alox
nntler, Baldwin & Co.
Tuesday, Dec. 12.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, Hllo.
Stmr. tlpoltt, Hennlngacn, Koliala.
Schr. Dlancho and UUn, Dudolt, Iln
Schr. Knwnllanl, Sam, Koolau.
U. S. A. T. Warren, Hart, for Manila.
U. S. S. stmr. Pathfinder, Perkln ,
Tor Maul porta, per stmr. CUudlno,
balling December .:F. Baldwin, P. W.
Uwtrdslee, Mrs. J. Papain, H. W. Killer
anil tvirc, J. Hatcheong, ,Capt. J. II.
It.tmlicrry, J, J. Durmmond and daugh
ter, Tonll Hop and wife.
For Mnkowcll, per stmr. Mlkahala,
Hulling December .: Mr. Brown, S. II.
Comstock, P. day, A. Johnnnson, Mrs.
Scott, Miss Alice Weight, E. Powell
nnd wife, J. Thompson, II. P. Walton,
O. Miles, Mr. Graves, J. Lenuan, P.
For Nuwillwlll, per stmr. W. O. Hall,
sailing December .: H. Waterhouso
nnd wife, II. Isenbcrg. W. T. Lucas, II.
Holtz, II. Crabbe, J. J. Sllva, P. Miller
TARO FLOURISHES AGAIN
Pest Has Disappeared And Good Crops
Are How Assured.
Soil Had Been Impoverished Use of Fertilizer
in Ihe Patches Is SonulhlDg New Pro
vided by Dr. AYerdara.
Notice Is hereby given that the sixth
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO will be due and
payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop's &
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of
December. The shares upon w hlch any
assessment may remain unpaid after
thirty days from said date will be declar
ed delinquent. ' 'ZZ. , "2T"
CHAS. H. ATHERTON, -Secretary
H. R. T. h L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec 1, 1899. ngz-tf
Mr. W. Al. Glffard will act as Manager
of our Firm during the absence of Mr.
W. G. Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, December 8, 1899.
GET IT !
(Nine Different Views.)
AU 1U1NEEB AND
1: 33 Queen Stfeo
On MONDAY, Dec. 18th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolttlu, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order at Mr. Frank Hustaco, Trcusurtr
of tho Kamalo Sugar Co., tho following
certificates of stock hi tho Kumalo Su
gar Co., unless tho ilc-llnciiont assess
meat, with Interest thereon, Is paid be
fore tho day of sale.
Children's Books and
Toys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co.
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
Toin to Procession
AND GET IN
Tie Pai Wagon !
District Magistrate W. Luther Wll
clx, In addition to being tho best Ha
waiian Interpreter, a member of the bar
and n regular Solomon In dealing out
oven handed justice day by day and In
and out of season to all comers, Is tho
leading taro farmer and pol manufac
turer of tho land. Ho has extensive
fields nnd n factory or foundry In Ka
lltil nnd when pau with his duties ns a
shining light of tho bench, Journeys to
tho suburb nnd personally superintends
affairs of tho estate.
Judge Wilcox, as remarked In this
paper yesterday, gives tho Information
that tho prospects for good nnd steady
crops of tho tuber making tho chief
food supply of the natives and favored
by a largo proportion of tho foreigners,
is hotter than for many years past. Tho
Dlstilct Mnglstrato Is ono of tho first
tarmcis to recognize tho force and
timeliness of tho suggestion of tho
ngtlcultutal scientists employed by tho
government, tho planters and prlvata
corporations, that taro lauds should
receive fertilizers tho samo as sou used
for cane. Dr. Averdam, who Is In
clmrgo of tho works of tho Pacific
Qunno nnd Fertilizer Company mudo n
scries of Investigations somo months
ago nt tho time Dr. Walter Maxwell
and Prof. Albert Koebclo wcro work
ing upon tho discovery that a vege
table blight or nn Insect had visited tho
taro patches. Dr. Maxwell said at once
that tho chief troublo was Impoverish
ment of tho soil by constant use, no In
tervals for lest or recuperation hnvlng
been allowed. It was mentioned,
among other points that but for tho
.act of surface water naturally doing
some fertilizing, tho earth would hnvo
failed long ago to respond. Prof. Koe
bclo hunted out tho noxious Insect nnd
placed nn enemy nt work, but tho
"counter Irritant" was slow.
Dr. Averdam went at tho problem In
dead earnest nnd In a short tlmo had
nado up n fertilizer which ho recom
mended nnd which has been used with
such result that, according to Judgo
Wilcox In many patches the yield of ta
ro has been doubled. Judgo Wilcox
says that ho has used the common fer
tilizers of various sorts In conncctlton
with that provided by Dr. Averdam
and that results havo been noted nt
once. Tho work of Dr. Averdam In
this connection has been of signal scr
vlco to tho country. At ono time, not
many months ago, there were tho grav
est fears that permanent Injury had
been douo to tho taro and that years
would elapso beforo a supply would
again bo available Judgo Wilcox Bays
for ono thing tho farmers generally
nvist adopt tho plan of exchanging
plants. Ho finds that this departure
always shows Immediate nnd satis
Pol In largo quantities Is used at the
Moloknl settlements, at tho prisons, in
of a public nature In largo quantities
wnllans' Home and other institutions
of npubllc nature In largo quantities
and Is in domand at hotels and restau
rants. Thero is never enough of the
taro flour to supply the orders for hos
pitals and sanitariums abioad.' It is
believed that with tho uso of fertilizers
and improved methods of cultivation
suggested by men making careful in
vestigations taro can bo produced in
amplo quantities to meet nil require
For sale on account of whom it may
concern. Cases of oranges and bana
nas on tho Inter-Island B, S. Co.'s
60 497...... 60
10 102 10
10 lOI.i.... 10
10 41G 10
10 417 C I
25 89 25
GO 431 25 J
23 G01 10
GO 420 ..... 60
GO 42S GO
50 CGG G
60 24 25 "
25 29 25
100 10G 25
25 13G 25
25 274 25
GO GG0 G
5 ' CG2 G
G GG4 G
25 445 109
G) C07 60
JAMES F. MORGAN,
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rntcs, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from G to 8 o'clock u. m. and from
4 to G o'clock p. in.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 189.
Election o? Trustees.
The Annual Meeting of the members of
the HONOLULU LIBRARY & READ
ING ROOM ASSOCIATION will be
held at their rooms next FRIDAY, the
15U1 Inst, at 7:30 P. m.
H. A. PARMtLEE,'
"Honolulu Snap Shots."
A handy souvenir of 32 Views of
modern Honolulu, put tip In envelope and
stamped, to mall In any part of Postal
Union, for 50 cents. For sale at
Thrum's, Golden Rule Bazaar, Hawa'lan
New Co.'s, Woman's Exchange, Hawai
ian Bazaar, Lc Munyon's, and Wall,
N holsCc..'; 1384-tf
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving thetr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Cice, Telephone 256. ft ,
Pacific Import Co,
Special Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we received a large shipment of
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the
manufacturers. Better values will never be offered again.
NOW is the time to make your selection :
SO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00
By steamer Australia we received the newest novelties in
Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear, a complete
stock of Ribbons, Dress Skirts, and many other novelties.
!We received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
WKFtKW Hk . Mr. W W.ntthnt ti.lll n-r fnr m. nn.l.i
M-y incuuiiciinciassiucsusaas. Ke- full power of attorney. I A fe wharf, Fort street.
Mi' ' '' suit small advertisers get a square V. G. IRWIN. ' xl N
' ileal. 1 1..1.. iv... u .e.. ,o..... I AGy Iv"-.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
M- J iiuiiuiium, -rk. t, IHV7. i jy() V TMI W fH.