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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 4899.
The wonderful antiseptic and disinfectant.
Bubonic, or the Black Plague, is contracted through the
blond from cuts or abiasions of the bkin, 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,
PURIFINE, CHLORIDES, and the commonly
known CHLORIDE OF LIMB.
f rttck''''-'" "' '""' """' IntttltJ tllfttnU
Vfc m hntfirtt inttrtton: to unit ittoni inttu
tion; )o emit A ttk an J w ctnlt a month, ttit it ibt
eitifctl tJvtthit " efftrtJ Hiptolt of Honolulu.
J ANTED- i bny (o hlp In the tUke !ior. New
W EncUnl Uikery. moj-j!
WANTED-YounR mm (Hawaiian) Arply THE
MANUI ACT0ULRS SIIOB (lO uoi-ll
AJJrcs "Utter." thM nftic.
To purchase woni-hani Romlnj.
ton Tiretitor In cooj repair. GKe price
UANTED-A riVE OH SIX-ROOM COTTAOE
close to the hulnes centre. AJJress I., u.
Le Mimyon. of the LeMtinyon Photo-SutlyG.
UANTED-POSITION or any kind by youns
man with (ourjeir experience rookkcepine.
Aidtut J. A. care of BULLETIN office iww
RITINfi AND ACCOUNTINO DONE accurate
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Iji inuaciaia iic. pin. luvniiv.ic vi'
Express Co i or General Delivery, P. O. no-tf
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a cwJ Japanese
" Cnok havlne Ions experience. AWress'OKA,
Cook havlne Ions experience,
P. O. BOX 874.
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
v ireneral homework anJ care of children. Refer
ences required. Arply O. M Bulletin office i 6)
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
We Ape Still Movingz
We have torn one warehouse down .inJ are clearing the goods out of
another as fast ns w e can.
Our moving sale last week on Bicycle Lamps was a great success, we
have 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 Chalnless Bicycles 75-oo
Columbia Chain Bicycles 55-
Hartford Chain Bicycles... 40.00
Vedette Chain Bicycles 30.00
This offer only applys to our present stock which we do not w Ish to
have to move, when ijiey are gone prices will go back to the sameas In the
past. This Is your chance to get a valuable Christmas present, one tint,
will be appreciated.
If you arc looking for JUVENILE WHEELS for the little folks just
bear In mind that we have a gooJ stock and can suit you.
We rent Chalnless Columblas by the day week or month.
i E. 0. HALL & SON
Cor. Fort and Kincr Sts
Columbia aud Rambler Agonts.
WANTED jooMentoeeUhaveJ for isc (whit.
W barbers). II. JEITS. 6:oJ5 Fort street, opp.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page
COR SALE oo live fat Turkeys and )oo live fat
COR SALE CHEAP,
Rooier. reidv to to delivered In any part of
j. n. vrituiiii.
second-hind rtntton, i
' second-hand wagon, s second-hind buggy.
Apply to F H. IDA at Union Feed Co.
r-OR SALE GooJ Mllklntr Cows and Heifers.
r also gentle horses, . milk wagons and milk
cans, Apply to A. A.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
CITY. UyJ.M. VIVAS.
:OR SAIE-BEAUTirUL HOME IN NUUAMJ
VALLEY. Address Box 71). P.O. i7
PR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
bath: grounds nicely laid out: statu and out
One lot ts x is;; water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 7J x 115
All on (-.ouese street. 1 or runner pamcuurs
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at. the Tavorlte
Saloon. Hs ..
TO LET j New Cottages at Punahou, nearly com
pleted, ready to occupy January 1st, 1000.
Several Cottages on Kings not far from town on
A Residence at Walklkl on the beach. Immediate
possession rK en, Apply to
1 WILllAM SAVIDGE.
No. io I ott street.
CURMSHEDROOW-Only a month. Private
I f amllj , Ci Vlreyard st reet, doors Queen Hotel
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
1 rooms and attendance In city.
Thursday, Dec. 11.
Stmr. Maul, Wclsbarth, rrbm Huwall
w Ith Btock nnd 1E0 cords wood.
Stmr. Mntil, Mncdonald, from Itaiaa
lim. Stmr. Mokolll, Sachs, from Moloknl.
Stmr. Wnlalenle, Orccne, from Ka
lna: 015 bags rice, 11 pkgs sundries.
Am. sclir. Ecthel Zane, Holmstrora,
from 1'oit Townseml, Nov, 10, with
100,000 shingles and 085,928 feet of
lumber to Wilder & Co.
Thursday, Dec. 11.
Thursday, Dec. 14.
Stmr. l.clnm, Dower, Molokat (an
chored In ntiarantlne.)
Stmr. O. Hall, Thompson, Koloa,.
Br. stmr. Carlisle City, Altkcn. Yo
kohama. Schr. Mllle Morris, Sam, Koolutt (an
chored In quarantine.) .
Schr. Kiuilkcaoull, Kuakini, Kopaia
(nnchored In quarantine)
Stmr. Mokolll, Sachs, Molokul.
Friday, Dec. 15.
Stmr. Maun Lo.t, Slmcrson, for l.n
halnn, Mnnlnc, Kona, Kau and Vol
cano nt 10 n. m. (anchored In quar
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Nilhati, Thompson, for.Lahal
im and Knnnapalt at 4 p. m. (subject
to quaiantlnc regulations.)
From Knpaa, per stmr. Walalcalo,
Dee. 14. Mrs. Deerman, H. Blake.
AUC .OiNEER AND
-33 Queen Stree
Months at the
VIctoiInn, D. C, Dec.
GET IT !
(Nine DifTerent Views.)
Children's Books and
Toys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,,
Must Be Sold!
Linen Crash and
White Duck Suits.
HOP WO & CO.,
King, near Union Square.
Opening with the whimsical sketch en
A Big Feature,
LILIAN F. SMITH
The Champion Rifle Shot of the World
Assisted by FRANK C. SMITH.
Exhibiting Their Championship Feats of
Rapid and Sdentllic Shooting.
The Ariel Artist
Performing Feats of Strength nn the
Assisted by His Daughter EDITH In an
"iiiqt enn KiiM
JULIUS H. RIALTO,
Serpentine Electrical Terpslchorcan
Chamber of Commerce.
A special meeting of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce will be held at lis
rooms on Saturday (tomorrow), Dec. 16,
at 10 a. m. to consider the application of
Hoard of Health for assistance In main
taining the poorer residents of the quaran
tined district and to take steps toward the
quarantining of a wharf.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
140 j-it Secretary.
Tho holders of tuo Mannalcl Sugar
Co., Ltd., stock, hereunder described,
nro hereby notified that tho second and
third assessments of 10 per rent each,
on said stock Is duo nnd unpaid, nnd Is
If tho amount of said assessment
with Interest thereon is not paid on or
before Thursday, December 28th, nt 12
o'clock noon, at tho offices of Gear,,
Lansing & Co., Honolulu, tho said
shares will bo sold at Public Auction,
at the nbovo hour and date, at the
salesroom of Jns. r. Morgan, 33 Queen
street, Honolulu, as follows
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction, by
order of Mr. Frank Hustace, Treasmcr
of tho Kamalo Sugar Co., tho following'
certificates of stock v.x tho Kamalo S11-
gar Co., unless tho d(,llin;li2iit aeuess- J
ment, with Interest thereon, is paid be rr
foro tho day of sale. "
Special Meeting oi the
Medical Association -of
A special meeting of the Medical Asso
ciation of Hawaii Is called for Saturday
evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Pacific Club
for the purpose of discussing the present
situation. All members of the profession
are earnestly requested to be present Irre
spective of membership.
C. L GARVIN, M. D
Secretary M. A. 1 1
CHAS. U. COOPER, M. D
r.V3 p. m.
Program Mondays and
every Saturday, at
icral AJmtislon. e anJ or.
last llx rows for chll Jr.n under ta eari. lof .
Rtunti Chairs. 50c.
Seats can b booked by ringing up Telephone so
A Special Meeting of the MAUI FISH'
ERY COMPANY will be held at the of.
flee of E. H. Bailey (Custom House)
Kahulul, at 10 a. m. MONDAY, Dec
embrt 18th, 1899. Important business
will be transacted.
Per Order W.T.ROBINSON,
Wnlluku, Maul, Dec. 2, iByo.
Of the Genuine
Oceanic Gas & Electric J
H H H H-
m..T H B..
A. It. KOWAT,
(D. V. S.)
Ollice at the Club Stables.
I. X. L. Hack Stand
Board op health office,
Honolulu, December is, 1899-
Uy order of the Board of Health the fol
lowing district of the City of Honolulu is
placed In strict quarantine. All persons
a-e forbidden to either enter or leave the
same without a pass signed by Col. J. W.
Jones, commanding the First Regiment,
N. G. H.
The boundaries of the district quaran
tined are as follow: Beginning at a point
where the mauka line of Queen street
crosses Nuuanu street, thence up Nuuanu
street to Kukul street, including both sides
of Nuuanu street, thence by the center line
of Kukul street to the Walklkl bank or
Nuuanu stream, thence following said
bank of the stream to n line mauka of
King street bridge, thence across to Wal
klkl side of River street, thence along to
mauka line of Queen street, thence to
point of beginning.
HENRY E. COOPER,
I433t President Board ot Health.
3. Again No
vember has proven n disastrous month
for shipping off tho coast ot Vancouver
Island. Besides those provlously re
ported as having had narrow escapes
from destruction, two vessels met their
doom lu the terrible storms which
cntiscd so .much uneasiness last month.
Portunntcly, however, no lives were
lost, although tho survivors had ex
periences which few men pass thorugh
and Jlvo to tell.
Tho Ill-fated vessels wero the Peru
vian bark Llbertad, which left Plsagua
on August 25th with a cargo ot nitrate-
for tho Victoria Chemical Works,
and tho American schooner Hera, with
n general enrco from Seattle- for Hono
lulu. Tho Llbertad was abandoned In
n sinking condition forty-five miles
southwest of Capo Cook, nt H16 moit
northerly end of Vancouver Island,
nnd tho Hera was burned to tho wa
ter's edgo In Clayoquot sound.
Of tho two crows tho men of tho
Ltbcrtnd, nono ot whom can speak
English, had tho most terrible- experi
ence. Ior closo on two months they
took turns at working tho pumps, and
then, ns they wero getting farther
from land nnd tho water In tho vessel
was gaining on them, Captain Arena
decided to abandon tho ship. The
largest bpat on tho bark was dropped
from tho dnvltB, a sackful of bread was
thrown Into tho boat, and tho crew got
In, prepared to faco almost anything
In preference to further work nt the
London nnd the McssiijJc.
Ixmdon.Dcc. C Tho amount of
sparo dovoted hero to President McKIn-
ley's message to Congress evidences
tho widespread Interest In tho docu
ment. Tho afternoon papers. In long
editorials on tho subject, partlculnily
refer to tho currrency declarations
nnd solnco themselves with tho Idea
that tho good relations between tbo
United States and Great JJiitaln aro
so well known as to havo luqulicd
moro emphasis ns In tho casn of Oer
mnny, Tho Pall Mall Gnzetto sic3 in tho
messago nn unmlstakablo 1 uproot of
Mr. Chamberlain's Leicester speech.
Tho Globe thinks tho document la
weak lu higher statesmanship, and
that 011 foreign policy, us elsewhere,
it is tinctured with opportunism.
Tho Westminster Gazette, discuss
ing tho lefcrcnco to Canada, ,says:
"When discussing tho relations bo
tween Great Britain and tho United
States, It ought always to bo remem
bered that thero are very matorlal In
terests which must .bo dealt with on
business nnd not on sentimental
grounds. Graceful concessions are not
seen In tho samo light by tho daughter
ns by tho mother."
Cert. . No. Shares
C8 , 20
247, ,.... f..'... - : 20
259 , 10
3C4 , 20 '
A. V. GRAB.
Trcas. Mannalcl Sugar Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1899.
Dipt Sugar Stock
MONDAY, Dec. 18th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen streot, Ho-'
. . .100
JAMES P. MORGAN,
Pacific Import Co.
TO ALL WHO ARE OPEN TO
CONVICTION ! f
Holders of wntor privileges, or those
paying wator rates, aro horoby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 189.
r,, O0. 04 ,s not quar. Dav,j Ai Dowsetl Esqi has tnlsday
antlned I All orders received will been appointed a Notary Public for the
bo,Dromntlv n,tnH,i First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
. . j ..v..uu w. Islands. " - ALEX.YOUNG,
v-mer Mng and Nuuanu streets. Minister of the Interior.
'01'i Interior Office, Dec. J2, 1899. 1401-31
Wlldmnn and Aguinuldo.
Washington, Dec. 6. Ilelntlvo to tho
rumor from Hongkong that Agulnaldo
Is willing to surieuder to Unltol
States Consul Wlldman, It is learned
that though tho Consul himself had
cherished that belief for somo months
past, tho Government hero had been
without any nssirranco of tho sound
ness1 of his conclusion. Mr. Wlldman
ts not tho only official representing tho
Government In tho Far East who has
oxpresscd confidence In his ability to
persuade- Agulnaldo to censo hostilities
but for somo reason tho administra
tion has always been somewhat skoptl
ca as to theso undertakings. Thls-re-port
from Hongkong Is bollovcd to be
nothing moro than n revival of somo
of tho old rumors.
The artist at work in KING
BROS., Hotel street, show
window is attracting no little
attention by his skillful hand
line of the brush. It is most
interesting to watch him color
Isknd views and especially
the one showing a panoramic
view of the city from Punch
bowl. Many of which have
been sent abroad as Xmas gifts.
J, I. BLAIR DEAD .
New York, Dec. 3. John I. Blair of
Blatnrtown, N. J., a multi-millionaire,
and ono ot tho oldest railroad builders
and owners in tho country, died nt G
o'clock yesterday morning.
GREAT DOLL SALE.
We carry the largest stock in that
line, our own importation direct
from the leading manufacturers in
Germany. Dolls of all sizes and all
prices. Do not make your purchases
until you convince yourself by in
specting our stock and learning our
GREAT SALE AT SPECIAL PRICES.
Lodies Gents' and
kerchiefs. Our values in that department
cannot be duplicated elsewhere. We
placed on sale Goo dozen Handker
chiefs at 5c, regular 10c quality.
We also carry full lines of higher
ico Ladies' P. K. DRESS
SKIRTS at $1.25, regular S2.00
Special Organdie Sale
Better values were never offered
before. Choice patterns and a
large stock to select from .
Sterling Silverware Sold at
Just received, a complete new
stock of KID GLOVES. Our $1.30
glove is by tar the best glove ever
500 pes Victoria Lawn
40 inches wide, sold at 75c ai
piece. never to De duplicated 1
again tor less than $1.00 a piece.
REAL LINEN LAWN,
At Reduced Prices ,'1
Complete line of Ladies' SILK
DRESS SKIRTS. Black Alpaca
Dress Skirts at S2.00, well worth
Si.no. Ladles' Fancv Dress Skrts
in Crepon and other new materials.
at all prices.
Just Received, a Large Stock of
Boys' and Children's
In Cloth and Wash Materials.
Knee Pants at 35c a pair.
Wash Suits at 75c a suit.
Linen Dress Suits, newest styles at
the lowest prices.
We are showing the NEWEST
IDEAS IN LADIES' NECKWEAR
AND GENTS' NECKWEAR up-to-date
goods at special prices.
PACIFIC .IMPORT CO.
S, EARLICH, Manager,
. w&- iktvtums,