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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, U. 1., THURSDAY, OBOBVIUEU 23, 18UJ
t: 3U Queen 8liee
Deliifent Sugar Stock
On SATURDAY, Dec. 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, 1 will sell nt Puollo Auction,
by order of tho treasurer, Mr. J. I.
Cooke, the following certificates of
Htock In tho .aa Sugar oo unless tho
delinquent assessment (second assess
ment,) with Interest thereon, Is paid
before tho day of sale.
C Wood, J. Q. ' .. ,.. 100
1C ...unison, A. T 100
17 Atkinson, .... T 100
18 Atkinson, a. T CO
37 O'Halloran, Win. ! 25
107 Asnley, W. 0 100
177 Hlshop, M. It C
209 Uandolph, Geo CO
237 Dexter, 8. u 100
26S tloodacrc, Geo 25
308 liarnes, Mrs. W. I 17
320 Ilrodlc, II. 25
IMC Madison Jacob 33
319 Steward, Allco S
332 Montlng, 0 7
127 Moore, J. M., Jr. II
111 Flshel, C. J 8!
142 rishcl, Mrs. II CO
197 iluston, C. H 33
508 hmje, Martin ., 333
570 Holt, Chris. J 17
573 Voss, II. C 8
099 Reynolds, J. J 17
934 Adler, Peter CO
1035 Gear, Geo. xi CI
1049 Ashley, W. G 60
1121 Kaiser, Wm CO
1125 Kaiser, Wm CO
1126 Kaiser, Wm , CO
1135 Smith, Emma U CO
1130 Smith' Mary D 1C0
1232 Wood, J. Q. trustco 6
1285 Rice, i.ilss Noulo 15
1340 Meyer. II. C 100
1343 Hitchcock, II. It CO
137G Austin, D. h 17
1392 Cottrcll, W. 61
Names aro published for tho pur
pose of Identifying tho ccrtlucatcs.
JAS. F. .MORGAN. Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY. Dec. 30th,J
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by orjer of tho treasurer, Mr. J. P.
Coolto, tho following certificates of
Htock In tho Klhcl Plantation Co., un
less tho delinquent assessment (fourth
isscssment,) with Interest thereon, Is
paid beforo tho day of salo:
23 itenry Wnterhouao & Co 100
00 II. P. Itoth CO
111 C. II. Clnpp 100
169 Oaston J. Uolsso 10
201 Henry Hapal 10
223 I.cvlnsBtono & Soulo CO
368 Geo. J, Turner CO
102 S. V. Dlshop 40
405 T. II. Petrlo G
42-J Henry A. Bunsou 10
C30 H. I). Schrotko CO
031 II. U. Schrotko CO
CC1 S. K. Bishop CO
CCS C. II. Laago 10
G79 C. II. Laago 20
G80 C. H. Laago 20
6S1 Jas. McQueen 25
891 Geo. Morrison 15
944 Henry lloth 26
1018 N K. Gedgo 15
1072 Jas. McQueen 25
1080 H. Armltago 35
1091 C. ... Laago 10
1094 C. H. Laago 10
1224 n. i.. Banning 25
1254 C.J. Fall; 10
1257 H. E. Oares 40
1280 H. Waterhou80 & Co GO
1285 II. E. Garcs 100
1280 II. D. Oares 100
1391 Geo. Manson 10
Names aro puullshed for tho purpose
of Identifying tho certificates.
JAMBS F. MOrtGAN.
There is nothinj? better than
a picture for a Xmas present.
We have them all sizes, prices
and kinds. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel St.
BULIOAtll , EEUOOItl P M1TV I "" fi I
Jr- . -rJTT. Select ed 1!
W yrrfpj v-jjjy nCTIMo? contain none
d QI)Si speciallv non UPANCj.T J
SEASON OF GRAND AND COMIC
Boston Lyric Opjra Co
Thursday, Dec 28 "IL TROVATORE"
Friday, Dec. 2o-"AMORITA."
Siturday Matinee and Night, Dec. 30
Popular Prices, 50c, 75c. , nnd $1.
SiB" SnHdng strictly prohibited during
the present opera season.
Telephone No. 541.
Box Office open at 10 a. in.
X mas Trees
English Holly and Berries
Frozen Oysters, Eastern and Cal.
Cheese (In FolO
Cheese Neuchalet-Camembert rromage
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Pine Apple and Swiss Cheese
Gese and Turkeys.
I he largest and most complete assort
ment of GANDIES ever brought
Gruenhagers Choc Bon Bons.
HENRY MAY Sr.CO. Ltd,
Bethel Street. uo7-tf
FOR X M A S .
FINE MINCE, CIUNBERllY, SQUASH
AND LEMON PIES.
Place your orders for delivery early.
Muunalel Sugar Co., Ltd,,
The fourth assessment of 10 percent
(f 10 per share) on the Assessable Slock of
Company will be due and payable at the
office of Gear, Lansing & Co., on January
1st. 1900, 'and delinquent January 31st,
1900. A V.GEAR,
Treas. Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the CALIFORNIA FEED CO., Ltd.,
will be held at their office at 11 a, m. on
Friday, December 29 1899.
C. M. V. FORSTER,
The Fifth Assessment, 10 percent or $s
per share, on the assessable stock of the
KIHEI PLANTATION CO.. Ltd., will
be due and pavable at the office of Alex
ander & Baldwin, Judd Building, on
Thursday, January 2nd, lopo.
J. P COOKE,
Treasurer Klhel Plantation Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1899 1409-iot
ThKwfc'1'1' '" "" "'"'"" " ""tli ttlfttnll
VAuS atlntfirtl ItiHtttont 10 eenti t ttottJ inu r
ttenf )o eti ti .1 wtck and j ccntt a montb. Ibtt U tbt
cbtjptiUJitrllllnt ur ofrtrtJ tbtpiofll llonttulu.
OUNO Man wni chcio I urnlsheJ Room. AJ.
I tttts "A Z " IhU rfllce. tiii'i
POSITION WANTLD Clerical work ireored,
' ll I' rtUKue, Spanish nJ I nellsh lluMitly
lino erntral mer.anlto knottleJ.e and ample ret
trencc. No objection (oAlamMor any ofthelil
nJ. AdJre5bNI.HOBIIClaUulloiln. wn-iw
WANTED Mn la know thit Ihey can t thaw i
vv by awhile barber lor ijicms at H.Jbl hS,
6toU i-nr trt', opp Club taNtl tgoo-tf
KITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
lv: n oJtrale ralea. MR. MUM. care I'top'f'
Exprm Co : f Q"i neilvwy.P n , o.lf
pOMPtTbNT ULRMaN GIRL WANTED lor
v. general homework anil care ot chllJrtn. Refer
tncea required Apply O. M . Dulltlln office i6o
PR SALE-A ( Weh-K ado upright PIANO
almost i ew, must be solJ at any prlc Address
J. L , P O !! fo. i4'-tl.
PR SAI E$& Cleveland b'oclt lor Ijo. Apply
II. OSSIG. DutHTli office. 1404-iw
FOR SALE oo live (at turkeys and too live fit
Roosters, readv to be delivered In any part ol
the city. J. w. wki -ill.
J. N.WKI .III,
PR SALE CHEAP, 1 second-hand phaeton, 1
srcond.hand vegnn, t tecopd-rtanJ buggy.
Apply to F h . VI DA at Union FteJ Co,
COR SALE-Good Ml klnr Cows and Hellers,
F Attn ppntt hortes. . milk wapons and ml k
tans. Apply to A. A. MONTANO, Manoa
PRSM.C-LAKD' IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M.VVAS. i8i
CUR SAl E-BEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU
VAI LEY AJdress UOX 7)). f u,
TOR SALE A new COTTAGE or tight rooms and
I bath: crounds nicely laid out; stable and out
OneloMtxisj: water uu on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 15 x J
All on Collene street. Tor further particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
TO LET New Collates at Punahou, nearly com
pleted, ready to occupy January Ht. 1900.
Several Cottages on Klncs not far from town on
A Residence at Waiklkl on the beach. Immediate
possession E,n. WytflulmSAV vaEt
No io Foil street.
FURNISHED ROOM-Only W a monih Private
family, 616 Vineyard street, 3 doors Queen Hotel
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city; ij)j
Card of Thanks.
The famllv of the late Captain A.
Christian desire to express their heartfelt
thanks to those who assisted them In
the'r late bereavement. 1413-it
A Stwlnt Mwtlnir nf lhf MID-PACIFIC
STEAMSHIP CO., Ltd , will be hrld on
FRIDAY, Dec. 29th, at 2 p. m.. at the
office of John H. Wilson, old Bulletin
building, Merchant street.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Their place of business to the
Opposite the Police Station, and are pre
pared to serve their patrons.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION. The reopening of the Government
schools In Honolulu, which had been ap
pointed for Tuesday, January 2nd, Is post
poned until further notice.
By order of the Minister of Public In
struction. C. T. RODGERS,
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1899. I4i33t
Board of Heilth Office, Honolulu, Dec
ember 28th, 1899.
Strict quarantine Is hereby entabllshed
over all the part of the City of Honolulu
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point where the mauka
line of Queen street crosses Nuuaiu street
street, thence up Nuuanu street to Kukul
street, Including both sides of Nuuanu
street, thence along the center line of Ku
kul street to Nuuanu strtam, thence fol
lowing the Walklkl bank of Nuuanu
stream to a point where It crosses the ma-,
kal side of King street, thence across to
the Walklkl side of River street, thence
.ilong to the mauka line of Queen street,
thence to the point of beginning.
All persons are forbidden to enter or
leave the quarantine district without au
thority of the President of the Board of
Health or his lawful agents.
By order of
HENRY E. COOPER, .
President of the Board of Health
It,, MJJlilUlt.f 3tlllJlt , .ft, ICCIllll p
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Dec. 28.
'lumpnuUiiu Motning minimum,
70; Mlday maximum, 78.
Daroractor t 9 n. m. 29.84 Irreg
ular. Italnfall .0.
Ltew Point C4 I
Humidity at 9 n. m. 72 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec.
28. Weather cloudy; wind light S,
Wed esdav, Dec. 27.
T. K. K. S. S. America Maru, Going,
6)i days from San Francisco: Passengers
nud merchandise to H. Hackfield & Co ,
Am. bg. J, D. Spreckels, Chrlstlanson,
from San Framlsco: Merchandise to Wm.
G. Irwlit & Co. .
Br. bk. Klnfnuns, Crlghton, from
tlvcrpool, March 20; Cirdlff August 2;
1600 tons merchandise to T. H. Davles &
Thuriklay, Dec. 28.
U. S. tug lirquols, Pond, from Lahalna.
Wednesday; Dec 27.
Stmr Claudlne, Camtron.tor Kahulul
Am bkt. Planter, McNeill, for ban Fran
cisco. Thursday, Dec 28.
T. K. S. S. American Maru, Going, for
China and Japan.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory,, for Koloa
and bicclo at S o'clock. .
Stmr. Mikahala, Pcdonion, for
Makawcll, Walmca and Kokaua at C
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Lahal
na nnd Kaauapali at 4 o'clock.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Nocau, Wyman, for Honokiu
and Kukulhaclo at 9 a. m.
From San Francisco, per stmr Amer
ica Maru, December 27 Fo' Honolulu
Miss Anna M Sawyer, Miss Blanche
Bianchard, Gov A Cleehorn, J Marsden,
W M Campbell, MM Kohn Frederic
Bennett, Mrs E Mehrten, Henry Ford, W
Mrs E Mehrten, Henry Ford, W
Wm M I angton, T M Starkcy,
Jewail, Miss E Schnoor, DrFL
Miner. Mrs F L Miner and d luzhter. Dr H
W Anderson, S W Caldbck, Mrs S W
Caldbeck, H M Loud, C h Scholl. Mrs C
F Scholl, G r. Whitney, Mrs G M Whit
ney and two children, Lr O C WelDoum,
Chas Carruthers, L Gutmann, H L Achil
les, Ed Johnson, Mrs Ed Johnson, H
Focke, Mrs Q H Koch and two children,
A t3 Judd, Mrs A F Judd, D P Jenkins,
John Emmelu'h, Will Stout John H Wil
son. Throu .h For Yokohama -M Ya
magrlchl, B W Chang, G W Trimble,
iiu a t-fisnie, ti rAizuta, n matsui, miss
M E Phillips, II Schleifenbaum. For
Hongkong M Iss Gertrude Schallenberger,
Mr Dlclon, Mrs H H S rgrant. Mrs M F
Steele, A Hope Deog, P S King, N U Van
Sant, Grant Van Sant, Mrs C Goodman,
T S Holt.
LABOR MEN AND HAWAII
petrolt, Dec. 19. Tho American
Federation of Labor today declared
ngalnst slavery within tho Jurisdic
tion of the United States In tho follow
"Wo rcalllrm our previous position
on this question, namely, that thero
must bo no slavery or serfdom, by
ownership or contract, toloratod under
the American flag1, and that wo will
malce .any ono whose action shall In
any way mllltato against this princi
ple ot human freedom responsible for
such nctlon in cvory legitimate manner
open to us."
It was stated that 100,000 slaves aro
now working under contract In tho
Hawaiian Islnnds; that evasion ot the
contracts commits them to prison; that
their time In prison Is added to their
terms ot serfdom, and that tho net of
admitting Hawaii to tho United States
domain provided for a continuation of
those contracts, a provision for repeal
ing that fcaturo having been voted
dowu by tho Senate. Tho convention
adopted tho declaration unanimously.
Sugar In.8an Francisco
San Francisco, Dec, 21. With tho
exception ot Makawcll there has been n
general slump In Hawaiian sugar b)
curltlcs. Fear ot falling off in the
prlco ot sugar and sympathy with the
Wall street flurry are given as the
causes. Tho principal transactions
are: 300 liana Plant. Co., 7.75; 150
Hutchinson S. P. Co., 23.76; 250 do,
23.87; 10 do cash, 23.87: 25 Hono
kaa S. Co., 29.75; 75 do, 49.62V,; 20
Makawcll,- 41.25; 40 Onomea 8. P. Co.,
29.00: C l'aauhau S. P, Co., 20.87 W: 50
do, 20.75; 85 do. 26.50; 35 do. 26.62 U;
25 do, 26.50; 60 do, s 30, 26.25; 50 do,
s 90, 26.25; 10 do, 26.25; 100 Hana P.
Co., 7.76; 125 Honokaa 8. Co., 29.25;
90 Hutchinson S. P. Co., 24.00; 133
Maknwell, 41.60; 100 Onomea S. Co.,
28.60; 215 Paauhau 8. P. Co., 26.00; 135
do, 25.75; 25 do 8 90, 25.62; 100 do s
Tho latest quotations are:
Hana P Co 7
Haw C & B Co 89 .
Honokaa 8 Co 29V6
Hutch SP Co 23
Kllauea S Co .,
Makawcll S Co 41
Onomea S Co
Pnauhua S Co 25
FINANCE BILL PA88ED.
Washington, Dec. 18. Tho cirrency
bill, which was debated nil last week,
was passed today by tho House by a
voto ot 190 to 160. It has the united
support of every Republican lu tho
Houso and of eleven Democrats Clay
ton, Drlgga, Fitzgerald, Levy, Ruppert,
Scuddcr, Underbill and Wilson of New
York; McAleer of Pennsylvania, Denny
ot Maryland, and Thayer of Massachu
setts. All tho other Democrats voted
against tho mcasuro ot wero paired
against It except John Walter Smith,
Governor-elect from Maryland, Stall
ing!! ot Alabama and General Joseph
When tho Speaker announced tho ie
Hult, tho Republicans cheered lustily.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
BUILDING LOTS AT FAWAA.
This desirable property, bounded
streets, on the town side of the McCuliy Homestead, is now offered for
sale. The extension of Younc street passes throuch the land. An
artesian well on the premises supplies the purest water. The breezes
from Manoa valley render the locality extremely healthful. The property
is on the line of cars, and the Rapid
There is no better or more refined neighborhood in Honolulu.
For terms, etc., apply to F. WUNDENBERG,
' At J. A. Magoon's office, next to P. O.
Or to J. LIGHTFOOT, on the adjoining premises.
We Are Still
We have torn one warehouse down and are clearing the goods out of
another as fast as we 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 $75.00
Columbia Chain Bicycles 55.00
Hartford Chain Bicycles 40.00
. Vedette Chain Bicycles ,,.. 30.00
This offer only applys to our present stock which we do not wish to
have to move, when they are gone prices will go back to the same as 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 goad stock and can suit you.
We rent Chalnless Columblas by the day week or month.
Cor. Fort and Kina Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agents.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCHf
Fine Horseshoeinpr Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire -Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort.
Pacific Import Co.
Landed ex. Australia, and
must be sold out, a fine lot of
all kinds of TOYS suitable for
babies or youngsters.
Bring the children along, and
see and price for yourselves.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
by Beretania, Punahou and King
Transit cars will run through or