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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLDLU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1!)00.
ATKINSON & JTJDD,
A-L-CAlkliison mid Albert P. Jmld.Jr.)
Coutjy " ' - t t aw.
Oincii nvmr llii..'. .v'l'o.'s Hunk, cor.
Kltlillllll"lllll llllil Mutvllint street.
T. MoOAXTS STEWAttT,
Councilor sit Law.
iietf- mi. . i iii iiiiiHtiioiiirliimli
lAirf utrppt. lTnnnllllll. II. T.
K1 Tl-lt.l"110 1122
R. D. SILL1MAN,
308 Jucld Building. Telephone 213
vfKKDKlMCK V. HaXKLY,
IS Morcb'i'it street, opp. BlMtopMlinU
Il'inolulti, 11. I.
Attorney o.t Law and
;t Nof,ui' Public.
. v. Aum. Know Johnson
Attorneys and Counselor.
Ouico No. :o West King Rtic-ot.
Tolopntnio KS I.
" K. M. KROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Spreckels Pi'Mdlne. Fort Street,
B. "a. MOTT-SMITH,
iAS MOVED to the Judd
Block Port St.
nR WALTER HOFFMANN.
'cKETANIA STREETS, (opjioMto the
oaico flours: S to 10 n. m.; 1 io 3
in.! 7 to 8 n. 111. Sundays: 8 to 11
m. Tolephono 510. P. O. Box 501.
r .1OK AND KKSIDKNCE. GEDOE
COTTAGE, corner Ilotol ami Hli-hard"
-Jrcets. OIUco Hours : 0 to 1 1 J 2 to
4. 7 in 8 rolophoiio 953. 12I5
" DR. SINCLAIR
WILL UFSUME PRACTICE
nJan. 15th, on St,h"ol street, between
Emma and Fort.
Hour?: 9-10 a. in.. -4 p. m-i 7-S p. m.j
Sundays o-ioa. m. i-Jif'
DR. I. MORI,
136 Beretania street, between Emm?
and Fort streets.
TolepImiiP 277. P. O. Hox 81.1.
Office IIoiiin: 0 to 12 n. in. and 7 to
. n .: PuihIhtm, n to 12 i. in. 1220
&.. C W ALL. V D x.
O E.WALL, D.D.
Now T.nvi' Iliilldlnt;. Fort !t refit.
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A. U HOWAT,
(D. V. S.)
Olfice at the Club Stables
rami & ca,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office.icorner Fort street and Chaplain
mie. oppo" he Catholic Mission.
A uOUO THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firenct
Oat and Split (windy for the Btoye),
STOVE. STEAM & BLACKSMITH CO A
WHITE AND BLA0K BAND
Lowest Prices delivered to any par
HUS1 ' & OO.,
II Queen Btreet.
Situated on tlio oast sido of
Kalilii Valley. Tlio viow to
Pearl llailMtr is tho bt-sl in
tlm city of Honolulu. The
oil is very deep; no .stones
or rocks on the place.
Water will lie laid before
inirchascrsare ready to build
A space will be set apart,
in memory of tho Princess
Kaiulani. for a park.
The lots will be sold at the
lo trust prices in the market,
with which other real estaje
ijX nts will not alVord to coin-
Applications for lots will
he ret ui veil at our ollice, mid
will ho L'iven preference of
chosiiijj lots in tho order the.
For further particulars ap
IO WEST KING ST.
October 4tli. iSqo. 1343
Keeps constantly on hand
Studc baker's Farm and Express
Wagons, Dump Carts, Drays,
&c. Also, a full line of Car
riages and Harness.
I MML AUGER
MILLINER trom PARIS.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
532 Fort Street.
Kest on the Islands
twice dally to
any part of
at 12 cents
Delivered In luny fuantltlca to Bull.
I,.8b vonr orilpr- at STAR IVTUY,
Telephones 10S6 & aj6. p. O. Boi 19
Q, H. BERREY,
DM collections a Specialty.
STREET BATTLE ROYAL.
(Continued from pngo 1.)
on, mid pcoplo came (locking upon both
sides of the street. Mr. I'nln continued
to mnke a show of forcible rcalstnnco
to the placing of rails on tho ground.
Twlco or tlulco Mpbsi's. Itallcnlyne and
I'nln enmo Into personal collision.
'Ihcy grappled with each jithcr, their
faces white with excitement, hut for
tunately rest! nlncd their pnsslou short
of coming to blows.
"That's my mark there, between
those two doots," cried Mr. Pain, point
ing to tho Kmmcluth building.
"I don't caro wlicro your mark Is" re
torted Mr. Ilallentyno with n word of
Mr. I'nln llnnlly took his stand on
ground not yet broken by tho pick nnd
challenged Mr. Ilallentyno on pnln of
action ior assault to distiiili lilm. In
tlio meantime part of the Ilnpld Tran
sit gang had put down tics and were
spiking down rails upon tho Rcctlon
touching tho last pair of rails lnld by
tho Tramways laborers.
"This Is n dlsgiacc to Honolulu," re
marked ICdltor Norrlo of the Indepen
dent, standing In n Group about Mr.
"I admit it Is," replied Mr. Thurston,
"but tlio Tramways people nro respon
sible for It. They persist In Ignoring
the Government, tho courts and the
public. Wo have been forced to take
action for tho protection of our rights."
Ail around Mr. rain tho digging was
continued. Ho hud been told by Mr.
Uallciityno that nobody would lay
hands on lilm, but If he did not move
away he look his own risk of Injury
rrom the tools.
When Mr. I'nln had stood there for
nearly two hours, his standing ground
linvlng been made n slim pedestal by
pick and shovel, a raI was laid besldo
his feet. Ties had been placed on
either sido of lilm. Ho having disre
garded n request to stand aside, the
laborers making the rcqust pushed tho
rail against his feet. This made the
living Btafuo of Determination topple
over, but It quickly rcgnincd Its pos
ture. Mr. I'nln inndo another stand,
but was only able to hold It n minute.
Men surged forward carrying another
rail In the position of "charge bayonet"
and swrpt mm on Ills icct.
With an expression to tho effect that
his end hurt been accomplished, Mr.
I'aln retired from tho scene. At Ave
o'clock his men had knocked off for tho
day as usual. Mr. Ilallcntyno's forco
continued working throughout tho
night. Their rails nro now laid and
covered up to Fort street.
A Iliillctlu reporter this morning
chaffed Mr. Ilalleutyno on tho prospect
of seeing his rails coming Hying up
again when tlio Tramways gang
"Don't you worry yourself nbout our
rails coining up, old man," was tho re
ply. "There'll bo no more of the funny
During the height of tlio crisis yes
teiday afternoon, Deputy Marshal
Chllllngworth camo upon tho ground
with a squad of police, but only Inter
fered to tho extent of keeping the
crowd of spectators to tho sidewalks.
Marshal Drown also watched the scene.
.JAPANESE POUCH ETIQUETTE.
Chief Inspector of Police lktgaml
Slilro of Hlogo Ken, Japan, takes n
fathcrley ns well as a disciplinary in
terest In the foreo under his command.
Ho wishes tho men to win the respect
of forclgneis by conforming to the
strangers' Ideas where circumstances
permit. Ho has given Instructions to
tho commanding oDlcers of stations on
tho subject, nnd some of them have
been translated Into English.
Tho chief inspector tells his ofllcers
and men that they should not mako
calls on n foreigner In tho early morn
ing, at meal times or lato at night if
they can help It. At nny rate, they
should pay good attention to their
clothing prior to tho call, nnd they
should never call out for adnitttnuco
to a house, but should use, tho bell or
gong provided, or. If thcro Is neither,
then knock with tho fingers, and be
fore entering tho house they nro en
joined to clean their boots. They must
not carry 11 cigar into tlio houso nor
take n seat until asked to do so, they
aro Informed, and "when you call on a
foreigner In prlvato clothing tako off
your hat nnd overcoat outsldo the
room and Ien'o them In tho proper
place. Tho former Is, however, home
timcs carried Into tho room."
Somo of Iklgnml Shlro's directions as
to conduct might bo pressed upon tho
uniformed forces In tho foreigners'
countries. "Dress your hair and beard
always," ho says: "dirty clothing and
an unkempt head nro nn Insult in civi
lized countries. Cut tho linger nails
properly and keep them clean. Keep
your boots clean nnd your handker
chief clean. Don't spit In or out of tho
room; never smoko in tho presence of
a lady; It Is 11 gross Insult to put your
hand to 11 lady beforo sho does. Greet
ings to 11 foreigner nro convoyed by n
simple bow; don't shako hands with
them if you nro not Invited to do so."
TIicbo nro n few of Mr. Iklgnml
Chlro's lessons in deportment for ills
THE LAST CAIt.
Tho last cars of tho King street line
going to Wnlklkl nnd I'alama pass thr
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mixolo
gists in the city aro tbero aiways to
put you up anything you may desire
Drop in and taico a drop bcroro you
take tho car. Tho eolebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had hero on draught A
full line of liquors, Including tho fa
mous Jesse Mooro Whiskey, etc., al
ways on hnna. Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Bock Qeor on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon Is hero to plcaso lta
Horses proporly ouod to correct
faults of gait at tne Stockyards shop.
Thcro Is only ono Jesso Mooro Whls
koy In tho world and that Is cold and
pure. Lovojoy & Co. nro distributors
I for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Lorrln Andiews, Esq., has this day been
appointed a Notary I'ubilc for tne First
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
MliiNter of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 6, 1900. I4243t
A half dozen healthy rabbits at the la
boratory of the Board of Health In the
. 1 42 1-tf
Holders of water privileges, or thost
.laying water rates, aro hcroby notified
hat the hours for Irrigation purposes
iro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
I to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14. 189.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 8, 1900.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
held this afternoon a resolution was adopt
ed with relation to steamers leavlnc Hono
lulu for Island ports, which provides as
.1. That all steamers or other "cssels
engaged In Inter-M ind commerce, are pro'
hlbl ed from approaching closer than 100
feet to the wharves, except by special per
mission of the Board of Health, and that
they proceed outside the harbor and re
main at anchor during the night.
2. That no passengers be allowed to
leave Honolulu for other ports on ttie Isl
ands until further notice. This does not
applv to Japanese laborers from the Quar
antine Station at Maullola to the steamer
without communication with the shore, or
0 cabin passengers who have been trans
ferred directly from foreign steamers In the
stream to the Inter-Island steamers with
out comm'.iitcation with the shore,
3. That shipment of food nnd fodder
materials be allowed only when same are
transhl.iped from foreign vessels lying In
the stream (without having touched the
4. That shipment of the following
articles not liable to infection be perm tted
from the pjrt of Honolulu under super
vWon cf the Board viz.:
Coin In bags (ifter boiling or disinfec
tion), Lime, Machinery, Coal from vessels
In harbor only, Bricks. Portland Cement.
ugar bags (when same are disinfected by
steam or othrr effective me msi, and such
other articles as the Board may deem
1423-lt President Board of Health.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zithor.
itiyDuring my absence atOmi1'
W. Ames, of Wall, Nkhols Co.,
will lio"e charge of my pupils.
By a New, Quick Method 1
Proficiency guaranteed In six months.
Terms. 5.00 monthly Special attention
to adult beginners.
Addiess PI NO, Bullrtin office. 1419
E3 a tjl 1 gz -y9
16 Beretania Street,
Will receive a limited number of pupils.
Aluslc furnMied for concerts, afternoon or
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER
Vocnl Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 Ilerctanla
street. Tel. 1114. 1371
B. 1L KAAI,
Teacher of Guitar, Mandolin, Zither',
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be loft caro of Wall, Nichols
Co., and at Itergntrom Muslo Co.' 1266
Joseph Goo Kim and Chang Chau have
this day been appointed reporters and col
lectors ifor the Hawaiian Chinese News
Company. BIIU signed by either of the
above parties will be sufficient receipt. W.
H. Crawford having left the Company's
employ Is no longer authorized to collect
on Its behalf. t4i)-iw
J Incorporated Undsr the Laws 1
lor tub Hawaiian republic. f
OFFICERS AND DIIlKCTOKSt
C'liAH. M. Coo ru:, I'roMilnut.
1. O. Jonkh, Vlco-l'rosldeut
O. H. Coorcn, Cashior,
F C. Athkktoj?, Assistant Cashior.
K. W. Maefnrlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individual, and will
ortrefiilly nnd promptly attnnd to nil
IhihIiioss connected with banking en
trusted to 11. Soil and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Ismo Lottors of Crodlt.
Ordlnnry and Torm Doposlts rocolved,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rulos and conditions ptlnted In Pass
books, ooplos of which may be had upon
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of tho
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Drown I'rcsldont
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper Cnshler
E. M. Doyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Druco Cartwrlght, W. O.
Cooper nnd II. M. Von holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chlcngo Tho Merchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Scllgman & Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-Cnllfornln
Paris Socletio Genomic.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama Tho
Chartered Dank of India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gcrbrudcr Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort anil Alakea,
Telephone : : : 734
G.A.Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite 7. Moiel Block, HONOLULU. OAIIU. II. I.
P, O. Don 703. Telephone 939
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
INGLOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Mo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
TbQ HercantiU) Fiintine Go.
119 King St.
OUURCWAND SOCIETY WORK.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
FKER TUEVrMHNT to tho Poor of
For Information as to cards of ad
mission nnd to tho sorvlco, ote., etc.,
pply at the
Third ffloor. Prnttreta Block,
Subscriptions may. bo loft with J, F.
Uackfold, L.t. Alilna or Dr. Sloggotr.
ilfiug .Sprakelg uo,
San Francitco AaenliTitn Nkvatw
National Hank ok San Kiiancisoo.
San FitANuiHco Tho Novada National
Hank of Han Francisco
London Tho Union Hank of London
Nr.w Yoiik American Exchango Ns
Chioaoo Morclmnta National Bank
PAms Credit Lyounals.
Bkmjn Droxdnor Hank.
UONKONO AND YOKOHAMA HonkoUC A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
NKW y.KAI.kKU ANT, IffMni... ...
of Now Zealand
ViCTOniA AND Vanoouvkr ltunV n
British North America.
Transact a General Banting aoa Eictange BcsLieit
Depoijts Received. Loans made on An
Rr0!d 8tccnrlt- Commercial and Traveleri
.no loU 1 " 0f Elchn'eonghi
OOLLaCTlOWa PkOMPTLT AOCOUWTKn Fm,
rocelved and Interest Bllowed by bile
Itnnlr of tnr .....I . ..,. ""
por annum. Tho terms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawallnn Postal Sav
ings Bank barn boon adoptod as far aa
Cash Roservo of 50,000 as required an-
ilnr In, T'notol AA ...ill 1 ' . . .
t.i. , . "'" uo "'Biniainea.
Printed eoplos of tho Rulos and KeK.
Ulatlons may bo obtained on application.
BISHOP a co.
BISHOP 2z Oo.
Transact a General Banking
nd Exchange Business,
Commercial and Traveler't
.etters of Credit issued, avail'
ble in all tho principal citien
Interest allowed after Julv
I, 1898, on fixed deposits 3
UlOIltllH .'? imi-.fKmf a ......,i...
""" v. IIIUUIUI!
per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer BuPdlng and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $116J03.SS
Monoyloanod on approved security
-....... wl mummy instal
ment plan. J iii
Eighteenth Serlos of Stock is now
ntrvtnmnai fll T
h liiiZ Vi n "yis,nSi President.
8. B. Uoso, Vice-President; 0. B. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary. J
. D'I"LCTOns: T- P. Lansing.H.B. Hone
A. V. Gear, A. W. Keocb, J. G. Both-'
UOlt. U. B. Grav. '
ror iunuer particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
.w.tu.n. it.oviiau p. m.
Fb YoohBma gpecie M
Paid-up Capital 12,000.6oyen
xh-ccjyo runu 7,600,000 yen.
1 T? ?,n.k buys and recelTea for col
lection Bills Of Frrhnnr-o u.. n.....
nnd Letters nf nfiii i-j ..."
a general banking business.
S2 a'i Rro lor it nonUii, 4 per cent d. e
gJ De,0,lt '' month., ijf m p' '
Oq Filed runn.11 f a. M. ' .
INTEREST ALLOWED- '
Ob Fixed Depoell for nonthi, jH per cee p. e.
HewRepntjllc Bnllfliflg. lll'iiM st. Houlsli
The . . .
Cor. Alakea ft Halekaowlta 6U!
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and; Elec
Constantly on hind,
MHMMitvHKigu Wf- flOUHfl WIT-
Inorand Electrical planto. '
n.mtfiiir'.i'fci.i 1 $
..' ft. Aat . --J-'
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