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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, I'M).
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v .1 ' II uk, v r.
rj hunt Mr. i I
T. AIcOAXTR STEWAttI,
Councilor at, Law.
n.iw I'l'-' .ii.lliiitii.iiic('liiir',li
Kurt street, llotioliiln. Ml.
t,l Icieplmm. "--
R. D SILLIMAN,
308 Judil BuiUinji.
CHARLES F. PETKRSON
A-ttornev at Lhw miu!
KmiI iiiiimihi -"
( Arm. r.Mioil .IdiiNmin
nn 1 x- innwiiW
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Attorney and Counlorfl
OfllOH N't. 'II Wml U'llllt iln-cl,
TolupmnH' ". I.
F. M. HHOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Sprtckcls KiillJiiiR. Fort Street.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
KS MOVED to the Judd
Block. Fort St.
"R WALTER HOFFMANN
JuKFTANlA STREETS, (npimMte tin
nan Hours: 8tn 10 a. m.; , in
n. 'to 8 p. m. Sunday: 8 trill
sj. Tide-phono 5111. I'. O. Ilox WH
DR. . GORDON HODGINS.
r . iCH and rkmiiknck. tiKtwiK
CflTAOK, rurniT Hotel nml Rli'liiird
arHMtM. Olllcii Hour: " to I i i to
4. 7 to 8 telephone 1.'3 CM
DR. A. H. SINCLAIR
. . School seet, between Emm-t and Foit.
Hours: o-toa. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.;
Suniays q-io a. ni, MiG
DR. I. MORI,
Ij6 Beretanui .street, Detween Emma
and Fort .streets.
Telephone P O. Hox Hlr.
OrBce. UniiiM. : m 1- 11. 111. hmiI 7 to
j. iii.iIhvi-, m to I'Jn. in ma
O. iL. W ALjl, L. D. S.,
Now Tivn's Building, Fort ftrtmt.
WhEnYtu Waqfi a Rg
.... HINU UP THK
Livery. Boarding and
Sales Stables. : : :
.'. 6lb FORT STREET.
BIkMh "PIioiih. 477.
buck Maud 'I'lioiH'H, .'110 hi il 777.
C H BKI.I.INA.
Notice o? Assessment,
Notice Is herenv Riven that the venth
asses'nient of ten (10) per cent on the
capital Mcxk M the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSII ANULANDt O. will be due
and pavaMe to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 411
Fort (upst.rrs), Honnluhi, on the it day
of January. The shares upon which av
sessmeni may remain unpaid after thirty
days trom said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. Gil MAN,
Secretary II. R. T. & L. Co.
Hnpo'i'ln. Ian. 1, 1000. 1419
Assessment Notice Wala
lua Acriculturol Com
Notice Is hereby Riven that an assess
ment of (0 per cent has been levied upon
the to.ooo share?, new Issue, of the Wal
alua Agricultural Co., Ltd., and that the
same will be due and payable at the office
of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.. Jan. 15, 1900.
Secretary Walalua AgrM Co., Ltd.
To Loan, $2,000,
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
Situated on tlio inrt1 side of
fCiililii Vnllry. Tliu view to
IViirl llailiiii' is tint best in
tin- citv uf Honolulu. Tin'
oil is rcrv ili'cn; no stones
or rooks on tlio plare.
. tiii 1 t 1 n
Wator will no lain ociori
imVj'IniM'iNaro ready to lmilil
A space will In si't apart
in nii'inory of tlio Princess
Ivainlani. lor si park.
The lots will In-sold al tlio
lov(st prices in tlio market,
Wltli wliieli other real ej-tnte
;ir nts will no a Nurd tucuin-
ppliearions tor mis will
lie rooked at our ollieo. oul
will I'O yiven preference ol
cimsiiii; lots 111 too oroor rne
For further partieulais ap
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4th. iSfog.
Keeps constantly on hano
Stud.bak-r's. Farm and Exprej
Wauons. Dump Carts. Diai..
&c. Also, a full line of Car
riages and Harness
a Mftrir a 1 if r 0
I 19 6t nuULI
MILLINER trom PARIS.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
532 Fort Street.
Best on the Islands
Delivered twice dally to any part of
at 12 cents
Poliveuu iu any quantities to milt.
r.nr vnnr orn t OTAR D UlY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
Tl(hoMt 10SS It )6. P. O, Boi rt
Q. H. BERREY, : Manager.
eDHt Collections a Specialty
lor itie i'bilippmes;
Wanlilngton, Jan. 0. "That man lit
tle knows the common people uf tho
Republic little timlei stands the In
s'lnrts rf our rnc who thlntcq t.c will
nrt hold It (the Philippine nrehlpelngo)
fast and hold It f.irowr, ailmliihtciini;
Just government by Blmpltst methods."
'1 Ills s ntdico wns the keynote of the
Ricrch di'llverid In the Scnnto today
by Ucvcrlrigp, the Junior Senntor from
Inillnna. It was tho maiden speech in
the Senate of about the youngest mem
ber of that body. At the conclusion of
the speech unrestrained applause
swept over tho galleries nnd It was no
tablo that Secretory of tho Treasury
Oagc, who occupied a scat In the Sena
tors' gallery, was a participant In It.
Hoar (Hep.) of Massachusetts replied
hrlclly to Ilcvcrldge. Although ho did
not enter fully Into the merits of the
question under discussion, ho felt that
some of the Senator's statements ought
not to go to tho country unchallenged,
He declared that not tho American op
position to the war but tho President's
proclamation lo tho Filipinos was re
sponsible for tho hostilities. He ildl
culcd Ucvcrldgo's statement that the
Flltplnes were not capable of self-government
and quoted General Otis' re
ports to show that they were.
In tlio courso of his speech Mever
Tho I'hlllppines nio ours forever, tor-
ritoiy belonging lo the United States,
.is the constitution calls them. And
Just beyond tho Philippines nro Chi
na's lllliiitta..c maikcts. Wo will not
retreat from either. Wo will not re
pudiate our duty In tho archipelago.
Wo will not abandon our opportunity
in the Orient. Wo will not renounce
dur part In the mission of our race,
n's're. undrr God, of the civilization
of tho w orld. And wc will 'move for
wnul to our wont, not howling out re
srets, like slaves whlpred to their lmr
lens. but with gratitude for a task
.vol thy of our strength, and thnnlts
?lvlng to Almighty God that ho has
matked us n his chosen people, hencc
foith to lead In tho regeneration of tho
How Did It llnppen'.
Kor the past day or so tho various
watches at the police station havo been
jractlclng riot drill. Captain Kanae's
men did tho work In one minute and
'en spcoucis Tuesday. Another watch
Tied to excel this time, but failed.
When tho call for Kanno's watch wis
lounded yesterday afternoon and tho
men rushed into tho yard to put on
heir belts the larger officers found
heir belts so small and tho smallor
Ulcers found theirs too largo so that
hero wns quite n delay nnd ono minute,
deven nnd three-quarter seconds was
lonsumed beforo tho patrol wagon was
'cached. Kow tho men of Kunno's
.vntch arc trying to nnd out how this
THR LAST OAR.
I np laBt ears of the King street lln
nine to Walklkl and Palnmn puss th
nehor Saloon. Tho cleverest mlxolo
:lsts In the city aiP there a ways t
on von up anything you mav ileal rt-
irop In nnd tnlte n drop hi-fore yen
tike the car. The celebrated Scnttl.
mt Is to Iip had here on draught. A
Mil Hup of liquors. Including the (a
uniiH .Ii-rrp Moore Whiskey etc.. al
vh.V8 on lion .. Rerelvpcl per Wnrn
ioo, Rainier Hock lleer on dr'iughi
'Iip Anchor Saloon Is herp to pleusu ib
Hoisps .proptrly iuoil to correct
'lulls of cnir nl tne Str"kvnrds shop
"The Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1 000. plibllshrd only by the Golden
tnle Hn7aar. 310 Fort Btieet, Is a beau
iful work of nrt. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts In this line, nnd nnthlne
would be more appropriate nt this time
'linn to mall one of these to tho "folks
it homo." Price BO cents.
Regulations of the Board
Honolulu. Jinuirv nth, toco.
The following named persons are hereby
constituted a Citizens' Sanitary Committee
'o assume siii h duties In connection wllh
the su.-'p n Ion of the Plague as may b;
isslgneJ to It by the Bn.irJ of Health :
L. A Th irston, A. W. Cir er, J. H.
FMier. J. F. Colburn. A Prrry, S. M.
B illnu, E. D. Tenhev, J. A McCaudless,
J. G. Rothwe I, J. R. Gait.
'I he District of nn i, ldand of Oahu.
fnr sinltarv putposes Is hereby divldeJ
Into forty dlitrlcts, numbered from i to
1 he DNttlcts are bounded as follows:
i. Moanalua V.dlev.
2. Moanalua Vallev to Kamehameha IV.
nad and along street to Kallhl stream,
thence to se i.
3. Kameh imeha IV. road to Kallhl read
mauka of Khg street.
4. Kallhl stream to stream through Ah
In's plant itlon makal of King street.
5. Kallhl road to Insane Asylum road
mauka of King street.
6. Ah In plantation stream to Nuuanu
stream mak il of King street.
7. Asylum road to King street, to Llllha
stret. to Judd 'street, to Asylum road.
8. Nuuanu Valley mauka of Wyllle
o. Nuuanu Valley, Wyllle street to Judd
to. Llllha street to Judd street, to Nuu
anu stream, to School street to Llllha
it. School street to Llllha street, to ex
t 'nlon of Kukul street, to Nu street
to School street.
12. Kuluil street to"Nuuanu street, to1
Deretanla street, lo Nuuanu stream, dnwti I
Nuii.iiui streuii hi King street, nlone King
street to Ulllii'tieet. up Llliha street to!
ti Kul Mreet extrusion.
13.I Hi ret ml 1 stptt t Nuuanu street, lo
Hott I street, to Ulver street, to Bcretanla
14 Ho'e street to Nuuanu street, to
"itrYii strict, to River street, to Hotel
1 5 P.iuo.1 Valley bounded on the south
by Judd strett, Nuuanu stream, Nuii.iiui
strert. P.iuo.1 road in b Idge, and up Kmoa
stream to the ei d of 'he rldge
16 School street to Nuuai u stream, to
Pauoa r aJ, to Punchbowl stree luck 1 1
17. School street to Nuuanu street, to
Brreiania Mreet, to Emma street, to School
18. Dcrctanla Btrcet to Alakca street
to King street to Nuuanu strcot to Dor
10. King street to Alakca street to
waterfront to Nuuanu street to King
20. From tho top of Punchbowl down
to Pnuoa brldgo along Punchbowl
street to Klnau street to Alapal street
to top of Punchbowl.
21. Hmma street to Bcretanla street
to Alapal street to Klnau street to Em
22. Dcrctanla street to Punchbowl
street to Queen street to Alakca street
to Dcrctanla street.
2.1. Alakca street to Queen street to
Punchbowl street to waterfront to Ala
21. Dcrctnnln street to Pensacoln
iticct to Punchbowl road to top of
Punchbowl along crest to extension of
Alapal street to Bcretanla street.
25. Punchbowl street to Berotanln
street to Victoria street to King strcot
to Punchbowl street.
25. King s reet to west boundary of
old plantation to Walmanu street to Ward
Ntrert 10 Queen street to Puchbowl street
t King street.
27. Queen street to Kerosene warehouse
road to waterfront to Punchbowl street to
Quten s r-el.
2S. Queen street to Beach road to
kerosene warehouse road to Queen street.
2q. King strret to Sheridan street to
waterfront to Queen street to Ward street
1 1 Walmanu street to west boundary of
Old p antailou to King street.
30.- Pensacola s'reet and extension
the'iof to Beretavla street to Victoria
street lo King street to Keeaum..lu street
along Kreaumoku street and extension
thereof to rldge.
31. From tldge down Keeaumnku
strret to King street to Punahou
treet up Punahou street and extension
thereof to rldge.
2. King street to Wa Ulkl road to Ka
Hi road to Beach road to Sheridan street
to King street.
3 j. Walkikl raid to entrance of Ka
plolanl Park along waterfront to Beach
road to Kalla road, Walkikl road.
34. From the entrance of Kaplolanl
Park along the sea to and Including Kaala-
wal to cr-st of Diamond Head along rldge
back of Kalmyk! tract to alalae road to
Kapahulu rmd (White road) to entrance
uf Kaplolanl P.itk.
3;. Walkikl roai to Kap'olanl P.irk to
Klpahulu road to W.dal le road to .Bere-
tmla street to Punahou stieet to King
stre-t to Walklkl ro id.
36. Punahou street to Manna road to
bunching of Ma oa road; thence east
ucros the valley to the end of rldge. down
M.inon st'eet to Walal.ie road to Be etania
street to Punahou street.
37. Manoa valley mauka of District
38. Palolo valley bounded by the rldge
neit to IV.anoa v.illey, Manoa stieam,
Wnhlae road an J Kalmukl rldge, mauka
of Walal.ie road.
39. All the District uf Honolula, east of
Diamond. Head and Kalmukl rldge.
40. 'lant.ilus, Including all ridges
above Punchbowl and RounJtop.
All persons are hereby mhlMted from
changing their pi ice of residence from one
of said Minitnry iltstrlct-, to another with
out a permit from the Citizens' Sanitary
The Citizens' Sanitary Committee Is
hereby nuthorieJ to appoint Inspectors
and sub-Inspectors for each ol said sanitary
districts, with full p iwer and authority to
enter all premises and buildings therein
for tlu purposes of sanitary Inspection of
premises and persons.
The Citizens' Sanitary Committee Is
hereby authorized to do all acts and things
necessary to effectuate the above enumer
ated objects. C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Mivved by A. YOUNO,
Mlnlitor ot Interior.
Hoi Julu, June 14. 189.
,,- .i- i , n ,, . ,t . .
I til-' J , K K AlVA (
liiu mum vi iiniian, uiu.
I Incobiooated Under Tire Lams I
(OF the Hawaiian f public. I
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR-):
(,'hah. M. CooKU, President.
1. O. Jon km, VltMfl'rpMiilent
C. II. Cookk, Cnxlilor.
F C Atiikiiton, AonUiHiit Cashlui
F. V. Mrtcfnrlano,
E D. Tommy,
J. A. MeCand!ew
Solicits the Account of FlrniM, Cor
IKiratlous, Trust. IndlvldiMln, and wll
'rofullv and promptly ulloiid to nl
IuimIiiohs connected uiib Iniiiklng on
tr 11 wed to It. Soil and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issuo tattorx of Credit.
Ordinary and Torm DdixmltH received,
ami JntoroKt allowed In lurorilanco with
nilos and conditions primed In Pass
hooks, ooplos of which may bo lind uHin
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICI3RS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Drown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. G. Cooper Cashier
K. M. Doyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Drown, Mark P.
Robinson, Druco Cnrtwrlght, W. O.
Cooper and II. M. Von liolt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
Snn Francisco The Anglo-'Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan nnd
Now York J. & W. Sellgmnn & Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-California
Paris Soclctlo Gcnernlc.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and' Yokohama Tho
Chartered Dank of India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Bank ot Aus
Canada Dank of Montreal.
Berlin Oerbrudcr Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
323 Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakeu,
Telephone : : 734
G. A. Howard. Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite 7, Model Block, HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I
P O. Box to. Telephone 0S9
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at NIo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
111 Hnl PrMi Go.
119 King St.
OuilRCWAND SOCIETY WORK.
Supported by Voluntary Cont-,,r;tlons.
FREE TREATMENT to the fcaor of
For Information as to card. d
mission and to the aorvlco, etc., to.,
pply at the
Third Ftoor. Progreta Block,
tSubncrlptlons'iuay be left wlihJ. F.
Haokfeld, L. O. "Iilea'or Dr.'Sloggotf.
' , U96-0m
JlBug ppreckelg Uo.
.San Franchco AgtntTiiv. Nevada
National IIank op San Francisco.
a! 1 11AMMNC0 The Nevada NaUonal
IianK of .sail Francisco
liONlxiij The Union lJank of London
New Yoiik American Exchango N
Ohioacio Merchants National Bank.
Ilr.HMN Drcnliior Hank.
Honkono anii Yokohama Honkonc A
hhiiuglMl Itaiiknig Corporation.
New kainii and AtiHTiiAUA Baak
uf New Zealand
VlOTOttlA and Vancouvhr Bank o
Tnosan a General mum ami Eicfiance finneeH
Depolt Received. Loans made on Ai
P,r0Iud 8,ccor" ? ,onercll and Tf Te!tri
nd "old f Exch(,nRe boogbl
JOLLBCTIONt Hhqmptlt AocortnTrn Fob
"";" , Savings Doposlts will bs
roceivrd and Inttrost allowed by td
IIank nt four and one-half per cent
por annum. The terms, mlea and
regulation f t1H HkwbII,,,, p(wtal 8,
ingH Dank have Ik.oii adopted as far ni
It Ih ornotiiunlii in mi,. i.. i. ..
,, V . "-'" wi maintalimil.
Printed ipl of tho RuIoh uud Ree.
UlalloiiN may beiibUlnod on application
DlMHOP A CO.
3XSS2CCD cSc Co.
Transact u General Bankinp
nd Exchange Businesa.
Cnunnurciiil and Traveler's
.otters of Credit isaued, avail
ble in all the principal citiei
Interest allowed after .Tub
I, 18518, on fixed deposits 8
IIIOIltllM 3 linr i,inf (i IV
,, I"- ""! "MMIIUB
H per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Bui ding and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, f 116,803.98
Money loaned on approvod security.
A Savings Dank for monthly depoalu
Hiiunbh liulli on tho monthly InaUD.
inent plan. J ""ii-
FJKhteenth Series of Stock 1, no
Mw"JSS"sw.Tl &B. President,
" v "."-i-j-osiuent: O. U, Grav
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary '
Diiikotorm: t.p r.hi...u'n .,
A. V. Gear. A. W." Keeeh '"J. XRoth!
For furthor particulars apply to
. A V. GEAR, Soorotary.
CUambor of Commerc rooms. '
fflceHoura: 12:30-1:30 p. m.
rfJB yoohama gpeciB Bank
Reservo Fund 7,600.000 yen!
i JI?.an.k b.u?? and reelTe 'or col
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Dnfli
and Letters of Credit? and traiScto
a gonoral banking business. w""ww
52 E .i gVlt or it aonUia, 4 em cent .
? Depolt for 6 mootti., , itf '
On Find n.n.ii.. . ;1 1"
INTEREST ALLOWED- '
O. FUt4 Depoilt foneaoBU,.. j BM e,,,, ....
Kew Repnpitc Bniimm, llfim sl homuii
The . . .
Cor. AlakM ft HaWutiwus Sis,
Has a large aasortsien't ol
trlcalGoddt . "
Oonstanily ob h
EatlmateB given for ho wir
ing and Eleotrioalplanli. ' ,
Marina Wiring a specialty; '
Jfctk'itfaSkvh v, M-i. ,sJk. Jtei&'gu.
;., tf&iK&k Miiik, t? i .., $rmMb 'l-:.,r.-isicv.A, ,:i&L&j&ji l . - .& L i: '
1. -A..' tiStofce