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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. 1., TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1000.
Honolulu rug Co.,
HEADQUARTERS FOR DISINFECTANTS:
CHLOIilDE OF LIME,
Will b; usJ very fre;ly for ths n: 6 or 8 ninth si we wish again
to cill tin attention of all mill men an J users of m i.htnery to our TKOPIC
LUURICVTINjOILS. For yeus tils brand h is b:enustd on thsss Isl
ands md eich siison tlu J: mm J has Increased so that this year we have
had ti biilj ispjchl oil wirehous; nt Kilmko to hold the hundreds of
barrels of oils we hive to carry In stock. Tropic Cylinder, Engine, Ala
thin. Dvn uno in J C i-hi Oils are the ones you want If you want every
thing to run smoothly.
Benton Boiler Compounds...
This compound Is entirely vegetable, contains no oil or add, it being a
natural preservative for Iron or steel. It rots the scale In the boiler and
gradmlly clems sun:. After ths boiler becomes clean, the Compound, If
usd according to directions, will keep the scale forming properties of the
water In ths form of solution or pendent, and the boiler cm be kept clean,
and the "i!e forinln; p-opsrtles of sild witercin bj blown oat In the form
of mud. It Isagreit siverof fuel as It will clean and keep clean any
biiler. Let us send you a birel on trial, no pay If not sitlsfactory.
I'a kings, Waste, Cj npojnds, Engineers' tools and supplies of all kinds.
Uu -V r,CUFAT ;JPACntOH uuviArfMJ'
j,q JybiSi -S,J0tf OYiTI BATMAN flfi
', Bfll! SPECIALLY POR WMW" Jf
I ws3S'"uneTi'iM wll prove Ihcir nenF""''"s g
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Practice limited to Surgery
The annual meeting of the GERMAN
BENbVOLENT SOCIETY will beheld
attheolficeof H. HackfelJ & Co., Ltd.,
on Wednesday, the 24th Instant, at 2:30
JOHANNES F. ECKAKDT,
The annual meeting of the HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO., w III be held at the
office of the Hawaiian Trust and Invest
ment Co. at 10 a. m. on Monday the 29th
Inst. W. M. GIFFARD,
Honolulu, Jin 23, lyoo. 143GMW
Notice to Intending
Passengers 01 S.S.
THE AGENTS HEREBY GIVE NO
TICE that the sailing of the S. S. Aus
tralia has been postponed until 4 p. in.
Wednesday, the 24th Instant.
All heavy baggage must be delivered at
the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s warehouse for
fumigation between the hours of 9 and 12
a. m. on Tuesday, the 23rd instant, and all
cabin and hand baggage at the same place
between the hours of & and 10 a. in. of the
day of sailing. Keys must accompany
baggige. All such Baggage, etc, after
fumigation, will be cared for and delivered
to the steamer by the Company's em
ployees. 'Iransportaiiop from the Oceanic
S. S. Co.'s dock to the. steamer will be
furnished passengers at 1:30 p.m. of the
day of sailing, and all passengers must be
on board the Australia not later than 2
Honolulu, January 21st, 1900. 1435
All liiti'ii'llni? iiii'sengers bytkoS.
S. AUSTRALIA wislilnir tho tho
Union Kxpross Co. to handle tliolr
bagtiago for fuinlKutloii will ileano
noiirv 1110 union ifxnrcBs uo., erriy
Monday morning. All Luggage check
ed. Tel. fed, U35
Tho Evening Dullotln, 75 ccnta ier
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
& SON, Ltd,
INCIPIENT JAPANESE RIOT.
Seilous trouble nt tho Knllhl deten
tion camp was averted lust night by
tho presenco and promptitude of tho
National Guard battalion. A laigo
band of Japanese, organized by n ilng
Icnder who Is said to bo n dangerous
customer, had ns&cmblcd with tho pur
pose of burning a building. It win tho
houso fiom which 11 Japanese victim of
tho plnguo was taken on Saturdny.
Tho mob had provided thcmselvis
with bundles of sticks to uho as wea
pons of lesistnnco In tho event of ln
tcifercnco with their plan. It was In
vnln that tho representatives of civil
authority nt tho plaeo told them that
they liml no right to talto tho law Into
their own hands. Tho Japanese lclndlcd
a bonilro 11m do of tho firewood belong
ing to tho camp, and wero making tur
bulent demonstrations around tho
blnzo when something happened out
sldo of their calculations.
There was n hurried tramp of martial
feet, nnd the battalion of three N. 0. II.
companies charged Into the nrcna from
their camp 200 or 300 yards away. Tho
Japancso wero surprised at tho sudden
nppenrnnco of four scoro of glistening
bayonets hotween them and tho stnio
tuto they hail doomed to unlawful de
struction. They Immediately quieted
down nnd wero easily Induced to dU-
pcrso Into their quarters, Everything
was quiet tho rcmnlndor of tho night
and this morning, Ueforo tho troops
Jumped Into tho Incipient riot, civil
ians on duty at tho detention camp felt
no llttlo trepidation. Being almost
without an exception unarmed, tho an
tics of tho formldablo mob wero suffi
Tho foregoing account was given by
n civilian. Colonel J. W. Jones glvo n
somewhat different narrative, nt least
ns to tho causa of tho trouble It Is la
brief that n civilian guard Interfered
with tho taking of pieces of building
material for fuel by tho Japanese,
when ono of them resisted and was
worsted In tho tusslo by tho guard.
Then a host of tho Jnpnncso, estimated
by hundreds, grasped billets of wood,
bits of plpo, etc., nnd wero moving to
a general nttack ono tho guards. The
military guard coming up at doublo
quick on receiving an alarm, Lieut. Col.
C. J. McCarthy, commanding, ordered
tho mob to drop their clubs. Over
awed by tho sight of bayonots they
obeyed Instantly nnd quietly dispersed.
X3?Z5'ti in tbutchtmn ttttl h inutttJ etlctnli
vwi a tint put nittttioH, to etna tetanJ inter
'ijft, to ctriti a ti'A jnJ n ctnt a nwitt 7n 1, Ire
cbtafieit jJvetttitHt tver offfteJ the ptofti of IfanitltilN
I OVT I'.utal S,n ( HinkPAS nooK No.
I- iu D Hetifn 10 S K NKAt'AAIItl at
lwi &Co , ,,i I o t street Hoinlinj uij-iw
I OT A CIIATfLAISl! rottilnlnj nb nt Sio 0-1
I- lb M1111 vre t rewn Tori nnl II I Wlcli
mm' horn 01 Vlcl rl, vrvft HiJcr will refelve
a if if I tv leivliy nime al flUofll e umil
I CIST N lull S irrel Mite Suilille r,rJllre
L" turncjtill I llertelmin't ship, kinis lrt,
or reilJ.ncc 11 WalklKl in tl
FOR SALC An Ofh'crs Room to accommiiJate
two ravnir-rs rer Australia Uavlnc tonorrow
Cnq Ireol J A,
Matlncr at Wall, Nlcholi Cu.
COH SLC-A rv dlrable PIECE OP IM
I PHOVLD PROI'I RTY. cntilnlnK aroul 10 two
square feet on Maklkl Plains, principals only. Ad
dress "No. 38," this office. um-tm
FOR SALr 53 Anthiny Camera, reversible
bick. with wide anele Atorrlson lens Inquire at
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS
CITY, UyJ .M.VlVAS.
COR SALE A new COTTAGE nl elRht rooms and
' bath, grounds nicely laid out, stable and out
hoes. One tot 7 x 115, water laid on, ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, j x 115
All on Cnllece street. Tor further particulars
appl u W M. CU.SNINdllAM. at the lavorlte
WANTH) I ntliK' furnlsheJ or unfurnUhed, S
.M-llulltlln tiffne. I4)l-iw
WANTED A competent experienced bookkeeper
W and office mn. bv n old established firm. Ap
ply to L C this office, st nine extcrlence references
an 1 salary deslied A permanent position lor a suit-
arie man. i43P-n
WANTED Mi to know that Ihey can eel shaved
by a white barber for is cents at II. JfclTS.
610M l-orl street, opp Club Stables
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly, moderatu rates. MR. MUM, care People's
Express Co . or General Delivery,!1 O noitf
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTLD for
- cereral housework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply Ci M . Uulletln office u6o
TO I ET 1 New Collaees at Punahou, nearly com
f leted, ready to occupy January 1st. 1000.
Several Cottages on Kings not far from town on
A Residence at Walklkl on the beach, Immediate
possession cU en Apply to
No tip I pit street
fllE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. llest
I rooms and attendance In city. 1)J
On SATUUDA.Y, Jim. 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, will sell by Public Auction, by
older of the Treasuier, Mr. J. P. Cooke,
tho following certlllcntes of stock In
tho Olnn Sugar Company, unless tho
delinquent assessment (third assess
ment,) with Intcrst thorcon, Is paid
before tho day of sale.
Names nre published for ..he purpose
of Identifying the certificates.
C J. Q. Wood, trustee 100
JO J. Q. Wood, trustee 100
11 J. Q. Wood, trustco 100
13 J. O. Wood, trustco 100
2G C. H. Judd 100
(10 T. S. Southwlck 100
237 S. L. Uoxtcr 100
25S J. K. Farley , 23
2G7 Geo. Gooilacro 25
270 Geo. Goodncro 25
329 W. S. Edlngs 33
341 Capt. C. Avcrdam 17
343 L. Apoy 13
344 L. Wing Kim 3
315 Loo Goon 8
430 II. A. Giles 33
407 L. L. La PIcrro 8
411 Ctms. J. Fishel S3
442 Mrs. H. ITsbcl 50
44G M. O. Sylvester 3
458 J. It. Hall 77
4SG E. E. Oldlng 33
4S7 Norman Watklns 8
ISO Miss Henny Avcrdam 8
639 Wm. A. Gardner 17
574 J. R. Hall 07
079 E. FotChu 3
587 Jns. L. Holt 17
083 Sam Kal Wing 8
G14 A. Uurncs 33
G44 Gear, Lansing & Co 00
G10 Gear, Lansing & Co 60
CIS Gear, Lansing & Co 00
C94 Jno. Wntcrhouso 8
G9G Motion Waterhouso 15
C97 Maigarct WnterhoUBO 15
709 M. A. Gonsalvcs 33
714 Henry T. Taylor 00
718 Otto A. Ulerbach 17
722 P. A. Was 33
723 Norman Watklns 5
782 H.W.Howard 00
783 II. W. Howard 00
784 II. W. Howard 100
785 H. W. Howard 100
791 W. M. Tomploton 30
838 W. S. Withers 100
810 C. L. Garvin 50
9G0 A. W. Richardson 00
1159 Alex. Hamilton 125
1231 J. Q. Wood 30
123G V. H. Ldlngs 25
1255 Isldoro Llevre 600
12G0 W. S. Edlngs 14
12G5 W. S. Edlngs 17
1285 Miss Nellie lllco 10
1292 A. W . Richardson 25
1293 Mrs. L. Russel 00
1329 W. F. Drako 150
1332 W.F. Drako 100
1334 W. P. Drako 35
1335 W.F. Drako 60
1340 Miss II. C. Hitchcock 100
1370 D. L. AuBtln 17
1401 Xf. P. Drako 15
1402 O.L.OarvIn 10
1439 C. II. Judd 25
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Weather Jitirenu, I'uuahou, Jan. 23.
Teinpprnliiro Morning minimum,
CO, Aiiddny maximum. 79
linmnicter at 9 n 111 29 9. Inegutnr.
Dow Point 02 V
Humidity nt 9 a 111 C7 pel cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Jan.
2.1. Weather hazy; wind llght,.S.
Monday, Jan. 22.
Am. blc. Ceylon, fiom Tncomn. (An
Stmr. tlpotu. Heuiilugsen, from Ha
Tuesday, Jan. 23.
II. S. Tianspoit Miinntcnse, fiom Yo
kohama. (Off port)
T. K. K. Nippon Maru. Allen, fiom
Yolcohnmn, Jan, 1C.
Monday, Jan. 22,
T. lv. K. Hongkong Maru, ITlmer, for
China nnd Japan
Am. schr. Allen A., for the Sound
Oer. schr Ebon, for the Marquesas
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports at 4 p. m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT OF THE HA
WAIIAN ISLANDS, ISLAND OF
OAIIU. IN ADMIRALTY.
In the matter of n petition for the sale
of the llarkentlne "William Car
son." Petition for Sale
To tho Mnishal of the Hawaiian Isl
ands nnd his Deputy, Whomsoever,
WHEREAS, tho Judgo of tho Clicult
Court of tho First Circuit, of the Ha
waiian islands, Island of Oahu, In n
ceitain business, civil nnd maritime,
nuncd and prosecuted lieforo him In
bald Couit ngalnst tho Raikcntluo
"William Coreon," wheieof John Plltz
Is now master, now lying submerged
nnd wiecked about two miles fiom the
hiubor of Honolulu, her tackle, apparel
nnd furniture, and against nil persons
lawfully Interfering for their Interest
therein, has dcciced a warrant for ls
biio for snlo of Bald ship (Justice bo ic
qulilng.) You no thcrcforo by these
picscnt, chnrged nud commanded, that
you cxposo or causo to bo exposed, tho
aforesaid batkeutlne "William Car
bon," her (ncklc, apparel, furultuio and
that you sell or cause tho samo to ho
sold to the best bidder, and that you
bring or causo to bo brought tho money
utlslng fiom said salo Into tho legls
try of this Court Immediately after Bald
hale, for tho ubo of tho persons who
shall bo entitled thereby; that nt the
namo time, you duly transmit tho ac
count of such snlo subscribed by you
to tho nforcsald Judgo of said Couit,
together With these presents,
WITNESS tho Honorablo W. L.
Stanley, 2d Judge of tho afore
said Court at Honolulu the 22d
day of January , A, D. 1900.
Clerk Judiciary Dep't.
Order Is hereby Issued to tho Mar
shal of the Republic of Hawaii direct
ing him to soil at public miction nt
twelve o'clock noon Saturday, Jnnuary
27th, A. D. 1900, at tho Judiciary Build
ing In Honolulu tho Darkcntlno "Wil
liam Carson," hor tacklo, apparel and
furnlturo to tho highest bidder, first
Giving notice of said salo by publica
tion dally In tho Pacific Commercial
Dy tho Court,
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Dated Honolulu, II. I Junuaiy 22,
In puisuanco of tho nbovo writ, dl-
icctcd to tho Mnrshat of tho Ropubllc
of Hawaii or his Deputy, I will cxposo
tho barkcntlno "William Carson," her
tncklc, apparel, furnlturo and other
appuitcnnnces thereto belonging, nt
public sale, to tho best bidder at 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, tho 27th day
of January, 1900, nt tho Judiciary
Building, In Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
CHAS. F. CHILLINQWORTH,
Deputy Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, January 22, 1900.
The Bulletin can satisfy j
all your WANTS. It has
established a WANT
Cheaper Than Dirt
It 33 Queen Street
'ill mi's Sale
Hy direction of Helle I. Jones, Guardian
of Edwin Austin Jones, Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, and acting unJer and by virtue of
an order Issued out of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
January, iqoo, I am directed to sell at
public auction, at my salesroom in the city
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Saturday,
the 27th day of January, iooo, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, all the right,
title and Interest of said minors, being an
undivided half of, In and to all those cer
tain pieces or parcels of land situate at
Walkane, District of Koolaupoko, Island
of Oahu, and more particularly described
as follows :
1. All that land described in R. P. 186,
L. C. A. 572J and 8095 to Kalkalna, more
particularly described as follows:
Apana 1. 6 lol kalo me ke Kakuahale
Mamane. E hoomaka ma ke kihl Hema
makal 0 keia ma ke klhl o ka pa hau, ke
klhl nkau makal 0 ko Alakakukie pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e holo ana He, 6o Kom.
2.51 Kaul. ma ka pa hau, ma ko Makn
kukae, a hlkl I ka llhl kae pall I ke klhl
Ak. makal o ka lol 0 Kaheana; Alalia He.
75H Kom. 2.38 Kaul. Ihoana ma ka pall
a pll ana ma Ka auwai ma ko Kaheana;
He. 55J4 Kom. 1.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a hlkl I Ke Klhl Hema mauka 0 keia:
alalia Ak. 15; Kom. 2.50 Kaul. ma ko
Kaheana nine ko Ku a hlkl I ke kumu
pall; alalia Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a hlkl I ko Kaheana mala ulu; alalia
Ak. 06 Hlk. 2.25 Kaul. ma ko Kahuna, a
pll ana a hlkl i ka llhl kae pall, alalh Ak.
59 2-4 HI, 1.90 Kaul. ma kula a hlkl 1 ka
puhala, ke kihl akau makal o keia, a ke
Klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku kahua. Alalia
He. W4 HI. 2.04 Kaul. ma ko Ku Kahua
hale a hlkl I kahl I hoomaka!. Maloko o
la Apana 1 n-ico Eka.
Anana 2, 0 lol. Mamane. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal o keia kahl e
walho ana He. Gi Kom. 73 Pauku mal ke
klhl Hema mauka 0 ki Apana 1 mal, pill
ana hoi me na lol elui 0 Kaheana ame
kahl lol nahelehele. A e holo ana He.
49H Kom. ma ka auwai ma ko Kahe3na;
alalia He. 25M HI. 85 pauku ma ko Ka
heana; alalia ma kahl waiho wale He. 14
Kom 96 pauku, a He. 62 45 Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwai. Alalia Ak. Ao't HI. Iho
ana ma ka auwai; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom.
1.44 Kaul. a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poallma. Alalia ma ka lol poallma
Ak. i6ji Kom. 88 pauku; a HI. 75 Kom.
2.5G Kaul. Alalia Ak. 18? Kom. 1.50
Kaul. a hlkl 1 ke kumupall. Alalia ma ke
kumupali a ma ka auwai. Ak. Go HI. 1.05
Kaul., a Ak. 7614- HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hlkl
I ke klhl Akau mauka o ko Ku lol;
alalia ma ko Ku He. 11? HI. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 Hi. i.GG Kaul., a He. 28K HI 40
Pauku a hlkl I ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 HI. 71 Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlkl I kahl I hoomaka!.
Pacific Import Co.
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have ust opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and All-Over Embroid
eries 1,000 pieces of Embroid
eries of all grades in widths and
qualities to select from, high
novelties in new patterns that
must be seen to be appreciated.
Having imported the same direct
from the largest manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able to
sell the same at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
MALOKO IA APANA 1 EKA.
Anana 3, t lol. Kahal.10. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Akau makal 0 kel.i pill ana i
na I )l o Kuluahl ame ko Kaukl; a e holo
ana He. 47'A HI. 1 Kaul. ma ko Kuluahl,
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 11 keia; alalia
He. 45 Kom. t.48 Kaul. ma ke akaakal;
alalia Ak. 43 t5 Kom. 1. 18 Kaul. ma ko
Kapule: alalia Ak. 50 Hi. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl a hlkl I kahl I hoomakal.
Maloko o la Apana 15-100 Eka.
2nd. All that portion of the land de
scribed in R. P. :58, L. C A. 59:9 to
Paliuhulu, as Is described In deed of
Palauliulu to Nakea, dated Alay, 1857,
and of record In Liber 27 on page 410.
3,rd. All that land, being a portion of the
maka Inlf of R. P. 158, L. C. A. 5919, to
Pa lauhulu, more particularly described as
Beginning at the northwest corner of tho
land of M. Phillips & Co. adjoining the
Protestant church yard, and running south
33 East 5.25 chains along the line dividing
the mauka from the makal half of R. P.
158; thence south GjWest 1 95-100 chains
along the land of Puka to the Government
road: thence north iA West .io rh.iln.
along the Government road to the Protes
tant cnurcn yam; tnence north G East
t.95 chains along the said church yard to
the point of commencement. Cuntnlntnir
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
4tn. i-ive undivided shares or Interest In
the land known as the Ahupuaa of Wal
kane, and held and owned by a number of
people as tenants In common, and called
the Hul of Walkane.
;tll. All that land .it Knmumit. VVnl.
kane aforesaid, and more particularly de
scribed In R. P. 152, L. C. A. 6051, to
gether with dwelling houses, cook house,
servants' dwellings, stable and bath house
6th. That certain spring of waterknown
as Ulawlnl, situate In the Ahunuaa of
Walkane, conveyed by the officers of said
Hul of Walkane to P. C. Jones, together
with the pines leadlne the water frnm
said spring to the last above mentioned
7th. Lease frjm the officers of said Hul
of Walkane of about ten acres of land
known as the Peterson lot; rent paid In
lull to October 1st, 1907.
8tlt. Note for i!20 secured hv mnrtrr.-nm
dated May 17, 1893, at 12 per cent per
annum, made bv Pinl to Peterson, Larsen
and Hopkins, of his Interest In the Hul of
Tne property above described has for
the most part been used as a country resi
dence, and has on a portion thereof two
dwelling houses, onthouses, stables, etc.,
all In good order and condition. A portion
of the land's three pieces are leased, and
bring in a rental of J155 a year.
P. C. Jones, Esq., who Is the owner of
the other undivided half of said property,
has consented to a sale of his half at the
same time and place, and will join In the
deed for his half Interest with the Guar
dian, so that the party buying can secure
the whole property. The five shares In
the Hul of Walkane represent nearly a
sixth Interest In between 1,500 and 1,600
acres, consisting of Kula and rice land, tho
land being known as the Ahupuaa of
Upset price for all the above property
will be 1 12,000.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1900.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
J. F. MORGAN, .