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THE EVENING BULLETIN: IIONOLULU, II. 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 24, 1U0O.
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
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Will b: us;d very freily for the nsxt 6 or 8 minth? so we wish again
to call the attention of all mill m;n and users of machinery to our TROPIC
LUURIC TIN j OILS. For years tl Is brand lus been useJ on these Isl
ands iii.l eich seism th: Jm.mJ hai Increase.! so tint this year we have
luJtitit'. 1 a special oil warehouse at Kikialto to hold the hundreds of
barrels of oils we have to carry In stock. Tropic Cylinder, Engine, Ma
chine, Dynamo and Carbo Oils are the ones you want If you want every
thing to run smoothly.
Benton Boiler Compounds.
This compound is entirely vegetable, c:ntalns no oil or acid, It being a
natural preservative for Iron or steel. It rots the scale In the boiler and
gradually clems sime. After the boiler becomes clean, the Compound, If
us-d according to directions, will keep the scale forming properties of the
water in the form of solution or pendent, and the boiler can be kept clean,
and the sc lie form n; properties of siid water can be blown out In the form
of mud. It Is a great saver of fuel as It will clean and keep clean any
buler. Let us send you a banel on trial, no pay If not sitlsfactory.
Packings, Waste, Compounds, Engineers' tools and supplies of all kinds.
E. 0. HALL & S
in Cot. "Port- and Kinor Sts.
Britain's Reply Is
Far From Satisfactory
Wnshlimton. Jan. 1 1. Thin Govern
ment Is not nearly so well batlsfled
with (Jrent Ilrltalu's answer in respect
to the Hour sclzairea ns earlier dis
patches Indicated. The concessions nro
far from IicIiik whnt was leprcscnted
on the day Embassador Choato was
given tho British reply. Tho state
ment ot tho character of tho reply wna
mailo public In London. This state
ment was cabled to the United States
and printed licforo Embassador Cltoatc
could reach tho Embassy nntl put In
cipher tho purport of tho communica
tion mndo to lilm by Lord Salisbury.
According to tho Inspired news
Great Urltnln hnd, with pleasing
promptness, acicded to tliu American
contention that food bitpplles wero not
contraband and had released tho Hour.
Such Information was calculated to
stlmulato cordiality In tho United
States toward Great Britain, especial
ly In view of tho fact that nosuch con
ccssUms hnd heen mndo In rcxpoiibe
to the representations of tho German
Government. When Embassador
Choate's dispatches came along nnd
wero translated, however, tho Presi
dent nnd Secretary Hay wero surprised
to lenrn tho British answer did not nt
nil Justify dispatches which had been
Rent out from London nnd which had
been accepted ns reliable by tho United
States Government ns well as by tho
people. Tho British nuswer was not
conclusive. It wns rather evasive It
was satisfactory only to tho extent that
It did not directly deny tho position
taken by this Government and left tho
Vay open for further diplomatic nego
tiations. It Is n question of no small concern
to tho Administration that tho public
has been so misled by tho London dis
patches, which wero ovldently given
unwarranted coloring by British au
thority and npparontly intended
effect upon public opinion in this conn-
tiy. Tho situation Is nggravatcd, too,
by tho fact that n resolution was of'
forcd In tho Senato calling for Informa
tion regarding tho flour seizures on the
very day tho misleading report was
sent out from London, Tho statement
that Great Diltaln had acknowledged
tho Justlco of claims of this Govern
ment wns accepted by everybody as tho
end of tno affair.
From Embassador Choato's official
dispatches tho Incident Is not closed by
any means. Tho truth is that Great
Britain holds to a position regarding
tho right ot search nnd sclzuro ns un
satisfactory to tho United States as to
Germany. Tho latest instructions to
Embassador Choato show this Qovorn
ment if) not pleased with tho answer of
Cos coupon and 25 cents secures
you a splendid historical review of
Ihe Spanish war In the Philippines.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King 8t.
Persons owning safes In the burned dis
trict, and desiring to remove the same, are
requested to make written application
therefor to Robertson it Wilder, attorney
for the Hoard of Health, Riving a descrip
tion thereof and the locality of same at the
time of the fire.
Dated? 'Jami.iry 23, 1000.
C. B WOOD,
437-3t President Board of Health.
Kihel Assessment Notice.
FIFTH ASSESSMENT of 10 percent
orSs.oo per share v as due January 1, 1900
and will be subject to penalty from the 1st
of February, payable at the offices of
Alexander & Baldwin.
J. P. COOKE,
M37'2t Treas. Klhei Plantation Co.
Nnliilui Sugar Company.
SECOND ASSESSMENT of 5 per cent
or Si. 00 per share due December 1, i&jy,
payable at the offices of Alexander &
Baldwin, Judd building, is now subject to
penalty and will be delinquent on the 31st
January, toco. J. P. COOKE,
1437-Gt Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co.
FOURTH ASSESSMENT of ?ocents per
share due December 1st, 1899, Is now sub
ject to penalty, and will be delinquent
January 31st, 1900.
FIFTH ASSESSMENT of 50 cents per
share Is now due and payable.
SIXTH ASSESSMENT of 50 cents per
hare will be due and payable on the 1st
of February, 1900.
All assessments are payable at the of
fice of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing. J. P. COOKE,
M37-2t Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
We beg to notify our customers and the
public generally that In conformity with
the resolutions passed by the Board of
Health and the Citizen's Sanitary Com
mittee, our stores both on Bethel and Fort
and King streets will, until further notice,
open daily (Sundays excepted) at 10 a. m.
and close at 3 p. in. Our wagons will
make one delivery only from each store
dally, and we request our patrons to place
their orders as early as thev conveniently
can. We will take orders up to 1:30 p. m.
for delivery the same day. Orders re
ceived after 11:30 p. m. will be delivered
the following day.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 22, 1900. 1437-41
Practice limited to Surgery
JK5j2a,.i. In Ibit eclumr ill bi iautttJ atlfttnll
- a limfint tmtttlon; to ceitti iceonJ into
tttn; lo tints a uxtk and soetntta mvntb. Ibitittht
ebtafelt a htrtttint ver offtrcJ Ibi ftot1! f tttmalulu.
1 OST I'iKtal Sivlne'j PUnk PASS HOOK No
L- in, U. Hct.irn to S K NAKAI'AAIII' nl
Lewl& Co., lit I'orl street, Honolulu i40-iw
I OST A CIIATELAISD co-tilnlru ab"iil $io on
- llffr tanla slre-l. h!tvn Port an! II P Wlcli
man's home on Vict irla sr t finder will recehe
a tgwatl by leaving si me jil thlsofll.e mo at
I OST Small Sorrel Mite, Suitable rewarj II re
L turneJ to II P llerlelman's shop, Klnir street,
or residence at WalkUI. 1418-tf
nOK SALE An Olfi.'ers Room to accommoJate
' two rasseng-rs per Australia leavlnjr to-norrow
Cnqulrc ol J, A, Mariner at Wall, Nichols Co.
COR SLn-A erv desirable PltCD OP IM
r PROVfcD PROPERTY, containing arout 0.000
square feet on Maklkl Plains, Principals only, AJ
Jress "No, 8," this office. Mio-im
FOR SALE A jxd Anthony Camera,
back, with wide ancle Morrison lens.
SALE A jsd Anthony Camera, reversible
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL
T CITY. Ilyj. M. VIVAS,
PARTS OP THE
FOR SALE A new COTTAGE of elsht rooms nJ
bath: crounJs nicely laid out: stable and out
One lot 7j x is-.; water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 7J x iij
All on Collece street. For further particulars
apply to V M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
WANTED Cottace furnished or unfurnished, S
M-Uulletin ofhee. Nll-iw
llANTED A competent experienced bookkeeper
VV and office mm, bv an old established firm. Ap
ply to L. C. this office, stillng experience references
and salary desired A permanent position for a suit
able man, u-8-U
ANTED Men to know that they can Ret shaved
bv whit barber for tfm
619H Hut mrtet. orp- Club Stable
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; moderate rates. MR. MUM, care People's
Express Co ; or General Delivery, P O. iwtf
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
eeneral housework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply G M.. Hulletln office 1 i6g
TO LET j New Cottages at Pu
pitted, ready to occupy Janus
Several Cottaces on Kings nc
unahou, nearly com-
anuarv 1st. 1000,
Cottages on Klnes not far from town on
A Residence at Walklkl on the beach. Immediate
possession cK en. Apply to
No. )io I'orl street.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Dost
rooms and attendance In city. tj)
NEW YORK, A HEATHEN CITY
New York, Jan. 1C Miss Helen R
Claik of tho Evangel band, addressing
a Methodist preachers' meeting In this
city on "tho religious condition of Now
York city," said that ns a heathen city
Now York can beat Toklo; that hero
there aro 1,300,000 persons without any
religious nflUlatlon nt nil which num
ber is 100,000 more than tho population
ot T0W0, tho second largest heathen
city in the world.
Among other figures which MIhs
Clark used wero these:
"On Manhattan island thcro nro
nearly 5,500 peoplo to every Protestant
church. Only nbout seven per cent of
tho population nro members of Protest
nut churches and that Is a loss of about
one per cent since tho ccpbus of 1890.
Thero has not been nn actual loss in
numbers, but tho dlfferenco In per
centage is duo to tho steady btream of
foreigners, 3,000 11 week, who keep
Only 19 per cent of our population
In Manhattan had even ono parent born
In this country. In tho Greater New
York thero nio ono million tlirco hun
dred thousand persons without any re
ligious affiliation at nil. In making
this calculation, I cxcludo tboso who
havo afllllated with any religious body,
Protestant Catholic, Jewish, Buddhist,
or what not. Thus, down lit our neigh
borhood, thero nro 50,000 ltultnns, but
tho Catholics do not claim to havo
moio man b.uuu or tnem in ineir
"In ono ward In Brooklyn thero Is n
population ot 25,000 and not a slnglo
Protestant church or mission. In our
East SIdo Hebrew Quarter, in n popula
tion of moro than 200,000 only nlne-
tcnths ot ono per cent nro members ot
"In ono of tho lower East Sldo wards
tho rrrests mado In n year nro ono
thlrd ns many as tho numbor of peo
"In tho Dakotas tho Protestant
church membership Is 18 per cent ot
tho population; in Texas it la 29, nnd In
South Carolina tho highest In tho
country tho pcrcentnso is only 43.
"Thero nro moro non-Christians in
Now York city than In tho cntlro west
ern half of tho country."
Nnvy Olllccp Suicides.
Washington, Jnn. 11. Tho following
cablegram has been received nt tho
Navy Department from Admiral Schley
commanding tho South Atlantic stn
tlon: "Montevideo, Jnn. 11. To tho Sec
retary ot tho Navy: Lieutenant Com
mander P. B. Grecno committed sulcldo
Wednesday evening. Arrangements
havo been mado for his burial ashore
A board is appointed to oxamlno tho
circumstances of tho caso and report"
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Weather Butenu. Punahou, Jnn. 21.
Temperatuie Morning minimum,
Gl; Midday maximum, 75.
Barometer at 'i a. in. :in.02. Steady.
Dew Point C7 V.
Humidity at 9 n. 111. 90 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Stntton, Jan,
21, Weather cloudy; wind light N.
Uktne, Jane L. Stanford oft port.
Wednesday, Jan. 21.
Stmr. Claudliie, from Maul.
Am. hktne. W. II. Blmond, Nelson,
from Snn Krnncisco, Jnn. 9; 800 tons
gen'l muse to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Tuesday, Jan. 23.
Am. schr. Win. H. Smith, for the
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Wnlnleale, Green, for Ilaim
miiulu, A hul; I nl nnd Elecle nt 4 p. m.
Walluku. Januarv 22. The American
steamer Cleveland, Captain Klltgard, nr
rled at Kahulul last Wednesday 1 1 davs
from San Francisco with 1450 tons of gen
eral merchandise consisting water pipes
for the Walluku and Kahulul waters, and
also general merchandise and sl.s mules
on deck. The captain reports that on the
first day out, the Cleveland encountered
very heavy weather which necessitated
her going ' back to San Francisco and re
mained In port for three days (during
which time some say she fixed her machi
nery, and then started again on the 5th
Instant arriving here as designed. Heavy
southeast stoi ins weie again experienced on
the way to Kahulul. The Cleveland is
expected to leave for San Francisco with
about 1200 tons ot sugar next weunesuay.
The Cleveland was formally one of the
United States Transports that went to
Manila. and It Is cenemllv known In Ho
nolulu and also Kahulul as the old tramp
steamer "Kahulul "
The barkentlne Mary Wlnkelman, Cap
tain Bremecahe. arrived In Kahulul last
Saturday, 27 days from Tacoma with 1200
bl) s of me and 100.000 feet or lumber lor
Alexander and Baldwin. The captain re
ported fine weather nil the wav. I lie
Wlnkelman will load back with sugar for
'1 he schooner Weatherwax, Captain
S.rrenson, will leave next Thursday, Jan.
25, with Gjo tons of sugar for San Fran
cisco. '1 he other forelcn vessels on Maul now
are the brlgantlne Lurllne which arrived
at Kahulul from San Francisco last
Wednesday, 18 days from San Francisco
and now awaiting for her chance to dis
charge her cargo after the departure of the
steamer Cleveland, and also the bark Ed
ward May and schooner Meta Nelson,
both unloading their cargoes of coal and
lumber respectively at Kihel.
Weather fine, light southerly winds pre
Fortune by Misfortune.
San Frnnclsco, Jan. 10. John J. Ma-
geo, wortn ?n,uou,uuu, owner 01 a pnia
I tlal residence In Tarls and of wharf
iiflvtlnrrna enffnn Tllniltntlntia flfltl ntl-
other palatial rcsldenco In Guatemala,
died in tho Occidental Hotel nt t
o'clock yesterday morning after a brief
illness. In 1874 ho was a British Vice
Consul in the town ot San Joso dc
Guatemala. The commnmlanto ot the
place became violently Incensed ono
April day and had him brutally flogged
by Guatemalan soldiers. Tho British
Government demanded and obtained
an abject apology and further compell
ed Guatemala to pay Magee $500 for
every ono of tho 100 lashes that had
heen delivered upon his bare back.
With that painfully won fortuno of
$300,000 In cash Magee laid the founda
tion of his great wealth.
Ho arrived horo n few days ago on
his way from his Parisian homo to his
plantations in Central America. In
nppearnnco ho was a refined nnd ex
tremely well dressed man nbout 55
years of age. Ills death was quite un
expected. On to Manila!
A Complete History of
the Campaign of the Vol
unteer Troops in the
Philippines, with an Ac
count of their first Re
ception in Honolulu.
..A Limited Number
..cents each by
on Sale at 25
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Rule Bazaar,
E. W. Jordan.
It 33 Queen Street
By direction of Belle F. Jones, Guardian
of Edwin Austin Jones, Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, nnd acting unJer and by virtue of
an order Issued out of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
January, 1000, I am directed to sell nt
public auction, at my salesroom In the city
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Saturday,
the 27th day of January, 1900, 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 Koolaunoko, Island
of Oahu, and more particularly described
as follows :
1. All that land described In R. P. 186,
L. C. A. 5721 and 8095 to Kalkaina, more
particularly described as follows:
Apana t. 6 lol kalo me ke Kakuahale
Mamane. E hoomaka ma ke klhl Hema
makal 0 kela ma ke klhl o ka pa hau, ke
klhl akau makal 0 ko Makakukae pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e holo ana He, 0o'2 Kom.
2.51 Kaul. ma ka pa hau, ma ko Maka-
kukae, a lilkl 1 ka mil kae pall I ke klhl
Ak. makal 0 ka lol o Kaheana; Alalia He.
751 Kom. 2.38 Kaul. Iho ana ma ka pali
a pll ana maka auw.il ma ko Kaheana;
He. 55V Kom. 1.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema mauka 0 kela;
alalia Ak. 15; Kom. 2.50 Kaul. ma ko
Kaheana ame ko Ku a hlkl I ke kumu
pall; alalia Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a hlkl ! ko Kaheana mala tilu; alalia
Ak. 60 Hlk. 2.25 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana, a
pit ana a hlkl I ka 1 i til kae pall, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI, 1.90 Kaul. ma kula a hlkl I ka
puhala, ke klhl akau makal 0 kela, a 1
klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku kahua. Alalia
He. 3U2 HI. 2.04 Kaul. ma ko Ku Kahua
hale a hlkl I kahl I hoomaka!. Maloko o
la Apana 1 lj-too Eka.
Apana 2, 0 lol. Mamane. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela kahl e
walho ana He. 3i Kom. 73 Pauku mal ke
klhl Hema mauka 0 ka Apana 1 mal, pill
ana lioi me na lol elua 0 Kaheana ame
kahl lol nahelehele. A e holo ana He.
4o?J Kom. ma ka auwal ma ko Kaheana;
alalia lie. yA HI. 85 pauku ma ko Ka
heana; alalia ma kahl walho wale He. 14
Kom 96 pauku, a He. 62 4; Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwal. Alalia Ak. 40X HI. Iho
ana ma ka auwal; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom.
1.4a Kaul. a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poallma. Alalia ma ka lol poallma
Ak. di Kom. 88 pauku; a HI. 75 Kom.
2.56 Kaul. Alalia Ak. 18; Kom. 1.50
Kaul. a hlkl I ke kumupall. Alalia ma ke
kumupall a ma ka auwal. Ak. Co HI. 1.05
Kaul., a Ak. idH HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hlkl
i ke klhl Akau mauka o ko Ku lol;
alalia ma ko Ku He. H HI. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 HI. 1.O6 Kaul.. a He. 28J HI 40
Pauku a hlkl I ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 HI. 71 Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlkl I kahl 1 hoomakal.
Pacific Import Co.
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have just 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.
Apana 3. 1 lol. Kahalao. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Akau makal 0 kela pill ana I
na hi 0 Kuluahl ame ko Kaukl; a e holo
ana He. 47' HI. t Kaul. ma ko Kuluahl,
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema maka' o kela; alalia
He. 45 Kom. t.48 Kaul. ma ke akaakal;
alalia Ak. 43 15 Kom. 1.18 Kaul. ma ko
Kapule; alalia Ak. 50K HI. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl .1 hlkl I kahl I hoomakal.
Maloko 0 la Apana 15-100 Eka.
2nd. All that portion of the land de
scribed in R. P. 158, L. C. A. 5919 to
Pal.tuhulu, as Is described In deed of
Palauhulu to Nakea, dated May, 1857,
and of record In Liber 27 on page 410.
3rd. All that land, being a portion of the
makal half of R. P. 158, L. C. A. 5919, to
Palauhulu, more particularly described as
Beginning at the northwest comer of the
land of At. 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 61 West 1 95-100 chains
along the land of Puka to the Government
road; thence north 33H West 5.30 chains
along the Government road to the Protes
tant church yard; thence north 64 ,V East
1.9; chains along the said church yard to
the point of commencement. Containing
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
4II1. Five 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.
5th. All that land at Kumunul, Wal
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 water known
as Ulawlnl, situate In the Ahupuaa of
Walkane. conveyed by the officers of said
Hul of Walkane to P. C. Jones, together
with the pipes leading the water from
said spring to the last above mentioned
7tlf. Lease frjm the officers of said Hul
of Walkane of about ten acres of land
known as the Peterson lot; rent paid in
full to October 1st, 1907.
8th. Note for 120 secured by mortgage
dated May 17, 1800, at 12 per cent per
annum, made by Pinl to Peterson, Larsen
nnd Hopkins, of his Interest In the Hul of
Tne property above described has for
the most part bcn used as a country resi
dence, and has on a portion thereof two
dwelling house, onthwises, stables, etc.,
all In good order and condition. A portion
of the land's three pieces are leased, and
bring In a rental of 5155 a year.
I'. -. Jones, usq,, who is me owrr 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 tho
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, the
land being known as the Ahupuaa of
Upset price for all the above property
will be 12,000.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1900.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
14 '9 Auctioneer.