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niii ntisMNU IJUJjIjliTlN: HONOLULU, II. 1., THUHSDAY, JANUAIIY 25, 111(10.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
HEADQUARTERS FOR DISINFECTANTS:
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
Will b: used very freely for the next 6 or 8 months so we wish again
to all the attentioiof all mill men anJ users of michlnery to our TROPIC
LUBRICATING OILS. For years tt Is brand his been useJ on these Isl
ands an J eich s? ism th; JmmJ hn Increased so that this yeir we have
InJ ti bind a special oil warehouse at ICalmko to hold the hundreds of
barrels of oils we have to carry In stoch. Tropic Cylinder, Engine, Ala
chine, Dynamo and C.irtw 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
KM Ju illy clems suns. After th: boiler becomes clem, 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 s; lie fornm; p-opjrtle of siid water can bj blown out In the form
of mud. It lsagreit siverof fuel as it will clein wd keep clean any
b.iiler. Let us seal yoj.i binel on trial, no piy If not sitisfactory.
Packings, Waste, Compounds, Engineers' tools and supplies of all kinds.
M Uor. Jro-pt nna tviaortSr
TOO MUCH FOR BRITISH.
nenshurR, Jan. 12. Ocncral French
Is now behind tho Uocrs, cutting off
thuir posslblltlcs of retreat. A small
detachment of carbineers reconnoltcr
ed tho enemy's Hank nnd discovered
the enemy COO stroiiR In n langcr flvo
miles to tlio south nnd east of Strom
berg." Tho Drltish Bcoutu retired safe
and Colonel Porter soon followed tip
tho reconnaissance with n forco com
posed of tho Household Cavalry, tho
New Zealand troops nnd n contingent
of four guiiH. They succeeded In oc
cupying Sllngcrsfontoln, five miles
cast of the enemy's position nnd flvo
miles from Norval's pont. Tho llocrs
discovered tho movement nnd inado u
vigorous attack, hut tho British guns
forced them to retire.
Simultaneously another Drltish bat
tery advanced on tho plain near tho
railroad connecting Colcsburg with
Itcnsberg. Tho Doer guns, however,
proved too much for tho Drltish, bot'j
In rango and accuracy, nnd tho lattor
wcio forced to retiro, having soverol
JAPAN GUTS WAULIKH.
Vancouver, Jin. n. There Is abund
ant evidence In the Japanese press of the
probability that Japan is drifting into a
war with Russia. The Japanese apparent
ly do not shrink from the dangers of such
a conflict, their government having recent
ly given an order In England for one hun
dred thousand suits of warm winter cloth
ing for Japanese soldiers In preparation for
a campaign In Russia. The Kobe Chronl
cle asserts that a Japanese cruiser, with a
large force of soldiers on board, recently
called from a Japanese port under sealed
orders, and that three transports have betn
chartered to carry troops to Korea. The
following is a specimen of Japanese jour
nalistic opinion. "The Japanese are con
vlnced that to permit Russia to acquire
Korea or establish Russian ascendancy In
Northern China would be strategically,
politically and commercially a drnrilu
menace to Japan's rapidly developing
strength. Japan believes her navy Is
strong enough to attack Russia, and the
general opinion Is that the interests of the
two nations are so conflicting that It is Im
possible to avoid a rupture In the near
" And what a wealth of cninv
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
O o Manila.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
it. jm. fuutu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. In the
matter of the Bankruptcy of Simpson
Decker of Honolulu.
Upon reading and filing the petition of
Simpson Decker o Honolulu, Oahu, alleg
ing that more than six months have elaps
ed since lie was adjudicated a bankrupt,
and praying for a discharge from all his
It is ordered that Friday January 26th,
iqoo, In Aliiolanl Hale, Honolulu, at 10
a. in. of tint day, at Chambers, be, and
the same is hereby appointed for the hear
ing of said petition, at which time and
place all creditors who have proved their
claims against said Bankrupt may appear
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said Bankrupt should not be
By the Court:
P. D. KliLLIiTT, JR.,
Honolulu, January 9, 1900. M23-9t
We beg to notify our customers and the
public generally that in conformity with
tlie 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 dally (Sundays excepted) at 10 a. m.
and close at 3 p. m. Our wagons will
make one delivery only from each store
daily, and we request our patrons to place
their orders as early as they conveniently
can. We will take orders up to i:jo p. m.
for delivery the same day. Orders re
ceived after 1:30 p. m. will be delivered
the following day.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. 22, 1900. M)7-4t
Naliiku Sugar Company.
SECOND ASSESSMENT of 5 per cent
or? 1. 00 per share due December i, 1899,
payable at the offices of Alexander &
Baldwin, Judd building, is now subject to
penalty and will be delinquent on the 31st
January, 1900. J. P. COOKE,
1437-Ct Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co.
The annual meeting of the HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO., will 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, Jan 23, 1900, 1436-1 w
rT tlimfiil lnutllm; la rtl ,. Imir
'.. to rfffi . ftw A tnJ (o fi , lttiittlx
hjptil JurhHt vtr 9fftrtJ Itfiletl nf llntialutu
t OSr-luttl Sivhie lUnklMSS llCKlK No
- i.i I) HrUtn in S K MMCAPAsM' l
lrl5i Co. in Inn tlfftt Honolulu HH
LUST Small Sorrel Mir. Suitable trwarj II re
tutneJIoll l: llerttlman'. liup, King Uriel,
or itiMrnccat Wlkll. uiS-tl
COR SvLh A vmv dlfbl. PILCH or IM-
PHOVhU I'HOPFRTV. contilnlnir aDoul'w.ooo
tquarr Ifrl on Miklkl Plains. Principals only, AJ
dress "No. )8." Ihls office. mo-tm
FOR SAL A , Antlmny Camera, reversible
back, with wlJe angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnls office I4i8-'l
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PA UTS OF THE
ITY. IN J M. VIVAS. n8
FOR SALE A new COTTAOE ol elEht rooms anJ
bath: crounis nicely tali out: stable anJ out
One lot JJ x m: water laM on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 7J x us
All on Collet, street. For further part culars
FPly to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
ANTED CoMaf fumlitieJ vr unfurnUheJ, S
m uuiiciin omce. Mj)iw
WANTED A competent experlenceJ bookkeeper
ani nffite mm. bv an oli establUheJ firm. An
ply to L C this office, ttlne ctperlence references
ani salary JeslreJ A permanent position lor a suit
able man mStf
WANTED Men to know that they can pet shaved
bv a white barber for u cents at ft. JfcFFS.
6 1 9 M Fort street, opp. Club Stables
URITIKG AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate-
moJerat rates. MW. MUAt. care Pennle
Express Co : or General Delivery, P. O. nQtf
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
ceneral housework ani care of children. Refer
ences requlrei Apply G. M., liulletln oflice m6q
TO LPT New Cottages at Punahou, nearly com
rletei. reaJv to occur v January ist. iqoo.
Sevral Cott tees on tunes not far from town on
A R"Uence at Wa'klkl on the beach. ImmcJtate
possession Riven, Apply to
No )io 1 nrt street
rHE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort ht. t
' rooms ani attendance In city. i j jj
The reKUI.it quarterly meeting of the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.,
will b: held at its office In Honolulu, on
Friday, January 26th, at 10 o'clock .1. in.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, Jan. 19, igoo. 143S-1 1
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the GERMAN
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY held on the
24th Inst,, the following officers were
elected for the present term:
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, President.
Mr. J. F. Hackfeld, Vice-President and
Air. H. Schultze, Treasurer.
Mr. II. J. Nolte, Auditor.
J. F. Eckardt, Secretary.
JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,
Secretary German Benevolent Society.
For sale cheap at
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Itlock, King struct.
Kiliel Assessment Notice.
FIFTH ASSESSMENT of io percent
or S5.00 per share w asdue Jjnuary 1, 1900
and will be subject to penalty from the ist
of February, payable at the offices of
Alexander & Baldwin.
J. P. COOKE,
M37-2t Treas. Kiliel Plantation Co.
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.
fe Superbly Illustrated. 4
..A Limited Number on Sale at 25
-cents each by
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Thrum's Book Store,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Rule Bazaar,
E. W. Jordan.
Weather Iliircnu, 1'iinnhoii, .Inn. ".".
Ti'iiiprintiiro -- Morning minimum,
r9, Mlilmy maximum, "(i.
lmiotiieter at 1) n. m. 30.00 Htcnily
Dow Point rC V.
Humidity nl 9 n. m. 05 per rout.
UliiiiKiuil Ilcnd Blgnnl Station, .Tan.
23. Weather cloudy; wind light NV.
Thtirmlny, Jan, 2.',
Stmr. Kcmihou, Monitor, from Kl
lauca; 3,000 bags ougnr.
Wednesday, Jan. 21.
O. 8. S. Australia, Iiwleiis for Snn
Stmr. Upolu, Hcniilngflcti, for Ha
waii. Am. sp. Sintrnm, for the Sound.
Smtr. Wnlalcnle, drecn, for Kauai.
Stmr. Lchun, for Mololtal.
Stmr. Kinnu, Freeman, for Hllo.
Thursday, Jnn. 25.
Stmr. hvalanl, Gregory, for Lnluilna,
Mnnlaen, Kona nnd Ktui,
IIDALTII BOARD MHETS.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday afternoon all the members
The request of tho Citizens' Sanitary
Committee- that Judge Stanley be made
n member of that body was granted by
n unanimous vote.
President Wood said there was no
doubt nbout plague In tho Roth China
man case. Ho had not waited for tho
Hoard to net hut had ordered tho fire
department out to burn tho stnblo In
which tho Chinaman had lived. This
was dono In tho morning. Tho action
of tho president was approved.
A communication from the Citizens'
Sanitary Committee, to tho effect that
a lady hud refused one of tho Inspectors
admittance to her premises, was read.
Dr. Day stated that tho lady In ques
tion had seen him and complained of
tho rudeness of tho Inspector as her
reason fur refusing him admittance.
Tho matter was referred back to tho
Cominlttco with Dr. Day's statement.
Minister Cooper recommended tho
publication of n general law on this
point, requiring all people to open
their houses to any agent of the Hoard
Upon reading tho report of an Inspec
tor on tho unsanitary condition of Tnl
Kee's lodging house nt tho corner of
Pcnsacola nnd Ilcrctanln streets nnd
tho premises of Chinese, nt the corner
of Kliuui nnd I'llkol streets, tho Board
decided to visit these places and take
It was voted that tho Citizens' Sanl
tary Commlttco bo given n physician nt
their headquarters to answer calls that
come In from the Inspectors.
Firo Commissioner Drown reported
that It wns Impossible for tho chemical
engine to bo stationed for duty nt
Wninkamllo on account of tho rocky
naturo of the placo. Ho recommended
that flra plugs bo connected with the
water mains nnd thnt tho flro depait
ment send out 150 feet of hose.
A set of resolutions from tho Jour
neymen plumbers was read and refer
red to n committee.
It wns voted that tho shipment of
canned goods on island steamers bo
allowed after proper fumigation.
Little Hope lor Qmiy.
New York, Jnn. 12. A special to the
Times from Washington says: A Sen
ator who has been friendly to Mr. Quay
nnd who until recently expressed tho
hope thnt ho could bo seated, says that
ho docs not bcllovo It posslblo for Mr.
Quay to bo seated, and thnt his case
should not bo permitted to como to n
When tho Commlttco on Privileges
nnd Elections voted against Quay n
few days ago It was expected by tho
Quay men that enough Democratic
votes would bo secured to defent tho
majority report nnd glvo Mr. Quay tho
beat. Tho claim was mado that Scnn
tos Daniel, Martin, McLaurln nnd Sul
livan, nil Democrats, would voto for
him nnd so innko up tho necessary ma
jority. Senator Morgan was also
counted as ready to voto for Quay.
Later Information shows that pos
sibly only ono of theso Democrats will
voto for Quay. Tho others havo look
ed Into tho matter with caro and whllo
nil nro personally friendly to Quay they
cannot And any Justification In tho
practices of tho Scnato for such a
courso ns that proposed by Quay and
his friends. Quay's friends still In
sist that tho Sennto will never voto to
keep him out.
J The Bulletin can satisfy J
an your wain lb. it nas 4
established a W A N T 4
Cheaper Than Dirt
-Jltl Queen Street
Guardhin's Snlc o? Retil
By direction of Belle F. Jones, Guardian
of Edwin Austin Jones, Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, and acting un.ter and bv virtue of
nn 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, 1900, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, all the right,
title and interest of said minors, h lnp nn
undivided half of, In and to all those cer
tain pieces or parcels of land situate at
Waikane, District of Koolaunoko, Island
of Oahu, and more particularly described
as follows :
I. All that land described In R. P. 186,
L. C. A. 5723 and 8oo? to Kalkalna. more
particularly described as follows:
Apana 1. 0 101 Kao me .ke Kakuahale
Mam.me. E hoomnka ma ke kihl Hcma
malfal 0 kela ma ke klhl o ka n.-i li.nu. Up
klhl akau makal 0 ko Makakulcie pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e I10I0 ana He, (k,1 Kom.
2.51 Kaul. ma ka pa liau, ma ko Atnka
kukae, a hlkl I ka lihl kae pall I ke klhl
Ak. makal 0 ka lol 0 Kaheana; Alalia He.
75'.f Kom. 2.38 Kaul. Iho nna ma ka pall
a pll anamaua auwal ma ko Kaheana;
He. iV,i Kom. J.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema inauka 0 kela;
aiaiia ak. i5;4 Noin. 2.S0 Kaul. ma Ko
Kaheana ame ko Ku a hlkl I ke kumu
pall; alalia Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a h kl ! ko Kaheana mala ulu; alalia
"" " 11m. .5 iv.iui. ma ku rviiue.ina, a
pll ana a hlkl I ka lihl kae pall, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI. 1.00 Kaul. ma kula a hlkl I ka
puhala, ke klhl akau nnkal 0 kela, a ke
klhl Akiu mauka o ko Ku knhua. Alalia
He. 31K ill. 2.04 Kaul. ma ko Ku Kahu.v
Inle a hlkl I kali I I hnomakai, Maloko 0
la Apapa t 13-100 Eka.
Anana 2, 0 lol. Alam.ine. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela kahl e
walho ana He. 61 Kom. 73 Pauku mal ke
kihl Hema mauka 0 ka Apana 1 mal, pill
ana hoi me na lol elua 0 Kaheana ame
kahl lol nahelehele. A e liolo ana He.
49M Kom. ma ka auwal ma ko Kahona;
alalia He. 25IJ HI. 85 piuku ma ko Ka
hema; alalia ma kahl wa ho wale He. 14
Kom 96 pauku, a He. 62 45 Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwal. Alalia Ak. 40JJ Hi. iho
ana ma ka auwal; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom.
1.44 Kaul. a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poalima. Alalia ma ka lol poalima
Ak. di Kom. 88 pauku; a HI.?,' 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. Go HI. 1.05
Kaul., a Ak. j6U HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hlkl
I ke klhl Al:au mauka o ko Ku lol;
alalia ma ko Ku He. 11 U HI. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 HI. 1.66 Kaul., a He. 28,' HI 40
Pauku a hlkl I ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 HI. 71 Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlkl 1 kahl I hoomakal.
Pacific Import Go.
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 t EKA.
Anan.i 1, 1 lol. K.1I1.1I.10. E hoomaka
1111 ur Idlll Aliii inilnl n l.U ,lll ..... 1
na I tl o kuhiahl ame n Kaukl; a e holo
anniie.47;i "- I Nam. 111.1 ko Klllilahl,
.1 Mild I 1(1- If I til Helm m-itjil .1 IaI... -.UN-
He. 45 K.0111. 1.48 Kaul. nu ke akaakal;
alalia Ak. 43 15 Kom. 1,18 Kaul. ma ko
Kapiile: alalia Ak. 50M III. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl n hlkl I kahl I hoomakal.
AiaioKU 0 la Apan.t 15-100 bka,
2nd. All that portion of the land de
scribed in K. P. 158, L. C A. 5919 to
Pahuliulu, as Is described in deed of
Palauliulu to Nakea, dated Alav, 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
Palauliulu, more particularly described as
Uetrlnnlntr nt th nnrt !..., ,..... 41
l! LM; itt ' . C0'. adJ!nI"c th.
. muii 1 yaru, nnu running south
1) Eat e.4e rnnlne nint 41.. 11 -jT-.i.ji
the mauka from the makal half of R. P.
158; thence south 63 West 1 95-100 chains
nlnni the l.imt nf Pnlr.i n il, r:.. .
road; thence north 33. West 5.30 chains
along the Government road to the Protes-
luni muitii yaru; inence norm 04, tast
1.95 chains along the said church yard to
the Point of fnmmpnf-m.nf. rnnt.tnnM
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
.. "."' V ve undivided shares or Interest In
the land known as the Ahupuaa of Wal-
Kane, anu neiu ana owned by a number of
People as tenants In common, and called
inc iiui ui vvamaue.
cth. All tliit I, I t fi,m,m.,i tur.i.
kane aforesaid, and more particularly de
scribed In R. P. 152, L. C. A. 6051, to-
fccuici wan uwciiiug nouses, cook nouse,
6th. That certain spring of water known
as Ulawlnl, situate In the Ahupuaa of
Waikane, conveyed by the officers of said
Hill of Waikane to P. C. Jones, together
with the pipes leading the water from
said spring to the last above mentioned
?tll. 1 Ma fritn IllM nttirvra nf .1.1 U..I
of Waikane of about ten acres of land
Known as tne reterson lot; rent paid In'
lull to October tst, 1907
8th Note for 120 secured by mortgage
dated Ala 17, xtyo, at 12 per cent per
nnnnm. innd Ur Pint tn P.l.r.n I ..
and Hopkins, of his Interest In the'Hul of
Tne property above described has for
flip mnt nnrt Iv.n iica1 ic .iHn. ...f.
dence, and has on a portion thereof two
uweninK nouses, oninouses, stables, etc.,
all In good order and condition. A portion
of the land's three pieces are leased, and
bring in a rental of S155 a year.
r. v. jones, esq., who is tne owner of
the other undivided half of said prcperty,
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 Waikane 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 1 1 2,000.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1900.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
J. F. MORGAN,
V'6'.r . W.t- Jii
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