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THE EVENING HULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, JANUAUY 2G, 11)00.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
HEftGQUARTEBS FOR DISINFECTANT
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
Will bi used very fresly for ttis next 6 or 8 nnnths so we wish again
to call the attentloi of all mill men and users of michlnery to our TR OPIC
LUURICA TING OILS. For yeirs tl Is brand his been used on these Isl
ands and eich seison the deminJ his Increased so that this year we have
hid to build a special oil warehouse it Kalrako to hold the hundreds of
barrels of oils we have to carry in stock. Tropic Cylinder, Engme, Ma
chine, Dynamo and Carbox 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 add, It being a
natural preservative for Iron or steel. It rots the scale In the boiler and
griduilly clems sunt. After the boiler becomes clem, the Compound, If
usd 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:ile form n; propirtlss of sild witercin be blown out In the form
of mud. It U a great siverof fuel as It will clean and keep clean any
boiK. Let us send you a binel on trial, no pay If not sitlsfactory.
Packings, Waste, Compounds, Engineers' tools and supplies of all kinds.
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fori- and TCino: Rte.
Persons owning safes In the burned dis
trict, and desiring to remove the same, are
requested to make written application
therefor to Robertson & Wilder, attorney
for the Board of Health, giving a descrip
tion thereof and the locality of same at the
time of the fire.
Dated, January 23, 1900.
C. B WOOD,
'4373t Presl.ent Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
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 C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
A,, v.vcd by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Hot lulu, June 14. 1S9.
We beg to notify our customers-and the
public genera ly that in conformity with
the resolutions passed by the Board of
Health and the Cltken'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 eacn store
dally, and we request our patrons to place
tlieli orders as early as they conveniently
can. We will take orders up to 1:30 p. m.
for delivery the same day. Orders re
ceived after 1:30 p. 111. will be delivered
the following day.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 22, 1900. i437-4t
Nahiku Sugar Company.
SECOND ASSESSMENT of 5 per cent
or $1 00 per share due December 1, 1899,
payable at the offices of Alexander &
13-ildwln, Judd building, Is now subject to
pemlty and will be delinquent on the 31st
January, 1900. J. P. COOKE,
1437-Ot Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co.
The annual meeting of the HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO., a-III be held at the
jffice of the Hawaiian Trust and Invest
ment Co. at 10 a. m. on Monday the 29th
Inst. W. M. GIFFARD,
HnnnlilUl. Jn 21 1000. 1436MW
To Loan, $2,000,
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King 8t.
RUSH WORK ON CANAL
Now York, Jan. 10. A special to the
Herald from Washington, says:
Construction of tlio Nicaragua canal
Is to bo Insisted upon lu both Houses
of Congress, without regard to tho
commission recently appointed by tho
president to consider tho feasibility of
tho various routes.
Tho Houso coramltteo has already
agreed to report tho Hepburn canal
bill, and the Senate Commltteo on In-inter-oceanic
canals, of which Mr. Mor
gan Is chairman, agreed today, with
practical unanimity, upon tho uamo
It Is expected that tho decision to re
port tho hill will ho reached shortly.
This measure will not bo pressed at
present, It being the deslro of Senator
Morgan to await tho nctlon of tho
Houso, nlthough If there should bo de
lay In that body independent con
sideration will bo nsked lu tho Senate.
Mr. Hepburn's bill contemplates full
American control of tho canal, with
authority to fortify tho work. It is this
provision which has attracted tho at
tention of diplomats In Washington,
especially rcpiesentnttvcs of tho Eng
lish and German Governments. It Is
In violation of tho Clayton-Dulwcr
treaty between tho United States and
Great Ilrjtnln In which both countries
agree upon Joint control of any Inter
It Is a mooted question whether or
not this treaty has been abrogated,
Great Uritain holding that It Is still
In forco and this vlow having been
acquiesced In by all administrations up
to tho present It Is said to bo tho vlow
of this administration.
Great Britain signified her willing
ness to formally nbrogato tho treaty
some time ago if tho United States
would guaranteo tho neutrality of tho
canal, but tho negotiations wero
abruptly ended when tho High Joint
Commission dissolved, owing to tho
unwillingness of tho British ministry
to show further friendliness to tho
United States at tho risk of displeasing
Tho action of tho Senate and Houso
committees Indicates a purposo to con
struct tho canal under Araorican con
trol. This would probably bo followed
by a system of discriminating tolls, a
situation which Is not acccptablo to
Germany mado sonio inquiries re
garding the purposo of tho United
States when tho Hepburn bill was dis
cussed during tho last session of Con
gress, but upon assurance that the
United States would ncutrallzo the
canal, theso Inquiries were not press
ed. It Is certain, however, that any bo
rlous effort to press tho bill In Its pres
ent form will lead to diplomatic cor
respondence. Tho Hopburn bill appropriates fMO,
000,000 for tho construction of thf
fffT.i4Ji in tbtt column will bi titutUJ at Hctntt
tZm altntfint tntrltoit, to ttnti ueonJ tnttr
tton, to cttttt a uetk anJ io ttnit a nnntb. Ibll it tbt
tbafeit aJvirttitrtf tttr efftrtJ tbtfiiofiU of llcnolulu.
UANtlt) TO HLNT A five or sl room ColUir
v futnlstieJ i.r unfurnlj'iei AJJrtsj1 II this
XWANTED (.otUtre turnlshiJ or unfurnUh.d, S
vv m nullum offi. uij-iw
WAVTED A competent experienced bookkeeper
vv anJ office mm, bvan oU eiUHIihtJ firm Ap
ply to L C this office, ititlne eirerlence references
and sultry drsie4 A permanent position for a sult-
auc man. uwu
WANTED Men to know that they can eel haved
by awhile barber for ij terns at II. JEFFS.
610K Fort street, opp Club Stables taoo-tf
RITINQ AND ACCOUNTtNCl DONE accurate
Iv: froJerat rates. Mil. MUM. cara People's
express t-o ; or oenerai Uellvery, 1'. u. i w-n
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED lor
general housework anJ care ol children. Refer
ences required Apply G M . Bulletin office n6o
FOR SALE A DRAKE wlih rubber tires Ad
dress A . Hull-tin office. utn-iw
COR SLF-A verv desirable PIECE OF IM-
PROVtD PROPERTY, containing about ao.ooo
squire feet on Maklkl I'lilns. Principals only. Ad
dress "No. 8." this office. taia-im
COR SALF A nS Anthony Camera, reversible
' back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnis office 1418-lf
POR SALE-UNDi IN ALL tPARTS OF THE
r CITY. DyJ M.ViVAS. 'nil
FOR SALE A new COTTAGE ol eight rooms and
bath: grounds nicely laid nut: stable and out
One lot it x ta: water laid on: ornamental trees.
etc One corner lot, 7S x 1x5
ah on uouege street, r nr runner particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
I OST-I'ostal Saving's Dink PASS ROOK No
I- 111 D. Return In S K. NAKAPAAHII at
Lewis etc Co . n 1 1'ort street. Honolulu u6-tw
I OST Small Sorrel Mare. Suitable reward If re
l" turned to II F Rertelman s shoo. Kin? street.
or residence at Walklkl. xatS-tf
TO LET l New CottagM at Pun.it. iu. nearly com
pleted, ready to occupy Janutry 1st. 1900.
Several Collates on Klnts not far from town on
A Residence at Waiklkl on the beach. Immediate
possession given. Apply to
No ito Fort street
-HE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. De.t
I rooms and attendance In city. 13)
The Fourth Assessment of 10 percent
or $10 persare, on the assessable stoJ of
the MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.,
was due and payable January i, iooo, and
will be delinquent on the 31st day of Jan
uary, 1900. A. V. GEAR,
Treas. Maunalei Sugar Co., Ltd.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded in
the Government Pound at Makild, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
Jan. 21, 1900.-1 roan horse, branded
LH on left hind leg, white stroke on fore
head, four legs black, all shod.
Jan. 22, 1900. 1 black mare, u nde
scribable brand on left hind leg, also on
the right side of the neck, white stroke on
forehead, four legs white, all shod.
1 sorrel horse, branded B on right hind
leg, sore back.
Jan. 23, 1900. 1 gray mare, undescrlb
able brand, white spotted on back and
white stroke on forehead, right hind leg
The above described animals will be
sold at public aution, on SATURDAY,
Feb 10 at 12 o'clock noon, If not called
for before the date mentioned. 439'3t
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
Mr. H. Schultze, Treasurer.
Mr. H. J. Nolte, Auditor.
J. F. Eckardt, Secretary.
. JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,
Secretary German Benevolent Society.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the fourth
assessment of five per cent ($1.00 per
share) on the assessable stock of the Mc
rtryde Sugar Co., Ltd., was due January
i, 1900, and will be delinquent on Feb.
1st, 1900. Stockholders will please make
prompt payment at the office of Theo. H,
Davles & Co., Ltd.
By order of the Directors.
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
Treas. McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Jan. 5, 1900. 1420-Ct
Klhel Assessment Notice.
FIFTH ASSESSMENT of 10 percent
or S5.00 per share v as due January 1, 1900
ind will be subject to penalty from the 1st
if February, payable at the offices of
Alexander & Baldwin.
J. P. COOKE,
i437-2t Treas. Kihel Plantation Co.
r .fjsk a ..jl-w,-. :--
Weather Bureau, Puliation, Jan. 2C.
Temperature Morning minimum,
Gl; Midday maximum, G9.
Ilaiumctcr at 9 n. 111 G0.0S. Rising.
Dew Point CO V.
Humidity nt 9 n. 111. C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan.
Weather cloudy; wind light N.
Friday, Jan. 2G.
Am. bk. Northorn Light, Challeston,
from San Francisco, Dec. 29; 900 tons
gen'l mdso to P. V. & 8. Co. (Arrived
outside, nt 2 p. im yesterday.)
Am. bktne. Jnno L. Stanford, John
son, from Nowcastle Dec. 2; 1560 tons
coal to W. O. Irwin & Co. (Arrived
outsldo at 5 p. m. Jan. 21 and camo In
to port this morning.
Stmr. Kllauea IIou, from Maul.
Stnir. Kauai, Bruhn, from Knana
pall. Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ko
Thursday, Jan. 25.
Stmr. Mokotll, Dower, for Molokal
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Kllauea Hou brought a full load
U. S. T. S. Mannucnsp, Bnrneson, for
Tho Kauai carao back from Kannn
pall empty this morning.
Tho Nllhau will go on the marine
railway for an ovci hauling today or
The British hark Fotthbank fiom
Ncwcastlo ai rived and nuchoied olf
Fom Nowcastle, N. S. W., per bkt.
Jnno L. Stanford, Jan. 2G. Mrs. John
son and sou nnd Miss Ely.
Tho Iwalanl did not get nway for
Maul nnd llnwntl ports until 6:30
o'clock yesterday nftcrnoon.
Tho Blomcfontcln camo Into port and
anchored tho regulation distance off
tho Oceanic wharf this forenoon.
Tho Antlopo that anchored outsldo
on tho 17th Inst left for Knhulul Into
Wednesday afternoon without coming
Into port at nil.
Urgent Deficiency Bill.
Washington, Jan. 1G. Immediately
after tho reading of tho Journal, tho
Houso today went Into Committee of
tho Whole and took up tho concldcin
tlon of tho Urgent Deficiency appro
priation bill. It was agreed that tin;
debate on the bill should couttnu?
throughout tho day, and that tomorrow,
tho bill should bo read for amendment
undor tho flvo-mlnute rule.
Mr. Camion, of Illinois, chairman of
tho Appoprlatlons Committee, explain
ed tho Items of tho bill.
Mr. Cannon was asked by Mr. Loud
of California, about tho Item of $1G0,
000 for rural freo delivery and replied
that It had been found that $300,000
had been appropriated for tho present
fiscal year. That money had been
largely expended and unless this ap
propriation was mado much of tho ser
vlco now In operation would have to
bo discontinued. Mr. Cnnnon frankly
confessed tho manner of tho expendi
ture of tho money did not meet his ap
proval. Ho believed It tho duty of the
Executive to cut tho garment accord
ing to tho legislative appropriation.
Lord Nortlicoto of Exeter.
London, Jan. 10. Oovernor Stanley
Nortlicoto, of Bombay, who was creat
ed a peer at tho boglnnntng of tho pres
ent year, has assumed the title of Lord
Nortlicoto of Bxotor.
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 on Sale at 25
..cents each by
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Thrum's Book Store,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Rule Bazaar,
E. W. Jordan.
-33 Queen Ktnec
Guurdiun's Sule ol' Real
By direction of Belle F. Jones Guardian
of Edsvln Austin Jones. Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, and acting tin ler and bv virtue of
an order Issued out of the Circuit Coutt of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
Januarv, 1000, I am directed to sell nt
public auction, at my salesroom In the city
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Siturday,
the 27th day of January, 1900, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, all the right,
title and Interest of said minors, belnsr an
undivided half of, In nnd 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. 5723 and 8995 to Kalkaina, more
particularly described as follows:
Apana 1. 6 lol kalo me ke Kakuahale
Mamme. E hoomaka ma ke klhl Hema
makal 0 kela ma ke klhl o ka pa hau, ke
klhl akau makal 0 ko Makakukte pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e holo ana He, to'i Kom.
2.51 Kaul. maka pa hau, ma ko Maka
kukae, a hikl I ka ilhl kae pall I ke klhl
Ak. makal 0 ka lol 0 Kaheana; Alalia He.
75tf Kom. 2.38 Kaul. Iho ana ma ka pali
apil ana maka auwai ma ko Kaheana;
He. ss Kom. t.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a hlKi I ke klhl Hema mauka 0 kela;
alalia Ak. 1 5 H Kom. 2.w Kaul. ma ko
Kaheana ame ko Ku a lilki I ke kumu
pall; alalia Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a lukl ! ko Kaheana mala ulu; alalia
Ak. 60 Hlk. 2.25 Kaul. ma" ko Kaheana, a
pll ana a hlkl I ka llhi kae pall, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI, 1.90 Kaul. ma kula a hlkl I ka
puhala, ke klhl akau mikal 0 kela, a ke
klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku knhua. Alalia
He. 31 y, HI. 2.04 Kaul ma ko Ku Kahua
htlenhlki I kahi I hoomakai. Maloko 0
la Apana 1 ivioo Eka.
Apana 2, 0 lol. Mamane. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela kalil e
walho ana He. 5i Kom. 73 Pauku m tl ke
klhl Hema mauka o k.i Apam 1 mal, pill
ana hoi me na lol elua o Kaheana ame
kalil lol nahelehele. A e holo ana He.
495 Kom. ma ka auwal ma ko Kaheuia;
alalia He. 25 HI. 85 pauku ma ko Ka-
neina; alalia ma uani wa no wale He. 14
Kom 9G pauku, a He. 62 45 Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 17 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwai. Alalia Ak. 40K HI. Iho
ana ma ka auwal; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom
1.44 Kaul. a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poallma. Alalia ma ka loi poallma
Ak. 6V, Kom. 88 pauku; a Hl.75 Kom.
2.56 Kaul. Alalia Ak. i8,V 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. frH HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hlkl
I ke klhl Akau mauka o ko Ku lol:
alalia ma ko Ku He. 11J4" HI. 1.41 Kaul.
ak. 2 mi. 1,00 Kaui.. a He. 28 tf HI 40
Pauku a hikl 1 ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 HI. 71 Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlkl I kahi I hoomakai.
MALOKO IA APANA 1 EKA.
Apana 3. 1 lol. Kahalao. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Akau makal o kela Dili ana I
na I l 0 Kuluahl ame ko Kaukl; a e holo
ana He. 47 K HI. 1 Kaul. ma ko Kuluahl,
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
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,
liiT J - JAS,
. w. .tL J X.
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela; alalia
He. 45 Kom. 1.48 Kaul. ma ke akaakal?' ,
alalia Ak. 43 ik Kom. 1.18 Kaul. ma ko v
Kapule; alalia Ak. soli HI. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl a hlkl I kahi I hoomakai.
Maloko o la Apana 15-100 Eka.
2nd. All that portion of the land de
scribed In R. P. 158, L. C A. 3919 to j
Paliuhulu, as Is described In deed of ,
Palauhulu to Nakea, dated Mav, 1857,
and of record In Liber 27 on page 410. .
3rd. All that land, being a portion of th
makal h ilf of R. P. 158, L. C. A. $919, to.
Palauhulu, more particularly described as
Beginning at the northwest corner of the
land of M. Phillips & Co. adjoining the
Protestant churili yard, and running south
33 East 5.25 chains along the line dividing
the mauka from the m.ik.ii half nf I? p.
j 158: thence south 61 West I 95-100 chains
aiong ine iana or ruia to me uovernment
road; thence north 33H West 5.30 chains
along the Government road to the Protes
tant church yard; thence north 64 East
1.95 chains along the said church yard to
the point of commencement? Containing'
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
4th. 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 lu 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 Ulawinl, 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
jth. Lease from the officers of said Hul -i
of Wakane of about ten acres of land t
known as the Peterson lot; rent paid In
lull to October 1st, 1907.
8th Note for 120 secured bv mmlnn
daied Aa 17, 1890, at 12 per cent per
annum, made by Plnl 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 house, onthouvs, siables, etc.,
all In good order and condition. A portion
of the land's three pieces are leased, and
bilng In a rental of 9155 a year.
P. C. Jones, Esq., who Is the owner of
the other undivided half nf said prcperty,
has consented toasaie.of his half at the
same time and place, and will join In the
deed fur 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 ji2,ooo.oo.
Deeds at the expense" of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1900.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
J. F. MORGAN, r .
4'9 Auctlonetr. VX
By order of Judge Perry, the above sale
Is postponed to Saturday, Feb. 10th, loco,
at the same hour and place.
the same direct
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