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TUK EV1-N1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. J., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, l'JO.).
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Columbh, Rambler & Hartford bicycler eem to
be just about '.lie right thin;. We liave hid simples of these uh-cls and
will have a big stock by the "Australia" In two weeks. M st of the
Clulnless Columblas are sold to arrive there Is suJi ademitid for this
wheel. They are 4 pounJs liRhter this year and are fitted with the
SPECIAL TROPICAL. TUMI hlch makes them a perfect mount for
these Islands The Columbia Clulnless weighs less than 25 pounds and
we guarantee it for any rider weighing up to joo pounds. Our HART
FORD and RAMBLER chain wheels are beauties, call and see the samples
We have as complete repair shop as ever, though It Is not conveniently
located at present. During this year we expect to get back to the old
corner, where a fine mo:ern department Is to be fitted up In our ne.v store.
At present we sell, rent and repair wheels In the brick building on the
upper side of King street opposite to where our old stand was and are able
to do the best repair work done In town, rent the well known Columbia
Chalnless, and sell any model of Columbia, Rambler or Hartford for cash
or on easy installments. We want your custom.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
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t5IWHtfcOSSXsANfKANciSC0,CAL AS GOOD
HEALTH BOARD MEETING.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday the following communica
tion was read:
"Wo notice that at n recent meeting
of your Hoaid the onler closing
churches nml schools was rescinded.
We beg to call your attention to the
fact that this will materially affect the
elllciency of our Inspection, as many
of our sub-Inspectors will be obliged
to abandon their work of Inspection.
Judgo Stanley bus this tiny decided to
postpone the opening of his court for
,thc work of tho February term until
Monday, tho 19th Instant, nt the ear
liest, In order to avoid interference
with our work of Inspection, and wo
beg" thnt you will icconslder your de
cision In regard to tho opening of
"Wo remain tcspcctfully,
, "citizens' sanitary- commit-
President Wood stnted that the Citi
zens' Committee felt thnt tho opening
of tho schools would Interfere with
the work of Inspection. Among tho
number wete some teachers. On mo
tion of Mr. I (ate li It was voted that tho
Hoard nuthoii7o the former voto upon
the opening of the bchools to be re
scinded. Tlie Iloaid consldeied for a short
tlmu the mimiUs of the previous meet
ings from the tlmo tho plague started
and then adjoin ned.
Tho Citizens' Conunltteo met at the
Knllhl detention camp yesteid.iv af
ternoon and Inspected tho well now be
ing sunk there.
Mr. Kennedy was appointed a rom
mltteo to piocuie all necessary pipe
and llttings for tho connection between
tho well and tho Humes.
L. A. Thurston was appointed a
committee to attend to tho icmnvnl
of live Washington lights fioin thd
Chinatown dlstiict to Knllhl camp,
Supeilutcnduit McVeigh having told
of tlio great need of light at tho can.p.
Suporlntimlent .McVeigh stated fur
ther that ho had loom for 100 more
people at the camp, whereupon It was
resolved that It was tho senso of tho
tonimlttee that hereafter all quninn
tlntng of portions from Infected dis
tricts should be done at Knllhl and
that tho kerosene warehouse should, ns
soon as possible, he thoioughly cleans
ed, renovated ami turned over to tho
relief committee for a relief camp.
The following help Is nvailnblo at
Relief Camp No. 1, Punchbowl street.
Persons desiring labor aro requested to
ring up telcpliono No, 720:
Hawallans One painter, 1 plumber,
1 fnrmer, 10 whnrfhands, and qulto n
number of common Inborers.
Japanese Ono good cook, 2 nurses,
4 washmen, 2 general housoworkers, 4
farmers, 1 blacksmith, 15 carpenters,
2 stone masons, 12 yardmen, and a few
Chinese l-'lvo common laborers.
VVouldbc Vice Pi'csldcnte
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 17. Webster
Davis, Assistant Secretary of tho In
terior and former Mayor of Kansas
City, has ambition to becomo President
McKlnlcy's running mate this fall, ac
cording to ycstCKilay evening's Star.
" 'Ho waB sent on his stumping tour
of Ohio and out West for no other pur
pose than to let tho pcoplo sea him
Tbo trip to South Africa Is nothing
moro than a move on the political
checker board to bring Davis to promi
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month
WEEK OP FEB. 12.
MINIS TREL FIRST PART.
Thirty-five People on the Stage.
The Misses Beresford, Leicester, DUon,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Alessrs. Rockwell, Richards, Baxter,
Koogle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and Folk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUMMALE QUARTET.
THE ORPHEUMLADY QUARTET.
vnoruses t'opuiar melodies and urlglral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Allan Dunn Expressly for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Ab
mee Leicester, and Messrs. Lovette
Rockwel- land Allan Dunn.
In High-Class Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
'I he .Modern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon Melodies.
Has removed to
111 Fort street
next to Lucas AIM.
The office of thi HONO
LULU STEAiU LAUNDRY
CO. during the quarantine
period will be located at the
New I. X. L. Store, in the Day
Block on Beretania street, next
to Fire Station. i4?1-3t
Special Meeting of the Stockholders of
the UNION FEED COMPANY, Limited,
will be held at the Company's office,
Judd Building, on FRIDAY, the iCth Inst.,
at io o'clock a. m to consider Important
business. F. R. VI DA.
Secretary Union Feed Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Feb. 8, loop. M 5o-7t
Any persons having bills against the
Pantheon Salooq are requested to send the
same to the undersigned by mall.
L. C. ABLES, P. O. Box 243,
M50'3t for the owners.
6fc : mm
w &k sav
jfljfc SH , sSssa-
TlC'v'"1 in thti column u ill be tmtttcJ Jl )tnti
rSl 4 tine firil MHtlion; to clntt ttconj lir.
turn n cent a ueek in 1 to cent a muni Ittt ll tbt
thuptit aJurliitne ir otfetej tbe people of Honolulu.
ATriNTIONI tiltTAT HAROAIN. Ueiutltul
M -Mian Nrejrtw itkCpMe rlice. etc Micnl
Ikvm ruenu Inr I.Jips. Apply It. Oslt;, Al.iha
House, f uit street. 1 152-iw
UOH SAtl.-dffiilf (HKIAGG HORSR. ?ear
' otJ, 1 Set of lbrnes, Surrey with rubber llre
Cll on Q II IILUKIiY, Kocimj io)-ioi, JuJJ
FOR SALt Hay GeMIni; In tine contltlon, quiet
anJ reliable cheap. Owner leaving country.
COR SALE $4Vw. Leae of a large tenement
1 house sltuateJ near the heart ot the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income 50 Apply to
44) No, jio Fort steel,
FOR SALE $1400. Lease of Cottage centrally.
70 years to run. GrounJ rent $11 per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDOF.
144) No. jio Tort street.
PR SALE $1500. New Modern Cottage and lot
atKewalo Lot 50x1m. A bargain as a home.
Apply to WILLIAM hAVIDGE.
144J No. 110 Tort street.
FOR SALE A ;x8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wlie angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
nu office 1418-H
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. DyJ M.VIVA! n8
COTTAGE TO LFT mauka of Emma Square.
Enquires on the rreml-s. yal-tt
TO LET-rURNISHbD COTTAGE. Party leav
' Ing for the Coast wishes to sell the furnllnre of a
woom cottage with privilege ot renting cottage.
Kent lis 00, price of furniture $igo.oo. Close In
town. Apply J. P.thla office. 14501
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St". Dest
I rooms and attendance In city. mi
WANTED-FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
ROOMS wither without board; suitable for
two young men, Must be within one and one-ttalf
miles from Post Office. Address M G., Uo6u.
WANTED-FIVE MESSENGER ROYS at once.
" American Messenger Service, Hotel and Ala
kea streets, 1440
ANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN to help In store.
Apply MLWLftULAPIUtHNtKI, 1447-11
UANTED-N. F. DURGESS does all kinds ot
'V small tepairlng. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hoe, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for. by ringing up 923. Also a few for rent
Pensacola street 1446-tr
SITUATIONS WANTfcD-Anyone desiring the ser
vices of laborers, servants, butlers, yardmen,
laundrymen and women, should Immtdlate application
to Supt. C. A. Doyle, at the Drill Shed Detention
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
" bv a wn e barber tor is lents at 11, JEi-r-s.
6iqS Fort street, opp Club Stables
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; moderate rates. MR. MUM. care People's
Express Co; or General Delivery, P O. nqi-tf
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
w reneral housework and care nt children. Refer-
ences required Apply G. M Dulletln office m6q
LOST Will the gentleman who picked up a ladles'
GOLD WATCH, on Tort street, near Hobron's
Drug Stt re. please leave satreat Wlllard Urown'a
office. Fort strret. and receive reward 1448 iw
FOUND A Golf Care, gray cloth with line tlue
and maroon stripes and Scotch plaid lining
Finder can have time by calling at this office and
palng costs of advertising. I44t-tf
II. H. William?, furniture deiler and
un'eta er, cm be found at his residence,
Fort U c', be'ow Fort Street House.
Tel. 841;. 1452-iW
Is now locateJ with C. Grotte, tailor,
125 cents will be paid
fop "Bulletins" o? the
Jan. 16, 19, 20.
THE ORPHEUM HOTEL
The patronage of old cus
tomers and the general public
All employees are kept
strictly on the premises.
Monday, , .
55 ' '
J 46 6.IO
6 a t.tt
First quarter ot the moon on the Cth
at 5:C3 n. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahuliil and Illlo occur
ahout an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mcr .ton ot 1G7 SO. The
tlmo whlstlo I ,ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the mo as Greenwich Oh.
Weather Dnrenu, Punahou, Teh. 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
C2: midday maximum, 77.
Uaromctcr at 9 a. m 2J.00. Sternly.
Dow Point COP
Humidity nt 0 a. ru, IS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, wb.
10. Weather cloudy; wind llp.r -.V.
Saturday, Feb. 10.
SI in r. Kauai, Uruhn, from Lahalna,
Stmr. James Makee, Green, from
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Sclir. Golden Gate for Kaunnknkal
p.t 3 i. m.
From Iilialim, per Htmr. Knual, Feb.
10. Mr. Nelll and Mr. McCrosson.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Hchooner Golden Gate sails for
Kaunakaknl at 3 o'clock this after
noon. Tho Maul will sail for Paauhaii, Ku
knlau, Ookata, Papaaloa, Laupahoe
lioe, llnnomu, Mahukona ami Kawal-
Iiao nt C p. m. Monday.
Captain Tullett Is now onshore on
account of tho Illness ot his wife. IIU
placo on the James Makce Is being
flllod by Captain Green of tho Wnln
Icalc, wlitlo Captain Gregory Is In com
mand of tho Wnialea' for the time
OL.IVKII Ah tho home of his daugh
ter, Miss 13. M. Oliver, February 0,
1900, ot heart disease, S. K. Oliver
of Magog, Canada, In tho CCth year
of his agt- Canadian papers please
Itnly Will Tulcc a llnnd.
Now Orleans, Jan. 29. Advices from
Mcaragua say Italy will Join Norway
In Bonding n war ship to niueflelds to
colloct claims for damages to her sub
jects. Tho Italian caso Is that of tho
owner of tho steamboats on San Juan
river whoso proporty was seized and
used an transports. A revolution
against JJelayn Is expected to break out
Within n month.
Collier Mloinl Lost.
Seattle, Jan. 25. The steel collier
Miami, belonging to the Pacific Coast
Company, waa wrocked this n.ornlng
on a reef near Oyster Day, on tho east
aboro of Vancouver Island. Sho Is a
total loss, as in tho afternoon she
broke In two and wont to the bottom,
Her cntlro crow were saved,
da "Ho has moro monoy. than
brains, hasn't IioT" Clara "Oh, yes.
Ho isn't Hhsoliitoly penulle3s."
ED. A. WILLIAMS
His Undertaking Parlors to Six Hundred
nd Fifteen and a Half, Fort street, directly
opposite the olJ stand,
J. A. BBRTELMAN'S
T rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Orders left at either shop, or office,
at Jas. Nott's store, KIhr street, will re
ceive promp attention. 1451'tf
Notice to Consignees Per
Bktne. S. N. Castle.
Consignees by this vessel are requested
to make an early application to Mr. H. A.
Baldwin, freight agent Board of Health,
for permits to ship merchandise to ports
outside Honolulu. Flour, grain and other
merchandise available for this purpose.
W. G. IRWIN CO.,
i45o-3t Agents "S. N. Castle."
it 3!1 Queen Stree'
THIS SPACE RESERVED
J AS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co,
We beg to inform the Ladies y
that we have Just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and AHOver Bmbroid
eriesI,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 seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT GO.
S, EHRLICH, Manager,
Meeting of Heroes
of the Iron Cross
Chicago, Jan. 20. Two men wearing
the iron Cross, tho highest honor con
fprrnl nn vptnrnns of tho Krnnco-I'rus-
slan war, were In tho Hlsmarck Hotel
tonight, one sitting at tho banquet ta
ble, and tho other running tho elevator.
Ono was llaron von Hollcbcn, tho der-
mnn Embassador to tho United States,
who was tho guest ot honor at tho
banquet given by tho Colonlnl Club.
Tho other man was Herman Donrath,
tho elevator man. Bach earned his
cross by acts of bravery at different
When Haron von Hollcbcn came to
tho door of tho hotel Donrath opened
It for him. Tho embassador glanced at
the iron cross on the breast of tho man,
and, grasping his hand, called hlni
"old comrade," nnd then patted him
affectionately on tho back, remarking:
"I guess we nro the only men In Chi
cago wearing tho Iron cross."
Tho Daron won his cross as a lieu
tenant In tho Imperial Hussars at tho
battle of Vlonvlllc, when ho led his
company and captured seven guns
from tho French. Donrath won his ns
a private by one of tho most heroic
acts of tho war. It was tho night be
fore tho battle of Oravclottc. The
French hnd threo guns that harassed
tho Germans. Donrath suggested that
four men could sllenco them, and, se
lecting three companions, he led the
way through tho French lines, crawled
to tho deadly guns, spiked all threo
nnd then, under a terlfllc fire, return
ed to the German lines.
London, Jan. 31. 1 a. m. It Is now
known that tho Cablnot dovotcd much
of Its discussions on Saturday to the
mobilization of tho fleet. Nothing was
settled except that until further secur
ity to tho homo coasts has been obtain
ed by naval preparations, tho eighth
division shall not bo sent to South A'
rlcn. On Monday tho Admiralty Issued
orders that tho Channel Squadron, In
stead ot leaving Portland this week for
Gibraltar, as previously directed, shall
assemble on February Cth olt Eddy
stono nnd proceed for a fortnight's
crulso off tho Irish coast, thuB keeping
in home waters for a time.
Thero Is nothing In tho intelligence
possessed by tho public to causo the
prolonged discussion ot this matter,
and tho Infcrcnco Is that tho fleet ma
bo mobilized ns a gcntlo warLing tc
other countries to keep hands off the
Transvaal. Ono thing is certain, the
men nlrcady to go to South Africa are
detained nnd for what tho public lias
no knowledge. Forty-seven battalions
aro being embodied. These aro
the militia previously warnod,
Klinrp lookout Is being kept on
Afrlcn regiments. Threo suspicious
clinrnctcrs wero rejected Monday.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pctf
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