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EVINIMi BUJ.UiTIN: HONOI.PMJ, H. 1., MONDAY, FEBHUAHY 12, 11)01).
K til The 1900
Cnhri.bli, Rambler & Hart for J b'cydes 'cm to
be iiit aK'ut 'he riRht thirty. We have InJ samples of thee wh-fU and
will lu-eai-lR stoJ by th- "Autrjlh" In twn weeks. M - of the
Ch unless Columbia are soM to arrive the-e Is su.li n drmi'nl f'rthis
whel Thev are 4 pumJs lighter this year nnd are fitted with the
SPIXIAl. TROPICAL TIIM1 u hlch makes them a perfect mount for
the: IshnJs I he C duinbln Chalnless weighs less tlnn 25 pounds and
we g lar.tntee It for any rider weighing up to 300 pounds. Our HART-f-'ORlJ
and RA.ilBLGR ch iln w heels are beauties, call and see the simples
We have as complete repair shop as ever, though It 's not conveniently
located at present. During this year we expect to get back to the old
corner, where a tine mo:ern depjrtmnt Is to be fitted up In our neA' store.
At present we sell, rent anJ 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.
Cor. Jort and Kino: Sts.
ji:i28i:ntmi:nt THAT saved,
Chicago. Jim 28. Bishop Samuel
Fallows of Hip Reformed Episcopal
Church recently told n mnrvcloiiH
story of psychical phenomena, accord
ing to the Inter Ocean. Ho declined to
give names, using "Smith" Instead,
but Buys that the people are of 11 prom
inent North Side family.
As ho tells the story, Home years ago
Sirs. Charles Smith, tho wlfo of n
young Chicago man living on the
North Side, was taken seriously 111 nnd
died In n short time. Tho body wus
rot embalmed and was burled two or
three days later In Hose Hill cemetery.
The funeral took place In the after
noon, and In tho evening 11 friend f
the family ciuno In and decided to stny
In the house, that night with the hui
lmriu nnd servants. In the middle of
tho night Mr. Smith was nwnkened by
ttomo one calling his name. He ticara
the namo two or three times
"Charles!" Charles!" very distinct
ly. Ho did not associate tho voice with
any one ho know unci said to himself
that It was 11 hallucination. lining a
man of materialistic views, ho attach
ed no superstitious meaning to the
matter and soon fell Into a troubled
Bleep. After n little he was awakened
again by the voice, this time more In
sistent: "Charles, Charles, Charles!"
Just as day was breaking, for the third
time he heard the call again, this tlmo
entrentlngly. This time ho recognized
the voice ery distinctly as that of his
wife. Led by some Inexplnlnnblo Im
jiulse, Ve sprang up, searched the room
thoroughly, found no one nnd riishil
Into when- his friend was asleep.
"Come, got ill).' 'he said: "we must
go to Rose Hill!"
Ills friend tried to dissuade him, but
to no purpose. They harnessed n horsm
to a light buggy, took spades and pick
axes and drove to the eemetry at
breakneck Hprrtl. As speedily as pos
sible they dug down to tho colllii and
The young wlfo was Just turning
over In the casket. Although allvo tdio
was unconscious. Presumably hIio liu-1
been In a stupor tho entire time. She
was taken home, recovered and Is allvo
today. Shu has no Idea thnt she was
over burled nlie, and probably If she
had known all of tho circumstances
at the tlmo the shock would have kill
ed her. She was told that she had been
very 111 nnd lecovered almost miracu
lously, lleyond thnt, she knows noth
ing of tho story.
Theio seems to be one explanation,
nnd that Is that Mrs. Smith's siib-con-ticlous
mind Influenced tho mind of her
husband telepathctlcally nnd warned
lilm of her danger.
Tho story Is told on tho nuthoilty
of Ulshop Fallows, but ho does not
explain what Influences wero used to
keep Mrs. Smith's friends from telling
her that sho had been dead and buried
No one, thus far, has Investigated tho
graveyard records at Iloso Hill,
The office of in: HONO
LULU STEAVi LAUNDRY
CO. during the quarantine
period will be located at the
New 1. X. L. Store, in the Day
Block on Beretania street, next
to Fire Station. t4?1-?t
ED. A. WILLIAMS
His Undertaking Parlors to Six Hundred
and Fifteen and a Half, Porcstteet, directly
op.-osite the old stand.
H. F. BEBTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Orde.-t left at either shop, or office,
at Jas. Nott's itore, King street, will re
ceive promp' attention. 145 i-tf
& SON, Ltd,
WEEK OF FEB. 12.
MINIS TREL FIRST PART.
Thlrtyfive People on the Stage.
The Misses Heresford, Leicester, DI.on,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Messrs. Rockwell, Richards, Baxter,
Kongle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and polk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUM MALE QUARTET.
THE ORPHEUM LADY QUARTET.
Choruses Popular Melodies and Origiral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Allan Dunn Expresfly for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Al
mee Leicester, and Messrs. Lovette
Rockwel land Allan Dunn.
In High-Class Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
The Modern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon AleloJies.
THE ORPHEUM HOTEL
The patronage of old cus
tomers and the general public
All employees are kept
strictly on the premises.
25 cents will be paid
ov "Bulletins" of the
Jan. 16, 19, 20.
Is now located with C. Grottc, tnilor,
II. II. Williams, furniture dealer and
un 'e'taker, cin tv: found nt his residence,
Fort strret, below Fort Street H'ouse.
Tel. 840. I452''V
wr.-.ii I" tbiltolumn fcjf. ft inuittd Jf netnlt
--2 atmtflrtt mutuant to tl. tteonJinur
, ft, tinft a utik anJ .ottt i miti Ihtttitht
tjpw d fvtrlmrt tvtr ojjtttj lit profit ef Honolulu.
0 .!.' hole I'OTTMl P'ANIS I f sale
nml Joor to Mr J II. tl sj' Walkiki KoaJ
A Tn Nt ION! OUI AT IIAPOAIM. Ufiu'lful
Mmcan NJiiw rkCe te rl,r, etc ,Mfcnl-
ficert r sent lor ladles
Afply II. OjjI Aloha
flousr, I nrl sired
COR SALE-OntlK.sRktAGf- HORSE ? sears
I oM, bet ol Mimes. Surrey with rjpber tl'ei
rll ot O It UtKRbY, K'om wi-joi JuJJ
tlul din ui6'tm
COR SALF $4500 Leie t a larire tenement
1 house MtuateJ near the heart of the tuwn Pres
ent Net Monthly Income $130 Arplyti
t44l No, jio lort stcet,
pOR SALE $I4'. Lease ol Cotiace centrally.
I to ears to run, CirounJ rent 3n rer month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVUXiP.
1441 No o Portstretl.
FOR SAI E Stjoo, New MoJern Cottace and lot
at ICeualo. Lot soxtro A t,ari;aln as a home,
Aprlyto WILLIAM SAVIIjOE.
I44 No. )io I ort strecL
FOR SALF A iS Anthony Camera, reerstble
back, with wlJe angle Morrison lens. Inqul.e at
tnis office 1418-1!
COR SALE-LANDi IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. UyJ. M.ViVAS. ij8j
Jt TO LET.
COTTAOE TO LET mauka of Emma Square.
Enquires on the premls-s I4s'-tf
TO LET-rURNISIIEDCOTTAdE. Party leav
1 log for the Coast wi,hes to sell the furnltnre of a
J -room cottage with pnvll'ce of renting cottaee.
cent 5s.oo. price of furniture $ito.oo. Close In
town. Apply J. P. this office. 1450-iw
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. nil
ANTFt)-rURNISHKD or UNFURNISHED
V ROOMS with or without board, suitable for
twoyounc men. Must be within one and nnehalf
miles Irom Post Office. Address M. Cj II x 6i.
1ANTED-FIVE MESSENGER POYS at once.
' American Alessencer Sirvlce, lloel and A a-
kea streets. 1440
WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN to help In sine.
Apply NEW ENGLAND HAKfcKY. mr-H
WANTED-N. F, DURGESS does all kinds of
small repairing. Lawn Movers and Garden
Hose, are fpeclal'les. Lawn Mowtrs will be call
ed for, by ringing up in Also a tew for rent
IVnsacoia street '" -
SITUATIONS WANTED Anyone ,'e.li m ti e tr
vires of laborers, servants, butlirs. yardmen,
laundrymrn and women, should Imm diate application
f Supt C. A. Doyle, at the Drill Shed Deterllnn
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by a white barber fur 15 cenis at II. Jbl TS.
6igW lort stieet. opp Club Stables too-tf
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly, rroderate rates. MR. MUM, care People's
EpressCo: or General IVIIverv I' n i'o-tf
pOMPbTENT GERMAN GIRL WAMLI) tor
v- general housework and care ot children. Refer
ences required Apply G At.. Ilulletln office n6o
1 OST Will lh gentleman who picked up a ladles'
L- GOLD WATt.ll, on Fort street, near llobron's
Dritrf Store, rleaie leave sarre at vVillard Hrnwn's
office. Furt strret. and receive reward. 1443 iw
pOtlNfl A Golf Cape, gray cloth with fine blue
ana maroon sripts ana moicii piau lining
I Inder can have sjmc by tailing at I
paMng costs 01 aavertising.
On account of clnngs In the business
management of THE AUSI IN PUW.ISH
ING CO., all persons or firms having ac
counts against the company are requested
to forward Itemized statements of same to
the office, or by mall, before the 2Sth inst.
THE AUSTIN PUH-ISHI.Nfi CO.
To Shareholders Nahiku
Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent, or f 2 per
slia'e, will be due and pay.ilde at the of
fices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the 1st day of March, iqoo.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, 1-eb. 10, upo. 14C.3-IW
Card of Thanks.
To our iiunv friends who have mi kind
ly extended their loving sympathies to us
in the loss of our dearly beloved son and
brother, Hollo T. Wilbur, we wish to ex-
ted our heartfelt thanks, and especially do
we vih to thank the kind friends who so
.willingly and lovingly attended him dur
ing nis illness.
IV.ny the loving God shower his bless
ings you all, Is the prayer of
Your thankful friends,
MR. AND MRS. R. T. WILBUR AND
Special Meeting of the Stockholders of
the UNION PEED COMPANY, Limited,
will be held at the Company's office,
Judd Building, on FRIDAY, the iCth Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. m., to consider Important
business. F. R..VIDA.
Secretary Union Feed Co., ltd.
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1000. I457t
The closing of tenders for the addition
of the Honolulu Post Office has been post
poned until Wednesday, Feb. Mi iooi at
the same hour and place.
Minister of the Interior.
February 12, igoo. 1453-21
n flf it?
n 9P Sd
p, m. a. m.
0 eg 10.10
a m. P. m
10 11 Q.4Y
ro 52 to.36
1. is 11.08
Monday .. to
is oa a. m
II 4 .J
Full moon on the IStli at .1:20 n. m.
Tides from tho Unite! States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knliulul and IIIIo occur
about an hour earlier tlmn nt Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer ian of 157 30. Tho
tlmo whistle I- ,ws at 1:30 p. m
which Is the atnc ad Greenwich Oh.
Weather lluieait, I'nmihou, l'eh. 12.
Temperature Mornlns minimum,
sr; Midday maximum, 75.
Barometer nt 9 a. in. 30.01 Steady.
Dow Point CI F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 52 per cent.
Morning minimum temporcitiiri- at
Dlanionil Head Signal Station, Feb.
12. Weather clear; wind fresh NK.
ADO SUSPICIOUS CASKS
Saturday, Feb. 10.
Am. Hchr. F. S. Uedficld. Jorgcnscn,
from Tacomn, Jan. 13; 587.000 feet of
lumber for Allen ft Robinson.
Am. r.chr. G. W. Watson, Petterton,
from Port Townsend, Jan. 12; 630,000
feet lumber and 177,250 Fhlugles, for
Lewcrs & Cooke.
Sunday, Feb. 11.
Am. schr. I?mma Claudlnn, Nielsen,
from Kurckn, Jan. 15; 213,311 feet lum
ber to Allen & Robinson.
Stmr. I.chun, Green, from Maul.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Sfarle. Onhti
Saturday, Fob. 10.
II r. hk. Adderley, Llndfors. for tho
Schr. Golden Gate, Pahla, for Kaun
akakal. Stmr. Kauai, Druhn, for Kahiilul.
Sunday, Feb. 11.
' Jap. S. S. Doyo Maru, for Portland.
Schr. Ada, for Kauai.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
S,tmr. James I.Iakco, Tullett. for Ka
pan at 4 p. m.
Stmr. Lchua, Dower, for Kaiinnkn
kaf. Knmalo, Knlatipapa and Olowalu
at 5 p. in. (May null nt n moment's no
tice provlous to this hour.)
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Jttmr. W. G. Hall. Thompson, for
Nifwlllwlll, Koloa, Eleelo and Hantt
mrrulu at 5 i .m.
Stmr. Maul, for ivgttlar Hawaii ports
at 5 p. 111.
Kdltor Evening llnlletui In refer
ence to th clntenllons or tho Citizens'
Sajlllary Committee of Honolulu to
destroy rats by poison, I beg to tall a
mora serious attention to the matter.
What can bo moro dangerous, more li
able to effect ti fearful calamity nt this
tlmo when rats In our city are affected
by tho plnguo, to dcslroj them by poi
Considering tho effect, that rats will
not dlo Immediately on tho spot where
tliry cat tho poison, but feeling sick
they will rctlro to tholi inaccessible
holes under floors, between walls, etc..
anil dlo there. Tho stench which they
errnto will ho awful, and poison the
all, and a genoral outbreak of the
plague may bo tho consequence. Is It
not at nil events too risky an under
taVIng? Do wo not know that peoplo
poisoning rats have had, for a time,
to abandon their dwolllng places and
tear up floors In a search for ono dead
nit? Anxious for tho health and well
faro of our city and Islands we live In,
Sntlot o? GlcnesHlln Record.
Tho Ilrllish ship Glcnestilii, T. I).
Piltchard master, arrived ami anchor
ed, off port this forenoon with a full
cargo of coal from Newcastle, N. S. AV
for H. Hackfeld & Co. On Saturday
morning last nt about 3 o clock, one
of tho sailors fell ovorboanl. Tho man
ut tho holm quickly threw n ltfo pre
server ovci hoard. Luckily It fell on
the man who, on account of being tin
ablo to swim was about to go down.
Tho ship hovo to, a boat was lowered
away and, after n search, of a half hour
In tho dark, tho man was finally found
and taken aboard ship.
Tho greater a man Is tho moro diffi
cult ho finds It to rest on his laurels
without crumpling thorn.
Statistics show that uo successful
man over woro long curls nfter ho put
on knickerbockers. Mothers, peaso
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receivins their pa
yers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness CfTice, Telephone 236.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
11 3!J Queen Strec
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have Just opened out V
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and AllOver Embroid
eries1,000 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 ti
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
NEWS NOTES OF MAUI
Walluku, Feb. 9. Jutlgo Knhia left,
for Kamalo, Moloknl, via l.ahilim in a ,
whale boat last Thursday morning.
Tho Judge received tho sad news dur
ing the week of the death of una of his
nieces nt Kamalo from typhoid fevei.
Ho may bo expected back on Saturday.
Mr. Field, who went over to M'lunn-,,
lei plantation, l.annl, last week, has
again returned to Walluku. Mr. Field
found on his arrival at Lanal thnt C. It.
Ulvcns had already been given the
place ho was after.
Thcro has iioen plenty of rain on
Maul this wcok. Rain commenced
Sunday afternoon, and on Monday
morning the rain gauges nt Wnlltapu
and also at Walluku each registered
two and a half Inches of rain during .
sixteen hours previous. Ktili district
nlso reports a plentiful supply of rain
water for some of tho largo cisterns
have ns much as three feet of water In
them. Lnhalnn nnd most of the other
districts report plenty of rain. It Is
clear weather today.
Messrs. J. Nelll nnd J. II. Wode
house, Jr. are still In Wnlluku waiting
for a chance to get to Puna, Hawaii.
Mr. Xclll Is to bo head luna of tho new
Puna plantation under Manager W. 11.
C. Campbell, while Mr. Wodchoiiso will
be bookkeeper. A foreigner who hns
been here sometime waiting for the .
first opportunity to get to IIIIo intends
building n skiff, but his friends nre
prevailing upon him not to mako Hie
Tho steamer Centennial arrived at
Kahiilul from San Francisco this morn- "
Rumnrologlsts are Just m numer
ous nnd Just ns pernicious In Wnlluku
ns In Honolulu, Whenever a Jnp dies
cither nt Hann, Klhel, or Kahiilul, r.l
though the doctors declare the cause,
of death to be cither remittent or ma
larial fever, thcsi people persist In
spreading about thnt tho doctors are
supresslng the real cause of death.
Tho Intelligent class, of course, do not
bellevo their theories, but It Is with
the other clusses that these rumorolo
gists becomo a menace to public safety.
They are Indeed tlnngcrous characters
nnd should be tlcnlth with severely b'
One Trust Wins.
Pittsburg. Jan. 110. All of tho Inde
pendent wing of tho glnss manufactur
ers of Pittsburg gave notlco today that
they would not sell glass for delivery
after February 1st at tho cut price set
by tho American Glnss Company,
which yesterday announced that It had
dccldctl upon another reduction of
from 5 to 10 per cent. Tho Independent
llrms will storo their glass until the
present condition has passed, liut say
that the Isolated and smaller com-
panles will be compelled to close their
Mr. Puffer (pompously). "Perhaps
you don't know who I am, sir?" Rail
way Guard. "Yes, sir, I do; you're n
passenger, Hint's all."