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Columbia, Rambler & Hartf..rl hivi'lc c m to
be just about he ti;ht thing. We have hid sample of thee v li ! .md
Will have a big hu.k by ih "Auntr.ill.i" In two weeks. M t of the
Chalnless Columbia are olJ to arrive thee I su h a dt-m.t d for this
nv ) el Thev are 4 p-tunls lighter this year and are fitteJ with the
SPECIAL TROPICAL TIM. v hlch make them a perfect mount lor
these Islands The Columbia Chalnless welsh less than 25 pound and
we 1: i.ir.riin- it for any rider weighing up to 300 pounds. Our HAH T
FORD and RA.dHLER chain wheels are beauties, call and see the samples
We have as complete repair shop as ever, though It 's not conveniently
located at present. During till year we expect to get back to the old
currier, where a tine mo:ern department Is to be fitted up In our ne.v store.
At present wc sell, rent and repair wheels in the brick building on the
upper sld- of King street opposite to where our old stand was and are able
to do the best repair wort; 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.
Gr. "Port and KZinir t.
VESSHLS IN TOUT.
Ocr. bk. H. F. (Undo, Hnosloop. Hit
Turn, Dee. 23.
Ur. sp. Poseidon, Chamberlain, Liv
erpool, Deo. 23.
Hnw. bk. It. 1'. Ulthet, McPhall. San
Kranclsco, Doc. 29.
Am. sp. St. Nicholas, Hrown, Van
couver .Ian. 7.
Am. sclir. .Mary K. Foster, Thomp
son, San Francisco Jan. S.
Ur, bk. Conway Castle, Evans, Liv
erpool Jan. S.
Am. schr. Uoldcn Shore, Hasmusacii.
Newcastle .Ian. 10.
tier. sp. Cnoserea. Cordis. Nawcastlo
Ilr. up. Inverness-shlre. Fettle, New
castle Jan. 12.
Am. lik. I'actolus. Watts. Nannlmo
Br. sp. Hollywood. Mncaulay. Ant
werp Jan. 13.
Hnw. bk. Niuianu. Josselyn, New
"York Jan. 14.
Am. sclir. .Mary Dodge. Olson. San
I'tani-lsco Jan. It.
Am. lik. Alex. McNeill, Jnrgcnscn.
fCowonstle Jan. 15.
Am. whr. Henry Wilson, Johnson.
CSray's Harbor .Inn. 1(5.
Pr. sp. Cliamplou, James, Newcastle
Am. sp. I.uclle, Anderson, Tacoma
Haw. bk. Manna Ala. Smith, San
Francisco Jan. 20.
Haw. bk. Santiago, Hngalls, San
yranclsco Jan. 31.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, Tacoma Jan.
Am. bk. W. II. Dlinond. Nllson, San
Francisco Jan. 21.
A:n. bk. Northern Light. Challlston,
Sin Francisco Jan. 23.
Am. bktne. Jano L. Stanford, John
son. Newcastle Jan. 23.
Ilr. bk. Forthbank. Newcastle Jan.
Am. bkt. Arrhor. Calhoun, San
irunclsco Jan. 2H.
ttr. sp. Lew-lug. Chapman, Sydney
Am. schr. Okonngan. Heiisch, Fort
X,ucllow Jan. 28.
Am. sclir. Aloha, Fry, San Francisco
Ur. np. Drummiilr, Armstrong, New
castle Jan. ::o.
Am. schr. It. W. Ilennett. Nielsen
Rray'H Harbor Feb. 1.
Am. sp. Cyrus Wakefield, Macloon,
San Francisco Fo-.. 2.
Am. likt. S. N. Castle, Lanfeldt, San
Francisco Feb. 2.
Nor. lik. Sobroig, TJiistolsen, Now
castlo Feb. 2.
Am. lik. Chus. 11. Kcnney, Anderson,
Uhcmalmts Feb. 4.
Am. schr. Dollance, Illom, Aberdeen,
Am. sp. Ocorgo Curtis, Calhoun. San
yranclsco Feb. 7.
Am. bkt. Skagit, Hoblnson, Fort
Townsoml Feb. 8.
Am. schr. Annio M. Campbell, Frld-
licrg, Tacoma Fvj. 8.
Am. sp. Chns. 1-2. Moody, Anderson,
Taronm Feb. !l.
Am. schr. F. S. Ucdfleld, Jorgensen,
Tacoma Feb. 10.
Am. schr. 11. W. Watson, Patterson,
Port Townsend Feb. 10.
Am. schr. Hnunsi Claudlnn, Ncllson,
.Eureka en. 11.
Ur. sp. Glcnesslin, Prltchurd, New
castle Feb. 12.
Am. bkt. Arago, Ferry, Callao Feb.
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, San
yranclsco Feb. 1 1.
THE LAST CAR.
Tho last cars of tho King strent lln
going to Walklkl and Pnlama pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mixolo
gists In the city aro tbero always to
put you up nnythlug you may dcslrn.
Drop In and tnko a drop beforo yon
tako tho car. Tho eclobrated Seattle
Iseur Is to bo had here on draught A I
tnl lino of liquors, Including tho fa-1
,"oTl Sm"RcK TpVwarr:
The Anchor Saloon Is hero to pleaso its
Tho Evening Hullotin,
75 ccnt3 per
Heal Estate Transaotiop
BubaoriberH are furnished with from flu
to six Hats per wuek, giving an oocm 1
record of all deeds, mortgares, leanex.
teased, powers of attornoy, oto., ntu, u..r
are plaoad on rcoord.
Subscription I'rlco. $8.00 per "?om
A. V. G-EAR
Judd Building, IIocoloi.
WEEK OF FEB. 12.
MINIS FREL FIRST PART.
Thirty-five People on the Stace.
The Misses Ueresford, Leicester, Di.on,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Messrs. Rockwell, Richards, Baxter,
Koogle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and Folk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUM MALF. QUARTET.
THE ORPHEUM LADY QUARTET.
Choruses Popular Melodies and Origlral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Allan uunn fcxpressly lor the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Ab
mee Leictster, and Messrs. Lovette
Rockwel land -Mian Uunn.
High-Class Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
The MoJern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon Melodies.
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
A Stock on hand and your In-
spectlon is Invited.
To Shareholders Nultilai
Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of loper cent, or 2 per
share, will be due and payable at the of
fices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the 1st day of March, iqoo.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1900. 1453MW
Special Meeting of the Stockholder of
! "e UNION FEED COMPANY, Limited.
will be held at the Company's office,
1 Judd Building, on FRIDAY, the iuth Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. m., to consider ImpoiLtnt
business. F. R. VIDA.
Secretary Union Feed Co,, I td.
Honolulu, Feb. 8, njoo. !45-7t
jlenrjr Wale-r iouso & Co.
H. H. Williams, furniture dealer and
undertaker, can be found at his residence,
Fort street, below Fort Street House.
Tel. 840. 1452-iw
ciinr u-ttl N iMHtttt 4tt(tnt
.1 -r, f-til l"trt
licit, to (tnt tinJtnti-
.1 n n "l' tstht
tt,' . th, p.ofiit hvnnlul
HANTri)-Poltlon .s III) St-K LPhH or s
' M H-L. InvallJ or ch IJ'on. b
a c mr"ent
trMin with ts?t t.tttrncc-s
Alvi jjchiJ e.im(rv
ajj s v .u , rn nmco.
WANTfcD-fUMMSIICtl nr tNrUHMSIICU
l(: KIMS with nr ltli ml bo.uJ; sulMe d.r
lwi yount; men. Miul b wl.liln tine anj one-half
mlllroin I'mtOftue. AJJrcss M Ci., llnx etj.
WANTfcl-riVI: MliSSLNOPH HOYS at mtr,
Airtrlcan AtesniKir Sirvlce, Hotel nJ Aia
kfa trn!. ma
WANiLt)-N. P IIUKiiLSS Jom all klnJ nl
vnall icrlrlnc. Lawn Memo and Garden
llnse, are eclailes. Lawn Mowers will be call
ei (or, by rlnlnc up uj. AIo a tew lor rent
PenMcola street tuo-'t
WANTLD-M.n to know that thev can cetsnaveij
by a white barber tor i; len.s at II. JKI t-S,
6iq' lort street, opp Club Subles liou-tt
WRITINO AND ACCOUNTISli DONE accurate
ly, moderate rates. MH, MUM, care I'eople's
Eapress Co-, or Onerai Delivery. I' d nai-H
.COMPETENT f.LHMAN ill. WANTED tot
ceneral housework anJ care ot children. Keter
ences required Apply 0. M llulletln ullice n6a
POK SUU-Ne.it. cosy Pot'R-KOOM HOUSE
I on Alaklkl street, opposite the eld baseball
erounds. Will ulse possession Manh t. lerms
s rry reasonable I' M POND.
1 4 $q iw Room No. lot. Judd Hulldlnt;.
COR SALE Two ( holce LOTS In Manm. com
I mandlncvlew nl Walklkl and Dlsmond Head.
Superb view, fresh air, pleasint nelRhborh od. Th
rroposed Rjrld Transit line wlllcome within a block
ill It within a j ear. P.M. POND.
MSS-iw Room No. 40), Judd Building.
POR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sale
F nest door to Mr J. II. llivd's Walklkl Road.
ATTtNTIONI C5REAT HARGAIN. UeautKul
Mexican Needlework Certe rleces. etc. Magni
ficent presents tor ladles. Apply II. Ossle, Aloha
House, Tort street. i4i-iw
FOR SALU-Grnlle .KRIACib HORSE. 7ears
old, 1 Set of llsrness. Surrey with rubber tires
Call on O. II HtRREY, R..oms tc)-04. Judd
Ilul Jin mo-'m
FOR SALE 14500 Ie4e 01 a large tenement
house situated near the heart of the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income $ no. Arply to
I4t) no. ,10 tortsteef,
FOR SALE $1400. Lease of Cottace centrally.
30 sears to run. Ground rent $ti per month.
Apply to WILUAM SAVIIKiP,
144 rso 310 I on street.
FOR SALE $!,. New Modern Colt a Re and lot
at Kewato. Lot soxtoo. A barcaln as a home.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVILHiB.
I44) .SO. IU I UII S1HCI.
FUR SALE A 5K3 Anttnny Camera, reversible
back, with wide anele Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnts oltice uiS-'t
COR SALE-LAND- IN ALL PARTS
F CITY. HyJ. M. VtVAS.
COTTAGE TO LET irauka of
Er.qulres on the premls-s.
TO LET-PUKNISIIEDCOTTA(iE. Party teas
' Ini; tor the Coast ulhs to sell the furnltnre uf a
j. room cottage with privllRe of rentlnjr cottane.
Rent $15.00, price of furniture f no.to. Close In
ton. Aryly J. P. this othce. 1450-iw
rHE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I room and attendance In city. Ml
I OST Will the pntlem.in who picked up a ladles
L. GOLD WATCH, on Port street, near llobron's
Drue Store, please leive sarcat vVillard llnmn a
olli.e, Port street, and receive reward I4i3 iw
Delinquent Notice, VVninlua
Aricultutvil Co., Ltd.
Holders of assessable stock in this Com
pany will please take notice tint alias-
s-ssine its due and remaining unpaid ou
February 15th will become delinquent and
subject to penalty from and after that date.
WAIAI.UA AGRICUL fURAL CO., i.td.
1452-iw W. A. Bowen, T'easurer.
JVlcBryde Supm Co., Ltd.
Notice ishe'ebv liven that the Fifth
Assessment of live (5) per cent. (Si.oo per
share) levied on the assessable stock of
the McHRYDE SUOAR CO., LTD., Is
due on March 1st, njoo, and will be de
linquent on April 1st, iyoo. Stockholders
will please make prompt payment at the
office of Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
By order of the directors.
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
Treasurer A.cBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu. Feb. 8, njoo. I-155'Gt
Prime Beef and Pork,
Poultry and Game.
O 1ST TC C? MS
IN CANS, ATT1IK
BEAVER LUICH 1(00,
II. J. NOLTK, Proprlotor.
II. I., W.EDN12SIMY, FKUUUAUY II, i.
, p it: NeAs see MVeni patre.
Wratl'T llnirau. I'lllialioil. Feb. II
-icmi ( luitiif Morning minimum.
f8; Mltblny uinxiinutn, Tfi.
Ilaromcter at !) a. in. 3001 Sternly.
Hal nrn 1 1 0.00.
Dew Point til F.
Humidity nt !) it. in. "2 per cent.
Dlnmon . Ilotul Signal Station, Feb.
1 1. Weather clear, wind NR.
Wednesday, Feb. 1 1.
O, S S. Australia, Lawless, from San
Stnir. lwalanl, Slmerson. from Kona
Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Stmr. Leliun, Green, for Kaunnknknl,
Kamnlo, tvalaupapa. Klhel, Olownlu
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
Wednesday. Feb. 14. .
Am. sp. St. Nicholas. Hrown, In bal
last for the Sound.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Maul, for Hawaii ports at 5 p.
Stmr. Jifmes Mnkee, Green, for Kn
paa ;U A p. 111.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Nawllwlll, Koloa and Klcclc nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. Nllliau, Thompson, for Lahn
Inn nntl Knaunpnll nt 4 p. in.
I'roni Hawaii ports, per stmr. lwa
lanl. Feb. II. .1. Knuhane, Mr. and
Mrs. Itobello, Mr. Illojanko. C. Y. Akl.
MRS. WIDEMANN'S WILL.
John M. Dowsett petitions, on behalf of
himself and Henrv It. Macfarlane and
Federlck W. Mactatlane, executors named
in the document, for ptobate of the will
0' the late Mary Kallmann WIdemann.
T le estate comprises real property valued
a $10,500, Including the WIdemann home
s ead premises at Punahou, and personality
valued at 5250. Rights in land on Kual
are bequeathed to a niece and a nephew,
who also receive ?2?o cash each. Mrs.
William Lanz. the testator's daughter
Oertrude. Is ulven a piece of land wltn
the appurten.mces on the Ewa side of
Punahou street, beginning 585 feet from
Heretania street, and containing 1.8S4
acres. Her daughter Anna WIdemann
receives another piece of land on the same
siJe of that street, beginning 715 feet from
Heretania street, and containing a like area
with the appurtenances. 'I he personal
property, consisting of jewelry, is divided
between the daughters, sons, and Harry
Ma. f.irlane, grandson. All the rest of her
property the testator bequeaths "to thoso
who mav be entitled to the same by the
I iwsof the descent of property" as though
she died Intestate.
Judge Perry has signed the decree against
defendants, following decision on bill to
set aside deed. In the case of Thomas
Christley vs. J. Alfred Magoon and binlly
lYiagiion, wltn cosis taxed at 5).
POST OFPICn EXTENSION.
Illila were opened nt tho Interior
Olllee nl noon for the construction of
tho postoillce extension. They wore
William Dunbar $11,9S0
John V. Howler 12.251
Vietor Hoffman 12.799
Harry & MiCiownn 14,783
Lucas llrothcrs 1G,SS0
Tho conttact was not awarded, pend
ing Invest iKiitlon of tho availability ot
funds. Superintendent Itowcll had
figured, some time past, for n $G,000
.JAPS TANTALIZE GUARDS.
When tho Hist detail of N. O. H. men
went on civilian bwihI duty nt Ku
llhl detention ramp Monday night they
wore their uniforms but, nct-onllng to
the orders, boro no arms. A parcel of
Smait 'Aleck Jnpancso proceeded to
tantalize them, calling out to them llko
tbls: "Ha, soldiers no good, no got
gun, nobody care for you." Tho guards
men let them chatter to their hearts'
content, hut, had necessity occurred,
were remly to tench tho Oriental jok
ers wbulesome respect for Caucasian
soldiers even without guns.
. Stocks nt the Count.
San ranclsco, Keb. 7. Tho latest
quotations of Hawaiian stocks arc ns
Hnna P Co
1 law Com
Hutch S. P ,
Onnmcn 2(5 Vi
Tho s'lles wore: 200 Makawell
r.0; ir do, .'(n: 2: do, 43.87Vj: 00 do.
11.00; 15 Haw Com.. 8(5; 25 Honokaa,
2D.S71A; 10 Onnmcn, 20.50; 50 Hana,
7.25; 15 Hutch S., 25.75; 2S5 do, 25.50;
50 do, 25.(12'.,; 50 Maknwell, 43.87V&!
50 Ononiea, 2U.50; 100 Panuhau. 20.50.
To ilnpdncHC Liiliopct'H.
Tho Jnpancso Immigration Hurenu
Is sending out circulars to nil tho Jap
nneso ou tho plantations calling atten
tion to tho necessity of following tho
Instructions of tho health authorities.
This circular includes tho Instructions
of tho Jnpancso Consul and urges upon
nil Jnpancso to accept nil rules and
regulations without protest. Assur
nnco Is given that tho plantations will
sec to It that nono suffer unnecessarily
nnd nn appeal mndo to tho loyalty of
tho Jnpancso to render every nsslstanco
possible to thoso In charge.
InvcHtlAnte Fire I.okhch.
Mr. Soxton who arrived today by tho
Australia, Is tho special representa
tive of Hin Firemen's Fund Insurnnco
Company. Ills mission to Honolulu Is
to luvcstlgnto tho claims growing out
of tho Chinatown tire. This company
having hendmmrtcrs In San Francisco
-3ft Queen Stree'
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Go
We beg to inform the Ladies'
that we have Just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and AH0ver Embroid
eriesl,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 larger manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able ti
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager,
HEALTH BOARD MEETING
At a meeting of the Iloaul of llialtn
yesterday nftcrnoon there wcro prcs-X
cut the following: President Wood.
Minister Cooper, Dr. Day, F. J. Ijowrcy.
F. M. Hatch, (leo. V. Smith nnd Dr.
The 111 st mntter brought by b
President Wood was u letter from Dr.
Mooro of llllo which was published In
yesterday's llulletln. After reading
this Dr. Wood expressed it as hi it opin
ion that tho situation was much grav
er In 1 1 tlo than In Honolulu. The
plague bacilli had been found in speci
mens sent in the Knlulani. In llllo
there was no ono who knew anything
iibout tho plague. President Wood
suggested that a physician bo brought
hack from itinul and Hnwnll to study
the plague. After n little dlscunslnn as
to the physician to go to llllo, the fol
lowing resolution was ndoptcd, Presi
dent Wood expressing his willingness
to go to 1 1 i to:
"Unsolved, TJiat-tho President of
tho Hoard ho authorized to appoint
such agents and to tako such ac
tion In Hllo and elsewhere on the
Island of Hnwnll U3 tho situation
may, In his Judgment, demand."
President Wood stated that ho could
not figure how Mrs. Scrrao had taken
tho disease. It was not clear that she
had conio Into contact with any Orien
tal goods. President Wood continued
Hint ho believed the steamship com
panies nnd merchants of Honolulu had.
been growing restless under tho tpiarl
nntlno regulations aim were inclined toj
ship ns much freight ns possible. He
stated this without prejudice to any
of the companies. Honolulu merchan
dise ho did not consider any bettor ol'
snfer than Oriental. After further dis
cussion It was voted that all ships'
manifests be approved by comparison
with tho shipping receipts beforo the
ship leaves Honolulu.
It was voted that the shipment of
certain food supplies In the Golden
(ate to Lannl lie' allowed.
It was voted that tho Japanese of
tho S. S. Strathgyle bo allowed to land .
It was voted that nil eggs from
Oriental ports, packed In loam or char
coal, be at once destroyed.
The motion of a previous meeting,
condemning only a part of tho .South
street tenement house was reconsider
ed nnd, on motion of Mr. Lowrcy, it
was voted this building bo declared In
fected by plague nnd that public safe
ly requires Its destruction by tiro.
It was voted that the Bteamcrs Le
liun, Hall nnd Makco be allowed to
leue Honolulu for their destination
on condition that they show manifests
of their entire cargo to tho Hoard for
comparison with the freight bills.
Ktiutv.'K Nov Flagship.
San Diego, Feb. 0. Lato this after-'
noon Admiral KnuU transferred his i
ling from the Philadelphia to tltu Iowa. '
the transfer being attended with Un
usual salutes and ceremonies. The
Phllndclphlu then left for San Fran
was able to act quickly.
. .'-i n