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EVhjN'lXH BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., THURSDAY, FEI3KUAH1' 15, lilt)
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Oilumbli, Rambler & Hartford bicyiles e,m to
be just about the right tiling. W have had samples of the-e wh't-U nil
will have a big totU by th "Australia" In two weeks. , ,st of the
Chainless Coluinblus are sold to arlve thev is mkIi adinii'.d for this
wh-el They are 4 pumJs lighter this year and arc fitted with the
SPECIAL TROPICAL TIRIi vhlch makes them a perfect mount for
these IslanJs The Columbia Chainless weighs less than 2; pounds .ind
we K'l.ir.iiitre it for any rider we chine up to joo pounds. Our HAN I'
FORD and RAMBLER ch 1I11 wheels are beautlts, call and see the simples
We have as complete repair shop as ever, though It 'snot conveniently
located at present. During this year we expect to get batk to the old
corner, where a fine mo-em depirtmnt Is to be fitted up In our ne,v store.
At present we sell, rentani 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 wort: done In town, rent the well known Columbia
Chainless, and sell any model of Columbia, Rambler or Hartford for cash
or on easy installments. We want your custom.
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ADY1CK TO THE JAPANESE
Tho follow lug circular hits boon sent
to nil the Japanese of the plantations:
You nn no doubt nwnre that the bu
bonic plague has been existing In Ho
nolulu slnco November Inst and has
caused many deaths. The Hawaiian.
Government, with tho cooperation of
citizens, has adopted strict measures
to prevent its spread and to stamp it
We hear that cases of plaguo havo
appeared In Knhulul, Maul, and also a
case In Hllo, Hawaii. TIiIb Is very se
rious and Is causing us gieut nuxiety.
If the disease Hhoiihl reach the planta
tions It will bring disaster and ruin
to the Hawaiian Islands and will caupo
you all to suffer.
You an- 1 ('quested to read tho fol
lowing imefully and observe- same:
1. The managers and health authori
ties in order to prevent the ols.'iiso
from spreading and reaching the plan
tatloua, have ndopted strict regulations. I
This Is not only for their Interests, but
for yoius as well, as your health and
wclfnie are concerned. You nro ur
. gently irqtiestcd to obey nnd carry out
their instructions and not to inter
fere in any way whatever.
2. There will be Illinois of all kinds
emanating from different irresponsible
pal tli s. You are requested not to be
lieve lu any of them, lu order to get
authentic news or Information, wo
would advise you to go to the planti
tion i) illce nnd enquire through the in
terpreter. You nro requested not to go
in numbers, but to send n delegate or
3. It is very unwise for you to deseit
or leave the plantation. Much more bo
Is It at this time of distress and sick
ness. 4. If you dcbert or leavo the plan'a
tlon, you will bo only prolonging (In
disease You will li.) not only endan
gering your own lives, hut will be the
means i.f spie.ullng the sickness to
C. If you should leave (ho plantation
by Infringing the health regulations
you will havo to suffer and endure
great hardship. You will not bo able
to go much further than the planta
tion yon nro working on ns the other
districts will pi event people from en
tering. After you hnvo onco left the
plantation you may not bo given per
mission to return until tho disease lu.s
For sanitary purposes, housn. per
sonal belongings, etc.. tlm. nro con
sidered dangerous nnd lm'eeteil with
disease by the health authorltlej may
aoiiestrojed by lire. You uro requested
10 submit to their destruction as Jus
tice will bo dono In all case.?.
C. Wo havo positive assurances from
tho plantations that you will bo fur
nished with sufficient food and other
necessary suplllcs. You aro requested
to purchaso and eat food, etc., that
la recommended by tho plantation
nnd health authorities.
7. Tho strict regulation!, nnd rules
that have been or may he adopted will
no doubt rniiRO you n ;reat deal of In
eonvcnlenco but wo would request you
to submit peacefully ns your own Inter
ests nro best served by complying. We
hand you copies of sanitary Instruc
tions issued by tho .Tapnnes-j Medical
Association, You nro requested to read
them carefully and take precautlouaiy
THE JAPANESE EMIGRATION AS
SOCIATION. I)y tho .Inpaneso Emigration Co. of
Ily tho Kumnmoto Emigration Co.
Ily Morlaka & Company.
Hy tho Japan Emigration Company
Ily tho Toklo Emigration Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 19')0.
Tho dlfforenco between greedy folk
and others In not so much In what they
want ns In tho eagerness with which
thoy try to get It.
In inl vJ m
WEEK OP FEB. 12.
MINIS TREL FIRST PART.
Thirty-five People on the Stage.
The Misses Beresford, Leicester, Dixon,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Messrs. Rockwell. Richards, Baxter,
Koogle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and polk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUM MALE QUARTET.
Tiip r-ippnmm 1 trw nnuj-rrc-r
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Choruses Popular Melodies and Orlglral
An Original ComeJy Sketch, Written by
Allan Dunn Expressly for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Al
mee Lelcrster, and Messrs. Lovette
Rockwel land Allan Dunn,
In Hlgh-Clas Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
SlfiNOR AN TONIO,
The .MoJem Samson.
In Ragtime Conn .Melodies.
Prime Beef and Port,
Poultry and Game.
Deliii(uent Notice, Wnialiui
Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Holders of assessable stock In this Com
pany will please tale notice tint all as-
s-ssments due and remaining unpaid on
February 15th will become delinquent and
subject to penalty from and after that date.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO., Ltd.
M52-IW W. A. Bowen, T-easurer.
To Shareholders Nahiku
Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby Riven that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent, or H per
share, will be due and payable at the of
fices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the ist day of March, iqoo.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, iqco. M53-i
Special Meeting of the Stockholder ot
the UNION FEED COMPANY, Limited
will be held at the Company's offict
Judd Building, on FRIDAY, the iGth inst.
at 10 o'clock a. m,, to consider impoitan
business. F. R. VIDA.
Secretary Union Feed Co., I td.
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1900. 14507
"- 'tltntfittt iHKitinn, to nun JA'WJHill-
1 (crttt .h r4 an.f ymit j mtiiflh ttlihitlli
cttai i aJxtrttuiii vtt ajtirt t tht foM. al Honolulu.
ANTID-PiKltlim HO SIK-LI'LH ' s
M IOI:. nvJHJ or cli Jvn. b .1 c mi-rtfni
fffort Willi I'fit fflfirct-s Alo cnJ fm'rrn.
AJJ f s. AtjITll ultlff u-'W
ANrit) IUKMSIILI) or UNrUKMSIILI)
K'nlMSKlihur wnti tut t"iift. uluwr li r
two young men Must tv v hin une and nne-half
mlln (rum 1'iisl Ollue. AJJrrst M (i., II 1x611.
UANTbl)-riVE AtLSsr.NOKR IIOVS t nnc.
v Airfrlcan Mfssengcr Service, llu'el ani A a
ke.i trrrt. ijiq
UANICD-N. r UUtiLSS dn'ali klnj nl
vv small repairing, Lawn Mo.er anJ (Jatdn
lli.se, are sftclaules. Lan AWiwrrswill be call
ed for, by ringing up ia Alsu a lew lor lent
renvifnla street i
WANTED At -n 10 knuw that they can get s"av,d
by awhile barber lor ij terns at il. JEI r&,
6tQK Fort street, opp Club Stable tyoo-tt
WKITINO AND ACCOUNTINti DONE accurate
ly; moderate rates, MR, MUM, care People's
Express Co ; nr General Delivery P P wlf
.""OMPBTfcNT GEIM GIHL WAN1LD lor
- general housework and care of children. Reter
ences required Apply (i M Bulletin office (y
COR SslE-Neat. cosy FOUR-ROOM HOUSE
on Ataklkl street, orposlie the old baseball
grounds. Will give possession Mmh t. Itrms
scry reasonable I M POND,
451 iw Room No. 40), Judd Building.
PR SALE Two Choice LOTS In Alanoa. com
manding slew of Walklkl and Diamond Head.
Sureib slew, fresh air, p'easint nrlghborh od Th
proposed Rapid Transit line will come within a block
il II wlthlna e.ir. P. M. POM)
4SS-IW Room No. 40), Judd Building.
PR SALE Choice POTTED PI ANTS for sale
next door to Mr J. II. U. vJ's Walklkl Road.
ATriNTIONI GREAT BARGAIN. Beautiful
Atextcan Needlework CeMe' pieces, etc Alagnl
ficenl presents lor lidles. Apply II. Osslg, Aloha
llous. Tort street. i4i-iw
FOi" SALI: (im.le .KKIAuL II K; :. er
oM. 1 Set of Harness. Surrev wltli rubber tins.
Ci'l on Q II BbRREY. R oms aai-301 Judd
11 . p., -
U'OK dALt 3.,3oi Le,e im !-: tui.iieitt
house situated near tin heart of the town Pres
ent Net Atonthly Income Stso. Apply to
144) No, jio Fort steet,
COR SALE $1400. Lease ol Cottage centrally.
1 so ears to run. Ground rent $ia per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGP.
t44) No jio Tort street.
FOR SALE $1500. New Alodtrn Cottage and lot
at Kewalo Lot joxton. A bargain as a home
Apply to WILUAAt SAVIDGE.
144) No, )io I'ort street.
FOR SALF A $tB Anthony Camera, reversible
bark, with Hide angle Atorrlson lens. Inqulie at
tms office 1418-if
COR SALE-LAND In ALL PARTS OF THE
CIIY. UyJ. .M.ViVAS n
COTTAGE TO LET mauka of Emma Square.
Enquires on the premls s. uu-tf
TO LET-rURNISIlfcD COTTAGE. Party leav
I Ing for the Coast wishes to sell the furnltnre ot a
j-room cottage with privilege ol renting cottage
Kent $15.00, price of furniture Sivo.to. Close in
town. Apply J. P. this office. i45o-iw
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. nu
I OSr Will the gentlemsn who picked up a ladlrs"
L- GOLD VVATCII, onlorl street, near Hobror.'a
Drug Store, please leave sare.it Willard Brown's
office. I: rt street, and receive reward 1443 iw
ED AT ONCE.
FIVE A': FIVE MEN are
urgently needed at once to act
as Volunteer Sub-Inspectors in
Mr. J. Lightfoot's district at
Pawaa, iWoiliili and Waikiki.
LIGHT WISDOM - - -
Let us tell vou something, about Elec
tric lncandecent Lamps, Perhaps you
have noticed that your bill lor electric
lifthlini; has varied peculiarly from month
to month. When it Is large you say bad
words about your meter and you think
tint the Light Compmy Is cheating vou.
The Company is not cheating you YOU
AR6 CHEA I ING YOURSELF. A lamp
which lias lived Its normal number of
ampere hours, though It may not be dead,
consumes nearly twice as much current
as when It is first used. If when youi
lamps show signs of hiving burned toi
long you would take them out and pur
chasn new lamps you would find that tlu
s-ivlng In your monthly bill would more
thm compensate for the price of the new
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
oisr t o jHS
IN CANS, AT THE
beaiIer; LUfJGH ROoq$.
II. J. NOLTE, Trorrlotor.
I ..r uJJuluiiJl Mitpi,i Nci mm; vjvrntu a,;e.
Weather lliircan, I'unalioii, Feb, 15.
'iinilii inturu - M11111111K minimum,
hH; Midday maximum, 72.
ilni emitter ut !) a. in. 30.0.. Irregular.
Uuw Point C8 I'.
Humidity ut 1) a. m. TO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
IB. Weather cloudy, wind light NH.
Wednesday, Fell. 14.
IJr. h). AhpIco Hicmmer, GO days
from Newenstlo, with coal.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlc, from
Wednesday, Feb. 11.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Moloknl,
Maul and Hawaii.
Stmr, James Makcc, Tullett, for Ka
pan. Stmr. W .u. Hall, Thompson, for
Am. schr. Golden Shore, Rasmussen,
for the Sound, In ballast.
Stmr. Nllliau, Thompwin. for Lahal
11 a nnd Kaannpall.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Schr. Golden Gate, Naopala, for Knu
nakaknl ami Mnunalcl at C p. 111.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
'I he John McDonald from Hongkong
Is anchored off port. She hove In sight
The Clatidlne from Maul and the
Lelnia fiom Moloknl should bo back on
cither Friday or Saturday.
The Mlknlmln Is about ready to sail
and It Is expected that alio will Ball
for nil Knual ports nt 4 p. tn, tomor
row. The Ilrltlah ship ABpIce, John R.
Ilrcmncr master, arrived off port with
3,012 tons of coal last evening. Sho
came In this morning. The Asplco wns
CO days on her trip.
W. F. Drake, formerly a Custom
House inspector, has been employed
ns an ofllcer of the Custom House
aboard tho Australia, W. G. Irwin &
Co, to pay his wnges.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1900.
By order of the Hoard of Health, on and
after midnight, February 14th, 1000, King
street, from Nuuanu to River street, Is
hereby opened for public traffic.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting President Board of Health.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, ic;oo.
The Hoard of Health hereby requests
tint the public of Honolulu carry out the
suggestions of the Citizens' Sanitary
Committee in regard to the poisoning of
rats and the subsequent disposition of the
The Board further sugges's that the
poison shall be placed in suitable localities
each night for one week, beginning Sat
urday night, February 17.
By order of
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting Presid'iit board of Health.
Notice to Shippers.
In the nutter of disinfection or fumiga
tion of freight, shlpp-rs will make no
distinctions between that dfstined for
points on the Island of Oahu and that
Jestl led 'o points on other Islands.
The original cases must be opened and
tlie straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
Just, or other packing material, removed
rom each bottln or tlnj each bottle or tin
is then to be dipped In an approved dls
infecting solution j the Interior of the
original case is then to be washed lit
with disinfectant; in repacking the already
disinfected bottle or tin, no wrapper may
be used unless same has first been fumi
gated or dWnrecteJi the filled case Is to
be closed up and the entire exterior Is to
In cases where the tinned or bottled
gooJs have no loose paper or straw wrap
ping, or where they are not packed in saw
lust or anv similar substance, the entire
original package, after two or more large
openings have been made In it, may be
.lipped In a dlsnlfe t ig solution; but great
c ire must be exercised to Insure the thor
ough disinfection of eacli tin or bottle, and
the whole interior of the original package
is well as the whole exterior surface of
such original package.
Shippers hiving the Interests of the
entire island community nt h-art will ex
ercise very carefully everv piecautlon, anc
isslst rathe' than ImpeJe the effnits of the
Board of Health -in preventing a further
nread of Bubonic Plague In these Ha
Wilful infringement or careless disre
gard of these or other regulations of the
B iard of Health on the part of shippeis,
will be followed by th immediate with
drawal of privilege of shipm-nt of nn
goods whatever by those engaging In such
ipfringsment or caielessness.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A. B. INGALLS,
Superintendent of Dislnf-ction
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 15, 1900.
t 33 Queen Strco
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
We beg to inform the Ladies,
that we have Just opened out'
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and AllOver Bmbroid
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, tu
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection. -
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager. '-
MAUI'S FIGHT PROGRESSES.
(Continued from page 1.)
nnd eats trying to escape from tho llre.
It is believed that not a rat escaped.
Some of tho guards shooting nt ran
dom at the rats nut a fow of tho shots
passed within nn uncomfortable tils-
tanco of tho heads of Senator A. N. K.
polkal nnd nlso Representative W. F.
Poguo nnd It Is n surprise that no very
Bcrlous accident happened judging
from tho reckless uso of fire arms In
the hands of Inexperienced men.
I1RAVE SAILOR FIREMAN.
A sailor from ono of tho vessels In
port was praised very much for the
daring way In which ho tried to save
tho Custom House. Wet hagn wcro '
thrown around him nnd a gang of men
Btood a littlo dlstanco oft hurling
buckets of muddy water on him, while
ho boldly held tho hoso for extinguish
ing tho flying sparks that camo within
reach of tho building. That not a sin
glo accident occurred Is n good re
port of tho work of thoso In charge of
the fire. All tho residences near the
burning block wcro saved.
IN THE DETENTION CAMP.
Ily evening, nil thoso In quarantine
138 men and 30 women wcro comfort
ably quartered In the detention e.imp.
Tho stalls of tho track had new floors
put In, nnd thoso with families nnd
some women wcro quartered there. The
single men wcro plnccd In the grand
stand which was hoarded nil nround.
The Knhulul Indies nro sending cloth
ing nnd food to thoso In quarantine.
senator Iinluwln sent down a liulloi
for them. Mr. Jem Smith of Klhel"..
lu charge of tho camp, and nil tho In-
mates nro In good spirits, thorj being
not n single complaint mntla of their
treatment. Although tho Chlncuo and
.Inpnneso are tho heavy losers, thoy arc
nil looking on tho bright side of life.
Thero Is only ono white man In the
W. J. Hall, malinger of tho Kahulul
saloon, nnd his wife, aro quarantined
In a separate houso by themselves, nntl
during tho flro yesterday thoy watched
from their new quarters tho passing .
away of their old home which was "
nbovo the saloon.
POPULATION IS SCATTERED.
W. T. Robinson claims that lietwccn
1,500 nntl 2,000 Chlncso nntl Japanese
were quartered a month ngo in the
burned block, but yesterday from the
census mndo there wcie only 171 left.
This means that over 1.000 left that
block for various parts of Maul soon
after tho death of Sam Ylnn and the
.Inpnneso woman nntl her child. Many
nro reported to havo sono to Kula,
Home In l'nln nnd Mnkawao, some In
Wnlhe. nnd some have oven left for
This makes tho situation 11 very se
rious one should tho plague break out
beyond the limits of Kahulul. The
small number of doctor Is a fact til .
be deplored. Dm. Garvin nnd WctlX
dick aro the only ones attending those'
In quarantine, while Dr. Armltagn nan
enough to occupy nil his spare mo
ments for of into he has been subject
to calls from tho outsMo districts as
well ns Walluku nnd vicinity.
U-i, atf.v&aii. 4.