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HK 13VININM ItlH.l.hTIN: IIONOUM.U, II. I., PIIIDAY, KlilUIUAKY 10, 1110 1.
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1 The 1900
Culiunhii, Rnmb'er & Hartford Ivcwlcs e-m i"
br iii't ibmit 'lie right thinu. We h.ive ll id dimples nf tlie-e wh rl .mJ
will h.iveabig t"iJ hv the "Austrjili" In twn week. Mi-.t,oftiie
Guiltless ColumbUs .ire told tn arrive tlic-c Is sit ll ;i drill i J f t this
w el lliev me 4 pumJs lighter tills year and lire fitteJ with the
SPliCIAL TltOIMCAL TIUU vhlch makes them a perfect meiiM lor
these Islands The C ilumbi.i Chalnless weighs less than 25 pounds and
we iti.ir.i tre It forany rider washing up to joo pounds. Our MAIM'
FORD and RA.rtBLER chain wheels are beauties, call and see the simples
We haeasconpiete repair shop ascver. though It s not conveniently
located at present. During this year we expect to get back to the old
corneri where a fine mo .em departmnt Is to be fitted up in our ne.v store.
At present we sell, rent and repair wheels In the brlcU building on the
u iper idf ol 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.
i. 0. HALL
JIl Oor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1900.
By order of the Board of Health, on and
after midnight, February 14th, 1900, King
street, from Nuu.inu to River street, Is
hereby opened for public traffic.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting President Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or thoat
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the. honra for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Al ,. wed by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Hoi (ulu, June 14. 189.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 19,00.
The Board of Health hereby requests
tint the public of Honolulu carry out the
suggestions of the Citlrens' Sanitary
Committee In regard to the poisoning of
rat and the subsequent disposition of the
1 tie Board further suggeVs that the
poison shall be phced In suitable localities (
eacn nigh' tor one weeK, ueginning sat"
urday night, February 17.
By order of
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting-Preiidf nt Hoard of Health.
Notice to Shippers.
In the nnt'erof disinfection or fumiga
tion of Ireight, shippers will make no
distinctions between that destined for
points dn tht Island of O.ihu and that
destined to points on other Isl.inJs.
The origin Weaves must be opened and
the straw or loose papjr wrapper or saw '
dust, or other packing miterl.il, removed,
from each hot 1 1 or tin; each bottle or tin'
Is then to be dipped In an app'oved dls'i
Infecting olutlon ; the inte'Iur of the
original case l.s then to be washed 1 lit
with disinfectant; in repacking the alreadv
dislnf cied botile or tin, no wripper may
be used unles same has first been fumi
gated or dl-hrecteJ the filled case Is to
be closed tip and the entire exterior Is to
In ca-es where the tinned or bottled
goods have no loose paper or straw wrap
ping, or where they are not packed In saw
dust or anv similar substance, the entire
original package, after two or more large
openings have been made In It, may be
dipped In a Jlsnlfeit ng solution; but great
cire must be exercised to insure the thnr
ougli disinfection of each tin or bottle, and I
the whole Interior of the otlglnal package'
as well as the whole exterior surface jf '
sucn original package.
Shippers luvlng the Interests of the
entire Island community at h-art will ex
ercise very carefully every precaution, and
assist rather than Impede the effotts of the
Board of Health In preventing a further
spread of Bubonic Plague In these Ha
Wilful Infringement or careless dlsre
gard of these or other regulations of the
Board nf Health on the part of shippets,
will be fol'owed by th Immediate with
drawal of privilege of slupmrnt of any
goods whatever by those engaging In such
Irfringement or carelessness.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A. B. INGALLS,
Superintendent of Disinfection
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb 15, 1900.
Delinquent Notice, Waialua
Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Holders of assessable stock In this Com
pany will please take notice tint all as
srsments due and remaining unpaid on
February 15th will become delinquent and
subject to penalty from and after that date.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO., Ltd.
I452-IW. W. A. Bowen, T-easurer,
& SON. Ltd.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Qer. bk. H. F. Glade, Hacsloop, Bre
men, Dec. 23.
Hr. sp. Poseidon, Chamberlain, Liv
erpool, Dec. 25.
Haw. bk. R. P. hithct, McPhnll, San
Krnnclsco, Dec. 29.
Am. sp. St. Nicholas, Drown, Van
couver Jan. 7.
Am. schr. Mary K. Foster, Thomp
son, San Francisco Jan. 8.
Br. bk. Conway Castle, Evans, Liv
erpool Jan. 8.
Am. schr. Golden Shore, Rasmussen,
Newcastle Jan. 10.
Ger. sp. Cacscrea, Cordis, Nawcastle
Br. sp. Invcrncss-shlre, Pettlc, New
castle Jan. 12.
Am. bk. t'actolus, Watts, Nannlmo
Br. sp. Hollywood, Macnulay, Ant
werp Jan. 13.
Haw. bk. Nuunnti, Jossolyn, New
York Jan. 14.
Am. schr. Mary Dodge, Olson, San
Francisco Jan. 15.
Am. bk. Alex. McNeill, Jorgcnscn,
Ncwcastlo Jan. 15.
Am. schr. Henry Wilson, Johnson,
Gray's Harbor Jan. 1C.
Br. sp. Champion, Jnmcs, Newcastle
Am. sp. Luetic, Anderson, Tacoma
Haw. bk. Mnuna Ala, Smith, San
Francisco Jan. 20.
Haw. bk. Santiago, Engalls, San
Francisco Jan. 31.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, Tacoma Jan.
Am. bk. W. II. Dlmond, Nllson, San
Francisco Jan. 24.
Am. bk. Northern Light, Chnlllston,
San Francisco Jan. 25.
Am. bktno. Jnno L. Stanford, John
son, Newcastle Jnn. 25.
Br. Iik. Forthbank, Ncwcastlo Jan.
Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, San
1 rnnclsco Jnn. 2C.
Br. sp. Lunciug, Chapman, Sydney
Am. schr. Okonngau, Reusch, Port
Ludlow Jnn. 28.
Am. Rear. Aloha, Fry, San Francisco
Br. sp. Dniinmulr, Armstrong, Ncw
castlo Jnn. 30.
Am. schr. It. W. Bennett, Nielsen,
Gray's Harbor Feb. 1.
Am. sp. Cyrus Wakefield, Mauloon,
San Francisco Kc. 2.
Am. bkt. S. N. Castle, Lanfchlt, San
Francisco Feb. 2.
Nor. bk. Sobielg, TJustolsen, New
castle Feb. 2.
Am. oif. Chns. II. Kcnney, Andersen',
Cliemnlnus Feb. 1.
Am. schr. Defiance, Blom, Aberdeen,
Am. sp. George Curtis, Calhoun, San
Francisco Feb. 7.
Am. bkt. Skagit, Robinson, Port
Townsend Feb. 8.
Am. schr. Annio M. Campbell, Frld
berg, Tncoma F,,-,. 8.
Am. sp. Chas. E. Moody, Anderson,
Tncomn Feu. si.
Am. schr. F. S. Redfleld, Jorgcnscn,
Tacomn Feb. 10.
Am. schr. G. W. Watson, Patterson,
Port Townsend Feb. 10.
Am. schr. Emma Claudlna, Nellson,
Eureka co. 11.
Br. sp. Glcncsslln, Prltchard, New
castle Feb. 12.
Am. bkt. Arago, Perry, Callao Fob.
O. S. S. Australia. Lawless. San
Francisco Feb. 14.
Br. sp. Asplce, Brcmncr, Newcastle
Bo fir (I of Education.
Thero was not a quorum nt yester
day's meeting of tho Commissioners of
Public Instruction. Minister Mott
Smlth, however, explained to those
present tho llnanclal situation as af
fecting school appropriations, In view
of tho failure of tho Government to re
celvo Instructions from Washington.
A lot of matters on tho secretary's nie
was referred direct to the teachers'
The Alice Cookc'a Close Coll.
San Francisco, Feb. 9. The schooner
AIlco Cooke, from Honolulu with a
cargo of sugar, drifted In between tho
Fort Point buoy and tho fort yester
day afternoon and bad to let go both
anchors to keep from going upon the
rocks. She was picked up and towed
clenr by tho tug Sea Queen. One of
the schooner's anchors became tangled
In the Sunset cablo, but so far as can
ho learned did no damugo to tho wires.
The AIlco Cooko was sent to the quar
antine station to bo fumigated.
VV A NTS.
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tvittni fit .ffr-tf f tht Mplt t HoioiutM.
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UMNTM)- IP.1 I Se.nnJ Mini MichlnHi
" t li ihurk. Mc . 1'iiwrr p'e'erteJ
drr a he P. ) 11 it im. bt-itf
p'k wim J nj
feline j me ( J'1 vs fn
vAStl D-I'nvltio as IK) Srk'-LPLH or m
v Nl KM Invalid or cli Urrn. b cmM'nt
rrnnHh bel rerir C8 Alu cunJ tn'rr,
AJJ es M . W iftif. i4?-iw
WANm-IUKMMIUl or UNIURNISHCD
U J()1" with nr Hthiut pturJ MiluH. fnr
Iwn younif men Mut h wl hm ime anJ itnfhal(
mtlri I torn Pnst Offie, AJJrnt M i., H-.n 61.
ASTtl)-riVD MbSSLNCEU llOVS at one.
Arrerlc.n Alesenecr btrvic. Mu'cl im A
km tiretrtt. mq i
WANItD-N. I: IIUKI.ESS Jw all kln4s ol
v ftmall trpalrlne. Lawn Mnwert anJ CitrSen
Hum, are tclai'le Lawn Mow. rt will b call
el for, by flntlng up ao Also a few for rent
lenafnla street U46-H
WANTED Mm to know that they can ret shaved
by awhile barber for i tenis at M.JEFrS.
6iqH Fort street, npp Clu lables too-tr
WRITING AND ACCOUNTINd DONE accurate
ly; roderate rates. MR. MUM, cara People's
Express Co; or General Delivery. I O i o'-H
."OMPETfcNT GEHMN GIRL WANTED for
V- general housework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply G M Hullelln iifflce n6o
COR SALE-Neat. cosy TOUR-ROOM HOUSE
1 on Maklkl street, orposlte the old baseball
grounds. Will give possession Mrch i. terms
ery reasonable I' M POND,
,4)) iw Room No. 4op, JudJ Building.
FOR SALE Two holce LOTS In Manoa, com
manding view of Walklkl and Diamond Head.
Superb view, fresh air. pleasint nelghborh' od The
proposed Rapid Transit line will come within a block
of ll within a ear. I'. M. I'O.ND.
I4SSiw Room No. 4Q. Judd Building.
COR SALE-ChoTcc I'OTTFD PLANTS for sate
T next door to Mr J. II. Bovd's Walklki Road.
ATriNTIONt GREAT BARGAIN. Beautiful
Mexican Needlework Certe'Plrres. etc. Magni
ficent presents tor ladles. Apply II. Osslg. Aloha
House. Tort streit. i45-iw
FOR SALE-Cmle t. RRIAGE HORSE. 7ears
old. 1 Set of Harness. Surrey with rubber tires
Call on Q II UbRRhY. R xni i-mi, Judd
hUK bALt 4,500 Lee u, a Urce tenrinent
houe situated near the heart of the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income it o. Arpty l
No, io I ort steet,
COR SALE J1400. Lease of Cottage centrally.
I 90 .ears to run. Grnund rent $ia permon'h.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIIKiP.
441 no 110 1 on siren.
FOR SALE Jijto. New Modem Cottage and lot
at Kewalo. Lot 50x100 A bargain as a home.
No. 110 I on street.
COR SALF- A 5x8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison tens. Inquire at
Inisoflice 1418- f
POR SALE-LAND. IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. ByJ.M.V.VAS n
COTTAGE TO LET mauka of pmma Square.
Enquires on the premts . t4U'tl
Tllh ALOIIx ROOMlNd MOUbt, Fort St Best
rooms and attendance In cltv. sua
Gen. Otis to Return.
New York, Feb. 8. A special to the
Herald from Washington says:
Major General Elwcll S. Otis will be
detached from duty as Governor
General of tho Philippines and Com
mander of the Department of tho Pa
cific Immediately after tho arrival of
the new Phlllpplno Commission nnd
will bo ordered to return to tho United
States. This nctlon will he In compli
ance with tho wishes of General Otis,
who has Informed tho War Department
that ho Is In need of a respite. The
President believes Gencitil Otis can he
relieved after the arrival of tho Com
mission In Ataniln, which will occur
lato In April or early 111 May, without
detriment to tho Interests of tho Gov
ernment. Ho will bo succeeded by the
senior olllccr In tho Islands, probably
Major General MacArthur, who will
be subordlmttei) to the new Commis
sion, which will possess plenary powers
and will ho responsible to tho Wnr De
partment. NEW TO-DAY
Notice to British Subjects.
The attention of Hrltish subjects is call
ed to a Proci imitl"ii by Her Majesty
Queen Victoria, which is now on exhibit
at t Is office and at the Btitish Vice Con
sulate at this port, referring to the state of
war whlih exlts between Her Majestv
and the South African Republic nnd the
Orange Free State, and warning Her
Majesty's subje.ts against assisting either
of the said Republics in the prosecution 0'
hostilities or against trading with the
' ... - W. R.HOARE,
Her Riltannlc Majesty's Consul.
H. B. M.'s Consulate, Honolulu, Feb
ruary if'th, 1900. M57-3t
Honolulu, February 16, 1000.
Th Government Dlsp-nsa'ry has been
established at tl)e Pohukaina School
Building, entrance from Pun.hbowl strett
and Llkeilke street, and Is open to the
public from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., and 1
p. m. to 2 p. m. daily, except Sundays
Secrerary Board of Health.
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
On To Manila.
8" JMMKl INTKLUBKNIir
I . t ..j 1 h pn g New see SfVrr.tn paie.
Weather lliirrail. Piiniihtm, Feb. 10,
- iLiii).cintiiK Morning minimum,
i.i), Midthiy maximum, 71.
IlaioniL'tcr at t) a. in. H0.0D. ItlHlng.
Dew Point lit F.
Humidity at 'J n. in. Gt per cent.
Dlniiiond Head Signal Station, Feb.
1C Wntlher hazy; wind high N.
Frltlny, Feb. IB.
Thursday, Feb. 15
T. K. K. Nippon Mam, Allen, C
dnyH 4 hours from San Francisco; pas
Bcngcrs nnd ISO tons general merchan
dise to II. Hackfcld & Co.
Am. bk. Albort. Griffiths. 1G days
from San Francisco; gen'l mdso to
II. Hackfcld & Co.
Am. sp. John McDonald, Storer, 40
days from Hongkong, In ballast.
T. K. K. America Maru, Ooing, from
China nnd Japan.
Thursday. Feb. 1C
Hr. etmr. Strathgyle, McTarlsh, for
Stmr. Walaleale, Gregory, for Kauai
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
Nippon Maru, Feb. 15. Dr. I. Katsukl,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Llthcrland and
child. Dr. and Mrs. II. M. Bishop, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Kinney, child and maid,
Mrs. O. P. Emerson, Geo. A. Davis,
Daniel McSweeney, K. Ilaldn, N. K.
Otsuka, Prlnco David Kawannnako nnd
servant, Hon. Samuel Parker, Geo. D.
Gear, .Mr. and Mrs. II. W. T. Purvis
and two children, Mrs. P. Schneider
nnd child, C. Hedcmann, Dr. Murray,
Mrs. C. K. Sheridan nnd son, John Do
ran, M. Mukano, Mrs. Oko. Through
for Yokohama K. Ohtanl, Mlzutanl,
K. Want. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Shlralshl,
(. II. Storuk. For Hongkong Mrs.
F. II. Russcy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wil
liams, Frank Mornn, G. II. Mcdhurst,
Julius Iinnatt, Jacob Vis, It, E. McFIe,
A. J. Pnstene.
ANOTimit QUIET DAY.
2 p. m. Thero nro uo new
c.'ibch today. The doctors do
not know what to make at the
Chinese child In Magoonvlllc.
Dr. Davis who has the caso In
hand, states that tho child's
tempcraturo today was 103.
While thero nro not nny out
ward symptoms of the plague,
tho doctor cannot say as yet
whether or no It Is nn assured
case of the dread disease.
Having made somo cultures from tho
specimen from tho body of Mrs. Scrrao
of Illlo, Dr. Hoffman prepared some
slides yesterday nnd stated, after ex
amination under tho microscope, that
the case was certainly most suspicious.
Matsuda Shlgc, female Japanese,
nged L'0, Inanition and exhaustion, An
walolltmi, Feb. 15.
I). S. Knul, male Hawaiian, nged 07,
cancer abdominal, Insane asylum, Feb.
Joseph Jacobscn, male Norwegian,
aged two weeks, diarrhoea, Punch
howl street, Feb. 1C.
Tnl IIIu, malo Chinese, nged 1
years, Inanition, Kallhl detention
camp, Feb. 10.
Specimens I'rom Wnlnlun.
Dm lug tho Hoard of Health meet
ing yt'stertluy afternoon Dr. Iloffmnn
reported to Minister Cooper that ho
had just taken tho outer covering off
tho specimen sent fiom Walalua by
Dr. Hubert Wood. Tho Inner cover
ing wns addressed to Dr. Alvarez. Min
ister Cooper told tho' doctor to go
ah. ad and open the thing. Dr. Hoff
man did so and found n bottlo of alco
hol with a specimen nt tho bottom.
This, of course, was no ubc. Mr. Hen
dry was then sent up to Dr. Alvaicz
and returning, produced tho samo kind
of a bottlo with a like specimen. Noth
ing can bo dono with these, tho alco
hol having hardened them. However,
os soon as the specimens can he Im
bedded In parnfllnc, sections will bo
mado and the same examined under
tho microscope. Doth bottlo wcro la
Cone of Knnlll.
At n meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday afternoon, Minister Cooper
announced that Koalli, the native tak
en from tho kcroscno warchouso de
tention camp was not a suspect and
therefore, tho natives being held at
that place pending a definite decision,
could bo freed at any moment.
Tho Invcrness-sbtre drifted to sea
during tho severe wind of yesterday
afternoon nnd today all manner of
stories aro afloat as to the boats that
followed her. The story learned from
Captain Tuller, harbormnstcr, Is as
"I learned from tho captain of tho
Drummulr, who had his glasses on tho
vessel until dark, that the pilot boat
started out with Captain Sanders, Mr.
Rennlo, Captain Pcttle of tho Inverness-shire,
Harry Evans and a num
ber of natives In addition to tho pilot
boat crew. In tho channel another
boat with fifteen men of tho Champion
going out to assist, was taken In tow.
Tho captain says that ho saw both
these and another boat go alongside
tho drifting Bhlp and that everybody
ihcro Is a story about town today
that Hnrry Evans was In the second
boat nnd that this was'caught In a galo
and drifted to sea, away from tho pilot
boat nnd tho Invcrness-shlro.
On account of the nature of tho wind,
It will bo Impossible for tho drifting
ship to make port beforo tomorrow or
J !.. t .111.
-Oil Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import C o.
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and Ail-Over Bmbroid
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 be appreciated.
Having imported the same direct -from
the larger manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able to
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection. v
Itcprrnentatlvo members of tho threo
.MiihoiiIc lodges will participate In the
memorial exercises of tho lato Mrs.
Ilonrtlmaii nt tho Christian church on
Sunday nt .1 p, in., out of sympathy for
(ho bereaved husband, 11 member of the
order Rev. J. G. Hay will conduct tho
service. After tho dismissal of tho
congrcgnllon the urn containing tho
ashes of tho lamented lady will bo car
ried, under private escort, to Maklkl
cemetery, whero It will bo deposited In
tho Hasslngcr mausoleum.
A birdseye view of the region
tbout Manila. It is given in On To
WEEK OF FEB. 12.
MINIS TREL FIRST PART.
Thlrtv.fiv P.inl nn tf, Qtim,
The Misses Beresford. Leicestet, Dixon,
nitnarus, iaitiey anu Vjaie.
Messrs. Rockwell. Richards, Baxter,
Konple. Antonio, Livingston, Adams - J
HAWAIIAN QUINTBTTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and Polk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUM MALH QUARTET.
THE ORPHEUM LADY QUARTET.
Choruses Popular Melodies and Origlral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Adan Dunn Expresyly for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss AI
mee Leicester, and Messrs. Lovette
Rockwel land Allan Dunn.
In Hlgh-Cla's Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
The Modern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon Alelodles.
To Shareholders Nahiku
Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent, or teper '.' '
share, will be due and payable at the of- ik
(ices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the 1st day of March, 1000.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. to, 1900. M53-IW