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THE KVININd IUjMST1N: HONOLULU, U. I., BAI'UIIIMY. PKIIHUAI.y 17, lim..
Out of 1r it too, regular beauties. We received but 20 by this
fcAUtr.iHi," All 'he S. F. house coulJ
mild there. C1I anJ see wl1.1t a 19:0 Rambler looks like and you will
mant one, but come soon a. tveral are sold to ar Ive and as we had 110
stork when thee roI here 20 will not last long.
This Is our s'ronR point as we have the best repair man In the Islands
smJ are thus able to Ruarjntee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
repairs, no matter how badly a wheel Is smashed up we can make it as
jpiod as new. We know we are not located well at present and our cus
tomers and selves are put to a Rood derl of Inconvenience, but a Rood start
has been made on our new quarters and after a few months we will show
you bicycle and sportinR goods quarters that will be a credit to any city in
the U. S. In the meanwhile we will have to hoomanawanul, If the
next Australia brlnRS us what we have
have something Interesting to tell ycu'when she comes. When you want
to rent a wheel ccme to us.
E. 0. HALL
Oor. F'ort and Kins: Sts.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, to.
By order of the Board of Health, on and
after midnight, February 14th, :ooo, King
aftreet, from Nuuanu to River street, Is
hereby opened for public traffic.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting President Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
Ting water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
arc from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
superintendent Wnter Works.
AUi Wed by A. YOUNO,
Minister ot Interior.
Hot Julu, June 14, 189.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1000.
The Board of Health hereby requests
that the public of Honolulu carry out the
aiRRestlons of the Citizens' Sanitary
Committee in regard to the poisoning of
mr and the subsequent disposition of the
ine Board further suggests that the
prison shall be placed In suitable localities
each night for one week, beginning Sat
vx&ay night, February 17.
By order of
HENRY E. COOPER,
Acting President Board of Health.
Notice to Shippers.
To the matter of disinfection or fumlga
Uni of freight, shippers will make no
distinctions between that destined for
piwits on the Island of Oahu and that
destined to points on other Islands.
The orlglml cases must be opened and
She straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
dmt, or other packing material, removed
Jrom each bnttlu or tin; each bottle or tin
then to be dipped In an approved dis
infecting solution; the interior of the
original case is then to be washed ut
with disinfectant; In repacking the already
disinfected bottle or tin, no wrapper may
Je used unless same has first been fuml
XMted or dl'lntected; the filled case Is to
(Sectored up and the entire exlerlor Is to
Tri cases where the tinned or bottled
Spois have no loose paper or straw wrap
ping, or where they are not packed In saw'
dest or any similar substance, the entire
original package, after two or more large
overlings have been made In it, may be
dipped In a dlsnifecting solution; but great
cart must be exercised to Insure the thor-K-r-gh
disinfection of each tin or bottle, and
ae whole Interior of the original package
as well as the whole exterior surface of
such original package.
Shippers having the Interests of the
entire Island community at' heart will ex
ercise very carefully every precaution, and
assist rather than Impede the efforts of the
Board of Health In preventing a further
spread of Bubonic Plague in these Ha
Wilful Infringement or careless dlsre-j-jird
of these or other regulations of the
Board of Health on the part of shippers,
will be followed by th Immediate with
ifrawal of privilege of shipment of any
8ods whatever by those engaging In such
infringement 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
peny will please take notice that all as
sessments due and remaining unpaid on
February 15th will become de Inquent and
subject to penalty from and after that date.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO., Ltd.
1452-iw W. A. Bowen, Treasurer.
spnre on nnount of the Rieat de-
ordered In the" wheel line we will
& SON, Ltd,
Honolulu, February 16, ioco.
The Government Disp-nsary has been
established at the Pohukalna School
Building, entrance from Pun.'hbowl street
and Llkellke street, and Is open to the
public from 8:30 a. m. to 10 a. m., and 1
p. m. to 2 p. m. dally, except Sundays
Secrerary Board of Health.
WEEK OP FEB. 12.
MINIS TREL FIRST PART.
Thirty-five People on the Stage.
The Misses Beresford, Leicester, DUon,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Messrs. Rockwell, Riclwrds, Baxter,
Koogle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB,
In Native Melodies and Folk-Songs.
THE ORPHEUMMAL.F. QUARTET.
THE ORPHEUM LADY QUARTET.
Choruses Popular Melodies and Orlglral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Allan Dunn Expresflv for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Al
mee Leicester, and Mensrs. Lovette
Rockwel land Allan Dunn.
In High-Class Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
The Modern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon Melodies.
To Shareholders Nahiku
Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of 10 percent, or fz per
share, will be due and payable at the of
fices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the ist day of March, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1900. i4$3-iw
8tocks on the Coast.
San Francisco, Feb. 9. Hawaiian
stocks closed yesterday as follows:
Hana P Co 7 VA
Haw C & S Co 85 88U
Horiokaa S Co 29 29
Hutch S P o 25 25
KUauea S Co 25
Makawcll S Co ,. 43
Onomea S Co 25
Paauhau S Co ., 25
Sales: 60 Hana P Co., J7.25; 10 do,
7.37; 120 Honokna, 29.62; 10 Hutch
inson S P Co., 25.60; 200 Makawell,
43.50; 170 Onomea S Co., 26.00; 265
Paauhau, 26.00; 110 do., 25.75; 25
Hutchinson S P Co., 25.50; 125 do,
25.50; 10 do, 25.25; 10 do, 25.62; 415
Makawell, -1.75; 1U Haw. Com. & S.,
86.00; 260 Honokaa 29.62; 10 Onomoa,
26.00; 365 Paauhau, 25.75; 100 Paau
hau, 26.00; 100 Hana, 7.37; 100 Hana,
7.50; 100 Honokaa, 29.37; 100 do,
Ho (after marriage:) "What! You
have no fortuno? You said over and
over again that you wcro afraid some
one would marry you for your monoy."
She "Ycr, nnd you said over and over
again that you would bo happy with
mo If I hadn't n penny. Well, I haven't
TirSSa.'l ' ' tktltolumn wtllbtinuiliJ tlHtinl'
t)C5 dlinijttit inuttion; to ttnli itconJtnuf
'Inn, ft. unit 4 tprik Jaj fnttiitt s mjntt lHltttbt
tbtJtptit jj-.trriit.f tvtr offtttj Ibtfitcplt of Honolulu
LOST On Alanal street, htimn lltrrt.mla anJ
Kfnau street I'rlJay nlghti I'-ePruarv 6, HLACK
Cllli ION nJ Jet shoulJer CAI'fc with bU(k siiln
rlMw). HnJer will klnily leave litre at the Hulle
tln office. i a ;8-l f
XANTED-mallSecnniHinJ Machinists Lathe
wlih chuck,, etc. hoot Power preferred. Ad
dress lathe I'. O. Ilo )w. State prlc. wanted and
here tame can be seen. u7Mt
WANTED-Posltlon as HOUSEKEEPER nr at
NURSE, Invalid or children, b a competent
person with belt relerences Also good teamtress.
Address S. M , Ihls office. uss-iw
WANTfcD- FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
ROOMS with or without boird; suitable for
two young men. Must be within one and one-half
miles from Post Office. Address M. G., Box 6t.
WANTED-FIVE MESSENGER DOYS at once,
American Messenger Service, Hotel and An
kea streets. uo
XlANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds of
small repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by rlnlng up era. Also a few for rent.
Pensacola street 1446-1!
WANTED Men to know that they can ret shaved
by a whit barber for tj cents at li, JEFFS,
6ioM Fort street, opp. Club Stables tioo-if
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly: moderate rates. MR. MUM. cart People's
Express Co.; or General Delivery. P. O. i tgs-tf
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
V general housework and care of children. Refer
ences required. Apply G. M.. Bulletin office n6o
FOR SAIE-N.lt. cosy FOUR-ROOM HOUSE
on Maklkl street, opposite the old baseball
grounds. Will give possession March t. Terms
very reasonable P. M. POND.
145$ iw Room No. 40), Judd Building.
PR SALE Two Choice LOTS In Manoa. com
manding view of Walklkl and Diamond Head.
Superb view, fresh air, pleasant neighborhood. The
proposed Rapid Transit line will come within a block
of It within a year. P.M. POND.
1455-iw Room No. 40), Judd Building.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PUNTS for sale
next door to Mr J. H. Boyd's Walklkl Road.
ATTENTION! GREAT BARGAIN. Beautiful
Mexican Needlework Centerpieces, etc. Magni
ficent presents tor ladles. Apply II. Osslg, Aloha
House, Fott street. ,43iw
COR SAIE-Genlle CARRIAGE HORSE. 7 years
1 old. 1 Set of Harness. Surrev with rubber tires
Call on Q. II. HbRRbY, Rooms 201-104. Judd
FOR SALE $4Soo. Lease of a lirge tenement
house situated near the heart of the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income $to. Apply to
441 No. 110 Tort steely
COR SALE $1400. Lease of Cottage centrally.
1 so years to run. Ground rent $ia per mon'Ji.
Apply tu WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
1441 No jio Tort street.
COR SALE $1500. New Modern Cottage and lot
at itettaio. Lot soxtoo.. a rargatn as a nome.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
raaj No. no Fort street.
FOR SALE A jx8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inaulie at
tnls office i.tS-lf
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. l)9
COTTAGE TO LET mauka of Emm Square.
Enquires on the premlsrs. ,4;t-tf
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
' rooms and attendance In clty iji
On Monday next and following days
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.,
will 'open their store at 7 a. m. and will
close at s P- m. T4SS-T
By the Mlowera
has received a large shipment of
Flounders . .
By the Australia they also received a
fine lot of
Beefs and Eastern
And also POULTRY and GAME and -
are now prepared to fill irders for
-TURKEYS, CHICKENS, MAL
LARD, SPRIG TEAL and CAN-
VAS BACK DUCKS -
. M3- t
Notice to Intending Pas
sengers Per S. S
The Agents hereby give notice that the
Steamship "Australia" will leave this
Port for San Francisco on Tuesday, the
20th Instant, at 4 P. m. All heavy
baggage must be delivered at the Oceanic
Steamship Co.'s Warehouse for disinfec
tion between the hours of nine and twelve
a. m. on Monday, the 19th Instant, and
all Cab n and Hand Baggage at the same
place between the hou's of eight and ten
a. m. on the day of sailing. Keys must
accompany baggage. All such baggage
etc , after disinfection will be cared for and
delivered to the Steamer by the Com
pany's Employees. Transportation from
the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s Dock to the
Steamer will be furnished passengers at
1:30 p. m., of the day of salting, and all
passengers must be on board the "Austra
lia" not later than two p. m.
Honolulu, H.I., Feb. 16, 1900.
Intending passengers bv S. S. Australl
wishing the UNION EXPRESS CO. to
handle their baggage, will please notify
us as early as possible. Tel. 86.
We check all baggage. 1458-2!
lot aJJlllunal blll'lnn News tx stytnlW pag.
Weather lluieau, I'unalioti, Kcb, 17.
Tciniieralmo MuiiiIiik minimum,
no, Midday maximum, 78,
Uniumutur at a n. in. 30.10. Stonily.
Hnlnfnll .0. . .
Dow I'oiut CO V,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
17. Weather hazy; wind NNB.
Dark and barkentlno In sight, Rclir.
Louis In hnruor.
Friday, Feb. 16.
Schr. Surprise, Wharton, from Ha
Am. bg. Harriet O., Wnylnud, from
San Francisco, Jan. 28, lumber and
U. B. B. Iroquois, i'omi, rroru mio
and Maul ports.
Saturday, Feb. 17.
C-A. S. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, from
Vancouver and Victoria; pass and
mdse to T. H. Davles & Co.
Am. bk. Albert, Griffiths, from San
Francisco; pass and mdse to It. Hack
fcld & Co.
Friday, Feb. 16.
SLmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlo, for
Schr. U. W. Dartlctt, Olsen, for I ho
Stmr. Mlkahala, Pcdorscn, for Ka
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Allen, for the
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Kalulanl, for Ookala, Papaaloa,
Pepeckeo, Honomu and Papalkou at
5 p.m. .
Scthr. Golden Gate, for Kaunakaknl
and Maunalel sometime this afternoon.
From Vnncouvcr, per C-A. S. S. Mlo
wera. Feb. 17. W. W. Cross and D. E.
From San Francisco, per bk. Albert.
Feb. 17. G. Fared.
MR. IIODEMANN'S TRIP.
C. Hcdemann, manager of tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works, has returned hlmo
In fine fcttlo from n business excur
sion of three and a half months on the
Mainland. To a Bulletin reporter Mr.
Hcdcnnann said ho had really nothing
to add to tho Information about hU
errand which ho gave to tho samo per
son on a train botween Council Bluffs
nnd Chicago early In November. It
will bo remembered that ho told then
ho had orders to plnco for sugar mill
buildings and machinery amounting to
Mr. Hcdemann performed his busi
ness to tho greatest satisfaction pos
sible. It Is very hard, ho says, to get
anything In the Iron lino dono now In
the States, there Is such an overwhelm
ing boom In manufacturing. Mr. He
dcrmnnn spent many days In Now
York, nnd later visited Washington.
Ho did an amount of business In Cin
cinnati and Hamilton, O. At New
Orleans he discussed new Ideas In su
gar house machinery nnd methods with
experts, the result ot which will doubt
less bo tho dropping down his slcovo of
some useful surprises for our sugar
manufacturers. Mr. Hcdemann on his
way home collaborated In Chicago with
tho manufacturers of pumping ma
chinery who havo furnished Irriga
tion plants for several of our planta
tions. Reciprocity Convention.
Now York, Fob. 9. A special to the
Tribune from Washington, says:
One of tho reciprocity conventions
now ponding before tho Committee
on Foreign Hclntlons of tho Senate
wll lrclnpso on Saturday of this week.
Tho convention wns signed nt Buenos
Ayrcs, July 10, 1899, under authority
of "An act to provide revenuo for tho
Government and to encourago the In
dustries of tho United States," np
proved on July 24, 1897. Tho first para
graph of Artlclo 5 provides that "The
ratifications of tho present convention
shall bo exchanged at Buenos Ayres or
Washington within seven mouths from
tho dato hereof or earlier It possible."
Tho seven months will expire on Sat
urday. Tho convention, together with
similar conventions with France and
with Great Britain, In behalf of her
colonics In Bermuda, )arbadoci, Ja
maica, Guiana and Turks and Calcos
Islands, was transmitted to tho Senate
by President McKInley on December 6,
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
Itov. W. H. 'iubb will speak nt the
men'a meeting tomorrow afternoon at
4 o'clock. A., men invited.
At G o'clock the regular Bible classes
will be held.
Tho Trlanglo Literary Club meets on
Monday night at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho gymnasium classes will begin
again next Monday. All the classes
will be held as usual. Tho bath rooms
and gymnasium havo been thoroughly
renovated and put In order. Any af
ternoon or evening finds a group ot
men enjoying tho cool, well ventilated
gymnasium. Tho refreshing shower
baths are Invigorating after a hot day's
work down town.
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty subjects of the very
110 Hotel street.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told, in
On To Manila.
-83 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
Pacific Import Co,
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and Ail-Over Embroid
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 largest manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able to
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
IIBALTII BOARD MEDTING.
At n short open session of tho Hoard
of Health yesterday afternoon there
wcro present tho following: Mlnlste
Cooper, F. M. Hatch, Oco. W. Smith
F. J. Lowrey and Dr. Kmorson.
K. B. Thomas s request to bo allowed
to erect a brick building nt tho corner
ot King nnd Smith strcotR In tho In
fected district wns refused. Tho Upard
has already prohibited tho erection of
any building In tho Infected district
Mr. Ijwroy reported to tho Board
tho request of a number of charitable
women In tho city for tho cottages
mauka ot tho Kallhl detention camp
proper for tho uso of a number of fall
en Japanese women who have promised
to lead better lives and whoso period of
quarantine at Kallhl will soon be up.
On motion of Mr. Hatch, tho matter
was referred to Superintendent Mc-
Mr. Mcndonca asked to bo allowed to
go over the Pall to his ranch in Ka
ncoho to superintend the rounding
up of some cattle for tho Honolulu
market. Permission was refused, the
Board suggesting that the men on
the ranch drive tho cattle to the Pall
and that Mr. Mcndonca select there the
cattle ho desires for tho market.
Minister Cooper read a letter from
Dr. Mourltz in which that physician
makes a proposition dealing with pro
fessional work on the windward Bide
of Molokal. Tho conditions are that
he be allowed $50 for drugs each
month, that ho receive .a salary ot 1125
for, a period of three months, that he
th8, that he 1
agent of the I
t, upon de- 1
k, he be al- '
bo given a commission as agent
Board of Health and that,
parting to take up tho work
lowed to ship a windmill and brake to
tho Island. It was voted that tho prop
osition of Dr. Mourltz bo accepted, the,
freight part to be submitted to Prof.
Ingalls for investigation.
Action was uefcrred In the matte.
ot tho offer of Frank Foster to be as
sistant to Dr. Mourltz during tho fever
epidemic on Molokal.
Tho agents for the ship John Mc
Donald asked for permission to havo
tho ballast from that vessel transferred
to another ship In port that will sail
for tho Coast In tho near future. Tho
Board referred them to Dr. Carmlchacl
of the U. S. Mnrlno Hospital Service.
Now nork, Feb. 8. A special to the
Herald from Washington rays: Now
that tho President Iia3 received the
report on tho Philippines prepared by
tho Schurman Commission, ttctivo con
sideration Is being clvon to tho mem
bership of tho proposed commission to
establish civil government In tho isl
ands. It seems certain that Colonel Charles
Dcnby, if ho finds ho can go, and Prof.
Dean C. Worcester will bo two mem
bers. James B. Angcll and Judge
Thayer of Massachusetts, have also
been mentioned, btu It Is not believed L
the latter will accept.
" 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.
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