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THE EVKN1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBKUAKY 19, 1000.
Out of ljit to", regular beauties. We received but 20 by this
' Ail' tra li," j'l thcS. V. house could spare on account of the great de
mand thrre. C ill and see what a loco Runbler looks like and you will
wait one, but 1 'Hs soon a several ae sold to anlve and as we had no
stock when these pot here 20 will not last long.
This l our strong point as we have the best repair man In the Islands
and are thus able to guarantee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
repairs, no m liter how badly a wheel Is smashed up we can make It as
good as new. We know we are not located well at present and our cus
tomers and selves are put to a good derl of Inconvenience, but a good start
has been made on our new quarters and after a few months we will show
you bicycle and sporting 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 brings us what we have ordered In the wheel line we will
have something Interesting to tell you when she come. When you want
to rent a wheel ccme to us.
E. 0. HALL
Oor. FVrt and Kins: Sts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
AiVved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Hot Juln, Juno 14, 189.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1000.
The Board of Health hereby requests
that the public of Honolulu carry out the
suggestions of the Citizens' Sanitary
Committee It, regard to the poisoning of
rats and the subsequent disposition of the
The Board further suggests 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 President Board of Health.
Honolulu, February 16, igoo.
1 lis Government Dlsp-nsary has been
established at the Pohukalna School
Building, entrance from Punchbowl 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.
Notice to Shippers.
In the matter of disinfection or fumlga
tlon of freight, shippers will make no
distinctions between that destined for
points on the Island of Oahu and that
destined to points on other Islands.
The original cases must be opened and
the straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
dust, or other packing material, removed
from each bottle or tin; each bottle or tin
Is then to be dipped in an approved dls"
infecting solution! the Interior of the
original case is then to be washed cut
with disinfectant; In repacking the already
disinfected bottle or tin, no wrapper may
be used unless same has first been fumi
gated or disinfected; the filled case Is to
be closed up and the entire exterior Is to
In cases where the tinned or bottled
goods have no loose paper or straw wrap
ping, or where they are not packed In saw
dust or any similar substance, the entire
original package, after two or more arge
openings have been made In It, may be
dipped In a disnifectlng solution; but great
care must be exercised to Insure the thor
ough disinfection of each tin or bottle, and
the 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
rclse very carefully every precaution, and
assist rather than Impede trie efforts of the
Board of Health In preventing a further
spread of Bubonic Plague In these Ha'
Wilful Infringement or careless disre
gard of these or other regulations of the
Board of Health on the part of shippers,
will be followed by th Immediate with
drawal of privilege of shipment of any
joods whatever by those engaging In such
Infringement or carelessness.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A. B. INGALLS,
Superintendent of Disinfection
HmoIuIu, Oahu, Feb. 15, 1900.
The roll of honor arroni? the na
tloVs defenders !s given in On T
Are Here .
& SON, Ltd.
WEEK OF" FEB. 10.
Entire Change of Program,
The Farce . . .
A Laugh from Start to Finish, Supported
oy me run airengm 01 ine company
AIR. JEAN ROGERS,
MISS LAURA OAKLEY,
Honolulu's Favorite Contralto, in New
The Modern Samson, In Sensational Feats
of Strength and Balancing.
In a new Comedy Sketch.
In a New Dramatic Sketch by the Latter,
"THE END OF IT ALL."
Return of the Favorite,
In Coon Specialties.
MISS BLANCHE GALE,
Soubrette, Late of the Boston Lyric Opera
By the Mlowera
has received a large shipment of
By the Australia they also received a
fine lot of
Beefs and Eastern
And also POULTRY and GAME and
are now prepared to fill lrders for
-TURKEYS, CHICKENS, MAL-
LARU, SPRIG TEAL and CAN-
-VAS BACK DUCKS
Notice to British Subjects.
The attention of British subjects Is call
ed to a Proclamation by Her Majesty
Queen Victoria, which is now on exhibit
at this office and at the Biltlsh Vice Con
sulate at this port, referring to the state of
war which exists between Her Majesty
and the South African Republic and the
Orange Free State, and warning Her
Majesty's subjects against assisting either
of the said Republics In the prosecution of
hostilities or against trading with the
W. R. HOARE,
Her Britannic Majesty's Consul.
H. B. M.'s Consulate. Honolulu. Feb
ruary irtth, 1900. 1457-31
To Shareholders Nahlku
Sugar Co.,. .Ltd.
Ma(Ij I Viakr.ktt rrlirain U4 U- TUItrv
Iiw.it.. ij Miiwuy fcivtu mat 111c iiiinw
ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent, or f2per
cllir tlftll h til qnd nin-kl- .1 tl. nf.
...., nmuv uwv miiu ,uyauic ak IIIC Ulw
fices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the ist day of March, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1000. M53-IW
Delinquent Notice. Walalua
Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Holders of assessable stock In this Com
pany will please take notice that all as
sessments due and remaining unpaid on
February 15th will become delinquent and
subject to penalty from and after that date.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO., Ltd.
1452-iw W. A. Bowen, Treasurer.
H PPING INTELLIGENCE
I or aJJilluiul ShifpinR tw Ma svnth page.
f i ft r? $i
p.m. a. m.
u 34 5
Last quarter ot tho Moon on tho 22d
at 6:14 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b, 30m
slower than Qrcpnwlch time, being
that ot tho mcr .Ian ot 157 30. The
time whlstlo 1 ,ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the .tmo as Greenwich Oh.
Weather Bureau, 1'unahou, Feb. l'j.
Tcraperaturo Morning minimum,
62; Midday maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 n. m. 30.18. unsteady
Dow Point 61 F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 64 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
19. Weather hazy; wind light SW.
Saturday, Fen. 17.
Am. likt. Amelia, Wilier, from Port
Blakclcy, anchored outside.
Br. bk. BcrwlcKshlre, Blanch", from
Newcastle, Nov. 27, anchored outside.
Am. schr. Louis, Gcnberg, IS uaya
from Marquesas, with niter.
Am. bk. Seminole, Taylor, from
Newcnstlc, nnchored outside.
Ger. bk. Sebastian Bach, Wooley, 43
days from Nngnsnkl, anchored out
side. Sunday, Feb. 1.
Stmr. Nlllimi, Thompson, from Maul
Stmr. James Makec, Tullctt, from
Stmr. Lchua, Dower, from Maul and
Molokal; 2,109 bags sugar, 25 head
Dr. bk. East African, Decent, from
Newcastle, Dec. 9. (Anchored outside.)
Saturday, Feb. 17.
Schr. Golden Gate, Phla, Maul.
Sunday, Feb. 18.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrlo, Oahu
C-A. S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Kalulanl, for Ookala, Papaa
Ioa, Pepcckco, Honomu nnd Pnpalkou
a i .r p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
0. S. S. Australia, Lawless, for San
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for La
hnlna, Maalaca, Kona nnd Knu nt 3
From Molokal, per stmr, Lchun, Feb.
18. H. R. Hitchcock, wlfo and chil
dren. From Kauai poits, per stmr. Jnmcs
Mnkcc, Feb. 18. Miss A. C. Rice. O.
Schmidt, Mr. Tcnnko, J. Uvcnson, R. N.
Campbell nnd C. M. Hnrrls.
THOSE KAUHI GUARDS
J. 1). McVeigh, superintendent of tho
Knllhl detention tamp was seen by a
Uulletln repoitcr yesterday iclatlvo to
tho recent troublo with tho military
guards left on duty nt tho camp when
tho N. Q. H. marched Into town.
"I will glvo you tho story from tho
very beginning of tho troublo so that
you may seo how one-sided Corporal
tSorey's talk was," said Mr. McVeigh.
"You of courso know that when the
military went away from here, Col.
Jones very kindly left n squad of men
to do guard duty. Theso men under
stood that thoy wero subject to tho
orders ot Mr, Ilemenway, who has ab
solute charge of tho guard system of
tno camp. Tnero wero two watches,
one under Corporal Storey nnd tho
other under Corporal Houghtalllng.
"Some of these military guards had
done things that wero not strictly in
accordance with the rules of the camp
but nothing was said ns tho men were
left through the kindness ot Col. Jones
who has always been most obliging to
us ana wbo never failed to do bis duty
while In camp out here.
"On Wednesday night ono of tbo
guardB, McCarthy by name, built a big
bonfire In very close proximity to ono
of the camp buildings nnd, arranging
a seat for himself, set about to warm
nis feet Mr. Hemenway saw the fire
and, running to tho place, told Mc
Carthy that ho must put out tho Are
as It was a menace to tho camp build
ings. The fellow gave an Insolent
answer nnd was immediately discharg
ed by Mr. Hemenway.
"Tho next morning McCarthy came
up to tho administration building and
complained to me, saying that Mr.
Hemenway had discharged him with
out cause. Later ho accused the su
perintendent of the guards with drunk
enness. I told McCarthy what I
thought of him and suggested that It
would probably bo best for him to take
an immediate walk to town, I had al
ready investigated tho matter and
found everything just as Mr. Hemen
way had reported to me.
"On tho afternoon ot the next day It
was Corporal Storey'u watch and he
should have been about on the lines
VGJl. in Ibtt column u-ill bt InurltJ ttlfttnlt
jr3 j lintfittl Imtrtion; to tentt tteond inttu
lion; ,d ctntt wttk ani o ttntt a month, 7 bit it tbt
tbtapttl AdvttUtinf tvtr offtrtJ tbt ptotti of Honolulu.
LOST On Alapal street, between Ucretanla and
Klnau street Friday night, February 6. a. ULACK
Clllr-FONandJet shoulder CAPH with Mack satin
ribbons, I mder will kindly leave same at the Bulle
tin office. ,48-t(
WANTfcD -mall becond Hand Machinists Laih
with chucks, etc.. Foot Power nrelerred. Ad
dress Lathe P. O. Bo )o, State price wanted and
where same can be seen. 14ST" it
WANTED-Posltlon as HOUSEKEEPER or as
NURSE. Invalid or children, by a competent
person with best references. Also good seamtress.
rtajress a. m . xnis omce. ms,w
WANTED -FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
ROOMS with or without board; suitable for
two young men. Must b within one and one-half
miles from Post Office. Address M. G., Box 619.
UANTED-F1VE MESSENGER BOYS at once.
" American Messenger Service, Hotel and All
ien streets. 1449
WANTED-N. F. BUKUESS does all kinds of
small repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, ara specialties. Lawn Mowers wilt be call
ed for, by ringing up 190. Also a few for rent
Pensarola street ti6-ft
ANTED Men fo know that they can ret shaved
bv a whit, barber for te centi at H. JEFFS.
619)4 Fort street, opp. Club Stable! leoo-tf
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; moderate rates. MR. MUM, cart People'!
Express Co ; or General Delivery. P O. nottf
- -vmreicm ucitin111 uiim. rfmncu lur
general housework and care of children. Refer-
MnlllicrcuT sent, .u ,, iitiurcn j
ences required. Apply O. M.. Bulletin office
COR SAlE-Neat. cosy FOUR-ROOM HOUSE
1 on Maklkl street, opposite the old baseball
grounds. Will give possession March 1. Terms
very reasonable P M. POND,
4SS 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, pleassnt neighborhood. The
proposed Rapid Transit line wilt come within a block
ot It within a year. P.M. POND.
1435-iw Room No. 4Q. Judd Building.
COR SALE-Cholc POTTED PUNTS for sate
I next door to Mr J. II. Bovd's Walklkl Road.
ATTFNTIONI GREAT BARGAIN. Beautiful
Mexican NeedleworkCente'pleces. etc. Magni
ficent presents tor ladles. Apply II. Osslg. Aloha
Hoik Tort street. uimw
FOK SALE Gentle CARRIAGE HORSE. 7 years
old, 1 Set of Harness, Surrey with rubber tires
Call on Q. II UbRRbY, Rooms 901-904. Judd
UOR bALh $4300. Lease ot a large tenement
house situated near the heart of the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income $150 Apply to
1441 No. 110 Fort steet,
PR SALE $1400.
90 years to run.
Lease of Cottage centrally.
Ground rent Sia per month.
No to Fort street.
pOR SALE $1500. New Modern Cottage and lot
atr-ewnio. Lot 50x100. a rargain as a nome.
No. io Tort street.
FOR SALE A 5x8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnts office 1418-lf
POR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r r.lTV By J. M. VIVAS H89
COTTAGE TO LET mauka of Emma Square.
Enquires on the premlsrs. I43itf
fHE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. i))i
attending to his duties. Instead of
that he retired to his tent nnd slept all
afternoon. Ho was caught still slum
beilng by Mr. Hemenway who Im
mediately told him he could pack up
and leave tho camp.
"Storey becamo Insolent and later
on called at my ofllcc. Several of us
wero sitting on tho veranda at the tlmo.
Ho w,ib very Insolent and stated that
ho would make things hot for tho
camp Immediately upon arrival In
town. Ho would cxposo n lot ot things
about tho manner ot running tho place.
Civilian guards had been retained after
having been guilty of serious breaches
of tho camp rules.
"I told Mr. Storey that Mr. Hemen
way had control of the guards and that
ho had found It necessary to dlschargo
him, which I considered was no more
than right, under the circumstances.
Storey again began to abuse the camp
and 1 warned him to take leavo Im
mediately. He would not do this nnd
begnn another string ot abuse. It wus
then that I slapped him with my open
hand anil Storey left. I consider that
I stood more than many another man
under tho circumstances for Storey not
only attacked mo personally but
abused tho whole camp.
"Storey tried to get all of the men to
leave, but was not successful with
thoso who saw Just how the thing was
and, In placo of tho men in his watch
leaving, they all asked to bo retained
nnd those who leu wero tho men of
Corporal Houghtalllng's watch.
"The whole trouble arose from tho
fact that some of tho military guards
such as Corporal Storey considered
that they could run things hero and
took umbrage at being discharged by
"a mallhlnl," as Storey expressed it.
"Gusher Is not very happy In his
choice of adjectives."
"Miss Gusher fished for a compli
ment by asking what ho thought ot her
slippers. He sal dthey wore Immense."
A mistress, who had just engaged a
now cook, made a tour of inspection
after she had kept her a week, and
found a policeman locked up In the
pantry. "How did this man get hero?"
asked the lady, severely. "I'm sure I
don't know," was the cool reply; "he
must have been left over by the last
She. "1 hope you can come next
Thursday. We're having somo music,
and a supper after," He. "Oh, yes,
I'll come. Dut er I may bo late!"
HIckB "Does your wlfo ever ask you
for monoy?" Wicks "Neyer." Hicks
"Sho must be a wonder." Wicks
"Dut she frequently tells me to get her
She ''Every misfortune that can be
fall a woman In her married lite I have
Buffered." Ho "That Isn't true! You
haven't become a widow." She "I
said every misfortune."
n 83 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co
New Spring Goods!
LATEST STYLES OF
NEW SPRING WAISTS
JUST OPENED - - - -
Large shipment of New Spring Wash Materials, consist
ing of New Organdies, New Lawns, Cable Cords the very
latest. Elegant line of Batiste, in choice patterns. Galatea
Cloths. Versailles Stripes, handsome selection of patterns.
Choice Percales, endless variety.
Cordillac Lawn, entirely new special price, 10 c.
20th Century Lawns, all the newest patterns.
Dimities, in all grades and prices.
Corded Taffitta Wash Materials, entirely new.
By last Australia we received large invoices of new goods
in evey department, which are now opened up for inspection.
200 Boys' Wash suits, special at $1.50 a suit.
Boys Waist Pants at 40 cents
Mother's Friend Shirt Waists for Boys, in the newest
patterns. We have the same from 2tfc up
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager, .
The Hawaiian-Chinese New will nnt
be resoonsiblr for any debts contracted In
its name without the authority of the
Manager or Reporters.
Ogneiii. i-HANU KIM, Manager.
CHANG CHOW and
JOSEPH GOO KIM, Repoiters.
Honolulu, n. I., l-'ep. 19, loop. 1450WI
Klhil Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given to the Share
holders of the above company that the
Sixth Assessment of 10 per cent or $5.00
pjr shaie, will be due and payable at the
office of Alexander & Baldwin on the ist
day of Ma'ch, 1000.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 19, toco. i45o-8t
The Hawaiian Soda Works have re
moved their plant and ofllccs to Em
ma street near Vineyard makal of Mrs.
O. D. Prceth's residence. Orders
On account of departure for Germany
in the near future, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Renjes will dispose of, at private sale, all
their HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS,
CHINA AND GLASSWARE, at their
home, Nuuanu Valley. Articles for sale
will be open to inspection from 9 to 11
o'clock each morning for one week, begin
ning with Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1900.
Intending passengers by S. S. Australia
wishing the UNION EXPRESS CO. to
handle their baegage, will please notify
us as early as possible. Tel, 86.
We check all baggage. i458-2t
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.
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