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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. J WEDNESDAY, FEI3IIUAH1' ill, l'JOl).
ijii, iimn.niiii Mwmmqmm
ffi 1900 Ramblers
On' "f ig"it toi, regul.ir beauties. We received but so by'llils
'An ira Ij," '! ' S. 1 . hous could su.ire on account of the great de
mini tin i Cill .mivewhat a toco Rimbler loolu like anJ you will
ni one, ut wme oon u tveral are tlld to anlve and asweludno
stowk ben tbe sot here 20 will not last long.
'I his is our s'rong point as we have the best repair man In the Islands
and arc thus able to guarantee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
rpairs, no milter 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 m? selves are put to a good derl of Inconvenience, but a good start
h s been made on our new quarters and after a few months we will show
you bicycle and sporting gooJs 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
have something Interesting to tell you
to rent a vhel c me to us.
. 0. HALL
Oor. '.Port and Kino: Sts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notlUod
that the 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.
At it Vved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Hot Juln, Juno 14, 189.
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 9.
The Board of Health hereby requests
that the public of Honolulu carry out the
suggestions of the Citizens' Sanitary
Committee hi 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.
Notice to Shippers.
In the matter of disinfection or fumlga
tlon of freight, shippers will make no
distinctions between that destined for
points en the Island of Oahu and that
destined to points on other Islands.
The orlghul caes must le opened and
the straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
dust, or other packing material, removed
from each bottlo or tin; each bottle or tin
Is then to be dipped In an approved dis
Infecting solution; the Interior of the
original case Is then to be washed tut
with disinfectant; In repacking the already
disinfected bottle or tin, no wrapper may
be used unless same has first been fumi
gated or dWnfected: 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 large
openings have been made In it, may be
dipped in a disnlfeitng solution; but great
care must bt exercised to Insure the thor
ough disinfection of each tin or bottle, and
the whole Interior of the otlglnal package
as well as the whole exterior surface of
such original package.
Shippers having tile 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 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
goods whatever by those engaging In such
Irfrlngement or carelessness.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A. B. INGALLS,
Superintendent of Disinfection
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 15, loco.
"SHOOTING IS STRICT
LY PROHIBITED ON THE
LANDS OF MOANALUA."
1460 S. E. DAMON.
The Hawaiian-Chinese News
be responsible for any debts contracted In
its name without the
authority of the
Manaeer or Reporters,
(Signed). CHANG KIM, Manager.
t-nAiNtj tnuw ana
incCDU -!,(- fin n 1
Honolulu, h. i., Feb. 19, 1900. 1459W1
ordered In the wheel line we will
when she comes. When you want
& SON, Ltd,
WEEK OFFEB. 19.
Entire Change of Program.
The Farce . . .
A Laugh from Start to Finish, Supported
by the Full Strength of the Company
MISS LAURA OAKLEY,
Honolulu's Favorite Contralto, In
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
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 Biitlsh 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 agilnst assisting either
of the said Republics In the prosecution o,'
hostilities or against trading with the
W. R. HOARE,
Her Britannic Majesty's Consul.
II. B. M.'s Consulate, Honolulu, Feb
ruary tail, 1900. t457'3t
un account ot departure in the nf.nr
futuie, Mr. H. Renjes will dispose of. at
private sale, all the HOUSEHOLD FUR
NISHINGS, CHINA AND GLASS
WARE, at his home, Nuuanu Valley.
Articles for site will be open to Inspec
tion from 9 to n o'clock each morning
for one week, beginning with Tuesday,
Feb. so, 1930.
Tho Hawaiian Soda Works havo ro
moved their plant and offices to Em
ma street near Vineyard makal of Mrs.
G. D. Freeth's resldenco. Orders
Klhei Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby Riven to the Share
holders of the above company that the
Sixth Assessment of 10 per cent or $5.00
per share, will be due and payable at the
office of Alexander & Baldwin on the 1st
day of March, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu. Feb. 10. iqoo. l4SQ-8t
Subscribers to tie BUL
LETIN not receroine, tfwr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Bust-
ness Cice, Tekplione 256.
,A4t in ihieolumit utlt li ImtttlJ l lc
- jjftrJIuf inmUtin. to ttntt ttcenitnitt
flan to ftp It J i ttk an J f.j ctnli J month Jtttillk
titoftit JvttUttn( wr offtttJ tbtpttfili of Honolulu
I OVr-An HAWA'IAN POSTAL SAVINOx
I- HANK HOOK. Anvone finJIrw anJ rrturnltiit
to J W A I KIN, Uupahoili'M Mill. Illln will ht
duly rrwiTde J ,4o-iw
I OST on r .tout Oct join mtitt on iheOcMnlc
I'otK ur k k. ircpoi, a iiua lomjinmg ruciir
connection. Mark n the box, I. C. I) Co.
Finder leave oor J to Allen & Robinson ana receive
Noo-iw I'ACiriCCOAS r DKEDGING CO.
LOST On Alanal ttreet. bteen Deretanla and
Klnau ttreet Friday night, February 6, a KLACK
CllthlONandiet shoulder CAfB with Mack satin
ribbons. Tinder will kindly leave same at the Hulle
tin office. tn8-tt
WANTED mtl Second Hand Machinists Lathe
with chucks, etc. Font Power preferred. Ad"
dress Lathe P. O. Bo jtw. State prlci wanted and
where same can be seen. u7-,l
VXANTED-Posltlnn as HOUSEKEEPER or as
W NURSE, Invalid or children, by a competent
person with best references.
Also gooJ teatmress.
Aajress a. m . tnis omce.
WANTED- FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
' ROOMS with or without board: suitable for
two young men. Must be within one and onehalf
miles from Post Office. Address M C, Box 611.
WANTED-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS at once,
American Messeneer Service. Hotel and Ala
kea streets. yio
WANTED-N. F. DURGESS does all kinds of
amall repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed (or, by ringing up in. Also a few lor rent
rensacoia street 144011
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
bv awhile barber for if cenis at II. JEFFS.
6,oK Fort street, opp. Club Stables iiog-tf
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly: moderate rates. MR. MUM. care Peonle'a
Express Co : or General Delivery. P
rtnuncTCMr r.cM.j r,ri uriMrrn ...
w general housework and care of children. Refer-
ences required Apply G M Bulletin office m6o
FOR SALC-Neat. cosy FOUR-ROOM HOUSE
on Maklkl street, opposite the old basebal
grounds. Will give possession Mirth 1. lerms
veryrtasonable l M. POND,
145s iw Koom no. 403, JUdd uuiuing.
COR SALE Two Choice LOTS In Manoa. com-
mending view of Walklkl and Diamond Head.
Superb view, fresh air, pleasant neighborhood. The
proposed Rapid Transit line wilt come within a block
of It within a year. P. M. PON D.
!45Siw Koom no. 40. jujj iiunaing.
:OR SALE-Chnlce POTTED PUNTS for sale
next door to Mr J. II. Bovd's Walklkl Road.
ATTENTION I GREAT BARGAIN. Beautiful
" Mexican Needlework Centerpieces, etc Magni
ficent presents tor ladles. Apply H. Osslg. Aloha
House. Fort street. t4--iw
COR SALE-GentletRRIAGE HORSE. -eart
old. 1 Set of Harness. Surrey with rubber tires.
Call on Q. II. DbRRfcY, Rooms -0J--04. Judd
PR SALE $4$oo. Lease of a targe tenement
house situated near the heart of the town Pres
ent Net Monthly Income Sijo. Apply to
1441 No. io Fort tteet.
PR SALE Jt4oo. Lease of Cottage centrally,
so tears to run. Ground rent Sia per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
I44 no Jio i-ort streit.
COR SAI E $1500. New Modern Cottage and lot
- at Kewalo. Lot 50x100. A bargain as a home.
Apply to WILLIAM SAyiDGE.
144) No. io Fort street.
FOR SALb A n Anth nv Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnis office 1418-U
COR SALE-LANDs IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. By J. M. VIVAS. i)8
COTTAGE TO LET mauka of
Enquires on the premises
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. 1111
DR. R. I. MOORE,
OPPICG: 2io Hotel street.
Ol-PICI- HOURS: 9 ta 12 ard 1 to 4.
The adjourned Annual Meeting of the
MYRTLE BOAT CLUH will be held at
the clubhouse I'HIS (VVednesdiy) EVEN
ING, pebruary 21st, 1900, at 7:10 o'clock.
All members are requested to b: present.
T. H. PETRIE.
I46i-it SfC. Myrtle Ro.it Club.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the anlm.us
described below have been impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
nR to law :
Feb. 19, iqoo. 1 red cow, brand WR
on left hind leg, and unJescrlbable on right
hind leg, head white and white stroke un
der the belly.
Feb. 19. 1900.-1 black cow, brand D
on left hind leg, white sttoke under the
belly, tall white.
Feb. 19, 1900. -1 red cow, brand WR
on left hind ley, belly white.
Feb. 19. 190c. t red cow, no horn,
brand D on left hind leg.
Feb. 19, 1900. 1 red cow, undescrlbable
brand, white stroke on forehead, both ears
c it, belly white, two hind leg white also
Feb. 19, 1900. 1 red cow, no horn,
brind D on left hind legs, white un:er the
All owners of the above described anl
m tls are hereby notified that I will se I
then at public auction on Saturday, March
10, 1000, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
The roll of honor among the na.
ton's defenders is given in On T
1 .1 aJJniutijI Slurping News see seventh page.
Last quarter of the Moon on tho 22d
at 0:1-1 n. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier tlinn at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mer .Ian of 157 30. The
tlmo whlstlo I" .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which is tho imo na Greenwich Oh.
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, Feb. 21.
Temperature Mornlnb minimum,
02; Midday maximum, 77.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.01. Falling.
Dow Point 63 F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. G Spcr cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
2j. Weather clear: wind light SW.
Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Stmr. Wnlalcale, Gregory, from Ha
namaulu; 3,078 bags sugar.
C-A. S .8. Aorangl, Hcpworth, from
tho Colonics; 90 tons gen'l mdse to
T. H. Davlcs & Co.
U. S. T. S. Warren, Hart, from Ma
nila, via Hongkong and Guam.
Tuesday, Feb. 20.
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, for San
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for La
halnu, Manlaca Day, Kona and Kau.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Wal
mca. Stmr. James Makec, Green, for Ka
paa. Am. bk. Northern Light, Cbnlleston,
for San Francisco In ballast.
Am. schr. Mary Dodge, Olscn, for
San Francisco with sugar.
Stmr. Lehua. Dower, for Molokal.
TO SAIL, THIS AFTERNOON.
C-A. S. S. Aorangl, Hny, for Van
couver and Victoria at C p. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Nawlllwlll, Koloa, Elcelc and Hana
maulu at 3 p. m.
From tho Colonics, per C-A. S. S.
Aorangl, Feb. 21. Walter Maxwell,
John Mclnncss and Esther I lines.
There were hundreds of people on
the Intcr-lsland wharf yesterday
wntchtnp; tho Australia passengers as
they left for the steamer, anchored in
Ono of tho lady passengers had paper
Ilium lcl on her hat and camo near los
ing It on account ot tho mistake a
guard made who thought tho thing
real. After a scries of oxplanntlons
tho lady finally pocketed tho lcl.
There waa one man who went aboard
tho Australia n much wiser man than
when ho first stepped on tho wharf.
Ho received at tho hands of somcono
outsldo tho Oceanic wharf fence, a
small package, after ho had been fu
migated. Dr. Carmlchacl saw tho
transaction nml at onco told tho man
ho could nut go on tho Australia. Ho
then had him put outBldo tho gnto
whero ho was forced to remain for
nbout ten minutes. Then ho was al
lowed to enter the wharf again and un
dergo another fumigation beforo going
aboard tho Australia.
Other peoplo were seen to do tho
snino thing nltliougu they had been
particularly warned not to. However,
Dr. Carmlchacl nnd Consul Haywood
could not bo everywhere. It was no
ticed, however, that this passing of
small bundles through tho fenco was
stopped when tho man, spoken ot
above, was mado nn cxamplo of.
Miss Iono Dcrcsford, lato of tho Or
pheum, was refused passago on tho
Australia on tho ground that sho had
only been under observation twelve
days, whereas fifteen aro required.
MOrtdAN In Honolulu, February 21,
1900, Mrs. Catherine Morgan, mother
of Mrs. C. J. McCarthy nnd Jas. F.
Morgan ot Honolulu and E. J. Mor
gan ot Kauai.
Tho funeral services will bo held at
tho Catholic Cathedral, Fort street,
Thursday, February 22d, at 3 p. m.
Notice to Ship Agents and
Masters of Vessels.
Office of the
Collector-General of Customs,
nonoiuiu, ri. 1., r-eb. 20, 1900. )
On and after March 1st, 1900, each and
every vessel attended by a pilot, will be
charged Six Dollars (f 6.00) for each ti!
In and out, made by the.PIIot, In addition
to the regular pilotage.
Collector-General of Customs.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance. 1461-31
it 33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
New Spring Goods!
LATEST STYLES OF
NEW SPRING WAISTS i
JUST OPENED - - - - j
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 eveiy 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 25c up
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
T MohihIu, agent (if tho Kutiiynnu b.
n Co of Yokohama, opornllng the
N'nnyo, t)dyo, Toyo nml Ilanlioku-
mnrtis, ilcnlrrH to contradict ut least
part of tho clrcumstnntinl evidence gi
ven by the AilvcitMer to convict tho
last-named steamer of bringing tho
plnguo to Honolulu.
"Tho long box biiikmim to hnvc con
tained 11 corpse," Mr. Mnsuda says,
"was probably the caso of n largo
screen I havo Imported for n certain
gcntlcmnn here. Certainly no dead
body wns handled aboard the hhl't at
this port. Wo kept the steamer clean
"Then tho steamer was never Intend
ed to bo sent to tho Coast. Hlic was
chartered by our company to bring
Immigrants nnd return to Japan. Tho
freight consisted of Japancso provi
sions, chiefly sako nnd sol In tubs.
"Tho Dankoku-maru was quarantin
ed in Yokohama on account of a sick
mnn, who wns put ashore and the ves
sel then cleared by tho American con
sul. Tho sick man camo on hero qtiito
well In tho next steamer.
"There wcro C99 emigrants loft Ko--bo
In tho steamer, but four of them
having made trouble wero put ashore.
The remaining C95 peoplo arrived hero
without any sickness among them, nnd
being all contract laborers wcro distri
buted among tho plantations, tho doc
tors there passing them on examina
tion. "Tho freight was not fumigated bc
causo thcro was no fear of plaguo hero
when tho steamer arrived hero In Sep
tember. It Is going too far to single
out this steamer as tho scapegoat of
tho plnguo upon bucIi flimsy evidence
ns tho Advertiser produces.
Lndy War Correspondent.
Lady Sarah Wilson Is said to bo the
first woman war correspondent on
record. .Sho Is tho sister of tho late
Duke of Marlborough and ot the lato
Lord Itnndolph Churchill, and there
fore nn aunt of Mr. Winston Church
Ill, who wns last reported as having
escaped from Pretoria. A few weeks
ago Lady Wilson was taken prisoner,
but shortly afterwards exchanged for
a Doer horse thief at Matching. This
English woman's remarkable bravery
in taking tho rldo from Matcklng two
hundred miles across tho veldt, her un
tiring efforts not only In giving tho
Dally Mall of London somo of tho best
reports from tho Transvaal, but in her
capacity as a lied Cross nurso, make
her nn admirable and interesting figure
In tho campaign. Leslie's Weekly.
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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