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THE EVININO BULLETIN: HONOLULU, n. J., FRIDAY, FEBRUAHY 23, 1J0).
s lOUU iarmjici
Out of j-lRit ton, reRiii.ir bemt
"Au trail t,"a.l iheS. F. hous: coild
nnnJ tiitre. C llaiU see whit a it;
want one, but tome soon as -iver.d
Stock when thee ot here 20 will not
I hi- i our strong point as we have the best repair man In the Islands
anJ are thus able to guarantee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
r ciirs, n in tbrhnv badly a wheel Issnu-died up we can make it as
itoiJ.i-.new. We know we are not locited well at pr-s:nt and our cus
tomers in selves arc put to a Rood dtrl of Inco lvenlen e, but a Rood start
lus b tti maJf on our new quarters and after a few nunths we will sh nv
011 bimle and spo-tinc Roods quirt r
he U. S. In the meanwhile we will
next Australia bones us whit we have
have someth.ng Intere -tiig to tell ycu
to rent a whicl c me to us.
0; HALL' & SOU. 'Ltd,
O'vp '-' vi n id
7?xFrwm. ; 'V nor7 w -
Holders of water prlvllcrjes. or thos
paying wau-r mti'H. are hereby noiillt-.
that tlm houra for Irrigation puniimeF
ar troui 6 10 8 o'dmk u. m. auU frou.
4 to 6 o'elotk p. m.
rViteriiitnit'itt llamr Works
A ai-u by A. VnuNcj,
Minister of luttiior.
Hoi lulu, Jvno 14. ISO.
Koiice to Ship Aeme anil
Masters olf Vessels.
Office of the "
Collector-r.fiierM "f Customs.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 20, inco. J
On and ifier March 1st. iqso, each and
evtrv ves-el attended bv a pilot, will be
charged Six Dollars (Jf.oo) for each trip
In anJ out, made by the Pilot, in addition
it Um regular pilotage.
I:. K. STACKABLH,
Collector-General of CnsfoiTiV. ""
Approved : - '
S. Al. fJArjN,
. 'Minister of Finance. 1461-31
Notice to Shippers.
In the mat er of disinfection or fumiga
tion of freight, shlprers will make no
distinctions be' ween tint drstlncd for
potnls i-n the Mind of Oiilil and that
fcsti.i'd to points nn other Nl mils.
The origin il ca.es must be opened and
Cbt straw or loove pap-r wriuper or av
dust, or otliir packing in iterlal. removed
from each birtl" or tin; each bottle or tn
Is then to be dipped In an approved dis
infecting solution; the Interior of the
original case Is then to be washed c ut
villi disinfectant; in repacking the already
dislnfr-cted bottle or tin, no wrapper may
be used unless same has first been fumi
Kated or dMn'ected the filled case Is to
be closed up and the entire exterior is to
'In cases where the tinned or bottled
jjools have no loose paper or straw wrap
ylng, 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
dlpred in a dlsnlfeit ng solution; but great
care must be exercised to Insure the thor
ough disinfection of each tin or bottle, and
Hie whole Interior of the oilglnal package
yi well as the whole exterior surface of
such original package.
Shippers Invbig the Interests of the
entire Island community at h-art will e.
crc'se vtty carefully every p eviutlon, and
3s.Ist rathe- thin impe'e the eff 'its of the
Board of Health In preventing a further
spread of Bubonic Plague In these Ha
Wilful Infringement or careless dlsre-
frard of these or other regulations of the
Board of Health on the part of shlppeis,
will be followed by tli Immediate with
drawal of privilege of shipment of any
joods whatever by those engaging in such
rrfriiiKemeiit or carelessness.
BOARD OF HFALTH,
A. B. 1NGALLS,
Superintendent of Disinfection
Honolulu, Oahu. Feb 15, inco.
LANDS OF MOANALUV
I40o S. E. DAMON
The Hawaiian-Chinese News will not
be. resnonsibl' for anv debts contracted In
Its name without the authority of the
Manager or Reporters.
(Slgne-n CHANG KiM, Manager,
CHANG CHOW and
JOSEPH GOO KIM, Repoiters.
Ke.iolulu, H. I., Feb. 19, I9 I459WI
ai-c ucrc r
es. We received but 20 bv this aV
s,-nre on account of the Rreat de- W
o Runnier looks like an J you will yy
a - e sold 10 ar ivc ana nsucnauuo
tint will be a credit to any city In
have to hooinanawanul, If. the
ordered In the wheel line we will
when she conies. When you want
We he? to Inform the public 1h.1t we
.re In n poslt'on to fin i-h gnod and re
AGENCY, 4 Fort street.
Next Riirt Jeweller. llour: o lo '2
a. m,, a to 5 v. m. nOj-im
Notice to Corporations
The at enllon of Ofluers of Corporations
is called to Section ?ozj ( f the Civil Laws
of 1807, relating to the Aumiil Returns of
Corporations, and also to the iv.tl.-c pub
lished from this Dpartiner,t under dab- nl
December itst, iSoj, lequiring that b-
hiblts be filed on or btftre Jmuiry 31st,
irjx; and all Corporations who have not
complied with aid not flcntion are request
ed to gle tl e maUeJmrnaulite aUtnt'.an,
flirdiTie' lliii Annual Statement required at
Minister of (he Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 23rd, 1900.
Department o? Public
'I he Hand of Health having voted that
the sanitary situitlon is such as to justify
the opening ot sucli Government Schools
as the Department of Public Instruction
might decide upon, notice is hereby given
that the Honolulu Normal School (not In
cluding the Training School), nnd the High
School font Including the Grammar
Grades), re-open at 9 o'clock a. in. on
Monday, February 26th.
Uy order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
Mfy-jt Secret try.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the anim.Ms
described bclo"w have been Impounded In
' the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
I Island of Oahu. and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ng to law :
Feb. iq. IQ00. 1 red cow, brand VR
on left hind leg, and undescilbible on right
hind leg, head white and white stroke un
der the belly.
Feb. 19, 1900. t black cow, brand D
on left hind leg, white sttoke under the
b'lly, tall white.
Feb. 19, 1900. 1 red cow, brand VR
on left hind ley, belly white.
Feb. 19. 190c. 1 red cow, no horn,
brand D on left hind leg.
Feb. 19, 1900. 1 red cow, undescrlhable
brand, white stroke on forehead, both ears
cut, belly white, two hind leg .vhite also
Feb. 19, 1900. 1 red cow, no horn,
brand D on left hind legs, white un:r the
All owners of the above described 'ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, March
10, 1000, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date. K. KKKUENE,
KIIi-1 Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given to the Share'
holders of the above company that the
Sixth Assessmei.t of 10 per centor$e.oo
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. 19, 1900. i4598t
ffcVWti. 11 tbtt folunn tviitht ntitcd atnttri
muT ahntfint tnutttvtt, to (inlt ueanitHitt'
um to untt J wttk and $o cent a month lh ft tbt
-btapeil aJvfttitittf evtr ojftrtJ tbtfcoplt cf Honolulu,
A ANTfiD Torem a huiunul nt l than en
rnlm, will njtOJe ervintt' gu irt IV M
klkl rrclneJ Apply I:. 1), AhCLA.IIArt JuJJ
tululnic. 1,6 ti
U ANTED COTTAOB lir mw'v married
vv c uplr, will p,y c (ij tout, IumiIiIkJ orun
lumKheJ. Arply M. At. thl oftiM. ntJ-tw
WANTfcU-IIVC MCSSCNGEH HOYS M onc,
Aire rlcan AlcMragtr S'rvlce , llo'tl anJ A a
kfa Mrett, 1449
tAANrro-N. p. ruiKuiss j., n kmjs oi
xv .mall fepilrini;, liwii Alier anJ darJn
II 'Se, art) tpuliltlts. Uiwn Mow.rs will le catl-
fi tor hv rliiilnc up , AHo a li-w Inr rent
IVnir.il, trpet ti. '
AANTIil Atrnlo kiHiihat Hipv i.vi eel nM-J
v bv a hll barber lor n-msatl
6,glJ l-nrt itffyl, npp Cluh Stabler
WHITINfi AND ACCOUNTISf, D'lNE acrnriie
ly. nuirralrrilrs AtU AU'Al. care I'enpie't
HxriessCo: or (ienerai Delivery. I1 O ,,-ji-it
HuR SALt! $i.oj
LOT In be I p wtlm ol Kal.hl
N 1 o Tori h reef.
LO r, nt ICi'ltit nn main s'reet.
willi sm siviiinn.
No. 1 o ilt5 reel.
P!t SALF r.holtc IVJITHD PLANT-; f r i0
mt door 10 Air J. 11. R vj's WalWkl I(o .a
pOk SAin-flm-le-. HRIAr.H IHRSP. ,j(v,
I oU. i Sat nl Ihmeis. Hurrv with r itber llre
Call oi Q II nadtbY, K-Offls M-"l JU
iiui d ag. Tue-in
SAII1 $i4.' I.a- ol Cot lite -enimlv
vears to lun. (iriuni rent n p-r m-n-li
WILLIAM SAV OliH
No tio fori ttre t.
A tl Antliiny Can-r. rev.- lbl
bach. llh wile angle Monlion n li-l' e ji
L7J stLI- LAST
IN AIL PAUTS
U J. M. ViVAS.
1 OT-n II 'ATAMAN POSTAL
1 re-urn t ?
1- UANK ll'HJIC An-ont nndln
tij J 1 ATKIN.
I.j iparmehne Alia. IIiIh, wilt b-
I OST on raNi'ii-itt join eit-Kr nn I'leOcevh
I- Dock or II H. ivp .1. a H'JX . u I IMr.t r l-b r
CiNirie llun. Mark "i he box: I. O I) C -
a. No o. Hon.
Finder leave. o J to lln ft R1- ana receive
1460-iw PACIFIC '.OASf DHrrwi NO CO.
LOST On AU-al srut. tvlwten llrrelatili inO
Klnrtu .uet b.liav nlKt lv mar, o a riLAIK
Cllh ION and M .oulJ ' CM' w Hi bla If m in
nbbor Tlndtr will kt)Jl lvaeHine at th t-u'e
1(1 L.KI. '
Tllh ALOHA KOOUINCi IIOUSl'j. F,t St. llet
I roomanJ ailendam.e in ell) m
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it has so long enjoyed, and for Its handy
reference value should be In every home
and office throughout the land.
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NAVAL COURT IN SESSON.
(Continued from pago 1.)
on thu 12th; put him In charga of the
umto: ho Was slightly under lustrnliU
for about two bonis, but tho door wns
open mid 1 thlnll ho could havo gone
out If ho chose; I did not threaten to
shoot lilm; havo no rovolvcr; havo
thno illles on board; somo ot tlio men
had been Impilsoncd hero for being
drunk and disorderly; had Thompson
put In cliaigo of mato for using Insult
ing language; did not causo his arrest;
I camo ushoro and consulted tho con
sul, when 1 camo back Thompson vu3
at liberty thuso men novcr oucrcd to
render iisslstnnco to navigate tho ves
sel, novcr camj to mo with such an of
fer: they might havo offered tho
ofllccrs; never offered their services to
mo which they should havo done; .hoy
may and they may not havo olloreii
their services; I will quullfy my state
ment on dliect examination to that
Mr. David, upon a remark of n mem
ber of tho court, said: "I do rot want
to conduct my examination under tho
flro of illsnpprnl nttou ot tho court or
any member of It."
President Hoaio assorted that coun
sel should havo full liberty ot con
ducting his examination.
Ke-dlrect by Mr. Humphreys Tho
damage to ti.o chip was tho breaking
of tho capstan connected with tho
windless, 1 should bay $350 to ?I00, ns it
Is 11 casting; then the loss of 105 fa
thoms ot cable and an anchor; total
damago would reach over $2,000.
Mr. Davlo Woro tho men In any wny
rcsponslblo for tho ship dragging her
anchor? "Witness I cannot say that
Captain Win. Clark Itennlo, who
went on board the ship with n relief
crow, testified ho found tho men not
working when ho went aboard,
Mr. Davis objocted to witness saying
what ho heard.
Witness sharply denied to counsol
having said ho heard anything.
1 ui uj.uuiibI iii(p i r ee Seventh pace.
Weather Bureau, I'unnliou, Feb. 23.
'Ii-inpciaturo Morning minimum,
CC; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer nt 0 a. m. 30.15. lllslng.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. D9 per cont.
Oinmond Head Signal Station, Feb.
23. Weather hazy; wind light NR.
l-'rltlay, Feb. 23.
Stmr. Mllcnhaln, Podersen, from 131
colo; 5,185 bags sugar nnd 250 sheep
Stmr. Knual, Brtihn, from Hnna
maiilii; 7,100 bags mignr.
N. B. bark 'Iglilands.bmlth, from New
castle I 'ec. 16, 1890; 203 tons coal to
W. (. Irwn&Co.
Am. schr. Jessie Minor, Whitney, from
Eureka i-eb. 2; 250,000 feet lumber.
Am. schr. -red E. Sander, Swenson,
from fort I'ownsmd Jan 30; sSSiSfi feet
lum' er and 424,000 shingles.
TO SAIL, THIS AFTERNOON.
Friday, Feb. 23.
Stmr. Walaleale, Gregory, f r Kauai.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Claudlne. MacDonald, for LaJ
hiini, Kahulul, Nahlku, Hoiofua, Hana,
lluinoa, ami Kipaiuila, at 5 p. ju.
Fiom Blcclo, per Btmr. Mlknhnla,
IVIi. 23. Mrs. K. .T. O. Bryant nnd
child I). L. Peterson. T. U. Robinson
anl Qcorgo Abbey.
The Waialeale was not able to get away
vesteriav. bhe will sail this afternoon
The Kin de Janeiro will be In tomorrow
m-iming with eight days' later news from
The I lei tie will sill for Mihukona, Ha-
kiil.ni, Honiim 1 Peivcken. O -luia, I'.i
paildKi, Ki 1 i'i.iu, Hllo and Laupihnelioe
I ue il iv next at 5 P. m. 1-reig.1t lor lino
will be at thi shippers' risk.
The C andlne sails for Maui ports to
rn irro.v .ifienio in. Mall cl se at 1 p. in.
The Highlands fr -m Newcastle, the
lejsie Mii.nr from Eureki and tiic Fred
E. bander-, f 0111 Port Townsend all arriv
. Mr. Davis Informed witness ho waB
aot tnlKins to htm but to tho court.
Witness, on being told by President
lloaro to simply nnswer tho questions,
Miilil "When that gentleman contr.i
dtcto 1110, can't I contradict him?" To
the comt 1 don't Bee why wo could
not bait- saved cnblo and anchor It
Huso nun had assisted; It Is probablo
wo coiuil navo; 1110 men iiekcii me
what right 1 had to ask them ques
tions, and told mo to tell the captain
m do his own dirty work; wind was
light and varlublo but if was lino
weathei ; tho ship was unmanageable
in that kind of weather.
Crosi--exumlncd Some of tho men
lofust-il and somo did not; they did not
offer to lcturn to work ot nny time.
Another sianlng of words between
counsel (.ml witness took place.
Mr. Humphreys Intervened, Baying
In effort: 1 protest ngalnst tho conduct
if this attorney. 1 hopo his examina
tion will not go to the Homo olllco.
Such a record should not go before n
Mr. Davis retorted I know what all
this niinii3. 1 havo been familiar with
this sort of tactics for twenty-two
A member of tho court told Mr. Da
vis ho had been "a llttlo brushy" with
that witness nt tho start. lie had
ruffled him tno wrong way nnd the wit
ness had becomo nettled.
Mr. Davis challenged anyone to say
that ho had used ono Improper word or
conducted tho examination In any un
becoming manner. "I think my conduct
will compare fnvorably with that of
Witness I did not understand at
nny tlmo that tho men wcro willing to
Mr. Davis, on another brcezo spring
ing up, said ho did not Ilka tho tactics
of Mr. Humphreys. "If I am attacked
I will rotalinto."
Captain Milton N. Sanders, pilot of
tho port of Honolulu, testified to what
had happened while ho wns on board
tho ship from 7 In tho evening until 8
In the morning ot tho lCth and ICth. I
novcr saw nny of tho men working; I
cannot say I really saw them nt all;
I was not looking for them; ono of
them spoke to mo and I answered him;
ho asked mo It I was a pilot and I told
him I was; ho said: 1 roprcsont tho
crew. Wo nro willing to turn to nnd
savo tho ship, but will not work on
board the ship nftcr sho is saved." I
would not rccognlzo tho man, It was
dark; I think I spoko of tho statement
to tho captain In tho cabin afterwnrd;
yes,, I may say I am sure I did; I did
not sco any of the men near tho cap
tain whllo I was on tho ship.
Mr. Davis said ho had no questions
to ask tho witness.
Itcccss from 11:30 to 1 o'clock.
Kiiiuil Shipping NotcH,
Doth tho Mlkalmla and Kauai camo
In from ports on tho Garden Isle, this
morning early tintl both had full car
goes ot sugar. ' Thct Mlkalmla reports
lino weather on Knual and tho follow
ing sugar left at rhe various planta
tions: Mnlc. 38,000: h. P., 18.000; H.
M., 25.&00; K. P.. 40,000; M. S. Co., 13,
000; iv. B. Co., 15,000; K. S. M., 19,000,
and V. K., 1,200. Total, 170,700. Tho
Nllhau was at Makawcll loaded with
sugar nnd ready to lighter for tho
steamer Charles Nelson. Tho James
Makco arrived at lCuual February 22.
Coultl Not Be Pound.
Tho caso of n sick Hawaiian child,
Kcaloha by name, In a place near camp
McKlnloy, wns reported by C. It. Col
linns this morning. Dr. Jobo was sent
lout to Investigate but was tinablo to
locate tho placo even after tho most
I diligent search.
11 33 Queen Street
SATURDAY, Feb. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises at rear of store of Mr.
C. Hustace, King strejt, I will sell at
Iron Stable Fittings
J AS. F,
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, JIO c. V
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 25c up
PACIFIC IMPORT CO N
Q FURIIP.U Mannar
l kllllhlWIIJ UIMIIUQWII
WEEK OF FEB. 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 De
The Modern Samson, In Sensational Feats
of Strength and Balancing.
In a new Comedy Sketch.
In a New Dramatic Sketch by the Latter, 1
"THE END OF IT ALL."
MISS BLANCHE GALE,
Soubrette, Late of the Boston Lyric Opera
On account of departure In the near
future, Mr. II. Renjes will dispose of, at
private sate, all the HOUSEHOLD FUR
NISHINGS, CHINA AND GLASS
WARE, at his home, Nuuanu Valley.
Articles for sale will be open to Inspec
tion from 9 to 11 o'clock each morning
for one week, beginning with Tuesday,
Feb. ao, 1930.
Tho Hawaiian Soda Works havo re
moved their pmnt and offlccs to Em
ma street near Vineyard rnnknl ot Mrs,
O. D. Frceth's residence. Orders
Tho Evening Dullctln,
75 cenU per
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