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THE EVININO UUIiLUTlN: HONOLULU, U. 1., HATUttDAY, FEUKUA.UY. 21, l'JO,).
jW.-'--'ll--M-. i ! tjk.
Out of sight too, regular beauties. We receiveJ but 20 In tnN
"Autrallj," all 'he S. P. house could spare on account of the creat de
mand there. Oil and sec what a 19-0 Nimbler looks like and you will
want one, but come soon as several are sold to anive and as we had no
stotU when these Rot here 20 will not last long.
This Is our strong point as we have the best repair man In tl.e Islands
and are thus able to guarantee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
repairs, no matter how badly a wheel Is smashed up we an 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 comes. When you want
to rent a whel me to us.
1 E. 0. HALL
Oor. ITort and Kine Sts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
MTlnK water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purpose
are from C to 8 o clock e. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock - .".
Superintendent Water Works.
Mi wed by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Hot Julo, June 14, 189.
Notice to Corporations.
The at.entlon of Officers of Corporations
is called to Section 2024 of the Civil Laws
of 1897, relating to the Annual Returns of
Corporations, and also to the notice pub
lished from this Department under date of
December 31st, 1899, requiring that Ex
hibits be filed on or before January 31st,
loco; and all Corporations who have not
compiled with said notification are request
ed to give the matter Immediate attention,
and file the Annual Statement required at
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 23rd, 1900.
Department of Public
The Board of Health having voted that
the sanitary situation Is such as to justify
the opening ot such Government Schools I
as the Department of Public Instruction
might decide upon, notice Is hereby given
that the Honolulu Normal School (not In
cluding the Training School), and the High
School (not Including the Grammar
Grades), re-open at 9 o'clock a. m. on
Mondiy, February 26th.
By order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
Notice to Shippers.
In the matter of disinfection or fumiga
tion of freight, shippers will make no
distinctions between that dtstjned 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 dis
infecting solution; the Interior of the
original case is then to be washed (lit
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 cae Is to
be closed up and the entire exterior Is to
In caes 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
ontnlngs have been made In It, may be
dipped In a disnlfectlng solution; but great
cartWust be exercised to Insure the thor
ough disinfection of each tin or bottle, and
the whole Interior of the original package
as weiW'ibe, whole exterior surface of
Shippers having the Interests of the
entlreWahdf cormtiunltv at heart will ex
ercWvefyl carefully every precaution, and
assist ratheriUwnJmpedthe effotts of the
Board, oftWealth, In. rfWffding a further
alpread of Bubsrrlo'Flague In these Ha-
ffarorisumuc " '
Boardof Health pnjhe, part o,;shlppets,
will be followed by' the immediate iwitlu
dfdwal-bf privilege 'of f sWIpWWfP ofSriy
looik-whafcYsr.pjf thpg'$(flf r)
'CttRD OF HEKLTH,
Superintend i f Disinfection
Honolulu, Oahu. Feb 15, 19 0,
Are Here .
& SON, Ltd,
REPORT ON F00D8TUFE8.
At u meeting of the Doard ot Health
yesterday afternoon the prohibition ot
tho Board on tho Introduction of food
stuffs was rescinded and the following
resolution was unanimously adopted:
V.'liorvtw, In tho opinion of tho Board
thnt by reason ot tho cxlstenco of
plnguo In Asiatic ports, there Is seri
ous and continuing danger of tho In
troduction of tho samo Into tho Ha
waiian Islands, and that notwithstand
ing tho quarantine defense, this danger
Is so Increased by tho Introduction of
certain foodstuffs from such countries
that n suspension of the right to In
troduce tho same Is demanded, in the
Interests of public Health;
Resolved, Thnt tho President of tho
Republic be requested, In pursuance of
tho power vested In him by law, to
prohibit tho Introduction into tho Ha
waiian Islands ot foodstuffs named In
tho schedulo below written, from
Asiatic ports, so long as plague oxlsts
In any of such ports:
Food products from tho Orient may
bo divided Into thrco classes accord
ing to the mode of manufacture and
method of packing.
Two of these classes can bo safely
admitted into tho country, even at
times when the plague Is epidemic at
tho port ot departuro, If certain pre
cautions aro observed. The third class
cannot bo admitted, and its Importa
tion should be prohibited at times
when the plague, Is prevalent.
The first class would Include all ar
ticles subjected to heat In tho process
of manufacturing and that aro presev
ed In tins. The heating would destroy
all germs and tho outside ot tins could,
If necessary, be satisfactorily disinfect
ed. Furthermore, It Is doubtful If
germs could llvo on tho tin.
The second class would Include nil
articles that nro heated In the making
but aro afterwards dried and packed In
wooden boxes. It Is doubtful It germs
will llvo In such substances. Tho con
tainers can bo satisfactorily disinfect
ed. Tho third class would lncludo all
dried and baited substances thnt are
not heated In tho preparation. They
aro usually packed In wooden boxea or
matting. Germs might llvo on most of
these nrtlclcs and they could not be
Tho accompanying list will show tho
classification of most ot tho nrticles
Imported from China and Japan.
A Substances prepaied In tins, heat
ed in tho process of manufacture) and
not capable of carrying Infection. Con
tainers cnpnblo of disinfection. Bam
boo shoots, shrimps, bean curd and
cake; nil canned goods.
It Substances that are packed In
tlns-or cases, bented In process of man
ufacture and nro not likely to carry In
fection. Containers cnpnblo of disin
fection, nnd other unobjectionable nr
ticles: Ilenn sticks, bean flour, rice
flour, sago flour, sago, macaroni, ver
micelli, lire, beans, sugar.
C Substances dried or salted In
manufacturing, not subjected to heat
nnd cnpnblo of carrying Infection. In
cnpablo of being disinfected: Cuttle
flah and other dried fish, oranges,
dates, lichees, nuts, fungus, duck, pork,
sausago, dried meats, dried vegetables,
cabbage, olives, birds' nests, eggs, mlzo
(cooked rlco and beans,) sea weed,
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come aenss some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are bei .g pau.tvd by KING.
BROS, artis A very peculiar
crab is on view in KING
BROS, window, Hotel street
Tuc Hi n t r-T-ixi ,.. i:r..
1 nc uuLucnn mu oauaiy
all your WANTS. It has
established a WANT
to the BUI
lBTIN not receiving th'r po
pers promptly will confer
favor by notifying tbe Tiusi
ness CHce, Telephone 356.
rltt. in ttntotumn Ulttti tnutteJ ttntert
alinefittt tnuttion; to eenh teeonJtnttt
nm, toeenttd week ttJ WHtitta month Hititte-t
ibtJftit jJwtttunt ever offtttJ the people oftlomaluiu.
TO I IsT Th tflifnfe nl John Cna .1 Walkikl.
I lutrlsh J r unfurnished Latec jarl ird
hnu, hi'n nJ imM, To In a a hnl. nr It
frl Tur (uttlwr particular, uppl lo JOHN LNA
all IS N t.n.' nfficr, Qjem trcrt. I4u-tl
THE ALOHA ROOMINO HOUSE, Fort St Beit
I toomi and attendant In city. mi
FR SALE TWO COTTAGE!, on Younz St..
nppotlte L II. Dee, Esq. Inquire ot i. E.
PR SALE $1000. LOT In twit portion ol Kalltil
site 80x150. Apptvto
No. ).o Fort street.
FOR SALE $050. LOT lit Kallhl on main street,
sltenxiso. Apply to
No-Jio ort sxntt:
PR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sale
next door to Mr. J. II. Bnvd'i Walklkl Road.
COR SAIE-Grntle CARRIAGE HORSE. eari
old, bet ol Harness, Surrey mm ruoner nres.
Call on Q. H. BbRREY. Rooms jo)-io. Judd
COR SALE $1400.
' to years to run.
Lease of Cottage centrailv.
Ground rent Jit per month.
144 No jio Fort street.
FOR SALE A 5x8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide anrlt Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnis office 1418-H
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
ITY. Dy J. M. VIVAS. ut
Wl ANTED To rent a house ol not It than seven
v rooms, with outside servants' ouart-rs: Ma.
klkl preferred. Apply E. U. McCLANAHAN. Judd
building. 14 "
UANTED-A COTTAGE for newly married
" couple, will pay cood rent, furnished or un
furnished. Apply M. M. this offictj uoi-iw
UANTED-FIVE MESSENGER DOYS at one.
' American Messenger Service, Hotel and Ala-
nea streets. 1449
WANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds ol
smalt repairing, Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by ringing up o. Also A few lor rent
Pensacola street. 1446-1!
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by a whit barber lor 15 cents it fl. JEFFS.
riioK Fori street, opp. Club Stables lioo-lf
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; moderate rates. MR. MUM, car People's
Express Co i or General Delivery. P. O. iwi-tl
I OST-An HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS
L. HANK HOOK. Anvon flndlnc and returning
to J. W. ATKIN, Uupahoeho Mill. Hllo. will b
I OST On or about Oct oth either on the Oceanic
- Dock or R. R. Depot, a BOX containing rubber
connections. Mark on the box: P, C. u Co.
Cas No. 0. Hon.
Finder leav word to Allen & Robinson and receive
1460-iw pacific; coast uhluuiiwu lo.
OST On Alapal street, between Beretanla and I
n,iuu oum iix4Bj ! tea ;iwiit v --
CHIFFON and let shoulder CAPE with black satin
it - t..a &;! 1 1 m. a hi ar
riDbons. nnaer win ictnaiy leave same at ine nuue
tln office. 148-tl
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist, Office, K'rg Street Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or nlsht,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-tf
The Hawaiian-Chinese News Is the only
Chinese paper In Honolulu that was not
burned out by the file of January 20th.
During the quarantine period permission
was obtained from the Board of Health to
ssue after proper fumigation. The many
patrons ol the paper are Informed that
business Is going on as usual. 1461AVI
0. hu Sugar Co., Ltd.
Shareholders of Assessable Stock are
hereby notified tint all stock on which
the fourth and last assessment of 25 per
cent remains unpaid on March 2d, will
become delinquent and subject to penalty
after said date.
J. P. Hackfeld,
idCrat Treas. Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
We beg to Inform the public that we
ire In a position to furnish" good and re
FORT STREET EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12
a. m 2 to 5 P. m. uovim
Kih?i Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given to the Share
holders of the above company that the
Sixth Assessment of ioper cent or f 5.00
per share, will be due and payable at the
office of Alexander & Baldwin on the 1st
Jay of March, tooo.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 19, 1900. J45Q-8t
llouso of Representatives.
The Honolulu members of I he House of
Representatives met pursuant to adjourn
n'nt this morning, again adjourning until
he third Monday In March.
Walklkl Inn. Pleasant rooms, One
lathing, excellent tablo and service,
lenry N. Almy, manager.
The roll of honor among the na
Ion's defender? is Riven 'n On T
rb( Evening Bulletin, 7G owu pt
I or .dJiiluual hlppne Newt e venln page.
Weather llurcntt, l'unnliou, Feb, 24,
Temperature Morning minimum,
(l; iMIdday maximum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.09. Irregular.
Dow Point CI V.
Humidity at 0 a. m. CS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
21. Weather cloudy; wind SW.
Friday. Feb. 23.
Am. sp. W. F. Babcock, Colly, from
New York September 13, 1899: 3,195
tons genT mdso to T. II. Davles & Co.
Saturday, Feb. 21.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullctt, from
Kapaa; 2,400 bags sugar.
Friday, Feb. 23.
Stmr. Walalealo, Gregory, for Kauai.
Stmr. Kauai, Druhn, for Lahalna.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEltNOON.
Stmr. Claudlne, MacDonald, for La
halna, Kahulul, Kahlku, Honolua, lia
na, Hamoa and Klpahulu, at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
RULING ON SUGAR IMPORT?.
San Francisco, Feb. 2. Collector of
tho Port Jackson received yesterday
from Washington a number of im
portant decisions relating to customs
affairs. Tbe most Important has ri'fer
enco to tho duty on nilgai Imported
from n country whero a bounty Is al
lowed for sugar production. It was
rendered by tbo Board of General Ap
praisers and construes the Congress
ional net of July 24, 1897, In such man
ner as to afford full protection for tho
sugar manufactured In this country.
The case beforo tho Board ot Ap
ralsers grew out of an Importation of
German sugar received at Philadelphia
A discriminating duty equal to the
amount of tho German bounty wus as
sessed upon tho weight ot tho Hugar as
shown by tho Invoice. This itssesitment
of duty was mado in splto ot tho show
ing that tho weight ot the sugar had
materially decreased during tho voyage
from Germany In consequenco of drain
ago nnd evaporation.
Tho appraisers, In their decision,
sustain tho assessment ot duty niado
by tho Collector ot Customs at Phila
delphia. Theyjiold that whero n boun
ty Is paid by a foreign government on
tho weight ot merchandise exported
to tho United States and such mer
chandise loses in weight on tho voyage
of importation tho additional duty is
to bo assessed on tho weight ot tho
Merchant! leo at tho tlmo of exporta
tion. The decision goes to tho fur
ther extent ot holding that tho Invoice
weight Is prima facie cvldenco ot tho
quantity exported, and may bo accepted
as a basis for tho assessment ot addl-
jtional duty. It is explained that In no
omcr way can mo purpose 01 1110 con
gressional act bo served nnd collection
made of mo discriminating duty In nn
amount equal to the bounty pnld
VESSELS IN PORT.
Army nnd Navy.
U. S. Tug Iroquois, Pond, cruise.
Ger. bk. H. V. Glade, Hacsloop, Bre
men, Dec. 23.
Br. sp. Poseidon, Chamberlain, Liv
erpool, Dec. 25.
Haw. bk. R. P. Kitkot, McPhall, San
Francisco, Dec. 29.
Am. schr. Mary B. Foster, Thomp
son, San Francisco Jan. 8.
Br. bk. Conway Castle, Evans, Liv
erpool Jan. 8.
Ger. sp. Caescrea, Cordis, Nawcastlo
Br. sp. Inverncss-shlro, Pettlo, New
castlo Jan. 12. (Anchored ort port.)
Am. bk. Pactolus, Watts, Nanalmo
Br. sp. Hollywood, Macaulay, Ant
werp Jan. 13.
Am. bk. Alex. McNeill, Jorgensen,
Newcastlo Jan. 15.
Br. sp. Champion, James, Nowcnstlo
Am. sp. Lucllo, Anderson, Tacomn
Haw. bk. Mauna Ala, Smith, San
Frnnclsco Jan. 20.
Haw. bk. Santiago, Engalls, San
Francisco Jan. 31.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, Tacoma Jan.
Am. bktno. Jano L. Stanford, John
son, Nawcastlo Jan. 25.
Br. bk. Forthbank, Nowcastlo Jan.
Am. bltt. Archer, Calhoun, San
1 rnncisco Jan. 2C.
Br. sp. Lancing, Chapman, Sydney
Am. schr. Okonogan, Rcusch, Port
Ludlow Jan. 28.
Am. schr. Aloha, Fry, San Francisco
Br. sp. Drummuir, Armstrong, New
castlo Jan. 30.
Am. schr. R. W. Bartlett, Nielsen,
Gray's Harbor Feb. 1.
Am. sp. Cyrus Wakefield, Macloon,
San Francisco Fo. 2.
Am. bkt. H. N. Castlo, Lanfcldt, San
Francisco Feb. 2.
Nor. bk. Solveig, TJustolsen, Now
castlo Feb, 2.
Am. bk. Chns. B. Kennoy, Andorsen,
Chemalnus Feb. 4.
Am. schr. Defiance, Blom, Aberdeen,
Am. sp. George Curtis, Calhoun, San
Francisco Feb. 7.
Am. bkt. Skagit, Robinson, Port
Townsend Feb. 8.
Am. schr. Annlo M. Campbell, Frid
berg, Tacoma Ft... 8.
Am. sp. ChaB. E. Moody, Anderson,
Tacoma Feb. 9.
Am. schr. F. 8. Roddold, Jorgensen,
Tacoma Feb. 10.
Am. schr. O. W. Watson, Patterson,
Port Townsend Feb. 10.
Am. schr. Emma Claudlna, Ncllson,
Eureka eD. 11.
Br. sp. Glencsslln, Prltchard, New
casUe Feb. 12.
-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, JIO c.
20th Century Lawns, all the newest patterns.
Dimities, in all grades and prices.
Corded TafTitta 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
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S. EHRLICH, Manager,
WEEK OP FEB. IO.
Entire Change of Program,
The Farce . . .
A Laugh from Start lo 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,
"THE END OF IT ALL."
MISS BLANCHE GALE, "
Soubrette, Late of the Boston Lyric Opera
On account of departure in the near
future, Mr. H. Renjes will dispose of, at
private sale, all the HOUSEHOLD FUR
NISHINGS, CHINA AND GLASS
WARE, at his home, Nuuanu Valley.
Artfcles for sale will be open to Inspec
tion from 9 to 11 o'clock each momlng
for one week, beginning with Tuesday,
Feb. 20, 1900.
The Hawaiian Soda Works have re
moved their plant and offices to Em
ma street near Vineyard makal ot Mrs.
G. D.' Frcetb's residence. Orders
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
from 25c up W
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