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THE EVKNINQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. 1., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 11)00.
Out of sight too, regular beauties. We received but 20 by
"Aujtrn 1 1," all iheS. P. house coulJ s.'nre on account of the Rreat de
man I trine. OH and see what a loco Itimbler looks like and you will
w.nt one, but come soon as feveral are sold to anle and as we had no
stoik when thce Rot here so will not last long.
This l our strong point as we have the best repair nun In the Islands
and are thus able to guarantee our work. We undertake any kind of bike
repairs, no m itter 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 Rood derl of Inconvenience, but a Rood start
has been made on our new quarters and after a few months we will sh jw
you bicycle and sporting goods quarters that will be a credit to any city In
the L. 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 whtel ccme to us.
Oor. "Fort and Kins: Sts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
ki, vved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Hot lulu, uuo 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 list, 1899, requiring that Ex
hibits be filed on or before January 31st,
1000; and all Corporations who have not
complied with said notification are request
ed to Rive the matter Immediate attention,
and file the Annual Statement required at
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 23rd, 1900.
Deoartment of Public
The Board of Health having voted that
the sanitary situation Is such as to justify
the opening ot such 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), and the High
School (not including the Grammar
Grades), re-open at 9 o'clock a. m. on
.Monday, February 26th.
Bv 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 dfstlned for
points on the Island of Oahu and that
destined to points on other Islands.
The originil caes must be opened and
tlie straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
dust, or other packing material, removed
from each bottles 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
w'th disinfectant; In repacking the already
dlslnffCied botileortln.no wrapper may
be used unle-s same has first been fumi
gated or dMntected. 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 anv similar substance, the entire
original package, after two or more large
openings have been made in it, may be
dipped in a dlsnifectlng 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
ercise very carefully every precaution, and
assist rather than Impede the effoits 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 tin 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,
Supttlntcndent of Disinfection
and Fur Igatlon.
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. is, 1900.
TlieVan Hamm-Toni e G&.,Lta
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Bilolse Insurance Co.
IMnn rj-K Erelne On.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklki, Kona,
Island of Oaliu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
Feb. 23, 1900. 1 Roan Stallion, brand
(similar to) F on hind right leg, both legs
on right side black, and on the left white.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that 1 will se 1
them at public auction on Saturday, March
io, 1900, at 12 m., if not called for before
that date. K. KEKUENE,
This recognised authority In all matters
of statistical and general information per
taining to tlie political, commercial, educa
tional and social progress of Hawaii, is
now ready, and may be lud at all the
The present Issue Is admitted -by critic
to be fully up to the standard of excellence
It lias so long enjoyed, and for its handy
reference value should be In every home
and office throughout the land.
Price 75 cents encli, or mailed
abroad to any adJress for 85 cts. per copy.
14G3WI Compiler nnd Publisher.
The Hawaiian-Chinese News is the only
Chinese paper In Honolulu that was not
burned out by the fire of January 20th.
During the quarantine period permission
was obtained from the Board of Health to
Issue after p'oper fumigation. The many
patrons ol the pa er are Informed that
business Is going on as usual. 1464.WI
We beg to Inform the public that we
are In a position to furnish good and re
FORT STREF.T EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12
a. m.. 2 to s p. m. I46yim
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, King Street Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or nlulit,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-tf
" 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.
rlat ili vtmtn urn t thsti n u mtrn
tttmfrtt fnnrhftf, to ttnlt tttontimtt
ti ttntJ uak hJ tottntt motif' JMm th
ttufiHJxthutfvr Wert t th?ftttr- t titi.
AN rprir.Mk.ll) MIRSl fhi rf.r no)
A WAMS A I OMTION hyihf .tk or m nth
Te'nntry rcavimbl? AJJif,MIHSL,tliiolfcf.
llANTEM An Lrerltnc.l lli,uwkr.rr li
jf-ncn' Im wnrk a Uke care 1 1
Ailre X. In nflic.
ANTfctJ lurfdi 4 house ot not le s ilun even
rnnmc with ntittlj. .rvtnt' niMrt 1. M,
klkl rrttmeJ Apply b. U, McCLANrtllAN, JuJJ
bullJInir. 146) It
WANTED-A COTTAGE tor nw y nunlej
c uple, will pay R oi tent, furnhntJ urun
(urnUhfJ. Apply M M.ihli office. n6a-t
ANTED-FIVE MESSENGER HOYS l once.
American Alessenetr Service. Hotel anl A
kf ttretti. 1440
WANTED-N. F. DURGESS does all klnJ, of
tmall repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
llnse, are ipeclaliles. Lawn Mowers will be call
eJ for, by ringing up taj. Alio a few for rent
Pensacnla street ,,,6H
VXANTED Men to know that they can eel shaved
by a white barber for ij cents at H
6,oH Fort street, opp Club Stables
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly; iroderate rates. MR, MUM, care People's
Epress Co : or General Delivery. P. O i)o.-tf
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl.
fumlshrd or unfurnished. Large yard and
hjuie, barn and stables. To lei as a whole or In
part For further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
at I. I.S. N. Co.'s office. Queen street; 1464-tf
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. UJs
SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
iDooste L. II. Dee. tsa. Inquire ot u. t.
PR SALE Jieoo. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
s!te8oxtso. Applv to
No. 110 Fort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sale
next door to Mr. J. II. Boyd's Walklkl Road.
LOT at Kallhl on main street.
COR SALE $950.
I slie 75x1:0.
No. ) o Fori street.
COR SALE Gentle C vRRIAGE HORSE. years
I old. 1 Set of Harness. Surrey with rubber tires.
Call on Q. II BfcRKEY. Rooms 901-304 Judd
FOR SALE $1400.
so years to sun.
Leas, of Collate cemraily.
Ground rent $ti per month.
No no Fort street.
FOR SALE A sx8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tms office 1418-tf
TOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. 1)81
I OST-An HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS
L- BANK DOOK. Anvone Undine and rcturnlne
to J. W ATKIN. Laupahoehoe Mill, llllo. wilt be
LOST On nr about Oct loth either on the Oceanic
Dock or R R. Depot, a BOX containing rubber
connections. Mark on the box: P. C. D Co.
Case No. 0. Hon.
Finder leave word to Allen & Robinson and receive
U60.IW PACIFIC COAST DREDGING CO.
LOST On Alapal street, between Beretanla and
Klnau street Friday night, February 6, a BLACK
ClllhFONandet shoulder CAPE with black satin
ribbons. Tinder will kindly leave same at the Pulle
tln office. i4;-tl
WILL RUSH I HE BILL.
Washineton. Feb. 12. Senator Cullom
was at the White House today and had a
conference with tlie President in regard to
the -.tatus nf legislation before Congress
affecting the Hawaiian Islands. The
President had had under consideration the
expediency of a-klng the Congress tj pass
some temporary legislation which would
enable the local Goven ment to provide
for natives whose houses ha been burned
to stop the spread of ihe bubonic plague,
and to succor those In distress. Senator
Cullom, however, expressed the belief
that Congress would soon pass a bill pro
viding fur a peim merit government for
the Islands, and that this measure would
be amply sufficient to meet the existing
conditions The President, therefore, will
await the action of Cmgress on the pend
1 e '
Gen. BuIIcp'h Detent.
London, Feb. 10. 2 p. m General
Duller Is onco moro south ot tho Tugcla
river; General MacDonnld is hack nt
tho Modder river nnd apparently tho
Doers lmvo lost nono of tho ascendancy
they novo held so long. Yet today's
news by no means causes tho ncuto dis
appointment attendant upon tho other
failures to relievo Ladysmltb.
This can ho attributed to tlirco
cnuses. Urst, t lie 10 Is 11 strong belief
that General Dullcr's last attempt was
only n demonstration on a largo scale;
second, tho wiser critics had warned
tho public not to expect tho Immediate
relief of General Whlto; third, tho na
tion has settled down to tho realiza
tion that tho war will last a long tlmo
nnd they nro not swayed ns nt first by
minor 1 oversea nnd victories. Tho
second and third reasons aro self-ex-plaining.
Tho first requires consider
able; elucidation. In favor of tho opin
ion held by Spencer Wilkinson, tho
mllltnry critic of tho Morning Post,
that General llullor did not Intend im
mediately to rush on to Ladysmlth
thcro Is overwhelming evldcnco to
show that Field Marshal Lord Roberts
ordered systematic activity on thu part
of all tho forces. On this basis Gen
eral Dullcr's may only bo a repetition
of General MacDonald's and General
Plague Suspect Still Llngera.
It was expected that the plaguo sus
pect at tho Kallhl detention camp
would dlo at any mlnuto yesterday but
ho has developed remarkable tenacity
and Is holding his own, although com
pletely out of his bead. Two doses of
tho antl-pest serum have already boen
Injected Into tho man's body,
Fjsb Inspector Berndt has
come aenss some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are bei jr pan.twd by KING
BRt )S. artif A verv peculiar
crab 15 on view in mNCj
BROS, window, Hotel street.
Weather Hiirenu, I'tinnlioti, Toll. 20.
Tompcrnttiro Mornlnp; Minimum,
71; Mhltlny maximum, 79.
Hninmclrr at !) n in 30.07 Steady
Dow Point CQV
Humidity nt 9 n. m. G7 per cent.
Diamond Head Blgunl Station, Feb.
21!. Weather hazy; wind N. 13.
Dark In night, too hazy to mrtlto her
Sunday, Feb. 25.
M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, from
Francisco: nassencers and mdse. to
H. Hackfeld cV Co.
Ger. bk Arnold, Peeken, from Bremen
Oct. t3. i8qo; 1 oo tons general mdse to
H. riackfeld & Co.
Am. schr. Prosper, Jolunneson, from
Newcastle: 1320 tons coal to order.
Stmr. Nilhau, Thompson, from Ahukini;
6195 bags sugar.
Monday. Feb. 26.
Stmr. Lehua, Dudolt, from Molokai.
Stmt. Noeau, Wvman, from Hilo.
Monday, Feb. 25.
Schr. Lady, for Oahu ports.
Br. sp. Poseidon, Chamberlain, for the
Schr. Ada, for Kauai port?.
P. M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, for
China and Japan.
Monday, Feb. 26.
U. S. T. S. Wanen, for San Francisco.
Ger. sp. Ca:sarea, Cordis, forthe Sound.
TO SAIL, THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. James Makee. Tullett, for Kapaa.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Lahua, Dower, for Kaunakahal,
Kamalo, Olowalu, Maunalel and Kalau
papa, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Helene, for Mahukona, Hakalau,
Honomu, Pepeekeo, Ookala, Papaikou,
Paauhau. Hllo.Kukalau.and L .unahoehoe.
(Frelgnt for Hllo at shlpp r's risk).
From San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Rio do Janeiro, Feb. 24. Miss K. M.
Severson, Mrs. F. O'Brien, Frederick
O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tuttle, J.
13. Agasslz, Mrs. L. M. Oay, O. H. Al
len, R. Pearson. European steerage:
W. P. Beach, N. M. Thcls, S. Fowler,
O. A. Martin, A. Arenson, J. Silver,
Master Chas. Diaz, 0. F. Glbbs, A.
Diaz, Mrs. A. Diaz and child. Yoko
hama: W. B. Cogswell, L. D. Flsk.
Tho 3 Misses Drowning, E. V. Judd, J.
E. Auzcrals, Uov. F. Cromer, Mrs. U.
M. Stclbcl and son. Kobe: U. M.
Stcibel, Rev. D. C Hawortu. Shang
hai O. H. RoBlng, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Lnldrlch. Hongkong Arthur O. Colin,
Mrs. W. Bishop nnd family, Mrs. T. II.
Underwood and son, Miss Ulancho
Piatt, Mr .and Mrs. F. A. Blake, Mrs.
S. Norman, E. E. Coats, Dr. and Mrs.
O. W. Crllo. European Btecrngo
Paul Ncbcliing, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Rod
gers. REFUSED A CLEAN BILL.
The Warren sailed for San Francisco
at about 12 noon today. Her captain
applied to tho Doard of Health,
through Captain Campbell, for a clean
bill of health but ho was Informed
that the rules of tho Doard regarding a
strict quarantine had not been ob
served. In addition to hauling direct
ly alongside tho Pacific Mall wharf and
taking on coal pcoplo from tho city hnd
gono aboard to repair tho machinery
and for other purposes. No gunrds
had been placed on tho vessel nnd
other rulefl had been disregarded.
Dr. Carmlchacl did not glvo tho War
ren a clean bill ot health but stated In
writing what tho Warren had done
whllo In port Ho stated this morning
that ho did not bcllovo tho landing ot
tho Warren's passengers In San Fran
cisco would bo delayed It no sickness
was found upon arrival there.
Jnpnnese From Knunl.
The Nilhau that arrived from Ahu
kini, Kauai, Sunday morning, brought
fourteen Japanese from Lehua planta
tion. Thcso men wore sent for by H.
Hackfeld & Co. to do work on various
vessels In port for which they aro
agents, Tho shortngo of clean wharf
laborers Is crippling work moro and
moro every day.
Thcso men will not bo allowed ashoro
but will bo kept going from 0110 clean
vessel to another nccoidlng to tho de
mands. Deny Their Liability.
Tho San Francisco News Letter
states that tho San Francisco Doard of
Underwriters has refused to accept li
ability for Insuranco on Chinatown
buildings destroyed by tho big fire.
Rebates on premiums will bo allowed.
T. C. Van Ness Is soon to nrrlvo In
Honolulu with authority to employ
London, Feb. 10, 9:51 n. m. Tho
War Ofllco announces that General
French reached Klmberloy Thursday
E:19 p. ni. Following Is Lord Rob
erts messngo to tho War Ofllco:
"Jacobsdals, Fob. 10, 2 a. m.
French with a forco of artillery, caval
ry and mounted Infantry reached KIm
bcrley this evening, Thursday."
Hilo's Active Work.
Hllo has opened up a rat campaign
and Its Doard of Health Is doing ef
fective work In cleaning up Insanitary
places. Tho Scrrao storo was burned
last Friday without Injury to any sur
rounding property. Twenty-ono days
having passed without appearanco ot
any suspicious cases the town of Hllo
has not been quarantined nor has the
houso to houso Inspection been start
ed. Tho Automobllo Company has
bought the resldenco property of W. L.
Hopper adjoining the Government yard
In King street.
-S3 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
LATEST STYLES OF
NEW SPRING WAISTS
JUST OPENED - - - -
Lrrge 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 pattern?.
Dimities, in all grades and prices.
Corded Taffitta Wash Materials, entirely new.
By last Australia we received large invoices of new goods
in evety 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
S PURIIHU Mannar
J .IlllklWII) IMUIIUQUII
WEEK OF FEB. 26
Complete Change of Program,
Full Strength of the
Company in John
Dillon's Mirth -Pro
voking Farce, - -
A Laugh In Every Line.
The Funniest of Three-Act Comedies.
New Vaudeville Specialties In Every Act.
.In New Coon Melodies.
An Evening of Mirth and Melody.
Kilts! 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
per share, will be due and payable at the
office of Alexander & Baldwin on the 1st
day of March, 1900.
J. P. COOKB, j
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lpoo. 14 jo- 8t
Oahu Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Shareholders of Assessable Stock are
hereby notified that 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. F. Hackfeld,
i404-2t Treas. Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The Hawaiian-Chinese News will not
be responsible for any debts contracted In
its name without ihe authority of the
Manager or Reporters.
(Signed). CHANG KIM, Manager.
CHANG CHOW and
JOSEPH GOO KIM, Reporters.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 19, 1900. 1459WI