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TtiE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. ' I., TUESDAY, FEBRUAltY 27,. 1U0O.'
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Out of sight too, regular beauties. We received but so by this
"Auslnlla," all the S. P. house coulJ spare on account of the great de
mand thcie. Call and see what a toco Rambler looks like and you will
want one, but come soon as several are sold to an Ive and as w e had no
stock w,hen these got here 20 will not last long.
This Is 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 matter 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 ycu when she comes. When you want
to rent a wheel ccme to us.
E. 0. HALL
Oor. ITort and Kins: Sts.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notlQed
that the 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.
M wed by A. YOUNGt,
Minister of Interior.
Hot lulu, June 14, 189.
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 casas must be opened and
the straw or loose paper wrapper or saw
dust, or other packing material, removed
from each bottla 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
w'th 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 large
openings have been made in It, may be
dipped In a dlsnlfettlng 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 effotts 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 shlppets,
will be followed by th Immediate with
drawal of privilege of shipment of any
goods whatever by those engaging in such
Infringement or carelessness.
BOARD OF HEALTH,
A B. INOAI I S.
Superintendent of Disinfection.
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 15, 1900,
We beg to Inform the public that we
are 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. 1463-1111
Fish Inspector Beindt has
come across some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are bekg panned by KING
BROS, artist A very peculiar
crao is on view in minu
BROS, window, Hotel street.
Are Here .
& SON, Ltd,
Cooper and Chinatown.
At a meeting of tho Board of Health
yesterday afternoon tho application of
Fred Hnrrlso.. for permission to erect
a building In the Infected district led to
a discussion that ended In a unanimous
vote for a commlttco of tho Board to
bo appointed by tho president to look
up the question of n safo mode of dis
infecting soil In Infected localities.
Minister Cooper emphasized tho need
of opening up such n largo tract of
land in the heart of the city. Could
not some efllclent disinfectant of tho
soil be obtained.
Dr. Wood answered that, from his
reading, satisfactory results along this
line hnd not been arrived at In plaguo
stricken countries. The fact that the
soil retains tho germs for months is
well proven in the annual recurrence of
tho disease in such places as tho plaguo
Infected parts of China.
Minister Cooper said Ills only wish
This recognized authority In all matters
of statistical and general information per
taining to the political, commercial, educa
tional and social progress of Hawaii, Is
now ready, and may be had at all the
The present Issue Is admitted by crltir
to be fully up to the standard of excellence
It has so long enjoyed, and for Its handy
reference value should be In every home
and office throughout the land.
Price 75 cents cocli, or mailed
abroad to any adJress for 85 cts. per copy.
14G3WI Compiler and Publisher.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby riven, that the nnlmnU
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Makikl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, 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 rlcht lee. both Irirs
on right side black, and on the left white.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, March
10, 1900, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
rfrCJkWJ t" ttn column UMiti tnittHJ Jtlftfi
)Z ttifeflrtt imtrthn; to tentt itconJ in$tt
lion, fo ttntt a Tt tek anJ so ttnti a montb Ibtt 11 lh
tbtapttt aJvtrttunf i tt olfettJ tbttst,t of Hnrnfttutu
AN EPFWIENtn NURSh (best tetertnees)
" WANTS A COSITION by th. w.ek or month
Terms very reasonable AdJress NUKbL, this office.
WANTbD An ExperlenceJ Housekeeper In do
general hoiswork and take care of chitJren
AJdre'sX, this office. i.fyiw
il. ANTfcU To rent a house ol not le s than seven
vv rooms with outside servants' nuart rs, Ma
kikl preferred. Apply t. U. McCLANAIIAN. Judd
building; 1461 If
UANTED-A COTTAGE for newly married
cuple. will pay gnod rent, furnished or un
furnished. Apply M Al. this office ttf'-iw
WANTED-riVE MESSENGER BOYS at once,
American Messenger Service, Hotel and Aia
kea streets. tq
WANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds of
small repairing. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by rinsing up io. Also a few for rent
Pensacola street tssS-tf
XANTED Men (o know that they can get shaved
W by a whit barber for is cents at ft. JEFFS.
610K Fort street, opp Club Stables isoo-lf
URITINQ AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
" ly; moderate rates MR. MUM, car i'eople'a
Express Co; or General Delivery, P O iy)-tf
TO LET-The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
1 furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I I. S, N, Co.'t office. Queen street. ,464-1!.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort SI. Best
rooms and attendance) In city. ijji
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St,
r opposite L, II. Dee, Esq. Inquire of G, E,
PR SALE $icoo. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sire 80x150. Apply to
No. )io Fort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sate
T next door to Mr. J. II. Bovd's Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE $950. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
slie 75x150. Apply to
No. j 10 Fort street,
COR SALE-GentleCvRRIAGE HORSE, jjeari
I old, Set of Harness, Surrey with rubber tires
Call on Q. 11. BhKRbY, Rooms joj-joi Judd
COR SALE $1400. Lease of Cottage centrally.
ft so years to run. Ground rent $11 per month
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
144; No )io Fort street.
FOR SALE A 5x8 Anthony Camera, reversible
back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnls office J418-H
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
" CITY. By J. M. VIVAS n8s
At n meeting of tho Board of Health
yesterday afternoon, a letter written
to tho Minister of Foreign Affairs by
Consul Salto somo time ago, was read
by Dr. Wood. In this communication,
tho Japanese Consul referred to tho ac
tion of tho Board about a fortnight ago
by which tho importation of all mer
chandise from ports in which plaguo
existed, was prohibited. This would
certainly work a great hardship on
No action was taken as a later mo
tion by tho Board of Health rescinded
tho first nctlon by that body. In this
connection, Dr. Wood had tho follow
ing to say today:
"At tho time tho Citizens' Sanitary
Committee sent in its request that all
foodstuffs In tho Islands from infected
countries bo destroyed, a spfclal com
mittee of tho Board was apnolntcd to
look Into tho whole matter of food
stuffs and report. This commlttco re
ported only on tho matter of future
shipments from tho Infected countries
to the Islands and recommended thrco
schedules. Tho first of theso refers to
goods not open to suspicion, tho sec
ond to Infected goods capable of disin
fection and tho third to goods impos
sible of disinfection. Tho committee
further recommended that tho goods In
Schedule C bo prohibited during tho
existence of tho plague In tho places of
origin. Tho goods In these schedules
nro now prohibited by tho Board but
tho matter of tho destruction of nil the
Oriental goods left In tho country has
been referred 10 tho Executive."
Lnlmlnn On Gunrd.
Walluku, i-eb. 24. Lahalna has ln
nugutntcd a strict quarnntino ngalnst
Wniluku and Knhiilul. Six guards arc
placed at tho Ukumcliamo (Olowalu)
end of tho Pall load.
Thrco cords of mimosa wood aro
placed in tho middle, of tho road to
block all tralllc from this end of Maul.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Haffencr and Miss
Ellen Whlto obtalued a pass from Dr.
C. L. Garvin last Wednesday after
noon to tnko them to Lahnlnn. They
reached Uitiimelinmo nt about 2
o'clock next morning and nil wero or
dered back by tho vigilant guards nt
tho point of tho rifle. As tho road Is
qulto nai row nt this point, It took Mr.
HafTencr nearly half nn hour to lift
around his vchlclo in order to corao
back and tho guards would not oven
help him for fear of contamination.
New Sufjup Packets.
San Francisco, Feb. 11. Two now
sugar packets will shortly bo added to
tho Hawaiian fleet as carriers for
Alexander & Baldwin. Tho bark Wal
lace B. Fink, now loading at Now York
for Honolulu, will on her arrival there
be turned over to her now owners
and will bring a cargo of sugar here.
Tho ship Emilo F. Whitney Is another
recent acquisition of Alexander &
Baldwin. Sho Is now at Manila, but
will go in ballast from there to Hono
lulu to load sugar for this port.
Vessels For Islands.
The ship St. Frances began loading
at San Francisco for Honolulu, Feb. IB
and was to leave a week later. Tho
Alice Cooko, Diamond Head, Fort
George and Mohican wero all on the
boards to load for this port and tho
Martha Davis and Annie Johnson for
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 cenU per
Tor aJJItlunal Shipping News lee seventh page
Wcnthcr Bureau, I'unnhou, Feb. 27.
Tunpernturo Morning mlulmmn,
07; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.07. Steady.
Dow 1'olnt 08 Fj
Humidity nt 9 a. in. C7 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
27. Weather hazy; wind NE.
Monday, Feb. 2G.
Haw. bk. Star of Bengal, Henderson,
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Kaana
pall. Tuesday, Fob.'27.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, I'edcrsen, from
Kauai; 5,142 bags sugar.
Saturday, Feb. 24.
Bk. Alex. McNeil, Jorgcnsen, for tho
Bkt. Skagit, Robinson, for Port
Monday, Feb. 26.
Am. schr. Defiance, Blom, for tho
Br. sp. Hollywood, Macnulay, for the
Stmr. James Makec, Green, for Ka
pan. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Lchua, Dower, for Knnunkn
knl, Knmalo, Olowalu, Maunalcl and
Knlaupapa, at G p. m.
Stmr. Hclenc, for Mahukonn, Ha
knlau, Honomu, Pcpcekco, Ooknla,
Papalkou, Paauhau, Hllo, Kuknlau and
Laupahochoo nt 5 p. m. (Freight for
Hllo at shipper's risk.)
Knunl From Konnnpnli.
Tho Kauai sailed from this port
February 23 with 7,100 bags of Hana
mauln (Kauai) sugar for tho bark C. D.
Bryant. She discharged this into tho
vessel and returned to port Inst even
ing. Tho Kauai reports 17,000 bags of
sugar already aboard tho Bryant. It
Is expected that this vessel will sail
for San Francisco tho latter part of
tho week. There were 9,000 bags of su
gar at Pioneer Mill.
Mlkahaln From Kuunl.
Tho Mlkahala camo In from Knual
ports this morning. Her purser io
ports as follows: "Tho Wnlalcale was
to leao for Makaweli Tuesday to load
freight from tho Charles Nelson for
Kapaa. Tho W. G. Hall was at Koloa
Monday, taking on sugar for tho Char
les Nelson. Tho Edward May was still
at Makaweli awaiting sugar. Llhuo
plantation will start grinding again
Iwalani (op Hllo.
It Is very probablo that tho Iualnnl
will sail for linmakua and Hllo tomor
row afternoon. She will tago a cargo
of provisions for tho ports of tho for
mer place and, completing tho dis
charge of this, will sail for Hilo,
there, to remain for three weeks of a
month to assist in loading with sugar,
vessels for San Francisco.
Five Japancso got past tho lines yes
terday and camo from Walmanalo to
Honolulu. They wero Immediately ar
rested on tho charge of violating
Board of Health regulations and their
cases camo up In the Pollco Court this
forenoon but woro continued until to
News ol the Transporttt.
San Francisco, Feb. 14. Tho horse
ship Leelanaw pulled out from Folsom
wharf Inst night and sailed for Hllo
and Manila with her horses and mules.
Hereafter, tinnsports from San Fran
cisco for Manila will sail regularly on
the 1st and luth or each month.
American Mllltla Force.
Washington, Feb. C Secretary Root
has sent to Congress an abstract of
tho mbllltia forco of tho United States.
It shows tho total numbor of men
nvallablo for military duty, but un
oiganizcd, ns 10,343,150 nnd an aggre
gate organized strength of 10C.339.
The funeral of the late Solly Walter will
take place on Wednesday, the 28th Inst.,
at 3:30 p. m., at the Nuuanu Cemetery.
Rev. Alexinder Mackintosh will conduct
thescivlces. Friends and acquaintances
are thus notified. 1466-it
Card ol Thanks.
The Chinese recently released from the
Kerosene Warehouse Camp desire to ex
press their appreciation of the kindness
shown them by Messrs Atkinson, Dr.
Bowman, Mr. Smithies, and their assist
ants. Had we been In our own home the
attention to our comforts could not have
been more satisfactory.
MW3I IHb UHlNfcSt;.
M. B. C.
Tho Regular Annual Mcotlng of the
Myrtle Doat Club will bo hold WED
NESDAY EVENING, February 28,
1900, at 7:30 o'clock. Election of Offi
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 7 of io per cent on the assessable stock
of the KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., Is due
and payable February 2, 1000.
F. W. McCHESNEY,.
Honolulu Feb. 1, 1900, 1466-tf
i 33 Queen Street
On WEDNESDAY, Eob. 28
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
At mv salMrnnm. u ntinrttv I mill
sell at Public Auction
A LOT OP IOIIRMAI; AMn nAV
DINING CHAIRS, BUREAUS.
A PINP IDT OP I Al-iicci AMn
GENTS' SHOES, slightly damaged by
J AS. F. MORGAS,
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 pattern?.
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
PACIFIC IMPORT CO "
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
WEEK OF FBB. 20
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 arfd Melody.
Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby riven to the Share
holders of the above company that the
sixth Assessment of 10 per cent or f 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. 19, 1000. 1459-8!
The Hawaiian-Chinese News Is the only
Chinese paper In Honolulu that was not
burned out by the fite of January 20th.
During the quarantine period permission
was obtained from the Board of Health to
Issue after proper fumigation. The many
patrons of the pa;er are Informed that
business Is going on as usual. 14G4.WI
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, King Street Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or night,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. M&tff