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THE EV1NINO BrLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., FBIDAY, MAUOH 2, 1000.
THE LATEST POPULAR SONG HITS!
"1 PromlHiMl I'd Protect Her nnd I
At sunt; by the Rreit .inJ only listen Mora, anJ otlior lc.1JI.11; American lingers.
Corrpanlnn Sung lo "localise "
"1 l.ovc You Yet."
Tt latcs ballaJ Mtcce. by tlie l.unmn author anJ composer ol "GencvKe,"
as Ming by .Mis Ma? Marsh (Snub tt's So; rano Soloist )
MSlic Him Left the Old Love For the New."
HurJI llartram's bli lilt In "The tX'iner txpresi."
"I'll Keep My Promise to You."
The latest New York craie.
'The St. Louts" Munch nnd Two-Step,
As plaeJ b leading American b.mjj. (rranr;ej as piano solo) ,
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yf VI I I - Ilrrn WZ,m buslu.ss (at a markeJ aivaritiico to yourself) e
VJrUWini-f VI Wwni you the above songs postralJ to any
JJrrss In the United States, Canada, Mexico,
THIKTVOIVti CI NTS (tlher) or the entire collection
tiro coirpnltlons It purchased from any one but the
If vnu have anv doubt repardlnt? the genuineness
o guarantee express charges and we will send the music
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
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IMS BRAND IS SIMPIV OWING
TO THE OATS BEIN6 MASTED.
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Benton's Boiler Compound
Is getting into use more and more every day.
It is Indisputably the best, its use saves repair bills, its
uses saves fuel, it contains no oil or acid.
. A quart daily for a Co h.p. boiler will produce wonderful
It will pay you to try a barrel of this.lget it at once, trom
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kin or Sts.
This reoiKnleJ authority In all matters
of sutUtLal .ml Eener.il information per
taininp; lo the political, commercial, eJucv
tioiul and social progress of Hawaii, is
now rraJy, anJ may be lud at all the
The present lsue Is aJmltleJ -by critic
to be fully up to the standard of excellence
It haN so loni; cnioyeJ, aiU for it handy
reference value should be In every home
anJ ortice throughout the land.
Price 73 cents cuch. or mailed i
abroad to any aJ.ress for 85 cts. per copy. .
TIIOS. G. THRUM,
Compile! nnd Publisher1.
Hop Wo & Co.
CRASH, WH.TE DUCK
AND KHAKI SUITS
At Lowest Prices
Satisfaction Guaranteed . .
Alalia Block, Fort M. HonoUlu, H. I,
GEO. H. PARIS
HIS REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL
Merchant St., nr Fort,
and next to the Falrbanks'Vo se Gasoline
Englr.e Depot Is the place now.
15 St Author.
Cuba, Porto Klco or the Ph lllpplnes upon receipt (
sent postpaid tor ONE DOLLAR, the price of any
Ice of a
nf this unprecedented offer send us t cents Ulltirl
C. O. D. with privilege of examination. Address
ST. LOUIS MO.
Mars on Campbill. L-q., lus ths day
been appointeJ Rail Superv sor for the
District of Honolulu, NnnJ of Oahu,
vice John OuJerklrk, reslKneJ.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Mircli t, iom.
14 1 (t
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Dry Goods As
sociation nt the store, No. 420 Fort
8trcet, on Saturday, March' 10th nt 3
o'clock sharp to discuss somo Import-
Hy order of tho Hoard of Directors,
UDWARD II. HANAI'I.
OLaA SUGAR CO. LTD
or 53 wnt, wr shjKi on 0rf fc
JP''ve mentioned lOtnpa y, was one Jan
The SIXTH Aesment nf 2J percent
or 50 cents per Nhare, on the stock of the
ab ive ineiitlnned companv, was due Feb
ruirv 1st. and will be d llnquent on the
jiM uuy ui oiarcn, tt;oo.
TheSEVFNTH Aessment of 2', per
cent or 50 cents rer srare, on the stock of
the- above mentioned c mpany, Is due
TO DAY, MARCH it, looi.
All of the above ar payable at the
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, dudd
JAS. B. CASTLE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, March 1, 1000. 14'8-iw
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A K. OZAWA. Manager.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tempprary Office: Room 1 upstairs Sprecktls bullJ
Irg. Ttl 44.
Is now located with C. Grotte, tanor,
..SJS,V WTT?- ICJW
m3 C .L wiltf
XJWl;flMC 13 i5V
titflnt rstrrhofr; lo ettitt ittvti.1 tnt
iv ,feHtuuetkaiiJioctnliamimtt Itinttbi
tiafttt aiwriirnr tytroltirttf tbt ptnpli nt '1onliut
TO LET- ritRNISIItl) ROOM TO LET nauks
' Litim Sq iare t.fv
I O W NT i ire. well lornl h-J HON T Ui.OW
' Mn It pro it with b arJ, suitable tor rnuple
Anrly s llmmr )? llotrl street i.ftS -w
O LI T-A tiw l(i K)U , sincle and en suite are
1 at pr sent vacant at the Quen Hotel. Nuuanit
S'reet, at teas nable rent. u6r-im
TO LHT Th-resld-nce ot John Ki.a at Walklkl,
furrlsh d or unfurnlshrd Large arj and
house, ba'n and staples To let as a hnle rr In
part T r further particular., a pi to JOHN bNA
all I. S N io.'s office. Qaeen street. ta6alf
rilh ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
1 rooms and attendance In city. 1111
ANTI t)-firt.ctassSUfiRnoiLtR Please
apply to H. HALKFcLD & CO. l6S-)t
AN FXPEIIIENv-ED NURSF (best references)
WANTS A OMTION by the wtek or m-.nth
Terms very reasonable Address NURSL-, this office.
iANIED An lixpenenced Housekerper to do
g mra ho isworM and take care uf children,
Addrfs X, ih s office. u6stw
lANTrii C rTTAUE (or n-w v married
vv c uple, will pay g nd reit, (urnlthed or un-
WANTEO-FIVE MESSENGER BOVS at once,
American Messenger Strvlce, Hotel and A a
kea streets. nig
VXANrED-N. F, BUKGESS does all kinds ot
vv small repairing, Lswn Movers and Garden
lii.se, are speciames. Lawn mowrswui r can
ed for, by ringing up a. Also a lew for rent
t'ensacnta street i4Q-tr
IWANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
' vy a nna carper tor ijicnn iin.jcrrai
6tqK Fort street, opp Club Stabtes iioq-H
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St.,
prnslte L II. Dee, Esq.
Inquire of ti. E.
FOR SALE Jteoo.
LOT In best portion ol Kalihl
No. o Fort street.
COR SALR-Cholce POTTFD PLANTS ..r sale
1 next door to Mr. J. II. B"Vd's Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE $050. LOT at Kalihl on main street,
No. 1 o ort s reel.
FOR SALE $1400. Leas- ol Cottage centrally.
90 sears to rtn. Ground rent Sia rer monn.
WILLIAM SAV IKif,
No jio Tort street.
-,.. ctr . -a .., r' ili- t
I back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at ,
in all parts of THE
DyJ. M. Vivas. ii8 1
' SSSS I
-.-. rrii-k t-w a sr-r-
JN XJ Af 1 O-1 1 Pi J '
KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
The attenthn of Stockholders of the
above Company Is called to .he fact that Jft" ThuTas contained" Buh
the Filth AsSHSsment was due on the 1st stantinlly tho samo story as nppearcd
nay or januarv, loco, and was delinquent
on Nbruary 28th, 1900. I
The SIXTH ASSESSMENT of 10 per' An V.loy' . . cplr 0I l.no s.t0e- upon
,.n ..i.n.,.!,,,. ,1,. u.,. ' reaching tho place ho ordered the stnro
cent, or 5s per share, on the above men- ,ockcil u nnJd thcn 8tood guard lmU,
tinned stock, Is due on the 1st day of someone else arrived, when ho went
Mir.h, 1900, nn J piy.thle at the office of ,nwny to telcphono to tho Doard of
Alexander & Baldwin, Judd building,
J. P. COOKE,
rreac. Kllui Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 1, looo. 1 4(39-1 w
Done in Crayon or
...Pictures FrjmeJ In aiy MyU.
...Framed Pictures for sale.
King un I. Ahipai Ntieets
i'ar nonoiuiu aiocK rarus.
McBpyde isutii' Ci. , Ltd.
Notice Is hereby g v.-n tint the Sixth
Asesmtnt of live 1 5) per cmt (J1.00 per
share levied on the -s-essible stock of
ti,,. UrKimiF siipmj m 1 i-M 1
tneMcHKYUfc bUGAK CO., 1. 1 D.. Is
due on March 15th, 1000, and will be de-
linqueut on April i, 1000. Stockholders
will I'lruse make prompt payment at the
office of Theo. H. I i.wles & Co., I td.
By order of the diiectors.
'IHOS. MAIN WALKER,
Treas. McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd
Honolulu, Feb. so tyoo,
1M 01 H'll-Yii Colli
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lincashlre lnur,ince Co.
1 he B dole Insurance Co.
Union Gas Ertdne t'.n.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come acoss some very curious "bn.iding nTwe o?tS
and beailtl'Ul fn latrlv Which destroyed by fire,
are bei IT tfan.tvd bv KING . Tho application of T. Ota. n graduate
ddi? h' P1"."-" l.v ";- from ono of tho medlcnl colleges In
bK )b. dill1' A VerV peculiar I Japan, for a license to practlco medl-
crab is on view in KING1finc,vftt81rcfcr.r.?d Xo. tno Minister of
I ? n A Inritrln irlV A.nl.1.
BROS, window, Hotel street,
I or additional Shipping News see seventn paje.
Weather Uurcau, I'unnlioii, March 2.
'lcinpcintiiro Morning minimum,
CO; lAlulday maxlmtiin, 77.
barumctir nt tt a. m. 30.01. Falling.
Dew l-oliit LOF.
litiiulility at 'J a. m. C3 per cent.
Dlamund Head Signal Station, March
2. Weather hazy; wind fresh NK.
Thursday, March 1.
II r. sp. Onaniplon, Jonts, for Hoyal
Koada in ballaat,
IlUt. Arago, l'crry, for Astoria, In
Schr. Okanogan, Rcusch, In ballast
for tho Sound.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Kauai
Stmr. Walalcalo, Gregory, for Kauai
Stmr. Nocau, Wyman, for Kauai
Haw. hk. H. P. Itlthct, McPhall, for
From Kauai, per stmr, W. O. Hall,
Mar. 2. W. H. Dabbit, J. Anderson nnd
J. C. Card.
Friday, March 2.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai ports; C.500 bags of sugar and
1 well boring outfit.
HEALTH BOARD MEETING
At tho regular meeting of tho Board
of Health yesterday afternoon there
were present tho following: President
Wood, Dr. Day, Oco. W. Smith, F. J.
Lowrcy, F. M. Hatch and Dr. Emerson.
Minutes of tho previous meeting read
tenrcsentatlvo of tho Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co. presented
a petition which was read by President
Wood. Tho company asks to bo allow
ed to putup a carrlago repository on
Queen street, opposlto tho Judiciary
building and very near tho placo where
Osmcr, tho uorman, died, supposedly
Tho representative of tho company
otn(n) thn( n witf lion I t r ttrntit r n r I ti .
stated that n refusal to grant permls-
8lon to put up tho building would Fe-
rlouBly hitndlcnp tho company nnd, hf-
tcr n member or two had remarked on
tho matter, ho stated that tho German
was nor. n certain case 01 piague. 1110
Board did not feel llko answering just
then and took tho matter under ad
visement. l'resldcnt Wood brought up tho mat
ter of Yong Look, tho Walklkl suspect'
from Ah Sam's fruit store. A full nnd
m sat sractory report from tho in-
In the Hullctin yesterday afternoon,
Mr. Uoyd was called In tho morning by
Dr. Vood stated that ho had seen
tho Chinaman at tho pest houso. Ho
was unconscious, had a high fovcr ana
n dry tongue. There was a swelling
In tho right femoral region but this
had not developed Into n, well dcllncd
bubo. There was also a swelling In
tho left femoral region.
The children of tho sick Chinaman
stated Hint thoy went Into tho Kalihl
detention camp nt tho tlmo of thu big
fire of January 20 and that they re
mained thcro until Friday uftcrnoon ot
last week. Previous to going to Ka
lihl, they had lived on-Pauahl street.
AisUctl as to tho length of time tho
family had been In quarantine at ICn
llhl ono of the girls, who speaks Eng
lish well, stated that the qtiarnntlno
began after they had been given thplr
hot water baths. At that time, their
old clothes wtro taken away from lliLm
and they were given now ones. Their
old clothes wero returned nftcr they
had undergone thorough fumigation.
Absolutely nothing old hut their
clothes was brought from tho camp
with Yong Look and his family. They
had n few cooking utensils but thesn
,ul'1 "" llPcn lven ll,cm nt tho camp,
. I'rcsliltnt Wood said ho was nt a
loss to know Just how tho man heeamo
infccteil. 11 was-lmposslhlo to say how
tho man hud becomo Infected. Tho
nannl period of Incubation Is from two
t. fol,r (la's- Tllc "lnn 1,il(1 b-on llwav
r.nln ,.n ... .. rn .lr.i .Ina.n .. m .1 ........
11.111 t-tililjr 1111 11VU lljlja Ullll 1U WlJlllU
have taken tho Infection oittiilih.
Tho house In which tho Chinaman
was taken s.cit nt Walklkl Is isolated
and Is a very clean place. Only fruit
nni' cnnnei Roods had been sold there.
1 It nuillll uu 11UIU IU HilLU uuy 111IUC-
tlon In the store. Tho only placo stop
ped nt on tho way from tho camp to
Walklkl was at tho store on tho cor
ner of tho road leading to tho camp
nnd King street. Soda and cakes wero
Just hero President Wood referred to
tho case of Keo Mung nnd stntcd that
the house in Kalihl In which ho Is sun-
posed to have stayed for somo days,
Keo Mung's son hail been found thcro
and corrnled with other Chinamen.
Tho assistant llsh Insncctor nt tho
maiket had furnished tho Citizens'
Sanitary Committeo with vnluablo
Information regarding the whereabouts
of Keo Mung before being taken sick.
He knows all tho Chlnnmen associated
with the victim In tho fish business and
the rooms In which ench one lived.
On motion of Mr. Hatch the building
In llfll I tit Itn IfiiHr. .1 1 n,l .... .1 at 1.
AUU tiOiSEER AND
i 33 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
in? 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 Tafhtta Wash Materials, entirely new.
By last Australia we received lirge invoices of new goods
in evey department, which are now opened up for inspection1.
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
pa'terns. We have the same from 25c up
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLIGH, Manager,
WEEK OF FEB. 26
Complete Change of Program,
Full Strenglh 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
Kllui Plantation Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby clven to the Share-
holders of the above company that the
Sixth Assessmei t of 10 per cent or $5.00
per share, will be due and mvable at the
office ot Alexander & Baldwin on the 1st
Jay of March, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu. Feb. 10. looo. !45Q-8t
The Hawaiian-Chinese News Is the only
Chinese paper In Honolulu that was not
bu-ntd out by the fne of January 20th.
During the quarantine period permission
was obtained from the Board of Health to
Issue after proper fumigation. The many
patrons ol the pa er are Informed that
business Is going on as uul. 1464.WI
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, King Street Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or nlitht,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-tf