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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SA.TUIIDAY, MAUOH 3, 1900.
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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 6o h.p. boiler will producewonderful
It will pay you to try a barrel of thls.lget it at once, from
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Go. Fort and Kino: Sts. N
Thcro will be a meeting of tho stock
holder of the Hawaiian Dry Goods As
sociation nt tlio store, No. 420 Fort
street, on Saturday, March 10th at 3
o'clock sharp to discuss somo import
By order of tho Board of Directors,
EDWARD R. HANAPI,
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.
The FIFTH Assessment of )i per cent
or 50 cents per share, on the stock of the
above mentioned company, was due Jan
uary ist, 1900, and delinquent Tebrujry
The SIXTH Assessment of i per cent
or5o cents per iare, on me skk "" I
aboe mentioned companv, was due reb
ru.Tv 1st. and will be delinquent on me
3ist day of iMarch, IOOO.
TheSPVFNTH Awssment nf 5' nrr
cent or 50 cents rer share, on the stock of
the above mentioned cmruny, is due
TO UAY, MAKtH 1st, loco.
All of the nbnve nrf? n.iv.iblr at the
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd
JAS. D. CASTLE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, March t, 1990. ij8-iw
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HOrl 111 II
The Lincishlre Insurance Co.
1 he Udnlse Insurance Co.
Vlnn 0',c Fi pipe f"n.
Domestic Sewing Atachlne, Etc.
FOR, 1900, 1
This recoKiilzeJ authority in all matters
. , , .
of statistical and general information per
tatnlng 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 critics
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 each, or mailed
broad to any address for 85 cts. per copy.
TII08.G. THRUM, I
r463W. Compiler and Publisher.
Fish Inspector Berndt has1
come aenss some very curious
and beaiUltUl tl.sh lately WhlCh
are bei ,g pau.ivd by KING
BROS. artiV A very peculiar
Crab !'5 On view in KING
BROS. Window, Hotel Street.
VWtfi. in ttutotumn utu fit mutuj f ft.rri.
" thniftil tnurlton; lo ttntl ucomj mm
tlol lOltntia uttkjuj fo ttnli a moHtt. 111111.
cbtaftlt iJvtrtiunr tvtr ojftrtj Ibt ptofll of Honolulu.
i ANTED Gtnrral Acenl; only rooJ gasoline
lamp nn market, reajy seller. bsl 'ermi, easily
llghtej Ihrromes competition. I'e'l 91 Limp Co ,
too Uailvay hnchange IIIJr., M Louis. Mo, 1470
MAN. ImporteJ rood onlv. (lor adv.ttlslrr.
purpoes) over xo choice eslgns, Hangers, I'aorli,
Cut-outs, etc , Impnttr4 direct by us The mol al
tractive a,iJ rett selling line on the market AJUress
wl'h references, s'a'lnj; experience ALG C!ST
UANK-NOTE AND Ll I HO CO , St. Louis. Mo.
ANTF D- first-claw SUGAR POILER Please
apply to II. IIAt-Kr-tLU & CO. u63-)l
AN EXPERIENCED NURSh" (rest references)
rt WANTS A POhlTIO.N by the wrtk or m mtn
Terms very reasonable Address NURSb, this office.
tw ANTED-An Exrr,enJ HuuMkcrtr in do
vv K.nfrai ho is.-ork nj ui caie of children.
, wmnw. .is-iw
IWANUJ-a. CjrTAOE fur nwv nunU
" c uple. will pav k oj int. luml-h-J ur un-
'"rnlsheJ Apply Al M .Ms office 1461-1
uanteo - five messi nglr hoys at once.
v Arlcan Atessenger S.rvlce.lloel anJAa-
WANTED-N F. nUXOL'SS J,,j all kinds of
.T maU 'epalrl.ne. Lswn Mo-ers and C.arden
nose, are SKrciaiiies. Lawn Mnw.rs will be call
ei for, by riming up axj
Also a tew for rent
WANTED Mrn to know that they can Ket havcd
by awhile barber lor 15 len.s at II. Jhhl-S.
6loV Tori street, opp Cluh Stables ikju-II
I TO LET.
PR RENT t HOUSE on Klnau street, at present
occupied by Mr, McClantnan
M7-tt G. K BORDMAN.
I TO RTNT Large, well fnrnlih'd cRONr ROOM
Mosqult 1 prool with b ard, suitable lor couple.
Apply M s Hammer. n Hotel street .6S w
TO Ll-T-A Irw ROOM-., slneleand en suite are
at present vacant at the Ouem llulel
street, at reasonable rent
T ICT The residence nf John Ena at Walklkl.
1 u,rsh d or unfurnished LarKe yarj and
house, barn and stanle To let as a whole or In
port Fur further particular,, a rl In JOHV I NA
ail 13 n i.o.s umce.v "en street
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSfc, Fort St first
' rooms and attendance In city ijt
1 COR SALb-TWO CoTTAGts on You si.,
' npnnll L II. De, Esq Inquhe 11I h.
DOARDMAN. , 464.1t
COR SALE-$icoo. LOT In be.t prntlon of Kallhl
No o fort s'reet.
RR SALE-Chnlce POTTFD PLANTS
next door to Mr. J, II. R vd's Walklkl Ru,
FOR SALE-$9SOi LOT at Kallhl on main sireet,
slie 75x150. Applv In
WILLIAM SAV DGE,
no. j o ort reel
cor sale-$i4. Leas, of Conaice cemraiiy.
so years to run. Ground rent &u per mon'h.
Apply to WILLIAM SAV DGF
I44J No 110 Fori sire t.
FOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J, M. ViVAS. i)j
GEO. H. PARIS
ms REAL ESTATE Am GfNERAL
Merchant St., nr. Fort,
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and next to the Fabbanks-Ylo-se Gasoline
Er)gne Depot Is the place now.
Mnrslnn Camnhcll. F?sn.. hn fli H.iu
b.en appoInted rRoai sJperv.sor for the
District of Honolulu, Is and of Oahu,
vice John Ouderklrk, resigned.
IHnff Minister of the Interior.
'"terlor Office, March, ,,900.
HEALTH BOARD MEETING
At n meeting of tho Uoanl of Health
jestculny iittuinoon tliuro wcro piu
cnt tho following: l'lcsldtnt Wood,
Dr. Day, llto. W. Smith, i. M, ll.ttoli,
1'. J. Lowrty nnd Dr. L.uieisn. Mui
ulcu of the pielous mcttiiu, icail ami
the 111 st matter brought up by Dr.
Wood was tho Kee Jlung enso of ltleli
aids street. Reports of vniiuus people,
including Inspector A. A. Wilder, wcio
ixiul. It was piovLtl that Kco Mung
hnd taken sick In n houso on a ilco
plantation near Judgo Wilcox's pluco
In Kallhl. Slncu this was tho ens?,
tho Uoanl unanimously voted that tho
placo be burned.
Tho next matter dwelt upon wns tho
ensa of Yung Look, tho Wnikikl Chlun
nian fouud In Ah Sam's fruit store.
President Wood explained that Dr.
HoRmnn had not pronounced this a
case of plague. Tho man was dying
and it might bo a good thing to pass u
provisional motion consigning tho
Walklkl houso to tho flames In caso
tho diagnosis should turn out to bo
President Wood next spoko of tho
case of Herman Levy, tho Hawaiian
hotel clerk. Tho details of tho young
man's Illness wero glvcu substantially
as those contained In tho Bulletin's
report yesterday. Tho symptoms In his
caso appeared very much Ilka tuoso of
tho pneumonic form of plugue. Such
cases wcro almost Impossible of diag
nosis. President Wood having finished his
summary of the caso, the Board enter
ed Into a discussion on the guests at
the Hawaiian hotel, somo thlity-sovcn
In all. President Wood reported that
qulto a number of these had attempted
In tho morning to got permits for re
moval to other part of Honolulu, but
thtso had been refused.
The Board Anally decided that tho
guests at the hotel bo Instructed not
to chango their placo of lcsldeuco and
that they bo examined twicu dully for
fifteen days by a physician of tho
Board of Health.
Naturally following this discussion,
came tho question of tho disposition of
tho scrvuuts of tho hotel, 'the Board
voted that theso bo placed in quaran
tine unless they can furnish satisfac
tory urauiunco that they will remain
on tho premises until further orders.
Tho following communication was
read by President Wood:
Honolulu, H. I., Match 2d, 1900.
Dr. C. U. Wood, Piesltlent of tho Board
of Health, Honolulu.
Sir: 1 have examined tho fencing
built by Mr. Russell since ho has mado
certain changes in tho samo us suggest
ed by my report to you, and 1 Hnd that
with tho exception of having nbout
one-half of tho posts placed at a great
er distance apart than called for In tho
spcclilcatlons, otherwise tho fenco Is
now practically as specified.
In view of tho fact that theso posts
nro not set as specified and thercforo
tho fenco Is not as strong, I would sug
gest that Mr. Russell obllgato himself
to keep this fenco In repair for ono
year, unless the samo be removed by
your oreds. I cncloso a bond for this
Mr. Russell claims that yourself or
somo member of tho Bu.ml has assur
ed him that the fence nround Block
19 will soon bo removed and that ho
need not cut off tho tops of tho boards
as required on other fences.
It this fenco Is satisfactory, then I
would recommend that Mr. Russell bo
paid for tho fencing ns per contract,
he tiling tho bond with satisfactory
surety bsforo payment Is made. A
Government suneyor should measure
tho amount of tho fencing If this has
not already been done.
Signed 0. II. RIPLIuY.
Tho suggestions of Mr. Ripley wore
At about this timo (3:15 p. m.) a
telephone message camo from tho
plagtto hospital announcing tho death
of Yong Look.
I he committee- on shipping reported
progress and asked for futher time.
II. M. von Holt appealed before tho
Board nnd asked that two families bo
allowed to go Into quarantine- at Pu-
Kukl. (J ranted.
The Orplu-iim Cafe.
Tho need of a well equipped, up-to-dato
lestauiitnt has long been a crying
want In Honolulu. Many futile at
tempts have been mado to )old the
large public trade that only nwatts n
sucLCKsfitl restaurateur. Tho Orphcum
Cafe which makes its first opening this
evening, has Introduced many Im
provements which should nttract pub
lic favor. Spacious premises, whlto
waiters, a lengthy bill of faio. both a
la carte and regular course meals, last
but not leust, two French chefs; aro
nmong the bids for favor. There aro
compartments for all kinds and condi
tions of men. Private parties largo
and small from tho after theater sup
per or two to the family of twelve nil
can bo accommodated. Absolutely tho
best the market affoids will only be
used nnd In view of the late troublo
no Asiatics will be employed. Tho Or
phcum Cafe undoubtedly has n largo
Held and seems to be determined to
lose no efforts to securo the patronngo
of tho public at largo.
Sunday Afternoon Concert.
Tho band will piny the following se
lections at a concert on Makce Island
at tho usual timo Sunday afternoon:
Overture "Zampa" Ilerold
Ballad "Good Night" Kucken
Gavotte "Bremen" Stelnhttiser
Grand Selection "II Trovatoro". Verdi
Potpourri "Popular Ballads". Kappey
Wedding March Mendelssohn
Melody "Alice, Whero Art Thou"
Overture "Fra Dlavolo" Auber
"The Star Spangled Banner."
for additional Shipping News see sever th pi lie.
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, March 3.
- Tcmpenituro Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 80.
BaioniLter nt 9 n. m. 30.01, Irregular.
Dew Point C1P.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 01 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
3. Weather hnzy; wind light NE.
Monnluu off Walklkl.
8u"ii'ilay, March 3.
Stmr. Maul, from Hawaii and Maul.
Htmr. Mikahala, Pcdcrscn, from Ahu
I'lnl; COCO bags sugar.
f'tmr. Nocau, Wyman, from Hnna-li-ulu:
2340 bags sugar for H. Hack
Stmr. James Makoc, Green, from
Hnuimtulu; 2 1 GO bags sugar for 11.
HuckMii & Co.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Houdlctte, from
Friday, March 2.
Am. schr unma Claudlnn, Nelson,
for Mahuko. a, to load for San Fran
cisco, Sitiiritay, March It.
O. S. S. Mariposa. Houdlctto, for San
GREATLY INCREASED TRADE
The acting mayor of Auckland, N. Z.,
lntcly entertained Commander Tlllcy
and odlccrs of tho U. S. transport Abar
enda with a drlvo to a touriu's route.
Commnndcr Tlllcy, In rcspc:re to tho
toast, "Our Guests," made n speech
of warm International friendship,
U. S. Consul Dillingham, responding
to the samo toast, said that tho estab
lishment by tno Government of United
States of a coaling station at Pago, and
tho equipment of tho same, meant
much to Auckland tho colony of New
Zealand, more, perhaps, than the pco
plo of New Zealand realized at tho
present time. It meant, eventually, at
least, a greatly Incrcnscd trade, with
the States, which had been growing
enormously during tho past decade nnd
noro particularly during the past three
years, tho Imports from and tho ex
ports to America having, during tho
latter period, almost, If not quite,
doubled. Mr. Dillingham gavo figures
of tho Increasing trndo and predicted
still greater Intercourse. Then, In
connection with the coaling station be
fore referred to, ho desired to Impress
upon Now Zcalandcrs the Importance
of having a better mall service be
tween this colony and San Francisco.
Admitting, as ho did, tho loyalty of
Aucklandcrs to tho San Francisco ser
vice, ho was bound to say that thoro
was altogether too much apathy shown
in the matter of securing a better and
faster service. His friend, Mr. John D.
Sprcckcls, of tho Oceanic Steamship
Company, n business man of many
years standing, was ready, nnd had
been ready for years past, to glvo Now
Zealand ns good a service as could bo
found In tho Atlantic trade, provided
New Zealand would meet him half way.
If they gave Mr. Spreckcls n good sub
sidy, n good contract, covering cither
flvo or seven years, ho will glvo In re
turn n service that would bring to the
beautiful colony of New Zealand thou
sands of Americans, who had wearied
of tho hackneyed routes of Europe, nnd
once diverted to this wonderland this
trado would means thousands of
pound3 to New Zealand annually.
Captain Pcattlo rounded up somo of
his newly signed men In tno quarantin
ed block yestcrdny afternoon and to
day ho has his full crew aboard. Tho
Invcrncss-shlro will sail for tho Sound
Now York, Fob. 21. Benjamin
Wood, proprietor of tho New York
Dally News died today at tho Fifth
Avenue Hotel, where ho had been 111
for somo time.
Notice Is hereby given thit upon Thurs
day, March 8ih, A. D. lyoo, at lo o'clock
a. in. a iury duly drawn and subpnrpaed
"In re Extrntlon and Opening of Pau.ihl
Street from Nuuanu St eet to Fort Street,"
will meet at the office of the Marshal, In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and thence ad
journ to the He of the proposed roadway,
therr to Inspect and examine such locdi'y
and ascertain all facts as may have a
bearing on the matter.
All persons In any way whatsoever
concerned In the above nrnMoned 'mprove-
ment are therefore notlfi-d to be present at
such tine and place, tnere to be heard by
the jury in relation to the pioposed Im
provement. A. M. BROWN,
Mirshtl R .-public ol Hawaii.
Honolulu, Miirch i, iqoo. '47-3t
Real : Estate : Agent,
No. 9 bethel St, near P.O.
I have In trade exchange, with payment
to boot, cash, a nice town rrorertv Ith
a gooe" vearlv Inoime. Party wants to
iraae in lana in any part ot the Hawaiian
Please send me your order.
-33 Queen Street
Delinquent - Stock.
WEDNESDAY, March 14.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen street,
Honolulu, will sell at Public Auction,
by order of the Treasurer, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, tno following certificates of
stociC In the Palaraa Co-operativo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with interest thereon,
Is paid before tho day of sale:
No. No. of No. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Sharoi.
67 1 89 2
71 2 90 2
72 1 91 t
74 1 PJ 1
75 2 94 2
76 2 95 4
77 1 90 2
78 2 07 t
83 t 98 2
81 I 99 1
82 2 ICO I
8) 1 101 2
84 I 102 1
8? I 10) 1
86 2 106 1
Also the following Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the seco id
assessment, with Interest theieon, Is paid
belure the day ol sale:
No. No. of No. Nn. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Shares.
40 i 54 1
41 1 55 1
42 1 56 1
43 I 57 2
44 4 58 I
45 2 59 2
40 1 60 1
47 I 6t 1
48 I 62 1
49 1 6 1
50 1 64 1
51 I 65 4
52 I 06 1
53 2 .. ..
JAS. F. MORGA M,
Pacific Import Co.
Ladies', Misses' and
Childrens' . . .
10 per cent, discount on all CASH
PURCHASES in that depart
ment. Fop 10 days only.
REMNANT . SALE
in all departments.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
WEEK OF FEB. 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 and Melody.
KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
The altentl n of Stockholders of the
above Company Is called to the fact that
the Filth Assessment was due on the 1st
clay of January, 1900, and was delinquent
on Februiry 28th, 1900.
The SIXTH ASSESSMENI" of 10 per
cent, or J 5 per share, on the above men
tioned stock, is due on the tst day of
March, 1900, and pjyable at the office of
Alexander & Baldwin, Judd building.
J. P. COOKE,
Treas. Kilul Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 1, 1900. I469iw
The Hawaiian-Chinese News Is the only
Chinese paper In Honolulu that was nql
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 oi the pa.er are Informed tha
business Is going on as usual. 1464.WI
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