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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULLV H. I., MONDAY, MAHOH 5, 1000.
Is getting into use more ami more every day,
It is indisputably tlie best, its use saves repair bills, its
uses v.uvs fuel, it contains no oil or acid.
A iiiart daily f r a 6o h.p. boiler will, produce wonderful
It will pa ou t try a barrel of this.lget it at once, from
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. ITort arid Kins: Sts.
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of ihs BoarJ of Directors of the
Olaa ugar Co., I am dlrecteJ to offer for
sa'e at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
F. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on SaturJay, at 12 o'clock noon,
the 31st day of March, 1900, provided the
assessments with Interest are not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, JuJd building.
Cert. Nam. Shares.
j Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
6 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
ic Wood, J. Q. (trusteet 100
n Wood, J. 0. (trustee) 100
13 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
21 Wd'aRiMrt, Jnc 50
26-Jlldd, C. H 100
34 Jaeger, C. J 50
66 Sjuthwlck, T. S 100
12? 'lolloway. J. F 15
307 Wilcox, W.L 50
737 D.wter, Mrs. S. L 100
ijE Smith, A. H 500
258 -arley, J. K 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
26SGoodacre. Geo 25
70Goodacre, Geo 25
120-Edlncs. W. S ii
341-Averdam, Capt 17
1S7 Arendt, J. H 8
407-La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, II. A 33
4;S-Hall, J. R 77
4SC.--JUII111?, fc. t 33 45
4S9 Averdam, Miss Henny 8 46
;3y -tiardncr, Wm. A 17 47
S74-H.il!. J. R :. 57 48
5B7 Holt, las. 1 17 49
8S--3am Kai Wing 8 50
614 Barnes, A 33 51
--Waterhouje, Geo 133 52
700 -uross, r. J 07
700 Gonsalves, M 33
712 Rodricue. J. 1
714 Taylor, H. T 50
717 Austin. H.U
718-nierbach, Otto A.
7f) Himbly, H. T. ...
782-H ward, H.W...
783-I Inward, H. W..
784-ll.ivv rd,H. W .
785-Howard, H. W.
791 Temp eton, W. A
83f-Wlthers, W. S..
fcxisK'Ate ikc ::::::. :: n
tj2C ustlu, H. C 17
933 Kiis, Jean 50
950 -Andrews, I.. A 75
ic 'lichardson. A. W 50
ti'jt Wl e. W. S 100
9')i Olney, A. H 20 ,
074 Andrews, A. Lorraine 10
975 Andrews, A. N 50
M14 KHs.J 25'
1160 Kay, J. I: iooi
1170 Uav, J. Li 100'
1231 Wood, J. O 3
1236-ISdhiRS, W. S 25'
1255 Llevre, Isldora 500
1260 KdliiRS, W. S 14
1255 Edlngs, W. S 171
1285 Ulce, M ss Nellls 15
1292 Hlchardsor, A. W 25
1329 Drake, W. P 150
1331 D alte, W. F 100
1 334 Drake, W. F 35
1335 Drake, W. F 50
133c Mever, O. S too
1341 Meyer, T. T 200
141 Meyer, H. R 50
137C Aus'ln,D. L 17
140: Drake, W. F 15
1402 Garvin. C. L 10
143C Judd, C. H 2;
146c Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
Will Open Sunday Firs'
W. Ottman, late licensee of the Ocean
View Saloon end of car line, Walklkl, will
open the same premises next Sunday as
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
TEA, COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS :
maybe obtained at all REASONABLE
HOURS. Private parlors and every con
vtnlence for the comfort of visa .r.
Delinquent - Stock.
WEDNESDAY, Mtireli 1-i.
AT re O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, 33 Qucon utrect,
Honolulu, will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tlio Treasurer, Mr. J. V.
Hamburg, tlio following certificates of
storn. In tlio I'nlama Co-operntlvo Oro
cory Co., Ltd., unions tlio first ami sec
ond assessment, with Interest thereon,
Is pnld beforo the day of sale:
Also the following Certllicates of stock
In the same Company unless the second
assessment, with interest theieon, Is paid
Deiore me day ot sale:
F. MORUA S.
WEEK OF MARCH 5.
Complete Change of Program,
Nights Only -
And Her Animated S ing Sheet.
In a New and Original Sketch.
The Modern Samsi n.
The Full SlreiiRth of the Company In the
The Coon's Frolic
Songs, Choruses, Cake Walks, Dances,
Razor Fights, Chicken Feathers and
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come, aenss some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are bei ,g pau.iwd by KING
BROS. artiV A very peculiar
crab is on view in KING
BROS, window, Hotel street.
Wptrlj,. tnttit dunin um ti imcrUJ allietFU
MtoB alimfril Inmlion; 10 ttnll acondinitt
lion; fa unit a itek aij unit A montb. Ibit it Ibi
cbeapttt aJivttiiincntr oiftrtJ the f-iofili of Honolulu,
WANrLI) 70 KLNT j Rojiii tor llouwkcerlnir
at-mit t? mlnutci Irom I'. O A14tes "J'
tire Rullttln office. mi-at
WANTLO-IIVE MESSENGER HOYS at once.
American Messenger Service, Hotel n4 Ala
kea streets. "
UANrtD-N. I'. UUlUiESS don all Unas of
small repairing. Liwn Movers ant Garden
1 ..-.i.i- 1 .... nu... ...in k. n
iiuv, are ,ciiamv. .ii muw,ij wm . ,.-
ei for, by ringing up 110. Also a few fur rent
I 'encaenia street n4-u
WANTED Men to knolhit they can eel haeJ
by awhile barber fur 15 cents at (1. JEH S,
010H Fort street, orp. Club Stables trwtf
FOR RENT 1 HOUSE on Klnau street, at present
occupied by Mr. McCI.1nah.1n. ....,
i4?o-tf G.E. tJOARDVIAN.
TO RFNT-Larce, well furnished FRON T ROOM
1 Mosquito proof with bar J, suitable for couple.
Apply Mis Hammer. 7 Hold street. uM-iw
TO LET A few ROOMS, single anJ en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent u67-im
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
' furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, appl to JOHN ENA
at I I. S, N. Co.'s office, Qjeen street. 1464-H
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Oest
rooms and attendance In city. )
rrou SALE TWO COTTAGES on Yountr St.
r opposite L. II. t)e, Esq. Inquire of G. E,
FOR SALE Jimo.
LOT In tet, portion of Kallhl
No. )io Tort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sale
r next door to Mr. J. II, Bovd's Walklkl Road.
, I43i-'m k
COR SALC-$w IOT at I
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
No. j:o l-ort street.
Lease of Cottage centrally.
vo sears to run. tiround rent fit per mon'h.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIIKJF.
144 00. 310 I uri ui-u.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. liyJ. M. VIVAS.
THE PUNA SUGAR COMPANY
I'lie l'uiia StiKiir Company, Limited,
has been Incorporated with a capital of
$1, 000,000 anil privilege of increasing
to $5,000,000. Lands represent J340,
000 of the stock, being tlio UUlart, Ky
croft and Ooutllo properties, heretofore
devoted to ranch and coffee raising
purposes. None of the shares will bo
put on tlio open market. Officers of tlio
corporation nro: M. 1". Koblnson, pres
ident; tl. 1'. Dillingham, vice presi
dent; A. J. Campbell, secretary; B. K.
1'axton, treasurer, nntl L. A. Thurston,
The plantation will comprise about
fi,000 ncres of enno land, which can bo
considerably Increased from adjacent
lands. Tlio plantations Is nlrcady well
under way, sixty acres of seed cane
being nlrendy planted. Tho first crop
will lie planted this Hummer and har
vested In 1902.
A frolght contract has been signed
between the company and tho Ililo
Railroad Company, under which the
latter company undertakes to cstnbllsh
railroad communication with IIIIo, a
distance of twenty-seven miles, with
in eighteen mouths; and nil freight to
and from tho plantation, Including
freights to and from San Francisco, nre
to bo carried by the railroad company
at nn agreed schedule for 11 term of
A continct has also been concluded
with tho Ohm Sugar Company, under
which the l'una Company's first crop
will bo ground at tho Olaa mill, the
cano being transported there by the
Illlo Hall road Company. This relieves
tho l'una company from tho cost of a
mill at the beginning while, nt tho
samo time, considerably Increasing
Olna'H output for 1902.
KAUIIANi: 111 this city, Mnrch 1.
1900, Mrs. Noah Knuhano, nged 23
years, 0 mouths, beloved vvlfo of
Noah Knuhano and only daughter of
Mr. nntl Mrs. J. L, Kmilukoii.
Hack Stand No. 82
... Is located at Cor. Hotel and Rlchaids
streets. Best of seivlce and no over
I have authored MR. GEORGE
HAYSELDEN to act as Agent to solicit
and collect for subscriptions and adver
tisements for the "Maul News" on the
Island of Oalni, hereby revoking all au
thorlty heretofore granted to any person
or persons to solicit or collect lor the same.
G. B. ROBERTSON.
Walluku, Maul, Feb. 19, 1900.
There will bo a meeting of the stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Dry Goods As
sociation at the store, No. 420 Fort
street, on Saturday, March 10th at 3
o'clock sharp to discuss some Import
Dy order ot tho Hoard ot Directors,
EDWARD R. HANAPI,
,T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentlse. Office, King Street .Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or nlisht,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. M&Hf I
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Weather Bureau, Puliation, March C.
Temperature Morning minimum,
G2; Midday maximum, 78,
Daiomctcr at 9 a, in. 30.01. Irregular.
Dew 1'olnt C5F.
Humidity nt 9 n. 111. 79 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon, March
5. Weather clear; wind light SW.
Mondav. March ?
Am. brRt. W. G. Irwin, Williams, irom
San Francisco. Feb. 15, with 650 tons genl.
mdse. for W. G. Iiwin & Co.
b2turdy, March 3
Stmr. Mauna Lua, Simerson, from Maul
Stmr. Maul, Bttmett, from Hawaii ports.
jiunday, March 4.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, Walma
Sloop Abble M, Dow, from Walalae.
Saturday. March 3.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Kauai ports.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, 1 hompson, for Kauai
benr. AOa , ninui ports.
Sunday, March 4.
berc. for the Sound
Sloop Abble M, Dow, Walalae.
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per
stmr, Mntinn Loa, March 4. Miss A.
Heers, S. M. Knuakanul. Mrs. Kclllku
evvn, W. II. Cornwell, Knchlmurl.
DEATH OF M1SK ENGLISH.
Wnlluku, Maul, Feb. 2S. Sunday has
likewise become n hoodoo tiny In, Ka
hulul. The lirst ense of plague was on n
Sunday, tho Un Inst., the eighth plnguo
death In Knhulul occurred also on n
Sunday, (ho 18th Inst.
For several days last week tho bul
letin board In front of the post ofllco
In Wnlluku registered "No deaths from
bubonic plague today; also no aus
picious cnsc3 at Kahtilul," nnd every
body on Maul was beginning to think
Unit this dread disease was going to
bo stamped out.
Lust Sunday, tho 25th. passed with
out even a suspicious case reported on
the boards, and tho general public was
on tho point of stamping that Sunday
as not one of ho hoodoo Sundays,
when, nt about 9 o'clock that Sunday
night came n sudden report over tho
wires that Julia English, sister of Dob
English, pilot of Knhulul harbor, and
a daughter of tho late Captain English,
well known in Honolulu, had died
rather suddenly and that her body was
taken over to the plague hospital for
At nbout 10 o'clock on Monday morn
ing, 20th Inst., nfter n post mortom
examination by Dr. fiarvln, the cause
of her death was declared to be black
plague, and this news caused n grcnt
consternation among the numerous
friends of the deceased lady not only
in Kahtilul, but nlso in Walluku nnd
Waiknpu, where she lias ninny warm
ami Intimate friends.
From investigation by Dr. Armitngc
the cause of tho death of Julia Eng
lish has been traced to a dead rut
which shu handled sometime nfter the
Kaliulul Chinatown file.
The deceased was n very lovely and
nmlnble woman. She leaves two broth
ers, lion nntl Hurry English, several
children, one of whom Is attending St.
Louis school, besides a number of
grandchildren, nieces nntl nephews.
Sho was nbout 10 yoim of age. The de
ceased was a grout nilmlrer of pet ani
mal 1 tin. I h.-d iniPi' nmennerl' nt her
home in Kahtilul, among which were
a parrot and n magplo thu only two of
her pets saved. Tho tamo sheep nbout
0110 dozen, ducks, pigeons nntl dogs
were all condemned by tho Hoard of
Health nntl wcro killed although Dr.
Armitngc stiongly urged saving the
nulmals by putting them In quaran
tine for n sufficient period. Among tho
valuable personal effects of the deceas
ed that were burnt wero fifteen quilts,
a rare Nllhau mat and Hawaiian tnpas
Vessels nt Knhului.
Wnlluku, Feb. 28. Tho four masted
barkentlnc Uhelis, tho ship Antlope,
tho four masted schooner Novelty and
another foiclgu schooner nro still un
loading nt Kaliulul. Tho work of dis
charging theso vessls Is very slow ow
ing to tho uuarantlno nt Knhulul and
no people from shoro nro allowed, to
ELLIS in this city, at tho Maternity
Mninn, Mnrch A, 1000, to the wife 01
.1. S. Ellis, n son. ,
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
P. O. Bex 862.
Boom 1, Spreokels Blook
We beg to Inform the public that we
are In a position to furnish good and re
FORT STREET EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Mext mart jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12
a. m., 2 to 5 P. m. la&vim
-33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
Ladies', Misses' and
Childrens' . . .
10 per cent, discount on all CASH
PURCHASES in that depart
ment. For 10 days only.
REMNANT . SALE
in all departments.
PACIFIC IMPORT GO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.
The FIFTH Assessment' of 2i per cent
or 50 cents per share, on the stock of the
aDove mentioned company, was due Jan
uary 1st, 1900, and delinquent February
The SIXTH Assessment of 2 per cent f
or so cent-, ner hare, on the stock of the I
above mentioned company, was due Feb- '
ruarv 1st, and will be delinquent on the
31st day of March, 1900.
The SEVENTH Assessment of 2', per
cent or 50 cents per share, on the stock of
the above mentioned company, Is due
TO-DAY, MARCH 1st, 1900,
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd
JAS. B. CASTLE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, March i, 1990. i8-uv .
KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
The attentl n of Stockholders of the
above Company Is called to the fact that
the Fifth Assessment was due on the 1st
day of January, 1900, and was delinquent
on February 28th, 1900.
The SIXTH ASSESSMENT of 10 per
cent, or f 5 per share, on the above men
tioned stock, Is due on the 1st day of
March, 1900, and payable at the office of
Alexander & Baldwin, Judd building.
J. P. COOKE,
Treas. Kihil Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March i, iqoo. 1469-iw
QUEEN 'ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
GEO. H. PARIS
HIS REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL
lYlerchantSt.. nr. Fort,
and next to the Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline
Engine Depot Is the place now.
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