Newspaper Page Text
-vawjr -nwrrw-. TfXTr
y'. frmrffr w "F ''Wr'rif T "
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAltOH 7, 1000.
E -. . .. ,- - - ........
I 1 Benton's Boiier Compound
Is getting into
It is, indisputably the best,
uses saves fuel, it contains no oil
A quart daily for a 6o h. p.
It will pay you to try a barrel of this, get it at once, trom
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. ITort and Kino: Sts.
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
lit tucui J.tnce w itli the By-Laws and by
order of die Beard uf Directors of the
Olaa Sugar Co., 1 am directed to offer for
sale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
c. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, 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 iV Baldwin, Judd building.
3 Wood, J. Q. (trustee),..
O Wood. J. O. (trustee)...,
10 Wond, J. O. (trustee! ico
1 1 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) too
13 vViHiu, J. y. (.trustee) 100
21 McTngeart, Jiro 50
2C Judd, C. H 100
34 Jaeger, C.J 50
06 Southwlck, T. S 100
12E Holloway, J. F 1?
207 Wilcox, W. L 50
237 Dexter, Mrs. S. L too
23E Smith, A. H 500
258 ,-arley, J. K 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
268 Goodacre. Geo 25
770 Goodicre, Geo 25
3; tames, w. 5. .
341 Averdam, Capt
387 Arendt, J. H
407 La Pierre, L. L.
436-Glles, H. A
4;8-Hall, J. K
jhC Oldlne. E. E. ..
489 Vverdam, Miss Heimy 8
530 uartiner, wm. A 17
574 Hall. J. R 57
57 Holt. Jas. L 17
583-Sam Kal Wing 8
614 Rarnes, A 33
622 vVaerhou5e, Geo 133
706 Cross, F. J 67
700 Gonsalves, M 33
712 Uodrlgue, J. P. 17
714 loyior. H. 1 50
717 Austin. H. C 42
7i8-3lerbach,0'to A 17!
760-Hambly. H. T 35I
782 Howard, H. W 50 1
78311 iwaru, H. vv 50
784-How rJ, H. W 100
785 Howard, H. W 100
791 TVmp'eton. W. M 30
838-Withers, W.S 100
840 Garvin, C. L 50
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 8
920 Austin, H. C 17
933 fills, Jean 50
959 Andrews, L. A 75
060 Richardson. A. W 50
9O1 Wl e.W.S ioj
9 1: Olney, A. H 20
975 Andieas, A. N 50
1 1 14 'Jiis, J 25
1 160 Way, J. E 100
117c Ray, J. E too
1231 Wood, J. Q 30
123C Kdlnss, W. S 25
1255 Llevre, Isldora 500
1200 i:un,s, w. s 14
1265 t-dlllR, W. S 17
1285 Kice, miss iNellis
Ne ills m
1292 Klcliardson, A. W 25
1 329 Drake, W. F 1 50
1 332 D ale, W. F.' .'.!'. '..'!.!'.'.!'.! ! 100
I334-'''rake, W. F 35
335 Drake, W. F 50
133C Mever, O. S 100
1 341 Meyer, T. T 200
!34? lTir' Vi'i 5
.. . ... "
1 itr ua 111, u, l. 1
1401- "Drake. W. F 1?
1402 Garvin. C. L 10
i439Judd, C H 25
1469 Kahookano, J. K S
J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
Delinquent - Stock.
WEDNESDAY, March Id.
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.
Hamburg, tho following certificates of
stocK In the Palama Co-operative Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho flrnt and sec
ond assessment, with lntero' thereon,
Is paid before the day of sale:
vtx, :.?. a i
use more and more every day.
its usq saves repair bills, ,its
boiler will produce wonderful
No. No. of No.
Ctf. Shares. Ctf.
67 1 80
71 2 00
72 1 91
74 I 93
75 2 94
76 2 05
77 1 96
80 I 98
St 1 99
82 2 ico
S) 1 tot
84 1 102
8; 1 103
86 2 106
Also the following Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the second
assessment, with interest theteon, Is paid
Dei ore tne uay 01 sale
The I.nlrit I'letnreof General BalUr.
General ltutlor, the ltiltlsli com
mander In chief In South Africa, seems
to bo n second (iencral Slmfter. lie Is
bis nnd gruff and somewhat of n mar
tinet, but lie Is nnlil to lie 11 soldier who
fights with bulldog tenacity nnd cour
age. The UmiKiTH 11 f MormonUm.
Any ono who ever lived for nny great
length of time iu Utah when it wns 11
territory known only too well that the
gent ilea found it to their interest not to
critlci&o too ndvereely tho autocracy of
Drighiun Young. Dr. Hobinson would
not bo "counseled" to refrain from
ccusuro. Ona bountiful moonlight night
a man came to hU liouisu nnd told him
that 11 tnnii had been kicked by 11 mulo
.lmvn nn f lia ttiln rniwl ." lltlfl flint lltft
inn ina iivri roil tta li'na siiiinrinir lift
"... '"'", T .
greatest ngony nnd neciled tho services of
a surgeon. Would tho doctor not come
to his relief Mrs. Roblneon pleaded
with her hnsband not to go. lie langhed
nt her fenrs. mid went. One block from
jg ilonse ho was assassiuutcd by n blow
on tho head with somo dnll inatrnment
and n shot from n pistol.
was never apprehended.'
The flood Time Coralnn.
Englishmen as n rulo nro proud of
the manner in which rnllrond in the
British IbIcs are constructed. A gentle
man who was abroad recently over
heard a remark which pleased hi in very
ranch. An American girl was discuss
ing with n nobleman the differences be
tween the railroad systems. The Eng
lishman eald that tho roadbeds of Ena-
' llsh railroads were nmcb superior to
those of tho different American sys
tems and wonld last the Engllth until
The Yankco girl, however, was quick
to make n reply, and she said, "Ah we
Americans expect to wear wings there
is no necessity of building railroads to
last forever." PIltBUurg Chronicle
Telegraph. Thr Evening
Bulletin, 75 ceuu per
Jh3 Mhittjlrtl initrthn; to eentt tttond intir
ion; fo(tnt$ a wttk and ottnti a month 71 i tbt
thtapttt aJitrtisiftftxtrcfftrfJ tbt ptoplt of Honolulu.
WANT D-A neatly lutnWieJ COTTA'jL ol fuur
or five tnoiis, on any str Walklkl IJe "1
'ol s'tiet. I'oMCS'lnn to b Uktn AUrch totli.
Aidrm Z J , tn oflice. " -
UANTfcl)-riVE MESSCNCjEK UOVi. t one.
vv Atrerlcan Messenger Service. Hotel nJ Ala
kea streets. "
WANTED-N. F. HUKOESS Joes all klnJs ol
small repairing. Lawn Moers anj OarJen
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
el for, by ringing up aw, Also a lew lor rent
Pensacnla Vreet ti.fi-'f
WANTED-Men to know that they can t snaved
by awhtta barber lor 15 cents at II. JEbFS,
610K Fort street, opp. Club Stables tioq-lf
FOR RENT 1 HOUSE on Klnau street, at present
occuplel by Mr, McClanahan. ....,
,4,0-11 O. F. DOARDMAN.
TO RENT-Large, well lurnlshed FRON T ROOM
Mosquito prool with biard, suitable tor couple.
Apply Mrs Hammer, I7 Hotel street. n68-iw
TO LET A lew ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent. i46r-im
TO LET The residence ol John Ena at Walklkl,
lurnlshed or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole 1 or In
part. For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S. N. Co.'s oflice. Queen street. 1464-tf
THE ALOHA ROOMINQ HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendanc In city. i
SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St.,
r opposite L. H,
inquire or w.
SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Kalihl
slie 80130. Apply to
No. io Fort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS for sale
r neat door to Mr. J. II. Boyd's Walklkl Road.
LOT at Kalihl on main street,
No. 3 10 Fort street.
FOR SALE $1400,
10 years to run.
Lease ol Cottage centrally.
Ground rent $11 per month.
No. 110 Fort street.
FR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS.
One Hundred ($100.00)
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., March 6, inoo.
The sum of One Hundred (fioo.oo)
Dollars will be paid by the Board of
Health to any person in the District of
Honolulu, not a paid employee of the
Board of Heaith or a physician, who
shall first report a case of plague at the
office of the Board of Health.
C. B. Wood,
i473-3t Pre'ldent Board of Health.
On account of the continued drought
and scarcity of water, no new Irrigation
privileges will be granted by the Bureau
of Water Works, until further notice.
Sup't Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, March 7. 1900. i473-3t
The following pefeons may call at Aala
warehouse for their sewing machines:
Al. Morita 3
Weaver Block, Room 25 2
John Hila Nlhoa
James Ako 1
John Kapono 1
John IncT 2
K Matsukl 1
. '. . ,'
K. Klshlnaml 1
Mrs. Kawlaluma 1
N. Keau . 1
Mrs. Kalanlpjo Telles 1
Look You 1
Y.C ; 3
Knwaheenul ,'. .... 1
S. W. Kapana 1
M. A. Kemokea 1
I. Misawa - 1
loela Klakahl , ,; 1
Mrs. J Kuwalnul 1
Kaluna Pilmoku 1
Mrs. N. Namakeha 1
Mrs. Alu t
S. W. K. Amakawea 1
Henry Makl 1
Julie Achlu 1
M. Komeya 1
Ohta , 1
BOARD OP HEALTH.
J. J. PLONSKY,
In charge Aala Warehouse.
Weather llurcau, Pnnalioti, March 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GG; Mltldny maximum, 79.
Ilaromoter nt 9 a m. 29.9,1, Steady.
Dow l'olnt GGF.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Satlon, March
7. Weather cloudy; wind light 8W.
Stmr. Walalcalc, Urcgory, from Kn
paa; 2,400 bags sugar.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, from Hanama
ulu; 4020 bags sugar.
Schr. Milllo Morris, from Oahu ports.
Stmr. Upolu, Hennlngsen, from
Stmr. Lehtia, Dower, from Maul und
Wednesday, March 7.
Stmr. W tl Hall. Thompson, from
Kolon, with passengers nnd G020 bags
sugar for II. Hackfeld & Co.
Tuesday, March G.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins. Scarle, for
Gcr. bk. H. F. Glade, Haesloop, for
Bchr. Mol Wahino, . for Kauai.
Br. sp. Inverness-shire. Pcattle, in
ballast for Portland, Ore.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Pedorscn, for La
halna, Maalaea Kona nnd Kau nt C
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman. for Kutial at
Stmr. Mauna I.oa. Slmerson, for Ko
loa nt C o'clock.
From Kauai and way ports, per
stmr. W. G. Hall. March 7 S. II. Corn
stock, H. E. Cooper, Miss Mabel Hart.
LAIIAINA 18 HAPPV.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Sleepy old
Iihalna Is happy once more, for
awhile, for there is no telling wher the
considerably mixed population of our
much-afrald-of-plaguo town will be
unhnppy again. Tho food 'I'les.lon Id
the main ono In this town, a cloie sec
ond is the boozo one. A full supply of
theso mnkeB the old town laugh and
then blow the rest of the Island and all
other Islands too.
Tho causo of our preset?, happ'nnaa
Is the arrival of tho "Planter" with a
general aupply of provisions. From
this time on until we aro short again
more stringent quarantlno regulations
will be enforced by our numerous won
paiu nnu praciicauy wonuicssso-cnueu
guards. Lahatna's sanitary condition
remains but very little improved from
tho sudden spurt of Irresponsible com
mittees who, with the condemnation of
certain old Chinese and native shanties
and a partial cleaning up of somo prem
ises, think they have done wonders.
The old lumber of the condemned shan
ties Is allowed to bo used again In tho
construction of now ones, while the
most obnoxious stink holes and unsan
ltnry nnd overcrowded buildings aro
allowed to remain because they belong
to the haolo. Our old town has strict
ly quarantined against tho Island of
Lanal because there Is no sickness
therc.but begged tho other day of Kohel
that provisions bo sent them from
there. At the same time our Intelli
gent sanitary committee would not al
low beef cattle to be sent hero from
Kula. Lanal people may not step
ashore nt Lahalna but Lanal native
boats crewa may sleep on the end of
our wharf In bed clothes of their La
halna friends nnd in tho morning de
part for their Islnnd after sending their
Infected clothes back.
Oh what consistency. The paid
guards aro considered so worthy that
every member of tho Citizens' Commit
tees considers It his special duty to
watch them and advise them nlcht and
day. Meanwhllo additions continue to
our population from somewhere nnd
If current report can' be belloved In this
town, not generally noted for Its ver
acity, they nro continually slipping
through the guards from Walluku. If
you want to start a lively discussion on.
mit olifinl tVtA Ast1n tinirt nnlir Ann in'
j this town) Just say "How about those
potatoes." Well. I hope we will not get
iii obi.ub mw iii-ujiit iiuiu uiii uuu
t,' Plaguo, but If being scared has any-
thing to do with getting It surely wo
wiu. yours witn aiotia,
Alps. Lnwton'H Tlinnks.
Washington, Feb. 21. Mrs. Lawton
has made tho following acknowledge
ment of the receipt of tho homo fund:
"Pcwco Vnllcy, Ky., Fob. IS. 1900.
Dear General Corbln: Such kindness
as yours can never bo repaid, und my
heart Is very full when I try to thank
you. Words seem very poor nt such
a time. Will you pleaso bcllnvo that
I do appreciate It, and all my llfo will
find comfort In tho remembrance.
"Tho unlven.nl tcollng which
prompted such wonderful generosity
from tho nation Is so beautiful to me,
nnd so dear, my gratitude is incx,
pres8lbly profound. It has relieved tb
one anxious thought Henry would have
bad, und I do not know how to thank
you or tho nation.
"Believe mo, with kind regards, very
Blncerely, MARY C. LAWTON."
KBAKAHIWA In Honolulu, March 7,
1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Kcakahlwa, a
Tho Orpheuni orchestra will give a
concert at tho Orpheum Cafo during
dinner this evening. Tho wide awake
manager, Harry Klemmo, says ho is
giving his patrons an opportunity to
cat to time.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving the Pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the "Busi
ness Office, Teleplwne 256,
-33 Queen Streat
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Pacific Import Co.
HPIROGKEeiBSS BLOCK. .
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.
WEEK OF MARCH 5.
Complete Change of Program.
Three Nights Only -TUESDAY,
And Her Animated Song Sheet.
In a New and Original Sketch.
The Modern Samson.
The Full Strength of the Company In the
The Coon's Frolic
Songs, Choruses, Cake Walks, Dances, -i
Razor Fights, Chicken Feathers and I
L.E. PINKHAM, CONTRACTOR.
onico with the Pacific Hardware Oo.,3
Honolulu, H. 1.
Estlrrmtes given and contracts' made
for wells on any of the Island SIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the most skillful highest class drillers.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending;
Eloctro-Hytlrnulie Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNI8HED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Ptx .Oioe. 1228
Jj MES T. TAYLOB,
M. An. Soc. C. E.
806 Judd Block. Telo. 633.