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WEft'' 8 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1UUI).
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 60 li. p. boiler will produce wonderful
It will pay you to try a barrel of this, get it at-once, from
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. JiTort and Kins: Sts.
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olaa sugar co. HAWAIIAN RELIEF SOCIETY
Delinquent : Notice.
In accord.irce with the By-Laws and by
order of the BcarJ of Directors of the
Olaa SiiRar Co., I 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
At Us annual meeting tho Hawaiian
Hellcf Society was shown to hnvo been
supporting for a year past forty fami
lies whoso members wero unablo to
maUo their own living. Tho cost of
this had been $2,932.20. Starting tho
year with a balaneo of $1,500, collec
tions had been made of $2,317.65, in
clusive of membership fees, donations
nml the proceeds of a luau and con
cert. There was a balance now in tho
treasury of $S85.43. Tho membership
now numbers eighty-one, having great-
vfcWdf. in tbtttolumn unllbiinutltd dtlfctntt
W3 ahmfiril Inuilion; la ctntt ucondiniit
Itoii, iounluttk aitJ fo ctfitl a monlb. Ibiliitbi
chpit aJverlinm tvtr ojftuJ tbtpioflt of Honolulu.
UANTLD-rinOI) LAM)Y MAKEtt.
" LMiLAND WAKri'Y.
WANT D-A neatly (uinKhJ COTTAdU nlfuur
or five moms, nn anv slfkct W'alklkl IJe of
ce laKcn marcn 20m.
foil STrft. Poswlftn
AJJrm 7. J., m nffif.
WANThD-FIVE MESSfcNGbH HOYS at onc.
American Mesen(ter Strvlce, llol and Aia
kea tft. "a
WANIbD N. H. UUKliLSS doe) all kinds of
small repairing, Lawn Mowers and Garden
Muse, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for. by ringing up ai. Also a few lor rent
Penacla street. '"''
WANTED Men to know that they can iret snaved
by awhile barber for tscems atll.JEIFS.
6igM fort street, opp. Club Stables iog-ll
COR RENT i HOUSE on Klnau street, at present
occupied by Mr,
,i7o-tl G. E. nOARDMAN.
TO RENT-Larce. well furnished FRONT ROOM
Mosquito proof with b ard, suitable for couple.
Apply Mis Hammer. n Hotel street. n68-iw
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent. u6vim
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stable. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars. appl to JOHN ENA
at I. 1. S, N. Co.'s office. Qiutn street. H64-H
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. M)i
PR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
opposite L. II. Dee, Esq. Inquire of U. E.
FOR SALE Iiooo. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sire 80x150. Applv to
No. )io Fortstreet.
FR SALE Choice POTTED PLANTS for sate
next door to Mr. J. II. Bovd'1 Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE $950. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
slie7sxiso Apply to
No. io Fort street,
COR SALE J1400. Lease of Cottage centrally.
f ao years to run. Ground rent Sis per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
144 No io Fort strett.
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VlVAS !
company on Saturday, at 12 o'clock noon,
the 31st day of March, 1900, provided the , ly gained during tho last few months,
assessments wun interest are not paid on 1
or Dciorc sua oate at Hie ottice ot Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd building.
A special fund had also been raised
for plague sufferers nmountlng to
$8,180.75, ot which $7,200.47 was still
on hand. '1 ho greater part of the fund
was collected by Mark I'. Robinson.
No. No. who had volunteered to nld tho society.
Celt. Name. Shares. ' Hlscollcctlons were as follows: Kaplo-
5 Wood, J. O. (trustee) 100 lani Ksate, $300; W. O. Irwin & Co.,
6-Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100 $500: Theo. II. Davics & Co., $300; H.
10-Wood, J. Q. (trustee( 100 Hackfcld Co.. $300: Oaliu llallway
11 .Vood, J. O. (trustee) 100 and Co., $300; James Campbell,
II Wood. J. O. (trustee) ICO r.nn- CJ AT nn nn iorn. t l TJnliln.
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;i 1111 1. in;;. ii 1, jiio jo
One Hundred ($100.00)
Judd. C. H. ,
-Jaeger, C. J.
06 Southwlck. T. S 100
12S noiiowav, J. I- is
205 WI cox. W. L so
217 Dexter, Mrs. S. L 100
I son, $250; llie 13. V. Dillingham Co,
. $250; T. May, $230; Lewcrs Cooke,
$250; F. A. Schacfcr & Co., $250; Cas-
tlo & Cooke, $250; Pacific Uaruwaro
Co., $125; Druco Cartwrlght, $100; E. O.
Hall & Son, $100; M. W. McChcsnoy &
lit Smith AH ?co oon' luu; " ' iNOUe' luu; uorey
k F-irlevV I K Hoblnson. $100; Robert Lowers. $100;
267G00JaCre Geo 25 J,rs- Ilu,,rt Lowers, $100; Mrs. John
26S Goodacre' Geo. ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'."!!!'.'.!'" 25 nna- 5! w- w .Dlmond. $50; Frank
?70 GooJacre, Geo 25 Hustacc, $50; Dr. Robert W. Anderson,
120 -dines, W. S. '.....'!.!.' n 25! Ooorgo W. Farr, $5; Thomas Gay,
U- Averdam, Capt 17 3: T- - Wlls. 1: cash, $20; Wall,
187 Arcndt, J. H 8 Nichols, $5; Hawaiian News Co., $5;
407 L,a rierre, l. l a
436 Giles, H. A 33
458 Hall, J. R 77
48C Oldlng, E. E 33
489 Averdam, Miss Henny 8
S30 Gardner, Win. A 17
574-Hall. J, R. 57
87 Ho t. Jas. L 17
58S -am Kal Wing 8
614 Barnes, A 33
622 Waterhouse, Geo 133
706 Cross, I:. J 67
709 Gonsalvei, M 33
712 Itodrlgue, J. P 17
714 Taylor. H. T 50
717 Atift'ii, H. C 42
7i8-Heibich,Oito A 17
7C0 Hamblv. H. T 35
782 Howard, H. W 50
7831-1 w.ird, H. W 50
784-How rd,H. W 100
785 Howard, H. W 100
701 Tmn eton, W. A 30
838-Withers, W. S 100
840 Garvin, C. L 5
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18
020 Austin, H. C 17
933 Nils. Jean '..... 50
959 Andrews, L. A 75
96c Richardson. A. W 50
9O1 v e, W. S 100
9 . Olney, A.H 20
975 Andiews, A. N 50
1 1 14 ii!, J 25
liCo Ray. J. E 100
117c Ray, J. E 100
1231 Wood, J. Q ". 30
123C -.dints, W. S 25
1255 Llevre, Isldora 500
126c ins. W.S 14
1265 Edlngs. W. S 17
1285 Rice, Miss Nellls 15
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1329 Drake, W. F 150
1332 D ake, W. F 100
1334 Drake, W. F 35
I33 Drake, W. F 50
1336 Ylever, O. S 100
1341Mryer, T. T 200
1342 Vcyer, H. R 50
1376 A'jstln.D. L 17
1401- Drake W.F 5
1 402 Garvin. C. L 10
idto JiHd. C. H 25
146c Kahookano, J. K 8
' J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 197?.
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., March 6, 1900.
The sum of One Hundred (fioo.oo)
Dollars will be paid by the Board of
Health to any person In the District or
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 President Bo.vd of Health.
I or additions! Shipping News see seventh page.
Weather Bureau, Punaiioti, March 8.
Tcmperaturo Morning minimum,
00; Midday maximum. 80.
Barometer at 3 n. m. 29.91. Irregular.
Dow Point C P.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 80 per cent.
Dlnmond Head Signal Station, March
8. Wcathor hazy; wind fresh SW.
Wednesday, March 7.
Bk. Aldebaran, Douglass, 92 days
from Newcastle; 020 tons coal to or
Am. schr. Hoy Somers, Solteln, 19
days from San FranclBco.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, searie, uauu
Thursday, March 8.
Am. schr. Kndravor, McAllep. from
Port Townsend, Feb. 12, with 735,689
tvut lumber and 215,500 shingles for
Lowers & Cooke.
Htmr. Kauai. Bruhn, from Kauai
with 7100 bags sugar for W. G. Irwin
Wednesday, March 7.
Br. bk. Conway Castle, Evans, for
Am. schr Louis, Gonberg, for Snn
Schr. Norma, , for Maul.
Schr. Golden Gate, Pallia, Molokal.
Schr. Allco Kimball, Nicholson, Ki
Stmr. Mauna Lou, Slmerson, for
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Knual.
Stmr. Mlakhala, Pedersen, for Maui
and Hawaii ports.
Stmr. walalealc, , for Kauai.
Stmr. Lchua, Dower, for Oahu ports.
Thursday, March 8.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Schr. Surprise, Wharton, for Hana
pepe, Elcele, Makawell and Walmea at
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Upolu, Dalton, for Kona at
STERNBERG ON PLAGUE,
(Continued from pago 1.)
83 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 tho Trcasuror, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, tho following certificates of
stocic in tho Palama Co-oporatlvo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with Interest thereon,
Is paid beforo the day of sale:
No. No. of No. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Shares
67 1 89 2
71 2 90 2
72 1 91 1.
74 1 93 1
75 2 94 2
76 2 95 4
77 1 96 2
78 2 . 07 I
80 I 98 2
81 I 99 I
82 2 100 I
83 I IOI 2
84 I 102 I
8; 1 103 1
86 2 106 1
87 1 .....
Also the following Certificates of stock
Inthe-same Company unless the seco d
assessment, with Interest theieon, Is paid
oeiore tne uay 01 sale:
M. M. Mcmerny, $10: Kohala native
church,' $10.05; cash, $5; cash, $5.
Mrs. Beckley had handed In $117.25,
received from Hllo people, nnci Mrs.
Nawahl $150, from natives of tho same
town. Besides tho society received
$2,083.45 from nil other sources. The
expenditures of tho plague fund had
been $922.25. Visiting committees have
been diligent lu looking up tho unfor-
tunntcs. Between Saturday night of
tho Chinatown llro and tho following
Thursday tho society provided fifty
people with food, clothing nnd blan
kets. Tho society returns thanks to tho
generous public for placing It In posi
tion to do so much good.
Officers for tho ensuing year woro re
elected with tho exception of Mrs. J. F.
Bowler as secretary, who desired to bo
excused on nccount of an lntcn'dcd'vislt
to the Coast. Tho list follows: Presi
dent, Mrs. S. C. Allen; first vice presi
dent, Mrs. James Campbell; second
vlco president, Mrs. Robert Lowers;
secretary, Mrs. Georgo Beckley; treas
urer, Miss Lucy Adams; board of di
rectors, Mrs. E. S. Cunha, Mrs. J. Na
wahl, Mrs. J. F. Bowler, Mrs. F. W.
Macfarlano, Miss Agnes Mclntyrc, Mrs.
Irene Brown nnd Mrs. A. Fernandez.
On account of the contlnu-d 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. Ii73"3t
1 hr following persons may call at Aala
warehouse for their sew ng machines:
M. Morlta 3
Weaver Block, Room 25 2
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11 11 11 12
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John Hlla Nlhoa 2
Tho Ladysralth "Lyro" Is tho namo
of a paper Issued by tho British troops
In tho beleaguered city, 'iho editors
seem to bo having all sorts of fun with
It, notwithstanding tho seriousness of
rie HroolilB P1111I11 Ci.
Mrs. Kal.tnlp 10 Telles
Marea ,. .,
S. W. Kapana
M. A. Kemukea
Mrs. J Kawalnul
Mrs. N. Namakeha . .
DURING THE 18TH CENTURY.
"At tho beginning of tho eighteenth
century," ho continued, "tho bubonic
plngtio prevailed in Constantinople and
tho various points along tho Danube;
from hero It extended, in 1701, to Po-
lnnd, nnd soon after to Silesia, Lethu-
nia, Germany nnd Scandinavia. Tho
mortality In Stockholm was about
40,000. Tho dlseaso also extended
westward from Constantinople, through
Austria and Bohemia.
In 1720 Marseilles suffered a severe
epidemic, probably as a result ot tho
Introduction of cases on a ship from
Leghorn. Tho mortality was estimated
ns being between 40,000 nnd 00,000.
From Marseilles ns a center It spread
through tho provlnco of Provence, but
did not Invado other parts of Franco.
In 1743 thero was n sevcro outbreak,
undoubtedly duo to importation from
tho Island of Sicily.
"It would bo tedious If I should fit
tempt to glvo a full account of nil tho
minor epidemics during this nnd pre
ceding centuries, and I must only
briefly review the history of tho dls
easo during tho nineteenth century,
which, happily, has witnessed Its ex
tinction from European countries.
Early In tho century (1802) bubonic
plaguo appeared in Constantinople and
In Armenia. It had previously pre
vailed in tho Caucasus, from which
provlnco It extended to Russia. In 1808
to 1813 It extended from Constantino
ple to Odessa, to Smyrna, and to vari
ous localities in Translyvnuln. It also
prevailed about tho samo time in Bos
nia anil Dalraatia. In 1812 to 1814 It
prevailed in Egypt, and, as usual, was
conveyed from thero to European
LAST APPEARANCE IN EUROPE.
"Its last appearance In Italy was nt
Noja, on tho eastern coast ot that
country, In 1815. A limited epidemic
occurred In Grecco In 1828, as a result
of importations from Italy. During
tho samo year It prevailed extensively
in Moldavia, wallaclila anr Hessaroula.
In 1813 It prevailed as nn epidemic In
Constantinople Egypt, which has
been the focus from which tho plague
has been Introduced Into Europe, con
tinued to suffer from tho dlseaso until
1815, when it disappeared from that
country. Tho last appcaranco of tho
Oriental plague in Europe, until its
recent Introduction into Portugal was
tho outbreak on tho banks of tho Volga
"I will now refer brelfly to tho his
tory of tho plaguo during tho past
decade. Iho dlseaso seems to bo al
most a thing of tho past, and no longer
gnvo any uneasiness in tho countries of
Europo which had formerly suffered
its ravages, when, In February, 1891,
It made its appcaranco in tho city ot
Canton, China, and three months later
in Hongkong. This outbreak gavo tho
opportunity for competent bacteriolo
gists to make scientific Investigation
relating to tho specfle causo of this
scourgo of tho human race, and tho
demonstration that it Is duo to min
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JAS. F. MOR-A ,
Complete Change of Program.
Thres Nights unly - -TUESDAY,
And Her Animated Song Sheet.
In a New and Original Sketch.
The Modern Samscn.
The Full Strength of the Company In the
The Coon'e Frolic
Razor Fights, Chicken
Choruses, Cake Walks, Dances,
L. E. PINKHAM, - CONTRACTOR.
OfHco with the Pacific Hardware Co.,
Honolulu, H. 1.
KHtlTirues given and contracts made
for wells on any of the Islands. SIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the most skillful highest class drillers,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Suporintondlnft
Eloctro-Hi'tlraullc Powor TransmUx don
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Ontton-Noll Co., Queen atreot,
Ofiloe nert to Pix loe. 1223
,1J MES T. TAYLOR,
M. Am. Soc. C. E. ,.
300 Judd Block. Tole. 683.
Pacific Import Co.
Bulletin, 75 cenu per
118 King St.
OUIRCH AND SOCIETY WORK,
S. W. K. Amakawea I
Henrv Makl 1
Julie Achlu 1
M. Komeya 1
D.K.S. Keauu t
P. Kaoha 1
SlneWo Chong 1
BOARD OF HEALTH.
J. J. PLONSKY,
In charge Aala Warehouse.
Card of Thanks.
On behalf ot my family nnd myself
I take this means of conveying our sin
cere expression of deep felt gratitude
to tho many friends who during the
Illness and at tho death ot my bolovea
daughter, Mrs. Prlscilla Kauhano,
showed their lovo for her and their
sympathy for thoso who today nro
mourning at tho sad bereavement
which has befallen my family.
JOHN h. KAULOUKOU.
Ladies', Misses' arid
Childrens' . . .
10 percent, discount on all CASH
PURCHASES in that depart
ment. For 10 days only.
REMNANT . SALE
in all departments.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
' S, EHRLICH, Manager.
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