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3 THE EVFNINO BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MA.UOH 9, 1S)00. 1
...'..... ' I I i i
jfl Benton s Boiler
Is getting into
It is indisputably the best,
uses saves fuel, it contains no oil
A quart daily for n Co It. p.
JU r suits.
It will pay you to try a barrel
. 0, MIL & SON, Ltd
Cor. F'orr and Kino: Sts.
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinguent : Notice.
in accordance w ith the By-Laws and by
order of the HcurJ of Directors of the
Ota Sugar Co., I am directed to offer for
nale x Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
".MorRiii, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on SaturJiy, at 12 o'clo.U noon,
Ihe 31s djy ot March, iqoo, provldeJ the
.6sessnient! with interest are not raid t n
or belore sil J djte at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd build. ng.
Cat Nam. Stare.
3 Wood. J. Q. (trustee) 100
6-Wood, J. 0- (trilMre) 100
ID-WtKld, J. O. (tlll'ttfl 100
u Wood, J. O. (trustee) ico
I Wood, J. Q. (trusleej ico
ai Mc'l .tu":irt. Jin. 50
r Judd, C. H 'ico
- Jieger, L J. .
W-Southwlck, T. S.
liS Hollow a v, J. F .
337 Wilcox. W.L. ..
27 0.ter. Mrs. S. L
stC Smhh. A. H
;$ raney, j. n 25
267 Gnojacre, Geo 25
36S GooJacre Geo 25
?70 G00J icre, G-o. 25
331 EdliiRS, W. S 3i
141- Avrrd.im, Capt 17
3S7 Arendt, J. H 8
407-La Pierre. L. L 8
jjifi-Gnes, H. A 33
4j5-Hall, J. R 77
,,'6-OIjIiir. E. E 31
j&) verdam, Mis He ny 8
;iq Gardner, Win. A 17
4 nan. J. i
5'7-iolt. JaS. L 17'
ciii-im Kai WIl'lT 8
fiu-Bamts, A .....; 33
C22 Wa erhoue. Geo 133
70fi Crrss, F. J 67
73 Gonsaive:, M 31
7U Rodligue, J. P 17
714 I aylur H. T 50
7i7-"tn, 11. 42
iif Bleibjch.O to A 17
7) 1 iino v H. T 35
7S1 toward, li. W 50
;iS Howard, ri W 5
7R How rd.H. W 100
73, Howard, H. W 100
701' T mo eto1 , W. M 30
8lS Withers. W.S 100
5540 Gar vin, C. L 50
asi Austin, Mrs II. C 18
qvt Austin, H. C 17'
913 Klis, Je.m 50
OW VnllrUS, L. A
tVV: Klchard-'in. A. W
95 AI e, W. S
gV. Pliev, A. II
J7S nd evvs, A. N...
llt ''IK, J
ifij--iy. J. E
1170 Rav, J. E ,
12$ Vo d, J. Q
12lf -dlnits.W. S...,
12? .icvie, Mdora 500
ej(3 .d nvs. W.S 14
raSs Edliigs. W. S 17
( S5 .ClCf, .VISS INtflllS 15
1ST- KiCliardS'Jli, A. W.
13-9-' )r.,kf . W. F.
i ') !. W. F 100
133. 'Jrake. W. F 35
. 131 Urake, W. F 50
I3C leer, O. S 100
rt4 ve 1 . T 200
134 v,t yr. II. R 5
j j .A. yln.D. L 17
T43- Oraki.W.F is
140 iarvin C. L 10
4, 1 1 'd, C H 25
I4&, K diookano, J. K 8
J. U. CATiE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5. 19 o.
I I'M iw
Pattl Slnfts for Vr Pund.
London, Feb. 22. lime. Pattl sang
this evening for tho war fund at
Covcnt Garden, tho scene of her for
mer triumphs. Tho Prlnco of Wnloa
and other members ot thu royal fam
ily wero present, together with an Im
With Alvarez sho eing In c, duct
from "Romeo and Juliet'' vlth un
diminished sweetness and purity of
;lone. Johann .Volff and Edward Lloyd
took part in tho concert, tho gross re
ceipts of which wero ii 12,000.
Tho longest span of telegraph wlro
In tho world Is that over tho rlvor
Klstna In India. It Is over 0,000 foet
lT W-i-IIJAJ-w-T.l.T1li- T .. , I
use more ami more every il.iy.
its use saves repair bills, its
boiler will produce wonderful
of this, get it at'once, from
WEEK OF MARCH 5.
Complete Change of Program.
Thre2 N.l.tsOnly -TUESDAY,
And Her Animated S .ng Sheet.
In a New and Original SKttch.
The .Modern Sams 11.
The Full Strength of the Ompany In the
The Coon's Frolic
Song, Choruses T.-ihe Walks, Dances.
Razor Fights, Chicken Feathers and
Notice o? Assessment,
Mntlr Ic Vn-rh.- rvltran tli-it tilts nlntU
, . , . ' ,.
"c-.iiucin ui icu iu ,i (.cm nil llir
capital tock 01 the HONOLULU RAPID
TRaNSI f AND LAND CO. will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 41 1
Fort (upstairs), Honolulu, on the 1st day
M ircli. The shares upon which a-
scviment may remain unpaid alter thlrtv
Javs from said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. Gil MAN,
Secretary H. R. I". & L. Co.
Honolulu, March 1, iqoo. 1410
AHKessmeiit Notice NValu-
iuu Agricultural Com-
Notice Is hereb- 'Iven tint an assess
ment of Oo per ceni nas been levied upon
100 'he 10,000 shares new issue, ot the Wal
20 ilua Agricultural Cj . Ltd.. and that the
same will be due and payable at the office
cl Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Jan. 15, iqoo.
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Kona Suar Co., Ltd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
assessment Nj. 7 01 10 rercent becami
de'inqueni March 2J, and must be paid
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Nl'tlce Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 7 of 10 percent on the assessable stock
0 the KONA SUGAR CO., LID., Is due
a id payable Februiry 2. 1000.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Honolulu Feb. 1. iqoo u'-Olf
Thcro will bo a meeting of the stock
holders of tbo Hawullan Oiy Goudb As
sociation at tho store. No. 420 Fort
street, on Saturday, March loth at 3
o'clock sharp to discuss somo Import
By order of tF"j Board of Directors,
EDWARD II. HANAPI.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 ccnti per
Yfr'Zn''1-in '' ' wl" u tit hi tmtttiJ at I s ctntt
rnZ ahntfirtt i million; to cttlt ittonJinttu
itoh, I'junti j tteek anJ iocenti a nonlb. 1kt$ i tbi
thttftit aJvetttting evtt offtrtJ the tt pit of Honolulu.
I 0"1 On II reMnla Mre 1 1 huisd ly, ti.ree ra I
I- KI:YS II, J li fh'i ollh .1 lr m I InJrr will
return them toihl fficeand teiSi.sotettarJ
i;oi NO A '.KbuU . I" HiCf l.r: j J b ljr-
I tl '. ulior vn p i,n nrt street. ' f n it c , led tur
I I ten J v will srll Ownrr cancel the he I py
pa)ing t-r this al anl ruub'e i47,-iw
SLl Ann .1 W,.K,r S.nu.f MAM). 5iu. .
ddie M J V., P. O ll.n ;o. in l
COK SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Yowir St.,
' oprwlte L II. Die, Vta. Inuulio ul li. h.
LOT In best portion of Kaltlil
No j o Fort street.
I lic 80x151.
POR SALE-Chnk POTTFD PLANTS .ir sil
next door to Mr, J. II. BvJ' Walklkl RoJ.
FOR SALE $950. IOT at Kallhl on main itreet.
slieTS-xiio Aprlv to
No. 1 o Eort Tet.
I 90 ears to run.
Lease of Cottage centrally.
CiraunJ rent $i per month
No io Tort ttreft.
land; in all parts op the
DyJ. AI. ViVAS. tjSt
WANTED-IADY CLERKS wanted at NrW
XANTED-Of)OD CASDY MlKER.
ENCiUNO UAKt RY.
WANTEO-FIVE MESSENGER tlOYS at once.
American Messenger Service, Hotel and A a
kea streets. 1449
IWAN LD-N. F DLRGESS does all kinds ol
vv small repairing, L wn Moers and Garden
lliise. are iclai les. Lwn Atnwerswlll be call
ed fur. ty rl. Ing up ,o. Also a few for rent
ivnsacnta .treet H4ti-'i
WANTfcD Mm to know that they can eel nved
by awhile barber for i) len.s at II. JEFFS
6i954 Fort street, opp. Club Stables l lug-II
x tE .
PCI! RENT-i MOUSE on Klnau stieet. at present
' occupied by Mr. McClanshan.
i4?o-lt G, H. DORUMAN.
TO LET A few ROOMS, slni-le and en suite art
I at rrisent vacant at the Ouem llutel. uuanu
street, at teasnable rent.
TO LET Thte.U,n.e of John Ena at Walklkl
I furrish d or unfurnished large ard anj
house, ba-n and staHe. lutet as a whole ir I
part Fi.r further particular, a pi li JOIINhNA
4t I IS N. i.u. itit'Cr Qeen street 1.64-1!
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St Res
I rnnm and attendance In city. llja
NJIICE OF SCHOOL OPENING.
The f nlowlng government schools hi
the DNtrlct of Honolulu will re pen at
t; o'clock a. tn , on M..nda , M'rch i -t li
viz., High School, all grades, Kaakopua,
Wailup. WaiKiKi, Atjiioa. AtaKiki. t'ili
a, M.ini ae, Kahhi-waena, K.il.hl-nl-.; ,
by order of :the Department of Public
1 1 irtciiuii.
M75-n C. T. RODGERS.
HIPPIG 1NTKM IGEHRI
I ur additional h ppliiK News see seventil page.
'Weather Bureau, Punnhou, March 9.
Tcmpeiaturo Morning minimum,
GO; Midday maximum, 73.
Barometer at 0 a. in. 29.9S. Rising.
Hal n fall .01.
Uow Point 57 F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 57 per cent.
Diamond I lead Signal Station, March
9. Weather clear; wind fresh SW.
Thur-uav, March 8.
S'mr J. A. Cuminii, Seaile, O.di
An-fiir Marv b. - st-r. 1 homp.-on
San Frat dsco.
A n - li G. vv Watoon, Peterson, f-.
bchr Millie Mor'l, , for O.ilui port'.
v 1 b 1 r :e. Wh rt m, lor li ptpe
E. eir. Mak"e 1 a'i 1 Wilinei.
TO SAIL THIS AI'TKItNOON.
Stmr. Upolu, D Iton, forK-mi.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, "I li.imps.on. for N.v
wlliwill, Konu oid Hainnuulu at 3 p. in.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Hong
kong Mnru, March 10. Mr. unci Mrs.
E. II .Faruhnm, Miss F. I.. Curtis,
Miss M. G. Worrall, 0. II. Gurllch, Miss
Russell, T. C. Van Ness, P. I. Smith
and wc, S. Ultchborn, L. E. l'lukhnin,
Rosenberg, Mrs. Mclltss, Percy But
ler, Lord Henry Tliynno, J. J. Wells,
Mrs. J. W. Mnttcsaa, Mrs. C. E. Mor
gan, Miss O. E. Rowan, Mr. and Mrs.
Tuttlc, Mrs. Kctcham, Jas. Pash and
wife, T. Matsnuka, J. C. Fltzsimmons.
Fifteen Tlioustind Itlesscd.
Romo, Feb. 22. Thcro was nn Im
pressive sceno in St. Peter's today
when tho Popo gavo his blessing to 15,
000 Italian pilgrims who filled tho vast
basilica. Tho nppcaranco of Popo Leo
borno on tho Sedln Gcstatorla evoked
a tremendous outburst of enthusiasm.
The air resounded with "vivas." After
praying at the high altar tho Popo,
carried In St. Peter's chnlr, listened to
tho singing of anthems, In which the
congregation Joined. Tho Pontiff was
then borno through tho midst 'of the
crowd nud pronounced tho benediction.
At n recent congress of Russian
railway physicians It was decided that
hospital stations and baths should be
erected along tho lines, and special
bath cars run in somo regions, as Is
nod dono on tho Siberian railway.
BILLER SUFFERS HEAY1LY
(Continued from pngo 1.)
MiIch PrnlucH llocrt.
New York, Fob. 2S. Tho Wot M pub
llahta tho following Btatomont by Gen
"Cioiijd'a Btirrciulcr wna oxpected,
anil It was all that coultl bo expected
when 11 fo'reo of 3,000 holds out for ovor
a week ngalnBt a forco of G),000 train
"You will obaorvo that tho first re
ports said General Cronjo hull n forco
of 9,000 opposed to tho lirltish. Dui
only 3,000 Burrcndorctl. What lo
camo of tho other 0,000? Tho Import
ance of tho mil-render under sack clr
etimstnuees onl ylllustratcs tho light
ing valor of this handful of lloer pa-
tnotB. Thu olloct uf CiunJn'B kui len
der will bo to strengthen rather than
to weaken tho lloer patriot'!' rntiso In
Iinril Linos fop Build1.
London, Feb. 28. A spoclal despatch
from C'nlciiBO, dated Tuesday, February
"'I ho Doers nro endeavoring to out
Hank up, and fcrtvero lighting rontlu
ucs." Sir Itedvers Duller Is having n hard
time In Natal. It Is evident now, after
a fortnight's fighting, Hint ho was mis
led when bo wired that thoro was only
a weak rear guard between him and
Ladysmith. Apparently, somo ot the
hardest lighting of tho war took place
at tho end of last week, na an armis
tice was agreed upon to allow attend
anco upon tho wounded and burial ot
tho dead. Both shies must Lave lost
At any moment, however, nows may
conic of General Utillcr'H sucrcRS. Fri
day will begin tho fourth month ot tho
slcgo of the garrison, which Is Heemlng-
ly in a position whero It la nimble to
do anything to help General llulloi.
EXPERTS DON'T ENTItUbE.
London, Feb. 28.Tho war expert of
thu Morning Leader writes:
"Four thousand Boers and flvo 13
"On one sluo thrco and n half divi
sions and an enormous Increasing forco
with a mass of heavy urtlllcry. Yet
.he Bocis'havo kept up this contest for
more than a week aftor Gonoral Kclly
Kcnny caught them and after General
rVicnch headed them off tholr lino of
"Many of Cronjo's men hnvo got
iway and they have saved nil their ar
.llleiy. Whither they havo gono does
not yet appear. Those heavy guns
which used to make Mcthucn grind his
.eeth In Impotence, havo disappeared.
Wheio arc they now 7
"Why, of course, on tho way to
"Tho fact tac one-third of tho prls
jners are Free Staters docs not Induce
jonlldcnco that General Fronch will be
.ibla to Bparo many ot his mounted
troops for tho rcllci ot Mafoktng.
"It would not bo surprising If word
had alrcauy gono ordering Command
ant Snymau to concentrate back of
l'rctorla, or rather In Klarksdorf and
r'rotciitfstroon districts. For Colonels
Baden-Powell and Plumer, when they
loin forces, can threaten tho Rand and
11c capital from tho rear.
"1 tako It for granted that General
French and tho greater part of his
avail y arc on their way to Blocmfon-
:cln. 1 cannot linaglno anything bo
itilcidnl as that tho Boors would mass
it tho capital of tho Freo State
"Ladysmith has not yet been lellev
'd, ami tho very latest nows last night
is far from mooting what wo would
"Aro tho Boers presumably retiring
ar being reinforced?
"Aro they actually to outflank us?
"Tho very brevity of tho news com
pels us to bcliovo its truth and makes
us very uneasy.
"It is likely enough that, It tho
Micmy bus got away his big guns, ho
hna also sent back to tho noxt front
ho men who wero engnged In remov
ing tho guns.
"If General Joubert, too, can deliver
what an American general might call
'a mule's kick,' Joubert will not only
3ct nwny easily, but will glvo us somo
trouble beforo ho clears tho passes."
Tho military expert of tho Morning
"Tho surrender of Cronjo Is tho first
complete victory tho British havo won
In this campaign.
wo do not know tho slzo of tho
forre (hat has been destroyed.
"Lord Roberts announces ho has
1,000 men and has taken six guns.
"Aftor tho battle of Macorsfonteln
Cronjo's forco was estimated nt not less
tnnn 12.000 men. So nt least half of
his forco and most of his nuns Includ
ing tho largcs ones disappeared beforo
Ship Ht. tlolin Lost.
Sourubaya, Java, Feb. 23. The
American ship St. John. Captain Gates,
from New York for Yokohama, Is ro
ported lost by fire. All hands wero
saved and landed nt Banjoowange.
The S. John had a registered tonnago
of 1885 and was owned by J. F. Chap
man & Co. of Now Y'ork.
The Dcmocrntlc Convention.
Washington, Feb. 22. Tho next Na
tional Democratic Convention will bo
held nt Kansas City July 4th. This
wns tho decision of tho Democratic
National Committee, which met nt
tho Hotel Raleigh today to fix the
tlmo and placo of holding tho conven
tion. It has been officially nnnounccd at Rt.
Petersburg thnt tho first section of the
trans-Siberian division of tho Slberhm
Railway has been completed, and by
the middle of tho coming summer thora
will bo through communication by rail
and steamer between St. Petersbmg
and Vladlvostock, n dlstanco of 0,372
miles. It Is estimated thnt tho run can
bo made In twenty-four days.
-33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY, March Id.
AT ic O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen street,
Honolulu, will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Treasurer, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, tno following certificates of
BtocK In tho Palama Co-opcratlvo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with Interest thereon,
In paid before tho day of salo:
Also the followlne Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the seco d
assessment, with Interest theieon, Is paid
oeiore me day 01 sale:
Pacific Import Co.
Ladies', Misses' and
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.
to Cross the Continent
New York, Feb. 27. Tho Times mys:
Plans havo been partially completed
for a now great transcontinental rail
way lino, with a connecting lino of
steamships to Liverpool, by which tho
distance between that city and tho
Western grain States Is to bo shorten
ed 800 miles.
The now Mlhvnukco Southwestern Is
to bo part of this system, which com
pleted will extend to tho Paclllc CoaBt.
JatniB McNattght, who returned yes
terday from Mlhvnukco in speaking of
the scheme said:
"Tho final proposition ot tbo Mil
waukee Southwestern Railway Com
pany, which Is to bo built from Mil
waukee to Rock Island, will bo sub
mitted to tho county board of super
visors ot Mllwatikco tomorrow. The
proposition will unquestionably bo ac
cepted by a large majority. It will In
volve n subsidy from Milwaukee county
of $800,000 In county bonds to aid in
tho construction of the road, for which
the county Is to recclvo non-cumulatlvo
preferred stock of tho company. The
road will have seventy pound rails and
a standard gauge and tho manner In
which each part of the road la to bo
built Is clearly defined In tho contract
with the county. This road will bo
operated In connection with the Cana
da, Atlantic and the Great Northern
Railway of Canada. Tho lino of tho
Canada Atlantic and Ur connections
will bo used as far as Ottawa. From
Micro to Quebec tho connection will bo
furnished by tho Grent Northern of
Canndn which is now under construc
tion and will bo completed by Juno.
Tho lino will be In full operation to
Quebec by tho middle of August."
The Canada Atlantic has an outlet on
Georgian Bay, so that grain could bo
shipped from Milwaukee to this point
by steamer. Negotiations for the ac
quisition of steamers for tho now Quebec-Liverpool
ocean lino, which Is to bo
part of tho system are now pending.
II has not yet been definitely settled by
which routo tho Pacific Is to bo reach
ed, but It Is understood that ono of tho
existing lines will operate In harmony
with tho new routo to tho A tl an tie.
Jnpun Rat Alnrket.
Tho ofllclal market In rats nt Tokyo,
Osaka, Kobo nnd several other places
will, wo hear, bo discontinued for tho
present, now tnnt tho spread of tho
pest seems to havo been arrested. Our
readers may bo Interested to learn In
this connection that tho total number
of rats thus far purchased by tho po
lice authorities 111 Tokyo alone from
tho 15th up to tho 29th ult amounted
to its much as 53.GC8 nltogcthor, whllo
the rats brought to the authorities by
self-sacrificing folk who demanded
nothing for their trouble numbered '
117, thus making a total of 63,685.