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THE EVMN'IXU BULLETIN: IIUNULULU, II. I., SATURDAY, MAUOtI 10, UK):).
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A new lot of llic best Guava wood well burned Charcoal jut received.
In bulk or In bags. Chircoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils Soldering
furiacei, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
1 E. 0. -ALL
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the ByLaws and by
order of (he Bcurd of Directors of the
Olaabugar Co., I am directed to offer for
sale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
Morgin, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, at 12 o'clo l noon, I
the 3is day of March, iqoo, provided the '
assessments with inUrcst are not paid n '
or Deiore siij date at me otnee ot Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd build. ng.
3 WooJ.J Q. (trustee)
6 -Wood, J. 0- (irustee)
to-Wood, J Q. (tiustret
1 Wood, J. U. (truslee)
rj Wood. J Q. (trustee)
21 McTageart, Jno
2CJudd, C. H
U J legtr, C. J
06-Southwlck, T. S. -
128 Hollowav, J. F
2o; Wilcox. W. L
337 Dexter. Mrs. S. L
338 Sml'h, A. H
. 258 Farley, J. K.
267 oojacre, Geo
26S GooJacre Geo ,
?7o Goodicre. Gro
3iO-EJIi'RS, W. S
j4i- Avrrdam, Capt
387 Arendt, J. H
407 La Pierre, L. L
436 Giles, H. A
458 Hall, J. K
4f6 Oldliig. b E
480 Werdain, Miss Hei.ny
S30 Gardner, Wm. A
574-Hail. J. R
5S7 Holt, Jas. L
jas sain Kal Wing
614 Barnes, A
622 A'a erhou-e. Geo
706 Cr'Ss, F. J
701) Gonsaivei, M
712 Rudiigu-, J. P
714 laylor H. T
717 Aim n, H. C
718 mtnvcn, Oito A
?fQ-M imblv. H. T
782 Howard, H. W
781 H.iward, H W
784 How rd, H. vv
7t Howard, H. W
501 r-mpetoii, W. A
8j .Vilhrrs. W. a
840 Garvin, C. L
RSi Austin, Mrs H. C
920 Uistin, H. C
933 Nils. Jean
gV) .iirews, L. A
96c Richardson. A. W
9 ii Jlnck , A. H
97s ndres, A. N
tH4 Wiis, J
1 1G0, I'ay, J. I:
1170 Rav, J. E '.
123' Wo-d, J. Q
utf EdltmsW. S
T255 l.icvie, Mdora
12O0 Kd ms, W. S
iifiS-fc'dii.gs. W. S
1285 R'ce, Wiss Nellis
1292 Richardson, A. V
1329 Drkr, W. F
1332-D .kr.W. F
1334 rake, W. F
1335 Dnke. W. F
f 31C Ver, O. S
1341 Myer, '.T
13 12 yrr. H. R
1376 Aus In, D. I
1402 Garvin C. L
141a Ji'd.C H
1460 Kahookano, J. K
J. B. CASTI
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
.... 100 1
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Assessment Notice VVala
lua Agricultural Com
Notice Ishereb- Mven that an assess
ment of Co per cem nas been levied upon
the 10,000 shares. iew Issue, of the Wal
lua Agricultural Cj , Ltd., and that the
ame will be due and payable at the office
f Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Jan. 15, 1000.
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
& SON, Ltd
WEEK OF MARCH 5.
Complete Change of Program,
Thre2 Nights Only
And Her Animated S ng Sheet.
In a New and Original Sketch.
The Modern Samsi n.
The Full Strength of the Cimpany In the
The Coon's Frolic
Song, Choruses Take Walks, Dances,
Razor Fights, Chicken Feathers and
To 615 Fort St..
(Next to Ed. A.Williams, Undertaker),
And Is now prepared to supply every
variety of Cut and Gr wing Plants.
Sprays. Bouquets, Wedding and Funeral
Designs execut-d on short notice.
A large variety of Rotej and other plants
Notice of Assessment,
Notice Is hereby given that the ninth
assessment of ten (10) per cent nn the
capital .tockoi the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT AND LAND CO. will be due
ind payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 41 1
Fnrt (upstairs), Honolulu, on the 1st day
March. The shares upon which as
sessment may remain unpaid after thlrtv
Javs trom said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. GII.MAN,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, March 1, 1000. 1419
DurlnJ Good IJchnvlor.
Walluku, Marcn 9. A meeting ot tho
Hul Alna o Huclo, (Hticlo Land Com
pany) wna held at Huclo on Thursday
morning. President J. K. Smytho sent
In his resignation and It was accepted.
Dcsldcs other routlno business, the fol
lowing olllccrs wero lected to serve
during good behavior: A. N. Kepol
kal, president; H. P. Baldwin, vlco
president; F. C. Allen, secretary; H.
N. Landtord, treasurer. Tho officers
also constitute tho board ot director.".
Mr. Baldwin has now tho controlling
Interest In mo IIu..
Maul Prices Rising.
Walluku, March 9. Port Costa flour
Is quoted at $3 a sack at Kula, while
kcroseno oil Is 25 cents per pint bottle.
Harry Eldrcdge, who has Just returnM
from that distrlc. says that It is more
expensive to live in Kula now than at
the Palaco hotel.
No moro cigars aro to bo had In any
of tho Walluku stores and smokers aro
using tho pipe now.
s2S" a lint ftfr fK.rrioM; fa etnli ilr.
, .( iA iJ fo.rnli a mmit itotntbi
tt(iptit JvttttHHt tixr nflttj tbl rxN if HaiotviV,
."HI M Y At'UL vti tr strie 01 luitu ai;
' l-nnJoJ ,l Onfr cjn l..nr tm. lyrtn
ftp'. 1 r iJiet'li nj cc. f-pily at the -L' U
SrAULD .rmift u-6-i
pot Nll-A rRC;LnT UICY. LB ai J S Mar
I il Mjlior h p .n nrt ttrrrt. II n I cj If J inr
1'itrnJ v will ll Ovtn'i cancel th he I ty
ra)lnR lut litis al anJrjuoie Kti-iw
I OSTTDUNDLE'oFHED'silr;, rrra Tn
I-. faitrnarkca II. F. Khlcfi & Cu. l-iiutr will
pltawitturnt this ullict. m6t
LOST f'n 11'rctjnlastrr.t, ThursJiy. three srall
KbVS llf J lofhff ih a str.ni; I InJrr will
rtturn them tu this ufllceanJ et$i.yireari urtw t
POK SAU A co H Weh,r Squsre PIANO. Jioo.
r AdJte as J W.. I'. O. Hot so. U7.wi
pOR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Yours St..
I opposite L II. Dee, Liq. Inaulreol i. E.
FOK SALE $1000. LOT In belt pinion nl Kalihl
sliefloxiso. Applv to
No. ) o Fort sireet.
FOR SALE Choice POTTED PLANTS nr site
next door to Mr. J. II. Di.vi't Walklkl Road.
PR SALE $050. LOT at Kalihl on main sireet,
slie 75x110 Apply to
No. 1.0 lott sireet.
PR SALE J1400. Leas of Cottage centrally.
to years to run. Ground rent $11 per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
144) No 110 Fort strett.
POR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. By J. M.ViVAS. ijSa
ANTED General Ai;ent: only Rood gasoline
lamp on mvket, reaJy seller, petttrms, eislly
llc'.ted. Uverc mes competition. P. e I ss Lamp Co.,
too Railway Exchange Itidg.. t Louis. M, 14 to
'" MN. Impoiled euod onW. (tor advettlslne
purpose) over tvo choke iesigns. Hangers, Paels.
Cut-outs, etc 1 Impoi ted dfect by us Tn mo.t at
rict ve and rt selling line 01 th market v Adaress
tih ret.ences. sia'lnc experience MiCm CiSl
wANK'NUTt AND LI Id CO , St. Louis. Mo.
AANTED I ADY CI FRKS wanted
3 . NCLAIVD H'KtRYi
WANTED-G OD CASDY At'KER.
UANTcD-riVD MESSENGER liOYS at once.
vv Airerkan Messeneer Sirvlce. Ilmel and A a-
kea streets. 14.9
UANTED-N. F BURGESS dors all kinds of
v small tepalrlng. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are sttclai'les. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by rlnjnjc up aaj Also a tew for rent
Kensacia street ii4n-r
WANTED Men tu know tlut tly can e navrd
by awhile barber tor ijien.s at II. Jbl-Fb.
6iqK Fort street, opp Club Stables taootf
FCR RENT 1 HOUSE nn Klnau street, at present
occupied by Mr. McClanihan.
1470.U G. e. BOARDMAN.
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Qjeen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent. 1 467.1m
TO LET Theresldeme of John Ena at Walklkl.
lurnlsh d or unfurnished Large yarj and
house, ban and stable To let as a whole or In
part For further particular., a pi to J JHN tNA
at I IS N .o. office. Queen sireet. u64tf
1 Ilk ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. i)a
PROTECT 1AO VALLEV.
Tho News learns from a rcllablo
source that a stato ot affairs exists In
Iao valley which cannot bo corrected
Abovo the gato nnd on tho tablo
landB, known and admired by tourists
fiom all parts or the world, cattlo and
horses arc allowed to pasturo at will,
among them n large band of work
oxen, more than twenty In number.
In many places where six months
ago, tho tall ferns and luxuriant foil-
ngu mailo a fit setting fur tho Yoscmlto
' of Maul, there aro now nothing but
miry cattlo trails and the ground is
grazed bare. '1 ho young foliage Is be
ing destroyed, nnd It this continues our
beautiful valley will In tlmo rcscmblo
an Arizona nrroyo.
It is ndmltted that the ravages of
cnctlo have deforested tho Islands, nnd
if allowed to range at will in Iao val
ley tho same result will Inovltably fol
low. Once the follago of tho valley Is de
stroyed, Iao river will ccaso to bo ns It
is now, the reservoir ot .. constant sup
i piy of fresh water. Eveiy rain that
i camo would send down a muduy
stream of water, and then the bed or
the liver would remain dry and dusty
till another rain. The pcoplo of Wal
lultu and Kih.ultil will soon bo drawing
their supply of drinking water from
Iao valley direct, and It Is not a pleas
ant thought that It will como down
defiled by cattlo and liorso pastures.
Tho government should (and prob
ably will) mnko a public park of Iao
valley, nnd In the meantime tho peo
plo of Walluku should see to It that
Its beauty Is not marred by cattlo and
horses. Maui News.
Torolhnt Dl'n't Come.
Walluku, March 9. E. Montgomery
obtained permission from Dr. Garvin
last week to ship taro to W. L. Wilcox
of Honolulu per Claudlno this week,
and ICO bags of taro wore got ready
ror snipment. Tho Claudlno returned
from liana today and the purser de
clines to take the taro to Honolulu.
Mr. Montgomery Is at a loss to know
what to do with tho taro already pull
ed, aud will most likely sell It to Chi
nese pol factories at a CO per cent loss,
rather than sco tho wuola lot rot away.
It is interesiinp; to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel street wind w, where
evident es of his skill are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and nth r art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
t or additloii4l sir ppmif News see sevent.i pue.
Weather Bureau, l'uuahou, March 10.
-Ttmieiutuic Morning minimum.
C9; Midday maximum, 7C.
Harmnctir at 9 a. m. 29.99. Steady.
Dew Point CG K.
Humidity at 9 n. m. CO tier cent.
Diamond Head . gnnl Station, March
10. Weather hazy; wind light SB.
Ilaik off harbor, too hazy to mako
Friday, March 9.
Am. sehr. Iluby A. Cousins, Walton,
from Ran Francisco, February IS; 300
tons general mcrchandlso consigned to
C. II. Greenwood.
Stmr. J. A. Cumins, Scarlc, from
Saturday, March 10.
Stmr. Claudlne, McDonald, trom
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from San
Francisco via Kauai.
Friday, March 9.
Br. bk. Berwickshire, Blanche., for
Nor. bk. Solvclg, for tho Sound in
Stmr. Upolu, HInnlngscn, for Hawaii
Saturday, March 10.
Stmr. Maul, Welsbarth, for Molokal
TO 8AIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwill, Koloa and Walmca.
Am. sp. Luetic, Wickberg, for San
Francisco with cargo of 2,100 tors su
gar. Sutulny Afternoon Concert.
The following will bo tho program at
Mitkco Island Sunday afternoon at 3
Overture "Italian in Alglcr" ....
Adagio "Sonata Pathotlnuo" ....
Finnic "Carmen" Bizet
Grand Selection Tho Lombardl-
"Ilcmlnisccnocs of All Nations"...
Ballad "Tho Light of tho World"
Gavotte "Dawn of Lovo" ... Herman
Overture "Titus" Mozart
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Emma Square Concert.
The following program will bo given
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at Emma
March "Llko Lchua" Bcrgcr
Overture "Ten Girls nnd No Hus
Fantasia "The Prlnco's Air"....
Selection "La Travlota" Verdi
Waltz "Artist Life" Strauss
March "Ho InkI" Bcrgcr
The Star Spangled Bannor,
Record o? Den
March 9 K. Yamamoto . Japancso
male, 2G, heart disease, Puunui.
Kolanl, Hnwallan female, 8,
typhoid fovcr, Kallhl-wacna.
John Henry Mossman, Hawaiian
talc, 8 months, tuberculosis, Walklkl.
Frank Mctcalf, Hawaiian male. 4G.
consumption, Bcrctanla street
Ah Lung, Chlneso male, C, typhoid
March 10 Amakawa, Japancso malo,
1 week, meningitis.
Mary Ahla, Hawaiian fomalo, 43,
tubercular phthisis LoIpo.
VckscIh at Kultulul.
Walluku, March 9. Tho following
vessels aro now In Kahulul harbor:
Tho Hawaiian bark Nuuanu, bkt Dora
Bluhm, Br. sp. Antlope, sshr. Novelty,
schr, Helen Kimball, and four masted
Tnylor Doing Gnod Work.
Walluku, March 9. J. T. Taylor,
civil engineer, is in Walluku now, and
Ij making preparations tor his work ot
laying tho water plpc3 of Walluku.
Th' rH of honor amons! the na
tio'i's th'ff nderc :s tjiven 'n un I
The undersigned will unJertakc the
fiimlgitlono; f-riht as pr Schedule of
Merchants' Commitie, destined for In'er
Isl.md ports, unJer supervision of the
Board ff Health, under the following
1. That shippers asume all 1 1 Ic on
goods from fi e or dam.tge through turn!
Ratlin. 2. That shipper agree to pav pro rat'
actual cot 'or fumigation and cartage to
After a week's trial, further fumlgit'on
rray be undertaken, subject 1 1 regulation
and charges to be determined by the first
All shipments must be a xohipanled by
a quadruplicate shipping receipt, made out
In uual form.
The Pacific Mill Fumigation Warehouse
will be read, to receive fr Ight for fumiga
tion at 7 a. m. on Monday, the 12th Inst,
(signed), HUSTACE & CO.
PECK Si CO.
Honolulu, March 10, 1900. 1476WI
AuCt iOHEER AND
tl 33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY. March 14.
AT ic O'CLOCK A. M.t
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen street,
Honolulu, will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Treasurer, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, tno following certificates ot
stocK In tho Palama Co-opcratlvo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with Interest thereon,
Is paid beforo tho day ot sale:
No. No. of No. No. of
CU. Shares. Ctf. Share?.
67 1 89 2
71 2 90 2
72 t 91 1
74 1 91 1
75 2 94 2
76 2 95 4
77 1 96 2
78 2 97 1
83 1 98 2
81 1 99 1
82 2 100 1
83 1 lot 2
84 1 102 1
8; 1 to; 1
86 2 106 I
7 I ...
88 2 ... . .
Also the following Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the seco d
assessment, wiih Interest theieon, Is (.aid
beicre th: day ot &ile:
No. No. of No. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Sharos.
40 1 54 1
4t I 55 I
42 : 56 1
43 I 57 2
44 4 58 I
45 2 50 2
40 1 Oo 1
47 1 61 1
48 1 62 1
49 I 6, 1
50 1 64 1
51 I 65 4
52 1 66 I
JAS. F. MORU.J.
Pacific Import Go.
Ladies', Misses' ahd
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.
FOR BUILDING INSPECTOR.
(Continued from page 1.)
SHIPMENT OF FREIGHT.
Mr. Smith presented n report from
tho committee on Bhlpmcnt of freight,
signed by himself, F. J. I.owrey, Ed
mund C. Snoicy, Jnmcs Wakcllcld and
J. F. Humburg, as follows:
"Your committee on shipment of
freight, nftcr several mccctlngs with
tho transportation companies and In
terviews with merchants, desire to
mako a supplementary report upon the
"It seems Impracticable to arrange,
for hot air disinfection on account of
the cost ot Installing a proper plant,
nnd also on account of tho tlmo which
would bo required to get ono into opor
ntlon. "Wo thcrcforo suggest that If any
merchants desire to make shipment ot
goods which will not stand tho acid
disinfection or sulphur fumigation,
they mako their own arrangements for
hot nlr disinfection at tho plant al
ready In operation, and that a certifi
cate of such disinfection from there
shall allow of tho shipment without
further treatment, provided that goods
shall bo conveyed on covered trucks
from said plant to point of shipment.
"Wo would also suggest that Bhlp
mcnt bo allowed ot other goods than
formerly provided for, namely, that
goods of American and European man
ufacture or production, other than In
original cases, bo allowed, provided
that all goods shall bo loosely packed
In containers wulch shall havo open
spaces equal to one-eighth of tho sur
face, to permit tho free access ot fumes
to all parts of tho containers, and
goods so packed be treated with sul
phur vapor for a period of twelve
hours, or hot air for ono hour.
"Arrangements havo been mado by
which tho transportation companies,
under direction of ofilcers of tho Board
of Health, will attend to the acid dis
infection at tho point of shipment, and
receive freight tor sulphur fumigation
at tho P. M. S. S. Co. wnarf and trans
fer same from these points, making a
chargo therefor. Tho hot nlr disin
fection must bo provided for as indi
Tho report was adopted.
SHORTAGE OF CATTLE.
Tho secretary reported that tho con
tractors for furnishing cattlo to the
Leper Settlement wero away behind in
the supply and that tho contract ex
pired tho end of this month. Tho con
tractors blamed tno steamship com
panies for failure to glvo transporta
tion. Thcro was no bond given by the
C. B. Reynolds, executive officer ot
the Board, was on motion ot Dr. Emer
son Instructed to demand from the con
tractors delivery of the maximum num
ber of cattlo for this month at the set
tlement. Dr. C. E. Camp was recommended for
license to practlco medicine, the board
of examiners having reported favor