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BULLETIN: HONOLULU, HTL, MONDAY,
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A new lot of the best Guava wood well burned Clureo.il just received.
Inbuilt or In bigs. Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to John
OLAA fcUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice,
In accordarce with the Bj -Laws and by
order of the BorJ of Directors of the
jax sugar -o., i am uirecieu io oner lor
axe at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, at 12 o'clo.U noon, I
the jist day ot March, loco, provided the
assessments with interest are not paid n
or before slid date at the office of Alexan
der cV Baldwin, Judd building.
Cert. Nam. Shares.
3 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
ood, J. Q. (trustee) too
io-Wood,J Q. (trustee! loo
1 wood, J,
ix Wood. J. O. (trustee) 100
5Zj' jjaKcaru Jno 60
Ti Jaeger C. J." '".'.'.."!!.'."!!." 50
(6 Soutnwick, T. S, ........!!!"!" 100
126 Holloway, J. I- M
30J Itu v. I-. ju ,
-VMUI V. I. SU
ttT r)v.tiT. Mr. S. 1 100
ajj Smith, A. H 500
25S harley, J. K 25
sfir-Gooj.acre, 9 l
a65 Goouacre Geo 25
770-GoodKre. Geo 25
321 Edings, V. S 3J
34i rtvrruani, apt 17
38 Arendt, J. H 8
40- La Pierre, L. L 8
43( -Giles, H. A 31
4.?-Hall, J. I? 77
jH OMing, E. E 33
& erd.ini. Miss Henny - 8
sj( Gardner, Win. A 17
SifZHoit. Jas! 'l."".""""!.'!!!";!!1! 17
58-' ainKal Wing "!!.!"! 8
6i Barnes, A .. 33
6L:Wra, P f' 7.7
-o Gonsalves, M 33
71 Rodrlgue, J. P 17
71 Taylor H. T 5
717 Austin, H. C 42
7-8-BlerbdCh,Oito A 17
7 H unb'v. H. T 35
3 M d h' w
78 Hovlr' H. vv!! "."..... !.!!". 100
78 Howard) H, W 100
701 rvmoeto", W. M 30
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8S1 Austin. Airs H. C 18
920 Austin, H. C 17
cjU Riis, Jem 50
939 "l,ri ws L. A 75
it Kldiardxun. A. W 5
-. iVI e. w. ? IOO
01. Olnev A.H 20
irn. Andrews. A.N 50
1U4 Mlii, J 25,
Itfir ay, J. E IOO
1170 iay, J. t 100
1 231 Woiid, J. Q 30
l2iC Edincs, W. S 25
S2?5 Llevre, Isldora 500
1260 Ed.nfcS, W. S 14
i-5-Edings. W. S 17
3?Ss ' ce, Miss Nellls 15
12111 Richardson, A. W 25
13s) Drake. VV, F 15
1-332-D ake.W. F 100
1334' rake, W. F 35
tJ35 Drtke. W. F 50
13V: Vieer, O. S 100
1341 -ye r.T 200
1342 Meyrr, H. R 50
i6 Auvln.D. L 17
1401- OmU-, W. F 15
lips Garvin C. L 10
1430 J'hld, C H 25
1469 Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTi.E,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
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ness CTice, Telephone 256.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1900.
Hcport of cases of Bubonic Plague
n Honolulu to week ending March 10,
Previously reported ....
Week ending March 10,
Total number cases to
date 05 5G
In the hospital this dato 9
C. U. REYNOLDS,
Executive Olllcor Board of Health.
The Hoard of Officers appointed to
examlno Into and report upon the pro-
nosed modification of the existing hnr-
bor ,lncs nt Hono111111 w,n bo nt th0 Do"
l10t Quartermaster's office, Honolulu,
fiom Monday, March 12, to Friday,
Inclusive, between tho
. o , . , , ... ininrpotp,!
In tho roposed change of mo harbor
lines aro Invited to glvo tho Doard,
either orally or In writing, .aclr views
regarding tho same.
Minister ot tho Interior,
Wh,1 a ncrl0(1 ot Quarantine con-
tlnucs, no person, without ft permit
from tho Board of Health, or nn agent
of tho same, shall bo allowed upon, or
anY wharf, vessel or placo which
lms been put In Quarantine, whether
8Uch quarantlno has been established
. . , . , , ,
t0 Protect such wharf, vessel or place,
or Inconsequence of Infection therein.
No pcrson Bhil11 llcllvcr unon- or rc-
cclvo from, a quarantined wharf vessel
or place, any goods, parcel or thing,
unless by permission of tho Board of
Health or nn agent of tho same.
C. B. WOOD,
Picsldcnt Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. I., March 9, 1900.
BLX1ULATIONS FOR SHIPMENT OF
Ofllcc of- the ooanl of Health, Honolu
lu, H. I March 10, 1900.
Shipment ot goods to tho other Isl
ands may bo mado under tho following
conditions anil restrictions:
1. Tho "Klnau" and I. I. S. N. Com
pany wharves shall" bo.kept aa quaran
tlno wharves., ffr'
2. Goods of American and English
production or manufacture may bo
shipped If in original unbroken and
tight wood or metal containers, said
containers to bo subjected to disinfec
tion by ncld solution nt said wharves.
3, Goods ot American and English
production or manufacture In original
packages, or in re-packed containers,
providing such containers have open
ings left equal to one-eighth tho sur
face, may bo taken to tho P. M, S. S.
dock for fumigation by sulphur for
4. Machinery and corrugated Iron,
after acid disinfection.
G. Coin, which must havo been
boiled, after acid disinfection ot con
tainer. 6. Rice, If prepared direct from
paddy under supervision of an agent
ot tho Board of Health at Hopper's
rice mill, packed in new sacks and de
livered in covered drays direct to the
wharf, without further treatment
7. Flour, feed, fodder, fresh vege
tables and fruits from now quarantined
Y"frr- dl in Ittt tolumn utltbi tnurttd atHurU
) ihnifrl imitlion, to emit ioJlllt.
(low, vtctnlii titik anJ tottnlt month Tbtltltti
tbtaf til iJvtrlwnt lr cjflttJ 161 ftoplt of Honolulu.
I OST A K.niUman's SCAHIM'IN rtlaiionJ set-i-
1'nit I'l a t .turn (u bulletin Ollne -ni re
ceive Ihcril rearJ.
I OST-A RUNDL" Or HCD SILK,
- patr narksJ II F. Chlers & Cu.
please leturn I this office
I iiwrr will
I OT On n-tttinlatrel ThiirsJjy, thr.e rail
- KlVSlkJt) e'her with a jinnic llnJrr will
return then to this nfflce nJ ttl Ji ,otewirJ i47Vi
UMNTFD-Fl'RNISIIED or UNFUKslNHbD
VV Know or Outface rrauka o Thomas Square
or School treet. wanted by young Rentlcmsn At
Du letln Office. i47J-it
WANTtO-FIVE MESSENGFK nOYS t once,
Arrerlcan Messenger Service, Hotel nJ A a
kea streets. 1449
WANrFD-N. r. BUROESS does all WnJs ol
small tepalrlnir. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call"
ed for, by rioting up a. Also a few for rent
Pensacnla street 1446-11
WANTED Men to know that they can get hved
by a white barber for t) cen.s at ft. JEFFS,
6igW Fort street, opp Club Stable tsoo-lf
COR SM C Lovely Home on H-retanla street. Lot
I 100x140 Neat cottage. Modtrn Improvement!,
Plenty shade servants house, stable &c
4?7tf Real Estate Dealer.
COR SALE 4 ear Lease of 7 feet frontage 0
illlha strett. Huslniss property
i47-tf Real Estate Dealer.
RR SALE Llllha street Lot iomioo with two cot
taees. Business cent'e ni feel frontage to
Real Estate Dealer,
PR SALE Long Lease about lootioowlth a nice
cottages plenty room for more buildings, King
street near business centre. 1'
L C AULIS,
t,7Vtf R.al Estate Dealer.
COR SALfc-A go -d Weber Square PIANO. $100.
r Address J V , P. O ttnx o. t.7 t
COR SALh-TWO COTTAOts on You.ig si,
I oppovlte L II. Dee, Esq, Inquire of (i. E,
COR SALE $icoo. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
s sneSoxiso. Applv to
No J o Tort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PLANTS 'or sale
s neat door to Mr. J, fl. UvJ's Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE JVjso LOT at Kallhl on main street,
slteTSxtto Apply to
No. 1 o l-ort s'reet,
FOR SALE $ 1400. Lease of Cottage centrally
90 sears to run. Grounl rent $ia per mon'h.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVlDGr
441 No jio Fort stre-t.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. By J. M.VlVAS. 1)81
RR RENT 1 HOUSE on Klnau street, at presen
occupied by Mr. McClanahan.
MTo-tf O. E. BOARDMAN.
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuami
slreet, at reasonable rent. 7467-101
TO LET Thtresldeme of John Ena at Walklkl.
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn an I stable. To let as a whole or In
part For further particular., arpl to JOHN ENA
ail 10 n. iwQ. nmcp yneen ureei. 1404-n
THErLOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. nil
FOUNDHAY MARE, white stripe on forehead:
branded i O Owner can have same by paylne
ejipens sfuradmilsing, eic. Apply at the C
ne ii.i u
a 1 aulev foil street
FOUND-rt CkUm-EM UICYCLE at J.SMar
tl i' ullur sn p nn ' ort. street. If not ca led for
lotendivs will sll 0n r can get the whcl by
patlng) rthlsal and'rouhe W7S-'w
wharf, or from clean vessels in tho
8. Coal, In bulk or bags, brick, lime,
cement, firo clay, and acid fertilizers
9. Lumber, to bo thoroughly wet
with salt water at tho vessel, and In
all cases to bo discharged into tho
water at point of destination.
10. A chargo for disinfecting ami
fumigating as Indicated may bo mado
by tho transportation companies.
11. No responsibility Is assumed for
damngo arising In connection with
treatment of goods.
12, Goods of such nature that dam-
ago would likely bo sustained, from
cither of the methods mentioned, may
bo shipped without further treatment,
provided they nro kept In tho hot air
plant nt a tempcrnturo of 230 degrees
F. for ono hour, nnd a certificate to
that effect accompany tho goods;
transfer to bo mado on covered drays
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health,
1 1. ,-Ct
uliUb OF -CHOOL OPENING.
Th following government schoils In
the District of Honolulu will reopen at
9 o'clock a. in , on Monday, March 1 2th
viz., High School, all grades. Kaakopua
Wallupe, Walklkl, Manoa, Maklkl, Pau-
a, MJemae, Kallhi-waena, Kai.hl-uka,
by order of the Department of Publl
475-3t C T. RODGERS.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
Ho 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14. 1899.
for addiilon.il Shipping Newi see seventn page.
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, March 12.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GG; Midday maximum, 79.
I(n ometer at 0 n. m. 29.87. l-'nlllng.
Dew Point C2 V.
Humidity at 9 n. m. G9 per cent.
Diamond Hcnd Signal Station, March
12. Weather na7yj wind fresn SW.
Saturday, March 10.
Br. bk. Helen Denny, Mahon, Gl days
Sunday, March 11.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Scnrlo, from
Schr. Ada, , from Moloknl.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ka
aunl and Nllhau.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmorson, from
Stmr. Norau, Wymnn, from Kauai.
Monday, March 12.
Am. yncht Hover, Flthlan, from Apia
Saturday, March 10,
Am. sp, Lucllo, Wlchlicrg, for San
Frnnclsco with sugar.
Am. bk. Ocylon, Wilier, for Son
Francisco, with sugar.
Stmr. Maul, Bennett, for Hawaii nnd
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Schr. Kaulkcaolc, , for Hawaii.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. James Makco, Tullett, for Ka
paa nt 4 p. m.
Go to tho Pacific Vchlclo and Supply
Co. for fine carriages.
Card of Thunks.
Mr. Wong Leong. president, and Chock
Tong, treasurer, of the Chinese Hospital
received from Mr. Chang Gnu of E. O.
Hall & Son lioa donated by Mr. Geo. P.
Castle for 'lie relief of the sick.
The Officer ot the Hospital wish to
express their thanks to Mr. Castle and
acknowledge fhe receipt of the donation.
Any future donation can be (eft with
Mr. Chang Chau for the Hospital and
will be greatly appreciated
Signed WONG I EONG,
I477l3t CHOCK TONG.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Limited, will be held at the office of the
Compiny. Quten street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. m. IN. fc. ufc,
Honolulu, March 12, toco. 4ld
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
THE ADJOL.tNED ANNUAL meet
ing of the Hawaiian Sugar .Co. will be
held on Monday, March 19th, 1900, at
10 o'clock a. m., In tho Chamber ct
W. L. HOPPER,
At a meeting of the Stockholder rf the
HONOLUl U CHINESE CHROFICLE
CO., LTD., held at the United Chinese
Society Hall, on the loth dayofMtrch,
A. D. 1900, the following officers weie
elected for the ensuing year:
Chu Gem, President.
W. C. Weedon, Vice-President.
Lin "Mien Clww, Secretary.
Ho Fon, Treasurer.
The following constitute the Board of
D'rectnrs: Wong Leong, L. Ahlo, Alex
LIN SHbN CHOW,
March r. irvn. 1 47 7-3 1
WEEK OF 1AKCH 12.
Entire Change of Program,
HEARDE AND BERESFORD,
a New and Original Sketch, "The
In Sensational Feats of Strength.
Equilibrist and Juggler.
nd Her Animated Song Sheet.
THE RICH RDS.
In a New Sket h "Thinking, Thank,
THE ORPHEUM MALC QUARTET,
In an Original Sketch. "Tramps from
THE ORPHEUM STOCK CO.,
In a Screamlne One-Act Comedy,
I! 33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY". March 14.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen Btrect,
Honolulu, will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tho Treasurer, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, tno following certificates of
stocif In tho Palama Co-operntlvo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with Interest thorcon,
Is paid before tho day of sale:
No. of No. No. of
Shares. Ctf. Share?.
1 89 2
2 90 2
1 91 1
1 03 1
2 94 2
2 95 4
1 96 2
2 97 I
t 98 2
1 99 1
2 100 1
I 101 2
1 102 I
1 103 I
2 too 1
Also the following Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the seco d
assessment, with Interest theieon, Is paid
before the day ot sale:
Pacific Inpt "Co.4
Ladies', Misses' and
Childrens' . .
10 per cent, discount on all CASH
PURCHASES in that department.
REMNANT . SALE
in all departments.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
WHEN CRIME RAN RAMPAFT.
(Continued from pago 1.)
Tho nccounts of tho natives state
thnt Downing attacked them whllo
they were ejecting him from a bouse
for his abuse ot hospitality. Down
lug's story Is that a woman, with
whom ho had taken up, had warned
him that tho natives Intended to rob
him, and that his use of tho knlfo was
made when they took hold of him and
tried to abstract tho gold from his
Downing claims to be a houso paint
er nnd carriage maker, but has not
worked nt cither ulnco coming to Ho
nolulu, Ho says he has worked on the
railroad here and aa n guard at Kallhl
detention camp. Tho gold In hls'poa
bcssIoii when he got Into tho trouble
he claims -to have earned at the St.
Nlrbnlas hotel In San Frnnclsco. Ac
cording to tho pollco authorities here
he Is a gambler, and his friend Has
kell a bird of tho samo feather. Has
kell on being searched yielded up a
slingshot with a deadly load of about
n pound of lead.
The Knknnko Frncns.
Walter King, nn electrical worker, Is
In custody charged with attempted as
sault with a knlfo on George. Richard
nt Kaknako. King nnd hlg.,wlfo had
been notified to give up a houso at
Knkaako. Rlcharu nnd others allcgo
that Sunday afternoon Mrs. King be
gan destroying tho furnlturo In tho
house. Ho lntcrcfcrctl with tho pro
cess, when King went at him with a
knlfo. As ho fled tho neighbors came
to his rescue and going after King
would Imvo uono him up. Tho pollco
caught him ojs ho was getting over a
fence, howovor, where ho dropped tho
knife. King was found considerably
battered when overtaken. Ho'asacrts
ho never took out his knife, but that
it was taken from his pockot by tho
The Attempted Burglary.
Shortly after 3 o'clock Sundny morn
ing Captain Bowers ot the Merchants'
Patrol surprised two men trying to get
into tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co.'s
store in tho renr. With his assistant
tho captain tried to corner tho burg
lars, but they got away under n fusl
lado ot bullets from tho patrolmen's
revolvers. Tho cellar door was found
pried open. William F. Love, a mem
ber ot the firm, mado an examination
and found nothing missing from tho
It is interest1 inp; to watch
the artist at work in King tiros.'
Hotel street window, where
evidences of his skill are al-
ways in view, special orders
for menu cards and oth r art
works .Iicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.'
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