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THE EVFN1NH BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MA.UOH 13, lUOD.
j Charcoal fif
ffl Charcoal m
ft Charcoal wu
In bulk or In bag. Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils Soldering,
furmce s, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal cr Blacksmiths
Next to John Nott
" )KiLTr-LLV .ItVk TTL'r T
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of ihe Burd .of Directors of the
Olaa bugar Co., I am directed to offer for
sale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
K. 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 & Baldwin, J11JJ building.
Cert. Name. Slures.
3 Wood. J. Q. (trustee) 100
6 -Wood, J. Q. (trustee) loo
to Wood. J O. (trusted 100
1 Wo id. J. O. (trustee) ico
13-Wnod.J Q. (trustee) loot
ji MciJiriMtt. Jnc toi
aC luJd, C H 100
Jieger, C. J 50
CO Soufiwick, T. S too
128 Hollowav. J. F if
207 Vllcox W.I 50
2j7 Dexter. Mrs. S. L 100
338 Sml'li, A. H 500
258 Farley, J. K. ... 25
267-fjoojjere, Geo 25
268 GooJacre Geo 25
770 Good icrr. Geo 25
329 Edlngs, W. S 3
341- Awdam, Capr 17
387 ArenJt, J. H 8
407 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, H. A : 33
458 Hall, J. R 77
46 Olding. li. E 33
48) Aerd.im, Miss He ny 8
539 Gardner, Win. A 17
374 Hall. J. R 57
5S7 Holt, J.ts. L 17
5!-8 S.un K.il Wing 8
614 B irnrs, A 33
6 2 Wa-erhou-e. Geo 113
706 Cr iss, T. J 67
709 GonMlve-, M 33
712 Kiidrlgue, J. P 17
714 l.ilor 11. I 50
717-Aift n, H. C 42
7l8-Hler fh. O to A 17
;6t Hambty. H. T 35
7i2 Hiuard, H. W 50
783-H.ittjrd, ti W 50
584 -How rJ. H. W ico
785 Howard, H. W too
701 -mneton. w. Al 10
838 Withers, W. S 100
840 Garvin, C. L 50
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18
920 Austin, H. C 17
913 RIM. J-m 50
959 Andrews, L. A 75
9O0 KIclurdMin. A. W 50
g',1 'Vle.VV.S .. ico
902 Olney, A. H 20
975 And.ews, A. N 50
1 1 14 Nils, J 25
1169 Ray, J. E., 100
1170 Rav, J. B 100
1231 Wood, J. Q 30
i2l6-EdlnRs, VV. S 25
1255 I-levre, Isl Jora 500
1260 Edmgs, W. S . 14
1265 Edlngs. W. S 17
1285 Rice, Miss Nellls 15
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1329 Drake, W. F 15
1332 Dake, W. F 100
1334 ''rake, W. F 35
1335 Drake, W. F 5
1336 ttever, O. S 100
1341 Meyer, r. T 200
1342 Meyer. H. R 5
1376 Austin, D. L 17
1401- Drake, W.F 15
1402 Garvin C.L 10
1439 Judd, C. H 2;
1460 Kahookano, J. K 8
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
well bumeJ Charcoil Just recelveJ. to
& SON, Ltd,
-v-yOUNG TENOtR CORN
TENDERS roll PIUNTINQ BIEN
Sealed tenders for printing 5,000 cop
ies of the Dlennlnl Report of tho Min
ister of Public Instruction, consisting
of approximately 150 pages of letter
press and 50 pages of tabular work,
will bo received at tho olHco of the De
partment until 12 o'clock noon of Mon
day, March 19, 1900. Didders will
plcaso stato their prices by tho page
for each kind of work, the slzo of typo
and quality of paper they proposo to
use, and tho limit of tlmo within which
they aro willing to bind themselves to
completo the Job. Pages to bo of tho
usual slzo for such reports. Tho Min
ister does not bind himself to accept
tho lowest or nny bid.
HENRY S. TOWNSEND,
Inspector General of Schools.
Honolulu, Murch 12, 1900.
UEGULATIONS FOR SHIPMENT OF
Olllco of tho .ooard of Health, Honolu
lu, II. I., March 10, 1900.
Shipment of goods to tho other Isl
ands may bo mado under tho following
conditions and restrictions:
1. 'Iho "Klnnu" and I. I. S. N. Com
pany wharves shall bo kept as quaran
2. Goods of American and English
modtictlon or manufacture may be
shipped If in original unbroken nnd
tight wood or metal contnlncrs, stld
contnlncis to bo subjected to disinfec
tion by acid solution at said wharves.
3. Goods of American and English
production or manufacture In original
packaged, or In ro-packed containers,
providing such contnlncrs havo open
ings left equal to ouc-clghth tho sur
face, mny bu taken to tho P. M. S. S.
dock for fumigation by bulphur for
4. Mnchlnciy nnd corrugated lion,
nftcr acid disinfection.
5. Coin, which must hnvo been
boiled, nftcr acid disinfection of con
tainer. C. Rice, If piepnred direct fiom
paddy under supoi vision of nn nKent
of tho Hoard of Health at Hoppers
rlco mill, packed In new sacks anil dc
Ilvercd In covcicd drays direct to the
wharf, without further treatment.
7. Flour, feed, fodder, fresh vege
tnbles nnd fruits from now quarantined
'wharf, or from clean vessels in the
8. Coal, in bulk or bags, brick, lime,
cement, flro clay, and acid fertilizers
9. Lumber, to bo thoroughly wot
with salt water at tho vessel, and In
nil cases to bo discharged Into the
water nt point of destination.
10. A chargo for disinfecting and
fumigating as indicated may bo made
by tho transportation companies.
11. No responsibility is assumed for
damago arising In connection with
treatment of goods.
12. Goods of such nature that dam-
ago would likely bo sustained, from
cither of tho methods mentioned, may
bo shipped without further treatment,
provided they aro kept In tho hot air
plant at a temperature of 230 degrees
F. for ono hour, and a certificate to
that effect accompany tho goods;
transfer to bo mado on covered drays
C. D. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
V2E altittJtHt tmtrlioht to ethti ttcondinitt'
m to ctnli tt ettt dud fo ttntl a montb Itit it ttt
btafitil ajvtrtlitnt tvtr vtftnJ Ihtptoptt of Honolulu,
LOSp SunJav afte m n iccnutir t tlol-si I
tiAlK I IN on Wine street or In Homn
Ptturn to tlilj offic a iJ recite re
I OSr A c.nilemanN SCARIM'IN; Hlimoni el--
t ne. I'lra e elurn tj Uulletln Ollue .nJ r-
Ce ve literal retvarJ
I OST-A HUNDLn OF RCD SILK,
L- r-T" rratkeJ II. I Llilert & Cu.
plMe tHurn I this office
LOVT On HtrtUnli stre-l Ihurvtay. intre siaiI
KhYStlrJtn eher lth a lrne llnJ.r will
return then to this ulfice anJ fcCtSi.sorewari u?s'
CuUND Asmill Hit txitwei hull his Ntn
1 plckeJ up at Marine Na Iway by Mr Du Hal
Owner may have same by apply ng at .Marine Utl'
way anJ paying: expenses . u?8 tt
COUND-nAY MARC. htli stripe on forehoai.
1 brtnJeJ S O Uner can have sime yplnf
epens sdr ajerilslns, etc. Apply at the CLI U
SrAtlLE-, Foitsirtet i4;6-iw
COUND-A CMESt-ENT H1CYCLE at J. A Mar-
tl i's tailor shrp on (nrt street. If nit cnleJ tor
In ten days will sell 0ner cancel the he-1 by
paying lor this ai anJ trouble tiT5'tw
TO LET-NICE rURNISIIEDFi)NT ROOM
1 with elictrtc llcht. Klnau. betwren Pensicola
anJ Victoria streets A U. I , Dox tot P, .
PR RENT 1 HOUSE nn Klnau street, at present
occupied by Mr. McClanahan
MTo-tl O.P. BOARD MAN.
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Motel, Nuuaiyj
street, at reasonable rent u6itm
TO LET Thej-eslJenie nt John Ena at Walklkl,
1 lurnlsh'd nr unfurnished. Larce vara and
house, barn an 1 stable To let as a whol or In
part For furthr particular., applv to JOHN bNA
at I I s w. 1 nitio tjueen street lasa-tr
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St
' rooms and attendance In city. 1
UANTED-ri'RNISHtD or UNTURMSHHJ
' njn or lilliJKe TailKa 01 I noma square
or School .tree!, wanted by young gentleman M
ti.. u.ih me..
IWANThD-nVC MESSCVGER BOYS at one.
vv An-fflcan Messenger Strvtce. Muitl and A a-
WANTLD-N. r. DUKdESS dot-s all kinds of
small repairing, Liwti Mowers anJ (iarJn
Hose, ire iclaitles Lawn Mower will be call
ed fur by rlntlnf up ai Also a few torrent
PenwrMa street ii4f
WANTED Men to know that they can eel vhtved
by 1 white barber for 15 cen.s at fl. JEFFS,
6iqU Fort street, npp Club tablet toqtf
FOI? sai r..
SA' E I nve ly H ime on Urrrtanla st'eet. Lot
100x140 INeat cottige. MoJ.rn Improvtments,
Plenty shad servants home, stab! &c
I . C ARLPS
UTT-tf Real Estate Df'aler.
FOR s LL a, year Lease of t$ feet frontage o
1 ilih 1 sire t Duslniss properly
L. I. ARLFS.
14T7-1I Real Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Llllha strert Lot soxioo with Iwo col
lages, business centie 10a feet frontage to
L. C. ADLES.
1477-tl Real Estate Dealer.
COR SALE Long Lea.e about fooaioowlth mice
I cottages plenty room for more buildings, King
street n.ar business centre. 1'
L C ABLIS,
4 TT-lf IjaEstateDealer1
PR SALI- A go A Weher Square PIANO. $100.
Address J W , P. O Dox jo. i4Twi
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young Si
' opposite I
ppolte L II. D.-e, Esq.
Inquire of tj. I:,
FJR SALC $1000. LOT In bet portion of Kallhl
site 80x1 jo. Applv to
No ! o Fort street.
COR SALE Choice POTTED PLANTS r sale
r neat door to Mr. J. II. B d's Walklkl Road.
FOR SALE $950 I OT at Kallhl on main street,
size tsxiso Apply to
No. o Fort s reet;
PR SALE $1400. Leas, of Cottage centrally.
30 years to run. Gr mnd rent $ia per mon'h.
Apply to ' WILLIAM SAVIDGF
1441 No 410 Fort street.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY BvJ. M. ViVAS
I or additional bh pplng News see seventii page.
Weather Uurcau, Punahou, March 13.
Tcnipcrntmo Morning minimum,
GO; Midday maximum, 78.
Uaromcter nt 0 n. m. 20.90. Rising.
Dow Point OSr.
Humidity nt 9 n. in. 55 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
13. Weather hazy; wind light SW.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Noeau, Wymnn, for Lahalna
and Knnnnpal! at 3 o clock.
Stinr. Knunl, Uruhn, for Elcelc, Wnl-
men and Kchnla nt 3 o'clock.
Stmr. Jnincs Mnkco, Tullett, for Ka-
pau at 4 o'clock.
"I nm a great admirer of Ben Jon
son," remarked tho doctor. "Every
thing ho tried to do was well done."
"And yet," said tho professor, "I
have always heard his spoken of as
rare Den Jonson." Ex.
It is intereMhij to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel street window, where
evidences of his skill are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and oth r art
work s .licited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
THE ADJOUINED ANNUAL meet
ing of tho Hawaiian Sugar Co. will be
held on Monday, March 19th, 1900, at
10 o'clock a. m., in tho Chamber of
W. L. HOPPER,
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Bvry thing new, clean.
neat and up-to-date in
We propose to maintain the high
standard of our
And request our customers
to telephone their orders for early
morning wagon delivery.
In order to commemorate this
occasion in a proper manner, we
propose to have a
On Saturday, Ma:ch ihe 17ih.
Everything HALF PRICE for
that day only, as follows :
Bread, aiv kind, foir $c lwe ioc
Any 25c Cake, such as fruit, jelly roll,
etc i$ each
2 doz-n Runs ex
1 d 'zen nills.. tec
Coffee, wl h CaWe, etc ioc
ire U'eam and Cike 15c
Ice Cream bud-t ce
4 sci'ackjges Chewing Gum for 10:
And all other orders in like pro
portion. Pro? Paul Egry
Will furnish MUSIC FOR THE
OCCASION, and WE INVITE
EVERYBODY IN HONOLULU
TO CALL IN ON US ON
Our Gala Day,
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
"What aro tho Inhabitants of tho
Sulu archipelago called?" asked the
"There Is no specific namo for them,"
replied the llttlo Doston boy. "They
may bo classified, perhaps, undor tho
general namo of fish. Thoro aro
sharks, (lying fish, and others, with
tortlscs or turtles of various kinds,
which, howover, are not flsh, but "
"What aro you talking about, Tlck
lowcll? I nm asking you about the In
habitants of .tho Sulu Islands."
"I beg your pardon: You asked mo
about tho inhabitants of tho Sulu ar
chipelago. I nssumo that ovorybody
knows an archipelago is merely a sea
or body of water interspersed with isl
Accounting for Kipling.
"HI hain't saw nothln' o our frien'
Kiplln' o' late," said Prlvato OrthenB.
"Orth'ns," Bald Mulvaney, "perhaps
the young mon do bo busy wrltln'
peace pothry." Philadelphia North
-33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY. March 14.
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, tne following certificates of
Btocn. in the Palama Co-operative Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with lntorcst thereon,
is paid ueroro tho day of sale:
No. No. of No. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Hhares.
67 1 89 2
71 2 90 2
n 91 1
74 1 03 1
75 2 94 2
76 2 95 4
77 1 96 2
78 2 97 1
Ho 1 98 2
81 1 99 1
82 2 100 1
83 1 toi 2
84 1 102 1
05 1 103 1
86 2 106 1
88 2 ...
Also the followlntr Certificates of stock
In the same Company unless the seco d
assessment, with Interest theieon, Is pM
belure the day ol sale:
JAS. F. MORG S,
Pacific Import Co.
Fort Street PROGRSS BLOCK Fort Street
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
We have placed on sale a
large Invoice off BROWN DRESS
LLNBN imported direct from the
Loom off Belfast, the prices we
put on all the grades we know
cannot be duplicated again and
we thereffore call your atten
tion to take advantage off this
25 pieces Brown Drees Linen (special) at 20c
25 " " " " " 25c
25 " " 35c
We guarantee the goods
On sale at a great reduction 2?o pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
C PURIIPU Manaffor
WEEK OF MARCH 13.
gAT"pnAV 1 TT
Entire Change of Program.
HEARDE AND BERESFORD,
a New and Original Sketch. "The
In Sensational Feats of Strength.
Equilibrist and Juggler.
And Her Animated Sng Sheet.
In a New Sketch "Thinking, Thank,
THE ORPHEUM MALE QUARTET,
In an Original Sketch. "Tramps from
THE ORPHEUM STOCK CO.,
In a Screaming OneAct Comedy,
At a meeting of the Stockholders rf the
HONOLULU CHINESE CHROFICLE
CO., LTD., held at the United Chinese
Society Hall, on the toth day of Much,
A. D. 1900, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Chu Gem, President.
VV. C Weedon, Vice-President.
Lin Shen Chow, Secretary.
Ho Fon, Treasurer.
The following constitute the Board of
Directors: Wong Leong, L. Ahlo, Alex
LIN SHhN CHOW,
March 12. 1900. 1 477:3 1
Card o! Thanks.
Mr. Wong Leong. president, and Chock
Tong, treasurer, of the Chinese Hospital
received from Mr. Chang Chau of E. O.
Hall & Son lioo donated by Mr. Geo. P.
Castle for 'he relief of the sick.
The Officers ol the Hospital wish to
express their thanks to Mr. Castle and
acknowledge the receipt of the donation.
Any future donation can be left with
Mr. Chang Chau for the Hospital and
will be greatly appreciated
Signed WONG LEONG,
I477'3t .CHOCK TONG.
to be PURE LINEN 36 inches