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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., SATDKDAY, MAUOH
A new lot nf the best Guava wood well burneJ Clmrcoal just received.
In bulk or In Kirs. Charcoal Irons, Forces, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are useJ with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to John Nott.
REDUCING EXPENSES. TO
At the Hoard of Health meeting yes
terday Dr. Wood read the following:
Honolulu, March 15, 1900.
Dr. C. II. Wood, President Hoard of
Dear Sir: 8 your finance, commit
tee arc passing pay rolls for tho first
half of the month, wo beg to call tho
attention of your Honornblo Hoard to
Bevcral matters, with n view of great
er economy from now on, if It is pos
slblo that such can ho practiced.
Your commlttco Is not In a position
to understand nil tho demands and
necessities for these Items, and It Is
only to direct your attention to them,
and uot to criticise, that wo make men
tion of tho following:
In pay roll of March IB, duly .approv
ed by yourself ami C. H. Reynolds, wo
note cost of ambulance:
Night and day, 1 man with horse,
15 days at S7.C0 per day, $112.50; 2
men, $5 per day each, 15 days, $130;
2 men, $." per night each, 15 nights,
$150; total cost attendants for ambu
Wo do not know how much tho nm
bulancc has neon used, but It would
seem as If this expense could be mate
rially reduced by calling upon some
other department for nsslstanco when
Wo beg nlso to suggest that tho ex-
penBo of guards and superintendence
of tho kerosene warehouse bu cut
down by tho removnl of nil quarantine
patients to Kallhl. Wo understand tho
premises aro used chiefly, at this time
for Incurables, and If such Is the case,
It would seem hardly necessary, or
right, to have the bubonic plague- ap
propriation stand such expense for
guards and superintendence to keep
fcuch patients on tho premises. Tho
cost of labor only for this department
the past fifteen days amounts to
In payroll of Mnrch 15, approved by
(3. H. Heynodls, and yourself, for re
movnl of garbage and refuse from tho
city, wo note that for labor under tho
supervision of F. S. McPhcrson tho
men are receiving $2 per day, while
laborers under tho chargo of W. II.
Hlltz receive 75 cents per day and
board. While Mr. McPherson's gang
aro obliged to do duty on scows, yet
It would seem to your commlttco that
this Item could bo materially reduced
by the employment of Idle hands now
dependent upon tho Government.
Wo would suggest thnt tho gnnrds
about tho city under charge of tho Mar
shal be reduced In number If possible.
Wo respectfully make thcBo sugges
tions that your honorable Hoard may
bo well acquainted with tho facta as
they appear to your committee.
Wo remain, your obedient servants,
CHAS. M. COOKR,
J. II. ATi.EUTON,
THOMAS RAIN WAI.KRR.
Dr. Wood stated thnt ho had given
.hose matters full consldcintlon ami
wud reducing nil expenditures as
rapidly as proper bundling of tho situ
ation would allow.
iw-riifcWrfi n tbti column utatunttfteJ iMrli
VJ-E 4 tint fit it tmttUoti, to etnti ttconJ initt
tun, tv etntt a tilth anJ $o ctnlt a month, lb it tbi
htaptit AJxttUunt tvtt offtrtJ tbtptoptt of Honolulu,
I or ddJitliintl Shipping News see seventh pace.
POSITIONS WANTI I).
lir I OUT STHLLT LMI'LOVMCNT AOnNCY
tin surnlv tlio following Movant WHITl
LAIIOHLKS Lnginnrs $, Lumbtr Workers 4,
C111cl1m.11. Ollifc Hoys 4, Driver 4 Painter 1,
I emits 4 InMnct Miker t (jener.1l Workers 10
CIII.NI sr. I Irst Cook 1, SocunJ Cook , Sterjs
5, M-irlenun j, YnrJmen 4-JAI'AM.bL. Common
Labours m. Carpenters r, Pr.nmen 1, Drivers 1,
Stable Uo s 1, deneril llouscwotkcrs 4 Cooks 6,
Painter 1 SlearJs.v Walters 1 Washerwomen 4
Y.irdbnv 6, Women Servants i-l'OIHl CiULSU
ND IIAWAIIANT Carpenters J. Painters .
Paper Hangers 1. Yardmen, Drivers to, tieneral
SVotkctsio OfhceUovS4. i4S-im
I OST-Sunday. March 11, Lewers gtookeNOTH
L. HOOK containing notes payaHe to (1 Keltey.
Under will receive
same to this office,
liberal nward by returning
LOSI Sunday afternoon, a genuine tirtolse stil
MAIM I'lN on Young street or In I nomas
Return to this
office and receive re-
ir. r ea e eturn to ua letin unice ana re
ceive literal reward. mvll
I OST A cenlleman's SCAHh'-PIN; rlUmond set-
COR SALC-TIIF. OtDESTAIlLISIIED PRINT-
INUIIUSINESSol the late Robert Grieve In
cluding Presses, Tpe, Kui 11 ouLhlne, Hook
Ulnder s and Printing Outfit, complete, mil for the
bivv e mentioned business v III be recelv ed by the un
dersigned, who will lurnlsVJ nari'cu"M In rard to
same JAMS L McLEAN,
u8iim Administrator Estate of Robert Grieve.
FOR SLE $4500 Lease of a-slory business
property on Fort street 14 years to run Giound
Rent J80 per annum. bargain. Apply to
ao6 Men hant street.
COR SALE Lovely Home on Deretanla street. Lot
I 1O0XI4O Neat cottage. Modern Improvements.
Plentv shade servants house, stable &.C L. C.
ABLES. Weal Estate Dealer i47-H
FOR SALE 4 year Lease of sj feet frontage
Llllha street. Uusln.ss property.
L. .. AHLiS.
I4J7-II Real Estate Dealer,
FOR SML Llllhv street Lot ioi.no with two cot
tages. Business centie in feet frontage to
build on L C. AULES. Reil Estate Dealer.
COR SALE Long Lease about tooxtoowlth nice
' cottiges plenty room for more but Jings. King
L C Alibi . Kial
Weather Hnrcau, Punnhou, March 17.
Tempcratuio Morning minimum,
C5; Midday maximum, 71.
Haromctcr at 0 a. m. 30.02. Steady.
Dew Point CI P.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CO per cent.
Heavy rain falling In tho moun
tains. Diamond Head Signal Station, March
17. Weather hazy; wind fresh NI3.
Prlday, March 10.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Tullctt, from Ka
Schr. Hlancho & Klla, from uaual.
Saturday, March 17.
Stmr. James Makcc, Tullctt, from
Knpaa, with 2100 bags sugar.
Am. sp. II. D. nice, Carver, from
Yokohama, Kuj. 12, in ballast.
Fildny. March 18.
jm. schr. Alohn, Fry, for San Fran
cisco. Haw. hk. Santiago, Engacls, for Snn
Am. schr. F. E. Sander, Svenson, for
Am. schr. P. S. Itedfieltl, .lorgcnson,
for tho Sound.
Stmr. Walalcale, Gregory, for Kauai.
Saturday. March 17.
Ukt. S. N. Castlo, Langfeldt. for San
Francisco, with sugar.
it 33 Queen Streei
OLAA SUGAR CO.
treet mar business centre.
COR SALI A go d Weber Squate PIANO,
r Address J W , P O Uos ;o u
Bvrythln new, clean,
neat and up-to-date In
We propose to maintain the high
standard of out
pOR SALE-TWO COTTAGLS on Young St.,
opposite L II. Dee, Esq. Inquire of (i. E.
LOT In bet portion of Kallhl
No 1 o fort street.
POR SALE-Cholce POTTED PUNTS nr sate
r neat door to Mr. J. II. B'.vd's Walklkl Road.
FOR SsXE Sjso. LOT at Kallhl on main street.
slte7sxSo. Apply to
No. 310 Fort s.reet,
POR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
F CITY. By J. M. VlVAS. ijSa
.a, ANTED Genersl Accent; only good gasoline
lamp on market, ready seller, best terms, easily
ngniea uvrrc mes competition, recti ss Lamp uo,
o6 Railway E.change llldg.. I Louis. Mo. 14T0
Free Port lor British.
Washington, March 1. The Secre
tary of tho Treasury has designated
Skagwny aa a port from which mer
chandise destined for places In tho
Iirltish possessions of North America
may bo entered for transportation
through tho territory of tho United
States without payment of duties. An
order to this effect, signed by Acting
Secretary Spauldfng, has already heen
forwarded to tho Collector of Customs
at Sltkn. It states that tho designa
tion is mado In order to facllltato entry
and transportation of merchandise
destined for tho Northwest Territory,
and is dono under authority given to
Delinquent : Notice,
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of the Beard of Directors of the
Olaa Sufjar Co., 1 am directed to offer for
sale 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'clock noon,
the 31st day of March, 1000, provided the
assessments with Interest are not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd building.
9)3 Rlls, Jean 5
959 Andrews, L. A 75
9O0 Richardson. A. W $0
9G2 Ulney, A. H 20
975 Andiews, A. N 50
1 1 14 Rlls J 2$
1169 Ray, J. E 100
1 1 70 Rav, J. E 100
123 1 Wood, J. O 30
12,6-EdiiiRS, W. S 25
1255 Llevte, Isidora 300
1260-EdmkS, VV. S , i
t25-EdlnBs. W. S i
1285 Rice, Miss Nellls 15
1292 Richardson, A. V 25
1329 Drake, W. F 150
1332 D ake, VV. F 100
1334 Drake, W. F 35
1335-Drake, W. F 50
1336 Mever, O. S loo
1341 M-yer, I. T 200
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Austin, D. L 17
1401- Drake, VV. F 15
1439 Judd, C. H 25
1469 Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTi.E,
1 urer. .
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
Tho Evening bulletin, 7 cents per
XWANTCD-FURNISIIED AND UNFURNISHED
vv Ri OMS to let rply on premises doors
below Port Street Houe. Fort street. 1480-1
ANTED-rURNISHED ROOMS with or lth-
tut board. Address ii Trospect street.
UANTED-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS at once.
vv Arrerlcan Messenger Service. Hotel and A a
kea streets. mq
A.N tti-N. F. UUKOLSS does all kinds of
small tenalrinp. Lawn Mowers and Garden
H.ise, -re i .clanks. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for bv ringing up so. Also a few for rent
IVp''U street 1146''!
WANTED Men to know that they can eet shaved
by a white barber tor 15 cents at H.JEFFS,
610H Fort street, opp Club Stables tsoo'tf
filvc Emplnycti n Clinncc.
Now York, Mnrch 5. John W Mnc
kay, president of tho Commercial Cablo
Company, has given to nil employes of
that corporation tho privilege of be
coming stockholders on tho samo terms
at which he and his partners becamo
possessed of tho stock. Tho stock of
tho company sells at $100 per share.
Its par value is $100. Tho difference Is
u to to tho largo dividends paid, 8 per
cent being tho declaration last year.
Tho employes havo been Informed
that a certain number of shares havo
been set nsldo by tho company for dis
tribution among them at par valuc
(100 each. Tho limit to subscriptions
by any Individual Is twenty shares.
Now thnt business Is Improving
many people aro furnishing their
homes with Chlckcrlng, Krocgcr and
other pianos from Tho Dergstrom Mu
sic Co, Everybody knows' tho good
qualities of these Instruments.
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
Oil Saturday, March the 17th,
lvprything HALF PRICE for
that day only, as follows :
Bread, any k'nd, four 5c Imvet 10c
Any 25c take, such as fruit, jelly m'l,
etc is eich
2doz-n Run; 10c
1 dizen Nulls i;c
Ciffee, wl h Ca''e, etc 10c
Ice Cream and Cake 15c
Ice Cream Sod 5c
4 5cpackjgesChelng Gum for 10;
And all other orders in like proportion.
COIIND HAY MARE, white stripe on forehead,
I branded S O Owner can have same by payint
STABLE:,. Foil street
expens s for advertising, etc. Apply at the CLl U
TO LLt-NICE rURNISHEI) FRONT ROOt
witn electric llht, K'ln.tu, fetwren Ptnsacola
and Victoria streets A U. i , lux 707 P. O.
TO LET A tew ROOMS, single and en suite are
at prrsent vacant at the Qjuen Hotel,- Nuuanu
streei, at reasonable rent. 1467-im
TO LET-Th resld-nce nf John Fna at Walklkl.
I furnish J or unfurnished Larce yard and
house, ba'nsnl stale Tulet as a whole or In
part For furtler particular, n-r-l to JOHN LNA
at I I S N Oi.'s ufhee. Q-ieen street. 1464-tr
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fori St. Ilest
I rooms and attendance in city. i)a
Love's - Bakery
Monday, March 19
TELEPHONE 282. 1482-it
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
Cert. Namer Share.
, Wood, J. Q. ("trustee) 1... 100
6-Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
10 Wood, J. Q. (trusteet 100
1 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) too
13 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) 100
21 McTafsgart, Jno 50
2GJudd, C. H too
U Jaeger, C.J 50
60-Southwlck, T. S 100
128 Holloway. J. F i
207 Wilcox, W. L 50
237 Dexter, Mrs. S. L 100
238 Smhh, A. H soo
258-Parley, J. K 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
268 Goodacre Geo 25
70 Goodacre. Geo 25
329 EdhiRS, W. S 33
341-Averdam, Capt 17
387 Arendt, J. H 8
407 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, H. A 53
458 Hall, J. R 77
486-Oldlng, E. E 33
489 Averdam, Miss Henny 8
39 Gardner, Wm. A 17
574-Hall. J. R 57
7 Holt. Jas. 1 17
588 Sam Kal Wing 8
614 Barnes, A ; 33
622 Waterhouse, Geo 133
706 Cross, l;. J 67
709 Gonsalves, A 33
712 Rodrlgue, J. p 17
714 Taylor. H. T 50
717 Austin, H. C 42
7i8-Blerbach,Oito A 17
769-Hambly, H. T 35
782-Howard, H. W 50
763 Howjrd, H. W 50
7d-How rd, H. W 100
785-Howard, H. W 100
791 Trmo'eton, W. M 30
838-Wlthers. W.S 160
President ns an Aitl-tlc-Cnmp,
Chicago, March J. It Is expected
that 1'restdcnt McKlnlcy, mounted on
horfieback, will lead tho great parade
ol veterans of tho Civil War next sum
mer. Commnndcr-ln-chlef Albert J.
Shaw, of tho National Encampment, O.
A. R., has appointed him as an nld-do-enmp
on his staff, and, among others,
he will rccclvo tho regular official or
der to nppear In the big parado of tho
Grand Army to bo hold during tho na
tional encampment In Chicago.
Tho President Is a member of tho or
ganization, nnd will bo tho guest of
Chicago. Commnnder-ln-chlcf Shaw Is
now making nn olllclal tour through I
'ho South, and writes to Executive
Director V. II. Harper thnt ho has
found everywhere nn enthusiastic,
kindly spirit, which was largely en
hanced by tho visit of tho First Regi
ment, Illinois National Guard; tho
building nf n monument hero to tho
ex-Confederate dead, nnd tho trip of
Columbln Post, G. A. It., through tho
Success In having union religious
(uiuiSiU at the opening of public func
Ions has been so great in this city
hat it has been decided to start tho
encampment with exercises along tho
samo lines as followed during the
pence Jublleo nnd fall festival. Dlshop
Samuel Fallows, of St, Paul's Reformed
Episcopal Church, has been appointed
chairman of a commlttco to plan and
cxecuto this work. President McKln
lcy has attended such services hero
on other notable occasions nnd It Is
understood personally favors tho idea.
Judge Havo you anything to say
beforo sentenco Is passed?
Burglar Ycs'r; if I'd n know'd that
spinster lady had a dinner bell under
'cr pillar things 'd a como out d Trent
It is interesiinp; t0 watch
the aitist 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
works.licited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Prof. Paul Egry
Will furnish MUSIC FOR THE
OCCASION, and WE INVITE
EVERYBODY IN HONOLULU
TO CALL ON US.
Our Gala Day,
WEEK OF HAKCH 17.
The Real Thing!
Special Engagement of Ernest Hognn's
A Mnunlficent Company Direct from a
Successful lo'r In Australia Om-
prUe "f the PREMIERS OF THE
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18 cr nIllar things 'd a como out dl'rent .,
920 Austin, H. C 17 1 Indianapolis Journal. .N
1 1 , j "4
Pacific Import Co. '
The NewEngland Bakery
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
An All Star Combination.
The Unbiejdied American.
The Unparalleled Prestldlgltatevr.
THE TROCADERO QUARTETTE,
THE KENTUCKY FOUR.
$1, ceo Challengers of the World in Buck
anu wing uancing.
The Creole Contoitlonlst.
GRAND FIRST PART,
Fun, Frst ana Furious Select Solos
Jenulne Jokes. '
A RAGTIME OHERA
By the Ful' Company.
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
above Company will be held at the Com
pany's office, 411 Fott street, Honolulu, on
Saturday, the 24th Inst, at 11 a. m
Business: hlscusslon of the pioposed
Bond issue and other matters.
J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H. R.T. & L. Co.
Honoluru, 17th Aiatch, 1900. 1482-3!
Notice to Intending Pas
sengers Pen S. tS.
Til Aeents hereby give notice that the
S. S. "Australia" will leave this port f.,r
San Francisco on TuesJjy, tin. 20th Inst ,
at 4 p.m. All heavy bigs'iRe must be
delivered at the O.tanicS. S. Co.'s ware
house for dlslnteci log between the hours
org and 12 a. m on Monday, the 19th
Inst , and all cabin and hand b ggige at
the same place between the hours of 8 and
10 a. in. on the day of siilluir,. Keys mu-t
accompany baggage All suih baggige
etc , afterd sln'ecllon will be ca-ed for and
deliveied to the steamer by the Com
pany's employee!. Tranpor atlon from
'he Oceanic S. S. Co.'s Dock to the
steamer will be furnished pissengers at
1:10 p. m. on the dtyof tailing, and all
passengers must be on bfard the "Austra
lia" not later than 2 p. m.
Honolulu, H. I., March 16th, 1900.
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
Intending passengers on the S. S. Aus
tralia wishing the Union Express Co to
handle 'heir baggage, will please not! y
this offes as early as possible Monday,
Marih 19. We check all bjggage. Tel. 86
1482-21 UNION EXPRESS CO
We have placed on sale a
lare Invoice of BROWN DRESS
LIiNBN imported direct from theT
Loom of Belfast, the prices well
put on all the grades we knowV.
cannot be duplicated again and '
we therefore call your atten-
ion to take advantage of this
25 pieces Brown Dress Linen (special) at 20c
25 " " " " " 25c
25 " " " " " 35c
We guarantee the goods to be PURE LINEN 36 inches
UNEQUALLED OLIO OF
Watch the Parades.
F. M. BiOoUs, Esq., has this day been
appointed a Notary Public for the Flr-.t
JudLlal Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 16, 1900. ,
On sale at a great reduction 2ft) pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRUCH, Manager.
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