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K ) b THE EVKNiyO HUJ.LET1N: HONOLULU, 11. I., MONDAY,
V Wll:irLLlcll IKI nmnliJinJliiii4iiHl, ;uil, w v"lv M w fl,J
A new lot of the best Guavn wood well burned Charcoal Just received.
In tu'l cr In b.ig. Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to John Xott.
REGULAWONS FOR SHIPMENT
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., March 17, ooo.
Shipment of goods to the other Islands
may be made under the following condi
tions and restrictions:
nt. The"Klnau" and M.S. N. Co.
wharves shall be kept as quarantine
ad. Goods of American and European
production or manufacture miy be shipped
If in original, unbroken and tight wood or
metal containers; said containers to be sub
jected to disinfection by add solution at
3d. Goods of American and European
production or manufacture In original
pickjges other than those specified In
paragraph 2, or in repacked containers,
provided such containers have openings
xft equal to one-eighth the suriace, may
be taken to the Pacific Mall S. S. Co.'s
dock for fumigation by sulphur for twelve
4th. Sugar bags and twine after sub
llnntnn tmivr.itiire of no decrees n
hnt ir rinmivn for n nprlnd of one hour. '
5th. Drugs and medicines after wash
ing or spralng of cases.
6th. Machinery and corrugtted Iron,
after add disinfection.
7th. Coin, which must have been boil
ed, after acid disinfection of container.
8th. Rice, Hawaiian or American, after
fuiTiTg"itlon by hot air, or If prepared direct
from paddy under supervis on of an agent
of the Board of Health at Hopper's rice
mill, packed In new sacks and delivered
In covered drays direct to the harf , with
out further treatment.
9th. Leather In rolls and belting, after
fumigation by sulphur.
lotn. flour, 'eeu, lojuer, gram, uc-ii,
fresh vegetables and fruits from new
quarantine whirf or from dean vessels In
the harbor only.
nth. Hawaiian coffee, after treatment
with hot air.
nth. Coil, in bulk or bigs, brick,
Jlme. cement, fire-clay and add fertilizers
13th. Lumber, to be thoroughly wet
with silt waterat tlievese', and In all
cases to be discharged into the water at
point of destitution.
14th. A charge for disinfecting and
fun Igatlng as Indicated in ly be made by
the transportation companies.
nth. No responsibility Is ns-umed for
damage arising In connection with treat'
tnent of goods.
16th. Goids of such nature that dam
ae would likely be sustained, from cither
of the methods mentioned, may be ship
ped without further treatment, provided
they are kept In the hot air plant at a
temperature of 230 degrees F. for one hour,
and a certificate to that effect accompany
the goods, transfer to be made on covered
drays to wharf.
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notlflod
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from G to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNQ,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1899.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The Bell Buoy, off the entrance to
Honolulu harbor, has been replaced
temporarily by a conical buoy support
ing a circular target about sixteen
inches in diameter.
Minister of the Interior,
Honolulu, March 10, 1900.
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Tenders will be received at the office of
the Board of Health up to 12 o'clock noon
Wednesday, April 4, 1900, for supplying
the Leper Settlement, Molokal, with beef
cattle, tor the period of six months, end
ing September 30, 1900, under following
1. The contractor to supply fat beef
cattle to weigh not less than 350 pounds
2. Cattle to be delivered In lots spec
ified by the Superintendent of the Leper
Settlement, averaging from 80 to 90 head
per month, more 1 r less.
3. Cattle dving within twenty-four
hours a'ter delivery from Injury or other
causes sustained previous to delivery to be
the contractor's loss.
4. Cattle Injured w hen delivered and
killed for that reason to be paid tor at 25
per cent less than the contract price.
The tender must be for the price per
Hides, tallow and offal to be the prop-
The Board does not bind
Itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
C. B. WOOD,
Houolulu, Alarch 19, 1900. 1483-31
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. !., Alarch 17, loco.
Report of cases of plague In Honolulu to
week ending Alarch 17, 1900:
Previously reported 65 56
Week ending March 17, 1900. 2 1
Nationality Chinese, 2
Total number caes to date. .67 57
In the hospital this date 1
Recovered and sent to deten
tion camp 9
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Executive Officer, Board of Health.
F. AL Biooks, Esq., has this day been
appointed a Notary Public for the First
Judklal Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March iG, 1900.
After March 26
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor. Fort andQusen Sts.
FIJE JOB piIMTlNc
.At Reasonab'e Prices.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
above Company will be held at the Com'
pany's office, 411 Fort street, Honolulu, on
Saturday, the 24th Inst., at 11 a. m.
Business: Discussion of the pioposed
Bond Issue and other matters.
J. A. GILMAN,
SecretaiyH, R.T. &L.C0.
Honolulu, 17th March, 1900. 1482-31
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGAHON COMPANY,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
Company, Queen street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. m. N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, March 12, 1900. 1477-td
tfr3S'',i ' '" tolumnulll bl IKHttlJ tllfltKll
W2 alintjittl UutHon; to ttntt ueohitmtt
Hom lOftntl ttw.A ni fOttRfja month, 7aillfi
thttpitt .Jwflittir tvtr offtnJ tbi ptopU oflUnalulu.
FORT STRhl-r EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street. -
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12 a. in ,
2 to 9 p. m.
V can supply Hie following vant WHITE
LAHOKhHb. LnRlnma J. Lumber Worker
loachnun ., Office I)oy .. Drltert 4 I'alntlr 1,
Look 4, Cabinet Maker i, (Jeneral wcuker, lo
CIIINL.SC I IrM Cook , SeconJ Cook , StenarJj
, blaNemem, YarJmen 4 JAPANLbL t-nminoi
Laborers to. Carpenters 6, Draymen a, DrUers 1,
MiMe Hoys . dencral Houseworkers 4. Cooki 0,
Palmer , SiearJs 1, Wallers a, Washerwomen 4.
YarJfoy 6, Women Servants j-POHTUGULSE
AND IIAWAI1ANS' Carpenters , Painters a.
Paper Hangers a, YarJmen j, Drivers 10, Oncral
Workers 10 Office lioys 4. n8i.im
WANTED-A first class UOOKKEEI'LR for
plantation. Apply to II llackttM & Co.
UANTED-FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
W ROOMS to lei Apply on premises a doors
below Tort Street House, Fort street. 8o-iw
WANTED-FURNISIIED ROOMS with or with
out boarJ. Alarm 111 Prospect street.
cirivn MrssrNfiER nOYS at once.
American Messenger Service, Hotel anJ Ala-
kea streets. '"
WANTED-N. F. DUROESS does all kinds of
small repairing, Lawn Mowers ani Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by ringing up in. Also a few tor rent
Pensacoia sireei ""-
XMNTED Men to know that they can cell
W by a whit barber for 15 cents at II. Jl
. r-1-i -, .. rink Cl.U.. tmr
. . py Willi D.ii :. v. "J v, ... ,
610K Fort street, opp. Club Stables isoo-tt
PEACH TREES-FlcrIJa Peach Trees, Just received
can be obtained. If applied for at once.
E. W. JORDN,
i,8j-iw No. 10 Fort street.
COR SALE-TIIE OLD ESTABLISHED PRINT
r INO BUSINESS of the late Robert Grieve In
cluding Presses. Type, Ruling Machine, Book
Ulndeps and Prlntlnc Outfit, complete. Bids fur the
above mentioned business will be received by th un
dersigned, who will furnished particulars In regard to
same? jAMtS L McLEAN,
1,81-im Administrator Lstate of Kofert Cjrieve.
FOR SALE $4500 Lease of i-stury
rronerlv on hurt street l vears to run.
Rent $80 per annum. A bargain. Applvto
106 Men hant street.
FOR SALE Lovely Home on Beretanla st-eet. Lot
iooi4o Neat cottage. Modern Implements,
Plrntv shade servants house, stable &c C.
ABLES, Real Estate Dealer I4TT-H
FOR SALE 34 year Lease of 7 feet frontage on
Llllha street. Business property, ..,
L. C ABLES,
,,. tf Real Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Llllhs street Lot loaxioo with two cot
tages, tluslness cent'e 10a feet frontage to
build on. L. C. ABLES RmI tstate Dealer.
COR SALE Long Lease about loojioowlth a nice
cottages plenty room for more buildings, King
street near business centre. L C. ABUS, Real
Lstate Dealer "illL
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
r MiMtli. I II fl Ftn. tnnulre of it. E.
COR SALE Jiooo.
LOT In best portion of Kallhl
rto. no rort sireei.
FOR SALE $ojo. LOT 1
slie 75x150. Apply
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
No. 310 Fott street,
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL
PARTS OF THE
By J. M. VIVAS. n8a
1 OST Sunday. March n, Lewers & Couke NOTE
- 1IUUK containing notes payacie iu u Keney.
Finder will receive
same to this office.
liberal tard by returning
I OS T Sunday afternoon
a genuine tortoise shel
L- HAIR PIN on Young street
in 1 nomas
Return to ihls
office and receive re-
I OST A gentleman's SCARf-PIN, diamond set-
- ting. I'lea e etum to uutietin umce ana re
cene liceral reward.
TO LET-NICE rURNISHED FRONT ROOM
I with electric lljht. Klnau, hetwren Pcnucola
anJ Victoria Hreels A. U. c , lio 70J P, O.
TO LET A few ROOMS, ilnrjle ani en mite are
I at present vacant at the Queen Hotel. Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent utr-im
TO LET Tin reslJence nt John Ena at Walklkl.
1 lumlili.J or unfurnished. Larse yard and
house, barn snl stable. To let asa whole or In
part Fur further particular,, applv to JOHN ENA
it 1 I. S N C i.' office. Qjeen street. 1464-H
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Dest
I room and attendance In city. U)J
Emma Squurc Concert.
Tho Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic concert this evening nt 7:30 o'clock
at Emma Squaio with tho following
Overture "La Damo Blanche"..
Finale "Tnnnhauser" ..:... Wagner
Grand Selection "I Martlrl"
(u) "Ko Leo" "Mlllhal Pua."
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(b) "Ka lnuwnl" "Kuwlllwlll Iho
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley "Tho Best Ever" ,Macklo
Sorenndo "Love In Idleness" ....
Waltz "Wandering Minstrel" ....
Galop "IrU" Faust
"The Star Spangled Banner."
It is interesting to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel street window, where
evidences of his skill are al
ways in view, special praers
toi menu cards and otn?r art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Tho Evening tlulletin, 7 cental per
Intending passengers on the S. S. Aus
tralia wishing the Union Express Co. to
handle their baggage, will please not II y
this office as early as possible Monday,
Z, 7w. X ., ZZ Z . t
.,.... .y, II .M-6.. .-..
UNION EXPRESS CO.
I or additional Shaping News see seventh page.
Weather Ilitrcti.it. Pnnnliou, March 19.
Tctnpcrnturo Morning minimum,
GC; Mhldny maximum, 80.
Unromoter nt 0 a. m. 30 07 Steady.
ltnlnfitll yesterday .CO.
Dow 1'olnt C2P.
Humidity at 9 a. in. f,7 per cent.
Ulnmontl Head Signal Station, March
19. Weather hazy; wind fresh NE.
Ciimmlna just in.
Ycatcrday a rainfall of 3 Inches foil
Saturday, March 17.
Itilnnl, McClurc, from Kau-
Sunday, March 18.
Stmr. Mauna I.0.1, Slmerson, from
Stmr. Noeau, IVdcrson, from Maul.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Thompson, from
Ur. stmr. Aorangl, liny, 7 days 10
hours from Victoria; 191 tons general
merchandise to T. H. Davlea & Co.
Stmr. Helcnc, McAllister, from Ha
waii. Am. bk. 8L Knthcrlno. Saunders. 152
days from Now York.
Saturday, March 17.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle for
Oahu ports. '
Stmr. Lehua, Dower, for Molokal.
Schr. Alice Kimball, for Maul.
U. S. S. Pathfinder, Perkins, for Kuu
nakakal. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
S.tmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Nawlllwlll, Makawcll and Walmc.i nt
Stmr. James Makco, Tullctt, for Kn
poa at 4 o'clock.
From Vancouver, per R. M. S. Ao
rangl, March 18. J. Smith, d. Chal
mers, J. Rust, J. Ilruco, R. Ramsey, L.
M. Blacho, F. Grimms, W. Henry. A.
llrown, J. Stewart. Mrs. M. S. Smith,
Mrs. J. VIercko Field, Misses Dickson.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Manna
Loa, March 17. Mr. Comstock, Mr.
Lesser, Mr. Berlowitz, Ynmamoto, Knu
nmonn. Centennrlnn In DcHtlttttlon.
Lying on a filthy mat, upon the
ground floor of u house In Llllha street,
suffering for ordinary necessaries nnd
attention, and groaning with bodily
pains, Is n. Hawaiian woman old
enough to remember distinctly tho bat
tle of Nuuanu in which Kamehamcha
I. achieved tho conquest of Oahu. She
was discovered by A. W. Neely, assist
ant to Chief Inspector Towso, while ho
was doing duty In placo of tho inspec
tor for that district. Her namo Is Pau
alua nnd her neighbors, foreign nnd
native, declare thcro is no doubt she is
more than ono hundred years old. Tho
house is of that two-story typo much
affected by native Hawalians, with tho
ground floor close, to tho earth and
screened on tho sides with lattice work.
It Is at tho end of Kuklnl lane, on tho
Ewa side of Llllha street, and near Ku
nawal stream. With nobody caring
for her, the woman is actually wallow
ing In flltli. A truo description of her
situation would really bo unfit for pub
lication. In addition to her other mis
eries she Is blind. Captain Towso sug
gests that tho aged crcaturo should be
removed to Lunalllo Home, -whero for
tho rest of her days she would receive
proper attention and care.
HorHC Dropped Into Strcnm.
What gavo promlso of a serious col
lision between two rigs coming from
opposite directions, both on tho left
linn it slilo ot Vineyard street near the
corner of Nuunnu, was narrowly avert
ed by tho presenco of mind of the driv
er of ono of the rigs: hack 18.
Tho hack coming rapidly down Nuu
nnu fctrcct turned sharply into Vine
yard just as a carrlngo driven by a
lady, with a little girl by her sldo,
wns passing to tho left ot tho road. A
collision seemed to bo Inevitable but
tho hack driver pulling hard on his
horso turned him on to tho sidewalk
to tho right of a tree and up against
tho low stono wall that Is supposed to
bo n protection ngalnst pedestrians
falling Into tho stream eighteen feet
below. Tho horso coming sharply
ngalnst this wall lost his balanco and
plunged hend first down Into tho
stream. Fortunately tho harness nnd
the shnfts ot tho hack broke nnd tho
anlmnl landed in a heap on tho locks
ot the bed of tho creek. Strange to say,
although striking with terrific force
tho horso was but slightly Injured and
was led out on to tho road hardly the
worse for wear.
Police Court Notes.
Ah Pu and Ah Sung were both fined
$50 and costs for having opium In their
possession. Sco Mung thought to b
an associate was acquitted.
P. Zlcglcr and J. W. Buchanan plead
guilty to having opium In their pos
session. They will be sentenced to
morrow. Twenty-nlno tins wero found
on their premises.
Manuel Qonsalves was given six
months, for assault with deadly wea
pon. Geo. Miller with three different
charges ot larceny In the second do
greo ngalnst him will bo heard Wed
DROWN In this city, March 18, 1900,
Foster Oilman, infant son ot Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Drown.
Tho funeral will tnko place nt tho
family residence, Walklkl, at 3 o'clock
There is a leak In tho water main
crossing the long bridge on School
s : " i" i" ??n.
1 mil w
I but water 1b rooBt too ucarco Just now
I to use that way.
it 33 Queen Street
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of the Board of Directors of the
Olaa Sugar Co., I 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 Aiarch, 1900, provided the
assessments with Interest are not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der it Baldwin, Judd building.
to Wood, J.
1 -Wood. J.
13 Wood, J,
21 AicTaggart, Jno. 50
2ujuuu, i. n
34 Jaeger, C.J
60 Southwlck, T. S
128 Holloway, J. F
217 Dexter. Mrs. S. L
238 smitn, A. H 500
258 Farley, J. K 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
268 Goodacre Geo 35
?70 Goodacre, Geo 25
320 Edlngs, W. S 33
341 Averdam, Capt 17
387 Arendt, J. H 8
407 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, H. A
458 Hall. J. R 77
486-Oldlng, E. E 33
489 Averdam, Miss Henny 8
e.39 Gardner, Wm. A 17
574 Hall, J. R 57
587 Holt, Jas. L 17
588 Sam Kal Wing 8
014 Barnes, A 33
C22 Waterhouse, Geo 133
706 Cross, F. J 67
709 uonsaives, m 33
712 Rodrlgue. J. P 17
714 Taylor, H. T 50
717 Austin, H. C 42
718 Blerbach, Otto A 17
769 Hambly, H. T 35
782-Howard, H. W 50
783 Howard, H. W 50
784-How rd, H. W 100
785 Howard, H. W 100
791 Templeton, W. Al 30
838-Wlthers. W. S 160
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18
920-Austin, H. C . 17
Pacific Import Co.
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
We have placed on sale a
large Invoice of BROWN DRESS
LINEN imported direct from the
Loom of Belfast, the prices we
put on all the grades we know
cannot be duplicated again and
we therefore call your atten
tion to take advantage of this
2? pieces Brown Drees Linen (special) at 20c
2$ " " " " " 25c
25 " " " " " 85c
We guarantee the goods
On sale at a great reduction 2 TO pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
933 Rlls, Jean 5
959 Andrews, L. A 7$
960 Richardson, A. W j
9O2 Olney, A. II 20
975 Andrews, A.N 50
1114 Rlls.J 35
lift; Ray, J. Is 100
1170 Rav,J. II 100
1231 Wood, J. 0 30
P2()-IidlnRS, W. S as
1255 Llevte, Isldora 300
i2tjo EduiRS, W. S 14
1265 Edlngs, W. S 17
1285-Rlce, Miss Nellls 15
1292 Richardson, A. W 23
1320 Drake, W. P 150
1332 D ake, W. P 100
1334 Drake, W. F 35
1335 Drake, W. F 50
1336 Mever, O. S ic
1341 Meyer, r. T 300
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Austin, D. L ,17
1401- Drake, W. F 15
1439 Judd, C. H 35
1409 Kahookano, J. K i
J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 3, 1900.
WEEK OP MARCH 17.
Tlxe Real Tiling!
Special Engagement of Emest Hogan's
A Magnificent Company Direct from a
Successful Tour In Australia Com
pr of the PREMIERS OP THE
An All Star Combination. '
The Unblejched American.
The Unparalleled Prestldlgltatevr.
THE TROCADERO QUARTETTE,
St, 000 Challengers of the World In Buck
and Wing Dancing.
The Creole Contortionist.
GRAND FIRT PART.
Frst and Furious Select Solos
A RAGTIME OPERA
By the Full Corfipany.
UNEQUALLED OLIO OF
Watch the Parades.
Tho United Carrlago Co., telephone
290 at tho old stand, King and Fort
streets. HackB at any hour. Alio
first class livery turnouts. Leave your
order at tho office and wo will do the
to be PURE LINEN J6'inches