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8 ' " THE KVRC1NH
1., TUESDAY, MAItOll
A new lot of the bot Gunva wood well burned Charcoal-just received.
In bulk or In b.w. Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
E. 0. HALL
Next to John Nott.
TO THE CATS BElNSMASTE&s
MILE ALL OTHE BSMDS-MEJI
STEAMED. THE POASTIHGy
GIVES A PECUUHK
REGULA IONS TOR SHIPA'.ENT
-.- OF FREIGHT.
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., March 17, 1900.
Shipment of goods to the other Islands
may be made under the following condi
tions and restr'ctlons:
1st. The "Klnau" and 1. 1. S. N Co
wharves shall be kept as quarantine
2d. Goods of Ameilcan and European
production or manufacture nny be shlppeu
If In original, unbroken and tight wood or
m;tal containers; said containers to b: sub
jected to disinfection by acid solution at
33. Goods of American and European
production or rrrnufacture In original
packages other than those specified In
paragraph 2, or In repacked co talners,
y ' t - 1
provided Mich containers have openings
left equal toone-rlghth the sur.ace, may
betaken to the Pacific Mall S. S.Co.s(
dock for fumigation by sulphur for twelve
4H1. Sugar bags and twine after sub-
cetlonto a temperature of 230 degrees In j
hot air chamber- for a period of one hour.
5th. Drugs and medicines after wash
I. 1"-. mjm nn.l A 4 I villas l ( f At (S'l(riai
ing or spra . Ing of caes.
6th. Machinery and corrugated Iron,
after add dislnfrc Ion
7th. Coin, which must have been boll
eJ, after add disinfection of container. '
8th. Rice, Hawaiian or American, after
fumigation by hot air, or If prepared direct
from padJy under supervls on of an agent
of the Board of Health at HoppeY's rice
mill, packed In new sacks and delive-ed
In covered drays direct to the wharl, with
out furthrr treatment.
9H1. Leather In rolls and belting, after
fumigation by sulphur.
ictli Fl ur, 'eej, fodder, gwln, beans,
fresh vegftihles and fruits from new
quarantine wlnrf or from clean vessels in
the harbor onlv.
nth. H iwalhn coffee, after treatment
with hot air.
12th. Coal, in bulk or bags, brick,
lime, cement, fire-clay and add fertilizers
13th. Lumber, to be thoroughly wet
with silt water at thevese', and In all
cases to be discharged Into the water at
point of destination.
14th. A charge for disinfecting-and
furrlgatlngas Indicated may be made by
the transportation companies.
15th. No responsibility Is assumed for
damage arising In connection with treat
ment of goods.
iCtn. Goods of such nature that dam
age would likely be sustained, from tlther
of the methods' mentioned, may be ship
ped without further ueatmenr, provided
thev are keot 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,
F. M. Biooks, Esq., has this day b:en
appointed a Notary Public for the First
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
Minister of the Interior.
, . Interior Office, March 16, 1900.
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TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Tenders will be received at the office of
the Board of Healtn up to 12 o'clock noon
Wednesday, April 4, 1900, for supplying
the Leper Settlement, Molokal, with beel
cattle, torthe period of six months, end
ing September 30, 1900, under following
1. The contractor to supply fat beef
tittle t) 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 r less.
3. Cattle dvlng within twenty-four
hours a'ter delivery from injury orotlur
causes sustained previous to delivery to be
the contractor's loss.
q. valine mjuicu w iicii ucuvcicu uuu
WIIedforthat reason to be paid tor at 25
per cent less than the contract price,
The te)Jer must be fof U)e ,ce
pout) j jressej
4. Cattle Injured u hen delivered and
Hides, tallow and offal to be the prop-
,rK, nf ih Rnir.
The Board do not bi,d self to
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By order of tnt Board of Health.
C. B. WOJD,
Houolulu, March 19, 1900. 1483-31
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notlflec!
that tho hours for irrigation purposes
aro from C to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Wntor Works.
' Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, J'lo 14, 1899.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Tho Bell Buoy, off tho entranco to
Honolulu harbor, has been replaced
temporarily by a conical buoy support
ing a circular target about sixteen
Inches In diameter.
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, March 10, 1900.
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 it a. m.
Business: Discussion of the pioposed
Bond Issue and other matters.
J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H.R.T.&L. Co.
Honolulu, 17th March. 1000. i482-3t
' And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of Invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
On To Manila,
TsMl in lnWtir nili tt iniltuJ ointlnl.
ICS. aliHIfril initllhn; 111 MlfI ItlonJinut'
tivn, 10 trntt J tvtik onJ ri tentl a mflntb, TMi4i lb
tttaett dJitrttttitf tvr offrJ lot ptoplt of Honolulu.
FORI" S'IRbtir H.ttl'LOYviliNr
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Wart Jewtlirr. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m ,
2 to 9 p. in.
VV can surrly lliefolliwlng senants WHITE
LAHOILRS. CnRlnwrf 3, lumber Worker 4.
Cnachmin ), Oflice lln 4, l)rlrrs 4 Painter 1,
I noks 4. Cabinet Miker 1, General Workers 10
CIIIM SCs I Irst Cwk 1, bffonJ Ciiokt. btewarJf
3. Stablemen i, YarJmen 4 JAPANESE! Common
Labiireroo, Carpenters 6, Draymen 1. I)rher I,
Stable Hn 1. Cieneral Mouseworkers 4. Cooks 6,
Painter 1, StearJ J, Walters 1. Washerwomen 4
Yardbov 0, Women Servants -POHTU(iUESE
AND IIAWAttANS: Carrenters 3. Painters t,
I'afcr Hangers , YarJmen j, Drivers 10, General
Workers 10 Office Do) 4. u8-im
I OST A WARRANT NO. 4318. amount Two llun
L. JreJ an 1 T,n Dollars .Sjoooi In my favor.
being a salary (rom tt Haw'n R aJ D .srJ has been
tnat Pln.k. r.tnrn In m. At Nltitll. H.wall.
1484-im O c AKINA
I OST Sunday. March 11. Lewers St Cooke NOTE
L HOOK containing notes rayaMe to G Kelley.
Finder will receie t liberal rtward by returnlnc
same to this office; I4a-iw
I OST Sundnvalternoin, a genuine tnrtolst shel
- HAIR PIN on Young street or In Thomas
Square. Return to this oflice and receive re
ward. i4?8-iw .
LOST A gentleman's SCARF-PIN; diamond set
ting. Plea e eturn to Bulletin Office and re
ceive liberal reward. 1477-tl
WANTED-A first class BOOKKEEPER for a
plantation. Apply to II Hackle IJ & Co.
UANTED-FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
'" Ri OMS to let Apply on premises a doors
blow Tort Street House. Tort street i48o-iw
WANTED-FURNISHED ROOMS with or with
out board. Address 131 Prospect street.
WANTEO-riVE MESSENGER BOYS at once.
American Messenger Service. Ho:el and A a-
WANTLD-N. F. HUKi.bSS dots all kinds ot
small repairing, Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are speclaiiles. Lawn Alowrrswill be call
ed for. by rlnlng up au Also a few for rent
tVnssrrtla street K.ri-'t
. Af I Ll An (0 know that ttuy can get .
VV by a white barber for 13 ten.s at II. JhFFS
4igMFort street, opp Club Stables noq-tf
POK ALE-KROEGCR PIANO, cheap, usrj one
l year. Address J.J , Bulletin Office. 1484-3W
PEA' II TRfcES-FicHJa Peach Trees. lust recelv.d
can be obialntd, If applied for at once,
fc. W. JORDsN.
i48-iw No. 10 l-oit st ect.
con salf-tiifToldcstablishf.d PRINT-
T ING UUSINtSS of the late Robert Grieve In
cluding Presses, Type, Ruling Machine. Book
iii...-1 . . n.i.t. c.,.e. n..l. III.. In. ih.
UIIIUSI 3 .lltl I IHIU.IK WUIIII, HIII,'ITIC '. u (lie
.tb'ive mentioned business will be received by the un
dersigned, who wl.l furnished particulars In regard to
same, jsavsl mcLCsn,
uSj-im Administrator Estate of R ibert Grieve.
COR SLE $4500 L-ase of s-story business
I property on I ort street s4 years to run Giound
Rent $80 per annum, s bareafn. Applvtn
k4 Mer hint street.
COR S'.E Lovely I lime on D-retanla st eet. Lot
I 100x140 Neat cottage, MoJ.rn Imp ovements,
Plent shade servants house, stable &C L. C.
ADLES. Real Estate Dealer urr-H
FOR SALE iear Lease of 7S feet frontage on
Llllha strett. liuslniss property
L. - ABLFS.
1 477-lf Real Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Llllha street Lit lojstoo with two cot
laces Bitlnrst cent'e 13 feet frontage to
build on. L CABLES, Re. I Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Long Lease about loosioowlth mice
cottices plenty room for more buildings. King
street nrar business centre. L C AIJli S, Rial
Estate Deal.j; I477;tli
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Voung St.
' oppolt L II. Dee, Esq. Inquire of G, t.
BOARD NMN. 1404-lf
FOR SALE-$iooo. LOT In bett portion of Kalllit
size 801150. Applv to
No. o Fort street.
COR SALE $050. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
1 slie 75x150. Apply to
No. j o Fort sireet,
COR SALE-LAND1 IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. By J. M. VtVAS i)8j
TO LET A few ROOWs, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Quen Hotel. Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent 1467-im
TO LET Thiresldmre nf John Ena at Walklkl.
t fumlsh d or unfurnlsl ed Larce sard and
house, bainanl sta1)!' Ti let asa whole or In
part hr further particular., a pi- 11 juttn uiia
at I. I S N v.o. urt!c;0 een street. 1464-U
THE ALOHA" ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. mi
Election of Officers.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO.
At the adjourned Annml Meeting of the
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO., held hls day,
the following officers were elected for the
Piesldent.H. P. Baldwin.
Vice President, W M. Glffard.
rreauret, J. P Cooke.
Secretary, W. L. H"prer.
The above together with J. F. Hackfeld,
C. M. Cooke and R. Catton, constitute
the Board of Directors.
W. L. HOPPER,
Secretary Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honolulu, March 19. 1900. 1484-2!
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the INtER-ISLANL
STEAM NAVIGAriON COMPANY,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
Company, Queen street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, 1000, at to o'clock
a. m. N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, March 12, 1900. 1477'td
American Lady Honored.
Derlln, March 9. Miss Ella Little,
nirAmerlcan, has received a doctorato
at tho University of Heidelberg. This
is the first time the distinction has
fallen to a woman. ..
SHIPPING UTELl IGERCE
mi KM, mi plu is.w swe s.venth page.
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, March 20.
Tcmncraturo Morning minimum,
70; Mldtluy maximum, 78.
Nitrometer at 0 a", m. 30.03. Irregular.
Dqw 1'olru CO P.
Humidity nt 0 a. m. CO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
20. Weather hazy; Wind fresh NE.
Monday, Marcli 19.
Stmr. J. A. Cunimlnn, Scarlc, Oahtt
Tuesday, March 20.
Atu'mi, SL Francis, Winn, from San
FrahclBco, Feb. 24, with 3,000 tons
gcn'l indue for 11. Hackfold & Co.
Monday, March 13.
II. M. S. Aorangl, Hay, for tho Colo
nics. Am. schr. Itoy Somers, Soltcln for
Stmr. Jnmcs Makcc, Tullott, for ICn-
TO SAIL THIS AFTEttNOON.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kaunl ports at 4 o'clock.
Stmr. Nocau, Wyman, for Hawaii
ports nt 4 o'clock.
Stmr. Australia, Lawless, for San
Krnuclsco at 4 o'clock.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Kamalo,
l'ukoo, Hnlawn, Kalaupapa at 4 p. m.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Aus
tralia, March 20 H. F. Kramm, W. F.
Parker, A. Blonl, K. Behno, J. Oollanu,
W. M. Van Vnldenburgh, M. W. Green,
J. Mills. Mrs. Singer, Mrs. J. Rlalto, C.
D. Ripley, C. O. IJallentyne, Mrs. M.
Bonns, Mrs. W. J. White, W. L. Stock
ton, S. Hlrnl, W. II. Mclnerny, Mr. and
Mrs. II. L. Rhodes, J. Pcnslngcr, F.
Goulark, Jno. Roddln, J. Costello, O. II.
Barlow, A. 11. Hauch, A. Drosnap, W.
T. Johnson, K. P. Chllson, A. H. Bond,
J. J. Untlcr and wife, Mrs. Oakly, O.
Goumlcmnnn, Mr. Hower, Rev. O. II.
Gullck, G. L. Ulgclow, M. F. Lucas, S.
Hamilton, J. C. Palmer, Chas. Oliver,
S. Baxter, U. Wlckman, D. J. Barry,
W, J. MofTlt, Mrs. Durllng, Miss E.
Vampool, Miss Hannlgan, Miss Mon
taguo, Miss Hcrcsford, J. C. McLcod, A.
Magcc, J. II. Maxwell, J. D. Lacey, W.
J. Dollcy, S. T. Webster, J. Hurdy,
1). J. Harry, F. Davis, W. H. Holloway,
AV. j.. McUarcn, J. C. Holloway, C. II.
Cooko, wlfo and child, Mrs. T. Walter,
Mrs. L. J, Miller, C. F. Perry, D.
Sweeney, L. A. Ro3tln, wlfo nnd son.
WOULD SAVE THE HOUSE
Dr. Wood reported to tho Board of
Health, nt last session, on tho houso In
which tho latest plague victim died.
It was a new houso and tho president
pf tho Board gavo reasons for bollov
Ing it could be disinfected without bo
lng destroyed. Although dying in tho
houso the man had spent most of his
illness in a small building somo dls
tanco away. John F. Colburn Is owner
of tho house, which as before stated is
In Young street After transacting
other business tho Board went in n
body to the place. It decided there to
burn tho small building and closets,
leaving tho decision on tho main cot
tago for today's meeting.
Tho Board approved bills as below,
although Dr. Wood thought too much
was being saddled on tho plaguo sup
pression funds: Pala plantation, $187.
CO for sending tho steamer Lehua to
Honolulu with report of plaguo at Ka
hulul; scow and wharf for shipping
garbago to sea, $1337; three bills from
as many Illlo doctors for post mortem
In Airs. Serrao's body, only ono allow
Dr. Wood again brought up tho mat
ter of killing rats. It looked ns it
they wero tho cause of new cases ot
tho plaguo. To Dr. Emerson's sugges
tion of sending mongooses after tho
rats tho president replied that there
might ho danger nt the mongooses
catching and cairylng infection. Ho
thought It would bo worth whllo to
employ a professional rat-catcher, oven
if they had to send away for such a
functionary. No decision was reached.
MINSTRELS AND STARS.
Tho gamo of baseball, tho receipts
of which will go to tho ato Toyo Jack
son's widow, will tnKo piaco -Friday,
March 30, at 2:30 p. m. Tho contest
ing teams are mado up of tho old
"Stars" and a picked nlno from Ernest '
Hogan's minstrel troup. The mins
trel troup's team, whllo in Australia
took in twenty-flve hundred dollars in
receipts from games and distributed It
In a llko manner among those they
thought worthy ot It Mr. Tom Logan,
tho manager of the minstrel team, is
very enthusiastic over tho outcome
and the success of the affair. Ho has
received tho consent of the young la
dles ot both tho Orphcum Stock Co.
and tho minstrel troup to soli lets, the
receipts of which wll also go to swell
Toyo Jackson for a long timo pitched
for tho "Stars" nnd was a favorite
among his fellow associates. His
widow was left in destitute plrcumstan-
ccs tno'ou'como or which is tho pro
posed bancball gamo.
It is interest intr to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.',
Hotel street window, t where
evidences of his skill 'are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and nth-r' art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
AUCt .ONEER AND
, it 33 Queen Street
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of the Btard of Directors of the
Olaa Sugar Co., I am directed to offer for
sale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
c. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, at .2 o'clock noon,
the 3 1st day of March, toco, provided the
assessments with Interest are not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd building.
O Wood, J.
to Wood, J.
I Wood. J.
3 Wood, J.
21 McTaggart, Jno ,... 50
26 Judd, C. H too
14 Jdeger, C. J 50
66-Southwlck, T. S too
128 Holloway, J. F is
207 Wilcox, W. L 50
237 Dexter, Mrs. S. L too
238 Smlih, A. H 500
258 Farley, J. K. 25
267 Goojacre, Geo 25
25S Goodacre Geo 25
-70 Goodacre, Geo 25
12Q Edlngs, W. S 33
141- Averdam, Capt. ...: ' 17
187 Arendt, J. H 8
407 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, H. A 33
458 Hall, J. R 77
486-Oldlng, E. E 33
489 Averdam, Miss Henny 8
S39 Gardner, Wm. A 17
574 Hall, J. R 57
5H7-Holt. Jas. L 17
588 Sam Kal Wing 8
614 Barnes, A 33
622 Waterhouse, Geo m
706 Cross, F. J 67
709 Gonsalves, M 33
712 Koungue. J. r 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
703 Howard, H. W 50
784 How rd, H. W too
785 Howard, H. W too
lemp'eton, W. M 30
818 Withers. W.S too
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18 pure. Lovejoy & Co. are distributor
920 Austin, H. C 17 tor the Hawaiian Inlands
Pacific Import Co.
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
We have placed on sale a
large Invoice of BROWN DRESSfcft
LINEN imported direct from thev
Loom of Belfast, the prices we .
put on all the grades wTe 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 .
2J " " " " " 25c
25 " " " " " 35c
We guarantee the goods
On sale at a great reduction 2?0 pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager,
933 Rlls, Jean sj
959 Andrews, L.A 75
060-Rlchatdvm. A.'W 30
962 Olnev, A.H 30
975 Andrews, A. N.. 30
1 1 14 nits, j 35
llGo-Ray, J. E j 100
1170 Rav,J. E 100
1231 Wood, J. Q 30
!2,G-EdlnEs,W. S 25
1255 Llevre, Isldora coo
I20o-Edin(ts, W. S "14
1265 Edlngs, W. S. ,17 1
1285-Rlce, Miss Nellls 15 '
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1320 Drake, W. F .'...,. 150
i332-pake,W. F- 100
i334-Drake,W. F 35
t335-DMke, W. F 50
1336 Mever, O. S 100
I34 Meyer, I". T 200
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Ausiln, D. L 17
I4t- Drake, W. F 15
1419 Judd, CH 35
1469 Kahookano, J. K 8
J. a. UASTi.E
Honolulu, H. 1., March 5, toco.
WEEK OP ttARCH 17.
Special Engagement of Ernest Hogan's
A Magnificent Company Direct from a'
Successful 'lour In Australia Com-
prle .f the PREMIERS OF THE
An All Star Combination.
The Unbie idled American.
The Unparalleled Prestldlgltatevr.
THE TROCADERO QUARTETTE,
$1,0:0 Challengers of the World In Bock
and Wing Dancing.
The Creole Contottionlst.
GRAND FIR-T PART,
Fun, Frst and Furious Select Solos
A RAGTIME OPERA
By the Full Company.
AN UNEQUALLED OLIO OF MIN
Watch the Parades. U
There la only one Jesse Moore Whls- ,
key in the world and that Is cold and
to be. PURE LINEN finches
now on sale at 75 cents a
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