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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, 11. 1., WEDNESDAY, MAttOH 21, lltt)).
,ZT3 J. JBCTJW.wJi-t,J
A new lot of the best Guava wcod well burned Charcoal-just received.
In bulk or In bass. Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that are used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
If! Coal, at rift
I E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd, 1
jli Next to John NotU 1HJ
Jas. F. Morgan,
Delinquent - Stock.
faalei Sip Co
The holders of tho Maunalcl Sugar
Co., Ltd., stock, hereunder described,
nro hereby notified that tho following
delinquent stock will bo sold at Public
Auction nt 12 o'clock noon on SUN
DAY, March 2Cth, at tho salesroom of
Jos. P. Morgan, Honolulu, unless the
assessments, with Interest thereon, nro
paid before tho abovo date, and, unlesi
the receipts from said salo are suCl
clent to fully cover all delinquencies
and costs, each delinquent shareholder
will bo held personally Uublo for the
balanco due on his shares.
No. Certf Names
19 Lam Kam Chin..
20 Ylm Sea Lock ...
45 P. D. Qrenny ....
47 Geo. J. Campbell
51 P. J. Testa 10
6C ' "
SO A. names
31 A. Darnes 10
92 A. names 10
94 A. names 10
95 A. names 10
96 A. names 10
124 Dr. K. Oliver 10
154 Loo Coon 50
155 Loo Goon 30
164 Loo Goon 30
367 Io Goon 25
178 C. Lennox 10
179 C. Lennox 20
183 Loo Goon CO
IS! J. Q. Wood 10
185 J. Q. Wood 5
189 J. H. Gibson 5
205 Loo Chit Sam .15
212 Loo Chit Sam CO
219 Loo Chit Sam 10
253 J. W. Podmoro 25
255 Geo. D. Gear 5
261 H. It. Hitchcock 10
2C2 H. U. Hitchcock 10
273 Loo Chit Sara 3J
278 Loo Chit Sam CO
-279 Loo Chit Sam 25
280 Loo Chit Sam 25
tSl Loo Chit 8am 15
182 Loo Chit Sara '.. 15
2SG J. Q. Wood 10
"U9 Mrs. Lucy Ng Monwar b
i2Q Wong Hut Nan 10
322 J. L. McComu 15
323 n. H. Church 10
338 H. Waterhouso & Co C
361 Paul Neumann CO
362 Paul Neumann 50
3C3 Paul Neumann 10
364 Paul Neumann 20
365 Paul Neumann 20
366 Paul Neumann 20
367 Paul Neumann 20
369 H. Francis 10
392 Loo Chit Sam 25
394 Loo Chit Sam V,
395 Loo Chit 8am , CO
409 A. L. Morris 5
418 Miss O. A. FInckler 15
425 0. Whitehead 10
426 Ylm Sealock 5
427 Lam Kam Chin 5
428 C. H. Gray
429 C. B. Gray 1
430 C. D. Gray 1
435 Mrs. Ellso Neumann 2
436 P. H. Haysclden Tr. P. It.
437 P. II. Haysclden Tr. Miss Ewa
446 Loo Chit Sam
A. V. GEAR.
Trea8. Maunalel Sue. Co., Ltd
Honolulu, March 15, 1900.
The Evening BoIIeUa, 71 ctratt pr
OLAA SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice.
In accordance with the'By-Laws and by
order of die Beard 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 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, Judd building.
10 Wood, J.
1 Wood, J.
3 Wood, J.
21 McTaggart, Jno 50
20 juaa, t,
66-Southwlck. T. S. ,
128 Holloway, J. F,
207 Wilcox, W. L. ...
237 Dexter, Mrs. S. L.
238 Smith, A. H
218 Farlev. J. K
267 Goojacre. Geo ac
268 Goodacre Geo 25
770 Goodacre, Geo 25
329 Edlngs, W. S 33
41 weruam, iapt 1
)8; ruenai, j. h
40; La Pierre, L. L
43( -Giles, H. A
45c-Hall, J. R
48C-Oldlng, E. E
481 verdam, Mis Henny,
hc Gardner. Wm. A
574 Hall. J. R 57
5!; Holt, Jas. L. 17
58' Sam KalWIne 8
'if Barnes, A. 33
622 Aaierhouje, Geo 133
706 Cross, F. J 67
709 Gonsalves, M 33
712 Kodrlgue, J. P. 17
714 Taylor H. T 50
717 Mistln, H. C 42
718 llerbach, O'to A 17
760-Hamblv. H. T
782 Howard, H. W 50
7j Howard, H. W 50
784-How rd, H. W 180
785 Howard, H. W ,00
701 T'inri'eton. W. ft 30
838-Withers. W. S IM
881 Austin, Mrs H. C 18
92c Austin, H. C 17
933 Rlis, Jean 50
959 Andrews, L.A 75
960 Richardson. A. W 50
962 Olney, A. H 20
975 Andrews, A.N . . 50
1 1 14 Rlls, J 25
1169 Ray, J. E 100
1170 Ray.J. E ; 100
1231 Wood, J. Q 30
1236-Edlngs, W. S 25
1255 Llevre, Isldora ,.: sco
1260-Edings, W. S ..' 14
i265-Edlngs,W. S ' 17
1285 Rice, Miss Nellis 15
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1 329 Drake, W. F 1 50
1332 Dake, W. F 100
1,34 Drake. W. F .
1335 Drake, W. F 50
1336 Mever, O. S 100
1341 Meyer, I. I , 200
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Austin, D. L 17
1401-Drake, W.F 15
1439 Judd.CH 25
1469 Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. ., March 5, 1900.
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 orders
for menu cards and other art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
TrrJS'''' '" '" column mil tt inutlld til f emit
rm attnifirtt inittttont to etntt MtonJinur
Dint to ctnlt a tt ttk and o emit a month, lbh 1 Hi
cbt0pttlidtrlttin( tvtr offtrttt tbtptoplt of Honolulu.
FORT STUblir EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hoursio to 12a. 111.
2 to 9 p. m.
We wish to let the public know
that the Agency never charged any
commission on laborers living in
Relief Camp and we can supply all
kinds of servants. Leave your
I OST-BLACK LEATHER B3 containing sur-1-
elcal Instruments. Reward TCN DOILAkS of
fered and no qiestlons asked for return of same to
office Dr. Ceo Herbert. Alakea street.
I OST-A WARRANT NO. 4iS, amount Two Hun-s-.
dred aniT.n Dollars i$iiooo). In my favor,
belne a salary from the Haw'n Rad Board has teen
lost. Please return to me at Nlulll, Hawaii.
1484-im O. C AKINA.
LOST-Sunday, March 11, Lewers ft Cooke NOTE
BOOK containing notes p)rle to G. Kelley.
Finder will receive a liberal reward by returning
same to this office. u8--iw
I OST A gentleman's SCARF-PIN; diamond set-i-
ting. Pleae 'elurn to Bulletin Office and re
ceive liberal reward. urvlf
ANTED flr.t class Bf'OKKFEPER lor a
puritan. n. Ap;ly to II. Ilackteld & Co.
UANTED-FURNISHtD AND UNFURNISHED
" RcOVIS 10 let Arpl nn f
be'ow Fort Street House, Fort street.
Arply nn premie, i doois
ANTED-FURNISHtD ROOMS w.th or with-
cut board. Address ) l'rospe:t street.
UANTEO-FIVE MESSENGER BOVS at once.
' American Messenger Service, Hotel and Aia-
WANKD-N. F. UU.liSS d,i all kinds of
m.tl n.lrln l.iwfl Mn..r .n4 l..rjfi
Hose, are S?claliles. Lawn Mow.rswill be call
td for. by ringing up . Also a lew for rent
PenMrftla street " r
l AN I ED Men to know Mat they can MtvuveJ
" ey awnitt carper rur ittcn.s at n.jcir-s.
610M Fort street, opp. Club Stables
FOR SALE-KROLGCR PIANO, cheap, used one
year. Address J.J , Bulletin Office. 1484-3
PEACH TRCES-Hcrlda Peach Trees, Just received
can be obtained, If applied for at once.
E. W. JORDsN.
148J-IW No. 10 Fort street.
COR SALE-TIIE OLD ESTABLISHED PRINT
T ING BUSINESS of the late Robert Grieve In
cluding Presses, Type. Ruling Machine, Book
Binders and Printing Outfit, complete. KIJs for the
above mentioned business will be received by the un
dersigned, who wilt furnished particulars In regard to
same. jAMtS L McLEAN.
i48j-im Administrator Estate of Robert Grieve.
COR SALE $4So. Lease of s-story business
' property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent $80 per annum, A bargain. Apnlvto
j6 er riant street.
FK SALE Lovely Home on Bcretanla sbeet. Lot
looxuo Neat cottage. Modem Improvements,
Pl.nt shade rvant house.
stable sec. 1- 1.
ABLES. Real Estate Dealer.
14 year Lease of 75 feet frontage on
I l. AULC3,
1477-tf Weal Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Llllha street Lot loiaioo with two cot
lages. Business centre 191 feet frontage to
build on. L. C. ABLES. Real Estate Dealer.
PR SALE Long Lease about 100x100 with 7 nice
cottages plenty room for more buildings. King
street near business centre.
COR SALE TWO
COTTAGES on Young St.,
r opposite L. H. Dee, Esq.
Inquire 01 u.
1 404 -If
PR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
slie 80x150, Applv to
No. ,io Fort street.
FOR SALE $050. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
slie 751150. Apply to
No, J.o Fort street.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF
By J, M. VIVAS; ij8
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable rent, i46?-im
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl.
1 furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part. For further particulars, anplv to JOHN LNA
at I. I. S. N. Co.'s office. Queen streeL 44-tf
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. Ml'
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the Fifth
Assessment of five (;) per cent. (Si. co per
share) levied on the assessable stock of
the McBRYDE SUGAR CO., LTD., is
due on March ist, 1900, and will be de
linquent on April ist, 1900, Stockholders
will please make prompt payment at the
office of Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
By order of the directors.
THOS. RAIN WALKER,
Treas. JV.cBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Feb. 8", 1900. 462-6t
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the Sixth
Assessment of five (5) per cent ($1.00 per
share) levied on the assessable stock of
it. u.DDvnc cttrAD rr im 1.
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due on March 15th, 1900, and will be de-
llnquent on April ist, 1000. Stockholders
win piease mane prompt payment ai ine
office of Theo. H. Davles St Co., Ltd.
By order of the diiectors.
THOS. RAIN WALKER,
Treas. McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1900. 1462 6t
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 7 of 10 per cent on the assessable stock
of the KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., is due
and payable February 2, 1900.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Honolulu Feb. 1, 1900, 146H
I or aJJilloiul Mii pin Newt see Stvenlh page.
Weather Mureau, Punahou, March 21.
-Tcmpcraturo Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum, 78.
Hnromctcr at J) a. m. dO.09. Steady.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 62 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
21. Weather hazy; wind fresh NB.
Tuesday, March 20.
Am. flp. Henry B. Hydo, Scrlbnor,
191 days from Norfolk, Va.
11 r. sp. Hllston, Joslln, 58 days from
Tuesday, March 20.
Dr. sp. Asplco, Drcmnor, In ballast
for tho Sound.
Stmr. Nooau, Wyman, for Hawaii
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTBttNOON.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Molokal,
ports nt 4 o'clock.
Trouble on 'the St. Kntlterlne.
Tho crow of tho St. Katherlno will
have a hearing before Consul Haywood
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho sail
ors and second mate claim that tho
captain misused them from tho day
they left Now York until they arrived
here. Second mate Chaso states that
ho was locked up In his room for forty
five days; after being released from
custody ho was abused and 111 troated
by the captain and first mato, tho only
ones In authority abovo him.
Cabin boy So Roy also claims to havo
been shamefully abused by the head
steward; being cursed nt and put to
sovcro work In different capacities until
on tho verge of exhaustion. Ho says:
that somo stratllng accusation will
como up at their hearing today. Ono
of tho sailors took sick after being out
ono day and ho so lacked tho proper
attention no all but died. If tho state
ments mado by tho second mato and
cabin boy aro at all truo tho captain
will havo to answer to somo very seri
Police Court Notes.
The caso of Geo. Miller, held for the
different charges of larceny In tho sec
ond degrco, was again postponed.
Chns. Sokalla, held for assault and
battery was reprimanded nnd dis
charged. Ah Kal was fined $5 and costs for
being a common nuisance.
Geo. Klklla, Kaca, nnd J. Aklma will
bo heard on tho 23d of this month for
W. II. Sutherland was fined $10 and
costs for cruelty to animals.
Sam Kconl, Mashlmoto, O. Robollo
and Manuel Alfonso wore each fined
$2 and costs for drunkonness.
II. E. Vincent will havo a hearing on
tho 23d Inst for three charges of lar
ceny in tho second degreo against him.
Language of the Fish.
Prof. Kolltckcr, of tho Naples Aquar
ium, recently went down Into the
Mediterranean In an Iron cage lit up by
electricity. With tho aid of a powerful
receiver and a specially constructed
phonograph ho registered tho expres
sions of surprlso with which tho fish
welcomed his appearance. Ho notes
that tho sound mado by ono fish differs
greatly form that of another, nnd has
summed up tho results of his experi
ment in tho conviction that tho sound?
by fishes will yet be recognized us rt
Historic Church Burned.
St. James' rectory, near Friendship,
Md., has just been burned. Tho com
munion scrvlco belonging to tho
church, and presented by Queen Anne
In 1702, was destroyed, as was ulso tho
silver baptismal bowl glvon by a Mrs.
Locho many years since. Th" church
records dating from 1857 weio also de
stroyed. The alms plato presented to
St. James' by the wife of tho first rec
tor, tho Rov. Henry Hall, in 1732. was
also destroyod. 1 his rectory wr.E prob
ably tho last of tho old rectories in
Southern Maryland, nnd whs u commo
dious, hip-roofed bulldln?.
Tho two chief States of tho North
and South respectively, New York and
Georgia, still adhcro to annual sessions
of tho Legislature, and In both last
year tho biennial session project was
sidetracked. Thero aro now six States
only having annual legislative ses
sions, of which tho Empire State of tho
North and tho Empire Stato of tho
South aro two.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
SANITARY DISTRICT, HONOLULU,
Office of the Board of Heath,
Honolulu, H. 1 , March 21, 1900.
At a meeting of the Board of Health on
the 20th diy of March, 1900, the follow
ing amendment to the District where the
Sanitary Regulations of the Board of
Health shall apply was adopted:
"The SaMtary Regulations of the Board
of Health shall apply to, and be In force
within, that portion of the District of Ho
notulu Included within a radius of five
miles from the Executive Building."
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
Settling Wlilcmnnn Estate.
Henry Smith, master, has reported
on tho first and final accounts of tho
will of II, A. Wldomann, deceased.
Ho recommends that they bo approved
and tho executors discharged, thus
j closing tho administration and opening
new accounts by the trustees, who nro
tho same persons, viz.: H. R. Macfar
lano, P. W. Macfarlano and J. M. Dow
sett Tho Incomo balance Is $7098.33,
which must bo distributed, and tin
capital to go forward is $23,207.84.
SInco tho filing of theso accounts the
death of the widow has mado It Incum
bent on tho trustci-a lu pny bcquoHtfrof
about $150,000 to tho children nnd
grandchildren. Tho master Is given to
understand that It Is tho trustees' In
tention to realize, for this purpose, on
all tho personal property, It being their
Intention to keep tho realty Intact.
Tho master acknowledges that ho was
much assisted In his examination and
audit of tho accounts by the expediti
ous manner In which they were pre
Hawaiian Sugar Exports.
Imports of sugar from the Hawaiian
Islands at San Francisco for Pobruary
wero ns follows: '
Feb. 2, Annie Johnson 24,798
Feb. 2, W. O. Irwin 8,000
Feb. 3, Mohican 6,280
Feb. 3, Diamond Head 24,188
Feb. 3, Jcnnlo Ward 5,423
Feb. 4, Cleveland 18,700
Feb. 5, Aldcn Bcsso 13.9C6'
Feb. 8, Alice Cooko 22,814
Feb. 13, Klnou 10,200
Feb. 18, S. C. Allen 2,113
Fob. 18, Amy Turner 22,974
Feb. 18, S. G. Wilder 16,350
Fob. .18, J. D. Spreckols 6,294
Feb. 18, Lurllne 9,630
Feb. 19, Paul Iscnborg 35,856
Feb. 19, J. M. Wcatherwax .... 10,584
Feb. 39, Mctha Nelson 10,700
Feb. 27, Australia 13,637
Feb. 27, Transit 15,300
Feb. 28, John O. North 6,431
Total bags .., 303,738
Theso cargoes are equal to 35,436,100
lbs. It Is expected that tho deliveries
for March will bo heavy, as thero was
much sugar en route and to bo shipped
on tho 1st instant.
Board of Health.
At tho meeting of tho Hoard of
Health yesterday It was decided to at
tach a fee of $2 for every Injection of
the prophylactic mado. It was also
decided to havo overy person examined
beforo departing for tho other Islands.
And if they nro foun dnot to havo had
taken the prophylactic Injection, to
bo refused passage.
Dr. Wood also mado mention of tho
fact that In a number of disinfected
houses that he had visited, the cloth
ing bad been ruined and he also fur
ther advised that tho Board get n list
of damaged articles and to rcDlaco
them to the extent they should sco fit.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort Street PROGRSS BLOCK Fort Street
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
We have placed on sale a j
large Invoice of BROWN DRESS .',
LIN5N imported direct from theft
Loom or Belfast., the. prices we v ,
put on all the grades we know
cannot be duplicated again and
we therefore call your atten
tion to take advantage of this
2 pieces Brown Drees Linen (special) at 20c
2$ " " " " . " 25c
We guarantee the goods
On sale at a great reduction 2?0 pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager,
WEEK OF ARCH 17.
Special Engagement of Ernest Hogan's
A Magnificent Company Direct from a
Successful Tour In Australia Com-
PROFESNP.REMIERS F B
An All Star Combination.
The Unbleached American.
., ,, DANTE,
1 he Unparalleled Prestldlgltatevr.
THE TROCADERO QUARTETTE.
THE KENTUCKY FOUR, '
i,oco Challengers of the World In Buck
and Wing Dancing.
-1 LITTLE SIREN,
. t The Creole Contortionist.
GRAND FIRST PART,
Fun, Frst and Furious Select Solos
A RAGTIME OPERA
By the Full Company.
AN UNEQUALLED OLIO OF MIN-
Watch the Parades
Blectlon of Officers.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO.
At the adjourned Annual Meeting of the
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO., held this day.
the following officers were elected for the
President, H. P. Baldwin.
Vice President, W. M. Glffaril.
Treasurer, J. P. Cooke.
Secretary, W. L. Hopper.
The above together with J. F. Hackfeld,
C. AL Cooke and R. Catton, constitute
the Board of Directors.
W. L. HOPPER,
Secretary Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honolulu, March 19, 1900. . 1484-21
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
Company, Queen street, Honolulu, on
Monday, March 26th, toco, at 10 o'clock
a. m. N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, March 12, 1900. 1477-td'
to be PURE LINEN 36 inches