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8 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, ft. I.. THURSDAY. MAHOH 22. lilfM. - I
!" Charcoal H
A new lot of the best Guava wood well burned Charcoal just received. 1
Blacksmiths Coal U
Blacksmiths Coal Kj
kl Blacksmiths Coal M
In bulk or In bags Charcoal Irons, Forges, Bellows, Anvils, Soldering
furnaces, and all sorts of tools that art used with Charcoal or Blacksmiths
ThO''. '" 'u column will bt intttltd itHttnU
wySm altmflnt inuttion; to ttntt i ttoni imtet
Hon, o ttmli d fa ttk mni o ttnlt a rnontb. Ibtiit Ibt
cbtiptil JvcrttHH( evtr ofltrti Ibt ttopU of Honolulu,
FORI" SlRr-El' EMPLUYrtENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jewelitr. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.,
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 a"d we can supply all
kinds of servants. Leave your
r-ur aJJufunal Milpplng rew see seventh past.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, March 22.
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.08. Steady.
Dew Point 64 P.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 70 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
22. Weather hazy; wind fresh NR
I E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd, I
m Next to John Nott, Jfl
Jas. F. Morgan,
-38 Queen Street-
Delinquent - Stock.
Miiuualci to Co, Ltd
'iiio holders of tho Maunalcl Sugar
Co., Ltd., stock, hereunder described,
are harehy notified that tho following
delinquent stock will he sold ut I'uhllc
Auction nt 12 o'clock noon on MuN
DAY, March 2Gth, at tho salesroom of
Jas. V. Morgan, Honolulu, unless tho
assessments, with Interest thereon, nro
paid hoforo tho above date, and, unli
the receipts from said ile are buCl-
clcnt to fully cover all delinquencies
and costs, each delinquent shareholder
rvlll ho held personally lluhlo for tho
halanco duo on his shares.
No. Certf Names No. Shares
19 Lam Kam Chin 25
20 Ylm Sea Lock 30
45 F. D. Qreany 10
47 Geo. J. Campbell CO
54 F. J. Tosta 10
OLAA 8UGAR CO.
t OST-DLACK LEATHER D0 conUlnlrr ur
L. sical Instruments. Reward TEN DOLLAKS of-
lered and no q esilons asved lor return ol same to
office, Dr. Ceo Herbett. A'aWa meet. n8;-iw
LOST A WARRANT NO. 4?i8, amount Two Hun
dred antTtn Dollars iSnooo), In my favor,
bflre a salary from the llaw'n R'aJ D ,ard has tn
lost Please return to me at Nlulll, Hawaii.
1,84-im O C AKINA
LOST Sunday, March it, Lewert & Conke NOTU
BOOK containing notes payable to G. Kelley.
FlnJer will receive
same to this office.
liberal reward by returning;
LOST A gentleman's SCARF-PIN; diamond set
tin?. Plea t eturn to Bulletin Office and re
ceive liberal reward.
WANTED A first class BOOKKEEPER tor
plantation. Apply to II. Ilackfeld & Co.
UANTED-FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
W RCOMS to let Apply on premises 1 doors
below Fort Street House. Fort street. uSo-iw
WANTED-FURNISHED ROOMS with or with
out board. Address lit Prospect street.
aANTED-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS at once,
V V American Messennr Service. Hotel and Aa-
kea streets. U4Q
Delinqaent : Notice.
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of the Beard of Directors of the
Olaa Sugar Co., 1 am directed to offer for
sale at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
. Aid.'gw, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentluneu
company on Saturday, at 12 o'clo k noon,
the 31st day of March, iooo, provided the
assessments with Interest are not paid en
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, Judd build, tiR.
3 Wood. J. C
6-Wood, J. C
to Wood, J. C
'. (trustee) ico
13 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) too
21 McTageart, Jno 50
2o-juaa, -. h 100
WANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds of
small reDalrln?. Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are stwclaliles. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by riming up aij. Also tew for rent
Kensacma street i4o-n
WANTED Mm to know that they can t haved
hv a white barber for t terns at ft. JEFFS.
610K Fort street, opp. Club Stables iw
PR SAlE-KROEGER PIANO, cheap, used one
year. Addiess J, J . Bulletin Office; 1484-jw
PEA' II TREES-Thrlda Peach Trees. Jusl recelv.d
can be ob.alned, If applied for at one.
L. W. JORD N,
u3)-iw No. to I ott st eet.
COR SALE-TIIE OLD ESTABLISHED PRINT
" lG UUSINESSof the lite Robert Grieve In
cludlnK Prrsxs. Tre. Ruing Machine, Ucml
Hinders nd Prlnllnir Outfit, complete. HUs for the
b. ve mentlonrd buslnts will be received by tli un
derslgncd, who l I furnished rarllcu'arn in regard 10
same. Jvt bu McLEAN.
1481-im Administrator Lstale nl K 'Nrt tirine.
HOW b-Lb $4500 L ase of a-stutv rosl rss
prope'ty on tort street 14 years to run Giound
Rent 18o rer annum. bare tin. Aprlvtn
1-6 Mer hint lree t.
UOR S B Lovely 11 ime on II Mania st eet,
10011140 reii conage. moj.rn
Plenf shade wrvants hou, stabl
ABLES. weal Estate Dealer
&C L. C
95 A. Barnes 10
SC A. Barnca 10
124 Dr. It. Oliver 10
154 Loo Goon 50
155 Loo Goon 30
164 Loo Goon 30
167 Loo Goon 25
178 C. Lennox 10
179 C. Lennox 20
183 Loo Goon CO
184 J. Q. Wood 10
185 J. Q. Wood 5
189 J. B. Gibson 5
205 Loo Chit Sam 35
212 Loo Chit Sam 60
219 Loo Chit Sam 10
253 J. W. I'odmore 25
255 Geo. 0. Gear 5
261 II. It. Illtcncock 19
262 II. H. Hitchcock 10
273 Loo Chit Sam 35 1
278 Loo Chit Sam TO
279 Loo Chit Sam 5
280 Loo Chit Sam 5
31 Luo Chit Sum 15
182 Loo Chit Sam I")
286 J. Q. Wood 10
119 Mrs. Lucy Ng Monwar b
d20 Wong But Nan 10
822 J. L. McComb 15
S23 B. I). Church 10
833 H. Wntcrbouso & Co 6
861 Paul Neumann CO
862 I'aul Neumann f50
363 Paul Neumann ."'10
' 364 Paul Neumann 20
8G5 Paul Neumann . 20
366 Paul Neumann 20
367 i'aul Neumann 20
369 II. Francis 10
892 Loo Chit Sam 25
394 Loo Chit Sam 25
895 Loo Chit Sam CO
409 A. L. Morris C
418 Miss C. A. Flncklor ..... 15
425 O. Whitehead 10
426 Ylm Scalock 5
427 Lam Kam Chin 6
428 C. B. Gray SO
429 C. B. Gray 10
430 C. B. Qray 10
435 Mrs. Ellse Neumann 20
43C F. II. Hayselden Tr. P. It.
437 F. II. Hayselden Tr. Miss Ewa
448 Loo Chit Sam 10
A. V. GEAR.
Treas. Maunalol 8ug. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 15, 1900.
U Jaeger, u. J
66-Southwlck, T. S. ,
128 Hollowav, J. F. ..
207-Wllcox.W. L. ...,
237 Dexter. Mrs. S. L.
238 Smlih, A. H ,
2?8 Farlev. J. K
207 uoojacre, oeo 25
26S Goodacre Geo 25
970 Goodacre, Geo 25
121, Eddies, W. S 33
141 Averuam, (-apt 17
COR SALE 34 year Lease of ts feet frontage on
Llllha street, uusiniss property.
L. 1. ABLFS.
,4,7-tf Real Estate Dealer.
FR SLE Llllha street Lit loanioo with two cot
laces. B itlnest cent'e ioj teet frontagi! to
Wednesday, March 2t.
Stmr. Walalcale, Green, from Kapaa.
Am. scbr. Krlc, Ilooa, 36 days from
Tacoma, with lumber for Yokohama.
Bk, Palmyra, Keller, 67 days from
Nowcastlc; 1,854 tons coal.
Stmr. X A. Cummins, Scarlo, from
Thursday, March 22.
Stmr. Jamca Makee, Tullctt, from
Kapaa with 2,200 bags sugar.
Wednesday, March 21. .
Haw. bk. Iolnnl, Swcetser, In bal
last for HUo.
Br. sp. Lancing, Chapman, In ballast
for tho Sound.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Molokal.
Schr. Goldon Gate, Pahla, for Molo
kal. Thursday, March 22.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Pcderson, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
Schr. Jessto Minor, Whitney, for
Eureka In ballast.
TO 8AIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr, Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Ko
loa and Hanamaulu at 4 o'clock.
TO SAIL, TOMORROW.
Stmr. Holene, Lano, for Paauhau,
Kukalau, Ookala, Laupahoehoo at 5 p.
MUNIFICENT TIMELY GIFT
L. CABLES. Re.l Estate Dealer.
FOR ALE Long Leas about tooxtooolth anlce
cottiges rlemv roum tor more bul'dlngs. King
treet nrar business cenire.
Estate Deal, r.
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Ynung St ,
opposite L II. Of. tsd. inouiKot u. c.
COR SALE Sitoo.
18: remlt. J. H 8
40; La Pierre, L. L 8
43C biles, H. A 33
45c-Hall, J. R 77
4bC-Oldliig. E. E 33
48, werdjm, Mi Heimy 8
l Gardner, Wm. A 17
574 Hall. J. R 57
5V lolt. Jas. I 17
58 am KalWIng 8
614 Barnes, A 33
62: Va erhoue, Geo 113
7c Cr iss, F. J 67
7a Gonsalves, A 33
71 Rodtlgue, J. P 17
7P Ijylor H. T 50
717 11Mm, H C 42
78-lr-rh.rh.O to A 17
769-Hambly. H. T 35
782 Howard, H. W 50
7u How ud, n W 50
78. How rd, H w..... 100
7c Howard. H W ico
7ri Tmn'eton. W. M 10
838-Withers. W. S 100
8M Austin, Mrs H. C 18
o-c Vustln. H. C 17
933 Rils, Je.tn 50
oso Andrews, L. A 75
960 Richardson. A. W 50
9O2 Ulnev, A. H 20
975 Andiews, A. N 50
1114 Rls, J 25
1169 Ray.J.E ico
1170 Rav, J. E 100
1231 Wood, J. Q 30
mo EdiiiRS, W. S 25
125 5 Llevre, lsldora 500
1200 Edings, W. S '. 14
1265 Edlngs, V. S : 17
128s Rice, Miss Nellls ' 15
1292 Richardson, A. W 25
1329 Drake, W. F i?o
1 332 D ake, W. F 100
1335 Drake, W. F 50
1336 Meer,0. S 100
1341 meyer, 1. 1 200
1342 Meyer, H. R 50
1376 Auvln, D. L 17
1401- Drake, W. F 15
LOT In best portion of Kallhl
No o Fort street.
FOR SALE $950.
COR SALE-LAND IN ALL
r CITY. By J. M.VtVAS.
LOT at Kallhl on main street.
No. , o Fort sireel.
PARTS OF THE
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
I at present vacant at the Queen Hotel. Nuuanu
,1 John Ena at Walklkl,
street, at reasonable rent.
TO LET Thi retliji e
furnUh d ir unfurnl:
house, bain ant stale Inlet asa whole- or In
part For furtli-r particular, appl to JOHN fcNA
all S N C 1 ' w O leen street. 1464-tf
THEALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St Best
I rooms and attendance In city. m
S. M. Damon, banker and Minister
of Finance, has donated $1,000 to tho
hospital for Incurables, Ho makes the
condition that It bo called "Tho Vic
Tho committee assuming responsi
bility for tho running expenses of tho
hospital Is composed of President Dolo,
Bishop Willis, Portuguese Consul Can-
avarro, Geo. R. Carter nnd Alatau T.
Atkinson. This commltteo lias pro
posed tho following names for direc
tors: Bishop Willis, president; A. L. C.
Atkinson, secretary; S. E. Damon,
treasurer; President Dolo and Father
For tho present Mrs. Willis will con
tinue her work of promotion and ad
ministration. Tho Board of Health has granted
tho uso of a two-story building at tho
Kerosene camp for the hospital. Un
der tho superintendence of Dr. Bow
man, In connection with tho quaran
tine detention service, tho building was
fully equipped as a hospital.
Had It not been tor tho movement
Inaugurated by Bishop and Mrs. Wil
Us, tho hospital would have been clos
ed and tho eighteen inmates, at tho
tlmo, transferred to Kallhl detention
camp. Then It would only havo been
a matter of weeks, If not days, when
tho sufferers would havo been told
to shift for themselves. In many cases
(his would mean their being turned
out on tho street to dlo a lingering
Hogan and his folks turn over fresh
leaves In their song and Joko books to
night entirely changing tho entire pro
gram. New solos by overybody, whllo
tho chorus which has been heard to
such advantagj tho past week will bo
at their bcBt In tho fresh selections
and especially In tho new closing act
"Return of Old Eph," which Is a typical
dramatization of old tlmo negro Ufo on
tho plantations. Hogan, of course, will
bo to the foro with now songs and say
ings of whch ho has an Inexhaustible
supply. The house Is already practi
cally sold for tonight and deeply mort
gaged for tomorrow and Saturday.
Saturday afternoon there will be a
grand matinee and cut rates have been
arranged for tho children. The houso
will be rcscrvcu as usual and reserved
scats In any part of tho house arc oh
talnahlo nt 25 cents for children and
50 cents for adults.
BY TmE PRESIDENT OF THE RE
PUBLIC OF HAWAII.
WHEREAS, It hath been shown to
my satisfaction, that, by reason of tho
oxlstenco of nn infectious or contagious
dlscaso known nnd ' designated as
PLAGUE, in certain foreign countries,
there Is serious and continuing danger
of tho introduction of tho samo Into tho
Hawaiian Islands, and that, notwith
standing tho quarantlno defense, this
danger Is so increased by the Introduc
tion of certain foodstuffs from such
countries, that a suspension of the
right to Introduce tho same is demand
ed In tho intorest of tho public health.
NOW, THEREFORE, Dy'vlrtuo of
tho power In me vested by law, I do
hereby PROHIBIT the introduction in
to tho Hawaiian Islands from all for
eign ports and places infected with bu
bonic plaguo, and moro particularly
from the port of Hongkong, China, all
or any of the following described food
stuffs, to wit:
Cuttle fish and other dried fish, Illy
flower, oranges, dates, lichees, nuts,
fungus, ducks, pork, sausage, dried
meats, dried vegetables, cabbago,
olives, birds' nests, eggs, htzo (cooked
rice and beans,) sea weed, mushrooms.
Said prohibition to contlnuo as to
each of said ports or places until after
tho expiration of SIXTY (60) days
from tho tlmo said disease known nnd
designated as PLAGUE shall ccaso to
exist In Bald port or place.
This PROCLAMATION to tako ef
fect from and after tho dato hereof.
OIVEN under my hand and
tho seal of tho Republic this
SEAL 21st day of March, in tho
year of Our Lord, ono thou
sand, nine hundred,
(Signed) SANFORD B. DOLE.
By tho President,
(Signed) ALEX. YOUNO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Special Saturday Matinee
A GREAT SUCCESS.
Entire Change of Program
SPECIALTIES! NEW SONGSI
FRESH WHIMSICALITIES BY THE
THE BRONZE PATH.
A Frantically Funnv Finale Entitled;
"UNCLE EPH'S RETURN."
By Ernest Hogan.
Introducing the Entire Company Pathos,
Mirth, Musk and Comedy.
Note the Special Matinee Prices:
Children, reserved seats In anv nart nt
the house, 25c.
Notice of L-ecturcS.
MISS MARY H. KROUT WILL
give a series of four drawing-room
talks at tho rcsidenco of Wm. C. Wil
der, Pensacota street, on Monday af
ternoons, 3:30 to 4:30. Tho subjects
arc as follows: "A Journey ta the
Great Wall," March 26; "Manila and
tho Philippines," April 2; "Impres
sions of London," April 9; "Personal
Reminiscences of American Authors."
Tickets for the couso, $3 each.
yOUMG TENOCR COW
'RANK aFtTCIK0N&. CO.
Pacific Import Go.
SPECIAL DRESS LINEN SALE
On SATURDAY. Ap-il 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction, by
order of tho 'ircasurer, Mr. Thomas
Rain Walker, the following delinquent
stock of tho McDrydo Sugar Co., Ltd.,
unless tho delinquent fourth assess
ment with Interest thereon, Is pal(l at
tho offlco of Theo. H. .Davles & Co.,
Ltd., Honolulu, before the day of sale:
Cert. Shares. Cert. Shnres.
Tht Brenlm Bulletin, 76 coati par
1419 Judd, C. H 2
1400 Kanoonano, j.k
J. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, H. 1., March 5, 1900.
It is interesi ine; 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 othr art
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Tnn'filifH Hnntl C-i ccrr.
Tho Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic concert at tho executive bullt'lug
grounds this evening nt 7:30 o'clock
with the following program.
Overture "Tho Armourer" ..Lortzlng
Gavotte "Arena" Fllego
Selection "Old Operas" (now)..
Duets (a) "Whispering Hopo" f b)
"On tho Moonlit Stream"!...
Miss Kelltaa and Mrs. Alapal,
Medley "Popular Pebbles" (new. .
, . . Dnctgor
March "King Carnival" (now) . .Rosoy
Waltz "Irene" (now) Uenuo.
Cake Walk "Happy Days In Dlxlo"
"The Star 8panglod Banner."
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 ve know
cannot be duplicated again and
we therefore call your atten
tion to take advantage of this
2? pieces Brown Dress Linen (special) at 20c
2 " 2SQ-.
25 - " " " H 35c
We guarantee the goods to be PURE LINEN' J6 inches
JAS. F. MORON,
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO., Ltd.
The SIXTH ASSESSMENT of to per
cent ($10 per share) Is due and ptvable on
the Assessable Stock of this Company, at
the office of Castle & CnoWe, l.t'd., on
Aorll 16, 1000, AND DELINQUENT
May 16, iqoo.
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
On sale at a great reduction 20 pieces Victoria
Lawn regular $1.00 quality now on sale at 75 cents a
piece 40 inches wide.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.