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Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
"W. H, RICE, President. "W". S. "WTTIKEJTtS, :M:a.ria.ger. 1487
: 33 Queen Street
Delinquent - Stock
- in the- -Kihel
On S AT UKl) AY, April 2S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesrooms 3J Queen street, Ho
nolulu, 1 will hell at Put)!!? Auction, by
order of tlio treasurer, .Mr. J, 1. Cooke,
ho fpllowlngecrtlflcaUdofstoek in the
Kihel I'luiitatiou Co.' unless the
FIFTH assessment, delinquent I'UH.
'JSth, with inlet est thereon, Is paid on
or befoio the day rniil hour of bale:
11 Jetso Maknlnnl 1U0
29 It. Wnterliouso & Co.
31 II. Wnterliouso & Co.
32 H. Waterhouso & Co.
85 F. 11. Angus
127-W. K. NeniKUi
15'j W. 12. Uelllnr;
1C9 G. J. Ilolsso ....-....,
201 Henry Hapal
22S Chas. Lucas
229 P. M. Lydlg
313 How Hoy
31C Dao Wai
3C9 W. II. Goctz
3S3 Chlng Lum 25
133 J. F,. Kahoo f.
4 14 Wm. Thompson 10
450 W. C. Achi 100
491 W. C. Achi 100
C22 J. F. Stectz 20
G30 L. Ah Long 10
C37 W. C. Achi 100
Gfi3 Geo. Desha and C. J.
G02 J. F. Soper 23
C31 H. 11. Schrotko 50
C3S T. Ah Tong 17
CC3 C. H. Laago 10
C79 C. H. Laago 20
CS0 C. II. Laago 2(1
771 W. L. Fletcher 3J
SIC .1. i:. Taylor 10
937 Lee Chu 13
93S Yco Chin 20
939 Yeo Chin 25
910 C. Din Sing 20
933 J. 11 .Hush, trustoo 2(1
101C N. 12. Gcdgo 13
1029 Chns. Phillips 10
103312. It. Illven 5
1030 S. 12. nishop r,
1071 Yeo Chlng 10
1077 A. II. Ingalls 10
10SC J. S. Martin
1091 C. II. Laago ....
1132 T. A. Ilonnaghln
1133 T. A. ilonnaghln
1115 L. II. Plmental ..
1159 M. A. Gonsalvcs
11S1 A. Harrison ....
1193 W. C. Achi
1210 Chns. A. Don ....
1212 Wm. F. Joclij.- ..
1281 Martin Dowers ..
12DC D. C. Robertson
1320 Chns. Phillips 10
135S .Tno. Hind
13S9 Geo. Mnnson
1392 Geo. Mnnson
1391 Geo. Manson
1395 Geo. Mnnson
139C Geo. Mnnson
1100 Look Chlng
1403 J. II. Schmidt-
1155 II. P. ltoth
1501 C. J. Falk
1509 Jas. S. Tewaloy ....
1511 T. F. SodgwUk
1550 C. J. Falk
1531 C. J. Falk
1589 S. It. Jordan
T. II. Petrio
Honolulu, April fi, 1900.
J. F. MORGAN,
lNTErWSLM) I I EG RAH. CO.,
An ASSESSvihNl uf 10 rer cent en
the asessaoe stock ot this eomwi
ICVICU lin UdYi 13 liuvv uuc illiu i-.vaL
atths'flire of laj, F. Morgan, 33 Qutin
Treas. lnter-Uland Teltgraph Co., Ltd.
April 3rd, inoo. 1407 iw
An ASSESSMENT of $5 per share Is
now due and payable on the tock of the
SANITARY STEAM LAUMiRY CO.,
LTD., at the office of J. A. Manion.
Honolulu, April 5, 1900. t49Q'3t
in S-ich r.nliVnpnin Ylilr.h Cnw.c r
White $ Spowii Leghorn Chickens""1
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Prof. Kocbolo Is expected to return
by the Nippon Mnru .
The .lames Malice is putting sugar
into the St. Frances In tho stream to
day. The schooner Okanogan, lumber lad
in. sailed fiom l'ort Ludlow for this
poit .March 31.
.Miss Matilda Walker, the young Ha
waiian pianist, will shortly leave for
tlermany to resume her musical stud
Its. Al. Moore and Jim Gorman, the
Iteglment ball players, will lanvo in
the Australia for n visit to friends at
On last Saturday soventy-flvo per
sons wore Inoculated with prophylactic
and up to this afternoon fifty applica
tions have been made.
It is rumored that A. VI.7avona, for
merly chancellor of legation under dif
ferent French commissions huie, will
shoitiy return to tnko M. Moets place
ns consul for France.
Captain J. F. Merry of tho Naval
Station and Lieutenant Commander
1'oiul of the Iroquois have both been
Mibpocnncd in tlio casi
vs. the Wilder S. S. Co.
aso of Hind ct nl
A. V. Gear leaves for Maunalci plan
tation, Lanul, In the Lchua this even
ing. After having linlshcd his business
at that place ho will probably go over
to Maul. The whole tup will take
about n week.
This is Holy Week and thero will bo
special services at the Catholic and S'.
Andrew's cathedtnls. At St. Andrew 3
thcie will bo dally services until Fri
day at U:30 and 9 a. in., at noon, and
at 5 p. m. The story of the Cross will
be sung at noon dally.
Jnpinieeic mill Chinese Meet,
It Is estimated that there wero up
wards of 1,000 Japanese and Culneso
present at the mass meeting protesting
against tho Court of Claims In the Ja
panese) school house yard on Nuuau'i
avenue Saturday night. This meeting
was held out under n tvmporaiy struc
ture In tho yard that was docoruteo.
with Hags of the two intlous .cprcsont
ed and lighted by electric llghw. Long
before the time nppomtoJ for tho meet
ing, thero wero vast ciowds of Chi
ncso and Japanese on tho ginuuds.
'1 he meeting opened nt 7 o'clock
sharp. ICach nationality was repies.'iit
cd by n presiding olllccr on tlu stage.
Mr. Wlnam appearing for the (.aim.1
and Sato Gungl, editor of tho "Shun
Nippon" for the Japanese. 1 no Clii
ncse speakers wero Chung Ming and
Wong Shin; Japanese, . otsuna, Y.
Soga and Islilkawa.
At tho conclusion of th'i addresses
tho gist of these wero trnna'niod into
Fngllsh by Wm. T. Kwal l'ong mid A.
K. Ozawa. Tho burden of ihn houi was
a protest against tho pcibonuel of tho
Couit of Claims and tho rules goern
Ing that body. Tho greatest of enlliu
siaHin was displayed throughout the
proceedings nnd a moro orderly nitet
Ing was novor held In Honolulu. Just
beioro tho tlose, cheers veto given for
the United States, Japan und China.
At 10 o'clock this forenoon ibe fol
lowing resolution w.vj presented to
l'resident Dolo at tho Jixectttlvo build
ing by a commltteo of .laiianeso and
Chlneso appointed for tho purpoe.
Hesoivcd, That It la tho sense of tho
Japanese und Chlneso residents of Ho
nolulu In mns3 meeting assembled that
tho rules und lcgulatloni published In
regard to tho Court of Claims tiro un
fair and unjust nnd should bo changed.
That 110 claims for dmnrgt's nhould
bo presented to bald Court for adjust
ment, for tho reason tli u under tho
exlBtini: rules justleo utiuot be ob
That n copy of tho ie3olutIon bo pre
sented to Pirbldent S. I J. Doln by a
committee appointed by the el, nil man
of this meeting.
Opium Smulicrs nt Kallhl.
Although tho old and decrepit opium
smokers at Kallhl camp somo ten In
all havo been given notlco to leave
tho nlaco. they uro still there. 111c
Hoard of Health has ordered their ra
tions and iillowaneo of opium atopputl
so that they are In n sail plight Indeed.
They have no placo to go and tho
Chlneso societies do not seem to bo
arranging anything for their 1 pilot
Formerly, tho old follows wero housed
nt tho Tong Hlng society, burned dur
ing tho Chinatown fire. . .
Superintendent McVeigh nnd Di.
Howard nro doing nil in their power
for tho poor fellows, but it Is tlmo tho
societies wero doing Bomethlng for tho
y I rocf of tllcr ullroitiumto
Now Clip tu 1 11 Merry.
Cantnln J. T. Merry received by tho
Inst mall his commission as captain In
tho United States Navy, signed by
President McKinley and Sccrotary
John D. Long. Captain Merry has
placed his namo on tho list for assign
ment to ono of Undo Sara's big 'light
ing craft nnd Is likely to bo called at
any tlmo. It will bo remembered
that Captain Merry went to San Fran
elbco recently to tako hla examination,
preparatory to promotion from torn
rannder to captain.
Plymouth Rocks and
Wft.lJi. in fill toamir uitll it inuitlJ at Hurl,
J a tint first Insertion; to eenti teeantt inset
tton; to eenti a neek dnJ o etntt a month, 7 An it tfa
cbiiptlt Jrt)Hnt tut ejereJ the people of Honolulu.
Four srm-.Br employment
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blatt Jeweller, Hours: 9 to 12.1. in.,
2 to 0 p. m.
We can supply the following servant WHITE
LAIIOHLkS. LiiRlneers $, Lumber Wmkcrs 4,
(oaclimrn ), Office Hos 4, llrlvers 4 Painter 1,
I imks 4. Cabinet Maker 1 General Workers tr
CHINI.SE: I'lrsi Conk J, Second (.imk , Stewards
L, Stablemen a: Yardmen 4-JAPANI.SE; Common
abiinrsTO. Carpenter 6. Dramen ?, l)rlers 1,
Stable Uos 1, General llouteworker 4. Cooks 0,
Painter 1, Stewards J. Walters a, Wa.lu'rimvn 4,
Yardbov 6, Women Servants j-l'OKTLKjULSb
AND HAWAIIAN!,: Caipentirs . Painters .
Piper Hangers a. Yardmen, Urhers la, Crneral
Workers 10 Office Hoys 4. 1481.1m
W. HUUDY'S Dental Parlors .re
now or en.
DART" OP NEWi Y rUKN'ISIICD COTTAOo suit
I b'e lor Light llousrkeplni;. Ceniral y loiatid
M this offfe tjoftti
hllCL Li tlrir ll'Jic. Queon St. Inquire Room
Pi i. i Hawaiian hrrtinier Co. i4)iw
TO LET riwreili-iue ol John hna at Walklkl,
1 furnished or unfurnUhrd Large ard and
house, ba'n and statlei. To let as a whole or In
lrl For further parHcular., arplv tu JOHN LNA
it I IS. N. t.o.'s oftice.Qieen street. 1464-tf
TlltiALOllA ROOMINO HOUSn. Fort St. Ueit
1 roon-s and attendance In city. 13)1
POKSALL-Stt VhAM'KITCII N UUNSILS;
1 ore new ti"f' skin saddle. I. O. Llox ?ao, or
F. W. MLIbR. lei. white jr. 1500 II
COR SLE A HAUY CAMRIACin In first-dass
I cont'tiqi A ply to A t thl office i49Qtt
nOK SALIi CMOICK I'ROI'I kTltS t a Hit
' E.'n Lot with iIioum'S on Wilder Mr., tivn,
lot In Kewalo abojt u.too squa e fef. $iioo; lot
wlih 4 houe, lrcome$4o per month, Jsooo a-s'ory
house and lot on Wlldtr Ate , $ 750: aii acrrsol leise
land, loer Nuuanu val i-y with. 1 oue and .bout
ooo plants ot different flowtr. J15110; l.itv Ke
walo (Queen St) $1100: 1 lot k'eua o Quten St.l
$ juo; 1 r sldence lot Punchbowl slope, $2600; .
acrel'al.ma near Klnc Si, $100. ApilytoJ. M
VIVAS, Postofh.e line, 14W'
COR SALE-INVESTMENT A controll'ntr Int-r-L
et or any part ot the stock I the HONOLULU
STEAM LAUNDRY may be had at a discount. Ap
pilc.tlonmav b made to E. C. Winston urlouls
I l.owUvom ltrtt tr-t MQT-i
Lu n ll . u,r nei.M , u-a lur s.jjle;
1 rurr and pliaeton. Apply V, W, Mi-'e' ee
phone white 51. i.it-wi .
PARTS Of Tilt
FOR SALE lj.000.
One of Ithe Choicest llulldlnc'Lotk
ON WILUrR AVE.
L. C. AtHLS. Real Estate Ajent
POK SALE-KROLCER PIANO, cheap, used one
at. Address J, J . uutieiin umce. i4-)w
POR SALE-Tlin OlDESTAllLISlinD PRINT
T IN't; lillSISLSS of the l.te Kobert C.rleve In
rluJIno Piesvis. Tre Ruins Machine. Hook
Hinder s .rd Printing Outfit complete. WJs lor the
.bove rrentloned business will be received by the un
derslcned, who whl lurnlshed partlcui.n In retard to
same. JAM, SI. McLEAN.
I48i-im Administrator Estate of Robert Grieve.
' propeity on I ort
I.ase of a-story bush ess
street 14 years to run Uiound
Kent J So ptr annum
s harriin. Appivto
c6 Mer hint street.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on YounR St..
opposite L. II. Dee, Lsq Inquire of . E.
POR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
No. jio Tort strtet.
pOR SALE $950.
LOT al Kallhl on main street,
No. ) .0 Fort sireet,
POR SALE-LANDs IN ALL PARTS OF THE
I riTY Rv I M. V VAS, ,,
LOST A While Panama ll.tul ha "ioel" nrcund
It someulwe bt-een Wilcox residence and
Walkikl. I Inder please i.tirn to LI(NI:bl IIOtiAM
atOipneum Thtaire .ndre.elve rtward. ijo.-tj
I OSr A larce. Hack I OG, lh .1 white mark
t- undr hW neck. Answers 1 1 the name of p ft.
Is mlksmi; from 101 Pumhtoftt sticit Any one re
tup ln the dot w"l be renarJ.J. Tag and collar
in MRS I. F WARD.
Lost A irinilenun Se,AHI -('IN; illanoni kei
ting. I'lru e eturn tu Uuletln Olnce n4 re
ceive llDer.l reward 1477-11
WAN I ID A cnj-ianl rouJ condition let of
Tim Am. CvclicfJu an Annual! Horn
1870 to due or tlnlarlc C.vtl pe'JU pcase Hate
luet price. AJJre. t. K J ! w. nogb.
WNrr.I Lvervone in know that the new CLUD
-IUViNG I'AKl.OkS will op n May lit at
Iftt King fctreel n X tn W V D'tnnl wor-lf
WANIfcD N. e. UUKULSS does all kinds nf
tmall repairing. Lawn Montr s and Garden
Hose, are specialties. ln Mowers will l-o call
ed for, by riming up no Also a tew for rent
Pensarnla street ti.o-'
WANTED Mtn to know that they can eet .naved
by a white barber for n cents al II. JEfrS,
6ia'- Prt .fr.et. npn Club Stables
Hawaiian Electric Co.
A Special Meeting of the Stockholders
of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
will be held on Friday, April 27 1900. at
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of amend
ing the By-Laws of said company, at the
office of the Hawaiian Safe & Investment
Co. W. L. HOPPER,
Weather Durcaii, Punnliou, April 9.
Tcmperaturo Morning minimum,
GC; Midday maximum, 78.
Daromctcr at 9 a. m. 10.00. Irregular.
Dew Point CI F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
9. Weather clear; wind fresh NI3,
Saturday, April 7.
Stmr. NIlliRii, Thompson, from Maul.
S. S. Czarina, Seaman, 11 days from
Sunday, April S.
Stmr. Lchua, Dennett, from Moloknl.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullott, from
Am. schr. W. II. Smith, Smith, from
Moilday, April 9.
V. S. A. Transport Oiunt, Deaufort,
from Snu Francisco en route for Ma
nila. Am. bk. Unfits 10. Wood, Mcl.eod,
from Newcastle; 205S tons of coal for
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Saturday, April 7.
Stmr. Mokolll, for Molokal.
Dr. bk. I2ast African, Decent, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTKUNOON.
Stmr. Klnnti, Freeman, for Maui nnd
Hawaii porta at 5 p. in.
Stmr. Lchua, for Molokal nnd Lannl
at 5 p. m.
From Molokal, por stmr. Lohtia, Apr,
S G. W. Itobortson, G. N. Wilcox, A. S
Wilcox, James Wakefield. A. F. Judd,
Jr., Mrs. P. McLanc, child and servant,
.1. S. McCnndlcss, J. Scott, A. Sinclair,
James Kncha, Kashtwaliara.
SiiHpIcIoiiH Cnse on Clilnn.
Son Francisco, April J. Tin' Pacific
Mali steamer Chliu arrived Irom
Hongkong by way of Yokohama nnd
Honolulu, nt G o'clock ycHteiday after
noon, nnd was placed In ipiaranllno
by Quarantine Oflicer Klnyouu. On
March 20th, whllo at .leu, one of the
Chinese In tho stccrago tiled flora an
unknown cause, according to the ship's
doctor, nnd another Chlneso is now
sick on tho steamer. Pending tlio de
termination of the nature of the disease
tho China will bo nald In quarantine.
Tho steamer brings llfty-seven rabla
passengers and 129 .lapanes' nnd 209
Chinese steerage pasjcngert. She wan
2S days from Honkgong, 17 days from
Yokohama nnd G days 20 hours from
At St. Andrew's cathedral Sunday
afternoon there was a most Interesting
service, tho Hlshop of Honolulu admin
istering the rlto of confirmation or
laying on of hands to forty-ono candi
dates, who were picscntcd by tho Itov.
Canon KItcat und Kcv. Alox. Mack
intosh. Tho church was filled with n
largo congregation. After evensong
had been sung by the surpUtcd cliolr
the Hlshop delivered an appropriate
nddics3 to tho candidates. Two special
hymns wero aung, Fauro's "Tho Palms"
was played on tho organ a3 tho congre
gation left tho building.
Co. I- lilcctlon.
There will bo an election ot ofllcors
in Co. F, N. 0. II., at tho usual njpotlng
placo Wednesday night. Sam John
son is tho only candldnto for tho cap
taincy nml John W. Short for the first
lieutenancy. There aro four candidates
for tho second lieutenancy.
Doth Sam Johnson nnd John bhort
tiro well known ns most popular nnd
competent men In their company. Cer
tainly no better choho for captain nnd
first lieutenant could bo made.
VchsclK nt Knnnnpiill.
Tho Nllluiu, that returned fiom Mo
lokal Sunday reports tho barks Me
Near and Onnoway both nt Kaanupnll.
Tho latter will sail In ballast for tho
Sound In n few days whllo th- I'cNear
will remain to load sugar for ?an
Tho transpoit Hancock will bo tlio
next to Ball for Manila, leaving Sa:
Francisco April 15th. Slio will bo tal
lowed by tho Warren on May 1st, and
tho Logan on May lutn.
Notice is liereby Riven that the
yacht "Leowa" wilt be sold on the
the 1st day of May, 1000, unless
paid for, together with nil expenses
before that date.
(JIAS. D. WALKER.
I59J-W1 Yacht and Boat Builder,
Kona S 11 liar 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.
P. W. McCHESNEY,
Honolulu Feb. 1, toco. 1466-tf
Monday and Tuesday.
Last Two Nights
AN EVENING OF MINSTRELSY
Melody ! Mirth ! Music !
On the "CZARINA"
due any moment (rom S, F. we have 80 1900 bicycles.
Of these thetc are
62 Columbine 0 18 Ramblers.
In th's lot thre are 32 of those great
Columbia Chainless B'cycles
fitted with the
- - COASTER BRAKE - -
When you coist down grade your feet can remain stallomry on
the pedaU, when you want to slow up just back pedal a little, and the
trick Is done.
Besides this shipment on the "CZARINA" we have another lot
on the "Australia" due on the nth Inst.
The plice with the largest stock of 1900 wheels to pick from
E. 0. HALL
Pacific Import Co.
spring stock in
Ladies9 Shirt Waists.
Complete line ot
ble shirt waists, at reasonable
prices. We invite inspection.
Boys' Wash Suits.
Complete assortment of up-to
date styles. Try our leader at
$1.50 -boys' wash suit; best
value in town.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRUCH, Manager,
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Publ'c notice Is liereby rIvch thitths
fniirt nf ("".lotinc fnr lnccc fiiit.l h. 111.
Board if Health In the Suppresloti of
Bubonic Plague, having teen duly ap
pointed, commlsslored and sworn, will
hold a session at Its Court Room in the
Judlclaiy Building In Honolu u on Wed
nesday, the 4 h day of April, A. D icoo,
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, ard dally at
the same hou' until further notice. (Sun
diys and holidays excepted).
All persons having claims against the
Government which properly should be
submitted to this Court re i otilied that
thlr da ms must be filed In ("upllcate be
fore the first div of June, A. D. 1900, with
the Clerk 1 f the Court.
The Clerk's office will b: open for the
leceptlon of clilms between the hours of
100'cli'cka. m. and 6 d. m. dally, (Sun
days and holidays excepted.
Blanks and Information will be furnUli
ed by the Oerk.
J. ALFNED MAGOON, President.
GEORGE A DAVIS,
ALBERT F. JUDD, JR.
& SON Ltd
The arrival of our
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