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BULTiFTTN; HONOLULU. H. I.. PATURDAY, MAY 5. 1900.
IH """ R.
lianas. I Berry,
IVcttttt 3 aaJ 4,
0w 1- C Atklnmtn anil . F. Jmld. Jr.)
AZfilNSO.. & JUDJ,
G. o. g '- r. T aw.
Offlf nr (lioii. i' . i'o.'b Dank, cor.
:SMaanniH unit Merchant Stwta.
. MutAMS STEWART,
0mo'Htr jvt Tjmw.
.' 'fragm Block opposite Catholic
lOum. rati Street, Honolulu. II. I.
A D. SILL1MAN.
it 3M Bolldlng. Telephone 213
mfilB f7 PETERSON
Attorney t Law and
J. M. K.ANEAKUA,
Attorney uud Counsellor ni
OtSef. In tho Occidental Hotel.
ttproT n! King and Alnkca Streets,
W. C Aclif. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys anil CouiidBlore
Bet No. lit West King Street
Attorney at Law
8prccfc.rU Building, Fort Street.
fi. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS VOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FORT STREET.
SariMn. Physicians .md Oentlsts.
Dr. b E. Coudert,
OF NbW YORK,
iBerctanhi Stt-eet. opposite
Q&3 "-Hour : 9:303.111.10 12m.; 2-4
p. 11,.; 7 8 p. in.
ItuUtncer fcngl iuY, Vin-yard Street.
tTXhcnscN of Children
A. C WALL, D. D. S..
Q EL WALL, D. D. S.,
jra Building, Fort Street.
iEooor; itu . Tclephono 431.
Bsxk limited to Surgery
Qmci u rtMDtNCC: Deteianla an J AUttM sit
WnaUjat$: iuiuam a in . I'.M ; iluSI'.M.
S WtlTFR HOFFMANN
WttXtiS(A STREET, (opposite the
Jolndto CI11 P. O. llox SOI.
Odtcr So'ira. 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
a., J to a p. ai. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. in.
tDR. R. I. MOORE,
IBEiw: T02 Hotel Street.
Ortn- Htiiiiti U to 12 mid 1 to 4.
iDi CUlO HU"btNS.
OFV1CK AND RESIDENCE. Ol-JDOE
COTTaGE. coitifi- Hotel and RIcharil'j
nirrru. Utlkc Iiihiib; it to 11; 'I 10 l;
Sio 4L Telepbuuu X
BE. A. K. SINCLAIR
Jchool Street, between Emma and Fort.
Eosrtr 9 to 10 n. m.. !! to 4 p. m.
Stu k p. in.. Sundays, M to IU 11. iu.
iJhpjwrwf by Voluntary Contributions.
KHKK TREATMENT to the Poor of
Xnr mrxnaiailon as to card J of ad
fiataaox md to tho service, etc., etc.,
ViWI U the
TMrd Floor, Progrpss Dlock.
enptions may be left with J. F,
ffartrftltf, L. C. Abies or Dr. Sloggett.
Ants. Brots and 'h
W. 6. Irwin & Go
WHiern fcugar Hrflnery Co., i t
Iliititwln locoinotlve Work
I'lilla'clphlu. Piiii. U. 8. Y.
NVwpII Jnlvcsw Mill Co. (Ntthwi
V 'lirHililerl.Ncw York, 0.
N Oti iiiilt & Co'h (!hmlral rrt:t'
Ah'x Cross ft Sons, high r 2s.
tlllTT (or Cane nnd CoKm.
need's Steam Plp i"!nirlna,
LSO OFFER FOR SAL1
Pnrnftlne Paint Cn's P. B. ?.
and Papers; Lucol and UtXa
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water palxU.
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, &iv
and Br.cki .
CASTLE & COOKE
Tht fca Pltniill' Co.
rtie Walalua .rrlcul"rt Co., L I,
Tht Kohali Super Cc
U Walamea Sural (III Co.
rtir Koloa Arrirultuitl Co.
Thr Fulton Irnn Work). 51 tools. Ms.
Hi. Standard Oil Cc.
. Gen. F HliVf Strain Punrt,
Tn. New Enrland lire Insurant. Co.eftei
TV .Ctna Fir !n. Co. of Hartford. C
r ACTORS s
gentt (or tho California and Oriinti
Ujnaral Manuger ol
't Squ't&blf Life Assa'-.ncsSociti
(l tl- United HUtuHlor the Uswlllf-
ritfiv Mhuit .1..1 W
rchftects,. Contractors and Boilders.
Jobbing : Prmntitlv : Attendi'd :" To.
WM. T. PATY",
lootrack and Builder.
Store and OWc Fll'lne.
Plant and Estimates Furnlihtd.
Hotel St.eet, near Beretanla.
3, A. Howard. Jr. Rosr.F.TRAi
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suit 7, Model Block. - HONOLULU.'OAHU.IH.I.
P. O. Box to. Telephone 080
H. L. KEER & CO.v
Architects and Builders
fien W Pare Tel. iso
r. W Beacdsti-e P. O. Box ??8
ItliAUDSLCE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Omce: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex
Honolulu, H. I
ikeKlies .ind Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Nutiie. 1441
Or ALL KINuf,
DcaloTH in Liuiibdr mid Oo.tl.
AL1.KX fe ROBINSON,
Sonolulu Iron "Works C .
Improve,, .ind modern SUGAR Hi
CIHNERY it uvury uupuclty tnd !i
Burlptuti tnude to order Botlar r
and RIVETED PIPES tor 'n.juin.
purpoHctt a specialty Partlrmr tte
tloo puid to JOB WORK .a-d repH.
nxeruted nt borrfl aotlnr
DURING THE TEMPOUARY AB
senre of J. R. Shnw, V. S., from thlb
Isia'nd. Wm. T. Monsarr&t, V 8., will
have' charco of his nrnr.tloo. TaIa
British Troops Disposed
. or Miaic mintage
New Ynik, April 23. A dUp.itzli to
tho lilliuliu 11 liii l.uiukn Hjyj;
'1 ho ikv.j l.uiii tnu Moo ctato prcs
cium a caur .tw of tnu situation uu
iMliiuu)' night (mil a paillal gitmiuu 01
yitllUUU H (IpLlUtlOllti. A I.OItlUll Ki
Uuucini lutclui s division lciuains al
Ivaicd hiding, with tho lloeis nitiiinii-
id nt UinuatJtt with their reserves nt
Wluhuig. Olio brtgadu hn moved
tastwnltl. 'ihu hlxili Division la 111
cnuipid nt illocmlonttln. Utncinl
I'ole-Cartw's divislou with two bi 1
gades of c.ivalty, lias occupied Locuw
Kop, r.fttr (hiving the Liutis ft cm n
series of sttong positions without meet
ing with fcerlotin risistance. 'the mount
ed Infant! y under General Hamilton
occupied tho water works ami 1 1 1
Ilocis held tho lino of hills further
east. Clencrnl French sent out cavalry
toward Ho Wets Dorp yesterday nnd
lufnntty followed, communication be
ing opened with Sir Henry Rundlo dur
ing tho afternoon. General Rundlo was
still nmtklng time iu front of Ho Wets
Dorp, with tho Hoots well Intrenched.
Urabant's colonial, with Hart s brigade
supporting them, had Hanked tho
Doers' position at Dushman's Kop and
forced the enemy to retiie. Thty had
then commenced the advance toward
Wcpcncr, having hud a running light
with tho enemy throughout Monday.
'Ihey were wltnln eight miles of Wep-e-ncr
at nocn yestctdny and were In a
fair way to relievo Colonel Dalgcty's
plucky Australians. The enemy around
Wcpcncr was apparently preparing to
retreat without waiting to meet tho
TI1C80 vailous operations uro illus
trated by two diagonal lines of Bquarcs
on a chess board, both armies being
echeloned at four stations. Ccncral
Urabant, In the southeast, Is ready to
make a move which will sccuro Wcpcn
cr and force the Uocrs to retire toward
De Wets Dorp or Ladybrand. Gen
et als Rundlo nnd French, In the two
middle squares, nro preparing to drive
tho enemy from Do Wets Dorp nnd tho
water works toward Thalia N'Chu onu
Qencttil Tucker, iu tho north, Is threat
ening Urandfort. Tho result of these
opetntlcns Is favorablo to the Ilrltlsh.
hut there 13 no dcclslvo success apart
from the relief of Wcpcncr, which has
virtually been effected. Tho mllitaiy
Kxptits have been hoping that the
Boers would bo caught In another
Paardcbcrg, but there Is no proof that
tho lines of their retreat nre cut olf
either fiom Wcpcner, Do Wets Dorp or
Koin Spiuit, although ono road ha
been blocked by General Tucker.
The cucct of tho British operations
If thcio be no setback, will be tho clear
ance of the district cast of Dloemfon
tcln. Generals llundle nnd French
will bo free to push on to Theba N'Chu
after General Urabant relieves Wcpcn
cr and unless ttnnspott falls them to
take up the northern- movement to
ward Wlnburg, cooperating with Gen
eral Tucker's division. Tho succc33
tf tho operations by which tho east
ern flank will bo cleared depends upon
tho lloer strength nnd their power of
Lord Roberts' tactics nre Ingeniously
devised and offer n lino study of adapt
ability. He meets tho lloeis In their
own way, but In superior strength.
Their plan Is nlways to have a series of
commandos In touch with one another.
Ho ndopts tho same system, placing his
divisions in echelon and outnumbering
them nt evciy point. Press dispatches
contain somo Interesting touches, nl
thnnch the fighting has been desultory
and Indecisive. Thousands of Dasutos
aie following the forces toward Wep
ener, looking on frcm tho edge of the
frontier like tho spectators at tho Pal
ing cf a bull ring nnd ndmlring the
good points of the game. The white
races nro offering to tho blacks enter
taining sport, even If they aro not help
ing to Christianize them.
Lord Roberts' report at midnight
contained a lucid summary of the sit
uation, with ono or two new features.
The Ninth Division hnd been sent from
Blomcfontcln to support General Ham
ilton's brlgado at tho water works as
tho Boers were holding tho outlying
hills In some force. Lord Roberts'
superiority In strength enabled him to
match commandos with an rntlr divi
sion wherever ono Is required
General Maxwell's brlgado of the
Seventh Division has nlso moved east
ward and seized the hills covering tho
wapon bridge over tho Moddcr river
at Krnnz Kraal, thereby closing un Im
pcjrtnnt line cf the Boer retreat north
ward from various positions In the
south. Thero Is s ill. however, another
road open to them further east. Tho
missing rntrol of the dragoon gunrdj
had l cjolncd Orncinl French. Lo-d
Robcits waB evidently well Bithflnd
with the situation nnd tho movement
rf tho cntlro nrmy disclose unity of
direction and cleariKsi of purnose. I
I ho Boers aro evidently nttemnting
a diversion In tne direction of Lord
Mfthucn. having rrrnfnrccd their com
mandos in that quarter.
General Hunter's hrlndes havo b"en
report) d on tho way to Klmherlcy from
In Ooncontrntod Ofopm
t. ia. n.n HMHU. lor
ANEMIA. POORNESS OF BL001
ILvan vr vvLivn.
: dj hi inning rnyuosaa
of ill Counitlc.
111 ntUlut rail, nor Smt
Vofl not ConttlfaU
Don ul Ulttkm IU Tmt
Boon brims back '
.iitin ea uu.r ,miu.i.b or ta
Whnleulat iv). Ro. Lalaveitft. Pahs
mwjmn i;..aiui.iia uraieuu
tor f inm vim.
Gmim Artlel. k
Tho oysters naturalized nt Pearl
Hailior Btme yents oj;o don't sotm to
.lavo Had much to say lately.
When tho prorcsrd receivers nr
rtfuso nro placed on tho sidewalk,
.110 dropping of fruit peel on pavaments
ought to ho mado n penal oTens It
is n malicious practice, but utterly
ignotcd by tho "peelers" who guard
Tho poor wo have always with uj.
If It Isn't poor Chlncso "boxers" not
allowed to hunt missionaries in thasu
wilds, It's poor sailots who never did
like salt water. Honolulu's citadel of
sympathy Is seldom captured, how
ever, by faking battalions. It's tho
still hunt of tho Individual dendbcat
thpt gets there.
Gtvo Kallhl anything in reason, but
don't let it supply Hawaii's delegate
to CongKes. Ho would bo npt to havr.
a bill Introduced to elevate that suburb
of magnificent distances Into n separ
ate Territory. Having done with revo
lutions, let us not havo a war of seces
sion. A Honolulu paper Is printing pic
tures to dCBtroy tho Impression that
Hawaii Is paying twelvo thousand dol
lars to mnlio upon tho outside world at
Paris. Tho Impression referred to Is
that neither our islands nor our Isl
anders are barbarous.
Passport Law Hullo, Wireless
Telegraph. I'm sorry you didn't get
hero sooner. You d havo had lots of
my custom, helping mo to keep dcad
urokc fellows from skipping out at Ka
hulul nnd Hllo. Ah, but you can't stop
me, as I have orders from Wnshlng
'.on to leave Hawaii.
Wireless Telegraph Oh, don't warm
yourself. I shouldn't stop you If I
could. Thcrc'B more agreeable busi
ness for me In these beautiful Islands
than your dirty work. I camo hero to
aid progress, not antediluvian cus
It's .the "Mac" In his namo that gives
the Kallhl orator his magic spell-binding
power. Get round a canny Scot
it you can!
Jnpancse laborers on several planta
'ions have mado an effective beginning
townrd forcing a solution of tho labor
problem In these Islands to tho advan
tage of civilization. White labor with
small allotments of land to cultivate
In cane on a system of profit sharing,
with labor-saving machinery nnd a re
cognition of the right of labor to an
cqultablo portion of tho wealth It
creates, will do tho rest. Under the
Amcilcan tiag and laws, Asiatic or anv
other "terror" will not bo permitted to
endure. Industry and rational behav
ior will, however, always havo a fair
field, no matter whether theso quali
ties bo Imported from Asia or Africa.
With horseless carriages, wireless
telegraphy audmulelessstrcct cars com
ing upon us In Honolulu a . or a heap
wo nrccompclied to sympathize with tho
out uarKy, uuwii whuhb cmuiiiuy cuiini
rattling the contents of a bag of pota
toes donated by a bsnsvoicn. practical
Joker, and who promptly added to his
supplications, "Thanns, Lord, but
pleasn let them down easier next
ADVOCA I ES PANAMA CANAL.
New York, April 21. J. T. Ford, gen
eral manager cf a railway and steam
ship lino in tho United States of Co
lombia, Is in tho city. Mr. Ford is un
engineer and represented Colombia on
tho Pan-American Canal Commission.
Ho strongly favors tho building of tho
Panama cannl, nnd gave tho reasons
for his position to a Times reporter.
"I was with tho commission for some
time," said Mr. Ford, "and I havo giv
en a great deal of tlmo aud study to
this canal, which Is a vital ono to the
American people. I favor tho building
of tho Panama cannl, and I think that
if it. Is dono the people of tho United
States will bo tho gainers. .
"Thero Is only ono thing, according
to my mind, which complicates tho
matter, and that Is tho franchise
question. Tho French company owns
tho right of concessions, nnd it will un
doubtedly demand n stiff price for
tin m. Theso concessions havo still
four ycata to run nnd, In my opinion,
Hint will prove to bo the ono draw-
hack to legislation favorable to tho
building of tho Panama canal."
Q r::;::::i:: mo.
Walter Baker & Cos
Tor catlne, drlaUInrj, am cooUlnr;.
nnc, Diuciors, rsriuTiorc
K mam baud t co.uq.
vf Cwmu Bwwt ClucoUU, 14 lb. ctkM. V
Vr roa ali by uadiko oaootaa, V
9) Walter Cake f& Co. Ud.
Sorclicitcr, Mass., U. S. A.
X. I A MnTTIi SAGE
u Uiu,t, f ul
'u,k Ci ii. ioj r.is.
Thl vir' Ins'r tct vnn Itw to lln iin (. mait-r all tV fcret- of HYPNO
ToM VlhlME'li. PHf ,1JN VL AtAd .cl ISV1. AAL..MHIIC1 H - aI.i.Mi '.. rn.l
Quickest nnd Surest flitlioJs on Earth.
Anv'wlv cm If rn th;m anJ t?l a m ir'c Influence otr nt'e!. Yrri cm he
enrrr pmlkleii' Iu cu 1 1 Jise ie an I btl h tb t nt evsrv n 1 ure. 1h:'cq ilr.me t
of tit St p w is nrnm hi"plite .111 J healt'i; deelnp will pver; criiifii' .m
-ltlon; k vjsmie thekev top;ronila.tl bo:i.il suc:es, anJ suRei;s ma ly oppor
tJUilieslo make in inc.
Extracts from Urn ill cite J Testimonials.
Wt will f rfiil $10JJ in vo'd if e ich Tcslim mhl mum ul other ihin Ptnuine.
. P. B. BKEW. X. S of Seircy. A-U .mv! "It lsuieriir t anything I havs
ever seen on t)ietiM ct. I w' I b plei el t tell 'nvnnf whit I think of it. '
A.J MHKflTi", tdlt ii Wetent Fancier, of MuNnn Ind., writes: "Since re
ce vim; your c juris ut Instructions I am comreiled ta sty thty are far In aJvance of all
J. A. LE CONTE. Oul mm, Gi., Aul t r Soith G;orah R illway Co . write.:
''Af ler a f w trl.i's wl h lucre iin? success I p it my lint Mibji t Int a dieo sleep."
D'. V H H .VtMnKiLEY, Hirrsburg. P,t., wlte: 'Tney (th- Instrn-tlons)
co er tit: who'e fclJ and ire so pta'ii a u slm jle a iv pe son cm It n tn hypnotize In a
vety simritime. I am not in the habit ot
ceriainivde-etv-s I ."
It at .'lllnt-r-'jte Id n't f illtt write for 'h'sg-Mtbink It Is sent ARSOLIJTE
LY P EE. VVeRiir.mte- ou ucce s. New York Inttiltutc of Science, Depi.
dd7t. in S'.tte Street. Ruchcster. in. Y-
Will be received at tho Offlco of tho
Minister of tho Interior until Wednes
day, May 9th, 1900, at 12 o'clock noun,
for furnishing to tho Road Supervisor
of Honolulu the following supplies In
quantities ns required from tlmo to
tlmo for tho Bureau of Roads and
Bridges, Honolulu, during the term of
six months, from May 11th., 1900.
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES.
Required by tho Bureau of Honolulu
Roads for tho term of six (C) months,
commencing May 11th, 1900
Tied Bricks, per M
Portland Cement, per bbl. (of 400 lbs)
California Lime, per bbl.
Blacksmith's best Cumberland (2210
Departure Bay, 2240 lbs.
HARNESS LEATHER AND FIND
INGS. No. 1 Harness leather, per lb.
Laco leather, per foot.
Collar pads, per dozen pairs (best
Collar pads with zinc.
Cart saddles, each.
Hamcs, per dozen pairs. .
Horse collars, II. T. or C C. (each.)
Horse blankets, No. 1, per dozon
Ncats' foot oil, per gallon.
Frnxor's nxlo grease, per dozen (G
IRON AND STEEL.
Bar steel, per lb.
Bar iron, per lb.
Norway Iron, per IV
Northwest lumber, rough, per M
Northwest timber, per M feet.
Northwest battens, per M feot.
Redwood post3, each (7 feet.)
Cut nals, per keg, iron Sd, lOd, 12d,
20d, 30d, 40d, GOd.
WIro nails, per keg, Gd, 8d, lOd.
Galvanized nails, per keg, Sd, lOd,
12(1, 20(1, 30d, 40d, COd.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, 4-ln, C
In, G-ln, 7-ln.
LUBRICATING AND MACHINE OIL.
(per gallon, bbl. lots.)
Cylinder oil "COO W"
Laid oil, No. 1.
Mineral castor oil.
Cylinder oil (Fort Douglas.)
POWDER AND FUSE.
Black blasting, per 25 lb drum, 25
Giant No. 1, 50 lb caso (5 caso lots.)
Giant No. 2, CO lb caso (5 caso lots.;
Giant powder caps, per doz. boxes.
Fuso doublo tapo, per 1000 feet.
TOOLS AND HARDWARE.
Shovels, Ames' scoop, No. 3, per doz.
Shovels, Ames' L. H., per dozen.
Shovels, AmtB1, D. per dozen.
Handles for samo "Scoops" per doz,,
"L. H." per doz., "D." per dozen.
Picks, Hunts, per dozen.
Picks, Iron City, per dozen
Handles for Bnmo "Hunts" per dozen,
"Iron City" per dozen.
Mattocks, Iron City, per dozen.
Handles for same, per dozen.
Ax handles, per dozen.
Planters' hoes, per dozen.
Handles tor samo, per dozen.
Hammers, sledge, per Tb.
Hammers, stone, per tb.
llv IS raino'j Wtlfpr nn Of etitt Sf Mit .
v.. II. I) . LL I) . I'u-me.lu ufus r,
lit'' mi, I't jo ij.-k Iiisitue, .i.u
I'.u usilv llliKtrit d.
giving testimonial, but think our course
Handles for samo "Sledge" per dox
"Stono" per dozen.
Stono picks, per dozen.
Files, flat basted, per dozen, 12-ln.,
14-in., and 16-ln.
Dandy brushes, best quality, per doz.
Brooms, push; 14-ln. glued back, etc.
Copper rivets, per lb
WhcclbnrrowB, Iron tray, each.
WhcelbarrowB, wooden tray Iron
Carriage bolts, per cent off (price list
Machine bolts, do do.
lanterns, DIctz's tubular No. 0 per
Globes for same, red, por dozen.
Masons mortar hose. '.
CrowbarB, per lb.
Dynamo wnsto, per lb.
Coal tar, per bbl.
Manila rope, per lb.
Kcroscno oil, 10 caso Iota (brand) per
2-In Galvanized pipe, per foot.
2-ln. galvanized stop cocks, per doz.
2-ln. galvanized elbows, per dozen.
2-ln. galvanized nipples, long and
short, per dozen.
2-ln. galvanized sleeves, per dozen.
Rattan for brooms, por bundle. J
HAY AND GRAIN. '.
New Zealand Oat, per lb.
California wheat hay (largo bales)
per lb. j
No. 1 rolled barley, por lb.
No. 1 surprise oats, por tb.
Wheat bran, per tb
Oat hay, per lb.
Samples of grain to accompany each
Bids must be in accordance with tho -above
schedule and must bo endorsed
"Tcndcts cf Supplies, Honolulu Uoads,"
and all supplies must be delivered at
tho point required within one uillo of
tho Post Ofllco, frco of charge and are
subject to tho Road Supervisor's ap
proval. Bonds will bo required In such rea
sonable sum as may bo named by the
Minister tor tho furnishing In accord
ance with tho tender of such Iteras-ln..
tho schedule as may ho approved by
tho Minister, and notified to tho bidder
but tho Minister of the Interior docs
not bind himself to accept tho- lowest
or any bid.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofucc, Mny 4th, 1900.
NOTICE TO HACKMEN.
Notice Is hereby Riven tint f "m and
after Septemhrr 30. 19:0, Rule Ni. 7 of
"Regulations for Carriages and Rate of
Fare, ' (Vltnatlng the 'ta-ids et arart
for llctnsed ''oTlagM In Hm lulu, will
be abnlUr-ed, and the-e f er r.n Stan.'s for
ItacUsuiil be a' lowed upon my of. the
S ieet5 of this C tv.
JV.ini-tmf thr Interior.
Interior Ofiice, AUrch 28, iqoj.
SjS,'s!,A:e,InB .f th SWkhoUer
of the HAWAIIAN mUGaR CO. will bo
n-w at 111; ro ms f the c.ham-vr of
C mmtrci', on MuNlMY, IvUy 1 ith, at
1 1 a. m , tn co tsider the question of con
tract f r the Nile of sugars, and any othsr
business that may cmn bef. re the mret
ln& V. L. HOPPER,
11 .. ..Sef Hawaiian SugirCd.
Honolulu. May 1, toco. ijjtj.
HROLD T. HAYSELDBN Is given
full power of attorney to act for me from
this date. .
y CAROLINE HAYSELDEN;:
Lahalna, Mmr, May 1st, 1900. 'isijwz
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