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THE EV1K1KG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY,' MA.Y 14, 1900
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90S $ AM,
10 Fresh California Milch Cows.
White Srown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
RIQB President. "W. S. WITHERS, 3Ca,na,g-er.
On PRIDAY, May IStli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Drill Shed premise, rar of the
LiAcu.ive duiiuiiik I Wlli ssii at .'UIHC
Auction all the wooJen bjld!nj,s and
fences erected by the Board of Health on
the Drill Shed lot, facing Hotel street.
Buildings aid sneds are covered with
cormgntra Iron, art new and will be sold
Buildings to be remove, within ten
days from day of sa'e.
rtfS'Wl' inttit column a ill hi imitltJ it if emit
-3B lintfirit inutlhni 10 tir.ll Iteotj Ituf
lion; )J tinli a wttk and fa itnli J tnrmlb. 7 Hi li ibt
tbttflit iJveitiuat tvir offtrid Ibi ptotli of Honolulu.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FORT STREET EMPLOY WENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Ulart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12 a. in.,
2 to 9-p. m.
. We can supply the follovvlr-2 servanti WHITE
LAUOKLRS: CnRlneers 5, Lumber Workers ,
Cln.tfhm'n t Offlea ll.tva . n.l.r..a . t.1-.... .
Cooks 4! Cabinet Maker 1,' General Workers 10-.
(.IIINbbU: rirst Cook 1, SeconJ Cook j. Stewarts
J. stablemen t, YrJmen 4JAI,ANLSL: Common
Labnrara art famanlare ft ft... mam fl.t.r. .
Stable Bo)i, General lloutevtorkers 4. Cooks 6,
YarJboy 6, Women Servants j-PORTUGULSl!
AND IIAWAIIANS. Carpenters , Painters .
I'aper Hanger- , Yardmen 3, Drivers 10, General
Workers 10 Office lloy4. tjit-im
WANTED One or two pleauntly slluited, un
f HIT, It hi ( 1 1 miaatf .wtnlni fJn.im elm. Ulm.
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tfr m.in mnA u.-lf j hi . Im.n
AJJres- T. W. L. this office.
On THURSDAY. A.ay 17th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the Drill Shed, Hotel street, I will sell
at Public Auction the balance of the Royal
Furniture and Silverware, consisting In
part of oil paintings, wardrobes, bureaus,
dressing rases, chairs, bedsteads with
canopies; also part of the furniture of the
old blue and gold rooms and state dining
room, etc , etc.
WANTED Will the penon win was seen taklne;
lll nlrVfl frnm 4 far,.tn u.rl ..a V-.......
ara, rAfnrn in aama a. ii.i.i .... a... .. .,.,.-
..... ........ ...i wmv na j an- .ii itii ana IIIC
nvll.r Jn lint wan, f maiu.Ii Va ...... .t..
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UANTtD-A WIIITD IIOV beteen ij anl t3
sears, to learn the retail erucer luslness.
rair salary to start. A rooJ openrntr lor the rich!
person Apply the llulletln nflice. itiiwi
WKHr" MODERATE SIZED WARE-
IIOLSE lililn eay distance from the Es
planaJe, or, thl leise ot a suitable piece at lanj on
WAiAZV&'WfJ-fyi !? "J the wash-
INGTON MERCANTILE CO.
XANTED-POSITION hv thornuoMv f.,mni.lnl
' marrleJ man (American) to Kkecliareeol small
ranch AJJress "At" llulletln Office mm.
UANTED-BrlRhT. enersetlc YOUNG MAN about
, , . -' oU to make himself useful about office
nppiy i ne waninRton Mercantile go. comer
i on anj yueen streets. i$i8-iw
WATf.DTAn EXPERIENCED MINER. Arply
12 T II. Davles& Co 15..-4.
UANTDD-FIVE GOOD SEWING GIRLS. Mrs.
n.-i c.;v-::..i"'"B - miwm noiei,
mhi j.i ttt v.uiuKr
Weather Bureau, Punnhoii, May 11,
Tcmpcrnturc Morning minimum,
67; Midday maximum, 82.
HaTomctcr nt 3 n. m. 30.07. Irregular.
Dew Point COR
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, May
1 1. Weather clear, wind light 13.
Saturday, May 12.
Stmr. N'llhnil. Tliomnson. frnm K'n-
Stmr. Manna Urn, Slmcrson, from
Stmr. Nocau. Wymnn, from Hawaii.
Br. lk. Ivnnhoe, from Newcnstle.
Stmr. Ciautllne, McDonald, from
Mnul ports, with 230 bags tnrro, S9 bags
corn, 03 bags potatoes, 40 hogs, 113
hides and CO pkgs sundries.
Sunday, May 13.
Stmr. kaual, Bnihn, from Wa'ruea;
.7138 bags sugar and 250 sheep.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from Koloa;
4924 bags sugar for T. II. Davles & Cn
, . . Monday, .May 14.
Br. sh. Austra la. Jenpl. frnm Nou'r.-ictl
Am. bl. Oakland, Peteixin, from Everett,
wasn., marcn it); iiunuer.
Schr. Malolo, for Oaliu ports.
P. M. S. C. Cltv of Pnlclni?. Smltli.
for San Francisco.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mriknttl. fiir ifrmtvitsnlml f.m.lrt
Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Pelek'unu anJ
Knlaupafa at 5 p. 111.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlli, Hanamaulu and Koloa at 5 p 111.
MAUI COURT ITEMS
Stmr. James Make. Tullett. fur
.it .1 n. m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Delinquent - Stock
Honolulu B:.wigg & Mailing
con PAN Y.
By order of the Treasurer of the Hono
lulu Brewing & Malting Company, I will
sell at Public Auction at my salesroom, 33
Queen street, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
MAN AND WIIT (htle) with or without ch'lJr.n.
t j take chirp nl rnuntri ntar lihf m nln.
man must unjcrstana earjen work.
J. b. McGKEW. Hotel
miles from ev.
etc. Apply office of DR
with latest Improvements. Apply P.
jt uux 344,
WANTED-LOANctlTsoocrfsaw on first cfas's
.; - nU Real Estate valueJ at tij.soo. AJJcess
II. C. llulletln office. unwi
WANTED-To RENT AN OmCE suitable for a
Doctor or Dentist. Apply to 41J Union Square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM-
vj.n wiyc in me alien oniv. iry nis
famous Ham anJ Igg SanJwJches anJ Coffee Cor,
..ici and i.ii ucci.. 4'IV.IV UALI. ITOrnttOr.
WANTED Men to know that they can eet shaved
bv a whha bnrbar Inr t. r.nt. a. U ICrf c
oio'S l-ort street, ooo Club Stables 'nn.tr
COR SALE OR E.CHANGE-$.
Vnlinr. alrat lm.linM.lu 111m..
DoX i. Honolulu. 15ml
rprtlfirnte nf cfnrl In cnl.l
1 "". -- " .."
', unless tne assessments now de
llnquent, with Interest thereon, are paid
on or befor the day and hour of sale:
2 W. T. Monsarrat i
32 G. A. Howard 15
JAS. F. MORGAN,
i -fort -to pcrty
By order of the Executor and Executrix
of tne Estate of Jas. Dodd, deceased, I
will sell at Public Auction at my sales
room, 33 Queen street, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The leaseholds of the Jas. Dodd Estate
in those four Kaplolanl lots known as lots
50, 51. 52 and 53. Each lot has a frontage
1)50 fed on the main avenue and are 200
eet deep, giving the lot a frontage on
main road of 200 feet and a depth of 200
feet. Lease Is for 19J. years from January
1st, iooo.at a yearly rental of $3 per lot.
Improvements on the property consist tf
arge stable, with servants' rooms, chicken
hou-es, one Cv.lone Windmill and Mill
House. Premis.s are fenced and water
For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving thr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe Just
ness Cfiice, Telephone 256.
COR SALE-A TRACT OF LAND, sltuatei on the
- sorrier 01 niuer an3 neeaumoku street.
Tor terms apply to
H'ttf JOHN r. COLDURN.
COR SALE OR EXCHANGE--Choice HOME.
. ounu street. Jjooo. J D. AVLRY. Germanla
Life otlire. isao-H
COR SALE ONE SET FOWI PIJ STTAM
PLOWS now here nJ reaiy for delivery. Tor
vaiuvuiaia apply ,.,
C. BREWER & CO.. LTD.
M'Q-"" Queen street.
COR SALE $4joo. Lease of -story business
property on Tort street 94 yean to run. Ground
Rent $80 per annum, bargain. Apply to
aoo Merchant street.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Youne St..
a OtlBntlta L. H. Dea Fan. Inniilra nf 7: K
li. Dee, Esq.
1 site 80x150.
LOT In best portion ol Kallhl
Pto. vo hort street.
pOR SALE-Jsso. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
' site 75x150. Apply to
No. 310 Fort street,
..OR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. 118.
TO LET A LARGE ROOM openlnc on lanal fac-
Ins Emma street. Suitable for married couple. All
new furniture, and modern conveniences. Applicants
must be desirable. Inquire at this office. i;i)lf
POR RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE (8 rooms).
Apply at 87 King St . opp J. D. Atherton's.
pOR RENT-OrFICt:. Apply lo J. M. Monsatral,
1 No. 10 Merchant street. mitt
TO LET rirst-class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. isai-mi
TO LET The residence ot John Ena at Walklkl,
' furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stabler To let as a whole or In
part. For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S. N. Co.'s ofhee, Queen street. 1,64-tf
POUND-A GOLD LOCKET, which owner can
have on proving property and paying for adver
tlslng at Bulletin Oflice. isijwi
pOUND-A MEDAL for a no yard Hurdle. The
owner can obtain same by calling at this office
and Identifying II and paying for this advertise
FOUND-Number KEYS, evidently dropped from
a liner near corner nf Ifor.tanla -n.1 Fnri .imi.
Owner can have same by calling at this office and
paving ajverusement. H04
I WILL NOT be responsible lor any debts contracf
' In my name without my written consent.
I5i-w S. K KAUAI.
Nl .EL JACKSON has opened a CLEANING AND
REPAIRING SHOP at the corner ol Nuuanu
na ivuKui streets, uents suits, males mack bklrts
and Panama Hats a specialty. All works guaranteed.
FilmP. kTlnill Pr..min f"r I nKntnn.
Alaaliea, Klhei, Makena, Ctwalhae, Ata
hukona, Pepeeleo, Lamnahoehoe, Ouamea
and Papalkou at 12 m. (Kaunakakal, mall
uim passengers only j
Stmr. Claudine, McDonald, for Hllo,
Lahaina, Kahulul, Nahlpu, Hana, Hamoa
and Kenahulu at 5 p. m. (Kaunakakal,
mall and passengers only).
From Walmea, rer Stmr. Kauai, .May
13. Mr. las. Coole and wife.
From Koloa, per Stmr. Iwalanl, May 13.
J. M. Conlln, Masters John and b. Conant
and 14 on deck.
From Maul ports, per stmr. Clnudlue,
Mny 13 Miss Wcsrell, I)r, C. A. Peter
son, F. L. Poller, F. H. I.angstroth, A.
Otissonl, C. F. Slinerson, Win. White,
E. Kcnlohn, .1. J. Combs, Kumalshl,
Mntsul nnd two children, Mrs. Ross,
Mls3 Mary Scholtz, Miss Kallno, A.
Enos and C9 on deck .
lTom Mnul mid Hnwnll ports, per
kiinr, .Ainuiin 1.0a, Mny 13 D. II. Davis,
Mr. Yates ( C. Aluiiin, Mr. Shlbayama,
C. Apnnn, wife nnd children, J. Kunl
moltii, J. Gnspar, Jr., T. Sylva, Jr., Mrs.
R. W. Jones and family. Mrs. J. Atch-
crly. F. Uuckholtz, W. W. Uruner, Mrs.
E. Kuluawnhlnc, Dr. Hayashl, Mr. Yn
mashlro, M. J. Sylvn, M. Fernandez,
Mrs. A. 1 crnnntlcz, Mrs. Frctas, Miss
F. Beard, D. Paris nnd Mr. Weaver and
101 on deck.
For San Francisco, per City of Po
king, Mny 12 W. R. Castle, wlfo nnd
child, Ruth Ncttleton, Miss N. M.
White, Miss Halsteatl, W. L. Grelvo
and wlfo, Miss J. K. Grlovo, L. Schweit
zer, P. C. Jones and wife, Mrs. Captain
Ahlborn and child, Miss Etulera, II. P.
Williams, Mrs. J. P. Murray, Mrs. Geo.
Wntt, F. E. Rlchnrdson, C. W. Waters,
J. C. do Vino, A. R. Morrison, Joseph
N. Collins, wlfo and daughter, F. Verg
iilitzkl, Jacob Foss, John D. Clark, D.
E. Ward, M. E. Sunday, J. L. Dalton,
Mrs. A. Davison, M. Rosenberg, M. M.
Wnlluku, Mny 11. Judge Kalun do
cldctl this week In favor of Asa Hann
oka, plalntllt-Iir-error, vs. Kntaoka, tlo-fcndant-In-crror.
This writ of error
was Issued by lions & Coko when
Mndstrntn Knlinlfllnlnnn nf Mnlnttfn..
decided In favor of tlio husband Kntn
okn. It appears that Kataoka, who has
oeen a resilient or Hawaii for tho last
four years, wrote to his parents In Ja
pan to hutn him up n wife, and his fa
ther succeeded In obtaining ono and
she came to Hawaii nel with the hopo
of getting married to him If sho found
him companionable. On arriving In
Hfllinllllll. wlinrn ahn flfat mat 1.H I..
tended, she dcclnrcd that sho would
nuvo notu.ng to uo witn lilm, nnd on
coming to Mnul sho went and lived
with her relatives In Kula, nnd utter
ly refused to live with Kntaoka. Henco
the suit In tho lower court for desert
ing bed nnd board. Tho Jtidgo In tho
lower court linlil Hint simli nmt.rlnn.nci
were valid In Japan nnd therefore valid
The Hawaiian Commercial & Sugnr
Co. has Instituted this week n suit In
bankruptcy against J. J. Combs, tho
young man who startled Wnlluku tho
past few weeks by somo of his remark
ablo new ventures In business. Tho
case wns heard before Judco Kalun
nt chambers yesterday, and tho Jtidgo
being Indisposed today, tho said cause
was postponed until next Mnnilnv
morning. The Sheriff has taken Into
ins ciiargo all the property of said J.
.1. Coins per order of the court.
A Sii.000 suit ntrnlnnt n wnll lmntfii
Wnlluku nttorney to bo brought by nn
ciiierpnsing young mnn or this town,
Is tho talk of tho town theso days. Al
though the tinners In thn cidl milt
drawn up by a Honolulu nttorney, nro
said to be In tho possession of the
young man, yet tho suit has not yet
been filed In tho Circuit Court, and
may yet vanish Into thin nlr like Ban
Tho Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co. et ol has brought n bill for Injunc
tion nnd to enncel leaso against tho
Maul Sugar Co. and twenty-nine oth
ers, most of tho defendants bclnc na
tives of Htiolo on this Island. Tho bill
Wllfl Irr1P(1 liv din n1ni.lr tit tlm nia.n..t(
Court todny nnd tho Sheriff will servo
uic summons on tno parties.
On the mauka side of Hold
street between Fort and Union,
Waikiki side ot "The Elite"
Ice Cream Parlors
Is KING BROS. ART STORE,
where one may get anything
in pictures from photos to oil
paintings at most reasonable
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
On the "Luzon"
XOW DISOHA It&lNG WE HAVE
our U8ti.il largo mid comploto assortment of Hard
ware that overy vessel from Now York brings us.
By the "Australia" and "Plantor" from San
IVanoisco wo have received a largo lot of Shelf
Hardware from Eastorn points, including a ilno
assortment of KEEN KUTTER Etlo-n Tnnlfl.
Our stock is comploto, you want to buy, wo want
to soil, lot us got together and satisfy onr wants.
No'xl to John Nott, King sircet.
I E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Insures Perfection in Bottled Beer
A' Hospitable Offering.
Tho annual mr-ntlno. nf tim Aum-.iar.
ed Charities will bo held In tho Y. M. 0.
A. hall, Wednesday, May 10, nt 3 p. m.
An nddrcss will bo delivered by Mr.
Dole nnd officers' reports will bo rend.
tno puoiic is cortllally invited.
W. C. Peacock & Co , Ltd.,
: SOLE -GKEIDTirs.
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, P.unes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc. . Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort nipee- nnu,. m M
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
Fight Aboard the Aj.ci.oi.
Tho second mate and carpenter of
tho Agenor had a tight aboard that
vessel Friday night which resulted In
tho loss of ono of the latter's front
teeth nnd n larco number nf lirnlsnn
nnd cuts about his face. Tho mate was
arrested Saturday, and tho case camo
up for trial In the Pollco Court this
Tho evidence showed thnt tho mate
hailed tho ship twlco from tho wharf
and that nobody responded. Tho watch
man was playing cards In tho carpen
ter's room. Tho latter Interfered when
tho mnto was remonstrating with tho
watchman and tho light resulted.
Tho carpenter claimed that tho mato
kicked him In tho mouth when Uo was
down. This could not bo proved and
tho mate , Mr. Carlson, wns discharged
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that ha Is still In the
mrlf and ajrlh htlclnaaa. althnilnh ha haa anl 4 hi.
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Ileth'l street In II. R, Hitchcock's law
DR. HUDDY'S Denial Pulors are now open.
Tho basket ball gamo between
tho Mnllo-Illma nnd Diamond Head
teams In tho Y. M. C. A. Saturday
night, resulted In nn overwhelming
victory for tho former, 21 to 1. Tho
Malle-lllmns had their best team ln'tho
field. Although this wns not ono of
the reculnr enmes of thn Knrlna nf slv
admission was charged tho largo num-
uer 01 pcopio present, tho proceeds to
go Into tho natatorlum fund.
There will uo a meeting nf nil Inlnr.
ested In tho gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock
mis ovening to maito arrangements for
tho basket ball games that nro to fol
low during tho noxt six weeks, a
largo attendanco Is requested.
Mrs. James Cnmnbnll lonvnn in dm
'nlt'al Performance of ... ,
Written especially for ERNEST
HOGAN by ALLAN DUNN.
A Musical Far.e Comedy in
FULL OF NEW SONGS
We have placed on sale a
large variety of the choicest
direct importation from the mill.
We guarantee every yard to be
fast colors. We have the same
in dark and light colors.
t Our price is 20c. per yard.
Cannot be duplicated.
We invite inspection.
Pacific Import C