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THE LVIM.NO M'LLE'IIN: HONOLULU, D. I.. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900
Family Carriage Horses,
Roadsters and Driving Teams.
Delinquent - Stock
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,
the following ceitlf cites of stock In said
rflmn-vv. unless the assessments now de
linquent, with Interest thereon, are paid
ool or Wore the diy and hour ot sale:
SS V. T. Monsarrat 5
33 G. A. Howard 15
By order of the Executor and Executrix
c tne Estate of Jas. Uodd, deceased, I
will j-ellat Publl. AiMlm at my sales
room, j Queen street, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May 19th.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The leaseholds of the Jas. Dodd Estate
m those (our Knplolanl lots known as lots
eo, jt. 52 and 53. Each lot has a frontage
M50 fft t on the main avenue and are 200
eet detp. giving the lot a frontage on
main ru.r' of 200 feet and a depth of 200
feet. Lease Is fo' lo;s years irom January
t. inac-it a vearlv rental of 5l Per lot.
Improvements on the property consist cf
large stable, with servants' rooms, cnicxen
tirwes. me CvJone Wlndm II and Mill
Hiuv. Premises are fenced and water
For further partkulars apply to
IAS. F. MORGAN,
foltla! Performance of
Written espiclaly for ERNEST
HOGAN by ALLAN DUNN
A .Musical Farce Comedy In
FULL OF NEW SONGS
BTJRNETTE & DE JKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPF.RTY FOR SALE
.; (n All Parts of the City ::
xiJi acres lard to Irase for a long term
at very low 'at Planted w th coffee,
lananxs and fruit trees.
Give us a call if you want a good
Corner King f'd R-tbi streets.
H JEAMAIOPILI May 17, 1000. nt 4 p.
W Mrs. D. K. Kamalopill, nt tho
rcaldenco of her daughter, Mis. R. S.
Boyd, aged 08.
Funeral at A p. m. May 18, 1900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
vtrntUl. in til column uillhl liutllJ tllfctrlt
VJRSS" t limfnl inurllom; 10 cinll utouj Inltf
lion! to null mi jo etmll J moult. 7Wl 11 It,
btittlttJvtrlilintirtrirrtt Iht floUt of Honolulu.
FORT STRbEr EMPLOY ENl'
AGENCY, 44 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12a. m.,
2 to q p. in.
We can supply the following servants-WHITF
LAUOKEKS: CnKlneeri 5. Lumber Workers 4.
Coachmen 1. Office Hoyj 4, Drlers a Painter 1.
Cooks 4: Cabinet Maker 1, General Workers 10
CIIINtSEi First Cook j. Second C00M. Stewards
5, Stablemen , Yardmen 4 JAPANLSEi Common
Laborers ao. Carpenters 6, Dramen , Drivers).
Stable Uoys J, General llouseworkers 4. Cooks 6,
Painter 1. Stewards J. Walters 1. Washerwomen 4,
VarJboy 6, Women Servants j-POHTUGUbSb
AND HAWAIIANS: Carpenters . Painters ,
Paper Hangers . Yardmen , Drivers 10. tieneral
Workers 10 Office Hnvs 4. n-im
RUMOVAL NOTICE-MRS. D. CHAMBERS
DRESSMAKING PARLORS hu removed Irom
the Arlington premises to Hotel street mauka side,
just bm ot the new Ste'ner llulljlng. Hwi.
DR. A.GO'DON IIODGINS has remoed totlie
corner ot Uerctinli anl Richards Sts In ttie
coltatmltli Dr. W
.EL JACKSON has opened a CLEANING AND
RLI'AIKING SHOP at the corner ot Nuuanti
and Kukul streets. Gents suits, Ladles Black Skirts
and Panama Hals a peflltv A" n'U riH'itfu-J
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that Im Is still In ti
lock and earth business although ha has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Ilethil street In II.
R. Hitchcock's law
IIUDDVS Dental Parlors are
OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH having owner's
initials, a ,um of monev and some iewclrv.
which Nlnngedto the late Horace Lewis Reward
lor the artl les Irom .Mrs. James viu, rawaa.
WAKTLU-TIID CI.KII HARIIFR SHOP tht
pWie where ou can get a I INF: SHaVU for
15c. Whito barbers. 101 King street, oppos tc
Metropolitan .Meat Co. null
WANTED-A WHITE HOY between 15 nt 3
ears. to learn the retail irrn:ery business.
I'.ilr salarv to start. A good opening tor tic right
person. Airly the Hull.tln olilce. miwi
A MODERATE SUED WARE
HOUSE ultliln easy distance ( urn the Es
planade, or. tin lease of a suitable plrce nl land on
hl h a warehouse -ou1d K crcited. THE WASH
INGTON MLRCAHTILECO mrni
UANTED-POSITION by thoro'iphly competent
v married mm (ATerlcan) to take charge of small
ramh. Addiess "W ' ItulWn Ofiire ti'i.
WANTED To RENT AN on ICE suitible for a
Doctor cr Dmllit. Apply to 413 Union biij.ire
THE OWI. LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Ovsters served In the shell nnlv. Try his
famous Ham and I gg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor.
II .let and rtt tret.. DICK DALY. Proprlit r.
WANTED Men to know that they can t shuei
by a -.hill barter for 15 een:s at II. JLTIS
6ig! rl street, npp Club Stables tsovtf
i:OR SfLE-O'JE (.O'JD CAHRIA' I HORSE
I Rubber Tire Plnet -n. single harnesi. All first
ilas. Call 1 r address J W Club Slab'cs ijii-tf
PORSALE OR EXCIHNnE-im-. CHOICE
' HOME. Young nr.rt. Tew days ..n'y. Address
"J. D." HoX .a. lUnnlulu. mill
COR SALF-A TRACT OP LAND, slnnted on the
correr of Wilder and Keeaumoku street.
Tcr terms apply to
H,HI JOHN F. COLIUIRN.
COR SALE OR EXCHANGE--Choice HOME,
r Youns street, $jooj. J D. AVLRY, Germanla
Life oltice. ijm-iI
COR SALE ONE SET FOWLFR STEAM
PLOWS now here and ready for delivery. For
particulars apply to
DREWER & CO.. LTD.
COR SALE $4500. Lease of 3 -story business
1 property on Fort street S4 years to run. Ground
Rent J"Bo per annum. A bargain. Applv to
ao6 Mrrrhant street.
SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St.,
1 opposite L. II, Dec, Esq.
inquire 01 u. e
FOR SALE $1000.
LOT In best portion of Kallhl
No. 110 Fort street.
I site 75x130.
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
No. no Fort street.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL
" CITY. UyJ.M. y.VAS.
PARTS OF THE
COR RCNT-OrFlCt. Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat,
' No. 19 Muchant trnt. mitt
TO LET The reslienca of John Ena at WalUkl,
1 furnlihtj or unfurnljhM. Large yard and
house, barn ani staMei. To let as a whole or In
curt For further particular, apply to JOHN CNA
it I. I. S N. Co.'s office. Queen street; 1464-tf
FURNISHED or unfurnUhet houiekeeoine roims,
Arn'v No ft ntni,f!r '. sli ki mii
a KOori IO LhT mauka 01 Lirnna
. Arplvon premlie. isi'tf
TO LET A LARGE ROOM openlne on lanal fac
I Inc Cmma street. Suitable for married couple. All
new furrltu'e, nJ mnJern conveniences. Applicants
must be desirable. Imiutre at this office. ijiitl
TO LET rirst-class B )ard and
I A,''4 Hoik on Fort lreM.
Rooms at the
FOUND At the comer of King ard Toil Streets
a UAUY'S HOOD and SMALL I'OWDLR
PUFF Owner can obtain same at this ofhco by
M'-tlfyl.icthi tools anl paying f.r this advc Ke
F)UMJ-A MLDAL tor a 1.0 yaid HuiJU. Ihe
owner can obtain same by calling at this office
anl Identifying it and paying for this advertise
Rebel Gni'cln Captured.
Manila Day, May 7. Gen. Pantclon
Garcia, tho highest InsurKont ofllcor
except Aeuinultlo, was captured yester
day by Lieut. K. I'. Smith ot Gen.
Funstou's staff In tho town of Jnen
threo miles northeast of San Isldro,
province of New EcIJa.
Weather Bureau, Punnhoti, Mny 18.
Temperature MornliiR minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 80.
Uaromcter tit 9 n. m. 30.10. Sternly.
Dew Point C5K.
Ilttmltllty nt 9 n. in. C2 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mny
18. Weather cloudy: wind light NE.
Thursday, May 17.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, from
Stmr. J. A. Cuininlns, Senrle, from
Am. lik. Reaper, Saletzke, from New
castle. Krltlny, Mny 18.
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Gregory, from iKlau
cn; I'JflO bags sugar to W. O. Irwin &
Stmr. Keauliou, Moshcr, from Koloa.
Stmr. Jnmes Makee, Tullett, from
Knpau; 2100 bags sugar and COO bngs
rice, the latter to T. II. Davles & Co.
Thursday, Mny 17.
Stmt'. .Mlkuhnln, Pederson, for Mnkn
well. Stmr. W. CJ. Hull, Thompson, for
Schr. Knwnlalnul, for Onhu ports.
Stmi. Noeati. Wyinnn, for Hawaii.
Krltlny, Mny 18.
Am. hchr. Ilelene, for San Francisco.
(Jer. bk. Pfltiger, for San Francisco.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mnkolll. for Knunnkaknl at 3
Am. Iikt. W. II. Dimoiid, Nllson, for
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, Ooodmnn,
for San Francisco.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, for
China mid Japan nt 5 p. m.
(ias. B"hr. Surprise, for Kona ports
at !i p. m.
From Kllnucn, per stmr. Iwalnul,
May 18 Mrs. I). Knhlllnn, Mr. King
nntl 17 on deck.
From Knpaa, per stmr. James Makee,
May IS Watla and 12 on deck.
From San Francisco, per S. S. Coptic,
May 17 C. O. Ucrger, Albert Mom,
A. II. Castle, Mlsa Anna Christian, A.
E. Cory and child, Miss Hetty Ducdilcn,
Chas. E. Eagan, Mrs. C. Ellis anil
child. E. S. Gill, Mrs. E. S. Gill, Tlios.
Ilnnibrook, Judge A. S. Hartwell, C.
Henoch, W. II. Hume, Paul Isenberg,
.lames N. Kessen, Mlsa H. L. Lowers.
Walter Mncfailaiie, M. F. McDonald,
Mis. A. C. McKcever, Miss N. Mcln
tytc, Miss Evelyn Morri3, H. W. Pcr
kliiH, Mis. L. F. Prescott, two children
anil nurse, R. A. Russell, Mrs. E.
Strong. 1'. Summrrflclil, Mrs. Lizzie
Thi'Is. Mis. II. M. White. For Yoko
hama .Mis. A. E. Dowlernnd two chil
dren, MI3S 11. I'ernnl, Com. Sen ton
Stliioeiler, Com. Ed. D. Taussig, Mrs.
Chas. Thomas nntl child, Miss Thomns,
Miss II. Wilson. For Kobe Rev. W.
Ilalrtl. Mrs. W. Halrd and threo chll
tlien. Geo. E. Illssell, Mrs. Geo. H. HIs
i.ell. Miss C. 1 4. .Ogllvlo. E. W. Tllilen,
Mrs. E. W. Tllilen, Infant and ntnuli.
For Nagasaki II. C. Donhiim. For
ShniiKhal Mis. M. M. Crosette, Dr.
John Fryer. For Hongkong Mrs.
Chits. Andrews and son, Miss Carollno
Ilrnun. Mrs. W. E. Dubes, Mrs. L. H.
(inntly anil sou, J. G. Jiulson, Mrs. L
M. Lung, E. R. Kellnm, Mrs. E. R.
Kcllnni, Lieut. A. A. McKctchan, Mis.
W. E .Musginve, Mrs. I. II. Parker nnd
two children, Mrs. J. U. Schoeffel, W.
W. Smith, Mrs. Mary L. Stephenson,
Com. T. II. Stevens, Mis. E. D. Taus
sig, Miss Stella White.
For San Francisco, per schr. Heleno,
May IS Mrs. J. Noll, .Miss Jesslo Nell,
Mrs. Whltebend, J. II. Dolnn, J. M.
Fny, F. G. t'lman, C. A. Straight, Mrs.
Fninstvorth, Mrs. H. Redding and Miss
For San Francisco, per bk. J. C.
Plltiger, Mny 18 .Mrs. K. Podeyn. Har
tliold Podeyn, August Podeyn, Wnldo
mnr Podeyn, Herbert Podeyn, and Wll
New Corillnji Sttitlnn.i.
Wash lncton.Mav7.-Aco.iUne station lt to
be est.ib Ished by this government In far
off Librl.i The eovernnifiit of I Ibrh
has consented to the es abllshment of the
station at a site to be selected bv the Navv
Deiar'ment, and plans of the work will
be executed durlnc the present yeir. With
this station added to the plans of the Navy
Department to estaDllli depots at faco
P.iko, Guam and Honolulu, an attempt
will also be made to secure an Incr-ase I"
the appropriation for thus pu'poses, c.ir-
rleJDvtlie iN.ivai niu Derore tne senate.
The appropriation In this measure provl es
$700,000 for the establMimrnt of coaling
stations, and the Department hopes to
have the sum Increas-d to fully $1,000,000.
On the mauka side of Hotel
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
W. S. WITHERS,
SUPREME COURT DECISION
Rfpjlllc Secures Convictions by Jorles
Id Two Cases,
District Ccuits Have No Jurisdiction In Tres
pass Involving Real Estate Title - Estate
Late G. h. A. Jacgtr.
A unanimous opinion of the Supreme
Court, written by Justice Whiting and
concurred In by Justlco Frenr nntl Cir
cuit Judge Perry, has been rendered
In William Hrown vs. Koloa Sugar Co.
It is an appeal from tho district magis
trate of Koloa, Kauai, on points ot
law. The magistrate had allowed th
pica of defendant to Jurisdiction, bas
ed on Sec. 1118, Civil Laws: "Tim'
the district courts of the Republic of
Hawaii have no jurisdiction of real ac
tions or actions in which tho tltlo to
real estate shall como in question."
It Is held by no Supremo Comt Hint
a tltlo to nn casement a water light
Is a tltlo to real estato within tho
meaning of the statute. The appeal of
plaintiff from tUc magistrate's ruling Is
dismissed, but no costs of appeal to be
taxed to plalntllT. It Is declared that
all similar trespass actions which In
volve or may Involve tho question of
title to ical estnte ought to be brought
in tho Circuit Court In the first In
stance. J. I). Wlllard for plaintiff; M
, Prossor for defendant.
Judgo Stanley has signed n decree
appointing Jas. A. Thompson a com
missioner to sell tho School street
property ot the Cunhn estate at public
auction at an upset price of $S000.
Anlo Jncger petitions for letters of ad
ministration on tho estate of her late
husband, Gustavo II. A. Jaeger, her
second son. The estato Is valued nt
Slii.COO consisting of n $10,000 policy
In tho New York Life, and ono of $5000
In tho Mutual Llfo Insurnnco Co., two
shares In tho Pacific Club $100 and real
estato In Koolnuloa valued at $500.
A verdict of guilty was rendered
aaglnst the threo Chinese chnrged with
nssault nnd battery In a Mnnoa water
quarrel. Judgo Davis sentenced Lung
Clinng, who struck tho blow, to ten
days nl hard tabor, and Leo Choy and
Leo Song to pay $u0 lino each. An ap
peal was noted.
R. I). Condon, of tho Merchants' Pa
trol wns found guilty, two Jurors rls
sentlng, of nssault and battery on Mr
Dins. Judgo Stanley sentenced Con
don to pay $'-' Hue and $18.50 costs
Illgolow for defendant.
Notice to Republicans.
The polls will be orened lor vollnc Hi
the lotii Precinct at Kauluwela School,
School St., fmm .1 to 6 p. 111., SATUR
DAY, Alay iijth.
J. L. KAULUKOU,
1 5t5-2t Chairman.
Holders of sto.k In the WAIALUA
AG"ICULlUKa.L CO., L'TU., whoe
certificates do not have the Increased
Capitalization stamped thereon, are here
by requtrs eJ to return same at once to the
Treisurer, for such Indorsement.
All certificates sent by mall MUST Rl
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
Walalua Asrlculliiral Co., Ltd.
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
A meeting of the StocUholde-s of the
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO,, LTD , will
be held at the Chamber of Commerce
rooms, Campbell block, on Saturday,
May 19, loco, at 10 o'clock a. m.
C. B. GRAY.
Secretary MaunaielSugarCo., Ltd.
To all Republicans of the Second Pre
cinct, Fourth Dlstilct:
You are rmuested to meet at Indepen
dence Park Hall, Prluay evening, May
i8ih, at 7:30 u'clrck. f-T the purpose of
electing Candidates to the District Con
vention, and the transaction of such 0 her
bush ess as may comr before the duo.
1 he boundaries of the Second Pieclnct
are as follows:
SeconJ Precinct All that po-tlon of
said district lying between the westerly
boundary of the lrt Prei Inct and a line
drawn as fo lows, viz : Fmm the foot of
South street along South. KngnndAa
pal street", and from the head of Alapal
treet to the flag po e on the old b.tt'erv
on Punchbowl; thence to and along the
ridge on the easterly side of Pauoa valley
to ttte summit of the mountain.
J A GILMA"s Chairman,
D. H. CASE, Secretiry.
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT ( ACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
Insures Perfection in Bottled Beer V
W. C. Peacock & Co
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc.
I Telephone 080. Fort
By steamer Australia we received
a large shipment of American and
New Novelties in
Ladies' Shirt Waists, the very latest.
If you are interested in NEW BELTS call eirly.
All-over Laces, all-over Embroideries.
In Tucking we are showing new ideas.
The choicest line ot New Draperies in a large variety of
Ladies' New Straw Sailor Hats.
Ladies' Drosing Sacques in high novelties.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Choice selection of Corset Covers and Skirts.
We call attention that we received a large line of Boys'
Wash Suits in high novelties.
Bo is' Knee Pants for school and dress use.
Mothers' Friend Boys' Shirt Waists.
Bovs' and Girls' Straw Hats . ? -7 . '
Ladies' Dress Wash Skirts,
SATURDAY EVENING, FROM 6 P. M.,
We will place on sale the
" V I C T O E I .J"
Ladies' Kid Dress Gloves, in all the newest shades, at 95c
a pair. We guarmtee every pair, or will return your
money if not satisfactory.
2rLisr Price only for Saturday,
imS from 6 p. m. till 10 p. m.
Pacific Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
A Hospitable Offering.
street Orpheum Block.
the very latest styles.