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THE KVIKUSG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900
Family Carriage Horses,
-33 Queen Strce'
On THURSDAY. Aay 24th,
AT 10 O'ULOCIC A. M.
At the residence of Mr. W. C. GreRR,
Ampunl and Dominls Sts., P nihou. I
will sell at Rubli. Auction the entire
household furnl ure, consMlnR In part of
handsome heavy oakbelmotn et. iron
Ivds, nets, DeddlnR, upholstered oak and
ananoginy chair-, I.HRe leatner clnir,
leather couch, handsome olaJc walnut
hall rack, oak extension dln'nR tab'e,
ouktry, Rla-swaie, kltclun utensils,
stove, lie-box; also very handsome and
rare cut Rlassare and handpalnted odd
pieces of plate, cups, saucer, e c . etc,
lurkisn ruR, glass, omna ciossi, shk
portieres. Tnls s an oppoitunitv ftr
collectors of choice articles.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AND HIS ... .
Positively the last enRagement of this
A Select S:ne Rechauffeed from their
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
-In All Parts of the City-
u4 actes land to lease for a lontr term
aft very low rate. Planted with coffee,
5aaanas and fruit trees.
Give us a call If you want a Rood
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Kahului Harbor Crowded.
Wuiluku, May 19. Kahului harbor
presented quite a busy apopnrnnco thin
-week, thero being no less than eight
ancrctmnt vessels at anchor in tho liar
Inr during tho week. Tho big steamer
Manauense Is still lb port ,
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
Jl. In hi column mill hi inurtti l Ifcmli
m lint ont inttrtionl i emu two tntt
linij o ctntl out with, 40 ctnll fnv, utttt, ond (a
ttnli ont monlt. IHl it Itt ( oJvtrliunf tvtr
cftrtJ lit ptoplt of Honolulu.
FORT STREET EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.,
2 to 9 P. rn.
urolv the followlnc strvants WHITE
LAUOKEKS: Lnelnwrs s, mmwr women 4.
Coachmrn 1. Office Hoys 4, Driver 4 Palnttr 1,
Cooks 4; Cblnet Maktr t, Ijtneral worker! 10
CHINESE: First Cook J, SeconJ Cooks, StwarJs
j. Stablemen 1, YarJmen aMI'ANESE: Common
Laborers ao. Carpenters 6. Draymen a, Drivers,
SUMt Boys . General Houseworkers 4. Cooks 6,
Palmer 1, SlewarJs J, Walters a. Washerwomen 4,
VarJboy 6. Women Servants j-PORTUGUESE
AND HAWAIIANS: Carpenters ., Painters ,
Paper Hangers . Yardmen 3, Drivers 10. Oeneral
Workers 10 Office Boys 4. i;u-im
REMOVAL NOTICE-MRS. D. CHAMBERS
DRESSMAKING PARLORS has remove.! from
the Arlington premises tt Hotel street mauka slJe,
uit hwa ot the new Ste'ner Bull Ing. i5)tw'
DR. A. GORDON IIODGINS has remoeJ to the
corner ot Uerelanla ani Richards Sts,. In the
cotta lh Dr. W. E Talnf nwi
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock ani earth business atthouch he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Bethel street In H. R Hitchcccks law
R. HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are
FURNISHED ROOM, moderate cost Private
family; 616 VlnearJ St. ) doors Qjeen Hotel.
NEWLY rURNISHED ROOMS at lh I'ort Street
House Co ner Fort and Vineyard Sts Every
thing nrst-class Two rooms suitable for dentist or
FURNISHED or unfurnlshcl housekeecme roitns,
App'y No. 8 ottapeGrne, Klnjj St nuwi
TO L13T--A ROOM TO LET mauka ot Emma
a Satiate. Arrlvon rremlses. mat!
TO LET First-class Biard and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. 107-mi
I OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH having owner's
L- Initials, a sum of minev and some lewclrv.
which Nlongedtu the late Horace Lewis Reward
lor the aril les irum Airs. James nuu, ran aa.
WANTED-DETLCTIVE, shrewl. reliable man In
theptlnclpil towni of the Isltnds for legiti
mate detsctlve work under Inttrucllm. Aidrss H,
C. Wetister. Supt. Amerl.an Delrftlve Association,
Indianapolis, Indiana. U. S. A. 1516-101
BERBER SHOP the
v plsce wherexoucan get a 1 1NE SIIVEfor
. Wh te barbers,
101 King street,
tetr-ipolltan Meal Co.
ANTED To RENT AN OFTICE suitable for a
Doctor or Demist. Apply to 41 union square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYsTER ROOM -'
Oy iters served In the shell only. Try his
famous Ham and bet- Ssndwlches and Coffee Cor.
Ibtel and Fort street., DICK DALY, Proprietor,
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
bv a white barber for it cents at H. JLhFS.
6iqK Fort street, opp Club Stables t?oq-tf
HOR Ss.LE--ONE GOOD CAHRIA .E HORSE
I Rubber Tire Phiet'n. single hsrness. All first
class. Call or address J W ClubSlables H)a-tf
CORSLE OR EXCIIsNGE-$iooo. CHOICE
HOME. Young street. Few da) s enly, Address
"J. p." Box ii Honolulu. mill
COR SALE-A TRACT OF LAND, situated on the
I corner of Wilder and Keeaumokv street.
For terms apply to
iSiitf JOHN F, COLBURN.
COR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Choice HOME,
Young street, Jjooo. J D. AVERY, Germanla
Life oliice. ijwif
RR SALE $4500 . Lease of a-story business
property on Fort street at years to run. Ground
Rent $80 per annum. A bargain. Apply to
so6 Merchant street.
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
1 opposite L. II. Dee. Esq. Inquired G. E.
FOR SALE $1000. LOT In lest portion of Kallhl
slie 80x150. Apply to
No. no Fort street
1 tin 75x150.
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
No. jio Fort stree',
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
" CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS n8i
FOR RENT OrFICe. Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat,
No. 19 Merchant street. null
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl.
' furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or I
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. 1. S. N. Co.'a office. Queen street. 1464.tr
At the corner of Klnir aed Fort Streets
BABY'S HOOD and SMALL POWDI R
PUTF Ottner can obtain same at this office by
Identifylnc the goods and paying A this aJveMlie
FOUND A MEDAL for a 110 yard Hurdle. The
owner can obtain same by calling at this office
and Identifying it ana paying tor mis ajvertise
Pharaoh's Serpent Eggs, a
novel and startling play thing
which when ignited seems to
5c. per box.
Weather Durcnu, Punahou, May 21.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer nt 9 n. m, 30.0G. Irregular.
Dew Point G7F.
Humidity nt 9 n, in. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mnj
21. Weather hazy; wind high NK.
Saturday, May 19.
Stmr. Wninlealc, Green, from Kauai;
3,000 bags sugar.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
niul way ports; 227 sheep, 10 hogs, 3
horses, 4 cows, 3 calves, 370 sks po
tatoes anil ICG sks corn,
Sunday, May 20.
Stmr. Mtkahala, Pedcrsen, from Ka
uai; 4,950 bags sugar for Alexander &
Baldwin, 140 bags taro, 22 hd cattle and
101 bdls hides.
Stmr. Claudlnc, McDonald, from
Maul; 1 horse, 109 hogs, 34 pkgs hides,
110 sks taro, J8 sks potatoes, 183 sks
JJr. S. S. Hloemfontcln, Ulelloch,
Am. sp. Standard, Gctchcll, from
Monday, May 21.
Am. bkt. Amelia, Weller, from Kurc
ka Apr. 20; 13,851 ft lumber to Allen
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mokolll, Napcln, for regular
Molokal ports at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson, for I.a
lialnn, Mnnlaen, Kona and Knu nt 10
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Ullo and
way poits nt 12 m. (For Kaunakakal,
mall nntl passcngcis only.)
Stmr. Keauhoti, Moshcr, for Lahainn
nt 1 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Na-
wlllwill, Koloa and BIcelo nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlnc, McDonald, for Maul
poits nt 5 p. m.
From Kauai, per stmr, Mlknhnln,
May 20 Mrs. R. Kopu, C. L. Wight,
W. A. Kinney, Capt. Campbell, Shlilo
J. Knmanuwal nnd 50 on deck.
Prom Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlnc,
May 20 Rev. Mother Delphlna, Sister
Donaventura, hister Siibanna, II. Hnl
vorscn, wlfo and child, Mrs, W. Sav
lilge, Mis. Nahnolclua, A. Aalberg, J.
W. Gin In, W. O. Alkcn. W. W. Kicker,
John Mulr, Alamn, Otsuka, L. Y.
Alona. Ah Ping, W. Kapu. W. Flcld
grovo, W. II. Devcnurcx, 1). Coinvny,
All Sill, Ah Long, Ynsumorl, S. Ah Ml,
II. Router, Wing Sing Cliong, W. L.
Holokalilki, W. Calnnl, E. K. Kobay
aalil, S. Klmuin, E. Montgomery, K.
H. Morris, II. J. Harrison, II. 55. Eve
rett, Miss M. Kcnka, Miss Lclalobn and
10G on deck.
From Hllo and way ports', per stmr.
Klnau, May 19 Geo. Rodclk, W. C.
Wilfong, Rev. S. L. Desha, Mrs. V. U.
McStockcr, Miss .1. K. McStockcr, Mrs.
W. . Snarp, J. llearde, L. C. Chenault,
A. Perlo, 13. Rodgcrs, Frank Sharp,
Miss MeMcllan, I). P. Smith, Leung
Khnl Chew, Long Knu, Low Daw, C. P.
King, D. ... Fox, II. H. Ronton, Frank
May, Manuel Con en, Jr., Prlnco David
Knwanannkoa, O. F. Clillds, Yoshlka
wa nnd wife, J. T, Saylor, Henry C.
Vldu, W. II. Cornwcll, M. McCann, J.
McGavls, Mrs. Do Rngo, Miss Do Rago,
C. A. Graham, Bishop of I'anopolls, T.
A. Jackson, W. D. Adams, Vincent
Fernandez, E. F. C. Hitsson, II. Hano
berg, Scott Perky, Mrs. P. McRao and
threo children D. L. Dartlett, Mrs. A.
L. Ilartlclt, Miss McKeuzie, K. Souzn,
Dr. Gcorgo Wcgner, Geo. C. Allen, F.
W. Ilosworth and wife, J. II. Porteous,
H. n. Gchr, W. M. Holden, S. K. Hunt
ington nnd two servants, A. W. Carter,
Hon. Sam Pnrker, F. J. Miller nnd
wife, S. Leslie, Mis. Peter Makca, C.
R. Olscn nnd wife, J. T. Crawley, Tom
Gay, T. Akona, Akul, Geo. H, Allen,
Wm. Kitchen, C. Wlckberg, C. McDon
ald, F. Williams, W. Pun, J. Stciner,
F. W. Macfnrluno, Geo. H. Falrchlld,
and 157 on deck.
H001ULU RACE TRACK
Tho now Hllo race track about n, half
milo fiom town on the Puna road will
bo ready for uso in less than n fort
night. When Commodore Ileckloy was In
Hllo during tho Inst trip of tho Klnau,
ho was asked to namo tho park. This
honor ho accepted nnd gavo it tho
namo of IIoolulu park after his grand
father who was at 0110 time, ono of
tho most prominent men In tho affairs
of tho Big Island.
Commodoro Deckley states that tho
entries for tho blc races to ba hold nt
tho Hllo track July 4, will closo Juno
30s nnd that tho Klnau will leavo this
port for Hllo July 2, landing pcoplo
In tho Italny City next day. Excursion
rates to Hllo nnd all way porta will bo
given on that trip. Tho Klnnu will re
turn to Honolulu on tho Friday follow
ing tho races.
It is learned on good authority that
Sam Parker and others will send their
horses to Hllo after tho 11th of June
races hero nnd that somo very oxcitlng
events may bo looked for.
IVAItSON In this city, May 19, 1900,
to tho wife ot A. O. Ivarson, a son.
W. S. WITHERS,
Dra t No. 883 drawn by Pioneer Mill
Co.. Ltd.. In favor of G. G. Leone fur
f 1030.0x3. Payment of same has been
Stopped and all Derson are warned aealnst
accepting of same.
G. G LEONG.
I abalna. ist7Wt
Lodge Le Progm de l'Oceanio, No. 124,
A. & A. S. RITE.
There will be a snecial meetlne of Lodpe
Le Proeres de L'Oceanle. No. 12J. A ,v
A S R., at Its hall, Masonic Temple,
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at
WORK IN FIRST DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodce No. 2t and
Pacific Lodce N ( 822 and all soinurnlnn
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
uy orueroi me y. fti.
E. B. FRIEL,
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO , LTD.
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD., will
be held at the Chamber of Commerce
rooms, Campbell block, on Saturday,
May 19, 1900, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
C. B. GRAY,
Secretary Maunalei Sugar Co., Ltd.
N. B. Above meeting adjourned to
Saturday, May 261I1, ijoo, at 10 o'clock
In the Circuit Court. Second
In the Matter of the Estate of J. J. Combs,
of Wuiluku, Maul, an insolvent bank
Credlto's of the said bankrupt are lirreby
notified to come In and p'ove their debts
before the Circuit C'Urt of the Second
JudLUl Circuit, at the Court Hou e in
Wnlluku, Maul, on Thurd.iy, the 24th
day of Mav. 1900, between the hou s ot 10
0 dock in the forenoon and noun of the
s ilJ dav and elect an aslRnee or asslimees
of the uid bankrupt estate.
By the Court:
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Wnlluku, Maul, Mav 14th, 19C0.
(Mining Machinery, Engines.
Tanks, Metal Screens,
Koilt Crushers, etc.
HENRY A. ALLEN,
Mechanical and Electrical b'nRhieer,
Tel. 8G9. Representative.
411 Fort street, up stairs 2557
Will be received at the office of the Min
ister of the lire lor till 12 o'clock noon of
Wednesday, May 23, for RoaJ Machinery
for the Hawaiian Government.
Specif! atlons at the office of Superin
tendent of Public Works.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
Minister of the Interior.
April 16, 1900. 1537 2t
Baric Albert's Cnrfto.
Tho bnrk Albert should bo hero dur
ing tho latter part of this month, sho
having sailed from San Francisco on
tho 11th Inst Sho has among tho prin
cipal Items ot her cargo, tho following:
10,691 lbs sugar, 332 ctls oats, C58
bales hay, 12 cs hardware, 12 pkgs bi
cycles, 434C ltc beans, 1C2 01b3 tobacco,
28 bales paper, 25 pkgs sewing ma
chines, 400 kgs lead, 10 cs cigarettes,
39 bales dry goods, C9 pkgs machinery,
310 ctls barley, 1 roll leather, 1 cs fuse,
46,912 ft lumber, 3 cs cigars, 521 pkgs
mill work, 100 cs and 20 kegs powder,
1 horse, 200 ctls oats, 2300 lbs bread.
112 ctls corn, 60,000 bricks, 110 colls
rope, 908 gals and 25 cs wlno, C50 sks
bran, 15,709 lbs rolled barley.
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT C ACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
Insures Perfection in Bottled Beer
W. C, Peacock
. Veal Loaf,
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Piunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 080. Fort street Orpheum Block.
By steamer Australia we received
a large shipment of American and
European goods, comprising Jk
New Novelties in m
m Wash Materials
Ladies' Shirt Waists, the very latest.
If you are interested in NEW BELTS call early.
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 ot Corset Covers and Skirts.
We call attention that we received a large line of Boys'
Wash Suits in high novelties.
Bo.s' Knee Pants for school and dress use.
Mothers' Friend Boys' Shirt Waists.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats.
Ladies' Dress Wash Skirts, the very latest styles.
SATURDAY EVENING, FROM 6 P. M.,
We will place on. sale the
Ladies' Kid Dress Gloves, in all the newest shades, at 95c
a pair. We guarantee every pair, or will return your
money if not satisfactory.
figy- Price only for Saturday,
ItP from 6 p. m. till 10 p. m.
Pacific Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
& Co , Ltd.,