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Family Carriage Horses,
Roadsters and Driving Teams.
Draft Horses, Saddle Horses.
83 Queen 8trel
Household - Furnitare
On THURSDAY. May 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the resident of Mr. V. C. GregR,
Anapunl and Dominls Sts., (' naliou. I
will sell at I'ublk Auction 111: entire
household furnlnire, consUtiiiR In part ot
ha.dsome heavy oakbelrnoni ets. Iron
b'ds, nets, bedding, upholstered oak anj
mahoRiny chair, la'ce leatner chilr,
leiihtr couch, lundsome ol.-uU wa'nut
lull rack, oak ex'ensl. n dln'ng tab'e
enckery, Rla sw-ne, kltch-n utensils,
stove, Ue-box; also very h ind'ome and
rare cut clasSA-are and handprinted odd
p'eces of plate, cups, saucer, e c. etc ,
Turkish rue, class, China c"ne, silk
pin e'es. Tills s an oppuitunl.y fir
collators of cholc nrtii les
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AND HIS ... .
Positively the lat enRagement of this
. A Select Ssries Wechauffeed from their
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts of the Cily ::
14H actes land to lease for a lone le'ni
a' very low rate. Planted with coffee,
bananas and fruit trees.
Give us a call if you want a Rood
Corner King and Pethel streets.
The ever popular Rainier beer la be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of beattle," Ii more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon haa the beer on tap or
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
Ail, In Oil column mil it ImtrllJ tt If emu
m lini ent imtrliont at ctnli luo iniu-
i tat; ?fi ctnlt ont tp, f) ttnlt two uitkt, JitJ Go
null ont month. 71, Iriht tttJptil tdvttltilnt tvtr
offtrtJ lit ptoftt of Honolulu,
FORT STRbET EMPLOY rtENf
AGENCY, 434 Fort street.
Next Dlart Jewellfr. Hours: 9 to 12 a. in.
2 to 9 p. in.
W tin surnlv the following servant
LADOKERS: Cnelntart . Lumbar Worker!
nnarhmfn 1. Office Rnvs .. brlters a Painter I.
Cooks 4; Cabinet Maker i. General Workers to
CHINESE: I Irst Cook J. SeconJ Cooks, StewarJs
j, btaNtmtni, ratJmen 4 jM'sncsL.! common
Laborers so. Carpenters 6. Dravmen . Drivers 1.
Stable Boys ), General llouseworkers 4. Cooks
Painter i, Stewards 1. Walters t. Washerwomen 4,
YarJboy 6. Women Servants t-l'ORTUGUESE
AND IIAWAIIANS: Carrenters . Painters 9.
Paper llanpers 9. YarJmen t. Drivers 10.
Workers ro Office Hoys 4. i
LOST On Klne street, between depot anj Tort
street. SATCHEL contatnlne $11 In cold, some
small citing, and miscellaneous papers. Finder
pltist return to the liullctln Office and receive
I OST-A CERTIFICATE OP DEPOSIT In the
I- Hank nl Hawaii In favor of l:. L. PETERS for
$1000 I Inder please return to Inter Island S'eim-
snip jincc 15,0 iw
I OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH tuvlnc owner's
I Inltlali. a sum rf menev and some lewtlrv.
which hloncedln the late Horace Lewis Reward
tor we aril les trurn sirs, james nnu, rawaa.
A,ANri:D-A(iOODStCOND IIANDBIl YCLE
, Arply ' ,h" 0,Sc' UtS-tf
WANTED-DETECTIVE, shrewd, reliable man In
v theptlnclpat townt of the lilinds for legltl
matt detective work under Instruct!) n. Aldrss II.
C. Weoiter, Supt. Ame l:an Detectlse Association,
Indlanap tils, Indiana, U. h. A. 1310-im
WANTED-THE CI.UB HARDER SHOP the
pli.e where sou can Ret a IINb SHsVEfor
ice. White barbers iui Klne street, oppos to
Metr ipulltan Meat Co. '51'"
WANTED-To RENT AN OFHCE suitable for a
Doctor or Dentist. Appls to 41J Union Square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served In the shell only. Try his
famous Ham and t-cc Sandwiches and Coffee Cor,
Mitel and lrt slreit.. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
WANTED Men to know that they can cet shaved
by awhile barber for ij cents at D. JEFFS
ttqM Fort strett. opp Club Stables raoqtf
REMOVAL NOTICE-MRS D. CHAMHFRS
DHISSMAKING PARLORS has removed (mm
the Arlington premises t ll'it.l street mauka side,
ust ewaot trcnew Se ncr lljll Ipr. m,wi
A. GO DON HODO NS has removed to the
corner of Berctai.la and Richards Sts.. in the
cotia fcwPhPr. W. E Talur' HU'vi
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rtxk and earth business although h has sold his
interest in the ballast business.
Olfice: Uethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
DR. HUDDY'S Den'al Parlors are now optn
FURNIHbD LOOM, moderate cist Private
family; (26 Vineyard St ) doors Queen Hotel.
NEWLY lUKNISIII-D ROOMS at thi Port Street
II. use ennerbort and Vineyard Sts Every
thing nrst-class. Two rooms suitable for demist or
FURN'ISHEDnr unfurnlshei housekeeo'ng ro ms.
App'y No 8 ottspGj'tve, Jhg .t isuwt
rO LET.-a HOJW TO LLT mauka ot Emma
I Square. Af ply 01 premises. ij)tl
Hoard and Rooms at the
I Aloha House on Fort strret,
COR SLEONE GOOD CARRIA'.U HORSE
I Rubber Tire Ph'et n single harness. All first
class. Call or address J W Club Stables iji-tl
COR SsLE OR EXCIUNOE-fuoo. CHOICE
s HOME. Young str.ct. Few days only. Address
"J. D." UoX sa Hunolulu.
PR SALF-A TRACT OP LAND, situated on the
comer of Wilder and Keeaumoku street.
Tor terms apply to
iSittf JOHN F. COLBURN.
COR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Choice HOME.
I Younc street. Siouj. J D. AVLRY. Germanla
COR SALE $4500
Lease of astory
property on t-ort
Rent S 80 per annum.
property on Fort street .4 years to run
an6 er hsnt street.
SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
ipdos te 1
poslte L. H. Dee, Esq.
Inquire of G. E.
LOT In best portion of Kallhl
No. ,io Fort tire
COR SALE Jojo.
I sire 75x150.
LOT at Kallhl on main street.
No. jio Fort street,
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
l CITY. Hy K VIVAS
COR RENT-OFriCe. Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat.
I No 19 Merchant street. nntf
TO LET The resldenie nf John fcna at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S N. Co.'s office. Queen street lafia.tf
FOUND At the corner of Klne ard Fori Streets
a BABY'S HOOD and SMALL POWDbR
PUFF Owner can obtain same at this office by
Ide tifyl.ig tht coods andpiylnc fjr this advc-llse-ment.
COUND A MEDAL for a 110 yard Hurdle. The
1 owner can obtain same 'by calllne at this office
ana identifying it and paying for this advertise
Large Sugar Cargo.
Tho steamer Hclene arrived from
Kuknlau and Ooknla Sunday morning
with a cargo of 13,870 bags of Biignr.
Even with this largo cargo tho Hclcno
was not fully loaded.
Tho Maul Is expected on Wednesday
with n still larger cargo tlmri tho one
brought by tho Hclene. On Saturday
last she had 6,000 bags aboard.
"T T7vro.tcl. -s7":.ile "SToi Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watct men furnished for stores and property, ties! City refcrmces furnished. Detectlte
and confidential wjrk of alt sorts. ' :;
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - o. hux 284.
Weather Ilurcau, Punnliou, May 22.
Tcmpcraturo Morning minimum,
74; Mldtlny mnxlmum, 81.
Uaromctor nt 9 n. m. 30.07. IrroRtilnr.
Dew Point C5P.
Humidity nt 9 n. m, C3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mny
22. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NK.
Monday, May 21.
l!r. bk. Sussex, Guthrie, 61 days from
Newcastle with 1,843 tons coal to order.
Monday, Mny 21.
Simr. MoKolll, Dennett, for Molok.il
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrle, for
Tuesday, May 22.
Stmr. Minimi I.on, Slmerson, for I.a
hnlnn, Mnalncn, Konn and Knu.
Stmr. Klnnu, Free in nn, for llllo and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. W. 0. Hall. Thompson, for Nn
wlllwlll, Koloa niul Kleele nt 5 p, m.
Stmr. Clniitllnc, McDonald, for Kmi
nnknknl, l.nhnlnn, Knliulul and way
poits, S p. in.
Stmr. I.ehun, Ilennett, fur Molokat
For llllo nntl way ports, per otnir.
Klnnu, Mny 22 Mrs. Puuln, Mrs. Pai
moUo ntitl child, Bro. G. Ucrtrnin, A.
Enos, Chns. E. Engan, Jlrs. Wntcrliouse
Seymour Wnterliouso ami wife, Mrs.
Mny Rogers, Mrs. M. Jncltson, Juhn
Goudle, E, Parker, J. T. McCrossen II.
II. Ronton, Mrs. J. F. llrown, Miss
Alice Drown, A, A. Itcnson, C. D. Cur
tis, Mis. F, W. Thrum nntl daughter,
Dr. Oognwnra and wife, Mrs. 1). Center
nnd child, Mrs. G. A. Ordwny, .Miss
Grnce Woodbrltlgc, F. I. Woodbvldge.
S. M. I.lllle, Mr. Sneider, J. W. Ran
king, A. R. Carrey, Mr. Urush. J. S.
Emerson, E. Hcnoccli, Paul Iscnberg,
C. 11. Olson nnd wife, Miss May .lolin
bon, Mrs. L. T. Ornnt, J. F. llrown,
A. C. Steele, Miss K. Vldn, Mr. rnd
Mrs. Nigel Jackson.
For Maul nnd Hawaii ports, per Ftmr.
Mnunn I.oa, Mny 22 C. II. Mallo, Mrs.
S. 13. Lucas and child, Jlrs. W. Fernan
dez nnd two chllilrcn, W. W. Hall,
Ulshop Willis, C. E. Lo Munyoti. Mrs.
Malmnnlu and two chllilrcn, John
Jones, Ako, C. Ahunn, Dr. Rowat, J.
M. McChcsncy, Miss Lizzie Roy, W. G.
Kacn nnd wife, M. Dlggs, Mr. Glbbi,
Keope, Mrs. Mary A. Crowes, J. W.
Kunlmoku and L. L. McCnutlless.
Tho following hnvo been booked to
leavo for Maul ports this nfternoon
Jlis. T. C. K. Gibbons, Mrs. A. M.
Ill own, W. W. Rlckcr, Jns. T. Taylor.
Mrs. Jlary Young, Miss Julln Thomas,
D. W. Slielhnmcr, F. J. Joller, Ceo.
Dunn, Mr. Sawyer, J. M. Kancakiiar
Sam Ilnnnlo, L. Y. Alonn, Ah Ping,
S. P. Correa, Dr. T. Ota. W. S. Akanit.
T. Aknnn, Rev. E. 0. Sllvo, H. Renter,
In th epubllc schools of somu cities
measures lire tnken, by presumably
competent ofllcluls, to test tho chil
dren's eyesight, upon tho assumption
often too well founded that tho pa
rents are not sufficiently watchful In
that Important particular. A little
boy camo homo ono day, soon nfter
tho fall term of school had opened,
with tho following note, duly signed
by tho principal: "Mr. Judklns; Dear
Sir It becomes my duty to Inform you
that your son shows decided indica
tions nf nstlgmntlsm, and his en bo Is
ono that should bo attended to without
delay." Tho father sent tho following
nnswer the next day: "Mr. Kershaw:
Dear Sir Whip It out of him. Yours
truly, Hiram Judlclns."
A writer In the New York Times
says that Abraham Cahan, tho "Yid
dish" author, lives near tho up-town
"Ghetto," nnd edits n Hebrew sclcn
tlllc periodical, besides teaching and
writing Interesting newspaper articles
about tho cast slilo and Its peculiar
peoples. Mr. Cahan Is yet n young
man, nbout thirty-seven years old, is a
natlvo of Russian Lithuania, ono of
tho Baltic provinces; tho son of n
prominent rabbi of that religion, and la
himself, though not orthodox, a thor
oughly well read Talmud scholar. Ho
camo to tho United States nbout 1880,
nnd nt one tlmo taught Cermau, Rus
sian and Hebrew, while himself learn
ing English nt nn enst elite school.
Last year tho number of visitors, 1,
205, nt Ecclefechan, tho birthplace of
Carlyle, was said to bo a "record," but
this year tho number 13 1,342, accord
ing to Literature, an lncrcaso of 137.
Thero have been visitors from Franco,
Germany, Denmark, Cnnnd-, Austra
lia, Capo Colony, tho Transvaal, Egypt,
Jamaica, Aden, Now Zealand, Assam
and Japan, nnd from tho United States
uG visitors this year as compared with
W. S. WITHERS,
Kallhl Republican Club.
All menbers of the Kallhl Republican
Club are requested to meet at the Reform
School, THIS TUESDAY, May 22, at
7: top, 111.
15,8-it PER ORDER.
Thcro will be n meeting of tlio First
Republican Club nt Murray's Hall this
ovcnlng nt 7:30. Business of import
ance. C. I.. CRAU1JE,
1 538-1 1
This Is to certify that Mr. A. 1
Knight Is collector for tho Bulletin
Publishing Co. nnd Is authorised to
collect nnd receipt for nil amoiuiU due
ATTENTION CO. A.
Every member of ll:c company Is
hereby ordered to rsport nt tho Drill
Shed this (Tuesday) evening nt 7
o'clock for Dattallon Drill.
All members are requested to bo
Dra't No. 88) drawn by Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., In favor of G. G LeoiiR fur
4(1030.00. Payment of same has been
s'npprd and all peitom are warned against
accepting of same.
G. G LEONG.
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, at 10 o'clock a. 111.
C. 13. GRAY,
Secretary Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
N. B. Above meeting adjourned to
Saturday, May 2G1I1, tr,co, at 10 o'clock
In the Circuit Court. Second
In the Matter of the Estate of J. J. Combs,
of Walluku, Maul, an insolvent bank
Creditors of the said bankrupt are hereby
notified to come In and p-ove their debts
before the Circuit O-urt of the Second
JudiJil Circuit, at tne Court Hon e in
Walluku, Maul, on Thurd.iy, the 24th
day of Mav. loco, between the hou'S of 10
o'clock In the forenoon and noon of the
said day. and elect an assignee or assignees
of the said bankrupt estate.
y ine oun:
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Walluku, Maul, Alay 14th, 19:0.
Mining Machinery, Engines,
Tanks, Metal Screens.
Roik Crushers, etc.
HENRY A. ALLEN,
Mechanical and Electrical Engineer,
411 rort street, up stairs. 15)7
Accused of Larceny.
Omachu Iltkl, a Japaneso woman, ap
peared in tho Police Court this fore
noon on tho charge of larceny in tho
second degree. Sho Is suspected of
having stolen $15 from another Japan
eso, living in tho same room at Relief
Camp No, 1, Kakaako. Omachu plead
ed not guilty to tho chargo and her
caso was continued until tomorrow.
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMKR, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
Insures Perfection in Bottled Beer
W. C. Peacock & Co , Ltd.,
: SOX3 -A.3-3rXS.
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Piunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
By steamer Australia we received
a large shipment of American and
European goods, comprising J
New Novelties in
- Wash Materials
Ladies' Shirt Waists, the very latest.
If you are interested in NEW BELTS call eirly. ,rt
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. L
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.
Bovs' 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.
Pacific Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
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