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THE EVENING BULLETIN:
HONOLULU, ' H. i., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1900
Family Carriage Horses,
Roadsters and Driving Yearns.
it 83 Queen Street
Household - Furniture
On THURSDAY. May 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the reslden.e of Mr. V. C. Gregg
Amrjunl and Domlnls Sts.. Pi nshou, I
will sell at Publl Auction the entire
household furniture, consisting In part ot
handsome heavy oak beJroom et, Iron
beds, nets, b-ddlng. upholstered oak and
mahogany chair, laiRe leather chlr
leather couch, handsome plack walnut
hall rack, oak extenshn dln'ng tab'e
enckery, gla sw.iie, kitchen utensils,
stove, Ice-box; also vety handsome ana
rare cut glassware and handpalnted odd
pieces of p'ate. cups, aucer, e c . etc ,
Turkish rug', Rlass, China ckset, silk
pnrtleies. I'nls is an opportunity fir
collectors of choice artkles.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FRIDAY, May 25tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the corner of River and KlnR street, I
will sdl at fmllc Aiutlon ai of the
lencli R a ound tnat rortlon ot Chinatown
now declared free finm mention.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ERNEST HOG AN
AND HIS ... .
Positively the last engagement of this
A Select Series Rechauffeed from thel'
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris ol the Cily ::
itfi actes land to lease for a long term
at a very low rate. Planted with coffee,
bananas and fruit trees.
Give us a call If you want a good
Corner Klne and Bethel streets.
SHenco la ono great art of , conversa
tion. Ho Is not a fool who knows when
to hold his tongue; and a person may
Stdn credit for sense, eloquence, wit,
opinion which others havo of these
qualities in themselves. William Hnz -
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
it. in ifci column mil ht Inuttll tl If tin. I
a hue one interlion i ac emit two inter
limit ttntt cnt " 40 eentt two uetkl, anJ to
eenli one moult. Tilt it the ebenpeit tdvirliiint ever
offered lot people of Honolulu.
COR SALE-SIX ELeGANT LOTS. Js EA.H.
1 $to down. $10 per month. Address h. At., I. O.
Box 404. 'i9
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
r Rubber Tire Phset n. single harness. All first
diss. Call or address J W Club Stables ii-H
COR SALE OR EXCIIANGE-$)ooo. CHOICE
r llOME. Young street. Tew days only, Address
"J. P." DoX j. Honolulu. mill
PR SALE A TRACT OF LAND, situated on Iht
corner ol Wilder and Keeaumoku street.
MF.,tm..rrirt. j0,.N F. colbubn.
r-rD aic no rvciiANfte
' Yount street. $1000. J D. AVERY, Germanla
FOR SALE $4500 Leas, of a-story business
property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent $80 per annum.
906 Merchant street.
SALE TWO COTTAGES on Yountr St
oslte L. H. Dee,
inquire 01 o. c
:OR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Katlh
sli. Soxtw. Apply to
No. iio Fort street.
FOR SALE Sjjo. LOT 1
site 7JX150. Apply
LOT at Katlhl on main street
No. )io Fort street,
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF Till
CITY. UyJ. n. vivas
I OST A BLACK RAIN ROBE, with button In the
L- center Finder w.l please return same to liR
HERBERT and receive reward.
LOST On Klne street, bitueen depot and lo'i
street, SATCHEL containlne $cj In cold, some
small cSmz and miscellaneous pager,. FlnJ.l
p'se return to the BulMIn Office an J receiv,
I OST-A CERtlFICATE OF DEPOSIT In the
L. Hank nt Hawaii In favor ot I' L PETERS loi
$1000 finder please return to Inter Uland S'eain
ship Office , iy9 iw
I OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH luvlnf- owner's
L Initials, a sum of mrnev and some lewclr,
whlth belonged in the laie Horace Lewis Rewaro
fur the artl let lr..m Mrs. Jame Ai.ld, Pawaa.
XAMED-AGOODSECOND HANDBI YuLl
pplyatthls officei Mi'-lt
UANTED-DETECTIVE.shrewJ, reliable man In
vv thepilnclptl tont of the UUndt for legiti
mate det,ctlve work under InitructKn. Addms II
C. Weoter. Supi. Amt I. an Detective AsucUilon
lndlantp .Us, Indiana, U. b. A. iio-im
WANTED-THE CLUB BARBrR SHOP the
pi ne where ou can eel a FINE SHWEfur
i;c. White harbe'S. iui Klnz Hint, oppos te
Atetr polltan Ateat Co 151'tl
WANTED To RENT AN orr'CE suitable fnra
Doctor or Dentltt. Ar-ply to 41 J Union bquare
THE OWL LUNCH
I Ovtfers served In the she I onlv
In the shell only
famous Ham and I ez Sindwlches and Coff-e Cor
DICK DALY, Proprl.tor.
WANTED Aten to know that they can cet shavj
by awhile barber for ij cents at II. JEFF
fjig, Fort street, nnn Clu Stable tioq-tf
M'HC'I.t I, ISOTlrKS.
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business althouzh ht has sold hi
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Utthel street In II.
R. Hitchcock's law
HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are
1' IJ ItMSIIIil) KOO.tl S.
FURNISHED ROOM, modirate cost Private
family; 6j6 Vineyard St J doors Queen Hotel.
MEWLYTURNISHED ROOMS at lh Tort Street
I ' lli.use coiner Fort and vineyard Ms. tverv
Two rooms sulta
for dentist or
A ROOM TO LET mauka ot Emma
I Square. Apply on premises.
TO LET First-class Bnard and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street.
COR RENT OFFICE. Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat.
I No. io Merchant street. i ji It!
TO LET The residence ot John Ena at Walklkl.
furnished or unfurnished. Laree yard and
house, barn and stable. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, applv Io JOHN ENA
11 1. 1. a. n uo.i omce, vueen sircei. 1404-11
SOUND-- At the corner ot Kine ard I'ort Streets
a BABY'S HOOD ana SMALL POYVDhR
'UFP Owner can obtain stmt at this officii by
I tifyl..E the coods andpiylne f.r this adve ile-
COUND-A MEDAL for a ya d Hurdle. The
I owner can obtain same bycalllne at this office
1 d ldentiflng It and paylne lor this adve'tlse
Tho O. & 0. S. S. Gaelic arrived in
port this morning. Her delay of oao
day was caused by a stop of that time
at Yokohnma to see tho big races, tho
proper authorities having given per
mission to Captain Finch so to do.
Tho Gaelic brought 330 tons of gen
eral merchandise, 1 Japaneso In the
cabin, five of the same nationality and
123 Chlncso in the. steerage Sho sails
for San Francisco at 5 p. m. today.
Mnll closes at 3:30.
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
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property. Best City references furnished. Detective
and confidential work of all torts. ::
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - EVuoxm,.
Tuesday, Mny 22.
Stmr. Maul, Parker, from Hawaii and
Maul; 12,535 bags sugar.
Stmr. J. A, Cummins, Soarlo, from
Wednesday, May 23.
0. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, from
China and Jnpan; 330 tons gcn'l milso
to H. Hnckfeld & Co.
Wednesday, May 23.
Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, from San
Francisco, Maq 5; 1400 tons general
mdso to Castlo & Cooko.
Tuesday, May 22.
Schr. Norma, Martin, for Knual.
Am. schr. J. M. Weatherwax, Soren
icn, for tlio Sound In ballast.
Schr. Mol Wnhlne, for Hawaii.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Nu
.vlllwill, Koloa mid Klccle.
Stmr. Clniitline, McDdnald, for Maul
Stmr. Lvhtin, Dennett, for Moloknl,
Stmr, Keniihott, Moslier, for Lthatna.
Stmr. Walnlcalc, Green, for Kauai.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
0. & 0. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, for San
Frnnclsco at G p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Pederscn, for Mnkn
weli, ot 4 p. m.
In connection with tlio story ot the
Urlllsh flag said to bo burled at Pre
toria, It Is perhaps worth mentioning
that In tlio middle of tlio last ccntuty
It was no unusual occasion for the
tattered or "wounded" colors, qb they
were quaintly styled, to bo Interred.
In n North Country paper of Mny 31,
17C3, there Is tlio following passage:
The old colors of tho Twcnty-llfth
itoglment of foot, Lord Gcorgo Len
nox's (now tho King's Own Borderers,)
'qunrtcred atHcwcnstlc-upon-Tync, be
ing much wounded In Germnny, par
tlculaily nt the glorious and over-mem-ornblo
battlo of Mlndcn, wcro burled
with military honors."
A Sieclal Mtetlrg of the stockholders
of tne Oahu Sugar C;., Ltd., will be held
it the room of the Chamber of Commerce,
on Saturday, May 261I1, igoo, at 10:30
A Special Meeting of the ftockrotders
of the Klpahulu SuRir Co., Ltd., will be
held at the office of H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd., on Saturday, May 26th, 1900, at
11:30 a. in.
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books of
be closed to transfers
May 31st, Inclusive.
this Company will
from May 28th to
J. F. HACKFELD.
Treisurer Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd
Knmehamehn Day (June 11, 1900.)
will bo observed as n National Holiday
and all Government offices throughout
tho Islands will bo closed on that day.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of tho Interior, ad Interim.
Intel lor Ofllco, May 22, 1900.
Will be received at the office of the Min
ister of the In'e lor till 12 o'clock noon of
Wednesday, May 25, for RoaJ Machinery
for the Hawaiian Government.
Speclfi atlons at the office of Superin
tendent of Public Works.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
- ALEX. YOUNG,
Minister of the Interior.
April 16, 1900. 1537 2t
The opening of bids for Road Machinery
Is postponed to May 25th at 12 o'clock
S, M. DAMON,
Mlt.Ister of ihe Interior, ad Interim.
W. S. WITHERS,
MUSICALE AT LOVVRDV IIOMD.
The musical for the benefit of the LaJlf s
Society of Central Union Chu'cn at the
hjme of Mr. and Mr'.'.owrey, lat evening
was an artistic and financial success. 'I he
audience was a large and fashionable one,
th URh the ladles In clurRe had the wis
dom to issue only enough ticket 1 to com
fortably fill the house. The program
opened with a choral number by Sma t
"Sweet the Angelus Is Ringing," sung
with considerable breadth of tone and good
phrasing bv the Kamehameha clrls. Ful-
lowing this was a Beethoven sonata fi 1
violin and piano by Proffessor and Mrs
Yarudley. Proffei-or Yari dley plas with
acalmn:snnd ease of nunne most en
joyable while nis pure ringing t nes an
accurate phraslt g prove him ai att'st, an
me In close sympithv with the wotk o
the masters. Mrs. Y-midlev complete
this fine nunibe', her ability to bring out
all the "voices" being specially notJceab t.
The low pitch of the piano dtttacted some
what frnm tne brilliancy of this numrxr
as It did from others Ar. Elsto s swett
enor voice was heard in De Koven's
"Only a Dream." The 'Cello nunibe a
were most beautiful y played by Mr. Har
old Mutt-Smllh; Massenet's "HeRle"
(wl h ahviys recalls Dellres "O Mer
Profonle," written first, bv the way) had
all the charm and sympathy of the human
voice unuer Air vioit- mitn's skiiiui
touch; Moszkowskl's "Gu tarre" was
weltd and fj.lnatlng. Mrs. Mutt-Smith
is a splendid acenmpa 1st,
The next numbei, "Annie Laurie," ar
ranged by DuJIev Buck as a miie qu.tr
tett , sunR by Messr. Elston, Wl chin an,
Ki.hards and Bea-dslee won heartv ap
plause and an encore. Schumann's lovely
''Novelette ' w,s d dntilv puyed by Miss
Hvde, an,a the first half of the program
ended wi It Mrs. Annls Mot.tigue Tun er,s
stlo, Liszt's "AMgnon," beautifully sung,
her d an tones be tig clear, flute like and
The second half began with Mendcls
sohn's "Lift Thine byrs," a delightful
number sung as a d'lubl- trio by Srt.
Ho vrJ, MUs Hyde, Mls Grlswold, Mls
Oistle, Mrs. Damon and Mrs Hoffman
and Immediately lollowid by one of the
loveliest t f duets for female voices, " I he
Angel.'' by Rubmstei 1; it was well sung
by Miss Peck ana MKs Griswold, the two
number'' miking an effective grouping.
Mrs. Hoffnia sang two songs ot one ol
our best American cumpo'e s, Neldllnge',
most effect vely. Mr. Brardslee sang 'A
Hundred Fathoms Leep," a compauvInR
hlms-lf on tne guitar, and the favor with
which this number was tecelvtd and
heartily encored gave evidence of popular
tas e and the iavor of the au leuce.
Brahms' "Hung rhn Dances" were the
usual "sounding brass and tl klh g sym
ols." bven whrn well played as they
were by Mrs. Mott-Smlth and Miss Von
Hop, we a Ish we mlcht hive heard them
In a selection m -re human than that of the
formal "nuste ." Mr. Isenberg's "Trum
peter Von Sakklugen, vNeisler) went
tralght t the heait. As an encore he
anu Mever-Helmmel's,lWondrojs Is the
Power ot Love." If tne best Is to be las .
then Jadassohn's Trio, only two move
ments of which were pi tyed. "Romame '
a d "Allegro" brought the muslcale to a
COMPLAIN OF DR. MOUR1TZ.
If thcro Is any truth In certain stor
ies about Dr. Mourltz that havo como
from Molokal recently, that govern
ment physician will have to answer
to tho autnorltles under whom ho
serves to some very serious charges.
Information against tho doctor has
been sent to tho police department and
today, In answer to n question, Mnr
shnl llrown told tho following story:
"On Tuesday a week ago, tho 15-year-Id
son ot Daniel McCorlston died at hU
homo In Knmnlo, after an Illness of
"At tho beginning of his Illness tho
boy's pcoplo sent for Dr. Mourltz at
Mapulehu, n place only about flvu
miles away. The doctor rcspondea
reluctantly, Tho boy became worse,
and Mourltz was sent for repeatedly re
fusing each tlmo to go and Instructing
tho messengers to send for tho Kauna
"Dr. Mourltz refused to attend tho
boy becnuso ho was of tho opinion
there was a kahuna In tho McCorrlston
house. Tho 'kahuna' Is an old natlvo
womnn who had been n nurso for tlo
boy from his childhood.
.0 second caso reported to mo Is
Hint of n school teacher, a whlto wo
man, nt Knluaaha . near Mapulehu.
This lady foil off her horse and broko
her leg. Dr. Mourltz Is said to have
bandaged tho Injured member very
carelessly and then told tho peoplo nt
the house at which tho lady.was chop
ping, to send for tho doctor at Kauna
kakat Instead of attending to tho mat
"I havo sent to Molokal for furtlnr
particulars and when these are receiv
ed, I shall lay the matter beforo tho
Why can't somebody glvous a list of
things which everybody thlnns and no
body says, and another list of things
that everybody says and nobody
thinks? Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
Insures Perfection in Bottled Beer
W. C. Peacock & Co , Ltd.,
: SOLE uO-EHiTXS.
Nuts, Raisins, P. unes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, ttc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE
-The prices we placed on our
will be appreciated, we have
10,000 yards of Ribbons of every size and shade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN
GROS GRAIN RIBBON
:: Our Ribbon Stock comprises all the desirable shades
and widths besides the reduction on former prices 10 per cent
d scount on all CASH purchases will be given.
1500 yds of All Silk Ribbon.
Consisting of shades of which we have no dupli
cates thererefore an extraordinary cut in price. : : :
No. j, Green . . .
" 7, Green
" .7, Other Shadrs
" 9, Green ,
" 9, Oiher Shades
" 12, Green
" 12, Other Shades
" 16 & 12, Green
Pacific Impart Cft.
Chninless flf, I
Pork and Beans,
entire Ribbon Stock'
placed on sale over
- r . . . . . tn $c. per yari"
'6c " ,
8 1-Jc "
8 1-c "
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