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THE EVIN1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, STAY 21 1900
Family Carriage Horses,
Roadsters and Driving Teams.
Draft Horses, Saddle Horses.
V. H. RICB,
3 Queen Strec
On FRIDAY, May 23tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the corner of River and Klne street. I
will sell at Public Auction nil of the
lencli Rii ound tnat portion of Chinatown
now declared me tiom mectlon.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Last Three Nights
ERNEST HOG AN
AND HIS ... .
Thursday "A Trip to Honolulu."
Friday-Big Minstrel Nigh.
Saturday B g Mlns rel Mght.
Farewell' - Matinee
Southwells Arc Coming.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris of the Cily ::
14.J4 acies land to lease for a long te-m
at a very Inw rate. Planted with coffee,
bananas and fruit trees.
Give us a call If you want a good
Corner Klne and Bethel streets.
The ever popular Rainier neer la be
coming n household word nnd "will
you have a glass of beattle," la more
often heard than anything else. The
Crtterlou Saloon hoa the beer on tap or
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
Jl. In till column unit inttrttd 'I Ifltnll
m lint out inurlietn I it ctnlt two inltt
it: to ctnlt ont jittt, ) ccnt tuo li'tikl. attJ ttn
ctnlt one month. Ten it IK cbtJpeit nJvtrtttlnr tvtr
oJJtrtJ tot ptoplc of Honolulu,
FOUND On Beret. nil street Tuesday moinlnc
bl(k .nil white Japanese l G PUP. 0nr
can have same by calling it this office and paying
coft of advertisement. i;.otl
POUND At the comer of Klne and Fort Streets
r a UAtiY'S HOOD and SMALL POWDbK
PUFF. Owner can obtain same at this office by
Identifying the roods and paying for this advertise-
in -nt. Ml'
COUND A MEDAL for a ito yard Hurdle. The
t owner can obtain same bv calllne at this office
and Identifying It and paying for this advertise
WANTFD l"or several days an experienced
W DR.ESSvlA.KkK. One who can cut and fi',
and Is n-al seamstress. Apply Mr. Merrill, corner
Emma street and Clandall Lare. 15401
AN! ED-A GOOD SECOND HAND 01 YCLE
Apply at this office. 1518-11
1ANTED-DETECTIVE. shrewd, reliable man In
W the Btlnclral towns of the Island for tezltl-
mate detective work under Instruction. Address II.
C. Wetuter, Sunt. AmerUan Detective Association,
tnaianapxis, inmana, u. a. a. mo-im
WANTED-tHB CLUB HARDER SHOP the
p see where you can get a FINE SIIWEfor
Uc. White barbers, 101 King street, oppos te
etnpolltanMeat Co. SItt
ANTED-To RENT AN OFFICE suitable for a
Doctor or Dentist. Arply to 41 Union Square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -'
Oysters served In the shell only. Try his
famous Ham and t-gg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Mitel and Pjit stmt., DICK DALY, Proprietor.
WANTED Men to know that they can get shave,
by a white barber for 15 cents at H. Jbl FS
6iqM Tort street, ftpp Club Stable, tioo-tr
rtiM ni 1
COR SALE-SIX ELiGANT tOTS, $50, EA II
$10 down, $10 per montn. Address fc. M , P. O,
BOX 404 UiQWI
POR Sat-ONE COID CARRIA t II01SE
I Rubber Tire Plnet n. slnzle harness All first
class. Cill rsllesl W -,ih MhV ij.f
:oR SlE OK h.XCIUMit-tooo. CHOI E
nunc loungstr it. i-ewjayoniy, AJjrcss
"J. P." Box II inolulu, mitt
COR SALF-A TRACT OF LAND. sl-uted on th.
I corner of Wilder and Keeaumoku street.
for terms apply to
ijiitf JOHN F. COLBUHN.
POR SALE OR EXCHANOfc--Choice HOME,
I Yount street, Sjouj. J D. AVERY, Germaula
Lite omte. . ijao-if
POR SALE $4500 Leise of s-story business
I property on Fort street 94 years to run Giound
Rent J80 per annum. barpifn. Applyto
ar6 Mer hant street
lOK SALL TWO COTTAULS on Young St,
1 opposite L. II. Dee, Esq. Inquire of G. E
COR SALb $1000. LU1 In best portion of Kallhi
' sire Eoxijo. Applv to
No. 310 Fort street.
POR SALE 1950. LOT at Kalllit on main street.
' sli0 75s. Applyto
No. 310 Fort street.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
riTY Rv I M was n,
I OST A BLACK RAINROBF, ulih button In the
- enter F'nde' w I pleise re.urn same 1 1 DR
HERBERT and receive reward. mw iw
LOST On King street, b-tween depot and I'o't
str'et. SATCHEL containing $15 In gold, some
mall chines and mKcel'aneous paoer. Flndrr
p'eise return to th. Bulletin Office and receive
, OST-A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT In the
'' Bank of Hawaii In favor of F L, PETERS for
Stooo Finder please return to Inter lland S'eam
.hlp Office 1518 iw
I OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH having owner's
L Initials, a sum of mtnev and some Jeuelrv,
ihlch belonged to the late Horace Lewis Reward
for the artl les (rum Mrs. James Auld, Pawaa.
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sol J his
nterest In the ballast business.
Office: Bethil street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
R. BUDDY'S Dental Parlors are now orcn.
FURNISHED ROOM, mod'rate cost Pilvate
family; 65 Vineyard St ) doors Queen Hotel.
MEWLY FURSISHtD ROOMS at th' Tort Street
I' House coiner Fort and Vineyard Sts. Every
thing lust-class. Two rooms SJltable for denint or
TO LET rirst-class Btard and Rooms at the
Aloha Hnnnn Fort street. isiT-mt
FOR RENT OFFICE. Applv to J. M. Monsa-rat,
No. 10 Merchant street. untf
TO LET The residence of John Ena at WalklM.
1 furnished or unfurnished. Large yard ard
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
it I I S N Co.'s office. Queen street. w54-tf
A Soecial Meetlrg of the stockholder
of the Oahu Sugar Cs., Ltd., will be held
at the room of the Chamber of Commerce,
on Siturday, May 26th, 1900, at 10:30
15 V,-it Secretary.
A Special Meeting of the Mockrolders
of the Klpahulu Sugir Co., Ltd., will be
held at the office of H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd., on Saturdav, May 26th, 1900, at
11:30 a. m.
TTvTe "WoxgTcl TTsTixile "STovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished lor stores and property. Best City refertnees furnished. DetectKe
and confidential work of all sorts. ::
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - RVb&jm.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Mny 24.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Mltldny maximum, 81.
Barometer at 9 a. m. :I0.00 Sternly.
Dow Point C3F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. M per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
24. Weather clear; wind fresh NE.
Wednesday, May 24.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ka
uai. U. S. A. T. Logan, Stlnson, from S.m
Francisco, Mny 1C, en route to Manila.
Thursday, May 24.
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Otorcndorp,
from San Francisco.
Stmr. James Makce, Tullctt, from
Stmr. Flintshire, Dyer, from S.tn
Wednesday, May 23.
S. S. Gaelic, Finch, for San Fran
cisco. Stmr. Mllcnhnln, Thompson, for Ma
kawcll. Bit. Tidal Wave, Lleblg, for Port
Townspnd In ballast.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, for
0. S. S. Alameda, on Otcrcndoip, for
TU SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. llclcuc, Sachs, for Kulialau
and Papaaloa at fi p. m.
btmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
and Kukulhnele at 12 m.
From Knpnn, per stmr. James Makc;,
May 21 H. C. Mossmnn, C. Actions;. T.
Loser and 30 on deck. ,
1'iom S.m Francisco, per U. S. A. T.
Logan, May 23 A. A. Surgeon B. M.
Bonar, U. S. A. and wife, F. M. Batch
clor, private, hospital corps.
From rian FranclBco, per O. S. S. Ala
meda. May 24 Miss Helen Aiken, A. E
Arnold and wife, Eugene Avery, Miss
Eugenia Becker, N. Bonvllle, Phi!.
Branson and wife, N. Campbell, J. C.
Cohen and wife. Geo. Collins and wife,
J. H. Davlcs, J. II. Davis, Geo. R.
Cwart, Miss Bcsslo Fnlrburn, Miss
Kathcrlno Florence, Miss Florence
GlaUson, Mrs. L. P. Goff, W. Golf, Jeo.
Grccuswclg. Miss Alice Grey, Capt. .1.
Hackctt, C. Jagsdorf, Miss Myrtle
Jones, F. Kaufman, Mrs. A. II. Ladd,
Miss Florence Ladd. Miss Hnttla Belle
Ladd, I. Lando, II. B. Leader, Mn. S.
W. Ledcrer, F. II .McCormlck. Mlsi It.
Naylor, Jllss Laura Oakley, C. A. Par
ker, L. B. Plnkhnm, Wm. R"blnon,
Mario Rosa, Miss E. Rosenberg, .Miss
J. Simmons, R. .1. Smlrl, Cnpt. A. L.
Soule, wtfo nnd infant, Miss Mabel
Still, Miss V. Texmith, John H. Ulil
horn, Miss JIabel Van Metro, Wm.
Wolff and wife, Mls3 A. M. Kaufman.
Arrived In San Francisco Mat 11, S. S.
America Maru and ship Star of Bengal
f'om Hcnolub. Departed May 12, bk.
Albert for Honolulu; May 16, schr. De
fen f r for Kihel.
Arrived In Pert Townsend Mav it, schr.
Marie E. Smith, from Honolulu; May 12,
-chrs. Lottie Bennett and Aden A, for
Honolulu; May 15, schr. Bertie Minor fo"
Arrived In Eureka May 10, bk Helen
Denny from Ho' o'uli. Departed Mav 11.
s.hi. Helen N. Kimbill for Kahulul; May
1 5. schr Halcyon for Eureka.
The schr. Pioneer arrived In Grays Har
bor from Honolulu May 12.
The -chr. Halcyon left Newcastk N. S.
W for this port May 13, with a full cargo
Conl From Newcastle.
S. F.. Miy 17. - The snip Kensington,
which le emly airived, brought the only
ca go if coil from Austrj la tnat has come
to no't fo the Pist slxtv da s. and an au
thority on the subject says the situation
ha not been piralleled lor twenty-five
years. It Is sail tint there will be no con
slJer.nle In reise in tne consumption of
AUiir.tllan coal here iiu'll It falls below the
British Columbian article In price. Th-re
are at present f.irtyseven charters for
Aiiitraiia coil to tins port but jome ot
the vesels wll not arrive this year. The
rales 1 rom Newcastle are easv, out Hono
lulu preset ts a better market for the Aus
tralian coal at present, though that market
will soon have a sufficient Mipp y, and the
ships, In looking for business, must come
to ban Francisco with coal.
A picture of some Hawaiian
subject is sure to be appreciat
ed as a present.
KING BROS, have the best
collection of moderate priced
pictures of this kind to which
they invite inspection.
110 Hotel street.
W. S. WITHERS,
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this Comnanv will be
c'osed to tiansfers from Saturday, May
26,1000, toThursJay, May 31,1900, In-t-lusive.
W. A. BOVVEN, Treasurer,
540JJ Ewa Plantatlcn Co
Waimea Sugar Mill Co. Ltd.
The books of this Comcanv will be
cloed to transfers from batutdiy, May 26,
10 inursuay, aiav 31, iqoo, n ousive.
w. a. uuvvEiN, itosurer,
i54Qt3 Waimea Sugar M,ll Co., L'td.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, NO. 1,
I. O. R. M.
There will be a recuhr meetinc of the
Hawaiian Trbe. No. i, I. O R. M.,
HIS EVENING at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
WORK IN ADOPTION DEGREE.
JULIUS ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Tenders wl'l be received Sv the under
slgn-d, for ihe Refreshment C nces-lnn,
at the Races, June 9I1 and nth, 100c.
hi sio client 9am June 1st. lyo.
Al tende-s to be In writl"c nd address
ed "Refreshment Tender," rare M.imi'.ic
lurrR Harness uo corner 1-at and KIiir
Highest Tender not necefsarllv acceplf d
CertllleJ Check to acconpjny each
Secretary Hawillan Jockey Club.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
Literary - Society
"Waiting for the Verdict"
A Hour Act Drama,
SATURDAY EVENING, flay 26,
... AND.. .
An Original Ir sh Drama,
THURSDAY EVENING, May 31,
Curtain rises at 8 p m.
Uox Flan open at Uercstrom Music Co.
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. m.
C. B. GRAY,
Secretary Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
N. B. Above meeting adjourned to
Saturday, May 26th, uoo, at 10 o'clock
a. m. nuts
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books of this Company will
be closed to transfers from May 28th to
May 31st, Inclusive.
J. F. HACKFELD,
Treasurer Oanu Sugar Co., Ltd.
A email boy has written to tho
School Hoard of London complaining
of tho prize ho received In his school.
Ho states that it la "Illgld Kipling's
Jumblo Book. It Is a dream about
snakes, and father says It Is only
suitable for a man who drinks."
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
Gundlach-Bundschs Wire Go's
LOMA PRIETE CLAItET
8ANTA MARIE BURGUNDY,
CADI VET REELING,
MESE BLANUA HAUTEIISE.
Are all BANNER GOODS, having the natural flavor and bouquet, highly
prized by connoisseurs
W. C. Peacock & Co , Ltd.,
Phone 4. - 3ero3aa.xit St.
SEE OUR AD. IN P. C. A ON "rMW TO SERVE WINE."
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, P unes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, ttc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE
-The prices we placed
no doubt will be appreciated,
10,000 yards or kiddoiis or every size ana snade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN
MOIUEE RIBBON I All Silk
GROS GRAIN RIBBON J vmn.
:: Our Ribbon Stock comprises all the desirable shades
and widths besides ihe reduction on former prices 10 per cent
discount on all CASH purchases will be given.
1500 yds of All Silk Ribbon.
Consisting of shades of which we have no dupli
cates theiercfore an extraordinaiy cut in price. : : :
7, Other ShaJrs
9, Green ,
9, Other Shades
12, Other Shades
16 & 12, Green
Pacific Import to.
Progress Block Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
on our ent're Ribbon Stock
we have placed on sale over
? . ... . 5c. per yard
8 1-Jc "
8 1-3c "
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