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THE EVIN1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, MA.Y26 1900.
Family Carriage Horses,
Roadsters and Driving Teams.
Draft Horses, Saddle Horses.
8 S3 Queen Streot
TUTS SPAPP RESERVED
IAS- F. MORGAN.
The hand will play tho following se
lections ut a concert In Emma Square
March "Hands Across tho Sea"..
Overture "Jolly Students" Suppfl
"Waltz "Laura" Mlllocker
Selection "Two Hostllo Brothers"
Finnic "Carmen" Bizet
March "The Man Behind tho Gun"
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
The folfowlng music will bo played
at Makee Island Sunday afternoon:
Introduction "Vlvnt Itoglnn" ....
Overture "Corlolan" Beethoven
Fantasia "Metropolitan Children"
Selectlou "Herald Angels" .. Hnndcl
Selretlon "Marltann" Wallaco
Chorus "Tannhauscr" Wagner
Calotte "Hhlno Sounds" .... La t aim
Overture "Titus" Mozart
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Countess Wnnjts Divorce.
San Francisco, May 18. A suit for
divorce that Is of International Im
portance was nied In tho Superior
Court lato yesterday afternoon. Th
plaintiff Is lClla Countess Fcstetlcs de
Tolna, nee Haggln, of this city, and tho
defendant Rudolph Count Fcstetlcs do
Tolna, the eccentric Austrlnn nobleman
and at ono time lieutenant In tho 11th
Thrco causes of action arc given In
the complaint desertion, failure to
provide and cruolty. Tho complaint
bristles with charges, In which Count
Featetlcs famous yacht Tolna, which
Is said to liavo been recently held up
and destroyed by natives off the Afri
can coast of the Red sea, figures promi
nently. The main feature of tho story
told by the Countess are hardships,
dangers, privations, Impaired health,
cruelties, n wife's devotion and a hus
The Marie, out about ninety days
from Newcastle. N. 8. W for this port,
km been posted at San Francisco as
overdue and reinsurance of 10 per cent
ku been quoted upon her.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
Ul. m fin Coam uif r inutUt J I M I
lint cm initrtion! 1( ttnll lu-o inut
tut II t ttntt ont until, 41 tfti tu-o uttkl, an J Co
ttnll out moult. Ibll it lit tttlftll tJvttUunf tvt
offtrtJ tlt titfitil fit hctitiuiu.
,iu-- a. iali. jAfA.bsii H O tOG
Owrr cm nb aln sam by enquiring t t
OffiC " ."-p ".' ... ... m - .
FvMJ" t UlclO lll 111 King i Kill '.Clrtl
UADY'S HOOD ana SMALL POWDLI.
1'UFP. Owner can tbtaln lime at thli office b
tdtntllylug th. goods anl paying fr this aaverils
COUND-A MEDAL for a in yard Itu
I owner can obtain tame by calling at
ui Kuril,. Th.
anil IJeotifrlnz II anJ paying for this advertlse-
WANTED-By a Certificated Masseur A FEW
MOKE PATIEN rS. Best l f referetces clven.
Address M this office. ij,s-iw
ANTED-EXI'ERIENCE CHINESE COOK.
Wage, Js.ou ter week, call joj Berelania St.
tlANTED-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM with
" busrd by vounc man. Address, statlpe terms
etc., "H" at this office. 15,1-st
llMNTED-Two Small Second-Hind TYPE
VV WHITER DESKS: also one laree flat top
desk with drawers. Address, giving full particulars.
O. I., BciUlln Office. i;ntf
liANfFD For several day, an eiperlMicrd
DRUSSYIA.KI-K. On. who can cut and fi ,
tnd Is neat teimstress. Apply Mr. Merrill's, corner
bmma street . nd Gandall Late ijiowi
JIAN7ED-A GOOD SECOND HAND Bll YCLE
Apply l 'hi' office. m3-tf
WANTED-DETECTIVE. shrewd, reliable man In
the piliclpal towns of the Islinds for let-It'
mit, detective work vnder Inttructlm. Address II
C. Web ter, Supt. Ameil.'an Detective Association,
InJIamp lis. Indiana 1'. s A. ii6-im
llANTED-TIIE CLUB BARBFR SHOP the
W pi, ce .here you can get a FINE SlUVEfor
i;C. white barhe'S.
lie. white barhe'S. 101 King street, oppos te
WANTED-To RENT AN OFFICE suitable for a
Doctor or Dentist. Arply to 41 1 Union Square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oysters served In the shell onlv Try his
'amnus Ham and t ec Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
fuel and F rt stret.. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
AANTED Men to know that they can cet shaveC
'V by awhile barber for 15 cent, at II. JEFFS
iqVS Fort street, opp Club Stables tsog-tf
CORS'LF-ONESEr FOWLER STEAM PLOW
now hire and ready for delltery. Tor part culars
C. BREWER & Cj.. L'T D..
iS4iim Qu en street
COR SALE-SIX ELIGANT LOTS, $joo EACH,
S.odoHn, $10 per montn. Aidless b. M , P.O.
HOX 404. 15l)l
COR S'LE-OVE GO ID CARRIA E HORSE
' Rubber T re Plret n single hiroet All first
lass. Call or addies, J WClub btables isjs-tf
COR SME OR EXCH NGE-$)ooo. CHOICE
HOME Young str er. Tew djyson'y. Address
'I. D. ' Box 1?. II nolulu. i)iill
JOR SALI-A rwCTOFLANI), ltuted on thi
coTtr of Wl dr and Keeaumoku street.
F. r terms apply to
Hint JOHN F. COLIlURN
COR SALE OR EXCHANGe
Young street, Jiooj.
J D. AVERY, Germanla
COR SnLE $4500,
Lease of a-story business
1 property on r-or
Rent i8o per annum,
property on Fort street ,4 year, to run. Ground
pargain. npniv 10
r h,nt lreet.
HO MU-1WU CullAUba un Young M,
opposite L. II. Dee. Esq. Inquire of (i. E
opposite L. II. Dee, Esq.
COR SALE-T1000. LOT In best portion of Killhl
No. lio Fort street.
COR SALE-Spso. LOT at Killhl on main street.
slie 75x150 Apply to
. . N0" frt '
COR'SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS ij8
I OST A BLACK RAIN ROBE, with button In the
- certer Finde' w I please return same to LR
HERUERTand receive reward.
LOST On King street, b-tween depot and Fo-t
street, SATCHEL containing $15 In gold, some
small chine, and mcel'aneous pap'M. Finder
p'eas return to the Bulletin ffice and receive
I OST-A CERUHCATE OF DEPOSI r In the
L. Hank ol Hawaii In favor of F. L. PETERS lor
$1000 Tinder please return to Inter l.land S'eam
ship Offca 1,18 iw
I OST OR STDLEN-A WATCH hiving owner1,
L- Initials, a sum of mrnev and some Jewelrv,
which blonged o the late Horace Lew), Reward
furtheartl lesfr m Mrs James Anld, Pawaa,
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
interest In th, ballast business.
Office: Bethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
DR. IIUDDY'S Dental Parlor, art now open
FURNISHED POOM. mod -rate cost Private
family; 6a6 Vineyard St j doors Queen Hotel.
NEWLY rURNISHFD ROOMS at th Fori Street
llnuse corner Fort anl Vlneyart Sts. Ever.
thing tirst-clas. Two room, suitable for denii.t or
TO I ET First-class Biard and Room, at the
I Aloha House on Fort street! 1537-011
COR RENT OrFICu
Apply to J. M. Monsa'rat,
No. 19 Merchant street,
TO LET Th. residence nf John Ene at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn anl stable,. To lei as whole or In
part. For further particulars, apply lo JOHN ENA
at I. I S N. Co.', office. Queen street. 1464-tf
8uar on Unwji'l.
Tho Noeau reports the following su
gar left at certain plantations on Ha
waii: Pahala, 19,000 bags; Honuapo.
11,000; Honokaa, 24,300; Kukulhacle,
7,000. Heavy rains In Hamakua for
several nights aro reported.
"W "Wartc!-. "Tli.il 3To-ul Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for store, and property, Best City references furnished,
and confidential work of all sorts. ::
Offico Room 4 Model Block -
A dividend Is to be paid May 31st on
Klpahuhi Sugar Co.'s stock. See no
klco under New Today.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Mny 2C.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Mlday mlxlmum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m, 30.0S. Irregular
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 63 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
26. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Friday, May 25.
Schr, Blanche nnd Ella, from Kauai.
T. K. K. S. S. America Maru, Going,
from San l-ranclsco.
Saturday, May 26.
Stmr. Walalonlc, Green, from Wal
niea; 3000 bags sugar to II. Hackfcld
& Co., and 300 bags rice to Sing Chong
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, from Kukul
haelc; 4416 bags sugar to F, A. Schaef
Stmr. Kcauhou, Moshcr, from Lahal
nn; 37S0 bags sugar to H, Hackfcld
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai ports; C0S2 bags sugar to H.
Hackfcld & Co.
Stmr. Lchtui, Bennett, from Maul nnd
Am. schr. James II. Bruce, Peterson,
from Aberdeen Apr. 8; 40,895 pes lum
ber nnd 2000 bdls shingles.
Stmr. Kllnuea Hon, McAllister, from
Paauhau; 315 bags sugar,
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports.
Friday, Mny 23.
Stmr. MnkolII, Bennett, for Kauna
kakal. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for
Sp. R. D. Rice, Carver, for Philadel
phia; 58,070 bags sugar, 0.9S1.128 lbs,
O. S. S. Mariposa, Houdlcttc, for San
Schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson, for
Bktn, Newsboy, Underwood, for Port
Townsend in ballast.
Schr. G. W. Watson, Wilson, for Port
Townsend In ballast.
n '-. A. J. West, Ogllvle, for the
Sound. ' WJKl
.i SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
China and Japan nt 4p. m,
For San Francisco, per O. 3.. S. Mari
posa, Mny 23 Mr. nnd Mrs. Sharpc, D.
L. Bartlett, Mrs. A. L. Bartlett, Mrs.
M. G. Hoffman, Miss E. Condon, Mrs.
Dodson, A. B. Bannon, Captain Scrlb
ncr, J. R. Fulton, Charles Stanley, L.
E. Chcnault, J. E. Taylor and wife,
Samuel Pugct, Jns. J. Macdonald, Mrs.
John Connon, Mrs. Wlcgandt, John
Hart, II. Brown, C, M. Logno, J. II.
Rex, John Holmes.
From Kauai portB, per stmr. W. O.
Hall, May 26 Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Palmer, Mrs. Frances Gay, child and
two servants, M. A. Rcgo, J, I. Sllva,
Mr. Hnrtman and L. Lovoll.
From Wnlmca, per stmr. Walalealo,
May 26 H. Murota, pollco offlcer and
From Kukulhaelc, per stmr. Noeau,
Mnv 26 Mrs, Moanaull.
From Lahalnn, per stmr. Keauhou,
May b faul Isenborg, II. P. Iscnberg
and Carl Henoch.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
America Maru, May 25 Edmund Ba
ker, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Balrd, M.
Brnsch, Mr. and Mrs. E, J, Cotton, J. T.
Cnmnbcll, E. G. Clark, C. W. Deacon,
D. Dorward, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Helnr
berg, A. Heunlsch, Jas. narrower, II.
D. Hall, Mr. Altken, N. B. Lansing, O.
G, Lansing, T. Matsuoka Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Morrison, A. McNnlly, II.
T. Marsh, Mrs. R. C. A. Peterson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. B. Ripley nnd two children,
Miss Ripley, Miss M. Swain, Miss M.
T. Thompson, C. D. Vincent nnd 11 Eu
ropean steerage. For Yokohama J.
C. Brown, J. C. Bcntz, C. O. Edward..
Miss Mabel Hydo, J. Koplma, T. Mori,
K. Tsubol, Y. Murotn.'Mr. and Mrs. Y.
Murotn, thrco children and three ser
vants, Basil Rhodes, T. Salto, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Blackman. For Hongkong-
Mrs. H. L: Nason, J. W. Taylor, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chnng Ylng Tung, Mrs. Tor
mey, Miss Tnrmrv a-Mir K. Mclsaac.
Water colors in sets for
school children or adu'ts also
a new stock of separate colors
and brushes are now on hand
At KING BROS.,
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cent! per
W. S. WITHERS,
P. O. HOX 284.
In consequence of the passage of the
Hawaiian Territorial Bill, the S. S.
'Moana" will not carry freight or pas-i'-ngers
between tills port and San Fran
:lsco. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTDy
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Alay 24, 1000. I542t2
A special meeting of the sliareliolders of
the PIONEER 1V1ILL CO., LID., will
held at the office of H Haikfeld & Co..
Ltd., on MONDAY, May 28th at 2 p. m.
0 consider a proposition to Issue bonds on
in the property of the Company ami for
urli other business as may be brought
before the meeting.
Horolulu, May 25th, 1500. 154U1
A dividend is due and will be payable
to the stockholders of the Klpahulu bugar
Co., on the 31st Instant, at the office of
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
The stock books of the Company will
ie cloed to transfers on the 30th and 31st
H. A. ISENBERG,
Treasurer Klpahulu Sugar Co.
ATTENTION G. A. R.
All enmrades of Geo. W. De Long Pot
No. 45, and s journlng comrades are cor
'tally Invited to mett ;tt Post Room, Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:15 p. m.
Sunday, the 27th lnt.. to attend Memorial
Services at Central Uni n Cnurcli comer
Richatdsand Bere.anla streets.
W. L. EATON P. C,
JAMES T. COPELaND, Adjt.
Every member of Harmonv Lodge is
hereby notified to meet at their hall (on
King streetj on Sunday at 2 p. m to at
tend the funeral ot our late brother, W. S.
Members of Excelsior Lodge and all
vlsltimt br 'Uieis are toidiilly invited.
J. B. MCVEIGH,
E. R. HENDRY,
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby elven. that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
May 21. iooo 1 black horse. undes:rlb-
able brand on the l-ft hind le. white
port on forehead, sore back.
All owners nf the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that 1 will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, June
9.1000, at 12 m., It not called for before
mat date, K. KbKUtNE,
"Wong Sai Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed
124 King Street, Oo'lte John Nbtt's
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing a Specialty.
Notice of Co-partnership
The following named persins have been
admitted as ptrtners In the Copartner
ship, under the Firm Name .ind Style of
THE FIRST BANK OF HILO.LIMITED,
carrying on the business of Banking in
C. E. Richardson, Hilo; C. C. Ken
nedy, Hlo: A. E. button, Hllo; J. S.
Canarlo, Hllo; Mrs. J L. Richardson,
Hilo; John F. Moir Papalkouj C. E.
Gordon, United States;. John J. Grace,
Hllo, May 14, 1000, I5j6-2t
Prisoner1 From Kauai,
John Meldon, recently fined $250 and
costs on tho chnrgo of unlawful pos
session of opium at Walmea, Kauai,
was brought to Honolulu today by n
pollco officer. Meldon was brought to
Oahu Jail for safe keeping, It being
feared that he might cscapo on Kauai.
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins,' Piunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, ttc. ' Roquefort Cheese. ,
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheutn Block.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris of the Cily ::
So choice lots Kaplo'ani Park, only
J jo each. J
4&-year lease, b'ach, Walklkl. House
and Lot, cheap, Kew.ilo.
Corner King and Bdhel streets.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE
::- The prices we placed on our entrre Ribbon Stock
no doubt will be appreciated, we have placed on sale over
10,000 yards of Ribbons of every size and shade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN 1 . . .
MOIREE RIBBON All Silk
GROS GRAIN RIBBONJ "
:: Our Ribbon Stock comprises all the desirable shades
and wjdths besides the 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 thererefore an extraordinary cut in price. : : :
No. j, Green Jc. per yard
nr"'" Other Shades 6c "
" 7. Green 1.'. 6c '
" 7, Other Shades 8 1-Jc "
" 9, Green , 8 l-?c "
" 9, Other Shades 10c
" 12, Green 12c "
" 1, Other Shades Kc
, " 16 & 12, Green He
Other Shades 16c "
Pacific Import Co.
Progress Block Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this Company will be
c'osed to t.ansfers from SaturJav, May
2f, iooo, toTnursday, May 31, iooo, In
clusive. W. A. BOWBN. Treasurer,
l54lt hwa Plantation Co.
Walinea Sugar Mill Co. Ltd.
The books ol this Company will be
doed to transfers from Satuid w, May 26,
to Thursday. Ma 31. iooo, I. c'uilve.
W. A. BOWKN.Tieasurer.
io'3 WlmeaSugarM.il Co., L'td.
Hawaiian Sugar Company
The stock books, of the HAWAIIAN
SU JAR COMPANY will be closed to
transfer fnm Alay 28th to May 31st,
W. L. HOPPER,
WJt Secretary H. S. Co.
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