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r THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
Commission - Merchants
: A N D -:
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS OF
XjIVE! : : 8TOO 2ES.
W. H. RICE. Pre.
tl 88 Queen Stpeei
On MONDAY, June 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the the Drill Shed on Hotel s'rtet, I
will sell at Public Auction all of the furni
ture and supplier from the detention can ps,
consisting largely of new Roods.
Furniture, Mattresses, Stores, Sewing
Machines, Lamps, Crockery, Tinware,
Cutlery, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
MERRIEST Or ALL OPERAS
A Laujh From Beginning to End.
PRICES 75c and J1.03.
Geatleea art requested to refrain from Smoking . owner can obtain same by calling at this office
Is ib Boxes and Sections A. B, C. The privilege I nd Identifying It and paying for this adtertUe
Mll b extended In th other portion of the house. ment nutf
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Con a Season of .
agfzs tar June 2W, -a
Direct From Eight Week
Run In San Prnnclnco . , .
Chaa Attor Pjrkrr hat th. hunor to announce the
Initial arreatance in Ifunotulu c (
Mr. James Neill
And the Incorrparabl t
Prentlng an ExtraorJInary Re
pertoire ot High-Class Successes,
:: Seats now on SALE at Wall,
n .i-iicnoiuHuotnpany s tor anypmorm-
Lavish Scenic fcndog
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
'if. i tbtt column wilt bt imlirtii at
it ttmti ht oni tnitrti9n: i ttnli fro
imitftictt; jo ont wttk, ft etntt two wttU,
4tii 60 ctntt out monlb. 7 Hi ft tbt tkttit 4wf
ttnnt tvtf oftrtd tbt ptoplt of Htmtluiv.
WANTED-A cory ol MUNSON S SHORT
HAND SYSTEM. IMmm Win 1 to this offic.
WANTED-A BRIGHT YOUNO OIRL to It am
fnllllntry pU hll Uamlnr.al M E. Klilftn t
Hotel ttfft!. tjfawi
ilANTED-A SMSRT YOUNO LADY la work In
' imi tniunj oakery.
UANTtD-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS at ttw
AaiMkan M. twiger Sarvlc
WANTEtV-A Younr Man about to y.art olj. t'v
Inr wlthpaitntl. for poitltn at clerk Mult
Iiav. fair kno.ledgeof tookkftr'lrir, &taf aalary.
and tJJftn P O Boa,n n.a'iai
ANTED-EXPERIENCE CHINESE COOK.
Wigci Jj 00 per week, (-ill jot tmcurtii m.
WANTm-DETECTlVE, iH4. retlabtt man In
tieprhcirMownt of in Itlandt (or legiti
mate oXkiIy work unJtr Initrucilon, Addrt. II.
C. Wt ptrr, Sum, AmrkAn DetKtlva Aatoclatlon,
IndlnnipMH inaunn, u. a. m)ib.
WANTED-llin CIUU HARDTK SHOP lh
rlifwhtrrurn tt a USE SIKVE luf
it whh r.flrrrs. tui tvlnr arrreC odfo te i
MtiroHun Meat m. m i
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTfcK ROOM -
0)itrra M-rveJ In ihe shell only fry hi
famous Ham and t ve batJLW nS Ctffr Ctt.
II Mel and Fort atrrtt.. DICK DALY, frof rlrlor.
WANTED Men ti know that they can ret havd
t-v m whh hthf fnr ti rm i II. JEFF-
tioW Fort tfft, rp C'oh HMm laoo-tf
PR SALE Thi lurnlure u a tlarm
foitare. COTTAOh l POR RENT. Arrlv
at &6 Fori ttieet. second house from Schnol
street " tjtawi
FOR SAIX-A JERSEY LtUl L ao mntis nlJ Uum
Yt fciraln ot W (1. Inin't lmtorted JVrscts
atsnunt yiiunic eraJe HnK'elri Jeriey row In ra'l
bvLeahlDalrv Stock, ln.ulre of J, EMMELUTH,
aj Ktng street iSYAt
I OTS OF LOTS-Alio HOUSES AND LOTS
L- For Sale, For Rent, Fnr Lease
o5 Merchant St. llnnolnlo. II. I.
FOR SALE OREXCHANGE-CLUR BARBER
SHOI, King St , easy Irrmi. H. JEFI S.
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRtAUE HORSE
Rubber Tire Pnactn. slnel harneia. All first
class Call orddreM J W Club Stables ijlJ-lf
COR SaLE 94900. Lease of t-siory business
property on Fort street f 4 years to run. Ground
KtAtSSo per annua. A bar rain Apply to
j ao6 Merchant street.
PR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Younr St.
opposite L. H. Do. Esq. Inquire of 0. E.
PR SALE $iooo. LOT tn best portion of Kallhl
sUttoaiso. Applv to
no. qio run aireei.
COR SALfc-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
1 CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS ule
CMPLOYMbNT J. W. CMrmin hat urtcanlied a
society of Bartenders. Co k and Wallers, also
lloJse servants, male and female Uftice at Bur
ncfl'a real estate arency, King aid Bethel streets Ii
It not exactly an employment office, but more for the
raterlna; business, Mr. Chapman will be responsible
for the qualifications of all servant that he recom
mends as to character and capacity. He will send re
sponsible servanta to the other Ulands. mil f
LOST A SMALL BOX containing a military but
ton hat'pin FlnJer Pleas return to this
TO LET Now vacant a new -room COTTAGE at
old Walk 1-1. Apply to S. J I'aln Tramway
Stablea, Punahou. U)9wi
TO LET A ROOM In the Hawaiian Hotel grounds
suitable lor a store. Amtinir the recent Improve
mentsatthe HMel are two rooms. eml-clrcu'ar In
form with tile floors, beneath the two large circular
lanals In the front ot the main building. One ot
these Is already occupied as a barber shop, the
other Is available to rent for anv approved line of
buslnest electric light and water laid on.
MACrARLANE ft CO . LTD .
i$jlwt Kaahumanu street,
FR RENT-OFFICb. Apply to J. M. Monsa'rat
No. tq Merchant street. m tt
COR RCNT-0rrlCE4 suitable for Doctors. Dnl
Kts Architects, at the Elite building on Ho'el at.
Inquire Hart & Co . Ltd . Hotel at. nmi
TO LET-COTTAGE en Pauoa Road at rrnt
occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson. Arrly tn
IHI M S.GRINnAUM&CO.
TO LET-Th residence, of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, bam and stables. To let as a whole or It
fart For further particulars, apply to JOHN EN
all I. S N. Coa otflce. Queen street ufij.if
CURNISHED ROOM.Knly fro month Private
T family; tat Vineyard bk J doors Queiyv Hotel.
EWLY FURNISHED ROONAS at (ha Tort Street
nnue cr.rner i-uri ana v nevarJ Ms. Lerv
thing hrst'dass. Two roums suitable fur dentut ot
doctor . m-lm
TO LET-Flrst-Clais Board and Rojoms at the
Aloha Home on Fort street. i59?m)
COUND-A RAMBLLR hlCCLE l'ng In the
I middle of King street opposite tin Optra Houtv
at 4 a m Saturday, June a. Owner may hae
same on iraentirying and pfing tor aa vents-
meni and a reward by application at this
FOUND At the comer ot King and Foil StreeU
a BABY'S HOOD and SMALL POWDLR
PUFF. Owner can obtain same at this office bv
Identifying tha goods and paying tr this advertise
rrOUND A MEDAL for a in vard Kuril. Th.
ONEY to loan on real ettata. Apply to Will E
hlitwr, Keal Etta!. Agtnt and Auctioneer,
OTICE TO nUILDERS-Th. Union Eapreai Co
wnnc awnuiuK 3LCi IJIlir
RUDOLPH DUNCAN ttatei that he Ii ttlll In the
rock ana earth outlneti although, he nai loll hit
Interett In Ihe rallatt builnete.
Office: Uethel atreet In II. R. Hitchcock', law
rR. IIUDDY'S Denial Parlori are now open.
Suijiir Fleet Arrives. '
San Francisco, June 11. A great fleet 0
sugar vesels arrived yesterday morning
fnm the Hawaiian Islands, coming In
almost simultaneously, although the pass
ages from the Islands varied In length of
time. The American shin btnlly F. Whit
ney was out thirty-one days irom Kahulul
and b-lngs 32,000 bags of Hug.tr. Captain
Pendleton reports that on June 6th In latl
tuCe 37 deg. north, longitude 127 deg.
west, the malntopgailant mast was carried
away In a strong northwest wind. The
schooner Marv E. Foster, fifteen and a half
days from Honolulu, brought 28,250 bags
of sugar: tr.e schooner O. M. Kellogr,
twenty nine days tromMahukona, brought
10,007 Dags; tne scnooner KODert Lew er-,
twenty-two and a halt days from Hono
lulu, 21,217 bags; tbe baikentlne W, H.
Dlmond. twenty-two jays from Honolulu,
brought a full cargo, and the schooner
Hay-den Brown, tnirty-one days irom Ka
nuiui. prougnt 19,300 pagsoipugar,
Tut id ay
Monday . ,
J.U1 I J4
1 59 S 14
a ia 6 44
6.11 S J?
I, to 6 $A 9 4?
a 14 7.4010 jo
I-cst quarter ot the moon on 19tli at
2:27 p. in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Ocodetlc Survey Tables.
Tho 'tides at Kaliultil and Illla occur
about an hour catllor Minn at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Orenwicn tlmo, being
that ot the mer Ian of 1S7 30. Tho
time whistle r ,ws nt 1:30 p. in.,
which is the .mio as Oreenwlch Ob.
Wc.-itlier Ilurcau, Punahou, June 20.
Ttmiieraturo Morning minimum,
to; Midday maximum, 8.".
llnronicter nt 'J n. in. JU.05. Steady.
Dew Point C3K.
Humidity nt !t n. m. 00 per cent.
Dlnmund Htuil Signal Station, Juuu
20. Weather clear; wind Hgo NE.
Tuesdiy, June iq.
Am. p. C. F. Sargent, Gammon, from
' Wednesday, June 20.
O, S. S. Mariposa, HouJIet e, from ban
Wednesday. June to. O. S. S. Mari
posa, Hont'lette, irom San FiancKo.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompstn, from Ma
kiwell; 5K00 djrs sugar fir A'exander&
(Je . Dl. Hera, Kulsen. from Hamburg;
8470 bbls. cement to order.
Stmr. Mlhau, Wyman, for Anahola at
Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, for Lahilna at
O. S S. Mar'posa, Hondlette, for the
Colon es at 7 p. m.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Mariposa, June 20 W. D. Allen, Mlts
J. Andrews, Miss I Andrews, Miss M.
Andrews, M. W. Da'ckus and wife. Miss
E. F. Bartlett, J. W. Uurton, Miss Fan
nie Mock, G. llloomqulst and wife, O.
U. Calvert and wife, Miss J. .Dean, W.
K. Douglass, Geo. E. Falrchlld, F. V.
Fell, R. C. Oeer, a. C. I.. Goodman and
wife. Miss E. M. Graham, T. .W. Ho-
bron, J. M. Hodgeman, II. Howard, MI93
N. C. Keating. Mrs. 11. N. Kimball,
Miss D. Kimball, Miss Q. I-omkln, A.
T. I-nrge, N. U Marquez, J. P. Iaw-
rence, J. I). Martin, Capt. Wm. Mat-
son, John McComb, F .McVicar, R.
Morris, Jamles Neill, wife, maid and
valet. 11. J. Nested, Mrs. J. J. Nestcll,
E. Nlohnus. M. A. O'Carrall, W. U
Peterson, T. Polndextcr, G. II. Scott,
S. .Sraton, E. O. Shackelford, V. Wal-
tlron ami wife, Mrs. II. A. Wharton,
Miss A. M. Whitney. 11. A. Wldemann,
Miss N. II. Zcuic. R. Sllbert.
The Mirlnosa alls for the Colon'es at
7 o'clock this afte'iion.
The RnJeilck Dim wa suDD0ed to sail
from San Francisco for Hllo on the morn
ing of June 14. riie Robert R. Hlrtd for
the same port was loadlne nn June ti.
1 ne Kosamonu was to sin irnm san cran-
clo lor this port June 1 5 The Mohican
was to sail the day befo e. The St
K.itherlne and Diamond Head were both
on the boards to' load.
1 Granted American Rcglntry.
San Franclco, June 9. Collector of the
Port It kon has been notllied bv the
ConimU'ln-rnf Niv'cit'in th.it mtrl
can regKtry has been granted the foreign-
nuilt snips, star ! Italy anu surunt
Bengal, The vessels are owpej by Cltl
e.is 01 Hawaii hiu the United states, but
were no Included in the list of vessels
grinted -rejlslrv by the .tct o( Congress
providing a government for the. territory of
Two Sudor SlilpK.
The schooner Aloha and batk Himalaya,
both sailed for San Francisco yejterdiy
witn sugjr. I he Alona carried 24,547
lugs shipped by H. Hackteld & Oi., to
Williams Dlmond & Co. The Himalaya
took the following cargo; 8717 bags s.igar
by W. G. Irwin & Co. to J. D. Spreckels
& Co.; Ooco by J. M. Dowsett to J. D.
bpreckelsii: Co.; 4571 by T. H Davles &
Co. to W lillams Uimond & Co.; 50 to by
Alexander and Baldwin to, AlexanCer &
Baldwin; 1400 by M. S. Grlnbaum & Co.
to M. S. Grit baum Si Co.
ititictiirlfine'a Trip to Koolnu.
Last Thursday, Admission Day, Clar
ence Macfnrlane and Henry Macfurlano
went around to Koolau In the yacht La
l'ulomn. They nrrtveil early In tho
evening unil, having anchored lu a
quiet wot, put out their fishing lliu-.t.
Fortune smiled for bcvernl hours but
Clarence denies that fortune had any
thing to do with tho line fishing, giving
nil the 1 red It to 11 Washington light ho
had rigged up at tho bow of the yieht.
Friday morning tho m l'aloma went
to Knneohc. Hcela and Kalao. Anchor
ing at tho last place Clarence and Ills
brother went to tho hitter's place and
remained until Sunday when they re
turned In tho yacht in company with
Mrs. Macfatlane, Captain Ross ntnl
Christian Conrutlt who went oyerlan.l
to meet them,
Clarence says that tho other side of
tho island Is the only plate to cnilso
and, when Interviewed about his trip
this morning, became so enthusiastic
about the various kinds of fishes nnd
their storlea that tho reporter had to
plead business In another locality;
SPENCER In Honolulu, June If, to
tbe wife or X o. Spencer, a son. tfis
of Jt O.
W. S. WITHERS, Mfcr.
TBEY MUST HAVE LIGHTS
Yesterday afternoon Captain Fox of the
Mounted Patrol announced to his men a
crusade against the people who ride bicy
cles at night without ligh's. He sent his
men out In command 01 a lieutenant and
told them to be vigilant In the matter In
hand. Ihe oflicers hunted dark corner
and waited for the unsuspecting. Before
9 o'clock, nine bicyclists had been landed
at the DO Ice station. Thev all furnished
ball appeared In the Police Court this
A Chinaman was the first to be called
up. Bel g a servant of Paul Neumann,
that attorney d-fended his man. Judge
Wilcox announced that he thought the
Chinaman had been put first as a sort of
feeler for other cases of the same kind
were In thr calendar. He immediately
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miru me siuimiiinii 1 5 anu cusis.
Next came Leonard. Sneakim; for him
self, he stated that. In Ills judgment It was
1101 yei uarK enouun tor a light when he
wasar estej. Besides that, he was verv
neir tn his des-lmtlon The patrolman
wasarresiea i.e. nan sum me same tiling
and Deputy High Sheriff Clillllnguortli
i-skedthat a nolle p nsequl oe tillered be"
fore lie had tmls'-ed g vlng his evidence.
Lew US. Gear was the next. Uifen-
Cant pleaded guilty and staled that le
waxiuiui matches at tne time of arrest.
Judge wilcos. laughingly remarked that
the law said nut hlng atiout matches and
lined Mr. Gear 55 and costs.
I If next young man was W. A Gart
ner who was represent! J by Attorney
Weaver. Girtner said lie was riding
along bv the side of a cr In wnich were
some friends, when his light went out. He
let go and went over to the uirb'ng to
light up. He was iininej'ate s iub-ed.
Allred Cistle and one other testified tn the
samethlng Defendant was discharged,
Judge Wilcox remarking that the oflicers
should have exercised a lltt e discretion
A Japanese a sandw ched in just here.
Having pleaded gulltv. lie was sentenced
tS and costs.
John Marcell was the next lamb to the
slaughter. "I went from the Y. M. C.
A.." said Mariello. "and pass-d several
police officers while n the way to the
pallce station whe'her wa$ bound to ball
out a friend arrested on the charge of
riding without a light. Nalpo arrested
me. Mv light was burning at the corner
nf Merchant and Bethel s'reets. It must
have gone out between that place and the
Captain Parker and Nalpo stated that
Marcello's lamp was out as he was riding
down Bethel street. Judge Wilcox gave
the defendant the benefit of a doubt and
discharged him. Attorney Weaver for the
H. Mark, Cirl Mett and H. A. Ouzan
were the last three offenders. The first
two had "extenuating clr umstances" but
Ihey wl'h Cruran. who pleaded guilty,
were fined 5 and .osts each.
Brass rods for sash curtains
also larger rods and fittings for
regujar windows and doors.
Curtain chains for holding
back the curtains.
May all be had at
There will be a meeting of tl e "Flag
Committee" at Prof. Ook's music parlors
Friday evening, June 22. at 7:10 sharp.
i5(J2t! Chairman Com.
Miss Edith Howe
PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION
AT MILLS COLLEGE, ::::::
.. .AT Tilt'
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION, ThurHtliiy, June 121. 8 . in.
Muiiciny, duly u, p. 111.
Tickets fur the .Course y. '.t . , .175 cents
Single Tickets . ...,.',, Mocents
Tickets fnrsile at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Bernstrnm Aluslc C".. Hobron Diug Co.
andiY. M. C. A. Office. - i5J2t2
In accordance with section 1 of Chapter
XXVI ot the Laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates, are hereay noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1000, will be due and
payable at the office of the Hone lulu
Water Works, on the 1st day of July, 1900
All such rates remaining uupatJ for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid, August 15, igoo, (30 days after be
coming dellmiu:nt are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the luseinent of E.xecu.
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works.
'Honolulu, June 20, lyoo 1562U0
lluwuiliin Automobile ""
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock if this company as to
become cue and payab e at tne office cf
Castle & Cooke, Ltl, on
June 1st, 1 goo, 10 per cent, (t 10.00 per
share); delinquent July 31st, 1900.
July 1st. 1900, 15 per cent. (1 15.00 per
share): delinquent July 31st.
W. A. BOWfcN, Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Coi.tU
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS
E. 0. HALL
Hurrah for Admission Day, June 14,
1776 - Hurrah for July 4, -1900
Day Building. Beretania St., near Central Fire Station
Has received a large stock of--
Colored Fire. Red, Green and Blue
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
American Flags, from. 4 feet to 40 feet. Hawaiian Flaes,
all sizes. Festoonme, Decoration, Bunting, American Shields.
Lithographs of Washington, Grant, McKinley, D;wey, Lin
coln, Sheridan and all Celebrities, Badges, Ribbons, etc.
P. O. Box 535
-New Shipments Every Month.
Over 5000 yards of White
Goods of every description have
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
Our stock is the largest jthat can . be found in
,c tnyn, easy to make selections, DO NOT AISS
I (lib $HLtz.sf...
500 pieces of White Linen
Lawn in 4 gradqs, 4,0 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipmen of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Tmnnrt f
U , torcoi
OR ROAD TIRES.
& SON, Ltd.
S W. LEDERER.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
n In All ParU ol tbt City :r
NEW HOUSE & LOT, King street.
FOUR LOTS fenceJ, Kapahulu Road,
Lot and 2 Houses, Lot 75 x 250.
Corner King and Bethel street".
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