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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900.
W. H. RICH, Pre.
11 33 Queen Htreai
AT 10 O'CLOCK
At the residence AJams lane, rear of the
Stciner building, I u III sell at Public Auc
tion the entire household furniture, con
fisthiR of parlor, bedroom am) kitchen
fumlfire, Ice bo.x, meat safe, sewing
machine, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY and
The Three Act Comic Opera
Good Music and Brim Full of Comedy,
NOTICE-Engage seats now for the big
Sousa'e Bl Capitan
MONDAY, JULY 2.
Parquet 75c, Circle 50c, Gallery 25c
Saturday Matinee of OL1VETTE,
Speclil for the Ladles and Children.
Prl.es to all parts of the house, 25 cents.
Friday ' Evening
tar June QO.
4th APPEARANCE IN
Mr. James Neill
Presenting for the first time litre
14 - Windermero's - h
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNX 30
A PARISIAN ROMANCE,
by Special Arrangement' with Richard
Hawaiian Opera. Unfit
SVlv5 Seatsonsale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.,
- lor next weeK's periormances.
:- A N
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
LIVE : : &T O O "
lEl untt tint one inurticn; if etnt two
tmttttiott to ttntt out tt tit, ttnti two uttkt, '
anJ o ttntt ont monte if 11 tttet tetJMtt oavtr
(111 fir tur offtrtJ tbt fitoptt of Honolulu.
LOST WATCH on fori ner Quen Si nunv
Hrti;6vti Relurn to ihli offic Mewf3
I OST-TWHUNE HICYCLE NO 48.404 Tinier
L pleiM return to this office nJ receive reward
I OST-An tmmtltd Knight nl pytlilai BADGE.
Mm, tliirt, he Itweler, on Fort sti l. an r.olve
I OST A SMALL DON fontalnin mlllnty bul
L. ton hAtnn I InJer pleat, return to thl
WANTED Two mm want potltloni, general work
Enquire llullrtln tjf-at.
OLD PAPERS TO EX"llNCiE inr clean Cm
ton Kao Arrrlr at Hulletli Offi.e iv t
WASTED-To tell 4 ! Manila Cljart al v
each M,rlle (Jear Store, neat to Orrhelm
E.XPLKILNCLD SfcWINO GIRLS In dreltmakin,
JeparlmtM Whitney & Marh lyr
1ANTED--A LARUE IIIRI) CAdL
'nb thl ofhee
ol MUNSOVS SHORT
W HAND SYSTEM Pleaw bilns to thlt oftic.
lI.'ASTED-riVfc MLSsES'tjEK BOVS at the
American Metneer Service
WANTED A Young Man about 90 jeara ciU. I v
ne with rirents. tor pnaltlin at clerk Alutt
have fair knoleJ?e of boukkeepln?
and addrett P O Hna tn
WAS'TED-tHE CLUU DARIIfcR SHOI' the
place where you can set a MNL SIMVE for
sc White parpert 101 KlnK ttrcet,
Metropolitan Meat Co.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oyttert terved In the thell only Try hit
tatnoui Ham and l-pc Sandwlchea and Coffee Cor
Nuuanuandllvel ttreitt DICK DALY Proprietor.
WANTED Men to know that they can t thaved
bv awhtta barber for it cenia at R.JEFFS.
6roH Fort ttreet opp Club Stablet itoo-tf
FINE bay driving horte (eight ieart old),
fcounJ. bind ind eentl. On vl ji( Cttv
Sutlt ArplytoA S. HUMPHREYS. i)6oiw
PR SALE--A few very fine WHITE LEGHORN
COCKERELS, from stock lmrrtJ 'rom Kmrr
Bros, New York, breeders of the finest White Leg
horns In America This is vour chsnee t lmproe
yojr flock o' poultry with new Hoed White Legr-orns
are the greatest teg producers In the world, Leav
orders at California Feed Cn or address WILLAMAY
KAN.M J-OtLTHY YARDS, Wahlawa. Oahu
FOR SALE-ONE light spring dray, mule and har
ness, one heavy dray, mute and narnesv will be
sold cheap. Apply to L. u, Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sts i6fmi
FOR SALE-A JERSEY HULL to months old from
best strain of W G Irwin 1 Imported Jnsevs
also one young grade Hoi stein Jersey cow In calf
ry Leant Dairy -mock
Inquire of J. EMMELUTH,
i7 King street.
I OTS OF LOlS-AUo HOUSES AND LOTS
L for Sale, For Rent, For Lease.
06 .Merchanl Si. Honolulu, H. I
COR SALF OR EXCHANGE-CLUB OARDER
T SHOP, King St, easy terms. H JErFS
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tire Phaeton, tingle harneit All firtt
clatt Call or addrett J. W, Club tablet itlt-tf
FOR SALE $4oo Lett, of tttory butlnett
property on Fort ttreet ta yean to run. Ground
Rent J 80 per annum. bargain Apply to
.06 Merchant ttreet
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
I oppotlt. L. II. Da., Etq Ingulf, ol O. E.
FOR SALE $1000.
LOT In bett portion of Kallhl
No. a Fori ttreet
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
" CITY. By J M VIVAS n8
TO LET- NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
1 ROOM at 65? Heritanla street, two doors town
tide of Thomas uare iwi
TO LET-FURNISHLD ROOMS TO LET. suitable
1 for light housekeeping, also i room f r gentle
man Good and come lent loculon Apply Gon
salves Photograph Gallery, Beretanla St. i Sgt)
TO LET The 9 rocm Modern House occupied by
Joseph G Pratt on Lunilllo stre t. between Ala
II ai ana Mpiuuni win vv nn rem !! juiy id n
considerable amount of house furnlthlncsxan be had
with the rremltes For particulars apply at the resi
dence between ion m and a p. m , or at the office of
Bruce Waring & Co isfcBwi
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS arranged lor
I houte.fceeplne- at Cottage drove, King S reet
Arpiytol L.KING 158-11
FOR RbNT Mcely Furnlihed Roomicenlrally lo
cated Apply at si) lletetanla it. near Punchbowl
F' OR RENT-OrFICt. Apply to J. M. Montarrat.
No. 10 Merchant ttreet untf
FOR RENTOrriCES tultable for Doctort, Dent
Ittl Architect,, at the LIU. building on llo'el tt.
Inquire Hart & Co . Ltd , Hotel it. 1114ml
TOLET-COITAGE on Pauoi Road at present
occupied by Mr T H Glbton Apply to
j 4 1 M. S. GKINIIAUM&CO
TO LET-Th. reildenc, of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
houte, barn and itablet. To let at a whole or In
part For further particular!, apply to JOHN ENA
at I I. S N. Co.'a office. Queen street 1464-rt
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street limn side suptrlur
board and rooms newl furnished terms moder-
ate Telephone fio.
TO LET Flrtt-clatt Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort ttreet uavcii
"HUNCH AND (1URMAN.
AN EDUCATED Rutslan genteman. recentl) ar
rled here, who rus been long In I rai ce and
Germany and know, their languages thoroughly,
Mlthet t gle private lessons terms, Ir-ree lessont
per week. $i a month Addrets, A (j V Laklmela
villa 610 Hotel ttret, near Punchbowl i.66mi
MRS K WINSOR of Oakland has opened Drest
making Parlors In lane belwein 94a and ))i Uere
tanla St and will do tinst-cluss sewing ut reasonable
terms.Sults $1 up t 1566-1
MONEY to loan on real estate. Apply to WIDE
t litter, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer
NOTICE TO lUILDEHS-TheUilon Express Co
has WHITE SAND I OR SALE. Ij4tl
RUDOLPH DUNCAN ttatet that ho It still In the
rock and earth business although ho has told hit
Interest In the ballast business
Oftiie Uethel street In II R Hltchccck't law
DR MUDDY S Dental Parlors ar. now open
Cnllfopnin'H Trlnl Trip.
San pranclsco, June iq. - TJie new
steamship California, owned by the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company, has
been on the ary dock at the Union lion
works receiving he- propel er. She was
placed In the water aR4 n yes erday, and
her trial trip Is to take place soon.
For iJJitlonil Shlpplnir Nr hi seventh fig.
1 t) ti 10
9 16 it 46
4 J9 9 4 m
5 at o 19 It 19
o son 10
19 tt si
1 ir 11 ji
Nuw moon on the -Cth ut 2 57 p. m.
I'lilt'S f 1 tun the United States Coast
ml Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tliks at Knliulul and Hllo occur
.Dotit an hour earlier tbnn nt Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
dower than areruwicri time, being
hut of the mer Ian of 157 30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which la the jme as Greenwich Oh.
Wcatlier Hurt nu, Punahoti June '1.
Tcmperatuie mornlnn mtnlmuiii,
77; .Midday maximum. o,".
Ilaromcter nt 9 a. in. 30 02. Steady.
Dew Point C"iK.
Humidity nt !i 11. m. C3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. June
29. Wcatlier hazy; wind fresh NE.
Friday, June 29.
S. S China, Seabury, from San
Stmr Mau-a Loa, Slmerson, from
and Hawaii ports.
Thursday, June 28.
Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, for San Fran
Cisco with sugar.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Eleele and Hana
pepe. Stmr James Mikee, Tullett. for Kapia.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher for Hanamaulu.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Olowaiu and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Helene, Sachs, for Paauhau, Ku
kalau, Ookala and Papaaloa at 4 p. m.
P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, for China
and Japan at 5 p. m.
from Maul and Hawaii v
torts, per stmr
. M. Walton.
Mauna Loa, June 20. C. M.
wife and son. C. Meinecke. R. S. Moore.
S. C. IrvltR, Miss Pinto, Mrs W. F. J.
Dale. P. Adler. J. F. O'Cornor and wife,
Ed. Patten Miss Kalaklela. Mi Kino. F.
S. DodRe, I. U. P-irls, J. Rodiek, P. In-
berg. Mr. tianocli, bJRar Henrique and
wile. Miss Lucv Peibodv. Mr Ka. J.
Gapar, Jr., H. N Kahalepuna. J. Coer
per. W. Muller, A M. Hrown, W. Vlda,
G A. Dovle, Capt, Fox and seven mo'.nt
J ratrMmen, Mr. Autln. W. E. Reavl,
ntr. waiitun aim U7 on ucck.
From San Franrlscn. per P. M. S. S.
China, July 29. R. Broun, Mrs. Wm.
nootn, miss uamvMn, ur. and Mrs. w.
Berthold, Dr. C. B. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs.
V. R. Clark, C H. Dickey, Miss M. E.
D I nc ham. Mrs. W R. Farrlneion. Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Glade, W. H. Hoots H.
Heltmann, W. V. Luther, Mrs. J. Morlti,
W. Macfarlane. W. D. McBride. J. Mc-
Govern, Miss G. NotIs, Mlsi M. Newton,
Miss A C. Rice, Mr. and Wrs. J. w. AP
len, Mr and Mr. F. W. Bosworth, Vr,
and Mrs. J. W. Berestrcm. Mr. and Mrs.
G. Baldwin, W. E. Brown, F. B. Cla-ke,
Mrs. D. W. Corbett and child, Mrs. K. A.
Crippen, J. J. Dickey, C. D. Isenberir,
Mrs W. P. Emory and two chl dren, A.
Gartley, C. D. Gear, R. N. HaMeJ, P.
C. Jones, A. C. Mlzner. Col. G. W. Mac
larlane. W. Ai. Mlnton, W. F. McLennan,
U. McLennan, t. M. Norm, Miss b. Ko
bertson, H. Rice. W. C. Read, A F.
Rooker, Mr G. Simon anJ chllJ. Mies E.
SlurReon, Mr. W. M. Smith, Mrs. G
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tuner, Wlss
R.Turner, J. L. Uplum, G. K. Wilder,
Mrs. L. M. Whltehouse, Mr. and Mr-. D.
St. G. Walters. MNs A. M. E. Walker,
". G. Kubey, Col. D. A. Rav, tlss L. J.
Ray, C G.1 Smlili, Mr?. C. Schneider,
Mrs. H. Sim, son and two children, D. J.
Styne, G. 1 oomb, Miss L. Turner, Mas
ter R. Turner, L. H. Wolf, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Waterhouse. A. Waternouse, Airs. H.
M. L. Walker. C. Olson Col. G. F. Lit
tle. Throucli For Yckohama: Mrs. F.
LMendel'on. Miss E. Mendelson, T. ORurl,
Miss L I hr rnbrouRti, Mrs. H. t-. Walker,
Mls Walker, Mis, F. Mendelson, Miss A.
Mendelson, I. Sh mlza, C. II. Tvltr, Mr.
Walker, M . and Mrs. F. R. Wardle. Fur
Kobe: O. H. Hahn, F. B. Moise, A. E.
Wlldman. For NjRasakl: M Ireplonck.
For Mia Rhai: W. Hancock, Rev. D Z.
Sheffield. For Hoiir'oiir: P Boteltr, F.
A. Lenan, B. Soule, Mil, C. W. Barber
and child, MI'S L. Melners, Mrs. W. U
Webb and child.
For Hun.ipepe, per stmr Kauai, Jure 28.
W. A. Kinney," Mr. and Mr. Waldron.
For Kapaa, per stmr James M.ikte June
28. -Master C. Hertleminn, J, Winter,
the Misses Bertlemann, Mrs. II. Bertie
The Carondelet R'es to Kar.ulul today
In tow ot the Helere.
The Rio de Janelr Is due from China
and Japan In the momlnR.
The Archer sailed for Sin Francisco
yesterday with a full cargo of siiRir.
The brlR H trrlrt h is been h irtered by
Charles Nelon to loid Rener.il merclnti
diie at S in Frjucisvo fo Klhel and M ihu
The M mm Loi reports tint the scluau
er Surprise was at Kailua yesterday She
will prubiblv be back in pint torn rrowor
The China came hi from San Francisco
and hauled alonRslJe the Oceanic wharf
shortly before 8 oVIock this morning. She
took her time ibout coming down, not
wlshlnc to burn extra coal. The passen
gers report a verv pleasant trip. The China
sans lor japan and nina at 5 p. m. I way.
W. S. WITHERS, Mgr.
Mminn Lom'h Report.
Pyrser Tuft of the Mauna Loa report' as
fol'ows: 13580 bags of sugar at Punahu'i
and none at Honuapo No rain, weather
rough and winds strong. Honuapo has
stopped (rinding for a week. Naalehu
has started up again Pahala Milt lias
st ipped for three or four days. Weather
along H.imiku.1 coast good but no rain
There were 8000 bags ot sugar left at H.
S. Co. and 3500 at P. S. M. He vv swell
at Lahalna and little rain. The Mauna
Loa bilngs the following cargo: 8072 bags
sugar, 144 bag. coffee, 28 bills bananas, 6
Ddis tobacco. 2 mis Hides, 12 sks awa and
17 kegs butter.
JAPAN'S WAR PREPARATIONS.
London, June 22.-The Dally Mall In
its second eJltlon publishes the following
from li'kohama, dated yesterday: "Great
ecrevy Is maintained regarding Japan's
military preparations. Fifteen large trans
ports have already been chartered and
eighteen war hlps are mobilizing. A
held post ervke from Taku to Pekln Is
being org mUed and will proceed immedl
atel . Chinese mlllUry students r.
leav ng Japan.
Some of the qualities (if the Trltmnn
wheel nie blue color, perfictlon of
parts, lightness, strctiKth, tlurublllty
Tho Hvcnlne Bulletin, 75 cents pci
PIONEER MILL CO., LTP.
The s'ock books of thlscomrtanv will
be clo-ed to transfers from July 1st to
July 16th, 1900, both Included.
H. A. IbbNUbKU,
1570H Treas. Pioneer Mill Co.. Ltd.
There will be a race between Garfield
Fillv and Brock, on the 4th of July.
Brcck giving Gartield Filly a ( mile
D. Ferrlera will ilde Brock.
Assignee's Notice ot Settlement
of Accounts and Discharge.
The undersletif d, I, Rubinstein, assignee
of t he estate of S. Decker, a bankrup', Rives
notice to all creditors of said estate who
have proved their claims that he has filed
his tinal account as asslRnee In P e Circuit
Cou t and will applv for a dlscharR- from
further liability as such asslRn-e on the
t)th dav of July, iooo, at 10 a. m. of said
day. I. RUBINSTEIN.
Da'ed Honolulu, June 29 -gjo.
Orpheum Co., Ltd.,
MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
At my office, corner Fort and
Merchant streets, I will sell at
public auction, to the highest
biddir for cash many shares
of lhe ORPHEUM CO, LTD
Further paiticulars of
WILL E. FISHER,
t570-2t Cor. Foit and Merchant.
Will be received at the office Superinten
dent Public Works till 12 o'clock noon of
Monday July 2, forwirinR the Executive
Specifications at the office of Assistant
Sunerlr tendent Public Works
The Superintendent Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any ol J.
J. A. MCCANDLES,
Supt. Public Works.
June 29, 19:0. 1 S70t2
In accorditke with vote passed at a
spedal inteting held by tl e shareholders
ot the Kaliuku Plantation Co. on August
10, iS'W. authorizing the Issuance ol new
certificates of shares.
The shareholders of ald company are
hereby reu,ueted to present their old (5ioo
par vjlue; certificates and receive In ex
chtnge the new (520 pir value) certificates
at the office of the Treasurer,
Honolulu, June 28, igoo, isnt
Kino Job Printing at
IT COSTS $10.00
per month to rent a wheel and for the sum of
l?.0Oyou can buy from us a second-hand bicycle,
guaranteed to be in first-class running order. We
have them for this figure and upward and in the lot
there are a few of the well known Columbia Chain
less which gives you a chance to get one of these
splendid wheels for a very
:: Call and get your pick before
E. 0. HALL & SON
1776 - Hurrah foi 4th July - 190(1
The I X L
Day Building. Beretanla St., near Central Fire Station
ARE HE4DQUARTERS FOR.
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,,
Assorted cases for family
At a discount of 2c; pr cent from former prices.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new
expressly made for the I X L
P. O. Box 535
lonstiiiitly - Od - Hand
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 that can -be found in
town, easy to make selections,--DO NOT A.ISS
500 pieces of White
Lawn in 4 grades, 40
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipment of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the,
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import Co.
they are jj
, Ltd, 1
display at very low prices.
8. W. LFDERER.
BttRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris of the City :s:
M acre land ard two cottages, Dowiett'ii
(jncits land Nahlku, his good nut, uat
15-year lease, Beretanla street.
Centrally located Hotel, cheap.
Money to loan on approved security.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block
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