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TUB BVI2NIN0 UUU.iSTINi HONOLULU, H. SATURDAY, JUNIi JO, 1900.
Commission - Merchants
:- AND --:
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS OF
JLj. X "V 13 : : J I" O C "
W. H. RICb, Prcs.
I S3 Queen Street
MONDAY, .Inly 2,
AT 10 O'dLOCK A. M.
At the residence Adams lane, rear of the
Stelner buildlnjr, I will sell at Public Auc
tion the entire household furniture, con
flstlnr of parlor, bedroom anJ kitchen
furnlfire, Ice box, 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's El Capitan
MONDAY, JULY 2.
Parquet 75c, Circle 50c, Gallery 25c
Saturday Matinee of OLIVETTE,
Speclil for the Lad'es and Children.
Prl.es to all parts of the house, 25 cents.
Friday : Evening
ear June 20, -
4th APPEARANCE IN
Mr. James Neill
Presenting for the first time here
j - iviniapmppAfi
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 30
A PARISIAN ROMANCE,
by Special Arrangement with Richard
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.,
for next week's performances.
fQJl, in thit tolumn fvtll h inxttUi t
ipSl (full hni out inuttion; Jf wli la
HHttUott to ttnli tnt ttfift, 1 nfi fuv tfAi,
kJ fo (l cw mmO, Till t f (bttttit 4if
tmnr ntr offtttd tti Mof! HonoMu.
I OST-SALAHY WARRANT NO to8i. drawn W
L the AuJHr 0nfrl In favor of Mn. S. I)
IWapy, for $6aoo unJer dt of AutuM ft. t8)9.
' SurroM ol I'uMIc Schooli Pay Roll LnJord
to Jonathan Shaw I'aymrnt hat Nen toprd at
the Treasury htrarlment, ani al Frrsn arc arnJ
a am, accepting urn j. u iicnri ijtiwi
OST WATCH on Fort Mar Qun St , caw num-
ber iijf-yti Return to ihli otfica Reward
OST-THIHUNr. niCVCLE NO. .!..-. rinJtf
- pleas return to this office nJ receive rewirJ
I OST-An erumeted KnlsM ol Pythias BAIKiE.
I . I tl I. fc.t.,1. lataa.a l.nl.t fsl ttlllin
ime ill.il, ibr jeweler, on fort ilr.et. and rc Ive
t OST A SMALL HOX conUlnlne a mlWaly hut
L ton hat.rin UnJer rle.i return to this
WANTED Two men want posltlins jtrntral work
tniulre llutletln iw
OLD PAPERS TO LXCII SUE tor titan C -ton
Hacs Arrrly at Hultetln Office u'y tl
WANTED-To tell ... Manila Clears al !r
rain Mjrtle Clear Store, neat to Orrheum
CXPERILNCEDSFWINOCilRLS In drexmakmi;
- Jeranment W hltney fli Marh ts,
lANTEO-A LARGE I1IMD-CAOK Arrly to
'i,ft thl office ti(4wt
WANTEI-A enrv of MUNSONS SHORT
HAND SYSTEM Please bring to thU ofnee
VWANTED-riVL MESSENOLR HOYS at the
W American Metienger Service
ANTfcO A YounfE Man about to )ears o!J, liv
ing witn parent, inr roimcn at cirrK j.ui
have fair knowledge of bookkeeping iute Ml try,
and address P O Hnnn n-iii.
WANTED-THt CLUB HARBrR SHOP the
place where ou can get USE SHAVE for
MC, White barbers, tot King street, oppoata
etrapolltan Meat Co. i5Jtf
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served In the shell only Try his
famous Ham and ttrir Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hitel streets. DICK DALY Proprietor.
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
bv a white barber for if cents at H. JEFFS.
6.9M Fori street, opp Club Stables itoatf
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mott
r Choir Ifwitlon aJHInintr the Maklkl villa of
Hon. H P. Baldwin. Apply Mrs. K Vida.
A FINE bay driving horse (eight years old),
ftnunJ- kind and prntle. On vU at Cartv s
Stable Apply to A S. HUMPHREYS. iiCiw
FORSALE-A few very fine WHITE LEGHORN
COCKERELS, from stock Imported from Knapp
Urns.. New York, breeders of the finest White Lei?
horns In America .This is our chance n lmproe
your flock p poultry with new blood White Legtorns
arc the greatest egg producers In the world Leave
orders at California Feed Co or address WILLAMAY
RANCH POULTRY YARDS, Wahlawa, Oahu
FOR SALE ONE light spring dray, mute anl har-
nras. inr uravj tiiuj, iiiuiv iiu naiiirav. wm y
sold cheap. Apply to L. (I. Thomas, cr. King and
Smith Sts. MCffflt
COR SALE-A JERSLY HULL to months old from
I best strain of W G Iiwln s Imported Jerseys
atsnoneoung grade Holsteln Jerse cow In calf
b Leahl Dairy Stock Inquire of J. EMMELUTH,
11T King street 'J59tf
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
L- For Sale, For Rent, For Lease
c6 Merchant St. Honolulu. II l.
:OR SALr OR EXCHANGE-CLUB BARBER
SHOP, King St, easy terms. H JEhlS
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
I Rubber Tire Phaeton, slntrle harness All first
class. Call or address J. W Club Stables itta-tf
FOR SALE J4J00 Lease of story business
property on Fort street S4 years to run. Ground
Kent 78o per annum A bargain Apply to
to6 Merchant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St .
opposite l. n, uee, esq inquire 01 u. c
PR SALE-$iooo. LOT In best portion of Katlhl
slte8oxtso. Apply to
No. )io Fort street
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
LITT. uyj M VIVAS
TO LET-A NICELY IURNISHFD TRONT
I ROOM at t Dentinl street, two doors town
lids of Thomas Square. liwJ
TO LET-FLRMSHEDROOMSTO LET. suitable
I for light housekeeping, also i room fr gentle
man Gnod and come lent locttlon. Apply Gon
salves Plurfojrapi Gallery. Berttanla St. ts'l
TO LET The o room Modern House occupleJ by
in...k r n.-ta nn f .in,. ,. iuiu,.K id.
I a and Kaplolanl lll be for rent after July 10. A
toniijcraen iinuuni ui noun iut(iiiiihk vn vm naa
with thn premises For particulars apply atthetetl
dcice between 101 m and tp, m, or at the office of
umtg otinnaf ex v-o iowi
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS arranged for
I house'tieeplne; at Cottage Grove, King Street
Apply tot- L, KING l'68'
COR RENT Nlcelv Furnished Rooms centrally lo
I cated. Apply at jsj Beretanlast. near Punchbowl
RENT OFFICc. Arolv to J. M. Monsarrat.
no. 19 Aiercnant siree.t ijuh
COR RENT-OrriCES (ultabla for Doctora. Dent-
liti, Archllecia, at the bllte bulUInc on Hotel it,
Inquire Hart & Co , Ltd . Hole! at. m,mi
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa RoaJ at preaent
occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson Apply to
TO LbT-Tha reilJrnce ol John Ena al Wallclkl,
' furnlihed or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stablea. To tat as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
ai 1 1. a n.o. a omce. vueen atreet uott
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street, town side, superior
1 board and rooms newly furnished terms moder-
i iriepitone cot i joo-im
pO LET-Flrst -class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street hot-mi
TRUNCM AND UURMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gent'eman, recently ar
rived here, who has been long In Iraite and
Germany and know their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 give private lessons lerms, tr.ree lessons
rr week, tj a month Address, A.G V. Laklmela
Vina mo tioiei sirtet near PunchPovM i66mt
MRS K WINSORofOakhnd has openeJ Dress
making Parlors In Une rt-twten ;) kind ssi B re
tanla St . and will do fimWIuit stwlng at reasonable
terms j5u.t f j up 1-,66-iw
MONEY to loan on real estate, Appti to Will E,
Fisher, Real bstate Agent and Auctioneer.
NOTICE TO BUILDFRS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND IQR SALE. f i5 4itf
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business
Office: Bethel street In H. R Hitchcock's law
R. HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are now open.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page
Thursday ... 1,
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4 )u, 9 49 a in
1 ST o 19 to so
6 00 1 ,, 6 19 u so II 10
6 ill J 17,
1 19" II
1 t ts Jl
ooil 1 I 11
New moon on the ZCtli ut 2 17 p. m.
lidos from the Unite ,1 States Coast
mil Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tlie tides nt Kahulul ntiil Hllo occur
.bout nn hour earlier than nt Honolu-
llawnllnn Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
ilower than Oreeuwlcti time, being
that of tho mer Inn of 157 30. The
tlmo whistle r ns nt 1:30 p. m.,
uhlcli is the a me ns Greenwich 0b,
Weather llurenti, I'unohou June 30
Temperature Morning minimum.
70: Midday maximum, So.
llarcimcter at 9 a. m 30 02. Hlslng,
Dew Point 071'.
Humtitlty nt 9 a, m 03 pr eent.
Diamond Head Signal Htntlon, June
30. Weather hazy; wind fresh NK.
Friday, June 29.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Maul and
Haw-all ports 1
f!n schr Stirnrle. from Kona rvirts.
Stmr Mokolll, Napela, from Ko .a ports, people who have rooms to let to notify the
... riflj'rrt . can gather Directress
i""' "unrc. nn.r-'uii.iiu. Hum iiuui ,
K?;4,,mF. Jl' COm' "7,
sks. taro. if hides and 70 hoes,
Stmr. Mikahala, Pedersen, from Eleele;
5010 bags sugar to Alexander i; Baldwin.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Kukulha
ele: 40Q2 bags sugar and 260 bags coffee.
Stmr Kllauea Hou, McAllister, from Pa
auhau; 2080 bags sugar.
Friday, June 20.
Stmr Helene, Sachs, for Paauhau, Ku-
l.ilnn. Onlcaln anil Panaalna
p. m. s. s. china, Seabury, for china
Stmr Walaleale, Piltr, or Mikaweli. j
Am sp Florence, Ryder, for Tacoma, In
Am sp Bangalore, Blanchard, for Kahu
lul, in ballast.
Saturday, June 30.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Anahola.
VK.SS)i:i,S LKAVING MONDAY.
Stmr lnau, Freeman, for Hilo and way
ports at '2 m.
Stmr Kalulanl, Mitchell, for Lahalna,
icHi) Mlhlltfnnl MnLc ll ill Mnnnlilna
Honomu, Peptekeo and Pjpulkoa at 5 p.m. 1 AT 'ill A7" TO.Ti A "V
Srmrniau.linp. MennnnM. for K.-ihitlnl.A'AJ W JLJ JLX1 X
IMJItlKu, Aana, Kapanulu and Mllo at 5 p,
..... - "".v . ; ..;. ",
Stmr Mokolll, Napela, for Molokai ports
at ; p. m.
From Eleele, per stmr Mlk.ilnla, June
jo. Capt. Sodebgren and wife. Jas.SIms,
H. nillrtt, M, Col'inan and Con deck.
Prnni Ihf nlsitlhiwla rr etinr tti -ilinl
June 10,-Mlss F. Rickard Miss Lucy
Kaiukaluna. b. Kanakalunannd
ikalunannd 5011 deck. i
From Maul port, per stmr Cl.tudlne,
June 30 J. B. Cast'e. P. M. Pond. C. B.
Wells. H. Anderson, G. S Brvant, C. T.
Day. T. H. Gibvm, J. W. Glrvln. G. M.
Cook and wife. G. Child, sister, Havl
ara, C. -P. Mulvaney and wife, J. A.
Moo-e, Miss Pall. Master Pall, Mlsi Had-
icy, a uen ev, rt. rurnunsen, ,us. mary
Kuralahu M-s A. Spencer. Sing Keeand
wife, Capt liWhlll, J. Burnett, John I
Nelson. Ho Duck. L. C. Gibson. C A. 1
Macuonaid, v. I liompvin, MKs i-lemlng,
a. manuw-a . ucukj. miss nil snani. i-.
A. Manuwal, Ot'uka. MlfS Pill Sham, I
J. Cros, I . Bowden and 58 deck.
From Hllo and way port, per stmr.
Klnau, June 20. Dr. R. H. Reld, J. R.
Durrows.-wlfr and son, George A Ord
way, Rev. Kauml. wife and child H. H.
Hall, Palmer Wuodi. Leong Chop Kee. J.
A. Scott. J. S. Low. Tone Ho. M. F. Mc
Donald, J. W. Be'i. wife and daughter,
Ml Parrv. tw. v.m iwtin 1 Ah
Pang, Mrs, G. H. Deacon, Miss Van Deel-' ment for the Territory of Hawaii, Interest
Ing. Miss W. Ahrens, Miss Aklna, P. ion all depolts will cease on July 1st, 1900
Peck. Arthur Aklna C. H. Fairer, .Mrs. J. I Depositors are requesteJ to present their
KUWnT?JilE.UiBa ATlce&ei; ! P-"ooksat the Hawaiian Postal Savings
Mrs. W. H. Patten, F. Akana, wife and 1 Bank without delay and receive in ex.
three children, Miss Alice Walker, Brother change therefor certificates authorized by
Henry, ,Mlss iKaf Wight. Brother Chyles, the United States' Treasury Department,
M ss Maud Wight, Brother Ravmond. H. I . , . . , .. '
Duncan. Brother Mathhs. J B. Collins., lowing amounts due such den sltors as
W. S. Chance, wife and daughter, U. H
LUdoipn, u. Maguml, Y. Yokniuw-a, t.
Madden, M. Yam.ida, W. F. Heeb, wife
and daughter, Dr. Chaphain, W. S May,
R. L. Oglllue, H. R. Bryant, Miss M.
Jones, E. D. Tenny, Miss SJmbert, John
Hind and wife, Leung Kal Chew, Dr. J.
Wright and wife. Tom Dow, T S. Kay
anJ wife, Young Bew, G. p. Tulloch.Ong
Jim, H. L. Holsteln, Ong Fook, and 140
The Bangalore was towed to sei by the
Helene yesterday. She will take on sugar
The shin J. B. Brown silled from New
castle for Honolulu on the 19th Inst. She
had a full cargo of coal.
The Iwalanl repoits4ooo bags of suzar
nt H. S. Co, and 3000 at P. S. M. up to
yesterdiy Hjiiokaa mill was still closed
The Oregon Is discharging her coal at
the Fott street wharf.
The Mlk iliala reports the eclipse at Ele
ele on Tnursdiy.
The James Makee with 5000 bees of
sugar will be In from Kapaa tomorrow
morning, me Mall will also be in from
The Nllhau sailed for Anahola. Kauai.
at iz noon today with a lot of Machinery
for the Makee Scgar Co.
W. S. WITHERS, Mi
The Florence villed In Ivllast for the
Sound yrsietday afternoon. Captain
KvJer sjiJ before leavlnz thatheuould
have a bone to pic with the harbor
master upon his return 1 1 this port.
The Klnau arrived from Hllo and way
ports at about 11 o'clock last night. She
had a very roueh trip, e.xnerlenclne parti
cularly bad weather at Lahana. The
Kin iu began loading today and will sail on
The Mikahala Ifputtlng her sugar Into
the A. J. Ropes The Kllauea Hou Is dis
charging Into the Ersklne M Phelps
The Klnau at 12 m and the Claudlne
p m. on Monday, will both sill for
ah accommodations tor mat place
are already engaged.
The catolene schooner Surprise came In
from Kallua at about 5 o'clock yesterJay
arternoon She brought the following
cargo: 30 cord firewood, 500 bags sugar,
Goo bags awa, 750 bags cnarcoal and 20
bagscjffe: She i-ame from Killui In 22
hours The Surprise will call tor Lahalna.
Makena and Kona ports at 10 a. m I ues
HILO'S RACE iiiHITr.
The Knlu an j CauJIne win ,ake away
a IarKe t'm6er of Honolulu people to Hllo
for the races on July 3 and 4. The horses
and Jockeys are all In the Rainy City
hard at work and there Is eery promise
mai tnere will cea innsi successtui meet
at Honolulu park. The nilo correpo'
dent of the Bulletin writes as follows:
I ne race trick is In good condition or
will be when the time comes. The com'
panv has day and nleht shifts at work,
fhe horses sre out every morning and are
showing up well. The 400 purse had to
be divided and on addlthnal race made,
owing to the fact th.it there were not
enough good horses up from Honolulu. I
think the running races will be all rleht
as the dark ones brought down from the
coast by Wilson are good boys. The
'grandstand is the coolest I ever sat In
land the view from any part of It Is perfect.
The track just now is heavy but I liavei 0
doubt It will be fast enough when the
horses start. I do not know wnere the
Honolulu reople will put up as the h .tels
iare packed to the 'oof and ads are out for
wln undoubtedly win over Loupe but I am
not giving tips. Outcast hurt herself com-
Ing up and may not do as well as her
owner would like."
The excellence of the crayon
enlargements from small por
traits and miniatur. photo
reproductions mounted in
brooches and pins made by
( Kins Bros, have earned the
Commendations of their CUS-
tr;n Rrnc u.,a uaan : t,:c
.. PS aros- liaveDeen tl ttllS
Mine for years and can be de
pended upon. It you want
anything of this sort drop a
line or call at their store.
Hotel street between Fort
MAUNALEI SUGAR- CO., LTD.
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Maunalel Sugar Co.t Ltd., will be
'held at tne Chamber ot Commerce rooms
" u -UH-'; ",'", """yi "";..' ""
Matters of vital Importance will be cull
sldered and u full attendance is requested.
By order of the President.
C. B. GRAY,
Sec. Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, June 30, 1100. 1 571 1 1
jgY AU THORI T Y
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN
WAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I
SK-KhTARY'S. OFriCC. J
By direction of the Governor notice Is
, ' , , .,. . . ,. -...
tlon 102 of An Act to provide a Govern-
hereby given that In accordance with Sec
of JuK- ISt, IQOO.
Paynentto depositors will be made at
the First American Bank of Hawaii In Ho
nolulu upon presentation of said Cer
tllicates. HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Executive BullJlug, Honolulu, June
30th, 1000. ij7 1 tl
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, 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 :
June 27, IQ30. 1 red horse brandeJoV
on left hind leg.whltestrlpefrum forehead
to the noe; white mark and sore on the
back; four leg black and slioJeJ.
J ne 2o, 1000. -1 red hore branJeJ ? on
right hind leg; white spot 0,1 forehead;
four legs white and shoded. ,
All owners of the abave described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auctlonon Saturday, July
14, 1000, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
IT COSTS $10.00
per month to rent a wheel nnd for the sum of
$15.00 you can buy from us a second-hand bicyde,
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 small amount.
:: Call and get your pick before they are
E. 0. HALL
1776 - Hurrah for
Doy Building. Beretania St.. near Central Fire Station
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,
ZEtc . lEjtc.
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
At a discount of 2 per cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock and
expressly made for the I X L
P. O. Box 535
roostaotly - Oo - 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 AISS
500 pieces of White Linera
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 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 Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
4th July - 1900
S W. LEDERER.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts of the City :s
!s acre land and two cottages, Dowsett'n
6 actes land Nahlku, has good annual
15-year lease, Beretania street.
Centrally located Hotel, cheap.
Money to loan on approved security.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block