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W. H. RICb. Pres.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Wooden Fences !
On THURSDAY, July Stli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On Nuuanu street, near School street, 1
will sell, at public auction, by orJer of the
Board of Health, the entire fence surround
ing the Wler Robtrtson place.
On PKIDAY, .Inly (1th.
At 12 o'clo.U noon, I wl'l sell at public
auction, by nrJer of the BoarJ of Health,
the fence surroundlr g the old riote M.tules
on Hotel anJ Milliards streets; also the
fence surrounding the t-'ranz place on Hotel
and I'unchbjw I streets.
On SATURDAY, .Inly 7tli
At 10 o'clock a.m., I will sell at publk
auction, by o'i!er of the Hoard of Heilth,
tlie fenc surrounding the Chinese prem
ises on the corner ot W.tlkik! ruaj jnJ
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On FRIDAY, July 13th, 1900,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesr.om, 33 Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction by order of Mr. E.
R. Stackable, Collector of Customs, the
following list of Unpeimlttcd Stores re
maining In the Custom House up to
Jane 14th, 1000:
EX S. S. AUSTRALIA.
M. Hicks. Sept. 8, 1S9S C Dm
O. Hay Morgan, Nov. 23, 1S9S....1 Pkg
Diamond II, Jan. 18, 1899 1 Box
Pioneer News Co., Illlo, Jan. 18,
Joe Hogan, Feb. 15, 1899 1 Box
N. B. Douglass, Feb. 15, 1899.... 1 Box
H. Kampmclcr, Men. 15, 1899. ...1 Box
W. E. Brown, May 1, 1899 1 Box
D. &Co.. July 10, 1899 1 Box
Hon, Tropical Fruit Co., Aug. 2,
1894 1, lBox
N. M. (J. L. K S. F.), Aug. SO,
Diamond A, Oct. 25, 1899 1 Tub
Diamond K S K, Oct. 25, 1899.... 1 Tub
N. M Oct, 25, 1899 1 Crate Stove
Davcy Photo. Co., Oct. 25, 1899. ..1 Pkg
N. M., Nov. 22, 1899 2 Bxs
O. A. Steven. Illlo. Dec. 20, 1899.. 1 Pkg
O. A. Gonsalves, Jan. 17, 1900.... 1 Box
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co., Jan. 17,
O. B. Northrup, Jan. 17, 1900....1Caso
Hon. Photo. Supply Co., Jan. 17,
Diamond W, Hon., Jan. 17, 1900.. CDxs
C. A. K. Hopkins, Feb. 14, 1900. .1 Cnso
W. W. Blcrce, care T. H. D. & Co.,
Feb. 14, 1900 1 Crato
Miss May Kapalt, Feb. 14, 1900... 1 Box
Mrs. Jennie Miles, April 11, 1900. .1 Pkg
A. J. Williamson, Honokaa, May
9, 1900 lBox
A. H. Andrews & Co., May 9, 1900.5 Bxs
N. M May 9, 1900 1 Bale
Mrs. James Alama, May 9, 1900. ..1 Pkg
Manuel Sebastian, May 9, 1900.... 1 Pkg
EX S. S. ALAMEDA.
II. W. Schmidt & Sons, Jan. 5,
Mrs. P. De La Porte, Mch. 29,
jggj) ,,,.....,,, ..1 Pkg
Mrs. Wllh'eVm'Lanz,'s'e'pV.'3, "lSOXl Pkg
B. O. Clark (Com. of Agr.), Nov.
10,1899 3 Pkgs. Plants
Lovejoy & Co., Dec. 0, 1899 1 Pkg
Mrs. Frances Montrose, Feb. 28,
Diamond It. L. Co., Apr. 27, 1900. .1 Ubl
Hon. Iron Works, May 24, 1900... 1 Box
A. J, Williamson, Honokaa, May.
It, Vicars, May 24, 1900 1 Box
EX S. S. MOANA.
U. S. S. Bennington, Feb. 1, 18991 Box
W. O. I. & Co., Sept. 14, 1898 lBox
F. W. Beard8ley, Feb. 1, 1m9 1 Box
J. B., April 28, 1899 1 Box
George Groves, May 24, 1899 lPkg
Miss Edith Froora, Nov. 28, 1899.. 1 Pkg
A Vos Publico, Hilo. Nov. 28, '99.1 Pkg
Macfarlane & Co., Feb. 1, 1900... 1 Pkg
W. D. Alexander, Mch. 30, 1900... 1 Pkg
W. S. GaBsage, Apr. 25, 190 1 Box
Illlo Drug Co., Illlo, Apr. 25, 1900.1 Pkg
Excelsior Soda Works, Hilo, Apr.
25, 1900 lPKg
EX S. S. MA1UPOSA.
Stoddard Fltzpatrlck, Nov. 10, 98.1 Pkg
II. J. M Jon. 4, 1899 1 Pkg
P. M. Lucas, care M. & C, Feb. 1,
Wing Wo Chan, Mch. 3, 1899 1 Pkg
J. T. Waterhouse, Oct. 12, 1899... 1 Pkg
Hon. J. Hardy, Kauai, Jan. 4,
Clattdo M. Zellers, Spreckelsvllle,
Jan. 4, 1900 1 Pkg
A. G. B., 13I4C-13417, May 25,
1900 2 Cases
EX S. S. CITY OF PEKING.
J. D. Campbell, Mch. 8, 1899 1 Bax
T. G. Ballentyne, Mch. 8, 1899.. 1 Crate
Diamond S, May 13, 1900 1 Pkg
Circle K K, May 13, 1900 15 Tubs
EX S. S. COPTIC.
W. S. L., No. 25, Feb. 27, 1899... 1 Bale
J. Hopp, May 4, 1899 1 Box
Circle II, July 20, 1899 1 Box
N. M Nov. 25, 1899..,. 2 Bdls Seaweed
M, It, Nov. 25, 1899 1 Basket
N. M No. 30, Nov. 25, 1899 1 Box
EX S. S. RIO DE JANEIRO.
Dlomond K S K, April 27, 1899... 1 Tub
EX S. S. DORIC.
Diamond K S K, June 23, 1899.... 1 Tub
O. H. Barlow, June 23, 1899 1 Box
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
LIVE : : STOO ""
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
EX S. S. GAELIC.
N. M., Aug. 15, 1899 1 Box
Gonsalves & Co., May 31, 1899.... 1 Box
Benson, Smith & Co., Oct. 31, '99.1 Pkg
i Alexander & Baldwin, Dec. 22, 99.1 Pkg
' T. II. Davlcs & Co., Dec. 22, '99.1 Pkg
I L. S. Co., Panpalo, Dec. 22. 1899.. 1 Box
Diamond S K, Dec. 22, 1899 3 Bxs
IN. M Dec. 22, 1899 1 Iron Kettle
I EX S. S. CHINA.
'Diamond S K, Jan. 4, 1899 lTub
C. It, No. G, Jan. 4, 1899 1 Box
Lovejoy & Co., Jon. 4, 1899 1 Box
Horfsclilaegcr & Co., Jan. 4, 1899.1 Box
Hong ()uon, Jan. 8, 1900 1 Pkg
EX S. S. AMERICA MARU.
i A. II., Oct. 14, 1899 2 Bxs
Alexundcr & BaldwIn.Mny 4, '00.1 Pkg
EX S. S. HONGKONG MARU.
Diamond S K, Aug. 23, 1899 1 Sk
M. S. Grlnbaum & Co.. Jan. 1, '00.1 Pkg
W. E. Hero, May 28. 1900 1 Box
EX S. S. NIPPON MARU.
Yen Suen. Feb. 1, 1899 1 Box
N. M N. N., Feb. 1, 1899 2 Bxs
N. M.. No. 2. Feb. 1, 1899 1 Box
J. Evens, May 2, 1900 3 Pkgs
EX S. S. GARONNE.
J. M. Rlggs, Mch. 7, 1899 3 Bxs
EX S. S. BELGIAN KINO.
Shintora Ikcda, Aug. 15, 1899. ...1 Pkg
EX S. S. CARMARTHENSHIRE.
Diamond T K. Dec. 5, 1899 3 Tubs
N. M., Dec. 5. 1899 2 Bxs Tea
N. M., Dec. 5, 1899 1 Mots Wheat
EX S. S. BLOEMFONTEIN.
F. J. Church, Jan. 17, 1900
1 Sewing Machine
EX S. S. AORANGI.
J. N. S. Williams, Oct. 28, 1899... 1 Box
L. S. Co., Dec. 20, 1899 3 Bxs
D. D. Baldwin, Mch. 18, 1900. ...1 Box
N. M., Mny 9. 1900.. 1 Box Adv. Matter
Bulletin Publishing Co., June 9,
1900 1 Pkg Samples
EX S. S. WARRIMOO.
Bishop & Co., Jan. 22, 1899 1 Box
Diamond K O, Jan. 22, 1899 1 Tub
Levers & Cooke, July 7, 1899... 1 Pkg
N. S. Abbott, Dec. 24, 1899 1 Pkg
EX BARK ALBERT.
Diamond S K, Sept. 15, 1899.. 1 Sk Rico
EX SHIP GEORGE CURTIS.
L. S. Mathews, Oct. 19, 1899
1 Pkg Wheels
EX SHIP ST. FRANCIS.
N. M., Mch. 20, 1900.. 2 Wagon Springs
N. M Mch. 20, 1900 2 Bbls Cement
EX BARK EDWARD MAY.
A. It & Co., II A 14408, May 14,
EX BARKENTINE ARCHER.
Diamond S, May 23, 1900 1 Box
EX SCHR. MARY E. FOSTER.
A. Hockawald, Apr. 27, 1900. ..20 Bbls
FROM QUARAN i INE.
No Name, Nov. 1, 1899 1 Basket
No Name, Nov. 1, 1899 1 Demijohn
No Nome, Nov. 1. 1899. ..1 Bottle Pills
No Name, Dec, 5, 1899.1 Pkg Umbrellas
No Name, Dec. 6, 1899 1 Demijohn
.,o Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Pkg Locks
No Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Pkg Shots
No Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Revolver
No Name, Jan. , 1900 2 Baskets
No Name, May , 1900 1 Pkg Table
EX SCIlR. JESSIE MINOR.
Ex Mate Jessie Minor, Sept. 15,
1899 B Pkgs Personal Effects
EX S. S .CITY OF COLUMBIA.
II. Stadthagen, Sept, 10, 1898
1 Box Slot Machines
EX VESSEL UNKNOWN.
N. M., Date Unknown
1C Cases Japanese Beer
Jas. F. Morgan,
Notice Is hereby given that I wish not
be lesponsible for any debts contracted In
my name or otherwise by my wife Mrs.
Flint cr by any other person without my
Honolulu, H. I,, July 3, 1900, 1 57 jt j
A Quarterly Dividend will be paid to
the stockholders of Wllder's Steamship
iompany, l.io., ai ineir omce, on 1 nurs
day the jth Inst,
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, July 1st, icoo. iS73t3
ATTENTION CO. A.
A Armory Co. A, 1st Regiment,
Every member of this Company Is
nereDv ordered to report at tne unit snea
TOMORROW at 8:30 a. m. for parade,
ll members are reque-ted to be present.
Bv order of H. Kl.EMME,
1573M Capt. Commanding,
The Second Assessment of 15 per cent
on the Stock of the 'I errltory Stables Co,,
Ltd., will be due and payable on July 1 5,
1000, at the Office of G. Schuman, the
(S irned.i C. h. lit UK.
rERRITORY STABLES CO., LTD
ANNUAL : MEETING OF
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF
HAWAII, LTD., will be held at the office
of Bruce Ctrtwrlght, Merchant St., Hono
lulu, WEDNESDAY. Julv n, at 10
r'c'ock a. m. - E. M. BOYD,
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY
For iJJitlonil Shipping Nws set tevtntfi pifrt
a. m.la m p.sn
t.t)j t.si la. !l
9 )l 14 f.14
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9 IB. 3 4.oo
V IS I II J 54
1 S 10 )( 4 IS '"
1 Tl I S4 4 j8 14
1 oa m s 4? Ijl
0 I 011 6 IS 9 IS
First quarter of the moon on the 4th
at 1:41 p. 111.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur
about an hour earlier tbnn at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh. 30m
sloner than Greenwich time, being
that of the rucr Ian of 157 30. The
tlnio whistle r ws at 1:30 p. m
which is the umo as Greenwich Oh.
Monday, July 2.
Am. tern Mirla E. Smith, Smith, from
Tuesday, July 3.
Stmt Noeau Wyman, from Kauai.
Monday, July 2.
Stmr Kalulanl, Mitchell, for Lahalna,
Klhel, Mihukona, Hakalau, Honohina,
Honomu, Pepeekeu and Pjpalkou.
StmrClaudlne, McDonald, for Kahulul,
Nahlku, Hana. Klpahulu and Hilo.
Stmr Mokolll, Napeh,for Molokal ports.
aimr j. a. uummins, searie, tor Kooiau
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Hawaii ports.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, for Kauai.
Tuesday, July 3.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmtrson, for Laha
lna, Maalara, Kona and Kau.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
Gas schr Surprise, Townsend, for Lalw
Ina, Maken 1 and Kona ports.
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Hanamaulu
at 4 p. m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at 4 p. m.
Stmr Walaleale, Plltz, 'or Kllauea at 4
Smr W. G Hall. Thompson, for Nawl
llwlll, Koloa, Eleele and Hanapepe at 5
Stmr Kllauea Hou, McAllister, for K
Schr Golden Gate, for Lahalna at 5
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per stmr.
Mauna Loa, July 3. Father Matthias,
J. N. S. Williams, Fred Ahet, J. QrefU
well, Miss .ockett, Lucy Sharett, Win
nto Sharett. A. P. Boiler, C. S. Hollo
way, Miss Morgan, Master Morgan,
Miss .Marcos, Mrs. Fredenberg, W. C.
Aclil and wife, Miss Lena Rosewarreu,
W. C. Achl Jr., Lum Aclil, Julia Kupl
hen, Mrs. Mahelona and two daughters,
Mrs. F .T. Rlckerton, Spencer Blckcr
ton and servant, Mrs. McWuyne, R. Mc
Woyne, C. McWnync, Lawrence Robin
son, Allen Robinson, Mark Roblnsun,
Jr., Miss Maud Woods, Miss Lucy
Woods, Miss Kate Mclntyre, Mary
Ackcrmun, Mrs. Geo. Campbell, Mono.
Campbell, Geo. Campbell, J. P. Lino
and wif, Master Lino, Lul Lino, Abel
Lino, Miss Llzzlo Knhookano, Andrew
Smith, A. Hagencanip, J. D. ParU, Miss
Mabel Kinney, G. A. Davis, Mr. Hat
sen, J, P. DIas. Mrs. Koloa, Mrs. Koliali
and four children, A. Walkoloa, D. Mil
kalnal, C. Mossman, John Gaspar, Jji
Sllvn, John Sllva, William Clark, Geo.
Clark, Jr., John Clark, Yuen Chang,
Chong En, Etta Kauhauka.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. W. O.
Hall at 5 p. m. A. S .Wilcox, wife
and family, Miss C, Boyd, Miss Rebecca
Boyd, Miss G. A. Williams, Miss Lena
Williams, II. G. Spauldlng and wife,
John Spauldlng, Percy Deverlll, Miss
Dora Kruse, Mrs. Holdsworth, Miss
There Is a ship off Koko Head.
The Mauna Loa did not get away until
about 12 noon.
The Kllauea Hou sails for Kamalo and
Lahalna at 5 p. m. today.
The Australia It due from San Francisco
and the Mlowera from the Colonies tomor
The government dredger is on the ma
rine railway undergoing repairs after a
long spell of work.
The tern Mar'a E. Smith arrived last
evening from Port Gamble. She brings a
care 1 ol 500,000 leet of lumber for Lewers
& Cooke. She was 32 day on the voy
The Japanese was badly hurt while
loading supar aboard the I. P. Chapman
yesterday afternoon. One fellow hd his
jaw broken and several teeth knocked out
while th other had his scalp badly cut.
Pout Office Hour-K.
Y..1.. 4,1. l.nl l....l l.n1l.ln.. .l.n
j.i.jt u. ueiii, u ..-hi., iiuiiimj, urn
Honolulu Post OflU'O will be Oitn be-
... ... , ..
tween the hours of 10 n. m .and 11 a.
m. No registry or money order busi-
ness will be transacted.
The Evening Dulletln, 75 cent per
.'.'h - u.m - U' - w, , ..Jrvj,
W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
lrtSte''1 im ' " vtlt $i inttttii at
LViC timti s Una ont imitrtiomt at etntt itiM
iirn9itj' 19 ctnit ont vnt, 40 ttmtt two wta$,
anJ 60 ttntt ont monta. 7ti it ttt tbtttxit Wwr
Hunt tvtt offtrtJ lit tttpit af Hanointm.
PR RENT A comfortable- modem Cot art tntraN
ly located. J. II. Schnack, it Merchant street
COR RENT-THE COTTAGE on tht Hawaiian
1 Hoot ground known as the Gedge collate Is
0 itrw ior rcni. nrP'Y iiud aiaries lJTjwi
COR RENTSlx Nicely FURNISHED ROOl
1 t ronma tuitiM for llht hnuttltMnlnv. Innulra
446 Punchbowl suret. isti
PR RENT 8-room cottage. Punchbowl street, at
miderate rental, Address J. E. O., this office.
FOR RENT Furnished house, t rooms, Younejbe
tein Keeaumoku a d Pllkof strests. Apply to
this office. isTiMw
FOR RENT-A Urirt furnlslied house on Here
tanla avenue between Kaplolanl and Alapal St ,
Is lor rait fr a term of two or three months. Tor
particular i apply al No. 4t Heretama aveoue.
fO IFT-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
I ROOM at 6)? Dertanla s'reet, two doors town
side of Thomas square. tjfigwi
TO LFT-TUKNISHED ROOMS TO LET, suitable
for lljjht houkwpinp, also 1 room f rc-nt'e
man Good and cone lent location. Apply Gon
salves Phntograpn tiaHcry, Oeretanla St ij'UJfi
TO LET Te 9 room Modern House occupieJ by
Joseph G Pratt on Lu-iitlllostre t. between Ala
I al and kaplolanl will be for rent after July to. A
considerable amount ol house furnishings can b had
with the premlsts. Tor particulars applv at the retl
dence bteen 10 a m and a p. m.. or at the office of
Bruce Warlnft Co ijC8wi
FOR RENT Nicely Furnished Rooms centrally lo
cated, Apply at ji) Ueretinla st, near Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFICt. Apply to J. M. Monsarat,
1 No. 19 Merchant street. i,ntl
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson Apply to
im M. S.GRINnAUM& CO.
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let at a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at 1. I. S N.Co.'a office. Queen street 1464-tf
I OST-SALARY WARRANT NO. 8a. drawn by
L- the Auditor General In favor of Mrs. S. V
Heapy, for ftooo under date of August it. 189.
"Support of Public Schools Pay Roll " Cndors a
to Jonathan Shaw. Payment hat been stopped at
the Treasury Department, and al persons are warned
aralnst accepting same. S.D. MhAPY. ijtiwt
f DST WATCH on Fort near Queen St.. case num.
L- bernjtv't. Return to this office. Reward.
OST-TRIDUNE BICYCLE NO. 48.404. Finder
please return to this office and receive reward
1 5?ow t
LOST An enameled Knight of Pythias DADGE,
F, C. B. In black letters Finder please return
tame Blart, the Jeweler, on Fort street and receive
LOST A SMALL BOX containing a military but
ton hat-pin. Finder please return to this
lANTtD-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler of it
' years experience, u. uic 1 , 417 nuuinu si
llfANTED-YOUNG MAN for cashier's desk
V mmt nave knowledge ot typewriting, come well
recommended, and IU at home: also a young man
for for assistant In office, collecting and make him
slf iteneraily useful. Apply at office of Wall Nlcho t
company, uj. ijTi'tT
.OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Appply at Uulletln Office. tjN)tl
1ANTED To sell 40.00a Manila Clears at c.
VY each. M)rtle Cigar Store, nett to Orpheum.
CXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
- department. Whitney & Marsh. 1566
UANTED-A cony of MUNSON'S SHORT-
T HAND SYSTEM. Fleas bring to this office,
ANTED-FIVE MESSENGER BOYS it Ih.
Amtrlcin wtwngtr a.rvlc.
Wniii.1-n tuuii io.ii.i'uui u j. vi, iit
ln llh pattntt. for position at clerk Mutt
h.v. fair knowlcJK. of tookkffpliif . SUte l.Ury,
lllfTEh . Vn..M ll. !.. . .....a I, II..
ana .ajrc. I'. j oo Til. H4Q-
WANTED-THE CLUB BARBER SHOP tht
plic. where you on get a FINE SHAVE lor
itc. whit, barbert. lot Klnf street, opposte
weirnpoman weal .o. ijl'll
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
1 Oysters served In th. shell only Try his
ramous nam ana esc aanawicnes ana uone. i.or
Nuuanu and Hstel streets. DICK DALY Proprietor,
WANTED Men to know that they can ret shaved
by a whit, barber for ij cents at H.JEFFS,
oioH Fort street, opp. Club Stables iwo-tf
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mott
a Choice locatloi aijalnlnp ih. Maklkl villa of
non. n. r. uaiawin. Apply mrs. k. viaa.
A FINE bav drlvlne- horse (elcht vears otdl:
sound, kind and gentle. On vie at Carty s
stapi. Apply lo a. a. nuwrriKCTa. h&q.iw
COR SALE-ONE lleht serine dray, mult anl har
' ness; one heavy dray, mule and harness; will be
sold cheap. Apply to L. u. Thomas, cor, King and
amitn ais. iOfmi
COR SALE A JEHSfcY HULL ao months old from
4 best strain of W. G. Irwin's Imported Jerseys
also on young raj noistetn jersey cow in cair
vy i.c.111 fairy alum, inuii ui j, cfflnLi.u 11,
.17 King slreet. isjotf
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
a f-or bale, For Kent, r-or Lease.
soo Merchant St. Honolulu, H, I
St SALE OR EXCHANGE-CLUB BARBER
bllOH, King bt., easy terms. II. J tub
COR SALE..ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tire Phaeton, single harness. All first
class. Call or address J. W. Club Stables null
COR SALE $4500 Leas. If e-story business
property on l-on street .4 years to run. uround
nam aeo per annum. Bargain. nppiy o
906 Merchant street.
PR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
opposite L. H. Dee. Esq. Inquire ot (1. E.
PR SALE-S1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sis. 80x110. Apply to
No. io Fort street.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THh
r CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS i.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street, town side; superior
board and rooms; newly furnished terms moder
ate. Telerhone ioi. nt6tm
fO LET First-class Board and Rooms at the
I Aloha House on Fort street. i-jOT-m
TKCNCM AND OURMAN.
AN EDUCATED Kusslen Kcntletnan, recently ir
rlvea here, who hj twen lone In I rare anJ
Germany anJ knowi their Unpuapei thoroughly,
wlslms 1 1 Rive private lesions I ertni. ti rw lesions
per week, i- t month. Aiiress, A, O V. LaMmele
Villa, 614 Motfl ttrtet, near Punchbowl. nbtmt
NOTICE TO BUILDCRS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND I OR .SALE. itf
puDOLPH DUNCAN state, that he Is still In the
I " rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
OHice; Bethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
LT1 "uuu, a lHnl" r"'" '" w" '.t
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
t''&' v y-.Vfcjs.,'
Birds nit Wenther Prophets.
Birds are generally looked upon as
Rood weather prophets, and the follow
ing may ho taken ns n general Interpre
tation of their signs. If swallows fly
near the ground there will bo rainy or
windy weather. If chicks seek shelter
It will ho wet. If chickens and other
fowls pick their feathers the weather
will ho cloudy and damp, If during Be
ere frosts roosters crow early, the
thermometer will rise. When ducks
fontho nnd quack there will he rnln.
When they are quiet thcro will be rt
thunderstorm. If n cot scratches for n
warm place the weather will be colder.
If It scratches a door, table or other
object with Its claws, there will he
windy and snowy wenther. London
Tho distinction "Trlbuno Blue" Is tho
standard finish of all models of tho
The annual meeting of the Teachers'
Association of Hawaii will be held at the
Hleh School In Honolulu on the aftirnnnnt
of Monday and Tuesday, July 16 and 17,
beginning at 2 o'ciock.
All teachers, school agents, and others
Interested In educational matters, are in
Vlted to attend. T. H. GIBSON,
I573t3 , President.
IT COSTS $10.00
per month to rent a wheel and for the sum of
$1?.OOyou 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 small amount.
:: Call and get
E. 0. HALL
foustaiitly - On -
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 MISS
500 pieces of White Linen
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 shipment of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import Co
FoptSt. Progress Block
Notice Is hereby given that
Chang Tin lias sold his entire Inter
est in the Look Hop Co. to the
firm of Tong Kee & Co. He has
severed alt connection with the
aforesaid company and is not re
sponsible for any debts or obliga
I lions of the company. The lirm
(of Tong Kee & Co. have assumed
Ifltl rncnnncihillt t nf tit.. I nnU Un.
-if vj,ui,iy jt mv. i,uun IIUJ'
Co. CHANG TIN,
Honolulu, July 3, 1900.
Th anthn-ltt, nf W ft AcM.. f a .Im.
our firm name per procur-tlon has been re-
voKea, ne naving reureu rrom ourempny.
Commencing July 1st, 19:0, Mr. J,
Harris Mackenzie will be authorized to
sign for us per pro uratlon.
BISHOP & COMPANY
POWER OF ATTORNEY
Notice Is hereiy given that FRANK
SCOTT Is authorized by power of at
torney to coll ct and receipt for all demands
whUsoever due to me trom the estate of
C. H. Bertelman.
SUSAN b. KAHILINA,
H7jt3 (formerly Bertelman.)
your pick before they are
& SON. Ltd.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER:
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris ot the City :s '
acre land and two cottages, Dowsett'n
6 acres land Nahlku, has good annua
if-year lease, Berttanla street.
Centrally located Hotel, cheap.
Money to loan on approved security.
Corner King and Bethel streets.