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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 7. 1900.
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Fine lot Jo? imported Jersey and Holstein Milch Cows for
sale, to arrive on ''Rosamond" now overdue.
IV. H. RICK, Pres.
CO., LTD., PROPS.
W. S. WITHERS, M&v
11 83 Queen Street
Household - Furniture
AND DRY GOODS
TUESDAY, July 10th,
AT l O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salercom, j) Queen street, I will
srll at Public Auction a large lot of House
hold F mlture,Stoes.Cliairs, Dry GooJs,
Clothing, Hlankets Lanterns, Etc., Etc.
On TUESDAY, July 10' h,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 3 Queen street, 1 will
nil at Public Anctlcn (or account of whom
It may concern, 1 500 bags, more or less, of
Drifted Snow flour In good condition.
This Is an opportunity tor buyers to Ret
a supply of good flour cheap.
HAWAIIAN ART PUBLISHING
Kreil J. llclire, who his conio tr 11(.
nolnlu to cstabllHh with l'liotoRtmihcr
.!. J. Williams the Hawaiian Art Pub
lishing Company, is ono of tho best
known and highly recommended lie
printers on the western coast. The
work for which Mr. llehrc becimo most
widely known was dono during hU
resldcnco In I.os Angeles where ho ion
ducted one of the largest nnd best
equipped nrt publishing establish
ments of the west.
Nearly all the souvenir and mhcrtfc
tng matter turned out In Southern Cali
fornia was done under Mr. Ilehro'a di
rection. Some of his most notable wii'k
was done for the World's l'alr exhibit
In the way of relief maps, nnd photo
gruuires of the beauties of the South
land. More recently Mr. llehrc lm
been with the Villon Kngrnvlng ra. of
San l'ranclsio, haxlng been acting
mnnager during the een motilhs' lib
sence of Mr. Ctane.
The object of the Hawaiian Art Full
llchlug Co. Is to produce nnyth'lig In
the art printing line that can li. tumid
nn where In the I'nlted States, mid Mr.
llehrc and .Mr. Williams have the nun
and material to do It with This will
prexont the necessity of local business
houses sending their orders to tile
Coast for bill heads, etc . as bni ben
the 1 ustoni for many years past when
special designs me desired. Mr. Heine
has himself handled u large amoiin. of
the work sent out of the Island by
local llrnis, hence Is well acquainted
with what Is wanted. The plmt hoon
to be established will handle half lone
nnd photo engrnWng. It Is also tho
intention to make n specialty of the
thrte color work, and Mr. llehro has a
process of Ills own for prlntln,; fiom
Bteel plate engraving that gives bplen
dld results nnd has become y pop
ular on the Coast. All classes of news
paper Illustration will be handled ,nnd
general commercial work, InbeU, cm
bossed cards and calendars, fine class
maps nnd general poster lithographs.
In fact with the plant soon to be estab
lished there will be nothing !n the art
printing line that cannot be done in
Honolulu and on short notice.
HIPPINf INTFI.I (GEHOE
NINTH INFANTRY AT 8EA.
Washington, June 28. Tho War De
partment received the following un
dated cablegram from General Mac-
Arthur this morning:
"Adjutant General, Washington:
Transport left Manila, 8:30 morning,
June 27th, with Colonel I.lscum in com
mand, thirty-nine omcers, 1271 men.
Quartermaster General Ludlngton re
ceived a 'cable message today f 10111 Col.
Miller, quartermaster nt Manila, say
ing that the transport i'ort Albert,
which accompanies the I.ognn to Taku,
carried nineteen wagons, four ambu
lances and one delivery wn;on, with
four mules for each vehicle nnd forage
for thirty days. This cargo comprised
the prlnlcpal outfit of the Ninth Infan
try nnd Is expected to bo delivered at
Taku a few hours after the arrival of
the troops on tho Logan .
Te rltory of Hawaii.
The Governor directs that notice be
jlven that he has reappointed
Mrs. Alice Clark Jordan and Mr. Heln'
.rich Martins Von Holt,
Commissioners of Public Instruction.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Executive Building, Honolulu, July 6,
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hule by
Hawaiian News Co.,
The performance of "Aristocracy '
by the James Nelll Company last night
was one of tho best, If not tho very
best this excellent company has given
us. i:cry one In the cast gave supcib
renditions of their respective roles.
Tho costumes of tho ladles were rich
nnd the scenery elaborate. No fault
can be found with this excellent com
pany In any respect so far.
The "Amazons" will ho the bill for
At the Ornheum.
Tonight will bo the last opportunity
to see the Southwell Opera Co.. The
performance of "131 Capltan" by this
company Is tho best of tho 3001I bills
tho company has given nnd well worth
seeing. Without a doubt "131 Capltan"
will never be seen ngaln In Honolulu,
by any company and this opportunity
should bo tnken advantage of.
The company positively leaves by
tho Australia for the Malnlju 1 Tues
day und the Orpheum will be closed
Weather Hurenu, I'unahoti, July 7.
Temperature Mornln.j minimum,
, Midday maximum, &5.
Ilaromcter at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity nt 'J n. m. 62 per cent.
Dlnmond ile.nl sigr.nl Sullon. .inly .
Weather cloudy; wind fresh E.
Friday, July 6.
O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from San
Saturday, July 7.
C.-A. S. S Wartlmoo. Phillies, from
Vancouver and Victoria.
Am. chr. Rosamond, Ward, from ban
Am. bit. Ceylon, Wilier, from Laysan
Stmr Claudlne. McDonald, from Hllo
and way jiorls: jfio bag pottces subags
com. 104 fags t.iro and y "g.
Stmr MoUnlll, N.ipch, from Molokal.
Stmr lw.1l.1nl, Gregory, from Kukulha
cles 4720 bags sugar.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman,, from Hllo and
btmr Mlkahala, PeJeren, from Nawlli
will; 4950 bags sugar to Alexander & Hald
win. Stmr NIII1.1U, Thompson, from ;
5200 bags sugar to C. Brew er & Co.
S'mr Keauliou, Mosner, from Manama-
ulu; 3070 bags -ug.ir.
Friday, July 6.
Stmr Noeau. Wvman. for Eleele and
Saturday, July 7.
C.-A. S. S. Wartlmoo, Phillips, for the
O. & O. S. S. Doric. Smith, for China
From Nawlllwlll, per stmr. Mlkahala,
July 7. Mrs. Gouvea, Mr. Pua and 10 on
From Kukulhacle, per stmr. IwaUnl,
July 7.Mlss Kate Horner, Alex. Lindsay,
Jr., J. B. Rlckard, H. Louissonand 21 on
Fr. m Anahola, per stmr. Nllhau, July?.
Miss Anna Thronas, Miss F. Mc I Igh, G.
P. L-urence.Geo. E. Falrchlld, Geo. H.
Falrchlld and 14 on deck.
From San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S.
Doric, July 6.-H. P. Baldwin, Dr. J D.
Jones. Through: Miss M. J. Barrows,
Sahaf Bashl, Mrs. Sahif Bashl, Mrs. H.
K. Bowie, 5. W. Cowles. S. P. Ureen
stone, Mrs. S. P. Greenstone, Miss M.
S. Hampton, Miss Hojl, C. V Judson. C
H. Junker. MI'S Grace W. Learned. Wal
ter Magee, Mrs Walter Magee, Victor
Marsh, M. O. Anderson, Y. Sasaki, Mrs.
W. B. Gllllneham. A. F. Brown. John
Carroll, C. A. Davis, Capt. J. (j. Green,
H. v. B. Harris, P. A. Hesler, V. b. Jack
son, H. N. Mlckle C. H. Miller, G. W.
Van Brunt. Mrs. F. H. Willis.
From Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Claudlne. Julv 7. F. M. Hatch, wife and
daughter, C. Bolte Dr. C. L. Garvin,
Mrs lalor. Miss Steele, h. rogue. W
W Rlcker, Mr. Sereubeck, wile and
daughter, Go. A. Dalrs, A. Smyth, Ro
bert Moore, C. H. Ltwyer, W. G. Zoller,
Wm. Palkull, F. J. Wheeler, wife, three
children and servant, A. H. Moore, G. E.
H. Baker, Geo. Kekua, Master L. .McLean,
Miss M. de Souza, Miss Ogllvle, Miss C.
de Lima, M. Manning, wife and three
.hilJren, W. S. Akana. Hee Hln, F. E.
Dickey. E. Klllu, Rev. S. Kapu. A. de
Souza. E. Kealoha, J. McDonald, A. Kaha-
lekaulla, the Misses Chamberlain, Miss
L. Pupuhl, Bro. Frank, Br.-. Morris, Bro.
Theodore, B. K. Kalwlaea and wife, Miss
P. Keke a. W. F. Pocue. E.Snvder.G. H.
Baldwin, E. S. Capellas, C W. Baldwin,
E. W. Russell. S. Kelllrae. Father James.
f. McTlehe. R. W. Filler. Mamie Gomes
Anjo, W. I-. Young and wile, b. Heapy,
1...I-. II f.ttt A Hrnllnln. Mice I
juukc naiiauieiiu. n. hhihuiim, i,im t.
K. Halll, H. A. Heen, A. P. Holler, Mr.
Holloway ana 7 on deck.
IftgSk'r. I" tbtt ttlvmn wilt h inttrttA nt
thE If ttnlt m tint ont tnttrttcn; ) ttntt two
tnstiittin; to rff.fi e-iu tv't, 40 ttntt two uttkt,
tnj 60 ttntt oft mo.fff. 7ffil it tht tttattit .ivffp-
Hllftf fWf cfftflJ tti ptoptt tl Hbnalulu.
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
g&ta FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH g8?f
YOUR CHOICE 540.00
CAURIACiC wnjJworVff at th HawalUn Can le
Mjfr C2Mpun St fiJ?lL
WANTED A GOOD conJ hand urrtv for a
KonJ hinJ horf St Abies ihiiw
WANTED-A POSITION as clerk orilman.9
years errlnce In the rroccry tuslnes, office
work and wlnJow dreMng Srk nj writ! Ian
RUii-f rirstclasitefrrfnccs.Marrldman. Addrest
J, II. M this office itiiwi
WANTFD-WATCHESto repair by Jeweltr M 19
years experience. G.DIhIZ, 4itNuuinuSt
WANTED-YOUNG MAN for caller's desk
must nave knowledge of typewriting, come well
recornmrnded, and livfj at h-rne: alo a )uungman
for for asslttant In office, collecting and make him
self generally useful. Apply at office of Watt N'cho
Company Ltd tjTI'tf
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGC for clean Cot
ton Racs, Appply at Uulletln Office is9tf
WANTED-To sill 401x0 Manila Clgus at 5c.
each M)ttle Cigar Store, rteil to Orheum
EXPEKIENCrD DEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
depanmnt Whitney & Marsh 15&6
WANTED-THE ClUB IIARPfcR 5 HOP the
rlace where you can get a IINE SIlAVCfor
itC White barbers. 101 Klntr sret. nrtt, t
Metropolitan Meit Co istatf
-THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served In the vhell only Try his
famous Ham and tgg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and itt streets. DICK DALY. Proprietor
E. 0. HALL & SON. Ltd,
Bargains in Furniture
AT THE I. X. L,
WANTED Men to know that they can ret shaved
by a white barber for 1$ cents at H.JbN-S,
l.qXt Fort street, opp Club Stables 1 tog-If
COR RENT-Slx Nicely IURNISHED ROOM
roims suitable for light housekeeping Inquire
446 Punchbowl street.
A MODERN six -roomed cot'age; posi
July Tth Apply at residence of II.
Genesee. Heretanla St
THE prcmlsesof Mrs A Rosa, on Klnr S'., ntar
Walklkl switch, tinturnktied, possession at once:
low terms. Apply to John F. Colt-urn. MM'tf
COR RENT AcomnrfaM mnJFnCot'aperntral
ly located, J, H. Schnack. at Merchant street
COR RENT THE COTTAGE on the Hawaiian
1 Howl grounds known as the Gedge cottage Is
Apply at Club stables MM
COR RENT-Slx Nicely FURNISHED ROOMS"
l a rooms suitable for light housekeeping, Injulre
4 16 Puncnfrw' nrt. mtiw 1
COR RENT 8-room cottage. Punchbowl street, at
i moderate rralal Address J. E. U , this omce.
FOR RENT Furnished house, 1 rooms, Younglbt
tween Keeaumoku and Pllkol stresti. Apply to
this office. M7s-tw
COR RENT-A largt furnished boust on Here
tan a avenue retween Kao oiani an. Aiarai Ms
25 per cent cheaper 5
Than in any other store in the
Is for rent tot a term of two or three monihs.
particulars apply at No. 54 Beretama avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely Furnished Rooms centrally lo
cated. Apply at SM Beretanla St. near Punchbowl
COR RENT OFFICfc.
r So. 19 Merchant street.
Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr, T. H. Gibson Apply to
m. a. -KinuAUAiet lu,
TO LET-Tha residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished.
Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN fcNA
at I t. S N. Co.'a office. Queen street. u6-tf
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
L. will receive a liberal reward at this office, tn
I OST-Ped and Yellow FEATHER LEI. between
L depot and tikhmarket. Ftnde' will please rtturn-
same to tnis omce anj receive rewar. 1 jtth
1 OST TWO PAIRS of Or era Classes on Kinir
L streetcar leaving Kamctiameha terminal at 7 n
p.m. Under will rectlvt reward by returning same
to mis omce tqwi
BERETANLA STREET, NEAR FIRE STATION.
8. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
New Shipment? Every Month.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER:
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts 0! the City :
16-year lease, King St.. centra.
20-year lease ihe, Jijxico, Kew.ilo.
Beautiful Home, Puiahou, hi car linn
4 lot, Kapahulu Ro.d, fenced, a bar
ealn. Lot 60x120, Wllcor. tract. King St.
House and Lot, KIdk St., near town.,
Comer King and Bethel streets.
COK SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mot
Choice loc.tloi J)lnfn? the .Maklk
Apply Mrs. K. Vila.
hole, locatloi .Jlllnlnc th. AUklkl villa ol
Hon. II P. uauln.
I 571 'Wl
COR SALE ONE llehl irrlnir dray, mult an J hit-
r neit: on. heavy dray, mule anJ harneaa: will te
1. iir.vjr ui)r. niuiv iij
Apply 10 b, u. Thomat,
Cor. Klngr and
For Ka-ial, pc stmr Noeau, July 6.
Walter AtcBryde. diaries Uay, Mrs. C.
H. Bishop, Mrs. De la Vergne.
Hufjnr on llnwiill.
The Klnau reports as folluws In rec.ird
to sugar on Hawaii: WaUkea, 800; H I'.
S M. i?oo; Wlnal(u, 11,000. I'ap.illou,
11,000; t'epeekeo, 6000; Honorau, 15,000;
Hjkalau. 20.000: Launahoehoe. none: Go-
kala, none; KuUalau, 4000; I'aauhou, 1000;
MonoKaa, 4000; MiKiutiaele, none; tionu
apo, none; Punaluu, none. Total of 9),
Pioneer Hill Co., Ltd.
Shareholders are hereby notified that the
new Issue of stock of this Company Is now
ready for delivery and will be delinquent
July 16, 1900. H. A. ISENBEHG,
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, s III be
sold at the dale Hereunder named, nccom
lug to law:
Julv, 1000. 1 white horse branded f?
on left hlhd leg.
July 5, loco, 1 roan horse branded on
right hind leg TK; one right hind foot
white and the rest black; white spots on
the forehead an J iiom
All owners of the above described anl
mals are hereby notified that I will e I
them at public auctlonon Saturday, July
21, 1000, at urn,, If not called for before
Illil uaic, N, Mihucnci
ITOIt SALE A JERStY DULL o month! old (torn
r best strain of W. O Irwin a Imported Jeraiya
also one young erade Holstein Jersey cow In calf
ty Leahl Ualry Mock.
M Ktng street.
Inquire of J. EMMELUTH.
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
i- For Sale, 1-or Kent, l-ot Lease
.06 Msrchant St.
Honolulu. H I.
Fine Job 1'rlntlng at
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
There will be a Special Mteting of the
stockholders of the Maunalel Suirar Co..
Ltd,, at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
at it o'clock a. m. IUKSUAT, Aug 7111,
1000. for the purpose of amending Bv
Laws. C. U.GRAY,
Sec. M.iunalel Sugar Co,, Ltd.
Honolulu, July 7, 1900, 15771m
ORPHEUM CO., LTD.
leanest of live directors as
rovlded In the Ilve-L.ms. .1 Special Meet
ing ot the stockholders ot the Orpheum
Co.. Ltd . lll be held on WEDNESDAY
Julv 11, 1900, at 1 n. in. at the otlice of
M. I'. Kobins'in, fc l-ort street, llono
lulu, for the fol owing objects:
lo amend the me Laws,
'I o till any vacancies among the officers
or directors, and
To transact any other business which
may be brought before the meeting.
A full attendance Is reuuestej, litis!
Al.hX. ST. M. MACKINTOSH,
1577(3 Acting Secretary,
The Ottlllle Fjord arrived In San Fran
Cisco June 28, 23 days from Kahulul.
The Khiau brought the following eargo:
715 bags potatoes, 9) Dags corn, 5 Horses,
16 hogs and 21 hides.
The Warrhnoo brought 25', tons of
cpner.il merchandise for 1". H. Dav es cV
Co. She came hi at 12:30 o'clock this
'1 he ship Fort George arrl vei In San Fran1
dsco from this port on June 29. 1 he pas
sage was made In 23 days I he s-clioimcr
Olga from Kahulul arrived the same day.
bhe made trip in 19 days.
Captain Campbell, Captain Clark of W.
G. Irwin & Co. and Captain Goodwin of
the Dlrlgo. have been appointed a court to
make Inquiry Into the damage done the
new navy wharf by a transport lately.
'I he IwaUnl reports as follows on Ha
makua f ugar matters: 3000 bags of sugar
left at H. S. Co. Grinding has not yet
been lesumed. Work w III commence Mon
day., Cleaned out P. S, M. Grinding has
ceased at that place tor a week or two.
The Doric arrived In port early last eve
nlnir after a aulck trip from San Francisco
She brought two passengers for this port.
The Doric s runs during tlie voyage were
as follows: To noon July 1,284 knots;
July 2, 349; July , 34o; July 4. 343; July
5, 340; July 6, 341; to port, 90. lotal,
1 he gangway of the Doric got stuck as
the steamer was hauling away from the
Pacilic Mail wharf this aftemouii and the
unule thing went Into rhe water. The
native dock hands might hive been able
to pull the gangway ashore had they been
so mlnJed but it is supposed they preferred
a good laugh.
The b.trk Ceylon arrived from Laysan
Island this morning with a cargo of 1000
tons guano for hackfeld it Co. She
brought as passengers Captain Spencer
and wife with eleven Japanese. Captain
Spencer manage J the business for 11. Hack
frld & Co. until the Ml Near arrived with
the new manager and luni.
The new schooner Uutamnnd arrived In
port this morning,!,)1 j days from San
Frauclscii wllh full c.trguof 2000 tons of
general merchandise consigned to I'. II,
Davlcs iV Co. and a full deck load of Co
head mules and horses, lIi ilce. cows, pigs
and sheep. Captain Ward Is huommand.
The Rosamond Is at the Irmgard wharf,
SALE OR EXCHANOE-CLUtl 11ARUER
T SHOP, Klnc St , easy terms. II JEFIS,
COM SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAUE HORSE
t Rubber tire Phaeton, single harness All first
class. Call or address J. w CI
Jub Stables i)iatf
FOR SALE-$4S Lease of t-story
orooertv on Fort street s4 years to run,
Rent $80 per annum. bareafn. Apply
at Merchant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Youn
OCDOI.U L. II. Pet, Lid
sr M .
Inqulrt of ii. E
LOTInbtfct portion of Kallhl
No. 110 t-ort ttrttl.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THfc
CITY. UyJ. m. VIVAi.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE- BALMORAL. Yountr ttrtet. loun tide, kuperior
Ntari and rooms: newly (urnlMieJ term moJer-
4l Trlrphonc Eot,
TO LET FIth-cUu Doird jind Rooms at trie
Aloha Houia on J-ort strett. nwmi
FRUNCH AMI OUKMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian Ent'eman. recently ar
rived here, ho has been lonir In Irarct and
Germany and know their lanj.'uaes thoroughly,
wishes t Ctve private lessons I ennt, tr re leisont
per week, Ji- a month Address, A. O V La W I me la
Villa. 614 lloivl stnet. near Punchbowl. nfctmi
NOTICE TO DUILDERS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND I OR SALE. ij4II
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that ho Is stilt In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Othc, Uethel street In H. R Hltchccck's law
Puciiio TransilT Co,
37 Kintr St., next o Hklley i Cclery
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 MOT MISS
500 pieces of White Linens
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
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,
Express Wagons, Drays,
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunks, Turnlture ani Sales Carefully HanJIeJ
TELEPHONE fv8. hit
The Evening Uullctio, 7B cent per
Fort St Progrcee.