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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1900.
Fine lot ot imported Jersey and Holstein
sale, to arrive on "Rosamond" now overdue.
W. H. RICK, Prcs.
11 S3 Queen Street
ON FRIDAY, JULY 20TH.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 3j Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction the unpermitted
stores from the Custom House, as orlcln-
ally advertised to take place on Friday,
July 13th, at tne same Hour ana place.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu,
Honolulu, July 10, 1900.
The followfne appointments have been
made In the Judiciary Department of the
Territory of Hawaii:
Henry Smith Clerk of the Judiciary
George Lucas, James A. Thompson and
and P. D. Kellett, Jr., respectively, as
First, Second and Third Deputy Clerks of
the' Judiciary Department for the .First
Holders of water privileges, or tboie
paring water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to $ o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior,
Honolulu, June 14, 18J9.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
WEST OF NUUANU STREET AND
GENERALLY KNOWN AS THE
The Superintendent of the Public Works
htrebv gives notice to all persons, property
owners, In that portlor. of the city west of
Nuuanu street and more generally known
as the BURNED DISTRICT that he Is.
desirous of meeting all such Interested
parties at his office, Executive Building, on
Wednesday, July 18, 1000 at 1:30 P m.,for
the purpose of considering proposed Im
provements, alterations, and opening up of
streets In said District.
Proposed new streets are as follows:
To extend Smith street from King to
To extend Smith street from Beretanla
to Vineyard street.
To extend Maunakea street from Bere
tanla to Vineyard street.
To extend Kekaullke street from Hotel
street to Beretanla street.
Plan of said proposed changes will be
presented for Inspection,
JOHN A. MCCANDLESS.
Public Works Office, Honolulu, July 11.
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
Contract to Supply
Board of Health
Following Is n list of the successful
bidders for supplies to the Leper Set
tlement, tho Iniuinu Asylum, etc., to
December 31, 1900, with articles anil
ALLEN & UOU1NSON.
For the Settlement:
Lumber, N. W. Rough, per M., $20.30.
Lumber, T & 0, 1x0, N, W per M,
Lumber, surfaced It. W., per M, $35.
23. Shingles, It. V per II, $3.
Hattens, 11. ., ',4x3, per M, $13.
Fence posts, It. , each $0.19.
llolled oil, Hubbuck's den. 5 gnl.
White lead, Hubbuck's Cleti. pw lb,
Coal in sacks, Departure liny, short
The same linn, for Insane Asylum
supplies, iolen the contract for coal
at $13.25 long ton.
II. i:. I'AXTON.
For the Settlement:
Doors, 2xGxG, Hi In., each, $1.S5.
Window sash, 10x12, per pair, $l.Ci,
PACIFIC IIARDWARi: CO.
For tlio Settlement:
Iron cut nails, lOd basis, per icg
Galvanized nails, 3d, per keg, $5.50:
Turpentine, per gal., "5c.
Matches, Doston long card, per gr.,
Kcroscno oil In 25 and CO case tots,
CALIFORNIA TOED CO.
For tho Settlement: Lime, per bbl..
For Insano Asylum: Flour, Crown,
per bbl., $3.85.
T. II. DAVIES & CO.
For tho Settlement: Cement. White
Charcoal, guarn, tier bag, C5c.
Flour, Oolden Gate, $1.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
For tho Settlement: Roofing, Iron,
galv., per lb, 6'4c
linking Powder, Royal, 4 oz. tins,
Condensed milk, Rose, per case, $1.10.
Drown soap, per case, $3.24.
Coarse salt, per ton, $5.
LEWIS & CO.
For tho Settlement: Condensed
milk, per case, $5.76.
Salmon, best red, per bbl., $10.
For Insane Asylum supplies:
Deans, bayo, per lb, 4 c.
Uaklng powder, Royal, 8 oz tins,, do:.
Coffee, green Konn, per lb., 13c.
Onions, per lb, 2 Vic .
Pork, extra clear, Ubbl., $10.
Salmon, best red, bbl., $10.59.
Ten, Chlnn Pouchong, III., 12c.
Tomatoes canned, doz., 95c.
UNION FEED CO.
For tho Settlement:
Ilran, wheat, ton, $19.
For Uoard of Health stables, Hono
Hay, bales, wheat or oat, ton --.
Oats, ton, $31.
Ilran, wheat, ton, $19.
WASHINGTON MERCANTILE CO.
For the Settlement:
Coffee, green Kana, lb, 12V4c
Sugar, raw. No. 1, 1000 lb., $1.15.
Brooms, steamboat or mill, doz., $3.
Sygar, raw No. 1, 100 lb., $1.15.
J. A. HOPPER.
For tho Settlement: Hawaiian No. 1
rice, 100 Iti bag, $4.90.
For ABylum: Tho same article, $5.
For tho Settlement: Bread, medium,
For the Asylum: Dread, fresh 1 lb
loaf, 3c.; medium, lb., 4c.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
Purchases hides, green, in good con
dition, at 5c a lb. 1
Supplies the Asylum: Reef, fore
quarter, etc., lb., 10c; beet steak, loin,
EpHklne M. Phelps.
Captain Graham of the Ersklne M.
Phelps Intends to ship the remainder of his
crew himself but he does nrt Intend to pay
the men "bv the run." He does not Intl
clpate any trouble as a large number of
sailors have already applied to him. Cap
tain Graham states further that he did not
make the statement pub shed n the Ad
vertiser that Lewis & Turk Inveigled his
men sway from the ship. He was careful
to say "some unknown person or persons."
Lodge Le Progrea de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A & A. S. RITE.
There will be a sneclal meetlne of Lode
Le Progres de L'Oceanie, No. 124, A. &
A. S It., at Its hall. Mason c renin e.
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, at
VYUKK IN SBIAJNU UfcUKfcU.
Members of Hawaiian Lodn No. 21 and
Pacific Lodce No 822 and all solournlni
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
ny order 01 me vy. m.
c. u. i-kicl,
For additional Shipping Ntw. saa seventh page.
'Weather Bureau, Punnbou, July13r
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 84.
Daromctcr nt 9 n. .ra.. 29.97. Irregular
Dew Point 07 F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 04 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
13. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Thursday, July 12.
Am.' sclir. Luzon, Anderson, 20 davs
from Gray' Hirbor; 745,000 ft. lumber to
Lewers & Cooke.
Fjldav, Julv n.
Stmr Mlkahala. Pederen, from Koloa;
wo ones tigar to H. Htckfeld & Co ,
Ltd . 56 him and 20 Wl. bide.
Stmr Walnleale, Pllt. from Kllauea;
1442 bags suc-r tn W r, Irwin & Co.
Thurdav. Julv 12.
tmr. Nllh.iu. Thompson, for Anahnla.
Oas vhr. E'Mpe, Henningwi. for Ele
ele. Hanilel, Kekaha and Walmea.
Am. bkt Katie Flkklnger, Alonson, for
the Sound, In ballast.
Frldav, luly 11.
Stmr Matina Lna. Imerson, for Laha
Ina, M.i'.v.i. Knna and Knit.
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON
Ga schr Surprise, Townsend, for Laha
lna. Maken ' and Knna port nt 4 p. m.
Stmr Maul. P.irker, for Eleele, Kauai,
with machlnerv. at !.p. 111.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
Kona port at 4:30 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Kllauea Hou. McAllister, for Laha
Ina and Maunalel at 4 p. m.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Kaanapall at 4
Schr Golden Gate, for Kaunakakal at 4
From Koloa. per smr. Mlkahala, July
n. Mr. McGlnnls, G. Cooper and 9 on
From Kllauea, per stmr. Wslaleale. July
13. J. Bush and son. R. J. Smltl, George
Toombs, H. Beermmn. Miss S. Brermann,
Dr. and Mrs. French and child and Dr. W
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr.
Mauna Loa, July 13. Joseph K. Aea, A.
P. Kaulukou. C. M. Walton, wife and son.
James Roloh and wife, Mr. J. Tunslev,
Mrs. R. M. Overend, A. ?. Cleghorn,
John McCandless, Sister Benedictine,
Annie Lopa, Belinda Jame aim boy. Kev,
J. H. van Detrlln. A. G. Dickens. A. P,
Bollere. C. S. Hollow ay, Mrs. James
Cornwell and child, Julia Mohoa, Mrs.
Atcherlev and child, Emily, Naopala, Miss
Carrie Green, Miss Alice Green, Miss
nnoua ureen, miss a. m. fans. Mrs. u
P. Mulvaney, Mrs. M. C. Alcblch, Helen
Aldrlrh, Swlnton Aldrlch, Bernlce Aldrlch,
wiiuam ieoa, ixorman Auncn, Airs, w,
Koeppe, Winnie Sharratt, Miss Alice
Smith, Miss Saxton, Miss G.S. Patterson,
Lucy Sharratr, M. F. Scott, Ceo Bally
inu wire. w. a. AKana, ueo. ri. Kobe-t1
son. J. McChesnev. A. Marcelllno. J. J.
Newton, A. W. Carter, Judge Hartwell,
w. a. cuings, k. Wallace, w. K. Azblll,
Mr. Llndgren. L. Walau, W. A. Wall, K.
F. Brown, W. Ahee. Afong Aheen and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes.
Kauai steamers report 32,273 bags sugar
on the Garden Isle.
The Kllauea Hou sails for Lahalna and
Maunalel tomorrow afternoon.
Kauil steamers resort nlentv rain all
oyer the Garden Isle.
The Diamond Head has hanled along
side Brewer's wharf to discharge.
The Balnbrldge Is discharging at Allen
& Robinson's lumber yard.
The chooner James Rolf sails for San
Francisco this afternoon with 1 cargo of
I he ship A. J. Hones, the finest vessel In
the harbor, sails for New York tomorrow
wltn a lull cargo or sugar.
Trlnnlc Lltenipy Club.
Tho Trlanglo Literary Club gavo a
very oujoyuhlo entertainment In tho
V. M. C. A. hull last evening. Tho pro
gram was as follows:
I'luno Solo J. E. Davis
Hssay "What Iron Has Dono for
Civilization" John Lennox
Mandolin and guitar J. i:. OavIs
and A. U. Wallace..
"A Olanco at tho Rubalyat of Omar
Khayyam" Ed. Towso
"Perseverance". . T. McCants Stewart
Heading "Lord Cllve"..M. T. Uluxom
Piano Solo J. B. Davis
Judge Hnrtwcll, A. W. Carter, Oco.
II. Hobertson ano W. Ltndgten loft for
Kaunakakal In tho Mauna Loa today,
their object belnj; to look Into the a:
fairs of the Auiciicar. Sugar Co.
It will bo remembeieJ that the Bul
letin imlilUVJ n short ttmo ngo tho
news ot tlii favonihli) rcjiort of Ml.
Llndgren on the wuir Muestlon. The
gentlemen named wish to go otcr thn
ground thenio.'lves and decide rm what
Is to be dono In regard to piping the
water from the mountains to tho ! Imi
tation. They will bo bad; In tho
Claudlno Sunday mnrnliig.
Mlas Rohu Will Not, Sue.
Tho Advertiser with tho accu
racy for which It Is noted mado.one of
Its attempts at u funny article this
morning at the expenso uf Miss Mario
Rosa, a member of the Southwell Opera
Co., who made such a hit as the Queen
In the "Queen's Laco Handkerchief."
To sum tho article up hrlelly, tlieio Is
not a ward of truth In It. It may he
said In ampllllcutlon of tills statement
that Miss llosa's namo off tho stago Is
not Ilosa Naylor but Mario Venchlar
uttl. Furthermore Miss Venchlaruttl
has not sued the Orpheum Co. nor has
she any Intention of so doing..
Milch Cows for
W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
it, in tht column bi intttUd ml
ft ttntt tint en l inttrlioni it ttntt fas
imuttitint; 94 ttntt out tettb, 40 ttntt )mt Httkt,
4nJ do ttntt on 1 month. Inn 11 tbt tbtabttt itr
iiinf tver efftrti tbt piopit tf Honotuiu.
WNTED-SMAIL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE
tuiubtt for two yoane mn AJJren X Bui
I Jttn Office, ijBtwi
WNTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
" ROOMS ulUblc for joun men, AJdress D
Uuliftln Office. t$8iwi
UANTED-A FURNISHED ROO Without boird
In -y rm ct the city, wrere there Is fresh tlr
ni water, for single Ktntleman. Address with
tnmt, M. H cre of "bulletin." tt
WANTED" EMPLOYMENT of son e kind ly
r younf mtnlthnnchlnehnpexpprience. Plan
atlon freferred. cood reconmendatlon. Address S.
i. innnmce 15811
ANTED-A JFWELER, steady and reliable.
opry "J n. w. rortr UO tog lloiei si,
lAANTID-WATCIinSlo frPirby Jtlr ol it
yer xrlnc. Ci. DltlZ. it Nauinu St
ID PAPERS TO EXCIUNOF tor clean Ct
mn Kg. rrpty i iiuikiii vact. tjfg.if
UANTED-To Mil 40.000 MinlU Clcr 11 jc.
" ch MnleClgrSlort, nt to Orplnum
CXPERIENCCD !EWING rilRLS In dt,m.klne
- Jffilm.nt. Whllnty i Mirth , 566
ANTED-tllE CLUII HARDER SHOP th
T t , r.e you cn e.l a FINE SHAVE tor
U 1!1 u"!-' "" Kln: """ "rroi t
THE OWL LUNCH AND OVSTER"rOOM
Oyittri wrvJ In th, ihtll only Try his
ItMAIII Ham ant .Cl.. 1.1 a j
Nuuanu and H)tcl streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor
ANTED Mtn to know that they can nl ihatej
,oi Klag itteet. opp. Wet. AVit Co "ttoo-tt
JO LET-FOH RENT new cot'ajrel. corner Youn(t
M lib! i S"" McCu,ly "act. Arply ioj
. " ijei'ii
COR RENT Six Nlrlv rtlDNICltrn bnnuc
. ,?,ro,l,1, w"M r IlKhl houiekeeplne. Inquire
. . M......wl ..TTi. ,,im.
TH F..rrf !?' ,0' 'f A. Roia, on Kln St.. near
wi nikihi iwncn. uniuroiinej, pos,eition at once:
low lermt. Apply to John F. Lolrnirn, i)J-H
COR RENTAcomforlahle mndmf"nttai,-.i.i.
' ly located. J. II. Schnack. til Merchant ilreet
COR RENT-Nlcely Furnished Roomi centrally lo-
cateJ. Apply at jij Ucretanla it. near Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFICe. "appIv to J. M. Monurrat.
1 No. ,0 Merchant ttreet. !5Utl
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa R01J at
occupied by Mr. T. H. Clbaon Apply to
I -.-!T V" "'anc, o, jonn cna ai wamikl,
lurnlihed or unturnlihed. LaMe yard and
houae. barn and .tablet. To let ai a whole or In
,-. ?'!"'!!'. p"Mi. frr-iyw JOHNENA
at 1. 1. S, N. Co.'. office, Queen .treat. 1464.1l
Y-n Itrr ti.u.u . t
I OST-A PAIR OF OPERA CLASSES with an
J- Infcrlptlon on the Iront of the clai. "Kim to
Ethel. Return the .am. to Dulletln otfic, and net
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finJer
- will receive a liberal reward at thl. office, nn
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI. bteen
"- dipot and hthmarket. FlnJei will please return
.ame.to this office and receive reward. is7Ttf
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mo.t
Choice locatloo adjolnlne the Maklkl villa ol
Hon. II. P. Ualdwln. Apply Mr.. K. Vlda.
COR SALE-ONE light ipilng dray, mule and har-
ne.s. on, neavy dray, mule and harness: will b
.old cheap. Apply to E. II. Thomas, cor. Klnt and
Smith Si. ....
COR SALE-A JERSEY HULL so month. 6IJ Iron,
best strain ol W C Irwin'. Imported Jerseys
also one souna; fraJe Holstein Jersey cow In call
by Leah! Dairy Stock. Inquire ol J. EMMELUTH.
sit King street ijjgtf
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
L- Tor Sale, For Rent, For Lease.
eo6 Merchant St. Honolulu. II. I,
PR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tlr, Phaeton, single harness. All frit
class. Call or address J. W. Club Stables 1 tis-tl
COR SALE $4500. Leas, ol ,-story business
' property on Fort ttreet ,4 year, to run. Ground
Rent S80 per annum. A barealn. Apply to
m6 Merchant .treat
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
' opposite, L. II. Dee, Esq. Inquire ol u. E.
FOR SALE-tiooo, LOT In best portion ol Kallhl
.11, (onto. Apply to
No. io Fort .treet.
FR SAlb-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. S,
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL. Young .treet. town sljr superior
1 board and rooms, newlj furnished terms muder
ate Telephone tor. n66im
TO LET-Flrtt-class Board and Rooms at the
1 Aloha House on Fort street. iso7mi
FRENCH AND UCKMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gentleman, recently ar
rived here, who has been long In r-rarce and
Germany and know, their language, thoroughly,
wl.he. t, give private lessons retms, tnre, lesson.
par week. Si a month. Address, A. G V Laklmela
Villa, oro Hotel .treet. near Punchbowl. is66mi
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Tht Union Excrtis Co
... UflllTD Cailh la-lM - as r. 7Z
" nun., jrwn rvn ani.c. 1)4)11
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states thtt he Is Hill In the
rock and earth business although he fats sold his
Interest la the tallest business
Office, Bethel street In H. K. Hitchcock's law
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described btlovi 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:
July 0, loco 1 black hotse branded In
(Chine: character) on left hind leg; white
spot on foreheadj one white right hind leg.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that 1 will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, July
28, looo, at 12 m,, If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
1508 t Poundmaster
Fine Job Printing at tbe Dulletln
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
-msm CAWrv no
J innui SmTI
E. 0. HALL
Bargains in Furniture
25 pep cent cheaper 5n
Than in any other store in the
Hawaiian Islands !
BERETANIA STREET, NEAR FIRE STATION.
S. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
Coustaotly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
SPECIAL - SALE - DAYS
: We are now offering one of the largest and best
assorted stock of Rugs in all the newest designs at Special!
Low Prices. Call and be convinced.
: Direct from the best Eastern manufacturers, w&
just opened another large invoice of the most up-to-date
Shirt Waists. We are offering great values and a large,
stock to select from.
Ladies Dress Skirst.
: Choice selections in
some selection of Ladies Black
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautiful
hanging skirts Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Complete stock of Bathing Suits for Ladies, Gents,
Ais$esand Children from 3 years to 10 years.
Pacific Import Co.
pi aim pimkh nrnMtu
bnin HMUii tmStVava
& SON, Ltd,
I. X. L.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Paris of the City n
i!4 acres, fertile land, at Kona,
20-year lease, Kewalo, lot 125x200.
ifryear lease, King St.. central, lot 61x96
Lot 43XA Beretanla St., adjoining
Frank Hustace property.
House & Lot, Punaliou.
Lot King St., 60x120, a bargain.
Comer King and Bethel streets.
white P. K. Skirts. A hand
Alpaca and brillantine Dress-
Fort St. Progress Block