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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY,, JULY 14, IQOO.
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
Fine lot of imported Jersey and Holstein Milch (Sows for
sale, to arrive on ''Rosamond" now overdue.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., PROPS.
V. H. RICK, Pres. : .' W. S. WITHERS, Hlgr.
11 S3 Queen Street
Cargo . . .
On Monday, July 16th
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 13 .Merchant St., I will
sell at Public Auction for account of u horn
It may concern the wreck cf the Schooner
Mllle Morris as she lies wrecked In the
Channel at Kaneohe, together with her
tackle, rigging, sails, chains, anchors,
of PADDY . . .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 58 j
On TUESDAY, July 17th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 35 Queen St., 1 will sell
at Public Auction a large assortment of
beds, bureaus, washstands, tables, chalts,
rockers, kitchen utensils, matting, rugs,
clothing, blankets, and a fine roller top
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JULY 20TH.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 31 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction the unpermitted
stores from the Custom Houe, as origin
ally advertised to take place on Friday,
Inly 13th, at the same hour and place.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
To whom it may concern:
All bills due me standing over
three months and not paid on
the last of this month will be
placed in the hands of my at
torney. W. W. WRIGHT.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
411 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June I, ipoo. 1J50
Assessments have been called on the
Asses;able Stock (f this company as to
become due and payable at the office of
Castle & Cooke, Lt i on
June 1st. iqoo, 10 per cent. ((10.00 per
share); delinquent June 30th, 1900,
July 1st. 1900, is per cent, (f 15.00 per
share); delinquent July 31st.
W. A. BOWbN, Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
! MAGIC ii
j WAFERS i
if they fail
trlr 10 centa.
Tha Evening Bulletin, 7t cent, per
Doty Expounds Benefits
of Trade With Tahiti
Washington, June 28. J. Lamb Do'ty,
Consul of tho United State at Tahiti,
has reported to the State Ikpuitnitnt
regarding an American steamship line
between Tahiti and San Pmclso as
"During tho extraordinary session
of the General Council nf tMfc colony,
which was conened jestcrd.iy for tho
purpose, a contract wj awarded to
the Oceanic Steamship Company of Sin
l'ranclsco for tho establishment of .1
stenmshlp line beUccn Til.lti and S'tn
Tjnnclsco for the transportation of
mnlls, passcngirs and freight the es
sential feature of tho contnict are as
"For the nnnini sum of luf.,000 frnnts
($30,000 In Un'ted State") gold) to he
paid by the Tnl'.tl (i'jonmcnt, and
exemption from port c'r.nrgcs, the
Oceanic Steamship Company Is to oper
ate nn American steamship of about
30v0 gross tons register performing
elecn round trips per annum at an
uvcragc speed of not lisa than 1314
knots. Tho contract is nwnrc!td for a
period of IHc )cats from the first voy
age, which is to he made not later-thai
November 1, 1500, and mrllcr If pos
sible. "It Is the purpose of this company
to use a flrst-class P'sai i.gj.' steamship
and to make the sen Ice attractive In
all part.cuhrs; and It Is autlciptlrd
that this will h-i-nu.3 a favorite 101,1
of travel w.'i 1 1 the ch.irm of the climate
and scenTV of Tahiti become Known.
The initisiiriitinn of this line will
give great Impetus to United States
trade with Tahiti, and, lu general, with
other Islands of Kastern I'oljncsla.
Tho Pacific coJt of the Jnlteu Stules
will be particular!" bonellted, as perish
able goods such as fruits, egciuble
and meats wh!ci now are rccchcd ex
cluslely from Nov Zealand will thin
come from San Francisco.
"For oer thirty-four jcars a regular
monthly sailing cssol service has been
maintained between Tahiti and San
Francisco. This direst m.itr, cf com
munication dcM-loped a trade, Insig
nificant at first, but amounting some
ten yenrs ago to over 50 per icnt of the
cntlro business bf this colony. Since
then tho proportion of trade has re
mained about the same, notwithstand
ing tho establishment of tho steam
lino to New Zealand and the fact that
sailing casein aro entticly Inadequate
as a means of transportation between
this port and San Francisco.
"It may bo predicted that If the
Oceanic Steamship' Company continue,
In this business for five, jcara tho trad?
between the United States and Tahiti
will not only experlencj a great exten
sion, but that the proportion of alus
will Incieaso from B0 to 73 per cent.
"The Union Steamship Company
(Ilrltlsh) of New Zealand, which now
operates a steamer between Tahiti and
Auiland, has for somo time pout de
sired to extend Its Mrlco through to
San Francisco, and, Indeed, at this mo
ment It has a proposition bctoio the
local (Joveinment offering to perform
tho service for nn annual subsidy of
rrlend 1 suppose there nre n Rrent
ninny people who oho jou their lUe.i.
Umtor Thvy say tliey do, but the
nlntlM's alunjs Kiel. IILu tliuuiler
wlun I nceldeiitnlly collect n bill of
that Kind. -San I'lanclt-co Ilxnmluer.
AVItrn II Ilnt'MU! Tnrn,
A woman's silk frock Is spuu by a
worm, but f the wot in tries to crawl
on It the woman HhrliLs. Chicago Ilcc
ord. BY AUTHORITY
REGULATIONS CONCERNING PUL
1. RLSOLVLD, That the Board of
Health do hereby declare Pulmonary
Tuberculosis to be a communicable and a
preventable disease and that all practicing
physicians and the Superintendents of all
hcspltals, sanitariums, dispensaries, asy
lums, prisons and schools be requlreJ to
teport to th' Board of Health M cases of
Pulmonary Tuberculosis coming under
their care or notice within one week of the
time that such cases come to their know
ledge and that such physicians and super
intendents be also required 'to notify the
Board of Health In case the house or
apartments occupied by a person having
Pulmonary Tuberculosis should become
vacant by reason of the deith or removal
of the patient.
2. RLSOI.VED, That all houses or
apartments In which a person having
Pulmonary Tuberculosis has lived be dis
infected to the satisfaction of the Board of
Health when vacated by reason of the
death or removal of the tubercular patient,
before being again permitted to be occu
pied. Dated at Honolulu, July 11, 1 goo.
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
1 58a-jt Secretary
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Motility ,.,.. 1
6 )S 9 IS
T 14 to 09
8. It 10 4t
9 oolt M
Monday ,. to
0 46 I 5
"6 ot! o to 11 t
1 p m
t 08 o.ff if a
full moon on the 12th at 2-S2 a. in.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mer .Ian ot 1C7 30. Tho
time whistle r ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the ume as Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and sailing for the re
mainder of this and tho wholo ot next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Nippon Marti San Francisco ..July 17
Moana San Francisco July IS
Rio do Janeiro S. F. June 30
Steamers For Duo
America Maru San Francisco. July 17
Alameda San Francisco July 29
City of Peking San Francisco July 27
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 14.
Temperature Morning minimum
71; Midday maximum, 85.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.97. Irregular.
Dew Point 07F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CJ per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
14. Weather clear; wind light N.
Saturday, July 14.
Am. schr. Azalea, from Gray's Harbor
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Friday, July 13,
Gas schr Surprise, Townsend, for Laha
Im, Makeni and Kona ports.
Stmr Maul, Parker, for Eleele, Kauai,
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
Am. schr. James Rolph, Dedrlch, for
TO SAIL. THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Noeau, W man, forMakawell and
Walmra at 5 p. m.
Stmr Kllauea Hou, McAllister, for Laha
Ina and Maun del at 4 p. m.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Kaanapall at 4
Schr Golden Gate, for Kaunakakal at 4
For Kami, per stmr. Maul. July n
Messrs. Bowler, Glnacka, Captain Tom
Clark, Captain Spencer
The W. G. Hall. Keiuhou. James Ma
kee and piobably, the Kauai, will be in
irom Kauai potts tomorrow morning.
Ho RcHtetl lite Seventh Day
1 he Sibbath Is the foundation of Am
erican liberty. The pieservatlon of this
mtlon, or of any nation, Is dependent uron
t .e religious observance rf the Sabbath,
s-t aside tor rest and praj er and for the
honotlng of the Lord. We have departed,
In a large measure, from the stHctnes of
our fathers. But I believe that, In cur own
Interest, we ought to return, In a large
degree, to the quiet and thoughtful day
they Insisted upon. Rest Is an absolute
necessity of our nature, and In the Interest
of the worklngmen of this country we
must preserve this Institution In Its purity
I sincerely hope the time will never come
when In this land there shall be a general
desire to mingle amusement and frivolity
with the observance of the Lord's day.
Fine Job Trlntlng at
Republican Territorial Central
A meeting of the above named Com
mittee Is called for MONDAY, July 16,
igoo, at 9:30 a. in.; In the Rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce, Merchant St., Ho
nolulu, r. of h.
CLARENCE L. CRABBE,
lt Temporary Secretary.
LODGES OF OAHU, NO I. AND
Mystic, No. s. K. of P., will hold their
annual memorial services on Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock, at their rooms In K.
of P. Hall, Fort street. All visiting
brethren and the public are respectfully
Invited to attend. '5tj-it
4 1, in tbtt eotmmn will kt inttrttd mt
It ttu lit vnt inuriiom; tmh two
mitrrioiM jM ttntt out tvtii, 40 ttntt two wtikt,
nd 60 ttntt out month. 7til 11 Ibt tltattit 4tr
tittat rwr ofirtJ til fitoptt tf Henoimim.
UANTCD--FIR5T CUSS XintUr. Apply Union
Vlf Bftf Shop, isili'wi
WANTED-SMALL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE
iuIUM for two young mtn AJJrm X Bui-
WANTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
ROOMS tultafcl for younf men. AJiff i B
Bulletin Offif. ,- tjliwi
UANTEDA FURNISHED ROOM, without txwrd
vv In -y pin of lh ctly, wtert ihtn Isfrcthilr
nJ wir lor a lngte entlman AiJrcss with
trm. II. H . curt ol 'Bullttln. m tsBitJ
lANTEDEMPLOVMENT of .,"klnJ ty
coul ircommcnsatlon Aidttii S,
A JFWEtER, tttady and rtllabll.
W AnrlvtoH W lonr&Co .no Hotel St
WANTFD-WMCHESto tfralrby ),rl,r of n
yeatartl.nn GUIfclZ iij Nuuami St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII tSC; tor clean Cot
ton Ragt Arrrly at llulUtln OfBca ijNcjI
WANTED-Tn Mil joooo Manila Cigars at sc.
t ach Myrtlt Cigar Stora, nat to Orrhvum
CXPEUIENCEOEWINrir,IMLS In drmm.klnn
I- drTanrnnl VMtny St Marah t jtfl
WANTED-THB CU1D BAHtlER SHOP trie
rlacevhereyoucan r.,t a IIND SHAVE lor
Me. witlte tartri. to. King itrett,
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyttcrs ttrvei In tn then only Try hit
lairioui Ham and ttK Saniwlrfipi and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu an4 Httel ttreeta. DICK DALY, Prorrlttor
WANTED Man to luiov that thay can ret ttiavel
by atilu barber lor te renll at H.JEFFS
to. King street, opp. Met. Meat Co taog-tf
PR RENT On Prefect, corner Macailne St,
desirable home of 6 rooms. I ath kitchen, ser
vants' quarters. rooJ slew good air nice grounds
Tor further particulars apply to dear. Lansing & Co..
Judd Building nM-tf
TO LtT-FOR RENT ) new cot agea corner Young
ana nrnsian sis, ftuuuuy tract
COR RENT-SIx Nicely TURNISHED ROOM
- s rouins suiiarie ror ugnt Housekeeping.
J4Q Punchbowl street.
THE premises of Mrs A. Rosa, on King St. near
naiKiKi swncn. uniurniinj Nitufi.iiiiniv.
low terms Aprly to John F. Colburn lj?stt
COR RENT Acomorlable modern Cot'age central
' ly located. J. II. Schnack. si) Merchant street
PR RENT Nicely TurnlsheJ Rooms centrally lo
cated. Apply at si) Beretanla st. near Punchbowl
FOR RENT-OFFICt! Apply to J. M. Monsarrat.
No. ,9 Merchant street , si ttl
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
' occupied by Mr. T. H Gibson Apply to
34, an. a mimmuwK lu
TO LET Th 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 ENA
at I. I. S N. Co.'a office. Queen street. 1464-tr
FOR SALE-TWO bund new skiffs Apply S. P
ffitrfon. rear of Government yirJ, corner AU
kea and Alkn its opposite rithmarkel. V O. lick in
COR SALE-tjxuJ. corner Prospect n4 Hackfetd
1 streets, nice home. Rood view, small hoi.rttap,
must tf seen to b appreciate;), Apply to dtar.
Lansing ft Co , Ji Jd Hull J In g
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDLNCE SITE
unoiet locatios ajioining int Makll
holct location adlolnln
the Alaklkl villa of
non 11 rt uaiawm.
Apply Mrs. K Vlda
PR SALE-ONE MsM spring dray, niule ani har
ness, ont heavy dray, mule and harness will be
soil cheap, Arply to E. U. Thomas, cor King and
Smith Ms 1 .Mm 1
FOR S ALE-A JERSEY HULL to months old from
test strain otW.G Irwin's Imported Jerseys
if uni vuuiik pim-iv itiiixvin .iciMy row in cm
try t-rdini Miiry oioik
tnqulr of J. EMMELUTIt,
tar King street
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
l- For Sale. For Rent For Leas
Honolulu. l I.
06 Merchant St.
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tire Phaeton, single harness All first
class Call or adirett J. W. Club Stables i
FOR SALE J,)oo Lease of s-story business
property on Fort street s, years to run Ground
Rent f 80 per annum. A bargain Apply to
9cA Mrrchant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St.
a opposite L. H. Dee, Esq. Inquire ot u. fc.
PR SALE 11000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
slsa 8011)0. Apply to
No. )lft Fort street.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. DyJ.M. VIVAS .)!,
I OST-AI'AIR OF OPERA GLASSLS ltli an
L- Inscription on the frunt nf the glass "Kim to
Ethel." Return the same la bulletin office and get
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES'! The finder
L- will receive a liberal reward at th Is office. ,)
I OST-Ved and Yellow rLATHEKLEI between
- dpot and fishmaiket. Flndei will please return
same,!., this once and receive reward, tsTTtt
BOARD AND ROOMS.
-THE BALMORAL, Young street town side superior
1 board and rooms, newly furnished terms moder-
ate Telephone Eot 166-im
TO LET-Flrst-class Doard and Rooms at the
Aloha House on hurt street. iswini
FRENCH AND UCKMAN.
A N EDUCATED Russian gentleman, recently ar-
s rived here, who has been long In trarce and
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly.
wishes 1 1 give private lessons
rer week. Siu a month .Addri
er week, $,., a month
lermt, trree lessons
A.O V Laklmeia
Villa, 610 Hotel street, near punchbowl,
MOTfCE TO BIMLDERS-The Union Eapress Co
H has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. iMItf
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that be Is still In the
s rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business
Office. Bethel street In H.
R. Hltchccck'i law
NWiYiiij'ii!iji!riT. ! to carry
1 S1AGIC s- grway to
:injS5Sl-s: euro a hoad-r-
Fine Job PrlntlDg at
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
mWim FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH M'MM
YOUR CHOICE 40.00
E. 0. HALL
25 per cent cheaper 9
Than in any other store in the
. Hawaiian Islands !
BERETANIA STREET, NEAR FIRE STATION.
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Constantly - On -
New Shipments Every Month.
SPECIAL - SALE - DAYS:
: We are now offering one of the largest and best
assorted stock of F$ugs in all the newest designs at Speciali
Low Prices. Call and be convinced.
: Direct from the best Eastern manufacturers, we:
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 white P. K. Skirts, A hand
some selection of La'dies Black Alpaca and brillantine Dress.
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautiful -
hanging skitts Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Complete stock of Bathing Suits for Ladies, Gents,
Micros nnH PhlMrPn (mm J
fvaih-! hum wt"v x
Pacific Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
I. X. L.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
n In All Paris of the Cily :s
11,'i acres, fertile land, at Kona.
20-year lease, Kewalo, lot 125x200.
16-year leas, King st. central, lot 61x90
Lot 43x96, Beretanla st., adjoining
Frank Hustace property.
House & Lot, Punahou.
Lot King St., 60x120, a bargain.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
VA9r fn ( voire 1 , H
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FortSt. Progress Block