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THE KVUNINO BULLIiTINi HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 16, 1900.
mT ' p jy- -
Fine lot of Imported Jersey and Holstein
sale, to arrive on "Rosamond" now overdue.
W. H. RICH, Prcs.
j as. F Morgan
11 88 Queen Street
The Battery Camp
On THURSDAY, July 19,
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.
I wilt sell at Public Auction, bv order of
the Board of Health, the ENTIRE BAT
TERY CAMP on the water front, near
the new Iron works, consisting of 12 to 14
buildings, all the fencing, conugated Iron
rooting, plumbing, sidewalks, glass win
dows and frames, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On TUESDAY, July 17th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At mv ulMrnnm 4 fr Ct I it, lit 1I
... ...j mivivviU JJ WMhll Jtf mil JVII
at Public Auction a large assortment of
beds, bureaus, washstands, tables, chalts,
rockers, kitchen utensils, matting, rugs,
twining, oianxeis, ana a tine roller top
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JULY 20TH,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, n Queen street, I will
ell at Public Auction the unpermitted
stores from the Custom House, as origin
ally advertised to take place on Friday,
Inly 13th, at the same hour and place.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
To whonv 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
FoufthAssessment'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,
an Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
, Honolulu, June t, 1000. ijjo
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock if this company as to
become flue and payable at the office of
Castle St Cooke, Ltd., on
June 1st. 1900, 10 per cent. ($10.00 per
share); delinquent June 30th, 1000.
July 1st. 1900, 15 per cent. (Ji 5.00 per
hare); delinquent July 31st.
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
The discussion over tho use of light
ning rods continues in the technical
papers. Tho Electrical Review declares
that the discussion has not shown that
the rods are of any use, and that any
evidence given would necessarily m of
a negative character. It holds that the
electrician must wait for better know
ledge before he can design a perfectly
satisfactory protection, and that o'lt of
the confused mass of lightning lore
there has not yet come a satisfactory
explanation of Its action or Its cause.
The Brenlni bulletin. 7( cent pet
For 4Jltlonil ShlfrinrNtwi MVffiih part.
I 01 I
1 w 11
6.eo 0 )
Last quarter of the moon on tho
18th at 7:01 p. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahultil and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer .Ian of 157 30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the me as Greenwich Oh,
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for tho re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Nippon Marti San Francisco ..July 17
Moana San Francisco July IS
Rio de Janeiro S. F. June 30
Steamers For Due
Alameda San Francisco July 20
City of Peking San Francisco July 27
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 16.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 80.
Ilarometcr at 9 a. m. 29.93. Falling.
Dew Point 65F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. E4 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
16. Weather clear; wind fresh NE.
Saturday, July 14.
Am. schr. Meteor, Lass, 28 days from
rori oiaKciey, wiin lumpers 10 uewers, at
Sunday, July 15.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. from Ka
paa; 2580 bags sugar and lopkgs sun
dries. Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Na
wlllwlll: 5700 baes suear. to Alexander &
uaiawin, 40 Dags tato, 1 horse for Ur.
Stmr Kauai. Bruhn.from Hanamalu: (2?
ban sugar to H. Hackfeld & Co.
btmr Keauhou. Mosner. from Wa meat
4icg uags sugar.
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, from
China and Japan.
Saturday, July 14.
Stmr Noeau. Wvman. forMakawell and
Stmr K auea Hou. McAllister, far Laha-
Ina and Maunalel.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Kaanapall.
dvni vjwiutii uaic. lut rtauiidiuuiai.
Am SD. A. G. RoDes. Chanman. for
new 1 OIK.
Am. schr. James Rolnh. tvidrletaen.
for San Francisco.
Am. bktn. Omeea. Harrington, for w
lapa, Shoalwater Bay.
U. S. A. T. Leelanaw. Storrs. for Naga
saki. ' '
Monday, July 16.
Br. bk. Australia. Jeuss. for the Sound.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen. for Makawell
at s p. m.
stmr waiaieaie, ureen, or Kapaa at 4
Stmr Helene, Sachs, for Paauhau, Ku
kulhaele. Ookala. PaDaaloa and 1 num.
hoehoe at 8 p. m.
T. K K. America Maru, Going, for San
Francisco at 10 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau. Clarke, for Maul and Hi.
wall ports at 12 m.
Simr Keaunou. Mosner. for Wa mea at
at 4 P. m.
stmr James Makee. lu ett. for Kanaa
and Kllaueaat 4p. m.
atmrMOKo .Narjea.lor Mo oka nort
at 5 p. m.
StmrW. G. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlll, Koloa and Eleele at 5 p. m.
From Kapaa, per stmr. James Makee,
July is. D. K. Unauna and ij deck pas
sengets. r-rom Kauai, per stmr W.G.Hall, July
dall, Dr. E. L. Hutchinson, Brother Brig
ham, H. M. Walcost.W. E. Devereux,
wucii yiiii.ua, wwc anu cnnuren, miss .
L. Haitwell, Miss D. Hartwell, Miss
Hendrlxson, Mrs. A. Smith, D. C. Doris,
David Kalauakaaua, Lung Chong, Master
L. Gandall. Joe Mt.Clellan. A. n. Wlh.
ard, Miss Rosa Channan, Master Filer,
Chong Chee, Jack Kaulla.
from maul ana Hawaii ports, per stmr.
Claudlne. Julv 1?. H. P. Baldwin. J. R.
Castle, H. Howell, C. N. Rose, Miss
Alexander, miss urooK, miss Akana, A.
R. Gunev. C. Streckewald. C Mathrcnn.
W. Moznett, W. A. Bulck, H. Nllson, S.
Upa, Father Maxlmln, W. A. Wall.Pev.
E. G. Sllva and wife, Mis. J. P. Dlas, J.
A. McCandless, A. Hocking, Mrs. Claud
Watney and maid, W. H. Cornwell, Jr.,
D. Torrens. . J. Alencastre. C Arhnmr
Judge Robertson, P. J. Walsh, Mrs. Oss
and child, Mrs. F. Poor and two children,
Miss Thompson, J. H. Nlshwltz, A. Bor
ba.Mrs. Fllton.W. Lewis, S. CAhml,
Mr. R, F. Bick'rtnn and son. Geo. H.
Kon.rtson, A. .V. drier, Miss Oss, Mrs.
M. McCandless add chile. Mr,. Vivnn.
YARDS CO., LTD.,
Kanahl, Miss L. Lanl, Miss E. Lanl. Dr.
J. H. Shaw, A. S. Hartwell, W. Llndgten,
Mr. Wakefield and 148 deck
From China and Japan, per T. K. K.
America Mini, July 16. M. Abe, R.
Nlunoya, Miss M. Wotherspoon. Miss
Masuda, Comte de Potler. Through: W.
Arakl, Mr, von Bohl, Rev. Joseph Cos
and, Mrs. Joseph Cosand, Carl Francke,
Frank Glllett, Cipt. T. Kltakoga, Mrs.
Geo. S. Macklnnon, W. E. Miles. Mrs. "?.
J. Mllllken, T. Mlnaml, J.Selles, S.Togo,
Miss I. Watson, F. Yamada, Mrs. K. fa
kahlra, B. Ashlmorl.W.Cartwrlght.Geo.
K. Dtnnv, Miss C. C. Frailer, Alberto
Frank, Mrs. W. S. Jackson, Y. Matsuo,
MIssT. Mltannl, Miss Mllllken and maid,
H. M. Richards, C Shlbutanl, Com'd'rS.
W. Very, U. S. A.; Miss F. Woodall, K.
Takahlra and Valet.
Per stmr Klnau from Hawaii and
Maul ports, July 14. II. 0. Elklngton,
George Tyson, Mrs. J. R. McRenxto,
Miss A. C. Keycs, Mrs. II. A. Woods,
Miss D. A. Dond, J. S. Ualley, C. A.
Doyle, C. II, Ragsilalc, R. C. Abercrom
ble, C. Mlmamoto, II. Coskl, C. Lycur
Ktis, J. S. Canario, Sam Ilowlcln, J. M.
Rlggs and wife, J. T. Sllva, Henry U.
Easton. W. Weish. J. W. Farwell, S. I.
Norrlc, F. II. Drlscoll, A. K. Nawahi,
H. A. Klucgel, W. A. Hall and wife,
Miss K. Fetter, Miss May Scllander, W.
K. Akana, K. Ming, Mrs. C. A. Nawu
hi, Captain Fitzgerald, Mr. Bush, Hen
ry Atone. Mrs. Nlcholsen and son. J. F,
Humours. M. F. Splnlola, Miss aula
R. Hart. Master R. Jordan, G. K. Wil
der and wife. Miss Barnes, J. Plctts,
H. H. Rcnton. Oliver Mersbcrg, v. T,
Hookano. Master De La Irma, A. E.
Harris and wife, Mrs. A. Fernandez
and threo children, Miss M. Burton,
Mrs. T. Hussy, Mrs. R. Houghtatllng,
E. E. Paxton, L. A. Thurston, George
Woods, Shlng Cho, Mrs. T. J. Sunny
and son. Miss A. Reutcr, F. Wlttrock,
Master Hookano, J. A. Tuthlll, C. P. S.
Grimwood, II. H. Clarke, M. K. Keoho.
kalole, Hilleek. Miss Lily Pali, A. A
Benson, E. S. Boyd, wife and two chll
drcn. Master K. Cockett, Miss Sobey
and 405 deck passengers.
Col.. George W. Macfarlane gave a
luncheon In henor of W. F. MacLennan
and son at the Peninsula home of Mr. and
Mrs Clarence Macfarlane Sunday. The
party, consisting of the following, went
down lo the Peninsula In the yacht La
Paloma, arriving at 12:30 p. m.: Mr. and
Mrs. Bloomqulst, Mr. and Mrs. Allen,
Miss Lamkln, Miss Dean, Miss Annahel
Lee, W. F. MacLennar. and son, E. Sha'
kelford and B. Howard After a delight
ful luncheon, the members of the party
went out on the bay In Clarence Macfar
lane's Alco-vapor launch, cruising around
for some little time. Returning to the
Peninsula the patty took the train to he
city. It was the Intention to return In the
yacht but, owing to the heavy surf break'
Ing over the bar, this was thought Inadvls'
Kohala Sugar Co.
The books of this com ran v will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
1 poo, to luejday, July 31st, 1900, in
158414 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Co.,
The booVs of this comranv will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July' 30th,
toco, to luesday, July 31st., toco, in1
i84t4 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.,
The books of this conoanv will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
1 poo, to luesaay, July 31st, loco, in
I584t4 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this comranv will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
1 poo, to luesuay, July 31st, 1900, in
158414 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Republican Territorial Central
A DostDoned'meetlne of the above nam
ed Committee Is called for MONDAY,
July 16, 1000, at 7:300. m.; In the rooms
01 me wiamuer 01 iummcii.c, mcrtnam
St., Honolulu, territory or nawan.
ULAKEINCS L. UKABUtl,
1584(1 Temporary Secretary,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The followlne Is the list of officers of
THE BITUMINOUS ROCK-PAVING
COMPANY, LIMITED, of the Hawaiian
islands, elected July 14m, 1900:
W. K. dark, president.
Carl A. Wldemann, Vice-President.
R. S. Johnson, Secretary.
F. E Richardson, Treasurer.
A. V. Gear. Auditor.
The above named gentlemen, toeether
with Fred Harrison and Geo. P. Denlson,
constitute the Board of Directors
W. C. Read will act as General Manager.
Lodge Lfl Progres de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
a & a. s. rite.
There will be a sneclal meeting of Lodee
Le Progres de L'Oceanie, No. 124, A. &
A. S R.. at Its hall. Masonic Temole.
inia imwnuAi; cycninvj, at
WORK IN FIRST DEGREE.
Merbers of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge No 821 and all sojourning
nnvnrfn ai coroiativ invitea to ne presnr,
By order of the VV. M.
E, B. FKIEL,
Milch Cows for
W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
lit. ' till flmmn will Uurm 1
if (Mi . tint emi laurtiemi if umtt hra
Inmhtatt to unit ent wttli, 40 ttmlt two ttvi.i,
tn4 Ao etmh .., imont. 7l it tbi tbtattit Ar
Mmt ntr tfmt l pttplt Hn,W,
" B.itff Shop,
D..FIRST CUSS B.rtr.
UANTED-SMAIL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE
' tulnM. lor to youat n.n. AddrtM X But.
UANTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
ROOMS lullltt. tor younf men. Ad4r.ii B
puuwn unci. ISBtwi
WANTED-A FURNISHED ROOM, without bod
In nv r.rt of th dtv. wh.r. tbcr. Ii f rih .lr
and w.ttr. lor a .IntJ. s.nttem.n. Addr.n with
wrmf. n. n., r. of ouu.ttn. iS,li
ISANTED EMPLOYMENT of ion. kind y
jvunic man wiin iDHviiiniup rxprrif nee, nin
aUon prvftrtei. cood rcconmtndatlon Addrcti S,
ANTED-A JEWELER, steady and nlliblt.
KVF'J 'on, n roi ir v.o , 109 noiei 31,
11ANTED-WATCHESto rtrrby .fl.r lj
"' ye.rt .xcwlcnci. G. DlfclZ, 41? Nuuinu Si
OLD PAPERS TO EXOUNGE forcl.inCoS
Ion Rc Arrrly it liutlcln Oltlc 1jf9.1l
WANTED-To Mil 400m Minllt Clfiri .1 jc
tach. MTtl. ClE.r Stor, mil 10 Orrixum
CXPERIENCED SEWINO GIRLS In dr.nm.klne
L dM.rlmtnt. WlltMvAMirih. titj.
WANTED-THE CLUB BARBER SHOP th.
tl. hr. yoo on tt a FINE SHAVE lor
jc. Wall. bait,., tot Klnj ttte.t, oppoit.
mronpoman mrai uq IS,tl
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyttert fvd In ID. th.ll only. Try hit
laaout Htfa and ttt Sandwich.! and CoSm. Cor
Nuuinu and H.l ttiMtl. DICK DALY, Proprl.tor.
WANTED Man to know that ttxy can nl ihav.l
y awhlk) batbar for Menu al B. JEFFS.
loi Klni ttfMf. en. M.t Mm Co iMo-tr
TOR RENT-On ProtDKt. cotnr Marailn. Si,
uriiBt, Hum 01 o room,, rain, mtcn.n, tr
vanlt quitter,: rood vl.w sood alt nlc. iroundt,
Judd Bulldlny liSl'tf
T lV Vr.R RINT ' n..JT".corn.f Younr
and AriitUn stt , McCully Tract. Apply j
mD DBMT Cl M,..lu rilDUICUEh nnn.ar
. .'. """I K'fla lor lltht houHbMplne. Inoulra
... . v....... ,.... iirtmi
THLI'!!!1I.,,,,'I.M"-A-Ro"- o" K'' s' "'
Watklkl twitch, unlurnlthed; pottaitlon at one:
low ttrmt. Apply to John F. Colbutn. ijlj-tl
POR RENT Acofnlortablt mod, m Com t. central-
w iwv.ii. j, n. otnnaca. aaj marcnant ttrtat
TOR RENT-Nlcely Furnlthtd Room, centrally lo-
cated. Apply al 51) Bereunla 11. naar Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFlCe. Apply lo J. M. Montana!.
w. ay nutmini iTt MJ'
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at pr.tent
"wi,w vj 111. ( ii. vipwn Arpir o
T,0.lETT',? r.tld.nca of John Ena at Walklkl.
luntlthad or unfurnltlxd. Larit yard and
bout, ban and tubl.t. To I.I at a whol. or la
pf?-. E?ruith particular., applylo JOHN ENA
at I. I. S. W. Co.'a oSka. Qitttn tttMt. 1464-tl
TOR SALE-TWO brand n,w tklSt. Apply S. P
1 Petition, riar of Government yard, corner All
kea and Allen ,t. oppoille Flihmarket. P.O. Doa i
TOR SALE-jjxtil. corner Protptct and Hackfeld
ttreetc nlct home, good view, tnill houu; clwap;
B0,t be teen to ba appreclitid, Apply to Gear,
anting et uo . JUja Building. t(8ttf
TOR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-MoM
.. Cnolca location adjoining th. Maklkl villa of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin. Apply Mrt. K. Vlda.
COR SALE-ONE light iprlng dray, mule and hir
,,n.tt, one 1 heavy dray, mule and hamett, will b.
told cheap. Apply 10 E. B. Thoraat. cor. King and
Smith Stt. itormi
TOR SALE-A JERSEY BULL to month, old from
b.M ttraln of W. G. Irwin 1 Imported Jeneyt
fl,?0'!.ou"JtT"1 Holtteln Jertey cow Inctlf
by Uahl Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTH,
tt. King ttreet. ,,,0l(
LIS 9F, fTS-1!? HOUSES AND LOTS
- For Sakt, For Rent For Uiu.
u k .c. WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
ao6 Merchant SI. Honolulu. H. I.
rOD C.(B Mln fnr ..m.. ....
Ru'TI' P.tont'l"'. hnrnita. All Srtt
clatt. CallofaddrenJ.W. Club Sublet mt-tf
TOR SALE tejoo. Latw ol t-itory butlnatt
- rvK.ivwiiuntumi, yeartionin. uround
Rant Jo par annual. A bargain. Apply to
. fo6 Merchant ttrMI.
i-uk '""ri"" ".uiiwts on young st,
BOA&MAI- " DWl " """"",',&
PR SALE liooo. LOT lo bail portion of Kallhl
wo. 110 Fori meet
cite I .hfrte lu ... n.nw . ..
ITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. i)l,
I OST-APAIR'OF OPERA GLASSES with an
J- ntalptlon on tDt front of th. glut '-Kim to
. ...... i. UWII.ItH Villi. .,,
Dffict .and get
,w,h. n n . .b
A DAID nfi CfjC"V.r, re v.. -.l
will tK.lv. a liberal reward at thlt ofne. nil
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI. between
depot and nthmarkat. Flndet wilt pleat return
ttme.to thlt oBc. and receive reward. itm
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL. Young ttreet. town ,lde; tuperlor
board and roomt. newTv furnlfhed termi mnj.r.
au, Telephone to,. itM-im
FRENCH AND QERMAN.
AN EDUCATED Runlan gentfeman. recntly ar
" rlvld here, who hat been long In Fratce and
Germany and knowt their language! thoroughly,
wlthta t, give private lettona. Term,, mrea leitont
Ji a month. Addreti, A. G 'V, Laklmela
Villa, 619 Hotel ttreet, near Punchbowl.
V.9UR-AvilKsArJi:s"a Er Co
mat tTlllli. jnnn rVJW flftLC. 54)1)
RUDOLPH DUNCAN ttatet thai hi I, still In th.
" rock and earth butlnett although ha hat told hit
Interett In the ballatl butlntit.
Once: Bethel ttreet In H, R. Ilhchcock'i law
Henry C. Bliss of West Sprlngfleld,
Mass., shows public spirit of a novel
but intelligent character. Within tho
last twenty years he has planted over
1000 trees. The work has been done
systematically, and the effect has been
greatly to beautify the streets and pub
lic places of that town.
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
MM FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH BM.K
YOUR CHOICE $40.00
E. 0. HALL
25 per cent cheaper
Than in any other store in che
Hawaiian Islands !
BERETAHIA STREET, HEAR FIRE STATIOH.
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
SPECIAL -SALE DATS
: We arenowfcoffering one of the largest andvbesfc
assorted stock of Rugs in all the newest designs at Special!
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.
r , Laclies Dress Skirst. ; i . ,
": Choice selections in white P. K. Skirts. A hand-:
some selection of Ladies Black Alpaca and brillantine Dress.
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautiful!
hanging skirts Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Pnmnlpto ctrtpt nt Rnhtnrt ftialtaa tnr I nrliuc Ponlr
Misses and Childrenfrom ) years to 10 years. Jf
Pacific Import Co.
& SON, Ltd,
I. X. L.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
st In All Parti ot the City-:
Beautiful House, Nuuanu Valley, Puu
nul, Marine View, beiutlful climate, coot!
house and stables, good macadamize of
road right to the door, 300 feet attitude.
"Healthy, Picturesque ana Romantic."
House and "Lot, Punahou, only 3000.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block
Fine Job Printing at
cellcs, Mrs. Pa and two children, Miss