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Till: LIVENING DULI.KTIN, HONOLULU, II, I., TUliSOAY, JULY 17, I90.
Fine lot of imported Jersey and Holstehi
sole, to arrive on ''Rosamond" now overdue.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
V. H. RICK, PPC8. :- :
11 83 Queen 8trea
The Battery Gamp
On THURSDAY, July 19,
' AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
I will sell at Public Auction, by order of
the Beard 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, corrugated Iron
roofing, plumbing, sidewalks, glass win
dows and frames, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAY, JULY 20TH,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 31 Queen street, I will
tell at Public Auction the unpermitted
stores from the Custom House, as origin
ally advertised to take place on Friday,
July 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 share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD,, Is due and payable
July ist, at the office of the undersigned.
411 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Arte. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June 1, 1900. 1550
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock (f this company as to
become due and payable at the office of
Castle & Cooke, Lti, on
June 1st. 1900,. 10 per cent. ($10.00 per
share): del nauent June 10th. 1000.
July ist, 1900, 15 per cent, (f 15.00 per
nirej; Delinquent juiy list.
W. A. BOWbN, Treasurer.
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd,
Kohala Sugar Co.
The books of this company will be
Closed to iransiers irom rrmay, July 20m,
ipoo, to Tueiday, July 31st, 1900, In
clusive. IS&W W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Co.,
The boo's of this company will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
loco, to Tuesday, July 31st., 1900, In
clusive. n84t4 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walmen Sugar Mill Co.,
The books of this company will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
1000, to Tuesday, July 31st, 1900, In
clusive. 158414 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this company will be
dosed to transfers from Friday, July 20th,
1000. to Tuesday, July 31st. 1900, In
clusive. J584t4 W. A. BOWfcN, I reasurer.
For iJJItlotuI Shlf-pln Ntw wt seventh rajt.
Monday .. .,
4. jo J.o.
5 .) S l
6.4a 9 )l
Last quarter of the moon on tho
18th at 7:01 p. m.
Tides from the 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 the mer .Ian of 157 30. The
time whlstlo r .wg at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the ime as Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers Prom Due
Nippon Maru San Francisco ..July 17
Moana San Francisco July 13
Hlo de Janeiro S. F. Juno 30
Steamers For Due
Alameda San Francisco July 20
City of Peking San Francisco July 27
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 17.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 86.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.97. Steady.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CI per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
17. Weather clear; wind light NE.
Tuesday, July 17.
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Allen, from San
.711111 iwaidiu, uic&viy. irum namaKua;
4928 bags Honokaa sugar to F. A. Schae-
rer a: -o.
Monday, July 16.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, for Makawell.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Kapaa
Stmr Helene. Sachs, for Paauhau. Ku-
kulhaele, Ookala, Papaaloa and Laupa
hoehoe. T. K K. America Maru. Golnr. tor S.in
Tuesday, July 17.
Stmr Klnau. Clarke, for Maul and Ha
Am. sclir. Maria b. Smith. Nelson, for
the Sound, In ballast.
uer. dk. bolide. Schumacher, for the
Sound, In ballast.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEBNOON.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Waimea at
at 4 P-m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
and Kllaueaat 4 p. m.
Stmr Mokolll, NapeU, for Molokal ports
at 5 p. m.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for N
wiliwlll, Koloa and Eleele at 5 p. m.
T. K. K. N. Nippon Maru, Allen, for
China and Japan at 5 p. m.
From Hamakua, per stmr. Iwalanl, July
17. Mrs. McLennan, Mrs. Lydgate, Mrs.
Alary Alau, M. Hlno and 16 on deck.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K. Nip
pon Maru. July 17. Rear Admiral and
Mrs. L. A. Beardslee. For Yokohama:
Mrs. E. S. Alfred, Mrs. C. E. Alfred, Rev.
J G. Cleveland, Mrs. J. G. Cleveland,
three children and infant. A. Dutllleul,
Mrs. N. J. Fowler, Sampei Herao, N. Inu
zuka.T. Nose, Van Osten, A. Witzlg.
For Nagakl: Captain L. Hlntze. For
Shanghai: Miss Miry E. Woods. Foi
Hongkong: Naval Cadet R. A. Aber
nathy, Naval Cadet C L. Arnold, Sur
geon A. R. Alfred, Mrs. J. M. Buiroughs,
Ensign J F. Babcock, Lieut. C. B. Brit
tain, Lieut. W. H. K. Bullard, Naval
Cadet F. D. Berrlan. Naval Cadet B. T.
Bulmer, Lieut. R. K. Crank, Lieut. Com.
J. C. Colwell, Ensign W. P. Cronan,
Naval Cabet J. H. Comfort, Naval Cadet
H. Ellis Naval Cadet C. S. Freeman,
Lieut. Com. J. C. Fremont, Com. C. T.
Foise, Lieut. Com. R. H. Gait, Lieut. W.
A. Gill, Com. Perry Garst, Lieut. H. M.
P. Huse. Lieut. R. D. Hasbrouck, Lieut.
Com. W. F. Halsev, Naval Cadet J. F.
Hellwlg, Ensign D. C. Hanrahan, Naval
Cadet W. N. Jeffers, Mrs. T T. Jackson,
Lieut. J. J Knapp, A. S. Mlhara, Neva!
Cadet R. T. Menner, Com. J. S. Ogden,
Lieut. H. B. Price, Lieut. T. W. Ryan,
Naval Constr. T. F. Yuhm, Mrs. H.
Rodriguez, Mrs. M. C Raysor, J. J.
Shute, Flng Shoakte, Naval Cadet G. W.
Steele, Lieut. C. S. Stanworth, Naval
Cadet C. R. Train, Naval Cadet W V.
Tomb, Lieut. R. H. Townley, J. ? Van
Buren, Naval Cadet L. E. Wright, Naval
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr Klnau,
July 17 Mrs. B. Andrews and two child
ren. Mrs. J. O. Spencer, child and maid,
S. M. Spemer, wife and 2 children. Lung
Foo, H. A. Allen, J. O. Carter, Jr., Major
Wood, wife and child, H. B. Hall G. W.
Carr, C. H. Brown, W. M. Levensaler, C.
F. Brush, C. T. Day, W. S. Bartlett and
wife J. R. Bergstrom. Wm. Stoddard, V.
A. Vettlesen, W. H. Cornwell, Jr.. H. H.
Renton, Dr. W. A. Schwallle. W. J. Dyer,
Miss era May and maid. Youne Chee.
John A. Baker, Rev. Raymond, Rev. Hen
ry, Ernest Aklna, Rev, Mathlas, Arthur
Aklna, Mrs. Bell and daugnter, Lillle Ah
Kl MlsLucv M'fhl, Mr-. W.trJ, Mls
W-id, Mrs. F. fc. Coudert, Dr. F. E.
Coudert, AVs. C J. Vivas Mrs. M.v and
2 clillJrrn, Miss G. S. Patterson. Miss J.
Angus, W. P. Whitley, G. H. Angus,
Mrs. b. P. Low and family, Miss Helen
Gardner, Ml. Darrow, Miss M. Wot her
poon, Mr. G. A. Stephens and daughter,
Mrs. Creues. Miss Cardner, Miss A.
Buchanan. Miss Kekuewa Miss S.
Smythe, Cspt. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs.
uowuen, waiter niacanane, u. a. mever,
Mrs. G. G Sunny and son, Laurie Pall,
Lillle Pall. David Pali. Mrs. Kaneakua
and Chas. Buchanan.
There Is a lumber laden barkentlne off
The British ship Dechmont salted from
Newcastle for this port, July 1.
The Marie E. Smith and Solide both
silled In ballast for the Sound this fore
noon. One of Jhe oilers of the Iwalanl had
the forefinger of his right hand mashed
while attending to his cutles about the
engines of the steamer vesterday.
For Maul ports, per tmr Claudlne, July
17. at 5 p. m. Dr. R. McKlbbln. Mrs. R.
H. Berg and child, Lillian Plhl, H. Giles
and son. Father James. Father Valentine,
Wm. Moznett. P. McGinnls, W. T.
Schmidt. Miss Helen Faklla. Mrs. R. K.v
ulmakaole, Miss E. Muther, Katherlne
amnn. Lonn smitn u. B. Robertson, J.
A. Tuthlll, Mrs. J. O Wihler, Mrs. S.
Davis, Rev. Frank, Rev. Morris, Rev.
Theodore. Miss E. A. La Vov. J. Maka-
eha. Miss Bates, Ml Shaw, Ah Hung,
C. Kim Sing, See Chlng, John Kamana-
oiu and j. h. iNisnwitz.
Arrived In San Francisco, July 1, schr
Helen N. Kimball, from Mahukona; July
4, schr Mary Dodge from Honolulu; De
parted July 4, bkt S. N. Castle for Hono'
lulu; July 6, schr Robert Lewers for Hono'
lulu; July 7, bk Santiago for Hllo.
Arrived In port Townsend July 1, bk
Oakland, schr Albert Meyer and bkt Ame
I la from Honolulu.
The sp Marie arrived In Royal Roads
, from this port, July I. The schr John A
silled from Port Gamble for this port July
7 and the schr Fannie Adele from San Dl
ejo on the 8th.
Sin Diego, July 5. The Sttathgyle ar
rived this evening eleven days from Hono
lulu ana forty-two days from Hongkong.
Only about 200 tons of her cargo Is to be
discharged here. She goes direct to San
Francisco tomorrow afternoon.
The steamer bring a remarkably clear,
bill of health. As soon as the steamer has
been discharged of her cargo at San Fran
cisco she will be turned over to the Gov
ernment to be fitted as a transport.
Latest Freights and Charters.
F. S. Redfield, Am sell, 371 tons (at
Gamble) lumber thence to Honolulu, by
Pope & Talbot.
Amelia, Am bkt, 338 tons (at Blakeley)
lumber thence to Honolulu, by Renton,
Holmes & Co.
Highland Light, Am bk, 1179 tons
coal from Tacoma to Honolulu.
Lumber for Hawaii.
San Francisco, July 7. Nineteen car
goes of lumber have been shipped from
Eureka to Hawaii since the first of the
year, the shipments amounting In the ag
gregate to $1831,43 feet, valued at H4,'
945.67. The last cargo to leave the north'
em port was carried by the Berte Minor.
American Troops for Taku.
(Associated Press Special.) '
Washington, July 10. General Mac-
Arthur cabled the War Department
that the 14th Infantry and the 5th Ar
tillery will leave on Friday for Taku.
Other troops are being sent to replace,
Reward tor Body.
John W. Mncdonald for himself nml
other friends of the late Emll Uhl-
brccht, drowned nt Makapu .Point on
Sunday, offer a substantial reward for
the recovery of tho body.
ROSENBERG Iu San Francisco, July
8, Fannie, beloved wife of Loin
Rosenberg, and dearly belovud
mother of Charles, Joseph, Bertha,
Manfred, Emma and Arthur Rosen
berg, Mrs. S. W. Lederer of Hono
lulu, Mrs. Simon Newman and Mrs.
T. Davis, a native of Alltenaw, near
Hamburg, Germany, aged 61 yearn
and 4 months.
MINTON At the French Hospital,
San Francisco, July 6, 1900, Follco
U, beloved wlfo of William M. Mln
ton of Honolulu, and mother of Wil
liam M. Mlnton, Jr., aged 38 years
7 months and 24 days.
A large money reward will be paid to
any person or persons who will recover the
body of the late Emll Uhlbrecht, drowned
at Makapuu Point on Sundav, July 15,
IOOO. J. W. iriAV-LJUNAMJ.
The General S. C. Armstrong Industrial
Association of the Hltfi School will meet
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Teachers and all
Interested In the work are Invited. Annual
election of officers, reading of leportr, etc
J. N. TACGAP' ,
1 J85it becrtlary.
Milch Cows for
W. S. WITHERS, Mi
Vi. i Iht flmmm uitl h imutttd t
ft ttmtt hnt ot iiitticn; if untt two
iHiftft'Mi; 10 tent tmi ttvik, 40 tmtt twe uttkt,
sJ to ttmtt et moflf. Jktt it tit tbttl Sw
tirint tvtr vfftrtd tit ftoptt $ tttmttulu.
IMMEDIATELY, an experienced tawtBlll hand: om
I who thoroughly understands runnlnr moulding
machine and shsper, Call at J. A. Moppet '1 Mill,
rwt ai rerore rnaiy, juty to, 'Bvwl
WANTED-FIRST CUSS Bifbcr.
UANTED SMALL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE
'' luiublf lof two yodiiK men. AJJrtst X Bul
l.tln Olrlc.. ijSiwi
UANTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED
ROOMS tultabK (or younf nun. AJ4r.it B
Dull.lln Oftkt. ilSi"l
MANTED-A FURNISHED ROOM, without boatd
" In "y pitl ol Hit clly, rr !. It (nth air
and w.lrr, for a itnttt ctntlcmanj Adirtn with
t.m. HjH., tfn ot "Bull.tln." iSiti
WANTED - EMPLOYMENT ot oraeklnd ly
youiiK man with machln. .hop fiptrlrncc. Plan
atlon fttUtttA, koo! (.commentation AdJr.n S,
L. thli offic. ,s8iw,
WANTED-A JEWELER; ttrajy and r.llaMa.
Apply to H. W. Foi'tr & Co.. 109 Hot.l Si.
,1ANTtD-WATCIirSto repair by lr M It
" y.ata xptl.nc Ci. DlblZ, .it Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE (or cl.an Col
ton Ragi. Appply at Bulletin Office. 1 jtvtf
WANTED-To tell 400m Manila Clgart at jc.
" each. Mrtl. Cigar Stor., not to Orpheum.
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In drcumalclnr
deparlment. Whitney ea Marth. 1 566
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyttert tervrd In tha ttiell only Try hit
faaout Ham and let Sandwlchei and Coflea, Cor
Nuuanu and Htt.1 ttrxti. DICK DALY, Proprietor,
FOR RENT-On Proioect. comer Magarlni St
ilaialrairXt hnenal n( A eiuaai Saat. I.lae.. ...
, r u will, 1(1111, H11VIICII. WKtm
vant quarters: eooJ lew jjod air nln ground.
vi tuiuwr faiittuiari mffty o uear. Lansing to.,
Judd Bul'dlng tji .tf
TO LET-TOR RENT jnewcofarei.cornerVounr
m .i;JcAf,lln St McCully Tract. Apply 401
COR RE NT-SI Nlcelv FURNISHED ROOM:
I I rooms StiltaHe for Itrht hnutekMrlnc. Ififinlr
446 Punchbowl atrett,
1 5 Tim 1
1 nt premises or .Mrs. A. Hon. on Kin St.. near
1 Walklkl switch, unfurnished, possession at once:
low irrmi. nppiy io jpnn r. i,oirurn. ?M
COR RENT A comfortable modern Cottage central
ly located. J. H. Schnack, tij Merchant street
COR RENT-Nlcely Furnished Rooms centrally lo-
1 cated. Apply at jsi deretanla st. near Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFICt. Apptv to J. M. Monsarrat,
.w. .y rwilHHll .W..1. ,,,
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at pretent
occueted bv Mr. T. H. Rlhu.n Anl ,a
Ml M. S. GRINBAUM ft CO.
'O LET Tha retldmca of John En. a, Walvlkl
' furnlihed or unfurnlahed. Urn yard and
houte, bam and atablea. To let at a whole or In
part For further partlctilari. apply Is JOHN ENA
I I. I. 5. N. Co.'. oSIca, Queen afreet. s.te-tt
FOR SALE TWO brand niwtklfft. Apply S. P
Peterton, rear o( Government yard, corner Ala
kea and Allen tit. oppotllc Mthmarkel. P.O. Boa 110
COR SALE-tjxii. coiner Protpect and Hackfeld
ttreett; nice home, good view, tmall houte, cheap;
?"". ."5" '. 'rpreclated, Apply to Gear.
Lantlng & Co . JuJd Building. it8,tf
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mott
- - iwviiw. aw,uiniHE in. pi.KIKI VII a Of
Hon. II. P. Baldwin Apply Mrs. K. Vida.
PR SALE-ONE light tprlng dray, mule and har
neit. one heavy dray, mule and hamen: will re
told cheap. Apply to E. B. Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sta. ii6,m.
COR SALE-A JERSEY BULL to months old from
beit ttraln ot W. G. Irwin'! Imported Jertcyt
alto one young grade Holtteln Jertey cow In calf
by Leahl Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTH.
nt King ttreet. , jjgtf
I OTS OF LOTS-Alto HOUSES AND LOTS
For Salt. For Rent. For Leate.
. k , WILLIAM SAVIDGE. '
toft Merchanl St. Honolulu, H. I.
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tlra Phaeton, tingle harnen. All fill
clatt. CalloraddretaJ. W. ClubMablet m.-lf
COR SALE-S.oo. Laatej of t-ltory butlnttt
property on Fort ttreet e. yeart to run. Ground
Rent S80 par annum. A barjraln. Apply to
eoo Merchant ttreet.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St,
boaTOa'n1" " E' ''"'Ltj-
PR SALE Siooo. LOT In belt portion of Kallhl
tlia 801150. Apply to
No. )io Fort ttreet.
FS.fBE:yLjA.Ni5?v,.,vAAsu PARTS ri,IHE
I OST-A PAIR OF OPERA GLASSES with an
Jj" Intcrlptlon on the front of the glatt "Kim to
Ethel." Return the tame to Bulletin office and get
A PAIR OF SPEr.TAf-l FS Th fin.l..
will receive a liberal reward at thli office; 1177
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI, bttten
dipot and hthmarkaU Flndet wilt please return
sametto this office and receive reward. 1x7711
BOARD AND ROOMS.
"THE BALMORAL, Young ttreet. town tide, superior
board and roomt; newly furnished terms moder
ate. Telephone 807. ijoo-ira
FRENCH AND QBRMAN.
AN EDUCATED Rutslan gentleman, recently ar
rived here, who has been long In Frarce and
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 give private lessons. Terms, three lessons
per week, Ii. a month, Address, A. G, V. Laklmell
Villa, 619 Hotel street, near Punchbowl. is(mi
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Eapress Co
mi w 11 1 , c ann u rwit sale. tc.iir
DUDOLPH DUNCAN statas that h. la 'still In th.
s rock and earth business although he has sold his
,111c, , ,o 111. panaai putincst.
OfJce. JUthel suect la II. R. Hltchccck't law
WHEN YOU . .
THE - WINDSOR
First class and homelike.
MRS. Q. B. ROBERTSON,
Wjiluku, Maui. 1585ml
1900 RAH BLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
javaa cAMrv no di aim rimicu BBattVj
FiWHJ innv-i ui 1
E. 0. HALL
Bargains in Furniture
6? 25 per cent cheaper 9
Than in any other store in the
Hawaiian Islands !
BERETANIA STREET, REAR FIRE STATION.
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Constantly - Do -
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, 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 Ladies Black Alpaca and brillantine''Dress:
Skirts." Tailored Suits
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautifuU
hanging skirts Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Complete stock of Bathing Suite for Ladies, Gents,.
Misses and Children from 3 years to 10 years.
Pacific Import Co.
unin 1 n.iti fornix
& SON, Ltd,
I. X. L;
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - :
PROPERTY FOR SALE
it In All Parts ol the City :s
Beautiful House, Nuuanu Valley, Puu
nul, Marine View, beautiful climate, Rood
house and stables, good macadamize ot
road right to the door, 300 feet attitude.
"Healthy, Picturesque and Romantic."
House and Lot, Punahou, only $3000.
Corner Klne and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block