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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1900.
COWS AND CHICKENS
Just arrived on the Mary E. Foster, a fine lot of Cows and
Chickens that will be closed out at a sacrifice as we are over
stocked in this line.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., PROPS.
W. H. RICH, Pres.
-33 Queen Stpeai
The Battery Gamp
On THURSDAY, July 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
I will sell at Public Auction, bv order of
the Hoard 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.
J 584 Auctioneer.
ON FRIDAY, JULY 20TH,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 31 Queen street, I will
ell at Public Auction the unpermitted
(tores 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
tin e months and noc 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 tent or two and
one-half dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
Juiy 1 si, ai me omce 01 ine uncersignej
All Fort slreot. J. H. FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June I, I goo, iyo
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock cf this comnanv as to
4 become cue and payable at the office of
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., on
June 1 st, igoo, 10 per cent, (f 10.00 per
share): dellnauent June 10th. 1000.
July 1st. 1000, 15 per cent. (1 15.00 per
tnarej: delinquent juiy list.
W. A. BOWbN, Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
Kohala S injur, Co.
The books of this company will be
ciosea 10 iransiers irom rriaay, July 2otn,
"loco, to Tueiday, July 31st, 1900, In
clusive. .58414 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Co.,
The booVs -of this company wlll.be
closed to transfers Trom.Frlday, July 20th,
loco," to Tuesday, July 31st.,, iqoo, In
i84t4 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.,
The books of this cnnpany will be
closed to transfers from Friday, July joth,
ipoo, to Tuesday, July 31st, igoo, In
clusive. 15844 W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this company will be
closed to transfers frnm Friday, July 20th,
1000, to Tuesday, July Jist, iqoo. In
158414 W. A. BOWEN, Measurer.
For aJiltlonil Shirring News km tcventh pig.
Monday . .
J o I to
4 50 8.oa
6 o o 11
Last quarter of the moon on the
IStli at 7:01 p. 111.
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 Timo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mer Jan of 167 30. The
time whistle r ,ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the amo as Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing (or the re
mainder of this nnj the whole of next
month sro as follows:
Steamers From Due
Illo de Janeiro S. F. Juno 30
Steamers For Due
Alameda San Francisco July 20
City of Peking San Francisco July 27
Weather Dureau, Punahou, July If!.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, SG.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.0C. Rising.
Dew Point 72F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 87 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
18. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Tuesday, July 17.
Br. S. S. Moana, Carey, from San Fran
Br. S. S. Uloemfonteln, Blelloch, from
Am. bktn. S. N. Castle, Hubbard, 13
days frnm San Fran Isco.
Am. bktn. Skagit, Robinson, 22 days
frjm Port Gamble with lumber.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokai.
Tuesday, July 17.
Stmr Ke.uihou. Mosher. for Walmea.
Stmr James Mjkee, Tullett, for Kapaa
Stmr Mokolll, Napeh.for Wolokai ports.
StmrW.-G. Hall, Thompson, for Ni
wlllwlll. K0I01 and Eleele.
T. K. K. N. Nippon Maru, Allen, for
China and Japan.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Br. S. S. Moana, Carey, for the Colo
nies. Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
and Kukulhaele at 10 a. m.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G, Hall.
July !7.-Mr. and, Mrs. Frlck, F. T. R.
Waterhouse, Miss Elsie Waterhouse, D.
Mackay, S. C. Hisell, A. Waterhouse,
Mrs. Gardner, John Benito.
For Walmea, per stmr. Keauhou, July
I7- W. A. Kinney, Chong Kee and Ako.
The Iwalanl saMs for Honokaa and Ku
kulhaele at 10 a. m. tomu'rou.
The next sleamer from the Coast will be
the Rio de Jenelro, due Thursday, July 26.
Henry John was arrested this morning
on the charge of common nuisance Flint
was taking a prlsoi er to a vessel at
Brewer'' wharf when Johnson jostled
him. 'I he officer tc Id Johnson to be care
ful whereupon the latter told him to go to
warmer regions and used other abusive
language. Johnson was under the Inllu
ence ot liquor.
New Schooner Aeolus.
San Francisco, July 9 The new
schooner Aeolus, which was launched ten
days ago at Captain Matthew Turner's
yard at Benlcla, was brought to this city
yesterday afternoon and Is at the bulkhead
between Mission wharves 1 and 2. The
vessel was built for the Salult Company,
in the Marshall Islands, and will sail for
the Islands in about a week with a cargo
of general merchandise ar.d four passen
gers. The Aeolus has accommodations for
eight pajsengers. She Is commanded by
Captain Wellbacher and has a length of
100. feet, with beam of 24H feet and depth
of 10 feet. The Aeolus will remain In the
Marshall Islands trade.
Pop Nngnttiikl Direct.
San Francisco, July 11. The transport
Sumner will sail next Monday for Naga
saki with a detachment ot the Fifteenth
Infantry and w III go direct to the Japanese
port. The fact that the Sumner Is under
orders to pass Honolulu and all possible
haste in reaching NigasaUI with the
troops is regarded as proof that the Amer
icans ate to take an active part In the
quelling of disturbances In China,
H. 8. Klucmfotcln.
The British S. S. Bloemfonteln, Blel
loch commander, arrived In port early this
morning, en route to Melbourne. The
Bliin'mtIn Is '-n-n Port B'akely with a
lare cargo uf lumber.
Mohican In ComintiiHlon.
San Francisco, July 10 The training
ship Mohican Is expected to go Into com
mission at Mare Island today, and within
a few days will tike on board about 200
landsmen who have been recruited In the
East and are dally expected bv train. The
Mohican will, It Is reported, go on an
eighteen months' open cruise, probably
visiting Puget Sound, Auttralla and Ma
nila. Most of the regular crew will con
sist of Jack tars who have had experience
at sea, but the landsmen will be given an
opportunity to learn the ropes. Captain
Drake will command the Muhlcan.
About Mllle Morris.
The schooner Malolo will be dispatched
to Kauai this afternoon. Returning, she
and the schooner Lady will be sent to Ka
neohe to raise the wrecked schooner Mllle
Morris. Not until this done can It be de
cided whether or no the Mllle Morris can
besived. 1 he extent of the damage done
to her will first have to be tscertalned.
Dr. Crcally of Sydney, Nr .South
Wales, has hail an experience with
anti-alcoholic serum that throws ilouht
on tho clllcncy of the serum discovered
by the Paris doctors, Sapelller, Thc
bault and llrocn. Dr. Crevnlly liegar.
his experiments oer two years r.M nt
the Sydney Institute of Bacteriology.
Ho subjected a calf to n long term of
enforced drunkenness, obtained a
scrum from It and Injected It into sev
eral confirmed drunkards. After two
or three Injections they gave up drink
ing and the doctor thought that his
dlscoery was established. He found,
however, that after a week his sub
jects took to drink as hard as ever
and came to the conclusion that their
temporary cure was due tc the Imagin
ation. His opinion was confirmed
when they returned to him and after
he had injected clear water into them
Instead of the Intoxicated calf scrum
they declared their repugnance for al
cohol and kept sober for u few dajs.
CEMENT FROM SLAG.
In a paper recently read before tho
Iron and steel Instltuto of Great Brit
ain by Rltten on Schwnrz, the method
of making cement from bias; furnace
slag was described. The slag Is first
I granulated and then reduced to a Hue
.sand, In which condition It Is mixed
with limestone and slaked lime, tho
'mixture being ground to a flue pow
der. This powder Is mixed with water
and moulded Into bricks, which are air
dried, and then burned to clinker In a
specially designed furnace. Tho dlnker
Is stored for nbout six weeks ami then
ground in n mill, becoming a. inent
which possess exceptional tenslld
.strength and resistance to compres
A traoler returning from Siberia
says: "The prisoners are not chained.
They cat nt the same tahlo with their
gdnrds. The Government provides n
pension of ?G a month to the family of
each prisoner. At tho expiration of his
sentence tho prisoner can take up his
homo In Siberia, and tho Government
will assist him. It allows him a liorr.e
and Implements with which to work."
A Tribune "Blue Strenk" was ridden
by C. M. Murphy who mnde the fastest
mllo on record.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
af Emma Street
f 9-11 A.M.)
HOURS: 1 2-4 P.M TrXEHIIONi:: 48)
1 7 o P.M. J
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co., w III be held Sat
urday, August itsih, igoo, at 10 o'clock
a.m., at the rooms of Mie Chamber of
Commerce, for the purpose of amending
i5Xfrnn W. L. HOPPER,-Secretary.
At the annual meeting of WM. G.
IRWIN it CO., LTD.,, helJ on Tuesday,
July 17, 1900, the following stockholders
weie elected to serve as officers of the
Company for the ensuing year, vlr.:
Wm. G. Irwin. President and Manager.
Claus Spreckels, First Vice-President.
W. M. Ulftard, Second Vice-President.
H M. Whitney, Jr., Secretary and
Geo. J. Ross, Auditor.
H. M. WHITNEY,
A large money reward will be paid to
any person or persons who will recover the
hiulv nf 111 Lit Fmll lllilhrorlit drntim-.l
at Makapuu Point on Sundav, July 15,
1900. J. W. mAUUUNALU.
Notice to Creditors.
All claims against J. M. Camara, de
ceased, must sent to Mrs. Augusta Uel.
uJinlnisi.a r. uf the es ite.
W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
Vi. in tktt tulumn null ht iuttrttd nt
it ttntt hmt one inttrtiem it ttnti two
fffiftfftffti,' to ttntt ont wtth, jtt ttntt iru Uttltt,
snJ ta ttntt cut mtcntb. 7tn ittbi tktstttt nixtr
tiiimf tvtr tfftrtJ tht ptotft t Honolulu,
ANTCD-AN ixio CAMERA. AJJrf,. ptioto
IMMEDIATELY. tiptrltnc.J lawnlll ti.nl: on.
I who IhoroutMy unJ.ril.ndt runnlnff a moulding
m.chine and ih.ptr Cm t J. A llorr' Mill,
Foil SI . lfort Md.y. July to. ,8jwt
WANTED-FIRST CUSS tUtfcr. Arfly Union
B.tbtf Shop. n-wi
UANTED-SMAIL UNFURNISHED COTTAGE
- .uii.ci. tor iwo young ncn AJjrm X liul
l.tln Offic. i;8iwi
UANTED-TWO OH THREE UNFURNISHED
ROOMS untitle for young mtn. AJdrt.i n
Hullttln Ofhc. ijStwi
WANTED--A FURNISHED ROOM, without t-o.rd
In y rirt ol tht city, rre Ihtt. Iilrtih.lr
ni war. for tlntle gtntlm.n.
irrni, ii. n.. car. 01 DUii.un.
tWANTED-EMPLOYMENT ol ion. kind ty
juudK man wiinmimnr nopf pfnence l'In
tlon prrfmtJ, rooJ rcommenititjn A4Jrts S,
L ihltoffto tjStwt
ANTED-A JfWrLEH. ttniy ar4 rttliMt,
Appiy w n. v roi rr t.0 , 109 iioiel 5!,
OANTFD-WATCIIESlo t.rilr by loettr ol
ymr.tl.n. (1. DlblZ, .it NuuinuSt
ID PAPERS TO EXCIMNOE forclcinCot
ion Kigi. rrriy i uuikim oisce. ijN-'
UANTED-To Hit loom Minlli Clgiri il jc.
cbvii. myin. ..K.r sior., n.ii 10 urfntum.
EXPERIENCED SEWINO GIRLS In dr.nmiHlng
d.pifliiinl. Whitney & Mmh ij66
THE OWL LUNCH AND ovstfb Dnnu
Oy;M Mrv.d In Ih. ih.ll only Try hli
finoui Him and tgg Sindlrh.i ind Cofr.a Cor
Nuuinu ind HlKI tlrntt. DICK DALY, Prorrldor
TOR REST-On Pro.r.cl. comr Mignlna Si.
a dtilriMa hotni of 6 roomt. lath, kilch.n. a.r
yinir quan.rt. gooj vltw good a If nice ground!
For lurilwr rartlculart apply to Gar, Laming & Co ,
Judd Building nfli'tf
TO LET--FOR RENT new col ag...comr Young
M vS.1! ,"""" S" M'Cul' Trio. Apply aoj
COR RENT-SU Nlrtly FURNISHED ROOM
V, .'. '0l!!, "" ' llRht houwln.plng. Inquire
. . ...... iiiimi
I ,...... ...' """ on ,,n 3f. near
a Walklkl iwluh. unfurnished, poueolon it owe:
'III n, mi.. .t U. . Ii... . r.
.,....-. n)ii7iu.WHr,wtwnil ijTj-tr
PnUDCWTl. , ..t. . .
r . V ' .' . "'"'wini'ie moaernuni-agerentril-
ly lociled. J. H. Schnick. j Metchint itreet
COR RENT-Nkely FumliheJ Rooms cenlrally lo-
cited. Apply il j. Uerelinlt it. neir Punchbowl
S.. "-' -. nppiy 10 j, ai, monurrit.
ho. i Mercninl iireet. iiiitl
dtmt rtrmr . ... . .. .. .
TO LET-COTTAGE on Piuol Road it preunt
I ortuel.il hvMff T. II r.iKaA- i..iw.
iill M. S. GRINBAUM c CO
TO LET-The rcildenct of John Eot al Wilklkl,
a furnished or unfurnished. Urge yard ind
house, bira and stables. To 111 an whol. or In
rf,Fe,L,"I!!".l',tlcul' 'PPtylo JOHNENA
all. I. S N.Co.'i office. Queen ilreel. 1,6,-11
COR SALE-TWO brand n.w skiffs. Apply S. P
Peterson, rear of Government ) ird. corner Ali
ke! and Allen its. orposlle rishmaikel. P O. lloi .so
COR SALE-rmsi, coiner Prospect and llackfrld
streets; nice home, good view, small housei chaap,
?"' .,rX" ". . rr'tiiid. Appty i Oar,
Lan,lng& Co.Ji Jd Bull4lrig i.Bi-ll
FR SALE-SCENIfRESIDENCE SlTlfMoTi
Hon. H. P. Baldwin. Apply Mrs. K. Vila.
pV. w..hw wi.. hkiii iiiK yrajr, inuit? inj nil"
,."": ne ntvy dray, mule an J harocts: will b
lold cheap. Apply io E. U. Thomas, cor. Klne ani
POD CAI FrWR It.i. ...i a -. . L .
COR SALE-A JERSEY BULL do months old from
i h .train nf W l 1.1.. I .. . t
also on. young grade Holsteln J.ri.v row Inr.lf
hv I hi 1
Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTII,
tT King strut.
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
- For Sile. For Rent, For Lease
. u , ,r. WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
o6M.rchant St. Honolulu. II. I.
ITOn IAIF..nMn r.ruit -.nnt.r.r! -.r.c.
Rubber Tin Piueton, single harness. All first
class. Oil or iddress J, W, Club Slables ijja-tt
COR SALE.4tnn 1 -..a nf ... k...i.
a property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
nwinvraiawiMui. . G.tE.in ADriVIO
106 Merchant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St .
boaTO'1" " D"- " """"" ,'i:E-
PR SALE-I1000, LOT In best portion ol Killhl
1I11 80x130. Apply to
F0g,?YBylrv,,NVAL "ARTS rj8IHE
I OST-A PAIR OF OPERA GLASSES Hh an
i". '"CT'ptloo on Ihe front nf fie gliss "Kim to
Ethel.' Ralufn the lam. tn ll.itutin M.. .....
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
'- will receive a liberal reward at this office, im
I OST-'-fteJ and Yellow FEATHER LEI. bel.een
- depot and hshmatket. Flnde' lll plfil. return
same.to this office and receive rewlrd. lTTIt
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL. Young street. ton side; surerlor
S hnar.l an.f r.u.m. m.u.1.. ln..l.li., .... .. ,.-
ate. Telephone tor. ijt6-im
FKUNCH AND OCRMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gent'eroan, recently jr
" lived here, who has been long In Frar ce and
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 gte private lessons Terms, three lessons
K!,1k' !" ". mon,n- ' A.G V Liklmela
Villa. 619 Holel slreet. near Punchbowl. it(mi
?MS,luJi8l".fc?. W E'rr... Co
.... .Mini, Jnnw tJn JALC l!41tt
RUDOLPH I DUNCAN tUtes that he Is stUI In the
1 . 'ft 5d IT!1 t""lne, Ithouth b ha oU his
Mitfsai in ma u.iai miimckt,
ytht trect lo H. R Hltchccck't law
WHEN YOU . .
THE - WINDSOR
FIRST CLASS AND HO.MLLIKE.
MRS. Q. B. ROIIERTSON,
Walluku, Maul. 1 58. m 1
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
Wm FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH RS
E. 0. HALL
Bargains in Furniture
25 per cent cheaper S?
Than in any other store in the
Hawaiian Islands !
BERETAHIA STREET, NEAR FIRE STATION,,
8. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
On - Hand
New Shipment? Every Month.
SPECIAL -SALE - DAYS
S-tj-C Ujg. f-C ttSf- &(
: 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.
"- v.:;-fGhoice sele"riiorisin wKitei'P.'K- Sk1s..YrAKanld--some
selection of Ladies Black Alpaca and brillantine Dress.
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautiiull
hanging skirts Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Complete stock of Bathing Suits for Ladies, Gents,.
Misses and Children from J years to 10 years. .
Pacific Import C a
& SON, Ltd,
:: King -Street.
I. X. L.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In All Parts ol the City j:j
Beautiful House, Nuuanu Valley, Puu
nul, Marine View, beautiful climate, Kood!
house and stables, good macadamise of
road right to the door, 300 feet attitude
"Healthy, Pkturesque and Ramantlc."
House and Lot, Punahou, only $3000.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block