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Ttlf: EVtiNING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. I., TUHSDAY, JULY 24, 1900.
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COWS AND CHICKENS
Just arrived on the Mary E. Foster, a fine lot of Cows and
Chickens that wili be closed out at a sacrifice as we are over
stocked in this line.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., PROPS.
W. H. RICK, Pres. : -: W. S. WITHERS, Mfir.
11 83 Queen StresM
Shares of Stock
Republican Precinct CIuIih.
Will C. King, clinlrmnn nf the fourth
precinct chili lusucs n call to members
of (lid cluli to turn out tonight to ills
ciibs the advisability of taking part in
tho ratlflcntlon pnrmlo as n licilyr Tho
meeting will he held In tho Y. M. C. A.
hnll this evening, tho advertisement
nppenrlng under New Today. Other
precinct club meetings will he held this
or tomorrow evening according lo the
call ot tho various chairmen.
Tor edJitlonal Shipping Ncwi tee aevenlh pa ft.
Thursday ...A ;6j
The Custom House boys are anxious
ly awaiting the arrival of the Hlo do
Janeiro from San Francisco, for It Is r',lt' )
upon that steamer that they expect tho SiiJr 1
money which Is to go toward paying , Sunday ,
their salaries. Slnco tho beginning of Monday V
tho new dispensation they havo not
icceived a cent of pay.
A number of members of a negro
mlnstiel troupe who arrived from the
Colonics in the Alameda, ore expecting
to give a show at the Orpheum Satur
1 id. p.m
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8.18 to 6
9 ot ll.es
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AT let O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Hono
lulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of the Treasurer, Mr. H. A. Isenberg,
51 Shares of Stock In the P oneer Mill Co.
Ltd , being the fractional shares of the
.Honolulu, July aj, 1900.
Till: OIIEATEST WEALTH
Many a rich man suffering and sick
would give all his wealth for the re
turn ot good health. Rich and poor
can keep healthy If they pay atten
tion to nature's warnings of approach
ing disease. It your liver is sluggish.
If you feel dull .drowsy or Inactive; If
your heart doesn't pump right, palpi
tates, thumps, sometimes vigorous')'.
and sometimes faintly; If your bowels
are Inactive, or overactive; if your I
stomach falls you; If your kidneys fall
to act naturally; your health Is threat
ened; but there is still help for you it
you will tako Klckapoo Indian Sagwa.
You must act quickely. Disease Is pro
gressive; you must stop It at once.
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa will do 1L
Hobron Drug Co., agents for Klckapoo
Count Tolstoy has been giving his
views on the ethics of suicide, which
ho declares to be neither sensible nor
moral. Life, says CounC Tolstoy, has
not only been given us for our pleas
ure, but for our personal perfection,
and to serve general welfare. All work
appears in tho beginning disagreeable.
Life has been granted to man on condi- .
tlon that ho serves tho general unlver-1
sal good, and not that ho only makes '
use of his life us long as it is personally
ngreeablo to him. Public Opinion.
Will be received at the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works till 12 o'clock
noon of Thursday, July 26, for paving the
side walks around Thomas Square with
Bituminous Rock pavement.
Specifications at the office of Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the lowest
of any bid.
JOHN A. MCCANDLESS,
Supt. of Public Works.
July 24, 1900. 159 i-at
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL DESKS.
Sealed tenders for furnishing One Hun
dred and Twenty two dcuble school desks
for the use of 'the Department of Public
Instruction will be received until noon of
Monday, July jotli. Particulars as to
size, style, etc., can be obtained at the
.offii? of the Department.
The Department does not bind Itself to
. accept the lowest of any bid.
C. T. RODGERS,
Department of Public Instruction.
Honolulu, July 24th 1900. 1591-11
Tho quarterly bulletin of tho New
York Ilureau of Labor Statistics states
that only four laws affecting tho inter
ests of labor were added to the statute
book in 1900. These nro given as
Chapter 453, restricting tho hours of
drug clerks In New York city to seven
ty a week; Chapter 633, requiring the
provision of scats for waitresses In ho
tels and restaurants, as has heretofore
been the requirement for employers of
women nnd girls In factories; Chapter
298, amending tho eight-hour law, and
Chapter 461, amending the law respect
ing the licensing of engineers. Public
Flno Job Printing at
Schooner Robert Levvern.
Captain Goodman, who Is to bo mas
ter ot the W. B. Flint states that he
was neither surprised nor disappointed
at not finding that vessel at Honolulu.
Ho expected she would bo gone upon
his arrival here.
Captain Underwood, well known iu
Honolulu, is now tho master of tho
Ilobert Lcwers. Captain Goodman will
return to Ban Francisco as soon us pos
sible to take charge of tho Flint.
Captain Goodman further contradicts
the inaccurate story of tho Advertiser
fcy stating that tho Lcwers left San
Francisco on July G 11 nil not Juno 19;
also that the cuptnln who cume with
Jilm wsb not Donnurraun but Under
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Will E. Fisher's
New Moon on the 26th at 3:13 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahultil 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 mcr .Ian of 157 30. The
time wnistio r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which is the me as Greenwich Oh,
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMEP.S.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this anj tho whole ot next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Hlo do Janeiro S. F. July 26
Australia S. P. Aug. 1
Coptic S. P. Aug. 2
Mlowera Victoria Aug 4
America Main S. P. Aug. 10
Alameda S. F. Aug. 16
City of Peking S. F. Aug. 18
Gaelic S. P. Aug. 28
Australia S. P. Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
City of Peking S. F. July 27
Aorangl Victoria Aug. 1
Gaelic S. F. Aug. 4
Australia S. P. Aug 7
Hongkong Mara S. F. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 28
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
.Weather Ilureau, Punahou, July 24.
Temperaturo Morning minimum,
76; Mlddayl maximum, 86.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.98. Steady.
Dew Point 65 F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 68 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
24. Weather clear; wind fresh NE.
Monday, July 23.
simr Kauai, bruhn, for Eleele.
Stmr Walaleale. Green, 'nr Kana.i
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, forMskawell,
Stmr Mokolll.Napela.for Molokal ports,
Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, for Ksanapall.
Tuesday, July 24,
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Laha'
InaMaalaea. Kona and Kau.
Gas schr Surprise, Townsend, for Lalw
ina. Makena and Kona rjorts.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Hllo and way
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
ports at , p. m.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m.
StmrUpolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
iumu gums ai 4 p. m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
and Kil.iuca.it 5 p. m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Hanamuulu
at 5 p. m.
Schr. Norma, for Anahola. Kallhlwal
and, Hanalel at 5 p. 111.
For Hllo and way ports, perstmr Klnau,
July 24 Miss Bernfce Cook, Miss Anna
P. Uiung, Manual Richards, W. K. Aka
na, Mrs. U. Ihlhl, Miss T. Falke, Miss
Helen MM, J. N. Bell, Miss De Latlgue,
Mrs. C. W. Eccles, Dr. Watt, H. C. has
ton, W. W. Goodale, Win, Thompson, A.
A, Benson, E. Imhoff, C. W. Devereux,
J. Lucurgus, S. E. Lucas, .Geo. Andrews;
Edward W.Schluter, C. Weatherwax, j!
Martin, E. E Oldlng, A. A. Montano, F.
F. Dredge, Anlma, Ah Chong, H. F.
Sturtevant, E. M. Norrls, J. Rosa and
family, Mrs. M. Keohokalole, Mrs. John
AWLenon, Mrs. Lydgate, Miss S. L. Be
jlngton, E. Fernandez, Geo. D. Gear,
Capt.lt, Andrews and wife, Miss HstU
Ings. Mr. A. A. Montano and daughter, H.
A. Mott-Smlth. J. M. Rlggs, Mrs Mary
Chlllingwoith, Mrs. C. Clarke, W. O.
Smith, Mr. Geo. Herbert and children,
L. A. Thurston and wife, Mrs. N. G.
Noonan, M s Wllhelmlna Tenney Mrs. J.
H. Wise and Samuel Parker, Jr.
For Kauai, per stmr. Kauai, July 23
u, aii. ri,i. i.L . V? 11L.
. ""-, y. t 1 ig, . mcrvay, r. Wil
liams, r. waisn anu k,. o, ijvanaugh
4l. in lei, ttlumn uill a iniirtid
M ttnll a Umt .l imltrUoiti J !, I4
nfcrnoff,; to iimii one ur, 40 null two tit,,,
Fort Employment Agency
227 - King - Street,
: Telephone Main 58,
I TOo-m t
TO LET-URGE FRONT ROOM In plv.t. f.ml y
' m.ulci Thorn,, Squirt Electric Llthti. A4
drtiiA. U. C, P.O. Uoi?t. Pollution atone
TOLEr-tNlrtly Furnlih.i Cottar.! anj nlc.ty
(urnlsh.d rooms with r'lvll.K. of parlor and
flano. Apply to Air,. W. K. P.ron, 619 Hotel St ,
corn.r Punchtol Telephone 66. i)n-tl
COR RENT-A SUITE OF ROOMS lull.ble lor
houielieeplng, 6i Vineyard St. near Nuuami
COR RENT A larce and airy Iront room, .00 Be-
retaafa St., tear Fort. 15881,
pOR RENT-On Proipect. corner Majailna St,
a detlratl. home of 6 rocma: I ath, kitchen, aer
vanta quattera; good,, lew KOod air nice rrounda.
For further particular apply 10 Gear, Untlnir & Co.,
Juid llulldlnt, up.,.
T llT--FOR RENT 1 new cot im, comer Younr
' ". Arllilan Sti.. McCutly Tract. Apply ao
Mamki St. n8,.
TOR RENT-SIx Nicely TURNISHED ROOMS
. X '"" tollable lor light housekeeping Inquire
4,6 Punchbowl street. tsfsmi
THCpremltesef Mrs. A. Rosa, on Klnr St.. near
Walklkl switch, unlumlshed. possession at once:
low terms. Apply 10 John F. Colburn. !!)
COR RENT NlCelvFomllheiRnnnr.ntl. I.
- cated. Apply at jt llerelanlast. near Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFlCt. Apply lo J. M. Monsarrat.
1 No. 10 Merchanl street. mitf
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson. Apply lo
T.LETt1? """" ol John En at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Urn yard and
house, bam and ttablea. To lei at a whole or In
P.rwjurther particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
.... j. n. o. a omce. yueen atreel. leoe-tf
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
mm FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH &3C3C
YOUR CHOICE $40.00
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Bargains in Furniture
at the 1. x. L.
25 per cent cheaper 9
Than in any other store in the
Hawaiian Islands !
pOR SALE Lots 50x100 in Nuuanu tract ,s down
J10 per month. J. H. Schnack, 1,1 Merchant
' . lltl-tt
EV Remington Typewriter. Cheap. Aptly at
manuiaciurers Shoe Co , Fort street. ista-wa
PR SALE TWO brand new skin,, Apply S. P
kea and Allen ats. opposite rishmarket.'p.O. t)o tio
pOR SALE-tiis, corner Prospect and Hackfeld
streett: nice home, good view, small house; cheap:
must be seen to be appreciated, Apply to Gear.
Lansing & Co . JuJd Uulldlng. i,.
pOR SALE-ONE light spring dray, mule and har
, n: one heavy dray, mule and harness: will be
ui rnfin. anniu .a . u Va.. ..- v, .
ci.i. c7- "r.j -. w. u,i,( vu. iking ana
Smith Sts. ,,6.m.
pOR SALE-A JERSEY BULL eo months old from
bett ttraln of W. G. Irwln'a Imported Jerseys
also one young grade Holsteln Jersey cow In calf
by UahlUalry Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTH,
sit King street. isivtf
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
- For Sale, For Rent, For Lease.
too Merchanl St.
Honolulu, II. I.
BERETAHIA STREET, REAR FIRE STATI09.
uu SALt i4joo. Lease of t-ttory business
- p'vpnv on run sneer ta years to run. (Jround
wmu ev rf iiuiun, n oargain. Apply to
too Merchant street.
I OBDAttte L. H
SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St,
vet, esq. Inquire of O. E,
PR SALE-J1000. LOT In bast portion of Kallhl
alMloiiso. Apply to
no. IIP Fori street
Fc.?Yg,TlS.V.NVAAsa MRTS V
IMMEDIATELY, an experienced law-mlll hand; one
who thoroughly understands running a moulding
machine and shaper. Call at J. A. llorner'a Mllf.
WANTCD--AN Sxio CAMERA.
WANTED-FIRST CLASS Barber.
llANTED-WATCHEStorepalrby Jeweler of 11
yeart experience. G. DlblZ, 417 Nuuanu St
f)LD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot-v-r
Ion Rags. Aprply at Bulletin Office. 1 569.ll
WANTED-To sell 40.000 Manila Clears at c.
each Mtrtle Clpir Store. ra, n rirnh..,.
Mjrlle Cigar Store, next to Orpheum,
pXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
- depanminl. Whitney & Marsh. 1566
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM-
Ovsteri trrvtJ In fh hll nnu t... ki-
Oytteri urveJ In the shell
Nuuanu nj Hxel ttretti,
1 1 mom turn anj tgg SanJ.ches anj CoRee Cor
DICK DALY, I'rorrlttor
New Shipments Every Month.
BURNTTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:t In All Paris ol the City
17 acres bearing coffee, with Rood house,
coffee ma hlnery, etc., plenty of tropical
fruits. Onlv 1 miles from lanillnr"
12000 net, will buy a neat modem home,
with beautiful scenjc view, climate unex
ce ed. cooi roaJ. no moeaultne. elr.-trl,-
car line by the door.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
LOSTrA PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The SnJer
- will receive a liberal reward at this office, htt
1 uai-Ked and Yellow FEATHER LEI. between
1- d.pol and rishmarket. Flnlei will please tcturn
same.to this office and receive reward. 137,11
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL. Young street, town tide; tuperlor
a board and rtuimt n.tvlu fuml.tu., i..n. n... ,
ate. Telephone Eo?, ij66im
FRENCH AND UUKMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gentleman, recently ar
rived here. Who hat be.n lnnt. In Tra.r ,
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 give private lessons. Terms, three lessons
per week, Ji a month. Address. A. G V. Laklmela
Villa, tig Hotel street, near Punchbowl. i66mi
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Etpress Co
hat WHITE SAND FOR SALF P !., V
. . r '
Owing to the condemnation of the
Roval School premises, meftlnc nf fli
4th Precinct, 4th District Club of the He-
puDIIcan I'arty will be held at the Y. M.
C. A. IHIb (Tuesday) bVENING at
per stmr Walaleale July .
E. Tllden. Mr. HmrJTil.
den anil Miss C. M. Crosoy.
For Kauai, per stmr. Mlkahala, July 23.
J. McLennan and Miss BlacKstadt.
The Woman's Club of Palo Alto, Cal.,
acting through llio village lmprovo'
7:300 clock for the purpose of arranclnir ' . .. . .
for the Ratification delebratlon. arra"K'ng , mit committee, has arranged for the
July 24, 1900.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kiery kind of dntea md ftlfflcMH hear
In jr ran l ear4 by our new loTentkni onlr
Ibuaa UTin txu bora deaf are laourable. IVU
lalkeearcuMateaee, Bead pe.nicala.ra about
yoareaaa. Contuiutlou and adTioefre. Kferf
one ean core lilwaelf bit own sow 1 Ten
IIR. lALTBN'S AURAL CLINIC,
M UMlla Avenue, OUIOAQO, ILL., V.LjL
purchaee it ml distribution of a number
of large rubbish or trash boxes. These
uro to be as pleasing to tho eye as pos
sible, und each painted a different col-
tor and placed ut convenient distances
throughout the town. An appeul has
already been Issued to tho boys and
girls asking their cooperation
"cleaning up" and keeping clean.
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest lo the ballast business.
Offices Bethel street In H. R. Hitchcock's law
Lodge Le Progra de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A & A. S. RITE.
There will be a special meeting of Lodge
Le Progres de L'Oceanie, No. 124, A, &
A. S R., at Its hall, Masonic Temple,
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 7:3d
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodce Nil. 822 and all solnnrnlnr.
In brethren aie cordially Invited to be present.
, By order of the W.M.
E. D. I-KIEL,
We are now offering-
200 26-inch Rtfgs
In a large variety of Patterns to select from,
regular $2 00 Rug will be sold for a few days only at
No more than J : Rugs to any one party.
Pacific Import Co.
FortSt, Progress Block