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TUB nVfcllNO .UJ..LKTIN. HONOLULU, II. I., WBbNHSDAY, JULY 35, 1900.
COWS AND CHlCKEiNS
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, Pros. : w s WITHERS, Mfir.
M 83 Queen Street
Shares of Stock
PIONEER HILL GO.
On THURSDAY, July 26.
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, n Queen street, Hono
lulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of the Treasurer, Mr. H. A, Isenbere,
53 Shares of Stock In the Pioneer Mill Co.,
Ltd , being the fractional shares of the
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, July 23, 1000. 1590
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Al.ikea streets
FIRST CLASS TAMILV RESTAURANT
oftaT Meals at all hours "tcflo
Ah Chuck Proprietor
On and after August 1st, The Yoko
hama Specie Bank of this cltj will be a
branch of the bank In Japan. The agent
now In charge w III assume the duties of
K. J. IMANISHI,
Konu Sugar Co., Ltd.
All stockholders In arrears for assess
ments 7, Sand 9 will pleise take notice
that same must be paid at once or stock
will be advertised as delinquent and sold.
I-'. W. MCCHESNEY,
July 24, 1900 I5QI-W2
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co.,
1r1.11 I nut nml Dl.lrml
Tliv tixmt IriMful n'uilu III the worlil
In uiuiii'jr nmtliri nru lliu lrlli. A
Mrniiifir cnti go Into niiy nlmp mul gi't
n chock cnnlicil vUtliulit tliu IrnM illlll
cult), iIkiiikIi tin; proprietor nccr kiim
lilin before nml ncer hcnnl of the
dinner Itimk noun nrc utjt largel)
lined, us nlniont CUT) bniik In the conn
trj Imuicii note nut 111 1, 2, 13. .
nntl upnnril, nml tliey nrc nil looked
upon ns lieliiR ipilte nn good n Rold
Hut Hunk of Knglnml notes, eten In
tlie Inrge Ion in, nre looked upon with
suspicion, wlille III remote places peo
pic won't tnkc tliem nt nil. It Is snld
Hint this suspicion of Kugllsb notes Is
Troni the time of Jnnies It up to 7."i
yenrs ngo the law ns such with re
jrnrd to currency that If nn Irlshuiiin
wnnted to pny 100 In Kngl.iud he bad
to remit 118 fl. Sd.. while If lie were
bcliii: tiald n debt by nn r.iiKllslimnn
be rcceluil onlj M. Nnturnlly he
thought rather badly of ntigllsli money,
nnd In the UK) jenrs during which this
stnte of thing continued the IrNh x-o
pie liicnnie so duplj conlnced tint
John Hull was chintlng them that they
still regnrd the Itmik of Kuglnnd ns n
corporation of robbers.
The Jrii. In rrnnUfnrt.
George Hi nudes thus describes the
position of the .lews In I'rnnkfurt. Ger
man, nt the beginning of the nine
teenth centurj; "All Jews were forced
to lle In the nniron, miserable, out
crowded .ludenpisse (Jew street), their
sole nbodc since the jenr 1 1CU. At the
beginning of ulglit nil the Inhabitants
of the ghetto weic locked In. The
were not nllowed to use the sldewnlk
while wnlklni; In the street In the dn
time, but had to tnkc the middle of the
strict. They had to rcmoe their lints
before ecry passerby, who would call
out, 'Jew, mnkc jour bow!"
"To prexent too large nil Incrensc not
more than 14 couples were permitted to
mnrry lu nuy one jenr. On ccry fes
tUc occasion they were drUcn luto the
ghetto. On Suuday the gates were
locked regularly at 4 o'clock, nnd 110
one was nllowed to pass by the gunrd
at the gate except when on an errand
with n prescription to the drug store or
for the puriwsc of mnlllng a letter.
One general rule was 'No Jew nllowed
on n green spot.' " Nnpolcou abolished
this stnte of nffnlrs In 1810. but It wns
restored after his downfall.
A 8nsirnslnn of ftenlrncp.
Tor 25 j ears Squire Cnlgg held the
odlcc of justice of the pence lu Doul
phnn count, nnd lu the enrly part of
bis ndmlnlstrntion be held the idea mat
a Justice had ns much Jurisdiction ns n
district court. Once n shooting Bcrnpe
occurred In the township, nnd the cul
prit wns brought before the squire for
preliminary examination. After lis
tening to the nigunients the sipilrc or
dered the prisoner to stand up. He
then said. "Mr Prisoner. It Is the sen
tiucc of this court that )ou be hanged
by the neck until dead. dead, dead."
Turning to the constable, the squire
said: "Take this prisoner outside nnd
bang hlra to the tree In tliejard. There
Is n rope halter In my buggy."
The constable made n mote for the
prisoner, nnd then the squire, taking a
second thought, snld. "Mr. Constnble. 1
guess you had better not hnng the prls
oner until we see whether bis victim
dies." Kausas City Journal.
All members of tho Second Precinct
Republican Club arc particularly re
quested to take part In tho parade nnd
exeulsfs on Thursday ccnlng, tho
2Cth Inst, tu celebrate the arrlal of
tho Republican delegates to the nation
Per Order Republican Territorial
J. A. OILMAN, Chairman Fourth
District, Second Precinct Republi
All Republicans are requested to
Gather at the
P. M. TOMORROW,
to take part in the Parade and
McKinley and Roosevelt
Returning Republican De
legates to National Conven
tion will take prominent
ower Parade will form on Miller and Be
loraJJIllonal Shlrr'"H Nt m uvtnlli net
i i, P m
6 40 o i
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II ). to it
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New- Moon on the 2Gth nt 3:13 a. m.
Tides from the United Stntcs Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about nu hour earlier than at IIouolu
Hawaiian Standard Tlma Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mer .Ian of 157 30. The
tlmo whistle X ,ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the me aa Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMKSTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the wholo of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Hlo do Janeiro S. P July 2G
Australia S. P. Aug. 1
Coptic S. P Aug. 2
Mlowern Victoria Aug 4
America Maru S. P. Aug. 10
Alameda S. P. Aug. 15
City of Peking S. P. Aug. 18
Gaelic S. P Aug. 28
Australia S. P. Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
City of Peking S. P July 27
Aorangl Victoria Aug. 1
Gaelic S. P. Aug. 4
Australia S. P Aug 7
Hongkong Mam S. P. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. P. Aug. 17
China S. P. Aug. 21
Doric S. P. Aug. 28
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 25.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, (-.".
Harometer nt 9 a. m. 29.95. Irregular.
Dew Point COT.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CI ct cent.
Olamond Head Signal Station, July
!!. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Wednesday, July 25.
Am. bht. Newsboy, from Port Town
send u 1th cargo of lumber for Allen &
Stmr lualanl. Grecorv. from Hamakua:
4813 bags sugar and 435 bags coffee.
Stmt (Noeau, wj man, from rv.iulllwlll;
2600 bags ol sugar for H. Hickfeld & Co.
Mmr Nllhau, Thompson, from Anahola.
Tuesday, July 24.
Stmr ClauJIne, McDonald, for Maul
Stmr V. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
StmrUpolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
Stmr Jamtb Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
Stmr Keauhou, Moslier, for Htnamaulu.
Schr. Nurma, for Anahola, Kalihiwal
I'roin KLkulhaele, per stmr. Iwalanl,
July 25. Mis Alice Aiiana, b.W. hstep.
lloopoo, Wu Tung fah and 15 on dtck.
1'rom Nattlllwlll, per stmr. Nceau, July
25. Douglas AUBryde and wife, W. A.
Kinney and Chas. H. Wlliox.
JOKE ARTIST PARAGRAPHS.
She Professor plned sister's piano
tcday and In ought teurs to her ecs.
I It Why, did ho play so sympatlietl
cally? She No; he broke two of the
MIstrcBs How did you happen to let
tho tiro go out? Now Girl I'm suro I
don't know, ma'am, unless you happen
ed to forget to tell mo to put coal on.
"I suppose your daughter acquired a
great deal of manner from her foreign
experiences?" "Oh, no; sbo lost all her
manners and brought homo a lot of
Doctor Well, I consider tho medical
profession ery badly treated, Seo how
few monuments there aro to famous
doctors and surgeons. Tho Patient
O doctorl look at our cemetery.
Sick Man Is this tho West End
Sanitarium? Now Girl (M) stifled)
This Is Dr. Rand's houso. Ves; but
doesn't ho tako sick people to nursa
sometimes? Oh, maybo ho does.
1 hero's two or three skeletons In tho
Notice to Creditors'
All claims against J. M. Camara, de
ceasedm, ust sent to Mrs. Augusta BeM,
administratrix of the estate.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
tsi in tin tvl mil hi inttttti si
PVl ffi tint em (nur,hn, if ttnli tut
wuttieni to ttntl , 1 tmlt tnv tiffli,
ml m ttntt em monlt lkii ll Ibi ttuttit 4tt
himf txit efftrti Iti Ptofitt tf Hnllu,
Fort Employment Agency
227 - Kln Street,
: Telephone Main 68.
NI'KCIAI, MITII K1,
MRS CHAMBERS olll cloMhtr drMunaklntpar
I011 for of week owing to Indisposition, will
IfMiinf buslnut Aug 1 l.q.t.
NOTICE TO nulLDERS-Th. Union Ert Co
tin WHITE SAND IQR SALE I). I"
RUDOLPH DUNCAN Haiti that tit ll Hill In ttit
rock and tartti tuslntts although tit has sold his
Interest In tht taltast tuslntss
Offlct Utthtl strttt In II R Hitchcock's law
COR RENT-An I Nt URMSHLD COTTAGE ol
I rn ms and bath all modern conveniences Lant
oT Emma St, atot VlntyarJ.
Aptly 0 W. II,
Wrl tit Tieasurv i flic.
TO LET-LAROE FRONT ROOM In private l.ml y
tnauka Thomas Squirt Eltctrlc Lights. Ai-
arm . u, t.,, r. j uot tot roiwstion ai once.
TO LhT t Nicely Furnlthti Cottages anJ nicely
furnished ro'tms with privilege ol pador and
piano. Apr'y lo Mrr. W R Peterson, 619 Hotel Si ,
corner Punchbowl Ttlephont S6. ioitf
COR RENT-A SUITE OF ROOMS sullablt for
houstkteplng, 6te Vlntyard St. near Nuuanu
FOR RENT A largt and airy Ironl room, am He
retaola St., tear Foil. ij88.iv
COR RENT-On Prospect, corner Magailna St
deilrablt home nl 6 roomi bath, kitchen, ser
vants quarters, good new good air met grounds
For lurihtr rartkulari arrlv to Gear. Lanslnr & Co ,
Judd nmidine mi-if
TO LET-FOR RENT new corages. corner Young
and Aitlllin Sts , McCully Tract. Apply 401
maitiKi at ttsi'ir
COR RENT-SIx Nicely FURNISHED ROOMI
t rooms tuuapie lor light housekeeping
ui Punchbowl street.
Mb prtmlstsof Mrs A. Rosa, on King St, near
Walklkl switch, unfurnished, rasseislon at once
low terms. Apply to John F Colburn it.tf
COR RENT-Nlcelv Furnlihed Rooms centrally lo.
a cated Apply at t Beretanla St. near Punchbowl
FOR RENT-OFFICe. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
No. 19 Merchant street Hull
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
i occupied by Mr. T. H. Glbion Apply to
4J M.S liRINBAUMtcCO.
TO LET Tht residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
1 furnished or unfurnished. Largt yard and
houtt, barn and stablti. To It! al a whole or lo
part For lutther particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at 1. 1. S N. Co.'l office, Quten street, 1464-tl
FOR SALE Lois 50x100 In Nuuanu tract fi down
fioptrnonth. J H. Schnack. tsi Merchant
EV Rtmlngton Typewriter Chtip. Apply at
Manufacturer! anot lo , -ort treet ij5g-wi
PR SALE TWO brand new tklrti Apply S. P
Peterson, rear of Government sard, corner Ala
fcea ani Alien it oppotlle Hthmarkit P O. Dot en
COR SALE-uxia;. Corner Prospect and MackfeU
tureen, met nome. eooa view, tmaii nouse.cnear.
b seen to ba arrreclatiJ
Apply to dear,
Laming h Co . JuJ4 Uullilng
PR SALC-ONE llRhl spring dray, mute and har
ness, one heavy dray, mult anJ harness will t
told cheap. Apply to E. ll Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sts 1 bi m i
COR SALE-A JERSEY BULL so months old from
best strain of W O Irwin Imported Jerseys
also one young grade Holsteln Jersey cow In calf
by Leahl Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTH,
it King street i9tt
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
- 1 or aaie, r-or Kent, or Lease
Honolulu H !,
06 Merchant St
FOR SALE J4500 Leam of story business
property on f-ort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent SSo per annum. A bargain Apply to
o6 Merchant street
:OR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St,
opposite L. H. Dtt, Esq. Inquire of Ci. E.
LOT In test portion of Kallhl
Wo io Fort street
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ. M. VIVAS Ijji
WANTED-A IlRIOIlr UOY lor office and gi.
tratljr ustlut troud waees rr'y In oun
lianJwrlllnr; lo I' ) llox 800 ijqi-wi
IMMEDIATELY anetreilinceJ saw.inlll hand me
utio IhoroiiKhly understands running arnculdinc
machine and shjrer Call at J Hopper s Mill
Foil St before frlday, July to ij8)-wi
WANTri) AN 8x10 CAMERA
WANTLD-FIRST CLASS llaiber
WANTED-WATCIILSto repair by jevteler of 15
years experience. G.DIklZ, urNuuinuSt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIIsNGE for clean Cot
Ion Rags Appply at Hullctln Office. isfo..tt
WANTED-Tu sell 10 on, Manila Clears at jc
each Myrtle Cigar Store, next to Orpheum
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
department miltney 51 Marsh I sto
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters lerved In tht ihcll tnly Try hli
famoui Ham and Ebb; Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Iblel screen DICK DALY, Proprietor
A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. Tht finder
will receive a liberal reward at this office. 1577
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI. between
L depot and fishtnaiket. Flndei will please return
same to this ofAct and receive reward.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street, loan side, superior
I board and rooms newly furnished terms moder
ate, 1 eiepnonc C07, 1500.11
I'RUNCH AND UURMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gentleman, recently ar
cs rived here, who hat been long In Fraict and
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 give private lessons Terms, ti ret lessons
per week, 3 1 a month Address. A u V Laklmela
Villa, 619 Hotel street, near Punchbowl, isfcomi
Sick Plijslclnn My dear, I must ask
oti tu genii for Dr. Cutem, as I (ell the
necessity of having medical treatment.
Ills Wife Hut why do you not doctor
yourself? Sick Physician How can
)ou ask when you are aware bow few
of my patients recover?
1900 RAHBLER BICYCLES
A big shipment just received.
High, Medium and Low frames
KW.83 FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH m'M'M
I 0. HALL
GIVE OUR DELEGATES
TO T"!"". mt
A Blazing Reception
Colored Flree. &c,
THE I. X. L.
Beretanla 6l., - - near Fire Station
8. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
New Shipments Every Month.
We are now ofTering-
200 26-inch Rugs
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.
Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
- At CUT PRICBS.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Paris ol the City :s
17 acres bearing coffee, with good house,
coffee ma.hlnery, etc., plenty of trorical
fruits. Only 3 miles from lancing;
J2000 net, will buy a neat modern home.
Ith beautiful scenic view, climate unex
celled, good road, no mosquitoes, electric
car line by the door.
Corner King and Bethel streets.