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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 28, tooo,,
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 tli is line.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., PROPS.
V. H. RICH, Pres. : : W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
$75,00, S65.00 and S60.00.
f5O.OO, S45 00, S4O.OO. S35 00, ?25 00. I
ACETYENE GAS LAMPS.
Bicycle, S3. 50,
Carriage, $ 15.00 pr.
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EMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager for Hawaii.
11 33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
COMPANY A BALL.
The Ball to have been given by Co. A,
fhursJay, July 26, has been postponed to
hursJay, Aug, 2,
j4tj Capt. Co, A.
The German warship (Icier came Into
the hnrlior entente nntl anchoret! In
naMil row. She Hailed fiom Acnpuho
on the 11th lntt. nntl Is now on her wav
to join the German squadron in the
Orient. She will proceed first to Yoko
hama for further orders. Coal will 'e
put uboartl tho Gelcr ns speedily is
possible and she v. Ill sail on Monday.
Tho Gelr carries 1G0 men all told.
Her oillcers aro as follows: CapUln
Peters, Commander; Lieutenant-Captain
Meyer, first Lieutenants Uuhro,
Dartmcr and Von Cgidy; Lieutenant
Mollcr; Dr. Ottow, Surgeon; Chief En
gineer Dallauff, and Paymaster Frol
her. The Gelr Is a smalt vessel with a
register of 1010 tons. Her keel was
laid in Vllhelmsliaen in 1893 and she
was launched during tho following
j car. She carries Bixteen guns, as fol
lows: Eight 10V$ centimetre, rapid Are,
four Hotchkiss rapid fire and four
Maxim guns. Her speed Is about six
Previous to being ordered to China,
the Geler was cruising along the w&?t'
crn coasts of North and South Ameri
ca. She has been engaged in this work
for scleral years. During the outbreak
of the Spanish-American war, the Gelor
I was in Cuban waters.
Honolulu's Boxer TroublcH.
Sam Broad, the young Hawaiian who
has started the hoodlum crusade against
the Boxers appeared In the Police Court
this morning on the charge of assault and
battery on a Chinaman near Palama
chapel, Thursday night. His case was
continued until tomorrow at the request of
his attorney, J. L. Kaulukou.
Later on Kane, a hard working Hawai
ian lad employed at the Foundry, was
called up on the same charge It appeared
from the testimony that the Chinaman
upon being struck by Broad, began to
throw stones In all directions. Kane was
struck and his warning to the Chinaman
to desist not being heeded, he hit the fel
low to make him stop.
Judge Wilcox discharged Kane stating
that, when a Chinaman began to throw
stones promiscuously, It was time someone
Georgo Darker was presented with
two pipes In n morocco case ono a
meerschaum, tho other a briar root
pipe by employes of tho Honolulu
Iron Works, as a token of their appre
ciation of his sen Ices In collecting sub
scriptions for Mrs. uibrlght. In a
speech of thanks Mr. Marker recom
mended the starting of an nccldcnt and
Blck fund among tho men. Tho pres
entation took place In the machine, ship
at noon. V. C. ltoo announced that
John Djer, superintendent of tho
works, had Just handed him $23 to ndd
to Mrs. L'lbrlght's relief fun I.
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Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
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New Moon on the 2Cth at 3:13 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hlto occur
about an hour earlier thnn at Honolu
lu. MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing fur the re
mainder of this 11 11 J tho whole of next
mouth are as follows:
Steamers From Duo
Australia S. V. Aug. 1
Coptic S. r. Aug. 2
MIon era 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
Aorangl Victoria Aug. 1
Gaelic S. P. Aug. 4
Australia S. F. Aug 7
Hongkong Maru S. F. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. P. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 28
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Friday, July 27.
H. I. G. M. S. Geler. Peters, from Aco-
pulco, en route to China.
Br. sp. City of Hankow, Thompson, 51
days from Sew castle with i8it tons of
coai ror n. muueu & t-o.
Saturday, July 28.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Na
willwlll; oS bags taro and 1 horse.
S mr Keauhou, Mosner, from Hanima
ulu; 21 pes. nnchlnery to H. Hackfeld &
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, from Maka
well; 178 bales wool and 2s hd. cattle.
Stmr Maul, Parker, from Hamakua;
12x00 bags sugar.
Schr. Alice Kimball, from Kaunakakal.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Stmr MokolII, Napela, from Molokal.
Friday, July 27.
Am. schr. Azalea, Fardellus, for the
Sound, In ballast.
U. S. A. T. Callfornlan, Morrison, for
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, for Anahola.
stmr waiaieale, uretn., 'or wa mea ana
Schr Golden Gate, Pahla, for Kauna
kakal. P. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith, for
Saturdav. Julv 28,
Am. sp. C. F. Sargent, Gammon, for
tne sound in Danasi.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at p. m.
From Makawell, per stmr. Mlkahala,
July 28. Mrs. L. Auld and Master A.
From Ch na and Janan. per P. M. S. S.
Cltv of Peking. Julv 27. Mrs. Warner
and daughter, Arthur R. .Morris and 118
Mom Kauai puts, per stmr. w. u.
Hall, July 28. Paul Ivnberg, Mrs. Hans
Isenberg. Miss C M. Croby, Mrs. Henry
rilden, Josephine rilJen, C. W. Baldwin,
J. J. von Lcben Sels, ,1, C. C. on Loxn
Sels, J. F. von I.ohen Sels, V. Vlerra,
Mrs. Mcuil. I'rof. Ko-bele. Mrs. W. H.
I)l Ulc Ulct ilArl.n,ie. I?.1 ln,a..
house. Albert Walter ho use. Miss E. I.Ice
tMkt ,,,t k,3lk MUlklllUUS . . (U (IUI11 1
tt. i-j m. .. i m i v ti. ..i...
4111 1 IIC, nil. alllU itll3 1 i tlUIIAC.lf
Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Wells, Master Al, Jas.
L't..,i c. L'.- v.. V.t r- ai u..
Muller, I . W. RUnkm in. W. Crabbe, E
Miuiici, . ,r. iimiinui in, it. muK u,
Crabbe, Mrs. Sorenson, Master Kalwl and
31 on deck.
For Han l'muLlato per I. M.U, 8. City
of PekitiK, July 2S. V. A. Ilowoll, wifa
and children, L. C. l'ond, Rev. W. M.
Kin aid and daughter, Mrs. A. II hop,
MIhh II. Walker NoInoq 11. LinHlng,
A lUrrlxrfa, MIks Clar Ltmrey,
jura. 1 iniuorn ami rour cnuuren, utri
WoltCTs, Miss N. Kay, Mrs. C. O. Ber
gir nnd four chlldicn, C. H. Wilcox,
Mrs. J. K. lirown, Miss E. Howe, Mrs.
Andrew Fuller, 11. M. Thomas, T. H.
Drlscoll, Mrs Catton, Cuptaln William
MatBon, Mrs. Tlsher, Mrs. Grucc, Ralph
III own, W. R. Clark and wlfo, Miss M
Edwards, J, L. Uphnm, A. U. Turner
nnd family, Mrs R, A. Crippen, C. I).
Hnzaid, II. I). Oohr, Mrs G K. Wilder
Edith llarncs, Mis. A. D.'EnRnlls, Miss
I'uttou, Ed Ahlhorn, A. W, Illmo, Jess
MtChcsney, Mis. E. IJ.iehchlcr, L T.
Wnro, Charles A Holt, Miss A Sollim
dcr, Captain Goodman, Colonel G, W.
Macfiuliuif, It, L. Jones.
The Mlkahala came In this morning
from K.iual and Nllh iu. From the latter
Island she 25 head of cattle.
'I he Inc.i for the SounJ In ballast and
the DUmrnd Head for San Francisco In
ball, will both sail this afternoon. 1 lie
Mary E. Foster may also sail. The Dia
mond Head was unable to get a cargo of
sugar as the ships have been taking away
a large amount of late,
Fort Employment Agency
227 - Klnfi - Street,
: Telephone Main 58.
JANTED--tlOY wtth Ncycle to carry neasparer
' rout. Apply at thin office. t$9f tf
WANTED sewing by th day by a younr ladr
from San FrancUco with lone experience In
first class dress-making. AJdress L P this office
WANTED-AURir.lirnOYlor office and gen
eratly uefut crod wapes Apply In own
hand, nine to I. ). Hox Sco tjoi-w,
IMMEDIATELY an experlerced saw-mlll hand on.
I who thoroughly understands running amiuldlng
machine and sharer Call at J. A Hopper Mill,
Fort St , before hildsy. July to t8j'W,
UANTLD-AN x,o CAMERA.
laANTED-WATCIIESto reralr by le.
wettr of m
' ytari experience. G. DlblZ, 4,, Nuuanu
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot-
tonRagi Appply at Bulletin Office 1s69.ll
WANTED-To aell 40000 Manila Clean at jc.
each. Myrtle Clear Store, next 10 Orpheutn.
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dreon.klne
department Whitney At Marin i$66
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oytterf served In the shell only Try his
famous nam ana Egg aanawicnes ana ionee lor
Nuuanu and Hstel streets.
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
NINE-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. Furniture fcr
Sth house left side Chrlftley Lane. iMS-wi
TO LET-COTTAGE of 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
G Schuman s. Merchant St.. between Fort and
TO LET 4 Nicely Furnished Rooms and nicely
furnished 1 room cottage, t room with use of
piano. Apply to Mrs. W. L. Peterson, 610 Hotel St ,
corner Punchbowl Telephone 166. ijgftf
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private latnl y
I mauka Thomas Square Electric Lights. Ad
dress A. B. C, P. O Box to? Possession at once.
CORRENT-A SUITE OF ROOMS suitable for
4 housekeeping, 614 vineyard M. near Nuuanu.
COR RENT A tares and airy Iron! room, 400 Be-
retaoia at,, tear ron
On Proirect. corner Macailne St.
desirable home of 6 rocms tatli kitchen, ser-
vants' quarters good lew good air nice grounds
1 or ru'tner particulars apply to uear Lansing fit to ,
Judd Uulldlng mi-tf
TO LET-FOR RENT ) new cot'ages, corner Young
and Artlslan Sts , McCully Tract. Apply 401
Maklkl St. ii-U
COR RENT-SIx N cely FURNISHED ROOm's
' e rooms suitable tor light housekeeping Inquire
446 Punchbowl street. leTtmt
THE premises of Mrs A Rosa, on King St, near
Walklkl switch unfurnished possession at once
low terms Apply to John F Colburn twtf
PR RENT Nicely Furnished Rooms centrally lo
cated. Apply at sat tleretanla at. near Punchbowl
Apply to J. M Monsarrat,
I No. ,9 Merchant street
COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occud ed bv Mr. T. H C, bton Arnvto
. -. -----.. ..;..,.. ri.(.-. ..
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished Large yard and
house, barn and stables To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S N. Co 's office. Queen street ,464-U
MRS. CHAMBERS will close her dienmaldng par
lors for oie week owing to Indisposition, will
resume business Aug , I49ts
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union ExpresrCo
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. iieltf
DUDOLPII DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
I rock and earth business although he has sold his
merest m me rauast ousincss
Office. Bethel street In H. R. Hitchcock's law
FOR SALE Lots oxiu In Nuuanu tract fis down
Sio per month J H. Schnack, t) Merchant
NEW Rtmlneton Typewrlier Cheap.
Manufacturers Shoe Co , Fort street
pORSALt-TWOWanJniwfcklfls Arrly S. P
1 Petersen, rear oMioernmni vari cornt-r Alt-
kca anj Allen its opposite Hshrnarkct I' O Boa ajo
FOR SMb'-nxm, cotPtt Prospect anJ HackfeU
streets nlc home Rood view small houst cheap
iTus be seen to r arpreclai'J
Arrly to Oeur
Lansing & Co.JJ4 UulIJIny
IIOR SALE-ON L llcht srrlm? Jrav. mult anJ hit
' ness. one heavy dray, mule and harness v,lll b
' otf " Arr'ytoE.B Thomas, cor. king an 4
..ci, VIIH IIC1II .1,1, uiul, .11, liaillt. 1
. amitnati uoi
pRSALE-A JERSEY BULL month, old from
I ' oest strain of W.G Irwin s Imported Jers.ys-
also one young grade Holsteln Jersey cow in calf
cy warn uairy atocK inquire OI J. EMMELU 111,
in King street mutl
I OTS OF LOTS-Alto HOUSES AND LOTS
I- For Sale, Tor Rent, For Lease
sot Merchant St Honolulu. H I
FOR SALE S4jco Lease of s-story business
property on Fort street ss years to run. Ground
Rent Wo per annum. A bargain Apply to
soft Merchant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
ooooslte L H. Dee. Esq. Inoulrt of G. E.
PR SALE-Siooo. LOT In best portion of Kallbl
no tio l-ort street
LANDS IN ALL PABTS DP T1IF
By J M VIVAS 1 ,1a
1 OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES The tinder
will receive a liberal reward at this offce. ijtt
I OST-Red and Yellow TEATHLR LLI, between
f depot and fishmarket Flndei will please return
same to this ofhee and receive reward 1 jrrtt
HOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL Youne street town side sufirlur
board and riKims newly furnished terms irnder
ate Telerhono fcj,
I RI'NCII AND (IliRMAN.
AN EDUCATfcO Ruiklan Kti.temn recently r
riv4 Iter, v. ho lut Utn lontr In I nice anj
ue rm any unj khowi tnvir ianRVJatr liiurouEhly
wlhf 1 1 Klvt frlvit l n rrnnt, thitt tetkunt
Mr Wftk, month AJire.k, A (j V LiklnnU
Villa 6iq Hotrl UtkX near Punchbtiul iUmt
g- si j - - j
The bufilnesS of buyer for n tannery
might bo termed u sort of game of bldo
All these things and lots more interesting items, at the
Bicycle Department of :::::: :
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
GIVE OUR DELEGATES
A Blazing Reception
Decoration Bunting, Parade Torches,
Roman Candles, Sky Rockets,
Colored Flree, &c, - - At CUT PRICBS.
THE I. X. L.
8. W. LEDERER, Propp.
Constantly - On
New Shipments Every Month.
HBT1GF0L1TAN HBA.T GO.
Regular 2jc. value, bought at
Pacific Import Co.
Fort8t. Progress Block
-Next to Bulletin Office.
near Fire Station
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:i In All Paris of the City :s
Lot 200X200, with good cottage and
well, which supplies plenty, fresh and
cool water, entire lot fenced. A rare bar
gain, only 1285,0.
Kapahulu lots at a bargain.
Lot 80x150, with good house, fjsoo.
Beautiful home, Puunul, good road,
Lot 60x120, Wilcox Tract, King St..
It 500 net.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
a Closing Sale in New York.
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