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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 31, 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.
V. H. RICE, Pres. :---: W. S. WITHERS, Mfir.
Chnink-ss at -Chain
$75.00, S65.CO ami $60.00.
VJO.CX), S45CX), JiJO.CO, S35 00, S25OO.
ACETYBNE GAS LAMPS.
Carriage, Si 5.00 pr.
Will open a new More In the Magoon Week 011 or about Aug. 1, with a fine line ol
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
F. O. BOX 888.
-S3 Queen Street
fin WRDNF-SDAY. AllFUSt 1.
w.. .. -. o '!..
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my sal-sroom, 3 j Queen street, Hono
lulu, I will sell at Public Auction 3600
pounds bacon, more or less.
On THURSDAY, August 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At mv saltsroom. 11 Oueen si reet. Hono
IUIU, I Will sell ai ruivin. numim, uj uiuci
. .i.. .. i.i..i. ...., , i, .,. nr i. '
.-- I ...III .It . t j) l I I j. li.tlnn Ytw A.IaU I
VI 111C UUMIIIM3llUtUi3 V. l.tv k....w v. .iv
late Jas. DoJd, the following list of
jewelry and precious stones: Solid gold
stop watcn, son a coia cnain, souu goiu
com eye glasses, souu
Mvstlc shr ne cult buttons, p.
pair gold shoe
links, Knights Pythias emblem. Solitaire
diamond ring, dlamon. shirt stud, dia
mond cluster ring, two diamond and ruby
rings, and a handsome diamond horse
shoe pin, diamond cluster b'ooch.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For tkle by
Hawaiian News Co.,
There will be a meeting In the Drill
Shed at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday evening,
August 1, looo, to welcome home the dele
gates to the Democratic National Conven
tion In Kansas City. All Democrats are
cordially Invited to attend.
REMOVED TO MAGOON
Merchant St., corner Alakea.
M flUlM IS UP
Judge W S. lMlngs of the Third
Circuit lias appointed .M. I Bcott oh
clerk. The appointee Is the well-
known school teacher it tit) merchant
.IiiiIrc lltimplirejs In still chrbR"'!
tidii In hearing the equity .till t
iiKulnxt John I In pa for rnmelhitlon of
a deeil on the ground that the grantor
wits noli compos mentis The numin
nliiiiil nliiim the case lurnx situ nil the
time in court, crouched down In a
chair and motionless excepting for the
signs of hrenthlug.
Judge SMllman appeared on the
heiuh this morning for the fust time
slneo his appointment li President
McKlnley. As he has often sat ua a
'substitute Justice In the Supremo
Court nnd this je.ir held a temporal y
commission in the Circuit Court, lie
diil not look strange In the position.
The case before him was Thomas M.
Harrison s. J. A. .Magoon and othets
on argument or defendants clemuricr.
Itobertson & Wilder for plaintiff;
Kinney, Ilallnu & McClanahan and
Magoon & Ixjttg for defcudauts.
Judge Humphreys ruled esterday
that all legal documents filed In court
must be In the English language. ThW
Is In consonanco with the Terlrtorlul
TI10 hibiscus hedge being down on
the Ilere'tanla street side of Thomas
square, one can sec what an Improve
ment will be made when It Is removed
on all Bides, nnd n modern sldewoll:
around the square. looking from tho
clear side now the square has nioro of
11 public ground aspect than It has eor
The hedge was new
too thrifty looking. Us foliage anil
(lowers were tarnished with dust, at.d
the plants seemingly chronic Invalids
from cold roots Indiscriminately
drenched with water. Resides side
walks on the margins the park needs
clean gravel walks throughout. At
present they are only streaks of mlro
In wet wenthcr and wlnrows of Impal
pable dust In dry times.
He was a very able linguist, and one
day n frlentl said to him: "They tell
tne, professor, that jou hnvo mastered
all of the modern tongues." "Yes," 're
plied he, "nil but two, my wife's and
The books of the OLOWALU COM
PANY will be closed to transfers from
July 30th to 31st, Inclusive.
H. M. WHI TNEY,
I597ti Treasurer, Olow.ilu Co.
THE ORPHEUM HOTEL
after undergoing .1 thorough rcro
vatlonis NOW OPEN and will
be vouJuited as a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL
American and European Plan.
Well-Conducteil Cafe Is Run in
Connection with the Hotel.
Tabled'lloteanda la Carte
SERYED TO GUESTS
DR. W. B. TAYLOR,
Has removed to Beietanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and Beretanla streets.
1596-im Tel. 517. Houn:oto5.
Kr aJiitlonal Shipping Newt tee teventh rK
Weather Uurcau, I'unnlion, July HI.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73, Mtday maximum, S3.
llarometer at 9 a m. 29.97. Irregular.
Dew I'olnt CSF.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
DlamoHd Head Signal Station, July
31. Weather clear; wind light Ni:.
Monday, July jo.
Am. sp. Iroauls. Thompson, 21 days
Tuesday, July 31
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Maul
and Hawaii ports; 7045 baps supar, iq)
bags coffee, 57 bdls. green hides, 20 kegs
butter, 37 bdls. bananas anJ 21 hogs.
Monday, July 30,
Stmr Mlkahala, PeJersen. for Mskawell,
Walmea. Kekahi. Mana and bleele.
btinr Keauhou. Mother, for Hanamaulti.
Stmr Mokolil.Nareli.for Molokal ports
Am. schr. Luzon, Andersen, for the
Sound, In ballast.
H. I. G. M. S. Geler, Peters, for China.
Tuesday, July 31.
Stmr fClnau, Clarke, for Hllo anJ way
Am. bkt. Geo. C. Perkins, Maas, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
norts in n 111.
btmr Kauai, urunn, tor runaiuu ami
Kau at 5 p. m.
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr.
.Mauna Loa. Ju v ii.-H. H. Mali. . W,
Carr, W. O. Smith, L. A. Thurston and
wife, W. W. GooJale. J S. Sejrle, Mrs.
Laneehe m. J. b. bear e. Jr.. Mr. Kaloa.
Ars. L. Klawa, J W. Kualmoku. Mr. G.
P Kamauoha, aarali rsamauoha, bdltli
Kainauoha, Mis Chas. Blake, Mrs. Mc
Keague and four children, Sarah Ch.irm.in,
Jine Nanlwa, F. M Swanzv, Miss M ill e,
Emily Naopala, R. Wallace and w Ife, Mrs
Meyers, Dr. Rowatt, W A. Azblll, Sister
Antonla, Sister Benedictine, Annie Lcpi,
Belinda James, H.Howell, W. Stoddard,
C. Kaiser. Laura Pall, Mrs. Kallkana. A.
du Rego, Father Mathlas, J. Kauhaio and
73 on deck.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. Mlkahala,
July 30. Mrs. Atendt and two children,
Miss H. Whlttlngton, Ma Schlemmer,
Prank Wilson, G. U Hahone. J. H. Ma
son and wife, Gerald King, Mrs. C. H.
Uisher, E. Olms'ead, E. L. Gedse, Rus
sell Kins. Mrs. J. W. Moodv.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
July 31. at 5 p. m. Miss Helen, Alex
ander, Miss b. Angus, Mrs. H. tj. Ale
anJer. Miss Freeth. C. S. Judd. H. F,
Damon, S. W. Mchols, F. W. Damon,
Mrs. I. K Tlltonand two children, Mrs.
KlaNahaiilelui. J. N. S Williams and
son C. E. Stafford, W. W. Kicker, Capt.
Ah born. I'. lttctjlnnss. Airs. r. low
rence and danghter. MKs Tunl, H. Howell,
W. bchultz, Kev. J. t. KUNNell, Mrs. H.
I'. H tldvvln and two sons, b. ManeSerg, H,
A. Gusson . W.b. Howell. J. A. McCand'
less, Mr. Tilton. Mr. H. C. Davis. Mrs.
Graham, seivant and two children, C. H.
itaven, vj. cj. aeoug, c. vincciu auu vv.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr. Klnau,
July 31. -Miss Lena Deverlll. B. Fort. F.
W. Mllverton, Geo. Darker, w Ife and two
children, Miss Bushnell and nurse, MissM.
E. Blgley, Miss A. Ferry, Jas. Moore, M.
Houghtaillng, W. A. Stewart, H. J. MeU,
Mss M. L. McCo'riston, Miss K. bever
son, Emily Larson and chMd. Miss Puu
hau, H. McCorriston. J. W. Hall, the two
McCorrlston boys, C. Weatherwan and
servant, Mrs. D. McCorrlston and son, J.
aiuiliicau, lie auu iu biiiiuicti, .
Soua, Dr. Carmlchael, E. B. Root, Luke
WonirWa. Y. U hew Man. H. Vicars, wile
and two children, Miss J. M. Rarnird,
ss M Mossman. M M. b. Mabv. Geo.
W. Stitler, H. J. Wright. John H. Jones,
Geo D. Gear, H. U I'lluger, Ur. fren'
denbere, Miss A. Uee, Atrs. W. J. Low rie.
L. r. Grant and wife. M. M.O'ShueneS'
sv. Mrs. H. Vldaand child Mrs. John
Warner, Miss Warner. Mrs. M A. Jewett,
Gardner K. Wilder, W. I'ullar and H. U.
To the InHnnc Ak.vIuiii.
Oshoine, the night watchman nnd
lender of the band nt KamehiimeliJ
who was locked up jestenlay on ae
cniint of Insanity, was examined by Dr.
Kmerson in the afternoon and sent to
tlio Insane asylum as inilrkly as tho
putrol wagon could reach tho plnce.
OHhorno was In the band not long
ago hut ho resigned heenuso he felt
that the government could not givo
hlni tho pay which should really como
to htm on account of his great mimic j I
talent. After leaving tho band, ho
went to Kamehaincha and thero secur
ed tho positions of leader of the band
nnd watchman. Ho Is now a very dan
gerous lunatic, made doubly so by his
Oluu In Good Condition.
A not very large lot of Olua ilelln
iiucnt mock wua gold at auction by J.
T. MoiKun ut noon. Sold for the Otli
iiBBc-bHinent with two nioro duo It
bniiiKht SO ccntH to $1.0J anil M.10. It
Is liunornl that part ot Olua'H lioi.ds
limn been already floatcil.
A coroner's inquest has been sum
moned In tho iaso of tho ilc.ith of .
Witlklng at Kaplolanl patk. Tho Jury
lew ed tho body this moinliiK ud tho
sitting will probably tnko jdaco li-
! moron as Mr. Chllllngnuith tho co.o-
ncr, Is out of tho city today.
Col. J. C. linlrd, Dlbtrlet Attorney of
Hawaii, Is almost sure to urrho in iln
Australia. Ho wroto that ho wbb com
ing In tho same bout with Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Don, whoso friends are advise 1
they were coming In the Australia.
bt inttrttd si
ttntt tint one inattton; at ctntt fa
tnnthont; fo tmtt cnt tpt, 40 ttt two ukt,
ni to ttnli tmt month lb tittt tbtittit 4tf
hunt ttt offertJ ttl Ptoplt tf Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
tit KINO STREET,
Next door to Baileys Cyclery.
For the last two months has had
We request that employers
report to this office any complaint against
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FOK EXCHANGE-A nice lot In Oakland Cal tor
sugar stocks. Apply If, Err-metl May JuJJ HtJg.
NOTICE TO BUILPFRS-The Union Express Co
till WHITE SAND I OH SALE. i;4ll
RUDOLPH DUNCAN ll that lit It still In th
rock and earlh tutlnoss although tit has aolj till
Inttrtit In tht ballast tustnttt
Offtct. B,Onl stmt In M
K Hilcnccck'a law
OmCES FOR KENT In llw Fll-e IlullJIne Arr'y
Jas Stel er AJam Lant istsmi
THE IIALMDMAL Younirstirtl loonslJt urrlor
toarJ anJ rooms newly lurnlihtJ itrms moJer
alt Ttlerhone bVrt. ,391.1111
FOH HENT I urnUheJ lK,ue. s moms, Youns M.
between Keeaumi.ku anJ Pllkol streets Arrlv
on premUes Mrs I Au'J fcr Tel Ms
NINE-KCOM HOUSC I OH REST rurnlture lor
sth house lelt slit Cnrlslley Lane. iS9Sawi
TO LLT-COrTAOE ol 4 rooms T6 Lei Arr'y at
(, Schuman s, .Merchant St., tttwetn l-ort an J
TO LET -, Nicely FurnlsheJ Rooms ani 1 nicely
lurnlshtJ 1 r.Mim cottaee. 1 room with ust ol
piano. Arrlv 10 .Mrs. L. Peterson, (19 Hotel St ,
corner Punchbowl Telephone j. ssq,-tl
yO LET-LARGE: FKOST ROO l In private f ami y
maulu Thomas Square fclectrk Llghti. Ad
dress A. U. i.., 1'. U Uuf TCT I'otMSSlon it OtlCt,
FOR RENT-On Prorct. corner Magailnt Si.
deslratle home nf 6 rooms tath. kitchen, ser
vant quitters coiJ view rooJ air nice grounds
I ur further rartkultrs apply to dear, Lansing & Co .
JuJJ lulliinr n$tt
TO LET-rOR RENT 3 new cot'ajres. corner Young
anJ Artlslan Sts , McCully Tract Apply 401
AUUlkl St. 1581.tr
FR RENT-SU Ncely FURNISHED ROOMS
t rooms sultaMe tor light housekeeping Inquire
446 Punchbowl slrret. UTimi
THE rremlsescf Mrs A. Hosa on Kin; St . near
Walklki switch, unturnlsheJ, possession at once:
low terms. Aprly to John F. Cctturn. tvsi'tl
No. 19 Merchant str.
Arrlv to J. M. Monsarrat.
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa RoaJ at pestnt
occuplti by Mr. T H. Gibson Apply to
istl m. a UKIWHAUMCC ccr.
TO LET Tht rcsldtnct ol John Ena at Walklki.
I furnlshtl or unfurnished. Largs yard and
houat, barn and stablts. To Itt at a wholt or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I I. S N. Co.'s office. Queen street uot-tl
WANTED-Hoari an 4 care for a child two and
netutf rarsold. AJJress sutlngtrrms
Pox K . Bulletin office. tjQT-tl
ANTED sewing by the day by ,
1 oung laiv
V this 0 trice
from San Franc ko with lont?
first class dress-making Adiress L
WANTED-A HRIOMT TOY tor office and gen
erally useful grni wages Apply In own
handwriting to I t. Itox w i;t)wi
ANTEir--AN 8x10 CAMERA AJJress i.m
VV this nftice. ir mi
WASTED-WATCHES to repair by Jeweler of )t
years experience, it DlfclZ 41? ISuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO E.XCH NGE for clean Cot
ton Rags Appply at HuUetln Office istVtt
CXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
department Whitney Ac Marsh tj(
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oysters served In the shell onW Try his
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hitet streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor
TWENTY-EIGHT first-class California mules
Apply t3 EmtrettMa JuJJ lUJg 1197 mi
FOR SALE Lots 30x100 In Nuuanu tract fas down
io per month. J H. Schnack, at) Merchant
street. i 57 j-tf
NEW Remington Typewriter Cheap.
Manufacturers Snot Co . Tort street.
FOR SALE TWO brand new skills Apply 5 P
Peterson, rear of Government ari. corner Ali
ke anJ Alien sts opposite I Ishmarket P O. Uo iao
FOR SALE-Tiim, corner Prospect and Ihckfttl
streets, nice home gund lew, small lmue cheap
mus b seen to be arpreclatrJ Apply tu Gear
Larslng fi Co . Jidd HullJIng iiji tf
HON SALE-A JERSEY HULL ao mtnths otd from
best strain of W G Irwin's Imported Jmes
. t i,, ,.",r .. a . . . ', ..hiii en
a so one oune eraue (i.n jeriev cow n ca 1
1 py Leani uairy stocK inquire or
. tMAibic ni.
s,7 King street
I OTS OF LOTS-Alsu MOUSES AND LOTS
L hor Salt. For Rent. For Ctase
Honolulu. II I
so6 Mtrchant St
RR SALE-f.joo leas, of t-story
rrofertv on Fort slrett at vtars to run.
R.nt fSa e.r annum. A hjrp.fn. Arrlv In
soo Merchant strttt
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Younr St.
s ocposltt L. H. Dtt, Esq. Inqulrt of ci, E.
PR SALE 11000. LOT In bttl portion ot Kallhl
lilt Soxijo. Apply to
No. sio Fort strttt
FOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS i,la
1 OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. Tht nnler
l will recelvt a literal rewari at this office, lys
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI. fettoten
s depot and fithmarktt. Tlndti will please return
same to this offict and rectlvt rtward
Star 01 Italy.
Tho Star of Italy sails in ballast for
the Sound this afternoon. Thiough a
combination of circumstances she has
been foiceil to remain hero a lcng time,
lunger In fact than any of tho other
essels In port. Captain Wester is or.o
of the best thought of mnsteiH In Ho
nolulu today. Dili Ing her stay In port,
It has been his habit every morning to
call at tho polico station anil to get out
an" of his men, should time happen
tu be some In tho lockup. This lias
alns been clone without 11 murmur of
complaint and, as n lesult, the cap
tain's men sucar by him and are will
ing to go anywhere with him.
I think I'll take a ride myself this
year on a new l'JOO blue Tribune. It
seems to be the popular wheel,
All these thlnps and lots more interesting items, nt the
Bicycle Department of ::::;: :
IE. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd ,1
fU Next to Bulletin Office. LU
GIVE OUR DELEGATES
L g -j
Colored Fires, G-c,
8. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
Constantly - Od - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Regular 2t;c. value, bought nt
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
- At CUT PRICES.
I. X. L.
near Fire Station
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Ir. All Paris ol the City
Lot ioo:oo, with eooJ cottaKe and
well, which supplies plenty, fresh and
cool water, entire lot fenceJ. A rare bar
gain, only I2850.
Kapahulu lots at a bargain.
Lot 80x150, with guoJ house, Jjsoo.
Beautiful home, Puunul, good road,
only J 2000.
Lot 0oi2o, Wilcox Tract, King St.,
Jl 500 net.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
a Closing Sale in New Ycrk.