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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i, 1900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Horses, Mules, Cows and all kinds of Live Stock. A fine line now
on hand at Popular Prices. New and second-hand Buggies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
V. H. RICB, Pres.
11 S3 Queen Street
On THURSDAY, August 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 13 Queen street. Hono
lulu, 1 win sen at I'udiic Auction, rjy oruei
cf the administrator of the estate of the
late Jas. Dodd, the following list of
jewelry and precious stones: Solid gold
stop watch, solid cold chain, solid gold
Masonic charm, gold eye glasses, solid
Mystic shrine cuft buttons, pair gold shoe
links, Knights Pythias emblem, Solitaire
diamond ring, diamond 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,
On THURSDAY, August 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction about 40 boxes of
'tosh California Pears ex S. S. Australia.
OKT I O JE5-
FTZ, O Z E2ST
U. J. NOLTE, 1'roprletor.
The books of the OLOWALU COW
PANY will be closed to transfers from
July 30th to 31st, Inclusive.
H M. WHITNEY,
J507U 'I reasurer, Olowalu Co,
Notice to Creditor.
All claims against J. At. Camara.de
ceasedm, ust sent to Mrs. Augusta Be1!,
aJmlnlstratrlx of the estate.
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LDJJCH ROORl?.
American Law Is
I'nlted Stnten District Judge KJto
arrived In the Australia this morning
accompanied by Miss Ustec, Miss Knn
and Mr Mailing who will act as clerk
of his court. When mked as to h's
plans Judgo Kstee said "I hao no
plans jet. I hae come here to fet
the wheels of tho United 8tates I)is
trlct Court In motion. I hope to con
vince the people of this Tcrlrtory tint
American law Is common Justice."
Judge Untie was greeted nt the hold
by Justice (lalbrnlth of the Supreme
Court. Other members of the bench
and bar called during tho day.
Mr. DcHky Rcturna.
C S Desk returned In the Autsrn
lla, bringing with him 30 caccs of ma
terial for th eeletrlt rnllnii) C011
struitlon nnd equipment operations on
the line will now he pressed with
rERRITOUY OF HAWAII-EXECUTIVE
The Governor directs that notice be
glen that the following pe'sons hae
been appointed members of the Tax
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
William F. Allen, President.
Samuel K. Kane,
George R. Carter.
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
William A. McKay, President,
William L. Decoto.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
John A. Magulre,
Louis S. Aungst.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Frederick S. Lyman, President,
E. W. Barnard,
C. R. Blacow.
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
William T. Lucas, President,
H. K. Kahele,
W. I. Wells.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, August 1, iqoo. 1598U
P. Gleason has moved from Vlnevard
street near River to Wm. Jarrett's place
on Vineyard, between Fott and Nuuanu
All Republicans are requested to
Gather at the
to take part in the parade and
Ale Kin ley and Roosevelt
Returning Republican De
legates to National Con
vention will take pro
tor Parade will form on Miller and Here
All members of the Second Precinct Re
publican Club are particularly rectuested
to take part In the parage and exercises on
SATURDAY EVENING, the 4th Inst,
to celebrate the arrival of the Republican
delegates to the national convention.
Per Order Republican Territorial Cen
J. A. GII.MAN, Chairman,
Fourth District, Second Precinct Repub
1 1 can Club. 1598.14
There will be a meeting In the Drill
Shed at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday evening,
August l, 1000, to welcome home the dele
gates to the Democratic National Conven
tion In Kansas City. All Democrats are
cordially Invited to attend,
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Tlrst quarter of the Moon on tho 3d
at G:10 0. 111.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about au hour earlier thnn at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mcr Jan of 157 30. The
tlmo whistle r ws at 1:30 p. re.,
which Is the ume as Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and sailing for the re
mainder of this and tho whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Coptic S. F. Aug. 2
Mlowera Victoria Aug 4
America MnruS. F. Aug. 10
Alameda S. V Aug. 15
City of Peking S. F Aug. 18
Gaelic S. V. Aug. 28.
Australia S. 1". Aug. 29
Steamers For Duo
Aorangl Victoria Aug. 1
Gaelic S. F Aug. 4
Australia S. F. Aug 7
Hongkong MnruS. F. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 28
Wnrrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Weather Bureau, Punahou, August 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, SO.
llarometcr at 9 a. m. 29.90. Steady.
Dew Point OOF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 03 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 1. Weather clear; wind light
Tuesday, July 31.
Stmt Noeau, Wyman, from Hamakua
Am. schr. W. H. Talbot, Benneche; 55
days from Newcastle, with 1280 tons coal
Wednesday, August 1.
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, from San
Francisco, with passengers and general
merchandise to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Stmt James Makee, Tullett, from Ka-
paa; 2000 bags sugar.
Br. sp. Halt woo J, Jackson, from New
castle 3306 tons coal to Castle & Cooke.
Am. senr, maueema, smmi, irom
Whatcom, with lumber.
Am. bkt. Planter, McNeill, Irom San
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Walmea,
Tuesday, July 31
Am. sp. Star of Italy, Wester, for the
souna in rauasi.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
Stmr Kauai, Iiruhn, for Punaluu and
Schr. Alice Kimball, Mason, forLahalna.
Am. bk. Ceyhn Wilier, for Laysau Isl
and, PASsnNunns arrivho.
From Knpaa, per stmr. Jimes Makee,
Auj. 1. Miss KjIiuiiu, Miss Juliette
King, Hanslsenberg, S. N. Hundley, Mrs
II. P. Hugus, X. Nyamoto, P. L. Tople
in J 10 on deck.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. Aus
tralia, Aueust 1, J. W. Alexander, B. K.
Balrd, J. C. Balrd, B. R. Banning, Jno. J
Barrett, Mrs. M. Barrett, Hiram Bingham,
Jr., Chas. Bon and w Ife, W. W. Bruner,
Miss Mary Burdlck, Gant. W. D. Burn
him. C. H. Chase, Miss E. L. Clark,
Miss fc. uiawe, Mrs. J. A. Lolvln, Mrs,
A. F. Cooke, Miss Margaret Cooke, W.
H. Cornwell, D. B. Dearborn, Jr., C. S.
Desky, Hon. M. M. Estee and wife, Mrs.
C. Graham. C. W.Gray. Airs G Groves,
Mist Ella Holbrook, J. L. Horner, Otto
Isenberg, wife, two children and nurse; H.
S. Johnson, Miss N. Johnsjn, Prince David
Kawananakoa and servant, Judge Kep.,1
kal, Harrv Larkln, E. P. Low, Mrs. A. K.
Lewis. W. B. Mailing, Dr. W. H. Mays,
E. B. McClanahan, Mrs. K. C. Mooney,
Miss F. Nolte, Samuel Parker. Miss A. H.
C. F. Reynolds, Miss Kate Reynolds, Miss
Ryan, H. K. Seiby.H. M. Sewall, Oscar
1 . aewan, w. i. mudds ana wite, w. A.
Sw Innerton, Mrs C, B. Taylor, J. W.
Tlndal, Geo. S. Waterhouse, A. C. Wer-n-r,
Arthur White, C. B. Wilson. A.
Zuckerman, Geo. Trimble.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne.
July 31. Miss Helen Alexander, Miss
E. Angus, Mrs. H. G. Alexander
Miss Freeth, C. S. JuJd. H. P. Da
mon, S. W. Nichols, F. W. Damon,
Mrs. L K. Tllton and two children, Mrs.
Kla Nahaolclua. J. N. S Williams and
son. C. E. Stafford, W. W. Rlcksr, Capt.
Aiiiuorn, 1. Mcuinnss, Mrs, f. low
rence and daughter. Miss Tunl, H. Howell,
W. Schultz, Rev. J. E. Russell, Mrs. H.
P. B tlJwin and two sons, E. Haneberg, B.
A. Gussonl, W.E. Rowell, J. A. AUCand
less, Mrs. Tllton, Airs. H. C. Davis, Mrs.
Graham, servant and two children, C, H,
Raven, G, G, Seong, E, Vincent and W,
W. S. WITHERS, Mfir
Ji. in tbxt column unll tt inurttd st
eimtt s hni ont initrtion, if ttnti two
tnttttiom fo ttnti tnt ttttk, y) ttnt two uttkt,
and to ttnti cut montt, Itti if tbi tkttbttt oJw
utwf tvtr offtttJ tbt Ptoflt of Honolmlm.
The Fort Employment
tT KINO STREET,
Next door to Balltys Cyclery.
For the last two months has had a
Black Llttt. We request that employers
report to this office any complaint against
W& ALWAYS ON HAND.
PlUvtDERS WANTED Immediately. Apply Jaa
hell. Jr , Beretanla St , near lunchtowl St.
WiNTLD-lloarJ and care lor a child two and
one-hall sears old Address, stating terms
Do K , Ilulletln office
WANTED sewing ty the Jay by
from San Francisco with lop?
first class dress-making Address L I1
WANTED-A HRir.HT BOY tor office and gen
erally useful if oi wages Arrly In n
handwriting to I
,i no oco ,59wi
WANTED-AS 8x10 CAMEkA.
ilANTlD-W'ATCHESto repair by le.eler ol lj
years exrerlence O OlfclZ mNuuanuSt
OLD PAPERS TO fcXCIUM.E lor clean Cot-
ton Macs Appply at Bulletin Office utvtl
EXPERIENCED 1EWISO GIRLS In dressmaking
department Whitney 8t Marsh I jC
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
I rivtt.n served In ina shell onlv Trv his
tatnous Ham and fcgg Sandwiches and Coffee Cof
DICK DALY, Proprietor
COR SALE-rOUR LOTS. Ilotron Street, Kapa-
lama, vvaikiki, 1400 eacn jens. lot King at.
TWENTY-EIGHT first-class California mules
a Apply to fcmmelt May, Judd llldg normi
SALE Lots joxico In Nujanu trict hi down
NEW Remington TypeHrler Cheap. Apply at
Manufacturers Shoe Co , Fort street. is&gwi
PR SALE TWO brand new skiffs Apply S. P
Petersen, rear of Cjovernmenl sard, corner Ala.
kea and Allen SIS opposite Tlshmarklt P O. Hot tso
FIR SALE-Tjxi,!. corner Prospect and Hackfeld
streets, nice home, eood view, small house, cheap.
must tf seen to b. appreciated,
Apply io uear.
Lansing ft Co . Judd uulldlng
FOR SALE-A JERSEY BULL 10 months old from
best strain of W. G Irwin a Imoorted Jersavs
also on. young grad. Holsteln Jersey cow In cat!
py Leant uairy mock, inqutr. 01 j. cmmci-u i n,
.,7 King street
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
a- ror bale, t-or Kent, t-or Las.
Honolulu. II. I.
ao6 Merchant St.
PR SALE Sesoo Leas, ol a-story business
property on Fort street .4 years to run Ground
Rent $80 par annum. A bargain Apply to
so6 Merchant street
COR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Youna- St
I opposite L. H. Dee. Esq. Inquire ol G. E.
PR SALE S1000
LOT In best portion ol Kallhl
No. sio Fort street
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. By J. M VIVAS ills
FOR EXCHANGE A nice lot In Oakland, Cal for
sugar stocks. Apply to Emmett May, Judd Uldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. H4ll
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In th.
rock and earth business although ha has sold his
Interest In the ballast business
Office. Bethel street In II. R Hitchcock's law
OTFICES FOR kENT In the Elite Building Apply
Jas Stel er. Adams Lane. ,507011
THE BALMORAL, Youngstreet town side, superior
board and rooms, nely furnished, terms modcr
at. 1 elephon. Dot.
PR RENT Furnished house. 7 rooms. Young St
between Keeaumoku and 1'llkol streets Appl,
on premises Mrs L.Au'dorTel 68,
MINE-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. Furniture lor
stn nous, lelt side Ihrlslley Lane. ijos-wi
TO LET--COTTAGE ol 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
G. Schuman a. Mtrchant St., between Fort and
TO LET-4 Mcely Furnished Rooms and t nicely
furnished i room cottage, i room with use of
piano. Apply to Mrs W L. Peterson, 619 Hotel St ,
mimi rumnnini , eiepnon. 3jo. IJQI.tr
TO LET-URGE FRONT ROOM In private laml y
' mauk Thom-it Square Electric Llghtt Ad
dress A. B.C., I1. O Uo 70? Possession at on.e.
COR RENT-On Prosrect. corner Magailnt St,
uriirac, iiumc oi u oom ram. Kucnen, ser
vants ouarlt?ri t7oriJilew pnnJ air -lire crnunJ-t
I or further particulars appl) to Gear, Lansing & Co ,
JuJJ UulMlne is8)-tf
TO LET-rOR RENT j new cottaeei. corner Young
and Artlslan Sli . AlcCuilv Trict Ar&lv 401
OsHKIK., -31 110111
COR RENT SW NVpIv rURNISMrn ROOM1;
t rooms sultatle for light housekeeping In ,ulrt
40 runcnpov.1 siren. ijTmi
THE premises ol Mrs A Rosa, on King St. near
Walklkl switch, unfurnished, possession at once
low terms Apply to John F. Col burn iJTS'tl
Apply to J. M, Monsarrat-
No. 19 Merchant street
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr. T. K. Gibson Apply to
; w a uKinuAiiflintUi
TO LET TIm resldenci of John Eoa at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stablci To let as a whole or la
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I I. S. N. Co '1 office. Queen street 1464-1!
I OST-A PAIR OF Sr-ECTACLES. Th. Iinder
will recelv. a liberal reward at this office, istt
ANOTHER MAN GONE.
George Jonen, a mounted nitrolman,
missing since the departuro of the Aus
tralia on her lust trip, U now lu San
On the day of the departure of the
Australia Jonea mt aboard and got
"solid" with some of the clew by set
ting up the drinks. Then, as n clinch
or, he stated that lie had biou sent by
thu High Sherllf on u chase uftcr nn
imli(7zlci. He did not know Just
exactly when, he vua but that did not
make any dllTireme. He would llnil
Jones owed but cry llttlo lu town
and his lUpurturu fur tho Statin Is
Ut'ued In the light of a decision from
a mind Influenced by littoxlcutlug
liquors. On this account, It Is thought
tbut hu will return home soon,
ACETYBNE GAS LAMPS.
Bicycle, S3. 50,
Carriage, Si 5.00 pr.
Ail these things nnd 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, G-c, - - At CUT PRICBS.
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Constantly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month,
CHOICE PATTERNS IN,
Regular 2jc. value, bought at
Pacific Import Co
FortSt. Progress Block
$75.00, S65.00 anil SGo.oo.
5000, S4500, 40.00, S3500, 2500.
-Next to Bulletin Office.
I. X. L.
near Fire Station
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
. and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
it In All Paris of the City n
Lot 200x200, with Rood cottage anil
well, which supplies plenty, fresh nnd
cool water, entire lot fenced, A rare bar
gain, only 12850.
Kapahulu lots at a bargain.
Lot 80x150. with good house, 53500.
Beautiful home, Puunul, good road,
Lot 60x120, Wilcox Tract, King St.,
Comer King and Bethel streets.
a Closing Sale in New York.