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THE EVENING BULLBTlNi HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST a, I900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
I M PO RT ERS O K
Horses, Mules, Cows onfall kinds of Live Stock. A fine line now
on hand at Popular Prices. New and second-hand Buggies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
W. H. RICE, Prcs.
II 88 Queen Stre
THIS SPACE RESERVED
.All Republicans are requested to
Gather at the
AT 6:30 OCLOCK,
to take part in the parade and
McKlnley and Roosevelt
Returning Republican Dt
leates to National Con
vention will- take pro
JH9 Parade will form on Miller and Berc
6ccond Precinct, Fourth
All members of the Second Precinct Re
publican Club are particularly requested
to take part In the rande 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. GILMAN, Chairman,
Fourth District, Second Precinct Repub
llcan Club. I598.t4
PER S. B. AUSTRALIA.
Juat landed a full line of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail, A -Jll line ot
canned goods. OAMARIN03' REFRI
GERATOR Fine Job Printing at
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
To make up for lout tlmo the Iloartl
of llcnlth holds a special meeting this
Tlio Okl nml Ota Co. of Hnnn, Maul,
lins sued Wilson & Whltchouso for
The distinction "Tribune llliic" Is tb.4
Btniidnril finish of nil models of tho
Judge Estce will be pleased to meet
th cattorneys next Saturday. Seo no
tice under New Today.
Two more poor Chinamen have bjon
Rrrcstcd In their quiet but unlawful
occupation of "hitting the pipe."
Sproat has been arrested on thu
charge of assault on Officer Aim in.
The case will come up tomorrow.
Mrs. Wilder and her daughter, Mr.
Craft, will go over to the McCandksi
place on the. other side of this Island
Clarence, Crabbe of T. II, Davles &
Co. and Captnln Christiansen with a
big spy glass and a copy of the Inter
national signal code were attempting
to figure out the signal flags of tho
Aorangl this forenoon. Quoth the
skipper: "I read It "P. D. Q.' but I
can't see how that can be." Mr.
Crabbe took a long squint and dis
covered the letterB "I. D. Q." which
was found to mean "IDsolved Part
nership." NEW TO-DAY
Herr Pa tir Isenbere wlrd am Sonntag
den 5ten August Vormlttags n Uhr In der
Y. At. C. A. Halle Deutschen Gottesdienst
DER GEME 1NDE VORSTAND.
During mv absence from the Islands'
MR. JOHN BUCKLEY will act for me
under Power of Attorney.
(Signed) J. J. SULLIVAN,
Honolulu, Aug. i, 1000. 1 599U
5th District, 8th Precinct.
All members of the Eighth Precinct,
District 5, are particular!) requested to
meet at the Drill Shed on Satu-day, Aug
ust 4, at 6:jo p. m., to take patt In the
reception to the Republican delegates of
the National Conve tlon.
By order of the Republican Territorial
W. C ACHI,
Chairman 5th District, 8th Precinct.
Attorneys will please take notice that on
Saturday, August 4, at i:?o p. m., at the
Supreme Court room, Judge tstee will be
pleased to meet and form the rcqualntance
of all members of the bar.
At the same time and place Judge Estee
will appoint a committee of three mem
bers of the bar to draft and submit for con
sideration rules to govern the practice In
the U. S. District .ourt.
President Hawaiian Bar Association.
D. H. CASE.
1 59Q-2t Secretary
To Whom It May Concern.
Tho firm of Herbert & Humphrls was
dissolved on July 31st by mutual con
Bent. All persons Indebted to said
Arm of Herbert & Humphrls are re
quested to settle with as little delav
On and after August 1st, 1900, thlr
successors Drs. Herbert, Humphrls and
Walters will carry on tho practice.
All claims agalubt the old Arm
should be presented at onco for settle
ment to tho undersigned.
DRS. HERBERT, HUMI'HRIS AND
Honolulu, August 1, 1900.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, Sept. ist, at 12 o'clock
noon, at front entrance of Judiciary Build
ing will be sold at Public Auction:
Lease of the Government land of Ka
hlklnul district, Maul, containing 25,000
Term of lease 5 years from Feb. 1, igoi.
Upset rental Ijoio per year, payable
semi-annually In advance.
Lease Is on further condition that lessee
shall expend not less than 5200 per year
In eradicating lantana, and that any agri
cultural land may be taken by the Gov
e nment for settlement purposes without
reduction In rent.
J. F. BROWN,
Commlssloner'of Public Lands.
Aug. 1st, 1900. isog-tj
Fine Job Printing at
lor additional Shipping N.wi it. seventh pas.
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First quarter of the Moon on the 3d
at G:10 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Surrey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer .Ian ot 157-30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which is the .me as Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and sailing for the re
mainder of this anj the whole ot next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Mlowera Victoria Aug 4
America Maru S. F. Aug. 10
Alameda S. F. Aug. 15
City of Peking S. F. Aug. 18
Gaelic S. F. '. Aug. 28
Australia S. F. Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
Gaelic S. F. Aug. 4
Australia S. F. Aug 7
Hongkong Maru S. F. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 23
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Weather Bureau, Punahou, August
2. Temperature Morning minimum,
75; Mlday mlximum, 86.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.99. Iregular.
Dew Point 68 F.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au-
Humidity at 9 a. m. 62 per cent,
gust 2. Weather hazy; wind fresh Ntt.
Wednesday, August I.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Rlnder, from San
Thursday, August 2.
Stmr Nllliau, Thompson, from Anahola.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Hepworlh.from the
Stmr Lchua, Bennett, from Hawaii.
Wednesday, August l.
Am. bkt. Kllkltat, Cutler, for the Sound
Thursday, August i.
O. & O. S. c. Coptic. Rlnder. for the
Stmr Maul, Parker, for Maul ports.
Stmr Noeau.Wyman, for Honokaa and
Am. bktne. Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
rranoscq. , ,
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Na
willwlll ana Koloa A $ p. m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at 4 p. m.
TO 8AIL TOMORROW.
, Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Laha
Ini, Maalaea, Kona and Kau at io a. m.
From San Francisco, per O. St O. S. S.
Coptic, Aueust i, To lav over at Hono
lulu H. J. Cochran, Mrs. J. W. Codl-
VT'T P; Y, .,', R T . T IET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In prlv.t. f.ml y
I nrough r-or Yokohama F. T. Gause, I mauka Tnomai Soime Electric iitrm. Ad
Mrs. F. T. Gause. H. W Effex, K. Nlshl-. ' " c, P. o. Boi to,. Posxuion it one.
mura. W. E. Thurston, Airs. W. E. Thurs-
ton.T. Wada, Mrs. L. W. Washington.!
Knr Knhe IC. N thrrifV I W Watli iwinn
v KJl.u , sir ir-.i.t . 1
r. MiaiiuKi, u. y .,y BMiuiKiuii. .
For Hongkong -W. R
Allison. Miss L.
Adam, Miss A. Adam, H. C. Collins,
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. .
For San Francisco, per bktne. Irmeard.
August 2. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Has-
singer and Mr, and Mrs. John Sullivan and
The following are booked to leave for
San Francisco In th Australia, August 2.
Mr. and Mrs. HaPam and two children,
Mr. rirlo-cht,. H lf-hncnn ftrm U.nfl.
W. i Rnw.n n.if. w - D..,..t!
...... .wnv.. hmW nnv, ,,. w. imuvni
and wife. Miss Kimball. Mrs Dodd Pal-
, in , ' ..,.! . . ?'.
rick Gleason, Miss B. Mever, A Lindsay,
L. EL. Prince, Mrs. W. L. Hopper and
daughter, Master Bowen, Master Cowan,1
MlssL.C Pond,T.Fuglta.S W. Nichols.
... . ... ...
miss wesi, mrs. u. w. K. King, Mrs. C,
R. King, Mrs. C. B. Taylor, Miss E.
Clark, Mrs. Mooney, F. F. Dredge, Mrs,
M. E. Doughlass, Mrs. L. M. Cooke, Mr),
n wh.im ,n,i ,uh,'.r w a c.'.,i..' .
ton, E. W. Schluter, Miss M. Good, Miss 8 ,c , B"ay VenlnB ,rom Kona
Annabel Lee, Miss von Meter, H. Deacon and """'l101-18 with the following oar
and son.Ml.s Ahrens. Geo. Richardson. B0: "0 hags sugar, 30 cords wood, 300
the Mlssts Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. C,
W. Howbelt and child, Mrs. J. F. Hum
burg, Miss Rosa, Miss A. Arlole, C, A,
Bachelder, C. H. Chase, Mr. and Mrs.
Rolph, Edward Holton, Thomas Kuhl,
Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Ellis, Mis. E. F. Green, wlB'1 that tlmt ho lo reported In Ho
Mlss Turner, E. B Root, M. M. O'Shaug- ""lulu.
nessy, Mr. Hurlt, Mr. Setchell, Miss Car-' -
rle McCall, Prof, and Mrs. Hosmer and L. Ca'alP tea should prove a good reme
A. Thurston. ( dX In case of feline bites.
W. S. WITHERS, Mjr
Jt. in tht fiumn wtil imttttti 0I
ft ttntt Umt imt inrtit i ttntt (a
t$tnpnt; fa twit cm , 40 tinti two i(
ni Vi ttmli tmt montk. 7tl it tit tttstvtt 4vf
hunt tvtr efttti til Ptofiti Hmlulu.
The Fort Employment
Next door to Bailey's Cyclery.
For the last two months has had a
Black Lint. We request that employers
report to this office any complaint against
Wm- ALWAYS ON HAND.
tlANTED-A brlcht Intelligent YOUNO MAN to
drlte delivery wigon to make himself generally
useful In ft place Muit know tht town will. Pre
ference Riven to an Island toy Address J. H., Bui-
tttln umce. 15991
P. UMBERS WANTED Immediately? Apply Jit.
Net', Jr., BirtUnll St . mat ,lunchbol St.
WANTED Bosid and care for a child, two and
oni'hatf yt If old. Ad Jreil, Idling terjnl.
Box K.. Hulletln office. i)qe-lf
l ANTED sewing by tht day by a young- lady
trom ain rranciuo wnn lonr .xprncnev in
nrttciaii arcit-maKinK. rtjaren n, t. iniiomcc
11 ANTED-. A BRir.MT BOY lor offic- and nit'
W erilly uwful, e oi wicii. Apply In own
ninjwniina: to i u. uqk goo.
WANTED-AN Ixto CAMERA.
WANTED-WATCHESto lipalr by (will ol Ij
yian optilincf . G.DIbIZ, 41-Nmum.St
-kLD PAPERS TO EXCII NGE for clian Cot
' Ion Rig. Appply at Bullttln Omcc. ijNa-tf
CXPERIENCED DEWING GIRLS In drtiimaklni
t ' dipattnunt. Whltmy & Matin. lj6o
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -i
Oyitcrl lervtd n the ihell only Try hti
fanoui Him and tf t Sandwiches and Coffet Cor
Nuuanu and Htt itrttts. DICK DALY, I'roprlitor.
SALE-FOUR LOTS. Morton Stmt. tC.D
lana, walklkl, feoo aach Jclta,
rWENTY-EIGMT first-data California mulei
Apply to Emmttt May, JuJJ Bldg. 1 597ml
FR SALE Lott 50x100 In Nuuanu tract f is don
io par Booth J, H. Schnack. tt Merchant
NEW Rttnlneton Tvptwrir. Chaap.
Manufacturers Snot Co., Fort stmt.
FR SALE-TWO brand nw skiffs. Apply S. P.
Petersen, rear of Government yard, comet Ala
kca ani Allen tts. opposlM Flshmarket. P.O. Bo t
F)R SALE-7JKUJ, comer Prosptct and Hackfeld
streets; nlct home, rood view, small house; cheap;
b sen to bt appreclattd,
Lansing & Co
j van uuiiaing.
COR SALE A JERSEY BULL to month! oil Iron
1 belt itriln of W. G. Irwin'i Importld JcrMyi
alio ont young trail Holttein Jf rwy cow In calf
tyUahl Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTII.
IT King Itrlet. 15591!
I OTS OF LOTS-AI10 HOUSES AND LOTS
L. For Sail, For Rtnt. For Ltau.
06 Mirchant St. Honolulu, H. I.
FR SALE fjsoo. UaM of i-itory builnm
rropirty on Fort strut n viars to run. Grouod
Hint u par annum. A bargain.
barra n. Arnlvfo
06 Merchant arret!.
SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Younr St ,
H. Dei, Eli).
lOHUlllOl O. E.
PR SALE-I1000. LOT In but portion of Kallhl
tin 801150. Apply to
no. io r-orl itfett.
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
ITY. By J. M. VIVAS.
FOR EXCHANGE A nice lot In Oakland, Cal . for
augir itocks. Apply to Emmett May, JudJ Bldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Thi Union Eaprin Co
hal WHITE SAND FOR SALE. ij"
DUDOLPH DUNCAN itatei that he li mil In the
a rock and earth business although hi has sold his
Interest In tha ballast business,
once: Bethel meet la H. R. Hitchcock's law
OrpJCES FOR RENT In Ihe Ellle Building. Apply
Jas. Stel rr, AJame Lane. ISflrmi
THE BALMORAL, Young street, town side; superior
board and rooms; newly fumlihid; terms moder-
Furnished house, . rooms. Young St,
oeiween -.eeaumoKu anj riiKoi streets, npplv
on premises, Mrs. L. Au'd or Tel. 68... iy6-wi
NINE-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. Furniture for
5th house len sldi Chrlstley Lane. isos-wi
TO LET-COTTAGE of 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
' 0. Schuman's, Merchant St., tetvrtn Fort and
TOLfcT-4 Nicely FurnlsheJ Rooms and 1 nicely
furnished 1 room cottage, 1 room with use of
piano. Apply to Mrs. W. L. Peterson, (19 Hotel St.,
leiepnone 300. 1501-11
P? RENT-Oil proirict. comer Mijiiint St
' ltw nom 01 o
s desuabla. homa ol 6 roomi-. lath, btirh.n. .,.
v,. , j,rt. :,. v,,w- ,.j :r. ";..
lor further particulars apply to Gear, Lansing ot Co.!
TO LET-FOR RENT J new cotiagei. comer Young
' and Artlilm Sti , McCully Tract. Apply 40
porrent-si N'ceiy furnished rooms
rooms suitabu tor light houseketping inquire
446 Punchbowl street.
THE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on King St.. near
Walklkl Switch, unturnlih.il- nmutilAn a, Mr..
low terms. Apply to John F. Colburn. ijT-ti
Apoly to J M. Monsarrat.
s No. 10 Merchant street.
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road al crisent
occupied by Mr, T. H. Gibson. Apply to
T.,rITr?'"l" John E.a il Walklkl,
- lurnisnea or unrurnisnea. uirfi yara and
"" Jtm slablei. To III na wbole or In
part. For luiUiirpartlculari. apply Io JOHN ENA
'' w. Coa oaci. pua stmt, i.e.-n
I ost-a.pair or spectacles. ti. finder
a will recelv. a liberal reward .iihtmM- ....
will receive a liberal reward al Hill oWce. i77
8liited the llencln.
Tho gasoline schooner Surprise,
TownBCn(I master, nrrlved In port nt
uags charcoal, 100 bags awa and 60
head cattle. While In tho Moloknl
channel at 11 a. m. yesterday, the
Surprise sighted the Hencla, bound
for Klhel. The captain exDresseil hn
ACETYENE GAS LAMPS.
Carriage, $15.00 pr.
u All these things nnd lots more interesting Items, at the kill
J Bicycle Department of :::::: M
U. O.HALL & SON. Ltd.fi
U Next to Bulletin Office. UU
GIVE OUR DELEGATES
A Blazing Reception
S- W. LEDERER, Ppopr.
On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Navy Contractors. '
kV.iWT. W4KNIJ lf!VH4fi!n!4
Regular 2jc. value, bought at
Pacific Import Co.
Fort8t. Progress Block
$75.00, $65.00 nnd SO0.00.
,50.oo, S4500, $40.00. $3500, $25.00.
&c, - - At CUT PRICES.
I. X. L.
near Fire Station
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol the City ti
Lot 200x200, with good cottage and
well, which supplies plenty, fresh and
cool water, entire lot fenced. A rare bar
gain, only I2850.
'Kapahulu lots at a bargain.
Lot 8oxt 50, with good house, $3500.
Beautiful Home, Puunul, good road,
Lot Ooxiio, Wilcox Tract, King St.,
i5oo net. .
Comer King and Bethel streets.
a Closing Sale in New. York.
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