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1Kb EVENING UUt.l.KTINl ItON'Qt.UI.U. H. I., WEDNESDAY, .AUGUST 8, I900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.!
IMPORTERS OK I
Horses, Mules, Cows artful! kinds of Live Stock. A fine line nowi
on hand at Popular Prices. New
livery Wagon, Express Wagons,
V. H. RICE, Pres.
Jas. F. Morgan
it 88 Queen 8tree
On FRIDAY. August 10, 19C0,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the premises, Emma street, near School
1 will sell at .Public Auction by order of
the Board of Education, the two-story
building lormerly occupied as the Royal
School, together with all the windows,
doors and trimmings. '
The first story is of coral, and the sec
Terms cash. Buildings to be removed
In fifteen days.
To Whom It Vlay Concern.
The firm of Herbert & Humphrls was
dissolved on July 31st by mutual con
sent All persons Indebted to Buld
firm of Herbert & Humphrls aro re
quested to settle with as llttlo delav
On and after August 1st, 1000, thtr
successors Drs. Herbert, Humphrls and
Walters will carry on the practice.
All claims against the old firm
should be presented at once for settle
ment to the undersigned.
DRS. HEIUIUUT, IIUMI'HUIS AND
Honolulu, August 1, 1900.
Owing to the above change tho office
hours will be as follows:
Office hours: Dr Humphrls absent.
Dr. Geo. Herbert, 9 to 12 a. m. Dr. St.
D. G. Walters, 1 to 3 p. m.
Evenings, 7 to 8 Dr. Herbert Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday; Dr. Wal
ters Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
Sunday by appointment.
Labor Agitator Spanked,
Walsenburg, Colo., July 26, At the
Walsen camp of tho Colorado Fuel and
Iron Company tho miners do not like
labor agltatorB. Cyrus Fields come to
the camp about two weeks ago and got
work. He Bpent his time In telling tin
men that they were being robbed,
cheated and abused. The men are con
tented and resented Fields' assaults
on their quiet.
Last night about fifty miners caught
Fields, took him Into the middle of
the road, tied him ovqr a barrel and
took turns In spanking him with broad
flat sticks. When they had finished
they took Fields to tho limits of the
camp and told him to go. Ho went.
i MAGIC ; headaches
: WAFERS !. dressing.
Art Bmbroltlery Tuufilit
Having resumed my classes In
EMBRO DfiRY. I will receive dupIs
every morning from giioto n:)o during
vacation. 0000 Manning ami.
777 Fort St., near Vineyard. 1004ml
There will be a meeting of the PEO
Pl.b'S ICE & REI-RIGERATING CO .
at the office of J. A. McCandless, president
n the Judd building, at 4 P- m , on
August l(. Obiect: Election of secretary
Htnrndment to bylaws, and such other
lmln5 a$ may 1 b'ought before the
meeting. i6o4t 3
BAR ASSOCIATION DINNER
The Annual Dinner of the Bar Associ
ation of the Hawallin Islands will take
place at the Hawaiian Hotel, FRIDAY
bVbNING, August loth. 1900, at 7
o'clock. A members ues r ne to attend
will klndlv hind their names at once to a
member uf the committee.
V. O. SMITH.
F. W. HANKEY,
J M. MONSARRAT,
S. M. BALLOU,
1 ficqt 1 Committee.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,''
the only dally Japanese raper published
In the riitllory ol Hawaii 1
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
BUT Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. F U. Box 00.
Delinqent - Stock
MAUNALEI SUGAR GO,, LTD,
On TUESDAY, Aug. 14. 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom, comer of Merchant and
Alakea streets, Honolulu, I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer,
Mr. Emmett May, the following certi Ci
tes of stock in the Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless the Fourth and Fifth Assess
ments; due January i, 'ooo, and May I,
I poo, delinquent February 28. igoo, and
June id. 1000. with Interest thereon and
advertising expenses, Is paid on or before
trie day and hour 01 sale.
Cert. Shares Cert. Shares Celt. Shares
18 70 200 10 354 10
24 10 20 0 355 35
25 10 204 4 356 200
27 50 205 S 358 250
30 IS 2:9 10 384 IS
32 20 210 10 385. 75
33 20 216 40 388 5
38 50 214 10 389 s
3'J 5 "7 15 395 10
47 50 229 20 397 10
49 10 239. 5 404 25
50 5 241 5 407 20
51 5 242 5 408 15
52 5 243 5 415 25
54 10 244 5 424 40
55 10 247 20 428 30
57 5 252 200 431 10
77 5 257 15 432 5
75 100 26O 10 433 5
76 50 268 25 434 100
77 20 2G9 25 440 10
78 20 270 25 441 10
79 10 271 25 442 5
81 25 272 25 443 10
82 10 276 10 444 10
bS 50 277 10 447 10
99 10 292 15 448 5
101 50 294 20 450 35
105 5 290 10 451 5
107 200 297 10 45G 25
U3 15 315 15 457 25
120 10 316 15 460 35
128 20 322 15 4(j 7
132 5 325 10 4O2 8
136 50 326 20 4O3 25
140 10 327 25 464 25
147 15 328 25 465 25
152 10 329 25 4C6 25
153 100 330 25 467 15
157 20 331 25
158 10 332 24
159 10 333 25
6o 10 334 25
6l 10 337 5
162 to 340 2
l$3 5 341 3
6n 50 342 1
176 20 343 1
177 25 347 50
181 5 349 10
189 5 350 5
102 ,46 351 5
193 47 352 5
108 10 353 5
EMMET MAY, Treasurer.
WILL E. FISHFR,
Anclont cemeteries furnish amide
storo of humor to thoao whose Inter
est docs not go beyond tho Uones
which mark the hallowed dust. For
example, the following lines aro fouiid
In u eliun liyunl In Burlington, Vt.:
Sho lived with her husband fifty years
Aim uieu in me messed liopo or a net -
Another, equally ambiguous,
found In Marshfield, Mass.;
"Hero lies tho bodies of
Itutli Wilkinson, bis wife.
Their warfare Is accomplished,"
and second-hand 15tigies, De
lor aJJitiunal Shirring News see seventh pate.
Wcnther Bureau, Puliation, Angus!
8, Temperature oMrntng minimum,
18; Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer at 9 n. in. 29.99. Irregular.
I)cv Point C8F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. GC per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 8. Weather hazy; wind fresh NH.
Tuesday, August 7.
Br. sp. Kllmory, Corrance, 134 days
from Liverpool; 25C0 tons of gen. mdse. to
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Am. sp. Emllv F. Whitney, Pendleton,
21 days from San Francisco: 1800 tons
Wednesday, August 8.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Hanama
Tuesday, August 7.
Stmr Nllliau, Tlmmron. for Anahola.
Stmr Claudine, McDonald, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
stmr W. u. Han, mompson, tor Ka
O. & O. S. S. Australia. Law ess. for
Stmr James Makee. Tullttt for Kapaa.
Gas schr Surprise. Townsend. for Lalia-
Ina. Maalaea. Kihel and Kona ports.
benr. A ice KlmMII. Mason. lor Kauna-
Wednesday, August 8,
Am. schr. W. H. Smith, Smith for the
sound. In ballast.
Am. sp. MaMon Chllcot, Weeden, for
the Sound, In ballast.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
StmrNoeau.Wvman.' Lamina. Hone
kaa and Kukullurle a i . m.
Gas schr. Eclipse,Hennlnscn, for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Hanamaulu
at 5 p. m.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G. Hall,
owler. M. A. Reco. D. Houghtall-
ing, Al ss J. Johnson, Miss t. Doyle, m.
Rosenblat. L. b. Plnkham, Ml-s A. Joa
uen, E. Kaler, J. R. Mannant, J H.
Keana, Rose Charmer, Miss E. L, Doyle,
W. L. Stanley, V. A. Hardy, Frank
Scarsch, J. E Davis, Miss A. Wlebke, D.
Conway, Wm. Stuart Ktrr.
For Maul Ports, oer stmr. Claudine.
Aug. 7.-Mrs. Mist, Mrs. W. P. Boyd, J.
C. Axtele, H. T. Hayselden, Mrs. Wills,
child and maid. W. F. Damon, F. B.
Damon, Miss Helen Allen, Samuel Kama
kala. Mrs. Kamakala. O. J. W. Walka
lal, John Aklna, Mrs. Sela Kalpo, Mis.
Wong Leong and 3 children, Mr. Keklpl
and wife, J. W. Pratt, Paul Isenberg. Sr.,
Mrs. Stair, J. H. Nui and wife. J. H. Nul,
Jr., A. Bortfeld, W. Anama, M. J. Borba,
J. W. Pratt. Miss Kala. Mrs. Mele Make-
kau, J. S. Medeiros, L. Perry, Miss E. R.
Akana, Mis Josephine Akana, Master A
Dunn, Mrs. F. S. Dunn. Miss Muther,
Lorin Smith and Lillian Pihl.
For San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S.
Australia. Aue.7 Mr. Grlcsbv.H.S.Jrhn-
son, w. a. uowen ana wile, w. . i'e.i
... I .. ' . .- r.
cock and wife, Ml$s Kimball, Mrs. Dodd,
ftUf. r". uieason, auss a mever, A Lina
sav. L. D. Prince. Mrs. W. L. Hoprer and
daughter. Master Rouen, Master Cowan,
Miss L. u. r"onj, 1. t-uj ta. b w. iNicnois,
Miss West. Mrs. G R. King. Mrs. C. B.
Taylor, Miss E. Clark. Mrs. Moonev, T.
-. UreUee, Mrs. M. b. Uoughlass, Mrs. L,
M. Cooke. E. W. Schluter. Mrs. M. Good.
Miss Annabel Lee, Miss van Meter, H.
Deacon and son, Mlis Ahrens, Geo. Rich
ardson, the Mlssts Kichardson, Mr. and
F. Humburg.MIss Rosa, Miss A. Arlole,
C. A. BicheCler. C, ,H. Cha-e, Mr. and IMw.
iriis. ,. vv. nuwuc i auu iniiu. inm j.
noipn, cuwara notion, 1 nomas nuiii,.
Mrs. Co'e. Mrs. Ellis. Mis. E. T. Green.
co'e, Mrs. bins, Mis,
Miss Turner, E. B foot. At. M. O'Shaug
nessy, Mr. Hent, Dr. W. A Setchell, Miss
Carrie McCall, Prof, and Mrs. Hosmer, Mrs.
H. J. Dverand child. Mrs. R. M. Davidson.
J. F. Kent and wife. H. F. Ruggies and I cor sale-Lots oioo inNuuam
wife, Mr. T. P. Fultney, E. C. Aldrch,"" '"' ' "lU'' J-H.Schnack.
r. C Aluncn una wives, John Mcureeny
and wife, Mrs. T. E. Montgomery, F. 'I .
de Medlcls, H. A. Allen wife and two
children, E. Bltllngton, J. M. Pfautz. W.
L. Hopper, Captain Smith, Miss baton,
Miss Hitchcock, E. E. Pa.xto.i.
BontH Work Under Water.
Tho Inventor of tho Iladdntz subma
rine boat, which has been successfully
operated In the bay lit Milwaukee (or
Bomo weeks Is now debating wliotln-r
ho would better devote his enereles to
(Setting tho craft adopted by somo gov'
ernment as a warboat or preparing It
for commercial purposes. Ilussla is
the only foreign government which
has shown an Inclination to Investi
gate the Itaddatz, It Is said, but tho
correspondence which has passed Is
very favorable. A tew days ago photo
graphs were taken of the boat In Jit
ferent positions and under various
speeds with very satisfactory result.
It Is Interesting to note In this connec
tion that Lake's submarine boat Argo
naut has Just made a cruise lasting
eight hours, with thirteen passengors,
near Bridgeport, Conn. For four hours
the boat was under water. The Ar
gonaut travels on the bottom, and Is
not a true submarine boat, as com
munication Is maintained with the sur
face by means of an air tube.
Tho ever popular Hnlnlcr beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you liavo a glass of Seattle," Is moro
I often heard than anything else. Tho
Orlterton Saloon has the betr on tap or
, ijott lea
"Well," said a farmer to an Irish
man who was employed on his farm.
"I heard you had n little encounter
with my Devonshire bull yesterday.
Who came off best?"
"Sure, your honor," said Pat, "It
was a toss up." I
W. S. WITHERS, Mr
a.Jj'i. in tin lolwmn mil i intlttli it
eVKssVlf unit a lint cm tntttttcnl if unit tut
inuttlcrt: 10 unit Ml tvera, 40 unit rttv huh,
ni to unit onl monlt. Till It It! rfravif eaw
ftii.f rtvr nffttij tni piapli Htnelulu,
The Port Employment
it KINO STREET,
Next door to BalltysCyclery.
Por the last two months has had a
Blnck LlHt. We request that employers
report to this office any complaint against
WST ALWAYS ON HAND.
TO LET-SIX NI.CLY FURNISHED ROOMS
1 private family
4,6 Punchtowl St., oil Here
OFFICES FOR KENT In the Elite DiilMIng Aptly
Ju Stel er, AJim Line ijcftnt
THE tlALMOKAL.YounKilrMt. town slJ; superior
boird nl rooms: newly lurnlshtJ. lermi moJcr
lt 1 tier-hone 80?. i)9fmi
TO LET-COTTAGE of 4 room To Ul. Ayply at
G. Schuman'i, Mrchinl St., between Fort ind
TO LET 4 Nicely FurnUhtJ Roomiani t rtlcily
turn I the J 1 room cottage, t room with u or
piano. Apply to Mrs. V. L iVterion, 619 Hotel St (
corner Puncht-owl Telephone 366. i.-tl
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private faml y
1 mauka Thomai Square Electric Light. Ad
drtsi A. B, C, C O. O01 to Poitcsftlon at once.
FOR RENT-On Proiocct. corner Magatlne St
detlratle home of 6 roomt;tath, kitchen, ser
vanti quaitert; good view good air nice grounds
For further particular apply to Gear, Laming tt Co ,
Judd Bunding n8tf
THE premiteaof Mrs A. Rosa, on King Si., near
Walkikl switch, unfurnished; possession at once:
low terms. Apply to jonn r. uoipurn, UTi-ii
FOR RENT-OFFICe. Apply to J. M. Monunat.
No. 19 MtrchrU Hrttt. untl
TO LET-COTTAGE on Ptuoa Moid at prtwnt
occupita Dymr. 1. n. uirson Appivio
TO LET-TIM rt.U.nc, of John En it Wilklkl,
furnlshtd or unfurnished. Larg, yari and
hou,.. bim and itifel.a. To Uf at a whola or In
part For furlhtr partlculari, apply to JOHN ENA
ai 1. 1. a n.i.o. 1 omc, , yuatn tuw. i404ir
WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN lor cooklnr and
gentral houttwork In a tmall family. Apply
to Mr Hendry. Prniacola St. ifojwt
WANTED-FIKSTCLASS CHINESE COOK, to
cook for two ptrsont. Hvt or Mx Dol art to
good wan. California Hom, Emma St i6o,wi
UANTED-A brljht Intelligent YOU G MAN tl
vv drlie delivery wagon to make hlmi4ll generally
useful In a place Mutt know the town well. Pre
ference given to an Island toy. Address J. H , Bul
letin Oflice. ISWWI
PLUMBERS WANTED Immediately. Apply Jas.
Ncti. Jr.. Beretanla St.. near ,lunctibol it.
WANTED--AN lto CAMERA. Address rhoto
this office. n8Vmi
ilANTED-WATCHESto repair ty Jeweler of l
' years experience. G. DlfalZ. sit Nuuanu 5t
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII sNGE for clean Cot-
ton Rags. Appplyal Bulletin Oflice. 1 jty-tl
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
deparlm.nt. Whitney & Marsh. is4
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Hltel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
L will receive a liberal reward at this office,
nOR SALE Furniture for a 4room cotlare and
s a lady's bicycle for sale cheap. Apply Punch
bowl street, first hauie makal of Vineyard ,6ot-iw
COR SALE-BIRDS THAT TALK. Now on view
1 and tot sale, a dusen line young Central Amer
ican parrots. Cushman and Nelsn, Nuuanu, two
doors liotn School 5t itoow.
F? SALF" B,AY .R?'D MARE: wl" V"
I L &" T..!rtW.lS? "apSTS WS8
COR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Hobron Street, Kepa
nutu. walk k . 1400 each
TWENTY-EIGHT first-class Call
Apply to Emmett May, Judd Dldg.
uuanu tract fij down
NEW Remington Typewriter. Cheap. Aply at
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Fort street. iB9ws
FOR SALE TWO brand new skiffs. Apply S. P
Petersen, rear of Government yard, corner Ala
kea and Allen sts. opposite Flshraarket. P.O. Uja sso
streets; nice hi
7SXISJ. corner Prospect and Hackfeld
t home, good view, small house: cheao:
be seen to be appreclalid, Apply to Gear,
Lansing & Co
COR SALE-A JERSEY UULL so months old from
s best strain ol W. G Irwin's imported Jerseys
also one young grade Holsteln Jersey row In calf
by Leant uairy mock, inquire of J. tMMELUin,
nr King street.
Also HOUSES AND LOTS
I OTS OF LOTS
For Sale, For Rent, For Lease.
1 6 Mi.,ii"!!,; Honolulu. H. I
POR SALE J4J00. Lease of a-story business
property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent lio per annum,
irsra n. AddIv to
eo6 Merchant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
I opposite L. H. Dm. Esq. Inoulraol O. E.
PR SALE-S1000. LOT la best ponloo. of Kallkl
ilia toitso. Apply to
No. 110 Fort etreat.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
r city. Byj.M. vivas. nit
PR EXCHANGE-A nice lot la Oakland, Cal . for
sugar stocks. Apply to Emmett May, Judd Btdg,
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Tha Union Eipress Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. mill
RUDOLPH DUNCAN aulas that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Bethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
The 4th ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent.
or U.oo per share, due June 20th, lyoo,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the istday of October, 1000,
according to resolution adopted by the
stockholders at a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on the 31st day of July, 1900,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900, 1600 ist
ACETYENE GAS LAMPS.
Library 1 jiytxi,
bicycle, Si. 50,
Carriage, Si 5.00 pr.
All these thlngsrjand lots more Interesting items, at the
Bicycle Department of :::::: :
E. 0. HALL & SON. Ltd,
MACNEALE and URBAN
FIRE and BURGLARproof SAFES
Long years of experience and experiment haw produced
in this safe something near to perfection
THE CHINA TOWN FIRB
was a severe test of .nit the pood qualities of these safes.
They were pronounced by experts to be in the conditions
of any, that went through the lire,
FOR SALE at
FOR CASH at
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Beretanla St., - - near Fire Station
Do - Hand
New Shipments Every A.onth.
By last Australia
we received a large shipment of Ltices and Embroideries;
all over Lace; all over Embroideries; Tucking, com
prising many new novelties.
WE beg to .call attention that we received a complete
new line of . . . '
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDKRWBAIS
which will be placed on sale at I JJ (Sfc
Popular Prices i,taii
Just Received Another Shipment of3e
tfCfc if J Ladles' White
. iLi!l Shirt Walste
Ladies' STRAW SAILOR BATS 1JEJS
inn Ladies's Lislie Vests (white) regular 50 cents
lUvF quality at sale now at 25 cents.
LADIES',- WRAPPERS, at $1 Special
Pacific Import Co.
Fort8t. ProrcM Block
S65.CO and fGo.co.
OO, $40.00. S?5 OO, f 2'3 00.
-Next to Bulletin Office
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:t In All Paris 'ol theCity $3
2 acies taro landrKallhi.
t7 acres fruit farm, Hawaii.
House and Lot. without buildings, 4
Lot looxzoo, Kallhl, A bargain.
25 year lease, to cottage, "central,"
House and Lot with good well, Kapa
Choice lots, Kapahulu and Kaplolan ,
Corner King and Bethel streets.
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