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Till: UVUNINO UUI.I.IlTINi HONOLULU, II. I.. I'MUAY, AUOUST to, 1900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
IjVIKJKTEUS ok I
Horses, Mules, Cows ami till kinds of Live Stock. A fine line now
on hand at Popular Prices. New and second-hand Bug&ies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
Point your house
With Hall & Sons Kcmly Mlxetl I'nlnts
If wii " rtnt kckxI futiilts . . ,
Wl: IIA I: TWO KINDS OI! MIXliD PAINTS,
llnll's CottJijie nnd the Navy Floor
& l)ecl Pnlnte, In qu'fts, ft i!:tls. nnd gallons
-V. H. RICE, PPC8.
V. S. WITHERS, Mr
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTIOf EBR AND
-88 Queen Stpeat
THIS SPACE RESERVED
To Whom It Way Concern.
The Arm of Herbert & Humphris wan
dissolved on July 3Ut by mutual con
sent All persons Indebted to said
firm of Herbert & Humphris aro re
quested to scttlo ultb as little deluv
On and after August 1st, 1900, thlr
successors Drs. Herbert, Humphris 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. HERBERT, HUMPHRIS AND
Honolulu, August 1, 1900.
Owing to tho above change the offlce
hours will bo us follows:
Offlce hours: Dr Humphris absent.
(Dr. Geo. Herbert, 9 to 12 n. in. Dr. St.
D. O. Walters, 1 to 3 p. m.
Evenings, 7 to 8 Dr. Herbert Mon
day, Wednesday nnd Friday; Dr. Wal
ters Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Sunday by appointment.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Assessab I e
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS
Hotlce If hereby given thtt the nth As
essment heretofore advertised as of 10 per
cent due and payable on the 2nd of August
has been reduced toaK percent or 50 cents
per shire, due and payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber loth, 1000,'penalty of 1 per cent per
month from Sept. loth, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1G00 1 5t
The 4th ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent,
or fJ.co per share, due June 20th, 1900,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the istdayof October, 19001
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 15
Delinqent - Stock
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD,
On TUESDAY, Aug. 14. 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, comer of Merchant and
Alakea streets, Honolulu, I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer,
Mr. Emmett May, the follow Inc certifi
es of stock In the Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless the Fourth and Fifth Assess
ments; due January I, igoo, and May I,
looo. delinquent February 28. igoo, and
June 30, 1900, with Interest thereon and
advertising expenses, Is paid on or before
the day and hour of sale.
Cert. Shares Cert. Shares Celt. Shares
18 70 200 10 354 10
24 10 2oj 0 355 35
25 10 204 4 356 200
27 50 205 5 358 250
30 15 2:; 10 384 15
32 20 210 10 385 75
33 20 216 40 388 5
38 50 214 10 380 5
3v 5 "7 15 395 'o
47 50 229 20 397 10
49 10 239 5 404 25
50 5 241 5 407 20
51 5 24 5 40S 15
32 5 243 5 415 25
54 10 244 5 424 40
55 10 247 20 428 30
57 5 252 2oo 431 10
77 5 257 15 4J2 5
75 100 2G6 10 433 5
76 50 26S 25 434 100
77 23 269 25 440 10
78 20 270 35 441 10
79 10 271 25 442 5
81 25 272 25 443 10
82 10 27G 10 444 10
88 50 277 10 447 10
09 10 202 15 448 5
101 50 294 20 450 35
105 5 296 10 451 5
107 200 297 to 45O 25
U3 5 3 15 457 25
120 10 316 15 460 35
128 20 322 15 46I 7
132 5 325 to 4G2 8
136 50 326 20 461 25
140 10 327 21 4O4 25
147 5 328 25 465 25
152 10 329 25 4G6 25
153 100 330 25 467 15
157 20 331 25
158 10 332 24
159 10 333 25
1O0 10 134 25
161 to 337 5
162 to 340 2
63 5 341 3
169 50 342 1
176 20 343 1
177 25 347 50
8l 5 349 10
189 5 350 5
192 46 351 5
191 47 352 5
108 10 353 5
EMMET MAY, Treasnrtr.
WILL E. PISHFR,
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
Stipulations have been tiled to hear
Julia A. Paty vs. Oahu Railway and
Land Co. In uientlon, anil to continue
the following to November lerm: Kn
plolanl Estate vb. W. R. Castle, trus
tee; W. It. Castle, trustee, s. Knplo-
lunl Estate; Kaplolanl Estate vs. E.
I'tck & Co.; Kaplolanl Estate vs. L. A.
Thurston, and Knm Fung vs. Knm
Judgo Humphreys denied tho motion
to reinstate Young Chung vb. Joa Da
vis on tho calendar.
Oeo. R. Carter, administrator with
tho will annexed, has glen nls receipt
to himself as temiorary receiver of tho
ostnto of Jacob JurgenBen, for property
valued at J12.82fi.70.
Edwin M. .Marshall, administrator of
tho estate of John Hupp, deceased, has
filed his bond of $10,000 with Clinrls
Ik-rnanl Reynolds us surety.
In John S. Andrado vs. Adelaide An
dradc, ilhurco, Charles Cielghton for
libelee motes for $50 a month tempor
ary alimony and $123 counsel fee.
Judge Sllllman gave Judgment for
plaintiff for $30 with Interest from
June 20, 1900, In J. W. Kealakaa vs.
lkt alias Yeo Kee.
CHASED HIS WIFE.
Alex. NlcholaB was arrestcl yester
day on the charge of assault with a
weapon (a carbine) on bis wife. Tho
two parties apeared in the Police Court
this morning. Nicholas pleaded guilty.
He admitted chasing his wife wlthi a
rifle and threatening to Moot her' be
cause she gave him only two dolluis
when he aBked for Ave with which to
gamble and thus provide for the house
There was no disposition on the part
of Mrs. Nicholas to havo her husband
punished so Judgo Wilcox suspended
sentenco for thirteen months, wnrnlni;
blm that It would go hard with him In
case he should repeat the offense.
Not Robert But JYIntt.
ny somo means tho report has been
spread about town that Hubert Peel
of San Francisco Is dead anil his frlcndu
aro making inquiries as to tho truth
of this. A friend of Mr. Peel recelvd
a letter from him by the America Maru
yesterday. It appears that h brother
Matt is tho one who died. TJ0111 men
have vlsltted Honolulu and are well
lor AdJitlonil Shlf plnf Nw m wvtnth pi.
Weather" Uurenii, Pitnnhott. Augiirt
10. Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Mlildny maximum, $5.
Unronictrr at 8 n. in. 30.01. Steady.
Dctv Point CSK.
Humidity nt 9 a. m, 05 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 10. Weather cloudy; wind fresh
Thursday, August 9.
Stmr Mlk.1h.1la, Pedersen, from Maka
wrtl. Schr Malolo, Nelson, from Maunalel.
Gas schr. Eclipse, Gahan, from Kauai
T. K. 1C. America Maru, -Going, from
San Francisco, Aug. 3.
Friday, August 10.
Not. S. S. Thyra, Advarden, from Yo
kohama: 445 tons Oriental mdse. to Alex
ander & Baldwin.
Stmr Mauna Loa. Simerson. from Maul
ports; 8052 bigs sugar, 09 bags coffee, 2607
tt. koa. 25 noes. 20 Kegs butter. 52 eens,
bananas, 12 sks. awa, 2 bdtls. goat skins,
0 bills. HI Jes and 4 bales wool.
Stmt James Makee, Tullett, from Ka'
S mr Keauhou, Mosner, from Wtlmea;
1055 bags sugar and 128 bags taro.
Thursday, August 9.
Gas schr. Eclipse, Henningscn, for Kauai
Stmr Wnlaleale, Green, for Hanamaulu.
Stmr Mikahala, Pedersen, forMskawell.
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
Japan and China.
Am. sp. Dlrigo, Goodwin, for San Fran,
Cisco, with 5487 tons of sugar.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Kauai. B rutin, for Walmea and
E'eele at 5 p. m.
From Anahola. cer stmr. James Makee.
Aug. 10. A. C. Warner and 10 on deck.
r-rom Walmea. per stmr. Keaunou. Aug.
10. Miss Agnes Kalaweola and 7 on deck.
From Maul and Hawaii norts. ner stmr.
Mauna Loa, Aug. 10. Mrs. J. Sherman,
G. R. Stoll, C. F. Turner, W. F. Bartels,
K. wassman, .Mrs. t-. u Leslie, r-annle
Leslie. Master Leslie, Miss Sarah Yates,
Mrs. Malumalu. Mrs. Kaoaa. Mrs. Haae
and 4 children, Master J, Boyd, R. Haka
halupa, R Lono. F. Gouvela, Mr. Taylor,
J. F. Brown, Miss C. Green. Miss R.
Green, J. Phillips, Rev. Arblll, H. S.
lownseru. j. 1. layior, w. Kinder, J. J.
Barrett, Will Smith. Geo. Stadler. C. P.
Mulvaney. Matt McCann, F. H. Haywl
den. W. Mavselden. H. T. Havselden. W.
a. wan. Ma-ceiuno, -. Aneen,.w.
Miss Kaulanl, Mrs. Kauwenaole and 119
Meade's Day to Sail.
S. F., Aug. 1. The Army transport
Meade Is scheduled to sail at noon today
for Nagasaki, en route to China or Manila,
but on account f tnedltticultlrs occasioned
by g'ttlng troops and their baggage on
board promptly she mav be delaveJ. The
transport, however, will sail as soon after
noon today as possible. She will take, In
addition to a number of cbln passengers,
tne intra Battalion or uiei-iitetnin intatv
try, consisting of companies I, K, L and M,
U1IU VIII,"JIIIC3 U, Jt 11 UIIU I Ul MIC
Third Cavalry. Three representatives of
tne Associated fress will al-o sail on the
Meade, and Professor C. C. Plehn and wile
will alo be amonz the passeneers. Pro'
fessor Plehn was iccently appointed by
the Philippine Commission to take the
census or ne rniuppines.
Hancock' Finally Departs.
S. F., Julv 10. The transport Hancock
sailed lor China, via Nagasaki, vesterdav
morning at 8:20 o'clock, after lying In the
stream off Fol-om street since midnight
Saturday. The transport was delayed In
leaving the dock by the failure of many of
the marines to return from shore leave on
time and by a fight that occurred between
two of them, bhe has aboard batteries A,
O, D and I of the Third Artlllerv, 500
marines and 300 recruits. In addition to
the troops the transport will carry a large
amount of rations, clothing and medical
supplies, and Is expected to reach her des
tination by the middle of August.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin
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: NAGIC : headaches
i WAFERS i! dressing.
jfJWfMlVWWA'rtt!: M rests .11 dr.KRlrti.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have been made In the
fo owing Road Boards, namely:
District of E wa and Walanae A. Ahrens
chairman; F. Meyers, A. Kauhl, members.
"District of Walalua-C. P, laukea,
chairman; W. F. Goodale. Kalalkawaha,
J. A. MCCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works' Office, Honolulu, Aug.
9, 1900; lOofrt
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING
Sealed tenders for the construction of a
toilet building and lavatory for the Ka
ahununu School, Beretanla street, to be
completed on or before Monday, October
29, will be received at the Office of the
Department of Public Instruction until
noon of Saturday, August 18,
Plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of the Department.
The Department does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Honolulu, Aug. 9, 1900, i6ost3
lrasKfc rr.fl . i.r .r ,.,ri.; if rr.ft tt.
inutticnu to ttt .r mil, 40 rr.'i lire fcrrA,,
nj M rr.ff e.r m.,e. 71 (I l (ttstttt 4vr
flit.f rier tffttti IU Ptapl 4 . Htnetulu,
The Fort Employment
ttf KINO STREET
I'hom Main jl,
Amtflctn about 14 jfi.
oti as Llcrk from $ $0
to Si per wftk.
Chines first Col Jj
wttk, board an4 room,
Jipins first Cook f j
week, board and room.
Earo)7at Cook Ho
taimtb, board and room
common wurki, store
CMmsc aid Japantie
rami'y coo, j wk,
boarl and foon.
FROM Oihj Collect (round , Ueht try
horte. Flndrr rt. nollfy O.hu Collrec.
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. Tli."Vnd,r
L. will ,ec.lv. . Ilbr.l f.w.fj .tlhlt offic. ,;,,
RPENTTw, Urg. nlc.ly Furnished Room,
Nuuinu Sl.t crtnd door Irom Schoo. ,Ccftw,
TO LET-SIX NI1.ELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
1 plv.le fimlly 4,6 I'uMhbowl St., off Brrt
rPICES FOR RENT In In. Etll. IlullJIne Arrly
.11 airi rr, ajihi, 1..B.. utTini
THE BALMORAL, Young st ect, ton aid. supr ter
board and rooms, newly furnish J, terns moder
an Telephone 807. nqmi
TO LET-COTTAGE ol i room. To Ul. Apply t
G. Schwann's, Mttctitnt St., tftwrtn Fort and
TO LET 4 Nlcly Furnliht d Room, and i nk.ty
furnished , room cottage, , room with us. of
piano. Apply to Mt. W. L. Wtcrson, 619 Hotel St.,
corner Punchbowl T.lephon. )66. ,;gitl
TO LET-LARGE FRONTROOM In private l.rol y
a mauka Thotnat Square Electric Llrhti. Ad
dress A. 0, C, I. O. tioi tor. Possession at once.
'HE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on Klnjr St., near1
- naiKiKi iwiiiu, uniuani.iivu, pucion 11 unci;
lowtermi. Apply to John F. Colhirn. ,5,5-1,
:OR RENT-OFFICe. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
no. 10 ffiercnam ipeei. 151,1,
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
a occupied by Mr T, H. Gibson Apply to
TO LET-TM residence ol John Ena at Walklkl.
I furnished or unfurnished. Lift, yard and
house, bare and liable,. To let at a whole or In
part For fuither particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S. N. Co.. office. Queen street 1464-tf
WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN for cooking- and
general housework In a small family. Apply
to Mrs Hendry, Pensacola St. tfajwt
WANTED-F1RST CUSS CHINESE COOK, 10
cook tor two persons. I Ive or six Dol an to
good man. California House, Emma St ,6o,wi
XANTEU-AN tx 10 CAMERA. Address Photo
VV this office. tjB&-mi
aANTED WATCHES to repair by Jeweler of J
rj years experience. G. DlbtZ, 41, Nuuanu 51
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot-
ton Rags. Appply al bulletin Office, ijoo-ll
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
department Whitney & Marsh. ,566
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -'
Oysters served n Mi. shell only. Try his
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Httel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor,
PR SALE I urntture for a ,.room cottae. and
a ladv'a bktcla for aale cheaD. Avclv Punch-
bowl street, jlrst house makal of Vineyard 1601. iw
COR SALE-IIIRDS THAT TALK. Now , view
I and for sale, a doien fine vounv Cetitnl Amer
ican parrots. Ohman and Neltm, Nuuanu, two
aoorsiiom --cnoo, a, icoewt
PR SALE-A DAY ROAD MARE: will pace or
trot; suttab'. fur Iphaeton or surrey; reliable
and safe for lady to drive. Apply 10 W. M
FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Hobron Street. Kapa
hulu, Walklkl, (400 each Jeffs, tot King St
TWENTY-EIGHT first-class Calll
Apply to Emmett May, Judd Htdg.
COR SALE Lots soxtto In Nuuanu tract ftt down
1 f 10 per month. J. H. Schnack, si) Merchant
NEW Remington Typewriter Cheap. Apply at
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Fort street. ijfcVwe
COR SALE TWO brand ntw skills. Aoolv S. P
1 Peterson, rear of Government vird. corner All.
kea and Allen sts. opposite Flshmarket. P.O. Box eeo
PR SALE-A JERSEY BULL m month, old from
best strain ol W. G Irwin's Imported Jerseys
also on. young grade Holsteln Jersey cow In call
by Leahl Dairy Stock. Inquire ol J. EMMELUTH.
ni swing street lou
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
1- l-or bale, r-or Kent, r-or tease.
sot Merchant St. Honolulu. If. I
COR SALE l4joo. Leas, ol a-story business
property on rort street ,4 years to run. urouna
rargain. Apply to
tc6 Merchant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
orposn. i,. n. ties. esq. inquire ot u. K
BOARbMAK 1404 -If
COR SALE-J1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sue 00x1 jo. Apply 10
No. no Fort street
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
i.iiT. pyj. m. vivas. nee
COR EXCHANGE A nice lot In Oakland, Cal . for
sugar stocks. Apply to emmett mty, judd uidg,
OT1CE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
wn, n jwihf rviis OAIC. S41II
RUDOLPH DUNCAN autes that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although Iw has sold bis
Interest In the ballast business.
Ones: Bethel sum In H. R. Hitchcock's law
Election of Officer.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Club Stables Co., Ltd., held this day the
following officers were appointed to serve
tor tne ensuing year:
Paul Isenberg President
C. H. Belllna Vice-President
C. Bolte Treasurer
John Buckley Secretary
A. V. Gear Auditor
These will serve as Directors.
Honolulu, Aug. 8. loco.
NOTICE TO WORKINGMEN.
All Mechanics and Laborinc Men
are requested to attend a meeting to
oe neiu on j-kiuay bVtNING,
Aug. loth, in the Plumbers' Hall.
Fort nnd Beretanla streets, for the
purpose of taking steps to fittingly
celebrate Labor Day, September 3.
n-umtJEKS' LAUUK day L.UM.
WE ALSO HAVE
A FULL LINE OF
brushes, pafht scrapers nnd torches,
oil, turpentine, vrinitsh, sandpaper,
In fact every th In 6 you
E. 0. HALL
MACNEALE ' and URBAN
IRE and BURGLAR proof 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 all the good qualities of the.v safes.
They were pronounced by experts to be in the condition
of any, that went through the fire.
FOR SALE at
FOR CASH at
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
Beretanla St., - - near Fire Station
On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
By last Australia
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we received a large shipment of Laces 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 UNDERWEAR
which will be placed on sale at
Just Received Another
Ladies' STRAW SAILOR BATS USUI'S'
inn Lac-'es's Lis.ie Vests (white) regular 50 cents
lJJ quality at sale now at 25 cents.
LADIES' WRAPPERS at $1 Special ;
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
. . .
when fixing up your house
& SON, Ltd,
Next to Bulletin Office
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY! FOR SALE
tt In All Parli ol the Cily
2 acres taro land, Kallhl.
17 acres fruit farm, Hawaii.
House and Lot, without buildings,
Lot 100X200, Kallhl, A bargain.
25-year lease, to cottagr, "central,"
House and Lot with coed well, Kara
Choice lots, Kapahulu and Kaplotan
Corner King and Bethel streets.
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