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THE EVEN NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 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 Bug&ies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
Paint your house
With Hall & SONS Ueatly .Mixed Paints
If you want good results , . .
WE HAVE TWO KINDS OF MIXED PAINTS,
Hull's Cottage tuul the Navy Floor
& Deck Paints, in qu'rts, '2 gals, and gallons
W. H. RICE, Prcs.
W. S. WITHERS, Mr
WE ALSO HAVE
A FULL LINE OF . . .
Knr aiHItional Vhlpt In News sea seventh page.
Weather Hiirenu, l'unahoti, Augtift
13. Temperature Morning minimum,
To; Midday maximum, 81.
llaromctcr nt 9 n. in. 30.02. Steady.
Dew l'olnt C5F.
Humidity nt 'J a. m. CI per cent.
jjMatnond Head Signal Station, All
Kiist 13. Weather hazy; wind freih
Saturday, August 11.
Am. sdir. Aloha, Mrye, it das from
Sunday, August 12.
Stmr Allkahala, I'eJersen, from Maka
well. Stmr W.G.Hall, Thompson, from Na
wlllulll. Stmr Walaleale, Grttn, from Hanama
ulu. Stmr Claudlne, McDonalJ, from Maul
S"aturJav, August 11.
Stmr rCenuliou. Mother, for Makaw ell.
Stmr James Makee, Tull:tt for Kapaa.
Gn senr. Queen of Isles, Litchfield,
for Caroline Islands.
SunJay, August 12.
Am. bk. Alden Hesse, Potter, for San
Am. schr. .Meteor, Laas, for the Sound
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Makawell at
, 4 P- m.
stmr. Keauhou. Mosher, for Hanamaulu
and K I hue a at 4 p. m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Kaunakakal
and Maunatel at 5 p. m.
Stmr Mokolll, Napel i,for Molokal ports,
at 4 p. m.
Schr Golden Gate, Pahla, for Kauna
kakal at 4 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Lain
4na, Maalaea, Kon.i and Kau at 10 a. m.
Stmr Klnau, CUike, for Hllo and way
pp-'sat tin. m.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
pons at 5 p. m.
Gas schr. Ellipse, Hennlngsen, for regu
lir Kona ports at 5 p. m.
StmrUoolu, Ualton, for Honolpu and
Jas. F. Morgan
-83 Queen Street
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 following certlfi
tes of stock In the Maunatel Sugar Co.,
liu., unless me i-oumi and riltli Assess'
fn,0. .l.tS llMl.ir. t .AAA .....I Mn..
mvii)uut manual v i, yw, uiiu may I,
1000, delinquent February 28. iqoo, and
June 30, 1900, with Interest thereon nd
advertising expenses, Is paid 011 or before
me nay and 11 our 01 sale.
Cert. Shares Ort. Shares Celt
ii IS 1
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 15,
AT lo O'CLOCK A. M
At mv salesroom, n Oueen street. I will
sell at Puollc Auction an assortment of
furniture, couches, sewing machines,
cro:kery, glassware, lamps, monkey cag,
bird cages, etc , etc.
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction a consignment of
new iron salts in assorted sizes.
ftv?" This sale has been postponed till
EMMETT HAY, Treasurer.
WILL E. FISHFR,
DEPARTMEN T OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-NOTICE
Examinations of candl Ja'es for Teahcer's
Primary Grade Certificates will be held at
the High School, Honolulu, on September
3rd and 4th beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.
Exam'natlons will also be held by
the Traveling Normal Instructors as fol
lowssubject to unavoidable changes, of
which notice will be given by telephone.
Walohlnu, September 14th and 15th,
Hllo, October 12th anJ 13th.
Honokaa, Nov ember 2nd and 3rd.
Kona-waena, December 7th andSlh.
Walluku, September 14th and 15th.
Hana, October 12th and 13th.
Lahalna, November 2nd and 3rd.
Llhue, December 7th and 8th.
All teachers without certificates, and
those holding second and third class certl'
ficates that have expired, are required to
present themselves for examination.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
ELEU AND FEARLESS AT
EITHER END OF HAWSER
Captain Brokaw Has Papers Giving
Him Full Rights Eleu's
Rights Seem Doubtful.
One has simply to' stroll along the
water front to find that .tlio air is
churned with nil kinds of trouble be
twien the government as owners of tho
tug Elcu nnd tin- tug Fearless which
arrived lecently from San rranclsco
with the Intention of entering Into tlu
tuwago business of this port.
Although the majority of men who
lmo business along the water front uio
on the side of the new arrival. Mill
there may bo found those who tiuvo
taken sides with the Eleu.
Cnptnln Ilioltaw of tho Fearless Is
not worrying himself a bit. When
seen this morning ho had the follow
ing to say to a Dultcttn reporter:
"I ramo down hero to go Into the
towngo business nnd I am here to stay.
I have been Interfered with by the tug
KlfU but that does not at all deter mo
from my purpose.
es, t came Here wuu every rigu;
that an American cltlten nojds to go
Into the business. I have papers that
arc signed by the proper Inspectors nnd
by the Collector of the Port of San
Francisco, Col, Jackson, lly these, I
can tow between San Francisco and
Honolulu, between San Francisco and
ports of these Islands and between the
ports of the Islands.
"For my port, I fall to sec what right
a government tug boat such as tho
Kleu, has to Interfere with
n private enterprise, I believe there Is
a constitutional provision to the effect
that the government has no right. As
I understand It, n government tug
boat Is supposed to protect the Inter
ests of the Territory. U she tows any
vessel sho cannot collect any money
and the captain of nny vessel concern
ed could sign his bill under protest.
"Yes, the Klcu did go out after tho
schooner Aloha which' arrived Satur
day but the Fearless got alongside
first. Wo biought the vessel In and,
upon arrival in port, sho was taken In
chnrge by Harbormaster Fuller."
Collector Stnckable was asked about
the papers of the Fearless and, In 10
ply, ho spoke ns follows: "Tho pa
pers are full nnd sufficient nnd give the
Fearless the right to enter Into tho
towage business In these Islands. Cap-
tnln Droknw has a Pacific Coast pilot'
license and his engineers are licensed
men ncrordlng to the law of tho Unit
mtCS44' in tbit ttlwmn uttt h intttttt tff
flfclf ttrit 4 hn$ cm inttttion; if ttntt two
inuttinmi to ttntt tnt uttk, ft ttntt tuv wtth,
nJ (Vi ttntt ont rntntt. till ti 14 tttJtttt linr
HUM Vtr bfftrtJ lit PtopU 0 Honcluln,
The Fort Employment
tEEt, 'Phonc Main 38,
tiT KINU STREET
Airtrktn it-out 14 jri.
otJ as Ltrrk from ft. 50
tJ per irmk.
Chlnts first Conk $$
ftitk, board anJ mom,
Japant tint Cook j
ttrrk, fcoari and room.
European Cook $60
month, board and room
common works, store
Chinese and Japanese
faml'y cook, Jj week,
board and rorm.
I I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
win receive a urerai rewarj annp ornce, i)tt
COR RENT Two large nicely Furnished Rooms
nuuanu m teonj ooor irnm nenno iucwi
TO LET-SIX NI-tLV FURNISHED ROSMS.
private family 440 rune n tow 1 m., on ttere
01 F1CES FOR RENT In the Ell t Bull J Ire Appl
Jas htfl er, Adam Lane, rymi
THH BALMORAL, Youngst-etl. ton :Je; suptrlcr
board and rooms; re y furnished, terms moJer-
ait 1 eiepnone bo?. ijgtmi
TO LET-COTTAGC of 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
1 (J. Schuman's. Merchant St., between Fort and
T')LET 4 Nicely Furnished Room and one woom
cottage nicely fitted up with kl chen. 1 room with
use ofpano. Apply to Mrs. W L. Peterson, 6ig
uoieiai ,tornrrruncngo lienpione )Ut 159, ti
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private faml y
mu inimii aquire circuit li cm, nj'
dress A. 0. C, P. O. bo tot. Possession at on;e
THE premliescf Mrs A. Rosa, on Kin St, near
Walklkl switch, unturntshed; possession at once,
low terms. Apply to John F. Col burn, J?5tf
RENT-OFFICt. Actlv to J. M. MoniitiiL
no. 19 wcrcn.ni iTrttr. ijim
TO LET COTTAGE on I'auoi Moid fnmt
frt ICT Ti .! J.. l.l. Ca lf.lt.lt.l
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard ani
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or Ib
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
ai 1. 1. a. rt.Lo.i omce. vueen sueei. 149411
WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN for coukln and
general homework In a small family. Apply
10 flir nenaiy, repacoia si. ioojwi
WANTED-FIRST CUSS CHINESE COOK, to
cook for twti persons, live or MxDolarsto
Rood man. 1 aiirornia Mous. Emma M i6owi
ANTED-AN 8x10 CAMERA.
ANTtD-WATCHESto ttp.lrby Je-it,r of ;;
yciricAptntr.ct. u. UICIA, ,1, nuu.nu l
CXPEklENCEO DEWING CIKLS In dreimiklnE
- orf imnin. wniintv oc w.r,n. ,500
ID PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for ct.in Col
Ion Kc. Apyply .t Hulletln Office. , jfg-ll
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters servri n ll. shell only Try his
iinuui nmm mna egg D.njwici rs .nj Lorree. lor
Nuuinu and llvtl sirens. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
Carrier Dove, lumber from the Soniad
Carrolton, lumber from the Sound
S. C. Allen, general msrchnudlso
fium San Francisco for Honolulu.
Jessie Minor, lumber from the Sound
for Kallua, Hawaii.
Consuelo, mcichandlse from Si'll
Kinnclsoo for Xinhukona.
w!k ' ' JAS F
mStVl in :'- ' " I608WI
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fourtrt t-ircult, lerrltorvof Hawa
In probate. At Chambers. In the
matter or tne Estate of Kan Kee, de
eased. Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is herebv trlven thit thi imW.
slened hai been ippolnted administrator
01 tne estate ct sau aeceased.
ALL CREDITORS of said et.it,.r,.
herebv notified to Dresent their rl.nlm
ti- i t.L ---.. .. ....,
uuiy veruieu, wun proper voucners, ir any
to the undersigned at the office of the Hllo
Mercintlle 1 Company, Limited, In Hllo,
Hawaii, within six months from the date
of this notl.e, or such claims, If any, will
be forever hatred.
W. H. LITTLE. Administrator.
W. S. WISE, Atty. for Administrator.
Hllo, Hawaii, Aug to, A. D. iqoo.
Hawaiian GoTeromeot 6
From Nawlll vlll. rer stmr. W. G Hall.
Aus. i. Miss Helen Hess, J. E. Davis,
.Mrs. Mary Joseph and child, H. Y. Shaw,
W. H. Baugh, Chas. Eakln, Alex. May,
Jas. K. Kula. J. Wlllard. J. F. Bnwler.
Mike. Walter Hardv. Cant. Johntnnr.
G. McNIcholj Mr. and Mrs. J. H Mason,
W. L. Stanley, M.F. Prosser, F.J. Miller,
and Co on dck.
From Makawell, per stmr. Mlkahala,
Aug. 12. Mrs. M. Ailau, Master Gretn.
Messrs. Shutter, Patrick and Malle and 0
At a meeting of tho Road Comtssloa
In tho Legislative hall, Capitol build
ing, today, matters In connection with
the extension of Million! street wire
discussed. Representatives of the
Dlshop Estate and Wm. 0. Irwin wero
given a hearing In the matter of tho
assessments for betterments. Tho
commission adjourned at 12:15 p. m. to
meet again at, 9 n. m. tomorrow.
COR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Hobron Sire, K.pa-
tlulu, U'jlklkl. f,oo each Jcfls, lot Klnc St.
rWENTY-EIGIIT frs'-cUss CalKornli mules.
I Apply to Emmett May, Ju4i Utjg. ijyTni,
FOR SALE Lots 5.xtoo In Nuuinu trictf,, down
do per month. J. II. Scluuck, as Merchant
aueei. , MTI'tl
MEW RimlnKton Typerl'er Cheap. Apply at
' ' Manulacturers Shoe Co., Fcrt strtet. ;st9-w
FOR SALE TWO brani n.w skirls. Apply S. P
Peters, n. rear of C.overnm.nt lard. rrttft At..
kea anJ Allen sts. opposlle Flshmatket, P.O. Ut sao
COR SALE-A JERSEY HULL an months oli from
1 best strain of W. G li win's Imported Jerseys
also one younc jtrade Holstcln Jersey cow In call
vy keani uairy 310CK.
eT Ulng street.
Inquire ol J. EMMELUTH.
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
1 For Sale, For Rent. For Lease.
ao6 Merchant St. Honolulu. II. I.
PR SALE S,soo. Leas, ol .-story business
prtperty on fort street , years to run. Giouni
Kent S8o per annum. A barrafn. Apply to
, eo6 Merchant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Younr St
i-.W..1!!.1" H- D"' E1- loqulrtol O. E
PR SALE-Iiooo. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sli. Soxtjo. Apply to
No. )to Fort street.
FJLtyNm,NvaAs" PAWTS W.Hh
PR EXCHANGE-A nice lot In Oakland. Cal . for
sucar stocks. Apply to Emmett May, Judd Hide.
Dan McCarthy won the three-minute
class race at Kaplolanl park Saturday,
winning two straight heats In 2:45 and
In the Police Court today Mrs. Hunt,
charged with being a disorderly pr-
son, was reprimanded nnd discharged.
for which the highest market price will
be paid. Inquire of
BISHOP & CO.,
Sho was reading over tho marriage
Sho made It a point always to do
this, "for," as she ouco said, "no mat
ter how well you may hnvo known n
pnrt In tho past It always should be re
hearsed before a piece Is revived."
"Till death us do part," bIi eretd.
Then she stopped to think, "Dear nie!"
she commented, "how foolish! Haven't
they any confidence In the courts?"
Chicago Post, , ,,...
I'?&,T.9r1uc,tGF.R,s.T!". &"" E" Co
"" "'nil- J"i'Li rjn 3AI.C. 1)4 J"
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although tit bat sold his
Interest la tht ballast business.
Office. Bethel street la H. R. Hitchcock's taw
brushes, paint scrapers nnd torches,
oil, turpentine, varnish, sandpaper,
In Tact everything you need
when tlxlng up your house
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to Bulletin Office
Give your baby
StylisHa, Ccnn.f srtaTol,
A fine new lot just received Ex EMILY F. WHITNEY
A large stock of . . .
ICE CHESTS and
will be sold at Lowest Cash Prices.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated . . .
MACNEALE and URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR proof SAFES
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Beretanlo St., - - near Fire Station
(In - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
BURNETTE d DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts o.fhe City :i
Homes at a birpln, lots 5oico, only
$io per month, and J25.00 deposit.
10-year lea.e with good bulldlrR's an
nual Income 35 percent, on money Investei.
15-vear lease Beretanla St. lot 95x35.
Rental only S12.50 psr month.
Good Dinldlng lot, C0X120, Wilcox tract
Homes In all parts of the city.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
By last Australia
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 une 01 ... ,
LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
CITY OF HANKOW.
When tho City of Hankow was seen
uays out from Newcastle on her wuy
to this port with a full cargo of coal,
her rudder head was carried away. In
stead of putting In at Auckland as nln.i
captains out of ten would have dune.
Captain Thompson kept his ship on her
course and brought her to Honolulu
after on average trip. Ho deserves
great credit for this as the owners nt
the vessel were saved a large amount
of money by his action.
Captain Williamson of tho Wool-
lahra, a third owner In tho City of
Hankow, speaks In words of greatest
pralso of Captain Thompson.
Tho rudder of the City of Hankow
Is now on tho murine railway bolus
put In Bliapa ncaln. Tho vessel will
sail on Thursday, If possible. If not,
sho will put to sea on Saturday, Cap
tain Thompson is a lit superstitions
!vi i'iViViViV, 11 H 1 iViT.
I MAGIC I
which will be placed on sale at I &s2
popular Prices XitP
Just Received Another Shipment of
(t I I Ladles' White
Ubllll Shirt Waists
Ladies' STRAW SAILOR BATS SS,
lOn Lad'es's L'slie Vests (white) regular 50 cents - '
yv . quality at sale now at 25 cents.
LADIES' WRAPPERS at $1 Special
MWWfMWUK lc.t. all dr.ggl.ta.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
taft&ar,,i,f; u. -t- '.
t 4&dT 35..