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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1900,
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Horses, Mules, Cows aniall kinds of Live Stock. A fine line now
on hand at Popular Prices. New and second-hand Buggies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
Paint your house
With HALL & SONS Ready Mixed Paints
If you " ant good results . . .
WE HAVK TWO KINDS OF MIXED PAINTS,
HmII'8 Cottage mid the Navy Floor
& Deck PalntBi In qu'rts, gals, and gallons
V. H. RICE, Pres.
W. S. WITHERS, lr
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTION EER AND
-88 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
NEWS OF THE TKAN8P0UT8.
Tlie transport Kosecrnns will Mil
from San Francisco for China tluilry
the latter part of the month. She will
carry two llKht butteries.
The transport Warren was haUng
cxtensUe lepalrs made to her eiiBltiM
and boilers when the Alameda sailed.
She Is supposed to sail from Sun
Francisco for the Orient tomorrow.
The Aztec was to have sailed shortly
after the Alameda left. She carries
mall for Guam.
San Francisco, Aug. 7. The trans
port Sherman riache.d port last night
at 11 o'clock ami nmhored off Melggs
wharf. The ti lp was madu from Manila
In i'i da s, the record ttlme In the trans
port service. A stop was made at Na
gasaki, anil from there the run waj
made In 1G das. The passeugtrq
number 53 cahln, 57 discharged soldiers
13S Invalids, 12 prisoners and 10 indi
gent steerage. During the voyage there
were three deaths. The vessel will go
into quarantine until completely rili
Infected. Captain Grunt Is In com
mand. San Francisco, Aug. 8. The trans
port Universe sailed yesterday morn
ing for Nagasaki with 3500 tons of hay
and grain for the animals of the United
States troops In China. While the or
ders of the Universe take tier only to
Nagasaki, it is understood that she will
proceed thence to Taku. The next trans
port to sail will be the Warren, under
orders to Manila, via Nagasaki, on Au
gust 16th. No dates have yet been
fixed for the departure of the Strath
gyle, Aztec, Slam or Delglan Kins,
but all of them, with some animals, and
others with supplies and men, will gel
away soon, Repairs to the Delglan
King were completed yesterday at the
Union Iron Works.
The steamer Slam Is under charter
to the government to take supplies to
China and the I'hlllpplnes.
'.'Man wants but little here below,
lNorwants that little long."
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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 certlfi
tes of stock In the Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless the r-aurtn and hlltli Assess
ments; due January i, '900, and May 1.
1000 delinquent February 28. igoo, and
June to. 1000. with Interest thereon and
advertising expenses, Is paid on or before
the day snd hour of sate.
Cert. Shares Ort. Shares Celt. Shares
18 70 zoo 10 354 10
24 10 201 6 355 35
25 to 204 4 356 200
27 50 205 5 358 250
30 is 2tg to 384 15
32 20 210 to 38? 75
33 20 21O 40 388 5
38 50 214 10 380 5
39 5 "7 15 396 to
47 50 220 20 397 to
49 10 239 5 404 25
50 5 24t 5 407 20
51 5 242 5 408 15
52 5 243 5 415 25
54 10 244 5 454 40
55 to 247 20 428 30
57 5 252 200 JJI 10
77 5 257 t5 412 5
75 too 26O 10 433 5
76 50 268 25 434 too
77 23 269 25 440 10
78 20 270 25 441 10
79 o 271 25 442 5
81 25 272 25 443 10
82 to 276 to 444 10
88 50 277 10 447 to
99 10 292 15. 418 5
101 50 294 20 450 35
105 5 296 to 451 5
107 200 297 10 450 25
H3 15 315 15 457 25
120 10 316 15 460 35
128 20 322 15 4O 1 7
132 5 325 to 462 8
136 50 32O 20 4O3 25
140 10 327 2 464 25
147 "5 328 25 465 25
152 10 329 25 460 25
153 too 330 25 467 15
157 20 331 25
158 10 332 24
159 10 333 25
160 10 334 25
tGl to 337 5
102 10 340 2
163 5 341 3
1&; 50 342 1
176 20 343 1
177 25 347 50
181 5 349 10
189 5 350 5
192 40 35' 5
193 47 352 5
198 to 35J 5
tST This sale has been postponed till
EMMETT JAY, Treasnrcr.
WILL E. FIS'IFR,
Bawaiian Goferoment 6 per
for which Ihe highest market price will
be paid. Inquire of
BISHOP & CO.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THr
Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In probate At Chambers. In the
Mitter of the Estate if Kan Kee, de
eased. Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given tint the under
signed hat been appointed administrator
of the estate -f said deceased.
ALL CREDITORS of said estate are
hereby notified to present their claims,
duly verified, with proper vouchers. It any
to the undersigned at the ofiice of the Hllo
Mercintllc Company, Limited, In Hllo,
Hawaii, within six months from the date
of this notl e, or such claims, If any, will
be forever barred
W.H. LITTLE. Administrator.
V. S. WISE, A'ty. for Administrator.
Hllo, Hawaii, Aug to, A. D. 1900.
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For aJJitlonal Shlpv ln(j New. tea seventh fair.
Weather Uiireau, l'unahou, August
IE. Temperature Morning minimum,
5; Midday maximum, 84.
Barometer nt 9 n. m. 29.98. 8teady.
Dew l'olnt COF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. Gl per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust IB. Weather clear; wind light
Tuesday, August 14.
Stmr Maul. Parker, from Hawaii DJtts:
1284 bars sugar.
Gas schr. Surprise, Townsend, from
Kona and Kau.
Am sh. J. B. B'own. Knleht. davs
from Newcastle; coal to cr'er.
Wednesday, August 15.
O. S. S. Alameda, van Oterendorn. from
Tuesday, August 14.
Simr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
stmr Kllauea llou, McAllister, for (Jlaa.
Stmr W. U. Hall, Gregory for Kauai
Schr Golden Gate, Pahla, for Maul and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
O. S. S. Alameda, van Oterendorn. for
the Colonies at 2 m.
Stmr MlKanala, redersen, for Walmea,
Eleele and N ihau at 5 p m.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. Ala
meda, Aug. 15. Miss H. Austin. Ml K.
Bard, A. C Chambers, G. L. Chandler,
G. A. Cooke, Geo. de la Ve gne, C. J.
El Is, Miss A. Foster, Ma). T. J Gregg
and wife, Miss M. Gregg, Mrs. Jas. Har
row r. P. R. Helm, Milton Heyneman and
w.fe, H. Hill O. H Keyes, Mis-1. Keyes,
Ja.G. King, wife and child, Miss A. E.
Knapp, Mrs. C. J. Ludwlg-rn and two
children, R. G. Moore, Miss C. W. Paul
ding. J. E. Peterson, Mrs. L. Pickhard,
Mr. Beakbane, E. Pollltz and valet, R. K.
Raymond. W. E Reavls and wife. O. G.
Singleton and wife, J J. Taylor and u lie,
W.G. Taylor and wife, Mrs. J. B. Wat
son, F. J. Wheeler, wife, three children
and maid, W. D. Wilder, W. J. Withers
and wife. Through for Apia: Robert
Tibbltts. Auckland: R. L. Adams. P. L.
Augoustures, wife and child, F. Clark,
Max ELkelbaum, S. J. Nithan, Mrs. G.
Nlccol and child. F. Oakden. Fr d Pcp'er.
Thos. Pepler and wife, Miss E. K. Pepler,
Miss I. W. Pepler, A. Petlthorv, wife and
child, L Stoupes, wife chl'd. Svdney:
W. G. Balfour and wife. C. A. Barnard,
R. B'axland, Frank B nd, Geo. Bond, Dr.
F. G Bralthaite. wife and child. C.
Clark ard wife. J. Colinge, Mrs. F. Cot
Ian, W. J. Etlbeck, Mrs. A. E. Foster and
son, N. Guth-ldge, A. C. Lucas, Jas.
Marsden.F. W. J.Moore T. P. Pures,
W. b. veirs.
For Maui port , rer stmr Claudlne,
August 14. B. R. Banning. T. R. Ro
binson, Miss A. I. Foroes. W. J. Forbes,
Miss Massey Chong Hlng, Chong Youk,
Chong Monn, H. H. Petterson, Hon You
and son, Mrs. S. Kalama, Walter Kinder,
C. W. Baldwin, Miss Hart, Miss on
Nostrand. .Miss Thomas, Al. G. Anjo,
Airs. S. Vasconcellosand 2 children and C.
For Nawillwlll, per stmr. W. G. Hall,
August 14 D. P. R. Isenberg Lena Aha-
,iu, k. &&'b f,uii, ti.ia. 11. 1.1 aye, lcv.
Kong Yul, Mrs MHItr. G. AUNIcoll and
wife. Lucy Kaukau, Mollle Sikuma, Allss
Bochelau, L. Ahsen, Mis Juliet King. W.
F. Lucas, A Femindez, W. Gag:, H. M.
Pembroke, Al. F. Prosser, Mrs. Kim Muck,
Miss M. Defrles. C. Dalvan, A. A. Bray
mer. Mrs. W. Hardy, John D. Wlllard,
H. A. Schmidt, Wo see, Miss J. Keahl.M.
Woaa. A. V. Peters. Paul Schmidt, M.
Schmidt, Miss C. Boyd. Miss L. Boyd, A.
KIMBALL'S TRIAL. TRIP.
San Francisco, Aug. E. The new
steamer John S. Kimball left her berth
at Mission wharf 1 at 1:30 o'clock yes-j
terdny afternoon for n trial trip on the'
bay. carrying Bevernl hundred Invltqd '
guests and n hand of music. With llagj
Hying and her blauk topped whlto
smokestack making her a conspicuous'
object, the Kimball steame.l around
the bay. The spick and span nppear-'
ance of the vessel extended even to
Captain Thwlng and the other offlcera,
who were out in handsome uniforms
and were popular hosts during the tilp.
in esieuuier ueveiopeu a speeu oi
about twelve knots and the muchlnery
wus found to be in satisfactory condi
tion. The steamer Is scheduled to
leave for Nome next Thursday and up
on her return to port will probably
make a trip to Honolulu. It Is con
sidered likely that the Kimball, on ac
count of her luxurious passenger ac
commodations, will become 1 regular
vessel between here and the Islands. I
She has ben handsomely fitted out and
can carry 200 or 300 passengers very)
comfortably. Her dimensions are:
Length, 223 feet; breadth, 38 feet;
depth, 24.10 feet; gross tonnage, IBS.
20 tons; net tonnage 1208.30 tons. The
steamer has bilge keels, vfhlch prevent
any pronounced rolling.
it. in fif column uitt .. intttUJ t
II tlnn m tint cm inurttw II (mil tut
imitihoni: to ili em irf.l, 40 etntt Ivo uttkt,
nl 6d ttnlt on. monlh. Itli 11 Hi tktbtil idvtf
Uum evtr cftrtd Ibt PtopU . Honoluin.
The Fort Employment
7 KINO STREET
Aintrlcin About h yf .
old as Cltrk from J1.50
CMriMt first Cook J j
wick, boird and room.
Japanc fir it Cook Is
Hftk, toard and room.
European Cook J6o
month, board and room
common works, store
Chines and Japanese
f amity cook, $$ week,
Doara ana room.
LOST A mouse colored horse marked P. O White
sto Wr behind. Strayed away Thursday.
Please notify this office. i6iq-iw
WANTED A ftood Or I vine Horse, reasonable
price. Dr. Camp, Board of Health, itiowt
WANTED riWST CLASS CHI VESE COOK, to
v conk f"o person. Five or Mx Dot art to
food man, California House, Emma St 1601
ANTED-AN io CAMERA.
WANTID-WATCIIESto i.rlr by ..l.r of )i
ytar, experience. G. DlfclZ, .it Nuuenu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE for clean Cut
ton Kg. Aprp'y t Bulletin Office. isf)-tf
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dreiim.klng
depirlmtnt. Whitney & Mai.h lj6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oytterl fterved n the thell onW Try his
famous Ham and tare Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Httel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor
TO LET Two Furnlshtd Rooms at No. o. Garden
TO LET Collate on Alapal street. Collate on
Ueretanla street. Arplv t"
No a ft Merchant street
:OH RENT Too laree nicely Furnished Rooms
Nuuanu St., second door from Schoo . tCcowi
OFFICES FOR RENT In the Ell e Uulldlnc Aprly
JasStel er, Adam. Lane. tjtTmi
TMF BALMORAL. Youngst-eel. town side; superior
board and rooms; newly furnished, terms moJer
ate Telerhone 8or. isor-mi
TO LET-CO rTAGE of a rooms To Let. Apply at
O. Schuman's. Merchant St., between Fort and
TO LET a Nicely Furnished Room, and on. t room
1 cottage nicely fitted up with kl chen. i room with
us. of p'ano. Apply to Mrs. W. L Peterson, 610
Hotel St.,cormr Punchbowl Telephone 366 iiot-tt
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private faml y
1 mauka Thomas Square Electric Lights. Ad
dress A. B. C P. O, Uoa 707. Possession at once.
T lib premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on King 5t . near
Walklkl switch, unfurnished: possession at once:
low terms. Appl to John F. Colburn. i75tt
COR RENT-OFFICE. Apply to J. M.Monsarrat.
- no. ig mer.n.m .ir.ei.
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
s occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson Apply to
I J.J M.S.GRINBApMglCO.
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as . whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S. N.Co.'a office. Queen street. 1464-tf
FOR SALE-New nodern 8-roomed residence with
large lot at l'unahou. A bargain Apply to
too Merchant street
;OR SALE larpe Warehouse In good location
' Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
sc .Merchant street
FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Ilotron Street, Kapa
hulu. Walklkl, f.oo each Jells. 101 King St
TWENTY-EIGHT firs -class California mules
Apply to Cmmell May, Judd Bldg. ij07m I
FOR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract t is down
,10 per monlh. J, H. Schnack, esj Merchant
FOR SALE TWO brand n-w skiffs. Apply S. P
Iatrt(.n tut nf finvtsrr.m.nf atA rnrnr A1
kea and Allen sts, opposite Flshmarktt. P.O. Uoa tao
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
I.ITT. by J. M. VIVAS
:OH EXCHANGE A nice lot In Oakland. Cal . for
sugar stocks. Appl to Emmett May, Judd Dldg.
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co
na.i wniic jftnu run anic. 154 )u
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Office, bethel street In H, R Hitchcock's law
All those Intcres-ed In the HONOLULU
DRIVING CLUB ASSOCIATION are
requested to meet at the Club Stables TO
NIGHT at 7:30 to arrange business mat
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii.
In Probale At Chambers. In the
matter of the Estate of MRS. AMA-
LIA JOY, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
Petition having been filed by Mary
Anna Lee, sister of said Intestate praying
that Letters of Administration upon said
Estate be Issued to her, notice Is hereby
Riven that MONDAY, the 10th day of
September, A. D. loco, at 10 o'clock a. m.
In the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time and place for hearing
said petition, when and where all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, If
any they have why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, August 13th, 1900.
By the Court.
J. A. THOMPSON,
J. T. DE BOLT,
Attorney f r Petitioner.
;r NAGIC 1: headaches
ftWMWWW.Wfc cent, all Urs,K.I.U.
WE ALSO HAVE
A PULL LINE OF . . .
brushes, paint scrapers and torches,
oil, turpent ne, varnish, sandp.iper,
In fact everything you need
when fixing up your house
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to Bulletin Office
Give your baby
BetTor Oa-rriagres a,ra.cL Q-o.caxts
A fine new lot just received Ex EMILY F. WHITNEY
A large stock of . . .
ICE CHESTS and
will be sold at Lowest Cash Prices.
Selling Agent for the Celebrated . . .
MACNEALE and URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR proof SAFES
THE I. X. L
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Beretanla St., - - near 'Fire Station
oustHutly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Received by "HONGKONG Maru"
A Large Shipment of 1M
direct from the Manufacturers
Wt& We carry several grades in stock which we Jfj
WW, will place on sale at BED ROCK PRICES. J $
250 pes. Japanese Silk in all shades suitable
for fancy work, 2j-inch goods, heavy quality. Special
Low Price: ::
V fca rU
Boys' Knee Pants
We guarantee every pair to be fast color, not to rip
Jtpsr Special at 40c. pair -ten
50 dozen Boys' Overalls in all sizes gS5C
BUck and Brown Denim Hs
35c. a pcir. , ffi?C
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BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris ol the City ti
Homes at a bargain, lots 5otco, only
5io per month, and 525.00 deposit.
20-year leaje with good bulldlrg's an
nual Income 35 percent, on money InvesteJ.
iS-vear lease Beretjnla St. lot 95x35
Rental only $12.50 per nKiith.
Gooi building lot, 60x120, Wllco.x tract
Homes In all parts of the city.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
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