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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 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 Buggies, De
livery Wagon, Express Wagons, &c.
W. H. RICE, Prcs.
VARIETY I OF DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 83 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit..',..
EXCAVATING CONTRACTED !
CORAL ADD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished bv the day
on nours nonce.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Bethel St., next to P. O.
Catholic University Endowment.
The Catholic Unherslly authorities
at Washington have been informed
that one of the largest benevolent
unions in this country, the Knights of
Columbus, expects to endow a chair
at the university nxi October, it
will be known ns thu chair of Ameri
can history mid represents an endow
ment of $50,000. Tits tiuiowment will
bu the third made by American socie
ties In II10 university, as tho Ancient
Order of lllbcrluns and tho Total Ab
stinence I'nlon of the I'nlted Stiit.-s
already have founded chairs wltn
funds of $50,000 e.uh Public Opinion.
! vji lYi'iY 1 hi 1 1 1 1 1 it''J c u ro
: MAGIC 1 headaches
It WAFERS : dressing.
tftvmwfwffmii'-i mu n Jri.i.
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Do you WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Room 7
Do-you WANT a Bicycle ?
Do you WANT a Horse ?
Do you WANT a Wagon ?
Do you WANT a Wife?
Do you WANT a Husband 7
Do vou WANT a Hnusekeener?
Do you WANT a Servant?
Have vou Anvthlncr to Sell 7
Have you Lost .Anything?
H e you Found Anything ?
WANTS is cents a line one Insertion, 25
cents two Insertions, 30 cents one week,
40 cents two week, and- Go cents one
month. This Is the cheapest advertis
ing ever offered to the people of Honolulu.
DON'T BE A CLAM!
If you want anything,
how In the workl do you expect people to
know about It If you maintain
Try the Bulletin Want Columns, and If
the reading public have what you want
you'll be sure to get It.
If they were not, whenever you
happened to have a want, all you
would hive to do would be to
work up a "think" nr two and
people would rush to you like bits
of me'al tn .1 magnet. As It Is,
though, the easiest, quickest and
cheapest thing you ian do, Is to
For liJltlonal Shirking Nwi tt wventh pagt .
Weather Ilurenu, Punahou, August
17. Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, S7.
llarometcr nt 9 a. in. 29.9G. Iregular
Dew Point G9F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. CG per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 17. Weather clear; wind light E.
Friday, August 17.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Mual ports.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Houdletle, from the
Stmt James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
paa; 2300 bags sugar.
S mr Keauhou, Mosher, from Kauai.
Thursday, August iG.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Koloa.
Friday, August to.
Am schr. Miutcma, Smith, for the
bound, In ballasl.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEIINOON.
Gas schr Surprise. Townsend. for Lalia'
InJ, Klhei, Makena and Kona ports at 5
O. S. S. Marlpoa, Houdlette, for San
Ftanclsco'at 4 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Keauhou. .Mosher, for Eleele and
Makawtli a- 3 p. m.
From Kauai, per stmr. Keauhou, Aug.
17. W. Fisher and 0 on deck.
From Kanaa, per stmr. James Makee,
Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hundley,
Miss B. Hundley, Mrs. H. P. Hugus, G.
It Ewart and u n deck.
From the Colonies, per O. S. S. Mari
posa, Aug. 17. Hetr von Gram.itrkl.
Through: Mr. and Mrs. C. Rutherford.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. J. Reynolds, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Reynolds, Miss Reynolds, Miss
M. Coulter, Mrs. T. Murphy and child,
M's. F. W. F rster. Fred. R. Forster, Ml-s
B. Galletly, Chas. Holmes, J. S. Cherry,
W. Waldron, Raymond Payne, Ceorge
Parker, Chas. Nott, F. Odium, H. U.
Goddem, G. R Johnson, G. J. Smith,
w. K. fcju-ardes. u. M. t-reedman, bd.
Hewes P. B. Norton, C F. Sterling, Lees
Milne, F. G. Carpenter. Maj H. Biteman,
R. Hoffmann, Geo. W. Pask, Rev H.
Macluskle, W. M. Peters, Capt. Thorn
sen, W. von Vusll.
The following passengers are booked to
leave tor San Francisco In the Mariposa
sailing this afternoon: Miss Grace Patter
son, Mrs. James Hanover, Mrs. J. W.
Evans, Mrs. M. Heynemann, Frank Hus
tace and wife, Miss L. WarJ. W. E. Fos
ter. Mr. Jaeger, Miss I. Jaeger Allen
Jaeger. G. A. Marshall, F. Thompson,
Mrs. M. V. Backus. H. B. G Thoma.
H. W.Thomas, C. D. Vincent, C. A.
G-aham, Oscar T. -ewall, Captain W. D. '
Burnham. D. B. Dearborn, Jr., H. K. Sel-.
bv, J..J. Bennett, Mrs. Ma y Bennett, Dr.
W. C. Stubbs and wife, W. A. Summer-'
ton, W. Schlcntee, Lieut. C. S. Williams,
Georce C. Seet. Mr. Waltv. W. II.
Gregory, Charles W. Gray, John Slinger
land, b. J. Collins anJ wife, A T. Large,
C. G. Ellison, H.J. Thomas, A. deSouza,
J. Carrol, Jjse S. Manil, H. H. Beecher, J.
W. Bowman. John Wlncke. J. B. Hum
phrey, Henry Wise, Miss May NlchoU, I
c. w. ly lieu and wire.
Gcorgla'tt Good Investment.
The Georgia School of Technology
is suld to be Justifying the wisdom of
those who persuaded tho Georgia
Legislature to appropriate $10,000 fori
Its establishment, and who gave Ir.im '
their private means a like amount,
plus $20,000 worth of machinery and
$13,000 worth of supplies. The school
has been In operation ubout two years.
and It is stated in n recent report that
of the ninety-four living graduates '
all but nine are employed In pursuits
for which they have been fitted at Ihu
bcIiooI. Public Opinion.
The Hull & Son's nine will play the
I'unahous on the l'unulioii grounils t
morrow at 3:30 p. m. 1'ollowliig are
the I wo nines and the positions thry
Hall & Son Wlllkokl, c; H. Kaal,
p.; E. II. Parts, lb.; A. Louis, 2b.; J.
Aklna, 3db.; Kiwu, ss.; Malioe, rf:
S. D. Kokl, cf.; J. Aylett, If.
Punahou A. Murcalllna, c; A. Cas
tle, p."; W. Wright, lb.; J. MarcalHno,
2b.; C. Cooke, 3b.; F. Wright, ss.; J.
Clark, If.; W. Aheen, rf.; H. Cruzau,
The Summer School of Religious
History, which has been in session at
Haverford College, was attended by
students from thirteen States and two
Territories, besides Toklo, Japan; tho
Isle of Wight, Cuba, Newfoundland,
and London. Iluddhlsts, Swedenbor
glau, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Congre
gational, Baptist, Episcopalian and a
large majority of Friends were omonK
the denominations represented. Pub
W. S. WITHERS, Mfir
Jl, in rail tolmmn ultl nt initrttj nt
It limit n lint ont inititttnt at etntl tvo
inmhtnlt to tmtl ont totik, ttntl two it tiki,
nnj to ttntl out month, Tiif it Itt ttttttit now
tttint tvtr offttld tot ptoptt if Htnttnlu.
The Fort Employment
fif KINO STRCET7 'Phone Main j8.
American about 14 v.
old i Clerk from If 50
CNnfst tint Cookfs
wrk, fcotrd and room.
Japanese first Cook (5
wk, fcoirJ and room.
Europtan Cook S6o
ffiomh. board anJ room
common works, ttort
Chlnttc and Japan,,
family cook, $j wrtk.
board and room.
ClfiC Vehicle and Supply Co
Apply t P
ANTED A Good Driving Hore, renoniMa
price. Dr. Camp, Board of Health, ittowt
UANTED-AN 8x10 CAMERA.
OANTlD-WATCHESto repair ty jeweler of ij
years experience u. uitix, 41T niiuann m
OLD PAPERS TO EXCM NGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Apppl) at Bulletin Office. isfo-tl
PXPEHICNCED DEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
t- deparlmint Whitney & Marsh 1366
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
Oysters served n tne sneil only 1
famous Ham and tgg Sandwiches and Coffee
Nuuanu and Ihtel streets.
DICK DALY, Proprietor
-TO LBT-KICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. Apply
I tMrs. Wm L. Peerson, 619 Ho'tl St .corner
Punchbowl, TeUphone ICK U9tJL
TO LET Two rurnlth id Rooms at No, 9, Garden
TO LET Cottage on Alapal street. Cottage on
licretanla street. Arply ti
No. a I Merchant street
ZOP RENT Two large nicely Furnished Rooms
i nuuanu ai., leconj ator irom cnoo ifxewi
OFFICES FOR RENT In the Ell-e Building Apply
Jas Stel er, Adams Lane. isqtith
THE BALMORAL, Youngsteet. town stde; superior
board and rooms; newly lurnkhed; terms moJer
ate Telephone 801. i;cttni
TO LET-COTTAGE ol 4 rooms To Let. Applyat
G. Schuman's. Merchant St.. tetwrcn Fort and
TO LET -4 Nicely FurntsheJ Rooms and one jroom
cottage nicely fitted up with hi chen, t room with
use of piano. Apply to Mrs. L Peterson, 619
Hotel St., comer Punchbowl Telephone j661j9t.il
THE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on King St., near
Walklkl switch, unfurnished; possession at once;
low terms. Apply to John F. Col bum. i)TJtf
COR RENT-OFFICt. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat.
no 19 jncrtnum ureci. 1"
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupies cy mr, 1 n. uirson nppiv 1
TO LET The residence of John Eaa at Walklkl.
furnished or unfurnished. Lares yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at 1 1. a n. L0.1 omce. yueen street. 1404-11
COR SALE-Fresh MILCH COW with heifer calf
(or sale at tne block Taras. tbiiwi
COR SALE -New moJern 8-roome J residence with
urge 101 at runanou. a rargain. Apply to
ao6 Merchant street,
:OR SALE Larae Warehouse In gooj location
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
o6 Merchant street
COR SALE-FOUR LOTS, flobron Street, Kara-
T butu, Walklkl, ?4oo each Jtfls, tot King St
TWENTY-EIGHT f.rst.class California mules
Apply to Emmetl May, Judd Bidg. ijTm 1
COR SALE Lots coxioo In Nuuanu tract (11 down
io per month. J, H. Schnack, tij Merchant
PR SALE-TWO brand niw aklfli Apply S. P
1'etcrton. rar ol Governirwil ard, corner Ala
kea anJ Allen at. opposll Mkhmarket. P.O. li-in tao
:OR SALE-LANDS IN AIL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS nil
I OST-LETTERS aid ested to Mrs. Emilia I-
trljht. FlnJer pleate return tame to this offica
anJ receive reward. itmwi
LOST A mouM colored horia marked P O White
tuxklns behind. Strayed away Thursday.
I'.ette notify thli office, i6io-iw
FOR EXCHANGE A nice tot In Oakland, Cal . for
ttugar stocks. ArP'V to Emmett May, Judi Bid?.
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Eipien Co
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
Can satisfy your wants
if you mention them in Its
IN I PHON
AND GET IN
THE BAND WAGON!
"'"W" WST f M m m-W
Will buv you a fine up-b-date RAMBLER BICYCLE.
We sell thrse en the installment plan for f 5- more, easy
We take old Wheels In exchange as part payment and
alio all they are wort".
We have a numbir of second hand Wheels In stock
now that we can sell at verv low trices. If vou want a
cheap Wheel call and look at them.
We have a big supply of SUNDRIES, and also do the best repair
work In the I (lands.
E. 0. HALL
Give your baby
Baby Ca-xxiSLgres'sLrid. ca-o.csCxts
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
.;Mr4rMtfmffWH . .
FIRE and BURGLAR proof SAFES
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDERER, Ppopr.
Beretanla 6t - - near Fire Station
''oDstaotly - do -
New Shipments Every .Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Received by "Hongkong Maru"
A Large Shipment of W&
direct from the Manufacturers
P We carry several grades in stock which we &ft
$m will place on sale at "BED ROCK PRICES. JC?
250 DCS. Jaoancsc
for fancy work, 25-inch
low rnce: ::
Boys' Knee Pants
We guarantee every pair to be fast color, not to rip
to- Special at 40c. pair -ten
50 dozen Boys' Overalls in all sizes
BUck and Brown Dentin
35c. a pair.
& SON, Ltd.
-Next to Bulletin Office
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: lr. All Parts ol the City ti
Homes at a b.ircaln, lots 53ico, only
$10 per montli,.anJ 1 25.00 Jepcxlt.
20-ytar leae with kooJ bullJIrg's an
nual income jspercent.oninoneyinvesteJ.
15-year lease Beretanla St. lot 95x35.
Rental only $12.50 per munth.
G00J building lot, C0M20, Wilcox tract
Homes In all parts of the city.
Corner King anJ Bethel streets.
Silk in all shades suitable
goods, heavy quality. Special