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THE EVENING BULLETIN: . HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1900.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
' '" Precinct,
I - h
.' . MA
, - 7th
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.
1900 &. 1900
V. H. RICE, Pres.
W. S. WITHERS, Mr
as. F. Morgan,
ii'.l Queen Street-
On THURSDAY, August 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tht farmer residence of Dr. McGrew
tn Hotel Mrert, nenr Alakea, 1 will sell at
Public Auction the remainder of the house
hold furniture, consisting In part of parlor
and bedroom furniture, wardrnhes center
UMe, brlc a br.u. oil pan'lngs, niKJ,
mahogany chair, etc., e c.
On FRIDAY, August 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Dr. McUrew on Hotel
street, near Alakea. I will ell at Public
Auction, several wooden buildings, lumber
t!oor, window, frames, stationary wash
tut etk.. etc.
Terms cash; buildings to be removed
wlthir ten d,iv.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
On TUESDAY, August 21,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction a large assortment
of household furniture, beds, bureaus,
washstands, sideboards, kitchen utensils,
crockery, glassware, dry good, blankets,
shoes, door mats, slop palls, lanterns,
clothing, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Instruction for Voters
ROOMS OF THE TERRITORIAL
CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The number of delegates from each Pre
cinct to the District Committee shall be
three times the number which each pre
cinct was entitled to at the Primary Elec
tion held May, iox, according to the fol
Precinct with number of votes cast at
last election and number of delegates to
Jo Republican voters of the Territory of
Hivvall. and all voters Intending to act
with the Republican party:
Tie following instructions are issued by
the Executive Comlttee:
(Vccinctti, With Number of VoteeKCant Last Election, nnd Number
of Delegates to Dlntrlct.
May, 1900. Sept., Hdo
May, ujoo. Sept., 1900
May, 1900. Sept , lyco
Flrt District Votes.
Poholkl Court House 15
Hllo Court House 239
Papalkou School House i
Honomu School House 22
Laupahoehoe Court House - 39
Kaohe School House - 19
Hoiokaa Court House 42
Kukulhaele School House 11
Second District Votes.
Kohala Court House no
Walmea Court House 15
Kailua Court House 51
Kon.i-waena Sch ol House 97
Hookena Cojrt House 52
Walohlnu Court House
Pahala School House 26
Third District- Votes.
Kalaupapa Store House 1
Pukoo Court House . 12
Lahilna Court House 42
Honokohau School II mie 12
Walluku Court House 46
Kahulul Court House 11
Honuaula Court House 4
Makawao Cou't House 1 5
Hamakuapokn School House 107
Klpahulu School House 32
Hana Court House 50
Keanae School House 1
Beret inia Street School House
B!ig. entr. lower reservoir grd Nuuanu av.
Chamber of Commerce Room
Walmanalo School House
Precinct. Fifth Dlstilct-
ist Kaneohe Court House
2nd Koolauloa Court House
3rd Walalua Court House
4th Walanae Court House
tth R. R. Station, Ewa Plantation
6th Ewa Court House .,
7th Reform School
toh llasv. Tram. Co.'s Bldg , Kallhl.,
nth Kauluwela School House
loth Kauluwela School House
Sixth DlstrlC Votes.
School House 1. Nllhau o
Kekalu School House 10
Walmea Court House 33
Hanapepe School House 1
Koloa Court House 25
Llhue Court House 103
Kapaa Court House 19
Kilauej School House 4
Waloll Court House 12
May, 1900. Sept. 1900
May, 1900. Sept. 1900
May. 1900. Sept., 1900
The District Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the 6th and
7th of September. 1900 and elect the fol
lowing officers: President, Vice-President
Secretary , Treasure' and such oth-r officers
and standing committees as they sha I lie
entitled to and also th Ir deletes to the
Tentorial Convention In accordance with
Number of Delegates to the Territorial
Second District "
Third DWr'ct i
Fiurth District I"
fill Dlstt ct I"
Sixth District I
The Territorial Convention for the adop
tion of a platform, the nomination of a
lelegate to Congress, a:,d the election of a
Territorial Central Committee will be held
on Thursday and Fr.day, September 20
laud 21, 1900.
. After said convention and on or before
the first day of October, 1900, the ilstrlct
Committees shall meet fur the purpose of
nominating Senators and Representatives
irom tneir respective districts. Tours
1 very respectfully,
(II.OIKil. W. SMITH.
! Chairman Republican Territorial Crn
I Iral Committee.
E. R. llliMlHY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Cen
Ft r aJJlt)nal Shirt Ins News see seventh rR
Wrnthcr Iliiri-nu. I'unahuu, Aim 1 !
20. Tcniperatiiu. .Morning minimum,
77; .Midday maximum, 81.
llnromi'ter nt 11. in. 30.01. IrreBUhit
Rainfall .01. x
Humidity nt 9 n, mil C3 ppr cent
Diamond Hcnd Signal Station, Ati
piut 20. Wcntlier hazy; wind hlnh
Stnir. Klnnu, Krcetnnn, from Hi!o
and way ports; 21.0 sKg potato '"
nit coin, 101 Blii'Vp, 30 lioxs, 1 mule. 11
bdl hides mid 209 pkKS sundrli'S.
Am. Iik. I M ward May, Hniixou, II
ilayH from San Kranelneo; Kcnirul mri
cliandlse to Alexander & llaldwln.
Am. sehr. F. S. KeilfleM, JorKensdi.
l'J dajB from Port (Inmhle, with lumber.
Am. sp. Standard, Oetchell, 18 dai
fiom Tncotnn, with coal.
Sunday, AiiKimt 19.
Stmr. Claiidlnp, Mncdonnld, from II i
wall nnd Maul; 2!) lions, 32 sk cirn,
ITS nka tnro, 22ti ska potatoes nnd 110
Stmr. V. (!. Hall, Thompson, from
Nnwlllwlll; 100 pkgs sundries.
Stmr. Wnlalenlo, flrcen, from Ko
loa. Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ana
hnla. Stmr. Xllkalinln, l'ederscn, from Nll
hau; 20 head sheep, 29 bales wool, 1
Stmr. Kntial, Drnlin, from Kauai.
Saturday, August 18.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for Kn
pna. Stmr. Keauhon, Mosher, for Klele
Schr. Knulkeaotill, for Kleele.
Am. fcchr. V. H, Talbot, Ilenneche,
for the Sound, In ballast.
Am. sihr. Hclene, Christiansen, for
San Francisco, with siiKnr nnd rice.
Sunday, August 19.
P. M. S. S. City of Peking. Smith,
for the Orient.
Monday, August 20.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna, Hono
kaa and Kukulhaele.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
Stmr Mokolil, Napela, for Kaanapall at
5 p. m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports
at 5 p. m.
Stmr Maul, Parker, for Kihel at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 m.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonalJ, for Maul
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr W. G. Hall. Thompson, for Na
wlllwlli. Koloa and Eleele.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen.for Makawell,
Eleele nnd Walmea at 5 p. m.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Hanamaulu
and Kllaueaat 5 p. m.
yW H emit lint cm initttion: f ttitlt two
mttlioKil 10 unit ont nttk, 1 ttntt tiro utth,
4J tm ttntt etti nonlt. lilt it Ibt tbtatott sttf
hunt ttr offtrti tkt Ptopit of Honolulu,
S. 8. Slcrrn.
San Francisco, Aug. 11. It Is re
ported that the new steamship Sierra,
lately built at Cramps' ship yard and
scheduled to sail for this port soon
to take her place on the Australian
route, will be detained borne weeks at
Philadelphia In order to have Import
ant Improvements made. While In
the East some weeks ago John D.
Spreckels, it Is said, Inspected various
new steamers and found that the Sierra
was scarcely up to date In sume i-j-t
ects, although -It was no fault of the
builders. He gave orders to have the
Sierra fitted up like those he had ex
amined. As n result, the steamer Mnrl
posn will make another trip to Sydney.
The Fort Employment
t KINO STHEtt, Those .Main sS.
Anurltin tout 14 wi.
ntJ s Clerk from f f.jo
tol, r" !
C'h'fiete I nl Cook I!
lk, toird nJ roi.m.
Jpnee first Cook f j
week, toiri ni room.
Eurorean Cook SCa
momh, bojird ni room
common orkt, store
Chinese and Jarinee
faml'y cook, fj week,
Will buv you a fine up-to-date RAMBLER BICYCLE.
We ell tli;se mi the Installment plan for fs.oo more, easy
We take old Wheels In exchang! as part payment and
alio v all they are wort' .
We have a number of secord hand Wheels In stock
now mat : can sen ai ver) .iviw h's". " you wjih a
cheap Wheel call and look at them.
We have a big supply of SUNDRIES, and also do the bestrepalr
work In the Ulands.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
-Next to Bulletin Office
ANTED-A tooJ PIANO PLAYER itealy em-
riovrrent, inquire new cnRiaru inner)'
W ANTED-A IIAKNESSMAKER. Apply at Pa
clfic Veh'cle ani'Surply Co. ,6iewi
lANTED-A flood Drlvlne Morse, reasonable
V price. Dr. Camp, BoarJ ot Health, liiowl
WANTLD--AN 8x10 CAMEHA. AJJress Photo
this office. 1,8-mi
ANTED-WATCHESto repair ty Jeweler oljj
v yean experience. fJ. DILIZ, 41? Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII ,NGE lor clean Cot
ton Rags. Art-fly at Bulletin Office, ijEo-H
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
depanment. Whitney & Marsh. IJC6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
latnous Ham and EtK Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Mitel streets. DICK DALY. Proprietor.
FOR SALE A pair of Mack each horses lormerly
the property ol Wm U, liwln, la. Arr'y to
James Carty, American StaMes, Merchant and Rich
ards street. L6.1.4'
COR SALE-One Shetland PONY with Hake and
T harness. Price $?. apply II. Campbell. Pad
tic TranslM Co., King street if 14H
FOR S.LE Aentle, easy called saddle hone,
also brokn to harn-ss. can be seen eery after
noon at CARTYS STAULI. itiij-jt
COR SALE-Freh MILCH COW with heifer call
I tor sale at the Stock Yards. so.swi
COR SALE-New rodern 6-roomed residence with
larce lot at runahou. A rarealn Apply
laree lot at Punahou. A bargain Apply to
to6 Merchant street
OR SALE Laree Warehouse In good location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVItKiE,
too Merchant Mreet
FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Hobron Street, Kara
hjlu, Wa.klkl, J 400 each Jeffs, tot King St
-TWENTY-EIGHT firsl-class California mules,
I Apply to Emrnett May, Judd llldg. iwrmt
FOR SALE Lots goxtco In Nuuanu tract Its down
I10 per month. J, H. Schnack, sa) Merchant
COR SALE-TWO brand mw skirls. Apply S. P
1 Peterson, rear of Government ard. corner Ala
kea and Allen sts. opposite Flshmarket. P.O. lion t to
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY, ByJ.M. VIVAS 1)1,
I OST-A WHITE MARE strayed away last Tues-a-
day ma k d 6.a mare and tall black. Dark a'ock
Ings Thiderrjeast nctUy this office. 6 twr
LOST A mouse colored horse marked P.O White
stotklnpt behind, Stra)ed away Thursday.
Please notify this office. ,6io-iw
NIIEIY Furnished rooms, with board. Seften
House. Vo Jnr Sl.eet. near Pllkol. 16, jim
TO LET Two Furnlshtd Rooms at No. 5, Garden
TO LET-Collate on Alapal street. Colt age on
Ueretania street. Apply to
No. a 6 Merchant street
OFFICES TOR RENT In the Elite Uulldlne Apply
Jas Stel er Adams Lane. ijormt
THE BALMORAL, Youngstreet, townslde; superior
board and rooms, newly furnished, terms rnoder
ale Telephone 807. ijor-mi
TO LET-COrTAGE ot 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
1 G. Schuman's. Merchant St., between Fort and
THE premises ct Mrs A, Rosa, on King St, near
Walklkl switch, unfurnished, possession at once:
low terms. Apply to John F. Colburn. UT)-tf
PR, RENT-OFFICt, Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
No. to Merchant street. 13111
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr, T. H. Gibson Apply to
1141 M. S.GRINBAUMlVCO.
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part. For lurther particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I. I. S N. Co.'s office. Queen street. 1464-tf
1 COR EXCHANGE-A nice lot In Oakland, Cal for
Judge Hstee partly heard the hark
Empire admiralty case this morning
and continued It till tomorrow morn
ing. At 2 o'clock this afternoon he
acted on applications for naturalization.
sugar stocks. Arrly to Emrnett May, Judd Bldg,
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
nas wrtnc aftru ruKaflic, iS4Jti
It blew A regular gale nt Pearl City
Harbor this morning. Secretary
Cooper received n telephone messago
at noon stating that his two pleasmo
boats were blown from their mooring).
;i NAGIC 1
t WAFERS I
.J.."W,.,.,.".V,.,.,;,i; 10 cent, nil dmgs-l.te,
H. H. Mclntyre has brought an action
for accounting of rents and possession
of the Lincoln block, King street,
against S. C. Allen.
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the OAHU SUGAR CO.. LTD., will be
held at the room of the Chamber of Com
merce on Wednesday, August 22, at o a.
m.. for the purpose of considering a pro
position of Issuing mortgage bonds on the
property of the company.
iui4t3 Eli. SUHR, Secretary
Is hereby given that Miss S. R. Jehu
has this iSth day of August, A. D. 1900
been appointed as Notary Public for the
District of Honolulu, First Judicial Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
Office of the Attorney General, Hono
, lulu, Aug. 18, IQ00, iJl3'3t
'ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TO REPUBLICAN YOTERS OP THE 9TH
PRECINCT, 6TH DISTRICT.
j Noti:e Is hereby given that a meeting
of the Republican vo ers of the oth Pre
clnct of the 5th Dlstrct will be held at
Nnuiuveia a. 11 a17p.111.01 luesdiy.
August 21st, I'po. for the purpose uf
organization and fur such o'litr business
as may come brfure the meeting,
J. T UE .OLT, Secretiry.
AugUtt 31, 1030. IUMt2
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
WAIKIKI BEACH CO.. LT'D . held
July 24, 1000, the following were elected
offic-rs of the cimpanv:
S.S. Psclial, President.
H. N, Almy, Treasurer.
W. H Piatt, Secretary.
(Signed) W. H, PI.ATT,
Honolulu, July 24, it;oo. 1C13WI
A trust tins been organized In Her
man)' for the piirpone of repellliiir
Auit 1 Jcitti Industrial Invasion. This
new combination, which Is made up nt
niamifarttirert of first (lass tools 'Hid
Iron nml slut noodi, Intend to romlmt
Hit. doiiK'.tlc production nnd suit, of
buddy kuuiU ut ruinous prliea.
Give your baby
Batosr Osiriisigres ard 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 (or the Celebrated . . .
MACNEALE and URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR proof SAFES
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Beretanla St., - - near Fire Station
''oiisWI? - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol the City
Homes at a bargain, lots 50x100, only
$10 per month, and 525.00 deposit.
23-year lease with good bulldlrg's an
nual income 35 percent, on money Invested.
15-year lease Beretanla St. lot 95x35.
Rental only $12.50 per month.
Good building lot, 60x120, Wilcox tract
Homes In all parts of the city.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Pacific Import Co,
Received by "Hongkong Maru"
A Large Shipment of M&
direct from the Manufacturers
il&i We carry several grades in stock which we JS
iW will place on sale at BED ROCK PRICES. 5C3
250 pes. Japanese Silk in all shades suitable
for fancy work, 2j-inch goods, heavy quality. Special
Low Price: ::
Ha FJa l"J 14 M M
500 : PAIRS
Boys' Knee Pants
We guarantee every pair to be fast color, not to rip
Special ot 40c. pair "X&i
50 doen Boys' Overalls in all sizes
BUck and Brown Denim