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Till: l-VliMNC. ntlliLKTINl HONOLULU, M, l SAtUUhAV, AUnUST n. rx,
ik HARNESS AND - SADDLERY ,3ff)
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IMnc Driving MnrncHS, Dump Curt HiiiM.ess, Draft Ihirncgs.
All kinds oY HARNESS and FINDINGS at the-
Honolulu Stock Yards Shop,
Cor. Iliagr cir-cl So"u.tlx Strota.
Will hiv ymt.1 ftfle upti-viite RANUll.F.R IIICYCLE.
WeelMhe n the Inst illment plan Mr Ij.oo more, msy
We k oJ Wheel j In exchang4 as ptrt payment anJ
illo .ill tlwv ,ir wtt .
Whva tiumhr f)J InnJ Wl eels In ttk
now Hint we cf ll nt n law itl.t. If imi.int.i
cheap Wheel tall and look at them.
Cittitriicttii'M nml lUilklurM
m i mi. in .s m.i.m
-A I Idncln ot liiliororB' SupplltH-
A'l'i'l St-t'ft, ntitr Uhlul (.'ini
Jas. F. Morgan
-33 Queen Street
On TUESDAY, August 28,
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.
At my sa'esroum, Queen street, I will
itll at Public Auction a hrge lot of fumi
art, teds, bureaus, wasltsUtids, com
inches chairs, w arJrobes, rugs, an J a large
olKnrtent of new gluJuare of various
(its'rns and 1 1 perfect order.
Al clothing, shoe, sheets, pillow cases,
'butt-is, hats, trunks, and some steel
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 29,
AT li O'CLOCK NOON,
Jit the premises, Punchbowl 'street. 2nd
bouse from the corner of Beretanla, I w 111
lell at Public Auction the two-story frame
louse and the stables In the rear.
The first story of the dwelling house Is
of stont, the second being wood.
Ttrms Cash. Biddings to be removed
ft) fifteen days.
JAS. F. At ORGAN,
The Board of Registration for the fsland
of Oahu will hold Its first seslon on
laturday, September ist, 1900, between
the hours of 6a. m. and 12 noon, In hono
ur Hale, adjoining the Post Office, for
the pi3TrJ-e- ot examining applicants for
rttf'JtRtiqoiaad determining their e Igibll
ISy as voters.
Beginning with Monday, September,
jnd. until further notice, the Board will
MWii H vsss'ons from 7 to 10 a. m. and
6 to 9 p. m.
LOPRIN ANDREWS, Chalimw.
O. .. NAONE,
S. A. GONSALVES.
Board of Registration, Island of Oahu.
Notice is hereby glen, that the follow
fog appointments have been made for the
Prod Boards of Koolaupoko, and Waimea:
District of Koolaupoko Frank PaliU,
.chairman; E. P. Alkue, member; D. M.
District of Waimea J. K. Kapjnlal,
aftalrman; Th. Brandt, member, Dr. B. F.
J A. MCCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Pabllc Works' Office, Aug. 25, 1900.
Onliu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stoikbo's of this company will be
dosed to transfers from August sSth to
September ist, both Inclusive.
J. F HACKFELD, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Aug. s?4th, njoo. i6i8ta
Pioneer Mill Co , Ltd.
7l stockbirks of this company w III be
n;d to trjiisfcrt from August 28th tn
Sttftmltr ist, both Inclusive.
H. A. ISENHEKG, Treasurer.
Uunolulu, Aug. 24th. loco. iGiott
niilt), Honolulu, T, ot ,
movi:mi:kts op bt.:ami:hs.
Ktcnmen due nml sailing for the re
mnimler of this and the whole ot next
month arc ns follows:
Steamer rrom Due
Uaellc-S. F Aug. 28
Australia S. F Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
Doric S. T. Aug. 2S
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Weather lltircau, Punahou, August
23. Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, ST.
Harometer at 9 n. m. 30.00. Irregular.
Dew Point "2 F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 23. Weather cloudy; wind light
Friday, August 24.
SlmrLeliua, Bennett, from Molokai ports.
Siturday, August 25.
Stmt James Makee. Tullett. from Ka
pat; low bags sugar ,uid too bigs rice.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Manama
ulu. Stmr Miul, Pa'ker, f'om Klhel.
Vf'&MKr.S LEAVINO MONDAY.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederen, for Makawell,
and Waimea at 5 p. m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for llanamaulu
and Kilaueaat J p. m.
Stmr Nne.ui, Wy man, for Lahalna, Hono
kaa and Kukulhatle at 10 a. m.
From Hllo and way ports, per steamer
Klnau, August 25th : Judge Frear, Mrs.
Freir, Prof. W. Maxwell, J. L. Osmer,
J. J. Tajlor and wife, Mrs. J W. Roberts,
C. C Kennedy and wife, R. Kennedy,
Miss M. McMII'an, Dr. V. L. Moore, wife
and child. C L. Brown, wife and child,
Geo. Ross and w Ife, li. Moore, See Young.
Miss Mary Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Millan, Mrs. G. W. Paty.MIss May Pat,
.Miss M. Paty, Jas. .Morse, M. Hough
tailing, E. D. Baldwin, .Mrs. Drier, H. D.
Pratt and wife, J. Santos, H. L. Maxwell
and wife, F. J. Church, Geo. Rodlek,
C. McLennan, F. M. WakelielJ, H. S.
Rlckard and 2 children, Miss A. D. Rick-
arJ, S. P. Perry and wl'e,Thos.Bolselller,
R. Horner, Miss B. Cook, Mrs. Spencer
and 2 children, Rev. J. A. Cruzan, W. W.
Rlcker, Mrs. W. H Boyd, Luke Man Wo,
Henry Meyers, ard 94 deck passengers.
From Molokai, per stmr Lehua, August
24.-D. H. Kahaulello. C. B. Revnolds.
.Miss F. Beckley, Miss L. Kekaha, Harris
Neicana, j. n. Pfapapa, fttlssKhoJaUreen,
Alfred Nane, Kenneth Brown, Sam Hakal,
a. K. Kekoowal, II. McCorrlston, Mrs.
Julia Naor.e and 17 on deck.
From Hanamaulu, per stmr. Walalea'e,
Au. 25. Capt. Saunders and H. Freho
lelcu. From Klhel, per stmr. Maul, Aug. 25.
L. A. Thurston and son and H. A.Allen,
Columbia River Salmon.
Astoria, Ore., Aug., 10. OfTMal
figures show the spring pack on the Co
lumbia rhcr for last season to have
been 238,000 cases. While It Is impos
sible nt this time to get the exnet
figures, a curefully prepared estimate
places this season's pack nt 2C2.000
cases. This estimate Is based on four
dozen one-pound cans to tho cf.se. Be
sides the auoe, 1G00 tons, or what
would equal 50,000 cases of salmon,
were shipped by the cold storage men.
Tho estimated pack of tho IndUldual
canners Is as follows: Fishermen's
C'o-Operatle, 22,000 cases; tunhorn,
9,000; Cutting. 13,000; Booth, 20,000;
McGowan, Chinook, 14,000; Pillar Rock,
28,000; Warren, Cathhimet, 10,000; 8iu-
fert, 7,000; Columbia Rhcr Packer.'
Association, Astoria, 102,000; Columbia
Rler Packing Association, Cascades
FIRST PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
ALL REPUBLICANS OF THE iST
Precinct, 4th District are hereby requested
to attend a meeting to be held at the
Government Nursery, King street, on
THURSDAY exenlng Aug. 30 at 7:30
p m., for the purpose of organization and
nomlnat n of delegates to the National
Convention and surli other business as
TO THE HfcPUHLICAN VOTLRS OF THL
8TH I'RLCI.NCT, 5TH DISTRICT.
Notice Is hctby given that a meeting of
the Republican voters of the hth Precinct,
5th District, will be held at the house of
W. C. Achi, at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday,
August 30, 1950, for the purpose of organl
zitlon and for such other business as may
come before the meeting.
W. C. ACHI,
Honolulu, Aug 24, ioo. iGifHs
The Uvenlng Bulletin, 7S cents per
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OP HAWAII.
fit- A-a, iil...i 1 III lint.t ft flfinlllll
mlt.,r fill's I -.1.1 fill-. IA I l( .. I
Auc. J5tll. .it 8 p. tn at ihc nlficc ot the i
11- . I . J il. 1 1. I... !... tt III K- .
immiu v nr.uuit 1 11c I'ipiiifi n .v
the EI.ECIION OF OFFICERS and
whilever other matters mav come up.
All members of the AstoJitlon are
e.imetivreq'esteJ to be present. A cof
dial im'tation is extended toallphyslilans
C.L. GARVIN, M.U..
FIFTH DISTRICT, FIRST PRECINCT
All Republicans of this district are re
que ted to m'et at the Kaneohe Court
House on FRIDAY evening, August jt, at
7:10 p. m , for the purpose of organization,
rmm nation of delegates to the District
Convention and such other business as
mav arise. FRANK PAHA,
FIFTH DISTRICT, FOURTH PRECINCT
All Rerubllcans of this district are re
quested to meet at the Walanae Church
on FRIDAY evening. August 31 at '.30
p. m., tor the purpose 01 organization,
nomination of delegates to the District
Convention and such other business as
may arise. li. S. GILLILAND,
FIFTH PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this oreclnct are re
quested to meet In the Chamber of Com
merce rooms, FRIDAY evening. August
it. at 7:30 p.m.. lor tne nomination or
Delegates to the District Convention and
such other business as may be necessary
O. U. SWAIN,
TENTH PRECINCT, FIFTH DISTRICT
All Rerubllcans of this Precinct are re
quested to meet In the Kauluwela School
Hote, FRIDAY evening, August 31, at
7:30 p.m., for the nomination of Delegates
to the District Convention and such other
business as may be necessa'v.
FOURTH DISTRICT, THIRD PRECINCT
All Republicans of the 3rd Precinct. 4th
District are requested to attend a meeting
of the Precinct to be held at the Water
Works building lust above the 2nd bridge
on the NuuanuRoaJ, on FR'DAY, August
31, at 7:30 p. m. tor the purpose of organ
ization, nomination of delegates to the
District Conve tlon and such other busi
ness as may arle.
M. P. ROBINSON
iGio-Gt . Chairman.
FOURTH DISTRICT, FOURTH PRECINCT
A meeting of the 4th Precinct, 4th Dis
trict Club of the Republican oartv. Is
called for FRIDAY evening, August 31,
at 7:30 p. m., at the Fort Mreet School,
tor tne purpose 01 nominating celegates.
The 4 h Precinct. 4th Dlslric Is bound-
ed by Nuuanu, School (to top of Punch
bowl) thence to Alapat and Beretanla
All voters of th s Prec net who wish to
be Identified with the Republican Party.ate
requested to pass In their names to the
Enrollment Commltte of the club as earlv
as possible. JAS. H. LOVE,
WILL C. KING.
1619 Ot President.
The Republican voters of the Ninth Pre
cinct, Fifth District, will hold a meeting
a Kauluwela schoolho se net FRIDAY
EVENING. August 11. at 7:30 o'clock.
for the purpose of nominating delegates to
the district committee and tu transact such
other business as miv come bfn' them.
J. T. DE BOLT.
SEYENTH PRECINCT, FIFTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this Precinct are re
quested to meet at the Reform School
building, THURSDAY EVENING, Aug
ust 30, at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose of
nominating delegates to the District Con
vention. W. I.. WILCOX,
SECOND PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this Precinct are re
quested to meet In the Beret inla street
School House, FRIDAY EVENING, Aug.
it. at o'cio.K, lor the nomination ot
Delegates to the District Convention and
such other business as mav be required.
J. A. UH.MAIN,
FIFTH PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Reptibllcin voters of 5ti Precinct, 4th
District, are hereby requested to meet at
Drill Shed, Co. P room, TUESDAY EVE
NING, Aug. 31st, at 7:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of o'ganlzitlen, nomination of
delegates and general business.
JOHN W. SHORT,
C. L. GARVIN.
OAHU RAILWAY & LIND COMPANY
The stock books of the OAHU RAIL
WAY Oi I.AMJ COMPANY will be
closed to transfers from Sept. 1 to 4, lyoo,
M. P. ROBINSON,
I'lne Job Printing ut tho Bulletin
S4l t Iht tJnmr Mil h tntttttJ t
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hunt fttr tftftJ Hi HtfH n tifttmti
The Fort Employment
,it KINO STKItl li)i)sr.Miil.
HtLP WANUD I siTUATioS WANTID
Jfnt with wife
Jp to do MlUrwotk,
H trr within? ini
ttntmnulJ .Man f i Jjy,
wlf make about jif rr
north it tiiuw to
Jpnrf toy or Chi
nr genital irnl
ttht (art nt on hot,
f j nk, toarJ nJ room
Jtnw lUMCook J6
wrfk teaii anJ room.
Jifantftt or Chlr
firtt c ok, fror-tr monlh
boarJ anJ room
J rartfw woman hun
milj nJ little waihlne
J je wiW, boar J ana
JaraniM arJ tov. St
I mrnth toiri anJ room
I Atmrloin toyat JtUrr
I Jirantw rarrrtttrri
1 commonof ht btiicboy
Jjr-Jn woman at
tint da rook, 9jwrk
Chlntt family too
I yari toy ani atatlt t)
throueh our aeency
lll fa ricflvcj) ani
rut Jn on our
yrtk boirJ anl ffom
yart oil at nk trl
Sa man cirar nore. St
UANTID POSITION wnl4 by an EnKlnwr anJ
W Mactilnltt. AJJtmJ A J llull.lln Gfncf
MNTE! TO BUY l bargain) nt rent a cot'atf
,v ( utnlvh 4 rrtteitl) !,(, Matlt. StaK lint
ani fart culm AUtnt I' O Bi m ttit-ll
UANTED-OFFICE ROOM with ue ot wlnJnw.
" Ctnlral location dtilTtJ Apply to Y I. cart
wi puinim unit,, 11x5 wl
WANTFD-A HARNESSMAKER AfHy"Pa
clfic Vehicle anJ Surtly Co. ifcuwi
cltic Vth'clc anJ Supply Co,
ANTED-WATCHES to rtpalr by Uwtltr ot 1,
. G DlfclZ, 417 NuuinuSt
ID PAPERS TO EXCHtVGE for clean Cu-
ten Kagi Appplyat Uullrtln Uffict ijfo.tt
pXPERIENCEDEWINGGtRLS In trtmatlne
- Jfrarlcum Whltrwy&Marth nt6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
0 iter Mrvtd n th tnell only Try his
i.nou, nam and tig 3anjicnts anj i.ont tor
Nuuanu and llitel atrtrtt DICK DALY, Proprietor
TO LET-A MCE COSL ROOM In ood to.
' cation Inquire ol the Honolulu Drue Com-P-ny,
TO LET 4 nicely turnlthed rooms Apply at 019,
Hote' street ,.tf
vElY Pnrnlshed rooms, with board. Setten
House VunrMeet ne.r I'llknl icii.im
TO LLT-Cottage on Alapat street. Cottate
Uerctanla street. AprU 10
No a S Merchant street
OTFICES FOR RENT In the Ell t Building Apply
Jas Stel er, Adams Lane lUTtni
TH E BALMORAL, Young st eet, town si Je, superior
board and rooms, newly furnished terms moder
ala Telephone Boe. i)ge-mi
TO LETCOTTAGE ol 4 rooms To Let Apply at
(. Schuman's, Merchant St., between Tort and
THE premises of Mrs A, Rosa, on King St, near
Walklkl switch, unturnlthed, possession at once
low terms. Apply to John F. Colburn ,5T5-tt
FOR RENT OFFICe. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat.
No. 10 Merchant street tsiltl
FOR SALE-Gaivanlc Teradlc Battery Electric
roller for removing wrinkles. Price fi. En
qulre Honolulu Drug Co ,6l-tw
MANILA CIGARS s cents each II High Life 1,
Insular Londres 4 lor ijc. Mrlle Cigar Stand,
neat lh Orrhtim. ..
tTOR SALE A pair of Mirk raarh hf.ru, f,.rm.rlv
the property of Wm G Irwin, Esc. Aprty to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street His-ll
PR SALE-One Shetland PONY with brake and
harness. Price S?j. Apply H Campbell Pad
fie Transfer Co., King street 16141!
COR SALE-rresh MILCH COW wllh heifer calf
tor sale at the Slock Yards. ittwi
FOR SALE-New modern 8roomed residence with
large tot at Punahou A bargain Apply to
. sco Merchant street
PR SALE Large Warehouse In good location
Apply to ILLIAM SAVIDGE,
, soo .Merchant street
FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS Morton Street, Kapa
bulu, Walklkl, f.ooeach Jefls, 101 King St
TWENTY-EIGHT hrsl-class California mules
Apply to EmmettMa) Judd Bldg normi
FOR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract Its down
S10 per month. J II. Schnack, tt Merchant
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THL
CITY. ByJ M VIVAS ills
I OST-A WHITE MARE straveJ awav latt Tues-L-
day ma kid 6 a mane and tall black. Dark s'ock.
Ings Finder please nttltv this office tftilwi
TOR EXCHANGE-A nlct lot In Oakland. Cat for
ftucar noK. Apply to cm mm mty, Jiua mag,
OTICE TO BUILDERS-TU Union Eiprtts Co
nil umiic ai.nu rvrt jall. 1 54 ju
An $8.00 DICTI0NARYfor$1.0r
The New Werner Edition of
Newly end rangalflccmly lllustratnl, WeofTci
roit the l.-,t Dictionary eicr t ut ou the market i
low trice. TUIe now etllllon contfl"s mam
'("Cclal ftHturea suchiui dlcilsnaryor Sjnooya
inrl Antonyms, lexicon e( lorelen jhraits, Cic
lionary cl atbrevlailosi, colorrd rlatei, etc
Itc. Heiiuml- r this la not the cheap boos, but e
Jeuutlfullr prlatca ctlilnn on iluo iir ltt
hmitanila of rnluaLle artdtilnna i f aid to nuclei!
it'luuslMMtnon If jrm dulru tills txxiV, im
is our special offer price, $I.00,Riii ue will sen
mitiiisgriitictioua.ry,Luri I in cloth or ...
s R 00 an I we n 111 send the same tli loond 1
ill la a itieep.wlth a besutltol cover utslrn
Hi handtouiot lun irtml Putlouaryiur tub
lipt for cicry itsy iih In the ofoce, l.onn
tuKilatul III rary this illcllonary Is atAnluiely tin
iitiil forwarCtd on ricelpt o( our soeclt)
lifer price, 11.00 lor cloth blndln; or J 00(01
.kt (nil tan sheep If ll im iuiisUi tury, 11 lun
taut we will nlilli.1 )wiriiri.iirr Wrnofurimi
!!! Illusirati.l rataliwiie, ipiotlng the lowtai
Tt ouLoi.ks, TRKE. Uu (ausatujouiuoLi,'
'lilus all drill-r,lo
THE NvliHNEIt COMPANY,
UI,t,rs sat UssaUilsrtri Akron, ObJC
(lie iiCi, ItllMicU, hU14.J-L4.iw.
KBeSKl iaeasoHrBflBSssV I
r-T' sVV I Laaias'
We hive a Mr supply of SUNDRIES, .in J .i!jo Jo the be$t repair
work In the ItbnJs
E. 0. HALL
Give your baby
;SaTo3r Oarrlagres and Oo.carts
A fine new lot just received Ex EMILY F. WHITNEY.
A large stock ot . . .
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
ikktly - Oil - Baud
New Shipments Every .Month.
Pacific Import C o.
Fort St. Progress Block
We Call Attention to Oiar
....FAST COLORS, LARGE VARIETY OF PATTERNS
Regular I5c value at
10 cents per yard!
r M "a
ms; C'O du'.ks UDii:y sight aouw's mam:
5 () i.oiu) corm. riiiMiwn with
03 Regular 75 cents,
& SON, Ltd.
-Next to Bulletin Office
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: Ir, All Paris ol the City :t
Several Ions leases with buildings, etc,
all lately Improved, paying a net profit
of j 5 percentt
Several choice lots 50x100 Kapahulu,
525.00 down, monthly payments lio.
Hesldence slte. In all parts of the city.
Modern new home, King St., seven
rooms new house, lot 0x120, beautiful
grounds and trees.
Call and see our long list of bargains.
Comer King and Bethel streets.
m m m
Value at 55 cents.