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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I.. . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
PER 6. s "AU8TRL1A"
Jiist arrived on the Archer $
30 HEAD OF FINE
DRIVING AND DRAFT HORSES
which 'arc nov on exhibition In our yard . . .
Cor. -King: etxidL Solatia. Streets.
GontrncstorM txnti Bu1ldor
geseual iwsisess agesgv
-A I kinds ot laborers' Supplks-
Kiwi Street, near Lit i ha (12
.as, F. Morgan
il ' S3 (Jueen 8tro.
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
August 30th and J 1st.
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
Jtmv o!ttfoom. n Queen si ret t: 1 will
J1 at PiClIc Auction a very large lot cf
'-le.rKv jtrods to make room, consisting
Sipi-lnf JERSEYS, HOslcKY, CAPES
WkTIiVab. UK-Sb UUUU, D.0I5,
siict, hats, caps, belt?, valises, em
btMdeto, laces, trillings, ribbons, thread,
SdiorgiMs pongee silk, cottonades, etc.
Thjwast all new goods, anJ the sale
wil iiffcrd families a chance to lay In a
willy -t ' ',lan wholesale p.'lces.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1st.
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
1 the premises, Punchbowl street. 2nd
taae frcra the corner of Beretanla, I will
S a Putllc Auction the two-story frame
tar, three barns and a laundry house.
Ike Jams are of nearlv new lumber.
Terms Cash. Buildings to be removed
i fifteen Uas.
JAS. F. .MORGAN,
PROGRAM OF RACES
lapiolani - Park .
SEPTEMBER 3, 1900.
Tttider the auspices of the,
TROTTING. OR PACING.
rm I lei Dash
j M-mlle Dash
t .-, .Ti.f-n... .X-..
ss races ' imuer- nauonai 1 rui-
yt'ncAssoslitlon rules and tunning events
furnfrr California Jockey Club rules.
;1 Entries close at 4 p. m. Friday, August
foist, u the Club Stables.
V-ta start at 1 p. m.
, wi.rf.Mw m.-H. DIGGS,
'Seartary Honolulu Driving Association,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii
k Probate At Chambers. In the
' Trotterof the Estate of MRS. AMA
ll JOY, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
' '.Wttlort having been filed by Mary
jIum Lee, sister of said Intestate praying
rBa Utters of Administration upon said
'Estate be Issued to her, notice Is hereby
jpven ,5nt MONDAY, the loth day of
.Itptrmber. A. D. 1000. at 10 o'clock a. m.
fin the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Is
apppiited the time and place for hearing
.Mil petition, when and where all persons
xpneerned may appear and show cause, If
Mtif Jhtjr have why said petition should
toted Honolulu, August 13th, 1900.
. By the Court.
J. A. THOMPSON,
' T-WUrney 'or Petitioner,
tea tiile), Honolulu, T. of II.
The books of the Olowalu Company
will be closed to transfers from August
loth to 31st, inclusive.
H. M. WHITNEY, JR ,
Treasurer Olowalu Compai y
MEETING NOTICE U. R. K. OF P.
EVERY SIR KNIGHT OF THE
above division Is hereby ordered to meet
at the armorv this evening at 7:30. in'
stftllation of officers
S. J. Salter, S. K. R.
AH carpenters who a.'c In favor of
eight hours constituting a day's work
are requested to meet at the Plumbers'
Association on Fort street, to discuss
the matter Friday evening at 7:30, Au
Mau Sung Wo I Co.
Notice of Change Id Co-partnership.
Notice Is hereby given that Wong
Wa Yce and Wong Sack Pol have with
drnwn from the above named Arm, and
that Lnu Knng Wo and Vo Sail Hee
lime become copartners In their place
MAU SANO WAI Co.,
per, Lau Tim.
Honolulu, Aug. 2S, 1900.
OX IO E
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAtfER; LUfJCH pi$.
Notice Is hereby given that upon Thurs
day, August 30, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. m., a Jury duly drawn and subpoenaed,
"In re extension and opening of Kekaullke
Street, from Hotel to Beretanla Streets,
City of Honolulu," will meet at the office
of the High Sheriff, at the Police Station,
In Honolulu, Oiliu, and thence adjourn to
the site of the proposed roadway, there to
Inspect and examine sudi locality an1 as
certain all facts as may have a bearing on
All persons In any way whats:ever"ton-
cerned In the above mentbntd Improve
ment are therefore notified t be present at
such time and placethere to bi heard by
the jury In relation to the proposed Im
provement. A. M. BROWN,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii,
& k'itX .NOTICE.- .,
The 'Board of Registration for thejsland
of Oahu will hold Its first sespn on
Saturday, September 1st, 1900,' between
the hours of 6 a. m. and 12 noon, In Hono
lulu Hale, adjoining' the Post Officer for
the purpose ot eximlnlng appllcinjs for
registration and determining thekc.lglbll
Beginning with Monday, September 3,
and until further notice, the Board will
hold datly.scss'ons from 7 to 10 a. mi and
6 to 9 p.m.
LORRIN ANDREWS, Chalrmw.
D. L. NAONE,
M. A. GONSALVES.
Board of Registration, Island of Oahu,
American - Hawaiian Company.
S. F.. Aue. 22. The Ameilcan-Ha val
Ian Steamship Company has chaiteied
the steamer Hyades to load at New
York (or this port and Honolulu. The
vessel will sail by Sepjember jth. The
company expects to have only Its
own steamers on the line before
many weeks, and the prospects for
a forr hntlnrM totwten the Dorts named
I ! MM..J ,M K ., nuA ,
Weather Ilureati, l'unnhou, August
29. Temperature .Morning minimum,
T3; Midday maximum, SI.
ll.ironu'ter at 9 n. m. 30.00. Tailing.
Dew Point CSF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. TO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 29. Weather hazy; -wind fresh B.
Wednesday, August 29.
O. S. S. Australia. Lawless Torn San
C a. s. S. Warrlmoo. Phillips, f-om
r-l-! - V
Tuesday, August 28. '
Stmr Maul, Parkr, far Paauhau, Ku
kalau, Ookala, Papaaloa and Laurahoe
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlll, Koloa, Eleele and Makawell.
O. & O. S. S Gaelic, Bnch, for the
U. S. A. T. Slam, Xlgga, for Manila
TO 8AIL THI8 AFTEHNOON.
C. A. S. S. Warrlmoo. Phillips, for
Vancouver and Victoria at 4 r. m.
From San Franclco, per O. S. S. Aus
tralia, Aug. 29. Miss Flora N. Albright,
S. C. Allen and wife, Jno. Alllman. .1110.
Alexinder and wife, Mrs F. Anderton, F.
B. Aucrbach, Miss A. Blacow, Mrs. S. A.
Berger, Lorlng A. BonJ, Mrs. M. I.
Brown, W. A. Burkholdtr. J. A. Colvln,
Mrs R Cowes, J. T. Crawley, wife and
two children, Albert R. Cuhna, Mrs. E. 3.
Cuhna, Mrs E. Deacon. .Mrs. L. A Deyo,
Miss J. Uevo. Al M. Devo. A. Fer
nandez and wife, H. G. Garrett, Capt.
k. ureig, u. 11. uuiKK ana wue, 1-.
H.iUreaJ, wife ind two children, A. K.
H.rford. J. R. Hlebv. M. Hlrshman. wife
and two children, D. H. Holtslander, Mrs.
K. llorner ana emu, m s. fc. a. Howard,
Robt. Jackson, Miss I Kellev, F. W.
Ken and wife, Mrs. C. Kimball, Mrs. E.
Kopke, MIssB.Kopke, Miss G Kopke,
Mn. tt Ubel. H. M.Levy, MfcsC. D
Low, Col. Wm. McdonalJ and wife,
Mrs. E. B. McClanahan, Miss Mc
Clanahan, E. E. VcKenzle, J. H. Mai
lory, Miss G E. Marsland, W. J. Maver,
Mrs. W. H. Mays, W.H. Mixer, J. F.
Monan. S. Peck. Miss E. Plres. J. W.
Podmore, wife and two children, Mrs. J.
S. Purdle, R. Relngaw, A H. Rice, Hugh
B. Rice, F. L. Richmond, W. A. Robin
son, W. H. Rock, Miss M. Rouse, Miss
E. Sunders, G. B. Schrader, Mrs. G. D.
Schrader, J. A. Scott anJ wife. A. L.
Shaw. Mrs. W. F. Smith. W. H. Smith
and wife, Mrs. A. Smithies, child and
maid, Mrs. J. E. Snow, Mrs. G. W.
Spencer, Mrs. F. Stern and child. Miss T.
Stern, E. M. Stone, 6. W. Thatcher,
Miss C. S. Truelson, F. L. Walaron and
wife, Mrs. A. G. Walsh, Miss B.
Weight, Mrs. B. Wheeler and child, J.
M. Whitney. Mrs W. L Wltham. E. K.
Wood and wife, Dr. Glenn Wood, Mrs.
May Carry Rusitlan Supplies.
S. F.. Aur. 22 The Norwegian steim-
er Eldsvold, Captain Schlvder, arrived
esie:aav mornim, lonyone aavs irem
Kobe, thirty-seven days from Yokohama,
and ten da.s from Honolulu, with an
Oriental cargo consigned to Brandensteln
etc uo.. ana Began discharging at section i
of the seawall. It Is rerorted that the
steamer has been chartered to take a cargo
of supplies to Port Arthur for the Russian
VcsscIh Built During duly.
San Francisco. Aur. 22. The Bureau of
Navigation reports that tot vessels of n.-
944 tons, were completed and officially
numbered during the month of July In
this countrv. 1 he tartest was the steam
er Moro Castle, of 6004 tons which was
built at Philadelphia, and theext two in
size were steamers for the great lakes.
The Largest Lighter.
C.n C.nl..i. A tm !.& Din...
Aden-Goodall Company Is having a
lighter constructed at Anderson's vard at
South San Francisco which will be the
largest of Its kind en the bay. The
lighter will be no te-t long, wllh a.wldth
of 34 feet and Cepth of 12 feet. It will
be provided with a derrick and Is to be
usej for coaling ships.
WARRIMOO IN PORT.
The C.-A. S. S. Warrlmoo, Phillips
commander, arrived off port early this
morning nnd hauled alongside the Pa
cific Mail wharf at about 7:30 o'clock.
Her run up from Sydney was excep
tionally swift and, for the two days
previous to arrival, It was necessary to
slow down In order not to arrive In
Honolulu at night time. Purser Dell
malne kindly rurnUhed the Bulletin
with the following report of the trip:
Fine Job Printing at
The Labor Committee will expend In
prizes and purte J2000, for the winners of
the even's to be held at Kaplolanl Park
on SeptemSer 3d
As this money was contributed by the
business men of Honolulu the Committee
wish to thank them, through the Press,
for the assistance which they so generous
j Everybody Invited
Invitations for the ball can be procured
upon application to any of the Committee.
r 'i Committee of Atrangrnient),
lb It iimlt ttnt tnt imirlttn! Jf ft uo
inttrUtrt: ,0 ttntt cm utfA, 40 ttnti ttffAf,
tttti to unit ant mt-iM. 711 it tie ttmtul Jtf
Hint iwr vfettJ tbi PtepU tf Henolvln.
The Fort Employment
i7 KINIi STREE1
'Phone Mau 58.
Jrntst "1th wife
Jap to do Ml It f wot k,
wilt for within? and
houtmal4, Man Si Ja(
wife make afcoul $jj per
mortn. spiv hotm to
JapantM toy or Chi
nt, central tervant,
taV care of on her.
Ij eek. hoard an J, room
Jarantke tint cook $6
week, board and room.
Jaranes or Chln
first c ok. f toper month
board and room.
maid and 1 1 HI washing
$j,.e w k, board and
JTncscyard toy, fa
wtk, roard and room.
American boy, about u
eart old as rk and
Sataman clear store, 54
tutorean Cook $60
month, board and room,
American boy as driver
Common work, btora boy
llrstclattcook, f 3 week
board and room.
Chinese (amlly coo",
yard boy and stable boy.
IhrouEh our aRtncy
tut 4wn on our
I OVT a roM enameled p'n: monotram U. S., 6
L- In crimson and cot). Finder please return to
this olnce and receive rewara "
POSITION W AM ED-A competent bookkctr
and all around omct man with test extnncs
address m C. R. H. this office. tfis
WANTED to Rent or Leas Hus of 4 rooms with
klKtnn and ba h, and lire (rounds. No ot
lections to out of town. Stat tent end particulars.
Address Post Office Ho ttt. i6o-iw
llANTED at one two ladles of pleasing. Ad
r dress for special wnrk amonc ladles hoi
amonir lad es hor rar
Mn narmonv. f, j. v
ANTED-POSITION ! y kn EneltiMr nl
Alicnim.l. AJUrf.i j. a. j. uuncim umc.
UANTED TO BUY (II etln) of rent col c
vv Curnliti'd rrlnJI with uiMr. Si.t. rem
.ni e.ncul.ri. Aiir.i. I'. O. Bjxk. itivll
WANTED-WATCHES to ly.lr by j.ltr !! JS
yt.ti txrrlnc. O.DIErZ, .uNuuinuSt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIHNOE (or clc.n Cot
Ion Hut. Arrply l Bullttn OIBc. is(g-ll
EXPERIENCED SEWINO GIRLS In diumililn(
dcpirlnnnl. WhHn.y $t Mirth. isC-6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
I Oy.tirt wrvti n II). shell only Try hit
l.mnut mm .na cf co.nawicnet ana ionf.. jn
Nuunu n4 lllt.l ttrMll. DICK DALY, I'toprklor
tCELY furnished pUssant room for rent. ?l Be
reiania sireei next to ur, nonmaa. lofiw.
TO LET-A NICE COOL ROOM In pood Io
' cation Inquire of the Honolulu Drue Com-
pany. 10 awi
TO LET 4 nicety furnished rooms. Applv at 619,
Hotel street) i6utf
I'.EIY burnished rooms, with board.
nous. Tojne ateei, ntir i'iikoi.
TO LET-Cotiact on Alapal street. Cottage on
beretanla street Arplv to
No Merchant street.
OFFICES FOR RENT In the Elli Building. Apply
Jas. Stel er, Adamt Lane. ijft?rei
THE BALMORAL, Younestreet. town side; superior
coara ana rooms; newiy rurnisnei; terms moaer
ai Ttlephon 8ot. i)9Tmi
TO LET COTTAGE of 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
u. ocnuman mercnani 91, rcieen ronana
THE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on Kin? St, near
Walkikl switch, unfurnished; possession at once'
low terms. Apply to John F. Colturn. T5tf
FOR RENT-OFFICt. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
, No. 19 Merchant street. ijijtt
COR SALE Birds that talk. A choice lotof oune
irainea na ia Kine arrov on view, ror saie at
Cahmi& Nelson, Nuuanu street, two doors from
School street. lota-iw
MANILA CIGARS s cents each It Hich Life ,
- IHfUISI bVHUf 4 I VI )W ij II1V k-IBI tUlIM,
FOR SALE Apa'r of black cnach horses formerly
the property of Wm. O. Irwin, Est. Apply te
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
a rd s sweet. 161
COR SALE-One Shetland PONY with brake and
narness. rnre ti$, ppiy n. i.mpreu. raci
fic Transfer Co., King street. , ifwtf
COR SALE -New rodern 8-roomed residence with
larc 101 at funanou. a rargain. ppiy 10
too Merchant street,
PR SALE Larte Warehouse In good location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
too Merchant street
COR SALE-FOUR LOTS. Hotron Street. Kapa-
bulu, Walkikl, f40oeach Jeffs, 101 King St.
TWENTY-FIGHT frs -class California mutes.
Apply to Em met I May, Judd Bldg. ij97hii
FOR SALE Lots joxioo In Nuuanu tract Its down
io per month, J, H. Schnack, as Merchant
OR SALE-UND5 IN ALL PARTS OF THE
1 i.ut. ny j. m. vivas. - i)ea
rOR EXCHANGr A nice lot In Oakland, Cal . for
1 sugar siocks. Appiy w Lmmeti ay, judd mag,
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Th Union Express Co
oat- wm ip jflnu run sale. 'Ml'
NEWS OF THE TRAN8PORT6,
The Transport Strathgyle took on the
last of her 720 horses at San Francisco on
the morning of August 22 and silled it
about noo.i on the same day for Nagasaki
and Taku. A detachment of ninety-three
cavalrymen under L, euts. Charles E.
Stodter and H. J, Brees sailed on the
Strathgvle. Thev are In charge of the
S. F., Aur.. 22. Freight Is being put on
UUJIU MIC ujnspuu CHMl, WHICH Will
sail aired tor 1 arm, tne supplies Deing in'
tended for the Quartermaster's Depart
The transport Belgian King will come
down from the Unloi Iron .Works tomor
row, and taking on the siege guns and a
' niimha. nf lim... ...Ml !! k&u. Co.......
As soon as the transport Westminster
mlves.from Manila, she will be loaded
with commissary supplies and dispatched
ior Manna again.
New Ship Commerce.
Ban Francisco, Aug. 22. The new
four.ninsted schooner Commerce, re
cently completed at the Alameda ship
yard, has been officially measured and
found to have a length of 184 feet,
breadth of 38.0 fee', and depth of 13.4
feet. Her grosit tonnage la CSS. 28, and
net tonuuiie G21.&Q.
TTIk I n4-.4-
I liv Liaioi
PI NNANTS - H lie or Ol ve En.im
;..;... ,., .-.... : : i
BiuK.iiLiis-Diue or wuve cmmei
ka.mhllks ureen, nunigi or niacK
columbias : v;;
The HmiJnrd H 10 VOLES of the" w'orhl. .-
CoLUAtniA Chain, t 500s. ' "J .,
COLUEUIA CHAINLGSS 7500. ' '
Second-hand Wheels. In'GooJ Condition! ffio-eolip. mljj V
LAMPS, flELLSy SVSDR1ES, Etc., Etc.
B. O. HALL
Next door to 'Bulletin
Give your baby
A. fine new lot v just received
A lapje stock 0' . . . '
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 81 .. -. -. near Fire Station v
CoDsktly - flu - Haud
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
We Call Attention to Our
....FAST COLORS, LARGE
Regular 15c value at
10 cents peryard!
u n hies, ta iki
- --. BO D0ZVX LADIES' SIGHT GOU'XS MADE
tfn 0l'' (lQl) OOTTOS TRIMMED 'l''M
03t Regular .75 cents. Value at BR cents.
. " - f
enamel ,, 43.001" i
& SON, latd.
Office, ,v fatra.
Ex EMILY F. WHITNEY
BTjilNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors : -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In All Parts of the City u
House and Lot, Punahou, "good new
house." lot 75.XQ8. Only 5-jcoo net.
House.and Lot, Wilder Ave., J3200.
Go9d lease on King St., cheap.
Lease on Beretanla St., business prop
erty. House and Lot, Kewalo, cheap.
Large 8-room House to Let, Pilkoi St.
Call and see our list of bargains.
Lot from f 10 per month up.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
VARIETY OF PATTERNS.
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