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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 900.
Just arrived on the Archer f
30 HEAD OF FINE
DRIVING AND DRAFT HORSES
PER 8. S. "AUSTR LIA"
which ore now on exhibition In our yard
Cor. IKIirxg- a,n.& Son.tJb- Streets.
ContractorM unci 13 11 i Icier
UEXEllAL 1HSINESS AGENCY
-A I kinds of laborers' Supplies-
A'i'ikj SMti, near Lilihu (Evn
Jas. F. Morgan
-33 Queen Stree.
Fences and Buildings.
Bv order of the BOARD OF HEALTH
I will sell at Public Auct.on the following
described fences. This Is the last lot ot
fences erected by the Boaid durlne the
rlaeue. so those desltinc cooJ lumber at
auction prices sho'ild take advantage of
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5
... ..( .1, i,. cnuir.ATivr:
house on HOTEL STREET, n xt to the
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 6,
At 12 o'clock noon, the fence on Ltllha
street, fcwa side, near school street
ON FRIDAyTsEPT. 7,
At is o'clock noon, the fence on the
corner of Nuuanu and Vineyard streets.
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 8,
At 12 o'chek noon, the two fences on
the l He! road, makal side, jjst in rear of
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
Lodge Le Progres de "'Oceanic, No. 124,
A & A. S. RITE.
Cher ii-lll h 4 mtfni nf 1 filled
Le ProRres de L'Oceanie. No. 124, A. & '
A S K., at Its Hall, .Masonic 1 em pie,
THIS (TUcSDAY) EVENING, at 7:30
WORK IN FIRST DEGREF.
Members of Hawaiian Lodce No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge No S22 and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. M.
E. B. FR1EL,
.V,r. W. Wolters and Mr. E. Suhr have
this day resigned .is Directors of our
Ccmpanv, and the following gentlemen
have teen elected as memotrs of our
Boird of Directors:
MR. F. KLAMP.
MR. J. E. HUviBURG.
MR. W. PFOTENHAUER,
MR. GEO. RODIEK,
Mr. H. A. Isenberg has been eltcted
Second Vice-President ot our Company,
Mr. H. Schultz-, Treasurer, vs. Mr. W.
Pfotenhauer resigned, and Mr. F. W. Kle
bahn. Secretary, vs. Mr. F. Kiamp re
signed. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu, September 1, 1900. iu25-jt
The Third Assessment of 2oJ on the
f.U.I C.I. L. T t... c.ui... r
iVliai jwli ui 111c I cirnuiy jmvics u.,
I t.i u-MI . Hn. anrl nit.nhl. nn ?n .
1st., 1900, at the office of G. Schuman,
C. F. DERRICK.
Secretary T. S. Co., Ltd.
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents per
P. O. Box
!h), Honolulu, T. of H.
Gallant Record of
New York, Aug 22. Cnptnln John
Wall Wilson, who wns one of the two
survivors of the second Urlnnel Arctic
expedition, Is dead at St. John's Hos
pital, IlrooKljn, from the edeeth of an
onerntlon for aniiendlcttls. nerformH
elKht months ago. Tho operation at
the time was believed to have lien
successful, and Captain Wilson appear
ed to lie recoverlnc. until three days
iiKo, when a relapse came, resulting In
Captain Wilson wns sixty-nine yeais
of ace. He won fame as the navigator
of Dr. Kane's expedition Into the far
north. The object of the expedition
was the relief of Sir John Krnnklln.
The party left llrooklyn In 1S53. Af
ter three years' suffering at Ktah and
other points In Northern Greenland
they were themselves rescued,
Captain Wilson took no active pari
In other Aictlc expeditions but his In
tirest In the exploration of the far
north hns, since the days of his suffer
ings been keen. He was one of tro
oldest members of the Arctic club.
Tor gallantry during the early part
of the Civil War, Cnptnln Wilson wns
given the commission which lie held
until 1M.", when he resigned from the
Navy. He was a graduate of the Nn-
val Academy nnd wns with Admiral
Kurrngut on his nttack upon New Or
Unon his resignation from the Navy,
Captain Wilson become Interested In
commercial enterprises, which occu
pied his attention until his death.
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Monday . 10 4 18
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Full moon on the Sth at C:30 p. ra.
Avlnry olf Rnre
AT - AUCTION
Thursday, Sept. 6 and Ibis
Friday, Sept. 7, 1000.
A MISCELLANEOUS SALE WILL
On Monday, Sept. 10, 1900.
N. B. Catalogues cheerfully given
The premises are open for Inspection
until day of sale.
Particular attention Is called to the kou
nn,t m ,um.i tnir.-nti. which will h
.i . ien
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMEUS.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Hongkong Mnru S. P. Sept. 1
ion-,'.- o. l .ori'l. 1.
China S. V Sept. 13
Doric S. F. Sept. 22
Steamers For Dm
'Austrnlla-S. F Sept. 4
Xloana S. 1' Sept. 1-i
Hlo de Janeiro S. F Sept. I."
, Nippon Maru S. F. Sept. IT
Coptic S. F. Sept. S3
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, Septem
ber i. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 74; Midday maximum, 85.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady.
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. C3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 4. Wenther cloudy; wlr
fresh NE. '
Saturdav, September 1.
Am. sp. Challenger, Gould, 138 day
from New York.
Stmr J. A. Cummln,Searle,frorhOahi
Sunday, September ?.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, from Aliu
Stmr W.G.Hall, Thompson, from Ka
Stmt James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
Mondav, September 3.
Gas schr. Surprise, fiahan, from Kauji
Tuetdav, September 4
Am, bk. S. C Allen. Johnson, fromSai
Saturdav. Se; tember 1.
Am. bk. Edward May, lltr.sen, In bal
last for San Fr.i clco.
Am. bk Emily F. Whitney, Bergman
In ba lat fir San Francls:o.
Am. bk. Empire, Rnacke, for the Sooni
Am. bkt. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, foi
San Francisco with sugar.
Am. schr. Repuler, Dahloff, for tht
Sound In ballast.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen. for Kau.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Hay, for the Colo
nies. Sunday, September 2.
Br. p. Republic, Davles, for the Sounc
Tuesday, September 4
StmrUprdu, Dalton, for Honolpu.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr lnau, Clarke, for Hllo and va
por'sat 4 p. m.
stmr Kauai, urunn, or bleele at . p. in.
StTirNneau. Wvinan. fnrLah.ilna.Himn.
kaa and Kukuihaele at 10 a. m.
stmr Keaihou. Mosher. for M'kawrl!
and Walma t 5 p. m. t
StmrW. G. Hall, Thompson for Na
wlliwlll, Koloa, Eleele and Walmea at 5
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, for San
Francls.o at 4 p. m.
Stmr Mokolll, Napela, for Kaunakakal
at 4 p m.
Gas schr. Surprise, Townsend, for K.iu
al port at 5 p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koloa at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmt Mauna Loa, SImersjn, for Lihal
na. Vaalaea, Kona and Kau at 10 a. m.
Stmr Claudlne, AUDonald, for Maul
pons at 5 P. ni.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokai and
Lanal at 5 p. in.
From San Francisco, per bk S. C. Al
len, Sept. 4-E. Tchumi, J, TabVa Wm.
King. Ben K. Clnke, Paalui Hatfield,
Miss C F. Panabaker, .Miss Clara J. Nor
ton MIssM. A. King, Mrs. J. M.Whit
nev and child.
From Kapia, per stmr. James .Makee,
Sept. 2.-Mlss Rose Allau, Miss Moely
Allau, Ml s Mry Yosnloka. Miss Katie
Schirsch, Joseph Huddy, William Kal
Peter Nelsin, Ihos N;lson. Akona. .Miss
H. Sheldon, Frank Schancli, Bonnie
Schirjch, Edward Scharsch, Sam Hoeha,
O.f. Thronas, Mr. Shulmelster and 15 on
From Nawlllwlll, per stmr. W.G. Hall,
Spt. 2,-Paul Isenberg, W. H. Rice, Miss
E. Wilcox. Miss M. Wilcox. R. I.. WH.
cox, Miss Kate Horner, Miss E. Dyle,
Dan. Houehtdlllnp. Mrs. P.. !. Ilnil.
'Mrs. W. It. Rice, Miss IUt Rice, AUss
Mua mce, naroia Kice, rnnnp nice, Mrs
E. Rice, H. Schu'tz, J. Hard., Mrs. W.
H. Hrdy, J. H. Gere, H. H. Jaeg-r, J. A.
Hogg, Sa Peller. Miss M. G. Miller, Ed.
Miller. A. RLhards, Henry Mahlkoa, John
Spalding. Victoria Mahlkoa, Ah See, J.
Trask, Mrs. 1 rit.'ombe, Josephine Kaal,
Watren Ekrkela and O7 on deck.
hum Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
Sept. 2.-Mls E. Angui, Miss D. Alex
ander, Miss E. Waterhouse, C. F A'ex
ander. Ars. H. G, Ak-Aander. AMss J. Eis
ner, Miss Castle, J. C. Axtell. J. S. Kirk
land, W. H. Cornwell, Jr., M. L. Decker,
Miss Sobey, Mrs. Wong Le.-ng and 1 chil
dren. Master J. Chung Lung, Miss Kegels
beger, .Miss Farly. H. A. Walker, W. A.
McKay, C. S. JuJJ, W. A H.rJy, Geo.
Kalum, J. Pa. D. A. Kiakona, .Miss J.
Awana, AMss H. Akana. Miss L. Awana,
Helen Naklla, Minnie Naklla, Miss Smith,
.Masters Robinson (0), S. K iwal lea, Miss
Hlest 2), Miss Rose Akl. ll.Tallant. wife,
4 children and 1 urse, J J Drummond and
aaughter, J de Zasto, Miss Van Nostiand,
Miss Watson, .Miss Thomas, J P. Mc
Coy, A. Sinclair, A de S. Canavarro, Mrs.
Hannestead and daughter, .Master Morton,
Miss .Morton. W. W. Chamber'aln, J. E.
Jaeger. Bro. Lawrence, Ihos F. McTlghe,
J. H. Pirteous, Alaster Ohrt, Goo Lip,
Len Wat, AVs. N.haolelua and 3 children,
Mrs. Uunn and 2 child en, W. H. Crozler,
and M on deck.
There will be n meeting of the trus
tees of the Queen's Hospital at the
1 Chamber of Commerce at 10 a. ni, to
morrow, Sept, B.
GEO. W. SMITH,
tfrfAJt. in tht eotuir wilt inttrUJ t
RuE ft etmlt 4 trt ont ititttts' J ttntt two
mitfttctti u ttntt o4 nctk, 40 ttntt tuv u-ttit,
dJ f) ttnti cm mont 7Ht u tht tbtttttt a
tutnt ixtr offtttJ tt pttflt c Honolulu.
The Fort Employment
if KINO STRCn, 'Phomi MainjJ
Japansi with wife
Jap to do bMlHwork.
wife for watilnc and
homemald Man Ji Jay,
wife maVe about $jj per
month. (Jive house In
Jajan toy or Chi
nese, central terv.mt,
tte care of one nor.
$) week, board and room
Japan re nrt cook $t
week, board and room.
Japance or Chinese
ftrtc ok, Stoptt month
board and room,
J rnete woman hie
maid and little Mhlng
T o wek, board and
Japanese yard boy, $
Heek, toard and room.
Aintrkanboy, about t
ears old as erk ard
Sa esman clear store, 1 4
European Cook $Co
mvmh, roard and to fin.,
American boy as Jrher
Jatanese caf renters.
commoiwptks, btore boy
Jifanee woman as
first class cook, fjweek
board and room,
Chinese family too,
yard boy and stable bo
1 empioees lurntsnei
wIP be Tc1veJ and
rut d"wn on our
fJOH RENT To nicely furnished rooms (Slnely
or en suite) In mt Jcslrabie 10 atlon. I or fur
ihtr I ". formaHp n J1? P ' y at this ifiu, intw
TO LET Furnished co'tee on Emmn stieit. A;
ply UULLfcTIN Office. i6ts-ti
NICELY furnished rleisant room for rent. ?J Ue
retanla strict neMo Dr, Hoffaiaft. i6i-iw,
TO LET 4 nicely f jrnUhtd rooms. Applv at tu,
Jintel street. . iirt.f
Nil CiY P-rnlshel rooms, with board. Seffen
',. House, Yo lny St eet netrl'ltkol ttiyim
TO LLT-Cottage on Atapal street. Cottage on
1 uerctan a street, rriy to
No i) Merchantitieet
OrFICESFORRENTIntl.rEll't liuitilrtT Aptl
'as Stel er, Adam. Lane. tutmi
-- " r '
roLET-COTTAfiEof 4 rooms To Let. Apply at
I G. Sen j man's. Merchant St., tetween Fort and
HE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, en Kin St., near
' Waikikl switch, unfurnished possession at once
)w terms. Aptly to John F. Cot burn, t$7$tt
COR RENT omCe. ApplytoJ.M.Monsarrat.
No igMerchart street. HUtt
LOST a slrgle st'ne d'amonJ ear rln? In or abut
the Orpt-.ru m Theater or Cate, A liberal reward
fr the same. Return to Hm Wise of Win & MUtvn
Orpheum TheLter. i6)iw
LCST OS KING near funchbowl atreet, a pair cf
horses knee boots, Flndtr wi'1 receive a reward
on return ing property to the Club Stables. i6n-iw
IOT a gold enameted p'n: monogram U, S 06
In crimson and gold. FlnJer ptease return to
tnn ntnee anj rerelve reward. it
F)R SALE-Hl2h-bred dov for sale Rough
Coated M Bernard Jog, 16 menths old, No. i
American Kennel Club Sired bv the famous "Klnr
Menelek '(mjJ. Dam "I'rlnceisVe a HI "S)t9ll
Orlginal certlticatet o pedigree, registration and"
Apply to Capt. ce'r Colly, Bark C. D. Bryant.
FOR SALE Birds that talk. A choice lot of young
trained and ta kmp Parrot on view, for tale at
Cashmtn Ac Nelson, Nuuanu street, two doors from
School street. icti-iw
MANILA CIGARS 3 cents eachtl High Life 1,
Insular Londres 4 for ijc. Mrtle Cigar Stand,
next the Orpheum. i6utf
FOR SALE A pair of black oach horses formerly
the property of Wm. O. Irwin, Tsf. Arr'y to
James Cany, American Stat-les, Merchant ana Rich
ards street. i6i4tf
COR SALE-One Shetland PONY with brake an!
harness. Price fr s rt'y H. Carrpbell. Pad
fie Transfer Co., Klrg street iCutf
COR SALE-New rodcrn 8-roomed residence with
targe 101 ai runanou. a rargain. ppiy to
eo6 Merchant street.
FOR SALE Large Warehouse In good location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
-?1-?, Merchant street
FOR SALE Lots joxico In Nuuanj tract fi don
io per month. J, H, Schnack, taj Merchant
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THt
T CITY. By J. M. VIVAS i)8i
POSITION WAhTED-A competent book-keeper
anj all around office man with test references
aJdress C. R. H. this office t(iw
WANTED at once two tallis tt pleaslrg. AJ
" " dress for special work amon? ladles, bor par
tlculars addies Mr Harmony. P.O. no.
WANTED-PJSITION wanted bv an Engineer and
Machinist. AJdress J. A. J, Hull. tin Office.
1 6 itrri
WANTFD-WATCHESto repair by jeeler of is
" years experience. G. DlblZ, 41T Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH sNGE for clean Col
ston Rags. Appply at ttullttinOlfice. isMf
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
deparlment. Whitney & Marsh. 5C6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n the shell onlv Try his
famous Han and i gg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and lixel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. im'
ThoinuB 8(unrc Music
Tho band will play the following se
lections nt n concert In Thomas Square
this evening, beginning at 7:20 o'clock:
March The Admiral , Friedman
Overtime Poet and Peasant .... Suppe
Selection llohemlan Girl ...... Uutfe
(a) KapIIIna, Walnmienuo.
Miss. J. Keltlaa.
(b) Aloha no Wau, Moanl ke Ala,
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley The Winner Mackle
Intermezzo Cndorla Andre
Waltz The Smiles Depivt
Polka Homely Angr
The Star Spangled Danner.
ni.OM In this city, September 3, 1900,
to tho wife of Albert Ulorn, a daugh
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
PLNNANTS-Hue or Olive Enamel
STOKMhPs -Blue or Olive En imel
RAMBLEkS Green, M.iioim or Bla.k
The sttinttiml 1IICYCLRS of the corld.
Columbia hain . .
COLUOIIA Chmnless ...
Second-hand Wheel! In Good Condition. Sto.eo up.
LAMPS, HELLS, SVXDR ES, Etc y Etc.
E. O. HALL
Xcrt door to HuUttin
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in fc
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, CHalrs. Rocker8,Btiby Carriages,
Bureaus, Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flogs, Etc.
8BT Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES g
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Warily Oil -
New Shipment Every Month.
Pacific Import Co,
Fort St. Progress Block
We Call Attention to Our
....FAST COLORS, LARGE
Regular 15c value at
10 cents peryard!
Ha na fn
LADIES' NIGHTGOWNS .
- - r,0 DOZE 'V LADIES' NIOIIT-GOWNS MADE
1?C5 OE GOOD COTTON T1UMMED WITH
liUFELES : L -
OfcX Regular 75 cents,, Value at 55 cents.
Ename 43 oo
& SON, Ltd.
Qgicc, vp stairs.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: Ir. All Parts ot the City u
Four choice lots, Kaplolanl Park, cheap.
Goad pajlng business, only 5650 cash.
Several goad lease holds, Inside property.
Lot 100x500, with new house, well
fenced and Improved, Kalmukl, only
Beautiful home, Punahou, $4000, net.
Lot 70x147. with good house, stables,
etc., marine view. Wilder Avenue, ,2oo.
Corner Kins and Bethel streets.
VARIETY OF PATTERNS.
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