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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1900.
PER 8 S. "AUSTRALIA
Just arrived on the Archer S
30 HEAD OF FINE
DRIVING AND DRAFT HORSES
which are now on exhibition in our yard . . .
Cox. IZiaagr a,nd. So-uu-ttb. Streets.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Contrnctoi'H oticl LJliIIcJci-m
(i EXE It A I. It I "SI 'ESS A (iEXC V
-All kinds of Laborers' Supplles-
Kimi Street, near Lililia (Etcn
Jas. F. Morgan
tl S3 Queen Btreot
Fences and Buildings,
Hy order of the BOARD OF HEALTH,
I will sell at Public Auction the following
described fences. This Is the lat lot of
fences erected by the Boaid during the
plague, so those desiring good lumber at
auction prices should take advantage of
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 8
At is o'clock noon, the two fences on
the Iwllel road, makal side, Just In rear of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Mr. R V. dthcart, eecutor of the
w III of the late Jas. Dodd, bv order of the
Circuit Court, will sell at Public Auction
on WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20th, 1900, at
the salesroom of Jis. F. Morgan, jj
Ouren St., Honolulu, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described lease
hold of valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
two-storv frame dwelling house, formerly
the residence of the late Mr. Dodd, front
ing on the new beach road and the sea
shore, a little on the town side of John
Ena's place, the lease of which has 47
years to run from Sept. 1st, igoo. The
annual rental Is J287.50, payable semi
annually In advance, and Is paid to March
1st, 1901. The building Is Insured, taxes
prepaid, the water rates paid to Jan. 1st,
Upset price Sfiooo. Terms of the sale
CASH, U. S. Gold Coin. All expenses at
the expense of the purchaser.
The above sale Is subject to the con
firmition of the court.
For further particulars, enquire of the
executor or of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, Sept. 6th, 1900. 1629
Saturday September 8.
Special train will leave Honolulu at 3:30
p. m. Returning Immediately after races-
Trains scheduled to leave Honolulu at
3:15 p. m. and 5:10 p. m. will not be run
on Saturday, Stpt.'Sth.
A special train for Kahuku and way
stations will leave Honolulu at 5:45 p. m,
F. C. SMITH,
ifoStj G.P. andT. A.
Saturday Sept. 8, IOOO,
1st Race Junior, four-cared shell race:
to start at 4:30 p. m. Entries Healanl Y
iiBC Myrtle B C.
2nd Race Championship fojroared
shell race to start at 4:50 p. m.
Entries, Healanl Y & B C, Lellanl B C,
Myrtle B C.
Special train leave Honolulu station at
... .. CtTIUjnAV c . o ..
jiju 1', III jniuivunii jzyi, o. iifj,
returning Immediately alter termination
P. O. Box
title), Honolulu, T. of II,
DEWS 1 SHY
APPEAL FOR RELEASE
FROM INSANE ASYLUM
Mrs. Rita C. Tewksbury Makes Oath
She Is Sane but Does Not Admit
She Was Insane When
Itlta C. Tewksbury, nn alleged !u
nane person, has petitioned Judge
Humphreys to release her from the In
Kane Asylum. She represents:
"That she Is now rcstnrlntd of hf"
liberty nl the Insane Asylum In Hono
lulu, upon the charge made that she I
nn Insane person.
Thnt she was committed to said In
sane Asylum on the eighth day of Au
gust, 1900 by order of W. I.. Wilcox.
i:sq., District Judge for the District of
"And your petitioner nllcges thnt s!.o
U now sane and In her right mind, Lilt
she does not by this admit that she
ever was Insane, nnd she says that no
reason exists why she should be longer
confined nt said Insane Asylum.
She swears to her petition before
J. A. Thompson, clerk.
Judge Humphreys has ordered n
hearing on Mrs. Tewksluiry's petition
at 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, SepteTi
A REGIMENTAL PARADE
The first regimental parade of the
National Guard of Hawaii since Oc-iv
ber, 1S09, took place last night. Lieut.
Col. C. J. McCnrthy was In command.
Major C. W. Zlegler led the first bat
talion, and Major J. M. Camarn the
second. With one exception the com
panies each mustered about 32 men in
the ranks. Forming nt the Drill Shed
the regiment marched out to the Ma
ktkl recreation grounds, headed by the
band. After parade rest, during which
the band regaled the multitude with
ragtime tunes, a few simple evolutions
were performed before marching back
to headquarters. A good many people
assembled at the grounds on foot a'ul
In carriages. Residents along the line
of march must have enjoyed the suc
cession of nntlonnl ntrs played 3
marches by the band. Captain Uerger
gave the musicians but few rests. The
marching of the troops was excellent.
The Mlkahala will not sail again until
The Walaleale and James Makee will be
In fiom Kauai tomorrow.
The Ceylon Is coming Into port from
Laysan Island as the Bulletin goes to press.
The Fanny Adele was unable to get
away yesterday. She will sail for Eleele
The Helene Is on the boards to sail for
Klnel, Paauhau, Kukalau, Ookala, Lau
pahoehoe and Papaaloa Monday at 5 p. m.
The Mlkahala came In from Kau yester
day afternoon with 5800 bags of sugar for
C. Brewer & Co. Purser Christian re
ports as follows: 9000 bags of sugar left
at H. S. Co., 2000 at P. S. M., 47c8 at H.
A. Co. and 3300 at A. H. Co. Total of
19,008 bags. Fine weather at Hamakua
but no rain. Fine w eather In Kau coast.
Flno Job Printing at the Bulletin
ill flu el Stmt, H I
Kara, Calabash.s, Ltlt. Nitlve Hits, Hula Skirts,
N'lliay Mats, I ant, Stiillf, Seeit. tic , llcm.made
I'd, constantly on hand. TELEPHONE (js
For the benefit of
Olive Branch, Rebekah Lodge, No. 2,
I. O. O. F.
ortf-FWDAY tvtnlnn, SEPTEMBER 7, ioo-S8o
PROCESS HALL. Tlckttt tor Uly ani Gn-
tl.man. Si 00. i6,).iw.
The following resolution was passed
unanimously at meeting of the Eecutie
"That It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Commlttes
have the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur In said District Committee,
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
Fine Job Printing at thi Bulletin
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMEHS.
Steamers due nnd sailing for the re
mainder of this anj the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Sierra S. 1" Sept. 12
China S. F Sept. 13
Doric S. F Sept. 22
Australia S. T Sept. 23
Nippon Marti S. F. ..,'. Sept. 2'l
Wnrrlmoo Victoria Sept. 2J
Steamers For Due
Moana S. F. Sept. K
Illo de Janeiro S. F Sept. 13
Nippon Mam S. F. Sept. 17
Coptic S, F Sept. Z1
Mlowera Victoria Sept. 20
Australia S. F. Oct. 2
America MaruS. F. Oct. :
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, Septoir.'
ber ". Temperature Morning mint
mum, 75; Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer nt 9 a. .m. 2D.SC. Steady.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity nt ' a. m. .'8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 7. Weather clear; wind light
NE. Hark Ceylon coming In.
Friday, September 7,
Gas s:hr. Eclipse, Galian, for Lahalna,
ivlhel, AUKena and Nona ports at 5 p. m,
From China and Jaoan. ner T. K. K
Nippon Maru, Sept. 7. Lam Yate and Sin
1 ung. 1 nrougn: w u. Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Bent?. B. S. Buckman. V. L.
Baeck, L. Bleck, Camte Clary and Valet,
.miss .m. j. uicKerson, .Mr. and mis. u.
Forstman, Dr S. J K. Greville. Mrs. C.
A. Greville, Miss E. Nunt, Prof. David
Starr Jordan, 1. Mori, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Peat and children, J. C. Siegfried, Jno. O.
Snyder, A. Swlckard, Mr W. P, Thomas,
u.. j u, 1 rawitrt, inws. svuon, r. n
Rozarlu, R. Notta and servant.
Thursday, September 6.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, from Kau.
Friday, September 7.
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, from thi Orient,
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
U. S. Transport Belgian King, Weiss,
lor manna ai 4 p. m.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, for Honohlna,
nanaiau, nunnmu ana repeene at 4 p. m,
Since the return from India of Dr.
A. Mnrques, the president and lectur
er of the Aloha Branch of the Theoso
phieal Society of Honolulu, a great In
crease in the work of the Branch has
been noticeable. Very successful and
Interesting meetings, open to all Inter
ested, are held every Saturday evening
at 7:30 In the hall of the Knights of
Pythias, over Holllster & Co. In Fort
street. Moreover, to accommodate a
number of new members, a new begin
ner's class had to be started, which Is
held every Tuesday evening at the res.
dence of the Misses Rice on llercfnnla
The valuable library of the Branch,
of especial works on Theosophy an J
Material references, Is also kept open
to the public on Mondays, Wednesd-os
and Fridays, from 3 to 4:30 p. m. also
on Saturday evenings, and readers
freely avail themselves of the privilege
of taking books out. Furthermore,
the value of the library is going to he
more than doubled by tliti acquisition
of a large number of recent publica
tions, purchased through the generous
gift by Mrs. M. D. Hendricks, of a sum
of 100 ,to which must be added kind
donations of forty-seven volumes by
G. W. Smith, of ten more by Miss Rice
and of sundry others; hut, as it Is de
sirable to make the library as complete
as possible to help the ever increasing
number of persons here Interested 111
Theosophy, further donations are ex
pected, nnd moreover all friends who
mny hnve spare literature of an ade
quate nature, may send their books in
nr.d the gift will bo thankfully' ac
knowledged. The subject of the next
meeting tomorrow evening will be on
"Some Misconceptions nbout Death,?
presenting theosophlcal views on ques
tions of Interest to every one. In con
nection with the Increase In the library,
as the bookence Is already crowded,
while several hundreds of new books
are still expected, could not some
friend of Theosophy make the Branch
a present of a new bookcase?
Police Court Notes.
The following cases were disposed of
in the Police Court this forenoon: Kl
aina, common tinleance, reprimanded
nnd discharged; Lee Sung, violating
Hoard of Health regulations, $20 and
costs; Wing Tal, Ah Fook and I.. Koon
Chuck, violating Sunday laws, $5 and
costs each; Ah San, unlawful posses
sion of opium, i0 and costs; Ah Tuck,
same charge, nolle pros'd; Machlmuto,
leaving a hoise untied in the street, $3
ItEOISTKATION rtOLLS KOFI THE
NOYEMDEn ELECTIONS AKE OPEN.
Qii,i tbtt column mil h tmtrttJ t
i 1$ ttntt tint out inutlton; if etntt tue
iHitttiemt to etnlt cut titit, 40 ttntt two uttH,
snJ 60 ttntt ont mvntb. Itit it Itt tttatat sJvtr
fmitf tvtr vfftrtJ tbt fitoplt Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
tr KINO ST HE El, Those Main S8.
Japnst with wife.
Jip to do bolltrwork.
wilt for wathln ani
humil4, Attn ft Jay,
wife make about $tj per
month, (iivt house to
Japanese boy or Chi
nese, general servant,
take cart of on horse.
$) week, board and room
Japanese first rook $6
week, board and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first ci ok, f to per month
board anJ room
J panes woman liue
ma I J and little washing
Ij.jo wiek, board and
Japanese yard boy. St
week, board and room.
American boy, about 14
ears old as C'rrk and
Sa'esman cfgar store, S4
European Cook $60
month, board and room,
American boyas driver
common works. Store boy
Japanese woman as
tirst class cook, $3 week
ooara ana room.
, Chinese family cook,
1 yarj roy anj siaei boy.
I Com plaints against
1 empto)ees furnished
I through our agency
1 will be ricttved and
rut dwn on our
WANTED Young man of good character wishes
room in private family in runanou.
O. W. Evening Bulletin.
WANTED A good s'rong boy about t? jears old,
not afraid to work. Apply Tht Triangle Store,
cornr K ng and South Streets. itn)'t
1ANTED at once two ladles of pleasing.
dress for special work among ladies. F01
work among ladies. For par-
.Mrs Harmony. I', U. 3.
ANTCD-POSITION wanted by an Engineer and
.Machinist, AJJressj a J. uuiietm urtice,
16 it mi z
lANTED-WATCHESto repair by jeweler of u
years experience, u.ijici, ir nuuinusi
LD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Appply at Bulletin Office. ijfytf
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS I
L department. Whitney ft Marsh.
-THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
ramous nam ana egg aanaicnes ana (onee. (.or
Nuuanu and Mitel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
OTICE to Owner's Architects h Bultier's. E.
V cjulm of im Union St.. Is rrerared to fur
nish estimates on first class modern rlumblnp, Pat-
ronagt soMclted P O Poxija. tfetq-im
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co.
nil wmi c 3awu run bale. 154 ut
f OST Certificate No, ojs of the "Pioneer Mill
- Company. Ltd." for two (i) shares, stand ng In
the name of Mrs. N. S. Keltey, has been Inkt, and
transfers re sioppci. 11 juer is reuestej to deliver
me same ai ine omce 01 if. nacKieu company,
Ltd.,atonce. H. A. ISENBERG,
fCio jt Treasurer.
LOST a single stone d'amonJ car ring In or about
th Orpheum Theater or Cafe. A liberal reward
for tne same. Keturn to run wise of wilt & M Hon
Orpheum Theater, iCijmw
I OST-ON KING near Punchbowl atreet. a pair of
- horses' knee boots. Finder wl'WeceUe a reward
on returning property to tht Club Stables. itniw
I OST a gold enameled pin, monogram U. S $6
- in crimson anj goia. rinjer piease return to
iniinrntfinj receive reward it
CORSALE-A MCE MODERN COTTAGE with
truit and snaae trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets. Easy terms. Apply next door to
j. n. cummin gs. ibtotf
COR SALE-Hlghbred dog for salt. Rough
ioaij -I, pernarj aog, to montns 01 J, rjo. 4ij)
American Kennel Club Sired by the famous 'Klng
Menelek" Urns). Dam "Princess Wa HI," (510051.
Original certificates o pedigree, registration and
Appty to Capt. P'er Colly, Bark C, D, Bryant
MANILA CIGARS j cents each!' High Life 1
Insular Londres 4 for 1 jc. M) file Cigar Stand,
next th Orpheum.
uik .iftLt a pair ot riacKcoacn norses formerly
the property of Wm. G Irwin, Eso. Apply tc
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
COR SALE On. ShctUnJ PONY lth tr.tc. nd
n.rn.lt. lnr, jjj. fpyn, utmprtll, racl'
fic Tl.n.t.f Co., King ttrtft lfii.tt
COR SALE-Ncw irodcrn 8-Toomci rcilitncr with
larir, lol ll fun.nou. A Mrc. n. Are v to
mA M.rchint strr.t.
PR SALE Lrif War.hou. In goo loc.tlon.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIOGE,
,06 Merchant urett
FOR SALE Lot, joxito In Nuuanu tract fs down
J10 p,r month. J. H. Schnack. i Merchant
;OR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS t S
FURNISHED Cotntr. to Rent mll.H. tor nan anj
wlft. Ingulra at th'aoffic. tttiS'iw
XOlET-a NEW COTTAGES To Ut at P.uoa.
1 Apply atG. Schuman'a, Mtrchant St., tttw.cn
Fort ani Alak.a.
FOR RENT Two nlc.ly turnlth.i room, (Slnjly
or tn suite) In mo.t Jeslrable location. For tur-
ther Information apply at thi, omcr i6,iw
TO LET 4 nicely furnltheJ room,. Applv at 610,
Hotel ureel. idi.tf
NICELY FurnHhed room,, with toard. Selten
House, Younr Street, n.ar I'liknl. 161 1.1m
TO LET-Come, on Al.pal
Ueretanla atreet. Arpty 10
itrett. Cottact on
No. ,1 Merchant street.
PR, RENT-OFrlCt. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
No. IQ Merchant atreet. I St 111
COUNL), a receipt tor Postal Savlnts Dank Hook.
I No. 618 U Owner can obtain i.m. hv ralhnv
at this oftic, and paying lor this advertisement
MAUHALEI SUGAR CO., LIMITED.
Assessment Number Six of one per cent
(Si Fer share) on the assessable stock of the
Miunalel bugar Co., Ltd , Is now due ani
payable at the office of Emmett May, Judd
, EMMETT MAY,
Treas. .Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1900. i62S-3t
Es wlrd am Sonntag, den nten dieses,
elne Versammlung der deutch evang.
Lutherlschen Gemelnde In der Y. M. C. A.
Halle urn 11 Uhr VormlltaRs stattfinden,
urn den Uerlcht des Vorstandes ueber Plan
und Kostenanschlag fuerden Hauderneuen
Klrche u s, w. entEegenzunehmen.
PfcNNANTS-Blue or Olive Enamel
bTOR.WEHS -Blue or Olive Enamsl
RA.MHLfckS Green, Alaroon or Black
The ttmubtrtl IUCYCLEH of the world
Second-hand Wheels In Good Condition, Jio.eoup.
LAMPS, HELLS, SIWDRIES, Etc., Etc.
E. O. HALL
.Vcj( door to flutletin
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
. Bureaus Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
' American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
tantly - 0o -
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!
ft Ki fsx
t.55 M D(XEX LADIES' XIOIIT.GOU'XS MADE
t?C 01' (1001) COTTOX 'HUMMED WITH
0" Regular 75 cents,
& SON, Ltd.
Office, up stairs.
jiear Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris of the City :i
House and Lot, Punahou, only $ )ioo.
Ten Beautiful Lots, Kaplolanl Park
To Let, House on Asylum road.
To Long Leases, cheap rental.
Lot fioxno, only 51700; near town.
Beautiful Home, Young street.
House and Lot, King street, Jsioo; op
posite Hon. Sam'l Parker's place.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
VARIETY OF PATTERNS.
fax tai na
Value at 55 cents.
f 50 00. Ml
T;v v ".. ., V
3ttS?-P&.il,Ps?f".. ',: C
' $AL TEtY1 " "
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