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1111: kVliMNO HUU.I.IIN1 HONOLULU. U. L IJlhti&HASW&tiirt ILWiHH H. tyo.
TAKE NOTICE I
VOU WANT n Nice HufMC. n lnlr of llrnfi Hophcm ii llf Dr
ll(lltUltlOM MuIch, Mini it Bet of line Iimimichh,
YOUM ItlKit.lli licmilrccl our Ungate I'tilnicil, your Hhimicmk Mcjuili'td, your
IIui'ko bhod of ii Mine Mvcry Rig. CALL ON Tlin
Honolulu Stock Yards
Cor 3-Clng cm.dL Qovitla. Ctrots
Jas. F. Morgan
II 88 Queen fltreel
THIS SPACE RESERVED
The underslfined will close their places
of business on Regatta Day, Saturday,
Stptemter 15th, all day. Customers
pjeise send in their orders early on Friday;
H. May iV Co.
Lewis & Co.
Salter and Walty. 3I
There will be a
meetlne of the stock
holJers of the Pacific Vehicle and Supply
on luesjav. btpt. IB.
1000. at 2 d. m.. In the ottice 01 Mr. Jas.
F. Morgan, on Queen street, for the pur
rose of ameidlne the bylaws of the com
luny. ED INGHAM, Secretary.
Honolulu, Sept. 11. 1900. 63')t
; HAGIC i
;i WAFERS S
1 ., jrr.
E2L to carry
E-Z to take
euro a head
ache Vl LfUtu nil ilrUK?N.
NEW MEXICAN VOLCANO
Chicago, Sept. !. A special to tho
llecord from Ouadalajara, Mexico, says
A new volcano has bioken foitn
about thirty miles southeast of thu old
Collma voleano. The new volcano mado
Its uppearanco suddenly und without
warning. The natives living near tho
base of thu mountain, as It Is called, formation that his uncle, Arthur Sew
were' much alarmed nt first and fled 'all of Maine had died. The young coil
from their homes, but as prospects of pi0 w spend their honeymoon In Niivi
danger passed they returned to their, York,
homes. The volcano Is small and local
rclentlsts predict that It will soon dis
appear. PER 8. 8. AUSTRALIA.
JuBt landed a full lino ot grapes, ap
ples, orangeB, lemons celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, date, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkey,
cblckenB, ducks, quail, A .all line of
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI
of wyiOO Miners
lAwMHlnim I'nu Rpwlnl i
liiilllnill. ! 6 Tlif Hr ill
In- luiiiinrrt'lnl worlil an iiirmu w-
wart liiillnliniHilU tidn The Ihrwil
iikiI inhirnl irlki' intuhliiK lit wo
niitliriiclti; cual iiilmri In IViiniohnii-
la U o( International ltn)Nnlin'.
lliu atrlkv l urilvrwl liy the Nntlunal
llimril of Mine Wurkmn. uiiroxliiialil)
1.VW.UO0 iToii will be nlti-tlwl.
The National Hoard number begin
nrrllnB last nlnlit for the lunferemv
Tlie Jloaul meetltiK for toilay
tallnl for 10 o'clock, lint ilela)el
until noon on nciuiint of the abwnec
or Kreil Ullcher, who ha been al worn
In the anthracite Held anil I familiar
with the ettwitlon.
To the operator, time ha been
Kranteil until Saturday to intet the de
mand of the miner. The Hoard tnein-
I ber und other here today nil nay the
hope n clash will be. nutted and ate
uultlliK to ee what will be the atiamr
of the operators.
Gen. Wilson On
Road to Peking
(Associated l'reas Special.)
Washington, Sept. C The War De
partment today receUed the followli.g
cablegram from General Harry:
"Tnku, China (no date.) Adjutant
Ceneral, Washlngio.i. All cjulet l'o
hlng. Supplies promitly unloaded,
forwarded when dlspoiltlon determin
ed. All stippllea reccle'- troon eom
fortablc Inter. No .ommunleatlon
with Chinese otlklnl aft -r August -sill.
Jnmea II. Wilson, Url,adl.;r (jcnerrl
oi Volunteer goes to IWlng toulglr.
"Kockhlll, Shanghai. IVIcgrn hlc
communication 1'eklng Tien Tsln bid.
Extreme heat ended. All condition
eatlsfaetory. Oo Nagasaki tjmorrow,
take first transport Manila.
Ue-neral Harry goes to Manila to as
sume the duties of Chief of Stalf to
TREASURE FROM KLONDIKE
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 5. The steam
ship Humboldt, Captain Uonnlfleld, ar
rived In port today from Skngway with
142 passengers and about JC0.000 In
Dawson gold. The largest treasure
holder being T. I. Draining, who hud
120,000. He was formerly chief of po
lice of San Diego, Cnl,
The Humboldt brings Skagway ad
vices to September 1st. Nothing was
been of tho wrecked ditch coming
down, as the Humboldt passed llor-fe
Shoe Heeef during tho night. It is be
Ileed, however, thnt the larger por
tlou of her cargo will be a completo
Negotiations are now pending for
the charter of from two to four laiije
freight carriers to go on the run from
thl city to San 1'ranclsco, or from th's
city to Skagway.
OSCAR SEWALL .HARRIED.
San Rafael, Sept, E. Miss Josefa N
Crosby and Oscar T. Sewall were mar
ried this afternoon at the home of tho
bilde's parent In this city. Hev. Ar
thur Crosby, father of the bride, olil
ciated at the wedding ceremony. Onl
the relatives and Intimate friends of
the young couple were in attendance,
but presents and message of good will
were received from ull parts of tho
country. The house was beautifully
decorated with ferns and forest greens.
From a decorated alcove an orchestra
discoursed music during the ceremony.
Miss Crosby was nttended by Mlb.i
Louise Crosby, her younger sister, who
acted as maid of honor, he bride wn
gowned In white organdie over white
taffeta. Warren I). Clark acted as nest
Tho groom Is well known In business
circles throughout the United Statea.
At present ho Is New York manager
for thu Arm of Williams, Dlmoml & Co.
of San Francisco and Now York, Mies
Crosby la pretty and popular. She Is
tho duughter of Hev. Arthur Crosby,
dean of the Mount Tamalpals Military
Academy, Just previous to her mur
rlago Mr. Sewall received tho sad In-
Torpedo Boat Injured.
New York, Sept, fl. Tho torpedo
boat Uahlgren while backing out of he,r
slip yesterday, collided with the tor
pedo boat Owyn, according to a dh
patch to'tho Times from Newport, II, I.
The flwjn was so much damaged that
It will ho necessary to send her to tho
lliooklyu Navy Yaid for repairs, which
mny cost sovcial thousand dollars,
It Is Bald the Dahlgren's reversing
gear failed to work when It should
have done so,
movi'.musth op 8Ti:ami:iih,
Pt(tner due ntid Killing tor the re
mainder of Ihl an.l the whole of tiett
month tre aa follow!
Hlmiuer rrom uue
China 8. V Hept 13
Doric 8. V Kept it
Australla-8. 1' Sept. 24
Nippon Mar-8. K. Kept 2-1
Warrlmoo Victoria Sept. W
Itlo de Janeiro B. V. ...
Nippon .Mnrn S. r.
Coptic 8. I'. Sept.
Mlowera Victoria Sept. 2o
Australia 8. I' Oct. 2
America Mam S. F. Oct. 2
eWnther Ilurvau. I'unnhuu, fipitei
Iwr 13. Tenipernturv MurntiiR mini
mum, Mill day inuxltiium, 87.
Hnrumctpr nt i u. m. 30.03. Hlnlni;.
Dew Point C4F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. &.ri per cent.
Dlrimoml H'-nd Signal Stntlun Kp
timUr 12. Wonthcr ikar; wind freuli
I'. M. S. S,
, China, Seabury, from San
btmr. Kauai, Urulin, from
Wednesday, September 12.
Stmr Keauhou. Mosher. for Kllauea.
Stmr Nllhau. Thompson, for Honuano
Stmr James Makee. rullett for Kapaa
Stmr Mokolll. NapeU, for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Pukoo, Kaanapall and Kahulul
Schr. Alice Kimball, for Kahulul.
O. S. S. Aiariposa, Kenne, for thr Colo
nies. TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna, Hono
kaa and Kukuthaele at & p. m.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Hanainautu
and Makawel at J r. m.
P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, for China
ana japan at 10:30 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmt Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Lthal'
na, Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 10 a. m.
From San Francisco, per bk. R.P. Rlthet
Sept. 12-H C Jones. B Tucker, W T
Clvmer, Mrs K E Clvmer, -Mrs J W
YarnJIey, Mrs Clara Hlllman, Mrs Cap
tain Sixe, Mis Bessie Smart.
From San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Chlnn. Sept. 11 Mr and Mrs F A Bal
lasevus and 2 children. Wm Burns. Miss
M Hache. Mr and Mrs W R Castle, Mr
ana Airs - J uooper, -Mrs A jvi uongdon,
mxs r- urrssman, Mr ana Mrs uu Koi
V Fink, Mr and Mrs C Gllman, Miss E
Hoffman. Mr and Mrs J Hind, C L Hard'
Int. Mrs W Havwood. 2 children and ser
vant, S W Lewis, Mrs F W Macfarlane,
Ml C H Necke, L T Peck, MV and Mrs
T Richards, Mrs T Sorenson, Miss E D
borenson, Miss (j Uarrett, Mrs A Cronp
Miss B Cas'le, A J Coats, Miss M A
Cloceett. G Delllne. Mr and Mrs John
Ena, A Fair, VV C Gilman, Mr and Mrs
c j Holt. J H Harrison, miss m v J01111
on. Mr and Mrs H Morrison, VV Palache
G Koenitz. O L Sorenson. Miss A Soren
on. Miss H N Sorenson, Mr and Mrs A
M Smith and 2 cilldren, Mrs P L Tople,
Mrs L WlEht. W S Withers. Mr and Mrs
C D Vlnceit, 2 children and servant, Mrs
a b Winslow, I- B lalbot, .Miss b
Wehner. Mr and Mrs W J Wilson,
Through for Yokohama: P Haberland. J
S Little, R Makita, H T Saftord, b C
ReKisler. H K Koch, Miss G Little, G J
Miller, A L Webster, Rev and Mrs C S
Weaver. For Kobe: Rev and Mrs W
Callahan and 2 children, Rev and Mrs W
A. uavls ard child, L J Hogue ana
:hlldrcn. Mr and Mrs WE Towson. J
Hall. J H Leonard. J H Wilson. For
Nagasaki: Mrs. C. H. Smith. For
Sh.innal: F Denby. P Meyer, L S Palen,
J H Wilson. For Hongkong: J L Davis,
C E Hodde, M Llebert, Capi Geo Lowrey,
Mr ana .Mrs J w Miller. .Mrs w Howell,
J P Kellogg, R Lenrman,
G A Marquis,
I W Jenss.
ROOSEVELT STARTS OUT
Detroit, Sept. fi. (lovcrnor Roosevelt
nrrUed In this city today, accompanied
by Hon. John V. Clark, of New York.
A committee of ISO Detroiters met thn
(loernor's train nt Essex, Ontario, and
escorted him to the city, A magnificent
llorul shield was presented to the
Colonel at Essex by Clenernl Dulllcbl,
chairman of the welcoming committee
At the Michigan Central station a largo
ciowd assembled to cntrh 11 gllmpso nf
the Vice Presidential candidate. Col
unci Roosevelt was warmly welcomed
along the drive to the Hotel Caddlht
A public reception was held this after
noon. Col. Roosevelt will nildress n
mass meeting tonight and will leave al
10:30 p, in. for Saginaw, Clrund Rnphh
Kalamazoo nnil tho West,
Bark Ptluger Sold.
San Francisco, Sept. G. Deputy UnlteJ
States Marshal A. L. Farlsli, yesterday
sold the German bark J. C. Pflugerto
satisfy judgements against her for salvage
and repair work. Though she has been
appraised at three different times by three
different Insurance boards of appraisers at
f 5000, she was sold to the John Rosen
feld's Sons Company for fM,250. The
bidding was very lively and the coal men
were compelled to pay the high ligure to
get the bark. Though some work has
been done on her since she was damaged
at tea, ( 10,000 Is still to be expended upon
her In converting me vessel into a
tine, to be used In the sugar trade.
Hit innrrTiii.il m
,4 it I Iht timmm H h Ui(M 1
II ttmtt Ui ' itMrNi It tfi t
trmtnH W ut i hill ' '
flltir flf tftfi tit ttH 9f iHW.
The Fort Employment
KIM) ST MI LI
tKfan I ok $(9
month litfi anJ tnom
1 cwnmormMkt & tot toy
J$t, omn at
Chin family cot
ard toy and atatl tu
JafinM with (t
Jir to 4o t-tlr9tb
htmmal4 Man It di,
lit frwibrat-ml St) r
tniinth (ilt hout to
JHn riy or uni-
iwtf trntral Mfnt
tiht cart ul on noiM.
$1 ttk, toar n4 room
Japan? (lrt CMh fO
rtk Nifi anJ rfn
Jaftn or Ch n
fir1 c ok, f o rr month
Kitd ani room
mild ani llttl waihlnif
$t )e ttkf totrd ani
rtfc, iKtard and rtmm
Amitkan buy. Nut i
wart oil at lrk and
ba ttman cigar ttott, f
through our artnev
will t rt(vtd and
rut dn on nur
lllutli. Goodrl ()!
WANTED-ErrliJ ALI LADY WASTED
at PACII ICIMfOHTCO'S itu-iw
WANTED- M ENOGKAHILR, crln(ei In
"V etifral nn,(e work lw n Cltcuic Co LtJ
WANTED Ynunr m.1 of gol cturacttr wlht
rwim in rnvatt timlly in t'un.nou. aarfti
O W tunlnt uuintln
WANTED A ruoJ t'wne toy about If )irt old
net atrili l, work Arrly The frlinelc blurt
cottier K ng and South Slrttit. Hfg-i
WANTED t onct two Udlo of rl"r
dret t(tr t tcUl work amonr Udl Ic
JUft Harmony P. O tip
WANTED-COSITION wantad t-y an Entlnrr and
Malhlnlit AddrttaJ A J Ilullttin Uttica
IWANTED WATCHES to rtfalr ty Jawalar of 11
'V yiara txrarltncc G DlfcfZ atf Nuuanu St
rl) I'AI'EHS TO tXCII tNGE lor cltan Cot
- ton Man Arrr'V al liullttln Ofnca n'yll
EXPENIENCED SEWING GIHLS In drtiimaklrir
drparlmant Whitney St Matth i;Cfc
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Uyittf tttvtt n Utc hU only i
fimout Him and tfe Stn4lth anJ Cofltt
Nuuanu nd M)ttl ntU. DICK DALY, I'rorrlctcr
FOR S'LE iMxiji Jlrtlt t4 tory dlllnp
i.n t 'rot pec t ttrl, bttwttn AUpal ini tUckffld
trttt; 6 rooms, Urgt Unlt Cnt .lw, wivinti
JUAfurs and ttatlt, tot lurttor rartkuUrt amy 1"
ibAR, LANSINO fi CO. iC j t
FOR SALE AMaonandHamtln Piano In Rood
ctnJHInn AJJrenH in.otfl. ittitt
FOR SALE TM m-ani I will utl a lart stuck (
Manila Clears at ii ti rrr hundrJ.
T J FHirPATRlCK.
i6mH M Ml Cigar Stor.
COR5ALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE U!)
1 Irult and stvade irtcs. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis strefti. Easy terms Apply r.ext door to
J. H.Curomlngi. ittglt
PR SALE Apa'rof black coach horns formerly
lh proptrtyot Wm (j Irwin Estr. Arply tp
James Cafty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
FOR SALE One Shetland PONY with brake ani
harness. PrlrejTj. Apply H Campttll Pad
fie Transfer Co.. Klnc meet 1614I1
FOR SALE -New modern 8 -roomed residence with
larre lot at Punahou A barealn Arrlv to
U Merchant street.
PR SALE Larte Warehouse In good location
Apply to ILLIAM SAVIDOE.
too Merchant street
FOR SALE Lots jcxiw) In Nuuanu tract fts down
J 10 per month. J, H. Schnack, taj Merchant
R SALE-UNDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS 1,81
FOR RENT Very Jeslratle furnished rco-ns, at
44 betttanla stmt, corner ot Punchbowl,
- - iCjfiw
TOLLT-t NEW COTTAGES To Ut at Pauoa
1 ApplvatG. Schu man's, Merchant St., between
Fort and Alakea. t;o-tf
TO LET 4 nicely furnished rooms.
Ifotrt street .
Apptv at f to.
NIcELY burnished rooms, with
House, Younr Street, near Pllk
TO LET-Cuttate on Alapal street. Cottage on
beretanla street Apply to
No. u Merchant street
FOR RENT-OFFICE. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat.
No. ig Merchant street i5ilf
FOUND, a receipt for Postal Savinrs Iiik Bock.
No. 618U Owner can ob'aln same by calling
at this office and pa) In for this advertisement
NOTICE to Owner's Architects & Builder's. E.
V Qulnn of irs Union St.. Is prepared to fur
nlsh estimates n first class modirn plumbing, Pat
ronage solicited. P O. Uo ijt ity 1 m
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Tht Union Expnss Co
has WHITE SAND TOR SALE i u tf
LOST a gold enameled pin monogram U S g(
IncrlmtonanJ gold Finder pleas return to
this office and rerelv reward tf
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
The following Assessments have been
levied upon the Assessable Stock of this
Company as to become due and payable at
the office of the Hawaiian Trust & Invest
ment Co., Ltd.:
SECOND Aseisment of 25 per cent
October 1, 1000,
THIRD Assessment of 25 per rent Nov
ember 1. 1000,
FOURTH and FINAL Assessment Dec
ember I, U30.
Dated, Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1000.
G. R. CARTER,
Treasurer of the Hawaiian Electric Com
pjny, Ltd. 1534WI
New llnrk llmviill.
The new bark Hawaii, recently built
nt Glasgow for Hind, Itolph & Cu. of
Sun 1'rnnclsco nnd Honolulu, was to
have balled from (Hrfkqw for San
Francisco on September 5. She will
trade between Coast and Island ports.
VMB f .,. tfl ... iMMrhi II ftAMfft i .... llll
niMMn imi noti.t in I.T.-J,::-:: ...ilii-iiT.
, Jj O 'irt !., l MUL II
a uuLumDiA n
,i" :; bicycles!
s- .ihiii -s m
, , ,v-. .11 I U V -r V V TM i MM
m '" im
II liltfJ ! n lire, utjr or bUJK. .uu
1 1 III
1 E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd. f
I jj King itfcet, next to Bulletin Oftie M
1 -V' "? "' -g-J"-"----
tuc m rUHUUBC
1. V Lt.
Has made another
Big Reduction in
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureaus, Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American und Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
M m ta Us H iq letm
Selling Agents tor
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 9
S. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
oostaotlf - Oo - Haud
New Shipment? Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
FOR THIS WEEK-
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts 0! tho City si
House and Lot, Punahou. only $1200.
Ten Beautiful Lots, KapIoIanUPark
To Let, House on Asylum road. '
To Long Leases, cheap rental.
Lot Coxiio, only J1700; near town.
Beautiful Home. Young street.
House and Lot, King street, S?coo; op
posite Hon. Sam'l Parker's place.
Corner Kins and Bethel streets.
We call attention to
a large line of LADIES'
which we are offering
this week at $1.25
Goods that were manufactured to sell
at $5.00, $6.00 and $7.?0 ; we have
placed on sale at--
$3.00, $4 00 AND $5.00 !
Call soon, as the lot will
not last long
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