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lllfc EVUNINO HUM.BTINI HONOLULU, II. I.t MQNhAYis4SiMI.M.II.It I?, 1900,
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WlftiN YOU WANT n Nice Hornc, n lnlr of Drnft Home, ti lulr of Draft
iMuIcn, IMuttUitlon MuIch, uml a Bet of stnc Iuiimicmh
YOUM lilM.l.lt. Itcniilrctl. 3,0111 Ituftftlc Pnlntcct, your IIhimichh Repaired, yotit
llurac bhuil op (i f'lnc Livery RIA BfCALL ON TIIKJC
Honolulu Stock Yards Co.,
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Jas. F. Morgan
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Mutiny of Prisoners
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! ".THIS .SPACE RESERVED
MOTHER IN ISRAEL DEAD
Mrs. Mary Brown, widow o the late
Thomas ttrown, died arly Sunday
morning at the residence of Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Nuuanu avenue. She was
SS years of age and possessed of lmr
faculties to the last. Mrs. Mackintosh,
her only daughter, Is absent with Mr.
Mackintosh In England. There nre four
ions Godfrey, Cecil, Frank and Mal
colm Drown. The first three were homo
at their mother's death. Mrs. Drown
was greatly revered througtiotu nor
long sojourn in Honolulu. She passed
a serene old aee amidst the sunshine
of universal affection that was the rich
ly deserved reward of her aralaulo
The funeral took place Sunday nf
ternoon from the family residence and
was very largely attended. The re
mains, enclosed In a Hack casket, lay
Jh ta front parlor surrounded by the
most beautiful floral offerings. The
service was conducted by the 'Rev.
Hamilton Lee of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral In a very Impressive manner.
The choir, Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Mrs. C.
A. Elston, Mrs. E. W. Jordan, Messr3.
T. Cllve Davles. Chss. A. Elston and
J. T. Irvine, under the direction of Or
ganist Wray Taylor, sang very effec
tively two hymns: "Days and Moments
Quickly Flying," and "Peace, Peace,
Among those present were: Bishop
and Mrs. Willis, Mr. and Mrs. A. T,
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaefer,
A. S. Cleghorn, D, P. R. Isenberg, Mr.
and Mrs, J. O. Carter, Hon. Samuel
Parker, Mr, and Mts. I.oulsson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. 0, Smith, Mrs. Robertson,
Mrs. Waterhouse, Oep. S. Harris, Mr,
and Mrs, C. Booth, Mrs. T, Sorcnson.
The pall bearers were the three son3
of the deceased lady, Godfrey, Cecil
and Frank Brown, Judge C, F. Hnrt,
H. M. von Holt, F. W.,flade and A. St.
SI. Mackintosh. The remains were fol
lowed to Nuanu cemetery by a largo
number of friends on foot. Tho Rev.
Hamilton Lee read the committal service.
PER B. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank anil
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .Jll line ot
canned goods. OAMARINOS' REFRI
Wellington, Sept 7 Manila news-
.i'rs Just rrrfUi'il at the War lie-
purtnidit gltr details of n lerper.itc
mutiny aiiiuiik tho natlte prisoners In
llltlbld prlto'i, wl.lcli result! 1 In the
dentil of four nnd the wounding nf
llftcen of them. The report state that
the outbrrnk camn without the plight-
est warning. Tho otllclals o' the pris
on were going about tliHr tlu'.lM on a
hot summer afternoon, the Kith ot July
taut, when n little wizened Wllplno,
serving n lift term, assumed I crouch
lug attitude nnd began to creep l be
yond the native foremnn, giving utter
mice to n low growl llkt n wild beast.
The effect wns electrical on llii' other
romlcts. In an Instant the muitt-ilnsj
had grown to a wild roar nnd every
prisoner was making for the keeper
with murder In his eye. The senior
captain of the native guard, when he
commanded the little mob to disperse,
was Blashcd across the back of the head
with a bolo. Then the Infuriated men
started for the gateway of tha prlon
to overpower tho guard and escape.
They were met by Major Rogers, the
commandant nnd a small po-tlon cf
the guard who fired a volley Into the
ranks of the fugitives. Three men fell
nnd this seemed to check the prlron
em for nn Instnnt, but their leader, a
Filipino of the most desperate tyre,
urged them on. Though already
wounded by the first Are, his spirit was
unbroken nnd four times the rifles
spoke before he fell. Then, like rats
In n trap the prisoners tried first ono
gateway nnd then nnother nnd very
probably would have overpowered the
small guard and made their escape had
not American prisoners themselves
come to the rescue nnd helped to cap
ture the fugitives. A few more volleys
from their reinforced pursuers, nnd
the prisoners scurried to their quar
ters In abject terror.
6. 6. Carlisle City.
The S. S. Carlisle Cltv, A. L. Peterson
master, arrived from Yokohama this morn.
Ing and anchored In the stream. She
brought a cargo of 400 tons of general mer
chandise for Alexander & Baldwin. The
Cirllsle City has three passengers In the
steenge for the Coast. The captain Is ac
companied by Mrs. Peterson and child.
Klickitat's Rough Voyojje.
Seattle. Sept. ?. Saturdav nlcht the
barkentlne Klickitat, from Honolulu, was
towed Into Port Townsend minus a fore
topmast and a topgalhnt mast. She was
two week at sea and for a short time wa
In a rough storm.
Conl fop Honolulu.
Tacoma, Sept. j. Bark Carrolton sailed
yesterday with a cargo of coal for Hono
lulu. NEW TO-DAY
Corrugated Iron, Sash, , Doors,
Blinds, Window Frames, and
all kinds of Building Material
for sale, in lots to suit, cheap.
"Enquire at the Arlington
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Cliombersln Probate.
In th merer c( the Estate ct CHRISTIAN
BOSSboiKekaha. Kauai, deceased. A botammt
rur.ontng to re the Lilt Will ani Tenement ot
Chrl l!an Boste, deceased, having on the 14th day
05 a.riemrer, n. u 1900. reel Fremea to sau
Probate Court, ard a Petition tor the Probate thereof
and tor the Issuance ol Letttrl Testamentary to M.
I'fot.nhauer of Honolulu, having been filed by
It la hertby ordered that THURSDAY, the ejtli
dav erf October, A, U. igoo. at 10 u clock a m , of
laid day at the Court Room of said Cturt, atLlhue
Kauai, be and the same hereby Is appointed the time
anJ place for proving said Will and hearing said
Dated at Llh.e September 14, 1000.
Uy the Court
HARRY D. WISHAKD Clerk,
I0t7-n,r4 r 8
Lodge Ls Progre3 de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A & A.S. RITE;
There will be
a meeting of Lodge
Le Proeres de L'Oceanie. No. 124. A. &
A S R., at Its hall, Maonlc Temple,
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at m
o'clock, to provide for the reception and
entertainment of the Nobles of Islam Tem
ple of Mystic Shriners to arrive here In
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N, 821 and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present,
By order 0 the W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
'imiMiiYiiii'iirVi' E"Z to carry
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New moon on the 23d at !:: a, in.
Weather llureau, l'uuahntl, Beptcui
bcr 17. Tempernture Morning mini
mum, "1; Midday maximum, S3.
Ilarometer at 9 a. m. 30.04. Steady,
De wi'olnt C5K.
Humidity nt D a. in. CI per cent.
Dlnmond Head Signal Station, Ben
tember 17. Weather clear; wind frenli
Sunday, September 16.
U. S. A. T. Westminster. Pctrle. from
San Francisco, Sept. 7, en route to Manila
witn 0.000 ions or stores.
Am. shin Great Admiral, Sterling, 42
days from Newscastle with coal. Ull port
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Hannma
ulu. Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, from Maui
and Hawaii ports with mail, passengers
and 142 bgs corn, lit bgs potatoes, 186
Dgs taro, ij pKes nwes, 10 nogs, 1 muie,
Monday, September 17.
Stmr Mokolll, Napeli, from Moloknl.
S. S. Carlisle City, Peterson, from Yo
kohama. Am. sp. Great Admiral, Stirling, from
Saturdav. September 1;.
Scrr J. M. Weatherwax, Sorenson, for
the bound In ballast.
Gr. sh Philadelphia, Wachter, for the
P. M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, for
Monday. September 17,
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at 4 P. m.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Lahalna,
nonoKaa and KUKulhaele at 4 p. m.
Stmr. Keauhou. Mosher, for Makawell
and Walmea at p. m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports
at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr fCInau, Clarke, for Hllo and way
pons at 12 m.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p.m.
Stmr Claudlne, Weir, for Maul ports at
From Hanatnaulu, per stmr, Walaleale,
ept. 10. Mr. ana Mrs. bcniemmer,U.H.
Allen, Mrs. R. F. Lange, Miss H. Grau and
From Maul and Hawaii norte. tier ilmr.
Claudlne, Sept. iC J. R. Illgby, C. P.
Grlmwood, Mrs. J. S. Walker, Miss K.
Vlda, Miss E. Gllhus, David Haughs, W.
Hett.C. Allen, II. F.Damon, J Taylor,
Miss E. Taylor, Miss A. Olsen. Mrs. J. W.
Davidson and daughter, Y. Kashlnokl,
Cnong Hong and sin, D. P. Kapewa and
wite, J. 11. wise, J. Pievin.J. A. lion
salves, Miss Gonialves, Chang Chom, Y,
See Young, T. McCants Stewart, R. W,
Wilcox and wile. Miss Gannon. Mrs. I!
F. McCall, J. A. Baker, Miss L. Goodwin,
r. ti. tiayseiaen and wlte, Aupunl Hay
selden, Isiac Ihlhland wife, A. C. Dow
sett, and oS on dck.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S. Rio
ae Janeiro, sept, ij. r. o. Jones, aim.
Gutave Simon and child, Mrs, J. Morlt,
George H. Mead, wife and son; C. B.
Wells. -Miss Calhoun, W. D. Baldwin, J.
K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Col, George
Ruhlen and two sons, W. H. Baugh,AMss
Laughlln, Miss D. Kerr, F. H. Batsford,
George Hood, J. G. Serrao, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Wilson, W. S. Withers and wife,
Miss Helga S. Mvhre. Miss Pierce, W.
Helnmann, Mrs. Hatch and child, AUss
Alactarlane, H. H. Williams, H. h. Wlciv
man, J. G. King, wife and boy, J. M,
Wright and wife, W. Peterson, J H. Kris'
sen, M. Myhre, George KldJ. B. E.Stelg
mann. J. W. Leonard. J. T. Waldan. wfr
Ham Dean, Lula Lopez, Mrs. I.. Dolllnger,
uenry Burrows, jonn u. t-ampDeii, t. l.
St ous, Mrs. Hennlngsan, James Arm
strong and wife, Francisco Lorenzo George
RoJIek, Alexander Scheellng, L. Bossnell,
G Marquis, James G. Taylor, Joe Fer
relra, R. T. Kirk, G. H. Rrentan, J. J.
Ryan, Mrs. E. Hargrave, D, D, liowmann,
C. C.Campbell, L. C Duval, P. Ras
mussen and C. Lennan.
U. 8. A. T. WcHtmlnstcp.
The U. S. A. T. Westminster, Petrie
commander, urrlved In port nnil lmnleil
nlongslde the I'acldc Mall wlmrf Sun
day afternoon, linvlng gulled from San
rrnnclsco on tho nfternoon or the 7th
Inet, The Westminster Is bound (or
Manila with' 6000 tons of stores (or 'tho
quartermaster and commissary's de
partments and she will continue on nor
voyage ns soon as enough coal Is taken
Captain Petrle Is well known Jn Ho
nolulu. First Officer Olubs Is making
his first trip In the transport but he
has been to Honolulu many times ind
lias n host of (rlends here, Tho thanks
of the Bulletin nro due Mr, Qlbbs (or
late newB favors,
W. T. Baldwin Is tho commissary
clerk aboard the Westminster, N, B.
Roper,- tho only passenger aboard, Is
bound to Takn, where ho will bo tho
engineer In a largo distilling plant. '
The Westminster brings 150 barrels
of Bulphur for the quartermaster's do
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The Fort Employment
. KINO STRtLl.
'I'hom Mam l.
HELP WANTED I SIUIATJON WANTID
JairnM with wll
Lurof"an Cook K
month, board and room.
Amtrlcan boy at drivrr
f f ftrtk
kali It I A lata lilinKaanlLl
Jr to do totlftwotk.
wtfff fur mililnp ind
houMtniid Mn it day.
Kit mkf about ftj ftr
month. (lt hout to
Jtpint bty nf Ch1
nM, irrntrtl trvr.t,
Uht Cart nf on hofw.
f wtk, borJ nj room
JatamM Arttook $fi
ttnh, NrJ an J room.
Japarxt or Chlnti
firtt cbok, S par month
Nt J anJ room
maid antf llttl rahlnff
Ji.) wk. toarJ anJ
JarntM yard boy, fa
k, toard and mom,
Antrtcan boy, about ij
ytart old at Clerk and
Saitiman Clfar itor, (4
( commonwwi k Strt boy
J 1 fan ft oman a
tint ctatt cook, ft-L:
ChlntM family CoaV,
' yard buy and ttatla boy
I aarCoinpUlrtf aialnst
throuith our arnr
will bt racalvtd and
put dwn on nur
WANTED To Canvassers. Local work a root!
commission lor reliable men. Address P. J. K.
llullelln Office. i,wi
WANTED-BARBEP at Somma'l Shop. Otfheum
tllock. Good wasTes i6,wi
aANTED-Ererlenced SALESUDV WANTED
.at FAUI It IMI"OK I lU.'S. IIjIIT
I7ANTED at one. two ladles ot rleaslnc. Ad
v dress for special work amonr ladles. For par
ticuiars aaaress wrs narmony. r. u m.
ANTED-P0S1T1OS wantad ty an EnKlrr and
macnmut Adaraai j, a. j. uunaun umce,
WANTED-WATCHESto reralrby jawaler 0M5
yt art txrarlcnct. G. DIETZ, 41T Nuuanu St
ID PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot-
ton Kaga Appply at Uuiimn umct. 1 jr-1 1
CXPEKIENCEO SEWING GIRLS In drctimaklne
- aeranmani. wnnney at warin. i;cc
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
uytttri icrvfd n tnt ant 1 1 only, iry nil
famous Ham and Egg Sandwltnra and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Htitl ttrttts. DICK DALY, Proprietor,
LOST A new Sterns Wheel. No. ttt 14 black frame,
oranira rim! taken from MoJer Mnrk ttalrwav.
Finder rewarded by returning to A. F, Cooke, rom
a. .Moaei uiock. io)?n
' Tele:nce Datket of Clothes ddreaed MIti
laa norner. roiiry ttuueim. c.)biw.
I OST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S.,v6
- In crlmwn and gold. Finder pleat return to
inif cimce anj receive rewara. tt
COR SALE-A COW For Sale; just In milk. Tele-
pnone it ullc. iCjtwi
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS"TOOTSFOR SALE
a LH bAP. 1 w wilier streit. I6WI
COR SALE A fin Mason and Ha mt In upright
riano mum n 10 a Mtore saiuraav. call at
Mrs. Walker's, Anton Rosa's place, Walklklturn
mh ureei. tb)lit
FOR SALE Jyco. LcasehoU on Fort sUeet. near
Kukul. ft years to run. Ground rent oily fis
per annunie nrpir 10
WILLIAM SAVIDGE t CO..
w6 Merchant St.
COR SALE-LOTS In Palama nrartown. .All slits
an J prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO,
to6 Merchant St
COR SALE fiooo. Leasehold on Oucen sreet
' near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 ears to run
Dpienjia warenous ixKanon.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO..
toft Merchant street
COR SiLE-oiUxi)t desirable iK tory dwelling
on i-rospect sircei, peiween Aiapai ana iiacKieu
straits' 6 ro-ms, large Una I. fin view, secant's
qua tiers anj starie. t-or further pJtt'culars apply to
m.rtK, lvmjipivi ot m. !i)"
FOR SALE This means I will sell a large stock of
Manila Cigars at Ji.y rer hundrej,
Mrtl Cigar Store,
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
1 Irult and shade trees. Corner Anapunl atd Do
minis streets. -Easy terms. Apply next door to
mi ii. -ummir j;, TWQTr
FOR SALE AtPa'r of Hack coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. G. Irwin, Ess. Arply w
James Carty, American Stablest Merchant and fclch-
COR SALE On Shetland PONY with brake and
1 harness. Price $7 J. Apply H. Camp tell. Pact
lie mniiCT eo., rung ureei. 10I4II
FOR SALE Lots 50x100 in Nuuanu tract f$ down
J 10 per month. J. H. Schnack, a 13 Merchant
iR SALE-UND3 IN ALL PARTS OF THE
wit. nyj.M. VIVAS 1)8.
-OR RENT-Very desirable furnished rooms, at
44 Dcrciania sireci. corner or I'uncnoowi,
TO LET-a NEW COTTAGES To L.t at P.uoa
Apply at u. acnumans, Mercnant st., between
rort and Alakea. !39)tf
TO LET 4 nicely furnlsliej rooms.
Apply at 610,
NICELY Tarnished rooms, with board. Seften
House. Yojng Street, near IMkol. i6tim
TO LET-Cotlai. on Algpal street, Cottate on
ueretanla sue.t. Arply to
No. e Merchant street
R RENT-OFFICt, Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
no. to Merchant street. icsatf
FOUND, a receipt (or IVul Savings Haik Bock,
No. 68 It Owner can ob'aln same by tailing
m mi. vuik. iii, paying lor nut aaveuisemenr
01 ICE tj Owner's Architects & Uullder'i. &
W. Oulnn Of nt Union St.. liDrcnari tn fur.
nlsh ekt'matvs on first class modern plumtlng, Pat
runage sojlelted. P. O. Hon iji, i6ag-1 m
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Th. Union Eiprtss Co
im niiuc annu mx jalc, IM)W
mw i a
A Choice Corner Lot
corner Klnau and Pensacola streets
100X203. There are fine trees on the
lot and It Is within 200 feet of two
line of the new electric system, It
will be sold at
as the owner Is leaving the city. It
may he divided Into small lots.
Also For Sale
a home and lot 60x200 centrally locat
ed, l:or paitlculas apply to
MRS. H. W. HENDRY.
. Pensacola St Walklkl side, second
Mouse above Klnau, !035tf
E. O. HALL
King street, next
S I. X. L.
Has made another
Bedroom 6et, 6ldeboaNls, Tables. Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bursaus. Ice Chests and RsfrlAeraters.
American and Hawaiian Flags. Btc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES -,
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Od - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.'
Pacific Import Go.
Fort St. Progress Block
FOR THIS JVEEK-
& 80N, Ltd.
to Bulletin Office
near Fire Station
BURNETTE af DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In All Parti ot the City tl
Good paying, Lodging House right In
town, cheap rental. ,
Nice Home, complete, Punahou, gcod
view, only 44000.
House and Lot, lot Q3XIOO, good house,
Good building Lot, King street.
Several good paving leas;holds.
(Small Cottage To Let. S12 50 per month
Comer King and Bethel streets.
We call attention to
a large line of LADIES'
PERCALE ' WRAPPERS,
which we are offering
this week at - $1,25
Goods that were manufactured to sell
at SJ.OO, $6.00 and $7.?0 ; we have
placed on sale at
$3.00, $400 AND $5.00!
Call soon, as the lot will , S
not last long
. util.H 'fttiAll'