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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.
Only a few left, 1899 Model,
WHEN YOU WANT a Nice Horse, a Pair of Draft Horses, a Pair of Draft
Mules, Plantation Mulus, and a Set of Fine harness.
YOUR BUGG1B Repaired, jour Bugftle Painted, your Harness Repaired, your
Iiore Shod or a Fine Livery Rig. CALL ON THE C
Honolulu Stock Yards Co. Ltd.
Coi Zgirag snxdL SovLtlx Streets
Jas. F. Morgan
11 83 Queen Strc.t
THIS SPACE RESERVED
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
The following Assessments have been
levleJ 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 Asseisment of 25 per cent
October 1, 1900.
THIRD Assessment of 25 percent Nov
ember 1, 1900,
FOURTH and FINAL Assessment Dec
ember t, 1900.
Dated, Honolulu, Sept. 12, tooo.
G. R. CARTER,
Trtasurer of the Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, Ltd. I534W2
A Choice Corner Lot
corner Klniu and Penfacola streets
100x200. There are fine trees on the
lot and It Is within 2co feet of two
lines of the new electric system. It
will be sold at
as the cwner Is 'eavlrg the city. It
may be divided into small lots.
Also For Sale
a home and lot 60x2:0 centrally locat
ed. For paitlculas apply to
MRS H. W. HENDRY.
Pensacola St., Walklkl side, second
house aoove Klnau. i6tf
Corrugated Iron, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Window Frames, and
all kinds of Building Material
for sale, in lots to suit, cheap.
Enquire at the Arlington
Hotel premises. u,.u
Mrs, Aonis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mfinori "
720 Beretanla streets Tel. 1114. lOtj-K
Fall of China
(Associated Press Special.)
SlniiiRlinl, Sept. 15. News of the
cnntviiitilnteil withdrawal of the allies
from Peking hs caused n great sena
tton anil Is considered a mistake which
Is likely to eventuate In disturbances
In other parts of China, where the peo
ple are certain to attribute the evacua
tion to a defect of the European forces.
l'ven here, the Chinese as n whole, do
not believe that the allies ever reached
Peking. They think the story a fabri
cation concocted for the purpose of Im
posing upon tho officials.
Competent observers believe that a
lesson must be brought home to Chi
na now In order to prevent serious out
breaks In the future.
Tnktt, Wednesday, Sept. 12. All the
Uoxers against whom an expedition ot
allies was sent to the westward haj
left the vicinity of Tn Liu four days
previous to the arrival of the troops.
Wellington, Sept. 11. Claims aggre
gating f 2,500,000 or more have arisen In
connection In the efforts made, principally
In Hawaii, to prevent the bubonic plague
from securing a foothold In that country
anj Its outlying possessions, by burning
down a considerable part of the Japanese
and Chinese quarters, where It was
thought the disease might IV d lodging
Two Japanrse residents are said to have
lost their lives, furniture and practically
all belongings. The loss Is estimated at
Sjoo.ooo. The Chines: loss was es'.lmat
ed at tbout 52,000,0:0.
The Japanese Consul General at Hawaii
fi st brought the matter to the attention of
the Hawaiian authorities, aklng that the
looses Incurred by Japanese subjects be
reimbursed to him. President ALKInley
gave the necessary authority to Govern
or Dole to appoint a commission of five
members to pass upon all claims of this
nature, but on objection of the claimants
this fell through.
The authorities here feel that It Is a
mitter which Hawaii should aJjust, and
m ireover, there Is no fund available for
such losses. The subject Is under consid
eration, however, and It Is hoped some
means be adopted by co-operation of Wash
Ington and Honolulu for adjusting the
Late Sugar Report
New York.Sept. 13. Sugar, Raw firm
fair refining, JUc; centrifugal, SG test,
5c; molasses sugar, ic. Refined Kirn
crushed, C.33ej powdered, 0.25c; granu
In tlic Circuit CouJt, First Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii
In Probate At Chamber.
In the m titer of tht Fstitt ol t. N, Hivdtn, ltt tl
Honolulu, Oihu, dcctattJ, InicttAtt, I'ciitlon hav
ing Neq filed ty Ttiomat H Lucas. crtJltorof
tal4 intttaierntnethat Utters of A dm in titration
upon aaid cttatt ra iituad to Mm aatd Thomas R,
Lucas, noilct It hirtby f Ivcn that FRIDAY, tnr tMh
Jay of Octottr, A. D. iook, at 10 o'clock a tn , In
tin Judiciary Bul'J'nr , Honolulu, Uahu, is appoln'ti
tht tlm and r'c for hearing taij petition wnen
and Mhert att persons concerned may appear and
fthow caute, If any hty have, why said Fitlt.on
should not It granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, September toth, 190c.
by the Court
JAMES A THOMPSON.
1641-!, 18 ,tt Cttrk.
AH person rasturlnj; horses In the
I'unahou pasture will be given until Sat
urday night remove the same.
TRUSTEES OAHU COLLEGE.
Ge A. R,
The eighteenth annual camp Are cf
Geo. W. De Long Post, No. 45, will bo
held at Imlepuulence Park on Satur
day, Sept. 22, 1900.
All sojourning comrades, veterans of
tho civil war, members ot Army and
Navy Union and Sons and Daughter cf
Veterans, aro cordially Invite J to be
V. U EATON, P. a,
Chairman Invitation Committee,
A Mass Convention of the
Democratic voters of the Isl
and of Oahu is hereby called
to meet at the DrilPShed on
Alonday Evening, September
24, 1900. at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of nominating legisla
tive candidates for the Island
of Oahu, and to elect delegates
to the Territorial Convention.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Hr aJJltlurul bhln log Newt seventh pet.
Weather Hurcau, Punahou, Septem
ber 21. Temperature Morning mini
mum, Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.01. Falling.
Dew Point GSR
Humidity nt 9 n. m. Cfi per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 21. Weather clear; wind fresh
Thursday, Sep'ember 20.
Schr Fannv Adele. Plltz. from Elfele.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Maul
and Hawaii ports.
stmr .viiKanaia, recersen, irom nukui-
haele; 5952 bags sugar for F. A. Schaefer
Stmr Walaleale. Green, from Anahola.
O. & O. S. S. Doric. Smith, from San
Thursday, September 20.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. (or Kapaa
Am bk Albert. Griffiths, for San Fran
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Hawaii. Nicholson, for Hakalau,
Honomu and Hllo at 4 p. m.
From Kukuihaele. per tmr Mlkahala.
Sept 2t Mls Aukal and I on deck.
i-rom Anaho a. cer stmr waialeaie. sent
21- G Woods, Masters Woods and 6 on
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Mauna Loa, Sept 21 A W Heydtmann,
wife and daughter, P McKlnnou, Mr Ka
martini. Mary Katnaklnl. Col S Norris,
Judge Walpullanl and wife, Miss Alary
Taplln, Miss Alice Trombly, J Ttlest, J
K White, R S Kelly and wife M L
Guerro and wife, J Kalatna, W W
Bruner, R E Maynard. Mrs H Mills, Geo
Mills, G P Kamauoha, J D Paris, J D
Paris Jr, Robbie Paris, Minnie Kanoho.
Ainle Kanoho. C Akau, C Towt, Mrs M
AUrlch. Mrs H N Rosa, Geo Clark, Dr
Watt, L Vasconsalves. Dr Shaw.W O
Aiken, Dong Young, J A Tuthlll, Geo
Hons, E Kalssr, C P GrlmwooJ, Mat
McCann and wife, John Hose, C Dudolt,
W Kalanlum! and 80 on ueck.
From San Francl'co, per O&OSS
Doric, Sept 21 Through for Yokohama:
Farnk Deardorf, Hampton Howell, Mrs G
H Prlchard, Miss M Klckards, Mr and
Mrs J M Women. H L Schiess. Miss E
Thornton. Dr K Watanabe. For Kobe:
.Mis J b Adams and 3 children, Krv L, r
Be nhelsel, Miss E M Howells Rev Geo
LecK, a.rs oeo Lecu, J Martin, Kev ( t
Sharp, Miss Ve'ma Si.ook, Rev A Ci Wei
bon. For Shanghai: MrardMrs H De
Gray and 2 children, Mrs W S Jackson,
Mr and Mrs Fr.nk Grove, child and ser
vant, W B O MlCdleton, Mr and Mrs J P
Roberts, Rev T B R von Anyer. For
Horgkorg: Mrs J H Ankrom, Mrs W D
Beach, Rev J Carrlngton, Mr and Mrs W
M Castle, Mr and Mrs A Hatschek, Rev L
C Hills, E C Howell, C H Osbome, W T
Osborne. Mrs M Osborne, Ow Tin Kee,
Mrs G G Palmer and child, Rev and Mrs
Robert Stewart. Mrs Lieut B H Wells and
Infant, Mrs Jefferson WouJe.
6CARB ON DORIC.
The whistle announcing the arrival oft
port of the Doric from San Francisco, blew
at about 10:4; o'clock this morning. The
quarantine launch with Dr. Amesse aboard
and the pilot boat with Ciptaln Lorenzen
went out shortly afterwards. The Custom
House officer and a representative of the
DULLETIN went out In the Union Express
Co.'s launch. Upon approaching the
steamer Captain Smith she uted from the
bridge through the megaphone: "Ynu can't
come aboard. The doctor has found a
When close to the Pacific Mall wharf an
anchor was dropped; then four lines were
put out and the steamer remained about
one hundred and fifty feet awav from the
Word was sent to Dr Carmlchael and
In a short time he was alongside In the
launch. As he got aboard the quarantine
flag was raised. About a half hour aboard
and he and Dr. Amesse came ashore. Short
ly after this the steamer was docked.
Dr Carmlchael explained to a BULLETIN
reporter that one of the engineers who had
not been ashore since the steamer was at
Yokohama, was d set vred by Dr. Amtsse
to have a well defined bubs. While the
latter knew that this was the result ot a
venerlal trouble he wished first to consult
with him about the matter.
Death of Two NotlvcH.
Tho Mauna Loa brought the news of
tho dentil nt Honunpo on Wednesday
last of N'onli Nalinla, an Hawaiian,
aged about 40. Deceased dropped dead
Just as ho was nllghtlng from the tram
near the landing. Heart disease was
the cause of death. Nahala had been
an employe of the Hutchinson planta
tion for about twenty years.
Hoopll, nn aged native, died of old
age at I'lumluu on Monday last. De
ceased was very well known In the Knu
and Konti districts.
Dnnce ut 8precl(elsvllle.
Walluku, Sept. 22. A very delightful
dance wns given nt Spreckelsvllle last
Saturday ovenlpn by the plantation
employes. Tho music was furnished ly
the Walhee alee Club. Trains woro
plated at the disposal of tho guests
from tho outlying districts.
Walluku, Sept. 22. Judgo and Mrs
J. V. Kalun It ft fol I.aliulna, j'nkuo,
.Mololtal, v!n Ilnlawn by tno steamer
I.ehun last. Thursday morning. Judge
Knliia will be back nt Walluku on Oc
tober 1st to hold court fur naturalizing
1. .jes'- -ar
,MJl. tn tilt tttumi vtll e tnttrtti r
f ttuj is, sm tnitthont y linn ru
tntltncnt; to ttnit ont urt. 40 rf'i iuw n.i,
nj to unit cm monlt. 7ll fl Iff tluttlt tjlf
Hunt txtr cfftrid tit f-topli $ Htntfulu,
The Fort Employment
err KINO STREET, 'Phoms Main j8.
Japanese with wife.
Jap to do tolterwofk,
wife for washing and
housemaid Man f i ityt
wife make about $j per
month dlt house to
Japanese boy or Chi
European Cook $60
month, board and room,
American boy as driver
commonworks Store toy
Japanese woman as
ttst class cook, Jj week
board and room.
Chinese family coo,
yard boy and stable boy,
throuRh our arency
will be received and
put Jn on our
nese, central servant,
take dire ot one horse.
Ij wtek, board and room
Japanese first cook $6
wre k, board and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first a ok, Iio per month
board and room
Jranese woman fpuse
maid and little wiihlne
Si. So wtek, board and
Jaranese yard boy. $i
week, board and room.
UbAV.fr. kid 1.
American toy, a rout u
years old as vlerk and
Saesman Cigar store, 1 4
MPKCIAL .NOT UK N.
Dr. Hudd.the dentist, ha
J resumed rractlce tn his office on Fort St.
TIUTJ. P. MEL1M.
shoemaker, has temoved his
I shop from Hote St.. to Lnhn St.. next itwr to
McDonald & Lanston, contract rs. i6lwt
NOTICE to Owner's Architect. & Builder's. E.
W Qvilnn of us Union St., Is prepared to fur
nish estimates on first clan modern plumbing' Pat
ron a ge so'lclted, P O Box i)-. i6iq-i m
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND I OR ALF. tjf
W' ANTED TO KENT-COTTAGE cHour ot R,
rooms, or prt o' house ( to 4 rims tntir
nlhi) ty f.mily of ttirc. r-mons. AJJrsss H. B.
tt If oic, t6)ttl
MANTI D Two tnvaiscts.
Locit wotk a ?o4
V comtntssldn torrclliMmn
AJJtcs, I'.J. H.'l
WANTED-BARBER it Soirmi's Shof. Otrtwum
Block. Gooi wigts f j.wi
WANTED-Exril.nctJ SALESIADV WANTED
t CACIFICJMPORT CO S itn-iw
.WANTED it one, two li! ol ttcjslne. Ai
' drtss for spfclal wotk imonrlilles. fotpt
tlcutlfsaliicts .Mrs H.ritiony. P. O ttJ.
WANTED-POSITION wnlej Vy in Engineer nl
.M.ctilnlil AJittss J. A. J, Bullttln Olttt,
iWANTED-WATCHESto rrrtir by ,lr ol 15
' yttr, .xptrlcnc,. G. DIET2, 417 Nuuinu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII tNGE lor cltan Cot
ton Rts. Atrplyal Bullttln OIBc. ijN-tl
EXPnHm.SCED DEWING GIRLS In drntm.klnr
deranmtnt Whltnty & Marsh. n6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
uystcrl servta n tha sntll only Try hit
lanous Ham and Ere Sandwiches and Coffa, Cor
Nuuinu and Hittl struts. DICK DALY, Proprietor
WEIL Eurnlthad rooms, with board. Salton
r HJUta. Ynunr Strret. naar Pllkot lotgmi
COR RENT Vtry drslraM, lurnlshad rooms, at
44 ucrttania strrtt. corner 01 runcnrowi.
TO LET-a NEW COrTAGESTi Lat at Pauoa
1 Apply at G. Schuman's. AUrchant St., bttn
rott ana AUKta. tsurtf
TO LET 4 nicely Ijrntthej rooms. Applv at 6iq,
Hotel street. iti.tt
COR RENT-OFFlCe. Apply to J.M.Monsarrat,
No. 10 Merchant street. ijtltl
FR SALE A FINE assortment ol palms and feina
Enquire ol .Mrs. Avh'ey, Thurslon aenut.
FOR SALE-A beautiful Meh trade vprliht PIANO
Must be sold a 'nee. No reasonable ffl r re
luied. Add ess J. W.lhu office, ttti-tl
FR SALE Birds that talk. A choice lot ol )oun;
trained and talking Parrots o.i lcw, lor sale at
Cathman & Nelson, Nuuanu street, two doors Irom
School street. tciBwt
COR SALE-A NICE MODEKK COTTAGE olth
Irult and shade trees. Corner Aaapunl and Do
minis streets. $1000 cash. Ilalance In easy lntall
menls. Apply next door toJ H Cummlwgs i6toll
FOR SALE-A COW For Sale; uit In milk. Tele
phonejt4t BLUE. ifiirwi
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS TOOLS FOR SALE
I CHtAR. no Miller street. t6jswi
FOR SALE $000. LeasehoM on Fort street, near
Kukul. 8 years to run. Ground rent only S55
rer annum. Aprlvto
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
36 Merchant St.
-OR SALE-LOTS In Palama near town. All slits
and prices. Apply to
LL1AM SAVIDGE & CO..
aou Merchant M.
SALE S1000. Leasehold en Ouetn 1'retf.
near Honolulu Iron Works, te ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO.,
soo Merchant slreet
FOR SLE-CiW 111 JeslraMe lK story dwelling
on Prospect sirett. teiween Alapal and Hackletd
streets: 6 rooms, larse lanal, fne slew, servant's
Juailera and staMe, For lurther particulars apply to
EAR, LANSING & CO. i6itl
COR SALE-Thls means I will sell a large stock ol
manna wicars at H.Tirei
Ner hundred I
Myrtle Clear More.
FOR SALE A pair ol Hack coach horses lorirerly
the propert) ol Wm. (j. Irwin, Ess. Apply tc
James Carty, American Stables. Merchant and Rich-
One Shetland PONY with crake and
I'llrelTj. rplyn. Cairptell. Pad
lie Transler Co., King street iCtett
FOR SALE Lots soxico In Nuuanu tract f jj down
J10 per month. J, H. Schnack, taj Merchant
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS siBa
LOST A small leather hand grip on steamship
China Corta ns letters and personal tftecs.
FI'der will r-e suitably rewarded ty reluming seme
toOahu Co'lege. itev-tl
Certlncate No liii clthe Pioneer Mill Co.
Ltd.. lur so shires, standlnir In the name ot Iter.
ha Mcer. has bten lost and transfers ate tlnrrrj
Holder Is requeue J to deliver the same at tie office ol
II llackteldt Co., Ltd.atoice.
II. A. 1SENBERG,
I OST Telescope Basket ol Clothes addressed Miss
L- Ida Horner. Noilly Bulletin i6)6.iw.
IOST a gold enameled pin monogram U. S., 06
". In crimson and gold. Finder please return to
this office and receive reward tl
FOUND, a receipt 'or Postal Savlnts Baik Botk,
No, 618 B Owner can uMaln same ty calling
at this office and payin lor this advertisement,
euro a hoad
ncho 10 teuta all tlrugaikta
I WAPEHS I
Fitted with any Tire,
E. O. HALL
King street, next to Bulletin Office
THE I X I
Has made another
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards. Tables, Chif
foniers, Chalrsi Rockers, Baby Carriages
Bureaust Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
00 - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co,
FortSt. Progress Block
Has Arrived ! !
AND WE SHOULD' BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CALL AND SEE THE NEW STYLES
Have you seen our BANDANA
SILK SCARFS for Ladies and
Gentlemen, at 25c?
500 ROLLS OF JAPANESE
MATTING in new carpet designs
best quality, We guarantee the
same full measure of 40 yds.
A larger assortment to se
lect from. ?
Our price$T.50 per roll.
Gear or SaJJIe.
& SON, Ltd.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALH
In All Paris ol tho City
Good paying, Lodging House right In
town, cheap rental.
Nice Home, complete, Punahou, good
view, only 54000,
House and Lot, lot 03.x too, good house,
Good building Lot, King street.
severaigood paving leatnous.
Small Cottage To Let, S12 53 per month
Corner King and Bethel streets.
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