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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1900.
Only a few left, 1899 Model,
WHEN YOU WANT a Nice Horse, a Palp of Draft Horses, a Pair of Draft
Mules, Plantation Mules, and a Set of Fine harness..
YOUR BUGGIB Repaired, our Bug&ie Painted, your Harness Repaired, your
Horse Shod or a Fine Livery Rig. CALL ON TIIEJC
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Coi SCing sind. Soiitli. Streets
Jas. F. Morgan SIMS IKE
iitti hi(t,nit Ne ee leventh pace
ifrgeVi. in flti so
ltiiKl (tmtt tee i
solum vtlt hi tnurttJ f
tmt tntttlioni tt tmtt two
11 88 Queen Str.e
intMhci; to ttntt cm tt, 3 ttntt hh uttkt,
ani on (tntt ewe month. Ibii n ttt tttaltit Jtf
Pitted with any Tire, Gear or Saddle.
BUT YACHTSMEN HAD
Hunt ttr cffirtd lit psoflt if Honolulu.
4 rf i
A SPLENDID TRIP
Over Fifty Fishermen to Frighten the
The Fort Employment
1 B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
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V 1 s
Under Instructions from Col. S. Norrls,
I will offt-r for Sale at Puollc Auction at
my Salesroom, 33 Queen street, Hono
Monday, Oct. 1, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
that valuable rromrty known as the
KAHUKU RANCH In the district of
Km, llanJ of Hawaii.
The pntperty contains an area of over
184,0:0 acres consisting of valuable
stUhs of Cane, Fruit, Wheat, Sheep
anJ Cattle Lands
The etatr will be olJ as a whole u Ith
all Cattle. Hrse, Bhclmiths anJ Car
penter' Shops anJ Tcoisand everything
belonging to the Ranch.
Possession given Immediately.
be offered at
of $200 000!
Here Is a domain offering an excellent
orrortunltv for Droit In an extensive Cat'
tie Ranch, large areas for the cultivation of
Sugar Cane, and unlimited land for divi
sion to settlers for Fruit and Grain Lands.
For further particulars apply to
A Mass Convention of the
Democratic voters of tne Isl
and of Oahu is hereby called
to meet at the Drill Shed on
Monday 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,
HAWAIIAN ELECTWCCO., LTD.
The following Assessments have been
levied upon the Assessable Stock of this
Company as to become due and payable at
the office of tne Hawaiian Trust & Invest
ment Co., Ltd.:
SECOND Aseisment of 25 per cent
October i, 1900.
THIRD Assessment of 25 per ttnt Nov
ember 1. iqoo,
FOURTH and FINAL Assessment Dec
ember 1, 1000.
Dated, Honolulu, Sept. 12, iqoo.
G. R. CARTER,
Treasurer of the Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, Ltd. I534W2
Corrugated Iron, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Window Frames, and
all kinds of Building Material
for sale, in lots to suit, cheap.
0"Enquire at the Arlington
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlfinon "
.-? Beretanla streets Tel. iiij. iG27-tf
Game Away Yachting Breeze
of Sunday improved by
The much talked of sharking trip of
Honolulu nchtB to I'cnrl Harbor v.ns n
great jnchtlng success nnd an equal
shark failure. Uy C o'clock Saturday
night nearly eery Honolulu jncht ex
cept the llonnlc Dundee was unchorcl
off the shark pen at I'uuloa. There
were fully fifty fishermen In the assem
blage, and It was demonstrated thut
too many fishermen can spoil the flsli
Inw w Itli as much ease at cooks spoil
the broth. Fred Whitney sailed the
Helcne, Clarence Macfarlane the La
l'aloma, I'rlnce Dald the Vl-Ke, L. A.
Thurston the Hawaii, T. W. Hobron the
Dewey, Oscar White the Eva, C. U.
Gray the Marlon, 11. M. Dow the Au
ble M. nml Jack Atkinson commanded
the launch of the Young boys that came
putting along about dusk.
As n preliminary shark bait some of
the boys on the Helcne went In swim
ming nml being fortunate enough to
scare up a few the boys plied on
board I'rlnce David's Vl-Ke nnd went
home to dinner In relays. After the
lines were put out Jack Atkinson In
eomniand of the tramps who wanted
something to eat and Arthur Wilder,
captain of the land shnrks boarded the
launch and mnde a tour of tho jnchU.
Atkinson's men got two meals on eery
juiht nnd Wllder's men wero court
martialed on the charge of carrying
loaded dice. It was long after the La
IMIoma's gun had boomed the mid
night hour that quiet reigned and the
tleelng sharks had an opporeuntty to
retoer from wondering what had
strucsk their quiet haunts. The hooks
remained unmolested except for a crno
that attached Itself to the Eva's Iiook
Just ,to show that there was one of the
fishy tribe that refused to be frlghtene I
The Abble M. celebrated by running
aground and was consequently the only
one In the lot that passed n quiet night.
The boys were all up bright and eaily
Sunday morning. About 10 o'clock the
jnchts began to scatter. Quite a party
cruised up the harbor locks while oth
ers struck out to sea where a spanking
sailing breeze was blowing. The whole
party wos anchored off the boat houses
by 3 o'clock. The boys hod lots of
fun, which was perhaps what the ma
jority went out for.
Anv persons having bills against the
Pacific Club to September t, must present
the same to the treasurer at once with
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
iC4323t Treasurer Pacific Club.
A meeting of Stockholders of the Hamoa
Plantation Co., will be held at the office
of C. Brewer St Co., Queen street, Hono
ulu. .on Thursday, the 27th lnt. at n
o'clock a. m , for the purpose of author
izing ine saie 01 sugar.
GEO. H. ROBERTSON,
... . . Treasurer.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 24. iqco. rtUiMt
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPIlWAl k. tl. P. IIN'nFUAKM Cimm
TnTnltoryotHili Tothtllieh Slitrlff of Hit
Territory of Htwtii or Ms L)tputy Un Sheriff ul Hit
It -J of KJ4. or hi Deputy, or tny Cuntutle In
Ih Ttrrllory of Itavall:
You a 1 comntnltl 13 lummon E LINPEMANN
df'njir,t In ct (it itull tilt rlllti ANSVvtR
WITHIN TV. EOT V UA S titer tervlct hero f to ri
tni trptr betcrt iht ttM Circuit G url tt the Sep
tmter Term thereof, to be holden tt Llhue, ItltnJ of
Ktutl on WEDNtSDAY. tht jtri dty cl Sertemt-er
next, tt to o clock t m.. to thiw ctu why the
cltlm of Kttpu.tl k, pltittlff fchoulj not tt twtrdel
to mm purtutnt to tne tenir or nit tnnteea petition
Am httouirientriert thll Writ with tull.rt urn of
your proceJInt;t thereon
l'i.f..a lln ll.nk II...K tills, r.1 t IwnAt
Coir ct the Filth Circuit tillhut. thti oth day of
(Sl2r.e.l HAKUYD. WISHARD
I hcrtbv certify the iorteinc to re true and ciact
copy ot tfit orlcutl lummuni in said cause nJ that
tau i.oun orjtrta rurncauon ni ine Mine ana
(onttnuirci ul fili ci uitil the ntxt March 1901,
term uf this Coirt
Date Llhut, brtcmwert(lh. tgeo
HARRY D WISHARD
164 )m) Cltrk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
PRANK LOUIS vs MAR! A GLORIA COSTINA
T tie Rctutllc of Hmill To ft Manhat of the
H viHn UlanJt, or hit Dput, Grrinr.
Youarecomrnandel to iutnmon MARTA GLORIA
COSTINA. deferdart Incite ihe thall fVe written
ANSWER, ITHIN TWENTY HAYS fttr service
htrtof, to t and arrr tefcre the i Clrcu't
Court at ttie SeHemtvr Trm thereof, to b holdtn a
Llhue. Mini of Kami, on WEDNESDAY,, the jth
da of Sp emt-er rext at too clock a m., to know
cau avhy the claim ot Frank Louis, rtalntlff thojid
nor fre awirded to him purmant lo the Ur.tr of h!
anneied Libel for D v rce. And hie ju then ihwe
thl Writ with fall itturnof jourproceiJIncithtreon
Witi. Hot- J Hardy Juice of the Circuit Court
nf tht Fifth Circuit, at Llhu Kaual. thli nth day cf
HARRY D WISHARD.
I hereby certify the fun col ni to be a true and eiact
iory of the crll'ial mmmuns In aid cauteand that
tali Court ordered puHlcalkn of 'he tarre and a
cont nuance of said vauveunti the next M.rch ivot
term f thl Court
Dated Lhue, Kaual Sertemter atth iycc
HARRY U WISHRD
164 im j Cterk.
p. m T.m
1 !t 9 J'
l'lrst quarter of the Moon on Oct. 1st
at 10:41 a. m.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Septem
ber 24. Temperature; Morning mini
mum, 72; Midday maximum, 63.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 29.93. Falling.
Dew Point C9 F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 24. Weather hazy; wind light
Sunday. September 23.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Rlnder, from
China and Japan.
Stmr Claudlne. Parker, from Maul norts.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Ka-
Monday, September 24.
Am. schr. Aloha. Frve.from Lavsan 1st
Mondav. Sertember is.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Lahalna,
Honokaa and Kukulhaele.
O. i: O. S. S. Coptic, Rlnder, for San
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokai ports
ai 5 p. m.
Stmr Kaual, Bruhn, for Eleele and Ma'
Unwell and Nllhau. at c d. m.
Stmr Hawaii, for Hakalau, Honomu and
IIIIo at 1 c. m.
Stmr Jimss Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
ai 4 P. m.
TO sail To&ionnow.
Stmr lnau, Clarke, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 m.
S!mr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports at
5 p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koloa ports at 5 p. m,
StmrW. G.Hall, Thompson, for Na
willulll at 1 r. m.
Schr Blanche and Ella, for llanatel and
Kallhlwal at 5 p. m.
Schr Walalua, Welsbarth, for Hanalel
and Kallhlwal at 5 p. m.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Lahal
na. Maalaea. Kona and Kau at 10 at m.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
Nona ports at 12 m.
From China and Japan, per O & O S S
Coptic, Sept 21 For Honolulu-Mrs C W
van reuen ana s Yosniye.
k-Am lnitil m. n . til f! lfntl
iviu naudi iis. ,1 sum ef u nan.
Sept 25 Paul R lienberK, J Lane, J J
Lewis, AMss Kate Christian, T E Mllle-,
Master Wlnam, Miss Akanlhou, Miss Jane
Miller, Lydla Miller, C Wlnam, Klku
shlfse. J Llchtlc W E Devereux, J Nevln,
a uiajeu, n a Jiecer, t- vveoer. (Nana
marra. Miss Vtarv Ch.trman. Mrs F J Mil
ler, Mrs C E Miller, O S Williams, Mrs
De La Versne, L Walsh, S K Kaeo, J
Go dsteln, Fred Innes, W E Holllnsead,
M ss M Kellner, Henry Blake, S Lesser
u wisnam miss tmma unnstian and hi
Cfnm Xftitt nntit nt 0 mr Plajii.ltnt.
JVIII tOUUI I'UIIS ll 3 (III rftUUUIIICt
Sept 23-W J Lowrle, H P BaldwIn.CW
Dickey, wife and child, FTP Water
house, wife, child and nurse. Miss Llna
sty, H Howell, J N S Williams, W D
Howell. J K Josepa, W H Field, C P
Faulkner. W B Starkey, F C Shirley,
Mrs L Ekela and child, Prof Koebefe,
Capt J H Banbury, B D Baldwin, Miss
Keaweholl, Mls L Joshua, Mrs A Enos,
Mrs rupuhl, Wss L Pupuhl. Kev E M
Hanuna and Ife. W P Hala, J K Hanuna,
Awana. M H Reuter. Akanallllll. C H
Dickey, Sing You, Miss Clara Kaul, Miss
L Alona, A A Waimer, E C Worden,
M feteon, A I- I avares, J Kaluna, w
II L'ln DM nl.1...nt.,n- D U Ul .A,4
W L Decoto. R A Wadsworth and wife, C
Kilmer. Mrs Hanneberg, E P Mable and 39
For San Francisco, otr bk S C Allen.
Sept 22-W J Swlndall, Mr Morrlsen, A
K Derby. J F Sorenson, A M Wither
spoon, F E Spencer, W E Randall.
Rev. Tanlguchl spoke before a large
audience of Japanese and Young Hawaii
an) In KawaUhao at the meeting of Y. P.
S. C. E. of that church last evening. His
remarks were translated by James Ha1
Mr. Tanlguchl dwelt particularly on the
christianizing of Japan and stated that
there were now working In the land of
the Mlka Jo. twenty-five Japanese gr.idu
atts of theological seminaries In England
and America. Their work Is principally
contmeJ to Kobe, Nagasaki and Yokoha
ma, although recently some of these
christian workers had gone Into the north
ern provinces of Japan, known as Hokal
do, where Christianity haJ never been
Mr. Tanlguchl stated thit, In even these
provinces, Japarese were flocking to the
banner of Christ and that It would not be
long before Japan would be a Christian
The American schooner Aloha, Frye
mas'tr, ar'led In port this morning with
a cargo of 300 ton of fertilizer from
Laysan Ishnd f r H. Hackfeld & Co. The
ten Japanese taken down were left there.
Frye reports everything quiet on the Isl
and. More fertilizer w. is not brought on
accou it of the few laborers, on the Island.
ef KING STREET. 'Phone Main jl
Jaeanti t(h wtf
European Cook $Ao
month, board and room.
American boyas driver
Jap to do bollerwork,
wife for wathlnr and
hou&emald Man $i day,
wire mane a coin t r-er
month. Give house to
Japanese boy or Chi
rtese, general servant,
take care of one horse.
$) week, board and room
Japanese first cook $6
week, board and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first c ok, f to per month
board and room
Japanese woman route
maid and little washing
Ji 50 wiek, board and
Japanese yard boy, fa
week, board a ad room.
Asmlcanboyt about 14
years old at Oerk and
5aesmanclcr store, f 4
brlck1aeri, I urn IVr works
commonworki. Store boy
Japanese woman as
first class cook, $5 week
roar j ana room,
Chinese family cooV,
yard toy and stable boy,
through our agency
win t receive.! ana
put dvn on our
SPECIAL NOTICE-Dr. Mod ay. the drtlst, hat
resumed practice In hit office on Fort St. i6)t-im
THAT J. P. MELIM. shoemaker, has removed his
shop from Hotel St., to Union St , next door to
McDonald & Lanslon, contract rs t6)8wi
OTICE to Owner's Architects ft Builder's. E.
W. Oulnn of n Union St . Is rrerared to fur
nlih estimates on first class modern plumbing. Pat
roeage to'lclted. P O Boi ta. i6)im
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Eipress Co
nai wnuc awrtu rJH awic. H4m'
WANTED Two .anvassers. Local work a good
commission for reliable men. Address P. J R.
11 AN TED at once two ladles of pleasing ad
y dress for special work amonr ladles. For par
ncuiars aaareis wrs narmony. rt u )to
ANTED-POSITION wtnttJ by tn Entlnm nl
Mtcninm Aa are it j. a. j, uutittin umct.
1ANTED-WATCHES lo rtrtlr by ttltr of 11
vv yetrt txrtrlrnct. G. DIETZ. 417 Nuuttu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for cltin Cut
too kigi AprP'y " Ballrtln Ottct. I sf)-tt
CXPErFeNCED "JEWINO GIRLS la drt.lm.lilni
dertrtmtnl. Wbltnty & Mtrth. ij66
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM --
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
iirooui nam ana egg aanawicnei ana 1,0 nee wor
Nuuanu and Httel streets. DICK DALY. Proprietor
TO LET FURNISHED HOUSE on Youn St. be
tween Keaumakij and Pllksl t'reets. Apply on
premises or Teiepnone mt, it4iu
WEIL Furnished rooms, with board.
Houe. Younr Street near Pllkol
Atntv at G. Schuman't. Merchant St.. between
ron ana Aiaaea. iS9ln
TO LET- 4 nicely furnished rooms. Apply at 19,
Hotel street. tftet-tf
FOR RENT-OFFICc. Apply to J. M. Moniarr.t,
No. 10 Merchant street ijtltf
PR SALE-A Nautlful high grade upright PIANO
Must be sold at rnce. No reasonable offr re
futed. Add ess J. W. this office
COR SALE Birds that talk A choice lot of oung
trained anJ talking Parrots on view, tor sale at
Cathman Ac Nelson, Nuuanu street, two doors from
Mnooi street towi
COR SALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
fruit and shade trees. Corner Aoapunl and Do
minis streets. Itooocash balance In easy Install
ments Apply next door toJ.H Cummlngs i6otf
PR SALE-A COW For Sale; just In milk. Tele
phone 141 BLUE. i6)twi
FOR SALE $000. Leaseho'd on Fort street, near
K'ukul. 8 years to run. Ground rent only f$j
per annum, irrivio
ILLIAM SAVIDGE A CO..
k6 Merchant St.
COP SALE LOTS In Palama near town All sites
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO .
u6 Merchant St.
COR SALE J4000 Leatchotd on Queen treat.
near Honolulu iron works 14 years to run
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
to6 Merchant street
PR SLE 6iWxiji desirable K story dwelling
on Pro ted stret. between Alana! and Hackfeld
ttrets. o rooms, large lanal, fine view, servant t
Juaners ana siaeie. ror runner rarucuiart app y 10
JEAR, LANSING & CO. i6Mt
COR SALE This means I Hill sell a large stock of
Vienna cigars ai 14 1 per nunareJ
T.J FMI I PATRICK, Mrtle Cigar Store,
FOR SALE Apatrof black coach horses formerly
ihe property of Wm.Q Irwin, Esq. Apply tc
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street i6?4tf
COR SALE-Ont Shetland PONY wttb brake and
narness. rrice ?$. nppiy n. uampten. raci
flC Transfer Co., King street icutf
PR SALE Lots joxiqo In Nuuanu tract s down
io per month. J. H. Schoack, saj Merchant
:OR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
LI IT. By J. M. VIVAb V tU
LOST a gold enameled p'n, monogram U S. 96
In crimvon and gold. Finder please return to
init timet anj receive rewaro it
COUND. r.ctlrt lorl'oittl Stvlnn Bilk Beck.
1 No. 6t8 U Owner ctn oblttn ttmt by ctlllnf
tt init onict tnj ptyinf tor init tavttlltemnt.
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stockbook of this Company will
be closed to transfers from Wednesdnv.
September 29, 1900, to Monday, October
1, 1000, inclusive.
J. F. HACKFELD,
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of tills Company will
be closed to transfers from Wednesday.
September 26, iqoo, to Monday, October
1, 1900, inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
The followlnR resolution was passed
unanimously at meeting of the Executive
" That It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Committees
Iue the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur in sau uisinci uommiuee.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. V. HENDHY.
-King street, next
THF I V I
j 1 7V jU
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
PROOF SAFES 5-
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
- On - Band
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Block
Has Arrived ! !
AND WE SHQULD BE PLEASED TO.HA.VE
' YOU CAtL 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 large assortment to se
Our price, $7.50 per roll.
to Bulletin Office-
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In All ParU ol the City it
Good paying, Lodging House right In
town, cheap rental.
Nice Rome, complete, Punahou, good
view, only l4ooo.
House and Lot, lot 90x100, good house,
Good building Lot, King street.
Several good paving leaseholds.
Small Cottage To Let, u 50 per month
Comer King and Bethel streets.
amra, -,v a t-
4)ty'""&'i,MiP"iak 0$fo j'.
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