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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900.
WHEN YOU WANT 0 Nice Horse, a Palp of Draft Horses, a Pair of Draft
Mules, Plantation Mules, and a Set of Fine harnessv
YOUR BUGGIB Repaired, sour Buggle Painted, your Harness Repaired, your
Horse Shod or a Fine Livery Ri. CaLL ON THE
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Coi IKZing aaa-d. So3.t3a. Streets
Jas. F. Morgan
-38 Queen Street
Under Instructions from Col. S. Norrl,
I will offer for Sale at Pusllc Auction it
my Salesroom, 3 Queen street, Hono
Monday, Oct. 1, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
that valuable proreerty known as the
KAHUKU RANCH In the district cf
Kau. Island or Hawaii. I
The property contains an area of over ,
18-t.O.iO a:res consisting, of valuable
t etches of Cane, Fruit, Wheat, Sheep
and Cattle Lands
The estate will be olJ as a whole Ith
ah Cittle, Ho-ses, Blacksmiths anJ Car
rente'' Shops and Tools and everything;
belonging to the Ranch.
Possession given Immediately.
be offered at
Upset Price of
Here Is a domain offering an excellent
opportunity for profit In an extensive Cat
tle Ranch, large areas for the cultivation of
Sjgar Cane, and unlimited land for divi
sion to settlers for Fruit and Grain Lands.
Fcr further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been duly ap
pointed Administratrix of the estate of
Daniel V. Roach, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
notice Is hereby given to all persons to
present their claims against the estate of
sild Daniel W. Roach duly authenticated,
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise,
to the undersigned, at her rtsldence, on
Hotel street, Honolulu, within six months
from the date hereof, or they will be for
ever barred. And all persons Indebted to
said estate are hereby requested to make
Immediate payment thereof to the under
signed. ANNIE ROACH,
Administratrix of the Estate of Daniel
W. Roach, deceased.
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1900. iCjo-st-o.a.w.
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the Ninth
Assessment of ten (10) per cent (52.00 per
share) levied on the Assessable Stock of
the McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due on
October ist, 1000, and will be delinquent
on October 15th, 1900.
Stockholders will please make prompt
tayment at the office cf Messrs. Theo. H.
avles & Co., Lti.
(Signed) F. M. SWANZY,
" . Treasurer.
Honolulu, 10th Sept. 1000. 1640U2
," Special Meeting
A meeting of Stockholders of the Hamoa
Plantation Co., will be held at the otfjee
of C. Brewer & Co., Queen street, Hono
lulu, on Thursday, the 37th Inst, at 0
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of author
izing the sale of sugar.
GEO. H. ROBERTSON,
DateJ Honolulu, Sept. 24, ioeo. 1O43-.it
Any persons having bills against the
PaclficClub to September 1, must present
the same to the treasurer at once with
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
i04V3t Treasurer Picl He Club.
Oaliu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of this Company will
be closed to transfers from Wednesday,
September 20, inoo, to Monday, October
1, 1900, Inclusive.
J. F. HACKrELD,
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of this Company will
be closed to transfers from Wednesday,
September 2O, 1000, to Monday, October
), .000, Inclusive.
II. A. ISENBERG,
1C42 'I tsasurer,
Snlc ot InvcHtmentH.
The late .Inmes DodiV bench reil
ilence brought the upset price of $CO0O
nl f I fririrnfi'a altn nt InVAatmnllll '
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It was bought by J. II. Collins find .To-1
teph Ilnrtman. A lot of la ml on the
IJwn side of the Catholic cemetery, '.H'x
100, waft sold to Sam. C. Allen for
C300. I., L. McCnmllesa bought two
pieces of rice land at Knlatino for $C00.
forty shares of Mutual Telephone
brought ?11 a share. Wnlmnnalo sold
for JHC n share and Honomti $10.
There have been many complaints of
late ngalnst smells at the flshmarl.et
that emanate from crates of chickens
that are to be found dally In n certain
locality. It Is understood that the man
In charge of the market has told the
people concerned of the nuisance but
that there has been no attempt at a
remedy. The proper authorities In the
matter can bo found at the Hoard of
Two Grent German Llnere.
New York, Sept. 15. A cable to th
I Sun from London says: The details
nave oeen announced 01 iwo munsisr
liners, which are being built for the
North German Lloyd, Knlser Wllhelm
II of 19,600 tons and 09,000 horse pow
er and Kron I'rlnz Wllhelm of 15,000
tons and 53,000 horse power.
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TVT U AI TYl-li A V
&" LJ-J J.
A regular meeting of KAMEHAMEHA
LODGE OF PERFECTION NO. 1, A.
A. S. R.. will beheld THIS (Thursday
EVENING at 7:30 o'clonk.
C. L. CRABBE, Secretary.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Paul Egrv wishes tu extend his sin
cere thanks to Mr. anJ Mrs. H. M. Mott
Smlti, Mrs. Annts Montague Turner and
Miss Castle for thtlr valuable assistance
In making his concert of last esenlng, an
artistic success. iG4G-it
All parties hiving bills against the re
publican territorial committee previous to
September 24, are requested to send the
sime Itemized to the headquarters of the
executive committee In the Elite building
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All Republican nominees for Senators
and Representatives of the Island of Oahu
are requested to meet the Executive Com
mittee in conterence at the Republican
Headouartei-s THIS EVENING at 7:o
By order of the Executive Commltttee.
1646 ti E.R.HENDRY, Secretary.
OFFICERS OF PRECINCT
Officers of all Precinct Clubare renuest-
ed to meet at the Republican Headquarters
for conference with the Executive Com
mittee on Important business, at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow evening. Friday.
oy ower 01 me executive committee.
l040-2t E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room I, cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
TELEPHONE .MAIN 391.
Dairy Telephone; Blue 3171.
iGafi-im A. B. DOAK, Manager.
10,000 ft. 1x6 T. &G. Flooring.
20,000 ft. 1x8 Rustic.
4,000 ft. 2x6 Planks.
3,000 t. 2x4 Scantlings.
7,000 ft. 1x4 T.&G. Flooring.
"" Old Fislimarket Wharf.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholding members of the PACIFIC
CLUb on MONDAY. October bth, at
7:30 p m., at the Club House, for the
purposes of amending the bv-laws. the
election of officers to fill vacancies, the
consideration 01 improvements to tne club
property, and the transaction 0' other
W. V. DIMOND,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, iqoo. iG45t3
Two Drafts 77a. 1454 and 1456, drawn
In favor of M. I". Vespra for 5103 75 and
S 75, by the SocleJade P. St. Antonio B.
Hawaii nave been lost. Payment on same
has been stopped. F. AVEIRO,
Socledade Port de Santo Antonio B. Haw all.
A meeting of the stockholJe-s of the
Oahu Sugar Company will be helj In the
room of the Chamber of Commerce at II
a, m. on Friday, Septe mbeMhe :8th. inso.
l045-2t President Oihu Sugar Co,
for flJJItlocu! Sh1p Injp New t levtruh rase,
Weather Bureau, t'unnhou, Septem
ber 27. Tcmperatuie MornlnK m'nl
mum, 75; Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer nt It n. m. 29.97. Steady.
Ilew Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 61 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 27. Wonthe cloudy; wind
A barkentlne Ig sighted off Diamond
Wednesday, September 2C.
Schr Golden Gate, Pahla, from Molokal.
Stmr Mokolll, Napeli, from Molok.11.
Thursday, September 27.
Stmt James Makee. Tullett, from Ka
paa; 400 bags rice for T. II, Davles & Co.
Stmr Noeau.Wyman, for Anahola, Hana
maulu and Ahuklnl.
C.-A. S. S. Mljwera, Hemming, for
Vancouver and Victoria.
Am. sh. Florence Ryder, for the Sound
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, for Makajvell,
at 5 p. m
tmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa,
at 3 p. m.
From Kauai ports, per stmr James Ma
kee, iert 27 -S E Wooliy, C C Bush, B
W Musser, R A Moss and 1 1 on deck.
For Vancouver Victoria, per C-A S S
Mlowera, Sept 26 -T S Kay, C B Dyke.
Mr and Mrs LyJgate, Mr and Mrs C P
liukea, L Twiner, II Packer, Mr an J Airs
Johnson, J W Macdonald. W B iStarkiy,
J Casper, Miss Clery, I" C Beulton, Fk B
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.
Kaeha, a native, nppenred In the Co
llie Court this morning on the charge
of assault with a Knife on his vlf
Knalenut by nnme. Tho woman showed
n scratch on her nrm that could not bo
Etui without tho closest scrutiny (not
n wound ns described by the Adcr
titer) and stnted that thin had been
done with the point of a Jack knife
(not a keen butcher knife from the
kitchen as Imagined by the Advertiser.)
Knheai was drunk nt the time and It
was on account of a quarrel that the
trouble arose. She was keeping a cou
ple of her nephews In tho house an 1
this was objected to by Knelin. He did
not chase her (as stated by the Adver
tiser) but made a lunge which might
have resulted seriously had It not been
for one of tho boys, who Jumped up
nnd caught the man's arm.
The assault took place Tuesday night
nnd the nrrest was made yesterday af
ternoon. Kaeha had no witnesses nnd.
refused to make a statement, so ho was
committed for trial to the next term ot
the Circuit Court, First Circuit.
BeetH Itenily top CruHhlnrt,
Snlinns, Sept. IG. The Spreckels .U'-
gar factory will soon commence Its
ninety days' twenty-four-hour-n-da1
run. Twenty carloads of beets, t!ie
first of the season, were received at th
Spreckels factory today. One battery
of boilers was fired up yesterday and
everything wit's found to work well.
Tho work of slicing beets will begin
the latter part ot next week.
Will RcHln lll Office.
New York, Sept. 17, A cable to .the
Sun from Brussels says: Baron von
Ketvclde, Secretnry of the Congo Free
State, Is nbout to resign his ofllce. It
Is repoited that his action Is partly duo
to the fact that h els disgusted with
recent scandals growing out of of thn
operations of commercial companies
that are exploiting the country.
HOME POR FINE ART8.
Boston, Sept. 18. Final arrange
ments huve been made for Boston's
new museum of flue arts. A two
mllllon dollar structure is to be erect
ed on a ten acre piece of ground, which
has been purchased in the Back Bay
fens. The committee having the un
dertaking' In charge intends to estab
lish a home fpr the nrt treasures ot
the city that almll be something ot a
hendfiuarters for public art exhibits
of tho United States as well, nnd th
contemplated cost of the new cdlflc it
not unlikely to be Increased consider
ably. There nro already within iho
confines of tho preterit Museum of Fluo
Arts In Copley srpiaro $10,000,000 woith
ot treasures, nnd tho moving of the
collection will ho a mammoth under
taking. In moving great bronzes,
statutes, vases and other effects many
novel nnd especially designed nppll
nnteb will be employed . The new
building will bo soon under way.
KEGISTRATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THE
DUTY OF EVERY RHPUULICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
!vjui'ffiVf'i"iiiriMri! E"Z to carry
HEiBACHE Loa hoa
J WAFERS Sohe
IV.'.,.,.,.,.'.,..,.,.,.V."S I0wut itll dmgBl.t.
lftEl ttntt tint one t nutrient iff ttntt tuo
intttnontt to tmt$ nt ttttn, 4a ttntt two tittti,
snJ flo ttntt onl month, Jbtt it tht tttafttt 4wr
Uttng tvtr tftfti tbt ftoptt cf Honolulu.
The Fort Employment
tu KINO STREET, 'Phone Mais 58,
Jpinei with wife,
Jip to Co bollerwork,
wlft for wishing and
hnuwiTutcl. Aim Ji Ji),
wlf make about f $ per
month. Give house to
Japanese tny or Chi
nese, central servant,
tike care of on hore.
$) week, board and room
Japanise first cook $6
week, board and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first crok. Jo per month
board and room
maid and little washing
J.jo week, board and
Japanese ard boy, fa
week, board and room.
American boy. about 14
years old as Clerk and
Sa'esman cigar store, J 4
European Cook SCo
month, board and room.
American boy as drher
common oiks. Store boy
Japanese woman at
Urst class cook, $3 week
board and room,
I Chinese family C00V,
yard boy ani stable boy.
" Complaints aialnst
through our agency
will be received and
put dtwn on our
;i'ECML NOT ICt -Dr. Iladd).the dtntlst. has
J resumed practice In his office on Fort St. i6)-im
THAT J. P, MELIM, shoemaker, has remoed his
shop from Hotel St., to Union St., next door to
Mcuonau lanMon, coiuact ts. iobw
NOTICE 1o Owner' Architects ft Builder's. E
W Qulnn of its Union St., Is prepared (o fur
nlsh estimites on first diss modern rtumtlne. Pat
ronice so kite J P. O. Box 15s. i6)tm
OTICE TO DUILDERS-Tht Union Express Co
nis wmiL 3Anu iajk anic inm
ANT ED-A HOUSEKEEPER .1 tlu W.lVlkl
llASTED al unci two llll.l of rlt.lln? ti
v drc.t for iptclil work. moncliil.t. Forrir
ucui.rf .aai.i. jut nirtronv v. kj j.
WANTED-WATCIIESto rf lr by j..ler cf ij
yt.rt cxr.rtencc. O. DIETZ, .17 Nuuinu St
HID PAPERS TO EXC1UNGE for cl.in Ccl
y ionRe, Arrr'y" H""''in owicc. 1 jvtt
EXPERIENCED SEWINO GIRLS In drMun.klng
- d.p.rlmrnl. .Whltnty & M.rih. 16
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
I Oyttrrt icrv.J n the ihtlf only Try h!
T.inoui rum ana cce sinaicn na i.on.t (.or
Nuu.nu nJ lllttl itrrtli. DICK DALY. I'roprltlor
TO LET-FURMSHED HOUSE on Voung St. te
I tween KeaumikJ and Pllk I s reets. Apply on
premises or telephone lti. 164 i-H
ELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sefton
House Younr Street, neir Hllkol i6y)mi
TOLET-i NEW COTTAGES To Lt at Pauoa.
1 Apply at G. Schuroan's, Merchant St., between
Fort in J Atikei. ti?l"JL
TO LET 4 nicely furnished rooms. Apply at C19,
- '0'j t't. litl.tf
FOR RENT-OrFICc. Apply to J. M.Monsarrat,
No, 10 Merchant street. tjiitf
FOR 5AIE-A beautiful hish tra4t uprlfiht PIANO
.Must be sold at nee. No reasonable ofltr re
futed. AJJ ess J W this office,
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE ulih
fruit ani shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets. $1000 cash, tlalance In easy Install
ments. Apply next door toJ. H.Cummlngs iCtgtf
FOR SALE Iv. Leaseho'J on Fort street, near
Kukul. 8ears to an. GrounJ rent only f$j
per annum. Applv to
VILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
6 Merchint St.
FOR SALE LOTS In Palama near town. All slie
and prices Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO.,
too Merchint St.
PR SALE $4000. Leasehold on Quten sreet,
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
, Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. St CO,
, to Merchint street
COR SLE-6aMxi)i desirable t story dwelling
n Prospect streit. beLtveen Atapi! ani Hackfeld
streets; 6 rooms, large lanal, fine view, ser ant's
fiuartrrs and stible. Fur further particulars apply to
jLAR, LANSING & CO. i6ntf
COR SALE This means I will sell a larCt stock ot
Manila Clears at U i per hundred.
Mrtle Cigar Store.
FOR SALE A pair of black coich horses formerly
the property of Wm.G, Irwin, Esj. Apply to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street. i6utf
FOR SALE One Shetland PONY with brake ani
harness. Price $- Apply H.Campbell. Pad
fie Transfer Co., King street. sCutf
COR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract $ down
io per month, J. H. Schnick, tsj Merchant
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J M VIVAS ni
LOST Sotitare diamond ring in the vicinity of the
Hawaiian Hotel, SunJav night, Sept t . I InJer
wilt please leave same at hotel office and receive suit
able reward. i ctf
LOST a gold enameled pin; monogram U.S., 06
tn crimson and gold. Finder please return to
this cfflce ind receive rewird tf
FOUND, a receipt for Postal Savlnrs Bank Dock,
No. 6i5B Owner can ob'aln same by calling
at this office ani raying for this advertisement.
OIXT XO JE3
FR. O Z EN
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
A Quarterly dividend Is due and made
payable to the stockholders ol Wllder's
Steamship Company on Friday, the 2MI1
The stockbooks of the company will be
closed to transfers from ' Tlursday,
September 27th, to Satufdav, September
lyth, both Inclusive. S. D. ROSE.
. . , Secretary.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1900, i045-3t
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LUflGH 00,
Old Wheels taken
ALSO SOLD ON
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
King street, next
m 1. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
batata total tor A
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
CoDstantly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. 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 large assortment to se
Our price, $7.50 per roll.
as Part Payment
to Bulletin Office
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
Bureaus Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
near Fire Station
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:j In M Paris ot the City tl
Lot WIIcovTract 60x123, only JtGoe.
Cottage To Let, four rooms only, $ij
House and Lot, lot qomoo, only 1 2700,
House and Lot, Punahou, ?400.
House and Lot, Maklkl.only3850.
Good leasehold, very cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
House and Lot, Kalulanl Tract, lot
100x100; good 6-.-oom house, only f 120c.
Corner King and Bethel streets.