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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1900.
WHEN YOU WANT a Nice Horse, a Pain of Draft Horses, a Pair of Draft
Mules, Plantation Mules, and a Set of Fine harness.
BICYCLES . . .
YOUR BUGGIE Repaired, your Buggle Painted, your Harness Repaired, your
Horse Shod or a Fine Livery Kig. all un rnc
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
Cor 2Cin.er aaad. Soin-tla. Streets.
The Grand Prix
The Diploma I Honor
Mistiest poINe a ud )
U AS WON UY
The Smith Premier
X-X Sr JHWJSMHv'J Y8 X-i
. ""WanMSr.laralT-,fc '
Jas. F. MorganlJude Wicox As
AUCTION EBR AND
11 S3 Queen Street
ttn t lnfttn'Tlr.nf frim Cr C Viirrfe
I will offer fo- Sale at Puallc Auction at
my Salesroom, 35 Queen street, Hono
Monday, Oct. 1, IOOO,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M10N.
that valuable prnoeerty known as the
KAHUKU RANCH In the district of
Kau. Island of Hawaii.
The property contains an area of over
18-4. 00 acres consisting of valuable
st 'etches of Cane, Fruit, wheat, Sheep
and Cattle Land.
The estate will be sold as a whole with
all Cattle, Horses, Blacksmiths and Car
renter' Shops and Tools and everything
telonglnK to the Ranch.
Possession given Immediately.
be offered at
Upset Price of
Here Is a domain offering an excellent
CFportunlty for profit In an extensive Cat
tle Ranch, large areas for the cultivation of
SjgarCane, and unlimited land for divi
sion to settlers for Fruit and Grain Lands.
Fcr further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OFFICERS OF PRECINCT
Officers of all Precinct Clubs are request
ed to meet at the Republican HeaJquarters
for conference with the Executive Com
mittee on Important business, at 7:30
0 ciock tomorrow evening, rnuay.
By order of the Executive Committee,
iCL)0-2t E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All parties having bills against the re
publican territorial committee previous to
September 34, are requested to send the
si mt ItemUed to the headquarters of the
executive committee In the Elite building
E. R. HENDRY, Secretarv.
On liu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of this ComDanv will
be closed to transfers from WedresJav.
September 20, 1000, to Monday, October
1, inoo, Inclusive.
J. F. HACKFELD,
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of this Company will
be closed to transfers from Wednesday.
September 2fj, .low, to Monday, October
1, J930, inclusive.
H. A. 1SENBERG,
1IIIS award made by an Internttlonal Jury of twenty-fise rnemlera wat
at a ratln? nnpolntt, Higher ttnn iny of the other twinty typewriters
In omiretttlon and luotlnj (ruin the jury s report was given for Rineral
superiority ol construction and efficiency at the hlehet rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
jracu N Y,U S.A.
I Tltc Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
Mr Hermann Mletli who Is an experience..
writer repairer, na taken ium tnarire 0,1
brancho the bulne We arc reaJ to
VC gle ouotattons on Smith Primler machines
or estimates on reralruork on any class ol
fU t)rwrller Work !utl cuaranteeJ
Seconi'hani machines lateen in ex-
.t I'll.! net
?s r Stock ( No t ani No 4 machine
; constant? en lianJ ani gem-rat supp"
C. W. Macfarlanc,
Align ui reaie
The case of David Aea, a native
printer, charged with desertlnts Ins
wife, was called before Judge Wilcox
In tlto Police Court thin forenoon.
Defendant plemled guilty nntl then
slntfd that the reason for his desertion
of his wlfo could he found In some
trouble they had about n month at;o.
Thereupon, he accused Ills wife of be
ing unfaithful. He had made n vow
ncser to lhe with tlio woman again
nml ho was very much nfrnlil that If ho
broke this vow, ho would come to grief
In nil manner of ways.
Mrs. Aea was then called tip. Sits
raid that the man In the question had
been Invited to the house by her own
husband and that the latter ejected her
from the house because he believed her
unfaithful. Ho had no cause whatever
for she had done nothing.
On being sharply questioned by the
Judge, Aea stated that, after his wlf"
,had been away from the house n couple
of weeks, ho found 110 had to have
someone to cook his meals for him.
He Invited a young womnn to the
house and she had been there since.
This admission having been gained.
the woman said that she had been re
ceiving the man In the Question nt her
new place Just to get even with !kt
husband. Judge Wilcox said some
thing nbout "Pot calling the kettle
black" nnd then tried to effect n recon
ciliation hut found this Impossible.
The woman Iinil nothing to say and
Aea kept referring to his oath and
what might happen to htm should he
break It. Judgo Wilcox stated lh.it
there were a great many ways known
to kahunas by which a native could
get around his vows hut Aea would
not budge from his position. If ho
broke his vow nnd went Into tho water
n shnrk might get him. If he went tn'o
the mountains, a rock might roll down
on him. Judge Wilcox added that I!
he broke his vow, the printing press at
the scene of his labors, might catch his
The case being a very difficult one to
solve, was taken under advisement un
til Monday morning. Aea was allowed
to go out on his own recognizance.
nnoiSTnATiox noi.Ls Ann now
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THE
DUTY OF EVCIIY ItBPUBLICAN TO
nnaiSTEit at once
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholding members of the PACIFIC
CLUB on MONDAY, October 8th, at
7:30 p m., at the Club House, for the
purpoies of amending the bylaws, the
election of officers to fill vacancies, the
consideration of Improvements to the club
property, and the transaction 0' other
W. W. DIMOND,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1000. 164513
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room 1, cor
ner ,Merchant and Alakea streets.
TELITIIONE .MAIN 391.
Dairy Telephone; Hlue 3171.
i04j-im A. B. DOAK, Manager.
f :r, o z en
IN CANS, AT Till:
BEAVER LUflCH rOOI$,
H . J. NOLTi:, Proprietor.
f-or additional Shipping Newt see seventh page.
Weather Iltircatl, I'unaliou, Septem
ber 28. Tempernttitt Morning mini
mum TO; Midday maximum, S3.
Daromeler nt 9 a. .111.. 2'J.SO. 1'allltu.
Rainfall .12. ,A
Dew Point C7F "
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 63 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 28. Weather clear; wind fresh
Thursday, September 27.
Am. bkt. Skagit, Robinson, 18 days
from Port Gamble.
Friday, September 28.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, from Kukui
haelc. Am, sp. Fort George, Morse, from Oys
ter narocr, a. ., 3050 ions coat to 1. 1. j.
Thursday, September 27.
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, for Makawell.
Stmr James Mikee, Tullett.for Kapaa.
Am. sh. John F. Currier. Murthison. in
ballast for the Sound.
Friday, September 28.
U. S. A.T. Thomas. Buford. for Manila.
via Nagasaki and Taku.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Gas sclir. Eclipse, Gahan, for Lahalna,
Klhel, Makena and all Kona ports at 5 p.
DEPARTURE 01- THOMAS.
The Thomas was to have got away for
Manila at 11 m sharp toJay but she did
not get away until close upon 2 o'clock.
At the very last moment It was found
that quite a number of the men were
missing and a provost guird, In command
of a lieutenant, was sent out to make a
search. The guard returned without any
one and the presumption Is that the miss
ing men are In hiding here.
As the provost guard was making the
rounds this morning, several soldiers were
S!(ii dodging around corners. It may be
that these men are among the missing and
again, It may be that they went back to
the transport 0' their own accorJ, not
wishing to be escorted thither by the
The decks of the transport presented a
gay scene previous to departure. The
ladles were decorated with lets and many
friends on the Navy dock waving them
!vjniiViViViintitrViI E21 to carry
; MAGIC : E-woy to
"s'HmS curo a hoad"
. WArtHS ache
57.,.I.I"."IU,,I,,N; 10nta nil ilrairirM.1
There will be a meeting of the HONO
LULU DRIVING ASSOCIATION at the
Hawaiian Hotel THIS EVENING at
7:30 o'clock. 164711
Bids for the concrete foundations for the
Alexander Youne buildings will be receiv
ed at the office of the von Hamm-Young
(o., Ltd., ljueen street, up to noon on
Tuesday, Oct. 2d, 1000. Plans and speci
fications to be een at the offi:eof The von
Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
By order, ALEXANDAR YOUNG.
Sept. 28, lyoo. lC47-td
A NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the Lndcrsljrntd has
been appointed AamlnUtrator of the Estate of Ldward
V. Lttt. lata or Honolulu, deceased All rersons
halne claims against the Estate of the said Edward
V. Kerett aieheieby notified to present their cUlms
to IIMam II. Hooks at the office of Hustace & Co ,
en Queen street, Honolulu, ball claims to be duty
authenticated and with the prorvr vouchers even
though the said cla'm b secured by tnortcatr upon
real estate baldclaln a muttbt presented within six
monhsfrom the first publication of this notice r
within six months from the time thly fall due or they
shall be forter barreJ
WILLIAM H. HOOdS.
Administrator of the Estate of Edward V Eerett,
In Its New Quarters on Hotel St
UNDER THl: MANAGEMENT
T. A. SIMPSON
late of the ckitlkion
VERBUM SAPIENT! SUFFICIT
A Quarterly dividend Is due and made
payable to the btockholders of Wllder's
bteamsnlp company on rnuay, me 20m
The stockbooks of the company will be
Josed to transfers from Thursday,
September 27th, to Saturday, September
2QU1, DOtn inclusive. a. o. nu,
Honolulu, Sept. 26, 1900. i045'3t
WS'. ' 'en column mil ei intitttJ i
RCKji ants a tint on. tffirrrien; af ecali tu-c
tnuttteni; to tntl one uJt, 40 ttnti ttto unit,
tnj co ctnti oe monii. jrt, if tee ittartH taur
rinnt tr offtriJ re. pttplt if Hcntlulu,
The Fort Employment
.1) KINO STREET, Phone Main si.
Japanese with wife
Jap to do to I ler work,
wife for ali1ne and
hoiwmatj. Man Si Ja,
wife make about I15 rer
mr.rth dive house to
LI vine Country
Japanese toy or Chi
nve, central ttrvant,
take care of one hore.
ft week, board and room
Japanese firt cook $6
week, board and room.
Jipanese or Chlneie
first 0 ok, Ito per month
board and room
J ranese woman h-use
European Cook SCq
month, board and room,
American boyas drler
com ironworks Store boy
Japanese woman as
tirst class cook, ;$wttk
Chine family cook,
yard boy and stable boy.
malJ and little washing
Jj ,o wtek, board ani
Japanese yard boy. $1
utk, board and room,
American boyabout 14
ears old at clerk and
5a etman clear store, J 4
through our agency
win re riciivej anj
rut dwn on our
CPECIAL NOTICE-Dr. ffjddy.the dentist, has
3 resumed rractlce In his office on Fort St. t68-im
AT J P. MELIM. shoemaker, has remoed his
shoo from Hotel St.. to Union St.. next d( r to
McDonald St Lanston, contract rs t6)8wa
NOTICE fa Oner's Architects 8c Builder's. E.
W Qulnn of nj Union St , Is prepare J to fur
rlth estimates on first class modern plumbing- Pit
ronage so'lclteJ P O. Uox iji. ifc)im
OT1CE TO flUILDFRS-Th Union Express Co
mi nunc annu ijk sale, i4'u
WASTE D-A YOUNG LADY at Cathlir. Pa
clfi: Import Co. i(nu
WANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Walblhl
1ANTED at one. two ladles of pleating ai-
drest (or tptclal work amonelaJIct For par
ticular! ailratt Mr. Harmony P. O j.i.
WANTED-WATCHESto r.ralr by ..l,r o( n
fartexp.rlncc. U DIETZ, at? Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE lor clean Cot
Ion Ragt Appply at llullHIn Offic. ijfo.il
EXPERICN'CED SEWING GIRLS In dreumaltlng
dfparlment Whitney ftt Marth ,;(6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oyttert tervej n th. thell only Try hit
lamout nam ana egg aanjwicnet ana ione. lor
Nuuanu and Iblel ttreett. DICK DALY, Proprietor
"TO LET-FL'RNISHED'ilOtJsTon'oung'st. t
1 tween Keeaum ku and Pllkal t reett. Arply on
premltet or tel.phone o8r. 1641. tt
VlELL Furnlthel ro
with board. Selton
Hou. Younr Street, near IMIkol
TO LET 4 nicely lurnlttied roomt. Apply at 19,
Hotel ttreet. rfn-tt
FOR RENT-OrriCt. ApplytoJ.M.Montarrat,
No. ,g Merchant ttreet Ijiltl
FOR SALE An upright PIANO In cool condition
Standard make for $i,o.to. For further partlcu
lart addren W. II lhl office. 1011 If
FOR SALE-A beautiful high grade upright PIANO
Must b. told at rncc. No reatonable cff.r r
luted. Add est J. W thlt office. i6).lt
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE lth
I fruit and thadc trect. Corner Arapunl and Do
minis street! jiooocath. Hatancc In ea Install
mentt Apply next door toj. H.Cummlngt Iteqtt
FOR SALE ftjto. Leaseho'don Fort street, near
L'iiLmiI fit. ait rt run. faffinnl ront iMtlu tfi
per annum Aprlvto
ILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
at U. ..- Co
:OR SALE LOTS In Palama near town All tlies
and prices. Arply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO
to6 .Merchant St
PR SALE ?4ooo Leasehold on Queen s reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works tj ears to run.
SplendU Warehouse Location.
Apply 10 YtlLLIAM 3AVIU1JC. V.J .
06 Merchant street
;0H SLE-(jWxiji Jeslrable ij story dwelllne
on Prosoect street, between Alaeal and Hackfeld
streets: 6 rooms, large lanal, fine view, servant
quarters and stable. or further particulars apply to
GEAR. LANSING & CO.
FOR SALE This means 1 Kill sell a larfit stock of
Manila Clears at U t per hundred
TJ.r wllPATNICK, Mrtle Cigar Store.
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. 11 Irwin, Esq. Apply to
James Cany, American Stables. Merchant and Rich
arjs street. itiM'U
FOR SALE Lots 30x100 In Nuuanu tract fj down
ito per month. J. If. Schnack, isi Merchant
:0R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY By J. M VIVAS 1381
LOST Solltare diamond rlnj? In the vclnlty of the
Hawaiian Hotel. Sunday nleht. Serf. ti. Tinder
will please leave same at hotel office and recelwsult
acie rewarj icn-tt
LOST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S., t6
In crimson and eotd. Finder rlease return to
mis omce anj receive rewarj it
nOUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE en Hotel
street opposite me Anrngron uwncr can on am
same at this office by pajlng for this aderllscmtnt
FOUND, a receipt for Postal Savings Bank Bock.
No. 618 B 0ner can obtain same by calling
at this ofliceani paying for this advertisement.
10,000 It. 1x6 T. &G. Flooring.
20,000 It. 1x8 Rustic.
4,000 It. 2x6 Planks.
3,000 ft. 2x4 Scantlings.
7,000 ft. -1x4 T. & G Flooring.
.643-31 old Fislmiarkei Wharf.
In tho Circuit Coiut, Flrwt Circuit
ui the Territory ol Hawaii.
In Probnte--At Cliumbers.
In th. matter of till Fslate of 1. N llavden, lata of
llnnfiulu. o.hu. deceasrd. Intestate Petition hav
ing teen filed ty Thomas R Lucat. a creditor of
said intistatepraUngth.it Letters ol Admlnlitratlon
upon said estate r. if su4 iu mm a.i iiiuwi.n
I .tr.c m.tlr. Is henb. elven that FRIDAY tne tith
day of Octoter, A. D, nw, at to o clock a.m. In
the Judiciary Uulld'nr, Horn lulu, Uahu, Is appointed
tin time and place lor l-earlce said petition when
and where all persons concerned may appear and
shew cause If aev 'hey have, hy said I'.tlton
should not te tranted.
Honolulu, Oahu, Septemte r acth, 1900.
Old Wheels taken as Part Payment
"also sold on
B. O. HALL
-King street, next to Bulletin Office
35 I. X. L.
Has made another
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs, Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureaus, Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
H11 - H
New Shipments Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET
BY STEAMBR AUSTRALIA
We received large invoices of Seasonable Goods
in every department. Goods will be open and ready for in
spection in a few days. The latest European Novelties suita
ble for Xmas Presents ; the largest variety of articles ever
imported by any one store. We call attention, that quantities
are not large, therefore we advise you to pay attention when
we advertise our opening.
We received ex Australia
2,000 DOZEN HANDKERCHIEFS!
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
No better assortment will be shown anywhere. Our own im
portation, direct from Switzerland. Our prices are the
Large invoices ol SILKS will be opened. We
call attention to our complete line of Tafetas.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. In this department we
lead. Our prices, our styles and assortment is so complete
that Ladies will not only find a great saving, but it is easy to
BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
A large, complete stock of Wash Suits, Blue Serges and
Tweed Suits are now opened.
Mother's Friend Shirt Waists in all styles and prices.
15 doz; Ladies' SHIRT WAISTS. Do not
miss seeing them.
Our RIBBON Department is complete, our
prices "Bed Rock."
& SON, Ltd.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors -
s: In All Parts ol the City ti
Lot WllcoxTract Coxi2o7 only JiGoc,
Cottage To Let, four rooms only, $13
House and Lot, lot 00x100, only $2700,
House and Lot, Punahou, J400.
House and Lot, Maklkl. only 5850.
Good leasehold, very cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
House and Lot, Kalulanl Tract, lot
100x100; good 6-room house, only fisoo.
Corner King and Bethel streets.