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Tjjk JUa. . -"- wTHE
'ft Lines of Travel.
I Oceanic. Steamship Company
ThA Fine Faaienoer Steamera of This Line Will Arrive at nnc
' EieaTe This Fort aa Hereunder.
From San Franoisco:
. JQl. 14
. Oct, i
. Nov. ii
In oonneotlon With the ailing
tpaiea io issue, to roienm
ared to issue, to intend
tickets by any railroad from Han
i TTla..l aimlam nA fvstm Va
UUHCU Ullltca, v. . iun
For further particulars apply
-Wm. G. Irwin
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
sssw s im m
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, m Toyo Klsen Kalsha
of tbt afeon coaptsiM will call at Honolulu ana laart tbli pert oa or attest tb .
laltt tatow totloatd !
Pnr Japan and China:
RloieJanelro Oct. 9
America Maru -Oct. i
Peking Nov. t
Hongkong Maru Nov. to
for (iniral IntoraaUon apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Mian -Australian Royal Kail Steamship Company.
aaa..... l tlii .ton Una. runnlar la toaaectloa with tn. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
taeattn Vancouver, B, C. ana Sydney. N. S. W
an DUE AT HONOLULU on of about tba
IOM VANCOUVER, AND VICTORIA. B. C,
For Brllban. BlSydniyt
,, Warrlmoo Sept o
Mlowera Oct. it
Aoranil Nov. 14
Warrlmoo Dec. ta
SaTTbrouib tlcbata litued troa Honolulu to Canada, Ullted Statu aid Europe. For Froltbt and
'aaiat aad all geaaral Inforaattoa, apply to
Thco. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. 8. " AMERICAN " will leave New York for San Francisco, Portland anj
the Sound en route to Honolulu on October icth, due at San Francisco about Dec
ember 12th, at the Sound about Decembe-sist. Will receive freight at Tacoma and
Seattle for Honolulu at lowest rates.
6. 8. " HAWAIIAN " Is expected to leave New York on December loth and
will perform the same voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf,
42J street, soutn urooKlyn. at an times.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Per Steamshio Co, Ltd,
6. S. Klnau, ,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will tall from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
aakakal, Lahalna. Maalaea Bay, Klbel,
aakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
yanoeboe and Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
Frldajs at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
ays. Passengers and freight will bo taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalbao, HI'
Io, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers ana packages unl.y
fill be taken for Kaunakakal, Lnbalna,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
t 6 p. m. touching al Lahalna, Ka
ulul, Nahlku, liana, Hamoa and Kl
aiahulu, Maul, Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kimalc, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
a, Honolua, Olowalu, Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right ta
suko changes In tha tltj of departure
and arrival of Its steamera WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
(or any consequences arising mere
from. Consignees must be at the landing
10 receive their freight. This com
itny will not hold Itself responsible
or freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
r money or valuables of passengers
Bless placed In the care of the pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
:kela before embarking. Those fall
g to do so will be subject to an ad
tlonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
is of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
cry of baggage or personal effects of
ssengers, or freight of shippers, be
nd the amount of $100, unless the
due of the same be declared when to
Ivcd by the Company, and an extra
.nrge be made therefor.
All employca of the company are for
dden to receive freight without, de-
.a.lnff n itilnm.nt u..lnl ,!....... I I
ie form nrescrlbed hv the Comnnnv. .
id which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
shipped without such receplt It will
s solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT. President.
B. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. V. K. CLARKE. Port Bupt.
in llo'el Slrett. II, I,
comtantly on runJ. TELEPMONfc tj, 1
For San rrauoisoo.
1 AUSTRALIA Oct. i
1 ALAffltUA Oct. It
I AUSTRALIA Ocl.io
of the above ateamen, the Agents
ling passengers, coupon throui
n Francisco, to all points in tl
Tork by any steamship line to all
& Co., Limited
For San Francisco:
America Maru , Oct.
faking. . , Oct. o
uaenc ..-. uci. to
Horckon Maru Oct.tr
Chna Nov. i
Doric Nov, i)
NlffxnMaru Nov. to
ana calllnt at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu and Brlabani
fatal fcelow etatel via
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.I:
Aorangi.. uct tl
Warrlmoo Nov, at
Mlowera Dec. 19
Co., Ltd.. GcnU Agents.
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francl 71.
TWO TIIAINS DAILY
From Portland . . s
Leave San Francisco: 8:eo A. A 10.0c
. ,M.,6:oop m.
Leave Portland: 9:15 A.M., g:oop. ,M.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
'- -Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Barber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1,5 Third street. Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
47 Omaha. Nebraskt
0. R. & L. Co.
From nd After Junuarv 1. ihqb.
After January 1,
I. Suo. !allv
Paul Cm ..
r. v. HMFTB, Gen'l Pass. 4 Tlokel
O. V. Pmnfm. Hurwrl ntonrlont.
P O. Boa rji lilanJ Corrwpondrnc. S. Helled.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants. Snravs. Hn.
Decorators for Weddings and Recep
Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
fttxI l0 Williams
Mrs Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, "(illation" 1
723 Bcretanla street; Tel. 1114, i627-tf
E. K. KAAT,
Teacher of ' ' ..ititr, Mandolin, Zltbn
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
0r,,er!, l0 U left " ' WaU, N'choU
Co f -V'tstrom Mujalo Co.'l 1261
PJ I'lSlflXt '
EVENING" BULLETIN: "HONOLULU;"
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS TOR
SIDEWALK CCRB AND PAVE
MENT FOR THE CITY OF HONO
LULU. On and after this date all sidewalks
and cmliliiga constructed within the
limits specified below, shall conform to
the following specifications. In accord
ance with Section 371, Civil Laws, 1807.
CURB. The sidewalk curb shall b
of good quality lava rock In blocks not
less than 30 Inches long, six Inches
thick at the top edge and Biifllclently
wldo to be held firmly In place by tli4
street paving; to bo hammer ilrest.vl
on the outside for a width of not less
than ten Inches and on top edge which
must show a uniform width of six
Inches. Blocks to be Well bedded, laid
true to line and grade and the Joints
between the blocks filled with cement
grout. At street corners curb to be car
ried around on a curve the radius of
which Is not less than width of side
walk. PAVEMENT To be artificial stone
flagging composed of cement concrete,
constructed In alternate slabs In place.
It shall consist of two parts; I irsl a
base course 3',J Inches thick, second, a
finishing or wearing course ?i lncn
BASE COURSE The base course shall
be composed of three parts crushed
blue lava rock known as No. 2, no
piece of which" shall be larger th.in
will go through a two-Inch ring; two
parts of crushed blue rock known as
No. 3, leaving out all which will pats
through' a screen of mesh to the
Inch; two parts of clean screened beach
or other good sand; one part of cement.
Sand and cement to he thoroughly mix
ed before being wet and then with only
enough water to make a stiff mortnr.
Wet broken stone before putting on
mortar. Mortar to be spread evenly
over stone and the mass turned In the
box till thoroughly mixed. The con
crcto shall be properly ileposl:td In
placcwlthout being scattered and ram
med until tlio mortar Hushes to the
surface, using caro to compact the
outer edges. . --.-
FINISHING COimSE-Tho finishing
ourso of cement mortar shall be In iu
place less than ?i Inch thick and shu'.l
be composed of one part cement anil
one part of the lino screenings from
the No. 3 rock and two pounds lamu
black to each barrel of cement. It
must be spread on the base cours? and
floated, while the latter Is still soft, and
adhesive, after which the surface will
bo smoothed and compacted by thor
oughly and skillfully troweling before
the cement Is too hard for such finish
ing. The work must be kept moist nnd
protected from the direct rays of the
sun for nt least three days by cover
ing with two inches of sand .
PREPARING SUB GRADE. The
space to bo occupied by the walk shall
lie proicrlv gruiKd to u depth ut y.
Inches below top of finished wnlk. Any
soft, loose or unsuitable material
found In the sub-grnde shall be re
moved and the space filled with fine
broken stone or cinders, after whljh
the whole surface shall be thoroughly
compacted by ramming or rolling an J
finished to required grade and crosj
GRADE Unless otherwise especially
provided for, the finished surface shall
bo a true plane rising from the curb
grado nt tho curb lino nt the rate of
one-fourth Inch (.i Inch) to ono foot
(1 foot) to the property line.
PORTLAND CEMENT CemcntmuU
bo of a well known or standard brand,
In good condition and must stand tho
test required for cement In government
CONCRETE. The material used In
construction must bo proportioned by
exact measurement, und for this pur
poso contractors will be required to
piovldc themselves with rectangular
boxes for measuring materials and
tight boxes for mixing. No mixing of
materials on pavement will bo permit
ted. No rctemperlng will be permitted
and concrete, which has already began
to set beforo being put In place will be
rejected. Concrcto shnll bo laid iu
blocks shall be put In alternating, nnd
width by the width of walk nnd shall
ho marked off Into equates by tho use
of proper marking nnd Jointing tools.
Fcreeds of sufficient stiffness must he
used to preserve a true and straight
dgo tho width of the walk. Concrclo
blocks of not to exceed three feet In
tnch block finished with top cont Im
mediately so that a good nnd sufllclcnt
bond may be had between them. In
termediate blocks shall not bo put In
for at least twelve hours after Union
lug tho first blocks.
Whenever driveway occurs, the arti
ficial stono nagging shall not bo less
A$6.00 BOOK FOR 0NJ,Y $2.90
Wagner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
11 tncjclopadla 01
book contalua man;
hltln rto unLr.0H u or. i
l.mtnn n..,t.v.ll I .. '
-. '! VUUHUIIIH,
.mln, nnlli. hu.u
.-mm .,v.a..i ,,, IfW
to liomn, cattle
Hire? awl arlnc;alM
tuio. Including th
1,200 paces, ovet
ana meat vaicatili
world. It alio cou
Ulna 17 apeclal col.
orel plates. If joi
Ueilru tliia Look, mi:
iu ou' special clfcj '
price, 42,90, an.l vc
will runtarutfcc Loot
tu YUU. If 1. I. ti.,l
latliiBitofy, return 11
nnduonlo i?t, Ii.tid.
... . . It or refund voui
noney. Bciidforouri,eriallluitrated cataftarno,
luollnit tho low en irlci'H on LnoLa, yKEE. We
nwiveoiiinoBDy. A J Jrma nil order to
THE WEHNKH COMPANY,
vtUia.r, eal Miaerittutri. Akron, Ohio.
(Tba Wcie.tr Cemi'tny , Droughty rclUMe.-!: Jum,
H.r I?"SATURDAY,-,SEPTEMBER'-29,,""t90or ,w
than eight (S) Inches In thickness, and
tho surface shall be finished with sufil
dent longitudinal grooves or corruga
tlons to provide a safe foothold for
animals. Stone paving of approved con
structlon may be substituted for con
crete In dtlveways.
Outside of the limits mentioned for
rement paving, the property ownera
shall have the option of construct'r.g
sidewalk pavement of either cement
concrete as specified or of approved bi
Tho specifications for cement pav
ment shall apply to all sidewalks con
structed In the City of Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, within the limits, bounded
by the waterfront, commencing from
the Marine Railway to River street,
thence along River to Vineyard street,
thenco east along Vineyard street to
Niiunnii street, thence up Nuuanu street
to School street, thence East along
School street to Lusttana street, thence
nlong Klnau street to Victoria street.
thence down nlong Victoria street to
King street, thenco west nlong King
street to South street, thence down
South street to Queen street, thenco
West along Queen street to Punchbowl
street In n direct line to place of com
mencement, including both sides of tho
streets named and also King street as
far as tho Palama Pumping Station,
Nuuanu avenue, as tar as Judd street,
nnd Bcretanla avenue from River to
The specifications for curb and for
option of bituminous pavement shall
npply to. that portion of Honolulu
bounded on the South East by a lino
running N. E. true from tho sea passing
through the Diamond Head trig, sta
tion; on tho Northwest by the Kallhl
stream, on the makal side by the sea
nnd on the mauka side by a line para
llel to, and one and one-half miles
from tho water front.
NOTIFCATION. Proprty owners
will bo notified when they are required
to construct sidewalks.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Work3.
Public Works Department, Honolulu,
Sept. 25, 1900.
1 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST CIRCUIT OF
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII IN PRO
In the matter of the Estate of John Uml
otherwise known as Uml, late of Wila
nae, Oahu, deceased. Intestate.
Petition having been filed by Mllla Per
ry, of Walanae, Island of Oahu. formerly
wile and widow of Intestate, praving that
Letters of Admlnlstralon upon said estate
be Issued to Christopher J. Holt, notice Is
hereby given that MONDAY the loth
day of Octi.ber, A. D. 1000. at 10 o'clock
A ,., In the Judiciary Building, Honolulu,
Oahu, Is appointed the time and place for
hearing said petition when and whf re all
persons iQi.cerned may appear and show
cause, If anv they have, whv said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, September 22,
A. D. 1900,
By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
ESTATE OF MRS. AMALIA JOY, DE
CEASED. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All oedtnrs of Mrs. Amalla Joy, le'
ceased, are hereby notlli d to present their
claims, duly authenticated, and with the
procer vouchers, If any exist, evm If
claim Is stcured by mortgage upon real
estate, to Marv Anna l.te, at her rsldence
nn l.lllh.i trt In M,.iw.l,il,, l.u 1 .r
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, within sK
months (6) from the date of this notice.
e.'J .S.UA .cllLms. be nr,t I'restnteJ within
S1XMONIIIS from the date of this no
tice thev shall be forever baned.
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid September
m. mop. MARY ANNA LEE,
Administratrix of the Estate of Mrs.
Amalla Joy de.easeJ.
J. T. DE BOLT.
1C42-.it Attorney for Administratrix.
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the Ninth
ASSlSSlnrnt nf tn f,nl nr ,, if am n..
share) levied on the Assessable Stock of
uie mctsryde sugar L-o Ltd., Is due on
October 1st. loco, and will be delinquent
on October 15th, 1000.
aiocKtiouers will please make prompt
payment at the ottice of Messrs. Theo. H.
Davles& Co., Ltl.
(Signed) F. M. SWAN-Y,
u , . . Treasurer.
Honolulu, 10th Sept. 1930. ifioti 2
nliie fnr the mnrrtm frvunliiU.... ..- i...
Alexander Young buildings vvlil be receiv
ed at the olhceof the von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., Queen street, up to noon on
I uesday, Oct. 2d, iooo. PUns and speci
fications to be seen at the ofti.eof The .on
Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
By order, ALEXANDAR YOUNG.
Sept. a8. iooo. 1647-tJ
All parties having bills against the re
publican territorial committee previous to
September 24, are requested to send the
same (temped tn thi ho-imir... nr i..
executive committee In the Elite building
E. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
cMiiYiiiimWi.rV. E21 to carry
. WArEHS 5; ache
;V.MV'.'.'; 10 cent. U.I .Ir-ugKtata.
TO THE OATS Mm RMSTF.D
whuau oma bunds me l
STEAMED. THE BOASTING?
cures A PCCUUAR i?-.
Tti YVRW VI V?-if
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Wt WHROjK SAf. rKANCSco,CAL.
Horrible Torture .
Washington, Sept. 22. An ofHuul
lommuulcatlon coming thiougli diplo
matic channels lias liven brought to the
h ttentlun of the Statu Department
tjiring Infoi niatlon as to conditions :u
the Vang Tee Klang valley and aluu
giving details ami fully authenticating
instances of atrocities In the province
of Hunan against Christian mission
r.iles. The account Is given by one of
the Christian missionaries who escaped
and who makes the report through tilt
ufllclals of the Government now for
warding it to Washington.
In one case, It Is stated, u missionary
hud his eyes burned out, then a por
tion of his body was cut off, nnd dually
n red hot stntf was driven through li.tr
back. In another case a tnlsslonniy
was wrapped In cotton, the cotton wai
soaked In oil nnd the mass set on lire.
Concerning conditions In the Yang
Tse Klang valley the report states that
the Viceroys there have exercised a
most pacific ltitluence, despite orders to
the contrary from Peking, it appeals
that the Peking Government ordered
the Viceroys to assemble- a large army
uml march to the north. But as tho
Viceroys personally were opposed to nn
anti-foreign crusade, the order was nut
executed. Instead of that one of tho
officials assembled an army of 3,000
undisciplined coolies who marched
north, ns a formal compliance with
the order. This action of the Yang Tsa
Viceroys In resisting the Peking In
lluence against the foreigners, is Slid
to have had nn Important effect In pre
venting a general spread of disorders.
Forts at PeWang
Captured by Allies
(Associated Press Special.)
Taku, Sept. 20. Four thousand Ruj-
slans, 3,000 Germans nnd 1,000 French
troops, with n detachment of AustrU'i
marines began the attack upon tho
Pcltnng forts at da light. The atta.-k
was answered briskly from the forts,
the bombardment continuing until
noon, but It was noticed that the forts
did not reply after 10 o'clock.
The allies sent forward at noon to
discover the reason of the cessation of
firing from the forts nnd found them
deserted, there being only four deal
Chinamen within the vvnlls. The al
lies were much chagrined, ns they be
lieved they had tho place completely
surrounded, making escape Impossible;
yet over 3,000 men got away in broad
dnyllglu. The Russian artillery fire
lias proved effecttvo and the forts wt're
Tho British and Italian commanders
had decided to Join iu the attack, hut
their troops hail not arrived In time.
The entire line between Tien Tsln
and Taku shows reinforcements were
heading for the forts.
Three members of the allied forces
were killed and fifty wero wounjed
through the cxploblon of mines laid
along their line of march.
Return of Roberts
Is Still Doubtful
(Associated Press Special.)
New York, Sept. 22. A dispatch .0
the 'Irlliuuu from London says:
When mid how Lord Roberts will re
turn fitim South Africa depends upoi
the views of the veteran field marshal
himself, mill the course of events. That
Is the impiesslon the Telegraph reprt-
sentatlve gained as u result of a visit to
tlie Wnr Olllie. None of tho olllclals
would confirm the statement tltat he Is
coming homo within a month. Cape
Town, however, is already preparing n
great welcome for him and It Is believ
ed that he will sail for England shortly.
RI1MBV8 RliPORT 01' PHI-TANG
Washington. Sept. 22. Tho Navy De
partmint has received tho following ca
blegram from Admiral Hemey:
"Taku, Sept. 21. Secretin y of Navy,
Washington. Forte of Russians. (Jer
mans and Austrlans advanced on Pci-
lang forts last night. Fire opened by
Chinese mid kept up all night nt Inter
vals. Forts evacuated nt ! this mom
lug. Europeans hoisted their colors
over fotts nt 11. Twenty-five Russians
nnd Hermans reported blown up by
mine. Information from Commnnder
Wise who followed troops Into forts,
ouiy live umnlese killed.
Bryan'H Speaking Tour.
Chicago, Sept. 22. Senator J. K.
Jones today emphatically denied the
story that Col. W. J, Bryan had can
celled his speaking engagements in
Illinois und other western Stntes In jr-
tler to hurry to New York ut his re
finest. Senator Jones stated that Col.
Bryan will piocced to New York to
speak on October lCth, ns announced
and not before that time.
... .....- 1
H I i
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31,
NOW Is the time to get Utak ait)
breakages reon to, and yoer
Roofs Put In Ordir
By competent work.,
For the Plumbing
On that new home that yon arc
about to build or the alteration,
yon aro intending to make on
yonr property. Gall and lee at
and get an oatimate.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinamith and Plumber,
Shop: BereUnl street, 4 tloomiil
of Punchbowl. Phone 844,
Hours 7 a. tn. to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Honolulu Sbeet Metal forks
Galvanlnd Iron Skylights and Vtitllit.ri.
Conductor Pips and Guttir Work.
Rlcaarl, Street, bet. Quern ui Maeckaat. leaelakl
aWJotblat proaptlv tnnttl to.-m
Tel. White 41. p. o. Box am
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Rigs sont to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Road, . . Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
VShen You Waqt a Iig
.....KINO UP THE
Livery, Boarding; and
Sales Stables, : : :
- - 118 FOUT STREKT,
Btable 'Phone, 477
Haca. Stand 'Phones, 319 and 7f
0. H. BELLTKA.
Drays Tor Freight
Our rerjretrnt.iHi',. m..i. ii 1 ,
steamers from the Coast and we check
"kkjkc on an outgoing steamers.
WDiie and Black -Sand For Sale.
Office with Rvrnlne II, ,11. II,, ... l-i .
street. Tel.fi " 'u '"
W. LARSEK, M'g'r.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Beiy Dumn fl'irU furnUI,,! k.. i. i-..
on Hour's NotlceT u'cu,
II. R HITCHCOCK.
Me Jiant St., In M. D. Mnnsarrat's offi.e.
A GOOD THING
Obia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Ust and UpUt (ready for the Btovt),
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WniTXANO BLACK BAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pan
HUSTACE A CO.,
Pacific Transfer Co.
if Klne St., neat to llalley'i Cyclery.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always un Hand.
Tiorki, I uralture anj Salrt Caielully Manllel
... . Ttltl'IIOL jS
f MAIN 199
The Evening Dullottn, 7j cents p