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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1.,,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900.
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CT MILCH COWS
At your own rrlce.
BICYCLES . . .
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO,. LTD.
VARIETY OF DESIGNS
Nowhere else can you .find so
large a variety of
l-r aiiltlonal Shirking Newi tee seventh rage.
PRICES THE - LOWEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Alakea St., nr. .Merchant
TXT- "W- WXaXGr'EL'T
Painting, Blncksmithing, Triinining.
Plmotoiis, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
ITIOII-CIL. 4Lg!S "WORK.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician
The - General - Electric - Companj
T JLlfrllll WILL
Hotel St., nr. Fort-HONOLULU BICYCLE Co., Sole Agents j
Jas. F. Morgan
11 33 Queen Stre.l
Under Instructions from Col. S. Norrls.
I will offer for Sale at Pusllc Auction at
Salesroom, 33 Queen street, Hone-
Arrived In 'l:rlttco.
The following vessels from ports of these
Wands, arrived In San Francisco on the
Ship Falls of Clyde, Matson, 20 days
Hark Mohican, Kelly, 2G days from Honolulu.
Bark Edward May, Hansen, 20 days
Bsrk Emily F. Whitney, Brlgman, 20
days from Honolulu.
Bktn. S. N. Castle, Hubbard, 23 days
Bktn.S. n. Wilder, Jackson, 20 days
REGISTRATION ROLLS Ann NOW
OI'KN IN HONOLULU IT IS THG
DUTY OF EVERY REPUBLICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
The books of the WAIMANALO SUGAR
COMPANY will be closed to transfers
from September 20th to 30th, Inclusive.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Treasurer, Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Monday, Oct. 1, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK 1N00N,
that aluable proreerty known as the1
KAHUKU RANCH In the district of
Ku, Island of Hawaii.
The property contains an area of over
18V0U0 acres consisting of valuable
stretches of Cane, Fruit, Wheat, Sheep
and Cattle I-nnd.
The estate will be sold as a whole with
ill Cattle, Horses, Blacksmiths and Car
renter's Shops and Tools and everything
belonging to the Ranch.
The books of the OLOWALU COM
PANY will be closed to transfers from
j September 20th to 30th, Inclusive.
M. M. WMIINtT, JK.,
Trtasurer, Olowalu Company.
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO.
Friday, September 28.
StmrLehua.Bennett.from M0lok.1l ports!
62 Inches, ti bdls goat skins, 1 fdl sheep
skins, 16 calves. 0 mules, 8 horses and 1210
Gas schr. Surprise, Gahan, from Kauai;
2co bag rice for Sing Chong & t.o ; left
the W. G. Hall and Keauhou at Walmea.
Friday, September 28.
Schr Golden Gate, Pahla. forLahalnaat
Gas'schr. Eclipse, Gahan, for Lahalna,
Klhel, Makena and all Kona ports.
Scnr MIHe Morris, for Koolau ports.
From Anahola, per stmr Noeau, Sept 29
Geo A Cooke. Geo P Curtis and 8 un
rrom vvj iiiica. uci Mini ikjuhuu, ti'i,
28. Mr Palmer. MrOmstead, Mr Black-
s:ad. Ladv Herron. Mr Brandt, V L .Moore
and 1 2 on deck.
From Mau and Atolokal ports, per stmr
Lthua. SeDt 28 W II Pain. D Steward,
F H Foster and wife, Mrs D AUCorrlston
and son, Mrs Kauweand 2 children, S b
U.i m on anil y on oecn.
Pr..m Vnncniivrr and Victor, ner C-AS
S Warrlmoo, Sept 2y-.Mrand.Mrj A S L
Gurnev, F 1 Cott, U UlMler, L, . wine
ron, John Dawson, W E Ulmock. J Wll
ssn, MrsUosw ell. Basil Coare, N John
son. H V Sutherland, L W Haworth, I
Irl.h.rtr.r. S H arkimn. ,11 SS UOSS. laDl
VV G N Kenny, Miss M E Flemmlng. C
Brown, Miss P Ulllinan, G R Taylor,
Miss Potts. W N Zoller, E G Moore, I A
Fink. I Hall. R R Hollis, F Bedweli and
38 through passengers.
Prnm iiiln ami uav narts. rer stmr KI
ptj, Sept 21J-C C KenneJy. J H Ulbom,
IIC Easton. Rev S Kami. Ur Haves, Ciot
Soule, Rev G L Pearson. W M Graham,
John Lycurgus, J s Bailey, Mis;. Cooke,
Miss Nauahl, A C Steele, C Hapal. wife
and son, J A Smith, J L Carter, C Stew
art, S llamamoto, Geo Law and wife,
.Miss AUce Weight, Mrs Tom May and 2
children, tflss Vera May and maid, R M
Robertson, J Mulr, E C Sharp, Rev b
Kand.i, Rev Okumura, Miss Enaoka. Mrs
Konchen, J Pletts, Wm Mersberg .Mrs II
C V c.i and ii.ild, .Master LlnJsay, Geo
W arr, Rev K Kamakele and son. J E
Hibbs, Geo W Stadler, H J Wlgnt, J 1
Latham, D McNaught, W Goldsuorlh,
A C olquhoun, I L Coke, Vtrs A K hi-dredg-
and 84 deck pasiengers.
LOSS OH LIFLi 112,000.
Galveston, Tex., Sept. 19. Governor
Snyera tonight guvo out the following
The loss of life sustained by ttie
stor mln Galveston uud elsewhere on
the southern coast cannot be leas than
12,000 lives, while then uss of propel ty
will probably uggregato $20,000,000.
Notwithstanding this severe affliction,
I have every confidence that the strick
en districts will rapidly revive and that
Galveston will from her present deso
lation mid sorrow arise with renewed
strength and vigor.
"To the people of the United States
whose munificent generosity has, with
out solicitation from me, contributed
so much to the relief of the storm suf
ferers, I, ns Governor, beg to tender my
most profound and most grateful ac
knowledgements, assuring them thr.t
their generosity will be held In lasting
remembrance by the people of Texas.
Nippon Maru Arrives.
The Nippon Maru was telephoned olf
port at 3:20 o'clock this morning hut
Old not haul alongside the Pacific Mall
iWiarf until nftfr 7:30 o'clock. -Jho
sailed again for China and Japan at 2
o'clock. The voyage of the Nippon
from San Francisco was uneventful.
Miss Miller, a missionary from the
Orient who has been home on n vaca
tion. Is the only passenger for this port.
She will be here a short time nnd will
then continue on her way to the scene
of her labors.
Dr. Rickey nml Chief Steward Han-'
Alylen are not aboard the Nippon, hav
ing been transferred from the America
.Maru on the present trip.
CTS3L fc unit e lim . iKUrlioil H ftntt two
iMKffiem, 13 ttrli rnt tv., ya ctnti lu Ikttli,
nj (o ttntt cue monl. 711 it lit ttntoll .Air-
rpii.r rwr ttftttJ tit ptcplt of tltnttulu.
The Fort Employment
aa? KINO STREET, 'Phone Main S8,
Jifflfltse with wile
Jp to do t-olltrwotk,
wltc tvt wash nz ani
rV'immald Alan (1 4iy,
aIIc make about Jtj rr
tr)fnih Ulc hou to
Japanese boy or Chi
ri(, zniral imant
taWe cart of one hcre.
J) week, boafi ani room
Jipaitw Rrtcook J6
week, board ani room.
Jaranete or Ch'ne
tint cook, fo fit month
be if J anJ room
ma I J and little Jh1nc
fi.?e wtek, board and
Jaranseard boy. Si
utk, toard and room.
tt old at Uerk and
5a etman cigar store, J t
I Euforein Cof.k $(q
i minth, board and room.
American boy as drhtr
common wcrkt. Stpre boy
llrttclaiacook, 5 week
roar j ana room
Chinese family fcoV,
yard boy ani stable boy
throush our agency
will b received and
rut J-rn our
Old Wheels taken as Part Payment
ALSO SOLD ON
I E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
King street, next to Bulletin Office
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in
CI'ECIAL NOTICE-Dr. ll.iiJv.th
J resumed practice In hlsofticecn lort Si
THAT J, P. MELIM, shoemaker, has removed his
hop from Hotel St., to Union St. next door to
.McDonald fr Lantton, contract rs. i68
NOTICE to Owner's Architects U HullJer's. E.
W, Qulnn of ttj L'nlon St . Is prepared to fur
nlth estimates on first class modern plumblnp. Pat
ronage so'lclted. P O. Uox 15a, nS9im
NOTICE TO DUILDERS-The Union Eapress Co
has WHITE SAND I OR ALE M.Mf
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
Sugar Cane, and unlimited land for divi
sion to settlers for Fruit and Grain Lands.
For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The regular monthly dividend to the
shareholders of the Kahuku Plantation
Co. Is now due and payable at the office
of the agents, A. S. Grlnbaum & Co.
C. BOL'IE, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Sept. 20. i(J48-ti
The Regular Monthly Meeting of tlio
l'loneer Ilullillug nml l.un Association
will bo hold at tlio Chamber of Com
merco on MONDAY KVKNINCl, Oct.
1, 100(1, at 7:S0 o'clock.
Payments are required In gold.
10-lS A. A'. GKAlt, Secretary.
DR. C. B. COOPER having this day
formed a partnership with UR. J. T. Ate
DONALD, formerly 0 San Francisco, the
firm of DRS. COOPER & AlcDONALD
will carry on the practice, occupying the
offices formerly used by Dr. Cooper.
Dr. Cooper 8:30 to 10 a. in., 2 to 4 and
7 loSp. m.
Dr. McDonald 10 a. m. to 2 p. m,, 7
to 8 p. m.
Sundays -Ur. Cooper, 8:30 to 10 a. m.j
Dr. McDonald, 1 to 2 p. m. Telephone
September 17, 1000
WANTED-A YOUXO LADY .1 Chlf. P
ciiic iTp.ttCo. i6m
WANT CD-A HOUSEKEEPER it ttie WtUlkl
WANTED .t one. to liilct of rtculnf: aJ
4rtts for irKUl wofk amont UJIf . For par
ticulars ilirt Mr Harmony P. O ,u.
.WATCHES to rirairty wei,r .f n
,J, Wlbl.i ,17 i.uuaou SI
OLD PAPERS TO LXCIUNGE for clean Cot
ton Rags Appply at UuUetln Ofnce. i)f?Mf
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS Indresimakinf;
depanment Whitney & Marsh ij6
XHE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
famous Ham and bee Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hvel itnets. DICK DALY. Proprietor.
PROM Octobir i, offue on Hotel street, at rrmnt
occur !e J bv Miss lt Lartleue. Su table f-r
d ctor or dentist Apply to Mrs.Coues, Hotel St
next Y. M C. A. tfiS-iw
TO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE on Ycui St. be
twren Keaum kuandPilk)! ireets. Apply 01
premise! or wiep none mt. 104111
WELL burnished rooms with board. Sefton
Hiuse, Younr Street, near Pllkol, tfwmi
TO LET 4 nicely furnished rooms. Applv at 19,
Hotel street. tSrtf
FOR RENT-OFFICfc. ,
No. ig Merchant street,
Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
PR SALE-A beautlfu' hi eh zttit uprlcht tIANO
Muit be sold at -nce. No reasonable efftr re
fused. AJJ ess J. W. this office. i6tr.it
COR SALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE wlio
fruit and shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
mini streets. $1000 cash. Halance In eay Install
ment App ymxt door toJ H Cummlups iCtotf
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chlf.
Tonlers. Chairs, Rockers, Baby Carr'.. '..0
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrlgei . - -4
American and Hawaiian Flags, Bti
fe" Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URF
FIRE and BURGLAR
FOR SALE $vco. Lea who'd on Fort street, near
Kukul. 8 years to run. Ground rent only Ks
rer annum. Aprlvto
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO.,
FOR SALE LOTS In Talama mar town. All sties
and prices. Applv to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
too .Merchant St.
FOR SALE f.000 Leasehold on Quttn rett,
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & C J..
6 Merchant street
COR S.LE-4iMxt)t desirable iH story dwelling
I on Prospect streit, between Alapal and Hackfeld
streets: 6 rooms, Itree lanal, fine lew sen ant's
Jiuarters and stable r further particulars apply to
jEAR, LANSING ft CO. i6tttf
FOR SALF-Thls means I will sell a lire stock t
Manila Clears at fi.ti per hundred
I j r-wni'Mmj n.Aurtie uigar t
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. G. Irwin, Es7. Arpl to
James Carty, American Stables. Merchant and Rich
ard 1 street. ifcu-t f
FOR SALE Lots jcxico In Nuuanu tract ff$ dawn
Jio per month. J. H, Schnack at Merchant
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. BvJ M VIVAS i.l.
Snnion Toklnd on Hot-Hen.
San Francisco, Sept. 21. The Ger
man transport Samoa began tuklut: an
horeen yesterday, and the work will oc
cupy two or three days' time. JJy tin
first of the week the steamer Is ex
pected to be ready to Ball for Chlni.
Over 800 animals will he taken by tlio
Samoa, which Is one of the largest
steamers now In port, when big steal
ers nre somewhat plentiful She Is a
sister ship of the Algoa, In that s!iq
was built by the same firm, hut she la
lather Inferior to the Algoa In capa
city, though by no means ordinary In
Dr. Cooper w'll present all bills In
curred prior to the formation of the part
nership through his collector. iSmt
Wrecked .Vtny Hllnt Sold.
San Francisco, Sept. 22. At the Mer
chants' Exchange yesterday afternoon, tin
wreck of the ship Alay Flint, at the bot
tom of the bay not far from the Mall dock,
was sold to George Roth for ?4,45o. Bid
ding on the wreck Was spirited up to the
f4ooo mark, alter which the bids were
small. It Is reported that Roth expects
only to recover the ship's anchors, chains
and other easily resurrected material, alter
which the wreck will be blown up to get
It out of the way of navigation.
G, A. It. Lender Dciid,
Chicago, Sept. 22. Colonel Josepn
II. Wood, (irand Maishal of the dram!
Auny paiade during the iccent en
campment 1 nClileugo, died of nnglna
I ectorl, at midnight nt his residence,
721 West Adams street.
LOST Solltar. diamond rlnr Inlh. lclnlly f tl
Hawaiian Hold, Sunday night, Srrt. .1 FlnJtr
will pl.ai. l.ae fame at hot! office ani rcrrle tult
LOST a sold cnam.l.d pin; monogram U,
In crlmton an4 cold, MnJer pirate rt
inn rime, anj rc.iv rtwaro
POUND-A DUNDIE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hottl
I Ht oppo.it. Hi. Arlington Owntr can ottaln
wm. atthl. onic.by pa)lng forttila aivrrtlh.ment
FOUND, a rrcelrt for Postal Savlnji Rank Bock,
No, 6;8B Owner can ottaln aame ty calling
at thlt otnee ani paying tor this aiverllscmrnt,
Fine Job Printing at
In It New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THli MANAGEMEN f
LATE Of Till: CRITUHION
YERBUM SAPIENTI SUFFICIT
;i MAGIC headaches
g WAFERS i breakfast.
Z'.'MW.'.'.'.'.K'tfffti l "ft. ull an,gl,u.
S. W. LEDERER, Propp.
near Fire Statlt
Od - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
BTJRNETTE 0 DEC .
Real Estate Broke
and Collectors -
:t In All Paris ofjhe City
Lot WllcovTract "ooxircir onl.
Cottage To Let, four rooms on
House and Lot, lotooxico, onl)
House and Lot, Punahou, 5400.
House and Lot, Maklkl, only .'38'
Good leasehold, ery cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplola
House and Lot, Kalulanl Tra
100M00; good 6-:oom house, onlj
Corner King and Bethel street-
Pacific Import C
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET
Y STEAMER 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 I
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 of SILKS will . be opened. W
call attention to our complete line of Tafetas.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. In this department w
lead. Our prices, our styles and assortment is so complete
that Ladies will not only find a great saving, but it is easy tc
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 no
miss seeing them.
Our RIBBON Department is complete, ou
prices "Bed Rock." . , , , . " I
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