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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1900.
PER 8. 8. AUSTRALIA,
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Honolulu f nM h 1 I
Stock Yards Co., Ltd. "ZZ
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Jas. F. Morgan
II 88 Queen Street
Hardware and Tools
On SATURDAY, October 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At Wllder's Warehouse, opposite Llkellke
wharf, near Pacific Mall dock, I will sell at
Public Auction for account of the American
Sugar Company, the following goods:
S'edce Hammers, Stone Hammers.
Hoe and Shovel Handles.
Mattocks, Mauls, Hubbs. Spokes.
Piping, Scales, Hose.
Farm and Express Wagons.
Dump Carts, Poad S:rapers.
Plows, Rice Plows.
Window Sash, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
" Name on Every Piece."
V '- FOR SALE BV
LEWIS Zr CO.,
240! 240! 240!
KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
The EIGHTH ASSESSMENT of the
a'Jove stock of 5 per cent, or 52.50 rer
share was due August 1st, 1000, and Is
The NINTH ASSESSMENT of 5 per
cent, or 51.50 per share was due on Sept.
ist.'iooo, pays penalty from this date, and
will be delinquent on Oct 31, 19:0.
The TENTH ASSESSMENT of 5 pet
cent, or 52.50 per share Is due today Oct.
1st, and will pay Interest on apd alter
Nov. 1st, 1900, becoming delinquent Nov.
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander St Haldwln, Ltd.,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Oct. ist, 1900. 1650
: MAGIC headaches
I WAFERS breakfast.
miiimiimiij; ,0 t,at JrgrKlta.
rArArArATArATjrArATArATArA cuippiwr, 1MTFI I IfiFNCF. WANTS.
$ Victoria Hospital
j Makes Good Progress
I'mlcr the tltlo "A Visit to the Vic
toria Hospital" n writer for the. Dioce
san MtiKnzlne sas!
A visitor to this hospltnl, whose pre
vious notions of the Institution hae
been based on reminiscences of the
"Kerosene Wnrehouse Detention
Camp" In the days of the plague would
be struck by the bright and cheery as
pect of the house uml Its surrounding'.
The sandy approach Is relieved I)'-
growing plants on the front verandaa.
The most scrupulous cleanliness and
neatness Is obscnahlo throughout the
house nnd Its surroundings. The ver
andah on the left of the entrance ll
enclosed with glnss, nnd makes a
cheerful, nlry lanal for the convalescent
women. Here Is n sewing machine, und
a small organ for religious services.
On entering the mnln building, the
olllce of the medical superintendent Is
on the right, nnd, connected with It a
storeroom for clothing, nnd a labora
tory, furnished with a bed to be used
on emergency. Knclng the entrance
with the full benefit of the mountain
breeze Is the wnrd for paralytics with
six beds. On the other side of the en
trance Is a fcninle ward and bath room,
fleyond these you como to the diet
kitchen, nnd two dining rooms', one for
the convalescents, the other for thfe
staff. Adjoining these Is thecook house
Ascending the staircase, which faTj
the main entrance, the visitor will And
a wnrd on either side 30x18 each fur
nished with six beds, tho gift of .Mr.
J. S. Bailey, nnd commanding n fin?
view of the mountains. On the mnkfl
side of these wards nre two Inner rooms
looking out oer the ocean, one 01
cupled by n nurse, the other fitted up
for a private patient. There Is a bath
room on this floor.
There Is another largo ward In an ad
joining building with a wide verandah
much appreciated by tho patients, and
nn open space where the men can sit
On the Wnlklkl side of the hospital
aro the servants' quarters, morgue,
The merit of the excellent arrange
ment everywhere observable Is due tu
the medical superintendent, Dr. How
man, under whose hand the institu
tion has grown up. The management
owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. John
Emelutli, who has put in everything
connected with plumbing nnd sanitary
arrangements free of charge.
In July, the management entered Into
n contract with the United States Ma
rine Hospital Service, through Dr. Car
mlchacl, under which nil sailors In the
United States merchant service suffer
ing from pulmonary disease arriving
nt this port, will be sent to thrs hos
pital. The Institution Is being run on lines
of the strictest economy, consistent
with efficiency and proper attention.
The cost Is now from $700 to 7C0 a
month, according as there are four or
five weeks of wages to be paid. The
expenditure for August was IG99.85.
Will .Mrs. John Crawford, late of West
port, N 2., kindly call and communicate
with Bishop & Co. 16520
FIRST REGIMENT, N. G. H.
The Reslment will assemble for drill
an4 pinde at 7:30 p. m. on FRIDAY,
Oct. 5, 1000.
Bv oratr of COL. JONES.
(Signed) JNO. SCHAEFER.
1652 Capt. and Adjutant.
Young SI., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone 807.
NOW at OLD FISHMARKET WHARF
Tonnage 180 net
Lumber Cnpuclty - l0
1 .1 .! I 11111 111 IUUU1UUI1VX
offl Inquire on board "X&ao
W fur additional Shining Nw savtmli rata. sfrSSx
I 6 41
Full moon on tho oth nt 2:48 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodctlo 8urvey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer .Ian of 1B7 30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m
which Is the 'ame as Greenwich Oh.
Weather Bureau, I'unnhou, October 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.01. Irregular.
Dew Point GK.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. S9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 4. Weather clear: wind fresh
WeJnesday, October 3.
Am. hr. Luzon. Anderson, from Grays
Harbor; lumber for Lewers J: t-ooke.
Br. Dk. Domini' n. Rodd, from New
catle, N. S. W.. with coal.
Thursday, October 4.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
aimr ixoeau.wyman.irom nanamamu;
1794 sKS sugar.
Wednesday, October 3.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Eleele and Ma-
kawell at 4 P. m.
Mmr Heiene, saens, tor raaunau, nu
kalau, Ookala and Laupahoehoe at 5 p. m.
StmrKllauea llou, McAllister, forOlo
wilu nnd Klhel at 4 P m.
Am. jp. E. B. Sutton, Carver, for New
York with sugar.
Thursday, October 4.
Am. bk. W. B. Flint, Johnson, for San
TO SAIL, TOMORROW.
Stmr Mauna Loa. Slmerson, for Lshal-
na.Maalaca, KonaandKau at 10a. m.
Stmr Upolu. ualton, lor nonoipu ma
hukoia, Kawaihae and Kona ports at 10
r?.im lmixl nsr L,mr ll,1C M lj
null! 1vuu.11, ysi aillll JJIU" ....,
Oct 4 Mrs V Carlson and 3 children and
15 on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, Oct 4
W Uyman and 1 on deck.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The W. B. Flint sailed for San Francisco
this afternoon with sugar.
The barkentlne W. H. Dlmond will sail
for the Coast about Tuesday.
The Noeau, cleaned out nil the sugir
on Kauai, bringing 1791 'bags to this
A notice to Mrs. John Crawford ,lnU
of Westport, N. Z., appears under New
Mrs. V. Carlson and thre children
arrived from Kauai In the Noeau this
The Noeau leaves for Nawlllwlll, Kr,.
loa, Eleele and Makawcll at 4 p. m. to
There will be a game of baseball be
tween Hull & Son and Kamehameha
teams on Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock on Kamehameha grounds.
Guy Kelley of the Inter-Island Co. is
going to the Coast for a vacation. It Is
his first trip In ten years nnd he Is
looking 'forward to having a good time.
Archie Young's launch Waterwltch
was launched from the deck of tho
Rosamond this morning. She was tow
ed to the 11 ualan I boat house wlirre
she wllle got ready for her trial spin
The old can buoy off the railroad
wharf has been replaced with a'tjni
new one much larger. It Is the prlila
of Harbormaster FulIfiTVhb says' ( Is"
the finest buoy of Its kind In thd'Pa-
ciflc or the waters tributary thereto.
The big bark Olymplo Is making a
record for discharging. Yesterday two
hatches were woiked all day and near
ly half tho cargo was got out. Tho
men nre at work In th elower hold now
and the enrgo will all be out by Sa-.-uiday
Mr. Nolte Writes.
J. H. Noltc writes from San Fran
cisco that he Is feeling tlnp.nnd having
a lilg gooil time, lie will spend several
weeks In San Jose with friends.
REGISTRATION ROLLS ARK NOW
OI'RN IN HONOLULU IT IS THC
Dl'TV OK EVERY REPUBLICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
,A&L In fail tolnmn uilt ht imlltttj nt
ff ftntt a lint cm tnttrtlcn; ac trull two
lairrffoai; 10 trail oar una, 40 ttmti rim uttnlt
anJ 60 trail oar month. 7n 11 lit rfoJttjf aiwr
tfuar tvit effwtd far frc6t 0 Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
t.j KINO STREET, 'Phone Main S8,
Japanese with wife.
Jap to do boiler work.
milt fur wuhlnjr ani
houMmild Man $1 day,
lfe mike about f ij itt
month, (ilvt house to
Jjr?anee toy or Chi
nese, central servant,
Eurofan Cook $60
month, boari en J room.
American boy at driver
brlcklijeit, lumber work
common works. Store boy
Japanese woman a
lava care 01 on nore.
Urn clan cook, fjweek
5) wctk. board and room t toard and room
wek. board and room.
jip.n,nr,uw o CtllnaM lamlly Cook.
Jaran.it or Chlncie
first c ok. Sto pr month
hoard and room.
Jipan uoman hua
maid and llttta wathlna
Si. jo w.tk, board and
yard boy and stabtt boy.
through our agency
will be received and
put dtwn on our
Japanese )ard boy. Si
w.ek, board and room.
Aonerican poy, atoui t4
years old as Jerk and
Sa'esman cigar store, f 4
THAT J. P. MEIIM, shoemaker, hat removed his
shop from Hotel at., to Union St.. next door to
Mcuonau at Lanslon. contract rs. ioi.e
SPECIAL NOTICE-Dr. Huddv, tht dentlit. ha
resumed practice In his office nn Fort St ,6j8-tm
NOTICE to Owner's Architects & Outlier's. E.
W. Qulnn of us Union St.. Is prepared to fur
ntih estimates on first class modern plumbing. Pat
ronagt so'lclted. P. O. Boa lt. iCo'im
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Tht Union Eirress Co
hat WHITE SAND FOR SALE i;i;tl
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY as Cashier. Pa
cific Import Co. lf-4714
WANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at tht Waillkl
I nn. it. s
IIANTED at onct two ladles of pleasing ad
v dress for special work among ladles Forpar
tloitars address Mrs Harmony. P. O i.
WANTED WATCHES to repair by leweler of is
years experience. O. DIETZ, eirNuuanuSt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Appply at Bulletin Office. is-ll
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS In dressmaking
department. Whitney Si Marsh. xUt
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n tht thtll only Try his
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and CotTee. Cor
Nuuanu and llltet streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
FROM October I, office en Hotel street, at Present
occupied by Miss Dt Lartlgut, Su'tattt for
doctor or dentist Aptly 10 Mrs. Cowes, Hotel St.
neat Y. M C. A. iCS-iw
TO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE on Young St. b.
tween Ktraunv ku and Pllkol S'reets. Apply on
premises or lenpnone tar. io.i-ii
WELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sclton
Houw. Young Sifftt. ntir Pllkol. i6)gmi
TO LET 4 ntctly furnlshtd rooms. Aprlv at do.
Hotel street. tfitt-tf
Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
I No. t9 Merchant street.
THE best two for t clear In town Is the LURL1NE
to te had at the Mvrtle Clear Store next toOr-
Atl kinds of Manila c fears a (.reclalty.
A PHAETON in flnt-clui condition; fust repalni
and painted. Apply to G. E. bmlthlis, Inter
litand Steamship Company tdiwi
HEP ioooo feet ruMlc: net cash. Inquire at
V Washington Mrrcantll Co., Ltd., Fort and
Queen streets. , itjiwi
FOR SALE A ttautlfu' hleh (rait uprl(M PIANO
Must tt toll at nnct. No rcasonatlt otfrr rt
fusti. AJJ tss J. W. this offlct.
PRSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE lth
trult anJ shade trees. Cornrr Anapunl anl Do
minis streets. $1000 cash. Balance In easy Install
ments. Apply neat door toj. H.Cummlncs. iftiotl
FOR SALE tooo. ItasthgtJ on Fort street, near
Kukul. S)tars to run. Ground rent only (65
per annum. Appiv
VILIIAM SAVIDGE i CO..
at 6 Merchant St.
pot) SALE-LOTS In Palama near town. All sites
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE i CO..
too Merchant St.
PR SALE T4000. Leasehold on Queen s'rett.
near Honolulu Iron Works, aa )tara to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
too Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair ol Hack coach horses formerly
tht property ol Wm. U. Irwin, Esa. Arpty to
James Carty, America Staples. Merchant and Rich
FOR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract ij down
lio per month. J. H. Schnack, tit Merchant
COR SALE-LANDS IN AIL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. By J. M. VIVAS )
OST-AROLLof wall paper, addressed "R. f.
(ireporv At Co." The linjer will rteaia return
tht same tMhaatovt address, 61-Fort St. i$jiti
OST Sotltart diamond rln- In tht vicinity ol the
Hawaiian Hotel. Sunday nlcht. Sept. el. Tinder
wilt please leave same at hotel office and receive sult
able reward. ' i644tl
LOST a gold enameled pin; monoiram U.S., 06
In crimson and irold. Finder Dlease return to
this office and receive reward. tf.
COUND-AN IMPERIAL ItlCYCLE. Own can
1 uMaln same by cilllne at this office, giving
numwr and paying ror in s advertisement. it).we
COUND-A BUNDLE OF BUCK CRAPE on Hotel
street opposite the Arllnflun Owner can obtain
same at this office by pajlnjr for this advertisement
COUND. a recelct for Pontal Savlnc Bank Bock
No. 6t8 tl Ovtner can"obaln tame by calling
1 mis omce ana paying ror inis advertisement,
THH CITY OFFICE OF THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Macoon Building. Room I, cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
TtLLI'HONE MAIN 391,
Dairy Telephone; Blue 3171.
1646-101 A. U. DOAK, Manager.
All persons wishing to subscribe to the
Democrarlc Campaign Fund are requested
to make payment of their subscriptions to
any member ot
E. B. MCCLANAHAN,
J. r. UULIIIJKN,
C. J. CAWPBE1.L,
The Evening Bulletin, 7( wntA per
uonU. . . . ,, .
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED !-
tj,!!? SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
B. O. HALL
-King street, next
I. X. L.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureausr Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
8. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Coustaotly - Oo - Hand
New Shipment? Every Month.
Pacific Import Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET
Y STEAMER AUSTRALIA
We received large
in every department. Goods
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 1
v For Ladies, Gerjtlem'en and Children.
No better assortment will be shown anywhere. Our own im
portation, 4 direct 4 from- Switzerland. ' Our prices are the
lowest! ' t , ,
Large Invoices of 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.
Aother's Friend Shirt Waists in all styles and prices. ,
15 doz. Ladles' SHIRT WAISTS. Do not
miss seeing them.
Our RIBBON Department Is complete, our
prices "Bed Rock."
& SON, Ltd.
to bulletin uttice-
near Fire Station
BTTRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In AIIPart8 of the City 11
CcoJ Paying Leasehold, cheap.
House anJ Lot, Punahou, only $3900.
Hout and Lot, Wilder Ave., $3200.
14 Lots, each 50x100, Kapahulu Road.
Four Beautiful Loi$. Kaplolanl Park
Addition, onlv $2oaeacn.
Beautiful Home, Walkikt, 53600; good
house, to rooms, laree grounds
House and Lot, Palama, only S:6oo,
Fine Joti Printing at
invoices of Seasonable Goods
will be open and ready for in