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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.. !.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1900.
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA
PENNANT . . ;
Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
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JflS. F. MOrSlIl.S
II 88 Queen Street
Hardware and Tools
American Sugar Co.
On SATURDAY, October 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At Wilder' Warehouse, opposite Likellke
wharf, near Pacfic Mall Jock, I will sell at
Public Auction for account of the American
Sugar Company, the following Roods:
'Jgf Hammer. Stone Hammers.
Hoe and Shovel HanJIes.
Mattocks, Mauls. Hudos. Spokes.
Piping, Scales, Hoe.
Farm anj Express Wagons
Dump Carts, Hoad S:rapers.
Plows, Klce i'lov s.
Window Sasli, etc., etc.
2 Worthlngton Pump.
2 Centrifugil Pumps.
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
The Sixth Assessment of one dollar per
snare on tne assessaDie siock 01 me Mau
nalel Sugar Company was due September
5. iooo, and Is now subject to a penalty
ol i rer cent per mon'h.
The Seventh Assessment of one dollar
per share Is now due and payable to the
EM WET MAY,
Treis. Maunalei Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Oct. 5, iooo. ifisjwt
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room 1, cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
TELLI'HONE MAIN 301.
Dairy Telephone; Blue 3171.
l&lG-tm A B. DOAK, Manager.
All persons wishing to subscribe to the
Democrarlc Campaign Fund are requested
to make payment of their subscriptions to
any member of the Finance Committee.
E. B. MCCLANAHAN,
J. F. COl.BURN.
' C. J. CAMPBELL,
1O40W2 Finance Committee.
FIRST REGIMENT, N. G. H.
The Regiment will assemble for drill
ani parade at 7:30 p. m. on FRIDAY,
Oct. 5, iooo.
Byordtrof COL. JONES.
(Signed) JNO. SCHAEFER.
1652 Capt. and Adjutant.
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone 807.
! j? lYiViVi f 1 1 1 1 in iV y c u ro
: MAGIC headaches
i WAFERS breakfast,
iV.'.VW.V.W.'.'.'i'JV. 1" " "II i'laxM:
For Chinese Fields al
Tlic BtenmiTB which have snllcil for
Hongkong recently from Mnnlln liao
carried ns queer u mixture of passen
fern, bound fur Chinese soil as ever
Hj'ted from this port. There were
sahiblera who had been given u gentle
hint that brace games In Manila were
oft; exKoldlers anil business men;
ilerks who had glen up living salar
ies to try their luck In a heathen land
and civilian canteen stewards who had
buome tired of handling so much that
glitters without banking more of It.
On the forwnrd decks of these pas-
srngei craft, where the steerage pas
smgers gathered, stood men whose
s -ant outfits consisted of Just enough
clothing to last them In a tropical
country and a few dollars In their
pockets. In fact, It Is known that many
no.ild arrive without a dollar. They
lae no Idea of why and where they
went, or of what they might do whn
they reached China.
Aft of tho steerage of the Sunklang
which sailed on Friday evening nnd the
U'OiiKsarig, which sailed yesterday
wire a number of men who had bejn
Identified with Manila's business
huures and seen prosperous times, a
prottstlonul man or two and a well-
known frequenter of the best hostel'
He. AH talked of CChlna being the
only plueo to establish the works of
American enterprise. A former ser
geant of the Washington Voluuteer In
fa.itry and particularly well known as
a canteen man, was a passenger. This
c--toldler made sufficient money !n
the canteen business to have kept him
In nil necessities for the balance of his
natural life, but like many others, what
his partner didn't defraud him at,
sllrped nwoy In the same process in
whtih it was received.
Tl '.1 man has gone to China to "ti
dKnui to regain his llnnuclal standing
In the van of tho Ameilcun army
and in the same Hue of business Ir.
which he placed himself on easy finan
cial basis in the Philippines, lie has a
surplus of push, and will, undoubted
Anyone who has daily Jostlid
an'iist the curbstone business prog'
nostlcators on the Hscolta for tho past
scviral months, will miss many fares.
These are the men who have been
'Waiting for something to turn up,
apropos of the Inclinations of the old
A large percentage of these mlgra
tois dismissed their pride and worked
thdr passage. Well educated men who
bad been disappointed in business op
portunities In these Islands were com
pelled to subjeit themselves to the lat
ter method of being transported It they
wi nt nt all. The American .Manila.
GERMAN SUGAR IN JAPAN
The importation of sugar Into Japan Is
Increasing. The amount Imparted In the
first quarter of iooo was i,oi,o3t plculs
(70,0:0 ton), valued at 6,fjjt,244 yen
(53, 500,000', while the corresponding quar
teroflSyy the amount wasonly 541,478
plculs (36,000 tons), valued at 3,349,409
yen (5t,70o,'oo). Of the amount Import
ed In the first quarter of 1900, Germany
supplied 216,390 plculs (14,000 tons). The
Importation from Germany was exceeded
only by that from Hongkong (262,851
plculsi7,coo tons). The raplJ Increase
of Austria's exportation of sugar to Japan
Is, however, a darger which the German
Industry must meet. In the first quarter
of 1S09 Japan Imported from Austria only
338 plculs (23 tons) of sugar, but In the
first quarter of thecirrent year the amount
had Increased to 170,292 plculs (11,000
tons). Thus, Austria has gained the third
place among the competitors for the con
trol of the Japanese market. The German
consul-general at Yokohama reports thai
this astonishing grow tli Is due to cheape'
freight rates offered by the Australan
steamship companies. The Austilan
freight rate Is 20 marks (54.76). while the
German companies charge 27Ji marks
U6.55) and now propose raising the rate
to 30 mark! (57 14). As the consumption
of sugar In Japan Is Increasing, and as the
Japanese sugar Industry Is un
able to meet the d mestlc demand, steps
will be taken to facilitate German com
pttltl n by securing for Its exporters the
same freight fat's as now obtain In Aus
tria. Yokolcnwn Fined.
Yokoknwa, the assailant of Otha was
anested again jesterilay afternoon n.i
stated by the Bulletin, hi tho Police
Couit this forenoon, ho pleaded guilty
to the charge of assault and was flnej
$VJ and costs. In addition to this, he
was given a good! sound lecture by
JuJge Wilcox who snld that lilghblnfl-
ing must ceaby,
It will be remembered that Yokoku
w,i forfeited ball esterdny for non
appearance nt the calling of his name.
The wholo thing has cost him some
th'.n; over $100.
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
Fit dJftlunil ShlrilngNtm tmntri pe.
Full moon on the Stli nt 2:48 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Qcodctlc Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kahulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer .Ian of 157 30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. to .
which 1b the me as Greenwich Ob
Weather Bureau. I'unnhnti, October
G. '1 1 mpernture Morning minimum,
"2; Midday maximum, S3.
Slarometer at 0 n. m. 30.01. Irreguh
Dew Point CCF
Humidity nt 9 a. m. C7 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oi-
tobcr 5. Weather cloudy; wind light
Thursday, Octoier 4.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Hllo.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. 'or Kapa,
Stmr Nllhau. Thompson, for Anahola.
Schr Walalua, Welsbarth, for Hanalt 1
Friday, October 5.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Lhai
na, Maalaea, Kona and Kau.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu M
hukoia. Kawalhaeand Kona ports.
Stmr Noeau.Wyman, for Naw lllu III, Ka
Ins. Eleele and Makaweli at 4 n. m.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, or Koloa at
From Hllo, per stmr. Walaleale, Oct. 5
-Prlnce David Kawananakoa, Sam Johiv
son, U. Colburu, Judge Kahaulelio, Wm.
White, J. Kalauokalanl.
HonorH to the Prince.
Hllo, Oct. 4. At the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Malllma last night an
elaborate pot supper was tendered
Piluco David and party in honor of liU
visit to Hllo. The affair was almoit
exclusively Ilawnlan a sto guests nn I
entirely to as to edibles. Besides the
campaign party there were present Mr.
nnd .Mrs. John T. Drown, Mrs. J. 1.
Rlclndson, Miss Elvira Richardson,
Mr. snd Mrs. Henry West, Mr. and
Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Nnwahl, Mrs
Al, Mrs. Akana, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edallko,
ond njor W .A. Purdy.
L'p till noon today the following
nominations were filed In the office of
the Secretary of the Territory:
DELEGATE TO BGTH COXOHESS
AND C7TI1 CONGRESS.
First District, Island of Hawaii A
11. I ocbeusteln, John T. Drown, II. L.
Holsteln, J. 11. Kaolil, S. L. Desha, J.
D. Paris, Nicholas Russell, C. R. Ula
cow, Charles Kalalkl, Henry West, Pal
n er P. Woods.
Seiond IDatilct, Islands of Maul, Mu
bliat and Lnnal II. P. Baldwin, A. X.
Kepolkul, M. II. Iteuter.
Third Dlstiict, Wand of Ojlm W.
C. Achl, Geo. II. Carter, Clarence L.
Fourth District, Islands of Kauai and
Nllhuu W. H .Rice, G. N. Wilcox, I. II.
Kuhlllnn, Lukn Nalinpaalni
First District .Ulnnd of Hawaii E.
A. Eraser, J. K. Kekaula, J. II. S. Mar
tin, J. C. Lenhurt, II. P. K. Malulanl,
Jlllen Monsnrmt, S. H .K .Ne, II. M,
Ku'ietio, George P. Kaumnuohn, Wm. J.
Wright, J. W. Kclllkoa.
Third District, Islands of Maul, Mo
loknl and Lnnal J. K. Naklla, Hemy
Lonp, A. K". Foisyth, C. H. Dickey,
Kkua Ahull, Philip Pull, Geo. lions,
Solomon Knwulhoa, 1). 11. Kuhnulello,
F. W. lleckley.
Fourth District, Island of Onhu Jo
nah Kumalac, A. G, M, Robertson.
Fifth District, Island of Onhu Enoch
Johnfon, Frank Drown, I,. J,. McCand
less and II. R. Hitchcock.
Sixth District, Islands of Knual and
Nlhau S. W. Wlhox, J. 11. K. Lelelwl,
Charles Illnke, Robert Wulaleale, J. A.
Aklnn, Jos. Piml, S. K. Kalll, I. K. Kv
m.wai, Wm. J. Sheldon, R, Puukl, A. K
,MII:a, F. A .Knudsen.
I An Unwnllan fruit drink! M Mali
(Myynh.) Ice cream soda served .freah
tach day nt Ilenson, Smith & Cos pj
Kuit and Hotel.
geff jjf Itf
a. m tt p. m... m p m
Mon4iy t 9 'i 6 10.19 1 1 J.tl
Tutiiay lo.ai 1.6 ti.t.. I 6 04
1 'p. m. a m
W4riJay 'n 45 1' m 1 ' S
p, m I
ThuitJay 111161S o Jlj ''! 6c8
Friday j 1 ti 1 J 1 ti' I o 7 11
m. p.m. 1
Saturday 6, 1 01 1 a. 09 t to 8.09
Sunday t 45 1 J JO 5' 9
MonJay S to 1.7 II1'U1I
rtZAdt. in tbtt tclumn utit bt intttttd l
VltSrJI etntt a lint tnt iHttttio! if etrtt two
tnurltonit to ctmt tmt tvtt, 40 ciiri two uttut,
sJ to ttnlt cm monlb, 7n tttbt tttttttt 4vf
titinf txtf ofttti tbi Ptcpit a Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
.,7 KING STREET, Thoie Main ,8.
JieincM with Vl(.
European CVk $60
Jjp to do bolltrwork,
wl( tor wjithlnp and
raonm, roara anj room,
American boy at driver
common works. Store boy
Jaranit woman as
tirst class cook, fjwttk
board and room
noucmau. Man 'i !?
wife maku about $$ fr
month, dlvt houst to
Jaiianf boy or Chi
net, Knr1 rvant,
Mkt (are of on hcre
$ week, hoard and room
japanttf nrn cook to
wrtk, board and room.
Japanei or Chine
f rsi ct ok, f to rr month
board and room.
Jaranti woman huic
maid and little waahlnc
$1 jo wtek. board and
Japancie yard boy, fa
week, board and room.
Amtrlcan boy about 14
yeart old at wlerk and
Salesman clear itore, St
Chines family cooV,
ardVoy and stable boy.
tT Complaints atatntl
ttirouch our asrencv
win r receivej ana
rut dn on our
THAT J. P. MELIM, iho.rn.ktr, hit r,mov,J hli
iriop from Hottl Si., to Inlrtn St , nxt dnor to
'cDon.H fV la-fo fn-tr'M r ri8wt
:lECIAL NOriCE-Dr. Hilly, tr JentHI, ti.i
J l.sumrd rricllf. In M otfic. rn Fort Si ,6,g.im
NOTICE 10 Owntr'f Archllrcli It Uulljn'i. E.
V. Qulnnof trs Union St , ltprepir.4 to fur
nlh tstlmitts on Srit dais modern plumbing. Pat
ron.gt to'kltei. M O. Hon ijt. t6q-1 m
VOTICE TO BL'ILDERS-Tht Union Errm Co
Mi WHITE SAND FOR SALK mitt
ANTrD-A SMALL UNFU"NlSHtD IOT-
lAur. wjirrstr-. J K . tni office ftnwi
WANT ED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the WilVikl
WASTED at one two ladles ol rleasLflt? aJ
' dress for special work amona; ladles. For r
IcularsaJireis Mrs Harmony. I. O o.
flfticu-WAiuiLsto repair by Jeweler of 13
ji A,'Tiiini.r, u. iiici, 417 iUUinU 31
ID PAPERS TO EXCI1 NCE (or rin Ci,
ion Kg prr'y t nunttm omci. is'-oti
EXPERIENCED SEWINO CilRLS In dretinxklnf
Jr.rlmnt Vhllny & Mirih i6o
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oytttri rvJ n tM ifitll only Try his
'muu film ana Kgg o.nawicnrt .nj uontc .or
Vuu.nu .nJ HiKI ttrttli. DICK DALY, Proprlttor
CROM Octohtr 1, office on Ifotel ilrMt, .t prit-t
' occurLJ fy Ml D. Urtlju.. Su till, lof
Jictor or Jtntlit Apply to Mrs. Coo.i. Hotel St
iIT .'I. C.A. 1848- iw
TO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE on Youne St. t.
twn Kfium ku nJ Pllk I 1'rMti. Apply tn
titmiK or inrpn'.n. O.T. I041tr
ELL Furnished rooms, with board. Seftcn
nouif, lounr street, near nikoi. 16 mt
LPT 1 nlitw Inrnkliat rnnmn In.lu a .
Hotel sret. litt.ff
R RENT-OfFICt. Apply to J.M. Monsarrat,
No. iq Merchant street. isiltf
THE btst two for ti clear In town It tha IIIPMNf
tobhadatthM)UleC()7arStore next toOr-
n-um. ffii Kinjs 01 wanna cigars a rec'altv.
A PHAETON In flrstclais condition, lust repalrid
, : " Fm' FPy io u. e. mnnii, inter
Itland Steamship Company i(6iwi
CHE P to 000 feet rustic; net cash. Inquire at
Washlncton Mercantile Co.. Ltd.. Tnri and
Queen streets iBfiwi
L70H SALE-A beautiful tilth ffr'da upright PIANO
Must be sold at one No reasonable offtr rt-
luted. AddeisJ W ih 1 omce.
COR SALE-A MCE MODERN COTTAGE ltb
irun anj tnaae wees, corner Anapuni and uu
mlnlt streets. $1000 cash, balance in easy InttJitl-
mentt Apply nrxt door toj. H Cummhgt itntt
COR SALE $9co. Leatrho'd on Fort street, near
1 kukul. f)cart to run. Ground rent only 56)
111 ilium, nirx iu
ILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
tl6 Merchant St,
FO SALE-LOTS In a.ama near town. All slies
and r rls. Arrlvto
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
j6 .Merchant St.
COR SALE 14000. Leasehold on Quten s rett.
iri riuTxiiuiu iron wotks. t4 jears to run,
Splendid Warthout Location.
Apply to UlLLIAAt SAVIDGE, & CO.
too Merchant street
COR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the i property vt Wm. G. Irwin, Esa Apply tc
jainei ny, American aiaciei, .Mercnant anj Klcti
FOR SALE Lots 30x100 In Nuuanu tract ts down
liopernont). J, H. Schnack, 11) Mtrchant
SALE LANDS IN ALL PADTC on tub
ITY. By J.M VIVAS nit
I OST-AROLL of uall paper, addressed "R c
H Greeorv & Co." The finder will 1 leas return
th tame o the above addreis, 6ir Fort St. i6jti
LOST Solltir dlataond rlne In the vicinity of th
Hawaiian Hotel, SunJay night. Stpt aj. Under
will please leatetam at hotel office and receive suit
able reward. t6aa-tt
I OST a gold enameled r'n: mono prim II. . tj
- tncrlmtonand pold. Finder please return to
this otlk and rtcelva reward. tt
COUND-AN IMPERIAL ItlCYCLE. O.nn cm
hi, lam mhi(ij iniini; mi utii Ointf, EivinjE
numb.r and palnc for th advertisement, ififiwt
COUND-A IJUNDLE OF lit ACK CRAPE en Hot. I
ttreet opposite th Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this offic by pailne lor this advertisement;
FOUND, receipt or Iustal Savings Bank Book.
.. -,- -,.. , .,, ut hiii UIV r,-j I.HIIIIIV
at this office and payln for thts advertisement.
f 1i riWTiaiT i I ill! l -
KH HI A - M. M1
ANEMIft, POORNESS OF BLOO:
LOSS OF COLOUR.
II. , ..I.'I.iimI. i n
I by th. Leaillni PbyaJolt
VMt net CpnmpaU.
flow w Uluttn lt TmU
8000 brlngt bach
1. rutin liumriH di.
k.M .r lra wImi, .ililn ... tlb.r Imlt.u.ti ( lb
' initi. ill y an n..j.i ... DmiiTu
wholn.l no Rr LifnTii., ram
TT-WIII Mil III I II I II III mi II
Tbe Evening Uullc'.lq, 7t vntA per
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED J5
ift?ir SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES'
E. O. HALL
-King street, next
OS I. X. L.
Has made another
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
,FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 9-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
- Oa - Hand
New Shipments Every .Month.
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALQ OV
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
The EIGHTH ASSESSMENT of the
aiove stock of 5 Pr cent, or 52.50 ner
shire was due A'lRUbt tst, 1900, anj Is
The NINTH ASSESSMENT of 5 per
cent, or 52. ;o per share was due on Sept.
1st. igoo, pavs penalty from this date, and
will be delinquent on Oct 31, 10:0.
The TENTH ASSESSMENT of s per
cent, or f:.5o per share Is due today Oct.
1st, and will pay lnte-et on and after
Nov. 1st, 1900, becoming delinquent Nov.
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1900. 1G50
ltEaiSTUATION ROLLS AUG NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT 18 THE
DUTY OF EVEIIY IIUPUULICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
& SON, Ltd.
to Bulletin Office-
Bedroom Sets. Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers. Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE '
In All Parts ol the City ti .
8-room New House, To Let, King street
House and Lot, Kalllil.-unly f :oo.
House and Lot, Walklnl, joo.
House and Lot, Kewalo. cheap.
t2 Lot', Kapahulu Road, a bargain.
G Choice Lot, Kaplolanl Park Addition,
at 5200 per lot.
A Home, Punahou, only fuse
House and Lot, Puunul, J20CO.
Do you WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Room ?
Do you WANT a Bicycle V ' "
Do you WANT a Horse ?
Do you WANT a Wagon ?
Do you WANT a Wife?
Do you WANT a Husband ?
Do you WANT a Housekeeper?
Do you WANT a Servant ?
Have you Anything to Sell ?
Have you Lost Anything?
Have you Found Anything ?
WANTS 15 cents a line one Insertion, 25
cents two Insertions, 30 cents one week,
40 cents two weeks, and Co cents one
month. This Is the cheapest advertis
ing ever oftered to the people of Honolulu.
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