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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER n. 1900.
Carriage Painting gg Repairing
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA
PENNANT . . .
4 - - BICYCLES
BLUE EN MEL and GUARANTEED gf7
-& SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.'
Jas. F. Morgan
II 83 Queen litre
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
SENATORS, ISLAND OF OAHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hun. J. 0. Carter,
F. J. Testa,
Charles W. Booth,
Major J. M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John H. Wise.
Hon John E. Bush,
Hon. S. M. Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
Hon. Samuel K. Pua,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
Ftr adilticnal 5htr.lri2 Ntwt tt levintb raft,
Sail Sugar Co,, Ltd,
SATURDAY, Oct. 20, 1000,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom, i) Queen street, Hono
lulu, 1 ulll sell at Public Auction by order
of the Treasurer, Mr. J. P.Cooke, the
following certificates of stock In the
Nahlku Sugar Co., Ltd., unless the 4th
Assessment due June 20th, iooo, delin
quent Oct. 1st, 1900, with Interest thereon
and adertlslng expenses Is paid on or be
fore the day and hour of sale.
No C ll. Narott. Shartt
U4-U1 Geo. E. Smithies 1000
1C2L.T. Kenake 10
1G7 A. G.Cunha 25
191 -J. H. Love 25
ir5 Handwell II 15
223 H. Ilapal 25
220 Ho Pol. 50
228-C. G. Ballentyne 100
WO-W. E.Shaw CO
284 -cOj II. C. Austin jooo
272 J. F. C. Abel 50
29$ D.W. Roach....-....!... 20
)?) Chum Lee Chong 20
3G6-C. G. Ballentyne 250
381 J. H. Callaghan.. 50
J85 H. Hapal 25
188 CheeSum 20
jSo-Lum Chang Tone 10
100 anting un 15
309 Wong Tow 30
450 Lum Nam Chin 10
401 Lum Duak 10
42422 Thos. Smith 10
433-44'. C. Kaiser 400
45i Honolulu Invest. Co., Ltd.- 200
48 O. Kaiser 75
471 J. O. Spencer 20
476 Wm. Young 10
480 M. A. Stolz 125
S- ij3 F. Hustace 300
514-ChlngLal . 25
31 J Geo. McDougall, Jr, 25
536 J. P. Mendonca 500
?37 J P. Mendonca 250
621 E. C. Winston 100
628-629-P. Noble 50
658-lw-G. D. Mahone 75
663-E. U. Hewett 50
664-G. c. Hewitt 25
6G0-L.T Kenake 10
687-G Schuman 10
090 W. C. Achl 250
&05-J. L. Sllva jo
754-705 C Kaiser 175
710 F. Barwlck 50
725-726 E. R. Stacltable 50
706-Geo. Koch 5W
Monday .. ..
POPULAR PURSER H0D60N.
O. A. Hodson, the popular purser of
tin S. S. Moana, leaves tlint steamship
at this port, much to the sorrow of
every one of the officers aboard and
passengers who travel back anil forth
between the Colonies nntl San Fran
cisco. Ills services to the company for
which he has worked have been of such
value that he has been taken over by
the Occunlc Steamship Co. to be purser
of the new steamship Sonoma, which Is
soon to arrive In San Frnnclsco. He
will remain here until the arrival of
the Alameda, taking that steamer for
San Francisco. From that city, he will
proceed East to attend to the matter
of supplies, etc., for the Sonoma.
On Wednesday night, .Mr. Hodson
was both surprised and pleased at the
receipt of a purse of 25, made up by
nt least three-quarters of the cabin pas
sengers aboard the Moana, together
with a testimonial Illuminated by F.
J McComas, an artist of Sydney, who
has done a lot of work In his line In
these Islands. The presentation was
made by Mr. E. Turner, well known
here, who Is one of the through passen
gers. The testimonial reads as fol
lows: 0. A. Hodson, Esq.,
Purser II. M. S. Moana.
Dear Mr. Hodson: It Is with ex
treme regret that we, the undersigned
passengers of the R. M. S. Moana, who
have been your fellow travelers on
this and other voyages, wish you farewell.
In asking your acceptance of this ad
dress and purse of sovereigns, we wish
you all good luck, and are glad to know
the Moana's loss Is to better your position.
(Signed by thirty passengers.)
San Francisco, Oct. 4 The star, cres-
ent and scimitar, errbltm of tht Mvstlc
Shrlners, are emblazoned In red paint upon
the bows of the steamer Zelandla, which
Is to leave the first of next week for Ha
waii with several hundred shrlners on an
excursion. A reception Is to be held on
board the Zealandla to Invited guests Sat
THE YOUNG MEN'S REPUBLICAN
CLUB D-1LL CORPS will meet for
drill at the Armory at 7:30 FRIDAY
EVENING. All those who have volun
teered, as well as any who desire to join
the corps will please report to Major
Remember Friday evening, Oct. 12th,
iqoo, Drill Shtd, 7:30 o'clock.
1658-2 CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
Notice of Copartnership.
In compll-mce with the requirements of
Chapter 28, Ltws of 1880, notice Is h:ie
bv given that the undersigned have form
ed a copartnership as follows: I t,
1. Names and residences of members:
Francis M. Hatch, Honolulu:
Reuben D. Sllilman, Honolulu;
Btniamln L. Mar.x. Honolulu.
Nature of business: Practice of Law.
Firm name: Hatch It Sllilman.
Place of business: Hono'ulu, uanu,
The Evening Bulletin,, 75 centf per
xonth. . ........,
Lessons in ART EMBROIDERY will
he given by Mrs. II. H. Williams at th
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping done.
' MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS.
4.clJ t Hi
4.4I 10 lit, 4
5 )t 11. 01
6 .6 II 44
7.30 a. m.
O If. O 41
Last Quarter of the Moon on the Hti
at 112:1 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul 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 Jan-of 157 30. The
time whistle X .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the ame as Greenwich Ob.
Ai, in flu tnlnnm eti kt inttrttd ji
II ttntt a ttmt cut tnttrtitn! i ttntt tn-f
taimicai; jo ami cnt wtt, 40 ttntt ;uv urtai,
tJ 60 etntt cue mmf. 7u if tbt tbttNtt tdxtf
Hunt txtr efftrtd ttt fit opt t ef Honolulu.
The Fort Employment
tf KINO STREET. Thoxe Main j8.
Japnst lth wlf.
Jn to do bolttrwoik,
wilt for w.ur.1rijr and
houMmald, Man f 1 4ayt
wife makt about f 1$ per
north. Glvt houst lo
Japanese tflyof Chi
fw, cntral trrvant,
lakt care of ont horf.
9 week, board anj room
( Japan ! ftfitcuok 56
wrt k, board and room.
Japantte or Chin
ftrttc ok, f to ftr month
board and room.
JtpaneM woman hue
maid and little wattilm?
fa jo week, board and
Jaranete vard bov. It
week, board and room.
American roy, about 14
yeara otd at .lMk and
Sa'ennan drar itore, 54
European Cook $60
month, board and room,
American boy ai drler
Commonworka. Store boy
lrtcUiCooW, f 5 week
board and room.
Chinese family cook,
I houtework, gardener,
yard toy and stable boy.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
King street, next to Bulletin' Office
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Coptic S. F. Oct. 17
America Maru S. F Oct. 24
Austrnlla 8. F Oct. 21
Mlow era Victoria Oct. 27
Steamers For Due
Alameda S. F Oct. 12
Gaelic S. F. Oct. VJ
Aorangl Victoria Oct. 2t
Hongkong Maru S. F. Oct. 27
Australia S. F. Oct. SO
Weather Ilureau, I'unahou, October
11. Temperature morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, 85.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.98. Irregular.
Dew Point "IF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 727 per cent.
Dlnmond Head Signal Station, Oi
tober 11. Weather clear; wind light E.
HEAD OF POLITICAL COLUMN.,
Thursday, October it.
schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson,
through our apevy
will t rtcilvtJ ani
Bui Jn on ou
SPECIAL NOTICE-Dr. Holly. lh Itntln. hat
rtsumd rractlct In hll office on Fori St. l6l8-,m
NOTICE TO BUIIDERS-Th. Union Earmt Co
hit WHITE SAND FOR SALE f.n)
ANT ED-AN EXI't I ENuEt) took anl tMi.cn-
" try taUitnan. nooltalaryto thv rlcht man,
Communicatltm confil.ntlal. AJlrttt "Stallntrv
can of Enlnj Bulletin. t6tf
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
UANTED-A URKiliT white boy tirun crranda
and learn our business. A food pos'tl n
right boy. Apply 10 Wa'l, N chdsCo., Ltd.
tlANTED-TMIRTY MEN-HACKMEN-for the
V Hawaiian Automobile Company, Intelligent
men of steady habits, with good reference, only re
quired. Knowledge of streets a necessity. Yot.ni
men preferable Preliminary Instruction In training
school cH en while under salary; uniforms furnished
at com; good wages. Apply personally to Manartr
Hawaiian utomobilf Company, at HptJ Transit
Compan't office, 411 Fr.rt street, between g and to jo
or mall. Box 1 16. t(t4mt
llANTCD-A SMALL UNFURNISHED COT
W TAGE. Address F.J. R this office, lxm
ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Walklkl
Inn. itt 5
VANTED at one. two lalltt of pl.atlnjr al
vv drctt for iptclal work amonrlalift. Forpar
tlculart aldrttt Mrt Harmony. P. O t.
JlANTED-WATCHES to rrpalr by tltr oflj
vv ytaritxptrltnct. O. DIEtZ, 417 Nuutnu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH tNGE for1 clean Cot
CXPERJENCED "JEWINO OIRLS Inlicitmaklns
t department. Whitney tV Marth iU
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -i
Oyttert tervel n tht thell only Try hit
tamout Ham anl Err Sanlwlchet anl Coffee Cor
Nuuanu anl H)tl tuettt. DICK DALY, Proprietor,
WELL urnlthel roomt, with board. Stfton
Home. Younr Street, near Pllkol. t6jomi
from the Sound with limber for Allen
P. M. S. S. Moana, Carey, from San
stmt J.mes Makee, Tu'lett, from Ka
pia; 50 sks rice.
Wednesday, October ot.
P. M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, for
fwliina and japan.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Walmea.
Stmr Walaleale. Green, 'or Anahola.
Stmr N'llhau, Thompson, for Nawlllwlll,
Koloa and bleele. ,
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Kllauea and
Thursday, October ti.
Am. schr. Carrier Dove, for the Sound,
Am. bk. K. P. Rlthet, McNeill, for San
Am. sp. Gieat Admiral, Sterling, for the
Sound, in ballast.
Am. sp. Euterpe, Sachs, for Lahalna
U. S. A. T. Hancock, Struve, for Ma
nila via Guam.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
P M. S. S City of Pekins, Smith, for
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. .'or Kapaa
at 4 p. m.
Probably Total Loss.
San Francisco, Oct. 4. There Is now
small hope that the American ship Wa
shusett will ever be heard from. The ship
Is out 144 days from Newcastle, bound for
Kahulul, II. I. This mornlnc reinsurance
on the Wachusett rose to ninety per cent
Tne quoted figures of reinsurance on
th'ee other overdue shps rose this morn
Inc. They are: The Alexander McNeil,
1 5 days from Puget Sound to Freemantle,
N. S. W. forty per cent: the Lancing, llfi
days from Puget Sound to Point Plrle,
twenty per cent-, the Llmache, 79 days
from Callao to Troplllo, seventy pc cwt.
It Is rumored among shipping men and
brokers that the Wachusttt will be taken
off the list entirely wilhln a few days.
The Wachusett Is a very old ship, con
structed entirely of wool and left her last
port In anything but the best of conditions,
fi. 6. Queen Fur Honolulu.
Tacoma. Oct. i, The seamh!pQuctn
sailed last night for San Francisco with
125 passengers and a large amount of
Irelght, mostly salmon frcm the Alaska
canneries. This will' be the last trip the
Queen will make to the Sound, It having
been decided to place., her on, the regular
run from San hranclsco to Honolulu,
During the summer she made several ex-
cjrslnn trips to the north and one regular
trip In the place of the Cottase city
TO LET 4 nicety furnished rooms.
Applv at 6tQ,
FOR RENT-OFFlCfc. Apply to J. M.Monsarrat.
No. iq Merchant street nnt
A VALUABLE pleceof rmrerty situated 01 the
corner ot Punahou and King stree's, 100x108'
good locality: near roth the King and tferetanla
street car lines. Manv valuable fruit trees In full
Waring on the premUes. lor further Information
arp'ytiiW. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Room to, Judd
Art Embroidery Taught.
Cards nf Thanks.
The famllv of the late Mr. C. P. Aul J
wish to tender their heart-felt thinks to
thVmany kind friends and others who s
listed In many ways In their late bereave
ment, and also for the beautiful (lowers,
COR SALE-A HOUSE AND LOT In Robello Lane
, Address u H. u. pox. .,..,.,. , if.-,1.
THEbitttwo (ores clear In town Is tht LL'RLINE
to bt had at tht Mvrtli Clear Slore next toOr
urn. All kinds of Manila cfgars a recjaliv
PR SALE A btauMfu hi eh trad, uprliht PIANO
Must be sold at once. No reatonatlt offer rt-
fuMd.Add'esa J. w. th't office. iow'f
COR SALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE lth
fruit and shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets, ftooocash. (latance In easy Install
rnents. Apply neat door toJ. H. Cummlngs. iCiotf
rent only 6s
FOR SALE Ico. Leasehold on Fort
ICukul, 6 years to run. Ground re
rr annum. Arrlv lo
(.!... K.,r.-r- a -.
W1LLIAJV1 3AVIUUC UU
ec6 Merchant St,
TOR SALE LOTS In Palama near town. All sixes
and prices. Apply
AM SAVIDGE & CO..
nob Merchant St.
r near Honolulu Iron Works.
Leasehold on Queen s reet.
1 Works, nt ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Locatfon.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
too Merchant street
FOR SALE A par of Mack coach horses formerly
the rrorartvof Wm. G. Irwin. Eso. Arrlv to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
aras street, 101411
FOR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract tt$ down
iio per month. J, H. Schnack, tti Merchant
;OR SALE-LANDS IN ALL' PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M, VIVAS tlt
I OST BREASTPIN; small diamond set In cold
pansy, Sultatlt reward at Whitney & Marsh,
LOST Sotltare diamond ring In the v-clni'y of tht
Hawaiian Hotel, Sundae night. Sept tj. finder
Hill please leaesamt at hotel office and receive suit
able reward. i6iitf
LOST a cold enameled pin; monogram U. S., 96
Incrlmtonanj cold. Finder please return to
thi office and receive reward. tf
COUND-AN IMPERIAL BICYCLE, 0r
4 ot-taln tamtlhy c,llln(E at thlt ofilct.
numttr anj paylnK furtfit a 4ylrt ' t4nicn t. t6$iwi
nOUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Until
1 ttreet oppuiitt tht Arllntun Owntr can obtain
tamtatthlt otfict ty wing forthlt advtrtlicinent
POUND, rtctlft 'or Poital Savlnn Bank Book.
No. 618 B Ownrr can obtain tamt ty calling
at thlt offict anl paj Ine for this alvtitlscment.
SvsiiViViViYiViYiiVitj c u rc
i GESSLERfS i- morning
: MAGIC : headaches
, HEADACHES-before ,
i WAFERS 3 breakfast.
?W W.,.,.,.,..'5; W n-Ht. nil dnrftat.
TO CURK A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Talte Laxative, Brumo Quinine Tablets.
All tlruiiglsts refund the money It It
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box, IS cents.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chalret Rockers, Baby Carriages
Bureausi Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
ijMT" Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
" Day Building
near Fire Station
- On -
New Shipments Every Month.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer Kins and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts of the Cit 11
House an J Lot, lot 100x14c; good house,
corntr lot. right In town; a bargain.
Several gooj cottages TO LET, cen
House and lot, Walklkl, at a sacrifice.
Gnod Building Lot, Wilcox Tract, King
everal choice lots. Kaplolani Park Ad
dition. Good Paying Restaurant, splendlt loca
tion, complete, only 5850 cash.
"Name on Every;Plece."-
FOH SALB BY "
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
itlonna In Port.
The Jlonna nrrlved In port and luiuj
oil alongside tlio Oceanic wharf- at
about 8 o'clock tliU morning, having
bnlletl from San FraneUso at 8 o'clock
on the 4th Inst., lifter a delay of a duy
cmibed l)y the non-arrival of the Ens
llsh malls. Fine weather throughout
the trip was experienced. The Moana
Is on the boards to' sail for the Colonies
at 3"p, m, todny.
KITC AT Between September 3 and 5,
off the coast of Nome, Alaska, Percy
Harmnn, tilth sou ot James 11. Kit
cat, nf., of London, Unglaud, ngod
OILL1LAND In Honolulu, October 9,
1000, to the wlfo of H. L. (Hllllaud
of Walanae, a son.
CHIEF McCAIG HONORED
The Call ot Oct. 4 says:
The steamer Moana leaves tonight
on her last voyage fiom San rrnnclco
to Australia. Chief Engineer D. McCals
has made a host of friends here and
the Marine Engineers' Association ot
the United States would not allow him
to leave without a token of their re
gard. The chief was here In the Ma-
raroa nearly fifteen years ago and was
then for years In the Monotval. In tha
latter vessel he went with the first
Xcw Zenland contingent to South Af
rica and for his services received a
gold medal from the Government. In
presenting him with a handsome ring,
U. W. Tucker on behalf of the engin
eers of San Francisco said yesterday:
I have had a very pleasant duty dele
gated to mo and one which I can per
form with a great ileal of pleasure, and
with but one regret, and that Is that
our mutual friend Harry Tabrett Is not
You have been coming to our city for
the past fourteen years, during which
time we have had the opportunity to
;Ju4gefof:" your qualifications., .uml wa
have found you to be a man and a gen
tlemnn.and a thorough master of your
profession, and ready to extend the
right han'diot fellowship on all occa
sions. We. are sorry to know that you are
making your last visit, and la view of
that fact we have assembled here to
present you with a token of our regard
and esteem, not for Its Intrfnslc value,
but as an expression ot our feelings fo:
ward you, and as the years roll by and
you are punning to other ports you will
look batk upon this occasion with
pleasant memories, and with this slgj
net of friendship . on your hand can.
nover forget your engineer friends In,
San Francisco. ?
Chief Engineer McCalg made a fillip
able reply and then there was a general
celebration. The chief expects to go
Into the Intercolonial trade nntl the
only occasion on which he will be seen
by his old friends will be when tht)
Moana Is lying cither at Sydney or Mel
Chief McCalg has a host of friends In
Hoiiolulii who deeply regret,hls depar
ting from the-Honolulu run,' but nrs
hoping that the-rumor of tho'Moana
going on the Vancouver run will prove
.Jkt-i,fl . . 4 -yr-.T-it-Vs
ii'Tiimitmmim '' I