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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1900,
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA
Carriage Painting a$ Repairing
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
tfUmj' P? !'f - . '
Jas. F. Morgan
II 88 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
in Sugar Co,, 11
SATURDAY, Oct. 20, 1000,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, u Queen street, Hono
lulu, I will sell at Public Auction by order
of the Treasurer, Mr J. P. Cooke, the
following certificates of stock In the
Nahlku biiRar Co., Ltd., unless the 4th
Assessment, due June 20th, 1900, delin
quent Oct. 1st, 1900, with Interest thereon
and advertising expenses Is paid on or be
fore the day and hour of sale.
No. C A. Names. Starts.
134-143 Geo. E. Smithies 1000
107 A. G.Cunh'a 25
191 J. H.Love 2$
196 Handwell II 15
223 H. Itapal 25
220 Ho Pol 50
228-C. G. Ballentyne 100
239-W. E. Shaw 66
284-26311. C. Austin 1000
272 J. F. C. Abel 50
2Q5 D. W. Roach . .m 20
333 Chum Lee Chong 20
J66-C.G. Ballentyne 250
j8i J. H. Callaghan. 50
38 H. Hapal 25
38S CheeSum 20
389 Lum Chang Tong 10
390 Chung On 15
399 Wong Tow 30
430 Lum Nam Chin 10
401 Lum Duak- 10
420-422 Thos. Smith 10
433-445 C. Kaiser 400
456 Honolulu Invest. Co., Ltd... 200
48 O. Kaiser 75
473 J. O. Spencer 20
476 Wm. Young 10
488- 93 F. Hustace...,. ;....'..... 300
514 ChlngLal 25
515 Geo. McDougall, Jr, 2s
536 J. P. Mendonca 500
537 J P. Mendonca 250
621 E. C. Winston 100
628-629 P. NoW 50
6tS-Vo-G. D. Mahone 7;
663-E. U. Hewett 50
664-G. C. Hewitt 25
687-G Schuman 0
600 W. C. Achl 250
695-J. L Sllva 'o
704-705 k. Kaiser 75
710 F. Barwlck 50
725-726 E. R. Stackabl 5
700-ueo. N0CI1 5
JAS. F. MORGAN,
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Oct. 3rd, 1900.
P, O. Bo ?i IslinJ CorresponJ"Ki Solicited
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Ne.xtto Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
" Name on Every Piece."
for salb ar
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
May Compete With
The Sugar Trust
New Orleans, Oct. 7. During the past
week elevator property nntl otner prop
erlv on the river front have been pur
chased by the United Krult Company.
or the fruit trust or Uoaion, wnicn con-
tiols absolutely the untie In troplcRl
Irults with CentrnI and South Ameri
ca, ami that company has purchased
properties in now urieans wnn me m
tentlon of entering tho field as n com
petltur or the sugar trust by raising
sugar In the West Indies ami Ccntrul
America and bringing It to New Or
leans for refining.
For two years capitalists Interested
In the United Fruit Company have had
a gigantic enterprise on foot Involving
the production of raw sugar In vast
quantities. They bought a sugar plan
tation In Costa Hlca, where they mid;
experiments which convinced them that
the scheme was not chimerical. It was
nothing more nor less than alternating
with the production of fruit and sugar
on the same lands. They began to
purchase vast tracts of sugar lands In
Cuba, and It, Is said that up to the pres
ent time, have acquired over 600,000
acres of the finest sugar lands In Cuba.
CONSERVATIVES ARE SAFE
Associated Press Special.
London, Oct. 10. The announcom, nt
today of results of yesterday's polling
show the Liberals have made three
gains, Wlsbeck, Lancaster and Barn
staple, that the Ministerialists have
gained one seat, Dumfrleshlre and that
the Nationalists have secured one,
The total number of members of Par
liament elected upto the present Is 549,
as follows: Ministerialists, 331; Op
Inthe three-cornered fight In South
Dublin, J. .Mooney. Irlsh-Natlonallst,
ousted the Conservative member, Hon.
Horace C. Plunkett, whoso candidacy
was also opposed by Mr. Ball, another
To 8t. Helena.
Island of St. Helena. Oct. 9. The
British transport Idaho landed nboul
200 Boer prisoners here yesterday.
General Cronje and the other Boer pri
soners are preparing a big celebration
of Paul Kruger's birthday tomorrow.
jEGESSLERSf; will refund
jr MAGIC I; the money
HEADACHES: if they fal!
WAFERS , i to cure.
A quarterly meeting of the Board of
Trustee f the Qjfen's Hospital will be
held t Chamber of Commerce on Thurs
day thetSth day of October, at 10 o'clock
Per order GEO. W. SMITH,
The Republican Drill Corps are ordered to
ASSEMBLE FOR PARADE
0- -at the Drill Shed at 6:jo p. rrr. o
On Thursday, Oct. 18
L'ne of Much will be trom Hotel to
Nuuanu, to Vineyard to Fort, to King to
Palace "Square, where counter match to
Rlchardf street, and then to Dilll Shed.
y MAJOR C. W. ZEIGLER,
Weather Bureau, Pnnahou. October!
17. Temperature Morning minimum,
OS; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 20.03. UUIng.
Rainfall 2.58. S.15 .it Mnknlia.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity at 9 n. m 77 per cent.
Tuesday, OctoSer 16
Gas schr Eclipse, Gahan, from Kona
ports, Klhel ana L-halna.
Wednesday, October 17.
O & O. S. S. Coptic, Render, frm
Tues Jay, October 9
Stmr Maul. Park-r. for Maul oorts.
StmrW. G. Hall. Thompson, for Ka
Uas senr. surprise, lor iiauai ports.
S;hr Ladv. for Koolau corts.
S.hrWalalua. Weisbarth. for Hanalel
stmr Lehuj, Bennett, for Molokal ports.
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, for Kauai
bcm.M le. Morris, tonaunaeie, ior no-
U S Naval, collier Justin. Scott, for Ma
nila via Guam.
Am bkt Skagit. Robinson, for Port
From San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S.
Coptic, Oct. 17.-II. llelntz, H. S. Lot-
ne.ij, 11. u. Ken ami wile, n. k. uunni
vay, H. M. MacKinnon, H. M. Horsev
and B. 1 . Horsey. 1 hrough for Yokoha
ma: F. B. Abenhelm, H. F. Arthur, R.
R. Bowles. A. J. Glllott, Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. UeMerman, Mist L. Lovell, A. Mayer.
W. OUenbourg, M. Takakl and servant,
T. lanaka. Mrs. J. W. Wadman and four
children. For Kobe: Mrs. M. J. Shea,
F. N. Shea. Mrs. G P. Godsev. Rev. and
Mrs. S,s, White and twn children. For
Nagasaki: Dr. R. I. Bowie, Ceo. M.
Lilven, A. L. Douglass, Mr. aim
Mrs. S. D. Hepburn, Miss M.
C. Hubbard. W. A. Valance. F01
Shanghai: Mrs. Addis, four children
aud nurse, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Feam and
fwo children, Louis Goodnnw, A. Koehn,
Captain Maccate, Capt. Overton. F01
11 nckonc: Mrs. M. Bevfus. levls Bland-
l'ig, L. L. Colver, Mrs. A. C. Jackson,
Mrs. J. N. Jordan and son. F. B. Lawlor,
Mrs F. B. Law or. J. B. Metcalf. Mrs A,
W.Roberts, Rev. and Mrs. E. Z Simmon,
.Mrs, T. L. Smith, Mrs. Ross Thomson,
Miss J. lucxer.
New Schooner Launched,
The new schooner Mlnner E. Calne was
launched from the shin vards of the Mo
an Bros. Co., her builders, on the after
noon of October 0. sne is a mojern tnree
masted schooner and wTII cost. In com nih
il on. about 7?.ooo. Her general dlmen-
slon are: Keel 183)1 feet; beam. 41 feet,
and 1 5 feet depth of hold. The conlract
provides tor her completion In time to
ntace her In commission October 25. Al
ready sue Has a cnaiter wnicn win lane
her first from Pueet sound, with a cargo
of lumber, for Sydney Australia. Thence
she goes to Newcastle, there securing a
cargo of coal for this port.
Loaded with sugar, she will return to
San Francisco, here taking on a general
merchandise ctrgo for Seattle.
Bryan In Michigan.
llenlnn Harbor. Mich.. Oct. 10. Mr.
Ilrynn began a two days' tour of Michi
gan today, making tho first spTechMii
that State at East uunalo. uero.-e
reaching that place, however, ho had
made one short address at Michigan
Denton Harbor was readied a few
minutes before 9 o'clock while Mr. Bry
an was eating breakfast. Tho speak
er's platform stood near the train and
the Immense crowd waited patiently
while Mr. Bryan hurriedly finished hie
meal. Mr. Bryan Calked for half an
hour at this point, dwelling especially
upon trusts and Imperialism.
Hazleton, Pa., Oct. 10. Tho second
fattrt-rlash between the Btrlklng mine
worKcrx unci tho non-union men nc
curred today at Oneida colliery in
Schuylkill county, twclvo miles from
here when a coal and Iron policeman
was shot and Instantly killed and an
other policeman unci a Btrlker serious
ly Injured. In addition a band of em
ployes of the colliery wero badly Injur
ed by being stoned by the strikers. The
Head man Is Italph Mills of JJeaver
.Meadow. George Kefler of Heaver Mea
dow Is In the hospital here with a bul
let In his head. The striker injured it
Joseph Lliho -who was shot thruursh
Tho shooting was the result of two
separate Hots. The flrst began at ,'i
o'clock this morning and reached a clr-
max at o o clock, when tho marching
strikers, mostly Hungarians, attacked
tho men on their way to work at tho
Oneida colliery, which Is operated by
Coxo IirotherB & Co. The marchers
numbered about 300 men, women nnd
boys. Stones were thrown and the cosl
and Iron policemen who endeavored to
protect those on the way to work wero
forced to seek shelter. No shots wero
tired at this time nnd the marchers
The second clash was tho result of an
attempt on the part of tho company tu
have u train of coal curs from tho slopo
mou'd to tho breaker. Tho engine
which was attached to the cars, was
surrounded by men and women who
threw stones. Superintendent Kud
of Drltton remuuutrated with tho
crowd to no purpose.
The policemen In this Institution
were employes who had been sworn In
to protect the company's collieries.
Rev, Carl Houser, a Lutheran clergy
man, appealed to the mob In vain to
disperse. Persfstent attempts wero
made to run tho train nnd tho men
made a rush uuon tho guards who 'ire
said to hno run In tho dliectlon of tin
engine house. The strikers gave chuso
and tho firing followed. Probably n
dozen bIkiIs were fired Hut not In a vol
ley. It Is not known frbm whlcH side
the first shot wus fired. After tlio
shouting .Mills and Keller were found
lying on tho ground and Llpko stag
gering about with bis hands pressed
over his heart,
fet2Mf. in till ttlumn uill h inttrttJ f
1 ttntt a lint ont tmttttten ttntt two
inuitim. o ttntt ont , 40 ttntt two uttki,
mud to ttntt ont montt, 7 tit it tbt tbtstttt Wf
Ciuitf tvtr tftrti tit ptoplt f Honolulu.
The Fort Employment
KINO STREET, 'Phons Main s.
Jiptnf with If.
Jar to do billcrwork,
wli for washing ni
houurriti, Man Ji day
wife makt atoul $tj pr
tTHiMU. (iUe houjt to
t Ivlnjj Country.
Jifanttc boy of Chi
ncse, central tervant,
aVt care of on horse.
I) week, board and room
European Cook $60
month, board and room.
American toy a driver
bricklayers, I umber works
common works. Store boy
Japanese woman as
board and room
Chines family roo,
yard ?oy and stabt boy,
japanfM arMCooK o
week, board and room
Japanese or Chinese
first c ok, Jto per month
board and room,
ma I J and little washing
through our apency
put dwn on our
$j,jo wek, board and
Jaranesevard boy. fa
wek, toird and room.
American boy, about 14
veart old as .lerk and
Sa'esman cigar store, Xa
BAROAINS IN JEWELlY-vou (an irrt On .1
M F 11 CAS, foj llo'tl bt. Fin. Engr.vlns
snj rn.irellne dnn. lE6
NOTICE Sv. Ilm. and .xr.nw rtllr'ng
Room. or lloutct with ATKINSON. 46 Mr
chinl mil, , 1M1
SPECIAL NOTICE-Dr. MjJiy, Ihe JtilKI. hat
rasumei practlct Inhltoffif.on IflttSl i6ig-im
MOTICE TO BUILDERS-Th. Union Eipr." Co.
' hi, WHITE SAND FO SAIF mill
WANTtD-CaihboyiatB. F. EhlV if etoJi
store, Fott St. iwi-iw
M. F. tUCAS, Howl St.
W'ANTED-A SEIOND-IIAND Smith- l'ral.r
l'r,tf AJi-f. P.O.Box toi. tfrntwi
ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED S'LESMAN In
th. Jrv ff .od dtrartmint. Paclfle Imoort Co.
S. Ehrllch, manager. i66it
ANTFD-rllRNISHrD AND UNIURNISIIED
HOUSLS, ATKINiUN, .6 Mtrchant It.
ANTED-rURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
KUUMS. ATKINSON, 46 Merchant bt.
I ETTERS Aitreements, Documents &c. to typewrit
L- on SHORT NOTICE and at ReJu e Rates.
1661 ATKINSON. 46 Merchant St.
UANTED-THIRTY MEN-HACKMEN-for the
vv llawat'an Automobile Company, Intfl'fgent
men ol steady habits, with Rood reference, onty re
quired KnowteJce nf streets a necessity. Young
menrftTH Preliminary Instrvctlon In training
school RlvenwMI under sa!ar; uniforms furnished
a cM; good Mages. Ari'ty personally to Manager
Hawaiian utuirobMe Company, at Rapid Transit
Company's office, 41 1 Fort street, between 0 and 10: jo
or mall. Box t6. 16401 1
WANT ED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Waiwikl
WANTED at one two ladles of pleasing ai
' dress for special work among laiies. For par
Iculars address Mrs Harmony. P. O. )to.
VANTED-WATCHESto repair by (eweter of u
years experience. G. DIET2, 41T Nuuanu St
ID PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE tot clean Cot-
tonwaga. Aprpiy t uuiittm umc. ijso-tr
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served n th. shell only Try his
famous Ham and trs? Sandwiches and Coffe. Cor
Nuuanu and Hitel streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
THREE six room. twos' rv hojse. hM and cold
I water, sanitary plumMnfe; lust finished. Ap-ly
to Y. M. Minion. Gear, Lanslnc & Co., Judd Build
T-O LET A nlc. new a rooms cottar, sltuat. on
lleckwlth St. near I'unahou. Apply F. COHNN
at Gear, Lansing & Co.. Judd Build ng. ites-iw
TO LET- Rooms suitable for Doctors or Dentists
ofticts, In c (tares next to th- New St.lncr build
Inr fi Hotel St. Inquires at Mrs. A. V Napthaly's
mlliirery pirlors, next doer. itfo-tw
WELL burnished rooms, with board. Sefton
Houm. Younr Street, near I'llkol. i6yami
Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
I No. ig Merchant street.
PR SALE-An English mad. Upright Piauo for
only $73 do, Address " W" this office.
PR SALE 3oo. Futnltur.of s-rocmed cottag.
near towt, with privilege of renting cttage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE 8c CO..
6 Merchant St.
THE bit two for it cigar In town Is the LURLINE
to be had at th. Myrtl. Cigar Store next toOr-
r hum. All kinds of wanna cigars a specialty
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
trull and snaa. trees, unrner Anapuni anj uo
minis streets. Siooocaih. Balance tn easy Install
ments. Apply next door toj. H Cummlngs. i6,otf
COB SALE LOTS In 'alatna near town. All slies
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE t CO..
o6 Merchant St.
PR SALE S.ooo. Leasehold on Quern s rett,
near Honolulu Iron Works, s. )ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
eo6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of Hack cach horses formerly
the property of Wm. G. Irwin, hsa. Apply tc
James Cany, American Stables, Menhant and Rich
ards street, j i6i.-tl
ITOR SALE Lots soxion In Nuuanu tract fit down
r l io per month. J. II. !chnaclc. as) Merchant
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF. THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS U
LOST-DUAIT No 6i)Jrawn nn AlcxanJa& 0t J
win W Hawaiian Sutra r Com: any. In favor of
I p. Greatly fur $a8o. 'hat bien lokt anJ all persons
are cauiionca aeainii necomiing .ime
itowi ALEXANDER & BALDWIN
LOST Sollfart Jlamoni ring In the vicinity of the
Hawaiian Hotel, Sunday nfcht, Stpt . Inier
wilt pleaw leave lama at hotel office anJ uceKe suit
able reward. 164 4 -If
IOST a eoM enameled p!n; monogram U S., 06
, - In crimson anJ toll, FlnJer please return la
this office anJ receive reward. tf.
COUND-A 11UNDLE OF UlACK CRAPE on Hotel
street opposite the Aillngton Owner can obtain
same at this oftic. by paying for this advertisement
COUND, a receipt for Postal Savin is Dink Boi.k,
No. 618 U Owner can obtain same by calling
at this ohtc. .nd paying for this advettliement.
PEH B. 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full Una of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red pota'ocs, jatcs, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quvll. A -all line of
panned goods. OAMArtlNOS' REKRI
rEHATOP OeutHChlfinil AhIiopc.
Hiimburg, Oct. C Tho Ilamburg
Ameilcun lino steamer Deutschlnirl,
which Balled today for Now York, went
ngiound at Pagcnsund. . .
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED fS?-
v& SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
E. O. HALL
-King street, next
THE I X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chttlret Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureausi Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
fidr Selling Agents for
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Day Building f
Constantly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
We have the FRESHEST and PUREST
lot of Drugs to be found in the T. of H.
An Experienced Compounder who knows
Bring your perscriptions to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Japaneu in hoth k
White ii(2 -Fanq;
of' all 'sues.
tt iWtif, and White.
'n limje variety
Lewers & Conke,
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
TUB . . .
Fine Job Printing at the bulletin
& SON, Ltd. ffl t
to tiuneun umce-
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 9-
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
tt In All Paris ol the City 11
House and Lot. lot 100x140; good house,
comer lot. rlRht In town; a bargain.
Several good cottages TO LET, cen
House and lot, Walklkl, at a sacrifice.
Good Building Lot, Wilcox Tract, King
Several choice lots. Kaplolani Park Ad
dition. Good Paying Restaurant, splendlt loca
tion, complete, only 5850 cash.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
ALSO , .Mr ,
We also have a
Fine line oT ; . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundredt in uoe tn this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
FEINTING I Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T ders until A p. m,
ROMPTLY Saturdays. . . .
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