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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900.
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
PER S. 8. AUSTRALIA
N PENNANT . . .
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
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BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ::::::::
RtlltMt Wttchmcnfurnlthtd for itorts ind portrty. But City rtfirrnccfl farnltritd, Dtictlv
04 confiJentUl work of all tortt - - ,
Office Room 4 Model Block
Jas. F. Morgan
II 33 Queen 8tre
Ry request I luve ureneJ 6 bales of
ani will offer them for sale at my sales
room, 33 Queen St,
On Tuesday, Oct. 22,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Rugs will be on view all Jay Monday,
All Hues remaining unsolJ, Tuesday
will be re-baled and stored.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The New Werner Edition of
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roil ibo test Dictionary ct er put on Iho market it
i tow price This ttew edition coutalna man
rpee-lal features iturh as dictionary of Synonymi
nl Antonyms, lexicon of foreign p nrases, die
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rttUitni ml Hssiricter.rs. Akron. OhlO
I Tie W.ra. Company 1 1 thoroughly MliaMe J- Editef.
Marylnnd's employment Uurcuu.
Maryland Is to have n state employ'
rnent bureau, like those in Ohio and
Illinois. As no money has been ap
preprinted for Its maintenance, it wilt
(tart In a modest way, trusting in Its
success to Influence future legislatures
to authorize Its continuance at public
expense. The plans of Its Inreptors
aro far-reaching, looking to tho possi
bility of a chain of thew employment
bureaus n every state In the union, by
which surplus labor coull be ovenly
distributed throughout the country,
and every section supplied with help.
The Evening Bulletin, 78 cent per
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FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS:
(Unexpired Term, Bfith CongroM.)
(Full Term, 57th Congress.)
SENATORS, ISLAND OF OAHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
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,
R. W. Holt,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
" Name on Every Piece."
rOR SALB BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association
The annual meetlnz of the H. S. P. A.
will be held on Womhy, Oct. 22. at 10
oVIock a, in., In the rooms of the Y. M,
v. n. 1. DUI.IC) ciicuiy.
Notice of Change In Copartnership
The underslcned hereby announce that
Lee Man Mure has withdrawn from their
company, and tlut 1.0 bun lias cecome a
ntw partner In his place.
MAU SING WAI CO.
Oct. 20, 1900, By U'l Tim.
The undersigned. VVUIard E. Brown
and Frank Ilalstead, each of Honolul, the
Island of Oahu of the Territory of Hawaii,
have this day formed a co-pnrtneishlp
with each other for the purpose of carry
ing on the business of stock and bond
brokers, negotiating loans and acting as
trustees In said Honolulu, under the lirm
name of Halstrd & Co.
WILLAKD E. BROWN,
Dated Honolulu, Oct., 1900. ifJGO 2t
A Pittsburg physician who thought
of taking his colored servant with him
on a projected fishing trip intenogated
him as to his acquaintance with
ncquatlcs. After a few preliminary
questions he asked: "Have you over
rowed, James?" "Only pd the cyahs,
sab." Pittsburg Chronicle.
Weather Bureau, l'unahou, October
20. Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, S3.
Ilnronicter nt 9 a. m. 30.01. Falling.
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point GSF.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 66 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal btntlon, Oc
tober 20. Weather clear; wind light
Saturday, October ao.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, from China and
Am. p. He'en Urewei, from New York
TO SAIL rillS AFTKIINOON.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, for San Francisco
nt 12 midnight.
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, tor Hawaii
ports at 4 P. m.
, PASSUNQnUS AP.P.IVED.
From Hllo nnd way polls, per stmr.
Klnau, Oct. 20 Prince Dald Kawa
nanakoa, Krnst A. Henlckc nnd wife,
F. E. .Nichols, Mrs. J. Nr.wahl, I). I.y
W. F. Ormsby, J. T. Wrlpht, wlfo nnd
child, Mrs. Helen Kowlr.ml, A. I..
Moore, C. McOonaglc, Mr. W. A. Hen-
shilll, child nnd maid, .1. M. Horner, S.
Illnclt, wife and two children, II. Hall,
E. E. Oldlng, W. Ilooth, U. N. McCrae,
K. Ilcrcht, A. I.. Holsteln, Mrs. O. P.
Emerson, Jlrs. I'rnnk Woods rljtl child
Rout. Hind, Mrs. Afiit and two chil
dren, Mrs. Ahnee nnd daughter, I). Not'
tley, J. IV. Noannull, Mrs. T H. Lyons,
W. W. Illcker, D. C. Llr.dsny, C. A
ffnan nnd wife, S. W in, Mrt Es-
plnda, Mrs. F. Nnlnon, J. O. Ollvey,
Capt. Saxo nnd S5 on deck.
AMERICAN'S TRIAL TRIP
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. Off Dela
ware Capes thero Is stMirlng today a
ship that Is to he the first to open a
regular steamship sertleo between the
East, the Pacific Coact nnd Hawaii,
Tho vessel is the American, built at
Hoach's shipyard at Cluster, Pa., and
she Is making her olnVlnl trial trip
When it Is completed 3he will come to
Philadelphia, where 11 caio Is awaiting
her. Tho American Is the pioneer ship
of tho Amerlcun-Hannllan Steamship
Company, which will establish a rcgu.
htr line of steamers lie tv ten this port,
Pacific Coast ports and the Hawaiian
Following arc the passengers In the
Raellc who aro bound lor the States:
Or. Frank Anderson, U. 8. N.. Miss An
derson, Dr. II. Anenin, Mr. and Mrs.
John P. IlasB and child, J. A. Dennett,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. C. Bogue, A. Hus
chel, wife, child nnd sepnnt, Dr. and
Mrs. T. P. Crnwford, Miss Ellen E,
Dresser, E. Engel,, .Mrs. J. A. Fitch,
Master Ellsworth II. Fitch, Master
Hugh It. Pitch, Tlev. J. n Irvine nnd
child, Master Irwin, Miss Irwin, Lenz
Iznulerdo, Dr. John D. Jones, D. O
Judson, E. M. Llghtner, H. Vlllleis,
Lieut. J. Ltiymes, Rev. and Mrs. F, II.
Morgan, P. C. Potts, Mijor Geo. Rich
nrds, U. S. A., C. Salto. Chas. Schlcs-
Inger, K. Sekldo, C. Vljeciura, Rev. J.
II. Woods, wlfo mid child! en and IC,
Light VeHsel Wlthdpowti.
Washington, Oct. 10. Tho Light
botiso Hoard gives nolle u that about
November 1, 1900, light vessel No. 70,
moored about three and u ipiartcr miles
outside of tho bar off the entrance to
Pan I'rnnclsio harbor, will h ctempor
arlly withdrawn from ler station for
repairs, and tbo station will bo marked
by a gas buoy painted red with "light
vessel moorings" In black and showing
n fixed wblto light. Light vessel No.
70 will bo returned to her station as
soon as repairs are complete and tlie
buoy withdrawn, of which dsio notice
iv 111 be given.
Lurllnc'H CIohc Cull.
San Francisco, Oct. 10. After mnk
lng the good tlmo of seventeen tlays
from Kahulul, the brig Lurltns camo
near going on tho rocKb near Fort
Point about S o'clock Tuesday night
In coming Into tho harbor. There was
a dense fog at tho time, and before the
captain knew of his danger the rocks
near tho point loomed up dead ahead
and alongside. Boats were lowered,
In which to land passengers, but by
skillful management the Lurllno was
sheered off Into deep water without
Tho Klnau arrived In port nt about
12:30 o'clock this afternoon, after a fine
trip from Hllo. She rporta that the
Zeulandla was to leave there at 9
o'clock this morning, arriving here to
morrow morning. Through tho kind
ness of Commodore Mccltloy, San Fran
cisco papers of the Hth Inst, were se
cured by tho Dulletln.
Tho fact that a suit Is mado of craoh
doesn't nccessnrlly make It loud.
A man and his wife mny be one, but
the wife must be won first.
fJKSS ' ' '" ('"" CM inutttd At
H If ttntt tint ont tnurtton ttntt ttvo
intitttont; $4 ttnti ont tt, 40 etnt two nttltt,
tnJ to ttntt cnt montf 7 tit It tbt tktibttl mdvtf
hunt ttr tftrtd let ftcplt 9 Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
11, KINO STREET,
Jiftanttsi fctth wit
Huropean Cook $60
month, Mard and room.
Jap to dn fcallrrwofk.
wire for wr,inj? anj
housemaid Man ft Jyt
lfe make about Si) per
month Gle house to
Japanese boy or Chi
nese, Enral servant,
take care of ont hore.
I ) Mk, board ani room
JafanM flMt cook $6
ffk, toari and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first c ok, $opr month
boar J anj room
J4ranese woman hust
maltl and little wash Ins;
$1 jo week, board and
Japanese" yard boy, $1
ttk, boird and room.
Arm Mean boy, about u
years old as Llerk and
Sa'esman cigar store, T4
American boy as driver
icommonworks Store boy
Japan woman as
tlrst clait cook, $5 week
boar J and room
Chines family rook,
, yard itty and stable boy.
through our acetify
will be received and
put down on our
DARdAINS IV JEWELOY-vou rsn Rrt thtm at
O Al F. LI CAS, M Hottl St. Fine Enfr.ilnc
sni rnatncHng irmp. ififc,
NOTICE 5ve time ani itr.n bv rrailltr'nj;
Rooms or Hou.n with ATKINSON. 16 Mrr-
chint street. iM.
SPECIAL NOTICC-Dr. HaJly. the dentin, his
resutnej rrictlce In his office on Tort St .6i8im
NOTICE TO RIIILDERS-The Union Express Co
hss WHITE SAND FOR SALF tj.ttl
ANTED Nice loMjte of 4 or 5 rnotre, furnl.htd
,nr nousiK-rpini, Ajireis A tnis nnice.
UANTED-A NICC I AH(,n ROOM IN PRIVATE
' l.mlty about t blcicke Iron Fori anj Hotel
lreet, AJJie.i "C. .M'Mhls office wiMs.w
ANTED Cathbot a! D. F. Ehleri Srv oeoJt
ANTrD-LNORAVINO AND ENAMEIINQ
m. r. Lut.rt5. to; tlo.ei m. ire
,'ANTED-A SE.ONR.IIAND Smllh-IVemler
lyrerlier AJjteM l'. u. llox tos. i66ii
UANTED-TIIIRTV MEN-HACKMEN-lor the
vv llswsl an Automobile Comrsnv. Inttllleent
men ol ttesJy tistlts, with troth reference, cnt re-
quiiea Knoiejee or iirceu a necessity Toun
men rrrfersble. 1'r.llmlnary Instruction In tralnlnsr
cool Elvin while unier saUryt uniforms finished
al com. rooJ wace. Apply ptrsonatly to Msnjfvr
HsMSllan Automobile Company, at RaplJ Trsn.lt
Cumpsnv's office, stl Fort street, between g anj to jo
ur nnii, un, ,,o. tOJ4mi
UANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Walklkl
' ' " sCas
jlANTED-WATCIIESto repair by Jeweler oljj
,v years experience. O. DlfaTZ, sit Nuusnu St
nt-D PAPERS TO EXCH NOE for clean Cot
v ton Rags Appply at bulletin Office. rj.tl
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
uysters servea n the shell only Try his
Famous nam sna cgc asnawicnes anj lonee. cor
Nuusnu ana Mitel streels. DICK DALY, Proprietor
VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE sni pleasant irourlis
ara versnjas. rarior, jinmt mom, Kilcrien,
beirooms. Bsth.etc. Klnsu near Makllcl. Arolv.
lUt ATKINSON, .6 Merchant Si.
1, t. t or 4 Roomt, verania ani electric llehls,
bathl. etc., pleasant eirien, Klnau near Ms
klkl. ATKINSON, 46 Merchant St.
OO.M 1 or s GENTLEMEN In Scnool street
ATKINSON, 46 Merchant St,
THREE six room. to story houtes: hnt ani coll
1 water, ssnltary plumbing; lusl finished Aprly
to V. M. Minion. Gear, Lansing & Co., Juli tlulli
TO LET A nice new jrutmt rotfae-e slluite on
1 lleckwlih St. near l'unahou. Apply F. COHNN
atfiesr, Lansing & Co.. Juii Bulli ng. .66s.iw
TO LET Rooms sultab'e for Dtctors or DenHsts
offices, In cottsr.es next to the New Stelner buili
lng on Hotel St. In ulres at Airs. A. V. Nspthaly's
millinery p.rtors, next loor, .6outw
ELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sefton
Home. Young street, near rilkol. i6jo,mt
TOR SALE-An Encll.h rnaJt UprlcM Tlauo for
onivyjoo, AJJff.s vv -mis onice.
COR SALE 5oo. Tutnlturt of srocmed cottage
near town, v nn rnvnepe or rennnu couaee.
WILLIAM SAVtDUt: c CO..
n6 Merchant St.
fMEbfittwo for. (dear In town Is tha UJRLINE
to re nj at trie Myrtle uiear store neat to Ur
rhum. All kinds of Manila cigars a sfc'altv
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE ulib
irult and shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Pi
minis streets, fiooocaih. Balance In easy Install
mrnts. Apply next door toJ. H. Cummlngt. i6otf
COP SALr-LOTS In alama near town. Atl -lies
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
so6 Merchant St
COR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen t'reet
1 near Honolulu Iron Works, t-i years to run.
arirnjia warrunu. Location
Apply to ILLIAM SAVIDGE, Ac CO .
COR .SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
- w.- prupe riy vi vm if. if win, esq. nrpiy 117
Jms, Cr1v Amstrlcan 1-irtUti .Morrharl ani btih.
ards street. i6utf
COR SALE Lots loxtoo In Nuuanu tract ttx down
f 10 par month. J, H Schnack, tt Alcrchant
;OR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
Ull T. UyJ. M, VIVAS I IB
LOST-DRAFT No o.ldrawn on Aleaanicr&BalJ.
win by llaualun Sugar Comcany, In laor ol
1 D. (jreany for J 8o, has been lost ani all persons
are cautlonei against negotiating same.
Itt.wi ALhXAN PER & DAIDU IN.
LOST Solltar, ilsinonl ring In the vicinity of the
Hawaiian Hotel, Suniay night, Sept si. Tinier
will please leave same al hotel office ani receive suit
able reward. i644t(
LOST a cold enameled r,n monogram U.S., on
In crimson ani eoU. Finder please return to
this office ani receive reward tl
COUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
1 street opposite the Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this office by paving for this advertisement
FOUND, a receipt for Postal Savings Bank Book.
No. 6i8B. Owner can obtain same by calling
at this office ani paying for this advertisement.
LATE CIIINE8B NEWS.
Tien Tsln, Oct. 9. LI Hung Chang
left here for I'eklng this morning.
Germany has begun to purchase
shares In the Kal-plng mine.
It Is rumored that on the arrival In
Shengshl of the Imperial party, Prince
Tuan will again be appointed Minister
Some disturbances are reported from
a place called Pahku In the vicinity of
Canton. Two French ' gunboats left
Shanghai for Slklang last night.
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED &?
i& SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
E. O. HALL
-Mng street, next
I. X. L.
Has made another
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers. Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
m m n i m m m n. to
fiaT Selling Agents for i
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES 5-
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
On - Hand
-New Shipments Every Month.
wEBIBSSa: -A.UT.D P1TEB
We have the FRESHEST and PUREST
lot of Drugs to be found in the T. of H.
An Experienced Compounder who knows
Bring your perscriptims to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Japanese til 60I1 n
1 White and Fanty.
of all it8.
t'n IHue and H7it'te.
t'n large variety.
Lowers & drnte,
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO OENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletln
Oflce, " " .,.J..
& SON, Ltd.
to Bulletin unice
near Plre Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol the City tt
GooJ PaylnR Business for Sale Cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
A Fine City House, eooJ house large
lot. beautiful grounds, only 1 5000.
To Let Houses In all parts of the citv.
10 Head Fine Driving and Carriage
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS '
FOR OFFICE USE
. . flail and see (Afm.
We also have a
Fine line of . .
BOOK CASES ,
IN ALL SIZES Ji
Hundreds tn use t'n this city. U'
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
PERFECT telcphonb aooo.
RINTING 4 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T Jrs untlH p, m.
ROMPILY ' Saturdays. .' . .
Th. MBRCARTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street.
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