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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1900.
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA
Hll PENNANT . . .
DO & & BICYCLF
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
Jas. F. Morgan
11 83 Queen Street
.Morgan's Salesroom, 33 Queen St.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Henry Dayis, Esq.
, " Nome on Every Piece."
FOR SALB BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
About 8. 8. China.
Victoria, D. C, Oct. 1C Tbo Empress
brings news ttiat severe typhoons have
devastated the Japanese coast and
many lives are reported lost, as well as
much property destroyed. The storms
bad a wide range, tho whole group feel
ing their Influence. Tolilo suffered se
verely from both storm and flood.
The EmpreBs had a trying experience
but suffered no damage, while the mull
steamer China had boats smashed and
her rails Bwept away, The passengers
have drafted a memorial to Captain
Seabury thanking him "for tho preser
vation of their lives by his good man
agement and control during the night
of terrible memory."
TRAGEDY THAT CAME
FROM FILIPINO WARFARE
Major Rockefeller Deserted When He
Came to Knowledge of Facts
Child Kidnapped While
New York, Oct. 14. A special to the
Journal from Columbus, 0., says: Ac
cording to n letter Just received by his
brother-in-law, Terrence Hegnn of Mil
waukee, Major Charles N Rockefeller
of the Ninth Infantry Is In Santa liar
barn, Honduras, and will remain there.
Major Rockefeller deserted soon nfter
a fierce engagement near San llcnolr.
The Klllplnos were led by n handsome
young white man, who fought like a
hero nnd led his men right tip to tho
American lines. Major Rockefeller
shot the Filipino leader deud. The dead
leader proved to bo a son cf the Major,
who bad been kidnaped while Rocke
feller nnd his wife were on duty In
Hongkong In 1S72.
The child was two yearn old when
stolen. The Rockefellers were living at
the International Hotel In Hongkong,
nnd a Chinese nurse cared for the baby.
The Lieutenant had arranged to visit
his home In Columbus. Two days be
fore the date set for the sailing the
Chinese nnd the baby disappeared.
Hongkong was searched. Large re
wards were offered, but no trace of the
nurse or child could be found. The
Lieutenant nnd bis wlfo were compelled
to return to the United States without
the little one. Mrs. Rockefeller died
soon nfter lier arrival In san Iran-
cIsco, nnd the grlef-strlckcn father re
joined his regiment.
He saw service with tho Ninth In In
dian wars nnd in Cuba, and when bis
regiment was ordered to the Philip
pines in the spring of 1S99 ho went
along. He was then capinln, and was
known throughout tho army as n parti
cularly daring Boldlcr. Soon after his
urrlval at ilunlla ho 'vaa made major
ami transferred to the Sixth Infantry
Major Rockefeller directed that the
body of the Filipino leader he had kill
ed be searched, nnd paper found re
vealed that he was Paul Stanhope of
Hongkong. A diary written In English
nud giving details of the buslnes career
at tho young fellow was found In hla
A month nfter the engagement Rock
efeller received n letter nom Hongkong
In response to the one ho had written
nearly a year ugo. Tho letter was
from the American Consul nnd recited
that in 1879 a white boy had been plac
ed In tbo Jesuit Collego In Hongkong
by a Chinese, woman, who said he was
9 years old and that his name was Paul
Von. Tho name of the Chinese woman
who had nursed tho Rockefeller baby
,In lbSl tho boy wus adopted by an
English merchant In Hbngkong of tho
name of Henry Stanhope. He guvo the
boy his name and raced him well.
Tho young fellow was well known In
Hongkong as Paul Stanhope. Ho was
of an adventurous disposition, nnd
somo two years ugo Joined Agulnnldo's
nrmy. It wns this young man that
Major Rockefeller shot and killed in
an engagement with tho Klllplnos.
When Major Rockefeller read tho let
ter that had been chasing him nround
the world for nearly a year ho realized
that he had slain his own son. Ho
dropped out of sight as mysteriously
as tho baby had ropped out of sight
FIno Job Printing at
By order of the Clrcjlt Court of the
Flrft Judicial Circuit, I shall expose for
sale at public auction on Saturday, the
loth day of November. A. D. inoo, at 12
o'clock: noon, at tht salesroom of James !".
Morgan, l Queen street, Honolulu, to the
highest bidder for cash, the following de
scribed leasehold of valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
two-story, frame dwelling house, formerly
the res dence of the lab! Mr. James Dodd,
fronting on the new beach road ihd the
sea shore, a little on' the town side of John
Ena's place, the. lease of which has 47
years to run from September 1st, loco. The
annual rental is $287.50, payable semi
annually In advance, and Is paid to
March 1st, 1901. The building Is Insured,
taxes prepaid, the water rates paid to Jan
uary 1st, iooi.
Unset price Jocoo. Terms of the sale
CASH, U. S. Gold coin. All expenses at
the expense of the purchaser. .
The above sale Is subject to the confirm
ation of the Court.
For further Information apply to the
undersigned, or to Jas F. Morgan, Auc
tioneer. R. W. CATHCART,
Executor of the will of James uodd, ue
For aiiltlonal Shipping News st. uventh pe.
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New Moon on the 23d at 2: ST a. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the mer .tan of 157 30. The
time whistle 1- ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which la the ame as Greenwich Oh.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for tho re
mainder of this and the whole of next
mouth arc as follows:
Steamers From Due
Mlowcra Victoria Oct, 27
Steamers For Duo
Hongkong Maru S. F Oct. 27
Australia S. F. .... Oct. SO
VVeJnesday, October 24.
Am bkt Kllkltat. Cutler, from Port
Thursday, Oct. 25.
Am. bk. Cevlon. Weller from Lavsan
Wednesday, October 24.
C. A. S. S. Aorancl. Hav. for Vancou
ver and Victoria.
T. K. K. America Maru. (jMtitr. for
China and Japan..
vmr iwaian . orecorv. tor .Yiakawell
Am bk Amv Turner. Wartand. for San
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
O. S. S. Zealandla, for San Francisco at
Sch Surprise, for Nawlllwlll, Koloa.
Eleele, Hanapepe, Makawell, Walmea and
seuanaat 5 p m,
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Eleele at'
If.Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at 3 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna, Ho
n kaa and Kukulhaele at o a m.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Lahal
na. Alaalaeaat 10 a m.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
Kona at 10 a m.
For Vancouver an J Victoria, per C. A.
S. S. Aorancl. Oit. w. T Cllve Davles
and wife, James Otis and wife, R. Slebett,
.vtiss ieriane, Mrs. Kaymonu, -Mr. ana
Mrs. W. J. Lunlng. Mr. and Mrs. Shot
well, Mr. and Mis. Walsh, Guv? T. Kelly,
Miss Hughes, Mr. Ujnney, Mr. McFar
lane and eight Galllclans.
LLEWELLYN AT SEATTLE.
Seattle, Oct. 11. The German ship
Llewellyn, Capt. William Griffith In com
mand, arrived In port yesterday evenlnjr.
from Hamburg, via Honolulu, with a laree
carso of whisky and cement. She brought
175 barrels of high grade whisky and 500
barrels of cement, consigned to Fransloll
& Co., ol this city.
The ship carried ;coo sacks of fertiliz
ing material, and 71H3 barrels of cement
for Honolulu, which was left at the latter
TheCarnetd Llewellyn left Hamburg on
April 11 and arrived at Honolulu on Sept.
8, leaving for this port on Sept. 11, and
made the trip from Honolulu In twenty'
eight days. This Is considered a very
fast voyage for a vessel or tier class.
CiDtiln Olsen. late of the H. C.
Wright, will command the Minnie A.
Calne, which was launched from Moran's
shipyard In this city last Saturday.
Captain Renekke, of San Francisco, will
take command of the E. E. Calne, a sister
craft to the Minnie A. Maine, to be built
by and f. r the same owners as the latter?
TACO.MA SHIPPING NEW8.
Tacorra, Oct. 9. The barkentlne Ame
lla. which went to the Quarantine Harbor
drydxk last week, returned to the harbor
this morning. She will load oats, feed
and general supplies for points In Hawaii.
bhip a. J. fuller, which nas been ex
pected In Tacoma for some time, has re
ceived orders changing her loading port
and will go to Ladysmlth for a cargo of
coal for Honolulu.
Captain Amos Nichols, late of the ship
Governor Roble and wife, leit last night
for their home In Bearsport, Maine. Capt
Nichols will be succeeded by Captain
miln Ynmlti frnm Hnnnltlhl h.i h..n
reported and will arrive at Port Gamble'
this afternoon to load lumber for Australia,
Police Court Notca.
Inthe I'ollce Court this forenoon, the
following cases were disposed of: I'earl
Andrews and Marcelle Royne, violating
section 370 of tho Penal Laws, nolle
pros'd; Moore, assnult nml battery on
Ah Lung, discharged; Hon Toon, un
lawful possession of opium; $K0 and
costs; 9 Chinese gamblers, ball for
feited, dofeudants falling to appear;
Moepono .intending 10 commit an of-
fence, reprimanded and discharged.
ijkQi. in tb4 eolnmn uitl U tntttttd st
fKf ttntt hut tnt inurttpnt JJ '' '"
intttttont (to ttntt om wit It, 40 ttntt Iwo'jottktt
snJ 6a ttntt emt month. 7 tit n tht tbttfttt 4vtf
Utt( tvtr offttt lit fitepit cf Honolulu.
The Fort Employment
ttT KINO STREET,
Jipinew with wife
1m to do boitfrwork,
wife lor washing ind
houmld. Mn ft dayt
wife make about Iij ptr
month, (jive houit to
Japanese boy or Chi
nese, general servant,
lake cart of one horse.
1 week, board and room
Japanese first cook $6
week, board and room,
Japanese or Chinese
first ok, f io rr month
board and room.
Japanese woman h-uie
maid and little washing
fj.jo week, board and
Japanese yard boy, fi
week, board and room,
American boy, about xt
veers old as wlerk and
Salesman cigar store, I4
European tCook $60
month, board and room.
American boy as driver
commonworxs. store toy
Japanese woman as
tlrst class cook, J j week
' roara ana room
j Chinese family rook,
yard toy and stable boy.
' a) aT Complaints acalnst
1 employees furnished
I through our agency
j will btricelved and
put down on our
r-MntnvrD; of hfi p FmTr.B WITH
C R. W. ATKINSON. 46 MERCHANT ST.
D AROAINS IN JEWELRY you can get them at
s- M.h. lvua, o) Hotel M. nne engraving
ana enatreiing aone. itoe
OTICE TO IIUILDERS The Union Eiprttl Co.
Dai WMITt SAND IUK !rtLt. ,.4111
NEMPLOYFD RrOISrEH AT ONCE.
PEOPLE'S EXPRESS OFFICE.
ANTED Nice cottage of 4 or j room furnished
I or noustKCtping. Aaaress a ims ontce.
WANTED-A NICE f ARGE RCX)M IN PRVATE
fumllv about t blocks from Fort and Motel
-t reels, Address "C. M.," thUnfhce. 1663-iw
NTED-ENGRAVING AND ENAMELING
M. F. HfCAS, eos Hotel St. tftt
WANTED-TMIRTY MbN-HACK'MEN-for the
Hawaiian Automobile Company. Intelligent
men of teaJv habits, with giKid reference, ontv re
quired. Knowledge of streets a necessity. Young
men preferable. Preliminary instruction in training
school glcn while under salary: uniforms furnished
at com; good wage. Apply personally to Manager
HjMallin 4utimnhlle Lomrinv. at RltJ Trantll
Company's office. 411 Fort street, between 9 and to: jo
or man, no sjo. icip
ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Walklkl
WANTED-WATCHES to r.ralr by wtlr ol Jj
y. ars txprlcDCe. (i. DlbrZ, t Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII NGE lor clean Cot
ton Rani. ArrplratUull.tlnOWct. 1 569-11
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served n the shell only. Try his
lanous Ham and ttt Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Hlte' streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
LjOUSES FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
DOOMS FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
LJOUSn with 1 to t rooms and stable accompanied.
ATKINSON, as Merchant. People Xpress Office.
FOR RENT Slnele lurnlshed room, JJoo a month.
Inquire Brick Hou,e, Nuuanu St., above Vine
FR RENT A laree nicety Tuinlshed Front Room
suitable tor two with foard. 446. Punchbowl St.
ELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sefton
nousa. Toung street, near t'likoi. lowmi
FOR SALE $100. futnltureof groomed cottage
near town, wtthtrlvlleee of rentlnt? com a ire.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE t CO,
'm 6 Merchant St.
THEbisttwo forts cigar In town IsthaLURLINE
I to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Slore next to Or
VH. A 1 1 jc 1 nl o I M an 1 1 at cigars a sj-ectajtv
FORSALEA NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
fruit and shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
mini streets, jiooocash. Ilalance tn easy Install
ments. Apply next door toJ. H.Cummlngs. i6qtf
TOR SALE-LOTS In Patama hear town. All sixes
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
to6 Merchant St.
PR SALE ?4oou. Leasehold on Quten tteet,
near Honolulu Iron Works. t4 ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
eo6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm.ti Irwin, Esq. Apply to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant
FOR SALE Lots 30x100 In Nuuanu tract lis down
io per month. J. H. Schnack, tij Merchant
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. 1,8.
LOST-DRAFT No 64jdran on Alevander&Bald
wln by Hawaiian Sugar Company, In favor of
1. 1), (ireany for $380, has been lost and all persons
art cautioned against negotiating same.
iMawi ALEXANDER A BALDWIN.
LOST Solltare diamond ring In the vicinity of the
Hawaiian Hotel, SunJay night, Sept. t). Finder
will please leave same at hotel office and receive suit
able reward. t i644tf
LOST a gold enameled pin; monogram U.S., 06
In crimson and gold, Finder please return to
this office and receive reward. tt.
FOUND A f n. surf board marked "U" was found
near the Uell Buoy this mornlnr. Fulllntrlin
atlon can be had at this ottice by paying costs of ad
COUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
I street opposite the Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this office by palne; forthts advertisement
FOUND, a receipt for Postal Savtnts Bank Book,
No. 6)8 B. Owner can obtain same by calling;
at this office and baying for this advertisement.
Queen Is Betrothed.
The Hague, Oct. 1C Queen Wll
belmlna lias proclaimed her betrothal
to Duke Henry of Meckleuburg-Schwer-In.
The official garette this evening
contains the Queen's announcement of
the engagement. Duke Henry was
born In 1870.
The Evening Bulletin. 7t cents per
jjt WiiVmYiV iiVi tVj c u re
: MAGIC : headaches
E HEADACHE; before
I WAFERS ; breakfast.
WtWt.'ftt?fi&: 11 t. M OrurKlata.
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED JjS-
tjiif SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
-King street, next
II I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
, Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Bt'c.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
- Od - 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 perscripti ns, to us to be' t
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Japanese in both
White and Faney.
of all ehet.
in Blue and Ue.
in large variety.
Lewers & Cooke,
Set ot 5 mops, $2.00
CO CENTS EACU i
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
to uuiietin othce
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.'
PROPERTY FOR SALE
-In All Parts ol the City it
GooJ Paying Business for Sale Cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
A Fine City House, rood house large
lot, beautiful grounds, only 15000.
To Let Houses In all parts of the cltv.
10 Head Fine Driving and Carriage
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
fe FOR TYPEWRITERS'
Call and see them. '
We also have a
Fine line of . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this city.
AND SEE THE DISP1AY.
KRFFfT TELEPHONE 20M,-
ilNTlJIG 1 Prepared to till or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m.
ROHPTLY ' Saturdays f
rho MBRGAHTILB PRtNTING ' " fy
COMPANY. Limited. J
ilorner of Fort Street.
The Evening DulIeUn, 7t Mnta pw
Ueopj Waterliouse & Co
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