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THF FVFNINfi BITI fFTlff' HONOUJUI.. H. 'J MONI.UY. OCTOBER, f2q. 1900.
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
'fl Just I
J PER 3, 8. QUEEN.
Jas. F. Morgan;""1 ,
ll 88 Queen Street
Property at Kewalo
AT 12 O'CLOCK
At my Salesroom, 12 Queen street, I
will m at Public Auction, valuable Ware
house Property on Kawalahao street, Ke-u-alo,
known as lots ) anil 4 of Block 7.
The lot hi a frontage of 100 ft on street
and is 100 fret Jeep.
Deeds at purchaser's evpense. One
half of purchase money can remain on
ai 1) rt cage.
Upxt Price-. i, 800.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
.Morgan's Salesroom, 33 Queen St.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Henry Davis, Esq.
3 77100 fT,and
lORIGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION
I0RECLOSURE AND OF SALE,
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Hit power of sale contained In that certain
mortgage dateJ May 20th, 1807, made by
John K. U. Kuaana.of Honol. lu, Island of
Oahu, Mortgagor to C. K. Bishop, C M.
Hyde, CM Cooke, J. O. Carter and S.
. Damon, Trustees unJer the will of B
P. Bishop, deceased, of said Honolulu,
Mortgagees and recorded In the Registry
f Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 170,
page zo to 331, the Mortgagees Intend to
Jorectose the mortgage for condition
JroAiil,, fo w'Ifi the non-payment of prin
cipal and' Interest when due.
Notice It likewise given that the proper
tv conveveJ bv said moiteace will be sold
iu au'iUi. auctlrtn at the auction rooms of
jsmes f. fliorgin, yueen street, Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY. November 24, 1900,
at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered
bv siid mortgaged consists of:
first All these two pieces or parcels
of tand containing an ancrteate area of
4.16-ico acres, situate at Haiawa, on the
Island ot MoloKai, and Deing an tne lana
described In and granted and confirmed to
Kaluau by Royal Patent No. 34B1, Land
Commission Award No. K010.
Second. All those two certain pieces or
parcels ot land situate at Wallau, III Kelu,
on the Island of Mntokal, containing an
jgregate area of 910 Square Fathoms, and
being all of the land described In Royal
Patent No. 2120, Land Commission Award
J. O. CARTER,
S. M DAMON,
1 Trustee under the will of B. P. Bishop,
Terms: Cash U.S. Gold Coin. Deeds
at expense of purchaser.
, For further particulars apply to Holmes
& Stanley, Attorneys for Mortgagees.
Dated Honolulu, October 25th, 1900.
Lodge Le Progre3 de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A & A. S. RITE.
There will be a special meeting of Lodge
Le Progres de L'Oceanie, No. 124, A. a:
it S R., at Its hall. Masonic Temple,
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at 7:30
TRANSACTION OP BUSINESS.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N ) 822 and all sojourning
!irethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. M. ,
E. B. FRIEL,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Hnnrnhnn, the man tho has suc
ceeded In making more enemies than
nny fle of the most unpopular men
In ton n, reirigncd from the police force
ly request esterdny.
The whole thins enme about In this
way. llaiirahan went out on Satur
day nli?ht to "keep tab" on bnrtqndero
who had been suspected of rurnlshlng
drinks to men already Intoxicated. In
one saloon he had "Scotty" arrested on
the charge of drunkenness, culling uii
Ofllccr Thomas to do the wont.
t'pon arrival at the police station,
Captain Parker found that Scotty was
not drunk. He went up to see Thomas
and told him never again to make .1?
arrest on llanrahan's order unless his
assistance was required.
A little while later, Hnnrnhnn ap
peared on the steno and told Captain
l'atker ho did not wish to hue his
Interfere In his duty and nctcd In a
thoroughly Insolent manner. CapUI'i
Parker threatened to put the fellow out
and, the Insolent language continuing,
did do so.
The sheriff arrived a short time af
terwards and called Captnln Parker to
his oflke, explaining that Hniiralun
had bicn working under orders from
him, Captain Parker left the police sta
tion with tbo Intention of turning over
his k(8 today. He did not Intend to be
Insulted continually by an Inferior om
The matter came to a head yesterday
when Sheriff Drown dismissed Ilanra
ban from service In the polite depart'
ment. Captain Parker was on duty
again bright and curly this morning
and all thiough the day he has been
leeching the congratulations of his
many warm friends.
Had Captain Parker remained oil
nearly oeiy native officer on the force
would lime stepped out and the police
department would have been In a quan
dnry Indeed. As It Is, everybody nt the
police station has n broad smile of en
tire satisfaction on his face today for
Hob has como out on top and the de
spised "Johnny Come Lately" Is pan.
Eminn 6iunrc Mimic.
Captain Ilerger has arranged the fol
lowing program for the moonlight con
cert In Emma Square this evening, be
ginning at the usual hour:
Overture Poet and Peasant ....Suppo
Intioductlon Carmen ...., Illzet
Selection Nabucco Verdi
(a) Kaplllna. Walanucnue.
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(b) Aloha no wau. Moanl Ke Ala.
Mrs. N. Alapat.
Selection The Messenger IJoy ....
March Ma Tiger Lily (new) ..Sloiue
Waltz Wedding of the Winds ..IJall
Cake Walk Smoky Mokes . . Holzmun
The Star Spangled Uanner.
Klpuhulu Sugar Co.
THE ANNUAL MEETING O" THE
Kipahulu Sugar Co. will be held at the
office of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd , at 11 a.
m., October 31st. F. KLAMP,
i673-it .Secretary pro tern.
Lihue Plantation Co.
THE ANNUAL . MEETING OF THE
Llhue Plantitlon Co. will be held at the
office of II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd , at 10
a. m., October 31st. F. KLAMP,
i67fjjt Secretary pro tern.
Koloa Sugar Co,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Koloa Sugar Co. will be held at the office
of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd .at 10:30 a. m.,
October 31st. T. W. HOBRON,
Notice to Creditors.
The unJerilcntfd, having teen duly appointed ad
mlnlstrator with the will annexed ot the estate of
Makanoe (w) formerly of Honolulu. Island ot Oahu
deceased testate, hereby Elves notice to all creditors
having; claims arlnst said estate to present the
same, whether secured by mortgage on real estate or
not, duly authenticated and with proper vonchers. It
anyexltt, to the undersigned at Lale, Oahu, or at the
oftiraof Henpv Waterhousb&Co.. at Honolulu.
aforesaid, within six months from tne date hereof or
they will be forever barred
Honolulu. T H Orber tr 1900.
Administrator with th will annexed of the estate ot
Makanoe, deceased i6?i-6toaw
To Our Friends
We cordially Invite all our friends and
patrons to be present at the opening of
the new quarters of the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
In the Elite Building,
Wednesday, Evening, Oct, 31, 1900
HART & CO..
YARDS CO., LTD.
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First quarter of
the Moon on the
30th nt 9:4" p. m.
Weather Hureau, Punahou, Octoliir
29. Temperature Morning minimum,
71, Midday maximum, 81.
Ilaromctcr at !t a. m. 30.05. Irregular,
Dew Point COP.
Humidity at 9 a. b. G5 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 29. Weather hazy; wind light
Saturday, October 27.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Am schr. Golden Shore, Rasmussen,
Am. bkt S.G. Wilder, Jackson, 17 days
from San Francisco '
Sihr. Concord, Mana, from Kauai.
Sunday, October 28.
Stmr. Maul, Parlter, from Maul oorts.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from WalmeJ,
wild 162 bags taro and 17 packages sun-
Stmr. W. G. Hall. Thompson, Nawlll
will, with 300 bigs rice, 75 bran, 40 pala,
:Ctaro. 29 bundles hIJes, 1 bundle sheep
skins. 31 packages sundries.
Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher. from Eleele.
Monday, October 29.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
Stmr Kllauea Hou, McAllister, for Olo
walu, Paauhau, Kukalau, Ookala, Laupa
hoehoe and Papailoa.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Makawell-and
Waimea at 4 P m.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, for Nawlllwl
II, Koloa and Eleele.
U. S. A. T. Wyeheld, Cartmer, for Ma
nila. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Eleele and
Makawell at 4 pm.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Motokai ports
at 5 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW..
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Honuapo
and Punaluu at 9 a m.
O. S. S. Queen, for San Francisco at 4
Smr Maul, Parker, for Maul ports a' 5
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson for Kauai
ports at 5 P m.
Gas schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for Lahal
na, Makena, Klhel and Kona at 5 p m.
Sch Surprise, for Kauai ports at 5 p m.
From Eleele, per stmr. Keauhou, October
28.-W. B. Cousins, M. E. Mltzgu, II. J.
From Waimea, per stmr. Iwalanl, Octo
ber 28. Deputy U. H. Marshal Omstead,
Theo. Blackstadt and 2 deck.
From Nawlllwlll. per stmr W. G. Hall.
October 28.-Prlnce David, J. Bush, 1.
Clark, Master b. Crabbe, Conwav. fttrs.
P. Manuel. Mrs. K. Aloha. R Mist, J.
Sims, l.lllkalanl, Mrs. J. K. Cummlngs,
Miss Sharpe, J. Bowler, H. Kapu, Mrs. S.
Kseo. Kalawea. C. Christian. ChoneSlnz.
Chock Tong, Wo Chee, Yumeda and 38
From Maul ports, per stmr. Maui, ucto
her 28. Miss E. Kelfiaa, Mrs. J. Kulhel
anl, W. Hall, C.E. Stafford, W. H. Field,
Mrs. G. L. Desha, Wlss J. Kelllaa, J,
Kennedy, J. W Hall. W. F. Avery. Shlo
zawa, L. f. Peck, J Campbell, N. Om
stead, Fred Baldwin, G. B. Curtis, Alex.
Dowsett, irs. t. Almeiua. . a. usgooj,
John Amasul, wife an 1 child) John Taylor
H Harrison. William Kahaawlnul. Mrs. P.
Ornt and 42 on deck.
From Hawaii and MhuI ports, per stmr.
Klnau. October 27. H. Ludloff and wife,
H. R. Dunlway, H. II. Scovell, M. Strout
and child, Walter Hyman. Robert Frlcke.
Dr. Hutchinson, Frank Remlllard, Miss
Jacobson, C. McClennan.C. T. Day, Miss
Castle, Yamamura. Mrs. Kobt. Parker, Jr.,
and child, C. II. Rose and wife, S. Now-
en. Mrs. U. h. bm 1 1 e. Kev. n,r Na-
makawlwoole, R. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Sharp
and two children. J. A. .Mcuavin, r. mc
Glnnls, and 65 deck passengers.
For the Cobnles, per S. S. Mlowera,
October 28. Dr. Maxwell, wife and son:
J. C. artln, Henry Langley, R. Wayne,
J. (J. cook and three uninese steerage.
HILO MASONIC TEMPLE
Hllo. Oct. 20.-The VarlOUS bodies Of
tho Masonic fraternity In Hllo are now
nrnr-ooillni- In rnrrv nut n ilpslirn which
procecumg to carry oui a uesign wnuii
lccnl Masons have lone bad In mind,
being nothing less than the erection of
a flne building which shall serve as a
home for the various lodges now estab
Kllauea Lodge, No. 330, Is the owner
of the tract of land on upper Walanuo
nue street, lying between the residence
ot W. H. Little and the D. H. Hitch
cock homestead. The Hllo Mason'.c
Hall Association Ib now being formed
for tho purpose of erecting on this tract,
a tw o-story block to cost not less than
!0,000, the stock for which Is now, to
a large extent, subscribed. The second
story -will be devoted to lodge rooms.
On the ground floor will iprobab'y be
one or two stores, and a big hall, cal-
ciliated to accommodato 600 or (iOO p-jo-
.Ait. in (Ail tolvmn uxtt bt intttttd i
11 ttntt itnt cnt tnitrtien: if ttntt Iwo
tmttHHint, fa ttntt ent wtt. 40 emit two u-rrxi,
n4 do ttnlt ent month. Ttn it tbt tbtsttit Jvtf
hunt tvtt offtrtd tkt Pteplt 0 Itonolutu.
The Fort Employment
tiT KING STREET,
SItDa! ION WANTED
European Cook J-M
Jap to do bollnwork,
lap to do boiin
lit for withlne
month, board inj room.
American boy at driver
houMmald. Man ft Jay,
1U make t about Sis pr
month; Glvr houst to
Japanese boy or Chi
nc , pen iral servant,
take care of one nors.
S) week, board anJ room
Jarane first ceok $6
week, board and room
Japanese or Chi new
first rt ok, fwpr month
board and room
J pa net woman huie
maid and little wash In e
10 wick, board and
Japanese yard boy St
week, board and room,
American boy. about 14
years otd as kfk and
Salesman clsjar store, $4
Japanese , ctrrentersf
common works Store boy
tirstctatscook, f 5 week
board and room
Chinese family cook,
yard loy and stable boy
throuich our agency
wm re receive ana
rut down on our
CMPLOYEBS OF HELP REGISTER WITH
- R. W. ATKINSOV, .6 MERCHANT ST.
BARGAINS IN JEWELBY-you can trl tim .1
M F. LICAS. m Ito'el SI. Flnt Enef.vlni;
inj .n.mtilng Jftn.. iw
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Th Union Eipmi Co
! WHITE SAND KID SALE null
7ANTED To rent furnikhtJ houit, do.. In,
vv eooJ ODDortun ly lor tt.rt el Co nir awav to
secure Al Irnttit
Call or aJJrest
WANTED-A brliht hlt. N to learn book I
blnJert Ifad.. about ti or tiveariolj. In
qulr. at lhl office. i6ri-lf.
ROUSES FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
DOOMS FURNISHED or UNfURNISHED
UOUSi: WITH tin, ROOMS and STABLE
R. W. ATKINSON, .6 MERCHANT.
UNEMPLOYED RCGIrEK AT ONCE
ATKINSON. 46 MERCHANT ST.
PEOPLE S EXPRESS PlTICr,
WANTED Nice coMage of 4 or j rooms furnished
for hou keep In t; Adlress X thlsoJtice,
nANTED-A NICE I ARGE ROOM IN PRIVATE
" fmlly about 1 blocks from Fort and Hotel
sirvcis Aajrtsi -a, m.. tnis omce.
M. F. LUCAS, to Motel St
WANTED-THIRTV MEN-HACKMEN-for the
Hawalun Automobile Company. Intel' I gent
men of steady habits, with good reference, only re
quired KnowleJfe of Kt'eets a necessity. Youne;
men preferable. Preliminary Instruction In training
school chen while under salary; uniforms furnished
at cost, good wages Apply personally to Manaeer
Hawaiian utonobHe Company, at Rapid Transit
Company's office. 411 Fort street, between 9 and 10 jo
or mall. Bon 1)6. 1614ml
ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Walklkl
ANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler of is
years experience. G. DlfcTZ, 41? Nuutnu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Appplv at Bulletin Office. nytf
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM-
Oysters served n the shell only Try hit
Nuuanu and Hits' streets
lamuui iiim ana egg aanawicnes ana lionet uor
DICK DALY. Proprietor.
FOR RENT Two new brick stores, best location
In the city, trench plate show windows Inquire
at the New England Bakery. Hotel St 1611-tf
FOR RENT Single furnished room, f 8 00 a month.
Inoulra Brick House. Nuuanu St.. above Vine
PR RENT A Urge nicely Tumlshed Front Rem
suitable for two with toard. 440, Punchbowl St.
ELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sefton
House. Young street, near PllkoU 1619ml
FOR SALE-iv6 T.&G, 1x4 T &G. flooring;
ax4, t6 N. V a sides surfaced. R. W, Sh'ngles,
cheap. Wa klkl, corner of King street and Insane
Asylum Road. Call at Ttoo. a.m., is to 1, 5 to?
P m. i6tiiw
FOR SALE Iko. Futnltureof woomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
sto Merchant St.
THE best two for si cigar In town lithe LURLINE
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store nest to Or
r-htum. All kinds of Manllacfgars a specialty
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
T fruit and shade trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets $1000 cash. Balance In easy Install
menu. Apply next door toJ. H. Cummlngs. i6otf
FOR SALE-LOTS In Palama near town. AM sties
and prices. Apply to
WfLLlAM SAVIDGE 8c CO.,
so6 Merchant St
PR SALE $4000. Leasehold on Queen s rest,
near Honolulu Iron Works, u years to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
too Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. G Irwin, Esq. Apply tp
James Carty, American Stables. Merchant and Rich
COR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract Ui down
fio per month. J. n dcnniCK, ssi mi
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
1 CITY. By J M VIVAS
LOST A feather cape between the Catholic church
and McCutly track on King St Suitable re
ward Finder p'ease return to this office. i6r)t(
LOST-DRAFT No. 64 jJran on Alexander JtBalJ
win by Hawalun Sujar Comrany, In favor ol
I. D. Grtany for J8ff. riai tx.n loit and all rerioni
:",' " AL&ANDr!s i BALDWIN.
oST-Soiitar. diamond rinc in ii. vicinity oiih.
L Hawaiian Hot.1, Sunday nrjhl, Sept. a. Flnd.r
wU De, ,iv, Mro, ,1 hotel oinc. nd reiv. tuit-
an. reward. 5644-11
I OST KOI4 tnan.1.4 ptn; monotr.m U. S., 6
L. n crlmion and toll. Finder plr.l. r.turn to
thl. oWt. nd rK.lv. r.wara It
FOUND A tine aurl board narind "D" wa. found
near in. Uell liuoy this mornlnr. Full Infrim
lion can t had at till, ofnci by paying- colli ol ad.
PUND-A BUNDLE OF BIACKCRAPB on Hold
mthI nnnntlt Ihe Arllmrlon Owner can obtain
lam. at tttlf offic. t
oy payins lor mi. ave,ii.m.iii
Hllo, Oct. 25. Miss Fidelia Relnhardt
and Hermann Ludloff will be married
at the residence of Allen wall this
evening by tho Rev. S. L. Desha. Tho
lirtilR nnil irroom tIU leave by the K!
' nau tomorrow to enjoy three weeks of
I their honeymoon In Honolulu. iterant.
The Ideal bicycle
CALL and see them at .
E. O. HALL &&ON, Ltd.
"' T King street, next
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards. Tables, Chif
foniers. Chatrst Rockers. Baby Carriages
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR ,
PROOF SAFES 9
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
D11 - Band
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 perscriptiins to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Japanese in both'
White and Fancy.
of all sizes.
tn large variety
Lowers & Oonte
5 maps. $2.00
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at
for ladles use
to Bulletin Office-
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
In All Parts ot the City it
Beautiful Home on easy terms, $500
cash balance In monthly Installments of
Four Choice Lots, Monsarrat road, Ka
plolanl Park addition, at a bargain. Call
Building Lot 60x120, Wilcox tract, near
town; only J1500J easv terms, apply early.
Several Good Leassholds, cheap.
Chicken Ranch, for sale; right In town;
To Let Houses In all parts of the city.
Fine Job Printing at
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
Call and see them.
We also have a
Fine line of . . .
,. , BOOK CASES
. " IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this city.
ANO SEB THE DISPLAY.
ERFECT TELEPHOPB 20OO.
'HINTING 1 Prepared to till or.
EODUCED T ders until 4 p. m,
BOMPTLY Saturdays. . '. .
ffas MBRCiHTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street.
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