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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i,- igoo.
Honolala, October 27th, lttt. (h.
We hive thls.day appointed
B O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
Sole Agents for the Territory of HawalJ. fbr
HONOLULU' STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
Jas. F. Morgan
-83 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
SATURDAY, Nov. IO, 1900,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At rav salesroom. 11 Oueen street. Hono-
.Uuvlulll sell at Public Auction by order
91 ir.e 1 reasurer, Mr J. r. iooie, tne
following certificates of stock In the
Kihel Sugar Co., Ltd., unless the 8th
Assessment due August 1st, 1900, delin
quent Sept. 30, 1900, with Interest thereon
ira) advertising expenses Is paid on or be
fore the day and hour of sale.
Cert ' Shares.
12 SI. Swahn 50
74-W.iC. Achl 100
13 F. B.-Angus 10
114 W. E. Plnkham 5
149 W, C. Achl 200
18S Mary Ferrelra 10
21S P. SI. Lydlg '.200
237 E. F. Monsarrat 20
306 C. F. SlerrlHeld 5
310 Sing Chong 10
311 Leo Chu 50
315 Bow" Hoy 10
352-E. R. Stackable 25
383 Clilng Lum 25
394 E. It. Stackable 10
417 A. L. Young 10
(29 H. A. Bunson 10
431 W. J. llobortson 35
435 J. E. Kahoe 5
4.0 W. C. Achl ...., 100
494 W. O. Achl 100
522 J. F. Steetz 20
330 L. Ah Leong 10
537 W. C. Achl 100
5C1 D. H. Lewis 40
MS 1. Desha & C. J. Holt 25
S78 H. Waterhouse & Co 10
381 II. Waterhouse & Co 5
563 H. Waterhouse & Co 25
631 II. B. Scbrotke 50
665 C. II. Laage 10
C79-680 C. II. Laage 40
703 J. E. Taylor 15
711 D. J. Fisher 5
771 W. L. Fletcher 33
77515. S. Taylor 10
S03 O. A. Howard Jr. 15
SI J II. B. Schrotke 15
' 386 C. S. Crane 7
87 II. S. Crane 18
$37 Lee Chu 45
S92 SI. Bowers 20
399 C. F. Slerrlfleld 5
1007 Jas. Barry 25
1011 A. A. Young 35
101P-1020 J. H. Cummlngs 50,
1023 J. A. Oraham 20
1036 S. R. Illsliop 5
10G1 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd li
1073.!. .MncQueen 80
1003-C. It. l-aago 10
1H2 C. Kaiser 1001
1145 U H. Plmsartcl 10.
1175 J. Harry 10
llfcS Hawaii Land Co.. Ltd 20
11SS C. A. Oraham CO
lil A. A. Young 125
1103 W. C. Achl 100
1199 A. M. llronn 100
1200 A, M. Drown 25
1273 Hawaii Land Co, Ltd 20
1291-C. S. Dcnky 100
1345 F. U. HIchnrcIson 10
1303 F. R. Klcharilson 5
13sC A. SI. IJronn lr0
1395 Geo. Slanson , 20
1407 V. K. l'lnlOnm 5
1114 Hawaii Land Co. Lvd 20
141S V. F. Wilson IS
1423 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 25
1428-27 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 50
1429 W. C. Achl 00
1450 C. S. Desky I'.f
145511. 1 Iloth 100
15051). J. risher E
1309 C. S. Desky 20
1518-1B2I C. S. Dcsky 7'0
1532 J. H. Klsher 45
1531 .1. II. risher 25
1549 J. II. Klsher 100
1503 Hawaii Land Co., ltd 50
15CC D. J. Klsher 10
1572 J. II. Klsher 10
1574 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 100
1575 W. C. Achl 390
1581 J. Slakalnal 25
15S2 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 94
1595 E. O. Hitchcock 12
1C04 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd C
1640 J. H. Klsher 10
1615 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 74
1652 A. L. Young 10
1653 J. H. Klsher 10
1654 J. II. Cummlngs 10
10C0-C. J. Kalk 25
1671 Q. Schuman 50
1679 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd xu
10S1 A. L. Young 10
1690 D. II. Lewis Jr 35
1694 E. n. Stackable . t
1751 U. C. Davis 30
17S3 V. n. Howell 30
990 J. H. IJoyd "
1010 S. L. Kckumano 4
1144 V. II. Coney 1
1103 Sirs. A. W. Conrad l
1212 W. r. Jocker 10
13S7 J. L .Sllva 3
1462 C. K. Conrad 3
1542 n. C. Zimmerman 2
441 SI. D. Lycurgus 3
JAS. F. MORGAN,
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The Ta Payers are hereby notified that
the Property T-xes for 1900 are now due
and payable to the Deputy Assesors of
the several districts, at the times and places
mentioned in the notices posted throughout
Section 29, Act ?i, Session Laws, 1S06
"if anv Proriertv Ta shall remain unpaid
after the 15th day of November In any
vear, to per cent of the amount of such
Taxes shall be added by the Assessor to
the amount of such Taxes at said date, an J
shall become and be collected as part of
All Property Taxes not paid by Novem
ber 15th will te delinquent.
The Dellnauent List will be published
after December 1st, 1900.
Assessor, 1st Division, Island of Oahu.
Will be received at the office of the Sup
erintendent Public Work,s till 12 o'clock
hoon, of Friday, November 2nd, 1900, fot
the construction of a Keeper's House at
Diamond Head Light House.
Plans and sped Mentions at the office of
Assistant-Superintendent Public Works.
The Superintendent Public Works does
not bind himself to accept the lowest or
J. A. McCANDLESS.
October 31, 1900. 1675-21
Honolulu, Oahu, October 30th, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that William T.
Robinson, Esq,, has this day been ap
pointed Assessor for the Second Taxation
Division, viz: Islands of Maul. Molokal
and Lanal, vice C. H. Dickey, Esq., re
signed. THEO. F. LANSING,
l674-3t Tleasurer Territory of Hawaii.
" Nome on Every Piece."
' for sald ar
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, October
.11, Temperature Slornlng minima 11,
74; Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer at 9 n. in. 30.03. Rising.
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 69 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 31. Weather hazy; wind frssh
Thursday, November 1.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. for Kapaa.
Stmr Mlkahala. Pederson, for Eltele.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'rom Koloa.
From Elf ele, per stmr. Mlkali tla, Nov.
t Chas. Gay, Sir. MtGlnnls, Mrs. Dy-
n, child and nurse, and 1 on deck.
From Kapaa, per stmr. James Makee,
November 1 Mrs. J.Anderson. Miss Hud-
sin and 3 on deck.
RECEPTION AT NEUMANN'S
The reception at the Neumann homo
last night to meet SIis. Fowler (nea
En Neumann) was like all the aflalrr
glcn In that hospitable home a suc
cess. The house was cry prettily dec
orated with ferns and greens of all
kinds. In the sitting room beneath a
picture of King Kalakaua was a per
fect garden of roses. In tho hallway
were palms and brunches of decorative
shrubs. The reception was held In the
drawing room while the large laiuil it
the rear was arranged In fitting style
for the dancing that followed the re
ception. Refreshments were served
In tho smoking room and on the side
lanal Just outside Btood the punch and
lemonade bowls presided over by SI111.
llnsson and Dr. Murray.
Sir. and Sirs. Neumann receded with
their daughter, Sirs. Fowler, and 11
was long after 9 o'clock before they
were able to resign their posts on ac
count of the continual appearance of
guests. A number of thoso present re
mained wlthlu doors hut the majority
preferred tho cool of the lanals.
After tho older pcoplo had returned
tc their homes tho music of a two-step
struck up and the dancing lanal was
soon occupied by as many couples as It
would hold. Until midnight the
merry dance went 01 and then there
was a general breaking up.
Among thoso present wcro the fcl
lowing: Judge and Sirs. Estee, Judge
and Sirs. Humphreys, Sir. and Sirs. A.
SI. Brown, Sirs. James Campbell and
tho Sllsses Campbell, Sir. and Mr3.
John Ena, Sir. and Sirs'. W. Porter
Bojd, Sir. and Sirs. Fred Peterson, Mrs.
Pond, Sirs. SIcOrew, Sir. nnd Sirs. Em
mett Slay, Sirs. Samuel Parker, Mr.
and Sirs. Lansing, Sirs. Ircno Brown,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Sclmltze, Sir. nnd Mm.
Harry Lewis, Dr. and Sirs. Walter
Hoffmann, Sirs. C. B. Cooper, Sir. and
Sirs. Lange, Sir. and Sirs. SI. Loulsson,
Sirs, Afong, Mrs. Slontano, tho
Sllsses Walker, Miss SI. SIcIntyre, Sliss
Kathleen Cartwrlght, the Sllsses Vlda,
SIlss Roso Davison, Captain Slerry,
Samuel Woods, Dr. Slurray, H. Walker,
C. von Danim, nnd a large number of
The music was furnished by Ernest
Kaal's mandolin and guitar club.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
TrVO SUBJECTS DISCUSSED
J, A, MeCamlless, Superintendent of
Public Works, contributed the chief
matter for deliberation at tho Govcr
nor's council this morning. It consist
ed of schedules of charges for house
connections with the sewerugo system
Xothlng was determined.
An Informal discussion took place on
Secretary Cooper's plan for securing
every oter his frnnclhso In crowded
Governor Dolo was of opinion that
oters In line for voting at 5 o'clock
should bo allowed to ote.
Mr. McCandless, talking to a rcpor
ter after tho meeting, listened with
some degree of toleration to a sugges
tion that each polling place shou.d
have an ofllclal clock, whose hands
might be set back to retard ofllclal 5
o'clock, as Is done with the clock of
the United States Senate to detain
the legal closing time of 12 o'clock he
last day of Congress,
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
HEALTH AGENT SCORCHED
N. I', Jacobsen, the tireless agent or
the Board of Health, met with a pain
ful and peculiar accident this morning.
He was Inspecting a cesspool at the
laboratory ot the Hawaiian Planters'
Association In Nuuanu street. Letting
tlown a light he was Instantly struck
with a blinding flash of fire. His fats
was severely blistered and his eye
brows scorched. Mr. Jacobsen drove In
Benson, Smith & Co.'a drugstore, whero
his Injulres wero dressed.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
LS JJt. tn fan tolumn mil bt Intltlli ot
aftajKjf ttmlt 4 tint out iHurtion: Of tint two
tmlttlitmi! M tint, utti Utiti. JO ttOtt tWO tt ttkl.
i 40J 60 emtl out montt. 711 II til tbtottlt o4vtf
tinnt tvtr otftrtj lot ptoplt of Honolulu,
The Fort Employment
tr KINO STREET,
Phone Main 38,
Jinneit with wife.
"3fiT0Af ION WANTED
European Cook J60
month, board and room.
Jip lo do bo Her work,
wlf tor within? and
houicmald. Man Si Jjy
wife nuke about Sis rr
American boy as driver
common works. Store boy
Japanese woman as
tirst class cook, Jjwetk
month, iiivt noust io
Japanese boy or Chi
nese, Renrl ttrvant,
takt care ol on hore.
$j week, board ani room
Japantse first cook $6
week, boari and room.
Japanese or Chinese
first c ok, Staftt month
board and room
Jaranese woman huse
roar j ana room
Chinese family cook,
yard toy and stable boy.
aT Complaints ajtalnst
through our agency
matd and little washing
ft jo wek, board and
Japanese jard boy, fa
week, board and room.
American boy. about 14
win re received anj
put down on nur
years old as .lerk and
Salesman cigar store, $4
EMPLOYERS OF HELP REG1STFR WITH,,
U R. W. ATKINSON. . MERCHANT ST.
BAROAINS IN JEWELRY-vou fin f.l l!m (
M F. LtCAS. o Ho'el St. Fin. Engravlnc
.nJ e nimtllng done. itCi
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union EiprtH Co
tll Will Tti SAW!) I UK rtLE ,S4,U
JANTED-n rrlnted hlte bt.al bW
" Ply NfcW fcNOLANH IIAKtKT.
WANTED To lent furnished home, clne In.
good opportunity tar parties going aav to
scure A, t.nint Call or adJrest b. !. Gill. Re
LIOUSES rURNISIIED or UNFURNISHED.
DOOMS FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
HOUSr WITH . to e ROOMS and STADLE
R. W. ATKINSON, A MERCHANT, PEOPLE
UNEMPLOYED RECISTER AT ONCT.
ATKINSON. 46 MERCHANT ST.
PEOPLE'S EXPRESS OFFICE.
WANTED Nice cottage ol 4 or room lurnKhed
tor houMkteplng. Addrris X this oflice
ANTCD-rNCrMVINO AND ENAMELING.
M. F. LUCAS. oc Hote St. ifi
. ,.,-, tllll ..-.., ,....., : r
WArt 1 cu-imiki 1 men nn-imnri ior ine
Maa( an AutomoMIe Company, Intelligent
men of steaiy hatlts, with good reference, only re
quired. Knowledge of streets a necessity, oung
men preferable. Preliminary Instruction In training
school given while under tatary: uniforms furnished
at cost, pood wares. Atrlv rcrsonallv to Manner
Hawaiian utomobHe Company, at Kaptd Transit
Company's office, 411 Fort street, between 9 and 10 jo
or man, no )o. iom"i
ANTED-WATCIIES to repair by Jeweler ol if
years experience, u. uici. 4tTnuuanuat
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NCE lor clean Cot
ton Rags. Appply at Bulletin Office. ijfVII
XHE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
I Oysters served n th, shell only Try his
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and H)te' streets. DICK DALY, Proprietor
OUSETO RENT on the corner (I M.klkl anJ
Wilder Aenues. Apply on premises.
PR RENT Two rew brick stores, best location
In the city, french plate show windows. Inquire
at the New England Bakery, Hotel St. i6Titf
COR RENT Single furnished room, J3 00 a month.
Inquire Brick Houie, Nuuanu St. above Vine
WELL Furnished rooms, with board. Scftun
House. Young Street, near Pllkol. 1619ml
COR SALE CHEAP j level lots, looitoo feet, ai
1 Kaimckl; also t least one Story House of 8
rooms, with grounds scoxtoo large stable and ser
vants rooms 1 also a Houses ana Lots on Young
street. Apply to H. GORMAM, at Grlnbaum & Co.,
Quen street. i6?6imn
FOR SALE 1x6 T. &G, 1x4 T, & G. flooring;
tX4, a6 N. '., a s des surfaced, R. W, Sh'ngtts.
cheap. Wa klkl, corner of King street and Insane
Astum Road Call at 7 tog a, m , la to 1, j to t
p. m, i6?t'iw
FOR SALE f too, Futnlture of 5rocmed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAV1DGE & CO..
m6 Merchant St.
fHEfcuttwo for si cigar In town Is the LURLINE
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
num. ah tunas 01 wanna cigars a specially
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE lth
fruit and shale trees. Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets. $1000 cash. Balance In easy Install
ments. Apply next door toJ. H. Cummlngs i6njtf
FOR SALE LOTS In Palama near town. All sites
and orlces. Acrlv to
WrLLlAM SAVIDGE & CO..
too Merchant St
PR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s'reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 years to run
Splendid Warehouse Location
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO .
aofi Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm.O Irwin, Esq, Apply tr
James Catty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich-
PR SALE Lots 50x100 In Nuuanu tract lis dowr
fio pef Inonth. J H. Schnack, tj Merchan
street - 'Tj-tf
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF TH1
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS tU
LOST Certlfictte No, 1316 ot Pass Book No 5V
D, In faor of Rott U. Booth. August 6, too
ajment has w?en stop;ed and parties are warned
1 mj iiicisi ntii aiuc, c
agalntt nogotlailng same
LOST Sulllara dlainonJ ring In th, vicinity of th
Hawaiian Hotel, Suniay Ngnl, Sept t). TlnJer
will pleast leave same at hotel offic, and rtcele sult
ab'e reward 16441!
I OST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S., 06
l- In crimson and cold. Finder pleas, return to
this oflice and receive reward tf
FOUND-Near Vlda Villa, on King street, Saturday
nleht, a handsome Black Beaver Cape, trimmed
with Hack braid and lined with black satin. Ovtner
can obtain same at this office by Identifying same and
paying lor this advertisement. '676-iw
COUNl A fine surf board marked 'B" was found
a near the liell Uuoy this mornlnr. Full Infcam
atlon can be had at this oftic, by paying; costs of ad
PUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
street opposite the Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this offic, by paying for this advertisement
The Helene will sail for Laysan Isl
and Saturday morning, to be gone In
the neighborhood of three weeks. Cap-
t tain Freeman will take along d lot of
! Ashing tackle, lie expects to do some
, business with the fishes and will take
along a lot of Ice In order to bring
homo a lot ot tho finny creatures.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Cleveland Bicycle Co.
Shipments of Gents' and Ladies' Cleveland Bicycles
with an assortment of Extra Parts, were received by
us per "Zealandia" and "Quten."
Th. CLEVELAND ... rood mcrcl. fi Q HALL & SON, Ltd.
m 1. X. L.
Has made another
. Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs, Rockers. Baby Carriages, -Bureaus.
Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc
Selling Agents fbr
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
(In - Bawl
-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
his business. '
Bring your perscriptions to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Japanese in both
White and Fancy.
Matting Rugs - .
of all sizes. '
in Blue and l7ii.
in large variety,
Lowers & (Me,
Set of 5 mope, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
tub . . .
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Clcvelnncl 8alen Dept.
Per R. C. LENNIE.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
CoVber King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
it In All Parli of 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 $1500; easy terms, apply early.
Several Good Leaseholds, cheap.
Chicken Ranch, for sale; right In town;
To Let Houses In all parts of the city.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Call and see them.
We also have a
Fine line of . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
HINTING i Prepared to fill or.
I0DUCEDT ders untlU p. m.
10MPTLY Saturdays. . . .
rh8 MERCANTILE PRIKTIHG
Horner of Fort Street.
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