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TUP. BVRNINn nU I.BTINI MONOUH.H. H, I., MONDAY, NQVHMIII.R . noo,
I E. 0. Hall & Son,
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
1 1 AT 's'lsBsi.sW.
A k n t m f--ask-
Wo are selling nil Models of 1900
: mk.m ::
Jas. F. Morgan
11 S3 Queen Street
Wednesday, November 7, lWd
At 10 n.m.,
At the premises formerly occupied by
HART & CO. Ltd,
85 Hotel Street,
I will sell at Public Auction
Shelving, Etc., Etc.
A few fine Palms and Plants.
Jas. F. Morgan,
SATURDAY, Nov. IO, 1000,
f'ATU O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom. Oueen street. Hono'
. I will sell at Public Auction by order
Treasurer, Mr. J.
P. Cooke, the
following certificates of
stock In the
Klhel Sugar Co., Ltd., unless the 6th
Assessment due August 1st, 1900, delin
quent Sept. 10, 1900, with Interest thereon
and advertising expenses Is paid on or be
fore the day and hour of sale.
02 St. Swabn 60
74 W. C. Achl 100
85 F. 11. Angus 10
114 W. E. PInkham 5
149 W. C. Achl 200
229 P. SI. Lydlg '.200
237 E. V. Monsarrat 20
306 C. F. MerrMeld C
310 Sing Chong 10
311 Leo Chu 50
315 Bow Hoy 10
352 E. It. Stackable 25
383 Chlng Lum 25
394 E. R. Stackable 10
417 A. L. Young 10
429 II. A. Bunsen 10
431 W. J. Robertson 85
435 J. E. Kahoe 5
450 W. C. Achl 100
494 W. C. Achl 100
622 J. F. Steet 20
&30-L. Ah Leong 10
637 W. C. Achl 100
661 D. II. Lewis 40
663-0. Desha & C. J. Holt 25
678 H. Waterhouse & Co 10
681 H. Waterhouse & Co 6
683 n. Waterhouse Co 25
631 H. B. Schrotke 50
665 C. H. Laage 10
679-680-C. H. Laage 40
703 J. E. Taylor 15
711 D. J. Fisher E
776 B. S. Taylor 10
80S-O. A. Howard Jr. IE
S15 H. B. Schrotke 15
886 C. 8. Crane 7
887 II. 8. Crane 18
937 Lee Cbu 45
992 SI. Bowers 20
989 C. F. Merrlfleld 5
Mn7-.I.H. Harry i
Mil -A. A Young :i.'
101D-1020- .1. II. CumniliiKH 60
10.10 -S. i:. lliiihup r.
1UT.1 .1. .Mnr(uecn SO
1093 -('. II. Lingo 10
1H2-C. Kaiser IPO
117.". J. Harry 10
Mill A. A. Young 123
11M-W, C. Achl 100
12!)1 C. 8. Denky 100
1343 V. i:. Hlclionlion 10
1303 K. B. ltlchariljou C
1393 Geo. Mnnson 20
HOT V. K. lMnkliim 3
1418 W. K. Wilson 15
1423 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 25
1429 W. C. Achl 0
1430 C. 8. Desky iftf-
1455 H. P. lloth 100
15031). J. rishcr 6
1309 C. S. Desky 20
1518-1524 C. 8. Desky 750
1532 J. II. Fisher 45
1634 J. H. Fisher IS
1649 J. II. Fisher ,.100
15C3 Hawaii Land Co., ltd CO
156G D. J. Fisher 10
1572 J. II. Fisher 10
1574 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 100
1575 W. C. Achl 390
1581 J. Makalnal 25
15S2 Hawaii Land Co.. Ltd 94
1C04 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd G
1040 J. H. Fisher 10
1643 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 74
1G52 A. L. Young 10
1053 J. II. Fisher 10
1034 J. II. Cummlngs 10
1666-C. J. Falk 25
1671 a. Schuman 30
1679 Hawaii Land Co., Ltd 26
1681 A. L. Young 10
1690 D. II. Lewis Jr 36
1694 E. It. Stackable C
1734 U. C. Davis 30
1783 W. E. Howell 30
930 J. II. Doyd 7
1010 S. L. Kekumano 4
1144 W. II. Coney 1
1103 Mrs. A. W. Conrad 1
1212 W. F. Jockcr 10
1387 J. L .Sllva 3
1402 C. F. Conrad 3
1542 E. C. Zimmerman 2
441 M. D. Lycurgua 3
BXPfiRIENCB HEAVY GALES.
All the island stenmcrs experienced
heavy weather on the Inward voyage
In all tho channels a gale was blowing
and the seas terrible. The Klnau ban
less trouble than the other steamers
and did not rnlss a port.
The Hawaii had a boat smashed at
Paauhau and two men slightly Injured.
During the homeward voyage she win
In Imminent peril from the heavy sris
that swept over her but reached port
without further accident.
The Keauhou was not so fortunate.
At Punaluu she was caught between
two seas running In opposite direc
tions. While raising her anchor to
get away the wench was smashed by
the lurching of the ship and tho anchor
had to be raised with block and tackle
To aggravate the danger, whllo raising
the anchor, tho vnlvo of tho donkey
blew out, Tho little steamer had a
narrow escapo from being daBhcd upon
After getting to sea the Keauhou
made the homeward 'voyage practi
cally under water. Capt. Sloshcr had
himself lashed to the wheel after order
ing all steam put on and ploughed
through the raging sea expecting every
moment would be tho last. The Ke
auhou made tho trip from Hawaii In
twenty-two hours nn extraordinary
time record for a steamer ot her class.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Japanese News Notctt.
There will bo a literary meeting of
Japanese In their Methodist church,
Kukul street, at the usual time this
evening. S. Yoshlyc, secretary of the
Japanese Consulate and T. Ishlkawa,
editor of the Yamato Shlmbun (Japan
ese News) wilt Bjicnk. Sir. Yosnlye'c
subject will bo the "Story of Kolca,"
n placo where ho has spent many years
ot his life.
The third number of "The Young
Men" has been published by tho Ja
pancso Y, SI. C. A. Copies were dis
tributed today. Among the principal
articles are the following: "Our Hopo
for Young SIcn," by Rev. K. Islit;U;
"People with Ileast-llko Tempera," by
Slasuda; "Report of the Japanese Y. SI.
0. A." and "Thoughts of Young Slen "
by Klmurn, Slljuno and Sankotsu;
"Chance of Successful Life," by Rlku
seki and others.
Sailed Oct. 29, Am. schr. Chas. E.
Falk, O. Hemmlngston master cleared
In ballast tor Port Townsend. Am. bk.
Martha Davis, A. McAlman master,
cleared In ballast for Honolulu to load
In Port Am. bk. Santiago, Engalls
master; Am. bktn. Oeo. C. Perkins, SI.
Slaas master; Am. bk. Falls of Clyde,
The Republican party stands for
municipal government. Vote the
In compliance with the Laws, notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned have
formed a co-partnership as follows:
Names and residence of members, R. A.
Wadsworth, Kahulul, Maul ; Roy A.
Woodward, Pearl City, Oahu. Nature of
business, manufacture of Carbonated
Water. Firm name,
OAHU SODA WORKS,
iC7S-2t Pearl City, Oahu.
YARDS CO., LTD.
1,6 9 tjl O.IT
Full Moon on Nov. 6 at 12:30 P. SI.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Novem
ber 5. Temperature Slornlng mini
mum.CS; Slidday maximum, 77.
Barometer at 9 a. .m. 30.04. Falling.
Dew Point 04F.
Humidity at 9 o. m. 772 per urnt.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vember 5.: Weather clear, wind light
Saturday. Novembsr 1
U S Navv transport Nero. Llnd. from
San Francisco, October 3), en route to
Yokohama with coal.
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, from Paau
hau. Stmr Klnau, Clark, from Hllo, Maul
and Molokal ports.
U S tug Iroquois, Pond, from Kaana
pall. Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from Walmea;
So bags taro and t package sundries.
Sunday, November 4.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Nawlllwlll: 1; ban taro. 24 bags bones
and 20 packages sundries.
stmr Aiaui, rawer, irom maui pons;
lio bags corn, 200 bags taro. 22 bags pota
oes. 78 bundles hides and )i packages
USAT Port Stephens. Grav from San
Francisco; 472 hoises en route to Manila.
Stmr Walaleale. Green, from siaul ports
with Democratic party.
Monday, November $.
Bktne Brvant. from San Francisco with
BK Albert, irom san t-rancisco witn
Ship Yolo, from London with general
P SI S S Cnlna, Selbury, from the
Saturday November 1.
Helene, Freeman, for Laysan Is
Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson,
for San Francisco.
4mtd. schr. Golden Shore, fot Puget
Monday, November i
Schr. Molwahlne, for Hawaii.
Gasoline schr. Surprise, for Kaw.il ports.
From Hllo and way pott", per stmr.
Klnau. Nov. 3 Miss F. A. Haskett, Miss
K. L. Haskett, John Schaefer, F. E. Rich
ardson, J. F. Colley, J. H. Wise, W. T.
Cornwall and wife, Miss Martha Afong,
Mrs. Hutchinson and son, A. A. Bravmer,
C. H. Teaff, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Bruce
Kennedy, Miss Pierce, Miss Macmlllan,
Mrs. Llshman. W. Thompson. J.T. Crow
ley, J. C. Axtell, Max, Morltz, H. Walters
C. H. Tracy, E. E. Lyman, W. C Wylle,
D. W. Marsh, F. Brughelll, A. A. Benson,
A. W. Hobson, Chas. Gunn.S. Parker,
Jr., J. p. Brown and wife, H. P. Danford,
ueorge vveigpi, rt. n. Long, w. a. uev
ere'ix. W. Boote. A. V. Pettus. Mrs. W. L,
Stanley, Rey. J. F. Durao, J. A. Lindsay,
J. P. McCoy, J. Murray, Mrs. S. K. Pui,
Mrs. r-. u. smun ana son, vy. Kinder, J.
J. Mahoney, J. B. Goldstone and wife, V.
Muto, M. G. K. Hopkins and 7) deck pas
rom b ee e. nei
r stmr. Kauai. November
i-Kev. O. H. Gl
u lick and wile. Mrs. ho.
Llhau, J. Faben and 10 deck pas-
From China and Japan, per P. SI. S. S.
China, Nov. 5 Rev. A. E. Cory, P. G.
SIws Geesteranus and C. J. Keurenaer.
Through : Dr. Josephine M. Blxey, Sirs.
C. L. Brent, W. A. Daland, Miss Hung
tlneton, Lt. N. E. Irwin, U.S.N., Miss R.
L. Kunn, J. Lenne, L. A. Levy, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. A. Noble, W. W. Rich. Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. H. Von Redeskv. Miss H. E.
St John, 51. Thlelj Mr. and Mrs. C Bog
danovltch, Lt. G. R. Clark, U.S.A., Maj.
J. Van R. Hoff. U.S.A.. Rev. D. T. Hung-
tlngton, M. M Kunn, Comd'r P. De Lem
ascheffsky, G. Lennlng, A. W. Macpher-
son, J. rorter, ur. a. u. h. Kussell, u.b.
IN., UIiuck sat, I', sornagen, r-., I suje.
A treat Is promised the muBlc lovets
of Honolulu, In the way ot a concert to
be given by Delia E. Orlswold on Fri
day the 23d Inst. She will be assisted
by Paul Egry, violinist, and F. A.
Ballaseyus, pianist and accompanist;
the program promises to be an excep
tionally attractive one.
Among the Shrlner excursionists who
stayed over from the steamer ZealandU
with wlfo and family was Adam Qunr,
who Is In the employ of the American
Book Company ot New York, the con
cern that supplies Hawaii with school
All the Oriental freight landed from
the China Is being fumigated as well
as the personal effects of the 30 steer
age passengers landed at the quaran
None of the steamers of the Inter-Island
or Wllder's S. S. Companies will
sail until Wednesday on account of the
A telephone company in Tennessee
has prohibited the smoking of cigar
ettes by Its employes.
.fec...'. in nil tomm trill rl InttrltJ II
tBT rr.li lint ' mtttitmi if .fi (ft
tMiri..l to unit omt to,, m trull Iva uttki,
4nJ to tt nil ... .., 7l li lit ttitHit ndftf
Imnt tvtt ofnt4 Iht Ptvptt f Ittntlnln.
cMi'LoYrns of help HtcisTrs with
U W. W. ATKINSON. MEHCHANT ST,
BARGAINS IN JEWELKY-you cn iti ih.m at
M. P. LLCAS. n Hotel St Flnt Enirrtvlnr
ana .njm.ijng aftnt.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS TIi. Union Eiprm Co.
. Bit WHIIE SWnU WH 3I-C. !M111
UOUSES FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
nOOMS FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED.
UNEMPLOYED TO REGISTER AT ONCE.
ATKINSON, tt MERCHANT ST.
P. opl.'a E.p-r .. Office
WANTED To rnt furnlth4 houM, clo-t In,
rood oroortunlty for rtrtlel ffolnr away to
cwt Al l.nani.
Call or aJ4r.il E. b. Gill, Re
tniMlcan oIBM. ib-i-iw
ANTED Nice co'tict of 4 or s room, furnl.h.4
for noUHkrrpine. Aasrtu a miionice
YV M. F. LUCAS. -i Hol.l Si.
WANTED-THIRTY MEN-HACKMEN-for flu
Hawaiian AotomoMle Company. Intalllccnt
mrn of auady nablu, with rood reference, only re
quired. Knowledge of atrteu a necessity. Younc
men preferable. Preliminary Instruction In training;
Khool Riven walla under aalary: uniform, furnlihcd
.trotf. voodw...,. ADDlvD.rion.tlv to M.n.eer
Hawaiian Autumobil. Company, at Rapid Tran.lt
Company! office, ell Fort street. fcetwMn o and io:)o
or wan, no )p. loiemi
WANTED-WATCHES to repair by Jeweler of is
jrtara experience. G. D1ETZ at? Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH ANGE f or cl.an Cot
lonRagi. Appply at Bulletin Office. isVH
THE OWL IUNCH AND OYSTER-ROOM-1
Oyster tfrved n tbt thtll only. Try hit
I (tmout Him nd Ere Sandwich and Coffet, Cor
Nuuanu and MtV strait. DICK DALY Proprlttor.
TO LET Two Larct Sunny Rooms, largt closet
nd bath. Address
"I'unahou. this office. tftrftw
ROOMING HOUSE TO LET-Tht second story
Of the Territory Stat-les Uulldlncs, comlstlnr of
larrt rooms' Ith s baths and w, c. Possession
riven DKember lit, 1900. Apply to G. SHUMAN,
lain Lri and Fart iroof. half hlnrlt from llnlol.
Enquire In therear i6ttiw
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of Maklkl and
Wilder Aenues.a Apply on premises. i6yft-im
FOR RENT Two new brick stores, best location
In the city, french plat show windows. Inquire
at the New England Bakery. Hotel St i6n-lf
WELL Furnished rooms, with board. Sefton
House. Younf Street, near Pllkol. 1 6 jgn t
COR SALE OR HIRE Tent, tixtf. 6 ft. wall,
mlUble for luau or meatlnrs. R. W. ATKIN
SON, a Merchant St.. People's Express Office.
SALE CHEAn 1 level lolt. looxwofeet. at
almukli also I leas one e-Storv House of 8
rooms, with (rounds tcoxioo large stable and Mr
van, s rooms; also Houses anj Lots on Young
street. Arp'y to H. GORMAM, at Grlnbaum V Co.,
Quen street. t6t6-tmo
rOR SALE tx6 T. & G.. t T. A G. flnnrln'
r ,-4, xb U. V., Jes surlaceJ; R. W. Shtnctts,
chtap. Wa klkl, corner of King street and Insane
mjriUBI KDiyi wan m fiwy . (n,, is q i, J IO y
p. m. i6ti-iw
PR SALE Stoa, Futnltureof woomed cottage
near towa, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILXIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
tt 6 Merchant St.
THEbxttwo fores clear In town Is the LURLINE
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
pheum. All kinds of Manila cigars a specially.
rOR SALE LOTS In 'alama near town. All sties
and prices. Apply to
AM SAVIDGE & CO..
too Merchant St.
Leasehold on Oueen sret.
near Honolulu Iron Works.
i Work, ij vcari to run.
spicnaia VTarcnout Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
ao6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. G Irwin, Esq. Apply to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street i6u-tf
COR SALE-UNDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
uii, pyj. m. viVAa.
I OST November ist. Balling Receipt No. ntj for
- Jioo.oo, In favor of Mee Hlag. On check. No.
66, on Bishop St Co. for Sim oo. In favor of Chang
Met Htng, and on not for i.oi. Payment has
been flopped in same. Finder pleas return to Ha
wallan Chines Newt Co., and receive reward. ?V,W
I OST Certl6ctt No. 1316 ot Pass Book No S9
d , in ravor 01 kovi. a. aooin, August 0, 1009.
Payment has wen stopped and parlies art warned
Kinti nogoiiating mnt, 10T4MW
I OST a gold enameled pin; monogram 0. S 96
I In crlmton and sfold. Finder ftleas return to
inn owie ana receive rewaro. u
POUND A tine surf board marked 'D" was found
near the uill tiuoy this morning. Full Inform
atlon can be had at this office by paying costs nf ad
COUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
1 street opposite the Arlington Owner can ottaln
same at this offic by paying for this advertisement
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., Ltd.-The
sixth assessment of li.oo per share n the
Assessable Stock of the Maunalel Sugar
Co., due September 5th, 1000, becomes
delinquent this date, and, if not paid at
ooce, will be advertised, sold by auction
ana pougni in oy me company as I reas-
EMMCI I MAI,
Nov, 5th, loco.
The Annual Meeting of the Pacific Hard
ware Co., Ltd., will be held at Its office In
Honolulu, at to a. m.,on Tuesday, Novem
Business: Election of Officers, Revision
JAS. CORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, Nov. 5th, iqoo. irj7g.iw
SIDNEY BOYD for the last nine years
Chief Cook of the S S "Australia" has
resigned his position and l now Chief
, Cook of the Orpheum Co.'s Cafe. He
I asks his friends and all others who are de
sirous of enjoying good meals to call there.
Best of service guaranteed and prices
I moderate. i678-3w
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
? KSH I AT $50.00.
Z HB JsT
I yf I The Cleveland is a flood Bicycle.
rnii 1 x 1
Has made another
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards. Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests arid Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRE and' BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES ?-
8. W. LEDBRER, Propr.
Constantly - On - Mi
New Shipments Every Month.
- A -
We have the FRESHEST and PUREST
lot of Drugs to be found in the T. of H.
An Experienced Compounder who knows
Bring your, perscripthns to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Japanese in both
White and Fancy.
of jail sizes.
in Blue and Wnte.
in large variety.
Lowers & GooU
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of '. . .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at
Oflc ., ....
near Fire Station
BURNETTE j0 DECKER
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All ParU of the City II
Beautiful Home on easy terms, 5co
cash balance In monthly Installments of
Four Choice Lots, Monsarrat road, Ka
plolanl Park addition, at a bargain. Call
for particulars. .
Building Lot 6cxi2o, Wilcox tract, near
town; only I1500; 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
. HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
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 DISPUY.
EIFECT telephone 2000.
WHIM 1 Prepared to fill or.
M6UCED T ders until 4 p. m.
MtfrTLT Saturday!. . . .
At MERCMTILE PRIHTIHG
Canwr ol Fort Street.
The Erenlnf Bulletin, 71 unta pet
niontk. . .1
Henrj Wakiiouse & Co
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