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Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTIOH E BR AND
II !i.l jueen Htreoi
Tuesday, November 20,
At 12 oMo:k. noon, at the prtmle,
EMMA SQUARE, at rear of the re l Jence,
cf James P. Morgan, I will sell at Public
i Large 2 Room Cottace, Iron Roofing
1 " j " "
1 " 2
BullJIngs are sjitaMe for removal as a
Jas. F. iNorgatii
MONDAY, Nov. 20, 1000,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 35 Queen street, Hono
lulu, 1 will sell at Public Auctlen by order
of the 1 reasurer, Mr. J. I'. Cooke, the
following certificates of stock In the
Klhel Sugar Co., Ltd., unless the 8H1
Assessment due August 1st, 1900, delin
quent Sept. p, 1000, w Ith.lnterest thereon
and advertising expends is pild on or be
fore the dav and hour of sale.
74 W. C Achl 100
SI P. D. Angus 10
229 P. SI. Lydlg '.200
308 C. F. SIcrrllleld 6
391 E. n. Stackable 10
117 A. . Young 10
42!' H. A. Ilunsen 10
30 L. Ah Leong 10
537 V. C. Achl 100
SGI D. II. Lewis 40
r)S3 H. Wnterhouso & Co 25
031 H. U. Schrotke 60
C05 C. II. Laago 10
879-CS0 C. II. Laago 40
"75 E. S. Taylor 10
tSi'C. S. Ciano 7
587 II. S Crnno 18
952 SI. Dowers 20
9J C I'. Jleirlfleld 5
1073 J. SlacQuecn CO
1142 C. Knlacr 100
1175 J. Hairy 10
1291 C S Desky 100
HQ7 V. n. l'lnkuum 5
Uio C. S. Desky lr.f
1303 C. S. Dchlty SO
1GIS-1524 C. S. Desky 730
1532 J. II. Fisher 45
1631 J. H. FJsher 25
1319 J. II. Fisher 100
, 1572 J. H. Fisher 10
1573 W. C. Achl 390
15S1 J. Slakalnal 25
1CI0 J. H. Fisher 10
1052 A. L. Young 10
1C33 J. H. FlBher 10
1C5I J. H Cummlngs 10
1C71 O. Schuman '. 50
1CS1 A. U Young 10
-1C90 D. H. Lewis Jr 35
17S3 W. E. Rowoll 30
990 J. H. Boyd 7
1010 S. L. Kekumano 4
1144 W. H. Coney 1
1103 Sirs. A. V. Conrad 1
1212 W. F. Jocker 10
13S7 J. L .Sllva 3
14 C. F, Conrad ,. 3
1512 E. C. Zimmerman 2
411 SI. D. Lycurgus 3
JAS. F. SIOIIGAN,
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Nov. 10. 1000. 16.S4.tJ
, The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
Tin- t'rriich bark llowiet returned
li) nrt unterilny, nftor being nut two
ueks, 011 iicciitiut nf the iIckneM of
t'nptnlu l.oliclic The liaik HomiipI It
will lip remembered wn lined lluno by
Collector fltncknblo for nut t ottipl tiiK
with the rtnttoniR regulations.
Hy ItnpcrntUo Instructions from the
Treasury Department nt Washington
the Collector of Customs was compell
ed to Impose the 11 no haliiK mi option
In the matter Hut believing that there
were mltlxntliiK circumstances lie re
commended nn nppenl to WnshltiRton
mid uthlsrd the department of the facts
iisMhk thai Tit least a portion of the
line be remitted. His nihlccs by the
Ktnlimdla contained Instructions that
the fine had been remitted to 20 r
reduction of $!S0.
Dr. Jobe, qunruntlne officer, went on
board the Uosstiet this morning to see
Captain Lorbene and ordered him to
the hospital. Ho Is of the opinion that
the Cnptalu Is not seriously ill but U
suffering rather from n slight aber
ration of mind superinduced by his
troubles with the Custom House. I)".
Jobo btlloca that when dipt. Lobeno
bears the welcome news of the remlf
slon of his fine he will be all right.. "It
Is simply a mild case of wheels," re
tiuiKed tho doctor.
PACIFIC FREIGHT CHANGE
New York, Nov. 10. The contract
between the I'nclilc Mnll Steamship
Compuny and the 1'anam.i Itnllru.id
Company, which expires on December
Kith, may not be renewed. It Is ic
ported In Wall street, the terms of re
newal proposed by the ralhoad com
pany being unsatisfactory.
The 1'aclflc Mall Company has been
carrj Ing the railroad company's freight
on the 1'aclflc ocean, hut It Is said that
the railroad lomp.iny may now mike
arrangements for Its 1'acllic traffic
with the California and Oiiental
Steamship Company, which has Hi
pilnclpal terminal at San Diego, Cal.
and runs from that port to the Hawa
iian Islands and to Japan nnd China,
making stops nl San 1'rancisio when
J. IMw-ard Simmons, piesident of the
l'an.imn Railroad Company and 1.. 1).
Stoddait lie president of the Califor
nia and Oriental Steamship Company
declined to discuss the report.
Ship Fllntttlilre In Trouble.
San Francisco, Nov. 9. A letlm of
the elements, the British ship Flint
shire Is making this port under a Jul'
lig, and the story of her trials "will no:
bu learned until she is boarded off the
Heads, perhaps several dajs hence.
Tho bark K. 1. Hlthct, which cnrno to
anchor outside Ute yesterday after
noon, reports speaking tho Flintshire
at 11 point 500 miles west of port, but
the date was not, given In he ltlthet's
memorandum. The Flntshlro was dis
masted, nnd was proceeding very slow
ly under Jury rig. She was apparently
In no distress otherwise, but It Is be
lieved to have passed through a storm
or series of storms of great severity
The Flintshire said from here on Sep
tcmbei i'3d last , grain laden, for
Quecnstown, and her departure w.u
made notable by tho fact that upon
crossing the bar she suddenly ran Into
a terillllc gulo nnd was unable to land
the pilot, Captain Stott, who 'vvus -ar
ried down the coast several hundreJ
miles and was taken from the ship at
seu by the steamer Geoige Loomls and
landed nt Ventura, coming home ly
rail nearly .1 wtek later. Before Cap
tain Scott left the Fliutshlie, however
sho had had a rough experience, pirt
of the time being on her beam ends
and the cargo shifting. Order and
ipilet wus restored, however, before he
took leave of the vessel, nnd sho was
believed to bo far on her way toward
Schooner from llonglon.
By the last steamer from the Orient
! was received the news that, a short
time pievlous to her departure, a
bchiHiuer laden with opium had set out
for the Islands. Although she has nev
, or actually been in port, she has seen
tlie Islands at a distance several tines
and has alwajs succeeded lu lauding
her contraband cat go. The agent and
owner of both the c.ugo and the
I schooner lift for tho Island of Hawaii
not long ago and It is supposed that
'he went theielu anticipation of the ar-
I i v.i 1 of the hchoouu ut n date not far
II moved from the present. Of course,
the place of landing Is not known to the
Jncl: SlcVelgh will be back In his old
stamping grounds at Slaullola nt the
beginning of next month. Tho quaran
tine station Is lu good condition so that
theio will be no necessity for nny Im-
0 3NT X O 3E-
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVE1 LUf.-H r00Ng.
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
The t'rriich bark II
-riff tr? .ys
'a m II t ni lp m ,a n
19 1 11 1 11 10 7 l 9 01
to' is 1 81 t to1 8 etl 9 4T
Monday .. ,
I t8 ir
a it ii
8 00 C 84
8 18 I
16 10 )o II )
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11 a. m.
6 Ij'l 4
New Sloon on the 21st at 8:47 p. m
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Grenwlcii time, being
that ot the mer Jan of 157 30. The
lime whistle r .wi at 1:30 p. m.,
which U the .me as Greenwich Oh.
Tides from the United State Coast
and Geodetic Burvey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul nnd Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. MOVESIESTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due nnd sailing for the re
mainder ot this and the whole ot next
month are as follows:,
Steamers From Due
Hongkong Slant S. F. Nov. 20
Nippon Maru Yokohama ....Nov. 20
Warrlmoo Colonies "Nov. 21
Aornngl Victoria Nov. 24
Chlnn S. F. Nov. 27
Sonoma S. F. Nov. 27
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama . . . .Nov. 30
Steamers For Due
Hongkong Maru Yokohama ..Nov. 20
Nippon Slaru S. P. Nov. 20
Australia S. P. Nov. 21
Warrlmoo Victoria Nov. 21
Aornngl Colonies Nov. 24
China Yokohama Nov. 2f
Sonoma Colonies Nov. 27
Hlo de Janeiro S. P. Nov. 30
Sunday, November 18.
OSS Xealandia. from Sjii Francisco,
French Ik Bossa-.t. nut In on account of
Mmr. W. o. Hall, Thompson, from
Sunday, November 18
Am ship Star of Russia, Mortensen, for
Puget Sound In ballist.
Bktn S G Wilder, Jackson, for San
Francisco with sugar,
Uk Martha U.ivls, McAlman, for San
PmikIsco with sugar.
Sch Concord, AUna, for Hawaii ports.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett 'or K jpa.i.
Am schr Emma, Claudlne, Nielsen, for
Eureka In ballast.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
StmrNoeau, Wyman,for Stakaweliand
Walmca, Kauai at 4 p m.
Stmr Kauat, Green, for EleeleanJ Nil
hau at a n m.
Stmr Walaleaie, Green, for Hanamaulu,
AiiuKini, Ananoia and Mlauca at 4 p m.
Stmr Lehu?, Bennett, for Maul puis at
P m' PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From San Francisco, perS S Zealand la,
Nov 18 J E Alej.ander, G H Baldwin,
Miss A F Beard, h H Beard, MtsliokouN
ky and child, J II Booth. Miss S G Bor
den, Geo Browne, C Buffett, J K Burkett
and wife. J C Cohen, t! E Corbly, C
Corner, 4 Corper, Ml M Corper, F R
Dallett. K Dee ken, John Derrlg and wife,
Virs H Dlnkalage. Mls DInkalage, W j
Dutton. Miss M P Dutton. Miss .Viae En-
glehardt, A E Ensign, II Estlnghau-en, C
A l-leld and wne. w W r-nng-, Jr, Mrs
E S Gill, Mrs B Gleason, M G (Joss, Mrs
F Green. O HllletrlJ. L Hubbard. Ma-
on Mitchell, AUs G F Morehouse, Mrs
W U Morrow, Sllss b M Morrow. Mrs U
D Dumford and child, Chas O'Connell.
i J Rlodan E Rossi. R Ryecrolt, Sirs J
SI Sas, F Sllva and wife, J J bullivan,
L J Warren. W W Weswatt. C L Wight
andwlte, CE Willi ims, E C Wilson, F
E Van Husklrk, A Zuckermann, Miss B
W Parish. GC Powell.
From Kauai, per stmr W G Hall, Nov
18 Paul Isenberg and wife. Rev Hans
Is-nberg, W H Rice, Eric A Knudsen, F
vVlber, Fpnk Adalbet, Austin Cr ffand
wife, Sheriff J A Coney, H Clapham,
Geo Jones, Rob McLeai,, H Morrison. Sir
Mr Goldstein, L E Plnkham, F II Wilson,
Ah Young, Gamamotn, j Conotable, Mrs
Koke, Mrs L Kapu, S U Koke Miss Car
rie Rice, James Patrick, Mrs C H Phlps,
Mrs Panics, Mrs J Kaal, Rosenbledt, P
Obet, Keklshlg, Ah Hul, A A Braford, H
Neutaur, Slis H Kokl. Master Kane. Miss
Anne Tell, Mrs W H Tell, W II Te I, J H
Kalvvi, F Gieswold, E tt Halstead.
From Maul, pe- stmr Claudlne, Nov 19
-Ml-s Paris, br J H Raymond, Wal'er
Dillingham, Miss K Cornw ell. Mrs W H
Cornvvell, Ir, Mrs C D Stone. W A Bulcs,
D Conwav. A New house. F Wricht. J H
Taylor, wife, chill and servant, H P Bald
win, W L l-lacs, J J Paimalte, l-ather .u
ilen, Hon Fo, V J Alencastre, J II SI.ion,
Father Libert. Fatln-r Mar.simln. Frher
Stephen. J Nevln. NSuveness and 67 on
Knnocltinl Hclnji Ilcpiilrctl.
Tho Kanoelanl, tho racing barge
owned hy Prince Cupid Kalunlanaolo,
Is being repaired and put Into good
sliapo again, Tho Kanoelanl Is ono of
the boats that came to Honolulu tho
samo time as the Kaplolnnt ot the Hcn-
lanl Dout Club, recently taken in hand
by Jack Atkinson and repaired.
All classical and popular sheet nvi
sio is now sold by the Dergstrom Mu
sic Co., Ltd., at a discount ot one-third,
The very latest music Is always on
hand and a competent musician will
play them for you on the "Crown"'
Some ot the most exquisite color work
that we have ever seen Is now on ex
hibition at the Btore of the HONO
LULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., 420
You shoull uear
Dr.Plercs's Electric Bell
It gles New Lite ani
Lntrgy 1 1 weak men ani
ucmen. Seni lor' HOOK-
ItT 0 s " AiJress
I'ir.WCI! I.LKCTUIC CO.,
,A4t. in i.i ttlumn uilt bt inttrttJ
II itnlt tint cnt inittHam tf ttntt ltt
tmttttionf to ttnti em ttttik, 40 ttntt two uttkt.
anJ to ttntt cnt month lilt it tbt tbttbtit Jvtr
hunt trtf otftttJ tit fttfit tif Honolulu.
HUNOLI LU TYPEUKtTrH EXCHANGE
A. COWAN, MANAOLK
All makMM fnichiftc oli ren.p. ani rer-'rei
Suf piles (nr all tvi rltt Shorthand n4
"l)rtHlnp taught, pub IcTytewt tef
Office -ATKINSON , Room it. Magon IIMI'ln
RU ATKINSON, H MO'FDTOMOKr
. VV. CnNVENIFNT PREVISES IN THE
MAfiOON BLO K MERCIMNTST
BARGAINS IN JEWCLRY-vou can pet Ihem l
M.F LI CAS, toj Hotel St. F-fit Engraving
ani enameling dnne. i66t
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union E-prtss Co
nai wnnc awpnj rJK ale iam
WANTED To buy louni g title driving- antmat.
Andrei a 'H" tfi a tflice atating price, etc.
WANTED-ENGRAV1NG AND ENAMtitlNO
M F. LUCAS, to Hotel St iri
OlANTED-WATCHES lo leralr by (.V.l.i ol ij
" veata exr-etlcnce. O. DIETZ, m Nuuaim Si
LD PAPERS TO EXCIUSGE for cle'.n Cot
ion Rata Aprfly al Bulletin Office, nfo-tl
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oyalera served n the ahell only Try hl
lanoua Ham ani Ifg Sandtlches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hue' atreeta. W.M LUC.S, Prorrlelor
ROOVIINffHOlJSi TO LET-The aecond Hory
ol the Territory StaMel DuUJIntl. convttln; of
tt lalRe room with a bath and a w e Pn-lnn
g Iven Pecember lit, rooo Apr'y to O. SCHUAt AN
Merchant Street if"-im
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of M.kkl and
Wilder Avenue. , rply on rreffiUea ii6-itn
FOR RENT Two rew brick M3re, teat location
In the city, trench p'ate how wlndowa. Injulre
at the New Lngland Bakery. Hotel St iCti-iI
FOR 5lE-One Smith Premier tue inter, it
rood aa new for aala cheap. Intulre ot A T
HROCK room eo Jndd lulldlne iC-lt
COR SAIE-, HEAD OB USE DRiVINQ
I STOCK, matched learnt and alnrle animals 0
Mal ol larpe mules Mav be seen at Andrad a
Slailea.Kewalo. i. , McKEN7IF. ."-w
FOR SALE One xiuare piano. Webir. Is In eood
condition, $rs Box s8. or call al saS h rt street
FOR SAI F A rood tale lamllt horse Cheap
NEW ENOLAND UAKEY, , ' iC86-iw
NTARLV NEW. UPRIOHT PIANO lor sale at a
bu?ah Arply ),9 n.re4ila street, near
Pumplne Sttllon. if3 tl
COR SALE OR HIRE-Tent tii6. It. wall
I suitable fo- luau or metlln-.. R V ATKIN
SON, Macool Block. .MenhanfSl
COR SALE CHEA I level loll ioooo net. at
I Ka'mbklt also I leas, ene t-Storv House ol S
roms with srojnda tcoxtoo larce stable a-d sir
v ants' roomst alio Houses ana Lots on Y ,unn
stre-t Arpiy loll COR VUM al Oilntium ,V Co
Oil en street i6.6-ins
FOR SALE $100. Tutnltureol a-rocmed cottage
near towi, with rrlvileze ot rentnff c (face
U ILIUM SAVIDGb Sc CO.,
er 0 Merchant ?t
fHE bfl Iwo lor at clear In bran Is the H'VL'NE
t to be lied at fie Mvrite Clear More neat toOr-
hum ll klwds ol w."lla cigars a specialty
FOR SALE-LOTS In alama nar lon All sites
and prices rpl lo
WILLIAM SAVIDOE tt CO
eoo Merchant t
FOR SLE $4000 IithnIJ on Qurn t rM
ner Horttilulu Iron Worki ti jit to run.
SrUnili Warrhnute Location
Arpiy to w illiam savidge, & co .
106 Mffchant street
FOR SALE A r-'r of Hack r-uch lurt formerly
the froptrtyof Wm O Irwin, Ej. Arr'V
limes CaMy, Amrlcin Stables, Merchant ani Rich
arJi trcet '.l1,!1
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY ByJ M VIVAS u8t
I OST, STHAYED OK STOLEN-A small Mack
a- Cocker Spaniel Irnm residence, Karlolanl Park
AiearJl'l t. ealj lor llaratmn to C J l-ALK.
ae9 Fort street. l6C7at
LOST-On Walklkl RoaJ. a short Hack cap.,
tralJeJ. Flnier please return to fil, oftice
LOST a gold enameleJ pin monogram U. S., 06
In crimson ani noli. FlnJer pleas, return to
iMa off te ani receive rewari tl
FOUND-At corner ol Kins al'eet ani Walklkl
roai. an 18 K goli uciilni rlnz Flniercan
hse same be calling at Ihls oflice ani pa In c sis
of aivert'alne i63itl
FOU.SD A fme surl boari markei U s louni
near tie Uell Blue this mornlne Full Intotm
AtU.fi can be hsi at til's ofn 4 H paying costs ol ai
COUND-A BUNDLE OF llfCK CRAPE on Hotel
1 street opposite the Arlington Owner can obtain
sam. at this olfic. by paslng lor this aiverllsement
A Bright One Act Comedy Sketch
lRICE8-25, 50, TRc.
Rlthet'aTrlp to 'Hrlsco.
A San Tianclsco paper of November
10 contains the follow Inn on that ved
Bel's trip from Honolulu:
After lying outside all night In the
fog, the bark It. 1'. Htthet came Into
the harbor yesterday, bringing a cargo
of 32,392 bags of sugar. The captain
of the Itlthet reported that he sailed
from Honolulu on October 11th, and
for the first fifteen days out had llg'it,
baffling winds. On November 2d, in
latitude 33 degrees 30 minutes nortn,
longitude 1S9 degrees 25 minutes west,
Barbara Paschal, aged 2 months and
14 days, died from natural causes, and
was burled at sea the same day.
Gage Dcnlcti It.
Washington, Nov. 10. Secretary
Qage denied emphatically this after
noon that he contemplated resigning
from the Cabinet before the expiration
of President McKlnley's flist term. As
to his future movements he said he had
not made up his mind what he .would
do after March 4th next,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
t Ku i Si
We are not Selling Furnitureffl--
On The Installment Plan
But you can
Save 25 per cent
by buying your furniture for cash at
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chl
Tonlers. Chairs, Rockers. Baby Carriage .
Bureaus, Ice Chests and Refrigerators!
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
!"?A?.nt?f?r MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor V BUiUjNanERETAHiA ST .
ODstantly - Oq - Hand
New Shipments Every Month,
Napa Soda Lemonade
Is It Good? Well Just Try One!
Honolulu Drug Company,
VON MOLT BLOCK, 61 Klrm St.
A. 11. Otis.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
Syttm. All size on hand with
necessary fittings j also
Laundry Tubs, Etc,
LEWERS & COOKE.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE , . .
Fine Job Printing at the bulletin
E. 0. Hail & Son,
We are selling all Models of 1900
Cleveland is a Good Bicycle.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ot the City
House anJ Lot, Palama, easy terms, J 503
down, balance In Installments of f 50 per
House and Lot. Wilder avenue, right on
new electric car line, onlv 51.250.
20 Choice Lots, Kaplolanl Park addition
Large House & Lot. Walklkl, Sj.600 net
Houses to let In all parts of the city.
Lots, Kapahulu, very cheap.
Houses and Lots In all parts of the city.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin
Otto A. Bierback.
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Call and tee them.
We also have a
Fine line of . .
, IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in thin city, .
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
RRVeTT TELEPilONH 2000,
HINTING i Prepared to fill or.
BODUCED T ders until A p. m.
BOMPTLY ' Saturdays. . . .
rhe MBRC&HTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street.
The Evening Bulletin, 7( -wnt pet
mouth. ' t j
Heory Waterhouse & Co.
,.,, -mat n