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.THE EVENINOBULLETINl HONOLULU, H. I., EKlDAY, NOVEMBER .3J..J900.
KB rate ." .
Jas. F. Morgan
it 83 Quacn Iftpaai
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. .MORGAN.
MONDAY, Nov. 20, 1000,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
nv salesroom. 11 Uueen street. Hono-
, 1 will sell at Public Auction by order
of the Treasurer, Mr J. P. Cocke, the
following certificate of tock In the
Kihei Sugar Co., Ltd., unless the Kth
Assessment due August 1st, 1900, delin
quent Sept. 10, 1000, with Interest thereon
and aJvertlsinR expanses is paid on or be
fore the dav and hour of sale.
85 F. D. Angus 10
229 P. M. Lydlg ''.200
300 C. F. Merrifleld 6
A. L. Young 10
120 H. A. Dunsen 10
30 U Ah Leone 10
561 D. H. Lewis 40
JS3 H. Waterhouso & Co 25
C31-II. 11. Schrotke SO
CCJ C. II. Laage 10
C73-6S0 C. II. Laage 40
)SC C. S. Crane 7
SS7 H. S. Crane 18
9S2 M. IJowcrs 20
999 C. T. Merrlflold 5
1073 J. MacQucen GO
1291 C. S. Dcslty 100
1450 C. S. Desky l&r
1.1Q9 C. S. Dcsky 20
1D1S-1524-C. S. Dcsky 7S0
1532 J. II. Klsher 45
1531 J. II. risher 25
1549 J. II. Fisher 100
1572 J. II. Fisher 10
1573 AV. C. Achl 390
10S1 J. Makalnal 25
1610 J. II. Fisher 10
1652 A, L. Young 10
1C53 J. II. Fisher 10
slC54 J. II. Cummliigs 10
16710. Schuman 50
16S1 A. L. Young 10
1690 D. II. Lewis Jr 35
1783 W. K. Howell 30
990 J. II. lloyd 7
1010 S. L. Kekumano 4
1165 JlrB. A. W. Conrad 1
1212 W. F. Jocker 10
1387 J. L .Sllva 3
14C2 C. F. Conrad 3
1512 E. C. Zimmerman , 2
411 M. D. Lycurgus 3
JAS. F. MORGAN.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu. Nov. io.
Pop RukhIhh Nnvy.
The Russian Naval estimates for tin
year 1001 provide for an exppendlturo
of 97.097.6C0 rubles (about $74,000,0001.
Of this sum, ICOOO.OOO rubles are to bo
devoted to strengthening tho licet, 2.
000,000 aro to bo expended ond tho har
bor works nt Vlndlilstok, and 3,000.
000 nro assigned to Improving tho de
fenses of Port Arthur. Tho estimates
' exceed those of 1900 by 10,500,000 ru
bles. Public Opinion.
BIG SUGAR SHIPS
The Henry II. Ilil It. 1). Illcc, St.
I'mm-ls, V, II Malum k nml Tllllc l.
Hturhiiik were tho innln portion (it the
sugar lleet last )cnr. utiil It Is under
stood that they ntx chartered tn load
ulnar from Iiitc for New York, lirlnj
Ing a Kcnoiul rnrgo to San Krnnclsco
nml returning hero In linllant (or a
rnignr cargo. It will lie remembered
that Mr. Miguel (Merer), the laigc
shin .owner offered n rlzo of $5W to
nny rnptnln nf the allot o fleet who
would ninkc the trip from here to New
York In one hundred dni or tinder,
mid $100 to the captain who would
make the lieit time. The results of tin
rare should shortly be at hand, as sev
eral of the lleet have arrived In Sin
Francisco. The Henry U. Hyde mi
the favorite here of the fleet that left,
und Balled under the chargo of Cap
tain McCloiid who was exceedingly
popular here. It was rumored during
the captain's resldenco here, that he
would carry away with him as a bride,
one of our local society belles.
Tho Manna Loa arrived this morn
lug and reports flue weather In the
channel. The schooner Eclipse was at
Keauhou when tho Manna Loa left und
tho Kllhnu was off tho samo phro
when the Maunn Loa arrlteil. The II.
A. Co. have 3937 hags of sugar left hi
warehouse. The I & II. are cleaned
out. The II. A. Co. and Diamond II
mills nro not grinding steadily owing
to lack of water. At Honokaa tliero
are 1000 bags of sugar left. The weath
er at Ilamakita was clear, smooth anJ
'FHhco Mnll Service.
Tho Australian Star of Oct. 25th Is re
sponsible for the statement that there
will be no boat from Auckland to San
Francisco next month. This Is owln
to the withdrawal of tho Moana from
tho 'Frisco mall service, and the Inabl!
Its- of the new Bteamcr Sierra to tak"
up the running on the date arranged,
Arrangements w'll. therefore, ho mai'e
with either tho Federal or Vancomer
service to carry tho New Zealand mulls
InupcctorH ol IIuIIh.
The Federal Inspector of hulls, Is
expected here shortly from tho Cpast,
In coiiBequcnce of which many of the
marine engineers nro preparing then
selves for tho ordeal of examination.
As the engineers In tho employ of tUe
arlaus steamer lines aro men who are
dead next when It comes to engineer
ing problems and calculations, they
need not loose nny sleep over tho com
ing of Inspector Chas. l.ehncrs.
Notice to Stockholders
The StocUbooks of the OAHU SUGAR
COMPANY, IiTD., will be clottd to
transfers from November itJth until De
ctmber 1st, next, both days Inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
itJ95-tt Treasurer, Oahu Sugir Co., Ltd
Notice to Stockholders
TheStockbooksofthe PIONEER MILL
COMPANY. LTD.. will b; closed to
transfers from November 20'.h until De
cember ist, next, both dates inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
1695-it Treasurer, Plonef Mill Co., Ltd,
Election 01 Officers.
At the aJJourned Annual Meetlns of the
ICIpahulu Sugir Company, held Novemter
loth, 1000, tile following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
H. A. Isenberg, President i J. C. Pflue
ger, Vlce-presldtnt ; F. W. Kltbah.11,
I reasurer ; F. Klamp, Secretary i W.
1695 it Secre ary, Klpjlmlu Sugar Co.
The Governor directs that notice be
given that Wednesdiy, the 28th Jay of
November, being a legal holiday,?!! public
offices will be closed.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1000. iCyS-lt
The President having proclaimed Thurs
day, November 29th, a day of National
Thanksgiving, the Gave nor directs that
notice be given that all public offices will
be closed on that day.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1930. 1695.1t
Pound Mafttcr'8 Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below nave been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oaliu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law!
Nov. 2j, 19001 black mule (w) branded
l-K on left hind foot.
Nov. 21, 1900 1 bay mule (K) branded
undescrlbable, sore on back, all teet
Nov. 22, 1900: white horse, branded TR
on left hind foot.
All owners of the above described-animals
are hereby notified that I will sei'
them At public auction on Saturday, Dec,
8, 1000,'at 12 m., If not called for before
thatdate. K. KEKUENE,
I f I a I I p
1 m II
I 01 0 11
TuttJir .,.. ,
4.1 t I
. $ '
Monday . .
New Moon on the 21st at 8:47 p. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Ureenwlch time, belug
that of the meridian of 167 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as (Irecnwlch Oh, 0m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and (leodctlc 8urey Tables.
The tides at Kahulhl and Illlo occur
about nn hour earlier than at Honolu
MOVUMIINTS OF HTKAMnilS.
Strain due ami sailing for the re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as fullons:
Htcameri. From. D'ie.
AorangI Victoria Nov. 24
Chlnn S. F. Nov. 27
Sonoma S. !'. Nov. J.O
Illo do Janeiro Yokohama ...Dec. 5
Doric S. F Dec. 5
Coptic Yokohama Dec,
Australia 3. F. Dec.
Nippon Maru S. F. Dec.
American Maru Yokohama.... Dec,
Ventura S. F. Dec.
Sierra Colonies Dec. IS
Mloweru Colonies Dec. 1!
Hlo dc Janeiro S. F Dec. 11
Wnrrlmoo Victoria Dec. 22
City of Peking Yokohama.... Dec. 23
Coptic S. V. Dec. 29
Australia S. I Dec. 29
China Yokohama ....
. Nov. 2;
. . . Dec. i
Hlo tie Janeiro S. F. ..
Coptic 8. F. Dec. S
Australia S. F Dec. 12
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec. 13
American Maru S. F. Dec. 15
Ventura Colonies Dec. IS
Sierra S. F. Dec. 18
Mlaw era Victoria Dec. 1J
Hlo do Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Warrlmo Colonics Dec. 22
City of Peking S. F. Dec. 2b
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 29
N. n. A United States Army Trans
port may be expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th and Ztth of each month,
en route to Manila, unless routo Is
thnnged by the War Department.
Weather Iltirrau, Punahoii, Novem
ber 23. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 67; Midday maximum, SO.
Unromctcr nt 9 a. ni. 30.00 Irregular.
Dow Point CSP.
Humidity at 9 n. m. "8 per cent.
Diamond I lend Signal .Station, No
vember 23. Weather clear; wind llg'jt
Tho bark S. Katharine, barkentlne
Plnnter and brig Irving are 20 days out
and should bo along nny time .
Friday. November 21.
Stmr Kilauea Hou. McAllister, from
Maul rorts; 2100 bags Paauhau sugar, 30
1 eid cattle.
Stmr Mauua Loa, Slmerson, from Maul
norts: I02k6bacs sucir. 7?6 bags coffee,
231 bundles bananas, 144 sacks taro. 23
IMtrs iuuwlu. l.i; u 1, I) VV19 UU 1CI.
29 cattle head, 39 hogs heaJ, 2 horses, 290
Frldav. November 21.
Smr. Maul, Sachs, general freight for
Paauhau, Kukaliu, Eleele, Koloa, wal
mr.i. Hanamaulc. Makawell and Kekaha,
Schr Alice Kimball. Mason, for Kauai.
Ship C F Sjrgent Gammon for the
SounJ load coal.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kanaa
SlilpYola for Seattle load
, Stmr. Mauna Lot, Friday, Nivember 23
Cint Math s. Cant and Mrs Wood. Cart
Mills, Major 11 S llambly, Dr HollanJ, L
1 Lincoln, Air wiigaroin, .nrji-uwan,
Mls S Cowan, Miss V Cowan. C K
I'reot, J S Maloney an J wife, R D lilckei
ton, Master J Blckerton and 57 deck pas
OvcruHo ol (Julnlnc.
The overuse of rinlnlno by the laity
Is deprecated by W. T. Church In tho
Drltlsh Medical Journal. He thinks
thu drug Is given too much and It
would bo better If the laity know less
about It, as well na about morphine and
spmo other drugs. Ilo reviews the tes
timony as to tho physiologic effect of
quinine and names Borne of the evil
consquences that sometimes have fol
lowed Its use, bucIi as blindness, bead-
ache, nervousness, etc. He Bays that
quinine Is contrnlndlcnted In Inflamma
tion of the middle car.and labyrinth, In
renal Irritation, in acute Inflammation
of the gastro-lntesttnal tract, and In
still other cases It Is not well borne.
Tho most famous rat that ever lived
In the world was the ono that dug Into
the Mississippi levee, Ills fame came
to him by accident. It was not his In
tention to dig through tho levee, but
only to utilize It for a sate and pom
fortnule retreat. He mistook the levee
for a boltd mountain, one of the eternal
rnmpnrts of nature; therefore, with no
qvll In his heait, ho dug away; wlio.i
suddenly calamity overtook him. Tho
water was at high pttsburo and It fol
lowed the rat.
,,47l. I Ihl rMr (if U fell'
ft null 4 till mi Mt,H.t; II, ftntl Iff
Itiitfi.-I w null mi il, 44 itnll r Itfill
nj SO llttl Ml fc.fA. fill it Itl thlNtl 4l
Mri.f .! ffitld III fttftt 1 Mr.
HI-IK I At, MITII l!,
rjAKOAINS IN JEVVCLIY-vnvi (in git Iti.m ll
i- n f lll.A, el llo't M,
M h 1 1 CAS.
lint Lftr'at tnt;
anj nirrcllnfi dnflt.
NOtlCF TO BIIILIirRS-TM Union Cirml Co
EMPIOYEHS Of LAIIOR TO REGISTL'R
VAI AM I1WTIONJ. W AtHINSOI. BOOH
11, maiioos hi'iinivn . J-
CARPENTERS M Prfliitt lor iKiilil-411 with K
W, Alklnion, Room n.Mircx.n nmlJIng.
POSITIONS toi Sll Tr mall ifilp. R. W. Alkln
on, Rftnm ll, Miro"H BullJInK;
SALESMEN. nOOXKfEtTRS, CLERKS. LTC
10 Rttlttlf wllh R. W Atklmon, Room 11, Ma
WANTt I) A partly turrlihJ t or 1 room totliff
-t wanlfj AJJfiil P O. B. 160. i(oiw
WANTED Tin young mtn or younf nomrn lo
Itarn telegraphy and acl i oprraloia for tht
wir'4it itirirrapn Ayaietn, Appiyi-. j i.hus
ioaa-lf Majoon Hulldlnf.
UANTED-ENORAVINO AND , ENAMELING.
VV M F. UICAS. toi Holtl SI. iM
iWANTED-WATCHESlo rrpalr by lewtltr ol n
' ytara ixptrln(t. O. DlbtZ, air Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE lor tlran Cot
ton Rati. Appply at Uullnln om. i;N)-U
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
1 Oyileri irrvtd n lh. ihill only Try til
lamou. Ham and Left SanJwIchM ani Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and H ' Mreeti W.M I UCAS, Proprietor
ROOMING HOUSE TO LET-Tn wtonJ Xory
ol (he Terrltoti SlaMei llmHlm-i. contlttlnt ol
tt large room' llh tath ani t w
t anj t w c. roMttinn
len liectmrer tit,
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of Miklkl anj
Wilder Avenue.. Apply on premliet. l6?o-im
FOR RENT Two ne trick itoret, belt location
In the city, trench plate .how window,. Inquire
at the New England Bakery. Hotel Si iClt-tf
COR SALE-FIRST-CLASS SADDLE HORSES.
CAI-T. A A. IOX. ltH-tl
COR SALE A large down town Warehiui' A
1 centrally located Lodging Hou and CMtage.
Ilutlnet. Property In heart of CMv reildenct property.
HENRV WATEKHOtlSE k CO. itoj-ll
COR SALE OR RENT-A ae- Lnl In Nuuanu
Valltv, wllh Urge Houte and Seeral Cottagei.
HENRY WATERHOUSK tt CO. 6s-lf
THE bl-t, cent cigar In town Ii the "COLONEL"
to be hid at the Myrtle Cigar Store nut to Or-
hutn. All kind, ol Manila clgart a .peclallv
COR SALE-One Smith I'remler tpe rlter,
pood ai new lor laie cheap,
Inquire cl A. T
I1ROCK. room r; J idd tlu.lllng
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO tor ill. at a
birgall. Arpty )t8 iJireuila street, near
Pumping Station. tfesi tl
hsii rue nn Utni T
L,un snkc sn nine irm, vixju, t
r ultble fo Ijju nr mfillns. K. V
itx)6, 6 ft. will.
SON, Mcoon Block. Merc runt bt.
PR SALE CHE A J levtl lot, lonxtoo fret, at
Ka ni.kl i also t ititc rut t-Storv lloutc of t
riHmt, with itrajndtfcx too Uirc I'atle a"d ser
vants rooms; aio t noutes and uots on Tours
tf't Ar?'ytoH. GORMaM, at(irlnbaDm& Co.
Quttn itrft ifl?6'mi
SALC $ic r'tnltureot 4-rormeJ cotties?
near towi, wiihtrlv ttet of rentlnp cotuge
WILL I Am 3AV1UUK L.U ,
k6 Merchant St
FOR SALE-LOTS In -alama nar town. All tlies
anj rrlcat. Apply to
WJLllAM SAVIDOE t CO..
006 Merchant St.
PR SLE $4000. Lacrtoli on Quien srct.
nnr Homlulu Iron Worki. u cara to run.
Srtrnld Warehoutt Location.
06 Merchant street
FOU SALE A pa'r of black cach horses formerly
1h rrorertvof Wm. (1 Irwin. tl. Arplv to
James Carty, American Stables. Merchant ani Rich-
rji sireei. '.If.
FOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL HARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M VIVAS uii
LOST A piece of htrnefs on Klnc street reten
th fsovctninrnt Hulldlnff anJ 'A'a ktkl Annrx.
FlnJerpleas return same to the UMONt-ELDCO.
and recrlvi rearJ. ifeoj'U
I OST- Bay Hor c toil at Maklkl SunJav, lirci
ed toll. I. ROTH. itVij.
srir (in inrixi. iit cnnjirin.i. a rvirj 11 riurn
LOT a coll cnamelrd r'n monogram U. S., 96
In crimvon and eoli. Finder rieasa return to
inis omcr ana receive rewirj u
FOL'ND-At corner ol Klni- tl-eet anJ Walblkl
roaJ. an tl K eoti wedilne rlnc Mniercan
hue lame py calling at thlt office an.
COUND A tire mrf taard marked "11" wes lounl
near tie Utll Hjov tnli mornln. Full Inlotm
tlon can te had at this office by palne colt, ot a J.
COL'ND-A BUNDLE OF BLACK CHAPE on Hotel
I atreet cppoilte th AMIngton Owner can otuln
lameatthl, oftice by paying for thlc aivertlMtnent
A Bright One Act Comedy Sketch
IN THE CIRCUIT COIHT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii. In rrobalcal whambeft. In
the matter of the estate of Manuahl Kanelawala. lata
of Kahaluu, Koolaupoko, Oahu. dictated, Inteitate.
Petition ha.ng teen tied by Mrs. Kalmlwalwai
ICana, niece of sa J Intfitate. pre) In that Letttri of
Administration upon said estate t issued to C. Kana
and Henry Maul. .
Notice is hereby c'ven that Monday, the itst day (if
December, A. D , toro, at 10 n'cUtck a. ro,. In the
Judiciary llultdlnir,llunolulu. Is appointed the time
n& place for htarinjt.alJ petjllun, when and where
all persons concerned may appear and show cause, it
any they have, why aaid petition should not be grant
ed. Honolulu, November sMh, 1000.
by the Court,
i6q-Nov), jo, Dec?. 14 Clerk,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At chambers in pro
bate, In the matter of the estate of David VV. Low
late of Alea.Oahu, deceased
Petition htvlnabetn tiled by James A. Low, cousin
of said Intestate, praying that Letters of Administra
tion upon said ea a'e be Issued to James A Low,
Notice is hereby given that Mondiy, the )it day
of December, A. D , at io o'clock a. m , in the JuJI
clary Hulldln. Honolulu, Is appointed the time and
place for hearing salJ petition, at which time anJ
place all tersons concerned may appear n1 how
cause, If any they have, why said petition should not
Honolulu, November at, 1900
tiy me Lnim
i(j'Nov tj, jo, Dec? 14 Clerk,
We are not Selling Furniture)
On The Installment Plan
But you can
Save 25 per cent
by buying yoilr furniture for cash at
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets. Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs, Rockers. Baby Carriageet
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flogs, Btc.
s?.'?'?' MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LBDERBR. Proprietor av T.'SSof' STl
FOR SALE BY.
Metropolitan Meat C
Napa Soda Lemonade
Is It Good? Well Just Try One!
Honolulu Drug Company,
VON MOLT BLOCK, 61 Klnar St.
A. II. Otis.
Jhe Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is usrd In the City Sewerage''
System. All sizes on hand with
necessary fittings j also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE.
Set of 5 maps. $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at
0. Hall & Son,
We arc selling all Models of 1900
Cleveland is a GeeJ Bicycle.
BTTRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts of the City
Beautiful home, corner Pllkol and Lu
nalllo, two modern house, servants quar
ter, stible, etc., nearly 21000 sq. feet of
land, grounds beautifully laid out. The
two nouses are wired and modemly fitted,
will command monthly rental of J 100, and
the whole may be had at (10,500, net cr
5? cents a sq-are feet. This Is the cheap
est and best Investment on the market to
day, will pay 10 per cent per annum, on
5 1 20QO, net above taxes.
Fine Job Printing at
Otto A. Bierback.
STOCK, and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Ofllce Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
ERFECT TEuupnuNH zoos.
BIHTING i Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED J ders until 4 p. m.
nunriLI guiuiuaB, ...
'he MERCANTILE PRINTING
" COMPANY, limited.
itnrnor of Fort Street. "
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