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TUB EVENINO BULLETINl HONOLULU, H. I., WBDNP.SDAY. DECEMBER t, I900,
rt t -f .V i ffflt ) (tt i .K i
Due to arrive llx. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,006,000) Red Brick.
TIIEO. H. DAYIES & CO., Ltd,
AGBNT6 FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clarlphos, Arsftn
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant
5 Dicks Uftl.tt.i UectliiR, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machltus, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harris,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Ritles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
Jas. F. Morgan
ll 88 Queen Street
Sale of Tailor's Goods
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, jj Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction
A fine lot of Serges an J Diagonals.
Ladles' Skirt Patterns.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Ferns and Palms
. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6 111,
AT ro O'CLOCK, A. M
At my salesroom, 3) Queen Street, I will
sell at Public Auction a nice assortment
FERNS and PALMS.
A chance to get some nice plants for the
Jae. F. Morgan,
Have Some Style
Your Smoking Friends
II. J. NOL.TU has on view at the
UEAVEII IJliSfAUIiANT the
Finest 1 ooklng
' Meerschaum Pipes,
Cigar Holders, Etc.,
yon ever saw. 'Personally selected.
All requisites for smokers at prices to
BEST TOBACCO, CIGARS and
CIGARETTES In Town. 3-tf
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
For Houses and Rooms, furnished or
....Advirtlslng Commission Aget t.
......Public Tj pew ritnz.
-,.i...Avnlngs and Tent.
i i .V tf tt i .7 iV .V vV
Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
More Contracts Let
for Pacific Liners
Philadelphia, Nov. 26. It Is
learned that the New York Bhlpliulhl
InK Company has contracts for build
ing two stool steamers, besides tho
two of wnleli mention lias already been
made, tor the Amurlcnii-Ilnwnllau 8. 8.
Company. Ono of those steamers Is al
so for the American Company, but It
will be much larger than either of tho
two previously ordered, whllo the
fourth vessel Is for Kobert N. Dollar.
the lumber merchant of Ban Francisco.
The steamer for Dollar is to engage
in the Pacific coast lumber trade. The
vessel Is to b n single screw steamer
of about 300 feet In length. The ad
ditional steamer for tho American
Company, uhlchls to run Its vessels
between Now York anil San Francisco
nnd Honolulu, Is to bn 470 feet In
length nnd will havo twin screwB. 8ho
will bo 110 feet longer than the other
THE MONITOR NEVADA
Bath (Me.), November 24. The United
States Monitor Nevada, In tonnage the
largest Government vesstl ever built by
the Bath Iron Works, was launched today.
The proceeding was witnessed by a large
number of people, the size of the vessel
and her character having attracted wide
The vessel was released and statted
down the ways In a novel manner by Miss
Annie C. Bautel'e. the youngest daughter
of Congressman Charles A. Boutelle, who
christened he-. The hull, held In place
until the last moment by a careful adjust
ment of the shoring and a strong cable,
was set free by severing the rope at the
praper moment. Miss Route'le used a
silver hatchet provided by the builders.
As the monitor started down the wa
Miss Boutelle dashed a bottle of American
champagne across the bow and christened
the vess-l "Nevada."
The Nevada Is one of four sister ship
now under construction In American yards.
She Is a single turret monitor, designed
expressly for harbof defense. The dimen
sions are as follows: Length, 252 feet;
beam, 50 feet; draft, 12 feet 6 Inches; dis
placement, 3234 tons. Her contract speed
Is required to be 11 5 knots. Her batteries
will consist of two twelve-Inch breech
loading ritles, four four-Inch rapld-fiting
guns, three slx-pounders and four one
pounders. The Nevada Is about 75 per
The steamer Upolu left for Hawaii yes
terday, It bring her regular time of depar
ture. The steamer Ka'ulanl arrived yesterday
at three o'clock and Is now discharging
175 cord of wood from Honl-luu.
The gasoline schomer Malolo and the
gasoline launch Water Witch were on the
mirlne railway yesterday being over
A seaman by the name of A. R. David
died vrsttrdav at the Queen Hopltal. He
was S'rit there Marine Hospital officials
The ship George Curtis upon her de
parture tomorrow will take away several
ol the fair set. Miss Stella Love will ac
companied by Miss Kern of Portland.
As part of her cargo last evening the
steamer Claudlne had several large pieces
of niichlnery consigned to the Hawaiian
Comme-cljl ani Sugar Co.'s sugar mills.
One piece alone extende I clean, across the
entire width of tits steamer.
The S. S. Doric of the Occidental and
Oriental Steamhlp Company made fast
at the Pacific Mali dock at nine o'clock
this morning. She brought a large amount
of mall consisting of 155 bags She Is In
command of Captain Harry Smith, and
will leave forthe Orient tonight.
The schooner Jessie Minor, thirty-one
days from Eureka, came In this morning.
She I; consigned to Allen and Robinson
with 295,000 feet of redwood lumber.
Captain Whitney reports an uneventful
voyage, and Is pleased to find that he Is
enabled to discharge his cargo, and make
a rapid clearance.
The ship Ktnnebec moved Into the stream
yesterday after haying taken on six hun
dred tons of ballast Just enougn to stiffen
her. Captain Lewis will get away Thurs
day' tn Port Townsend, having ihlpped'a
crew of, Japanese today. The Geo. D.
Curtis 'will also get away Thursday for
the Coast with a corgo of sugar.
The British ship Ivy was sighted by
the tug Fearless yesterday afternoon about
ten miles off Koko Head In an easterly
direction. She Is on her way from Seattle
to China with a cargo of general merchant
dlse and lumber. Owing to a break In
her water tank, It became necessary to
stop here for repairs and receive a fresh
supply of water before proceeding on her
voyage. The vessels In commandl'go
Weather lint ran, l'nnnhoii, December
4 Trmpctnturu Morning minimum,
?l Midday maximum, 78.
Barometer at U a in. 30.00, Itlilng..
Dew Point 71
I In tn Id It y nt 9 a. m. 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Klgnnl Htallon, De
cember S.-Vcttthcr clear! wind fresh
Htmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from llama
Stmr. Wnlaleale, Greene, from Ana
holn nnd other ports.
8tmr. Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai
Schr. Jessie Minor, Whitney, from
Hurekn, redwood, lumber; Allan &
Am. sp. John C. Potter, Meer, coal
Am. b. 8. C. Allen. Johnson, from
Wednesday, D;cember $
Stmr Maul Sah, for Paauhau and IV
paloa at s p m.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Nawlllwll',
Hanamaulu and Ahuklnl at 4 P m.
Stmr Walaleale, , for Anahola at
Pm-. , c ,. , .,
U. iV U. H. 3. uonc, smiin, tor 111c
Orient at 5 p m.
For Yokohama, per O. & O S. S.
Doric, Dee 5. E. de Bav.er, Cant. L.
DobMvorskv, Mrs. F. R Greene. M. M.
Kuhn, Miss F. Llcntenberg. K Yamamoto,
Robert J. Dunlop. Mrs. Robert Dunlou
nnd daughter. Fo" Shanghai Miss L. L.
Hunt, K. Inglls, Mrs. k rerrauii, j
H. Ro ker. For Hongkong Mrs. A. For
rest, M. I . Loewensteln. Dr. C. H. Lon,
J. A. Malt gay, A. B. Swltier, C. L.
For Kauai ports, per stmr Mlkahala.
Dec. 4. Paul Isenberg and famllv, W.
Hyman, C. W. Spitz, Mrs. Otto Winkler.
A. Zukeoman, Miss E. A. Almeida, Mrs.
P. Ahlt, Dr. King, H. R. Wood, Miss
Kalo. L. E; Plnkham. Miss Grace Farmer,
Miss A. Naldmeyer. P. Schneider, W. E.
Devereaux, C. Dav, L. McKeague. F. C.
Clark. Toshl. D L. Dav s (' F. Bush.
For Maul ports, per stmr Claudlne, Dec.
4. C. P. Grlmwood, W- O. Smlih, Mrs.
tl. A Baldwin, J. H. Llchtlg, C. A. Gra
ham. A. A. Braymer. W. A. Bailey, A.
W. Dunn, Dr. Sogi. H. L. Buh, Mts.
"ever and son. J U. Seaburv. Miss Bes
sie Mossmann, W. L. Brett, N Omste.id.
E. Blrla. O. R. VU k ns. Kev. Joe Mil
chell, Rev. M. Isuzl. Rev. T. Funakura,
Rev. Jno. Aklna, Mrs M. Makekau, M s
Alapalmalil, ur. M-rore, ur. t-rear, j. 1,
Taylor, F. Prescott. Miss A. E. JuJd. Mrs,
H. G. Alexander, Mls Alexander, W
For Molokal po ts, per stmr Lehua, Dec
4. Mr. Linge. C. J. Willis. Mrs. E. Ma
luae, Miss Blshaw and 2 children.
A party of ladles and gentlemen took
Mr. and Mrs. Captain Lewis by sur
prlso last ovenlng on board tho ship
Kennebec, nnd a right Jolly time was
had. Tho party boarded the vessel
which was lying In tho stream and took
possession of tho ship. It was a beau
tlful monllght night and every one
present entered Into the spirit of the
occasion. The ladles upon boarding
the ship decorated the Jolly captain
and his helpmeet with lels. After spin
ning u number of ship yarns and In
dulglng In several vocal selections, tho
party proceeded to the new and com"
fortable quarters of the captain anl
sat down to a spread of good things
washed down with a glass of the "best."
from tho laptaln's private locker. Sev
eral timely toasts wero responded to
with many an "Aloha." Captain Lewis
bns followed the sea for tho past thirty
two years, has seen many countries
and Is possessed of a fund of Informa
tion and experience. Mrs. Lewis has
accompanied her husband much of the
time In his sea rambles, having round
ed Capo Horn no less than fourteen
times. As the bells on an adjacent
steamer tolled forth the hour of mid
night tho party proceeded to tho boats
and rather reluctantly parting from tho
ship's side upon tho decks of which
such a pleasant time had been passed.
Reports by tho Iwalanl are to tho
effect that the P. S. M. Co. -began
gilndlng on the 4th Inst, nnd will uer-'
ago 400 bags of sugar dally. The II. S.
Co. will commence grinding Dec. 11th.
Tho II. S. Co, Is cleaned out of sugir.
I'lne weather Is reported along the Ha
makun coast with light northerly swell
crossing tho channel tho sea was chop
py with strong NI2. winds.
Estimates for the instillation of the
fumigating plant on. Channel wharf hav
been forwa'ded to the department at
Washington bv Or. Carmlchael when
finished will be most complete The
e-ectlon of this plant and the Improve
ments being made on Quarantine Wand
will greatly expedite waters very mate
rially at the stitlon.
Mystic Uidgo No, 2, K. of I'. moots
tonight In Castle Hall, Kort street.
l H.ckfitll tlul'Jin,: U,l
Apply at one.
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ANTE Jtltr. ilrilv pntlllni olf.r J t ttit
rlehlinin il, w I USTLK. HoKI bl. j-iw
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 2024 of the
Civil Laws of 1897, all Corporations are
hereby notified to make a full and accurate
exhibit of the state of their affairs for the
year ending December 31st, 1900, such ex
hibit to be filed In the offi:e of the Treas
urer on or before the 31st day of January,
Blanks for this pu-pose will be furnished
upon application at the Treasurer's orlice.
Upon failure of any Corporation to pre
sent the exhibit within the time required,
the Treasurer will, either himself or by
one or more commissioners appointed by
him, call for the production of the books
and papers of the Corporation and examine
Its officers touching its affairs unJer oath
THEO. P. LANSING,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
December 5H11 19' i704-3t
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ta f I ri etntt mi w. ft it' nirii
4i Aa rffti mtu 7in Mtl ir iiv-
BAW1AINS IN JtWri V-vm en tt mml
M I' LICAS, to, Mo-fl5l. I'nt Lnentlnc
nJ nirfttfif jftf. itt
once to mum Hs-th. umen c.rrn Co
nil Willie -.rtrtu ium alt hi hi
WANTtn-fioiiJ ati rtmm hy tounc mm an J
imit(lrtlnrtl"tf'rnly AJJrctlC Lcli
P.0, Bo id, .- i6oiw
rvffVERS lOMTlONS-reurStMJy Rfllab'
U Mn. W,W AtMrno , JMoon HuHjing
WANTEDA )nunitfnn with nfffkntf In rttll
irrocery luln t to work (of lff firm with
iranJ rfrKti of advanrrtntnt. MuM he well r
commtnjf i AJJrn A. H., at lM offit. no If
ANTED Roomt fnf tlrht houiekeplnf tyman
ana ui Adartti m uumtin omct. ntti
WANTED Bari ani fo)m tylwo young mtn.
Private family frtferei, AiJrtn i t. M.,
c a rfj n 1 iitki 10991 w
ANTEDYounK man at Hill Clerk In whotesa
and correct at firurfi. AdJieit In own hani nrlt'no;
croctry nouM. mini rt a ro j renman. quicic
wim reitrr-ceit A" care inn om.
VACANT POmiOM, U W ATMSON. ROOM
It, MAQOON BUILDISO
POSITIONS for Select FemaU Hrlp. R. W. Alkln
1 on, Room 11, Magoin Bui lilng
CALESMEN, UOOKKEEPERS. CLERKS, ETC.,
O toRe.lsKf with K.W. Atkinson. Rojm ii, Ma
WANTED Ten ounjjr men or younit women 10
learn teleerarhy ani act as operator lor the
Wlre'eTeleKraphStein, ArrtyF. J CROS
i&oi'tf Magoon Bullilng.
ANTED-ENORAVINO AND ENAMELING
n. is LULA&. Motll it t6t
WANT ED-WATCHES to rtralrby Jeweler of M
yeart experience. G. DIETZ, tr Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE lor clean Cot
ton Rag Aprply at Bulletin Office, ijfro-tf
-THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -a
Oyt-ters served n the shell onlv Try his
famous Ham and Eg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Mite streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor.
TO RENT Furnished room, GarJen Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street. No. 9 Garden
IO LET Nice Iv furnished room with ue of parlor,
with private family, Apply 19S Btretanla street
near pumping station itoomw
COR RENT Bay window room, furnished for
gentleman Address "A. " at this Office 1 6981 w
TO LET PurnlheJ room only fj month. 6i6Vln
ard strest. doors from Queen Hotel. lfyVtw
UOUSETO RENT on Ihe corner of Miktkl and
1 1 WlIdtT Avenues. Apply on premises 1676101
COR RENT Two rrw trick stores, best location
In the city, trench p'ate show windows. Inquire
at the New England Bakery. Hotel St sot itl
R SALFPilffrr fm lfrlr runt. At-Hv T
C. WILLS, Pahala, Hawaii itoimw
COR SLE-A cat rlgeed boat of the following
I JftmnMons ft feet length oer all B I rl tx
beam 4 feet ex draught, non-capslxable and non
sinkaMe, Sro lbs outside lead billat-t A fast sailer,
eaIly managed by one person Hull, spars and sill
in good conJitlon New ropes tr halyards and fold
ing anchor Fo urthrr particulars app.y at "flue of
llaw.i lan Trut & I r vestment Company 409 Fort M
PR SALE A second-hand roeoodcae plan,
astw'arew heap Must be J vitk
A.'Jress'J' thlsofhce. iftog-tf
FOR SALE A secondhand Remlng'nn Tpewrlter
(n good conJIilon all at Pacific Cvclery j-tw
COK SALE-Fotr Ion. Ilobnn tt Kap.hulu, W.l
klkl. Jjoooch. Jeflt H.ihr.) K'lncSU wit
FOR SAIE-FIRST-CLASS SADDLE HORSES
I TAIT A A FOX. HX-lf
COR SALE A t.rpe Jown tna Warthoust. A
1 cnfrilly loc.teJ LojRlnir llou anJ crttar.
Itutln.iv Pror.rtv In h.arl of cilv rcftlJ.nc, rmrtly,
HbNRV WATEKHOUSE & CO i6vl
OR SALE OR UEM-A act. Lot In Nuuanu
Vall.v. 4lh I arg. Huu ani Sttral Cotlantt.
ENRY WATEWMOIISE ft CO. )).
THE bit j ctnt clear In town ll lli. "COLONEL"
to b had at tn. Atvnl. Cl.ar hlor. n.xt to Or
hum All klnia of Manila clgafa a irclallv
COR SALE-One Smith I'remlfr t)p..rlltr,
itdoj ll n.w lor a.i. n.ic. induir. 01
BROCK, room 10-. Ji-JJ HullJIng (
EARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for tat. at a
barcah ArDlv u.8 Diritaila atrt?t. near
Pumping btallon. t6a tl
COR SALE OR HIRE Tent. ttx6. 6 tt. wilt.
I tultftbte for Iuju or metlri7. U ATKIN
SON, Magoon Block. Merchant St.
PR SALE CHEA 1 level lots, tooaxn feet, at
hfatmukii also t lease nna a-Storv House of S
rooms, with grounds ecox too large s'able and srr
vants' rooms! alo t Ileuses ana Lots on Young
street. Apply to H. UORM M, at Grlnbaum & Co
Queen street i6r6-im
OR SALE Stoo. Eutnttureof srocraci cottage
near town, with privilege of renting crttage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE St CO..
k6 Merchant St.
COW SALE-LOTS In Patama near town,
and prices, a
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO .
aoo Merchant St.
PR SALE S4000. Leasehold on Quren s'reM
near Honolulu Iron Works, u veari to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply tO WILLIAM AVIUUC.LU,
ec6 Merchant street
FOR SALE-Apa'rof Hack c-ach horses toraierly
the trontrtvof Wm.O Iiwln. ha. ArDlv tp
James Carty, American Stab'es, Merchant and Rich
rj avcr io4u
;OR SALE-LANDi IN ALL HARTS OF THE
CITY. By J M VIVAS n8i
STRAYED OR STOLLN--A fox terrier dog 1mm
the Matvlkl district Name of undrslgned nn
collar Reward w II be patd and no questions asked
It Infornatlon leading to the recovery ot he dog is
left At residence, corner Keetumcku and Domlnls Ms,
W. M (illlard. -. . iioomI
LOST A piece of htrness on King street between
the Government Uulldlng and Waklkl Annex
FlnJer pleas return same to the UNION hEED CO
and recelv regard B,i55"t
I OST A Round Badge m Itli a Bowling Emblem on
- It. A liberal reward Is offered for the return of
same la this ottice ioqViw
I OST a gold enameled pin, monogram U. S., gA
- In crimson and gold, Tinder please return to
this office and receive reward tf
COUND-A purse found n Pacltii Heights Electric
I Car Thipkiirlvlnt? D& Lin be hii bv nitnrr
rn Ing rror;tr anl paying for this notice Bruce
Wailng & Co iw.it
FOUND At corner of King street snd Walklkl
road, an t8 K gold wedding ring Finder can
hive same by calling at thlsoftics anipalngc m
Ot adverilslng. , i68tf
Lodge Lc I'rogres Dei' Oceanic
A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
meeting of the above lodge at 7:10 o'clock
THIS (WEDNESDAY) E VENINC, at Its
hall, Masonic Temple,
WORK'IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge Nn 821 and ail sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. M.
r E. B. FRIEL,
J Prepared to fill or.
T ders until 4 p. m.
Saturdays. . . .
fie MERCANTILE PRINTING
burner of Fort Street.
A Shipment ef
E. O. HALL
We are not Selling Furniture!)
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, ChIN
Tonlers, Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc. ,
VS?.B?fsr. " MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor DAY BU,!Killlgi?f5S5KIA ST '
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat C
' JUST ARRIVED !
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods.
Collar an-d Cuff Boxes;
8T0P IN AND 8EE THEM.
MONni 1:1 11 npitrc rnMDivv
&AL H 0T1S- Voa Holt Block KinS stet. 0. A. Bierback.
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trade with the
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco, Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silverware Manufacturers, i
Mnrkct & Pout 8t., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to tutnlsh special design.
7Vq "vTatcli. "Wlile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY :::,::::;
R.llaM. Watchman furnlih.d for itor.i an4
and fnnflj.nllil wartf off all aorta.
and CbnflJ.nllal work of all torts.
Office Room 4 Model Block
In Making '
. Sewer or
Terra Gotta Ripe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All sizes on hand with
necessary fittings ; also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE.
and Buggy Lamps !
to Blow or Go Out.
& SONS, Ltd.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel stmts.
, PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Paris ol the City
Leasehold, King street, long term, very
3OH Acres Land, Maul, near Makawao.
10 Choice Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl
House and Lot, Wllderave., only f 3000.
Lodging House, centrallv located, only
House and Lot, Kewalo, very cheap.
Desirable Building Lot, King street, 60
Money to Loan on approved security.
Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
property, Bait City rtltrancaa mrnlalul. D.t.cllra
P. O. BOX Mi.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
end Office Furniture
'I " ' ' ' ii" a an t
In stock, or ordered from
i- f daVjfc. ."
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