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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1901.
C. W. YOUNG SPEAKS ,
WELL OF HONOLULU
Considers We Are Prosperous and
Times Good-Demand for Trade
With Tacoma Character
The Tacoma News of Dec. 22 says:
C. W. Young, a promluent hardware
merchant of Juneau, Alaska, returned
from Honolulu on the Tacoma steamer
Ellhu Thompson, having made th-9
Journey with the Thomson on her first
"1 found the people of Honolulu ver
.anxious to do business with Tacoma,"
nald he yesterday. "They, however,
like to see a permanent transportation
lino established between Tacoma and
Hawaii, and the moment that Is assur
ed Tacoma can expect to do a larcc
trade with those Islands. There as a
firm field for business there and 1:
great opening for capital, and Sound
titles should not overlook the splendid
opportunities which those Islands pa
tent for nn almost unlimited amount of
Mr. Young left for a pleasure trip to
Honolulu on the Hlllm Thompson No
vember 19. That stenmer went to Ho
nolulu ntted up as a cold storage boat
with a cargo of meat and beer, and Mr.
Young says the venture proved such :
profitable one that hIic will return In a
few days with another cargo. They
were-14 days going over and 11 com
ing back. Tho return trip was made
Tory unpleasant by n series of the moit
tearful gales ever experienced.
Honolulu, Mr. Young says, Is the
prettiest place he ever saw. and with n
most delightful cllmato at this time of
tho )car, rains being abundant and
everything looking bright and fresh,
with flowers and fruit galore. Hono
lulu was enjoying nn era of prosperity
as he saw It, and business was report
ed good by the citizens generally. Vfr
fortunately having to return on the
same steamer he was only able to re
main there four days, so ho had tu
crowd a great deal In a short space of
time. He found many good openlnes
for capital, and the people of Honolulu
ircre evidently anticipating a bright
future, for public and private Im
provements were In progress on nlmost
all sides. Fine, handsome business
slrncturcs were In course of erection
and all strictly first class. Money ap
peared to be plentiful and that was an
evidence of It. The government also
was busy on locnl Improvement!,
streets, sewers and docks.
The orderly character of the town
struck Mr. Young forcibly. Every sa
loon was closed at 11 o'clock every
evening, and In every other respect tho
town, while lacking In general business
actltity, was nevertheless the quiet
eft and most orderly place he was ever
There appeared to be a shortage of
labor on the Island and a Portuguese
raised on the Island had come over to
the States to Induce a colony of his na
tionality to cross the Pacific and lo
cate there. Mechanics all had work,
and carpenters wero commanding $5 .1
Ay. Living did not appear to be very
high, and he fodnd hotel rates, all on
the American plan, ranging in prices
from S3 to $6 a day.
A number of local capitalists wero
tutlldlng an Immense foundry, to be
known as tho Honolulu Iron Works.
It promised to be an Immense affair,
vith a big field for Its operations.
The following preamble and resolu
tion was adopted at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce on December
Whereas, From time to time com
plaints have been, and continue to ha,
mode by passengers arriving here, con
signees of vessels and those expecting
mall from foreign ports, of the unne
cessary delay, general Inconvenience
and hardship caused them by the offi
cials of the United States Quarantine
Stations of tho Treasury Qepartment:
Whereas, Great Indignation was
aroused among .our citizens last sprln;
by the manner In which tho duties of
these officials wero performed when
rcrtaln deaths occurred among the
Chlneso here, which they alleged wore
caused by bubonic plague, resulting In
snrlous embarrassment to tho trade ani
business of tho State and City to such
an extent that his Excellency tho Gov
ernor of California deemed It necessary
and expedient to make a searching in-
qnlry Into tho facts of the case, and he,
after a thorough Investigation, tela
graphed to the Honorable tho Secretary
el State at Washington, under date of
Juno 13th, 1900, making the statement,
among others, that no case of bubonic
plague exlstod or hat existed In this
State, said telegram being signed by
many prominent physicians and busi
ness men who concurred; and
Whereas, Particular attention has
Ben called to the caso of .the Occiden
tal & Oriental S. S. Coptic, which nrrlv
M hero September 30, 1900, at about
7t30 p, m. from Yokohama and llono
iiihi. when tho passengers wero most
Indignant at tho manner In which the
physical examination of their bodies
tis conducted. .According to the evl
Jenco of many ot tho passangera.
among whom wero merchants, profes
sional men and others of the highest
It Ftenulres Nerve to stand the strain
of nervous neuralgia, pains In the face,
head or any portion of the body. These
pains are quickly mopped uy mo use
of I'KHIIY DAVIS I'AIN-KIM.ER.
The relief Is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer n moment longer but use tho
Paln-Klller as dl'Cctcd. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one I'nin-Klller, Ter
ry Davis". Price 25c. and 50c.
standing and reputation, the exami
nations were made without proper re
gard to decency, privacy, modesty or
cleanliness, soino of the passengers de
claring that they would under no con
sideration again come to or through
this port, preferring to land at Cana
dian ports where moro courtesy and
consideration were shown; and
Whereas, Wo havo been Informed
that transportation companies In Ca
nada have published and distributed
the complaints of the needless hardship
and trials suffered by passengers ar
riving here. In order to divert this tra
vel from the United States to their
Whereas, Occurences of this nature
nre a serious detriment to the business
of this port and are a menace to our
trade and commerce; therefore ths
Chamber of Commerce of San Fran
Resolved, That wo hereby most re
spectfully and earnestly urge' upon tho
Honorable the Secretary of the Troii
tiry that the officer In charge of tho
quarantine station at this port be In
structcd to perform tho duties of his
office with such tact and Judgment as
will enable travelers to enter this port
without being exposed to Insult, need
less delay, hardship and anxiety, but
that they and consignees of goods may
bo treated with duo consideration and
courtesy, and no hindrances be place I
upon the prompt delivery of the mall.
It Is also
Jtesnlved, That tho cooperation of
the California Delegation on Congress
bo requested toward tho fulfillment of
the object of our petition.
Attest. Tltn CHAMI1ER OK COM-
MERCR OF SAN FIIANCISCO.
(Signed.) CHAItl.ES NELSON,
(Signed.) E. SCOTT. Secretary.
Ilnnk Halt to Sail Her.
Dostnn, Dec. 27. Captain Hank Haff
has been selected as sailing master 'if
tho new Boston boat to be built to de
fend the America's cup. Ho sailed tho
Volunteer In 1SS7 and the Dofcndcr In
Thomson! Return Voyage.
Tacoma, Dec. 20. The steamer Ellliu
Thompson finished loading supplies
for Honolulu this morning and went
to Seattle to complete her cargo. She
will sail from hero tomorrow mornng
The fol owlne neon e will take passaee
on the steamer 2alandla which Is sche
duled to sill at four o'clock this afternoon:
Dr. Rossi, Miss Bagley. E. P. Gray, W.
W. Kicker, N. C. Murdock and wife, C.
W. Marsh. E. C. Macfarlane. E. L.
Hughes and wife, George H. Collins, A.
C. Alexander. Georee O. Cannon, wife
and children. T. H. Macdonald, A. Zuck
ermann, William Cluff and wife, E, W.
Strauss, Mrs. Keller, Miss Keller. Mrs.
Closson and son, A. S. Bent and wife,
Mrs. T. II. McDonald. Mrs. W. F. Smith.
T. C. Prlndle and wife. W. H. Bailey,
W. S. Still, Aubrey, Robinson, M. A.
Hunt. F. R. Farr er. Mrs. Al ce White and
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kfery kind of defhe nd dlAlcnlt hetr
lua; run lr cured by oar new InTeotlont only
tbot hTlng been born deaf are Incurable. If olae
In ilifrnrceaaeiitunrf. Head panicalara about
ronr case. Conttultatlon and ad rice free. Keery
n can cure blmielf at bis own borne at ltrj
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC.
ruo '...fill' A-ni'. "MIPAOO. H.L.. U.S.A.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given to all credltorshavlnr claims
af atmt the estate of Jos A. de Suva, lata oi Hono
lulu, deceased, to present the same duly authenticated
and with croft tr vouchers, at the office of the admin
Istrator. J A. M. Osarlo. News Putllshlnv Co't
office, or 60S Quarry St. Honolulu, Oahu. Territory
of Hwall, within sla (6) months from the date hereof.
or tney win dc rorever carrea.
J, A. M.OSARIO,
Administrator of the estate ot Jos A. deSllva, de
ceased. Dated at Honolulu. Oahu, this th day cf January,
1901, 1 sio-Jan .t,i9,to
FOR 1901 !
Jlie Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., hare on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection",'' Jf?
NEWS CO., LTD.,
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
FURNISHED OH UNFURNISHED.
Room n, Magoon Bid.,
Hawaiian 8taadar Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Oreeawloh time, being
that of the mcrMlaa ot 167 30. The
time whistle blewa at 1:80 p. m., which
Is the same as Oreeawlch Oh, 0m.
The tides at Kafculul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters ot vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
OHko loea'ted In 'the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
nciiefit free flf charge, complete sets
of charts snd directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Bureau, Punahou, January
C. Temperature Morning mlutmuni,
03; Midday maximum, 77.
Uarometcr at 9 a. in. 30.00. Irregular.
Dow Point CCF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 82 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 5. Weather clear; wind light 8.
Saturday. January s .
TKKSS America Mam, Going, from
Stmr Waialeale, Green, from Kauai
ports; 1880 bags sugar, 1047 bags rice. 30
Schr Concord, from Island ports.
Friday, January 4.
U. S. Transport Klntuck, for Manila.
Schr Ki Moi, for Paaullo.
Saturday, January J.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Koo
I m ports. .
Am schr Okanogan. Rlnsch, for Port
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
OSS Zealandla, Dowdell, for San
, TKKSS America Maru, Going, for
the Orient. 1,
The ship C. F. Sargent arrived at
Port Townscnd from Honolulu on De
Tho brig Consuolo mailed from San
Francisco for Mahukona on Decern Ik r
Tho Mariposa, which is duo here on
Monday lctt Sydney on December 26.
The Annual Meeting of KAHUKU
PLANTATION CO. will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce room on Wednes
day, January 16th, at 10 o'clock a. m for
the reading of reports and the election of
W. W. HALL,
The annual meeting of the stockholder
of the INTER-ISLAND TELEGRAPH
CO., LTD., will be held on Wednesday,
January o, at 3;v p. m., in tne siock ex
cnanee ttoorns, juuq diock
J. H. HSHfcK,
Honolulu, January 5, 1001,
The firm of CAMPBELL & MU1TON
having dissolved by mutual consent, notice
Is hereby given that all outstanding debts,
as also all accounts due the above hrm, aie
now assumed by W. M. Campbell, opet
atlng and continuing the business under
his own name,
W. M. CAMPBELL,
W. M. MU1TON.
January l, 1001. i7o-iw
The Ileirtiliir Monthly Meeting of tho
Pioneer Iiulldlns and Loan Attwx'latlon
will bo hold at tho Cuamlwr of Com-
morcB on MONDAY EVENING, Jan.
7..loo,,at 7:G0 o clock. -v.,
jfftyinonW aro required in gold
A. V. CIUAH, 8crotary.
WHOW IT J.UY
The follovvjne provision Is contained In
.Section No. 10, of the "Act to provide a
Government for the Territory of Hawaii,"
approved April 30, A. t., 1900, viz :
"That all contracts made since
August twelfth, eighteen hundred
and nlnety-eleht, by which per
sons are held for service for a de
finite term, are hereby declared null
and void and terminated, and no
law shall be passed to enforce
said contracts In any wav; and It
shall be the duty of the United
States Marshal to at once notify
such persons so held of the ter
mination of their contracts."
Now, therefore, I, Daniel A. Ray, Mar
shal of the United States for the Territory
of Hawaii, in accordance with the require
ment of said Act, hereby give notice that
anv contract for service mide since August
twelfth.elchteen hundred and ninety-eight,
Is hereby declared to be unlawful, and null
and void and terminated.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, January
DANIEL A. RAY,
1 730-3 1 United States Marshal.
Jul I id u? if?
day. p33 5g5asg
6 " JL L ..
a. oV ft. p. n. e.m a.m
Tuesday., t i.k to 11.54 6,ji I.30
Wednesday .,.., e tott.t 131 .K g.st
Tluridir. ........... ) liln 1.44 Lot in. 04
Friday 4 ! .) $6 10 44
Saturday s s.eset 4-i 9 jJ it.iS
Sunday 6 4.411.9 3.05 10. 11. $
Monday i.ilit S!4 11.05 11.M
it. in tbt column will tnttrttd
M ttntl lint eft tnurtionl if ttntl tu4
inttthoni to ttnit tmt tottk, 40 ttntt two wttki,
ani 60 ttntl oni montb.- lbi 11 tbt tbtsttit nivtt
Hung tvtr offtrtd tbt ptoptt tf Honolulu.
T7MPI.OVPPS OP LAnOH-Hrff
G month inj try the rrMiliswHh R W.Atkinson,
Select LMi'LOVMtNTOrncr.AUnooN Building
NOTICE AM pcriont owing tn are rtque(eJ to
pay In full or In put,
hiomw , DR. VOBUTT. ,
BARGAINS IN JEWELRY-you can t-t thfm at
M.F. LtCAS, tos Hotel St. Fine Engraving
anj nairllne itrnt, i66t
OTICG TO B(III.DERS-T! Union Errtis Co.
nit WHI I E aAPW tJH SALE M41W
1ANTED A thric of four room rotttge. V In
fnllAv. aitti Kith. fitmlth4 nr nnfnfn!thil.
dtllflttt locality. At ones MSttll J.G., this office.
f ANTED You to hv 'a poilllon In the Ntw
vv Year. Commence It well. See Atkinson, Magoon
BullJIng, Merchant St.
RELIABLE person wishes to rent an unfurnished
i house of 11 room nr more. Rnt reasonable.
Apply to UEAK LAN51NU St CO.,
irsyiw JuJJ Bullilpg.
WANTED 5 ir Rooms House ani bath, furnish'
.1 or unfurnished. Will rav Cash for fur.
'Hum. "Immediate," BULLETIN Office.
OUNU MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
I once. Address "A N." Bulletin Office,
WANTED-WATCIIESIo repair fcy Jeweler of js
years experience. Just receUrd a fine I ne of
novell'es. O. DIETZ. 4IT Nuuenu St. !jo8-tl
M F. LUCAS, to; Hotel St.
ID PAPERS TO EXCIMNGE for clean Cot
ion ki. .rtrPP'r .nmicim vmct. ijru
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n the utiell onlv, Try his
latnous Ham ani tgz Sandwiches and Coffee, Cor
Nuuanu and H)te streets. WM, LUCAS, Proprietor.
TO LET A mosquito proof un furnish d room. In
quire )) Union St iTo 'in
TO LET Furnished rooms to let, the Belmorat on
I Ynung St. this sUe Thomas Square. itaw
HOUSE TO RbNT on the corner of Maklkl and
Wilder Avenues. Apply on premises i?i8im
TO LET-rurnlshei room at 1050 Ri.hirJ St.
IF ou wish to rent ourh,use or rooms "WELL,1
JM-g Atklnton. Magoon Building.
PR RENT Cotiagt of 6 roosts and bath on River
street lust abova VlneyKf.tr Inquire of J. P. M
OSORIO, O. Luso office, Merchant St. near Blshop'l
ro LET Nice y furnished f om, on Young t reet
AJJress "O A T this office. itiiw
fO LET A furnished room at t8d Deretanla next
1 toDR HOhFMAI iteo-m
TO LET A cottage en Kukul lane and a
on H Tetania St , now mililng. For ten
tO KAvIULAPfl tMAIC LIU.
TO LET Setton House, net' furnished rooms tth
board Younj St , near Pllkol i.oini
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane. Fnoulre
ot Mrs. McConnel, off Union street. No. 0 Garden
COR SALE One phaeon, horse and hirnesi: also
one ffentie sad J
one ffentle sadi'e hort.
Inquire of E Suhr,
corner Juid and LMIha streets.
FOR SALE A luoo Columbia lllncla. pract'cal'y
new A bargain. Apply to C. S. Faser Klnau
St, Maula slie. 4th Mm. Irom Alapal. rrrsiw
TOR SALF A few lmr-orti milch cows.
J. Al. VIVAS. '
ZOR SALE Cheap, r family mare, harness anJ an
open butty Apply to
906 Merchant St.
CHOICE LOTS, Kaplolanl Park ad illlon. Cheap.
P. n.Burnette. g King St. ity tf
HOUSE & LOT, VIIJer ave., only 1 1,600 n.t. P.
H. Burnene. g Kins: St. nn-tl
OC TBAR LEASE, with tool house, Klnj street,
J cry rheap. rent only 3is.u, nonth. P. II.
Burnett., so King St.
I EASES for sate In all rails of the cllv. P. II
U Burnette, ,9 King St. ltij-tl
FOR SALE-Four tots. Ilobron St., Kapahulu, Wa.
klkl. Ijoo each. Jeffs Barber, 0 King St. w"
PR SALE A large down town Warehousi. A
centrally locate.! Loiglng House and cttage.
Business Prortv In heart of cttv residence rroD.rtr
HENIJY WArEKHOUsE CO. lOos-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT-A I ace Lot In Nunanu
Vallev, ilh Large House and Setral Cottages.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & 'O &)
THE best 1 cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at the Mvrtle Clrar Store neil to Or.
pheum. All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty.
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for sale at a
bargala. Apply 3(8 Beretailla street, near
Pumping Station. ,68s tr
R SALE Smo. Futnltur. ot sroomed cottago
near towa, with privilege of renting cottage.
ML11MVI 3AVIUUC .u..
ec6 Merchant St.
PR SALE S4000. Leasehold on Queen street.
near Honolulu Iron Works. .. years to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM S AVIDGE, ft CO..
06 Merchant street
PR SALE A pair of black coach horses lornerly
the property of Wm. O Irwin, Esq. Apply to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street. lowtf-
LOST A snail wreath pin of leaves and pearls,
dftwn town. Liberal reward If relumed to H.
DlnuaEe, Custom House itm-iw
LOST a ffold enameled pin: nonof ram U, S., 96
In crimson and cold. Finder please return 10
this ofllce and receive reward.
COUND-A Skiff. Oin.tr can obialo tht uni by
paying txptnm. Apply ;, honai. it)
CCUND A Lady's gold watch. Owner can havt
I the 1am by calllnral Hawaiian ChlniM Newt
i.o., King ai.. ana paying tapanxi. iti
PUND A new atora on Hotel St , opposite the
Elite let Cream Parlor. GEO. HAFINER,
manuiacmring ewenr. ito
COUND-At corner of King ttrtet and Walk Ik I
1 road, an it K gold wedding ring. Finder can
have tame by calling at this office and paying citt
ot qveninng. 10a
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To the Public
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son.
Agents for CL.BVni.AND BICYCLES for the Hawaiian hianJs,
the recent arrangements ol on
prmed of by the undersigned,
Referring to the above we will say that by the "ZEALANDIA"
we received another shipment of...
and can satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
The Cleveland Is...
A GOOD BICYCLE
CLL AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON 2nd FLOOR OF NEW STORE 1
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
ce Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
j San Francisco Prices.
S. W. LEDERBR, Proprietor
Jas. F. Morgan
11 05 Queen Stpesvt
On Friday, Jan. i, INI,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the premises. VINEYARD STREET
between River and Llliha Streets, I will
sell at Public Auction:
Fi e two-story wooden buildings. 30x40.
On: one-story wooden building, 20x3).
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x36
One one-story wooden building, 20x33
One two-story wooden building, nxw.
Several sheds and wash houses.
Buildings to be removed within thirty
days from date of sale.
Tenants to have ten days from date
of sale for removal.
Jas. F. Morgan,
saa:For Sale !
A New Instrument and in good
Can be seen at my salesroom.
J J QUEEN St.
Jas. F. lYlorgarit
STOCK and BOHD BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
.,, . .! nlje&J ijft-JiaiyV -Y
Limited, are now the rccoenlzid
Mr. R. C. Lennle having been ap-
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.,
SAN f-RANCISCO BRANCH
Cleveland Sales Depar.ment
By 0. A. Merril,
I j9 L Beretan'at.
DAY BUILDING. DERETANIA ST,
NEAR FIRS STATION.
cnstanty on Hand
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton.
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. Wi
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears. Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small, In
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles M.
Cooke and P. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKE,
Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS Si COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed by the corporation, and all
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Tnanks are extended to those who
have given patronage to the firm
which Is now dl.'solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWERS Cf COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE, Limited.
President F.J LouMV
Vlce-l'reilJrnt W.W. Harris
Sec y aiU Treas W. A IUDIien
Auditor C, H Cooke
Director ,. ..Rohlut Leuers
Director Ciias. M. Cooke
Honolulu. Dec. ji, iv.
Fine Job Printing at
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