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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1901.
SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED.
Kawaiahao Street, near South
TWO MBETINGS A WDEK.
The mcmber of the Charter Com
mlttiH.1 of the Republican party wish It
understood that the resolution passed
at the metlnR on Tuesday nlKht was to
the effect that adjournment be taken
until next Tuesday, leaving out this
Friday night In order to give tho sub
committee on charter a chance to work.
This was the whole force of tho resolu
tion. It did not seek to do nnay with
the bi-weekly meetings. After this
week, there 'will bo meetings on Tiiom
day and Friday nights as heretofore.
The Impression prevails that, hereafter,
there will be btu one meeting a week.
Dr. Smith Will Prcuch.
Dr. Arthur Maxson Smith, president
of Oahu College, will preach In tho
Central Union church pulpit Sunday
morning. Ills subjict will be, "Chris
tian IMucatlon.' Tho Y. SI. C. A. meet
ing for men will be transferred to th'.H
church at 3 o'clock and Mr. FrancU
Murphy will be the speaker.
At 7:30 ho will speak again to n
mixed audlenco and whatever tho peo
ple choose to give will be an offering to
FIIch Hawaiian Flag.
There Is a certain German cssel now
at tho Irmgard wharf, the olllcera of
which are evidently Ignorant of tno
fact that these Islands have been an
ncxed to the United States and nio nov
Known as tho Territory of Haw-j i
Jinny people lime perhaps noticed to
d.iy that (lie cssel Is (lying the Ha-
nallan flag at tho fore.
The steamer China of tho Pacific Mull
lino arrived from tho Orient last evok
ing and made, fast at her regular berth
at the Mall wharf. Sho brought 380
tons of freight for this port and will
take on some 100 tons of coal. Captain
Seabuty reports passing tho City of
Peking whu.li left hero nt 12 o'clock
yV-stcrday nnd In addition to steaming,
Bho was taking advantage of the pre
vailing winds and cinvdtng on alt sail
She presented a beautiful sight as tint
waves broke over hor bows. It U tho
Intention, no doubt, of Captain Smith
to crowd tho vessel nnd thus mako up
tho tlmo lost from San Francisco to
Honolulu, duo to unavoidable dclajs,
Tho high winds that hno pronllcl
for tho past twenty-four hours, mado
things quite lively on tho wnter front
Inst night, and although no serious
daningo was reported, tho skippers ut
thoJvarlous vessels In port, look ext'H
precautions looking to tho nbsoluto
tafcty of tho cruft under their coil
r mand. Tho, steamer Chas. Nelson of
tho Ijrltlsh-Anicrlcan line, bound for
San Francisco via Kaliulul, and tho
ship V. II, Jlacy on her way to tho
Sound In ballast, concluded to defer
their departuio until tho weather had
somewhat moderated. In all prohablll
ty they will go to sen today. The
sthoontr Iltancho unil i:ila which was
leported nshoro In tho neighborhood
of Walanao arrived safe and sound yes
terday. Fine Job Printing at the bulletin
Is now prepared to do
110 HOTEL STREET, Old Elite
vi:ssi:i.s on tiii: iinimi roit
Stmr. Sonoma, 83C tons. Van Otern
ilrop; pass and mdse, S. F. for Honolu
lu and Colonics.
Am. ship Falls of Clyde, 1748 tons;
Matson; pass and mdso, S. F. for Illlo,
Stmr. Zealandla. 1718 tons. Dowdcll;
pass and mdsc. S. F. for Honolulu.
Stmr. Callfornlan, 4597 tons. Mor
rlslon. In American-Hawaiian line, pas
and mdse, S. F. for Honolulu.
Am. bktn. Ilenecla, 053 tons, Dow,
pass and mdse; S. F. for Honolulu, V.
A. Sehaefcr & Co.
Am. schr. Aloha, 742 tons. Fry, pasu
and mdse, S. F. for Honolulu; Hnckffld
& Co. agents.
Am. bk. C. D. Hryant, 823 tons. Colly,
pass and mdse; S. F. for Honolulu;
Hackfeld & Co. agents.
Am. sp. Geo. Curtis, 1G80 tons. Cnl
houn; pass and mdse S. F. for Honolulu
In Planters' Une.
Am bktn. V. H. Dlmonil, 370 tons,
Hanson, pass and mdse; S. F. for Ho
nolulu; O. 8. S. Co.'s line.
Am. schr. Ilcrtlo Minor, 230 tons, Hit
rcka to Honolulu, lumber.
Am. sp. Columbia, 1327 tons, Tacoma
to Honolulu; coal.
Am. schr. Ottlllle Fjord, 247 tons, Eu
reka to Kaliulul; lumber.
Am. schr. John G. North, 320 tons,
pass and tndso to Honolulu; Hind,
Holph & Co.
LATEST FIIEIGHTS AND CHAR
TERS. Am. bk. C. D. Hryant, for Hawaiian
ports, 823 tons, Colly, pass and mdro
from San Fianclsio to Honolulu, In
Hawaiian line, by Williams, Dlmond
&fo. . j '
Am. Bchr. (Emma Ctaudlnn, 18. tons,
pass and mdse fiom S. F. to Mahukoni.
by Chat.. Nelson,
Am. bktn. Planter. 49S tons, McNeil,
pass and mdse from S. F. to Honolulu,
In Hawaiian line; Williams, Dlmond
Reports by the K. M. S. Aorangl,
which arilved heio last Wednesday af
ternoon from Sydney aro to tho effect
that great prepaiatlons wcro beliK
mado for tho monster ncauntlc demon
tratlon on January 4th In connection
with tho Inauguration of Common
wealth Day, and tho celebration, It Is
oxpected, will tho biggest thliig of Its
kind yet attempted In Australian wa
ters. Tho White Star transport Drltan
nlc has been secured for flagshlp,jind
another largo liner will perform slmlUr
duty, both ships being mooted In close
proximity on tho northern' side '(if tin
harbor. Tho program oT twenty-four
events has attracted a magnificent en
try of rowing nnd sailing ciaft of ovcrv
description. As tho men-of-war, yachts
and shipping generally aro to bo spe
cially decorated for tho occasion, the
spectacle should bo one to be rcmoni
beied. Two first class military bands
havo been retained for thq,flagshlp, and
tho Sydney fcpiles nre to run a special
senico to tho flagships from Circular
"1 . y fc
Thursdav. Januarv 17.
PMSS China, Seabury, to days from
TOKonama, 3S0 tons urlental freight.
Schr Blanche and Ella, from Kauai,
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
naa: 2000 bars sucar.
Stmr Kauai, llruhn, from Makawell;
4000 oags sugar.
Fridav. Januarv 18
Br ship Falls of Garry, Broadfbot, 48
days from Newcastle, coal for O R & L
Thursday. Januarv t7,
Am ship John Currier, Murchlson, for
Schr Alice Kimball, for Kaanaoali.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Makawell,
waimea ana KeKana at 4 p m.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
PMSS China, Seabury, passengers,
freight and mall for San Francisco at 5pm.
b-A stmr Chas Nelson, Anderson, for
San Francisco via Kahulul to load sugar.
Ship Wm H Macy, Grolh, for the
souna in oaiiasi, pa earner permitting.)
Stmr Mauna Loa, Simerson, for La
halna. Maalaea. Kona and Kau.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, forKapaa
aim Nraua at 4 p m.
Schr Molwailni, for Paaullo at 4 p m
From Yokohama, per P M S S China,
Jan 17-Mlss S E Dudley, S Phillips,
Miss Ataybelle Phillips. Mrs Cameron
Johnson, mrs bydrev, Phillips, S Shlma'
From Anahola, per stmr James Makee,
Jan 17 Mrs H Nunn.
From Makawell, per stmr Kauai, Jan
17-1 maiony, r uowies, n a vnucx, W
k apauiumg anu wue ana 2 deck.
Booked on the China.
The following are the names of those
wno nas secured nassaee on the P. M
6. S. China which Is scheduled to leae
here at 5 o'clock this afternoon for
San Francisco: Mrs. S. W. Wakefield
Miss Wakefield, W. P. Pierce, Mrs) W.
P. Pierce. Miss Pierce, Allss K. Cart
wright, W. W Rlcker, Mr. and Mr. M.
S. Grlnbaum. B. M. Thomas. Chss P.
Grltnwood md wife. Jas. Wakefield, Otto
Schmidt, Mr. and Airs. McClanalian,
louis 1. MnaKc, t. t. iatton, ueo.
Angus. Airs. Ancus. Sirs. C. S. Stone and
chllJ, Hon. Paul Neumann, Airs. Hasson
and son, Miss Anna K. Styker. L. Pet,
AUss Floreme Pugley, L. Berwold, H. T.
James, U. O. Bean, Mis Carr, -Miss C.
Cinde Carr, Airs. Richard, SV. S. Gray,
J. T. Chasrey, Mrs. W. J Lowrle, Mrs.
N. M. Thles, Geo. S. McKenle. J. T,
McCrossen, A. E. Mlnvllle, A. A. Wilder,
;u, . nranson, u, wuue.
Parke I had no Idea that your new
house was finished.
Lane Oh, yes; not only finished, but
all my friends havo had tlmo to tell
me how much better It might hao
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
For nrlntlne and blndlne Volume 11. H
wallan Reports, will be received by the
undersigned until 13 o'clock noori, January
2J. 1001, For particulars aonlv to the
undersigned, u ho will not be bound to ac
cept Hi: lowest or any Md.
HENRY SM IH.
I74ftd Clerk Judiciary Dept.
tf-AJi. in thtt talumn will h inttttti 4
lUXt if ttntt hnt cm tnttrtion; if ctntt twj
tnttthont; to ttntt rm ttttk, 40 rtntt two Ai,
anJ 60 ttntt ent month. 7 bit if tbl tttafnt Jwr
ttnnr tvtr offtrtd tbt peoptt tf lltnctvlu.
CTENOGRAPHER WITH SIM RF TIME DURING
O business hnut Jcslris to attend to another
firm' correponifni-e at ij to J40 pet mtnth Ai
JressK.H ihU office . t?)-tf
BARGAINS IN JtVELRY-you can Rft tfemat
M I.LLCAS, to) Hotel St. F'ne Engraving
mi marrtHng dnrt. . , , . ,, l66a ,
OTICE TO Bl'UDERS-The Union Er" Co
nas wh lie aftwu fwk twin i;n
lANTCDby a Mrstc1ass tookVe per, a pos'tif.n
W t about $toi per month Btst of refermcf .
Aprty this office. itiomw
UANTEO Two Hacfcsmltrt helper, apply to
W HENRY WRIGHT Tort Si. mauka 0 Lucas'
tib'lshment, firsWlass funis anJ assistants.
Apply retween 5 and 6 P. m , Deietanla street, next
lour Miner' Ea side.
WANTED to laborers tor plantation work, wages,
home, wood and medical service free. R.W
ATKINSON, Mar inn Block.
WANTED lurntthed hou t with fnur or mora
rooms with kitchen Address W. F. D , Bul
letin Office5. tv)iw
CITUATION WANTED -A good Might Japanese
-5 bnv, hi understands English, wants a position
Willing to do any kind of work. Address "Y. S ,"
Bulletin office m6iw
ANTH Tin and sheet Iron ker wishes work.
Address "Tinner" thli office t?)j-tw
WANTtD DoMtljn asstatloniivor Iiotstlng en
vv glneer, swKr, sieidy, quillhed fir a repon
slble poMMun Address J R Conser. City );'w
WANTED By n gentleman, a nlcdj furnKhed
roo( jiress iMnis omce.
tl ANTED A fifteen eir old bo.
r H. Brown,
W plumber. Terr to ySlab'es Bullllrg,
YOUNG MAN, strnograrher and typewriter, at
once. Address "A N." Bulletin Office
W ANTEDWATCHES to repair by feweter of u
VV )earsexrerlrnrt. Just received a fine t n of
noxeltes. O. DIETZ. 41T Nuuanu St 1708-tl
W ANTED-ENGRAVING AND ENAMELING
M F. LUCAS, km Hotel St. iW
ID PAPERS TO EXCII NGE for clean Cot-
ton Ragt. Appply at ouiietin Uftice. ijN-tf
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oyaters served n the shell only. Try hlf
larrous nam ana eke; aanawicnet ana ioct ior
Nuuanu and Htte streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor.
TO LETNew Room House Furnished or unfur-
nlitieJ. ATKINSON. Macoon Hul 1 nr
TO LEASE OR LI.T rjenut ful moiirn Swiss
I cottape, t rooTS. halh. etc. Servants quarters
and staple, on the ground, t'eciric usntea.
i?4-lf n. King St,
Cl'RMSHED ROOMS-Flne front furnished plas-
te-ol room. Apply tin. it. cnol at. 1719-lw
TO LtT L eslrable house of t rooms, hath, good
i location. Iut finished. Kent Jet s moniniy.
JpplyGLAIcLANSIG & CO , Judd Building.
COR RENT Cottape and furnished house keeping
rooms, Cottage (jreve King bt.
r. E. KING
TO LET Sefton House, ell furnished rooms with
osard young Nt . near KiiKoi,
nntl UTST T)t. Jot'a front ofUce of two rooms.
r with rr without a larpc he). room, cen'ral location
Inquire of LMIILKT si. DROWN. Hoi Istir Drur
(Hist". TO RENT un tli corner of Miklkl an4
WlUff Aenue rr'ynn rrtini iTis-im
pO LET Sfftf n Hnuf.eil furnlthed tooxat with
I botri Young St ,ntu Pilkol. iTtcin.
TO RENT FurnHhei room. Gar J n Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConncl. off Union ttreet, No, g Oar J en
FOR SALE-Ocr S'ore ni oJi Water tUnd,
plerdU location. Oren for m estteatlon, Ap
p'y No. 1164, Tort St. TW-iw
FORSA'E A large upright Knab clann In cooJ
condition for $oo. Ad Ate W" thfs nffice. )itf
FOR SALE Either one or both of a team of tuV
mares, rjentte and klnJ Henry W. HowarJ
M. D. mvtf
PR SALE: Furniture of 6 rooms house, rotd and
new wim opt on of renting house ATKINSON.
Kcom it wagonn iu uing wercnani si.
YEAR LEAE-Chlnaton. rental only fx a
munirii i' i iiutttiic, 19 K'n; 01.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
Ji,a. P. H ..urnette, jq King St.
I OTS Kaptolanl, on easy terms. P. II, D urnette.
H"bltS C AND LOT-Puuaul, ery cheap P. II.
Durnette, King St.
HOUSr AND LOT-Asylum Road, near King. P.
M. Burnette. wJClnght.
FOR SALE One each H4 and 6 horsepower
MltTI & WEISS KEROSENP OIL rNGlNCS (new)
Inquired J. Emmeluth, 141 King St vt-tf
FOR SALF A few Imported milch cows. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS. i)8i
t COR SALE Cheap, t family mire, tiirncss ani an
- open ruKcr. nppiy 10
k Merchant St.
COR SALF A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Liiielnc House and crttire.
t Business Property In heart of city residence property.
Ll.bNRY WATEHHOUSC & CO. 16951!
COR SALE OR RFNT-A J acre Lut In Nuuanu
Valley. lih large House and Several Cottages.
iHENRY WATERHOUSH & CO. iCoj-tf
THE bett cent clsar In town Is the "COLONEL"
1 to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or-
'P.?!. i . i Kinjsoi r-ianne cigars a special'
MbARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO for ult at a
I' bargali. Apply jS Beretaila street, near
rumping a union. 10m u
PR SALE loo. Futnltureof groomed cottage
near towa. with rrlvllece of rentlni? cctta t?e.
WILLIAM SAV1DUE & CO.,
6 Merchant St.
PR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s reel,
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 )ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO .
06 Merchant street.
I OSTA moJcl t) Cleveland bicycle No 119.
L- Finder please retur.i f OtORdE IIAYSELDEN
at II May St Q aJ receive liberal reward iyt8-iw
LOST Treasury Warrant No. tZi In favor of W
U Klt'el for In 00, dated November ytti tooo
nn account Pay tf Police, Hawaii. Payrrent lias
has bten stopped on this draft. mviw
LCST $5.00 reward for overcoat lost nar Paclhc
Mall dixit Wednesday evening Leave samaat
HavsJllan llfttfl iTfiw
COUND-Atuat Jan. ist. a small skiff marked No.
1 io, uuner cai have the same by pjyng for this
advcrtlstnunt Apply at bark hSBAS MAN UACtl.
COl'ND-A1id'atlailcPeLkwrif In front cf MAC-
DONA' D b fclioe ngshop. Owner may have by
calling there for It. 76.4
pOt'ND-A Sniff, 0ner can obtain the' same by
i..!' .tt.Ii ( " ".', ori a ,'" r
IfOUM) A new store on Hotel t . opposite the
K Ellt Ice Cream Parlors. GbO. HA1F.NER,
manufacturing eweler. itoC-uti
JThe annual meeting of the stockholders
ol the HONOLULU MAPI!) TRANSIT AND
LND CO , will be held at 3 o'clock p m.
on Friday, January 25th, at the Chamber
J. A. GlLMAN,
I7dl-iw Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, riRSTClRCTITOr
nip territory 01 Hawaii in propate, at champers.
In the matter of the estate of Chang Tat, late of
Honolulu. Oahu, deceased, intestate Petition having
been hied by Chang Sau ral. friend of said Intestate,
praying that letters of administration upon said es
tate be Issued to him Notke Is hereby glen that
Mondsi.thtt atthdayot February, AD, igot, at to
o'clock am . nthdJudlclar llulldlng, Honolulu, Is
appointed ths time and place of hearing said petition,
when and whtra all persons concrrnd ma appear
artd show cause, II any they have, why said petition
f lonolulu. Janjary ift iqoi
Ly the Court,
j r. n. -.. '' D KtLLETT, JR..
i.T DE BOLT. ESQ.. Ci.k
II Attorney for pelltloner. 1711-41 Jan iV.aj.s.S
To the Public
Messrs. E. O. Hall & San. Lim'ted.are now the recognized T
Agents for CLBVBLAND BICYCLES for the Macallan Islands, J
the recent arrangements ot ou Mr. K. C. Lennle having been ap- j
Referring to the above we will say that by the "ZEALANDIA"
we received auothet shipment of...
and can satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
The Cleveland Is...
- A GOOD BICYCLE
CAM. AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
on Md floor of NEW STORE !
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
-OS Queen 8tre1
Fop Sale !
On view at my salesroom, 65 Queen
Stteet, are TWO FINE PIANOS, one Is a
Kimball, the other a German piano Any
one wishing a Tine Instrument should not
lose this opportunity for'gettlng one at a
very low price.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LOT, 60 ft. by sco
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
Higli ground. Excellentn elghbor
hood. Near both new and old car
tines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOL'I E,
10 Merchant Street, or of
, MRS. HriNDKY,
1740-tf Pensacola Street.
AMERICAN BIOYCLE CO.,
SAN hRANCISCO BRANCH
Cleveland Sales Depigment
By 0. A. Mcrril.
Constantly ori Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of.
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Sturmon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
nass, vrawusn, iraos, etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens. Ouall. Canvas Back. MallarJ.
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams. Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
ueft, t-tc. Alio sweet breaj. Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER. Eczs. Che. PI-kTes. Chow.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
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 F. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS Sf COOKE,
Is this dav dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed bv the corporation, and all
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Th anks are extended to those who
have given patronage to tne firm
which Is now dissolved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEwnns tf COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE. Limited.
PresMen F.J Lou hey
Vkt-l'rtilJtnt, . .W.W. IIADDIS
Sec'y anJ Trsas W. A Madden
Auditor c II COOk.E A
Director RODERT Utttus
Director Cms. M. CookB Q
Honolulu Dec, 31, tgoo,
STOCK and BOND BROKER S
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
CUT CALL AT THE '
AND SAVE IT WILL PAY YOU TO
'"" BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X Li Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 5J5. . S.W.LEDFRLR,
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