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" t7nrrr?riW EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUE8DAY, JANUAIIY 22, 1901
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SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED.
IDiS IN A Hi
There was trouble tip Fort street
last night In the neighborhood of the
saloons nml It was all precipitated by
men from tho transport Warren. There
nere several street and saloon fights
but the most serious was one which
started between a Spaniard who had
joined Uncle Sam's Army and gone to
fight In the Philippines anda tall,
raw boned bully of a soldier. The two
got Into an altercation In the saloon
after several drinks had been taken.
The latter hit tho Spaniard, a much
smaller man, ami opened up a bullet
wound Just over tho heart, that had
been received In a. skirmish with tho
Filipinos recently. The poor fellow
toegan to bleed profusely and was hard
ly able to Btand. It was Just at this
moment that a sailor from the Warren
Jumped In nnd pushed tho bully of a
soldier out of the way. The latter said
something about tho dirty Irish Cath
olics and the sailor,' being a member
of tho Catholic church, would not'stand
this from nnyonc. Tho first thing the
soldier knew, ho was sprawling on thH
floor with two black eyes. Ho was
knocked senseless and It was an ap
preciable length of time before It was
found possible to bring him to.
The soldier looked so badly that the
surgeon or the warren was sent ror,
He arrived In a hack and began to ex
amlno tho fellow. It was found that
he had only received a couple of tell
ing blows nnd that otherwise, he was
not hurt. The surgeon took him In
charge and hnd him removed to the
E. O. Schuman will supply n hose
wagon to the flro department, made by
tho Studebaliers, nt tho contract prlco
of $710. There were two other bids.
The contract Is not yet concluded for
a new sttnin fire engine.
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES,
18 now prepared to do
Kawalahao Street, near South
110 HOTEL STREET, Old Elite
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 341, 1. A. of M.,
organized last Saturday evening, Jan. 19,
1901. will hold Its first regular meeting
this TUESDAY EVENING. JAN 32. at
7:50, In the hall upstairs at the cornet of
Nuuanu and Kng streets.
The President desires a full attendance
as business of gnat Importance will be
brought before the meeting and the Con
ductor requests all unitlates to appear for
t telr Initiation. 1744-it
A special meeting of the stockholders of
theTERRTTORY STABLES CO., LTD.,
will bs held at the office of the Kaptolanl
Estate on WEDNESDAY, JAN. itd,
1901, at 10 o'clock A. At.
C. F HERRICK.
Secretary, Territory Stables Co., Ltd,
SLB OF LEASE OF G0YERNME1T LOTS
NOS. 56 and 67, ESPLANADE
On THURSDAY, FEBRUARY si,
IQ3I, at 12 o'clock noon at the f'ont en
trance of the Capitol (Executive Building)
will be sold at Public Auction the leases
of the following G A'ernmcnt Lots on the
Esplanade, viz :
Lot No. 5G Term 5 years,
Lot No. 57 .Term 5 years,
Upiet rental Goo per a mum for each
Payable quartet ly In advance.
Map of these lots may be sejn at the
Public Works Department, Hoiolulu,
Oahu. J. A. MCCANDLESS,
4 Superintendent uf Publ c Works",
Public Works Department, Honolulu,
January 21, loot. 1744-);
Notice Is hereby given that sealed tend
ers will b: received at this office till 12
oY ock noon, , I hu sday, J.n uary 24th,
031, for the printing and binding of the
A dltlng Djpartment Report fortheea
Speclficitton can be seen at the Audit
Work must be completed by.the 20th W
The Auditor does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
H. C. AUSTIN,
Did Not Know Lows,
George Smjtli,.ono of the returning
soldiers fiord the Philippines In tho
transport Warren, was arrested last
night on tho chargo of riding n bicycle
without a light. He spent the night In
Jail nnd appeared In the Police Court
for trial this forenoon. Upon being
naked what he had to say for himself
ho stated that ho had just come from
Mnnlla nnd was not acqunlnted with
the Inws of tho emmtry, Deputy Slier.
irt Chllllngwnrth asked tho J ml go to
reprimand tho defendant which wns
. . .-
" '' . .V
Weather Bureau, Punahou, January
22. Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum. TG.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.12. Irregular.
Dew Point G3F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. G8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon. Jan
uary 22. Weather clear; wind NE.
Tuesday, January 21.
Bktn S N Castle. Nllson. 16W davs
from San Francisco, mdse and live stock.
fjas schr Sumr ss. Nvstrnm. from k.iii-
al; 300 bags rice, 100 pkes sundries.
B-A stmr lohns Kimball, Thwlng. from
Seattle, cold storage and general freight
Aiexanaer iv tiauwin Agt's.
Monday, January 21.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Eletle at 5 p m.
Tuesday, January 15.
Stmr Claudinek Lane, for Hlloandway
Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Francisco with sugar.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Maul, Sacks, for Kahulul and way
pirts at 5 p ma
Gas -ch' Eclipse, Townend for Lahal-
lia. Makemund Kon ports at 5 p m
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p m.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman.for Anahola, Kl
huea arid Kealla at 4 pm.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
ports at 5 p m.
Schr Lady, for Kooliu ports at j p m.
Schrs Blanche and Ella, for Hanalel and
Kafhlwal at n m.
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, for Hamakua
pons at 5 p in.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr lehui, Renmtt, for Molokal and
Lanal ports at p m
Stmr Hcler.e. Bete, for Paauhau. Oo-
Kai.t, NUKauu, Laupanoenoe and fapaloa
at 12 m.
Ship Iroquois, Thomson, for the Sound.
Gershlp Marie HackfelJ.-AVuhrmann.
for Portland. loaJ heat for Queenstown.
Stmr Iwaianl, Gregory, for (Cukulhaele
and Honoka 1 5 p m
From San Francisco, per S S Albion
prtrlfnn. Inn itMTr rirlm!, in, I cl.tl
Frank Loren, L Loienz. Frank Moore.
For Hlli and way ports, rer stmr Clau
dine, Jan 22 Judge W I Estee, Mrs
Estee, Mls E H 'yan, AUss Jesle Ack
erman, Miss Ada Murcutt, W B Mailing,
J C Balrd, G-o P Becklev, W D IJbwell.
Mrs W D Lowell, Mrs J H Wood, D A
Ray, S B Harry, Norman Lyman, J
Pletts, J H Flshe , C E Innes.Leod Wolff,
C Kaiser, G K Wilder and wife, W W
Boyd, David Morion. W C Schneider,
Chas Williams Jr, R II Long and EB
For Hawaii and Maul ports, per stmr
Maul, Jan 22 -Geo Kaluna, Joseph P.i,
Mis N Curhmlngs Miss napp, P L
Weaver and wife, Dayld Morton Jr, A N
Kepolkal, vjjuter J King, C E King, Miss
Ahola. Mr-PIckard, Mrs W Searby, S
Kelllnol, w and 2 children. Ah Tit and
wife, Rev C,.. Pa, K Takagl, Moses Blpl,
Rev J Kcklcl. FJ Raven and Sing Yon.
The German ship Marie Hackfeld has
about finished taking In ballfst and will
sail for Portland tomorrow, where she will
load wheat for Queenstown,
The British ship Falls of Garry p oes to
N.ivv wharf No. 1 toJav and will dis
charge Iter cargo of coal In order to ac
comojite her the transport Warren was
warped over to Navv wharf No. 2.
Fine Job Printing at
,A4u in Iht t9lumn mtt to tittirUi i
ft (tuff tint tm tnurUcn: it untl iv)
tnsifltoHt! la unit o imi, 49 tmlt two tttikt,
tnJ'60 unit oni month. Toil it loo tktotml oivif
titiot ortr oftrtd too poofito of Honolulu. '
STENOCRAPIIER WITH SIMRE TIME DURING
business hous desires tnlnttrni a snottier
Arm's currepnnientcatfts per mtntri AiJrcsl K.
II Rullelin office -tt
BARGAINS IN JEWELKY-ycu cin Ret rtem at
M.F. LLCAS, so Hotel St. Fine Entravlni;
and enairellng done ifr6t
MOTICE TO BtUtDERS-The Union Eapress Co
IN Ms WHITE SAND FOR SALE H4I
FAITHFUL J4PANESB, understands EniMsh,
wants poililon as luna or raiesman In s ore Ad
dress Yasu, Hulletln office iwrw
1ANTED Machine operator and lorelady at Mrs.
vv Mellls dressnaklnK eslabtishment. Ml Here
tanla St. ittl-it
ANTED-A first-class Wood Tomer. Arp'y to
t'Of flic Mill I.Q . ft'aKea. near iu.en 31. it,i
X 'ANTED A reliable man asconchman. Apply
W MM F. M. Halcti. Pensacola St. 1111MI
ANTED py a first-class bookVe per, a posttion
ai acnu, io per monm. ucsio, iricriiikis
this office. V smo-iw
WANTED Tro blacksmth helpers apply to
HENRY WRIGHT Fort St nauka of Lucas'
WANTED so laborers for plantation ork waites.
home, wood and medical service free R W,
ATKIN'ON, Magoon niock.
WANTED Furnished hou with fnur or more
moms with kitchen Address W, F D , Bul
letin Office. sio-i"
ANTED A filteen year old boy. C II l!ron,
piumrer. lerr to v stapes ituiuing. t,i-ii
YOUMi MAN. stenoi-raplier and t-nwfl'er, al
once. Add'ess"A N" Hultelln Office.
JANT D-WATCHES to, repair by leweler of jl
VV .aAm afre.ailjj.a li4af kl ll al Atsas I h .l
nove'l'es, (1, DICTZ, '41't Nuunna St iM-tf
WANTED-FAGMAVISG AND TNAMEIINO
At F. LUCAS, sos Hotel St. l!6t
THE OWL LUNCH AND OY5TER ROOM -
Oysters served n the shelf only Try his
famous Ham and tee Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hits' streets. WM I UCAS, Proprietor,
ID PAPERS TO EXCIICGB for clean Cot-
ton Hags Apppiy at ttuiietin utrce. tsr.tr
EWLY F RNISHED ROOMS with gool board
thorns ccoktnel. Call a corner of Winer ave
nue and Maklkl St Terms reasonable. isitiw
rO LET New Room House Tutnlshed nr unfur
nished, ATKINSON. Mi goon Uulldlng.
rilRMKNFn ROOMS Fine front furnished Has
r te'el room. Apply No. ,a, Schout St. i7joiw
TO LFT Desirable house of roorrs, bath, food
1 loculnn, lust hnHIied, Kent ?s $1 monthly
ppty GrAR LANSI a t CO , Judl Building.
TOR REN T Cottage and furnished house keeping
- room. V.UHSKC uien iiik -
it)?.i( n E. KINO.
LET Softon IIoum. will lurnlilwi rootnlth
bri. Young St . nfir Plihoi. tt)6-ni.o
OUn TO RENT on the come- ol Maklkl and
Wilder A enues pplv on premises tris-im
TO RENT rurnlshed room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, t.fl Union street, No. 9 Garden
FOR SAI K.
FOR SALE CHEAP n squalr piano In good
order at tht office of DR. J. II. V. IIITNEY. at-tf
FOR SALE-Fhirld , Peach Trees an) Cocol Wed
dellana. At ply S V. JORDAN.
1,4,. If ir Fort St.
HOW SALV-Clrar Store and Soda Water stand
r sptei did location Open tor Investigation. Ap
p'yl.o. 1,(4,1 ort St. mo-iw
FORSA!E A large upright Knabs piano In good
condition for SVo. Address ' W" this office. I iMf
FOR SALE Elfier one or both of a team of-black
mares, gentle and kind Henry W. Howard
M. D. itivII
FOR SALE rurnlture of 6 rooms house. god and
new wlh opt on of resting house. ATKINSON,
Room i, Magoon Hu Idlng Merchant St.
in YEAR LEASE-Cli!natun. rental only J10 a
& montl I' H Hur ette. jo King St.
IJOUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalutanl Tract, only
st.soo. f. it. uurnette. w Mng at.
I OTS Kaplolar.1, on easy terms, P. II, Bjrnelte,
W King St
HOUE AND LOT-Puunul, very cheap P. II.
Humetie. w King St.
OUSC AND LOT-Aiylum P01 J. nir KlnZ. P.
11. iiumene. w King -t
FOR SALE-Onn etch iM-4 ini 6 horw power
MIETZ & WEISS KtROSENE OtL ESQINfcS. (n)
InqulrtU J. Fmmeiuth. hi King St. ir j i-tt
TOR SALF A few imported mltch cows. Apply to
'OR SALE Cheip, i fimlly mtre, harress ni n
open rug cy, nppiy 10
COR SALE -A Urge down town Varetuus4. A
I cenirtlly locitei InJglng Huuw ani cMtare,
.mlntu Property In hart of c tv residence protf ty.
H CIS RY WArEHHOE & CO. o.tf
COR SALE OR REM-A ice Lot In Nuuinu
Vallry, with larce Houm and Several Cotugef.
HENRY WATERHOUSh & CO. ifrytf
THE bMt$ cent cigar In town Ii the "COLONEL"
1 to bt had at the Myrtle Cigar More neat to Or
rh'um All k In J of Manila clgart a pclaltv
TOR SALE $100, futnltureot e-ricmed cotlag
near tow 1. with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVlDGt! ft CO.,
w6 Merchant St.
PR SALE $4100 Leasehold on Qutn trett.
near Honolulu Iron Work. 14 years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
306 Merchant street
I OST A model ti Cleveland bicycle No 119.
L- Finder please return to GkORGb HAYt-ELDEN
at II Mav & Co.and receive liberal reward ist8-iw
COUD-Ao.t Jan. 1st,
small skiff .marked No.
l 10. owner ran hsv. the same bv pav
10. owner can hse the same by paving tor this
advertisement Apply at parK
Apply at bam SLtlASI IAN HACM.
Survey ot Tlllrht.
Tho schooner Twilight whlih rc
turneil to port yesterday In a leaky
condition will bo examined today by a
hoard of three! surveyors at the Insti
gation of II. Hackfold & Co, who are
tho agents heto for the San Francisco
Messis. Hackfeld & Go. have appoint
ed Captain C. J. Campbell for the un
der writers, whllo Captain Citesten of
tho Twilight has selected Captain Ful
ler In behalf of tho vessel.
These two gentlemen will select a
third party when they will make a
thorough Investigation. In all prob
ability the cargo of copra In tho hold
of the vessel will he discharged and
sho will bo placed on the inarlno rail
way, hcn thp true facts, fts to hei' con
dition will bo ascertained!
of O ROOM. HOUSE
top sale with option
ot renting house.
Must Be Sold. A Bargain.
v R. W.ATKINSON
K 'QFFICEr Cj
To the Public
Mct. P.. O. Hall Sl Son.
Agents for CLBVriLANO BICYCLES for the Hawaiian IshnJs,
the recent arrangements ol ou
proved of by the undersigned,
Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we received anothet shipment of,..
and can satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
1 he Cleveland Is...
'-a S3 A GOOD BICYCLE .
CALL AT BICYCLE DEPARTMFNT
ON Jnd FLOOR OF NEW STORE !
,E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Ball Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
-03 Queen Sl-e-nct
On Thursday, Jan. 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. W. E. Burnett,
Klnau street, near Keeaumoku, next to the
residence of Mr. J. M. Oat, I will sell at
Public Auction the entire household furnl
tore, consisting In part of
Fine upholstered parlor furniture.
Large center rugs
Curtains and draperies.
Parlor and easy chairs.
Oak and Iron bedsteads.
Mahogany bureau, oak bureaus, wash
stands. Hair mattresses.
Fine oak dining table and china closet.
New HavPand dinner set.
Crockery, glassware, cutler, linen.
Gurney ke be..
Kitchen utensils, etc., etc.
Ia6, F. Morgan,
T ' i
FOR 1901 !
ie Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock & OFFICE -AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LOT, 6o ft. by zoo
ft. House contains iix rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely pf
(Nor'west and almost new,
HOUSE LlKb THE FIRST, with
lot &j ft. by 120 ft.
LUTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
HiRh ground. Excellent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf Pensacola Street.
! H $
Lltn'ted.nre now the recocnlzeJ
Mr. R. C. Lennle havlnc been ap-
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.,
SAN rRANCISCO BRANCH
Cleveland Sales Depirment
By G. A. Mcrril,
Constantly on 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 Salmom ITallbut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oeese,
ChlcUens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Baccn. Saus
ages, fre.h everv dav. Tongue, Clipped
Perf. Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Cplves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese, PlUIes, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Appl:s, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, Onions, Cabbige. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
HnrJIv a thlnir that vnil fnllM wlh (nr
but what Is to be had at our market. '
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership exMIng be
tween Kobert I ewers, Charles W.
Cooke and F. J. I.nwrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKP,
Is this day dissolved bv mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
A a corporation under the mme of
A LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
X All obligations of the firm are as-
T .lln.a1 Ka. Sl.a ,nr..Hll.n nml sit
0UIIIW WV WIC V",UIUill,, UUU dll
amounts'due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Tr anks araextmded to those who
hae given patronage to tne lirm
which Is now dl "solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
I.EWBR8 & COOKE.
LEWERS k COOKE, LlmlteJ.
PrtslJcn' ,,.. r. J Loupbv
VUe-l'resliifl, W.W. llACms
Sfc'yinlTrus W, A MADDEN
AuJuor C, II CookB
Director Robcht Ieuirs
Director CHAS, M. CookB
Honolulu Dec. )i, luoo.
STOCK and BOMD BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
'Careful .Attention given to ,'
AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAtf,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 25 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
6,K0 BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Revived by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETN'IA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LEDfcRER,
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