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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. FRIDAY, JANUARY
THE PACIFIC Mill COMPANY
has succeeded to the plming mill bu,lnss
of the Enterprise Mill Co., LtJ , Alakea
and Richard streets, nnJ lespectfullv "ll
dt tlie pitr, nage of all firmer customer'
of the latter mill company.
i;i6lf V. H. fi. ARNEMANN.
The Annual Meeting of KAHUKU
PLAN I ANON CO. will be htl.l at the
Clumber of Commerce room on Mon
day, January 28th, at to o'cKk a. in., for
the reading of reports anJ the election of
V. W HALL.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
FoulthAssessment of 5 per cent or two anC
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock ot TUB INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LID., Is due and payab'.
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned
4it Port street. J. H. FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Ishnd Telegraph Co
Hnnnliilii Inno I. IOOO. If,5C
Ulua Suft.-ir Co., Ltd
The stotk transfer books of theOlii
Sugar Company, Limited, will be closed
to transfers from January 1MI1 to joth,
both dates Inclusive.
ELMER E. PAX TON,
Treasurer Ol 11 Sugar Company, LtJ.
Dated: Honolulu, T. II., Jinmry 15,
OLAA SU(!Ali CO., LTD.,
Tl'e .inniiil nuetlng of the stockholders
Of the OLAA SLfiAR COMPANY, LIMITI D,
will be held .it the rooms of the Ch imber
of Commerce, in Honolulu. on Vedneday
January 30, toot, .it 10: jo o'clock .1. m.
Uv order of the Hoard of I )irectors.
ELMER E. PAX! ON,
TrriMirer Oh 1 Sug ir Co., Ltd.
Dited Honolulu, T.H., January 21, toot.
A partnership has been formeJ on the
list, datf of Dec. 1000, by and between
the tol m Ing person to w it:
KWOCK HOON. HOW SlIO. KWOCK
SAU. I ING HOI'. KUM CHOW. I LI HOP,
FAI Yt L, Clll W IN anJ SlU TIN doing
business unJer tl'e firm name of CHEW
WOCIIONG CO. at Pauoa, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. The nature
of business Is the planting, buying and
selling of 'laro, Pil-il or Pol.
CHEW WO CHONG CO.
Honolulu, Jan 8th, tool.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice I hereby e'vfntsallcreJItortlitvFf cliltnt
(Eilkt th tttit tit J J Stewart, JceaM-J t fr
wnt lh um July authentlctui nJ iti fr"rT
viuchcr, at thv i fflc of th 4mtnKtrim , T I
7homrnn. In th Matrnnr. hiltJInir. II fmlulu. Qahu
Ttrrltory of lUwtil, within lx (&) month from It
jik rwre.il or tiwy win m torrwr rrrj
FRANK C THOMPSON.
AJmlnhlritor if ttierttifeaf J J Stewart J?crattJ.
Date J al Hun ilulu. Oahu, thli tnJ day of Januir ,
IN' THC CIRCUIT COl RT. I IRST CIRCTIT OF
IrSe Territory ol Hawaii In rrubjie, lt cfumt-rr.
h the raaiirr of t1 ttUtt of Clunc Tal, laitof
Honolulu, Ojhu JcfiKJ Intettair rnition tuvlnc
Nn filri b Chinjt Sau I al frlrnJ of al4 lritmif,
prj)lnpihat letter of aJtnlnltratlun upon si ei
latt be IttuM to him Not lie if hereby "" that
MonJiy, the tth Javnf Februar AD, got, at 10
o'clock a m , In tli JjJIclary HudJInr. Ilnnulutu, t
arrointcJ the time anl place u( beartne alJ r'i'tlon,
hn anJ where all perun concern J may appear
an4 howeUM II any thvy hae, wh kali petition
tcul4 not ttf cranteJ
Honolulu, January in igoi
Ey the Court,
P. D KtLLETT.JR..
J.T DCnOLT, ESQ., Clerk
Attorney for petitioner iTii4t Jan ig,n,i.8
S THE CIRCUIT COURT, 1 1RST CIRCUIT
Territory of Hawaii In probate at chamber. In the
natter of the etit of Jame Do J 4 laU ot Honolulu,
Oahu JreeJMrJ 'he pciti.n ani ace unt of the
tiKutor ani exeiutrU of the will ol ali JeceavvJ,
hi rein the atk that IIh If accounts W caamlneJ ani
arpro4, an4 that a hnat order be maJe ot Jltr1
bution of the prupttry teroaintnjj In their hand to the
prrson therrtu entitled, and Jlichartlni; them from
all further reftpontlbHHy as uth executor and etecu
trla halnif th Ja been filed It I ordered, that
MoniJ), the i&t Jay of februar), Al), irt at ten
'clock a m , at chambers, In the Court Houe, t
Honolulu, be and he ami hrreb) I appointed ai the
time and p'ace tor hearlnic tald petition and account,
and that all r-ruon IntrreMed may then and there
rrar and show cause, It any they have, why the
same should not be eranteJ
Dated Honolulu, January to, 1991
Uy the Court.
J. A. THOMPSON.
DAVIS ft C.rAR. (Jerk,
Attornes tor the Executir.
itu-Jan 11 ty n 1
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure. IN ACCORDANCE with the provl
slons of a certain mortem made bv Julia
Kaume.il.ini v)anj Lukela Kaalmanu, of
ninaluii, Koolauloa, Uahu, to W. K.
Castle, Trustee of Honolulu, Oahu, JaicJ
February tg 181)7. recorJeJ liber 174, pane
jSo, notice Is heri'bv given that the mort
gagee IntenJs to foreclose the saiie for
condition broken, t0' it : non-payment of
Interest when due. Notice Is likewise eivrn
that after the expiration 0' three weeks
from the date of this notice, the property
comeyed by said inortRJKe will be adver
tised for sale nt pu MIc auction at the auc
tion rooms of Jas. H. MorRin, In Honolulu,
on Saturday, the Qth div of February,
1001, at 12 o'clock noon of said div.
Furthe- p.irtUulais can be hid of P. L.
Dated Hon lulu, J.muarv 11. tool.
W. H. UAi'TLE, Trustee,
The premises covered b siid mortRiKe
consist of : (1) L.C.A., 4)55 to Kawal at
WaUino, Koolauloa. O1I111, 44-100 acre;
(j)L.CA , 27 R P., 3M2 to Namolula
at Walalee. Konhiiloa, if-too are ; ())
L.C.A., )HoS to Lalpo at P.iunulu, Koo
lauloa, 75-100 acre ; (41 L.C.A.. )8So to
Pukaloheau at said Paum ilu, is toaacre;
f?) L.C.A., 43&J to Kaihamo at said
Paumilu. 2 6-io.icres ; (fi) L C.A , 4)81
to Kalnlku at said Paumilu 67-100 acre ;
(7) L C.A., 4147 t" KuaKva at slid Wal
ono, 1 44-100 acres; 18) R.P , 6705 1..C.A.
;cS to Klam.iiia at Puniluu, 5 ac e ; (0)
Jlouielot coneed to Lukela AtortRJEor
by deed of Keau I, his mother recorded In
litr 122, page 15" i (10) I. C.A , 44J7 to
Kalwl at Puheemikl, Koolauloa, )h acre;
(ll)L.C.A., J724to Matahl at said Pu
heemlkl, u-ioo.urei (12) R.P., 1051 (Gr)
to Kaaimalu et al at said Puheemikl, 45
18-100 ares j (13) L.C.A., 4172 to Kalui
ahl at said Walono. 2 20-100 jcres , (14)
L.C.A , 4152 to Koa at said Walono, 67
icoacresi (15) 1-.C A., 3S78, R.P. 715'; to
Puimaiw.11 at s.alj Walono, 2 5S-100
acres; (161 I..C.A., 3717 R.P., 6578 to
Mnifle at sild Walono, 3 61-100 acres ;
(17) I..C A., 5241 R. P.. 4850 to Kaik ilna
at said Walono 1 10-100 acres; u8t I ,C.
A., 4)53 R.P.. 30:2 to Kauil it aid Wal
ono. 2 71-100 .ures, 3apmis; lol L-C.A.,
$661 land at Kaaleo, 701 3 anaua.
All shooting on the I inds of "MOANA
Ll'A" Is strktly prohibited.
I747!?t S. 1. DAMON.
I hereby give notice that YoUNO CHOCK
HIS has my full poue- of Attorney dutlng
mv absence from Hawaii,
1747-tt YOUNG CHEE.
There will re a srectal meeting of the
stockholders of THE WA1HINC.TON MEK
CANTILI CO., LTD., at the ofli'es of the
Company, corner Fort and Queen streets,
Saturdiy, January sGth, tool, at 4 p.m.
GEORGE b. MORGAN,
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the PACIFIC CiUANO & TLHTILIZI R
CO. will be held at the office if Mrsrs. H.
Hacktield St Co., Ltd , on Monday, Jan
uary 28th, at 11 a. m.
H. A. ISENBERG,
1 7472t ?ilty
Oaliu Lodge No. I, K. of P.
There will te a Special Meellng of tl e
tbove named lodge THIS (FRIDAY)
kVbNIiNXi at 7:30.
WORK IN Till 2ND RANK.
Members of Mvstlc No. 2 and all sujjurti
Ing Brothers are Im Ited.
Hy order of the C, C.
1 747-t t K. of P. Sec.
Election of Officers.
THE POR TUGESE MUTUAL BENE-
fit Society of Hawaii at Its legular annuil
meeting, held at Honolulu on January 1 3th
1001, elected as Its officers for the current
vear the following gentlemen :
V. O. Telxelrn, President
Joao d' Abrew, Jr., Vice-president
M. J. R. SUva Secretary
A. G. Sllv.i, Treasurer
Hoird of Directors: Jose Paulo Dias,
Thoma Cirrallio, St., F. G. Jardun, Abel
S. Nasclmento and T. Carvalho, Jr.
Hoird of Auditors: Joao J. Harboza.
J de Mtdeltos, C. A Vlelra, J. C. Quin
tal and A. R. Sllva.
M J. R. SILVA,
1 74 7-1 w Secretary.
In pursuance of an execution Issued out
of the Secord District Court of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 16th day of January. A. D., loot, In
re matter of Ant-nio de Costa vs. W. C.
CummlnRS, I have levied upon the per
sonal property of said defendint, W. C.
Cummlncs. on this 2alh dav of Januarv.
A.D.. 1901, and shall expose said property
for ale at public auction, to the highest
bidder, at the Police Station. Kal.ikaua
Hale, In Honolulu aforesaid, at 12 o'clock
noon of the 26th dav of Februatv. A. U..
1001, unless ine jujcmeni, amounting to
three hundred and nineteen 4-100 dollars,
uueresi, costs, and my expenses are pre
viously paid; said property levied upon
13 Pairs Hames,
5 Saddles with fixtures,
3 Headstalls with reins,
7 Dump Catts.
1 Gof.se-neck Dump Cart,
1 Sand Sieve,
1 Long Drill.
I Long Scoop,
42 Sh Weights,
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. 1747-Jan i;,2,o,,i7,2S
TUB TAHITIAN FIREWALKI.R,
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 26,
At 8 o'clock, on the groun Js mikal of
Kaumakaplll, Ueretanla St.
G1.NERAL AD.MISSION,. . . . ll.OO.
Tickets at the Wall, Nlckuls Co.. and also
on the grounds on day of exhibition,
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Jlonjlulu. You
can bay an arllitk modern l. room
house, first-dais plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for Sjooo.oo, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO per month.
If this does'ut beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E. Moore,
Room 6, Magoon Hlock,
1740-im .Merch int and Alakea Sts.
Kilolmnn Art League.
The I.lterni.v Circle of the Kllohana
it League will hold Its third enter
tainment on Satin day, January 20t!i, nt
3 o'clock p. 111. In tho I.e.iguo 100ms.
The sulijeot of the afternoon will bo
"Sidney lainler " Mrs. Pi ear will speak
of his life and vvoil:.
Miss Caroline Castle will lender on
piano and violin Beethoven's Adelaide.
Mr Isaac Dltllughnm will Blng Sidney
Lanier's "Ballads of Trees nnd the
Master." set to music hy Francis I'r
han Mr Walter Dillingham will sing
Sidney Lanier's "The Stlnup Cup"
bet to music by Mary Dillingham Frear
TO CUHE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Tako Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. I'. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box 25 cents.
Fine Job Printing at
Weather tltirenu, I'nnnhoit Jnnuarj
2"i - Temperature Morning minimum,
G4. MliMny inn i mum. SO.
Uarometer nt 9 n. in. 30 13 Tailing
Hnliifnll 0 17.
Dew Point 04 P.
HumlillO at 3 n m fi8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Jan-1
tiary 23. Weather clear; wind light H,
Thunday, January 24.
Stmr Nlihau, Thompon, from Kauai;
6600 sks sugar, C Brewer Jfe Co, W G
Irwin & Co.
Friday, January 2j.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Kau
ai ports; 4001 bags sugar.
O & O S S Doric, from the Oriental
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Maul
and Hawaii ports; 306 bags sugar, W G
Irwin & Co; 386 bigs coffee, 115 bdls
bananas, 25 kegs butter, 2 bdls hides, 7
pigs, 421 pkgs sundries.
Thursday, January 24.
U S A T Warren, Frazler, for Sm Fran
cisco. Stmr Mlkahala, Pederson, for Makaw ell
TO SAIL, THIS AFTEKNOON.
StmrlleleneonarrlV'l of steamer Zea
landh from ban Francisco for Paauhiu
Knkaliu, Ookala, Liupahoehoe and Pa
paloa. Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kami
ports, freight 111J pisengers at 5 p m
U b I Grant, Drug erle, commissary
casuals and cabin passergers fur Alanl'.i.
K S S Albion, ErlcKson, for San Fran
cisco. PASSENOEItS AnilIVED.
From Kauai, per stmr Nlihau, Jan 24
From San Francisco, per U ST Grant,
J111 24 S P Bahrenberg and wife, CF
Lehners and wife, (1 H Whitney and
wife, U DCIagett, W II Moer and 62
through passengers for .Manila.
From Kauai ports, pr stmr W G Hall.
Jan 25 -Mr D P Lawrence, D Ah Fong
anJ 3 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Mauna Loa, Jan 25 Mrs H Hettleinan,
Mrs Geo Dawson, Miss J. Ackerman,
Miss A Muriutt. Mrs M Jansen, Kala Ma
kena, H A.artlu, H Andrews, b Anderson,
Mrs Coleman, K Kaupika, Mrs Kamaka
ni. Miss S Hall, J Kane and wife, J M
Vivas, Dr Rowett and 72 deck.
TO HONOR BURNS' MEMORY
The Soots of the city arc counting on
n Jolly good time nt tlii'lr smoker In
YV'.iverley hull this evening In ci-lclirn-Hon
of the aniilvvrbniy of the birth of
Hubert Hums. All ilrraiificinciita have
been made 11 ml the only thins remain
ing now Is to light pipes, till mugs and
Join In the clioius "wl' n' tlielr nileht "
TI10 festivities will begin nt 8 o'clock
Tlio follow Ing program has bun nr
rangeil. Introductury remarks Chief N. Kay
"The rank Is hut the gulenn-ilami.
Tlio man's the gowd for n' that."
The Immortal Memory of Uurns..
"We'll a' lie prod o' ltolilti."
Song "There Was n I.ad Was Horn
In Kvlo" 1). 11. Macrae
Song "The March of tho Cameron
Men" J. It. Parker
Instrumental Music Mr. Norton
Tho President of tho United Stntes
E. P. Dole
Song "Gno Bring to Me a Pint o'
Wlno" C. N. Prouty
Itecltntlon C. II. Harper
II. B. M. Queen Victoria
Mr. W. It. Hoare
Song W. h. Stanley
Song Chief N. Kay
Song W. Thompson
Tho Land o' Burns It. C.itton
"Scotia, my dear, my native soil."
Song "Scotland Yet"
Chieftain J. C. Brown
Itecltntlon "Tarn O'Shanter
"The nlcht ilrnve on wl' gangs nnd
Instrumental Music J. II. Parker
Song "Oow fin' " .... I). W. Anderson
The Land Wo Live In .... W. White
"The palm treo waved high."
Song Mr. Torrest
Thompson, Coney and I)r. Howard
Song Alex. Morrison
The Bar W. L. Stanley
Song J. I.. Cockburn
Song "Mary" J. O. Dionn
Song T. Murray
Our Past Chiefs 0. L. Dall
"My loved, my honoured, rauch-re-
Jho Pi ess Visiting Pressmen
"A ihlel's nmnng yc tnkln' notes
An' faith he'll prent It."
"What signifies the life o man
An' 'twernn for tho lassies O!"
J. II. Mackenzie
Song "My I.ovo Is Like a Ited, Bed
Rose" V. Goudle
Song "Anli! Lang Syne Messrs. Kay,
Brown, Dall, It. Anderson urn! O. N.
Anderson will each sing n veibo of
Dlunionil Mend AhIccp.
The steamship Doric of 'the O. & O.
Co.'h line was Blghted off the haibor
tlurlijg the noon hour.
It Is a fact u oi thy of note that the
lookout at Diamond Head did not re
port the Doric until long after he v.u
seen hy people on the Wilder vvhiuf,
who called up tho eleitrle light vvoiko.
when they blew the accustomed tin oe
vvhlstle8 when ocean steameis arc
THE ODD FELLOWS ESTATE
Harmon) Lodge I. O. 0. T.. has
ntmnloneil the nLnltl.itlmiH fur f.ponrlni!'
a forty-year lease of the former Hawa
iian lintel Stables lot, lllcharihj nnd
Hotel burets, to liull.l theieon a tem
ple ObMncles luteivined which pre
vented the deal.
rino Job Printing nt
,AJt i tktt tfiiumn til hi intnttS a
t (imtt a itnt out intitticKt J etnti tw
irttthtmt w mfi ont wet, 40 ttntt two ttttAi
iJ M tent Off! montb 711 11 tht tbuNlt Jvrt
(Miitf tf f offtrtJ tbt ptoplt cf HenoluiU,
CTENMiRAPHER Willi SIMHE TIME Dl'KINO
buslPf.K Imu Jr.lr.s to Ittrnj to twth.
frm cnrresprnJin.e t hi T'f mtnth AJirf. K
II llullrlln office JTll-tl
BARr,AIN; IN JEWUKY-voj can trt tnm .1
At F LI CAS, Kt Holtl St. Fm Lnzt.vlnj
.ni .nmr.Hng done tttt
OTICf TO Itt'lLnCR-Tht Union Exf" Co
lai win i r ftrLJfVJK lb m it
OfflCE Cltrlf. 1r.rlters, Luna ani Plin'.Atlun
WANTED-n aolitiM In th ntfice rl latcc refill
tore. (,ooi ri rir 4 lun JvkrltlnG- exrtflenca
(If any) and lalary required to
iMT-i" Invoke " BULLETIN " Office
WANTED POSITION TOR COOII RFI IABLE
IANTEO Boy ot to years al trrand boy and
v light mrthanlcle helptr. AJdrefs .Mechanic
" UltLLETIN Office u.G-iw
FEMALE Help any nationality. White llt'r ' rc
CAITIirt'L JAPANESE, undentindi English,
I want poltlon as tuna or talesman In s'ore Ad
dress Yasu Bulletin office it,,-iw
W ANTE J by first-class bookke re'. rosltion
at about $10) per month Uist of retertnets
Apply this office mo-tw
WANTED-A ttrst-class Wood Turner. App y lo
I'arlneMllir o S'atea near Qu en St m t
VOl'N'tl MV. stenotrarli.r anl trellter, at
once. Address A N llulletln Office.
WANTIDWATCIIESto repair by ee'er tf h
years experience Just received afinelnecf
noseltVs O niFTZ at. Nwi-nu St tTo8-tl
ANtn-r-',tAviti and enameling
VI F I TCA. MS Hotel St iM.
THfc l)WL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
fitnous Ham and Egg Sandwiches nd Coffe Cor
Nuu.nu and II V.' streets. W.M LUCAS, Proprietor.
ID PAPERS lO EXCIHNCE tor clean Cot
ton Ra?s Appplv at Hulletln Office tsN)-tf
FOR RENTA roo-n'nc home centrallv located it
roons furn'shed or tnfurnshed Lnqulre at
office ol gaplolani Fs'flte is.T-tt
pOR RENT Nel furnished rooms en Tort St
1 opposite Star Block is.-iw
FOR RFNT A colMi-e t!ai. corner Kawslahao
and Coot streets. Arrtvlloron Bishop Bank
Hot shS TO LET aid Furnl tire for sale In all
parts of the c ty ATKINSON, A acoon Bid .
NEWLY r 'RNISHED ROOMS vsltts cool board
Ihome cooking) Csll a tornrrof Wilder ave
nue and Mak kl St Terms reaonab t I'lt-iw
TO LET t eslrable bouse of e rooms, bit'i. ceod
locathn, lust finished Rent S it Jfl monthly
prlr(iLARLANS(i& CO.JuJl Bjlldlng.
PR B EN T Cottace and furnished house keeping
rooms Cottate (jrtve King St
ujr-tt rLE KINO
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
b.ard Young S near Pllkot. itlfi-nso
OL'E TO RENT on the corner of Maklkland
VV lller a.nues arplv on premises tsaS'im
TO RENT rurnlshed room GardenLine fcnljlrc
of Mrs .McConnel. off Union street, No 9(ardn
FOR SALE A large urmlght Wm. Kn.be Phno
cheap, good a new. Can be seen at Mrs.
Wheelers, jr. Vineyard St Jt-tf
FOR SALE Tine fur-ltute of s room cottage A
bargain C rrrlete Can rent cottage Best
location Address ILMtuI: llul'etlnofnce. .6-tw
FOR SALE-Cholce Trull Trees from riotlda. con
sisting of Pesches, Pears. Plums, Apricots,
Apples Japanese Persimmons ,Mu berries, Ftc. of
kinds gon bv Horlla growers and most I kely to
fruit In this climate Address Bvron O. Clark, man
ager Clark Farm. Wablavta, Oahu. ,s.6.w
FOR SALE ClirAP One square plann In good
orderjit the office ol DR J.M.WHITNEY, s.-tl
FOR SALE-Florlda Peach Trees anl Cocol Wed
dellana. Apply S W. JORDAN
f ea.-tl telortSt
0-S YEAR LEA'E-Chlnaton. rental only io a
U monta I' H Burnette. to King Si.
HOUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalul.nl Tract, only
$i,ioo. P H Burnette, )a King St
LOTS- Kaplotanl, on easy terms. P. II. Btirrette.
,9 King St
HOUSE AND LOT-Puunul. very cheap P. II
Burnette. va King St.
OUisE AND LOT-Atlum oaJ.ntr King. P
n. mirnein? qnvingni
FOR SALE-Ont tach a4 anl 6 horse rower
M1ETZ & UtlS kEPOfcNE OIL ISGIMS, (new)
Inquire of J Emmeluth. hi King St. i7)i-tf
FOR SALE A fw Imrorlti milch Cow Aptly to
J M VIVAS. ij8i
FOR SALE Cheap, t family mare, harness and an
oren bueey. Applv in
to6 Merchant Si
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
I centrally located Lodging House and cMtage.
Business Profem In heart of city residence rrorerty,
HENRY WATEHHOUSE & CO i6otf
FOR SALE OR RE. NT-A j acre Lnt In Nuuanu
VaUev. with Urte House and Several Cottaces.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO i6qj.f
THE tt cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to t had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next toOr
phum All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty
0R SALE $oo. Futnltureof groomed cottage
1 near town, with privilege of renting cnttage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
nt Merchant St.
PR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Qutrn s reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 eart to run,
Splendid WarehotJM Location.
Apply to ILtlAM SAVIDGE. & CO..
o6 Merchant street
Tenders For Photographic Work
Honolulu, January 24th, 1901,
TenJers will te received at the office of
the BoarJ of Health until 12 o'c ock noon,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY joth, loot,
for Joins Photographic Work, for the pe
rloJ of eleven months ending December
31st, iqai. Speclficulons will be seen at
the office of the Board of Health.
1 he BoarJ of Health Is not bound to
accept the lowest or any bid.
B v order of the Board of Health.
Leper Settlement Notice.
Olfue of the Board of Health, 1
Honol lu, Jan. 24, igoi. j
No person shall enter the limits of the
LEPER SETTLEMENT upon the Island
of Molokal, ecpt upon written permis
sion from the Board of Health as provided
for by resolution of Jan. 2), tijot.
By order of the BoarJ cf Health.
School street bridge between Nuuanu
and Lllilia streets will be closed to traffic
on account of Its dangerous conJItlon.
By orJer of the
If the 10 U au thins wrong with jour
Kodak or rninein, take It around to tho
u-p.tlr 8hoia of tho HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO.. they will make Is
new for j 011.
I To the Public &
Mess's. E. O. Hall Si Son l.'m'ted.are now the recogolz'J
1 Agents for CLBVBLAND BICVCLLS for the Hawaiian Islands,
4- the recent arrangements of ou Air, K. C. Lennle having been ap-
j proved of by the undersigned. Yours truly,
I AMERICAN BIOYCLE CO.,
Y SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH
X Cleveland Sales Depapment
t By G. A. Mcrril,
Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we received auothet shipment of...
anJ can Satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
lhe Cleveland Is...
- A GOOD BICYCLE
CALL AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON 2nd FLOOR OF NEW STORE !
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
i Hall Building, Corner
- H' - M - - l - - - l' - - HM -
Jas. F. Morgan
ll 05 Queen Street
Saturday January 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the KINAU WHARF of the WILDER
S. S. CO., I will sell at Public Auction
for account of vv horn It may concern
One Boat, e. Stmr. 'Kilauea Hou'
One Foresail, "
Jas. F. Morgan,
. ..OF ...
Saturday, January 26,
AT i O'CLOCK NOON,
At my sa'esroom, 65 Queen Street, I
wll' sell at public auction. TINE BUILDING
LOTS ON HfcRETAMA iTkUUT, facing the
There are two tine lots on Beretanla St.,
55 and 50 feet frontage, and 107 feet deep.
Eight other lots face on Young and
King streets, and on a new street running
from Beretan a street to King stre.t.
TERM;., ONE-THIRD CASH. Bal
ance In six, twelve and eighteen months
at 8 per cent Interest.
Plans of the property at niy salesroom,
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR 1901 !
fhe 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 200
ft. House contains six rooms,
l.tnai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor 'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 6j ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellentneighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf ' Pensacola Street.
Fort and King Streets.
'H'4 - - - M - t -
Constantly on Hand. "
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER Sj LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
the Coast. Nothlne better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FKH fvilmnn. iT.illti.it Tpaii. G(n..Mn
Sole, Smelt. Shid. Carp, Rock'Cod, Sea
oass, v-rauiisii, scraps, etc.
POULTRY AND G A.UE Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens. Quail. Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
curtL'rrs mcitc u. n-..- e
f.wi.-i' ..,..n,o llano, DUllX!, aUUS
ageS, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
niiTTPp Pitct ru.... di,i,i... ri....
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS-Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hirdly a thlnE that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Levvers, Charles M.
Cooke and F. J, Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS st COOKE,
Is this day 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 by the corporation, and all
amount due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks are extended to those who
have given patronage to the tirm
which Is now dl solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWERS & COOKE.
LEVVERS COOKE, Llmllej
PrtslJ.nl R.J LouBfV
Vke-l'rtsUent, . W.W. IIapws
S.c'y anJ Treas .... W. A H spurs
Auditor C. II CnnKp
Director RontBT Lew ebs T
Director Chas. M. Cooke Q
Honolulu Dec. 11. iwoo
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
HUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE ', . IT WILL PAY YOU TO
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LLDbRER,
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