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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1901.
VESSEL FOUND TO BE I
VERY KOTTEN INDEED
Shipping Men Believe She is Worth
Saving Episode of an Ed
Tor nbout nn hour srstenlsiy nftor
noon the d imaged rohoonir Twlllsht
was on the mnilne rnllsn for nn exa
mination b the board of siirseorB n
jiolnted by the underwriters
An examination of her hull In the
dock showed thit time and battcrlns by
the ssnscs had worked on her n great
deal. Her keel for almost the entire
length was rotten and honej combed
In one large hole which went through
the keel n cry large eel had made his
home It was seen and dingged forth
b a Jainneso workman who carried
It off as a nrlze.
The rudder of the Twilight Is n com
pleto wreck, lmlng roods cd the same
treatment from the worms ns the keel
In seier.il places there are holes near
the rudder post entlrelj through the
In the port bows below the wntir line
a holo about three Indus In dlannter
was found. It went through to the
timbers and this Is thought to bo the
rrlmlpal leak It wn plugged and
All the butts of the Twilight h.iso
started and the oikum In her seams Is
soft In many places, cry soft. In
other places. It Is hanging out.
What the sureors will determine
to hao done with the llttlo scssel
Is not ct known but It Is the opinion
of tho shipping men who saw her jes
terday that she Is worth repairing nnd
further thnt tho surNojors'-wlll order
Fine Job Printing at
A meeting of the committee hiving
charge of affairs connecteJ with the MAHDI
GKASBALL, will meet at Dr. StoKcetts'
.office on Thursday morning at o-45. 50 2t
At a meetlne 3t the COYNh Ml BITES
FURMTURC CO., LTD , heU this day, the
follolnK officers ss ere elected for one yeai:
A. Covne. . . ,Presldent and JAanaRer
J. H. Fisher Vlre-presldent
W. J. White Secandfreis rer
J. A. Maeoon AuJItor
C. J. Hutchlns Dlrec'or
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby clven to ill creJIUfT hivlne
cttlms iitalnst th rstat of Ye Chew Fan, lat of
Honolulu, deCeatcJ, to present the same July authrn
tlcat J in4 with prorf vouchers at the office of the
aJmlnlMrainr Lhew Man Numbtr iiso Nuuanu St ,
Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii, within sU months
from 4at or they w III p forever barred.
Administrator of the estate of Yrt Chew Fan
Dated January to lyi. iTjo5tJan to n tq 16
PACIFIC CARRIrVGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
ALL ORDLRS BY TI"LfcPHONE
PROMPTLY ATTLNDED TO.
Calabashes turnul from Koa and
other natiVL- svoods.
First class Work,
448 N. KING ST.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following Hack StanJs have been set
apart for licensed canlages, vU :
i. Ewa side Alekea street, below lear
entrance to Electric Light Works.
2. Maukaslde Haltkausslla street, be
in ten Alakea and Richard streets.
3. Punchbowl street. Walklkl side, ma
kal of entrance to Kawalnhio church.
4. Union street, hssaslJe, above Hotel
J. A. MCCANDLEsS,
Sjipt. of I'ubllc Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, January :8, itjsi. I75-Jt
.Aifc.t if hm lAlMi unii JtetoHtk
Paul Egry Objects
To Advertiser Story
l'nul Er theslollnls' liter much
put out oi er the publication In this
.miming s Adiertlser of nn Inters low
whlih Is purported to haie come from
him. To n flulletln reporter he sail-
A reporter for the Adiertlser did
tall on mp but he simply turned every
thing I said In another direction Thli
can be explained by the following re
mark which the reporter made to me
'Well Egry we will Just get nfter then
Honolulu people and roast them ' "
"There was absolutely no Intention
on my part to roist the Honolulu peo
ple On the contrary, I want to thank
them for all the hnse done for me nnd
hope that they will not be prejudiced
against me 1 the false Inters lew the
"I haie never In all :ny life I)cn
treated so well ns In Honolulu As for
the remark deprecating the elucntlon
of the people of Honolulu. I deny this
nlso. There Is no need for me to offer
comment on this. If they lo not wish
to attend entertainments wheio good
music Is furnished, that l none of
my business. 1 did say I looked for a
Letter nttendnnce than was present at
my second recital.
"I neier mentioned socleti nr soolet
ladles I did not conio tide to raie
roses strewn In in p.it'iwnv I enme
here to woik and haie done r . 1 Hie
for study nnd nn Impioieine t of ni
work on the ilolln
"The remark about my st'-l.lng the
thing out was nlso ha' lid up by the
reporter. There Is nothing to stick out
I am Kolng to the Coist to '..'tie tip
some finills nffnlrs and my Intention Is
to return ns soon ns poMdulo I ham
made all arrangements fa- my classic
during m nlxence.
"My whole tnlk with the reporter
wns to the effect thnt M-e business men
of tho clt should keep slxipcn good
muslclnns'nt $20 a week to furnish 11."
people of Honolulu with high class
music I think thnt th's could bo done
without any loss to tho men putting up
the monej In tho beginning."
Has Not Resigned
Or rtnmond has not resigned the
presldenc of the Honrd of Health
Iheie will be no meeting of the lioird
toda to elect his successor, cither tcm
porar or permanent.
The people on the pi roll In the de
partment of the Hoard of Health it 111
wait foi their January pay until Ui
mond returns from Maul, where he has
Iiem on business for two or three
wicks. He Is expected home next Sun
day. Hoard of Health emploies will
rot wait more than four or file das for
Articles of Incorporation svero filed
this mornlne by the Halal Hill Uiml
Compaio. I.til. The purpoeo for sihlch
the organization is as made Is to engage
In the ranching business. The capital
stock Is $s2.000 with optional Increase
to $500,000. The term of jcars Is fifty,
The Incorpouitors nnil shareholders
nre Henrs M. Lsman, Danltl B Lyman
nnil Francis O. Ljman (nos reslillng
In Chicago, Frederick S. Ljman, Ilnfus
A. I.jmnn, l.eil C. Ionian nnd Henry
J. I.j man, of Hllo and nmma I. ssll
co of Llhue. The olllccrs nre as fol
low s. Itiifns A. Lyman, president; Hen
ry A. Ljman. sice president, Frederick
S. Ljman. sicretary and treasurer.
Kenuhou Return. ';
After one of the roughest antl moat
eicntful ttlps since she isas lnuniheil
the Intcr-Islnnrt steamer Kenuhou nr
rlsed this morning from Hamnkua
with a full loatl of sugar conslgni'il
to V. A. Schntfcr & Co. Lenilns lirm
or the 16th Inst, with l'orto liani'. the
little iibsil sins compelled to return
on n count of the trouble rnlseil hv the
henil man of the Immigrants. Prom
her seconil start after the trouhln si as
begun, until leasing Hnisall yesterday
morning, the roughest kind of sieathor
sins experienced and the tsielsc diss
she sins nisny from Honolulu ssero full
ot excitement for her officers and crosv.
Most of the time she lias niinj she lay
nt Walplo Gulch, iieatherbound.
Wuntcd Their Opium Outfits.
A. O. 51 Robertson, attorney for tho
three Chlnnnlen upon ss'Jioso cases
nits foundul the recent decision of
.liirlirii Humiihress. dealing silth the
constitutionality of the opium law
rnlletl nt the nollce Btntlou this morn
lng to make n demand for tho smoking
munis of his clients. Thei ssero pass
.,1 mer nt the ordei of Deputj Sheriff
Mr. ChlllliiKiiorth reports that, since
the tlnee cases lefcrred to ssero tried
In the Police Court, there si ere nliout
glMj other uses All tho Chinamen
concerned will undoubted!) call nt tho
police station for their outfits now thnt
Mr llolieitbtm's clients hnso recelsed
Suit Aflilnt Mnklnney.
Illshop & Co , bankers, base Institut
ed suit ngalust K W. Mnklnney for tho
recosciy of the sum of $17.1 GS n lth In
terest at the inte of 9 per cent from Oc
tober : to December 31, 1900 It Is
alleged that the defendant borrowed
this amount fiom the plaintiffs on tho
former date nnd thnt, nlthough pay
ment has been demanded, he has re
fused to pay cien any part of the sum
Miirch Theuter Scntton.
The pioprletors of the Hawaiian
Opein Iloiifce state that the theater
has been rented, for a. three weeks' so.i
bon beginning .March 5th, to tho l.onlo
.MoiilHon-riomico Roberts Dramatic
Couipan) which Is now ploying at tho
Alcazar Theater. San I'taiiclsco 'I ho
adianco agent will anise heie on the
9th of Fcbruni) pel .Mariposa
Tine Job Printing at
Weather Iliircau. I'unahou, January
2'J. Tempi rntiire Morning minimum
03, Midday maximum, "9.
Uaromcter at 9 a. m. 29 9S Stead.
Italnfall 0 00.
Humiillt at 9 a in CS per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, (mi
liary 29. Weather clear, wind NIJ
Mondiy, Januiry 28
Slmr. Noeau. Ms man. from Kau.il: 1240
sicks sugir for W. G. Irwin iV Co.
Stmr. Lehut, Bennett, from Molokil
with 1728 sicks of sugar for W. G, liwln
Am. ch William Olesen, Hutn-an, 22
da from Grass' Harbor, with lumber
for Allen & Robinson.
Tuesday, January 29
A-II Stmr Ca'lfornhn. Morrison, o'S
days from San Francisco, mdse to H Hack
(eld & Co. ,
Stmr Kiual, Hnihn, frvm Kauai.
Stmr Keauhou, Oleson, from llama
kua 3840 sks sugar.
Sell Alice Kimball, , from Kauna-
kakal with sugar.
Bet W G Irwin. Genereaux, 19 days
from San Francl'co.
Mondiy Jin. 28
Stmr Mikahah, Peder'on, for au.l,
John S Klmbill, I his Ing, tor mil Pnn
Cisco via Knhulut.
Stmr Noeau, Wi-min for Kami
itm Nlih-u, Thompion, fo Kauai,
lu iJav. Jinn v 27.
Stmr Upolu, Daliun for Haw.i I ports.
Stmr. Mauna Loj, blmerson, for ftlaul
ai d Hawaii.
itmr. KImtj, Freeman, for Hllo and
Sch'. Ka Mol, HIpi, for Eleele.
UkEduarJ May, Hans in, (or Kahulul
to load sugar.
For Maul and Hiss.ill port., per Stmr.
Wiuna Loa, Jan. 29. H C Schundt, H F
Cameron, -Mary b Frenm, M F Chip
man. Julia Joi Mrs. Tarbell. Mlssbllsa,
Res. S Deshi, F B Langstroth. Mis C
Muls Inev. J Uavle. M s Llz e Rav
Thomas White, Mrs Robinson, Miss
Robinson, Geo. McUougal, J P humburg.
Kor Hllo nnd way ports, ,wr stmr
Klnnu. Jan. 29 J M. Bright. Mis. E K
Norton. lies'. E. W. I'll sln, i Di-
mun. Miss M Logan, Miss M I. O
(lorten. Mrs. M. I) O'lin. S Now l In
A MacKlllop, T. Film, Wm Khpp
Mrs. Buchanan. T. O Nodoia O. Sro-
da. C. Stnckwald, A. J Canipb II. Chas.
Jenkins. E I Mnble. I)r. 11. I'cnku?,
C S Hollow ay, Ilev. E I sun Dcci
lln. John T. Baker. W O Walker. J
S. McCiindless, Ilev O H. Guilds and
wife. W Downer nnd wife. A II. sn 1
Tnssell, J. W Bates, Geo. J Mooie.
C I' He nolds, Captain Whltne. Paul
Clagctt. K. M. Swanzy. Carl Lehners
nnd wife the Mlscscs Ulcharilson, Miss
A. Winter. Mrs. S. W. Wnkclleld. Miss
For Maul ports, per stmr Clandlnc
Jan. 29, nt 5 p. m. Theo. Rleharils.
II. C. Oicntlen. C. W. Ualdiiln. Jas. T.
Taj lor. K. Ito, S. P. Sacks Miss Hart.
Mrs. Stockbrldge. Andrew Keam nnil
wife, Alex. Dowsett, Master Alau Alna,
Mrs. Kaaua, Miss II. Lokaha, Mls
Helen Noa, Mrs. J. Klukahl.
For Molokal. per stmr Lohnn, Jan.
29, at 5 p. m. Miss J. F. Hates, Miss
R. Shan, Miss Helen Kesike.
Alnrdl Grot Notcti.
Tho ladles In charge of the 5Iardl
Oras carnlial are working hai.l In ol
der that nothing shall be left undone
to make tho affair a success.
A prominent member of the smart
set Is basing made nt one of the tlrrss
making establishments of the clt). a
dress that is 111 cost in the neighbor
hood of $300. The lady In question sa)s
that the diess when completed will ho
a dream of loscllness.
The Hawaiian Electric Co, the Goi-
ernnunt Electric Works tne Ilergstiom
Music Co. tho Wall. N'lchoU Co. and
John l'lvcr is 111 all contribute, gratis.
The committees hni.ni the nlf.ilr In
charge will meet nt Dr. Slo tgelt's ollltc
on Thtusdn) morning nt 9 o clock
CHINESE A BANKRUPT.
In the Kedcrnl Court, the petition of
Pang Hoy In bankruptcy, was referred
to Frank 13. Thompson today and Tob
ruary 25 n as set ns the date of referee's
hearing. Tho absence of Judgo Ks
tce mado this course necessary.
Pang Hoy carried on n general re
tail business on Tort street under the
name of Snni Wo Hop Kee. He files a
schedule of liabilities amounting to $C
940.37. Against this, ho shows assets
of $0.4C8 80. oier half of sihlch are run
ning store accounts.
Another Surveyor Retilgnt.
S 51. Knnnknnul, third assistant sur
sc)or. hni resigned to accept a position
svlth Achl & Co. as sursc)oi and ns
Blstnnt manager. His lesignntlon takes
effect February 1. Ho has been In tho
surscy department for twclio years
and will lenso a record of faithful pub'
Rruihiirh from Nuuiinu.
Tho Comlssloner of ARileultmo nnd
roicstr) lecelsed this moinlng n lot
ot fine ihubaib islikh was gioisn nt
the homo of Mr. Hcnritpies In Nuu inu
s-alle), 1.00 feet nboso tide lcs-el. Ihn
product 'las fine nnd tender and Is n
practical Illustration of what can be
raised on Oahu.
LutcHt Siirinr Report.
New York, Jan 19 Sugar Haw,
easy; fair refining. J 13-lCc; centrifu
gal. 90 test, i 5-1fic; molasses sugir
3 9-lOc. Refined quiet, crushed, Co;
pondered, 5C0c; granulated, 5 50c.
Near the elevator entrance In the
Judd building tho MlmvlnL notlco Is
posted: "Please don't put tho bkjeles
near the elevator.'
Tho steamer Iwalam U lonkitl fui
on Thursday from Huuukiia
The ftrlcklayers and Mnsons Inter
national 1'nlon In sebslon at Milwaukee
has pissed n resolution calling on
unions to influence tlty councils
throughout tho counti) to do away
ii lth letting out repair work by con
tract. They will nsk tha cities to em
ploy men directly pet day.
AiV. ..oaa'iafrvLr. W,,..A kA
JZTJij (n tin tolumn ttiH t InurttJ
jysKHtit '"! ' '"' ""' '"". '( """ 'y
tumid! to ttntl em , 40 rtnlt two Mtkt
onj to ttntl cm mtml TWl it tbt ttnfnl ilw
Hunt ivtr ctrti Hi ptcfll t Honolulu.
M-I't ill. Noriil.s.
business horns Jelr to fttfenJ to arothe
ttmii rorfeponJntetii rrwisih AJJn?m K
II llullKIn oflitt , !')! "
BAHfiAlN"; IN JtS U (V-vt J n c tnfm l
M H LLCA;, toj Hotel St rine Cnctnn
ar.4 rniireltne done tWi
MOIICFTOHI linEltS The Union Er'" Co
IN hit WHITE SAND I OB SAU- UM
iiFitirrn Tn r.m t lo ja horse rcer boiler
" Afrl VINCbNrnJ nr.LM.K. 4-iw
OTFICE CItV 1vrettr, Lna nJ rununon
v-' Heir atki"ui
An Ltini In the office of ljr?e retail
tfffe l.oojarj rap a llnJrmnKexreriente
(II any) ani lalar, reiuireJ a
Ifjf.jt invoice .m i... . .
UANTrD POSITIONS POUUOOD RELIABLE
lANTED-rioy ot il year
VV ugh, mechanic) helptr
vears at erranJ Ntv an4
" itULLfciin umce
CEMAtE Heir any nationality. White Help a pe
r laity ATKINSON
CA1THFUL JAPANESE, unJentandj rntllsh,
1 wanti rolilon aslura or ralettnan in rore aj
drei N au Pullettn nthce
YOUMi MAN ttenorrapher an! t.rexrlter. at
once. AJJ'et "A N " llulletln Office
UANTED-WATCHCSto repair by le.eler cl
W year exrertenca JoM tecrU'J a fine I ne ef
noeltet fi HIE f Z n Niimnu St IT08-H
W i p LUCAS ol Hotel St
THF OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oyttrrt urveJ n the shell only Try his
famous Him and tR Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hste streets WM LUCAS. Proprietor.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHsNCE for clean Cot
ton Rags Arrply at Bulletin Office o-ll
FOR RENT Nely furnished rooms on Tort St
orposlte Star Block nt'-iw
FOR RENT A colage ixi, corner Kawalahao
nnd Coo streets. Aptly Ho hon. Bishop Bank.
HOVSES TO I ET and Furnl ure for sale In all
parts of the city ATKINSON, Majoon Bid
rwi V P tDMISHFn DOOMS lth co! board
.... . .- .. --. - n,,
Ihomecooklncl till a corner 01 ivtiaer ave
nue and Slik kl St Terms rea'onlb e lear-iw
m t PT;.ft,if. Itnut. wtl lurntihei rooms with
I b mrJ Youne S , ncir Pllkol ii6nno
nttF TO UFNT on the corner of MaklSI and
IV Iter Avenues Appivnn rremies iTts'im
TO REST Furnished room Garden Lane Fnqulre
.(Mr, Xl-rnnn.l. off Union street. No o Garden
COR SALE OR RENT The futnl lire ol a 6 room
r Hou-e, rented at In o per month Apply ol
IW ler rye Jenul Hotel ir ytf
A SPAN of Ihorouphr-red bay horses, 6 and years
vears old ai.! a hrst-cl.ss Studebaker surrey
and et of single and double harness App y to H
M Mott-Smltn room eoo. Judd Hulldlng IT49-1"
FR SALE AlarseupTljhtSVm Knibe Piano
iheap cood a new Cart t seen at Mrs
Wheelers, jr. Vineyard St )Wf
FOR SALE rinefufltu-eof room cottage A
bargain Comrlrte Can rent rnttaee Best
location. Address' ftRMTUkt llul etlnolnce .6-tw
COR SALE Choice Trull Trees Ir.im notlda. con
r slstlnc of Peaches, Wars Plums. Arrlcots
Apples Japanese Persimmons, Mu'berrles. btc . ot
kinds vrown bv FlorIJa prowers and mot I kelv to
fruit In this climate Address Bvron O Clatk. man
aper Clark Fatm SVablawa. Oahu tT46-.w
FOR SALE CHLAP-Ono squar. rlann In good
order at the office ot PR J.M WHITNEY. 14-lt
FOR SALE-Florlda Peach Trees an I Cocos Wed
dellana. Apply S V. JORDAN.
Itlflf to Fort St
OH YEAR LEAE Chinatown, rental only Ira a
SJ month I' H Rurrette w King St.
LIOUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, unly
It,. F. rt Humane. o King at
L- King St
on eaty terms P. H. Bamette,
HOU'E AND LOT-Puunul. very cheap P. II
Uurnelle. n King St.
HOUSr AND LOT-Aiytum Road, near King. P
II Uutnette y King hi
COR SALE-One eath aV(-4 and 6 horie power
MIETZ& WEISS KEROSENE OIL ENOINES. (ne)
IrqulreofJ E1ELUTH. lit King St tTli-tf
FOR SALE A few Imported milch cowi
J M VIVAS
FOR SALE Cheap, i family mare, harnetaanian
oren tuggy. Apply to
v WILLIAM SaVltGE
too Merchant St
FR SALE A large down town SS'arehouM A
centrally located Lodging llouae and cottage.
Dullness Property in heart of city residence prorarty.
HENRY WATEKHOUSE & CO iCovtl
FOR SALE OR RENT A ) acre Lot In Nuuanu
Vallev. with targe House and Several Cottages
HENRY WATERHOUSE 8i CO i6oj-tt
THE best t cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
rhum All kinds ot Manila cigars a specially
OR SALE fioo. Futnltureof sroomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO .
w6 Merchant St.
Leasehold on Queen s reef
i Works ti vears to run.
r near Honolulu Iron Works
Splendid Warehouse Location
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, St CO .
eo6 Merchant street.
" Name on Every Piece."
roii SAW BV
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
HART & CO,,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
rfttUt iJkV X M
1 FIRST TO ARRIVR !
I The "ZEALAND1A" brought us a shipment of
LADIES AND GENTS
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
n 05 Queen Btrest
THIS SPACE RESERVED
FOR 1901 !
Tlie 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 2CO
ft. House contains si rooms,
larui, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet Built entirely of
Nor'svest and almost nes'.
HOUSE LIKb I HE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITrtOUT HOUSES.
High ptround. Excellentneighbor.
hood. Near both nesv and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 .Merchant Street, or of
t740-tf Pensacola Street,
1 V.,. ,, V .All.'Jttfe teTtotoJl nJf. ., Vf,
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing txtter to be had. Wt
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut, Trout.Sturge on
Sole, Smelt. Shid. Cam. Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crass fish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh everv day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Alio Sweet Breid, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calses' Feet and
UUTTER. Eees. Cheese. Pickles. Chow.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
routees, union', saDD3ge. aiuii supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancv. lanre or small. In
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thing that vou could sslsh far
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Cartful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T DUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
AND SAVE IS".-: IT WILL PAY YOU'TO
" " BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BEKETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
I' O. BOX 535. S. W. LEDERER,