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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. THUnSDAY,
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JAN. 31, 1001.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following Hick Stands hive been set
apart for licensed cartliEes, viz :
1. Eua side Alekei street below l ear
entrance to EKtrlc Light Works.
2. MaukislJe Haltkauwlla street, be
tween Alakea anJ Richard streets.
3. Punihbow I street, Walkiki si Je, ma
kal of entrance to Kawainlno church.
4. Union street, Ewaslde.abose Hotel
J. A. MCCANDLESS,
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, January aS, lqot. i75-?t
Pound MaRter's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Imoounded In
the Government Pound at Maklki, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
Jan. 77, toot i brown stallon, brand In
dlscribab'e. w hlte spot on forrhea J, w 1th
halter, all feet blaj and sore on left hlnl
Jin. 27, toot -i red horse, brand "WonP
on right hind leg, white stripe on fore
head and ore on bick.
Jan. 2S, toot t red hoie. brand "2" on
right hind leg, white stripe on fnreheid,
right hind foot white, the rest bliikand
Jan. 28, 1001 1 red horse, bnnd "JOB"
on right hind leg. while spots on bick.
white spot on fnreheid, bliik left front
foot, the rest white anJ all shodded.
All owners of the iboe described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will sel
them at public auction on Saturdiv. Feb.
16, iqoi , at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
1751 it PounJnmter.
"Name on Ecry Piece."
ron salb nr
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALU HOURS.
ALL OKDLKS 11V TELEPHONE
rieOMPTLY ATTL.SDLD TO.
R. W. ATKINSON
2 OFFIC& ---5,
l'lirnlHlicil or Unfiii'iiiHlieiL
ROOM tt, MViOON BLD.,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water,
Pleino 'I tin or.
40 years practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Felice and Monument O., 179 to 180
St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Hj.jm Lincoln Flock
THIS PAPER aiSflffii'Viltf.
tislnjr tency 64 ani 5j, Mfnhant Fxctunce Stn
Francltcj, California, where contracts for aivettltlng
can te maJe tor 11.
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NEW BOAT HAD MAIL
SO MARU CAME SLOW
Rough Weather Does Some Damage
Aboard the Sonoma Second Cabin
and Purser's Room Flooded
Cnptnln l'llmcr of tho Hongkong
Mnru nnd olllcers melted n good deal
of "Joshing' jesterday on their nrrlnl
It was nil Ik cause the Sonoma had
beaten the Japanese boat to port after
having left San Francisco two hours
It was generally thought nmong the
friends of the Hongkong's otneers here
that the essel would beat the Sonoma
to port. This was the understanding
when the Hongkong left here Inst for
It seems, however, thnt. although the
Hongkong left San l'rnndsro before
the Sonoma, all the mnll was put on
the latter boat, fills being tin tale
there wns no lmemte foi Captain Kil
mer to hurry along.
1'roni doelt to dok. the Sonoma a
five divs nnd twentv -three hours and
the Hongkong 8 time was six davs nnd
lloth vessels oxperlenrrd veiv rough
weathei for the first thirty-six hours
after leaving port and considerable
dntnago wns done on the Sonoma Her
serond cabin wns flooded and some of
the ports In the first cabin on the star
board side wire smashed In. The pur
ser's room was Hooded and the dining
saloon In the second cabin wns nw ish
for a few minutes the second day nut
The Sonoma passed the Hongkong
Maru on Tuesday morning about 7
The Sonoma brought more passen
gers to this port than nnv regular
Kramer evti arriving from San Pran
clsco, Among her second cabin anil
steerage passengers were about twentv
mechanics who nre here looking for
The Hongkong brought four passen
gers for Honolulu who nre to lay over
to wait the arrival of the next China
About the Tvvlllrjlit.
The board of survevors appointed by
the underwriters to survey the schoon
er Twilight have not jet handed In
their report but have about decided
that In the condition the schooner Is at
nrescnt she should be condemned
Should her owners conclude to make
the repairs necessary to make her sea
worthy, she will be passed but other-
wlso the little vessel will remain hero
to be sold for what she will bring.
I It Is thought that the repairs neces
sary to be made to hei would cost
more than the Twilight Is worth 'ller
cargo of nearlj thiec hundred tons of
i copra Is stowed on the channel wharf
It Is worth In the neighborhood of
JSfiOO nnd came out of the vessel In
How WIiiiIcph CIciip.
San Francisco, Jan. 24. One of the first
whites to get away was the bark Gay
head. She w as tow ed to sei v esWdiy by
the tug Ridmond and from here will go to
the Southern Seas. Formerly a vessel
clearing on such an expedition would give
her destination as Guam lint was In
the days when Guam meant nowhere.
Now It is an IsianJ unuer me American
flig. and w halers clr for .1 cruise in the
Okhotsk Sea via Honolulu.
Alps. Lcnxe Hues for Divorce.
Wlililtn, Kim Jan. 21 Mary I
Lease tnili illoil milt for dlono from
Charles I. Lease In the Wstilct Court
of SiilRnlck county. Accomp.inliig
the jietltlon Is a wiler slgneil by .Mr
Lcaso slBiilfjIng his Intention of not
A short meeting ofthe Hnwnllnn He.
lief Society was held nt the home of
Mrs. S. C. Allen. Alakea striet, this
morning. It was decided to hae the
by-laws printed in pamphlet form
The remainder of tho meeting was fIV'
en up to routine business .
A salute of minute guns was fired at
the Naval Station beginning at noon to
day out of icspeet to the memory of
Hi Haiti's dead Queen.
There will be a moonlight concert
by the band In Thmnns Siptaro at tho
iisiinl time this eenlng
1'hgs of nil nntlmiH ate at half imst
tinlnj out of uvjput for llnglnud's late
Kinjr Bros, beg to announce
that they will not hold them
selves responsible for framing
and otlier orders not called for
within thirty days.
Parties interested are request
ed to call at once and arrange
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
120 Hotel St., Cor. Union.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The underslcned Imlnc been duVrr"lnled ad
mlnlsrator of lie estate of Atifrusti, C I'estana late
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, deceased notice Is
hereby given to all persons topes'ntth Ir claims
aealnsl the estate ol said Augustn C TeMana, de
ceased, duly authen Icated, whether secured by mort
eace or otherwise, to the undersized at his office,
on Queen street, Hon .lulu aluresald, within six
months from the date hereof or they III be forever
bared, and all persons Indebted to said estate are
he'eby requested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated Honolulu Janu.,yA!,oj,o.SALvLSi
Admlnlstra'or of the estate of Aujusto C I'estana
Weather Iliiro.iii. Pttnnhou. Jni'nry
31. -Temperature Morning minimum,
fit. Midday maximum, 75
Darnmeter at ! a m 29 92. Rte.nU.
llalnfall 0 01
Dew Point 021'.
Humlrilt.x nt 9 n m 77 per cnt
Diamond Head Signal Station .tin
nary 31. Weather elenr; wind calm
Wednesday. Januarv 10.
T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Fllmer, 6
days 7 hours from ban i ranclsco.
Am. bk Diamond Held, Petersen, 20
days from Sai Francisco.
Wednesday, January 30.
Stmr Kauai, Urulin.for Kauai.
From San Francisco, per bark Diamond,
Jan. 30. P. Mavrlce MacMahon, Geo. R.
Card and 2 Porto Rlcans.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K,
Hongkortg Maru, Jan. 30 Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Manlce, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor.
For the Colonies, per S. S. Sonoma.
Jan. 3t. J. J. Parmalee, E. Gregory and
wife, George Irsllle, Capt. B. T. Chap
man, Miss Posten.
For Sin Francisco, per O. S. S. Zeal
andh. Jan. 31 -H.,P Fave. Dr. Armlt
age,' Rev. B. Blhnn, Miss M. Oousitt, J.
E. Holland. N. h. Cramer. Mrs. V. I.
Hvde, Mfses I and fc. Tave, H. W.
liloon, J I Ul.rorn. h. J. Cotton, D.
L. HaJnn. S. E. Miy. Miss N. Hawiev,
1) C. Williams, Ge l'-vce. M. Ebert
II. Koehler. t- I. Hauglinnn, S. Herstr,
Mrs C. Mervv, Mr. and Mrs Kane, A.
W. Ncllsen, Paul Egrv, C H. Springer,
tr. and M s. Helneberg. Us. J. E. Mur
rhv, A. W. JudJ. Mr-.. R. I. Efford, W
I. Falkner, Alexander Sailer. Mist Jennie
Saylor, Mrs.H. M. Benson, B F. Dilllng
The steimer Hongkong Maru left for
the Orient at 10 o'ch ck this morning.
The Iwalanl Is expected from the Ha
mikua coist this afternoon.
The schooner Aloha silled from San
Francisco for this port on the 22.id. Inst.
The schooner Jimes H. Bruce sailed
from Newcastle for Lahalra January 2t.
1 ne Annie Johnson has arrived In San
Francisco after pissage of tGdayjfrom
The tug Fearless wis on the marine
railway yesterday being scraped and
The steamer Keaulnu left last evening
for Honokaa. Captains Mosher and Ole
sen went out In her.
The ship Florence will haul Into the
stream this afternoon. She will sail for
the Sound on Saturday.
The ships Standard, Jabez Howes and
JohnC. Potter, all fwm Honolulu, arrived
at Port Townsend January 20.
The steamer Alameda from Honolulu,
January to, arrived In Autkland on the
22nd Inst., by way of Pago Pago.
According to San Francisco exchanges,
the barkentlne W. H Dlmond on arrival
here, will be dtsnusted and converted into
a coal num.
At last accounts re-Insurance at the rate
of 1 5 per cent had been sold on the ship
(.harmer which arrived at Kihulul on
Saturday from Tacom 1.
The schooner Helen N. Kimball which
was supposed to h ive been lost, arrived In
Eureka on the 23rd from Apia. She is to
take a cargo of lumber to Hllo.
On account of southerly weather, the
barkentlne John Smith Jld not sill ves
terdiv. She will tike long tow this
afte noon and leave for the Sound.
After a pleasant voyage of twenty days,
the bark Diamond Head arrived yesterday
afternoon from San FrancKo. She brought
a large general cargo and a deckload of
Bark Olvinplc WlnH.
Once again the s.hooner Roimond was
second and the bark Olympic first In their
series of races bet teen the Islands and
San Francisco. Botr. vessels left here
w Ith full cargoes of ugar unDecemberiist
and within an hour of each other. The
Olympic made the run to San Francisco
In nineteen diys while the Rosamond was
twenty- ne diys on the t'ip.
Election oV O.iicers.
THE PORTUGESE MUTUAL BENE
fit Society of Hawaii at Its legul.ir annual
meeting, held at Honolulu on January 13th
got, electeJ as Its officers for the current
year the tollow lug gentlemen :
V. O. Telxelra, . President
J030 d' Abreu, Jr., Vice-president
At. J. R. Sllva Secretary
A.G. Sllva, Treasurer
BoarJ of Dliectors: Jose Paulo Dl is,
Thomaz Carvalho, Sr.,F. G. Jardlm, Abel
S. Nasclmento and 1. Carvalho, Jr.
Hoard of Auditors: J010 J. Barboza,
J de Altdelros, C. A. Vlelra, J. C. Quin
tal and A. R. Sllva.
At J. R. S1LVA,
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned annual AUetlnR of the
Shareholders of the PIONEhK MILL
CO., LTD., held this dav In the office of
Messrs. H. HackfelJ X Co., Ltd., at 10
a.m., the followine Olli.ers were elected
for the ensuing year:
Paul UenberE President
H. A. lsenbers. . ..vLe-Preiident
H Schultze I re iMirtrr
F. Klimp .. . Secretary
W. Pfotenlnuer Auditor
The above namd Oceis with the ex
ception of the Auditor, ind
F. W. Macfarlane,
J. A. McCmJIess,
constitute the Hoard of Ul-tLtors.
P Kl AMP.
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Honolulu, January 30th,
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the SocledaJe
I'. Je Santo Antonio Uenovehnce of Ha
waii held the 2nd of December, 1900, the
followine officers were duly elected for the
J r. Flgueredo President
F. Avelro vIce-Presldent
J. P. Rodrlgues Treasurer
M. T. Furtado Secretary
Antonio I. Sllva, Jr., M. A. Sllva,
S. U. Arruda. J. Correa,
J. J. Cirroca.
Al. r. FURTADO,
Honolulu, January 31, 1901. 1752-iw
Fine Job Printing at
lfcb if ttntt hut on 4 wttrtion, if ctntt tn
inittlmnt a ttntt cnt tvttk, 40 ttntt tint uttki
and to ttntt ont month lki it tbt tbeaftit aJvtt
Hunt ttr efftrtJ tbt ftcpl c Honolulu,
CITNf'CiRAPIIER WITH SPARE TIME DITRINO
O business hnun dMfres to uttenJ tn another
firm s correpnJfn e at ft frr minth AJJreis K
H .JJulletinufice JJItf
BARGAINS IN JEUEIW vcj can km them M
M h LlCAS, toj Hold St. Fine Lngrivlng
ana tnarrellng dune ,,-., v
OTtCE TO UUUnERS Th Union Exfrm Co
hat wni 1 b vriu i-uw alc H4l'f
WANTFD-A firt-rlt fritter
Uno. .Mwtninl St . nr Fart.
WANTED TO REN -House ol
(central) would buy furniture
WANTED Tn rent 11 11 .0 horse power toller,
Apply VINCbN T an! BELSEK. i(-l
OTflCE Clerka Tsrerlter, Luna an! Plantation
uant:d posit ossroR good reliable
" COACHMEN; AlKlwauw.
CEMALE Help any nationality, White Help a spec-
YOUNO MAN, itenoeratlier an! trewrlter,
once AJJress"A N" Bulletin Office.
WANTEDWATCHES lo reralr by leweler cl H
years experience Just received a fin I ne tf
novel! es, (1 DIETZ, air Nuu.nu St
WMNIED-ENORAVINO AND ENAMELINO
At F LUCAS, toi Hotel SI
-THI OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
I Oysters serve! n the shell only Try his
famous Han and Fee Sanlwlchesand Coffee Cor
Nuuanu ui Hte" streets. WV1 LUCAS, Proprietor
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH INr.C for clean Cot
ton Rags Appplvat Bullrlln Office no.tf
COR RE T A nl elv luinMlici btJfoom inJ sit
tlm-ronm tn rriv v (mll
Arr' W "ere
tinlj St , near Pu-npln Sutli.n
FOR Rl ST FurnUhJ mum for (remit nwi In
lutreN 41 Sort 1 Vfnfirj t neirNmpnu
;OW RLM--A nitjfc jb ro ner Kaaliha.
nnJi.oi41fcili rrl Ha I on lUihjp Uink.
HO'St-STOlLI anJ FornluT (or isle in all
part of the city ATKINSON. vRimn tllJ.
rOLLT tfton Houw tll larnlhoi room with
D tairj I oun i nrar 11 rwu iv y
Ol'E TO HhNT on the corner of Makllcl and
v I' yr ".en'ir rriv"'' rrf"1-. ..a
TO HFNT-rirnlshedroom OardenLsne Eniulre
I of Mrs McConrtel, off Union street, No 9 Garden
HOI SE ft LOT right In town only $1800. P, II
Burnette King st
IJOUSE i LOT Mlcox tract, new house, lot 6ox
n 1,0. only S5 000, terms eas l H Burnette, ju
COR SALE OR LEASE-A delllne nous, of
tag and lot centrally loca'ed within fie blocks
of th- post iffire lot7xt)s suitable for Doctors or
DentlMs office and dwelllne 'r for a business loca
tlod Rent $100 per month pply to (iCAR, LAN
SING tt CO mi-H
FOR "SALE OO REST The turnl ure of n room
It iue, rented at is ro per month. Apply of
ris-d Wnlw evi'cn ! Hi let it s-lf
A SPAN of thorouchbred bay horses, 6 and ears
years old. alio a firsWIass Studrbaker surrey
and set of single anl double harness Apply to If
M Motl-Smltn room too, Judd Itulldlng irio-iw
FOR ALE A large uprlght Wm. Knabe Piano
cheap, good as new. Can be seen At Mrs
Wheelers, ) Vlneard St jiMf
FOR SALE-Chnlce Trull Treel from ITorldi, con
sisting of Peaches I'esrs Plums, Apricots
Apr'es Japanese Persimmons Mu'berrles Etc., of
kinds grown bv Hrl fa erowers and most Ikelv to
Irult In this climate Address Usron O Clatk. man
ager Clark Firm Wablaws Oahu mftw
FOH SAIE '.HrAP Ine Suu piano In cood
ordtr at (he offl.e of l)l J.M UlllTNEY. 44-11
COR ALC-H rids Peafli Trsanl O.cmWed-
T dellaia Arrly S W JORDAN
n tf l-tl
ren'sl only $10 a
HOUSE ND TWO I OTS-Kalulinl Tract, only
u P II llarne'ti, u King St
COR SXIT-On ea h sM-i and ft Inrv. p wer
' uii T. ft untt li un.rv, on l,mi. fn)
In pttre ol J Emmeluth, 141 King St
FOR SALF A few Imported milch cows
J M VIVAS
COR SALEt-heap family mare, harness and an
1 open bug2y Appi to
WILLIAM SVI OE
too M--hnt St
THE bl'l seen' cigar Intownls the COLONri"
tobh9d atthe slrtu Cigar Store nest toOr
i h-um All kinds ol sia.i tiers snr'sl v
FOi SALL $aoo hutnltureut s-ncmed cottage
near tows, ss Ith privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVlDIit- fc CO.
,6 Merchant St
COR SALE Iiooo Leasehold on Queen a reef.
I near Honolulu Iron Works 94 ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location
Applyto WILLIAM SAVIDT.E, fc CO.
106 .Merchant street
Macfarlane & Co. have jiut received a
shipment of the celebrated HUNTER UYE
WHISKY, direct from the distillers, Wm.
Lanahan & Son, of Baltimore. 1752MW
The unJerslcneJ hlnir bcei duly appolnteJ ij
minKtrators with the will annex4 of theettiteof
Lau Tvfunr.ctrierw te! suChon?, fu'merly ( Mono
lulu, HaHall. laieof Hong Konp, decea-ri hereby
clvi notice to ill creJI(or to preit t telr clilm
July auihcntkateJ anJ with rroptr ouchn If any
vKiit, ern If UiecUIrA Is cureJ b m irtfraet upn
rtftl ettatv ta tht-tn h al4unJmlirneJ althetiftice
of Wirtt; Wo rl. Nuuinu ttrett, near k'lnp, In said
Mf nolulu, wfih n six rrmnth from this Jata of publi
cation arJ If si d claims bt not prmntrd within such
lime, they thai be forever barred All rersons in
debted to sail estate are r vested tn nuke Immediate
pament to said unlerslened at said oftice.
Dated January list, loot,
Administrators wltli the will anneeJ
u 111 be restlved at the offi e of the Supvliv
tenant of I'ublk Worlis until SiturJiy,
February J, 1001, at 12 o'clock noun, for
tle rrlnliiig and binding of the Annual
Report of the Department of Public Works
for the period ending December 31, 1900
The bids must be as follows :
Plain matter p;r printed pige.
Flgjres and reading matter without rules
Rules and figures per page.
The above Is to Include paper covers
Edition 500. Type, small Pica; Tables,
Paper to be letter A Book 44 lb.
No bid, except In accordance with the
above, will be considered.
Any futther Information may be obtain
ed upon application to the Chief Clerk of
The Superintendent of Public Works do
es not bind himself to accept the lowest or
J. A. MCCANDLtSS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Woiks' Office,
January 30, 1901, i752-2t
-ia- -JIOL 1 aAJi ! fc. '. jrfjfc.
FIRST TO ARRIVR !
The "ZEALAND1A" brought us a sWpment of
LADIES AND GENTS
E. O. HALL &
Hall Building, Corner
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iJaS. F. Morgan!
it OS Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
FOR 1901 !
Jlie 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 LO I 60 ft. by 200
ft. Houe contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely o(
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground, hxcellent neighbor
hood, Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOL'IE,
19 Merchant Street, or of
rT ' .
XJL L, tJ. frlAinn,,uI iA "!!)
Fort and King Streets.
Constantly on Rand
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILIAR & 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, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slud. Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Craw fish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRV AND GAME Turkeys.Geee, ,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh everv dav. Tongues, Clipped
Betf, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Cales' Ller, Tripe, Calves Feet aid
UUTTLR, 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
Hardlv a thine that vou could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Wain 219.
While putting new fixtures In
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS.
The Stockbooks of the WAIMANALO
SUGAR CO. will be closed to transfers
from Janua'ry ?oto 3iit. Inclusive.
W. M. GIFFARD.
1751 at Treas., Walmanalo Sugar Co.
The Stockbooks of the OLOWALU
COMPANY will be closed to transfers
from January 10 to list, Inclusive.
H. M. WHIINfcY.JK.,
'i75i-2t Treasurer, Olowalu Co.
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