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EVENINO DVLLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, FEBnUARY 8, 1901.
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A rond 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School: said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-roads will beopened
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
.road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises. No freshet will
enter the property.
There is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
The ground is superior to
a y tract in the market.
The premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est of( anytratt wjthin two
milesjrom the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. ill. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Heal Hstate Dealers and
GREAT DEAL OF DAMAGE
SUFFERED AT ALL PORIS
Telephone Wires Down and No Com
munication--!! ikahala and Wai
"aleale Have Rough
i.- Time of It.
The stenmerB Wnlnlenle nml MIUv
hnln nrrlvetl this morning from knnal
nfter exceedingly long nml rough trip.?.
From accounts of the weather on tho
Garden lstc. there lino heen a good deal
of damage done. The telephone lines
on the principal parts of the Island arc
At Elcele the four scows used for
landing freight were washed nshoie
nnd badly smashed. The wharf at
Elcele was also damaged badly.
At Hnnalel, seventeen Inches of rain
fell from Sunday nfternoon to Thurs
dny nnd nil about the Hand the sen
Is red with the dirt washed from the
shore. The whole Island averaged ten
Inches of rain from the Jth'to the 7tli
Dig nlgaroba trees nnd fences hnve
been blown down nnd ninny roads dam
aged badly. Damage done nt Wnlnita
nnd Mnkewell could not be ascertained
ns the telephone wire Is down.
The Mlkahnln had a harder time than
the Wnlaloale nnd several times, had
to run for safety from the fury of the
Mnlls for Makawell nnd Wnlmcn wre
landed at Ah'iklnl to be forwarded by
the postmaster there to their destina
tions. Fine Job Printing at thft "iulletln
Oalm Lodge No. I, K. of P.
A SPECIAL MEETING WILL RE
held bv the above loJjie THIS (FRIDAY)
WORK IN THIRD RANK.
Members of .WysMc No. 2 and all so
burning Brother are Invite J to be present.
By order of the O.O.,
1750-it K. of P. & S.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Haw ail. In rotate, At ctitmbM. In tht
matter of iri estate nf I Kamanawa Kuj.hu, la't M
Honolulu, Oahu, The latllt nni fesamrnt ofali
JeceaMi having twn presented to salJ court, togeth
er w Ith a tuition for iht probate thereof, an J for the
hvuance of It ttrs testamentary to Henrv Maul hav
I ip ten filei. noMce I he e y given that FrIJay, the
ijtli dav of March, A D. iqoi, at i. o'clock irnjn
tht JuJkUr BullJInjc, Honolulu, Is appnlntfi the
time anJ rlace for hear In? sail application, when
a-4 where any peson IntertsteJ may appear an J
show caue, If any they have, h the pra er of tali
petition shouli not be gran eJ.
Honolulu, Fetrunry 4. o 1.
uy uie K.011
A O KAl'LUKOL'.
iT5vFeb8.il, 11, r
Notice to Creditors.
Le'ters Testa mrnt try havlnc een J ily utueJ to
ttie UnJerslpneJ a Ixetjtors of the Lit Will anl
lestja-.ent or kuiicki j kami:, 1 lie ! n .r.eu.u,
Island of Oatiu. Tt-rrtirv of Hwail Jvajtd. Ni-
tlce Is Iwreb Riven ut at rerton to present their
c alios against tne tsia'e or sauKorenu Hint,
JrceaseJ July au'hen Icatei Net lie 1 securrj ty
ni'irt age or ntherwUe t the UnJmlKfieJ ol their
office In the City ot M nolutu ,t to Msr Holrres
anJ Stinle, ttielr Attorneys, at their fti e f n Kaa
humanu ktrttt la thi Ch of Honolulu, tflthln IX
MONTHS fromihe 4ite ..t tht hr t publication here
of or they will be forever barrei. ani all persons
InJeMtil 10 salJ Lsta'e ar hereby re (uesteJ to make
Immediate pament to ihc 1'n itrsienea.
I KLWLKI i tlKKIMJl
Enecutnrt of tt-e Lait Will ani Tesament ot Ro
berto Rabe, defeased
llonolu'u. February 7th. 19 1. iTjj-itt
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Chinese
Kona Coffee Plantation Co. Ltd., are
hereby notified to surrender their old certi
ficates anJ receive new ones. The secre
tary will be at the Hawaiian Chinese
News Co., at Chang Kim's offue every
SATURDAY this month from 2 to 3 p. m.
Honolulu, Febrrarv 8. 1001 i7viw
At the adjourned annual meet'ne of the
HAWAII LAND CO.. LTD.. held this
dav. the following officers were elected l
serve for the ensuing year;
W. C. Achl, Esq ....President nnd Mgr
M. K. Nakulni, Esq vlce-PrejIdent
Jesse Makalnal, Esq Treasurer
Enoch Johnson, Esq Secretary
Chris J. Holt, Esq A'dltor
Board of Directors: Jonah Kumalae,
Esq.. F. J. Testa, Esq. and J. M. Kea.
Secretary Hawaiian Land Co., Ltd.
February 6, 1001. i75QMt
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of E. O. HALL & SON,
LTD., held Thursday January 7th, iqoi,
the following officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
W. V. Hall President
E. O. White Treasurer
E. H. Pals Secretary
E. II. Paris Auditor
The above, with A. J. Campbell and
Bruce Cartwrlght, constitute the board of
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
February 7th, iqoi. i 7591 w
T. B, MURRAY
For ajiltlonal ShlFtln Newt tea seventh page.
Weather llurenti. Punnhuu, Kcuruaiv
St.- Tern pern tn re Morning minimum
G,"; Midday maximum, 72.
Barometer ot 9 n, in. 29.70. Irregular
I lint rlslnc
Dew Point C5F.
.lfurplillty nt 9 n. m. 93 per cent.
-. . AUitiv..L,a. .
' f r Prldayb 8.
Stmr Mlkahala. Pederen, from Kauals
'ooo bags UR.ir for H Hihkfeld it Co.
Stmi Walaleile. Plltr, from Kauai; 5500
bag iiKar for V G Irwin St Co.
S S Aiarlposa. Rennle. from San Fran
cisco 6 days j hours.
Oft OSS China, Seabury. from San
Francisco 7 days 2 hours.
Thtirs'ay, Feb. 7
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Hamakua
Stmr WG Hall, Thompson, for Kauai.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman for Kauai at 4 pm.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
bchr Millie Morris, for Koolau ports.
Schr Concord, Sam, for Paiullo.
Schr Kawallanl.Moses. for Koolau ports.
Friday, Feb 8.
Am bk AlJen Besse, Potter, for san
Francisco with sugar.
Stmr J A Cummins, Sear'e, for Oahu
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr -MaUna Loa, Slmer-on, for Maul,
Koila and Hawaii ports at 3 p mi
Stmr Niihau, I humpson.lor Kauai ports
at 5 p in.
btmr Callfornlin, Alorrlson, for New
York la Hlloat 4 pm.
From Kiual, per stuir Mlkahala, Feb 8
L McKe.iRUe and wife.
t-rom San Francisco, per S S China,
Feb 8 Mr and M'S E J Uenjimln, Mr and
Mrs l: V Blackford, Mrs D M Chambers,
S B Collins, Mr and M sRII Chambe
liln and 2 cr lldren, .Miss Carrie Gllman,
Miss E Howard, MIssO Lngabiugli ur
and Mrs W H Pain, Sanford Sach, E O
Siler. Mrs T G Taylor, Als S L laylor,
A S Tribble, V Welters. Geo Veley.
Miss A E Vard, Mrs M A Hu-ns. Mr and
Mis R E Burke. Mr and Mrs G II Cuttl-.
A B Coffey, G E Fletcher, Judge A S
Hattweil, Air mnd Mrs H E Heacock,
Thos Rvan. b R Swain, W H Sh rley. A
M Tobln. Miss E F Taylor, A A Wilder.
Mr and Mrs F R Webber, W K Chlsholm,
Miss K Ward.
For Sin Francisco, per bk Aldtn Besse,
Feb 8-M Heffner
Both the R. P. Rithet and Mohican are
waiting for Kapia sugar.
Th schooner Helene Is at the Channel
wtu f .aklng the Iwalanl cargo of su;,ar.
The American, the second of the Ame-rlcan-Hiwallan
steamers Is due here on
Sunday. She will have a gieatdealof
r.'eignt tor tnis port.
! The new Inter-lslan 1 Co.'s steamer Ha-
naiei is expecicu nere wnnin a ueeK. sne
will go to Hanamaulu with freight from
San Francisco beiore coming here.
The R. P. Rithet Is at the Oceanic
wharf taking uco bags of sugar for C.
Brewer iV: Co. Several hundiej empty
gasoline casks form part of her cargo.
The Niihau yesterday and the Mr.mia
Loa today were delayed by the rain. The
heavy down-pour stopped the taking of
freight ana, on account ot the w et gear
and tackle, some heavy machinery that
was to have gone on the vessels could not
be h .nJle.l.
The big freighter Callfornlan will sail
for Hllo this altemaon at 4o'clock If the
weather hilds favorable. She ill take
1250 tons ot sugar from Hllo and then sill
direct for Deliuare Breakwater fur i.rder:.
It Is est mated that the trip from Hllo will
take about (15 day.
SAYS HE'S JROM HAWAII
San rrunclsco, Jan. 30. Tho clcrka
Intheolllcc of the Hoard of HlmHIi weio
struck dumb ycntcrduy when n nem
llur looking ItKllvlilti.il walked In mil
nnnoumetl that he was n "leper" with
out n home. He had conic all the way
from Honolulu, where ho had contracl
ed the loatlisumu disease, anil wheru
fur n time he, had nilnRled with tho oth
er lepers on tho Islands.
Hell sat down to wait, hut before nn
hour had gone he Ijecnme Impatlcn: ami
declared that If the city did not care
o look after him he would find some
one who would.
By this time tho doctors hnd nrrlvet!
nnd Hell was sent to tho Twenty-sixth
CAPTAIN DICK 8BIKE.
Richard I). Selke, mato of the uij;
Kcarlt'sa wns yesterday granted mas
ter's papeis by the Inspectors. Ho Is
now licensed to be master of bail or
steam vessels of lBpO tons on the wa
ters of the Pacific ocean and Is a pilot
for tho harbor of Honolulu.
Captain Seiko has been In tho em
ploy of hto Sprcck61s company for
many years and, although a young
man, has spent many years at sea, hav
ing started out at tho ago ot fourteen
to earn his living nnd learn his profes
Blon. l'"or many years lie whb employed on
the vessels running In the Pacific Coast
trade and then went Into the towhoat
Since being employed by tho Sprccl;-
els company ho has by his ability ami
perseverance earned tho esteem of his
employers and Is next In tho lino of
promotion to a captaincy In tho com
pany's fleet of tugs.
Kukul Street, bet. Nuuana
WWrjff. in tbtt totvmn rii h intcttS
IV5 t ttntt tint oni tnttrliont if etntt tw
intttUoni o ttntt en tvtk, 40 unit two mtkt
anJ 69 ttnti ont month ltil it tht tktatttt tjvi
hunt tvtr tiftriJ tbt fitopit ef Honolulu.
mi: tAii NOTints.
THE PARTNFRSHIPtxlMlnir between T J Rellly
1 J N neiry nt ren,tii Jay JissoieJ e
mutual c'Jnjent.T J V el 1v ciMinulne the business
Honohilu, rebrutr khi, . . , . ?,!
pUITKNS for KelUMe He'p. Aiklnvm, Mieoon
liuiuiTip, .twenarr .
CTI .NKdKAPHfcR VI I H SP RE VWZ DUMINO
' rusmesn nou 9 tietures to attena to anoint"
fttm's corierrndenie at rer m nth Address K,
H nuUetln office ttf
BARGAINS IN JEWELMY-vo-.i'cab ee( the m at
M.F.LI CAS. eoi Ho'el St. I m Encravlne
anJ enatrefi n g done.'
OTICE TO BUILDERS-th Union Ern Co
h Wllir AHU HJKMLt M4W
JEWLLCK WANTED, lt(4y nrl nJ bio4
wiirr. tn the rlirht min. C j. llftffnc. Manu
fidurlnt: Je'tlrr. H let tr t. orroitt tllte ke
WANTED Two Rooi composltoriato
v at this office.
vlANTED Yoong rAan In a wholrsale hou
VY nailve preferreJ. jiiress 'A" this officelMi
WANTED-Your plumbing to 4o. by arractlcal
p'umber All work guarantee.). J. N, Shafer
etlQueinSt nearAlaltei. itjT'im
lANTFD-SeconjVhani Wlthlre or McNeil ft
W Urban ife. A.SStw P. O. Hox 06. e iw
N EXPEKT UOK'-KEEPFRwnuiJllkeasetof
boki 1okeeptentngs A i Jrei 'Hook-keeper
ihfs office. .tjmw
WANTEDA corrpetent alfman l'h kroleJge
of Jry rooJs. G00J ralary to right party.
JJrcis. stitlng references. 'A H C." this office.
GOOD DRr-GOODS SALESMAN call before
' lent tmorrow. k. w tmnion, room it
HELlAtUb app (cants for -ny portion, perma-cr
or (eirporai. Magoon UlJ.. Merchant an
UANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler cfij
years experience, u. vitzit, 417 nuuanu at
VOUNU MAN. stenogrsther tni trrewrlter, at
I ont.e. AJ tress "A N M Hulletln Offic.
'rtt)-ESfiHAVINTt AND LNAMEIINO
M F. EUrAS.w.lnlISI. i.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OViTEK nOuu-
Oytter. iv4 n the htl onlv Try hit
r.moui nam anj ck a.njwicnet ana uon.t uor
Nuutnu nJ Mil.' tlrttts. WM, LUCAS, Proprlttot,
ID PAPERS TO EXCHsSGE for clean Col
ton Kags Appplv at llullvtln CJrnre nNt!
FL'PNISriED front room S o 00 month,
roomers VlnearJSt wei Nmn u
COW lNT One larce room. tleisantvlo'aleJ
1 alto housekeeping rooms. AJJress 'G" this
TO LF.T Furn'shM room
S Deretanla St , op
I f uslte Central L'n on church.
FOR RENT-FjrnUhei room,
TO LET Cottage on Klnau St. between Pllkol anJ
Keaumoku. 1 rorms. IncluJlne kitchen anl bath
roim, formerly o; curie J bv A, T. Hrock. Rtnt $40
r r month, ArrW to C. R. Collins, King street, rer
DAHT OF OFFICE FOR REST, TURNISMtD
nutiness centre aimisi.in. magoon tun
COR RrNT furnlthei room with or without boari
j In trlvate family Apply iHeretanla St. je-U
COR WENT-A cotage 18x61. corner Kawalahao
nnj uouK streets. Apcly Hot on. Ulihop Uank,
LJOPERTY AT WAIALUA TOR LEASE-Fnu.
' lots at Wtlalua. ut opposite W ala.ua Hotel. oo
Kti. art olttTt-1 for lease s nglv or as a wh-le. For
Funiculars apply to Mrs. b. Kekaanlau Prati, tclt
'un.hbu! St. itMMm
ITOR MENTj room for light h'.usekeplny. $8
pet momn. At itsane Asylum KoaJ. r-. S'raucn
COR RENT Severs! new 6 tot m cottages at Insane
Ayium roil o per mon;n, 1 annr atraucn
it 4 iw
rO LKT Settrtn House, will f jrnlshei rooms with
I btarj Youtg St . near Pllkol. tTioimo
TO PEfIT Purn'shei room. Garien Lane. I'ntilre
or Airs, oicuonnei, on union street, .' 4 darken
COR SAIR-Mfdroom Set anJ Kl cli-n Till, a
moit .iew $$. App'y iih ntfice, " S G mH
nirsiDi nce PRoiKrv von sali:
v Lniationine lest, in uuau vane corner ot
jiijj ana Liima vreets i 'i c -unr pr?mi n
sistlng of about tour acres of 'an J over ' with b.jti
ttful ln, tree). ana rlJntv A so 4.ple"Jl.lrIJ.nfe
t c-.f ag turn 'lete barn a4 .rr.int uurtf
all 1 1 tirs' rl ennj tion 'or fiirfwr rlcr
fp f'i HAWAIIAN TRUST A INVrsr.
MKNT CO.. Lfl). Tileit-nnj. ?i f e 1
COR SALE On Prima stteet r o .1 c magt fur
1 n'shot complete, sanbarv plumbing ili'ouyhout
For particulars appt) 'o Chas. h Moore & v.o ,
room 1, Magoon Ulocc, A I ah-j anJ Merchint S s.
OUSE & LOT. rich! In town, nnlvfilia P H.
uurnetie, iy iin?i.
HOUSb & IOT, Wilcox tract new hcuse, lot 6ox
110. nly $5,000, terms eas. P. H. Hrrnette, Jm
COR SALE OH LEASE-A J.lllnir hm.e. t.,1
1 j. ani lot, c.ntMllv loc.'fj. ulilifn lie Mtukk
'.I III. pi l office . IiItxiis uluble lur D'Klor. ir
ivnTii rmct ana juinine 'r lor puuneM itc
llnj Rtnljicurtr month Arply to CCAK. LAN
pOIJ VALE-llriturrlthl Wm. Kmtt Piano.
1 theap, eooi a. new. Can SMn at .Mrl
Wlietleu, j4 Vlncyari St, ji-tl
FOU SALE-Cholc. TrultTrKl Irfim rioilia. con
llttlnif ef P.ach... I'tjrt. Plum.. Aprln.i.
Apple., Japan... IVr.lmmcnt. Mu'K'rrle., ttc, ol
klnJa erottn bv Florida erttt anl mott lk.lv to
rrult in tnis climate AJjr.kt tlyron O, Uatk. man
ayef Clark Farm, waplawa, Ohu. ...ft..
COM SALE-Florlii Poch Treat anl Cocoi WeJ
I Jellana. Arrly S V. JORDAN.
u.i'lf .e Fort St.
On YEAR LEASE-Chlnatoun, rental only lio a
u momn. P II Hurrette, )o King St.
OUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Trad, only
.. r. 11 uuincuc, j? ising at.
COR SALE-Of e each aK-a ani 6 hnrs power
miti ntiM KtHustNF oil EMiiNES, inew)
Inquire if J. Ehmeluth. nt King St. mil
COR SALE-A few Imports milch cows.
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 family mare, harness ani an
open buggy. Apply to
106 Merchant St.
THE beits cent clfrir In ton Is tht "COLONEL
to be hti at tht Myrtle Cigar Store next to On
r h urn. All klnis of Manila cigars a specialty
?OR SALE $100. Futnltureof jToomeJ cottage
near town, with prlvllepe of renting cottact,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE fie CO.,
two Merchant St.
RR SALE 14000. Leaseholi on Queen s're't.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 yean to run.
SplenJIi Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO.,
106 Merchant street.
Wilt be received at the office of the
SUPT. PUBLIC WORKS, till 12 o'clock
noon of MONDAY, FEB. 11, for the Con
stractlon of a Storm Water Drain on Ala'
Plans and Speclficalloni at the office of
the At. Supt. Public Works.
The Supt. Public Works doe 1 not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
1759 at Asst. Supt. Pub.lc Works.
SAMUEL MCKEAGUE, ESQ., has
this day bern appointed keeper of Powder
Magazine for the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, vice W. T.
J. A MCCANDLESS,
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1901, 1757 3t
Ait.AiAai.J.i.AaA.lJ.AAaAA - J
I" 'V T I' T '.' '" ',' V I I t T I 4 I T T T I F 1
FIRST TO ARRIVE !
the "ZEALANril'A" brought us a shipment of
LADIES AND GENTS
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
ililiAitiiAAit il.itnintufc JiiLJi.AitiiiAJiAitiitaiAiliA4i4iilL XA--A- A aj.a
Jas. F. Morgan
-05 Queen Street
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontaRe of too feet on
Pensa.ola street. 265 0:1 Wilier anJ Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious vciandas, doubls par
lors, 2 larne bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dlnlnj; room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carnage house, servants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand a kooJ view.
TEhMS and further Information at my
olfice, 65 Queen street.
Joe, F. Morgan,
The Sparkling Comedy
FUNNIEST OF FARCES AT
The - Orpheum
SATURDAY, FEB. 9,
25, - 50. - -75c.
Seats on sale at WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
QUEEN ST. ,'
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Constantly on Hand.
POULTRY' - .
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER 4 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. Shid. Carp. Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, 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 every dav. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, 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 a( our market, t
Telephone Main 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
CORNER FORT .'
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON .
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE K IT WILL PAY YOU TO
'"'" UfJY TOR CASlll
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., &EAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. V. LLDFRER,
Ja?'1 fh -
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