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THE KVI-JNllNtJ KULLETINrEffWflm
it 33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Last Three Nights
AND HIS ... .
Thursday "A Trip to Honolulu."
Friday-Big Minstrel Nlgh.
Saturday Big Mlns rel Night.
Farewpl - Matinee
Southwells Arc Coming.
Dra't No. 883 drawn bv Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., In favo of G. G. Seong fnr
flop 00. Payment of same has bcet
stopped and all peisons are warned against
accepting of same.
G. G SEONG.
Ewa Plantation Co.
The books of this Company will be
dosed to t.ansfe-s from Saturday, May
26,1000, to Thursday, May 31,1900, In
clusive. W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
mo-jt Ewa Plantatlcn Co.
WalmeaSujiaf Mill Co. Ltd.
The books of this Company will be
dined to transfers from Satuiday, May 26,
to Thursday, Mav 31, 1000, Inclusive.
W. A. BOWEN. Treasurer.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co., L'td.
. Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
It. I ill column mil hi inttttti tt '
d lint ant innrtlon! it ttntt luo Imltf
I o ttntt out wtti, jo ttntt an, titcki, And ro
ctnti one motile, tott it ttt tetaptti ajwrnimc vr
eUlttd tb tttl o tlu.
FOUND On brrtl .nl street rutsday mornlnc
blaik and white Japa-iese P (J PUP. Owner
can have lime by calling al this office and raying
cost of advertisement. i;iotf
FOUND At the comer of King aril foil Streeli
a BABY'S HOOD and SMALL POWDER
PUFF Owner can obtain same at this office by
Identifying thi goods andpsslng f.r this advertise
FOUND-A MEDAL lor a in yard llurdli. The
owner can obtain same by calling at this office
ard Identifying It and paying for this advertise
ANTED-EXPERIENCE CHINESE COOK.
Wages Js.oo per week, till joi urretanla it.
UANTED-NICELY TURNISIIED ROOM with
W board bvvouneman. Address, statlpc terms
etc.. "h" at this office. t jti-it
UANTED-Two Small Second-Hand TYPE
W WHITER DESKS: also one laree Hat tor
desk with drawers. Address, giving full particulars,
G. I.. Bulletin Office. ijtitf
WANrFD for several days an experience
DRUSSMAKfcK. One who can cut and fl ,
ndlsnat setmstrtst. Apply Mr. Merrill, cornet
Emma street nd Gantsll La-e 4"i
AMED-A(.OODsLCO.SD HAND UH.Yi.LE
Apply at this office. isis-tt
WANTED-DETECTIVE. shrewd, reliable man In
the principal town) of the Islinds for legltl
mats detective work under Instructlcn. Address H.
C. VVeb.ter. Supt. Amerl:an Detective Association,
tndlansp ills, Indiana, U. S. A, i5)6-im
WANTED-THE CLUB BARBER SHOP the
plie where you can get a TINE SIKVEfor
15c. While barbers, iui King street, opoos te
Metr polltan Meat Co. ijiitl
ANTED-To RENT AN OFHCE suitable for a
Doctor cr Dentist. Arply to it) Union bquaro
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOU -
Oysters served In the shell onlv Try his
famous Ham and t jfc Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Mitel and l: it slrett.. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
WANTED Men to know that they can eel shaved
by awhile barber for 15 cents at fl, JLTFS
610M Fort street, orr Club Stat les itoO'U
COR SALE-ONE SET TOWLER STEAM PLOW
' now hire and realy for delivery. For particulars
C BREWER &C J.. LTD..
54fim Queen street
COR SALE-SIX ELfGANT LOTS, Js EA'.H,
' $,odown, toper montn. Aidless fc. At , P. O.
Box 404. ittQwt
COR SLE0"Jn GOOD CARRIA'E HOSE
Rubber Tire Phiet .n, single Imnest All first
class. Call or address J WClub Stables tsti-tt
COR SLE OR EXCHsNGE-Itouo. CIIOIT
t HOME Young str.et. Few days cn'y. Address
"J. D." H.iX 11 Hinolulu. ijiitf
PR SALb-A TRACT OF LAND, slmited on the
corner of WI'der and Keeaumoku strett,
Ttr terms srply to
Mutt JOHN F. COLBURN
POR ALE OR EXCHANGE-Choice HOWE,
Young street, fjouj. J D. AVERY, Gernunla
FOR SALE $45 Lease of a-story business
property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent T3o per annum. bargain. Apply to.
ao6 Mrrihant street
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Ycurp; St .
opposite L II, Dec, Esq. Inquire ol i. E.
pOR SALE-S1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
slie&Mip. Apply to
No. no Fort sircet.
FOR SALE J450. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
size Tsxtfo, Apply to
No. jioFort strec t,
RR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M. VIVAS uS
I OST A BLACK RAIN ROBE, with button In the
-. cnter F'nde' wih please return same to DR
HERBERT and receive reward. istq iw
I OST On King street, bitween depot and I'oit
t- stret, SATCHEL containing $ij In gold, some
small chings and miscellaneous papers. Flndrr
pleise return to tht BulMIn Uffice and receive
I OST-A CERIIFICATE OF DEPOSIT In the
- Bank of Hawaii In favor of F L. PETERS for
3ou I Inder please return to Inter Jslandb'eam
ship Office hi8 iw
I OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH luvlng owner's
L. Initials, a sum of mrnev and some lewetry,
hlch txlongedto the late Horace Lewis Reward
fur the artl les frum Mrs. James Auld, Pawaa,
RUDOLPH DUNCAN, states that he Is still In the
lx rock and earth business although he has sold his
interest In the ballast business.
Oflice: Bethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
DR. HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are now open
FURNISHED ROOM, modtrate cost. Private
family; 66 Vineyard St j doors Queen Hotel.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS at the Fort Street
House corner Fort and Vlnevard Sts. Every.
thing nrst-class. Two rooms suitable for demist or
TO LET First-class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. i;o7-mi
COR RENT OrriCu. Apply to J. At. Monsa-rat
No. 19 Merchant strett. nntf
TO LET Tht residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part. For further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
.11. I ; N. 'n ' nffir.. Queen street. 1464-tf
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
The stock books of the HAWAIIAN
SUSAR COMPANY will be chsed to
transfer: from May 28th to May 31st,
W. L. HOPPER,
I54i-3t Secretary H. S. Co.
77"e TvTatcib. "WH-il "Toia. Sleep
BOWER'S MDRCHANT FATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watcbmsn furnished for stores and property,
and confidential work of all sorts, ::
Office Room 4 Model Block
Weather Dtirc.iti, Punnliott, May 25.
Tempcmturo Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 81.
Ilarometer nt 9 n. m. 30.05. Irregtilnr
Dew Point COR
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 07 per cent.
Diamond Head Slganl Station, Muy
2o. Weather hazy; wind fresh B.
Thursday, May 24.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
On tin ports.
Krldny, May 25.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Houdlcttc, from
the Colonics; 70 tons gcn'l mtlne to W.
O. Irwin & Co.
Am. uk. Albert, Orlmths, from San
Thursday, May 24.
Am. Hp. St. Kiiinectt, Winn, for New
Am. bkt. S. N. CnHtle, lltibliard, for
I'Vltlny, Mny 25.
Stmt-, lwnlanl, Orcgory, for llono
l;;ia 11 ml Kukulhacle.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Helcnu, Sachs, for Ktikniaii
and I'apnaloa nt 5 p. 111.
Stmr. .lames Makeo, Tullett, for Kn
pau nt 4 p. 111.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Ilomllette, for San
Francisco, nt 4 p. in.
Stmr. Mokolll, Nnpeln, for Kmina
kaknl nt r p. 111.
Ftom San Francisco, per bk. Albert,
May 25 A. II. Otis nnd wife, Miss
Bills, Miss M. B. Nott nnd 11. McK.
From the Colonies, per O. S. S. Mari
posa, May 23 Rev. W. It .Livingstone,
I,. W. Mllverton, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Kcnnelly, I'. Mnran nnd August Mon
tltey THE VICTORIA CfcLEimATION.
(Inyer scenes wero never witnessed
nt .1 cricket match In Honolulu than
greeted iiio view nt Maklkl recreation
grounds yesterday afternoon. It was
part of the celebration of Queen Vic
toria's birthday, nnd the contest was
between the World nnd Scotland.
Thcic was n vlllngo of tents nnd lint;
booths, wherein J. W. Chnpmnn tho
caterer served out refreshments. Ice
cream, rako nnd cold drinks were sent
out by wnlteis to ladles and children
having chads In the open. Young nnd
old, besides, had freo access to tnbles
loaded with articles of feasting.
Three llagstaffs wcro planted In ftont
of tho enmp, from which flow respec
tively tiio American, Hrltlsh nnd Ha
waiian flags. At an auspicious stage of
tho cricket gnmo n small banner ot
Scotland was attached to tho N. K.
ensign halliards nmldst Intense Cale
Tho World eleven was put out nt the
wickets In short order with -17 runs.
A. K. Hatfield mado 10 of these nnd
not out; S. C. Hidden, 8; J. W. Hnrvcy
and L. G. Dlackraan, G each; W. Soper,
4; T. G. Uallcntyne, 3; A. St. C. Pllan
nla and I.. A, Parish, 2 each; Judge
Stanley and O. St. John Gilbert, 1 each;
H. A. Jordan, 0, nnd extras, G.
Scotland mado 201 for only three
wickets when, nearly C o'clock, uUimp3
wcro drawn. R. Anderson, not out,
scored 129, A. W. Bottomloy, bowled by
Hurvey, 3o; Capt. Iilcllocli, bowled by
Harvey, 10; D. W. Anderson, not out,
15; J. T. Irvine, run out, 0. J. Cock
burn, II. M. Sinclair, I). Ross, W. G.
Sluglehurst, J, Catton nnd Allan tlld
Prof. Bgry conducted a, strong or
chestra composed mostly of members
of tho Government band. Upon tho ar
rival on tho ground of Jktr. W. II.
Hoaro, II. II. M.'s Consul, "God Save
tho Queen" was played, and again at
tho eloso of tho game.
R. A. Jordan, aided by tho ndvlco of
Mr. Hoaro and ono or two others, plan
ned tho cricket match nnd nt homo, nnd
Is to bo congratulated upon the great
Police Court Noten.
in tho Pollco Court this forenoon tht
following cases were disposed of:
Cheong Hook, Ah Sau, Ah Chcong, Ah
Hoy unlawful possession ot opium, $50
nnd costs each; Kcala, assault and bat
tery on Mann, sentenco suspended for
three months; Knmucln, assault and
battery on Lai, 2 und costs.
Pharaoh's Siipen Eggs, a
novel and s'artling play thing
which when ignited seems to
5c. per box,
W. S. WITHERS,
Best City refen nces fur.ilshed. Detective
P. O. BOX 284.
A farewell lunti to tho Misses Young
wns given by Dr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Herbert
at the Pearl City homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Mncfarlnno yesterday. Tho
guests went down on tho morning and
afternoon trains, returning to town on
the late train.
The Mncfarlane house wns beautiful
ly decorated for tho occasion with flags
and bunting nnd tho luau was served
tip in most approved Hawaiian style.
Everybody had a good time. Thero
were present the following:
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Mny, Mr. and Sirs.
F. A. Schncfer, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Suhr,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Anderson, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Mott-Smlth, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Wnlker,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Mncfarlane, Mr. nntl
Mrs. C. W. Mncfarlnno, Dr. nntl Mrs.
Cnrmlchnel, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Porter
Iloyd, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Fnxon Lllsliop.
Mrs. Annls Montague-Turner, Mrs.
Geo. C. Heckley, Mrs. Gcrrit P. Wilder,
Mrs. Irene llrown, Mrs, E. D. Tenney,
Mrs. 11. G. Noonnn, Mrs. Hugh Gunn,
Mrs. von Hnmm, Miss Irmgnrd, Miss
Helen Mncfarlane, Miss Irmgnrd Mnc
farlnno, Miss Wldemnnn, Miss Mncfar
lnno, Miss Wnlker, Miss Mncfarlane,
Miss Wnlker, Miss Dello Walker, Miss
Cordelia Walker, Miss Mist, Miss Paty,
tlie Misses witldliiclri, Miss Weight,
Miss Wall, Miss Atkinson, Miss Jullctto
King. Miss Cornwell, Miss Sarah Car
ter, Prince David Knwnnnnnkon, Sam
uel Parker, W. II. Cornwell, Marshal
llrown, II. A. Allen, A. L. C. Atkinson,
Ernest Ross, Arthur Mackintosh, Har
ry Mist, J. O. Curter Jr., Fred Smith.
C. II. W. Norton, Walter Mncfarlane,
Uiins. o. Uerger, A. A. Young, Frank
Armstrong. Dr. Hodglns. Arthur Wall,
Arthur A. Wilder, Lionel Hart, Ernest
Parker, Henry Heckley, Fred Church,
Allen Wnlker, H. Walker, Jas. Mcln
erny, A. St. M. Mackintosh nnd Dr.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
CALL FOR TENDERS FOR QUAR
ANTINE WHARF FUMIGATING
ROOMS AND APPLIANCES.
Scaled teudcis will bo tecelvcd nt tho
olTlce of tho Hoard of Health until
Tuesday, May 29, 1900, nt 12 o'clock
noon for the construction of four (4)
fumigating looms and other appliances
on quarantine whnrf.
Plans nnd specifications can be seen
nt tho above olTlce.
C. L. GARVIN,
Executive OMlcer, Hoard of Health.
r aPHt VrwJSif
We Have Just Received a Large
Shipment of These Lights
Thee lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
1 his reason the light Is magnificent!)
brilliant, smokeless and odorless.
The lamps are absolutely sife It being
simply Impossible to explode.
If you are tired of the bother of ord'nao
lamps, if you wish to rid yourself cl
the'r care, the above, will appeal to yo
very strongly. When coupled with
economy the appeal Is Irreslstable.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes perfec
illumination. It presents an opportunlb
of securing a light tint Is easily operate
and more brilliant than gas or eiectri.it
with no more heat at a mere fraction i
their cost. It provides a lamp for
Homes, stores, officts, factories, halls
ibrarle, hotels and churches, that Is Idea
The public Is cordially Invited to cat
nd inspect these lamp;.
Flieo M. Davies & Co
tterclianls and Commission Agents
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Pi unes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, ttc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts ol the City ::
50 choUe lots Kaplolanl Park, only
4o-y;ar lease, bfach, WalltiUI. House
and Lot, ehsjp, Kewalo.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE
:: The prices, we placed on our ent're Ribbon Stock
no doubt will be appreciated, we have placed on sale over
10,000 yards of Ribbons of every size and shade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN 1 ,--TAOIREE
RIBBON All Silk
GROS GRAIN RIBBON J v
:: Our Ribbon Stock
and widths besides the reduction on former prices 10 per cent
discount on all CASH purchases will be given.
1500 yds. of All Silk Ribbon.
Consisting of shades of which we have no dupli
cates thererefore an extraordinary cut in price. : : :
No. t;, Green Jc. per yard
Other Shades 6c "
"' 7. Green.?..' 6c "
" 7, Other Shad's 8 l-3c "
" 9, Green , .-. . 8 1-Jc "
" 9, Other Shades 10c
, " 12, Green 12c "
" la, Other Shades 1 ?c "
" 16 & 12, Green Kc
Other Shades 16c "
Pacific Import Co.
rore86 Block Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
A Special Mieting of the stockholders
of the Oahu Sugar Cc, Ltd., will be held
at the room of the Chamber of Commerce,
on Saturday, May 26th, 1900, at 10:30
t S 10-it Secretary.
A Special Mtetlng of the ftocltholders
of the Klpahulu Sugar Co., Ltd., ulll be
held at the office of H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd., on Saturday, May s6th, 1900, at
11:30 a. m.
comprises all the desirable shades
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