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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900.
Commission - Merchants
:- A N D -:
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS OF
LIVE : S T O G .
Columbia : Chainless
W. H. RICb, Pres.
J as. F Morgan
11 83 Queen Street
On MONDAY, June 2jth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the the Drill SheJ on Hotel s'reet, I
will sell at Public Auction all of the furni
ture and supplies from the detention cairps,
consisting lareelv of new roods.
Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Lamps, Crockery, llnware,
uuery, etc, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY and
RICE'S MUSICAL ECCENTRICITY,
Brimful of Liughter,
Plenty of Specialties,
The bin New York Hit
PRICES 75c and $1.03.
Gmtlaasn ar. requested to refrain from Smoking
tn'ta. Boill and Sections A. D. C TH. prlvllete
wilt t. aitenJei in the other portion of toe house.
rr tar June 23. -
Mr. James Neill
Presenting Nat Goodwin's Best Comedy
AN : i!
SPECIAL NOTE: Curtain will Raise
Promptly at 8 p. .m.
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
i. in faVii tttmmn teilt h (nitrttd 1
I unit - lint tmt inttrtfoni unit two
initthont W unit oni tvftk, 40 ttnU two uttki,
4nJ 60 ttnti ont monti. Iht it tti tbttbitt tdvtf
Hunt tvtf offtriJ lit PteNi tt tWv,
RLS to work on th mw ttltihonc twitch boird,
VJ Aptly Sub Offict Mutual TcUrnon. 1564 -it
UANTED-TWO GOOD HARNESSMAKERS it
tt Slock TlfJt H64U
WANTED-A LARGE GIRD-CAGC, Apply lo
j6 this OffiCC. I$ft4t
WANTED-A copy of MUNSON S SHORT
HAND SYSTEM. PImw bring to this office.
UANTED-A DRIGHT YOUNG GIRL to Irarn
vv mlltlncry pld nhllt Imn.njr, t M E. Klilttn s
Motel strett. .nftowt
VXANTEDA SMART YOUNG LADY to work I
vv the New Eoglini Bskefy. ijtota
UANTED-F1VE MESSENGER BOYS at the
Amer kn Mestengef Service.
WANTED A Young Mn ibout so years oU. Ilv
Inewtth parents, for pnsltiin as clerk Must
have fair knoteJpe o( bookkeeping State salary.
anJ aJJress P O Bftx i uo'im
tlANTED-EXPERIENCE CHINESE COOK.
vv Wages $j 00 perwMk, Call 50a Ueretanli St.
WANTCD-DETECTIVE, shreJ. reliable man In
the ptlnclpal lowns of tho Islands for legiti
mate Jetective uork unJer tmtructlrn AdJrets. H.
C Wcbkter. urt. American Detective Association,
Indianapolis Inalana tt. S A. in6itn
WANTED-THE CLUD BARItrR SHOP the
Hace where ou can et a MNb StMVEfor
ijc White barbers mi Klnjr s'reet, oppns te
M ctr o poll tan Meat o mail
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters nenei. In the shell unlv Try his
innus Ham anJ teg Saniwkhes anJ Coffee Cor
II ,tel and r-jrt street , DICK DALY, Proprietor.
WANTED-Men to know that they can (ret shaved
VV Kv awhlta barber for 11 cents at l). JktFS.
6iqU Tort street opp Club Stables itoQtr
CORSHLE-A few eryfme WHITE LEGHORN
1 COCKLRLLS. from stKk Imported from Knapp
Dios.New ork. breeders of the dnest White I eir-
hnrns In 4tnrifa This is vour chtnee t lmproe
your (lock of poultr with new blood White Leghorns
ae the greatest eg? producers In the wurli Leav
orders at California ! eed Co or address WILLAMAY
KANLH POULTRY YAHUi. Wahiawa, Oahu
PR SALE The furniture o' a si room
cottare. COTTAGE IS FOR RENT. AdpIv
at B6t, Tort street, second house from School
PR SALE-A JERSEY BULL so months old from
best strain of W. G Irwin a Imported Jersevs
also one young grade HoUtein Jersey cow Incaif
by Uahl Dairy Stock Inquire of J. EMMELUTH.
sit King street t$i9tf
I OTS OF LOTS-Alao HOUSES AND LOTS
- For Sale. For Rent, For Lease.
too Merchant St. Honolulu. II I.
PR SALE OREXCHANGE-CLUR fiARBER
SHOP, King St , easy terms. II. JEFFS.
PR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tire Phaeton, stnrle harness. All first
class Call or address J. W Club Stables 1))t-lf
FR SALE $4joo. Least of a-story business
croDtrtv on Fort street i veara to run. Ground
Real $o per annum. A bargain Apply to
WILLI Am ;AVILH(e,
too Merchant street
PR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St ,
opposite L. H. Dee. Esq. Inquire of u. E.
PR SALE-S1000. LOT In best portion of Kail hi
flat lojttu. Apply to
No. ito Fort street
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
ITY. By J. M VIVAS nf
EMPLOYMENT J. W. Cbapman has organlied a
sof letv til llariendrrt. Cnubi ind Wilifrt. aim
Hodta bervantk, malt and female Offici at Uur
nett a real estate agency. King and Bethel streets It
Is not exactly an employment office, but more for the
cairrlng business. Mr, Chapman will bt responsible
ror intquauncauons 01 an servawt mat ne recom
mends as to character and capacity H will send re
sponsible servants to the other Ulands 5?fctf
I OST A SMALL nOVconUlnlnc a military but
L ton hat rm hinder please return to this
TO LET Now vacant a new room COTTAGE at
oil Walk I-1. Arrtv to S. J Pain Tramwav
Stables Punnhou 1 5 ;wt
TO LET A ROOM In ihe Hawaiian Hotel gruunJs
I suitable for a store. Among the mert Improve
ments at the H tel are two rou-ns, semi -circular In
form, wlti tile floors, beneath the two large circular
lanais In the front of the main building One of
thete Is already occupied as a barber shop, the
other Is available to tent for any approved line of
buslnesi, electric light and water laid on.
tt)wt Kaahumanu street,
R RENT-OFFICE. Apptvto J. M. Monsarat.
No, 19 Merchant street unit
FOR RLNT-OrFICES suitable for Doctors, Dent
ists Architects, at the I lite building on Hotel st.
Inquire Hart & Co , Ltd , Hotel st lJm,
TO LLT-COTTAGE on IMuoa Poad at preent
occupied by Mr 1 11 (j.rson
m a (jKimiuAi
fO LET The rrsfdenct of John tna at Walklkl
1 furnished or unfurnished Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole cr In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN bMA
at I I. S N Co.'s office, Queen street. 1464-tf
CURN1SHED ROOM, only $10 month Private
family, 616 Vineyard St doors Queen Hotel,
NEWLY rURNISHED ROOMS at the Fort Street
House, corner Fort and Vineyard bis Every
thing first-ctais. Two rooms suitable for dentist or
got tor. 15 jo 1 m
ro LET-First class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. 1537-1113
COUND-A RAMBLER BICYCLL ly'ng In the
I middle of King street opposite Die Opera Hous
at 4 a m. Saturday, June 9 Owner may have
same un indentming anj paying ror advertise
ment and a re war J by application at this
FUND At the corner of King ard Tort Streets
a BABY S HOOD and SMALL POWDbR
PUFF. Owner can obtain same at this office by
Identifying the goods and paying for this advertise
COUND-A MEDAL for a no yard Hurdle. The
I owner can obtain same by calling at this office
and Identifying It and paying for this advertise
ONEY la loan on real ttutt. Apply to Will C,
1 Uner, Real fcttat. Aitrnt and Auctioneer
OTICE TO nUILDFRS-lh. Union Exrre Co
naa wtllic samj iuk ialc. t$4)tr
RUDOLPH DUNCAN itatel that he ll Hill In the
rock and earth business althoueh h. has sold hli
Interest In the ratlast business
OIBce Betle street In II. R Hitchcock's aw
r-vR HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are now open.
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'X MAGIC 1: headaches
WAFERS is dressing.
wmnmmmnm c.nt. u dr.ei.u
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, June 22.
Temperature Morning minimum,
75; Mlday maximum, 88.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.07. Steady.
Dew Point 68F.
Huldlty at 9 n. m. (S6 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
22. Weather clear; wind llge NE.
a m p m
s to 1.56
I 14 I M
4 41 '44
tl 10 1 1
I 8. nt $ t8 f 3f
u tt, 6 11 8 $?
1 to 6 j6 9 4f
114 t 40 10 so
Sunday , U
(.net (iiuirter of the moon un 10th nt
2:27 I) m.
Tides from the Unite.) States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The titles nt Kahultil and Hllo occur
about au hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Stnndard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Grcenwlcn time, being
that of tho trier .Inn of 1C7 30. The
tlmo whistle r ,ns nt 1:30 p. in.,
which Is the jmo as Greenwich Oh.
Thursday, June st.
Am. bk. Marlon Chllcntt, VVetdon, 34
days triim Newcastle; coal to order.
Am. bk. V. B. Flint, Parsons, 120 days
from New York.
Friday, June it.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Hamua.
S. S. Moana, Oirey, from the Colonies.
Stmt Noeau Wyman, from Kauai.
Wednesday, June 20.
Smr W. G Hall, Thompson, for Maka
crlday, June 22.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Laha
Ina, Mnala.a, Kona and Kau,
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Allen, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTEHNOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at 4 p. m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Makauell,
Walmea and Kekaha at 4 p. m.
S. S. Moana, Carey, for San Francisco
at 5 p. mv.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Noeau, W man, for Honokaa and
Kuknllutle at 10 a. m.
4 iuih 4iaiii.Jnui. Kl ?iint iw.iiiiii, juiic
22. Mrs. H. Wicks and 8 on deck.
From the Colonies, per S. S Moana,
June 22. Capt. and Mrs. E. T. Miles and
family (6). Mrs. Grant 1 urnr, Mrs. Ov
enham ana Mr. HoomlnR.
For Maul and Htwall potts, per stmr
Mauna Loa, June 22. MissGreenuell, H.
Morrison. Goo Lin. Nincv Cummlncs.
Hanc YounR, A. P. Boiler, A. Birtlelat
and s children, J Jrc Kahauletlo, C. Yak
Nim, Father Llebeit John Paris, Jr., P.
S. Dodge, Miss Walamau and 4 children,
Mls A. Beard, T. C. Wells and daughter,
Mrs E. S. Boyd. E. S. Boyd. Julia Tc-iU-kiela,
Mrs J. Aplo, Willie Brittan, tls
Tor Makawell, per slmr W. G. Hall,
June 21. J. McKechnle and MlklSalto.
T he Noeau brought 4000 bags of sugir
and 50 bags of rleefrom Kllauea.
The Keauhou his a search light mide of
a kcroscene oil tin and an electric light.
Kauai steamers reput 66,318 bags of
sugar at the plat fattens of the GirJtn
The Jimes MiUee and Keauhou both
sill for K.iuil tod tv. The Noeau sails tor
Die I .valanl Is dlsclnrJrig the whole
ol herrarjoof ugar Into the bukentlne
Anher In the stre.un.
Thelwalanl ropoits that the Honokaa
mill shut down for repalrx last Mundiy.
Work will be resumed next week.
The bark Olv mplc, having been fumi
gated, Is back ag t'li at Ihe Irmgjrd w harf.
She has linl lied discharging her deck
load and begun on her regular cargo at 1
The Iwalanl came In from Hamakua
this morning. She reports 14,000 H. S.
Co. and 2000 P. S. M. sogar left The
weather was fair along the Hamakua coast
but choppy In the channels.
Importntlona Per Moann.
Following Is the list of the Importations
by the Moana: 50 cs. butter, 1 cs. d-ap-ery,
354 cs. gin, 13 csk. beef. 13 c. wine,
1 cs. earthenware. 1 cs. household effects,
1 cs. simples and 5 hxs. limes consigned
to order and H. May & Co.
A Font Trip. '
The American ship Ma.lon Chllcctt,
Weedon master, came In lite yesterdtv
afternoon, 34 d tys from Newcastle, N S.
W., with n mrgo of coil. I his Is an ex
ceptionally snurt trip JnJ the record mide
Is one th it has not been equalled for .1 long
time. The record run from Newcastle lo
Honolulu is 30 d lys I he Chllcntt Is just
four days within reichlng the best trip
ever made between th: two ports. (
Normn Went Anliore.
While going out of the chmnel lite yes
terday afternoon with a load of lumber
and bricks for AnalH-i, the schooner Nor
ma, We!birth master1, landed on the sand
on the Walklkl side of the channel. A
full half hour's work was necessary before
the vessel could be got off. When she
started off again, she went directly to the
Ewa side and did the same thing. Here
she stuck fast. The tug was towing In
the Flint and could not go to the Norma's
assistance Just then. When the finished
tins worn sne came oacK and puuea tne
Norma off. No damage was done and the
schooner continue Immediately on her trip.
W. S. WITHERS, Mgr.
The-Moana hauleJ alongside the Oceanic
wharf at about o o'clock this forenoon.
Purser Hodson reports as follows: Sailed
from Sydney at 1:3,0 p. m. June 6. Clea
ed the Heads at 3:05 p. m. and arrived at
Auckland at 3 p. m. on the loth. Left
again at i:t p. m. on the llth.arrlvlngat
Apia, aamau, tt 7:20 a. m. on tre l$tn.
Left for Honolulu at 1:1; p. m the same
day. Experienced moderate to fresh winds
and sea with thick, heavy rain to Auck
land. From thete to arrival at Apia light
to moderate N.-N. E. winds with fine but
cloudy weather and smooth soa. For first
four days after leaving Apia, light airs and
calms with fine weather and smooth sea.
Picked up moderate N. E. trades on the
19th, continuing to port.
That Fish Story.
Men along the water front are having a
let offun over the Walklkl shark and eel
yarn that appeared In the Advertiser this
morning. Thev are wondering If the1 re
porter was stuffed bv the same man that,
years ago told tt e newspaper novice along
the water ftont that a certain ve.el
br.iught a cirgo of copper lined post holes.
ltUII be remembered this "cargo" was
published. I he water front people s ly
tlut th: story mlgjit have been foisted on
the unsuspecting public Ind the reported
let the eel out when the spear struck. The
leap Into the boat was too much.
At Uont Landing.
When Governor Dole came ashnre from
the Protet uslerdav he found the shore
boats strung alnnz the whole distance of
(the s'eps leading djwn to the water. The
boat from tne manjf -war u as forced to go
alongside the steos at brewers wharf
v, here dusl jnd dirt collects at all times
It was not verv lone afte Governor Doles
departure from the wharf that an order
was received at the landing to keep cletr
forboVs from various vessels a space of
about twenty feet. The boys lmmedilely
sunk a post In the silt mud and now all
coats must Keep maukj of this.
WHY hi: refused.
A good story Is told about .Mr. Cro
kcr nnd Pat Donahue, a prospective
power in one of the New York Irish
wards. Donahue was from the "mild
soil," and Mr. Crokcr Invited him to
dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria. Kiar-
Ing that Donahue might make a break
If allowed to order from the French
menu card, Mr. Crokcr volunteered to
order the dinner, and advised Pat tn
follow suit and say nothing. A waiter
tumbled over himself in his endeavor
to be the first to wait upon Mr. Crokpr.
and the political magnate said: "Well,
rat, I think we 11 start of with a cock-
tall." Pat hemmed and hawed bit his
lip In vexation that he should bo forced
to object to his host's first order, but
finally screwing up his courage to the
point of speech, blurted out: "It ye
have no objection, Mr. Crokcr, and as
I'm not fond of that part of the chicken
as goes over the fence last, I'll take
part or the brlst."
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing Appointments have been made In the
Department of the Public Works, viz;
James H. Bovd, Chief Clerk.
W. E. Row ell, Assistant Supt. of Public
Andrew Brown, Supt. of Water Works
nnd Clerk of Honolulu Market.
Marston Campbell, Roid Supervisor,
District of Koin, Island of Oahu.
Captain A. Fuller, H trbor Master.
CaptalrSeJ. C. Lorenzen, Jno. U Mac
auly, M. N. Sinders, E. F. Cameron
Pilots, Port of Honolulu.
JOHN A. MCCANDLLbS.
Supt. of Public Work.
Department of Public Works, June 14,
1933. 1 564-31
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Makiki, Koni,
Island nf OjIiu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law : ,
June 21, 1000-1 roan horse branded on
left hind leg J; also on right hind leg Fv
sorebick; white stripe on forehead; Loth
hind legs w 111 te; both forelegs black.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, July
7, toco, at 12 m., If not calleJ for before
tint date. K. KEKUENE,
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
$25 00 reward vv III bi pild for Informa
tion which vvl I leid to the discovery of
tne will of W.C. Clench, drawn In 'o
or '04 by C, V, Ashford, at Honolulu Hale,
on Merchant street, or to the proof of the
names of ill: two witnesfes the etn, by
PHILIP L. WEAVER, ,
Attorney at Law, Merch tnt St., Honolulu.
P. O. Box No. 1 54- I563-IW
EWA PLANTATION CO.
The books of this company are closed to
transfers from Monday, June 25, 1000, to
Saturday, June 30. woo, Inclusive.
I5tj W. A. BOW EN, Treasurer.
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
& WRIGHT CACTUS
E. 0. HALL
1776 - Hurrah for
Duy Building. Beretanla St., near Central Fire Station)
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Flags. Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,.
.Etc , IBtc.
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
At a discount of 2; pr cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock and.
expressly made for the I X L
P. O. Box 535
- Od - Hand
-New Shipments Every Month.
Over 5000 yards of White
Goods of every description have
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
. . . Our stock is the largest that can be found in
town, easy to make selections, DO NOT MISS
500 pieces of White Linen
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, Just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipmen of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import k
PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
OR ROAD TIRES.
& SON, Ltd,
4th July -1900
S W. LEDERER.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
i: In All Parts of the City is
NEW HOUSE & LOT, King street,
FOUR LOTS fenced, Kapihulu Road,
Lot and 2 Houses, Lot 75 x 250.
Corner Kins and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress ft lock