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,w.uuui.u, n. 1., WEDNESDAY, JULY n, 1900
1900 RAMBLER BICYCLES
Fine lot of imported Jersey and Holstein Milch Cows for
sale, to arrive on ''Rosamond" now overdue.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., PROPS.
W. H. RICK, Pres. : -: W. S. WITHERS, Mr.
A big shipment just received.
High, iMedium and Low frames
'mm FANCY OR PLAIN FINISH WGSM
n SS Queen Stream
THIS SPACE RESERVED
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
Benrj f aieike k h.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THB BEST 18 CMBAI'UST
thtr.rura uur bl4 la alwaya th. Iow.m
N..Mth.f. ar. ni tetter tjooJs maJt than those
I in Mil
1 Whtn you r. ftalnir up th. old ttor. of
planalor . new on. consult us regarding how to
to It In tjU.
I U.sMes Slfns an4 Plirtey riiturti w. art
Sr.pr,J toflgur. iln you on any km4o( Intrrloi
nlsti or furniiur. In ih.way ut chit, or itor. fisturet
partition .ri.iytnr, ,U.. In har4 wuo4a ol all klnia.
plana an4 design, for th. asking ot
Lowers & Cooke,
Ml KIP wl'l I" "" L)lll)
HXI'HHBS Waoons, Diuys,
LUAUiim Waoons and
Dump cams i ; ; : 1
Altvuy on INnJ.
TlimtVi, f-yfftll.ii U(I rllM lli,M
NEW YORK D0CKFIRE SEPT
(Continued from page 1.)
emerged nt this snnll-HK? pace (lie lire
leaped for wind nnd 3he was nblau In
the bow. Ucjond wpio tlto S.inlr, lire
men 'and the Maine, on?nllnl. Ilcnlrd
on their decks frniitlc rrenturns fought
for life. Their tlternatlvj lay helore
them. They uitmt Jump uitd test death
by drowning or remain and burn.
The Maine was nlroti'y dnomed. The
vessel had only arrived this morning
nnd some of her pass-mRPM wctc still
on hoard, and when the cry of lire was
raised a nimuier f -hen were Keen to
run to the burning leeks. Some of
the passengers of the Maine tried to
escape to the piers, mid it was almost
cot tain tVt they relished In the
flames. Others of the scn-amlng pcaplo
were leaping by squads Into the swirl
ing rlcr. At her ports appeared fran
tic faces the fac?s of men and women
screaming for aid.
The Uremen, nb)jz3 nt every hatch,
had reached the end of the pier. As
sho cleared the zon? of (Ire she vaj
In llanies fore and ift.
Plontlnfi I'unernl I'jtc.
Down stream w..3 the Sanle, a lloat
Ing pyre, wi'n her povts tilled with
heads of yelling wretches. One by one
they disappearel, until three uuly nt
the water line porti remained. A tug
was alongside, its crew lighting to give
help. Wet, rngs wore passed to the im
prisoned people, their faces were damp
ened, but to whit ptiraoi.-)? Only to pro
long their agony.
Down the rlvir drifted tlin blazing
craft and still ovcilituirJ plunged terror-stricken
men and women. There,
too, high up In the air silhouetted men
clinging to the uhruns( victims that
survived only long enough to rPiuh tlto
edgo of liberty then to be engulfed
when their hold relttxed nnd they fell
Into tho blaiia'; ship beneath. This,
virtually, was tho scene.
The North Jsrnmii Lloyd officials
say that the cn.nli'111'J crews of the
four ships numbere-i 1,405, of whom 500
have been nceu.mrtl for . It lll be
several days befo-.e a correct list of the
dead can be had, If, Indeed, an accurate
account will ever be rendered.
New York, -Inly I, .1 a. m. At 2 30
o'clock this (Sifidayi mornln; the Are
Is still burning brightly, anil viewed
from the New Voile sldo presents a
brilliant sprrtaJc. The bodies un tho
deck and In tho ln,li' 'of the Sa.ik- will
probably be recovered by divers nt
once, but of the dozens who nnnped In
to the North liver some will never tc
found nt all. The steamboat men lest
arc nearly all airmails, nnd many ha.'e
no friends or rclntiv-s In this co.tntry.
No attempt has yet been made to com
pile a list of the dead. Up to 1 rclo.'k
twenty-live bodlis had been recovered.
A dividend Is due and payable to the
stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their office, Queen
street, on Thursday, Julv 12th, 1900.
The stock books of the company will be
closed to transfers from July nth to the
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, Julv 10th, 1000. isKo-tw
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Makikl, 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:
July 9, 1900 -1 black horse branded In
(Chines character) on left hind leg; while
spot on forehead; one white right hind Ire.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday. July
28, 1000, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date. K. KEKUENE,
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
WEST OF NUUANU STREET AND
GENERALLY KNOWN AS THE
The Superintendent of the Public Works
lierebv gives notice to all persons, property
owners, In th-rt portion, of the city west of
Nuujiiu street anJ more generally known
as the HURNED DISTRICT that lie Is
dslrotis of meeting all sjcIi Intetested
parties at Ills otlke, l-xeiutlve Bulldluic.oit
TuesJ.i), July 17, lyoo atlijop m fur
the purpose of cnmMerlng proposed lire
pruveiii'iiU, alterations, and opening up of
tdirels In laid District,
I'tupoird new reclt are a follows:
To extend Smith ttrrrt from King tn
orxlrul5iiiltli lrrr (ruin llcrtlanU
In Vineyard .tlrel.
1 11 extend MjuiukM ilifcl fr-in Heir
laiiU lo Vlliryord ilrrct,
'loixltitd Kiluullhr .nut fnini llnlil
tUrrl In HeirUil.l illrrl,
I'ldllDl Ml J 'UW4-d (iMIIIdl Will It
WO'Mlra) ftf llll.iill,
iQW A. MuMNnUiM.
Tor additional Slilrp'ng News sea seventh pact.
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I'll 1 1 moon on the 12th at 2:52 a. m.
Tides from the Unite.! States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Grcmwicn time, being
that of the mcr .Ian of 157 30. Tho
time whlBtle I" ,ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the ume as Oreenwlch Oh.
Weather Bureau, l'unnhoti, July 11.
Temperature Mnnilns minimum,
72; Midday maxlmun., Si.
linromctcr at 9 a. m. 29.37. Steady,
Dew Point i57F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CO per cent.
Rainfall at Wukniu 2 inches In two
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
11. Weather clear; wind light NK.
Wednesday, July 11.
StmrUpolu, Daltin, from Kcna ports;
lb; bags charcoal.
Gas s.hr Surprise, from Kona ports and
U. S. A. T. Leelanaw, Storrs, from San
Frai Cisco; stores and eorses.
Am. schr. Helene, Christiansen, from
San Francisco; gen. mdse. to W. G. Irwin
I Tuesday, July 10.
I Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Hanamaulu.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
O S. S. Australia, Lawless, for San
Gas schr. Eclipse, for Eleele, Hanapepe,
Kekaha and Walmea.
Stmr Keauhou, .Mosher, for Koloa,
I Schr Alice Kimball, for Kaanapall.
WednesJay, July u.
, Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Honokaa
' Br. bk. Smsex, Guthrie, for the Sound,
I Am. bktne. Quickstep, for the Sound, in
I TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
. -Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kapaa
'at 4 p. m.
Smr W. G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
pons at 5 p. m.
From San Frarclsco, per schr. Helene,
July u. Mr. Schluter. Mr. Gardner, Mrs.
Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins.
James Makee for Kapaa at 4 p. m today.
There is a four-masted schooner off Koko
The Helene Is at the Pacific Mall wharf
for thn present,
Helene From 'Frisco.
The fas schooner Helene, E. vV. Christ
limen master.arrlved In port this morning.
1 3 day from San Francisco wjth a cargo
of 2000 tons of general merchandise con
signed to W. G. Irwin & Co. and 17 head
of hotsesfor S. M. Damon,' W.A1. Glftard
and Gus Schumann. Captain Christian
sen reports a very pleasant trip with fair
weather all the way. Airs. Christiansen
accompanies the jovial skipper. Naturally
the captain Is very proud of his vessel.
She Is a record maker and no vessel more
trim and ship-shape has ever entered the
harbor of Honolulu.
Altikcc IbIhiuI MuhIc.
The band will play the following selec
tions at a concert on Malice Island at the
usual time this evenlr.g:
Overture The King's Lieutenant Tlt'l
Ballad Good Night Kucken
Selection Nabucco erdl
a) Kaplllna. Walanuenue,
Miss J, Kolllnn.
(b) Alclu no Wau. Moanl ke All.
Mrs. N. Alupnl.
Selection The Rose of Shlras Ellenberg
liiteriiieio Visions Illmi
' iiivotte Bremen Steliiin.ui
M.ircli Hjdhv Days DMr ..Mills
Tho Htnr HpaiiKled Manner,
Fine Job Printing nt tho Bulletin
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Mclfryrio KuAnr Co,, Ltd,
Notlie If llrrthVKlrn Dial III eighth
,mtiiiifiit id ten (in) er irnl (fjparr
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iviyiiiriiUlllif i4ii.w Mi, Him, II,
'TOrft ft, IMIN VtMMV,
HviMuiw, My ivil), i fii
lgS' ' ' tec h imtttti si
ajJAflfc M ttmt s tut oni inuttioni ttnlt two
initttionf to ttnti om uttk, 40 emh ttva fifth,
shj 00 ttnn cm monto. ini tttrt tctadu tavtt
tinne Ttr tfttti lit ftePt 9 Hoiut,
WANT ED-A Jf-WELER. tttaJy inj rcllablt,
Apply la H. W ht, er & Co.. 09 Hotel St.
UANTED--YOUNG LAhY CLERKS fftr itcrt
pona ty nj boira furnfihtJ, Apply New
ungnna nn?ry. lmAt
(CARRIAGE wojJwotkrr it tht Hw.Un CirrliKt
iFiT. u.. Vt'w " t;y wi
ANTED A GOOD urond hand aurrty lor a
-cooa nana nor At-r.!ti iiri-r
WANTED-A POSITION atcltrk oraalMman.o
vv ytara tiptrltnct In th trroctry bualntM, bfhet
woik ana winaowdrtttinir. spa.( and ntltt I lan
tuacM Flrt clan itlerrncta. Marrlfd man. Addrttl
J, n. m tnit omc. t IIT4WI
llANTf D-WATCIIES to repair by ftlr nf t
" ytara Mptrlinct. O. Dlbi Z, 417 Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO LXV.M NGP for clean Ct
ton Rag. Appr'y l Itulletln Office. isftj-K
WANITD-To ttll ionw MinlU Clean at ;c.
each. Mjrtle Ctgar Store, neit to Orpheum
CXPERIENCFD SEWINO GIRLS In dretmaklnK
" JfpartiTunt W'Mtney & With. 156
WANTED-THE CLUU BARBER SHOP the
rUcehereyoucn get a MNE SHAVE fur
Mc. white barbers. 101 King ttreet, opros te
ctrpolltan Meat Co. ijltt
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served In the shell tnly Try his
Jamoiis Ham and tge Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
nuuanu and Hitel streets. DICK DALY Proprietor
WANTED Mtn to know that they can tet shaved
by a white barber for re renu at R.JEFFS
tot King street, opp. Met. MeitCo ttoo-tf
PR RFNT-SU Nicely FURNISHED ROOM
s rooTii si'ltaMe tor Hfcht houMkeeptnc. Inquire
nt Punchbowl s'reet. ttrimi
A MODERN sU-roomed cot'ace: rossesslon Riven
July ?th Apply at residence or H. A. Parmt ee.
Genesee. Beretanla St. tfcwt
HErremlsesof Mrs. A. Rosa, on Kin St., near
Ualliltil all.k .... ..! 1. - I
n a.nim Mill, una Ul niirril. 'UTOil ( DHdi
low terms. Apply to John F. Loir-urn, i$7Stf
PR RENT Acom'ortaHe modern Cofage central
ly located. J. H. Schnack. t) Merchant street
FOR RENT-THE COTTAGE on the Hawaiian
Hottl grounds known as the Gedge collage Is
wiicira tor renu Appiy ii .iut aunts i$l)wi
COR RENT-SU Nkely FURNISHED ROOMS
t rooms suitable for light hous 'keeping. Inquire
44" f uocnpqwi nrni. IJfawt
COR RENT 8-room cottage. Punchbowl street, at
duo trait reniai. Aaaress j.m, in is omce,
COR RENT Furnished huuse. i rooni. Yctunrtb
1 tfin Keeaumoku and Pllkol strests. Apply to
itiis onui. IJTI-IW
FOR RENT--A large furnished house on Bere
tanla avenue between Kaplolanl and Ala pal Sts ,
Is for rent for a term of two or ihree months. For
particulars apply i ho. $4s tteretania avenue.
COR RENT Nlcelv Furnished Kuf.niiMr11v lo.
cated. Apply at jt Beretanla st. near Punchbowl
COR RENT-OFFICc. Apply to J. M.Monsatrat.
no. to mtrcnint sireei. HHtr
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied or mr i, n. uirson Arriy to
TO LET The 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 fuiffier particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
ti i. i. a. si. .o. omce. vueen street. 1404-11
I OST-APAIR OF OPFRA GLASSES with an
- Inscrlotlon on the front of the trlass "Kirn to
Etliel.' Rtturo the same lo Bulletin office and get
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
" will receive a liberal reward at this office, tn
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI, between
L d'pot and tishmarkct. Finde will p lease return
seme to mis omce ana receive rewarj. tjTTtt
I OST TWO I'AIHS ol Optra Claixt on Klnz
m atrttlear It.vlne Kamthamtha ttr.lnal alr.iv
p. m. l-ird.r will rtitlv rtward by rttumln; .am.
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDENCE SITE-Mott
a Choice locatlo. aJjolnlnz th. Maltlkl villa of
Hon. H. f. Baldwin. Apply Mr. K. VMa.
FR SALE-ONE light arrine dray, mule and har
ntsa; ont heavy dray, mule and harness; will b.
sold chtap. Apply to E. il. Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sts. t.6imi
COR SALE-A JERSEY BULL so months old Iron
1 rest strain ot W. G. Irwin's Imported Jtrstys
also on. young crad. Holstein Jersey cow In calf
by Leahl Dairy Stock. Inquire ot J. EMMELUTII,
ttr King street
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
L. For Sal., For Rtnt, For Ltatt,
.06 Mtrchanl St. Honolulu. H. I.
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
a Kurbtr rir. Phatton, slnKl. harntss.
class. Call or addrtts J. W Club Stables
FOR SALE $4500 Least ot a-story buslntss
property on I or! street sa ytars to run. Ground
Rent S80 per annuo. A bargain. Apply to
too Mtrchanl slrttt.
PR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Yoong St,
opposite L. H. Dtt, Esq. Inquire of u. E.
PR SALE liooo. LOTIob.it portion of Kallhl
atie 801150. Apply lo
No. io Fort ttmt
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF Tilt
ITY. By J. M. VIVAS. 1)1.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street, town side; superior
board and rooms; newly furnished terms rmider-
Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street.
PR UN CM AND UURMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gentleman, recently ar
rt rived here, who has been long In Frarce and
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes 1 1 eUe private lessons 1 stmt, ti ree lessons
per week, Ji- a month. Address, A, G Y Laklmela
villa. 619 Hutrl slreet. near Punchbowl. tttfcmi
p.i 1 1 1 il w. ii L " P'ii aa.-..- A m
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Espress Co
nil win 1 cannii iwrtjifiii:. s 14 tf
RUDOLPH DUNCAN stales that he Is still In the
rock and eanh business although he bsi sold his
Interest In the ballast buslntss.
Otfict, Bethel street In H. R Hitchcock's law
Notice to Creclltoi'H.
Aritl.llllll flK'llllit I. M. Cdin.tra.dr
lY.ueJ, iiiutt sent 10 Mr, AukuiU H'l'i
DAVIS & QEAR
Attornoya and Couniellgfi i Uw
(If), A, DAVIS 1 m, I), QMIj
E. 0. HALL
1?c$ 25 per cent cheaper e9
Than in any other store in the
Hawaiian Islands !
BERETANIA STREET, NEAR FIRE STATION.
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Coostaiitly - On - Hand
New Shipment Every Month.
SPECIAL - SALE - DAYS
l ist8?- isl8 Sz
: We are now offering
assorted stock of Rugs in all
Low Prices. Call and be convinced.
: Direct from the best Eastern manufacturers, we-
just opened another large
Shirt Waists. We are
stock to select from.
Ladies Dress Skirts.
r : Choice selections in white P. K. Skirts. A hand
some selection of Ladies Black
: Of fine all wool serges in Blue and Black beautiful
hanging skiits Silk lined coat Eaton, with Vestee effect.
Complete stock of Bathing Suits for Ladies, Gents
Misies and Children from ) years to 10 years.
Pacific Import Co.
& SON. Ltd,
1. X. L.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
t: Ir. All Parts ot tho City is
it,1 acres, fertile land, at Kona.
20-year lease, Kewalo, lot 125x200.
16-year lease, King st. central, lot 6i.iJ
Lot 43x90, Beretanla St., adjoining
Frank Hustace property.
House & 1 ot, Punahou.
Lot King St., 60x120, a bargain.
Corner Kin; and Bethel streets.
- t - &t-1 my
one of the largest and best:
the newest designs at Special
invoice of tl-e most up-to-date-
offering great values and a large
Alpaca and brillantine Dress
I'ori m, MroJti'CMN IHock