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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, It. I., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1900.
l 1 r Ar tf '
Due to arrive Hx. "JOHN CUKRIEK."
Ten Thousand (10,600) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 0,000,000) Red Brick.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., Lid,
AGBNTS FOR Sterling' Lubricating Oils, Cl.ulphos, Arson
Cement, PortlanJ Cement, Giant Po.vJer Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Batata Bcetlng, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hanil Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
$ Matting Safes, Linoleum, Ritles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
ii 88 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAC. F. MORGAN.
R. W. ATKINSON
For Reliable Help,
Houses and Rooms,
I UKNIMIED OK UNFURNISHED.
Roam ii, Magoon Bid.,
A. Cow (in, .Manager.
STEAMER HELEN ARRIVES
FROM LAYSAN ISLAND TRIP
Wharves Resume Their Old Tims
Busy Air Machinery for Ho-
nokaa Arrivals From
Latest reports of sugar left on Katuil
Is 11,009 bags.
The Mauna Ala was towed In tUU
morning by the Fearless and will dock
some time during the day.
The steamer V. G. Hall unloaded sugar
yesterday Into the George Cuttlss, while
the I walanl unloaded what Hamakua sugar
she had on board Into the hold ol the C.
Tho S. C. Allen consigned to T. II.
Dalcs & Co. Is discharging her cargo
at the I r insure u half. As part of her
cargo she has some heavy machlne-.v
for the Honokaa Sugar Co..
The Wallace li. Flint Is credited with
having made the best time of any ot th
vessels that came Into port yesterday and
today. She made the trip In twenty days,
and brought large general cargo beslces a
number of gjjd lojklng horses.
The Bchooncr John A. Campbell or
rived with Captain Smith at the helm
18 days out from I'ort lllukeley with
007,000 feet of lumber consigned 10
Allen & Robinson. She experienced
pretty rough weather when two dajs
The steamer Ellhu Thompson hot
finished discharging her general cargo
at the Oceanic wharf nnd In nil prob
ability will get away for Puget Sound
nut later than Saturday. She has soma
return freight and while here has had
her sides cleaned and painted.
The looked for steamer Hclenc In
command of Capt. Freeman came In
from I.aysan Island with a cargo of
guano consigned to II. Hackfcld & Co.
Her arrival dispels the Idea that she
had met with some disaster as ad
vanced by some of the wise heads of
the water front.
The Yacht La Paloma owned by Cla
rence .McFarlane has been chartered by the
Inter-Island Telegraph Company and will
leave shortly on a tour to Lanal, Molokal,
Maul and Hawaii. She will carry Mr.
Graytheexpert for thee mpanv, who will
endeavor to remedy all defects In the ss
t-m. In addition to the above Mr. Grav
will inauguate a series of experiments the
solution of which will add naturally to the
The Installation ot an electric light
ing plant In the ship Itodcrlck Dim by
hci owners, makes her tho only salliiu
vessel allont nt the present time so fai
ns known, that Is thus fitted up with
Incandescent lights. Sho Is an Ameri
can bark and is bound for Hawaiian
ports under the command of Cnptuln
Johnson.. In nddltlon to the above bIip
was fitted up with a cold storage pbu;
something over a year ago.
The steamship Doric of the O. & O.
S. S. Company cast off her lints from the
Mall dock last evening shortly after five
o'clock, and proceeded1 on her way to the
Orient. The vessel was six days and
seventeen hours coming down from the
Coast which Is her schedule time. It Is
pi sslble however for her to make better
time by using more roal. She brought
here a la'ge mall confining 155 bags and
took away one of the largest single con
s'gnments of condemned tea ever ex"
Weather Bureau, Piinnlinti, December
n. Tvtupcrntuic Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum. 77.
Barometer nt 1) n, 111.. .10.02, Steady.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 n. in, 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, De
cember fi. Weather cloudy; wind fresh
" Thurs lay, December 6.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, from Kauai
potts; iyo bags 'A sugar.
Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Am bk W B Flint, Johnson, from San
Am bk Mauna Ala, Sml h, from San
Am schrJohn A. Campbell, Smith, from
Thursday, December 6.
Stmr Helene, Fteeman. for Laysan 1st-
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerton, for Lahat
na. Mialaea. Kona and Kan at 10 a. m.
Stmr Iwalani, Gregory, for Lahalna,
Honokohau and Kukuihaele.
From Kauil ports, per ttnr Keauhou,
Dec. G Alex. Colauhoun and 2 on deck.
Arrived From llnwiill.
Port TownsenJ, Nov. m Br bk Adder
ly, from Honolulu.
Port Angeles,rNov. u Brsp Clan Mc-
Pherson, from Honolulu.
Port TownsenJ, Nov. 23 Sell Dora
Bluhm, from Kahulul.
Port Townsend, Nov. 2j Sell Mary E.
Foster, from Honolulu.
Port Townsend, Nov. 26-Bkt Kllkltat,
Victoria, Nov. 26-Bk Carrollton from
A ladles' purse with owner's name on
It has been lost Reward Is off ere 1.
Sec Lost column. -'
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M'U Ml. NOMI'KS.
BAIK1AINS IN JEWrtHY-ml cm r't ttifm l
M K LICAS, to) llettl SI. I n Lntr.vlni!
.ni.n.r.tlnir dnn., ,wi.
NO! ICr TO IIIJlinrHS-The Union Eirttn Co
his WHI1E SANIllOtt SAtF t.nlf
WAHUIi-l'ostllons lor Stt.Jy Drivers
" 1 SltaJv Ltint
" t k.lH S.tismtn
" j tlooVkp.ts
Dom. stll p4ltlos tor l.rn.le hlp
R.W.Atkhson, room 11. Miitoon HU . Merchant St
llANTEO Flrst-cUss c.rrtnt.ri Arr'y t one.
" l H.cVfi.U tlul'Jint, Trr4 tl.rrlson. con
Iraclor. no )H
ANTED Jfwttrr. ttfaJy ptsMlon offtti J t the
ripnt man. H. w. t u i tK, how m. imw
1ANTCD-Hnitd and retort fry tounir man ani
t uttie kid in tnvatt iimuy,
P. O. Hon tt. 1604 1
WANTED A ) nun j man Hh exptrlencr In rclH
grocery tmlne ilo work for Urj firm with
gooJ protpecti of advanremtnt. Mu' b well re
commenJeJ. AdJresi A. D-. at thl office. iyo-tl
WANTED Room lor llthf hoimkieplnn; hy man
anJ wife AJ4res "M" Bulletin office. i-ttt
vv Private family fttlttt
cart this office
tlari and rotm by two yountr men,
WANTED-'Your e man as tllll Clfrtc In wholesa'e
grocery home. Mutbaa trot-J penman, quick
and correct at figure. Ad J en in on hand rltng
ith refetece "X"care miaomce. ipob-iw
A Shipment of the Celebrated
' Neverout Bicycle
and Buggy Lamps !
Guaranteed Not to Blow or Go Out.
E. 0. HALL & SONS, Ltd.
KING STRBBT. HONOLULU.
The Renln ItulliUn. U wnt
WANTED Ten oune men or young womrn to
team tetrgr.rny anJ act a. or.rtnri lor th
Wlit'.M T.l.sraph Sj.lnn. ArrlyF.J CHOS
i6ill Magon DullJlng.
W M p. IL'CAS. .0 HoHl St.
iWANTED-WATCHESIo KPaPrby otl.r IM
" year. txr.rlnc.. O. DIETZ, alt Nuuanu 51
OtD PAPERS TO EXCIUNOE lorcL.nCot.
ion Raei.At,rPly!L,iJiL,'i'9.l'ici' "JV"
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER" ROOM -
Oysters aervai n tri. shell onW Try his
lamous Ham and ErK Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hit.' strxts. W.M. LUCAS, Profrletor
TO RENT furnished room. Car Jen Lane, Enquire
ol Mrs. McConnel, oil Union street, No. 9 C.rden
TO LET Nkelv lurnlshed room olth u ol parlor,
lth private lamllv. Apply Ueretanla street
near pumping station 1100-iw
COR RENT Hay window room, lurn'shej lor
1 gentleman Address "A "at this Office l6o8-iw
TO LET Furnished room only J) month. 6.6 Vln
yard street. 1 .oats Irnm Queen Hole!. ttp6-iw
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner ol M.klkl and
Wilder Avenues. Apply on premises. i6?6-tm
FOR RENT To rew brick stores, best location
in th city, trench plate show windows. Inquire
at the New Lngland L'akery, Hotel St lovl!
We are not Selling Furnitare
On The Installment Plan
, But you can
Save 25 per cent
by buying your furniture for cash at
I. X. L.
Have Some Style
Your Smoking Friends
II. J. NOLTE has on vltw at the
UliAVER RE8TAUIJANT the
Cigar Holders, Etc.,
you ever saw. Personally selecteJ.
All requisites for smokers at prices to
BEST TOBACCO, CIGARS and
At a Special MtetlnE of THE WASH
INGTON MERCANTILE CO., LTD.,
Edward T. Grady was. elected rreasuie,
vice Arthur Harrison, reslpned.
GEORGE E. MORGAN.
P.O.Box 961 Tel. 941
SA G -HAN,
Latest StIes, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast H'ack or any color
05 Hotel St., NenrFort
Large Airy Mosquito
EVERYTHING NEW AND CO.ttrORTAULE
The New Era !
The New Two-story Lodging Ilcuse on
Fort St. t-etween Vineyard and School.
Only live minutes walk li the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walktothe post
office. LAROL- LASAIS AM) VERANDAH.
tVERYTHING 01 THL REST. For terms
apply pn premises from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLU
It lias'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
FOR SALE rurnlltireo hou. g room, oppor
tunity fo uinvi City location. Atkinson,
Macron nulMlriR. Koom u,m
PR SALE PeJIerie tot iff rler rup Arp'y T.
C.WILLS. Mhau. Hawaii l!!1!
FOR SLE-A cat rlepel boat of tht lollnwlne
dioinlon 1 1 lt If ne'h over all 8 ( tt ix
N-am 4 (cct x Jraucht, non-cirlablf and non
linkable. &u lb nuHde (eai batiait. A (it ill r
easily manatrcJ 1 y on rrrwm Hull, par ani tall
in koo4 condition. !iw ropek f r h.ilyarJt anJ f 1J
ln an vtr r umher rari'cthra arplv at nftir M
llawa Ian Trcvt & I r vestment C.omrany 400 i on at.
COR SALH A cconihani ruM-wooJ cas rlno(
a snoJ as new. heap.
Aiircii ' J thlt office.
Must be so J quick
FOR SALE A leconi-lunJ Remlne on Tpwrlter
In koJ cinJMon Call at Pacific Oclerv oow
COR SALE rour lots, Ilotrm t , K'arahulu, Wal
1 klkl. $)oo rich. Jells Barber, 41 King St. w-tf
COR SALE-FIRST-CLASS SADDLE HORSES
I CAIT. A A roX. l6g-tl
COR SALE A larpe down ton Ware'ifua
centrally locateJ LoJclne Home 1 coti;
liusiness I'rnrrty in heart ot citv resUi
H bN R Y WATEtfHnusE & CO.
FOR SALE OR RENTi-A 1 acre L01 In Nuuanu
Vat lev, with Larje Ifnuve anJ Serral Cottages.
HENRY WATERIUUSb ACQ. i6gyH
THE bit 1 cent clar In town Is the " XLONFI
1 to be had at the Myrtte Clear Store net to Or
h'um. All klnJs of Manila clears a p Hjliv
FOR SALE One Smith Premier Mjerlter t
cooi as new for sale cheap. Inquire of A 1
BROCK, room to . JtJi RuilJing. 16- -tf
NEARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO f t sale a
birjalt. Arr'y J18 B Tetania trevt, nar
Pumping Station. , liV.!
COR SALE CHEA 1 level lots, 10-xvufeet, at
' Ka'mukii also t least one i-Stor H use of 8
rooms, with grounds co too large s'a'li and ser
vants' rooms; alo 1 Houses ana Lot rn Youpg
street Arrlv to II. CORAU.M, at (iilnbabin & Co.
Quen street. i6i6-im
FOR SALE $too, rutnltureof jro, mej iOttage
near town, with privilege of renting cnttage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE St CO..
716 Merchant St.
COR SALE LOTS In "a-ama near town. All sites
anJ rrlces. Apt' v to
JAM SAV1DGE h CO..
10ft Mercha nt at.
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
w.S!fiflr MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor "AY BU.LD.NO. BERETANIft ST.
Constantly on Hand.
FRESH SALMON ,
Metropolitan Meat C
BITRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol the City
Leasehold, King street, long term, very
)6! Acres Land, Maul, near Makawao.
to Choice LjU, each 50M00, Kaplolanl
House and Lot, Wllderave., only fiooo.
LoJjIng House, centrallv located, only
House and Lot, Kewalo, very cheap.
Desirable Building Lot, King street, 6s
Money to Loan on approved security.
PR SALE $4000. Ieattholi on Qiuen s ret.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 )ears to run,
SrleniU Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGC, & CO..
" ' toft Aterchant street
FOR SALC A pa'r ol Hack ech horses formerly
the property of Wm. O Irwin, taj. Apr'y to
Jame Catty, American Stablei, Merchant ana Wlch-
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF Vit
1,11 r. uyj. m. vivas
Fine Job Printing at
NOTICE TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS.
Public Accountants are requested to
make prompt returns to the Treasury of all
collections on Government account to De
cember 31, 1900, and to send in their
swern statements tnereof to the Auditing
Department without delay.
Honolulu accountants not later than Jan
uar sth.. tool, and those residing on the
other Islandnnot later than January loth.,
When the last remittance Is made on
account of tyoo receipts, advise the Treas'
ury Department to that effect.
H. C. AUSTIN
THEO. F. LANSING
L. II. DEE, Prop.
1 OST-A LADIES PURSE with owntri name, cn
L talnhff mon-y ani pap'rs. lnt WeJnc4ay IV
ttn pos ofI.ce an.1 Hart (C6 Cream t-'attor Ri
wrj tor return tn thltftice . ijf -iw
CTHAYI D OR STOLbN-A fox terrier Jo fron
- tht! MaLlkl district Name cf urS rslcneJ on
collar. Reward w tl te paU ani no question! atkeJ
It Information leaJInz to therecoveryof the log It
left at residence, corner Keeaumoku ani Duminis bts
W.M Omari. iTwlt
LOST A piece of hrne$ on Klnp street between
the Government llutlJInr ani Waikikl Annex
rinierpieaw return tame to the UNION hEED CO
a n ii receive reward m m ifaoe-M
LOST-A Rouni Hadce with a Ilowlin; LmHem on
It. A libera reward la offered for the rilurn of
lame to thlt office. i6yiiw
f OST a poll 'enameled pin; monojrram U. S.,
- Incrlmvon nnd gJt, Tinder please return to
this offii'e ani receive reward tf
FOUND-A purve fuind n PJCtdc HelKhtt C'ectrlc
Car. Tlukselvlne Day uan t had tv owner
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALD BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
iro Ine property and paying for thlt notice.
Waring fit Co
ring fit Co
FOUND-At corner of Klne treet ani Waikikl
roai. an 18 K cold HedJInc rinif Tinier can
hae tame by calling at UtU office ani paying c
of aavtriiiinj; ioa
HINTING I Prepared to till or.
RODUCED 7 tiers until 4 p. m
BOHPTLY Saturdays. . . ,
JUST. ARRIVED !
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods.
Collar and Cuff Boxes,
Etc.. Etc. ,
M 8T0I IN AND SEE THEM. "
a HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
lyA. H. OTIS. Von Holt Block, King Street. 0. A. Bierback.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Franclspp.' Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or whowlll furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market ttl!p)jt Stag's, p. g
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices AirnlsheJ trpon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepareJ to furnish special design.
Wa KTatcHa "Wiiile H"o-o. Sleep,
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
(18 MBRCAHTILE PRINTIHG
r Queen Street,
irner ol Fort Street.
Tho water front Is quite busy nt the
present time which Is In Btrong con
trast with tho condition, that existed a
week ago. Vessel from various parti
nro coming In dally, nnd discharging
their heavy cargoes at tho various
wharves, Tho puffing of tho cnglii-s
oml shouting of the natives wlcn
myriads of trucks coming and goliu
with goods consigned to various
agents nnd houses, strlktM tho nverngo
tenderfoot with tho Importance of Ho
nolulu from n commercial standpoint.
R.llsbl. W.tchm.n furntsh.1 (or stor.s .nJ property.
.Dd confid.ntl.l work ol .tl sorts :i
OfflcB Room 4 Model Block
B.st City r.l.r.nc.s tornliUl. D.I.OI.
P. O. BOX M4.
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All sizes on itanj with
necessary fittings ; also
Laundry Tubs, Etc,
LEWERS & COOKE.
STOCK ami BOND BROKERS ,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, , or orJereJ from
jlftgL,' l'T-. . (
, At. .'li-i,mt l.v
. JAi. -i.t-M.U .'. ,