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; I2x I2L.IHU THOMPSON,
THE EVBNtSO BUUlJTlNj ilNOLU!,U. Id I.. IHUKSrAY,
PERFUMBS, PERFUME CASES, TOILET SETS
Roger & Gallet's, Plnaud'e,
and other makes, at Reduced Prices.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
R. W. ATKINSON
K Toff ice J
For Reliable Help,
Houses and Rooms,
FURNISHED OH UNFURNISHLD.
Room ii, Atagoon Bid.,
A. Cownn, Manager.
FOR SALE !
Tliothoroiighbreilmare VENUS, eight
years old. SlreA'erona. First dam I1J1
Inda. For extensive nedlKrce see Am-
(V erlcan Stock Book. This maro Is neil
known. She holds the Islands record
for ai rnllo dash (1:1G) and Vi mllo
i Also tho three yeir old stallloa
5 STAR. Sire Charles 8., by Albert W,
wby Electioneer. Dam, Fashion, by 0.
M, Patchen. This horse Ib a beautiful
mahogany bay, sound and perfectly
These two horses may be seen at the
Kaplolanl race track. Ask for M. L.
Embassador to Italy.
Washington, Dec. 5. It was
quite generally expocted that the nom
ination of George von L. Moyer tf
Massachusetts to bo embasaclor to
5 Italy would bo sent to tho Benato to-
r .. i.... A wAnonn II .11.1 nnK rn
utxit UUL IUI euuiu Ituowi fc " ..w.u..
inoui;n It IS SUM exiieticu uiu no
receive tho nomination very soon,
SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
For Sale by Everybody !
Watch for the ;
OI LLWia fcr iwU.,
In this space To-morrow.
De Wet Evaded the
British Under Knox
London, Dec. 6. A London news
agency publtsnes a dispatch from Pre
toria saying that fighting has been go
ing on for four days at Dronkhorst
spruit, cast of Pretoria; that Com
mandants Vlljoen and Erasmus, with
500 Doers, are now surrounded and
that 80 Doers have neon killed.
At tho war otflco this dispatch is
characterized as belated Information
regarding tho events covered In the of
flclat dispatches from Lord Kitchener,
dated lllocmfontcln, November 30th,
although the statement that the lloors
woro surrounded Is not supported ofll
daily. London, Dec. 5. Tho war ofllco
has received tho following from Lord
Kitchener, tinted Uloomfontcln, Uecem
Der Eth: "Oenernl Knox re-engaged
j;o Wet near Bethulle, on tho Smith
Hold road, yesterday. Ho tlrovo tho
enemy from nil their positions beforo
i.rak, when they retreated northward.
Colonol Pitcher assisted by a turning
movement on Knox's left."
Lord Kitchener also reports several
YACHT FOR THB PRINCB.
London, Dec. 3. The mystery of
the two racing yachts now being built
on the Clytlo aftor Watson's designs
Is explained. One is Llpton's challen
ger at the yards of Denny Dros., at
Dumbarton, whllo tho other, at Hen
derson's yard, Is for tho Prince of
Wales, who Is having tho yncht built
to have trial races with tho Shamrock.
When Llpton and party visited Mud
sldo recently they had plans and mod
ols of two boats. Compared In pro
nto and section tho boats havo a
strong resemblance. Kven In draught
tho dlfTerenro Is less than might havo
been expected from changes and rules
under which they nro bu.... When the
boats start their trial races It Is ex
pected that tho Prlnco of Wales will
sail aboard his now boat In somo of
Weather Bureau, Punahou, December
13. Temperature Morning minim,
73; Midday maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 301.09. Irregular.
Dew Point OOF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, De
cember 13. Weather hazy; wind light
Rapid Transit Co.
Are to Rush Work
There Is a vigorous kick on tho part
of citizens living along on Wilder nvu
nuo against the work of the men of the
Rapid Transit Co. for that thorough'
faro all the way from tho Punahou road
to tho fire station has been dug up for
tho purpose of putting down the tracks.
Aside from the Inconvenience of clti
zens being forced to awnlt tho loading
of carts before being nblo to pass on
In their carriages, there Is a section In
tho charter of the company, contained
in tho Session Laws of 1893, wh'.cn
reads as follows:
"In laying down the said tracks, not
moro than ono block on ono lino shall'
bo obstructed at any one time, and tho
work shall be, carried on continuously
It haB been learned that tho Rapid
Transit Co. haB taken over A. I'.
Cooko'a rock crushing plant in Palolo
valley for thA space of one year and
for thj consideration of $500 per montn.
This means that the company will be
ablo to control largo quantities of ma
cadam and this In Its turn means thit
the work will be much moro rapid than
at present. Tho state of affairs on Wil
der avenue has been caused by I lib
small amount of macadam the com
pany has been able to secure at any one
time. Now that condition has been ob
viated, there will soon be no longer any
cause for complaint.
Anna Oertz petitions for probate of
tho will of her husband, Christian
Qertz, who died "at Honolulu, January
18, 1897, leaving herself and seven chil
dren. Hearing Is appointed for Jan
Tho Nippon ManT and the transport
Miade got away today on their respec
Jas. F. Morgan
it 88 Quean Stroot
AT AUCTION !
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1900
AT 10 O'CCOCC A. M.,
At my salesroom, QULUN St., I will sell
at Public Auction
Serges, Diagonals and
Aen's Suit Patterns,
Ladies' Skirt Patterns.
Jae. F. Morgan,
Jas. F. Morgan,
-3r33For Sale 1
A New Instrument and in good
Can be seen at my salesroom,
J i QUEEN St.
Jas. F. Morgan.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Health. Honolulu. H. T.. December 12th.
1000. At a m-etlng of the Board held this
day, J. H. Raymond, M. D., was elected
President of the Board of Health, vice
E. C. Winston, Esq., resigned.
I7ii-3t Secretary, Board of Health,
Inspector's office hours will be as follows:
8 to 8:30 a. m., 1 to 1:30 p. in.
No permits will be Issued after office
All plans must be In Ink and drawn up
In an Intelligible form.
Plumbers are to notify the Inspector
during office hours of any work awaiting
first Inspection, which will be promptly
Plumbing work awaiting final Inspec
tlonwlll be attended to Immediately after
notification from plumber that work has
As explanation of nlans are often rtaulr.
ed, the plumber must present plans of
plumbing to this office personally or by
some Intelligent person.
By order of
CHARLES E. AOORE,
I7ii-3t Plumbing Inspector.
SHUT OUT GOOLIES.
Washington, Dec. 4. Senator
Perkins, who Is soon to address tba
senate In favor of tho shin subsidy bill,
win Insist that a clause bo inserted
maKing ic mandatory upon owners
availing theniBolves of American regis,
tors to employ nono but American,
-orn citizens. This provision Is to
poitnln to nil classes of employes and
is Intonded to keep Chinese, Japanese
and other foreigners from securing
worK in Amorlcan bottoms.
James Cowan has filed a demurrer as
a defendant In Hanson vs. ,1'aln nnd
others, bill for dissolution of tho Paid'
M f li,CA, m Hotel 31, F'M rntiln
ml enanelim anaa. !(
NOHCF TO BtMlpFRaTM tJ.loa tifreaa C
ANIUi-On. wMe nJ M lri1f Hl-fiwm,
lutnurieJ AaJreat u L., n.'iatin once.
YOUNG mrr.an, atenoerarUt anj Remlijtnn
" nrTTIIUli IHUII ir ivn('llllll ana f""" ww.
AlJreia Itoi O, l. O City. itii-iw
WANTED"Romi tii fcoarJ, frlTate family pr.
farr.J, by vount nin.niolfe, Americana.
AiJftu JM , ihliolTit. iiiimw
VXMNf Eft-Youn nan aeilrea boiii ml loon In
W private family, AiJteii. lUllnn terml, etc..
ra , Bulletin unci
WANTED-tapetlencel .ewlna (irla. Arp'r Mra.
J A. C.'vln, S.ttie Dry io..a Co irol.lw
WANTED-WATCHES la rep.tr .r eeler ' II
yean eiperl.nc., Jutt rrcrlvti a fine I ne cf
novetllee. (1. DIET, an WuuamiSt ttoill
AN EXPERIENCED Trained Nana eeekt poaltlon,
or oulJ entate bv the day. wee r or month. K,
W. AlUnton, Maioon DM . Merchant St.
WANTED-Poiltloni lor 4 Stilly DRIVERS
I Stuly tUNAS
" Reliable SALESMEN
" . HANDY MEN
DOMESTIC poaltloni tor female help.
R.W.Atkiksoi, room it, Mnoon Dll Merchants!
WANTED A young man with txftrlance In ratall
grocery fcutlnc t to work tor 1 larga firm with
too.1 rfo,rtf of ilvancrinant. Must r wall ra-
commanJeJ AdJretl A. O . at thla officii lTOtf
WANTED Tan younr man or y.unr women to
t.arn t.l.pr.nhv and art aa on.r.tnra for th.
Wlr.ieal Teln raph Ssteu. Apply P. J CROSS
ifeaa.tf Matoan Building.
ANTLCD-ENGRAVING AND ENAMELING.
M F. LUCAS, W HofH M. iMl
LD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clcn Coi-
ton Higi. Apfpiy n Huiitim umc. 15691.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyttcri tervcJ n tht ihII onlv. Try his
famous Him inJ Err Sandwlehtt tnJ Cofftt. Cor
nuutnu ina 11 itrttti. w, 1 iifta, rroprwor.
FURNISHED Front Room rtJucti to Jioptr month.
51 Vlnevard St . 4ott9 fromQuwn hotl. imw
TO LET $fton House, veil furnished rooms with
board Younr St , near Pllkol.
;0R RENT Twonltttv 'urnlshed rooms, Bereta
nla st . next to Dr. Hofftaans. tfcS-tw
TO LET t Newly Furnished Rooms, 60 B. Cottare
Walk opposite School street, Bet ten Fort and
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane Enquire
of Mrs McConnel, off Union street, No 9 Oar Jen
OUSE TO RENT on the corner of Maklkl and
WliJer Avenues. Apply on premises 1676101
COR SALE A fine drlvtnr mare, roes In less than
three minutes, rentle for ladles. Address J J
mis office, (tit
COR SALE A roodsecond-handRem1netonTpe
writer, not much used, prlvilere of examination
can frehad Pacific Cycle Co . F-ri street itii-iw
tf Q nnr. W,LL BUY ' ares, centrally local
"UWU J. all rented, brlnplnir In Sik a month
A jo per cent Inv.stment. W. E. BlVENS. comer
King and Pethel Sts itoq-iw
COR SALE A few shares of Union Express Co'
- -.uh-k. inquire 01 riWKKl AtoiilrtUc. ITQO'I
FOR SUE -A cat rlgtred boat of tht fotlowlnr
dimensions 11 feet length over atl 8 f et ex.
learn, 4 feet ex, draught, noncapsliable and non
sfnkable, 800 lbs outside lead ballast. A fast sal r,
easily manaped by one person Hull, spars and sail
In eood condition New roots fnrhalvrds and fold
ing anchor. For further particulars apply at offkt of
Hawa'lan Trust & Investment Company, 409 Fort St.,
:OR SALE Four lots. Hobron st , Kanahutu, Wat
kiki aTjoo gj.cn. jent career, tving ai. cqmi
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodrlnr House and ccttaM.
Business Property In heart of citv residence rroperty.
HENRY WATEHHOUSE & CO. iM-tf
FOR SALE OH RENT A ! let. Lot In Nuuanu
Vatlev, with Lar Houi. an J Savtral Cottagea.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO -tf
THE tat 1 rent cigar In town Ii tha "COLONEL"
to be hid at the Mynle Cigar Stor. neat to Or
I hum. All klnia of wanlll ctgara a tpectalty
F)R SALE One Smith Premier type r Iter, al
gooi .a new for tala cheap. Inquire of A. T.
BROCK, room iv. JaJJ Building.
NEARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO for aal. at .
bargain. Apply jtt Biretnl. atreet, near
Pumplnr Station. ,6a tf
FOR SALE CHEAP 1 level Iota, tooxaoo feel, at
Kaimuklt .lao t tela. on. a-Storv Hout. of 8
roome. with ground! koiko large .table and aer
vintt roomat ilao . Itouaea an. Lots on Young
atreet. Apply to H. liORMAM, at Grlnbium & Co.,
Queen atreet. i6T6imo
TOR SALE Stoo. Futnltur. of s-roomej cottage
n.ar town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
at6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE LOTS In Palama near town. All tiles
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE 81 CO..
oA Merchant St.
PR SALE Saooo. Leasehold on Queen steel.
near Honolulu Iron Works, aa years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO .
, ao6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. O Irwin, Esa. Apply to
James Carty, American Stlblea, Merchant ind Rich-
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ M VIVAS ixU
LOST, IN HILO, certificate of deposit In Bishop's
Bark, No. no. Payment has been storped on
same .,. 'e9"Jt
LOST A store as a result of the plague, GEO,
I OST-A LADIES PURSE with owners name, con
s'' talnlnr money and paptrs. Lost Wednesday be
tween postoffice and Hart s Ice Cream Parlor, Re
ward for return to this oftice. itoiiw
LOST a sold enameled p'n; monogram U. S., 06
In crlmvon and told. Finder please return to
this office and receive reward tf
FOUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite the
LIU Ice Cream Parlors. GEO. HAM-NEK,
Manufacturing jeweler. iypg. 1 m
COUND-At corner of King street and Wafklkl
- road, an 18 K eold weddlnr rlnr Finder can
have same by calling at this office and paying c st
of advertising. 168 1-1 f
"Pony" Moore and W. S. Longneckcr
nro bound in the Nippon Mani for Ma
nila to lccrult a 1'hlHpplne colony fm
tlio l'nn American Exposition nt nuC
falo. Mr. Moore naB In charge of tho
Philippine village at Omaha In 1863.
Mr. McConnoll, an experienced Midway
concesslannlre, will bo In Honolulu
next month to recruit a Hawaiian col
ony for Buffalo, ho being In tho Baire
show combination as Mr, Moore and
having been In correspondence with
John H, Wilson looking for Hawaiian
talent. The combination has secured
the cyclornma of Kllauea volcano for
Its purposes, and Mr. Mooore counts
on tho Hawaiian exhibit at Paris as an
additional attraction. Mr, Moore lias
been a newspaper man and, on his pres
ent Journey, Is sending back syndicate
letters descriptive of tho places visited.
Htntchoud for Oklahoma,
Washington, Dec. 4, Senator
Fnli banks of Indiana today Introduced
n, bill to admit Oklahoma ns a state,
with two represcntntlvps. Tho usual
piovlslons for a constitutional conven
tion nnd tho grants of laud for stnte
institutions nro made.
and Buggy Lamps !
Guaranteed Not to Blow or Go Out.
E. O. HALL & SONS, Ltd.
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor " BUILDING. BEMTANM ST.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat C
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods.
Collar and Cuff Boxes,
8TOP IN AND SEE THEM.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
L A. H. OTIS. Von Holt Block. Kine Street. 0. A. Bierback.
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all eoods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market O Post 8ts., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to furnish special design.
"We T7v7" tela. "Wliil TZ'o-a. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
(tillable Watchmen furiliried lor atorei aq4 properly, Beit City relirtocea larnlahat. Datactlr.
and coofl iintlal work of .11 aorta, ,i
Office Room 4 Model Block
Terra Cotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All sizes on hand with
necessary fittings ; also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE.
The Evening BulUtln, 71 Mnt pj
B URNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR ALB
In All Parts ot.the City
House and Lot, centrally located, new
houielot 41X200, only (3,800.
Beautiful Home, King St., new house,
20 year lease on land, very cheap.
House and Lot, Wilcox tract, King St.,
only $5,000, a bargalr.
Lot 80x80, Palama, on King St., cheap,
20 year lease to good Business Property.
House and Lot, Wilder Ave , onlv Jjceo
Beach Property, on 40 years lease, cheap
P. O. BOX 2S4.
TOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
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