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MPf' ' "' ' A .... , ,. - , . .. ", . ,EVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JANUAnY 21, 1901
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SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED.
PUTS INTO PORT FOR
MICH NEEDED REPAIRS
Freight of Men who Have Lost Health
for Their Country Capt. Frazler
In Charge-Col. Daggett
Tha unexpected arrival of the United
States tranport Warren yesterday in
the harbor, and tho arrival of the II
31. S. Miouera from Vancouver on her
nay to the Colonies, made the wattr
front In tho vicinity of tho government
iocks quite lively all day. The Warren
not heliiB expected here, was reporul
as tlw transport Solace, which Is due
iero most any time. Tho Warren was
on her way from Manila to San Fran
clsco, when as a matter of safety anil
jrecautlon It was found necessary to
mko this port In order that she might
lae repairs made to her boilers that
ero of a very urgent nature.
Tho Warren left Son Francisco tha
ulddle of last August and In nil this
tinio since, she lias, with tho exception
of six days kept her fires going, and It
is not to be uondered that sho Is In
.need of repairs to her machinery.
The Warren left Manila on December
20 and up to the time of reaching hero
she experienced rough weather. Sho
juide tery poor time, owing to the con
dillon of her machinery, coupled with
till fact that her bottom Is very foul.
Tho transport Is commanded by Cap
tain F. E. Frazler, whllo Captain 1. L.
idles, A. Q. M. U. S. V., Is tho transpoit
Quartet master. Captain Miles has ber-n
In the army for the past ten yens
counting his cmlettriilp at West Point.
. a member of the 1 tth Heglment ho
distinguished himself on tho field of
Initio In tho Philippines, and ha was
rewarded by being made n captain of
volunteers. Captain Miles was with
iho Mrst expedition sent to tho Philip
plnrn in I80S. Slnco leaving San Fran
claco the Vnrren has seen much sor
Tlre. From San Franelsco she went tu
Nagasaki and from there to Mnntli.
From Manila sho went to tho southern
parts of Luzon and back to Manila. Af
terwards sho was ordered to Tnku and
conveyed tho Hth Infantry from China
to tho Philippines.
on hoard tho Warren Is Colonel A.
3. Daggett of tho Hth Infantry, who In
ill probability will receive n brigadier
generalship for his valuable services
in China, etc. Col. Daggett dates hla
services In tho nrmy back to tho Civil
Aboard the transport arc 53fi soldiers
il of whom aro discharged soldiers, 405
ro on tho disability list and 20 nro on
euard duty In the hospital crops, Thcro
ire also 107 dead soldiers on umnl
ho will find a place of,resti In tho
miutry and under the (lag for whlcn
they gavo up their lives.
Is now prepared to do
AH kinds of
Kawaluhao Street, near South Street.
83 Uptown Office,
110 HOTEL STREET, Old Elite Building.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 73.
Among the list of dead nppoar tho
.nes of William P. Elliott, Lieutenant
Commander In the Navy, and Walter T.
Stack, first lieutenant, 4"th Infantry.
During tho voyage from Manila three
soldiers passed away, two of dysentery
and one of consumption.
Tho Wnrren will bo compelled to re
main here for several days, as It will
take Bome time to make the necessary
repairs to her machinery.
Australian Minister Dead.
Sydney, N. S. W., Jan, 10. Sir James
Robert Dickson, Minister of Defence, Is
the new FeJeral Cabinet, died today.
The annual meeting of the PACIFIC
CLUB will be helJ FEBRUARY 4th.
1901, at the Club Houe at 7:30 p. Al.
1743-Gt e. 0. d. Secretary.
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
Tl e annual meeting of the stockholders
of the OLAA SUGAK COMPANYLIMITED,
will be held at the rooms of the Clumber
of Commerce, In Honolulu, on Wednesday
January 30, lyoi, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
Bv order of the Hoard of Directors.
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Treasurer Olai Sugir Co., Ltd.
Dated Honolulu, T.H., January 21, loot.
At the annual meeting, January 17th, of
me People's ice and KefrlK'ratltiK Co.,
Ltd,, the following officers were elected tn
serve for the ensuing year:
J. A. McCandles, President.
J. A. Magoon, Vice-President.
A. B. Wood, Treasurer
1 . W. Hobron, Auditor.
William O. Atwater, Secretary.
The above also constitute the Iln.inl nf
Directors. WILLI -MO. aTYVaTER.
Will be received at the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works till 12
o'clock, noon, Wednesday, January 2jrd,
fur the construction of foundations for Gar
Plans and specifications at the ofii:e of
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
January 21st, loot.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
1743-at Supt. of Public Works
For printing and binding Volume 13, Ha
waiian Reports, will be received by the
undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, January
24, iqoi. For particulars apply to the
undersigned, vilio will not be bound to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
1741-td Clerk Judiciary Dept. )
Weather Uurcau, Punahou, January
21. Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 77.
Barometer at a. m. 30.12. Steady.
Dew Point CCF.
Humidity at fl a. m. G2 iif cnt.
Diamond Head Signal SMtlun. Jan
uary 21. Weuther clear; vlnd moder
Saturday, January 19.
Stmr Claudlne. Parker, from Hawaii
and Atoul ports; 5 horses, 5 cows, 50 sks
corn, 138 hides, 101 hogs, 145 pkgs sun
d.les. Am bkt Kllkltat, Cutler, 23 days from
Port Gamble, lumber for Wilier & Co.
Sunday, January 20.
C-A S S Mlowera, Hemming, from
Vancouver via Victoria, pass and freight.
U S A T Warren, Frazler, 22 days from
Manila, disabled and dead soldiers off le
gular course, put In for repairs to boilers.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Kaunakakal
with sugar, machinery for Eleele, will
finish loadli g here and leave for Eleele.
Stmr W.U.Hall, Thompson, from Na
wlllwlll anJ Kauai ports; 1850 sks L A A
sugar, II Ilackfeld & Co; 450 sks K P A
sugar, II Ha.kfeld V Co; Go sks rice, 55
Stmr Noeau, Pederson, from Hanamau
lu; 4340 sks A, B ami P H S sugar, 2
boxes mdse, 1 sk mdse.
Stmr Maul, Lane, from Maul and Ha
waii ports; luskstaro, 82 sks corn, 1
horse, 34 hogs. 133 pkgs sundries.
Svhr Lady, from Kuolau ports.
Monday, January 21.
K S Stmr Albion, 13 days from San
Frai Cisco, cold storage. Honolulu JAM Co.
Ltd and general consignment.
Stmr Lehua. Bennett, from K.inn.i-
Kakal with engine and machinery.
Sunday, January 20.
Mlowera, Hemming, for the
Monday, January 21,
1 Cummins, Searle, for Koo-
Gas schr Malolo, Nelson, for Koolau
TO HAIL nilB AFTEHNOON.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Eletle at 5 p m.
From. Hawaii anJ Maul pj ts, per stmr
Claudlne, Jan 10 Hon Sam Parker and
wife, II R McFarl.ne, Capt .1 Ross Paul
Jarrett, E Suhr and wife, Miss Frauck,
Sam Parker, Jr, Norm-in Lyman, Airs Jo
si !), Master Geo Rosi, Col J W Jones
and wife, Mrs J E Killer and diughter,
Wm Donner and Bride. W R Cathcart,
E A Frave.- and on, H L Holstein, H M
Kanlho, L Achew, J Pietts, Mrs H Arlko
and child, F J Cross, C I ledke. E Brecht,
H Warren, H Cody, T Gussmann, C A
Doyle, C R Collins H A Blglow, A W
Judd, J J Hogan, J W Hakuole, J A Ma
goon and 2 children, H II Harrison, C C
Betting, A Nawahl, W Werrv, Rev F
Teramoto. II C Pratt. W C Schneider,
E R Hendry and 93 deck passengers.
From Maul ports, per stmr Maul, Jan
20 Miss McLaln, J G Graham, wife and
child, C Jensen, J Nevln, S B Harry, J E
Rollers. Maior G Wood. R O Hnctr. C.
Jacox. A N Kepo kal, W A Brown, Ren S
rvapu. langsung, w 1 waiwalole, W D
Lowell. R b Lockwood, J W Kalua and
wile, M Hlpl and wife, W O Smith, J P
Cooke, A U Naone, S Ahml, M Kealnha,
W A Wall. F J Roven. Tori? Ho. C S
Holloway, M McCanii. L Barclnnsen, L
D Tlmmons and 35 deck nas'engers.
From Vancouver vh Victoria, per C-A
S S Mlowera, Jan 20-Mrs Chandler,
Mrs Mull'gan. Mrs Honker. Chandler.
Currle, Rose, Stiout, Thaanan, Gilbert,
Mann, Camero'i, Atann, Bicluteand Todd.
From Kauai port', per stmr W G Hall,
Jan 20 A S Wilcox, wife and nurse, Geo
IfeGw. In Iht tolumH will ht Imtrtid
iua 1 etntl lint out mitrtien; if tttli lip?
inttttiont! 4 ctttfi tut wttk, 40 ttnti two ttttkl,
nj 60 unit o month. Hit If lot ittobttt njvtf
hunt tvtr offtrti tot ptoplt If Honolulu.
CTENOCRAP1IEK WITH SIMKE TIME DURING1
buslnrsi hour, desires to stttnd ti Another
firms correspondence Alftjtosio rf rninm Ad
dress K. II. this office. istl
BARGAINS IN JEWELMY-ycj csn (ret them st
M.F. LtCAS, so Hotel St. Fine bnpivlng
na enameling annt. iu
NOTICE TO BUIIDERS-The Union Espress Co
his WHITE SAND FOR SALE tsfltt
WANTED Mschtne operatnr nil lorelady t Mrs,
Tv Mellls crressmskins; estiHlshmenl. t) Bere-
WANTED-A first-class Wood Turner. Apr y lo
Pacific Mill Co., .'ake, near Owen St. mi
11 ANTEDA re'laMo man asenftrhman.
" Mrs I. H, natch, I
, Pensacota St.
WANTED by a first-class tookke per, a position
-at about S104 per month Bestof retertne's
Apply this office. trio-tw
IIANTE3 Two blacksmith helpers, apply lo
" HENRY WRIGHT Fort St, mauka of Lucas"
M IIK , IT l-' w
X ANTED nf laborers for plantation work: waiter,
"v home, wood and medical service free, R. W.
ATKINSON, Magoon tllock.
WANTED furnished hou-e with four or more
rooms with kitchen. Address W. P D . Hut.
lettn Office. isw-t
WANTED-A filteen year old boy
plumber. Tetnfo ySlabes Hi
C II. Brown.
stenoeraotier and l.eeurlter.
Address "A N " Bulletin Office.
WANTED-WATCHESlcrtepalrby eeler of n
vesrs exrerlenre Just received a fine I ne M
nove'tes, Ci. D1ETZ. 4tT Nuuanu St iToS-tf
WM F. LUCAS. eo Hotel St.
Till1 OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER SOO.M -1
Oysters served n the shell ontt Try his
famous Ham and Eer Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and llTte' streets. WM. LL'CAS, Proprietor.
NEWLY F 'RNI.SHED ROOMS with cool board
Ihome cooklne) Call a corner of Wilder ave-
nueanj Makiki f lerms reasonable. tssi
TO LET New Room House Furnished or unlur
nlshed. ATKINSON. Magoon flullJIns;.
pURNISHED ROOMS-Flner front lurnlshed plas
1 te'el room. Apply No. is, School St. fT)9-iw
TO LET reslrable house of T rooms, bath, good
location. Just finished. Rent Sit so monthly.
rpf iy uenre s.ni.3ir.u oc v.y , juja uunainf ,
PR RENT Cot's re nJ furnished house keep In t;
rooms, Cottaee (ircve Klnr St.
iTT-tl r. E. KINO.
TO LET Selton House, well furnished rooms with
btard. Young St , near Pllkol. iT6-lmo
OtlSE TO RENT on the comer of Maklkl and
tlder Avenues. Apply on premises ms-im
TO RENT Turnlshed room. Garden Lane. Enijulre
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. 9 Garden
FOR AI r.
COR SALP-Clgar Store and Soda Water stand
splerdld location. Open lor !m estimation. Ap-
p y no. iso4,i on t. it)9-iw
FORSAtE A large. upright k'nab piano In good
condition for fx-o. Address ' W' this office. i-lf
COR SALE Either one or both of a team of black
mares, pentieand kind Henry w. Howard
FOR SALE Furniture of 6 rooms house, coid and
new with opt on of renting house. ATKINSON,
Rcom ii Magoon Hu Idlng Merchant St.
on YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only fio a
M montn. P. H Huriette. yt King St.
HOU E AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
Ii.soo. P. II Burnette, jo King St.
LOTS- Kaplolanl, on easy terms. P. II. Burnette,
HOUSE AND LOT-Puunul, very cheap P, II.
Burnette. lo King St.
HOUSE AND LOT-Asylum Road, near King. P.
II. Burnette. w King hi
FOR SALE One erh sM-4 and 6 horsepower
MIETZ (t WEISS KEROSENE OIL EMOIIES, (new)
Inquire of J. Emhelutm. hi King St. itji-II
FOR SALF A few Imported milch cows.
J. M. VIVAS.
PR SALE Cheap, s family mare, harness and an
ocen bugev. Addiv lo
soe Merchant St.
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
' centrally located Lodging House and cittage.
Business Property In heart of city residence property
HhNRY WAfERHOUbE St CO. ifm-tl
FOR SALE OR RENT-A j acts Lot In Nuuanu
Valley, with Large House and Several Cottages
HENRY WATERHOUSE tl CO. 1601..II
THE best j cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store neat toOr-
pneum. ah Kinas of wanna cigars a specialty.
EARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO lor sale at a
bifpali. ApdiV icJ FIrUii1ai fft. nar
Pumping Stitlon 68 r if
FOR SALE $ too. Futnituraof jroomeicottjct
near (own. wlih prlvllece of rentln? coHjicc.
WILLIAM SAV1DGE & CO..
k6 Mirchint S.
COR SALE $4000. Leasehold on Qutrn itcet.
- near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 yean to run,
SptenJIi Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. 8c CO..
tofi Merchant street
LOSTA moJel I) Cleveland bicycle No. no.
Finder rU-ate return lo dtORGfa HAYELDEN
at II. May & Co. ari recehe liberal reward. trtS-tw
COUND-AVou Jan. 1st, n small skiff marked No.
owner can have ihe same by pavine for this
npijf m i7.irK o.ona 1 ia PAV.n
H Falrchlld, W A Kinney, W Spauldlnjr,
Miss Tlsen. M Rosenbledt, D Conway,
I f.,nifl.i linn I tr L'nnI...Al D.t.. Mi.
.. "mimuii, iiui, 1 iMiailfdli OUUCU ISCI'
son, Frank Wll'on, Masuda, F Crcighton,
Ah Pow, Wonc Chans, A G Correa,
Jumes Patrick. G Steruenance. D iVada
and 36 deck pasenger .
THE C0NSUEL0 ATTACHED
U. It. Hendry, chief offlco ilejiuty of
tho United States Marshal, returned In
tho Claudlne from Mnhukonn, where, he
attached tho hrlnntlno Consuelo undrv
a llliel In admiralty for salvage brought
by n. U. Hind, owner of tho steamer
Captain A. a. Page, master of tlvj
Consuelo, gnvo hla power of attornFy
for arranging n bond In release to R. A.
leaser, agent of tho vessel, who with
his nttorney, II. h. Holstein. accom
panied Deputy Marshal Hendry to
town. This morning the arrangements
rcgnrdlng tho bond were making prog
ress. Ileforo leaving Mnhukonn M.
Hendry Installed S. K. Kaunamano as
keeper of tho vessel pending further
Claudlne Wan Ashore.
Walluku, Jan. 19. The steamer
Claudlne got nshoro at Maalaea Buy
early this morning. The steamer .Maul
'left for Knhulul harbor at 9 a, m. for
Maalaea via Kahnlui to take off the
Ottawa, Jan, 10. The bluo book on
publlo accounts of tho Dominion for
tho financial year ending Juno 30 Ins
Just been published. It bIiows tho re
ceipts of tho consolidated fund nceount
were $51,029,994, against SIia.T41.2S0 fur
1S99. Tho consolidated fund bIiows a
surplus of $8,031,711 against $1,837,749
To the Public 9-
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son. Llm'ted. are now the recoRnld
Agents for CLBVOLAND BICYCLES for the Hawaiian Islands,
the recent arrangements ol ou Mr. K. C. Lennle having been ap
proved of by the undersigned.
Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we recelveJ anothei shipment of...
and can satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
The Cleveland Is...
& A GOOD BICYCLE
CALL AT BICYCLE -DEPARTMENT
ON Jnd FLOOR OF NEW STORE 1
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Comer Fort and King Streets.
4-l'rt4-l 14 4 --f
Jas. F. Morgan
II 03 Queen Strret
.. .OF ...
FERNS and - PALMS
On Tuesday, Jan. 22nd,
AT 10 OCLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction a large assortment
of verv FINE and RAHE HOT HOUSE
PLANTS. PALMS and FERNS, VIO
LETS, GERANIUMS, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan.
On Tuesday, Jan. 22nd,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
at the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co's
whaif, I will sell at Public Auction for
account of whom It may concern, 622 bags
more or less of H. S. Co. and P. S. M.
Hawaiian Sugar, slightly damaged by salt
waier e. 3. s. iwALAm,
Hie above will be sold
in lots to suit
Jas. F. Morgan,
Z tt,t? t i t "i
On Thursday, Jan. 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. W. E. Burnett,
Klnau street, near KeeaumoUu, next to the
residence of Air. J. M, Oat, I will sell at
Public Auction the entire household furni
ture, consisting In part of
Fine upholstered parlor furniture.
Large center rugs
Curtains and drareties.
Parlor and easy chairs.
Oak and Iron bedsteads.
Mahogany bureau, oak bureaus, wash
stands. Hair mattresses.
Fine oak dining table and china closet.
New Ha vl land dinner set.
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, linen.
Gurney Ice box. r
Kitchen utensils, etc., etc.
Jas, F. Morgan.
FOR 1901 !
fhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LOT, Go ft. by'soo
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKfc THE FIRST, with
lot 6j ft. by 120 ft. ,
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
Hiah ground, fcxcelleiitneluhbor.
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Larce trees.
Inquire of C. BOLI E,
10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf Pensacola Street.
AMERICAN BIOYOLE CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO niONCH
Cleveland Sales Department
By G. A. Merril,
Constantly on Hand.
EVERY MONTH. '
Metropolitan Meat l
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid. Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig. Brant. Belgian Hare. Etc.
SMOKED AlEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh everv day. Tongues, Clipped
Berf, Etc. Alw Sweet Bread, Brains.
Calves Liver, Tripe. Calves' Feet and
BUTTL-R, EKgs, Cheese. Pl.kles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Appl-s, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small, In
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be hadat our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert l.ewers, Charles M.
Cooke and F. J. Lawny, under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKE,
Is this day dissolved bv mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed bv the corporation, and all
amount due the firm arc made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks art extended to those who
have given patronage to the firm
which Is now dissolved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWBR6 & COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE. LlmlltJ,
PrtslJen' tJ LoEV
Vke-I'mMent, . .W.W. Habpis
Sec'y anJ Trtas W. A HsDDCN
AuJitor C. H Cookb
Director RorilkT I cuius
Director Chas. M. Cooke
Honolulu Dec. u, 100.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
, CORNER FORT
' AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
UUT CALL AT THE .
AND SAVE IT WILL PAY YOU TO
"". " BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture' Store
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR FORT.
P.O. BO.V 535. s. W. LLTJFRCU,