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- THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 17, 1300.
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Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, May 23, for Road
Machinery for the Hawaiian Govern
ment. Specifications at the oflc of Super
intendent of Pub.lc Work.
The Mln Uter does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
Minister of the Interior.
April 16. 1900. S52U
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Honolulu. IL I., April 13. 1900.
All persons are prohibited, without
warrant or authority of the Board of
Health, from Interfering or meddling
with any traps, snare or bait that may
be set, laid or placed by agents of the
Board of Health for the purpose ot
catching rati, mice or other vermin.
By order of the Board of Health.
S3 19 Secretary.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
hat the hours for irrigation purposes
ire from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and from
i to 6 o'clock p. m.
dupt. Honolulu Water Works,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1899. 6255
11E.NRY WATfclUlOOSE. JK.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ALL CREDITORS OK HENRY WA
terhouse, Jr., deceased, are hereby no
tified to present their claims, duly au
thenticated, and with the proper vouch
ers. If any exist, even It the claim Is
secured by mortgage upon real estate,
to Lyle A. Dickey, my attorney-in-fact,
at the corner of King and Beth
el streets, In Honolulu, or to me at 1006
Sixteenth street, Oakland, California,
within six months from the date of
If euch claims be not presented with
in six months from the date of. this no
tice they shall be forever barred.
Honolulu. H. I.. April 17, A. D. 1900.
GRACE DICKEY WATERHOUSE,
Executrix of the Will of Henry Water
house, Jr., Deceased. 6521-UT
Young Says We Should
An Appropriation Wanted to Improve
Streets in Portuguese
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of E.
I'eck A Co., Ltd., held this day, the fol
lowing officers were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
James L. McLean President
W. Woltera Vice President
E. IVck Treas. & Mgr.
C. C. Conradt Secretary
N. E. Gedge Auditor
The above officers constitute the
Board of Directors.
C. C. CONRADT,
Honolulu, April 13, 1900. 5520
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
jtockhoiders of the HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO. will be held on Fri
iay, April 27, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of amending the By
Laws of f-aid company, at the office of
the Hawaiian Safe & Investment Co.
W. I HOPPER,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the tenth assessment of ten (10) p?r
:ent on the capital etock of the Ilou
ulu Rapid Transit & Land Company
will be due and payable to J. K
Fisher, Treasurer, at 411 Fort street
(upstairs), Honolulu, on the 21 day
vf April Inst. The shares upon which
in assessment may remain unpaid aft
r thirty days from said date, will be
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary II. R. T. & I Co.
Houolulu, April 2d, 1900. 5508
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Au Cou Chock b la this day sold and
assigned all his right, title and inter
est in the rice planting and agricultur
al business of Chong Hing Wal Com
pany at Wailua, Island of Kauai, Ha
waiian Islands, to said Chong Hing
Wal Company, and that said Au Cou
Chock h no longer connected with said
CIIONO HING WAI CO.
Dated, Honolulu. U. I.. April 13, 1900.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
THE FINAL ASSESSMENT OF 10
rent on the Capital Stock of this
Company hns been levied, and will be
'tie and payable at the Company'e of
V APRIL 20th. 1900.
The shares upon which this asaew
nnt may remain unpaid after Msy
Jth, 1900, will b declared dellnrjutnt.
GEORGE R. CARTER,
Kl Treae. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
In the absence of Prezident Dale
from yesterday's eevon of the Council
of Suue, Councilor Kaulukou wad
bhouen to act as chairman. There w.u
a small attendance and routine work
was the main business considered.
Councilors Achi, Robinson, Kuu.ukou,
J owe, Al.en, Gear, Nou, Ka-ne anu
Uonsalvee, and Ministers Moit-Smitn
and Young answered the roll call. At
torney General Cooper was buy In
Councilor Jones, on behalf of the
Committee on Finance Department re
ported that the committee had sum
med up the totals of Act 3, and
the bill had been reprinted and lay
on the desks of the members. The new
total amounted to 49o,9iG.82, being an
increase of iizz,l43 over the amount
a first reported to the Council. The
report was accepted and laid on the
table for consideration with the bill.
Councilor Ka-ne read the report of
the Judiciary Committee, covering sec-
lions z, 3, 4, 5 and of Act 4, wherein
"Your Committee on the Judiciary
and Attorney .-General's Departments
to whom were referred sections 1, 2, 3.
4 5 and S of Act 4, beg leave to report
that we recommend that the sections
pass in the bill with the exception that
sect Von 6 be amended by adding there
to the words 'by the President of the
"A. O. M. ROBERTSON.
"P. K. KA-NE.
"J. L. KAULUKOU."
It was moved by Councilor Jones
that Act 3 p.vs its first reading, which
was effected by a unanimous vote.
Wants Road Repaired.
At this point Councilor Gonsulves
arose to request that a new item be in
serted amounting to 117,000 for the
purpose of widening Miller street from
Punchbowl to Kinau streets and a sim
ilar work performed on Kinau street
between Punchbowl .and Alapai
streets. If this item could not be in
serted then he wanted the assurance
of the Minister of Interior that part of
the ' appropriation of $526,000 for
roads and bridges la Honolulu would
be utilized for straightening out the
streets. During rainy weather chil
dren could not go through the streets
to school, and laborers were forced to
tramp through mud to go to work. The
stone wagons from the quarry were
road destroyers, and both streets were
literally quagmires on wet days. Gear
thought that the big appropriation was
sufficient to Insure street repairs and
improvements as requested, by Mr.
Gon salves. Mr. Young assured the
latter that he would recommend the
Improvements to the Road Supervisor,
and Mr. Gonsalves Eat down, satisfied
with the Minister's promise.
Bill 2 was then taken up line by line
and passed for its second reading, sev
eral corrections being made.
Minister Young asked that a new
item, to be known as 160A, Pol Houses,
Honolulu, $20,000, be inserted. lie
thought $25,000 would b about the
amount needed, but cut the figure
Achi did i.ot believe in the Govern
ment grabbing everything in sight. He
thought an inspector of pol should be
appointed. But building housea for
everything wash bouw, pol housed
and the like was romething they
should not do, as it would Interfere
with private rpntaK
Ac'ai Ea.s Poi.
"There L a law providing fjr in
specting pol. but it is a dead letter,"
saii Mr. Achi. ''I oat poi every day
ar 1 I would like to see it made prop
erly. It will make the people suffer to
have poi made in one place only. The
manufacturers will charge for deliver
ing pol. I don't think it is right to
force It upon us to have pol male In
Minister Young did not think the
treasure would hurt the Hawaiian,
but, to the contrary, would be benefi
cial, especially from a health stand
point. The Government might en
deavor to enforce a regulation requir
ing cement floors, but he did not think
the manufacturers would comply. The
slushings in the present construct
ed houses seeped through floors and
kept the earth beneath wet and Insan
itary. The pol shops were nuisances
as at present constructed.
Achi said the law against pol manu
facture in certain districts was forced
upon the Legislature by people wuo In
tended to form a company to get a
corner on the output of pol. "The na
tives will howl if the Government
takes hold of thla matter," continued
Mr. Achi. "What are the sewers con
structed for. If not to carry off the
Mr. Ka-ne was in favor of Minister
Young's proposition, as he thought
that under Governmental supn islon
adequate place wcu'd be provided for
turning out healthy pol. Minister
Young was certain that the sale of pol
would rot be hindered, but only its
Achi rented tersely: "I want to as
sure the Minister that It onnot be
Adjourned nnt'.l 3 p. m. today.
A special nvrtlne of the stockhold
ers of the Brink of Hawaii Is called for
Tuesday, April 21th.
Ne-w attraction at the Orpfheum to
OF THX OCueORATCD
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"built like a watch2
10.GO MOiJgt'llAVE AlUllVED.
Ow!g ta.the Immense demand for theae popular mounts, the factory has
not teea;able to fill our full order; SO we are holding the few machines we
have received for our palrons who' have left their orders.
PLEASE CALL EARLY or they will all be gone.
Pacific Cycle &
Fort 5tr.eet, Ehlers' B! ck.
It Will Pay You to Call
And i-ee our new sliipmcnt of
Also the newest, styles in
At the lowest prices in the city.
ALL TO WIDOW
of the Late Henry
Entire Estate Valued at Eight-Six
.'Thousand Dollars Left to
Bride Court Notes.
By the will of Henry Waterhouse, Jr.,
which was admitted to probate yester
day in the Circuit Court, the widow of
the deceased, -Grace Dickey Water-
house, is made executrix, without
bonds. The estate is valued at $86,000,
of which $20,000 is in land at corner
Nuuanu and School streets and $66,000
in cash, sugar stock, notes and house
j. t Hackfeld. assignee of S. Ehrllch,
a bankrupt, was discharged in the Cir
cuit Court yesterday.
J. A. Oilman, administrator of the
estate of John Phillips, asks in the Cir
cuit Court for leave to sell the business
of the deceased. He has a cash offer for
Sarah Ann Berger has filed In the Cir
cuit Court Interrogatories in her suit
against her brother, C. W. Booth, and
C. S. Desky. for the annulment of deeds
to Pacific Heights pioperty. She is In
Demetrius O. Camarinos is ordered to
file in the Circuit Court by next Wed
nesday Inventories and acconnts as ad
ministrator of the estate of his late
brother, P. O. Camarinos, and alfo as
his guardian when of unsound mind be
fore his dath.
Emma Baker, widow of Robert Hoa-
plll Baker, petitions for the probating
oi uer late husband's will. She la sole
devisee and lepatee and executrix under
th wl". which wis imd on Arll 3.
1000, the day before he died. Henry
Beckley and j. W. Booth were wit-necfr-H
to the will. The estate !s valued
at $5,175 of which $5000 Is In real estate
An assumpsit suit of John D. Paris
vs. J. Alfred Magoon, administrator of
th es'afe of Anton Fernandez, his
been filed In the Circuit Court. A breirh
of contract Is alleppd by plaintiff with
regard to some cittle from deceased's
raf-h In North Kona.
Three tuits agalnt insurance com
panies arising from the Are of January
2o. wrrp filed on Saturdiy In th" Cir
cuit Court. Thpy wre. Yo""' Chow
vs. the New Zeilird Co.. Yre Wo Chan
tt Co. vs. th" Trans-Atlanta F!re Ir
snrance Co.. Ltd.. ard ee Wo Chan &
Co. vs. th TIimbi'rg-Brrmen Fire In
(Postponed from Feb. 19, 1900.)
UNDER AUSPICES OF
Oahu Lodge No. I, K. of P.
Will be held in Progress Hall,
Tuesday Evening:, April 17,
Grand March at 9 p. m. sharp.
Tickets may be procured from mem
bers on presentation of invitation
cards at the door.
Minister Damon presorted Deputy
ilarshal Chilllneworth with a purse of
$25 as a token of his appreciation of the
officer's services in the handling of late
CHIN WO CO,
lice Oiifl dilSSiOil MlM
P. O. box 1027; Telephone 147.
OFFICE: Formerly at corner oi
Nuuena and Beretanla streets, are
now located at Hop Hing Co., No. 1"
Hotel street. $M
tt. W. MCCHESNEY 3c SONS
Wholesale Grocers and D&tabiLf aft
er and Sola Flnllcgs.
Agents Honolulu Soap Works Coss
chd, Henotmlo. mod Tannery.
are urging the GevermaKst f
hasten the building of t
Filter Plant for
Honolulu owing to the fact
that TYPHOID FEVER v
which Ls now epldeaia is -
caused by the use of
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The price 4s
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Crochry, Gbti Lemps, HoiseFar
Sole Agents for v
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and when we eay that our O
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our repair shop.
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KINO AND BETHEL 8TS.
toL H0PP& CO.