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TDD PACIFIC OOtUJEUClAL AnVEBTlBEB:-OnNOMTI.n, AUGUST 8. I!W.
9 (ration Notices. jSSESSMENT NOTICE. SCENES AT WAIKIKI BATHING BEACH VIEWED BY AN ADVERTISER ARTIST ! V at'.l n-l it IS Mi' prtf ice. tintMBNT of 10 per ent l' j..f Jun- ,' f J,,,y ,0,h' ,00, wm f' ,n m.i dr of October. ' urn r-"ill,,,,n dPtl D ' ,,u, noting i( R, m Chamber, ..ntM J"t ',,lr of July, 1100. J. r. COOKE. Lurr N'"l,u ""' Co- LlJ' , vin it !" wa-aiw VCIAL NOTICE TO SuRarCo, Jssessaoio ocklioldors. DIRECTORS, that th 12th . nrtfor lvrtll a of ,i Jim snl payabt on tht 2nd L t been reduced to 14 D' 4fBt per shar. quo ana pay ...... . . A it ual nt Otibf I"". Pn- rent V month front flept. 1 J. I COOKK. Treasurer OU Sugar C. :;sr.n or ti . wrb given OLA. A CESSMENT NOTICES. kl, AMMment of 2'4 per cnt , ,p.r hnrt on th abov com. id ii now delinquent. Interest txli4 rhrgd from July I h Amint of J'4 per cent , i pr ilur w due July 1st, i ni' pylntf Interest of r-.ni Auut 1st. l'.HM). h A-"m.nt of 3 per cent 1 1 p-r har has been levied to m payshi on h 10th day IjoO, d.-tlniu,nl October 10th, to itx.vit are payable at th Ain.li-r A Paldwln, Ltd.. J. P. COOKK. rf Olaa Hugar Co., Ltd 1 4 Aui'wt tit. 13W). M13-219 AT AUCTION ON FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 1900 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. On the premises of the Oahu Coliese, entrance upper gate Punahou street, I win sell by order of Prof. F. A: Hosmer, at his late residence. HUlbtll'.LU FORNiME Consisting of parlor furniture, cherry carved chamber sets, two oak chamber ets. one handsome brake, bookcases. desks, sewing machine, etc., and ele gant palms and plants, etc., etc. . WILL E. FISHER, Auctr. w II AT on at Walklkl may not all b told. The man who takes a bench on thm barh and watch tha throa In tha water flnda much to atudr. t tmnm in. iiti mni in im iwi uiuunca 01 mm ntin ana ne lives iasons in uretruHlen- to tn dudes who atrlda th sands to show their shapes. The fat nan la always at hnm In th waves. IT alwaya knows how to awlm well, and om e on th traker his avoirdupois serves arreatly to enhance his comfort. Who ever saw a skinny chap who could float I ke the 300-pounder who, serene !i.or his li k, tMa drflaneeito tha buiTeta of the tides, and sleeps calmly half out of wafer? Tlia srilwt ha pictured th- ft man. rfrnr and fan Irv hand, a bottle of soda flitlna near by atta-h-il to his fwlt, and the sea serpent looking on In admiration. The canoers. who, striped In black and red, make a big fuss of the launching of their craft and assure their ladles there Is positively no danger In the sport while they are along, afford no end of fun to the onlookers. The fact Is that the two or three natives who accompany the parties do all the work, and the natty gentlemen, who work with pen and Ink during the week, are mere feeble paddlers who make motions for their sweethearts regard and Im pede the boat's progress but a trifle. The amateur on the surfboard Is a furty sight. H's frantic struggles to emulate the' example of the o'.dtlmer, who moves crto the beach ahead of the wave, are lu dicrous Indeed, and bis pretensions to these ashore that he does not care to ride further than the few feet he does are nor ser steal. The artist has portrayed faithfully the s'glits of the Waikikl resorts and only those who suffer by caricature will deny his art. BY AUTHORITY. TAX API'KAI, COUIIT NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that th Court of Tat Appeals fur the First Judicial Circuit. Inland of Oahu. will alt In the morn of the Chamber of Commerce, on Wednesday, tht tth day of August, 10, at 1:30 p. m., to hear such appeals as may b brought before It- WILLIAM r. ALLEN, President of the Court of Tax Appeals for th Island of Oahu. Honolulu. Aug. 3. 1900. 1(17 ntOPOHALH KIHEI ESSMENT NOTICES. I Wwnent of 10 per t)t or lr of the ahov stork was r :k ir of Jun, im The M Is now delinquent and f be r-il-l affording to by l" ftimpany. lM.wrn.nt of ( per Cent Or I 'Mr li rl-i t'ly. the 1st of . kiter.at will ha eharrert Jir of ptmbf and will -I on the 3'ith.day of Hep- ii A.Mmint of ft pr cent of l lo bT(.nis das on the 1st i"tih.r, io. dellnauenl 31st "r. V.i, payabla at th I inni.ip A r.aldwtn. Jud-I J. P. COOKK, irr Klhel rtantatlon Co. ran canned rntsu MEAT. Ofllco of the tloar.l of Health. -, Honolulu, H. T, August Cth, lftML Proposals will be received at th Of Are of the Hoard of Health op tw 12 'ciock. mn, Wlnday, September ith. 1900, for supplying tb Leper Set tlement with Canned Fresh M'at, for the period ending December 31st, 13M, via: DoO cases, morn or less, 2 do, each) l ib. tins Canned Fresh Meat. f.no casea. more or less, (1 doa. each) J-lb. tins Canned Fresh Meat. (Sam plea to be furnished.) The foregoing supplies are to be de livered In quantities ordered f . o. b. Isl and steamers, and subject to Inspec tion and approval by Agents of tht Hoard of Health. The Hoard does not bind Itself to ac cept the lowest or any proposal. C. II. WOOD, 617 President Hoard of Health. 1 i , AUSTRALIA OFF Crowds Says Aloha atE Wharf. i Scenes cf Sailing . Oft-Repeated. Incidents of the Good ' Ship's Departure. this, and the reason was that 'Ostler Jo had sailed for "furin' " parts on the goo-sl-lp Aorangi on the previous day, an with him went sundry $2.538 the lawfu picperty of sundry good sportsmen wh v. anted a horse badly but didn't care t- pay the Just equivalent for one. Thes wMttle cracks the atmosphere and liug g.ng and kissing and weeping com mences. This lusts seven minutes, when the four lad es tear themselves away and n rh down the gangplank to Hie wharf. 1 l.e geat'oman and other two t idies mcvo to the rail, and as the steamer moves av.ay from the wharf they remove their gentlemen will find solace In the though r.d pelt the four ladles on the dock that only one of mem could have wo rewlth. The gentleman !s traveling to and the others would have donated thel the Coast with his wife and daughter. mcney to a deserving cause anyway. The above Is a sample. There are ether Much surprise was expressed In tow; samples of various kinds. A hundred peo- that McAuliffe omitted to take Antidot Fie may go aboard to say good-tye to one for an ocean voyage also. The horse', ir-sn or woman, and again none, or-but value bas been discounted 75 per cent b: ' ene or two, may go aboard to bid aloha the incident. . , to dozens. And such Is the going away ' Investigation proves that not more tha of the many. T3 was collected, and the general opinio On the decks where the densest crowd Is that Joe was so chagrined at the bio j Is gathered, an almost overpowering and which would Inevitably o'erspread his rep yet subtle perfume Intoxicates the olfac- btat:on should the raffle result In a fizzl ' tcry nerves. It Is the m'mgled scent of that rather than encounter the bantei .-tv .i. .v . a i ro'ny different, flowers, the beautiful trop- Ings of his acquaintances he took the fir who taaes cere or tne stores and busl- ra, nowera 0f Hawaii. Alone, their sweet outse which presented Itselt and "got. n s uptown while everybody Is down on odor needs no description: combined, how- Jej always was of a sensitive dispositio ns wharf seeing .e Australia oft?" In- ever, the perfume s perhaps less pleasing , A few days ago McAuliffe showed i ir.an v isvpowenui. rnena a name account calling for ove t-ergera uanu maintained in enviaoie nuu, so nis numerous weu-wisners nee AT AUCTION SATURDAY, AUG. 11, 1900 ' AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. On the premises on lower Waikikl road, behind -ir. Reeley Shaw's resl I dence, and Ewa of J. A. McCandless. Esq. i By order of Mrs. J. H. McPherson ""emerly Mrs. Theo. C. Porter). I will ell ... v- Household Furniture and Furnishings of the above residence, comprising on .nahogany bedroom set. one antique ak set, originally cost $300: one Stan lard sewing machine. Iron bedstead, ne black walnut cheffonier, one an ilque oak dining table and chairs, ne Kreuger piano, erne antique- oafe ddeboard. piano lamp music , stand, ugs, dishe, stove, crockery, utensils, , .alms, plants, etc. . quired a demure little specimen of feml- The odds In town last night were 5 to that McAuliffe rides Antidote against Am arlno next June. 'OCKHOLDERS' fSUAL MEETING. WKKTINrt nr Tif f1 f lh lUa-allan Dugar ' Saturday. Aug. IStn, at th rooms of f Commerca. for tha pur Mini tr,. hf.iawa L IKd'pitn. lUcretary. AMERICAN BANK OF kaVAII, LTD. ; "RrcriT given that tr llwu. Ltd., have ...... r u p 'lal it. Ms of tha eorpor. ithm thirty daya. at i.t. . 0 ,n orpwrailon. nl O-lln-i'ient August .. U. IIOTD. k ... . recreiarr. r r K, lino. i07 ;o;h g MENT NOTICE. WaiCUlTURAl CO., r niMavKnrE.N CALL- tn!!!hl M' tutu k rf "7"i ua and payabla (Til AtlafMBi ia,,a "hiuaal October 15tH. l '. II fia t Naypmh-e nh. lkML -W. A. IIOWEH, TKKHITOUT OF HAWAII. EXECUTIVE NOTICE. Th Governor direct that notlc b liven that th following persons have been appointed members f tha Tat Appeal Court: first judicial cincuiT. William r. Allen, Praldent. Pamuel K. Kane, Georg IL Carter. . HECOND JUDICIAL CIRCXHT. William A. MaKay. President. Charles Copp, William l Decoto. TIJIIID JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. O. P. Tullock, President John A. Magulra, TLoula 8. Aungat. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUrT. Frederlrli ft. Lyman, President. E. W. Parnard, C. R. Dlacow. FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. William T. Lucas, President. i H. K. Kahele, W. I. Wells. HENIIT R. COOPER, Secretary of tha Territory. Capitol. August 1. 1300. 11W-M13 n'nlty of her stalwart escort on the ri utatlon as a. soother of sad hearts and have no apprehensions that he will fin- Oteanlc wharf about I o'e'.ock yesterday aa ar4urager at , happy ones. How the himself In immediate financial strait afternoon as the old relable Australia o""lla could ever get away without when he strikes the wilds of San Fran ... , , . ... . o Herger's aid Is a contingency too ridicu- Cisco. The rumor that a financial test' waa making ready to get away for San Joug tQ centemp,a(.. , r, (r,,a, win be torK3LTied hlm ,s enUrei rranclaco. They were both malihlnls and Scenes pathetic and humorous, ordinary, unfounded. they had not been 4ong enough In Ilono- Interesting and extraordinary, can be ob- Jce had made his home here for tb Itlu to learn much of the big city in the ""J on ",,cn an occasion as the going pes? rour years and was a capable ma of the Australia. Lovers are temporarily around a horse. During his residenc middle or tha I aclflc ocean. They eyed parted. families broken up for the time here he has handled some of the bee everything and everybody with the ut- lelrg, and friends separated Indefinitely. Torres in the Islands. His work over th mcst Interest, They bad never seen any- Then many are returning to their homes sticks was good, but as a Jockey on th thin Ilk. Ih. .nln.,n .1 th- rf.mgrlnr. -.-....-... rjv.u w r. i . c " 11 mtwlthstandlng the happy times spent of th Australia In their whole lives. They f.ere. Dualness takes many away.. Ne squceaed through the crowds clinging cetrity takes some they may never come bnek. Some go quietly aboard, saying nothing, and bide they will never come beck. Hill collectors see some off. Tears ar shed for many, while some leave fol lowed by words of anger. Prince David was the next to the last man off on the Australia; he was a long time saying farewell to his many friends abcard. National Committeeman Sewall was the very last; .he had to Jump onto the gangplank as It was being lowered. He Jumped with the ease and the grace of a polltic'an. Just before the steamer sailed a sporty lroking Individual wearing auburn hair Mint nlfciard and hnwl 1 aft a .' V a whole soul seems steeped In the spirit of rhfe nor.e w .tandinK ,n a 8p,Cany constructed stall. The auburn-haired gen tleman wept tears of sadness over the animal and the beast Itself was overcome with emotion. The gent'eman had owned the animal for a few bl'ssful moments on the race track. But the beast ran in the wrcng direction by mistake, or something cf the kind, and the gentleman not only clerely to each other; In fact tney had the ui-mlstakable appearance of being a hon ey, moon couple, and stared at each In dividual who wore a lei, or a dozen of them, shed a tear, or kl.ed another good bye. "Let'a stand close to the band, dearie," said th demure one. "I do Juat love to watch that dmtlnguished-looking man beating time; I think he Is too nice for anything. Look! Watch his lips move; he la singing as the l and plays; how his th divine music. Oh! I'm so glad ccm to Honolulu! It's heavenly! .we Its glorious! Everybody se-ems ao happy; It la a new life. Let us always stop her an be happy. Do let'a." "1 will i.v a iiiti. talk with my bank era on th subject," repnea ine ialrt Itaw aft T. t M L. . - 4 1 aV. rT www WILL E. FISHER, Auctr.. If you want to rent a house.. . If you want to buy a home. . If you want to sell your house. . 'If you want to rent your house. . If you have something to auction.-. RING UP Main 79 Will E. Fi&he Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets. Furnished Houses TO O-ELTT BY WILL E. FISHER, leal Estate gent and Auctioneer THE MANSON HOME on tho Wai ikl Road. but grossly material one, gazing Into the lest the horse which he-might have owned AT AUCTION sculful eyes at bis s.de. Hut th crowd la a very big one and so much Is going on worthy of notice that tb. honeymoon coupi can be left to take Chre of themaelvea while other people are watched a Utile. It la curious how the peep., of th big crowd which alwaya fclhrs to wave aloha to th depart.ng ot e on th Australia look at each other. Tlelr glances ar those of pleasant un- but several good dollars besides. When at last the good old Australia pointed her nose to the channel and the bene", was covering itself and everybody else with harmonic glory, the crowd on the wharf and the people on the steamer reached the top-notch of farewell feeling and aloha and waved hats, handkerchiefs, lets and hands; throwing k sses, shouting gocd-bye and straining eyes to get last HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21, F. & A.M. reiUlnty. "Aro you going?" thi.y aem to glimpses of each other. The Australia's ssy; you going to the Coast or are gcre. She 11 come again and tnen when you Jusi down to see som friends off?" she departs there'll be another feast of Htwea 2 and 4 o'clock mi 4 w clock the farewell and flowers. V(il leaves the wharf everytody . goes ateard, ritey prefer to say .rood-bye on beaajl. And then everybody cornea asi t,ain, except, of cour.tr, lhu who are gcing. ho alien on stands on the Aus tralia's decks and -e. the hundreds around him he Is naturally at a loss to kt.uw who la K"I'K and who Is remaining. Unlets he has thoroughly acquainted him self with lh boon and knows, .ach and every Intending pasnenger by sight. Her ar six ladies Ming up the gang way. They are all covered with tHai'tlful lets; on gentleman follows In tneir wake bearing two valises, a hattiox. three or four parcel and an emergency armful of - RAFFLE SPOILED BY THE JOCKEY satet-nmrlling, flowers. Jcreph McAuliffe, Jockey and trainer well known all over the Islands wherever a race horse or two Is gathered together, J has departed from these shores. lie stood not on the order of his going, but went quickly, even aa the poet's' Arabs who fclclcd their tents and silently stole away. THURSDAY, aUG. 9, 19001 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, corner Merchant and Alakea streets, by order of Hon. WILLIAM HAYWOOD, late Conau General. 1 will sell at Public Auction to the highest bldd.. for cash, the lol luwing articles, being the effects of the estate of W. II. IN MAN, deceased: 1 small Gold Watch. 1 Trunk, containing Clothing. 1 Valise. rour o( tne la- Ther will b a icerUI meeting of Ha,. H h tfars In their eyes and the other Jr4 stole awav ar.d a few nlhor thinca wallan Lod,te. Ncx 21. F. A A. M.. at Its two are feeling for the r hanuKerchlef. Hall. Masonlo Tempi, corner of Hotel Are they all going to San FrancUco? We ami Alakea atr-t. THIS Wdnedyl st all see. The six ladies and one ge.i tie- Mr. McAuliffe recently returned from WILL E. FISHER, Auctr. AT AUCTION THURSDAY, Al G 9, 1900 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, corner Merchant and Alakea streets, by order of Hon WILLIAM HAYWOOD, late Consul General. I will sell ut Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing articles, bring the effects of the estate of Mrs. IRENE S. COWLES. deceased. notice: 'r Ai4iH:fvnov. ' l! f.f p i I,., '' I r y .t tha Oahu 'll b- bel.l In ' ' t 1 nV! rk. "r itn. tr-l.tea A 'I r.T,ra nf '' ai -l ar earn t ' lATTOM, ry AMelatt-n. rian. arriving on board, ecrambie. push. Hilo, where he has been following his profess on for the past two months. When KV E.NINO. August 8. at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IN THIRD DEORET3. itH: '1" UV. TnJ "TJ, L"" Members of Pacific Lodge. Ixnlgt of Hre the aentleman deposit h.a baKauKe Uere n rnttWd off the ancient Antidote Progr. and all aojoumlng brethren r.r leys the hunch of Ids in one of th for George Kodlek. The gray gelding be 'it. Tr Pi A ' . li t! a. " "t th. nffli.. t n n- Inveitment fraternally Invited to attend. Hy order of th V. M. K. It. O. WALLACR. Pccretary. MEETING NOTICE. The annual meeting of th Honolulu Chamber rf Cnmmerc will b bld at It r-.tn on Wednesday, August 3, 1W0. at 1 a. m. LLHCTION OP OFFICERS. A full arnd.nnr I. rnneted JAM Hi GORDON 8PEN"KR. Mll Secretary. biinlia Then the four Indies who had tears In thHr eyes take on their lels and bang them around Ire necks of the'two li.de who had teen feeling for the-lr har.dkerrhlef,. and the gentlcmnn. The sti.tlm.n had brought his emergency ri rii h of ll itlong In ca the four lad.es f.fVd to do this. rte!lved of tnls poiil b I ty. he ndrtrns the ladles with the lels frrm the bunk. Thm there Is twenty three mlnis sfadv conversation be tve.n the seven ot them. wh-n thy all J' T tre Attstrsll.1 g ves her first ir1ne whistle. Th-v irrnnM. for thev linve pl-ntv nf fme und 1 Phonograph. 1 Gramaphone. 1 Pin. supposed to be two sni;.U dia monds and one garnet. 1 pair Ootd Kygiasses. cr.me the property of George AndreVs of 1 Ladles' Wate-h. llcrolulu. and Joe was to the fore with a ' ldte Bt. vrte. i 2 sma'l G!d Rings. prcpos.tion to ranie the horse again. , Hlng 'turMUolse. small diamond and Andrews and ne came to satisfactory four pearls. THE RESIDENCE on Beretanla, street occupied by Mr. J. M. Oat ele gantly furnished. BEACH HOME Partially furnished, with bathing facilities. Cottage at rivo rooms with shower. ervants" quavrterw -end stables. ent hut t4 ;Vi per month, end may be less. Must be rented wttla in a few days. WILL E. FISHER. Auctr, Cor. Merchant and Alalia R Bargain And I want an offer for that mag alflcent corner lot. corner of Klnau and Keeaumoku Streeta. Size, S)5x20O; 300 feet on Klnau street. Ilei. la an port unity to purchaser n which four good tiounee may be built, ind with prevailirig Inquiry for house -u.lly 15 per cent net may be had. Thts lot la bat one hiorh from tne car una. and In the neta-hta.rhrMd of exceedingly ,ood Improvements Don't let th o lortunlty pass. Make me an offer. WILL E. FISHFR, Real Estate Agen& rtonk and f.h wnrk In th hlgheat art. eetited tt short notice, at th OA ZliTTBl eClc. t lrhe. ret.n-. j Ik Ir . r.rrnrWI-- on the heat. the rai'tv of t. hm.r, the evrellnnrv of te famon .rrvte on the An-atml a. hre .he -o . .r In rhn. hoe. for a pe-..nl rn.ne. proml.e. tn wrtre. nd jtlen-tli. Ut. long bark of the steamer's terms and the gamble waxed merrily. The proposition was a hundred tickets at !-. per pasteboard, and they went Lke pel at a luau. When Joe tried to col I. ct the money, however, a hitch occur red, money was t eht. I'p to the night fled for the raffle only f;."i had heen turn- n. and the drawtnu H therefore iOHt- 1 Rinit. umall diamond setting. 1 Ring", amethyst, with 3 small dia monds. ' 1 small opal stone. 1 Sewing Machine. 2 Trunks, containing Ladies Cloth ing. ;ore The Clnfhlng is in excellent condition, and choice. cted till last SHtut-i-.i v nltfht When hi t'mc came s r.d mldet of tickets Ix-ican to iwmt'V at the ff nrViv oils no ne ot McAuliffe or the money could be ob ts'red. There was a psychological reason for z Will E. Fisher, AUCTIONEER ATTENTION I S2,50O Each. Two lots on Kins'" .at., bet. Vlctorl and Pr sacola St Slse of ee ' SvlS0. rhee lots are most desirable anfl . adT for .a ig t ooa; an abundane? - rtr Hrwry n- rare trees, etc., w1tir w... apon the lots WILL E. FISHER, Agsnt.