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q: Bulletin 1
VOL. I. NO. 3.
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Published every day except Sunday nt
COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhere in tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 CO
. Per Year...,..,. C 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 0 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 12 00
Pnynlilo Invariably In Advance.
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Advertisement unaccompanied -by
specific instructions inserted till ordered
Advertisements discontinued beforo
expiration of specified period will bo
charged as ii continued for full term.
Liberal 'allowance on yearly nnd'hnlf
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to J'Edltor Bulletin."
Business letters should' bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone .250. P. ,0. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, -Manager.
UWttVB A OOOK1
Ivt-UftlKEC tKli J'ttLXIlS Id Lt'MBIB Xll
Vl KIM)? Of tinij 1)150 .MATJH.IA1.B
floit tium tJiunlaJa
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- .;' vrnti fori ui) liuein btreru, Honolulu
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f - xuoa uwnnAr,
MiaurAiTrKii.il Jfiruxs amd Wa-h-,
HuXal Jewetrj s ipsoioltj f w-Uon
, - tttentton pwt to il kludt of repclrr
0-rupb?U Block, Merchant Street.
ixoxouncu moN wohks.
bTKAM Bnqikes, finOAB MlIXS, BolLItt-v
Uooueba. Isox, BnAsa add Liad
Machinery ot Btotv CcjjortpUon MMi u
nhdw. Particular Mwwlta fwJatofiWpn
' lOlacismltWnt;. Job Work nooutbd a:
O. B. ID-WTCCa-BIT
Doa nil kinds ol Work In
CesosBt & Stone Sid&ialks &' CnrMor,
He Iim on haul a lmw aopplr of (M
nwe QriuiUi Curt) and alvaya treps Ha
w&Uan Uarblni? BIuba. Iitbilu ilnn
and tarett prloes aitured. BoMTelenltone
Atlas Assurance Co.
ff?KM, . . . 114,900,098.
,h. w. scuanDT & sons,
leenta fnr Hawaiian Itlanda.
Wall Paper !
We have Jnst Kccclretl direct from
New York the ,
Ever broujiht here atone time.
Patterns of 895
WILDER & CO.,
niBBi jonxs. t, a. siyrsoN.
JONES & SIMPSON,
' Accountants and Gommissloa Agents.
HOUBE, LAND AKD
- General Bosiness Agency,
OonTeyanclne and LegV Docnments
DHAWINGB AND TRA0INGB MADE.
-Translations In French, German.
Spanish, rortajjuow). Dateh, Uallan and
liftwallan. Bills Collected anft iccounts
Offloo, 30S Moroheviat. St.
Wm.G. Irwin & Co.
i m, U. Irwin. Freitdtnt aaa Moo.,,,
'laut HnraokeU, Vlo-lreiaaii
V. M QiOard, BTtary and Treat'in
i.jt (T. PorUr ...... A.nrt"
AGENTS OK THK
.Anlc Steaoiably Cn
r da.- ru itimx) ua
i i Tax. 881. Mutwil Tu w
P. O. BOX 821.
u riugo MannfiiJ'ioM
128 4 ISO FORT 8TIIKRT.
Blacksmithing IN V&F&m
Orden from the other leland In
BxHAUg, Triantog, PalaUng, Bte., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WEIGHT, Pbop.
(BQoteMor to G. Wett,)
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special desi'.-nt
manufactured to order oil
JAC0BSEN & PFEIFFER,
P O. n ,r 11 V ( fitreet.
HOP HING & CO..
103 HOTEL BTBEBT,
Wholetale Dealen In
Liprs ii Manila Cipn
Generil Cbiiess Merckodlie
Hat Oils, Bloe, Mattlnr,
Ohlneie QUka, Teai, Kto,
BMlkii ui iatriou Qreeertry
By Every Coart Btearaer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
aPrco Kt-2: 2?o,ero.
We EXTORT General Family and Flanta.
tion Supplies in any quantity. Send for
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally Price LUt.
414-418 Front Street,
Ban Francisco, California.
G-. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector w Copyist.
Office with 0. D. Chase, Safe Deposit Build
ing, 400 Fort Street. Telephone 1M.
my The Cotlscrtlon of GoTernment Bills
a specialty. 1275-tf
H. I., SATURDAY, MAY
And Liver Complaint
CURED BY USlNd
Mr. T. J. CLUNE,
of 'N'nlkcrvlllc, S. Australia, write. I
,'iBlx jearsneo, I Imil nn Attufk of Indiges
tion and Llvtr Complaint that lusted for
weeks; I was tinalile to do niiy liaid work,
Imn no nppetltc, food lltrise1 mo, and I
suffered niiicli Iroin lioaOucl.v. Jly siclu wat
snllow and sleep tiU lint rofreMi mo,
several remeuico nun r(niiuru
ultliout obtnlnliip; nnj rollil, tmally, one of
my wistomers reeonimcndcrt Ajt r's Kars.ipa
rlflai It helped me from the first, In fact,
after taking six bottles I was completely
cured, nnd could cat an) thing and sleep llko
Has cured othors, will euro you.
JUd by Dr. J.O. A jer & Co., Lowell, Hui ,U 8A.
iSCollister Drug Co., JLi'd.
Sole Agents for the Republic ot 11hiI
People Ulllio Write ;
on typewriters miU'Vfl
that busy business men
stil cling to the pen pro
ecus The buniiK 84 man
usitij i typewiiter would
not voluntKiily return to
the old method, because
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality,
and with less effort on
The Han Who Never
Used -a Typewriter
believes the task of learn
ing to wiite u difficult
and hopeleps one. Try
Others have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
will probably reveal the
fact thut you do fuBler
work with the pen.
That's quite natural ;
you are just learning,
your next tiial will pur
prise you. Your lingers
go to the right keys in
stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to r alize the use
fulness and benefit of o
CHOICE OF A TOTRITER
will cither make or mar
your writing happiniss.
For tho bubinesB man
desiring a machine, that
combines speed, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has the easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
This typewriter stands at
tho head. It has all tho
Let me show you
a New Oaligrapii.
T. W, ?!QBJR0N, Agont.
tg 9V iy)
ly5. ' PRICE 5 CENTb. v &
"Wliero Slinll "V Oo to Church
St. Andukw's Cathkijual Fifth
Sunday after Easter. First Con
gregation: 6:80, Holv Communion:
11, Morning Prayer with Sermon:
'3:30, Pule Ahinhi; 7:30, Evening
rrayer wmi Sermon.
Second Congregation: 9:-15 a. m.,
Morning Prayer with "Sermon, Vo
lute, Mornihgton in 13; Glorias,
Foster in C; To Deum, Hodges in
C; Uencdictus, Gilbert in E:
Hymmns 143 and 1G5. 6:30 p.
m., Evening Services: Glorias Foy
tor in C; .Magnificat, WoodwartUin
D;Nune Dimittie, Gauntlet in F;
Hymns 193, 140 and 22.
Roman Catholic Catiikdkal
Services Sunday, May 19th', will bo
as follows: 6 and 7 a. m., Low Mass
with Holy Communion; 9 a. m.,
Mais with English instruction;
10:30 a. in., High ilnts with native
sermon; 2 p. m., Uoharynnd native
instruction; 4 p. m., native instruc-
I lion and Bonediction; 7 p. m., Por
tuguese service with Benediction.
Week days: Low Mass at G and 7
Fikst MrriioDisr Episcopal
Ciintcii Rev. H. W. Peclr, pastor.
Sunday services, May 19th, 10 a.
m , Sunday school, Mr. C. J. Bay,
superintendent. Sermon, 11a. m.,
Subject: "Crucified with Christ."
7 p. in., slreot service at corner of
Fort and Hotel ntrcets; 7:30 p. m.,
sermon: subject, "Gospel Preach
ing in Samaria." Prayer meeting
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Meetings
held in hall over Tracy's store, cor
ner of Fort and Hotel streets. A
cordial welcome to all.
Ce.ntiial Union Cuuncn Cor
ner Beretania and Richards streets.
The Rev. Douglas P. Birnie, minis
ter. Services Sunday, May 19th.
Public worship and sermon at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Children will
bo presented for baptism in the
morning, and the theme of the ser
mon will be: "The Church and tho
Children." In the ovening the
minister will speak on "Jesus and
the Temptation in tho Wilderness."
At 9:55 a. m. Special Children's
Day services in tho chapel; 3:30,
meeting of Junior Y. P. S. O. 13.;
prayer meeting of Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at
6:30; 10 a. m., Japanese Sunday
School at tho Lyceum; Portugueso
Sunday School at 2:30; Makiki
Sunday School at 2:30. On Wed
nesday, at 7:30 p. m., church prayer
meeting: topic: "The Present Work
and Opportunity of the Church."
The public is cordially invited to
attend these services.
German services every Sunday,
at 11 a m., in Y. M. C. A. Hall, by
Rev. L. E. Schneider.
Christian Church Harmony
Hall, King street, between Fort and
Alakea streets. T. D. Garvin, pas
tor. Preachinc at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Morning thome: "How Aro
tho Holy Spirit's Letters Written."
Evening theme: "Tho Baptism of
Firo and of Suffering." Biblo class
at tho parsonage, Monday at 7:30
p.m. Lesson: Tho 16th and 20th
chapters of Exodus (inclusive).
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. All
aro made welcome.
Y. M. C. A. Services Sunday:
Boys' Meeting 3 p.m., Gospol praise
servico 0:30 p.m. Subject, ."Prac
tical Repentance." Luke 19:1-10.
Latter DavSaints Reorganiz
ed Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints; Mililani Hall, rear of
Opera House. Services will b'o
hold on Sunday as follows: 10 a.m.
Biblo class; 11:15 a.m. and 6:30
Salvation Army Sunday, 7 a.
m., Kneo Drill; 11 a.m., Holiness
Meeting; 3 p.m., Family Gather
ing; 7:30 p.m., Net Drawn In.
Mechanic-' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu streets, lodging by
day, week os montht Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night; $1 and
$1.25 per week.
Why the Hawaiian Government
Needed u Itcvontio Cutter.
There is a certain littlo yacht
now lying behind the old fish
market which has causod tho Ha
waiian Government a good deiUof
anxiety. Sho is now ostensibly
owned by one "Pat." Curtis who
claims to havo purchaf-cd her from
Captain Calway of the Waimaualo.
When tho transfer was made tho
littlo yacht was lying at Ewa.
Soon after tho . purchaso tho
revenue officials becamo suspicious
and in fact saturated with tho idea
that tho vessel was engaged in tho
opium trade, and the Government
tug made a hurried trip to Ewa.
Tho yacht was not there and the
tug went off at full speed in search
of her. Sho wa.s found off Molokai
in a calm, and was searched. Noth
ing was found on her and the dis
comfited ofiicials returned to port.
So did tho Spray, and soon after
arriving "Captain" CurtU applied
at the Custom House for papers to
use tho Spray as a trading vessel.
Not being able to file tho necessary
bond of .f500, his application waa
refused, whereupon to uso Curtis'
own words in an interview had
with him this morning by a Bulle
tin reporter, "I hoisted tho Ameri
can flag and defied them. I am an
American citizen and have got a
right to trade or not as long as I
am under that flag."
"How about your'last trip?"
"Well, I got back last night. '
When I left here a few days ago I
had the American flag flying and
it has been at the peak ever since. "
The Lehua followed me, but could
not catch up with me. Sho might
creep up to me in a calm, but with a
breath of wind I can sail all around
"What success did you havo on
tho trip, Captain?"
"What do you mean?"
"How much did you land?"
"Well, I brought back 200 tins
"What was in tho tins."
"A portion of tho island of Lanai.
Somo of its soil."
Further questioning could not
elicit more information, but tho
reporter gathered from 'the subse
quent conversation that tho Cus
tom Houso officers believe that a
quantity of opium was landed on
Lanai by tho schooner Norma somo
time since, and that Pat Curtis and
his little schooner aro employed in
distributing it about tho islands.
13. O. Hall & Son.
Messrs. 13. O. Hall & Son call
attontion in this issue to a recent
importation of goods by tho Helen
Brewer. Tlioy also mention inci
dentally something about coffeo and
coffee machinery. This firm has
bcon established so many years
that it is not necessary to say that
thoy aro fully aw'ako-to the needs
of tho people or to impress the
readers of this paper that price is
a matter ' that receives their, con
considdration to an extent that 'tho
purchaser profits by it.
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jowelry made up neat
ly. If you want souvenir spoons,
or anything in tho jowelry line. II.
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's btoro, Fort
street, is your man. Ho wos for
ten years tho practical watchmaker
for Wenner & Co.
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