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THE EVIN1NG J3ULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. .1., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1900
flffig&v - .. . .i
at 83 Queen Stree
The snlo of HOUSHIIOLD l-'UHNI-TUH15
that was to have taken place
Thursday at the residence of Mr. T. tt.
l.ucns on Ucretnnla street Is 1NDEKI
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OF THE ::::::
In Selected Repertoire of
WEEK COWMENCING MAY 28th
Saturday - - Matinee,
.Mellocker's Spa'kllng Opera
The Beggar - Student
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
IS 01 1
Absulutelv the REST Operatic Attraction
Ever Brought to the Pjclfic Coast
GeMleiirnare requested to refrain from Smnklng
n the ftom and Sections A, D, C. The privilege
rtll t eittided In the other portion of the house.
Notice : to : Stockholders
All stockholders of the Maunalel Sugar
Co. aie requested to make known their
wJdrwscsto the undersigned, at on.e.
awrtf W. H. PAIN.
Any sills against the members of tht
HOGAN MINSTREL COA1PANY will
jdnrse be presented to me befo c Saturday,
:5me 1, at the Orpheum Theatre.
(Signed), ERNEST HOGAN.
T. B RICHARDS, Supt.
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
Jl. in til column tttllil innrtld tt Ifttnlt
t lint cm tnurttont it emu itio ii.
ttcrt; "t ttnit oki wtt, 40 tmt tuo uitkt, nJ M
emit cm month,
Till it til tttrtlil tivtrtuint ntr
)ffirtJ tot ptopll of Honolulu,
WANT-TO RENT A HOUSE of 4-J room,
reasonable rent, mutt be near town. Address
L thli office. I5.
iASTEDTORENT OR LEASE A HOUSE or
6 to 10 rooms within reasonable distance of
the business district. Add'ess W. D , Bulletin office.
XANTED Good waues for eooJ sewlne Rltls;
vv apply at once. Mrs. Chambers, Sullivan Cot
tage, orpolte Dr. McGrew. Hotel st. iS44wi
UANTED-AN OFFICE DOY. Apply at 8 a. m.
W to-morrow to ROBERT GRIEVE PUBLISH
ING CO., Merchatt Street. ij4ftf
WANTED-Dy a Certificated Masseur A FEW
MOHEPATIENIS. Best tt references elven.
Address M this office. iS4iw
ANTED-EXPERIENCE CHINESE COOK,
Wages $5.c per week.
Call 50s Beretanla St.
ANTED-Two Small Second-Hani TYPE
W WRITER DESKS: also one laree Hat top
desk with drawers. Address, giving full particutais,
G. I., Bulletin Office. ij4itf
lANrFD For several days an experienced
" DRESSMAKbK. One who can cut and ti ,
inJIin-at seamstress. Apply Mr. Merrill's, corner
Emma street nd Gandill La'e H4Qwt
ANT ED-A GOOD SECOND HAND BIlYOLE
Apply at this office. m-ti
WANTCD-DETECTIVE. shrewd, reliable man In
the principal towni of the Isltnds for legiti
mate detective work under Inttructlrn. Address II.
C. Webder, Supt. AmeiUan Detective Association,
lndlanaplls, Indiana. U. S. A. isj6-ia
UANTED-TIIE CLUB BARBER SHOP the
v pi se where ou tan get a FINE SIlAY'Efor
tjc. while barbers, rui King street, opoos te
Viett .pollUnMeat Co. ijjatf
WANTED TO RENT AN OFriCE suitable for a
Doctor or Dentist. Apply to 411 Union Square
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Ovsters served In the shell only Try his
famous Ham and I CK Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Mitel and F rt street., DICK DALY, Proprietor,
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by (white barber for 15 cents at II, JErFS.
4iqM f-ort street, opp flub tablet too-tf
T 'ET-A COTIAGt,
I Honolulu Hotel.
6 rooms and bath at the
COR RENT THE GDGB COTTAGI. Hotel ard
r Richards Sts., In Hawaiian Hotel grounds Apply
Club StabUs, Phone 477, 1545W1
COR RENT-OFriCES suitable for Doctors. Dent-
lu rchllecis, at the T.'lte building un Ho'ei st.
Inquire Hart & Cn., Ltd., Hotel st. Hi4mi
TO tET--COITAGE on Pauoa koal at present
occur ed bvMr. I. II uipson. rriy in
. ' t ..I.IVMllltll .
M. S. GRINIIA
POR RENT OrFICn. Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat,
' No. 19 Merchant street. null
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
I furnlsh.d or unfurnished. Large yard and
louse, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
art For further particulars, upplv to JOHN ENA
I I I. S N. Co.'a omce. Queen street. i44-tf
UONEYtoloanonrral etate. ApbIv to WIIIE.
'' Fisher, Real Estate Arent and Auctioneer.
IOTICE TO ntllLDrHS The Union Express Co.
" has WHITE SAND I OR 'A'.F. untl
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earlh business although he has sold his
nterest In the ballast business.
Office: Bethel street In II
R. Hitchcock's law
IIUDDY'S Dental Parlors are
OR SALE --$1,000 EACH, three lots on Bere
tanla St., a batgali: site. 73tif. Will E. Tlsher,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. 'J ,w
POR SALE-ONE SET FOWLER STEAM PLOW
I now htre and ready for delivery. For particulars
apply to .
C BREWER & C J.. L'T D..
ij4i-im Quten street
POR SLE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tire I'htet 'n. single harness,
lass. Call or address J W Club Stables
POR SLE OR EXCHANGE-$)ooo.
Younestrtet. Few days only. Address
Box u. Honolulu. ijlitf
POR SALE OR EXCHANGE--Choice HOME.
Young street, $3009. J D. AVLRY, Gernunla
Life office. ijao-tf
FOR SALE $4500 Lease of t-ttory business
property on hort street 4 years to run. GrounJ
Rent 8o per annum, bar pa In. Apply to
f6 er hint street.
SALE-TWO COTTAGtS on Youne St.,
mposlt. L. H. Dee, fcsq
inquire of u. E.
FOR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
sin 80x150. Apply to
No. no Fort street.
LOT at Kallhl on main street.
no. )io t-ort ttreet.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J M. VIVAS 118.
FOUND At the corner of King aid Tort Streets
a BABY'S HOOD anl SMALL POWDER
PUFF Owner can obtain sime at ihli office by
Ue-tityl,iE thi gooJs ani ptylne t.r this adveilse
COUND-A MEDAL lor a l yard Hurdle.
owner can obtain same by calllne
t this office
and Identifying; II and paying (or this advertise
1 OST OR STOLEN-A WATCH having owner's
- Initials, a sum or monev and some jewelry,
which brlongei to the late Horace Lewis Reward
for the aril les liom Mrs, James Auld, Pawaa.
FURNISHED ROOM, moderate cost Private
family; 6ao Vineyard St ) doors Queen Hotel.
NEWLY rURNISHED ROOMS at thi Fort Street
House corner Tort and Vineyard Sts. Every
thing first-class. Two rooms suitable for dentlit or
TO LET rirst-class Hoard and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. 1507.nn
and : Octlled
TsTe TXTsitcli "Wlile "SToijl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property. Best City refererces furnished. De'ectlve
and confidential work of all sorts. ::
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - RVbo js.
& If & jfl"
a.m. a m p.m.
Monday . . . .
S.u 8 4on.as
4 43 5
5 )8 "o.J o-S'
C.40 it. 10 4t
I P m
7.51 eo 11.09
9 19 j. 00 1 10
10,38 .)8 a s
First Qtinrtcr on the 4th at 8:29 p. m.
Weather lltireau, Punahou, May 30.
Temperature Mprnlng minimum,
7.1; Mltltlay maximum, 83.
liarometor nt 9 n. m. 29.99. Stoutly.
Dow Point C5K.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. Gt per cnt.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
30. Weather cloudy; wind light 11
Tuesday, May 29.
Stinr. .1, A. Cummins, Scarlc, from
S. S. Carlisle City, Altken, from Yo
kohama, Muy 15, with 900 tons general
merchandise to Alexander & Ualdwtu.
Wednesday, May 30.
S. S. Czarina, Seaman, from San
Stmr. Wnlalcale, Green, from Klla-
uea; 2800 hags sugar for W. G. Irwin &
Tuesday, May 29.
Stmr. Nlllmu, Thompson, for Ana
hola. Stmr. Mlkahala, Poderhen, for Ma
kawcll. Stmr. Clnudlnc, Cameron, for Mnul
Stmr. Maul, Parker, for Panuhau,
Ktikalan mul Ookala,
Stmr. Kllattea Hon, McAllister, for
Inhalna and Mnhukona.
T. K. K. Hongkong Marti, Kilmer, for
TO SAIL, THIS AFTEIINOON.
Stmr. Kntiul, Uruhn, for Elccle, nt t
Stmr. Keauhou, Moshcr, for Wnlmea,
nt t p. m.
Stmr. I.ehun, nennctt, f "aliukonii
and Klhci at G p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Noeau, Wymnn, for Honokaa
and Kukulhnelc nt 10 a. m.
Stmr. Kntml, Uruhn, for Eleclo and
Hannpcpo at 4 p. in.
Stmr. Wnlalcale, Green, for Kilauea
nt 4 p. m.
From Kilauea, per stmr, Walaleal,
May 30 Mrs. John Until and Major
ood of tlio Salvation Army.
Sh'p George Curtis.
Tho ship George Curtis sailed from
San Francisco for this port on tho
19th Inst., and Is thcrcforo duo hero
In n few days. Sho has a very largo
cargo, among tho principal shipments
of which arc tho following: 230 bbls
Hour, 2000 cs coal oil, 203,758 lbs sugar,
100 cslcs beer, G50 lbs chocolate. 127 cs
caned goods, C bxs raisins, 371 pkgs
paints and oils, 415 plcgs machinery,
2500 lbs dried pens, 437 ft and 9 4pcs
lumber, 951 ctls corn, 138 ctls barley, 8
baics leather, 41 bdls paper, 18,993 lbs
soda, 89 IG lbs beans, 170 lbs sago, 441
pkgs pressed bricks, 15 bbls and 5 hf
bbls salmon, 9145 lbs and CO cs bread,
1 cs arms and ammunition, 12 cs elec
trical goods, 11,300 lbs coal, 808 pkgs
mill work, 4 cs meal, 52 pkgs groceries
and provisions, 225 lbs tea, 1870 gals
wine, 11,991 lbs aBplmltum, 49,762 lbs
rolled barley, 795 pkgs hardwaro, 125
pkgs gasoline, 13 cs boots and shoes,
1287 ctls barley, 752 bales hay, 4 colls
rope, 120,800 lbs rlco, 250 Olbs oleo
margarine, CO pkgs potatoes, 9 cs dry
goods, 11 bxs paste, 180 pkgs railroad
Can't Find Portuguese
Police officers aro still looking for
tho young Portugueso who toppled over
a Chinaman on Queen street yesterday
forenoon. Ho cannot bo found.
N. Z. Lulz, tho storekeeper, nlleged to
have put Officer Apana out of his storo
while investigating tho collision mat
ter, npeparcd In tho Police Court this
morning but his caso was continued
Hurt lilts Leg.
Custom IIouso Guard G. V. Wells
fell into tho hold of n scow at about
10 o'clock last night whllo attempting
to crohs over to tho quurnnttno wlinrf
to his post of duty. Ho hurt his leg
qulto badly nnd wns nllowcd to go of
duty on n certificate from his pliyfll-clan.
At the Orplicum.
The "Peggar Student" was sung nnd
acted with considerably moro snap
last evening than on the opening night,
the compnny gaining curtain calls on
the falling of the first and Bccond acts.
Miss Lntld and Mr, Go ft ngaln Bccurcd
and encore for their duo nt the begin
ning of the second act whllo Mr, Wolff
having exhausted his stock of verses
In the toplcnl song "Spongo It Out"
wns forced to extemporize verso mnk
lng. Tho whole performance vocally,
dramatically and from a scenic stand
point Is beginning to get In thoroughly
ship shnpo order and should render
somo excellent performances miring
their engagement. Tho military drill
In the last act was executed with
smartness and precision and won a
well deserved encore. Tho chorus of
the company Is entirely rommcndnblo
In Its work, having In Its midst good
voices nnd amid Its fairer members,
Miss Salinger wns In much better
volco last evening, Mr. Urnnson nlso
showing to better advnntagc. Miss
llattle Dcllo Ladd Is rapidly recovering
from her Illness nnd will soon bo her
vivacious self again. Tonight Is the
third nnd Inst presentation of tho "Deg
Reception to MlHHlotmrlcH.
A largo gathering of young nnd old
enmc to the Christian church last night
for the reception of Pcv. nnd Mrs. 13.
A. Cory, missionaries from tho United
States board of that denomination to
tho Asiatics In Hawaii. Ilev. J. C.
Hay, pastor, was assisted In dovotlonal
exercises by Itevs. Perry, Thwlng,
Westorvolt and Erdmnn. Cordial nnd
eloquent nddrcsses of wclcomo to tho
guests were delivered by Mr. Hny for
his church, Itcv. O. h. Pearson for tho
Methodists, J, Tcmpleton for tho Y.
P. S. C. K., Itevs. W. K. Azblll antl K.
W. Damon for Aslntlc missions, nnd
Mr. Wcstorvclt for tho Hnwallans. Mr.
Cory mndo a brief rcsponso to nil the
notes of welcome. Hearty singing In
terspersed tho program. Ices and cako
were circulated amidst a cheerfully so
ciable time nt the close. Tho proceed
ings altogether lusted moro thnn two
hours, yet nobody showed n tired feel
ing. NEW TO-DAY
CARD OF THA.NKS.
Dr. SlogRett and family desire to. extend
their liejrtfelt thanks to their friends for
the many kindnesses and consideration in
their bereavement. 1545-it
The adjourned annual meeting of the
BAH ASSOCIATION of tho Hawaiian
Islands will be held at 4 p. m., THURS
DAY. Mav 31,1900, at the JuJiciary Build
Business of Importance.
A. A. WILDER.
No transfers of shares will be made on
the nooks of this company on May 28 to
A dividend on the shares of this com
pany will be paid on the 31st Inst, at the
office of M. S. Grlnbaum & Co.
Honolulu, Mav 1 loco.
KAHUKU PLAN IA1 ION CO.,
H45t3 Bv Its Treautcr, C. Bolte.
will meet at the office of Mr.
E. B. McClanahan on
Tiinrsflay Erenii, May 31,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
JOHN D. McGREW
I545t2 PerC J. McCarthy.
Kilohtina Art League Notice
Tho Muslcnlo of tho Kllohana Art
Longuo hns been postponed from Juno
4th to Monday, Juno 18,
......Fitted with any Saddle or Gear.
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMER, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Piunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc. , Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
-New Shipments Every Month.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE
:: The prices we placed on our entire Ribbon Stock
no doubt will be appreciated, we have placed on sale over
10,000 yards of Ribbons of every size and shade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN 1 . . ,
MOIKEE RIBBON V All Silk
GROS GRAIN RIBBONj "
:: Our Ribbon Stock comprises all the desirable shades
and widths besides the reduction on former prices 10 per cent
discount on all CASH purchases will be given.
1500 yds of All Silk Ribbon.
Consisting of shades of which we have no dupli
cates thererefore an extraordinary cut in price. : : :
No. ,, Green Jc. per yard
Other Shades 6c "
" 7, Green 6c "
" 7, Other Shades 8 1r3c "
" 9, Green , 8 1-Jc " .
" 9, Other Shades 10c
" 12, Green 12c "
" 12, Other Shades l?c
". 16 & 12, Green 1?c
Other Shades 16JC '
Pacific Import Co.
Progress Block Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: .In All Parts of tho City ::
Down to SPORT. CASH 2 fine
Kaplolanl Park I300.
4t-year lease, b'ach, Waikikl. House
and Lot, cheap, Kewlo.
Corner King and Bethel streets.