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THE EVIMiN'O BULLETIN; HONOLULU, K. 1., WBDNE')VY, JONG 6, 1901.
W. H. RICE, Pres.
AUCf nONEER AND
) 33 Queen Street
BonseMd - Farniture
On THURSDAY, June 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence, corner College and Domi
ni st eets. one block from en J of Puna-
hcu car line, I will sell at Public Auction
th- entire narlor. beJr on and kitchen
fiunltu e of a rund:on.ely furnished seven-
rwrn cot' ace.
The bedroom furniture In particular Is
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On FRIDAY, June 8, 1900,
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mrs Hodson, Peabody
Cottage, corner H Iver and Vlneya d Ms.,
1 will sell at Public Auction the entire
Housenold fctfects, consisting of P rl r,
Bedroom, Dining and Kit- hen Furnture,
also a large lot of Coal, Wood aiu Lumber,
JAS. F. .MORGAN,
An Instantaneous Hit
An Excellent Cast.
Plenty of Humor.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES.
PRICES 50c, 75C and Si.oo.
Gewtexen are requested to refrain from Smxklng
n ttii Bases and Sections A, B, C. The privilege
will be eatended In the other portion ot the home.
I-OR BATH TUBS AND PATRNT
CLOSETS F R THE QUEEN'S
Tenders are Invited for furnlshlnR and
putting In place, making connections with
the sewer synie n aid w ter supp y, com
pi e and ready for use, the following:
Four (4) Palner Closets, best, with over
head flush tank.
Eight (8) dst Iron, Rolled Rim, White
Enamelled Bath Tubs, 5 feet 6 Inches long
with hot and cold waer connections.
Location of the above can be learned on
appllcatlor to th- Superintendent at the
Tenders to be sent to the undersigned on
or before Tuesday, the 1 ith Inst.
The right to reject any or all tenders Is
reserved by the Executive Committee.
GEO. W. SMITH,
Secretary Queen's Hospital.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
Jt. ! Itn eolumn will ff iuitrtij nt M
10 ttntt one . 1 ttnll two MAI, lJ
tvtr offtrtJ tbt ttotlt of Honolulu.
TO LbT t COTTAGES TO LET. 6 rooms each,
I Sis nm month. Inquire Schumann's Carrlae,e
Reoosltorv. Merchant street, between I ott and AU-
rO LET-FTRNlSllED ROOM nuuka 0( Cmma
I Square. Acply on premises. ''
"O lETFurnlshed Arartnvnts nr Put of a House
Unlurnlshed. No. 8 Collate titove. Klnc M.
"O LET-CO rTAGE or one person, Klnau street
Aldress A U v... tins sot mg-tl
TO LET UNFURNISHED ROOMS lor house
1 ke.olnr. Inaulre ind cottace, Ftm Place ofl
Emma street. u,8wi
FOR RENT-OFriCEs suluble for Doctors, Dent
liti. Architects, at the Elite bulldlnc on Hotel st.
Inquire Hart & Co.. Ltd.. Hotel St. 15iraJ
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr. T. H Gibson. Arrjy to
tj4, M. S.GRINIiUM&CO.
R RENT OFFICE. Apply to J. M. Monsarrat.
No. ,o MrrhM Tet '"!
TO LET The residence ot John tna at Waiklkl,
furnish! or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
tart For further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
t I I 1 N fn.'s office. O'leen street t'4-tf
I F the person who took a Stearns Dlccle In. 68.581
1 belonging to D O Hatnman, fiom 'he Drill Shed
Kill rtturn same to the California Hatnesi Miop
therewlll be no qiestloif asked, Oilier! e lievvlll
be piosecuted as he Is known. ' J5i
I OST Salary Warran' No. 1S1. d-an ty the Au
L, Jior Grn-ral n favor of W. L Stinlev, for
$114 00 under date of March 11. toco payment has
be" Moppet at the Treasury repattmrnt, and all
ptrions are warned agalnit accep'int th am.
iw W. L. STANLEY.
I OST fJR iTC)LEN-A WATCH havlne ouner't
L, Initials, a sum of mrnev and some lewelry,
which belonged to the late Horace Lewis Reward
for the artl les fr, m Mrs. James Auld, Paaa,
FOUND "At the co'nerot King 11 J Foil Mts
.1 HAnV'S HOOD and SMALL POWULR
I'UFP Owner can obtain same at this office by
identif)li:tht goods andpslnj fr this adve tlse
COUND-A MEDAL for a io ja'd Hurdle. The
I owner can obtain same by calling at this office
snd lder,t.flng II and paying for this advertise
"iANTH A Voire Man about aoyears old. I v
" Inv. ihps'ents. f, r posltl' n as clerk Muvt
have fjlr kno-lejgeof bookkeeping. State salary,
and address P. O Hnx iw isio-trn
WANTEU- Sl IHONERS Apply nt Hiiro of
vv Honolulu Steam Laundry Co., Hotel street,
near Rethcl street. i;4Q-iw
CCVERAL INTELLIG NT ROYS, about Mevr.
nt age. to learn triJe. Apply to II T. WICH
WANTLD--AN orFICr HOY. prly at 8 a. m,
to-morrow to ROBERT GRIEVE PUI1LISH
ING CO.. Metcha t Street. 'lit t-tl
ANTED-I XPERII-NCE CHINESE COOK'.
Wages ij.oo per week. Ctll ;oi IKrctar.la bt
ED-A GOOD SECOND HAND BICYCt E
Apply at this ollice, isj8-tl
WANTED-DETECTIVE. shrewl. rellab'e man In
the principal towns of the Itlsnds for legiti
mate detective work under lntructlrn. Address H.
C, Web-ter, Supt. American Detective Association,
Indlanap ills, Indiana. U. S. A. is1-rm
WANTED-THE CLUB BARBER SHOP Hie
plsce where you can get a I INE SHsVEfor
ijc. white barbers. 101 King street, opposte
Metr Tolltan Meat Co. null
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Ovsters served In the shell only Try his
famous Ham and r eg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
H )tel and F .rt street.. DICK DALY, Proprietor.
XANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by a white barber for 15 cents at fl. JEI FS.
SipM Fort street, npp Club Stables noo-if
I OTSOF LOTS-Also IIOU-ES AND LOTS
L. For Sale, For Rent, For Lease
sod Merchant St. Honolulu, H, I.
:OR SAIE OR EXCIIANCE-C1 1'B BARBfcR
SHOP. King St . eay terms. II. JErrS.
COR SLE-ONE SEI TOWLER STEAM PLOW
1 now here and ready for delivery. For particulars
C. BREWER Sc C'J.. LTD..
i4i-tm Ou'tn street
COR SU.E-ONE GOOD CARRIA U HORSE
' Rubber Tire Pluet n. single harness. All first
lass Call T addiess I W Ouh sHn tus-tf
pOR SLE OH EXCIIAMGE-liooo. CHOICE
I HOME. Young str.et. Few days only, Address
"J. P." BuXn Hinolulu. unit
COR SALE OR EXCHANGL- Choice HOME,
Young street, $)ouo. J D. AVbRY, Germatila
Life oltice. ism-H
FOR SALE J45CO. Lease of -story business
property on Fort street 14 years to run. Ground
Rent S3o per annum. A birgaln. Applv to
se6 Men hant street.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
I opposite L. II. Dee, Esq, Inquire of G. E.
FOR SALE $1000, ,LO 1 in best portion of Kallhl
sire 80 ji 50. Applv to
No vo Fort street.
POR SALr-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. By J. M. VIVAS n8
MONEY to lean on real e-tate. Atinlv to Will E.
Fisher, Rest Eitite Aft-nt and Auctioneer,
OTICE TO BUHDERS-The U ilon Express Co
na win 1 c -",, r ,k a, r. Liiili
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast buslntss.
Office: Bethel street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
DR. HUDDY'S Dental Parlors are new op-n.
SIT? O O "?.
fre'l . lint one inuttioni It etntt tun tnitttientl
to (tnt one month, Ttil ll tit ttentnl ojvtrtitinr
FURNISHED ROOM, only $10 month Private
. family; 616 Vineyard St. j doors Queen Hotel.
EWLY rURNISHED ROOMS at the Fort Street
Huuse. corner l-ort and Vlnevari Sts. Every
thing tirst-class. Two rooms suitable for dentist or
TO LET First-class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street. 1507-mj
Weather Utircnit, I'ttnnhou. June 0.
Tomppraturo Morning minimum,
72: Midday maximum, S.r.
Ilaromcter nt 9 n. 111. 80.01. Steady.
I)cw Point C7P.
Humidity nt 9 n. 111. C3 per icnt.
Diamond Head Signal Station, .tunc
ii. Weather hnzy: wind fresh NB.
Tuesday, June 0.
Am. sp. Oe. Curtis. Citllioun, from
Am. bit. S. ('. Allen. Johnson, from
Wednesday, June C.
O. S. S. Atixtrnlln, Lawless, from San
Stnir. ITpoln, Dalton, from Kona.
Kimn San Kranelsco, tier 0. S. 8.
Atiatrnlln, .June 0 W. . Ashley, H. 0.
Ilnlcrr. K J. Uerry, Miss M. C. Cliaftey,
W. S. CMinueo, wlfo nnd child, Mia. Geo.
Cole, C. II. Cooko nnd wife, Mls3 T.
DcKcmcycr, Miss C. E. McCall, Mrs. M.
J. McKcnzle, H, S. Moore, Isaac Noar,
A. C. Pnulsmoir, It. C. U. Perkins, J. S.
V. I'letts. Miss Clnra Dekum, T. A.
Donlnn, Geo. I). Dornln. Mrs. Lulu T.
Ellis, M .II. Flint. G. W. Adams, Miss
M. A. Adams, L. Grimtli, T. E. Hobbs.
Mrs. W. II, Hoors and two children, S.
L. Hyinnn, S. L. Irving, M. Lucas,
V. V. Mnson, I. Schneider, Andrew
Smith, Geo. F. Smith nnd wife, Mrs. K.
O. Sodcrgren. W. W. Thayer. II. II.
Tliomns, 11. W. Tlmmns, Mrs. C 11.
Wells. Miss Wells, Miss C. West. N. 11.
Williams, Alex. Young, 0. L. Stevens,
M. Keokoltnlole. F. T. Do Medlcls.
loi Ulto and way ports, per stmr. Kl
111111, June C T. R. Lucas, II. Lutholf,
R. Kennedy. W. 11. Smith. W. K.
Pogue, J. L. Lindsay, F. S. Lyman, A.
Lldgalc, En Chang, Lo Cheung, A. II.
Locbenstcln, J. A. Scott, John Hlnil,
D. W. Case, Miss Sarah, Mrs. James
Auld, Mrs. II. Mahoc, S. Kowlcln, Cnpt.
E. Taylor, George Houghtallltig, Aku
na, W, A. Sparkes, George Wood, M,
Perry, F. II. Reed, 13. Weight. Mis.
Tninl, Mis. IX. A, Ah Hu, D. Forbes,
.1. Watt, Mr. Cathcnrt. E. P. Dole. I).
Moitou. E. Moiton. G. Knhnlcllo, R. N.
lloneitson, J. II. McDonulech, C. M. Lo
Iiloiid. Illshop WUIIh, J. M. Horner,
Mrs. Woolley, Miss Williams, Mrs. Pa
lawan, Mrs. Kealolinpauolc, Mrs. JIn
unalilua. Dr. C. R. Illaku ami wife, J. C.
Long, wlfo and daughter, J. Wllleock,
J. A. McCandlcss, Miss LIshmnn, Miss
M. A. Morrison, Miss Weight, Miss N.
Kay, W. H. Rico. Andrew Moore, wife,
two children and scrvnnt, J. T. Molr,
C. Kaiser, 0. o. Meyer, Miss Hoyd, Miss
Emalla, George Ross, II. H. Ochr, W.
II. Heydof, Herbert Ohman.
I-'or San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
China, Juno C G. P. Castle, Mrs. Cas
tle nnd Dorothy Castle, Mrs. Gertrude
S. Achilles and three children, Miss it.
Logan, Mrs. G. E. Harvey, Mrs. C. S.
Richardson and child, C. II. Smith. C.
M. Jackson, C. R. Holt. Mis. A. J. Merl
couit and two children, Mrs. A. It.
Leadlnghnm and six children, Mrs.
Ileckwlth, M. Phillips and wife, Mrs. F.
Amlcr, Miss Mabel Lndd, Miss Mott
Smlth, J. F. C. Hngcns nnd wife and
maid, Mrs. It. It. Marshall, J. T. Craw
ley, II. II. Hand, wlfo nnd child, Mrs.
T. W, Leonard nnd child, Hon. Sam
Pinker, Judge Kepolknl. C. 11. Wilson.
AuHtrnlln From 'Frisco.
The Oceanic steamship Australia,
LawlesH commander, from San Fran
cisco, arrived In poit nnd hauled along
side the Oceanic wharf at about 7:4!
o'clock this morning, six days nnd II
hours from San Francisco, with 49 cab
in and 19 stcerngo passengers, together
with III hags of mull. The Australia ex
perienced moderate to light winds,
northwest to cast. Nothing of Interest
transpired during tho voyage.
No one, with the exception of the
poit physician, the pilot nnd tho Cus
tom House and Postoinco representa
tives wcro allowed nhoard, Upon nr
llval at the wharf tho steamer kept six
feet off, according to regulations, nnd
the passengers were then nllowcd
Democrats of the SEVENTH PRE
CINCT. Fifth District, decltlnc to enroll
ran do so at Rvan Si Dement's Cigar
Store on Queen street, opposite boat land
ing, from 6 a. m. to 6 p. m.
The Seventh P-erlnct Is all that portion
of Honolulu bounded by Kamehameha
Road, King street to Prison Road Including
W. S. WITHERS. Wgr.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. The partnership of C B. Ripley and C.
W. Dickey, known as Ripley St Dlckev,
Architects, has been ulssolved. All bills
Should be n,lil tn C W ni-Lrtr hn
succeeds to the business of the firm, and
all accounts against the firm shou'd be
resenrea to null, I55HI
Mystic Lot! &e. No. 2. K. oIP.
There v III be a regular convention of
the above lodge THIS (Wedn-sday)
EVENING, June 6, at 7;jo o'clock, at
Castle Hall, Fort street.
WORK IN THE THIRD AMPLIFIED
Memhrrs nf Onhn I ivlir Ma .,...1 .
j turning brethren ar fratemaliy Invited
By order C. C, S. J. Salter.
A. E. MURPHY, P. C,
I55itl K. nfR.anrlS.
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LUpIUH pq.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprlotor.
To Our English-Speaking Ftienc"s:
The Chinese merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Is ands, represented bv the
undesigned, lelng desirous of pr vldmg
for their sons a thorough and comprehei.'
sivo education in Bug Ish, raised In pieces
from August to Deccmbet, futficlenl fund
10 justify them In undertaking to ere.t
commndious buildings for this purpisr in
Kamakeia. The contract was let ar.d the
main partially comp eted, when the plague
oroue and interrupted the w k. As ymi
well know, our country mm have betn the
greatest sufferers trom tips oldemic and
the fires com ected with It. Con eitiently
those whogtnerou-ly subscribed toward
the school enterprise, being called upon to
donate large sums for the re ief o their
fellow-countrymen who have suffced
severely from the fire, find themselves un
able to fulfill their pledges at pr sent. The
nma uuiiaing is now on tlie p Hit of com
pletion, ar.n the vontrac'or, himself home
le s, Is In great need of his monty.
In this emergency, and be au e we be
lieve you recuguize that our motives in
undertaking tnts enterprise were philan
thropic, our ot'iect a comm?nJjhlc me.
and that we are in no wise at fault for tin
straits In which we now find ourselves;
weiherefore so'lclt slcIj contributions to
our present needs as our bcnlhcence will
allow. Send all csh or pledges to Wone
Kwal, Box ne.4, Honolulu.
Very rcspcctiu'ly yiurs
155! L. AHLO.
All Democrat residing In the SECOND
PREIINCr, Fourta D strict, which Is
included between Punah u, Alapal and
oith streets fr m the Hills to the Sea.
will please call at mv office on Mrrchant
strtet End sign the Roll, any time du'lng
the day, and at my residence on Kliig
-treet after 7 o'clock p. in,
mectlon 0' Ueleaat-s on THURSDAY
AFTERNOON 5 to 7 P.m. at Govern
ment Nursery, King street.
Oiuij rHrtPirs, IlltVJVYlN.
The Democrats of 'he FOURTH I'DF
CINCT Fouith Dlstilct, will hold their
Ui-irgate election a' the Hand btand, Emma
Square, on I HURSUAY from s to 7 n. m.
The above Pre. Inct Includes the lerri'ory
Bounded by Nuuanu and Ahpal Nuuanu
nereta ,ia, rnauiM, to scno.il Mteets.
155013 F. S. PEACHY.
FIRST PRECINCT, FOURTH DIS
The Polls of the Demovatlc Primary
will be oren at Long Branch Baths on
THURSDAY from 4 to 7 p. m. Voters
In thl prednct can enroll at my office In
town or at the pnlllrg rhce.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Enrollment Committee 1st Precinct 4th
Columbia : Chainless
Fitted with any Saddle or Gear
HARTFORD, GOODRICH, PALMbR, DUNLOP, MORGAN
& WRIGHT CACTUS OR ROAD TIRES.
E. 0. HALL
"We "'SsTsLtc.kL TTsTliil "3Toia. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY :::::::
Dcllaht Watihmi furnl.h! a . J . -
and confidential woVk of ;ii,ortV: " "' V'T'7' " " '""" rem,M"- l
Office Room 4 Model Block -
- On - Hand
-New Shipments Every Month.
SPECIAL - RIBBON - SALE 1
-The prices we placed
no doubt will be appreciated,
10,000 yards or Ribbons of every size and shade,
SATIN GROS GRAIN 1 .--MOIUEE
RIBBON A II &.UU
GROS GRAIN RIBBONJ iiati.
:: Our Ribbon Stock
and widths besides the reduction on former prices 10 per cent
discount on all CASH purchases will be given.
1500 yds. of
Consisting of shades of which we have no dupli
cates thererefore an extraordinary cut in price. : : :
No. c;, Green Jc. per yard
Other Shades 6c "
" 7, Green 6c
" 7, Other Shades 8 1-3c "
" 9, Green 8 1-3c "
" 9, Other Shades . . . .' 10c
" 12, Green 12c "
" 12, Other Shades 'lc
" 16 & 12, Green 1?c
Other Shades 16c 4
Pacific Import Co.
Progress Block Fort St. Progress Block
& SON, Ltd,
- .. t...i. . . .
I. O. UOX 3S4.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris of tho City ::
Down to SPORT CASH 2 fine lots
Kaplolanl Park I300.
4o-year lease, beach, Walkikl. House
and Lot, cheap, Kewalo.
Corner King and Bethel streels.
on our entire Ribbon Stock
we have placed on sale over
comprises all the desirable shades
All Silk Ribbon.