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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1900.
Commission - Merchants
:- A N D -:
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS OF
W. H. RICb, Pres.
-33 Queen Street
On MONDAY, .Inly 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.'
At the residence Adams lane, rear of the
Slelner building, I will sell at Public Auc
tion the entire household furniture, con
fitting of parlor, bedroom and kitchen
furniture. Ice box, meat safe, sewing
machine, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY and
The Three Act Comic Opera
Good Music and Brim Full of Comedy.
NOTICE-EnRaRe seats now for the big
Sousa's El Capltan
MONDAY, JULY 2.
Parquet 75c, Circle 50c, Gallery 25c
Saturday Matinee of OLIVETTE,
Speclil for the Ladles and Children.
Prl.es to all parts of the house, 25 cents.
Hawaiian Opera E
THIS - EVENING,
sr June 28, tB
THIRD APPEARANCE IN HONOLULU
Mr. James Neill
Presenting for the first time here E. H.
bothern's Biggest Comedy Success.
Lord - Chumley.
FRIDAY EVLNINO. JUM 2;-
LAOY WINDERMERE'S I'AN,
The Most Brilliant Comedy Orama.
SATURDAY EVLMSO, JUM: 30
A PARISIAN ROMANCE,
By Special Arrangement with Richard
, Ma istield.
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s. '
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
S1' " ' tolumn ttf hi inuttti t '
l3E( timlt s ttnt ent inttrttomt 9 ttnti tut
mitt ho 1 k ttnti out uttn, 1 ttnti two t.
anj to ttnti pnt month. 7tl 11 Iti i beat-tit ttr
hunt tvtr offtrtJ ttt ftcplt cf Honolulu,
WANTED To men want positions, general work.
Enquire llullrtln 15(11
OLD PAPERS TO EX'lliNGE or clean G1
ton Nags Afrply t llulleth Office. HN-tl
WANTED-To Mil loco Manila Cigars l se
each Mrlle Cigar Store, not to Orrhfum
EXPERIENCED "SEWING (URLS In dressmaking
dtranminl W Mtney & Marsh ij6
llANTED-A URGE IIIRD-CAGE. Aprly to
"n6 tils office. tjfswt
WANTED-A Cory ol .MUNSON S SIIOHT
IIAND SYSTEM I'leaie Hint to Mill office
UANTED-riVE MESSENGER BC S .1 the
"v American Mesenger Service
ANTED A Young Man about o ears otj. 1 -In
with Barents, fur malum .1 clerk Musi
have fair knowledge of bookkeeping State salan
ajid address P O Uox nt mo m
ANTED-EXPCRIENCL CHINESE COOK
Wages Jj o& rer week (.all 50a tf-retanls M
rltce whrrtyou can eet a I IIS!: MIWE for
tjc White t'lrMTt iwi king treM, opr o t?
Mttfrtpollun Meat Co 1 5fatt
THb OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER KOOU -1
O) iters tertei In the shell only Try h(
famous Him nj hgg SdnJwIclic nJ Coffee Cor
Nuiianu ini llitel streets DICK DM. Proprietor.
ANTED .Men (0 knowttul they cm eetsnved
t-v a white barber for cents at H.JEFFS
ttH Fort street opp Club tablet ttoo-tf
ADM bay driving horse (eight jears old).
sound kind and penile. On vi at Cany ,
Stable AppJytoA S HUMPIINEYS 1569.1
PU SALE-A tew very fine WHITE LEGHORN I
COCKLRLLS. from stk Impurted 'rum Knapp
Uro New tork. breiders of the finest White leg
horns In America This is our tnfire t Improve ,
your flock o poultry with newblooi White Let 01ns
are the greatest egg producers Inthewi.rld Leav
order at CallfnrnU Teed Co or address WILLAMAY 1
RANCH lOULTRY YARDS. Wahlawa, Oahu I
FOR SALE ONE light spring dray, mule and har- '
ness, one heavy dray, mute and harness will be
sold cheap. Apply to b. U. Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sts 1161ml j
PR SALE-A JERSEY BULL so months old from
best strain of W (1. Irwin s Imported Jerses
also one young grade Holsteln Jersey cow In calf
cy Lean 1 uairy siock
Inquire of J. EMUELUTH,
t King street
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
- For Salt, For Rent. For Lease
06 Merchant St. Honotulu, H.I.
rOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-CLUB HARDER
1 SHOP. King St . easy terms. H. JEFFS,
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE.
J Rubber Tire Phaeton, single harness. All first
class. Call or address J. W Club Stable. 1 jiftf
PR SALE $4500 Least of t-story bustness
property on Fort street 4 years to run. Ground
Rent $& per annum. A bargain. Apply to
eo6 Merchant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St
opposite L. li. Dee, tsq Inquire of O,
PR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Katihl
slse 80x150. Apply to
No. )io Fort street.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J M VIVAS 1 l
fO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
ROOM at 'J? Heritanla street, two doors town
side of Thomas b quart. 15691
a tor light hoimkitpinic, aIo i loom f jr k ntle
man Good Ani cone lent locitiol. Appl Gm
talvet Phi.tograpl (jallrry, Beretanla St 156911
TO LET The 0. room MoJem Houi. occupied by
Jo&erh (, Pratt on Luialllo ktre t, belween AU
tal and Kaplolani will tv for rent after July to. A
conslJeraple amount of houve furnlthinif can be haj
with the premises lor particulars apple at the resl
dencriretwef n to a mf and a p. m , or at the office of
llruce Waring fit Co n8wi
THREE rUKNISIICU ROOMS arrancad for
I house-keiplne at Cottage Grove, king S reet
Arpy to I L KING it'8-tf
FOR RENT Nlcel Furnished Rooms cnlrally lo
cated Apply at jaj Uere'anlast near Punchbowl
COR HCNT-OFFICl:. Applvto J, M. Monsarral.
No. to Merchant street t,ntf
FOR RENT-OrFICES suitable for Doctors. Dent
Ists. Archllei's, at the Elite bulldlne on Hotel st.
Inquire Hart & Co , Ltd , Hotel st; ll4nni
TO LET -COTTAGE on I'auoa Road at present
occupied by Mr T H Gibson Arplyto
SO M.S GRINBAUl8cCO
TO LET The resldenc. of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stabtes. To let as a whole or In
part For futther particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at 1 1. a n t-o. s ottic. cueen yreet. i404tf
LOST-An enameled Knlcht of Pythias UAD'jE.
I.C. U hi blatk letters hinder please return
same Blarl, the Jeweler, on Fort str.et, and receive
I OST A SMALL IlOXconUlnlnir it military bul-
L ton hat-pin. Finder please return to this
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Younir street town side' superior
board and rooms newly furnished terms moder-
.ir 1 eiepiinnc cor 1500.1m
rO LET First-class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort street tssr-mt
r'Rl'.NCll AM) (inMAN,
AN EDUCATED Russian pfAlVMn, recently ar
r rived here, who has tww Unj; In Iraice and
Germany and knows their 'jneuaites thoroughly,
wishes ti cleprK at t'rtons Terms, three tesons
reruvek, Ji.iwonfl, Address, A U V Lakimela
Villa fcig Hotel strett near Punchbowl i.6(mi
WHS. K W1NSOM of Oakland his opened Dress
Mi rnaklnir Parlors In hneMit-n$49and jjiltt-re-tan
la St vnnd will du tinst'dus sewing at reasonable
terms. Suits $1 up i)66Mw
ONEY to loan on real estate. Apply to Will E.
I isher, Heal Estate Aitent and Auctioneer,
NOTICE TO DUILDERS-The Union Eapresa Co
has WHITE SAND IOR SALE. H41II
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that he Is still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold his
Interest In the ballast business
Office, tlethel street In II R Hitchcock's law
DR. IIUDDY'S Dental Parlors ara now open
PER B. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full lino ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, uates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crubs. Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all line ot
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI
GERATOR Fine Job Printing at
ii , . j j..
lor aJJltlonil Shipping Newt e vtmh ptee,
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VI on day
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f tali f 40 10 30
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New miMin on the 2Cth in 2 " p. m.
'tides fiom the Uulti.t atutts Coast
tnU Gcodttlc Survey Tables.
The titles at Kahuhil nntl Hllo occur
ibout nil hour earlier than at llonolu
u. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOli, 30m
ilowcr than arcenwien tlta", being
Imt of tho mer Ian of 167 20. The
'line whlstla ,vs at 1:30 p. m.,
vtilch Is the umu as Uiecuvvlch Oh.
Wcntlicr Iliireau, I'unahuii, June 2S.
Tcmpei attire .MornliiK minimum,
ii, Mltlilny mnxliniim, i3.
llarumctcr at 'J n. in. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point fiDP.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. SO per ent.
Dliinmnil Hentl SlRiinl Station, Jim"
2S. WVnther ilenr; wind fresh NT.
Thurdav, June 28.
Stmt Noeau Wyman, from Hamakua.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Kauil;
3035 bags sugar.
Thursday, June 28.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Buford, for Manila.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn,forEleeleand Hana
pepe at 4 p. m.
Stmr James Makee, TCillett, for Kapaa
at 4 P. m.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Olowalu and
Klhei at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
Stmr Helene, Sachs, for Paauhau, Ku
kalau, Ookala and Papaaloa at 4 p. in.
Chlni this afternoon or evening.
The Transport Thornis sailed .iwav for
Manila this momlng.
Mauna Loa from Kona and Kau oorts.
Maalara and Lahalna tomorrow.
The Archer sails lor San Francisco v. Ith
a load of sugar this afternoon.
The Noeau from Kukulhaele this fore
noon brought 4S';i bags of sugar.
The Florence III nrobablvs.il! In bal
last for the Sound this afternoon.
The schooner James Rolf has hauled
alongside ihe Pacific AUII harf here the
I nomas was.
Dr. J. W. Atmeste, the assistant of Dr.
Ormlrh.iel who arrived in the Ihomas.ls
now the man n ho boards steamers coming
to till-, port.
The Grant, sailing lulv i . will be the
ne.t transport from Sin Frantlco to call
at this port Being a fast boat, the Grant
w III very probably be here July 7.
The Jessie .Minor came off the marine
railway this morning. Captain Whlinty
wants to get her a ay for the Sound this
afternoon but It Is not p obble that she
will be .ible to get away before tomorrow.
People who were on ihe Pavlli. Mall
haif when the Transport Ihoiiuswent
0 it this morning state that she made one
of the prettiest turns, prepir.itorv to de
parlure, that has cer been witnessed In
INSPECT AMERICAN 11 XII HUT.
P.uls, June 13. The United Stntes
Honorary Commissioners, nt their
weekly meeting today, decided to begin
an Inspection of the ailoua American
exhibits at tho Exposition, and so In
formed Commissioner Genet al Peck,
The Inspection will begin next Monday
with the mining section und n thorough
examination will bo made. The Com
missioners nre also arranging for other
work, which will bring them Into close
contact with tho Amerlcnn exhibit,
Tho Hawaiian Commissioners ar
Commissioner Thomas Walsh of Col
orado elaborately entertained the other
Honorary Commissioners and many
additional gueHtH at tho Palace Hotel
this eenlng. After tho banquet a con
cert was glcn In which artists from
tho grand opera participated.
COULDN'T 8TAND PROMOTION.
It was death or promotion, and Joseph
lire lit choe death. He hanged himself
at his home, No. 105, Montrose avenue,
Williamsburg rather than be remanlncof
the Havemeyer sugar refineries. Twelve
dollars and hfty cents and no responsibi
lity were more to him thin higher wages
and a Jib that called for constant thought
Brecht was one of the most trusted em
ploves of the Havemeyers. For sixteen
ears he has been In their emplov. In due
time a job as foreman wa vacant, and It
fell to Brecht. Brecht said frankly that
he didn't want the job. Ihe superinten
dent frowned and said: "If you're nut
willing to go to work tomorrow as fore
man we'll have to get another man for the
place you have now. We can't bring men
up here and then have them lie down on
us when they know the business."
Brecht went home sullen, and durlngthe
night he hanged h.mself. Chicago Tribune.
W. S. WITHERS, Mjjr.
A SPEEDY ROMANCE.
A well-known official of the War De
partment, who related this little story to a
Star reporter, declares that It is readily
true. The parties concerned are both
clerks In th: department mentlonediat least
one of them Is, while the other was up to
a few days ago
It seems that very recently a popuUr
young man of the Northwest was Invited
to a card party. Among other guests lie
met for the first time was a voung lady,
unusually p ettv, If not beautiful, and un
questionably attractive. For a few fleet
ing moments he chanced 1 1 be her partner
at one of the tables. A great deal my
happen iurlng a brief period, however.
Willie the cards were being dealt the con
versation was directed toward the Paris
Exposition, and the oung lady remarked;
"I would marry anybody who would
take me tb Paris for the Exposition."
"Do you mean that?" Inquired her cird
"I most ctrtalnlv do," was the reply.
"I am going to Paris," then announced
her rartner. "Will you marrv me?"
1 "Why, of course," was the laughing
The bell at the Head of the table rang,
the parties c aiged their seats and the
little affair was apparently a thing of the
past. Itcianced tnnt the you g mm was
asked to escort the oung lady home that
nlgnt. lietore reaching her residence de
tails were arranged, and thev were actual
ly married the next day.
Some of her fema e "friends" sav tint
she Is soirv now. because she Ins found
that she does not like him so verv muJi.
1 At all eent, they are going to Paris early
in June. Washington star.
I.LOOMER GIRLS TAI500.
ChntlannoKa, Tenn , June II. lle
(ittisc fie stutknts In the law depart
ment of the l'nl entity of Tciuiesee
saw tit to piny baseball with the "Ori
ginal Bloomer Girls" Baseball Club of
Chlcngo, who nic touring the South,
Dr. ThonniB W. Jordan, dean of the In
stitution, has Been lit to expel them
from the Institution. Dr. Jordan had
forbidden any students to engage in
the ball game with the bloomer girls
at Chllhowle Park yesterday afternoon.
The young men went ahead and disre
garded the ultimatum. Yesterday
morning during chapel exercises. Dr.
Jordan referred to the matter, ills con
cluding statement was that all Unh fr
uity of Tennessee students who had en
gaged In the game or who had anything
to do with it whateer might consider
themselves expelled from the college.
The Helene will not sail until tomor ow
afternoon and therefore the Carondelet will
not be able to get away for Kahulul to
complete her cargo of sugar until tint
time. The captain was expecting to get
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
tJMiYiYmViYimtVsf C U r
i MAGIC I headaches
i HEADACHE while
i WAFERS" 5 dressing.
jiiiiiiui.iinitC, ,0r,ul, ,, ,,,,
In accorJince with vote pised at a
special mtetlng held by tbe shareholders
of the K.thuku Plantation Co. 011 August
ty, i8tj, authorizing the Issuance ot new
certificates of shares.
I he shareholders of ald company are
hereby requested to present their old (5ico
par value, certilicttes and receive In e.v
ch tnge the new ($20 par value) certificates
at the otlice of the Treasurer,
Honolulu, June 28, 1900. 5")'Jt
The New Werner Edition of
. Webster's Dictionary........
Newly and msinlnctntly Illustrated. Wcoffci
rou tho test Dlctlcmory t er imt on tho market at
1 low prtcu. lifs mvr eaillon conutni inan
tpcrlal feature s such m dictionary or Synonym
md Antonyms, lexicon, ot iortlcn jihrisei, dic
tionary of abbreviations, colored plates, etc,
Itc. lumimtkr this la not the cheap book but 1
xuutirully prlutul iiliitnn 011 tlim iatr itt
Jiouan1anf valuable additions nf .Id, tostudcttti
ind buslncMmeti. If ynti ih,!ro I Ills ljix.lt. md(
1, onr special offer price, Sl.oo.aml m will sent
on title cnnnllrtiouur)', iHitiml tn cloth or sent
js $2.00 ami wo will stud the sttmo book boond Ir
toll ton sheep, with a beautiful cover design
1 he luuilsumest lun irlcid Inctlonury ever pub
ithed. Fur etery day use In Hie otlk,, homo
tchoo! and library this dlcltnnnry la absolutely tin
Muali.l. Forwarded on receipt of our special
liter price, 11.00 for cloth blndlos or $2.00 tot
the fall tan sheep. If HUtiutautisiarinry, ruurr
tandtto t lit rilund your money. Wrltoforout
(pedal Illustrated catalojcue, quoting tho lowest
prleisonUxkB,FREE. Wo can save you tnuney
Addresi all order, to
THE WERNER COMPANY,
hMlabera sal H.aaf.ctir.rs, Akron, Oolt
Tlno Job Printing at the Bulletin
IT COSTS $10.00
per month (o rent a wheel and for the sum of
jjj $1?.00 you can buy from us a second-hand bicycle,
(1 guaranteed to be in first-class running order. We
have them for this figure and upward and in the lot
there are a few of the well known Cplumbia Chain-
I less which gives you a chance to get one of these
splendid wheels for a very small amount.
:: Call and get your pick before they are
E. 0. HALL
1776 - Hurrah for
Day Building. Beretunln St., near Central Fire Station
ARE HE4D0UARTERS FOR
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,,
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
At a discount of 2$ pr cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock and!
expressly made for the 1 X L.
P. O. Box 535
-New Shipments Livery Month.
Over 5000 yards of White
Goods of every description have
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
Our stock is the largest that can be found in
town, easy to make selections, DO NOT AUSS
500 pieces of White Linen
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipment of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England
Pacific Import C o.
& SON, Ltd,
4th July -1900
S. W. LEDERER.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol tho City
Ji acre land ard two cottages, Dowsett'w
(j actes land Nahlku, has good annual!
jj-year lease, Beretanla street.
Centrally located Hotel, cheap.
Money to loan on approved security.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Fort St. Progress Block
Wi,tt -. J