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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1901
S ANI TARY
SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED.
I , Two Bond Concerts.
i"Tho band will play tlio following se
lections at a concert In Emma Squnio
this nttcrnoon, beginning at the usufcl
Overture Medea Cherublnl
Hlurtlsaementr-The Zouaes .. Leslie
Ballad Avo Maria HlnchUItt
Grand Selection Tannhauser.Wagnjr
Intermezzo Claire Aplin
lnalo Greetings Fctr.11
The Star Spangled Banner.
At Makec Inland tomorrow afternoon,
the band will play the following mu
sic: Part I.
The Old Hundred.
Introduction Iolanthe 8ulllan
fhcrture The noad to Glory .. Kiln
Hall id The Last Watch .... Flnsutl
Suite Italian (new) Tschaho
Snltc I'rench !'...... Ronrtell
Introduction and Polacca .... Nalor
Sonir Allm Mine .. Newtoi
Sflnnle Anno of Tliaran .... Hoffman
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Royal Arch Mnnons.
At a meeting of the Royal Arch Ma
sons last night, the following oIUctb
Archie, Ollnllnn, high priest; C. L
Crahbc, king; Hubeit Austin, scribe;
If C. Moiton, captain of hosts; .1. M.
Utile, hojourner; K. R. 0. Wullace.
Itojnl Arch captain; George C. Strat"-
znejir, grand master of tho 3d eil
J. H. Hunt, grand master of tho 1st
Tell; T. II. Hoffman, guard; J. K. Wil
der, treasurer; J. D. Tucker, secretary.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
ol U ROOM HOUSE
top Hale with option
of renting house.
; Must Be Sold. A Itorgain.
R. W. ATKINSON
For printing and binding Volume ij, Ha
waiian Reports, will be received by the
undersigned until iz o'clock noon, Jinuarv
24. inoi. For pattlcuhrs apply to the
enderslgned, who will not be bound to ac
lept the lowest or.any bid.
U4ftd Clerk Judiciary Uept.
Is now prepared to do
Kowalahao Street, near South
U6 HOTEL STREET, Old Elite
Tho transport Thyra got nway yoa
terdny afternoon for Manila. It was
officially reported estorday morning
that she could not possibly leave before
The four-masted schooner James II.
llruee In command of Captain C. G. I
Peterson left Newcastle for Honolulu
on December 21. The captain Is accom
panied by his wife and two children.
1ho steamer Ventura, third of the
Oceanic Company's new vessels built
by tho Cramps at Philadelphia, sailed
from that port on December 30th nna
will bo due In San Tranclsco about Feb
Reports by the steamer Iunlanl of
tho 1. 1. Co arriving jostwiliy from the.
Islands, are to the effect,, thrn, tho Ho-
nokaa Sugar Co has 12,000 bags of su
gar on hand and the Pacific Sugar mill
has 4500. ; Rough weather Is reported
In the Hawaii channel while tho Hono
kaa buoy lias been sunk. In crossing
both channels tho se.i was very roug'i
with strong winds.
Tho English ship Palls of Garry
leached port jostcrdny 4C days frori
Newcastle with 3700 tons of coal for the
V. S. Quartet master's department. She
Is n four-master and Is owned by tho
company that foimerly owned tho Bhlp
Pulls of Clyde. Sho Is In command of
Captain llroadfoot, and with tho excep
tion of a death among tho sailors sho
had an unoentful ojngo. Tho Palls
of tiarrj is ono of tho largest ships that
has entered tho harbor of Honolulu foi
mnny a day.
Sundny'H Temperance Meeting?,
Francis Murphy, tho lenip.er.inro lec
turer, will bo -it his best Sunday" aftoi
noon when he will talk to n Inigo i mil
once of men only. This will bo tho list
Sunday meeting In tho sorlei and a
good oppoituultj for men to bring
thcli Mends who certainly should hear
tho Bie.it temperance leader. The met
Inn takes phuo nt 1 o'clock at the usual
place It is ep(led that there will Ik
a eiy largo nttondanio at the ovoi
Thero will bo a gamo of Indoor Insc
bill between tho Evening Class and
Business Men on Saturday, Jaimaij 2(1
at 8 o'clock. Thafollowlng membou
of tho foimci team aro lequested to
bo on hand for practlco at 7: JO o'clock
Monday owning, January 21, In tha
Y M. C.'Ayranaslum:
Brown, J, Clark, Goiman, I) Clark,
Cheatham, Kerr, Price, Puhcy, KU
rath, Crooks, Johnson and Cuitls.
' RcHcnrcli Clnli.
Thero were not enough membois of
the Young Men's Research Club pres
ent at last night's meeting to constitute
n quoiuin so thoro was a postponement
of the pi opium until Prlday evening,
lanuaiy 25. Tho meeting will tnke
place in tho Y. M C. A. hall On that
cteulng the public Is coullally Irnltpd
to attend to hoar thd debato upon "Tho
Readjustment of Taxes.'
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Jnuuaty
10 Temperature Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum 75.
Kilometer nt 9 a, lit. 30.13. Steady.
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point G7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 59 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 19. Weather clear; wind strong
NE, Square rigged vessel 20 miles E.
I'rlday, January 18.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Kukul1
haelei 6co bags sugar.
Gas. Schr. Eclipse Townsend, from
Maul ports. .
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokaj
ports. . ,
' Stmr Hawaii, NJcholsin, from Hawaii
and Maul ports; 1700 bans sugar.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Friday, January 1 8.
P M S S China, Seabury, passengers
flight and mall for San Francisco.
(Lib ATThsra, Edwardsen, for Manila,
'Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for La
lialna, Maalaea, Kona and Kau.
Sclir Molwa 1 n. for Paaullo.
Stmr James MaUee, Tullett, for Kapaa
Stmr Kauai, Hruhn, for Kaunakakal.
Saturdav. Jinuarv 10,
B-A stmr Chas Nelson, Anderson, for
Nanuiui will load sugar tor ban I ran
Shin Wm H Macy, Groth. fo- the
aounu in omasr.
Stmr Unolu, Dalton.for Kaualhae, Ho
nolpu and Kona ports.
Schr Twilight, Cheston, for San Fran
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Hawaii, ran its 1 ti Keloids.
From Kukulhaele, per stmr Iwalani, Jan
10 fti v .Holmes, 11 Loulsson, Master
Manuel Hardy and 5 de.lt.
For I.ahalna Kona and Kau, p:r stmr
Miun-t l.oa, Jan iS -Dr Edward Armltage,
IIC Schmidt, Mrs J Gasper, G G Hub
bard. O Jones. Rev W D Westervelt. Mrs
Kalao, C Acliovy. J P Cjoke, S Desha,
miss a Heard, Atom-, Keohokalole, J M
Vlwas, James Lino, C H Heard, Colonel
Norrli, V O Prather, Miss Paine, Hattle
Jines. A de liezo. W O Smith. W K
Cistle, Jr, John Desha, Ml CI i pool,
H V rrenenm, G Hanson, E Brana, K
Noululka, Ah Clnng Kee, Miss Helen
Carleton. E H Carleton and wire, Mis!,
The ship William II. Mncy was towol
to sea this luuinlng h tho tug Pearles,1.
She was anchored alongside of the Qt"'
man Bhlp Roland, and after the tu,j
hid taken hold of her tho captain of
tho ussel gae ordeis too soon to let
go tho stern lino which held her tu
tho biioj, and as a lesult she collided
with tho Roland and somewhat dam
aged her running gear.
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting of
the- Charter Members of the MfcUCIIAM.il
ASSOCIATION OP HONOLULU will be
held at the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce on Monday 21st Inst, at 11
o'clock a m, Full attendance Is requested.
(Signed) R. P.LANGE, .
1742-it ,, Acting Secretary.
&Ait in iftil iotuma li imrti4 V
VJEf( (ll H' CM inurtlonl J! axil lull
inutHonr r tttttt tnt wtk, 40 ttntt ttto xettkl.
Ml eo anil cm mmlt Jtll ll Ibe ihtaml nivtf
Hunt mr efirti tbt ptopll of Honolulu
STENOGRAPHER irltSPARE TIMB DURINO
tuln hou'i dlt tolttnd to another
firm corresronf ne t JJ to f.o pr menth . Ad-
Jr$ k ii.tniioinct . . Wfl."
BARGAINS' IN JFWELtlY-ycj tn (tl ttwmit
D M. P. LLCA5. toi Hotel bt Fin tnHni!
OTtCE TO BUILDFRS Tn Union Epre C6
hn will It aAMircK -ftut. m.
WANTED-Flrit-clJJi bench mn Arrl Pacific
Mill lompiny, AIk,tintQuttn St U4l-lw
'ANTED A rUH tnn at cnnclimin. Apply
W Mfi. P- M. Httth I'lmicDla SI if)t
ANTE3 by a first clan tookka r. position
at aPOUl JIOJ per monill uw reierrnt
ttANTEO Tn Maclumlth helpert. apply to
" HENRY WRIOIIT Foil Si tnauka ol Lucal'
ANTID-AT MRS. MELtlS' drmmaklnc
(Ml.hm.nf firtt'Cla. hani and asilstants
Apply Pten j and 6 P M , Dctrttnla street, next
to Or Miner 1 Ea aide. it)vi
AMED tabortri for rlflnlatlon work ae
VV , nA.l an ma.4lal talllll Irmtl It W.
ATKINON, Matroon Block
WANTED I urnlthed lion lth tiur or more
" rooms with kitchen
I .-tin Office.
Adlrett W. r I) . Ilul-
SITUATION WANTED-A cood rliht Japanese
bov.whouniertlands Fncllsh wanta a position
I'linjr to d any kind ot work Addrcsi 'Y S ,"
llulntln office ni-iw
WANTH) Tin and ht Iron wjiket lheiork.
AidrcK "Tinner ' thU otSce irl!;
WANTtD-l'i ltl;n a Matlonarv or liol.tlnj en
v cinerr, aotrr ateiJy cjualified (or a resprn-
.11.1. ir.te AiJ-- 1 II fvta tltnt BMJ
)rif powtvn rlllJIfM -J wii i mi) f) - "
'ANTED Bv a rcentleman a nlcel furnished
. lil.... .1, '.I. lanMa Ittl.lU
FIM,T1 nU.m, I. IIIU ,11,1,. -',-"
Wfln I LH n ninni jr., w. 11 - ... ...v...
plumber Titr ti y Stab'ea burning. Tii-tl
a (tUtrh . ...,. a ..I , t.M. IJ Itrnttl,
CIUMI MAW, stenoeraner ana ireimr. "
once AddreH "A N " Bulletin Olflce
ANTEDWATCHES to repair by le.eler of Jj
VV years experience Jul receUed a tint I re cl
tuwet'es O DIETZ. atrNuuanuSt int-tl
WANTED-ENOHAVINfl AND ENAMELING
W M r LUCAS o Hotel St tt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Rats Appply al Bulletin Office 1560-tf
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysteri served n the shell only Try his
famous Ham and Er Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hsta' sweets. WM LUCAS, Proprietor.
NEWLY F"RNISHED ROOMS ulthgool board
(home cooking) Call a-Corner of Wilier ave
nue and Maklkl dl terms reasonaoie
1 nlshed ATKINSON. Magoon Building
T I rT Ma. D.h. IIa,, Pit.nl.h.! .r tinfnr.
FURNISHED ROOMS rine front furnlsted plas
te'es room Apply No 11, SchoolSI. ifio-iw
TO LET CeslraMa house of 7 rooms, bath, good
location ut finished Rent Jri 50 monthly.
pply GLAR LANSIG CV CO , Judd Bulldlns.
FOR RENT Cotlare and famished house keeping
rooms, Cottage Grove gine Si. .... .
(j)S-tt IE. k.'NG
TO LrT Seflon House. ell furnished rooms with
. I Mard Young M . near Pllkol. ni6-imo
OR RENT Dr Jobe'a Iront office of to rooms,
u.l.,1 . r H.lihnnl a l.,nn hS rn.,m rnral luca Inn
Insult ol LMBERTM flKOWN, Hollstir Drug
HOUSE TO RENT ,fl ihe corner of Maklkl and
IdarAvfnue-. Apply on premises iraS'im
TO LET Sefttn House wel furnished rooms with
board oung St , nearPMkol. i7to-im
TO RENT Furnished room Garden Lane Enquire
of Mrs McConnel. off Union street. No g Garden
Lane 100J tf
FOR SALC-Clgar Store and Soda Water stand,
spletdld locatl n Open for ln estlgatlon, Ap
pyNo i6,,lottSt. IT39-I"
P)RSAtE A large upright Knabe plann In good
condition for jqq Address ' W this office 1 Mf
PR SALE Eltherimeor both of a team of black
mares, gentle and kind Henry W. Howard
M D s-ivtl
PR SALE Furniture of 6 rooms house, pond and
new with opt on of renting house ATKINSON,
Rrom 11 Magoon tlu Idlng Merchant St
on YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only $10 a
SU monfi I' H Huncnc. w King St.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-K'alulanl Tract, only
i,ioo itP H Uurnette, King St
LOTS- Kaplolanl, on easy terms P. II, Burnetle,
HOUSE AND LOT-Puunul. very cheap P. II
Burnette. w King St
UOUSE AND LOT-Asylum Road, near King. P.
. 11 uurnette io King m
OR SALE One each asl-a and 6 horse power
' MIITZ fit SSEISS KEROSENE Oil OOINE5, tnew)
InqulraofJ Emmeloth in King St , irii-tf
FOR SALE A lew Imported milch cows Apply to
J.M VIVAS nSi
Rk SALE Cheap, 1 family mare, harness and an
open buggy Appl to
, wiluam svirr,p
aon Merchant St
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodging House and ccttage
Business Property In heart of city residence property
HfcNRY WATEtJHOtllE & CO ipos tf
FOR SALE OR RhNT-A I acta Lot In Nuuanu
Vallv. wild LArge,House and Several Cottages
HENRY WATERHOUSh U CO i6oi-tl
" ' 'i. 1
THE bsst cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
' to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store neat to Or
ph'um All kinds of Manila cigars a specially
EARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO tor sale at a
bargain Arclv ic.8 Baretaila street, near
Pumping Station ,68s If
PR SALE $100 Futnltureot roomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDCE & CO .
it6 Merchant St
PR StLE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s reel
near Horolulu Iron Works si years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location
Applyto WILLIAM SAVIDGE, 81 CO,
ao6 Merchant street
I OST--A model Sj Cleseland bicycle No no
L- UnWr pkase return to ObORGh HAYSELDEN
at H Mav & Co ard rerehe liberal reward iti8iw
1 OST Treasury Warrant No C8i In favor of W
1- G Kit el for $ij 00, da'ed November loth loon'
on account Pav of Police Hawaii Payment has
has been stopped on this dralt ititiw
1 OST $. regard tor overcoat lost nar Pacific
t- Ma 1 doik Wednesday evening Leave same at
Hawaiian Hotel itis-iw
FOUND-AVn.t Jan. ist a small skiff maiked No
10 owner can havetho wire bvpvlng f )r this
advertisement, Apply at barK S2BAS I IAN BACH
nOUMl-A lady's blacKnickwrap In front of M C-
DOSAI I) sh wing shop Onr may have bv
calling there tor It 6-w
FOUND-A Sniff. Oaner can obtain the same by
paying expense Apply 111, Fort St ITI -aw
FOUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite the
LIU Ice Cream Parlors GEO. HAIINLR,
Manufacturing jeweler ,-cS 1 m
.stiKmnmaKtnr n -n itmaaaeaKsa
Im Qomoontratod Oropm
M lira V3I MBUIGUM WOW
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BL00I
LOSS OF COLOUR.
BMTaia'Iaost ta PrMoriba
by the Leading Pbrtlclu
of all Countries.
II u mtltkn Tnituwr Smtt
Dmi Ml CimtUfaU.
Dm mat VUtkm liu Tmnm
t 600a brines back
XS.TC.ra ytoL.n" n tlbo laill. I.a. ot Ui
ZIV w . "" w " "'We's saa liraisl.ta
Wholesale 1 uc, I(u tsfsyetie ru
The four-masted schooner Tinnslt
sailed fiom Nawcastlo on Doconibei 21
(or Honolulu with 885 tons of coal.
To the Public 5
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son. Limited, are now the recognlz'd
Agents for CLBVnLAND BICYCLES for the Hawaiian Islands,
the recent arrangements ol ou Mr R. C. Lennle having been ap-
proved of by the undersigned.
Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we received another shipment of,..
and can satisfy anvone wanting a good bicycle.
-The Cleveland Is...
iX A GOOD BICYCLE "
C4LL AT BICYCLE DEPAB''MFNT
ON 2nd FLOOR OF NEW STORE 1
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Comer Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
II 03 Queen Ste-oot
1 ' '
For Sale !
On view at my salesroom, 65 Queen
Street, are TWO FINE PIANOS, one Is a
Kimball, the other a German piano Any
one wishing a fine Instrument should not
lose this opportunity for getting one at a
very low price.
Jae. F. Morgan,
FOR 1901 !
flie Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
"their stock of OFFICE? AND
POOKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LOT, 60 ft. by 200
ft. House contains siv rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.-
High ground. h.celent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines, Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 Merchant Street, or'of
i740-tf Pensacola Street.
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO,,
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH.
Cleveland Sales Depar meftt
By Q. A. Merril,
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Shid. Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Craw fish, Crabs, Etc
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MLATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, freah everv div. Tongue, Clipped
Re-f. Etc. Alai Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' l.ler, Tripe, CaKes' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, PI kles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could Kvlsh for
but what is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The en partnership exUtlng be
tween Robert I ewers, Charles M.
Cooke and P. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKE,
Is this day dissolved bv mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the mme of
LEWLHS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed bv the corporation, and all
amount! due the firm are piade pay
able to the corporation.
Thanlfs are extended to those who
have given patronage to tne lirm
which Is now dl.'solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWBR8 f COOKE.
LCWEKS ft COOKE. LlmllrJ
Pretlient F J lowm
Vlc.-l'rulJfnt. . W.W. llARPIS
SrcyanJTreai W. A IMddcn
Auditor C H Cooke
Director Rodert Lew eus
Director, ., CHAS M. COOKB
Honolulu Dec. )i. tuw
' Henry Waterhouse
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE -AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT SrS.
DON'T BUY.YOUR rURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLAENT PLAN,
MJTCM.L AT THE
AND SAVE !. ITWILI PAY YOU TO
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
I'.O. BO535. S.W.LEDIRLR,
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