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KVKNINQ DUkUSTlN, HONOLULU, II. T., SATUIIDAY, FEB. 9, 1001.
"Name on Every Piece."
FOR stc Of
LEWIS & CO.,
240! -240! 240!
Boer and Wine Dealers.
IMTORTKRB, AND WlIOLUSAL
Wine ml Liauor Dealers.
Atu lot u Bon!, 4 Raleltr Br ot statu.
Ko; 10 Nuuahu HTBnm-1
Ftitaf Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian Hlakdi.
P. O. Boi ijt Mufaal T.l.pbon. yt.
SODA WATER' CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LAROE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. II. DEE", Prop.
A Solemn Memorial
"Si ' OF
HER LATE MAJESTY
Quet'n of Great Britain anJ,Ireland,
Empress of India, will be
si, nw'o am
SUNDAY, FEB., 10,
lj , AT 3 P.1M. I7S&-31
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
jou have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
Zl' ....... 9WMWWW,W TTr.....
The Mardi Qras
, , v In wliich the pepple of Hawaii are interested to
' make a social as well as a financial success is
almost nere. We are striving to do our part
and assist in the festivities by offering you the
4 J onnoitunitv to be the best cowned.
w We offer the choicest of Various
4- to orcler'tdr the occasion under the
$ ' supervision of
" MR. HARRY DAVIDSOIN,
I ..WIGS AND SILK MASKS..
01EFURES-Speci.il attention is called to
OUR HAIR DRESSING
Ail departments are under the direct management of .V.irs
, M; h. KILLEAN.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
ARLINGTON HLOCK. IIOTHL STREET.
of Quarantine Officer
The little launch Onhu, belonging to
tho quarantlno physician, won worse
than nr-ortiA for the imrposrs It was
lntgtlctl tnlie weather which has lire
vnllcd here for the past neck.
YcWrila, the doctor started for tl(.e
steamer China anil, before the knuckle,
buoy was rcaehed, tho, launch hail ship
ped sonjuclrwale"r orrf "the how that
her captain hail to put hack tor (ear
Ai It happened, the pilot boat was
rfr when the O.ihu took water nml Dr.
Il.ihrenlierR told the pilot to bring the
bit; steamer Into the harbor. lie would
boanl her then. He then went homo
with much hasto ami changed Ida drip
ping uniform for a dry one.
After the Chlnn was alongside the
wharf she was boarded by the doctor
nnd her passengers were examined nnd
People along the water front think
It unfortunate that the quarantine phy
sicians should have been handicapped
In their work by a launch In which It
Is unsafe, to go otitslilo the harbor or
even to tb knuckle luoy, except In
the calmest kind of weather.
Mjrlposa'H Report. f
The Mariposa sa,lled fiom San I'ran
clseo at 3:32 p. m. on February 2 and
.nrrlved off port at 2:11 p. m yesterday,
i ' dajs and 12 minutes from pilot to
1 pilot Storms and head seas were in ft
I with the whole uaw
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,t (HUM DlmVAIW.
um urn aeuiQuv wn
MHEMIV POORNESS OF BLOOI
LOSS OF COLOUR.
n iili I rob U Prevrlb
by the Leading Fbjtlelaa
f i 4iiht Ttit net Sm
Dt mot CoUpU.
Don mot lititkm lU T
Boon brlnf bck
mtt4 bttH vtMt ittlf m xktr tBittMiM (ti
0ia Intel fcrtM fcr H CkUn tad Uratfu
nhnltilU IM Una f . . ..
....inn wr, aiuv biaCltDi (AFIS
Wilt be received at the office of the
SUPT. PUBLIC WORKS, till 12 o'clock
noon of MONDAY, FEB. 11, for the ab
straction of a Storm Water Drain on Ala
Plans and Specifications at the office of
the Asst. Supt. Public Works.
The Supt. Public Works doe snot bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid,
J. A. McCANDLESS,
1750 2t Asst. Supt. Pubic Works.
FRED J. CROSS,
Commltlng and fclur-orlntondlnn
Klnctro-ilyilraullc Power Transmission
REV0H1H AND EOTIMATK8
FURNISHED. , . .
With Cattpn-Noll Co., Quoon street.
'. otaco noit to l'oi-v.flito. ! K iai)
A. -Harr48on Mill Co.
'' tJjtts"rI(iM'Sitn 6.s mi. EinoI ol
Brick' and Stone Work,.
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Biir.ds, MouUinas, Brackets, and
Alr-Klnds,Qf Wood Work. Finish Turning
i vV' KAVAIAHAOST.,KllWALO,
Tel.'Whlte 1221. P. O. Bo 52.
? J-MKS T. TAYLOK,,
, Tele, has It
(06 Judd Block.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and dt
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler won
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair,
executed at shortest notlc.
materials esneclally made
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for additional Shirting Ntwt w vttithpn,
Friday, "eh 8.
Gas'sthr Surprise, Nystfom, fiom Ha
Saturday, Feb. 9.
U S A T Lawton, Ajgune, from ban
lA-H.iS, S American,. McDonald, from
SeatleVTndse td H HncWeld ft Co.
-? " . "Vrldav. Feb". 8.T -
Sfmr Nlili.iu.Thomp'on, for Kauai po'.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kauai.
Saturday Feb. tj.
P M S" S China, SeaSury. for the
Orient; ' t.,
A-JI.S S Califofnlin. Moirhon. for New
V-.lI. I- III,- l ?
I uni viu.mi(ni l '
Stmr.,,VValaWaIe, Plltz, for,Kaual,port
From S.in Francisco, per O S S Marlpo
so, Feb '8 Mrs A Allen, Miss Bennett,
Miss E Bowman, Mrs C N Fulcher, Mrs
H Hemlngs, R'A Perry.'Mr and Mrs Jro
II Gourlle, Mrs Gourlle's maid, Mr and
Airs F W Grant, Miss Mllcred Fulcher,
I Miss S S Sandberg, Mrs R A Perry, A
Drtle , Mrs Dreler and 2 children, Mr and
Mrs rheo Hoffman, Mrs F W Mac'ar-
I I .... M. U tltm.. M k t.,rt.r nn.l N
I .lit, nils .. i.uii.i.3, m.s r 1 amu u.tu ,
children, Mrs L E Arlegh and child, G A
Turner, O AmunJsin, Mrs N Wlllard, D
Walsh. Sataka. Miss A Wlllard. W Ar
nold, S Berg, R C Brown, b L Clark.
MUs E K Dayton. ttlssM,Keler. C A
Hall, C E Robin, K Sprado, Mis H Flick,
Mrs S luck. S Schweitzer. A B Well.
Mls M L Tavenner, J t-ernburg, PH
Givln, W H WlllliiRliam. Nakashlna,
P f re-dman. F Ln-li-g, G Waliln J Fer
rltra. II Raane, wife and children, Cna
Houghton, J P rfanson.
For the Orient, per P M S S Chlaa,
Febo-Mrs Ballen. A R Manlce and wife
and 63 steerage paseiiRcrs.
The Warrlmoo from the Colonies Is due
Thesteamer Walaleale sails for Kllaue.i
this afte noon.
The Ahriposi leaves for Sin Francisco
on Tuesday at to a in.
The steamer Hawalllan sailed from New
York for this port on January 27
The Halls of Garry will sill for the
the iound .Monday, weather r-ermlttlnp;.
The schooner Muriel Is one of the few
vesels arriving heie from Newcastle with
a cargo of coal on deck.
The freight steamer American from
Seattle, was sighted off Walm.in.ilj short
ly alter ten o'clock this morning.
When the Callfornlan Ht the harbor t
sue was urawing 20 leet.or water ait. ane
was towed Into the channel by the Fear
less. The China left at noon today for the
Orient. She took thtee Cabin pas engers
and ) Chinese and 30 Japanese In the
N0TE8 OP THE MILITARY.
Two squads of ten men each from Co.
I), will have a shot at tho butts tomoi
row. Tho same squads had a ko nt it last
Sunday, one team being under Corpor
al McQrcw, and the other under Cor
poral Turner. Tho derision as to high
est fccore was ghen to the team imdT
As tliero were several Important
points to bo considered the defeated
team nro not quite satisfied, so they
will shoot again for points tomorrow.
It has been told to n Itulletln rcun--tor
that tho team under Corporal Tin
ner n going to put tho opposing tisir
to sleep. ' '
They Offered PrnycrH.
AmoiiK the pas8engeis, on tho Mlliu
hala on her last trip to Kntinl cro
soernl I'orttiKiiese. Tbey were bound
for Hununiaulii. 'The tt Ip was a inostj
terrible one nnd many units, it was
thought tho vessel wuud. founder.
After many hours battling with tho ter
rllDa sens und several unsuccessful at
tempts to land the passengers, th ves
sel llnnlly huide Ilnnuniaulu and the
passengers ere landed.
As soon ns they reached the wharf,
they nil devoutly knelt down and of
fered up their prayers for their deli
verance from tho tttorm.
Tho big steamer Callfornlan sailed
for Illlo this morning, rarylng a mill
and ono passenger, l'erey Morse, thu
ttgent here of the vessel.
Thero was a big crowd at tho whurf
to see the vessel sail, most of thrse
present being the friends and relatives
of tho Hnwallans who shipped on tho
vessel for the trip aiound the Horn.
Vlie Callfornlan will reach Illlo to
morrow 1 J
Second olAccr Ames of the China lrift
that vessel In San Francisco. Ho was
succeeded In the position by J. Thomp
son, Washington, Jan, 26. Secretary
Qngo today sent to 'the House a full
statement of tho Indebtedness Incurred
by tho annexation ot Huwall, with a
request for nn appropriation to pay,
iGESSLER'S; will refund
; MAGIC I-, the money
ilHEADACHEi: If they fall
i WAFERS : to cure.
4MWWtWff!l ITU. 10 cent.
1279 Fort Street.
OPPOSITE ORPHEUM BLOCK.
TUESDAY, PEIsT 12, 10 11 m.
Pine I'arlor furniture, bedroom suits,
Brass beds, Moss & Hair Matresses,
Feather plllgws, Couches. Odd Dressers,
Lamps, OaR wardroties, Oak frame ialr
rors, Oil paintings, Carpets, Lace ciirtahis.
Hooks, Uaby cribs and Hrick-a-brack.
' WILL E. FISHER,
ICiJi H unit Hut chi tmtrtlonl if tmlt Iw
inittllfirl to tlHtl on4 Bfll, 40 tinU two liltil
nd (a tnh out month. 711 it tbt chubtit ii,r.
Hung fr efftrej tbl fitoplt if Honolulu.
POSITIONS (or RfllW Ite'p. Aiklnyrti. Mjcooh
CTFNOURM'NC'? Willi SIME T'MD DUMNO
O tnnn,lin,Hftdfl,c to Atteni la nntti
fi,m rcr ,pnn.ltn', 41 hi rr rainui
AJJTfll K. I
II , ilulltllnV
L M.F. Li'CAS, toy Ho f I Si. f'nt bntrln(;
,Th Union rtrt Co
hi. WHITE SAND hOH SALE. mm
BOV WANTED tnlrimthe ,r'ry tu.lnnl. II
V. F nr, Haul Si u6c-iv
IlANTEO-REUAIItn MAN TO REI'HFSPNT
W an 4ktitlli,!wJ hur 01 Ify. l.ooJ poslUorf
lo right pri) AJJrrtk P. O. Bon j8t, Porll ind,
Orrtpin. . jrj -91
A JEWFLER WANTED, lIMJy work nj toot
waer. to th rlicht man. G. lllffncr. Mann
racrttrinte Jecter. Ildcl itrttt. crroslt tin Ire
1 ANTED Two Kooiccmnstltoriatonce. Apr'v
W at thta pfBcf . ,ro-t(
mllva prf,rrJ. Ad
'A" ihla office l-iw
UANI ED-Your plumN"! lo Jo,
plumber All woftt cuaranleei. J. N. Shaler
.. rv m .'..in...
anQuetn Si. n.ar Alake a
WANTED-S.ini-hani Wl Ihlre or McNeal &
Urban ale. 'lltti P. O H,. ,,6. , iw
AN EXPEHT UOOK KEEPER wouMIIke a t ol
M bo kstokerp tenlnK. AJJrets "llook-kerper''
Ihla office. 'f1 t,5tiw
WTANTED A corrpelrnt altman l'h knowl Jf
ol dry rood. O.iol ialar 10 rlshl rarjy,
AJJrca, stitlnfc relrrencea, ,fAriVC.";hl!l once.
A OOOD DRr-OOODS SALESMAN nil belofe
, tt a m. tvmorrow, R w tklnson, room 11,
REL1AULE appllcantt for any position, perma-enl
or tmpora,y. Aiaeoon t)IJ.. Aterchanl anj
UANTEDWATCIIESto rrpalr by Jeweler cl
v years exrerlance. O. DlbTZ, 41, Nuuanu
YOUNG MAN, stenographer an! t,rerlter,
once AJ Iress "A N " Bulletin Office
,M h. LUCAS), SO) MOM St.
THE OWL, LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters servej n the shell onlv fry his
famous Han and tff Saniwlchcs anj CofTie, Cor
Nuuanu an4 Hue' striets, WM LUCAS, Proprietor.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH tNOE for clean Cot
ton Rags Appplv at Rultetln Offtc. ,sftq-U
CURNISriED Iront rooiu $ o oo month. Nonther
1 roomers ,t V nevaM?,! nearruui u. ,u.
FOR RENT One large room, tleivtnt't lo-ateJ,
also housekeeping rooms, AiJress (,'f this
TO LET Fumlshet room, s8 Derilanla St., op.
t.lte Central l'n on church. ,,s -,w
PR RENT TbinlsheJ room, ,481 Nuuanu street
apove Vineyari. 1T5VIW
TO LET Collate on Klnau St. betren Pllkol anj
1 Keaumoku, 7 rot ms, Inctu4ln? kitchen ani bath
room, lormerly occunlei by A. T. Urock. Rent $
per month. Apply to C, R. Collins, Klnj street, reir
DART OF OFFICE TOR RENT, 1VHNISHED
MUSiness centre rtlKI.OUM. MAOOON HLD
FOt RrNT FurnlsheJ room with or without boari
In trlvate family Apply )oS Derelanla St. ;,-tl
:0R RENT A colairt s, corner Kaalahao
ana u streets. Apply 110 l-on, IJIshop Bank
I, "6-. I
DROPERTY AT WAIALUA TOR LEASE-Fou,
I lots at Wslalua, jjst opposite Wralalua Hotel, ,oo
lot, are offr r, J fur lease t'nglv or as a wh-le. Tor
particulars apply to Mrs. t. Krkaanlau Pratt, let
rO RENT I rooms for Uchthouse-ke-plnj. 58
pet montn. At insane Asylum Koaa. 1 . 2,'raucrt
COR RENT Several new 6 rootneottacesat Insane
- nijrium iatj o per mon.ii. lannratraucn
IT 4 ,w
rO LET S, It in House, well fumlshel rooms with
b.arJ. Young St near Pllkol m6., mo
TO RENT rurnlsheJ room. Garden Line Enquire
of Mrs AtcConnel, off Union street, Nn. 0 Oar Jen
FOR SALr Family horse anj sutrer. Horse si unJ
anJ s,f .tuuey in hot-Jess conJIl rn A J
dm'CK II jllmnC trice , t
HOR SAir-R,Jroom Set anj Kl chen Table, al
1 most new. $,5. Apply this nrfice. ' S II -tf
RL'SIDECi: I'KOPIIUTY VOK SAU!
Location the test. In Nuuanu Valley miner ot
JuJJ anj Llllha s'ree's Im h Suhr prvnlsrs con
sfstlnt; of about four acres of tanJt;o,ere.1 w(tli bcau
tllul lan. trees an , t lants A srltr JM rf.IJnre
tHocofai;.,; crm. lets barn a-,a servants' iiuirteri.,
all b, tirst clsskconjlllun tor furth,r partlculus
"'JillAWAIIAN TKUST & INVEST
MENT CO.. LI l. Telephone, ,84 4lo,t
? . ' ' . " - ' ' " ' "
COR SALC On Emma atiert, s rtum cpttacc, fur-
, nnrti rnmp.ete, sanl'ary plumblntr tlirouuhiiut
For partkulars arply to Lhas b Moore & 10 ,
room 9, Mtcuon UlocK, Alakra anj Merclunt Sis
I t I'Sflf
HOI'S!: i LOT, rlitht In town, only IiSjo l II.
Uurpette, ,o KU tU
HOUSE & LOT.'WIIcox tract, new houw, lot fox
no, fnly$s.ooo, termscas, P. H Utmelte, 14
COR SALE OR LEASE- A dwelling house, C..I
1 tajrt anj lot, centrally locaeJ, within five blocks
of the prist office : lotrixtii suitable for Uoctors or
Dentists uflice anj jMelllne, or for a business Ic-ca-lJ.
Rent $ic- per month. Apply to GEAR, LAN
SING 8c CO. i,itf
CORSALC-Cholce Fruit Trees' from rtoilji. eon.
r slstlns of Peaches, j'ears Plums Apricots
Apples. Japanese Persimmons, Mulberries. Etc,, of
MnJs rrtown bv Florlta irrowers and moit (kely to
.fruit In this climate AJJress Byron O. Claik, man
ager Clark Farm. Wablawa, Oahu. i,,6-tw
COR "SALE-Florlds Peach Trees an) Cocos Wed
' Jel'ana. Apply S, W. JORDAN.
174,-lf ,n Fort St.
"jn YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only $10 a
-v montn P II tlurrette, 10 Klne St.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
St. 9 to. P. M flurn!! tn ltlno lt
FOR SALE-On i(h tW-4 and 6 horw powei
MISTZ 8t UtISS KfPOSENB OIL CNOINES, (new)
Inqulftbl J. EMMfcLUTH. ui Kin; St. I7l-!f
0R SALF-A few Importtd milch cows.
RR SALE Chtip, i family nire, harncis and an
open buggy. Apply to
too Aiercnant M.
THE w cent dirar In town U th "COLONEL"
to H had at the Mynla Clear Store ncit toOr
rhum. All klnit of Minlla dran a ipclaltv
0R SALE loo, Futnttureof sroomej cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGb & CO..
ko Merchant St.
P3R SALE S4000. Leaieholi on Queen ttrett.
1 near Honoldlu Iron Worki. 14 years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO..
06 Merchant street
LOST The person who stole the bicycle belonging
to Haruld Wjnsor, cash Xuv at ih IMululu
Market Co store, will r'ae rrtgrn the sime to the
plscw frmn which It was taken It Is nedd vt-ty
bftilv. No nutiHont will mi aked T6.ttt
F. J. Rayner, D. D. S.
LATB OF HUFfALO, N.V.
Crown and Bridge
HOURS 9 TO 4.
304 Boston Block.
There will bo no tmlo prnctlfo thU
nftcrnooii on attount, of tho vtimlitlon
ot tho groiintU at .Moan.iliia, cauSctl by
tho recent rahm.
The Jiolo eiitliualasta nro veiy imieh
elntcil over tho fact that four teams
Imvo alicatly been foimetl and tli.it tho
plnyeiH tuin out regularly ev'ery aftnt
noon for practice. ,
V TTT T V V V '' TTTTTfTTTTT, 'I' T T 1
tt' The "ZEALANDIA"
t 'ff 01)01)
t , '
B. O. HALL & SfON, Ltd., "'
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
HAlAAAAAAllAilllAAif.AAAAAlAlliaAAlAAl AA AAJ ' aajiI
Hih rAde a
& Frank BPetepsono
Jas. F. Morgan
-OS Queen Streat
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pcnsacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontJRe of too feet on
Penvj.tila street. 265 00 Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and zCoon dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lor:., 1 lare bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE "OT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage ii.s.j.-,setvants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planteJ and com
mand a good view.
TEKMS and further Information at my
ouice, 05 iiueen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
" au - JPS
The Sparkling Comedy
FUNNIEST OF FARCES AT
The - Orpheuffl,
; SATURDAY, FEB. 9,
BO. - 75c.
Seats on'sale'at WALtNICiildLS"& CO.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HuYLF.RS
CHOCOLATES per the
ARRIVE ! f
brought us a shipment of
AND GENTS f
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'3 'Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to he h.i.i. VV.
are Scile Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wl Salmon. Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Srnd. Carp. Rock Cod, Sea
Hass. Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
I'OULTR V AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-rVarns, 'Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. , Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. .Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
1BUTTER, EggsjCltesJ.'p'i (kM Chbty
chow.'Siuer Kraur?ApplJi;.jYars, 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 wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone tV.ain 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath.room, at least
Deslgri and prtceson appli
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE' INSURANCE AGENTS
. ,Jt AN D MERCHAIST STS
FIno Job Printing at ths Bulletin
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