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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, FEB. 25, 1901.
x mfvr 'r"'7'
IS ASSURED BY
The Lutcst Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR iHIKTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
SANITARY STEAM LMJNDRY
Tel. Main 7tf. Laundry, Kawahihao St
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St
Just Received V,A
and Spreckles Line "ZEALANDIA"
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT
lyptinrajii. mrr'.,rran.-jTljrn.n. !.
20th Century Vehicles
us the Kit.
The Runabouts, Surreys
finished and are supplied with
who !i 1 1
for us tile lilt, " elties
GLAD TO HAVU YOU CALL ANY TIME.
We make and repair harness. We carry a full line of all
parts pertaining to vehicles, springs, axles, wheels,
carriage hardware, horse shoes, iron, etc.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.,
Day Block, Beretania'St., -:- Honolulu, T. H.
The Sheridan Here
With Many Troops
The army transport Sheridan, after a
rather slow voyage from ban l-rjn Joi on
accoun of rough weather encountered,
arrived this miming.
She has 1347 enlisted men aboard, cum
prls'ng a battalion each of the :6tli and
27th Infintry. cismts, general taft and
sigml corps. B .t five passengers were
brought for this place. Hi y are Mrs
I'hllllp Andrews and child, U. S, G.
White and wife and Z. T. Banks.
Mrs. Andrews formerly Mis Clara
Fuller Is here with her baby on a vMt to
her father and mother Captun and M-s.
Andrew Fuller; Mr. White Is a govern
ment engineer here for duty and Mr.
Hanks Is in the portal derartment. Of the
many other passengers aboi'd severil are
army offuers returning to their commands
In the Phlllplnes and the others are the
wives and,, relatives of officers already
there. Se'veril hospital nurses and many
chllJren help swell the large crowd of pas
sengers which was a jolly one on the trip
Quarlermasler Captain Miles fo merly
of the Warren Is In charge of the Sheri
dan The ship's officers are Captain Plew,
First officer, H. Hrnle; Second oiticer,
liryant: l niru oincer, laieiin: -ourtn ntti
cer. Hu iter; Fifth officer, Sunm e; SUth
The Sheridan will take coal here and
sail on WeJne'dav for Manila direct.
DAMAUC AT WAIMOA.
A letter .received In Friday's mall
from Kauai states that, at Walmea, a
great deal 0' damage has been dene bv the
late storm. The rows ire turned Into b ig
holes and near Walmea on the prortv of
Mrs. Sheldon, taio patches and a big piece
of land were entirely w.ished away. With
the, land went horses, hnu-e, cows and
poultry. The river was running at list
accounts over wn.it was formerly culuv.it
Duke 01 Westminister Wedding.
London, Feb. 1C The Duke of West
minster ami MIsh Slielush Vc8t weiy
married at St. Paul's Church, Knight'
llrhlKC this nflernoon. The edifice
una Hilled to Its rapacity with (liming
uUlied people. Tho servleo was fullv
Coloned Wllllnm Comvalls-vV'el
gave his daughter away.
Silks, Flannels, Etc.
here in December, purchased
in Vehicles, Harness, Robes.
Whips, nnil i .mips, to
he found in tiie United
They Imve just arriv
ed and the exhibit is one
worthy of your attention
-they comprise the best
1 be found in a market
lat is noted for its su
,erior style, dtsign and
and Buggies ate superbly
th; latest inventions: Rub
ber Tires, Ball Bearing
Axles, and. Quick Shift
ing Shaft Couplers.
We keep In stock full
line of Surries, Pha
tons, Buggies, Cabrio
lets, Landaus, Victorias
Carts, Traps, Sulkies,
"Nome on Every Piece."
rOK SALB BV
240! 240! 240!
Lodge Le I'rogres Dcl'Occanie
No. 124. A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
meeting of the above lodge at 7:30 o'clock
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at Its
hall, Aiasonlc Temple.
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.
Me nbers of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N 821 and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. Sm
' E. B. FRIEL,
Tel-thua from Molukal arrlveJSiturJiy
mornliifc. whe brc.ujtht ioio biKS of OIo
walu Mijjar for Ifwln & Co, 2 horses, 14
pig p bagi taio, I Jor ahd 5G packages
for additional SMrrtni New, h seventh paje.
st a. m
Monday . ..
t$, 1. 4
Full Moon on the 4th at 9:31 p. m.
Weather Utireati, I'unahoii, February
23. Tempernttirc MornlnR minimum,
5G; Mldndy maximum, 711.
naromctcr nt 9 n. m. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point OIF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 09 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 25. Weather clear; wind Hoot
Saturday, Feb. 2).
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Stmr I A Cummins, Searle, front Oahu
Sunday, Feb. 24.
Stmr Claudlne. Psrker, from Maul pctt.
Stmr. James Makee, TuMett.lrom Ka
uai, Monday, Fib. 25.
OSS Zealindla, Dowdell, from fort
l.o Aneles with 76s Forto Klcans.
USA I' Sheridan, Fierce, from Han
aaiuruay rco. 23. 1
Stmrw U Hall, Ihompson. lor rauai.
Stmr Noeau Wyntin, for Kauai.
TO SAIL. THIS AFTEIINOON.
Stmr Mlkalula, I'eCerfon, for Lahal
na and Hawaii ports at 5 P m.
Stmr Hanalel, ureeu, for Ka'ial ports
at 4P m.
Stmr Kauai, tirulin, lor Kauai pons qt
Stmt Walaleile. Pllti, for Kauai ports
at 5 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW,
Am chr Helene, Christians!!!, for San
Pranclsco at 7 a in.
From Po t Los Angeles, per O S S Zea
landla, Feb 25 F J Midura and wife, J
From San Francisco, per U S A T Sheri
dan, Feb 25 Mrs Phillip Andrews and
child, U S 6 White and wife and Z T
The Mauna Ala sailed for Honolulu on
the 4th Inst.
Tne Mauna Loa will not sail until
aiy at 10 a m.
The James Drummond will be ready
for sea tomorrow.
The S C Allen sailed from Han Francis
co for Honolulu on the i;th.
The army transport Sheridan brought
twenty six bags of mall for Honolulu.
The ship Emily F Whltnev will pro
bably lease for Kabul j tomorrow to finish
TI.e new steamer Hanalel will sail to
day at 4 p m for Nawlliwlll, Ahukinl and
The barkentlne Robert Sudden and
Wrestler arrived at Port Blakeley from
here on the 14 Inst.
The George C Perkins sailed from Ta
coma for Tahiti on the 13th Inst with
a load of lumbc.
The Zealandla brougl ' 300 tons of
freight. She will move to Oceanic wharf
tomorrow to discharge.
The American schooner Helene, with a
full load of sugar, will sail for San Fran
cisco early tomorrow morning.
Captain Bill Williams of Williams Isl
and, superintended the erection ol new Iron
chimney on Lucas Mill Filda.
The steamer Albion from Honolulu ar
rived In', San Francisco, Feb 15th after a
rougli trip ot lourteen and a halt days.
'I he American shin W II Macev atrlv
lived In Seattle on the 13th Inst from this
port. She will load coal and return again.
It Is probable the Xeilandla will go
1 rum here to ti j to load sucar for bin
Francisco. This has not yet been decided.
Captain Chris Johnnen of the Inter Isl
and steamship Company li having a
house put on his little knock-about the
Skip. Since the substitution of a tin keel
for the center board the little boat Is as
stiff and last as anvthlnc In her class- In
a recent brush with the Myrtle which has
been the Qun of the mosquito fleet ever
since her arrival here the skip gave the
cracic Doat an she couw do.
There has been 11 chango of tbo pur
sers of tho Inter-Island Co.'s steam
ers mailo necessary by tho nrrlval of
the now steamer Hanalel and the resig
nation of Morton M. Tnft formerly pur
ser of tho Mauna Loa.
Purser Simerson will remain In the
Kona liner. His brother Isnac Simer
son goes to Knu to represent the com
pany there. Albeit Christian formerly
on tho Mlknliala takes tho Hanalel tem
porarily and Wllllo Hapal goes to tho
Mlknliala. James I'rlel formerly on tho
James Makeo has been promoted to
oflleo duty on tho wharf and his plaeo
has been filled by King formerly hi tho
The Wnrtipi'ltc Next Month.
The British man of war Warsprlte Is to
leave Esqulmalt on the 2nd of ne.t month
for Honolulu. From here she will go to
Acupulco and then down the coast to
Panama She will be back In Esqulmalt
early In Mav.
WAIANAE CO., LTD.
The annual meetlnj; of the stockholders
of tne Walanae Co., Ltd., will be held at
the office of J. M. Dowsett, Mrrclnnt St.,
on THURSDAY, n.HHUAUY 28TII, ipoi, at
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, February 20, 190U 7733t
Waa If ttmll tint emi murtiont if CMll tw
trutttOHt! to rmfl ee fdf. 44 ee.rr two ttltkl.
tnj no unit Ml moftt. lift it til tbtabcit iivtf
filfiif ttr offifti Itl Piopll af Hmilmlu.
TRADESMAN'S PROTECTIVE ASS'N. Select
I Employment Ruresu. patronlftd by the leaJIng
firms ot the Territory arid bell pi sitltns obtainable
11 M.eo in UU Coiner 01 "er. Mniju Aienea
PIAN')S TUNED Ail REPAIRED All kinds
of mus'cal Instruments tuned and rcpilreJ 40
Vrrs fxp.llinfC Leave orderi at Ifo Xtnjr I'reil.
I Info'n lliiKk. M Hawaiian Nl Co JAS SIIER
IDAN, puiOTUtw. 81-im
ANTED-PAMTNfR WITH Iitw.oo IN AN
v eitaMliheJ pa ln(- r-usinesi, or 54e.o win en
tile ynii to nne-ttilri Intereil In time.
hoc K Huncnn uince.
CTFMH.RAPIIER Willi SP'ME TIME DURINO
bulneis hours desires to attend In another
firm's correiponJenceali$ per numh Address K.
IK llulletlnnfjke UUL'
MOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Eapress Co
IN has WHITE SAND FOR SALE )H
the Dress-Makine tstapiiinmentnt mks a m
ME LIS, -;t, llrrfinl.St.
XlANTED BooVkeeper thorouehly competrntdf
sires p-iltlon Beit city references. Address
"Aetountant" Bulletin Office. )
1 fANTFD-A cotji? of 6 ro'mt. i bath, furnltrv
W ti or unfurnlslici, rrasonatlt rmi Aiirs
boxO Nhloffict? "'
tl'ANFED Vt Mfnfffr rovi wanttJ t onc.
WANTF.D trlxhl AmrrlMn boy to run erranJ anj
irake hlmlf Rcnerally useful Wacs i rff
tk Arr'y ,T' ffi
XANTEl-Dflw f-r Light Wijoiw.
w r.wF-io.Mrvr iuheau, mahuon
CtHNT AM) ALtktA.
ANTFD-To CooJ Cookf,
WANTTD-lenuk Help, wh
novwttr nttvEu, n m
hit SCLFCT EM-
I IFCOPQIIELNV CTORIA WE HAVfc AUTH
L- Mtlc eJltlnn. Puyorhomchiuse. Outfit Irf
S. C M"ll&Co p.iftUnJ, O'fgnn. nfc8-8i-oi
WANTED -RFLIAI1IC MAN TO REPRESENT
an cUMIshi hnu on llv OonJ rnsltion
to right pjtrty
Ifox tSr. Portland,
WANTED A gooj Jr5(tmn.
Ilnx T)u Honolulu, T H.
AJJress P O.
STEADY, it'ronij young mm, having many ytrt
exrfrncc In Urge whotfiU bvskef ni In
nflUe nf Itrge contractor, J?Tm polt'on of ny
kni Hfittf rlenncev Ali'fn "(it," HuIIp
tin Office. iitM-tw
A,AMLI A pi, 'J strons luucy ti,,re. Island
v bre I done preferred. Apply to Dr. Sloped.
Pmireis Plock. iio,.iw
WANICD-Your plumblnc to do,
tOumbir All wotk irjaranteed.
by a practical
J. N. Shaler
inyjcmM. near Alike..
WANTED-WATCHESto repair b) eeler of 11
years experience. O. DlbTZ, arrNuuinuSt
YOUNCJ MAN. stenosrarlier and tepenrlter. at
onoAdles'AJ, Itulletjn Office, ,
-THH OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
famous Ham and tcsr Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Njuano and Hvi' streets. WM LUCAS, Proprietor,
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NOE for clean Cot
ton Rags Apppty at Bulletin Office nftq-lf
COTTAGE AT W IKIKI-A roomvcottaie adhln
tijr ptei lies ot the lite dames Cimobctl Is to let. For
t-irns apply to Mrs. Abble IC Campbell on the pre
miles or to Cecil Bron nnd J. O. Carter. tmiw
COR RENT Nice cottage, corner Pensacola and
lunalllo streets. Arply to EMMET MAY, Judd
TO LET Rooms desired In prliate family, by
younrc man. Good character; no habits Ger
man family prefertd Addresi HERMAN.
itm-iw P. O. Box Ml.
FR RENT Large trtni room In private family,
newly furnished, 169 School street between Tort
and Emma. m tf
FOR RENT A fine suit, cvf offices In the Cummins
block on Kaahumanu St, Apply to Bruce Carl
wrtght, Merchant St. mi'tf
NEWLY FURNISIIFII ROOM tor rent, tio Bere
tanla St., oppoiite Central Union Church.
FOR RENT-tioBPctenon'slane. nea'King.St ,
t room cottage unfurnished it-tw
TO LET-To nety built coltiges off Llllha St.,
just above school, apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO..
roiimers $ Vineyard St rea'Nuua'U
FOR RENT A pleasant suit of rooms, olth or
without board. 144 Beret.nla St , near Fort.
TO ET New convenient A rmm cottage, healthy
locatlen. Insane Aslum Road $1$ per month
Fanny Mrauch. it66-iw
TO RENT Two new'y furnished rooms with board,
prliate family Apply Cunha place, bet Vln-
arj ana Kiver Ms
COR RENT rurnlihed room with n 1 Mocks of city
cmirc in pnvai. (amity. Address u.n iiui
Ittln Office. 6 -t
PROPERTY AT WAIALUA TOR LEASE-Twn
I lots at Wilalua, just opposite Wala'.ua Hotel, 100
xeot, are offend for iease s'ngty or as a wh'fe. Tor
particulars apply to sirs. E. Kekdanlau Pratt. Kit
Ihjnrhbowl St. ivii-im
TO LET Cottage on Klnau St. between Pllkol and
Keaumoku, v rorms. Including kiuhen and bath
room, formerly occupied by A. T. Brock. Rent $10
per month. Apply to C. R. Collins, King street, resr
CORNER LOT. iooxjoo, Manoa Vallev. beautiful
v view, on main tusd. Apply P. H, Uurnette, )s
A BARGAIN In a cheap home, right In town, only
$80. I'. H Uurnette, is King SI
I OTS, cheap, easy terms, Kaploianl Park and Ka
Hurmtle. is King St.
YEAR LEASE, Smith ttreef, lot ioxio. rental
$10 per montn. Appl P. H. Burnette. u K'"T St
COR SALF At the Onheum liar tht-re will he toll
Choice WintJ, I K.jor, ttc, by the gastor
tot tie J, K, Mer&efcurg. 1766-im
FOR SaLC Family horse aid surrey, florae sourd
anJ tile, burrey In hrkt-iUfs con J It en, AJ-
dr.s"G K." Bulletin Oflicc. i?6o-tf
FOR SALE-HfJroom Set an J Kl'chen Table. al
moil new, St$s Apply thl office. "SO" y-t (
RESIDENCE PKOPCKTY TOR SALI!
Location the tent, in Nuusnu valley, corner of
JuJJ and Llllha streets. The H Suhr rremUes, con
listing of about four acres of land covered with beau
tiful lan. trees and tlanti. A so a splendid residence;
twocofages, complete barn and servant' iunrters,
all In tirst tints conJitUm For further earticulars
rrivt.. HAWAIIAN TRUST & INVEST
MENT CO., LTD. Telephone, 184. aoglml
COR SALE OR LEASE-A dwelling house, cot
1 tags and lot. centrally located, within five blocks
of the post office ; lot t.atij. suitable fur Doctors or
liemisis oinceana dwelling, or lor a pusiness inc..
tlnd. Rent $100 per month. Apply to GEAR, LAN
SING & CO. isjftf
FOR SALE $100, Furniture of sroamed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE ft CO..
6 Merchant Su
COR SALE-FlotUi Peach Trees anl Cocol Wed
I dellana. Apply S. V. JORDAN.
1741'tf ,0 Tort St.
FOR SALE One each .1-4 and 6 hone power
MIU1Z & U I ISS MHoSFNI! OIL l:OlhES. (nel
Inquire of J, EWMtluTH, 141 King St.
FOU-SAI E-A lew Jmporled milch cows.
J. M. VIVAS. '
TIIE best 1 cent cigar In town Is the "
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store
rheum. All kinds of Manila cigars a sr
tore neat to Or-
Cigars a specialty.
LOST A diamond shirt stud,
return to Hawaiian Hotel.
Liberal reward for
1 OST-A Knch nt kti
L wailan News Co.. and r
Return to J H C . Ha
wailan News Co., and receive suitable reward,
1 Tie-1 w
I OST at Mardl Cras Ball Ian evening, 'large
L Creicer.1 1'earl llrooch. I Inder wilt be sultally
rewarded by leaving al Hulletln Office. nog-jt
I OST Cert, of I spoilt No. 31419, In fav
l- F. Chapman, dated I'eb. 1, loot, Jrjj.
favor of At
please leave at Bishop and Co. Hank, Payment hat
-. .,iein, 4wri 1 ep. ., 1U91, em, rmacr
nuni'nn-Noni.K-in this eity l'ci).
ruary 2lBt hy tho Iev, V. II. Kltcat,
Clias, II. l)iirre uf Honolulu, to Mm
llininn Npble of I.oa AiiKeles.
Klne Job Printing at the Hulletln
Black and Galvanized
Pipe and Fittings.
Common and Lunkenhelmer
Globe, Angle, Gate and
...Full Line of Ground Key Goods...
CALL FOR PRICES.
B. O. HALL fir SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 OS Queen Btro.1
ON TliURSbAY, FEBRUARY 28,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the resident of MRS. M. W. HEN
DRY, Pensacola street, two doors below
Lunalllo street. I will sell at Public Auc
tion household furniture, comprising.
Paintings, -wicker chair and tablefs. pian
tel clock, chandeliers and lamps, beach
wa nuts marble top sideboard, silver and
and crockery, dining table and chairs, I
frima vera ana nou Dejroom set, nsu
bedroom set, l large cheffonlere, cedar
linen closet, I line walnut wardrobe with
mirror, hilr and spring mattrtsses. i Fis
cher steel safe, I modern Jewel stove and
water boiler, palms anil terms.
fn K3 HAa.
who. n iuuihm.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of the late Mrs Auld on
Waiklkl. road near King street, I will sell
at public auction by order of the adminis
trator the personal effects and household
furniture consisting In part of
Koi ant oak beds, bureaus, washstands,
camphor wood bureau and wardrobes,
White Sewing machine, chandeliers, mir
rors, meat safe, stove, crockery, glassware,
a phaeton, brJke, harness and a large num
ber of Punlu, Kou, Ipukal calabashes and
plates, as well as many old and valuable
Hawaiian tapas and mats. Also a large
mat-covered punee, or native bed, which Is
sild to be almost the only one left In the
Jas. F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nd Superintending
trinctro-Hydraulic Power TranmnlMton
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cattou-Noll Co., Queen atreet.
Office next to Pa.aioe. 1221
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURMSHEU ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Flnlsh.Turnlng
Ete., Etc. ' ,
Tel. White 1221. P. 6. Box 552.
.LAMES T. TAYLOK,
M. An. Soc. C. I.
800 Judd Block. Telo. 8.1J
Honolulu Iron Works C"r
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
C1IINEIIY ot every capacity and de-
Ucrlptlon made to order. Holler work
auiu luvavicu rii-ttt (or irrigiioi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repalrr
pxecuted at tborteit notlc
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Plonijer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
the only dally Japanese paper published'
-In the Territory of Hawaii
Y. SOGA. Editor.
S3T Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O Roxr,Q7.
li krt on ft It at E,
llslne Agency, 04 ana 6j, Merchants txchanee, San
1-. UAKfc'b AJff
Franclscj. California, where contracts for
can r-euiaJe tor It
Fine Job Printing at
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
, LIMITED. s
BUTCHERS and V
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Reef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothlne belter to be had. W.
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH-Salmon, Halibut. Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs,
POULTRY AND GAME Tutkevs.Gei
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams. Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER. Eeis. Cheese. Pickles. Chnur.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Aprl . Pirs, Grapes
roratces. unions. tJDDj-.
rs full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thine that vou could wish for
but what Is to be hufl at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STSv
1 . "-.,!."
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT TIIE
AND SAVE .25
BUY TOR CASH, ejf
New Goods Received by Every Vesel
f,, - -
AT TIIE T-
L. Furniture Store
BI5HETANIA ST., NEAR FOHT.
BOX 535. S. V. LEDFRbR,