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EVENING DULLETIN,- HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1901."
gii. im thi flumn will inttrtti m
iPKif ttwtt a Hat oi tnttrtion; if tinti Iwa
inmHent: fo ctnlt , 40 etntt hoe vmki,
and 60 ttnti one mtnia. TMi U lU tbtsNtt 4t
thine tvtf affttti tit ptoflt at Hvaatnt.
PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES
Big Shipment Just Received.
D1ANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED AllkltiJi
1 of mut'tal ImtrumMfi tuntd and rtfalrtJ 40
tears cp rltnce Leave order at 179 Klnir airect,
Incnln ll o.k. or Hawaiian Nana Co JAS SMER
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and arc fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LUJNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, KhwnIhIwo St
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PKBMlSi S, Hotrl St.
A NOTED COLLECTION
Oil and Water Color Paintings
SELECTED WITH. GREAT CARE BY
Till: WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR
AT THE BRT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC HflRDW&RE
FORT AND .MERCHANT STREETS
This ExMMtioi will be open for about three weiks commencing Saturday,
.V.arcii o, under ths p:rsonil supervision of Mr. Morris
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Eyery Steamop
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Bee?, Veal, Mutton,
i Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Stilmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
Received Per Bl-tne. 4,WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACbY DESK CO., (. rand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP, V
ROLL TOP, nmtP nneIV I LADIES'! m
1 YPEWRITERS' I OFFICE DESKS. OME DESKS
Chairs, Sectional Borkcascs, Cnblnetts, Etc.
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICKS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
A TRI-WEEKLY JAI'ANbSE NLWS
PAI'LK. KEPKESCNT THE BEST
ELEMENT AMONG THE JAl'ANLSE
....Dr. T. Mltamura.
P. O. Box 842.
Tel., White 132
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
the only dally Japanese paper published
In the Territory of Hawaii -
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIQ2AWA, Proprietor
I- Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O Boxt;o7.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness C'Tice. Telephone is
THIS PAPBR UY.AWAdU
tlslnar ALency 64 and (i. Merchants Exchange. San
Francisco, Cellforniaherecontracts for advmtlslng
an r spade for It '
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The booth, Fishmarlet, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., leleph ne 104
Excluitlve Dealers, llnwallrin Territory
y0UNG UNOCR CORJf
POLICn WORK INCREASE.
Police work Is certainly not going to de
crease In the future, In fact, with the pro
posed Imputation of large numbers of ne
groes and Porto Ricans, and with our pre
sent very cosmopolitan population the
work of the poll.e will be very largely
The Increased cost (f living, both for
man and beast, requires an Increase In the
pay of mot police officers, If good men are
to be retained, and this Increase can be
made provided these appropriations re
main the same.
Country officers are reaulred to keen at
least two horses constantly ready fot duty,
and fifty dollars per month for such officers
Is not too much. Sheriff Brown's Report.
Alnul News llnter-prluc
Wnlluku, March 9, The Maul Now
Issued nn cxtrn last Monday morning
ulth n brief account of the awful disas
ter of tho Ill-fated Rtcnmer Hlo da
Jnnelio, received by wireless telegraph.
It Is the flint extra ever Issued on Maul
and tho subscribers of tho Maul Kcv.j
Krently appreciated tho crfoits of I'dl
Monday . ,
Last Qunrter of the Moon on too
1.1th nt 2:36 n. m.
Weather Durcnu, Punahou. March 12.
Temperature Mi'rn'ni? minimum,
69; Midday maximum. 78.
Barometer at 9 a. m 30.07. SlenJy.
Pew iVl-t COP.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 71 pr cent.
Illamor.it Heal Sign! Station, March
12. Weather clear; nir.il NC
Tuesday. Mar. 12.
OSSSoncmi. Van Orterndorp, from
TuesJay, Mar. 12.
Stmr Mauni Loa. Slmerson. from Ma-
mil ami Hawaii putts.
Stmr Klnau, t-reeman, irom tiuo anu
Frnm the Colonies, per O S S S(.noma,
U.-irrhs Mr and Mrs Arlcent West. Mrs
limes. W A SaftleM. H H Sno CZS. J H
Uicoa. Count V de Bocarme, Count J
Je Ojttrement. Mrs Jordan and child, Mr
anJ Mrs B rbrlaRe, J Henries, Mrs Bworow
anJ child. Mr and Mrs Ulller and child, J
Kens-, J Keler.
For Hlloand way ports, per stmr Klnau,
M.ir 12 J I.eiJlncham, O Hellesaph. K
W McLeo. V J Fead, Paul Jarrett, G J
Waller. Wm i-lce, A V Petus, Youp.r
Bow, Or R Oliver. V H Uimstead, A
McHrvde. B H WooJehouse, E K l.lndsiy,
I' J Cillf, Mrs A T White. Rev Jos I
r;UMn, W H Cornuell Jr. Mrs J UCistle
E A At.tt Smith, J E Bird, Mrs S K Pua.
Consignees per Sonomi-Ordet: F Me c
ktlf. H JButnlster, WG Irwin & Co,
H May & Cj, Parker Rannele, W H Hoau.
Importitlons per Sonoma j$ cs butter,
300CS germs, toocs gin, 102 cs wine, 2cs
eftects, 1 c showcards, 25 cs champagns,
2 biskets chimpagne, 2 packages, 186 cs,
6 boxes, 87 bags onions, 2 pkgs.
Tht Sonoma left Svdnev at suo p m on
the 26 Inst., discharged the pilot at 3 29
p m, rounded the Noun i-ape at 5:27 p m
on the 1st Inst., took the pilot aboard at
6 am, arriving a Auckland at 9 a m on
the 2nd Inst., left again 3pm aunaay,
dischirred nllot nt i:u m. arriving at
Ptgo Pago at 11:30 p m on tne 5m Inst ,
leaving agiln for Honolulu at 2:20 p m on
the full Inst . arriving at to a m on 12th
Inst. Exnrlenced tresh S wind from
Sydney to Auckland thence to Pago Pago,
had moderate S E winds with line clear
weather thence to arr.val. Exceptionally
strong trade and wild rough sea.
Hooked for Clnuctlnc.
Fu M.ul ports, Mar 12 A S Harwell.
J C HinJcrs. A A Bravmer, Misses C W
md M I. Flinders, C U Wells, A B Ken
nedy, Mrs L K Twlton, J M Coulson. A F
Farares A N Kepolkal. Mrs R W Filler.
Ah Fook, Mrs L K Kakanl. Rtv E M
Hanuna. D' P F Friar, FTP Waterhouse.
Ml HL IKK
Walluku, March 9. Tho union oer
vlco at Kaahuniauu church last Sun
day was very largely attended by Chi-
ucse, Japanese, Hnwallaus and a few
foreigners. On tne platform were seat
ed: ltevs. I.cmlliiKlinm and Twins,
tho Chinese nnd Jnpaucso minister),
and Captain Ilnmberry of tho Salvation
Army. Then. Hlcliards had chargo of
tho music of tho evening.
Thero wero brief exhortations mal
in four different languages CUInesn,
Japanese, Hawaiian and English. T!io
nttartct of male singers under Thoo,
Rlehard8.and consisting of himself atrl
MeHrn. I), Al, II. P. Poepoe and Ka!a.
Inn, furnished tho music for tho evorv
lug nnd their singing was excellent.
Tho last of the revival meetings In
Walluku will he held la tbe Knahu
manu church tomorrow arenlng (Sun
day) when Theo. Itlchartls will dcllter
a special talk to tho audience, No.l
to Lahalnn to carry on their cvsngelldl
work. Tho efforts of Mr. Ttlchards haTo
heen very highly appreciated In Wal
luku and all nro sorry that ho could noi
remain hero longer with his music bojs
and magic lantern to instruct as well
ns to entertain tho church pcoplo it
The Evening Bulletin. Tt snt p
The a'journed Annual Meeting of the
sto kholders of the INTER-ISLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD., will be'
held at the oltice of the company, Queen
sirrci, on monuay, marcn 25m, toot, at
10 o'clock a. m.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu March 12, iqoi 1786-1 2t
Gen Sang Kee, of Kohala, has sold his
Dry Goods Store and Pololu Kong Sing
wai nice rianiauon to u. i. Aiuna. Alter
the 12th dav of March, toot. G. C. Aklm
will be responsible for all moneys made or
lost In the hulnes On the 22nd of
March, loot, Goo Sang Kee will return to
China. 1hoe who have debts against
aid Goo Sang Kee, contracted before
Mircn 12, toot, will present them for rnv
merit before he leaves the Islands. He will
not be responsible for debts contracted after
he has left the IslanJs
OTICE TO Bl'llPERS The Union Express Co
Bit writ IE :flrtJ isjk sulc Ejll'i
I1MNTED Cirlaln ani,fir.-male wltri certificates
w tor steamer Vi olu. Apply Mini Ho'eti & Co,,
Cturtell Block, Jjjerctiant St
1 XANTCD Situation by tomptint Am.rltan feH
W f. miii. ri.c.i with nutldmk nn aurar rtan
latlAfi.. nvrtrlhv. p't. Snrakt alio Spanish. Or
nan and mm lliwil an. Writ, or arply 10 Robetl
W, Atklmon, Empl mnl Bureau, Ma toon BullJIne
WANTED-A hlM boy, aprrjntlct to Ifain the
JrwiKrt' title. Apply at Tkotnai Llniuy i
i.h l.u.Mivl. Frtrl .Ir, 1,1. tW
,1UI1 fcwf ym, . .....
APANESE, faithful ou coupla, want al'uallon.
J nUS'anj IS cook, wile. aoe. w.imnK in. nu.
work. AJJrets Sera, P. O. Uo Ira. itIimw
11 'ANTED-WMte Walters, permanent positions.
W 0ultk Meal Cook, food psy,
" Dryroods Salesmen and ateswmen
51UCT ClPlOYINT OFflCI, MAOOON BLD
11 ANTED llcemeJ Mates anl Second Mates (or
W 1o:al steamers. Apply to Inter-lsland Steam
Navlratlon Co , ltd Queen Street m8tl
A GENTLEMAN prlvala nur.a desires a position.
Addreis Harold. No. 108. tleretanla Si. ni8-iw
WANTED brlitM American boy 10 run errands and
make himself generally useful Wa(es , per
Apply at tnisnmct
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by eeler cljj
yean experience. O. DIETZ, atr Nuuanu Si
YOUNU MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
once. Ad tress "A N," Bulletin Office.
-.in DitiFD Tfl FAXCIUNCE for clean Cot.
V-r ton Rars Appplv at Bulletin Office tsftq-tf
COR RENT A six room co'liire. fir so Collase
r Crcv. k'lnit St. Apply F E. Klnit. irM-tl
TO LET A cottafeon Aloha Lane
Apply J. A
nrc ITT PumUhel s rooms and bath, house and
1 furniture new, on Walklkl mad. young couple
would board with tenant, All modern conveniences,
L.C. Ables i''""
PR RLNT-f nicely turnlthed rooms, tt School
sfeet. man and wile preferred. Call bet.een o
and ta and after s p. m, irlitf
f newly furnished, tfci School street between rt
and Emms. 1,1a t!
rSl. t.WT t ... ... ...M l ..In... f.mll..
PW RENT-Allne suite ol offices In the Cummins
Work on Kaehumanu St, Apply to uruce Cart
wright, Merchant St . mi-It
TO LET Two newly built cottages off Llllha St.,
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. fc CO .
COR SAlE-SUIotson Karahi'u Koad, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
rmmetMay.Judd flulldlna;. i'ptl
FUKNI DUE and tease oi an ii room foomlng
house for ssle, Rood location. Inquire this office.
COR SALE Fine bred. Island bred mare, solendld
' fam ly animal Address "Animal" Bulletin
CORNEK LOT. lootaoo. Manoa Valley, beautilul
view, on main toad. Apply P. H, Burnette,
AflAKGAtN In a cheap hme, right In town, only
$ S o. P. H Burnette, it King SI.
I OTS. chea
Td, cheap, easy lermf, Kaplolanl Pi
p.hulu, I'. M Burnette, It King St.
easy lermf, Kaplolanl Park and Ka-
on YEAR LEASE. Smith street, lot tcaios. rental
&J So per month. Apply I1. H. Burnetle. it King St
COR SALF At the Orrheum Bar there will be sol
r Choice Wines, Liquors, tic, by the gas, or
IU. J. K. Mcrseburg irt6-im
COR SALE family horse and surrey, tlorse sound
1 ardsafe. Surrey In firstilass condlt en. Ad
dress "u K." Bulletin Ufhco iroo-tf
FOR SALE-Ridroom Set and Kl chen Table, al
most new, ttj Apply this office, 'S fl " j4-tt
PR SALE Stoo, rutnltLreof j-roemed cottage
near Iowa, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDCL t CO..
m6 Merchant St.
COR SALE-One earn aU-4 and 6 horsepower
1 MIETZ & UEISSKEUOSEM? OIL tNOINCS, (new)
Inquire of J EMMELUTII. 141 King St irli-rf
I OST A fob with gold buckle and diamond locket.
I- Return to t Cornn at Gear. Lansing & Co and
receive reward uM-tw
LOST-Drill No. it. In favor of Yokahama Specie
Bark, amount I u.oo drawn by Pacific Sugar
Mill Co , has been lost and payment stopped f , A.
Schaefrr At o. i?86-it
LOST-Red Morocco pocket book containing letter,
and papers of no value exceot to owner. Tinder
please leave at office of B S. Oregory & Co Fcrt
St.. opposite Club Stables and receive reward. 84iw
LOs T Otllfitat niiuiiVr n for five thark of
ilock In the Pioneer Building ani Loan AisocU
lion, 1 4th .verles.In favor of Mr K Santo, truttrc,
has bei n lot. All per ton arc warnei against ncgot
jtlnc rnt if8-iw
FOUND -A Tribune Itlccfe Call at (hit office for
aJirm anJ pay for aJertKtme'.i i 84 t w
All native Ohloansarereques'ed to meet
In the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. np Tues
day evening, March 12th, at 7:30 p. in.
to form a Buckeye Club for our betlerac
quantauce and mutual benefit. 1785-2!
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletlr
WE WILL SEU,
When you want any call on
E. O. HALL & SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 OS Queen Btreevl
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Comer of t
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of loo feet on
Pensacola street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
tors, 2 large bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, Kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horsss, carnage house, set vants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely plantei and com
mand a good view.
TEhMS and further Information at my
olhce, 05 Queen street.
Jas, F. Morgan.
Hawaiian Opera House
First Appearance in Honolulu
Supported by Alcazar Co., un
der direction of BELASCO
SEC01ND WEEKS' RILL:
Tuesday, March 12,
(Double BUIJOnly the Muster Shall
Ulome and Mine Butterfly,
Thursday, March 14,
Friday, March 15,
SUIT OP 8ALLE6. (Comedy)
Saturday Evening, March 16,
TUB GRL I LEFT BBHIND ME
TICKETS' ON SALE AT WALL,
WATCH FOR 3RD"WEEKS' BILL.
IF YOU ARE IN SEARCH OF
first-class lodging (without
board) go to the
"New Era" Hotel
ON TORT STREET JiM above Vineyard,
where you will find comfortable , and
commodious rooms. Being under the
personal supervision of the manager and
proprietor, all rooms at tills hotel are
cleanly kept and well looked after.
A PEW MORE VACANT ROOMS.
I785-tw riRST COMH FIRST SERVLD
COR. FORT AND KING STS.
Constantly on Hand.
NEW SHIPMENTS "
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
Mil I TR Xr MIX"; Prim. Pt..f U
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the f-JY1t Nnlhtnirk.H.ptnlul,.il sir-
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese
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, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Appl s. Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, la
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thine that vou could wish fur
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Wain 219.
iirt.it k...i r...L ,
r, vyiiuc I'uiiiiigucw llAluies 111
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
BUSINESS TRUSTS. .
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T UUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE fZ IT WILL PAY YOU TO
- '"" BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P.O BO 5)5. S.W.LEDFRLR,
Jt I.- fr,J )toP fl..
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