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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FIIIDAY, MARCH IB, 1901.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ 4he most improved methods and are fully)
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFF'S.
Speciul Attention pjiltl to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 78. Laundry, Kawaiahao St
Up Town Office in the OLD CLirii PREMISES, Hotel St.
A .NOTED dot
Oil and Water Color Paintings
' Selected with great care by
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR
AT WE ?RT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC HflRDW&RE
FORT AND .MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition will be open for about three weeks commencing Saturday,
March 9, under the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
i Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St.. Tel. 4$.
FOR SALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nunanu St., Telephone 104.
a shipment of
Moet & Chandoii's Champagne
In Quarts and Pints.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS OR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Hawaiian Opera House
First Appearance in Honolulu
Supported by Alcazar Co., un
der direction of BELASCO
SECOND WEEKS' RILL:
Friday;. March 15,
SUIT OF 8ALLE8. (Comedy)
Saturday Evening, March 16,
TUB GIRL I LEFT BBIIIND ME.
TICKETS ON SALE AT WALL,
WATCH FOR 3RD WEEKS' BILL.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM fcjo
A. ,. TO 1 1 I'. At. LUROI'LAN I'LAN.
MESSRS. BELASCO & THALL
take pleasure In announcing tn
the public of this city that
Mr. Lewis Morrison,
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT
EST ACTORS, (kind permis
sion of Manager Julei Murrey)
WILL GIVE THREE PERrORM
ANCES ONLY, BEGINNING
Tuesday, March 1 9th
in the following stanJarJ plays:
TUE8UAY. MARCH 10th
THURSDAY, MARCH Slut
"MERCHANT OF VENICE"
SATURDAY EVENING, ftlur. 23rd
THE MASTLR PIECE OF ALL "FAUST"
The public are cautioned that seats
lor these performances are now on
sale, and will be held until 12
o'tlock on'y the day of the per
formance. Secure your seats
, and avoid the rush.
IN THE CIR UIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In orobate-at chambers
In the matter ol the cttlte of Molly H Kapu, late ot
Hoiolulu, Oaha. deceased. Tlieretlllonanj accounts
of tin Administrator of ihe estate of said deciased
having been Med, wlitreln he asks- that n't accounts
t eiamlned and approved, and thai a final order be
made of dlstilbutlon of ihe prop rty remain ng in his
hands to the persons thereto mtltled, and discharging
him from all further respi.ntlblllty as such admlnls
Ira or II Is ordered that Monday thesrnddayof
APRIL, A 1), 1001. at 10 o'clock a m, at chambers
In Hie Court House, at Honolulu, Oahu be and the
s.me hrrehv Is appointed asthe time and place for
hearing said felltlon and ac, unls. and thai alt per
sns Interested msy then and Ihrre appear and show
cause, II any they have, why the same should not be
Honolulu, Oahu, March t), 19 t.
Hy the Court
J. A. THOMPSON,
l78)4tMar lj,ss,l,s Clerk,
Weather Ilurcau, Pnnahou, March IS.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, Jo.
ll.11 omcter at 9 a. m.30.0C. Steady.
Dew Point G3F.
Humidity at 9 a. 111., "1 per cent.
Diamond Head SlRiinl Station, March
IB. Weather (clear! wind light. ,N'i:.
4 i I hursdav, Man 14.
Olilll iMdUh 1.UIIC, IIUII1 tiaWilll 41IU
Am schr Bertie Minor, Raven, 22 days
Friday. Mar. 1$.
Am ship Jabez Howes, Clapp, 29 days
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, from Kauai. ; .
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, from
Stmr Keauhou. Mosher, from Hawaii.
Thursday, Mar. 14.
O & O S S Coptic, Kinder, for the
Stmr Iwaianl, Gregory, for Hawaii.
Friday, Mar 15.
Met Galilee, Urusmore, for Honolpu,
From HonoUaa, per stmr Keauhou, Mar
H L Tobrlner, A J Williamson, J A
Kennedy and 7 deck.
The steamer Peru will come here on the
next-regular ttlpof the Rio. Shev-lll ar
rive here eatly in May, If the plans nre not
The British war shin Warplte leaves
for target practice with great guns and
torpedos tomorrow. She will return tb
anchorage on Sunday. On the 23rd Inst, j
she will sail for Acaupuleo. I
DcHCPted Her Husband.
A Japanese who had taken passage 1
with his wife In the Coptic yesterday I
was deserted by his better half just.before I
the steamer salied.When he was down be-1
low making ready for the journey, the
wife slipped ashore and made oft. The
husband rctu-nlng to deck was informed I
bv a friend that the woman had gone '
ashore so the' husband Immediately gave
chase. The steamer' (ailed without the
) Contract Awarded.
The contract for the dredging of the
channel of Pearl Harbor has been let Id
Clark and Henry of San Francisco for
This Is f4oo less thin the sum appro-j
priatej Dy -lie government, ,
The dredging will cover a length of
Mi inn I tflllnrv In t n Kir nf , rirvV f . It
Will be 200 feet deep and, 30 feet wide.
mruirvwiu iXKiii wiiiiiu uvujyj.
Mode an Inspector.
J. Walter Doyle, formerly customs
guaru, was yesieraay promoter 10 vt an
inspector by Collector Stockable.
, The pew Inspector was picked Irom the
other guards as the most competent and
nis advancement was tne result ot nis
strict attention to duty with his brother
officers by whom Inspector Doyle Is held
Irlhlgh esteem. The prcmoticn has given
The Klnau on her next regular trip to
Hllo. will take a large party of Shrlners
to the volcano. A special rate has been
made and the Klnau will stay as long as
passible in Hllo. She will be back here
on time as usual Saturday,
It is a case where, honest
work brings its own reward.
king bros., who have lately
gone into the photographic
business, as a branch to their
Art Store, are meeting with
remarkable success in the
Kodak Finishing Department.
This is due to following the
mottoe: "A thing worth
doing, is worth doing well."
The result is, everyone who
knows the difference, is satis-
To those who don't know,
an invitation is extended to
look into the rnatter.
120 Hotel Street,
Corner of Union.
ndmlrnl ot the IJritlsh navy
the Wnrstilte, nml a number ot
called on the Governor at the
this forenoon. The bniid ata
the bant stand on the grounds,
tho national anthem of Gieat
as the Admiral arrived and de
A special meeting of the stockholders of
Inter Island" Telegraph Co., Ltd., will be
held TUESDAY, MARCH 19, at 4 p. m
In the roims of the Stock Exchange.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON,
Honolulu, March 15, loor. 1789-41
THE OCEANIC S. S. CO'S S. S
"ZEALANDIA" III be due at Honolulu on
the 2ist of March, and will take freight
ana cabin passengers as; customary, leaving
for San Francisco on or about, the J7tn
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD ,
General Agents, .
, Oceanic S. S. Co
Honolulu, March 15, 1901. i78o-td
From March 15
to March ,,l
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Gter. ' '" ctlumm will U inittlti a
sj"i2sVl r.li a tint hi tntirtiomt if unit tv
f.mttofti; to limit cnt link, 40 tint! riwr uttki,
ttj 6a ttntt rhiI, TUl ti lit titdtitt iivtf
tlltmt Wf fiftrij lit pttplt 9f Honolulu,
PIANOS TUNED ANt) RCPAIREI) All klr.Jl
of mustcal Instruments tuned and repaired, ao
vears ftp rime. Leave orders at i?oKlnirsrfet,
I Incnln llotlc. or Hawaiian N) Co JAS SHCK
OTICE TO HUtLDERS-Th Union Exprei Co.
nil WI1IIB 3APllf (UK ALC. 154111
WANTED Hy slnele gentleman, a milet rrom
No othtr netJ reply, Address hC. K" llulletln
ANTFD Awirn mm. df1rf iton In cook
neepine Atureu ",n uuiir.in umcr
lANTIID--Miymlon bv emnre.nl Amrkn wtll
" fAmillttrlrJ with nuntJ m It on uRf fn
Uttom, m r net In (t. c. SrraU lo SrnKh. Cttt
win nJ iom IliwilUn. Willi or rttv in llnt-rtf
W Atkinson, Lmrlomrnl nurt.iu. Mcoon BullJltiff
JL'ANTE-Whii VAlier. rmiflnt poililnns.
" " " Quick MfI Cook rooJ py,
M DrvooJ SalfMrif-n nJ lfwomn
lltCT rMPtOmtNT OFHCE, MAOOOS nil,, MtH
WANTED LlcnJ Mtri n 4 SeconJ Malf for
loctl ltf.imrr. Apply to (nttrlUnJ Stfam
nmiganon o.. uj, yntn Mrrn, ittbmi
A OLNTLCMAN prlviite norw Jlrr position.
" AiJrm jUftiU. No. j8t MfftimU Si HT;tw
11 ANTED bfleM AmcrkJn boy lo run rranj. ani
vv make himfif centrally um (ul Waf St p?f
rrn rr'y al mi mitce
ANTED-WATCHESlo rrrlrby etltr cf I!
jih lAtniiir, . ii)Li&i 417 nuuanu ji
OUM1 MAN, ktemiprarlitr mi tvrewiitfr, at
I once. AJ re "A N." Uullftin Offic.
ID PAPERS TO EXCtUNGE for clean Cot
ton Hag Apppiv at Mnllftln Office i-j-lt
TO I CT New 6 rooms toitafres on Insane Asjlum
RctaJ, trooper month, lniulrr on premises or
room 3, Campbell Iliock, upstair orr National
Bank. F. STRALCH.
FOR RENT-4 laree rooms. Appty J HarolJ,
ti fiarJen Lane , , ,, uSS-tw
TO LET Seftrn House, well furnished rooms with
boarj Younc St . near PMkol n8;-im
TO LET Acctiiwon Atoha Lane Arrlv J. A.
Mi goon uSi-tf
TO LET Turnlshei 8 rooms and bath, hout nJ
- furniture new, on Walk Ik I road, ounf couple
would board with tenant, all modern conveniences.
L. C. Abies itSi-iw
COR RENT Larre frnt room In private famllv.
rewlv furnished, ifg School street between Tort
and Emma. i7i tf
COR RENT-Aflne ult of oWces In the Cummins
ncKK on iaamimanu st. Apply lo uruce (-an
wright. Merchant t. tfftlf
TO tET-Tti n.ly hulll collar, off Llllha St.,
Jutt aboc srrviHl. ArMyto h
WILLIAM SAVIDCE. & CO .
FOK SALE-LoHexiro. Wllcot iracl. f yo.
P. II riURNCTTE, Tl, Main 141
COR SALE oj'rartlMO, CrrlihSl, ch.ati.
r p M. DURNETTE. ttUUaln it
PR SALE-llou a-J Lot k'lnc St., $oo-. taiy
Irrmt P II. lltlRNET TE. Ttl.JUIn 1.1
COR SULE Houi ani I tit. Wll.l. Am ...
' lrm,ly. P. II. BURNI TTE. King S-',
CINE DE'IDENCE OF A. GARTESDERG lor
lilt. On the bach In Karlolanl Park. Tltleln
Ire ilmrlf. For particulars aljrnj a. Uarltnbirr.
P. O. Dot it j. or at
iTt-im OftlsnAUM A ro.
COR SALE A quantity of teconJ-hanJ grain bags
1 Arc'y Hawaiian Tramwayi Co., Punahou, City.
COR SAIE-SU Ion on Karahulu RoaJ. Kalmukl
Tract, chf an. on the Initallmtnt plan. Apply
hii..mi...?, .... ummwiiik. ITBfTI
FOR SALE Fine trtJ. UtanJ trrl mare. irl.nJIJ
fim!l animal. A..it.. "lnim.1" n.iiia.iK
CORNER LOT, iooxmo. Manoa Valley, beautiful
view, on main toa4. Apply P. H. Durnette. a
A BARGAIN In a cheap home, rlelil In toun. only
Mi. P. H Hum. tit. 11 k'lnf St.
I OTS, cheap, eawtermi. Kaplolanl Park anJ Ka
t- pahulu. P. H Burnetle, 1. King St.
on YEAR LEASE, Smith ureet. I I icxioe, rental
v $eo per month. Apph P H. Burnetle Klne- St
COR SALC At the Oriheum flar thrj. ullt ..!!
Chalice Wlnei, Liquor,, l"tc , by Ihe s ai or
bottle J. K Meriburs tTf6-im
POR SALE Family hone anJ mrrev. llor,e inurj
! "Jlale. Surrey In hrt-la,iconJI en AJ-
areii t, r tiuiietin unicc. i,6otl
COR SALE He J room Set anJ k'l then T.n. il
l moil new. Sty Apply thlt office. "S G " j.-lf
FOR SALE $oo. Furniture of rootre j cottace
near town, wlthprlvllege of renting c ttagt.
Ht Merchant St.
FOR SALE-One farh i-4 anJ 6 hone power
MICT( & UEISS KEkOSENI Olt tSOIMiS, (new)
Indulre ol J, EwMttUTH. Hi King St i,ii-tt
i - 't-n iui wiui koi j rutKif an a aitmona locket.
- Rtrturnm F Cornn aiOtar. Larnslnif A Cn. anJ
rtCtUtt S o ftwrJ. i?8'5iw
I OSTDrat N. 4 In favor of YokJh.m .Spfclf
..aS1,1' """ount lll. Jrn by Pacific Supar
Mill Co . hat H-tn ton aril cavmfnt s'orrri. I A.
tSclucf.r & o .. - it
I OST-iVeJ Morocco fockt took crintilnlng lettrrt
- ani papers of no value except to owpt-r. I InJvr
rlrait leiw at ..luce of H S Greeory &. Co , Fcrt
ht , oppotltt Club SiaMei. ani rect-ht reward. B4"w
OT Ce'rtlticjie numb'r ui for i hare of
. a.t uIT . puiirri nuiuini in. bnn '.SMC 14
tlon, nth tvrl. In faor of Mri K, Santos, trustee
has been lost a1 ceriom art warnJ acalntt nrvnt.
atlng same i8.tw
Report of the Condition of
National Bank of Hawaii
At Honolulu, In the Territory of
Hawaii, at the qlose of businejs
February 5th, 190:..
Loans and discrunts s a... ...
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ' 4140
u , nonas to secure circulation sooco 00
U. S. Ilonds tn lerur II. S. Dwnn.li . .. ..
Ptemlums onU. S Ilonds ,0:0 co
Due from State Bank and Bankers. 1450 14
Iniernal-Hetenue tamps nM 00
Checks and other cash items 1104,08
Notes of other National Banks .... i 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents 440)
lAUTUL MOVEV RISERS ID IN IIA.Hk, VIZ'
rl , 130144 7J
Legil-iender nates ... 14s 01
U. S Cerlll s of deposit for legal tenders r 10489 ,1
Us fan.... I. n .., ..III. ,1 C r '
. -., ,u,,4 .11. v, ?. iica.uiei is rer
cent of circulation) 1,00 oe
TOTAL 8E6) 60
Capital stock paid In ,. .0000s 00
Surplus fund ' luow
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid t , 16,4001
National Hank nt,s outstanding , juooo to
Doe 10 State Hanks and Hankers. .....,..-inii 41
0I Idends unpaid ....6.875
Indlvld-at deposits subject lo check 4j,oj 41
Demand certl Urates nf dnnlt A
Certified checks ,, , iso ou
United States deposits Qf'oi s)
Diposlts of U.S. disbursing officers c8il ti
TOTAL 1118861 60
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu.
I. W G. Cooler. Cashier of tile above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
rtiiuwieuge anu Deuel.
W. G. COOPER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
151I1 day of March, 1901,
GEO. L. BIGELOW.
JAS. r. AtOKCiAN
G. J. WALLLR
Fine Job Printline at
PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES
Big Shipment Just Received.
WE WILL SELL
When you want any-call on
B.'O. HALL & SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
BROKER W- o
li 05 Queen Btret
Auction Sale ,
Under Instructions from the attorneys of
COLONEL C. K. C. ROOKE, I
1 will sell at Public Auction at my
salesroom, 65 Queen St., Honolulu.
MARCH 16, 1901
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
the following valuable property, sit
uated in the business portion of
LOT A - Property between Hotel and Bere
tanla streets, having a frontage of. 108
feet on Fott street, 171 feet running
through to Union street and 18 3 feet
on Union street. Contains 28,621
square feet. This property Is now
occupied by the Wright Carriage Co.
and several stores.
LOT B Adjoins Lot A on Union street,
having- a full frontage of 89 8 feet on
Union street, 14.6 on Hotel street, 82
feet rear boundary and a depth of 7C2
. feet. Property adjoins King Bros.'
store on Hotel street and contains 3,284
LOT O- Property on the cornet ofNiuanu
and Beretanla streets, known as Queen
Emma Hall pioperty. Frontage of 196
feefon Beretanla street, 2C5Jfeeton
1 Nuuanu street, 203.7 feet on Chaplain
street, 217.2 feet on rear bojndary.
I Contains 41.99,) square feet.
I TERMS-One-half cash, balance on
i . . mortgage at 6 per cent.
Attention of Investors' Is called to this
offering of the finest store and business
property offered for sale In this city. For
mrijier particulars apply tp ,
liefsfs at purchasers expense.
Itt lots A and C the buildings go with
In lot B a small building belonging to
King Bros, Js Wvbe removed bv them.
U-M;t priori on lot A, $88,000
li-Het price on lot B, 815,000
Up-set price on lot C, $03,000
Jas. F. Morgan, Auct.
65 QUEEN STREET.
COR. FORTrAND KING STS.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pnrlc and ViL Th Qrn,4r.4 juif A
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
io juic ngems 1 or uie nawauan islands.
" -"ii, aaanuui, i iuuv, sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs,
TOULTRY AND G AME-Turkeys.Gees
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED AlEATS-Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
nUTTF.R. RirM. r.he... Plrlrl. rhnm.
chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples, Pears, Grapes
r-otatces, Unions, Cabbage. A fu supply
of Faults and Vegetables. V
OYSTPRS: p.lnrtr. Iirv. nr .m,tl l
shell or cans. ' ,
Hardly a thing that you could wish hi
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures In
your bath-room, at least
consider . using
Design and prices on appli
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
Careful Attention given to '
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLAiENT I'LAN,
RUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 750 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
New Goods Reciived by Every Vessel
. AT THE
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
I'.O RO 535. S. W. LCDERLR,
, tttA' 1
Hf S M-