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EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention pntd to .
SIIUs, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM L4UNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalaliao St.
, Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St,
A NOTED COLLECTION
Oil and Water Color Paintings
SELLGTI.D WITH GREAT CAUL' UY
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSLUR
AT THE BRT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC tl&RDW&RE
fokt and Merchant streets
This Exhibition will be open for about three weeks commencing Saturday,
March 9, under the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
ifi. Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
Moet & Chandon's Champagne
f - f - H -
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
THIS BRAND IS SMPIY OWING
TO THE OATS BCINS S0ASTD.
mis all cm BMvnrAtc,
STEAMED. THE ROASTING?
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M News and Opinions i
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Contains Both. U
Ddlly, by mall - - 56 a year W
m Dally and Sunday, by mall $8 aycar My
The Sunday Sun viz
is the greatest Sunday News- i;
M PaPer 1" the world. J!j
i Price 5c. a ccpy, By mall, $2 a year )
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The Kyeulni BuiUOo, tt nu pt
The Metropolitan Market,' King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarlet, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104
jaSSfe, fcllA.l!iU '
Prof. W. Bogle,
Room 8, Elite Block
Mr. Melvin, who has charge
of the photograph depaitment
at KING BROS., is authorized
by Miss Haskins to fill any
duplicate ordeis which may be
called for during her absence.
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Nov Moon on tho 20th nt 2:23 n. m,
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour curlier than at Honolu
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
Blower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 1S7 30. Tho
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the samo as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Milliters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will And there
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Onke located In the Merchants' Ux
(hnnge, where Is maintained for their
ntncflt free of charge, complete lets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Bureau, l'unahou, March 10
Temperature Morning minimum
CT: Midday maximum, "..
(larmncter nt 9 a. m. 30.1G. Itlslng.
Dew I'olnt COF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CS per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
19. Weather cloudy; wind strong NE.
Tuesday, Mar. to.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Maul
and Hawaii po U.
Stinr Wnlalealc, Piltz.from Kauai.
Am ship Hnry Vlllard, Quick, lio days
from So annah.
Am bkt S G Wilder, Jackson, 16 days
from San Francisco.
Am ship John C Potter, Meytr,26days
Schr t-annle Adele, Dudolt, from Kauai,
Monday, Mar. 18
StmrW G Hall. Thompson, for Kauai
Stmr James Makre.Tullett. for Kapaa.
luesday, .Mar. to.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
Am bk Star of Bengal, Hendeison, for
the Sound In ballast.
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per stmr
Mauna Loa, Mar ig -Miss K Taylor. D K
Williams and wife. Mrs K Cousins. Miss
A Howland, Mrs Mossman, Mrs Hough
ton. J W MaJara, A Jones, C B Olesen
and 74 on deck.
From Anahola, per stmr Walaleale, Mar
19 Fred Naylor, V Lovell, J Chase.
The old Kalmlloa Is taklne a load of
coal for the cruiser Warsplte.
The jackles and marines from the War
splte were Rlven shore llbeity to-day.
The Amerlan ship John C Potter 26
days from Tacoma arrived this mornlnt;.
The American bark Star of Btng.il sail
ed for the bomrd In ballast this morning.
A native sailor was hurt by a slbc of
sugar on the steamer Wa'alejile this for.
noon The schooner Rosamond sills to-mo;row
for San Francisco. She takes several pas1
Assistant Harbormaster Hector Frl.'s Is
Ick In bed. Captain Fuller hat his lianis
run tins morning attenuing to late arnv 11s,
The schooner Fannls Adele from Kauai
mchored outside last nleht This mom
Ing the steamer Nceau ent out to to vv
tlie schooner In and found that sh: could
not get her arulior up. Her wlndliss was
o'it of order and she had a hole In her
FUNERAL OP MRS. MARTIN
The funeral of the late Mrs. Maria 0.
K. Martin took place from Kawalalma
church yesterday afternoon, the Revs.
H. II. Parker ami W. D. Westervelt
officiating. The Interment took placo
In tho mission part of tho cemetery of
the church, the deceased being the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Kekela, mis
sionaries to Micronesia, who returned
to Honolulu a year or so ago.
The jinll-Dcarers wero: Hon. Sam
uel Parker, Hon. Kekaula, Gcorgo
Smithies, Joseph Ktihla, Klnnlnn, John
Jnncs, Captain Pedcrscn and Llllka
Innl. Tho services wero most Impressive.
A lurse number of friends of the fntnll?
wero present nnd with them they
urntifilit floral tributes of grcnt beauty
a i a
Process for Preparing Leather
Under date of Rotterdam, Janunry 8,
1901, Vice Consul Voorwlndcn trans
mits tho following for the Information
"Mr. P. A. Illoys van Treslong Prlns
of 88 Ijtan Copes, The Ilngui?, called at
this Consulate a few days ago nnd
showed me some samples of leather
ready for saddler's uso and semelngty
of n very good quality. Ho stated that
It had been prepared by a now process,
by menus of machinery of which ho
nlona knows the construction, and that
by using this system a moist hide can
lie turned Into leather ready for sad
dler's and shoemaker's uso In from
two to threo days, whllo by following
tbo usual method nf preparation It
takes nbout six months, Ho nUn stated
that, previous to making application
for patent on tho machinery, ho would
llko to correspond with American tan
ners In rcgnrd to his process for mak
ing lcathor, with n view to Introducing
It In the United States."
Tho weekly edition of tho evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tbo day.
ANTED A younr man dlr lrn In tKok
RCfping Aoanirw n uuiiiunumce,
WANTED LltfntJ Matet anl Srconii Mats for
local stcameri, rr'v fo Inter-Island Steam
NavlfftHni Co , I ij Qucfn rfff Mi8lf
A GENTLEMAN prkate nur Jeilrei a f oltlon.
AidfMi Harn'd. No. )8. fiyrelanU Si. m8-tw
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by ee1cf flf Jj
yearacxptrlenca. 0. D1ETZ, 4)fNuuaruSt
VOUNU MAN, t-nott
I nnr H AN
MAN, slenograrlitr nj tvrewtlter.
OLD tAPES TO hX-HiNG or dun Cot
Imi Dig, Apfplv .1 Hull.lln OWc nfri-H
rO LET FwnMwd r(onllli boarj. Alio I.Ma
borJ, tco. Urittf nil at coiner of Victoria St.
TO LFT Thit larir. ani rommoJIou, dwrlllnp;
1 hu. fronting on Pttnihnu Avtnu.. orioitl.
Oahu C, I'rRp, with moJtrn Imerovtment.. knowti at
la ce with a tr rale,. Hyor'er
Trui're ol J, A. DutterlieM, bankrupt, Juil Dli.
TO LET part nl office mth in of ittk. Hoora of
ti, Ma goon HullJln g.
TO LET 14 Room Housf, furnUhed complete, al
c Rocm llouie, b,t location In th. city.
R, W Atkinson, Mtgoon Dull Jinx, Merchant St
TO LET One two, or four very Jes'rable furnlheJ
rnomt, tiea-ani location, mar city, Atkinson,
Magorn BJI., Merctiant St , prion King St,
COR RENT A new four room cottage on Queen
M 'ppiy to u, acnuman, Merchant at., rit
fort anJ Alike,
TO LET New 6 rooms cottages on Insane Atylum
Hoai. 5a tofer month, Inquire on rremhesor
room 18, Campbell Block, upstair o-er National
Rink. I-. STIML'CH.
RENT j tirire rooms.
Apply J Harold,
11 (iirJen Lane.
rO LET Seftrn Mouse, well furnished rooms with
brnri Young St , rear Pllhnt 8im
TO LCT-Acotlarton Aloha Lane.
Arpiy J. A.
TO LET FurnUhei 8 rooms inj bath, house and
furniture new, on Walk Ik I road, younr couple
wouU Mard with tenantall modern convenances.
l.C. AMes itBI-iw
PR RENT Large frmt room Ir, private family,
iely furnished. t6q bchool srreet between Fori
and Emma. mi if
TO LET-Two newly built cottars off Lillha St.,
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. ft CO.,
TOR 3 ALU.
i9t- !. un inv rracn in Kapioiani I'arK I Hit
In fee slmrle. For rati ruar aiJr A lirtnhtD
P. O. Box t5. or at CjUindaum Jt CO , Cor. Queen
4ni rmaiiiuiTHinu - ITM-
COR SALE Lot Acxiio. Wltcnx utt. S r
J P. H HURNETTE, Tel. Main 141
PfiB CltC ......... t..... ChLC ......
r p. H. HURNETTE. tel. Mam 141
FR SALE llouw a-J Lot King Si , Soo, easy
frmt. P H. IIURNbTTE. Tel Main 141
SALE-llouse and lot. Wit jfr Ave . Sicx.
ifrmifiiv. 1-, n. UUHni IL, It Mflg St,
JOR SALE A quantity of MconJ.hmJ jra'n pib
Apply llawahai tramway. Co., l'unahou, City.
COR SAIE SUIotinn K.pah'i'u HoaJ, Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Arrly
Cmmet' May, JuU lluiljlnr. ,.g.f
FOR SALE-rin br?j. lOanJ rreJ mare. -lmlIJ
fam'ly animal AJJreia "Animal" Ujll.tln
FOR SAL At tne Orrheum liar there will be lol I
Choice Wmet, Llquori, ftc, by the gait or
tottle J. K. Merteburg iTt6-im
PR SALE Family liors, ani turrcv. Hone sound
arJiafe. Surrey In tmwlau conJIt en. AJ
drni'O K." Bulletin Office. irfo-tf
PR SALE Bedroom Set anl Kl chen Table, al
molt new, S,t. Apply thll office, "S G " ..-tt
FOR SALE $100. Futnlture of (.-roomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cittiee.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE (k CO..
6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE-On each it-, and 6 horie power
MICTZ & UCKS KEKOSEKB Oil ENdlNES, (new)
Iniulr.of J. Emmelutii, 141 Kl.igSl. mi-lf
I OST TitO CertlflfdtaX nf ntt In Mnnnhitu In.
L- rtment Co No )?, ecrnj erles. two ihiri
lnurJ to T. Ah Tau, of Koloa, k'kual; NJ si,
leconJ irle, fou-harea lnueJ toT Atonir, TlnJe'
n4 ail others are hereby n tide J tht raiment tut
b en ttorrJ anJ shar 1 re'u4 Honolulu Invest
nent t. o , by C H tirny. Tin Sc. iiVviw
LOST-DraM No. 481 In favor ol Yokihama Srrcle
Uatk, amount fn.oo drawn by Pacific lugr
Mill Co , has been lost ani payment s'orrcJ. F. A.
SchaeUr & o. it 66 3!
fOST-Rci Morocco pocket book containing letters
Li ani rapersuf no value except to owner. FfnJer
please leive at office of H IS OrecoryA ( o Frrt
t., oppot'ti Club Stables, ani reteUt reward, If
LO T Certificate n.mb r 141 for five shares of
stock In the Pioneer Uulldtneand Loan Atso'la
tlon, i4th wrlei, In favor of Mrs K. Santos, trustee,
has been lost nil persons art warneJ against negot
atlng tame it8iiw
COUND- Tribune (Hcycle Arrly at Bulletin.
1 Office ani pay I raiverHiement irta-iw
McClure's Magazine for March
The March Issue of McClure's Mnga
zlno 1 one of notable value, a vulue at
once timely and permanent. I'be lead
ing teaturo Is a character attuly of Ed
ward VII, written by the mnn In
America mpst competent for tho task,
Qcorgo W, Smalley, tho corespondent
tit the London Times. Acoompan)iug
the article are pictures which form a
series or portraits of tho ne.v sovereign
from earliest youth to tho piescn't.
Following this appreciation of tho
King, there Is n collection of llctuie
of Queen Victoria. Theso ma thirty in
number, reproductions of photogiaplis
and paintings, nnd they aro it complete,
pictorial souvenir of the monnrch. A
descrlptivo text accompanies them.
Theodora Roosevelt, VIcj P.vsldent,
contributes an article of great interest,
In which he describes clenily tbe per
sonalities of some who hino labored
with success in New York City for
"Reform Through Social Work." An
article of particular hlntorlr.il vnluo, as
well ns vlvldl nterest. Is contrltutcd by
Ida M. Tarbcll, This Is entitlec, "The
Disbanding of the Union Army." nnd
In It Is adequately told for the first
time the story of an event unique In
history, how the Federal Government
returned Its army of a million men
from tho camps of war to the fields of
peato. Among the other contents uic:
"What Wo know nbout Mars," ,iy Ed
ward 8. Holden, formerly director of
tho L'ek OliBcrvntory; "Hllly's Tear
less Woe," a story written and Illus
trated by Frederic Remington; "The
Law of Life," nn Alaskan sluiy, by
Jack London; "Dan McCarthy " a story
of tho Now York police, by ,T Lincoln
Steffens; besides other slimt stories, nn
Installment of "Klin," by Rudynrd
Kipling, nnd a poem by J'nophlno
Dodgo Daskam, Tho Illustrations nie
many and oxcellent. Anion r tho
artists represented nro I V, Dn.Monil,
Fred.erlc Remington, J, I.ockv.-ood
Kipling, Orson Lowell, Oeorgo Ynrlan,
Klten Ucrnard Thompson and W. J.
Fine Job Printing it the Bulletlr
WE WILL SELL
When you want any call on
E. O. HALL & SON, .
Jas. F. Morgan
ii OS yueen wtrel
Wednesday, MARCH 20th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Hi
At mv salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction a choice assortment
Household Furniture and
Sewing Machines, and many
Jas. F. Morgan,
Tools and Native Woods
Wednesday. MARCH 20th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction a very large as
Native and Foreign Woods.
Hay Cutter, Etc., Etc. belong
ing to the estate of the late MR,
Jas. F. Morgan,
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALO BV
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
From March 15
to March 31
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, ?5.
COR. FORT AND KING STS.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. Wi
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Shid, Carp. Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
WllllTUV INnmui: Tml., -:..
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,
P.I.,..! I I.... T-.l f-i r...i I
y"".-'"'! 'I'Vt waives reer. ana
( BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
ruuurcs, unions, i.iDDage. A lull supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
H.iritlv .1 thtnp thit will .-miM tifl.l. tnr
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
MESSRS. BELASCO & THAU
take pleasure In announcing to
the public of this city that
Mr. Lewis Morrison,
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT
EST ACTORS, (kind permis
sion of Manager Jules Murrey)
Florence - Roberts
WILL GIVE THREE PERFORM
ANCES ONLY, BEGINNING
Tuesday, March 19th
In the following standard plays:
TUESDAY. MARCH 10th
THURSDAY. MARCH Slst
"MERCHANT OF VENICE"
SATURDAY EVENING, Mar. 83rd
THE MAj.JR PIECE OF ALL "FAUST"
The public are cautioned that seats
lor these performances are now on
sale, and will be held until 12
o'clock on'y the day of the per
formance. Secure your seats
, and avoid the rush.
on all sorts of bulldint.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
Admission to the SIIRINER'S HALL
WEDNF.SDAY EVENING will be by
ticket. Tickets must be presented at the