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EVENINO BULLETIN. HON0LTJHJ H. T..WEDNESDAY, MCH. 20, 1901.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
h petent Labor.
Sr We employ the most improved methods and are fully
' ' fitted for
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
'4 ' .DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
' ; - FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
- Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
(TcI. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
A NOTED COLLECTION
Oil "and Water Color Paintings
SELECTED WITH OREAT CARE DY
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR
AT THE 3RT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC HARDWARE
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition will be open for about three weeks commencing Saturday,
March q, Under the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Moet & Chandon's Champagne
In Quarts and Pints.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS OR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
i Prof. W. Bogle,
a ! e. .- rmrftrtHicf
f OUICUH VIIIIV'uui,ati
1 Room 8, Elite Block
Admission to the SIIRINER'S BALL
WEDNESDAY EVENING will be by
ticket. Tickets must be presented at the
door. ' v Wtf
has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
MESSRS. BELASCO & THALL
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 TWO PERFORM
THURSDAY, MARCH Slat
"MERCHANT OF VENICE"
SATURDAY EVENING, Mar. 23rd
THE MASTER PIECE OF ALL "FAUST1
will give farewell matinee of
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:15
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
At Art League
The Musical Circle of the Kllohana
Art Ltague will give an entertainment
in the Art League rooms In the Prog
reps block toborrow evening at S
o'clock. The lovers of Wagnerian mu
sic will be especially happy at this en
tertainment as the whole program Is
from the works of that great composer.
The Art League afternoons and even
ings are always most enjoyable and the
followlnstprogrnm guarantees a pleas-
nnt entertainment tomorrow evening:
Miss N'ocko .....'.Miss Lyman.
Jllss llrown .. Mr. Uallaseyus.
Wagner A Sketch.. Delia 12. Orlswold
Itend by Miss Cartwrlght.
Togncr's Address Melsterslngcrs
Mr. K. A. Uallaseyus.
Spinning Chorus Flying Dutchman
Oahu College Students.
Directed by Mr. Dallnscyus.
Shepherds Song Tannhauser
O Ju Meln Holder Abendstrcji . .
Mr. C. Newton Prouty.
Tannhnuscr (a) Festival Play
Miss Necfce .... Miss Lyman.
Miss Drown. ..Mr. Uallaseyus.
(b) Urldal Song
Directed by Mr. Dallaseyus.
JOE BAILEY'S NECKTIE.
Representative Joe Dalley of Texas,
soon to be Senator, walked over from
the House recently to take a look at
the body of which he Is to become a
member. Mr. Dalley at once attracted
attention. It wns not because of his
smooth and cherubic face; It was not
on account of his long black coat nor
his unbarbered hair, nor his wide ex
panse of shirt front. Alt of these things
belong to'Balley every day In the week
and Sunday, too.
All or Mr. unlley s peraonany was
focused In his brilliant purple jecktle.
A rich f oyal purple silk, figured with
dots, was the material out of which Mr.
Dalley's tlo 'was constructed. It en
circled his ample neck nnd fell down In
shiny folds upon his white shirt front.
From afar off It resembled the robes
of Klng'Solomon when he was attired
In all his glory.
Nobody could understand why Mr.
Bailey had appeared In a purple neck
tie until some one recalled the fact
that purplo Is the color prescribed for
mourning nt the court of King Edward
VII. Congressman Dalley Is In the
fashion, sure enough. Washington
An $8.00 DICTIOHARYfor$1.(
The New Werner Edition of
Newly and magnificently Illustrated. Wee!'
rnu the lt Dlcilimiry ever rut on the markr
I lo.r price. TI1I1 nciT trtlilon contains rrn
p-clal rehires aurh m dictionary of Synov
let Antonymi, lexicon of foreign chraua, c.
Joniry of abbreviation!, colored plates, m
:tc. llememur this it not tae cheap book t"
ximtKully primed f-dltlnn ou ntie itr u
iintiandt or raloaplo addldons o( alii to itu.1t
i:iJ butlni'M men. If you dnire th'a Looli, u
II our ipeclal offer price, tl.oo, and we will h
m mil (rial dictionary, tiuund in cloth or
' $2.00 and we will aotid the Tno lcV bon-.i"
(all taa alip,wlu a teautllol cover Ctsli
t'i9 hdnlMiincKt luw.prlccd iMctlonarycrer v
l.hftl. For every day use In the offlre, lion
u.unUnd library thiadlotlnnarylaatioliitely u
"i-nteHl. Forwarded on receipt of our as-r'
if :r price, si.oa for cloth bUdlar or $3.00 ) ,
u fnll tan sheep. II It l uot aemfiruiry, inn
1 4ii(l we will rifuiKl your money, Wrlteforo
H-xUI liltutraud rauloime, quoung tho 1.
Drier, on book., FREE. Via can save you mo ..,
addreia all onion to
THE WERNER COMPAN'V,
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'Tb. Winii Comp.iiy Uth.miff1iIynl.U4.Ji:dli.i
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During the SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
Ttauf aaay .
N'e v Moon on the 20th at 2:23 a. m
The tides at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Cotst
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Iiawallan Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian. of 167 30. Tho
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the same as Greenwich Oh. Om.
Musters of vessels calling from tbis
port tor San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
ncneflt free of charge, complete lets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo' obtained rt
gjnllng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocein
Weather Bureau, Punahou, March 20.
Temperature Morning minimum.
C8; Midday maximum, 77,.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.1C. Steady.
Daw Point 61F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 72 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Marc!)
20. Weather cloudy; wind strong NE.
' Tuesday, Mar. 19.
Am ship Arthur Sewall, Gaffrev, 25
days from Yokohama.
Wednesday, Mar. 20.
Am schr Eric, Roas, 45 days from Cale
Wednesdav. Mar. 11.
Austrian school ship Donau, Hauss, for
Nagasaki. , ,
Ani schr Jno A Campbell, Smith, for
Am schr Rosamond, Ward, for San
For Hllo nnd way ports, per Amr.
Klnau, March 19. John M. Raymond,
John I). Holsmnn, Frank V. Kraus, A.
Morrison, Alexander Ho..iday, N. J
Johnson, II. -. AVattcr,4 George N,
Schofleld, Miss U S. Fraser, Dr. J S.
Mucker. S. C. Parry. Air. and Mrs.
I'rltchard, S. Johnson, J. C Herkner,
C. C. Phllurlck. A. Bolgcr, J. I M,
Shctterley and wife, J. IJ Ross, S. 8.
uetchall. Joseph A. Wntson, N. U
Stoddard, L. B. Wlmer, Mr. and Mrs.
w F. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. . lira.
mnda, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spring, J.
T. ABhworth, George A. Gregg, Miss
A. Kelsler, Miss E. I.. Stowe, Mr.
Uambrldge, George Knrap. Mr. and
Mrs. B. K. Kahana, A. Humberg, C. II.
Kinney. Alvln Scarle. Allen M Wnl-
cott, J. E. Grossman, M. M. Kohn,
James S. Fennell and son, Miss E. F.
Wells, M. J Steven. 1 Blllmnn. Fred
Lyman, A. Humberg, MIbs M. Kobbc,
Miss Melne, W. 0. Robinson, U H.
Rodgcrs, A. Bartfleld, boy and child,
Mrs M. Esplnda, I.. M. Vctlcscn, O.
Weight. T. McCants Stewart. W. C.
Wcedon. W. F. Drake, A. W. Nccly,
11. a unase, Joscpn uw. miss E,
Invoka, M, Komabashl, P Schneider,
James Renton, h. M. Urlswnld. John
liinu, Mrs. Lindsay, w. u. walker
For Maul and way ports, per stmr.
Claudlne, March 19. J. M. Dowsctt,
wife nnd child, Dr Whitney nnd wife,
n. F. Carr, Edward C. Brown. Alias
Kd wards and assistant nurse, V. II.
Frary, J. Sexton, James N. K. Kcola,
and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. J. Kin
ney, C. II. Snyder, Dr. Raymond,
Tang Yang, Miss M. Kaeo, Rev. J. E.
Kcklpl, Rev. J O. Klna, Thomas Wil
son, Lew Wnlr.Goq.LIp, Joseph Law,
Ah Fong, Wane Kung, Rev. J. K.
Iosepa, wife and 3 children.
' 8HIPPING NOTES.
The Fannie Adele is taking a load of
coal for the Warsplte.
The barkentlnes S. C. Allen and Irm
gard are nearly ready for sea.
The schooner Metha' Nelson will -sail
from here to Kahulul to discharge.
A coal bjeket fell from the schooner
Defunct this afternoon but did no damage.
The Eleu towed the Papa Ita and her
consort In from the Warsplte this morning
as the steam scow towing her mate could
not make headway against the high wind.
A large party of the friends of Mr. and
Atrs. Frederick O'Brien went out on the
Fearless this afternoon to'see the depart
ing newspaper man and his wife off for
the Coast. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien were
profusely decorated with lels.
The jlbboom of the schooner Jno. A.
Campbell fouled the foremast of the
steamer J. A. Cummins this morning as
the former vessel was leaving the wharf
In tow of the Fearless. Nodamieewas
done and the Campbell proceeled to s:a.
She Is In ballast for the Sound.
Under the direction of Chief Engineer
Tucker the engines and boiler of the little
towboat Leslie Baldwin are being set up.
She will have a spin the latter part of
this week. On her trial trip In San Fran
cisco she developed a speed of gH lino's
on an Indicated horse power of one hun
dred The Austrian school ship Donaj sailed
for Nagasaki this morning. Her stay In
port has been an enjoyable one for her offi
cers and. men the latter being among the
best behaved of any man of-war'smen ever
here. Many friends of the ofliceis were at
the wharf to see the vessel pull out of
the stream. Pilot Laurenzen took her to
B.( F. Garvey, the Rapid Transit Co.
driver who was arrested yesterday on
complaint of Officer Apana, appeared In
the Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of cruelty to animals. The defend
ant was reprimanded and discharged.
Wm. Young, charged with assault
Hackman Gonsalves the other night, was
arrested this morning on a warrant at his
home in Dowsctt Lane, Kapalama,
It. In It,, mill inutUi
ft ttutt m Mm 0.4 tnurticnl tc unit It.'
'muttimlt M 4.(f 04 04. 40 c,.fl rw. with
nJ to awli mi monlt. Jail (1 ttittrt U
' ntr tfmi 4 Hiplt Helulu.
NOTICE TO UMIDERS Tna Union Easraaa Ca
h.l WHIT8 SAND TOR SAlg I mil
TFtV A vmin nun Artt Icitonft In cook'
n1nc- AddrMi "W.H " ftullttfi ORkc.
IWANTED LIcenMd Mate ana SconS MatM for
W local stcitner. Apply to lnttr Island Steam
"fftvif ar.ow uo. t-ij yuwn arreti.
AGENTLEAIaN private nuru J,lre a position.
AlJtMi H.rold, No. S, Btrtlsnla St. it8-,w
WANTED-WATCHESM repair by jml.r of if
years experience. Q. DIETZ. air Nuuanu St
YOUNC1 MAN. stenograolnr an trrewrlter.. af
one. Ai1rm"AW.". Bulletin OfflM.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH sNGE for clean Cot
ton R..S Appply st ButMIn OUc. ijAo-tf
rO LETFurnlihrd rcomwllh boirj. 'Iio taMa
1 boarJ, loot Ucretanla. at corner of Victoria St.
TO LETThat large ani commoJIous dwelling
house fronting on Punahou Avenue, opposil.
Oahu Ci lleg-t. with moJern Improvements, known as
Uulterfie'd's Cottage. R.'ts payable monthly In ad-
a-cewun waitr rates, try oraer ..
. GEO. DAVIS.
Trustee of J, A. Dutterfi.ld. bankrupl, JuJi Did,
TO LET Part nf office with use of desk. Roeat of
, Magoon Building.
TO LET t Room Houst, f urn I she J complete, il
I ways full.
it) Room Houti, htst tocatlon In tht city.
R. W, A tk In ion. Migoon HullJInt, Merchant Si
TO LET On two, or four very desirable furnished
1 room, fleatint location, ntarclty. Atkinson,
magoon hji., mercnamai", or toii tving ai,
COR RENT A nw four ,10001, cottage onQuttn
rorl and Alakea.
; 91. rP'y "O u n'
Schumin. Merchant St.. bL
TO LET New 6 rooms cottages on InsantAsylum
Road, fta.txiear monti. Inaulrai on rrvmltat or
fom )8, Campltll Dlock, upstairs over Nation et
uanxa v r3iKAuui
R RENT 4 large rooms.
Apply J. Harold,
11 uaraen Lane.
fO LET Sf ton House, well f urn lib 4 rooms with
board Young St , near PUkol nlT'im
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane
Apply J. A.
PR RENT Large front room In private family,
newly furnished, 164 School street between Fort
and Emma. itti tf
TO LET-Two newly built cottagM off Llllha St,
lust above Khoot, Arply to
COR SALE Modern homes on easy terms, ft 90
ciin. f 50 pw nomn. appiy r, 11, nurneue, t
King street. ,
WHY PAY RENT, when you can buy a comfort
able horn on tb remarkable terms of Stjo
Uh. and Sfo per moath P. H. Burrette, Broker,
i swing irgi, ,
MVE RENT and apply tt towards securing a home.
" 3 i'. n. ourneiit, uoKer, fcing at.
for tale. On the bach In Kaplotanl Park. Title
In fee simple. For particulars address A rtenberg,
P. O, Box tjj. or at grinbaum A CO Cor. Queen
ani .vaanumanu yii. .fi)
COR SALE A Quantity of second-hand grain bags
1 Apply Hawaiian Tramway Co , Punahou, City.
COR SALE-Slx lots on KtrahuUi Road, Kalmukl
I Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmet! May, JuJd Building. ii8tf
FOR SALE-Flne bred. Island bred mare, spttndlj
fam ly animal. Address "Animal" Bulletin
COR SAL-At the Orrheum Bar there will be told
Choice Wines, Liquors, Etc , by tht gass or
bottle J, K, Merseburg. - it66 i m
PR SALE-Redroora Set and Kl'chen Table, l
most new, $4). Apply this office, " S.O.' jaMf
PR SALE Sc9. Fatnlturoof s-roomed cottage
near town, wlihorlvller of rent In e cottars.
WILLIAM SAV1DGE ft CO.,
m.6 Merchant St.
COR SALE-Ont earn iHm and 6 ho-sa power
I MICTZ ft WEISS KEROSEM OIL ENQINES, (new)
Inquire of J. Emmeilth, ui King St irntf
LOST To certificates of stock In Honolulu In
vestment Co. No. jTt, scond aeries, two shares
Issued to T. Ah Tau, of Kolot.K1.1ul, No. n,
second series, four shares Issued to T, Along. Finder
and ail others are hereby nit I tie J that favment has
b'cn stopred and sharrs reissued Honolulu Invest"
ntent o , by C H Gray. Tin. Sec. (ttVmw
tiai-trail no. 40 inravor or lOKsnama srecie
- Ba"k, amount In 00 drawn by Pacific Sugar
Mill Co , has been lost and payment stopped. K A.
S chaef.rflt o. 1786-jt
I OST-Red Morocco pocket book containing: letters
L. and papers of no value except to owner. Finder
please leave at uftxe of II. S. Gregory fit Co . Fcrt
Nt . opposite Club Stables, awl receive reward. Siaw
LOb f Certificate numbtr 311 for five shares of
stock fn the Pioneer Building and Loan Assoc1a
tlon, 14th series, In favor of Mrs K, Santos trustee,
has been lost. All persons art warned against negot
a ling same ittl-iw
COUND-. Tribune Bicycle.- Apply at Bulletin.
' Office and pa fr advertisement iwtw
Miss Haskins who leaves b
the " Sierra." begs to announce
to her friends and patrons, that
her returns to the Islands will
depend upon her mother's
condition on whose account
she-is going to the Coast
If possible 5he will return at
an early date '.to resume her
work fn the photographic field.
She takes this occasion to
thank all wio have shown such
kindly appreciation of her ef
forts while here, and hopes in
event' of her return to merit a
continuance of same
Should any of her patrons
req jire duplicates from any of
negatives, Mr. Melvin who has
chirge of the Photo depart
ment of King Bros. Gallery
will attend to them.
Attention Co. "A" .
Every member of this command Is here
by ordered to report at the Drill Shed
Thursday evenlns at 7130 o'clock prompt
ly, for Inspection drill.
By order, H. KLEMMB,
All Firms, or Parlies, having claims
against the INTER-ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., will pleare send Ite
mized statements to the undersigned at
his office, 65 Queen street, by FRIDAY,
JAMES F. MORGAN,
Treasurer Inter-Island Telegraph Co.,
' In the Police Court this forenoon, Ah
Lam was fined and cost on the charge
of riding a bicycle without a light. There
were ten cases of drunkenness on the ca
lendar Eight paid the usual fine, one
forfeited ball and one was reprimanded
and discharged. George Summers, charg
ed with profanity was lined f 2 and costs.
PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES
WE WILL SELL
When you want any call on
E. O. HALL & SON,
HALL BuitblNG, COR. FORT AND KING STS.
Jas. F. Morgan
II 68 Queen Stroot
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR AN .
' From March 15
to March 31
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
it -i i
.lut Received. V
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER ii LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothine better to be had. Wa
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout.Stumon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
na, irawnsn, iraos, crc
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oeesa
Chickens, Quail, Capvas 6ack, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian -Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bkon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. ToiyfiesriCllpped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, wains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet0(i
Heads, Etc. "w'"j
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, 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 Main 219.
While putting neV fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
. 'consider using
Design 'and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke.
, LIMITED, l
.. & Co. u k
STOCK aed BOHD BROKERS
FIRE INSURaHCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE .
AND SAVE y IT WILL PAY YOU TO
'"" BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
1 AT THE
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANI A ST., NEAR FORT. .
P.O BO Jjr. S.'W, LEDERER,
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