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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., FIUDAY, MARCH 22, 1901.
kite , as?
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Speclul Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM L4UNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
A NOTED COLLECTION
Oil and Water Color Paintings
SLLLCTLD WITH GREAT CARE UY
TIIL WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSLUR
AT WE 3RT ROOMS OF WE PACIFIC rflRDWflRE
FORT AND MIKCHANT STRLhTS
This Exhibition will be open for about three we;ks commencing Saturday,
March 9, under the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Metropolitan Meat Co,,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
(fl 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
a shipment of
Mod & Chandon's Champagne
In Quarts and Pints.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENIS OR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
Prof. W. Bogle,
.Room 8, Elite Block
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving trier pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Just
ness Cice, Telephone 156
has Cold Storage,
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
MESSRS. BELASCO & THAU
take pleasure In announcing tn
the public of this city that
Mr. Lewis Morrison,
O.SL OF AMI UICA'S GREAT
fcsr ACTOUb, (kind permis
sion of Manager Jules Murrey)
Florence - Roberts
WILL GIVL TWO I'LKFORM
THURSDAY, MARCH Slnt
"MERCHANT OF VLNICE"
SATURDAY EVENING, Mar. 23rd
THE MASTER PIECE OF ALL "FAUST"
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 I'. M. EUUOI'LAN PLAN.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, March 22.
Temperature Morning minimum,
09; Midday maximum. 70.
llaromcter at 9 a. m. 30 00. Falling
Dew Point C2K. ,
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 01 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
22. Weather cloudy; wind llghe Nil
FrIJav. Mar. n.
OSS Zealandla, Dowdell, 7 days, 21
hrs and 40 mln from Port Angeles.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, from
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Hawaii.
From Port Los Angeles, per O S S Zea-
India, March 21- Martin Waller an! wife,
L, A Hr dteujter and wife. Paul Uren1
hr-lmcr. I A Mef-ej. J K Vendrell. J P
Davis, F J Madura and 545 Porto Flchns
in tne steerage.
From Kukulluele, pe' stmr Iwalinl.
Marih 22 S h Lu.as a' d 4 deck.
From Koloa, per stmr Noeau, March 22
G H Broun, Capt Robertson and 6
From Nawlllwlll. per slmr W G Hall,
M1r.l1 22 -G N Wilcox. A S Wilcox and
wife, A Correa, Messrs Tltcomb, Darling,
Stopp, C Klce, J L Lloyd, W A Kinney,
The steamer Australia from Tahiti was
several days overdue at San Francisco
when tlie Amerl.a Maru lett.
Purser Tommle McCombe and chief
steward Jce Seeley of the ealandla now
need an Interpreter to speik English.
Memorial services were held for the late
Captain William Ward of the wretked
steyner Rio at I runty church, San Fran
cisco on March 10.
The b Igantlne W. G Irwin has been
sold bv the Kimball Steamship Company
to a time company She will be used be
tween Roche Harbor rnd Sin FrancUco.
The barkentlne Amelia Is at Ele.'le dis
charging lumber. She arrived on the 20 h
When the Noeau left Koloa there was a
total of 55,109 bags sugar on Kauai ready
The schooner John G. North from the
Sound with a full load of lumber arrived
at Hanamaulu on the 20th'
The steamer W. G. Hall. Noeau and
James Makee from Kauai and the Iwalanl
from Hawaii arrived this morning.
The steamer Kauai has been detained at
Walmea on iccount of a broken windlass.
The loss of the windlass makes loading a
The steamer Keauhou expected from
Hamakua today will not arrive as she has
beeen weather bound and could not load
sugar. She is expected h -re on Sundiv.
In Iwalanl returning from Hawaii te
ports the stem buoy at Kukulluele sunk
and a very stiong wind on the coast and
irossInK channel. At Honokaa the Iwala
nl lost a boit on the rock.
The first suit growing out of the Rio
disaster was tiled In San Trancsco on
March 12th. I he suit uas brouzht bv
Mrs. Sai ah Guou the widow of one of
ine vicums 01 me wtcck anu is lor i5,
The plaintiff makes sweeping cha'ges of
negleit. The officers of the vessel aie ar
raigned for not making proper soundings
when coming into tne narror, ana tne ra
clfic Mall SteaiiKhlp Company ii held
reponslble lor not providing a crew or in
telligent men who understood the English
language, ana a sufficient number of li
YOUNG POND LUCKY
llerkeley, March 14. Contrary to tho
hops of the nntho Hawaiian part,
which has been looking forward to tho
honor of Imlng nuthe boys placed In
tho At my and Navy of tho United
Stnt"i. the first boy to bo recommend
ed to Anapolh from tho Island terrl
torles Is n Ind of American birth and pa
rentage. Delegate Wilcox has named
an hU flret choice for tho United States
Nuwil School John Enoch I'ond. a stu
dent In the llerkeley High School.
Young I'ond Is the son of Lieutenant
Charlo V. I'ond, who Is In command of
the f 1111 boat Iroquois and the Govern
ment naval station nt Honolulu. Tho
father has acquired citizenship In tho
Hawaiian Islands but has no natho
blood. The hoy was sent to Berkeley
two j cars ago to bo educated In tho
High School Ho Is a grandson of Mrs.
12. J. McIIenry and nephew of Mrs. E,
II. Lamore of 2208 Ellsworth street and
Mrs. William Keith of 2207 Atherton
stret. His mother, who Is n daughter
or thn luto Judge John McIIenry of San
I'ranclBio, will come on from Honolulu
at or.co to accompany her spn East.
They will leave for Annapolis about
May 1st, In tlmo for tho nnn.ua! ex
aminations for admission to tho school.
Young I'ond Is 10 years of age and a
member of tho middle class In tho High
School, He Is a good football player,
and r'ajed tackle last season on the
crack llerkeley eleven.
The Evening Bulletin, 75' cents ptr
The Young Bros.
Are prepared to Take parties
to the Warship In Their
Speedy Gasoline Launches
RlngUpllLUL 3313 or call at
The Boat Landing to make
Special Rates to II.M.S. Warspite
Lying oft the Harbor.
Saturday and Sunday
The Launches will make
law'. ' '" "'""" " ' inttttii t
rfK It titi '" onl itttirtton; l( ttnti tw
inuittont: to ttnlt oni villi, 40 tintt two tvuht
anj (V it nil on! month TM it tbl ibiabltt a tvl r
tttint nt. oflflJ tbt ptopU t omtutm.
OTICE TO BIJtLDERS-The Union Eiprti, Co
nil Willi E 3H1.U rJK 3JLC H4VF
ANTED Eprt tprltr. dally, ftfttrtp.ms
apd v 10 ntnoenpner. iiouse 01 Kerresen
UttvM m-t I
ANTED A young man d$lre lesson tn cook
tfr'"B naurrss ' vv n 'uuiifnntjn.ee
WANTED Lltnel Mates ani SeconJ Mat's for
local MameM. pply !o Inter-Nlani Steam
navigation uo , tu. yueen Mreei mi
A GENTLEMAN rrlvate nurt drslrr a nJHnn
"i Addreis Maro d No 8. Herelanla Si nt8-sw
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler of u
yean experience O DlbTZ, at Nuuanu St
YOUNG MAN, stenographer an! typewriter, a
one. Adlress "A N" Bulletin Office
ID PAPERS TO EXCH N(iE for clean Cot
inn Kags Apppiv ai iiuiietm Uffice i jftg-if
rO LET-rurnlhei rmmwlih Nari Also table
roarj, tooj neretania at corner of victoria bt
TO LFT That large and comtiHKlhMn detllne
h ue fronting on Pinahou Avenue, opj osile
Oahu O liege, lth moJtrn Improvements, known as
ouuniir m 9 wmiKri w is pajanr mommy in J'
aice with water rates. Uy order
Trustee of J, A. llutterfielJ Hnkrupt, Judd Did,
lTgte o d,t
pO LET Patl nf office with use of desk. Room of
1 11. ah coon Huming.
TO LET 14 Room Hotm. fuml'lwi complete, af
fg Hocm Hoim. btt location In ttu city.
R. W Atkinson. Migoon Hdt'JInt, Merchant it
'O LET One two. or tour very Jes rable turnlsheJ
tnnffl.. tlinf liwatlrm ni.rfliv. Atblnanti
miRoon mi , Mercnam l , or toil King t.
COR RENT A new tour room cottage tin Queen
! arHtf In (?. Srhumin Mrrhsn, Si . h.t
Tori anJ Alakea tro-i If
'O t ET New 6 rnomi tottapeann Intane Avlum
koaj tiKOMt month. Inoulr,. on rrefflltea or
rtom )8, Campbell Illock, upstairs orr National
R RENT- large rocmj Apply J. HarolJ,
1 tjaracn Lane l,lta-tw
XO LET Setlon llouie. well turnlthej room with
board Young St , near Pllkol n..im
rO 1 ET A cct're on Atohn Ltn
Apply ) A.
PR RENT Larce (rnt room In private family,
fiev.lv furnlthJ. tfto Srhnnl trout Katu.on fnr
an J Emma. Tt if
TO LET-Two nwly built cottagM off Lltlha St ,
Juit above school. Arr'y to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO .
COR SALE Modern homes on easy terms, $tjo
- vain. ju ymt inuniii, rpiy r, 11, uurneue. t
llHY PAY RENT. V.hn Vnunn huv rnirfnrt.
v able home on the remarkab e terms of $ijo
m-.il, uim w pr morui r. 11 iiur eilf, uroKer,
is King street.
SAVE RENT ani apply It towards securing a home
Srel II Burnem, II oker, jtKlngSt
for sale On the beach In Kaplolanl i'lrk. 1 ttle
In fee simple. For part'eu ars aJress A (iartenbig,
P. O Uoxtss, or t OhINIIAUM a co , Cor. Quevn
ant naiiiununu - tfrV'
COR SALE A quantity of monJ-hani rin bags
1 App'y Mawallai Tramways 10 , Punah iu, City,
COR SALE Six lots on Kirhiu Roa4. Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the lntallment plan, Arry
Cm met May. Ju5J UuilJing. t 84-tf
COR SAI C-Flne breJ. Islani breJ mare iMtniM
1 fam ly animal AJJress "Animal" Ilulletln
COR SALF At I he Orrhxum flap thr will K. .If
Choice Wines, Liquors, lie, by the gatsor
tottle J. K Merseburg 1 7 16-1 m
COR SALE-Bedroom Set anJ Klchen Table, al
most new, Jtj Apply thU f-ftice, " S O ' 4-tf
pOR SALE $100. Futnltureof j-roomej cottage
near town, wuripriviirre or reniinp conace,
WILLIAM SAVIDQE Ac CO .
c6 Merchant St.
COR SALC-One ea'h an! 6 horie power
nun a nti,9 HLHuscnr uil ENUINEI. me
Inquire ol J Cmweiutii 141 King St mi-It
I OST-Drall No. 4S1 In favor ol Yokahama Srecle
J- Hark, amount tn 00 drawn by I'aclric Sugar
Mill Co . hat been lot! ani nit m.nl .Mrm I I A
Schaefer & o ir86it
I OST- Rei Morocco pocket book containing letter,
- ani paperi of no value except to owner. Tinier
pleaw leave at otlice of II S Cregory & o 1 1 rt
M . oppotlt.Club Stablei ani recel. rewari 8,-w
I OST (.ertllicue number In for tne aharea of
- itock In Hie Pioneer Hullitng and Loan Aiao-la
tlon, i4lh kerlea, In favor of Mr, K Santos, trudee,
has been lost All persons are warned against negot
COUND Tribune Bicycle Apply at Bulletin
' Office and pay t r advertisement irga.iw
The band will play tho following se
lections at a concert on tho grounds of
the Hawaiian hotel this evening, begin
ning nt 7:30 o'clock:
0crture Scmlramlde Rossini
Cornet Solo Columbia .... Itolllnson
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection Bohemian Girl Half
fa) Nuuanu Wnlpuna, (u) Kn Ma
Miss J. Kelltaa.
(c) Wal Punalau, (d) Ilaln Tuahlae
Mrs. N. Alapat.
Selection A Runaway Qlrl...Monkton
Waltz Paradise of the Pacific...
C5aotte Pretty Women Berger
Polka Nuuanu Vnlley Berger
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
It is a case where, honest
work brings its own reward.
king bros., who have lately
gone into the photogiaphic
business, as a branch 10 their
Art Store, are meeting with
remarkable success in the
Kodak Finishing Department.
This is due to followir g the
mottoe : " A thing worth
doing, is worth doing well."
The result is, everyone who
knows the difference, is satis
fied. I"p those who don't know,
an invitation is extended tb
look into the matter ''
120 Hotel Street,
Corner of Union.
If ou want any of tho exqulslto col
or work or those pretty tapa albums
that aio now offered by tho HONOLU
LU PHOTO SUPPLY CO , you had best
get In J our order early as tho supply
does not nearly equal tho demand.
PAINT. . .
BEAUTIFUL, . DURABLE
. . .READY MIXED FOR USE. . .
E. O. Hall & Son,
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTIOrv EBR AND
11 05 Queen Street
ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr L. B. Kerr on
BeretanU street, three doors from Alapal,
I will sell at Public Auction the entire
household furniture, consisting In part of
Upholstered parlor set. marble top table.
pictures, piano and hanelnz lamp, leather
(.nairs, eay chairs, soua Drass Deasieaas,
hair mattresses, very handsome bureaus,
washstands. commodes and wardrobes,
koi furniture, black walnut book case. Ice
box, meat safe, large stove, silverware
glassware, crockery, fern, palms, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Tuesday, March 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mrs. Clench, on
Lunalllo street, near Pensacola street, I will
s;l at Public Auction the entire household
furniture, consisting In part of
Handsome large round oak koa center
Other koa tables, beds, etc.
Black walnut bookcase.
Black walnut bedroom set.
Pictures, chairs, sofa, nets.
Handsome Hawaiian wood chiffonier.
Meat safe, stove.
Kitchen utensils, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
From March 15
to March 31
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes: 1st, $15; 2nd, '$10 ; 3rd, $5.
IN THE BEST
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Co
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MlLLkR & I IIX': Prim. P..f M.,H
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PmU;?lliTinn TTillk.tf TM.. C(...
Sole, Smelt, Sh.d. Carpi RockCod, Sea
rjass, rawusn, lraos, fctc.
POULTRY AND GAME-Turkeys.Oeesa
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Reef. PAe. Alcn Sivt P.riH D..L.
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BIITTI-P. Pcr Ph.... PMI.o ri....
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
DVSTI R:-P.1nrt, liriv n mn1l r.
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 new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUU FURNITURb ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
HUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVL IT WILL PAY YOU TO
6U'" BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. T HO 535. S, V. LLDrRLR,