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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., MONDAY, MATiCH, 25, 1901.
1 (Oft-'iv strfl
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
petent Labor. '
We employ the most improved methods and are 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 LUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St.
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
A NOTED' COLLECTION
.07 and Water Color Paintings
' . SELLCTLD WITH GREAT CARC BY
, '. v . Wll.UAIi MORRIS
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISbLUR
AT THE WT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC H3RDW3RE
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition will be open for about three weeks commencing Saturday,
March o, under tlie personal supervision' of Mr. Morris '."
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
ffi. Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
Moet & Chandon's Champagne
In Quarts and Pints.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FQR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
on nil sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
Prof. W. Bogle,
' Surgeon Chiropodist,
Koom 8, Elite Block
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving trie pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the TJust
xess Cce, Tekpnone 156
has Cold Storage
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Election of Officers.
At tha Adjojrned Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD., held
this day, the following Officirs and Di
rectors were duly elected for the ensuing
J. Ena ,Vv President
James L. McLean...vlce-Presldent
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
DIRECTOS: J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith, August
Dreler, H. M. Von Holt, J. M. Dowsett.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, March 25, 1901, 1797.2W
Lodge Lo l'rogrcs Del'Occanic
No. 24, A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
meeting of the above lodge at 7:30 o'clock'
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, March
25th, at Its hall, Masonic Temple.
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge Nj 822 and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
A special meeting of the Wnverloy
Cluss Club will bo held tonight at 8
o'clock In Wnverley Hall. Any desiring
to learn tlio game or Join the club aro
asked to bo present.
T, McLano has been appointed mali
nger of Koloa Sugar Co, In place of
Anton Cropp who with his family has
gone to Germany to rpsldo permanont
Anton Cropp of Koloa lias left for
Germany with his family where he will
Weather Bureau, Purinhou, March 23
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.09. Rising.
Dew Holnt TOP.
Humidity at 9 a. m. TS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. March
J5. Weather clear; wind light NE.
Saturday, Mar. 2).
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, fron Oahu
U S A T Indiana, Merle, from San Fran
cisco. Am bk Alden Besse, Potter, 17 days
irom san t-rancisco.
Sunday, M.ir. 41.
Stmr Hanalel, Pedenen, from Manama
ulu. Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai.
Stmr WaUleale, Plltr.from Kauai.
Stmr Keauhou. Jlosher, from Kukul
haele. Stmr Claudlne, Parker, from Kahulul
artd way ports.
Saturday Mar. 2j.
Am bk GerarJ C Tobey. Gore, for Sin
Am bk S C Allen, Jackson, for San
Stmt Noeau, Wyman, for Kauai at 1 pm.
StmrW G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai.
Sunday, Mar. 24.
H B M F S Warsplte, for Acapulco.
Am ship Columbia, Mattlson, for the
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkaha'a, Mar
24 Francis Gay. wife and maid, F
UIUWII, lldliCS VJ IV, II VVVUtllll, IX JTIU3-
grave, Mrs V Knudien and maid, H H
Cave. George and wife, Mls Ward,
Johnstone, Albert GanJall, Mrs Mauerer,
William Oanlord, K Keller, J W r-anweii,
Miss Frank l.'av. Mrs Craddck and
daughter, T Musada, Miss Lovoux A
Blake, Miss Hard wick, Charles Kauhane
and 62 deck passengers.
l-rom Maul ports, per stmr Claudlne,
Mar24-A S Hart ell. H P Baldwin. Mrs
W A Lowrie. Mrs F E Atwater, J M Dow
sett, Judge Humphreys, S M Ballou, F J
icaven, a m nayseioen, u 11 nayseuen,
R English, W P Hala and daughter, T
Kalama, B Damster, Joseph Kal nl, T
Hasegawa, Peka Halsey, Fun Teung. Mrs
Kauhimahu and two children. Mr Kalu-
na. Mrs lkuwa, W E Reavls, C W
midges, wile and two children, miss
Hooklni F H Hayseldei, F H Hayselden,
Jr, Paul Jarrett, W E Devereaux and 52
From Kauai, per stmr, Hanalel, Mnr.
26 M. Agnsce.
rrom Kuual, per stmr. Walalcalc,
Mar. 26 J. Kllgore.
From Hawaii nrld Maul ports, per
steamer Klnau, March 23rd. Hon. W.
O. Irwin, Hon. J. A. Buck, Cnpt W
Mntson and wife. Miss Lurline Mnt
son, L. A. Thurston, J. M. Itnmonil
John D. Holsman, Frank S. Knaus, A,
Loulsson, Alex. Holllday, H.J.John
son, II. D. Walters, Geo. H. Sehofield
Miss L. S. Frazer, Miss E. L. Stove,
Dr. T. D. Hacker, S. C. Parry, F. T
Prltchnrd, Mrs. F. T. Prltclmrd. J,
Johnson, J. 11. Herkner, C. C. Phil
brick, A. Uolga, J. B. Ross, Miss L.
Hoog, Miss A. Kessler, L. Shetterl,
D. L. Shetterly, D. S. Gctchall, J. H.
Watson, Geo. A. Gregg, J. Ashworth,
A. C. Spring, A, Hromada, Miss Hro
raadn, .Mrs. W. F. Peterson," II. A.
Stoddard, L. B. Head. Mrs. W. J,
Head, M. M. Kohn. A. McBryde, E. H.
Wodehouse, Miss Ivy Richardson,
Miss M. Shlpmnn, Master C. Ahrcns,
E. K. Lindsay, Geo. Kent, Miss h.
Seernnce, C. Streckunld, P. Peck, II.
O. Bartclls, II. L. Whltcomh, Miss T.
Washburn, U M. Whltohouse, Geo.
Gustnfson and wife, Miss Hasel Gil
lett, Horace J. Craft, F. S. Hunker, Mr,
Touccker, wlfo and 2 children, Mrs.
L. Kltcnt, ..irs. T. It. Brjant W. E. Pa.
tersen, Mrs. J. h. Shetterly, J. W,
Hind. John McQulre, C. Hottoy, Goo.
D. Russell, Miss Mary Russell, Wm.
Flanders. Tt.' W. Filler, J. Platts. A. K.
N'auahl, J. H. Olmstcad, C. H. Carlson,
E. W. Mulligan, C. II Bynder, E. C.
Drown, R. L. Cnrr, J. Gllornnnn nnd 97
IS NOT SMALL POX
A young natho nged about 20 years,
walked, up on tho front porch of the
Queen's hospital this morning nnd!
asked for admission. Dr. Cooper uas
at the place at the time and at once
proceeded to examine the man. From
first appearances, It looked very much
as If tho native was a victim of small
pox. His arm was badly swollen and
tho vesicles had already appeared.
Dr. Cooper at once telephoned for
Drs. Carnilchnel, Wood and Herbert
who'were not long In making their np'
pcarance. It was thon that An exnmln
ntlon was made. Dr. Cooper, when seen
nbout tho matter at the noon hour,
"When wo made tho examination, nil
four doctors decided that tho natho
was suffering from a very bad case of
chicken pox. His temperature was
103 jmi this In Itself would go to
show that tho man Is not suffering
from smallpox for, It Is ono of tho char
actcrlstlcs of that disease that th,o high
temperature always disappears as soon
as tho vesicles apepar.
"I sent for the other physicians be
causo I wanted to bo perfectly sure
about the matter and because smallpox
has recently made Us uppearnnce In
After tho examination of the natho
by the pliyslclana, ho was removed to
the quarantine station tp await further
developments and for precaution's
J, J. Sullivan of the firm of Sullivan
& Buckley, has been appointed by the
dticctors of tho Club Stables Co., as
manager to succeed Charles Belllna,
resigned, Mr. Sullivan will take chargo
As no ono has called for the Tribune
bicycle which has been advertised for
ono week, tho finder, Henry Williams,
claims ownership of the wheel. See ad
under Special Notices.
Henry H, Williams, the progressive
undertaker, Is enlarging his undertak
ing parlors and adding largely to bis
Ail. in tht tolumn will ft fnlttUi t
it ttt m tint out tmttrtioni it ttmtt tvtt
inutHcm; to ttntf out Vftik, 40 tint two wttkt.
tnd to unit otii montn 011 it tt tmwtu mw
hunt tvtr offtttd tbt ptcpti c Honolulu.
AS tli Tribune Meyclt Jveft!i by me for one
erx nas not teen tinea lor.
of the hfel.
OTICE TO BUIIDERS-Tri. Union Eipttw Co
IMl WHITE &AHU t-UK ALC 1M1"
WNTED-Exrl ljrfrllr. dally. Ilwtp.oi.
Atlr. tn tl.nncrarh.r. Mouse of Renresen
i ' 1 1
ANTED Ayounj rnn drstres lessons In txok'
ncerine naaress " v ti uuinnn vintc,
tlANTED Llcenwd M(ei nj Second MalM for
local steamen. Apply t lnterlslanj Steam
Wavlgatlo! Co 1 1 ti. yueenlreet. . mi
ACENTLfiAUN private nure Jeslre a position,
Add re n llarr.U, No 198, He retanU St i??g-ew
UANTEDWATCMESto repair by Jeweler cf J$
t years experience u uibii, 4x1 nuuanu ai
VOUNtJ MAN, ttenoeraotier and trpewrlter, at
I once. Aijress MA N " Bulletin Omt.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCII NGE for clean CoU
ton Rag Aprr'v t Bulletin Office !fto'1
r" I ETFurnlsheJ front room only $ 10 month,
quiet place jj IneyarJ St. near Nuuanu irgft-iw
fO LET FurnUhei roomwlth boarj Also table
1 board, 100) BeretanU at corner of Victoria St.
TO LET That Urce and commodious dwelling
h ue I r online on Ptnahnu Avenue, opposite
Oihu CrlleK'i with modern Improvements, known as
Ilutterfie'd s Cottage, Re ts payable monthly In ad
wjthwa'er rates. By order
Trustee of J. A. Outtcrfittd, bankrupt, JudJ Did.
fO LET Part "I office with use of desk. Room of
' ii Ma goon Holding.
pO LET 4 Room House, furnished complete, al
1 wavs full
19 Room House, best location In the city.
W Atkinson. Msgoon Building. Merchant St
O LTT One two, or four very desirable furnished
room ttlnsant location, nfarrltv. Atkinson.
Mi goon Bil , Merchant St , or 1041 King St.
COR RENT A new four room cottaga on Queen
' St. pplv to G. Sc human, Merchant St., bit
Fort and Alakea iti tf
TO LET New 6 rooms cottages on Insane Asylum
Road. tfeopr month, Inquire on premises or
nom 18, Camrbell Block, upstairs over National
Bank. r, 5TRAUCII.
RENT i tirce rooms. Arplv J. Harold.
11 Garden Lane. f . . u88tw
LET Sefton Bouse, well furnished rooms with
board Yotine St , rear PMkot iTtT-tm
TO LET A CTttajre cm Aloha Lane
Apply J. A.
COR RENT Laree frmt room In private family,
' newly lurnKhed. 169 School sire between Tort
TO LET-Two newly built cottars off
Just above school. Apply to
WILLIAM 5AVIDGE.& I
Llllha St 1
VIDGE, k CO ,
LIOTEL FOR SA'E, rood paying property In
1 neart of towi, long lease, cheap rent Jj,-oo.
Pari cash, part morteajre Inquire at this office
COR SALE--MoJfrn homes on easy terms, $150
tan, jo per monin, appiy r, 11, uurnene, u
king street .
iXHY PAY RENT when vou can buy a comfort
'' ablt home on the remarkabe terms of $i-o
cam, ana io per montn r. 11, nurrette, uroker,
t King street,
SAVE RENT and apply It towards securing a home.
See V II. Burnetii, B oker, js King St
for sale ,On the beach In Kaplolant Park. Title
In fee simple For part'culars address A (arienberi:,
P O. Box it j, or at Crishaum a co , Cor. Queen
ant Kaahumanu Sts "til!"!
COR SALE A Quantity of second-hand era In bags
"rP'y nanaiian tramways 1.0 , I'unaiiou, tliy,
COR SALE Sli lots on Kapahu'u Road, Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
ummm jTty. jujj uuiuing. IIP
COR SALF-At the Ortheum Bar there will be sold
1 Choice Wines. Liquors, Etc . by the e at or
mnn iv jnrratpurg iTCO'im
COR SALE-Bedroom Set and Kl chen Table, al
1 most new, $4$ Apply this office, "SO" 34-tf
FOR SALE $100. Futnlture of 5-roomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO.,
k6 Merchant St.
COR SALE One each H4 and 6 horsepower
Inquire of J Emmelutii, ut King St i?utf
tniiu wtisa KiMustnt jil CMJints. intwi
LOST A bunch of keys, about ten, between Camp
bell Block, fish market. Alalea. and Klntr St.
tn Saturday atttrnoon Suitable reward If returned
10 tnocn Jonnson, iso. t? t-ampbeH Block upstairs,
I OST-Dratt No. 8i In favor of Yokahama Specie
- Bark, amount !jj 00 drawn by Pacific Sugar
Mill Co , has been lost and payment stopped. F. A.
Schaeftr& o n86.1t
LOST -Re J Morocco pocket book containing letters
and papers of no value except to owner. Finder
please leave at office of B S. Gregory & Co , Fort
M opposits Club Stables and receive reward. 8i-w
LOiT Ctrtlflcatt number 341 for Jive shares of
stock In the Pioneer Building and Loan Associa
tion, 14th series, In favor of Mrs K Santos, trustee,
has been lost. All persons are yarned against negot
atlng """ iiiMw
COUND-A Tribune B cycle. Apply at Bulletin.
Office and pay f ,t advertisement ito-iw
Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
The stockbooks of this company will be
closed to transfers from THURSDAY.
MARCH 28th, to MONDAY, APRIL 1st,
H. A. ISENHERG,
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the HONOLULU MARKET
CO, LTD., held at the office of L. Sch
weitzer, 2 Nuuanu St., on Tuesday,
March 26, 1901, at 9 o'clock a.m.
DY THE CASTLE DAY NURShRY.
About five more children are wanted at the
nursery at the nominal charge of
TLN CENTS PER DAY.
Every attention and the most diligent
AT A SPECIAL DIRECTORS MEET
ING of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.,
Ltd., held March 18, iqoi, the following
resolutions were passed i .
1. All delinquent stockholders be noti
fied that If delinquent assessments are not
paid by the first day of April, 1901, a suffi
cient amount of such stock shall be sold to
pay such assessment.
2. The retnaipbxg 50 per cent due on
the assessable stock of this conmanv be
called In monthly asessments of jo per
cent each, beglnnlngiwlth April 15th next.
Said assessment to become delinquent at
the expiration of thirty days from date
called, and subject to sale at auction If not
paid within thirty days after same becomes
delinquent, In accordance with the by-laws
of the company.
m. m. K.UHN,
The Mauna Ala sails for San Francis
co Thursday with a full load of sugar.
PAINT. . .
...READY MIXED FOR USE....
E. O. Hall ,&. Son,
Jas. F. Morgan
n 6S Queea gtrt
1 '. .1
Thursday. March 28
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Old Fish Market Wharf
I will sell at Public Auction for account of
whom It may concern, the hull, masts and
spars of the Bark Topgallant ; also at the
same time and place all the sails, anchors,
chains, 2 boats, ropes, blocks, tackle, refuge-lumber,
ships stores and
1 Donkey Engine and Fjttiogs.
Inventory can now be seen at my sales
room, 65 Queen street.
Jas. F. Morgan,
' ' 1 ,r'vt'
Local photographers expect
a rush of work in consequence
of the law requiring photo
graphs of each applicant.
KING BROS, are well pre
pared to do their share of the
business, having on hand all
necessary supplies, which wire
ordered long ago with this in
Regulations will be strictly
observed, and first' class work
guaranteed to each customer
at lowest price.
Corner Hotel and Union Sts.
From March 15
to March 31
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
, Open .to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS PROM.0:3o
A. M. TO II P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
IN THE BEST
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER 4 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.
FKH 3.ilmnn TTillh., tm.., c...
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carpi Rock'Cod, Sea
iiass, vrawnsn, -raDj, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME.-Turkeys,Gees
r.hlrlfn Otitll PiniMa Daiv u.ii..i
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare', Etc. '
1 SMOKED AtEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
neei, etc. Also sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves Llvej, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Plckley, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, la
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Wain 219.
While putting new fixtures In
your bath-room, at least
AND WAINSCOTING. ,
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke, I
STOCK and BOKD BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS v'
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNfTURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, '
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 2K IT WILL PAY TOU TO
Ui' BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received )y Everys Vessel
at the f
I.X L. Furniture-Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. 1 BO 535. S. W..EDFRER,
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