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7rre tt v,riiMU-iJULLKlTNrH0N0LULUrH.T.7 FRIDATrAPRUj B'TjJiT""
IS ASSURED BY
The potest 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.
Speclnl Attention pnld to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 78. " Laundry, KuwalRlmo St
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITB PREMISES, Hotel St.
W W Brmlm" ww Wmi
rGoocI Gheere .
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A NOTED COLLECTION
Oil and Water Color Paintings
SELECTID WITH GREAT CARU BY
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR
AT THE (IRT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC tWRDV(iRE
PORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition wl'l b; ope.t for about
Mircli 0, under the p:ronal
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and llnlibut.
FOR SALB AT
Don't you know that impure water Is one of the greatest foes
to good health ? How important, then, that your drinking water
should be absolutely pure. All the ills due to impure water can
be avoided and good health insured by the use of a
Every house, hotel, restaurant and store should have one
wlhotit delay. The Pasteur filter is acknowledged the best by the
leading scientists and physicians of the world.
See it in the window
And note the difference between pure and impure water.
A. R. HANCOCK & CO.
8 1 5 Fort Street
-JJ SQ ' - " '
' Axf-yd-sea '
three weeks commencing Saturday,
supervision of Mr. Morris
has Cold Storage.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuann St., Telephone 104
Weather Bureau, .Punnhoii, April G.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 78.
Uarometer nt 9 a. m. 10.13. Steady..
' Dew l'olnt C1K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CI per cent.
Dlamonlil Head Signal Station, April
5. Weather clearj wind 13.
Friday, April 5.
Stmr Hanalel. Pedersen, from Lahalna
Stmr Walileale, I'lltz, from Kami ports.
OSS Sonomj, Van Orterndorp, from
Am 5p W P Grace, Grant, 5) days from
Br bl Cltv of Adelaide, Greenwood, (t
days from Newcastle.
From Lahalna, per stmr Hanalel, April
q Mr and Mrs PjuI Isenberg :r. Or
Peters. Miss H.ijlev, John Richardson,
M Richardson, Jno and Win Richard
son. From Kauai, per stmr Walaleale, April
5-Mr-. M MrVetgh. Mrs W H Strand,
IVlss J Chase, Miss M E Davis.
811 IPPI.NO NOTES.
Pioneer Mill has 35,003 r.irs of sugaron
Navv lip number two Is now ready to
1 here are 6s 100 baes suear awaltlne
shipment on Kauai.
A lira- bojt landlne Is to he constructed
In Navy slip number one.
The Sonoma has a creat manv i.assenc-
ers throuRh for the Culonles.
Tr.e schooner J. H. Bruce from New
cattle Ins arrived at Kainapall.
1 he W. (j. Hall will be In Sunday from
K.iual with full load uf sugar.
The Iwk lllehland Lliht had finished
discharging when the Hanalel left Lalnlna.
The Hanalel from Laln'na this mornlpc
brings 7653 bags of sugar Jor rlack'eld &
The stem of the Walaleale damaged
erne tlm: ag) at Kilauea Is badly In need
of repair J.
The Walaleale brought jtco bags M. S.
Co. sugar for C Brewer i: Co. It goes
into the Himalaya.
The steamer Noeau from Kauai arrlwd
Thursday. She brought 3830 bags sugar
for the Atthur Sewjll.
Two mates with steamer papers arrived
f om Maul this morning to work for the
Ir.t -Isla id Company.
The Hongkong Alsru frr'.m this port ar
rived In Sin Francl-co on the :q!h after a
trip of 5 dayS2i hours and 40 minutes.
The American hlp W. P. Grace and
British fourmasted birkentlne City uf
Adelaide arrived from the Colonies this
The steamer Iwa'ar.l got away for Ha
waii Thursday Cartaln Greene took
her out assisted by Ciptaln Wvtnin of
thr Noeau as ma'e and the second mate ot
The Sonoma Comes
Using One Engine
The steamer Sonoma arrived from San
Francisco this morning. She left on the
joth of March at 4:18 a m. maklne the
run In a little over six days. This time
was because of the bursting of the high
pressure cylinder head when three days
out from San Francisco. After this ac
cident the Sonoma could only use one
engine. During the trip strong N. W.
winds were experienced for first 36 hours
Thence to arrlvnl moderate N. V. winds
wl'h tine weather to port
The Sonoma brings a great many pjs
sengers for this port among them telng
nany old timers returning from trips
ibroad. Among the passengers are Harry
Whitnev. K. M. Boyd. Mrs. tt. C. Geer,
V. T. Monsarrat. J. S. bplter. R. L.
Beckwlth, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Dojge.
David Lawrence. A. L. I.oulsson, D. I.
ttcKav, Mrs. Chas. J. Deering, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Grlmwood, Hon. G D. Gear,
1 he Soncma brings about 290 tons of
general me clundlse besldf s a great quan
tity of cold storage goods.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.
There will be a regular convention of
th above named lodge THIS FRIDAY EVE.
APRIL ;th. at 7:30 p. m.
WORK IN THE 2ND DLGKEE.
Members of Mystic No. 2 and all so
journing Bros. Invited to attend.
1837-it K. of R. k S.
I3X S. S. SONOMA
We have recieved by the
Sonoma (in the refrigerating
rooms; from San Francisco,
the followinc tid-bits. Give
us your order early as the
supply is very limited.
Fresh Green Peas
Smoked and Pickled Eels
1 Red Herrings
(Eastern and Cccktall)
Caineuibert, Ilrie, Nenfclia
tel, Limburger and other
Free dullverlea to all parts of the
HoHton Building, Fort St.
I. O. llox 386 Phones 22, 24. 92
vffif. ' thi tolumn will fa imuttid
FKf unit lint eni mtirHcn; I) timti fur
1 met tit $t to timlt ct VHtk, 40 tintt two utth,
A do tintt ont month. Tin tttbt ebttbtit sdvtr
xiitHf ntr nftnJ tbt ptoptt tf llonnlml.
CUPFRIOR TRAINED NURSE, hthly fecorr
J mtntffJ THerhoneiftSt White.
NOTICE TO DUILPrRS-Th Union Express Co
M WHITE SAND FOR SALE ipU
tlANTFD Youne CMIJren, any e, to Mird
vv n J uure Ht ot rtfe'tnr e Riven "Ren
nnMe terms," fi<M "KlnJn si" EVBMttOBUL
WANTTD Pntltlon as Jtenocrxpner tnl tr
writer. Thoroughly capable, "ni'tu ritiV
llutletln Office. ifin
IAPANPSE VOUNO COUPLE nu .Itu.Uon,
1 ,Min oeJ cnt, wife crnrril housework AJJftu
SEWA. P Q limn !!
ANTtD A relldMe rty "! mam anJ
niauinc nouie an.om uroe f L. Klftit
WANTED- Drtvn,, Vhnlc, Slmtn nnJ
Cl.rkt. tn.Jjv l.l l.mrln.tn.nt flflif
Mieoon PuitJtnc Me chin(t
VW NTED Exfcrl Ivrewtlltr, July. ,flr t p. m.
'rr' to utenoRf.rher, Home of Nfpff.en
lWANTEO I'cnwJ Al.lti an) Secona Malx fot
V l,,:al leamr. rplv to InteMsUnJ Stetm
Navlara'lon Co , I f J Qtin tr.ef 1,,8-lt
WANTFD-WATCHESto retilr by jeweler tU
ycrexprl'Ke. G.D1ETZ, juNrnmnuSt
YOLTVd MAN, ttenoerapher inj tvtewrlter, f
ince AJlrn"A N.' RuIletinOMce
OID PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton R4g Arprtv tl flulMIn Offifw if-t
TO LET One, or two room, us of bath, veraniih
t'c fit trxtllnn, lalleirrffcreJ. Atkinson,
Me''n IlullJInr. Mtrchtini St.
FOR RFNT Afurniftfiei fnrtrpon. at No oCif
Jen I ane. iftnfitf
CURN'IIIED ffnrii riom fro on month No other
. -tuiTr i i"virj -i 111 r mintl"'!.
COR RENT my cotar nn KlnuSt.t tvtcen
1 Pllknt .mJ Keeauiroku. cven room, irduJine
klchen ani bath wui with lr.trle ilt1i(. Ien'
$i.m. rnjuire C. R. Cullln Kinjr uree. neu
Nuusnv i8j- w
PR RtNT A larjje airy furnlshei raom f or ftnr
nrto penilemen, at error fit Klnc ttre t nJ
Inune Aijtua. Ri,aJ. r, Mrau h. iT8?-tm
.OTTAnr TO LFT-SU rtKim. luit off fhe
Wni'oik Ifnal InimJijla rnclrn Dxnt
fioamnm. Apply to b. T rain. Tramay
StiblM, Putahifj 18 t-iw
A NICCI.Y FURNiSHlD morijtop oof room (or
" rent at o N. V'lnvarJ St.. lite door Etta n( the
ytieen Ho'el, 18 t
pO LET Iurnlh4-rooini, noma (ulbible for two
1 pwpi, retsonaMe rrices. Apply ft? Klne at
TO LET two laree front room, clectrk Han, hot
ani MtJ bath. fifl rU Lnlulr Aire E. M.
Taylor, jcllor hout. Kl"aj trret Jut opposite
Alaral 'rrrt ift--
TO LBT-ComfortaM(rottafrt nn the rremie of
Hm Sanlta y Steam LamJr Co., Vi. M arm Ion
ani Sou 1I1 n recti The cottages contain '4 renins,
kitchen and sMth room. N 1 rxtri. charrc for hit ani
(oil waier ani electric HeM, Rent reasnnaMi, Ap
ply 01 the premises to j, LlMfit manager. tA-it
COR RENT A new foLr room rotiagt onQjeen
1 st. pply to (i. Schjman, Merchant St., bit
Fort an J Alikea it tf
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
bond Younrt .rear PilVol nfl?-im
TO tET Acorapeon Alnlu Lane
Arrlv J. A,
COR RENT Larce frrtroom tn private family
. p,y twnlshei. ifg School ittvet brtwtcn foil
TO LET-TWO newly built cottars off Llllhs St.
1 lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAV1DGE. h CO..
A TINE SECOND-HAND PIAS'OrORTK (tety
llttU uscd)can besem at the, Occidental ocf.
Jas. Sheridan room ? t85lf
TYPEWRITERS-Oreat slaughter In prices. Ah.
io'utel New Manhattans Mnid "It at J".
each, cash T O. (I. Chicago. No a OalUraphs,
seconj-nanj, in iirstcixss conJKion, 5r t f i I
S WtterUo.t hi Madison it., Chlcaito.ll'lnols,
PR SALE A choice resUerca of uH acres at
Nuuanu Ave, above Wyllle street, with comfort
able dei in (r house, s'ab'e and strvjnt quarters.
hr further particulars apflv to 1. E. R. Strauch
Room 8, Campbell block, above 1st American Na
tions! Bank. iftn-im
COI SALE Upright rlano tn good condition $m
l Call tetn and ? p, m. at cot t ace next Ouetn
FOR SALE A rntle oung horse and cart suit
able for a lady. Address R Law, postonice
r.jmi:NCU propi:kty kor sale
I'frertv ft ate on Judi street, forme lv nt
cupiej py j Lmmiiuui, containing an area ot fc.oj
acres and ha1ng63 feffron age nn said stmt
Prorertir sluate on the corner of Judd and LI It hi
street , formerly cccuplcd by the underslsned, con
taining; an area of .,w acres and talngi;S fret
fmntige on Judd street and j8o et frontage tn
t8-im ALFRED W. CARTER
L10TEL HOW SA' E pood paying pmprty in
1 can in (own, luuu iiate, tuvap rrm, j,to3.
Part cash part mortgage lriuire at this office
fr sole On tne bea.h In Kaplolanl Park. 1 Itle
In fee simple, I or part'eu ars address A (tartenbert?.
r O. Hot jij, or at GkiMMUU A co . Cor. Queen
nj ismiimrnjnu -i IfrS'
COP SAth A quantity of second-hand sraln bags
1 pp'y Haal(ai Tramways Co., Pu nation, City,
COR SALE-Slxlotson ICpahj'u Road, Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmeP May, Juld nuilJing. il-tf
COR SALE Jaoo. Futnitureof -roomedcottagt
near .own, wnn privilege 01 renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDHE c CO.,
6 Merchant St.
COR SALE One eafh s-4 and 6 horsepower
MIETZ & WEISS KEROSENP OIL ENQINCS, (new)
inquiraoi j. LMMELUiH. ut Kingst. itjih!
I OST Checkf nist Natlnnjl naib nf It.wall Nn
L- nt for $8 ,co payable to W, M. Campbell. Issued
by W. S. Wlihe. a. I In Je r return to W, S. Withers.
SONOMA BRINGS MACHINISTS,
Six machinists ramo In the Sonoma
to take jiosltlona In tha raacliliui shops,
vacated some time ago by a walkout of
tho members or the local .Machinists'
Union. Mr. Iledemann enld to a Ilul-
letln reporter this morning: "We
have received a letter from Mr. Ken
nedy ut San Francisco saying that he
has hired a number of machinists who
will come- on early boats. As to trou.
ble with tho old men, we anticipate
uono whatever, Tho etrllte has not
crippled us so much but that we are
able to do all repair work that come.
In, We have been compelled, however,
to lay asldo about $100,000 worth ot
orders for new machinery for planta
tions. We expect to get men from th
Coast to do this work, but, If wo can
not get them, we will have the ma
chinery made In tho East. It means a
financial loss to us, but wo propose to
keep faith with our customers,"
tin?, Stelncp llntt Suspicions.
.In'mes Stclner Is still very much
mystlflcd and Indignant over tho sur
leptltlous removal of the curbing In
front of tho KHto building. Tho clov
er trick or plcco or vandalism, ns Stein-
cr calls It, was performed between 1'
and 3 o'clock yesterday morning, 'The
men who did the work, borrowed tools
of tho night wntchman on the premi
ses of tho Young block.
Mr. Stelner suspects ccrtnln govern
ment ohlclals In the Department ot
Public Works. Ho has put the matter
In the hands ot the police.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 05 Queen Street
BRICK BUILDING ON
Ilv order of the Honolulu Iron Wo-ks. I
will sell at Public Auction at my sales
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
The lease of 2 Stores In the 2 story brick
Duiuing on Nine street, near Nuuanu at.
Each store hasafrontieeo(2Sfeeton King
street and a depth of 60 feet with a large
roomy 2nd story of the same dimensions.
There Is a back yard for each store from 18
feet to 22 feet deep. A 12 foot lane gives
entrance to the rear of the building. The
stores will be sold with the options of
taking one or two at an upset price of Jtw
ea'lt per month.
Lease will be to February 24, 1918. For
further particulars as to terms of lease,
etc., apply at my office where a map can
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON PROSPECT STREET.
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction a fine piece of pro
perty on Prospect St.
Frontage of if 8 75 feet on Prospect St.,
170 feet on Walklkl boundary, 110 feet a
rear. 183 feet on Ewa side.
Contains 2j.6)i squire feet. Lot Is
sufficient size to divide into 3 fine lots.
1,500 can remain on mortgage at 7 per
cent, neauny situation commanding an
Further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
A fujl line of HAWAIIAN VIGWS.
Shrineri are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
Teacher of " ittr, Mandolin, Zltbe
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Order to be left cere ot Wall, Niohou
0 '(.wtrnm Mnota fin ' t
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The person who out a white mare, blind
, . , n . ; ' :
in one eye, in mrs. r. meuman's pasture
last July can have same bv navln? n.istnr-
age and advertising by calling at Manoa
nana) anytime witnin ten davs.
tfoviw H. DINKLAGE.
PAPERS FILED IN COURT.
llond of 425,000 was filed In tho Clr-
cult Court yesterday by Oeorgo H, Car
ter as trustee under tho deed of trust
made by James and Uwlnl Auld, his
wife, to Alexander J. Cartwrlght, dated
January 29, 1876.
The will nf Geroldo Undo was admit
ted to probate yesterdav, with John 9.
Axovcdo executor under bond of $1000,
Petition In assumpsit wns filed yes
terday by tho Honolulu Stock Yards
Company, suing Samuel Parker on a
promissory noto dated December 7,
1B0O, for $752.30 and Interest.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
COME HARLY AND AVOID
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pnrll nnd V.il Th Ctn,..li.l ,. f
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. Ws
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
KIOJ. Q.lmnn irllk., -r.. C...
Sole, Smelt, Slisd, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
u.133, iawiiMi, wraps, etc.
1-uui.iki AiNuuA.ne 1 umeys,' ieesa
P.n!rUn Oiifill Pini.i. Ril Mali.....
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc. '
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
nm, cig. iso awe.-i Bread, nralns,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
miTTrn. Peru. ni.. pim. ru....
chow, Sauer KrauLApplts, Pears. Grapes
Potatoes, 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 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 YOUR TURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE K. IT WILL PAY YOU TO
,'l BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Ves3
i AT THE
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. 1 BO 535. S, W LEDERER,
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