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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL
, The Only Life Insurance
Company which Invests
in Hawaiian Securities
Ads. in this column will
insertion; IS cents tiro
cents two rcels,and HO cents one month. This is the cheapest ndrertisimj
erer offered the people oj Honolulu.
OTICE TO BUILDERS Th Union Exprets Co.
b WHITfe ANU t-UK MLL IWM
EXPFRICNCEO STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high iped engine,
4rWm potttlon, (Hall tnjlne cirrdaliyi LpgirHwr,
WANTED To Seil Jewfipy ami Watch ls
In Iht Utest styles Watches ralrJ by a
Irwcler ol jj ycari iprlence, G, DlEtZ, t'tS
wuuMu St. iiatt
WANTED Younj ChllJren, any agt, to toari
inJnorM Heitof relWncet Chen "Rm
rt&Mttrrmi." AJJreti "KlnJn " EVtNlNOHU'L-
WANTED Portion a itenoerapher an4 type
rfter. Thoroughly capable. "TH'tUBim"
Sulltlln Office. ito'w
lAANFSE YOUNG COUPLb wants situation, !
Jlin food cook, wife general housework AiJrus
SERA. P O. Bo T4 & j-iw
'ANTED A reliable party to start room and
toarjinc nouse at uottagc urove. r. c. mow i
IIMNTED-Dtlviif, Mtclnnlc, Sllimn nj
Cl.'ki. lo-Jy StlRt Emr1oyin.nl 0(n,
aUgcun llullJIng, ,ltfihnl St.
WANTED-Exrrt tyrrlttr, July, llr t r "
tillvr itjj-ll I
WANTED LlctnuJ M.tci n) S.con.' Mit't lor
iMat ttfameri, Apply to Inttr-ltUni Strjm
Xirtt-atton Co., llj Qut.n Slrrel ht8-II
yOUN'l MN. tlenrcr;lir ind lpwtllr, l
one. A3Jr.il "A N," UutJ.lm Olnct.
ID PAPERS TO CXCH NGE lor clean Cot.
Ion Kc Appslv ftt llull.tm umc. uno-if
"TO LET One, or two rooms, use of bath, verandah
' er. city location, Ladles preferred. Atkinson,1
Mron .ulldlnfc, Merchant St. - -
PR RENT A furnished front-room at No g Gar
ten 1 ane. 1806-tf
FURNISHED front room Siooo month No other
roomers. Vineyard St , near Nuuanu. -i
PDR RENT-Cosy cottase on Klnau St., beUeen
Plflcol and Kreautroku, seven rooms. Including
fclchen and bath, fitted with electric lights. Rent ,
40jo, tnqulft C, R. Collins, King street, near
PR RENT A targe airy furnKhed room for one
or two Kcntlemen, at ci rner of King itret and
tasane Asylum Road. F. htrau h. n8tim
AcOTTAOE TO LET-Slx rooms, (ust off the
Walk Ik t Road ImmeJIate posasslon. Rent
lijoa month. Apply to b, T Pain, Tramway
Stables, Punahou 18 t-iw
A NICELY FURNISHED mosquito p onf room for
rent at qj N, Vineyard St., tit doors Ewa of tht
(Duho lloel. 18 i-.w
"TO LET Furnished rooms, some suitable for two
peopla, reasonable prices Apply tit King St,
TO LET Two large front rooms, eleculc light, hot
I and cold bath, first class Enquire Mrs E. At.
Taylor, yellow house Klnau street Just opposite
Alapa.) street. ifoi-iw
TO LRTComfnrtatlecottaees on the premises of
1 11V Sanltaiy Steam Lamir Co. Ltd., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rwms,
kltfi.cn and wath room, N ext 4 tharjje for hit and
ttf& water and electric lights Rent reasonable. Apa
aly urt the premlws to J. Llahtfo it. trans ger. t,3tf
COR RENT A new four room cottag on Queen
' St. Apply to & Sc human, Meuhant St., bet
jfortand Alakea. it tf
"TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
I board Young St . near PUkol itSt-iit.
TO IET A cottage on Aloha Lane
Arply J. A
COR RENT Large frint room In private family,
i niwly furnished. 164 School street beloeen I orl
awl Eama. "" If
TO LET Two tely built cottagM off Llliha St.,
kisl above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE, fk CO..
GEO. A. MOORE, President
GEO. W. SCOTT, Vice-President S. M. MARKS, Secretary.
M. R. HIGGINS, Second Vice-President and Gen'l Superintendent
T. L. MILLER, Ass't Secretary Wm. O. GOULD, Actuary
W. R. CLUNESS, M. D., Medical Director
WAKEFIELD BAKIiR, Baker & Hamilton
W. K. CLUNESS, Phy.sician
HENRY J. CROCKER, Capitalist
W. EARL, Forwarding and Commiss'n. CHAS. N. FOX, Attorney at
M. R. HIGGINS, Insurance
a v iiiiPMTmi f Manager Anglo-Call-P.
N. LILIbNTHAL.j fomtan Bank, LM
HENRY T. SCOTT, Pr -s Union IronWks.
GEORGE A. MOORE, President ot the Company
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS
O. BOX 7SG PHONE MAIN 34
lYlclnurny Bloclc, Fort Street
he inserted tit lit cents a line one
insertions; ,10 cents one iceek ; .',0
K)H 5 ALL.
A riN9SCCOND-HAND IMANOI (MTE (ery
littlt ueJ can re tn at tht Occidents) otel.
Jai, MwlJan, room ? iBm-tf
TYPEWRITERS Great alavBhter In rrkei. Ab
1 Hd'utely New Manhattan! MoJel "It" al Sytou
eacu, cin r i. n, tunicago, jn t'angrapn.
kecnn.l-h.in J, In firit-cUis condition, tj $m I.
S WebtterCo., t4t Ma4lon St., Chicago, ll'inoli,
U. S A. ifefiw
FOR SALIT A choice resiJei.ee of itlj acres at
Nujanu Me. above Wyllle stree. with comfort
able dwelling hone stable an 4 servini quarters,
For further particulars apfly to I'. E. R. btrauch.
Room t, Campbell Block, atove ist American Na
tlonaljiank. 180 vim
FOR SALE Upright piano In good condition, $t
Call between and t p. tn. at cottage next Queen
FOR SALE A cent It young horse ani cart suit-
Ma InF 1il 14 frail 11 I tw nnttnffif-
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALB
Properly iliuate on JuiJ fttrect, tormt ly oc
cupied ry j. tmmelutri, containing an are, ot n.oj
acres ani having 68? 1 feet Iron act on aalj street.
Property alluatt on tne corner of JuiJ ani Llliha
ttieet , foimerly occupied by the unJerileneJ, con
tilnlni- an area of ri acres anl avlnt;1s8 feet
frontage on JudJ street anl 380 feet frontage on
TyS-m AirKED V. CARTEK.
L10TEL TOR SA'E, good paying property In
14 heart of tow .long leave, cheap rent $3,103.
Partcasi part mortgage Inquire at this office, .
CINE HtSIDHNCEof A.GAHTHNIilfHG
1 for sa'e. On the beach In iCapIo anl I'ark. 1 1tle
In fee simple. For parttcu ara address A Gartenbtrtr.
I. O Uoxefj, or at OMMiAUM A CO , Cor, Queen
and Kaahumanu cts iTf)-im
FOR SALE A quantity of second-hand train bans
App'y Hawalfat Tramways Co., Punahou, City.
FOR SALE-SUtotson Kipahulu Road, Kaltnukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
hmmctt Maj, Judd luild-nfr. ii8jtf
FOR SALE $100. Tutn.tureot 1 -roomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAV1DGC & CO..
rc6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE-One each Hu and 6 horse power
M1ETZ & WEISS KEROSENE OIL ENC1INES, (new)
Inquire ef J. Ewmeiuth. 141 King St mi-H
LOST Hunch of keys on King St., or near Post
office, name on tag Please return to G, Died,
jeweler, ntS NuuantSt and receke reward, o8tw
LOST Check in 1st National Datk of Hawaii, No.
lit for S3 00 payable to W, M.Campbell Issued
by W. S. Withe,. I Inder return to W, S. Withers.
Honest, careful work, lias won
for KING BROS, a host of friends
among those who have kodak finish
ini! to be done.
It is a pleasure to note the satis
faction it gives one who has heen
out limiting with his silent weapon
(tlie kodak), that his efforts were
not In vain.
It lends courage to his future ef
forts when he feels that his films
are in safe hands and will receive
the best of treatment.
Ask anyone who has had work
'done at KING BROS, and you will
I learn something to your advantage.
JAMES CAROLAN, Retired Merchant.
W. H. CROCKER, J PrM CrockerWoolworth
I National Bank
JAS IRVINE, Capitalist
HUGH M- LaRUE, Capitalist
GEO. W. SCOTT, Scott & Van Arsdale
WM. R. SHERWOOD, ShcrwooJ&SherwooJ
Weather Hurenii, Punahou, April 0,
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; .Mlilady maximum. 79.
ll.irometer at 9 n. m. SO.OS, Steady.
Dew Point filP.
Humidity at 9 a. m. OS per cent.
Saturday, Apr! 6.
O & O S S Gaelic, Finch, from San
Am sp Florence, Rider, 20 days from
Slinr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Friday. April 5.
Stmr James M.ikre, Tullett. for Kapaa.
Slmr Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai.
Frjm San Francisco, per O & O S S
Gael'c. April 6-C C Nichols and wife-
A Stead and wile, I I' ate, U wentsei.
Kiom San Francisco, per S. S. So
noma, April 5. V. M. Armstrong, W
A. Ilackhouse. R. I..'Ucckwltb, B. M.
noyd, C. A. Druns, A. lluncman, L.
Uuiinwfl, Miss C. J Carter, Miss V.
A. Clark, D. J, Coleman, wife nnd
child, S. II. Comstock, Mrs. C. I).
Cook and two children. Mrs. Chas. J.
Deorlng, T. K DredKe, wife, threo
clill lrcn and tr.ald, Mrs. N. Eaton,
(Ipn. I). Hear, .Mrs. R. 0. deer. C. P.
Grlriwood and wlfo, Miss V. Hall, (let).
Hammer, Miss Jean Harwood, It. (1
Henderson, Miss H. Hitchcock, J.
Krtdrlck Mosken, C. Irish, Richard
Johnion, Mrs. E. A. Jtidson, Miss C,
Jiulfon, David Lawrence, R. T. Lees,
A. L. I.oulssnn, A, D McDryda nnd
wife. J. U. McCrosson. D. J. McKay,
C. :'. McVelRh. .Miss 13. Meyer, C. H.
Miller. M. I). Monsnrrat, 8. A. Mon-
sariat, Mrs. C. Nichols and child, Miss
1-3. C. PottB, J, P. Rich, Mrs. I.. M.
Robertson, J)r. V. W. Roblco nnd
wirj. Mis. A. W. RodRers, Miss E. M.
Rodgers, N. 8, Sachs nnd wlfo, 'J. V.
Scott nnd wlfo. C. M. Smith and wlfo,
J. O. Smith, wlfo nnd child. Mrs. F. O.
Sodergren, J. S. Spltzcr, IV M. War
ren, H. SI. Whltroy. Jr., Miss E. Wil
son. Join at Honolulu for" Sydney
Mrs, A. C. Alnsworth, Mrs. John Iinr
necon and child, Miss M. narncson,
S. Ilrown, wlfo and child.
The schooner O. M. Kellogg Is on her
way from San Francisco.
I he Mikahala and James Makee got
awiy on time yesterday.
The Sonoma left for the Colonies short
ly after 6 o'clock this morning.
The bark Mohlcin silled from San Fran
cisco f. r this port on March 27.
It Is expected that the steamer China
will make a Hying trip to San Francisco
The transport Login arrived In San
Francisco on the 29th after a long tijp
The na y transport Solace U expected
here from Sjn Francisco about the 25th
Inst. It Is prohable that Captain J. F.
Merry will return In her.
The James Makee and Mikahala left
for ICaual yesterdav at 5 o'clock. On
the Makee with Captain Tullet goes Cap
tain Welsb.md as second mate, while on
the Mikahala with Captain Mosher as
mate and Anderson as second.
There was a very large crowd at the
departure of the Ventura Thursday.
'I he vessel" was full up when she sailed.
Many stowaway were found aboard before
the vessel left the dock and It Is thought
that some mere will be found before the
esel Is long at sea.
During the ne.xt three weeks Honolulu
will be well supplied with news from the
Coast. About six transports will arrive
In that time. The Duford expected here
on Sunday will not arrive until the nth.
The hore transport Arab Is due tojay
or Sunday. The Kllpatrlck Is due about
the 18th and the Logan on or about the
The steamer China which left here on
the 2nd at 6 p. m, was passed bv the
Sonoma at 11:30 p. m. cm the ird. From
this It would appear that the Pacific Mall
llyer had nol been burning much coal as at
11:30 p. m. on the 3rd. she was out but
twenty-nine and a half hours and it took
the Sonoma thirty hours from the time
she passed the China to reach port using
but one engine
Two Blind ConccrtH.
The laud will play tho following se
lections at a concert In Emma Square
this afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock:
Match Ko I.eo Merger
Overture Tancredl Rossini
Duct Excelsior Haifa
Selection Ilellsarlo Donizetti
Waltz Tho Moth Uncko
Mazurka The Imatra Falls ..Franko
"Tho Stnr Spangled Banner."
Sunday afternoon's conceit, begin
ning nt 3 o'clock, wilt be given on tho
Capitol grounds. Tho following pro
gram has been arranged:
The Old Hundred.
Overture Jubilant Flotow
Gloria Twelfth Mass Mozart
Fantasia March Flambeau
Grand Selection Martha Flotow'
Selection Herald Angels neyer
Hullad The Holy City (by re
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Overture Eastern Pettee
The Star Spangled Banner.
Wni'Panta lor Ship Officers.
Warrants will bo Issued this after
noon for the arrest ot Captain Lodcr
gcrn, first mate Stcwnrt and becond
mate Welch ot tho burk Hesperus on
the charge of assault on tho high seas.
The warrants will be Issued by United
Stntes Attorney Uuird. ell says the
ollU-era nbtivo named navo been charg
ed with heating tho sillors nnd the
cabin hoys In a shameful manner,
the ULquhcmcnt shnllu pup fllg fgfgfll
:6ESSLER'5: will refund
ll MAGIC ; the money
I HEADACHES! If they fall
I WAFERS i to cure.
.WAW.W.WAW?: rn 10 cent
las. F. Morgan
11 05 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
J AS., F.MORGAN.
Life, Accident and
E. O. Hall & Son,
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