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EVnNINO BULLETIN,-HONOLULU, H.'T.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL St, tDOl, .
a -A ' n
IS AS5URED BY
f-Tkc Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fuljy
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
I , DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
, Delicate Materials,
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Alain 78. Laundry, Kawalahao St.
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREAUSES, Hotel St.
" I f)i-yG-seu
; tnri F.ntertaintneiUK-.
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For thirrtr throates.
Wl - - l I t
eary fieaddes. rZ
Stunning Trimmed Hats
The M. E. KILLEAN'S CO'S hats have become
famous through their smart stvles, the elegant ma
terials lhat a ealwiysuseJ on them, tnrough their
. becomlngness and their extraordinarily low prices,
A Little Glove Talk
Th: fitting of the hand Is an art an accomplishment our salespjople
haw mistered. Regarding the Gloves themselves the best on erth
are no: better, and no prices representing so much glove value are ever
quoted elsewhere in Honolulu.
TUB M. B. KILLEAN CO., Ltd., Hotel St.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Don't you know that impure water is one of the greatest foes
to good health f 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
wihout 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 &
3 1 5 Fort Street
Weather Bureau, Pnnahou, April 24.
Temperature Morning minimum,
6S; Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer nt 0 a. m. 30.00. Steady.
Dew Point GIF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
24. Weather clear; wind SW.
Tuesday, April a).
OSS Sierra, Houdlette, from the Colo
Stmr Nilhau, Thompson, from Kllauea,
Wednesday, April 24.
OSS Ventura, Hayward, from San
Francisco. ' '
Stmr.Jamrs Makee, Tullett, from Kauai.
StmrMlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai.
Stmr Maul, Sach. from Hawaii ports.
Am schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow, 2
days from Pott Gamble.
Tuesday, April 2).
Am s:hr Wawona, Isaacson, for the
Am schr Mary E Foster, Thompson, for
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports.
Stmr Mokolll, Napata, for Lahalna and
Schr Golden Gate, W Mason, for Lahal
na and Kahulul.
StmrVV G Hall, Thompson, for Kauil.
Schr Alice Kimball, T Mason, for Kaa
napall and Lahalna.
Weinesdav, April 24.
OSS Sierra. Houdlette. for San Fran
Stmr J A Cummins. Searle. for Koo-
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
OSS Ventura. Havwird. for the Colo
nies at 6 p m.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Kauai ports at
Chi. KM iI.ai. FU.... .. (it. Va.n.n.
aum milliiu, I iiuiiijii, iui fta.Jiiui.iii,
Lahalna and Punaluu at 3 p m.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee,
April 24 G W Havselden, Ah Lee, wife
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, April
24 Mrs H C Mossman, child and nurse,
John Fassoth, Mrs Kalakanakau and 3
From tho Colonies, nor . S. S. Sier
ra. April S3. Dr. A. Marques. John M.
Fuller, Dr. E. Haenel and wife, OuBtav
IlaencI, .Mrs. E. A. Urannm, w. 11,
Smith, R. L. Masnn and wife, Mrs. L.
Falke, Miss T, Taroa,- Miss Ripley,
Miss Rachel Falke, A. I). Craig, Geo.
Darrell, J. H. Oourlle and wife.
From San Francisco, OSS Ventura,
Antll 24 Geo C Board man. wife, child
and nurse, Wm Douglas, A C Getir, J A
Hass'nger, C F Herrlck, wile and child,
L Inge sjII. A H Irwlng, J A Maud, O J
Moseley, Mrs L R Rogers and child, Mrs
Shaughnessy and child; J E Stewart and
wife, W H Babbitt, Thos Fitch ana wife,
H B Gehr. W J Haves. Ben Holladay.
Mrs V G Irwin, E V Kelthlev and wife,
T P McLoughlln. E H Paris, C F Rupell,
P M Spencer, W A Vanter, J E Llndsey,
A E Bailey and wife, Mrs J H Cocoran. J
M Fleming, M G Goss, Miss A Held, M rs
H D Hotchklss, Mrs E M Loebensteln, E
C Mellor, F J Polley, N A Sager, C N
Sreers, Misses F M Wetinon, Ethel C
Fitch, L C Carlisle and wife. Mrs J II
Craig and 2 chllJrm, H Fecks and wife,
H S Harkness, C B Henderson and wife,
YUss M O Hotchklss. Miss Irwin. Sheldon
Mauth. C F Michaels. R I Randolph. Mr
Schmidt, R E Stan and child, Samuel Jac
ques, Lee Luts, Mrs N Nagle, Wm llanley,
ijuy Doyle, J f Hopper, Herman Kruger,
1 11 iwyatt, u s Stevens, wire anil cnua.
John Thompson, Mrs G Grose, Miss L
Hopper, Mrs Linasay ana 2 cmiaren, u t
Nagle, Geo Krog, V Dequols, Misses H H
Guild, M S Guild, S A Guild, E H Nagle,
Mrs A J Wlrtz, T Saltaformaggls, M
Delta, and the Josephine Stant n Opera
Co. consisting of Misses Josephine Stan
ton, Ada Morrison, Clio Vermon, Blanch
Gale, Bertha Nllsson, A lace Ward, Cathe
rine Goodrich, Gerirude Norenberg, Clara
Wisdom, Estelle Llherh, Ethel Harvey,
MammlebeltacK; Messrs ueo Lydlng, b
Orlard, Geo Kunkel, Paul Egrey, Geo
Best, Carl Formes Jr. John Lanion, John
De Lacy, W H Fullwood. Arthur C Pell,
r Kenworthv. Henrv Hallam. Henrv
Cameron, J Clarence Harvey and Charles
For San Francisco, per Sierra. April
24 D.C.Lindsay, L.von Tempsky, wife
nnd 2 children, J. Flower, C. F, Scholl
and wlfo, Hcrber. D. Walter, Miss L.
E. Wilcox, P. Schneider, H. Watcr
houso and wife. Miss O. G. Longa-
bauch, L. Q. Dees, Mrs. D. D. Taylor,
Miss Taylor, N. Schofleld, J. L. Dar
ker, wife and 2 daughters, Mrs. W.
Poinsett, Wm. J. Nead and wife. Dr.
F. L. Miner, Henry Eickoff, II. Har
rison, L. Burrows, C. B. Irish, W. A.
Backhouse, Clarence M. Smith and
wlfo, R. T. Lees, W. W. Robles, Mrs.
Campbell, Dr. Herbert, wife and 2
children, Mrs. Carmlchael and child,
Mrs. C. D. Green, Miss Clyne, Miss
L. L. Burdlck, R. N. Fowler, wife and
2 children, Geo. Turner, Mr. McCoy,
O. W, Galr, W. F. Bradley. Mrs. G. S.
Adams, Miss J L. Galr, W. T. Bradley,
Mrs. G. S. Adams. Cape. W. T. C. Ren
nle, J. Gavin and wife, T, Dorhman,
Jr., W. Bogcn, Dr. Bunnell, J. T. Cheet
ham, Jerome Fisher nnd wife, N. F.
Kennedy and vwlfe, James Nelson,
Henry Wolff, Capt, Matson Und wife,
F, A. Gartner and wife, W. Gartner,
Miss M. N. Newton, C. A. Bruns, Mrs.
CuBhing, Miss Davison, Mrs. Ordway,
Miss Blank, Seeley Sbaw, Mrs. Wood,
Miss A. Phillips, F. Benson. E. B. Mc
Clannhin, and wife, S. L. Rumsey, II.
R. Packer. J, K. Souther, Miss M. New
ton, II. W. Johnson, Major Ennls.
" SHIPPING NOTES.
The H.inalel with 15000 bags sugar will
be.ln from Kauai In the morning.
The Walaleate will be In fQm Kauai in
the morning with full load of sugtr.
The steamer Kalulanl Is expected this
evening with a full load of Kukaiau sugar.
The schooner t'annle Adele will bring
about 4100 bags ef K. P. suga' from Kauai.
The steamer Hawaiian will sail from
San Francisco for this port on the 25th
- The steamer Mokolll towed the Alice
Kimball nd Golden G ite to sea last even
ing In tandem.
The transport Ohio which sailed from
San Francisco on the 16th Is due here to
morrow. She has no troops and supplies
The Mason boy? have been put In com
mand of the Golden Gate ani Alice Kim
ball. Bill has the former and Tom the
The Claudlne Is expected this evening
from Hawaii. She will leave Friday at 5
p. m. on the new ten days schedule for the
The Maul from Hawaii ports this morn
ing brought 126:0 bag Papaloa sugtr for
Davles tt Co. nnd 1250 bags of Paauhau
sugar for W. G. Irwin.
Tli transport Thyra from San Francisco
with the s'ock returned bv the disabled
Arab will arrive here tomorrow or next
dry she sailed from San Francisco on the
The following vessels arrived at Sin
Francisco en the 16th from Honolulu: Ma
una Ala, 20 davsi Irmgird, 21 days. The
Agate 71 days fiom Eleele aisa arrived ou
the same day.
The transport Thomas was due to sail
from Sin Francisco on the 20th. She Is
taking the place of the Warren w dch was
not ready. The Warren will sail abou
the 151I1 Inst.
Tho following cargo for this port
arrived in tho Sierra from the Colo
nies, ri23 carcases mutton, 100 cases
whisky, 6 cases show cards, 1 case
saddlery, 100 cases Arabic Cooling
Composition, G bulls, 280 cases onions
and S cases cheese.
Jfj. it H ttlmmn uill If intttttl
tttt Itnt em tmurnon: 1C ttntt tw
inuttiru f "'( "' , 40 ttntt two wttk
rut M itntt 1 mr.lbt Hit itlbi tttifieit Jtt
WANTED to loin fioo nn oo4 curlty ni rooJ
mrret Inutn? it ihU ofn, i8niw
NOTICE G.Oiti tMNuujntiStlec'fr,lllkffp
apn hr Iter until 6 rt'cltck In orJr tMt
Iho who wrtrk imt I mi tii t a cfc.tnce 1 1 f hlra.
Uv' BJkgf BulM'ng. Hum
DR1VAT6 NUPStNCj AND BOARDINtl HOME
ChiM tn M car J for. tnv
Vinson. Migr) n DjilJIng M-n,tunt St
vtu ii?iii?ij nnAHTM
" pll H )t botp lor lunch ni dinner and
tho PMt t? ikmf 'n t wn r ty tw totinj it SIO'S
UUNCH WO O.MS Kint; fttrett, t-fyond
Nuum 1 . i8ivtf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Eiprm Co
tt WHITF SAND FOP SALE' tMf
WANTED At Intfllit-t, trtrenk" an! rrMiMt
S'Kitmff iBnt MuV com hlffhly fecom
mrndM (nurince mnn preferreJ. Term moit
llbrri' Sliv irJ ctiritnn Afftv '" pmhwi.
TMT HAWAIIAN REALTV AND MATURITY
Ufutm No t. over Civ! & Cooki't. Hontlutu.
T II i?tiw
W'ANT6DAn nratl ti KooJlkr. Cumi
ojv t rieit oirt Arrlv at 1U Fort tret
betwtwi tt ,fii u o clotk. i8tf
WANTED-Apislttonhy 4 youre man exr'lnVJ
in rinf rj) mtrct intif bu'Bp ur rtnt'i furn
UhlnjiAlirMtK O Bi ?J itii
1ANTED I Jll ind cemltmn t-r IntroJuce th
W "hfirt iltif onitti. tit. Uhlfe'l Electric
Com'j. pintl 1841 Agmtt art ctlnlne monc.
Cofts ill form of scilp Jllfnts, haiichs, etc
vet 01M the iirve a an Atdinr ctmb. Send oc In
amp for si-ip! D. N. Rot, Gin, Mgt Deca
rur. III . iSiQ'im
WANTED-B )0keftrt Herks. DrKers and Can
' vairs, taUry inJ
tkinim, wnom biock.
omnltsfon to huillrrs.
Merchant and AUkei St.
mm Wtc uarrt!, 'art ji flt,
U ANT ED-A (tlrt t - tib cjr nf two children anj
"" b-urd at home. Wafts ft 09 per week. Call,
C. Lt. Gfr. J83
beat furn I she J rooms In
iim bmlnei Mftlon. at the
NEW ERA HOTEL, Fort street, above Vineyard.
Terms rejf mblt, ipecltt with permanent lodgers.
1ANTED To rent the !
vv Hon lUlu, not f r Inir
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thorituthly familiar witti Men speed engines,
dulrf pMttion (Ball entires tspeclall) Engineer,
Bulletin Cfftc ' 18 3tf
MuhIc top Wnllukii
Walluku, April 20, Jnuijuin Onrcla's
wichcatru nt stringed limtrumvnts ruvu
tao ncconil of their o'n nlr concerts
In tho Wulliikii churclijruril last Tucs
Oaj tivcning. The program for thu
ttenlnK niiitiilnt'd numn nf thu inuikal
jilmeii lij- Icudlnir linndinnitcrs. Vocal
aiuito wan ! Interspited, Tho nven.
Sug via passed very pliasantly,
IUi7 , I-'ilck. foiiucrly with Curnti'
K iniitiii'ltiHK aneiiier wb iivm
IX)N'T IllIY YOUK FURNITURE ON
TUB INbTALLMLNT PLAN,
ANDSAVIi ' IT VILI. PAY YOU TC
t0"'l ItUY I OK CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Purnlturc Store
P. ') HO 5)J. S,W 1,1 1)1 III H,
LOOK OUT IGNORANCE.
Considerable Impatlcnro of being felt
by the local hackmen, over tho Incom'
potency of Rowell's protego at the Dla'
mond Head lookout station. One prom'
Inent hnckmnn unburdened himself
yesterday and said: -
"Things havo gone Just about tar
enough. Wo hackmen arc getting Into
all kinds of trouble every day. Wo en
gage to take a party down to, say the
Ventura. She was telephoned this
morning. Wo go down with our party
only to find that tho steamer turns out
to bo a transport. Necessarily our
customers feel hot, and wo get Jumped
on. Why. that man could not even
tell how many smokestacks tho steam
er had this morning, and awhile back
ho reported thot the Klnnu was off the
harbor. The Klnau turned out to bo
SIMPLICITY OF SCIENCE.
Sclcnco Is always simple. It'n only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medtcai treatment of tho past dealt
with "simplca," the puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature. Sagwa
Is compounded of simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It is scientific, because
jt Is based on tho known curative pro
perties of the herbs, roots, barks and
gums which1 It contains. It Is the
most efficient blood purifier and btood
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases are curablo by tho prompt
and proper use of Sagwa. It expels
from the blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements and builds up a new
body with new blood. There Is no
substitute for Ktckapoo Indian Sag
wa. Ilobron Drug Co., agents for the
Kickapoo Indian Remedies.
WANTED-To Sell Jewbirv ami Watches
in tr. Iit.1 itvltt W.tjtiti rep.lrel bv .
twtltr nt ) ytirs .tperltiue.
IIMNTEDExptft tvo,rltr. dtltv. .fltr.p.m
vv Applf to tterognphtr, Hous. ol ReprtHn-
WANTED Llc.nxi Mitet in StconJ Mt for
locil f'tixtrt. Apply to Intr.hlanJ Stm
Pt IVlttOn t0. LM. VUWl JtTffT. ITT
Columbia, Cleveland and Ramblers, of course, the
most popular wheels on earth. We sold 75 during
March, an J 'up to the l8th have sold 03 for April.
Have you seen our new toot : :::::::
Mob Coaster Brake Colombia Chainlcss?
If not, call In and examine one, It won't cost you
anything to do that and It will mean a sale for us,
for you will want one,
Not only bicycles but all kinds of
SPORTING - GOODS
: : : at : : :
E. . HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Cup. Port nnd Klnjj St.
Jas. F. Morgan
II- 85 Queen 8trol
YOUNG MAN, stenographer nd tvttwrlttr, at
on:x. Addrtss "A N ' Bultetm Offict.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE for clean Cot
ton Rig i Apprly at Bulletin Office i-tf
FOR SALE Sin lots on Kapahuiu Road, Kaltfit-M
Trict, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emrneti Md. JuJd luttdiRg i8-lf
FOR SALE A gentleman s road hfggy, rtrttar tires,
canotivtoe. PractlCJllvttvani In tirttcl.airder.
COR SALE Shaw rates 6 inj S feet long Metal
i vjI trnnti Kinr Hn in Hotel St. tlii.tf
riNfc SECOND-HAND PIANOFORTE (very
v ll'titiil anbtsecnattht Occidental Motel.
JasShen lanr)m ?. i8ostf
FOR SALE A chnce retldenca of i4 acres at
Nuuanu Ave above Wyllle trt. with Comfort
tit dreiin house subte and servant quarters.
rot runner pimcuuM appiy 10 r. l. k airiucn,
Room i. Campbell Blxk,
ibove tst Amer'can Na
I MAGIC ; headaches
I WAFERS 3j dressing.
tfvWW.WWMfc: to -u ii .!-
DU W.J GtLBRAITH WILL TAKE
charKe of my pr.ictlce during mv absence
DU. F. L. MINER.
On nnd after Atay t, hjoi, Dr. W. J
Galbralth will occunv the ullice and re.l-
d,te of Dr. I (.. Hiner, comer of He te
tania and Union strte's.
G. A. It. Attention.
All members of Oeo. W. I)e Long Post
are reiiuntrd In mrtt nt their lull on
'I liur.J.ty at njo tlimp, for Hie purport uf
illfiiJIiU! the fiintr.il of our l.ilr Cnmrude,
J. N. Wrlr,lit.
J, N. PHANCIS, AJjI. i8a)-il
VDNTURA'8 FAST RUN.
Tho steamer Sierra which arrived
yesterday from the Colonies made a
very fast run. She left this morning
crouded with passengers for San Fran
cisco. Tho coming of the Ventura tbls
morning made three ocean steamers of
one company In Honolulu harbor at tht
same time for the first time in the his
tory of the city. It was quite a day for
the agents of the Oceanic Steamship
Dyke Denies It.
Principal Dyke of Kamehameha
school says that he does not object to
the boys of his school taking part in
athletic events, and tlisy are now glv
Ing more time to sports than ever be
.tore In the history of vha school. Mr.
Dyke denies tho statement published
in yesterday's Bulletin, that was ob
talned from a member at his faculty.
No More Dread
of Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY .WITHOUT PAIN bv our late
s lentlfk method applied 'to the gums.- No
sleep-! reducing agents or cocali.e.
These ate the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears. W Tl OUT TIIELEST PAIN
All wotlc done by GKADUATED DLNTISTS
of from tl'to 20 vears' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FHEB EXAMINATION
8et Teeth fi5 OO
GolilCrownH $5 00
Gold Filling $100
Silver I'llllndH COc
Our n.ime alone will be a gu.ir.intee that
your woik will p oi ui$ pct.
New York Denial Parlors,
MtjOM 4, till IH'lllHNfl,
UMKS IN AlTBNIMNCti.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY TOR SALE
ly-perry in.i( on udi street, tormtlyoc
co'lfl tvJ i Emmelutrv containing an Area of 6.oj
aci and fuv'nifcl? i feet fron aire on uld street.
rroperty situate oti tnt corner ctjujj anj Liimt
t tet formerlr occupied by the undersigned, con
tMn'ne jn mi nf , acres and having 153 feet
fr njg un Juid street and V feet frontagt on
iTo8-tm ALFRED W. CARTER.
HOTEL FOR SA'E. goo4 palng property In
heirtof towi, long lejst, cheap rent. $t
Part cash part mortgage Irulre at this office.
Futnltur. ol .ro.mJ cott.2.
n.ir fawn, with crlvll... nf rtntl
WILLIAM 9AVIUUC Al I.KJ.,
k6 Mtrchant St.
I have for sale a fine parcel of land In
Nuuanu Valley, opposite the residence of
Property Is situated on the Ewa side of
the valley and has a frontage of joG ft. on
Nuuanu Avenue, and a depth of frm 205
to i6 ft. containing 2 56-ico acres. Lot
Is fenced and Water-pipes laid throughout
This elegant property is for sale at a bar
For price and further particulars apply
Jas. F. Morgan,
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Sturreon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, urawlish, Crabs, btc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkevs.Geesa
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams. Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
ueet, btc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small, Id
Hardly a thing that you could wish fcr
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Viain 219.
Hawaiian Opera House
Night, APRIL SSth.
SALE One ta'h tW-i and 6 horsepower
MIBT2 & WEISS KEROSeNB OIL E NOISES, (newt
Inquire of J Emwehjtm, u King St. i?tt-tf
COR RENT-Furnished rooms,
to;o Richard Hret.
FOR LFASE Valuable ftct of property on Queen
near JMaunakea strt-ct. containing 8 fit square feet,
i-or runner par-
fir a lonr tera of years It d?tlrtJ
ncuiars appiy ci n. u. viua,
m-tw Qto nuuinu tirvei,
TO LET Furnished premises, corner Bingham and
Artesljn Sis. Ore yea r more. Atplv to A.
w, rieecn, comer Alien anj Miiuea sis., tspianaae,
FDIC RENT-A new six room cottage on Insane
Asyl mroid Sit io per month f. Slriuch,
room )9, Campbell Block, above J irst National Bank,
"TO LET Room and board In modern new house at
Wa kikl nar beach and car line. Private fam
ily Room large and col w.thwry large clothes
clotets. pptv this office ilslf
TO LET Rooms and bojrd, frlva'e family.
quire, Wr. A. L. king, florist. I urtbt. n)u
COR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Imorovements. Two mluits walk I rom Tram
way. Inquire the M'nt or Fjvor'te Ssloon to tf
TO LET House with table b'ard on Rerelanla St
I Msqull proof. Furniture chiap (all nw) Lcae
irr nve years, v.n AtKinson, ma goon uuiuing,
FOR RENT Cottage at Walklkl, pertly furnished.
Six rooms and bith with modern conveniences.'
Beech frontage, Will rent for ore ear to deslr-
arie lenant neniai o, per mantn AJJress - i.ifi
lord" I. O. Box 6qt, Citv ilwu
TO LET-lit month, house, set en rooms, mosquito
' proof, stables, servants' Quarters. Puunul. Ad
dress W.B.'' bulletin iIiqmw
TO LET Room and board In private fimt'y In cent'
1 ral location, pply at ttq chool ft. beteen
Fort end Emma issi-tf
PR RENT-Sx room Cottage at Walklkl Wert
Si) per month. Inquire of L. W. Merrill, ofnee
Lincoln Block. urstjlra iBtvll
PM SUNT A neat and comfortable ottage, nine
rooms. Including kitchen and large servanV
room. Fine bath, stablei ahd carriage hed. Fruit
trees. Fine garden. Partly fjrnlshed. At Mana
Valley, (jood road all the way. Address "Manoa"
P.O. Box 4i. i8i4-sw
rO LET Seftrn Hou, well furnished rooms with
board. Young St , rear Piikoi iBtjtm
FR RENT-My residence at the Pr nlnsu'a wilt be
for rent for three months to a desirable tenant.
House furrlshed throughout Can move In at once
i.. w. ivuctariene, at wasncgion Lignt umce.
TO LET Furnished rooms, most desirable location
In the city Ba'h. electric lights, private en
trance tst Lunalllo between Alapal amd Hackle Id,
COR RENT A furnished front-room at No o Oar
den tane. iV6-tf
r-n nrUf -... ....-. - ii... c. ...
I Pilkol and Keeaumuku, seven rooms. Including
klchen and baih. fitted with electric lights, Kent
Sm.oo. Enquire C K, Collins, King stree. near
COR RtNT A Urge airy furnished room for one
or two gentlemen, at crrer nt King tire t and
Insane Asylum Wt ad. F. fitrau'h. iiB;-'m
TO LEr-Comfurtable cottaves un the premises of
the Sanlta y Steam Laundry Co., Lu. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 roms.
kitchen and fath room. N extra charge for hot and
cold water and eleitnc HgMs, Rent reasonable, Ap
ply on the premises lo J UlhlloM, managrr, cSff
CUH KtM-A new four room cottage unQuein
1 st. rrly lu U. Schuman, Merchant St., bel
Fort and Makes n tf
TO LfcT Afctta?eon Alt-tia Lane Arrlv J. A,
TO LLT-Tho nety built vJtiiM off LUHil Si
I lust above schnol. Apply to
Mllt AM SAVItXir, tt cu .
I OST-I'tr ifgi.U
'Iwmed sPn lades kome litre
rln uctutnui nutil, lixi and Unrtinli
Sis fin'er please refuin (!?! IlrreiinlaM net'
Ljlv leiMuieni. reeUe feyard. UtHiw
t OST A filter Weliham ualtli. somtwltefe urj
I Linme, Un'un vt I oil siicfis, NtimUr tn cie
fulfil. in tturks iilsw lliiitr pleat nrin lo
llullelln ufiice, end itfrUe teward
The MulltUn, 70 cinU pur month.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have for sale two lots on King
street oppoatte tho residence of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot has a frontago
on King street of CO feet and a depth
of 120 feet. These will be sold at I17S0
JAS. P. MORGAN,
CS Queen street
By order of the Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
First Judie of the Circuit Court of the tst
Judicial Circuit of the Territory of Ha
waii, I shall expose for sale at public auc
SATURDAY, MAY 11th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
at the salesroom of James F. Morgan, 65
Queen St., Honolulu, to the highest bidder
for cash, he following described Icasehol J
cf valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
two story frame dwelling house, formerly
the residence of te late Mr, James Dodd,
fronting on the ew beach road and the
sea shore, a little on the town side of .Mr.
John Ena's place, the lease of which has
4i ears to run from, September I St., 1001,
I he annual rental Is 7287 so, payable
seml'annua'ly In advance and Is ptld to
September tst iqoi. The building Is
InsureJ to the 8tn of Agust, 1002, the
w.ilrr rates palJ to July 1st, iqoi, V
Terms of the rale c.ish, U. S. gold coin.
All expenses of deeds, tUmps, expenses of
transfer, and taxes of 4o,oofor iqoi. at
t lie rxpmse of the purchaser, Sale subject
tucuniirniatloii by (he Ci ml,
For further Information applv to the
undersigned, or to JAS, I', MOHGAx,
Uxecutor of the will uf James DoJJ,
Honolulu, April l, looi. tji4t J
PRESENTING MUSICAL. COMEDYr
AND COMIC OPERA.
THURSDAY AND SATDRDAY NIGHTS
APRIL as AND 37 ,
The Tuneful Musical Comedy
" DORCAS "
An Excellent Cast of Principals, and
Repertoire of Comic Operas during second
weeK, commencing Tuesday, April 30th.
Prices, 59c, $M, $1.59
Reserved Seats now on sale at Wall,
Nichols & Co.
Men Yon Waqtaig
BINQ UP THE. ..
C - I. U - B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FORT BTREKT.
Stable 'Phono, 477
Hmek Rtand 'Phones, 810 and Tf
O. H BELL3HA.
Drays for Freljlht
Pur representative meets all Incoming
'teamers from the Coast nd we checv
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
WWU mi Black Sud For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86. .
W. LXRSEN. M'f'f.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Hlack Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
t'r Dump CutU furnished by the dij
n lloui't Notice
II, It HITCHCOCK
rjuren Si,, D), Union I'ttJ Co, Tl:l. 3';
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