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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, jr. .T., TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1901.
1 3. ' ' '
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.
Special Attention pnfd to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PKE.MISES. Hotel St.
'" ' f)sf-6scu
f For thirsty tProafes
t a-hungered sfomacCss
Weather Ihircnti, l'unnhou, May 7.
-Temperature Morning minimum,
wi Midday maximum, to.
Ilarometer at 9 a. m. 30.02. Steady.
Dew Point C9K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. S2 tier rent.
Diamond Head 8lgnnl Station, May
7. weatner One; wind light SB.
Mondav. Mm .
Br bk Highland, .Smith, 75 days from
. . .. Tuesday. Mav 7.
Am bkt Newsboy, Chlpperfield, from
Stmr Walaleale, Pllti, from Anahola.
Mondav, May 6.
StmrNoeau. Wvman, for Kauai.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Stmr Maul, Sacks, for Hawaii ports
TuesJav, May 7.
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
TO 8AIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
at 5 p m
tmr Lehua, Bennstt, for Molokal ports
at 5 p m,
N3 fc7-J BttBm.ii'
N0TM t,3 BUT-
0UH& TENDER CORM
?' K .ll J .
TRAM B PETERSON CO.
t.U GAi it 1AH MaKiMJD
One 75 horse-power Babcock tt
Wllco wattr tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
13) Inches in diameter at base, ijj
Iridic in diameter at top, 125 feet
No Mqre Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bv our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sieep-i roducwg agents or cocaire.
These are the onlv dental pirlors In
Honolulu having PATENTLD AI'1'I.IANCl.i.
ana IngreUienls to extract, nil and apply
cold crowns and rorcelaln crow ns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THI-LbST PAIN.
All work done by GKADUATfcU DLNTISTS
I of from 12 to 20 ears' experience, and each
) department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a can, anu vou w 111 nnu us to 0 exact
ly as we advertise, we will tell you in
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREU EXAMINATION
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold Crownx SB 00
Gold Filling $100
Silver Fillings 00c
Also on hand a large stock of
Small Pumps for all services.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
P. O. Box 101.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending:
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pnt ,.9oe. ltM
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
boon 4. hits uiiiuino.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
f STIMATES FLHNISKED ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box ;j2.
Drays (or Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sind For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Klnp
nreei. lei. 00.
W. LURSEH, Vf't.
tmr I walanl, Greene, for Kauai ports at
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. for Kapaa
at 4 p m.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Hawaii at
Stmr Mokolil, Napala, for Molokal at 5
Schr Alice Kimball, Mason, for Kama-
Schr Golden Gate. W Alaton. for k'.i-
For .Mini mrH. rer !mrCliiiJiiif. ,Miv .
0 - W O Smith. Miss J11II1 Bond. JIrs H
A Baldwin and 2 children. W Green, T
HakereJ, W Dunn. H P Baldwin, Miss L
Kilau, Miss Becky Mi hi, D H Lewis,
Miss O Pupuhl, K Gmil, Miss L Joshua,
Mrs K Aei, Hev E W Thwlng and wile.
For Hlioand way pirts per stmr Klrau,
May 7 -J A McCandless, Dr L E Cofrr,
Mrs K A Ahu. Capt Ahlborn anJ wife,
Hon .1 K Hlhlo. Mrs H Hlhlo. J M Coul-
son, Mrs A Lindsay, Alls Chalmers, Miss
wignr, iev a 1 AUsTin.bim O Kinekui,
D I" Kahaulello. D O Janewav. T Wall.
W W Recker, Alfred H rrlson. J P Slsson,
M E Lemon, A G Wooley, Wm Meyer,
Philip Naone. H McCorrlston. C H Snvd-
er, J T Crawley, A Lindsay, F S Dodge,
A C Palfrey.
For Victoria, ner C A S S Moana. Miv
8-Vir and Mrs ,T Rain WalKer, Mr
Wakefield and 1 children, Miss Jones, E
H Wodehnuse. Mrs Ward .iid2dauvhte't.
D J Fisher, Mrs John Bush, M's C V
St irdevant. R Dods, Mrs Lldgate. Miss I
Herd, MrsGErlcksen ard child, Miss
P Nobles, Air Knowlton, Miss Greg, Mrs
W H Hlckard, J L While, L Abrams, A
W Anderson, wife and ) children S Ring
strew, Win Robert", James Dein, Mr
Donaldson, S Oldstein, Geo Graham, T
k Kooinson. win Henry.
The bark Nuuinu Is due from New Yurk.
The Highlands will begin discharging
at the railroad wharf thl atternion.
The ship M, P. Grace with a union
crew will get away for the Sound this
The bakentlne Newsboy arrived from
Lahalna this afternoon. She will load
The Tillle E. Starbuck with 3300 tons
of sugar will getaway for San r-ranclsco
The steamer Noeau Is agan In commis
sion after a thorough overhauling. She
left for Kauai last eenlng.
The German bark Tellus has been
ordered to proceed from here to Caledonia
to load silver nitrates for Rotterdam.
George E. Kelster of the Customs force
leaves In the schooner Kallua today for
Eleele. He will discharge the Kallua's
coal cargo there.
The Young Brothers' new house en the
Is'and back of the I'ghthuuse will soon be
ready for occup incy. It w ill be connected
w.th town by telephone.
The schoontr Robert Searles will go 01
the marine railway this atlemoon to be
semped and pilnted. She will take bal
last alter coming off and sail for Puget
Captain Nlelson of the Tellus was In
Honolulu the last time twenty-three ears
ago as an able seimw on the shlpPflscllla
whlih brought Portuguese Immigrants to
A specially constructed shear legs has
been placed on the forward deck of the
steamer Claudlne for use In lifting fouiteen
twenty-two ton boilers to be transported
to Hawaii. The first of the lot was ship
ped on the essel yesterday.
Th' ship S. D. Carleton will go to Ka
hulul to load sugar for Alexander & Bald
win. She will be ready to leave In about
a week and will take three hundred tons
of ballast here. It has not yet been de
cided whether the Carleton will sail to
tow to Maul.
The San Francisco lightship No. 70 Is
to return to herstat on three and nne-quait
er miles off the entrance to the harbir, on
Miy 1st. says the Coist Seamen's Journ
al, and, according to Captain Turner her
commande-. the vessel -will be In shape to
remain on the station lor an entlie year.
Captain D. Smith of the British bark
Highlands hml an unpleasant .xpert
enco on1 tho way up from Newcastle!.
About six weeks ago n big v,ae camo
aboard and wushei! tho captain
against hml over tho rail. Luckily he
grasped and held on to a rope' that was
near nod so saved himself. Captain
Smith was badly bruised hut otherwlso
felt no hurt from his experience.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
GREAT TRUNK AND BAG SALE
You bought generously of the bargains offeretl In Trunks
tint) B.igs last week, so that many of the numbers nre complete
ly iwhausteil ; 0 2., the better dress suit cases one lady bought
' six of them on Monday morning.
-"' But there are still many trunks and bags left that It will
pay you to see on this, the last week of the sale.
We would call your attention particularly to the two
styles of steamer trunks and to the canvas telescopes and grain
leather club bags. They are rnarKeJ at prices at which It is
s seldom possible to obtain them.
Remember that the sale closes at 5 o'clock on Saturday
evening, May nth, and that after that we shall have no more
trunks or bags to show you.
STEAMER RUGS HERE TOO IN GREAT VARIETY.
WHITNEY & MARSH, lTD
J5p- Ads. in (his eolumn will be inserted at IS cents aline one
IjBSr inacrlinn ; 2d cents two instrtimis; SO cents one week ; .',0
cents tun iceel,aml CO cents one month. This is the cheapest advertising
eect offircd the people of Honolulu.
JAMES T. TAYLOB,
M.Ab. Scc.C. I.
800 Judd Block. Tele. 633.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUOAIl HA
CHINUUY ot every capacity nd de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and IUV13TED PIPES tor Irrltatloi
purposes a specialty.. Particular atteiv
tlon paid to JOB WOHK, and repaln
executed at sborteit notice.
THE I'NION ELCCTHIC CO h rennvej eo
1 tt,Hn en St. o?ptu'te ih l'cittc Out Phcn
M n ti, iSji-iro
VOl'H HOROSCOPE cnrrKtiy Inli bv Tru dips)
I iritv.4 Pfftnallv f 1.59, r mall Jiro Srni
4lf rl Hrlh aji co'or of ejtl anJ hj r. Doh-mlan
V O . Hun lulu
OKIVATE M'R0 AND DOAHDINoTlOME
r ChtUten well cartj for, an ace AJJrs At
kln.on. vugoan UulUlnir. AWtlunt Si
OVSrnM IM2IIM!I HOASTS a
tf-rclaltv Hoi Soup for iLneh anJ Jinn.r nj
ih evlcofklnplnl n tire it ljunJ t HIO'H
I. UNCI I HOO.MN Khc ttrtel Uynl
OTICE TO BUIIPERS-TV IVIon Extrelt Co
nat wmi 12 A-iu t-vu -.ale isei"
WANTED G'i-J rncrgct c HawilUn boy, not tn
Jtr tilt, en at IV Hup ' lot lrg I ou, e.-jw
JANTEI)-Aeconl-lian4Hccle AJJr .
" II C. Hii"flln (Xfif. t,tlng rrlCf l3-i
ATFD A firfcUs hl'rlflh'.
Hmry Wflgt. Mac nnw. I ort at.
WASTED om Thorouphbrci Gm Fowl p
pl to Dr, Slogpett, l'rjcrts BUick, tftw-n
9 , pi anJ X p. m. tV iw
1 ANTED An rnercttte UJ. CooJ Wlktr. G
vv pv ''tht pirty. Apr' IJiFort
rinen it na 11 ociory
WANTED I adl and eeMlemen to IntroJuce the
W hotUM" seller on eat th Dr, tt hlte' Electric
Comb, ratcnteJ 1809 Afrents are ctlninf 01 one.
Cures all forms of sca!p-llTfnti, hadchet, ttc ,
et costs tht same as an r Jlnary comb. Seni we In
lamp ft sample D. N. Rose Grn Mer., Drca
tur. III. i3i9im
VAANTED Floofc keepers. Clerks, Driversani Can
W vassers, salary anJ commission in hustlers.
ftklnson, Maeo-n Block, Merchant ani Alakea Sts.
1ANTED To rent the best fLrnlsheJ roorrs In
Honotblu. not far from buslres section, ate
CW EMA MOTEL, Fort street, ab-ve Ineyari.
Terms reasonable, special with permanent loJcers.
181 -1 m
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENG.NEFR,
thoroughly familiar with hlh speed engines,
icslres posl'lon (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office i88-tf
w ANTED To ?eil Jfweipy am Watches
vv In tie latest stles Washes rcpiire4 by a
jeweler of u tars experience,
YOUMi MAN, stenographer ani typewriter, at
once. Ad4ress "A N '' Bulletin Office
TO LET Neatly furnished r otns In private resi
dence, suiiab'e for el'her ladv or gentleman.
Rocms lighted bv electricity. Privilege of bath and
telephone. ji Klnau St iHw
I O LET- Two largft front room, electric light, ht
an 1 cold bath first-class fcnquire Mrs. L. M.
Tavlnr, jvllow hust, Knau street Just opposite
AUpal stieet. i8niw
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms : eentiemen only
ho 4V'lneard St, between Fort and Nuuanj.
FOR RFNT t double and 1 (nele rooms, ntcty
furnished, pilva t family, 446 punchbowl s'reet.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
SORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Of Dump Carts furnished by the daj
m Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St., opp. Unlcn Fed Co. TbL sgj
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES :
Hawaii Experimental Station, Honolulu,
H. T., May 2, 1031. Sealed proposals will
be received here until U m., May 10, iqoi,
for supplying and Installing 1 pumpand
steam 01 gasoline engine", capacity to lift
1000 gal. water per hour, too feet i also 2
10,000 gal. redwood water tanks. Infor
mation furnished on arpllcatlcn. JARED
G. SMITH. i83"-0
TO LET Furnished fr&nt room with privilege of
Ight house ket ring In Hotel St. !8Ji;lw
TO LET First cottage abovt tht Mormon Church,
tunchbowl St., j large rtoms, kluhen and bath
fwra In perfect sanitary conlltlcn. Apply to A. G.
Cunha at the premises. i8uiw
FOR RENT A new six-room cottage on Insane
Asvium Road Healthy location. Jia coper
month Arplv ot premises or room )8 above First
National Bark, Fort St i8)i-aw
FOR RENT-TwoCoragisat Walkikl Kert ftj
' jer rrontheaih Inquire of L, W, Merrill, offica
Lincoln block, up. stilfs i8it tf
FOR RE.S'THcuvt on Prostect street
Our Landing it Co .
TO LE? Room and board fn modem newhouc at
Wa kikl, near Uich and car line Private fam
ily Room large and cjo! w th ery large clotlies
c lost-Is, ppU this office. iltf
COR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
I Improvements. Two minutes walk from Train
way. Iniulre a the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8 tf
TO LET Rioio and board In private faml'y In cent
1 ral locathh. vpplyaf 109 bch'jol J-t., between
F'frt end Emma iTTtf
Set ton House, well furnished rooms with
Young St . near pllkol i8uim
TO LbT Comfortable cottates on the premises of
the Sanlta-y Steam Laundry Co , Ltd.. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rm mi,
kitchen and path room. N 1 extra charge for hat and
coll water and electric lights, Rent reasonable, Ap-
piy on lite premises io j Lignnooi manager,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
Mates for the 'errlttrvM Hawaii. In bankruptcy
111 iue maim ti j, n u I I LltriCLU. ranKrupi.
T11 the creditors of J. A. IIUTTERFIELD. of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, and District afvresald, a bank
rupt! I'UtiMC NOTICE Ot SAtC OT 1'POCLKT OF
AtlOVti NAHCtl MAMvMUI'T,
Take notice that the't will be sold at publ c auction
on Saturdi), the 18th day of May, tcj-i, it twelve
u clock noon at the auct'on rooms of Will L. Fisher,
corner ot Merchant and A'akea streets, II n lulu
aforesiid, all the right, title and Interest f said J A.
llutterheld, bankrupt, In and to ihs folding l-ls,
pieces and parcels ot land, together with the build
ings and Improve-cen's thereon, to-wit t
Ujs i and n, sltuattd at I'awsa Punahou, Oaliu
Sad property will bv sold to tht highest bidder for
Cfih, stbject to the approval of the District Cojrt
of ih L'nittd States fur the Territory of Hawaii In
bankiptcy. Vursunt o the order of the Honorabe
Morrl M bvi, Judge of said Court
Duted thU Ttli day of May, A, D, 1901,
1 GEO A DAVIS,
Trustee of J A H terfield, a bankrupt.
Is now closed for renovating, painting and
refurnishing, and will be opened oh or
about May 20th as a Private Hotel, under
n:w management. i8j4-iot
HENT A new four room cottact on Ouecn
SI. Arrlv 10 G. Sfhuman. Merchant St.. b.t
Toll an4 Al.ket. it) If
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane, Apply J. A.
TO LET -Two newly built cottages off Lltlha St.
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO ,
COR SALF-Phaeton g.od as new. Full leather
'ftp- rna'ton puiirtin umce !i!-tf
COR SALE Six lots on KerahiHu Road. ICalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
fmmet May, Juld Building. it8-tf
UOTIL l-OR SA E. rood palng property In
' bcart of towi, long lease, cheap rent fj.too.
rancaii part mortgage inquire attnisotnce
FR SALE One each aM-4 and 6 horsepower
M1CTZ & WfclSS KEROSENE QIL ENQIhtS, (new
Inquire of J Emmeluth 14 King St mt-if
COR SALE $aoo, Futnlturaot jroomeJ cottage
near iuwd. wnriFriviircn or rennne conatre,
WILLIAM SAVIDOb & CO..
k6 Mcrch.nl St,
I OST On Eerelanl. ttrutnear Alakea, record
bcok, No ) on com. Return to llilf office and
riceht r.xarJ. i8ij-II
:OUND A pair of eelaui. Call at Ihll o(lic
ani pay tor aiv.riUlng. iSji-if
Jas. F. Morgan
-05 Queen trtj
ON TUESDAY, MAY 7,
AT 14 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv sales-oom, 65 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auctlor. by order of Mr. F.
E. King, three valuable parcels of land as
No. 1. That large lot on King street,
known as Cottage Grove, near trie corner
ot Pllkol street, wltii a frontage on King
s'reet of 50 4 feet, a depth of 287 feet, and
a trontage on Young street of 78 feet. This
lot has 5 in e-room cottages on It with baths,
patent closets, electric lights, mosquito
proof and large lanals. These houses rent
for Si 55 rer month.
No. 2. Is another large lot across a
small lane and oppislte to No. I, and Is
p.irt of the old Blckerton homestead. Has
a frontage of 85 feet on King street, a depth
iif 287 feet and a frontage on Young St. of
85 feet. This lot has a large house of 13
rooms. 2 bathrooms, 2 patent closets, elect
ric lights, large lanals. Also 2 five-room
cottages with all modern Improvements.
This lot rents for J160 per month.
No. 3. Is that large lot on Beretanla
St. near Punchbowl, familiarly known as
King place. This lot has j five room cot
tages and 1 two-room cottage on It. The
houses have all modern Improvements.
enamel bath tubs with showers, patent
closets, electric lights, large lanals, etc.
1 nis 101 rents lor 790 per monm.
Terms of the sale one-half cash : balance
on mortgage for three years at 7 per cent.
for runner particulars inquire ot
Jas. F. Morgan.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have for Bale two lots on King
street opposlto the resldcnco of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot has a froutago
on King street of CO feet and a depth
of 120 tect. These will be sold nt J1750
JAS. F. MOIIQAN,
C3 Queen strcot.
8A1D PA6I1A TONIGHT.
Tonight at the opera house. Stnhl's
light and melodlus opera Said Pasha
will be suns. In this opera Josephine
Stanton Is nt her best, taking nilvan
tiro of the many opportunities offered
to look pretty and sing sweetly. Her
song In tho llrst net "Whenor I stand
to take ronunantl" Is tine of tho gomB
of tho opera and Miss Stnntnn knows
full well how to sing It. Comedians
Haney nnil Kunklo will miikti merry
uml Oeoigo lading, Henry Hnllam,
Chns, Vun Dyno, Clara WIbiIoih, Ilortha
Nllssnn nnil tho others will nilil to tho
evening's enjoyment. Tho opera Is
unusually pretty nnil afforels of linnd
sniiio costuming. Mr. ITullnni has ro
coveicil fiom IiIk Indisposition unit will
sing tho 10I0 of Toianei. Paul Egry
will render 11 IoHu boIo ln-twcen tlio
j In Circuit Court.
In tho Clicult Coin t today thij tilnl
of the tiifco of Hejiiy Sinlth vs. Iliiinii.
kua Mill Co.. hud not Ijtcn compldct
nt noon, Tim i-auo on tho docket, fol
lowing this, will hn John I). Holt vs.
I Knuhl In ejectment,
Prices cut in half in
order to make room
ami see for vourself .
Coffee pots -45c
Cups and saucers 20c
Sauce pans 40c
Tea kettles 70:
Measures 2 ;c
Pudding pans tec
Milk pans 10c
Stove pans 30:
Stew pans t;c
Ureal pans 15c
SEE GOODS IN WINDOW.
E. 0. ILLS 1
Chocolate Bon-Bons x
" Name on Every Piece."
vox sAiji ur
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not h'cciv'mu, tneir pa
pers promptly xvill confer a ,4
favor by notify hif the 'liusi- '
ness dice, Telephone itf
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