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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 LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao 8t.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PKE.MISES, Hotel St.
t Good Cheere s?M
X For trsy
liVeary Aeaddes. --i
KALIIII CAMP 18 GROWING.
Knllhl cam i) Is very much nltvc Just
now. Thcro nro In tho neighborhood
of six hundred people now occupying
rooms nt the place and the number la
continually Increasing. The great ma
jority ot the pcoplo at the camp are na.
tires, although there aro some Clilnesq
and Japanese and ono white man.
Charles Clark Is still in charge of the
Nearly all the natives staying In the
mm p arc hard working men who And
the camp particularly congenial on ac
count ot Its proximity to tho sea, When
they have time, the natives go out at
night and return In the morning with
tnough fish to last (or two or three
days. This occupation Is both pleasant
The pcoplo of tho camp are very well
behaved and never has it been neces
sary to enll for police assistance. In
the near future. Mr.Clark Intends to go
through the whole camp and get the
exact number of pcoplo and their na
tionality. The prtco for rooms nt the camp has
teen reduced from $3 and (2 to 2 and
II per month and It Is to this that the
treat Increase Is due. It Is expected
that. In a short time tho government
ti 111 bo receiving a thousand dollars
per month from the camp..
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," It mors
often heard than anything else. Tht
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on tap or
Puracr Bendell Returns.
The steamer iloana on time as usual
after an absence of about seven months
arrived from the Colonies this morning
on her new route to Vancouver. The
vessel Is officered as before with the
exception ot the purser and the old
purser 1). II. Dendell so well nnd favor
ably known hcre4jurlng n long pre
vious service on 'the popular boat Is
again at the desk.
The Moana and Captain Carey and
his officers held a-levee all day.
Friends of tho vessel glad to see
her back on the Coast run went to
ee her again. When she leaves she
will be full up with passengers from
this port and although she Is on a
different route now tho great aloha of
Honolulu's traveling public for the
old boat will always give her a full
passenger list from this port.
The Moana sails at 6 o'clock this af
ternoon. i '
Balnbrldfie Vlnlts Camp McKlnley.
By special request Mr. Ilalnbrldge
paid a visit to camp McKlnley last
evening and gave the soldiers a bright
end varied recital. He Introduced some
of his clever sketches, Jokes and anec
dotes which were greatly enjoyed. Mrs.
Wotkyns expressed her deep gratitude
to Mr. Balnbrldge and the continued
applause of tho boys showed that tho
evening was enjoyed Immensely, The
soldiers presented Mrs. Balnbrldgo
with bomo little curios.
Every Day Affords New I'roofs of tho
peculiar effects of I'AIN'-KIU.KR. In
ensen where n disordered condition of
tho stomach, liver nnd bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, and Intense melancholy, Its
effects are most beneficial nnd wonder
ful. It should be kept by every family.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but ono
ralu-Klller, Terry Davis', Prlco 23c and
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleern reducing agents or coca It 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 years, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN.
All work done by GHADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to so years' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and von will find us to Jo exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FKEE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth 65 00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings SlOO
Silver hillings 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
BOOM 4, HITS BUtltlllia.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
One 75 horse-power Babcock &
Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
1)3 Inches In diameter at base, oj
Incite' In diameter at top, 125 feet
Also on hand a large stock of
Small Pumps for all services.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
P. O. Box 101.
Is now closed for renovating, painting and
refurnishing, and will be openej on of
about May zotli as a Private Hotel, under
new management. i8.ot
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES :-
Hawaii Experimental Station, Honolulu,
H. T., Mav 2, 1901. Sealed proposals will
be received here until it m May io, mot,
for sunnlvimr and Installing 1 pumn and
steam ot gasoline engine, capacity to lift
1000 gal. water per Hour, 100 teet ; atso 2
10,000 gil. redwood water tanks. Infor
mation furnished on application, JARED
G. SMITH. l8ji-6
Tuesday, May 7.
Am bk Carrollton, Jones, 26 days Irom
Wednesday, May 8.
C-A S S Moana, Carey, from the Colo
nies. Stmr Hanalel. Pedersen, from Kauai.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai.
Schr Eclipse Townscnd, from Hawaii.
TuesJay, Mav 7.
StmrW G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports.
Stmr Iwalanl, Greene, for Kauai ports.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Hawaii.
StmrlMokolil, Napala. for Molokal.
Schr Alice Kimball, Mason, for Kama
pall. Schr Golden Gate, W Mason, for Ka
anapall. Am ship M P Grace, Grant, for the
Sound In ballast,
Wednesday, May 8.
Am schr Aloha, Fry, for San Francisco
Stmr Nlihau, Thompson, for Punaluu.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
OSS Mariposa, Rennle, for San Fran
cisco at 4 P m.
C-A S S Moana, Carey, for Victoria at
Stmr James Makee, Tullttt, for Kapaa
at 4 P m.
Stmr Walaleale, Plltz, for Walmea and
Kekaha at 5 p m.
From Kami, per stmr Hanalel, May 8
Guy Owens, John Wood, Rev J M Lyd
gate, D B Maconachle and 4 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Mav 8
-PK Haskell, MIssTrowtrldge, Mrs P
Borchgvevlnk and daughter, E Olmstead.
For 1'ukoo, Molokal, per stmr. I.e
Into, May 7. Wm. Kaal, Rov. D. Kaal,
J. F. Brown nnd wife.
For Kauai, per stmr. W. 0. Hall,
May 7. E. H. King, Wm. Robinson,
Dr. Hutchinson, Mrs. J Nclll, T. Ma
Sudn, W. L. Bowers, Mr. J. Duggan,
Mr. Qrlswold, A. Dcianux, Mrs. W. J.
Moody, C. Ahwat, C. F. Bush, Major
Wood, J. J. Sullivan.
Per S. S. MnritKn, May 8, for San
Francisco. A. E. Bailey, Mrs. A.
Smltlier, child nnd servant, Mrs F. J.
Kruger,- .1 children and mirce, E. A.
Keltlilcy nnd wife, I,. C. Carlisle and
wife, Mr nnd Mrs. John F.na, J. John
son nnd te, Mrs. Kcohoknlolv, C. 11.
Henderson, ulfo nml 2 children, F. S.
Washburn, F. llavllnml, Mr. nnd Mr.
T. 11. KIclianK Miss II. Wilson, Mis
Clara -M. Mueller. W. M. (llffunl, Mrs.
J. C. Cohen, It. McKeopen, W. M. Wnr
rcn, J II. Campbell nnd wife. It. W.
Wllcot, E. St. Bryan, Jr., A. N. Wag.
nor, H. W. Lombard, H. Trail, J. K.
Lindsay, Sheldon Mantlo, W.J. Ha) ex,
J M. Fleming, William Douglas G. J.
Moore, J. A. Mnml, Mr. Hammer, Mr.
McKay, Mrs. It. K Ha-kell nnd child,
Mrs. llarglirellnk and child, D.T. Davis,
F. C. Llmlrav, J. J. Dunne, T. V. Mc
Laughlin, Miss llrencr, W. A. Robin
son, H. M. Mott-Sinlth, w Ho nnd child,
Mrs. W. L. Howard.
The Noeau should be in Friday morning
Tht Fannie Adele will leave Koloa this
evening with 5000 bags of sugar.
The Moana brought 10; sacks of onions
and 1480 sacks or coal for this port.
The Mlkahala brought (tw bags Maki-
well sugar for Alexander it Baldwin.
The schooner Aloha silled for San Fran
cisco this morning wth a full carjo of
The charter for Harbor No. Masters
and Pilots Association Is expected to arrive
nere in a snort time.
The schooner Columbia will cet awav
from Eleele In about 8 days with a full
cargo of McBryde sugar.
I he Hanalel broueht 8700 baes Kilauei
sugar for Irwin & Co., L. P. G. F. sugar
for Hackftld & Co. and 47 packages sun
dries. The bark Carrollton 26 davs from Ta
coma with coal arrived list night and en
tered the harbor this morning. Captain
Havs formerly In command of the Car
rollton has left her and she Is now In com
mand of Captain Jones.
The gasoline schooner EcIIds: which
arrived this morning from Kona brought
734 bags of Kona sugar, $co sacks of
charcoal, 29 head cattle, 14 hogs and Co
packages of sundries. She sails on Friday
at p. m. on her regular trip and will take
no treignt atter noon on sailing day.
The last time the British vessels City
or nanxow ana wojiann were nere uap
tain Thompson had the former and CaD
tain Williamson the latter boat. Now the
commands are jutf reversed. Captain
Williamson brought into the Hankow and
took command of her while Captain
Thompson took the Woolahra. On her
last trip to this port the Hankow was na
vigated with great difficulty on account of
damage to her rudder sus'ained in a storm
encountered on the voyage. Greit credit
was due the caDtaln for his work In brine-
Ine the vessel to Dart and on return nz to
theColonles he was well remembered by his
owners. During me present trip L-aptaln
Thompson was not acompa.Jed by his
wife and he says that this is the first and
last time since he was married that he
will travel without her. 1
Thomas Square Musjc.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert in Thomas Square
thlse venlng, beginning at 7:30 o clock:
March Tho Crcolo Queen Hall
Overture Murmuring Forest ....
Grand Selection Lucrecla Borgia.
fa) Lei Ponl Mol, (b) Sweet Lei
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) Ku'u wehlwchl, (d) Kpkohl.
Mrs. N. Alapal.'
Part II. I .
Cornet Solo Sea Flower ...Rolllnson
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
Medley German Marches Lcldenglanz
Wnllz EI Paso i... .Anthony
Polka Military .', Waldteufcl
The Star Spangled .Banner.
Hcalnnl Mandolins Meet.
Tho regular roheaisal ot the. IJenlnnl
Mandolin Club wll be held this even
ing nt 7:30 o'clock, room 7, In tho
Delmnnlco block. Last week tho larg
est attendanco slneo (ho beginning of
tho rehearsals wns present, nnd It Is to
bo hoped tho good work will still go on.
KING BROS, beg to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
all orders for the Panorama Views
"Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
WHITNEY & MARSH, d.
GREAT TRUNK AND BAG SALE
You bought generously of the bnrgalns offered In Trunks '
and Bags last week, so that many of the numbers are complete
ly exhausted ; e g.; 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 marked at prices at which It is
1 seldom possible to obtain them.
Remember that the sale closes at 5 o'clock on Saturday
evening, May 11th, and that after that we shall have no more
trunks or bags to show1 you,
STEAMER RUGS HERE TOO IN GREAT VARIETY.
WHITNEY & MARSH,
AiU. in this column will be inserted at IS rents aline one
insertion; 25 cents tiro titer rffnus; SO cents one week; J,0
cents (tco weeks, and CO cents one moitffi. This is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
THE UNION ELECTHIC CO. havt remoei to
1 ttaSL'nlcn St , Offos.te the I'jcific Club 'Hione
Miln it. iSjfim
yOVU HOROSCOPE cnrrtly totJ by Tru G'py
I tntthnJ. Personally J 1,50, ry milt $ro. Sen J
date of Mrth u4 color of et an! hair. Bohemian
P. O., Hunttulu
PRIVATE NURSING ANDnOARD.NO HOWE.
I ChllJren well eared for. anv acre AJJrtu At-
ltlrnon. Magrwn OullJIng. M return St
OYT!II P13MPI2I ROAHTH a
fcreclattt. Hot Soud for linch anJ Jlnner anJ
the rt cookfnp In t n are tt N tounJ at HID'M
i.UAWn kuuaih kips itrcet. reyru
N uuanu. 8 1 t tf
N" OTICE TO RUILDERS-The Union Eiprtst Co
ha WHITE SAND FOR SALE naW.
WANTED Young man recently from tht State
Jftlres position of retp nsittllty, be it of ret r
enee AJi e C K.. Bulletin. i8jiw
ANTED GoJ enertet c Hawaiian toy, no un
der fifteen, at the Hub f lot lngr.ome. ji-iw
ANTED-A icconl'hani blcyclt AJJrri W.
' H.C.. Bulletin Office, at a ting price. i8u w
W ANTED-A firt-cla heel -wrlr.hu pply to
Henry Wrlht. Mac trnUh. Fort St. i8i3'w
WANTED Some Tliorouehbrei Game To!. Ap
ply to Dr. Sloggett, Progress Clock, betwtcn
9 a. m. and p. m. ifw tw
WANTED! ailes and gentlemen to introJuce the
"hottest" seller on earth Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1809. Agents are cilnlng more .
Cures all forms of scalp all rents, headaches, etc
yet costs th same as an ni dlnary cmb. Send oc In
lamps for sample D. N. Rose, Gn. Mgr.. Deca
fur, III. i3iq-im
WANTED Boo keepers, Clerks, Drlversani Can
v vassers, salary and commission to huttlers.
Atkinson, Magoi n Block, Merchant and Alakea St.
WANTED To rent the best furnished rooms In
Honolulu, not far from buiiren section, at the
SEW ERA HOTEL, Fort street, ab e IneyarJ.
Terms reasonable, special with permanent lodgers.
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires pnshion. (Ball engines especially) Ergmeer,
Bulletin Office 18 8-tf
'ANTED Tq FttL Jekfuty ami Watches
In fh ljtf ttv&. Wfi-h fralri bv
jeweler of j$ ears experience, G. DIETZ, it8
Nuuanu St. i8o3-tf
YOUNG MAN, stenographer and ttptwrltcr, at
once. Address "A N ' Bulletin Office.
TO LET Neatly f urnUhed rooms In private resi
dence, suitable for either ladv or gentleman.
Rooms lighted bv electricity. Privilege uf bath and
telephone. t Klnau St ixuiw
1 O LET-Two large front rooms, electric llgrt, hit
1 ani cold t-ath; tirslclass Enquire Mrs. E. M.
TaIor, ellow house, Klnau street Just opposite
AJapal street. in-iw
rO LET Nicely furnished rooms t gentlemen only.
ha 41 Vineyard St., between Fort and Nuuany.
FOR RENT a doubla and J s'ngle rooms, nlctly
furnished, ptlva e family. 446 Punchbowl S'reet.
TO LET Furnished front room with privilege of
light houseketrlng. pit Hotel St. i8mw
TO LET First cottage above th Mormon Church,
Punchbowl St., 5 large rtoms, kitchen and bath
room, In perfect sanitary conlltlcn. Appty to A. G.
Cunha, at the premises, i8u-iw
FOR RENT A new slxroom cottage on Insane
Asvium Road. Healthy location. Sit.o per
month. Apply on premises or room j8 above First
National Hank. Fort St. iBi-iw
PR RENT-TwoCottagisat Walklkl Kent $m
per month each. Inquire of L. W, Merrill, office
Lincoln Block, up -stairs. 1817 tt
PR RENT House on Prospect street. Apply to
Gear. Landing ft Co. i8-tt
FR RENT An elcht room Cottage. All mo Jen
Improvements, two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire at the Mint or Fsorlte baloon i8w tf
TO LET Room and board In private family In cent
ral location. Apply at 169 School ft,, between
Fort and Emma. ittjMI
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. Young St , near PUkol iSu-im
TO LET Comfortable cottaees on the premises of
the Sanltaty Steam Laundry Co., Lt J., Mar m Ion
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rot mi,
kitchen and rath room. No extra charge for KM and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap'
fiy on ine premises io J. ngntion. manager,
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane. Apply J A.
Ma goon. , , , "?'' ' '
TO LET-Two newly built iottaget off Llliha St.,
fust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO.,
R SALE Phaeton, good as new, Full leather
top. "Phaeton" Bulletin Oftice. i8p-tf
FOR SALE-Slxlotson Kapahutu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the installment plan, Apply
Emmelt MayxJuld Umlding. n8j-tf
HOTEL FOR SAt E, good paying property In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent, f s,it.
Part cash part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE One'each aW-4 and 6 horsepower
MIETZ & WtlSS KEkOSEftfi OIL ESGINES, (nel
Inquire of J. EMMELUTH 141 King St. iTti-'t
pOR SALE $?oo. Futnltureof !-rootned cottage
I near town, with privilege of rentlnp cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDGb & CO..
k6 Merchant St.
I OST On Beretanla street near A taken, a recnrJ
- book. No 3 on com. Return to this office and
receive reward. i8-tf
FOUND A pair of eye glas.es. Call at this office
and pay for adxcnislng, i8itf
Jas. F. Morgan
-65 Queen Htreat
At Private Sale.
A very handsomely furnished select
boarding and lodging r oue of seven rooms,
sltuatfd on Beretania street, near Thomas
Square, In a desirable and healthy portion
ot the city.
Bedroom, dining room and kitchen furni
ture complete In all details and In use only
two months. Large yard with shade
trees. Premises under live years lease.
Jas. F Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have for sale two lota on King
etrcct opposite, tho resldenco of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot has a frontage
on King street of CO feet and a depth
ot 120 teet. These will be sold at J1750
JAS. P. MOItOAN,
CS Queen street
Fight On tho Makee.
Thcro came near being a serious ac
cident on the little steamer James Ma
kee yesterday through the negligence
of the engineers. Ab a result of their
luoltentlon they were both dismissed
from the service ot the Inter-Island Co.
Had the condition In tho engine room
not bejn discovered when lt was there
Ij a likelihood that there would have
been a boiler explosion. As lt was the
two engineers, fJardoer and Ilryant,
got to lighting nnd they and the fire
man mixed things In n general scrim
mage In which the fireman and Gard
ner were pretty badly used up, Engin
eer George 'Ward fas put In chargo of
tho Makee englno room nnd as soon ns
an assistant can bo found tho vessel
Ull put to sea,
uYiViViVi miVirVi c u r
MAGIC i headaches
E HEADACHE; before
WAFERS : breakfast.
I XWttW'WH '.'& W cost, all UrugRHU
Prices cut in half in
order to make room
and see for yourself.
Coffee pots .45c
Tea pots 40c
Cups and saucers 20c
Sauce pans 40c
Tea kettles 70;
Measures 2 ;c
Pudding pans ice
Milk pans .... 10c
Stove pans 30c
Stew pans 15c
Breai pans is:
Pitchers , 4c
SEE GOODS IN WINDOW.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nd Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Power Tnnimlnlon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . ,
With Ctton-Nell Co., queen street.
Offloe next to Pov..9ce. lttt
A. Harrison Mill Co.
STIMAUS FURNISHtO 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
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box ssz.
ZA MES T. TAYLOR,
106 Judd Block. Tele. 631.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR MA"
CUINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlc
Art Embroidery Taught.
Wessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
ot given by Mrs. II. H. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping dons.
MRS. H. H. WILT JAKE.
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