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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., THUnSDAY, MAY 9 1901.
iv!ATiiS2iiBfii!''SM 3m"i'7S ''""' "" "" "f ' .
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
' Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
fitted for v
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
6tlk8, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LMJNDRY
Tel. Main '73. Laundry. Kawalnhao 8t
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
Weary ieaddes. -wi
'lUsaz-s' O' ""'y dk DAIST I fX 1
I.3npTViUvill prove Ihcir mcnr. r1
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Office nf the Board of Health, 1
Honolulu, H. T., May 8th, loot.
Notice Is hereby given that the Board
ofHeilth his elected C. B.COOPER
At. D , PreslJent of the Board of Hralth.
i8j6-jt Secretary Board of Health.
Hawaiian Jockey Club
An adjourned meeetlng of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club will be held
ThU Thursday Evening
at 7:30 o'clock at the Pacific Club ; busi
ness of Importance ; all members are re
quested to be present.
W. H. CORNWELL,
C. L. CRABBE, President.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below nave been impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu,,and unless the pound fees
and damages are'soonep satisfied, will be
sold at the date' hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
MAY 0, 1001 One black mare, branded
P.K. on right hind foot ; white stieak
on forehead ; all fours white.
,, One white mare, brandel K.E.I, on
0 right hind foot; X left hind foot.
One bay mare with bay mare colt,
brand Indescribable! white streak on
forehead (all fours black.
One bay mare, branded W.S. on left
hind foot t white spot on forehead ; all
One black horsey branded X on left
hind foot : all fours black.
One sorrel horse, brand Indescribable;
wmte streaK on toreneaa; two tront
fl feet white.
The above described animals will be sold
at auction on SATURDAY, MAY 25,
iqoi, if not called for prior to the date of
iSjO-jt Pound Master.
DON'l BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE K IT WILL PAY YOU TO
"""l UUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
y.'t HO 535. S.W i.EDFRER,
' v- yS-seu '
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-) reducing agents or cocali.e.
These are the onlvdentalparlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and ingredients to extract. Till and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten years, WITHOUT THE LEST PAIN.
All WOtl done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 years' experience, and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and'vou will find us to Jo exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
8et Teeth "... 65 00
Gold Crowns 85 00
Gold Fillings $1 00
Silver Fillings 80c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM a, HIT! Bl'llDINd,
LADIES' IN ATTENDANCE.
One 75 horse-power Babcpck &
Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack',
133 Inches In dlametertt base, 93
Inches in diameter at top, 125 teet
Also on hand a large stock of
Small Pumps for all services.
Henry R. Worthfagton
and Fort Streets. ,
P. O. Box 101.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 9.
Temperature Morning minimum,
C4; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.95. Steady,
Dew Point 69F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 7 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
9. Weather clear; wind NE.
Wednesday, May 8.
OSS Mariposa, Rennlt, for San Fran
cisco. C-ASSMoana, Carey, for Victoria.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
StmrMikahala, Gregory, for Makaweli
at 5 p m.
Th schooner Robert Searles will come
off the drv dock this afternoon and take
ballast She will sill for the sound to
morrow. Frank J- Turk Is shipping her
The cargo of coal on the British bark
Highlands ha; been offered for sale. It
was originally Imported for the Ewa' Plan
tation Company but there Is so much cual
on hand there now that an effort will be
made to dispose of It.
It Is reoor ed that F. A. Schaefer &i Co.
are to be the Agents cf anew steamer
une running Deiween mis port and Apia.
G. Kunst, well known here, will own.the
line and the steamer Samoa Is soon expect
ed here to take up the running.
There were but sixteen deep waterkMI
Ing ve-sels In the harbor this morning
This Is fewer than have been In co-t at
one time for s:ver.il months. Of the
vessels here seve'al will get away this
week and sho did othfrs not arrive the
wh rves wljIbedeserteJ.
Is Badly Damaged
San Francisco, April 21. Since the
big steamer HHwallnn has been placed
In dry dock ut Hunter's point It has
been found that serious damago wag
Indicted when the vessel ran 011 a rock
In tho haibor of Santa Lucia, West
Indies, on the wny from New York to
this port. Soon after the Hawaiian's
nrrlval here, and while sho was lying
nt Howard whaif 3, divers were sent
down to cxnmlnc tin ship's bottom
and ascertain iho source of a leak that
had cnu8cd some uneasiness on the
voyage. Tho information was given
out by tho steamer's olllccrs that the
leak wns slight. After going Into tho
dry dock It wag found that tho thick
plates for a distanco o( about four
teen feet In length and ten feet In
width had been Jammed In, allowing
the sea to enter tho water tanks. Had
the Injury to the Hawaiian extended
only a few inches farther aft sho would
have been In a serious condition, to say
tho least. Five new plates and seven
new frames will bo necessary to give
the hull Its former soundness. The
Hawaiian will bo in dry dock a week
longer undergoing repairs.
"What is tho use of n man's getting
Into a crowd and yelling as he does at
a baseball game?"
"Great heavens!" exclaimed the en
thusiast. "He's got to do It In a crowd.
If lie wero to go nway by himself and
yell In that manner they would havo
him In a lunatic asylum In less than
a week." Washington Star.
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
Carpenters' Un'on will meet MAY 10 In
M ichlnlsts' Hall, entrance Penlel Mlssionr
Alter above d le the regular meetings will
be IHUKSUAY of eich week.
W. B. MOSS.
1836-lt. Hall Committee.
Is now closed for renovating, painting ard
refurnishing, and will be opened on r
about May 20th as a Private Hotel, under
new management. i8j4-iot
' keep 'you from having your
will call at your house and
treat yaur corns successfully
TENDERS FOR ROLLED BARLEY.
Office of the Board of Health, 1
v Honolulu, H. T. May 9th, 1901.
Tenders for furnishing the Board of
Health with Rolled Barley for use of the
Board of HealthJStables will be recelyed at
the office of the Board of Health up to 12
o'clock noon, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15,
The contractor Is to furnish about 150
bags Rolled Barley per month from date
of contract to December 31st, toot. Tender
to be for actual weight delivered at tl e
The Board of Health does not bind It
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
iS)6-3t Secretary Board of Health,
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
GREAT TRUNK AND BAG SALE
You bought generously of the bargains offered In Trunks
and Bags last week, so that "many of the numbers are complete
ly exhausted ; eg., the better dress suit cases one lady bought " -J
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
seldom possible to obtain them.
' Remember thai 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 YBIETY.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
Ads. tit 7ii8 rolvmn will be intertill at IS cents aline one
inwrlion ; 26 cents lico instrtiom; SO cents one iceek ; 40
rents two Keels, and CO cents one month. This is the cheapest advertising
ever offertd.the people nf lFnnohdn.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. hv remove! to
1 ti.SUmcn St oppot te the Pacific Club 't-hone
MJn 61. iSjfim
VOUH HOROSCOPE correctly to) J ty True Olpiy
1 n.e:hoi. Personally le.so, py mill tio. Send
date of birth euj color of eyes and hatr. Bohemian
P.O.. Horn lulu
iTE NURSINCi AND MOARDINO HOME
Chlliien ell rated for. any ape AJireis At
klnon. Magoon bonding. M tenant Si
OYSTIIU rI3llEI ROASTS a
S eclaltv. Hot boup fur Knch and dlnn.r and
the pest cooklnfr In t wn ate 1 1 be tound at MID'M
LUNCH ROOMS King street, beyond
OTICE TO RUILIICRS-Th. Union Eaprisf Co
nas wnii t. aAnu i-uk avm iseui
1ANTED Younp mn recently from thSt'e
V deilrct position of rep nslblllly, best of reft r
encei AJJiessC K.. HuPetln. i8)--iw
1 ANTED Go;i entrett c Hwalln bov. not un
V der fifteen, at f Hub lot Ing-home. jyt
VAANTED-A vecuM hnj b'cycte JJrr V.
vv H.C.. nulUtln Office, iUtlngrrlce. t8t w
ANTED -A first'cUst wheelwright.
Henry WHnt, MttmUn. Hrt SU
IWANTED 5oroeThorouehVre.1 t,jm l owl, p
fiy to ur, sioffgcu.
Progress Block. bew en
q. m. ani p. m.
VXANTED I adie ani rentlfen to Introduce the
" "hottest" seller on eatth. pr. White's Electric
uomr, patentee 1890. agents are c.irin mone
Cures all forms of scalo allircntt. headaches, itc
yet costs th same as an oidlnary enmb. Send 40c In
tamps for sample 0, N. Rose, Gtn. Mgr.. Deca
tur. III. 1810 jra
1ANTED Boo-keepers, Clerks. t'r'ves and Cin
v" vassers. salary and commission to hustlers,
Atkinson, MaROon Block, Merchant and Alakea Sts.
IWANTED To rent the best furnished rooms In
vv Honolulu, not far from business section, at the
SEW ERA HOTEL. Fort street. ab?vt ' Ineyard.
Terms reasonable, special with permanent lodgers.
EXPFRIENCEn STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office 18 .8-tf
UANTED-To Sell Jewelry and Watches
vv tn tlie litest stvtes Watches repalrel bv a
Jeweler of jj years experience, G, DIETZ, nt8
YOUNG MAN, stenographer and tvrewrlter, at
once. Address "A N.' Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT A lady or married couple can find
cood accommodations In p.lvate h me bv ad
J.esslngP O. Box 8)4. i86tw
TO LET Neatly furnlnhed rcoms In ptlvaieiisl
Jence. sultab'e for either ladv or gentleman
Rooms lighted bv electricity Privilege of bath and
telephone, yji Klnau St ni-tw
I O LET- Two Urge front rooms, electric light, ht
an 1 cold bath, first-class Enquire Mrs. E, M.
Taylor, jellow houst, Klnau street Just opposl'e
Alapal street. i8)iw
TO LET Nicely furnUhed rooms: gentlemen only,
ho 4i Vineyard St., between Fort and Nuuanu.
IOR RENT e double and single rooms, nicely
iurnisnea,piiva e ramuy. 4Brunciii7uvt s-reci,
TO LET Furnished front room with privilege of
light house keep Ing. 6it Hotel St. i8mw
TO LET First cottatra abnva the Mormon Church
I I unci) bowl St., s large rcoms, kltihen and baih
room. In perfect sanitary condition, Arrly to A. O.
Cunha. at the premises, i8fiw
FOR RENT A new six-room cottage on Insane
Asvlum Road. Healthy location. $t.oo per
month. Apply on premises or room 38 above First
National Bank. Fort St.
PR RENT-Two Cottag sat Walk Ik I Kent Sts
per month each. Inquire, of L. W. Merrill, office
.uncom uiock, up-stairs. ibit tt
PR RENT House on Pospect street.
Gear, Landing ft Co.
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All rnrfdem
Improvements, fwo minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire at the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8ao tf
TO LET Room and board In private family in cent
1 ral location. Apply at 169 School Ft., between
Fort and Emma mitt
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board Young St , near PI 1 hoi tBu-im
TO LET 'Comfortable cottages on the premises of
the Sanlta'y Steam Laundry Co., L'd.. M firm Ion
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rotms.
kitchen and path room. No extra charge fur hot and
cold water and electric IIjeMs, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J LI a ht to tt. manager. .Stf
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane.
Apply J. A.
TO LET-Two newly built cottar)! off LtlihaSt.,
Just above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. ft CO.,
COR SALE The furniture of a six room house.
Party leaes on next steamer, Call 1481 Fort
PR SALE One rubber tired Weslcott Surrey al
most mw. Inquire W. E. Bur re t care of Wash
Ingtun MetcaaUla Co , Ltd,, lort and Quevn Sts.
18 16-1 w
FOR SALE-Phaeton. good as new. Full leather
top. ''Phaeton Bulletin Office. i8j-tf
FOR SALE-Slxtotson Kepahu'u Road, Kaimukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmet May, Juid Building. i-8i-tf
HOTEL FOR SA' E, good paying property In
ha.irl nt leiwi Inner lone fh.sn rant C .
Part cash, pan morlc.ee Indira at this office,'
COR SAIE-One earh s-.and tiJIorATowet
MIETI ; WFISS KIROSENE OIL tNOINES, Jnel
Inquire of J. Emmcluth 141 King St. nn-lf
COR SALE $soo. Furniture of sroomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottaa.. ,
x WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
nt Merchant St.
I OST On Derelanla street near Alakrn, a rrcord
- book. No. 1 on cow, Return to this office and
receive reward. i8arif
FUND A pslr of e glasses. Call at this office
and pay lor advertising iStftf
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen Ktreot
At Private Sale.
A very handsomely furnished select
bnardlncand lodging house of seven rooms,
situated on Beretama street, near Thomas
Square, In a desirable and healthy portion
ot ine city.
Bedroom, dlnlne room and kitchen furnl
ture complete In all details and In use only
two months. Large yard with shade
trees, f remises unuer live yers' lease.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street,
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have (or sale two lots on King
trect opposite tho residence of Sam
Parker, Esq. Cach lot has a frontage
on King street ot CO feet nnd a depth
ot 120 teet. These will be sold nt S17G0
JAS. P. MORGAN,
CS Queen street.
WANTED TO PURCHA6E.
THE TRUSTEES OF HONOLULU
Lodge, No. C16, D. P. 0. E.. desire op
tlons on the purchaso nf property near,
tho business center of the city. Any
persons having such property for sale
are requested to communicate with ono
of tho undersigned trustees.
A. V. (lEAn,
A. la. . ATKINSON,
F. J. CHURCH.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES :
Hawaii Experimental Station, Honolulu,
H. T., May 2, loot. Sealed propos'ils will
be received here until 12 m., May to, 1901,
mr supplying ana installing I pump ana
steam 01 caollne enzlne. caDacltv to lift
1000 gal. water per hour, 100 feet j also 2
iu,aoo K3i, reuwooa water ranKS. inior
malfon furnished on application. JAHBD
G. SMITH. iKii-6
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Prices cut In halj,in
order to make, room.
and see for voiirself.
Coffee pots -45C
Cups and saucers 2c
Sauce pans 43c
Pudding pans ice
Milk pans .... ice
Stove pans 30:
Stew pans 15c
Bread pans 15:
Pitchers 1 4'c
SEE GOODS IN WINDOW.
NFRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nd Snpeiintendlnv
Eloctro-Hyilraullc Power Tnnnmlsslon
REPORTS AND EOTIMATHS
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloa next to Po. ..ffloe. 1 HI
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATIS FURMSHED ON AIL KINDS OP
Brick and 6tone 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. 6. Box 2.
JMBS T. TATLOB,
SOS Judd Block. Tele. SSI.
HonolrXlu Iron Works Go
ImproTed and aiodern- SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrIgt!o
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reyklra
executed ct uuortut notlc
I 0. HI'S SON
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
ssons In ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
Clty( Furniture Store, Fort street.
rirst Clas3 stamping don,
MRS. H. U. WILf JAJIZ.