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Germ Proof Filter
b the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all lm
puities anil eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUR is one of the
treated foes to ill health ever invented.
:' Store, Offlirt Ho'tl, Restaurant and Home should have one without delay
A. R. HANCOCK & Co.
ai PORT ST.
Vomorrow afternoon the relay tcatm
ti Oahu College, Knmehamehn school
itwl Malle-UIma Athletic Club, will'
:rac for supremacy at Kaplolnnl park.
The lioyi have been training for the.
race for some time ami are nil In lino
Oahu College ami Karaehnmeha have
laced Uforo and 'at that time the col
Vglans came out winners quite easily.
Since then both teams havo become
aiueh stronger. Concerning the
JJIaltts. nothing Is known, for this will
1c tbelr Initial nppearanco on the
The boys on the Oahu Collego team
are Alfred Castle, Will Campbell, An
lone Murcclllno and Kdward Dcverll.
The Kams have Hanaknhl, Akana, I'a,
and t'unohu. The Knms will race lin
ger a disadvantage as It Is unlikely
thai the school will attend. Without
backing, a team runs a half hearted
The make-up of the Malles Is not
1noi.n, but whatever this may be, they
1Il not run a losing race.
HORNEF RESIDENCE BURNED.
I.sst night nbout 10 o'clock, an
alarm of fire was turned In to the ceil'
trxl station. The residence of E. C.
Jlornrf. a Jeweler In II. K, Wlchman's,
jroTcit to be the building cm flr The
louse I situated In the Kalmukl tract.
Jar beyond the lino of water hydrants
io that It would have been iifpIpm for
she department to go !o th (Ire. As
ihtant Chief Thurston went out with
z mounted policeman, only to find n
ims of smouldering ns'.ics where once
the house had stood. Mr. Hornet
lad not been near the house
ill day and nothing has as yet born
found out In regard to the cause of tlio
In the Circuit Court.
The taking of testimony In the. wi'l
sronttst In the estate of Xallmtt Naolwl
wis completed In the Circuit Court thli
sornlug and argument of counsel be
gan at 2 p. m.
Tie next cause on the calendar for
trial 1 tbat of T. W. Hubron vs. Chas.
X Helm In assumpsit. Robertson &
"Wilder for plaintiff; Davis & Gear for
Thu case of Frank 1.1111s vs. James
Cartr baa been let for trial May 27,
Peterson for plaintiff; Kinney, n.illou
A McClanahan for defendant.
Confession of demurrer was entered
iy the plaintiffs this morning In Sam
vel Andrews vs. Kalkena and Samuel
.Andrews vs. Wahlneaul.
To those who app-eciate her
SKiii in portraiture, me return
pi mi'S uaroine nasKins io
Honolulu will be welcome.
She has not wasted her time
'while away, and will come
prepared to give h:r patrons
the benefit of the latest ideas.
Her headquarters will be at
120 Hotel St.
mnsEow, has a smallnox scare and
310,000 of i(8;00.000 population have
Vrn vaccinated already.
Stockholders' Sheeting, Honolulu
Investment Do; Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
iitttim; or tne stocKliauers or tne Hono
lulu Investment Co.. Ltd.. will be held at
Ihe company's office, Judd Building, In
ilonntulu, on SATURDAY, MAY ISttl. 1901,
it asro p.m., for the purpose of voting pn
icrLiln amendmentii of the bv-laws Dro
wned at the last stockholders' meeting.
and the transactl g of such other business
m may come Deiore tne meeting.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 10.
Temperaturo Morning minimum,
GS; Midday maximum, 81.
Uarometer at 9 a. m, 30.00. Rising.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m, C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon, May
10. Weather, clear; wind SE,
Friday, May 11.
Str. Manna Loa, SImerson, from Ha.
wall and Maul ports.
Str. Noeau, Wyman .from Kauai.
Str. Iwatanl, Oreene, from Kauai.
Thursday, May 10.
T. K. Nippon Maru, Greene, from
San Francisco. ,,
Str. J, A. Cummins, Searle, from
Friday, May 11.
T. K. K. Nippon Morn, Green, for
Thursday May 10.
Str. Mlkahala, Qregory, for Knual.
Am. schr.. Robt. Scarlcs, Plltz, for
the Sound. In ballast.
From Kauai, per str, Noeau, May 10
Mrs. K. N, Kinney and 4 on deck.
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per
str. Mauna l.oa. May 10 Jr Monsarrat,
H. Wlggln, E. C. Wlggln, C, A. Chong,
J, H. Johnson, E. C. Drown, P. Dlsser,
H. W. Knight, Judge Edlngs. W. A
Drlscoll, Ah Hoi, Mcleana Davis, 11. P.
llaldwln. W. O. Smith, W. Booth, 11. E.
Starr, Geo. lions. Judge Kcpolkal, S,
M, Kanaknnul, J. Campbell, Dr. T,
Frear, Miss N. Akl, I). McCorrlston.
wife and child. Alex. Klttil, D. Hlra.
yamn, A. K. Ogawa and 7G on deck.
IN THE CIRCUIT COIIHT. HBST CIRCUIT. T
o It Atchambers, In probate, inthematttrofihees
lateot Elisabeth K. HIngham. late nl Honolulu. Oihu,
Jeceasei. On reaJIne; anj filing the petltl n ani
accounts ot the executors of the will of sa4 deceased,
wheiein they ask that their accounts may b examine
na arr-rgej. a mat a nnai oraer Pe maj pT a t
trltullon of the rroptfty remaining In their hanJs to
the persons thereto entitled and discharging them
from all further responsibility as sucliexacuKrs. It
Is ordered that Monday, the if th day of June, A. D ,
loot, at ten o'clock a. ai.i-atlhe Court-fcoom ot the
said C'lilrt at Honolulu, Island of OarnlU-f end the
same hereby Is appointed as the time and an for
hearing said petition aad accounts, anl t hatnlfrer.
sons Interested maylhen and thert appearand snow
cause. If any they have, why the sintefehould ot be
granted, and msy present evidence as Io wtio are en
title! to the said property.
Honolulu) may 9, foot
By the Court i
iSl?. May io.is.ii.it. Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. F RST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hiwall. In probate, at chambers In
the matter of the estate of Pllwl Panaewa. late of
llonolu'u, Oahu. deceased, testate, Thela&twill and
testam.nt of said deceased having been presented to
said ourt. together with a petition to; the probate
thereof, and for the Issuance of letters of aamlnls
(ration with will annexed Io John A. taker having
been Med Notice Is hereby given that MONDAY,
ttie trth day of JUVE. A D 1901. at roo'clocka.m,.
in tne juaiciary uuiiuing, nonoiuiu. uanu, is ap-
K-lnted the time and place for proving said will and
earing said application, when and where any person
interested may appear and show cause. If any they
hate, why the praer of said petition should not be
nonoiuiu, uanu, may a, 1901
Kv the Court.
J. M. DAVIDSON, ESQ , J. A. THOMPSON.
l-or Ketltioner. (Jerk,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT I'AIN by our late
scientific mtthod applied to the gums. No
sieep- roductng agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu-having PATENTED AI'I'LIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears. WITHOUT THULIMST I'AIN.
All work, done by OKADUATED DENTISTS
tl I mm f In f ii..m' .vu.n,. nn.l al
V, ItUll, IA IU W VLI1I3 A,tlltltlt, MIIU rtVII
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 FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth 65 00
Gold Crowns $6.00
Gold Fllllnga. l OO
Silver Fillings OOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be 01 the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
kOOM a, ItlTI BUILDUIO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
One 75 horse-power Babcock St
Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc.,. etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
133 Inches In diameter at base, 9
Incher 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 IOI.
Tho American ship It. 1). nice, Cap
tain Wynn, was totally destroyed by
fire at'Illogo, Japam- Sho anlved
tHero April 11 with a cargo ot oil
from Philadelphia, The Illco was well
Known hero and belonged to tho Call
fornla Shipping Co,
WHITNEY &, MARSH, l,td.
GREAT TRUNK AND BAG SALE
You bought generously of the bargains offered in Trunks
nnd Bags last week, so that many of the numbers nre 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 .v
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 that the sale closes at 5 o'clock on Saturday
evening, May nth, and tliat after that we shall have no rnore
trunks or bags to show you.
STEAMER RUGS HERE.TOO IN GREAT YARlfeTY.
WHITNEY & MARSH
The1 big steamer Callfornlan arrived
In 1'hllndclphla from this port on April
Tho bark Albert from Lalhalna nr-
rlred In San Francisco on tho 1st lust
12 days out.
Tho Colon from l'ort Angeles
should bo hero Sunday with I'orto
The Urltlsh shin l.lvernool mado
the run from Kobe, Japan, to San
Francisco In 31 days.
Tho steamer Ileleno, 9 days and 2
hours from Honolulu, arrived lu San
Francisco on April CCth,
Tho bark Knlulanl mado tho run
from tills port to San Francisco In 13
days. She arrived May 1st.
The Hind, llolph S. Co. schooner
Muriel, lately In this port, sailed from
San Francisco for l'e'topaulofsky.
It took the schooner Dora llltthm 2G
days from Kahulul to San Francisco at
which port sho arrived on May Day,
Tho brig Galilee and schooner Helen
X, Kimball arrived In San Francisco
after long trips from Honolpo and Ha
This Is the tenth adversary of tho
Honolulu Scottish Thistle Club. The
event will be celebrated by a big dance
In Progress hall.
The schooner Admiral finished dis
charging her coal yesterday. It !b ex
pected that she will get away for the
Sound this afternoon.
The steamer Noeau from Knual this
morning, brought 4200 bags ot sugar.
The Iwalanl from Hanamaulu had
2S0O bags and some sundries.
Tho barkentlno J. C. I'duger Is load
ing merchandise In San Francisco for
Honolulu. She has been given nn Am
erican registry nnd Is now owned by
tho Spreckels Co. v
Letters received from Superintending
Engineer William Johnson of tho Wil
der Steamship Co. stato that his health
paB been greatly benefited by the trip
to San Francisco.
The following vessels were on tho
board at San Francisco to leave for
Hawaii: Roderick Dint, May 4; St.
Katherlno, May 7; S. O. Wilder, May
C; S. C. Allen, May 8.
The Inquiry into tho case of En
gineer Herllhy of the wrecked Itlo do
Janeiro Is all In and, nt the tlmo the
Nippon Maru left San Francisco, a de
cision was expected that -would be ad
verse to Herllhy. No new testimony
The Mauna Loa arriving this morn
Ing brought tho following cargo:
9183 bags sugar, 153 bags coffee, 181
bags taro, 31 bncha bananas, 26 kegs
butter, 4 bales tobacco, 3 bag awn,
10 pigs, 2G head cattle, 1 cow, 1 calf,
1 horso and 223 packages sundries.
AtU. in this column icill be inierUd at IS ctntt aline one
insertion', 26 cents tmo insertions; SO cents one week; 40
cents tiro weeks, and GO cents one month. This is the cheapest advertising
ever offered tlicpcoplc nf Honolulu.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. ttava remove! to
1 tat Union St , opposite the I'aclnc Club, 'ehone
Main 6s. ., . i1ttm
VOUH. HOROSCOPE correctly toll by True Gipsy
I mrthol, Prrsnnalty S,$o, ry mall fio. Send
date of Mrth auJ color of eyes and hair, Bohemian
P. O., Honolulu
PRIVATE NURSING AND tlOARDING HOME.
I Children well cared for. any ace Address At
klnson. Magoon Building. M rihant St.
OYSTIJI lIPPI2l ROASTS a
specialty. Hot Soup for lunch and dinner and
the rest cooking In t .Srtl are ts be found at J4IDd4
I.UNCH ROOMS King street, beyond
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Eipresi Co.
nas WHITE 5AWP r-UH ALfc latn
1ANTED Young nan recently from the States
VV desires position of resp. nslblltty, best of reft r-
FOUND A pair of ee glasses. Call at this ofnee
and pay for advertising. tl)ttf
Jas. F. Morgan
11 68 Qosen 8ttoai
Erj Good enerret c Hawaiian boy. not un
der fifteen, at the Hub i lot tng.house. ,siw
ANTED A secondhand bicycle, Address V.
tl. c. liuiielln umce. stating price. ib)I"
WANTED-A first-class wheel-orlght. Apply to
Henry Wright, blaosmlth. Fort St, ilwiw
WANTED Some Thoroughbred Game Fowl, Ap
ply to Dr. Sloggett. Progress Block, be'w,en
pa. m. ana , p. m.
SONOMA TO BE LATE.
W. O. Irwin & Co., agents for the O.
S. S. Co's line ot steamers, has receiv
ed word from 3an Francisco that tho
Sonoma, scheduled to sail from Sydney
via this port for San Francisco, April
30, wns not to have sailed until nbout
May 8. Possibly she might not have
been able to get away until tho 10th.
The Mariposa will take tho Sonoma's
place, sailing from San Francisco on
the 30th Inst.
Tho Zenlandla which Is to be docked
and thoroughly overhauled, will take
the Mariposa's place on tho run be
tween this port and San Francisco,
leaving the latter city on the 18th Inst.
. TO CURB A CULU IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet!
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. a rove's slgnaturs
Is on each box. 25 centa.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F.&A.M.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
mtetlne of Hawaiian Lodce No. 21. F. &
A. M..at Its hall, Masonic Temple, corner
or noiei anu Atanea streets, this Friday
EVUNINO, MAY 10th. at 7530 o'clock., J
woaiv in rmsT. nEcinnu. '
Members of Pacific Idite. Lodge !e Pro
gress, and all sojourning brethren are
fraternally Invited to attend, '
By order of the W. M.
K, R. G. WALLACE,
WANTED I adles and gentlemen to Introduce the
VV "hottest" sailer on eaith. Dr. Whtte'a Electric
Comb, patented iSoo. Agents are cclnlng mono..
i.uret all forms ol scalp aneiemi, neajacnet. etc ,
yet costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send soc In
tamps for sample. D. N. Rose, Gtn. Mgr., Deca
fur. 111. i3iQ.im
tlANTED Boot keepers. Clerks. Drrversand Can.
W vassers. salary and commission to hustlers.
Atkinson. Magoon Block, Merchant and Alakea Sts.
tlANTED To rent the best furnished rooms In
W Honolulu, not far from business section, at the
MEW ERA HOTEL, Fort street, above Vineyard.
Terms reasonable, special with permanent lodgers.
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
leslres position, (liall engines especially) Engineer.
Hulletln Oflice iSiS-tt
At Private Sale.
ilANTED To Sell Jeuelry and Watches
W n the latest styles Watches rtpi.rel.by i
jeweler ol i years experience, U. D1ETZ. utS
Nuuanu St. i8o8-tf
YOUNU MAN. stenographer and typewriter, at
once. Address "A N.'1 Bulletin Office.
COR RENT A lady or married couptt can find
eooj accommodations in private nune, dv a
d. ntlng P. O. nonSu.
O LET Neatly fum 'shed rooms In private rest-
gence, tuuacie ior cnncr laaYtjOr Kemiemina
Rooms llzhttrd bv electricity. Privilege bf bath and
telephone, nt Klnau St i8)iiw
IO LET- Two tar(r front rooms, electric light, hot
anl cold t-aih; nrst-class Enquire Mrs. E. M.
Taylor, yellow houie, Klnau street Just opposite
Alapaj street. in-iw
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms i gentlemen only.
No 41 Vineyard St.. between fort and Nuuanu.
FOR RENT t doubla and ) s'nele rooms, nicety
furnished, pilva t family, 446 Punchbowl s'reet.
TO LET Furnished front room with privilege of
light house-keeping, fei? Hotel St. i8ji-iw
TO LET First cottage above the Mormon Church.
Punchbowl St., 5 large rfaoms, kitchen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary condition. Apply to A. G.
Cunlia. at the premises. i8m'w
FOR RENT A new six -room cottage on Insane
Asylum Road. Healthy location. S 11.00 per
miuith. Appiv on premises or room )8 above First
PR RENT-Two Cottagi a at Walklkl Kent Jij
per month each. Inquire of L. VV. Merrill, office
Lincoln Block, up-stalrs. iSirtf
PR RENT House on Prospect street.
Gear, Landing A Co.
PR RENT An eight room Cottage. All snoiern
Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire ai the Mint or Favorite Saloon 1I10 tf
TO LET Room and board In private family In cent
ral location. Apply at rbg School Ft., between
Fort and Essana Jr meMf
TO LET Seftrn House, well furnished rooms with
board. Young St , near Pllkol i8uim
TO LET -Comfortable cottages on the premises of
I the Sanitary Steam Laundry Co., Ltd., M arm ion
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rovms,
kitchen and rath room. No txlra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Llfhttoot. manager. c3tf
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane. Apply J. A.
n goon. uti'tf
TO LET-Two newly built tAttagM off Llllha St.,
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE, ft CO..
FOR SALE The furniture of a six room house.
Party leaves on next steamer. Call 1481 Fort
CORSALE-Omt rubber tired Westcott Surrey al-
most new, Inquire W. E. Burne t care of WaOi
In don Mercantile Co , Ltd,, Fort and Queen Sts.
FOR SALE Phaeton, good as new, Full leather
top. "Phaeton" Bulletin Office. ?8'.Ttf
FOR SALE SU Jot on Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, nn the Installment plan. Apply
Emmeti Ma, Judd Building. Urf'i
HOTEL nR SAIE, good paying property In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent, fj.eoo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE One each. 34 and 6 horsepower
MIETZ & WEISS KkROSENB OIL tNOIMS, (new,
Inquire of J. EMMEIUTH 141 King St. n-lt
"OR SALE Soo, Futnitiird 6f roomed cottage
1 neartowa, vMih privilege uf renting ccttage,
WILLIAM SAV1DGL & CO.,
c6 Merchant St,
I OST On Beretanla stieet near Alakea. a record
book, No. on cover. Return to this office and
receive reward, i6ij-tf
A verv handsomely furnished select
boarding and lodging house of seven rooms,
situated or Beretama street, near Thomas
Souare. In a desirable and healthy portion
or me cuy.
Bedroom. dlnlneroom and kitchen furnl
ture complete In all details, and In use only
two months. Large yard with shade
trees, remises unaer live years lease.
Jas. F. Morgan.
65 Queen Street.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have, (or sale two lots on King
itreet opposite the residence of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot bns a frontage
on King street of CO feet and a depth
of 120 feet. These will be sold at I17&0
C5 Queen street
' ; 4
4. ,o.t. aaJ,artfltWk
keep you from having your
. MAIN 236
will call at your house and
treat yjur corns successfully
Prices cut In half In
order to make room
for new stock. Come
and see for yourself.
Coffee pots -45c
Tea pots 40c
Cups and saucers 20c
Sauce pans 40c
Measures , 25c
Pudding pans 10c
Milk pans 10c
Stove pans 30c
Stew pans 15c
Breal pans 15c
SEE GOODS IN WINDOW.
FRED J. CROSS,
Conraltlng and Saparintondlna;
ElPctro-HyilruUc Pow.r Trarumladon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., CJneeD street.
Offloa next to Fouc9oa. ltll
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED 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. ff. O. Box 552.
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
106 Judd Block. Tela. 635.
Honolulu Iron Works Oo
Improved and modern BUQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. liotler work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgatlom
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and r.palra
executed at abortest notlc
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Ussons In ART EMDROIDERT will
be given by Mrs. H. II. Williams at th.
City Furniture Store, Fort atreet
FJrst Class stamping don. '
MR3. II. U. WILIXaJie.
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