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Architects, Contractors and Bnlldeis
Edward R. Swain,
9TA1GIVMALt till , HONOLULU
TiajNoty OPict wlth-F. W Maclatlanr ,
9. W. BuKalaa
P. O. Boi ni
BBARD8LEE tt PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms , Arlington Anntx,
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealera in Lumber and Goal
Qwan slreot. Honolulu
P .V TRACTOR AND
)iM)lng ; Promptly : Attended : To.
Jl. F. BERT ELMAN'S
T rear of old stand. Entrance on King
ttrtst. Ordirs left at either shop, or office,
tt John NattV n, King street, will re-
a.-, nrrtrrt" ,tt!n' Ijei-tf
Cocker Bid., - San Francisco
esl ts to announce that he has
renedan office In Honolulu for the
transaction of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro
fession. Pending the completion of theStangen
irald Building, In wh'ch offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
JAR. F. W. MACFAKLANE.
400 JUD!) BUILDING.
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETAMA AKD
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings ;
aU) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jet styles
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mlngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
Wis, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Worlc and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
''""JlS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
f ) jolm mti'-u
6and 79 King Street
' . TELEPHONE NO. 81,
! OW Is the time to get lek a
gj. breftlugea teen to, and ytwr
V Roofs Put In Oi'de'
;."l. By competent worlrn
sr-ry. rr "'if. . .
(SHEET fflETAL WUEKS
" H. W. BARTH.
('.Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
it ' Metal Roofing.
1 Conductor Pips and r.iutter WorK.
Ich.iJ Stro.l, td. Qutcn na Mcrinani, 'onoiuiu.
J.fcblnc promptly .tt.atf.4 to.
i. WUlle 41.
P. O. Bot 270.
LNotice to Property Owners.
thave In my employ FOUR FIRST-
fcS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
jready to figurj on your work at the
i prices. My men are Union Men.
eatrW' C. 11. BROWN.
inrt.sons.PtiysIclans .rod Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES 1 TELE"HONFSi
rooxss-ib), ottice, Main, !j,
Boston Buiidho. Rtittice.
FOPT STBtlT, HH, S6l.
HOURS II A. , TO I. P.M t
1TO JP M.- ?TOSf. M.
P.O. BosSci. 5imjas-i,.,p it
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnln Street.
WOURS-:oto3 SUNDAY -0 to it
7 to 8 Telephone 602
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS ftonmiH l,E"!
(0:3Op.m. to "!30p.!
TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
la rt-ODeted hl office at . . .
26 Emma Street
i 12-4 P.M.
( r a p.m. J
'If WALTER HOFFMANN.
9ERETANIA STRF.bT (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. 0. Rox, 501.
Office hours; S to :o a. m.; 1 to i
. m.;7 to 8 p. m.; Sum'ays, i to 11 a. m
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS t TO 4.
304 BoHton Block.
OR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
1123 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Dffice Hours 9 to 4
. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W. G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS-Q to 12-2 to 4:30-7 to 8.
We fit glasses
We grind lenses
We pepnlr glasses
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDO , FODT STtEET
OVEP MAY A CO.
Extracts Corns and Ingrowing Nails
HOURS Dally. 9 to 12 a.m. ; I to 5 p.m.;
7 to 8 p m.
Sundavs, g to 12 a. m.
PtTIBSON J. A. MATTHIW.MAN
Peterson & MaUuewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
f.O. Box 6 i) KAAHUMANU ST
nupHOSE. Main ill
J. M. KANEAKUA,
vct4jrney and Counsellor at
Offloe: in the Occidental Hotel.
.raer of King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
J O Uox'.tc. TEL HITS o)t
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
lothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
IS Hotel 8t., Neor Fort
T. KATSUNUIYIA & Co.
A t. OZAWA. M.o.t.i.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
.aporary Odd: Room ? optttln Spwkilt poll.
f. r.l. m
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
Clmhlng Cl.,n,4. Dv.i an4 Repaired
-SUITS AtADE TOORDtR
49rit Kuarantr4 irLowtt Prlct.
)tlStrct, near Kkkul, rJ mrOrfhum Theater,
rprkev Cleanin,! ont fttt, It; Djtlng suit ;.;o.
.VI. PHILLIPS & OO
WuoUsalc Importers nnd Jobtttri
icropnn and Americu D7 loou
-J. HAOKFELD k 00.,liT
tGKLGAL C0KHISS10H 1BEKA
ur. i'orl nd Qieeu Btroeia Lci.u:t
introduces a Resolution
DICKEY 'AND ROBERTSON
SUPPORT THE GOVERNOR
The Japanese Immigration a Black
Sport on Governor's Record Ea-
rneluth Charges the Governor
With Causing the Plague.
Yesterday afternoon's session of the
House was spent In a most severe ar
raignment of Governor Dole by Itcprc-
Mutative Emmeluth. the remarks
..c.t; i.iubvu uj i.iv iiiiiU'iuwtiuil ui
another risolmlon which read as. fol
lows: Whereas. The Ooxernor of this Ter
ritory has communicated to the
House of Representatives the fact
that he bad slitnol Senate 1.111 r,fi fro.
bling to terms of tho Supreme Court)
six days after the close of tho regular
session of thn Legislature, nnd
Whereas, If such action was con-
sldered legal It would have been also
legal for him to sign .the County bill
and the r.iro !-ood bill, both being of
vital Importance to the political and
ihyslcnl welfare of the voters of this
"Whereas, The Governor failed to vuiim-u uini-mm uuiu nuu m mm
yield his signature to Die hills named: R" higher simply because he and the
now b" It therefore by the Houso of others are energetic men. In nil the
Representatives, the Senate concur- otllces the Hnwallans have nlwnys been
ring. 1 ' in tho ninjorlty.
"Itesohed. That It Is the Bonso of "Mr, Kmmeluth Is talking nonsense
the Legislature that the Governor of when he says that Mr. Dole Is responsl-
the Territory Is not In accord with bio for tho Japanese Immigration. Mr.
resents "r rcPno!o did not make the laws. Thn Legls-
'Resolved. That this Legislature by 'nturedld and Mr. Dolo has enforced
Its vote on these Resolutions express them.
Its want of confidence! 1n the ability Mr Robertson objected to Mr. Em-
of the Governor of the Territory U meluth Inking up the lmo of the
properly Interpret the Constitution of Houso every afternoon. In his coward-
the United States, the Organic Art y attacks against the Governor. He
crintlng this Territory and the rights cnnC(1 die whole nffnlr out of order as
of the peoplo therein."
Representative Robertson, as was
expected, Immediately moved to In
definitely postpone tho resolution.
"The honorable gentleman," said Mr.
Robirtson, "seems to have n fondness
for ancient history nnd rare specimens
of antiquity. Such n resolution ns this
Ir. a relic ot the old monarchical tlmis.
Such things ns wnnt of canfidenco
resolutions are unusual under the Am
erican Hag. A short time ago, Mr. Km
meluth advised a certain member of
this Legislature to bathe himself so,
that he might become thoroughly Am
ericanized. We would suggest that
Mr. Emmeluth take bis own advice, us
ing hot water. A liberal application of
s.i polio might do him a little good
.Mr. Speaker" began Mr.' Emme-
luth, rising to reply to the remarks of
the preceding speaker. "If the Gover- llcntlon of tho official gazette In which
nor had taken n bath six weeks ngo, Karl Roberts damned him with !es
conditions would not be ns they nrs than fnlnt praise, npplled to the See
now. Nobody knows better than I t'tnry of State for War for the ap
that such proceedings nrc unusual but Polntmcnt of a court of Inquiry. Tho
the existing circumstances merit mi'
usual proceedings. This Is n fight for
i the people, gentlemen, nnd I will Hght
the Governor to a finish. Neor bc
fore In my existence has n subject been
nearer to my heart and, for any mem
ber to attempt to persuade the House
to digress from the beaten paths of
duty. Is to mo unpardonable.
n bill that affected three men. .Ill
that was nothing more nor lea. than
a matter of con enlence to three men
S Z n", T ' el' T "
well cared for. and men. who In corn-
pnrUon to tho majority of people In
.l.o T.lln,.. .1.. ,1,l. ,.!.. .l.l.,.,
If the Governor could sign this bill,
ho could sign the County bill. Gentle
men, If tho County bill Is delayed for
two more years, whero will we drift
to? What will be the condition of the
"Consider theso flgutcs. gentlemen,
nnd see if they are not enough to
blacken any man's record: In 1892 tho
japs in tnese iBianus numbered iz.sco,
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krerr It t rut uf IfMffirt.M and illfllriilt hrr
i mi rnrrii 1.7 ur now tiiTrntiuni miir
ni.olMtrlnir liftn bnni.it'hrNrulnrurti'jlH. l.tk
11 Ih,, .urea. l .nr. eiiliiart'tular. alHjii
.iirti.e. (.' n-11 I111I011 nrittttd.lcofir. i:..rj
t .1111 e ,ir- 11'niM-lt o til own Ij.inie at ver?
CIR. OALTOH'S AURAL CUNIC
OFF1CB TELEPHONE 840. ' RES.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Practical Undertaker and
43 and 45 Beretania St., and 701 and 703 Fort St.,
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. t. SATURDAY.
nnil the Chinese 15,301. In 1900 there
were 01,122 Japs and 25,742 Chinese In
this Territory. In 1900 there were but
23,923 Caucasians here. la this work
ing for annexation? In all the time
which the Governor wns workln? for
annexation, he wns working v. I Hi du
plicity and Injustice und no que can
"Oentlemen. we are spending htm-dtt-ds
of thousands In bringing thli
vast horde of aliens Into our fair '
country, and what good comes of It"!
We are putting the r.nosc about our
own necks nnd are drawing It tighter
every year. Wc arc creating condl- j
tlons under which no white man can '
live. Whnt caused our lato pin tie tin
1(sh It was the Asiatics which we our
selves have Introduced? And In all'
tills luiftlnpRA. flnvprnnr Tlnto la henrl
' shoulders ahead of any of his con-1
sorts In this business. Governor Doln
wns directly responsible for our tats
til icvim ntiil llita fa nnlw nnn rid tal idmI . "
on his' r.ircniy black record. ' M
.My point, gcntlcmin, was well
borne out by tho lato May Day celrbr.v
tlon. How many of the little ones
were white or Hownllans while what
n vast number of them were of alien
blood. This Is what we have to con
tend against, gentlemen, and how
much longer can wc stand up against
All this time Mr. Dickey had been
getting decidedly Impatient nnd, when
Mr nmmeluth flI1,ihM lle ,llmpeJ tQ
i "Governor Dole Is so situated." be-
'gnn .Mr. Dinkey, "that ho Is unable to
defend himself from the cownrdly and
malicious nttneks of Mr. Dmmelnth.
ln0 governor lias always proven tum
clf n trlle frlcr"' ot t)l0 H.iwnllnns.
as they should know by this time,
I Look at the nppotntments of th Gov-
ernor. Thcio nro sucn Hnwallnns ns
Judge I'auhen nnd Assessor lloblnson
of Mau nml Curtg iken of Walalua
wu) ,,,. hnvc becn ,,, ,,,, Com.
mlsslnner had he wanted It. Deputy
Sheriff Clillllngworth has been ap-
tho session wns for the consideration
of tho Appropriation bill. He was not
upheld by the chair.
Robertson's motion to Indefinitely
postpone tho resolution was lost.
Ayes 10; noes 12. A motion to adopt
the resolution wns can led by n small
majority. Several Independent and
Republican members were absent.
I Tho hill nppinprlntlng money for sal
aries, pay rolls, etc., passed first read
ing. j At 3:45 o'clock, the House adjourned 1
BULLER TURNED DOWN.
New York. April 29. A cable to tho
Sun from London says: It Is per
sistently reported nt the military clubs
that Sir Redvers nuller. on the pub-
Secretary promptly refused. Duller
then took tho remarkable course of
complaining direct to tho King, who
declined to Interfere. It Is conflden
tinlly nsscrted that lliillcr will soon b
I placed on tho retired list.
Japan Making New Naval Port.
iim-lln trii qTi,n i !..
MMp , , annollncei, fro, ToWo
t , hnr0 f 3lBt,mal capltn, of
,, , y oppMUo'v,,.
,nk' ls 1'pl tramfomed Into a naval
t Tll0 k , M QarrM
'.,. ., ., . ,.,.. ,....
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The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "trill
you have a glass of Seattle,!' Is mors
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
Oscar Sutro. a well known young at
torney of San Tranclsco nnd a son of (
San Francisco's lato Mayor, was a .
through passenger In the Nippon Mnru.
,. . .. , -, n . . 1 I
IIV IB IJU 1IIH HU IU Jiillllld iu I'aiau-
llsh himself In tho practice of his pro-l
fesslon and Is associated with E. S
' I'lllsbury of Sou Francisco the attorney '
for many largo California corporations.
M.intifacturer and dealer in nil descriptions
. . .
MAY 11. 1901.
Q Estatilhhed 1700.
Tor eating, drinking, tat cooking.
pcrt, DIUC107S, srnunocB
B-".kf.t Cmo.. 13 IV. 11.
tu!t.t'. Clta.U1.,13.irl.iil, t91tt.c.kM,
O.ru.a Sw.t Oi'x.Ul., 1 4 lb. kn.
10. Lit 1 ll.otNaaiwoi.t. X
) Walton Baker & On. Ltd.
) Dorcheitcr, Mail., TJ. 3. A.
HENRY ST. GOAD.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Pftrtfcnlir.tttBtloQ tlv.s to porcbiM tsl Ml. .1
Htw.H.o Suftr Stock.
L0.111 N.totuud. Cui.ra ! p.r.lfi BlMka
403 California St.,
Ban Francisco, Col.
LUKE F LtDLO.ND,
CHAS. M. LEULOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At
scvsraxcs nun dino.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHDB0.M) BROKE 1
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
vital.? ot Hivtlt.d Slock Bicb.nc.
Melneruy Block, Fort Rtrest.
A. J. OAMPBKLL,
otock and Bond Broke
Mak al tka Hoaolala Slack tacka.f ..
Oaten Queen street, oppo.lt Unlet
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
CT Wo will Ho or (.;. iieki ratals It
11 pests of tho gronp.
jfy W will Bell Properties on Bouon
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . . .
AND NIGHT CALL 840.
Pianos and Musical
Honolulu, H. I.
Will be received tt tho office of the
Superintendent of Public Worka until
Wednesday, May 15, 1901, at 12
o'clock noon, for furnls..lng to the De
partment of Public Works the follow
Ing supplies In quantities as required
from tlmo to tlrr.o during the term of
six months from May 11, 1001:
SCHKDL'Li: OK ARTICLns.
Required by tho Bureau of Public
Works for the term of six months
commencing Mry 11, 1901.
Red Urlcks, per M.
Portland cement lr. 10 barrel lots
(Bpoclfy brand). ,
California lime, per E barrel lots.
Aliatrntlnn rJO Uic, TO I, it, .nt.
delivered nt Asvlnm Ounrrv nml Atn.
IllncksmlthH best Cumberland (2,
210 lbs), delivered nt Government
tlnnnrtnrn Tlnv f92in IhaV 1ft inn
lots, iieiivered nt Asylum Quarry and
Tlnnnrttir., ll.,- o.lrt 1Ka o (At. 1nta
delivered nt Government Stnbies.
HARNESS LKATIIKR AND
Cart saddles, each,
Collar pads, per doz. pairs, best
Collar caps, with zinc.
Hnmcs. per do::, pairs.
Horse eollais, II. T. or C. C, each.
1 torso blamtcts. No. 1, per doz.
Neatsfoot oil, per gallon.
Frnzer's nxlo grcase.t per doz. C
caso lots .
IRON AND STEEL.
Tlar steel, per Jli.
Ttar Iron, per lb.
Norway, Iron, per lb.
Octagon steel, 7-S, 1, 1 1-4, 1 1-8, per
Northwest lumber, rough, per M
Northwest timber, per M feet.
Northwest battens, per M feet
Redwood posts, each (7 feet).
Surfacing ,onc side, per M feet.
Cut nails, per keg, Iron Sd, 10J, 12d,
20d, 30(1. 40d. COd.
Wire nails, per keg, Bd, 8d, lOd, 12d,
20d. 30d, 40d, COd.
Galvanized nails, per keg, 8d, lOd,
12d, 20d, 30d, 40d. COd. .
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, 4ln.,
r.ln., Cln, "In,
LUIJUICATINO AND MACHINE OIL.
Tropic Machine Oil, per gallon,
Cylinder Valvollno per gallon,
Cylinder oil. "600 W" COO "M."
Lnrd oil. No. 1. ,
Dlack oil. ' . . i
Red Engine oil.
Mineral castor oil.
Cylinder oil, (Fort Douglns)
Raw castor oil, S gallon drums.
Dlnmond crusher oil, bbl. lots.
POWDER AND FUSE.
Low Powder, per CO lb. ease, 25-50
Black Blasting, per 25 lb. drum 50
100 caso lots.
No. 1 Dynamite, 50 lb. ense, 10-20-100
No. 2 Dynamite, 50 lb. case, 10-20-100
Giant PoVder caps, per dozen box
es. Fuse double tnpo, per caso (COOOft)
Electric primers, 8 nnd 1C feet
wires, per ense.
TOOLS AND HARDWARE.
Shovels, Ames' scoop, No. 3, per
Shovels, Ames' I.. II., per doz.
Shovels, Ames' I)., per doz.
Handles for nnmo, "scoop." per doz
L. II., per doz. D., per doz.
Picks, "Hunts." per doz.
Picks, iron City," per doz.
Handles for snme, "Hunts." per
doz. "Iron City," per doz.
Mattocks, "Irou City," per doz.
Ax Handles, per doz.
Planters' hoes, per doz.
Handles for samo, per doz.
Hammers, sledge, per lb.
Hammers, stone, per lb.
Handles for same, "sledge," per
doz. "Stone," per doz. .
Stone picks, per doz.
Files, flat basted, per doz., 12ln.,
14ln and 1Cln.
Mill files, per dozen. 12ln 14ln., lGln.
Raps, per dozen, 12ln., to 2 tin.
Dandy Brushes, best quality, per
Brooms, push, 14ln. glued back.
Copper rivets, per lb.
Wheel-barrows, Iron tiny, each.
Whecl-bnrrows, wooden "tray. Iron
Whecl-bnrrows, all Iron, each.
Carrlago bolts, per cent oft (price
Machlno bolts, per cent off (price
list furnished) .
Lanterns, Dlctz's tubular No. 0,
(Hones for same, red, per doz.
Masons' Trowels, encn.
Mnsnns' mortnr hoso.
Crowbars, per lb,
Dynamo Waste, per halo per lb.
Coal tar, per bbl.
Manila rnpo, per It
Sheet rubber packing, per lb.
Kcroscno oil, 10 caso lots (brand).
Two-lncu galvanized pipe, per foot.
Two-Inch gnhanlzcd stop-cocks, per
Two Inch cnlvnnlzod clltows, per
Two-Inch gnlvnn!70d nipples, long
nnd short, per dozen.
Two-Inch galvanized sleeves, per
Rnttnn for piooms, per bulidlo.
HAY AND GRAIN.
New Zcnlnml onts, per lb.
California Wheat liny, (large
Imles), per lb. (small bales) per lb.
Wheat bran, per lb,
Oat hoy. per lb.
'No. 1 Surprise oats, per lb.
No, 1 rolled bailey, per lb.
Snmnlcs of grain to accompany
Horse and JIulo shoeing, per set of
Bids must he In accordance with
the above schedule, and must be en
dorsed "Tenders for Supplies, Depart
ment of Public Works" and all sup
plies must bo delivered at the point
tequlred within one mile of the post
office, free of chnrge and are subject
to tho opprovnl of the Superintend
ent of Public Works.
Bonds will bo required In such
reasonable sum as may bo named by
the Superintendent of Public Works
for thn furnishing In accordance with
tho tender, of Buch Items in the sche
dule as may be approved by the Su
perintendent of Public Works, nnd
notified to the bidder, but the Super
intendent of Public Works does not I
iilnd himself to nccept the lowest or
JAMES II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Hunolulu. May 9, 1901.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, tha! the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Go eminent Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sou at tne date hereunder named, accord
ing to law:
AY 6, 1901 One black mare, branded
P.K. on right hind foot : white streak
on forehead ; all fours white.
One white mare, brandel K.E.I, on
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 : white spot on forehead ; all
One black ho'se, branded 1 on left
hind f Jot ; all fours black.
One sorrel horse, brand Indescribable;
white streak on forehead ; two front
The above described animals will be sold
at auction on SATURDAY, MAY 25,
loot, If not called for prior to the date of
18)6731 Pound Master.
TENDERS FOR ROLLED BARLEY.
Office of the Board of Health, 1
Honolulu, H. T. May oth, 1901. 1
Tenders for furnbhlng the Board of
Health w Ith Rolled Barley for use of the
Board of Health.Stables will be received at
the office of the Board of Health up to is
o'clock noon, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15,
The contractor Is to furnish about tjo
1 bags Rolled Barley per month from date
of contract to December 31st. tool. Tender
to be for actual weight delivered at the
The Board of Health does not bind it
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
CH S. WILCOX,
iS6-3t Sectetaiy Board of Health.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Office of the Board of Health, 1
Honolulu, H.T., May 8th, igoi.
Notice Is hereby given that the Board
ofHejIth has elected C. B.COOPER
M. D , President of the Boa'd of Hralth.
CHAS. W ILCOX.
I8j6-)f Secretary Board of Health.
DON'i BUY YOUR FURNMTURE ON
THE INSTALMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE ISO' it WILL PAY YOU TO
6"" BUY TOR CASH.
New Gocds Received by Every Vessel
il.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR FORT.
H. - BO 515.'
RING DP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : :
.... 518 FORT 8TREJTX.
Stable Phono, 477
Haoa. 8Uud 'Phones, 319 and 77
r o tf,t,T,T!A
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
iteamers from the Coast ndwe check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
While and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
itreet. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEH, Wf't.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tt? Dump Curls furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St.. opp. Unlcn Fed Co. TfcL 193
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
THE TRUSTEES OF HONOLULU
Lodge, No, C1C, 11. P. O. K., deidie op
tions on tho purchase of property near
tho buslncsfj center 'tt the city, Any
persons having such property for sale
nre requested to communicate with one
of the undeislgned trustees,
A. V. GEAR,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
T. J. CHURCH.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news ot the day.
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