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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T MONDAY. MAY 13. 1001
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HAVE YOU TRIED THE
.v If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. HALL Sz SON,
KINO AND FORT STREET.
THE BAS1EST RUNNING BICYCLE MADE.
. s-y1 i ftiS-ye-sea.
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' For thirsty tProafes ,
a hungered stomacfcf
The Pasteup .... .,
Germ Proof Filter
k the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all im
purities and eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUR is-one of the
preate.M foes to ill health ever invented.
Every Store, Office, Hotel, Restaurant and Home Should have one without delay
A- R. HANCOCK & Co.
318 FORT ST.
Weather llureau.l l'unahou, liay 13
Temperature Morning minimum
TO; Midday maximum, 83.
barometer at 9 a. m. 20.0S. Palling.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Maj
13. Weather, clear; wind light E.
i Sundav. Mav ti.i
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, frefm Maul and
niwau ports . ,
Stmr.W G Hall. Thompson, from
Stmr Nllh.vi. Thomntan. from kfaitali
' StmrJjVaialeale, Plltz, from Kauai. .
TKK Ariifcrlca Maru. Golnc. from the
Saturday, Mav ti.
StmrNoeau, Wvman. for Kllauea.
Stmr James Mnfcee, Tullett,for Hana
Am bkt Newjbov, Chlpperfied, lor San
Francisco with sugar.
Monday, May ij.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, forOahu
TO SAIL TH18 AFTERNOON.
Am ship Tlllle E Starbuck, Curtis, for
Sai Francisco. ' , '
TKK America Mafu, Going, for San
Franclco at $ o'clock.
From Kauai, per stmr W O Hall. May
la J McCmdle-.. J Kaae and wife. Mr
Grlmwood. C C Conradt and wife, Kane-1
one ana wue, . i suinvan. Mr Kownson,
Mr Cabral. J Kuklna. Mr Kahelelke, K..-1
Kiwa. jwprisKie. swan, fjino, J Mc-,
Arthur, Choo Yoen anj wife, Ng Fvn, I
Kamoto and McKeiRue. '
Pfnm fh. Orl.n, n.p T I' V Am..l.a
Maru. Miy n-J C llothln, Dr I Mori,
174 Chinese and 1 1 Japane-e.
The schooner Philippine Will no on the
The Edward .May will leave for San
Francisco tomorrow. " . . ,
The Tlllle E. Stdrbuck sails this after
noon for San Francisco.
The schooner f wilight will begin load
ing for Maul ports tomorrow.
The Alice Cook will have her sugar
aboard and be ready for sea on ThuMJay.
The report of three new casts of small
pox on Kauai was brought by the Hall
Arrived -Schr. I. M. Colman, Peterson,
78 iliys from Newcastle; coal to John
Departed Schr. Defender. Masters, for
San f'rjnclsco. cargo d)', tons, value
l4q,fjoo.6o; brig Conuelo. Page, for San
Francisco, cargo 450 tons sugar, value
f u.700 90; Hawaii Hallway and Land Co.
Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
10,000 yards Beautiful Ginghams,
12J e Those New-York people of ours are covering themselves 12Jc
12 o wiin giory. 1 neir last lonunaie purcnase lor us ijina
12 j, ,. '. .- Tsrwsfor-yotljavoi
uom an oversiotKeu mancnesier manuraciurer,.at. just .. . . l-U,
i...i - ...u. .1 ...... !... 1.. 1 . u.i 1 1. .. .; !a.j .: "i1-
half of what they were Intended to brine. They came on
the Mariposa bright, new, pretty plntihams, that have
never seen tre light of a store until Saturday aftenoon.
A bewildering variety of patterns broad stripes, narrow
itrlpes, big checks, little checks and every color imagin-
aoie. several incites wiaer tnan tne gingnams we nave
been selling colors guaranteed fadeless. If you have
shirt waists to make, or holokus, or children's dresses, this 12Jj
,. ot miss.
is a money saving opportunity, which you can ill afford
EIQHT YARDS FOR A DOLLAR.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
Will be p'esenteJ as the FIRST of a
, special repertoire, by the well known
THURSDAY, MAY Itth
B x Office open Mondiv marnlng.
JOHULAR PRICES -5C, 50C and ;5C.
HSADQDARTERS SECOND BATTA
U0N, FIRST REGIMENT, NA
TIONAL GUARD OF HAWAII.
Honolulu, H. T., May 11, 1901.
BATTALION ORDERS NO. iS.
A drill .and parade of this command Is
tnm ordered for TUB.SDY EVbNIISG
MAYO)), igoi, at 7:10 o'clock.
The Commanders 0' Companies "G",
"C'.'.. and "B"-wlll assemble their com
mams at the Drill She J accordingly.
Uniform: Fatlg e cap and blouse and
By order of Major J. M. Camara.
B. H. WRIGHT,
1st. Lieut, and Adjutant.
Captain I.HAS. WILCOX,
i8?q 2t Commanding Company "G."
4 THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIR UIT.
tltlH'ltfrltbry ol Hawtll. Ir. rrob.n t chamUri .
a tht Milter of th csta'c of MaVtnoc (w) dfccaMi,
aii. On ra4lnK nJ Minie th r lilun of Simuel
auollr'nlnl.lrator w ih ilit will annvr4 of aald
odiM. P'aylrtK for an orjer of salt of ctrlaln real
Ma btlon Ire lu ld deceaieJ, and aeltlng forth
enaln r,a.onti why ajch real estate shoti d njt b
wild. It Is-nareby ordered that all persona Iniertited
in, tha saldestat, arrar before this cotrt on MON
BAY.ttx tTlh J.y,.t JUNb.'A D 001, at ten o'clock
a., at lie ,curt Room of this Court. In Honolulu.
Oaba, then ana there to show cause why an order
ttould hot be (rented
Honolulu. May i), ioi.
By the Court i
J. A THOMPSON
ROBERTSON & WILDER. Clerk
McBryde Suiiar Co., 'Ltd."
Notice l hereby given thit the eleventh
assessment of ten ( 10) per cent ($2 00 per
jhare). levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Kugar Co.. Ltd., Is due on
June 1st., iqoi, and will be delinquent
ot June 15th, 1901.
Slocl'.holdcs will please make prompt
payment at the oifice of Messrs The). H.
Da vies & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBrvde Sugar Co., LrJ
Honolulu, May 13 h, 1901. l8jg-gt
Olovannl Andrea Scnrtazzlnl, the
iccll known Dante arhnlar, tiled recent
ly at the ugc of U3 years at Fnhrwnn
fen lu Swlizerland, whero ho had been
tho vlllniso pastor for thirteen years,
iln was a Swiss-Italian, a natlvo of the
Hawaiian Opera House
AND HER COMPANY
A(,Splendid Presentation of
Bentfii to MISS STANTON.
undeL-.the auspices of Hono-
lulu' Society leider.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT I'AIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-i roduclng agents or cocalr e.
These aie the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and rorcelaln crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LES.T CAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
onrom 12 to 20 vrArs' experience, and each
department In chajfceof a, specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to Co exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell vou In
advance exactly what ynur work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
fiat Tenth K(l OO
'Gold Crowns A $5 00
Gold Fillings) h SIUO
Silver FllllnjjW ,., SOc
Our mm rilnn villi hft .1 cnarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
INOOM 4, ILI1E UUILDINO.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
'$ 11 IS
Tho Bailors' Union started out to
show Ita teeth this morning nhen It
came to the shipping ot crews for the
achooner Kallua, anchored outside, and
the bark Palmyra, now nearly discharg
ed at the Navy wharf.
The regular price of $35 n month
heretofore paid by captains, has been
raised by the Union to HO a month.
They have declared that thoy will not
permit men to ship for less.
The Kallua needs seven men and tho
captain Is willing to pay $35. There are
seven men willing to ship and they
hnvp been told by the Union that, they
will not bo allowed tp do so. This
morning, there was n crowd of Union
men nt the shipping commissioner's
olllce. The seven non-union men were
there also and Captain Harry Flint
with several policemen, hovered nbout
to see that nothing was tlono to inter
fere with the shipping of the men. not
ot (he Union, by union m,en and sym
pathizers, CORA'. DIVTR8 AT WORK.
The pilot boat boys have formed a
"hul" and gone Into the coral business
Sbarkcy Is the head man and with him'
the other hoys, when off watch, go out
side the reef where they know soma
fine coral Is, and dive for It.
Sack ot the pilot house they have rig
ged a staging whoro the coral Is pre
pared for sale. It Is obtained at
depth of from six to nine fathoms and
some very beautiful specimens have re
warded the work of the men.
Now that the sewer outfall Is In tha
vicinity of the coral beds, the work ol
the divers Is made very hazardous on
account of tho frequent visits of sharks
to the nelghboihood. However, the
boys do tiot seem to fear the monsters
and go to the bottom of tho sea, return
ing with their arms full of the beautiful
work of tho coiai Insects.
Lako Coplas In lioetU, famous In an
tiquity for Its eels, fins now been com
pletely drained and turned Into 48,000
ucres orj arable" land. i ''
Notlc Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments' havl been made In the
Department of Public Works, viz:
Benjamin H. Wright, Chief Clerk.
George C. Ross, LFflst Assistant Clerk.
Manuel K. Cook, Second Assistant
Miss Nettle Barraclough, Typewriter
ani Stenographer. ) ..
JAMES H. BOYn,
Sdpt. of Public (Works
Public Works Dept,'t n '
Honolulu, May u, loot. 1859-3
Dissolution of Copartnership..
Notice Is hereby given that B. Guerrero
and J. Richards, doing business under the
lirm name of Guerrero and Richards, liae
on this date, bv mutual concur, dissolved
partnership. The business will tu contin
ued by II, Guerrero.
Honolulu, May 11, iqoi, i8j8-i w
ffcgii Ads, in this column will be intc.rtcd nt IS rcn( a line one
1JHR- insertion; 25,ccnU fTro tntirtiont; 30 cents one week ; 40
cents dob icccI.h, ami GO cents Me iimnfi. Tiifa is the cheapest admitting
ever nffiM hc people nf Honolulu . ' .,
VOUN HOROSCOPE corr - tly told y True O'psy
I n ethoJ or pa mlstery, Personally 11,50, by mail
fa no. Send due of birth and color of eyes and ha r.
Hohem'an I'. O.. Honoljlu. a
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. h'va removed to
I triSUncn St. oeposte the Pacific Club 'Ph'tne
OVHTUR PBI'PBR ROASTS a
special!. Hot Soup for lunrh anl dinner an I
the rest cooking In t wn are t , be found at HIDd4
LUNCH kOO.MS King street, beyond
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Eaprast Co
mi wnu c anu run aftLc isii"
VlANTEr Anll furnish.! house for lirr k
vv or woli takt 100ml Kr hi)jkfpln)E, An
tAer at once T.D B.. IM office i3)?iw
WANTtD Cltik, rent's furnishing store.
CUrk, Jry roods store, mile or female
Clerk, plantation store.
Bookkeeper rermannl position and sooJ n'jry
Chinese Start for firtclM hfel
, S51EUT bMPLOVMENT O'FICE,
Room I Ma goon B J , Merchant anJ Alakea street.
WANTED Younr man recently from the
W fj 1 tires tKisltlon of resprnslMllty, best of
encet AdjrcssL K,.,-DUiietia.
ANTED Goo J enerret c Hawaiian boy, no un
aer niteen. at ine mup.hh inrnoue. n-tm
lANTEO ladles ani renttemen to IntroJucethe
w "honest" seller on eaith Dr, White's Electric
Comb, patented 1894. Agents are cdnfnr mone
Cures all forms of scalp all rents, heaiiches, etc ,
yet costs the tame as an oidlnaryomb. Send ocln
tamps for sample D. N. Rose, G n. Met,, Deca
tur. III. i8-QMm
IWANTED To rent the best fum!heJ rooms In
w Honolulu, not far from buslrest section, at the
SEW ERA HOTEL, Fort street, atf-ve Ineyird.
Terms reasonable, special with permanent lodgers
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thorouchly familiar lth hlh speed enzhes,
desires position. (Bill engines especially) Engineer.
Bulletin Office i88-tl
WANTED To Sell Jewelry and Watchbs
In the latest styles Watcher reralrel by a
jeweler of jj years experience, G. DIEfZ, ttS
I OST On Beret r a street near Alaken, record
- book. No. ) on cover. Return to this office and
receive reward i8?tt
YOUNG MAN, stenographer and tvrewrlter, at
once Address "A N.' bulletin Office.
FR RENT Two Cottar's it Wilklkl Kert $i)
per month eath. Inquire of S. T Pi In. Tram
way office, Puuahou. i8m-iw
PR RENT Furnished room at je. Vineyard street,
near Nuuanu i8wti
TO I ET Threi nwly fornlsheJ rovms for rentftAt
t8 Hcreta'.la St i8)t'w
TO LET OR FOR SALE -A board and todrlnr
1 house, centre of city, dolnr rood butlne ,
immediate pssesslm. Apply room 3, Occidental
lotel. King and Alakea. i8iTiw
R RrNT New U-toom cottage on College St ,
near Wilder avenue. Apply 6 BtretanU it.
TO LET First cottage above thv Mormon Church.
I t'unchbo! St , 1 urge ruoms, kiuhen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary condltlm. Apply to A. G,
Cunha. at the pfemjt-i, i8t8iw
FOR RENT A lady or married couple can find
gotd accommodations In private home by ad
dressing P O. Bon 8u i8t5iw
TO LET Neatly furnished rooms In private resi
dence, suitable tor either ladv or gentleman.
Rooms lighted bv electricity. Privilege uf bath and
telephone.TJt Klnau St. ilm-iw
I O LET- Two large front rooms, electric llgrt, h t
an 1 cold Mth; first-cIO Enquire Mrs. fc. M.
Taylor, rllow house, Itfnau street Just opposite
Alapal ktieet. i8jj-w
TO LET Nicety fumkhed rooms t gentlemen only.
No 4 Vineyard St., betwten Fort and Nuuanu.
COR RENT A new six-room cottage on Insane
I Asvfum Road. Healthy I oca t 'on, $is.o per
month, Apply on premises or room 18 above First
National Bank. Fort St. i8.-w
PR RENT House on Prospect street.
Gear. Landing It Co.
PR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Imorovements. Two minute wa k from Trim
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite Saloon Sw tf
LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. Yourg St near Pllkol ii)uim
pO LErComfortablecottaees on the premises of
1 the Sanltay Steam Laundry Co.. Lid. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 ro rat,
kitchen and path room. N extra charge for h -t and
old waer and electric llehts. Rent reason a bit. Ad
piy on me premises 10 j. Liermo n manager
PLET A cottage on Aloha Une, Apply J A.
Ma goon n8i-tf
P LET-Two nly built i Jttages off Llllha St ,
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO ,
CO SALE-Lcasehold. Kallhl. s acre of land ulth
sm ill cotlage, stable, chicken hnue, etc Four
yfars Uat i per month, Makeofte H F. AlUn.
Keal Estate and Notary 1'uM c, 44 N, King stie t.
Telephone j . 1 8 ,u 1 1
FOU SALE The f urn ture uf a six room housel
Party leav on next steamer, -Ca,t u6i loft
FOR SALE -One rubber tlrvd Wtstcott Surrey al
most new lnulre W, E. Bur re. I care cf Vr jvh
'ngton .MtrCaf'tteXo , Ltd., I ort and Qjten Sts,
FOR SALlvrPhaJton good a new. Full leather
topi PhJitCnBulleiln Office. i3n.it
COR SAIE-Slxlotson Kvpahulu Itoad, Kalmukl
""Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmet Mav, Juii BurUing. i.Bj-tt
ifjOTEL I OH SA.E, good paying proptrty in
taitj tpwrf, long leate, cheap rent $s,coo.
Part cash rartinortcagt Inquire at this office.
COR SALE $100. f utnlture of jrocmed cottage
near towj, w Ith privilege ot renting ctttaet,
WILLIAM SAVlDUfc f CO..
6 Merchant St.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
On Matlock A vent e
The people who live on Mattock ave
nue, an arlstticiatlc little lane bctnoen
I'ekolt and Kcamoku streets, compose
one of the happiest and most progres
sive neighborhoods in Honolulu. On
the grounds formerly used as a baseball
paik, they have erected numerous One
homes facing the 40 foot street called
The penpfo Kvnu 0.1 Mntljcl; 'ic
Treasury for the prosecution of pub
lic works, ihe property owners on this
street liae agreed among themselves
to curb and macadamise Mattock ave
nue. They do not propose to fall be
hind In the procession of progress
merely because the public ciib is
empty. They a 111 go Into their pockets
and pay for the Improvement of their
public highway themselves.
That was the program. Therejs n
hitch In it which bothers this public
spirited colony like n pebble in the
Bhoe of a pedestrian. Among their
number Is an owner with n 100 foot
front, who refuses to Join his neigh
bors In the matter of improving Mat
tock avenue'. Not only will he not np
pioe of the paving and curbing but
he 'insists on fiontlng his property
with a high board fence and erecting
sheds mar the street line.
His neighbors hnvo protested nnd ar
gued without avail. As a last resort,
today they have offered hlra Bevernl
hundred dollars more than tho proper
ty cost 111 in. In order to remove lha
only obstacle In the way of Improving
Dedication ol Puulon Ctiurch.
Piuiloa church near Pearl Harbor
was dedicated yesterday In the persenco
of over 20p people by Kev. Timoteo,
the native clergyman. The service
were attended by Queen I.llluokalant
nnd a number of other people from
this city. Before the dedicatory ser
mon was preached, the audience 'Was
apprised of the fact that a debt 'of
5170.53 stood against the church. .This
amount was soon raised and the exer
cises proceeded. fc
The church Is the result of the
tkoughtfulness of Henry Waterhouse,
who started a fund with a subscription
of $100 for the erection of a bulldlnc:
The natives In the neighborhood had
to travel several miles to a place ot
worship and their appreciation of tho
nmy church Is deep and sincere. Tho
building was completed at a cost of
After the services yesterday the au
dience Indulged in n feast that had
been prepared ,for tho occasion. The
Queen and her party sut at place's' of
To those who appreciate her
skih in portraiture, the return
of Mi-s Caroline Haskins to
Honolulu will be welcome.
She has not wasted her time
wh'le away, and will come
prepared o give h r Datrons
tne benefit ot the latest ideas.
Her headquarters will be at
120 Hotel St.
Kunhunttinu 7-1, lolunl !!(1.
Kiidbunianu school took- a fall out
nf Iola.nl follcgo last Saturdaj(''by da
fcatlng them in ft trail; meet tu tho
tuno of 74 to 20, Iolnnl wils entirely
mitt lnssed, winning only tluce ovents,
Knhiiku ot Iolnnl won tlioTputtlns cjicl
in er head ami tho 110-yard dnsh.
Akotus won the standing broad Jump,
En Gee did the star work for K.mliu
Jas. F. Morgan
6S Qnaen fftraat
OF A ,
Fine Large Safe
ON THURSDAY, MAY li, 1901,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 6s Queen street, I
will sell at public auction a very
LARGE FINE 8T6EL 8AFE
Jas. F. Morgan.
At Private Sale.
A. very handsomelv furnished select
boarding and lodging 1 ouse of seven rooms,
situated on Beret.tma street, near Thomas
Square, In a desirable and healthy portion
of 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 five years' lease.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have for sale two lots on King
street opposite the residence of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot has a frontage
on King street ot CO feet and a depth
of 120 tect. These will be sold at S17S0
tach. ' "
JAS. F. MORGAN,
VC3 Queen street.
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,
13) Inches In diameter at base, 91
Indie In diameter at top, 125 teet
hlRh. (New) tf
Also on hand j large stock of
Small Pumps for all services.
and" Fort Streets.
P. O. Box 101,