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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. TUESDAY, MAY It. 1S01.
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HEADQUARTERS SECOND BATTA
LION, FIRST REGIMENT, NA
TIONAL GUARD OP HAWAII.
Honolulu, H. T May 11, jooi.
BATTALION ORDERS NO. 3.
A drill and parade of this command Is
hereby ordered forTUESDOT EVENING.
MAY 14th, iooi, at 7:? o'clock.
The Commanders of Companies "G",
"C". and "B" will assemble their com
stands at the Drill She! accordingly.
Uniform: Fatlg ic cap and blouse and
By order of Major J. M. Camara.
1st. Lieut, and Adjutant.
Captain LH AS. WILCOX,
s&Yi 2 Commanding Company "G."
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
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good paper for
3.50 per an
who use its c
urons GET v
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
the only dalty Japanese paper publUheJ
la the Territory ol Hawaii
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
t&" Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O. Box w.
PJsu -ob Printing at
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Will be presentei as the FIRST of a
special repertoire, by the well known
' JESSIE NORTON
THURSDAY, MAY 16th
B x Office open Mjndiy mo'nlng.
POPULAR PRICCS-25C, 50c and 75c.
No More Dread
cfihe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-) reducing agents or cocaine.
These are the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredient to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and torcrlaln crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten ear, WITHOUT THELE4ST PAIN.
All woik done bv GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 years' experience, and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and you will find us to 'o exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell vou In
advance rxactlv what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth SSOO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Flllin SI OO
Silver FIIIlnjlB OOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best. ,
New York Dental
OUM 4, EUTB BVIIDINO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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Can satisfy your wants 5;
If you mention them In its
NO PUTTS mil
Weather Ilureau, l'imnhoii, May 14,
Temperature Morning minimum,
08; Midday maximum, 83.
Daromoter at 9 a. m. 30.00. Falling.
Dew Point C8F. -
Humidity at 9 a. m. CS per rent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
14. Weather, clear; wind SB.
- Monday, May n.
I"bb olon, McKlnnon, 9 days 12
nours irom ron 1.0s Angeies.
Monday, May I).
Am ship Tlllle E Starbuck, Curtis, for
.TKK America Maru, Going, for San
Tuts lay, Mav 14.
Am bk Edward Ma, Hansen, for San
Br bk Woolahra, TliDmps n, for Eureka
tmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerion, tor Maul
TO 8A1L THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Iwalanl, Green:, for Anahola at 5
Stmr Keauhou, Mosh;r, for Honokaa
and Kukulhaele at i d m
Stmr Hanalei, Pedersen, for Nawlllwlll,
Hanamaulu and AhuKlnl at 5 p m.
stmr Lenua, uennetl, lor Moioxai ports
at 5 p m,
tmr Mokolll, Napala, for Kahulul at 5
Schr Alice Kimball, Mason, for Kahulul
at 5 p m,
ichr Golden Gate. W Mason
hulul at 5 p m.
For Hllo and way t orts per stmr Klnau,
Mav 14 C Ahl, Ho Ton, Miss K Spencer,
X T Taylor, Mrs & A JuJsoii, Miss C A
Judson. D. Wachs. Jas Millon. SG Jic
ques, S G Doyle, frank Woods and wife,
a w Kicnar.no r . N spier, u Acuna,
W M Graham, F E Rlchardn, Mrs W
Fernandez, H Irwin, C S Hallowav, Mrs
V L Ennay. H T Walker, Mrs A V Nap
lhaly, Mrs C J Deerlng, VV T Schmidt, L
A C Parish, T E Hudson. F Suinmerfield,
W-s P Btlckwood, Mrs H Almv, Mrs S I
Sh iw, Miss M Bruns. Win Meyer, J S
McCandless. Miss T D.-nlng, Miss
Twnmey, C N Prouty, A H Loeo'ilsteln,
C O Sturtevatit, J Michaels, Geo Ross, A
The Claudlne sails tomorrow at 5 pm.
The transport Lawton Is expected here
about the middle of next week.
If the Sierra left San Francisco on time,
she should arrive litre about midnight.
This would make her time 5 days and 12
The Mauna Lea was late In getting
away today as she had a lot or Porto
Rlcans to take aboard at the Qua'antlne
Island. She left the wlfarf at 12 o'clock
anJ, about an hour later, sailed f or her te
gular Maul and Howail ports.
The Klnau did not get away for Hllo
today until two o'clock. Be-ldes her re
gular passengers she had ninety families
ut Potto Rlcans about two hundred meu,
women and children. The Lehua and
Mokolll leivlng this afternoon will each
take some of the laborers.
The Colon Arrives.
The Pacific Mill steamer Colon. Cap
tain McKlnnon, arrived from Port Los
Angeles lat even ne after a slow trln,
She brought 522 Porto Rlcans for the
plantations. 1 here were three deaths and
one birth on the vovace. The passengers
on the Colon are a great Improvi ment In
appearance over the previous lots brought
here. Many or tnem sreaK fcncllsn and
they ire better clothed.
I Ills morning thev were taken to uuat-
amine island wneremey pained and nad
inetr doming and Daggage disinfected.
Captain Hector Hrlls.
The bark HeSDer has a new master.
Captain Sodergren of the vessel wlio Is In
trouble here with th: Federal authorities.
nas reugned me cimmand andaptain
Hector Frils, for a long time assistant har
bor master, has taken the vessel. Ever
since his connection with' the harbor mast
e 's, office Captain Frils has been atten
tive to his duties and painstaking in every
way. His many friends, while they are
glad to hear of the captains promnt on,
will be sorry to have him leave Honolulu.
With Captain Fills In command of the
Hesper, she will no linger I e known as a
heil ship as Frils, who (or many years his
been In command nf sailing vessels, Is
known by sailors as a squire man and
NEW CODE OF 8IGNAL8.
Captain Gilbert llrolcaw of the Fear
less has arranged a code of signals for
ships towing on a long hawser at sen.
The signals are as follows:
1. Several short blajls of whistles
2. One long whistle Set fore and
3. Two long whistles Set square
4. Two long and one short whistles
Port bract's haul in. -
5. One lone nnd two short whistles
Starboard braces haul In (or fog sig
nal). 6. Ifour long whistles Toko In nnd
7. One short and one long4 whistles
Stand by hawser In case want to let go.
8. Two short and jind one long
whistles Oct nnclior'Yeady. "" ,
9. Three long whistles Let go haw
pcr. ' 10. Five long whistles Let go
hawser, look out for your ship.
11. Two long and one short whistles
Have hawser rcinly If you have one,
mine is disabled, -
12. If night, show light on the bow.
when signal Is understood.
TO CURE A UULU IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxatlvo Dromo Quinlns Tablets.
All druggists refund the money tf It
falls to cure. B. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25 rents.
Order; your vyood nnd coal from the
City Wood and Coal YaYds. Tcl.'Malh
Kanieliamcha Lodge of Perfec
tion, No. I
NO. 1. A. & A S. R.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Kamelmneha L"dge nf Perfection III bs
held THIS TUIiSDAY fcVENING. MAY 14,
tt 7:30 o'clock. Dr.GUEU WORK.
C. L. CRAHBE,
Whitney & Marsh,
0 Those. New
u wuii giory.
- . . . m iieen eiiiun
c is a money
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
Jjj2i"j Ads. in this coJiomi will he interttd at 1 rents aline one
J,tSSw- ' insertion; 26 cents two innrlions; HO cents one tceck ; 40
cents txen iceels,aml 00 cents one month. This is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of onotulx
VOL'R HOROSCOPE cotrmiytoli (yTrm-Gijiy
I itrttio.1 or pa mlittiy. Perinnatiy l.i-. by mail
Sa eo. SnJ dm M Mnh an4 color ot cyt ani lu r.
uoncnvail r. yJ.. lionomm.
-THE I'NION ELECTRIC Cf). hate rtmnvcj 10
I it.BUnin St.oppot tf the I'aclttcClub hbne
OYSTIJI lllIIR ROASTS a
tpecUltf. Hot boup lor knch an4 Jlnn-r anJ
th tatcooltlnfrlnt wn areti be tjunJ at SID'N
LUNCH ROOMS King Meet, beyonJ
OTICE TO BMItDERS-The Union Eiprett Co
nan wtll I fc SMturoKMLr H4t"
ANTED Mecncr boy.
1 ..egrapti o onuc.
WANT tD A mII (urnlthfd home fur four ueek
or wo.U takt tooms fir h)Uketping. An
swer at once T,D U., tMt nf1;, i3)9"tw
WANTED-Clek, tent's furnUhlnc t.tor.
Clerk, dry (to ntne, male or female.
B'f.kkrere'.rerm.inrnt position and pool ti'ary
Chinese Start for firtcls hntel
SfcLEcT EMPLOYMENT O'-FICE,
Room 8. Magoon B J . Merchant and Alakea streets.
WANTED Young man recently from the Stt'e
desires position of resp' nstMlliy, test of retr
ences AiiressC K Eul'etln. iS -iw
WANTED lailes and eentlemen to Introiuce the
vv "hottest" seller on eailh Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1S09. Agents are c I ft In mine
Cures all forms of Kalp all terns, headiches. etc
et costs the same as an ordinary Cmb, Send oc In
tamps for sample V. N. Rom, G-n. Mgr.. Deca
EXPcRIENCEn STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thorouchty familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin OnVe 18 8-tf
WANTED To Sell Jewelsv and Watches
W in the latest stvles Watches reralre. by a
leeter of 15 years experience, G,
OUNU MAN. ttenogrtptier and tvrewrlter, at
' once. Ad-tress 'A n." ujiunn um
TO LHT One furnished room In brick l.rJ. on
Nuuanuaboe Vineyard, iS43w
TO tET Comfortably furn'ihed front rcom, ot'y
$ia month Apply al sUth cottage on i.hrltei
Lane, right hand side. i8t,c-.w
FOR RENTl-TwoCnttjg sat W.iklkl Kent $tj
tve month each. Inuuir of S. T. Pain. Tram
way's office, Puuahou. iww
RR RENT rurnished room at )i Vineyard street,
near Nuuanu i8tf
TO LbT Thretnwly fjrnlshed rooms for gentsat
180 Beretaila St i8)tiw
TO LET OR FOR SALE -A board and lodging
' house, cent't of city, doing a good rulne s.
Immediate pi-ssesslnn. Apply room 5. Occl lentil
Hotel, King and Alakea i8tmw
R RfNT New iixroom cottage on College St
near Wl'der enue. Apply 46 BarctanU bt.
"TO LET First cottage above th Mormon Church,
I Punchbowl St . 5 large roms, kit hen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary conlitlcn. Apply to A. G,
lunha, at the premises. t8t3iw
PR HE NT-A lady or married couple can fin J
go d accommodations In p I vats h'tnc by ad
d . esMn g P O. Box 814. 18 tftnw
rO LET Nicely furnished roomst gentlemen only,
ho 4 Vineyard St.. between Fort and Nuuanu.
PR RENT A new sUroom cottage on Insane
Allure Road. Healthy location, $i.oa per
month. Apply 01 premises or room )8 above First
National Bank. Fort St. i8piw
I RENT House on Protbect street.
Gear. Lan'lny St Co.
FOR RENT An elf ht room Collate. All modern
Improvement. Two mlnutci wa'k from Tram
way. Ingulre at the M'nt or Favorite Saloon 1810 tf
TO LET--Comfnrtac1ecottaret on the premises of
the Sanitaiy Steam Lnundre Co.. LU.. Marmlon
anJ South streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and eath room. No extra charea tor hot and
fold water and electric llfrhts. Rent reasonable. Ap-
,ly on the premises 1o j. Llehttoot manager cs-tl
TO LET A collate on Aloha Lane,
Apply J. A.
TO LET-Twc, nly built (.Jllagel off Llllha St,
lull above school. Apply to l"eJ
WILLIAM SAVIDUE. It CO..
COR SALE Jhose larK and destrible premises
I N. E. corner of Hackfeld and Prospect street.
For further information apply 10 Oru, R, Carte',
COR SALE-Leasehold Kallhl. I acre of land with
I sm ill cottage, stable, chicken house, etc. four
years lease. it per month. Make oft, r H F Allen.
Real Estate and Notary Pubic, 41 N. King street,
leiernune ). isoii
COR SALE The furniture of a a x room house.
I Parly leaves on next steamer. Call 1481 Fort
COR SALE -One rubber tired Wettccll Surrey al-
I most new, Inquire W, E. Uurrie tcare ot Wash
Ingtun Merca tile Co. Ltd., fort and Queen Sis.
FOR SALT Phaeton, good as new. Full leather
top. "I'ha .tun" Bulletin Oflice. t8t-tf
COn SAIE-Slx lots on k'.farm'u Road, Kalmukl
I Tract, cheip. on the Installment plan. Arrly
Emmet' Mjy, luld Building. iK!
HOTEL IOR SA E. plot raying properly in
heart ot tow long tease, cheap rent. $5,109.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE $100, Futnlluteof i-rocmed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDiib & CO..
x6 Merchant St.
I OST On llerctania street near Alakea, a rrctrd
- bouk, No. on cuver. Relurn to this oflue and
rerelvo reward 8ji-tf
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
York people of ours are covering
nieir last toriunate purcnase
yards Beautiful Ginghams
from an overstocked Manchester manufacturer, at just ...12e
half of what they were Intended to bring. They came on i...tl"Jo
the Mariposa bright, new, pretty ginghams, that have 'lt,.
never seen tre light of n store until Saturday afternoon. -Jw
A bewildering variety of patterns broad stripes, narrow u
stripes, big checks, little checks, and every color imagin- '-aa
able. Several inches wider than the ginghams we have 121
tuiuis luiiiiuiei-u luueiras. 11
to make, or liolokus, or children's
saving opportunity, which you
YARDS FOR,. A -DOLLAR.
THB WINDSOR HOTEL
Is again open for the
accommodotlon of the
travelling pub Ic : : : :
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OP PART
NERSHIP NOTICE IS MEREBY GIVEN THAT
the pjrtncr.hlp heretofore existing between
J ihu Oj erklrk, Fred Harrison and W. J.
ling and, doing business In Honolulu under
the firm name and style of W J EugUnd
& Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual con ent. The W. J. Ei gland
Plumbing Co., Ltd., a corporation, has
succeeded to the business heretofore car
ried on unJer said partnership name.
Dated April 29, 1931.
1840-tw W. J. ENGLAND.
NOTICE OP ELECTION OP OFFICERS.
At at plal meeting of the OREGON
BUILDING CO., LTD , held on the 26th
di of April, 1001, at room 306, Judd
bullJIn?. Honolulu, the (ollowlne were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year i
A. V. Gear, President
J. Lando Vice-President
Victor Hoffman Treasurer
L. A. fostln Secretaiy
John F.Riley Auditor -
Dated Honclulu, April 26, 1901,
L. A. ROSTIN,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a special meeting of th- W. J. ENG
LAND PLUAB1NG CO., LTD., held on the
2jid day of April, 1991, at room 506, Ju d
Bullaing. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
John Ouderkirk President
W. J. England,.. ..Vice-President
' Fred Harrison, Treasurer
F. J. Wllhelm Secret try
J. Finney Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 2), toot.
1840 iw Secretary.
Notice of Appointment
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have bren made under
tin Department of P, bile Works, their
commissions to take effect on June 1, loot,
fyfaV "i " . '
Marston Campbell, Assistant Superin
tendent of Public Works, vice W. E. Ro
Thomas A, LloyJ, Road Supervisor,
Dlst-lct ot Honolulu, vce Marston Camp
J. H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUULIC WORKS' OFFICE,
Honolulu, May 13, 1901. 1840-31 '
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have been made In the
Department of Public Works, viz:
Henjiiniiii H. Wright, Chief Clerk.
George C. Ross, First Assistant Clerk,
Manuel K. 'Cook, Second Asstant
Mls Nettle Barwclough, Typewriter
JAMES H. BOYD,
Supt. of Public Work.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, May 11, 1901, l839-3t
Fine Job Printing at
Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
themselves . . . 12c
tor us (.ana 1a
you nave t i-a:
dresses, this 12c
can ill afford V2t
Jas. F. Morgan
BROKER' 1 m$
11 65 Queen Street
Fine Large Safe
ON THURSDAY, MAY 16, INI,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tnv ilrivin. ft ii..t n
will sell at public auction a very
LARGE FINE STBEL 8AFE
Ja8. F. Morgan,
At Private Sale.
A VOrif hrtnr1cnmlt f tirntakant r.t.O
hAirillnrr InH fArr1ntr ik.a( ... ....
vouiwiiia, wmu (WWKHljr; I UUIUI SCVCI1 itrUIHSf
sltuatrd on BercUnia street, near Thomas
square, in a ucsirarjie ana neaimy port on
ot the city.
Ri(irrtnm. iiInlntT i-rtfim in,l jrUn fiiml.
ture complete In all details and In use only
iw,, iiiuiumm. s-arge yaru wim snaue
trees. Premises under live yeirs' lease.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have tor sale two lots on King
street- opposite tho residence of Sam
Parker, Esq. Each lot has 0 frontage 1"
on King street of CO feet and a depth
of 120 tcet. These will bn gold at S17S0
JAS. F.' MORGAN,
65 .Queen street.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.-
Engineers and Bnilders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect-
rically Driven Pum'ps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal .
Pumps and Water .Wete'rs.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services