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l ' EVENING nULtETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY IS 1901,
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HAVE YOU TRIED THE
If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. tfAIJUt& SON,
KING AND FORT 8TREET.
THE EASIEST RUNNING BICYCLE MADE.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn 'Desks
HnndHomu I-lnli-.h II
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
H P. Q BOX 621.
PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONX 971 8
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r"uooa Otteere -fs?
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X For thirsty tftroafes
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S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Letups' St. Louis Beer
Lemps' Ertra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers.
'special beer recommenJeJ by phys'clans
is an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. BET
TER THAN AlALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
GOOD TOMC. All city orders dell verrd fr.e
f charge- Family trade our specialty.
TELEPHONE MAIN 17-i
MRS. A. L. KING HAS MOVED TO
the Gedge Cottage nn Richard St., where
she will carry a lull line of CURIOS In
addition to her FLORIST BUSINESS.
Having been repainted, papered and furn
ished, will be opened as a Pilvate Hotel
on the 20th Inst. The management Is now
prepared to show rooms and nuke rates.
Lodge Le Progres De.'Oceaiie
No. izj, A. & A. S. RITE.
. QUO VADIS
Will be presented as the PIRSTof a
special repertoire, by the v. ell known
THURSDAY, NAY 16th
B x Office open Monday morning.
POPULAR PRICES- 25c, 50c and ;5C.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
s.-ientlfic method applied to the gums. No
sleep-i reducing ageits or cocaine.
inese are tne oniv cental panors in
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLlANCfcS
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from Aitural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THELE-.ST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 vears' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to 'o exact
ly as we advertise, we will tell you in
advance exactly what your work will cost
Dy a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth .'.$800
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold FUUnAe, $IOO
silver rulings ouc
THERE' WILL BE A SPECIAL
meeting of the above lodge at 7:10 o'clock
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, May
15th, at Its hall, Maonlc Temple.
WORK IN THIRD DEOnKC.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N'" 821 and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
Although tho steamer Iwalanl left
tho harbor a good Mftatn minutes
ahead of ths'Hannlel lust evening tho
latter cntight anil paused the former
pride of the llect Dororo sno wat
moro than five miles off port.
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM 4, HITS BMLUIIO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
THE WINDSOR HOTbL
' ' MAUI
Is again open for the
accommoJotlon of the
travelling public : : : :
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
1840 IW PROPRIETOR.
Weather Durcmt, Punahou, May 15.
Temptraturo Morning minimum,
(; Midday maximum, S3.
Uarometer nt 9 a. m. 30 02. Rising.
4 Dew Point 671-
liumuiiiy at'9 a. m, cs per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
15. Weather fair; wind strong E.
Tuesday, Mav 14.
Stmr James Makee.Tullett. from Kauai
with 2810 bags of sugar for H Hackfeld &
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, from Oahu
Wednesday, may 15.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai.
Stmr Mlkahala. Gregory, from Kauai.
Am bl Cevlon. Wlller..7 davs from Lv
OSS S erra. Houdlette. davs 16 hrs
irom san rrancisco.
schr f annle Adele. 5 days from Kauai.
'lues jay, Mav 14.
Stmr Iwalanl. Greene, for Analiola;.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Honokaa
and KUKulhaele .
Slmr Hanalel, Pedersen, for Nawlllwlll,
Hinamaulu and Ahuklnt.
Stmr Lehua, Bennttt, for Mnlokal ports.
Stmr Mokol II. Nanala. for Kahulul.
Schr Alice Kimball, Mason, for Kahulul.
schr Uolden uate, W Mason. lor Ka
hulul. Stmr Walaleale, Plllr.for Walmea.
Wednesday, May 15.
Am bk Snow & Burgess, Olesen for the
Sound In billast
Am bk C D Bryant, Calley, for San
Francl'co with sugar.
Hr bk Woolahra. Thompson, for Eu-
TO SAIL THIS AFTKIINOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kapaa
at 4 P m.
btmr isitniu, 1 nompson, lor Koioa and
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Hawaii ports at 5 p m.
OSS Sierra. Houdlette. for the Colo
nies at 8 pm.
From San Francisco, per O S S Sierra,
Mav 15 E J Benjamin, MrC O Bergtr,
C Birch and wile, Geo Connors, Mrs
Cummlngs, Miss Cummlngs, H F S
Davis and wife, S Dolllver and wife, Mrs
F P Dolllver. Lillian Dolllver, W J Elle
ford and wife, Miss Eveline, Rev W Pel
mv and w Ife. J Flower. T S Hall. Col A
G Hawes, Miss H Hoffman, Mrs M G
Homnan, l u tlogue, t-. ualser, J I
Km pp. Peter Kravman. Miss A LalrJ.
Geo D Linn, Miss Lunlng, .Miss H Mac
farlane. Mis L Macfarlane, J E Morgan
and Ife, J S Newman, T J Norton, Miss
It Norton, Miss S Norton, Mrs C Olson,
W H Rice and wife. J Roberts, M s W
Ryder, Master Ryder, R W Spildlng.
Chas Sullivan, C Taylor, C D Vincent.
V Waldron. W Walling, L Watson and
wife. PLWenwr, C Welnshenk, BF
White, wlte and two children, Miss Wide
man and maid. RS Williams. Miss C B
Williams, F Wyman, For Pago Pago:
Wm Gell. For Auckland: Jas Aters n,
H M Singleton. For Sydr ev: F H Cham
berlain, wife and child, F Cole, wife and
child, R F D nsmote, R Gill and wife.
Miss Gill, J R Hunter and wife, G T
Irving, MmM R Jones, W P Klser. wife
and child, J E Lowes, Mrs A MarquarJ,
F T McHenrv. C-L S Laferme. Wm Mc
Lean, D H McLeod, Miss J McLeod, Mrs
A Morgan and Infant, J Morton, Jr. and
lllllA 1 F rVlAtitMt. .f I A KlAinmAn
Miss V Newman. HY Noyes. Miss J
roweii, Mist J Mepnen. Mrs J Mitt, J u
Van Ho bv. W W V rtue. W A W inz
ham, Mrs Wm Wolff Join at Honolulu
for Svdnev: A G Woo ev.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, May
15 Miss Lizzie Godwin, Miss Flora
Kauai, Mrs J Dyson and family, C Mett,
Masuda, Slngker and 4 on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, May 15
r - tjerueman, loung un.
For Maul ports, p-r stmr Claudlne. Mav
.. fp C C hinn. 111. I I.... M C
3 '! k. KJ .I1IUII, ,MI39 k. I illy. IT113 I
A Potter. Mrs F E Atwater H C Falls,
James Liiusiy, J u tiaird, miss J Han
son. Miss M Hanson. S P Correa. A
Ahrens, W Booth, Mrs W Young, Chas
Lennox, Mrs K K Kanul, V Kealakalho
The Claudlno sails this afternoon
at 5 p. m.
The Mlkahala brought 5100 bags Maka4
well sugar to Alexander & Baldwin.
I hr Noeau this morning brought 4000
bags K. S. Co., ugar hr the S. N Castle.
The barkcntlno S. N. Castle will
probably leave f.r San Francisco to
day. Captain Hector Krlls of tho'Hesper
expects to sail for Eureka tomorrow
The Gerard C Tobey was on the boar J
to sail from San Francisco for this port on
the 9th Imt.
Tho barks Woolahra and Snow &
Burgess did not sail yesterday. Thoy
will probably get away today.
Tho steamer James Makee arrived
from Ianamaulu yesterday with 2810
bags of sugar tor Hackfeld & Co.
Tho crew of the American shin S. D.
Carleton which was to have towed to
Kahulul today left tho shlD yester
day. . j,
The schooner Phlllpnlrro went on
the marine railway yesterday. As soon
as she comeB off tho steamer Hall
will go up.
Quito a party of freight clerks and
assistants expect.to leave for Kahulul
in the steamer Claudlne this afternoon
to discharge tho Hawaiian,
'The transpoit Lawton .expected here
f om San Francisco next week will not
all from San Francisco until the z;th
Inst. She should arrive here about the
2nd of June.
Captain Clarke's twins, the schoon
ers Allco Kimball and'-Golden Gate,
sailed out of tho harbor last evening
unattended by their regular convoy,
tho Mokolll. '
Between the jrd and o'h Inst, but two
vessels from Hawaii arrived In San Fran
cisco. Thev were the Y.etha Nelson: 21
days from Kahulul and Zealandla, 7 days
from tnis port.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall Is 'laid
up. On her last trip a bad leak was
discovered and tho vessel's bottom
will have to havo a thoiough over'
hauling before sho Is again sent to
Tho steamer Colon will not wait for
a -sugar cargo. She Is oxpected to
leave for Port Los Angeles direct to
morrow and will return In about twenty-four
days with another shipment
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Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
12 c Those New York people of.ours are covering themselves , .12c
loj, r- with glory. Their last fortunate purchase for us (and ,,,, i'jic
I ill,, . J iui yuuj was
0:: ::::::::: 10,000 yards Beautiful Ginghams
-ic t, from an overstocked Manchester manufacturer, at Just
jim c half of wh t they were intended to bring. They came on joi0
124 o! !!!!?!! .": tl,e Mar'P'a bright, new, pretty ginghams, that have ' j ' nl0
.01 ., mi. m;u ipiii uiiiu, new, 'n.iiy uiKiiauis,
1? never seen tre light of a store until Saturday
:"Jti j" "'"'k bewildering variety ol patterns broad strffi
-i"5 ' stripes, big checks, little checks, and tfvery col
1-Ji-' able. Several Inches wider than the cincham
light of n store until Saturday afternoon.
' color imacln-
J L' able. Several inches wider than the cinchams we have
liMc..." been selling colors guaranteed fadeless. If you have
12j'c. . . , shirt waists to make, or holokus, or children's dresses, this 12jc
12 c is a money saving opportunity, which you can 111 afford 2c
12e...- ot m!s. ' 12C
EIQHT YARDS FOR A DOLLAR.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
lftif, in tiu ioUmn nut to inttrttd j
Wa i Mm m Umt om tKttttion: l ttntt tta
tHHttttni to etntt em with, 40 unit two mki
tnj to unit out ntntk. J tit it the tbtatxit Jtt
tittnr ruftifrf ttt ptopi r Honolulu,
A PARTY hi a lum of money to loatwti po-1
BODKKCEP1NO tauglit Joubtemtry, 5hort bji
ntu mttltoJ. Ho tnLTUh Keonab 1041
VOL'M HOROSCOPE coirKtly Mi by Tru G'pw
I ncthoj or p mltlety. Ptrsnalty Ji.ie, by trjll
fi e. Sin 4 dtte o( blnn ni color of cys tni ha r.
UoDtmiin H. u , Honolulu.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. hat rwnrwi to
I tuot'n on St .oppoi le the lUcinc Clbt fit re
M'n6i. ? , iSji-im
Ovs'i'izn rcinm roasts
.tiecljity. Hot Soud for lunch anJ Jlnnr An4
the tt cimklne In t wn r 1 1 te touni al SilDft4
LUNCH ROOMS Klnc street. toni
OTICE TO OUILDCRS-The Union Cipren Co
nik wniibMnurUK alc mipi
wan 1 en.
WANTED-Bilthl n'Uh'c boy to barn Ilia rrlnl
lac business anJ make hlmMll Encall) qsi
lal. Arr'y at Oil, nlllct. ''iil'l
ANTED-Me.wiiK.r boy. Apply Inter InlanJ
I elgrapm.o nmce. id,.w
WANTtD A mall furnlihei huuse for tn ir we
or woulJ tjkt looms f r hoJfkeeplnft An
twer at on T.D B , ihl oflci. i8)-t
ANTED Cletk cent's furnishing store.
Clerk, dry gooas store, male or icnuit
Clerk, pianuiion store.
Hookkerper permanent position anl rnod sa ar
Chinese stwart for firkt-ctat hAtel
SFLECT EMPLOYMENT O-FICL
Room I Magoon B J . Merchant and Alakea trett
WANTED ladles and eentlemen t IrtroJucethe
' hottest" seller en earth Dr. hlte a Electric
Comb, ra tented 1899 Agents are c Inlnjr mone
Cures all forms of scalp all ems, head terns, etc
yet costs the same as an ordinary ctmb. Send mc In
lamps for sample D. N. Rose, O n. Mtcr , Deca
EXPSRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER.
thoroughly familiar with high speel engines,
desires position. (Uall engines especially) Ergmeer,
Bulletin Office i88-tf
ANTED-To Sell JEwtiRyAND Watches
In the latest stvles Watches reinlred bv a
jeweler of is years experience, U, DlfcfZ ntS
Nuusiu St, t9Stf
OUNU MAN, .itrnorrarli.r and typewriter, at
1 once. Adlrn"A N" Bulletin Olfic.
rO LET ru-nKlied room for one or two ?intl
men Apply uo Pack Av la.t-ig
TO LET One furnished mom In brick house, on
Nuuanu above Vineyard, IB.")-.
TO LET Comfortably furnished front renm, only
Si a month Arptv at sUth cottaca un Uirlst.l
Lane, right hand side. i8io-iw
:OR RENT TwoCottar-iat Walklkl Hert Jtj
pet month each. Inquire of S. T. J'aln, Tram
ay-.i.oirice, Puu.hou iBg.w
COR RENT Furnished room at )i Vineyard s.r.et,
near Nuuanu tiio-if
TO LET Threi nwly furnlshid rooms for gertsat
,80 Ueretanla St i8)t-iw
TO LET OR FOR SALE-A board and1 lojglnr.
I house, cent-, ot city, dolna a ffood hutlne,.
Immediate possession. Apply room 5. Occidental
Hotel, King and Alak.a i8i.-iw
R R NT New six-room cottapa on Code?. St .
'near Wilder anue. Apply .6 Beretanla bt.
TO LET First cottage above the Mormon Church,
I'unchbowl St , 1 large rooms, kitchen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary conlltlcn. Apply to A. G.
Lunha, al tha premise, i8t8-iw
OR RENT A lady or married couplt can fin
eood accommodations In clival horn by ad-
d.esslnraP. O Box8t., iBjfi-iw
rO LbT Nicely furnished rpomst gentlemen only,
bo 4) Vineyard St. between Fort and Nuuanu.
FOR RENT A new six-room cottage 01 Insar
Asylum Road. Healthy locat'on. St.on per
month. Apply on premises or room 18 above First
National Hank. Tort St. t8llaw
;OR RENT House on Prospect street. Apply to
Gear. LaMlng it Co t8M-H
COR RENT An eight room Cottag. All rrndern
I Improvements. Two minutes wak from Tram
way. Inquire at tha Mint or Favor'ta Saloon i8j tf
TO LEI Comfortable collates on th premises of
th Sanltaiv Steam Laundry Co . Ltd . Marralon
and South atreets. Th cottaees contain 1 rocms.
kitchen and path room. N" extra charge for hit and
cotd water and electric lights Rent reasonable. Ap-
piy on tne premises 10 j LifMioot manager oa-tr
New YorU, Hay 9. A special to tho
Heralil from Washington sns:
American mpltalUtH may ho nsked
l)ytht Chinese Ouonnient to snb
nciibe to the loan It will htno to nego
tiate to pay the Indemnity to ha exact
liy the Powers.
Wu Tins rang, the Chinese Minister,
mnl New York nnjinclers hno heen In
communication on thin subject. The
rommunlcatlons nre entirely nnotTlclal
anil lme therefore been kept very
rjtilct. NeerthelcK8, I1 has tlevelopeil
that the Idea has been favorably re
ceived In New York. It Is. of course,
Impossible to say what tho outcomo
will be, as International politics will
liave an Important Influence updn the
placing of the loan, but Intelligent Chi
pamen favor obtaining subscriptions
from the- United States.
The Chinese Government Is well
owaie that provided t he "open door"
be conceded the United States at this
moment would not go beyond a formal
piotest In case of tho division of China.
The situation would bo changed, how
ever. It Chinese bonds valued at mil
lions of dollars were held by American
All that the Chinese. Minister has
doneh n3 been to makcl nqulrles and
American financiers have given an In
dlcatlon of what the- are willing to do.
The loan will be very large Special
Commissioner Itockhlll has cabled to
the State Department that the Mints
tcrs had agreed upon $337,000,000, but
he Is still trvlng to secure a reduction
of this amount but the lower It is the
easier It will be for China nnd tho hot'
ter the terms upon which sho- can
roielgn representatives In Peking
will undoubtedly bring strong pressure
to lir.ar In behalf of tlid placing of the
loan In their respective countries. Mr.
Rockhlll Is not expected, however, to
Join In such a movement. It Ib within
the range of iipsslbllltl0n that China, in
order to satisfy all tha Powers, may
decide to place In each country a loan
equal to the Indemnity duo that par
ticular nation. In this event tho Unit
ed States will probably ho less than
$20,00.600.000, and perhaps only 12.
C00.000 In case Its proposal for each
Power to reduce Its InJemnlty demand
should he adopted.
8IERRA'8 FAST TRIP.
The steamer Sierra after, a Tine trip of
nve aav ana Mwrrn nours irom san
Francisco arrived off the harbor at day
break this morning She hid a great
number of passengers for this port and a
large cargo of general merchandise. Among
rur passengers are the Elleford Company
hlch l to open at the Orpheum tomor
row' ev enln? In Quo Vadls. The company
has broueht an Immense amount of scen
ery and baggage with It and the wharf
was piled nlgn as tne tnings came asnnre
1 ne alerra leaves tor tne uoonies at o
Jas. F. Morgan
ti OB Queen fttreet
Fine Large Safe
ON THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1901,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At rny salesroom, 65 Queen street,
will sell at public auction a very
LARGE FINE STBEL 8AFE
-fj LET A eoltaae on Aloha Lana. Apolv J. A
TO lET-Two newly built katU.t off Llllria Si ,
- uat above school. Apply to .
WILLIAM SAVIDCIE it CO.
FOR SALE -$63 00. A bargain. Top buggy, good
as new. Extension springs. Made to order. In
quire of VV W. Wright. Fort St. i8.i-iw
"COR SALE $9,000. foxijo, Quarry l rect Two
collages one new coiiage, T mom I, an J on 01
o rooms Can b rented for Sgo, Part cash, balance
; per cent II Q Allen, Real Estate and Notary
Ihjbllc, 44 N. King St. Tel. je. iBn-it
FOR SALE Thoselarge and desirable premises
N. fa, corner of Hackfeld and I'rosruct streets.
For lunhir Infonnallgn apply to den, R. Carter.
. , i8-i
COR SALF Th turn tur of a s x room house
4 Party leav.s on next steamer. Call i8f Fort
street it)6 w
Tho Philippine Argonaut of April
"th pulitlshes n report of tho death of
Captain Whiting tomrnander of tto
Monndnotk now in th China station.
Ini.ulry among Mis. WIiIIIuk'h rela
tives in this dty fulls to produce any
confirmation of tho report.
FR SALE -One rubber tired Weslcclt Surrey al
most new. Inquire W. L, purne I care of Wash
Ington Meicailll Co, Lid, I ort and. Queen Sis.
FOR SAl r Phaeton good as new. Full leather
lop.J; I'ha.ton" Uullclln Otlice ."
COR SALE-Slx'lotson Kspahuiu Road, Kelmuk!
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmetlMa, Juld Dtllldlng. i.tf s-Tf
HOTEL TOR SAl E, good paying properly In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent Sj,coo
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this olfic
COR S"Atfc $oo Futnlturaot s-roomed cottag
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDbE e CO..
6 Merchant St.
To tlose wjp appreciate her
skill in portraiture, the return
of Mi'-s Caroline Haskins to
Honolulu will be welcome.
She has not wasted her time
while away, and will come
prepared to give h.r catrons
ihe'beriefit ot the latest ideas.
Her headquarters will be at
120 Hotel St.
Sie uso of the Singer in millions of
hemes shows the unprecedented suc
cess' of these ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing pioof that the Singer
excels In all kinds of family sowing
and nrt needle work. All our sewing
machines are of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. I). Her
eorscn, ngent, JCV4 Bethel street, P. O
LOST On Beretania street near Alakta, a record
book, No on cover, Rtturn to this office and
receive reward, iBsr-ii
Charles Unster, e-?iciotniy of tho
Tieasury and at ono tiino talked of as
Governor of Hawaii, has filed a peti
tion In bankruptcy.
Jas. F. Morgan.
At Private Sale.
A verv handsomely fnrnUh-rl .l.t
boarding and lodging home of seven rooms,
situated on Beretanla 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 of CO feet and a depth
of 120 tcot These will t sold at $1750
JAS. T. MORGAN,
65 Queen street.
Notice of Appointment.
Notice Is hereby given that the folldw
Ing appointments have been madeAinder
the Department of Public Works, their
commissions to take effect on June I, toot,
Marston Campbell, Assistant Superin
tendent of Public Works, vice W. E. Ro
Thomas A. Lloyd, Road Supervisor,
DUtrlct of Honolulu, vice Marston Camp
J. H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUBLIC WORKS' OFFICC,
Honolulu, May 13. iqoi. icUo-3t
Notice Is hereby .given that the follow
ing appointments have been made In the
Department of Public Works, vh:
Benjiwiln H. Wright, Chief Clerk.
George C. Ross, First Assistant Clerk.
Manuel K, Cook, Second Assistant
Miss Nettle Barradough, Typewriter
JAMES H. BOYD,
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu.-May II, loot. 1839-31
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