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EVENING I1UL.LETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, MAY 1G, 1901.
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If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
THE BASIEST RUNNING BICYCLE MADE. I
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I . HAVE YOU TRIED THE I
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX Gil. PR007E5S BLOCK.
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For ihiTsty f?iroates
a- hungered stomacCss
YOUNG TCNOCR COU
1M Caw r. Ml MUUU6
lOTIIEIJS AND TEACHERS.
The program to bo ptcscntcil nt tlia
meeting of the Mothers' ami Teachers'
Club of Honolulu, to ho held at Puna,
hou Preparatory school tomorrow at J
J. m.. Is as follows:
Subject Industrial Work.
Industrial Song Kindergarten Train
Industrial Work In tho Home.
Mrs. Sereno Dlshop.
Industrial Work In tho Kindergarten.
Miss Mary Hawes.
Industrial Work In tho. School.
Mr. John Waldron.
Industrial Song Training Class.
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' After being. In the water thirteen
months the tug Bleu vent on the ma
rine railway yesterday for an overhaul
ing. She uus found to be very foul
and part of tho shoe on the after part
of the keel was gone.
Her stern bearings uro all "out of
whack" and will have to bj replaced
and another propeller will lie put on.
It Is thought that she will bo lahl up
for three or four days unless moro
vltnl repairs are found necessary In the
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
' Lemps' Extra Pale and Tally
The btst cf AIITable Beers.
A special beer rfcommendej by physicians
as an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. DfcT
i TLR THAN .MALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend tills tw to all persons In need of A
GOOD TONIC. All city nrdersdellvered free
if iharge. Family trade our speclsltv.
TELEPHONE MIN 174.
Will be presented as the FIRST of a
special repertoire, by the well known ,
B x Office open Mndav morning.
POPULAR PMCCS-2$c, 50c and 75C
Weather Dureau, Punahou, May 10.
Temperature Morning minimum.
73; Mlilday maximum, 82.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.06. Steady.
Dew Point 68P.
Humidity at 9 a. m. ,71 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Maj
16. Weather squally; wind SE.
Thursday. May iC.
Am schr Emma Claudlna, Mlktlson, jo
days from Eureka.
Am schr RosamonJ, Ward, 20 days from
Stmr Maul, Sachs, from Hawaii with
t)688 bags sugar.
, Wednesday, May 15.
Stmr James Makee. Tultett. for Kanaa.
Stmr Nlihau, Thompson, for Koloa and
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
OSS Sierra, Houdlette, for the Colo
nies. Thursday, May 16.
P M S S Colon, McKlnnon. for Pott
Am schr Philippine, Fredrlckson, for the
Sound In ballast.
For Maul ports, pr stmr Claudlne. May
15 Mrs S E Dimon, Miss L Paty. Mrs F
A Potter, Mrs F E Atwater H C Falls
James LindsAy, J C Halrd, Miss J Han
son, Miss M Hanson, S P Correa, A
Ahrens, W Booth. Mrs W Young, Chas
Lennox, Mrs R K Kanul, P Kealakalhc
nua. For the Colo les, per O S S Sierra,
May I? -Josephine Stanton Opera Com
pany, Miss Macgowan, Mrs G b Graham,
A G Woollev.
The steamer Hall Is to have a donkey
engine cut In, her decks recanvjss-d nJ
water tight buikiiajs built, bhe will be
thoroughly renovated top and bottom.
There was quite a crowd present at the
departure of the Sierra last evening to bid
cood-b e to the members of the Josephine
Stanton Opera Co. The vessel left short
ly after nine o'clock.
1 rouble Is looked for when the crew of
the bark Palmyra Is shipped. Captain
and the union Ins threatened to keep his
vessel here until he does take a crew from
Five hundred baes of sueir and twelve
bales of Manila tobacco were fumigated
yesterday by order of the Quarantine phy
sician. The sugar and tobacco were part
of the cargo of the America Maru which
arrived Saturday Irom the Orler.t.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific metnoa applied to tne gums, no
slerp- roduclng agents or cocaine.
These are 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 THELEST PAIN.
All wotk done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 ears' experience, and each
department In chareeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and you will And us to Jo exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what ynur work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION '
Set Teeth !65 00
Gold Crowns .'. $5.00
Gold Fllllvm $IOO
Silver Fillings SOc
fesMJ i 'I' Ms fait
flnr nam nlrtn will h it cnt!lf.intr flint
your worK win De 01 inc oesi.
New York Dental Parlors,
fXtPOOM 4, HITS DUIIUINO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
The second annual meeting of the
Associated Charities of Honolulu was
held yesterday afternoon at Y. M. C.
A. hall. In tho absenco of Governor
Dole, Rev. Alex, Mackintosh presided.
Reports were read by the secretary,
treasurer and manager. The report of
Mary A. Whitney, tho secretary, dis
cussed the general purposes of the or
ganization. Treasurer Geo. It. Carter
in his pa i)e. made many practical
suggestions for Improving tho useful
ness of tho society. He advocated di
viding the city into districts, each
affiliated society to be responsible for
the work In one of them. Tho finan
cial condition as reported by Mr. Car
ter, shows tho sum of $754.64 on hand.
Tho sum of $1952 was disbursed dur
ing the year, of which $165.03 was
spent In tho relief of the needy.
Mrs. Heritor, as manager makes an
Interesting report of tho relief work
clone during the year.- Tho number of
people given relief In different ways
was 319. There were 75 applications
for work and situations obtained for
"5. Seventeen patients were sent to the
Queen's Hospital and twenty to tho
Hospital for Incurables. The amount
dispensed for relief was $1123.03. Of
4'.' families relieved during the past
year. 20 are now self supporting. Tho
large number of Blngle men. constantly
arriving limine Territory, Is considered
a grave prooiem.
Lett the Country.
Ito TakaJIro, the Japanese stowaway
released from the custody of the offi
cers of the America Maru several
months ago on a writ ot habeas corpus,
has Bklpped the country..
Hearing of the determined cnorti
of the Immigration commissioner to
have him deported, the man took no
chances by remaining hero but left for
Ban Francisco several weeks ago where
ho now Is. As he owns property here
and Is.engoged In business, he will re
main awny until such time ns his case
Is finally settled by tho Treasury Department.
Whitney & Marsh, ltd.
Whitney & Marsh, i
c". Those New York people of ours are covering themselves
c ...- with glory. Their last fortunate purchase for us (and
c. for you) was
10,000 yards Beautiful Ginghams
u '. from an overstocked Manchester manufacturer, at just
L. half of what they were Intended to hring. They came on
c the Mariposa bright, new, pretty ginghams, that have
, never seen tre light of a store until Saturday afternoon.
u A bewildering variety of patterns broad stripes, narrow
e stripes, big checks, little checks, and every color imagin-
c' able. Several inches wider than the ginghams we have
b been selling colors guaranteed fadeless. If you 1 have
e shirt waists to make, or holokus, or children's dresses, this
c is a money saving opportunity, .which you can ill afford
EIGHT YARDS FOR A DOLLAR.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
ri- Ail', in ihi column tri'I lie intrlnl
ill .? eenlt a line out inrtrlion ; !
nenlt lieu iaurtiuim; 3D cent one icffl, in
ttuU luii 11 (tin, mill W ctnl one month.
Thi i the elitl'l arlierlitiiigeieroertd
the tilc vf Uniuilutu.
A PARTY hut a sum ot mency to loan en eool
kfcurlty. Apply nlt office. i34iiw
DOIKKCEI'INQ laoeht: JouMeimry. Short busl
D ntf irclhod, afro bngltsh. Heasonablt 1041
yoVll HOROSCOPE.cirlty tolJ by True Glpy
1 mFthoJ nr pa mitttiy. Pertnnally $t,y. by mall
ft.eo, Sn4 date nf birth an cslor ot eyo and hatr.
Bohemian 1. O., Honolulu.
THC UNION ELECTRIC CO. hav removed to
I titSLVon St.opposte tht Pacific Club. hcn
OYHTI2R POPPBIi ROASTS a
arcdalt. Hot boup for Unch and dinner and
(he best cookln? In t wn are ti be tund at SID'S
l-HNCII ROOMS Kin ttreet. beyond
OTICF TO BUir.DERS-Tht Union Exprata Co.
hat WMliejjAnu ruKALc ihiu
NOTJCE iSHEREBY GIVEN THAT,
mat on Aprn 25111 uoo lip soia 10 1.
Ahung all his Interest In the firm ot Wine
Wo Lung Co., In Honolulu. He will not
Ce In any way responsible for any debts
owlnR by said Wins Wo LuneCo.
1842 2t GOO LIP.
Dp. W. S. Noblitt
KING STREET, NEAK ALAKEA.
10 a, m, to 1 p, m, 1 1 p. m. to 8 p. m,
it I 9 to to a. m. ani f to 8 p, m
At'KallhlrctMcnct from j to 6; jo every even Tic,
Bi a i mo
B, P. O. Ii.
AN IMPORTANT MEETING' OF
Honolulu Lod, No. 6i6, B. I O. Ei will
be held at Arlon Hall, SATURDAY, .MAY
18, ac 8 o'clock p, in.
Alt Elks requested to be present.
WANTED Brit ht rellab' boy to learn th print
W ipj-jslneit anJ make tilmcll ceoerIly utt
ful. Appy at thl office. ,81'-!
UANTEI) MewnBer boy. Apply Inter.lnlanJ
Ttle-rraph Co'i office. i84-t
WANTID-A small tumUhed house tor I oar vteclu
nr uouli ilka toomi fur hojse-Leerlne. An
ser at once T.D B . this office. I8.)?!1
WANTBDCterk,. rent's (urnlshtnc store.
Clerk, Jry kooJs store, male or female.
Clerk, plantation store.
Boikkeepcr.permannl position and koJ sa'ary
Chinese Stewart tot firIclais hotel
SELECT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Room I. Ma goon B J , Merchant anj AlaKea streets.
11 ANTED laile and venllemen tn Introduce the
VV 'hotitst' seller on earth. Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1899- Agents are o Inlnr mone.
Cures all forms of scalp allrents, headaches, etc,
vet costs the same as anordinnrycmb. Send 50c In
'amps Tor sample v. n. Kose, un, mr., uc:a
hir, III. 1810 m
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thorouchly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position, (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office i8n8-tf
WANTED To Sell Jevaflpy and Watches
In the latest styles Watches repilret ty
teweier 01 11 vears experience, ua uiui, rts
.1(7. lit thU cotumn WW ( intertftl
il t inn u Mfir unr tiirriii'm f -w
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iTHi mt mvnf ' 1 riu unc rcrf e
Viiro Mefot ami GO cruts one month.
Tin i the rhfitptitatlrerthhig ft er ojferttl
the prop of Honolulu,
rOR SALE I too. Furniture of groomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
k6 Merchant St.
I OST On Berctanla street near Alakett, a record
I- book. No. j on coer. Return to this office and
receive reward. iSar-tf
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
EaT- We will Bay or f,i Ot, Eat.Uli
ill patti of tha (rronp.
CT We will Hell PropertlnonKMuKi).
)FFICE, 10 WEST Kino Streb:
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
YOU NO MAN, stenographer and tvrewrlter, at
once. Address "A N.1 Bultat in Office.
rO LET Furnished mom, cool lot at ion, mosuiti
prcol. it School St. near Nuuanu. 8-iw
rO LET Sefton'House.weJI furnished rooms with
.boar. You g M , near Pilkol 184s im
rO LfcT Fu nWhei room for one or two gtntU
men. Apply no. Peck Ave. ijii.ig
TO LET One furnUhed room In brick house, on
I Nuuanu above Vineyard, i843aw
TO LET ComfortnHy furn'shed front room, on'y
Lane, right hand side.
month Arrlv at sixth cut tare on Lhrlstely
FOR RENT-Two Cottar sat Wlklkl Kent St)
per month each. Inquire of S T. Pain, Tram
way's office, Puuahou itp-aw
R RENT Furnished room at jo Vineyard street.
near Nuuanu i8wtf
TO LET Threi nwly furnished rooms for gent at
s8o Beretanla St, i8itiw
TO LET OR FOR SALE -A board and lodging
house, centre of city, doing a good business,
I mired I ate possession. Apply room 5, Occidental
Hutel. King and Alakea. i8tiw
FR RtNTNew sUrdom cottage oi College St
near Wll Jer av enue. Apply 46 Beretanla bt.
TO LET First cottage above tht Mormon Church.
I Punchbowl St. $ large rooms, klt:hen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary condition. Apply to A. G.
Cunha. at the premises, i8t;8iw
COR RENT A lady or married couple can find
a good accommodations In pi I vat home by ad
d.esstng P. O. Box 8w. i8tfiiw
rO LET Nicely furnished rooms 1 gentlemen only.
No 41 Vineyard St., between Fort and Nuuanu.
PR RENT A new sUroom cottage on Insane
Aivium ROad. Healthy location. Jn.oo per
month. Apply on premises or room )8 above First
National Hank. Fort St. i8)i-aw
R RENT House on Prospect stieet.
Gear, Landing & Co.
COP. RENT An eight room Cottage. All irndern
iim&rovtments. iwo mm
minutes walk from Tram
n ii I re a' the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8q tf
the Sanltav Steam Laundry Co.. Ltd.. Marmlon
and bouth streets. The cottages contain 4 roms,
kitchen and rath room. N-t extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric Mghts, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to JLlihtfoot. manager, ,8-tf
TO LET A cottage on Aloha Lane. Apply' J. A.
8 Magoon i8-tf
TO LET-Two newly built cottages off Llllha St.,
lust above school. Apply to
. WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO.,
COR SALE $6.ik. A barealn. Tod butcv. food
i a new. Extension springs. Made to orders In
quire ot V W. Wright, I on St. 1841-iw
COIT SALE-$g.oco. foxijo, Quarry s reet. Two
r cottages one new cottage, 7 r oms, and ont of
9 rooms, Can be ret.ted for $v, Pari cash, balance
j per cent B G Alien. Real Estate and Notaiv
Public, 44 N, King St, Tel. ). 184111
PR SALE Those targe and deslrtble premises
N. t. corner of Hackfeld and prospect streets.
For furthtr Informatkn apply to Geo, R. Carter.
t8 Ml mm..m,
COR SALE Tha furniture of ft s x room house.
lj Party leaves on next steamer. Call 1481 lort
street. li6- w
FOR SALE-One rubber tired WeitC(.ttTSurrey al
most ntw, Inquire W, E. Uurne t care of Wash
In gt on Mercantile Co. Ltd., iort and Qjeen Sts.
-A. F. JUDD,
FOU SALH Ptuelon. cooj at new, lull leather
top. ' I'lmlon" Dullelln Olfice. 8-U
COR SALE Six lots on Kipahu'u Ko.J, Kalmukl
I Tract, cheap, on th. Installment plan. Apply
Emmetl My, Juij tlulljjn ii)-lt
H" OTEU TOR SA E, Rood parne "properly In
heart ol towt, lonff leaf., cheap rent. $s,too.
ran cavn. pari morieas inquire auniiomcf.
T-. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
DON'- BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALL.MENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT.THE
AND SAVE 9 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
""t BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. 'i BO 535.
When You WaqUij
RING UP THE. ..
Livery, Boarding and
,, Sales Stables, : : :
EJ8 FORT BTRKJn
SU')le 'Pbona, 477
Hack Hum) 'Phonoi, 310 and 7f
O. H HKTXTHA
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
trainers from the Coast and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wbite and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 2to Kin;
street. Tel. 86.
W. IARSEN, M'ff'r.
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 85 Queen Street
At Private Sale.
A '''irv handsomely furnished select
boarding and lodging house of seven rooms,
situated on Beretama stren. near Thotnaa
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 monins. Large yam witn snaae
trees. Premises under five years' lease.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
I have (or sale two lots on King
street opposite the residence ot Sam
I'arker, Esq. Each lot has a frontago
on King street ot CO feet nnd a depth
ot ISO teet. These will he sold at $1720
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Cj Queen street.
1 IS '
FOR BALLAST !!
f Whlfe and Black Sand
I n Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
t&" Dump Carts furnished by the daj
m Hour's Notice.
H. B HITCHCOCK
I Queen St., opp, Unlcn Fe;d Co. TLL aqj
Notice of Appointment.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have been made under
the Deparlment of Public Works, their
commissions to take effect, on June 1, 1901,
"Marston Campbell, Assistant Superin
tendent of Public Works, vice W. E. Ro
Thomas A. Lloyd, Road Supervisor,
Dlst'lct of Honolulu, vice Marston Camp
J. H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUBLIC WORKS' OFFICE,
Honolulu, Miy n, loot. icUo-jt
MRS. A. L. KING HAS MOVED TO
the Gedge Cottage on Richard St., where
she will carry a lull line if Cl'RIOS In
addition to her FLORIST BUSINESS.
Having been repainted, papered and furn
ished, will be opened as a 1'ilva'e Hotel
on the soth Inst. The management Is now
prepared to show rooms and make rates.
Fine .10b Printing at the Bulletin
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