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EVENING nULtKTIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, MAY 20, 1001.
HAVE you tried the
If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. HALL & SON,
KINO AND FORT 8TREET.
THE EASIEST RUNNING BICYCLE MADE.
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500. IOOO, and 1500 C. P.
f63,o3o annually are palj by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Ligms; or inn amount 155,000 can ce saved.
As much light as that of an Electric Arc
and of a far better quality at a cot of less
than J4C. per hour. One 16 C. I. Incan
descent Electric bulb costs more per hour
than one 500 candle power Transcendent
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan
descent petroleum lighting Is very slmrle,
easllv cared for and Inexpensive to Instill.
Parsed by the Board
of Underwriters : : :
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, MAS0NIC temple
BMBffH ' ' -H iH - iliiUMIl
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao 8t.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
The Coyne Furniture Co., "d.
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 071
. 1 mmjr T7
M '" i B5 i '
t a- hungered
rWearv laaddas ?
Hb- J -iSSs.-V-
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art goods, and having
received a large consignment of new goods, I
must make rocun (or them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY ;
will be given to every purchaser of thee gods.
NOW lb THI: TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. :::'.'.'
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS,
With the City Furniture Store. Love Building. Fort Street
No merchant would ray twice is much
rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
tjmes as much for light ? We refer by
permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
to the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu Drug
Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where the
light can be seen.
Lights of all styles can be seen. In'or
formation and details will be glacly given
at the office of
Famous Gunn Desks
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Monday . to
Weather Uurcnu, Punahou, liny 20.
Tempcraturo Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 83.
Uarometcr at 9 a. m. 29.97. Steady,
Dew Point C8F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. GG per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
20. Weather cloudy; wind NI2.
Saturday May 18.
Am schr Laura Pike, Olesen, 12 days
from Coast Bay with lumber for M S
Gflnbaum & Co.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokai.
Sunday, May tg.
Launch, Talutu. from Kahulul.
Stmr Mokolll, Napala, from Molokai.
Schr Lady, from Oahu ports.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai.
Schr Golden Gate. 11 Mason, from Ka
Stmr Nilhau, Thompson, from Kauai.
Monday, Mav 20.
Am bl; Miuna Ala. Smith, i8d..ysftom
Sunday. Mav 10.
P M S S Peru, Plllsburg, for the Orient.
Monday. Mav 20.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
TO SAlLi THIB AFTERNOON.
Stmr Maul. Sacks. forPaauhau. Kukal
au, Ookala, Laupjhoehoe and Pjpailoa at
5 p m Fr.m Sorensons wharf.
Stmr Kalulanl, Mitchell, for Hakalau,
Honomu. I'epeekeo. unomea at 5 o m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa
at a d m.
stmr Keaunou, mosntr, tor Miauea at
From Kauai, per stmr llhau, May 19
Hab Mcrgan, K Walaleale, Miss Nuhokau
and 8 011 deck.
rium nuuai, yzi 311111 mitwiitiiti, uuv
19 H P Baldwin, J Leser, J Cook, J H
Coney. N Lakelsta, W Whlttlngton, E C
McCail. George Roderick, J F McCrossrn,
L F Stevenemann, W G Hall. S Watson,
K J Fook Pol, Lam Wal, B Komatsu, M
H mano, Yamamoto, F Achlal, Y Paaklkl
31 deck pass;ngers.
The steamer Mokolll brought 850 bigs
of Hamoa sugar yesterday. '
Captain Murchlson of the AbnerCobum
is very sick aboard the vessel.
The schooner Rosamond will sail for
San Francisco or. Wednesday taking pas
The bark Annie Johnson arrive! In Hllo
on Tuesday last eighteen days from San
The Zeilandla from San Fran'lsco Is
due here on the 25th Inst, with passengers.
man ana ireignt.
The launch Talulu was brought here In
tow of the Mokolll on Sunday. She will
be sold by auction.
The schooner Twllleht sails for Huelo.
Maul, with a big load of brcks, lumber
and macmnery tomorrow morning.
The steamer Cltv of Peking I due to
sail for San Francisc tomorrow. She
should arrive from the Ori:nt today some
A large school of full called mol by the
natives made Its appearance at Irmgard
wharf this morning. Several large ones
weie caugiu oy natives ana Japanese.
The steamers Kalulanl and Maul are
loadlne at Sorensons wharf. The Mau
takes a big boiler for the Sprccklesvllle
mill ana llie Kalulanl a lot or pipe ror
Hllo. Both vessels are due to sail at 5
The shir Fa s of C vde sailed from
Hllo on the 17th. She haJ a full carzo of
sigaranu the following passengers: H.
L. Kelly ana wile. Joiin AKau, L. Acini-
es and wife. S. G walker, wife and two
children, Capt. Oauphney, Mrs. Noyes.
The American ship S. D. Carleton will
tow over to Kahulul this afternoon or ear
ly tomorrow mornlne. The Fearless will
do the towing and an extra force of deck
hands and firemen have been secured to
make the trip. Captain Josh. Hllbus will
go to Kahulul in the Fearless with Cap
The Klnau arriving from Hllo Saturday
rnnrts the following sugar on Hawelf:
Walikea Mill Co.. 10,000; Portuguese
mill, 5, 5001 Walnaku, 6,ox; Onomea
Sugar Co., 8,500; Pepeekeo bugar Co,
o.'oo; Hakalau Plant., 10,000; Papaloa,
lu,;oo; UOKala, g,o:o; faiuliau Mill,
12.000: Kukalau. 700: Honokaa. 0.00c: Ku-
kulluele. icoo. Inter-Island steamer load-
!n; Hamakui Mill, 1,500; Punaluu,
7,0co; Honuapo, 6.500; rionomu. 4500.
The Hawaiian to Coattt.
On account of tho delay occasioned
tht) freight steamer Hawaiian making
repairs In Ban Francisco the vessel will
pot make the New York voyage this
trip. She will be here from Kahulul
tomorrow and will load sugur here af
ter discharging her big cargo. From
this place she will go to Kahulul and
load, sailing from there direct to San
Francisco. Her sugar will be sent over
land to the ICust and the steamer will
load In San Francisco tor the Islands
again. This change In the regular plan
of sending tho vessel around tho Horn
on the present trip will It is thought
iitralghten matters out.
Foul Smelling Borden.
Thero Is an odor about the old Jlsu
inarket wharf not nt all llko new mown
hay. The heat of tho sun for thu past
two iIiij-B 1ms been getting In its work
on tho garbage icowb which huxi been
loaded ready to be taken to sea for
three or four dajs nnd now their ton
tents Is causing n disturbance In tho
If you wint to buy a flrBt class, guar
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would hnve to pay for the same
nrticlo In New York city, drop in to
tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and ask to see their reduced stock,
-jf Atl. in (Am cnhnnii trill lit tnttrlttt
(if IS coil (i lint out iiiKrliini ; ..,
vnl liro liiKrllum; 30 cent imr ntet; 4'
ctnli tiro iirth, ami M ctnlf one viimth.
77ii it Ihe chtniirrl iidirrliriinjturvjTtrtil
the )it(iiile of Honolulu.
AHRST.CLASS PLUMBER has fitoo.oo to In
sesl Willi services. Address No, e? Uulletln
I A PARTY has a sum of m)nty to loan on good
M security. Apply this office. igii.tw
OOKKCEPINa Uuclit; JouMctntty. Short hul
U ncit mclrtod, alto Englltri kctotuM 1041
VOUK HOROSCOPE corrtly loM by Tru. Clpy
I itctrmj of pa mlitery. Prrannalty li.jo, by mill
$ 1 ro, Srni dte of birth anj calor of cytf anj ha r.
Bohemian P. O., Honolulu.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. havt nmnvt 1 lo
it8 Union St., orpos tc the pacific Club, 'l-rione
Main 6. iS)ttm
OVSTI1H lHIlnf HOANTS a
apaclalt. Hot boup for Knch anj dinner ani
the rcit coiMng In t wn are 1 1 b tcunJ at MIOH
LUNCH UOO.MS Klnc ttrtct. bevtnd
NOTICE TO BUIIDEKS-Th. Union Etpreti Co.
hi WH ITE SAND FOR SALE. I mtl
Wanted -a bright, up-to-date young man who
Is accustomed to office work, and who can Ml a
fosltlon of assistant bookkeeper. Arply In writing
10 i', j, tioxaiBy. nono uiu
ANTED-Brliht relUMe bny to tiarn tht print
lot buslntss and nk hlmstll eroerally ust-
il. Aply at ihUoffict. i8itf
WAnicu a inaii lurnisiwa nous lor lour rK
or Hoaiiuk. looms for hmm keeping. An
.m akivarn a. tt . . te. . !!" - w,.. v, -r ..... ...... ..,-...
i.u p.. w ... "wi"
WANTED Clerk, gent'ft furnishing More.
Clerk, dry gnods More, male or female.
Clerk, plantation store.
Bookkeeper, permanent position and rooi sa'ary
Chinese Stewart for firstclas hotel.
SELECT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Room I, Magoon B J . Merchan' and Alakea street .
WANTED ladles and genilemen to IntroJure the
' . -hottest'' seller on eaiin vr, unite s i.iectnc
Cures all forms
I 1899. Agents are crlninr mone.l"'" "" w.iwv ....
t of scalp aii ents, headaches. etc 'and .May. The crater Is thirty feet
yet costs the ame as an ntdlnary c mb. Send oe In
tamps for sample V. N. Rose, Gi-n. Mgr.. Deca
tur. III. i9iQp
CXP'RIENCEn STATIONARY ENGINEER,
" tnontUL'tiiv laminar witn nien speea enzmes,
(Hall engines especially) Ergmeer.
UANTED To Scll Jeuflry and Watches
vv In the latest stytes Watches leralred by a
jeweler of is years experience, G. DIETZ, n8
Nuua-u St. itwutl
stenographer ani ttrewrlter.
I once. Ad tress
a .' uuiijiin umrt.
IO LHTA nfrft largv riMm (tillable for lady ani
gentlvman tr tn gentlnnen. Apply No. 8 Cut
FOR RCNT- Tor a period of four months, a nkely
f urnlkhed col ta ire. centrally located, I or term!
aJJress Z" this ofiue. iw
TO LEA E For a term of three years, the furnlkh
ed residence of John Cassldy, Walklkl; a two
s'ory ImuMf of nine rooms, with large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout ; hot wa'er for bath; also, cottage
of two toom In yard. Good beach and sea bathlnt;
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASsIDY. e
tieacn Koaa. wamiki, or r. u uo t,, i84jiw
FOR RENT rive room cottage with bath, mni
liultoeroof Iit.w. No. i Klnir Place. Bere
tanla bt Inquire of F. E. King. Cottage Crove.
King ttree, be ween 1 and to a m. 1 n
TO I ET Furnished room, cool loiatlun, ncstulto
proof, if School St , near Nuuanu. 1811-iw
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You ght ( near Pilkol i8im
fO LET Funlshed room for one or two e.mle
I men Apply jig Peck Ave. 184 1-iff
TO LLT One furnlvhed room In brick house, on
i Nuuanu above Vineyard, isUaw
TO LET Comfortably furnished front room, only
$ie a month Arrly at sUth cottage on Chrlstely
Lane, right hand tide. 1810-iw
COR RENT TwoCottag'f at Walklkl Htrt $15
per monincacn. inquire 01 a i, rain, iranv
way office, Puuahou.
PR RENT Furnished room at jo Vineyard street.
near Nuuanu 8i4tf
TO LET Thres nwly furnished rooms for gents at
180 llerctanla St i8u-iw
TO LET OR FOR SALE-A board and Mglng
1 houve, centre of city, doing a gooJtu.lnv s.
Immediate possession. Apply room 5, Occhental
Hotel. King and Alakea. iBiviw
New sli-room collage 01 College St ,
1 near WHJer avenue Arrly .6 Ueretanla M,
TO LET First coltaee above th Mormon Church,
r uncncowi &t , 1 laree rcoms, kluhen and bath.
room, In perfect sanitary con Jltlcn.
Arr'y a. u.
i.unna, at ine premises.
FOR RENT-A liJy or marrlej couple can finl
trood accommodations In private hime Yy a4
J. easing P. O. Bua 8w. i8i.iw
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms 1 gentlemen only
No 41 Vineyard St.. petween Tort and Nuuanu,
FOR RENT A new alfroom cottage on Insane
Asvium Road. Healihy locaton. Sts.on per
month. Acrlv on premises or room )8 above Tlrsl
National Hank. Fort St iBii.sw
FOB RhNT-An eight room Cottage. All noJern
Improvements. Two mlnules ua k from Tram
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite" Saloon 1830 tf
TO LErComfortatle cottages on the premises of
the Sanlta y Steam Lftundr Co., Ltd.. Marrolon
and Soath streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and ath room. N extra charge for htt and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable, Ap
ply on the premises to J. Llhttoot manager. s8-lf
TO LET-Two newly built ottaget oil Llllha St.,
lust above school, pplyto
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. tV CU .
FOR SALI. One JouMe-seatel carriage! one fin
new phaeton, one srl of lurness Arr'v to Jno
CasslJy at soo HeaJi Road Waiklkl or I'ostottk.
FOR SALr-l'haeton. good as new,
top. ' Phaeton" Bulletin Office.
FOR SALE-Sli lots on Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment rlan. Apply
EmmtllMa), Jull Uulldlng. 178 j-tt
WHITNEY & MARSH
Made to Order
Shins with one pair detach
able cufti made to your
61 25- I. SO 1.73 3.00 3.25
according to the quality
of material selected.
FOR SALE The furniture of i 7 r6omi house
lerms reasonable 1.86 Emma St. tBas-ew
FOR SALE-$6j 00. A bargain. Tup buesy. ooa
a. new. retention .Drlnrs. MaJ ta ofii-r. In
quire of W Wright, I off hf. H.fiw
FOR SALE $0,000. foviso. Quarry treat. Two
cottages, one new cottage, 7 room., and one of
9 rooms. Can be rente J for ?, Part cash, balance
? per cent. II, O AUrn, Real Estate and Notary
Public, 41 N, King St. Tel in. iln-it
FOR SALE Those large and desirable premises
N. E. enmer of Hackteld and lrosrect streets.
For further Information apply to Geo, K. Carter.
FOR SALE The furniture of a 1 x room house.
Parly leaves tin next steamer. Call 1481 F-ort
FRSALE-One rubber tired Westcott Surrey al
most new In ulre W. E. Burne t care of Wash
Ington MmaMlle Co.. Ltd,, I orl and Queen Sis.
Huili. ruit aiLC, gooa paying property in
hesrtof towi. long lease, cheap rent. Ssoo.
Part cash, part mortzage tnjulre at this office.
rOR SALE 1 .30. Futnltureof x-roomed cottage
near fjwA, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIOOE & CO..
r6 Merchant St.
Slsnor Matteuccl, who has been
studying e911wus for many years, re-
cently m.t.le a report on the activity of
i.n vnlrinn rrnm lnlv 1fi1pi If lennt
"le volcano. 1 rom Jill, 1BJJ, II Kepi
constantly acthe for more than four
yeats, tho flow of lava ceasing In Sep
tvmbpr. ISW. The depth of the crater
una tlipn nvpr C.(ft fppt. fnnt Anrtl
i . . . . . , ortA - u
the Uvn rose to within 2(T40 feet of the
, ion. wnen a series or explosions wunin
the crater began. Some blocks of lava
were projected 1800 feet perpendicular
ly Into the air. One block weighing
thirty ton, and Stgnor Matteuccl esti
mate that It took t; 10.000 horse nowcr
! tn oiorr It. .',00.000 rtiblo vnnla of lava
J to eject tt
' . .i.n ol. Kai-finil fnrth tn Anrll
higher than before, so that Vesuvius
now rise 4300 feet above sea level.
The Evening Bulletin,
76 cents per
Tenders for Paiai or Hard Poi.
OFFICE OF THE 110AKD OF HEALTH.
Honolulu, May 20, 1001.
SealeJ tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlemtnt with Palal or Hard Pol, will
be received at this oftlce, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, May 31st loot.
The Palal to be freshly made and secure
ly packed In flour bass and delivered In
good condition at the Kalaupipa landing
In quantities ordered by the Superinten
dent, averaging 400 bundles per week.
The bundles of Palal- to be of two sizes
one to weigh 21 pounds net and the other
size to weigh 25 pounds net. Bids lor
supplying for respective terms oftwo()
yeirs; four (4) years; six (6 years, and
eight (8) years are spe;ially Invited, Sup
ply to begin with thirty days after signing
of the contract.
The contractor must tile a bond with
approved sureties In the sum of not less
than one thousand dollars ($1000.) condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the
The Bids should be endorsed 'Tender
for Palal". The Board of Health does not
bind Itself to accept the lowest or, any bid.
By order of the Board of Health,
4 ts Secretary.
Three New Plays This Week.
Monday and Tuesday
" The American Oirl "
brilliant comedy drama.
Wednesday and ThurHduy
Fronman's brilliant Success
"The Charity Ball"
Friday and Saturduy
AND SATURDAY MATINLE
Mrs. Partington and Her Son Ike
Literally a Screaming I'arce.
Book seals areal, I'hone-Whltc 6J1
Jas. F. Morgan
11 SB Queen Streeit
Trunks and Valises
On Tuesday, May 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction a large qjantlty of
TRUNKS AND VALISES of all s!z:s
Jas. F. Morgan.
On Tuesday, May 2 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. St.
At my silesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
nt Public Auction a large quantltv of
Blackwtll's Durham Smoking Tobacco.
Jas. F. Morgan,
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-, roducing agents or cocaine.
These ate the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and rorcelaln crouns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 2ovears'experience,and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, anJ vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell vou In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crownes... 65 00
Gold Flllln $ 00
Silver Fillings SOc
ii!Afi IhX. I. .1 r)ijr
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROUM 4, HITB liUllUINr),
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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