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SHIPPINi INTELLIGENCE '"," T, ' ' t ' -. i ."
Woatbcr Dureau, Punahou, May 21. ' . . . , , , ' ' Ij -' . ''' ' - :.'
Temperature Morning minimum ' 3 ' ' t- ' ' ' ';.- ' ' ''. , , v!k
i61J Midday maximum, 83. 1' .:( . ' -. W,. ''f?Q-
Barometer at 9 a. ra. 3&.02. Rising -J1-,. 7 '" " " .- . ;-
Rainfall 0.00. ! - . ' r '., ' m ,,
. Dew Point 69P. " fSMHIfw ..&.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May MM ' . . h
8L Weather cloudy; wtnd SB. ' , ..aSM-- .. sMv . rJt-i".
i i- .M . - - t- tutmvMm.
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If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. HAUL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
THE EASIEST RUNNING BICYCLE MADE.
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
6o,ooo annually are palif by the People of Honolulu for
EtectrlcUghts; of this amount f 55,003 can be saved.
As much I lent as that of an Electric Arc
anJ of a far better quality at a cost of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
tfcan )c per hoirr. One iG C. P. Incan- times' as much for light ? VVe refer by
iesctnt 'Electric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Crcim Parlors, also'
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllster Drug Co., .Honolulu Druz
Arc. (The Transcendent syMsmlpMnnm-JCo. and thelHaivallan H9M, where the
Ascent petroleum llchtlnz Is 'trv slmole. Ileht can'be seen.
lasily cared for and inexpensive, to Install.
Passed by the Board
of Underwtlters :' : :
IS, ASSURED BY
Tlje Latest Improved ' .u
Machinery, - "-
Experienced and Com
' petent Labor.
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
fitted for ' ,
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. .
" Up Town Office In the OLD
The Gunn Sectional
5 OfMco unci
The Coyne Furniture Co., u.
P. O. BOX OJI. PROGRESS
Mr M . . m
5 - - n
! import r.T?rerrainmftk
' For tmrsty
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS;
Being overstocked wltri art Roods, and havlnj;
received a large consignment of new goods, 1
must make room (or them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
v AT COST.'
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY , '
will be given to every purchaser of thee gosds. j
NOW IS THE TIME' to purchase goods for sum- B
mer fancy work. ::::;: r
MRS. H.' tf. WILLIAMS,
Wllh the Cltv Furniture Store. ' Love Building. Fort Strtet
m. t j4i isr.s
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miii n MTtDtny , ro is V
so-32 CAuromiA ST, sr,
No merchant would n.iv tvulo mnrh
Lights of all styles can be seen. In'or-
formation and details will be gladly given
at the office of
COMPANY, MASONIC T1MPtB
Laundry, Kawalahao 8t.
ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
Book - case
Famous Gunn Desks
Hnndsomo Finish H
BLOCK. PHONE 071 J:
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v PACKED ON FARM
17Z2Jv CLEAR LAKE
sjKJMJ 7 Wm
I! though Canned
fresh and 5wr
AKRIVED. . JJ
Mondav. Mv io..
.rAm bk S C Allen, Johnson, 18 days
uays irom san rrancisco.
TUesdaV. May 2t.
Stmr Maul, Sacks, return, from,, sea
dsmiged. " I:
StmrMauna Loa, Slmeron,from'Kona,
ivau ana maui pun.
Mondav. Mav 29,
Stmr Maul, SacM, for Paiuhau, Kukal
au. Oaka a. Launihnchoe and Pjn.ulni.
StrnVKalulanl. Alltcliell, for Haka au,
jStmr James Makee. Tullett. for Kapaa.'-
1 1 stmr, Neaunnu. Mosner, lor Kllauea..
m snips u uieion, Amtsuury, ipr.
lanuiui 10 '0.1Q.
Schr l.uka, Katua, for Kauai.
Schr Fannie Adele, DuJolt, for Kauai.
Tuesday, May 21.
Schr Ladv. for Oahu corts.
Mmr'Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON,
Stmr Mikahala, Gregory, for Makawell
and Hanamaulu at o m.
Stmr Nlthau, Thompson, for Makawell,
Walmca and Kekaha at 5 p m.
Stmr l.chua, Bennett, for Molokal ports
ai 5 p m. "' " "' 'i -
. Stmr Mokolll, Napala, for Kahulul at 5
Schr Golden Gate, W Atason. for Ka'
hulul at s P m.
From Kch.i and Maul potts, per stmr
Aiauna uoa, may 21-1 i.ane, f a Lang
Ihroth, H Warren. F H Rred, Mrs J Me
delros, Mrs J J Newcombe, F A Potter,
miss m snrey, mrs b kov. mr Mtsnito,
1III33 b. b. liny, 1 Ullt I tl, .HIM I .JICVCII3,
W VV Brunerand wife. J L KaulukoU, Ed
nan; tunas iNanaie,' u,f uarsiot, H t
Cameron, Miss J Roerch, Miss J Joe, Mrs
C Hayselden, Miss C J Nothon, J C
Halrd, A Dorego, Miss J Bush. Mls F
Bush, AS taniln, M Andrews, L Mlchlles,
H Onderch, C Cullln and 94 on Ock.
Ftom San Francisco,-per bkS C Allen,
ay 2oHMnV' Washburn, 'Mrs Hannah,
Van.Doren, Gus White.
For Hllo arid way ports.perstmr Klnau,
May 21 miss A Mail, wissj boffrey.
RevWEGIel.MlssLGooJwIn, Mls F
Kauai, Mrs A Byrne aniidaughter. Miss
Lalka. j M Johnson, J A Flthlll, W E
Denereaux. Jas T Taylor, A J Campbell,
H A Harding. W Gray. Wm Smith. Al
bert Todd, Ur Davidson, F E Richardson,
C Kaiser, A A Bwvmer, T E Hudson, C
L Rhodes. Rev M Kauda and wise, J W
Ensign, Geo C Stratrmeyer. J A Byine,
Tomltchell. H S F Doer, Miss K Ham
mlcheag,'Mrs S K'Pua, Mrs'Meyers, Mrs
J H Nye, F Klemp, H M Whlteney, Frank
Woods and wife.
Captain Murchlson of the AbnerCobum
Is very sick aboird his vessel.
The Alaskan Is the next of the American-Hawaiian
steamers expected here.
The Mauna Loa brought many pas
sengers and a big cargo this morning,
The Mlkahala sailing this afternoon
takes the W. G. Halls Kauai run.
The schooner Fannie' Adete sailed lat
night for Kauai with a full cargo of coal
The S. C. Allen brjught besides a large
general cargo, all the rolling stock for the
Rapid Transit Co.
Although the Hawaiian was expected
here early this mo nine she had not been
sighted up tu 1:30 this afternoon.
Cantaln Kellev of the American bark
Palmyra began shipping a non union crew
thlvmornkg. The Palmyra will sail to
morrow or Thursday for the Sound.
According to Information latelv re:elved
from San Francisco the reports of the
uamage 10 111c ucraru i. lODcy sugar
publlshe'd Inihe Coist papers were greatly
, .. il. ;-. . -, II..'7-.. 1
The' Manna Loa arr vlng this morning
brought the following cargo! W5 bags
s"gar, 789 bugs seed cane,' 170 bags coffee;
13;. Dags tjro, 50 D n bananas. 3b Kegs
butter, C2 bags awa, 24 pigs, 44 bdls hides,
1 norse and 223 pxgs sundries.
On Saturday n'oxti tbo police antt Ho
nolulu Ahilctlc Club will try. concli'i
elonij on, the Maklkl grounds. The two
teams' are very evenly matched and a
good game will undoubtedly result.
A meeting U Boon to be held at
which the prlnlcpal business will bo
the consolidation of the teams, of the
Honolulu Athletic Club, police, Y. M. C,
A. and Maile-Illma Into a lengiiij tor
tho purpose of'ulaylng a Bertes'of games
during the swiftly oncoming season. It
Is not likely that Punahou and Ka
mehameha will join the league ai tho
summer vacation will soon lie here.
HATS OFF IN tolIRT.
Judge Wilcox of the .District Court
hag become tired of 'having Chinamen
put on'jhetr hats lntljo court rpom.t lie
aaa aiuuu 11 tor-many :ong monins out
today, he decided to call a halt. As Ah
Pang was walking out of the room thta
morning after having Been tho case of
one of hla friends disposed of, he put
ou'lila hat. The judgo looked at an
officer, the officer connected with the
Chinaman; tho Chinaman had tho
pleasure of a short lecture, and then
went below for four hours.
Bind Your Own Photos.
Fjr tlrse who wish to Wnd
their own photos KING BROS
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in pina,ng
paper and mat aboard, in -any
desired shadp. '
The binding paper is already!'
mimmed readv ror use. which
greatly simplifies the process'
1 ' 1 1 1 .
Tho ever popular Rainier beer is bo-i
coming a household word and "will
you have c glr.as of Seattle," la' 'mora
often heard than anything else. The,
Criterion Saloon bag the beer on' tap or
In bot'les. '
Z - v jWHITNEV & MARSH L ' .;
''""' ' '" : .T ' ,. Made to Order k . ..: , ' 55;.;
;,":iV"" ' NBjGLlGBB -
-1' FfiPT'l' :r"W
'"Tr' -m' " ' M . k
c k''i; 'M ?. Shirts with one pair detach- Ml''' ?.
".i.-". V able cuffj madi'to.your p' ' '"'''.' '
,.."' ' 'rW $,a5 ,,B0 I,T8 2.002.25 JM , y jT'p
,,.., . According to the quality j' "!' '
' '.",'!; wv of material selected. My
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g-r- ''' I" 'A''' column will bt iiittrtol
il t. ..!. ., 1!.., .. 1 :.... . .1-
n unio 1 iiiir wiic I'irrilllri f til
;rniK ir tnttruom; 3V cent one wek:t 40
ThU'l the vhttiMtt ndtcrtiahgeverotfefeti
WV J'fjrn, y,J IIUHVIHIH, r
A rmST.CLASS PLUMBER his Ticotx) to in.
(j nice. tw
AI'ARTY ht m sum of money to loan on rood
tecurlly. Apply thli offic. iSjimw
BOOKKEEHNO tbEht; double mtry.' Short busl
I1t m(hnil. al(n Fftirllah Uk.inn.kl. ....
K'"g St. T 1S41-1W
VOU HOROSCOPE corrtctly totJ by True G.pjy
$t.co. Send dte M birth anJ color of eye nJ hair.
uuiiimnn rt vr,tiunuiuiu,' - i-hmi
THE UNION,ELECTRIC CO. havi removtl la
1 tlaS Union SI . nnrinK th Parlfi Cltih uhi.n.
OVSTUR PI2MPI3U ROASTS a
freclall. Hot Soun for lunch nJ dinner nA
the test tooMng n t wn are 1 1 be tound at 45IO
LUNCH ROOMS KIqk street. teyt.nJ
Nuuanu. , 8i?It
OTICE TO BUILDERS Tbe Union Express Co.
ni wmic 3nu run 5ALC. 1M)I
UANTED-A brlfiht, u)to-date bunjt man
If accustomed to office wnrk. ani who ran
pdsltlcn of assistant book keeper. Apply In urltlnt;
to P.O. Box.St. Hono'ulu. i845jl
UANTED-Drleht reliable boy to learn the print
vv Ins; business and make himself generally use
ful. Apply at this office. 184t.1t
1 ANTED A small furnished house for touf weeks
Or.V, or would take looms for nouekeeelne. An
swefatonce. T.D B hl office. i8tqiw
WANTED Cletk. rent's furnishing store.
Clerk, dry eoods store, male or female.
Clerk, plantation store.
Bookkeeper, permanent position and Rood sa'ary
Chinese Stewart for tint-class hotel.
SELECT EMPLOYMENT nvPICP.
Room 9, Magoon B d , Merchant and Alakea struts.
XANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
hotttM teller on cailh. t)f. Whll'a Flrlrlr
Comb, patented i8vq. Agents are ctlnlnr mone
Cores all forms of scalp all-rents, headaches, etc ,
yet costs the same as an oidlnary comb. Send joe In
lamps for sample D. N. Rose, G-n.Mgr.. Deca
tur; 111. fc - iSio-im
EKPPRIF.NCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thorouehtv familiar with hlph seeed enplnei.
Je,slres pisltlon. (Ball engines tsreclally) Engineer,
Bulletin Office ' iSo3-tf
WANTED-To Sett Jeukry and Watchbj
In ths llt.it .tvltk U'.tfh.a i.Balri bv a
lwct.r 01 )j yrt experience, G. DIECZ, ittl
Nuu.iu St, itto-tf
YOUNG MAN, .ttenoerarher ani typewriter, at
one. Adlren "A.N.' Hull.Mln Office.
TWO COTTACES TO RENT. Centrally located.
Aprly to L. F. Alvarei. mo Emma SI. 1846.1l
TO. LET A nice larire rttn sullaMe furl la Jv and
gentleman or twti Kentltmtn. Arply Nu. 8 CoU
face iit.ve. , tw
COU KENTFor a rerloi (if fuur months, a nlcelv
1 furnikheJ cnttaee, centrally lateJ, For terms
TO LEA-E-For a tern of three years, the .furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy. Walklkl: a two.
s'ory house of nine looms, with larre lanal. mosquito
rroof ihrouehout 1 hot waer tor path; afeo cottajre
of two rooms In yard. Good teach and sea' balhlnc ;
also, tine view of Honolulu. JOHN CASslDY, too)
neacn woa., w.ikiki, os r. kj noi on, 1.41-lw
PR RENT Five room conic with path, mos
aultorjroof. f.f.to. No. t kTlntr Place. Rraa
lanla St. Inquire of F. E. King, Cottage Crove.
King street, between S and to a m. s'.l-tt
TO LET Furnished room, cool lotatlon, mcsqulto
proof, ts School St.. near Nuuanu. i84i-iw
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You 'g St., near I'llkol, t84e-im
rO LET Fu'nlshed room for one or two gintlr
I .men. Apply 119 Peck Ave. leet.ig
TO LET One furnlihed room In brick houw. on
j' Nuuanu abow Vineyard, io-sw
j0 LET Confortably furn'shed front room, only
. Sia a month. Ar-rlv at alath cot t a ire on Chrlsteiv
Lane, right hartd side. 1 840-1 w
COR RENT Two Cottages at Walklkl Kert $13
1 permontheach. Inquire of S. T, Pain, Tram
ejr urim.t r yyniwiy, io)-jtw
II ..., j ,m, "eii iuvhii ivi Kiit eat
t' e!o Beretaola St. ' i8)i-iw
iTO'LEf OR FOR SALE -A boriand loJ,lng
TO I FTThr nBlu (i,riilathdi4 ennn. In. (..nil at
nnue, centre oi Cliy, Doing a gooa rusineS,
Immediate oassesslon. Arnlv loom i. Orcljntal
HotjiljKIng and Alak.a. iS.yiw
tTOR RI-NT New slx.room rott... no CaII.it. m .
I r ....Ufii.. . ... .. r . .. .
1- ,'., ",it, .v.iiuv. nypiy 40 uerciania 01.
TO LET First cottage abve the Mormon Church,
. IMnchbowl St., s Urge rcoms, kitchen and bath.
room, In perlect sanitary condition. Apply to A. U.
Lunha, at the premises. i8j8mw
COR RENT-A lady or married couple can find
1 good accommodations in private home by ad
d.esslng P.O. Bo8. iSif-iw
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms t gentlemen only,
No 41 Vineyard St., between Fort anJltuuine,
v i8n-tt ' -i,
FOR HEN.T A new slcroom cottage on-Insane
Asvtum Road. Helllhv locat on. t Si.a nr
month. Apply on premises or room 18 above-first
National Hank. Fort St. iBlfsw
COS! RENT An eight room Cottage. All trodern
imp,ovemen-s. iwo miiuies waK irotn tram
way. Inquire! the Mint or Fivorlte Slloon' i8eo tf
j-TO LET Comfortable cottires on the premises of
- in. anuay ?team Launjrir i.o( Ltd.. Alirmlon
nd South lire It. The cottages. contain 4 rm ms,
Kiunen an j tain room, n . extra cnarr. tor n?t and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable, Ap
ply on the premises to J. Llehtfoot manager. c8.tf
TO .LET-Two newly built vMtiges off i.nih St.,
1 m-t above school, Apply to ' , ...
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. 81 Cti.:"v
FOR SALE One double.seate. carriage! one fine
tw phaeton; one set nf harness. Applv to Jno,
Cassldy ai loa! Ueach Road Waiklkl or j'osiotuce'
COR SALE Phaeton, good as new. Full leather
top, "rnitton-- Bulletin umce. i8tt
FOR SAIE-Slx lots on K.pahulu Roil, Kilmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmettMiy, Juld Building. liBj-ll
FOR SALE The furniture of a ? roems house.
f erms reasonable. i86 Emma St. 1841-
FOR SALE $45.00. A bargain, lop buggy, good
as new. Extension springs. Made to otder. In
quire of U'.-W. Wright, Fori St. 1841MW
COR SALE $9,000. fou$o, Qjarry reet. Tw
4 coitagesi'one new cottajte, 7 rooms, and one of
0 rooms Cart be rented for $9, Part cash, balance.
7- per cent. 0, 0 Alien, Real Estate and Notaiy
PuMtcT4.K. King St. Tel las. 1S41-U
COR SALE Those large and desirable premises
N. C. corner cf Hackfeld and Prospect streets.
For further information apply to Geo, R. Carter.
FOR SALEThe fcrniture of. 'a s x room house,
Party leases i-n r.ext steamer. Call u3t Fort
street. 16- w
FORSALE-One rubber tired Westcott Sorrey al
most few, Injuln W. E. Burne t care of Wash
Ingion Mtrcattlle Co., Ltd.,' hort and Queen Sts.
LIOTEL FOR SALE, good paying property In
11 heart ot town, lonR lease, cheap rent. $j,co3.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
. - -iistiit
FR SALE Sim. Futnlture of roomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE ft CO.,
te6 Merchant St.
There will b: no meetlne this evtnlnir
of, the Pacific Lodge No. 8m,-A.K and
By order of the R.W.M.
i846-it H. If. WILLIAMS. Secretary.
Attention, Co. A.
All members of Co. A are ordered to
appear at the Drill Shed at 7:30 p. m. this
TUESDAY EVENING, May 21, for Bat
taiion uriu. unuorm, raiigue, wnne
trousers and leggings.
1846-11 Cant. Co. A.'
To Lodges and Societies. .
Upon the aoDllcatlon of four lodzes I
will fit up and jfurnlsh an up-to-date Lodge
Room, with necessarv anti-rooms and
committee room, at my new building cor
ner South and King Sts. For further par
tlculars apply to
W. y. WKIUriT.
Carriage Shop, F. rt St.
P. S. Early ppllcatlon Is necessarv.
to residents and permanent
guests. American plan.
' 1 '.
F. M. SMITH,
i MASAOIH. .- - .
Three New. Plays This Week.
fa' Monday and Tuesday
f "The Americaj Girl"
' A brilliant comedy drama.
AVedncHday and Thursday
frhmtn'i, brilliant Success
"TBe Charity Ball"
"Friday and Saturday
AND SATURDAY MATINEE
Mrs. Partington and Her Son Ike
Literally a Screaming 'Farce.
IBnjfc seats a-ead. Phone-White 6S1
MRS. A. L. KING HAS MOVED TO
the Gedce Cottage on Richard St., where
she will carry a lull line of CURIOS In
addition to her FLORIST UUSINESS.
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen Street
Ferns, Plants and
. . . Native Hats
On Frtjiay, May 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen Str, I will sell
at Public Auction a choice assortment .of
Fishtail and Tahltlan Ferns, Begonias,
Geraniums, Lauhala, Red Tl Leaf, Cala-
dlunes, Canna Plants, and Lauhala door
Jas. F. Morgan.
. ' Auctioneer.
Buggies and Surries .
On Friday, May 24th
AT .12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell -
at Public Auction
Jas. F.a Morgan,'
No More' Dread '
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED ANDFILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late"1
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-i reducing agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns arid porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten-years, WITHOUT THELEST PAlX
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 11 to jo years experience, and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth 85 00
Cold Crowns $5 00
Gold Pllllnits 6I.OO
Silver Fillings 60c
s Ti rrefli,.
irafclfiii'ltftnlC T. 1 Uf
Ourname alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Denial Parlors,
ROOM 4. (UTS BUIIDIKO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. '
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