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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY '22, 1901!
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Weather Bureau, I'unahoit, May 22,
Temperature Morning minimum,
GS; Morning maximum, S2.
Barometer at 9 a, m, 29.9C. Palling.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. G. per cent..
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
22. Weather elear; wind E.
Tuesday, May 21.
If not, call and take a ride on one
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E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
THE BASIKST RUNNING BICYCLE MADB.
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
163,003 annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount J55.ooo can be saved.
As much light as that of an Electric Arc No merchant woulJ pay twice as much
jrnd of a far better oualltv at a cost of less rent as necessary. Whv will he rav ten
tban ?c. per hour. One lGC. P. Incan- times as much for light? We refer by
jKKtnt biecmc duid cosis more per nour permission to erne ice iream ranors, also
than one 500 candle power irancenuem to tne Howsier Drug to., Honolulu urug
Arc. ine 1 ransceruent system 01 mean- uo. and tne Hawaiian Hotel, wnere the
Oescent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen.
easily cared for and inexpensive to Instill. L'ghts of all styles can be seen. In'or-
Pawed by the Board formation and details will be Rladly given
of Underwriters : : : at the office of
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY,
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
' Delicate Materials,
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao 8t.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks I
Book Cases I
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
it I'. O. BOX G21. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 971
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' For thirrtV tfiroates
IWeary fieaddes. 59
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
BelriK overstocked with art Roods, and having
received a large consignment of new goods, 1
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to everv purchaser of thee goods.
now lb THE time to puicnase gooas lor sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
MRS. M. H. WILLIAMS,
With the Cltv Furniture Store. Love Building, Fort Street
m. . t Kltf..
I dAHP FfACmrifS
PACKED ON FARM
fresh and 5tver
schr Rob Hoy, from ran riaroor.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, from Maul.
Wednesday, May 22.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Hawaii.
P M S S Cltv of Peklnr. Smith, from
Ger stmr Samoa, Spence, from Apia via
rago fa go.
Am sd unas t niooay. aspc, 10 aays
Ger so H F G ade. Haes oor. from Ka
anapall In tow of tug Fearless.
Tuesday, Mav 21.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, for Makaweli
Stmr N ihau. Thompson, for Makaweli,
btmr Lehua, Bennstt, for Molokal.
Stmr Mokolll, Napala. for Kahulul.
Scnr Golden Gate. W Mason, for Ka
Schr Twilight. Johnson, for rlueln.
Am schr hmma Claudlna, Mackelsen,
Schr Eclipse, Townsend, for Maul and
TO SAIL THI8 AFTERNOON.
Stmr Iwalanl, Greene, for Koloa, Eleele
and Hanapepe.at 5 p m.
P M S S Cltv of Peking, Smith, for
San Francisco at midnight.
From the Orient, per P M S S City .of
Peking, Alay 22-Lee I'oma, AW F Rultv,
Leong Gum Sal, Capt LRG Bell. L W
Dllke. Leone Fat Yee, Capt f E Bishop,
'llmChnl. Leone Ten Yan, A S White.
Lam Ah Yuen. 1 hrough: C H Biewllt
favln- and wife. Lieut A Morltz. Lieut
Comdr S Cook, Lieut A L Norton, W S
Longnecker, Sony Moore, F Kuchenbesser,
Suigeon C F Stokes, Mrs Emll Veers R
Uollfus, T Hara, (jeo W Hope, Loo unin
An, W A Adams, Alas Pa Iv.Chas H Mor
ris, Thos Grose, A J Van Maasdyke, Mrs
W S Wallace, Miss J M Holmes, V
Dressier, A F Steele, Tom Lun Yan. len
Lee, Tom Kue", Hsu Slick Chlm, Hsuch
Sing Yong, A J Scheurenbrand, Saml
Searce, Geo Cu:tlss, Ire Headv, Tim Shea,
Henry Elfen, A S Ralston, C Soell, Jas
Casey, A Serdts, S Alotoda, T Oklmo.
Kor Knttai, per Btmr. Mlkahala, May
21. Mrs. Holdsworth, Jamea McCand
lees. Mlrs. S. K. Sevcrson. n. Wal
nleale. O. Okerback, J. II. Coney, A.
H. Smith, W. II. Rice, Miss B
Holdeworth. M. D. Monsarrnt, L. Mi
For Kauai, per stmr. Nllhau, .way
21.-yL.. K. Stclnmnr., Mr. Nothrosa,
Kor Maul and Molokal ports, per
stmr, Lehua, May 21. Mrs. McCor
rlston, Mrs. M. Krendcnberg.
There are several so'dlen of Unclf Sam's
army aboard the Peking on their way
Among the cart 0 of the Peking Is opium
to the value of a quarter of a million dot-
The W. B. Flint finished discharging
and moved to the railroad wharf this
The steamer Claudlno is taking the
steamer Maul's freight which was re
The Peklne brojclit five European steer
age passengers and seventy-seven Asiatics
lor tnis p.rt.
Tbo steamer Maul was put on the
marine railway this morning. She Is
not so badly damaged as was at first
thought. She will ho realpred hero and
will bo ready for work again In about
An attempt will be made to Introduce
the game of lacrosse Into this country.
Thoso Interested will please meet at
the homo of Mr. J. N. Shurpc, Emma
Square, at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
The German ship H. F. Glade will bo
hero but a few days discharging the
parts of a steam scow for II. Hnckfcld
& Co. She will return to 1-alialnn In a
short time to discharge some heavy
machinery and sall'from there for tho
The final meeting of the Young Men's
Research Club will take place next
Friday evening when the member? will
give a "Ladles' Night." President Ar
thur Maxon Smith will lecture. After
this meeting, there will be no other un
til the fall.
WHITNEY & MARSH
d Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuffs made to your
61.35 I. BO I.7S 9.00 9.35
according to the quality
of material selected.
Ml', in thin column trill 1 iuttrlttl
(If 7.5 renin i lint one inttrlUm ; JS
crnt lieu interliont; . etult nut leeek; t')
eeultlmi melr, nml ' cenlt one inunlli.
Tliit h Ihe chtiifierl niiitilitiinjei,eroj!'irtd
the iieaile 0 tlimululu.
J-JATS CLEANED, 41 Vlne4 Si. ilr-iw
CRENCH LESSONS eln 1 4) VlnyrJ St.
Till; QUEEN, Nuuinj, nw Vlimari. Kcorn,J
unJtr new mnacemrnl Tabte J hot or a It
carte. Uanquets irv4 on ihorl notice Table bnarJ
Sl. fr week. Pierre Lamterl Caterer, late Chef
Hawaiian Hot,l. i9iT-t
The well established Grocery Business
of C. Hustace, King street. For particular
enquire 01 me unuersiencu
1847-iw CHAS. HUSTACE.
DRESSMAKIN(i-Mme. Pierre Umttfl desires to
announce tf.it the hs optntJ Iter parlfc with 4
compute line ol the litest ParlsM stjles uni novel
ties, to Nuuanii Ae.M i84jiw
r-OLLECTIONS PROMPTLY KEMIT-
tctl. Loans ntCd'tat., tmployment Ar.cn y,
DflraMe Rtai tstate .'or leae or tale A, R,
KINDT, office with GuMeHublUhlne Co . Camp
bTll Itlock. Merchant St. Til AU-n 174. 18 itl
A 11MST.CLASS PLUMBEK ha fieoooo m In-
est with M-rvlccs. AJJres No. n Bulletin
A PARTY ha a sum of menty to loan en toil
security. Apply this rjt.ee. i8tiw
BOOKKEEPING taught; douHetntry, Shrt busi
ness method, also Engt'sh Reasonable 1041
King bt, 1341-aw
YOUR HOROSCOPE correctly toli by True Gipsy
method nr pmltttry. Personally ft.ji, by malt
$ 00, Send date of birth and. color of eyes and ha r
Bohemian P. O., Honolulu.
THE L'NION ELECTRIC CO. have remove! ti
1 tuS Union St., opposite the Pacific Club, '('hone
Main 6. iSjftm
OYSTER PEPPER ROASTS a
specialty. Hot boup for lunch and dinner and
the test cooking In t wn are ti be found at SID'S
LUNCH ROOMS King street, beyond
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Tht Union Express Co.
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE M4ttf
XANTEI Room and board by young mtn In pr(
vate family, Will share room. 8? llwlle'in
WAITED-Pup ts to enm lete an eenlnif class In
Pitman S stem of Sivnocrarhy. Rates $1
per month. Address "Shortmanu this office.
FOR RLNT- For a prlod of four months, a nicely
furnivhed 1I1 room cottage, centrally located,
I'or terms address "Z" this office. iS.jmw
JOR RkNT New six-room coltaje on Chllene Si ,
near Wilder avenue. Apply 4) Bcretanla bt.
TWO COTTAGES TO RENT. Centrally located.
' Apply HL. F. Aliaret. uo EmmiSl. 1846-1!
TO LET A nice I a rue nxim suitable for ladv anj
irentleman or two gentlemen. Apply No. t Cot
Xigt Giwe. i84jiw
TO LEASE For a term of t'iree Vfrs the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldv. Walklkl; a two
s'ory h'iuse of nine rooms, with large Una), mosquito
proof throughout t hot water for bath; also cottage
of to rooms (n ard. Good beach and ea bi thine;
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASIDY. sooj
Ueach Road. Walklkl. nr P. O Hot 6ss. iB-lw
COR RENT Hve room cottaga with bath, mos
1 qulto proof 5l.l- No. 1 Klne Place. Bert
tan' j St In iulre of F. E. King, Cottage Crove.
King street, berween 8 and 10 a m i4j-tf
rO LET Furnished room, cool location, mosquito
proof is School St . near Nuuanu i8u-iw
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. Yqj g ht.. near Pilkol i84tim
rO LET Furnished room for one of two gtntla
men Apply ua Peck Ave. t4i-tg
TO LET One furnished room In brick house, on
Nuuanu abov t Vlreyard. 1840-w
PR RENT-TwoCojgsat Walklkl Rent Sij
pr month each. Inquire of S. T, Pain, Tram
way's oflice. Puushou. i8)9w
TO I ET Three nfwlv furnlshfd rooms for gcntiat
$3 Beretinl St. i iBt-iw
TO LET OR rOR SALE-A board and todglng
h'UN. centre of clt, doing a good business.
Immediate possession. Apply room 5, Occidental
Hotel. King and Alakea. iBiviw
TO LET First cottage above the Mormon Church,
I unchtxw St , f large rooms, kit hen and bath
room, in perfect sanitary condltlcn. Apply to A, G.
Cunha. at the premises. i8t8-tw
FOR RENT A lady or married couple can find
good accommodations In private hi me by ad
d.estlng P. Q BonBu. 8tft-iw
rO LET Nicely furnished rooms: gentlemen only.
No 4) Vineyard St., between Fort and Nuuanu.
FOR RENT A new six -room cottage on Insane
Asvium Road, Healthy locat on. Sis.oo per
month. Arply 01 premises or room j8 above Tlrst
Nationil Hank, hut St. t8ti-w
FOR RENT An eleht room Cottage. All vodern
Imorovements. Two minutes wa'k from Tram
way. Inquire at the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8k tf
lANTED A trlcht, up-todaie young man who
" Is accustomed to office work, and Mho can fill a
position of assistant book keeper. Apply In writing
top, O Box.8t, Hono ulu i84Sjt
1ANTEI Brleht reliable boy to learn the print-
Ing tustness and make himself generally use
ful. Apply at thin ofiice. l,4VJL
ilANTfD A small furnished house for four weeks
vv or would tike rooms for house-Keeping. An
twer at once T.D B this office. i8tvtw
WANTED Cle'k. gent's furnishing store.
Clerk, dry goods sture, male or female.
Clerk, plantation store.
Bookkcercr.pvrmanent position and good ss'ary
Chinese Stewart for first-cUss hntel
SELECT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Room 8 Ma goon B J , Merchan and Alakea streets.
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" seller on eai th Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1 Agents are ctlnlng more'.
Cures all forms of scalp all rents, headtchs, etc ,
yet costs the same a an mdlnary cmb. Send toe In
famps for sample D. N. Rose, Gtn. Mgr.. Deca
tur. 111. i3i9im
EXPeRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Ergmeer,
Bulletin Office 18 8-tf
WANTED To Sill Jewelry and Watches
In the latest stls Watches repaired by a
Kweler of 15 years experience, G, DIEIZ. it8
uuanu St, iS-8-t f
OUNU MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
1 once. . Address "A N." Bulletin Office.
ASdpcUI Meetlneof the HONOLULU
CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE will be
held at Its room on Thursday, May 23rd.
at 10 a.m., to consider a proposition for an
exhibit at the South Carolina tnter-State
end West Indiana Exposition.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, May 2inJ, 1901. 1847 it
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY." The
House and lot at the head of Robinson iLan.
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C, B, Ripley Is offered
for sale. This Is one of the choicest homes In th
suburbs of Honolulu: a modern house, atmost
new, fine s able, my large shade trees : no coler
place In Honolulu , and will be sold on the most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on the premises,
or at room to, Progress Block, i34?imr
FOR SALE Hors. Buggy and Harness Apply
Mrs. T 11. Ctarham. tt.i Amnuni St.. Pinhnu.
Telephone, t?i White. n 184VJW
R SLE Persons near Punahou deslrtnir earth
s for filling lots, can secure same at relnnab'
rates, dellvcrej, by applying at once tot. Tat pan
tannau, 1111 wiuer avenue, or leiernune wniie
Hereafter the time of depaiture from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna Loa" will
be 12 o'clock noon. i
Shippers are hereby notified that freight
will not be received after to o'clock a. tn.
on dy of nailing. This rule will be strict
ly eniorcea. t
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.,
1 847. 1 w LTD.
To Lodges and Societies.
Upon the application of four lodges I
will fit up and furnish an up-to-Jate LodRe
Room, with necessary anti-rooms and
committee room, at my new building cor
ner South and King Sts. For further pir
tlculars apply to
VV. W. WRIGHT,
Carriage Shop, F. rt St.
P. S. Early application Is necessary,
TO LET-Comfrtable collates on the premise, of
the Sanitay Steim Lijniry Co.. LtJ.. Marmlon
ani South street The cottage, contain 4 roemi,
kttihen anj cam room. N, extra charge for hot anj
culi wa'er ani electric llfrht.. Rent reasonable. Ap'
ply on th. premise o J Llntro-l manager cb.it
TO LET Tvo neoly built Jllatt. off Llllha St.,
lust above schn.,1. Apply to
ILLIAM SAVirxSE. & CO .
LOST Lait-s huntlngCAe eoU watch, eneravti
InslJe the case. "J. K Kanepu. WorlJ's Fair,
Chicago 'at f-lnJer will be rewarit J upon return
to J. K Kanepuu. High Sheriff's office. 184VIW
Jas. F. Morgan
-85 Queen Street
Ferns, Plants and
. . . Native Hats
On Friday, May 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction a choice assortment of
Fishtail and Tahltlan Ferns, Begonias,
Geraniums, Lauhala, Red TI Leaf, Cala
dlunes, Canna Plants, and Lauhala door
Jas. F. Morgan,
PR SALE The furniture of a t rooms house,
I erms reasonable, i486 Emma St. 184VIW
FOR SALE $6.no. A bargain. Top buggy, good
as new. L tension spring.? Made to order. In
quire of V W. Wright, t-ort St. iSjimw
COR SALE $9,000, C0X150, Quarry ireet. Two
1 collages one new cottage. ? rooms, and one of
9 rooms. Can be rented for tsw. Part cash, balance
f per cent. B, O Allen, Real Estate and Notaiy
Public. 44 N. King St. Tel )s. i84iMt
COR SALE Those large and desirable premises
N, E. corner of Hackfcld and Prospect streets.
For further Jnturmatlunappl to Ceo, R, Carter.
FOR SALE The furniture of a s x room house
Party leaves on next stesmer. Call 1481 Port
street . i8;6 w
PR SALE -Ore rubber tired Wstcott Surre al
most new. Inquire W. E. Burnet qareol Wash
Ington aMerca'.tite Co . Ltd., I ort and-JQueen St.
FOR SALE-One doublvseatel carrlace""Vie fine
new phaeton, one w of harness Appl tKjno,
Cassldy at aoo Beach Road Waifcikl or Pustoftite
Box 6a;. mfiw
FOR SALE Phaeton pood as new. Full leather
- 0P'.J ,lnj'n" Bulletin Omce S-tf
FOR SALE Six lots on Kapalm'u Road, K'almukt
Tract. cheiD. on th lntllmini r.lin iniu
E mmttt May, Juid Building. iiiVt!
HOTEL FOR SALE, good paying rroperty In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent j,.oq.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office
FOR SALE $joo. Futnlturect j-roomei cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cotiage.
WILLIAM SAVIDDE & CO..
4 r 6 Merchant St.
Three New Plays This Week.
Monday and Tuesday
" The American Girl "
A brilliant comedy drama,
Wednesday and Thursday
Frohman's brilliant Success
"The Charity Ball"
.Friday and Saturday
Aj? AND SATURDAY MATINEE
Airs.' Partington and Her Son Ike
Literally a Screaming Farce.
!tS. 50 and 75c.
Book seats a-eaJ. I'hone-White 61i
' SUMMER RATES
to residents and permanent
guests. American plan.
F. M. SMITH, v'
MANAGED. . A
It Is reported by the Peking that the
battle ship Oregon at Shanghai when the
mall boat was there, Is coming home this
Part of the delav of the Peking was a
stop of a day at Makao to take aboard a
large shipment of opium for San Francisco.
Buggies and Surries
Oirf riday, May 24th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., w'll sell
at Public Auction l
las. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums.. No
sleep-t roduclng'agents or cocaine.
These are the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract. Till and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten years, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 years' experience, and each
department In charge of 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.
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
DOOM 4, LITE UUILUINO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.