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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1901.,
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
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If not, call and take a ride on one
E. O. HAUL St SON,
KING AND PORT STREET.
THE BA8IE6T RUNNING BICYCLE MADE.
The New Transcendent Lamps
o! 500, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
J6o,oo3 annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
fclectrie Lignts; ot tins amount ;;s,ooo can be saved.
As much tight as that of an Electric Arc , No merchant would pay twice as much
and of a, far better quality at acost.of' less rent as necessary. Whyyill he pay ten
Han 3c per hour. One ifi C. P. incan- times as much for light ? v We refer by
it-vtnt Electric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Cteam Parlors, also
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllster Drue Co. , Honolulu Drug
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan' Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where the
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen.
rislly tared for and inexpensive to Install.
Passed by the Board
m underwriters : : :
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
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. .
a -,. ...
me uunn sectional
TW? f V
v ne coyne furniture to.. "d. s
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS
,," GooH Ghee re g?J
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS,
Belng'overstocked with art goods, and having
received a large consignment of new goods, I
must make room (or them. The present stock I
will be closed out : : : : : : wv
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY1
will be given to every purchaser of these goads.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
MRS. H. H.
j With the City Furniture Store.
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Uehts of all stvles can be seen. In'or
formation and details will be gladly given
at tne omce 01
Experienced and Com
Famous Gunn Desks I
BLOCK. PHONE 071
Love Building. Fort Street
r - fOUNG TEN01R COR B
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always jusea ,
PETERSON & CO,
Wednesday, May 22.
Stmr J A Cummins, Seatle, from Oahu
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz.from Kauai.
, Thursday. May 2).
Stmr James Makee.Tullett, from Kauai.
Stmr Keiuhou Mother, from Kauai.
Am stmr Hawaiian, Banfilld, from Ka
Am bkt S G Wilder, Jackson, t6 days
from San Francisco,
Br stmr Strathgyle, Gordon, from YokoJ
narna) mase 10 Alexander ana aaiawin.
'"' Wednesday, May it
Stmr Iwalanl, Greene, for Koloa, Eleele
Am bk Palmyra, Keller, for the Sound
In ballast. .
Thursday. Mav 21.
P M S S City of Peking, Smith, for
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Hanalel, Pedersen, for Kauai por s
at p m.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Am bk Carrallton, Jones, for the Sound
Am schr Bambrldg, Bonman, for the
From Hanamaulu. per stm: James
Makee. Mav 21 J A McCabe. W F
Drake, Leon Torrener, J M Meal, H L
Roe and 7 on deck
From Kauai, per stmr Keauhou, May
23 uan'i mm.
For San Francisco, per P .VI S S City
or Hexing, May 2) w a u(CKson, Mrs
Cecil Brown, T F Davidson, W F Dole,
H C Kellogg and wife, Miss Jennv .Banks,
F W Grlnwood, Mrs J Ouaetklrk. Mrs E
VanJerllp, E O White and family, G M
Whitney, K S Gjedrum, L T Grant, D
W Hoffman and wife, W Hyman, Mrs E
S Cunha, Mrs F Ashton. E G Dusenberg,
Mrs H A Isenberg, maid and Infant. Mrs
W Pfotenhaner maid and Infant, John
Ena and wife, C F Mlchiels, V Waldron,
W R Ouderkirk, Ernest Belte, Sybil Kel
log, Helen Kellojr, Elsie Kellog. F Ashton,
H Pfotenhauer, C G Colvell, F W Maack,
Jorges Jensen, J J Horner, Frank Whit
man, J J Davis, Geo Rosen, Miss H H
Man, Geo H Biackvtell, J Rublol, J E
Raymond, M J de Boer, W A Thornhlll
and wife. Geo Kosg, Jas Andrews, M N
Duncan, J L Lanaton. Prof Dleda, Miss
Mary,'iM3glll and Infant, Mr Talew and
wife, Y T Symons, J Victors, M Solomon,
W D Patten, Captain and Mrs Ahlbom,
Miss McCully, J A Metthavvman.
The Hana'el sails this afternoon at fie
o'clock for Kaul ports.
The bark Carrallton and schooner Bam-
brldge will get to sea this altemoon.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the sec
ond assessment of 25 per cent ot tho
Walalua Beach Hotel will bo due and
payable June 1, 1901.
CllRlS. J. HOliT,
DURING TUB ABSENCE OF DR.
Walter Hoffmann, Dr. Henry W. How
ard, taking charge of Dr. Hoffmann's
practice, can be found at tho lattcr's
office from 8:30 to 10 o'clock &. m., 1
to 2 o'clock p. m., and 7 to 8 o'clock
Adjourned Special Meeting.
THE) SPECIAL. MEKTINO OF THE
Honoluln'Chatnber of Commcrco called
for Thursday, May 23d, was adjourned
to meet at 2 p. m. Friday, May 24th, to
consider tho Charleston Exposition, A
full attendance Is requested.
J. G, SPENCER,
Honolulu, May 23, 1001.
Kamchameha Lodge of Perfection
NO. 1, A. & A. 8. R. ,
A REOULAR MEETING OF THE
Kamehameha Lodge ot Perfection will
be held THIS THURSDAY EVENING,
May 23, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attend
ance Ib requested, as business of Im
portance will be discussed.
C. L. CRABBE.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of
HAWAII, AT HONOLULU,
In the Territory of Hawaii, at the close of
. Business, April 2-ltn, 1001.
nev..i,t..t:c nnif IDC
Uni ni DlKountt ('..SW.jIt 81
Ov.rJrafll. Mcur.4 tni unsveured. t,s) 7,
U.S. BonJi toiecureclrcuUtloo so.oo. oa
U. S. Bonif to secure u. 5, Deposits , loo.aro oo
Premiums on U. S. Bonis T.fioo t
Due ttora Mu usnks ana usnuis '')?'.
Due (torn f prOYel reseive iott. ...,.,.. ji.ooo ,4
Int.rn.l'Kevcnu, atamps. ,...,, .. .... i,kqo ro
Checks ni other c.sh Items 19,446 39
Notes of other National Banks is to
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 40 40
LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK, VIZI
Sped. , iTt.siS 00
Legal-tender notes, 1,9)9 00
U, S. certificates for told de
posited s 040 00 itj,i9S eo
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
((percent of circulation) (..., e.-oooo
I Total i.sfs.ity 91
Cap tal stock paid In ,.. 500,0,000
Surplus fund 1,00a 00
Un Ivlded profits, lesscxpentes and taxes
paid s?,6u )7
National Bank nqtes outstanding . ,.,. , ti ,"00 00
Du. to Sjate Banks ana Bankers ... ,, jT,i')li
Dividends unpaid ' A 1
InJIvldual deposits sujMt to cheeky ,5!o,o!4i
Demand cerlllicates of deposit, ", "..,... 'ii,f5o6
UnUl States deposits ''tV'f':'"K!u aT-J "i
Deposits of ),,S, disbursing ,'0ersV., jot8j
Liabilities otlyer that thos. nbgveUei. 8,m 60
Total,, , . ,1. ''A i.171, t-( 9
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Territory of Ilaw4il, Island of Oahu,
1, W. 0 Cooper, cashier ot fie abov. named
bank do solemnly tuear that the above tta'ement Is
true to te bet of my knowledco and belief.
W, O COOPER, cahler.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ,tnd day
of .May. toil,
GEO. L. BIOELOW, Notary Public,
COKRECT Attest 1
HRUCE CARTWRIGHT )
CECIL BROWN, Directors.
(i. J. WALLER, )
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NEGLIGEE W 'v
f I SHIRTS I
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lT-l.41' E.M BBS r
)- ImL Shirts with one pair detach- Kg '
' '" H a abIe cur'5'made to yvur MS
t" oaV measure for Bg
y vtfk, 8123 1.50 I.TB, 2.00 S.2B 'B
i 'fidk according to the quality Kf L
$. Bbw of material selected. tw
Ath In thin column ULlc inmrtrd
(it 15 cent lullut one lurtillmi . JX
ctnlt ttto inrtrllutm; SU renin one utfl, 40
etiittluo rctlt, ami 00 efiili unt month.
ii( n the chttipttl aaitrimnijettrajjtrtn
Hit lnvpU of lloiwlutu.
(-ATS CLEANED, 4 VlntyrJ St. i84r-tw
CRENCH LESSONS chen at 4 VlneyarJ ct
THE QUEEN, Nuuanu, mar Vineyard. ReoreneJ
unJer new mtnactment Table dhole or a la
carte. Banquets served on thort notice Table board
Jo per week Pierre Lambert Citerer, late Chef
Hawaiian Hotl i8i-t(
pKESSMAKING-Mme. Plene Limtert desires to
L announce that she has orened her parlos with a
eomr-uu line of the latest Parlslai styles and novel
ties, 144a Nuuanu Av. i8oiw
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMIT-
ted. Loans negotiated. Employment Attn y.
H1NIT, office with Guide 1'uMKhlnc Co , Carrp
bell H lock Merchant St. Til Ma'n 74. 18 e-t
A riHST-CUSi PLUMBER has $1
" est with services. Address No,
iceo on tn In
A PARTY hat a sum of nuney to loan en rood
security. Apply this ffflce i3jriw
DOOKKLEPING taught, double entry. Short busl
" ness metnod, aiso tnci n
Reasonable 104 1
YOUR HOROSCOPE correctly told by True Glpy
nelhod or ca mlitirv. PcrKonatlv 3 m.to. hv mail
$1 00. Send date of blnh and color of eyes aid ha r.
ooiKmnn r,j , nqnoiuiu.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. have removed to
114B Union St, opposite the Pacific Club. f hone
Main 6a. , . i iBj-tm
O" Y8TER PEPPER ROASTS a
specialty. Hot Soup for lunch and dinner and
the oest cooking In t wn are ti be found at Mlt&
LUNCH ROOMS King street, beyond
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co.
nee wnuc swnu run bale H4)ti
FF1CE POSITION Jfilrd by competent Bok
fceeper. 'J. L" Bulletin, Office 1 841 mo
WANTED Room and board by young man In prf
vate family. Will share room. 8t Bulletin.
WAITED-Puptli to comtlete an evening clas In
Pitman's Svstem of StctioeraDhv. Iaies $i
' this office.
WANTED -A bright, upto-date young man who
Is accustomed to office work, and who can Ml a
rosltk-n of attestant book keerer. ApdIv In writing
1 0 P, O, Box 8 t, Hono ulu i84j-)t
WANTED Brlsht reliable boy to learn thA print
ing business and make himself gtnerally use
ful. Apply at this office. 1841MJ
lANTfcD A small furnlsheJ house for four weeks
' or would take looms for home-keeping An
sweratvnet. T D B . this office i8u-iw
WANTED Cte-k. gent's furnishing store.
Clerk, dry goods More, male or female.
Clerk, plantation store,
Bookkeeper permanent position and good sa'ary
Chinese Stewart for firstclss hMeV
- SELECT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Room 8, Ma goon B d , Merchant and Alakea streets.
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce tho
"hotmt" -seller meant) Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1809 Agents are ctlnlnr mone'.
Cures all forms of scalp all-rents, headaches, etc,
yet costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send oc In
tamps for sample D. N. Rose, Gtn. Mgr Deca
rur. III. t8io-im
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office i8 C-lf
WANTED To Sell Jewelry and Watches
In the latest styles Watches repaired by a
towefer of u years experience, G, DIEfZ, ns8
Nuuanu Si, 1S08-U
OUNU MAN. atenoi
rraplier and typewriter,
N" Bulletin Office
COR SALE A Good House. 10 acres of level land,
I plen y of water, near a plantation and , earner
la c.TKainj t,indsy, r J
Box T49. Hnrv-
A IIOMF "UP THE VAI.I.FV.
u .: 1 i-t-.. .wi'tr.. i:ir.r, i."
(iuui 1114 iwt til iiiv itrjj iipviiiwm s.eiLir
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C. B. Rlrlej is offered
for sale This Is one of the choicest homes In the
suburbs of Hcmotulu, a modern house, .almost
IICW, fill Vlff. TCtjT !; ltet4V , " V WIVI
Ulaceua Honolulu wand wlllibe sold 04ilhe mo4
rfuoname tttmw. Arpiy 10 owner, on inepKmus,
or at room 10, Progress Block, .,,.. i8ir-imo
COR SALE Hors. Buggy and 'Harness Apply
Mrs. i u. t-urnam, top Anapuni at., rjnanou,
Telephone, tTi Whi
FOR SLE Persons near Punahou desiring earth
for filling lots, can secure same at reamnab e
i, uciirtiicj, ry
by applying atuncetoe, larpan
Tannatt, ii Wider avenue,
or teienune wniie
FOR SALE The furniture uf if rooms house
I erm reasonable, i486 Emma St. 18411
$6 j 00. A bargajn. Top buggy.'good
l 41 naw Extension
10 orjer, in-
quire of V W. Wright, Fort St
COR SALE $9.oon, foMo, Quarry 1 reet Two
" cottages one new cottage. 7 rooms, and one of
9 rooms. Can be rtn ed f of Jw, Part cash, balance
t per cent B. G Allen, Rea( Estate and Notary
rut?iic, 44 n. fcioE " !e,jJ" "l
FOR SALE Those large and, deslribte premises
N, b. corner of Hacufeld and Pre sped nt reels,
For further Informitltn apply to Geo, R, Carer.
POR SALP Th furmtur nl
s'x roam house.
Party leaves on next steimer.'VCall u8t Fort
x. c. it w
One rubber tired Wcttcotf 'Surrey at-
most nejv. Inquire W, E Burne t care- of Was!,
Ington Mercantile Co , Ltd,, I ort and QueVp fits,
FOUsAll One dnuMe.seate carriage une fine
r nuw phaetoni one sit nf harness Apply tu Jno
CasslJy at sosj lletcli Iiu4 Waiklld or I'ohtoltice
OR SALC-Plueton. kooJ as new,
I top, ' l',haUon" Bulletin Ollice
FOR SALE Six lots 0.1 Kapahulu RoaJ, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmetlMay, JuJd Uullalng. uBi'tf
HOTEL FOR SALE, (jood paying property In
heart ot town, long lease, cheap rent Sjcoo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this oftice.
O LET House on Chrlstley Lane and furniture
torsaie, Apply Mrs rt. l. LJdy. 1848. w
FOR RENTI or a period of four months a nicely
furnished ix room cottage, centrally located.
ror terms ad drosa "Z ' thU oftice. iStyiw
rVO COTTAGES TO RENT. Centra'ly located.
1 Apply to L. T, Alvarez, mo Emma St i84-tf
TO LET A tike hrge nmtn sjltable for lady and
Cent'eman or to gentlemen. Apply No, 8 Cot
tag Grove 184J.1W
TO LEASE For a term of three years the furnish"
ed residence of John Cassldy, Walklkl. a two
s'ory house of nine looms, with large (anal, mosquito
proof throughout, hot water for bath; a'so co'tag
of two rooms In wrd. Good beach and tea ba'hlng:
also, fine lew of Honolulu JOHN CASslDY, sod)
neacn Koaj, waiMtci, or 1. u iiok ti, taiw
;OR RENT Five room cottage with bath, mas
luito troor jit jo no 1 King Kiace, uere
tanFa St Inquire of F. E King, Cottage Crove.
FO LET furnished room, cool location, mosquito
prcof ie School St . near Nuuanu 1841-iw
TO LET Sefton Houe, wall furnished rooms with
board. You ght , near Pilkol i8fim
TO LET Fuitt shed room for one or two gtntle
men Appl tw Peck Ave. i84i-ig
TO LET One furnished room In brick house, on
Nuuanu aboe Vineyard. i84oow
FOR RENT Two Cottag-sat Walk kl Kent $15
pr month eath. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Tram-
wav s office, Pu'jahou
TO I ET Threi nwlfurnlshd rooms for gntsat
8j Beretanla St i8j?iw
TO LET OR FOR SALE-A board and ,Iodglne
1 hnuw, centre of city, doing a good business.
ItnmedMte possession. Apply room j, Occidental
Ho'el. King and Alakea i8i?iw
TO LET First cottage above th Mormon Church,
Punch bowl St . 1 larze rooms, kltihen and bath
room. In perfect sanitary condition,
Cunha. at the premises.
FOR RENT A lady or married couple can find
goad accommodations In private h me by ad
desslngP.O Box 8 14. i8t6-iw
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms gentlemen only.
No 4) Vineyard St., between Fort and Nuuanu,
A new sIxToom cottage on Insane
Asvium Rjad Healthy location. Sis 00 per
ti. add v on rarer
on premises or room j8 above First
National II intc. Tort St
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage) All modern
Improvements. To mlnules wa'k from Tram
way. In)ulre at the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8o tf
TO LET Comfortable coitaies on the premises of
the Sanlta Steam L unity Co , Ltd . Marmlon
and South streets The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and oath room. N extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric I'ghts, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J Uthtfo )t manager $8-tf
LOST-LaJls huntlng-cae gold watch, en gravid
Inside the case, M K'Kanepwu. World's Fair,
Chicago, 'uj Finder wtll be rewarded upon return
to J K Kanepuu. High Sienff a office i84Tiw
A sailing record of 18 d.iys, from
LUerpool to the Delaware Capeit; was
lately made by the four inaste'1 lurk
Kenllworth. The best pitvloua record
nas made liy the ship A, J. Roprs,
which made the rut from LUerpool to
New York In 19 days, three years ago.
Tho Kenll worth traeled 120 miles
more than the A. J. Ropes. Doth of
these ships are American, though tho
KenlUorth was Scotch built, was
burned, and rebuilt In this count, y. The
samq, ship made tho run from San
Francisco to New York In 103 'la) 8,
and from Valparaiso to New York in
65 da)s. She left San Francisco m
Net ember 7, 1S00, and reached LUer
pool, with a cargo of grain, on March
11, 1901, or In 124 daya. Engineering
The Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
"' ' The" Eilefords ,
Three New Plays This Week.
Monday and Tuesday
"Tho American Girl"
A Irllllani comedy drama, v
Wednesday and Thursday
' ) Frotiman's brilliant Success
"The Charity Ball"
Friday and Saturday
AND SATURDAY MATINEE
Mrs. Partington and Her Son Ike
Literally a Screaming Farce.
28, SO and 75c.
Book seals a'eii. Phone -WWte 65i
To Lodges and Societies.
Unnn the application of foilr lodees
III lit up and (urnlsh an up-to-date Lodge
Room, with i.ecessary an'l-roonis and
committee mom, at my new building cor
tier South ana King Sts. For further par
tlcular apply to
Carriage Shop, Ft rt St.
" P. S. Early application Is necessary.
Jas. F. Morgan r
11 68 Queen gtroot
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 Tl Leaf, Cala
dlunes, Cantia Plants, and Lauhala door
Jas. F. Morgan,
Buggies and Surries
On Friday, May 24th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., w'!l sell
at Public Auction
Jan. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late..
sclent! method applied to the gums.' No
sleep-troduclnfr agents or cocaine, jr
inese are ine oniv ucmai panors in
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THELEST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to jojrears' 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
Set Tooth . $5 00
Gold Crowns., , 65 00
Gold Fillings (IOO
Sliver FllllnDtt ?nn
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of tile best. fl
New York Dental Parlors,
room 4, iiiu tiuauiNa,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.