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4.. EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, 'H
.is t 'unvniv maV o? tftrti
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AT - IT - AGAIN
FOR A NBW BICYCLB AT
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
The New Transcendent Lamps
of S00, I000, and 1500 C. P.
ffo.ooo annually are palj by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount 555,coo can be saved.
As much light is that of an Electric Arc Na merchant woulj pay tv. Ice s much
and of a far better quality at a cost of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
than Hi- per hour. One i6C. P incan- times as much for light? We refer by
descent Electric bulb costs more rer hour permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllsler Drue Co., Honolulu Drug
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan' Co. and the Hawaiian Hot:l, where the
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen,
easily cared for and Inexpensive to Install. jehts of all styles can be seen. In'or
Passed by the Board formation and details will be gladly given
of Underwriters : : : at the office of
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, omctempix
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
V& 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.
Sunday, May 26.
Am schr Robert Lewers, Underwood, 22
days from Port Gamble.
Am bUt Skagit, Robinson, 24 days from
U S tug Iroquois, Pond, from Cruise.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai.
Monday. Mav 27.
Am bk.Gerard C Tobey, Gove, 17 days
from San Fianclsco.
Am schrH D Bendlxon,Olesen,4,8dav3
Sunday, May 26.
Am schr Laura Pike, Johnsen, tor the
Sound In ballast.
Another scarcity oT sailors at Pacific
uoast ports is reported.
The little schooner Laura Pike sailed
for the Sound yesterday.
The American schooner Holcne
Nichols .11 n total wreck at Noumea,
The schooner S. M. Coleman sailed for
San Francisco from Mahukona In ballast
The steamer California sailed from
Philadelphia on May 11th for New
York arriving on tho 14th.
The four masted schooner Knna was
laurched on the nth at San Francisco.
She belongs to Hind Rolph & Co.
Tho British ship Argus from Bre
men for this port wns last spoken on
March 27th in latitude S3 South, no
The hark Mohtcnn spoke tho ship
C. K. Snrgennt from Tacoma for this
port on May 16 when 11C miles west
1 of Snn Tranclsco.
j Tho schooner Defender which Ball
I oil from Suva, FIJI. Into In February for
j Hawaii put Into I'cpeete on April 9th
1 short of provisions. She sailed again
the same day for Honolptl.
SERVICES AT KAMEHAMEHA.
There was a sen Ice In tho Knnieha-
mclin chapel Sunday btternoon arrang
ed for the, express purpose of bringing
borne to the minds of the Btudcnts of
the Institution the oportunltlcs for
Christian work among the Hawallaim.
There was a large attendnnco of tho
students of nil three tcbools and tho
congiegatlon wns increased by qulto
a number of the members of tho Alum
ni Association. V. F. Alien and others
represented the trustees. Tho speakers
were as follows: James llakuole, Da
vid Al. Joe Kulalna, Archie Dunn and
David Xnhoolenn. There was some
excellent music In connection with tbtt
I v t I
Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuffs made to your
61 33 1.30 1.73 3.00 3.25
according to the quality
of material selected.
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SANITARY STEAM LUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawnlahao St.
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES. Hotel St
I The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
I The Coyne Furniture Co., ttd.
j! P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 971
" 1 6-.-sea
. --Xs?' -tlAlV
For tliirrty throates
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
BelnK overstocked with art goods, and having
received a large consignment of neTv goods, I
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
hUSK INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of thee gojds.
NOW IS THi: TIME to putchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
,i. in thin rnftfnm trill It iiitertttl
nl IS mil n Ut one iiitertiuit ; -"i
cent tiro ImKillont; 30 ctnlt nut irtek; 40
renin tno trrele, rrrnl ISO renin out month.
Thh I' llit thtopttl oAitrtiiingtierofftrtil
llit )ttlU of Honolulu.
PARISIAN riRESSMAKER-Mm. P Umbtrt.
la e from Faucet, Paris, lui o)ftiJ hrr Jress
making parlors. I Irst-class filling ana latest designs.
1 1 4 Nu'ianu aye. ato Vineyard iSrf i"
. la car . Grout J Dour, Qucf n lintel, Nuujnu
nar VlmjrtM St. Frrnch lab boaii, Jt r lc.
Jlnntr 1; cinli: busings lunch 1) cnt; a la carte all
day. nanqucti. dinner rarties, w el on ahort notice,
Pierre Lambert, la I. ctitf Hawaiian Hotel, caterer.
VOt'R Fl'TURC correctly tilJ. Conault Maiain
I Saaoon, recently from the' Colonies. P O,
Honolulu. II T.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP alwiyt on hini
Select Emrloymelt Bureau, Magoon HullJing,
Merchant and Alakva Ms.
HATS CLEANED. 41 Vineyard St., near Nuuanu.
I'.txmnstcr Stanton of the United
Slatcn Navy who Is so well known In
Honolulu on account of his frequent iOI.LE
visits to this place In various men-of-. r,i,,N,e1, 1
war, hns written to mends to the
effect that ho expects to be hero early
In June. Mr. Stanton lias been assign
ed to the oIDcc of paymaster aboard tbc
Philadelphia that will leave tho port
of San Francisco on June 1st, on her
way to Samoa. According to this, she
should be here about the 9th or 10th.
CRENCII LESSONS hen at 4 Vineyard Ft.
CTIONS PROMPTLY KEMIT.
Loan negotiated. Fmployment Aeen v.
Desirable Real fctlale 'or lease or tale A. P.
I1INUT. office with Guide fublUtiliig Co.. Camf
bell block. Merchant M. Ttl Main na. 18 fit
TO IET FurnUhei front roAm, only Sio monthly.
Private fimllv, jj VinerJ St., btlow Nuuanu.
SIX ROOM MODERN COTTACiE FOR KE.NT
Saritary rlumtln; rOKftafn tMth.rtc, servants'
quarter Apptv jt'M Yining St .neir Artrslan,
TO LET T.rnWii cotute o( thr or Mc rooms
for tnui kttptiK tron Ju.-.e lit, Arr'v 619
TO LET Tour fares front rnim, cool n4 airy,
hot anJtnti bath electric lijcht. Apply to Mr.
Tjylor. yellow h ui. Klnau Si , nMr Alapal 40-tw
rO LET House on ChrUttev I ana anj furn'lure
FOR RENT' lor a perloJ nl (our month, a nlcclv
furnKheJ k room cottage, centrally locate J.
I'ttr lerrm nJJft- Z" t',U otn.e i8niw
TWO COTTAfiES TO RENT. Centra'ly locateJ.
I Appl 'o L. b, AWitrr, mo Emmi M i8ti
"TO LLT -A nUelareroim ultaMifor laJv ani
1 ernt'enur r W 0 gentlemen. Apply No. 6 Cot
Use t.nve i84w
riltST-CLASS I'LUMDEK lia fuoooo to In-
BOOKKEEPINO taught: double ntry. Short bual
neis method, alto l:njllh Keatunabl.. 1041
Klni St: i4i-tw
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. hav removed to
114I Union St., oppoiltt the Pacific Club. 'Phone
Main 6a. ilit-in
MRS. NATION GUILTY.
Topekn, Kan., May 14.. The Jurv In
the case of Mrs. Nation, charged with
Joint smashing, this evening returned
a verdict of guilty. The trial was be
fore tho District Court and sentenco
will be pronounced tomorrow. It is
tho general Impression that she wilt bo
released on the payment of a line and
The -jury was out only a short time,
The verdict Is n general surprise, as It
was generally expected that tho Jury
would hang or hrlng In an acquittal.
Mrs. Nation wns convicted for breaking
Into Ed Murphy's Joint ono Sunday
morning last Tebrimry.
Washington, May 17. Naval orders:
Lieut. J. I. McGuInnes, detached Inde
pendence. May 30th, to Alert, relief of
Knslgn Kearney; Lieut. 11. P. Hutchin
son, detached Pensacola to Mohican
immediately, relief Ensign Tozcr; En
sign T. A. Kearney, detached Alert,
May 30th, to home to await orders;
Ensign C. M. Toze'r, detached Mohican
tu home to await orders.
Lieut. McQulnness and Ensigns
Kearney and Tozer ore well known
among Honolulu society people.
OYSTI2W I'GPPER ROASTS a
specialty. Hot boup for lunch and dinner and
the cat cooking In t iwn are ti be found at SIDi
LUNCH ROOMS King atreet. beyond
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Einreia Co.
na. whi re sahu i-uk :alc imiii
WANTED On w rift I wrlfiht ; On firstclast
bla:tmlth helper. Henry WriEht, Fort at.
WANTED -Itonlck-eptf $ anJ office-clerk, driven
ule men ani a I Jaet ol nrlp 1) m't wall
until y"i lie the aJJ In tht taper. Hi call oJay at
elect Empliomint Uureau, corner ol Alakea ani
Merchant Ma. t
OFTIwE POSITION JeslrJ bv competent Book
keeper. "J. L" Bulletin Oitice. 164-1 mo
TO LEAE For a term ol three eira the (urnlth
J reoJenct rt John CaislJv, Walkul, a two
'ory ti ium of nlnetouttn, lth large laml, moaiulto
proof thr uzho-t hot wa'er for bath; ato coitace
ol tAotpoms In jar J Good beach and mm b'h'nr;
altn. finevle of Honolulu JOHN CASblOY. kj
Hjcli Roaj Ualktkt. or P. O Hit 6n. iB4j-tw
TO LET Sfon Houe, well furnUhed room with
baarj. You jr t near Pilkni i04ftm
TO LET On furnUhed room In brick house, on
Nuuanu abuvt Vlne)4ri, 1840 aw
FOR RENT-TwoCottaff tat Walkkl Kent Jt
pr month each. Injulra ol S. Tt, Patn. Tram
wav a office Pjuahou iSwtw
I'O LLT Mcety (urnlhei rooms: gentlemen only.
V'i a) Vineyard St, between fort and Nuuanu.
FOR RENT An elht room Cottage. All modern
Improvement. Two minute walk from Tram
jy. In iulr at the Mint or Favorite Saloon '8 to tf
TO LETCotflfortablt cottatei on the pri
- the Sanita Steam Laundrr Co . Ltd.. Marmlon
and buuth itreets The cottage contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and rath rootr. N extra charge for hot and
cold Mater and electric light. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the pre-nln-t to J LlthtfoM manager. cH-tf
LOST-Ladl huntlngcae gold watch, engravtd
InslJeUiecaM 'J K Kinepju, World's Fair,
Chicago, gt Fin Jer will be rewarded upon return
to J K kjnet'U'i. Hieh Sfie"tf's oftlre. t84f-tw
Jas. F. Morgan
u; OS Queen Street
On Saturday, June 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 6; Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction, by o de; of the Wllitr
S. S. Co., a quantity of unclalmeJ freight
Jas. F. Morgan,
Fine -ob Printing at
NOTICE IS HEUEOV QIVEN OF
the foloulnc appointments in tho Office
of tho Treasurer:
M. T. Lyons Bookkeeper.
Gustavo Uoso License Clortt.
Henry Peters .. Corporation Clerk.
Charles Kannol ...... i. Messenger.
W.M. II. WRIGHT.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu, May 27, 1801.
WANTED Room and boarJ by youne man In prl
vat. family. Will (hare room. St liulleiln.
WA TCD- I'up'la lo com1 lH an tnlni; claat In
Pitman'aSalrm of Stenography. Iatei Is
per mnnth. A41rea "SMOliTIIANU" will ollic
WAMEI Drlrht r.llabl. hoy to Itarn Irw rrlnl
W lng bualnesa anJ maka hlmMlf stneratly uw
ful. Apply at ihl oh, iBai-tf
1MNTED I adl.a ani gtmltmen lo InlroJucelh.
W hollaal" atller on ratlti Dr. Whltt't Eltctrlc
Comb. ralcnt.J 1S90. Asenta arc c.lnlnr mwc
Cur.a all forma of scalp alliams, hcadachca. ale ,
yet costs th. aamt as an 01 dlnary c -mb. Send aoc In
tamps for sampla D. N. Rose, G n. Mgr.. Deca
tur, flL i8ioim
EXPFRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with hied speed engines,
desires position. (Dall enalnes especially) Engmeer.
Bulletin Offlc. iS..-tf
WANTED To Sell Jtwtuiv ad Watches
In the latest styles Watches repaired by a
Rweler of )) years axperlence, G.D1EIZ, titS
uuanu St, iSoS-lf
OUNU MAN. stenographer and typewriter, at
FOR SALE One double-seatet carrlace; one vet
i! harnf . ArplytoJno Casitdy at toos Heath
Kuad Waikiklur i'ustotticeUox 61;, 1T4J
CCUND A (ivr watch n Nuuanu St
1 have tam
have tame by prnvlnj; property and paying lor
it it nacK nanj,
( fc tmrv.t-11,
Special Meeting Notice
THEIIE WILL HE A SPECIAL
meeting of the stocichohlers of Tho
WushlnKton Mercantile Co., Ltd., nt tho
olllce of the company. Wednesday, Muy
:!9. 1901. at I p. ra. to fleet a president,
vice W. E. nurnett, leslgned.
GEORGE E. MORGAN,,
Two Cottams al WalklKl Rent $11
each. Inaulre of S. T. Pain. Tram
way aofr.ee, Puuahou. i8ji-iw
per month each.
FOR SALE A fiooi House, 10 acres ol level lanJ,
plen'y of water, near a plantation and steamer
port (a barcain) Lindsay, P. O. lox 749, Hono
FOR SALE-Slilotson Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Arply
luld Uulldlnr. iii-ii
EmmeliMay, Juld Bulldlnit.
A meeting Is called of all the sub
scribers to the' Kohala Social Hall
building fund on Juno 8th, 1801, nt 7
p. m. at the Kohala Club to consider
transfer of the property to permanent
trustees. ' ,
Per Order of
11. L. HOLSTEIN. Att'y.,
FOR SALE Lease for a years at 10. per arnum,
tueether with th. Krowln; crops of bananas and
pin. apples on )7a acres or land in Manoa valley
u.ii. Allen, Kaal estate, 4 n. King sirteet.
SALE Three thorouthbred English whit.
Inquire Washington Light uo,
FOR SALE Those large and desirable premises
N. fc. corner of Hackfeld and Prospect streets.
For further Information apply to Geo. RCarler.
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS,
.With the Cltv Furniture Store, Love Hulldlng. Fort Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Lodge Le Progres Del'Oceanie
No. 124, A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
me etlnp; of the above lodge at 7: o o'clock
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, May 27.
at Its hall, Masonic Temple.
TRANSACTION OP UUSINESS.
Menbers of Hawaiian Lodce No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge No 82. and all sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present.
By order of the V. M. ,
' E. B. FRIEl,
'IIP THF VAI.I.PV.
Huus. and lot at th. hiad of Rnplnton Lan.
Nuuanu Vallev. relonelnir to C. B. Rlplev lauftered
for sa u This Is one of the choicest homes In th.
supurps of H9nolulu: a modern house, almost
new, fine s able, very large shade trees t no coler
place In Honolulu ; and will be sold on the most
reisonaMc terms. Apply to owner, on th premises.
or at room to, Progress lllock,
FOR SLE Prisons near Punahou desiring earth
for filling lots can secure same at reasonable
rates, deltveiei, by applying at one. to fc, Tar pan
Tannatt. nil Wilder avenue, or tele.'huna White
AT A MEETING OP THE T10ATID
of Directors of The Washington Mtr
cantlle Co.. Ltd., held Saturday, May
J3, 1901, M. J. Blssell was appointed
manager, Ice W. E. Uurnett. resigned.
GEORGE E. MORGAN.
On Saturday, June 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv saleroom. 65 Oueen St.. I will sell
at Public Auction, by order of Mr, Tsu-
mura, me lease 01 mar iot. on ine corner or
Llllha and Vineyard Sis. The property
Ins .1 frontage on Llllha St. of about 41
feet, and a depth of 1 jo feet. Fronting on
Llllha St. Is a store building of four stores
and ten rooms, which rents for $75.00 per
month. In the yard are two nouses of
sixteen rooms, renting for Go per month.
The lot has three sanitary, patent water
closets, wash rooms, etc.. etc. The month
ly rental of this pro.erty Is fGo.oo per
For further particulars enquire of
Jas. F. Morgan,
An Important meeting of 'tlONOLULU
LODGE MD.'OiO, B.P.O K , will be held at
Progres Ha,i. Fort street, on Mondavi
Mav sjth, at 7:50 o'clock p. m
All Elks are requested to be present.
By order of the E. R.
H. D. COUZENS,
FOR SALL Phaeton, good as new.
top. ' I'hatlon" Bulletin Office
FOR SALE The fumllur. of a f rooms house
lTm reasonable, 186 Emjna Su i84l-ew
HOTEL iOK SALE, good paying property tn
heart of tuwn, long lease, cheap rrnt $s,coo.
Parf Cash, part mortgage Inquirer at this office
London, Muy H, "It Is asserted
hero," says tho St. Petersburg (.01 res
pondent of tho Dally Telegraph, "Hint
nt tho request of Admiral Alloxeff, tho
Russian Government Is sending to
more battleships nnd four ci niseis to
reluforco the Itusslun fleet In Chlneso
enters, In untlclpatlon of serious trouble."
Monday and Tuesday
The Patriotic Play,
The Blue and the Gray
WEDNESDAY ANU THURSDAY
THE TWO SISTERS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND
The Comedy Drama of
The Black Flag
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED ,
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
slerp'i roduclng agents or cocaine.
inese ale tlie onlv cental 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 vear, WITHOUT THE LEST PAIN.
All work done bv GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 vears' 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 vou In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth 85 00
Gold Crowns $5 00
Gold FllllnfiB 61 OO
Wllver Fillings 50c
Our name alone will be a cuarantee that
your work yill be of the best.
New Yk Dental Parlors,
ROOM 4; "I
' HOTEL STREET,
LADIliS IN ATTENDANCE.
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