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KVENINQ TIULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 28. 1901.
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AT - IT - AGAIN
FOR A NBW BICYCLB AT
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
Ihe New Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1500 C. I.
JOo.ooo annually are raid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount 555,coo can be saveJ.
Avjto Jj TRht as that of an Electric Arc No merchant would pay twice s much
xuloJ a far better quality at a cost of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
tan .'i. W? hour. One 6C. P Incan- times as much for light? We refer by
JtocKi E!1ric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
-Sen enr ro candle power Transcendent to the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu Drug
.Vu. T transcendent system of Incan- Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where the
ars-aittMlcum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen.
ta'JT carri for and Inexpensive to Install. Lights of all styles can be seen. In'or
Paved by the Board formation and details will be gladly given
: Underwriters : : : at the office of
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, MAS0N,C temple
Wcnthcr Diirmu, l'linnlioit, Mny 28.
Tcnipernturo Morning minimum,
70; Mldatly maximum, SI.
Llarometcr nt 9 a. m. 29.95. Irregular,
Dew Point C8F. i
Humidity at 9 a. m. 18 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
?S. Weather cloudy; wind BE.
From San Francisco, per ntmr. Cop
tic, May 27. Mr. S. 11. Comstock,
Consul O. Gumprecht, Mr. A. W.
RcttlK. Mm. A. W. Rettlg, Mr. F.
M. Steele, Mrs. F. 'M. Steele, Miss
For Hllo and wavJ ports, per stmr Kl
nau, May 28 Daniel Dodd, J Ewnllko,
Miss G Kenton, Mrs O rLpnllcW, Judge
OallbrMth and wife. MrsttVelch, JNT.
Nichols and wife, R Conradt, E P Mable,
A Matels Ltuverars', John Rosa, John
Bento, Y Achu, O Gumprecht. W A Wall,
Miss 1 Richardson. Mrs J J Newcombe,
Miss M Snary, Mrs E A White, Miss K
S Wleht, A B Naone, S Ami. FTP
Waterhouse, Matt McCann. D B Macona
chle, Ellen Butler, Carl Wldeeman and
wife. F MltchMI, C W Deacon, Geo
Nlcro s John Mind and wife, R H Long,
Geo BlaUe, A H Young. C G Young,
Bishop Gu'stan, Mrs J O Y urg, H L
Hempstead, Mrs J Renton, Mrs D B Bond,
L G Cameron, H L Young.
For the Orient, per O & O S S Coptic.
Mav 28- E Hartmann, G K Frukawa, L
L Davis and 140 steer, ge.
For San Francisco, per O S S Zealahdla,
May 28 Jas Million. E Rosewatr.e, Hy
Jum. J F C Able, wife and child, Mrs H
F Wlchman. W C Weedon, W A Howen,
S Dollver, M s L R Rodger and child, J
E FomespecU. J E Van Senden, Capt
Windy, Miss Kimball, MIssCLBIuhm.
Mrs Rosenberg, ailss K a Uavl, J H
Brown. E R Swain. WWK Ball. A Har
IS ASSURED BY
Tbc 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 puld to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. main 73. Laundry. Kawalahao 8t
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St
5 . .. . .
me uunn sectional BooK-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. bOX tax. PROGRESS BLOCK. phoni: mi
i For tYSy fftroatesyi
'' i Af- 6-j;acL '
tiood Cheere T4g?-i
sSr.'' hati I
I a- hungered stomacCss
, ZZz.-. - -prop JtNAtltl
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art goods, and having
jecelvtd a large consignment of new goods, I
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of these goods.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
Willi the City Furniture Storr .
Love Building. Fort Street
S(pps2fi5ncc"'-' i ,)i c5CL Jo THrcAWE 1
Witr rT3ra v-aJ "J -;vck ri 't,w '"' 18
M , T $-?W SSfcMD ff$ OYiTUJMMAM jS
t'la linn 5!) m ' "t'rt' J3 N
I T, lifiSlJ. SPECIAL.UV POP fcrtj J?
I VwtaLl-JUre Triil will prnvV their mervTt'hAiuarV- J
iimmmmuKimumtmmraummmmaamiammmmmmv' i-mwb iiiiiiMi.ii;,fM
4 M V'
Made to Order
Shins with one pair detach
able ciifts made to your
$1 25 1,50 I.7S 2.00 ,2.25,
according to the quality
of material selected.
V it m mitriil U.'t.l, Awiil
The Eastern circo of the bark Nuuanu
Is coming out In tine shape,
The freighter Hawaiian will probably
be ready to sail for San Francisco on Sat
urday. The schooner Alice Kimball, ashore on
the beach at Kahulul, will be sold for the
benefic of the Insurers.
Repair work Is gglng on rapidly on the
steamer Maul. She will be ready for work
again in about two weeks.
The Wilder steamer Helene Is epe:ted
here about the 2 d of June. She began
loading at San Francbco for Honolulu on
Trouble between the workmen from the
Honolulu Iron Works and the engineer
corps ot the Zealandla was nanowly
a erted yesterday.
The schooner Twilight which left here
for Huelo a week ago today, had not ar
rived up to Saturday morning and great
anxiety was felt for her safety.
The schooner Moluahlne an Ivlng yes
terday spoke the Twilight Saturday after
noon a few miles from her destlnjtlon.
This report s:t at rest the fears of the
A WOODEN BANNER.
The Y. M. 'C. A. has Inaugurated a
new and unique way of handing down
to fame the names of Kb favorite ath
letes. The Innovation Is In the shape
of a handsome wooden banner, on
which in BlU letters are engruved trie
following names: F. C. Atherton, M.
A. Check, E. LI. Clark, O. S. Water
house, A. T. Brock, C. II. Cooke, O. a.
Fulled, P. McCorrlston and A. Water
house. These boys comprise the lato
basketball team which won tho cham
pionship. A now banner will he tnado
for the baseball boys In the near fu
ture. Tho games that havo been played so
far this season ale as follows:
Oahu College. C; Y. M. C. A.. 4.
Oahu College, 14; Solace, 0.
Oahu Colegel, 9; Y. M. C. A., 7.
Kamehaineua, 24; Malic lllmas, 0.
Knmchamcha, 9; Oahu College, 0.
Kamchameha. 14; Oahu College, 2.
H. A. O,. 10; Police, 8.
ff I(?. i Cii column vijl hf vtntrtcit
ut If ren n Utit on? innrrltim ; So
cent two inifrthnt; HO ctnt uie verkf 4U
centnt'to hcU, and 00 ctutt one Month,
Thin in the chenptrt adiertmugecervtfered
the ptopU of Honolulu,
PARISIAN DRCSSMKCR-Mmc P Umbert,
r ute from Faucet, Pni, lu opneJ hr dfeis
mtklnKrTlori. HrtclitiitlnffnJ Ufeit deslnv
U41 Nuuanu Avr . boe VlngvarJ t8itiw
CRENCM RESTAURANT TibUdhouinJ
1 a It cane Gfoun4 Itoof, Qtifn Hotel, Nuuanu
near Vineyard Si. Frrncti table board, $5 r' !;
dinner m cnli: butlnesi lunch i cent; a la carte all
day, Banquets dinner parties, ervei on short notice.
Pierre Lambert, late chef Hawillan Hotel, caterer.
VOUR FUTURE correctly toTJ, Consult Madam
I Saionn, recently from the Colonies, P O.
HmioIuIu. H T.
HATS CLEANED. 4 Vineyard St., near Nuuanu.
DRENCH LESSONS Clcn al 4 Vineyard ct.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMIT-
ted Loans neijiitiaied. hmt,loment Apn v,
Dlrable Reai bstate 'or leae ir sale A. R.
HI1NIT, office wlih GuUe Publlhhliie Co , Camp
ball Block, Merchant St, Tel AU'n m. t8.-tf
a riRST.CLASS I'LUMbER has ficnooo to In
est with services. AdJrcss No. a; Uullctin
office. teJU iw
BOOKKEEPING taught, double entry. Short bust
nets method, also fcnelisi. Reasonable ton
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. have re-n'.ved to
ttaB Union St
opposite the Pacific Club hune
OY8TGR PIIMPRR ROASTS a
sreclaltr. Hot bouo for lunch and dinner and
the pest cooking; In t wn are ti be tound at SIDi
L.Uiwn NUiin Kng sueei. reyunj
Nuuanu . T-tl
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tha Ualon Express Co.
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE mstf
WANTED Ont wheel rl(tht : One firstctass
blacksmith helper Htnry Wricht. Fort M.
WANTED -Honk-keepers an) office-clerks, drivers
salesmen and ail classes of help Don't wait
until ysu set the add In the paper, but call oJay at
v elect Erpp'nrrent Itureiu, corner of Alakea and
OFFI' E POSITION deslnd bv cornpe'ent Book
keeper. "J. L" Bulletin Otfice i8-tmr
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BU.LDING.
P.O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and He
ports made for uny class of Waterworks, Steam' and Electrlj Construction;
I'lans and SnecMcatlons and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all brunches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Hall-
roads. Electric mid Steam; Tunnels, Urldgcs, Uulldtngs, Hlghunjs, Founda
tions, Tiers, Whanes, etc.
Special nttcutton given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Inestment purpown.
FUEDEUICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. n. CASTI.C JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
FOR RLNT Mojoult r'of on '0,m C9tt...
lurnlilnJ Co U, Cmiiji Walk, ott Schoil bl
TO LET EI.K.ntly furnt.h.i "through ut Scv.n
r om hojie Rnl for irm t J.J Pr " n'h
Srl.nJIJ Inc. Hon. Klri nl. ttn W.lklkl
Road .nl Thomit Squart. Atklnl)n. Ki3m 9, .Ma
gnon Hulldlnr. Merchant M
TO LET Fumlili.l Jr. nt niom, only Jio nonlhly.
I'tlval. lamlly, ) Vineyard St., t.lo Nuuanu
TO LET rurnUhed cottax ot iftte. or tiv room,
for nous, ktrpinf- trora Jur. lit. Apply 6'9
TO LET Four tare, front roimf, cool and airy,
hot and cold bath rl.ctrk-llthtt. Apply to flu
Taylor, ydlow home. Klnau St . n.ar Alapal .o-iw
TO LET Hous. on Chr'-lUv fan. and fum'ture
lor al. Arply Mr H L. Eddy. ij. I- iw
FOU RENT For a ptrlod ot tour mon'hi, a nicely
fuml.hed kix room tnttaze, centrally located
For tertnt address "Z" this nfttce lituiw
rWO COTTAOES TO RENT. Centrally located.
I Apply In L. H. Alvarer. j.o Emms St. S8.6-1I
A nice large ri.m suitable for lady and
Appl pjo. a t-oi-iS.S'iw
WANTED Room and board by youne man In prl
vat. family Will th. re room. St llullc'ln
WATED-I'up Is to cnmi let. an evenlrp class In
Pitman's System of Stenography. Rales Is
per month. Address "SMOIHAM)"lhli odice.
WANTED Uric hi reliable boy lo learn the print
ing business and make himself ier.erally use-
rui. wrpiy annis otne..
Holy Ohoist FeHtlvol.
The fcstUal of the Holy Ghost at tho
Roman Catholic Cathedral Saturday
night and Sunday attracted hundreds f
of spectators besides those who wcro
present as devout participants. Tho
decorations wcrrj elaborate, the music
was splendid arid the whole elaborate
festival carried out with skill and com
pel to success. The affair was given
under the auspices of thfe Irmandade dl
Espirlto Santo, the following officers
being In oharge; President, J. P.
Rodrlgues; vice president, 51, A. Gon
ealves; secretary, J. 3. Ramos; treas
urer, M. R. A. Vlcrra, and directors, J.
M. Gomes. Joaquin do Sllva, M. S.
Nae&clmento, J, P. Dlas nnd SI. Gomes.
British Admiral Dead.
London, May 21. Sir John Com.
mcrell, Admiral of tho Fleet from 1892
to 1899, Is dead. He wiis born In 1829.
Shamrock I. Wins.
London, May 21 (4:30 p. m,) The
Shamrock I won from Shamrock II
by barely half a minute.
Senator J. D. Paris, Thomas Fitch,
W. A. Wall, Oscar Lewis nnd F. J. Turk
constitutes the latest lift of witnesses
summoned to appear Leforo the Grand
Having disposed of my business to C.
J. DAY & CO , ti take effect June ist
next, I would thank the public tm the
patronage bestowed upon me, and would
ask for a continuance o' the same to my
successors. All debts due are pavable to
me, and I assume all liabilities to life above
iBta-iw CH VS. HUSTACE. -
The scores of the undersigned will be
flrwtJ nt 1-2 nVln-lc nn n-nratlnn rii
May 30. The only delivery will be at io
a. in. i.usiomers are reiuiesiej to place
ineir oruers as soon as possible.
H. MAY & CO.
LEWIS cv CO.
1852 2t SALTER it WAITY.
WANTED ladle, and gentlemen lo Introduce the
"hottest" seller on eai'h Or. White's Electric
Comb, ratented ,849. Agents ar. ctlnlng mone.
Cures all forms of scalp all rents. headaches, .tc .
yet costs th. same as an ordinary cimb. Send oc In
tamps for sample D. N. Rose. G n Mgr., Deca
tur. . 1810-im
pXI'fRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
a- thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer.
Uulletln Oftic. is. 8-tf
liANTED To Sill Jeweidy and Watches
vv In the latest styles Watches lepaired by.
leweler ol 15 years experience. G, DlEIZ. nsl
Nuuanu Si. i8oS-tf
' one. Address
stenographer and tvpcwrlter,
A N." Bulletin out.,
FOR SALE at a bargain. House and lot at Punahou
Seven moms and bath. All midern conenlences.
Apply lu Mrs. T. B Cla?ham, )8jAnapunl street.
FOR SALE One doubleseatel carriage, one set
of harness. Appl) to Jno Cassldy at tool Beach
Road WaiklUorJVjst otnceBoa Caj itij-iw
FOR RENT Two Cottages al Walklkl Rent $J
per month each. Inquire ot S. T. Pain, Tram
way s ollice, Puuahou. i8)i-sw
COR SALE A Good House, to acres of lee! land
' blen V of water, near a Btantjtlon and steamer
(a bargain) Lindsay,
Box s.o. Hono-
FOR SALE-Slilotson Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, nn the Inst aM men t plan. Apply
Emmctt May, Judd Building. s?48-if
FOR SALE Lease for ti years at ficUt;er arnum,
loEtther w(ih tht crowing erupt of bananas and
rlnt apples on lfH acres ot lam In Wanoa Valley
u,. nuen, ntai csiaie, 44 n. Kins sireeet.
COR SALE-Threa thoroughbred Enpllsh hltt
' setter pups Inquire Washington Light Co., or
Ttlepnone us. ,840-tm
COR SALE Tho large and desirable premises
N, E, corner of Hackfeld and I'rcsrect streets.
For further Information apply to Geo, R. Carter.
1 84c it
lA HOME "UP THE VALUCV." The
"0V!anJIo, ' tnt head if Koblnson Lane.
nuuanu vainry, reigngincio . IJ, Kipiey is ullereJ
for sat, This Is one ot the choicest homes In th
suburbs of Honolulu- a modern huuw. almost
new fine sable, very large shade trees t p c-oler
plare In Honolulu ; and will b sold on- the most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on tht premises,
or at room 10, 1'rog'ess lllock, 1841-uno
grntleman or two gentlemen.
TO LEAE For a term ot three years the furnish
ed residence ot John Cassldy, Waiklkl a two
story house of nine 100ms, nvlth Urpe Una I, mos lulto
(roof throughout 1 hot wa'er fr bath: also cottage
of tu rooms In yard. Good beach and sea ba'hlnc,
also, tint view of Honolulu JOHN CASilUY. tooj
Heach HoaJ. waiteitti, or l'. u not on. B4
rO LET Setton House, well furnished rooms with
board, ou g 8t , near IMkol i84tim
TO LET One (urnkhed room In brkk house, on
Nuuanu above Vineyard. 1841 sw
FOR RENT TwoCottag'tat Walk kl Kert Ji)
per month each. Inquire of S. T Pain, Tram
wav 1 office , Puuahou. 18 wow
rO LET Nicely furnished rooms gentlemen only,
No 4Vlceyard M, between Fort and Nuuanu.
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage
mprovement. In minutes uaV
Imurovementx.. ro minutes uak from Tram
way. Inijyire a' the Mint or f-avorite baloon itw tf
TO LErComfrtab!e cotta.es on th premises of
tht Sanltaiy Steam Laundrr Co.. LJ.. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 moms,
kitchen and rath room. N extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to JLlehtfoit. manager. 08 -tf
Jas. F. Morgan
si 65 Queen Street
On Saturday, June 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Fubllc Auction, by o-Jer of the Wilder
S. S. Co., a quantity of unclaimed freight
Jas. F. Morgan,
COUND A silver watch on Nuuanu St.
tiavt same .by proving property and paying for
w, c. viinweii. no jtnivKiunj.
To Whom It May Concern.
Honolulu, May 27, loot.
Notice Is herebs' Riven that the American
schooner "H, D. Bendlxsen," whereof M.
Olsen is Master, has arrived this day from
Newcastle, N.S.W.. with cargo of coal
consigned to order The said Master being
unable to locate consignee of cargo or
holder ot Bills of Lading, takes this course
to notify conslgnreof caigo, of the vessel's
readiness to discharge same as per terms of
CharterParty' MATHIAS OLSEN,
Master Am. Sc."H.D. Bendlxsen.'1
COP SLE Persons near Punahou dt-slrlngeirth
1 for filling lots can ecure same at reasonable
rates, del veieJ, by applying atoncet-E, Tat pin
Tannin, it Wilder averu. or telephone While
FOR SALF Phaeton good as new, hull leather
top. ' PhaMon" Bulletin Office i8i-tf
CUR SALE The furniture cl a rooms house
Terms reasonable 148ft Emma St, 84tiw
. UOTEL FOR SALL. good palng propfrty In
v " heart of tow-, long lease, cheap rent Jj.eoo.
Partcahh part mortgagt Inoulrt at this othce
part mortgagt Inquire
I OST Piamtf Samtian Hospital on road from the
- Hawaiian not 1 m home 01 u Minn, near Napiu
lanl Park. Walklkl tetueen hours jf 1 a. m and
Monday. Mav stiIi. tan A reward of J 10
b paid li tinder on dllvtry of same 10 this
LOST Ladles' hunt I njj. case gold watch, engraved
Inside the case. "J K, Kaneruu. World's Fair.
1 go, i ' t inJer win pe rewarded upon return
K. Kanepuu, High Sheriff's ohlre, i84jJW
Fire Claims Commission.
Pursuant to Act.15 of the Legislature tf
Hawaii, notice Is hereby given tint said
Commission will, reglnnlng on FRIDAY
the list ctay of MAY, A. D. 1001, M the
hour nf ntio.a. m. hold oubllc fesslon. at
the rooms nf the Chamber of Commerce
,'.l..tl DIk.I. tmr . Cr. nl Ur
chant streets, Honoluln, T. H., for the
purpose of lieirlng and examlng proofs of
the allegeil loses as p ovi led in saw aci
F. W. MACFARI.ANE,
Dated May 27th, ioi. i523t
At a meeting of the directors of the
pKNICUM CO.MPANY. LTD.. held this
day, an assessment of io"o on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on June ist
and delinquent July 1st.
ORPHECJM COMPANY, LTD :
BY JOHN P. COLtiURN,
May 27, 1901 Secretary pro tern
On Saturday, June 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom. 6; Oueen St.. I will sell
at Public Ayctlon. by order of Mr. Tsu-
mura. me lease or inai 101 on ine corner or
Llllha and Vineyard Sts. The property
has a frontage on Llllha St. 'of about 41
feet, and a depth of 130 feet. Fronting on
Llllha St. Is a store building of four stores
and ten rooms, which rents for 5:$-oo per
month. In the yard are two houses of
sixteen rooms, renting for tdo per mopth.
The lot has three sanitary, patent water
closets, wash rooms, etc.. etc. The month
ly rental of this prorerty Is $60.00 per
For further particulars enquire of
Jas. F. Morgan,
The Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
Monday and Tuesday!
The Patriotic Play,
The Blue and the Gray
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
j THE TWO SISTERS
KWA AND SATUKUAI AM)
SATURDAY MATINEE ,
The Comedy Drama of
The Black Flag
Wf.W !.. I