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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOt.UJ.tJ, H. T., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1901.
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. .HtO. (n Mi' column itill interled
tl IS ctntt a lint out inttrtum : tS
centt lie 0 inKrlioni; 30 cent! one veel; 40
ctnlt tico tettltj ami 00 ctnlt one month.
Thlt it the thtapttt adierlitingtrer offered
the people 0 Honolulu,
SALESMEN EARN ti.o A MONTH sellirij;
ovr ten carbon copying took and othr ofBc
sreclat'les by sample! easy sellers 1 good rrofi s 1
used fcy all merchants 1 tint slJe lines L. A. fcLY
rltes "can miVt i wik." W. O LAREY
-chart J Ii) In wie-hall day W.J. AUSTIN, fit
kilthuurs. H. E. PAYNE'S tint order was tor
9)t won liKrudlnf 16 ecpylnr fcooks. catalogu.
mti muutL mi-u. .u., uti'i. 51, aoutn
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER-Mme. P. Lambert,
late froai Dcucet, Parlf. has opened her dress
teasing parlors. I irst-ctass fittlntr and latest designs.
144 Nuuanu Ave , aooe Vlneard. iBeyinm
DOOKKEEPINO tautht, douMeentry. Short bull
- ress method, also English Reasons'
VOUR FUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
Sastwn, recently from the Colonies. P. O.
Honolulu. M T.
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Ttif Union Eiprtii Co
Biiwnne 5Anu i-uk stc im)
WANTED PuplU t J comrlH an tventnr dm In
Pitman's System of Stenography Kates $$
per aiwita. AdJrs "shorthand" this office.
WANTED Two food solicitors l steaJv position,
rood ray. Call Hletn o and i, Room too,
JudJ UulUlnjt, corner Merchant an4 Fort Sis. 6iiw
WA-VTEDTo Sut jEtAEutr and Watches
In iht latest styles Watches repaired try a
Jsvtltr of 15 years txperience, O, DIETZ. Fort St ,
ctar Hotel. tfoS-tl
WANTED -Donk-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
salcMnen and all classes of help. Don't wait
train ysu see the add In the paper, tut call today at
Select Emrloymnt Bureau corner of Alakea and
OFFICE POSITION desired fry cnjwl-nt Book
tmper. 'J. L." Bulletin Office. .84Vin.o
WANTED-Prltht reliable bo to learn the print
tttr business anJniakt Jkimsetf generally use
ful. Apply aMMs office v y
WANTED I adits and Ren' I e men to tntroJuct the
'"hottest" seller on eaith. Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1899 Agents are cclnlnr tnone-.
uires an lorms ot scaip aiivems, neajacnes, etc
yet costs the lime as ah ordinary c-mb,
nJ ttv? In
'atnrs for saraele
D. N. How. Gn. Met.. Deca-
tor, III. .
CXPRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER
- thoroughly famiHar with high speed engines.
desires position, (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office ,8o8-t.
YOUNG MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
once Address "A N.'1 Bullstin Office
Cp CfV fT House and lot, Walklkl rcaj,
$J,)AJ.AJ belonging to tstaieofG Man
cn For particulars, enulit of Mrs. G, Manvm, or
F. L.Waliron. ,.,.., .lgSg'n"
PR SALE Phaeton, good as new. Full leather
top. A G Hitchcock, 874 King St ifiji-tf
COR SALE A phaeton In excellent con J Won! cloth
Unci Cost $jm new. For sale chtap. Inquire
cfMrs W, C Weed on, Bingham St, or room 8.
Mo 31 Block iSjytf
FOR RENT Two Cottages at Waiktitl Rent Sis
rr month each. Inquire of S. T Pain, Tram
way s office. Puuahou. .8n-w
kaiihi, splendid lew, cheip Enquire at this
FOR SALE-f6s 00. A bargain, Topbuggy, good
asntw Lxtenslon springs. Made to order. In
culre of W W. Wright. I on St i8j..m
FOR SALE A blryrte rnerr)-gn-rcund, carries 16
paivengers, little used. -otfipj, will sell for
S5o.EnqulreaU)5 Merchant St. i8-iw
FOR SALE Algiroba cordwood. In quantities to
suit: detUerel. Apply U. LUhman, Keaumoku
strt. Tel. White ttti . iSffiw
COR SALE Threa thoroughbied EnglKh white
setter pups. Inquire Washington Light Co., or
Telephone 115 i8,otm
1 J CTf EL FOR SAIE, good paying property In
' heart of town, long lease, cheap rent. Fs.coo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Six lots on Kapahuiu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Judd Building. m8-tf
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY." The
House and lot at the heai of Robinson Lane,
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C. B. Ripley Is offered
for sale. This Is one of the choicest homes In the
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern house, almost
aew, fine s'able. very large shade trees ; no ctoler
place In Honolulu ; and will be sold on the most
reasonable terms. Appiy 10 owner, on me premises,
or at room 10, Progress I
;rett Hlock. t8-imo
TO LET A five-room cottage, on corner of Klnau
and Pcnsacola streets. Apply to W, O Atwater
OFriCLS TOR RENT-In Brewer building. Queen
street, on rtasonable terms, Apply to C Brewer
It Co . Ltd. iB6imos
TO LET or lease for a term of years, one targe
building at Ullcl. tixv, with a drive all around
the hull Jlng. known as the Honolulu Steam Ltundry
bulldlrg. For Information, apply at Peerless Pre
serving Paint Company. iS6i.iw
"W W. Beebe. care of James Noit, Jr. i8w-iw
TO LET A house of over jo rooms, centrally
1 located. Ad new.' Apply Bulletin office, 6o-at
PR REST-'Jni double and three single furnUted
roomj. Can be used for light housekeeping
Private family. 416 Punchbowl street. 1860-iw
FOR RENT-Wilder Avenue, next Alexander St
New 1 room houi., Bed Rooms porcelain bath;
also nicely furnished cottagsviult llghthousi keep
ing. Law rental. Call or by Icltir, W, B. this office.
TO LEASE-Slx acres of land In Kewato
MrllcuUr apdIv lo A. W. BINDT. utftr
Culde Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant
Si. Telephone Main ?4.
rO LET A fo.r room wottage. kitchen, pantry and
hirhltini rAnm aim. tail n iinh.B I tsarb
f Vineyard St. Apply to J. A, M. OsorltS, liquor
department of Hofffchlaeger Co., Ltd , King street.
FOU RENT-A suite of three furnished rooms
suitable for housekeeping, i)) Fort St. ss-iw
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster s
office In Progress II 0 k, will be for rent after Jtne
10 The rorms will be rented singly or en suite.
ApplytoC.S. Ceskv, Progress BlKk. i84tf
TO LET Five room cottage, tnamelej tub, etc.,
next to Mormon cliurch. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
at premises t8,-imo
TO LETHiHegantly furnlshelihroutoout" Seven
room holse Rent for term at S.iTpcr month
Splendid location King stieel. betwn Walklkl
Road and Thomas Square, Atkinson, Room 8, Ma
goon Building, Merchant St.
TWO COTTAGES TO RENTCentrady located.
I Appl y to L. F, Alvarei, 1140 Emma St. 1846-1!
TO LEASE For a term of three vears th. furnish
ed residence ol John Cassldy, Walklkl, a two
sory house ol nine looms, with large lanal. mosquito
proof throughout t hot wa er for bath: also cottage
At twn rooms in vard. Good heach and sea bathlnir:
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASblOY, au
ileach Hoaa, walklkt, or H. u llox l. B4S'w
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You g St . near Pllkol
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way, inquire at the Mint or Favorite Saloon ilio tf
TO LET Comfortable cotta,.s on th. premises of
1 the Sanlta y Steam Laundry Co , Ltd., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and rath room. N , extra chargt for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Kent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises fo J Lit htfoM, manager e.S-tf
Drs. Mori and Kobayashi
OFFICE, ALAKEA STREET,
Next lo Pacific Club.
, KOBAYASHI, M D. IOA MOW, M D,
I to 10 a, m. 10 to it a m.
t to 6 p. m, (except Surday) t to p m.
AN IMPORTANT MEETING OF
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, It. P. O. E will
be held at Froeres Hall, King street, on
MONDAY, JUNE 10th, at 7:30 o'clock
All Elks are requested to be present,
By order oftheE.R.
H. D. COUZENS.
' ' Pino Job Printing nt tlie Bui
'LABOR SHORT IN KOHALA.
Kohala, Juno 8. Tho' question of
plantation labor Is becoming
a serious proposition in the Kohala
district, as likewise the whole Island
In the llamakua district it Is also
a serious proposition, It being Impossi
ble to get men enough to perform th
ordinary labor ot stripping and weed
Ing the cane.
What work Is being done upon most
ot the plantations Is performed under
a cooperative or profit sharing system,
each plantation adopting a specific
tnode or condition In making contracts,
etc. Without the least exaggeration the
labor of fully 8000 men could be utilis
ed to advantage.
This lack ot labor has necessitated a
larger amount of second rattoonlng
which otherwise would not be the rase.
Acres upon acres of cane that should
have been cut back will tassel In Oc
tober or November.
m i .
Sheridan From the Coast,
The U. S. Army Transport Sheridan,
Contain Pierce, arrived from San Fran
cisco Saturday evening' after a' run of
seven days. The big steamer brought
tunny passengers tor Manila, 240 enlist
ed men, some ot whom ore for here and
a full cargo ot commissary stores.
Among tho nassensers are General
A. W. Greeley, Chief of the Signal
Corps will Is making Ms second trip
tn the Philippines. This visit will bo
In the nature of a tour or inspection oi
the Islands. General Greeley was
here onco before. He is the man who
made the trip to the Arctic regions In
the early '80's.
Mrs. Chaffee, wife ol the American
general In China Is also a passenger.
There are one hundred school teach
ers among the 'cabin passengers on
their way to tako up their labors In th4
schools of our new possession. These
teachers aro from nearly every State
In the Union.
The Shorldan Is expected to sail for
Manila tomorrow morning.
Germany appears to look upon tho
efforts of J. Plerpont Morgan, with
some nlarm. Ills capture ot the Iron
and steel Industry and his gobbling up
ot English steamship companies nro
regnrded ns a menace to German trade
and n rivalry In tho Iron nnd steel in
dustry which cannot be met. All
Europe is rapidly realizing that Ameri
ca has nch .intnges which the old world
cannot compete wit. It Is a natural law
of trade, and protests will not affect
American supremacy! Philadelphia
Notice of Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the sharerHd
es of The Pacific Land and Improvement
Crmpanv, Ltd.. held on the 7th day Inst.,
at the office of Yes Sing Tal Co.. Hono
lulu, the following were elected officers of
said corporation for the ensuing year:
President- Pang Chong
Vlce-Pre!dent Chang Chiu
Secretary A. Y. Shew
Treasurer C. O. Yee Hop
Auditor .Pang Lum
Directors-Lee King Chin, Pang Lum
Mow, Yee Yap and Yip b. Young.
A. Y. SHEW, Secretiry.
Honolulu, June 10. toot. iBrvtw
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses anc Mules
can do so by applying
by letter to the : : :
Umnula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any and all
R. W. JONES, Manager.
Kamuela P.O. Is'and of Hawaii
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Pllkol and Beretanla streets. Fine large
yard, with trult and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedrooms, servants'
Stalls for two horses and .carriage room
House v)H be rented furnished. Party
renting must lane good care or me
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6, Queen Street.
For the Convenience of the Patrons
of the MOANA HOTEL,
busses will leave regularly to.
ana from the city, as followi:
From corner King
and Fort Sts. From Moana Hotel
7:,o am 8:coam
8:00 a m 8:30 a m
8:4s am - 9:30 a m
0:15 am 1. :00 am
400 p m 4:45 p m
4:30 pm 5:15 pm
5:30 p m 6:03 p m
6 co p m 6:4s p m
Commutation tickets maybe purchased
at the Hotel Office.
F. M. SMITH,
Manager of Moana Hotel,
Notice Is hereby given that I have this
day, with the approval of the Acting
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, com
missioned James W. Pratt, iisci,,
Assessor for the First Taxation Division,
Territory of Hawaii, vice Jonathan Shaw,
Esq., resigned, totakeeffect'July ist, 1901.
WM. H. WRIGHT,
(J2-3t , , Treasuier, Territory of Hawaii,
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, June 10.
-Temperature Morning minimum
71b Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.92. Falling
Dew Point 71F. j
Humidity at 9 a. m. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
10. Weather cloudy; wind light 8W.
Saturday, June 8.
USS Sheridan. Pierce. 7 das from
Stmr Lehua, Dower, from Maul pins.
Sunday, June 9.
Italian Bk Pa.auale Lauro. Lauro. 51
day from New Ca,tle.
stmr uaudine, Parker, from Maul ports.
Stmt Iwalanl, Greene, from Kauai.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn. from Kauai.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauat.
Monday, June to-l ,
Am Bks Archer. Hardeck. 11 davs from
San Francisco. . .
Saturday, June 8.
Am ship Abner Coburn, Murchlnson.
for the Sound. Anchored outsl de.
Stmr Maul. Bennett, for Kukilau, Lau-
pahoehoe and Papaloa at 5 p m.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kapaa
at j p m.
StmrNhhau, Thompson, for Anahola
at 4 p m.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
ports at 10 a m.
tmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports at 12 m.
'Stmr Mlkahala. Grezorv. for Nawlll-
will, Hanatnaulu and Koloa at 5 p m.
btmr Lehua, Bennett, for .MoloKal ports
amir muKUill, impaia, iui rriuui a ym.
From Maul ports tier Stmr Claudlne.
June 9. Mrs S E Damon, child and ser
vant, Miss S Paty. Mrs F A Potter, C D
Lufkln. G E Cutter, G N Pruce, E R
Llnd, Mrs J Kamanoulu, Mis Hope and 2
children, Mrs bdler 3 children, and
servant, A Gardner, A W Dunn, Ah
Young and wife, Leong Kong Mon, Sing
You, Wong Hln, Rev E G Silver wile
and child, Mrs C A Silver, MIssGilllland,
J J Drummond and 31 deck.
From Kauai per Stmr Miknhala, June 9.
Geo Rodlek. L Lurtlsle. W 11 Rice, Jr.
A S Wilcox Jr. Mrs J B Hanalke. A F
Bannester, Mrs J Dlas, Miss H Neal, Miss
M A Tltcomb, D Conway, Louis Kahl
baum. A V Peterf, E K Bull, J H Arendt,
Mrs C Book, Wm Keawe, Paxton
f-rom fcleele per stmr iwaianl, June 9
Miss Jesses Neat. Caotaln and MrsJR
Spenser, C L Moody, C W Smith, D E
metzger. snerm and mrs naivorsen, n w
Bow en. R Shea W A Wrlcht and 6 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per str. Kl
nau, Juno 8 W. P. Pfotenhaucr, A.
llumucrg, j. ;. .mciioih, ucorge fien
ds, Mrs. J. N. T. Nichols, Mrs. E. A.
White, Judge Oalliraith and wife. F.T.
P. Wnterhouse, M. B. L.ennon. .miss a.
R. Coats, John Uento, John Rosa, An
tonio Mattes and son. George S. Mc-
Kenile, Henry West, T. Wilson, cap
tain E. Harrison. Toyo Nakamura, n.
R. Ryan C McLennan, Albert Horner,
Miss A. Horner, T. R. Keyworth. Rob
ert Hind. Jr.. A. J. Eames C. Streclc
wald. Miss C. 6. Bond. Mrs. B. H.
Deemer, H. Class, Miss Tanl Mura, T.
Onedaro. Mrs. Captain Myo and two
children Mrs. S. K. I'tu tusd daughter,
Miss E. Ionn. Miss Ida Hoolapa. Miss
Mary Iona, Miss Meleka Hoolapa, Miss
Hannah Kannane, .Mrs. u. uusnmau
and four children. Mrs. Wm. McKay,
W. Choncr. Ah K I. W. E. Bclllna. I
Rose and wife. C. T. Day H. M. Pem
broke. C. Lendholm, M. Pancoast, Rev.
A. E. Cory, Georgo Turner, Mrs. Rels
and daughter. Mrs. M. Maunal and
child, K. Vellguth, H. Collen. C. II,
Durfee and wife. Jutlgo U. Kniiauieno,
K. C. Peters, Hon. J. K. Hlhlo, Mis
Peck and 9S deck passengers.
Tt. l,.tl U.aiiaUw .. knar. Mnlft.
I lie iWrfldiu viuukii. .v-u ua,t riunu
well sugar; She reports 5796 bags sugar
on Nana 1.
The constitution has not followed
the flag on the transport Sheridan lis
tho following order, posted conspicu
ously In two places on the saloon deck,
1 No Spanish Allowed
To Bo Spoken on the
By Order C. O.
Whoever C. O. Is, he cr-rtalnly bns put
himself on record The teachers aboard
the vessel who had been In the habit
of using Spanish as a, means of con
versation, consider that the order Is an
InUtatlon tor them to gu to some other
part oftho vessel If thoy want to speak
ir Spanish. Some ot them who speak
German, have switched nnd are using
the language of the Vaterland now,
so they expect that thero will be an
order given to stop using that language
The next order tho teachers expect
is that the man who Issued tie pre
vious order will Issue another, fom
pelting saloon deck passengers to tine
American, thus cutting out all for
eign languages. Including English.
As Spanish is a 'modern language,
the teachers think their rights are be
ing encroached upon by the order.
Some of them can speak in the an
cient languages but, Btncr the issuance
of the order, some pf them left like
using the profane language to fittingly
express themselves, regarding it.
As the trip from here to Manila Is a
long one, tho teachers anticipate that
an order may be Issued, compelling
them to sny nothing but saw wood."
Phoenix, A. T May 31. Inability of
tho rnnchers In the Salt River alley
to secure laborers to gather the hay
and grain 'crops has assumed a most
seilous form, and unless help comes
soon thedaniage will bo very heavy.
Much of the first crop of alfalfa Is
spoiling In tho fields because enough
men cannot bo secured td take caro ot
It, nnd th esecond crop will bo ready
In n few weeks. The largest grain crop
cer known In this Territory Is ripe,
but much of It will be ruined unless,
men can bo found to handle It.
Pino Job Printing nt tho Bul
Jas. F, Morgan
11 85 Queen Street
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr.
Douglas Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuamu Streets. The
grounds are nicely improved and planted
with fine trees. The main dwelling house
Is well and substantially built, In good re
pall and contains large lanal, large duuble
parlors extra large dining room, large hall,
3 extra large bedrooms, bathroom with hot
and cold water, large kitchen, fine cellar, a
portion of which Is cemented and contains
extra stove with stationary washtub.
Large rear yard. A large bain, stables,
hen house and servants' house.
Property has a frontage on School street
ol 85 feet, a depth of 2t6 feet and a total
area of 48 100 of, an acre.
las. F. Morgan,
6$ Queen Street.
For Rent !
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
on the upper side ot Beretanla street, near
Building are two-story with five bed
rooms, parlor, sitting-room, dlnlng-roim,
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, fine clothes
closets, bath, etc., etc , large yards, ce
ment walks, etc. Each house Is connect
ed with the sewerage system.
Houses ready for occupancy on or about
June 1 5th.
RENT fjo per month.
Also one new house on Klnau street
Rent 15 per month
Jas. 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-r. roduclng agents or cocaine.
These are the onlv dental parlors 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 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 io exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you in
advance exactly what your workwill cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crovvna $5.00
Gold Fllllndu 61.00
Silver Fillings , OOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM 4, HITS BUIlUlrlO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Made to Order
Shifts with one pair detach 1
able cuffs ms'ds to your
$1.28 l.BO 1.76 9.00 8.85
according to the quality
of material selected.
PAINT IS PAINT
Hall's Cottage Paint
Thnt'i the kind you vnnt.
( Ready Allxed for use stt
ComoH In nil color t s 1
E. O. HALsC & SOIN,
, KING AND FORT STREET..
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF Ml?. CH4S. HUSTACB. we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : : ,
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Gunn Sectional
8 Office find
I The Coyne Furniture Co., .
P. O. BOX 6il. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 07!
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