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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1001.
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THE M. E. KILLEANi CO., LTD.
4. HUlfcL MKUbJJ 4.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table- napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3.
I. 0. 0. F.,
MmU every Monday evening at 7:30
la Harmony Hall, King street.
L. H. DEE, N. O.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NalTk. of P.
Mwtfl ev.ry Wednesday evening at
1:10 o'clock. Castle Hall, Fort street,
irisltlng brothers cordially Invited to
H. J. OALLAQHER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No7f,
R. A. M.
KteU every third Thursday evening
M Huonlc Temple. All visiting com
tuiona cordially Invited.
A. F. OILFILLAN, E. C.
2. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
NO. 1, K. T.
KhIi In Masonic Temple on the sec
Mi Thursday evening ci each mouth.
All visiting Sir Knights courteously
A. F. OILFILLAN, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot F.
MmU every Friday evening at their
Daatlo Hall, 42014 Fort street, at 7:30.
Members ot Mystic Lodge No. 2 ,and
suiting brothers, cordially Invited.
O. ERICSON, C. C.
K. ot R. and 3.
MUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1, A. & A. S. R.
Meats the first Thursday in each
aaonth, at Masonic Temple. Sojourn-
bg and visiting brothers cordially ln-
r!Ud to attend all meetings.
M. W. M..ALBERT VAN CLIEF GEAR
ftfeLAN B. 3CRIMQEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE Le PROQRES DE
NO. 124, A. & A S. Rite.
Itated meetings on the last Monday
t each month, in Its hall, Masonic
L. deL. WARD, W. M.
. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
tftated meetings, first Monday each
Month. Special meetings, when called
twill be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progres, Pacific
ftodi, and all sojourning brethren
WM. II. WRIGHT, W. M.
"5. IX. Q. WALLACE, Secretary.
XC6 Delivered Free
To any part ol the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM,
Tsi., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
MrMce will be delivered by courteous
Ivsr? to any part of premises desired.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
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may ft obtained tvery
thlrc In th Jlre of chllJ
rtn'i clothing. Dresses,
undirwear or complete
outfits maJc to order t
Sole Agents for
Comfortable 2 story Cottage
on Lunalllo street. Electric
light. Good plumbing : :
FOR RENT OR SALE
THE MIST PREMISES
Extensive grounds, large
roomy house and cottage.
Partly furnished : : :
At Kalmukl, large well
built house,well situated,
stable, poultry yard, etc.
Castle & Lansdale,
REAL ESTATE AND
Rooms 506 and 507 Stangenwald Building,
TELEPHONE .MAIN 70.
THE CHOICE !
10 YEARS OLD
The American Gentlemen's Oilnk.
Sold livery where.
SOLE AGENTS ARE
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd,
The Pioneer Wine and UquorHouse.
KINO ST NEAR FETIIP
THIS PAPER kWS'V
tlilne Agency. 64 ani 6j, Mtrchints Ex mse, San
Francisco, California, woert contracts fo Ivertldnjr
ctn bt mid tor I
I Tl,.t I t
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Bishop Willis left in the Klnau tor
Maln 13G Is the City Wood and Cnal
Yard. Try them.
The transport Sheridan sailed yes
terday morning at daylight.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu-
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
A sharp earthquake Is reported from
Walohlnu, Kau, Saturday, 'Juno ti.
Mystic Lodge No. 2K. of'P. meats
tonight in Castle Hall, Fort street.
Camera & Co.. wine and llauor mer
chants. Tel, Mala 140, AUkea stref
Completely renovated and still sell
ing Rainier Deer. Pantheon Saloon.
The mall steamer China Is due to
tall for San Francisco Saturday next.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St, $1 CO per week up.
Miss Mary Shlpman returned to her
home In Hilo this morning by the Kl
A folding bed, cither for sale or to
exchange for bed room furniture. See
For Sale column.
Choice Claret SO cents, Port, Madeira,
Zlnfnndel, 73 cents a gallon at Hoff
schlaeger Co.'s, King near Bethel.
All trial Jurors for the April term
cf the Federal Court arc requested to
call at the Marshal's office and receive
their per diem fees.
II. 11. Gehr, manager of the Hllo
Kohala Railroad, left In the Klnau for
Hllo today. Active building opera
tions will soon be begun.
The scientists of the Fish Commis
sion spent yesterday In catching fwlvo
new species of fish. Of these, three of
the species arc entirely unknown to thu
A seuInK circle has been organized
by the Young Women's Christian As
sociation. Meetings will be held by
the society every Friday evening at
the home of Mis. 11. C. Drown.
Collisions and runaways were one of
the main diversions esterrtay down
the Wnlklkl road. The throng of vehl
cles wns so grent that the half dozen
wrecks that occurred were not sur
Captain Barge had a very b'ur il.i
of It yesterday, afo dlrcctlni the mu
sic nt the park ml da;, he took chaise
of the -rhcstra tha: furnished r.iiulc
for the Henlnnl minstrels which laste:!
Mothers who like to have their chll
dicn picttlly and stylishly diessed pa
tronize the M. E. Klllean Co.'s chil
dren's department. Evtrj thing n
child could need Is made to order In u
dainty up-to-date way
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair priced
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call tor rigs free of charge.
Caraarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits nf the sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock ot fresh
apples, grapes, oranges, etc. b'end your
orders by phone. No. Main 37S.
If you want to buy n first class, guat-
nnteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for the same
artlclo In New York city, drop In to
tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and ask to see their reduced stock.
Tho beach tesorts were crowded all
day yesterday and their accommoda
tions were taxed to the utmost. There
wag a high surf rolling nud many
were those who took to the canoes to
enjoy the sport of surf riding. Tho
resorts report the biggest day's busi
ness of the year.
The California & Oriental steamer
Carlisle City arrived from Yokohama
estcrday. Sho has over five hundred
tens of general Oriental freight for this
port. As she was not fumigated be
fore leaving Japan great enre Is being
taken to keep any rats that may lii
aboard from coming ashore.
Although delayed In Its work Mon
day forenoon by the call of the Grand
Jury for tho clerk and Chinese Inter
preter, Judgo Wilcox made things fly
when he did start In. Only ten cases
were continued. Twenty-four gamblers
wero lined $5 and costs each. Ah Ung,
Ah Choy and Ah Tim were each lined
$30 and costs for running gambling
games. A largo number of drunks paid
tho usual line.
Michael Edward Lcnnan and Miss
Amy Coats, both of Hllo, wero married
In this city Monday, June 10, tho Ruv
Father Valentine officiating. The
groom Is an attorney who has lived In
Hllo for seveial years. Tho lirldo
rume to Honolulu last fall, from North
Dakota and, several months ago, went
to Hllo as a stenogippher In the law
offices of Wise & Nlckeus. Mr. Len1
nan Is soon to form a law naitnerahlp
with F, W. Ilankey.
Walter Cook, and another soldier
from Camp McKlnlcy woiu arrested
yesterday for assaulting a hack driver.
Manuel Perry, tho Oliver, claims the
twain entered his vehicle nnd demand
ed to bo driven. to Walkiki. The fate
was demanded In advance. This was
refused and tho soldlerfl tried to get
hold of the lines. Perry dioo to the
station and turned his load over to tile
Kamuela, n Hawaiian, was ai rested
yesterday by Captain Fox for heedless
driving on tho Walkiki road. Ho waj
going at a brisk pace with n light wa
gon, paying little attention to the m(-
nierous vehicles both (ruing and com-'
lug. Near tho Wnlklkl Inn. his wagon
collided with a double seated carriage
driven by ladles, Tho Hawaiian's wa
gon was demolished and he with his
feminine companion thrown to the
ground. Captain Fox took him In
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Diilgnu tod BullJn ot Hlrh-'Jnli
Yachts, Boats nnd Launches I
Worm 691 KINK ST.
I'.ORoif Telethon, Blui jm
HOUSE APPROPRIATES MONEY
AFTER MUCH DISCUSSION
Kaniho Would Have Band Play at De
parture of Island Skamers-Hoogs
Suggests the.Trains Ewaliko
Wants Band forHilo.
It was "Oh, Listen to the Band" in
the House on Monday afternoon. Tho
question was fought over from start to
finish and enough wind wanted on the.
measure to supply the band with mo
tive power for the next biennial period.
Ewaltko began the symphony by
moving to strike out tho entire appro
priation. This created considerable ol
an ovation, pitched In different keys.
The band supporters rallied around the
appropriation for some moments, until
Emmeluth arose and spoke In support
of the Hllo stateman's motion.
'In discussing this item." he said.
''we have to look at It from various
standpoints. Do we want to perpetuato
the conditions of the past? Do we
wont to use the money of tho outside
country for the benefit of Honolulu?"
"Yes!" exclaimed Moors.
"The honorablo gentleman can't be
blamed for that," letortcd Emmeluth,
"for ho has long been tied up to that
principle. But," he continued, "If wo
refuse this appropriation the business
men of this city will soon get up
enough money by subscription to keep
the band running for tho next two
Kaniho then led off with nn oratorio
concert all his own. He stated that ho
had been In favor of assassinating the
band nt first, but, on mature considera
tion, he thought It wise to give it a new
lease of life. But In tho future he was
In favpr of having thf band play nt
the. sailing of nil the Hawaiian steam
ers. Hoogs suggested the trains also.
Pandemonium then broke loose. Hoogg
wanted to appropriate $300 for Kanl
ho's quintet club In Knhaln. Bcckley
wanted 12.000 for the I.ahalna band,
nnd Enallko wanted a similar sum for
the Hllo musicians.
Tho following appropriations wcio
finally agreed upon:
Entomologist, $1,000; Commissioner
nnd Chief Forester, $4,200! Bandmast
er, $2,800: thirty bandsmen, $29,100:
two lady vocalists. $1,S00: Auditor,
$8,000; Deputy Auditor, $4,000; clerical
CALIFORNIA LYNCHING BEE
Bleber, May 31. Ono of the worst
cases of lynching known In California
occurred last night at Lookout, twcho
miles from Alturas, In Modoc co.inty.
when old Calvin Hall, 72 years of ngc,
was hanged by a mob of foity masked
men. with his three sons and a friend,
Hall formerly lived with an Indian
squaw, and by her had three, hoys, aged
26. 19 and IS years. Tho family was
woithless and lately had been suspect
cd of many petty thefts. Finally a con
stable went to the house with a search
warrant and found hay forks, harness,
barbed wlie and other things that had
been recenty stolen. All wero arrested,
but the old mau was icleased on a
charge of simple theft, whllo the song
end Ynntis were kept In custody on
chaiges of burglary because they could
not furnish $300 ball.
Tho neighbors evidently determined,
to rid the county of tho worthless gang,
but Instead of tarring and feathering
them, they took all five out at midnight
end, without giving them any chnnco
for defense, hnnged them to Pitt rlvcf
Holclters on Rampage
San Francisco, June 1. A mob ot
several hundred soldiers last night
wrecked Mrs. Powers' saloon, at th
corner of Baker nnd Greenwich streets,
gave three policemen the fight of their
lives, nenrly beat to death Private Har
ris of tho Fifteenth Cavalry nnd wag
only quelled by the nppearnnco of a
Are company, which tinned n hose on
tho rioters, nnd by n guard from the
reservation, which charged them with
fixed bayonets. Strange to say, no onu
was seriously Injured. A general de
bauch following pay day on tho ieser
vatlon, the discharge of the Forty-sixth
nnd n rumor that a soldier had died
fioin "knockout drops" administered In
the saloon caused tho disturbance.
' Oil In Northwest.
Taconia. Wash., May 30. A small
How of black crude petroleum wag
struck yesterday nt a depth of 198 feet
In an oil well being sunk by the Pugct
Sound Petroleum Company of this city
four miles west of Tenlno nnd fourteen
miles south of Olympln.
It has been supposed that a depth of
S00 to 1.500 feet would be necessary to
stilko oil In this State, as tho formation
tilts upward from California. Seven
other test wills nro being sunk In tha
Pugct Sound country.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnaturn
is on each box. 25 cent.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Palo Alio, California
A preparatory school of the highest
ftrade for boys. Its students enter
Lelaml Stanford and liaidern unl
versllics without examination. Lays
n most thorough foundation for suc
cessful study, including plijslcnl
preparation. Football, bnseball ami
tennis the year around. Only manly
boys with highest recommendations
taken. Charges reasonable.
tw7r. ion iHoMrrTt To
FRANK CRAMER, A.M., Principal
Lead All Others
Washington Mercantile Co.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Walkiki and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Bent Terms
Good Building Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied slz-s. : : : :
on easy installments.
J. II. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the Hair from
It is also an Elegant
Kollisicr Drug Co
Bind Your Own Photos.
For those who wish o bind
their own photos KING BROS
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in binding
paper and mat board in any
The binding paper is already
gummed ready for use, which
greatly simplifies the process
PACIFIC HEIGHTS !
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED TO HOME SEEKERS.
They are located on high ground at an
elevation of from 200 to 500 feet, affording
unsurpassed scenic and marine views.
Electric Railway and Lighting.
The Electric Railway makes access most
easy, and power for lights may be had at
most reasonable rates.
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Lf Goocl GHeere -t-.
', FoFimrstv fftwlfesjlh
a hungered sfomacXsi
IWeary eaddes J3
T. B, MURRAY
Germ Proof Filter
Is the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all im
purities and eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUK is one of the
greatest foes to ill health ever invented.
Every Store, Office, Hotel, Restaurant and Home should have one without delay
A. R. HANCOCK & Co.
31S PORT ST.
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd-
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Carriage Maker '
5 General Repairing. 5
Fainting, Blaoksinithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
n HIGH-CL A.SS "WOK.K.
Between Beretanla and Pauahl Sts.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MA GOON BLOCK, MEROIUy Ty. MEET. i
DP, O. Box 886 :&va,ixi 2IH
TEL. NO. MAIN 54- P. O. BOX So5.
Contractors and Builders.
FSO CO General Business Agency
Concrete and Excavating
of all kinds, t : t t i t
Office Room Coi StangcnwaU Block. T. HAYASHI, MANAGER.
P. O. BOI MS.
THE OLDEST CHi. ''SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DtaUrtlo Flat Silks tad Gran Linens, Chtntit and Japantia Goods of All Kleli.
fio-aii Nuuanu itrttt.
Water will be supplied at the rate of
ft 5 per year for each lot, from our Pacific
Heights Water System. This is less
than city rates.
Special Inducement to Builders.
To all who will begin the erection of
houses within 60 days, we will make
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of building material over our
& CO., Progress
i fsf-VG-seu "
Kukul -Street, bet. Nuuanu &
Mfg Company, Ltd.
, .Wagons and Trucks.
SCIENCE HAVE PROCLAIMED
Low Prices, Good Terras.
Prices of lots range from J400 to J753
each, according to size and location. Ons
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance la
Installments at terms to suit purchasers.
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. W
can recommend this property as being
especially desirable and attractive to per
sons seeking a choice location for a horns
at a moderate cost.
Block, Fort Street, y
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