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EVENING DUt,LTlN, HONOLULU. H. T. THUIISDAY. JUNE 13. 'IPOl. - v ' '
. .IJ. i'ii thif column iill he innrleii
nt IS centt a lint one. intertiun I 'S
tenti ttco intertiont; 30 cent one tteel; 40
cent tnti uftla. ami CO cent one month.
Thii it the chtnpetl niitrtMngeitr offered
the people o Honolulu.
SALESMEN EARN fo A MONTH ltlfi(f
our pen carbon copying booki ind oihtf offict
recUtHf by umplct y tllr R00I rrorV !
used ty ll merchants t fin slit lints L. A. hLY
wtHm Mcn mktfi$ wwk." W. O LAREY
'cleared $l In nnf -hitl d W.J. AUSTIN, $14
Intjhuurs. H. E. PAYNE'S first orier for
$51 worth. Including t6 copying boutcs. v.titoftu
free. MODEL MFU. CO , Uti'I. t, boutn Utna,
nAPlSlAS DRESSMAKER-Mme P. Lmberl.
I ue from Doucet, Parli, ha opened her dress
miklne parlors, r lut-clm fiuinjE and latest designs.
U4 Nuuanu Ave.. aboe Vineyard. iSjT-imo
BOOKKEEPING taught; Joubleeniry. Short busi
ness method, also Enctlsh Reasonable 1041
YOUR FUTURE correctly tild, Consult Madam
Sasoon, recently from the Colonies, f O.
Honolulu, II. T.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Tne Union Express Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE iutf
WANTED Pupils t J complete an evening class tn
Pitman's System of Stenography Rates $5
per nonm. Address "shorthand" this office.
t WASTED Two eood solicitors
d it. Room too,
W pooij pay. Call between o and it. Room too.
ulldlnjr, comer Merchant and Fort Sts. ftiiw
lANTED To Sill Jewlrv Aib
" In the latest styles
Watches repaired by a
Jeweler of is years experience.
u, uitTZ, i-ort m..
WANTED -Book-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
taiesmen ana an classes 01 ntip. von 1 wan
until ysu set the add In the paper, but call today al
; elect tn
Select Employment bureau corner of Alakea and
OFFICE POSITION desired bv competent Book-
fcfper. 'J. L ' Bulletin Office -F4-tmo
WANTED ladles and gentlemen tft Introduce the
"hottest" seller on earth Dr. hue's Electric
Comb, patented 1894 Agents are colnlnr mone-t,
Cures all forms of scalp allrems, headaches, etc
et Costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send 50c In
tamps for sample D. N. Rose, Gtn.Mgr., Deca
tur, III. 1819-10.
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
desires position. (Uall engines especially) Ergmeer.
Bulletin Office i "
VOUNU MAN, stenographer and tvrewrlter, at
I once. Address "A N.'1 Bulletin Office
FOR SAtE Folding bed, or to ex. hange for bed
room furnl ure. AdJress J, M , this office,
Cr fWi (Y House and lot, Walklkl road,
P,lAA;.UU""belenglng to estate of G Man
son Fi r particulars enquire of Mrs G, Manson, or
F L. Waliron. iBS-imp
COR SALE Phaeton, good as new.
top. A G Hitchcock, 8t4 King St
COR SALE K phaeton In excellent condition rloth
1 lined Cost jtj new. I or sale cheap Inquire
of Mrs W, C Wceion. Bingham St, or roon It,
Model Block. iBsMf
FOR RENT-ToCottai;esat Walkikl Rem Jij
per month each. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Tram
way s office. Huuahou t8iw
COR :ALE-Bargalns. fine lot s)ti). MOKAUEA,
splenJId view, cheap.
fcnqulrr at this
COR SALE Sot 00. A bareatn. loobuacv. srood
as nw Extension soring. Made to order. In
qulre of V W. Wright Fori St r8u-im
A bicycle merry -go.nund. carries t6
s. little used. ost 16m. will sell foi
passengers, little uJ
Enquire at m Merchant Si. i8u-iw
Alearoba cor J wood. In quantities to
red. Arrlv R Llshman. Kcaumoku
r ult. delivered. Arrlv R
Tel. White tMi i8vi
SALE Three thorourhbrel Enetlsh white
setter runs. Inaulra Washlntton Lfeht Co.. or
Telephone m. C ? 1840-im
UOTEL FOR SAIE.
good paying property In
Itm. eheiD rent. ft. 000.
heart of town, lone leas, cheap rent.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Sli lots on Kapabulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on tha Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Judd Butlilng. ti 8-tf
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY." The
House and tot at the head of Robinson Lane,
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C. B. Ripley. Is offered
for sae. This Is one of the choicest homes In tha
suburbs of Honolulu: a modern house, almost
new, fine sable. very large shade trees , no coler
place In Honolulu; and will be sold on tha most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on the premises,
or at room to, Progress Block. i8is-ireo
A five-room cottage, on corner of Klnau
1 and Pensacola streets. Arrly to W. O. Atwaicr
rMTICES FOR RENT-
In Brewrr building, Quern
V-J street, on reasonable terms. Apply to
BI uo , uj,
TO LET or lease for a term of ears, one large
building at Iwllel, tuxvt, with a Jnve all around
the bull J In r, known as the Honolulu Steam Lsundry
tullllnj; f-nr Information,
apply .1 I'ferltfti Pre-
tcrvlnc H.lnt Company,
TO LET Two furnUhei room. tGmts. Apply to
W W. Bctbe.car.nl Jlm Now, Jr. iSjo-lw
TO LET A house of over jo rooroi. centrally
1 locateJ. All new. Apply Bulletin office. co-t
PR RENT-Ont doubt nj Hum .digit furnhlttJ
rooms. Can be utvtd for light houi-keeping.
Private family. 446 Punchbowl wrttt. tfeoo-iw
FOR RCNT-Wlldtr Anu. ml Alextnitr St
Ntw 7 room house. 1 B4 Rooms ooict alo bath:
alto nicely furotsbt-J cottage, suit lighthous keet-
Law rcniai. i-aii or oy icntr, w. s. inif omct.
TO LEA5E-S1 acre of land In ICewalo. For
reticulars arrly to A R. B1NDT, offi ewlth
Guide Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merihant
St. Telephone Main u. ilifil
TO LET A (a r room ottage, kitchen, panliy ind
bathing room, situated on Cunha'a Lane, back
of Vineyard St. Apply to J A. M. Osorlo, liquor
department of Hofffchtaeger Co , Ltd , King street.
cf three furnished rooms
r suitable for housekeeping,
1565 Fort at. 5-1 w
OFFICES FOR RENT-Four Urge
occupied by Mi lor Robinson as Quai
Juarttrm liter s
office In Progress II ock, will be for rent after June
30 The rooms hIII bt rented ingly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. Uetky, Progress Block. i8;Mf
TO LETFlvat room rttUAP. enameled tub. etc,
I next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G Cunha,
TU "LET Elegantly furnished "throughout" Seven
room house Rent for tern al Sj pr montn.
Splendid location King street, retwean Waiklkl
Road and Thomas Square. Atkinson, Room 8, Ma
goon Building. Merchant St.
TWO COTTAGES TO RENT.
Apply to L. F, Alvarei. 1140 Emma St,
TO LEASE For a term of three years, the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldv. Waiklkl. a two-
sory house of nine rooms, with large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout 1 hot wa er for bath: also co'tage
or two looms in vara, uooa reicn ana sea caining;
also1, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CAS&IDY, too 5
Beach Road, Walklkl, or P. O Bo on, U'w
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
boerd. You gbt , neer Pilknl iBtim
TOR RENT An elrht room Cottare,
r Improvements. Two ml ues walk from Tram
Inquire a the Mint or Favorite Saloon 18 to tf
TO LETComfortable cottages on the premises of
the Sanlta y Steam Laundry Co.. Ltd., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and path room. N extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable, Ap
lv on the premises to J Llehuoot manarer ts-tf
Corns' removed painlessly.
Ingrowing toe-nails treated
A nephew of Stonew&U Jaelion ha
been Ecntenced to lite Imprisonment
for forgery nnd being accessory to the
escape of a murderer.
FOREIGN. NEWS NOTES.
James A. Heme, the actor, Is dead.
The shirt and collar trust Is near
The Arapahoe Indlars of Wyoming
threaten an outbreak.
Count von Waldcrseo sailed from
Taku for Kobe, June B.
Reports have come of paying gold
deposits In the Aleutian Islands.
Secretary Root has decided not to
visit the Philippines this summer
At the Havana municipal election the
Nationalists elected their can'dldate.
The 8ugar Trust has declared a divi
dend of l?i per cent on common stock.
The American Medical Association
opened Its convention at St. Paul Jinn
Mrs. Armour has given another nuar
ter of a million to the Armour InstI
An explosion of powder caused tho
death of eight miners at Iron Mountain,
Seventeen Filipinos held In qunran
tine at San Francisco hae been order
ed sent home.
Fifteen fishermen were drowned
during a heavy squall oft the South
,Prof. Herron, the socialistic preacher
of Iowa college has been expelled from
the Congregational churchi
Martha Hlchbom, daughter of Rear
Admiral Hlchbom, was married tn
James CI. Blaine Jr. June 4.
Chancellor Francis II. Snow, for
eleven jenrs at the head of the Univer
sity of Knnsas has resigned.
A Singapore dispatch says a Malay
doctor of that place ran amuck and
killed sjx people with a spear.
Thrco hundred tons of smokeless
powder exploded at Mare Island. The
goernmcnt loss Is over fuOO.OOO.
An open, snitch caused an accident
at Atlanta. (In., In which three persons
wero killed and sixteen wounded.
Cornell won In competition with
fifteen other colleges at the nthleti2
events held at the Buffalo Exposition.
Senator Mclturln at the suggestion
of Governor McSweeny has withdrawn
his resignation as United States Sena
tor. Tho Sampson-Schley controversy
bids fair to revive because the Santiago
medals bear the faco of Admiral Samp
son. Former I.leut. Neall who figured In a
scandal nt the Presidio has been ar
rested In Montana on the char go of for
Irn Remsen, professor of chemistry,
has been elected President of Johns
Uppklns University to succeed D ,C.
Officers Apana, Ah On nnd Barney
Joy had a very rough time of It with
about forty Japanese gnmblcrs In a
lane near the Oahu Lumber & Build
ing Co. last night. The officers were
out watching for law breakers when
they ran full Into the gang of gamblers.
Each officer grabbed a man and there
was a rough and tumble fight which
lasted for nearly Ave minutes. The
officers held on, notwithstanding the
fact that Apana was kicked on the leg
and Ah On received a black eye. Three
Japanese and one native were taken In
Abbe Gauguin's collection of Impres
sion pictures Just sold at the Hotel
Drouot, In Paris, realized about $2G,000.
As they cost the abbo about $1,000, the
result of the sale evidences nt once the
tnAto of the collector and the fact that
good pictures 'are a capital Investment.
New York Herald.
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Don't miss tho HcalnnI Mlnstiels
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE
The American Girl
The Two Sisters
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Last Two Nights of Engagement
LOST IN NEW YORK
The entire company will appear In the
cast; Specialties, etc.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE i , , - , (i
Weather Bureau, Punahou, June 13.
-Temperature Morning minimum.
69: Midday maximum, M.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.03. Rising.
Dew Point 69F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. TO per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, June
13. Wind light NE.; weather clear.
Thursday, June' l).
P M S S City of Peking, Smith, from
' Wednesday. June 12.
Stmr Mtkshala, Gregory, for Kauai.
Stmr Lchua, Bennett, for Molokal poiM
Stmr Mokolll, Napala. for Maul ports.
Stmr Nlihau, Bruhn, for Kauai
Schr Golden Gate. Mason, for Maul.
Am bk Gerird C Tobey. Gave, for San
i-rancico wim run load sugar.
TO SAIL THIS AFTBRNOON.
P M S S City of Peking, Smith for the
Orient at to D m. '
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Lahalna,
Kahulul, Keanae, nana, Himoa and Mp
hulu at d m.
Stmr Helene, Nlcholsen, for Kukulhaele,
Ookala, Laupahoehoe at u m.
From San Francisco, per P M S S City
of Peking, June ij S T Alexander, E C
Smith and wife, Mrs E J Cotton, E G
Duscnberg, Mrs N Woodlll, Chas Green,
Miss L R Mack, Kenton Hind, E A Fox,
Miss Marie Lutz, D McMillan. .Mrs W H
Mays. J Asheroft, W A Rodenberg, M
Schlft1erCaptaln C Ryder, D McDonald,
A K Servtn, A Martins, Mrs S Sllvehtone
and son, Chas Martins, S SllversUne, G
F Garland, L Godwin. For Yokohama:
M Atlantis. L Mooter. Mis L W Connor.
H Turot. Mlses J Cullen. M E Kock, L
Miles. For Kob;: Geo Cunningham. J
h Henderson, John Johnston, W E Mur
ray. For Nagasaki: YV Mitchell, Mrs H
Tabor. For Sanghal: Victor L Boeck.
For Honekonz: R K Bonlne Mrs avlv a
Clifford, E Cshtng. A S Howe. J C Mc-
Mullen and wife, a I mcn.id. L u Toung,
Rev H J Von Ouelan. F Peterson. J J
Wilson, W T James, G H Sanor, S
Kauai ports, per stmr Mlkahala,
'vv ii mic. mi m nice. t l. .
ttr ii in..
Atkinson. A Tan Sine Kee. Miss Elsl
Waterhouse, J S McCandless, J A Ma
goon, Capt Robinson, W H Rice Jr, Mts
D Rice, A Lewis. Miss H Bryan, T E
Richardson, F A Potter, Reynolds, Mlis
Kate Schursh, F D Mahone, Lru s Mc
iCeague, E K Bull H Young, J H Arendt.
For San Francisco, per bk Gerard C
Tobey, June 13 Mrs Cutting and child
For Vaul ports, per stmr Claudlne, June
13-Charlotte Baldwin, Miss M Walker,
Dr P J Aiken and wife, Dr G S Aiken,
Miss J Aiken, Miss L G Kellogg. Joseph
Taylor, Miss Taylor, Wong You, Bark
enhansen, W Pfotenhauer, L) B Murdock,
wile ard 2 children. Miss E Kapii. Mrs
Tom Dow, Dang Yurn and wile, Nelson,
Miss A Mossmin, Miss Lanl, Miss A Ke
klpl, Mrs E Jackson, Alex Dowsett, H A
Koster, Mrs Kalnalo.
The bark Gtrard C. Tobev sailed for
San Francisco today.
The bark Nuuanu will sail for Kahulul
this afternoon to load sugar (or New York.
The training ship Mohican is making
a long trip from San Diego to this port.
The British ship Hllstan from Hamblng
for this port is due. bhe Is now 131 days
The steamer Australia stops at, the
Marquesas Islands now on tier way to
Vessels from San FranclBco for Ha
waii salted as follows: Mary K. Kos
ter, 'June Cth; Andrew Welch, Juno 4th.
All of the Island steamers leaving
today will tako parties of Porto Rlcnns
for tho plantations on the other Isl
ands. The cruiser Buffa'o recently arrived In
New York 8 days from Mnii. I he
vessel logged 18 knots at times during the
The bark Kdward May experienced
a heaiy northwest gale with high con
fused sea tilling decks to rail and car
rying away portion of starboard bul
warks on June 2d.
The steamer Sonoma which was to
have had a thorough overhauling At
San Francisco will be put on the Syil
ney run on the 20th. On account of
the strike, the necessary work cannot
be done to the engines In San Francis
co so It will be dono In Sydney.
The P. M. S. S. C tv of Peklne from
San Francisco arrived and anchored off the
harbor at one o'clock this morning. She
has a large through passengers list and
much freight for the Orient. Among her
through passengers is the French newspa
per man Turot on his way around the
world. The Peking will sail for the Orient
at 10 o'clock this evening.
Ten Million Surplus.
Washington, Juno 1. Tho compara
tive statement of the Government re
ceipts and expenditures Jssued todty
show's that during the month cf May
the total receipts were J32.629.410 an1
tho expenditures $42,136,560, leaving a
surplus for the month of I10.492.SS0
and a surplus for the eleven months ct
the present fiscal year of 138,587,13,1
The Metropolitan Meat Co, ard the
Honolulu Market Co. will observe to-morrow
(Admission Day) by closing at noon.
The stores of the undersigned will close
to morrow (Admlslon Day) at noon.
Customers are requested to place their
orders as early as possible.
MAY St CO.
LEWIS & CO.
I86it SALTER & WAITY.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Prai,k E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mes'rs. Magom and Thompson) will act
for me under warrant of Attorney.
Parties desiring to communicate with
me personally, may send letters and tele
grams to me care of The London, ParU
and American Hank, San Francisco, which
will promptly forward same.
iSO-j'fot A. S. HUMPHREYS.
Jas. F. Morgan
11 88 Queen Street
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr.
Douglas Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuuinu Streets. The
grounds are nicely improved and planted
with fine tree. The main dwelling house
Is well and substantially bulit, In good re
palt and contains large lanal, large double
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 barn, stables,
hen house and servants' house.
Property has a frontage on School street
of 85 feet, a depth of 216 feet and a total
area of 48 100 of an acre.
Jas. F. Morgan.
65 Queen Street.
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
on the upper side or uereiama sireer, near
Hulldlne are two-storv with five bed'
rooms, parlor, sitting-room, dining-room,
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, tine clothes
closets, bath, etc., etc . large yards, ce
ment walks, etc. bach House is connect
ed with the sewerage sstem.
Houses ready for occupancy on or about
REN I fOo per month.
Also one new house on Klnau street.
Rent 1 50 per month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Piikol and Beretanla streets. Fine large
yard, with fruit and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedrooms, servants'
quarters, etc. 4
Stalls for two horses and carriage room.
House will be rented furnished. Party
renting must take good care of the
65 Queen Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN W
our late scientific method applied tolhe
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply, gold crqwnaand porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by QIUDUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advam-o exactly what
our work will cost by a KltEE EX'
Set Teeth SS OO
(old CrownH SS OO
Gold Flllln&s $IOO
HIIvcp Fillings.. 1 SOc
Our nnmo alone will bo a guarantee
that )our work will bo of tho best,
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Ellto llulldlng, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
VS HIT KEY &
Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuff made to your
measure for n
ffc!.28 1.80 I.T8 2.00 8.28
according to the quality
of material selected.
Hall's Cottage Paint
Thnt'a the kind you want.
Rendy Mixed for use 1 s t
Corneal in nil colors t t s
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY 3
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
New Plre-worlc, Flags, Shields,
- Pestontno;, - Decoration - Bunting, -
y- Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., 'Etc.,
which will be sold at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from $10.00 to $25.00 at the : :
I I-X-L i
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
fc P. 0, Box 535
AVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. 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 : : : :
BB8T - QUALITY r. GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Coyne Furniture Co., mi.
P. O. BOX 6ji. PROGRESS BLOCK, PHONH 071 H
S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
and the Famous Gunn Desks
. per month.
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