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"cany"" ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FniOAY, JUNE U, 1901.
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J(f. tii (Ml roumn iri'M he inttrleil
nl IS cenli a lint out inttrtion : SS
ctnli tiro Initrtiotit; SO etntt vnt it Ml; 40
rtnll tieo ueeh, nml CO cenlt one month.
Thit it the fhenpett niiierlliing eier offered
the people of Honolulu.
SALESMEN EARN Jioo A MONTH rl1IDK
v our pen carbon copying book and other office
specialties by samplei easy s-llers jrooi rrofi's ;
used by all merchants t tine side lines L. A. bLY
tlt 'Van make f a week." W. U. LAUEY
"Cleared f ) In one-hall dav W. J. AUSTIN, Ju
Inilhuun. H. E. PAYNE'S fitsl order as lor
$ north, tncludlnff 16 corvine books, catalogue
Iree. MODEL MFU. CO., DIPT, jt, South Bend.
PARISIAN PRESSMiKCR-Mme. P. Lambert,
late Irom Doucet. Paris, has opened her dress
maklne parlors. Flrst'Clas fitltnar and latest designs.
Mil Nuuanu Ave., above Vineyard. i8;tmo
tsOOKKEEPINd lanrtit: JouHetnlrv. Short busl.
D ness method, also Entrllsfc Reasonable 1041
King St, iljo-tw
VOUR fUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
Sasoon. recently Irom the Colonies. P. U,
Honolulu. II. T.
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Eaptess Co
nas vrniirj wnu run rAm i'shi
WANTED Two V. solicitors: steady position,
YV Kood pay, CaJVPefween Q and it. Room too,
Judd building, corner Merchant and Fort Sts. 6,-iw
WANTED To Sill Jewelry and Watches
VV m the latest styles. Watches irpalred by
Jeweler ol )j years laperlence, O. DIETZ, Fort St.,
WANTED -Dookkrprs and officc-clerki, Jrlvf t
tateuntn anj ait classes of htlp. Don't wait
until ytu tec tn a JJ in tht paper, tut call today at
Select Employment Uureau comer of Alakea and
OFFICE POSITION 4eslrJ bv competent Book
eeper. J. L' Bulletin OMce. i8i-imo
WANTED Ladles and gentlemen tn Introduce the
"hottest" seller on eatth. Dr, Whltt'i Electric
Cfcmb, patented 1899. Agents are celnlnr mont..
Cures all forms of scalp all-rents, headaches, etc
et costs the same as an ordinary comb. Serd joe In
lamps fur sample D. N. Rose. Gin. Mfcr., Deca
tur, III. tSio-un
EXPFRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with hljrh speed engines,
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
YOUNG MAN, stenoerarher and typewriter, at
once. Address "AN," Bulletin Office.
TOR SAtE Folding bed. nr toexehance for bed
1 room furniture. Address J, M.f this office,
Cc nVi AH House and lot, Watklkl road,
t,UAJUU belonging to estate of G. Man
son. For particulars, enquire of Mrs. G, Msntnn, or
F. L.Waldron. i8)8-imo
FOR SALE Phaeton, good as new. Full leather
top. A.G.Hitchcock, 8u King St iBi-tf
COR SALE A phaeton In xcritent condition, cloth
unej. i.oM 9t new. 1 or sale ci
of Mrs W, C. Weeion. Dlngham bt
I or sale cheap. Inquire
or rimni 1,
FOR RENT Two Cottages at Waiktkl. Rem $ij
per month each. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Tram
way s office) Huuahou. i8i-tw
OR SALE Bargains.' fine Int 51x113. MUKAUEA,
KAUHt. splendid ltw, cheap, tnjulr at this
COR SALE-$6j 00. A bargain. Top bu(gy, good i
quire of W W. Wright. I ort St i8mim '
FOR SALE A tlc)tlc merry-g'j-rtyund, carries 16
passengers, little ued. v,ot 650, vlll sell for
ft;o.Enqulre atttjMfrchint St. i8i-tw
FOR SALE Algaroba cor J wood. In quantities to
suit, delivered. Apply R Llthman, Keaumoku
street. Tel. While 1661 i8-iw
FOR SALE ThrM thoroughbred English white
setter pups. Inquire Washington Light Co., or
Telephone 14). i84im
HOTEL TOR SA'E. good paying property In
heart of town, long least, cheap rent. 1 5,000.
Partcath, part mortgage. Inquire at this office.
COR SALE-Slx lots on Kapahulu Road, Katmukl
Tract, cheap, on tht Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Judd Buttling. njs-tl
A HOME ."UP THE VA
noustanjiot at int neu
of Robinson Lane,
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C. II. Ripley, Is offered
for salt. This Is one of the choicest homes In tht
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern house, almost
new, fine s'ablc, very large shade trees , no coler
place In Honolulu J and will be sold on tht most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on tht premises,
or at room 10, 1'rngf?. I flock, i8it-imo
TO LET Furnished front room with board, suit -I
able for two gtntVmtn. King place first hcust
on tht left olf Beretanla. i86)-iw
TO LET A five-room cottage, on corner of Ktnau
and Ptnsacola strevts. Apply to W, O. Atwater
OFFICES TOR RENT-In Brewrr building. Queen
street, on reasonable terms, Apply to C. Brewer
6t Co , Ltd,
TO LET or least for a term of years, one Urge
building at Utlel, 8ou, with a drive all around
the building, known as tht Honolulu Mam Laundry
building. For Information, apply at Peeress Pre
serving Paint Company. 1861. iw
TO LET Two furnished rooms. Gents. Apply to
W W. Deebe. careof JamtsNott, Jr. i8-iw
rO LET A house of over to rooms, centrally
located. Ail new. Apply Bulletin office. 60-at
PR RENT-rUns double ard three stngle furnished
roomi. Can be ued tor light house-keeping,
Private family. 446 1't.nchbowl street. iSoo-iw
FOH RENT-WIU,r Avenue. n.xt AluanJu St
, N.w 7 room house. Bed Rooms porcelain balti;
also nlctly furnlsneJ cotUgtiUult llchihousv ktt r
Inc Law rental. CM ilty hilar, w. B. this office.
TO LCASE-Sli acres of lani In Kewalo. For
particulars arfly to A. K. UINDT, unite with
Cull. I'ufclllhln? Co , Campbell Block. Menhanl
SI. Telephone Main is,. itivtl
TO LETA fo r room lOttase. kitchen, pantry ani
bathlnr room, situated on Cunha's Lane, back
ol Vineyard St. Aptly to J. A. M. Osorlo. liquor
department of Hoff.chlaeger Co., Ltd , Klnc street.
FOR RENT A suit, of three furnished r-oms
suitable for h:usekeeplng. is6FortSt. -iw
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson asQuartermaster'a
offices. In Progress Itio.k, will be for rent after June
o The rooms will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply lo C. S. Cetkv, Progress Block. l8i,-tl
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
next lo Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
at premises ifsi-itno
TO LET Elegantly furnished "throughout" Seven
room house Rent for term al $, per month.
Splendid location. King street, between Walklkl
Road ani Thomas Square. Atkinson, Room 8, Ma
goon Building. Merchant St.
TO LEASE For term of three years, the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy, Walklkl; a two
a'ory house of nine looms, with large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout : hot wa'er for bath: also cottage
of two rooms In yard. Good beach and sea bahlng;
also, fin. view of Honolulu. JOHN CASblDY, roos
Ueach Road, Walklkl, or P. O Bon 6,, ii,,-,w
TO LET Seflon House, well furnished
cop KENT Ant eht room CottaM.
COR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
1 Improvement. Two minutes watk from Tram
way. Inquire at tht Mtnt or Favorite Saloon i8?q tf
TO LET--Comfortablt cottatei on tht premises of
tht Sanitary Steam Laundry Co., Lti., Marmlon
anJ South streets. Tht cottages contain 4 rocms.
kitchen and bath room. N txtra chargt for hot and
cell water and electric llehts. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on tht premises to J.T.UhUo'.t manager. c8lf
Corns removed painlessly.
Ingrowing toe-nails treated
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mesrs. Magoon and Thompson) will act
for me under svarrant of Attorney.
Parties desiring to communicate with
me personally, may send letters and tele
grams to me care of The London, Paris
and American Bank, San pranclsco, which
1$ M AT e
Ship J, B, Thomas, Here
In Charge of Boat
IS FROM NEWCASTLE
FOR ACAPULCO, MEXICO
Lost All Rigging on Mainmast-
Mate Too Sick to Commar'
" Will Proceed to
The big American ship Joseph D.
Thomas from Port Stephens (or Acapul
co with coal, put In here In distress
last evening. The ship Is minus her
captain and all the yards and sails
from her main mast Part of her bul
warks on the port side are smashed,
her forward house damaged and her
running gear somewhat out of order.
The vessel arrived here In charge of
boatswain Zurlle who ttok charge of the
vessel after the death of Captain
Drown, Tho boatswain was elected by
the crew ns the mate was sick at the
time of the accident to the captain and
could not take the ship.
An abstract of the ship's log during
the days of the trouble is as follows:
"Abstract of log of the ship J. B.
Thomas, Monday, 22d April. All light
sails, foro and mlzzcn upper topsails
furled; courses last, moderate gale,
squally and rain. One p. m main up
per topsail carried away, port yardarm
striking lower topsail yard broke the
gooseneck. Lower yard fell on main
stay and was held up by the sail. Wind
freshening all the time to fresh easterly
gale. Heavy cross sea running. Ship
taking plenty of of water on deck,
"April 23 Ship taking plenty water.
Carried away part of port bulwark and
cargo shifted to port. Captain and my
self went forwnrd on matndeck to stop
yards from rolling. Two seas came
over nbaft the starboard main rigging
nml washed captain overboard. Could
do nothing for captain. Lower and
main yard went overboard and we cut
th"em adrift to save ship losing yards,
sails and running rigging. In the fall
of tho yard tho forward house was
damaged. All tho brace blocks carried
nway and martingale stays sprung.
Fore royal mast carried away, also fore
royal mast stay. All hands on deck
from 1 a. m. At 5 p. m. found three
feet of water In the hold. Could not
pump on account of water washing
about tho deck. During the day a sea
man was washed under the pump by a
sea and had an arm broken,
"Captain Drown being lost, Mate
Lawrenco being sick and not capable
of taking charge of ship, I being tho
only navigator on board, the ship's
company asked me to take charge."
The Thomas was entered at tho Cu
torn House this morning and will repair
here and continue on her trip to Mex
ico. Boatswain Zurllo Is considered by
tho seafaring men In port to have done
a very clever thing In bringing the
vessel to port. Captain Ryder, the rep
resentative of the owners now hero
will undoubtedly look out for Zurllo
and see that ho Is rewarded for his
faithfulness In taking rbargo as ha did
and bringing the big cssel nnrt her
cargo safely to port. It will probably
bo two weeks before tho vessel gets
away and by that tlmo It will be pos
sible to hear from the owners in San
FRIDAY NIGHT AND
The American Girl
The Two Sisters
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Last Two Nights of Engagement
LOST IN NEW YORK
Jhe ,entlre company will appear Inthe
' cast. SpcclaltiesetcF '
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Juno H.
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum, 86.
Barometer at 9 a, m, jo.04. Sttnily.
, Dew Point 67K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. U3 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgntl Station, June
14. Weather liaiy; wind fresh NE.
Thursday. Juna n.
Am sp J B Thoma. JZube (acting cap
tain), :j days (rem Port Sterhtns, Aus
tralia, bound for Acapulco with co.il; put
put In here In distress. Captain lost at
ae.i. " '
Stmr James Makee.Tullett, from Kauai.
Stmr Kcauhou Mnsher. from Honckaa,
Thursday, June n.
P M S S City of Peking, Smith for the
Orient; late last night.
S S Carlisle Cltj, Peterson, for San
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Stmr Helens, Nlcholsen, for Kukulhaele,
Ookala, Laupahoehoe. '
Am sp Abner Coburn, Mutclihon, for
the Sound In ballast.
Am bk Nuuanu, Josselyn, for Kahulul
to load for New York.
Friday, June 14.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Maul
and Kona ports.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Walaleale, Plltz, for Anahola at
5 p m
Stmr Hanalel, Pedtrsen, for-.M.ikawell
and Walmea at 5 p m.
Prom Kauai, per stmr James Makee,
June 1 j Mr Wright, Chee Kee, En
Chonc Harry Monv.
From Hawaii, per stmr Keauhou, June
11 Baron von Waldthausen, F hranzlne,
S A Baldwin. N.C. Taylor.
For the Orient, per P M S S City of Pe
king, June : 1 Count de Potter, A R Hat
field and wife, Mrs N Carselv, J C Len
hard, M D Komorsky, H A Llndley, Mas
Sclilftcr and 106 steerage.
For Kona and Maul ports, per stmr W
G Hall, June 14 J P Rich, C H Snyder,
Miss Larslng, John Gaspar, Miss Beers,
Mrs F Edler. F H Hayselden, Mr Nahoo
lewa, R N Wayne, W Young, DrRowatt,
Miss Rose Smith, Fred Gcrwea, Marv
Desha, K Atkinson, John Martin, John
Silva and 22 Porto Rlcans.
A Testimonial to
The captain and mates of the Wilder
and Inter-Island Companies are to pre.ent
their instiuctor In navigation with a beau
tifully engrossed set of resolutions. The
scroll work was designed and done In co
lors by Purser Clapham of the steamer
The resolution reads as follows:
" Honolulu, II. I , June 12, 19 'I.
We the undesigned take this means to
show our esteem and gratitude for Cap
tain J. Robertson to whose untiring and
zealous schooling we, In a measure owe
t ur Certificates also, to show how highly
we admire, and appreciate his corsplcuous
ability as a teacher of navigation, his
efficacious method of I istruction, the In
terest he exhibited during our study and
last b Jt 1 ot least his affability and urbani
ty. We unite since ely In extending ocr
utmost thanks, and wish him a bright
and successful future"
There Is room left for the signatures of
Captain Robertson's pupils The resolu
tions will be fumed ard pr s.'r.ted to Cap
tain Robertson on hs cjeoirture fur the
Colonics on thez4 Inst.
The uses of electricity are dally en.
larglng. It seems some Russian scien
tists havo been making Interesting ex
periments In the effect of electricity
In horticulture, or, ns they term It,
"electroculture." It has been proved
that electrified Beed gerralnntes moro
rapidly than others, and also by l)ury
Ing In tho soil one zinc plate and ono
copper plate, placed wjrtlcally and con
nected by a wire, that potatoes and
other roots grown In the electrified
space thus secured produce nbout threo
times the crop that others do In similar
soil close by, but without tho elec
tricity. It Is also applied to the ripen
ing process apd found to be successful.
THE EVENT OF TliE
TURKISH, PERSIAN, KIRMAN,
TABRIZ, SINE, BOUKHARA,
and all kinds of
ITAMAN AND EGYPTIAN
if r ... . ...,.,
will oe on exniruion
Monday, June 17th,
Alakea Street, between Queen and
This Is an entirely new Importation,
mllected and bruuzht bv Mr. M. B. Mill-
ran, the celebrated art collector, during his
recent trip In the Orient.
Thl Is the most valuable collectlonever
exhibited, as It Includes several priva e
Pin, nf Mnhammrd Khan of Tabriz. Persia
which are well worth the Inspection of
every art critic.
Th:se fine Rugs and Art Furniture will
be offered at
Tuesday and Wednesday,
June 18 and jo, at to a.m.,
at the same place.
No lover of art should miss this oppor
tunity of viewing the rarest Rugs In the
An original rug loom will also be on
exhibition, to show visitors the art of Rug
J S. F. MORGANs Auctioneer
Jas. F. Morgan
-OS Queen Street
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr.
Douglas Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuuanu Streets. The
grounds are nicely mproved and planted
with fine trees. The main dwelling house
Is well and substantially built, In good re
pall and contains large lanal, large double
parlors extra large dining room, large hall,
1 extra lame 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
ot 85 feet, a depth of 21O feet and a total
area of 48 100 of an acre.
Jas. F. Morgan,
G$ Queen Street.
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
on the upper side ut Beretanla street, near
Building are two-story with five bed
rooms, oarlor. slttlne-room. dlnlne-room.
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, fine clothes
closets, batn, etc, etc , large yards, cc
ment wilks. etc. Each house Is connect1
ed with the sewerage sstem.
Houses ready tor occupancy on or about
Also one new house on Klnau street.
Rent I50 per month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Pllkol and Beretanla streets. Pine large
yard, with fruit and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedrooms, servants'
Stalls for two horses and carriage room.
House will be rented furnished. Party
renting must take good care of the
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 'or
Theso are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES und Ingredients to extract, fill
nnilV.nnlvEnlil .Ntiuna . A ttrt mhPMnlnttl
nUUHlJir'SVt1, ...UT. .D. UMU w.bb.H.U
crowns undcctccable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by OUADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In chargo ot a Special
ist. Olve us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. We
will tell you In ailvanro exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns $5 00
Cold Fllllnftt $1 OO
Silver Hillings OOo
Our name alono will bo a guaranteo
that your work will be of tho lust.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Kllto Ilulldlng, Hotel Street,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Made to Order.
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuffs made to your
measure for "
$1.3S 1.80. 1.7S 9.00 3.35
according to the quality ,
of material selected.
Hall's Cottage Paint
That's the kind you want,
Rcndy Mixed for use t i i
ComeM In all colors i i
B. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
HAS RECEIVED A
SZ New Fire-works,
g- Featonlng, - Decoration - Bunting,
Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., Etc.,
which will be sold at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from 810.00 to 825.00 at the : :
fc BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
fc P. 0. Box 535-
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we vlisl. 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 : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Gunn Sectional
I Roll Top
I Flat Top
The Coyne Furniture Co., "... :
P. O. fiQX "Gj.va ' PROGRESS BLOCK. I'HONE 971 J
Bulletin 75c. per month
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THE 4th OF JULY
A H "ear.
LARGE STOCK OF
S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
pet -t- -, '
QUALITY - GOODS.
the Famous Gunn Desks
Now DcHljrn ,