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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, T 1901.
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BE IN THE SWIM
We havt a coip!ti'ltr
of th. vtry latest hoitcry
Opn aod tact work,
polaa dot, fl.ur i III,
and other pretty pattern.
New Mu.i, nda, black
and hl et I i i , i
THE M. E; KILLEAN CO.,tLTO.
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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.
Meets ccry Monday evening nt 7:30
In Harmony Hall, King stieet.
L. II. DEE. N. 0.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock. Castle Unit, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
II. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third Thursday evening
In Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited.
A. F. OILFILLAN. E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
HONOLULU COMMANDBRY NO. 1,
',; Meou In Masonic Temple on the see-
' end Thursday evening of each month.
All vlstlng Sir Knights courteously
A. F. OILFILLAN, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE, 'NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Castle Hall, 420V4 Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and
(siting brothers cordially Invited.
O. ERICSON, C. C.
K. of R. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE CROIX,
No.' 1, A. & A. S. R.
Meets the first Thursday In each
month at Masonic Temple. Sojourn
ing and vlstlng brothers cordially In
vited to attend all meetings.
M.W. M ALBERT VAN CHEF GEAR
ALLAN B. SCRIMQEOUR, Secretary.
' LODGE Lo PROGRES DB
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the la3t Monday
of each month In Its hall, Masonic
L. de I WARD, W. M.
E. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
Special Meeting THIS (Friday)
livening, June 14th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Work In tho Third Degree.
Members Lodge Le Progrcs, Pacific
Lodge and nil sojourning brethren cor
WM. II. WRIGHT. W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary,
XCG Delivered Free
To any part of the city
Oahu Ice and
WORKS, - - KKWALO.
Ice will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of. premises
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
C. BREWER & CO.. Ltd.
WEAR A f
miy fc obtained every
thine In the Ike of chili
ten's cloth In (r, Dretscs,
unJrwetr or complete
outfit made to order i 1
If to UP.
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Sole Agents fcr
Comfortable 2-story Cottago
on Lunalllo stieet Electric
light. Good plumbing : :
FOR RBNT OR SALE
THE MIST PREMISES;
extensive grounds, large
roomy houso and cottage.
Partly furnished : : : :
At Kalmukl, large, well
built house, well situated;
stable, poultry yard, etc. :
Castle & Lansdale,
REAL ESTATE AXD
Rooms 50C and 607, Stangenwald Bldg.
TELEPHONE MAIN TO.
THE CHOICE !
10 YEARS OLD.
The American Gentlemen's Dtlnk.
SOLE AGENTS AHfc
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
The Pioneer Wine and LlquorHouse.
KING ST , NEAR BETHEL.
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THIS PAPER &S'tf,
Ililnjtircy, , in (, Mtfchinli Ear 'vie.. Sn
Francltco,LaUlornla,titr.contractt to lyerliilng
cart be pad. tor I
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Healanl minstrels tonlgtil at the
Hlng up Main 130 when you want
wood or coal,-
The band will play on the Capitol
grounds Sunday afternoon.
Where l the Mint Saloon T On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Fresh home-made pol every Tuesday
andyFrlday at WomanVExchange.
Camara & Co., wine nalfquor"nfV
chanti. Tel, Main HO, AUk atrqet
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St, II SO per week up.
Not steam but highly esteemed Rain
ler Deer on tap or In bottles. Pantheon
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
V. II. Poulsen, PAINTING AND PA-
PERHANQINO, King, cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. Whlto 3112,
Henry Vlcrra Sr., who came to the
Islands In 1852, will celebrate his seventy-third
Cholco Claret 50 cents, Port, Madeira,
Zlnfandel, 75 cents a gallon at Hoff
schlacgcr Co.'s, King near Bethel.
The Fire Claims Commission will re
sume work next Monday. The Shima
moto claim will be further considered
at that time.
Hazlcwood butter, a first class tabla
butter, at 35 cents per pound, may bo
ordered through Judd & Co. Sec their
ad on page 6.
Yardley, the cartoonist will be tho
big drawing card nt the Healanl mins
trels tonight. He will do a few things
At tho Methodist Episcopal church
tomorrow, Rev. Mr, Pearson's morn
ing text will be, '"Glorying the Lord;"
In the evening,
"One Chanco Better
Owing to the failure to secure a
quorum, the called meeting of the
stockholders of tho Hawaiian Sugar
Company adjourned this morning tor
R. C. L. Perkins, the naturalist who
has been so hard nt work In Honolulu
for a year or more, states that when
he leaves In the near future, It will
be for good.
The art exhibit of the Punahou Pre
paratory was a great success yesterday.
Some very clever sketches were on ex
hibition. Miss Helen V. Johnston w
The last term of the Supreme Court
under the present law begins Monday,
June 17, Under the new law, tho next
term following, opens on October 1.
The calendar of cases at the June term
Is as follows:
Tho color work that the HONOLULU
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is ottering this
year Is tho prettiest thing of Its Itlr.d
that we have ever seen. It will well
pay you to drop In at their art rooms
and givo them a call.
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits of tho sea
son by every colli storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of, fresh
apples, grapes, oranges, etc.' Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Rev. Silas P. Perry, who has spoken
so often and so acceptably at tho Sun
day afternoon meetings tor men, will
be heard at Y. M. C. A. hall at 4 o'clock
tomorrow for tho last time, as ho Is
soon to leave for the States. All men
n 111 be made welcome.
A reception In homr of President
David Starr Jordan of Stnnford Uni
versity and members of the Fish Com
mission was given by Principal and
II rs. Dyke at their homo In Knmclin
mcha last evening. The event of the
evening w'as an address by Dr, Jordan
on "The People of Japan."
James Robert Judd, who graduated
this month nt tho College of Physicians
and Surgeons oiiiew York City, will
leave that Institution with high honors.
Out of a class nf ono hundred and
sixty, ho ranks fourth and will receive
a special diploma and J25 In cash. Ho
will enter New York Hospital next
Janunry, having been appointed to n
There will be an unusually good con
cert In Murphy Hall this evening at
the regular time. A good male quar
tet will give a number of popular 'iv
lections. Miss Carrie Castle will as
sist. There will also Le other vocal
and Instrumental selections. Silas P.
Perry will glvo ono of his Interesting
talks. Tho concert will begin ut 8
S. M. Damon has kindly tendered the
Scottish Thistle Club the use of his
beautiful grounds at Moanalua for the
picnic which that organization has In
contemplation for the rourtli of July,
The eent will not bo public. Only
members of tho club with their wives,
sisters and sweethearts will be In nt
tendance. Tlicro will be golf and ot'.j
er enjoyablo features.
The memorial window presented tn
St. Andrew's Cathedral by the liono
lulu Cricket Club In nffectlonato mem
nry of the late Rev. J. F. Lane, has ar
rived from London by way of Sydney.
It will bo placed In position by Fred
Harrison on Monday. The subject Is
St, Paul and tho window will be situat
ed In tho clerestory next to the window
nf St. Andrew, already In position
The use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines,
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our Bowing
machines are of the best construction
beautifully decorated, and oro 'mounted
on selected woods in finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. B. Her
gersen, agent, ICta Bethel street, P, O
Pox 165. ,
CIIA8. D. WALKER.
Designer and Builder of Hlgh-Gradc
YACHTS, BOATS AND LAUNCHES!
Works, C92 King SI.
P, O. Rox TeltitoK, Dlu. jiti
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HAVE CIRCLED GLOBE
Transport Mord Here for Coal-
Had Hard Time on Northern
;. Route -- Her ,.Pa$
The transport Buford, with the,41et,
Volunteer Infantry under command of
Col. E. T. C. Richmond, aud having
among her other passengers General
Ludlow, Colonel Ooodell, and Colonel
Htestand, who was adjutant general
under Chaffee, during the troubles in
China, arrived last night.
The Buford has had a hard time of It
since leaving Nagasaki on the 20th of
last month. She left Manila on the
18th of May and the Japaneso port
eight days later. After two days at
sea she encountered terrible easterly
gales and high hend seas for ten days.
Her coal, which was not of tho best,
wus fast being consumed In her light
to make headway against the storm.
For ten days she battled, and then her
captain decided to make for Honolulu,
The vessel was at the time In latitude
46 dcg. 15 mln. north, longtltmle 177
deg. west. It was extremely cold and
the sun had not been seen except for a
few minutes during the trip. A week
ago yesterday the vessel's course was
changed. The next day the transport
Pennsylvania was passed and spoken.
She was having a hard time with the
weather too, but being deeper laden
than the Buford was making better
weather of It.
If Colonel Richmond and his regi
ment arrive in San Francisco before
two other regiments now on the way,
theirs will bo the distinction of being
tho flrst body of soldiers to carry the
American flag around tho world. The
41st Infantry left New York and went
to Manila by way of tho Suez canal In
1899. On arrival In Luzon the regi
ment was stationed In the provlnco of
Pampanga and after a year's duty
there, they had tho province 'and Its
Inhabitants, ready to receive the civil
government organized by ,lhe Ameri
cans, In the districts that had been
pacified. A regular government was
established In Pampanga before the
oame was done In any other part of tho
Tho Buford will take on six hundred
tons of coal here and get away for San
The following Is a complete list o'
Gen. Ludlow, wife, maid and clerk;
Col. Goodale, wife and son; Col. Rich
mond, 41st Infantry; Major Wholley:
Captains Mower, Boston, Marshall,
Haggcrty, Wadsworth. Martin, Clarke,
of tho 41st Infantry; Lieutenants Da
vidson, Dr. Barrett. Mcintosh, Christie,
Bolscau, Miller, Glover, 'lowsen, Sim
mons, Claxton, Caldwell Cummlngs,
Beal, of the 41st Infantry, and Lieut.
Seaoney, acting adjutant, 41st Infantry,
U. S. V.; Major Ruthcrs, commissary
department; Major Rodman, 20th In
fantry; Llcut.-Col. Hlestand, Adjutant
General; Major Blddcll, Engineer
Corps; Major Chebb, 27th Regular In
fantry; Capt. Lloyd, 15th Infantry;
Capt. Berry, artillery corps; Lieut.
Scott, artillery; Capt. Dr. Bennett
Lieut. Slcgel. 3Sth Infantry; Lieut.
Courtney, 38th; Lieut. Hanncy, 22d
Regular Infantry: Second Lieut. Allen
Smith, 9th Infantry; Capt. Chapman,
wife and two children; Capt. Ahcrn
and wife. 9th Infantry; ex-Lieut. Wil
son, 29th Infantry; Dr, Fulcher, A. A.
S.; Dr. Norrls, A. A. S ; Drs. Morrell,
Thornberg. Hadderly, Warwick, Shep
herd, acting assistant surgeon, U, S. A.;
Misses Read and McCurdy, nurses;
Mrs. Ryland3, Mrs. Crawford, Quarter
master Clerk Glasshrcnncr; Judge
Young, Paymaster's Clerk Hlchcock
and Dr. Hunter, vctcrlnnry.
Major Noble II. Creagar Is the quar
termaster In chnrge of the transport.
In his department are Quartermaster's
Clerk Astel and Commissary Cleric
The officers of the ship arc: Captain
Karl Martens, First Officer Hasted,
Second Officer Peterson., Third Officer
Graumann, Surgeon Henry M. Hall,
Chief Steward II, F. Johnston, Chief
BALDWIN'S POLE PLAN8.
New York, June 2. Evelyn Brlggs
Baldwin, commander nf the expedition
for the discovery of tho North Pole,
left tonight for Chicago. St. Louis and
other points In the West.
"I shall return to New York In about
ten days." Bald Mr. Baldwin, "The ob
ject of my present ujp Is to pay a
farewell vlctt to my parents and other
friends. I expect to leave New York
for Dundee on tho 12th or 13th of this
month, to nssumo command of the ex
pedition scheduled o leave Tromsoe,
Norway, on the 25th. I am not at lib
erty to announce tho personnel of my
party at this time, but will do so before
I leae New York for my Polar trip."
W, S. Champ, who has chnrge of the
equipment of tho steamer Frlthjof, the
supply vessel of the expedition, left en
route for Tromsoo by the City of Rome
on Saturday, Messrs. Andree, Rllllet
and Sandln. members of tho expedition,
left by tho same steamer to join the
America, now lying nt Dundee awaiting
Commander Baldwin's arrival.
The Duchess of Fife Is on excellent
Palo Alio, California -
Within walking distance of XrdmJ
Htuilfoid rm'rriMi.i, for which it
prepares moie men than any other
school o. thu Pacific coast. It is
the Rxetc of thu West, alining to
train alo.ii; the lines of ambitious,
purposeful concentration of energy.
There are no saloons in Palo Alto.
The atmosphere of the touu is re
fined, Intellectual and wholewme.
kitk oh i uonm-ri TO
rtlAHK CrtAKEIt, A.M., Principal
Lead All Others
Washington Mercantile Co.
A Few Beailifal Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
' Waikikl and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Best Terms
Good Ruildiig Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sizes. : : : :
on easy installments.
TO LOAN $10,960
on number l Real Es
tate sicurlty ::::::
J. il. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the Hair from
It is also an Elegant
Holl.ster Drug Go.
Bind Your Own Photos.
For Ihose who wish to bind
their own photos KING BROS
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in binding
paper ana mat board in any
The binding paper is already
gummed ready for use, which
greatly simplifies the process
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED TO HOME SEEKERS.
They are located on high ground at an
eltvatlun of from i'oo to 500 feet, affording
unturpassed 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.
iWearv fivaddas r
T. B, MURRAY
TUB BEST FOR
MOUTH AiSD TEETH
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
, The Pasteur ....
Germ Proof Filter
Is the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all im
purities and eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUR 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 Sfe Co. y
3I FORT ST.
Painting, Blacksmituiug, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Between Beretanln and Pauahl Sts.
MANUFACTURERS OF .
Repair Work-a Specialty. Fine Carriages,
All orders promptly atttRdeJ to.
Only competent help employed.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN
General Merchandise Diy Goods, Groceries.
1 Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT KTREET.
TEL. NO. MAIN 54. p. O. BOX 896,
Contractors and Builders.
FSO CO General Business Agency
Concrete and Excavating
of all kinds, t i t t V t
Office Room 6ot Stnngenwald Block. T. HAYASHI. MANAGER.
I', o. uux w. T",t; ,t.
VKruxrcst 7iro lOsxjkjsr
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.1I1D la Fit. Silk, aod Gran lln.m.
Water will be supplied at the rate of
1 15 per yesr for each lot, from our Pacific
Heights Water System. This Is less
than city rates.
Special Inducement to Bnilders.
To all who will begin the erection of
houses within 60 days, we will milte
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of bullJIng material over our
& CO., Progress
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Kukul Street, bet. Nuuanu &
Mfg Company, Ltd.
WaffOllS and Tracks.
SCIENCE HAVE PROCLAIMED
Chln.u ami Japan... Good, ol All Klrta.
Nuuaati strut. '
Low Prices, Good 'Terms. '
Prices of lots'range from I400 to 8750
each, according to size and location. Ont
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance In
Installments al terms to suit purchasers.
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. Ws
can recommend this property as being
especially desirable and attractive to per
sons seeking a choice location for a horns
at a moderate cost.
BIocJc, Fort Street-
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