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1 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, JUNE 17,' 1901. ' f - '
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, . Aih. in this column trill he inserted
ol IS cenli a tint ont insertion ; it
ttnli tiro insertions; 30 cents one tctelf 40
rtnli liro necks, aua w cents one month.
This is the cheapest adtertising eier offered
lite peoylf J Honolulu.
SALESMEN EARN Sceo A MONTH Mlling
v our pert carbon copying; books and ovher office
specialties by sample 1 easy seller! 1 good t rott s l
sad by all merchants t fine side lines L. A. fcLY
writes "can make Jn erk." W. O. LAREY
"cleared Si) In one-halt da W, J. AUSTIN, In
Intjhuuri. M. G PAYNE'S first order was tor
Jse wort). Including t6 copying books, catalogue
free. MUDEL MFG. CO., DIPT. If South Bend,
OARISIAN nRbSSM.KER-Mme. P. Lambert.
late trom LVucet. Paris, has oprned her dre.s
aaaklng parlors. HrsWIas. fitting and latest designs.
.,41 nii'ianu ve , aoove vmeyarj ibct-i
BOOKKEEI'INQ taught: doubletntry. Short bust
mas method, also Lnellsri Reasonable toil
King St i8s6iw
VOUR FUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
Sasoon, recently trom the Colonies. P. w.
ICE TO BUILDERS Th Union Eicrttt Co
hat WHITE SAND K3R SALE mitl
UMNTED TO RCNT-AnunfurnlslifJ tottiee of
"" t or rooms with bath, comtnltnt to Ucrt-
inu or Kinr H'Wi cars, ivr single fftniirrnan.
AUiiii X Y.Z., Uullttin One: i86y,t
WANTED Two too J tolicltori ; tteaJy position,
cttod mv. Call between o and it. Room too.
Jtii Building, corner Merchant and Fort Sit. 6iiw
X ANTED-To Sell Jewelry and Watches
" l rn latest styles. Watch tf paired by
Jwelee ol H years experience,
11 ANTED -Bookkeepers and office clerks, drivers
salesmen an J an classes 01 neip, uoni wait
watll 3rsu see the add In the paper, rut call today at
(! cmpioymeni uureau comer 01 niaxra ana
.men rant ats.
OFFICE POSITION deslnJ bv comretent Book
V-J keeper. "J. L " Bulletin Office. i84Vtmo
WANTED taJles ni cendemrn M Introiuce the
"Mttest" seller on eatth Dr, White's Electric
Ctrr, patented 1894 Agents are c.lnlnjr mone .
Cures all forms of scalp all-rents. heaJacr.es, etc
7 it costs the same as an mdlnarycnhb. Send oc In
mrs tot sample D. N. Rose, Gn. Mj;r.. Deca
tf . 111. liiQ-im
CPPRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
J thonui;hly familiar with high sprel enelnes.
desires position. (Uatl engines espectally) Ergmett,
BollHlnOftca iB 8-tf
VOUNG MAN, stenosrarher ani typewriter, at
I once AJdrets "A N ,l Bulletin Office
FOR SAlF Ywint; family buggy horse, six trs
old. VManJ reliable, sa'e for woman or child
tednve. "W. R Bulletin Office 'll-'J
FOR SAIE FolJIne t-eJ.or torxchmge for bed
KMtn furniiure. Address J, M , this office,
c jv rtr House and lot, Walklkl road.
J,UVA.UU ft Ion trine utjteof G Man
vn. fu parMcutars, enquire of Airs. G, .Manson. or
f. L. Waldrc-n. i8s8-i"'0
FOR SALE Phaeton cood as new, Tull leather
Uf. A G. Hitchcock, tn King St i8)-tf
COR SALE phatton In eweltent condition cloth
r DrttJ Cost $jj new. I or ale (.Map. Inquire
fMrs W, C Wteion, Dlnghim M., or nmn n.
Model Block. sBst-tf
COR RENT-Two Cofage at WalMicI Rent ij
per month each. Inquire of S. T Pain, Tram
way so gte. Puuahou. i8ttw
PRALC-Bagaln line lot sjxtH. MOK'AL'EA,
XAUHl, spltndld vltw, cheap Inquire at this
wWc. ji .8J",W
FOR SALE $6$ no, A bargain. Top buggy, good
as nw Lktrntlon springs. Made to ot Jcr. In
mire ot W W. Wright. I orl St i8u-m
COR SALE A bicycle merrycround. carries 16
pasergers little ued. -ot f6jo, will sell for
' ' 'Zuf' nui r-lt !HltTC htnt ' 8 J J" '
FOR SALE Algaroba cordwood. In quantities to
suir, delivered. Apply R Llshman, Ktaumokit
Mttl. White a6i iljyiw
FOR SALE Th'fe thoroughbred EngIKh white
setter pups. Inquire Washington Light Co., or
Telephone 145. i84Q-im
HOTEL FOR SAtE, good paying property In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent. Js.eoo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE-Slxlotson Kapahu'u Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
EaimettMay, Juld Building. H)8-tf
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY." The
House and lot at the head rf Robinson Lane,
Muuanu Valley, belonging to C. B. Ripley Isi.ncred
ivr sale. This Is one of the choicest homes In the
suburbs of Honolulu: a modern huuse, almost
ew, fine fable, very large shade trees ; no coler
place In Honolulu ; and will be sold on the most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on the premises,
M at room 10 l'rogrei Block. ijUr-imo
TO RENT Fu nlshed six-room home. New house,
new furniture. All modern Improvements, Rental
10 00 per mt nth ujj Lunnlllo St . foot of K'ewalo,
Apply on prem'ses or to C E, Mjore &Co,tt
Merchant 51. Phone Main Jj8 i86tiw
TO LET Furnished front room with board, suit
1 able for two gentlemen. King place first hrus
en the left off Ileretanla. i86-iw
TO LET A five-room cottage, on cornr of Klnau
and Pcnsacola streets. Apply to W. O. Atwater
OFFICES TOR RENT-In Brewer building, 0"n
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
TO LET or lease for a term of veara. one I if it t
building at Iwllel, Soxvj, with a drive alt around
ttie bu ltd Inc. known as the Honolulu Steam Laundrv
building. For Information, apply at Peerless Pre-
mtv lag rami company. iboiiw
TO LET Two furnished rooms. Gents. Apply to
W W. Beebc. c are of James Notr, Jr. liw-tw
TO LET A house of over 1a rooms, centrally
J Vcated. Atlnew. Apply Bulletin office. 6cat
COR RCNT-Uni i,iib!e and three single furnished
rooms. ian 1 usea ror ngm nousc-Kcepmg,
wlvaie family. 40 Punchbowl atreet. i&oomw
FOR RENT-Wllder Avenue, next Alexander St
New room house. 1 Bed Rooms norcaialn bath:
Uo nicely furnished cottage, suit Mghihous keep-
,, Ltw rental, (.an or ey letter, w, o. mis on
VO rPASF-Slx acres of land In Rewalo. For
particulars apply to A. R. BINDT, u flit e with
Guide Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Men hint
St. Telephone Main i. i84T-tf
TO LET A fo.r room t.ottage,kltf hen, pantry and
bathing room, situated on Cunha's Lane, back
of Vineyard St. Apply to J. A. M. Osorlo, liquor
department of Hoff.chlaeger Co., Ltd , King street.
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
The Executive Council tlits mornlnc
unproved the petition of Dr. Cofer, that
n portion of the Knllhl Detention
Camp tia set aside for use of the Federal
authorities for quarantine purposes. It
U understood, however, that In case
of emergency, the Hoard of He.t'th U
to have the use of the entire camp The
Federal authorities will quarantine at
this place any soldiers who ma be In
fectcd with contagious diseases.
Treasurer Wright submitted an esti
mate of receipts and dlsbursementc on
account of current expenses for the
two years fromJuly,l, 1901 to July 1,
1903. His estimates promlso a de
ficiency of $300,000 at the close of tLo
C. V, iSpencer applied for n r.tail
liquor license for n,saloon lj he locat
ed on the Walklkl side of Union
street near Hotel street. Ileitis out
side of the saloon limits, the applica
tion was denied.
As a result of a request from tin Ko
hala & Hllo Railroad Company for an
early approval of ttielr line from tho
Hllo terminal, Asslstlant Superinten
dent Campbell will go over and In
spect the road and make a report.
CHIEF CHARLES THURSTON.
Charles Thurston, assistant fire
chief was, on Saturday afternoon, pro
moted to'tlie position ot chief, left va
cant by the death of Chief Hunt. Mr.
Thurston Is a young man who has
proved his fitness for the place be now
holds on more occasions than one. tin
tc most popular with both the men im
der him and the people of the city.
Mr. Thurston went In as a fireman at
Weather 'Uureau, Punahou, June 17,
Temperature Morning minimum,
75; Midday maximum, 81.
llaromefer at 9 a. m. 30.09. lllslng.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. C8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Juno
17. Weather cloudy; wind NE.
Sundav. June 16.
' StmrMlkahala, Thompson, from Kauai.
Slmr Noeau. wvman. trom Kauai,
Am schr Allen A, , 16 days from
MonJ.iv, June 17.
O S b Ze.ilandla, Uowd'll, 7 djys 19
liourjtrom San Francisco.
Am schr Prosper, Johnsen, 45 days from
' Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, ij days
irom aan rrancisco,
Saturday, June 15.
Stmr James Makte. Tullctt. for Kapaa.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosh:r, forHonokaa
Schr Kawallanl. for Koolau ports.
... ; .
y, June 10.
P M S S China, Seabury, for San Fran
Monday. June 17.
U S A T Buford, Martens, for San Fran
i rouer. j n niEDv.
the old No. 1 company on King street, Candles., Mrs Anokca, Ml E nViyber,
From Kauil, per stmr Noeau, June 16
S F Thomas, W Bocth, H Ryson, B J
Zabrlskle and four on deck.
From Kauai, prrstmr Mlkihala, June
16 C H Bishop, Airs H fiercer, J F Bow
ler and wile. C W Grate, wife and ;
children, M F Pros-er, A F Atkinson, A
Lewis. C F Reynolds. W J Roblnsdn. F '
A Potter, J R HlRbv. S T Sims. J J Mc !
.W WHIINEV .& MARSH .
J ' ' ' '
M1 ' Made to Order
i-9a1 1 i sWili
Shirts with one pair detach
able cliffs made to your
$1.28 1.50 1.78 9.00 S.9B
according to the quality
of material selected.
where the new Hawaiian Electric Co.,
offices now stand. He gradually wnrl;
rd himself up until lie stood at the hexd
nf the company. After he had been ;il
the new building of the Fire Depart
ment for a short time, he was promot
ed still higher and nude assistant to
Japanese having charge of the burn
ing of rubbish on Tantalus nre becom
ing careless. ' Had It not been for the
fact that there were some persous near
by who arc Interested In the remain
ing forest trees, the ,cedar hedge near
the Japanese quarters vould have tak
en Are and then there Is no telling
where the names would lnne spread to.
The calendar of cases was called in
the Supreme Court this morning and
cases set for hearing.
Frank Dlas, J A Macon, J E Kuiklnl, H
lounR, K b Mropp and 45 on deck.
From San Francisco, per O bS Zealan-,
dla. June 17 L V Brehm and wife. Miss'
H J U-Ierlev, A W Cnlter. Miss M Davl,
M ss M De Poy. F J Uouthltt. Mrs
ti.. n....t.H ,.... f....i.n 1 1
Dunne, wife, child anJ malJ, Miss J E I
Hirger, win HennlRaml wile, r- (J Minn,
Mrs M A Hoogs, Mrs V S Hughes, C V
Irwin anJ wife. HKIley, JHMakins, H
C Marsiles. V McElroy, Jno D McGIl
vray, Henry McGllvray. Master W Mc
Gllvrav, Jno McGregor, CI ;o McLauchlln,
Geo Medhurt. Robt Murrty, F J Owens.
Ed Pollltz, Dr V Razarronf. VV ShaiiRh
nessv, Jno Steart, MIjs E fabrett, Wray
Tayftr, W Roth and 4 steerage.
B. P. O. E.
AN IMPORTANT MEETING OF
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, B. P. O. fc will
be held at Progress Hall, King street, on
Monday, June I7thrat 7:30 o'clock p m.
All Elks are requested to be present.
By order of the E. R,
H. D. COUZENS,
FOURTH OF JULY
A MEETING OF CITIZENS IS
called for Thursday evening, June 20th,
1001, at the Drill brie, at ;: to o'clock, to
arrange for the celebration ot Independence
GEO W. SMITH,
itSJ7-4t Chairman Com, hop
YUEN HOP will open a New Ltundry,
CORNER KUKUI AND NUUANU STREETS,
on Monday, June 17th.' He will attend
promptly to all orders, and guarantees his
wsrk to be first-class. i86-iw
Since June 6th t if following vessel from
Hawaiian port-, have arrived In San Fran
dsco: Schr Aloha, 29 divs from Hono'
Jas. F. Morgan
11 68 Queen t-ati
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr.
Dougl is Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuuwu Streets. The
grounds are nicely m proved and planted
with fine tree. The main dwelling house
is well and substantially built. In good re
sch T S Redfield 20 divs om La I P3'1 3nJ con,alns larKe 'a1' lare Jouble
senr 1 a Kedtieia, 20 aiys trom La , , . rfl . h .
1 extra laree 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 batn, stables,
hen house and servant' house.
Property has a frontage on School strret
ol 85 teet, a depth of 216 feet and a total
areaot 48 tooot an acre.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St'eet.
haln.i; Am bk Martha Davis, 27 days
from Hllo;sch-H C Wright, 18 days fMn
Kahulu : bkt IrmcarJ. n davs from Ho-
n3lulu; Newsboy, 27 days I rnm Honolulu.
FRIDAY NIGHT AND
The American Girl
PR RENT A suit, (it three lurnlstied rxoml
suitable tor housekeeping. i-A-Fort M. -tw
OFFICES FOR RENT Four I are. rooms now
occupied by Malor Robinson as Quartermaster a
art fee in Progress B.o , will be tor rent after June
7 . Ttaa rooms .will b. rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. I'etkv, Progress Block. lii.-tl
TO LET Fiv. room cottage, enameled tub etc..
Mil to Mormun church. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
ml premises il't-imo
TO LET Elegantly furnished "throughout" Seven
room hojse Rent for term at Sal per month.
Splendid location. King sneet, between Walklkl
Road and Thomas Square. Atklnsoa, Room 9, Ma
goon Bullilog, Merchant St.
TO IE5 E For a term of three v.ars the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy. Walklkl; a two
-lory house of nine rooms, wllh large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout i hot wa er fur bath: a'so cottage
f two rooms In yard. Good beach and sea baihlne;
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASbllY. tool
leach Roaa. Valklki, orP.O Uoa 6n, .8,yiw
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You g 81 , near Pilkol itUa-im
PR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modem
Improvements. Two mlftuiet walk from Tram
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite Saloon iBto tf
TO LE r Comfortable cottages on the premises of
the Sanlta y Steam Lajndry Co., Ltd., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain a rotms.
kitchen and oath room. N extra charge for hit and
crid water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply no the premises 10 J. Llentroil. manager.
Phil May, who makes humorous
sketches, was 37 years old on April 22.
Simple as his sketches look, produced
with the minimum number ot lines,
the result Is obtained only by hard
work nnd the persistent elimination of
each superfluous Btorko of tho pen until
tho finished result Is obtained. Mr.
vMay has seen many sides of life, for at
one tlmo he traveled with a theatrical
company and played nfany parts for n
salary of ,2.75 a week.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
The Two Sisters
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Last Two Nights of Engagement
IN NEW YORK
The entire company will appear In the
Washington, Juno 7. The Cabinet
was In session over two hours today
discussing the Cuban and Philippine
situations. A communication has
been received from Governor General
Wood In regard to the prospect for
the unconditional acceptance of tho
Piatt amendment, but Its contents aro
not made public. it can be stated,
however, that there Is a hopeful foel
Ing In Admlntsratlon circles that after
the first soreness wcarc oft the con
vention will see the wisdom of accept
ing the terms of the amendment.
The program looking to the estab
lishment of civil government in tho
Philippines Is being formulated In tho
shape of an order which is to be pro
Civil administration under military
supervision, such as Is contemplated,
Is said not to bo anomalous, and the
civil government of Now Mexico unci
the Southern States during the early
stages of the reconstruction period nre
pointed to as being substantially ann-
lagous to what Is proposed In the Phil
HAS THE RIO LOCATED
San Francisco, June 9. The steamer
Rio de J metro miy soon vleld up the
treasures which she carried ur.der the
waves when she was wrecked in the
Golden Gate on the morning of February
22CJ. t-aptaln John koss, a veteran ma
riner who sailed out of this port lor thirty
years and who has been In the wrecking
business for ten years, declares that he has
looted the Rio, and that he has known
for six weeks where she Is lying, but for
Important reasons did not make his find
known. These reasons, he savs, were
three In number. Other persons were
seeking the wreck; he did not care to show
his hand until he had authority from the
owners of the Rio to go to wjrk on her,
and the weather conditions were such that
diving was Impossible.
HUGH TEVIS 18 DEAD.
San Francisco, June 8. Hugh Tevla
Is depd In Yokohama.and his beautiful
young bride Is Weeping her lonely
vigil preparatory to sailing for homo
next Tuesday by the Doric, which Is
duo to arrive in this city June 29th.
The most meager cable from Mrs. Tevjs
under date of June 0th, was receive! In
this city yesterday, and a similar mes
sage was sent to her father, deorge W.
Baxter at Denver, They read: "Hug'i
dead. Return to San Francisco Juno
29th." Messages ot condolence and
Inquiry were hurried over continent
and under ocean but up to a late hour
last night no answers had been ic
WHILE THBY LAST
NEW WHEELS FOR
Come Early They sell quick .at this price.
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
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, dining-room,
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, tine clothes
closets, bath, etc, etc , large yards, ce
ment walks, etc. Each house Is connect
ed with the sewerage Mstem.
Houses ready tor occupancy on or about
June 1 ith.
Also one new house on Klnau street.
Kent I50 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'
siaus lor two norses ana carriage room.
House will be rented furnished. Party
renting must take good care of the
HURRAFfFOR THE4th OF JULY
HOME FOR INDIGENTIELK6.
Indianapolis, Juno 8. Coloned WII
Ham V. Cody Is making an effort to lo
rata the proposed national home for
Indigent Elks at Cody, a new town In
the Ills Horn basin, Wyoming. He
Is personally appealing to the members
of tho Elks National Homo Conilillttdo
and Is carrying on a largo correspon
dence through his friends In order to
bring every Influence to bear In fav5r
of his town. Tho matter will probably
bo settled nt n mCetlm; of tho homo
committee at Columbus, O., Juno 15th.
65 Queen Street.
Palace Draperies, Curtains,
Oriental .Silk Dress Gowjj, Em
broideries, Hammered " Brass and
Copper Flower and Plant Pots, Otto
of Roses, etc. ; also hand-carved
EGYPTIAN - - h
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
New Flre-worlc.9, Rlau, Shields.
y- Festonlns:. - Decoration - Bunting,
fc Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., Etc.,
which will be .o!d at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-YYORKS
from 810.00 to 825.00 at the : :
i I-X-L 1
fc BEBETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION 3
ai D it Rnv RtlRi P lir t r-nt-nr.-. -"
S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
AVING PURCHASED THE GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M-. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
Inform the general public that we are nrenareJ tn fin
orders promptly ,,very attention will be given to careful delivery
' ' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BB8T - QUALITY - GOODS.
Nearly twenty-flvo candidates fcr
West Point wore turned down on ac
count of weak eyes.
will be sold
Tuesday and Wednesday,
June t8 and in, at to a.m.
Entirely new Importations broueht fiv
Mr. M. B. Mlhran, the celebrated art col
lector, Most valuable collection of Rugs
ami An uoousever nrougni nere.
Do n'ot miss tills opportunity to secure
fine works of art at nominal figures.
C. J. DAY S: CO.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks 1
Pint Top .
The Coyne Furniture Co..
Handsome Finish fi
Reasonable Price fi
P. O. BOX 6.1.
rnuunc r-Lui:K. mjM., zz
Bulletin 75c. per month.
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