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NEW WHEELS FOR
Come Early They sell quick at this price.
E. O. HALL SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
HURRAH.FOR THE4th OF JULY
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
New Fire-works, FlaRM, SHIelds,
- JPontonlnsj, - Decoration - Bunting,
Torpedoes, ' Lanterns, Etc., Etc,
which will be so'd at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED. CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from Si o.oo to 825.60 at the : :
BERETAN1A ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
Box 535 S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
tillers promptly, every attention .will be given to careful delivery
., ;; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
We ask a share of your patronage": : : :
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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ine uunn sectional
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne FurnitureXo., "d.
PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 971
P. O. BOX 621.
SUlictout tnd j
CC.4.5T AC t NTS,
PACKED ON FARM
frith And i5wr
Weather Durcati, Punnhou, Juno 18.
Temporaturo Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 84.
Ilarometcr at 9 a. m. 30.09, Steady.
Dew Point 67P.
Humidity at 9 a, m. 64 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
18. Weather clear; lnd fresh NE.
Tuesday. June 18.
Stmt Isvalanl. Gtecne, from Hamlkua
with 4010 bags sugar.
Itl bk Etnella Crampa, Jaccarmo, 6;
days from Callao.
I'uesJay, June 18.
H D H:ndlxsin; Olesen, for ban Fran
cisco v; 1th sugar ,
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmt Lchui, Dower, for Mo!oVtalptl
at 5 p in.
btmr Mokolll, Napala, for Maul ports at
5 11 "
Stmr Mlk?hala, Gregory, for Nawlli
will, Hanamiulu and Koloa at 5 p in.
btmr Noeau, Wyman, for bleele at 4
Schr Golden Gate, Mason, for Kauna
kakal. FASSENOEKS DEPARTED.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr Kl
nau, June 18 J W Cathcart, John Hind,
R R Hind, Miss Creeghton, Mrs L Sever
ance, P C Buzzell, C H Judd, Miss W
Smith, Chas Llncom, W D Schmidt,
Miss A Horner, Mrs J Brown, Mrs Grace
Hudson. A E Nunwell, O Shauunessav, A
Humtnirg, Miss e K Sylva, J W Hall, J
Martin Lee A f Serven, W A RWenberg.
There were forty-one sailing vessels and
one ocean steamer In port yesterday.
The Carralllon Is to load coal at Tacoma
for Hllo, and the H. C. Wright lumber at
Evened for Kahulul.
The bark Mohican and the barkentl,,e
Irmgard tor this port, and the brig Con
suelo for MahuVona cleared from San
Francisco on the 8th Inst.
When the Ze-ilandli left San Francisco
all the vessels of the sugar fleet which left
here up to the time the Gaelic silled, had
arrived at the Coast wlih the exception'
of the Rosamond and schooner Columbia.
The four masted ship Susquehanna
which Is expected here with coal ballast
for the navy is having, reliuurance offereJ
on her. 1 he big vessel sailed from Nor
folk, Va . In December last for Manila and
was 'spoken on Feb. jth.ln latitude 27 de
gree southjongltude 27 degrees west, ilme
then nothing has been seen of her.
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WA Shirts with one pair detach- ,:,' l',i . ' , '
' TAIL VitsXM , ! able cuffs mad. to your . -" .
1- , I TjrV. $i.SS(I.B0'h.T5 9.00 8.95"" '" - V ( A
m?'. -, lSk according to the quality JpB''- -'--' ' ' i I1
l 'of -materiaf'-selected. J&& '" ""'Sl " """ ' 4r
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The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
. .4ff. 11 Ihii rolumn trill he intertttl
'm nl IS rmlt a UtSe one iiireilimi : 5
ctnlt tiro inurl'wnt; SO ctiit out icrtl; 40
ernt tiro KttL$, ami CO eenlt one juonlh.
Thit u the tluaptn nrticrtifiugeirroiitrea
Hit ptoph of Honolulu.
(SALESMEN EARN Sua A MONTH Mlllng
o r pen tarbon copying book, and othtr offic
trrcUIHct by umplet caiy allri t Rool rfQft 1 1
by all merchant, f fint ttJ. line L. A. bLY
writes "can make Sit a week " W, ( LAREY
cleared Si) l otiflull 4a" "W.J. AUSTIN. Sn
kitllNMri'' N. E. PAYNE'S lint order a for
f li worth. Including 16 ccpylnr books. Catalneoc
tree. MODEL MFU. CO., Dtl'T. Ji. South Rend,
PARISIAN nKESSMtKER-Mne l. Umbert,
la't Irrmt Doucet, Parti, hn opened her drett
miklng parlors I Irst-eliss fililna and lateit detleni.
mi Nuuanil Ave , abov Vineyard ,tseirao
The Civil Service Commlaslonera
left for Hllo in tho Klnau today to bo
gone two weeks. Sub-boarda of exam
iners will bo appointed nt Hllo and
perhaps at Kahulnl but the commis
sioners nro not sure an to ihe latter
port. The local board will consist of
five men, three of whom have already
been appointed. They are; Professors
Alexander. Ingalls and Banks. a
Chief Examiner Severn waa Inter
viewed by a Bulletin reporter this
morning Just prior to his departure for
"The examinations." Mr. Severn said,
"wilt be held on the 6th of July, and'ln
case a large number of applicants take
the examinations, tho time will be ex
tended to the 6th of July. Quite la
number of appointments will probably
be made here in time but no one can
tell how soon. Tho Naval Department
has Informed me that it will want sev
eral clerks here before lone;. Soven or
eight new ofllclnls aro needed by the
Customs Department. A railway mall
clerk will also bo appointed, and sev
eral clerks will bo placed on tho differ
ent Inter-Island boat
"Hawaii Is entitled to ten men In tho
Printing Department, while at pres
ent they havo but one. The pay there
Is quite good, being no cents an hour.
"Tho next examinations will bo
held before December 1st, but I am not
prepared to state what examinations
will be given then. I am Inclined to
think that among others bookkeepers'
examinations will be held,"
The following examinations will be
held next July; Aid Coist Survey, Book
Typewriter, Chinese Inspector, Clerk
General, Elevator Conductor. Fish Cul-
turlst, Immigrant Inspector, must
speak Japanese; Meat Inspector,
Weather Observer, Stenographer and
Typewriter, Superintendent of Con
struction, Topographic Draughtsmen,
Assistant Topographer nnd Copyist,
Translator of European Languages,
Railway Mall Clerk, Customs Depart
ment Examiner of General Merchan
dise, Customs examinations, first, sec
ond and third grade. Printing Depart
ment Bookbinders, Compositors,
Electrotypers, Stereoiypers and Press
men. Indian Service Teacher, Ma'
tron. Physician, Industrial Teacher,
Teacher of lndustrleBrhlllpplrio-Com
mission Department Assistant, Span'
Ish Translator, Stenographer and Type'
writer. . ,
BOOKKEEI'INO tauchl; double tntry. Short busi
ness method, also tnsl in.. Reasonable toi,
Klne it. i8jJ-sw
VOUR FUTURE correctly tild, Consult Madam
sasoon, recently riom ine colonies, r. u.
Honolulu. H T.
OTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co.
nas wniic 3Anu ruK9Aic ijeiu
SALK CHEAP A new surrev. only uvj a
let. limes California feel To. ,36t-,w
VOtlNG LAYING HENS, lutt irrhedex Z.alandia.
I for sale In lots to suit. California Feed Co..
Queen and Nuuanu Sts. - i6S-,w
l"Wi nf House and lot, Walkrkl read,
,JW.W belonging to estate of O. Man-
son. For particulars, enquire of Mrs. Q, Mansnn, or
p. L. Waliron. ' 'ii i ,sslino
FOR SAtE Phseton. good as tiew Full leather
top. A O. Hitchcock. Si a King St iSi-tf
COR SALE phaeton In e xcHfenl con Jit Ion. cloth
r HneJ Cot 3ji " for salt chp. Irviulrt
of Mrs W, C Wteion. uinghim St , or room S,
MoJel Block. iBjvt
COR RENT-Two CottiM at WatkUI. Rent Its
per mnrt.h tach tnulrc of S. T. Pain. Tram
wy 1 ofhct'pjuahou. tln-tw
FOR ALE-B4faln. t nc lot ) him. MOKAUEA,
KALIhi, tpltiviiM '. ctitip InulraattriU
FOR SALE-W? 00 AbJrsalrt. Top burjRV, ooJ
aiti'w Cxtrnthn tertnt. MaJ to otJer, ln
quirt olV W. Wright. Tori St tH.im
PR SALE A bicyct mTyei'r(unJ, carries 16
Dj.wn.itri. little u4. -ot4n. will sill foi
$10 fcnjlre at 11 Merchant ht. il5iw
FOR SALE Ateant-a cor J woo J, tn quantlttet to
tuit. dellvereJ Apply R Llsliman. Ktaumoku
street. Tel. WMtaeMi ' il'yiwi
Jas. F. Morgan
-88 Queen 8tfo.
W ANTED TO RENT An unfurnished cotlape of
a cr 1 rooms with bath, com anient to Uert-
t nla or King .treat cars, for single gentleman.
Address li Y,z.,'Uuiieitn urate. taoe-n
11 ANTED Two tood solicitors t steady position,
W good pay. Call beleer)q and it. Room mo,
Judd llulldlag. comer Meichant aad Fort Sts. ti-iw
ANTED To Sen Jtwuttv and Watches
In The latest styles. Watches leralred by
(ewtltr ol is yews enieltnce. O. DIHTZ, fort St .
near Hotel. ' HuMI
11 ANTED -Bonkkecpera and ofltca-cltrkt. drivers
W salesmen anJ all daises of help. Don't wait
limit ytu w the add In tha paper, but Mil 'oJay at
Select EaMloyiwQt Bureau comer of Alakea and
Merchant -Snu '
OFFICE POSITION desired by coapetent Book
fceeper. "J. L " Bulletin OWce. 4Vimo
WANTED ladles and cenilemen to introduce the
"hottest" seller on eaith Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented 1809. A cents are c.lnlnr mono.
Cures atl forms of scalp all ems headeches, eic
yet costs (he same as an onllnry ctmb. Send wc In
tamps for sample D N Row. G n Mer., Deca
tur, III. . iig)m
pXI,fRir.NCLt. STATIONARY ENOIMECP,
- thoroutniy laminar witn mei spetj erein-s,
Three itnrouehbted EnclUh white
setter pups Iniuire wash niton Light Co., or
HOTEL FOR SAIE. rood paying property In
heart of town, lone lease, cheap rent Sfeoo.
Part cati., part nirteaie Inquire atthlsonker
COR SALE Six lots An Kapahuiu Road. Kalmukl
Tracts cheap, os the Installment plan. Apply
Emmetl May. Jvji Building. M'l-tt
A HOME "UP THE VALLfY." .The
Housianllot at the heai cf Robinson Lane,
Nuuanu Vallsy.belonjlntc to C. II. Ripley Is offered
for sau. This Is one of the choicest homes In the.
suburbs of Honolulu: a modem house, almost
new. fine able, very large ihaie trees t do coler
place in Honolulu, and wilt be sold on the most
reasonable term,, AppK to owner, on the premises,
or at room .0 PryfM Ifloch, . i8t-imo
(Ball enlnes especially) Enrneer,
1 1 -tf
MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
h Bulletin umce
once. Address 'A I
TO LC I A rooming h iuse of 1 j ooms, comp)eely
furrtlthtd. Call at 619 Hotel St. iBtl-iw
TO RENT Fu nlshed six-room house. NeTiouse,
new furniture. All modern Improvements, Rental
$V 00 per m nth itjs Lunalllo St , f ki uf Kewalr,
App'y on prem'ses or to C. E. Moore & Co , 115
Merchant St. Phorn Main is ,...lBa?''w
TO LET Furnished front roosa with board, suit
able for two gent'emen. King place first house
on the left oB Beretanla. i6jiw
TO LET A five-room cottage, on comer of Klnao
and Pensacola streets. Apply to W. O. Atwater
OFFICES PQR RENT- In Brewer bulldlnr. Oueen
vJ street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
k Co , Ltd.
TO LET or leas for a term of years, one large
Bullilnr at Iwllel. toxto. with a drive all around
the building, known at the Honolulu bleam Laundry
building. Tor Information, apply at Peerless Pre
serving Paint Company,
TO LET Two furnished rooms.
I W W. Ueebe. cart of Jain Nntf,
TO LET A housed of over to rooms, centrally
1 located. Ail new. Apply Bulletin office. 6oat
FR RENT Una double ad three single furnished
rooms. Can bo used for light house-keeping.
Private family. 446 Punchbowl street. itoo-iw
COR RENT-Wllder Avrnue. next Alexander St
I New t room house, j Bed Rooms pnrce aln bath,
also nicely furnished cottage, suit llphthous keep
ing, Law rental. Call or by letter, W, B. this office
nd .WI-WPOM KLONDIKE.
Dawson, May 21, via Seattle, Wash.,
June fi. The spring clean-up season Is '
in full swing In all parts of the Klon
alike camp. Millions uf 'dollars' worth
if gold dust have been washed from
the mountain-like piles of pay dirt
that was thrown up by tne army of
telling miners through the long, weary
months of winter. Within a month
$3,000,000 or $4,000,000 will have been
taken out, and tho washing of the win
ter dumps will then ba finished. The
spring clean-up of the camp Is estimat
ed at 115.000,000 and the Bummer out
put at $10,000,000. V
Young Replaces Shatter.
Washington, Juno 8. Major Qeneral
3amucl B. M. Young was today ordered
to proceed to San Franctscoyto nssuiuo
command of tho Department of Cali
fornia. He will relievo Major General
Shatter, whoso volunteer commission
expires on July 1st, General Shatter Is
already on the retired list of tho regu
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Hotel Band Concept.
The band will play the following se
lection at 'a concert 'ot the grounds of
me Hawaiian hotel this evening, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Cagliostro Adam
Fantasia Tho Cossacks' Patrol , . .
Variations My Old Kentucky Home
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) Aloha no Wau.
(d) Moani Ke Ala.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Coruet Solo Old Folia at Horn
Mr. Charles Kreutcr,
Selection The Fortune Teller ....
, ,,,., Herbert
Welti Andaliulan Love Dream
March Yolo Doola (hew) .... Iltrscb
"The Star Spangled Banner."
TO LEASE-SIx acres ol land In Kcwalo. For
paitlculars apply to A R. UINDT, nftiro wllh
Guide Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant
Telephone Main tsa.
vrt IBT . ... ..... i.u llft,. .Im l
1 bathing room, situated on Cunha's Lane, back
ol vineyard M Apply to J. A,
department of Hoff.chUeger Co
M Osorlo. Ilouor
Ltd, King street
LOST on Pall road, four certiticatefof "ctlrlie
stock N value esCeot to oner as nuabers art
known dnd transfers stopped. Reward os bringing
t, fcjKln, stockbroker. Fort M 8W-iw
5or Sale,.. ,
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr!
Douglas Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuuanu Streets. The
grounds are nicely improved and planted
v. Ith 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 rorJm, large hall,
extra large bedrooms. bathroom with hot
and cold water, large kitchen, fine cellar, a
portion of which is cemented and contains
extra stove wltrt stationary washtub.
Large rear yard. A large barn, stables,
hen house and servants' nopse.
rropcnv nas a ironiage on sciiool street
ol 85 feet, a depth of 216 feet and a total
area of 48 100 of an acre.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
For Rent !
All Parties owlnz monev to OAHU
COLLEGE, for tuition or pastunge, ate
hereby notified that unless these bills are
paid within a week t Judd & Co., P. O.
Box 667, they will be given to a lawyer
t868-tw Bv It? agents. Judd & Co.
The jrouri J and two upper, fl wrs In the
ON QUEEN .STREET,
at present occupfed by the IX, S. Quarter
master. Possession given on July 1st.
ALLEN & ROBINSON, LTD.,
xB6A't Queen street.
COR RENT A suite of three furnished r.oin.
K suitable for haiaofceeplng. jbj Fort St, y j
WFICES 'FOR m RENT-Four Mnrmww-
- occupies py maior Kocmson as vu'"mIr a
oflkes. In lrogTtss Bio k, will bo for rent after June
10 The rooms will N rented singly or en sulle.
Apply to C. S. (Jesky, Progress Block. ilutt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT
of thf Territory of Hawaii, In prob-te. at chanters.
In the mattir f the estate of MAKANOC (w) deceas
ed testate. On reeding and filing fe petition of
Samuel Wool'ey, administrator with the will annexed
of said estate, prayng for an order of sale of certain
real estate btfonelng to said defeased situated on
Makikl street In Honolulu, Oahu. and sett nr forth
certain legal reasons hy such reil eiiate should be
siu it is nereoy oraerea mtt an persons intereitej
In thn sal J estate aervar before this Cturl on MON
DAY, the emd day of July, A.D, 1901. at ten 0 clock
a m , at the Court Room of th s Court In Honolulu,
Oahu, tli en and there to show cause why an order
saouta n n oe gran'ea ror ine sue 01 sucn reai csiaie.
Honolulu, Jute 1,1001.
B) the Court
ROBERTSON & WILDER
iBstB-ih-Jcne 18 t. July
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
on the upper side of Beretanla street, near
Building ax 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 system.
Houses 'ready for occupancy on or about,
RENi" i6o otr month.
Also one new house on Klmn ttrwt:
Rent 50 per month.
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Pilkol and Beretanla streets. Fine large
yard, with fruit and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedroom,' servants'
Stalls for two horses and carriage room.
House will be rented furnished. Party
renting must take good care of th
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6$ Queen Street.
TO LET Fir. rooa, cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
', neat to Mormon church. Apply to A. u.
neat to Mormon church.
1X1 LET Elegantly lurnlshed "throughout" Seven
room house Rent for term at Ssj per month.
Splendid location King street, betwttn Walklkl
Road ant Tnomas Square Atkinson, Room 8, Ms
goon Building, Merchant St.
Subscribers to tlic JHJLLETIN
not receiving tlicir import promptly
will confer a favor by notifying tho
Ihi&iucr. Ollicej Telephone, 250,
TO LEASE For a term of three years the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy, Walklhl, a two
story house of nine rooms, with large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout i hot waerfrr bath, also cotage
of two rooms In yard. Good beach and sea baihlnv,
also, fine view of Honolu u JOHN CAS IUY. $
dcarn una, wiimm, or , u una on, 4S-tw
TO LET St-(on House, well furnished zooms will
1 borl. Ymi y Ht . neir P'lWoi , itiiw
FOR RLNT An eight roum Cottage. All iroina
Improvements. Two tnliules wa k from Train
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite ballon 'lew tt
Tp LErComfortablecottaires on the premises ot
) the Sanitary Steam Laundry Co., Ltd. Aftarmlnn
and .South streets The cottages contain, rot ms,
kitchen and path room. No extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable, .Apt
ply on the premises to J l-lfhlfoit manager cB-tf
COp SALE Young family bugey horse, six ).,rs
ou, kmq anj renaoie, sa'e lor woman or enna
totltlve. "W.R" Bulletin Office l86,-iw
FORSAIE-Foldlngbed.ortoea.hange for bed'
room furnl ur. Address J, M , this office,
v 'Tuelef6rds "'
LASTi, NIGHT OF
THE BIG SHOW.
Tho Roaring Comedy Drama
Lost In New
The entire ampanv will appear In the
cm. Specialties, etc.
..palace tDrnperles,, .Curtain,4
Orlenta, Silk ' Dress Goods, Em- ,
broideries, Hammered Brass and
Copper Flower and Plant Pots, Otto
of Roses, etc. ; also hand-carved
EGYPTIAN - -
will be sold
Tuesday and Wednesday,
June 18 and 19, at 10 a.m.
Entlreh new Importations brought by
Mr. M. B. Mlhran, tlie celebrated art col-
lettor, Most valuable co'lecllon of Rugs
and Art GooJs ever brought here. ,
Do not mist this opportunity to secure
fine works of art at nominal figures.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer
'm.tditM'-, toMiri&k&M;'& &, v4.vu -
X a- Jf ' v&ti 4mslhir. i 4-$m kit&u