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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1901.
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BE IN THE SWIM
of th very lutest hosiery
Open and lci work,
polka dot, .fleur dt ll,1
and other pretty pattern.
New blues, reds, Mack
andwhlief I t t i
THB M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
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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. V.
Sleets every Jlonday evening at 7:30
In Harmony Hall, King street.
L. H. DEE, N. O.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All lsltliiE brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC I.0D0E, NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday cenjng at
7:30 o'clock, Castle Hull, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially lnltcd to
H. 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 COMMANDERY NO. 1,
Meets In Masonic Temple on the sec
ond Thursday cenlng of each month.
All vlsttng Sir Knights courteously
A. F. GILF1LLAN, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday cenlng nt their
Castlo Hall, 420 Fort street, nt 7:30.
Members of Mystic I-ortge, No. 2, and
visiting brothers cordially Invited.
G. ERICSON, C. C.
K. of R. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE CROIX,
No. 1, A. & A. S. R.
Meets tho first Thursday In ench
month At Masonic Temple. Sojourn
ing and vlsttng brothers cordially In
vited to attend all meetings.
M.W. M., ALBERT VAN CLIEF GEAR
ALLAN U. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE Le PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the la3t Monday
of each month In Us hall, Maeonlc
L. do L. WARD. W. 51.
E. D. FRIEL, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
Special Meeting THIS (Wednesday)
Evening, June 19th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Work In the First Degree.
Members Lodge Lo Progrcs, Pacific
Lodgo and all sojourning brethren cor
WM. H. WRIGHT, W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary.
To any part of the city
Oahu Ice and
WORKS, - - KEWALO.
Ice will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box COO.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
AND WEAR A i
mey be tbtilntJ every
thing In the ll?e of thll4
reVe cloihlnEjV Drtsiei.
und.rweir of conptete,,
outfits mt1e to order i i
Sole, Agents for
Valuable Business Property
on Smith street near Hotel.
Desirable Building Lots all
over the City : : : :
Money Invested in Good
Real Estate Mortgages.
Castle & Lansdale,
ItKAL ESTATE AND
Rooms 506 and 607, Stangcnwald Bldg.
TELEPHONE MAiN 70.
THB CHOICE !
10 YEARS OLD!
The American Gentlemen's Dilnk.
SOLE AGENTS ARb
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
The Pioneer Wine and LlquorHouse.
KINO ST NEAR BETHEL.
THIS PAPER MKttW,:
llsltif Agency, 64 and 6, Merchants fxi intt, San
Franclco,Cat)fornla,wticrtcontracts Co IvtrtUInf
cao be mad for I
IJZZJ & CO.
Berrcy & Fullerton, Tel. Main" 185.
Main 136 means wood and coat. Ring
'cm up for your next order.
Whero Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu. opposite Chaplain Lane.
Mystic Ixxlgs No. 2, K. of P. mciU
tonight In Castle, Hall, Fort street.
Completely renovated and still sell
ing Rainier Beer. Pantheon Saloon.
A saddle Is wanted In exchange for a
ladles' bicycle. See ad In Want column.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, '1249 Fort St., $1 50 per week up.
Blank bookis of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Tho schooner Jas. G. North Is un
loading lumber at Honoupt for th(
The weekly edition of the Evenlni
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newf of the daj.
V. H. Poulscn, PAINTING AND PA
PERHANQING. King, cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
Choice Claret 50 cents. Port, Madeira,
Zlnfandel, 75 cents a gallon nt Hoff
schlaeger Co.'s, King near Bethel.
There will bo a special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.,
this evening. Work In first degree.
J. E. Gomes, successor to Camarn, U
Co., liquor dealers, has removed lilt
place of business to 35 King street. Tel
High school commencement In Prog,
rcss hall tomorrow evening. Dr. Da
vid Starr Jordan will deliver the ad
The quarterly meeting of the LndU's'
Society will be held In Central Unlnn
church parlor on Thursday inornluK.
June 20, at 10 o'clock.
The engagement of Miss Ella Thrum
to Mr. Rowland of the Pacific Hard-
waro Co. was anounced on Monday
evening at the home of Miss Thrum.
Professor Jordan has discovered a
"Rudder" fish, a species which ho has
not seen for twenty years. The flsb
was caught on the Koolau side of this
The new Irrigating pumping system
on the Hnwl plantation Is doing wi'''
and at the present time Is throwing
nearly 2,000,000 gallons in twenty-four
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. carries a stock of photograph al
bums larger than all other stocks In
Honolulu combined and they do not
glvo them away.
The St. Louis College entertainment
will tnke placo Saturday night. The
boj'B have made great preparations
and will be sure to give those attending
a most enjoyable two hours.
Don't forget Cnmarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand n fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Physical Director A. J, Coats of the
Y. M. C. A. will lcae for the Coast In
the Sierra, on or about Juno 25. He
will make his future home In Chicago.
He also expects to spend some time at
Tho graduating exercises of the Free
Kindergarten Training school will be
held nt the Henry and Dorothy Castle,
Memorial Kindergarten at 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. All friends are
cordially Invited to attend.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call m
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver aud
call for rigs free of charge.
Tho dry weather continues In Koh.tli
and much of the 1902 crop of erne be
gins to show tho lack of moisture, nt.
tween tho lack of labor and tin dry
weather, there Is very little doing on
the plantations, several of tho nilli
runlng on short hours.
Wray Taylor states that there has
been such a great demand for tho re
port of Dr. Stubbs on the agricultural
conditions of Hawaii that another edi
tion Is likely to be run oft in tho near
future. Thoso In Honolulu who have
seen Dr. Stubbs' report, pronouco It
complete In every detail.
The members and friends of the
Christian church wero delightfully en
tertained at the home of Rov. and Mrs.
A. E. Cory on Alexander street last
evening. The affair was under, the
auspices of tho Y. P. S. of tho church.
After an Informal program of music,
refreshments were served.
At tho Union mill, Kohala, shift
sinking Is now in progress for tho pin
pobo of developing water for Irrlgat'on
purposes. The shaft Is down fifty feet
and according to results obtained uy
boring It Is calculated that the first
flow of water of any consequent will
be encountered at about tho lfiO-foct
Among the departures for Hllo and
way ports In tho Klnnu yesterday wero
the following: J W. Cathcart, John
Hind, R. R. Hind, Mrs. L. Severance, C.
II, Judd. Geo. S. McKcnzle, Win, Mc
Kay, A. Humberg, David Eldredge,
Walter Scott, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pua.
S. P. Mable, A. Pollltz, W. E. nelllnn
and bride, J, T. McCrossen, Robert
Itallentyno and Miss A. Horner,
The uso of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro, mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. B. Bcr
gersen, agent, 1CV4 Bethel street, P, O
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ClfAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder of High-Grade
YACHTS, BOATS AND LAUNCHES!
Works, 692 King St.
P. O. Box 633. Telephone, B.uo 3121,
I SAIM Bill
Motion Goes Through
Just, Previous to
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS 3ug
WILL GET $8,0M A YEAR
Emmeluth Discusses Superintendent
Atkinson-Mossman Would Ap
propriate for Position Not
The Salary bill has at last lecn pois
ed on third reading. Yesterday's con
test was long and tiresome, the last
few Items taking up endless debate.
Mossman started all tho trouble by
moving to fix the Attorney General's
salary at $9000.
"We arc not appropriating tho sal
ary for tho man," ho began, greatly to
the surprise of the Home Rulers, "but
for the position. Just because a man
differs with tts In politics Is no rea
son why we should cut down his sal
ary. The United Stntes Attorney here
gets $6,000, while our Attorney Gen
eral docs twice as much work as the
Fecdral official. I think tho salary
should be placed at $9000.
Ewallko wanted tho salary placed at
Knnllio now reminded tho Homo
Rulers of the promises which they had
made when they were campaigning.
He said that the Home Rulers wero
like boys playing marbles, who, when
they saw that they were going to loso
shot for the brush, crying out, "Don't
clear." He moved that they stand up
like men and cut down tho salary to
Emmeluth and Makalnnl proceeded
to debate upon the merits of the ori
ginal bill, moving that the bill pass as
In the Goernor's estimates. Emme
luth stated that tho nalarles would last
until they got county government.
After a little moro discussion the
Item wns passed at $8000.
Tho Treasurer and Superintendent of
Public Works passed at the same
figureandnorub wns met with until the
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Haabeo moved to placo his salary
Emmeluth objected in loud tones.
"I object to any such extravagance as
this," said he. "Tho Superintendent of
Instruction is now holding down tho
fattest Job that he ever ran ncross."
"I think," began Becklcy, "that Mr.
Emmeluth should glvo Mr. Atkinson
credit for going without his salary tor
tho last year. He has certainly never
got fat on public money."
"I never mndo that statement," re
plied Emmeluth. His duties have
never been Irksome In tho past, and
will not be burdensome In the future.
This sentiment Is not simian In its
character, but Is straight goods, for I
fear nothing In tho simian line."
Paele wanted to put the nnmo of Mr.
Charles E. King In the place of A. T.
Atkinson. Finally the Item passed at
Prendcrgast made an attempt to do
tome reconsidering, whereupon Emme
luth left the room, stating that he was
through with it all.
Through Prendergnst's efforts, tho
Land Commissioner and the Auditor
were raised to $7200.
The motion to carry tho bill on
third reading then carried. Ayes 21,
noes 5. Those voting no were: Dickey,
Haahco, Hlhlo, Kawalhoa and Prendcr
gast. The House adjourned at 4 o'clock.
HONOIPU SCHOOL REPAIRS
The Senate did more talking than
anything else yesterday afternoon and.
although only a few Items were passed,
It was well along in tho afternoon be
fore adjournment wa taken.
Tho clerk announced the messago of
tho Acting Governor submitting esti
mates as the next thing on tho list of
unfinished business. On motion of Mr,
C. Brown, this message as well as the
one received" from the Governor May 8,
wero laid on the table to be considered
with tho supplementary appropriation
bill which had been introduced during
the morning session,
On motion of Mr. Kaolil, an Item of
$400 for repairs of school houses at
Ilonolpu, was Inserted.
Mr. White tried to got tho Senate to
suspend tho rules to nllow him to
smoke but was not successful In this.
Mr. AchI, showing the spirit of rush
that lias como over the Senate during
the past week, wanted to report verbal
ly on several items and have them
passed Immediately. He stated that
File chairman of tho committee had not
called n meeting. Tho chair calmly
anounced that tho Senate would await
tho regular repoit of tho committee.
There being nothing moro before tho
Senate, adjournment until Wednesday
nt 2 o'clock was taken.
Take a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 5 cents.
Palo Alto, Oalttorntm
Has the most ideal school environ
ment in all America a university
city the most superb climate in the
world and every social and physical
advantage. The equipment of the
school itself is thoroughly modern.
Prepares more students for Lelawl
Stanford than any other boy's
school on the Pacific coast.
, wiiiie roi pnoM Em, to
FRANK ORAMER, A.M., Principal
I Lead All Others J
, 80LE AGENTS
Washington Mercantile Co.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Wnlldkl and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Best Terms
Good Building Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sizes. : : : :
on easy Installment.
to loan $ie,eee
on number I Heal Es
tate security ::::::
J. H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the Hair from
It is also an Elegant
Hollister Drug Co,
Bind Yonr Own Photos.
F:r hose who wish to bind
their own photos KING BROS
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in binding
paper and mat board in any
The binding paper is already
summed ready for use, which
greatly simplifies the process
PACIFIC HEIGHTS !
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED TO HOME SEEKERS.
They are touted on high ground at an
dvatlon of from 200 to 500 feet, affording
unsurpassed scenic and marine views.
Electric Railway and Lighting.
The Electric Railway makes access most
easy, and power for lights may be hid at
most reasonable rates.
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For thirty fnroates
yVeary Aeaffles. 3
T. B, MURRAY
yjy Kukul Street, bet. Nuuanu &
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND 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 & Co.
31S PORT ST.
Fainting, Blacksinitliing, Trimming.
Fhaotons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
HIGHCL 4SS ' WORK.
Between Beretanla and Pauahl Sts.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SCIENCE HAVE PROCLAIMED
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
E. O- BC3C 886
TEL. NO. MAIN 54. P. O. BOX 896.
Contractors and Builders.
Offici RoonGoi Stangenwald Block,
P. O, Boa MI. 1 "
THE ODDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Deil.il la Flat Silk. ..4 Grin Line... C&Io.m n4 Jtp.uM Oeo4t of All Klali.
10-eie Nou.ou stf eet.
Water will be supplied at the rate of
i5 per year for each lot, from our Pacific
Heights Water System. This Is less
than city rates.
Special Inducement to Builders.
To all who will begin the erection of
houses within 60 days, we will make
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of building material over our
& CO., Progress
Mfg Company, Ltd.
Wagons and Tracks.
General Business Agency
Concrete and Excavating
t t I I t
T. HAYASHI. MANAGER.
Low Prices, Good Terms.
Prices of lots range from fioo to 1750
each, according to size and location. Onr
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance Ii
Installments at terms to suit purchasers.
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. Wt
can recommend this property as being
especially desirable and attractive to pep
sons seeking a choice location for a horn
at a moderate cost.
Block, Fort Street-
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