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EVENTNO DULLETIS, HONOLULU. T. H.. TUESDAY, JUNE25; ri..'., . )-..,,..
FRESH LOADED SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVE SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
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THE I m A
HAS RECEIVED A
- PcatonlnK, Decoration Buntlnj;, j2
ffc Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., Etc, ;
l wliich will be s-old'at San Francisco prices. -t
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from Sio.oo .to $25.00 .it the : :
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fc BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
fc P. 0. BOX 535'
aS'urveTrial yill prove lteu" treriF'l-" fj
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish 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 : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Gunn .Sectional
J The Coyne Furniture Co., ".
r. u. uu. 021, rnuuncji
Oahu Sugar Compaiy, Ltd.,
The stockbooks of the Oahu Sugar Co.,
Ltd , will De closed to transfers iron, 1 nur
day, June 27th, until Monday, July 1st,
both dates inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
flahn Lumber and Building Co.
A partnership has been formed on the
r;th dav of June, A. D. 1901, bv and be
tween the following persons! He Cho,
Qoung Ming, Kan Wine Chew and Ch tng
Kim, doing business under the firm name
of Sun Yun Wo Company, at Smith St.,
Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. The
nature of the business Is a Restaunnt
General Carterlng Business.
Honolulu, June 22nd, 1901.
KAN WING CHEW,
S874-J 25,2.9,16 CHANG KIM.
Beretanla St., 3
M I ,near
URGE STOCK OF -3
P?Iii.h, Shields, IS
5. W. LEDEHEH, Prop.
Famous Gunn Desks II
dluon, phuinc 071
ONE WEEK ONLY
Two hours and a half of Comedy, Songs
ana Marvelous AcroDatic reats
DRILL SHED GROUNDS
unvniv .Hiun ai fl
In his sensational 86 foot dive Into a 6-foot
tank of watei ; In front of tent.
FREE-7J30 Every Evening-FREE
Reserve seats on sale at WALL, NICHOLS
ac to., commencing 1 nursiiay, June 20m
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, aqjl 75c.
Subscribers to tlio UPLLE'LTX
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer n favor by notifying tlio
Business OHico; Telephone 250.
Fino Job l'rhitinjr nt tlio Bul
Weather Bureau, 1'urialioii, Juno 23.
Tcmpernturo Mornlnc minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 85. t
Ilaromctcr at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady.
Dew rolnt 65F. .
Humidity at 9 a. m. CI per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
25. Weather clear; wind ,NE.
Monday, June 24.
Am schr Annie M Cimnbell. Smith. :t
dajs from Port Gamble with lumber tu
Lewers uooKe. " 1
Schr Golden Gate, B Mason, sM hours
Monday, June 24.
Am schr J A Camobell. Smith.- for the
Sound In ballast.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Stmr Maul. Bennett, for Maul and Ha
Tuesday, June 2?.
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, lor Hllo and
Stmr W G Hall. Thompson, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kapaa
at 4 p m.
stmr aiivcanaia, uregory, tor Nawlll
wlh, Hanamaulu and Koloa at, 5 p m.
Stmr Iwalanl, Greene, for Lahalna, Ka
ntian ill. Hon' km and Kukuihaele t 4 nm.
Str. Lehua, Dower, for Haul and Mo
lokal nt 5 p. m.
Str, Mokolll, Nnpnl.i, for Maul and
Molokal nt 5 p. m.
Sclir. Golden Gate, Mnson, for Kahu-
lul at 5 p. m.
For Maul and Hawaii, ner stmr Clau
dlne. June 24 Pr Raymond. Geo Cana-
varro, Klch ird Oliver. H C Oven-Jen, W
J Forbes, .Vim Jas fayl. r, T B Duff, P R
neim, .w uaviuson, anss a uavuson,
Ut.. A II'UI. I. fell " I.I !..
Snlfftn, MlisEGIIhus, Mrs H S Medel
ros, C Streckenwald, A AHr.nme-, Miss
k naunesteau. miss 11 u l-ordes. A s
Medelros. D W Nanlhaa. Younc? In. D
Desha, Wm Desha, John Apa. Frank Mc-
Nrusie. Kaonn MCKrusle, Miss Awnna,
Miss E Hart. Kalanl Morton. Dtvld Eld-
redge, A H Vlerra, Rev A V Suites, MUsts
t ana j urummonu, j j urummona, v
Alencastre, A Alencastre, W S Akana, J
M Kaneakua. J M Cox, K Goml, Mrs E
M llonuna. Mrs J K Hanuna, A Robinson,
H Robinson, Jas Brown, C B Curtis,
Amoe Alana, William Smith.
For Hllo and way ports, per steamer
Klnau, June 25 Miss N Cooke, L C Ly
man, Miss F Blxby, Miss M c Leis.
ttlss Gladys Aklna, Miss A Bralnud, W
L Robinson, N C Wllfong, W A Wall. A
Wallace. D Morton. B H Austin. R Kin
ney, H R Macfarlant, H A Austin. Major
ruray. mrs l. j miner, Mrs kom lisiv
man, Jas Hattle, A Hapal, b Hapal, Har
ry Wood, A H Baldwin, Sam Mahelona,
W U walker, J U Axt-ll. b Kubey, Uipt
A L Soule and wife, C Howland, Florence
N Carter, W C Brown, W Wery, Flo
rence Hill, Amy Hill, J Ewallko. Mrs J A
Gonsalves and daughter, L I vestal, B
Horner, Maud Horner, E C Macfarlane.
W W Chamberlain, Capt Capelos, J T
McCrossen, R S Thurston, C S Halloway,
E Camibell, Wm Campbell. Prince
David, Master Hipal, Hattle Hapal, Mrs
CH Kluegel, ' Miss S Lyman, Wm Auld
and wife, M Perry, Dr M Rusel, S Alle
man, Mr C Gilbert, J D Paris Jr, Hon L
For Kona ani Kau ports, per stmr W O
Ull tun. m. Ul.... U C U HI C I..
a.a,,, .juait miaota U33, w IV
Julia Joa, Violet Ackerman, Mesdames J
B Goldstein, Reynam, J Effinger a'd 4
chllJren, Messrs Louis Lino, Geo Clark,
David Star Jordan, Chas McWayne, Abel
Lino,- jno uiarxe, K s ;ordan, Willie
Morgan, Bartells, A Kenna, O Bush,
James Apo, C A Chong, J Nichols, John
Hoopall, Albert Bush, Joseph Andrew,
Honolulu Harbor 54
Yesterdny afternoon the first lodge
of the Masters' and Pilots' Association
of America, ever Installed outside of
the boundaries of the United States
proper was Instituted here by Captains
Qllbart Droknw and Richard D. Seike.
The lodge Is known as Honolulu Har
bor, No. 54.
The installation took place in the
cabin of tho steamer W. O. Itall and
there were present all the captains
and pilots In port who had signed an
The organization Is a secret and
benevolent one to which are eligible
none but American citizens who hold
American marine certificates as mas-
ters or pilots of steam and sail vessels.
The installation services yesterday
were very successful and, although on
account of absence from the city some
of the charter members wero unable to
attend, there were numbers sufficient
to make a fine showing.
Gilbert Droknw was elected Captain
and Captnln Sentries of tho J. A. Cum
mins, FlrBt Pilot. The names of the
other ofllcerS as selected will bo an
nounced later. '
Those present at the ceremony were
Captains Ilrokaw, Seike Freeman, SI
merson, Haglund. T. C. Clark, Wyman,
Sacks, Dennett, Searlcs, Nlcholsen, Tur
lett Illlbus, Qregory, McAllister, Ole-
sen. Green, Napala Bennett. Dower nnd
Commodore George C. .Beckley.
DBATH ENDED HIS TASK.
Now York. June 14. William Her-
ford, an aged Qerman of Williamsburg,
Is dead by bis own hand, having shot
himself by the side of a work bench
In his carpenter shop after realizing
that at the end of a thirty years' strug
gle to And tho secret of perpetual mo
tion he was as far as ever from the
goal he sought. He wob found with a
bullet through his brotn, his pips
clenched between his set teeth and his
bead resting upon a piece of planking,
After the Festive Bug. "
While Professors Koebclc, Ashmend
and Perkins were In the mountains
back of Walahm last week searching
for tho festive bug, they ran across a
greet many specimens and brought
back a great collection. A lot of the
InscctH wero absolutely new to Prof.
Ashmcad but Profs. Kocbcle and Per
kins bad seen them all before. Not u
single new specimen was found.
Prof, Ashmcad leaves next week on
a trip to the Big Island on an extensive
- - .It'', in (i'ii'i column trill be intertrd
ill IB cenli i line one iiitertitni : 25
cent lieo iurerllum; SO centi our irerl-; 40
Cfntt lieu irfeJtn, (( (10 cenlt one month.
Thit it the chenient adieelmngeier offered
the jieoiile of Honolulu.
SALES MC.N EARN fito A MONTH utllne
o.r pen inrbon ccpvlnjr bookf and other office
Bcecfaltlei bv mDlei eo-iv srtlen 1 eooJ I roh s :
uti by ll mercharu j fine IJr llnri L. A. fcLY
writes "cn maktfM cek " W. U. LARLY
"cieArci Sit In one-half dv W.J. AUSTIN. Ju
In i) hours' H. E, PAYNE'S first order as for
Js won't, IncluJlng 16 corytnjr books. Latatoue
free. MODEL MRJ. CO., DtPT. $1, South Beni.
PARISIAN nRESSMKER-Mme P. Lambert.
r l.t-fm n.tif Pan. h ATMnvi hr dr-
making parlors r lrstcUs fiMlng ani latett designs.
nt nunanu wve., apovg vrnevarj i5Timu
VOUR FUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
Sa&on. tecentlv from the Colonies. P U.
Honolulu. H T. .
OTICETO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co.
nis wiiiic 3apiu ruKSrtic imh
IANTI t large House, it ronms. with garden,
vv not too far fom c ntre of city, Address Major
Woo, tro South Stor P. O, Uoji gi8 ,!t4lT
WANTEDTur It re of 8 rooms hcuse firsile
with trlv'edge rf rentlnr the same rent $j o
returns 40.00 centrally I oca ed. Address to this
office. iS? tf
WANTED To Sill Jewelry and Watches
In the latest styles. Watches teoalrcd bv a
Jeweler of is years experience. O. DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. ifoS-tf
WANTED -Donk-keepersand office-clerks, drivers
salesmen and all classes of help. Don't wait
until ysu see the add In the paper, but call today at
Select Emplojnent Bureau corner of Alakea and
OFFICE POSITION desired by competent Book
aeeper. "J. L " Bulletin Office. i8-iru
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" seller on earth. Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented i8gr Agents are ctlnln; mone'.
Cures all forms of scalp alleents, headaches, etc
yet costs the same as an oidlnary ctmb. Send oc In
lamps for sample D. N, Rose, Utn.Mgr., Deca
tur, III ilio-jm
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
l- thoroughly farnlllar with high speed engines,
Jeslres pshljn. (Ball en tines especially) Ergireer,
Bulletin Office 18 8-tl
MAN. sienooTaDher and tvrewrlter. at
once. Address "A N.' Bulletin Office.
LOR RENT Fur Ju'y and August, furnished two
r s'ory house, seven rooms ani kitchen. 164 Schuol
stree. near Emma Apply on premises i84'tw
1 sultab tor four men. or light housekeeping; alsu
small one room co tags anj stverai otner nice rooms.
619 Hot I strei.
CURNISHED ROOM DURING SUMMER for one
or two ladies, suitable for teacLers attending
summer school Apply, giving name and adJres, to
A H." this office. ' 1874-tf
IF you bav a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, rail on A, R. HlNDT. office wLi Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main u. i8Ttf
FOR RENT July 1 Lire, house tnl grounds,
wlih t.blt ; midcrn Improvements I In Pew...
Inquire of Mr. llfhtfoot, Sanlury Steam Laundry,
FOR RENT Two nicely (urnlihed' bedrooms, kll
Chen and r-ath, suitable tor llant housekeeping-.
Fort street. S.S a month. Apply if? Klne s rest.
netr South. ,8Tt-iw
TO LET A rooming h)us of 11 rooms, compte'ely
lurnlihid. call at 010 Hotel Si. ib.r
OFFICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building. Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
St Co , Ltd, iS6,-imos
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large moms now
occupied by Major Robinson asQuattermsiler's
offices. In Progress li.o k, will be lor rent after June
10 The rooms will be rented slnelv or en suit..
Apply to C. S. 1 ekky, Progress Block. s84-lf
TO LET rive roum cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
at premises. iitimo
rO LET Setton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You,g hi , near Pltkol tlti-nit
PR RINT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Improvements. Two minutes walk front Tram
way. Inquire a th Mint or Favorite Saloon i8w tf
FO LE r Comfortable cottat es on the premises of
the Sanlta.y Steam Laundry Co . Ltd.. Marmion
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rncms,
kitchen and oath room. No extra charge for hit and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
,ly on the premises ro J Xlehtlo-t. wanarer' i4-tf
COR SALE CHEAP A new surrey, op'v used
few times. California Feed To. ,8S(-.w
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
r opportunity of Increase. Must be sold on acciunt
of party leaving town. One mon'h's services given
tkttl If purchased before July tj. 1901. Apply to F,
J. Russell, Atlurney, Magoon Dulldlng.
A HOME "UPTHE VALLEY."" The
House and lot at the head of Robinson Lane,
Nuuanu Valley, belonging to C U, Rlplry Is offered
for sa This ts one of the choicest homes In tna
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern house, almost
new. fine s able.' very large shade trees ; ro coler
plat.. In Honolulu ; ana will be sold oft. the most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on the premises,
or at room to, Progress lllock. i8,v-,mo
FOR SALE-Hae ust rece ve J a lot of new ard
lecond-hand hmlth.premlcr tjpe-wrlters, which
are for sale or lent. An unusual chance 'or se uil.fr
a rood ans-clirap machine, i Wathlnglih L'ght Co
e nnn nn House and lot, Walklkl road.
J),UVAMJU belonging toistateold Man.
son. For particulars, enqulte of Mrs. Q. Manson. ur
F. L. Waldron. ' t8s8-imo
COR SALE Phaeton, good as new. Full leather
I top. A. G. Hitchcock, 8)4 King y i8j,-tf
FOR SALE A phatton In excrllent condition, cloth
lined. Cost Sut new. I or sale clitao Inaulf
of Mrs W, C Wveion, Bingham St , or room u,
FORSALE-SMoo, A bargain, Top buggy, good
asmw bxtenslon springs. Madeto oider, In
quire of W W, Wright, Ion St i8.,m
FOR SALE Three thoroughbred English white
setter pups, Inqulr, Washington Light Co,, or
Telephone 143. 1849-im
WHITNEY & MARSH
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
' $1.25 l.SO 1.7S 2.00 2.25
according to the quality of the
mateilal selected : : : : :
FOR SALE Safe, younc. famlty carrlaee horse,
, l,uRV, "J harnet altogether or separate.
Apply H,S TownwnJ, Manna Valley 18T4MW
j COR SALE-Aty slitllon, "Willi l" bred from
I1 Fjreetm-not b Dotll, Jr A gentle drlvlnp
1 horse. Valuable tor breeding purposes as well as a
irti TojJicr. jonn umnieiuin ij, nin tu
H"OTEL TOR SA1 E, rood paying property In
heart of town long tease, cheap rent. $j,coo.
Part cash, part mortcage Inquire at this office.
COR SALE-Slxlotson Kapahuiu RoaJ, Kalnukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmet! May. Juid OuilcHrg. mBtf
Lwg ""1 SrfX lth S11S. J S 5 J. M
r- ,n oU locket Hfi inltlJl J. b K. Je ,M.
Flnier plasei turn MihU office and rece e reward.
LOST on Pjtl roaJ four certificates of McOrMe
st ck No a1ue except to owner as numbers are
known and transfers stopped. Reward on bringing
o Eakln, stockbroker. Fort At i3Mfiw
The BERETANIA STREET BRIDGE
over Nuuanu Stream will be closeJ to the
pjbllc until farther notice.
1873; Asst. Supt. Public Works.
Notice of Summer School.
A Summer Session of ihe Normal School
will open MONDAY, JULY 8th, and con
tinue sight weeks.
The coune of study has been arranged
with special reference to the requirements
of teachers and those desiring to become
such. An able corps ot Instructors, has
b:en engaged. Tuition will be free.
Tho e desiring to attend will be required
to register on or before the opening of the
school, for which purpose application may
be made to Mr. EJgar Wool, Principal of
the Honolulu Normal and Training School.
Examlratlons for Teachers' Certificates
will be hell August 29 and 30.
T. H. GIBSON,
i87fit Insp. Gen, of Schools.
In accordance wth Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI, of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges, or
those paying water rates, e hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term ending
December 31, 1901, will be due and pay
able at the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st day of July, 1901.
All such rates remaining unpaid for is
days after they ate du will be subject to
an additional ten per cent.
All privileges up n which rates remain
unpaid August 1$, tool, (30 days after
becoming delinquent;, are liable to su (pen
sion without futth'er notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the basement of Capitol
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu. June 10. ipoi. 1870 lot
Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, June 22, loot,
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have been made for the
Territory of Hawaii.
Board of Dental Eximlners:
M. E. Groumati, D. D. S.
George H. Huddy, D. D. S.
William E. Taylor, M. D,
WILLIAM H. WRIGHT,
1872 3t Treasurer, TefTlfnry of Hawa'l.
Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, June 22, 1931,
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments have been made for the
Territory of Havvjll.
Board of Medical Examlntis:
William K. Taylor, M. D.
George P. Andrew, M. O,
James T. Wayson, M. U.
WILLIAM H. WRIGHT,
1872 it Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
The Klnau, levins shortly nftemoon
today took 11 great many passengeis.
Aiuoiiii them uere niwubers of school
children soltt.5 an.iy.1'0 spend the aca
Jas. F. Morgan
. " 68 Queen Street
is- a a o n sv- a-
TWO NEW HOUSES
One house on Beretanla and Pllkol. at
SOO a month : one house on tlnai, near
Pllkol, at $80 a month, . ;
Further particulars of - 9
' eJas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE. NEWLY-BUILT ROOM
Ing house of tlilrt -two rooms, each about
10 x 12 feet. Two patent closets and
three bathrooms downstairs, and the same
number upstairs. Location near corner
Fort and Vineyard streets.
Further particulars of
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
sums. No sleep-producing agents or
Theso are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nntl Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply soli) crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will And
ua to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advant-o oxactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. 8et Teeth
Our namo nlono will ho a guarantco
that your work will ho of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,.,
Iloom 4, Elite Dulldlng. Hotel Stteet.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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