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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26.M901
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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. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt 7:30
In Harmony Hall, King street.
L. II. DEE. N. G.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO, 2, K. of P,
Meets every Wednesday evening at
7:30 o clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
II. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY. K. R. 8
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,
Meets In Masonic Templo on the te
em 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 nt their
Castle Hall, 42014 Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and
vUltlng brothers cordially Invited.
G. ERICSON, C. C.
K. ot 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 CLIEF GEAR
ALLAN B. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE Le PROORES DB
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the last Monday
ot each month In Its hall. Masonic
L. do L. WARD, W. Ms
B. B. FRIEL, Secretary.'
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
Stated meetings first Monday each
month. Special meetings, when called
(will bo noted In this space).
Members Lodge Lo Progres, Pacific
Lodge and all sojourning brethren cor
WM. H. WRIGHT. W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE. Secretary.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with fro
Bre to six lists per week, giving an a
curate record of deeds, mortgage
leases, releases, powers ot attorn
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PI
A. V. GBAR,
TiitM RnlMlnv. Hnnrl.l
F. W. Thrum,
HOOM 400. BOSTON BLOCK.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
AAiiiiii a 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
SPECIAL SALE OF
Children's Hats, Ladies' Belts
These articles will be sold at
greatly reduced prices for one
week only, and offers a golden
opportunity for those In need of
inyofthem : : : : i f
HAIRDRCSSINO AND MANICURING BY
The M. E. KILLEAN CO., Ltd.
HOTEL STREET. T
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,
HEAL. ESTATE AND
Rooms 50C and 507, Stangenwald Bldg,
TELEPHONE MAIN 70.
SOMETHING FOR OUR
Mackie's 12 Year Old
Highland Whiskey as
Supplied to Royalty
will now be sold by all first
class saloons nt $2.00 a
bottle. 'Special prices for
case lots. There is very little
of this rare quality made in
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
The Pioneer Wine
and Liquor House.
KINQ ST., NEAR BETHEL.
THIS PAPER iLS'Vdt
Iljlnjr Aeeney, 64 nl 61. Mtrchints Exf met, Sin
rrinctsco.Cftllfornli, where contrecti fa Mvcrtlslng
cio b uftdc for I
ILL .. J & CO.
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Ring up Main 136 when you want
wood or coal,
The bark Reaper sailed today for the
Sound In ballast.
Tho ship W. II. Smith sailed tor the
Sound In ballast yesterday.
Captain Sodergrcn sailed for San
Francisco In tho Sierra today.
The Noenu sails this afternoon at 4
o'clock for Hnnapcpo and Elcelc.
Tenders for feed for tho Territory
Stables Co. arc wanted. See Now To
Latest picture of Carrie Nation and
her hatchet on view at the Pantheon
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Dulletln Publish
A large furnished mom Is for rent
on Klnau street. See ad In To Let
The steamer llclenc Is londlag to
day. Sho Is on the boards to sail
Miss Alice Woods, violin Instructor
at Oahu College, left In the Sierra this
Paul Egry, the violinist, was among
the returning passengers In the Sierra
O co. A. de S. Canavarro left tor Maul
In tho last Claudlne. He will be gone
for some time.
Prof. David Starr Jordan left for
Kona yesterday to continue his fish
A large crowd of Punahou students
left for their homes In the various Isl
and steamers yesterday.
Prof. Lull, Instructor In mathematics
at tho High school, leaves for tho
Coast In the Sierra today.
Deep water captains havo got Into
tho habit of referring to tho railroad
wharf slips as "the creek."
Mrs. Abram Fernandez who for sev'
oral days has been seriously 111, Is now
on the fair wny to recovery.
Choice Claret 80 cents, Port, Madeira,
Zlnfandcl, 75 cents a gallon at IIolT
schlacgcr Co.'s, King near Uethel.
The band will give a concert In
Thomas Square this evening. An ex
cellent program has been arranged.
J. A. McClusky, teacher of the Illlo
Foreign school, Is In town on his vaca
tlon. He leaves soon for tho Coast.
Miss Louise Hasforth, professor of
French and German In Oahu College,
will leave for Hllo In the next Klnau.
Tho launch Water Witch and
schooners Blanche & Ella and Wnla
liii went on the marine railway yes
Rev. W. M. Klncald leaves for tha
Coast the 9th of July. Mr. Klncald will
go Immediately to San Jose where he
will Join his wife.
Joseph Seclcy, chief steward of the
steamer Zcalandla, Is to becomo an
Elk on Monday next If he. stands the
initiatory ordeal successfully.
Miss Tootsle Richardson ot Hllo and
Miss Minna Ahrens, daughter of the
manager ot Oahu plantation, are both
expected back In the Sonoma.
Harry and Mrs. Bernard, late of tho
Hoyt-McKce company, wcro through
ragscngers In the Sierra. Mr. Hernanl
has been playing with the Nance O'Ncll
C. S. Dcsky will give a big spread to
his Japanese laborers on Paclflc
Heights this afternoon. The event
will take place at tho top of the
Free Instruction In photography Is
ofTercd by the HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It Cameras at
25 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion as to their use.
Tho Hawaiian Realty and Maturity
Co., Ltd., has just closed Its second
month of successful work with the
books, showing 180,000 worth of Invest'
ment certificates In foice.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Calf
fornla Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Tho examination exercises of the St.
Louis College and St. Francis schools
will be held on Thursday, Juno 27th,
beginning at 9 o'clock a. m. Drawing!
nd paintings are on exhibition In the
Claude Kinney, tho late bookkeeper
of the Puna railroad arrived In town In
the last Klnau. Mr, Kinney has re
signed his position In Hllo, and Is now
looking for pastures Lew, His wlft
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free ot charge.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan will leave for tho
Coast In tho Falls of Clyde, which sails
from Hllo July 15th, Mrs. Cruzan to
gether with her youngest son and
daughter, will accompany him. Mrs.
Cruzan's health Is not very gooi), and
the change Is considered a necessity.
Progress Is a standard that no one
should fall to follow. Hoffschlaeger
Co, certainly seem to havo made this
their motto, for they are now offering
to the public a 12-year-old Scotch
Whisky, something that no one ever
thought of being able to get In Hono
Among the departures for Maul and
Hawaii ports In the W. G. Hall yester
day wcro tho following: Miss M. S.
Ross, Geo. Clark, Charles McWayno,
James F, Morgan, Jr., W. Morgan, Mrs,
J, Elllnger, Miss Violet Lima, D, Pall,
Albert Rush, Joseph Andrews and Mrs.
CI1AS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder of Hlgh-Grado
YACHTS, BOATS AND LAUNCHES!
Works, 092 King St.
P, O, Box 633, Telephone, B.ue 3121,
CLASS OF ELEVEN AT .
KameUmeta Girls School Does Solid
and Practical Work for Those
Who Follow Courses
The graduating exercises of the Ka-
mehameha school for girls were held
last night at the school hall. It was
the Fifth Commencement at this In
stitution and eleven young ladles wcro
In the class of 1901. The commence
ment program consisted ot a scries of
historical or legendary stories of Ha
waii, These were very Interesting to
the audtenco and displayed good taste
and literary skill on ttc part of the
Tho hall was prettily decorated and
at one end of It sal the eleven joting
ladles. Principal, Miss Ida M. Pope,
Silas P. Perry and Rev, G, L. Pearson
were In tho company. The graduates
were: Misses Elizabeth Dai'ls, Mallo
Sakuma, Hnwley Stone, Louisa Keka
ha, Rose Alolau, Maria Filkot, Eliza
beth Trask, Mary Yoshloka, Angellno
WohlcrB, Mllala Kinney and Elizabeth
Robinson. After the program of eleven
short and bright stories, which was
Interspersed with excellent musical
numbers, the presentation ot certifi
cates was made by Miss Ida M. Pope.
Tho class was complimented upon
the excellence ot Its work. The prin
cipals spoke of tho proficiency of the
young lady graduates In the industrial
tldo of their training. Domestic
economy, cooking, sowing and other
practical lines of work aro taught In
this Institution. The teachers on the
faculty tho past year were Miss Ida
M, Pope, principal; Miss C. B, Al
bright, Miss Lemmon, Miss McCrack
en, Miss Forsythe Miss Hitchcock,
MIbs Van Nostrand, Miss Adams, Miss
Tho commencement program was as
Motto: In All Labor There Is Profit
Hawaiian Hymn ,...E. A. P. Newcomb
Invocation Rev. G. L, Pearson
Response "Ho Aloha Ka Haku..
Tho Creation Elizabeth Davis
Hua Mallo Sakuma
Games Hawley Stone
Uml Louisa Kekaha
Pauahl I.anl Lilluokalanl
Lady Ulna Roso Alolau
Moikeha Maria I'llkol
Early Music Elizabeth Trask
Superstitions Mary Yoshloka
Aha All! Angellno Wohlcrs
Paao Miala Kinney
Pelo Elizabeth Robinson
He Inoa no Kamehameha,.01d Chant
Presentation of Certificates
Ida M. Pope
K. G. S. Call.
Hawaii Ponol Berger
Benediction Rev. S. P. Perry
ITEM OF $985 PASSED
AFTER LONG DISCUSSION
Prendergast Moves to Insert an Item
of $10,000 for Repairs to
Tho House held a long and wordy
session yesterday afternoon The chief
topic of debate was the Nahlku Sugar
Company's claim of $985 for work done
for the Government on the Naiuku
Prondergast said he was In favor of
striking out the Item, on the ground
that It i7as creating a precedent and a
loophole through which many moro
like steals might be made.
Hoogs stated that tho Government
had run out of money and had asked
the Nahlku Sugar Company tq com
plete tho work for It. depending upon
tho next Legislature for Its recom
pense. This the company had done, so
Its claim was perfectly justifiable.
Makckau said that the evidence was
too one-elded for him and wished to
hear what the Government had to say
on the 1 matter. The Nahlku Sugar
Company's petition was Investigated
nnd was found to be certified by the
i' many me .Maui report containing
the ltcmlwas adopted. The report was
Makawao. I37.30Q; Walluku, $00,250;
Lahalna; $5fl,C00; Molokal, 122,005;
Lanal, $1000. Grand total, $268,211.
Lahalnaluna (added), $45,000,
The House then went Into a Com
mittee of tho Whole, and tho bill was
Prcrndercast moved to Insert tin
Item of $10,000 for the repairs of tho
Royal Mnusoleuro. fho Item carried.
The committee then reported to tho
Houso, and the bill was passed on sec
The House adjourned at 4:30 o'clock.
Palo Alio, California
A preparatory school of the highest
grade for boys. Its students enter
Leland Stanford mid Hastern uni
versities without examination. Lajs
a most thorough foundation for suc
cessful study, including physical
preparation. Football, baseball and
tennis the year around. Only manly
hoys with highest recommendations
taken.! Charges reasonable.
WRITK KOB fROMTCTltTO
FRANK ORAMER, A.M., Principal
;; Lead All' Others
Washington Mercantile Co.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Waikiki and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Best Terms
uooa tstuimag lois 10 g
Nunani Vallev M
near the Brickyard,
ot varied sizes. : : : :
$225 UP ,
on easy installments.
TO LOAN $10,068
on number 1 Heal Es
J. H. SCIINACK.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the Hair from
It is also an Elegant
Hollister Drug Co.
Bind Your Own Photos.
Fdi- hse who wish to bind
their own photos. KING BROS
3 re nreoared 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 cround at an
elevation of from 200 to 5co feet, affording
anwpassed 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,
t; GwSrGbmii -
h flood FnferfaiiimMtfz-
r or Tnirixv
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
H. HACKFELD.& CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
The Gunn Sectional
The Coyne Furniture Co., "d. I
P. O. BOX 631. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 971 I
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 healtn ever invented.
Every Store, Office, Hotel, Restaurant and Home should have one without delay
SOLE AOENT8 v
A. R. HANCOCK & Co.
3IS FORT ST.
Painting, Blaoksmitbing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Bnggies and HaokB Manufactured.
IlKH-OI-. A.SS . 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.
TEL. NO.-MAIN 54. P. O. BOX 895.
Contractors and Builders.
FSOvCO General Business Agency
Concrete and Excavating
of all kinds, t t t t t I
Office Room foi Stangenwald Block. T. HAYASHI, MANAGER.
P, O. BOI )J.
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmI.ii la FlM Slllu tod Gun Lln.ni. Chln.M and J.pio.M Good, of All Kind,,
-.!. Nou.nu iu.it.
Water will be supplied at the rate of
t 5 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 do days, we will make
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of bullJIn material over our
& CO., Progress
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Famous Gunn Desks I
Mfg Company, Ltd.
Wagons and Tracks.
Low Prices, Good Terms.
Prices pf lots ranee from J400 to $759
each, according to size and location. One
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance In
Installments at terms to suit purchasers.
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. We
can recommend this property as being
especially desirable and attractive to per
sons seeking a choice location for a home
at a moderate cost.
Block, Rort Street..
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