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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1501.
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
aw MAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
l New Fire-vork, FUi, Shields,
Sgj PcMtonlnK, - Decoration - Buntln,
jg- TorpudouH, Lanterns, Etc., Etc,
tZ w liicli will be so!d at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
fc from Sio.cx) to $25.00 at the : :
fc BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
g- p. 0. Box 535- S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE World's Entertainers
An organization composed of the Leading Features and
Highest Salaried Artists known to the Vaudeville World,
PARIS, LONDON, BERLIN AND NEW YORK
all contributing. This Great Company en-route to
Australia, will give a series of Entertainments at the
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE beginning - - -
JULY 9th, 'Ol
THURSDAY EVENING. JULY nth; SATURDAY
EVENING, JULY 13th Other Performances may be
announced later. Di tinct Changes In the Programme.
The Greatest Character Impersonator of Modern Times, In his Artistic Creation.
"Great Men, Past and Present," of whom the London Post said "The Strongest and
most Varied Performance ever seen In London," Clement Scott In London Oailv Tele
graph, wrote "Legitimate Amusement tinged with Thought and Intellectuality."
KELLY & ASHBY,
ASSISTED BY MISS ROBERTS In their Thlrllllngly Sensational Acro
Satlc Comedy and Eccentric Pantomimic Specialty, the reigning Feature of
Music Halls In London, Paris. Uerllnnnd New York, absolutely without Eq
ual, an net Entirely Unique and Novel.
Refined Versatllo Comedian and Grotesque Dancer Catchcy Songs,
Sparkling nnd Unique Music. Clement Scott In Ixmdon Dally Telegraph
said: "Arthur Nclstone has Drains as well as Activity, having tho True
Comic Force and Invention to boot, ho was the distinct success of the
AND HER LOUISIANA PICKANINNIES America's Foremost Singing
Comedienne whose Marvelous Rendition of Character Songs has won her tho
Homuge of countless thousands, will be assisted by her Pickaninnies, pre
sent a most Amusing Southern Sketch.
CHARLES R. SWEET,
Tho Quaint, Funny Monologlst nnd Musical Comedian, Unequalled In the
Mimic world. Tho very essence of all that Is humorous and entertaining In
tho way of telling stories and rendering Eccentric Music.
THE MAHR SISTERS
The Idols of New York amusemen t lovers, Favorite and Famous Danc
ing Comediennes presenting a Tcrpsl chorean Specialty replete with alluring
beauty and entrancing effects.
MR. AND MRS. TOBIN,
Instrumentalists par excellence Unquestionably the Greatest of all
Musical Artistes, In a Repertoire of New and Catchy Melodies, introducing
many different Musical Instruments.
The Gifted Lyric Artiste, presenting tho Very Newest American Fad,
Pictured Melody-Illustrated Songs. A most delightful and Interesting Musi
The Monarch of Coins, In all the World his Equal is not to be found.
That the Ililnun Hand could be trained to such a degree of dexterity Is a
matter of great wonder.
The Electrical Wizard, Thorn -s Edison's Newest and most Improved Machine for
Projsctlng iViovliig Pictures, presenting a series of Interesting Scenes arid some Amus
.. MLLE. ASTRATETA,
The Attractive and Graceful Parlslenne, renowned for Brilliant Achievements In
Electrical effects as applied to Fire Dances and llluslonary Lights.
Remember The World's Entertainers at the Hawaiian
Opera House, Opening Tuesday Night, July 9th, 1901
Absolutely the Greatest Aggregation of Vaudeville Stars evel
Assembled In one Performance.
PUICES-Orchestra and Dress Circle, $1,00; Family Circle
78c : Gallerv. SOc. SEATS RESERVED IN ADVANCE
AT WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
HENRY LED and JAMES G. RIAL, Proprietors.
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 : : : : :
Weather Bureau, Puliation, July C.
Temperature Morning minimum,
(8; Midday maximum, 84.
Barometer at 9 n. m. 30.02, Rising.
Dew Point GSF.
Humidity at 9 a. r.i. 68 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgn.il Station, Jul;
6. Wenther fair; wind light 3W.
Koolau mountains cloudy, Indicate
Friday, July 5.
C It ASS Mlowera, Hemming, from
Saturday, July 6.
Am schr Aloha, Frye, 14 days from San
A H S S Hawaiian, Banfield, 8 days
from San Fnr.elsco.
P M S S China, Seabury, 7 days from
PMSS Colon, Mscklnnon, tl days
irom rort 1.0s Angeles
Friday. July ..
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Eleele.
Br sp Hlllston, Richards, for the Sound.
From Victoria, per CASS Mlowera
July 5 Misses Harrison J, Boswelh
Seyde, BenJeslan, Mesdames Greenston,
Young, Harrison, Gough. noddanc,
Whitney, Seyde, Von Ham, Mrsses
Young. Harrison, 2 Freeland, Dr Whitney,
Shaw, Moore. Whitney, Mallet, Bell,
Thojston, Ku Keand Master Harlson,
From San Francisco, per P At S S Chi
na, July 0 A F Afong, Miss At Arms. W
B Allen anJ wife, W N Alull, A M Ather
ton, J O Ashbv, wife and child, Mls L
L Uurdlck. Chas Ilelllna, Dr J Sett
Byrne, M Byers, Airs C Cnrrwa, A Ciro. 1
r F Daldson, B F Ullllnghim, E S
Uovle, Miss M Dillingham, F W Grim-
wooJ, Ed Gray, Mls F Gwyne, F F
lledeman, H L Herbert, J C He Jeman
Mrs J H Kennedy and son, W L Kave, J
W Keen. A Ktllv. Henrv 1 te and wife.
G l.ehner, Mrs C C Morse, H R M.-icfat-
lane. J JW Matoon and s Iff, Mis It b
Abcfarlane, Miss M McCandles J A
Mathewman ami wife, Miss C Miller, J
Vuikey, Miss A M.ihr, A Nclstone, Miss
F Wahr, Opt W C W Kenny and u He,
M P Robinson. Miss R Richardson, A Rais,
wife and 2 children E A Mott-Smlth, Mrs
A C Steele, Miss E Sturgeon, C R Sweet
and wife, C Sullivan and wife, Allan
Shaw, F Tobln ana wife, F B Vrooman,
F Vasche. Mrs M Wodehouv. Miss G
Vache, H Waterhbuse and wile, Mrs A B
New York, June 29. The weather
bureau thermometer registered eighty
degrees ut 9 o'clock this morning. The
Jiercvntage of humidity at the tame
time was 5S. At tho same time yester
day the temperatuie was eighty degrees
and humidity 02 per cent. The olll-
clal register at 10 o clock was SI de
grees with the humidity fix On tho
street at tho same time the tempera
ture was 84.
Boston, Juno 29.- No break In the
hot wave came today. At 10 a, in. tliw
thermometer stood at SO.
Buffalo, Juno 29. Tho thermometer
nt the bureau at 10 o'clock this morn
ing registered 78 degrees witli a 22
mile, an hour breeze blowing directly
from the lake.
St. Louis, Juno 29. The Intense heat
of the past week continues with no In
dication of breaking. The mercury at
10 o'clock registered 91 degrees and
Washington, Juno 23. Washington
was Hwcltcrlng at 10 o'clock this
morning with a temperature of 87
down town and the mercury rapidly
ascending. This was nn advance from
84 within an hour.
St. Puul, Juno 29. Yesterday after
noon's storm seems to have broken the
hot weather effectually nnd dear, com
fortable weather prevails in this sec
tion today. The mercury dropped to
C7 degrees and Is still low today.
HAY'S SON KILLED
New Hnven, Conn... Juno 23. Add
bcrt S. Hay, former Consul of the Unit
ed States at Pretoria, South Africa,
And eldest son of Secretary of Htato
John Hay, fell from a window In the
third fctory ot the New ll.nen House
In this city shortly before. 2:30 o'clock
this morning, and was Instantly killed.
The dead man was a graduato of
Yale of the class of 1898, and his death
occurred on the eve of the university
commencement, which brought him
here yesterday, nnd In which, by virtue
of his claBs olllcc, the young man
would have been one of the leaders.
The full details of the terrible acci
dent will never bo known. Mr. Hay
had rooms at the New Haven House
for commencement week. It Is gener
ally supposed, however, that after go
ing to his room ho went to the window
for air, and, sitting on tho sill, ho
dozed off, and, overbalancing fell to
tho pavcrrient below, a fall ot fully
sixty feet. Tho fall resulted In In
stant death, nnd I Ithlii fifteen minutes
tho body had been Identified as that of
young Hay. The Coroner pronounced
it a case ot accidental death.,
The R. . S. Mloweta, j,4. tons,
Frank A. Hemming comnundrr arrived
from Br.tlsh Columbia at io:jo p.m. on
the 5th Inst. Left Vancouver at 2:)) p.
m. on the 28th Inst., and Victoria at 1 1 p.
m. same day Cleared the Straits of Juan
deFucaat 3:35 a. m. on the 29th, expe
rienced moderate winds and tea and fine
weather. Passed the R. M. S. Aonngl
bound N. E. at 0:30 a. m. on the sth Inst,
and arrive as above.
Late Sugar Report-
New York, Juno 29, Sugar
Raw, steady; fair refining, 3 9-lCc; cen
trifugal, 96 test, 4 9-32c; molasses su
gar, 3 S-lCc. Refined, steady; crushed,
C.OOc; powdered, S.GOc; granulated.
Mrs. W. L. Eaton
WILTON LODGE. KISO STRUT
(FOUMIRIY THO UAQLi)
0Y6TCR AND CHOP UOU'IK.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
BILLY lUNOGkEN, Proprietor,
HOTEL STREET, near Nuutnti. ncit door to ftiiy
Ryan't "Encor" iKtU-im
f1m- !' " I'"'' column trill lit iiiterleil
ill IS milt (I Hue one iiirerlimi ; JS
crult tico interliunt; Si) cent one ueek; 40
teniitHo uretf, ami Ol cenli one ion(V.
Thin it the flitnjift mherlitingetetvjj'ered
Ihf i-tvplf of Honolulu.
NOTICE I hae remote my business office to us
Kaaliumantj slrrvt where! will te r-leiteJ to see
my filenJi ani patrons. A R. U nit. Collector anJ
Uuslntss Agent. , 879.lt
AM. MOOKC. Stetwcrartw nJ Tvrewtltlni
i'itlci'e.1. koom it, Camrrtll Ilk. Tel. Alain ill
OTICE The croundft ot the AtexanJtr Young
I, ..II ,Ib . ...I ..... a . ... k I.bau Mm
iiuiiJinE, ana .lie pnvai rrr, 11. rv Kn'i.n
tllshup street, are clos J to th ruMIc until further
lotlcr isiGMlif WM. AU.TCII,
iStg-jmo Sort A'exanJer Young Bl 1.
AIXSMEN EARN J110 A MONTH selling
otr ren carton corlng t-ooka an4 other office
1 trfbltlei bv aamolt. easy tillers t pool t roh's !
1 usei by all merchants t fine sUe lines L. A. t-LY
rl'es "can make ij a eek " W. C. lAHhY
"elf art J f .1 In ore-hall Ja W. J. AUSTIN. lis
I In ij hours.'' II. E PAYNE'S first trJeroas lor
fjs worth. IncluJIng 16 copvlng bonks. Catalogue
1 Iree. MODEL M!-c. CO.. DIPT. 31. South UrnJ.
. Inl ilcB-imo
I DAHISIAN DKESSMAKEK-Mme I'. Lambert,
r late Irom Doucct. Paris, has optneJ her dress
msklng parlors I lrslclsss fining ana latest designs.
.4 Nuuanu Ave . aboe Vineyard i8'imo
.lOTICE TO IIIJILDEKS-Trie Union bapress Co.
" has WHITE SAND FOR SALE mill
OY WANTED at C II. Broon'i Plumbing -.bo-
snop on mng street tsgo'ti
lf ANTED Immediately, by rella'lt party,
" good driving horse lor month or two. In et
change tor It's keep Address 'good care" Bulletin
(WANTED To StiL Jeweipy and Watches
,v In the latest styles. Vatches repaired by a
Itweler ol years eaperlence, O. DIETZ, Fori SI ,
near Hotel. 1808-tt
WANTED -Honk-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
snlesmen and all classes ol help Don't wait
until ysu see the add in the paper, but call today at
Select Employment Bureau corner ot Alakea and
WANTED Lai Its and erntlerrtn to IntroJuce tht
'hoit-Hr witcr on caith Dr, Whltt't Electric
00171.?, fatcntt.1 1849. Agent are cclnlntr 111006,
Cures all forms of scalp alHents, heaJitrwi, etc
yet costs tht same as an J limy eamb. SenJ wc in
tamps for sample D. N Rose, G n, Mer Deca
tur, III. iS.Q-im
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
t- thorouelily familiar with high speei rnclnes,
ieslres position. (Ball engines esrecUUy) Eprmrer,
tiutletln Office Ts 8tf
TO LET Two Iront rooms No. q Garden Lane.
FOR RENT A comfortably lurnlshed mosiiullo
proot mora, with or wlttnut board, in private
lamlly Address A.H.C.. Bulletin Office. 1880-tl
A COTrACE TO LET- tht rooms Just oil Walkl-
kl Road. Immediate possession Rentlijoo
a month, Apply Tramway Office, Punahou.
TO LCT-The Vlda Villa Is now under the manage
ment ol Airs D S Keld. Nicely lurnlshed rooms;
table board can b had on application iSto-iho.
FOR RENT Large lurnlshed room lor rent with
all conveniences. Klnau Si , mauka side, second
house Irom Pllkoi, or P O. Box Hoi, SS-w
TO LET Seven rooms cottage on Klnau street
jh en per montn Apply at bj Kukul at. ,to-sw
v hH. f.,.yj .tnaci nvriiut, i-un.uuu, new
I House t rooms, s bedrooms, porcellan bath,
pantry, etc. Address W. B. this Office. i6;j-ll
v-n I ct ... urn . . . U
CURNISHED ROOVt DURING SUMMER lor one
or two ladles, suitable for teacbers atteniln-
summer school. Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." this office. iSsj-tl
IK you have a house lor rent, or want in rent a
house, call on A. R, IIINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main its. sSa--tf
OrflCES TOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
alt Co , Ltd. i86i-tmos
OFFICES FOR RENT-Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster's
offices. In Progress II o k, will be lor rent after June
10 The rooms will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. l esky, Progress Block. sSsa-tf
COR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
mi'iuvciiivm. ,wu ininuie. w.ik irom tram
way. Inqulr. at lh. Mint oe Favorite Saloon .8o tl
TO LET Comlorlablecottaecs on the premises ol
the Sanltaiy Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain a rooms,
kitchen and rath room. No extra charge lor hot and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Llehtfool manager. o8-ll
FOR SALE Coiner grocery store, established lor
over two yesrs, has large and good patronage.
Tor lurther particulars apply by mall, llito, p.o b. to
OOC OO House nl lor, Walklkl roai,
bclontrlnor to .-Ia(- nl CI Man.
on. For particulars, enquire ut Mrs. O, MansonT cr
F. L. Watiron. t8s8-imo
PR SALE -Furniture of 8 rooms house for sale
with rlvieJf.e of renting: the same rent Sjioo
returns $40,00 centrally I oca 4. AtUren to this
office. , ,8?itf
FOR SALE Six lots on K.pahu'u RoaJ, Kaimukl
Tract, chr'ap, on the Install men t plan. Apply
Emmett May, Juid Building. i8t-tf
FOR SALE My staMlon, "Willie K." brrJ from
To eet-me-not by Howell, Jr. A Gentle driving
horse. Valuable for breeding purpose as well as a
free roai iter, John Emoneluth. Tel, .Main an.
HOTEL FOR SAI E, good paying property In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent, $s,too.
pjrt cash, part mortgage Inquire at this ort.ee.
FOR SALE Have ust received a lot of newer J
secondhand SinlthPremlcripewrltfrs, which
aie for sale or rent. An unusual chan.e 'or se urine
a goodani cheap machine. Washington L ght Co.
FURNITURE of three rooms, new Parlor, two bej
rooms anJ dining room , also new drop awnings
to fittven sections of lanal, HOUSE TO went. To
gether or seperate, R. W, Atkinson Room 8, Mer
chant and Alakea.
COR SALE- At very low prices. In Hilo 'own One
r lot at Riverside Park, commanding the best view
of Ocean and Mountain. Six lots, all fronting the
street, one cottage occupying middle let a"d well
furnlshid. Fur particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln,
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.25 l.SO UTS 2.00 2.2S
according to the quality of the
material selected : : : : :
AN ESTADLISHCD PAYINO BUSINESS with
opportunity ol Increase. Musi be sold on account
ol party leasing town. One momh's services given
into II purchased before July ,, ,ooi. ArplytoF.
J. Kussell, Aturney, Magoon Uulldlngi
COR SALE-A phaeton In excellent corrlltlon. cloth
iu d '"'?' "w.hor sale cheap. Inquire
14 . . b. . ' "". uingnam at., or room 8,
OST A Knch ol lue sevs tied with plaid ribbon
- Flnd.r lease return saire to this oftice. iSSo-tw
I OST-A cana with gold handle, e-graved "To my
- Teacher, b.A D. " Return to Prol, F, A Dalla
sens. Oahu College. Reward. tsSo'tw
Christian Church Services.
Rev. A. B. Cory, pastor of the Chris
tlan church at the corner of Alakea
and King streets, lias adopted nn Inno
vation for his Sunday evening services.
Instead of two hours these meetings
will bo only one hour In length. Fol
lowing Is the program for the comlug
Tho Young People's meeting, 7:1.'
7M3 p. m. July 7. subject: "Weak
nesses and Strength," leader, Mrs. Az
bill; July 14, subject: "Peter, the Dis
ciple and the Teacher," leader, C. O.
Owen; July 21. subject: "Tho Con
scicntloua Persecutor," leader, John A.
Templcton; July 28, subject: "Soldiers
of Christ," leader Miss L. E. Perkins;
Ang'ust 4, subject: "Christ For the
Young," leader. Miss Arnold; August
11, subject. "The World l'or Christ,"
leader, Mr. Hottel.
The following sermons on special
subjects will be preached by tho pas
tor, Abram E. Cory: July 7, "Peter
Tho Man;" July 11. "Peter His Re
ligion;" July 21. "Paul The Man;"
July 2S, "Paul His Itellglon;" Au
gust 4, "John-The Man;" August 11,
"John Ills Itellglon."
If you cannot come for the entire
service, come at 7:43 p. in. and hear
'Tho next Arctic expedition." re
marked Mrs. Westpark, "will have an
original feature connected with It."
'And what U that?' asked her hus
band. "The relief shin will co alone with
"Huh! That won't be much advan
tage. The relief ship ought to go on
ahead and be there when the expedi
tion arrives Washington Star.
Administrators' Notice of Sale.
Tho umleratanpil M A. rinnanlm.
Administrator of te Estate of A. C.
j-esiano, ucccaseu, by virtue or an
order given and made by the Honor
able A, S. Humphreys, First Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, granting leave
to sell Heal Kstate, hereby gives no
tice that he will expose for sale at
Pllllllp Allptlnn nt Ihn nnlnamom tt
James V, Morgan, No. 03 Queen Street,
riunoiuiu, isiana or. uami, Territory or
Hawaii, on the L'ttli day of July, A. D.
1901. nt 12 rt'rlnnlf imnn nil thnt nlnpA
or narcel of lnml In Honolulu afore
said, popularly described as:
mm certain ioi or parcel or land
bounded mauka by home of John
Ouderkirk, Wallilkl by property of W.
II. Hoogs, makal, by Enos Lane and
Ewa by Maklkl Street, lying opposite
to property of W. Lishman and U.
Llnhman, ond particularly described as
That certain piece of land at Ma
klkl, Kona, Oahu, helng a part of that
land described In II. P. No. COSi con
veyed to Manocl Enos from Walter II.
Seal by deed dated 27th of June, 1881,
nnd recorded In I.lber 71 on pages 09
end CO, tho same being 120 feet deep
and bounded mauka by Manuel Enos'
homestead lot and makai by Enos"
Said Salo being subject to the con
firmation of the Court.
Upset price I'lye Thousand ($3,000)
Dollars. . , n
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed nt the expense of tho purchaser.
For further information apply to the
Untlcrslrmeil nilmlnlftlYntni n, nt nn
o said James F. .Morgan.
Udicu at Honolulu, July 5th, 1901,
M. A. OONSALVES,
Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
The adjourned annual mtetlne of the
shareholders In HENRY MAY & CO , LTD.,
will be held at the offices of C. Brewer &
Co., Ltd., on Saturday, July ijth, looi,
at ll o'clock a. m.
FflANK B. AUERBACH,
WHITNEY & MARSH
Jas. F. Morgan
-6S Queen Street
By order of Mr. V. Wolters I offer
for sale the following valuable nron.
1 That lot on tho corner of Green
and Kaplolanl streets, size 100x100 feet.
The place Is well laid cut in palm and
2 That lot on Green streot, near the
corner of Kaplolanl, slzo 93x145 feet,
together with n house of six rooms,
nnd a stable with servants' quarters.
ine garden is well laid out with
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM-
Inc house of thlrtvtwo rooms, each about
10 x is feet. Two patent closets and
three bathrooms downstairs, and the same
number upstairs. Location ntar comer
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 late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and wurrantcd for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by OIIADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you in advance exactly whdt
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crowns 65 OO
Gold Filllngii 6I.OO
Silver rilllnfiH GOe
' NO PLATE
Dr . Kl
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will he of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Ellto Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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