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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T. FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1901.
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E. O. HALL. & SOIN,
KING AND FORT STREET
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd.
' Fl K MAIN.
.rti KINO ST.
WhenYon Waqf; & Fig
RINO UP THE. .
C - X. - U - B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 518 FOIIT STREET.
Btahle 'Phone, 477
'Hack Stand 'Phones, S19 and 7j
O. H RF.LT.TVA
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets nil Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, nnd we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. Wblte ind Black Sand For Stir,
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street, Tel. SG.
f . L1RSBH, MTr.
FOR BALLAST I!
(White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
SORAL AID SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R. HITCHCOCK
Queen St., Opposite Union Feed Co.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention glve.n to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
San Franelaeo, Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
nil parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
QFFICF. 10 West Kino street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKE I
REAL ESTATE AtJD
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. OAMPBKLL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Offlco Queen Street, Opposite Union
PRE8H LOADED SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVE SEASON, JULY let.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
William Chauncy Wilder, who wai
Stricken with apoplexy a few days ago.
expired Inst evening at S o'clock, at hit
home. All of the children were Drea
mt except Gardner K., the eldest son
who was nt Hllo on business. The
deceased leaves a. wife and four rhll
ilrcn. The funeral will be held this, after
noon at 3 o'clock, from the lcsldence
on Pensacola street. The services will
be conducted by Rev. a. L. Pearson,
pastor of the flrtt M. E. church.
Burial will take place In the Nuuanu
The deceased was born In Upper
Canada In 1S35. In 1844, lie mm oil to
Chatauqua county, New York and In
1.SC0 tried his luck In the California
gold fields. Returning to New York,
he enlisted among the first, In the
Union army. He came n captain and
participated In seeral battles under
the command of Sherman. On account
ot HI health, he left the army In 18C3.
In 1SC9 he came to Honolulu and
with his late brother, S. O. Wilder,
worked on the Kualoa plantation. Af
ter two years, he ngaln returned to
New York but came back to Hono
lulu In 1S73 bringing hi wife and chil
dren. He again engaged in business
with his brother, and in late years was
president of the Wilder Steamship Co.,
and of the Kabulul Railroad Co. Ho
was conceded to be one of the ablest
business men In the city.
In the politics of the period Mr. Wil
der was a believer In annexation. Af
ter the abolition of the monarchy, bo
was a member ot the Advisory Coun
cil. He was a member of the Consti
tutional Convention nnd became the
first president of tho Serate.
W. C. Wilder was married in 1881
to Miss Eliza Scott, who survives him.
The four sons are: Gardner K. Wil
der, Charles T. Wilder, W. C Wilder,
Jr. and Harry Wilder.
Loose Horses Annoy
The lesldents of I'autin arc losing n
whole lot of sleep on account-of tho
numerous horses that are permitted to
run at large In that district day and
night. These browsing peltera belong
to Impecunious Chinese and to Tom,
Dick and Harry.
Theso oqulnes do not confine their
depredations to the rank growth of
Hllo grass that lines the curbs of this
attractive suburb, but perslslt in mak'
ing the night hideous. They break
down garden fences and trample flower
beds, eat lettuce by the square yard and
paw out the radishes. They rub their
noses on the window panes and disturb
the rest of peaceful Pawallans. They
keep the neighborhood in a turmoil of
unhapplness und the object of this Item
la to reflect the sentiment ot the good
people of the district In the belief that
tho stock law should be enforced by
the police In that locality as strictly
as It Is before the gates of the capltol.
A dozen loose horses Is more than they
can stand, therefore complaints will
be filed with the High Sheriff.
Miss Gassman Loses
'Miss Gassman, one of the bright
btars of the entertaining company now
appearing at tho Ooera House settled
a much vexed question yesterday af
ternoon. She was driving on the wal
klkl road. She lost her lap robe. An
obliging gentleman saw It fall and
picking It up, rnn after the fleeting car
riage until he restored the fabric to Its
Imagine his surprise and pleasure
when the charming occupant of tho
hack leaned out and taking the dust
rag said, "I am 'Miss Gassman of tho
World's Entertainers." The abashed
youth stammered his appreciation bt
tho honor, etc., etc., but spoiled the
whole epUodo by saying, "Why I
thought 'Miss Gassman was a coon."
It is Miss Gassman who sings the
inimitable ragtime contraptions and
does the coon songs with the vigor of
an athlete at a Henley rowing match.
So Many ePonle aro Exnosed to rain.
cold and storms, that It is necessary
mat tney siiould have somethlnR to
counteract the effects. A mixture ot a
tcaspoonful of PAIN-KILLER In water
sweetened, will stimulate the system
and ward off any possibility of cold. It
nas Been used ror sixty years all over
the world, and millions testify to Its
sterling worth. There Is but one Pain
Killer, Perry DaIs Price 25c. and EOc.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
I eS e.oo
t 11 .!
J.ia S ,8
Last Quarter of the moon on tho 8th
at 4: CO a. m.
Weather Bureau, I'mahoti, July 12.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer nt 9 n. m. ?0.02. falling.
Dew Point CfiF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. f5 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
12. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Friday. Julv 12.
OSS Sierra, Houdlette, ttom San Fran
Stmr Mauna Lo.i, Slmerson, from Kona
Thursday, July 11.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
MmrHeiene.iNlcnoisen.ior Hawaii pons.
Stmr James Makre. Tullett. for Kapaa.
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz. for Kauai ports.
Am shin Gov Roble. llarrincton. for
the Sound In billast.
r-riday, July 12.
Itl bk Pjsquale Larou, Larou for San
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, 'July 11
Harry Afmltaee. J M Lewis, F M
Hatch. A Van Valkenberg, Kiac Dilling
ham, Geo H Robertson, A J Campbell, J
H Fisher. W Gray, A Buckholtz, W
Holt, Mr Howell. Mr O ShauRhnessy, H
A Rogers, A B W Todd, Miss G Kooke,
Dr Williamson, R W Shlncle, C J Falk.
W M Craham, Albert Waterhouse, L M
Vettlesen, Mr Kimball, G C Potter, H F
Hayselden, Mr Becker. Mr Buck, H A
Jaeger, Miss H Kopke, Misses Aals is) and
Robert Beverly KldJ.
Fiom Kona poits, per stmr Mauna Loa,
July 12 Miss L AMenecke, A Wle.l, Ah
Hu 'E, Ah Chong. G Akerly, P Girett,
Dr Kowatt, Mrs F S Leslie and 2 children,
G K Wilder and wife. F H Reed. M
Campbell, L Mora, C W Baldwin,
Miss M Morrison, O Sande, c A Carlson.
J waller, H A IsenCtrg, J A McUandless,
Bishop Willis, CBOIsen, Jliowerand
86 on deck.
From Sin Franclsc, per O S S Sierra,
July t2-Mrs W G Irwin. Miss E Wil
liams, R A McKeaguf, J WSprlngston,
wife and 2 children, H Gordon Spencer, A
B Walson. H Shakt. F C Kvans. R V
Smith, Karl Lsmbert, Mrs Iverj, JG
Wolley and wife, Dr E O Cochrane, Mr.
M Grother. F Long, A L Black. Mrs
Haskell and child. O J Fetter, wife and
child, Fran J Lang, E Felter, C Williams,
A scon, miss J 1 macintyre, Mrs H H
Lcnnell. W J Egloff, A E Schafireld, Jno
Cunningham, L Gllbertson, J W Earle, R
vers, -api rsmiin, miss k acrtube. M
G Egloff, W G Baugh. ECMedare.Chas
Burkes, j N M Dear, Miss R Tom.
The steamer Mariposa Is expected here
on Monday from the Colonics. She left
Sydney two days ahead of time.
The big American ship Governor Roble
sailed for the Sound late yesterday after
noon. Captain Harrlncton.hercommai.d-
er, Is an old timer here, hiving been a
resiaeni 01 nonoiuiu in tne early eighties
For manv years he was In the Island
steamers and there he drove a luck.
The schooner Concord returned from sea
yesterday She started for Paaullo on
Wtdneday with a big cargo in Jeclt and
very little below hatchet. Getting out
Into the roueh weather Cint.iln M.in.i
concluded that rathtr than turn turtle he
would turn back. The vessel will be
trimmed and start out again.
WIN lill SHIPS
IN THE m
Tacoma, Wash., July 3. It Is dell'
nltely announced tonight by interests
closely connected with tho Northern
Pacific Railway that J. P. Morgan &
Co. have purchased of Qeorgo B. Dod-
well. Frederick Dodwell and Hugh C,
Wallace the Northern Pacific Steam
ship Company and Washington and
Alaska Steamship Company.
Tho former company owns and oper
ates the steamships Tacoma, Olympla
Victoria, Queen Adelitdc, Rraemnr
nnd Glenoglo between Tacoma nnd Yo.
kohama. Shanghai and Hongkong. It
also controls tbo business ot tho Glen
line, numbering eleven big freight
steamers, which ply brtwocn Tacomn
and London by way of tho Suez canal.
Tho Washington and Alaska Steam
ship Company operate the steamships
Victorian, City of So rale, Ruth and
Charles Nelson betwesn Tacoma and
ports of Southeastern Alaska.
Newport, R. I., July 1. Tho Constl
tutlon was defeated today by tho Co
lumbla today by the Bmall margin ol
IS seconds In tho flrnt real race In
which the new Herrcthoff yacht hai
participated. Although tho contest
from start to finish wis closo and at
times exciting, In tho opinion of 0
majority ot yachtsmen in Newport to
night the Constitution lost through
misfortune. While tho boats wero on
the second long reach to windward tho
clew of the Jib ot the new boat Vas
carried away and for some ten minutes
she was without the use of her sail.
This accident set the Constitution back
practically a mile, but In spun ot It she
was ablo to get within two minutes of
the Columbia at tho turn, nnd cut this
Iwul down mora than half an tho run
It you want any of the exquisite col
or work or those pretty tnpa albums
that are now offered by tho HONOLU
LU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., you bad best
et In your order early as tho supply
does not nearly equal tho demand.
Monday .. ..
fltf- Atlt. in I nil column uill lit inurttil
"" nt IS emit a lint one Inrtrlion ; SS
ctnlt tiro iiiititiunt; 30 ctnt one week; JO
eenltUru ueelt, and GO cenlt one month.
Thit it the chenefl nditrthingeter offered
the people of Honolulu,
NOTICE I tiae rrmoeJ my bualnf at offica to its
Kaahumanu ttreet whtra I lil tt r-ltaaej to ft
my frknJt anJ palrons. A R. U nil. Collector arJ
Uusinrta Agfnt. 1870-11
AM. MOORE. Sirnnsrar-nv anJ Tyriltm
aolkl'aJ. Room i.Camptctl Ulk.Ttf. Main ill
OTIC E The erounJ of the AlcxinJ'r Young
1 Iitiltiinr. and the private i fret to bt known ai
Button street, are clot4 tn the public until further
PutkV, (SKJNtl) WM. MCTi H,
igif-imo Surt. Axind?r Young Hi ,
vlOTICE TO BUILDERS Tie Union biprm Co.
11 naa wmiil &a?uj mjk ;ai r
11 ANTED Fnergetlc workers to JUtrlbuie aivrr
vv tli'np, luch a circulars, amitei ot cierchan
dine, etc., for American manufactures. I eminent
occupation; cooJ Pv, Wn'e for particulars f
MT .lik Ci K..u V...L, It C A
w " aniiwiii a-sw 1 virv, u, b. o.
fX83 At Ji.IV laT.tS to !.. m. Autr . V
, T ,.,--,,.. -...,..
ADFSIRABIE PARTY with fiecooc cash wishes
to turclae houwanJ lotclise to town Bal
ance pa able on easy terms Apjly, H.J., P O.
UQX AJS. . , I88C-II
tlf ANTED-Young ladr clerk, for a few weeks.
' Experience unnecessary address. In own hand
writing, stating salary deslreJ. Sec. l O. Hix 680
C Ity . i8lt
UANTCD-A bright capable driver, for a btead
waeim. one wlthejirerlence preferred andean
come well recommended. New England Bakery,
uANTED To Sell Jewflrv and Watches
'V In the latest styles. Watches repaired by a
uweler of i veara exeerlenfe. Q. DIETZ. l-ort St..
near Hotel. itfet-tf
WANTED -nonk-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
salesmen and all classes of help. Don't wait
jntll ysu see the add In the paper, rut call today at
Select Emrloiment Bureau corner of Alakea and
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" seller on eaith. Dr. White's Electric
Comb, ratcnted iM Agents are cclnlng mone.
v.ures ru lorms 01 scaip an rents, neaaacnet, etc
yet costs the sami as an mdlniry ciml. Send wc In
tampif&i ssicple D. N Rose, Un. Mgr.. Deca
tur, 111. tito-jro
ROOM AND UOAKD.
WANTED A man and wife to bord Inprhate
houe or to take charge if house for three months
nJ board owner House on Heretanla street I O
linx hit . 1684-.lt
COR RLNT and furniture for Sale New modern
iiuuk, ivtuiiKiT iwiuiinrv, via iTJiiruuia. l'ui
e'ectrlc lights, coolest and mi st des raMe location In
Utcty. TtTjUnalllo street 1888 iw
TO LET Three newly furnished rooms, moqult
proof and cool. Macklock Ave , between Pilkol
ani Keeaumoku. i8a7tf
TO LET A nicety furnished cottage of three rooms
and bath, suitable for gentleman, 560 Beretanla
St.. town lde of Thomas Square. iI3tiw
FR RENT Furnished room In private house on
King St. tat line, near first-class boarding
house J. W. BULLETIN. iBsvtf
TO LET SU room cottage, next to Mormwn
church, porcellan bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
$M 00. Apply to A O. Cunha, i886tmo
TO LET A nice large front room.
pOR RENT Store ani j rooms cottage partly fur
1 nlshed, No.sii, School street corner AchlXana.
Apply L I' Asbahr. Hoffmann Saloon iB84lf.
pO R RENT Six room cottage corner Pensacola A
4 Lunalllo streets, tmroctt May, Judd UuilJIng,
rO LET Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
A COTTAGE TOLrT-rhe rooms Just off Walkl
kl Road. Immediate rostesslon Rent ii oo
a month. Apply Tramwav Office, I'unahou.
TO LET-Th VUa Villa Is now unJcr the manage-
menlofMrtDSReld. Nicely furnished rooms,
table board can be had on application i8?q-mo
TO LET T.y Wilder Avenue, Punahou, New
House t rooms. 1 bedrooms, porcellan bath,
pantry, etc, Address W. b. this Office. i8$-tf.
pURNISHED ROOM DURING SUMMER for on
or two ladles, suitable for teacrera attending
summer school. Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." this office. , i8-tt
IF you have a house for rent, or want to rent a
1 house, call on A. R, HINDI, office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street,
Telephone Main t?4 i8n-tf
".rFICESrORRENT-In Brewer bulldlnir. CWrn
w street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
It Co, Ltd, iBOi-Hnos
OFFICES FOR RE NT-Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster's
offices. In Progress Hiock, will be for rent after June
o The ror ma will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. Pesky, Progress Block. .8-tf
R RENT An ilcht room Cotuc All moJtm
mprovrmcnTa. iwo minuici watK rromlram
r .. .wu i.iinwic. w.ih iium Irani
nqulra ai lha Mint of Favorite Saloon 8x tl
Iw 1.1: ii.ominriapia couarea nn tne premlaea ol
the Sanltay Steam La tn&ty Co., Ltd.. Marmlon
ani South atrevtf. The cottage, contain 4 rooma.
kitchen ani rath room. N'i extra charge for hot and
coll water aiU electric llcMt, Rent naionablt, Ap
ply on the premises 10 J LIhttoit manager o8-tf
pOR SALE A ,t horae power Cntclne anJ saving
1 outlit in Kwti coni'llon. Can t aeen working
In llelclier't y.rj. Uppo.lte Honolulu Inn Works,
FOR SALE Coiner grocery ,tore, eitabllshJ for
oer two yers, has large ani tooi patronage,
lor lurther particulars aprly ty mall, M1I0, p o.b. 10.
PR SALE-lurll raot
with rrlt'elge r.f rtiti
returns Sio.oo cintral'y to.
iai. iotse fnr sale
4 eane renl5oo
Aairest to this
COK SAlC-SliloU, 1 iutj RoaC, Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on Hi. m.uument plan. Apply
Emmm May, Juii UuilJIng. , l8,i-il
COR SALE-Hav. lull receivei a lot of new ani
1 seconi-hani Smith-Premier jpe-wrllerf, which
are for tale or rent. An unuiual chance 'or securing
a tooi ani cheap machine, Washington L ght Co.
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one 'pair detachable
cuffs made to your-measure for
$1.26 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.28
, aa'orfling to the quality of the
matetlal selected : : : : :
CURNITURE of three rooms, new Parlcr, two beJ
1 rooms anl Jfn'rg room ; also new jrop awnings
to fit seven sections of lanal, house to RET. To
gether or seperatt. R. W. Atkinion Room I, Mer
chant ani Alakej .
COR SALE-At very low prices; In Hllo own One
lot at RlversiJe tVarH. comminilng the rest view
of Ocejnani Munuln. Sx tots, all fronting the
street one cottage occupying mlJile let ani well
furnishii. For particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln.
HlU. v ittn-tt
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
oppirunltycf increte. Must be s-IJ on account
of partj leaving town. One month's sen Ices given
frbb if purchase before July ? j, 1911. Apply to F,
rf. hjikiii rt.njumj, JMJK'nm nunairg
COR SALE A phaeton In eicellent con jltlon, cloth
1 llnol. Ct J in new. t-ar ! rhtan In.mlrat
of Mrs W, C Weeiui, Blnjham St. or room 8.
LAWYER8 AND .M0BQUIT0E8.
JuMcje Gtar evidently believes with
Lord Coke, "lu relieving the tedium of
Judicial proceedings with a little hon
est hilarity." When the Lovo caso was
called this morning, the Judge Inquired
ol Mr. Fitch It the matter couM be
dlr OAsti of between 9:H0 and 10 o'clock
tUU morning. Mr. Fitch replied that
It invoked the control of 150.000 worth
of vropeity? and that there was a mo
tion to terminate the trust on the
grojnd that this court uiver had Juris-
diction cf the subject matter, which
motion would require argument. Tho
Court suggested an evening session,
and inquired If that would be accept
able to the lawyers. Mr. Fitch agreed
to this, and Mr. Thompson said that
his onlj; objection to It was that he did
not I!'.ce to fight the .mosquitoes,
Judge Gear suggested that one coun-
or the other would lie talking dur
ing the evening, nnd that mosquitoes
ver? ser troublesome dm Ing a galo
of wlud and thereupon everybody
laughed, and nt 7:30 this evening the
HMv a-111 begin.
Tto Evening Bulletin, 73 cents per
INTH6 CIRCUIT COURT OF Ae FIRST
Clrcul' Territory ot Hawaii In probate, at Cham
hers In the matter of the ettateof Naul Neumann,
late of Itono'ulj, Oahu. decease!. A iocumant pur
porting tl be the last will ani testament of Paul Neu
mann. ii:sasei, hiving on the loth Jay of July, A,
0. 1001, been prtun'el to sali Probate Court, ani
pstitljn for the probate thereof, ani for the Issuanc.
of Mtera testament ry 10 Elsie S. V. Neumann, hav
rig been h'oJ by tall Elsie . V. Neumann, It la
b.?K,'im ln' MONDAY, the loth Jay of
AUUUST, A.U. i)i. at 10 o'clock a m. of aali iiy,
nttheCojrtRMm of aali Court, In the Juilclary
UuMlng. HunlUtu. O.hu. be ,nj lh. ..m. h..hw
Is appoints the time nl place for proving tali wllf
DatJHonoli..u,Oahu July 10, 1901,
My Hie Court 1
J. A. THOMPSON.
MESSRS. HATCH & SIILIMN, C'"k
lis. July Tl -g,4. Aug.
Hawaiian Opera House
under the direction of
By far the best combination of Vaude
ville Talent that ha visited Honolulu.
A company especially selected for an
ONE WhEK COMMLNCIMi
Tuesday, July 9
unJer llw !o;u! man.iRenentof J. C. Cohen
SOc, 70c, and $1.00.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Jas. F. Morgan i
il 65 Queen Btr.at
By order of Mr. W. Wolters I offer
for sale the following valuable prop
erty: 1 That lot on the corner of Green
and Kaplolanl streets, size 100x100 feet.
The place Is well laid out In palm and
2 That lot on Green street, near tha
corner of Kaplolanl, s,lie 95x145 feet,
together with a house' ot six rooms,
and a stable with servants' quarters.
The 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
In? house of thlrtv-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
MS. F. MORGAN.
6S QUEEN STREET
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTItACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors in
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, flll
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns uiidectccable from natural teeth
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GBADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
ench department In charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Jeeth ,,85 00
Gold Crowns 65 OO
Gold Fillings $1.00
Silver Fillings.., BOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will bo of the best,
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4, Elite Building, Hotel StreeL
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE,
V. A t.
A ,t to
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