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nVnNINQ DUI-LETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. TUESDAY. JULY lfi. 1901.
fF ' I "OH J DON'T
That's the paint that saves
you money. : i : : : r,
Lasts longer, looks better,.
.costs less than any other
good paint - - - - -Comes
ready mixed In forty
two different shades and is
easily handled. - - - -
B. O. HALL- & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
PAUL R. 1SENBERG,
C. F. HERR1CK,
CHAS. F. MERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
vC nH I if . BA I
v yfA x )v )V y I x
Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy and Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all kinds and sizes. A.le Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, Hair Tassels, Harness Oil, B.ts, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. F. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
SOLB AGBNTS 80LB AGENTS
Columbus Buggy Co. j. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900. Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Mondaj, July 13.
0. S. S. Doric, Smltli, 6 dnys from
Tuesday, July to.
Stmr Walaleate, Plltz, from Kauai.
Stmr Nlihau, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr hvalanl, Gtecne, from JIamakua.
Monday, July IS.
Gas. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for
Maul and Hawaii ports.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullctt, for Ka
Stmr. Mokolll, Nnpala, for Kalau
papa. ( Tuesday, July 10.
O. & O S. S. Doric, Smith, for the
Am. Schr, Annie M. Campbell, for the
souno in Daiiat.
Str. Mnuna Loa, Slr.ion.on, for Ko
na and Kau.
Str. Klnau, Clarke, fur Hllo and way
TO 8A1L THIS AFTERNOON.
O. S. S. Sierra, Houdlettc, for San
Francisco at C p. m.
0. S. S. Mariposa, Rtnnle, for San
Francisco, six hours after arrival.
0. & 0. S. S. Doric, Smith, for tUn
Orient, 3 p. m. .
Stmr. Lehua, Dower, for Kaunaka
kal, C p. ,m..
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Nnwlllwlll, G p. m.
Stmr. Maul, Bennett, for Maul
ports, 5 p. m. (Clan line's route.)
From Hawaii per Stmr. Iwa'anl, July
iC.-MIs K E Horner, A J WHson, Ah
Chut, J Sllv.i, Ah Chte and 14 deck.
Prom San HrancK-o, jier stmr. Doric.
July 15. Kay over nt Honolulu Miss
E. 11. Alden, Dr. W. W. Keen. Misses
Keen (2), Dr. It. F. Weir and wife.
Tor Maul and Hawaii ports, per str.
Maunn I,oa, July 1C Helen llartells, J.
N. Colli), Miss Smithies, l'uul Jairett,
Lee Kit, Alfred Patten. M. Corica, Kr.
Llcbert, IM. Kekuwn, J. M. MtChisney,
C. U. Olscn, r. Iluckholtz. Miss J. Ma
oulros, J. It. Paris, Miss Ueurd, Mrs
A. E. Murphy. E. V. Timing, Miss I
C. Eston, J. M. Kanenkua, C. lleltcl
nian. Tor Hllo ports, per str. Klnau, July
16. P. Pnronzlnl. Hon. J. Ewallko, A.
K. Nawahl, Hon. W. 1J. Nalllma, Mlts
M. Mossman, J. Tanner, Ilro. Haymond,
iDro. Theodore, Uro. Henry, llro. Finn
ils, Uro. Albert, llro. Edward, II.
Holmes, Alex. Young, W. liootli. Miss
Alden, Mrs. It. P. Wler, H. 11. (ieln A,
C. Gehr, P. H. Haselden. L. M. Vct-
lesen, Miss K. Wnlalcalc. Mrs. Kaliau
Icllo, P. E. Rlchnrdson, Miss King,
Miss May Damon, J. T. Drown, Mrs.
J. O. Oraham, C. Kimball Dr. W. W.
Keen, J. A. Tuthlll, Miss Pnlache, J. E.
Ulrd, Mr. Brankn, E. S. Boyd, W. P.
Dillingham, J, Spitz, J. E. Trlest, S. E.
Damon, wife and child, Miss D. Hurt
well, S. M. Ballou and wife, J. A. Ma
goon and two sons, A. L. Thompson,
Miss R. Schubert, Mrs. Grottier, Mrs. J.
. Walker, Miss Kato Cornwell. E.
Kaohl, J. B. Kaohl, Miss P. Keen, Miss
D. Keen, Young Kin.
For Malu ports, per str. Maul, July
10 MIbs I Wong Kong, Miss B.
Akana, Miss Keohi, Miss Cameron,
Miss C. Dodge, Mrs. D. II. Davis, C. II.
nnd C. W. Dickey, Prod West, Mrs. P.
S. Dodge, S. Dodge, Bro. Mnthlas, C. S.
Judd, P. S. Dodge and two sous, Miss
E. Muthcr, Miss E. Olnor, I.. Smith,
Miss Knapp, Dr. Raymond, A. B.
Wood, Miss Alexander, Miss V, Hall,
Bro. Maurice, Bro. Charles, Bro. Uer
nard, II. P. Baldwin. lit v. II. IKlmra.
I. Y. Arona, JT McGa In, Miss Schrlm
gcr. For Molokal, per str. Lchua, July 10
II. Hucn, S. Blddell.
W. " ? Anrtresb. ?t.
' sMfww. ar
PACKED ON FARM
COAST ACt NTS,
Jll though Canned
Fresh and (Stvit-
Sheriff's Sale Notice.
fn pursuance of an execut'on Issued out
of the Second District C01.1t of Honolulu,
Island of Oabu, Territory of Hawaii, on
the.jrd day of July, A. D. 1991, In re
Matter of M. S. Grlnbaum & Company,
Limited, vs. Man Sulc, doing business un
der the name of Chu Yip Company, I
have, on this 10th day of luly, A.D. 1901,
levied upon, and shall expose for sale at
Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at
the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, Hono
lulu aforesaid, at 12 o'clock noon of SAT
URDAY, the 17th dny of AuftuHt.
A.D. 1901, all the right, tit!: and Interest
of the said defendant, Man Suk, doing
business under the name of Chu Yip Com
pany, in and to the following described
personal property, unless the jjdgmentl
amounting to Two Hundred and Seventy
and 7-ico dollars, 270.07), Interest, costs
and my expenses are previously paid
Said property levied upon being :
A large quantity of assorted general
merchandise, consisting of :
Men's coats, pants, shlrU, underwear,
hose, shoes, etc.
Ladles' shirtwaists, underwear, shoes,
Children's suits, pants, underwear, shoes
What a wondeiful Discovery Is
PAIN-KIIIcrl It not only cures the Ills
of tlio human family, but Is also tlio
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a euro
of the worst cases; and for sprains,
galls, etc.. It never falls try It once.
Directions accompany each bottle. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but on Pain-Killer, Per
ry Davis'. Price 25c. and Sue.
The steamers Wnla'.tale and Nlihau
arrived from Kauai this morning. Tho
former brought 3500 b..gs of M. S. Co.
sugar the other vessel returning with
out cargo or passengers. The Nlihau
reports tho following sugar on tho
Garden Isle, ready for shipment: Dia
mond W., COO; Mnk. 72M; O & II, 190;
McB., 1G00; K. P., 450; II. M.. 2S00;
M. S. Co., 0000; K. S. Co., 420.
Tho Klnau nnd Muuna l.oa got nway
almost together today. Both vessels
took' many passengers. (
Also a large quantity of dress stuff, call
cos, cottons, etc.
And also a full line of the following :
Shawls, blankets, rugs, clocks, valises
belts, umbrellas, rubber shoes, ties, bows,
handkerchiefs, (silk etc) ribbons, laces,
silks, purses, thimbles, colognes, buttons,
pins, hair pins, thread, combs, knives,
spoons, forks, toilet soap, jewelry, watches
chains, quilts, artlfieal flowers, camphor.
trunks and other trunks, towe's, mosquito
nets, mirror, fans, suspenders, table covers
CHAS. F. CH1LLINGWORTH,
9i-5t Deputy Sheriff, Ter. of Hawaii.
Office of the Commissioner of
On and after this date no application
will be received from any employee of
this Commission, appointive or otherwise,
for the purchase lease or other disposition
of Public Lai ds, nor will any person w ho
miy be acting for this Commission In the
disposition of Public Lands under any
system recognized by the Laws of Hawaii
be allowed to bid or become the purchaser
of the same.
Honolulu, T.H.. July 15th, 1901,
(signed) EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
(Signed) HENRY E. COOPER.
i8gi-3t Acting Governor.
Tho Nlihau lost an author at Nawlll
will on tho 12th.
DR. SLOGGETT will remove his
offices on the 1st of August to the cottage
on AUkta. St.. formerly occupied by the
late Dr. McKlbbon, Immediately adjoining
the Masonic Building and opposite the
Honolulu Liuiuiy. 101-14
An Opportunity for Some Men
1 1 brisk selling of the past few weeks has played
such havoc with our lines of sizes In NEGLIGEE
6HIRTS, that we have decided this week to offer
you the entire lot at
SHIRTS ) EACH
These are not Inferior shirts not one of them.
They are of tine Madras, solid colors, full size, per
fect fit. Look closely after the little things that a
. good shirt always has, not one Is missing. What are they worth?
If we said that they cost us double what we now offer them at, you would think
we were romancing so we say ALMOST double. They really averaged us $10.00
a dozen. But no matter If you can find your size you are the gainer. We don't
promise that you will, but remember the sooner you (or your wife) can come In
the better the chance.
"Sliver" Brand Collars nnd Cuffs.
WHITNEY MARSH, LTD.
- . ,lif. fn fni't column will l,t tmtrlfil
nt l!i emit t Hat one inttrliwi : 26
etiitt tiro inttrtiuut; .TO etutt vne vteL; 40
c tut I no uetLn, anil 60 crn( nue tumitlu
li i i tht thmptit aditrlitingeitrvjjtrtil
the )tiilf of Honolulu,
PIANO LESSONS by in utrarlrnnd letchtr,
Srrclilty itl teeln en. 6c lltrtunla Si. giitw
AM. MOORE. Stenography inJ Typwiltlni
' ,0'iclieJ. Koomji.CiinrttllBllc.Ttl. Milnili
NOTICE The Rroundi of th AluanJir Vaunt
lluitilnff. inJ the rrlvala i reft 1o be known as
BHhup street, are dostJ to the ruhltc untillurther
totice isiuui wm. munn.
FOR SALE CHEAP Furniture nf lour room cot la ce
wltli prvil(f of renting cottigt Rent $1100.
Call i I'd NiiUJiui St , in reir jiiw
FOR SALE A iH h re pemer Cnglne ani saw In e
outht In e mi coni'tlon Can be wen working
In tUkrwr' jrJ Oj puklte Hon lulu Iron Works,
FOR SALE Coiner Rrocery store established for
over twj yeir. has larct and good patronage.
For lunhsr pirtlculars apply ty mai, Hllo, p 0 b. 70.
Supl. A'exanJer Young Dl I,
IOTICETO BUILDERS-Tti Union Eipress Co.
n has WHITF SAND K)R SALE i4tf
W ANTED An experienced Gentleman Steno-
grarncrand Typewriter with a tlr knowledge
of Book-keeping. Address H. R , P. O. Cox (At,
WANTED, to correspond with a tensitfe, middle
gd gentleman, hy an attractive widow ol refine
men! and ci'lture, Jeslrous of Jomestic fe klty.
(jentlemm must be conicenlal, have a comfortable In
come, and be able to provIJe a good home. Must be
a 1 1 at abst iner Irnit IliJor. Address "Widow"
P. O. Box 718, Honolulu, T H. No correspondence
wanted that is not sincere. All communlcat 0-1 held
strict!) confidmlal, ifoq-tf
U ANTED Energetic workers tndlotrlbutt adver-
tls'ng, such as circulars, samples of rrerchan
disc, etc. for American manufactures, termantit
occupation, good pay. Write for particulars t
40 W iBthSt., bew York. U. S. A.
A DESIRABLE PARTY with Sitoooc cash wishes
to purchase house and lot close to town Bal
ance payable on easy terms. Aptly. H.J..P O.
Box 8 it. 1888-tl
UAN TED Young U&y clerk, for a fewweiks
" Experience unnecessary address. In own hand
writing, staling salary desired. Sec. INO. tux 680
C I ty; iSSvit
JlANTED To Sell Jewelry and Watches
'V In the latest styles Watches iealred by a
liwelerof is years experience. O. DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
WANTED -Ronk-keepexsand officeclerks. drivers
salesmen and ail classes of help. Don't wait
ntll ysu see the add In the paper, but call today at
ekct fcmplojment Uaruau corner of Alakea and
ANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottt" Mt An nth Mr While's Flivfrlr
Comb, patented ifcjo Agents J re cilninr mone-'.
Cures all forms of alp allirents, headaches, etc
et costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send 30c In
tames for satncle D. N. How. G.n. Mirr.. Deca
tur, ill. "" i8iQ-jm
ROOM AND BOARD.
A MAN AND WIFE would like room and board In
'" private family. Address "A" this office. 901 w
IW ANTED-A nian and wife to bond Inprhate
" house nr to t akt? char? nf huuse for Ihree manth
and board owner Hoiimi on Iteretanla street PO
ox sit 1884 tf
FOR RENT Hoi-kprng rooms, partly furnish
ed. Cottage Cirove Klnr street. F. E. King,
"TO LET A store at the Territory Stables. Inquire
at the offir. 1 889-1 w
OR RENT and Furniture for Sale New modern
inruK) luoificiviy iui iiishvw, iTMiimuit. vuiii
electric lights, coolest and m. at des rablc location In
thfe'ty. 7tT unalllo sUeet 1888-iw
TO LET Three newly furnished rooms, imxqultt
proof and cool, Macklock Ave , between Pllkol
and Keeaumoku. tSej-tf
IO LET A nicely furnished cottage of three rooms
and bath. suitable for gentleman. 560 Beret an la
St.. town lde of Thomas Square i83tiw
FOP RENT Furnished room In private house on
Kin 1? St. car line, near hrstclass boerdinr
house J. W. HULLETIN. 1637-11
TO LET Six room cottage, next to Mormn
church, porccllan bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
$1500. Apply to A fi Cunha. 886" mo
'O LET A nice large front room. q Berctanla
COR RENT Store and ) rooms cottage partly fur
1 nltlMd, No an, School strret corner Achl Lane,
Apply LHAsbahr. Hoffmann Saloon. iWU-H.
R RENT Six room cnttitre fnrrter Pensafota A
Lunanio stretts. fcmmeti May, JuJJ uuiUing,
T?OR SALE-Atvervlowrrkes. In Hllo own One
r lol at Riverside Park, commandlnr the best view
of Ocean an 1 Mountain. Six lots, all frcntlnethe
street, one cottage occup)ing roiJJie lot at a well
furniihfa. t- r oart'caiirs arnv to a. n. potemKin.
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
n oDpnrtin tv of ncrease. Must be sold on account
of party leavlrg town. One month's sen Ices given
tree If purchased before July if, 1931, Apply 10 ft
J. Russell, A'Mmty Ma goon Building
Jas. F. Morgan
II 68 Queen Street
COR SALE-A phielun In eicrllent cnniltlon. cloth
llnei Caitiitcneu. I ar sal.chf.D. Inoulr.
ol Mrs W. C WeeJ'in. 0ln2liam St . or room 8,
Model HKKK ISJT'II
LOST-A jsni Derrie Masonic Charm. FlnJer
leturn to Bit e'ln Office ani recelv. rewari. Syll
The aWialeale leporta the following
atcamerj at Kauai uhen she left ea-
teulay Hanalel at Walmea loaillnK;
Noeau at Makauell, illscliarglnu coal.
KxpecU to leae for Honolulu Thurs
day afternoon with McDrjdc sugar;
Mlkalula at Makauell loading sugar
was no le.ue this afternoon for home
with full load of Makanell sugar.
WlllUrr. James Stlllman, the author
nnd JournalUt, Is deal.
LAST PERFORMANCE OF
THIS POPULAR COMPANY
80c, 75c, and $1.00.
By order of Mr. W. Wolters I offer
for sale tho following valuable prop.
1 That lot on tho corner of Green
and Kanlolanl streets, size 100x100 fett
The place Is well laid out In palm and
2 That lot on Orcen street, near the
corner of Kaplolanl, size 9jx143 feet,
together with a house of six rooms,
and a stable with servants' quarters.
The garden is well laid out nlta
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street .
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT KOOM
Ine 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 VlneyarJ streets.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREET'
Court Lunalilo, No. 6600, A.O.F.
There will be a regular meeting of this
Court on Wednediy evening, July 171I1,
A.D. 1001, at 7:00 o'clock p. m , at Har
mony Hall, on King street, for the purpose
of election cf ofticeis. All members art
requested to attciid.
JNO. M. KEA,
Honolulu, July 16. 1001. 0 i-at
Attention. Company "G."
The commanding officer of Company
"G", N.G H., hereby orders all members
of t"e companv'to appear t l'e Cn '1 any
Armor , In uniform, WeJn siay 1 lug,
at 7:30 o'clock p m., fu" niirect 1 ma
drill. Company memb'is ale 't v 'cd to
report the nature anj iuhuumi u, dil ac
outrements and propetty Issued to I hem.
Capt. Commanding Co. "G", N.G.H.
Honolulu. July iG, 1901. gi-2t
TO LET Two Ironl rooms. No. 1 Garden Lane.
ACOTTa'cIE TO ITT Five rooms Just o Walkl
kl Uoai, Immediate potession. Rent $1$ oo
a month. Arr'y Tramuay Onice, Punahou.
TO LETThe Vlda Villa Is now under the manate-
mentof MrsUS Reld. Nicely lurnlshed rooms;
laMu roard can he had on application ,87Q-mo,
TO LET Ijt.jo Wilder Avrnue, Punahou, New
House f rooms, i tedrooms. porccllan bath.
pantry, etc. Address W. B. this Olttce. i8i)-tr
CURNISHED ROOVt DURING SUMMER lor one
or two ladles, suitable for leacters attending
summer school .Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." VHs office. i8T4-tl
IP you have a house for rent, or want to rent
house, call on A, R. IIINDT. office with (julde
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main w ilUT'tf
Election of Officers.
At the Adjourned Annual Meeting of the
Stock-holders of Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
new in mis city on juiy 13111, iqoi, ine
following officers were elected to serve
during the ensuing year:
Mr T May President
Mr H E Mdntvre Vice President
MrSG Wilder Secretaiy
Mr F Auwliacli..Teasurer & Manager
Mr F W MacFarlane Auditor
The Board of Directors comprise the
Officers anJ Mr E D Tenney and Mr E F
S G Wilder.
Honolulu, July 13th, 1931. 0-t
OtTICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
8t Co , ltd. ibot)mos
OrrlCES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Rohjnson as Quartermaster's
offices In Progress II o k, will be for rtnt after June
10 The roims will t rented singly or en suite.
prly to C. S eskv, Progress Block i84-tf
COR RFNT An eight room Cottage. All e-odern
Improvt ments. Iwo minutes walk Irom tram,
way. Inquire at the Mint or I avurlte Siloon 1810 If
FOR SALE Have lust received tot of new ard
secondhand Smith-Premier )pewrlters. which
are for sale or rent. An unusual chance 'or securing
a good an! cheap machine Washington L'ght Co
CURNITUKE of three rooms, new Parlor, two bed-
1 rooms and dining room t also new drop awnings
to fit seven sections 01 lanal, house to kENT. I o
ge'her or sepera'e. R, W. Atkinson Room 8, Mer
chant and Alakea .
FOR SALE SU lots on Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
cnimeumay, juau Duuaing. l.TJ-it
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
our lato scientific method applied to tho
gums. No Bleep-producing agents or
cocaine. . !
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Oil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and wnrrauted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of .
from IS to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, (live us a call, and you v. Ill And
us to do oxactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth ,...85 00
Gold Crowns ."....,.... 85.00
Gold FlIllnfjH r....SI.OO
Silver FllllnriH V 50c
Fresli Invoices ot HUYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
Parties visiting Lahalna on Maul can
secure ample and comfortable rooms, baths
and shaving parlors In connection.
E. E. MILLER, Prop.
Formerfv McCann's. i873tf
Our namo alono will be n guarantee 'J
that your work will bo of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Uulldlng, Hotel SUeet,'
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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