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liHIBBHnPr $51' c72v
Columbia, 1001 Chalnlcos $7S.OO
Columbia. Chain Wheel 40.00
Cleveland from 38 00
r Ramblers from... 32.00
1 Stormers 2B 00
Jay Bird 10.80
O. HALL & SON, LTD.
PAUL R. 1SENBERG,
CHAS. F.AHERBICK CARRIAGE C0V LTD.
jijfi MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
Surreys, Phaetans, Busies, Road Wagons, TelKery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy and Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all kinds and sizes. Axle Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats Washers, bash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, hair Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :'
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
OtuCATL I . OPL.1C.1OUJ1 ' DAIIT , f
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
'To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
.pjgehased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation0 to
Honolulu.'brreturnlngsameto Sahv Frahclsc'67 Od5ds will belient on
election to those known to the firm, or will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
market & Post 8ts 6. F.
-Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We hav
thi largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and ar
prepared to tumlsh special designs. '
Captain Lane Protests.
Captain Lane, formerly In command
of the tuK Leslie Baldwin has taken
exception to the published statement
of Manager Filler of the Kahulul rail,
road, published In the Star jesterday
afternoon. Ha nil) make his state
ment to Collector Stackable today so
that the blame for running tho Baldwin
without a regularly licensed captain
ran be right!) placed.
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to lend In
their P08T OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the pott
C. F. hERRICK,
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
MACMILLAN-In Oakland, Juno 2t.
1901, Margaret, wife of Hugh Mac
mlllan, formerly of Honolulu, a na
tive of England, aged 51 years and 6
Gentleman as room- mate.
Room" Want column. "
Dr. Pierce's Elcc
trie Body Isattcr)
Away with Drugs I Inves
Hole. Send lor "Book
IttNo. " AdJress
PIERCE SLECTKIC CO.,
620 M'-kts SI., S. P.
Weather Bureau, I'uniihoii, July 23.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GS; Midday mnxlmum, St.
llaroincter.nt 3 i, m, 29.95. Pulling.
' tinfall 0.01, .
Dew Point C7P.i - ' r
Humidity at 9 a. m. 8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
23. Weather cloudy: wind light NK.
Tuesday, July 23.
Mauna Lna, Slmerson, from
Kona and aMul ports,
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, from Maka
well. Str. Inalant, Greene, from Hawaii.
U. 8. A. T. Grant, llnignlere, from
San Francisco. ,
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Green, from
Monday. July 22.
Schr. Eendeavor, McAllep, for the
Str. Mokolll, Dennett, for Moloknl.
Str. Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna anj
Tuesday, July 23.
Str. Klnau, Clarke, for Hllo and way
Am. bk. Edward Ma), Hanson, for
San Francisco, with sugar.
Am. Bchr. O. J. Olesen, Olescn, for
SAILING THIS AFTERNOON.
Str.' Lehn'a, Napala, for Pnkoo, At 5
Str. Kauai, Ilruhn, for Mnknnelt.
Str. V. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kn
ual ports, nt p. in
From KuKillhntld, pur tr. lualanl,
Jul) 230. Oiicn. G. .Miller and one
I rjtn Kona and Kan ports per Str.
Mn itin 1 fin ttilv "fl f. f t.,1,,,,,1. . t-a
0 Bnbdaky Ah rong, .Miss Uirlntf.
Mrs. i: C Grccnncll, Miss E Orreri
well. A. Knulul.ou, D. It. Awn, Miss
A. Heard, Miss Julia Joe, MIsh Mr I
Ross, Mrs. J. EfllngeM children and
sennntf C.-Aknu, L. Vesconcclcs, Miss
L. Mnllilti, Miss A. Mnllna, .Mrs. King.
1 .Mrs. II. 0. Schneider, 0. II. Schnlder,
II. P. Baldwin, F. V. West. P. A. Dens
and daughter, MIbs Lorrle, Miss
Feat he-mono, II, Dalcoy, W. P. Dllllng
ham, Geo. Weight, Mrs. L. Fetehcr and
son, Miss M. Hoke, Miss E. Zerbv,
Ucke Karenl, Mrs. E. DIalBilcll and 2
children, and 70 on deck.
I For Hllo nnd way ports, per tr. Kl-
.' nau, July 23-W. M. Burrii, Mr. 'A. M,
Longuon, u. 1-. unmnooa, 11. 'K.utn
nlng, C. 13. Whitney, MIis Orimston,
Mrs. Asltow. F. A. Kcknefer. A. S. Tut.
tie, F. S. Dodge, Mrs. J TV. Manning
and to children, S. II. Haahco, Philip
Naone, Jas.Daley, Miss Daley, J, C
Ecarle, A. E. Mlnllle and wife, D. 0
McKay, Mrs. J. D. Purdy, and chtw,
Chon Fun, Pang Dat, Miss '.Mary Melne
Geo. Sea, II. Q. Young, Mrs. Kama
puna, Mrs. Kamahlulanl, C. T. Day,
A. C. Wall. Chas. A. Hartwell, Wi.
James, L. Dusnell, Master Askew, H.
II. Kohler, E. Mtldeberger, E. L. Golds
borough, Miss Davis, Miss M. E.
Schneider, Miss Brown, Mrs. Laura
Wight, a: R. Ourrey, A. W. Carter,
Ralph Johnstone, Do Bienville, M.
Ahrens, R. Ahrens. V. Holt.
For Molokal, per str. Mokolll, "July
22 Sister D. Jamea, Brother Sihauu.
For Mnul, per str. Claudlne, July 24
Mlsi C. D. Castle, H. Giles, II. A. a
Giles, Master Drunhardt, Miss L.
Co ckett, Mrs. D. R. Vida and child. 0.
B. Robertson, Rev. M. Kulkahl. Mr.
J D. Dlas and child, Theo. Richards.
Miss Carrie Green, Miss Rboda Green.
Mrs. SI. Spencer, Sirs. L. Self Mlsa R,
Ahu, Sirs. Ahulll, Hon. John Ahultl.
Per str. Lehua, for Molokal porta,
July 23 D. H. SIcCorrlston, W. R.
The schooner Defender at Hanamau
lu U said to be In a rry dangerous
position for lealng her mooring. Her
anchors are badly mixed and It Is
thought that In getting out to sea she
will have to slip her port anchor nr
else take chances of grounding again
In taking In the chain. She Is very
close In shore, In fact much closer than
toe steamers go.
Th damage done her rudder In her
recent contact with the rocks cannot
be repaired without thj vessel coming
here. One of the Inter Island steam
ers will probably tow her over when
she Is through discharging.
Sterol defendants In criminal easel
In the Federal Court made their plcai
this morning. Frank B. Thompson
was appointed y defend F. Hansen. C.
Recj. H.VForst and UTJchroader. tha
Cr D." Bryant sailors. Pleat' It mA'
guilty were filed. " "'
Thos. Fitch entered pleas of not guil
ty In the case of Tapley and McCarthy.
Chas. .McDonald, Andrew Kernes and
Geo. A. Baker.
In each case demurrer was died and
overruled by Judge Estee. The de
murrer alleged that tho Information on
file did not contain facts constitulng a
public offense; that the Court had no
Jurisdiction, and that no Indictments
or presentments had been made by a
United States Grand Jury.
Andrews, Peters & Andrade. for fe
ipondcnts, hae filed a demurrer to
.ho complaint of Esther SI. Plllpo and
Cllznbeth K. THIno vs. Sirs. Nettle
Scott nnd tho Kona Sugar Company.
The Riound relied upon Is that the
court hab no Jurisdiction.
BovernI moio witnesses wcro exam
ined this forenoon In the caso of ICa
plolanl Estate vs. tho Kanohoo Kaifcli
A master to go Into tho accounts of
the Holt estate will bo appointed today
by Judge Gear.
rjgf -''' in ti column trill he inrtrlnl
. at IS reuli i Ji'xf out Imrrtlmi ; 25
ttiilt tiro inttrtivnt; Mctiitt une uttl; 40
eenli tiro hyHji, eimJ tit) tent one tnuiillt,
Thirit the chrapot nitrtiriiigfttrofertd
tltt people 0 l.'witlulu, , t
NJEW ORK THAINEP NURSE woull like omi
Lr tnjuemtnl or ojI4 UVt rlmntnl f ollion.
Ttrmi reatimaMr A. B , Dul clln. lEo.-iw
IF YOU HAVE hou lor rt"l or want lo rent a
hou, lee A. R. Blndt. Collrcllom carets y
atfenied to ani rrotnptly remlited,
UltKt llf Kaa-
DIANO LESSONS hy an experience- teachir,
1 Tcll'vnt begin en 6 Itrrelanla ?! oi-w
A. M,t .MOORE-StenoeraVtiVarilTypewiltinr
NT."f!hT'' arountla of tht'Aleiand.r Vouni
' BulUlnj. anj Hie rrleate t reel to be known at
Bishop street, art dosed to the fuMIc until further
i. 1 ial","L wn. mi. 11 if,
i8,l-)ino Surt Alexander Ynunt Bl.
MOTICE TO BUILDERS Tht Union Eatress Co
'N hat WHITE SAND FOR SALE i"iti
tAATED Energetic workers lo distribute adver
." tls'n.sucn as circulars tamslea of aierrhin.
lse, e- for Amercin manufactures. I ermine I
.-a..v.., nwa p. -.,. lor particulars t
W stlh Sl e York. U. S. A.
.poo-pi jmy is in iq ei to.ift eurtft
lAANTED-O-nt for room-ma'e, two be tn
.... Joom.fiiwuNt. Klne SI car lint. "Rom"
iiuue in un.r. . . ,ju,.,
il ANTED-Male and female workers for Domestic
n ,...K . .. .' tnp'.ineni omct. maroon
Building Or, of Merchant and AlaWea St
UAN1 CD-Ofci clerk (Male or Itirale) with
prls lltert of leamlnr t.pewrltln and salary
raid. Jfoon t Matoon Bulldlnr.
DOOKKEEPERS., OFFICI! CLERKS and Item
drlrs wants i dally I lo .o A. H. Stle.l Em-
ptinmsiiDiMff, magoon Duuaina; cor. Meicbsnt and
Alak' a Ms
WANTED An tacerlenced Gentleman Suno
" narher and Trewrlttr with a Mr knowledn
of Book-keerlnt:. Addrtts H. R , P. O. Bo 66..
WANTED, to correspond with a sensible, middle
" ajrtd Ktnlleman. by an attrac live widow of fefine
ment and culture. Jetlrnuc nr dnMa-ti ,- iitu
Gentleman must be coneeiial. have a comforubte In
come, tnd be able lo provlJe a rood home Must be
i,i pnnner ,rom liquor. Address "Widow"
P. O. BOX Tl8. Honolulu. T. M. Nn rnr,.-nnni1.n.
wanted that Is not sincere. All communl.al ons held
strictly conSd.ntlal. iSoo-tf
A DESIRABLE PARTY with Jitco cc cash wlshts
- iu purcnast nousa anj tor cms tn fnwn h.i.
anct payablt on easy terms. Apily, H.J..P O.
"-" " , IBS9-1I
JlANTED-To Sii Jtwtmy and Watches
'' In the latest styles Watches repaired bya
leweler of 11 veers evntrlanr
f. ME.S t. .
WANTED t adles and gentlemen to Introduct Iht
hottest" utler t.n -.,K Sl W.,,'. n...,.
Comb, relented iSgo. Agents art ctlnlnr rnone..
Cures all forms of scalp entente, htadschet, etc
yet costs tht stmt at an oidlnary comb, Send 30c In
.riii ,uf eempie u. n. eiost. utn. Airr. ueca
"' '"- ilto-tm
ROOM AND BOARD.
MAN AN 1 WIFE would like room and board In
rlvte family Address "A" Inls nfnee on-iw
ro Lr 1
TO, I ET-Fn nishcd roons, board If attired. 610
' Hotel ttrett. j iSet-iw
TO LET-Nlct six-roost cottire. on Lunslllo, near
Pentacela tlretL Emmttl May, Judd Bulldlnr.
TO LET-Sefton Houte. well furnished rooms with
botrd. YounrSt.near I'IIki.I 1 tot-mo
TO LET-A store at tht Territory Sublet. Inquire
at tht offlce. iBSo-sw
COR RENT and Furniture for Sale-New modern
houst. completely furnished. tl bedrooms, bath
electric llffhta, coolest and m st des rablt locttlon In
tht city, tst unalllo street sl88-tw
ly furnished roosss, mo-qults
Macklock Ave , between Pllkol
rrool and cool,
1 0 LET A nicely furnlthtd count of three rooms
and bath suitable f.f nntleman. j6o Beretanla
St . t'wn side ot Thomas Square. riSsMW
TO LET Sis rooea cottart. nest to Mornun
' church, porctllan bath, patent w c, tie. Rtnt
In mi. Apply to A O. Cuoha. Its., mo
COR RENT Store and looma collate partly fur
' nlshed. No til, School street corner AcM line.
Apply L F Asbahr Hoffmann haloon tftSs-tf.
Apply Tramway Ofllce, Punahou,
TO LET-The Vlda Villa Is now under the manage
l ment ol Mrs D S Reld. Nicely furnished rooms:
'able board can K had on application iio-mo
TO LET-I17.50 Wilder Avmue. Punahou,
' House T rooms, s bedrnntni. nAr1l.n
.-""j.en. ajreis ee. q ins umce.
CUPNISHED ROOK DURINO SUMMER foront
I M fiavn lasiflaid cnltaihla ..... -u.i
r'u.,n'?" Khool Apply, Klvlnr mint mi adJrcn. to
'A M ' thltl ttWrn a ' ..
IF you tiivt a house for rent, or went to rent a
f-'i!,,n ? B'NDT. office with Uulda
Publish n. Co. CAnnhell Rlni-I, U-..k... ...u.
f elepho ,e Mtln u ' tl.s-tf
QFFICES FOR RENT-la Brewer bulldltut. 0en
Krocl. on rfatuinahlti ttn 1m,Iu tA r U.-..
P."-U. "" .86-.nTo.
fVFFICES FOR RENT-Four large eooms now
v occupied by Malor Robinson as Quattermaster a
otnees In Progress Bio k, will be 'or rent after June
10 The roms will be renied singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S eskv. Progress Block ,8 a-tf
COR RENT An tight room Cottage. All n-ojtrn
Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way Inquire at the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8to If
COR SALC-A iW horse power Engine and salng
l outfit in Bond condlon. Can htt imh ui,Lin
In Belcher's yard.
Opposite Honolulu Iron Works,
1 88s lw.
FOR SALE-Havt lust received" a lot of new and
Second-hand Smith-Premier ,vti.i.l,, h.kiak
art for tale or rtnt. An unusual chanct 'or securing
geod and cheap asachlat. Wasklagtea L'ghl Co.
TO LcT-Two front rooms No. v Garden Lane. t",""i. ,VV'" "''. l..iw'": . '".c?lm7"', "0
1... e. , ,. isSo.tf 1 5 ' '" "l" "!,","' tn "tt ol Charlet RotKh.
Opportunity for Some Men
T e br sk selling of the p.nt few week v has played
such havocwith our lines of sizes In NEGLIGEE
6HIRT8, that we have decided this week to offer
you the entire lot at
These are" not Inferior shirts not one of them.
They are of tine Madras, solid colors, full size. per
fect fit. Look
Rood shlrtalways has, not one Is missing. What are thev worth?
II we said that they cost us double what we now offer them at, you would think
we were romanc.nR so ue say ALMOST duuble. They really averaged us lto.00
a dozen. But no matttr If you can find your size you ate 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 and Cuffs.
WHITNEY & MARH,. LTD
fOR SALF-Calljrr,VT-'lr.rrlcSS5 00.
ArrlvC En fhn Hution Dtuj u 18,6-im
COR SALE-Sun In trM la condition. A4-
' lllll C J. Uul'ttln nBice. iSgt-lw
wcthni ot drop curtains forer-
Ilk., ,!., 1
anja, new, fit
anywnre. Atkimon Room S
CTEAK LAUNCH FOR SALE-the "Talula" at
J she now lies In the hsrbor.,, She is a neatly new
boat. In perfect working order, and has bten of late
used In lowlnjr at Kahu ul Harbor. W. II. Pa n.
COR SALE House and lot on Klnau street, sraioo
. .V". ,e, rn casri, part inornate. Arply
69 Kukul street. , l'oi-iw
COR SALE-SU lots on Kapahutu Road, KslmTvi
Tract, cheap, on tht Installment plan. Apply
EsstMtt May, Judd Bulldtair.,.. ilsi-tf
COR SALE Coiner (rocery store established for
over two yesrs. has large and good patronage.
For further particulars apply by mall. Hllo, p 0 b. 70.
COR SALE-Atsery low prices. Inllllo-own Onn
. .J"' " Klverslde l-arlr, commanding the best view
of Ocean and Mountain. Mi Ms, all frontlnrthe
ttreet. one cottage occupying middle tet and well
furnished. For perllculart apply to A. M. Potemkln.
COR SALE CHEAP Furniture of fouf room cotlago
' with privilege of renting cottage Rent Sit ue.
Call at 151? Nuuanu St , In rear ilgt-tw
COR SUE A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
line 1.011 nit n.
line I Cast
new. For salt cheap. Inquire
01 Mrs w, C
Bingham bt or room 8.
STRAYED from re New England Bakery, a Boch
skin If 01 st about it handt high, hind feel white,
Retiiroand receive reard
Thomas Square Music.
The hand will play the followlne se
lections nt a moonlight concert .n
Thomas Square this evening, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock:
Festal .March Cornelius Mendelssohn
Dallad--The City of Lights... Adams
Selection I.e Cld .Massenet
(a) Kn L'n Noe o Koloa.
(b) Ool Hoi Ha.
SIlss J. Kelllaa.
(d) Slalkal ka Slakanl o Kohala.
.Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Besses o' ih' Barn. . . .
Sir. Charles Kreuter.
Cong Without Words The Bee's
Waltz The Nightingale Zeller
Medley Italian .Melodies . Rempezottl
The Star Spangle 1 Banner.
The Treasurer of the Kaplolanl Sln-
ternlty Home calls a Special Sleeting
of the Board of Managers and Trustees
on Thursday at 10 a. in. at the Kaplo
lanl Slaternlty Home.
This Is to notify the nubile In Ken-
eral that R. W. Sharp, formerly book
keeper In my employ has resigned his
position of his own free will and voli
tion, being succeeded by S. Decker. All
his dealings with the firm have been
08t business like In their character.
W. W. WniGHT.
IN THE riDrmr rntiDT nc tub odct
ft i. - .. "r. .. T. "i. . ,,to.w.
.tiLuii. lerrnory oi nawaii.
1 1 Wilson K Aih.ll
Notice it hereby glt,n rial
Monday, the s6th dsv of Auvu,
.D. iqt. at 10
o cluck a m , re and I ereby It appointed tor he r ng
said petition In the Court Room of this Court at
Honolulu at whkh tlmt and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause. If any they hast,
why said petition should not be granted.
Honolulu, Juy ee, ooi.
By tht Court t
. , . . . CEORGE LUCAS,
llut-Julysl.io Aug 6,u Cltrk.
Pound MaRtcp's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
3uly 18, 1901 One Sorrel horse,
branded VR on the left bind leg, white
stroke on forehead and blind In left
The above animal will be sold at
public auction on Saturday, August 3.
1901, at 12 noon.
closely after the little thlnzs that a
Jas. F. Morgan
-68 Queen Street
By order of N7 A. Gonsalves. Ad
ministrator of the estate of A. C. Pes-
tano. deceased, I will self nt Public
Auction at my salesroom, 65 Queen
WEDNESDAY,- JULY 24TH, AT 12
a fln residence lot on Slaklkl street,
ad'D'nlng the residence of J, Outler
kirn Eiti. and aboe the residence of
Kr W. H. Hoogs.
Th lot has a frontage of oior Ul
f"-t on Slaklkl stleet and Is 170 feet
Property w III be offered at an upset
prior of $5,000.
Terms CASH, depi at purchaser's
expanse sale subject to confirmation
by the Court.
Jas. F. Mopgan.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED ANn Pir.r.pn
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIV h-
our late scientific method applied to the
gunu..No sleen-DroducIne scents or
These are the only dental parlors la
Honolulu havlnir PATENTEn appi.t.
ArJCES and.lngredlgqts to fjtracllfll
aH'applrgild) crown: adj porcelain
iruwua uiiueciecaoie irom natural teem
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work ;
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS nt
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department in charge of a Special
ist Glre us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell lou in advance, exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX-
Raw Tttt tilt: eui
Cold Fillings SI.OO
Silver FIlllnHH JJOc
Our name alone will be a Guarantee
that your work will be oi the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
IL ' I
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