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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.
T., THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1901.
An Opportunity for Some Men
T .e brsk selling of the pat few wteUi has playeJ
' such havoc with our lines of size In NEGLIGEE
8H1RT6, ttut we have decided tliis week to offer
' you the entire lot at
CAME INTO HARBOR WITH
YELLOW PENNANT FLYING
Pilot and Customs Officers Prisoners
Suspicious Case Discovered
' X m ta .air l
Tesr lr II Ml
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CotumMa, 1901 Chnlnless , 675.Q0 r,, ,
Columbia, Chnln Wheel.., 40.00
Cleveland) from 35 00 '
Ramblers Irom ' 32 80
Htormer SS0I) f ,-
,.,. Joy Bird". ,. . . 10.50
B. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
PAUL R. ISENBERG,
C. F. HERR1CK,
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
135 MERCHANT STREET,
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
The steamer America Maru, a day
thead of time, as usual, arrived this
morning from China, and Japan. Sim
Sad good weather most of the was
ner, and brought several passengers
for this port.
On account of the iprealoucc of
plague In the Orient, the vessel's pas
sengers and crew wero put through a
moit rigid examination, which detain
ed the vessel off port an hour nnd
When the America Maru came Into
Ihe harbor It was seen that the jellow
flag' was still flying. A suspicious case
had betn discovered and so the vessel
was tltd up Inthe stream. A consul
tation Is being held and It will 1
about 5 o'clock beforj" the doctors de
cide what to do. The twenty-flvu steer
aire uassenecra for this nort are with
their baggage being taken to quarnn-1
tine. No one Is allowed on or off the
cssil The customs Inspectors Scan
Ion anil Doyle nnd Pilot Cameron nre
ptisoners nboard the mall steamer,
SHIRTS ) EACH
These are not Interior shirts not one of them.
Thty are of tine MaJra. sol II colors, full size, per-
1rt ftt t nnl -lnftr after th lift! thtno-t that fl
Koodshlrt always has, not ore Is missing, what are thev worth?
II we said that they cost us double what we now ofter them at, you would think
we were romanc.ne so we say ALMOST double. They really averaged us ?to.oo
a dozen. But no mattT-lf 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.
"Silver" Brand Collars end Cut fa.
WHITNEY X MARSH, LTD.
Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Road Wagons, Relivcry
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, har Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY 0. F. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Geld Aledafr Paris Exposition, 1900.
J. A, McKerran
FiNE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
awaiting the decision of tha doctors.
They may nil hae to go to quarantine.
The Ncsscl has but few passengers.
Tho steamer tins a quantity of
freight for this port uml her silling
tlmo has not .yet been set.
She will probably not leawi bcfnrs,
8 o'clock toinotrov morning.
PACKED ON FARM
Weather nurcau, I'unahou, July 25,
Temperature Morning minimum,
67; Midday maximum, 83.
llaromcttr at 9 a. m. J9.98. Steady,
Dew Point C8F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 3 Cpcr cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Julv
25. Weather clear; wind fresh NE.
Str. Helcne bound In,
Wednesday, July 24.
Am. sp. St. Nicholas. Drown, 52 days
Am. sen. F. M. Sladc, Sorcnsen, 48
days from Newcastle. Anchored out
side for Eleele.
Thursday, July 25.
T. K. K. America Maru, doing, from
Wednesday, July 24.
Str. Claud ne, Parker, for Maul
vStr. Maul, Dennett, for Hawaii ports.
1 Xnji sp. Sea King, Dowltng, for the
ouuau in uauagi. j .
1 Thursday! jury 25.
I Str. J. A. Cummins, Hearle, for Oahu
Str. Iwalanl, Orcene, for Hawaii
Str. Nuuanu. Thompson, for Ana
hala. Str. Makahl, Dennett, for Maul
Am. bk. Hadyn Drown, ABpluud, for
the Sound In ballast.
For Maul ports, per Str. Claudlcc.
July 24 L. Marks, Miss R. Ahu. Mrs.
M. Spencer, Theodora Richards, Miss
C. D. Castle, H. Giles, II. A. O. (lues,
Master Durnhardt, Miss U Cocl.ett,
Mrs. D. R. Vlda and child, a. ILJlolx
ertson. Mrs. 8. Kapu. W. Knland nnd
wife. Rev. W. Kulkahl, Mrs. J. P. Dins
and child, J. Ahulla, Jr., Mrs. Alice
Punl, Kim Sing, Tnn Van and Mrs.
For the Orient, per T. K. K. Nippon
Maru. July 24 Mr. Otsuko. wife and
girl. Miss Alden. Mrs. Weir, Dr. RF.
Weir, Miss Dora Keen. Miss Florence
Keen. Dr. W. W. Keen and A. L.
For Paauhau. per Str. Maul. July 24
Thomas Murray, '
City Boarder Tell me, did you ever
buy a gold brick. Uncle Josh?
Uncle Geehnw, of Hay Corners (dls
gustedly) Naw Hut I hev bought lots
of bricks I thought was gold'-UrooV
Fraah and Sntth -
SHREVE & CO., Sao Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
jurchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Janolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
jlec'jnJo those known to the firm, or "Ajwlil furnish satisfactory
jvftl-eBcet In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market tt Post 8ts., 8. F.
lDnstrattd CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
1 urgest nanuractory of jewelry ana silverware west 01 new iotK uy, ana arc
1 tiunusn special aesigns.
Uqktt U All Putt of the Island.
7. G. HKXRIQUES, PKQP.
Horses and Carriages
Fop Bxcur6l ns
'Jo the "Volcano or tho Mountains.
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&' LiA', '1 .iOfk.l JB1SsaDDjnmnjMVBVV'BjnjKBVr1BjMjMVBBanjRKBHKOa W. A-' I 'WPWW Ww-- - --
la excellent chance Is offered for ,v
SEB THE qOUNTRY.
Cszrjxgti Deet the S. S. Mauna Loa
rtf.'KathiB and take passengers overland
l Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Tbls la to notify the public In gen'
eul-that R.'W, Sharp, formerly book
keeper in my employ has resigned his
position of his own free will and vol!
lion, being succeeded by S. Decker, All
his 'dealings with the firm bnve been
most business like In their character.
W. W. WRIGHT,
Some say It Is hot air, but If you will
drop Into the Manufacturers' Shoe Co '
stare) on will bo convinced of It.
PROPOSALS FOR CANNED COOK
ED FRCSiH BEEF AND MUT
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Commencing today (June i;tlO all the
ci rs on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting with all Tiamways Cars.
Offlco of tho Board of Health,
Honolulu, II. T.. July 23, imi.
i Proposals will bo received at the Of
flee of the Hoard of Health up (o 12
o'clock noon, Wednesday, July Jtst,
1901, for furnishing tho Leper Settle
ment with I.lbboy's or Armour's Can
ned, Cooked Fresh Deef nnd Mutton
for the period of 11 months, ending
June 30, 1902.
The Proposals should be for Can
ned, Cooked Fresh Deef and Mutton
in one lb., two lb. and six lb. tins, to
be delivered within two months of the
tlmo when tho contractor receives an
order for tho goods, and the order for
the goods Is to bo for sped fled quantity
of say 20,000 lbs. of Canned, "Cooked
Fresh ncef nnd Mutton.
The Contractor Is to miko tho de
livery f. o. b. Island steamers.
All proposals should bo ' accom
panied by samples o'f tho goods on
which tho bid is made, and endnrbod
on tho buUide "Proposal for Cooked
KroshjUeef and Mutto'n," I
Tho' Doaul does not bind itself to
accept tho lowest or any proposal.
1899-3t Secretary Uoard of Health,
Atli. in (ii'i column mil If iiittrtttl
tit l' Cful$ a lint nut iiittrllmi : JS
ftul tico ?rtMrfiii; 30 ctnlt tint tctfk? JW
ctulitno irrtlt, nud VO emit out month.
Thi$ it Hit cheitjH aittrliihnjtifrojj'trtd
the Jitujilt ItvAolitli.
TOR S LE.
r.OR SALb-CatifEr.pl) yp.rl tt rrlc ,125 OO.
1 APF'j'C EnClWi H nnn Drug Lo , i1.b-iw
FOR SALE-Slxl). ii Kijik.a'u RJ, KfmuVl
Tract, chcip, uii mi )nj!tnirit (lin j;p'j
Emtnett May, JuH 13.M nf. . ilij'tt
MEW nntt-TRA1Fr) NllUCr wnulJ II. .run
li jtneaccmsnt ir vojfd Uk remanent potltlon I
lermsrea.onane.A u , ui c in ' t9MW
IF YOU HAVE haust for tt tor aM to rent a
house, k A K. Htndt. Collection careful y
atn4fJ toani prom.tly 'emlrtedl, Offict 115 Kia
humanu itrttt. lEtjftf
AM. MOORE. StnoerarhvnJ Tvpewiltln,!
to' kite J Kuom.t Campttii Di.Tet. MalniBi
NOTI(-fc Th trrounJ ct iht AIxanJr Young
BultJInjr, anJ the private a rrtt to tt known a
Dfihop street, art. tot(& to iht puHlc until further
nlfc llONtD WM. MLT II.
i8T?rno Supt A enanJer Young Hi,
MOIICE TO OUILDFKS-Tht Union ExpristCo
' haa WHITE SAND FOR SALE iMltf
UANTED-AiJ.-si of Lailes, Ute In all thai
vv freedom Implies especially Irom re Ig'on -4
Moth-r CfunJy thit will corrtroni with Gentlemen
likewise free. ieml(Tn muM eni ei cent silver
and two-rest atimp for List. Aitiur C. Evtrett. N-M ,
ereraj belivy. Sn Pern California. i"p.tw
COR SALE-At very ) prls. In Hil on Oil
lol at RlverslJr t iric, cim-nan Jin the tejt view
of Ocean ani Mountain Six lots, all frtrtngth
street, me cnttaeo oxUDyirjt irlJile kt at J well
turnltfwd. For part Ciljfl apply t) A. M. Po'emkln
RR SALE A phart w In -.ltn conJIMon. clitfi
lined Cotfijrjv. Harss cheap Injirt
of Mrs W. C. Weeim, 3 nrum St, or ra 8.
Mftdel It lock iJtT-tf
I OST A small lur -ir, jr- sCkllnln, littieron
L Walklkl or DfrtinH t til. FlnJtr ivitr
same at this office wlllx- v rari iw)tw
HIED 8Y (M
lANTEII CillemdQ wlht r,t-iUs fu-nUhed
" room. Plcaie lil patll ulart. tlixtn
"Eniiulrfr" this office 18 9-iw
A ANTED FumlBheJ house ot 6 rom oncir
line. NochlUren. AdJitisA., P O llo j...
IWANTtD O-nl for rnu-n-ma-e, two t),
room, fine Uble. KlnjSl eu lint. "H'
WANTEf Mat. ird lemal. workers for Domestic
po.lllons Select fcmpt ymenl office. Mellon
Building Or. ol Merchant snj Ale SIS
WANTED-Offce clerk (Mile or lerele) with
rrlvlicgi ot learning Ivpewrltlnr and salary
paid. Hoore I Magoon Dulldlns;.
DOOKKEEPERS, OFFICF CIERKS and lleht
u drivers wanted dally S 10 10 a. m !e.tEm
(lomentofAce, Macoon Building Cor. Me chtnt and
tlak a Sis.
WANTED, to correspond wlih a sensible, middle
a?d gentleman, by an attractive widow of refine
ment and culture, desirous of dojnest'c te Iclty.
fiehtteman must be congenlsl. have a comfortable In
ci me, anl be able 10 pruvhea god home. Mutt be
a t.al ab.l.lner tiom Uqjor, Address "Widow"
P. O. Box 718, Honolulu, T. H. No co-tesponlence
wantrd ihal Is not sincere. All commujlcat 01s held
strictly conHd.titlal. iiya-tf
A DESIRABLE PARTY with Stecocc cash wishes
" to purchase house and lot cljse to town Bal
ance payable on easy terms Ap.ly. II. J.P O.
Uox 8,. 1888-1I
WANTED To SilL jEWtiar and Vatchj
,v In the latest styles Watches repaired by a
tsweler of j years experience, G. DIE IZ, Fort SI ,
near Hotel. i8c8tf
According to a navy order many
of the officer! joja J :'bi Philadelphia
IU be detacUe-1 trout thAt fesjel on
her return to 3 in FranclMO. Those af
fected by the order are as follows:
Pay Inspector J R Stanton,-detached
from the PlilUJWphl-i on reporting
of his relief, and U th:r return home.
settle his account J.r J wait for orders;
Paymaster L. C Ktir detached from
the Ion a Autfu.it ltt, and to the Phlla
dclpbln about Auuet il: Paymajter'j
Clerk J. J. D-yie, dtjched from tha
Philadelphia ai.fttvt elr-rl:. home and
appointment revjkel. Paymaster'
Clerk O. O. Haakeit detached from fat
Philadelphia, lirat and appointment
ROOM AND BOARD.
tO Lr I
TO LET Vrrv desirable cot age r'sldenct. sli
rnrtma panv and bathroom j sanitary arranse
m-nts ih'ou tiuut ; lfnlhed of unf irnlhed J near
Hunatiou Coltek AdJr s to ' O" this office,
TO I ET Imniihed rooms, board If desired. 619
Hotel street. 1 8971 w
LET Nice stroori cottatra. on Lunalllo. near
Pcniacila street. Etimtft May. Judd Duildinz.
- ,B'" ..
fO LET Fefi n llture, well furn'thed ronms with
1 board. Young M . near I'llkfl i8gtimo
TO LET A store at the Territory Sttbles. Imulro
at Ihsotfi.. i8Hj-sw
rO LC T Three newlv fjrn'thed rooms, moqulti
rof and cool, MacklockAve, between Plikol
and Ke'aumoku iSer'tf
TO LET SU room collate, nevt to Morm.n
chirrh. porcillan both, rutin! w c, etc (tent
Steco. ApplytA G Cu-ra. 88i mo
COR WENT- Store and l rooms cottage partly tur-
nUtH-d. No a t, School stlret curlier Athl Lane,
Apply L h Asbahr. Hollmann Saloon iRS.-lf.
fO LET-Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
A COTTAr.r TO LfcT-1 Ire rooms JuVt off Walkl
kl Road. Immediate possession Rcntlro
a roonth. Apply Tramway Office, I'unahou.
TO LETThe Vlda Villa Is now under Ihe manage
ment ot Mrs D S Reld 'fcly furnished rooms;
table board can be had on arrllcatton. i8rq-mo.
TO LET ! jo Wilder Av.nue, Putuhou, New
' House t rooms, t brdr-ioms, porcellan bath,
pan'ry, etc. Address W. If th'sutice. iBtj-tf
CURNISMED POO A DURING SUMMFR for one
or two laaies. suitarie tor leaders attending
summer school Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." this office. sSea-tl
IP you bave a house for rent, or want tn rent a
house. ,rall on A, R IIINDT. office with Oulde
Publishing Co , Campbell Ulock, Merchant stree.
Telepho te Main tte ilji-tr
OFFICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. addIv to C hrewer
St Co , Ltd. l86i-)mos
OFFICES FOR RENT Four larga rooms now
occupied by Malor Robinson as Quartermaster's
offices In Progr.st li o k.'wlll be lor rent after June
10 The ro-ms will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S kaf Progress Block , iu-ll
FOR RFNT An eight rodn Cottage. All rrodern
Improvemetts. Two minutes wa'k from Tram
way. Inquire a- the M'nt or Favorite Saloon 890 tf
FOR SALf-- t sectl-ns ot drr-p curtains for vcr
ar,da new, 'fit anywhire, Atklnsone-Room '8
A'aguot Buli.l'ng '
CTEAt LAUNCH DR SALC-'he "Tolula" as
' she now ilia In the h.rWir She is a nesrlv new
boat In perfect working orde, and has b,en of late
ustd In towing at KahuulHatbor. W II Han.,
FOP ' A I' .Have ' 1st received s lot ol new and
M0-d iiti -.mltn-l'remler'ype-wtlters, which
rrefn-stL ot - t. An unusual clunco 'or se utl.ig
a -rij ,nlth-et michioe Vashlnglon L ght Co.
(Oil ' tO'vaand liton Kinau stteet, yxieo
1 Prlc $1 Boj, part cash, part mor gage. Apply
60 Kukul street. i'g-iw
FOR SALE Coiner grocery store ettabllsh-d for
over to yesrs, has targe and good patronage,
Tor fur,her panlcu'ars apply ty mail, tllio, p o b. 10
ADMINISTRAlOR'3 SALE OF VAL
UABLE PAL ESTATE.
Pursuant to tntl py virtue of an Or
der this day m-iit In and by the Cir
cuit Court of the Ftr-it Judicial Circuit
In the matter of th: Estate of Makanoe,
deceased, tliu imiljrelgnetl will offer
lor salo at iiuMip auction on Thurs
day, August I5'h 191. at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front clr of the Judici
ary Ilulldlng (n K-molnUi, Island of
Oahu, all, Hi it crta!r. parcel of land
sltuata on Mil -Kl street, near Here-
tanla street Hor.iltdu aforald.
uounuca ami cevriijea as iouov.s:
"Comment In,; at a point on MaklUI
steot bearing H 23 tr.ln. 35 sec. E.,
true, 200 feet frjm the East corner of
Klnau and M.ildk streets and ninnlns
N. 13 mln .'.5 ht E trus, lift feet
along Mnl.llii i.'tet't,
8. 40 mln CO ri. E.. true. S20 feet
along tho ri-mainic; portion of KoaI
Pntent 6.305; tUuc
S. 50 mln 3t s. V, true. S2 feet
along land inrtxmr!j ot J. S. I.emon;
S. IS mlc 2T r.Q-W. true. f,S feet
aloiiB said lantl 'ortaerl) ot J. S Lem
on ; thence
N. 47 mln. 7 r.' V. 220 feet along a
part ol' Royal P-xtec' 0 303 and Grant
3,1u to ti.e Initial point; contalnlnir
nn nrea of l-ll-idu Acre. being a pot
tlun of Itoyal Patont Number O.JOS.
L. u. A. bo aud F,al Patent Grant
Numbor 3,106 "
TERMS OA3H. Deed at the e
penso of nurchTsi-r Sale subject to
confirmation by the Court.
Dated July 21 1501
. r SAilLKL-,!). WOOW.UV,
Administrator vii ti Will annexed
of tho Estato of Hiltanoe deceased.
1899 j illy 25, 29, Atlj. 2, 5. . lS.'H
Tenders wl.r bt received at the of
flco of the Iloird of Commissioners.
Honolulu Fire Diunrttnent. until 12
o'clock ra. the 27tU day of July. A. D,
J901, for.tho furnishing and Installing
of a Flrli Alarm Telegraph System Tor
the City of Honolulu.
Specification-, anil Map Indicating
location of Iioxim may be seen at the
office of the- Doii'd of Commissioners.
All tendeni taaat be dUtlnctly mark
ed "Tenders for voastructlon of Fire
Alarm Tolegrapl. Sjntem." t
Payment to In- made after such sys
tem Jh Instnlled imnbHed and accept
ed by the Ilo.ird of Cominls3loners,
Payment to Ik n.ade In caU or by
reslstcrcd wirnmt 3ft!ie Treasurer
Tho Hoard of Commissioners do not
bind thomuelven to accept the lowest
or any bid,
KENNETH R. O. WALLACE.
Secretary Hoard of Commhisloiiers
Honolulu File Department,
J. II. BOYD,
Supt, Public Woi lis.
Honolulu, H T July 23d. 1901.
Jas. F. Morgan
, AUCTIOTtEBR AND
-6B Queen Stpeef
ON FRIDAY, JULY 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. IVU
At my salesroom, 61 Queen.(reet, I
will sell at Pubic Auction, by order of
MON8. POTIER. the lolloping ery
old and very choice Japanese curios:
1 piece Satsuma ware. Chinaman
and boy,, 330 years old.
1 Dronze Bird. 210 yeats old.
1 Dronzo Jardlnler.
1 Qronzo Vase.
1 Cloisonne Vase.
1 Satsuma Vase.
1 SHI: Screen.
1 Silk Screen.
1 Silk Screen.
1 Geisha Olrl Statue.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OF " f
ON SATURDAY, JULY 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK' NOON,
At my salesroom. 03 Queen street, t
IH sell at Public Auction n few
choice Drown Leghorns and other
Jas. F. Morgan.
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 warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. A work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department in charge ot 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 what
your work will cost .by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SROO
Gold Crowns ,.'... SS OO
Gold Fllllnfio '. $ OO
Hllvcr Fllnj f$Oc
wjpBgcngJi j. Lu, Y III Jr
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will ba of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Rom 4. Elite Building, Hotel StreeL
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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