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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.T., TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1901.
Columbia, 1901 Chalnlesa $78.00
Cotumbla, Chain Wheel 40.00
Cleveland from 3S.00
Ramblers from 39. BO
Jay Bird 10.00
B. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
1 PAUL R. 1SENBERG,
C. F. HERRICK,
CBAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
Surreys, Phaetons, Bupgies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy and Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all linds and sizes. Axle Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats, Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, hair Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horhe Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
1 II V
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. F. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
'To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
jbrshased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Jtaolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
ielec!jn to those known to the firm, or u,1,3 will furnish satisfactory
lelei-ences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market t Post St., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
ft largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and ar
prrrm t furnish special designs.
Jrt- "'""f-irT ? Vt w FAT PACKED IM VtRYlAnoEAriD
aaasriTJrcTriol will rr? ih"- treriFt"-- 1
Weather Bureau, Punnhott, July 30.
Tcmpcrnturc Morning minimum.
74: Mlddajj maximum, 83.
JJaromcter at 9 n. m. 29.93. Irregular.
Dew Point 65F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 62 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
SO. Weather clear; wind fresh NE.
Tuesday, July 30.
Schr. Ilol) Hoy, from Pearl Hlver.
Str. Iwalanl, Orcenc, from Monokna-
Str. Walaleale, Plltz, from Knual.
Am. bk. Albert, Grimths, 16 days
from San Francisco.
Am. bk. Manna Ala, Smith, 18 days
from San Krnnclsco.
Monday, July '.9
Scbr. Kn Mol, for PajiJllo.
Schr.- Twilight, for Ilinalcl.
Schr. Malolo, for lUnalcl.
Schr. Mlllc Morris, for Koolnu.
Am. bk, Coryphenc, Urlndlay, far
the Sound In ballast.
Stmr. James Makce, Tullett, for K.v
Str. .Mokolll, Dennett, for Kalau
Tuesday, Ji.ly (0.
Str. Klnau, Clarke, f.ir Hllo nn.i way
SAILING THIS AFTERNOON.
Str. V. O. Hall, Thompson, for ICimI
lit S p. m.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul, nt
Str, Lehun. Napala, lor Maul ports,
at 5 p. m.
Schr, lllanche nnd Ella, for Hnnalel,
at 4 p. rn,
Str. Kauai, Ilrulin, for Kaainpall
and Kan, at 4 p. m.
1'nr Ullo ai'd way rorts, nc- sl,
Mn tu, July 30 Miss C. H. Y-rkt Mlti
J. T. lfatis, Mliu 13. Cooko, 1). ICvili.V
ru; "iml wife, Dr. P. V. I'rcar ana wife.
.Mi if. J. T. Tarbcll, Mls A. H. V.in
L'fcrlln, Robt. Hall, Hon. J. U. Ka.i.'ii,
Rev. S. . Kekuewa. W.ilC!.' Ullliiif.
lam l.'uruld Dillingham, . II. lu-.iu',
A J. Alexander, Mrs. C. W. 0.ul.rr
oerfi r.ra child, II. H. Coaler. W A
Vd V Miss K-uo Kwahki H. II
Poepoc, b T Dilllugliiim C. lUddn
key and wife, Il.irry Moore, A. W, Car
ter, II. T. Battelle, J. P. 3uon. Mis J.
Kong. Miss Mnry Wllion, Mrs, E. Hal
loi.bcck, W. E. Dfl'.iveuux, Jus. Dick
nell, Dr. E. L. IIutchltiBon, A. L. Young,
V. F. Draper, Jr., J. It. Thompson.
Cbas. Young, S. M. Spencer.
From Hawaii, per str, lnatanl, July
30 V. A. Schncfer and Bon, T. Murray
and T on deck.
For Maul ports, per str, Claudlne,
July 30 H. P. Baldwin and family,
Lucy Adams, Nina Adams, J. Guild,
Dr. L. E. Cofer, Hon. G. P. Kuurnaka
0le MUs M. L. Perry, Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Miss Carilo Green, Miss
Khtula Green, Geo. 1). Schneider, Mrs.
G. D. Schneider, C. M. Cooke, Geo. II.
Robertson, Mrs. II. Aipe, Mrs. Ahulll
and two children, J. P. Cooko
Kor Vancouver, per C.-A. 3. S. Mo
nna, August 1 J. M. Dnwsctt. wife and
three children, W.-O. Smith and wife,
Miss Kutherlne Smith, Mrs. T. H. Ho
bron. Mrs. S. Thompson, J, F. Morgan,
W. F. Dunn, A. McKlbbln, Mrs. Dow
sett, A. R. aullachson, Mrs. Sarah P.
Felcherson. C. V. Smith. Miss Delia
Grlswold, Mrs. Clapham, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennlson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. McLen
nan, Elizabeth Mackenzie, W. J, Low
rie and wife, Chas. Hustace Sr., Miss
Hustace, H. Shark. C. T. Conrad, R. C.
Lydecker, J. E, Pope, Mrs. Ellis, A.
Holmes, Allan White nnd wife, P. H.
C. Ryan S. R. Ramsay, R. Loughtcr.
E. de Sllva, C. D. Drown, Man). Hue.
D. C. Spencer.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. 8.
City of Peking, sailing August 3 Miss
Fond, Leonard nnd W. 11. Greenwell,
Austin Jones, Alice II. Jones, A. F.
Glinilan. F. E. Rlcbaidsou, Miss May
Kluegcl, J. Emmclutli and wife, Ren-
ton Hind, Wm. Haywood, Miss Imogen
Roger, Mrs. Chas. T. Wilder, E. 11. Hay.
tl. S. X., Jus. KIrkland, R. X. llnlstead,
Miss W. Peters, J, A. M. Johnson, E. CJ.
Smith and wife. Miss W. Smith, A.
Caro, Mrs. J. H. Sopcr.
--MANY KINDS - -EXTRAORDINARY
H'VT ! of dollar and a quarter Corsets for
H AT ! of two dollar Corset- for
HAT I of three dollar Corsets for
Doesn't sound as if it could be true, do.s it ?
BUT IT 18 THUG, AS WE INVITE VOU TO DISCOVER THIS .MORNING.
There are several hundred of them these Corsets in eighteen differ
ent styles ; nnd none of them were ever before sold for less than a
dollar and a quarter. Reason why they're so cheap ? Fact Is we
have too many. Free to confess that. Everybody makes mistakes
in buying iometime, and we well, we must pay the piper."
Come in and see them, it will be strange enough if you don't find
tome among them that will lit you as comfortably as the proverbial
old shoe, and fit you without sacrificing stylishness, either.
Whitney & Marsh,
f .Iff, in this column will be inserted
at 15 mils i Jim out interliua ; -5
vent$ ttro inter! hn; 30 rents fine werl; 40
cents tuo neeh nnd CO cents one month.
This is the cheapest ndttrtising eier offered
the peoptr of Honolulu
IF YOU HAVE a ho-nf (or re tor want In rent a
houw, we A. H. Illndt. Collrdloru cartful y
at'tnJfd toaslr"m,tly rtmltttJ, Office n Kta
humanu ilrret iBqi'ft
NrOTlOE The ground of the AlexanJr Youns
' HulMlnj;, and the private a reet to be known as
Dlshon street, are rlost J to the ruHtc until further
otic IsiGNttj WM. ML'Tc H, fc
iSiMmo aupt. A'eitanJer Tnung in ',
'OOTICE TO BUtLDERS-The Union Express Co,
hit WHITE SAND FOR SALE tMHf
WANTED TO RENT for a mm of yeara. a tor
In builie tart of town Hotel or f ort Uriels
preferred, Will pay rent montiYy In advance.
loitMw' Uulhtln Office.
ANTED Immillately. to can late tlacksml'hs
anJ iwo joJ helpers, Inquire of W W.
Wrlgh. King and Sotth atrnt, i cjoo-jt
UASTbD-AJ'rrss of Ladles, free In at that
v freedom Implies especially from rulekm ard
,Mothr Grundy thit will corresfond with den lemen
like le free. Gentlemen must send let cents silver
and lvorentttmpfor List. Arthur C Everett. N-M ,
enrrai uriivwY, nin ii'cu i m ti". u-pw
tW ANTED Energetic workers to distribute adver
" tls'rir. such as clr:utrs. samrlea of merchan-
4'se, e.( for American manufactures, lermane t
occupation; good pav. Wne for particulars f
U13l"IIHIir.KS C V'C,
so W 6th St., New York. U. S. A.
1BB8-BI JLly ll.lft IQ.tl.sO.V. uga.o,
(1ANTFD Gent'eman Hlshes first-class furnished
v room. Please state particulars. Address
"Enquirer" this oftice. 8,o-iw
1 ANTED runlhed house of 6 rooms on car
W (ne. No children. Addirss A., P. O. Uox jtu.
VAANltli (-nt for room-mate, two teds, ftne
room. line tat e. KnrM car line,
XANTED Male and female workers fur Domestic
positions Select rirpl yment office.
Building Cor, of Merchant and Alakea Sis,
AST CD-Office clerk (Male or Female) with
rrlvlleee of leanlne ttprwrltlnr and salaiv
.. ' --.. .. .. .r. -
pau. Koom 9 ma goon uuiijing
BOOKKEEPEKS. orFICt- CIERKS .ni llshl
Jrlv.n w.nud dally S In .a a. m. SvIkI Em
,lmtnenloffirr. Ma coon buddtnc Ctr. Mcchtnt inJ
FOR SALC-Nw in tMoni-hinl Smith Prtmltr
tie.-wrlf trt fir til. or r.n. All mjk.r.n.l,j.
Wotimtlon Llht Co. ivoi-il
FOR SALE A pj)lnz roomlni; houte ani Jon
ton c.l. prlc. rtnoniblt. Apply ty letter "t"
Bulletin Olt-.i lociw
FOR SALE-Ci:iriphip.-wrl'r.rrlc.25 0O.
Apply C En Ch'n. Hobron Drug Co. i3,6im
FOR SAlE-SIloHon Ktp.ltulu Ro.J, Kilmulcl
Tficl, chtij, on th Installment plan. Apply
Emmelt May, Jill Djildlng. iliftl
FOR SALE Corner eiocery store, establlshtj (or
over Iwo V"iim, has larrt an4 good patronage.
For further particulars apply by mall, Hllo, p.o b. ?o
COR SALE- At very low prices. In Hllo town One
l lot at Rlvsrslde fark. commandln the best view
of O.eananl MKntaln. Six tots, alt fronting the
street, one cottage nccupylnj? middle let a.d well
furnlshid. For particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln,
Hilo. 18 g tt
COR SALE A phaeton in excellent condition, cloth
1 lined. Coti,t) mw. For sale cheap. Inquire
of Mrs W, C Weei.n. Bingham St., or room I.
Model Block i8i.-tl
LOS I .
OST BKhop & Co'. Siting's Bank Book iris
-. Finder plesve return to Bank 1903-,!
I OST A small fur cape, green silk lining. either on
- Walklki or Btrelanla St told. Finder leaving
same at this ittr wul receive re.r I m-)iw
GROCERS SHOWN HP J
ANTED To Stu Jewplrt and Watches
In the latest tlvlet. tch terjalred bv
lewcier oi i years experience, u,vieia, ron.-ii,
near Hole! 1B08-1I
KOOM AND DOARD.
TO .r 1
"In Germany," kald the Mnn-Wlio-Had-Iicen-Abroad,
"they have shoes
made of wood." That's nothing,"
spoke up the I'eaco Disturber.. "In
Canada they have Bnow bboea."
Change In Sailing Steamers "Mokolil"
Tho steamer "MOKOI.I1" will ills
cnntlnuo ninnlns nflcr Wednesday,
Tho steamer "I.KIIUA will (.all ev
ery Monday at 5 p. m. for Halawa. I'o
Ichunii, Wallnu and Kblnupnpa; ro
turning, will arrive In Honolulu Tuna
day nlRhts. Will sail on Wednesdays
for Kaunalialml, Knmnl6, Pulsoo, Kti
halopalaoa, Kannapall. l.almlna ami
Olowalu; returnliiB, will nrrlvo In Ho
nolulu Sunday mornings.
WILDEK'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OITICES FOR RENT-The-e art two suites
ot two and three room each In the from part,
and two suites of two a ms each In the back part of
the mw building on Alekra s reel just makal n the
Picliic Club, that now rrmaln I" be 'aken. and those
are the only ones Mt. A most eccellent cellar ot Pox
40 that may well be used fur storage, completes the
available space in the tui'dlng foor-laln parti
culars abc ul this rrotl rx.eil.nt business location call
and tee ai their ofttces on Alakra street. ppntite ihe
runaing, wrt. iivniy vt nowarri anj n. i.. niuii.it.
FOR RENT Mce New Coltagrt of four roimt.
kitchen and hi h King street KapaUma, $10.00
and lit 'o per month iripilre )i6 Tort St.. Room
i3, abote First National Rank. P. V. K. Strauch.
TO LET Verv detlratle cottage residence, six
rooms, pantry and bnthroom ; sanitary arrange
mentt throu .bout ; furnished or untarnished ; near
I'unahou College. Address to "O" this office,
TO LET Punished rooms, board If desired, 610
Hotel street. iSotmw
TO LET Nice six-room cottage, on Lunallto, near
I'tnuota street. Emm.ti May, Judd Dilldlng.
Hlto. Hawaii, June 7, 1901.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased hern la Hllo a Jar of your Pin
Money Pkltiej (put up by Mrs. E. O.
Kldd, Richmond, Va). It brought me
great trouble, and one ot three things
1. You muu stop making them; or,
2. I muJt jet them at less expense;
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my tlrat venture I've had many
'Jars." My family from early morn cry
Tickles;" neighbors ring the door-bell
and shout "Pickles;" relatives visit me
In expectation of "Pickles." Your
pickles are my Nemesis. Plense, Dear
Sirs, quote them by the Keg. Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and "pre
Yours very truly,
To Lewis & Co ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
rO LET Sett n Houte, well furnished rooms with
board. Young St , near PIIk-.I tlM-imo
rO LFT-A store at the Territory Stables. Inqulre
l atlht om:-. tS&j-iw
TO LE T Three newly furn'shed rooms, moqull
rronf and cool. Macklock Ave . between Pllkol
and K'eeaumoku. tSovtf
TO LET Six room collage, next to Mormon
churrh, porcellan bath, puttnt w c. etc Rent
Ssco. Apply In A (,. Cuitia, 886- mo
POII ULNT ST,.,.. an1 , r.inmt cotlair. Mrllv tur-
nl.hed. No. ait. Schm.l street corner Aihl Lane,
Apply L ! Asbahr llonmann Mloon ipa-lf .
IHE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OB NEW YORK.
fald to Policy Holders since iSfo for Death Claims, $24,373,469.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608,27
DlvlJtndsanJ Surrenders 13,699,134.37
EMMET T MAY,
Marker for Hawaiian Isl-nJs. JUDD BUILDING.
Bulletin 76c per month.
Second Battalion First Regiment, Na
tional Guard of Hawaii.
Honolulu, II. I., July 25, 1901.
1. Companies "0", "C" nnd "IJ" nro
hereby ordered to assemble at tho
Drill Shed, Tuesday, July 30, 1901. nt
7:30 p. m. for drill and parade; uni
form, whlto trousers, legglus, blouso
2. Company commanders nro cau
tioned not to grnnt any excuses oxtopt
for good and sulllclent renbous.
3. A report showing tho names nf
tho members present and absent, giv
ing tho causo, If 'any, of thoso absent,
is required from each Company by tho
Battalion Commnnder not later than
August 1st, 1901.
By ordor of J. M. CAMAltA,
, Major Commanding.
B. II. WIHOHT,
First Lieutenant and Adjutant.
rO LET Two front rooms No. u Gardtn Lane,
A COTTAGE TO LET-rive rooms )usl off Walkl.
kl'Road. Immediate possession Rent $1100
a month. Apply Tramway Olfke, I'unahou.
TO LETThe Vlda Villa Is now under Ihe manage
ment ot Mrs D S Reld. Nlcetv furnished ruoins;
table board can be had on application 1879-100.
Jas. F. Morgan
-68 Qtuea 8tPa
Piano For Sale
PINE J & C.FISCHER PIANO
In good condition. COST l3co,
WILL DE SOLD FOR 5joo, at my
salesroom, : : 65 Outen street.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FERNS and PLANTS
ON WEDNESDAY,. JULY 31, 1961
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At mv salesroom 65 Queen St. I will
sell at Public Auction a large and select
assortment ot FERNS and PLANTS of
Jas. F. Morgan.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
TO LET J.7.s Wilder Avtnue, Punahou, New
House s rooms, t bedrooms, porcellan bath,
pan'ry, etc. Address W. B ih'sOltice. iBiytf
IF you tiav. a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, call on A. R. KINDT, ofi.ee wlih Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street,
Tetephoie Main n. tS.t-ll
OFDCES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building. Queen
street, on reasonable terras. Apply to C. brewer
& Cn , Ltd. i86i-tmos
OTFICES FOR RENT Foul targe rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson at Quartermaster's
ohlces. In Progress ll.o k, will be lor rent alter June
)o The ror ms will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. "esky, Progress Block iB'.-lf
FOR Rb.NT An eight room Collage. An molern
Imnoements. two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inqjlre ai the Mini or ravurlle Saloon i8i If
FOR SALE T secthnt of drop curtains for ver
anda, new, fit anywhere Atkinson Room 8
S"TEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE- he "Talula" as
she now lies In Ihe harbor. She is a neatly new
boat. In perfect working orJe', an I has bten ut late
used In towing at Kahu'ui Harbor. W H Pan.
FOR SALE Three lots In Kapahulu trad, ig.oto
square feet, Siivi Lot in Puunul tract, ttjero
square feet, S i too. JUDD t COMI'sNY. Telephone
tti. iwain. umci.tsT at.nge waiu uuiiuing. r w.
Box , Honclulu T, H, tyto-ll
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil .lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wcIIk
as there nru In the State, yielding from
50 to 230 barrels per day.
Cunt i act pilces for nil at tho Coal
lnga wells. 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-rive? producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
ninko your unit calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
ItB Infancy, yuf many fortunes have
been'mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many inoro
will bo made In tno near future.
Tho avorago advance on original
sales of oil stock in twenty leading
companies in California has been fiom
?1 to $108 per share
Oil lands hao advanced from S1.25
to $1,000 and (2.000 per acre.
When tho l'aiinc Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will have the
somo show for even a greater advunce,
as some oil stock has advanced from
I to 1. GOO per share
Tho Pacific Union OH Company has
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo that the money derlvod
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tno development of
Kor turthcr Information, apply to .1.
H. 1'ISHEH & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
nolo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union OH Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
It you wunt to buy a first class, guar
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for the same
article In New York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO 8UPPLY CO.
and ask to see their reduced stock,
No More Dread
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIV he
our late scientific method applied to the
R u ras. io slecn-nroducliiir acpntB or
These are Ihe nttlv rlentnt norlnm In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctccable from natural teeth
nnd warranted for ten vrari ivitii.
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. AH work
none by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special-
isr.. utve us a can, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
Will tell VOU In flrlvnncn nvnMlv wh.t
your work will cost by a FREE EX-
Set Teeth SB OO
Gold Crowns . i $8.00
Gold Fillings 81 OO
Hllver Fillings T.ROe
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite. Building, Hotel Street,'
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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