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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T THURSDAY. AUGUST IE.,1801.,,,
E. 0. HALL & SON
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
IJI 4 DM1
I m.i S 5
. 4- t-
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. S. 8lcrrn."
Call and See Them.
kimls of 'ricate Macnine Work.
AND MXCHINE CO.
SCHOENING & STEWART,
UNION STREET, NBAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 7'JI. P.O. Box 112.
Of - Artistic
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Come one and all whether
you wish to buy or not.
Between Merchant and Queen.
Tel. Main 358. P. O. Box 838
Manufactured from Pure
, distilled Waer.
Delivered frei to any part of
city by cnurteouj drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
c'L. BLUE 31JI
HOFFM4N 81 MARKHAM.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
CPIiCIAL ATTENTION TO
!25 cctitn, it the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
KulkuSt., near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
kMM&kiJiti ,n..V rtUtw" ' -i Wjarrj - -
DRANK SWIPES ill
i THE Hi IK
Another Nlolopa case enmc up for
trial In the I'ollco Court this forenoon.
Moko Nahulu was tho defendant and
.Mrs. HookaaLu tho complaining wit
ness. Tho charge was assault and
linltnrV- JJpvpn nr nttrht vltnfRflfH
Aero placed on the stand, nnd, the pro-1
potulerniice ol eWtlenco being In favor .
nt tho complainant, the defendant was ,
ioiiihi guilty an nncu iu nun cosm.
nigh Sheriti Hrown, who was conduct
lnz the iirosecutlon. wnnted the man
Itu Ijo sent to jail for tho full limit of
six months, and made the statement
that It ever there was a brute tinwhln
ped. the defendant is thu man. Ho
hail heeh twice convicted of assault
null battery, and the evldonco showed
that his last offense was assault and
battery on an old woman.
During the testimony It was brought
out that the delcndant has mado his
homo with his brother, the husband of
tho complaining w..ness, tor the la-.t
eleven years. Last Saturday the latter
gave a luau In commemoration of the
death of a daughter. A number of
friends were Invited and a consider
able amount of swipes waB drank. In
n little while everybody got gay, anl
the defendant said Airs. HookaaKu
went Into tho room, laid her head in
tne lap oi one of tho guests and begai
Kicking about In a manner unbecom
ing to a hostess. He remonstrated
with her, but did not offer to strlku
Tho daughter of tho complaining
witness says she saw the defendant
strlko her mother while: she was lying
down, trying to recover from the ci
fects of tho youth-giving" swipes.
At the conclusion ot tho case, tho
complaining witness walked up to
Judgo Wilcox and asked nlm to pleaso
confer on Nahulu tho degree of "O. II.
fahe did not want him In tno liouso
any longer. Tho Judge looked veiy
worried at thU evident mistake an to
tne duties or ins ouice and mid um
woman to delegate the honor to her
A new classification of natal ves
bcls has been provided for In an order
recently signed by President .McKlnley.
There are four new ratings besides nn
unrated class, consisting of destroyers,
torpedo boats, tugs, sailing Bhlps and
receiving feblps. Tho regular ratlngc
aie as follows: First rate, men-of-war
only 8,000 tons and above; second rate,
men-of-war of 4,000 tons and under
8,000 tons, and converted und auxiliary
vessels of 0,000 tons und above, ex
ceyt .colliers, refrigerating ships, hos
pital ships, distilling ships, tank
btcamers, repair ships, hospital ships,
and other vessels for special purposes;
third rate, men-of-war of 1,000 to 0,-
000 tons, nnd colliers, refrigerating
ships, etc.; fourth rate, all other ves
f.eU. Engineering News.
Tho Chicago News says that triplet)
are problems that can bo solved only
by tho rule of three.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
. C. ACH1 & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Bell --Real Estate U
all parts ot the group, '
We will Sell Properties on Reason
.FFICE, 10 WEST KINO STREM
Geo:- Haffner, ,
Jeweler 11 nil Wiitch maker.
Engraving on Gold. Silver, Ivory Etc.,
ROOM NO. 3, ELITE BUILDING.
M, 5 S
ll Jl.lt !
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Monday 19 4 14 i.l a? o it l l
Tldc3 from the United States Coast j
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier tbao at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tho
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., whleb
Is the same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musters of vessels sailing from tbia
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. 8. Hydrographle
OiTka located In the Merchants Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
uneflt free of charge, completo ten
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navlgatloi
and all matters of Interest to ocean I
Weather Burenu, Pimahou, August
15. Tcmpcrfature Morning mini
mum 09; Midday maximum. 85.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.98. Steady.
Dew Point C8P.
Hutnldlty nt 9 a. m. 73 per cent
Wednesday, August 11.
Am. bk. Diamond Head, Petersen, 1J
days .rom San Kranclsco.
'lliursday, August 15.
Sch. Concord, Mana, from Paautlo,
Wednesday, August U.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic. Klncb
Str. Lehua, Napala, for MoloKnl.
Str. Kalulani, Dower, for Hawaii.
Thursday, August 15.
Am. sch. W . J. Patterson, Weltknut,
for thu Sound In ballast.
SAILING THIS AFTUtXOON.
Str. lualanl, Green, for Mnkawell,
Walmen, Eleele, uanapepe, Kekaha,
at 5 p. in.
BIG ESTATE A88BS8MBNT.
The tax appeal court Is sitting this af
ternoon. The assessment of the Ka
plolanl Estate Is under consideration,
'the valuation of this ettatc was raised
$331,000 by. the assossor nnd the case
will bo vigorously contested by At
torney McClanahan this afternoon. The
(our sues leased by the estate to the
t'lanters' Association for nn experi
ment station was assessed before at
t3.200; this year nt K4.000.
Talk of Consolidation,
There In talk of a consolidation cf
K. O. Hall & Son and tno Hawaiian
Hardware Co.. the latter to be swal
lowed up In the former. Some of thu
stockholders of tho Hawaiian Hard
waro Co. are In favor of the propo.!
tlon, but others are not. and a more
satisfactory uasis will have to be ai
rived at before the schemo can bo
made a success. There will be a
meeting of K. O. Hall & Son this aft
ernoon for the purpose of considering
this very matter, and at that time it
will be decided Just what steps are
to be taken.
The Oahu Athletic Clith will have Its
lint regular meeting and election nf
otIUeiH this evening at the club house.
King street, opposite ilie depot.
After tho biihlncb's of the meeting
Is concluded an cxhlollion of sparring
will bo given by several well-Know n
local boxers. '1 he charter membership
roll will close this evening Just ho
loie the election of olflcers take-i
There will bo a big meeting of the
rcpresentnthcs'of the following base
ball teams In the rooms of the Hono
lulu Athletic Club this evening at 7:30
o'clock for the purpose ot forming
the winter league which was first told
of In the Dulletln not many days ago:
K. O. Hall & Son, Artillery, Custom
House, Judiciary, Capitol and Police.
The divorce BUlt of Ah Sam vs. Tom
Chan, her husband, was begun befoie
Judgo Gear this afternoon. K. 1.
llrool.g for complainant. Judge Davi
son for defendant.
Halllo Knnnni1 was granted n ill
vorco nom her husband today by
Judge Gear on the giound of extreme
Notice Sealed tenders for fi0")
feet of castlion bell and spigot water-
pipe appears under New Today.
"Why didn't she graduate?" "She
got mad over tho examiner hinting as
she thought at her age. He asked her
what great national event took place
In 18C0." Ex.
Will be received nt Ihe ofilco of tho
fiupcrlntendcnt of Public Works till 12
o'clock noon of August 19, 1901, for
C000 feet of cast Iron bell nnd spigot
water pipe, of good quality, tested be
fore delivery to an Internal pressure of
300 pounds per square inch, also six (C)
8-Inch alu-s to stand the same pres
BUio and to be delivered F. O. IJ. wbaif,
Honolulu within Blxty'(CO) days from
date ot contract,
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
J. H. BOYD.
"I ' "
18 6 04
AiU. in t'liii column will It interltd
ill IS ctuli a lint one interliun : -5
itnlt tiro Inrtrlivnt; SO ctntt out tctek; 40
etnli firo uetlt, it ml (10 ctnlf vm month.
Thit It Iht clitniittl nditrlitingtitrojftrtil
Hit ptvplt of Honolulu,
I IOIIN MALEV-Repalrtngandrollihlng. Ha-
wallan kuu calabash, plates and cocoanul
thfllj. NM mrtiitttle lor eoodi left ovtf lodfvi.
f44l""pBs, L,l,u- Honolulu; ijit-.w
I M ' b .bn.r i'ii.iii. nil ai' . iiti)' iriini i 11.
EMPLOYERS Nt.Jlnj R'h' Hlp rtjlttcr
ot Lharrr w llh 1 h. ? ll Emrlot m.nt Bui
.Magoon HnllJIny. Merchant ureel
MKUNSWICK OYSTER AND CHOP
House haarcor.n.i under new manaacm.nl
H v,npf. ttwrl ol King .t-. iq 6lf
ii- ui have
nou. lor rintor wiLttorrnla
houe. tee A.
l. Itliult. Coll.ctloni care'ullr
ar.nj.a 10 ana rromrt icmitt.j, utnee u Naa
humanu alrrrl i8oill
MOTIt-b The ernundi cf the A1xanitr Youn
' BullJlnc jinJ ih rnt H'tti f) tt known i
Bishop trrtt, fe cloi tn the rr,l until lurthtr
1 l8T!-ttno Strt AIxanJff Young BlJ
I MOI.CfclO BlLUtKN In Union tiwitiu.
I IN h WHITE SAND FOR SALE lull!
1 O LOAV
ftrio f r short Ome, on approved col
Address At., Uoxiy. 19 tiw
WIDOW at work, wi ts white woman )misc -keeper
care fl tw ihlWn, sate wares. dlrii
Mrf. E. Curd in. I. O.Bx ;t ioh-U
W 'ANTED COlLtCTOR (air salary and esy
lie v er lor light wAgon mist know Clt
SALESIALY lur dr guod, expe tence unnec-
OWL to ll.ht house wotk
mmI"U coti'LE for private family
STAfitE DOY and Coachman r-lva-e plire
SELE T imI'LOmlnt Otrici Maioon Uuhding,
Merchant and Alakea Ms.
llANTED-Younir married couple desires to t
V room (lih tath) KrilsheJ house, near center
of town. It possible. Would arrange to occupy for 1
teir nr more Address. "Doctor," P. O. Bos
WANTED A toslilon as cleik or bookkeeper by
an American )i earsofage. 6 ears expe
rience Will accept small salary to begin with. Ad
dress Walter trwlnthls office1 iqi6-iw
tremlcman. board anl well furn
' Ished rrm
Ished rfrt.m In rnvate family. No luncheon.
Addr-s "B" this office. qk w
WANTEt F rwl.u clii.r m.k.ra.
H J Nollt. Fori ilrtxt
WANTED A small fnrnltheJ cottazt nr room by
acoutltolthoulclillJrcn. SI.!. rrlc It. S.
(Bull.nn office 1
UANTLD-Wrll trokrn horw. lght .Nul 1050
vv It. AI,o two sated canopy top prlnrwat;
on. Ol. price anJ full Jescrlfllon. Bulletin ottic.
A Cf-IN'ESE COOK Jrtlrri rosltlon In KoJ (am-
lly lcourt.ou, lonckt ana talthlul. exceptional
rrf.r.nc... A JJrex. All Lhrn. ihl. oftlce. 1 i-i
WANtED-pM-ntr in ChUkih Rarch. AJJnt,
Minorca l'.arlCU, i?s-imo
IX ANTED To SfuUmmom) and Oi'alI)iov
vv lr. the latest sttes U'atcties tepaireJ by a
-we!er of n y.ars experience, C. DIETZ, fort St.,
ar Hotel. 1808-lf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND HOARD-Flrsl clasilable boarJ bv
the Jay or uak Brraklast from 6 ,1 1 8 t
Dinner, la lo 1 ; Suprtr,6to t Also turnlshej rooms
wttn or wlltnut boarJ, 59 Qeretanla at . between
t-url anj nuuanu. igiT-imo
RUOMS AND BOARD, newly anJ nicely lurnlsbeJ
mosjUlt r-ool, electric llehts , als best table
board obtainable Special orenlnj- rates, mums
1 1 50. ! ard fj r'l week. Helen's l.outt, adolnlni;
EIHe Building, on Adam's Lane, oil Hotel street.
le'ephone, White uoi. ioi- mo
Till: LANGT.JN, Klne Si., nesr South, nicely lurn
Ished rooms, and dining room In connection with
nouc. Table board Und.r management ot Mrs. H
S Herbert. iqc6t
PR RfcNT lour looms fnrnlsh.d or unfurnished
or furniture forale cheap, tin, view, Inqlre ma
kal Wa'klkl, corntr llaikttld & bpencer. ni6-iw
FOR RENT Mosquito proof room, suitable apart
ment for light housekeeping, cool and health).
Enquire at cor, ol Wilder and I'ensacola Sis n,-w
COR RENT Six room modern cottagd t nice yard
1 and location $tx per month Honolulu Intest
mtntCo..Judd Hu Idmg. Nil-It
CtlRNISIIEb Room, ftro i
' yiooo Vlnard -t.
TO LET .Mos.iuito-proof r om, lor genlteinan, Ot
II Collate Walk. School St. to o-tt
Nicely furnished and airy rooms at the
' Elite, it. Hotel street
COR RENT-Nice New Cottages of four room,,
1 kitchen and bath. King street K.patama, $10.00
and Si, ot per month Inquire in Fort M.. Room
S, at0 First National Bank. P. E, R. Strauch.
rO LET Nic. six-room cottage, on Lunalilo, near
P.nsacola street. Entmelt May, Judd Building,
TO LET Sell n House, well furnished rooms with
board. Young St , near Pllwol iBq,-imo
TO LbT-.SU room cottage, nsxt to Mormu
1 Church, porcellan bath, patent w c.;ctc. Ren
Suco. Arplytn A O. Cunla. Ill-
TO LET Two front rooms No. u Garden Lane,
A COTTAOE TO LET-FUe rooms Just off Walkl
s kl Road. Immediate possession. Rent t, 00
n inuiiui, nppiy uamway inice, runanou.
IF you rave
1 hojse. lall
house for rent, or want to rent a
A R I1INI1T. office ullh fluids
I'upiixmng Co , Campbell lllock, Merchant stree',
Telephone Main it, ig-tl
OFriCL-s TOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply 10 C. hrewer
Si Co , Ltd. i86i--mos
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALfc-The "Talull" as
-J she now lies In the harbor, She Is a nearly rew
boat. In perfect working order, and has been of late
used In towlngatKahulul Harbor. W. II. I'aln.
Callgraphlype-wrilcr.prlce 325 OO.
I Apply C En Chon,
nopron vruf co. lejo-sm
fi - Ifr
lut At Rivcriii tVarti. comminJinir iht fcii vfw
o(Ocjn ml Miuntiln Mi loti. all fronting u
street oi Cfjt'Jjt occupying nlJJlt lo nJ well
rurnhhri I or patticitar Apply to A. M. Putemkin,
FOR S'LE-Lot In McCully Trt,iax3, Sitoo;
Three Lots In Kipaitutu. 19.1014. It,, $1400
L-M on berettnu bt., ijcxji JuJi .mpAny,
Oftlce. No jot StinxenwAtl Bulliing Tel. Main
i.J' O 0t67. J'Sl"'
FOR SALE Coiner grocery store esUbllshti for
over tn years, hat Urge an J good patronage.
For further partlcuar apply by malT, Hllo, p o.b. 70.
LOR bALE blKlotscn Kapahutu RoaJ, Kalmukl
I Tract, cheap, on the installment plan. Apply
Emmett May. JidJ Builimg. i8t 1 -if
FOUND -On the rnrnlset or J. W Aternathr
batrJjv a lark h rs. 0rtr can hat sane
by paving all ?vpnss
rply 1 ear tre ivormon
c huicn I'qnvhMiwi nret
When the ship Emily Heed sails Icr
. .0 H mud. she will go In command of
Captain Daker. wltn i-irst Mate Mo
Donald, and Heconu Mate, Captain
Wallace of the Sea King.
Captain Wallace was compelled to
glt up his ship here to await trial.
Now that tho cases of tho captains
anil mates nave been put over until
October, ifley find that tney are fre
to do as they please, so that they aro
hero In tlnif for tlia trials. All or them
are out on bonds.
They have all gone to studyl ig
for.-ci.stt-- etiquette, and hereafter all
commands will be prefaced by a
pleistf. sir, hand a starboard for tho
man at the wheel, or "ll it Is not too
mmh trouble, will you gentlemen of
the forecastle l.Indly go aloft and lu-1
thij.'M upper topsails?"
Tliey do not want to have any liiore
tabM ot brutality carried about con
cerning them, so ate training their
volrej down to a conversational tone
with waich to gle commands.
An members of the crow found II-
relli t In uuty during the 11 In will be
given a tract to read. Any member
ot t!i- rew toiind diunk and unable to
attend, to his work through this cauHe
will be given temperance llteratme to
pnriiiie and wl be lectured by the
captains on tne duty the master owes
the man. In case or lustmorcimallon
on the part or any of the crew, the
matter will be left to thu rorecastl-s
hands for settlement.
MY VISITED SITE
The party consisting of Acting Gov
ernor Cooper, Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction Atkinson and 11 num
ber of others, that went down the
road day before yesterday for the pur
pose ot looking over the site for the
construction ot an Industrial school
lor boys, returned on thu evening train
Tne party remained ai me ainiua
hotel Tuesday night und at 0 o'clock
yesterday morning, stalled out for tho
piopuned site of the Industrial school
at a place called Walulee, a dile of
about eleven miles. The. party made
11 number of observations among which
the following are the 1.111st Important!
The area ot the land set aside for the
farm Is 773 acres, The toll is good and
there is plenty of water. The eleva
tion of the place runs to 800 feet from
sea level. The tract Is one mile wide
en the sea frontage nnd runs Inland
to a point, being triangular In shape.
The railroad runs through the land,
fcrty-three acres of whlih Is divided up
Into kuleanas. There Is good sea bath
ing .ttid splendid opportunities for
The party was very well satisfied
with the site and the Industrial school
will undoubtedly be built there when
there is money enough to go ahead.
Palnmn Heat " Tlzep. "
In a four Inning practice game play'
ed las.t evening between a nine from
the Advertiser office and the Palama
Uoaebuds the latter bested the print
era and pressmen to the tune of 9 to
- JHfr , M-ikMkahi
Jas. F. Morgan
11 88 Queen Street
On Friday, August 16,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, Go Queen street. I
will sell at Public, Auction n very large
quantity of goods to make room for
Articles to be sold consist of
Crepe, Grass Cloth.
Cambric Nettlna Dress Goods.
Cottonadci, Sacales, Dust Brooms.
Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery.
Thread, Shirts, Envelopes, Ribbons.
Corsets, Neckties, Clothing.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At my salesroom, Go Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by older of
MIIS. J, H. HUNT, two fine Jersey
Cows In perfect health and condition. 4
Jus. F. Morgan.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEn TH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Thete ore the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
nnd apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teeth
and warranted for tea years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN, All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of 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 SS OO
Gold Crowns SB.00
Gold Fillings 61. OO
Silver Fillings 80c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Street,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.