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EVENING ninXETJN, HONOLULU, H. T., THUHSDAY AUGUST 22. 1901,
E. 0. HALL & SON,
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TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
OFFICES OVER HAWAIIAN TRUST CO.
E7.DT CTDTCT VAMEHOU.BTtl.,MAIN I,
rUttl OintLI. orilCETEL.MMN J4.
and Juvenile Bicycles
' per "8. 8. Slerrn."
Call and See Them.
Motor, Carriage and Machine Co.
(ind nil ktmlH of Intt'lciitc Mnchlnc Wurlc.
We Want Your Work.
SCHOEN1NG & STEWART,
UNION STRUCT, NliAR IIOTLL.
Intone Blue 721. P.O. Box 112.
um JUS? Jw V9flk2sVVIE '
THE AGENTS' LOSS.
FINED FOR CONTEMPT.
We beg to announce that on
August 24. 1901, we shall sell
AT FIVE CENTS PER ROLL.
',lunt to make your acquaintance.
We havo laid aside enough OOOI) PAPER to coier Kilty Ordi
nary Rooms, and will sell enough fur ono room to eaeh'cii8timer
whilci the lots lasts.
Our entire stock of regular goods will lie subject to 10 ills
ruiiut mi this day only nnil )ou are ml vised to come early and
Hold the rusii.
SALE BEOINS 9 A. JV1.
Saturdny, Auut 24. IQOl.
ALAKBA STREET NEAR MERCHANT.
The losses to the Insurance lotn
jmiles by the Stock Yaids lire as dl
tided among the ugents Is us follows;
Henry Waterhouse S. Co,. JUSOO. V,
6, Irtrlu & Co , ti,000. Gear, I-nnsltig
Co.. $J0U0, liiuce Curt right, $1,
100, lllshop & Co, $JU0'J, T. II. t)Jles
t nt 'frnnn i- i,- nialm,, tonnn. u At
ion olt. 12000: F. S. Peachy '& Co','
COOO. Total. $33,000.
Deserting 8pllorn Arrested.
four men from tho transport Solaeo
.xnd three from the British ship Kin
toss were arrested yesterday after
aoou and evening on tho charge of Je
ll rt Ion. and this forenoon they were
jut aboard their respective ships, both )
fi which are leaving louay. unu or.
Iho meu was captured jesterday attet
loan with his bag and Ijaggage, siow
tag that ho had no Intention of toturn
aig to his ship. The taptme of tli
tieu resulted in tho receipt of quite
a Imndsomu reward by the iifllceri
ho had the good fortune to dlr-cuwt
llajnknwa, a Japaneso, walked about
tho l'ollco Court room this morning
w Ith his hat on and when remonstrat
ed with by one of tho police officers,
refused to rcmnio his lop dressing Ho
walked In front of the benches as f he
owned tho place. Judge Wilcox Issued
n quiet order, the Japaneso was grab
bed by the shoulder by Officer Toma
and before he Jincl time to consider
what had happened, he was being led
downstairs to a cell to serve two hours'
Imprisonment for contempt of court.
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First Quarter of the Moon on the
ilBl Ul V.im p. 111.
'Weather Ilureaii Ptinahou, August
22. Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, s5.
Barometer at 9 n. ra, 29 OC. Falling.
Dow Point CCr.
Humidity at 'J a. m. 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnil S'-ntlon, Au
gust 22. Weather cloudy; wind light
Thursday, August 23
Str. Kauai, llruhn, from Kaanapall
Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Am. schr. Sehome, Pcterenn, for San
Str. Keaiihou, Moshcr. for Eleelc and
Str. .las. Makce, Tullett, for Kapaa
Str. Leliua, Xnpala, for Molokal and
Gas. schr. Eclipse, Townscnd, for
Uihalna, Makcna, Kallua, Kllicl, Hoo
Schr. Ada, for Hanalcl and Knllhl
nnl. Schr. l.uka, for Elcclc.
Thursday, August 22.
Ilr. sp. Kinross, U)eke, for the
From Kauai, per str. Iwalanl, Aug
21 Mr, and .Mrs. 1). L. Marx, Mls. C
Williams. Miss A. Nordmecr, Judge,
Stanley, E P. Mablc and 13 on deck.
From Molokal, per str. I.ehua, Aug.
21 Dr. Slogget. Dr. .Pratt and Superln-1
tendent Reynolds. I
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. I
For Molokal ports, per str I.ehua. '
Aug. 21 Father Thomas, R. McCorrls-
tcnli, Charles Cockrtt, Mrs. Mill v Hulll-lillua.
WHITNEY & MARSH'S
ONE HUNDRED PRETTY PICTURES GIVEN
1 11? 1 V "r Xlr" W',lne' found them In Now York and brought
All Alt theci home with him to glio to our friends,
FRIDAY, AUGAU6T 23rd,
we Rlull ultilbute them anion g our first ono hundred customers..
.METHOD OF DISTRIBUTION
We hae numbered the pictures nt random from No. 1 to No. 100. Wo hno also prepared one hundred
coupons correspondingly numbered. To cvry purchaser of goods to tho amount of ono dollar or oer will
bo glen ono of these coupons, wnlch may lif ex-'hanged between Monday, August 26th, and Saturday, Au .i
31 for tho picture bearing tho corresponding number.
It is plain that there can be no unfalrniMf about this method of distribution, Eiery picture and cery
coupon has a printed number, which cannot li- "laced or altered. Tho pictures are all arranged Indiscrimin
ately In our window, and we oursetics do not know the number of any particular picture..
Picture No. 1 will go to our first customer picture No. 2 to our second customer, and so on uniil tho
bundled have been ghen out. No customs may hae more than one coupon, no matter how largo her
pin chase may be. We establish a minimum purchase price of n dollar, merely that' the pictures may go Into
the hands of our bona fide customers.
The pictures will bo dlsplacM In our windows alt this week. The; nre all of them really works of art and
well worth framing and p.'escnlng In any home
- . AiU. in lint rolumit'itill be inwrttd
ill JS cent a lint out imeilion ; .?
itnli tiro inttrlhin; 3D centt our iterl; 40
ctnlfliio tiffin, nml CO cruli out month.
7'Ai'i ti the chtaxtl aiitertiiing ei er ojftrfil
the )xo)lt of Ilimolutu.
MADAME P. LAMBERT lit from Pari
,T1 his remoel ner lrrsmak!njr Parlors from
nuuanu Av to omr I ryard anJ Aliilrr h a
Hh-rc Sri will If plfuei lo tw tier rauuns. ijh-w
PUI.MO UAU12U tor prompt Jr'Ueryol
liml ly orJtrs. Tcltrhone s8tt Hlu
A Her 6 1'. . " not '
,1 D.AVERV PUHLICT STKNOGRA
" pner typewriter and proofreader
C'fpufii on anJ pufllc meetlns rrrofttd, Actratt
irjncrlrt of Imptrian dtxummts a specialty
It Kf rea t fo authors anJ ruMUhers. Offive hours
fltoA 15 (laier ty arplntmem). Ioom f Il'le
UtJc , Tfl U ue n6 i ig-tf
JAMES roWELLfurmcr y water termor for vessels
Las f one Int t Iht t at bus nrss Can be founJ
alihe Hoai lanllng 1018 w
COK SALC-tils at Puunul. Llllha St . tasy pa-
men in iirv uamQceu ijiock, wnora ta. t -w
I r"u cut: a ...-!.. .... u.ti. k...u ..j ...
ur kTibb r tin re iiuut "lit! ru(K7 ! mi'
ness Ljyinrr hens ani y ing chickens. En
quire ol h E Ktrig Cntue throve tm-if
FON SALE Tw) phaetons It eooJ conJMIon. Ont
usei only 1 shirt tfmi. AJ Jress ' V.X.' Hut
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-Th "Ttlula" at
J sh now lies In th hirbor She is a nearly new
boat. In perleit working nrJcr, ani has been of tate
used In 1 win; a KaVilul Harbor. W H. Pain.
Ah Poy, the old caretaker nt the
home of Oerrlt P. Wilder In Manoa, ap
peared nt the police station this fore
noon and swore out a warrant for the I
arrest of n couple of Portuguese boj
nn the charge of larceny in the second I
degree. He snys that oicr a couple of
dozen of chickens have disappeared
within the past two weeks or so that
he has good reason to b!levc the bojs
In question are the ones who havo
been doing the stealing. Following is
the story the Chinaman to',1 at the
police station this forenoon:
"For some time past, the Japanese
who work with me on tho Wilder
premise.! and myself, hr.ie 'noticed
these Portuguese boys tanging nbout
the place. They did not arouse any
suspicions because all they were In
tho habit of doing when near us was
to throw stones nt birds In the trees.
Howecr, the continued loss of chick
ens made us watch, and jestcrd.iy we
laid a trap to catch tho u. The Ja
I iineso worked about In plain sight and
I sneaked around to where I knew the
chickens to be feeding.
I had not long to wnlt. The bojs
soon nppearcd and began operations.
Threo chickens wero caught. Two
more were put In the bag and the other
was Just being put In when I jumped
from my place of hiding. Unfnrtunate
ly. the young scamps wero too quick
for me and were off before I could lay
hands on either of them. I called tho
Japanese and we gave chase but the
boys had got too much of n lead. They
carried away tho chickens but finding
that wo followed them too closely,
dumped tho bag oer a fence on the
Punahou road and continued on their
RKDIIOUSK Til WATCIIMAKI It
local. J at it. Alakei M rtt bicct.l attrn
lion givm to fine wa'ch f.ptlitng. to 8in
Sui.ucr mjcu-i-iuu oiu'K'12.
felrlhonc blue .Kit
JOHN MALEY-.filr'ngnJrollhlni, It.
ftallan k u calabatn, plates anJ cotn.nut
th.ll. Noi ie.roi.nl. tor giuj.leliuver 3od,
448 KlfgSt, leleu Honolulu ioif.w
IF MDU HAVE houte lor r.nl or waitlorent a
I houie, ice A. K. flillilt. Collection, carefully
attended to a3d rromptly icmliteJ, Office lie Kta
human 1 ttrcet 3i tl
E.MPI.OVUR8 NIJUDIXC1 HI!
Ill.hlu l.ulp. Teltr hone lllue S 1 1
NOTICE The croundi of the Alexander Youne
HullJInir. and lh private .feet to be known at
lll.hop ttrvet, are flo.ed lo the puMIc until further
notice (SIOMDl WM. MUCH,
l8t8-imo Supt. AlenanJer Young HU
OTiCblOBulLDEHS-lhe Union txprtssCo.
ni wnur jaisij ruK jalc ij41Tl
jy ANTED Every man In town looking for a ro-k!
vv meal to eat at Urunswkk Oyster ani Chop
Houie. hort St tgiytf
1 ANTED Flrst'C'ass cook wtntei at once $9
Y Uetetanla St 'oij-t
WANTED n position as loacnman, an J hout
ok by ma ani wife. Wm. Dunn, fclm St
at GranJpa Majjoon s house iqumw
'iANIED Situation byamarrleJ man ascillec
" tor, good security furnished. AdJress'C D "
FOR SALE-Ca,larj;hrp.rHer.prkt.S25 00
Apply C En t.h)n Hotron Drue Co i86-im
FOR SALE Furniture of tour r m cottage Appl
at O. L Sevens, Pilkul, one block Makalof
COR SALE- At very t w prices, tn IHU town One
1 lot at RiverslJa Mint. commanJlntf the best slew
of Oiean and Wo'JiUlr. Ms lots all Ituntlnj th-j
street one rottact KCupylng mlJJle lot ani ell
turnlshei. rr pt'kJUrs apply to A M Potemkin
Hilo. 13 Kj-l t
FOR SALE Lu n AUCuli) TraLt i-x, $aoo ,
Three Lts in Kjpahu'u, 9 s-t tt $n
Lt on Ueretinis M , isexjt Juii A Company,
Oirlce Nn 107 Stm;enjli Uuilim Tel. Mal
ij P U O.sy.T. loio-tf
COR SALE Crner grocery stare cstabllshfd tor
ocrto j rs. haslarre and tani pitronace.
I or further pjrUt.uiar apply cy mall. Hllo. pob.70
1 OR SALE Six I ) on Kpahu u Roai. Kalmukl
' Ifact.ch-a?, on the Installment plan Apply
Emt4iet May, Juii Building. i8f 4 -t(
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
WANTED-1ri.ee wotkhe girls, to board, ani
room, at iojt Punchbowl ? t , te ms very ra
tunable iu qiw
IDOW at work, a ts white Voman house-kwrer
care of Iwi rhUJrtn. tut Micft. AdJrot
Mrs. E. OorJon. P O Hex in igit-it
W ANTED A ttnalt furnlthed cottJK. or riM.m tv
v a coutlelth.t children Mat. ptlce M S.
tHulletin ofne. 1 tqtt.tf
The man who complains of his
jtfid nil his wife's conking belle tunls
Should bo sinned till he's thin
As u wooden ten-pin,
Xik'o they used In tho old game of
. Philadelphia Press.
Hawaiian Elect r'c Co. Stock.
Thirty-nine shares of the capital
stock of tho Hawaiian Electric Co. wero
sold at par to the company yesterday.
These shares will be refold to trie em
ployes at tho samo figure. The) stock
consisted of twenty-four fractional
shares. Out of the $75,000 ofncw
block Issued, only $3,900 was not lull
ed for nnd this should, haie been tak
en away by persons who ani now ab
sent. It Is pioposed that the proceed!
of the stock hhall be I'ped In the pur
chase of machinery ulicady ordered
nnd cry much netdetl.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send In
their PCTT OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
We. . ..
HOME FOR INCURABLES MEETING
At tint HtHt mnotlmr ,if tlm ani,.
SClibeiH to till! Itritintliln Itomii fnr In.
curables, held at tho looms of Messrs.
iiisnop & co. on August 20th. tho
Charter for tho Institution granted
uy tno llo eminent was accepted and
tho following Trustees wero electol:
Messrs. A. Young nnd T, C. Davie -i.
to servo for three years.
Messrs. J. II. Atherton nnd J. P.
Cooke, to sero for two years.
Messrs. W. O. Smith and 8. E. Da
mon, to servo for ono year.
And nt the first meeting or the Trus
tees, held at tho oillco of Mr, W. t).
Smith on tho 2Uth Inst., tho following
olDcers wero electee) to servo for the
Mr. A. Young, President,
Mr. J. 1). Athorton, First Vlco Presi
dent. Mr. W. O. Smith, Second Vlco Prcsl
dent. .ur. T C. I)ale, hecrotnry.
itir. J. P. Cooko, 1'ieasuier,
Ml S H. Damon. AmlUm-
HllliB, rl,ttl,na ,,. 1... ,,...!
--..i'..w..o ,w iiiu jiiuow nieiii.
and lltilldlng I'uiids r tho Institution
aro still solicited In prder to completo
ino esiiiiiiiBiinient or tho Institution In
a thoroughly satisfactory manner, nn 1
such subscilptlons may bo banded to
tho Trahiiier, ,Mr. J. P. Cooke, at tho
office of Messrs, Alexander & Haiti
win, Stangenwald lltilldlng.
T. CL1VE DA VIES,
UMNTLI-WI broken horw, elnht abut lc
lb.. Alto IMO abated cani.pv tun tprlnfft..!.-
on. fine price and full dexrlptlun. fiulletln otnee.
WANTED-Prner In Clilck.t, Ranch Addrltt
Minorca I'oarl Cny. ioa8-tino
W'ANTEDtii.lvEa ftr.llicht wapm mutt know
Oittl fo ll'ht toui. votk
M tMi'DCUii'ie for private family
KTAtlt B HttV ant .na.hn.n n.lwal ntarat.
SEtE T IMIIot.MLNT OHILl Mifoun Uulldlnc,
Merchant and Alakea Stt,
IX; ANTED To Sell Diamond and OfAL Wmns.
Yv In the latest ttylet Walchet tepalred by
-weler of liy.ar. txperltnc, O. DIETZ, f-ort St ,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND IlOARD-Flrtt clan table board by
Hit day or wetk tlrrakfatt from 6p I St
D nner, n lo 1 1 Suoc.r. 6 lo i Alat furnished rooint
wltti or without boatd. 59 Bt-retanla At between
1 on ana nuuanu 1917-11110
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mo.iultj r-'oof, electtlc llshtt , also best table
board ortalnaM. boeclal oocnlntt rates, roonta
$1 f. h' aid $1 per week. Helen's Court, adjoining
Flit. Building, on 'Ad.m'a Lane, off Hfcttl ttritl.
Telephone. White l.6t. ion- ro,i
Tllli LANGT JN, Klne Si , near S lulh. nicely turn
1 Ivhed rooms, and dining room In Connectli n with
house, Tab'e board, Und.tr management of Mrs II
FOR RENT A new house on Artesian ttteet, of
si room, with all mojern lmDfuv.in.it, Fn.
qjlreof Chat, E. Frather Consolidated Soda Works
FOR RTNT Newly furnished Iront rooms for (,in
llcman J74 Vineyard St. i9tj-,w
FUR RTNT Two (.) story house at Kekaulike-I'a
on Yountr ftreet. contalnintri bed looms, natlur.
dining room, kitchen, bath ro?m and patent wa er
llos-l d-wn.talrs, Kapli lint ht'ate Ltd iq.i tt
1 O LET Newly furnislttd roorot Sit mtnth up
1 also double parlort suitable for tnanled couclt,
Beretanla Rt , corner Keea tmoku St , Mrt Jell.,
TO tFT One half of More and large- dry batcment
on I ort ttrtet. Addntl ' K. i rthlt ofli.e
TO LET Collate, tlx roomt and bath best loca
tion In Hon Iu u No. 1 Cott.ge Grove, K eg
at' igi9 it
TO I ET Nicely furnished and airy rooms at the
Elite. 164 Ho'el street toorj-imo
FOR RENT Nice New Collages of four roomt.
kluhm and bath, K ng ttrect K.ralama, $iu.mj
aid ) 10 rer month Irquir. 116 Ton St.. Room
1, abtrterirtt National lianlc. I' L R. Sltauib.
rO I LT -Mce slx-ruom cottage, on I unallto. near
I'eiitacolt street Emmett May, Judd Building
rO LIT Fell 11 House ll furnltlied roomt with
1 board oung St , near I'IIkqI tSgi-.mo
rO LET Two front roomt No 9 Garden Lane.
IF you rave a house for rent, or want to rent a
house rail on A R BINUr, office with (lulde
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main 174 1847-1!
OFDCES TOR RENT-ln Btewer building, Queen
ttrect, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
tit Co , Ltd, l86l-IDOt
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu Oahtt. Aug. 22. 1001.
With the Jipproinl of tho Acting
Ooiernor ot the Territory of Hawaii,
1 havo commissioned
ELMER E. CONANT, ESQ.,
as Assessor for tho Fourth Taxation
Division. Territory ot Hawaii (Islands
of Kauai and Nllahu), ice J. K. Far
ley. Esq., rrvlgned, to take effect Aug
ust 24, 1UII1
WM. H. WIUOHT,
Treasurt-r Territory of Hawaii.
Public Lands Notice.
On TtiettiUy, September 24th, 1901,
at 12 o'clock noon at the front en
trance of the Judicial)- nulldlng. will
be sold, at Public Auction, the lease
of thu land known as the Land of Ma
nuka, sltuat in the District of Kau,
Inland of Hawaii
Term 10 year
UpBet rental $75 pel annum.
Conditions of lease nre as follows:
, The Government reseres the right
to tnke up any portion or portions of
uboc Innd for bona fide scttleme'nt and
other public purposes, and fin ther
that the leasee Is tn keep the land
clear and fre from lantana during the
continuance of the term of said lease.
EDWARD 3. IIOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu August 20th, 1901.
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSES.
Sealed proposals for the construc
tion of a three-room school hoitbe of
Hanapepe, Kniiai, to bo completed on
or beforo Oft. 1, 1901, anil a unc-ronni
school house at each of the following
Ulalno, District or liana. Maul,
Paaullo, Humaktia. Hawaii,
to bo completed on or before Saturday,
Oct. 18, will be leeehed at tho oillco
of thu Department of Public Instruc
tion until noon of Mondn, Sept. 9
Plans and specifications can be Been
at tho office of the Department and
with tho School Agents of tho Dis
tricts where the buildings are to bo
Tho Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
AL.ATAU T. ATKKINSO;..
Supt. Public Instruction.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1601. 1922.1.
Will bo received at the office of tho
Superintendent of Public Works till
12 o'clock noon of September 18, 1901,
for 0,000 leet of Cinch cast-lion hell
and spigot water pipe, of good quality,
tested beroro delliory to mi Interim!
pressuio of 300 pounds per square
Inch, also six Much Chupman
olves with belt ends to stand tin
sumo pleasure aim to bo delivered
F. O, II. wnarf Honolulu within sixty
(CO) days from date or contract
Tno Superintendent of Public
Works resores the right to reject
an) or all bids. 1290-3t
For further Information apply to '
Jae. F. Morgan,
Jas. F. Morgan
-OS Queen fltraat
Hy oitlet of Mil. II. DOW I will sell
nt Puiillo Auction nt my salesroom. 3
On Saturday, August 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
the following inluablo properties:
1st. Resilience of Mr. Dow, on ior-
ner of Hackfeld and Prospect streets.
h lontnge of 18o feet on Piospect street
and 20u feet tlcep with back boundary
or Punchbowl. Lot is nicely terrnced
and planted with fruit nnd ornamental
trees. Main dwelling contains four
large bedrooms, parlor, dining 100:11,
kitchen, etc. Large ernnda, 90 reel
by 8 feet
.. conage also on tho premises con
taining 4 looms, with wide ernndaA.
Upset price, $7,750; $7,000 of purchase
price can probably remain on mort
gage. This Is an elegant piece or property
nnd we inilte intending purchasers to
visit the place and noto tho healthy
situation and the elegant view or town
and sea. A party desires' to rent th't
property ror one year at $50 per
2d. Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. 6. 7, 8, or Ulock
E. or the Kaplolanl Addition at W'H
KIM. Total slzo 200x200. Lots are sit
uated on 'trousseau avenue and are
nbout 100 leet rrom tho Hnptd Transit
3d. Lots 3 nnd 7 or Ulock 3 nt Pearl
City. These are about 100 yards ftom
the Pearl City depot and will laptdly
inciease In value.
Terms on lots 2 and 3, cash. Deeds
at purchaser's expense.
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 basing PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and'lngredlents to extract. All
and apply gold riowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
und warranted for ten )ears, 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
)our work will cost by a TREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth $8 00
(old Crowns $8.00
Gold Filling ....SI OO
Silver Filling... SOo
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that jour work will bo of the best.
I New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street,
' LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
- , . It iLMm.Mi&v aritKmM .iuMA<o-.