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EVENING nUTXETlN, HONOLULU, 11. T WEDNESDAY, AUG 28, 1901.
E. 0. HALL & SON,
F jr adlt onal Shipping News see seventh page.
O RE AT
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
OFFICES OVER HAWAIIAN TRUST CO.
cnnT ctdtct AjtHouTti.,MAiiit.
lUIII OlHttl. qfln.lTH.MMN 31.
p tn A m
Cue I J ay . .
1 4 10
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. 8. 8lcrrn."
Call and See Them.
.B I uu Irmncct our Htock of
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Hanoy Chase, the keeper of tho sta
tills near the Moana hotel, and Clias
Donahue, alied their troubles In thi
l'otlco Court this forenoon. It seems
that jesterday the latter gut out a nan
rant for Chase on the charge of using
vulgar, profane and Indecent language,
Donahue claiming that the stablt
helper had called him an Irish some
thing. When tho case came up this fore
noon. Chase, through his attorney, A.
L, C. Atkinson, pleaded guilty and then
the matter was explained. It ssems
that the two had a little altercation
yesterday oer aidebt of $30 which
Chase said was due htm from tho com
plaining witness. Then came unpleas
ant words ending with the epithet.
Donahue denied that he owed Chase
euj money and the latter explained
that Donahuq hud claimed ho had
worked tho 'amount out at the stables
Chaso said that tho way Donahue bad
Jiald tho nmoiint was by sleeping I nlils
led at Walklkl, wearing bis clothes
and eating meals at the Walklkl Inn
lo was forced to pay for.
Judge Wilcox remarked something
about people who do not pay their Just
debts and then said to the defendant
that he would fine him $1 and remit tho
"What did you say the slnklnk fund
was for?" asked tho new dliector of
"To meet the floating debt," replied
tho latter. Pittsburg Cfironlcle-Tek-fraph.
SUIiwiikra to tlio HULLETIN
not receiving their ji.iwei promptly
w ill confer a fnvor by notif j nig tlio
3Iiisiih'ns OHicc: Tck'plione 2.r.(!.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from the Terri
tory of Hawaii, Mr. William Moutroso
Graham will act for mo In all iuattoia
of business, under power of attorney.
A special meeting of tho Hawaiian
Aerie will bo held In Progress Hall
this (Wednesday) oenlng at 7:30
o'clock. Members and visiting breth
ren are requested to attend.
T. A. SIMPSON,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE HRST
Clriult Territory of lliw.il At Clumbers In Pro
bate In the milter r,l the es'ateof Hfnry Chngdon,
late of H no'uluOah defrayed Petition rnvleg been
filed bv"S. M )im n a tanrer In the f rnl;f Bishop
and Company a creditor t said Intcsla praying
that letter of adm rlsiratlon upon said estate be
l.suej to Clnrles Phillips notice It herehv given
thalMQNDM the oth day of hi I'THIIIEH A l
loir, at ic nclock a m he and hereby la appolnt
ed ft r lirarlnp said petition In the Cuurl Room of
Ihlt Cuurl at Hi mlulu, at which time nnd place all
etsont concerned may app.ar anj show cause, If
any th.y have, why said petition should not te
Honolulu. August it oot
lly Ilia f iih i
i CEO ge lucas
y.8-4l August s8, Sept i,ii, id. Clerk.
USE II DONAHUE
AIR THEIK TROUBLES
Lincrusta Walton and
before oil purchase
In tlicHC ItncH.
No trouble to shew cooJs.
Orders promptly filled.
Tel. Main 1158.
P. O. Box 838.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
THE HONOLULU ,
Stock Yards Co
has secured the
to continue its business.
This Structire is Fireproof.
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, August 29th,
The "GREAT GERARDY."
The "WIZARD OF THE 'CrILLO."
The "GREATEST LIVING VIOLIN
CELLIST." An exceptional opportunity of hear
ing ono of the musical geniuses of to
day. PRICES -'
Balcony Jl.uu and $1.50
Dress Circle $l.t0 ami $2 00
8ALE AT WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD
Reserve Seats Earlyl
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29TH.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and StamplnR.
Full line of Art Materials : : s
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
Tharidiy. i. t. 19
4 06 to os
4 48 to
Full moon on the 20th nt 9:51 n. in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
.ibout an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that ot the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., whlcb
is the same as Greenwich Oh, 0m,
Musters of vessels sailing from tbts
port for San Francisco will find there
a brunch of tho U. S. Hydrographlo
OrTki) located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero is maintained for thMr
iicueflt free of charge, complete let!
of charts and directions of the world.'
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Schr. Ka Mol, In distress, from off
S. S. Vcnlurn, Haward, from the
Schr. Ada, from Hanalel and Kali
biwal. Str. Lehua, Napala, from Molokal.
Schr. Ucllpse, from Maul and Ha
Wednesday, Aug. 23
C.-A. S. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, from
Str. Iwalanl, Greene, from Kauat.
Tuesday, Aug. 27.
S. S. China, Scabury, for San Pran
S. S. Ventura, Haynard, for San
Str. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Ka
Str. Kcaufiou, Mosher, for nicclc and
Str. Jas. Makce, Tullett, for Kapaa
Tug Lcsllo Baldwin, Sclke, for Ka
Prom tho Colonies, por C, & A. S. S.
.mowera, Aug. as. Miss Itlcvlcrr
From Kauai, per Str. Iwalanl. Au
;. .hiss aoper, Mrs. lirower, Hon. J.
A. AMnn, J. I)j son, T. Thomas, G. Kill
eel. Mrs. Kmmnlnl. J. II ntiirv ir,.,.
S. Nnkapaahti. Mrs. S. Makallo,' Mra
.iici.ciinon, miss Kopa. I,. Knulukou.
Miss Kanunlai. Miss M. I.iirnn A. K-...
laweola, Mrs. W. S. Wells. .Masters S
Kawewchl, Aklna, Kopa and Ed Hart.
i. i.. uonant and 24 deck.
For Kauai, nor Str. W. n. Hull. Anr
27. J. P. Kith, Miss n. II. Ilyan. W.
H. Rice. W. D. Rmlth nnil elnnntrent-.U-
er. A. Itlchards. Chan. Mnknnnl Mia
W. Chairman, John Kellcy. A. S.
loung, miss M. Sokumn. K. Hamano
nnd wife, W. . Chan, Semano. W.
Grote. Solomon Ilnnnhnim nn,i vir
Geo. Mathewson. Jules Sltcomb, l.oui's
.MCKciiBiie. Miss Manio Siser. S. K.
Wilcox, John Kaopua, John Kcnloha,
Miss U. S. Goodhue. i"l. P. llnoli V
Matsushita, Mrs. Semnno 'and H. It.
ThO steamer Mlnurrn fmm Hi.,
Colonies, nrrheri thin tnnrnlni. nft.irln
ery pleasant tilp. Sho bnhight tM
ruuin pat,Rengors ror this port and u
smati umount or rroignt and mail.
bno will sail nt T, nVlnplr thlu nftni..
nnoon for the Sound, taking several
Purser Uellmaliie klnuly furnished
the following report of tho trip:
The K. M. S. Mlowera. V. A. Hem
mlnir commamler. nrrtvil nt li,n.i,.t,.
at 10 a. m. from tho Australian Col
onies after a very pleasant and un
eventful trip. Left 8dney at 1:2J
ii. in. uii mo i.'in inst ami arrived t
Brlsbano nt 8:62 a. m. on tho 14th.
Sailed from ltrlnlinnn Ifnn.ia at in.hr
a. m. on the ICtli. Experienced model-
auo 10 iresn bouthenst trades to 12
S. I.at., thence moderato to light east
erly winds and seas, nntl nrrlieil no
A couple tit llvo kangaroos, the samn
number ot possums, n number of
bilghtly colored parrots nnd paroquet!
and some other birds of blight
plumage anhetl In tho Mlowera from
tho Colonies this foieiioon as a niea-
out to I'rlnco Dai Id Kawananakoa
irom his btotner. Jonah Kaianlaunolo.
Known lamlliarly to his friends as
"Uipld." Print o Duld has already
had his now pets lemoved ,o his placo
at Walklkl, whero ho expectB to put
up largo cages ror their comfort,
Princo Cupid Is expected back In n
short time. Alter a lsit here, ho will
return to tlio Colonies.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
uii, sir, jneuBu, i naie swunoewcti a
pin!" exclaimed a senant girl, running
Into her employer's stud,
"Nevej mind, Mary," ho replied, deep
in study, "necr mind, heitj's unotli-
, I- " Htnwln ntin frnm lilu tilnnncliln,.
-Chicago Journal. .
he lis belli 11 kBT I uur
uroiiiEiuica iiii niiilixi v iunp.
A now amliaijr plan end htumr
and we mall lnt ructlotnt. teft linonU
akrttilMnl FUll ft" n hoti i nlr 0
I'retty I'iPTf ofd.ilill'Utf.t
AcmtBoohCo Bom 38. Athgyjll N Carolina U S A
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
.ap -lif. in (iff column uill It innrttd
1 al 15 emit a lint one intttlion ; 26
ctnlt liro inttrtiuui; 30 centi our nttl; iO
ctnli tail nedt, itil CO ctnlt vnt nionlli.
Tliii it llit chtapttl adttrliting 11 tr ojftrtil
tht jitoplr uf Hoiiutul .
MADAME P. LAMBERT late from Pari,
has removed her Dressmaking Parlors front
Nuuanu Av to corner Vineyard and Miller Sic
Where the will be pleased to see her patrons iqii-sw
PI I. MO I.AOIII for prompt delhervo!
faml ly orders. Telephone 3HII Blue
Alter 61' M. Ktoi "
,1. D. AVERV PUBLIC STENOGRA
" phcr typewriter and proofreader
Corporation and pupllc meetini: reported. Acurata
iranscripts or imporran' aocumims a specialty.
Iroof read for authors and bubll&heri Office houra
8 to 5 45 tlater by aspulntmentj. Room 6 LMte
IJC . Tel Blue eon lyn-tl
DEDIIOUSE THE WATCHMAKER Is
located at .it, Alakea street. Special atten-
iiun Kiven fj nne waicn repiirinjc. lqtgtm
SuuncT RnaiSTUR oi'i'ii'u.
Iclrphone Blue 3HII.
wallan kou calabash, plates and cocoanut
sheila Not responsible tor goods left over jo dejs,
448 King St, teleo Honolulu rotT-tw
IFOUHAVH a hout fr rntnr want to rent a
home, we A. K. Iltndt. Collections careiully
attenJed 10 and promptly remlited, Ofiict iij Kaa
humanu street t8it(
:.mplovuus iNuiioixa ru'
lltlhlo tsulp. Telephone Ulue 8n
MOTICL The grounds ol tht Alexander YoLng
J1 UulUIng, and the private it'ect to bt kmiwn as
Bishop street art clostd to the public until furtitr
notice l5iasBlJ WM. MLTCU.
i8a.)mo Supt AleJianier Young Bid
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Tht Union fcxpress Co.
mi wnnc Jnnu rJt 3ALC i4 )1r
iiriKiTrn a. c.n. 11 di.i. . n.
gutar boarders at $j 00 per week Single meals
a . ihrir nrloe. eall A, Vmmmrt, ..(.! Il I
.'.v..: .:."::"" "" ' i:. .- i
kaiiivcii, aieier. IU77-1W
JANTED Every man In town looking for a pood
meal fo cat at Brunswick Oyster and Chop
House. Fort St. ion-11
tXANTEO A position as coachman, and house
- ... u III. , ,., Will
at Grandpa Magoon house.
- worK ry ma 1 and Mite. wm. umia, tin M,
WIDOW at work, a ts white woman house-keeper
farm n. u. . rklH... . ... ..... a,..'
Mrs. E. Cordon. P O Box its tois-tf
aANTED a small furnished cottage nr room by
a couple without children. State price K. S
( Bulletin office ) tpi-.tl
UANTED tBlVER for light wagon must know
OikL for llyht house wotk
fl'tesi'DCOLI'lEfor private family
,.,., .fAMLE nov and coachman private place
SELE T I l lot mint 01 fICL Magoon Building,
Merchant. nd Alakea Sis.
llANTED-To Sell Diamond andOeALRiNOs
" in the latest styles Watches repaired by.
hweler of years experience, O. DIET2, hort St ,
near Hotel. i88-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mosquito proof, electilc lights; .Iso best table
board obtainable Special opening rates, rooms
J 1 n, h, ard Si per week. Helen's Court, adjoining
fcllte Building, on Adam'. Lane, off Hotel strict.
Telephone. Vhlte t.oi. lots-imo
THE LANGTON, Kin St , near South, nicely furn
1 Ished rooms, and dining room in connection with
house. Table board. Under management of Mrs H
s Herbert ,ooo.t
COR RENT-Nlcely furnished fue-room cottar.
on Vineyard St bet.een Emma and lunchbowl,
Address I' U. box 6n. .pas..
ro LE r Furnished cottage at Wahlawa
I H Wahlawa
FOR RENT Small furnished front room 16. per
month, ts&i lort st below scImwiI 1016-tw
TO RENT A mosiultn prinf room, five minutes
1 walk from tram car In cool dlstrkt, board if re
quired, lelepiun. service. Address "E." Bulletin
iTO LET MoJern 6 room cottage elctric light,
1 mosquito proof, turnlvhed or unfurnished, long
le.si II desired. Address "II H " til s otli.e igiyiw
IO ET Newly furnished rooms $t month up
HtrmnUSt , corner Kreaumoku bt , Mrs Jeff.,
COR RENT A new house on Artesian street ol
1 six rooms .with all mudern Improvements En
quire ol Clias E. Trasher Consolidated Soda Works
pOR RENT-Nely furnished tront rooms for fien
1 tleman m Vineyard bt igaj-,w
COR RENT Two () story house at Ktkaullke-I'a
1 on Young street, containing a bed rooms, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, bath room and patent water
closet diwnstalrs. Kaplolanl Estate Ltd to., tf
rO LET Nicely furnished and airy rooms at the
Elite, 164 Hutel street ioo6imo
rO LET Seft-n House, well furnished rooms with
board Young St . near Plltcol tBos-imo
rO LET Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
IF you have a house tor rent, or want to rent.
house, call on A R UINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main ua. .S.vtt
OFriCES FOR RENT-ln Brewer bulldlnjr, Queen
street on reasonabi terms. Apply to C Brewer
ex Co , Ltd, i86iitmos
FOR SALE Two ptiaelona In good'conjltlon One
uved only . short time. Address "V, X, Bui-
COR SALE-Carrlare, seat to or four (Dtrsl 4o)
1 t eumatlc Tire Silver Hubs, etc . tStlver patent)
piano finish, built by Crawford New York. Bargain
owner leaving city. ioj4 Lunalllo St toikiw
FOR SALE-Lnl In McCully Tract, 190x00, fasoo,
Three Lots In Kapahulu t9.ovsq ft, $14,0
lot on Btrelanla St, tsoxjo JuJd & Company,
Older No tor Stangenwald Building Tel. Male
til I' O Hii66t. igio-tf
FOR SALI furniture andleasenf a t) room house
In good location Inquire vu Berclanla St Be
Iwern I ort and Nuuanu Sts toii-lf
pOR SALE-lliuSe and large lot at Kalmukfon
easy payment. Apt ly Campbell Block rutin ).
FOR SALE-Lot at Puunut, Lllltia St , tasy pay
ment Ingulf Campbell Block. Rnow i8. a)w
CTEAM"LAUNCH FOR SALE-The "Talula" as
J the now lie In the harbor Sh Ii a neatly new
boat. In perfect working orJer, anJ has been of late
useJ In towing at Kahulul Harbor. W. H. I'aln.
PR SALE-Calleripht)pe-wrlter.prlct 525 OO.
Apply C En Chon. Hobron Drug Co i86-im
COR SALE-At very loir prices. In Hllo town Ont
1 lot at Riverside Hard, commanding tht best view
of Ocean ani Mountain Mi lull all fronting tht
street, ont ottagt occupying mUJIt lot ami well
furnished. For particulars apply to A. M. Potemkin,
FOR SALE Corner grocery store established for
over two sears, has largt and food patronage.
For further pinicdlars apply by mall. Hllo, p o b. 70
FOR LEASE Lare wareho se on Quien street.
Apply Campbe'i Block room i iqiTw
FOR LEASE-Premlses on Union M wlih a front
age of 4i feet and a depth of 70 feet Long
term given without onerous conditions Apply to
DootMrtii rampbell HlorV. ostf
WOX DIMES II
After four or the continuances, Jan
Kook, a Chinaman who has had his
sharo of had luck within the past two
j ears or so, appeared again in the
I'olko Coutt this forenoon on the
charge of Mating Hoard of Health
legulatlons hy not keeping his place
near the corner of LllHia and King
streets, In a sanltarj condition. Ills
attorney, F. M. Drooks, evidently dis
gusted at the dilatory tactics of his
client, failed to put In an appearance
and the defendant was given a speedy
The only witness placed on tho stand
was Sanitary luspectoi Tracy who told
the details of the case. When lis had
concluded. Judge Wilcox asked If It
was tho opinion of the wltucss that the
condition of Jan FooUs place was a
inenaco to the public health, on receiv
ing ti reply In the afflrmatlic the Judge
remarked that he did not hellee the
Hoard of Health had the right tn
stipulate Just lion a man should ar
range I1I1 place so as to keep from
creating a menace to the public health,
lie stated further that he uelleod a
man had a right to put In a wooden
pipe In his building Just so long as It
did not create sucji n menace.
In the mind of Judge Wilcox tho
Board of Health had constituted Itself
a small legislature In framing such
lules. Jan Took was lined $23 nnd
costs on being found guilty of the
charge and he then went Into the cus
tody of the High Sheiiff as he had not
the whetewlthal to pay his line. Tlw
prosecution had gUen Jan Fool; u lot
of ttmo to get his place lit a sinltniy
tondltlon but lie frittered away his op
portunities and did only a little of ,haf
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to in pect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Store and
120 Hotel St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
It appearing to tho satisfaction of tho
Court that the Interests of Justice u
quiin It, this August, 1901, term of
this Coint will ho nnd ts hcieby ex
tended twelve dajs from and uftcr the
lust day of said icgulnr August tenn.
C1EO, I). QUAIL
rresldlng Judge, Cliiult Court, First
Jas. F. Morgan
tl 88 Oueen fltr.ot
On THUHSUAY. AUGUST 29th, at -10
o'clock a. m., at the residence "it-.
Mr. J. L Torhcrt, on Spencer slrcet,!
between Victoria and Magazine
streets, I will sell at Public Auction
tho entlro household furniture, con
dined glass China closet, brass li
brary hnnoinrr Inmna Ptntlnn r-ntv
prints and other pictures, book rack,
Iloston rockers, cano chairs, patent
cano rockers, laco curtains. Jardi
nieres, center rugs, sixteen-foot oalc
dining table nd chairs, hall carpet,
plate mirror ha. rack, rlpplo fronL.oak
bedroom set, whlto curly hair mat
tresses, baby cribs, cedar corner
uoxes, oiack walnut wardrobe, reading
lamns. rhtffnntnrn Ilnnenm nniinm
Havllantl dinner Bet, Hygienic nnu
Gurney refrigerators, Model B range
and boiler, cooking utensils, gartlen
tools, bono cutter, hay cutter, Incu
bator, glass top hot house, twose.it
micivnoaru with brake, harness close:,
las. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These aro the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to oxtract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crownsundectecablo from natural tno.v.
nnd wurranted for ten years, WITH-
"ui j. irc l,uabt PAIN, All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
,from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department in charge of a Special
IsL Olve 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
utiia crovvnH Kit nn
Gold Fillings i n
Silver Fillings .....'i l..f.'aOc
Our namo alono will bo a guarantee
that our work will be of tlio besL
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel StreeL
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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