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EVENING ntTLtETIN, TIONOLtTLTJ, H. T ' THURSDAY, HEPT,5.' 1901. .-. P ; ". .' T
Come and See Us at
OUR NEW HOME
We have purchased the entire stock of the
Pacific Cycle Company,
and have a full line of Sporting Goods
and Bicycles : : : : :
Sterlings now on sale.
Also some SPAULDING and CRAWFORD
PLACE YOUK ORDLRS EARLY
THE GERMM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
PalJ to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, tu,i7i,ifo.(ii
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders ).GM14.7
Manager (or Hawaiian Isl.nds. JUDD BUILDING.
Ixmdon, Aug. '2G. A dispatch from
Lord Kitchener, dated from Pretoria
today, says: "Three officers anil six-ly-flvu
men who were sent north of
Ladybrnnd (Orange Rlter Colony) or.
the right of Elliott's co.'.imns, were
surrounded on unfavorable ground and
raptured by a superior force August
:Z1. One man was killed and four
were wounded. The prisoners wero
released. Am holding an Inquiry.
"llae Just received a long letter
from Steyn containing an argumenta
tive statement of the Doer caso and
saying he will continue to fight; also
a short letter from De Wet to the samo
effect, llotha writes acknowledging
the 'receipt of my proclamation and
protesting against It and stating tint
the Doers Intend to go on fighting. On
the other hand, the surrenders lately
nave- Increased considerably."
Another dispatch from Lord Kltch
'ner says: "Since August i9th thirty
two Doers have been killed, 133 made
prisoners and 183 hnto surrendered.
Including Kruegor. a nephew of the
ex-Prcslilent. The columns are meet
ing with no appreciable opposition In
Cape Colony. Armed bands are In
hiding and avoiding our columns with
soma success. General llcasou alone
hating been In contact with the com
mand of Schehhrer, whom ho Is drlv
We ure now In the Automobile
Building nnd ore prepared to turn
out the finest livery In town.
Boarders siifc from lire, a
the building Is FIRE-PROOF.
RING US UP 1
Tel. Main 301
J. D, Jewett I
J. J. WILLIAMS
Water GolorH o
ii n (I l
TEL. MAIN i9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB BOUSE. GOODS
Received bv F"i-v Steamer.
New Mop of Oahu.
CotPpl'tJ from (iovcrnmfnl Survey anJ Charts,
Maui of Sur PUnttttun. Railways, an J Other
Reliable Sources. THE map is jBxit inches,
with Artistic colorings n4 neat mountings, tn-tk
In very useful a well as-ornamental will map
the puree of TUB map is $10 oo. Copies can
Nobtaimd from .
JAS. T TAYLOR,
P. O, Do too. t JucU HulMln-7, Hmolulut T, H,
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Ex. "Mariposa" on September 7th,
we will receive over 100 Columbia,
Cleveland and Rambler Bicycles.
BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING FAST
& SON, LTD.
aiB Fort Street.
All the Latest Books both
in cloth and paper bindings.
Largest stock of miscellan
eous books in the Islands to
select from. Any book not
in stork will be procured on
FINE SOCIETY STATIONERY
J. W. WEBB
If you want a good servant or
cook, clerk or bookkeeper,
cashier or stenographer, yard
boy or carpenter, painter or any
kind of help.
ARE YOU OUT OF WORK?
Apply to C. E. MOORE & CO.,
and they will get you a position.
MONEY TO. LOAN.
A Furnished House for Sale.
New House; New Furniture.
Houses and Lots for Sale on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
125 Merchant St., near Fort.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221.
P. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and in large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
engineers' and : : :
Plant nd estimates furnished for all classes
ROOM joo, BOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULl
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAK MA
CHINERY of overy capacity and de
scription mnJo to order. Boiler work
nnd lllVUTED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes n specialty. Particular attcc.
Hon paid to JOD WORK, and repairt
executed at shortest notice.
Fino Job Printing at tho Bul
Weather Bureau, l'unnhoii, Septem
ber ii. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 74; Midday maximum, SO.
llaromcter ot 9 n. m. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point 71F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 71 per cent.
IJinmond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember C Weather clear; wind light
Thursday, September 6.
Stnir. Hnwall, llcrg. from Hllo.
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, from Molokul.
Wednesday, September 4.
Stmr. Walalcale. Piltz. for Hitnn-
Schr. niancho and Ella, for Ilanal-d
Stmr. Ke An Hon. Mosher. for La-
linlna nnd Kaanapall.
Stmr. Noenu, Wyman. for Punaliiii.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for
Schr. Alia, for Hnnalel and Kalihl
8chr. Hob Hoy. for Pearl City.
S. S. Gaelic. Pinch, for the Orient.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
SAILING THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Paauhau,
Ookala, Kukalaii, l-aiipahoelioe, Hakts
Inn, Papaaloa and Hllo at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Elcele
Hanapcpe and Makawcll, at S p. m.
Stmr. Lehua, Napala. for Kaunaka
kal, Kamalo, Pukoo. Kaanapall, Ma
nele, Lahalnn. Olawnlii. Awalua, lln
noula. Klhel and Knhalepaloao, lit
5 p. m.
For the Orient, per O. & O. S. S.
Gaelic, September 4. General ltreek
enrldge. Captain Crosby nnd wife.
Senor Slxto Lopez. C. . C. Moller. T.
T. Patterson, Klsko Warren, J. O.
PORTO RICAN VAGRANT8.
Four Porto Itlcnns, gathered up from
various parts of the city by the pollcs
on the charge of vagrancy, appeared
before Judge Wilcox In the Pollco
Com this forenoon. They gate vari
ous excuses. One said that nc was pay.
!ng ten cents every night for sleeping
on the veranda of a Chlnnman In Anln
Lint He wns sick and coulfl not work.
At this point of ine explanation, the
ililcndnnt pulled up his trousers and
ihowed a pair of very much swollen
legs which when pressed, showed hoi
tens. A second defendant snld he had been
working for a native whose name u
'lid not know. He was receiving IS a
month besides his board and lodging
A third said he had been here about
thirteen days but that ne had been un
til lo to find work while the last said
lie was employed on one of the Island
-tenners. All the cases were con
tinued until tomorrow.
John R. Bergstrom
Bergstrom Music Company
Notice to Creditors.
Tho undersigned havlne hecn duly
appointed executors of the estate ot
co Seu. of Honolulu. Oahu. deceased.
herchy gives notlco to all persons hav
ing claims against tho estate of tho
said Yeo Seu, deceased, to present tho
samo to him duly authenticated and
wltn proper vouchers, if any exist,
whether secured by mortgage or oth
erwise, at tho ofnee of Andrews, Po
tcrs & Andrado nt the Stnngendwald
hulldlng. within six (G) months from
date, or such claims will bo forever
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 5th. 1901.
D. I.. AKWAI.
Administrator of tho Ehtato of Yee
1931 Sept. 5. 12. 19, 26.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1901,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will offer for sale by order of Dr. J. S.
Furniture and Furnishings
of tho cottago on tho corner of Here
tonla nnd Richards streets, consisting
ot Handsoma Gorman Pallor Furni
ture and Hangings, Ebony Mantel
pleco, hbony Easels, Walnut Writliirs
Desli, Marble Top Center Tables. Up
holstered Parlor Chairs nnd Sofas,
ienees, Ebony Hook Cnsc.'lllnck Wnl.
nut Extension Dining Table. Leather
Seat Dining Chnlrs, Oal( Sideboard.
Oak Iledstcads, Oak Hut cans, Iron
Iledsteads, Wardrobes, Dressing Ta
ble, Top and Spring Mattresses, Mom
'lulto Nets, Matting, Curtains. Ourney
Refrigerator, Meat Safe, Kitchen' Ta.
bio, China and Olassware, Filter, Ver
inda Rockers and Chairs, Awning".
and Screens, Etc.. Etc.
Honolulu. Sept. 5, .!901.
Notlco Is hereby given to postmas
ters who served under tbii Republic of
Hawaii to present their claims for
postngo stamps sent to Washington,
to tho offlco of tho Treasurer, Hono
lulu, Tho receipt for said stamps
from tho Postmaster (leni'inl -it
Washington must accompany tho
claim. WM. H. WRIGHT.
Tiensurer of thu Tenltoiy of
Olank books or all sorts, lodgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish,
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nt .? rna ft Hut out intfitwn 'J5
... ir ;... ; 40
i'N urr .i w it mi- --. "".:
27.iV ii tht chraptft ai te rtt$innttfr ottered
tht tinti iir Iftniotuht
MADAME P.LAMBERT lte from Paris
has rcmoteJ her Dressmaking Parlors from
Nuuanu Av to corner Vlneyari anJ Miller Sis
Where she wIM fre pleased to see her patrons, 19 1 J - aw
.1 U. AVERY PUBLIC STENOCRA
w phcr typewriter and proof reader
Corporation and put Mi meeting reported, Acurata
transcripts of Imporian documtnts a specialty.
Proof read for authors and publishers. Office hours
g to 5: 45 (later by appointment). Room 6 ElMe
Idg., Tel Blue ton. io-tf
DEDHOUSE THE WATCHMAKFR l
v located at 1111 Alakea ftiecl. special attcn
Hon given to fine watch repairing. ioi8im
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or want to rent a
I house, we A. R. Blndt. Collections carefully
attended to and promptly remitted, Office 111 Kaa
humanu street tSytf
NOTICE The grounds of tht Alexandtr Young
Building, and the private strret to be known as
Bishop street, are closed to the ruHic until further
notice, isiuneui vii, flitii-n
Supt. Alexander Young BU.
OTICE TO UUILDEKS Ttie Union fciprcst Co
nas wnuc awnu t-KJH saic m)u
WANTED Two or three rooms tor light house
keeping, fur. IsheJ or urfurnlsheJ. Amrrlfar
couple, nu children. Aiiress D.. P. O . Box 4-4
WANTED -A position as bookkeeper tr la'y .1 h
fifteen ea.s ex, erlcnce. Address A. (. A b.
Post office box sti. lori-.w
JI7ANTED Eery nan In lon looking for a rood
v meal to eat at Brunswick Oyster and Chop
House. Fort Si. ion-It
WANTED To Sell Diamond and Okal Minns.
In the latest styles Watches repaired by a
iiweler of is years experience. G. DIETZ, f-ort St .
near Hotel. io-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
DOOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicety furnished
In mosquito proof, electric lights ; also test fable
board obtainable Special openinjr rales, rooms
9 1 50, h ard f 5 per week. Helen's Court, adjoining
Elite Building, on Adam's Lane, off Hotel strict.
Telephone White uftt. ion- mo
TO LET One large furnished rom for two, mos
quito proof, cle.ttic light, adjoining ba h room,
good locstlon on car lines. Address O, Bulletin
PR RENT One lour room cottage with one two
room cottage adjo n ngon Prttrson lane Paiama,
Ad Iress M, F P. this office. 1911-lw
TO LET House at $10.40, Sioxo. So.so In P.lama.
Arplv Campbell Block room tti. igu-iw
FOR RENT Large furnished room for two gentlc
man. i6s Fort St. I0rl w.
COR HbNT A three roon cottage fi
I ousekeeplng. No. 9 Adams Lane.
TO LET House at present occupied by .Mrs D.
Center Young street extention near McCutly
Tract. A-ply t. F Bishop, C. Brewer & Co Queen
TO LE r Newly furnished rooms. mnusu,uito proof.
. t.rm. r.. n.hl.. Thr.i, hm.. ntu... f?..
1 terms reas 1
Bak-ry, Fort M
-.....- .. ....... . .vwv nvuv.sjr.ui.il
COR RENT-Nlcely lurnlshed ft.e-room collar,
s on Vineyard M bet.een Emma and I'unshbowl,
a'dtess P I). (n'ii, ig,8.t
TO RENT A mosquito proof room, five minutes
walk from tram car In cool district, board II re
quired, telephone service Address "E." Bulletin.
TO LET -Newly furnished rooms Sis month up
BeretanlaSt., corner Keeaumoku St., Mrs. Jeffs.
COR RENT A new house on Artesian street, of
' six rooms with all modern improvements. En
quire of Chas. E. Frather Consolidated Soda Works.
FR RENT Newly furnished front rooms for tlen
lleman ir. Vineyard St. lan-.w
COR RENT Two (i)slory house al k'tkaullke-l'a
on Young street, containing, bed rooms, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, bath room and patent water
tlos't d .wnstalrs. Karl'.l-nl Ls'ale Ltd n,i tf
TO LET Nkilir furnished and airy rooms at the
... Eljie. 161 llolel street looo-imo
TO LET Two front rooms. No. v Garden Lane.
IF you have a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, tall on A H. IIINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block. Men ham street.
Telephone Main tt.. iB..-lt
OFFICES TOR RENT-ln lirev.fr tulldlnj;, QuTen
. . street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
It Co.. Ltd, iSvi-imos
COR SALE New and serond-hand Smllh Premier
... ItrewTltersfor .alt or rem. AH makes repaired.
Washington Light Co. mi-imo
COR SALE Two phaetons la good condition, On
used only a short tlms. Address " V. X. " Bui
letln ofnee 191, -it
COR SALE-Furnllure and leasenf a 11 room house
In good location Inquire 49 Beretanla Si, Be
tween I ortand Nuuanu Sts. ro,4-lt
pOR SALE House and large lot al Kalmukfon
I easy payment Apply Campbell Block room ,8.
FOR SALE-lols at Puunul. llllha St , easy pay
ment Inq lire Campbell Block. Doom 15. -,w
pRESIl STRAW-The Union Express Co
lias ajot of fresh rice straw for sale. tqi,.tf
COf SSLE-Lot In McCutly Tract, '90x90. "oc;
1 Three Lots In Kapahutu, tgo, sq. Ir. $1400 ;
Lot on Rereianla M . 150x50 Judd 1 Company,
Ltd. Office. No lo, Slangenw.ld Building Tel.
Mai" an I'. O. Box ., toio-lf
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALL The "Talula" as
- she now lies In Ihe harbor. She Is a neatly new
boal. In perfect working ord.r, and has been ot late
used In towing at Kahulu! Harbor. W H. Pain.
FOR LEASE large warehouse on Qufen street.
ApplyCampbe'l Block, roum )8, 1947-, w
FOR LEASE-Premlses on Union St. with a troni
age ol 14s fret and a depth of 70 feel. Long
term given without onerous conditions. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms so-,1, Campbell Block. igaj-tt
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MORE
when we already had the completest stock In town. Yet if you
knew the Inner history of this purchase the wonder would cease.
It was one ot those ONCH-IN-A-SEASON CHANCES, that brook not
a moments hesitation, much less refusal. Indeed, had we not accepted
at sifeht, wo. Id we not have been traitors to our Interests I
If you have use for one more summer skirt, these Invite your
Inspection. Every skirt absolutely pi rfect. Styles the latest ; some
plain j some witli elaborate trimmings ; some with tlares and tlounces.
There are all these materials- -these good materials Coverts, Denims,
C-ashe-i, Linens, Khakis and Piques. And prices to suit all purses.
3AIUKUAT tvenmz a wnne cairimtre, clue, satin
lined cape with white ..wAnOown rJRinc, will return
o entUulleilnj.ltiw. sh will confer a lavor. winl
List of Contributors
to Labor Day Fund
Following are the contributors lo
tho Labor Day fund, which was ex
pended to such good purpose by tnn
labor unions of thf city:
H. Hackfeld & Co.. Mil.. $100; The;).
II. Davie & Co.. Ltd.. U)0; Castlo .
Cooke. Ltd.. $I0u; Alexander &Uald
win, Ltd.. $100: Henry' May 4i1 Co..
I.ttl., $r.O; W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd..
Jo., C Drewer & Co.. $100; Honolulu
ilre-vlig Mnltlm- Co.. Ltd.. $50: T
A. Schaefer Sc Co., $50; W. G. Irwin
X Co, Ltd $100: W. V. Dlmond &
Jo.. Ltd., 320; McCabc. Hamilton ft
Ilfiitiy Co., Mil.. $50; M. S. Grlnbaum
ci Co., Ltd. $50; Hyman Ilros.. $23:
nishop J. Co, $50; M. t-nlllps. $25; ti
clflfs Hardware Co., Ltd., $25: Den
son, Smith & Co. Ltd.. $25: Catton.
Nell Ac Co- Ltd., $25: Luwrra M
Cooko, Ltd., $50; tho Von Hamni
Young Co.. Ltd.. $25; Seattle Drew
lug & Mulling Co., $50; HotTschlaeger
& Co., Ltd., $10; Inter-Island Stenm
Navigation Co., Ltd., $25; Allen
Robinson, $25! the Hank of Hawaii,
Ltd.. $25; Lovojoy & Co.. $25; the U.
F. Dillingham Co.. .id., $100; Metro
politan Meat Co., Ltd., $25; Hawaiian
Supply Co.. $10; the Hawaiian Gazette
Co. Ltd.. $25; Honolulu Planing Mill
Co, $10; Mncfarlano & Co., Ltd.. $25;
Frank Drown. $10; Wilder & Co., Ltd.
$25; Hobron Drug Co.. Ltd.. $10; S.
I. Shnw & Co.. $25; M. Mclnerny. $10;
tho Holllster Drug Co.. Ltd.. $15; Thos.
O. Thrum, $10: H. Connor. $1; tho
UcrgHtrnm Music Co., $10; H, F.
Wlchmun, $10; W. H. Smith. $5; Ho
nolulu Tobacco Co.. $lu; II. F. EhleM
& Co.. $10: E W .Ionian. $3; Pacific
Mill Co.. Ltd.. $10; David Lawrence:
& Co., $5; W. C. Aclil & Co.. $10; J.
M. Monsarrat. $2.50; Friend. $2.50; P.
Schneider, $10; L. H. Kerr & Co.
Ltd.. $10; J M McChesncy, $3; Call
rornla Feed Co., $20. C. Ildlte. $5; In
ternutlonnl Electric Workers, $5: Cot
ton Bros. & Co., $20; Rnn & Delnent.
$25; Wm. Cunningham. $20; Criterion
Saloon, $30, E. S. Ciinhn. $lo; Cali
fornia Saloon. $10; Aloha Saloon, $10;
tho -A. Harrison Mill Co., $10; Ger
mania Saloon. $5; Villa Nova Saloon.
$5; Oahu Ice & Electric Co.. $10; Wela
Ka Hao Saloon, $5, O, Schuman, $5;
Henry Waterhouso & Co.. $15; Ha
waiian NN-jvts Co.. $5; cash, $3: the
Washington Mercnntllo Co.. $10; Gou
salves & Co.. $5; Hub Clothing House,
$lti; Pantheon Sajoon, $25; Club Stfi
hies Co.. $10; Saltor & Wnity, $10
ihos Fltpatrlr $5; Pacific Impoit
Co.. $2.50 V. T. Sllva. $2.50; City
Furniture Storo. $5; Luwls k Co., $20;
.-earson & Potter Co., $10; Union
Feed Co., $20, N. S. Sachs Dry Good
Co., $5; Jus. Nott. Jr.. $5; Hawaiian
Tramways. $15; Carpenters' local
union. $50: Hart & Co.. 110: C. F.
IHenlck Carriage Co.. $5; Ashley A
raris. r; peoples' Express$ Co.. $5;
Hawaiian Electric Co.. $25: Whitman
& Co.. $5, Union Grill, $5; Wall,
Nichols Co, Ltd., $5; thu Porter Fur
niture Co., $5; Mis. E. A. Williams.
I-I2.&0; D. O. Hamman. $2; friend. $2;
Is. W. Ledcrur, $2: Ohalyo Saloon, $5;
J. Furnandfz. $2.50; Hoffman & Rll-
iley, $25; Emmeluth & Co., $10; F. J,
Wllhelm, $10; J S, Halloy, $2.50; Tor
rltory StabU-H Co.. $5; J, England
& Co., $5, friend. $5; Mr. Deltz. $1;
(friend, $1; Andrews, Peters & An
tirade, $3;, Manufacturing Harness
Co, $5; N R. Chilton. $1; friend,
'$2.50; Job. F. Morgan, $10; 11, Arm!
.tage, $10; Hustace & Co, $5; Hit
waltan Engineering & Construction
'Co., $25; 8. Ozakl, $5: Iwakaml &
(Co, $1; New England Bakery, $5; I.
V. McDonald, $2.5u; H. E. GariM,
$2.50; W. W. Wright, $2.50; Slngor'j
, Bakery, $5; Hawaiian Soda Workrf,
j; v. lu'iiwnrii, ?u; .1. a. Hopper,
fin; E. Peck & Co.. $5; Atkliibon &.
Judd. $10, Joim Oiiderklvk, $10; Roy
nl Hawaiian Hotel, $10; Plumbera"
Union, $25; Bricklayers' Union, $25;
Dr. W. E. Taylor. $10. Totnl amount,
Fii.o Job rrintitif; a tho Bui
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents per
50c - 5.00
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTIOINEBR AND .
' . -
BANKRUPT STOCK i
ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by order of
.Mr. tv. w. Tnnyer, trustco. tho cntlro
bankrupt stock of tin. ('hn vi -.,
consisting In part of
Chinese Silks. Grass Cloth.
Silk Handkerchiefs, I.awnn.
Dimities. Prints, Organdies.
Ladles' Dress Goods.;
Indies' Under Garments and Host-
Corsets. Men's Under Garments.
Socks, White nnd Negligee Shirts.
Men and Women's Shoes.
Straw and Felt Hats.
Whlto and Unblcashed Cotton.
Camphorwood Trunks, Blankets.
Comforters. Towels. Embrolderle.t.
Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckties.
Silk Fans, Alarm Clocks, Jewelry.
Perfumes. Toilet Articles, Combs.
Brushes. Shnwls. Buttons. Thread.
Hanging Lamps and Storo Fixture,.
All new goods, and n. unln svnrth n.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
TEETH EXTRACTEP AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN h
our late scientific method applied to the
gums, no sleep-producing agents or
These aro the onlv dental tmrlnrn In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to oxtract, fill
nnd apply gold crowns nnd porcelain
CrOWnS linitor.fr,Onliln frnm na.urnt Saa.t.
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' exnerlnnif. Anil
each department In chargo of a Special
ist, uive us a call, and you will find
ua to do exactly as we advertise, We
will tell you in advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE ex
Our name nlono will be a guarantee
that your work will bo of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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