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Everybody Wants 'em
Get Yours First!
E. 0. HALL & SON
THE SEUUU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, J4.373i4Sq-65
For .Matured Pollcle 7,507,608.27
DlvldenJsanJ Surrenders -....- '3.699,134.37
Manager for Hawaiian ULnJs.
In the Star of Tuesday, September 3
nm Hired the following:
"The steamer Colon arrUed here,
Saturday nftcrnoon and sailed biimiay
alurnoon for Port Los Angeles. Al
though there will be no other steamers
to the Coast until September G. six
rajs Inter than the Colon left, there
w is no effort made by the post office to
get Coast innll off on her. The post
otllco wns closed all day Sunday and no
notice. In regard to the Colon was post
"Only those who took the trouble to
tuKi letters down to the steamer were
sbl" to get mall oft to the Coast."
cTha above article shows that abso
lutely no attempt was made by the
re;orter who wrote up this matter to
get Information from headquarters.
It seemed to the reporter that every
thing had been done In a careless man
ner by the post office and that was
eiifilelent for htm. He took no pains
to Inquire further.
The post offlce officials are very
angry about tho Star's story for tho
ury good and sufficient reason they
K.y, that every statement made Is an
urtruth. A Hullctln reporter called on
Iuils T. Kenake the treasurer of tno
local post office today and this Is what
tie had to say:
"Two hours after the Colon had
been clearedat the Custom House we
h.ul all the Information necessary In
nur hands. I went personally to tno
agt-utB, Messrs. Hackfeld & Co., and
there learned that the Colon was to
tall for Port los Angeles.
"Now then, we have our orders from
Washington that no mall Is ever to be
mt to Port I.os Angeles. There ll
only a fourth class post office at that
V'nce, and It is probably the Idea of the
department at Washington, that It
would not be for the good of the ser
rlre to despatch mall there. So you
t?e the reason why we did not make
afy nttempt to get ;i mall oft by the
"The second complaint Is that there
tvra no one ut tho post office on Sun
day (o give the public any Information.
As a matter of fact, there was someone
st the post office almost all day Sun
day. "The third complaint Is that tnerc
was no notice posted nnywhere regard
Auj the Colon. As It was not our In
tention to despatch a mall on that boat
there was no necessity for a notice of
an kind. The whole article Is a mis
representation of the true state, of af
fairs." 1 m HE Will SPAR
Jimmy Kox, one of the experts of the
manly art who has come to Honolulu
to remain and who Is tho man at tho
head of affairs In the Oahu Athletic
Association, called at tno Hulletln
office yesterday afternoon for tho pur
1o&o of denying tho rumor that has
gotten abroad, that the Bparrlng match
scheduled to take place between him
self and Lon Aguew on Monday next
has been Indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Fox showed his nnklo to a
Hulletln reporter and It can be stated
that there Is no question about tne
seriousness of the sprain which Mr,
Pox has suffeied. It will be three or
four weeks before he can do any good
notk. Mr. Kox said: "I will spar
with Agnew for points as soon as I
am able. You can see for yourself that
It would be Impossible for mo to do
th.a now. I am very anxious to meet
Agnow and I have not said to unyone
tha the contest has been Indefinitely
I.on Agnew said this morning that
hi was satisfied Kox had a bad ankle
ard that he would not tnlnk of spar
ring him until ho was entirely well.
Ho Intended to bavo things jn goqd
hcpe befote, standing up to. a contest
Complaints nro heard on all bides of
the condition of tho nlleywa) that
If mis past Dlmond's stoio on King
street to the post nfflee. There la a
gnat need of a police olllier nt that
place during the hours of the night
"Kaglcs" and "lied men" will play
ball they all patronize the Pantheon.
COME - BARLY
Don't Wnlt Till
they lire oil done
NOTICE TO YACHT OWNERS.
All those Intending to en'cr y-sclitn
In tho regatta on September 21, lvOl
are requested to meet at the Hawaiian
Hotel on Friday, September G. 1301,
at 7:30 p. m. The object of the inwi
Ing is to classify tho yachts, fix courses
for achts. arrange time allowance.,
etc.. etc., for tho benefit of thu Re
REGATTA COMMITTER 1901.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
(Nov Open top BtmlncHH.
Flnctst of Accommodation.
Finest of Bathing. 1 t t
Be Sure to Get Off ut I t
1 t 1 Waliiltin Station
RATES 88.50 per tiny :
Special RntcH by Week op
Month, i t t : t 1 s t
For fLrther Information adJns :
HALHIWA P. O.
310 Fopt Street.
All the Latest Books both
in cloth and paper bindings.
Largest stock of miscellan
eous bookb in the Islands to
select from. Any book not
in stock will be procured on
PINE 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 SCO.
125 Merchant St., near Fort.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Weather Bureau Punahoti, Septem
ber 6. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 71; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.03. Steady.
Dew l'olnt G9K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. OS per cent.
AD Filth CLAIMS
Thuisitay, Sept. S.
O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from the
Scbr. Hob Hoy, from l'earl City,
Friday, September 6.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullctt, from
Stmr. Ko All Hon, Moshcr, from
Sichr. Kcllpsp, Townsend, from Kon.l
Thursday, Sept. 5.
Str. Mnul. Bennett, for Paauhaii,
Ookala. Kukalau, Laupahoehoe, llaka.
lau, Papaaloa and Hllo.
Str. Mlkahala, Oregory, fop Elceln,
Harapcpe and Makawell,
Str. Lehua, Napala, for Kaunakakal,
Knmalo. I'ukoo, Kaannpall, Manalet,
I.nhnlnn, Olowalu, Awalua, Honouia.
Klhel and rvahalepaloao.
Schr. Heporter, Dahloff, for the
Friday, Sept. C.
O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, for San
Am. bk. Kaliilanl, Dabel, for Sail
Francisco In ballast 9,000 sacks nil
O. & O. S. 8. Doric, Smith, for San
Stmr. Manna I.oa, Slmcrson, for
Maui and Kona ports.
From Molokai ports per str. I.cluin,
Sipt. 5 Mrs. K. Leialoha, Mrs. E. O.
Kane, O. Tollefsen, Mrs. Kawahlkf,
Rev. a. V. Kalopapela and four on
From the Orient, per O. & O. S. S.
Doric Sep 5 Prof. Bashford Dean
and wife, Chang Yl On, Lieut, von
From Kauai, per stmr. James Mn
kec. September G. Mr. and MrB. Ki
hlllna, Mrs. Ileldetl and family, Miss
Jones, Dr. Sandow.
For Maul and Molokai ports, per str.
Lehua. Sept. 5. Miss M. Tollefson, J.
F. Brown, Miss Lucy Poaha, Miss I.
M Corrlston, A. J. Wilson. A. V. Judd.
For Kanal ports, per str. Mlkahala,
Sept. 6 Miss A. Dunford, Miss Wink,
ler, E. K. Bull, Mrs. A. Dlctz, Sirs. J.
0. McStay, Flora Kaul. B. J. Rite. Miss
Eva Hart, Miss Mabel Mossman, Miss
Kate Mossman, Miss Maud Dlctz, Mrs.
II. G. Spaulding, L. Koknpoohu, Ed
tverd Hart, Lnpana Keamepoole, II. A.
Jaeger, W. F. Johnstone, E. Knhcle. J.
K. Kopunal ahd wife, II. T. Hayselden,
A. Chong, H. Kapunal.
For San Francisco, per O. & O. S.
8. Doric, September (!. J. S. Spear,
Jr. nnd wife. II. II. acott.
For San Francisco, per Am. bk.
Knlutnnl. September ft. Miss Yooll,
Mrs. Parkhurst, J. P. Vnne nnd wife.
. Carey, wife and two children.
For Maul and Kona ports, per stmr.
Mfciinn I.oa, September fl. Mrs. E.
Keawe, Mni Willis Moses, Kauhlmo
kit, Mrs. Manuel Rets. Mrs. M. Espln
da, Miss Kuliyama, G. II. Hayselden,
David Maligna, W. K. Makakoa. V.
K. lloopll. Mrs. W. A. McKay, J. A.
Magulre. Prof. Bashford Dean nnl
wife. J. C. Hall, W. O. Taylor. W
Aiken. J. D. Hart. Mrs. D. Kahoalello,
K. Hashlna, S. I.aaro. J. W. Spring-
ton. E. M. Austin, Paul Jarrett. R. C.
L. Perkins. MIbs Kauohi, Dr. A. R.
Rowatt, A. -. Naone.
Hawaiian Hotel Concert.
The band will play the fo. towing se
lections at a concert to be given on
the grounds of the Hawaiian ..otel tiilj
evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'cIock:
March The Cardinal Forever .
Ourture The Calif of Bagdad...
Rimlnlscemcs of Rossini ... Godfrey
fa) Ul Ponl Mai.
(b) Sucet Lei Mamo.
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(c) Kuu Wchlwe.il.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Elcnor (by request)
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection La Perlchole .... Offenbach
Waltz Wedding of the Vinds ..Hal
March Ma Blushlri' RoslcStrombcrg
The Star Spangled Banner.
IN TUB CIIICUIT COUIli OF TUB
Island of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii.
Order for Special Term. ,
Deeming It essential to the promo
tion or justice, 1 do order that a spe
cial term of tho Circuit Court or tlir
First Circuit bo held In the Judiciary
Uullding In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, tho 10th day of SEPTUM
BEIl, A. D. 1901, at TUN of tho clock
In the forenoon of said day and ion
tinning for tho poriod provided bv
Done nt Chambers this Itli day of
September, A. D. 1901,
OEO. . dCAIt,
Second Judga Presiding.
The foregoing ordr is hereby up
proved. A. PERKY,
Associate Justlco of the .Supremo
Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Sept. 4, 1901.
1935 Sept. C, 7, I') 12. II.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given to postmas
tors who Rcrvnd under tho Hopubllo of
Hawaii to present their claims' for
postago stamps sent to Washington,
to tho oluco of tho Treasurer, Hono
lulu. Tho receipt for bald stamps
from tho Postmaster (lonoral ut
Washington must accompany tho
claim. W.M. H. WltiailT,
Treasurer of the Territory of
I(f. in thit column trill It initrttd
at 15 emit a Hut unt liueition : iS
ctiih two intertlunt; HO cent unt ictet; 40
ttntt tiro urtli, .ul CO etult ont month.
Th!i i'j Iht rlitnpttl ailitrliiitigtitrvjftrtil
the ptoplt of Honululit
MADAME P. LAMBERT Ulf from Pil.
I'l his removed her DreMmAklng Parlors Irom
Nuuanu Av to corner Vineyard and Miller fris
Where atit olll be pleated lo e her pauons, iwiw
J D. AVERY PUBLIC STENOGHA-
phcr typewriter and proofreader
Corporation nS purllc meeting reporled. Acuratt
tranterlpts of Important documints a specialty
lr.iif reij In, aulhnfi and Bubtlthert. Office hours
9to5t45 (later ty appointment).
KOOtn o i-i'ie
DI.1K , , C. HIM. ..
OEDHOUSE THE WATCHMAKFR l
" located at un Alakea street, bpeclal alien
lion given lo fine watch rep tiring. ioi.im
IF YOU HAVE house lor rent or want lo rent a
I house, see A. R. Hindi. Collections carefully
attended to and promptly remitted, Office in Kaa
hutnanu street sSgs-tf
NOTICE The grounds ol Iht Alexander Young
Building, and the prleate street to be knoxn as
Bishop street, are closed to the puMIc until lurlher
notice (SIOMDl WH. MITCH.
illMmo Supl. Alexander Young "Id.
OTICE TO BulLDbKS Th Union fciprm Co.
Hit Wmrt SAHUhUKSALC IMTI
WANTLD-Youne Lady Stenosriphcr to ct al
W t cattiitr, mui tc CooJ at tc.'re AJJn
PO$t UltlfC, Q"X qt
WANTED Two or thret room lor light noj
ktcplnkT. fur lhJ or uMurnUhd. Amtrkan
couplf, no children. AJJrcts D., K O. Box ,
WANTED -A position at booklrrrr by laiy l h
fihernyeaii ex.trlence, AdjrctsA.C A b.
Pott ofr.ee tax tit. iQlt-iw
JU ANTED Eery man In ton looking- for a eooi
vy itiMl o cat at UruntwUk Oyiur and Chop
nou.r. run jt. y -n
tlANTED-To SELLDumomi andOKALRinus.
In tht latest styles Watches trpalred bya
Itweler of years experience, G. DIETZ. Fort St ,
near Motel. i8o-tl
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD, ne ly and nicely f urnlthed
moioult'i P'oof. electric lights: alto best table
board obtainable Special cpenlnjr rates, rooms
Jt5. ard Jj per week, Helen's Court. aJ Joining
Elite Building, on Adam'i Lane, off Hotel stret.
Tetephnn. White j(t. 0' no
FOR RENT One hall ol store In Llncjln Block,
l?6KlngSt. II. t, Hendricks. lotj-iw
FOR KENT Fu'rrlsnedandtnlurnlshed rooms Fort
St. ci rr Vlneyaid. upstairs Mrs. J. F. Scotl.
TO LET One large furnished r'om for two. mos
qulto proof, electric llglii, adolnlng bain room,
good loculon on car lines. Address O. Bulletin
FOR RENT Ore four room cottage with one two
r.om cottage ad Ion ng on Peterson lane Pa'atna.
AdlressM. F P. tnlstfrice. wis-tw
TO LET House at $ 10 so, Sioxo. $6.to In P ilama.
Apply Campbell Block room B. lon-iw
FOR RENT-Lsrge furnished room for two gentle
man. i;6s Fort M. tQta-i w.
FOA RENT A three roon cct'tage furnished for
lioutkeeplng. No. y Adams Lane. ir-iw
TO LET House at present occupied by Mrs D.
Center roung street cxtentlon near McCutly
Tract. Atply t. F Bishop, C. Brewer & Co Queen
TO LEr-Newtv furnished rooms, mousqullo proof,
terms reas nabl.. Third house aboe German
Bakry, Fort St. io0 tf
COR PENT Nicely furnished tie-room cottar.
' on Vineyard SI Mtaeen Emma anl Punchbowl
d.ess P O. Hoe 6ie. ipS.
TO RENT A mosqullo pro.,! room. fiv. minutes
walk from tram car In cool dlstilct. board If re
quired, telephone service Address "E." Bulletin.
FOR RENT A new house on Artesian street, of
six rooms with all modern Impr.vements En
quire of Chas. E. Frather Consolidated Soda Works.
PR RENT Newly furnished Iron! rooms lor Cen
Uemanfr4 Vineyard M. igei-,w
FUR RENT Two () story houw at Kekaulike-Pa
on Young street, contaln'ng a ted rooms, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, bath roim and patent water
closH downstairs. Kaplolnl bs'ate Ltd ig.i-tl
TO LET Nicely furnished ard airy rooms at the
Ell e. toHu'el street loofl-imn
TO LET Two front rooms. No. u Garden Lane.
IF ou have a house for rent, or want In rent a
blouse, call on A R. BINDT. office with (aulde
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main ire tlit-lf
OFFICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C Brewer
SI Co , Ltd, i86t-mos
COR SALE-New and second-hind Smith Premier
I tvpewrlters for rale or rent. All makes repaired.
Waihtngton Light Co. tott.imo
FOR SALE Two phaetons in good condition. One
used only a short tlms. Address " V. X. " Bui
FOR SAl E Furniture and lease of a t j room house
In god location Inquire go Bcretanla St. Be
tween Fort and Nuunu Sts. tois-lf
FOR SALE House and larg. lot at K'almuklon
easy paytrcnt Apply Campbell Block room 38.
FOR SALE-lols at Puunul, llllha St., easy pay
ment Iniulre Campbell Block. Room 8. tl-aw
PltEaSII STKAW-Tlie LVIon Express Co
has a lot of fresh Tic, straw for sale. loll-tl
FOR SALE-Lot In McCul.y Trad, roixo, Jsxo;
Three Lots In Kapahutu toroisq, it, $14001
Lot on Reretanla St. tsoxso JuJd A. Company,
Ltd. Ofllce. No. tot Stangenwald Building Tel.
Main en P. O. Box 60. roio-lf
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-Tlie "Talula" as
O she now lies In the harbor, She Is a nearly new
boat. In perlect working order, and has been of late
used In lowing at Kahulul Harbor. W. II. Pain.
Fii.J Job Printing a tho Bui
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MORE
when we already had the completest stock In town. Yet if you
knesv the inner history bf this purchase the wonder would cease.
It was one of thoe ONCE-IN-A-SEASON CHANCES, that brook not
a moments hesitation, much less refusal. Indeed, had we not accepted
at sikht, would 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 perfect. Styles the latest ; sdme
plain; some witli elaborate trimmings ; somewith tlares and flounces.
There are all these materials- these good materials-Coverts, Denims,
C'ashes, Linens, Khakis and Piques.' And prices to suit all purses.
PR LEASE Lai-Re warehouse on Queen street.
Apply Camp be' l Block, room 9, igiT-ag
LEASE Premises on Union M. with a front
age of est feet and a depth of to feel. Long
res given wltnout onerous conjitions. Apply to
Pooms o-et. Campbell lllncti. iqti'ff
LOST If the young lady. ho, by mlslak. or
otherlse. toolc away from Progress Hall last
SATUnDAY evening a wb.te cashmere, blue, salln-
llned cape with whit, swansdotn edging, will return
to th. Bulletlo ofne. she will confer a favor, iqit-lf
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are In the State, yielding Trotn
CO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Con!
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
malio your own calculation as tu
Thu ull Industry of California Is In
Us Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky It,
vestments in oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales of oil stocK In twenty lending
companies In California has been
from It to JI0.S per share.
Oil lands have advanced from JK'.'j
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its proprty. Its stock will hau
the same show for even a greater ail
ance, as souio oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, ami Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of integrity,
who will see tnnt thu money derived
from the sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHUfl & CO.. Stock and Uond
UrokerB, and Hawaiian ageutH for tho
sale of a limited umount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Kalno.i (10 lias brought suit against
Kaoo (k), Kala, tw), Kale Ik),, her
Imtband, Kiitml (w) and Kuohea. her
liuiband, Kulla (w) and John Doe, her
husband, for the partition of vertuln
valuable land In Honolulu.
Wo urc now In the Automobile
Building and are prepared to turn
out the llneat livery In town.
Boartlerts tsufe from fire, as
the bulldlnjj la FIRE-PROOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
John R. Bergstrom
Bergslrom Music Company
Telephone U2I. '
Jas. F. Morgan
-68 Qu.en 8trot
BANKRUPT - STOCK
ON SATURDAY SEPT. 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. W. W. Thayer, trustee, the entire
bankrupt stock of the Clin Yip CD
consisting In part of
Chlncsu Silks, Grass Cloth.
Silk Handkerchiefs. Lawns.
Dimities. Prints, Organelles.
Ladles' Dress Goods.
Ladles' Under Garments and Hosi
ery. Corsets. Men's Under Garments.
Socks, White and N'egligeo SblrtH.
Men anil Women's Shoes.
Straw nnd Kelt HatB.
White and Unbleashed Cotton.
Camphorwood Trunks, Illankets.
Comforters, Towels. Kmbroldcrle.i.
Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckties.
Silk r'ans, Alarm Clocks, Jowelry.
Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Combs.
Ilrusbes, Shawls, Buttons, Thread.
Hanging Lamps nnd Store Fixture.
All new goods, and a sale worth at
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method nppllcd to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu hnving PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd ingredients to extract, fill
nnd apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten 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 And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. 8et Teeth . . , 88.00
Gold Crowns 8S.OO
Gold Flllln4n $I.OO
Silver Fillings SOe
Our namoalono will be a guarantee
that your work will bo of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Kllto Building, Hotel Street,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
UWmji . f.-' nwyaUcy.
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