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"WL ' liS""' EVENING BOLLETInT nONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, SEPT. 10.
Everybody Wants 'em
Get Yours First! '
E. 0. HALL & SON
F, A. Schaefer & Co.
Sole Agent h
JOHN DEWAR &
.'MO Port Street.
All the Latest Books both
in cloth and paper bindings.
Largest stock of miscellan
eous boolcs in the Islands to
select from. Any book not
in stock will be procured on
FINE SOCIETY STATIONERY
J. W. WEBB
We tire now In the Autoiholillu
ltullcltii)i unci arc ppcpni'ctl tn turn
out the finest livery In town;
Roai'dePH Hiife (pom tire, iik
the liulldlnii Is FIRC-PltOOl.
RING US UP
Tel. Main 301
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
COME - BARLY
Don't Wiilt Till
tlicy tire nil jione
Appolntcil by Royiil Wnri'nnt
lui'vocrH ot Scotch Whtakcy
to Hit MnJcHty, King Cthvtiril
FlncHt lti'ii Spcclnl Old
Lnr-ge Co nut gn in e n t J nut
Will ho ieceloii by the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 1' p. m.
l'llday. the 13th day of September,
for furnishing tho follow Ins Piles,
Lumber, Yellow Metal and Copper
WOO fir Piles ui) to SU foot loni'.
12r12 Umbels 32 to Ku rt. long Mer-
vhantnblo N. W.
111x12 timbers 30 to 50 ft. long Mer
chantable N. V.
X12 timbers 20 to 40 ft. long Mer
thnntablo N. W.
Sxio timbers 30 ft. lone. Mel
chuntnblu X. W.
4x12 lumlier 20 to 12 ft. Ioiib. Mer-
clianlnble N. V.
IS oz. lellow Metal.
1 1-2 oz.. Copper Nnlld
2 oz. Copper NiiIIh.
Illdders will Blule In their proposals
tho price per Mil. ft.- tor ulilili thoy
will lurulsh I'llliiK.
I'rlcc per thousand for which they
will furnish timber and lumber.
l'llce pur Hi. for Yellow Metal.
1'ilee per lb. for 1 1-2 oz. Coppei
I'rleo per lb. for 2 oz. Copper Nails.
Lumber nnd l'lles to be dellw-ied
I'. O. II. Honolulu at Queen street bulii
head, Copper and Nnlls on call.
IIIiIiKth will stnto in their proposnls
the time which they will requite, In
dellier the nbowi specified Items.
All IiIiIb to be nccomptinlcd by cer
tilled check for $"0n made pnjalile to
Supeilntendent of I'ubllc WniKn. Cin
ditloned tnut If the proposal he iuept
ed and contract nwatdeu and ir lihlilcr
nhall full ot ni'Klec t to eec ule the con
twict. nnd biu (loud leqiiiifit within
sK'(ii) days niter nwaid shall hae
been mnde.-such check shall be deem
ed liquidated damages for such fnlluii
or neRlect. and phall bo deposited, to
the credit of (lOieinment ItealUatlou
The Supeilntendent or I'ubllc W'oilcs
leserves the iIkIU to leject any oi'ull
bids. Informntltm In reirnrd to pay
ments inn be obtnlned cm application
to the Superintendent or I'ubllc Woilts.
JAMES II. IIOYI).
Superintendent ot I'ubllc WoiKs.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.. ,
Tho taxpajers aui heieby notllled
that the I'lopoity Taes lor 1901 are
now duo and pnable to the Deput)
Assessois of the snieial dlstiicts, nt
the tlmesjund iilnces mentioned In the
notice b pc'sted tiirougliout the dlstiicts.
Section 29. Act fit, Session Laws
IS'.ifi "II any propoity tax shall re
main unpaid alter the l.'th day of No
ember In any ear 10 per cent of the
amount ot such taxes shall he added
by tho Assessor to tho amount or such
taxes at said date, and shull become
and he collected us pait of such tuxes."
All propel ty taxes not paid by No-
ember loth will bo delinquent
Tho delinquent list wlh bo published
alter December 1st. 1901.
JAMES W. I'UATT.
Assessor. 1st Division, Island of Oahu.
Sept. 1st. 1901.
1930 Sept. 7, 9, 10.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Nptlce Is hereby given that tho an!
rnals described below lmo been lin
pounded In t,.e (iovomment Pound at
Maklkl, Konu, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damngos
nio, sooner satisfied will bo sold ut
tho duto lieu-after named according In
Septomber (!, 1901 One white harm,
branded 33 on left hind leg.
The nboe animal will be sold at 12
o'clnth. noon Sntuiday. September 21,
1901, if not tailed for before tho nbov
1937-3t Pound Mnstor.
Blank boolcs of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Weather Burea'n, Punatiou, Ssptrm ,
her 10. Tern pern tur Morning mint
mum, 69; Midday mixlmum, 84.
llniomotcr nt 9 a. in. 30.U0. Steady, I
Rainfall 0.00. .
l)w Point CCP.
Humidity a! ! u. M. 01 per celt
Diamond, lleil .limal Stntlon, Ho;.
tember 10. WeaHicr cloud , wind
Monday, Sept. 9.
Sdir, Malolo, for, Hnnatel and Kallhl
Rill. " . I
Sclir. Concord, for Pnaullo.
Sir. l.chim. Nanala. for Molokal.
James Makce, ,Tiltctt. for Ka
Tneadav. Sent. 10.
TStr. .1. A. Cummins, Scarlc, for Oahu
potts. ' '
Sir. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
SAlLtNO THIS AFTERNOON, j
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports,
mi ft p. m.
Str. V. O. Hall, Thompson, for Ka
uai norts. 5 n. m.
Sclir. Twilight, for Hllo nt C p. m.
Str. Nllhnii. Thoninson, for Annhola
and Hanamaiiln, nt S p. tn.
Sihr. Eclipse, Townsend, for Kon.l
pcits at 3 p. m.
I'or Hllo and way port's, per stnir
Klnau. September 10. John Knnpiu, I
F. P. UosencraiiK, wife and child .
.MIfh E .IdiHs. Itev. S. Kumarila, Itev
J Aklim. (). V. Surlier, MnJ. W. C.
Purity, Mrs. Mcdelios, Mrs. M. Mr.'
chndo. M.P Shophoid, W. A Halloi
Mrs. K. l'nll, D. Puudt. S. Anil. Ed
Knr llnlstend, Flank Hnlstcad, It (1.
Henderson, II. Kendall. Miss hnlo
Woodward. E. P. Mablo, l.ul Knhl
baum. II llnneberg. V. II. (Iroeu-
well. D I). Mnconachlo, A. A I in Ice, I
II. S. (liny, Mrs. E. V. Puller, P. A
Home, John Hlha. V. II. llurgls, I
(unzts. .1 II Uobcrtson. .1. (1. 11-iw
von. Ml us S. Mnhulona, Miss II. K.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne
September 10. Marin Pukol. Mm. II.
Kolomoku, Mrs. A. ,T. Hngonknnip,
Mrs. I.. Joseph, John Kamnniiwal, E.
I,. Cutting. It. II, t urch, J. M. K
ko, Tcng Wong, C. Vaknain, Mis. C
II. Jennings. A. Sinclair. J. W. Ilo'i
eilsou. Itev. J. E. Klklpl, S. N. Lu
kua, Miss 11. Al.una. Miss M. E.
Alexander, Miss E. Coolege, Miss K.
CHINESE BRING SUIT.
Wong Qual, Wong Chow, Lum Oow,
and Wong Mung have nought ultMRS. HORTON h.iMng leturncd from
atralnst Kuni Chong. Ah Nang, Ah Hoc ,cr ,slt to tm (j,8ti wm regume
nml Alt To for damages alleged to hinfi) I'ianoroitu Tuition Wednesday, Sep
been done by the defendants to the tember 11. UesldelHC, .", I Vlneyaid
piopcrty of the pliilutilTs In I'alulo vnl- St. 'Jil Ini
ley timing the mouths of June, July,
August nnd September of this year.
The plaintiffs claim they hae been
damaged In tho sum of $1000 In that
the defendants have, at arlons times,,
wantonly and oppiesslely nnd with
force and aims npptuprluted water be-,
longing of right nnd by ancient cus-,
torn to the lands mentioned.
The same plaintiffs hnvc brought n NOTICE The grounds oi tho Alraun
llke suit for the same amount against, ,?r .un" '','"'"" ""' , uo I,r'vn'
A. 1'. Cootce nnd Loo Chll Sang. The
complaint is tho same. Kinney, Hal
lou &. McClauuhiin for (he plaintiffs.
. i m
Bellina On Deck A fin In.
As was stated In the Ilulletin yester
day, Charles llelllna Is now the man
ager of tho Club Stabfes Co. This was
settled on at a meeting held vcsterdni
afternoon. Tho men wDo purchased
the stock that gUes the control Into
their hands nie Charles Tlclllna
and II. II. 1'etry. These men now hold '
252 shares between them, n controlling
amount Mr. llelllna will be assisted
in his duties as manager by his broth
er, W. E. llelllna. Perry will have
chaige of the Kukul stiert stables. At
the meeting jesterdny nfternoon. tin
following nfllceiB were elected: Vresl
dent P It. Isenberg; vhe president, C
II. llelllna; tiensmer, V. Unite; see
retniy, W. E. llelllna; auditor, II. H
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage Inboieis In thti Hawaiian
Islands nnd furnish thorn to plnuta-
Ions, individuals. Hi ins or loipora
Ions. Will undeituko contract woik
mil luinlsh experlemed nml tellable
ontinctois. Unlets promptly nt-
Telephono 230 Muln I'. (). box 877.
Illlcn room 3u7. Jtitld building. I'oit
Notice to Creditors.
THE DNDEUSIONED, W. K. AZ
)lll, heieby gives ntititt that ho Inw
leen appointed udmlnlstrator or tho
'statu of Chniles Hooscli, late of Ho
lolillu, deceased. All credltois or said
let eased nie notllled to ptesent theli
lalms duly authenticated and with
iloper Miuilicm If any exist, whether
iet tiled by nioilgiige or othet wise, at
lie tjueen Hotel, In Honolulu, within
Ix months from this uate. or they will
io forcnei liiued. and nil poisons In
lejited to said estate or Chut leu
loose h ait- loquested to niako Iinino.
Ilato pajment In Iho undeisigned.
W, K. AZII1LL,
Vdmlulstiatoi of Chniles Hoesch, de
teased. Honolulu. Sept. 10, 1901, 1938-It
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
llulr-r.itu school children's tickets
ray lie purehused from the conductois
in tho ram, or at tho company's ofllco
in Alapal street. These will be good
or the tiaiispoitatlon of school chil
li en up to 17 yoaiH of ago In goliu
'o nnd lomlng fiom school, between
he liuuis of 7:30 and 9:3n a, m., and
1 and 2:30 p. m. on legulur school
C. C. Ballentyne.
Manager, H R.T. & L. Co
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
I at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 63
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables bofoie buying elsewheie; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions nr3
Kunrantved for twenty soars, and
ate made by n new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions aie ns good as pew; sitlsfactlon
guaranteed or money lefunded. Suo
our advertisement ot "Manager
Wonted" for lawful Blot machine.
I'almer llllllard Table WorKs. Clil-
enco, Ills. 1937-2m
REDHOUSE The Watchmaker, Is lo
cated at 1115 Alal ea St. Special at
tention given to tine watch repair
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to lent n house, sco A, R.
BINDT. Collections taiefully at
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Olllte lir, Knahumnnu street. 1893 If
stieet to bo known ns lllshop strcc'
are closed to tho public until fur
(Signed) WM. Ml'TCH.
lS78-3m Supt. Alex. Young Hldg
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The
Express Co. has WHITE oANI) FOIl
SALE. 1543 tf
MANAGER WANTED In eiery largo
iiilllllt 4n nliltitllil niri.nlu iVtt I li I n
county to nppolut ngents for tho In
moils "(ianie o' Skill" nickel Blot
mm hlno for drinks or clgais; law
tul ever) whole; takes place or all
forbidden slot mnclilnes. Rented or
sold on easy pa) incuts. Securo ter
ritory quick. I'almer llllllaid Tablo
Works. Chli ago, Ills. 1937-2ni
WANTED Young lady stenographer
to net a)t-o as cashier; must be good
at Hguies. Addiess I'oslofllio Ilox,
WANTED Two or thiee rooms for
light housekeeping, luinlshod or nil
(mulshed. Amcilcnn couple, no chll
dun. Addiess I), I' u. Ilox 154.
1 033-1 w
WANTED A position as bookkeeper
-by lady with fifteen years' experi
ence. Addiess A. C. A. 13., I'ostofllco
box 231, 1932-2W
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Itlugs, in tho latest stles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 33 years'
expel lence. O. DIKTZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD Newly and
nicely I til nlshed mosquito proof,
electric lights; also best tablo
boa id; tonus leusonnble; Helen's
Court, adjoining Lille building, on
Adam's lane, olf Hotel stieet. Tele
phone Whfiu 3401. 1915-lm
TO LET !''uin!shcd loom, $3 per mo.
Also 1 1 out loum luinlsbed, only $10.
33 Vluosaid St. 1937-lf
TO LET Two front looms. No. !l
(iui'dcn lane. IShO-tf
TO LET Olio furnished loom, mos
quito proof; No. 2 King Plato, off
Ueretanla. 1930-1 w
TOJLET Ono laige furnished loom
for two, mosquito proof, elettilc
light, adjoining bath room, good lo
cation on tar lines. .Addiess O.. Ilul
letin tiitito. 1934-IW
TO .LET House at presint occupied
by .Mis. I). Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully Unit. Apply
Ii; V. lllshop, C. Ill ewer . Co , Queen
TO LET New ly furnished rooms,
mosquito pioof, terms leasonable.
Third houso alioyci Cerman llakery,
Koit St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT One-hair or Btoio In Liu
coin block, 17G King stieet. II. K.
Hendilcks. 1935 lw
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms. Poit street, coiner Vino
yaid, upstairs. .Mis. J. F. Scott.
l-OR RENT Ono four loom cottuge,
with ono 2 loom cottage uljolnlng on
Peteison lane, Palamn. Address M.
T. P.. this ofllti-. 1 934-1 w
OFFICES FOR RENT In Drawer
building. Queen SL, on reasonable)
terms. Apply to C. Urewcr & Co,
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MOKE
when we already had the complettst stock In town. Yet If you
knew the inner history of this purchase the wonder would cease.
It w'j" one of those onck-in-a-sbasqn 'CHANCES, that brook not
a moments hesitation, much less refusal. Indeed, haJ we not accepted
, at slkht, wo Id we not liaVe been traitors to .our interests ?
Ifsyou h,ive ue for one 'more summer skirt, these invite your
Inspection. "Kvery skirt absolutely p fleet. Styles the latest ; some
plain ; some with elaborate trimmings ; some with llares and flounces.
There are all these materiaNythe.se good materials Coverts, Uenims,
C'nshes, Linens, Khakis ami Piques. And prices to suit all purses.
TO RENT Hesldonte. of I)r. J. S.
Mctlinw, iv) r. (if Ueretnnbi and
Itlilinrd Sts., suitable for doc tor K
oftlc) or prliate residence. Apply
to Dr. J S. Millrew. Lunnlllu. i-oi.
Hncbfeld, or J. T. McOrew, nishop
Hani. 1937 tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room cottage on Vineyard St.,
tween Emma and I'unthbowl.
dress P O. llox C12. 1928 i
Tt RENT A mosquito proof room,
flvo minutes' walk from trnnicar in
cool district; hoard If lequlred; tel
ephone. Men Ice. Address "E.," Hill
In.,11. 1920 tf
FOR RENT A new house" on Arte
sian St., of six rooms 'with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire ot Chas.
M. Frnsher, Consolidated Soda
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaiillke-pa, on oung St., contain
Ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstalis. Kuplolnnl
Kitute, t.'d. . 1921-lf
IF you have a houso for rent, or want
to rent n house, cull on X. It. IHNDT,
ofnio with Ouldo l'ubllsliInK Co,
Campbell block. Merchant St- Tel
ophono Main 374. 1847-tf
FOR1 SALE Stelnwuy parlor grand
pluno; iierd-et tondltion. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 193S U
FURNITURE For sale, foinltuio of
fi-ronni cottdgo (new) with pi It liege
or renting tottago at $17 per month.
Call No 02.' Marlon St. 193$ tf
FOR 3ALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier tpowrltirs for salo
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. One used only n short
time. Address "V. X..' Uulletln jr
fire. 1922 tf
FOR SALE rurnltuie and lease of a
J3 room houso In good location. In
quire r,9 Ueretanla ht.. between Kort
npd Niiunnu Stx. 192." f
FOR SALE Lot lu MtCully tract.
iiiriiiDft oiiit i.... t,. i.. t.r....
jJVAtfv, ?.,i.'vf mi i-u luir in juia
hulii. 19,000 squnre teet. $1,400: lot
on Iicictuuln St.. tr,0.riu. .Tiidd ii
Co.. Ltd. omco No. 30" Stnngen
wall! building; telephone Main 22.1;
P. O. flox CB7 1910 tt
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"TiUula," as she now lies in tho har
bor, siie Is a nearly new boat, in
peifett wot king order, and has beo-i
of late used lu towing at Kiihulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rite straw Io
sao. 1931 tf
-Large warehouse on
Apply Campbell block,
1 927-2 vv
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
Willi a lrontuge of 242 feet and a
itepth 01 70 feet. Long term glcn
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. 11. ..lONSAHUAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST It the young ludy, who, by
mistake or otherwise, took nway
from Progress Hall hiBt SATUU
DAY o tilling n white tushmere,
blue sntln-llned cape, with white
Hwansdowh edging, wilt i etui it It' io
tho Uulletln unite, she will confer a
lavor. 1932 tf
THE WOMAN that found silier rln;r.
with blue set In water near stoae
wall below quarantine station, return
to this office and reecho liberal re
Will Teach French.
Madame d'Alllgny of Paris, wife of
O. Schoellltopf, lessee of tho Uo)s.l
Hawaiian tonsorlal parlors, who late
ly arrhed from the Mainland, will, on
October 1, open up u class for the
teaching of the Fiench language, at
hor home on the continuation of Ho
tel street formerly known as. Pilnt
era lane. In addition to teaching the
French language Mrs. Schoellkopf Is
a thorough musician and bus already
established a class of pupils.
On tho Mainland at such places as
Kureka, Ulue Lakes, etc., she was an
liiBtmctor In French. Contrary to
many teachers ot tho French language,
tho lady In question has perfect com
mand of English.
The Bulletin, 75 cents pet month.
50c ,o 5.00
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 6S Qneeo Straat
Household - Furniture
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I
will sell at 1'ubllc Auction a choice se
lection of household furniture, con
sisting ot beds, bureaus, wasnstands,
chads, sideboard, extension dining ta
ble, -wntdrobc, pictures, mirrors, new
rugs, fliii) l-olier top ofllco desk and
chair, two blicles, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan.
FERNS AND PLANTS
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
at my salesroom. B3 Queen stieet, I
sell nt Public Auction u largo
number of cholcu ferns, palms unci
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TKETH 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 and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and wurranted 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 ot a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find'
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In ndvanco exactly what
your work will cost by a TREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB OO
Gold Crowns SH.OO
Gold Fllllntjii 91 OO
Silver Fining 80e
Our name nlone will be a guan.ntee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
.. mk'L-LL. M
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