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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. SEPT. 16, 1901-
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Out of business? Not by a Jiik full. V linve lioiiglit out
the Pacific Cycle Co., net door (o Elders', ami linve Just re
ceived ICO Columbia, Cluxelnnd nnd Hnmbler Bicycles, besides
n full line of shelf hardware. Tilings look like n lame-sized
beehive down here, and wo want you to come around to see us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all insiJe. Eve-ybody Invited.
We are making a specialty of stlllng the verv
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
the best satisfaction If bought at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
. tgrGri'Cf Hes delivered free to all parts of the cltv.
SIXTH CELEBRATION OF
to he held
Saturday, Sept. 21, '01
COMMENCING AT iti.'HJ A. M.
1. Slx-oared sliding sent barge, friM
for all. Prize, $30; trophy.
2. Slx-oarei gig ineo; stationary
seais. Prize, (30.
3. Slx-oared sliding seat barge.
Iieshmnn race. Prize, $25; trophy.
4. First class yacht lace. First
pilze $50, tiophy; second. $3u, trophy
5. Second class yacht race. First
prize. $J5, trophy; second, $2i. trophj .
G. Thltd (lass yacht race. 1'irxt
prize, $30 trophy; second, $2 tioph),
third. $15 trophy.
7. Fourth class yacht race. First
i Ice. $25 trophy; second, $20 tiophy
8. Tug of war between Japanese
fishing boats. Prize. $20.
9. Swimming race; 100 yards
straightaway. Prize, $15.
10. Diving contest for time. Prize
INTERMISSION FOR LUNCH.
11. Four-oared shell race. Prize, $25
12. Whaleboat race. First prize, $20;
13. Slx-paddle canoe race. First
prize, $20; second, $15,
14. Intermediate slx-oared barga
i ace, sliding seat. Prize, $25 trophy.
15. Steamer boat race. First, $30:
16. Sailing canoe race. First prlzo,
$20; second, $10.
17. Half;inllc, more or less, swim
ming contest! Prize, $15.
18. Four-oared merchant ships'
boats. Fhst pilze, $20; second, $10,
19. Two-oared shore boat. First
prize, $15; second, $10.
20. Two-oared Blldlng seat lace In
boats from Germany. PiIzh $20 tro
Above piogiam subject to change.
Races open to all. No entry fens.
Swimming ami diving races open nn
til stait of races.
All rowing races aie to be governed
by the racing rules of the Hawaiian
Each c.ntry shall Include the name of
the boat, or If it have none the nauu
of tho person who enters It In the race.
Entries close with J. W. Smithies tit
Pacific Hardware, Co. nt 5 p. m, Wed
nesday, September 18, 1901.
For further Information apply to' tho
Regatta Committee) or the secretary,
J, W. BmlthleB. 2'Lil
Sons of St. George.
There will be a regular meeting of
tho Sons of St. George nt 7:30 Mon
day evening, Sept. lfith, In the St. An
tonio Hall, Vineyard street, between
Emma and Punchbowl.
Fire Goln Mnubn.
Some nf tho nennln from WiilmnJ
stato that the file Is going nway from1 Mr. McKenzlo of Illlo, (be well
tho Parker ranch and that It Is now known horseman, will leuve for the
burning ranuka. From Walmea, the Coast In the Sierra, When asked yes
ranch at Mana cannot be seen on ac-,tvrday If he contemplated bringing
count of the dense. smoKe, This same back some fast horses far the next
condition hns been noticed till along, meet, he answered that he was now
the Kona coast all the way up to the out for business and that he Intended
Kohaln mountains. biluglng down a lot of mules.
HEARD BY CENTRAL
."Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This Is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. 0. Hall & Son! Why, 1
thought you were burnt out of
Lessees Messrs. l'olluul
Manager Mr.. C. A. Pollard
SEPT. 1 8th, 1 90 1
Opera Compai y
of sixty pel formers In the chnrm
Ing Japanese comic opera
For the First Time In Honolulu.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 30 and SI.
"The Belle of New York"
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
Gtand Oichestra and Chorus under the
dliectlon of Mr. A. R. Moulton
Stage Manager Mr, E. Nablo
Machinist Mr E. J. Pollard
Ballet Mistress.... Miss Annie Moore.
Wardrobe Mrs. L. Samson
Scenic Artist Mr. Geo. Drunton
Property .Man Mr. E. Councill
Treasurer Mr. A, Levey
The box plan now open nt Wall,
Nichols Co., where seats can be had.
PRICES $1.50, $1, 50c
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
A. II. POLLARD.
Huwn, Hotel, Bus,
Walluliu, Sept. 14. Mr. Ilurjom, the
Wallukti carpenter, has Deen uwarded
the contract for building a new school
house at Klhel. The building will be
C2x50 feet with 13 ft. celling, and will
be divided Into two rooms. Camp 3,
Klhel, has been selected as the best
site, and the new school house will be
built there, as It Is claimed that loca
tion Is equidistant from the other
cnmpH, nnd theiefore most convenient
for school children. The contractor
does not know when to start on tho
building as he Is waiting for order
fiom headqiini tern.
(Mchcnlc to Buy Mules
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Septem
ber 1C. Temperature Morning mini
mum, G8; Midday maximum, ,S1.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.90. Falling.
Dew Point 071.
Humidity at 9 n ,tn. C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station Sep
tember IC Weather liaty; wind llgnt
Saturday. Sept. 14.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, fiom Lay-
van Islands. .
Stnir. I.ehua, Nnpala, fiom Moloknl.
Sunilny. Sept. 15.
Stnir, W. 0. Ilnll, Thompson, rrom
Kauai, with 2fi bundles hides. 2 bun
lies sheepskins, 81 packages sundries
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul.
Stmr.- Nllhnu, W. Thompson, from
Stmr. Noeau, Wyinan, fiom Hawaii.
Stmr. Kv An Him, Mosher, from
Am. ship George Curtis. Calhoun, I."
days rrom San Francisco, outside.
Saturday, Sept, H.
Stmr. Walaleale. Plltz. for Anahola.
Sunday, Sept. 15.
Her. bk. Werra, llrunlngs, for tli-
Monday. Sept. tr., '
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, Onh I
Ilk. S. C. -Allen. Jolinson, ror Sim
Stmr. I.ehua. Nnpala, for Kalnupnpa, I
Wallaii, Pelekiinu, Hnlnwn, at 5 p. m.
Sehr. Ada, Tor Eleele nnd Hnnnpepe
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnaii. l'reemnn, ror Illlo and j
way ports, nt 12 noon.
Stmr. Mnutm Lon, Slmcison, for
Kona ports, at 12 noon.
Stmr. W. O. Ilnll, Thompson, for,
Kauai ports, nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Mnul, tit
o p. 111.
Stmr. Mnul, Dennett, for Pnaiihan
and Kiiknlau at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Hawaii, Berg. Ooknla, Papa
loa, Laupahoehou and Mahiikoiin, nt
5 p. 111.
From Maul, per stmn Claudlne, Sep
tember 15. It. R. Berg. J. W. Jinn-1
nlng, wife and two children; J. i.
Holt. Miss Daraclough, Dr. Dlnegnv,
W. G. Hyman, Miss E. Taylor, MIhj
Hannestad, D. Haughes, Mr. Samonn. '
F. M. Hatch nnd two chlldien. Miss I
A. Kamaka. Rev. J. E. Keklpl. Y.
Young, wife nnd son and servant: F. ,
II. Duff, Master F. Coffee. Miss Hart. ,
Miss Winnie, Major Wood, wife nnd
son; S, Tsutsiil., I. Mntsiimiirn, S. T.
Alexander, J. J. Hair, Jno. Scott. Mas
ttr O. Kawnlaea, W. Schilling,. Tens
Wong. Miss Plcknrd. Miss L. Rlchaid
sen. C. P. Grlmwood, H. Howell, P..
L. Cutting, E. A. P. New-comb. Mis
S. Newcomb. C. llortfeld. Master J.
Aknna, C. Ah You, wife nnd two chll-(
dren; Mrs. Deucniichelle nnd sixty-i
eight deck. I
From Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall.
September 15. Master Rice, H. O.
Jaeger, Miss Splcker. Miss Rice. Mn-
srs. Hayseldcii, Smythe, Crelghtcm. Dp '
Holt, So Yoiig. Davidson. W. II. stone,
Chong Yet, Achong, Wells. Cnpt. So
renson, Miss Rorden. Miss Rice. Miss
Sorenson, Miss M. E. Lyman. Miss L.
E. Wilcox, Miss Sorenson. Miss Kai
lua. Messrs. I. Hnrt, LI Sheong. Tit
comb. Mrs. Kamanaho, Miss Kamnno
ho, .Mrs. Delanux nnd three children,
A. S. Wilcox, wife nnd children; .Mr.
Smith, Father Maurice.
From San Francisco, per Am. shin
George Curtis. September in. Mr. and I
-Mis. wilier. Miss Gertz, Miss Lynch.
DEALT WITH BY 1
George Kalua. Wllle Forrest,
ku and S.im Kaluawnl, the four re- WANTED Two girls to woik In bind
malnlng runaways from the reform I ery. Enquire at this office. 1943 tt
school who were cnptuied nt Ewa on vVANTEDFninllii.,! rn,,m'Tunty.
nrVleLl'guMVralntml S for l" "gj
the reform school. joint. utj-iw
Willie Foriest was the spokesman WANTED Pupils to learn typewrit-
of the gang and stepping forward, he
sain to Judge Wilcox: "Yes, we ran
uway but we did It for a cause, Mr.
Needham, the superintendent, hns
been In the habit of working us very
hard and then not giving us enough
.lltilfrn W'lW.nv m.ntlrinn.l tha fanl
that the barrels of pol sent to the'
school bad ucen In the -libit of mak
Ing their appearance at the factory
with a lot of poi remaining In the bot
toms. This would look as It the boys
hud had all they wanted to cat. In
his mind, the reason for the boys run
ning away was to be found In the fact
that a certain teacher who had allowed
smoking and tobacco chewing on the
part of the boys of the reform school,
nail been dismissed nnd one who would
not allow such practices, had been
put In his place.
George Kalua was given threo
months nt hnrd labor In Onliu Jail, with
an additional fine of .- and costs. Wil
lie Forrest, Wnlku and Sam Kaluawnl
were each given three months more In
the reform school, the same to begin
at the expiration of tho old sentences.
Articles nf nRRnplntlnn warn flln,! In
the Treasurer's office today to'lncor-
porate "The Honolulu Creamery, Lim
ited." The applicants are M. J. Bis
sell, C. S. Richards, George E. Morgan,
Edward T. Grady and W. J, Johnson.
The capital stock Is $5000 In $50
shares, with tho privilege of Increas
ing it to $100,000. All excepting John
son with one share subscribe for 25
shares each. The purpose is to deal
In dairy products and manufacture
them, also to buy, sell and deul In
tempernnce beverages, refreshments,
confectionery, etc., to deal In ice nnd
operate told storage, with the usual
real estate nnd financial privileges.
Henry Peters of the Capitol base
eall team diapped $25 In old coin nt
Punahou on Saturday, The three coins
were picked up close together, but
J, tviillke, a pessenger In the Capitol
claimed that he was the loser and took
the money from tho finder .
Chinese building claims were before
the Fire Claims Commission this
morning, E, A, Douthlti Is watrhlng
tho government's Interests. F. M.
Brooks Is attorney for the claimants.
SHIRT WAIST COLLARS
STYLE AND COMFORT
J COMBINED : ,: :
Be Advised and Try One
Ads. in this column will be Inserted
l at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 29
j cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
,week: 40 cents two weeks, and 60
, cents one month. This Is the cheapest
'advertising ever offered the people of
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropolc bldg., 1150
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 345.
SELECT RELIABLE HELP Male or
female. Tel. 2811 Blue or call "Se
lect Employment Office." Magooa
bldg. Merchant and Alakea Sis.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions in
guaranteed for twenty years, and
are made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nre as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed pr money refunded. Son
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Illlllard Table Woiks. Chi
cago, Ills. ivai-zm
MRS. HORTON having returned from
her lslt to the Coast, will resume
Pianoforte Tuition Wednesday, Sep
tember 11. Residence, 53 Vlneyai.l
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to lent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Office 115 Knal.umanii street. 1893-tf
' NOTICE Tho grounds oi tho Alexan
der Young building, and tho private
street to be known as Bishop streot,
nre closed to the public until fur
(Signed) WJI. MUTCH.
lS7S-3m Supt. Alex. Young Bldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unloa
Expiess Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
'ik: position found when competent;
lowest terms. Roam 8, Magoon bid.
WANTED" $1,000 to enlarge an al
ready paying business; quick ru
turns; no risk. Address C. A., this
office. , 1940-lw
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer: experienced. I.
H P.O. box 363. 1939-tf
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to appoint agents for the la
nious "Gamo o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place or all
forbidden Blot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Pnlmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED A position as bookkeeper
by lady with fifteen years" experi
ence. Address A. C. A. E., Postofllco
box 231. 1932-2W
WANTED To sell Diamond nnifbpol
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jewejor of 35 yeari'
experience. O. D1ETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. ' 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room, $5 per mo.
Also front room furnished, only $10.
53 Vineyard St. 1937-tf
TO LET House at pres:nt occupied
by MfsD. Center. Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Bakery.
OFFICES FOR RENT In Brewer
building, Queen St., on reasonable,
teims. Apply to O. Brewer & Co.,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room cottage on Vineyard St., be
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Box 612. 1928-tf
T$ RENT A mosquito proof room,
flvo minutes' walk from tramcar In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "E" Bul
letin. 1926 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
Blan St., nf six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
Works. r 1922-tf
f JtfY DEAR" said the
I W i, room , ''Why do you
insist on turning in
the neck of your ihirt waist like
that? It isn't at all artistic."
"Because, John, it's so hot rere."
said the bride, "And, besides, low
neck is all the style in the East
now." Two good reasons ; true
ones, too ; but we wonder If that
bride had been introduced to the
8I1IRT WAIST COLLAR.
Made of dainty laces and ribbons,
it can be worn with any shirt
waist,'addlng prettily to the appear
ance of that garment, and taking
away the unfinished look which it
has when the neck band is merely,
folded In. They don't cost much
either. A dollar will enable you
to try the experiment. '
i , ;
TO LET Two
FOR RENT Cottage on South St. six
rooms; modern Improvements; $20.
Emmett May, Judd Bldg. 1940-tf
FURNITURE For sale, furniture of
G-room cottage (new) with privilege
of renting cottage at $17 per month.
Call No. 625 Marmlon St. 1938-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, .etc. Apply G. II., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. S.
McGrow, cor. of Beretanta and
Richard Sts., suitable for doctor's
office or private residence. Apply
to Dr. J. S. McOrew. Lunalllo, cor.
Ilackfeld, or J. T. McOrew, Bishop
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
r.state, Ltd 1921-tf
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. It. BINDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co..
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
FOR 9ALE Illlllard table and outdt
In good condition; cheap. Address,
'Table." this office. 1943-lw
FOR SALE Furniture of four rooms,
very reasonable. Address J. B. R.,
Bulletin. 19 13-1 w
FOR SALE Stelnway parlor grand
piano: penect condition. Call on
Will II Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE Npw and second-Hand
Smith Premier typewriters for salu
or rent. jll makes repaired. Wnsn
Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition, uno used only a abort
time. Address "V. X.,' Bulletin of
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract.
190x90. $2,2(0; three Iota In Kapa
hull!. 19.000 square feet. $1,400; lot
on Deretanta St.. 150x50. Judd k'
Co., Ltd. Office No. 307 Stangon
wald building: telephone Main 223;
P. O. Box 667 1910-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula," as she now lies In the har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with a .frontage of 242 feet and a
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
L08T Pass book No. 3345 on Bish
op's Savings Bank. Finder please
return to this office and receive re
LOST If the young lady, who, by
mistake or otherwise, took away
from Progress Hall last SATRU
DAY evonlng a white cashmere,
blue satln-llned cape, with white
Bwansdown edging, will return tt to
th Bulletin office, she will confer a
Notice U hereby given that the un-
Idorslgned have, on 11th day of Se.i-
iciiiuer. i, u. ivui, lornieti a co-pan-nershlp
under the name and style of
the Pioneer Advertising Co., doing bus
iness at suito 7, Model block, Hono
lulu, T. II.
The nature of said business being
thii carrying on of general advertising
undor tlw management of Chas. R,
(Signed) OEO. A. HOWARD. JR.
CHAS. R. FRAZIER.
Honolulu, Sept. 16. 1901. l43-2t
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Jas. F. Morgan .
AUCTIOMEBR AND ,
-68 Qn Btraat
THIS SPACE' RESERVED
JAS. P. MORGAN.
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 having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable 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
ua 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 8S.00
Cold Crowns SS.00
Gold Fillings 81.00
Hllver Fillings 50c
Our name Mono will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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