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M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
Wf are designers an J Makers
of Proper Styles of Millinery
and Ladles' Dresses, Includ
ing Wedding Trousseaux,
Tailor Made Gowns.Theatre
Gown, EU Follow that
pretty dres', you will find
We Made It.
Acnt for the l:. ThoimiH
GIovch Clcuncd tit
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made hrge additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
Le Progress Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Eastern Star Degree Work.
All Visiting members of the or
der are lordlallj liwltcl to attend
meetings ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets eery Monday owning at 7:50
In Uarmony IInll,jKliiK street.
C. CIIAK1.0CK. N. 0.
B. It. IIKNDIIY, Secretary.
All Waiting brothers eiy cordially
In ittl. .
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets ecry Tuexday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmony Hull, King street.
VlsUmg brother coultnlly luited to
II. J. QALUAOIlKIl, C. C.
A. B. MUkt'HY. K. It. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third lhurwlay evening
st Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited .
a. r. Qii.riLi.AN, i:. c.
J. D. TUCKKIl Secretary.
HONOLULU COMMANDERY, NO. 1,
Meets In Masonic Temple on thu uec
ond Thursduy evening of each mouth.
All visiting Sir Knlfhts courteously
A. V. GILKII.LAN, H. C.
J. U. TUCMilt, Ueconlei.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P.
Meets eVery Friday evening at Hai
mony Hall, King street, at T:M. Men
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. ", and visit
ing brothers cordially Invited.
0. UHICdON, 0. C.
ALi ilED AHENDT,
ljor It. und S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE'CROI.X,
NO. 1, A. & A. 8. R.
Meets thu tlrst Thursday In each
month at Musonie Temple. Sojourn
og and visiting toothers cmdlally in
vited to attend all meetings
M.W. M., ALIIUIIT VAN C1.IKK OEAlt
ALLAN B. SCHIMOEOUIt. Secretaiy.
" LODGE LE'PROGRES'DE
No. 124, A. & A. 8. Rite.
Stated meetings on last Monday of
each month In Its hall, Masonic Tem
ple, L. de L. WAHl), V. M.
II. H. KItlKL, Secretary,
"AWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
Stated meetings first Monday each
month. Special meetings, when called
(will be noted lu this spat a).
Members Lodge Lo I'rogreB, I'aotflo
Iodgo and all sojourning brethicu cor
WM, II. WRIOHT, V M,
K. It. 0. WrtuACE. Sec rotary.
' "Suliirikra tolJio'jmi.I.KTJX
not receiving their pa pern promptly
will confer n fuvor by notifying tlio
Business Office; Tcbphonn 2.ri0,
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New Stock of
And nit the Intent novcttleH.
Cleiinln mill 0.c Worktt.
10 ccnttt n pair.
Delightful HuHclIng Lots
on Tiintiilim. Delightful
locution fur n mounttiln
On HlopcH of Punchhowl,
Large Iiouhc, $800.
Pauoa Runil, eight room
house. $30 per month.
Castle & Lansdale,
Real Estate and Investments.
Agents for the Lion Fire Insurance Co.,
Telephone Main 70.
506 and 507 Stangenwald Bldg,
Do You Want
If so, why not get one that has
paed through all the ererlinental
stages? Showlrg strength and
sweetness of tone. You will find
the merits only In the : :
MAYER Well known by all musicians and
constru.ted especially to stand the
deteriorating effects of this climate.
King St., near Bethel
Best Insurance in (lie World.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monumental Co., Ltd.
Q. II, Ilcrrcy's orricc, S3 Campbell bid.
The schooner Kldorndo sailed for tho
Sound this morning.
Nicely furnlchcd rooms,- Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Mstlc Uidge. No. 2, K, of I'., meets
tonight In Harmon) Ilnll, King street.
Gomes & McTfghc, successors to Ca
mera S. Co,, liquor dealers. OJ King at,'
Stop at Mrs. Hnnnn's new millinery
More on Foit street near Chaplain
Sugar for the steamer Cnllfornlan Is
beginning to nccumiilate nt the railroad
The Klnau snlleil today nt noon tak
ing n numbci of passengers and much
IJInnk books ot nil sorts, ledgers, etc.
mnnufactmed by the llullctln 1'ubllrh
The bark Cejlon will sail for the
Sound tomnriovv for u load of lumber
The V. 0. Ilnll went on the marlno
railway jestcnluy to lnvc n thorough
Deputy Sheriff ChllllnKworth was
tnkin sick jesterdny wfth severe pains
In the stonuch.
Komteen room house on Union stieet
ami six room cottngc Garden Lnne. See
I'oi Kent column
The weekly edition of the Evening
Iliilletln gives n complete summary of
tho news Ql the day.
The best place In Honolulu to have
Alms nnd plates developed Is nt the Ho
nolulu l'hoto Supij' Co.
Thero is no bad whisky, but some
kinds nie better than others. The Pan
theon O. P. S. Is the best.
Choice Claret t0 ccsts, Port, Midelra,
Zlnfmutcl, 75 cents n gallon at Heff
schlneger Co.'s, King near Iklhel.
Madam A. Schocllkopf from Paris
will tearh Flench In classes or prlvnto
lessons nt her residence extension of
Hotel sticct, opposite Advent church.
Fourteen lepeis wcie tnken to Molo
kal jesteiday by the steamer Lehua.
The parting between tho banished ones
nnd relative left was a very sad one.
The Amateur Orchestra will meet
for legular rehtaisal at 7:43 o'clock
this evening In the V. M. C. A. hall
Every member Is expected to he pres
ent. At a meeting of the Woman's (Julld
of the Second Congregation of St. An
drew's Cnthedial held jesterdnj nfter
nonn, woik for the ensuing month was
Ilnwallan Eleitrle slock
the basis of n dividend of one and oup
half per cent jesteiclay. This is said
to be the (list of the series of quartcr
1) dividends upon these shares.
Otto Hunebcrg. son of 12. Haneberg,
bookkeeper of Olovialu plantation, died
at the CJuccii's Hospital Sunday of
meningitis. Deceased had been 111
about a month He was In his twelfth
The Arion Muslcul Society has mov
ed to the corner of Hotel and River
streets. Harry Klemme has resigned
from the olllco of president nnd a new
election has been cnlled for Wedncs
Those u Milug reliable liort.cn, ex
perienced drivel s, nevf rigs, fair prices
and couiteniis treatment should call nt
the Tenltory Stables. 'I heir telephone
number Is Main 33. They deliver and
call for llgs free of chaigc.
Am )ou Inteicsteil In photography?
If so lime the Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. show jou the Al-Vlstn camera,
takes In everything In sight In a radius
of nluetj degiees, the greatest stride
)rt made in the development of hand
Tho Queen hotel c lunges hands to
day, V 11. Heine has bought tho
icuhc, fuiultme and all the Interests
ot ltcv. V K Azlilll and will mn tho
house fiom now on. Mrs. Heine wng at
the head of tho Foil slieet house for
a number of yeais,
Tho lleic-tnulu Tenls Club's tourun
incut In singles will begin tomorrow
afternoon ut the louits on Young
street, opposite Thomas Square. The
entries close at Pearson '& Potter's at
0 o'clock today. Everyone Interested
I'l tennis Is Invited to be pieseut at
The work of the 1'iee Kindergarten
and Chlldien's Aid Association of Ho
nolulu will lie levlewed at the annual
meeting to be held Friday morning at
111 o'clock lu the Y. M. C. A. hall. Pa
pers and leports will he presented and
It Is desired that all Interested In the
welfare or the chlldien of Honolulu bo
pic sent at that time.
News was hi ought hv the Klnau
Saturday of tho piob.iuiu death of two
natives at Honohlnn, Hawaii, Friday
morning nut. u appears that the men
had swung themselves over a cliff by
n,fii t o r,.o rn. Jl. ...
kT" - " . , '" ,"'" '"'""7 "'.cnnrKo or the outside force at the Cus
flshliie. When Mends happened to torn House Is now assistant clerk In
ome alone a I ttle later on, they found the liquidating department. O. V.
he K.pc had bmken. The men 'were Kton has been nppolnfed to fill thu
no hue to be seen d It I. thought Winn made ui.ant by the pron ot on
that they were undoubtedly killed. No nf Scnnlan. V,
milium ueuiB coiiKi ebcnpc from such u
Time will be n meetlni; of the Wo
man's Hoard of Missions In the lector
rooms of Cential Union church at 2:30
o clock today. Mis. Ellen ArmstionK
Weaer will lead a paper on "The Life
nnd Work of Itlihnid ArmstionK.'
Thero will be repot ts of Hawaiian anJ
Japanese woik as well us that of the
Missionary Cleaners. There will be a
special opportunity for contribution
to tho fund for Armenian orphans
Tho executle committee is requested
to meet piomptly nt 2 o'clock
8I'I:NCI:11 At the" Knplolanl Matei
nlty Home. September 28. 1001, to
tho wife of .Linn o, Spencer, n ton.
CHA8. D. WALKER.
Designer and Builder of Hlsh-Orade
YACHTS, DOATS ANO LAUNCHBS1
V'or t, C92 King St.
P 0, Boj C33. Telenliooe, .u 312
nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H,'T TUESDAY,
At a Wotlng of 'the Federal officials
of the Territory held In the office of
the Colecltor of Customs yesterday af
ternoon, action relative to the sending
'of a mrspnge of condo'ence to Mrs. Mc
Klnlcy was taken. The following were
present: Major W. JV. Robinson, Cnp
tain AVhlto and Captain Pond, these
gentlemen representing tho Army nnd
Nnvyi Colector of Internal Itcvcnue
Chamberlnln nnd Messrs. Couzens and
Orny of this same department; Jnred
Smith of the Agricultural department;
Joshua K. Itrown, Chinese nnd Im
migration Inspector; V. I'orter lloyd.
Shipping Commissioner; William J.
Hohlnson, U, S. Court Commissioner;
n. It. Hendry, Acting United States
Mnrshnt; Postmaster J. Mort Oaf nnd
L. 1). KenlTAe, O. II. Linn nnd Mr. Cnrr
of the postal service; Collector of tho
1'ort K. II. 8tackable, John V. Short,
A M. Noncll, B. Kognrty, M. II. Drum
mond. It. C. Stacknbte. J. It. Uronn,
,ir It, I.. Ilarncs, A. II Ingalts, Ilaymer
Bhnrpc. 11. Weedon. n. n. Kolsom, M.
I. Scnnlon, J, I). (llbson, l'ctcr Nnltinl,
K. 12. Miller, 0. V. Kclstcr. .Mrs. 12.
I'tillllps, Chns. Kanuea of the Custom
House force, and others.
Joshua K. llrown was appointed per
manent chairman and V. I'orter lloyd,
permnncnt sccretnry. The former
R,,oke Biottng terms of the dead
President. After this, a committee
consisting of one man frenu each
branch of the Federal service was ap
pointed to nttend to the matter of
drafting a suitable resolution of con-1
dolence. .he committee of which E. ;
U. Stnckablc Is the chairman, was giv
en full power to net. I
Major Robinson remaiked that It,
was against the rules of the Army nnd
Navy to Join In such resolutions. :-ow-
ever, ho sympathized heartily with the
Klltlment surh n nut forl.l Uv the
Federal officials In the Civil Service. I
After a few remarks on Lie part of
those present, the meeting adjourned.
New officers were chosen at the last
meeting 'of the Japanese Ilenevolent
Association. The selection was mado
b a committee of twenty-live mem
bers of the Association who were ap
pointed by tho retiring president, K.
Imlnlshl, nt a meeting held a week
ago. The election of new officers wni
n the request of the old ones who,
hltvlnif ftprtPil flirnfi inru tltrmffht '
some others should he given a chance. i
to carry along the work. The new
officers nre as follows: Dr. lea Mori.
I ,11 nalilnnf C3 Vtfilin .Inn n,t1n,t . T
, . ' .'...
iniuniiM.1, Bi-ciciur nu u. oiiioun,
treasurer. The old officers were as
follows' K. J. Imanlshl, president; T.
Okumurn, vice president; S. Masudn.
secietary, and S. Ynsumorl, treasurer.
GARBAGE COLLLC DON.
The new sjctrn of garbage collec
tion went into eJTect In tne city today.
A tlxed charge is to be made each
householder, business house or any
citizen hali)K need of garbage collec
tion. It Is expected that the nionoy re
ceded will be sufllclent to pay the ex
pense of collecting. The follow Ins scale
lias been arranged by the Department
of Public Works:
Cottages, 23 cents per month.
Dwelling houses, 50 cents per month.
Lodging houses, stores and restau
rants, TS cents a month, up.
Hotels, pol shops, saloons, from It
a month up.
Laundries, blacksmith shops, small
stores, barber shops, soda water Btands
etc., CO cents per month.
BOOK FOI THE COAST.
The following pnsscngeis will lea
In the .Mariposa Thursday for San
Francisco: Saint l.oca. It. C. Ly
dcclcer, .Miss J. V. Spltzer, V. Morris.
.Miss Jl. E. Lyman, V. Clements, Mra
Wm. Graham, A. N, Woodbow, Mrs.
A. II. Tarleson nnd child. Miss E. Du
hot. Jack Torbcrat and 2 children, II.
Shldnlcjka and wife, Capt. D. W.
ICetcham. W. A. Schcnck, A. C. Gehr.
Miss Wlllard, A. A. Young, A. I.jons.
Jr., J, Flsbel, O. F. Atwood, Miss G,
Srhnelder, W. II. Drummond, Francis
JJurphy, W. B. Chandler.
Mother' and Teachers' Cluh
The next meeting of the Mothers'
nnd Teachers' Club of Honolulu wilt
take place In the Punahou Preparatory
school nt 3 p. m., Friday, October 4,
There will bo two musical selections as
well as talks on "Discipline In tho
Home" nnd "Discipline In the School"
by Mlsa Clahe II. N'ecke and Prof. M.
Jl. Scott, lespccthely.
M .1 Ron n Inn fill nmrht nn-. A I..
-"".J .."i-vccui IU
I'lie olltceia or thn Pnntli. nnl,1 n
, pretty compliment to tho American na.
Hon In lis bereavement. Knch of them
nut of respect to the memory of the
mie ('resident weals a crepe
nbout the nrm of wielr Jackets,
Those who armreciatt th
J caj;S 0f phOiOgraDhlC Work
I j "' J u" 1" -"' "H'1"- WOfK
WISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially 'invited to inspect
specimen!' of her skill in her
reception ronm at the rear of
Art Sbie and
120 Hotel St
I.i'Ba than one In 100 Ilrltlsh fnima
am over 500 acies In extent; 29 per
cent are between Iho and 20 ncrcs,
and nearly '23 per cent belowfho
acres.- . .
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OCTOIinn 1, 1901
Milk .... j,
.The Very Best Milk
fortBnbtes. i I t t
for UnblcH. I t t t
In a word, the "Biby Bland" Conden
sed Milk Is "Best for Biblts" because!
Ills aprrfect food, making chlldred stout
It Is put up In sterilized glass jars, her
It Is also the most economical Infants'
food In the world.
Its purity and tkhness Is unexcelled.
Co., - Ltd.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Walkikl and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Best Terms
Good Bailding Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sizes. : : : :
on easy installments.
During my absence from the
Islands my son, H. Schnack,
will receive and receipt for all
money due me. Office hours
from 3:30 to 5 p. m. : : : :
I. H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
The Ideal Mineral Water
Bottled nt Waukesrn
Put up In Pints nnd
Quarts. : : ;
QIVE IT A TKIAL.
fresh every day.
Fop 6nlc nt the I 1 t
FISH MARKET, Stalls 19 and 20
Butcher Shop, Cor. Ber. & Alakea
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
New Map of Oahu.
Copl ti fron)fiinernm.rtLrvfyi ini Chard,
Mart ol Stl.r PUnl.ilon. R.llwiv., an4 uilur
Kf Uble Srurr, THE MAU IS )! Iq)lt$,
with MI Ic cnkrinjti nj nit mountinirf. mak
Inr virv useful w.ll a Dmantn'al will map
THE mice op ths map is Iio oo. Coplit can
te oMalntd from
P, O, Pol T) Juda RulUlnir H'n ilulut T. H
01 HAWAIIAN NEV, S CO., Ul)
. 5rilf,v -."J
1 f"-irr r r- i i -n Urn .f.
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1178-1184 Union St.
P. O. Bo :?,
,Tel. 62 Main
, ........ iui :ai(ipic caro. : : :
nnd nil kinds 01 1
SCHOENING & ST4EWART,
UNION HTREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 721. P.O. Box ll!.
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A 11.ttur.1l miiKT.il water and
the purest in the world.
If you are feelinn right, drink
Sauerbrunnen and keep rijiht.
If you are not feelinc ripht,
drink Sauetbrunnen aud get right.
TOO MUCH CARE
cannot be taken in getting good drinking water.
Water that is free from all germs and impurities.
OUR health defends upon it.
D1STFIIP PI I TFDQ aR' known all over the
r 5 1 AJI, rim lItO worj t0 be the l'es,t made
and there is no element of chance whsn you are using it. We are
always pleaed to talk to you of its merits at our oliice at 315 Fort 8t.
A. R. HANCOCK & Co
" Hole AgcntH for Huwallun iHlundn.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all gooc
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for tran.H . ' - to
Honolulu, or returning same to an Francisco. Goods wh ,n
elec'!jn to those known to the firm, or v,ut will furnish - j, ,ry
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers,- Gold and Silverware Miinufai: . ;rs,
Market & Post 8t., S. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
ths largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New
prepared to (urnlsh special designs.
Waialua Beach, Hotel
CHA8. DAVID, Mnniiiicr
Now Open for HuhIiickh.
FlneHt ot Accommodation.
HInet ot Unthlnd. I I s
Be Sure to Ccjt OH ut t i
i i i i Wulnluu Station
RATES-$2.50 per tluy I
Special Ratc by Week up
Month. I I I I I I I t
For further Information address :
HALI1IWA P. O.
' HOTEL STREET.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Dealers In Paints, Oils, Vamlshe, S
Stains, Putty and Glass, ofna-
mental and plain :::::; 2
Wall Paper j
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shales. Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
hVhRYTHING TOR INTfcRlbR,
DbCOHATIONS. ; : : Try fur
Diamond Head Floor Pafnt
Guaranteed to dry hard anj gloisy
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. : : : 5. .
'w tt Machine Work.
& Co., Ltd.
When Yon V m a Rig
III T '
: i i . d ,sORT STREET
J oneii :il9 and 72.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drnj) ,i 'Freight
itath'e meets all Incom
fromtho Coat, and we
a ou aK'outgoIng kteam-
i Elicit Sand For Sale
h .'RvtjRlnq; .Bulletin, 210
.Tel. BC '
,.;W. LARSEH, Vfi.
1.6 KINO STREET.
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