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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. , MONDAY, JUNE- 3.
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The "Royal" Lawn Mower
Is already here. The "Royal"
don't cut much ice but It's a wonder
on grass. You should get one.
Ball Bearings : : : : : : :
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
The New. Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
tCofloo annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount J55.o can be saved.
As mudi light as that of an Electric Arc No merchant would pay twice as much
and of a far better quality at a cost of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
than Kc per hour. One 16 C. P Inc.in- times as much for light ? We refer by
dtvtnt Electric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllster Drug Co., Hdh6lulu Drug
Arc. The Transcendent system of incan- Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where the
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen,
easily cartd for and Inexpensive to Install. Lights of all, styles can be seen. In'or
Passed by the Board formation and details will be gladly given
of Underwriters : : : .at the office of
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, MAS0NIC temple
Honolulu steam laundry
great reduction in prices
having made large 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.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Book Cases l
The Coyne Furniture Co., "d.
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 071 8
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art Roods, and having
received a large consignment of new goods, I
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : . : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of these goods.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work- ::::::
MRS. H H. WILLIAMS,
With the City Furniture Storf . Love Building, Fort Street
JURORS FOR MAUI TERM.
"Walluku, May 31. Jurors for the
Juno term of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit aro as tollowa:
Grand Jurors II. A. Baldwin, Sara
nel Brown, W. E. Bcckwlth, C. H. O.
Drnuu, C, U. Cockett, Tlios. Cummlngi.
JIanuel Faustlno, It. W. Filler, Henry
Gibson, R. P. Hose, Chas. Kanaeholo,
David Kulkahl. Jas. Klrkland, B. K.
Kalwlaca, Dan, McCorrlston, Geo. Max
rcll, It, J, K. Nanahlne, Hakalaau
Oana, A. J, Rotlrlsucs, It. C. Searlo. J,
K. Smytne. W. E. Shaw, V. A. Vetlcscn,
B. T. Wilbur.
Trial Jurors W. A. Bailey, W. E.
Hal, J. Brown Jr., Dr. W. It. Boote,
IV. H. Cornwell Jr.. Pat Cockett, L. IL
Crook, Win. Conway, Antono Dutro.
W. L. Decoto, Geo. II. Dunn, Manuel
Dutio, Jack liow, Geo. I). Henderson,
F, W. Hardy, W. II. Hardy, C. KUeko
ma Haul, William Kalauaklnl, J. V.
Kerr, W. H. King, Samuel Kclllnot',
Moses Kauhlmnhu, J. K. Kahookclo,
C. II. Miles, David Norton, A. II. No
one, W. G. Obb, Dan Quill, J. K. Illch
nrdson, H. V. Holiln3on, M. C, Moas,
K. C. Itoblnson. David Taylor Jr.. II B,
Wllklns, n. A. Wadsworth, C. II. Wells,
Christianity May 23 Iienrlk lusen,
tbo Norwegian dramatist, has suttercd
3 second stroke of apoplexy and his
condition Is now almost hopeless.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, June 3.
Tcmoprature Morning minimum,
73; Mlday maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.03. Steady,
Dew Point 64F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 59 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
3. Wefthcr clear; wind NE.
t Sunday, June 2.
U S A T Lavvton, Magune, from San
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai,
imr noeau, wyman, irom Kauai.
Stmr Iwalanl. Greene, from Kauai.
Am schr John A Campbell, Smith. 30
aays irom fort waKeiev.
Am sp Gov Roble, Harrington, 48 days
Am sp Balclutha, Hatfield, 48 days from
Am bk Chas B Kennev. Anderson, to
days from J1 ewcastle.
Am sp C F bargent, Melville, 27 days
Am schr Defiance, Blum, 24 days from
Am schr W F Wltezman, Dlnkewltz.
25 days f'om Puget Sound.
Am schr Heltne N Kimball, Hansen,
from Kahulul, for Fanning hland.
Monday, June 3.
Am bkt JCPfluege', Potter, 15 das
from Sau Francisco.
Am bk Amelia, Wilier, 22 davs from
Am -chr Vine, Small, 06 days from
Mollendo with nitrate.
The Mariposa Is due from San Francisco
on Wednesdiy morning.
The band will play aboard the Oregon
this evening. The big vessel will sail
The American ship Gov. Roble which
arrleJ yesterday trom Newcastle is leak
The steamer Hawaiian will complete
her cargo at the Navy wharf. She sails
The appointment of Louis Kahlbaum to
be Collector of Customs at Koloa, Kauai
has been confi med.
Th Lawton made two stops on the
way down. One was to fix a faulty con
denser and the other to cool off a heated
Word ha been received by the local
agents that the Hongkong Maru due here
from the Orient on the 7th will be two or
three days late.
The Iwalanl towed the schooner Colum
bh from Eleele to Koloa on the 23rd of
May. The Columbia Is supposed to leave
Koloa for San Francisco with 17,0:0 bags
of sugar tomorrow.
There Is going to be troub'e made for the
males of the ship Balclutha If the threats
of the crew are carried out. The veisel
arrived here yesterday from Newcastle and
the men charge their officers with great
brutality during the trip.
ELLEFORD A8 A JEW.
No ono will deny that Elleford ns the
Jew Lazarus, In "The Black Flag,"
produced at the Orpheum Saturday
night, is a laughter producing man.
After the first act, he needed but to
step on the stage to be assured of roars
of laughter. Indeed, ho seemed to b
fully as funny when he was silent a
when he was making some of the char
acteristically Jewish remarks of tbo
part which he played. The others of
the cast were excellent and this applies
even to the minor parts. "The Black
Flag" was thoroughly enjoyed.
Annual Meeting Woman's Board.
The thirtieth nnnual meeting of tho
Woman's Board of Missions will bo
held in the main oudlence room of Cen
tral Union church, Tuesday, June 4,
1901. Morning session opens at 10
o'clock, afternoon session nt 1:30, at
which Mrs. Robert Andrews will read
a paper on "The Remlnlsenies of tbo
Past Thirty Years." Lunch W)1 bo
served at 2: 13, to -which the gentlemen
nro lurit'-d. A cordial invitation Is ex-
tended to all ladles tn attend .
Where is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Attorney at Law.
33 A. S King St.,
Mrs. W. JL. Eaton
Wilton louae, Kin street
An Important meeting of HONOLULU
LODGE NO. 616, B.P O E., will be held at
Progress Hall, Fort St., on Monday, Jul e
jra, at 7:30 o-ciocK p.m.
All Elks are requested o be present.
By order of the E. R.
H. D. COUZENS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE FIRST
Circuit. Terr'lory oc Hawaii. At Chamba'k, In rro
baie Intntmatter of tlxettatvof Huh Monitor,
aia 01 miKiwtn. itauai ini latt will ana teita
merit ot said deceased having teen presented to aald
court, together with a petition for the probata th-reuf,
and lor the luuanceot Ictteis testamentary to Clara
T. Morrison hating reen filed. Notice Is runty
given that Monday, the tlih day of Jjiy, A. D 1911,
at 10 o clock a m . of tald Jay, at tht Court Room of
said Court, at Hon luluOaiu. bt and lh same here
ty Is appointed the tlml" and place tor piolng said
v IM and -a,lng said application.
Honolulu, May ist igot.
By the Court
5;6-June yo IT.S4 Clerk
Walluku, May 31. Another danco
will be given nt Spreckelsvllle tomor
low ecnliig. Trains will run to take
guests to the dance.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F.& A.M.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
meeting of Hawall.tn Lodge No. 21, F. &
A. M., at Its hall, Vusonlc 'I emple, corner
0 Hotel and Alakea streets, THIS MOMMY
EVENING, JUNE 3rd, at 7:30 o'clock,
TRANSACTION 01" Ill'SINUSS.
Members of Pacific Lodge Lodge 'le Pro
gress, and all so turning brethren are
fraternally Invited to attend.
By order of theVy. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE,
185O it Secretary.
JT WHITNEY & MARSH L
M Made to Order k
m NEGLIGEE m
I SHIRTS 1
vSjilk Shirts with one pair detach- 5$
IgljL able cuffs made to your J
Tgj measure for i&iey'
T&h' 6128 '80 75 200 2,2B Jg&
Sglv according to the quality &x&
"jptv of material selected. ffi
Jif. in (Ai column v ill be inttrtol
nl lli milt n fine ori iurertitiii : i'5
crul (iro inierllonn; SO etnlf tmf vttl; 40
ceritntiKi vetln, mid 00 cent one month.
Thin it the cAciitfrt iidiertiiiiigtittofftrtd
tht fietiple (if Honolulu.
OUKKbtl'INU taught, doubteintry. Short t-usl-
neis method, also busing Reasonable 1041
King St. ijj6-sw
X 'ILL Mrs. A. T, Anderson please return the kodak
W uken from room 1,, Tosemite House, and
hlch she has neglected to return I'rorrletor, Tose
mite House ''"
YOUR FUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
Sasoon, recently from the Colonies, P. O.
Honolulu, tl. I.
rOLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMIT-
ted. Loans negotiated. fcmploment Aeenry.
l,rsiranr ni t.i.ic iui ,tmw v. . ... r.
I1INDT, office with Guide Publishing Co , Camp
bell illock. Merchant St. Til Mam m, 18 l-ll
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. have remoed to
I ml Unlcn St . opposite the I'acWic Club, 'rhone
NVimtU PEPPER ROASTS a
- speclalte. Hot boup for lunch and dinner and
the rest cooking In t wn are ti be lound at MID'M
ROOMS King street, beyond
JOTICE TO RUILDERS-The Union Eapress Co
1 has WHITP SAND FOR SALE milf
ANTED AssUUnt Uookkttpe. 'enocrrhir
rreTerrea. Aajrui i. u. uox o. iaiw
'ANTED A twtntyfivt or thirty rcHimeJ home
ry rctponiipm p"'y vy "g '?" "' uj' ai
IANTED On whetl rlgM ; Ont fintcUn
VV Michtmltri helper. Henry Wirtcht, Fort St.
WANTED -Dook-keepeninioffice-clerki, driven
wletmen inJ H daises of help. Don I wait
ontll yiu see tht &i In the paper, tut call oJay at
clrl EmtMovmrnt llureau. corner of Alakei and
FFICE POSITION delrJ ly competent Book-
aeerer. J. l nuiieimmnce nm-imo
OANTED-Brliht rellaHe boy to learn tht print
W In if business and make himself generally use
ful. Apply a this office. i8iMf
1ANTED ladles ani tfntlemen to Introiucethe
W "hottest" seller rn eitth Dr. hUe'i Electric
Comb, tatrnted iBou. i;enis are crlnlnr mone .
Giro all forms if scalp all ents. headtches. etc
et costs th-t same as an otdlntry c 'mb. Smd wc In
amps fur sample D. N. Rose, (i.n. Mki. Dec
tur. III. 18 1 vim
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
Jeslres Doiltlon. (Uatl engines eiDeclallv) Enffimer.
Bulletin Offict i8o8-tf
WANTED-To Sell Jewelpy and Watches
In the latest styles Watches repaired by a
Jeweler of u years experience, G. DIBlZ. iu8
Nuuanu St, 1808-tf
YOUNU MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
once. Address "AN.' Bulletin Offict.
TU Lei A 10 r room collage, Kuerten, panuy ana
ba thine rnom, situated on Cunha's Lane, back
of Vineyard St Aptly to J. A. M Osorlo. liquor
JIHI 1I1IVUI Ul ,U'liiia?KTI aU , rulM , lta,.
70R RENT -A suite of three furnished rms
suitable for housekeeplnc. n6; Fort St. 5S'iw
FOR RENT -Seven room cottait at Walklkl Beach
Flnt location sea bathing, servants quarters.
Inquire at Emmet May's office, . itss4t
fFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
VJ occupied by Major Robinson a Quartermaster's
offices. In Pro cress II o.k, will be for rent after June
jo Tht rooms will be rented slnely or en suite.
Apply to C. S. Pesky, Progress Block. i8wtf
FURNISHED ROOMS-A ont room cottare suit
able for one gentleman. Also several furnished
romi. 6iq Hotel St. .8,c-iw
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc.
next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G Cunha
at premises mii
FOR RENT Moiqulti proof, one room cottage,
furnished Co It. Cottage Walk, off School 5t
TO LET Elegantly furnished "throughout" Seven
room house Rent for term at $4S per month,
cplendld location. King street, between Walklkl
Road and Thomas Square. Atkinson, Room 8, Ma
goon Building, Merchant St.
rO LET Furnished front room, only $10 monthly.
Private family, ij Vineyard St., below Nuuanu,
TO LET Four large front rooms, cool and airy,
hot and cold bath, electric llehts. AddIv to Mrs,
Taylor, yellow house. Klnau St', near Alapel jp-iw
TO LET House on Chrlsttev Lane and furn'ture
tor sale Apply Mrs H. L. Eddy. 1848-.W
TWO COTTAGES TO RENT, CentrallWated.
1 Apply to L. I , Alvarei, 1140 Emma St. i8ttf
TO LEASE For a term of three years tht famish
ed residence of John Caskldy. Walklkl: a two-
s'ory house of nine rooms, with large lanal, mosquito
proor tnruugnoui ; not waer tor cam; aiso cottage
of two rooms In yard. Good beach and sea bathing;
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASblUY. 1005
Beach Road. Walklkl, or P. O Box 6n, tfijyiw
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
board. You-g tht , near Pilkol 1841-im
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
improvements, two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire a the Mint or Favorite Saloon iBao tf
"O LET Comfortable cottares on tlu premises of
urn .-1,111114 y siiram u iviiuiy wu , bu . j'lainiiun
and South streets The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen ai.J uath room. N' extr charge for hot and
cold waier and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J Llghtlo t manager y8-tf
FOR SALL-Tho fine California hur.es, juit arriv
ed. Ont driving hone and the other suitable for
cxriess, hack or double carriage I or further purtl
cuU's apply to S, Lowdm, Kahhl, corner ot Keilll
and heckley 8n4-t
FOR SALE A blccle merry-go'reund. carries 16
paivengers, little used wost $650, v. Ill stll for
fi;o, tnqulre at ij Merchant St i8ji-iw
FOR SAIE-Plants, ferns and (lowers In tubs,
FOR SALB at a bargain. Houn; and tot at Punahou
Seven rooms and bath. All mjJ.rn conwnknees.
Apply to Mrs. f, B Clapham, i8jj Anapunl street.
FOR RENT Two Cottages at Wall Ik) Rent Iij
pjer month each. Inquire of S. T Pain, Tram
way s office, Puuahuu. iBjt-aw
COR SALC-Bargalns; fine lot jixtij. MOKAUEA,
1 KALIHI. krlrnJIi view. chn. btt.iulr 31 thl
rniiC.ict... av ..., .
uvi jnn.- 4s "c. n car a in. i up KUggy, ja-ja
asnw Fxtenslon spring. Made to order In
quire ol W W. Wright, t ort St. i8im
FOR SALE Atgaroba cordwood, In quantities to
suit. 6etiered. Arnlv U Llshman. Keaumoku
street Tel Whltej66i 183!
FOR SALE Three thoroughbreJ EnclUh whl'e
setter pups. .Inquire Washington Light Ci or
Telephone 145. 1 849-1 m
COR SALE Six tots on Kapahulu Road. Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Juid Bjilldlng. ''l''
"OR SALE Phaeton, good as new. Futl leather
iop. mat ton puneiinuinfe ta;att
FOR SALE The furniture of a j rooms house
I erms reatonabU i486 Emma St, .84i-aw
UOTEL FOR SAlE, good paying property in
-- ncari ui lown, long lease, cneip rem. Jj.too.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this omce.
COR SALE A Good Hous. to acre, of level land.
r plen'y of water, near a plantation ard stearrer
port, (a bargain) Lindsay, P.O. Box 749. H ono
A HOME 'UP THE VALLEY." Tl.
House anj lot at Uie head cf Kormson Lane
Nuuanu Vallev. belonplnula C. R UlnVv. l ti(trl
for sat This Is one of the choicest homes In tht
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern nnusc, almost
new fine s able, very large hade trees ; no enter
place in Honolulu j and will be sold on the most
retsonaiie terms. Appiv to owner, on the rremlcs.
or at room 10, Progress Block, i8T-imo
FOUND A sliver watch on Nuuanu St. Owner can
have same by proving property and paying for
jvenisemeni. u. c, tiinwen, no. jt nacK sian J
HEALANI'S WILL. REHEARSE.
The Healanl black facetl nrtlats are
working like Trojans, putting on the
finishing touches to the coming per
formance. Beginning with tomorrow
night, rehearsal will be helil every
night at the Opera House. One ot the
features ot tho evening will be the
"Amazon March" which will conclude
the performance. The costumes are
ery cntehjyuul the drills cleerly ec.
etited. The whole piece will be a fit
ting flnalo for the most clever mlnsticl
entertainment ever given In Honolulu.
New Mission School.
Work has commenced In tho tearing
down ot the old buildings on the Cuth
ollc Mission school grounds on Fort
street. The street will "be widened
along the entire front of the Catholic
grounds. Plans for the new Mission
school to be erected on this site ait
now being drawn by the architect.
tAsnnot be spoiled
by good water s
Is udmltteclly one
of the most deli
cate of Whiskies,
yet water does
not wash out Its
and aroma, but
on the contrary
enhances them. A.
High Bull Is the
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Comedy drama of
The Black Flag
THE TWO SISTERS
Jas. F. Morgan
-65 Queen Street
FERNS AND PALMS
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. I will
sell at Public Auction a large assortment
of ery choice
JAS. F. MORGAN. Auctioneer
On Saturday, June 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, fis Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction, by order of Wr. Tsu
mura. the lease of that lot on the corner of
Llllha and Vineyard Ss. The property
has a frontage on Llllha St. of about 41
feet, and a depth of 130 feet. Fronting on
Llllha St. Is a store building of four stores
anj ten rooms, which rents for $75.00 per
month. In the yard are two houses of
sixteen rooms, renting for & per month.
The lot has three sanitary, patent water
closets, wash rooms, etc., etc. The month
ly rental of this property Is 560.00 per
For further particulars enquire of
Jas. F. 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-) roduclng agent or cocaine.
These ate the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Initredlents to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LCST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to so years' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth 85 00
Gold Cro wriH $5 00
Gold Fllllngd $ OO
Silver Fillings , 50c
nP.rllfe I. all aaaaa9tS
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM 4, LITI BUILDIKO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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