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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1901.
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IN LARGB VARIETY
Black and galvanlseJ, In any length;
X Inch to' 4 Inch thick.
Dlston's mak;a big supply on hand.
Palms and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ',( Inch to 6
Klce Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
Fort V.. oppulte Spreckels Bank.
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There is in store for yon
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Donghnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J." Oswald Lnttcd,
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I fypus(OQLlHG$y Agents "Arabic" l
Cooling Compound g
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S 20deg. LOWERTEMPERATURE
ffhin uncoared roofs
I luve painted .evernl large Iron
Warehouses here in Honolulu with
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com
pound, and am pleased to say it is
giving the very best of satisfaction.
It preserve the iron from rust, is
most durable, anJ keeps it cooler
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience as a painter, 5
years here in Honolulu, anJ I have
yet to find as good a paint as the
"ARABIC" for Iron Roofs.
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NBW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In The Lntcitt DcHljcns.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
v C. W. Macfarlanc,
Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY find PRICE.
FLAT OPENINQ BOOKS
"Wall, iDOiolxols Oo., Ltd.
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PALE LAGER and, .
PREMIUM PALE BEER
dre brewed by 'the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'il, St. Louis.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO:',' Ltd. -.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Ulnnds.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Take a ride on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
A bankruptcy notice of J. A. Butter
field nppcars under New Today.
Sec For Sale column on page 8 for a
horse, buggy and harness, cheap.
A notice to creditors of the J. J.
Stewart estate appears Under Now To
1 George Gardner, Englishman, nan
naturalized by Judge Estco this morn
ing. Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and. Mer
chant. There aro furnished rooms to let on
Richards street. See To Let column
on page 8.
J. M. Vivas has a few Importel
milch cows for sale. See Kor Sale col
umn on page 8.
Tho Island steamer J. A. Cummins
was taking on considerable freight
this morning at Oceanic wharf.
Krnnk n. Thompson, administrator,
has returned the nluc of tho late J. J
Stenunrt's cntato as $1401.10.
(Jnltc a number of tho golfers of the
city went t the Mo.malim links jci
terday afternoon for n quiet game.
The educational classes nt the Y. ,I.
C. A. will bcrfln tonight nt tho usual
time, and the gymnasium class will
commence tomorrow evening,
J. Knhnulello petitions that W. O.
Smith be appointed guardian of his
son, Joe Jose Kahaulello, aged six
5 cars and whoso mother Is dead.
Popular Oeorgo C. Strateniejer who
was temporarily suspended by Collr -
tor Stackable for fifteen da)s returned
to duty on tho 20th of December.
The German ship Mario Hackfe'.il
will be docked at Ha 1 1 road whurf today.
The agents. II. Hackfeld & Co.. will ho
gin discharging her cargo nt once.
It you want any of the exquisite col
or work or those pietty to pa albums
that arc now offered by tho HONOLU
LU l'HOTO SUPPLY CO., you had best
get In jour order early as the supply
does not nearly equal tho demand. '
In the Police Court this forenoo'i,
Chu Kun, the man who was nrrest'd
some time ngo In the Rtoro of the
Kwong Lee Yuen Co. on the charge tt
unlawful possession of opium, plead
ed guilty to tho chnrgo In the Pollco
Court thla forenoon and was fined $30
I). Knunahl, a former Custom House
guard, was arrested yesterday on the
charge of selling slplrtuous liquor
without a license. Ills case came up
for trial In the Police Court this fore
noon but waB continued unrll tomor
row nt the request of his attorney, A
O. Correa. .
The exiaatlonB for the building it
tho corner of Kort and King Btrects will
be finished by the end of the week.
The contractors hno been ft bit handi
capped because of their determination
to let off no blasts of giant powder dur
ing the busy hours of the day but, all
things taken Into consideration, they
have ilono excellent work .
An explosion took place at the Hono
lulu' Steam laundry works at !:"u
this morning. The bottom of the .is
generator used for heating purposes
blew out. Mr. Mclutyie, foreman of
the works, was badly scalded In tho
nrm. Some nuidUnes nra put out of
use for several da)s. Louli Marks; the
company's manager, says that the 'ac
cident fas onq that could not hae
In this Issue appears tho professional
card of Messrs. Peterson & MatthcT
nian, who start out with tho New Year
In the general practice of Jaw, Mr. Mat
thew man, though a new arrival here,
comes very highly recommended, and
Intends to make tho Islands his homo.
Ho is a graduato of Yale Unlvcrsl'y
and also of the Yale !aw School, class
of '96, and Is a practitioner of the bar
of the courts of Connecticut and part.
cularly of New Haven, where he hi
been nctlvcly engaged for tho paBt four
years. He leaves n largo and lucrative
practice to throw In his fortune anJ
grow up with what he considers and
terms tho "best of our new posses
sions." Mr, Matthewmnn was admitted
to practice before tho Hawaiian bar on
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
!))bW8 combine all these in
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanan has just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
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McINERNY SHOE STORE,
I Whitney J
, & Marsh, Lti.
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping Bags, Silk Gloves, Kid Gloves,
Combs, Hair Ornaments, Ribbons, Silk '
Underwear, Golf Capes, Separate
Skirts, and Thousands of Other
Novelties. Popular Prices.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Berclania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGB
Honolulu, January 3, loot.
NAME OF STOOK I Cj' J a RM
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
and BUSINESS MEN !
Applications will be received for Stores and Oflice
premises in the building to be erected by the undersigned
at the corner of Fort and Beretania Streets. '
The requirements of intending occupants us to size
of store and space required will b; given particular consid
eration and attention previous to ihe drawing of the final
plans and erection ot the building.
Parties desir us of obtaining stores or otlices in this
advantageous site should apply at once at my otlice.
"W" "Ta,1;cla. "s7"la.il "So-a. Sleep
BOWER'S ''MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
RtllibU Wiuhmtn turnlihxl tor ftoiti in4 property. B.itCtrj rifipw tualttMj, D.tMtti.
ud conBdentUI work ol ill lort. . il
Office Room 4"Model Block
P. O. ItOX 284.
THE. EVENING BULLETIN
lgS THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONUMiC FOR AUVCRTISCRS tjtjtjtjijtjtjt
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The New Century Is At Hand !
by a Qoocl Dinner.
Table Fruits, Preserves, Nuts and Raisins, Sliced
Peaches and Cream, are a few of the requisites
of a Good Dinner, on sale.
C Brtwtr & Company
twa Plantation Co ...
MaToa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Uom & i Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Horokat Sugar Co
Kamala ug Co LtJ 4
Kamaln Sug Co, pi up
K'i tmlu Sugar Co .
k'otoi Sucar Co . . ,
Kona Sucar Co., a
Maunalf I Sugar Co.at
Maunaltl Su Co r-1 up
NahlkuSug Co. I
uanu sugar Co.
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu Co. Ltl . t
O'aaSuCo.Lti, pi up)
t'aaunau au t'lan 1.0
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ..
Ptptekro Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Apr Co, at
Walluku Sugar Co.
Walmanalo Sugir Co
WIIJ r SitamiV? Co
Inter-UlanJ Sttam N Co
Haallan Llcftrlc Co
Hon ItapM T & Lan4 Co
Hon Sttam LaunJry
Koa-KauT 8tT.Co.Lt J
Mutual Tflerhnnj Co .
MakartACoffetCo Lj rj
Ptople a ct St R f g Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 rr rn
Hawaiian Gov. spr cntj
Hilo R R.Co fiprcert
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cm
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
cart'j k at LanJ Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c ,
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7 JO COO
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SALES 135 Hawaiian SiiRar W ; ice
Ookaliji5.25; 10.000 Hawaiian Oovt. 6.
599: 1S0 Walalua Ji 16.25; 5 Walalua t 17s
5 J Ewa $2S.)7j 7; Ookala 5l 5 5.
Huncrul o W. llorncc Vrlht
Through tho cuntrlbutluna of the
preen ami tlie liar nsHwIatlon, promlM
to Franklin II. Austin, the late W.
Horace Wright reccUm decent burial
this afternono. It will be the flrat
Interment In the new cemeter' at Ht
moml Groe. Tho train left at 2:1
nlth n conxhlernble funeral pari.
Tno later burial permit havlnj; b
granlej for the game cemetery then
ulll be three borilcrt In the Drat funrrt
train. That of the nevNBiiaperman acd ,
lanjer will occupy the regular funeral
car. Hev. V. D. Wcstenelt of K
walaliao church will conduct erlc
Kil. A, Williams Is the undertaker.
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I End of the Century Presents !
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OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larijer and more beautiful assortment of Articles for Presents than evei' before.
Newest Designs In Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace borders
and centers, Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
Collars", Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladles' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice
HUSBANDS ATTENTION ! ,
'! .: . JSPCCIAL GIFTS FQR. YOUR fVWVES. '
, "!' f f . LadTeTSilks, Silk Ciepon and, Embroidered Dresi. Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS s SASHES ' RUGS
A Be'autifu'l'Line of New Fancies. ' In Embroidered Silks, Something New. , To suit All Purposes.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever, and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam and
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engiqes, Etc., Etc.
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E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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