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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TItUnSDAY, JAN. 17; 1901.
IN LARGB VARIETY.
Black and galvanised, In any engths
X Inch to 'i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Dlston Saws '"'
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Rmk.
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
Same as your Mother
" used to1 make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
" Chocolate Eclairs -
, And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
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HONOLULU, JAN. 2, WOl
California Feed Co., Ltd. g
II'c frij jiwl plcasnrc in itat-
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ed the temperature fully IS degrees.-x
Vc consider it t good article for
cooling mm ronfs. You ran make IS
any wc'of this you Ulc, and arc at jj
perfect I bcrty to refer anybody to us. s
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lll'STACE it CO., LTD. j
11". . IIOOGS, Manager.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In Tlie LtitcHt DcHlnH.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. MacSorlane,
J. F. MORGAN, C. DRdSW F. IIUSTACU, C. 11, ATlltKTON, ,V. II. HOOGS,
rretlirnt Vice Prekflent Secretary AuJItor Treas. anJ Manacer
HUSTACB & CO., Ltd., Quenst.
Firewood, Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 295. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT 'bPEININQ BOOKS
"717"a,ll, Nioliols Oo,, Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The City of Peking left for tlio Orient
nt noon time. '
Hot baked beans at noon every day at
The Chchalls Is discharging roal nt
I'ort strtet wharf, '
Hoyal Arch Masons have Installation
of olllcers tonight.
Toko a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 6 cents.
Tho John Smith Is discharging her
cargo of lumber nt Allen's wharf.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca Btrcet between King and Mer
chant. The schooner Hob Roy had consider
able difficulty In making her berth this
This being a legal holiday, there
was no session of the Governor's Coun
I-'rank Andrado was admitted to
practice In the United States District
Court by Judge Ustcc this morning.
The Jlauna Loa will tako nway a
large amount of freight for tho Islands.
She leaves tFrlday morning nt 10
Tho ships John Currier and William
H, Macy get awny this aftcruoun. They
were both anchored In tho Btrcam this
Free Instruction In photography Is
offered by the HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It-Cameras at
-j per cent below list with free Instruc
tion ns to their use.
A rather novel sight was seen In the
harbor this morning when a small bo.it
novo In sight using nn umbrella for n
sail. Tho speed attained by the boat
was somewhat remarkable.
Two houses and lots are offered for
sale, also several lots. They are situ
ated In tho best of nelghborhnovls nt
Mnklkl within easy reach of both usw
and old car lines. Tor particulars !
nd under New Today.
llr. and Mrs. James Lino, who h.iv"
spent the holidays with Mrs. Lluo's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hckardt,
will return to their homo at Iahaln,
Hawaii, by tho Manna Loa tomorrow.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Company,
where Mr. Lino Is sugar boiler, expects
to start In grinding on tho 20th Inst.
Tho steamship City of Peking me:
with an accident yesterday resulting In
having one of her metal Ufo boats aft
rendered useless by having a large hob
punched In ono side. It seems that the
steamer Hclcne In coming along nld
to take the Porto Rlcans off the Peking
by miscalculation of some kind struck
the lifeboat causing the damage.
Among the passengers who left for
the Orient on the City of Poking was a
highly educated Corcan who Is return
ing to lils home lri Corca. He IsH grad
uate of one of the1 leading colleges of
tho Hast and is In possession of valu
able diplomas and medals for his won
derful proficiency In all his studies. Ills
knowledge of mathtmatlcs was con
sidered by tho collego professors as
something remarkable. He Is now re
turning to his own peoplo n physical
wreck, mentally and physically, pro
duced by too closo application to his stu
dies. A peculiarity of the mnn Is tin)
fact that he wilt sit In ono position for
hours without ntterlng his position In
tho smallest degree with his eyes com
pletely closed. Several eminent physi
cians hnvo examined him without being
nlile to inalco a satisfactory diagnosis
of his condition. Some have pronounc
ed it brain fug, but whatever It Is the
man's condition Is certainly n lamcnc
abfo one. His nffllctlon requires being
entirely unable to assist hlniBclt In the
I Olymnpla !
I "3 Another New Shoe, a purely
o bL. English Style, Sensible,
o H. Comfortable, Dur-
0BHt able, A Style i
"" H. that never before
was shown in this City, and manufactured only
by HANAN & SONS.
They shape to the foot, need no breaking
in, are progressive, from progressive people.
SL & Marsh, Ltd.
.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.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
I Flat and Roll Top Typewriter
and Office Desks
SOLE AGENTS FOR
The Coyne Furniture Co., L,.
I P.O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. 1'HONIi. oj8
Received Per Bktne. "VVRB6TLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
Plague at Vladivostok
London, Jan. 4. Tho reports of an
outbreak of tho plague nt Vladlvostock
nrc confirmed. There have been nine
teen cases, of which fifteen were fatal.
Tour plague patients aro still In tho
hospital and numbers aro Isolated.
AtmdmiDt lo Kfulallcns Rigardlofj Ite Inter
ment of tbo Mi lo (be District of
' Houolimi, Island of Oabu.
At a mettliiR of the Hoard of Health held
en the nth day of January, 1901, the
regulations regarding the Interment of the
lead In the district of Honolulu was
amended by addhiK thereto the words :
"and not to the an?rsof suchlots, to
the jeopardy othe public health" bo that
said regulations shall read as follows :
"Resolved, that no permits fof Inter
ments sjiall be granted within lie city
limits except to tho:e already pojses
slng burial plots, and not to the
owners of such plots, to the jeopardy
of the public health."
Secretary Board of Health.
Honolulu, January nth, iqoi, i7jC-Ct
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Regulations Regirdlng tbe Inteiment ot
the.Dead in the District of Honolulu.
Whereas", that there having bten no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law. at the expiration of the
period set, October 1st, 1900, and an exten
sion of Jlme.hsvlng been granted for such,
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescribed by law should be avallable,and
now that such feasible arrangements" ate
an accompsa;d fact, therefore,
Resolved, that no permit for Interments
shall be granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January, A. D.,
C. B. WOOD,
President Boird of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1930. i6q2-Gw
Fine Job PrlnUag at
McCoy Married Again.
Boston. Jan, 7. Kid McCoy and his
former wife, Julia, were remarried at
Gould's Hotel tonight by Ilcv. MrvMc
Elvecn, In the presence ot four person
al friends. '
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
micnigan, consisting 01
FLAT TOP, V
T?pEwSrTER6FFICEDB8KS.: jsf' DESKS.
BOOKKEEPERS' ' J
Chairs) Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets. Btc.
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Excluiilve Dealers, Hawaiian Territory
.Consult WANTS in To-day's BulictinSC
HONOLULU STOCK BXCIIANGB
Honolulu, January 17, 1901.
NAME OF STOCK
Pal J up
C. Breef & Company .
Ewa Plantation Co ...
ItanA. lllanlitlh. h
HlljnCom &5j Co.i
Miin 3J2ri,o ..,
Honornu Sugar Co
Hon ok Sugar Co .
Haiku SitftarCo ...
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Suit Co LtJ
Kamalo bcjrCo. pJup
Kinei i'.un,L!J..t-d up
Koloa Sjirar Co
Kona Sugar Co.. as. ,
Maunalfi Sugar Co.a
Maunalel Su Co.pl up
ni im I
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
OUaSu.Co., Lti., at)
OIowilu Company ..
Paauhau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Sugar .Mill
Kii 1'uniation Co
Pcpkco Sugar Co .
Walatua Apr. Co.. is
Walanai Company ....
Walluku Sugar Co ...,
Walmanato Sugar Co
WalmraMillCo .. .
Inter 11 an 4 Steam N Co
Hawaiian Lltctrlc Co .
non. Mfam LaunJry.. .
flahn Lluf.t.a f
Hawaiian Gov ftrtrrr-nt
Hawaiian (jov sprrcnt
HawCi PostSav jSpcrc
HiInK, U, Co, 6 per cent
non. Hjpu irnt1.. .
Ewa Plantat n fl per cent
Kahuku Plant. 6 rer rn
OahuR At Lan4Co.prc
vinu i-iantauon ope
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
1 nl im
SALES 5 Oahu, i 55.00; Oahu,
5l56.co;c5 Klhel Pd, fiOoo; 6 Klhtl I'd,
rmoo; n iuiet rj. mh co.
WILLAHD V.. nROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CAST AWAV IN PATAGONIA.
New York, Jan. ".The steamer Co
ya, which arrived here Sunday night,
hroueht n story of shipwreck unJ
rescue. Tho Coyn sailed from Coro
net, Chile, November 2jth, and pass1
ed through tho Straits of .Magellan No
vember l'9tli. As sho slipped between
tho precipitous walls of Smith channel
a company of 102 shipwrecked personi
was sighted on the Island.
It comprised the officers, crew and
passengers ot tho Spanish Mcamcr San
Augustine, which had left Coronet on
November 22d, and struck a rock In
tho narrow passage of Smith chan
nel early on the morning of November
27th. It was dark when the vcBjtl
struck, and sho remained afloat 'only
long enough to permit tho liberation of
tho cattlo on hoard nnd the stowing
with provisions and launching of tho
The party landed on tho rock upon
which tho vessel had struck, and nt
daylight rowed to an island, from
which it was taken by the Coya two
days later. While on tho Island natlvs
Patagonlans could be seen flocking
about the debris of tho steamer looking
for plunder, and guards wcro posted for
protection. Tho Coya landed tho party
at Punta Arenas, a port In tho Straits.
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OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larger arrd more beautiful assortments Articles for Presents than ever before.
, Newest Designs In Pillows. Linen Tabic and Tea Cloths with real lace borders
and centers, Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
REAL LACE. . : .
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., .In endless choice
HUSBANDS ATTENTION !
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES. ,,.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Crepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful 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 Engines, Etc., Etc.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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