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EVENINO DUIXETIN, HONOLULU H. T FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1901.
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IN LARGB VARIETY.
Black and galvanlseJ, In any enzth;
M Inch to a lnclf thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ',( Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
There is in store for yon
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pics
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Gome and see us at
J. Oswald Lutted,
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O.YO-1.7, 17, .AliV. 2, 700
California Feed Co., Ltd. jjj
Pflri I niiTnTcwnr "'" '"' great pleasnrc tn fa(-n
s.wuc.LUfiLniLrir'CKAIUKC t".' i.nl Iron Roof i
i huh wiwca roons
ufltl ntilit1 to
for us trifi yourliAHAl!IC" lltfr'ur
frdiinj f'dint is tjivtntj the very ucti r
of satinfacthn,; ice arc turc'it rcduc ?
cd the Icmpcraluix fully IB degree, a
HV roNMicr it n 'oorf (irfiWe for
cooling iron roofs. You can male R
diiy use of this you lile, and arc il 5
perfect I berly to refer unyhody lo ut R
lour very truly, &
IWSTACE A CO., LTD
W. II. IIOOGS, Manager.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NI2V INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In The Latest Designs.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Macfarlane,
J. F. AlOROAN, C. BROWN, F. IIUSTACE, C. II. ATHERTON, V. II. HOOGS,
PrUnt Vic. I'rcll Jtnt Sccrcliry AuJilor Trt. inlMaiugtr
HUSTACB & CO., Ltd., Queen St.
, Firewood, Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. MAIN 295. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Wo con suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY und PRICE.
FLAT OPENINO BOOKS
XVctll, nXTiolxols Oo., Ltd.
Amendment to Relations Rcgaidlcg Ice Inter'
nmt cf its De:d In tbe District or
Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
At a niettloK of the Board of Health held
on the nth day of January, 1901, the
regulations regarding the Interment of the
(Jead In the district of Honolulu was
amended by adding thereto th; words:
"and not to the ov. ners of such plots, to
the jeopardy of the public health" v that
said regulations shall read as follows :
"Resolyed, that no permits for Inter
ments shall be granted within the city
limits ex.ept to those alieady posses
sing burial plots, and not to the
owners of such plots, to the jeopardy
of the publ c health."
Secretary Board of Health.
Honolulu, January nth, 1901. 1736-CJt
The Evening Bulletin, 7S cenU per
Regulations Regarding tbe Interment ot
the Deiid In the District of Honolulu.
Whereas, that there having been no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
nqulred by law at the expiration of the
period set, October 1st, loco, and an exten
sion of time having been granted for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescilbed by law should be avallable,and
now that such feasible arrangements are
an accomplisaed fact, therefore,
Rtsolved.'that no permit for Interments
shall be .granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
' Trils regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January, A. D.,
C. B. WOOD,
President Bond of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1900. i&)2.v
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Office. ' ' ..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hot baked beans at noon every day at
the Pantheon. '
Take a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 6 cents.
A position Is wanted by a first class
bookkeeper. See Want column.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
chant. An nrteslan well Is being bored ju-a
Wnlklkl of' the foundations for tho
Tho Illo do Janeiro Is reported ns
having reached Yokohama several das
behind her schedulo time.
William McCarthy's hearing heroic
Judge Kstee, on the charge of keeping
ajiallor's clothes, Is taking place this
J. P. Cooko of Alexander it Buhl
win, left for Lahnlna In tho Mauna
l.oa today. If It Is possible, he vlll to
to Klhel plantation before starting for
home tomorrow night.
Tho IJrltlsh Bhlp Falls of Clydo ar
rived In port this morning, 47 days
from Newcastle with n cargo of coal.
She Is In command of Captain Uroad
fooot, and Is anchored In the stream.
Tho public 'meeting of the Itcsearch
Club takes place tonight In Pauahl
Halt Oahu College. "TnJtos" Is the
topic to be discussed. Ladles are In
vited to attend as well ns gentlemen.
The transport Thyrn began takln,?
her bores on board ngaln this morn
ing, nnd expected to get away during
tho day. She will be detained, how
ever, until some, time during the day
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. nro offering freo Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising Arm well deserve the suc
cess with which their efforts have been
To be up to date you should hnvo one
of the latest style Hike Dugglcs, Qus
Schunian is Just lli receipt of n new
shipment, direct from tho factory.
They nro now on display at his reposi
tory, Merchant street below Fort and
The ship John Currier which left
rort yesterday In command of Captain
Murchlson, is bound for the Sound Ir.
ballast, nnd from present Indications It
will bo come time before she will make
tills port again. It Is reported that the
vessel will enter tho Alaskan trade.
M. Cummlngs was arrested yesterdty
on tho charge of Intending to commit
an offenso on James Carty with vio
lence. Tho man appeared In the Po
llco Court this forenoon and, upon both
sides of the caso being presented. Judie
Wilcox decided to put the defendant
under bonds of $100 to keep tho peace
for six months.
Tho following cases wero disposed of
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon: .ih
Pung. larceny In tho second degrc.
committed to tho Circuit Court for
trial; Fujimori, leaving his hotso un
tied in tho strct $5 and casts; Josepn
Wnha, nsault and battery on Kahanu,
i' and costs; Tin Sun, common nui
sance, JO and costs.
It is reported that John D. Spirckcls.
president of the Oceanic Steamship Co.
an dtho largest owner of stock In the
corporation, will take passage In the
Sonoma the second of tho three now
steamers recently launched for tho
above company. The Sonoma Is sche
duled to leave San Francisco on Jan
uary 23 for the Colonies.
Thero were quite n number of gamb
lers in the Pollco Court this forenoon,
these having been arrested last 11I3M
by Deputy Sheriff Chiltlngworth and
others. Some of the cases were con
tinued until other dates, but the follow
ing wero fined $5 and costs each; Ka
maka, Noah Kalua. Demeral, Antouc
Krutz, George KIklla, Ah Lap, Charles
Arnold and A. Buchanan. "
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon.
Shlrayee was fined $10 and costs on tho
charge of comon nuisance. Tho fellow
was caught by a mounted patrolman
whllo driving his wagon along, partly
on ono ot tho sidewalks of tho city.
Tho Japanese asked Judge Wilcox to
be easy on him as ho was n very poor
man. Tho Judge then delivered a lec
ture on the extreme, carelessness of Ja
panese drivers and ended by Imposing
tho fine. '
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They shape to the foot, need no breaking
in, are progressive, from progressive people.
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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
nUQlTQI Flat and Roll Top Typewriter
UIjOIVu and Office Desks
-- SOLE AGENTS FOR
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P.O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONO. 938
Received Pep Bktne. 'WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Grand Rapid?.
Michigan, consisting of
FLATTOP, i V
ROLL TOP, ncRirF nnaUR I LADIES' mm
1 YPEWR1TERS' I OFpCE DESKS. HOME( j DKAb.
Chairs. Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets, Etc.
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive Deulcrn, Hawaiian Territory
HONOLULU STOCK tiXCIIANCH
Honolulu. January 18, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company
Ewt Pljnftlon Co
Himoi Plantation Co ,
Hawaiian Com & Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co .. j
Honomu Supar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Matt,., c,-... r-.
Kahuku Plantation do.
Kamalo Su? Co.Ltd a
KamaloSujr Co. pdup
rt.t.., c... .
Onomea Sugar di
Kolna Sucif Ct
Kona Sugar Co., as
Maunalel Su Co.ri up
" Fa up J
Ook.l. Sucir Pun. Co.
Ol.iSu. Co.. Ltj.ai)
I'l.uh.u Su. Plan. Co
P.clf.c Suj.r Mill
PU PI.nt.llon Co ...
P.rl" SuMr Co
Plon.tr Mill Co . .
W.l.lu. Aer. Co.. ai
Walanat Company .
WallukuSucar Co . .
Walmanalo burar Co
Walmia Mill Co
Inier-Ilan4 Steam N do
Hawaiian citnc i.o
Hon. Steam Laundry...,
muiuai leiepnone to
n.hii Uu a. r ..4 --
Ptoplt't 'ce & H't'e 0;
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent
H1I0R. R, Co. 6 percent
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent
Kahliku PUnl. 6 rr rnl
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uanu k Lan j to. pr c
Oahu IMantatlon 6pc .
300 ,00c I
S.? Bid Ale4
SALES 25 Olaa Pd, 51400; 50 Olaa
PJ.5n.75; 2 Olaa Pd. 5n.7 7 Ewa.
527 751 50 Olaa Pd, 513.75.
WILLARD U. BROWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
THIRTY YIIAR8 DNGAGED.
Toledo, 0... Jan. C One ot tho
strangest ot ro:j, -ice. cu'miaatci! In
marriage here caterday. Tho groom In
I'lilllj) V. llrcldt, 72 years of ngc. till
bride. .Mary Rail, Is only one year be
hind him, and they nrc the oldest pru
plo ever married In the county, ns far
as tho records show, who had not pre
viously entered matrimony.
Tor nearly forty jears the bride ha
patiently waited for tho performance
of the marriage, for which a licence
was Issued In 1SC9. The couple were li
censed to wed thirty-eight years ago by
r. A. Jones, tho llrst probate Judge of
tho county. Just why the marriage
was postponed so long will never be
ltnown, probably, but a remark made
by tho groom yesterday may throw
some light on it. llrcldt said: "I am
going to do tho right thing by her
The aged jjroom came to the court
house with the old license. He said It
authorized him to wed Mary Hall anfl
that now he wanted to marry his choice
of many years ago. Everything wa
regular and the license, was all right.
but tho situation rather staggered tho
Court, and so a new license was Issue!
and the marriage followed.
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