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IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, tn any ength:
,V Inch tc i Inch thick.
Dlston's mike; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from !4 Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Port St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
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,
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
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California Feed Co., Ltd.
We tidt great pleasure in dial- )-,
in; that llic Iron Hoof you painted 'SI
for us with yotruAHABlC" llefrig j
tratimj I'aint is gieing the very best i
of satisfaction ; ice arc sure it redue
ed the temperature fully lo degree. -,T
We consider it a good article for
eoolimj iron roofs. You can male Vi
any use of litis you lil;e, and arc at j
perfect I hcrty to refer anyhody to tis )X
Yours very truly, n
HVSTACE A CO., TTD. '
W. II. IIOOGS, Manager.
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iihin uncoarcd roofs
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!!
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In The LutcHt Dc!i-ih.
and Hand Lamp. "
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Mncfarlanc,
J. F. MORGAN, C BROWN, F. HUSTACH, C. II. ATHCRTON. W. II. IIOOGS,
I'retlicnt Vice President Secretary AuJItor Tress. anJ Manager
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Qeenst
' DEALERS IN
Firewood, Stove Steam and Blacksmith Coal, ,
Also White and Black Sand.
Wholesale and retail.
TELEPHONE. MAIN 295. ? PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Holllstcr'a Roach Food kilts roaches.
Hot baked benns at noon every day at
The bark Alden Besse was moved In
the stream today.
The bsrkentlne S. G. Wll Jer tool on
tooo Dags of sugar today. , ,
frcab mllrh ram for satn lit Hono-
(tiltl Stock Vards Co., Ltd. rhone Main
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
Tho Hawaiian Woman's Club moets
at the homo of Mrs. W. i Krcar this
r,The barkentlne.Hatrlet G. hat Emms
wnari. one amvej nere on me zoin insi
thre days from Kallua.
Parties dcslrInK Florida peach trees
or cocoa Weddcllna can obtain them
from S. V. Jordan, 10 Fort street.
The bark Andrew Welch will haul out
Into the stream today, and the bark Mohi
can will take her place at the Railroad
A Japanese, who understands En
glish wants n position as salesman In
n store or lim.i at any kind of work.
Tho Hapld Transit Co.'s track in
Lunalllo street Is laid and ballasted up
to grade, no longer making 'nny ob
struction to traffic. ,
The men at work In the excavations
for the building at the corner of King
nnd Fort streets havo laid the begin
ning of the side walls of the founda
tion. R. A. Frascr filed a bond In tho Fed
eral court for the release of the brlg
antlnc Contuelo In the sum of $G."iOO.
of which $500 Is for costs, with J, 1).
Atheron and W. A. llowcn as sureties.
The king of cameras Is the I'remo.
First In name, first tn quality, flrut In
execution. Plates or films.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. nro the
sole agents for this exquisite Instru
Tho MaryE. Foster completed dis
charging her dock load of lumber this
morning, nnd has COO.OOO feet yet in her
hold. When she arrived hero on Jan.
14th from Port lllnkclcy she brought
1,138,000 feet of lumber.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works shipped to
Hllo today by tho steamer Claudlne a
largo buoy which Is to be placed In po
sition In Hllo Day. The buoy occupied
almost the entlro space of the dray,
and attracted considerable attention.
Carpenters will soon be at work ar
ranging the cottage next tho old ar
mory for occupation by the men who
will hnvo chargo of the registration
work. Mr. Hassou was over at tho
place today looking over the plnco and
laying his plans.
Tho non-appearance of the report of
tho banquet of tho Machinists' Asso
ciation In the Advertiser was caused by
the scarcity of printers ink and If an
elaborate resolution to that effect car
ries, tho now members will attend the
Murphy meeting In a body Wednesday
Thoso nccompanylng Judge Edtee In
the Claudlne to Hllo, where ho goes to
hold a sitting of the United States
District Couit, are Mrs. Estec. Miss
Ryan, private secretary; Marshal I). A.
Ray and Major' W. II. Maling, clerk of
court. Stenographer C. V. Reynolds
will not go until next Tuesday.
The following cases were disposed of
in tho Police Court this forenoon: Ah
Chin and Ah Hop. unlawful possession
of opium, $50 and costs each; D. Kau
haa, assault and battery on Kama
here (w), reprimanded and discharged;
Raphall Prada, n Spaniard, assault and
battery on A. Martins. (5 nnd costs;
Tom - Carey, assault and battery- on
Quong Fook Tal, continued until Jan
I Olympla ! -
o Another New Shoe, a purely
o BL- English Style, Sensible,
IP at 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,
of nearly 20C0 LADIES' STANLEY SHIRT WAISTS Stock
taking over, now comes the first great sale of the New Year.
Ever Waist bears the original price mark in plain figures.
These prices we cut exactly in half.
75c Waists for 37"4c
Si.oj " 50c I
1.50 " 75c I
2 03 " I.CO I
3.CO " I.50 1
4.00 " 2.00 J
5.OO " 2.5O
7.50 Silk Waists for 2.7
9.00 " 4.50
10.00 " 5.00
1500 " 7-50
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honolulu, January 22, 1901.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drewtr & Company
t narration uo 1 s.ooo.rwo
Hawaiian AfrrlcutruralCo' t,xion too
Hawaiian (.om AtSu Co t.tt,f jo 100
Hawaiian Sugar Co
nonotnu aunar uo
Honnkia Sugar Lo
Ha'ku Sugar Co ,
Kihuku I'tarui.'on Co
Kamaio MJg o 13 a
Ktmalo Sue Co. pJup
Kinrl KCo.Lti.r4 up
Klahulu Sugar Co .,
Koloa Sugar Co .
Kona Sugar Co.. at
Maunaltl Sugar Co.ai
Ma una! I Su Co rJ ud
NahlkuSu? Co. LtJat
" " " pi up
Oahu Sugar Co. .
Ookata Sugar Plan Co.,
f,oo9m oo itn
fo.ooo loo Tn
.OVJ.our. Jt. . tjl
l.joo,oco SO Mfi
LtJ . ait ' fate,
Otaa Su Co.Lti, pi up 1 1 , 100.0.0
Olowatu Coirrany 150,000 too
raaunau su. nan t,o. i.n,orr 50
Pacific Sugar Mill. ..I jooouu too
rat nanifliion K,n ... 750,000 100'
trrekeo Sugar Co . j 50.00U toot
1'ionrrr miii w a 150,000 luo
Wllu Air. Cn . a , t rnr ihJ
Walanat Company )tv)or tool
watiuKU sugar uo.
Walrnanato Sugar Co
Waltnta Mill Co '
Wllir Steamship Co
Hawaiian Lfectrlc Co i
Hon. S learn Launiry.. i
Mutual Telephone Co . '
MakahaCofftcCn Li ri .
niii Uu i 1 r-
I'topiff 1 Ct tt K I C LO
Hawaiian Gov 6 percent .
Hawaiian Vtuv. irtr riil.
Haw O Pott Savalipercl
iiiw n Hio. o prr cenn.
lion. Naru irntll. .
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent. ..
Kahuku Plant. 6rr cnt'...
Oahu U & Lani Co.rrcj ..
Oahu Plantation 6bc
Olaa Plantation 6 p c. ...
500,000 100 .
500.000 loo .
f 50.000 too ,
1 53,000 loo .
1 5,000 too
SAI.KS-72 O.ihu. I1O0 : 10 Pioneer.
Ju8 : 50 Ewa, 527.50 ! 525 Ewa, i 27.50 ;
:oo Ewa. f27.!7'i : 23 Kwa. J27.0 : 10
Onkali, 517.25: isOok.il.i, 517.25 i 10
Ewa, 527.50; 10 Ewa, 527 50.
Flat and Roll Top Typewriter
and Office Desks
SOLE AGENTS FOR
The Coyne Furniture Co., Lld.
I'. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE. 928
Received Per Bktne. "WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
WILLARI) I-. DROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Wo can suit you In
SIZB, QUALITY and PRICE.
PATENT ' ".JU '! "'
PLAT OPENItSa BOOKS
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"Wctll, IXTioliolis Oo., Ltd.
Will be rccelveJ at the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works till 12
o'clock, noon, Wednesday, January 2jrd,
for the construction of foundations for Gar
Plans and specifications at the office of
the Assistant Superintendent of Publlr
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
January 21st. 1001.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
i74V2t Supt. of Public Works
For rr'ntlng and binding Volume 13, Ha
waiian Reports, will be received by the
undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, January
24, loot. For particulars apply to the
undersigned, who will not br bound to ac
cept the lowest or any bid. ,
I74i-td Clerk Judiciary Dept.
Last week a Young Men's Institute
was organized by young men of tho
Catholic faith. Its objocts uro moral,
social nnd Intellectual Improvement,
besides which tho society has a bono'
flclary feature for cases of accident
sickness and death. The Institute will
hold meetings twice a month, hnvlng
secured a place In Harmony hall, Ah It
develops a reading room will likely bi
stai ted. There nro thirty charter mom
hers at the start. Upsides dealing with
the welfare of resident members, the
Institute will watch out for stronger
to entertain. The society Is a BUun.f
one abroad and Its planting hero will
ho welcomed by all who take an Inter
est In the good of young men.
manufactured by the FRED. MAChY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
McDermott. the driver for John H. ROLL TOP. I Z LADIES1
Wilson who was arrested the other day
on tho charge ot malicious Injury by
taking sand off the beach property at
Walklkl just Kwa of the bridge, ap
peared In the Pollco Court this fore
noon for trial. Sheriff Brown Btatcd
that he did not hellove'thero was any
malicious Injury in the case and asked
that a nolle prosequi he entered. Mc
Dermott was immediately allowed to
OFFICE DBSKS.J hSmE,S'
CLOSH 8I2ASON FOR IIIKOS.
Chalrei Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets, Btc.
For Sale, at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
H. KACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive Dcnlcpt, llnwnllan Territory
! .Consult WANTS in Today's Building
The closu senson for tho various
game birds of the Inlands will he on
soon. Tho following from the Penal
Laws of 1S97 Is published to give all
hunteis Information regarding the
months during uhkh they must keep
their guns at home in their cases:
Section 1473 It shall he unlawful to
take, kill or destroy any migratory
wild duck, turnntnno. curlew, stilt or
mud hen between tp first day of Mar
nnd the- lSth day of September.
To take, kill or destroy nny native
wlhl duck or Hawaiian goose between
tho first day I'chruary and the 15th day
To take kill or destroy any quail or
pheasant between tho first day of
March nnd tho 15th day of September.
To take, kill or destroy any wild
dove or wild pigeon between tho first
day of February and tho first day of
Tho following will also ho inter
esting: Section 1476 Any person convicted
before a District Magistrate for violat
ing any of tho provisions of Section
1475, shall be fined not less than (It
nor more than $50.
A surgeon aboard tho Warren was
very badly beaten lnthc face in one
of tho uptown saloons yesterday fore
noon. Ho got Into an altercation with
one of tho firemen of tho transport and
then came blows, llesldes other In
juries, tho surgeon got a split nose.
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John Wood has been arrested on tho
charge of heedless driving along King
strct on the 20th Inst. Ills case caino
up for trial In the Police Court this
forenoon but was.' continued until
Thursday at tho request of his attor
ney, W. A. Henshall.
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NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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