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BKll5l?TglSi)lgl?f tICllTif.'lg! gf!gjl (MIIIF?!? ,F!? wii3 wirrrwijr evening dulletin, Honolulu, ii. t Thursday, jan. 21, 1001.
IN LARGfc VARIETY
Black anJ galvanised, In any ength;
X Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hind,
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from Inch to 6
Klce Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
There is in store for you
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.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Lutted,
m if Si ?.t s m .'.! :: ?.; r. ?. w st s; st r.; s; :.: si ?.' si w w st at ,.; t.' w s; ;,i ss .
9ft I I ni rnTr-i " e '"'' 'jrcat J'1
.UUB.LUftWimiJCKAIUKt tn.7 l.rc 7.., IM you painted
7-w uncodled roofs
linXOLULU, .TAX. H, 1001
California Feed Co., Ltd. g
U'c fnit iirenl jilcnu'irc in ttnt- jj
r t tntt. your"AI!AlilC" Hfriy i:
crntinij I'uint is ;iriwj fic rrrjy ( ft
of tatisfnrlion ; tec nee hkiy i'I ml'iti jj i
' . .. . . ...... wl
fd (if ifHiyicrninrrnni . acijrccs. ;?,
H'r consider it a ijnoil nrlieh for
fooling iron roofs. You vih mute ft
mil tixc of I hit itiu like, and arc at
jie fj'cft I berty to rrfrr anybody to us 'A
Yours rery truly,
III 'STACK .0 CO., LTD.
11". . UOOnS, Manwjcr.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs,
In Tlio LntOMt Dunlgns.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Mucfarlane,
J.F. MORGAN, C. BROWN, r. HU&TACi:, C. II. ATIILRTON, W. II. HOOGS,
I'rcsUent 'Ue l'rUinl Secretary Auiltjr Treat ani Manaeer
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Queen St.
Firewood. Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONL. .WAIN 505. "-PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUAUTir and PRICE.
FLAT OPEINirNQ BOOKS
"7Vctll. lJiolxols Oo., Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hot baked beans at noon every day at
Take a rldo on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Tare G cents.
Tribune bicycles, sundries, renting
and repairing at Whitman & Co.'s.
Older Sunday turnouts from Hona
lulu Stock Yards. Telephone SOI main.
Camnra & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between Klnc and Mer
chant. ' ''
InWtatlotiB nro out for the "Af
Home" at the Christian church on l'rl
day night, January 25.
An excellent opportunity to buy nn
artistic six room house on easy terms.
Sec ad under Now Today.
The steamer Zealandla left San Fran
cisco on her scheduled time and will ar
rive here on Friday afternoon.
The steamer Klnnu of the Wilder lino
came off the marine railway last c cu
ius and Is nt her regular berth.
E. C. Macfarlane, one of the owners of
the Hawaiian Hotel at Honolulu Is on
the Coast, and Is Mopping at the Califor
The United Stntes army transport
Warren will leae tor San Krnnclsco
this afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Mall for
the Coast closes promptly at 2 o'clock.
Mr. C. 13. Williams, who for many
j cars has been In the undertaking busi
ness In the City, Is with tho Honolulu
t'ndertaklng Co. as cmbalmer nml di
rector. Tel. 179.
Mr. Anderson, who was formcily
mnte of the S. N. Caiitle which arriv
ed In port recently, has been promot
ed to the position of first mate under
Miss McDonald Is about to open a
dancing school for adults She has se
cured tho Arlon Hnll near the Opera
House and will hold the first class next
Chief Officer March of the Transport
Warren Is returning home from Manila,
on account of an attack of consumption,
and second Officer Danlstead has been ap
pointed to ucceed him.
The steamer John S. Kimball was do
lajed discharging her cargo ycrtordiy,
owing to the fact thnt the various con
signees were nrranglng for n general
average bond In connection with tho
Recent steamer advices are to the effect
that the sttamtr Sierra of the Oceanic
line was two days late In leaving Sydney,
but It Is confidently expected that the
steamer will make up at least a po tlon of
the time on her run to this port.
If you want any of the cxnutslto col
or work or those pretty tap.i albums
that arc now offered by tho HONOLU
LU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., you had best
get In your order early as th supply
docs not nearly equal the demnnd. '
Tho Hucicssful caiidlilntcs of the Ir
dependctn Homo Itulo party who nro
now holding caucuses In this city arc
engaged on tho hills which they In
tend to present nt tho hcssloti of '!i'
legislature which begins on the -uth
da of next month. They hao quite it
number of theso ready and nro now ilc
clillng tin their lWrits to neo whim
ones thc will Inlioducc.
Within tho next few days there
should bo seer.il iinhuls fiom New
castle, among which may bo mentlonei,
the following esscl together with thu.
date of departure from the nbnc poit
Hark Hnjdu llrown, Dec. C, b.irken
tlno Chas. K. Ciockcr Dec. 7, Nome-
glnn bark Kantiisln Dec, 10, schooner
Muriel for Knhulul, ship Jumcs Drum-
mom, Dec. IS; barkcntlnc Adddcnda
for Klhet; schoduer Transit, Dec. 21,
and tho schooner Lyman I), roster for
Knhulul on Dec. 22. On Dec. 22 the Nor
wegian bark Passepartout cleareil
from Sydney for this port.
Hclnsuranco has advanced on all the
overdue vessels posted at tho Mei
chants' Kxchango In San Francisco.
Tho list now standing as follows:
Ilnthdown, 104 das out from Yokoha
ma for Portland, 90 percent: Cnsllo
Ilock, 82 days out from Hongkong for
Drltlsh Columbia, 10 per cent; Andrn
da, Gl da)8 out from Santa Rosalia for
Portland. 75 per cent; Ilertlin, out 83
daja from Wcl-Hnl-Wol for Portland,
75 per cent; Otto Qlhlcmclster, CI daya
out from Yokohama for Portland, 75
per cent; Capo Wrath, out 71 days from
Callao for Portland, 55 per cent.
ooooooooooooo oo ooooooooooooo
Another New Shoe, a purely
English Style, Sensible,
able, A Style
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.
of nearly 20C0 LADIES' STANLEY SHIRT W 1STS Stock
taking over, now comes the first great sale of the New Year.
Ever Waist bears the original price mark in plain figuies.
These prices we cut exactly in half.
75c Waists for 37JSC
Si. oa " 50c
1.50 " 75c
2 03 " I.OO
3.CO " I.50
4.00 " 2.00
5.00 " 2.50
7.50 Silk Waists for 2.75
9.00 " 4.50
10.00 " 5.00
15.00 " 7.50
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET
HONOLULU STOCK liX CHANGE
Honolulu. Januiry 24, 1901.
NAW OF STOCK pjfj'jj, V B,J
MEKCANTILfc I I
C. ttrewer &Confr) i,oeococ '
SL'fiAP , '
Twa Hjrtatlon Co
llimo lMaptiinn Co
llmallin Aerl ultiirilCo
HjHlian(.orri &Su Co
Hjwtiiirt SjRf Co
Hcnomii Suftar Co
Ktuku PliMitlon Co
Karrili Suj ( o LU i
Klin tin Su;e Co.riur
k'lrtel V CoLtJ .rlup)
Kiifiu1u SujarCo ..
Kotoi uirr Co
Krna Sup if Cn . t
Miurutel Suer Co.
Aiaunaifi u lo rj up
" ' ri tin
OnkaU Sueir I'Un Co
Ol u Su.Co.LtJ . t
L ... . I.. ' -
rjaunau su run v.0
Pacific Sugar Mill
PaU I'Untatlon Co
lfkto Su?ar Co
I'lvtitcr Milt Co
Walatua Acr Co , as
WaUtAu Sueur Co
Wafmanato Sujrar Co ,
Walmta Min t.o
IrtefltlAni Stt-am N Co
Hawaiian Ltrctrk Co
Hon R-ir.-n" I.anjCry
Hon tam LajnJry
(ConaKau T AT Co Lii
A'Ltual Telfphnnf Co
MaaIuCnfTfCn Uni i
i'upit c & k rjr co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent .
Hawaiian Gov spcrtrnt.
Haw fj I'ottSav4,,iprc
Hito R U Co t percent
non far' mnm
Lj I'laniain C percent
KahuVu Plant 6rercent
Oahu U St. LanJ Co pr c
Oahu Ptantatlrn 6 p c
O'aa I'Untat on 6 p c.
t t)0 0OP
SALhb 2oha. f 27.W. 2? W.italua.
5124 75; 125 lton, 527.25; $ Ewa, 527.25;
5 rwa, 27,i7-3.
WILLAKI) L HkOWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
iJ M n .. , .,
me uunn iieciionai BooK-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Wl P -B 4
Offleo unci lWwJ
w 4 y Nuvv OcHljin
tJr srlr I nnAn I Innclnoino I-ImImIi
dOOK LaseS itasvfflir. ,,ptett
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
P. O. HOX 631
Received Per Blitne. "WRB8TLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THIs CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACbY DESK CO., t. rand Rapids.
Chairs. Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets. Btc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO PRICKS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive Denlera. Hawaiian Territory
Michigan, consisting of
:LAT TOP, V
tOLL TOP, V MIC nE!C,c I LAD1ES
YPEWRITERS' F OPF'CE DBSKS. J HOME, J
ModicrH nrd TcnchcrH' Club.
Tlio .Motlicra' nnJ Tcacliors' Club of
Hnnoliilii will meet Prliliiy, Jun. 25tli
nt i in. In Punnlinii Preiiamtory
School All InteioMcil In (nluoatlo.l
nro Imltcil. rolloulng In the program:
Sour Cnrnn P.ilm . Lnl by the au
thor. Mre. .Mnry DIlUnRhnin I'renr.
Home l)iointlon for Chlhlrcn
Miss llclcnc Johnson.
Mmlr MIm Delia RrUnoM
Kinilcig.irtcn Dec oration
Ml3 Clalie II. Uccke
A KI111Ifi1c.11 tin Carol.. Led by tho
author Jlrn Anna It. TurKor.
1)1 11 usuiou Si huol Hoom Decoration
.Mis Anna 11. Tucker anil Miss
fl Consult WANTSsin Tcdav-. Bulictin:
Thcro was n heail-on colllalon bo
t wmi a freight anil a work train near
Hnlaua estrnlay. The loriiniothei
were conniilerably ilamnKeil ami Hn
glneer Truloek of the freight train was
painfully Injure!. The engine of the
work train was derailed and thrown
iner on Its side. Engineer Santos
Jumped for his life and escaped without
Injury. Engineer Truloek also Jumped
but was unfortunate enough to dislo
cate his hip. He was removed to tho
CpuhIiciI to Dcnth.
Chicago, Jan, 12. Sewn persons
wcie ciuslied to death and ns mnny
innio seriously InJuied In a panic whlcti
followed n man's cr) of "lire" late thli
afternoon In Turner Hall on West
Twelfth Btreot. About SOO peoplo were
In the place, gatheied to witness the
performance of a play entitled "The
L. C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
HOPEFUL FOR PEACE.
Manila, Jan. 14. Optimism Is taking
tho place of conservatism among mili
tary men here, the cause being the nu
merous surrenders, captures and de
struction of Insurgent camps, coupled
with the Incieaslng undeistandlng of
the American intentions among tho
natives, the propagation of the princi
ples of tho redcrnl party nnd tlio know,
ledgo that they are npproed by tho
United States Philippine Commission
nnd tho military authoritluu, and thnt
tho carrying out of the terms of Gen
eral MncArthur's proclamation, ctasaes
all who commit acts Inimical to tho In
tel csts of tho Army n rebels and
traitors, aio hnlng polnlod effect with
tho offering of local nutonomy and
protection and showing the certainty of
punishment of those who remain rebellious,
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ut
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
. i" itiAnis,iiMi&l4t