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niTimin millinilSlin'IIIIiniOlltK EVENIN0 bulletin, Honolulu, h. t.. Saturday, jan. 20, oi.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanlseJ, In any ength;
X Inch to 'i Inch thick.
Dlston's mak;a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from X Inch to 6
Rlc Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sprcckcls 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.
Gome and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
man uncoarea roop
iroXOLL'LU, JAN. 2, 11)01
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Ilr title great plcasnrc in stai
M TA TA TA TA TA TA TA .'.' TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA TA St TA TA TA .'.'. TA TA Si TA TA TA TA TA A TA ,',i TA
K tUUegLUVYCNimPCKAIUKC ing that tlie Iron Roof you painted K
inanuncoarcd rank f,-,n,r!ii. ,mii"AHAnrn" .vv;,, "l
S ,- THUS "?X cratimj I'aint it giring the xery best r
n satisfaction ; tec are sure it reduc
ctf lif tcmiicralurc fully l't denrces. ss
IIV consider it a yowl article for
cooling iron rofs. Ion vm haV R
(iiii km of this ynu lile, and are at 5
perfect I hcrty to refer anybody to us R
Vours wry truly, jj
JTl'STACi: .t- CO., ,TO.
II'. if. IWOGS, Manager.
is w w w w w .' s a a w a w "i a sr a is a a a a a a
Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A. NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In The Lutct Designs.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Macfarlane,
J.F.MORGAN, C. BROSN, F.
PmUmt Vict PioUenl
IIUSTACC, C. II. ATHLRTON,
W. II. HOOGS,
Trcaa. anJ Manager
HUSTACE & 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
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hot baked beans nt noon every day at
J. A. Mount, former Ctoernor of In
diana Is dead,
Tako a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
A "', to 10 horse power holler is
wanted. See Want column.
I.Ucry, carriage reparlng, painting,
etc. Honolulu Stock Yards Co.
12. W. Cormack has been elected
United States Senator from Tennessee.
Camai a & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between Kins and Mer
chant. Tho U. S. transport Solace Balled
from Yokohama on January 9th for
The schooner Serena Thner from
Lahalna orrlxed at Port Tonnsend on
the ltilli Inst.
On January lulli the schooner John
A. Campbell nrrUed at Port Townscnd
W. A. Clark, the mllllonalie. hus
been elected to tho UnlU-tl Stattr. 3n-
ate from Montann.
Gen. Dclgnilo, formeily heml of the
Insurgents In the Island of Paniy h.u
The Independents met for n shoit
time In caucus jesterday morning and
then ndjourned ovr until Monday.
A free bus lll connect with the Pa
cific Heights Klcctrlc Hallway and the
tram cars today. Tako a ride and gei
sonic fresh air.
Miss McDonald Is about to open .1
dancing school for ndults. She has se
cured tho Arlon Hnll near the Opera
House nnd will hold the first class nct
Tuesday evening. '
Among the arrivals on the Zcalandla
were n lot of 1901 Clevclands for H. O.
Hall & Son. These are the first l&ul
wheels to nrrUe and they aro goini;
fast at $45 apiece.
The color work that the HONOI.UM'
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is offering thin
yenr is the prettiest thing of Its Mud
that wo novo ccr seen. It will well
pay ou to drop In at their art rooms
nnd gtvo them n call.
Metropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.. special
sale of mutton nnd lamb this afternoon
Hind quarters, 9 cents per pound; foro
quarters, 7V4 cens per pound. Metro
politan Market, King street. The lloofi.
rishmnrkct; Central Market, Nuu.in 1
Miss Delia Orlswold Is to gUe an
other concert about the middle of ncct
month. Through the courtesy of Mrs.
Allan White. Mr. Harold Mott-Smllh
and Messrs. Prouty nnd Dillingham,
she will bo nblo to give secral num
bers of moro than passing Interest.
The transport Sherman now In San
Prnnclsco harbor. Is being strlppcl of
her furnishings nnd will undergo exten
sive repairs. New decks nnd n general
alteration of the transport will bo mndu
nnd It will be several months liofop;
tho transport will bo ready for scrvlin
The steamer Doric of the Oceldentnl
& Oriental Steamship Company which
arrived from tho Orient oitcrday nindo
the trip from Yokohama In 9 days. 19
hours and n." minutes, having on bojrl
a limited number of passengers and 930
tons of freight for this poit She sailed
for Sin Pranclsco nt 7 o'clock this
Tho did man picked up a pleco of
lead ptpo that was llng beside his bed
nnd threw It at tho Intruder. Then en
sued a tussle In which the South Si
Islander was tho lctor Tho fellow I
ran nway from tho factory. Tho old 1
man could not Identify him ns It was
dark. Ho believes, however, that It
was the same man who cut him Inst
Thero was n good attendance at thd
meeting of tho Hescarcl Club In the
Y. M. C. A. Inst night. The subject of
Taxation" was discussed at somo
length by W. It. Castle, J. I). Atherton,
Judgo Humphrcjs and others. Tho
first number on tho program was the
rending by K. C. Atherton of nn In
structive paper on the subject by P. L.
Weaver. T. McCants Stewart rea 1 n
paper on taxation.
Tho S. S. John S. Kimball sails for
San I'rnnciscn Monday, Jan. 28 nt r
p. in., vln Kuhulul. Tho Kimball Is a
first class boat In every respect nrd
j Olympic I
0 .-T Another New Shoe, a purely
0 ii.LjKL. English Style, Sensible,
0 MIL Comfortable, Dur-
iiMjHbbv able. A Stvle
S&BP 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.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGD
Honolulu, January 26, 1901.
NAMb OF STOCK
C. Drewrr & Compiny
F Plantation Co s.ooo.r!
Hamoi plantation Co miam' i
HavaiiinAgrlctilturalCo t ooo,rn icol
Hawaiian Com &Su Co t.tt iy 100
Hawaiian Sjgar Co tocotn oo
Honokaa Sugif Co tono.ono v'
Ha'Wu btipaf Co 503.000 too
Kahuku Plantation Co itOAon to
Ktmilo Sue Co Lti a) uj.ooo to
Kamato Sup Co. fJurf t Jo too tol
KlnillantCo UJ,at 1,059,000 joi
Klhcl P.Co.Lti rlup t.jooono 501
Koloa Suear Co
Kona Suptr Co i
Maunaltl Su2r Co as
Maunatel Su Co rJ up
NahlkuSufrCo Lti at
Oahu Sujjar Co
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.
Ookata Sugar Plan Co
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Suer Mill
Pa la Plantation Co .
Ptpeekeo Suear Co '
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Ajtr Co . at
Walluku Supar Co
Walmanalo Supar Co
jiimrji ,11111 ,u
Wiliir Slrmhlr Co
inicritunj siram n K.0
Hawaiian 1 lecltlc Co
Hon MirlJ r LinJCo
Mnn Strain LaunJry
Mutual Tf If ptitine Co
t'VOpif I H K T K (.01
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian iiov ifrttrnv.
IMoK H.Co 6rrctnt
Hon h aril Tnnlt
Lwa Plantat n 6 ftt cent
Kahuku Plant 6 rtr rtrt
Oahu M & LanJ Co rr c
Oahu plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation C p c.
75c W.iists for 37)c
5.00 " 2 50
7.50 Silk W.usts for 2.75
& MARSH, LTD.
if 0,000 lor,
IOC, one l
.OJ ono tno'
loo nrj tool
t oiT,$oo to
) oop.ooo too
Mj ono to
1 500000 to1
150 000 too
5 000000 jo
Joo ono tool
7)0 OOO tool
1 Ctnrm Ian'
tttoooo loo H4H
4 5no 000 ltl 110
Joo oao tool
fare fin too
t J J, OOO IOJ. I4TM
joo 000 100
t)3 OOO lOO
I J COO IJ1
IJ9,nuo to .
40,000 100 .
t fOJ.OOO 100
IS0,OOO too ,
SAl.ES-200 Ewa. :8.oo: ? ha. 2S.
osj 10 Olaa I'd. Sl4 50.
WILUttl) i: I1HOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
. ...,... r, .
mfi nn .firTinnai tsooK-case
w -. .. . . . 4i
and the Famous Gunn Desks
riaclc Two Carloads
lCMVZ) Just Received
Dr nnnn HiintlHcime 1-lnlHli
book tases ussms ,,r,c
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
I. O. IIOX (ill.
We cun Mult you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPENIINO BOOKS
TOT-elII. JXTioliols Oo., Ltd.
Received Per BlUne. "WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
I'rancls Murphy will Bpoak In the
V M C A thin eonlnK ill 7.30 o'clock
nml Stinilny ntternoon nt 3'30 o'clnik.
TliU latter Is out? hour earlier than
tho time for the regular Sunday after
On Sunday mortiliiK nt 11 o'clock, tho
regular tlmo for the church scrlcin,
.Mr. Miiriihy will address the prisoners
nt Oahu Jail
The temperance lecturer will Rle his
final talk In Knwal.ihao church 011 Sun
day iiIkIiI The cotiRreKatlon of Knit
mnkapill ihtirch will Join with that of
Grl nml Ofllclnldoin.
WashliiKton Jan. IS. The official
U tlinrt of the Krlp continue In nliotit
the Kaitte condition today. Secrelr.il
Hoot Is In licit hut Insists on slKiiln.r
Important mall and ttjItiK to do so-no
husluess. Admiral l)eey Is nhle to sit
up only part of the time. The dlse.no
has affected his stomach, hut he Is
slowl) recoverliiR Secretary Hay con
tinues nt work, though not hy any
means recovered from his last attack.
manufactured by the FRED. MAChY DESK CO., Crand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting ot
FLAT TOP, V
ROLL TOP, . ;, I LADIES' npWn
f YPEWRITERS I 0FF,CE DESKS-1 HOME, J DESKS'
Chairs, Sectional Bookcases. Cabinets. Btc.
Kles the hest sen lec Her large, airy Fnr cnIp t c.v. rDivriCfi- nutf-i c liv
stntetooms arc worthy of special ct.ra-1 "r bale at SAN rRACISCO PHICI.S hy
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
I:cIuh1vc DciiIcph, lluwallnn Territory
mcndntlon. I'eople will do well to nnt.
that first class passage on this hunt is
only sixty dollars. Tho Kimball will
bo open to visitors tomtiTow. All nro
Invited-to Inspect tho boat and Judge
Consult WANTS in To-day's Bulletin
la u IM M,4Io1m lot
ANEMIA, P00RHE86 OF BL001
LOU OF COLOUR.
lliaTiu' liei u Pratrtlkaj
bjr Oj, larflnf Fbfslctaaj
ol all Counirln.
Ilu wiitar ran, m, Smtt
I)04t mot CvAihfaH.
Den met UUtin Ika Ttt
8000 brln, back
lEMCRf ft rf I
fcT"." l wtaa. rtl,li aa ath.r l.tl. iv,i sr lit
WholnaUi iy. Ro. Latarttla. Pa,u
L. C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
Berlin, Jan. 18. Tho city, ecry
wheio today, was In gala uttlro and
piescnted a thoroughly holiday appear
ance, on tho Becontl day of tho til-con-tenary
festlvtltles. Tho lloursc, banks,
go eminent offices, and courts were all
dosed and bpeclal thanksgiving com
memorative services were held In tho
Tho historic quarter between tho em
tio nnd Hrnndenhurg gate wib densely
throngctl nntl tho animation of tho
scene was Increased by tho coming nnd
going of princes and other notable per
sons and tho marching of troops. Spe
cial Interest was excited by the com
panies of troops sent to heat the laurel-
wreathed standards from tho castlo to
tho sen Ice In tho ganlson church, to
which they marched headed by bands
.Miii(iiiiiimii(r fS"Z, to carv
sGESSLER'Ss , to take
5 lililGK ;..vvoy tc
SNEAaMSi' euro u hand-
VfAFERS 1 nche
inninuniin;v w u.uti nil .inwKt.ta
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.