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EVENINQ nULLKTIN, HONOLULUH.", MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1901.
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NEW ' GOODS H
IN LARGB VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any ength;
X inch to X Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
. Rice Plows and Breaking Plows. .
tv Port St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
& MAIN 199
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,
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imXCH.VI.U.. TAX. 2.1001
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Wc take yreat pleasure in slat- )j
nn, . pnT He take yreat plcasirc tn (!( $
fclldeg LOWER IEMPERATURE iil that the Iron Hoof yoti painted K
uian uncoatcd roofs for u with your "AIUBIC" lief rig-
-$ THUS . 7 eratmy 'it ml u ymiin the very best fr
of satisfaction ; ice are sure it reduc .1
ed the temperature fully IS ncyrces.
JI'c comiilcr it a yood article for jj
cooliny iron roof. You can make R
nit tw ot'this you like, and are at jjj
perfect I bcrty to refer anybody to us. tt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
Kindly withdraw our rental
notice from your valuable paper $
as the first publication of same'o
brought us so many applicants
that wc rented the premises the oJ
THE ORPHEUM CO., LTD.
J. C. COHEN,
Honolulu, Jan. 25, 1961.
Yours very truly,
JIUSTACE A CO., LTD. g
II'. 11. IIOOGS, Manager.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!!
A. NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ypewriten Desks, -.. .
ables and Chairs.
In The Latest DcHlgns.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Macfarlane,
J. F. MORGAN, C DROWN, F. HUSTACE, C. H. ATHERTON. W. II. HOOGS,
Prcfl-lcnt Vice PresiJent Secretary Auiltor Trtii, anJ Manager
HUSTACB & CO., Ltd., Qenst.
Firewood, Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. MAIN 295. S-PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Hot baked beans at noon every day at
Our horseshoer Is an expert. Hono
lulu Stock Yards Co.
Take a rlda on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
Camnra & Co. can now be found on
Atakea street between Kins and Mer
chant. J. T. McCrosscn and K. J. Cotton
will be passengers for San Francisco In
The schooner Kallua arrived at New
castle on Jan. 17 and will load coal for
C. F. Reynolds, stenographer for the
Federal court, will go to Hllo tomorrow
In the Klnau.
Hev, E. J. van Decrllng of Kohala
preached In St. Andrew's Cathedral
There will be nn miction sale ot
fresh apples at Morgan's auction rooms
tomorrow nt 12 o'clock.
S. Kanewanul and daughter wero
tho only cabin passengers nrlvlng In
the Noeau from Kauai yesterday.
W. O. Walker, manager of Ookala
plantation. Is a guest at tho Hawaiian
hotel. He arrived Saturday on a busi
ness trip. 0w '$
The beautiful "huapala" vino Is now
In bloom all over tho city nnd reddish
yellow spots of color may be seen
Tho steamer Claudlno which arrived
Saturday afternoon from Hllo ports,
reports 51,400 bags of sugar on Hawaii
ready for shipment.
Dr. E. Armltago arrived from Maul
In the Claudlno Saturday on his way
to Europe. He Intends making a visit
to his old home In England.
Saturday and Sunday wound up the
warlike- activity ot tho hunters so
far as doves are concerned. Tho closo
season begins with February 1.
There will be n, meeting ot tho Inde
pendent Homo Rulo charter commit
teo In Foster Hall nt 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Matters of Importance will
Miss McDonald Is about to open a
dancing school for adults. Sho has se
cured tho Arlon Hall near tho Opera
Houso and will hold the first class next
Tuesday evening. "
Deputy U. S. Marshal Omsted and
Deputy Sheriff H. C. Halvorsen of Wal
men, Kauai, were among tho arrivals
In the W. O. Hall on Sunday. They nro
down on business.
Tho king of cameras Is the Prcmo.
First In name, first In quality, first In
execution. Plates or films.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. aro tha
sole agents for this exqulslto Instru
ment.. A Chlckerlng piano mnilo of natlvo
koa wood Is on exhibition In Dcrg
Strom's store. Tho Instrument was
rr.ado to order for Prince Cupid Kala
nlanaolo who Is now traveling In Eu
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 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.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHAMGB
Honolulu, January 28, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company
Ewa PUntallon Co ..
Hawaiian Lorn &Su Co t.) it 730 100
1 1,01 T, too to
I Jfcoc.oooj loo
) no,oooj 50
joo 000 too
y 10,000 100
Hawaiian Sutar Co
rionomu Migar 1.0
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Kthuku Hantatlnn Co
KamaloSuc Co LtJ a
Kamalo Sujr Co. fi up
Klhet P.Co.LtJ riup
Kltahuttt Sua;ar Co. .
Koloa Sugar Co... .
Kona Sugar Co . ai
Maunalel Sugar Co.as
Magnate I Su Co.pJ up
" pi up
". , " -" P4uPi
uanu sugar jo.
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co.Ui . al
Paauhiu Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ..
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pereekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr Co., at
Waltuku Sugar Co
Walrnea Mill Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Wilier Steamthln Cn
Inter-Ulani Steam N Col
Hawaiian Electric Co
non. ieam taunary. ,.
mutual Telephone Co
MakahaCofTeeCo LJ pi
Oahu Ry & LanJ Co ...
People's let & R I'g C
Hawaiian Gov, 5 per cent!
11110 k K,uo. d prr cent
Hon, Karl! Tnnilt..
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cent
uahu H flt Lani Co. pr c
uanu 1'iawation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
SALES 150 Ewa, $28 ; 25 McHryJe A,
8'J ; 5 Oahu.liCo! 1; Klhel, t IJ.7J ; 5
ICIri.i, i.o ; 11 Klhel, lu.75 100 Olaa
A, 'i 10 Ewa, 528; $oEwa, $28; 50 Ewa
28 1 15 Ewi, 28 j 25 Olaa PJ, 14V i loo
McBryde A. 8'f : so Mcllrvtle A. H'i.
751; Waists for 370
$i.oj " 50c I
1.50 " 75c 1
2 03 " 1.00 I
3.00 " ' I.50 I
4.00 " 2.00 f
5.00 " 2.5O
7.50 Silk Waists for 2.75
9.00 " 4.50
10.00 " J.00
15.00 ' 7.50
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STRBET
We can ult you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
flat openinq books
"OTctll. HNTiolxols Oo., Ltd.
Tho members of the Y,
Aw. a a.
he entertained at the homo nt Mrs.
Henry Waterhouso In Nuuiiiu avenuo
this evening. Mies Ackerman will speak
on some of the distinguished men sho
The Impression that masks are to be
discarded Immediately tho dancing be
gins at the Mnrcll Grns carnival seems
to bo quite widespread. The ladles In
chargo ot affairs wish it understood
that masks will be worn until Borne
time between tho hours of 11 and 12,
tho exact moment to bo decided on by
the master of ceremonies.
The Gunn Sectional Bookcase
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne' Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK.
PHONE. 971 H
WILLARI) E. BROWN, ,
Halstead & Go;;
x on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
KWdcntly some of the hackmen ot
tho city arc not anxious to have pnneti
gers read their cards ot the rates of
faro for quite a number of them li.no
adopted a scheme which, while It does
not como In conflict with the law, pre
vents pcoplo not posted on the rates,
from seeing tho cards.
This Is the scheme. Tho pockets aro
mndo small anil the back nnd front
parts are so closo together that It is Im
possible for one to get nt tho card In
the pocket without tearing It. This
cnino under tho direct observation of a
Ilullctln reporter yesterday.
Received Per Bktne. 4,WRB8TLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MAChY DESK CO., C rand Rapids.
Michigan, 'consisting of
FLAT TOP. V
ROLL TOP, V ! ,., 5 LADIES' nMK
T YPEWR1TER8' I OFFltE DB6K8. H0ME( J DESKS.
Chairs. Sectional Bookcases, Cablnete, Etc.
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive Dealers, Hawaiian Territory
Rough on Knun .
Thero has been very rough weather
of lato at Klecle.. The schooner 8ur-
prlso brings news of tho smashing of
ono of the nKunl's boats and tho loss of
a load of fertilizer. During tho work
of unloading tho Surprise, ono of tho
Japanese crew had his hand badly
mashed and a dock laborer had his
head cut open by a falling rail.
Consult .WANTS in To-dav's Buliciin:
Papa Ito Walked.
Papa Its, walked Saturday night. Tho
audience was not very large but thoso
who wero present say tho trick was
better done than on the two previous
occasions.. Queen Lllluokalanl was
present. Upon her appearance, tho au
dience rose and overy man doffed his
It Is understood that Miss Acker
man and Mlsa Murcutt aro nrranglng
for a street meeting to bo held in tho
L. C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
GBORGE ROLPH HERE.
'George Rolph, the secretary ot the
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co., was
among the arrivals from San Fran
cisco In tho Zealaridla. Mr, Rolph's
business here Is tho Inspection of tho
Irrigation facilities of tho plantations
on tho various Islands of the group for
the purpose 0 making a report to tho
corporation which he represents.
Mr. Rolph took the train to ftahuku
Saturday morning nnd returned later
to Walalua. He will bo back on tho
afternoon train and will go down the
road again to tho Ewa, Oahu and Hono
lulu plantations tomorrow morning,
returning In tlmo to take the afternoon
steamer for either Maul or Kauai. He
will return to his homo In San Francis
co as soon as possible.
; NAGIC :' headaches
II WAFERS : dressing.
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E. W. J ROAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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