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. EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1901.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black anj galvanlseJ, In any ength;
!i Inch to .4 Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from X Inch to 6
Rice Plows anj Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
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There .is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious. Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
Same as yonr 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,
nun uncoatcd roofs
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California Feed Co., Ltd.
He take great jdeasirc in stal- i
til; llml the Iron Itoof you painted S
or us tcith your "Alt AMD" lief rig
crating I'aint it giving the very heal in
of satisfaction ; tee arc mire it reduc J
cd the temperature fully Jo degree. ;i
We consider it a good article for if
cooling iron roofs. Yon ran make ).;
any use of this you like, aiul are at j5
perfect I bcrty to refer anybodi to vs. .1
1 ohm very truly, Jjj
.('. 11. 1100GS, Manager.
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Columbia Phonographs and Records !
A NEW INVOICE JUS1' RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In Tho Ldtcut Design.
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. 1
C. W. Mucfarlane, p
J. P. .MORGAN, C. BROWN, F. HUSTACT, C. II. ATIILRTON. W II. IIOOGS,
Pre.Utnl Vic I'reuJrnt Seut'tjn AuJIti.r Treas. anj Maiugrr
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., ?" st.
Firewood, Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. MAIN 105. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY, und PRICE.
FLAT OPENirNQ BOOK'S
7Vctll. iNTiolxols Oo,, Ltd.
MJ L ADlwS Nnshlvllc. Toim., Jnn. 10. Tim Le
Rlslatuie Im ronslilerltiB tho education
" phaso of tlio negro prolilcm and n bill
IF YOU HAVE lms lmBse(' "le Srnnto to inohllilt the
co-education of tho races.
REAL ESTATE A hill also linn been Introduced In the
FAR Al F upper house to prohibit tho employ.
run OALL mcnt of wj,,0 teacJiera In negro
schools, coIIcrch and milvorsltieu.
QPr A large majority of tho negro Intuitu
OLL tlons of learning nro controlled and dl-
' reeled by white oniccrs and teachers
A Dl CO nl"' "l0 i,asBnK0 ot "1,a ''"' w'" cum'
AdLLO l'9l a reorganisation of tho faculty of
ueai ly every negro school In tho State.
HE LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT Camara & Co. can now bo found on
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. Alakea street between King and My
LOANS NEGOTIATED. !7:X'-: Cure.
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UWUl JLOIU1W WAFERS ! dressing.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hot baked beans at noon every day al
the Pantheon. '
Jtrs. V. J. Hardy will leave soon on a
visit to the Coast.
Doardcrs carefully attend to by Ho
nolulu Stock Yards Co.
0. N. Wilcox returned to Kauai In
tho V. 0, Hall yesterday.
Tako a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6,cents.
Humpty Dumpty camo off tho wall,
to ride a Tribune, the best of all.
Tho officers of the Von llammYoiinir
Co. aro advertised under New Today.
There will be a meeting of Lodge Lo
Progrcs this evening. Work In the sec
Administrator's notice In regard to
tho will of tho late Lnu Chong appears
under New Today.
The Walker Cyclery has tho cheap
est blcyclo store In Honolulu. Take n
look at their stock.
Notlro that the stockholders of tho
Olowalu and Walmanalo Sugar Com
panies will he closed to transfers ap
pears under New Today.
W. W. Needham picked tip an Am
ci lean quarter last evening on the
street. Tho coin Is vcr well worn
and Iiears the date 1S07.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Church gave a de
lightful dinner to Captain and Mrs. Gro
Ran at their home last evening. There
wero a number of guests prcsenL
Mrs. Prank Ashton of tlerkeley, Cal .
left for Knual In tho W. 0. Halt yes
terday to pay a lslt at thediome of her
brother. Sheriff Coney of I.lhue.
The Mlkahala sails tomorrow at "
p. m. for Kauai ports. Her cargo of
sugar for Alexander & llaldwln Is go
h'K on the railroad wharf today.
If thero Is nnythlng wrong with your
Kodak or camera, tnkc It around to the
repair shops of the HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO.. they will make U
new for you.
Mr. C. 12. Williams, whoffor many
ycais has been In the undertaking busi
ness In tho city, is with the Honolulu
Undertaking Co. ns cmbalmer and di
rector. Tel. 179.
A post mortem examination of the
body of Kcnul, the native woman who
died so suddenly at Nlolopa the other
night, has shown valvular disease of
tho heart as tho cause of death.
There has been some talk on tho
street about Olaa expansion during the
past week. II. P. Dillingham was seen
this morning and, in answer to a ques
tion, he said: "There Isn't a word of
truth In it."
Krncst Kaal has been ordered by
Judge Humphreys to appear before- him
nt 10 o'clock. February 10; to show
causo why he should not bo adjudged
guilty of contempt of court by falling
to pay Carrie Kaal permanent alimony
of $23 per month, to begin with De
cember 15, 1500.
In the case of M. F. Scott vs. 12. N.
Plllpo, W. A. Wall, the commissioner,
filed his report yesterday. stat
ing that incomplete suivey had been
made of the Iloltialou Inil lands but
that a list of shares untied by each
member could not be obtained. The
rouri Is nslted to order abstract of tl'le
The big steamer California!! stnrn'd
In discharging her cargo of bay and
feed stuff yesterday soon after gettlni;
alongside the iullro.nl whaif. It Is ex
pected that she will bo ready to Ieac
for Hllo about Saturday as cery ef
fort will be made to give her quick dis
patch. Archie (lllllllnn nud Commodore
KnI have transferred their sphere of
usefulness from tho Pacific Mall to tho
Itallroad wharf for the tlmo being and
nro engaged In hustling out the cargo
of the big freighter.
The Klnaii left for Hllo yesterday
getting away late. There wns a big
crowd at tho wharf to seo tho Hllo
liner off. When sho wns out In tho
bay and nbout ready for leaving tho
hnrbor a commotion was noticed on
deck. Those on tho wharf could not
mako out what It was but presently a
boat wns lowered and a lady anil gen
tleman got Into It. They Hero aboard
saying good hyo to friends and when
they did not go ashore. As n conse
quence their negligence cost tho cap
tain or tho Klnnu n lot of trouble and
n disagreeable wait of about fifteen
minutes In landing them.
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o S Another New Shoe, a purely
0 Kkv English Style, Sensible,
1 KKfe Comfortable, Dur-
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.
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OUR STOCK IS REPLETE WITH CORRECT MATER
IALS FOR FANCY GOWNS WHICH
will design and create at your order.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
10-15 FORT STREET
The Gunn Sectional Book case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Itadr c Two Car,oads
lCSIiS Just Received
Kiiir I onnn i-inniihoino i-h-iIhIi
BOOK IdSeS gsissas ,Jrlcu
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ud.
Received Per Bhtne. "WRESTLER"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, January 30, igot.
NAME OF STOCK
Ciritil i J
C, Brtwer & Compny
Ewi PlinUtlonCo ...
Il.aa. f1 . m. "
ntwaiun torn & u k.o.
Hiwlun Sujjar Co . ..
Honomu Sugr Co
HonnkJiSujrir Co .
U.il... c... -
IH'SU juit.i Vi'J ,.
Kihuku Plantation Co
Kamato Sjj: Co.LlJ a
Klhcl Plant Co .LtJ.9
KUahutu Suear Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co ....
Kona Su?ar Co.. a .
Maunatel Sujar Co.ai
Maunalel Su Co.pJ up
Nahlku Sue Co. UJ a
Onomca Sugar Co J
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu. Co., Lti.. tl
OIiaSuCn.Lli. pi up
Olowalu Cnirrany i
raaunau mj rian v-o
Hacific bujtar Milt ..1
Pala Plantation Co ..
Ppekeo Sugar Co . I
Pioneer Mill Co ....
Walaiua Ajrr Co. at
Waianit Company 1
Waiiuku Suar Co '
Wjltnanalo Suzar Co
Walirea Mill Co ...
iter-lklani Steam N Co
Hawaiian I tectrlc Co
Hen Steam LaunJry, ,i
Mjtual Telephone Co
MakaruConeeCo,Li pi '
People's ice & RTrj Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent ,
Hawaiian Gov. j per tenti .
Hilo R. U. Co. 6 percent
non. iapi iMtnil,
bwa Planiat'n 6percent!.
Kanuku riant 6 per cent ,
wjiiu rianiaiion ope ' .
Olaa Plantation 6 p c. .
I.O IT, 500,
t) 3,000 '
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SALEb 20 Klhel. rJ. Sl6.os: w Ewa.
5:8.co; 15 Ewa, 2S.oo; $o bwa, jSoo;
so r.wa, jzo.oc: 15 l wa, J28.CO.
WILLAHI) I-. 11KOWN,
Halstead k Go;,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
manufactured by the FKIiD. MAChV DliSK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
ROLL TOP, V ftppic ,,,. J LADIES 1 nmq
I YPEWRITERS' I OPF'CE DESKS. HOME, J DtSKS'
Chalrti, Sectional Bookcaeee, Cabinets, Btc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO I'RICLS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive DcnlcrB, lluwallnn Territory
(fConsult WANTS in To-day's Bulicunfe
A niimhor of prominent JnnancBo of
this city met Inst evening at S o'clock
at the residence of I)r. Smith on Vine
yard street, for the iurioso of tuklne
lirrllmlnnry steps towai.la tlinronnli or
panlzatlon In connection with the
liis-cs nistalneil by the Japanese popu
lation liy Urn ilnilni; the plague cplileni
Ic. AmoiiR those present wns Or. Kat
siinmna. who slated that, within the
ni.i! future, a mass mcetiiiK would ho
held and that this would he addressed
by a number of people, tlioroimhly fa
miliar with all the details of tho con
ditions nrlslns from tho plague flro
of u ear ago.
DiirliiR itlio progress of last night's
meeting, several Important resolutions
were adopted and committees were ap
pointed who will nrrangn the details of
the forthcoming mass meeting.
One of tho prinlcpal results of this
meeting will ho n strong petition to
tho Legislature, In which will ho era
bodied much that is of Interest In con
nection with losses sustained by the
I.ato In tho evening tho meeting nd
Journed, subject to the call of the chnlr.
In tho I'ollco Court this forenoon,
Jordan Kreltns wns fined $10 ami costs
on the charge of assault ami battery on
J Cordelro, Knwnsakl was lined J3
and costs on tho charge of cruelty to
animals and I'unahu, charged with ma
licious Injury, wahed examination and
was committed to tho Circuit Court.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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