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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1901.
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San franciico Aqtnlt Tup Nkv i
National Hank op Han PitAnoisu
Ban FiiANcihco Tlio Nevada Nfrtloi
Rank o( San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Lond
New York American Kxchango 1
Chioaoo Mot-chants National Bank
Pabih Credit Lyonnaln.
Bkrun DreHluer Bank,
Uonkonh and Yokohama Honk.n,
Shanghai Hanking Curorritlorj.
New Zkaland and Aobtiuxia Urn
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanooovkr Bank
British North America.
Transact i General Bacilli uiEiclaiuBuiiu
DepolBti KcccWed. Loins made on Ap
E roved Security. OommercUl and Trvr,ln
redlti limed. Bills of Exehacie bongb
COLUOTIQM POmTLT AOOOPHTID Fp
Transact a General Bankii ;
and Exchange Business.
(Jomnicrcinl and Traveler's
jVttors of Credit issued, aval
iule in all tho principal citicr
o ' tho world.
Interest allowed aft or Jnh
1. 189S, on fixed deposits '
day notice '2 per cent., (tlii
form will not hear interest
unless it remains undis
tnrbed for ono month), ?
mouths 3 per cont., G i.ioi.tlii
3J per cont., 12 months t
Pioneer Building an
-A ASSETS, DEC. II. 18l, 11I.TT.
Mone loaned on approved lecurtt
ASavingaBank for monthly dspoilt
Housei built on the monthly lnU
Twentieth Serl of Stock U r
OFFICERS T. F. Lanelnf. Priw
dent; 8. D. Ilose. Vice Preoldent; C. n
Orar, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, SecrtUn
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. I)
Iloae, A. V. Gear, A. W. Kecch, Hr
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, 0. r
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooaii.
OCTr Houn: 12;30 1:110 p. n
Hifsaa? eg k.
Savings Dopcwlln will I.
rocelvod autl Intor.ist allowed by th
Bank at four and ono-half per cent
l'rlntcl coploa of tho Ilulos and Ref
ulatlon may bq nhtnluod on appllcatloi.
Oftlco at liank bulldlni; on Morchv
BIMHOP A CO.
Tfe VokjohBuia pscis Bi3L
Subscribe Capital. ,,.,
Pali Up Capital
.Yen t ,000,00s
, Yen iB,oco,ooc
Heal Office, Yokohama,
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Oa Hzed Deposit for is HOOtSI, a M atari p, t
Oo Fllti Dtpotlt lot 6 mootbt, "
Oo FUti Dtpotlt f or 1 asot, 1 '
Branch of the Yokohama Speclt Bank,
Net HepDDliC BOl!llt, 111 IIU St., HtEOlt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following Hack Stands have been set
apart for licensed canlages, viz :
1. Ewa side Alekea street, below lear
ntnnr. tn PUftrlr I loht Wnrl.
3. Punchrow street waik'M side, ma-
kal of entrance to K.nvalnnao cliurcn.
4. Union street, Ewa side, above Hotel
j. a. MCCANDLE5S,
Supt. Of PubllC WorkS.
Pohlli! Works Dent.
Honolulu, January 28, 1001.
HART & CO-,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Icellream and Ices Water.
40 years practice, references 'f desired.
All kinds of jMuslcal Instruments Tuned
and RepalreJ. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument Co., 179 to 180
S. King St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 654. 2-3m Lincoln Block
The Stockbooks of the WAIMANALO
SUGAR CO. will be closed i transfers
from January to to int. Inclusive.
W. M. GIFFARD,
I7SI at Treas., WalmanaloSugar Co.
The Stivkbooks of the OlOWALU
COMPANY will be cloed to transfers
from January 10 to list, lnclulve.
H. M. WHITNEY. JR.,
1 7 5 ij2t Treasurer, Olowalu Co.
Notke is hereby Riven that HO SEU
has this Jiv sold to the undersigned all
I Interest of hfs store, with all general mer
chandise therein, situate In Kakailco. All
debts on or before this day will be settled
by said Ho Seu.
nu tlc Ltiu.
Blectlon of Officers
At a special meeting of the von Hamm
Young Co., Ltd., duly held at the office
of the Company. Queen street, Honolulu
the following were elected ofli.ers of the
company for the ensuing year:
AleNinder Young. President.
Conrad C. von Hamm, Vice Pres't
Archibald A. Young, Treasurer.
Archibald A. Young, beiretirv.
Conr d C. . "i Hunm, AuJitnr.
ARCHIBALD , YOUNG,
Secretary Th: von Harm-Yoji g Co.
Honolulu, Jan. is, ig.i. 1751-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tt, unJrrtlgnel halnt; ben July irpi ntr.1 Ai
mln Ntrir t f tru eM.tf 1 1 James Hu'ih rg Ml t
ilim i!u u UtanJfO,hii Ji ,aJ n tl elsh.r
bv irlveT in al person I present the r . aim iica'n!
the stale of sttj James HbtchlnKS iecctst J, July
nutlientU ,ti & whtlier ecureJ be mortice or other
svlse In the urjersljnei at his oft ce Uuen street i
In the Ity ! Honolulu UlanJofOahu v lth r si,
m r-hsirimthe jtt-iictenf, or they i 1 1 t rv.r
bsrreJ an J all le-tons InJeMci lo th. Isle are
herebs reiJ.stei tn make Immediate pas ment to ill
fRTUI RICK WALDKON
AJm ptstrjtor of the eate of Ja tct Hutclilncs,
Il, nolulu Jan e ,oot, mi-m
I Th mJerilcrxJ luiinctctn i il arrointfi J
mtntstra'or w Ifi the w.II innxfJ (il the viMfe uf
Lu Clione fnrrrerh l H'-noluli liie .! Hnf
K up slevea ei lirreW civ n illff to All (.riNj-r of
tfit dnreAir J to r-rt tielr claim du'v nrhtfitJc-
I tisl lti rP'' ufh r Mn If the im 1 ureJ
i mitric Ke UF n etatp t .fr -like of Wire
Wo Tl Nuuanu trert, near Kinff Hurnlulu.f1.liln
K month from iai hereof, arj a'l clalmi not fr
I wnteJ lthln falJ tlrrc IM te foreer tirfei All
rtr.-in owlri: sail estate are rr neMtJ u mtke Im
meJIile r"ii to the uniinlcned At fit itoie
DateJ, .'aruurv tctrt, itoi,
A Jmlnlstrators with the will annexeJ.
a wttklor w-yt'T).
Lodge Le Progres Del'Oceanie
No. 124. A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
meetlnc of the above Indee at 7:30 o'clock
THIS(WEUNESDAY) EVENING, at Its
hall, Masonic Temple.
WORK IN SECOND DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodce Nu K22 and all sojourning
brethren are cordhlly Invited to be present
By order of the W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
1 5 1 Mt Secretary.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below nave been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, ill be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
Jan. 27, loot 1 brown stallon, brand In-
dlscrlbab'e. w hlte spot on forehead, w lth
halter, all feet black and sore onletthlnJ
Jan. 27, inoi -1 red horse, brand "Wonl'
en right hind leg, white stripe on fore
head and 'ore on back.
Jan. 28, iqot 1 red hoise. brand "2" on
right hind leg, white trlpe on forehead,
right hind foot w hlte, the rest black and
Jan. 28, iqoi 1 reJ hore, brand "JOB"
on tight hind leg, while spots on back,
w hlte spot on forehead, black left front
foot, the rest white and all shodJed.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will sel
them at public auction on Saturday, Feb.
16, iqoi , at 12 m., if not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
1751 3t Poundmaster,
Miss Haskins who leaves b
the " Sierra." begs to announce
to her friends and patrons, that
her returns to the islands will
depend upon her mother's
condition on whose account
she is going to the Coast.
If possible she will return at
an early date to resume her
work in the photographic field
She takes this occaion to
thank all wio have shown such
kindly appreciation ot her ef
tOrtS Willie nere, and nopes in
event of her return to merit a
continuance of same
shr-mlrl -,nv nf lior rvttrnric
allOUlCl any Ot Her patrons
req ire duplicates from any ol
negatives, A.r. AeU in who has
I-I, f ,t,a Phn)n .-Inrsrf-
v..u,Sc wt inw iiuiu P?' l
ment of Kintr Bros.
will attend to them
It Is said that K. P. Dole. Dr. Emer
son and I)r Piatt, the committee ap
pointed to Investigate cemeteries and
erjiort to the Hoard of Health this af
ternoon, will submit a resolution to the
effect that no.more burials within the
district of Kona shall be allowed, with
out a special permit, This rule makes
110 exception for parties owning ceme
Thomas Kearns has been elected
United States Senator from Utnh.
Prof. Ellslm fiuty tho elect! Iclan, Is
dead, """ "
Fine Job Printing at
Tuesday, January 29.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Wednesday, January 3.
Gas. Schr. Eclipse Townsend, from
Kona and Maul ports; sheep and firewood.
Mmr Noeau, Wymnn, from Kauai with
4020 bags sugar for C Brewer St Co.
S'.mr Mlkahala, Pedersen, from Kauai
with 4853 bags sugar for Alexander and
Hnldwln, 5 Pkgs sundries.
OSS Sonoma, Van (JterenJorp. 5'i
days from San Francisco.
Tuesday, January :g.
Stmr W G Hall. Thompson, for Kaiul.
StmrCh'Jdlne, Parker, for Maul ports.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai.
Scnr Knwallanl, Mosts. for Hawaii.
Stmr I ehua, Bennrtt, for Molokai.
Stmr Walaleale. Plltz, for Kllauea.
Am schr A M Baxter, Pearson, for the
Am bkt Archer, Calhoun, for San Fran
Am bkt Echo. Bellesen, for the Sound
Wednesday, January 30.
Am bkt Jf.hn Smith, Anderson, for the
Schr Luki, Kalua, for Paaullo.
K S S Albion, Anderson, for San Fran
cisco. rASSENOCtlS DEPARTED.
Fcr Kauai, per stmr W G Hall, Jin 20
M A Hego. YV H Rice. P IVck, Mrs Frank
Ahton. F W Fun. C D Stone, G N Wil
cox, Miss Mimle May, Mr Ralph.
From K.iuil pwts, pe, stmr Mlkahala,
Jin 30 H C F.tve, Mlss-s F.iye, Airs O
Ise.iberg and 4 desk,
The S. N. Cistle and Albert are at the
Tne steamer Maul sails for Maul ports
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
flie schooner Ltika silled this morning
c- n 11 i.t. - , 1 e 1 1 .
' -ai.u ss 1111 .1 iiwu ui lumuci.
Th Honckctur Mam is jLe trmnrrow I
Imt will probably arrive late this after-1
1117 isu-uu a iivru uu iiiu.iiiiik nui
rsiiuii wiin ,1 iujj 01 5ur 'ir icr 111c ujik. i
The gasoline schoorer Eclipse arr'ved
irom Kona and Auul ports this morning.
She brought a deck ioal of sheep and .1
cargo of tirewood.
The Ald-n !ese will probably get away
on Friday for S in Francisco. Some of the
sugar she as to have had has gone Into
the Zealandla, so the Besse must wait.
At last accounts, neither the Roamond
nor Olympic hid arrived at San Francis-1
co. They both left here on the 31st 1 f
December and were lacing to the Coast.
The ship Henry Vlllard on her way
from Savannah to this rjort. the shlo Em I-1
ly Reed and the schoiner Muriel frr,mEi.ariW m, ticciem.i h.m
rMewcasue, is. 3. vv., nave rxen cnanereu
0 load sugar at this port for San Fran
csco. The mates of the ships Florence and S.
D. Cirleton will soan leave their present
vessels. Mate Splcer of the Florence will
go to tne aounj 111 mat essei an j men oe
given commanu 01 a vessel 01 1115 own aiu
mate Brewrer of the Culeton will await
the arrival of the American-Hawaiian
teimer American and join here as fust
The new Oceanic steamer Sonoma nr
tlctl In port nt mum today after a trip
nf II vo days and (.levin liuuis fiom San
The HmiKkoiiB Mnru left San Pran
clpco two hours ahrad of the Sonoma
The latter was a day late on actfiiint of
basing to wait for the English mall.
Tor two dajs after leaving. heay
v . ither w.iRexpeilenrcil anil, hail It not
Ijccii for this, the Sonoma would Iihno
made CUM! better time than die did.
There nre a great many passengers
aboard the vessel, many of them be
ing for this port and .1 number for the
Colonies. They nil Flunk highly of the
new vessel anil say she Is a. splendid
ship to travel In.
Among tho passengers for this pott
are many well known Ilonolulant).
Arrlvnl of the Slcrrn.
Tho non-nnlvnl of the steamer Sl
errn of the Oceanic line from the Colo
nies, has occasional no end of Inquiry
at tho olllco of the agents. Messrs. V.
0 Irwin & Co., by thoso Mm nto de
sirous of taking passaga In the steamer
for the Coast.
I'pon a sppclnl request from the
agents, mention Is made for the second
time, that "thoSletra was two (lavs lata
In leaving Sydney and Auckland, "in.1
unless sho should make tip nt least n
portion of the lost time, will not lenrh
heie before tomonow " It Is evident
that all this Inqulrj Is brought about
by the fact that many would llko to
tnke pasngo on the eZalandla If she
Is the first boat to leave for the Coist
PtiBfsenjScrei liy Sonoma.
Passengers arrived from Sun Frnn
clscp, per S. S. Sonoma, Jan. CO Mies
Alexander, A. H. Dacheldcr, Mrs. C. D.
Dadgley, 11. P. Baldwin und wife, Mrs
0 L. Uancroft. Mrs. II. A. Ilorthwlck,
Ed. Hrown and wife. E. 11. Dull, Mis.
L. II. Ilurns, S. n. Cnnncll nnd wife.
0, It Caiter and wife, Mis. H. Cntton
nnd two children. Miss Cntton, Dr. K.
S. Chapman and wife, C. I). Chase. L.
Chnfce W 0 t'ookn nnd vvlfe L. n.
Crawford Mis, W E. Davis, C S. Des
Uy Jas. Doyle nnd vvlfe, C Ii. Dyke,
wlfo and maid. Geo, II rietcher. John
Gait and vvlfe. .Miss 0. Gait. C. A, Glo
ver. W. J, Hnlloran, Miss Haloian, Dr
Jesso Havves and wife, S. Ileneiy and
vvlfe, Theo. HolzhauEcn and vvlfe, I'. L.
Hoogs, vvlfe and ihlld. II, Jacobs, .Miss
II. E. Jnmea.'.MlkS 11. Johnson, E. Ken
nelly, H. Kimball and wife, J. M. I.ovy,
r. M. Lew Is, J. P. McCoy, A. McNally,
Miss II. Meade, Mrs. E. Mulr. Miss
Mulr, Miss E. Neffe, Henry Newell and
wife, W II. Newell, Jos. INessen, Miss
C. Paleckl, J. II Payne. Ed, Pelchoux,
Miss L. Pitkin, W. E, Ransome, R, C.
Raw lings, Dr. J. V. Rnyner nnd wlfo,
Mrs. B. nhodes, A. W. Rice. Miss II. T
Rice, D. W. Ripley and wife. Dr. Ii
F. Sandow and wife, Miss M. 13. Sl
monds, 1'. M. Smith. C. F. Solomon,
J, C. Spencer and wife,- J. H. Stepson,
vvlfe, child nnd maid, E. F. Sweeney,
Miss L. A. Tlsdnle, E. A. Von Armln,
Cliss, Wall, C. II, Welmer, Miss Dr.
Wells, J. M. Whlted, A. W. Dllson and
wife, Q. H, Winston.
Qsi. in fell iolumn unit hi inttttti Ji
19bff trail 9 tint em tnurUenl t etntl two
intttticnt' to etntl cm with, 40 tintl two vtlkt,
tnd fio tmtt onl month, lttl ii thi ilttbut njvtf
titint tvtr cfftrld lit ptofili et Honolulu,
CTCMKiRAPIlER WITH SPAKE TIME DURIVO
fcJ Hilne hnu s J.tlre to attvnl tn anothrr
firm . cotrrrfn'I(ne t $i$ r?r mintti
11 Muutnn cnice
BARCiA1v: IN JCWEI PV-vej cn crt ttlm It
M.I M.ISS: o) Motel St. hnt LntnUnc
inicnir.llnt done t ,,t66,l
NJIICF TO Ui'II tiLKS-Ttie Uilon Eff Co
hit WHITE SAND FOR SAIL Mull
ANTrn Tn rmt t t An hone rowr t-ollef
" Acfl VINCENT nJ DEL'-ER. U4S-IW
OtflCE Cltk Trerllen, Ur nl Plln'atlon
WANTED An otlstint In the offi nl Urte reull
ttorf. (ioo4 arj tap J lunJrltlnicexrerlrnc.
(If ny) nJ ul.ry require! to .
111MI Involc. "BUILETIN" Offife
ANTED POSITIONS TOR HOOD RtllABLE
lANTED Boy of il er a irr.nJ bov n4
W Hphi mechinltle helrir. AJJre .Mchr,lc
FEMALE Help, nv ntlonllty. While Help pec
FAITHFUL JAPANESE, unJerttnndt rnjtlsh,
wants pneltion a luna or talesman In t'ore AJ
4re Yaw. Bulletin office. n-i
MAN, itenoerarher ani tvrewrlter.
w. AJJrej"AN Bulletin Office.
ANTEDWATCHES to repair by eeler cf 1
fi a f
year experience. Jmt receKeJ a fine I ne 01
novelties. O DIETZ. 41T Nmienu St
F. LUCAS, tot Hotel M.
THF OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oysters served n the shell only Try hit
famoji Ham ani he? Santwlches anJ Coffte Cor
Nuuanu anJ Hit.- streets W'M I UCSS, Proprietor,
OlD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot
ion R a es Appplv al Bulletin Office nrs).f
FOP RENT Newtv furnlshej rooms on Port St.
ppr'islle Star Hlo,k m-iw
nOH RrNT A co'lice t'xoi, co-ner K'lwalahio
' nnJCoi'ot eeu Aptly Ho Ion, lllslup IlanK.
1 1 t
srs TO LET asJ Turnl-ure lor stle In all
raft, if the iitr ATK1A3U.N. .Vatoon Oil
vrwLV 1 rnisiied roows ith;o,ii boj
'homccofkinfcl Lill a corner or wiuerase-
ru, ,ni Msk kl St
TOLLT-Seflm Huse mil furnlslwJ foorat vslth
biari Young St . near 1'llkol. i7i&.imn
Hol'P TO KENT on the corner of A'aklVI ani
W'HJer Asenues Apply on premises iriS'ini
TO RENT Purnlshel room. CarJen Lane. Enquire
olMrt McConnel, off Union ttreet, No gdarjen
COR SALE OR LEASE-A Jssrlllnz house cob
' itzt anJ lol centrally tocate-1, within fie blocks
of the pst office lotT.sij) suitable for Doctors or
Dentists oftic. anJ Jwelllnp; or lor a business leca-
1 oJ Rent S100 rer month Arply to (iLAK. LAN'
SING (t CO. mi-lf
FOR SALE OR RENT The futnl ure of a 6 room
Hon... rentei al fit co rer month. Arolyof
A SPAN of thorouphbreJ bay liorset. 6 ani yeart
t sears olj al,ii a tirst'dass bluJebaker surrey
ani set of slnile ani Jouble harness Apply to If
M Mott-Smlln. room too, Juii Bullilng ITI9-I
PR SALE AltrceupsirljhtWm. Knibe Plsno
cheap, gooi a. ntWt (,an V. seen at Mrs,
Wheetert, jr. vmearist
p0R SALE-rme furriiu-. of s room cotiaEe
banrain O-melett Can rent cnttaee Best
location Aiirest ' I ukMTUkE" llul'dln office. .6-iw
FOR SALE Choice Fruit Trees Irom riotlJa. con
sisting ol Peaches, Pears, Plums, Apricots
Apotet Jspaese Persimmons Mu befr'et, rtc o
klnis gioMn bv blotlJa trurs ani mott Ikely to
Irultln ihlscllmsl' Aiirest Bsron O Clatk. man
ager Clark rntm. Wablawa Oahu. ,t.6-.sr
FOR SALE CHI AP One touara piano In coui
orier at the nf1 t .,tl)l J.M WHITNEY, t.-lf
POR SA1 l!-ri irlii Peech Trees an) Cocoi Wei-
iel aia. Appl S V JtJHt AN
I -.1 t
9,-s YTAR LEASE -Oh na'own ren'al nlv lui
monin I' II flur die, n Klnc' M.
HOU E AND TWO LOTS-Kalulvl Trad, only
Ii .00. I" II lljrnelte, to K'lni: Si
I I OTS-K,plila-l
on easy terms, P. H, B.rnel e,
Ht)l si AND LOT-Puunul. s.ry cheap r II
Hurnn e, ig k'lri; Si,
MOl'sr AND LOT-Sslum I'oai mar Klnj.P.
II Hur-ette 10 kflnrc ,
FOR S.LI"-On es h i-i ani 6 Ii irse poer
MILT ii ".Its'. MkjSrjNr OIL CNGIMS. (ne )
Iniulrc fj msiflutH. hi KlnrM itsi-II
FOR SALf A few Imp irul milch co s.
J M VIVAS
COR SaLi2 Cheap, , famtl mart, harejs ani dn
open buifKy. Appi) to
WILLIAM SsVI OE.
too Mvr.hatit St.
FOr S'L; A larre ion tor. Wareluu., A
centrally localei Luislnp; House ani c ttaee.
Ruslness Properly In heait of cllv reslienct property.
HLNRV WAfEHIIOUsE & CO itm If
COR SALE OR RENT-A 1 acre Lot In Nuuanu
I Vallrv.wllh IjrK House ani Seseral Cottaees.
HENRY VVATLRHOUSI- & LO ic-jj-tf
THE btst s cent clear In town It Iht "COLONEI"
I to be hei at th Myrtle Clear Stnrt neat 10 Or-
ph.um All klnit ot Manna cigars a specially
(TOR SALE $100. lulnltuieot s-rocmei CuttaL't
near towr, svHhpilvlleseof rentln? cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDQE fi CO.,
a6 Merchant St
leaseholi on Queen sre't.
near Honolulu Iron Workt.
Splenili Warehouse Location.
Apply to W ILLIAM SAVIDT.E, & CU .
too Merchant street
1 svorKS. t vears la run
CluincH McetlniV Date,
The annual meeting of tho ofllcers
and stockholders of the Olaa Sugar Co,
Ltd., which was advertised to take
place at tho Chamber of Commerce
rooms at 10:20 this morning, was by a
unanimous resolution adjourned to
February 20, which hereafter will he
tho regular date for the annual meet
ings. Previous to adjournment It was an
nounced that the report of the manager
And treasurer was not ready to bo sub
mitted but would bo at the meeting In
The rciitilred two-fifths of tho capital
stock was lepresented, so tho amend
mint to the b-lawa iclative to chang
ing dntu' of annual meeting was unani
A carboy nf Sulphuiic neld was spill
ed on tho Irmgard wharf this morn
ing as it was being discharged from
tho John D. Sprcckels. Thiro "wcro
exciting times for u few- minutes until
tho container was finally pushed over
board. Ono of the lines of tho Spreck
els was badly burned.
Tho odlccrs of tho N. a. II, are prac
ticing with revolvers at the Kakaako
butts, preparing for a match to take
place In about two weeks time. Tho
ofllcers will shoot for regimental med
A meeting of the committee having
charge of affairs connected with the M AUDI
OR AS BALL, will meet at Dr. Sloggetts'
office on Thursday morning at'o-45. 5o-2t
Ifltertnn fiYat C,
C DAKE'S AJtrr.
1 1 tint lAtrencv. t and 61. Merchanli Cxchinre. Sn
Francisco, California, where contracts for 4ei tfslng
can be maie for It.
FIRST TO ARRIVR !
The "ZEALAND1A" brought us a shipment of
LADI5S AND GENTS
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
kS. F. Morgan
it 05 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFlOfiiAND I
POOKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LOT, 60 ft. by sco
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'vvest and almost new,
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITrlOUT HOUSES.
Higli ground. Excellent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
, 10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-11 Pensacola Street.
Constantly on Hand
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constancy on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Ud, SldtS 11311, VUU5, EIC
POULTRY AND GAME Turlv.C3eM-.
Chickens. Ou ill. Canvas Back. Mallard.
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, EtCj
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beet, btc Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet ami
OUTTER. Eres. Cheese. Pickles. Chow.
chow, Sauer kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, Onions, Cabbige. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTLRS Fancv. Jaree or small. In
shell or cans.
Horills' r thlncr th-it ..on nnl.l ii.lel, fe
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Wain 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE , IT WILL PAY YOU TO
BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. s. W. LEDFRLR,
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