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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, FGDnUARY 1, 1901.
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' NEW GOODS
IW) IN LARGE VARIETY.
lk-.'i Black and galvanised, In any
ft. X men to .4 men wick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
j Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
There is in store for yon
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
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f Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
1 Macfarlane & Co. have just received a
- shipment of the celebrated HUNTER RYE
I jSVHISKY, direct from the distillers, Wm.
Lanahan & Son, of Baltimore. 1751'iw
J. Oswald Lutted,
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am uiK03 led roofs
HONOLULU, JAN. 2, 11)01
California Feed Co., Ltd.
We tale great pleasure in stat- j
t'71.7 that the Iron Koof you painted &
for us with your "A II A MC" Ilcfrig- jjj
crating I'aint is giting the very hat s
of satisfaction ; cc are sure it rcduc ?
cd the temperature fully IS degrees.
We consider it a good article for (j
cooling iron roofs. You can make IS
any use of this you lile, ami are at 5
perfect I bcrty to refer anybody to us tt
I'otirg very truly,
HUSTACE A CO., LTD.
W. II. IIOOOS, Manager.
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' BlctnTc Books
11 i flM (0.
OF PALOLO HOLDS ITS
REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
And Finds Affair in Excellent Condi
tion Treasurer and Manager
Report Election of
At a meeting of the Palolo Land &
Supply Co. held In the Model block
nt 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
the-officers for the ensuing year were
elected and the reports of tho manager
nnd treasurer, showing the company
In good circumstances, were read. The
following officers were elected: A. l
Cooke, president nnd manager; M. D.
Monsarrat, lcc president; V. U How
ard, treasurer; Harry Armltage. sere-
tnry. The Hoard of Directors will lie
composed of the nboe named officers
together with C. II. Cooko and T. Mc-
The treasurer's report showed stoe!;
to the value of $20,i)Wi sold Blncc No
vember 29. 1SDD, nnd tho company still
In possession of 400 shares of treasury
stock, et unsold. There nro also 150
shares of subscribed stock. Tho real
estate was tallied at less than tho first
cost of the company, yet tho lois and
gnln account shows n substantial Kiln
or J10,2"i.l2 for the period. Tho total
estimated profits to December 31. 1301.
Is $30,475.12. The total Indebtedness
of tli ecompany Is $77,178.37 to nfNel
which, there Is duo tho company from
land sales, $2fi,C90.t4. Tho company
has stock for sale to the nluc of $S5,
000. Tho available dividends at once.
If Btock were realized upon would bo
$7.82t.f.3 nnd the amount available) for
dividends from receipts from land sales
Is $2,43.4D. This would leave a bal
ance of $2).230.C5.
Tli eninnager's report deals with sur
veys, roads, land sales, rock cresher
nnd pipe nnd water system. Tho road
ways have been staked out and 0110 nnd
one-half miles cleared of rock. Over
$1,320 was spent last ear for roads
One hundred and twenty ncrcs have
been placed on the market Blnco July
'1. lOOO. There hne been thirty-seven
agreements made for tho sale of 7ft
lots (about twenty-five acres), amount
ing to $37,878. All the front lots nlong
tho Walalea road hae been Bold to
Intending builders and not to specula
I Wo can Mult you In
J SIZB, QUALITY nnd PRICE.
FLAT OPEfNirNQ BOOKS
T7l7"ctll. nXTiolxols Oo.,
L C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
I Pacific Surety
J1 Guarantee Department
"8UE BOND8 TO GUARANTEE
, , the faithful discharge of the duties of
'A .Ntonagers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book-
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Salesmen,
'1 AptnM. Offife-men. Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Snipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales-
k ' men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and ex
porters, Railroad and Street Railway
I Employees, Administrators, Executors,
Assignees, Receivers, and all peisons
A holding positions of trust.
I Casualty Deoardnent.
rite Poltclcaot tho Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
p-'-bieani uollers, Indemnifying the In-
sured against loss or damage to pro-
I ptyt or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
, j GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
Henry May & (Jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telepliones 22.
Just In per
S. S. "Zealandla"
Fresh Eastern & Coctail Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Bloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Finen Haddies,
Grenh.igens' Chocolate Creams,
and a lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention.
COME AND ShE US.
Deliveries leave daily to WaikikI
and Palatini, and the best of atten
WITH SOLDIER BOYS
OF NATIONAL GUARD
What They are Doing and What They
Intend to Do Military Bill will
Have Some Important Pro
visions as to Term of Service.
R. W. ATKINSON
Furnlttlictl or UnfurnlHliccl.
ROOM 11, MAGOON BLD.,
Mr. H. II. I'nlno Is not authorized to
collect any hills whatsoever In behalf
of tho Evening Ilullctln or tho Dulletln
Publishing Co. from this date.
BUU.KTIN I'OIH.ISIIINO CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 30th 1001.
THIS PAPER ra'tfJ:
llsln? etncy. 64 anj 6j, Mrrchints Exdianet. San
FrncUcu.(.'allfornll.wbercontrctl for aJytillslnr
l'rom now until the --il Instnnt, one
or more of the comianles nf tho Xi
tloual Guard will be drilling nt the drill
shrd nlgbtly. in order to nacli n high
stnto of perfedlon In Kohllcrly Ijcarlng,
steadiness, silence In tho runks and
maintaining coireet distances. All this
will bo considered as jiait of tho com
petition drill and w III bo marked ic
cordingly. Next Sunday, a competitive shoot
will take place nt the butts between
the tennis of ten men each, selected
from Co. I), tho tenm mnklng tho low
est scoio to entertain tho members of
the company on Tuesday night.
Within the nenr future, a pistol shoot
will take place between tho ofllccrs of
tho regiment. The regiment Is In rn
oelpt of 300 rllles of tho Springfield
(1S07 model), which Is tho very lateit
A measure will como up before the
Legislature, whereby tho term of en
listment will be two years tnstend of
one. After a soldier Mas served Ills two
jeurs (if enlistment, he will have the
privilege of re-enlUtlng for a perlol
of one year.
This Is only one section of the bill
that Is to be presented. Another sec
tion proWdcs that the tlmo of service of
field officers shall bo three years In
stead of two, and tho length of Bonlcrc
of line ofllccrs heretofore one year,
shall be extended to two years.
The measure also provides for the or
ganization of a hospital and slgntl
corps, in too competitive drill winch
takes placo February 22d (Washing
ton's lllrthdny), threo prizes will be
competed for by the different compan
ies comprising the rclmuit. Tho first
prize will consist of u handsomo cup,
while the other prizes will ho In sub
stantial coin of the realm.
As was tho case last ear, tho com
petitive drill will consist of the com
plete manual of arms and will bo con
ducted by L'. S. Army ofllccrs who w ill
nwnrd tho prizes.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hot baked beans at noon every day at
Our borseshoer Is an expert. Hono
lulu Stock Yards Co.
Tako a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca street between Kins and Mer
chant. A five room cottage on Dmma street
Is offered for sale. See I'or Sale col
umn. A seven room cottage on Klnau
street Is for rent. See Tor Rent col
umn. A notice to th ccredltors of the estate
of Jas. A. Hopper appears under New
Oaliti Lodge, No. 1, K. of I'., meets
tonight at 7:30 In Castlo Hall, Port
See Morgan's column for an excel
lent opportunity to Invest In fine busi
Know how sublime a thing It Is to
ride a Tribune nnd bo famous for
Tho Walker Cyclcry has tho cheap
est blcyclo storo In Honolulu. Take a
look at their stock.
The names of the newly elected ofll
ccrs of Kahuku Plantation appear un
der "New To-day."
Tho weekly edition of tho I'vcnlng
Ilullctln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
Among tho passengers In tho Nip
pon Mam nre Cnpt. V. V. Wlldo and
A. J. Mcnocal of tho U. S. Navy.
The Nippon Maru brought but six
teen through cabin pasetigers. Six
teen In tho steerage nro for Honolulu.
The sub-commltteo of the Hepubl1
can party on municipal charter met last
night nnd worked until 2 o'clock this
When the Iwalanl left Hawaii there
were "000 bags of sugar at llonukaa
and C000 bags at Pacific mill ready for
Walter 13. Wall was commissioned by
Governor Dole today as Surc)or for
tho Territory of Hawaii, to succeed
W. V. Alexander, resigned. I
Miss Ackermnn and Miss Murcutt,
the two around tho world missionaries,
held n street meeting last night. These
meetings will bo continued nightly.
Tho enso of A. I). Doak tho Star
Dairy man arrested yesterday, came up
for trial In the Police Court this fore
noon but was continued until tho Sth
Free Instruction In photography is
offered by the HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It Cameras at
25 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion as to their use.
Among the passengers for Knunl In
tho Miknhala yesterday were tho fol
lowing: Mrs. Otto Iscnbcrg ,I)r. nnd
Mrs. Sandow, II. P .Ilaldwlh. Miss An
nie Dlackstadt nnd W. G. Cooke. I
The new ofllccrs of tho Star Dairy
Co., Ltd.. elected nt the last mtcling
of stockholders are: President L. I..
McCnndlcss; vice, president, Sarah .1.
Cirare; secretary nnd treasurer, J. A I- .
fred Magonn, and auditor, I.. II. Dee. i
Tlio big essel will not get away for
Illlo before Monday as the sugar Is not
going Into her ns fast as was expect
ed, although she Is working foro and
aft nnd taking sugar from tho ware-
house on one sldo and tho steamer Iwa
lanl on tho other.
Tomorrow nt noon, lunch plates for
twelvo Invited guests, will ho served
on tho Btcnmer Cnllfornliin. II. Alx
andcr Isenberg. representing the agents
of tho new lino of freight steamers
with Captain Morrison, will bo the
hosts. Thoso present will bo tho rep
resentatives of tho big sugar agencies
The annual reports of tho Palolo
Land & Improvement Co., Ltd., show
that concern to bo In good shape, and
their prospects as bright as any land
developments In tho city. Since Julv
1. 1900 there have been 70 lots sold for
(17,000 pa) able on tho Instalment plan
tho balances of amounts due aro draw
ing Interest at G per tent. With tho
rentals from rlco and taro lands an 1
tho leaso of their rock crusher to the
Honolulu Rapid Transit & Iind Co.
a good Income on tho Investment is
j Olympia !
o : Another New Shoe, a purely
o HrL- English Style, Sensible,
o 90K Comfortable, Dur-
VHfefeBk able, Style
"" S 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 EXCHAMGB
Honolulu, February l, looiZ
"UXJX 4lw' O
NAME OF STOCK ,
C Bftwtf icCoaicitw..
Hi (J up
twl I'UMJt Oil 1.0 .( C ooo.rm
Htmai PlinutlonCa ntiwA
HiwtlUn AgrlcultuMlCo t ,000,000
nawimn v.om su io.( t.jiM jo
I.O If, 500
fl f o,oool too
Tan oool too
t 1,000 loo
Hiwiliin Sugar Co
Honotnu MiRir Co
Honnkaa Sugar Co
Haku Sugar Co ,.
Kahuku Plantation Co
KamaloSugCo LtJ a
Kamalo Sug Co. pdup
Kind P.Co.LtJ rlup
Kttahutu Sugar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co . .
Kona Sugar Co . i
Maunalel Sugar Co.a
Maunaltl Su Co r J up
" ' M up
Nahlku Sug Co. Ltd as
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co, LtJ ,a)
OlaiSuCn.lti pi up
Olowalu Corrrany ,
Paauhau Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ,
PaU Plantation Co
Ptpwkeo Sugar Co '
Pioneer Mill Co
Wataiua Agr Co , at
Wailuku Suear Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walrnca Mill Co I
Intrltlan4 Steam N Co)
Hawaiian Llrctrlc Co
Hon RaptJT AtUnJCo
Hon. Strain LaunJry.
Mutual Tctf phonf Co
Uahu Hv & LanJ Co. . coo.ooo1 100
Propla'i c tt H t g Co 150,000! too
Hawaiian Gov 6 per crnt .
Hawaiian Ciov, 5 per crnti . .
H1I0R K,Co.6pfrccnt ,
non. Kip 1 j irnni,
Ew Plantain 6 per cent,.
Kahuku Plant 6rercent.
Oahu M & Lani Co.pr c
Oaliu Plantation Ape
Olaa Plantation 6 pc. .
OUR STOCK IS REPLETE WITH CORRECT MATER
IALS FOR FANCY GOWNS WHICH
will design and create at your order.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET
SALES to Kllicl A. imc: i.oo Hawai
ian Gov . 5, 5o8; 10 Ookalj, 5I7.J5.
WILLAK1) E. BROWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
. .. . .
me uunn sectional dooK-case
J .Oswald I.nttoil, proprietor of tlie
New KnKlnncl IlaKcry, lias purcliascil
tho Orplieum hotel from tho Into own
er. Mr. I.ntteil expe'ts to open n res
taurant near the hotel liullilliiK l a
JvJIiYiiViViViV 1 iViVji' c u r 6
-- MAGIC 5 headaches
: HEADACHES. while
IE WAFERS : dressing.
m't.W.'I.W.'ffHi. w f t "
and the Famous Cunn Desks
ivoll 1 op vv
Ofrico una VJllJ
r I nnrtP MnndHomo I'lnl
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
I. O.IIOX621. PROGRESS HI.OCK. PHONC. 971
RtceUed Per Bltne. 'WRBSTLBR"
A CAKLOAD OF THE CELBBRA1ED
manufactured by the FRED. MACLY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP, V
??pkwRrTERS I OFFICE DESKS. fii' DESKS.
Chairs.. Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets, Etc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Excluwlvc DculcrH, lluwollan Territory
Tho roRiilar monthly meetlnR of tbr
directors of tho Preo KlmlerRarten anj
Clillilrcn's Aid Association was held in
tho Y. M. C. A. this morning.
It was reported that the nttenflancr
nt all tho kindergartens was very gooi
Slid that tho health of tho children la
nttendntiee had been very much better.
Tho Smith street Kindergarten his
boon trans7erred to tho basement of
Knunlalino ehureli and thorn nro thirty-six
children In attendance, .lint
previous to moving, $40 worth of Kin
dergarten materials wcro stolen from
i:erytlilng nt tho Castlo Ilomi Is go
ing on smoothly nnd tbero nro nine
children enjoying tho privileges of Ine
Tho nnmo of Mary Castle has been
given tho dny nursery all plans for
which hao now been laid. Tho nur
sery will open February 8. Tho ladle
aro anxious to receive donations 01
money, furniture, cribs or anything
of a similar nature to bo used In Ine
Tho special commltteo on tho founda
tion of kindergartens In tho publte
schools reported to tho effect that a pe
tition had been sent In to the Hoard or
Education, asking that one kindergar
ten bo established In connection with
tho public schools of Honolulu In c
cordanco with the provisions of Sectloa
20 of tho Schol I.nws. '
Tho kindergarten calendar for the
present year is out.
(Consult WANTS-in To-riav's Bulicun
Fine Job Printing at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
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