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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FIIIDAY, FEBHUAnY 1, 1001.
Wm. u. Ih
Bun rranciico .doe-nli Tnu. Nrtad
National, Hank op Ban Frasciuco
Sab Frasoihoo Tlio Nevada NatloD.
Bank of San Francisco.
Loudon Tbo Union Bank of Londci
Nw YonK American Exchange IS
Cbioaoo Merchant Nationai Bank
Paws Credit Lyonnala.
BcRLin Droadner Bank.
Honkono and Yokohama Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nw Zealand and Aurtrjllu Id)
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvbb Bank t
BrltUu North Amorlut.
Tnuatt i General Baton udEickuueBuiia
Depoltti Received, Loans made on Ap
proTtd Secnrlty. flommercLl and TrtTtltri
Credits Inntd. Bllli of Exchange bough
CoixiCTiom Pbomtot Aooogimro Fo
Transact n General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Interest allowed after Jnlj
1, 1898, on fixod deposits 7
day notico 2 per cent., (tliir
form will not bear intoresi
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent, 6 montlu
3& por cent., 12 .months 4
Pioneer Building ant
ASSETS, DEO. II, 181t, 11I,(TTJB
Mone loaned on approved ecnrltt
ABavingaBank for monthlr depotlU
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl of Stock li art
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre
dent; B. 13. R,oso, vice President; C. I
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Dear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. t
Hose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henr
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours- 12:301:80 p. an
Shipping Facts of
many Distant snores
Tlio Ulnck Dlnmond Coal Companj
recently brought suit In the United
States District Court to recover dam
ages In tlio sum of J17.150.17 from th
California Shipping Company, owneis
of tho ship May Flint, for the loss of a
cargo of coal at the time of the collision
of tho May Flint nnd the battleship
Ion a on September Sth In San Fran
Tho British tramp steamer Carmar
thenshire which came Into port here
n short time ago for supplies arrUed
nt Tort I'irlo on January lOth. It will
be remembered that she was on her
way from Tacoma to the aboe port,
when she encountered one of the most
sevcro storms that has prevailed on
this portion of tho I'aclflc ocean for
It has been decided that the new
Orlentnl steamship line. In connection
with the Oregon Ilnllroad nnd Naviga
tion Company, will he operated by the
Portland and Asiatic Steamship Com
pany. The first of the four 10.000 Ion
steamers to be delivered to the new
company will be the lidrapura. which
It will receive at Hongkong on Febru
Advices of January lGth fro-r Wash
ington, state that Robert Moiar of the
firm of Moran llrothrr the Seattle
shipbuilders, who Is In Washington.
has received word that the clt of Se
attle will not carry out the contempli!
cd Btrcet extension, whlih would com
pel tho firm to raze on- t Its shops
In view of this decision at the city,
the firm will accept th" nwarl of the
contract to build one of 'he sheathed
battleships authorized by I'ongrois Inst
A cable to the New York World from
London savs When Oeorge L, Watson
landed at Southampton from his trial
trip on "Tonj" Drexel's new steam
jnclit. he was Invited to Inspect and
report upon the Quern's new jacht
which already has cost $1 500.000 and la
still considered unseaworthy. Watson,
according to report nt the Portsmouth
dockvard, being asked what should he
done with the Queen's ncht, replied In
his blunt Scotch way, to the consterna
tion of the Admiralty big wigs: "Put
every one responsible for her construc
tion aboard, take her twenty miles out
to sea nnd sink l.T." Rut falling this
heroic measure, she Is to be handed
over to the Admiralty as a dispatch
Stock Broker Says
Stocks are Firmer
One of the best known of the stock
brokers of the city, speaking of tho
general standing of stocks In tho city
at the present time .said to a Bulletin
reporter this morning "I am glad to
tell voti that the period of Inacltlvlty In
stocks which we have Just passed
through Is being superceded by a gen
crnl upward tendency nnd a tendency
to firmness. I do not anticipate niay
boom ns a great many of tho stock bro
kers think we are going to have.
"It Is my opinion that ono stnble
stock at n time will pick up and then
gradually rise. People have got all
over their liking for booms for a great
many were 'pinched' In the last one we
had nnd now, every man studies over
the situation most carefully before ho
makes n move. This. ou can well see,
tends toward moderation nnd modera
tion In one field, means death to booms
nnd life to n gradual upward ascent.'
SCHOOL GIRL IIAZtiD.
Wichita. Kans.. Jan. 23 Miss Piul
Ine LcwelllngH econd daughter of the
late (lovernor Levvelllng, was brutaliv
hand 1 women members of the Alpha
Tlieta Mil Socletj of the Wlihlta High
faihool. Iho littus. A. T M., were
burned across her forehead with ni
trate of sliver and the doctors have In
formed Miss I.i'wtlllng that tho scars
cannot be removed The letters are In
Miss l.ewelllng allowed the reporters
to look at the stars tonight They are
one-fourth of nn Inch deep. When ask
ed for the details of tho ha7liig, sho re
fused to disclose the names of any of
tho women who took pnrt In tho Im
Ing nnd would not even tell when or
whero It happened.
The school board will have the jnung
women ai rested If they can find out
their names. To this action the vic
tim takes radical exception and sajs
she does not want them punished he
causo It was all done in fun nnd she
was ver yanxlous to Join tho Alpha Ue-
ta Theta Mil no matter how severe
their initiation ceremonies.
Full Moon on tho 3d nt G:C0 n. m.
The tides at Kahulul and IIUo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian ot 157 30. The
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
OftUo located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
ntncflt freo of charge, completo sen
of charts ind direction's of tho world.
Latent information can bo obtained re.
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of interest to occin
Notice to Creditors.
Savings Deposits will b
received and interest allowed by tht
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Rop
elation may be obtained on appllcatlm
Offlco at bank building on Merchai
BISHOP A CO.
Tfje VoohHmB Specie Ban
SuHcrlbri Capital Yen .4,000 oo.
Paid Up C.plul Y.n 18,000 oct
Served Funi Yen S.i)o,oot
Heil Office, Yokohama.
The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issues Draft,
and Letters ot Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
On Fli.4 Deposit (or 1 asocial, a iSf aaasl p. .
On Flit! Depollt lot 6 noslai, jji "
Oa Flie4 Depo.lt tor 1 bo., i
Bunch ot th. Yokohama Sped. Bank,
Few Repaoiic Baitdipg. ill nm si.. Hcioltii
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons in ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping done
MRS. H. II WILUAMS.
,Adt. 1. (il tctumn ttntf 4 nurttJ
It tmll 4 ,. 0.4 t.ftrff..; M 44.ll fw
imttthtnt 9 ttKtt ... ttJt, 43 44. ft rtr. nttkt
snJ 60 ttnti o.r numtb. Hit 11 tbi rrr.ftttf 4er
WiOc tvtr effitfj lb pttiptt . Honolulu,
CTrNOORAPMER llll SPIRE TIME DURING
J bu.lne.. hours des res lo attend to anotrte
II , Bulletin r,ITice
at 15 per m nth
BARGAINS IN JIELKY-CJ can (ret Ihem at
M F LLCAS, 10) Motel St. F'n. Eneravlna;
and en.rrellng don. Ito.
MOTICE TO B' tLDERS-The Union Capress Co
.- nas wnii r Aru i-uk mle.
ANTEP-A (irsi-class b,rlr Apply C. Mot-
leno, wercnint at . near r-n 't;,'iw
WANTED TO REN -Hojs. nt 6 or t moms
(cenlral) would try turnilur. 'IK" Bulletin
tlANTED To rent . t "1 hors. poer Mler,
" Apply VINCtN f and BELTER. i-lw
OFFICE Clirks Typewriters, Luna and Plan'atlon
U ANTED POSIT ONS FOR GOOD RELIABLE
W COACHMEN. ATKINSON.
FEMsLE ll.tr, any nationality, Whit. Help a spec
VOUNO MAN, s'enoeraclier and trtewrlter, al
I one Address "AN " Bulletin Office;
WANTFDWATCHESto repair by lewder ot M
vv years experience Ju.l received a fine I ne ot
nove'l'es. O DIETZ. Ill Nuuanu SI l?o8 It
M f. LUCAS o Hot.l St
THF OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOW -I
Ovsi.rs served n the Oietl onw Try his
lemons Ham and hgg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hue streets WM LUCAS, Proprietor,
ID PAPFPS TO r XCII NGF for clean Cot
ton Wat;. Aippiv at tiiiii.tm umc mnj-ii
The tnJf rilcnei havlnt? iVn Julv arrolnlei Ex
?cutort anJ bxecutrlx rer?ct tly nf the estate ul
Jam A Hornr. JeceawJ late of Honululu. Ojhu
none is n.rerv Ken to mi creJiiors to prcsveni instr
claims JKilntt sild Jamrs A Hotpf Ju'y authen
ticated hIiIi rtortr ouchcrs, If ar rxKi, even tf the
Claim Is curt;J tv morteice uron real estate to tin;
underliTneJ at their utnee on I irt sirett llonolu u
Oahu within ".Ix months from tha Jae f lit f rt
puMlcation hrreof. or they will re ftrevcr barred
Hon. lulu Oahu Obruarvist A 1) , 1001,
WILLIAM L. HOI'PbR
E WILIS PfcTERS'JN. anJ
Fxecitors anJ bxecutrlv of the estate of James A
Hopper JeceascJ l sji4t'Hw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Annuil Meetine of the Stock
holders of the KAIIUKA PLANTATION
COMPANY, hell January 28, 1901, ihe
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing yeir:
James H. Castle President
J. P. Cooke VIce-PreslJent
W. R. Castle, Jr., . Secretary
C. Bolte Treasurer
George F. Davles Auditor
W. R. CASTLE. JR.,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Salem. Or.. Jan. 21. Tho Republican
Senatorial caucus held at the Capitol
this evening vvns attended by thirty-
eight members of the Legislature. One
member sent a letter of regret nnd ex
pressed his Intention to be governer
by the nctlon of the caucus. Nothing
was done to Indicate the position of the
caucus choice for Senator. The Demo
crats. 1'opullsts. etc., held a caucus also
and decided to cast their party voto to
morrow for William Smith of Ilaker
City for Senator.
It Is quite ev Ident thnt the Senatorial
ballot tomorrow will result In no elec
tion. It appears that the Republican
support will bo divided among Cnrbctt.
Mcltrldo nnd Hermann. Both houses ot
tho Legislature havo been working
hard all the afternoon, a large number!
of bills hnvlng been Introduced.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days nro ns follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
NIPPON MARU Yokohama ..Feb. 2
China 3. F Feb. f.
MARIPOSA S. F. Feb. 0
RIO I)i: JANEIRO Yokohama. Feb. 12
WARRIMOO-Sjdnoy Feb. 11
DORIC S. F. Fob. 1C
AORANGI Victoria Feb. 10
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
SIERRA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 13
NIPPON MARU S. F Feb. 215
Steamers. For. Due.
NIPPON MARU S. F. Feb. 2
CHINA Yokohama Feb.
RIO DE JANEIRO-S. F. Feb. 12
MARIPOSA S. F. Feb. 13
WARRIMOO Victoria Feb. 11
DORIC Yokohama Feb. 10
AORANGI Sydney Feb. 10
ALAMEDA S. F. Feb. 18
SIERRA Sydney Feb. 19
COPTIC S. F. Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU Yokohama... Feb. 20
A government transport from San
Tranclsco, carrying mall, Is duo about
tho 9th nnd 23d of each month.
FIRST TO ARRIVE !
The "ZEALAND1A" brought us a shipment of
LADI5S AND GENTS
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
11 05 Queen Street
TO irT-Cntfis'onKlnajSl between Pllkol an!
Keinmnkii ? rn m indiumi kitchen ana ram
rnnm foimry n cupicJ pv a i Mrnck HtntJio
.r month Arr'VtoC.. H Collins Kin;; street rr
FOR KENT A nUely furnl heJ be J room ani sit-tlnc-room
In prlav famll Apply ja Here
Unta M , near Pumping Station njf U
COR RENT PurnlshtJ rooms lor entlemen
quire at ISa. 4 ISorri vineafi st ,
FOR RTNT A otttase s?x6i, rorner Kawahtuo
nnJ Cool st'eets. Aptly H I on. Ulihop Bank
HOUSES TO IET aiJ Furnl ure lor tale In all
rant a the ctv ATKINSON. Maeoon HIJ
were runt itrcet
TO LXT Sefton House will furnished room with
b urJ Young st near Pilkol. mfr tmo
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of Maklkl an4
Wilier Avenue AppK on premise iTil'tm
TO WENT Furnlahei room. GarJen Lane Enquire
of Mrs McConnel. off Union street, No oGarJen
DESIDENCE PROPERTY. FOR SALH
stlon the t-eiL. In Nuuanu Valle. corner of
JuJJ ana Linna streets int lunr premises con
sisting of about four acres of lanJ co erel with beau
tiful lan. trees and plants A no pliilJ residence
to cot aiesicnmrlett barn and servants' Quarter.
all In first class condition Tor further particular
ly lo HAWAIIAN TR"5T & INVLbTMENT
1 IV leieonone, 4 icqinriat ith-it
Constantly on Hand.
THREE CURNHUED RACE.
On WashlnRton s lllrthdny. theio Is
Lo bo n tlirn; lornerul race In shells
between trews siltctul fiom mcmbeis
of tho Hcalanl and Mjrtlo club mem
bers. Tho captains of tho trows aro A. V
Judd, Jack Atkinson nnd Carl Rhodes
In Judil's boat will bo himself. Oil'
Sorenson, Jim I.Iod and tlthcr Geo
Jlartln, Fred Chuich or John Water
house. '1 his trcw Is known ns the
.Married Men's crew.
Resides Atkinson thero will bo Dan
Rcnear, Paul Jnrrett nnd Wllllo Soper
fn the becond boat, which will be know n
as tho Slnglo Men's crew Tho Mngaged
Men's crew will consist ot Merle John
son, nert Webster nnd Fred West, be
sides Carl Rhodes, who will bo coirh
The dlstanco to bo rowed has not jet
hecn settled but active training will be
fccgun this week. Tho prlzo will he a
dinner to bo paid for by tho losing
ArtlBtlc work Is tho forte of our Job
printing department. If an especially
nice Job Is wanted In workmanship and
material, glvo us a trial.
Fresh Invoices of HuYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
A. N. SANFORD,
MANY FISH KILLED.
Slnco the uoik of building tho sewer
outfall oft Kakaako has got out Into
ilcep wnter, a good deal of blasting Ins
been found necissary. Tho concussion
of the exploding giant powder kills a
great many fish nnd, ns n result, the
bridge leading out to where tho men
nro working Is thronged with natles
and .lapnneso who go nftcr tho stunned
and dead fish r.s they eomo to tho sur-
faco of the water after n blast.
Sometimes n great many fish nro got
In this way and ngaln, but few. Since
tho outfall has been used, sharks are
being found ery frequently In the
neighborhood, w hero they como to feed
on the offal pumped Into tho sea.
FR ALr On Emma !!, r im cottage fur
nished complete, sanl arv ptumMne: th'ouKhout.
Tor particulars apply o Chas h Monre. room 6,
Maguon Hlock, Alakea ani Merchant Sts iTH-tl
HOUSE & LOT. right In town, only iloo. I II
Durnelte, 19 Kin. M
HOUSE & LOT, Wllcux tract, rrw home, lot Cox
tn rnly $s.ooo. terms easy p H (lunette, w
Has returned to Honolulu and opened
offices for the examination of the eye for
glasses and tilling prescriptions. Uonv
plete facilities for grinding lenses and mal
Ing repairs. Factory on the piemlses.
ROOMS 206 AND 207,
fOKT ST. I1LT. IIOTLL AND KING
It is a case where, honest
work brings its own rewaid.
king BROS., who have lately
gone into the photographic
business, as a branch to their
Art Store, are meeting wit"
remarkable success, in the
Kodak Finishing Department
This is due to following the
mottoe : " A thing worth
doing, is worth doing well."
The result is, everyone who
knows the dilterence, is satis
fied. To those who don't know,
an invitation is extended to
look into the matter.
120 Hotel Street,
Corner of Union.
Blectton ot Officers
At the annual meeting of the stockhold
er of the PLOLO LAND & IMPROVE
MENT CO., LTD.. held at the office of
the Company. January 31, tool, the fol
lowing officers were e'ected tor the ensu
A. F. Cooke President & Manager
M. D. Monsarrat vlte-Presldent
Harry Armltag Secretary
W. L. Howard Treasurer
R F. MearJmore Auditor
Directors: C. II. Cooie and T. Mc
Cants Stewart Attorney with the above
named officers constitution the Hoard of
2743-m Secretary, l'.L.&I.Cn.. 1 td
Blcction of Officers
A' a meeting of the stockholders of th
STAR DAIHY CO., 11 D.. held In Room
2 M lgonn building on MonJ iy the 28th
day ot J.inuary, irpi, the folhwlng per
sons were elected to serve for the present
L. L. McCandless President
Sarah J Grace vice l'reldent
Alfred Magoon . Sectetary&l reasurer
Auditor-- L. H. Dee,
Tie ahive named persons constitute the
Board of Directors.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
,? 'J' v '' 'J' tt v "J1 'J v 'j 'I' 'if '1' 'J 'I1 'J 'J' ttt tt v
Can satisfy your wants
; ; .f you mention them in its
i! WANT COLUMNS
Weather llureau, Punahou. February
1. Temperature Morning minimum,
CI; Midday maximum, 73.
Ilaromctcr nt 9 a. m. 29.93. Tailing.
Do w Point GIF.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. E9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Feb
ruary 1, Weather clear; Wind SW,
Thursday. January it
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searie, from
windward Oahu norts.
bchr t-annie Adele, Dudoit, 8 days from
Stmt Walaleale. Plltz, from Kauai with
aoco bags sugar.
rriuay, reo. 1.
HUt Benecla Bowes, 15 days from San
Francisco, general catgo to F. A. Schaefer.
Am schr Muriel, Chfeson. 49 days f om
Newcastle with coal to Hind Rolph &
Co. .. ..
Stmr Ualanl, Gregory, from Hawaii.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
TKK Nippon Mam, Green, 10 day
from the Orient, pass and mechdse to H
HacUfeld & Co.
Thursday, January 3t.
OSS Zealandla, Dowdell, for San
OSS Sonoma, Van Oterendorp, for
Pago Pago, AucUland and Svdney.
TKK HongUong Maru, Fllmer, for the'
Am bUtn Juhn Smith, for the Sound In
Stmr MlUahala, Pederson, for MaUa
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn.for Nawlllwlll.
FrIJay, Peb 1.
Gas schr Maiolo. KulUahl, for Kauai.
For Kauai, per stmr MlUahala, Jan. )i.
Mrs. Otto isenberg, Dr. bandow and
wife, H. P. Baldwin, Annie HI tckstadt,
1 onv Sagstetter and W. G. O-oke.
For Kauai, per stmr Kauai, Jan. 31. - N
Lownesand Miss Ne file
Mnll for CoiiHt.
The Nippon Mam from the Orient ar
tled this afternoon. The Slrrra from tin
Colonl'S Is due to arrive tudiy. Ihe
postal authorities will send a mall on
eich steamer, but the steamer which
leaes iM for aan tr.incico, win c r y
the bulk of the m.a I. Although the ea-
landia left yesterday alrcrdy a good suej
mail has piled up in the post ollice for the
Should the Sierra get In tills after oon
she get very quicU dlspitchand, as she
will liave hut little freight to dlschirge
and but a small quantity of sugar to taUe
on, she should not be delated here longer
than twelve or fift'en hours.
The Nippon will probably taUe about
the same length of time to discharge as
she usually brings a large Oriental cargo
for this port.
Swum Atshorc lop Pun.
Last Sunday the crew of the steamer
Iwalanl swam ashore at Wilplo Gulch
for a little vacation. Hie weather was
too rough to lower a boat so the men tooU
chance with the ro.Us. None of them
were hurt. On Monday morning they re
turned to worU,
Murlel'H First Trip. "
The new schooner Muriel, Captain
Chafeson, from Newscastle, arrived es
terday after a trip of w days The vessel
Is owneJ by H'nJ Rolph & Co. anJ after,
dlscrnrglng her coal, she will load sugar
for San Francisco.
FOK SALE OK LEASE-A Jelllne house cot
taira ani lot, centrally loca'eJ, ulthln fn e Mocks
of th.p-st otti.et lotrxi)i suitable for Doctors or
Dentists cflic.anJ J.tlllnir ir for a business Ice. -llnJ
Mrni $ to. rtr ironth rolv to ((CAM LAN-
S IMj& cp itli-tf
FOR SALE OR KENT The (u nl ure of a room
ltme. rented at lis coper month Apply ot
I l-A'4 Wl r fVr'Jent.l Uriel
AS PAN of thoroufht-rcJ hay horsts, 6 ani . )ears
years oli. .Wo a (irst-cl.ss StuJrbaker surrey
ani et of slnslj ani Jouble harness Apply 19 H
M Mott'Smltn. roro .o-. Juil Hullilng 1749-iw
seen at Mrs
At my salesroom,
65 QUEEN STREET ON
SATURDAY, FEB. 2ND,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON.
A fine piece of business property
situated directly opposite the ware
house ot W. G. Irwin & Co. on
Merchant St., and near tlfe fine
Stangenwald and Judd buildings.
This is an excellent opportunity
for investment in first-class otfice or
Metropolitan Meat &
COR 'ALE Aliri-eup,rlihlm
I cheap cooi a new Can b.
Wheelers, jr. Vinear4 St
ITOR SAI C Choice Fruit Trees from riorlia. con-
1 stinff of Peaches, Pears Plums, Apricots
appks, lipanese persimmons Mulberries, Ltc, of
kinis cown bv llarIJa oTiwers ani mot IKelv to
frutt tn this climate AJiressBuonO Claik, man
ager Clark Farm W'ab1aa Oahu ,T.6tw
r Jel'ana. Apply S W JORDAN
T4 -II ' Tort St
on YEAR LEAC Chlnatovn, rental only lio a
4iU montjl I' II llurnetic )a King St
HOtl' L AND TWO LOTS- Kalulanl Tract, onl)
Ji.sio. I'll llurnette, )o king St
rOK SALE-One ea h M-4 ani 6 horsepower
M ETZ Pt ni kLROSEXE O L EXG1XES.
Inquire rJ EwlflUTH. 141 king St
FOR SALF A few Imrortei milch cows
J M VIVAS
pOR aLE Cheap family mare, harness ani an
open pugjty. rtppiy 10
too Merchant St
THE b"t t cent clear In (own Is th. "COLONEL'
I to be hai at the Myrtt. Cigar Store neat to Or-
th-um .Ml kinds of Manila cigars a specially
pOR SALE $100. Futnltureof j-rocmei cottage
near towl. wnn privilege or renting collage.
WILLIAM SAVID',E& CO.
6 Merchant St.
tTOR SLE f.ooo
near Honolulu Iron Works
Leasehoti on Quren 'reet.
1 Works .4 years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Locallrn
Apply lo WILLIAM SAVIDCE, & CO .
.06 Merchant street
Jas. P. Morgan,
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutt
PorU and Veal. The Standard Meats
the Coast. Nothing better to beiad. '
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islai
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout.Sturz
Sole, Smelt. Shad, Carp. RocU Cod,
uass, iwrawtisn, Gratis, btc.
POULTRY AND GAME TurUevs.G.
Chickens, Quail, Canvas BacU, Mall.
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian HareEtc.
SMOKFD MEATS Hams. Bacon S.
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Ul
Kerf, fctc. Also sweet Bread, ar
Cakes' Liver, Tripe, Cakes' Feet
DUTTLR. Eggs, Cheese, PicUles, Ch.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Gr.
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A fll sui
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small
Hardly a thing that you could wlsl
but what Is to be had at our marUet.
Telephone Main g.19.
Jaranee crew has been signed aboard
the Norveglanshlp Prince Albert.
The gasoline schooner Eclipse sails this
afternoon at 5 0 ciocit lur iuauena ana no
The Sonoma broucht the largest ship
ment of cold storage goods ever brought
to tils part.
A sU feet tiger sharU was caught by
Japanese lishermen near Diamond iiraaon
The Navy slips ind wharves will be
turned over to the Navy Department on
tne nrst or .vurcn.
The birU Kalulanl will probably get
away for Sau Francisco by TutsJay, tak
ing a full loaJ of sugar.
1 he erection of the derrlcU for the bor
ing of the artesian well on the naval re
servation w is heLii yesterday.
WorU has begun on the salvag of the
little scliomer MoUlhana which went
asho'e at Walanae two ve;ks ago.
Captain Higlund of the Inter-Island
Steam Navleitlon Company lias been
conh i-d to his home for several days with
The new barltentlne Benecla. Bowes
commander, arrived yesterday afier spreJy
voyage of lifie n days from San Francisco.
She brought a larre general cargo and a
deck load of 1917 bales of hay. I tie new
vessel Is a beauty and w as muc h admired
yesterday' This Is her fitst trip here.
FOR 1901 !
llverythlng In the lino of job print
ing la what may bo obtulned fiom tho
Job olllco of Tho i:enliig Uiilletln. Sta
tionery, blanks, ledgers with patent
Hat opening backs, blank books of all
sorts, pamphlets, books 01 -an) thing
that can bo turned out by n job olllco
Is right In om line OUe us a trial
next tlmo you nre oidcilng.
Tho nnnual meeting of the C. Diew
cr Itate, Ltd., which was to hae
taken plnco ycsteitlay was adjourned,
subject totho tall ot tho ptesldent.
flie Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.
While putting new fita,res ir
your bath-room, at Iest
Design and prices on a,-'
Lewers & Cofik
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
HOUSE WITH LO l Co ft. by aco
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanal, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor' west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb IHE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 Merchant Street, or of
i740-lf Pensacola Street,
Careful Attention glve
DON'T BUY lOUR FURNITURL ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, ,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 7CIJX IT WILL PAY
New Goods Received by Iveii
I.X L. Furniture S'
P.O. BOX 535. S.W. LfcDl