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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., TUESDAY, FED. 12, ISOt.y
The Mardi Gras
Tot aJiltlonal Shifting News se seventh pet.
Ait, in tht ettmmn tviU'h inurttd i
ft ttntt tint tml tnttttiont it ttntt tti
FIRST TO ARRIVR !
The "ZEALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
tnttttiont' to ttntt out unit, 40 ttntt two tt Mai
ni to ttntt cnt month. Ten ittht ttfbttf sJvtf
tuff trtr cftrtJ tht ftPt Honolulu.
H in which the people of Hawaii are interested to
g make a social as well as a financial success is
a almost nere. We are strlvbg to do our part
P and assist in the festivities by offering you the
UANTEn-PARTNIR WITH fieoo.00 IN
vv staMIhfd pajlne business, or $y i.towlll
tile vou ti oncthlri Interest In simc. Aiii
"not K" Itullet n Offo
POSITIONS for Reliable HYp. Alklnsoo, MaRoon
Dulldinc, Merchant M.
CTENOCjKAPHER WITH SPARE TIME DURING
O business hous desires to attenJ to anothef
firm' cor'CtpnnJtMe al f ij per meruit AJircss K.
II . Dullctln office. itij-iI
opportunity to oe me dcsi gowneu.
offer the choicest of various materials especlully mude
to order !or the occaHion under the
MR. HARRY DAVIDSON,
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ANTED-Dv it young man ol 19. a position In
' LADIES AND GENTS !
any line 01 ni.met. AJjress n, uiwi, r,j.
Monday 8 1 a
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..WIGS AND SILK MASKS..
OUR HAIR DRESSING
All departments are under the direct management of Ais&
M. E. KILLEAN.
S THE H. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
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10 rU'VIVC HMppillg
is Connecticut Flan
New Ilaxcn, Jan. iX Flogging of
criminal, which In ardent times wan
the custom In the laml of tead hablu,
La to bo revived by law la Conner tlcut.
JucIro Simeon i:. lialdwln of the Con
necticut Supreme Court, who has
for years Interested In the revival of a
modern form of the whipping post, has
been consulted by members of the State.
Board of Charities with a, View to draft
ing a law In the present Legislature to
establish offlcers In every police court
and In every Jail with power to wield
the lash on unruly children and wife
bottlers, kidnapers and similar crimi
nal. Youthful offenders against the law
continue- to Increase, and this form of
punishment Is regarded by many as the,
most effectual to set the youthful crim
inal In the straight path. There Is no
intention to revive the old whipping
post. Dut a sound thrashing upon
criminals of a certain class. It Is be
lieved, will have more salutary effect
than months of confinement. The whip
pings will be private.
The Bulletin Publishing Company Is I
7ully equipped to do every variety of j
Job printing. Let us figure on your j
IN THLCIRClIT COIRT FIRST ClkCUT
Trrttxv f Hawaii At ch.nnrf, In probate In
Vvmanrr ot tfitate of S Kaiak HI (k) of Hni
iitu. Oahu. JeceawJ IntMtatt Pit tlm havtr.p
Hvn ftlisl by Enovh Jotmon. an alupteJ n if ili
it--Mat, prafng tdat Utters of aJminliraiinn upon
wlJeiUie b luei 10 aliptltlorer n tkc 1 hre
l t ton that Mon lay tht 1811 Jav of .March. A D .
it.cr,jit locitxk am in the JudklifA liul Jlnjr.
Honolulu It aprolntei the tlm an4 plate tor heirlng
lipttnioi. henanihre all person- fincrntfi
wav arar and how cauw If any th hae, why
ta J piiltlon houli nit b trar.tti.
Honolulu, I ebruarv it. 1 joi.
Bv it i Ciurt
jrvh n.n I Cl.tfc.
nt Hsir. o'clock,
Given by Miss Qriswold.
i fl Cradle Song, de Koven
lb) Berceuse (HollanJ air) Schumann
(c) "Dear Love, When In Thine Arms"
Delia t. unswold
3 (a) "Beru de Jocelyn" GoJarJ
ft) Valse Bluette Schutt
Mr. Harold Mott-Smlth
1 Toreador Song "Carmen" Bizet
Mr. Newton Prouty
4 (a) "Gently close my weary evellds"
'cello oMIgato, Mr. Mott-Smith
V) Hush Song, "Baloo, my deir"
(c) "Ouvrez" Bolero . Dessauer
- flella EjXJrlSivold,..
i Quirtette. Bella'HfgHa" (Rlgoletto)
Mrs. Allan. White, Sop.
Mr. Prouty, Tenor.
Mr. Walter Dillingham, Uass.
6 (a) Wleeenlled Cesek
ft) "L'arJlta" Ardltl
Delia E. Grlswold
Miss Gertrude Brown, accompanist.
Reserved Scatrt nt Wall, Nichols
$1.00, 75 and 50c, Gallery 25c.
FOR SALE !
HOUSE WITH LO T, 60 ft. by 2co
ft. House contains' six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, .clothes closets,
anil china closet Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
tot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITnOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
Unes. Largo trees.
Inquire of C BOLTE,
iQ'Merchant Street, or of
1740-11 rensacoia street. (
Special attention is called to
Cigarettes as Basis
for Decree of Divorce i
Oshkosh, Wis., Jan. 2S. The case of
Mrs. Beatrice Tracey. upon whose alle
gation that her husband smoked clgar
etttes t" excess a decree of dlvorco was
granted by Judge Burncll of the Win
nebago County Circuit Court, has at
tracted considerable Interest In this
and other States because of the novel
point of law Invohed and the position
occupied by the parties In the suit.
ltolla Tracey, the husband. Is closely
related to some of the wealthiest and
oldest families of this city. While Mrs.
Tracey Is now only JOyears old, she
hail been married seven jears. the cou
ple having eluded opposition to their
marriage by running nway. Mrs. Tra
cey In her petition, swore that her hus
band smoked cigarettes night and day.
and that he had become a verltablo
cigarette fiend. Contlnunl Indulgence
Ir. this habit had, she stated, unfitted
him for labor or giving his attention
Judge flurnell. who granted an un
conditional decree of divorce, said Ir
explanation of his decision that di
vorces have been granted upon statu
tory grounds, and that whllo clgarecte
smoking Is not enumerated among these
grounds, excessive drinking Is. and the
effect on the moral condition of a man
is much the same In both cases.
Mariposa May Go
To Colonies Again
Ofllccrs on tho Mariposa think It Is
vcij likely that that vessel will bo sent
off to the Colonies again for one trip,
In place of the Sierra, which was to
havo left San Francisco on March Oth
She should have arrled In San Frau
clsco on tho Tth Inst, and It wna esti
mated that the necessary repairs and
alterations to her would take at least
a month. This being tho case, the
statement wns mado that. In all prob
ability, the Mariposa would have to
take her place.
Mr. Spreckels went to the Mariposa
Just before she sailed and told tho cap
tain to hurry tho vessel back to San
Prauclsco. As the Ventuiu, the third
of the new vessels, was scheduled to
leavo on her maiden trip to the Colo
nies on the 13th Inst., she could not
be held to take the Sierra's place In
case she Is not ready, and the Alameda,
now on her way from the Colonics, will
not arrive In San Francisco until tho
As she would have but eight days to
discharge and load again to go out on
time, It was not thought probable that
she would be sent on again. It was tho
Intention of the company to havo the
Alameda laid off at the conclusion of
Her present trip and rebuilt, this on
account of the fact that her now en
gines nnd boilers are now ready and
waiting for' her In -San Francisco and
she was allowed to make her present
trip by the Inspectors as a special fa
vor to the company,
Every effort will be made to havo tho
Sierra ready In time to go on her regu
lar schedule time and. In case the Mari
posa has to be used for the trip, ar
rangements will bo made to look out
for tho Honolulu passengers nnd
freight tralllc that will be satisfactory
to people here.
The KInnu Arrives.
Tho Klnau arrived this ntternoon af
ter a very rough round trip to Hllo. No
freight for Klhel.Makena or Mahukona
was landed as It was too rough. At
Lahalna this morning tho Klnau enter
ed. On the way up Bhe did not touch ai
any Maul ports. She will sail again on
Sugar on lluwall.
Walakea 10.000. H. P. S. M. 400. Wain-
aku 0,8oo. Onotnea o.oco, Pepeckeo 10,000
Honomu 8,000, Ifakalau 8,000, Papaaloa
1,000, Ookala, Kukulau 8,000, Hamakua
2,000, Paahau 3,?oo. Honokai 5,500, Ku
kulhaele 8,000, Puniluu Jj.ooo, llonuapu
3,000. Total 86,200,
Tho Walker Cyclcry has the cheap
est bicycle, storo In Honolulu. Tako n
look at their stock.
New Moon on the 18th nt 4:15 p. m.
Weather Bureau, Pttunhou, February
12. Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 73.
Barometer at 9 a. m, 29.S2. Rising.
Dew Point C9F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. SC per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Feb
ruary 12. Weather stormy; wind SW.
Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Stmt Walaleale. Plltz, from Kllauea.
Am schr Robe-t l.-wer. Ur.derwooJ, 26
dav from Port Gamble; lumber to Leer
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo anJ
Monday, Feb. It.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett, for Kauai.
Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Stmr Mauna l.oa, Slmerson, for Maul
and Knna ports.
OSS Aiarlposa, Rennle. for San Fran
clscd. Gas schr Malolo, Kulkahl, for Oahu
Schr Kawallanl, Moses, for Oahu ports.
Br ship Falls of Girry, Broadfoot, for
the Sonnd In ballast.
TO SAIL THI8 AFTERNOON.
Stmr Keauliou Mosher, for Honokaa
and KuUulhaele at jpra.
Gas -chr Eclipse, Townend for Ma
kenaand Koni porat 5 Rn. ,u ll.
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Klnau, Feb 12 J M Coulson, I E Eske ,
J Glbbs. Mrs II Hall'ma. Wm McK.iv, A
H W Todd, Mrs SI B Owec, Mrs S
WakefielJ, Miss H Wakelield. P Heck,
Thos Wolff, Capt John Simpson, Miss
Simpson, Mrs Simpson, L H Conley, Jno
Hoyle, Miss Boyle, Rev J W Damon, Mrs
LArnand and child, Mrs Nakapu
ahl, C H Hertmann, Henry Lvman,
Eugene Lyman, E P Mable, Quong
I ee Song, John T Molr, M R Free,
Captain K Andrews, Captain Mitchell,
Dr J J Grace, John Richardson, Rev S B
Herrp, T Anoda, R Lalng, J Kekuewa,
Master II Mahiko, Chas Wllllami, Master
C Williams. Master E William, Miss
Hattle Shaffrev. Miss Dalv. R H Lone. C
F W Vo, Miss M L Bylngton, Miss M L
For Mauf, Kona and Hawaii potts, per
stmr Mauna Loa, t-eb 12 l-rank vida, w
servant, R E ForJ, D Walch, D Couway,
A Dowsett. F H Havselden. Miss Elen
Phillips. Lutn Org, Thos Clark, Jno
.Mattes ana vv 11 uornueii.
The Aiarlposa took 17000 bags of sugar
as part 01 her cargo
A dead liorfe was tow ed to sea by the
bleu tins morning.
The Keauhnu sails at three o'clock this
afternoon for Honckaa and kukulluelc.
John G ube. formerly purser of the
teamer Atlkahalar I tiJw occupying the
same position mine steamer maul.
The steamer Mauna Loa sailed on her
regular ttlp this morning. She to:k a
very few passengers but a lot of ftelRlit.
The W. G. Irwin h.is been delayed In
sailing on account of the lack of a crew.
The Union Is furnishing the captuln with
the requisite men.
I he steamer llanalel Is to bring from
San Francisco all tin- things necessary to
be carried by the Inter-Wand steamers to
th: United States regulations.
The steamer Mlkahala was hauled up
on the marine railway this morning. She
will be thoroughly Inspected by the
board of Inspectors now here.
When the Walaleale left Kauai the fol
lowing sugar was ready for shlpmefit:
McBtyde 2000, Mak. 0600, K. P. 1 1000. H.
M. 7680, L. P. 3700, M. 5. Co. 4720, K. S.
M. 2000, O. K. Coo bags.
Wns Probably Ping 8uey.
If the signal letters of ihe British steam
er which pissed here on Sunday were read
coirectlv she was the Ping Suey of Lon
don, bound from Vladlvostock for Seattle
to loid for China. 'I he steamer. If It was
the Ping Suey, was far out of her course
and what brought her so far South, Is a
RAIN DELAYS WORK
With over Ave thousand tons ot
freight for this port, the big steamer
American at the rallrpad wharf Is hav
ing a hard time to get rid of her car
go on account of tho rain. Work to
day was greatly delayed by the rain as
tho stevedores have .got to the portion
of the American's cargo which Is com
posed of some G.OOO barrels of lime.
As is well known It Is dangerous to
work this In the wet. It Is thought
that, with tho present weather, It will
be about three weeks beforo tho steam
er Is ready to 'take freight.
8lhted Lnntl Week Ago.
Captain Underwood of tho Robert
Lowers which arrived this morning,
stated that he sighted land a whole
week ago but that on account of the
weather he could not get close enough
to make himself known. He being
around outside for all that time and
was only able to make port today.
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen muscles? If ao.
procure at once a bottle of PAIN
KILLER and follow the printed direc
tions. Tho relief Is Instantaneous as
well ns lasting. No necessity to suffer
when n remedy such ns; Paln-Klller U
to be had. Sixty yenis of sucess speaks
for Itself. Avoid substitutes, there is
btu ono Paln-Klller, Perry DnvhV.
Price 25c. and 50c.
WANTEO An tr-tliniiJ Jty jooJj iilrimtn.
Pacific Import Co. t)t-)l
MANTED-A toil trW buzzy tir, lilini
v trel hnrw rrtttnti. Apply to Dr. Sloeectt,
Prngrm Block; tjoi-tw
WANTED A oung American to drlte tikrrv
a gon. New EnglanJ Pakfrv. tTt-ll
WANTED Two room, tor light houe-kefp!ng.
AJitm "Wleliman" Bulletin Office trtftt
OY WANTED to learn tht (elrv butlnMi. M
w. r ne r. noiei 31. itociw
WANTED-REUAIllE MAN TO REPRESFNT
an (itatllihel houie on talary. GooJ poiltlnn
to rleht rartv. AiJrflt P. O. Box i8f. Portland.
Oregon. 17C -cjt
'ANTED Two cooi" tempnltori at on. Apply
m mn piriff . iqmi
17ANTtD Vnjnjr man In a wholesale house,
v nativa p'efmeJ Adirest "A" Ihl office iiw
ANTED Your plumNnjr to do, by a radical
piumrr. ah wnrx guaranteea. j. n. anarer
tn Quen St near AlakM
ANTED-r.nJ.hinJ Wl thire or MeNeal &
Urban sa f e, JJreMt. O Hon ii6. , iw
bnokt to keen een!ne. AJircti "tlook-kefrer"
WANTED A competent salmman wlthknowleJce
v ol Jrv Bonis. GoJ talarv to rleM party.
AiJrett. stating references, "A B.C." this office.
ANTED-WATCHES to repair ty Jeweler oflj
yean experience. t. ijicii, atf nuuanu M
OUNO MAN, jtenoeractier anJ tererlter, at
once. Al treai " N " ft'illetln Office.
TMfc OWL LUNCH AND OYSTEk KOOM
1 Oyitert lervei n the ihelt only. Try hit
famous U.m an! Egg SanJwtchea an4 Coffee Cor
Numnu and Hlte" l-reeta. WM. I UCAS. Proprietor.
ID PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
tnn lags Arppiv at HulUtln Ofpce uM-ii
COR RENT-rurnUhe4 room wlfi n i blocks nf clt
centre In rrUate family. AiJrcis "O.K." Itul
MlnOffce, 176. -if
ICRNIHED front room $ o.oo month. No other
roomers siVlneyarJSr resf Nuua u miqmw
FOR RFNT One tare room, pleasantly lorateJ,
also housKeplne rooms. AJJress 'C this
TO LET Furnlshel room. 8s BentanU St., op
(olte Central L'n on church. it -iw
FOR RENT Fi.rnlsheJ room. 14S1 Nuuanu street
above VlneyarJ. iy$ymw
TO LET Cottape on Klnau St. between Pllkol anJ
Keaumoku, ? ro ms, Includlnc kitchen and bath
room, formerly occupied bv A. T. Brock. Rent $n
Rrr month. Apply to C. R. Collins, King street, rcsr
)ARTOPOcFICE FOR RENT. FURNISHED
uminesi centra aimmjw, maooon Bin,
nOk RtNT Furnished room with or without board
' In yrlvate family Apply S Heytanla St. t.i-tf
FOR RENT A cottaee t8xA, rorner Kawalahao
nni Con streets. Apply Ho Fon, Ulshop Bank.
DKOPERTY AT WAlALUA TOR LCASE-Fou.
' lots at Wn lalua, Just opposltt VV ala.ua Hotel, oo
xaot. are offend fur Icise 'n(tlv or as a h-le. For
particulars apply to Mrs. t, Kekaanlau Pratt, it!i
I'unthbo! St. iTisMrn
FOR RENT 1 rooms for light h(iusekplne, Si
pel month. At Irsane Asylum Road. F. S'rauch
PR R ENTSeveral re 6 rom cottages at Insane
Asylu-n rjid lift per mon.li. FannStrauch
IT 4 iw
TO LET Seflon House, well furnished rooms with
biarJ Young St . near Pllkol. iTV-imo
TO RGNT FurnlsheJ room. Oirdenne. Enquire
of .Mrs McConncI, off Union street, No. 9 Garden
PR SLF Fatrlly hvtand suirev, Horse iutd
and site Surrey In hrtt-Jass condli en. A4
JrssG.K Bulletin Otflcc. it6otl
COR S.UE-Bidroom Set and Kl chtn Tab'e, al-
most ne-y, $ t. Apply this nlt.ee, ' S li " n-tf
pESmtMX PROIMIKTV FOR S iUl
V t ttcatioit the test. In Nuuat u vatlev, corner of
Judd and Lllllia streets, 1 bv E Suhr premises, con
slstlnt; of about four acres of land covered with beau
tiful lan, trees ana flints A so a spltnjld residence.
two Cot aits. comt lete barn and servants quarters,
all la first class condition For ftirttwr nanlcuUrs
-rrivtM HAWAIIAN TRUST & INVEST
MENT CO., bit). Telephone, 184. .vol,.-
IJOUSe St LOT. right In town, only $140, P. Hi
1 Burnett, n King St.
HOUSE & LOT, Wilcox tract, new houv, lot Cox
ifo, only Jj.ooo, terms eas, P. H, lrrnctt, &
pOR SALK OR LEASE-A dwelling house, cnt
1 tage and lot, centrally located, within fi blocks
of tlit post office t lot 7'xijj, hUitabU ftr Doctors or
Dentists office and dwelling, or for a business loca
ted. Rrnt $100 per month Apply to GEAR, LAN
biNGft CO. mi-if
FOR SALE Choice Fruit Trees from Floilda, con
sisting of Peaches, Pears. Plums. Apricots
Apples, Japanese Persimmons. Mulberries, ttc.. of
kinds grown bv Florida enwers and most likely to
fruit In this climate Address Byron O. Clark, man
ager Clark Farm, Wablawa CiAho. ,
COR SALE-Florlda Peach Trees and Coco Wrl
r dellana. Apply S. V. JORDAN.
i-tf if Fort St.
Ofi YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only Jio a
fa montti. P H Burnette, jg King St.
OUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
.,a-rw. r.ii muiiithc, )y ivniK Jl.
FOR SALE-Ont earh sW4 and 6 horst power
MICTZ & UC1SS KEROSENE OIL ENGINES, (nt)
Inquire of J. Ewwehjth. m King St. rriitf
COR SALF A few Imported milch cows. Apply to
I J. M. VIVAS. n8t
THE bit cent cigar In town Is th "COLONEL"
- to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Stort next to Or
rheum. All kinds of Manila cigars a specially.
OR SALE $oo. Furniture of ; roomed cottagt
oear towj, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
ttt Merchant St.
PR SALE fiooo. Leasehold on Queen street,
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
toft Merchant strett
STILL STORM ON KAUAI
The steamer Walaleale arrived from
Kllauea this morning with 2T9S bags
of sugar which goes Into tho schooner
Helene nt railroad whaif.
When tho Walaleale left Kauai yes
terday, the W. O. Hall had been weath
erbound oft N'awlllwlll for two clays and
had not been able to discharge freight.
The Nllhau was at Anahola discharg
ing and was to leave for Honolulu to
morrow with H. SI. sugar.
At Kllauea, while loading, ono of tho
Walaleale"s boats was swamped, thirty
one bags ot sugar being lost and nine
Tho Kauai was weatherbound at Ha
nnmaulit but had discharged part of her
Walmea cargo. The Noeau was weath
erbound at Hanamaulit nnd had dis
charged none of her freight.
On the not thenst coast of Knual there
wns good weather but on the south
west side, tho weather was vety lough.
Tlio Evening Bulletin, 76 cent per
E. O.-jlkLL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTlOr EKR AND
BROKER' nJ j ;
11 ;05 Queen trtt
Boots and Shoes
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.
At my alesroom. 6j Queen St., ! will
sell at Public Auction a very large assort
Boots, Shoes, Rubber Shoes,
Hats, Calicoes, Denims. Cot
tonades, Dress Goods, and
sundry other dry goods, etc.
This is an opportunity for families to
buy new goods at reasonable prices.
J as. F. Morgan,
Monday, Feb. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auctln-i.fi' account of whom
it ma o. .ern the
Captain C. Cetithen, Master,
175 tons register as she now lies
at anchor in Honolulu Harbor,
together witli nil her sails, gear,
boats and furniture.
The vessel has lately been
supplied with a new suit of
sails, running gear and pumps.
TERMS OF SALE Cash in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Jas. F. Morgan,
" Nome jn Every Piece,"
' FOR SALE BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! '240! '40!
JftkJ 'jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV sffsssssV.
sw aSaSLWssi" J
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats tf
the Coast. Nothlnc better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgec n
Sole, Smelt. Shid. Cim. Rock Cod, St a
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRV AND GAME Turkeys.Oeeje,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Ham', Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every dav. TonRues, Uipi ed
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread,. Brali s,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet at d
BUTTER, Eegs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples, Pears Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTEUS-Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Nain 219.
While putting n6v fixtufes in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
I aiirafc J& Cnnlm
lVTGia U VUUIYG,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
Sir. C. II. Paine Is not authorized to
collect any bills whatsoever In behalf
ot the Evening Dullctln or the Uulletln
Publishing Co. from this date.
BULLETIN PUIILISHINO CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 30th 1901.
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