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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, FED. 13, 1901.
IN LAROli VARIETY.
Black and galvanlied, In any ength;
X Inch tc i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand,
Files ' , 4
Palms and Oils
Manila and Sisal (ram ,i Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Sprecktls Bank.
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits nf the sea
Bon by every cold storage steamer. l(c
always lias on hand ai stock of ffeah
apples, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Singly or En Suite, at
n n s si n w .is w is t, ;. w r.t w as s: s ?,t w t ,v. r, s .. si w w w w ;.
7OiYOI 17, 1', JAX. 2, 1001
"A BT),A EMfrv California Feed Co., Lid.
AHnMK Agent,. ARABIC
p -" REFRIGERATING PAINT
IS UNEQUALLED aEXTLE3IEXi
00 i i ,,,. t " tale ijrcnt uleutire in (!
tUdegLOlVERTEMPERATUSE . m , ;,; a
or w tcifi your "AHA IllC" licftlj-!'.
erntiny I'aint is jtriji the rery lent ix
of aatitfactimi ; tee nrc sure it reilue
ed the tciicrtturc fully lii tlojrcf. ;
He eoniidcr if a tiood article for .'.
eoolimj iron roufs. lot cim m.r !S
rtiij tiff! of this you like, mul are tit h
2crfccl I bcrty la refer unyhndy to xm !,i
1'otir very truly, jj
HVSTACE A CO., LTD.
Zu7 un coated roofs
, TMIle !;
II'. if. 1WOGS, Mannyer.
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Wo can suit you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPEINIINa BOOKS
"Wall, Nioliols Oo., Ltd.
L C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
ISSUE BONDS TO GUAItANTHU
the faithful discharge of the duties of
.Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Salesmen,
Agent, Office-men, Ottuers of Soci
eties and Lodges, bmployets of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms anJ Internal Revenue and Post
of UelKery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, ContrjUurs, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Exporter-,
Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all persons
holding positions of trust.
The PollclcHof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the In
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
JUDD BUILDING, FORT ST.
Hmy May & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
Just In per
S. S. "Zealandla"
Fresh Eastern & Coctail Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Bloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Finen Haddies, "
Grenhagens Chocolate Creams,
and o lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention.
COME AND SbE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waiklki
and Palama, and the best of atten
R. W. ATKINSON
piiriilhlied op Unfurnished.
ROOM ii, MAGOON HLD.,
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mone) to loan. Apply Q. II. Ilerrey
Draughtsman want1d. Sco Want
Hot baked W'ans at noon every day al
There vIU' be no muting of tho
Hoard of Heftjth this afternoon.
Camarn & Co. can now he found on
Alakea street between Klne and Mer
chant. l'urnlshed jtboms. single or en suite,
very roasonnfjb' terms. Orphcum hotel; I
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular House, JB4 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.'
The Walker Cyclery has the cheap
est bicycle store In Honolulu. Take n
look nt their stock.
When crossing the line, tho Warl
moo spoko tho whaler Morgan of Now
Bedford, bound for Honolulu .
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Union Feed Company will be held on
Friday, the IBth, at 10 o'clock, n. m.
Walalua sold for $123 n, share ou
'change this morning while Olua (d)
went for '$13's. Klhel assessable
ll ought tl.l.SO.
President James V. Morgan of tho
Honolulu Slock and Bond Exchange
cntled tho list at the morning session
of tho loan I today.
Thero will be n meeting of Mystic
Lodge. No. !, K. of P. In Castle hall,
this evening. Work In the second rank.
All x listing brothers Invited.
Revenue Collector U. It. Chamberlain
and family liaic secured rooms nt the
Melrose on Herctnnla street which will
be their home for the time being.
S. 12. Kulue, Independent senator
from M.uil, iirrhed from Maul In the
Cluudlno today to attend the caucus of
his party, now In session In the city.
A big four horse drny got stuck In
the mud In Knualahno hinc yesterday.
This thoroughfare Is but four or lire
blocks from the very heart of the city,.
A Jeweler wanted, sti-ndy work and
good wages to the right man. (!eo.
HatTner, manufacturing jeweler. Hotel
street, opposite Ullte lee Cream Par
lors. Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. carries a stock of photograph al
bums larger than all other stocks Ir
Honolulu combined and they do not
give them away.
Consul General Wlldman, the repre
sentative of the United Slates nt Hong
kong, and Mrs. Wlldnmn, aro through
passengers In tho Klo dc Janeiro on
their way to Washington. Mr. Wild
man goes to report to the home gov
ernment. With a fully-cqulppcd bindery, re
cently acquired from T. G. Thrum, a
largely Improved and extended me
chanical equipment Installed 'in com
modious quarters, the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company Is prepared to handle
ulth dispatch anything In the line of
printing, ruling or binding.
HONOLULU STOCK ' liXCIIANGfi
Honolulu, February I), loci.
NAMT or STOCK SlK'I S-f
Brfff &Cnmrny toooux loo
WE WILL HAVE m-fiN
TO-MORtfOW, a complc e new line of Lticli-s'
Dancing Slipper., ca cn, snapp stle .
The 'MJE.Vt" a ualnt kdslipier, with VEI VET
trimnnnfis. omething distinctly new.
The 'MADONIS,, a .eamlsss sin al, a new
novelty, a purely French it le.
An endless ariety of one, t o and three strap slipper.
T Piin'Ation Co
Hawaiian Apt lcuijf. Co1
IUHn..o n &Su Ci
Hawaiian Sjar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Hnnnkaa Sugar Co
Hi'ku Sunr O.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kanaln Sue - LU i
l Kamaln Sue Co. fJup
i Klhel Plant Co .LtJ.a
Koioa 5ut!r Cn . .
Kcna Sucar Co ts I
I Maunalel Suirar Cn.ai I
Maunatfl Su Co rJ tin i
" " r-up)
Oatiu Sutfar Co
Onomea Supar Co
Otkali Suar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co LlW, at I
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Supar Mm '
Pal Plantation Co
PIVm Suar Co
Walalua Ac? Co a ,
Watiuku Sujrar Co .
Walmansio S tsar Co
Walmta Mm Co
WllJcr Sftamh(p Co
Inttr-Ulari Srram N Co
Hawaiian I Irrtrlc Co. j
Hoi (VaplJ r RtLanJCo
Pot Stpam LaimJry
Mutual Telephone Co
MakanaCcflCn LJ pi
People' f & U I g Co
a Great Shirt Sale
You're a ell-dreed m.n 3 All right. You take pleasure
In sivlng money whenexer jou can, though, jut the Mine,
don't you ? Well, we are golnj: to Rive you the opportunity
'his week to 5.ive many doll ir on vnur shlrt-w.ir for a vear
. t3 come
We ha e placed on our counters and In our makal vv Indow,
our entli shirt sto k, an 1 thev are pilng
Every Shirt at 75c.
Hi wt(iout reserxe or hold hack.
Now thee shirts are rnt o d plugs or relic s of the vintage ol
'05. They are up-t-da'e shirts just such shirts as v u v ii'd
pay the -egular furnisher 51.50 or Ji 00 for. We are content
with smaller profits If we m ike o,uLk sales; that Is th dif
ference between him and us.
STOUT GUNTI.EMliN, rs'fi ally, who ordinarily lind It
hard to get suited, will fi id am ng thrse shirts miny desir
able patterns In large sizes. It will co-t u n 'thing n come
In and look at them. May be you will sre just what you
wanted. If you em't come In nurcl', let your w Ife come and
pick out a few fur you. Shhts are int like clgirs, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be mlss-d.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
IO-48 FORT ST.
if -i f ..... 1 r . . 1.
me ounn sectional book case
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
The second account of George R. Car
ter, guardian of II. A. P. Caiter and
Gruro II. Carter, minors, was filed to
day. Tho account covers the period ti(
tho ear 1000 nnd shows receipts of
$18,827 10; disbursements of $10,003.12.
The Inventory of cash and securities on
hand shows a total of $7S,CG1.
The case of tho Territory of Ha
waii vs. Yamamoto and Ogata, on tho
change of mnllclofts-Injury, w'ns nolle
prosscd this morning, (
.Knwlka pleaded guilty to tbof chargo 1
o' larceny In the second degree.
John Panakalant (lied a receipt yes
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. 110X621. PROGRESS BLOCK. IMIONL. 071
Rcceud Per BUtlle. ' W RBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CEl hbRA'lHD
terZ'ln c3 Conn foTo' from - manufactured by the FRhD MAC1 V DhSK CO., C rami Rapids.
...(V...U.., VU....I.. ...
F. J. Testa, appointed by tho court to
act as trustee; In place of Jos. Helo
P. II. Kellett was appointed guar
dian yostcrday for Carl Lundahl, a
young Dane, who Is Incarcerated In the
Insane asylum. The guardian's bond
OFFICE DBSKS , hoM
Chaire. Sectlonul RookciiM i, Cnblncte, Etc.
Is fixed at $2000. The petition for For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
guardian alleges that Lundahl has , -nci rv V f C a. -i
II 11AVn.rUL.U OT Wy LilU.
UxcIuhIvc DciiIcph, llnwtilliin Territory
property In Honolulu to tho value of
$1200 or $1500.
Hmrna Smith was granted a divorce
yesterday from William Smith on the
ground of desertion.
Consult WANTS in
tt 1,000 icw
t QCO,(M) too j
ti 150 too1
7 OCO.OOO lOOi
1 000,000 f
vn 000 t(v
Joe, coo loo
40) ono loo
1 650 000 to,
I 0,OOf to.
JO" OOO tO
E63 cm to1
J'W owo loo
750 an) loo1
4 5cn,orjo I CO
too HOC too
tt 3,000 loo
OP. tax too'
t JO too too
tj 000 loo
I )9,nuo 10
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hi C. l''HlSiv41irr
Hilo H M Co 6 per cent
H n oaptl ri-nlt
Iwa Plana) n ( per ceni
K'ahuku Plant r per cent
f)ihu U ft laniCo pri
Oattu Plan ation ope
Otaa Plantation ( v.
SAI F.S- ioOla.1 I'd. Jn.7?: e Pioneer.
5117.50 ; 2? Olai Pd. Sii.(2i; 25 Okta
im Mj.ii;',. 25 Klliel A. JIJ.50: 10 Kind
A, fij.wj 15 Klhei A,tj.5o; 10 Walaluj,
WILLAHI) H. BROWN,
Halstead & Co,,'
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Police Court NotcH.
The follow lug rases were disposed of
In the I'olke Court this forenoon; Ait
Po, vagrancy, nolle pros'd; ten cases
of drunkeniHM, usual line; Ah Hoy,
violating canl.ige uguhitlons, repri
manded nnd dlmhniged. Ah Po lb the
man who was believed by tho police
to liavu been Implicated In a recent
chli'ken stealing iplsode but there was
no cWdcnre against the man and so hU.
ease was nolle pins'd.
Hlinohn the Japanese nnested yf4
tcrday on the ch.uge of crurlty to arj
mals, the particulars of wbhh wer.
given In the Ilullitln. did not turn up.
when bis name was called so ball waf
declared foi felted.
Dr. Oguwa Leaving.
A fftio well reception was tendered
Dr. ami Mrs. Oknwa last Monday
evening at the resldeneo of Dr Katsu
numa on Vlnejard street. Thero were
many prominent Japanese present. Ot
those several wcio men Identified wltk.
the securing of legislative action con
nected with tho plaguo fire claims.
Dr. Ogavva will leave shortly for
New York, accompanied by his wife.
He will spend a year In perfecting him
self In tho treatment of certain
branches of diseases peculiar to thisc
Tho nulletln Publishing Company Is
fully equipped to do every variety ot
Job pi luting. Let us figure on jour
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commencing February 11th,
FOR ONE WEEK WE SHALL OFFER
The Evening Bulletin, 71 tnU p
Ladies' Black Hose,
HiiUWSDORF LYs L.ice ankle.
Former price i'S.uo a doen, now i'6.oj
Ladies' Black Hfise,
HGR.WSDORF DYh. Plain.
Former price 25c a pair, now 6 pairs for Si.co
Ladies' Black Hose,
HliRMSDORF DYE. Drop stitch.
Former price 25c a pur, now 6 pairs for tfi 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HEKMSDORF DYE. Plain.
Former price S7.50 a doen, no.v Sa: 00.
Men's i Hose in Black and Colors
At Proportionately Low Price
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.