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nVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II.. T., SArUKDAY, FED. 1C, 1901.
IN URGE VARIETY
Black anj galvanhed, In any ength;
X Inch to H Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Cartridges f 3 i
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from 'J Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
h mun linn m
Fort St., opposite S preckels Uink.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite, at
At 1 SI JW SI ?.t St St St Si R St St St St St St Si S St Si Si Si Si St Si St Si St St Si Si Si Si
Than uncostcd roofs
HONOLULU, JAN. 2, WO I
California Feed Co., Ltd.
H'c fide great pleasure in tint-
iny that the Iron Hoof you minted
for us with your "AHA MO" llcfrig- j
crating I'aint is yiriny the very best jit
of satisfaction ; tee are sure it reduc J
eil the temperature fully Jo degrees, k
W'c consider it a good article for j
eooliny iron roofs. Von ran make 11
any use of this you Hie, and are at i?
perfect I hcrty to refer anybody to us !S
Yours eery truly,
HUSTACE A CO., LTD. j
H'. H. JIOOOS, Manager.
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Wo can Mult you In
SIZE, QUALITY unci PRICI3.
FLAT OPBNINC1 BOOKS
"VKTa,!!, HXTicliols Oo., Ltd
L C. Abies
IF YOU HAVE
REAL ESTATE '
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
! Keep Your
I88UE BONDS TO GUAIiANTBB
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-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,
Shipping Clerks, Traveling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters la the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters Railroad and Street Hallway
Employees, Administrators, b".ecutors,
Assignees, Receivers, and all peisons
holding positions of trust.
The I'ollc tea of 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.
ordinary Soap. Soap is a
peculiar chemical combina
tion. Soap does both harm
and good. Harm, when im
pure and harsh ; good, when
made of pure vegetable oils,
untainted witn impure
Money to loan, Apply Q, II. Derrcy.
IJx-Scnator Wolcott'fi" wlfo Is dead.
I'leninqt' rooms for rent. Hco Tor
Itpnt f nlmnti.
lint baked beans at noon every day al
(New ilx-rooni cottage for rent. See
The Pound plaster's Notice appears
under New To'5ay.
Stanford won the Carnot debate, Wil
liam A. Morris taking the medal.
Itobert S. MCormlck of Chicago Is
to bo appointed Minister to Austria.
Gen. Nelson A. Miles has been ap
pointed Lieutenant General under the
Tho Duko of Cornwall Intends to
nttend tho International yacht race at
Queen Sophia of Sweden is very 111.
Congressman Uoutclto of Maine liiis
resigned his seat.
Tho Walker Cyclery has the cheap
est hlcyclo stlfro In Honolulu. Tako n
look at their slock.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Dullctln gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
There will bo a reception nt the Chl
neso club houso on King street, Mon
day, Feb. 18, from 11 to 1 o'clock.
C. E. Williams, undertaker Is In tho
employ of Mrs. Ed. Williams of Hono
lulu Undertaking Co. I'hone 179.
Dullctln readers will wntih for tho
new nd which' will appear next .Monday
for Mr. Henry II. Williams, undertaker.
Henry II. Williams, tho progressive
undertaker. Is enlarging his undertak
ing parlors and adding largely to his
Tenders for furnishing hard pol for
the foncr settlement are wanted by tho
Hoard of Health. See By 'Authority I
''uiuinn on jingo o. K , T'
Tho Orpheum Co.. Ltd., has leased
the Orpheum Cafe on Fort street for
threo years fronY-Tob, 1, nt"$tG0 per
month, to Ah Lee.-"
Dr. E. S. -Ghalmwu will deliver on
address at Central Union church Sun
day evening on the subject: "Iluslnesa
Men's Itroad Ulunder." "
Tho ndjourned quarterly meeting of
the Honolulu Tobacco Co. was held this
forenoon. Only matters of Interest to
tho company wcro discussed.
Tho reglmcntnl staff of tho N. fi. II.
wilt attend tho funeral of tho late O.
Ilcrgstrom In a body. The funeral will
take plnco Sunday afternoon.
A Jeweler wanted, steady work and
good wages to tho right man. Oeo.
Hnlfner, manufacturing Jeweler, Hotel
street, opposlto Ellto Ico Cream Par
Mrs. E. It. Pratt has some lots for
lease nt Walalua Just opposite tho ho
tel. These lots would be n fine loca
tion for u suburban residence. Seo ad
In To Let column.
The Associated Press learns that
Great Ilrltnln will reply to tho Scnntoi
revision of the Cnnnl treaty with a
counter proposition. It will neither nc
ccpt nor refuse the treaty.
Some of the Chlncso of tho city h.io
now becomo expert brlcklnyeis. An In-
stance of this may bo seen on Nutuiuu
street, near Pnunhl, whero n gang of :
Chlneso nro at work putting up a brick
Miss Qrlswnld. .havlnc"hafl several '
Inquiries, as to whether shu gives les
sons or not. announces that she has a
homo studio, at 1GS0 King street, whero
she will test voices frco of nny charge
beforo 3 o'clock nny week day.
If you want to buy n first cIobs, guai-
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would hnvo toi pny for tho same,
artlclo In Now York" city, drop In to
tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
hnd nsk to sco their reduced stock. -
Tomorrow morning Hev. A. E. Cory
of tho Christian church will preach on
"Soul Winning and Soul Winners."
Thero will bo no services In tho Chris
tian church In the evening on account
of tho union meeting.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGU
Honolulu, February ifi, tool.
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a complc'e new line of Ladies
Dancing Slippers cafchy, snappv stIe.
The "GEM" a patent krd slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, something distinctly new.
The MMADONNIS" a .seamless sandal, a new
novelty, a purely French st le.
An endless variety of on tfo and three strap slippers.
New& Fop Men
About a Great Shirt Sale.
You're a well-dressed nun 3 All right. You take pleasure
In saving money whenever you ...in, though, just the same,
vi don't you ? Well, we are going to ghe you the opportunity .
i this eek to save many dollars on your hlrt-wear for a year
r tj-come. p
. We have placed on our counters and In our makal window,
our entire shirt sto.k, and they are going
Every Shirt at 75c
- . without reserve or hold back.
Now these shirrs are not q'd plugs or relic s of the vintage of
'95. They aw up-to-d.ite shlrts-just such shirts as you would
pay the. tegular furnisher J1.50 or ii.aa for. We are content
with smaller profits If we make quUl; siles i that js the dif
ference between him and us.. '
STOUT GHNTLliMUN, especially, who ordinarily find It
hard to get suited, will find ameng these shirts many desir
able patterns In large sires. It will cost you nothing to come
In'and look at them. May be you will see just what you
wanted. If you can't come In yourself, let your wife come and
pick out a few for you. Shltts are not like cigars, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be missed.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
ICM8 PORT ST.
The Gunn Sectional Book case
. and the Famous Gunn Desks
is the pin est, sweetest and
most refreshing toilet so.ip,
containing only properties
that will leave the complex
ion clean and henlthy. it
- contains certain medicinal
propert es which allay irrita-
'tion and roughne-s owing to
Its soothing and healing X.
BOX (3 cakes) SO cents, t
HOBRON DRUG CO.!
King and Fort.
f-f-f-ff-H-f-f - "?
PACIFIC CAURI46E CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOUSON. Manager.
Book Cases Hi
The Coyne Furniture Co., Lt.
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. I'HONF. 07t
Received Per BUne. "WRESTLER"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACbYDUSK CO., O rand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP, V
Chairs, Sectional Bonkcasee, Cabinets, Etc.
Pnr Clin fit CAM HUi Vr-ICr- lOir-L'C h,F
Hliif llprcHlrnm. whn illpil nn Tlmrs- " '
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day hiBt wns nt 0110 time, one of tho 1
Clow of tho Vandnlla. In 1883 or 1884
he wns In tho boat crow of that mnn-of-
war thut bent King Knlnkuua's crack " ,rri. t 1 n 1
crow. Ho wan counted tho very beat I) (,OnSUlt "AN lb 111 lO-OaVS DUllLlinS
put up man of tho wholo Int. '
, NAME OF STOCK
C, tiftwer JtCorrpiny
Mamo I'hntittoriCo , m.ouo1
HaailinAftrlciilturi!Co t.oooxw1 ioo
HawaiiinLom & Su Co t,)tt,to oo
Nh1ku Sue Co. I
IOO,OnoJ lOO 1
Hawaiian Sjcar Co
Monotnu sugar uo
MonokaSiie'r Co ..
Ha'ku bujar Co
KahukJ Plantation Co
KamaloSug Co LtJ a
Kamalo Sue Co, pJup
Kfithufu Sujtar Co iti
Koloa Sujir Co .....
Kon Sugar Co.. at ,
Miunall Sugar Co, at
Maunalel Su Co rJ up
1 rJ tin I
wnu -Tuar uoy
Onomea Sugar Co ....
Ookal a Sugar Plan Co.
Olai Su.Co.. UJ ,a)
Olowalu Cotrpany . ,
riiuniu "mj 1'ian. t.n
Pacific Sugar Mill 300000
t'au iiantAtion Co ... 730,000 too
Ptprekeo Sugar Co ..I 730,000' loo1
Pioneer Mill Co . . ,. a.tio.oo" too'
Walalua Agr. Co, ai 1 4,300,000' too i)5
WallukuSugar Co.. ..I
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Mill Co
WltJff Stamhip Co '
Intfr-UlanJ Stram N Coi
Hawaiian I Irctrk Co
Hon Stvam LaunJry.. .1
Mutual Trtrrhnn Cn
anu y Lanj uo
I 1 50,000 too
If 5,000. loo
People' ct At K I g do
Hawaiian Gov fiptrrtnt
Hawaiian (iov. 3 per cent
riuo k k,u errrnni
Mm hBfll rnslt
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
Kantiku Plait 4rrrnt
Oahu U tk LanJ Cu.pr ci ...
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Oiaa t !anut on 6 p c
t33 000 loo
t Jft.nwj to.
SALES 10 Ewa. 28oo: t W.iI.iIul
5I2J.CO; 5 Walalua, t t2j.oo.
WILLARi) li. IWOWX,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar, Securities.
407 Fort' Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
HxcIuhIvc DcnlcrH, lluwnllnn Territory
GAMBLERS GO PRBU.
Tho thirty-six Chinamen chars"!
vlth Kamlillni; nuule their niiinaranro
(11 the Police Court this forenoon. They
all pleaded not guilty to the charge unci
were reeprcaented by attorney A. O. Jt.
Itnliertwin. Deputy .Sheriff ChllllnK-
worlh nolle prosbed the raw of two
Chinamen unit then piocceded to lire
them as wltneKRCK, they having told
him outside of the court a story which
would hnc convicted nil the gam
blers. Iluuccr the Chinamen told an
iilliiRcther ilifferi'iiti story, B.iylnc that
tin j had not been piescnt nt n game.
Tiny wrnt In the den with the inten
tion of gambling, but up to the time
of thf nrilvnl of tho police, the bankers
hail not put In an nppenrancu.
All the clieumstnnces taken Into ron-
sldeiatlon. neputy Slierlff Clillllng
worth was foited to enter a nolle prosequi.
Fine Job PrintloK at
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOM
LOSS OF COLOUR.
n?u' l,oa t, hwit
by the L,i1tn Phri
II tt WIA.r r.li. u, SmaA
Omi mot Ce.itt&i.
Don xx UUtkn tU TmA
Sooo brim lack
i miH coMPiiimii
3JIl1tlte!.Sa"L."'l"' ' "" mil.ito., W
Wholllli no. Ko. Ur..rn. P.,,V
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commencing February 11th,
FOR ONE-WEEK WB SHALL OFFER
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDOKF DYE, Utcc ankle.
Former price sJS.co a dozen , now S6.oj "
Ladies' Black Hose, "
Former price 25c a pair, nov6 pairs for Si.co
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERWSDORF'DYE. Drop stitch.
Former price 25c a pair, now 0 pairs for f 1 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERNSDORF DYE. PI tin.
Former price S7.50 a do-ten, now S4". 00.
s i Hose in Black and Colors
At Proportionately Low Price
Fine Job Printing at
the . Bulletin
E. W, JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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