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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, FED.' 8, 1901.
NEW GOODS -JUST
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black anJ galvanise.!, In any enRth:
U Inch to !i Inch thick.
Dlston's mak;a big supply on hand.
Cartridges . u
Paints and Oils X
Manila and Sisal from ',( Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows,
Port St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
Pantheon Shavlhg PaVlor
st m si k s x jk w .1 st ; si
Than unco a ted roofs
Wo can Mult you In
SIZE., QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPEINlIVa BOOKS
"Wall. IXTioliols Oo., i-td
I88UU BONDS TO GUARANTEE
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, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all peisons
holding positions of trust.
The Policies ot the Company Cover
Plate Glass, including Lettering and
Embossing, and, Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam B Hers, 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
A$6.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Hagner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A cnmpMe pletori
fil ciii)Uupatllu o
booL cuutulm man;
lilthuto unknown or
taming, contrail lu
ftiuliducailu' r unet
to Iiorses, cattle
lure, Irc.uilin,; tbi
1,209 paces, ovei
stwlutely tie Until
tnd most valnablt
ftrneri' book lathi
world. It kIio con
talus it special col
ored jlatci. If yot
desire this boot, tend
us our special oiler
price. 11.90. anil wl
will forward tbe book
to you. If It Is not
aaUifactotr, return It
u or rciuna youi
none?. Bend for our special Illustrated rataloguc,
luotlug tbs lowest prices on books, FEES. Yit
WUMVV JU14 UlUUCjr, AUUfCM All UlUCn IU
' THE WERNER COMPANY,
tbUikm ft-4 Uft-tfactuart. AkrOQi OblO
Tb Wt t-tr Cjmpojf U tiuu(kljr tellable --E4Ht
Singly or En Suite, at
r,t r. w x sx r r. ;. si its w m r.i s si
HONOLULU, JAN. 3, 1001
California Feed Co., Ltd.
U'c tale great pleasure in Mat-
inp that the Iron Roof you painted 5
for us xcith your "ARABIC" Refriy j
trating Paint is giring the very bat r
of satisfaction ; ice are sure it mine
cd the temperature fully IS degrees. &
We consider it a good article for jj
coolno: iron roofs. Yon can make JS
any use of this you lile, and arc at 5
perfect llerly to refer anybody to us
1 'ours very truly, i g
1 IIUSTACE A CO.LTD.
H'. . HOOOS, Manager.
Keep Your -Hands
ordinary Soap. Soap is a
peculi.tr chemical combina
tion. Soap Joeb both harm
and jjood. Harm, when im
pure anil harsh ; good, when
made of pure vegetable oils,
untainted witn impure
is the pin est, sweetest and
most refreshing toilet soap,
containing only properties
that will leave the complex
Ion clean aod heiilthy. It
contains certain medicinal
properfeswhfeb, llay irritn-
' lion and roughne.-s owing to X
Its soothing and healing X
BOX (3 cnl(eH) f0 cents. X
iHOBRON DRUG CO.!
King and Fort. X
f f-f-t-f-f-f'H-f f-f'f-f'f 4-f-f
PACIFIC 0A8RU6E CO.
OF aio. .,...
Coiner Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date llucks und
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON. Manager.
Fine Job Printing t tb DulUtln
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Money to loan. Apply Q. H. Dcrrey.
Hot baked beans at noon cvcryiday al
tho Pantheon. "r i'i
Mrs. 0. Hpth's furnlsliod bouse Is for
rent. Scrfrt'o Let column.
Camarn & Co. can .now bo found on
Alakea street between Klne and Mer
WEHThpTHE PAINTER, 00 King
Btrcet. Prices reasonable, work guar
anteed, "t '
There were sixteen rases of drunken
ness on tho Police Court calendar this
Tho Walker Cyclery has tho cheap
est bicycle storo In Honolulu. Tnko n
look nt their stock. ,
6. E. Williams, undertaker Is In tho
employ of Mrs. Ed. Williams of Hono
lulu Undertaking Co. Phono 179.
Henry H. Williams, tko progressive
undertaker, Is enlarging his undertak
ing parlors and adding largely to his
Thcro will be a meeting ot the char
ter committee of tho Independent
Home Ilulo party at tho usual tlmo this
K. W. Macfarlano who has been In
disposed for a couple nf ilajs, is out
again rind around attending to his busi
Professor Stirling arrived by the Ala
meda from Auckland and Is a guest at
tho Hawaiian hotel. 'Ihe professor Is
on his way to England.
S. W. Wilcox, Miss L E. Wilcox. Mrs.
J. It. Sopcr, J. S. Oandall and Robert
I.cnell were passengers from Kauai In
tho W. O. Hall Saturday.
The danco given by the Youths' Dra
matic Club nt Concordia hall Saturday
evening, was n well attended and very
tnjoyablo affair. .
Mrs. Ilowcrs. wlfo ofCMltaln Howers
of the Merchants' Patrol, haVrecelvcd
the sad news of tho dea'b ofher moth
er at N'uwlllwlll, Kniml, last week,,
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUfePLYJ
CO. carries a BtocTc of photograph hi?
bums largor-than, nil other stocks lr
Honolulu .combined and they do not
glvo them away k '
Profcssor.ltart. who srrheil hern on
tho Bteamcr Alameda from Melbourne,
Is stopping nt the Hawaiian hotel? !!
is hero on a visit to his brother, JlfdgO
Hart, who has resided In Honolulu for
Leo Clui, one of tho Prominent Chi
nese of the city, entertained In honor
of tho New Year, nt his home, corner
of King and Dcrctanla streets, from 12
to 2 today. Many other prominent Chi
nese of tho city are celebrating.
The American ship Charles E. Woodv.H
men arrived satu-jlay, I'ke the schooners
Robert Lewer and Aloha, sighted the Is
land many days before he got In. The
southerly weather blew her way out of
light cf land ard. lad it not been for this,
the Moody wn'nld hive made a smart pas
sage from theScund.
K. Kaufman, traveling reprcsenta
tlo of the Lcmp Ilrcwlng Co., of St.
I.ouls, Is In town. Ho is on his nay
around the world In tho Interests of his
company. Mr. Kaufman is nn old
tlmo friend of Ed. Tow so whom he
known In Cheyenne.
Tho Alnmeda sailed Irom Sjdney at
5 p. m. uu Saturday, teliruary 2, from
Auckl Hid on tho Till at 12:30 n. in.,
and from Pago Pngo on tho 10th at 0.30
p. in. Slio left for Sin rrancls4o''t
ij p. m. jesterday after a stay In port
of about seven hours.
Tho local agents cf tho Oceanic
Steamship Company inform tho Uullo
tlon that while tho Ventura was sche
duled nnd reai)y to leave San Francisco
on tho 13th lust., thcro is a possibility
of delay on account of tho non-arrival
nf the Ilrltish malls In New York)' The
probabilities are that she will not leave
San Kranclsco until about the ICth Inst.
ino (lay nursery wr cmiuren oi ..
which mention was male In tho Hullo -
tin somo days ngb, will open tomorrow
"?;. '' " . u: Z
UUIll IIUI1 )iUDi OIA U .11 UUIIj VVJV
Sunday and at the nominal fee charged
of about ten cents a day should provo a
boon to women working during the
day who may leno their children them
and be assured of every caro and at
tention. Tho nursery it situated In tho
building in rear of tho Castlo Home,
Ladies' Black Hose,
HKRMSDORF DYb. Lice ankle.
Former price C-8.co a doen, now SG oj
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF IJYE. Plain.
Former price 25c a pair, now6 pairs for Si.co
WE WILL HAVE OPBJS
J TO-MORROW,, a complete new line of Ladles
Dapclng Slippers, catchy, snappy styles.
,The ".GEM" a patent kid slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, something distinctly new.
The "MADONNIS" a seamless sandal, a new
novelty, a purely French st le.
An endless variety of one, two and three strap slippers.
News Fop Men
About a Great Shirt Sale
You're a well-dressed man 3 All right. Ymi take.pleasure
In sivlng money whenever you can, though, jilst the sime,
, don't you ? Well, we are going to give you the .opUrtunlty
.his week to save many dollars on your ihlrl-welrjtjor a year
We have placed 'on our counters and In ourmaknl window,
ur entire slllrl 5(o.k, and tney
Everyv Shirt at 75c.
'a . 1 without resefve or hold tack.
Now ijlese'-sWrts are not o'd JlkiR or relics) t vintage of
'95. "7ley"n: up-to-date shlrt-'ust such shifts as you would
fjay the r&ujafjurnlsher J1.50 or S2.oo for,,' ,,We are content
Hiljh.sjnauJf profits If wejmake quick, sales'; that Is th; dif
ference between him and us. ,, ,,
syoy.l'.OJJNTLnMEN, especially, who ordinarily find It
hard to get suited, will find among these shirts many desir
able patterns In large sizes. It will cost you nothing to come
In and Jopk at them.tr May be you will see just what you
wanted. If you can't come In yourself, let your wife come and
pick Ait a few for you. Shirts are not like cigars, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be missed.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
IO-4B PORT ST.
8 . .. .
Tile Gunn Sectional Book case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
I'. O. BOX 021. PROGHESS BLOCK. I'llONL'. 971
Received Per Bktne. "WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACbY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
' ROLL TOP,
Chain, Sectional Bookcaste, Cablnete, Btc.
For Sale at SAN rRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
,, IIxcIuhIvc UcnlcrH, llnwnllun Territory
Fifth? Annual1 Clearance Sale
Commencing February Hth,
FOR ONE WEEK WE SHALL OFFER
Men's 4 Hose in Black and Colors
At proportionately Low Price
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
in To-dav'r, BulimmS-
Ladies' Black Hose,
" -i HURWSDORF DYE. Drop stitch.
Furmer'prico 25c a piir, now 6 pairs for jf 1 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERWSDORF DYE. Pliin.
Former price S7.50 a doen, now S4: 00.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE'
Honolulu, February 18, tgoi."' ,;,,3
NAME OF STOCK
C, Brewer &Compny
Himo- lMiritilonCo .
Hawaliin Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Hon ok j a Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sugar Co ,
ivanuKu I'tantaiion v-o
Kamalosug Co LtJ a
Kamalo Sugj Co, r4up
Klhel I'.Co.LtJ rJup
Klihulu Sugar Co ...
Kotoa Sugar Co ...
Kona Sugar Co as
Maunatel Star Co. a
Maunalel Su Co pJ up
' rJ up
Nitilku Sug Co. LtJ 41
" " ri un
wnu ougar o,
Onomea Sugar Co ...
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
OUaSu, Co.LU , a)
Otowalu Company . .
t Joo On
faaunau za nan. uo
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Ptptekco Sugar Co ..
1'ionecr miii uo
a 1 50.000
tir.. .. 9 .-- "
waimanaio sugar l-o
Walmea Mill Co
a j f, 000 1
WlIJf Slrn.Mn Tft
IMerltlani Steam N Co
riawaiian tlfctrlc Co
Hon. Rapid T.Ac Lan4 Co
Hon Mam LaunJry..,,
MakahaConCo Lj nJ
Oahu RvALanJCo .
pcopit s ct & K I g Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, 5 per cnl
Haw ; post SavatMperc
H1I0 R It, Co 6 percent
nun fipii iriniit
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 etr cent
Oahu R & tani Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6p c
Olaa Plantat n 6 p 0
SALES 80 Wainlua. I2: la V.il.ilm.
ui; 1 o Ewa, S27.75 : 50 Wal.ilua, fi2);
50 .iiuiun iricpnpnc. io; louoKila, JI8:
10 Onkala. $18 : n Ewa. Sit.7 i 10 Klht
A. i j ; 10 Kihfl A, 5l I ; 10 Klhd A, 5t j;
25 Ewa, JJ7.75 ; 10 Ewa, 5j;.75 ! 20 Olaa
WILLARD n. IWOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
There aa n business meeting of the
Intending charter members of n LoiIro
of Klka In Watcrlcy Hnll Saturilay
eenlng. Tho meeting was called for
the purpose of perfecting arrangements
for the Insinuation of the lodge on
March, during tho visit hero of tho
(Irainl Hxalted Ituler.
A rommltleo of nine was appointed
to formulato n plan.
After the meeting, there as nn rn
tcrtnlnment which consisted of n mu
sical and literary program. This was
ory much enjoyed by those present.
Union Feed Co. Mcetn.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
tho Union Feed Co , Ltd., took place
this morning at tho offices of the com
pany In tho Judd building.
Tho treasurer's report for tho Quar
ter ending January 31rt, as likewise,
tho report of tho San Francisco branch
for tho six months ending February 1,
were received and ndopted.
Tho meeting of tho directors was
confined to matters of a private na
ture. y Wcnk Men
Dr. Pierce's Elec
tric Hotly Hntti-ry
Away with Pructt Invri
lic.tr. S.nJ tor "Hnnl..
lit No ," A4Jrrt
PI KM CI! LI!CTKIC CO.,
620 M"ktt 51.. S P.
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