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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, FED.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black anj galvanised, In any ength;
X Inch to !i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand,
Pa In is and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Tli! Hawaiian Hardware
Port St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite, at
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HOXOL UL U, J A Ar. 5, 7f07
California Feed Co., Ltd. g
Ofl 1 i,,T... ",; '" a'-''"' pleasure 111 lnl-
fiUdeg LOWERTEMPEIWTURE that the iron , yo pahuA
Tlun uncodted roofs
Ai ,ia ..... .ill ".I .I M? l.t,i..
jw " iviiii ifvti at a ja mm m v mil ; ,
crating I'aint is giving the very licit it
of satisfaction ; ire nre i(rf it redue J
ei fif temperature ftdly 7.7 degrees, g
11V consider it a good article for
cooling iron roofs, )'ou rnn nialr
any use of this you like, and are at
perfect I bcrly to refer anybody to us )S
1'otir very truly, j
hustace it co., z,ro.
H'. if. IFOOGS, Manager.
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Wo can Hult you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPENIINQ BOOKS
"7Vctll. OTiolxols Oo., Ltd.
Pound Master's Notice
of Estrays. I
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In (
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
mana 01 unnu, ana unless me pound tees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law:
Feb. 14. 1901 1 grey horse, brand LxB
on right hind leg.
Feb. 14 1 black horse, brand V on right
hind leg, one white spot on forehead and
one on back.
Feb. 14 -1 red horse, brand H on right
hind leg, and a bell on neck.
Feb. 1 j 1 brown mare, brand M on left
Feb. 14 1 red horse, brand Indlscrlbable,
white spot on forehead, all feet black.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that 1 will sell
them at public auction on Saturday, March
2, iooi, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
1766-rt Pound Master.
I Keep Your
I Hands Off
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
C. BREWER &CO., Ltd.
WANTS 15 cents a line one Insertion, 25
cents two Insertions, 30 cents one week,
40 cents two weeks, and 60 cents one
month. This Is the cheapest advertis
ing ever offered to the people of Honolulu.
ordinary Soap. Soap is a
peculiar chemical combina
tion. Soap does 'oth harm
and good. Harm, when im
pure and harsh ; good, when
made of pure vegetable oils, 1
untainted witn impure
animal fats. t.
Skin Soap :
is the puiest, sweetest and
most refreshing toil,et soap, X
containing only properties
that will leave the complex- t
ion clean and healthy, it I
contains certain medicinal t
properties which allay irrita-
tion and roughness owing to 1
its soothing and healing I
BOX (3 cokes) 50 cents. -
HOBRON DRUG CO J
X Kind and Fort. X
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Money to loan. Apply Q. H. Herrey.
Green lllver "whisker without a
headache" Pantheon Saloon,
the Chinese legation observo as the
beginning of Chinese New Year.
The Manna Lon which Is due today,
Is not expected until tomorrow.
Albert Unas the broker Is expected
back from the Coast In the Ventura.
C. M. Whlto of the 0. II. & L. Co. Is
seriously III at his home.
Camnra & Co. can now be found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
Tho mall taken by the Coptic this
afternoon Is the last one for the Cour.r
There Is a good deal of buying and
selling of Walalua at present. Tho
stock seems firm at $123.
V. F. Goad a well known young
capitalist of San Francisco In a by
over passenger from the Cortlc.
The Independents arc after Judgo
Wilcox for Interpreter In the Senate
This Is tho day that the officials of
Henry II. Williams, the progressive
undertaker, Is enlarging his undertak
ing parlors and adding largely to his
Tho purser of th. Cnptly reports
Ihnt up to February !th when his vi-s-sel
left Yokohama I Hung Chang wjs
.Motors wero shut down for nn hour
this morning owing to a break In the
machinery at tho Hawaiian Electric
Oswald Lutted, manager of the Now
England Bakery, left for San Francla-
co In the Alameda. He expects to ue
away about six weeks.
P. Maurice McMahon, formerly cle-k
of tho Circuit Court in Hllo, (a out
for tho position of stenographer In
either the Senate or the House.
At least twenty gambling gamea
were counted between the King street
bridge and the Chinese theater on Llll-
ha street at about 9 o'clock Inst night.
Free Instruction In photography Is
offered by tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It Cameras at
23 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion as to their use.
The force on the roads has been put
to work by Supervisor Campbell. He
has a score or so of teams In the rock
business and the crushers ore run
ning at full capacity. The favorable
weather has given the Iload Depart
ment a chance to regain lost hopes.
Among the departures for Hllo and
way ports In the Kinau today wero tho
following: Dr. J. Grace. E. E. Lymar,
D. II. Lyman. S. M. Dallott. Geo. H.
Robertson. J. Llchtlg. S. I.lchtlg. A. W.
Carter, J. S. Ralston, T. II. Robinson,
Rer. A. I). Weymouth. Rev. J. M. Lyd-
gate, II. J. Lyman. Sam Peck and oth
Capt. Greene has arranged the desks
In tho house which Is ready for the
statesmen tomorrow. There will he
three rows across the hall leaving good
room behind for visitors. The last
problem which Greene has to decide Is
how to accommodate the represent 1
tlves of the press.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, February lg, toot.
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a comple'e new line of Ladles'
Dancing Slippers, caichy, 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 Ie.
An endless variety of one, two and three strap slippers.
News Fop Wen
About a Great Shirt Sale
You're a well-dressed man 3 All right. You take pleasure
Insavlng money .whenever you can, though, jujt the same,
donj you ? Well, we are going to g've you the opportunity
his week to save many dollars on your shirt-wear for a year
We have placed on our counters and In our makal window,
our entire shirt sto.k, and tney are going
Every Shirt at 75c.
without reserve or hold tack.
Now these shirts are not o'd plugs or relics of the vintage of
'95. They are up-to-date shirts just such shirts as you would
pay the regular furnisher 51.50 or $2.00 for. We are content
with smaller profits If we make qul.k sales ; that Is ttir dif
ference between him and us.
STOUT GBNTLEMEN, especially, who ordinarily find It
hard to get suited, will And among these shirts many desir
able patterns In large sizes. It will cost you nothing to come
In anil 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. Shirts are not tike cigars, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be missed.
WHITINEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
1CMS FORT ST.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer &Comftny
w PUnfatlon Co ...
Mawanani.om sou k.o.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honomu Sugar Co
Honnkaa Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sugar Co . ..
KanuKu riinution v.o
Kamato Sug Co LtJ a
Kamalo Sug Co, riup
Klpahutu Sugar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co . as
Maunattl Sugar Co.as
Maunalel Su Co ri up
" " " rJ tin
uanu ."u ear 1,0,
Onomea SugarCo ....
Ookata Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ ,at
OlaaSuCo.LtJ, pi up
Paaur.au Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill. ...
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pfpwkeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co . .
Walalua Ajrr. Co . ai
Walluku Sugar Co.. .
Walmanato Sugar Co
ur.i-.. it in 1
t Mimra jmiii .u
InteMtUnJ Stum N Co
lUw.llin LlKtrlc Co
Hon KipM T.& LlM Co
Hon Strim LiunJry.
O.hH D.li I an, fn
I'eopl.'. r. ft K lg do
ririt National lark
Hawaiian (inv An.p.n.
ii.aaii.n tiov, 5 p.r rem
H1I0 II. R, Co 6r'rctn
Hon. fcapll Tt.n'lt
Fwa Plan'at'n 6 ytt ni
Kahuku I'lar.t C r.rr.n.
warm k i.anj 1.0. ft c
Oahu Plantation npc
wiM i-ianiation ti p c.
SALES 15 Walalua Si2)oo; 75 Wala
lua, S.2J.0 : .-o twa, J7.75; 5 Ewa, J27
75! 5 W.il.ilua, uj.oo; 15 Oahu. f 1 57.00.
i . .. . .
me uunn sectional book case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
TWkc Two Car,oads
ICli Just Received
I'. O. UOX 621.
Police Court Notcx.
Duslncss was very slow In tho PoiI-.'b
Court this forenoon.
Tho enso of Omura. who was arrest-1
cd on February loth on the charge of
larceny In the second degree, wai dl
charged. Ho was accused of stealing
a lantern belonging to the Trnmwavs
Co., but the complaining witness fall
ed tn make a case.
Ah Fat. Slgakl and Kngamura. who
were arrested for gambling, were al
lowed to depart upon paying a fine of
$5 and costs.
The case against Herman Haw,
charged with assaulting C. Ah Moon,
was discharged. . TnD
Manuel Pedro, arrested for violating rlt I i ur,
section 178 of the penal code, had his ROLL TOP,
case set for trial on February 22. It
seems that defendant was arrested for
Book Cases ;;
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
Received Pep Bktne. 4,WRB8TLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATI-D
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
Dr. Pierce Elec
tric Body Battery
Auay withDrustt Inves
tigate. S.n4 lor " book
let No. " AJJr-n
PICHCU CLCCTKIC CO.,
620 M'-ket St.. S. P.
Chairs, Sectional Bookcases. Cabinets, Etc
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
CxcIuhIvc DenlePH, Hawaiian Territory
f Consult WANTS in To-dav's Bulicxini
1 ,00000 loo
1 .000.000 '
fl 150.000' too
151.000 1 too
WI1XARI) E. IMOWN,
Halstead & Co;,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
WILL INVESTIGATE CHARGES.
Tho new manager of the Sailors'
Homo In this city and the representa
tive of the t'nluii. went to Hawaii In
tho Klnnu this morning. Reports of
the Ill-treatment of sailors whose ves
sels call nt Hllo and other Hawaii and
.Maul ports hnc reached hero and he
hns gone to Inxestlgnte.
IN I PHI
AND GET IN
THE BAND WAGON!
If they were not, whenever you
happened to have a want, all you
would hive to do would be to
work up a "think" or two and
reople would irsh .oyou like bits
of metal to a magnet. As It Is.
though, the easiest, quickest and
cheapest thing you can do, Is to
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-dute Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOnSON. Manager.
Fine Job Printing at th Bulletin
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commencing February nth,
FOR ONE WEEK WE SHALL OFFER
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYti. Lace ankle.
Former price $8.00 a dozen, now SO.oj
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYE. Plain.
Former price 25c .1 pair, nov6 pairs for Si.co
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYE. Drop stitch.
Former price 25c a pair, now 6 pairs for 1 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYE. Plain.
Former price S7.50 a dozen, now $4: 00.
Men's i Hose in Black and Colors
At Proportionately Low Price
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.