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EVnNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T..TIIUIISDAY, FEB. 21, 1901.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black anJ galvanised, In any engthj
H Inch to 4 Inch thick.
Dlston's makeja big supply on hind.
Files t ,
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal (rom H Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bank.
Singly or En Suite, at
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
At ft S W St fit fit W W St fit J fit SI Si St fit fit St St Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si St Si Si Si Si Si Si
art.. . VJ
M R J'A V&Ml
fit ' n
Hun un coated roofs
HONOLULU, JAN. Q, JU01
California Feed Co., Ltd.
He (nit jwni pleasure in Hat- jj
in; that the Iron Hoof you painted
for m teilh your"AHAIIIC" litrig- J1
crating I'aint is giving the vary hot x,
of satisfaction ; wc tire .sure it rcduc .'
cd the temperature fully 15 degree, g
We consider it a good article for-
cooling iron roofs. You ran make W
any use of this you like, and arc at
perfect I berly to refer anybody to us i
Yours very truly,
HUSTACE A CO., LTD.
II'. . IWOGS, Manager.
fWsS&'WJS W .'& Vt&VtXVt W
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Money to loan. Apply Q. II. Derrcy
ltq bread nnd baked beans at noon.
Try a Tribune, bicycle and bo con
vinced of their easy riding qaulltles.
Vi:ST Tim PAINTER, 90 King St. I
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Furnished rooms, single or en suite,
ery reasonable terms. Orphcum hotel,
The United States Revenue Otllcc will
bo closed tomorrow In honor of Wash'
The weekly edition of tho Evening
Uulletln gives a complete summary o!
the new 8 of the day.
Tho Crown Prince of Denmark Is
said to oppose the salo of the Danish
Islands to tho United States.
Henry II. Williams, the progressive
undertaker. Is enlarging his undertak
ing parlors nnd adding largely to his
Take a ride on the Pacific Heights
Electric Hallway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Hound trip 10 cents.
Collector It. W. Chamberlain and
Special Agent Ocorgo Pletcher accom
panied deputies Xcelcy and Sims to
Dowsctt Lnno this morning to witness
the registration of a Chinese family
Tho color work thnt the HONOLULU
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is offering thin
year Is the prettiest thing of Its kind
that we hnvo oor seen. It will well
pay you to drop In at their art roon
nnd glvo them a call.
Tho.Commlsslon of Agriculture and
Forestry recelioit'woril from the Agri
cultural Department at Washington, by
tho Ventura, that It would send In two
weeks time, 2.10 pounds of sorghum
seed for distribution In the Islnmls.
With nN fully-equipped bindery, re
cently acquired from T. O. Thrum, n
largely lirfprovcd nnd extended me
chanical equipment Installed In com
modious Quarters, the Uulletln Pub
lishing Company Is prepared to handle
with dispatch anything In the line of
printing, ruling or binding.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGB
Honolulu, February at, toot.
We can suit you In
SIZ13, QUALITY nnU PRICE.
FLAT OPEINIINO BOOKS
OUR SPECIAL ry.
7Vetll. IKTioliols Oo., Ltd.
THEY REFUSB TO DIE.
Shanghai, Kcb. 10. It Is reported
hero that the Empress Dowager, yield
ing to foreign pressuie, has allowed
Emperor Kwang Hsu to assume the
reins of go eminent. J
Peking, rob. 10. LI Hung Chang as-1
serts that tho Empress Dowager and
Emperor Kwang Hsu never had more
harmonious relations than they haa
now. and that the former qulto agrees
to tho necessity 'for modern reforms.
Ho has telegraphed to the court his re
fusal to agree to sentences of cxecit-i
Hon "fraught with extreme danger
and threatening tho dynasty Itself.
i,n.,nlip T 4kta !, !?.!. 10 1fin1
.11 11UI1J, ll llllO Lli;i H. .V, .WV..T
James Norman McTlghe, aged 2
years, 3 months, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. F. MeTigho. Funeral Friday.
Leave the house at 1 p. m. for Pearl
Is tlie people's favorite medi
cine for coughs anil colds. Best
of all, it does what it claims
cures. Why suffer with a
couch when it is curable? A
neglected cough leads to more
serious pulmonary diseases.
Nip the cough with a dose of
CHERRY COUGH COAirORT and
ward off consumption.
The British were caught In another
Doer trap at Tabaksbcrg mountain near
Bloemfonteln. Tho troops were undor j
Major Crowe. Do Wet led tho Doer
Henry May & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telephones 22.
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 b lot of other delides too num
erous to mention.
COME AND SEE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Walkiki
and Palamn, and the best of atten
h Couch Kemedv.
25 and 50c.
HOBRON DRUG CO.
King unit Port.
The Mauna Loa will sail on Tuesday.
Those who saw the transport Oopack
leave esterday claim that she was dang
erously top heavy.
The schooner Eureka has cleared for
Gray's Harbor. She will get awiy this
anernoon or early tomorrow
M. M.Tuft returned In the Hanalel this
morning. It Is expected he will go out In
the Mauna Loa ne.t trip as puner.
Willie King, the office boy at the Inter
I land Co.'s wlmf oflice, has been pro
moted to be freight clerk of the James
The Atauna Loa from Koni ports this
morning brought 9402 bags of sugar, 135)
bags coffee, 62 bundles bananas and 5c 0
As reported In the Bulletin previously,
the Zealandla, Instead of coming here
direct will deliver her 800 Porto Rlcans at
their different destinations on other Isl
ands. The steamer Sierra which left here for
San Francisco on the 3d Inst., made the
run In 5 diys and 14 hours. Sheairlved
Saturday the oth.. too late to enter, and
her passengers were landed the following
Tender top Mnunu Loa.
An ordinary steamer bolt of the class
used In the lnter-lsland traJe, fitted u It ti a
Union Gas Engine, was brought litre In
the Hanalel. The boat will be used .is a
tender (or the Atauna Loa. It Is the Inten
tion of the Compiny to provide all its
larger vess-ls with such tenders. They
will be used for towing sugar boats.
The Ventura Here.
The steamer Ventura, third and last of
the Oceanic Company's sister ships, ar
rived here last night, after a fast and
pleasant trip from San Francisco.
The vessel was delaed two days wait
ing for the English malls, else she would
have arrived on time She had loo pas
sengers for this port and nejrly 800 tons
of freight. For the Colonies, she has a
number if passengers and 1500 tons of
The Ventura Is like her sisters In eveiy
thing but colors, as she Is piln'ed black.
She will leave for the Colonies this after
noon at 4 o'clock.
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a comple'e new line of Ladies
Dancing Slippers, catchy, snappy styles.
The "GEM" a patent kid slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, something distinctly new.
The "MADONNIS" a seamless sam'al, 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 mans All right. You take pleasure
In saving money wheneer ou can, though, Just the same,
don't you ? Well, we are going to give vou the opportunity
this week to save many dollars on your shirt-wear for a year
We have placed on our counters and In 0urmak.1l 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 relicts uf the vintage of
'95. They are up-to-date shirts just such shirts as you would
pay the, regular furnisher Ji.50 or J2.00 for. Wc are content
with smaller profits If we make quick sales; that Is the dif
ference between him and us.
STOUT GllNTLEMEN, especially, who ordinarily find It
hard to get suited, wilt find among 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. Shi its are not like cigars, and this Is
too good an opportunity to be missed.
Whitney & marsh, Ltd.,
IO- FORT ST.
SALKS 2.10 Hll.i
jioocc; 13G0 O R.
The Gunn Sectional Book case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
TTfc 4 J New Dunljjn V
Klr I lCfe Hundmnnu 1-lnlMli I:
BOOK WSeStr.spr,ctt I
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PIIONL. 971
Received Per Bktne. 'YVRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
NAME Or STOCK ' Sff,'11' 1.?! Bid
C Bftwer &CotTfjny
Ewi PlintJtlon Co
Hawaiian Com & Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ;
Honomu V'tar Co
HonrkaaSuitu -o '
naku jgar 1,0
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo hug (.0 Ltd a
Kama to Sup Co. rd up
Kihl Plant Co LiJ.ii
KihelP.Cn.Lti rd up
Klianutu Sugar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sufjr Co . at
MaunafefSugar Co at
Maunalcl Su Co rJ up
" " ' pd up
" " " nJ tin
Iam aujjar v.o ,
Onoma Su car Co
Ookata Suear Plan Co
OlaaSu. Co, LtJ ,a)
raaunau mi nun t,o
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepfkfo Sugar Co
Walatua Agr Co. at
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmca Mltl Co
Wlldrr Sttamthto Co
Intf rltland Steam N Col
Hawaiian L rttr Co
Hon Rapid T Land Co
non ztrtam Launjry
KonakatiT AT Co Lfi
Mutual Telephone Co
MakanaCnfTeeCo Ld pd
-. n, m v...
reopi t ce k 1 g co
rirst National Hank t
TlrktA.S Bank 5c T. Co1
Hawaiian fiov 6 per cent'
Hawaiian inv jpercrnt
HawCi PotiSav ampere
nno k h.w 6 pr cem
Hn lpil Tr-nlt
Ewa Platnat n 6 per cent,
k'ahuku IMant fi rr rrnt1
Oibu R ft t jnd Co pr c
Oaliu Plan atlon 6pc
Oiaa P'artat on6pc.
t 000 6091
I jo 000
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H.ilIro.iJ fn. r'
4V L. Cos Bond,
15101.09; 100 tv.i. ?23.oo; 25 Walilin,
5i2.oo; 1 to Ewa, 52.oc: too Oha, 5il.7(
25 Kind, 5i 1 00; 8 Kihcl, $13.00; 50 fcwa,
52800; 50 Ewi, $28.00; 30 Ewa, 528 co;
50 Bwj, $ 28 00
WILLARI) U. IWOWN,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchanfje.
IHE IHHIH HE
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DUSK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP. I
ROLL TOP, V ftBRirP nRRI,c I LADIES' np(,K
1 YPEWRITERS' I OpF,CE DB8KS. HOME J Mb&b.
1 ChalPH. Sectional Kookcusee, Cublnete, Etc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO PRICKS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
I'xcIuhIvc DenlcrH, lluwnllan Territory
Flno Job Printing at
Consult WANTS in To-davV, Main&&
The new vteimer Ihnnlel. of the Inter
NinJ ComiMin. .irrleJ lhls mnnilni'.
1 le en J i fmin S1n Pr.incNcii. She Is In
comm mJ nf Opt iln J. S. Green, fnrmer-
Iv uf the W.il.ileile, who Is nccwnrunlrj
bv Ins w Ife.
I he sic imer brines about 800 tons uf
cener il nierih mJIse for this M.mJ. I hree
nunJreJ tons are for this port, the rest be
Iiik for Himniiulu .inJ Niwlllwlll for
wlilcli pi ues she will .il as soon .is Mono-
lulu irelRht Is disclnrnej.
When sluhteJ off IJI.imona lle.U this
momlni: the II inalel w.is reportej as a for-
eiRii steamer. She has three masts so was
The vessel maJea rimiJ trlpconsMerlns
the weather anJ the fact that she Is a new
boat. At times she was unJer a slow Ml,
and last night she was hove to all night,
as on her forw jrJ deck were two bo its an J
a lot of piles an J It was feared they mlttht
be washed o erboard. Had It not been for
the rough weather encountered she would
have arrived yesterday morning. Captnln
Green and bnclneer Hsvw.irJ ari nlciscl
with the new boat. She Is a good ssu boit
and up to the contract speed of about nine
knots. Her engines are Irom the Iwalanl,
but have been rebuilt at an expanse of
about 1 14,000. 1 he vessel Is of CCO tons
gross and 50J tons net register. She will
carry about i2,oco bags of sugar, and Is
well fitted for the speedy handling of
Clicnp labor means cheap work. Tho
lliillctln Publishing Co. employs men nf
experience nnd artistic Bklll in the Job
department. That's why wo are turn
ln out the best Job work In town.
PACIFIC GAIIRUGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commencing February 11th,
. . .MONDAY. . .
FOR ONE WEEK WE SHALL OFFER
Ladies' Black Hose,
HfcRMSDORF DYE. L.tce ankle.
Former price !8 oo .1 dozen, now iki.oj
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYE. Plain.
Former price 25c a pair, now6 pairs for gi.co
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERMSDORF DYE. Drop stitch.
Former price 25c a pair, now 6 pairs for jfi 00.
Ladies' Black Hose,
HERNtSDORF DYE. Plain.
Former price S7.50 a dozen, now .t: 00.
Men's i Hose in Black and Colors
At Proportionately Low Price
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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