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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, FED. 27, 1901,
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Rain Guu ties
IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any eneth;
X Inch to X Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Cartridges ' -Paints
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Klce Plows and Breiklng Plows.
Tim IlawQiian Wliuorn
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Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
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SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH.
emy May & (Jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telcpliones 22.
Just In per
S. S. "Zealandia"
Fresh Eastern & Coctail Oysters
Fresli Golden Gloss Bloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Finen Haddies,
Grenhagens' Chocolate Creams,
and a lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention,
COME AND SbE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waiklkl
and Palama, and the best of atten
Singly or En Suite, at
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HONOLULU, JAN. S, 1001
California Feed Co., Ltd.
GENTLEMEN : '
II 'e talt great pltntirc in stat-
that the Iron Root you puintnl R
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cratiny I'aint is fi'rim; (if r'crw t( ft
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lie consider if a iood article for ,.
cooling iron roofs. You ran make R
any use nt'tflis you like, and are at !5
jierfcct I herty to refer anyhoily to us R
Yours rery truly,
UUSTACE & CO., LTD.
J!'. . IIOOGS, Manaycr.
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation ol
building a stack of eclionsani Indicates
the practical results of " E.xpanslon."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
1 Is the people's favorite medi
cine lor cougns anu coius. uest
of all, it does what it claims
j cures. Wliy suffer with a
co,h 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.
25 and 50c.
HOISHIIN Mill! CO.,
King and Fort.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
UrVto-date Hacks and
, AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
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TREASURER E. E. PAXTON
REPORTS ON THE FINANCES
General Manager's Report States That
Grinding May Begin by October 1
-Big Average for Next
At the adjourned annual mcctln? (.f
the stockholders of tho Olna Suqar
Company held this forenoon the reports
of the manager and treasurer woro read
The report of E. n. Paxton, treisurrr
was submitted showing the distribution
of the capital stock and bonds nnd
giving a summary of the receipts and
expenditures. Slnco the organization
of the plantation ,$737,0o2.G3 has been
expended for permanent Improvement
arid jCHl.Tii.l.Sl for the crops of 1901
nnd 1P02. The report further shows that
on December 31, 1900 an nrnltnblc fund
of (.117,430.11 was In the hands of the
ngents and that $340,000 of the bom's
are )et on hand, the remainder hav
ing been sold or placed as collateral to
secme notes. It Is not probable that
calling for assessments will bo re
sumed until July 1, providing the re
mainder of the bonds arc placed.
Manager F. D. McStockcr reported
conditions ery favorable. Tho 1902
crop Is estimated low nt G tons per acre
on 3000 acres. It Is expected that the
mill will be completed by October 1,
and grinding go forward from that
date. There are 400 aTcs of cano now
In tassel and will be ready for the
mill sooner than that. The cane at all
elevations shows n. remarkable even
ness of growth and appearances. That
onthchBLc eica,0n ttl not be two
Kor the crop of 1903 there Is already
cleared nnd partly plowed, In round
numbers. 3ono ncres.
The second crop U expected to be
from C000 acres. Including outside
In a Dark Garret
Mnnucl Munlx Ilapose, a Portuguese,
aged about forty-five, was arrested last
ecnlng by omcer Mulcitner of the bl
cjrle. patrol at his homo mi tho slopes
of Punchbowl near the I.lshfnan qunr
rlcs. Today, he was committed to thu
lnrane nsjltim on the eldenco of I)r
Kmerson, v. ho made the exahilnatlon.
It teems tlint Hiukih' hail been stag
ing the attic of liU cott.igo for the past
two weeks and, diitlngniat time, had
only been down from his hiding, plac
for days. He had eaten almost nothing
and made a perfect pig pen out of th
garret. He w.i not Interfered with
by his father, his wife, his son-ln-Inn
or his daughter an account of tlfc fcui
that ho would do something ilespor
A few dnjs ago. the fellow, who fears
that a Japanese Is after him to do him
bodily harm, attempted to cut tho nr
tcrles In his nrm with a pocket knife
As soon as ho saw the blood, he dtslst
ed nml has not mnda another attempt
Since that time, ho had at his side. 11
billet of wood, tho knife In question
and nn empty soda water bottle. These
he threatened to use on anyone who
attempted to stek him out. When Mil
leltner went up to the place last night
he had a ery hard tush. Tho Por
tuguese attempted to assault him and
It was only with the help of other Por
tuguese about tho place that tho man
was finally secured and tied. Ho was
then remoed to tho pollen station In
the patrol wagon.
San Juan. Porto Ulto . Pel). 10.
ludgo Wllllm 11. Holt, United States
dlstrlit Judge for tho district of Porto
Illco. has decided that the oxccutivo
council of Porto Illco li not moro sub
Ject to Injunction than tho Senate of
the United States. This decision was
glcn In a test case where tho Usern
Ilrotliois of Ponce, procieiled nguinHi
tho executUo council and . S. II
Lothron nnd applied for an Injunction
restraining Mr. I.othrop from working
under n tiolley franchise In Ponce
granted In January, tho Usern Brothers
rlaimlnc certain vested rights which
Mm franchise violated.
Tho nnnllcatlon for tho Injunction
was denied nn two grounds, first tint
tho executUe council Ib a legislative
lmilv. even when dealing with frnn
'hlses, ocr which It h.w Jurlsdhtlnn
nvcliisUn of tho houso of delegates
and. second that vested rights did not
nii iiefnre tbn Amerlcnn nccnimtlon
Tho Usern Brothers will nppeal to
ho Supremo Court gainst tho order
denlng tlie iniuncnon. in " -
Junction Is nwalled Willi imercwi in
many dlpappolntrd Investors Tho mat
ter Is Important to franchise seekers
ns It touches all grants mado' by tho
Cold Halnler beor In bottles n the
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nun
nnu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
I'lirnlshed rooms, slnglo or en sullo
very icasonable terms. Orpheum hotel.
Those wishing reliable, horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prises
and courteous treatment should call ai
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Spanish Ministry has resigned.
Tho band plaved on tho Sheridan this
An easy riding surrey for sale. See
Tor Salo column.
Tomorrow Is pay day for all officers
and office emplovcs at the Capitol.
WEST -THE PAINTER, 90 King St.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
chant. Albert McQitrn, second deputy sher
iff, Is unable to attend to his duties on
account of Illness.
The Kcv. Alex Macintosh wilt resume
his duties as principal of the Uojal
School on Mnrch 1.
Notice In regard to tenders for
plumbing and sewer connection nt the
pollco station appears under By Au
thority. Manuel F. Pacheco appeared In the
Police Court today for violating sec
tion 312 of the Hoard of Health regula
tions In wntcrlng his milk. Ills case
Is set for tho 2Sth Inst.
Cheap labor means cheap work. Tho
Bulletin Publishing Co. cmplojs men of
experience and nrtlstlc skill In the Job
department. That's why wo nro turn
ing out the best Job work In town,
Take n rldc on the Pacific Heights
Electric Hallway and enjoy the un
surpassed view- of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Hclchts. Round trip 10 cents.
A horse hitched to n plow ran away
this morning from tho Wnlklkl end
of Bcrctanla street. lie was stopped
near the pumping plant, without do
ing any damage outside of breaking
Tho color work that the HONOLULU
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is offering thin
year Is the prctMist thing of Its kind
that we hnvo ever seen. It will well
).iy you to drop In nt their nrt looms
vnd glvo them n call.
Tho Secretary of tho Treasury nt
Washington hns sent our circulars
warning tho keepers of nil sailors'
boarding houses against holding sen-
men's clothing. The McCarthy case Is
referred to In the warning.
Cainarlnos receives fur his rcfrlgora-
tors all tho California fruits of tho sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
ilwnys has on hand a stock of fresh
ipplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
trders by phone. No. Main 38.
Kow Son, Ah Look nllas Lum Look,
Su Sam and Sec are charged with hav
ing assaulted Kum Ho nt the Chinese
theater the other night, but until tho
warrant Is served on nil parties con
cerned, tho enso will not come up In
tho Pollco Court.
Wray Taylor Is forming a collection
of seeds of forest trees which will be
most Interesting. Mine tbnn one hun
dred bottles, among which nro eleven
kinds of cuenhptus seeds, will bo ex
lillt.n.t In n nines man Tlia fnltiit ln, I
shows porno odd shapes and colors.
Hiimnda, n Japanese, arrested by
Otllcer nichardsoit last night at Paclflc
Mall wharf appeared In tho Police
Court today. He left his hack In
charge of n boy, who allowed the rig to
run nwny. The animal waa c night by
Officer niihanlson nnd rcjurneil to the
wharf. Humada was arrested.
On tho way over from Elelo the Jn
uancse crow of the schooner Fannie
delo had n good time and plenty to
eat. Threo large sharks woro caugh'
which furnished excitement and food
for tjo sailors. The sharks wcro all
of tho man eating variety uml the
largest ono was eight feet long. The
smallest was a little under six feet.
Threo hundred specimens of plant
and fruit blight have been classified
and mounted In bottles by Prof. Koe-
bele, the ontomajoglst for tho Terri
tory. They comprise many local and
a greater number of foreign pests. The
work has been done In the finest scien
tific style and tho collection is Inter
esting even to a layman.
Thero were twenty-four members
present at the rehearsal of tho Amateur
Orchestra last evening, nnd thcio was
nn excellent practice of new music In
cluding selections by Sullivan, Wagner.
Isenmaun, Oiucnwald and others. For
the next two weeks while tho opera
company Is here, tho rehearsals of tho
orchestra will bo on Monday evenings.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a complete new line of Ladles'
Dancing Slippere, catchy, snappy styles.
The "GEM" a patent kid slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, iotnething distinctly new.
The " MADONNIS" a seamless .sandal, a new
novelty, a purely French st le.
An endless variety of one, t vo and three strap slippers.
W. & M., Ltd.
SEMI-ANNUAL REMNANT SALE
THIS WEEK, FEB. 25MARCH 2
Remnant Week never occurs but twice a ytar here.
Never make Remnant Week till we're ready then we do it
forcefully. As carefully as we do any other part of our business.
.Measure up every remnant and dress length Silks to Calicoes,
Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Organdies, Cambrics, Ginghams, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Ribbons to Linings noHihg but what's carefully meas
ured yards and price on each in plain figures so you can prac
tically wait on yourself
The 1000 year's business in this store amounted to many thous
ands more tran in any year before. Hence, more remnants and as
to price, this Remnant Sale the first 0' the new century we pro
pose to make the greatest and most important ever seen in this city.
1 hose who don't know how our sales are conducted will be well
paid to come in this week.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
1045 FORT ST.
! I UK UUIIII OtJUUUIIdl
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltll.
ii P. O. IIOX 621. PHOGIIESS BLOCK.
Receded Per BUne. ,,WRBSTLBR"
CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACbY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting of
FLAT TOP, V
ROLL TOP, i
1 YPfcWRITERS' I u'm
Chnlre, Sectional Bookciiete, Cnblncts, Etc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO PklCns by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Cxclunlve Dealers, llawullan Territory
FROM FEBRUARY 25th
Famous Gunn Desks
in Today's Bulletin &&
$2.75, now $1.50
from 25c. a pair up
WAISTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANMI
Honolulu, February 271 90' ...
NAME OF STOCK
C. Rrtr At Company
Ca fl ihIkLk "a I
s.w Hiaiiuil ij )uu,ma
Hitnoa PlantilionCo , I if , loo
HawfttUnAcrlculturalCol 1,000,000! too
H4llnCom &Su C0.1 t,it,?3o; iw
Hawillin SuRir Co 1 1 000,000 o
Honotnit Sugar Co i $0,000 too
Hi'ku Suifir Co 100,000 too
Kahuku Ha nt tlon Co
KimaloSutt Co Li J a
KamaliSuff Co, fJup
Klrnl P.Co LtJ riup
Mfanuiu sugar o
Koloa Sugar Co . .
Kona Sugar Co as
Mail na It I Sugar Co s 1
Maunattl Su Co pj up
" " pd up
NinlkuSujrCo CM as
Ookata Sugar I'lai
uiowaiu uotrpiny ,
raaunau mi nan u
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
P-wker Sugar Co
Walalua Apr Co, a
Walluku Sugar Co
a J 1,0001 1 01
Inttr-ltlani Steam N Cot
Hawaiian Lircmc 1,0
lion airam Laurury
Mutual Tclrrhnna Co
MakahaCoftoCo Li pJ
Oahu Ry&LanJCo .
rvopif ct k I g t-oi
Drat National llnk
First A. S Bark &T. Co
Hawaiian dov 6 per cent'
Hawaiian Gov j percent)
nuo k h.k.0 ofrrcrnt
Hen, wapfl Transit
fcwa Plantain 6ftrcM
Kahuku Plant. 6 rr cent
Oahu H fit LanJ Co pr c
uinu runion bbi
Olaa P'antatlon 6 pc.
SLES 22 coo Hivvallan Govt. 6t,
S100.00: 140 ulia PJ, 515x0; 150 Olaa
I'd. .'15.25; 15 McBryde, 57.75; sMcBryde,
7-7$; sOi'U, 5lftl.ooj 5OH1U, 161.00.
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WILLAKD t. IWOWN, f,
Halstead k Co.;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
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at Waikiki Beach.
Raft For Diving
In good canoes with
A CUISINE WELL
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