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EVENING DULi.-.., HONOLULU. II. T.. WEDNESDAY. MAItCII. C, 1001
IN LARGO VARIETY
Black and galvanlseJ, In any ength;
H Inch to !i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ( Inch to fi
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckcls Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite, at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Ask any of the following parties what they ,j
California Feed Co., Ltd. 8
If Yo Are In Doubt
H. May & Co.
riustace & Co.
Judge V L. Wilcox
W. C. I'eacock & Co.
Inter-Island S. N. Co.
J. F. Hamburg, H H. & Co.
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg Co.
G. P. Dennison, O R. & L.Co
Chief J H Hunt. Hon. F. Dept
And dozens of others.
Sole Agents for U. S.
ami it's possessions.
The Jury In the Haskell larceny case
returned n verdict of guilty at 11:30
o'clock. He was sentenced the limit
under the law, two years at hard la
bor In Oahu prison. Judge lluinphrejs
In Imposing the sentence for the crime
of stealing two clgnrs, recounted brief
ly tho prisoner's record In Honolulu.
Haskell was fined 50 In the I'ollco
Court n few months ago and appealed
to the Circuit Court where by giving a
hard luck story of a wife and children
on the Mainland, he Imposed on tho
gooil nature of the Court. The Judgo
went on to Bay that Haskell's subse
quent conduct hail been that of n con
firmed unil chronic criminal and that
statutes allowing Indeterminate sen
tences were made for such as him. He
accordingly was sentenced to pay n flue
of $1000, which If served out In Jail
would mean an Incarceration of 2000
days. It was called to the Court's at
tention that Haskell might gain re
lease at the end of one year under the
poverty act. Whereupon the Judge re
voked his first order nnd Imposed the
sentence of two years,
11. A. Snend. the soldier Indicted for
the larceny of a bicycle, pleaded guilty
In Court this morning and wns sen
tenced to three months' Imprisonment
at hard labor. C. C. Hitting nppcared
for Snend and made n strong plea to
the Court for clemency which was not
without effect. Snead tomes from a
good family In Kentucky.
Solomon Kuaell pleaded guilty this
morning to the charge of larceny In
the first degree nnd was sentenced to
Imprisonment at hard labor for the
term of four years. V. J. Iloblnson
appeared for him. Ills offense con
sisted In stealing 5.', bags of rice, valu
ed at $275 from n Chinese, named Slug
Uotil Butnto TVuriHiiutloiiM
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Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of "Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Instruments filed for re:oi Feb 2, tool .
Flrt Party Second Party C'is
Wo Sang Wong Chee 11 S
M Almoku " ' A I.
G Lucas S K Kane D
Pikla et al UK Kalmana U
West'n Haw. I. Co CH R.tmsy Rel
E Gibson West'n St Haw. I Co M
L M Walker " M
M G Sllva C Brown M
Kapakea J D Paris D
Instruments filed for record Mar I, igoi.
First Party Second Party Class
R N Halstead J Opuiul Rel
K Molkl and hus S I Shaw M
Hon. It Tr & L Co Supt Pub Works U
Honoksa Sugar Co " " " L)
Clns Ka Kona Suear Co I.
KuMmoto ' A 1.
H II Paoa and wife M K Harbottle U
R WIHUnn A McWayne U
M G Smith M U Cummlngs M
Instruments filed for record Mar 4, iqoi.
First Party Second Party Class
Mrs J L Richardson P Kunn!a et al Rel
MCPImentaletal M diRlgo D
P Lovell and hus H M Castro D
Kalaluhl Yt Sing L
W L Hose and wife A W Rose M
A W Rose Mrs r S Lyman A M
PHONE WHITE jli2.
V. E Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH
Henry May & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telephones 22.
Just in per
S. S. "Zealondla"
Fresh Eastern & Coctoil Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Blonters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresli Finen Haddles,
Grenhagens' Chocolate Creams,
and n lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention.
COME AND SbE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waikikl
and Palamn. and the best of atten
Cold In the Back, that's all.
Maybe you've had It
and thought you were
A RED STAR
will fix It all right.
Leave It on a week.
A crutch for lame backs.
ISc, '2 (or 25c.
IIOBRON DRUG CO.
Kind and Port.
S H Hullhee and wife
KapioUnl Est Ltd Lllluokalmi
M J Uonsalves
F de Farh
Kamaoll and hus
J dos Ssntos
Port Mut H boc'y
Onomea Sugar Co
A M llrown
Miss K J Hale
A M Caldelra
M G MenJonca
M G Mendonca J do Santos
J M Gonsalves J F da Cambra
Mrs K Amarn et al Chau Cheonz
MrsM ARkhleyandhus A.lmintrman M
F S Lyman C Boss A M
S Ka.iuk.il J Suwa L
Pioneer Mill Co M McCann D
M McCann Pioneer Mill Co D
Clhollc Mission L
L K Kupau Mrs K Kupau D
Wong Hong Wong Chee Coret'n
J W Kahanaumalkal Wo bung
tst. ii I Bishop i mw unong
II K Kane
F F Lulz
II A Isenberg
II E Cirpenter
II 11 King
L C Abl
Chine Mon ICal
Yen Lau Kul
Money to loan. Apply t). II. Ilerrey.
CJ. II. Ucrrcy's otnee, 33 Campbell
The Heleno sails for ifa'makua ports
Cold ltnlnlcr beer In bottles A', the
A Japanese couple want a position.
See Want column. i
Two nicely furnished rooms for rent.
See To Let column.
Try a Trlbuno blcyclo,nnd be con
vinced of their easy riding qaulltlcs.
WIST TUB I'AINTKn, 00 King St.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed.
Tho schooner Muriel sailed for San
Francisco today with Disjtonn of sugar,
O.'der your wood and co.il from the
City Wood and Coal Yairtii. Tel, Main j
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. The Myrtlo Club received In tho Paul
Isenberg a pair oar training boat tiotii
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
Tho Walker Cyclery has the cheap
est blcyclo store In Honolulu, Toko n
look at their stock. '
During my temporary absence from
this Territory Dr. Kobnyashl will tako
charge of my practice. .DR. I. MORI.
Henry It. Williams, 'the progressive
undertaker. Is enlarging! Ills undertak
ing parlors nnd adding largely to his
Chief Engineer J. S. Purdlo of the
tug Fearless Is the proud father of a
baby girl. Tho little one was bom on
"An Honest Ilanghter" will ho the
subject of Dr. Chapmnn's address at
Y. M. C. A. hall next Sunday afternoon
at t o'clock.
Owing to the Ulnc,: of Judgo Es-
tee, bwineas set for hea!.. this morn-
fng In the United States District Court
I 'I 'iu last Mopping place of the Aus
trian warship Donau rn Qunymas.
Shu will icmaln here nbout two weeks
nnd then go t Nagasaki,
"The George Junior Ilcpubllc" will
bo presented by Mrs. Arthur Maxsou
Smith this evening at the misslonaiy
concert of the Central Vnlon church.
Take a ride on tlie Paclllc Helghta
Ulectrlc Hallway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Hound trip 10 cents.
The king of camerus Is the I'remo.
First In nnmc, (list In quality, first In
execution. Platis or films.. Tho IK)
NOI.ULV PHOTO SUPPLY CO.nrc th?
solo agenu for this exquisite Instru
Camnrlnos receives for his refrigera
tors nil the California fruits of Hie sea
son by every cold storage sleamrr. He
always has on hand a stock of freih
apples, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main .178.
Don't forget that Millie Dolori'H. as
sisted by Mr. Newell will appear at the
Hawaiian Opera House next I'rldny
etcnllig. Only one concert Will be Klv
cn ho It will be nciessary for those
who wish to hear the lelebritles to
engage their seatk at once.
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a complete 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 sandal, a new
novelty, a purely French st Ie.
An endless variety of one, t.vo and three strap slippers.
W. & M., Ltd.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
NAME OF STOCK
Honolulu, March 6, loqt. yc
C Oref ACoirpany
Ei f'Ur.litlon Co ....
Httnoi Plantation Co
Hi!lnCom ficSu Co.!
Hiiun 5oer Co . .
Honornu Sufar Co
Ha'ku Sueir Co
Kahuku I'unUtioii Co
KlhptP Co.LU fluff
Kljahulu Sugar Co . .
Koloa bugif Co
Kona Sugar Co . i
Oahu Surar Co .
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar I'lan Co
rti.. c.i - in ..i
visa 7iii vu , iu , i i iu3,ujj wi
Olaa Su Co.LfJ fi up J t scm.oio to
Paaufiau Su I'lan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ..
Pala Plantation Co
Pepetkeo Sugar Co
Plonwr Mill Co
Walatua Agr Co ,
Watanat Com r any
Walluku Sugar Co
Waltnanilo Sugar Co
Wllirr St.mhlA f.o
Inter-Ulan J StaraN Co
Hawaiian LlKtrk Co
rion Mtam Launary
Mutual felt rhont Co
fit Land Co
SEPARATE WALKING SKIRTS
The average dressmaker can't m.ike the new plain skirt.
That's a fact. She hasn't the knowledge. She hasn't the
art. Skirt making is an art. The tJlors who design these
skirts of ours cheap skifts tho' they be get salaries of
several thousand dollars a year. We have two hundred of
these skirts in Crash. Coverts and Denims, which we have
marked at a price which will send them (lying out our door.
50 cents cuch.
SHIRT WAIST EXHIBITION
Where in the world do all the styles come from ? It's n
puzzler. Pick from the enormous assortment of shirt waists
in our basement sales room and you may feel confident tint
you will not meet your tioume at every corner. 1 lie ioiiow
inj very interesting numbers at very interesting little prices
will greet you this week :
84 v'.co Waists at Si. 00 55 S1.50 Waists at 75 cts
33 Si 00 waists at 50 as.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
You will hardly believe your own eyes when you see the
quality of these yoods and compare them with the prices
In fact you will look again to make sure that your eyes did
net deceive you. It'swonderful how they can put so much
work into garments and sell them at such .1 price. Some
prices as low as 35c. Others as high as S7.C0, and all
prices between. Some of them in our winJow.
STILL A FEW REMNANTS
A few Remnants that Saturday's rain left on our counters,
still to be had at last week's prices.
Ptori' 'ct & K
rint National Bank
Hawaiian (iov 6 per cent
HaallanCiov. jptr cnl
HiloR. R.Co r"nt
lion. Hard mnit.
twa IMantat'n 6 tr cent1
uanu i' amat on one
Olaa Plantation J p c.
lOQ 0.O! 100
JOO OTOi IOO
, WO.UXJ too
SALbS-Ss liwa, 528.00
lio.w: s W.naliia. 1 10.00.
! J5 WllalUa
WILLARI) B. IWOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
II A Uenberc
Port Mut II Soc'y
Hlshon .V Co
H II Kins
Chine Mon Yin
E K Kobavashl
Chang Chan ct als
J K Molt
E K Kobivahl
Enterprise Mill Co
l' 1. ,M 1 uo Llll
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
OF ail). . ..
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Macks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOUSON, Manager.
Febmarv 21, iooi. J S W Kamaki and
wife to Cliurih af Jesus Christ, D, Sept
20, 1000; por of hare In Pahohoe LanJ
Co, S Kona Hawaii, f 5. Hook 222 pagi
February 25, iqoi. M P Kahl lo M Car
rlllo (Mrs) A L, Feb 6. 1901; Int. in Estate
of Puna, Maul, Ji. Hook 206, page 44,
M P Kahl to Mrs M Carrlllo. A L, Feb 6
1001; l P 5083, kul 1170, III of Klha Wab
ehu Maul. l. Book 206. pact 174.
H S Crane to II Brandt, D Feb 25, 10.01;
K P O200, Kul 340)11, Llliue Kauai I900,
HnnU 2tfi. naire All.
JWIII Klhe and wife to W Makahl,
D. Mar 16. 1000: 1 !i acre ot l P 2012. Ka
lao.i, N Kona, Hawaii. J45. Hook 21C,
H IlickfeU &: Co Ltd to L E Gamaliel
son, Rel, ha'S's, mules, wacoas fie,
Jillo, Hawaii. M070.17. uoox 107, page
75- .. ...,..
11 II.ICHICIU iv 10 uiu 10 w 1- rtnuervm,
Rel, por grant 4075, Kaum.ma, Hllo,
Hawaii. Jjoo. Hook io. page (.
J R Wilson to M F Wilson. A M, Feb
q, npi- Altg. Yutiro Kob.ivishl et al on
Patent 4260, Kalwlkl, Hllo, Hawaii.
fnKo, Hook 221, page 37.
UnilurKcmcnt ot Davlw l.ottt.
Tho resolution drown up hy the Re
publican Central Committee and for
warded lo President MoKlnley petition
ing for tho appointment of (Itorno A.
navls b Circuit Judge, was sent by
the Kin und consequently now ilea nt
the bottom of tho sea.
It ttaled, that whercna It na not
pioualilo that tho President would np
polnt cither Cleorgo I). Oear or J. T.
Do Holt, nnd whereas tho business
community was buffeting from n too
crowded court calendar, the President
was respectfully petitioned to appoint
ex-Judge Gcorgo A. Davis.
Thero nns murder attempted on the
u haling bark Andrew Hicks on Sun
day night, .Murato 11 Mexican severely
cut Mulhiney an Irishman In n qunrrcl
which tho crow say wns of Mtiratu's
Mullaucy Is seriously hurt nnd but
for tho Interference of shipmates might
have been killed. He wns badly beat
en besides being cut.
Captain Shnrey of tho Hick's came
hero for mull. Ho ulll land tho in
Jin cd man nnd his assailant who Is
now In Irons, This nfternnon the cap
tain will come ashore and confer Itli
Tho Hicks Is on her way to (1 11.1111
ami tho nchrln sen.
Captain Shnrey Is accompanied by
his wife and llttlo girl.
I The Gunn Sectional Book-case
1 and the Famous Gunn Desks
Book Cases ii
The Coyne Furniture Co., L,a
lliiwitll Will lie RcprcHcnted.
The Commissioner of Agriculture
and Forestry has received n letter from
Director True, Chief of tho United
StntiB nxperlmentnl Stations nt Wash
ington, nsklng the department to assist
him In exhibits for the Pan-American
Imposition nt Buffalo, N. Y beginning
May 1. Ho especially desires speci
mens of economic plauts nnd feeding
stuffs, etc.. native to tho Hawaiian
Inlands. True has some of tho exhibits
used nt the Paris Imposition.
Commissioner Tnlor will send somo
specimens of taro, rice, coffee, sugar,
sugar canes, etc. The Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association will send soils,
showing tho great variety of sugar pro
ducing earths In the Islands,
ri tnv - puonupt; mi nr.k fiirtvi-. n7i it
Received Per Bktne. WRESTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
iwciiigan, consisting 01
Chalre. Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets, Etc.
For Sale at SAN TRANCISCO PRICKS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
HxcIuhIvc DcnlcrH, Hiiwiillun Territory
Tho whaling bark Andrew Hicks ar
rived from San Francisco nnd anchor
ed off port this morning. There la
trouble on board.
Tho American bark Star of Bengal
arrived this morning from Neweiutlo
with 2379 tons of coal for tho Intor-
Island Steam Navigation Co. On tho
vuyago suo hud to throw overboard
nbout forty tons on acioimt of heating.
Two stowaways wero discovered sov
oral days out from port of depnrture,
Tho Japanese laborer brought from
Kauai for safe kctplng a short tlmo
ago nnd who Is under a chargo of mur
dering oiki of bis countrymen at a
place, near Wnlmea, will bo sent to tho
Ourden Islo today for trial. Together
with him will go two other Japaneso
who were secured hy the. police nt tho
time ns witnesses In tho case. They
were kept In custody because. It was
thought they might seek to get away
In order to frustrate any nttempt to
hno them testify In tho en so.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
COMMENCING MARCH 4a
FOR ONE WEEK.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a yard up.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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