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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 19, 1901, Image 5',
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IBVENINfJ'nUl.tXriN, HONOLULU. If. T TUIMIiAY. MAIKJII 1, IMI.
IN LAKGB VARIETY
Black anJ galvanlej, In any enzthi
V Inch to 4 Inch thick.
Dlston'i make; a big supply on hand.
Palms and Oils
Manila and Sisal from V Inch to 6
hlce Plows and" Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sprecktls Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite, at
If You Are In Doubt
Ask any of the following parties what they
H. May & Co.
Hustace & Co.
Judge W L. Wilcox
W. C. Pencock & Co.
Inter- sland S. N. Co.
J. F. Humburts, H.H. & Co.
Hawaiian Carriage M'fc Co.
(J. P Dennison, O R & L.Co.
ChlrfJ it Hunt. Hon F. Dept.
And dozens of others.
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for U. S.
and it's possessions.
.aaaa mmsSSattm .-
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " E.xpansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
'Wall, nXTiolxols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
I MAKE YOUR
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP KAWAIAHAO CHURCH.
Henry May & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telephones 22.
I HENS LAY
You've got to use a little science In
your poultry yard. To make hens
lay there Is nothing better than
A pound package will be a fair test
for a doen fowls for 6 weeks at a
cost of only 25c. Try It.
To keep fowls healthy they must
be free from vermin. The MEDICAL
EGG answers two purposes keeps
off lice and answers as a nest egg at
sawe time. They are filled with
combination of drugs that throw
out a strong odor which destroys
vermin. Keeps roaches away too.
ILOCAL AND GENERAL
(. II. Ilerrcy's om.ee. 33 Cam 1 toll
Tho Orient llc)elo la a now addition
at Whitman & Co.'i.
Tor straight nr mixed drinks, go to
tho I'anthtun Stloon.
lUioin und hoard, nine) table board.
See ad In To Lot column.
Whore is the Mint Saloon? On Nun-
nnu, opposite Chaplain Lnno.
A largo and commodious duelling
hoiiAc for rent. Sec Ti Let column.
WIST THE PAINTER, 00 King St.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed.
Camara & Co. can sow be found on
Alaka street between King and Mer
The Meamer Iwnlntil from llonnkna
la expected In the morning with a full
load ol sugnr.
Tho Wclker Cyclory has the cheap
est blcyclo storo In Honolulu. Tnku n
look nt their stock,
Mrs. Geo. t)ales will give a surf
party at Walklkl this nfternoon to
some of the olllcors of the Wnrsplte.
British Consul V. II. lloare 4111 glvo
an ut homo Friday evening nt tho con
sulate to tho omccrs of the Warsplte.
Tho olllcera of tho Warsplte aro Is
suing cards to their friends In Hono
lulu for an nt homo on board, Saturday
Anyone troubled with corns or In
growing toe nails will find something
of Interest In Prof. Dogto's ad undor
Naval Paymaster V. P. Hall and his
clerk, K. h. McWIlklo aro expecting or
ders toon, transferring them to tho At
Execution Issued yesterday out of
the Supreme Court in faor of Antonio
de Costa against W. C, Cummlngs for a
Judgment of 1119.04 and costs.
In the matter of the guardianship of
James Roberts, J. A. Thompson vis
appointed guardian yesterday bJudgo
Humphreys under bond of $230.
Mr. and Mrs. I). P. It. Iscnbcrg and
Mrs. II. A. Iscnbcrg will give a dance
at their home on Punahou strcot to
night for the officers of the Donau.
tlrl;l8h Admiral Ulckford will enter
tain tt dinner on board tho Warsplte
thl3 evening. The dinner Is In honor of
flovprnnr Dole. .Captan Pond, U. S, N
and others will bo present.
Take a rldo on tho Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Hclchts. Round trip 10 cents.
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. aro offering frco Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve tho suc
cess with which their efforts have been
Mr. and Mrs. I). P. R. Iscnbcrg gavo
a couutry party csterday at Oahu
Plantation to tho officers of tho Donau.
Captain and Mrs. Pond, Mr. and Mrs
C. M. White and a number of tho Ger
man residents of tho city.
McCabe, Hamilton & Rcnnio have
under consideration n proposition to
erect n pair of permanent shear legs
enpnulo of handling eighty tons. Such
n midline will bo n great addition to
the l.itlier meagro facilities for hand
ling bcavy plecs of cargo.
Major Harvest, of tho Royal Mnrlno
on tho Wnrsplte, entertained at tea on
board yestcrdny afternoon. Thoso
prejent wcro: Mrs. Corn well, Mrs
Scott. Miss Damon, Mrs. flunn, Miss
Vlda, Lieutenant Hancock, U. S. A.,
and Naval Paymaster Hnll.
To gather seeds and bugs, an expedi
tion of three scientists will leave today
for the Wntalua mountains, Tho mem
bers nro Prof. Albert Kocbclo, Prof. R.
L. C. Perkins, natural history collec
tor for the Ilrltlsh Museum, and Dald
Hnuglis, tho public forester.
In the Police Court this forenoon.
the following cases wero disposed of:
Deo, Kalclklna nnd Claudlno Jesus,
gambling, discharged; Uento Frlgcre,
same charge, ball forfeited; John Cal
lockay, Suzuki and Hilly Mooro, same
charge, discharged; J. A. Young and
W. E. Young, falling to display boat
men' badges, reprimanded nnd dis
charged; Ah Poe, riding a bicycle with
out a light, reprimanded and discharged.
HONOLULU HTOCK HXCMANOft
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral tin
Eery pair sold guiran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monial from our customers.
Honolulu, March lu, 1901,
W. & M., L
Just In per
8. S. "Zealand's"
Fresh Eastern & Coctall Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Bloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Finen Haddies,
I Eating Chocolates,
Grenhagens' Chocolate Creams,
j and a lot of otner delicies too num-
erous to mention.
COME AND S' E US
Deliveries leave dally to Waiklki
and Pdlama. and the best of atten
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
FORMER DRIVERS I
Comer Hotel and Union Sts
The last and most perfect achievement of the "Sonnctte"
corset makers Is the Straight Front Corset JVl Ittant"
It is so simple in design and construction that it needs but a word
of description. The secret of it -II lies in substituting for goies,
transverse seams in graceful curves, which adapt themselves to
all figures, thus securing the most .comfortable and perfect fit.
It is made in three or four pieces which, being cut on correct geo
metrical principles with transverse seams running round the body
instead of up and down, evade all strain ; thus avoiding the ob
jections urged against every other corset The fit is perfect, for
it is automatic, or sel adjusting, yielding so easily to every
movement that the wearer is unconscious of any feeling of con
straint, an important teature in tins climate.
It, as tlie name implies, produces the fashionable effect upon
the figure. The wearer at once, and of necessity, assumes the
"military" position. I he bust Is allowed to fall, all pres
sure is removed from the diaphragm and applied to the abdomen
and tile hew position is far more grace'ful and conducive to health
than the old one
These corsets may be seen in our store in several qualities.
We shall be glad to show them, and no one need feel obliged to
6 uy them because we have had the privilege ol showing them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET.
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1 The Gunn Sectional Book case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Tlacl-c Two Car,oads
1CM13 Just Received
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
p. o. BOX 611. PROGRESS BLOCK. PIIONL'. 071
CLINTON J. HUTCH INS,
L is. "south jry
I MclNERNV BLOCK, FORT ST.
J KAMtorstOCIC 5jfj",'J,ff '
t, in mrr n u. 1,14 , m
ri flantat'on Co
Hawiln Lom Su C
Hawiun Sggir Lo
HonofflU ucaf Co
Hi'ku Sugar Co ,
Kahuku M ant 1 lion Co
KlTwII1 Co.LfJ tiMpi
Kliahulu Surar Co ..
K'oloa ugar Co
Kona Sjrar Co . at
" ' pJ up
-" " r-i"p
warm auzir l,o ,
Unomra Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Han Co
OlaaSu. Co. LtJ.atl
Paiuhau Su I'lan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Ha nut Jon Co
Pertekeo Sugar Co
Ploorf r Mill Co
Walatua Ar Co , as
Walluku Sugar Co
Waimanalo Sugar Co
Wilder Stmthtn ftn
lntcrlalanJ Sam N Cm
Hawaiian Lliric Co
non riam Launjry.
Mutual Trlrrhone Co
Oahu UvJtt Lanir.n
Pcoptt't let & H t z Co
Flril Nltinntl llMr
Hawaiian Gov 6 percent
Haw O Pott Sa4Mp'C
Hilok. R.Co. 6 recent
Hon. Hapll Transit
Ewa Plintil n 6 r rent
Oahu U cV Land Co. ft c
utnu rianiaiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
) OOO.OUI )0:
)n OUO IOOI
I t)0 oon ton!
t )o,ooo too
c a I cc .. fti.n. . . .u . ...
unubo w nuDivuc n, ?o 75 ; 50 mc-
Brvde Pd, n.25; 5 Klhel A, 11.50 j 5 Oo
kala, 19.00; 5 Ookala, 19.00.
WILLARI) E. BrtOWN,
Halstead k Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
ROUKRTS CAMILLB AGAIN.
Ily special rpqiiest Mlas Itolicrts hag
connriilid to appear In "Camlllo" on
Saturduy afternoon, thus nrfcirillUB
this artist another opportunity of
showing IIonoIuliiltcB her great pow
ers. In tho earlier scenes with A r maud
her lnem.iklnK was charming, vthllo in
tho long and trying scene with Ar
maml's father Miss Huberts" acting Is
bu porh, and is worthy of the highest
admiration nnd strongest p raise.
lu the prcxtons production of tho
play the fall of the curtain on this -act
was the signal for a great outburst ot
applause. In tho dying scone Miss
Roberts again scored a triumph. As
Armnnd Duval Mr, Henderson acted
well, and his frenzy In tho hnll room
net was finely depleted, nnd all through
his work met with hearty npproval,
while tho minor parts wcro very' capa
There Is no question that Miss Rob
erts will be greeted ttlth a full house
on this occasion.
Honolulu TenclierH Meet.
Tho Honolulu Circle of the Territor
ial Teachers' Association held Its regu
lar meeting last night at tho High
school and a very Interesting program
was given. A learned paper on "Na
ture Study" wns rend by J. V. Qllmoro;.
"Nature Work, tho Ilasls of Reading"
was a highly Instructive paper, by Mrs.
I.etltl.1 M. Walker. Miss May Laugh
tin contributed an essay on "Nature
Tho Kawalalmo Seminary girls sang
several Bongs, Tho meetings of the
Honolulu teachers grow In Interest
with each session.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
COMMENCING MARCH 18
FOR ONE WEEK.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOUPS,
HARRY DOBSON, Maniger.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a yard up.
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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