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VBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.,WEDNESDAY, MCH. 20, 1901.
IN LARGE VARIETY.
Black and galvanised, In any cngth;
H Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from V Inch to 6
Inch thick. ,
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Singly or En Suite, at
If You Are In Doubt
Ask any of the following patties what they
H. May & Co.
Hustace & Co.
Judge W. L. Wilcox
W. C. Peacock & Co. .
Inter-'sland S. N. Co.
J. F. Humburg, H.H. & Co.
Hawaiian Carriage M'fj; Co.
G. P. Dennison, O.R. & L.Co.
Chief J H.Hunt. Hon. F. Dept.
And dozens of others.
California Feed Co., Ltd.'
Sole Agents for U. S.
and it's possessions.
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 fall
to investigate this up-to-date
"OTa.ll, HXTiojfcLOls Oo-, Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
CHANGE COURT TERM
Chief Justice Frear In bis annual re
I recommend that instead of holding
four terms of three weeks each of the
Supremo Court yearly, only one term
of Indefinite duration be held to be
gin, say, on the first Monday In October
or perhaps a little earlier. This would
make It possible for the court to s't
during a short period at such Intervals
as should appear best, ns for Instance
during a portion of each month, untlU
the following summer, and then ad
journ for the warm months, ns Is the
practice In some other Jurisdictions
Among the advantages of this plan
nre tho following, bearing in mind that
It now gcncrnlly takes the entire
term of three weeks to hear all "the
cases on the calendar and that the
court does not sit again for three
months. (1) This would enable the
court to Wth hear and decide cases
more speedily after appeals are taken.
At present, If a case is appealed Just
after a term. It Is not heard until tho
next term and then may not ba dccldcJ
until near the following term, owing
to tho large number of other cases to
bo decided. Under tho proposed plan
a case may be heard a few weeks at
Wost after an appeal Is taken and may
bo decided within n few weeks more,
on account of the small number of
cases submitted at one time. (2) It
sometimes haptens that n member of
tho court is ill or absent during an
entire term of three weeks. It Is then
necessary to call In Circuit Judges and
members of the bar in all cases hennl
at the tAm. This Is very unsatisfac
tory to both the bench and bar. Un
der the proposed plan. If a member of
the court were 111 or absent for e few
weeks, substitutes would have to. be
called In for a few cases only. (3) If
for any reason n case should bo con
tinued it would not be necessary to con
tinue It until the next term. It could
be continued for a short period.
Rapid Transit Extcnalono.
Tho trustees of Oahu College havo
made the Rapid Transit and Land
Company an offer of" a bonus of $23.
000 for the extension of their electric
railway from Its intersection of Puna
hou Hrcet to the College Hills tract
The matter Is now In the hands of n
committee, which will report to the
directors of the Ilapld Transit Co.
Tlio officers of the street railway
compvny and the members of the nego
tiating committee refuted to make any
statement for publication further than
that at present there has been no den
consummated; The negotiations havo
been In progress for some time.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Uerrey's ofllco, 33 Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kinney left tor Maul
yesterday by the Claudlne.
Green Hiver "whiskey without a
headache" Pantheon Saloon.
Tribune bicycles, sundries, renting
and repairing at Whitman & Co.'s.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea Btreet between King and Mer
Furnished looms, single or en suite,
very reasonable terras. Orpheum hotel,
Senator Carter Is quite III and It Is
probabto that he will not be out for a
week or, so yet.
Tho Walker Cyclcry has tho cheap
est bicycle storo In Honolulu. Tako a
look at their stock.
Cloud II. Kinney, bookkeeper of tho
Illlo-l'una railroad left town for Hllo
on yesterday's Klnau.
Jas. F. Morgan will act as the auc
tioneer at the Oahu College sale of lots
on Saturday at 2 p. m.
A number of the Shrlners and their
wives were present at the deliberations of
the Senate and House this forenoon.
Mrs. W. M. Kincald leaves on the
next Mariposa for the Coast where she
will spend some months with friends. ,
V. E Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWA1AHAO CHURCH.
Henry May & (jo.
24 Telephones 22.
You've got to use a little science In, I
your poultry yard. To make hens
lay there Is nothing better than
Abound package will be a fair test
for a dozen fowls for 6 weeks at a
cost of only 15c. Try It.
To keep fowls healthy they must
be free from vermin. The AtEDlCAL
EGG answers two purposes keeps
off lice and answers as a nest egg at
same time. They are filled with
combination of drugs that throw
out a strongodor which destroys
vermin. Keeps roaches away too.
Just In per
S. S. "Zealandia"
Fresh Eastern & Coctall Oysters
Fresti 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 Waiklki
and Palatini, and the best of atten
RoHamond Soiled Alone,
There was no race today between tho
Roft.imond and Olympic to see which
vessel would go to sea first. This Is
the first time In many sailings that tho
Ilosamond has not left Honolulu in
company with the bark nnd Captain
Ward of the schooner will not be kept
on the anxious scat this time for fear
of the Olympic beating him to San
Francisco ns she has dono heretofore
every time they have left together.
Cuptuln Ulbs of the Olympic hopes
to.be in company with his rival again
in about two months.
WEST THE PAINTER. 90 King St.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed.
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the TERRITORY STABLIiS
COMPANY. LTD., at the c ffice of the com
pany on King St.. Honolulu, on Wednes
day, the 27th day of March, 1901, at 10
0 ciock a m. 1
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
President Territory Stables Co., LU'
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
OF 310 ,.
Coiner Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
t$6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Magnet's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A complete flctorl
al cucyclopaxlia a
book contains msn
hitherto unknown or
and educative b ones
to liotM'i, cattle
sheo? and swine; bIh
poulUT.dcf i, bee out
lure. Including th
tare of fruit tree., etc
1,200 pl. ovei
absolutely the Until
and niA.t vain. hi,
r .1:YMSk9I(H world. .It alio cou
vriiXuSS&QJsaiyH """ IT sreclul col-
s-2?tIsHS5!B erea titles, ir j-ol
Xb1bSkbM dcslro Hits book, ti'iij
price. $2.90. and vt
will forn anl tha bonk
to JOU. K It ll D04
satisfactory, return II
and we vl II exchange
It or refund vout
mney. Bend for our special llutrted catalogue,
uotins the lowest prices on books, mi, We
an sate j-ou money. Addrets at I orders to
THE WERNER COMPANY,
.SU.ttrl ass Bfsur.ctv.rs. Akron, Ohio,
ITS. Wtrcr Ca.y U thoroughly nlLbU.)-ldUos.
IN I FtUN
AND GET IN
THE BAND WAGON!
T.'io funeral of the late Marcus Col
burn was held from St. AndroWsr
Cathedral at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The interment was in Nuuanu ceme
tery. Thero will be a special meeting of
tho stockholders of tho Territory Sta
bles Co., Ltd., at the oOlce of the coin,
pany on King street on Wednesday,
March 27th n't 10 o'clock a. m.
Those who have mnde their reserva
tions at Wall, Nichols & Co. had better
call und get their seats as tickets will
be held only until 12 o'clock. If not
called for then they will be resold.
The Hammer pinto Is tho only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely in a warm climate.. It does
not frill or spot and Is quicker than
lightning. Tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. sole agents. It '
Trrbso wishing rel)ah!e horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
tho Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
W. C. Wecdon left for the Maunalcl
plantation yesterday In the Klnau. Ho
wns accompanied by T. McCants Stew
art and Oeorgo Weight. It will be re
membered that Mr. Stewart has been
nppoiutcd receiver of Maunalcl.
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits of the sea
son by every cold storago steamer, lie
always has on hand a stock of fresh
ipples, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
A called meeting of tho stockholders
of the Pala Plantation Company was
held it tho ofilccs'of Alexander & llnlfl
wln this morning. The only business
transacted wns the formality of ap
proving certain minor changes In the
The special committee unpointed by
the House relativo to tho present meth
ods of granting liquor licenses wilt
meet tonight nt 7 o'clock In tho Capitol
A number of citizens have been notified
by letter to bo present for the purpose
of giving testimony.
I,. Tcnny Peck of Kenova, West Vir
ginia, who arrived on tho Sierra, has
taken up his duties in tho ofilccs of the
Rapid Transit & Land Company as
treasurer of tho company. Mrs. Peck
arrived with blm and they expect to
inaTio Honolulu their permanent home.
Among tho passengers for Maul ports
In tha Claudlno yesterday afternoon
were tho following! Mr. and Mr. J.
M. Dowsctt, Dr. nnd Mrs. Whitney, R.
r. Carr. Edward C Drown, Miss Ed
wards, Dr. Raymond, Rov. J. E. Kcklpl,
Rov. J. O. Kina and Rev. and Mrs. J. K.
H. Hackfcld & Co. havo brought suit
agaliMt tho Grossman Ilros. for fore
closure of mortgage on a bill of $1750
alleged to have been contracted by tho
defendants. The land mortgaged Is u
certalu tract of lund In Olaa nnd Is tho
coffee plantation owned by tho defen
dants. This suit has been (lied In the
Circuit Court of tho Fourth Circuit.
L I A most e'(Kant, stylish,
lviBfjigW The greatest comforter on
m'Bk , 'aSl ti,th' a" the finesl P0,nt
.VyaHs In shoe making combined
Hj2i ,0 ln3'KC "1's Balmoral tin-
0lk Every pair sold guaran-
narjHHk tees absolute comfort. We
J are dally receiving testl-
jjjr , monlals from our customers.
ft SHOE STORE
' SOLE AGENTS.
W. & M., L.
The last and most perfect achievement of the "Sonnette''
corset makers is the "Straight Front Corset M lltant"
It is so simple in design and construction that it needs but. a word
of description. .The secret of it -11 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 transverscseams 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 is1 automatic, or self-adjusting, yielding so easily to every
movement that the wearer is unconscious of any feeling of con
straint, an important feature In this climate.
it, as the name implies, produces the fashionable effect upon
the figure. The wearer at once, and of necessity, assumes the
"military" position. Die bust is allowed to fall, all pres
sure Is removed from the diaphragm and applied to the abJomen
and the new position is far more graceful 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
buy them because we have had the privilege of showing them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET-
8 the Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
P. O. UOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK.
CLINTON J. HUT-CHINS,
'IC is. II quV jn
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Honolulu stock BxcniiiaiWm
Honolulu, March ao, loot. jF a- s
NAME OF STOCK fM f Bid Ask4 A' .- A
MERCANTILE. , U
!,oro.cx 400,,,... 15? K
&,coe i mi, ,T . M, F.
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loo ., ' 4 n3sVH
"oo jot v art Smizm
loo So , v f "t tnm
loo ll ITS f,'l I" 1H
oo to i- 'Tii.JsM
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io ns u ' t js$m
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500M0 100 s m ?, "; . k. -fMfM
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C. Brwf A Company..
N.S 5achiDG.Ca, Ltd
Ew PUntitlorCo ..,
Hamna Plant JtffinCn
Hawaiian .om.citbu 1.0.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Cn ....
HonnkaaSuefr Co ....
MalLit C,.if fr.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kljatmtu Sugar Co..
Koloa Sugar Co
Kna Sugar Co.. at..
Onorrtj Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu. Co., UJ.. l
Olowalu Comrany , ..
Paunait Su, Plan. Co
Pacific Suear Mm
Pala Plantation Co ..
Prffckeo S ar Co .
Walatua Agr Co., if
Walanat Company ,
Waltuku Sugar Co..
waimanaio sugar Co
WllJttf Sfmhlr rn.
tntff!UnJ Steam N.Col
Hawaiian Blfctrlc Co
Hon. Rapid T.&t Land Co
non. sivam Launiry. , . .
Ptoplt't l & R'l'g Co
Flrat National Dink
FlrilA.S. Bank &T. Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 prr cent
Hawaiian Gov. $ per cent
H1I0 R, R, Co. 6 prr cent
Hun. Napll rrnlt. ..
Ewa Ptantat'n 6 per cent
Oahu R it Land Co.pr c
wanu tianiaiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
SALES 30 O. R. & L. Co., 5105.00 j 5
U.S.N.Co., 111.50 i 5 McBryde A, 8.75;
w McUryJe A, 8.75 ; 50 Ewa, 28.00 ; 10
Ewa, 28.00 j 25 Oahu, 162.50 ; 6-Oahu,
WILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
fialstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
M News and Oninions ii
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W National IrnDortancc iii
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2 The Sunday Sun a?
fj Is the greatest Sunday News- Oj
ffi paper in the world. JTJ
f rice 5c. 1 copy. By mall, $2 a year jy
(ft AJii.H THE SUN. N.w York. U
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Published in Hilo.
Is a pretty
good paper for
(92.50 per an
who use Its c
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
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FOR ONE WEK.
IV JVj I I -V Mr
AVe will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a yard up.
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NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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