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HVENINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. THUIISDAY, MARCH 28, 1901.
NEW Q00DS .
.IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanHed, In any engthj
X Inch to .4 Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal Irom V Inch to 6
Klce Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Profit neon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite, at
If You Are In Doubt
Ask any of the following parties what they
H. May & Co.
Hustace & C6.
Judce W. L. Wilcox
W. C. Peacock & Co. !
Inter-Island S. N.Co.
J. F. Humburg, H.H. & Co.
Hawaiian Carriage MTr Co. .
G. P. Dennison, O'.R. & L.Co. ,
Chief J n Hunt. Hon. F.TJept. -And
dozel& of others.
California Feed Co., Lt .
Sole Agents for U. S.
and it's possessions.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to tha St. flcrmaln.
A piece of music lost. Sco Lost col
There were no sales on chanee this
morning. 4 I
Anil Cnrrlo Nation drinks at th
Where- Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu-
nmi. opposite Chaplain Lane.
The furniture of n six room home
for sale. See Kor Sale column.
I'rlzo shooting at It. Thome's
shooting gallery on IIol.il street.
Trlbuno bicycles, sundries, renting
nnd repairing at Whitman, Co.'s.
Order your wood nnd cotil from the
City Wood and Coal Yards. Tel, Main
Catnara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between Kins and' Mer
chant. Furnished rooms, slnglo or en suite,
very reasonable terms. Orpheum hotel,
The members of Co. A are requested
to assemble this ovcnlng. Business ot
Importance to ho transacted.
The next regular rehearsal ot th
Amateur Orchestra 111 be Tuesday
evening next, April 2d, tfRg o'cli'Ajlc
In tho Y. M. C. A. hall
Pinking, accordion and plneappjt
pleating done at Mrs. Mollis' dressmak
ing parlors. Discount given to the
trac!c. Mrs. A. M. Mellli, J65 Beretanla
"Comodore" after serving James
Lyle faithfully as a. fumlly horse for
several years, died this morning. Tho
animal formerly had no little, fame on
the race track and was sold to his last
owner by Jim (Julnn.
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral tin
equaled. Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
W. & M., Ltd.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a staclCPLsectldns and In J cates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
"Wall, TWioliols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII. '
Mystery of a'Tin .
Box Found Recently
About ten days ago, n tin box was
found under tho Hcalant boat house by
Detective Knapa. In the box were sev-
IetAl. let tore, fame rueTs.i receipts and
in... ...... .'' . . .t.
uuier umiikb ui mi vuiiic .'xi'epi tu inu
owner, wrliuiic aime would appear to be
IMwjnl Dexter. ' 41
How tho box came to be where t
was found. Is a mjstery. It has been
thcro for quite n while because It was
covered with now - corul and small
shells. That It was above water ns
Into ns,May 27, 1900, Is plain, as It con
tains n program of tho patriotic ser
vices held nt Central Union church on
Tho box was not locked when found
nnd It Is tho opinion of Detective Kaa-
pa that lt was stolen, rilled of an) thing
of vnluo It contained end then thrown
Into tho water.
Among tho papers In tho box nro let
ters to Kdwnrd Dexter, showing him lo
hnvo been nn assistant engineer en
gaged In building tho Foufh California
Railroad nt San Junn' Caplstrano. A
list of tho shareholders of the Ilutte
Creek Hydraulic Mining Co., several
receipts nnd n letter dated 1870 to Dex
ter on n letter head from Hdunrd Clay
ton & Co. of San Kranclsco, were In
V. H. Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. K.VWAIAHAO CHURCH
whereby we are again able to roast
ami grind our coffee under our per
sonal supervision, we take pleasure
i jn announcing to our customers, and
the public generally, that we are
now able to furnish them with
of the hign grade that earned for it
the unrivalled popularity it enjoyed.
"Its Name is a Guarantee of
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Henry May i (jo
Doctor Milan Soule, who for many
years was the Surgeon on the S. S.'(i
Australia, says that In all his experi
ence he has never had an artlJe of
food relieve seasick passengers like
Taroena. The great secret Is that it
"stays down'' and brings 'that re
lief sought In taking food on an
empty and upset stomach.
Taroena Is a complete food. It Is
one of the greatest flesh producing
foods In the world because It acts
like a tonic on the stomach, thereby
enabling Its functions to work more
vigorously. TWn people gain two
and three pounds a week. It pro-
Hiiduces sound, healthy flesh. There
8 Ts nothing sifer to ue for the Infant
than this wonderful food. It makes
sound, robust Utile beings and Is a
safeguard against disease.
Price 50c n Piicknftc,
& KJNG, PB1
P O. Box, 386.
The last and most perfect achievement of the "Sonnette"
corsetmakersisthe "Straight Front Corset M-lltnnt"
It Is so simple in design and construction that it needs but a word
of description. The secret of it Jl lies In substituting for gotes,
transverse seams in graceful curves, which adapt themselves to
all figures, thus securing the most comfortable and perfect fit.
lt is made in three or four pieces which, being cut on correct geo
metrical principle's Vith transverse seams running round the body
insteall of up'antf tlbwn, evade all strain ; thus avoiding the ob
jections urged against every other corset The fit is perfect, for
It Is automatic, or self-adjusting, yielding so easily to every
movement tint 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. I he bust is allowed to fall, all pres
sure is removed from the diaphragm and applied to the abdomen
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
Imvjhem'be'cause we have had the privilege ot showing them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET.
HONOLULU 6TOCK BXCHANOB
Honolulu, March 281901.
NAME OF STOCK
C ttrtwtr ACnmranv
NS icniD(i Co, Ui
L It. Kerr & Qo., LtJ,
Ew Plant! Ion Co .
Hiwill in AerlCLliurlCo
Hawaiian (.om AbnU
Hawaiian Sugar Co
ffonomu Sugar Co
Monnkaa Sugar Co
Haiku Surar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhel Plant Co LtJ
KlaFiulu Sugar Co ..
Kbina Sugar Co
Kona Suzar Co . at
NahlkuSug Co. Ltd it
Onom.a Suff.rCn. ...
Ook.l. Sueir Pl.fi Oi.
OI..SJ. Co, LlJ.nl
OLi SuCo.LU. I'Jur)
I'.iuhau Su. I'l.n Co
P.clfie Sutir Milt
P.I. Ilam.ilon Co
W.l.lu. Apr. Co.,
Waltnanalo Suear Co
Walmta Mill Co
VtUln SttamiMn C.n
Inufltlanj Sit am N.Co
Hawaiian Ll.ctrle Co I
non, aiiin Laundry
Mutual T.lirhonc Co
I'lopl.'i let 81 R ft to
Flrit N.tlnn.l n.rU
FIlllA. S. Hank &T. Co
Hawaiian Gov 6p.rc.nt
Hawaiian Gov. j pr c. nt
Haw G Poat Sav.Mprrc
miiu k. k,io. o pir c.nt
Hon. fapll Ti.n.li.
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cot
v.nu , laniation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p t.
Capital i J
l)0 000 I
Joo coo, l
? JO 000 l
. JO.000' I
SALES 5 Mutual Telephone, 59.75;
Mutual Telephone, J9.62JS,
LUAU AT PRINCE RAVID'6.
Tho hpntitlfiil Krounds nt tho home
of Prince Divld Kawnuauako.i were
brilliantly lighted last nlttlit nnd fre
qdentcd liy crowilH of morry making
peoiile. Tho otcnslon of tho gaiety was
a lunii Khrn liy I'rlnco David to all
tho ladles who contributed to tho suc
cors of the Maternity Homo luau
Tho feast last nlxht was served In
tho bungalow nnd tho bill iff faro wns
KoneroiiB. Music anil O.inclng followed
until n Into hour.
The delivery men employed by tho
Honolulu Meat Market Cdmpany struck
fqr higher wages yesterday nfternoon
ami lust their Jobs. Tho torco consist
ed of 'threo drivers nnd tfloy thought
they were tho only men In town who
knew the curves of the streets nnd tho
dwelling places of those who eat meat.
Tho places of the strikers wcro fllled
by men from tho Inside nnd tho patrons
of tho company received their roasts
nml steaks with tho usual regularity.
WILLARD E. rWOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
8 ,T . ...... ...
ine uunn sectional tsooK-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Book Cases g
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
I. O. UOX'oii. PROGRESS BLOCK. PIIONP. 071 H
CLIINTOIN J. MUTCH11NS,
JSLh V ty
PMiiipwiNt ll . v Aye
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Potoflice Box 390. Telephone iG.
MclNERINY BLOCK, FORT ST.
The ltebeknh ball last night was a
grtat miceoss. The two hundred cou
ples who thronged tho floor pronounced
tho ecnlng one of the most enjoyable
they had eer spent
The proceedings opened with tho
regular meeting to comnicmornto th
thirteenth birthday of tho lodge. The
reception nnd dniuo then followed nnd
was participated In by a great many
people. The music was furnished by
tho Hawaiian Quintet Club, ltcfrcaa
uients wcro served.
l'rco Instruction In photography is
offered by tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It Cameras at
25 per cent below list with frco instruc
tion as to tliolr use.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date HnckK nnd
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
COMMENCING MARCH 18
, ;, FOR ONE WEEK.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
manv at less than half opice. Prices from
j rflO cents a'yard up.
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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