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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any ength;
Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a fclg supply on hind,
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal Irom V Inch to. 6
Rlct Plows and Breaking Plows,
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
- p mm
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. Peacock & Co.
Inter-Island S. N. Co.
J. F. Humburg, 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.
California Feed Co., Lt .
Sole Agents for U. S.
and it's possessions.
S Another Delegate jt
$ Would be Annexed I
Washington. Captain George V.
Streater "of the Lake Michigan Dis
trict" Is In the city seeking admission
to Congress ns a Territorial Delegate.
Many jears ago Captain Streator was
wrecked on a sand bar In the Chicago
harbor. As the vessel was about all ho
had In the world, he decided to stay on
the bar. After n while the sand began
to roll ii around the cssel until an
Island was formed, which now Is said
to contain S0O ncrcs.
The city of Chicago cast covetous
eyes on the Island and undertook to
gain possessl6n of It. first through the
police and then through the courts. It
failed In both instances. The State of
Illinois then attempted to gain posses
sion of the Island, and was likewise
unsuccessful. Captain Streater then
erected his island Into a Territory,
which he calls the Lake Michigan Dis
trict, and has organized a municipal
nnd Territorial Government. At tho
late election McKlnley received about
three votes to tlryan's one, and Captain
Streater was elected Territorial Gov
He holds that his Island If outside
the jurisdiction of the United States,
nnd seeks admission to the Union by
annexation, as In the case of Hawaii.
He has brought with him all the papers
and credentials. Including a history of
the origin of th,e island and the suits
for Its possession.
Congress having ndjourned, h will
be unable to press his case at present,
but expects to remain hero for some
time preparing a brief which will be
sent to each member of Congress.
Captain Streater saygvthe United States
has never yet declined a proposition
like annexation, and he expects to be
successful. He says he Is In no need
of money, as lots on his islandjnre sell
ing nt very high prices, and he, claims
his Territory is worth more than the
entire State of Nevada. It has h popu
lation of nearly 200 souls and forms
the greater part of the lake front still
a bbKstto (Wit y
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building- a tacl of Actlnn and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
"tVa,ll, IWioliols Co., Ltd.
SOtE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWA1AHAO CHURCH
wherebv we are again able to roast
and grind our coffee under our per
sonal supervisor!, we take pleasure
in announcing to our customers, and
the public generally, that we are
now able to furnish them with
of the hlgn grade that earned for it
the unrivalled popularity it enjoyed.
"Its Name is a Guarantee of
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Doctor Milan Soule, who for many
years was the Surgecn on the S. S.
Australia, says that In allhlsexperi
ence he has never had an article 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. Thin people gain two
and three pounds a week. It pro
duces sound, healthy-Jesh. There
Is nothing safer to use for the Infant
than this wonderful food. It make
bound, robust Utile beings and Is a
safeguard against disease.
Price 50c a Puckagc,
No feature of the Good Roads move
ment has aroused so much interest as
the proposed Good Roads train, under
the direction of Senator 11. A. Earle,
president of the L. A. W.. which Is
Intcndc) 4nbrlnft.& object jlaaaan one
road building Info twenty-five States
61 the Union. The plan Is about ma
tured nnd the train an fissured fact.
About June IS this train, made up of
one coach containing engineers and
workmen, and enough flat enrs to haul
all necessary road machinery, will
leave New York nnd will stop In so-
lected towns long enough to build
sample roads, giving an ocular exhlbl
tlon of how good roads are built and
showing the ery latest improved ma
chlnery, operated by skilled men cm
ployed by the manufacturers.
This Idea originated with Mr. Earle,
who will be dlreotor general of the
trip. There could be no better means
Imagined than this practical demon
stration in road-building to arouse in
terest where lt Is lagging and to create
enthusiasm where none c.er wns. It
will be duly advertised and decorntod.
and will be classed' among the most
noel sights e.er witnessed. The only
condition placed upon securing It Is
this. That one hundred members
must be ndded to the L. A. W. from
the State division before June-1.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to tho St. Germain.
Q. II. Berrey's ofllco. 33 Campbell
Main 136 is the City Wood and Coal
Yard. Try them.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu-
dnu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Green River "whisker without a
headache" Pantheon Saloon.
Prize shooting at V. H. Thome's
shooting gallery on Holl street.
The remainder of tho Shrlncrs will
leae fur tho Coast next Tuesday.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between Kins and Mer
chant. A reliable party wanted to start a
room and boarding house. See Want
nev. Mr. Wcstcrvelt will preach In
English nt Kawalahao Sunday evening,
on "Tho Telescope and the Star."
It Is expected that there will be sev
eral try outs between local roadsters
at Kaplolanl Park tomorrow afternoon;
The steamers Klnnu and Lehua were
reported at 11:45 this morning. At
that time they were said to bo ten miles
oft Koko Head.
Pinking, nccordlon nnd pineapple
pleating done at Mrs. Mrllls' dressmak
ing parlors. Discount gtcn to the
trade. Mrs. A. M. Mollis, 165 Ueretanla
a. Dletz, tho jeweler, has a lot of ex
ceptlonally pretty opal rings on hand.
Ho always carries a large stock of 11 no
Jewelry nnd his repair work is of the
best in town.
The-secrctary of the Department of
Agriculture nt Capo Town, South Af
rica,, has ordered, through Commission
er Taylor fifty plants of the small Ha
Al Kamakele was fined $10 and costs
In Pollco Court for assault and bnttery
on his wife. Ho was prosecuted by
J. T. De Dolt and Is said to be an old
and persistent offendc.
All visiting Elks are Invited to at
tend tho meeting this evening at W'av
erley hall, Bethel street, of tho charter
members of the local (odgo at 8 p. ra.
A good time Is promised.
Miss Katherlno Grnydon, Instructor
of the department of Engtlsh In Oahti
College, expects to lcno for the Main
land In about two weeks. Her health
makes the change n necessity.
Tako a rldo on the Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits n the sea
son b.y every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of trcMi
qpplcs, grapes, orangesetc. Send your
orders-tirphone. No. Main 37S,
If you wint to buy a first class, guar
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for the same
article In Now York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and ask to see their reduced stock.
A splendid treat Is In store for tho
public next Tuesday evening when Lee-
Wurer Ilalnbrldgo will appear In Prog
ress hall. Mr. Ilalnbrldgo will lecturo
on his travels thnt have covered tho
larger part of tho world. Illustrating
The rcdedlcatlon of Kumollllll church
will tako place Sunday afternoon nt 3
o'clock. Addresses will bo made by
tho Res. lncald, Tlmoteo, Parker and
Westervclt. Rev. S. E. Illshnp will
offer tho dedicatory prayer. Music will
bo rendered by the Kawalahao choir.
L j A most elegant, stylish,
L , J sensible
fikfN l3irNW The Krea,est comforter on
"''" 1(32 "rtl'' a" ,he fln"t Pln"
kyyMM in shoe making combined
k2Ei mike this Balmoral tin-
nfljjk Every pair sold cu.ir.w-
fcJJBk tct$ absolute comfort. We
Pa- J are dally receiving testl-
ttti monlals from our customers.
lb SHOE STORE
Henry May & (jo
P O. Box, 386.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Uncles and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
NEW -RAY POWER8.
Washington, March IS. Experiments
with a new process somewhat similar
to the celebrated Roentgen, or X-rays,
are being conducted In Brent secrecy
at a Ilerlln Institute, according to a
communication received at the State)
Department from Consul General
Guenther nt Frankfort, Uermnny. Tho
new species of rays ure mlled Racquor
nl rays, nfter their discoverer, a French
chemist, who first nut his discovery be
fore the public In 1895. In tho furor
which the Roentgen rnys created In
the medical world these Uacqueral rays
were lost sight of.
The experiments are raid to hnvo dis
closed the fact that an entirely new
clement Is responsible for the Ilacquer
al rays and that they render almost
eery transparent BUbttance luminous
in the darkness. Consul General
Guenther says that tho new rays make
it ,pnsslble to tell geuutne diamonds
from artificial ones In the dark, which
fact would prove of grat practical Im
portance In testing. The experiments.
It Is stated, also 3iaVe decnonstarted
that rays emanating Irom a larger
quantity of 'the now elvneqt make the
air such a conductor of electricity as to
promise that the property can be utiliz
ed in wireless telegraphy, ,
Tbftfresult of the experiments, It is
stated, will be laid before Empet-qr Wil
liam, "which," says tho('ou(il General,
"seems to Indlcato that, tho discovery
Is regarded as one of great Importance,"
"Ah, yes." sighed the lovelorn youth
'Tin pabslonatcly In love with Miss
Von Klckel I wonder If I will ever suc
ceed In winning her uffertlonB."
"Why not'" replied his Cousin Helen
"I know of at least half a dozen men
V.I10 have." Philadelphia Press.
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 -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 nil 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 that the wcirer 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" nosltlon. 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
huv them because we have had the privilege of showing them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STRBET-
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
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fcn UNEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOW
LOU OF COLOUR.
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bjr lha Lri,lkif Fbriktaa
of U Countries.
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Dm aw UUtkm lU Tm
Sooa fcctof btck
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and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P.O. UO.XCii.' PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE. 071
CLINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
FIRE XJAM MARINE
McINERNY BLOCK, FORT ST.
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C Brwr & Comrinv
NS achDO Co.LtJ
L.U. Kerr & Co., L.J ,.
Ewa Pljnfitfofi Co ...
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niwnan uom au o,
Hiwjiitn Sizt Co
Uonomu Sujrjr Co
MonokiSufr Co ...
Mt'ku Supar Co
Khuku Pi nut ion Co
MMI I' v,o i.u rj up I 1
Kolo Suir Co .
Kona Sujir Co.. ai .
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Oaliu Sc jar Co,
Ookaja Suyar Plan Co,
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OlaaSu Co.LtJ pJupf
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Su;ar Mill ...
Pala nantatlon Co ..
Ptpttkto Surar Co .
PlonmMilICo .. ,
Watatua Ajrr Co. at
Waiiuku Surar Co
Waltnanalo Sucar Co
Walma Mill Co
lntrrUlanl Stim N.Ca
Hawaiian LUctrl: Co
non Kpu i.SLanito
non 3am Laundry
Mutual Ttlrrhnni Ln
ftopit t icc & K t g to
First National Rank .
First A, S Hank t T. Co
Hawaiian Gov, $ percent
nawu rosidav4Hpcrc .
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Hon. Napll Trnslt..
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alua, $117.12;.; 5 Walalua, $ 117.00.
WILLARD E. BteOWN.
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities,,
407 Fort Street,
Members Honolulu vf'
Stock and Bond Exchange!
Stock and Bond Broken
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders for the purchase- or site of stocks
ana ton Js 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.
Postotlice Box 390. Telephone 1G9.
VihenYou Warjt a rig
RING UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : : i
..lis fort arrant.
BUble 'Phone, 477
.feck Stand 'Phones, S19 and 7t .
0. H. BELUlfA.'
The ever popular Rainier beer U be
coming a household word and "wttl
you have a glass of Seattle," la mor
often beard than anything else. Tlw
Criterion Saloon ba the beer 00 tap or
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
COMMENCING MARCH 18
FOR ONE WEEK.
ILKS - SATIN:
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins, ijb
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a'yard up.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
jim. trw s.i
NO. 10 FORT STREET.,
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