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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, APRIL, 1, 1901
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Rain Gauges '
IN LARGE VARIETY,
Black and galvanised, In any ength;
X Inch tc H Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hind,
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from X Inch to 6
Rlci Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fori St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
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'fc Co.
G. P. Dennison, O.R. & L.Co.
. ChH J n Hunt. Hon. F. Dept.
And dozens of others.
California Feed Co., Lt
Sole Agents or 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 fail
to investigate this up-to-date
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. E Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH.
whereby we are again able to roast
and grind our coffee under our per
sonal supervision, we take pleasure
in 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 & (Jo
IN J 24
P 0, BOX, 386.
Doctor Milan Soule, who for many
years was the Surgeon on the S. S.
Australia, says that In all his experi
ence he has never had an article of
food relieve seasick passengers like
Taroena. The great secret Is that It
"stays down" and b'rlngs 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 flesh. There
Is nothing safer to use for the Infant
than this wonderful food. It makes
sound, robust little beings and Is a
safeguard against disease.
Price 50c a Pncknge.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.,
A cottage on Kltiau ttreet to let. See
To Let column.
Antt Carrlo Nation drinks at th
Notice of a Sheriffs tale nppears un
der Ily Authority.
Japanese young couple desire posi
tion. See Want ads.
A choice residence of 12V4 acres for
sale. See for Sale column.
Mali 136 means wood and coal. Ring
'em up for your next order.
I'rlto shooting at W. II, Thome's
shooting gallery on Hots! street.
Some bargains In typewriters are of
fered In the For Sale column today.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. 0. 0. F
meet stonlght at 7:30 In Harmony Hall.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Minnesota has passed a law prohibit'
Ing the sale, manufacture or giving
away of cigarettes.
A notice to creditors cf the estate of
J. C. Long, late of Klhel, Maul, appears
under New Today.
A meeting of tho stockholders of the
Honolulu Stock Yards Co. will be held
on Monday, April IS, nt 2 o'clock p. m.
Ten Japaneso were Ined $5 and costs
In tho Police Court this morning, for
plying the fascinating game of Itusstaa
Ah Pak, a Chinaman, nssaultcd Man
ued Ksplnda with an axe Sunday after
noon and will be tried tomorrow morn
ing before. Judge Wilcox.
The steamer Sonoma due to leave San
Francisco on the 28th of March did not
get away until the 29th. She Is due
hero Thursday but may arrive earlier,
The members of tho victorious Oahu
Collcgo track team will eclcbrato tho
event next Saturday evening at the
Moana hotel. They will bo tho guests
of President A. M. Smith.
Take a ride on tn Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Tho king of cameras Is tho Prcmo.
First In name, first In quality, first In
execution. Plates or Alms.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. oro th.9
solo agents for this exquisite Instru
ment.. All members of the iholr of tho Sec
ond Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral aro requested to be .at re
hearsal tills ccnlug at K o'clock sharp,
at the home of Mrs. C. I). Cooper on
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all tho California fruits of the Bea
con by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
!plcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
The transport Klntuck from Srattlo
brought 800 horses and mules for t'no
army In tho Philippines. She will leave
about Wednesday. Her sister ship the
Pak Ling will said for Manila this af
ternoon or enrly In tho morning.
The City of Peking will bring 100 ne
groes and 73 Italians for tho Hawaiian
Commercial Co's plantation. The Ital
ians como from New Orleans and ar
rangements have been made for them
to work on tho profit rharlng system.
Dr. Rajmond, president of the Uoard
of Health stated at noon today that It
I on Id be from three to five days yet
before anything definite could bo de
termined about the death of the Japan
eso woman, who died at the Japaneso
hospital Friday night.
At the request of President Raymond
a conference of tho Uoard of Health
with members of tho legislative health
committees and newspaper editors and
proprietors was held Sunday afternoon.
The topic for discussion was the course
of action should any plague cases oc
cur In Honolulu. Tho meeting was
without result other than a statement
At the semi-monthly meeting of tho
Ministerial Union this morning, Rev.
0. L. Pearson read a paper, entitled
"Tho Second Coming of Christ; a Past
or Future Kvcnt." Rov, Pearson took
the ground that it was a past event,
having occurred at tho time of the de
struction of Jerusalem. Tho majority
of the ministers present, held the view
that the event of Christ's second com
ing Is In tho future.
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral on
Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
W. & M., Lto.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMANQB
Honolulu, April l, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
C Br war A Come mv. .
NS 'actllDO Co, LM
L.u. Ktrr & 1.0,, UJ
Ew Plantation Co .,,
Hamni Plantation Co
na.aiian uom fit u lo
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Honotnu Sugar Co
Honnkia Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co .
Kahukj Plantation Co
Kmtl Plant Co .LtJ.at)
Kllwll'.Co.LtJ flap I
Kliahulu Sugar Co .,
Koloa Sugar Co ..
Kona Stia.r Co . at
Capital t -3 Ria
".. . c " . ' P1 "
winu surir "-o,
Onomci SujttrCo .
Ookil Suetr Plan, Co.
OIja Su. Co., UJ , Ml
OIowaIh Company ..
Paiuhu Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
PU Plantation Co ..
Pepetkto Sugar Co ..
Wiialaa Ajtr, Co, it
The last and most perfect achievement of the "Sonnettc"
corset makers is the ''Straight Front Corset JVHItant"
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.
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 self-.nliusting, yielding so easily to every
movement that the wearer is unconscious of any feeling of con
straint, an important feature in thb 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
hiiv them because we have had the privilege ot showing them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
1045 FORT STREET.
Walm.a Mill Co
WIMar Staamthlo Cn
Inlrr-lllanl Sl.amN Co
Hawaiian tlactrlc Co
non. stt am LiunJry. .
Mutual Ttttrhon Co
Ptoplt'i lea Si R fg O
Tlr.t National Rink ..
FlntA, S Bank St T. Co
HawallittUov 6 per cant
Hawaiian Gov spar cent
H1I0R. R.Co eprrcanl
non. warn irantll.
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
uanu R St Lan J Co. pr
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
SALES 20 Walalua. tin no: 1000 O
R & L Co's, Si 03. 00; 5 Walalua, (117.00.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
TlaclVc Two Car,oads
lCMlj Just Received
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
P. O. BOX 621
WILLARD E. BrOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichang
OrJcrs for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed .
DURING my temporary absence
cimer u. ration nm
full power of attorney,
act for me under
CL11NTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
keMittpriNe II vy. Xt
iSLj9- j. .TO.
GrounJ Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
More Negroes Coming.
Knoxrllle, Tcnn.. March 18. A col
ony of 100 iiPRrocs loft Kuoxvlllc to
day for Hawaii under n thrco-ycur con
tract to tho Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company. Tho party wua raised
by S. It. Maples, nu inirlllRent negro,
who Roes with tho colonists. In ruls
Ing the party an attempt was made to
get whole families, for tho reason that
the company has had dllnculty In keep
ing American negroes without families
on the plantation. Tho attempt waa
KAIUA0I.A In Hllo, Hawaii, Marck
27, 1901, Mrs. Sam Kaluaola, aged 21
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Tb Erenln Bulletin, ?s cents p
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
PACIFIC CARRIAGE GO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date lltickn 11 nd
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
COMMENCING MARCH 18
FOR ONE WEEK.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a'iyard up.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
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