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EVENING BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, H, T., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1901.
Boston Building ,
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
DONE IN CRAYON
Pictures framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
N'ew Moaldlngs for frames
KING AND ALAPAI STREETS
.JAR HONOLULU STOCK VABLiJ
TELEPHONE 869. ,
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. Dennlson, 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.
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Wall, UNTiolxols Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
Sign and -Ornamental
All Work Guaranteed.
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 pubjlc generally,1 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 TRfAK.
Henry May & (Jo
P O. Box, 386,
Easter Eggs !
All Styles and Sizes
Panorama Eggs, from 5c to $2.50
each. Glass Eggs in Baskets,
Hot Cross Buns
One a penny, two a penny,
Two a penny Buns I "1
One a penny, two a penny,
Hot Cross Duns.
Please send In vour orders early for Friday
delivery to the
New England Bakery
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " E.xpanslon."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
Doctor Milan Soule, who for many
years was the Surgeon on the S. S.
Australia, says that In all Ills experi
ence he has never had an article of
food relieve seasick passengers like
Taroena. The great secret Is thaUt
"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 tlesh. There
Is nothing safer to use for the Infant
than this wonderful fo6d. It makes
sound, robust little telngs and Is a
safeguard against disease.
Price 60c a Package,
-. r "SB2fitw
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union
Up-to-cliite HiicUh untl
AT AM. HOUPS,
MAItftY POUbON, Manager,
President John Ena
Talks of Strikes
In speaking of the strike among the
mates of the steamers of his company,
President John Ena said this morning,
that, while the company would be put
to Borne Inconvenience for the time
being, he did not anticipate any great
It has been decided 'o take the fol
lowing action, with regaid to the run
ning of the steamers' until help nr
rives: As the steamers from the other
Islands arrive, their captains and
mates will transfer to steamers which
have been loading here during the
time the others were nway. In this
wny, It Is figured that eight out of the
elecn steamers will be kept running.
Already some of the men are show
ing signs of weakening and yesterday
and today, three asked to be allowed
to return to work. They were taken
back as others will u If they change
their minds before the men from the
As Mr. Ena explains the matter, It
will go hard with the striken, most
of whom are not competent to pass an
examination for papers entitling them
to work as mates In other vessels than
the local fleet. T,hoe who have 'Bus
ed the trouble are men who have deep
water papers. These men can get po
sitions on sailing vessels and steamers
that their papers, entitle them to, but
most of the men In the strike have It
censes for Hawaiian waters only.
Continuing, Mr. Ena cxpressul his
confidence In the captains who, unsoli
cited, decided to stand by the com
pany In Its troubles. -The company will
make It a point to remember theso
ROOT'S PACIFIC TRIP
New York. March 2fi. A special to
the Tribune from Washington says:
At the present time there stem no
doubt that General Corbln will mnki
the trip to the Philippines although
Mr. Hoot's mind Is not yet fully made
up, nor can It beftiatll he knot th
conditions of the fuibllc buslnws after
ho reaches San rrnmlseo and feels
that there are not likely to be an un
usual number of demands on him In
(he War Depai tmrnt to make the long
trip to the Philippines and return nd
The trlji would Keep Secretary Hon!
nnd Gen. Corbln nway from Washing
ton fully three months nnd possibly
four. Leaving San frinclsco the mid
die of May on the fastest transport
available they could not Arrive In Ma
nlla before June 7 or S. It l their
purpose to stay at least n mouth In thp
Philippines, so that they could not
start-for home before the first or sec
ond week In July, which would land
them In San Francisco In August.
Bullock on Klmbnlt Boat Sate.
John H. Ilullock, representing the
Kimball SteaniBhlp Co., stated to a
Dulletln reporter today, that he- knew
nothing of the reported sale of the com
pany's boats, printed In the late papers
from the Const. He Mild that somo
time ago, an option wns given on all
the boats owned by the company and
that It may be true the option was tak
en. The boats covered by the option were
the Noo. Aloha, Sequoia, Albion, Hen
Hie K John S. Kimball and the brig
Wnlmen Stnbles Incorporated, ,
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed with the lie-usurer by the Walmea
Stables, Ltd. The Incorporators nrn
C. D. Hofgaard, K. Onibted, T. Hrandt,
H. C. Mablum nnd Jos. M. MiClellnn.
all of Wulmea, Kauai,
The enpltnlJs 15000 divided Into 100
shares of SS0 each. The business of
tho corporation will be that of carry
ing on a livery stable, draylng nnd the
buvlng nnd sclllrc of live stuck. Op
tion Is reserved to Increase the capi
tal to j.'s.uuv. me prinicpai place or
business will be at Walmea.
So Many cl'oplo are Exposed to rain,
cold and storms, that It Is neeess.ny
that they should liavo something to
rounteract fxe effects. A inlxturo of n
tenepoonful of I'AIN-KILLUIt hi water
sweetened, will stimulate the system
nnd'ward off any possibility of eold It
lias oecn uhpiI for sixty jcars nil ovc
the world, mill millions testify to Its
sterling worth. There Is but ono I'nlii
Killer. Perry Da- !b' 1'rlco 25c. nnd 50c
News and Opinions !
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W, Contains Both. W
fix Dally, by mill
$G a yrar
Dally sod Sur.Jay, by wall ?8 a ytir
The Sunday Sun
k Is the (jrcitttst Suiulny News.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Qrcen Hirer "whiskey without a
headache" Pantheon Saloon.
Hev. George Glover t a visitor from
tun Colonies arriving In the Ventura.
A capable typewriter and stenogra
pher waqts 'employment, Read Wants.
Order your wood and coal from the
City Wood nnd Coal Yards. Tel, Main
A meeting of the Honolulu Urcwlng
Co. will be held on Saturday at 10:30
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Mrs. William Morris Klncald goes
to tlio Coast for her health In the next
Charley Hamsey, the manager of the
Clltc Ice Cream Parlors, leaves for the
Mainland on the 23d.
Thero will be a special meeting of
Lodge Lo Progres this ecnlng at 7:30.
Work In the first degree.
Tako a ride on the Pacific Heights
Electric Hallway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Hound trip 10 cents.
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve tho suc
cess with which their efforts have- been
A championship basket ball gamo
will be played at the Y M. C. A. gym
nasium Saturday evening at 7:30. The
teams are the Malle-Ulma, champions
at last ) car's tournament and the
Business Men, champions this oar. No
Milk Case in the
, Supreme Court
The case of the Territory s. Abreu
was heard by tho Supreme Court this
forenoon. Abreu was convicted and
fined J30 In the District Court for sell
Ing adulterated milk. The case was
appealed on points of law. The Terrl
tory was represented by Deputy Attor
ney General Cathcart. I. M. Wall ap
peared for the defendant.
This afternoon the Coign will take
up tho case of C. II. Wilson vs. Her
MINOR MATTERS IN COURT.
In tho matter of the guardianship of
Georgo 8. Houglltnlllng, an Insane per
son. Inventory was filed today fiy O.
W. Iloughtalling, guardian, showing
property to the amount of $2330.50.
Motion to refund the purchase money
paid for lotB by the High Sheriff
undcr'executlon against Akol and J. II.
Darcnaba to C. Ilolte Avas filed this
morning In Circuit Court by the pur
chaser. Tho amount asked to bo re
funded Is C0.
Notice of appeal was filed today In
the Circuit Court by the defendant In
the suit of Q. II. Ilerry vs. Geo. N. K.
Harrison nnd Mary Harrison tried bo
foro District Magistrate Lyle A. Dick
ey. Tho Judgment In tho lower court
wns for 3129 and cost
Uy agreement of counsel In tho mat
ter, Judgo Humphrey signed a com
mission this morning authorizing Fos
ter I'ruyn an attorney at Albany to
take tho deposition of Mary II S. Da
vis In the rase of the application of the
Carter minors for an increased allow
John Gandnll of Kauai nnd Miss May
Manchester of San Kranclsco were mar
ried at tho home of Mr, and Mrs. W. 11.
Wright, Ktunia street, Saturday night.
The newly married couple arc spending
their honeymoon In the city.
Police Court NotcH.
Fifteen cav s were on the docket toJav
In the Police Coutt, and all were convicted
with the exception of three. Four drunks
cuntilbuted theli I2 to the public fur.d.
N S. Smith was given jo days for va
grancy. Three cases of assault and bat
tery were tried and cnvlcted. Two affrays
were also dealt with. Kami got todays
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
aqci4'H' - oaic -
fFot pcitticiifa: ice out Ciicj av: in
Vfiilucij &9llarfi, lb.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
I'. O. DOX 621. PROGRESS
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHINS,
BM. IS. 1 OUTn y.
MclNERNY BLOCK, FORT ST.
COMMENCING MARCH 18
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,.
many at less than half price. .Prices from
10 cents a'vard up.
A most elegant, stylish,'
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral un
Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
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C .7 j.
FOR ONE WEEK.
Honolulu, April 3, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brwr Si &meany.
N.S chtDG Co, Lit
L.ll. Km 81 to,, LtJ ,.
Htmoa PUntitlonCo ,.
Hawaiian Com &Su Co
Hawaiian Suear Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honnkaa Sugar Co
l,alt Ci.aa. I a
KahuVu Plantation do
minium augar o
Koloa Surar Co
ICona Surar Co. at
riir.il Ciiaaa I A
Onom Sugar ?o
Oofuit Sujrr Pun Co
Oli Su. Co.Lti , Ml
Paiuhiu Su. Pln Co
P1I1 Ptintition Co
PtPVo Surar Cn
Wililui Ajcr, Co, m
t f ;o.
Wiltninilo Surar Co !
tntcfttUni Sttini N Col
Hiwillin I lttf it (a
Hon St am LiunJn
Pffoplc't lei A H I c Col
Ftr.t National Bank .-
FlrtA S Dank & T. Co
Hawaiian ( nMrmi
Hawaiian Gov, $ pr rtnt
HtloK. R.Co 6rrcni
Hon. Mir 1 Trnli
Ewi Plantal'n t per ctnl
uanu 1'ianiaiion ope
OI11 Plantation 6 p c.
alua, IIO.50; 5 McBryde A, 8.00; JW
lua, 1 if.3f; 5 Walalua, 1 10.25
Pacllic Sugar Mill, sV-
WILLAHD E. BtOWN,
Halstead & Co,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eiching
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly eAecu ted.
DURING mv temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. I'aston will act for me undo
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoftice Box 300. Telephone 1G5.
TUU8T 8TOHY ODNIIID.
Clc eland, 0., March 2C I'ronilncot
stockholders as veil as tho officials oC
tho American Ship Building Coinpiny
In this city, deny that the, Morjiau bjh
dlcntu Is cndcatoriiir, to sccurn control
of their company. It la pointed oat
that Senator Manna, who Is report
to e negotiating tb deal with J. l'ler
punt .Morgnn Is u ery small stockhol4
ir tu the American Shipbuilding Com
pany. It Is suld that Mr, Hanna caa
trols less than fte per cent ot V&m
tuck. Mr, James C. Wallace, a Urs
stockholder, and general manager oC
the company, Bald today; "I urn 0011
live there Is nothing In the story."
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