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', APtltLQ 1901.
We Have Moved
TO 125 MERCHANT ST.
NEAR FORT. GROUND
FLOOR AND HAVE
a new two story houe, six
rooms, en Lunalllo St.
FOR SALE -
Houses and Lots,
ON EASY TERMS
A fine piece of property on
House and Lot, cheap, on
And many other bargains In
CALL AND INVESTIGATE
C. E. MOORE & CO.
WE WANT THE
IS A NEW THIN'P HERE.
But is not new In otlur Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, no
matter how large or small, we will paint
It for them at a small ccst. and, If It Is not
satisfactory, they need not pay for It. The
fifty roofs that we have painted In the last
two months, are all giving the best of
satisfaction. See testimonials nt the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United Stites and
"VITall, 3Tiolxols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
AH Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWA1AHAO CHURCH.
whereby we are again able to roast
and urinti 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 furnUh them with
of tiie hign grade that earned for it
the unrivalled popularity it enjoyed.
"Its Name is a Guarantee of
and Quality. '
GIV.E IT A TRIAL.
Henry May & (jo
I TELEPHONES- (22
J ' MAIN 24
P O. Box, 38G. (.92
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;
One a penny, two a penny,
Hot Cross Buns.
Please send In your 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 " Expansion."
The busy man should not fall
to Investigate this up-to-date
"Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Taroena with many
doubts as to so starchy a fooj agreeing
with me. To my surprise, 'I aroena
and my stomach have aUvjys remain
ed on the best of terms, to my great
satisfaction and comfort." JAMES
STI.WSON, M. D., Watsonvllle, Cal,
" 1 have had occasion to test the
merits of a great number of prepared
foods while treating cases of seasick
ness. I find none 01 them half as use
ful as Taroena Food. 1 am thoroughly
convinced that Taroena Is the most
nutritious food I have ever used.?'
MILAN SOULE, M. D.. Steamship
"My experience with Taroena war
rants me In recommending It as one of
the most valuable of the farinaceous
foods. It Is particularly suited to all
inflammatory conditions of the gastric
Intentlnal tiact. When made Into the
form of a gruel and Iced it Is retained
when other foods are rejected.' F.
R. DAY, M. P., Honolulu.
"Tatoena Food Is a most wholesome
and nutritious article of diet, Invalu
able to dyspeptics. I knew of nothing
to equal It, 'I he stomach wl I retain
it When nothing else." GEOKGE
HERBERT, M L Honolulu.
TOK SALE UY
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
JJp-to-date Hucks and
Responsible Drlvirs -
AT ALL HOURS.
'HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
Special Hatter services have been ar
ranged nt nil the churches In the city
tomorrow. At the Central Union church
the program of music morning and
cM'nlng Is mile elaborate. Besides the
numbers assigned to tbc choir la the
biornlug there will be special pieces
by l'rof. A. II. Ingnlls and solos by Mm.
A. II. Otis. The evening service will
have even better music. The prelude
trio, organ, violin and vlollncello, will
be by l'rof. A. 1). Ingalls, .Miss Ida U.
Barber and Harold Mott-Srultb. Spe
cial parts will be taken by Mrs. Otis,
Miss Barber, Miss UrUwold, Mrs. J. T.
McDonald and Miss U. A. HaUteud.
The choruses at these tervlres will bo
Kaster services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral will lie ut : IS a. m. nnd 0:30
p. in. Aside from a One program of
music by n special choir. Mrs. C. II.
Cooper will sing a solo.
At the Methodist rhurch, Caster ser
vices begin at 11 o'clock a. m. In thn
evening at 7:30, nn Kaster concert will
be given by the members of tbc Sunday
At Kawnlahao church special ser
vices will Ik held tunrii'ug and evee
Ing. Rev II. II. I'arhet will preach li.'
Hawalli 1 In the morning. In the even
ing Ilev. V. I). Wcstcrvclt will prencl
on "How Kaster Came."
At Bishop Memorial chapel a fpecti.1
service has been arranged beginning
at 11 o'clock i. m.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathedral
wilt be held as follows:
Easter Eve 7:30 p. m.( Hventong.
Easter Day C a. m.. Holy Commun
ion; 7 n. m., Choral celebration of tlio
Holy ComnVinlon; 11 a. in., Matlnc and
sermon; 3:30 p. tu.. Pule Alilahl; 7:30
p. m., Hwnsong and s''mon.
Kaster Monday and Tuesday i 30
a. in.. Holy Communion; 0 a, m. Ma
tins; 5 p. ni Evensong.
"And note, that every pnrlsbluncr
shall communicate at the least three
times In the ycir. of which Easter to
bo one." From the Book of Common
Tho services nt St. Clement's chapel
on Kaiter ilny will be ns follows.
Holy Communion at 7 a. m.; Matins,
Holy Communion nnd sermon 13 03
n. m.; Evensong nnd sermon. 7:K p. m.
The mnsl" and the decoration will
be nppruptlnte to the occasion.
JARED SMITH'S WORK
Jared Smith, the director of the
agricultural experiment station for
this place, who nrrhcil in the Sonoma
yesterday, had a talk with Governor
Dolo this morning with respect to bis
lino of action In connection with the
establishment of tho experiment sta
tion. Mr. Smith will go up ou Tantalus
early .Monday to look over the land
which It is proposed, il'ull be med us
an experiment station. Not until then
will he bo able to lay his plans. How
ever, It Is nssured that the station will
bo on Tumulus as this Is the most
available property for the purpose that
Ik owned by tho government.
As ionn ns tlui exact location for the
headquarters have been stXllid nn.
tho goerument will proceed to clear
the bind and put up fences for tha pro
jection of the place.
The name of the station will be the
Hawaii Agricultural Station In confor
mity with government station through
out the States and Territories of tbi
8II0YVBD TlllillJ APPRECIATION
Tho pusscngcrs aboard the Sonoma
so much appreciated tho wo,r); of Chief
Engineer A, I). Little In getting over
fourteen knots out ut tliu Sonoma with
only one engine that they addressed
thn following communication to him,
the majority of the passengers attach
ing their names tu It:
"Archibald I). Little. Chief Engineer S
"Dear Sir: We, who hnve been pas
sengers on this cm infill voyage of the
good steamship Sonoma, beg that you
will accept this evidence of our sin
cero appreciation of tho conMimmntp
skill nnd rare good Judgment with
which our duties hao been perform
ed. Wo feel that no praise can bo too
high for the engineer oilVer, who. Ilnd
Ing one engine dlH.ibld, with tho ro
malnlng one gets uboe fourteen knotu
an hour of speed out of his ship, and
we believe also that to your well
known nblllty and rapacity this tribute
Is due. We beg to assuro you, sir, of
our deepest consideration mid qsteem
Yours friends "
V A. (-'. Hawkins, manager of the
Hongkong nnd Shanghai bank accom
panied by his wife Is returning to
Hungknng In thn Gaelic.
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rt-i ( iti4 n.r4 u.'.ictt t
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by U.O.O Jillnj Hi J!.Li
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t)Ml mot lAllin l4 TuV
6000 bring! back
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"; frw" u j ia(uiu tmi imici.u
wholilf no. Ku LkfiKMe. P011.
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SATURDAY,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Main 136 Is tho City Wcfod and Coal
Yard. Try them.
For straight or mixed drinks, go to
tho Pantheon Siloon. j
The Oaellc sails for the Orient at 5
o'clock this nfternuon. I
G. Dlctz, tho Jeweler, has lost a bunch
of keys. Seo Lost column, I
An experienced engineer doslrcs a
position. See Want column I
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu-'
anu. opposite Chaplain Lane. I
Col. A. K. McCluro has withdrawn
from tho Philadelphia Times. I
Maurlco Itarrymoro the actor, has'
been commlttco to tho Insane as) turn.
Mccly furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Port St., J1.60 per week up.
I. Plato and C. Wcntscl German tra
velers arrived In the Gaelic this morn
ing. Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea 'street between KJng and Mer
chant, Tannkn, n Jnpaticso milkman was ar
rested this afternoon fcr selling adul
Ulcyclc thieves nave paid the Cus
toms llouso n visit. In the past week
two wheels have been stolen.
C. C. Nichols n well known banker
of Ohio Is n visitor from tho Mainland.
Ho Is nccompanled by hts wife.
A young man quite well known In
town was caught smuggling forty ci
gars from tho (Jkellc this afternoon.
Prof. V. Iloglo removes corns with
out pain and successfully treats In
growing toe nails. Hoom 8, Elite lll'k.
The banquet of the Independents
which wns to have taken place tonight
nt the Moann hotel, has been postponed
Senator Ttusscl wns again absent
'rom the Scnnte this morning. He was
to hnve handed In his minority report
on the Dispensary bill.
Th estenmer City of Poking Is to bo
lined for nllowlng three Japanese wo
men rejected nt San Prnnclsco to es
cape here. Tho fine will amount to
Prof. Kocbcle, tho government en
tomologist. Is back from Wahlawn. He
stntes that the cut worms there are
very thick and that these pests arc do
ing great damage.
At the meeting of tho Y. M. C. A.'
tomorrow afternoon, the members of
the G. A. It. will nttend in a body. The
address will bo by J. I). Waldron on
"Pioneering for Liberty."
'The case of tho "skinners" against
tho steamer City of Peking Is on trial
before United States .ludgo do Haven.
There nro 123 plaintiffs and damages
In the sum of )Gl,G0O Is asked for, Tho
plaintiffs claim that In n recent Jour
ney from Japan to San Francisco they
were compelled to put up with Asiatic
steerago faro and accommodations
whero they wcro cntltlcl to Eurooean
The Woman's Oulld of St. Clement's
wish to announce that tho trnm ears
will leave Piinnhou for Nuaunu valley
on Monday evening nt 11 nnd 11:30,
for the convenience of those attending
the reception nt tho Itectory. They
also wish to say that cards of Invita
tion to this reception have been Issued
to all attendants of St. Clement's cha
pel, nnd If any of these cards miscarri
ed through tho mall. It. Is hoped that
this notice will bo kindly accepted as
The regular monthly meeting of tho
I'rcc Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Society wus held tills forenoon nt tho
Y. M, C. A. parlors. Ihr usual month
ly reports were read show lug tljo vari
ous kindergartens of tha city In a flour
ishing condition. The children In all
the kindergartens nro liuuy celebrating
Tho reports from the day nursery
were very flattering fur iho second
month of, that Institution.
The resignation of Mrs. Phillip L.
Weaver, us matron of Cutlo Home wns
accoptcd. This action was taken with
regret by tho ladles as Mrs. Weaver
has been h model administrator of tho
affalrH of th4 home. Her successor
will bo chosen by u special committee
to whom the matter wm referred.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
-' A most elegant, stylish,
W-EmfT MPW The greatest comforter on
"'" Si eartl'. a" the finest points
WW lo shoe making combined
Bfeffffl t0 make this Balmoral tin-
HIHk Every pair sold guaran-
njHHk tees absolute comfort. We
Su T are dally receiving testl-
jJjj. monlals from our customers.
(ft SHOE STORE
4,4,22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.4. 4.4. 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11. 4. V 4-4-
- Q&azaaUi - Safe- -
i in pcocjroa yS tuccft.
J i7or pciiticttfcizj ace on- Diej ai): in
4 j r a
S The Gunn Sectional
Book Cases si
The Coyne Furniture Co., L.d.
P.O. BOX 021. PROGRESS BLOCK. PKO.NE. 071
CLINTOIN J. MUTCM11NS,
UL 13. 1 OUT" Jti
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
COMMENCING MARCH 18
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks ancLSatins,
maTiy at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a yard up.
M - , Lm.
Book - case
Famous Gunn Desks
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHArtCB
Honolulu, April 6, I90t.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Ilrtwtr 9t Company..
N.b f.tfuUCi.Co, LIJ
l.u. Kerr A ci., Ltd
Ewa Plantatlop Ca
5,000 noo I
MaatAi llaiaitAtlAafe Va
ntwt.uani.om u l,o
tUwjlun Sujjr Co
Honomtj Sugar Co
Monokjia Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sugar Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co
K ahulu Sugar Co ..
Koloa Su;ar Co
Knna Suffir Co.. at
" " ' p4 up
' ' ' Pl up
Dnomri Suircn . .
Ookala Sugar I'lart Co.
OlaaSu. Co LtJ., il
Ol owi td Corrrany
riiuniu u, I'lin. K.Q
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ..
Ptptfkco Sugar Co
PlonffrMitlCo . .
WalAlua Agr Co, t
Waiiuku Sugar Co..
Walmanalo Sugar Co
WilJtr Slfimihln r
Hawaiian Lite trie Co 1
non. swifn LaunJry
Mutual T Itthont Co .
Poplt'a let & H'f gCo
ririt National Bank
Fir t A. S Bank & T. Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 pr cent
Hawaiian Gov. jpr ctni
H1I0R. R.Co. 6prrcrnt
Hon. Capll Trtnilk '
Ewa Plantai n 6 ptr cent
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
SALES-so People's Ire & RefrfKeratli
Co., $90.00; 5 Waialua, 115.W; 5 Waiat
lua. HS.2S :s Walalua, 115,0
WILURD E. BAOWN,
Halstead & Go;;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
OrJer for the purchase or sile of stocks
ana bonJscarefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for meunJer
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Poitoffice Box )oo. Telephone G.
8AW CHINA AND VENTURA.
Tho Gaelic left San Krnncinco at
tho 30th of Mu rih nt 1 p m. Sho maile
tho run to port In li ilava 18 hours. On
tho 4 1 ti ut 8:20 n. m., file pafcaed tho
Chlnn. The paasenccrs could Feu imch
other plainly nml tho Caollc'a pascrn
KerH repllpil to tho China's passengers
cheers which were plainly hoard to
c'loao wcro tho vessels.
Yesterday moniliiK nt 8:30 tho Ven
tura UU8 passed hut sho was a great
illhtunco off from the Gaelic. Shu was,
42 hours behind tho China In louring
If thcro Is anything wrong with your
Kodak or cnnicra, tnko it around tu tha
repair shops of tho HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO., they will make U
new for jou.