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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APIIIL 9, 1901.
We Have Moved
TO 125 MERCHANT ST.
NEAR FORT, GROUND
FLOOR AND HAVE
new two story houie, six
rooms, en Lunalllo St.
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 PUBLIC TO
" ARABIC "
IS ANEW THING HfcRE.
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, no
matter how Urge or small, we will paint
It for them at a small cost, and, If It Is not
satisfactory, they need nit pay for It. The
fifty roofs that we have painted In the last
two months, are all giving the best of
satisfaction. See testimonials at the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United Stitesand
LLm Hik Itf (H2.vjt3l
"WaJLl, UXTiolxols Oo., Ltd
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. R Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH
whereby we are again able toipast)
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
GIVK IT A TRIAL.
Qenry May & (Jo
N ) 2
P O, Box, 386,
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the
city, Including tea, coffee, Chocolate,
sweet milk, hot rolls and buns, nice
fresh bread and best creamery butter
which only a frst -class bakery could
supply for the low price chafed.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of assort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., for
15c each package.
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
J. 08WALD LUTTBD,
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation ol
building a stack of sections and Indicate
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
"Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Taroena with many
doubts as to so starchy a tood agreeing
with me. To my surprise, 'laruena
and my stomach have always remain
ed on the best of terms, to my great
satisfaction and comfort." JAMES
ST1MSON, M. P., Watsonvllle, Cat.
" I 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. I am thoroughly
convinced that Taroena Is the most
nuttltwus food I nave 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 partlcula ly suited to all
Inflammatory conditions of the gastric
Intentinal tiact. When made Into the
form of a gruel and Iced It Is retained
when other foods are rejected' F.
It. 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 ft, The stomach wl I retain
It when nothing else," GEOKGE
HERBERT, M P., Honolulu.
TOR SALE IIY
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJn-to-dtito lltickH nnd
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
LOCAL- AND GENERAL
Weather Bureau, I'unnhou, April 9.
Temperature Morning minimum,
C4; Mlclntiy maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 80.03 Steady.
Ilalnfall 0.72. ,
Dew Point 65F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 67 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
9. Weather fair; wind SV.
King up Main 13G when you want
wood or coal. '
Try hot beef lea at the 'Pantheon
those cold mornings.
Camara'& Co. can now be found on
Alakw street between Kins and Mer
chant. A warrant is out for tho arrest ot
. Antono Tavash, for beating Ills wlfo
Tho will of Klmokco Knwnha has
been admitted to probate and Walola
(w) appointed executrix without bonds.
I'rof. W. Bogle removes corns with
out pain and successfully treats in
growing toe nails. Room 8, Elite Bl'k.
Captain Merger and his band ex
changed compliments with tho. band
on the transport Law ton this morn
ing. At tho mooting ot tho Odd Follows
last night at Harmony hall, the scheme
to enter Into a contract for a new hall
failed to carry.
In tho caso of Stanley vs. Barcnaba,
motion that certain money bo refunded
to C. Bolte which he had paid for lots
purchased from defendant under execu
tion, has been denied.
Take a ride on the, Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view ot ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
The HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising Arm well deserve the suc
cess with which their efforts have been
Tannkl, a Japanese milk vendor, was
fined $75 by Judge Wilcox this morn
ing for mixing water with his milk.
Mnnucl Gomez, another offender, for
feited (50 ball.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth has a
bundle of warrants for the native
gamblers, who gavo hint such a tinsel
yesterday. Ho proposes to round them
up this afternoon.
Tho Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co. by Its attorney, Alfred S. Hartucll,
has tiled notice of appeal from tho de
cision of Judge Humphreys granting
an Injunction to Wallukti Sugar Com
pany In tho "debris" case.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Buckeye Club ot Hawaii was held last
night at tho homo of Hev. V. D. Wcs-
tcrvclt. A committee wns upiclnted
by tho club to drnft n letter of greet
lng to President McKlnlcy, tho Premier
At chnmbers this morning. Judgo
Humphreys approved tho ncconts of
Henry Smith, guardian In tho estnto
of Charles Tltcomb. Tho reports of
J. A. Thompson, master. In tho guar
dlanshlp of W. A, nnd Annlo Hall, was
In th esult of Kalawo vs. Sco Hop
In ejoctment, before Jm'go J. V. Ka
lua of tho Second Circuit, on chango
of venuo from tho First Circuit. Juile.
ment wns rendered April 8, In favor of
tho plaintiff. Tho decision gives the
plaintiff possession ot lands In I'auoa
A llcason. Slic "1 want you to
promise to do what I ask before I tell
you what It Is." Tnpa "llut why not
tell mo what It is first?" "Oh! If I did
you wouldn't do It." llrooklyn Life.
9 Illsh Art In Arabesques. "Oh, Ma
bel, where did joit set such a lovely
braldlni; pattern for your Jacket?",'
copied it from my brass bedsteud."
Detrolt Kroe Press.
Better Lato than Never. "You may
recall me, sir, as the man who eloped
with your daughter about n year dro."
"Well, sir, what yn I r'o for you?" "I
may bo a llttlo bu tardy, but I Jiavc
come 10 offer you my congratulation."
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
After Easter Bargains !
To sell people things they don't want requires one of two things
eloquence or genuine cheapness.
No one realizes that better than we.
You bought heavily here last week
week since Uiristmas. I heretore
immediate wants. So things must
What" there are are in small lots only; lots we shall be glad to clear away
for little prices and no profits. But there are golden opportunities for Post
Easter buyers. The movement affects all departments, but there are a
few that Justify advertising :
JI.00 SHIRT WAISTS 25c
Both white anJ coloreJ. All have been a
dollar or more. You know our Dollar Shirt
Wallt. What are left 25c
LADIES' LEATHER BELTS 10c
White Kids. Blacks and Tans. Silver
trimmings In scrolls anJ 11.1lll1e.1ds. A reil
bargain in stylish serviceable belts.... 10c
FANCY COLO EDI'EITICOATS 50c
Handsome shajes. Cut full with accord-
Inn pleated tucks and dust ruffle, i:trao.-
dlnary p:lce. 5c
SCHOOL HANDKERCHIEFS sc
Many different sizes and qualities. Hem
stitched, Lace-trlmmed, fancy Corn:rs. A
good oppoitunl'y to lay in a supply agalnsi
the new school term. All at Si
LADIES' HIGH S TOCK COLLARS 25c
Silk crepe, Chlffoi and Velvet effects.
Absolutely worth 75c 250
B . .. .
me uunn sectional book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
I. O. rtOX G21. PROGRESS BLOCK. I'HONE. 971
CLIINTOIN J. MUTCHIISS,
a4l5ivC5tCi ""SS-h., ...
pnillPmNt if A
MclfNERINV BLOCK, PORT ST.
COMMENCING MARCH 18
FOR ONE WEEK.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
4 10 cents a yard up.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral tin
Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
more than you have bought any
you must nave almost supplied your
be cheap Indeed to make you care to
TURKISH BATH TOWELS 15c
Not the kind that Is manufactured for ap
pearance, but a towel that is made for wear
and hard usage The u arp Is double thread
ed, the nap close and solid, tre 44-22
inches. On special site 15c
LINEN COLLARS 5c
Hroktn let, all stvles. men's, bovs' ladles'
While they last 5c
NEW DIMITIES 15c
Quality extra. Colors fast. Patterns
dainty. Styles beautiful 1 5c a yard
MEN'S BAl.BRir.GAN SHIRTS AND
Made to retail for the summer trade for 75C
Could not te had In New York for this
money. Three nieces for 1 1.00, or each 35c
MEN'S CLUB TIES 25c
A smill lot, but newest stvles. Only two
to a customer 1... 25c
MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS 7c
Some J100 some $1.50 kind 75c
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honolulu, April 0, loot.
NAME OF STOCK
Pi I J up
C Grwr A: Coneany
N.S fichiDtt.Co, til
L.U. Ktrr & Co., LtJ ,.
jwi l1ntitlon Co ... .1 i.aoo.ft
lmn PllnfjllmCn. ' ....
M..ll.n To. . C. ' -
uziz :: s r? " ',"'7s
Honomu Suir Co
Hon ok j a Sugar Co ..
Haiku Sufcir Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kind H.t.o,LM ri
Kit ahulii Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Surar Co..
Nahlku Sue Co.j
' pi up
nhii Cikh 1 a
Onomcj Sugar C)
Ookati Sugar Plaa. Co
Olaa Su. Co.. LtJ., M 1
OlaaSuCo.lt J, pi up
Paauhau Su. plan. Co.
Pacific Sugai Mill . ...
Paia Plantation Co....
Pepwkeo Sugar Co .
Plonrtr Mill Co
Walalua Ap. Co.. at.
Walanat Company ...
Walluku Sugar Co.. ..
Walmanalo Sugar Co
WllliT SOimthln fii
Intcr-UUnJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian fctetrt: Co
1 50,000 100
non, aicam Laundry..
Mutual Tcttrhoae Co
Oahu HvJtr LanJCn.
Pupil's let 8c RTg Co
Flfit Nation I (Unit
FlntA.S. Bank &T. Co
HawallanGov 6 percent
Hawaiian Gov, 5 per cent
uaw i rosoavanperc
H1I0R.R. Co. 6 percent
Hon. Map II Tranalt.
Ew Plantat'n 6 per cent
uanu K Bl Land Co. pr t
wmu t'laniaiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
SALES-75 Walalua, f 1 15.00 ; 5 Olaa
A, 4.62H t as Hawaiian Sugar, 41,90 j 70
WILURD E. BSOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andBond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders lor the purchase or sile of stocks
ana ConJs carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390, Telephone 1G9.
Diinced Oil the Victory.
A merry throng crowded Progress
hall last night to commemorate the nw
ccnt victory out Kamchnmeha on tho
track. About fifty couples were pies
ent anil danced till n lato hour. Mrs.
Ollf red Whitney, Mrs. Congdon and
Mrs. C. II. Itamon chaperoned the
young people. "Jim" sWw's quintet
furnlsheil the music. Light refresh
ments were served, nnd everyone pro
nounced themselves well pleased with
tho students'' hospitality.
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