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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, ltOl.
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A Six Room House In the Base
A Five Room Cottage on Klnau
St., near Pllkol.
Cheap Lots In Kalmukl Tract.
Beautiful view In Manoa
Two very cheap lots In the
$300 TO $500 DOWN
Balance In monthly Install
ments, will biiy you a nice
home. Make your own plans
, and call on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
WE WANT THE
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, no
matter how large or sma'l, we will paint
It or 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 St tes and
V. H. Poulsen
All Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAUHAO 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 hlgn grade that earned for it
the unrivalled popularity it enjoyed.
"lis Name is a Guarantee of
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Henry May & (Jo
0, Hox, 38O, ()2
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 first -class bakery could
supply for the low price charged.
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 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
THE WI6E MAN SAITII :
"Put all thine eci;s In one basket,
and watch that basket."
LIKEWISE, THE WISE HAN
"Put all thj faith In
It Immediately relieves, then
curts all Neuralfilcand Rheu
matic Pains. Sciatica, Gout
and Lumbago, i
For Sprains, Biulses, Swel
lings, Lame Hack, etc.
For Pains In the Stomach,
Colic, Cramps and other
50c. PER BOTTLE,
PACIFIC OAURUGE CO
Coiner Hotel and Union St?.
' AT Al.l. HOURS.
HARRY DOHSON, Manager.
IN WHO OF S
MANY GAMES AND RACES
IN THE NEAR FUTURE
Healani and Myrtle Juveniles to Race
Maile llima-Oahu College Relay
Virgie AAggravation to
Matters In sportdom seem to bo
looming up lately und with baseball
coming on, thti sporting public will not
fool that there In a lack of amusement.
As yet, no Imsiball merles hns been
arranged. Tho only match games that
arc n sure thing arc the regular an
nual gnmes between Knmahnmehn and
Oahu College. Knmclumeha has been
victorious for the last thrco years, but
every enr they have had hard'-r ivork
to win out and. last year, the tables
were very nearly turned agalmt thra.
This yenr, Punnhou Is making stren
noun efforts to break up the proreislon
and, as things look now, they hnve con
siderably more than a fighting chance.
For somo time back, a little rowing
has been donent the HcaUnl boat house
Lloyd Conkllng hns had a lot of Juve
nlles nt work cveVy week and tome of
the boys nro showing ery fair form.
Lot Kaulukou Is doing the stroking
and makes n good leader. The other
boys nrei Mahclona, K. Peverlll .Kent
well, Dickson nnd Tailor.
'A match may be arranged between
the Healani Juveniles nnd a crowd of
Myrtles of the snmo class. Captain
Albert Judd of tho Myrtles spoke to
the Healani boys In regafd to the mat
ter nnd the boys expressed their will'
Ingncss. The raco will probably como
off In about three weeks.
Tho older oarsmen of both clubs are
now going through their preliminary
paces. Training has at last begun nnd
now tho main topic of Intenst In the
sporting world for the next three
months will be the clmmplonshlp saies.
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The polo team which will uphold tho
honor of Oahu In the coming Inur-.kl-
nnd match have been chosen. Tney
nro: J. V. Plcmlng. captain: H. Da
mon, C. Judd and C. W. Dickey.
Things at prcccnt look blue for the
local aggregation, na the Mnulltea. ar- a
collection of stars of the first magni
tude. They will bavo had the advan
tage of years of experience, whll" t'10
lo-nl combination practically consists
of grren men. A tetm with men like
Von Tempsky and naldwln on Itt. mem
bership, will be sure to put tip n, vets
ran game, and nothing but the super
ior dash and grit of thcyo'inga'Cii w 11
last them through.
.j. .;. .j.
The Inter-clnss basket ball tourna
ment at Oahu Colege will be run off In
a few days. The scries bears evidence
of being the most exciting run oif sc
far. The present Junior Clnss won
the championship las: year nnd w'li
probably uphold their title. The Sopho
more Class is n good aggregation as Is
tho Senior but tho Freshmen stand ut-
Tlerly no chance of getting a tingle
A match race Is now pending for n
relay race between Oahu College and
tho Mille-Illmns. At first, the co;le
glans disapproved of tho challenge
made to them by the Malles but. on
second thought, decided to run oft tho
ovcnU The date of tho rnce has not
been decided on.
Aggravation and Vlrgle A. have at
last been match for J250 n sldo, the iIIe
tnncn to be one mile. The? race will
come off 'on tho 20th Inst.. Both homes
are In good trim.
Ht. Andi'cw'sCntlieili-iil BiiHlneHc.
At a meetlnR of tho Second ConnrC'
gatlon of St. Andtew'B Cathedral lar.t
night tho allalra of the church wcro
dlscusseil In their many phadCB. That
tho congregation U prosperous li
shown by tho reports of the several
oincers. The rolls show one thouaand
parlslilouers and four hundred com
municants. On tho subject of tho proposed
ehango In the hour of servlto, tho fol
lowing resolution was read and adopt
Kesolvdl, That a committee ol
seven bo nppofnteti to consiuer unu
ndviKo ways and means whereby this
congregation tan appoint their own
hours of worship mi in not to bo In
tel feted with or embairnsscd by the
lilshop nt any momcnt'n notice that ho
beea fit to thooM',"
Tho election of otneers resulted In
tho cholro of (leo. K, mlcs as peoples
warden nnd Wm. It. Castlo Jr., as mln
Sidesmen elected wcro: Arthur
Wall, T. Cllvo Davlcs, E. W. Jordan,
J. K. Kaulla, Jr., V. IVrnundez, 1..,MI.
randa, 1'hlllp Lansdale,' K. a. Kean,
Wm. Super, D. Howard Hitchcock.
Treasurer, It. A. Jordan; Clerk,
Tho music lomnilttcci will comprise
tho following: Kmen Hobs, Wrny
Tnjlor. Mrs. C. II. Cooper, JIIss von
Holt, D. W. Anderspn.
Hppeiitl (if ilia I'lfifiue,
f'niio Town. March 31. Seventeen
disc n( tho bubonic iil.U'UP. four I In
rnpian mid thlrUen cnlnroil, wem oil)
elfllly reported today.
I'urnUhid 1 poms, rIiirIo or en tulle,
very leiiMUiablu terms. Orplieuui hotel,
Illug up Main 13C when you want
wood or coal,
Tho Tribune motto Is not how cheap,
but how good.
Try hot beet tea at the Pantheon
theso cold mornings. J
Sco C. 13. Moore & Co.'s new ad (or
bargains In real estate.
Tho small pox cases on quarantlno
Island aro all doing well.
Where is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Mystic Ixidgo No. 2, K. of I mots
tonight In Castlo Hall, Tort street.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Kort St., (1 CO per week up.
I Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
A new pony cart for salo at a bar
gain. Call and sco It at Schuman's
There will bo a regular meeting of
Nuuant Chapter tomorrow evening at
6:45 o'clock. i
Tho Wnlker Cyclery has the cheap
est bicycle storo In Honolulu. Tako n
look at their stock,
John II. Hopkins, Watcs and Victor
J. Hollander, Germany, wcro mado
citizens today by Judgo Ettce.
Clarcnco Mncfarlane's splendid Pearl
Harbor rcsldenco may bo rented by a
deslrablo tennnt. Head Wants,
Paul Lcinpkc has sued Caroline Pat
zlg and C. H. Patzlg for money duo on
a promissory note. Thu umount tit
Argument on tho demurrer In tho
caso of W. C. Aclit vs. The Kaplolani
Estate, Ltd., In tho United s'tutes Court
will bo heard April 12.
Tako n ride on tn Pacific Heights
Clcctrlc Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Us best from
Pacllle Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
The HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. nre offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve tho suc
cess with which their efforts' hnve been
Camnrlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all tho California fruits of the sea
son by overy cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
upplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Judgo Wilcox had a quiet day today.
Iula, for permitting gambling on his
premises was bound over until this of'
ternoon. Akl, steward ou tho Malum
Loa, wus fined ?l&.an.l costs, for as
xatilt and battery on Maty Davis. Ah
Chun and Ah On were bound over to
tho Circuit Court for larceny In the
AN OPEN RELAY.
Oahu College has accepted the nMlle
Illroa's challcngo for it relay race, four
relays, to tho mile, to be held at Ka
plolani Park, The dato has been fixed
fpr May 4. Tho managers of tho two
teams havo decided to issuo an invl
tatlon to the High school, V. M. C. A.
Soldiers, nnd Knmchaniphn. If all tho
clubs should compete, a very exciting
raco Is suro to be held. Invitations
havo been sent out, but replies aro not
expected for a week or so. '
Tho Buford Arrives.
Tho army trnnsiort lluforil 8 ilnys
fiom San l'miiclsco arrived yesterday
after an uneventful voyage. Tho ves
sel Is making her first voyago to this
port having- gono out to the Philip
pines first by way of the Suez canal.
On board tho lluforil aro many civilians
somo of whom aro golnt; to (luam nnd
Manila to remain und others who nre
mailing pleasmo' trip. Thu Iluford
has 188 men of thu lSth Cavalry nnd
5,8 men of thu Infuntry, besides 100 re
cruits anil casuals and thirty members
of tho hospital crops.
Among tho civilians aboard nro Con
gressmen Packard and Hill, Judges J.
V, Cooper, U, K, Johnson, W. A. Kln
enld nnd !'. Ladd all 'or tho Supreme
Court of tho Philippines and Judgo I,.
J, Charlock, Court of First Instance.
Many officers wives and families aro
also aboard, Tho Iluford will sail fur
Manila and Quani on Friday.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
(ft SHOE STORE
After Easter Bargains !
To sell people things they don't want requires one of two things rare
eloquence or genuine cheapness.
No one realizes that better than we.
You bought heavily here last week more than you Have bought any
week since Christmas. 1 nereiore you must nave aunost suppneu your
Immediate wants. So things must be cheap indeed to make you care to
buy more. THBY ARB.
What there are are In small lots only; lots' we shall be glad to clear away
for little Drlces and no profits. But there are golden opportunities for Post-
caster buyers. I ne movement anecis an departments, uui mere arc u
t,ew tnat jusuiy
Jt.oo "SHIRT WAISTS 25c I
Both white and colored. All have been a
dollar or more. You know our Dollar Shirt
Waist. What are left.... a
LADIES' LEATHER BELTS 10c
White Kids, Blacks and Tans. Silver
trimmings In scrolls and nallheaJs. A real
bargain In stylish serviceable belts . . . . ioc
FANCY COLORED PETTICOATS 50C
Handsome shades. Cut full with accord
Ion pleated tucks and dust rullle. Uxtraoi-
dlnary p:lce. 50c
SCHOOL HANDKERCHIEFS sc
Many different sles and qualities. Hem
stllched, Lace-trlmmed, fancy Corners. A
eood oppoitunlty to lay In a supply against
the new school term. All at 5c
LADIES' HIGH STOCK COLLARS 25c
SUV crepe. Chlff.m and Velvet effects.
Ausoimeiy worm 75c 25a
The Gunn Sectional
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX G21. PROGRESS
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCMI1NS,
By V Jl MffBitC
MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT 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
10 cents a yard up.
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe making combined
to make this Balmoral un
equaled. Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
TURKISH DATH TOWELS, 15c
i 'e Kina in is manuiacturea lor ap:
?"" V .a f . ""?ZX!u.l 3
- M '(T ", '"' " 7 " ".ft" "T, "7.,
LINEN COLLARS 5c
Uoken lot aM t , , mt.s tys' ladles'
while thev last. 5C
INbW Ul.MlllfcS 15c
Quality extra. Colors fast. Patterns
dainty. Styles beautiful 15c a yard
MEN'S HALBRIGGAN SHIRTS AND
Made lo retail for the summer trade for Kc
Could not be had In New York for this
money. Three pieces for Sl.oo, or each 35c
MEN'S CLUB TIES 25c
A small lot, but newest styles. Only two
to a customer 25c
MEN'S GOLF SHIUTS 75c
Some $100 some $1.50 kind 75c
Book - case
Famous Gunn Desks
BLOCK. PHONG. 971
10 FORT STREET.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQB
Honolulu, April to, 1901,
tAME OF STOCK
C nrewtr ftCnmBMV
N.S FcM D 0 Co, LtJ
L.u. Kerr s 10,, lij.
Ewt PunUtfon Co .
II. nn. I'l.nt.llrinC,
Hawaiian uom.u au 1.0
Hawaiian Sjgar Co
Honomu Sugar Co . .
Honokaa Sugar Co ..
Haiku Sugar Co .....
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klpahulu Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co
If nna Supar Co.. ai
Melt ry.lt !u Co..U.ai
I n jo
" " f J up
uanu dugar 1.0 ,
Onnm, SuvirCo. ..
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ.. at I
Paauliati Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ..
ptpMkeo Sugar Co
Plonnr Mill Co .. .
Walalua Ajtr. Co , aa
Walluku Sugar Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co ..
Wl! jr Slamthls Co.
Intcr'fatanJ Stf am N.Co
Hawaiian tiwtr c Co
Hon. Steam Launiry.
Mutual Te Itphone Co
Oahu Ry St Lan J Co .
Paoplt'a lea 4 R'lg C
Flrit National Rank ..
HawallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov. s per cent
H1I0R. R,Co. 6prcent
Hon. Hapll Tremlt.
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent
wanu ,'iantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
SALES First American Savings Hank.
$100.00 j 20 Olaa I'd, 5.J7f;' 5 Olaa A,
4.62MJ 5 Olaa A. 4.50 ; 7 Olaa A, i.w; Go
NanuKU, 20.00; to Hawaiian bugar, 41.00;
j Walalua, 115:00; 5 Walalua, 115.12; 5
Walilua. in n: 10 Ewa, 27.G2X.
WILLARD E. niOWN,
Halstead & Go:;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond fcxchanRe.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichang
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed
Imer E. I
mv temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for m? under
full potter of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Hulldlnc
Postoffice Hox 390. Telephone 169.
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WUconsIn All lilfiht.
San 1'rnnclBco, April 1. Krom
Cuptnln 1'nisoiiB of tho steamer Cura
cao, which arrived yesterday from
Mexican ports. It la learned that Iho
battleship Wisconsin has been put In
tel lino shnpo nt MnKiIalenn bay for
heavy Run practice. Tho mnrlnea havo
boon drilled iiBhore nlmost dally. Tho
Wisconsin U scheduled tn le.ivo Mas-'
dalena nhout April 10th for San Fran
cisco. fnVm mVi'iViVi rVj,1! c u rc
I MAGIC : headaches
: HEADACHE!:' before
I WAFERS Sibroakfast.
i'".,V"'. ft$i 10 r-.l. oil JmrKl't
.' $ '
1 $ J!
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