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nvns'iNa iium.i:tin, Honolulu, ii. t tuksday, april is. iooi.
A Six Room Home In (lie Hae
A Five Room Cottage on Klnau
St., near Pllkol.
Cheap I.oti In IC.ilmukl Tract.
Beautiful view In Manoa
Two ery cheap lots In the
$300 TO $500 DOWN
Balance In monthly Install
ments, will buy you a nice
home. Make your own plans
and call on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
!, MERCHANT ST. NEAR TORT
Serethe finel dairy hn.ch in the
city, IncluJlng tea, icft .hocolatt .
sweet milk, hot rolls ,n Sins, n ce
frtsh bread and best creamtr buttr
which only a first vlass bKtr could
supply for the low price vhantd.
Extra nice Pocket Luncht if a'sort-
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnut;, EU., for
He each package.
Store Open at 6 o'clock m.
J. 08WALD LUTTBD,
fli LOCAL AND GENERAL
Dean Knrrar Is crltlrnlljr III.
PoM Hnlnlcr liccr In bottles n', the
fiHii-Ro Muray Bmlth tho Umdon
pu lil Inner, la dead.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nun
mill, opposite. Chaplain Lnne.
New York. April 0. All Rrnrtes of re
fined sugar wero ndv.inr.ed 10 points to
day, The .lunlors of the Y. M. C. A will
take n trip to Koko I lend next Katur.
Camrxra & Co. can now he found on
AlnW street between Klne and Mer
chant. A London dispatch Rives the rumor
thnt r.mpvror Nicholas of ltussln may
The Josephine Stanton Opera Com
liiny will nrrho In tho S. S. Ventura,
Two firemen were, scalded to death In
a wrcrk on tho Central Pacific near
Know how subllmo a thing It Is to
rlda a Tribune and bo famous for
Archbishop Uruchest of Montreal has
Issued a pastoral letter In which he de
clares the marriage of Catholics to non
Catholics to bn null and Invalid.
HONOLULU KTOCK liXCHANGH
WE WANT THG PUBLIC TO
is a raw thing iiehl.
But Isjiot new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, no
matter how large or small, we will paint
It for them at a small cost, and, If It is not
satisfactory, they need not pay for It. The
fifty roofs that we hive painted In the last
two months, are all Riving the best of
satisfaction. Se: testimonials nt the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United St tes and
Bill, 1 1 i ijii
. HOT wPSaSKB7
Wmj .-211. ii M T
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the ortr.itlon of
building a stack of sections and indicates
the practical results of " Epansln."
The busy man should not fall
to investigate this up-to-date
XVctll, IXTlolxols Oo., Ltd
. SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
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.
THE WISE MANS AT Its
"Put all thine eges In one basket,
and watch that basket. '
LIKEWISE. THE WISE MAN
"Put all th faith in
Henry Mat & Co I LINIMENT
MAIN -s 24
P O. Box, 386. (02
ON CALL ALL NIGHV!
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTC Drivers are not allowed tn make
.any rates except thote furnished by the
company. Ask drl er to see rate slieet.
In cae of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust iny dif
ference. Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T. GRANT. Manager.
Edward R. Swain
Crocker Bid., - San Francisco
desires to announce that he hat
opened an ofhee In Honolulu for the
transact on nf all Vuilnett apper
taining to the practice of his pro
fctlon, Pending the completion of tneSUngrn
wald Building, In which offices have been
secured, he can be found at the ollice of
MR. F. W. MACPARLANE,
400 JUDI) IIUII.DINO,
50c. PER BOTTLE.
On Thursday evening there will bo a
meeting of baseball plnyerB nt the Y,
M. C. A. The object of the meeting Is
to elect a capfaln nnd select players.
The American bark Mohican which ar
rived here with a full caret on theoth Inst.
III prnbablv net awav on haturJ.iv aftc r
one o'-the shortest stays in port on record.
She will go to the railroad whirf today to
W. II. liaublt of Von Hnmm-Yoiing
Co., who went cast gome time ago on
a combined business unci pleasure trip
will return with tho arrival of the Ven
tura. There Is a proposition on foot to
convert the steamer Ilelenc from a
trelght to n first class passenger steam
er while she Is undergoing repairs at
the Coast. ,
The four masted German bark Willi
Rlckmers from Kobe for Portland out forty
five days on the oth Is thoueht to haie
been making her way to a Pacific coast
port when sighted by the schooner Rosa
mond on March 23th. i
C. II. V Norton, who went to New
York some tlmo ngo to lloat n largo
block of Mcllrydp sugar stock, has ro
turned to Ban Francisco and will colon
home in the Ventura.
Take a ride on tnj Pacific Heights
I'lrctrlc Hallway mid enjoy tho un
surpassed Tlcw of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Hound trip 10 cents.
All who have dono translating, proof
lending, typewriting or printing for thu
Sennto are requested to meet the Com
mute ,111 Accounts und Printing In the
Senate Chamber at, 7 o'clock p. m.
Thursday, April 17.
Loulg Glrcrimiid, tho wealthy silk
manufacturer, who with his bon, nnd
daughter-in-law. Miss Kelly, and hli
private secretary. Dr. A. J. Torrilhon.
have been In tho city for the past six
weeks, wilt go on the Maru to Japan
to make purchases of raw silks..
The temers China and Ventura did
not get within sight of each other on the
way to San Francisco. The Honknng
M.iru It it 24 hours after th: Chi a arrived
In San Francisco and up to tint time notli
I ie had been seen of the Ventura. The
China took five diys s ietn hou-s a- d 1
lrty minutes. I is tosible ionil.1. Ing
the fin; weather erericn-ed by the Pacini
Mall boat that th- Ventura boat beat her
time. She was due In San Francisco on
Mr. Ilalulirldge, M A., the traveler
.. I linn ..II, 1.i. !.. t.i.l.llaW ..
tin, I ,ii.vi "III aiiuiin jniuiinu till I il
nmusliiL- anil Interesting uincnzlno roil-' H.
talning u number of Ins black nnd
white sketches, In which brnmh ho
has iiilta reputation. Mr. and Mis.
Il.ilnhrldgo will appear tinder the uus
pices of the Y. M. C. A. on the evening
of the 3d 'of May In their unlojie Illus
trated musical recital In whhh Mr.
Daluhrlilge will appear In ninny parts,
that (if artist, vocalist, humorist, nilmla
and aspcaker of coiiHlilerahlii ability.
Mrs. Ilalnbrldge. who holds honors and
medals from Trinity Collego and tho
Hnynl Academy of Music. London, will
play several numlieis of the masteiH In
which she will display a powerful
memory and powerful execution.
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.
Honolulu, April if), toot.
(fl SHOE STORE
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Inspiration dorn from enthusiasm .tnd ambition to succeed begets
success. In our c.ise success begets inspiration The extraordinary
success attending our last two weeks' haster sale inspires us to dare and
do greater things. Greater things in attractions to be offered, greater
things in prices that have hitherto been unheard of in Honolulu, anJ
consequently greater tilings in volume of business. The next week will
be devoted to n
Iklipsing any previous effort ever made in this city. Tho mauka win
dow has "been converted into a deputy of ladies'' stockings such as is
seldom seen here or elsew here. Thesestockings were all bought for us in
liurope before the duty went into effect. .They could not be purchased
in tlte United States today in hundred doen lots for anything like the
price for which we are selling them In order to protect our customers
and prevent these stockings tailing into the hands of small retail dealers
we shall refuse to sell over one dozen pairs to any one purchaser. Here
are a few numbers: '
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I crh rlM- tents
HermOiirt MjikHi ti wlilb It
vxtr.i MiJeoi f m --miJi ft n
I ifvptian Si 11 1(1 1 in l msI
t ur leader at 10 i nt fi"v
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ftflhvJ hf I N. Y wlileJle
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WHITNEY & MARSH, LIMITED
The Gunn Sectional Book-case l!
and the Famous Gunn Desks
SWST.Vl,l3r UCKS Just Received
n y New I3cHign
Klr I ncfC MamlHiMiio 1-lnlNh
ill M IK LdScS ""Hhlu I'rluo
The Coyne Furniture Co., Lt. j
V. O, UOX Osi. PROGItliSS BLOCK. I'HOM . 071 it
CLINTOIN J. HUTCH1INS,
KING BROS, beg to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
all orders for the Panorama Views
"Bird's Rye View of Honolulu" and
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vpnUPPINt If A '
&k 19. II O1".". A
NAME Or STOCK
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C f!rwr ft Comrarv t&n&x
NS lactiiDO Co LU 6000
L II Kiir tt Co., LU 100A o
E PtArtjtlor Co . . i jtrtfn 9t
Himoi I'linutionCt itSfOnd' od
HwiiinAcTiculrjrlCo unwuom tro
MawniiinCom h Su Co nt.tso
Uwjiian Susr Co 1 000,000 to
Mtinnmu SujtJr C Tto,cno too
HonrkStif4r Co 1 000,000 v
Hk'kj Sutcir Co foo-ooo ob.
Kanutcu rtintJiMof) Lo 00,000 to
Klhctl'lint Co ,UJ,a) i.ov.nn jot
tiii i- ,u,i.ij ,j up ) , i,0D,OTa 50
trjnuiu oujirv-o .... itouo or
Koloa Juef CO , tgcoijol lou
Koni Auirar Co , (jr,oo im
McUrydr uCo..L4 il itr.vo
j ,J up ( 6!'ow
Onomt SupjrCo . .
Okilt Sujtr I'lin Co
OnaSu. Cn.Lti., nt
Olaa SuCo.LfJ.rJ up
Hiiuhiu Su IMjfi Co
Pacific Sucr Mill
Pal iMinntlon Co .
Prken Sugir Co
infr Mill l.o
Waulua Af Co,
Waiiuku buvtt Co
Walmanilo Sueir Co
Intrr-U'anJ Steam N C01
Hawaiian Lltctrle Co
non 3tam LaunJ
t t SOO.OIO
. Ijo.ooo, 100
i fjo.om luc
I fl,fto,onn too
rpnnn i.n iiumb
xtni Hy At LanJ Co 1 1,000,000' tool
rtopia 1 ret & H Ie Co 150,000 too
riftt National Bank ...I ....
FlfitA.S Hjnk&T.Coi . .
HawIUn(Jc.v.6pfr cnlf ....
Ha a'lan Oov. 5 ptr cent
H1I0R Ft.Co. 6rrctnt.
Hon. karlJTnnftli. I
Ea Plantat'n 6 ft tmni
CJaliu I'lantailnn 6 n r
Otaa Plantatlon6pc. 1 . .
SALES 50 McliryJe A, J7.50 II 10; 15
McBrvde A, 7.50 n jo; 10 Oaliu. KG.oo;
IS Ewa, 27.75; 5 Ewa, 27.50; 10 Walalui,
117.00 ; if Walaliia. 117.00 ; ico Olaa I'J,
15.25! 5 Ewa, 27.875J ; 50 Ewa. 28.00 s 50
Ewa, 28.00 ; 5 McliryJe PJ, 11.00 ; 5 Mc
Hrydr J, 12.00; 5 McliryJe IM. 1200;
100 Olaa Pd, 1525; 20 Hawaiian Sucar,
41.00 ; 5 McliryJe PJ. 12.00 ; 10 McIiryJt
PJ. 12.00 ; 100 Olaa PJ, 15.25 ; 4$ Ewx,
WILLARI) E. KAOWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sujjar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andjond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eicbang
OrJers tor the purchase or sile of stocks
aim poiiJs carefully an J promptly eAtcuteJ.
UURING my temporary atence Mr.
Elmer E. liton will act for me unJer
full power of attorney.
Ground Hour, JuJJ HullJInt;.
IMtoltue H x J90. Telephone 1C9.
jviciNiarervv block, port st,
!ioln lliime After Lnnii AliHcnce.
Clm II. Uiuna.iy of thi' Hart k
C'li'iim p.irlurH will loavu In tlin Mail
pue.i far a two weeks' trip In thu rait.
llu will visit Nuw Yorl. and other elt
U'a un uiiblnwti ciiiuicctvd with his
firm. The enjoyable featuro of his trio
will ho 11 reunion at Ills old homo la
rUittuburK, N. Y., which ho lius not
been fur llfteen years. He loft homo
when a hoy uml hns uut keen his pa
tents nnd other relathia since. Ills
wlfo nnd children wilt Join him at hit
old homo u Now York, leaving hy
l.itei steamer. The khoJ wishes of a
hiiHt of friends follow him on this Journey.
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
TUCI'IIOM main :kih.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
JJp-to-clnte HiicUk 11 nil
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOUbON, Mnai;r.
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.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.