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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901.
A Six Room House In the Base
A Five Room Cottage on Klnau
' St., near PilM.
Cheap Lots In Kalmukl Tract.
Beautiful view In Manoa
Two very cheap lot In the
$309 TO $509 DOWN
Balance In monthly Install
ments, will buy you a nice
home. Make your own plans
and call on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
i1 MERCHANT ST , NEAR FORT.
Serves the finest dalty lunch In the
city, Including tea, coffee, chocolate,
sweet milk, hot rolls anj buns, nice
fresh breaj and best creamery butter
which only a first-class baker v could
i supply for the low price charged.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of abort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
0 Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., for
t ;c each package.
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO
" ARABIC "
IS A NEW THING HERE.
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, no
matter how large or smaJI, we will patnt
It for them at a small cost, and. If It Is not
satisfactory, they need not pay foj 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
LOCAL AND GENERAL
D. C. Lindsay Is here from Maul.
All "Eagles" drink Hock llccr nt the
Pantheon Saloon. 1
Ono, Stimdon arrived from Knual In
tho Mnkoo this morning.
The Ma 11 1 polo players nrrlved.ln the
Slauna Loa this morning.
K. W. Jordan has n fresh supply of
Erect form W. D. Cor3ets.
V. O. Alkcn and wife arrived from
Maul In tho Matina Lo.i today.
A fine ennoo for P.-lnco flat Id was
brought In the Matina Loa this morn
L. Von Tcmpsky, wlfo and children
arrived In the Matina Loa this morn
Camar.i & Co. can now be found on
Alaha street between Kins and Mer
chant. V. H. Poulsen, PAINTINO AND PA-
PKIUIANOING, King, cpp. Kawalahaa
Church. Tel. Wblto 3112.
Prof. W. Ilogle removes corns with
out pain and successfully treats in
growing toe nails. Room 3, Elite Dl'k.
The charge of gross cheat against
Lewis and Turk the shipping masters
was dismissed by Judge Wilcox In tbo
I'nllco Court this morning.
In tho estate of Ach) K. Akau the
master's report was npprocd this
morning by Judge Humphreys and the
executor ordered discharged.
In the application tor n guardian for
tho Itutchlngs mlrt'irs. Mrs. Ecthcl
Mulchings, their rather was appointed
today by Judge Humphreys.
Tho report of the master In the es
tatc of Emcle Pllplllanl was approved
and discharge, of administrator ordeicd
upon filing receipts with tho legal dc
viseo of tho estate.
Free Instruction in photography Is
offered by the HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of it-Cameras at
25 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion as to their use.
Take a ride on tno Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the tin
surpassed view ot ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and indicates
the practical results of " E.pjnlon."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-.lo.tt
Wctll, "NlgTolz& 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 witti
of the hign grade that earned for It
the unrivalled popularity it enjoyed.
"Its Name is a Guarantee of
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Get your system
WEATHER FOR MARCH
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.
(ft SHOE STORE
Henry May & (jo
P O. Box, 386.
, Temperature mean for tho month,
72.5; normal, 71.fi; aieragc dally maxi
mum, 77.5J avcriigo dally minimum,
f7 7; avernKO dally range, 9.8; greatest
dally range, 20 degrees; least dally
range, 4 degrees highest temperature.
V." degrees; lowest, CO.
Ilarometcr average, 30.023; normal.
.'9.SS7; (corrected for gravity by .00);
behest, 30.10; lowest, 29.80; greatest
21-hour cluingo, 0.11. "Lows" paused
hero on 2d. 13th, 23d, and 29th. "Hlglm"
(in 8th, 19th and 2Gth.
Relative hifmldlty, 71.0; normal. 72.5:
mean dew point. 03.1; normal, 01.5;
mean nbsolute moisture, 0.52 grains
twr cubic foot; normal. 0 03.
Rainfall, 4.12 inches; normal, 3.30;
ruin record days, 25; normal, 18; grcat
ht rainfall In ono'day, 0.57; rainfall nt
Luakaliu, 13.28; at Kapiolanl Park,
1 CO. The rainfall from Oct. 1, 1900. to
April 1. 1901, was 35 Inches, normal 25.
The artesian well level fell during
the month very slightly; 31.37 to 31.30.
On March 31st, 1900 It stood nt 33.75.
Considering the heavy rains of the past
winter, mis is not n corresponding rue,
while March Itself, nltluiiiclk lmvlm'l
had a high rainfall and not a great de
mand for rlro lands Irrigation, showed
Trade-wind days, 23 (2 of NN'K.l:
liorrnal, number of trade-wind days
foi March, 18; nerng forte of wind,
Beaufort scale, 3.0; cloudiness, tenths
of tiky, 5.2; normal, 4,G.
Approximate percentages of district
rainfall as.ronipnred with normal: HI
lo. 195; Hnmakiia, 145; ICnhala. 125;
Walmoa, 90; Kona, 2.20; Kau, 125;
Puna. 100; Maul, 100?; Oahu. 125; Ko-
Avenge temperature. Pepeekeo, Hi
lo District, 100 ft. elevation, nvernge
maximum, 75.9; average minimum,
65.4; Wnlmoa, Hnwa.ll, 2730 ft. elevn.
tlon, 73.5 and 02.3; Kohnla, 521 ft. ele
vation, 78.2; and 07.3.
There was lightning on Maul on the
17th with snow 011 Hnlenkala; on Oahu
OV 25th; on Hawaii, 29th. Earthquake
at llllo on 21st nt 7: 15 a. in. Lunar halo
of. 25th. Heavy squull on windward
coast, on 5th, 22d nnd Slut. Hleven
inches of rainfall at I.iupahoehoo In
24 hours on tho 3d.
CURTIS J. LYONS,
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Inspiration born from enthusiasm and ambition to succeed begets
success. In our case success begets inspiration The extraordinary
success attendiiig our last two weeks Easter sale inspires us to dare and
do greater tilings. Greater tilings in attractions to be offered, greater
things in prices that have hitherto been unheard of in Honolulu, and
consequently greater tilings in volume of business. The next week will
be devoted to a
Eclipsing any "previous effort ever made in this city. The mnuka win
dow has been converted into a display of ladies' stockings such as is
seldom seen here or elsew here. These stockings were all bought, for us in
Europe before the duty went into effect. They could not be purchased
in the United States today in hundred dozen lots for anything like the
price for which we are selling them In order to protect our customers
and prevent these stockings falling into the hands of small retail dealers
we shall refuse to sell over one dozen pairs to any one purchaser. Here
ire a few numbers:
HONOLULU STOCK LiXCHANGB
Honolulu, April ig, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
C Hr.wer &Cnmrfnv.J
N.S f.ch.DO Co, ItJI
L.U. Km to,( LU.,
Ewa Plantation Co .
HaTina Plantation Cn
Hawaiian torn &Su Co. f,)it,?5o too'..
Hawaiian Sjjtar Co
Moromu sugar lo
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ,
nanuioj Plantation Co
Klhl Plant Co UJ.ail
ti inum ougir v.o
Koloa Sugar Co
Koni aurir 1.0 at
" ' ' pJ up
Oahu Sugar Co ,
Onomta Su?ar Co ..,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co..
OUaSu. Co, Hi, ait
Olowalu Company . .1
raiunau su. nan. 0 T
Pacific Stiicar Mill .. ..1
Pali Plantation Co .
Prpeko Sugar Co ... '
a Ouo,xr In
, ifo.oonj loo1
I $30,000 lOO
... I to
1 I for,ooo too
Wftlniaiato Sugar Co
W.lm.a Mill Co . ..
Wlli.f St..m.hln fA.
Inltr-ltland Slum N.Co
Hawaiian tl.drlc Co
Hon. sttam Launirr. .,
Peopla'a lei ft R fg Co
Fltlt National n.fik
Hawaiian Gov. 6 per cam
Hawaiian Gov. t per cent
Hon. karll Transit.
Ewa Plantal n 6 per cent
Oahu R St LanJ Co. pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 pc. I
f ,110 ooo loo
llermsjttrl lalnlf Hack cot
ton to.klni! ttjln, dri'rHtcI)
anJ novrtly la. S a tut Jay you
rat J wCfnti toJj) only . ...
Stjlnli-Hjtk lUte fincRaugr.
JouMe sole. Ill nil srHCri hl.
I rr)icre cIm 50 cent.
Hrrmiitf Hick with
extra mIj intl mJJe
N; our IcaJrr at 40 cent,
nt, now Zriu
Dlamnni fast blJik m eaugr,
ribtvi tir JniUr rllt vk,
nrlkvitxYl N. Y .i1tsal
rrke $4 o ii Special at
LA DIES' 5T0CKIN0S
Uhllt tiki tntfJIuiTT weight
(.rtman manufacture A vh tke
I r this wttrk
White oimteJMacAt.iitton r1
fancv open work pattern Sell
at ;o tn ?f 1 elrfite Here
sales -to McBrvdt a. ?. nw. ic
People's Icr Refrlg. Co., 85.00; 100 Hwa,
8 ooj 100 Ewa, 28.00; too Lwa, 28.00; ico
ewa, 28 co; 10 fcua, 28.00; 5 bua, 38.00;
50 Ewa, 28 00.
WHITNEY '& MARSH, LIMITED
The Gunn Sectional Book-case-
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Book Cases ll
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
p. o. nox 621.
CLINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
WILLARD E. BROWN,
Balstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Slock and Bond Exchange
Stock and Bond Broker
lember of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
no ootids carefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary abserce Mr.
.Inter E. Paxton will act for me under
ull power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Poitoflice Box 390. Telephone iGg.
y)t Jm?'1j a
Tln MyrtlPH will glvo n sinokliiK con
ceit toitiDirow night nt Ihu boat house,
Tho following In the program: Intri)'
ilitotory rcmnrks, A. O M. Robertson;
ttiictlon; song. Tuxoilo Quartet; "Sotne
thlng," Johjt Plcr; Selection, Manilo
lln Club; roiib. C. N. I'rottty; selection,
"Myrtle .March," llerr Ilerger; nong
Tuxedo Quartet; li'cltatlnn, A. K. Slur
' phy: Bong. P. Knight; "Something
Kit," John Fiver; soni;, Tuxetlo Qunr
tet; selection, Slanilollu Club.
William W'dl f son, the soldier who Is
chatS'il with having passed 11 bogm
rhi'i 1: on tho Honoliilu Stock Yards
To., was glen n preliminary heurlng
liefnri) Juilco WIU ox thin morning. He
was held to answer hefotn tho Circuit
iYlclNERNV BLOCK, PORT ST,
By order of Jttdgo Clear today, tho
spedal March term of tho Circuit Court
was extended ten days from April 23.
Jury In tit ecasc of l.um Sung, charg
ed with malicious Injury returned a
verdict of guilty this morning. A tcn
tenco of three months at hard labor
was Imposed by Jttdgo Oear.
Tho caso ngalnst 12. I., flreen, on tho
charge of heedless driving, was thrown
out today by nollo prnic-'iul. This Is
the caso In which a native, woman Is
said to have dleil from Injuries receded
by reason of Green's negligence. It Is
probablo that a more, serious cfurgx
will bo lodged ngalnst CJreen.
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PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
TI.U.I'flOM MAIN iHIH.
Coiner Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-tn-diite HtickB nnd
RcHponHlblc l)rlv vn
AT AI.I. HOURS.
HARRY UOUbON, Manager,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
LATEST STiLES IN
E. W. JORDAN,
1 10 FORT STREET.