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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 25, 1901, Page 5, Image 5',
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FOR SALE CHEAP
A tine location for a
with new furnltUre
for five years at a
A very cheap pro
position In NUUANU
gate at once.
A new two story
six room house on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
RfcAL ESTATE "
ill MERCHANT ST.. NEAR IORT
WE WANT THE
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 small, we will paint
It for t,hem at a small cost, 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 at the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United Stites and
"frVctll, nXTiolioljs Oo.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Block Butter, Celery,
anJ Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
Henry May & (jo
MALE OR FEMALE
Suliiry und Commission
Why work for a maMer
when you can make
from KIIO to $40
SEI: ATKINSON, MAGOON
HLOCK, .MIRCIIANT !T.
Til MAIS -ii
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STOIIIi
COI'NLW KIMi tl
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICII IIOUHII COOKH
8 HOTEL STREET
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the
city, Including tea, coffee, chocolate,
sweet milk, hot rolls and buns, nice
fresh bread and best creamery butt--which
only a .first -class bakerv could
supply for the low price cha-Rtd.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of asicrt-
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., fo-
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
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 fail
to investigate this up-to-date
Require the greatest care
and constant attention that
the system may be kept
In perfect working order.
Is a gentle anJ healthful
aperient made from the
fruit of the Kpe, orange,
lemon and lime. It carries
off all useless matter from
the body, leaving It clean
and healthy. Trv a bottle
and be convinced of Its
SI. 00 per bottle.
PACIFIC OABRUQE GO.
riLII'IIOM MAIN HUH.
Comer Hotel and Union Sis.
Up'to-iliitc lliickti mil
A I Al.l. MOUI'S,
IIAKKY DOIIbON, MiiiKr.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
All "nagles" drink Bock Deer nt the
Camara & On. can now bo found on
I Alnka street between Kins and Mcr
Attention of members of Co, A Is
! called to a meeting notice tinder New
The bench road nt the Junction of Al
len and Hlchnrds streets Is Impassible
After a fast voyaee of 25 days from
Kobe the American ship 1 illle E. Starbuck
arrived this morning.
There will be p regulnr meeting of
Kamchnmeha Lodge of Perfection this
evening. See New Today.
A party wants to borrow $1000". Hest
ff security nnd will pay good Interest.
So Special Notices In Want column.
The Keauhou which came oft the dry
dock yesterday sails for Honokaa and ku
kuihaele tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
I I he schooner t-annle Adele with 42:0
bags of K. P. Sugar left Koloa on the 23rd
. arriving this morning after a speedy trip.
, I'ng Kwal who committed an assault
uu A. Spinner paid a fine of JIO nnd
osts In the Police Court this morning.
The trial of Sodergren nnd Stewart
for nssault upon the high seas Is on
trial before Judgo Esteo In tho Federal
II. Anclon who stolo goods from tho
Morn of K. 0. Hall & Sons was this
morning committed to the Circuit
Court for trial.
Otizman the Spaniard who killed
Kanehoa Inst week was committed to
tho Circuit Court for trial this morn
ing by Judgo Wilcox.
Tho Odd Fellows' 82d anniversary
elebratlon will be held nt Progress
ball tomorrow evening. There will be
a program and dnnclng.
On account of a strike of the Ventura's
coal p.issers the big steamer was delayed
last night. She did not leave the harbor
until after Midnight.
The launch Waterwltch has been chart
ered by the Young Bros and Is now engag'
ed in the towing business. This morning
she brought the schooner Fannie Adele
into the harbor.
Tako a rldo on the Pacific Heights
Electric Railway nnd enjoy tho un
surpassed vlow of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Us best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
The Odd Fellows will hold n basket
picnic nt the Peninsula Saturday.
Hound trip tickets nre 50 cents for
lufiilts nnd 25 cents for children. Odd
Fellows and their families will go free
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve tho sue-
kess with which their efforts hnro been
The steamer Hanalel arrived from Kauai
this morning with iidfobigs uarior
HackfeU uo., ana 000 nags 0: rice.
When the Hanalel left Ahuklnl yesterday
the Hall was at Koloa. the Walaleale at
Hanamaulu loading. She will be In In
1 he transport Logan left for Manila last
evening. In twmtvtwo working hours
she took aboard 72: tons of coal. This Is
a record for coaling 1 transport. Besides
the coal the Logan took 4 so tons of water
from the new navy will thus saving $300
for the govenment. f.
Camarlnos receives for his remgera
tors nil the California fruits of tho sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
ipplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Ily his attorney, J. T. Do Holt, Man
ned Gomes Honrcco has filed n com
plaint In tho Circuit Court nsklng
judgment of $3000 ngnlnst Antonio J.
Sonez, for damages for trespass. Tho
parties to the suit aro partners In tho
dairy business nt Kallhl.
SUPREME COURT DECISION.
A long nnd inlrlcnto decision wns
handed down by the Supreme Court to
day In the Rtilt of Thomas Mllner Hnr
riton vs. J. A. Magoon, F. 11. McStock
r, L. C. Abies nnd Dorothea Unierson
The action wns one In nssumpslt','
wherein tho plnintlff Bought to recover
110,000 ns dnmnges for an alleged
breachfof a contract entered Info 't
Auckland between Tho African, Pacific
and lndlnn Hagcy Company, a Hono
lulu medicine company, of which tho
defendants were members, and .tho
plaintiff. A Bocond count Bought'to
recover n $10,000 Judgment, rendered
by the Supremo Court nt Auckland.
The Supreme Court partially upholds
tbe decision of tho First Circuit Court
In favor of defendants on demurrer but .
remands tho enso for further proceed-1
A FKE5H SUPPLY OF THE
H. T THURSDAY, APHIL 25, IDOL
THE STORY OF
A petite chanteusc arrived home
performance. Immediately on entering her elaborate apartments she
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon -nd nonchalance she
threw her embroidered lace petticoat carelessly from her, and it caught
upon the curtain pole of a window. There it hung until morning, and,
when the petite one awoke site was struck by the beautiful effect pro
duced by the sun's rays pepping through the embroidery and open work
of the petticoat. Her upholsterer was summoned and commissioned to
design curtains after the pattern of the undergarment. The idea was
novel and spread the world over. And
ONE DAY IN NEW YORK
We stumbled across some American made Nottigham and Arabian
curtains that for artistic conceptions and beauty of designs surpass any
thing of the kind we have ever seen. We couldn't believe at first that
they hail been made in America.
But we bought those curtains and
this week and examine them.
We call your especial attention
are different from anything ever shown here, not only different in design,
nut different in prices. Ask to be
Rich Arnblnn Bed 8etH.
ExquWtf 1y lovely designs Color ecru Slm-
pre..! 11x4. fctiamwxi. Prkt per Mt Jij oo
Bcru Arnblnn Curtulnti
AJeuatc description of which wojU be wholly
lmpotlM 1 hey must be seen. Suffice li to ay
that they ire copied from hind wrought original
which cost (wo hundred dollars a pair. Tliceate
jj jo, 10.0a, u.co ana ijio
In order to Introduce these AMLHICAN
we have taken these two numbers and nnrkeJ. them down to actual cost as leaders.
This Is a genuine bargain opportunity and one which will last this week ot our Intro
ductory sale ot curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be $4.50 a pair. The panel
curtains will be Ji.co each.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LIMITED
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONG. g7l H
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
S 13. 1 out Fy
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
- H - - M
E. W. JORDAN,
10 FORT STRBHT.
A most elegant, stylish,
The greatest comforter on
earth, all the finest points
In shoe miking combined
to make this Balmoral un
equaled. Every pair sold guaran
tees absolute comfort. We
are dally receiving testi
monials from our customers.
tired nnd fagced after her evening's
that's how lace curtains originated.
Neither, perhaps, could you believe it.
you are invited to come into our store
to the Vestibule Panel Curtains. They
shown a few ot Were Items:
ThJt ou can thtlp but bllec cime from Not
tlngtiim (Ih9uj;h they JUn t Si.oc, j oo. 4 00
anJ j 00 ralr.
Dcntcllc unci Nottlnglintii Bed SctH
Wnnirrfull) clevtr rnUucts of American Mllti.
I ntlreiy no el pattern, (jener uity maJe -J
mojeratclv pHrei Si.'J, f it ani t coper set
AND PANEL CURTAINS
MADi: CURTAINS TO AMERICAN I1UVEKS
LATEST STYLES IN
HONOLULU STOCK liXCIIANCB
Honolulu, April 25, loot.
NAME OF STOCK
C.. Flrewef ft Comranv
N.S Sachs D(i Co, LtJ
L.11. Kerr cV (.0,, Ltd
Ewa Plantitlor Co ..
Hamos Plantation Co
t ,000,000 too
Hawaiian AcTlculturalCo j
nawaiiani.om &u uo,
Hawaiian Stgtr Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Suar Co .
Ha'ku Sugar Co ,.
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Kljahulu Suar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co ....
Kona Suffar Co.. as .
" pd up
Nihlku Sue Co. Ltd s
I l.fcoo.ooo! loo
Onomea SujarCo. . ..
Ookala Surar Plan Co,
OlatSu. Co.. Ltd . as I
Olowalu Company . .
Paiuhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suar Mill. . .
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pepeekeo Surar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
WaUtua Aj?r. Co , as
Waltuku Sugar Co. ..
Walmanalo SujEar Co .
I 150,000 loo
5 000,000 50
I 500000) loo
f 50,000 too
I 1 50,000 loo
waimea Mill 1.0
Wilder Sleamihlfi ri
Intcflsland Steam NCoi
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co
Hn Rapid T.& Land Co;
Hon Steam Launirv.
300,000 1 too
f 50,000. too
t W,mo 10
Mutual Telephone Co .
reopie t ice at k 1 (t Col
rirst National Bank ...'
First A. S Hank & T. Col.
Hawaiian (jnv.6rr rnl .
H1I0 R. R,Co. 6 percent .
Hon. Naptl Trsnilt. J.
Ewa Plantat'n ftrerrent,..
uanu k & Land Co, pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
SALGSICO KahnUil. tificrv en Lfrihit.
ku, 26.00; 25 KahuUu, 26.00: 50 Kaliuku,
20.00; 50 Kahuku, 2fco; 50 Kaliuku.
2G.00; 25 Kahuku, 26.05; 25 Honomu,
127.00; 127 Oahu, 156 w; 50 Haw'n Su
gar. 42.00; 3,000 Haw'n Govt 6s, 100.00;
j Walalua, 11600; ? Walalua. 115.75: 25
Walalua, 115.00; 35 Ewa, 28.00; 25 Ewa,
WILLARD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities. '
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Excliangej;
Stock andBond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchaug
Orders for the nurchase or sale nf .tn.-l
ana ton Jj carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temnorarv nhwio Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Potoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
London Sugar Market ilxclted.
London, April 17. Tho excitement
In the sugar market lucreaeca uh Sir
Michael lllckti-Ueach's budget Btate
ment 1 otm-i nearer. The Clyde cruahed
BURur exchanRu opened very excitedly
today. Price Immediately Jumped Cd.
a hundredweight above yesterday. The
demand was so strong that rcflucrt
asked for and secured un additional
3d. llrcrythlng offered was sold bo
(ore the close. All the refineries lmv
been working day and night for a v:ck
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
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