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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FKIDAY, APllL 2G, 1901.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A line location for a
with new furniture
for Ave yens .at a
A ve,r cheap pro
position In NUUANU
gate at once.
A new two story
six room house on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
ill MERCHANT ST., NEAR TORT.
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 them 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 nt the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United Stitesand
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7ITctll, NioHols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Block Buttvr, Celery,
and Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
Herry Hat i C
Salary and Commission
Why work for a master
when you can make
from $U0 to $40
SEE ATKINSON, MAGOON
BLOCK, MbHCIIANT ST.
TI.L, MAIN i9
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STOKE
COHNB KIM! AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICO IIOUHIl GOODH
Receive! by Every Steamer,
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the
city, Including tea, cofiee, 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 Clinches of assort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., for
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
i .1 ADWAI r f IITTBh
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
. wt, ,
Require the createst care
and constant attention that
the system may be kept
In perfect working order.
Is a gentle and healthful
aperient made from the
fruit of the Rrape, orange,
lemon and lime. It carries
off all useless matter from
the body, leaving It clean
and healthy. Try a bottle
and be convinced of Its
PACIFIC CARRHGE CO.
OF a l.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJp-to-dte Hacks und
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOHSON, Manager.
IHAIN J, 24
192 jfii.oo ner bottle. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
FreahBeattlo Hock Deer today at tho
A houso on Prospect street Is for
rent Sco To Let column.
Caranra & Co. can cow be found on
Alakea street between Kins and Mer
chant. Two slnglo rooms In n cottngo In
central location for rent. See To Let
There will bo a meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club Monday evening at
A largo double room with board, suit
nblo for couple or two gentlemen la
for rent. See To Let column.
The March term of tho Circuit Court
was adjourned this morning by Judgs
Clear slno dlo. This terra has been
twice extended by special orders of
both Judges Humphreys and Gear.
Tako a ride on the Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the un
surpassed 7lew of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Tho Gospel Temperance League will
hold a reception from 2 to 4 this af
ternoon at Murphy hall, corner of Doth
el and Hotel streets. The affair Is on
the occasion of the private opening of
In tho Federal Court the arguments
of counsel In the Sodergrcn nnd Stew
art assault caso were hard this morn
ing. J. J. Dunne for tho prosecution
talked over nn hour. Ho was followed
by W. A. Kinney for defense, who was
still speaking at noon.
Jared Smith's Plans
f, J r
In hhaOe and rOrm
Jarcd Smith, who has charge of tho
Agricultural Experiment Station at
this placo, has his ofllcc In tho CnpltM
building In order and has his work for
the next few months outlined and In
The tract of 222 acres beyond Punch
bowl hill, sloping to the crest of Tan
taluB, will soon be made over to the
Agricultural Department by proclama
tion of Governor Dole. Tho surveyor's
office Is now engaged In the task of
E'ttlng out the metes and bounds, de
scriptive of tho tract. The land waa
formerly vested in tho crown but was
set nsldo by leglslatlvo enactment In
1 1892 for tho uso of tho Hawaiian Bu
I rtau of Agriculture nnd Forestry. Tho
tipper portion of the tract has been
I planted to all varieties of forest trees.
under tho direction of various Forestry
I Mr. Smith has already called for bids
for clearing tho lard and Is having
I Dlans nnd snccKlcnttons Drenared for n
1 residence, office and laboratory to bs
erected -n tho lower portion of tho
tract nenr Punchbowl drive
The Mnklkl Hock Crushing plant Is
located on this agricultural reserve,
b.it Mr. Smith says It will not bo In
the way or Interfero with his purposes.
It Is situated on stony ground and
will not be an obstacle to tho growth
of good crops.
The first prnctlral Investigations as
an expert, to be made by Mr. Smith,
will be upon tho subject of poultry.
raising. Ho proposes. If possible, to '
I find out what disease It Is that kills off
! the chickens when young.
1 Another matter he has taken up Is
I that of finding somo species of tree
'that will grow In the scant soil on the
i rocky slopes. Ho believes tho cork oak
may solve tno problem, rnis tree is
beautiful In appearance, something
like the magnolia oak of tho South. It
Is ever green and will grow to full Mza
en rocky hillsides. Upsides making a
fine forest nnd shade tree, tho cork onk
yields a valuable commercial product.
The cork supply of tho United States
now comes from South Franco, Spain,
Portugal and Algeria. It Is not a very ,
high paying proposition anil me trees
come to tho cork slzo only after twen
FOR BISHOP MU6EUM.
J. W. Thompson, a noted painter of
animal life, especially well known as a
painter of fish, arrived In tho Ventura
IP work forho Ulshnp Museum. Ho
will remain here probably a year or
longor and paint the pictures and make
clay casts of all the marine animal and
tub lite of the Islands. He Is now look
ing about for a suitable location for
Shu studio which wllf be built near the
water and will be In tl e nature of an
buuarlum as well as a studio as besides
painting representatives of the fish
be makes a study of their habits.
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The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
in all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and very springy : : : : :
THE STORY OF
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f peine (.iiuuicum: ui i ivcu iiuihc muu mm mgeu auer ner evening s
performance. Immediately on entering her elaborate apartments she
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon -nd nonchalance she
threw her embroidered lace petticpat carelessly from her, and it caught
upon the curtain pole of a window. There it hung until morning, and,
when the petite one awoke she 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 that's how lace curtains originated.
ONE DAY IN NEW YORK
We stumbled across some American made Nottigham and Arabian
curtains that for artistic conceptions and beauty of designs burpass any
thing of the kind we have ever seen. We couldn't believe at first that
they had been made in America. Neither, perhaps, could you believe it.
But we bought those curtains and you are invited to come into our store
this week and examine them.
We call your especial attention to the Vestibule Panel Curtains. They
are different from anything ever shown here, not only different in design,
but different in prices. Ask to be shown a few of these items :
Rich Arabian Bed Sets.
Exquisitely lovely Jeslgm. Color tern, Slm
tvpreiJi iaxi(hmi44. Prict pr ut. $15 00
Bcru Arabian Curtain
AJequite description n' which would be wholly
ImpoitlHt 1 hey must te n. Suffice It to iy
that they ire copleJ from hand wrought nrljj'nal
which cost two hundred dollars a pair. 1 he are
j-j.50, io.oo, 11.(0 anj 13 o.
ARABIAN VESTIBULE AND PANEL CURTAINS
In order to Introduce these AMhKICAN MADU CURTAINS TO AMEMCAK BUYERS
we have taken these two numbers and m irked them down to actual cost as leaders.
This Is a genuine bargain opportunity and one which will last this week ot our Intro
ductory siie ot curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be J4.50 a pair. The panel
curtains will be f t.co each.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LIMITED
ine uunn sectional
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
P. O. BOX 621. PROGRESS
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
McINERNY BUOCIC. FORT ST.
FKESH SUPPLY OF THE
E. W. JORDAN,
10 FORT STREET.
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IN PARIS i
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Thit ou can'l help but bellete came frum Not
tingham (thusti they dlJn't) Sa oo, oo. 400
anJ jooi pair.
Dentclle nnd Nottlnghtim Bed Seta
Wonderfully clever rroJum of American Mills.
Cntlrny noel patterns. (,ner.utly maJe and
moderate.y Jftcei Si tj, fl.jo ani coo Tenet.
book - case
Famous Gunn Desks
BLOCK. PHONC 971
LATEST STYLES IN
HONOLULU STOCK KXCIIANCB
Honolulu, April i tooi.
NAME Of STOCK
C, tlrewer AcConrany
N.S 5chsDK.(.o. Ltd
l.u. tserf ct uo lu,
Ewa P. j nut Ion Co .
Himna Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
nawauan loib mi uo.
Hawaiian aojraf Co
Honomu Is u jar Co
llonokaa Suear Co
Haiku Suar Co
tCahuku Plantation Co
Klpahutu Sugar Co. ,
Koloa Sugar Co .
Kona Sugar Co., at.
Mcllrrde 5u Co..Ld.ai
Nahlku Sue Co. & a l'JT.
Oahu Sugar Co.
Unomea Sugar C
Ookala Suear Plan. Co.
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Surer Mill. ..
Pal. Plantation Co....
Pepeetcco Surer Co .
Pioneer Mill Co ...
Walatua Apr. Co..
Walanaa Company .,
Walmanalo Suear Co
Walmea Mill Co ...
Uil lav Cl...hl. -
Inter-lltani Steam N.Co
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co I
non reapu l.KLanlCo
Mutual telephone Co
Oahd H Kt I aft 4 r
non. sieam Launarw
t ,000,000 too
reopie t ice s Kit to
Flrit National Kar,U
FlritA.S. l)ank& T.Co
Mavallan Gor.e per cent
Hawa'lan rinv. ft rn
HiloU. R, Co. 6 per cent
lion. HaplJ Trantlt. . .
Ea Plantat n 6 per cent
Olaa Plantation 6 pc
uinu i'iinri;inn nn
SALES--; Oohala. i8 00.
WILLARD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichmg
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly CAeojted.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
blmer b. Paxton will art far m. nnw
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, JudJ Bulldinr.
Postoffice Box jqo. Telephone 1G0.
Mukec Island Music.
Tho hand will ulny tho fulluwlnir se-
IcctloiiH on Mnkco Island this evening:
Overture King's Lieutenant ....Tltl
Selection Kosa of Castillo IUKc
Cornet Solo Old Folks at Torao..
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
(a) Kaplllnn". (h) Wnlaiiuenuis.
Miss J. Kelllsa.
(c) Aloha no Wau, (d) MoanI ke
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection The French Maid
Serenade Lovo In Idleness (by re
quest ., Macbttk
Fantasia In Switzerland (by ro-
Waltz Love's Old Sweet Song....
The Star Spangled Banner.