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EVENING DVLLETIK. HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNE3DAY..MA1' I, 1301
mintr". s !
U$ .., .
FOR SALE CHEAP
A fine location for a
with new furniture
or five yens at a
A very cheap pro
position In NliUANU
gate at once.
A new to storv
six room house on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
HI MERCHANT ST.. NEAR FORT.
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the 1
city, Including tea, coffee, chocolate,
sweet fnllk, hot rolls and buns, nice j
I fresh bread and best creamery butler
which only a first-class bakery could
supply for the low price charged.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches cf assort-
ft eJ Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., for
15c each package.
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO
" ARABIC "
ISANEW THING HERE.
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Roof, ,no
matter how large or sma I, we, will paint
It for1 them at a small cost, and. If It Is not
satisfactory, they need not ray for It. The
fifty roofs that we have painted In the last
two .months, are all giving "the best of
satisfaction. See tes:lmor,lals at the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd. '
Agents for United Stitesand
LOCAL AND GENERAL'
A wheelwright wanted. Sec 'anl
Ucrrey & Fullcrton want second
D. V. McNIchoIs has become a part
ner In tho Criterion saloon.
Itye brail, baked beans Vlenr.:
tauHige. and bock beer nt noon; Pan
Dr. J. 7. Wayton Is conflnoil to his
bed cm! will not bo able to bo around
fur several flays. ,
V. H. Toulson, PAINTING AND PA
PEItHANGlNO, King, dip. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. Whlto 3112.
There will be an election of onTcera
at the rgti!nr meeting of Nuuanu
Chapter, No. 1 Rose Croix, tomorrow
- A new line of gent's furnishings,
silk good)' and fancy articles arc now
being shown by U. Sekemoto. Sec his
nd on pafe J. ,
Notl. e of tho thlrtj PMessment of 23
per ctn' o:i tbo' capital stock of the
Honolulu .Stock Yards Co. appears na
iler New .Today.
If you hf.vo moths In your clotbes,
bugs In your bed, cockroaches and mos
1iilto"A !n your house, try "flotigh-on-Burs,"
15 rents per boltlo at Hobron
Drug Co. It has a pleasant, healthful
odor that bigs and Insects don't like.
Michael Swan, a tailor on the
schooner Aumlial. was nrralgncd In the
Federal Court t.ls morning on the
charge of aisault upon tho high seas.
F. M. Thompson was appointed by
Judge ntee to defend tho prisoner.
The Jury was Impanelled and the tak
ing of testimony begun before noon.
WANG LA8T NIGHT.
A roo.1 house greet"!! the perform
nmc of '.Vng" at the Hawaiian Opera
House lat night. Tbo performance
I was very a icptablo and tho different
at tors cnnn-it correctly find fault with
the approval manifested by tbo audi
ence from t-tart to llnlsh. Kunkel was
I not n De Wolf Hopper but ho was en
tertaining. Josephine Stanton made
r.n effort '.o tako tho house by storm,
but wr.s lvt?r and Ingenuous through
tho whole opera. Tho Honolulu the
ater gollilj, pJbllc will not regUtcr and
fccrlo-ig Mill iu long as It U as well en
tcrlalri"' iih It was last night with
m.mmwT-. !. r., .lJw." "i
Expansion Systems !
The-Illustration refects the oreratlon ol
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
' , A SIO.000,000 PETITION.
The p1!1Igii Is Intended to present to
Mthe notle-f of legislators tho untraval
I able cor. li'inn of the ri-irti In the Ko
I nalo dlf'.rkt and to which Frank God
) frey has ohtnlned signatures of firms,
' corporations nnd Individuals repre
, suiting ljei'vecn ten and fifteen mil-
' lions o! dollars lias soma show of hear-
' in? frill, liv llii, lllflprtlnn nf nil ltpl'1 nt
J.'O.Oi'O In tbo Appropriation bill, In
accordant with u resolution Introduc
ed by Representative Kumnlae. Hop
retentatlve Aylett Introduced the peti
tion r.:nl bntli petition nnd resolution
meet with the approval of tbo Commit
tee on Public I-i n ila and Internal Im
proements of the Houift.
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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 ve'y springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
THE STORY OF LACE CURTAINS.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honolulu, May I, iqok
NAME OF STOCK
C Wrtwer ft Company.
N.S .cc!nDG. Co, Lt.
L.U.K'trrtV Co., LU ,.
Ew PliMitlorCo ....
niwit ini.om baulo
I(jiw4llin Suer Co ...
Honomu iuef Co
HonnkiSuKr Co ...
Hi'ku Sugr Co ...
Kthuku Planutlon Co.
Kianuiu a UK at t,Q,ui
Koloi Suftir Co
MctlfvJiSii Co., LJ.ii)
Z P vp
Nttilku Sue Co. Lti t
uinu aurir u. ...
Ookali Susir Plan. Co
OlnSu. Co., L(J., tit
OliaSuCoLtJ. pi up
Otowalu Company. .
Paauhju Su. Plan. Co ,
Pall Plantation Co
Prkco Susar Co . .
WaUhji Ar Co , a
Walana Company ....
WaltnanaloSujar Co ..
Wilmta Mill Co ... .
WllJff Stlmthln Tn
Inter-ItUni Steam N.Co
Hawaiian b1ctrlf Co .
Hon. Steam LaunJrv....
Mutual Tf If phone Co
Paoplt'a tct it R lc Col
Pint National bark ..
Fir MA.1, Hank 5c T.Co
Hawaiian Gov. 6 pr cent'
Hawa'lanfov. j percent'
HiloR. R.Co. 6prrcenl
, NapiiTrimit. ...
Era Plantal'n 6 percent
Oahu Plantation Ape
Olaa Plantation 6 pc
It 5,000 1
f SO.OOC '
TTITebll. KTioliols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Block Butter, Celery,
and Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
--- -i?T--?-ri2'r r-fs
Henry May & (Jo
In your bed, moths In your
clothes, cockroaches and ants
everywhere In your house,
and mosquitoes to tir.tallzs
vou at night, buva bottle ol
.MAIN i 24
MALE OR FEMALE
Salary und Commission
Why work for a master
when you can make
from $30 to S40
SEE ATKINSON, MAGOON
BLOCK, MERCHANT ST.
A wonderful preparation that
will kill bugs and Insects as
well as their eggs. The
25c Per Bottle
It has a pleasant, healthful
tjr -oJor and will no, stain
the most delicate fabric.
Allan Htibert linil IWO pni'kaRiwJof
(lower jK'iIb at tho Capitol grounds
this morning for distribution among
Hip fchool clillilron. Tho supply was
placid in "liarso of a Japanese, who
was Kiipl'Osed to pa3s thoni ant to tho
children. Tho crowd failed to under
stand the proposition and seemed to
think It vas n chance tor looting. I'or
tugiKff. natives nnd whites, made n
airnmhle and carried tljs seeds away by
the arrnfal Tho outcome of the Rift
cnterprh" was very disappointing to
Mr. Herbert, who had Bono to Rret
paltii, to ullect tho seeds nt his farm.
ONE NIGHT IN PARIS '
A petite chanteuse arrived home tired and fagged after her evening's
performance. Immediately on entering her elaborate apartments sht
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon ind nonchalance she
threw her embroidered lace petticoat carelessly from her, -and It caught
upon the curtain pole ot a window. I Here it hung until morning, and.
when the petite one awoke she was struck by the beautiful effect pro
duced by the sun's rays peeping through the embroidery and open work
of the petticoat. Her upholsterer was summoned und 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 surpass 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.
Hut 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 ditferet in design,
but different in prices. Ask to be shown a few of there Hems:
That oa esn't Mp tut rttlet, cim, frritn Not
tlnehm Uhdvich they JlJn I) ti.yt joo 4.00
ani s& pair.
Dentellc nnil Nottingham lied Betn
WnnJpflull) ctewr proJum nt Amfrkm M IU.
Lntlrt y nuwl patterns, (ienvr utty maJ a 1
trinitrate!) pttcel fi -t, t ;n arj txorcr it.
ARAUIAN VE8TIHULU AND PANLL CURTAINS
In order to Introduce these AMERICAN MADU CURTAINS TO AMERICAN BUYERS
we have taken these two numbers and nnrkeJ them down to actual cost as leaders.
This Is a cenulne bargain opportunity and one which will last this ueck ol our Intro
ductory sile ol curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be 54.50 a pa'r. The panel
curtains will be fl.co each.
WH.IX1NEV & MARSrl, LIMITED
CLIINTOIM J. HUTCHIINS,
nivinpMns PAin- n....... v. r-
2?;; Haiku, i j Hawalfan Sygar Co. i'i
rvaiiuKit, ii 1-1,1. j-: waimea Mill Co.
1,, ; Oahu, 1?,, : Walmanalo, 2 ; Ew.t,
;V, Horo'aa, i ; Olowalu, 2"i ; L. B.
Kerr, t; Walluku, 5?.';lPaclficSuKar.MIII
SAl.ES-3 Ewa, 5:8.i2'i.
The j -ond baseball gamo of tho sea
son will be played this afternoon at
the Oahu Collego grounds between thn
Oahu Colleen baseball team nntl the
ball tcwa from off the Solace.
The local team should win unite
easily, rjuiiglnc from tho showing mndo
by them last Saturday against tho Y.
M. C. A. The soldiers novo not their
land lets yet, but they claim to havo
e pltthtr who will proo to be a put
zlo for the collegians. Tho gauojbc-,
Rlns at 3 o'clock.
Rich Ambliin ISctl Sets.
rjxquUI'ety turly JeUn Color tctu. Slis-
,preajf nt4,liim,4X4. Prlctpiriet. $jj 00
Bcru Arnhlnn CuptnlnK
AJequate Jhrirt!on ot hl(h ojlJ wolly
lmpissltl liey mim he un. Sunce It to lay
that thfy r, cupi4 'rem hani roujtht orle nalt
illicit coittMohunire iollars a pair. 1hctA.
),o. tooo, ijoana ijto.
McllNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
It Is n Ileal I'lcnBiirt, to us to speak
favorably of PAIN-KILLER, knotti til
most universally to bo a' good nnd sate
remedy for burns and other pains of
the body It Is valuable not only for
colds In winter, but for various summer
complaints, and should bo In every
family. The casualty which demands
It may come iiuawarc Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there is but
one Puln-Klller, Perry Davis'. Price
25c. and tiOc.
Cleaners' Lawn Party
AT W. R. CASTLE S,
Corner of Klnau and
Victoria Stieets, : : : :
Saturday, May 1901.
2:30 to 6 P. M.
HALE IJIIGIN8 AT 3.
General Admission, .25 centj
Children under 12 years, 10 cents,
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In Pins, Rings, Brooches,
Links, anJ everything car
ried by a tirst-class jeweler.
H. G. BIIART,
1010 TORT STREET.
VlLLARD E. DiOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
S,tock and Bond Exchange
Stock and ba,.d Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichang
Orders t jr the purchase or sile of stocks
ana bonds careful! v and promrjtlv e.cuted.
DIlHlNt". mi l,mnrtrru qK.n.. Mr
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
GrounJ Floor, JjdJ Building.
Portoftice Box 390. Telephone 160
Suit wag filed In iqulty today by
Thomas Metcalf . Antono J. Lopez to
compel the leconveyanco of certain
rem esmie. inn petition alleges that
uhen plaintiff was a minor ho deeded
to defendant between 1 and 17 acres of
land for n consideration of JIOO. It
Is also nllced that tho land Is worth
over,tSOOO and that good conscience
requires that the deed be set nslde.
'V'WAVfViVt mi. Druggists
MAGIC sj the money
S HEADACHE!: If they fan
' WAFERS ! to cure.
1tWM..'..V.V.W55: rvi in wnU
111, H1N 149
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COUNFH KIMi AS'I)
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
IJB II0U8I. 00008
Ktctlvti k) Ever)' Slanr,
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Corner Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Jlpcks find
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE '
' ERECT FORM
LATEST STU.ES IN
I 10 FORT STREBT.
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