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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. ,T.,' THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1901.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A fine location for a
with new furniture-
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.
US MERCHANT ST.. NEAR FORT.
WE WANT THE
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has. an Iron Roof, no
matter ho large or small, we will paint
It for them at a smalt cost, anJ, If It Isitot
satisfactory, they need not pay for it. The
fifty roofs that we have painted In the last
Uvo months, are all giving the best of
satisfaction. See testimonials nt the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for UnlFed St tes and
mmWM BUrwIo lei is. IS.13.4
TOTei-ll, IXTiclxols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
J'- Block Butter, Celery, :;
(; Caulitlowers, Rhubarb yi
)J and Asparagus, Peas, '.
! Cheese, Finnan Had- !);
dies, Oysters, etc., etc. U
Henry May & (jo
MALE OR FFMALB
Salary and Commission
Why work for a master
when you can mike
from 88l) to $40
block, Merchant st.
TEl. MAIN in
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COHSIIH KIW WD
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
i:n iiousn coods
Reccl4 Ei try Sliamtr,
8 .. n
Serves the finest Jalry lunch In the
city, Including tea, coffee, chocolate,
sweet milk, hot rolls and buns, nice
fresh bread and best creamery butter
II wlikhonlya first class bakery could
supply for the low price charged.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of assort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
Pies and Doughnuts, Etc., for
15c each package. ,
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
g J. 08WALD LUTTED,
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation o'
building a stack of sections and Indicate
the practical results of " Epanslon."
The busy manshoulJ not fail
to investigate' this up-to-date
In your bed, moths hi your
clothes, cockroaches and ants
everywhere In your house,
and mosquitoes to tantalize
you at night,- buy a bottle of
A wonderful preparation that
will kill bugs and Insects as
well as their ergs. The
25c Per Bottle
It has a pleasant, healthful
tar o.lor and w'll not stain
the most dellcaie fabric.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJp-to-dqte Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
yr ov.'ir'.v . v- . t t
tvlrm Uay$t ffgi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain. '
Getting up to date; Pantheon Sa
loon. Berrty &, Fullerton want second
A big .-.;' Insurance trust is talked
in New York.
A tils stillto of natural gas has been
tnned in Ttxns.
The Doric sails for tlie Orient this
tiftcrnoun at 6 o'clock..
Cortetondcnt Walter Wellman con
template another trip to the North
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alak'n street between Kin and Mer
Italy'Kfrlendshlp for France Is caus
ing much anxiety In German diplomatic
Customs. Inspector George W, Keis
ter Is on d.ity ngnln after a severe siege
San rranrlsco ts making great prep
arations o receive the President on
A. Hrnux-r traveling agent for Von
Hamm-YouriK no., will return In the
It ts 'specte by her many frleni's
that Mlt Antn will leae tor the Coast
tt Is reported on Wall street that tho
Chicago and Northwestern will leaae
the Union Pncflc.
V. H. Pcmlsen. PAINTING AND PA
PERHAN01NO, King. cpp. Kawaiahaa
Church. Tel. White 3112.
The nomination of S8n llcutenwiU
under the new nrmy bill have been an
nounced by tho President.
The Southern Pacific and Santa Fo
have made an agreement to divide tho
passenger trafflc from California.
The many friends of .Mr. nml Mrs.
Emmet Burke nro sorry to learn that
they Wive for tho Coast on the next
Mrs. Krv -vlfo of Captntti Fry of'tho
schooner Atalm will remnln tare with
friends iluitag tho vessel's trip to tho
It. 'i Shingle, manager for Henrj
WaterhotaVfe Co. expects his mother
town fro.4 the Mainland In tho near
Olaa stc It Is taking n llttlo upward
lump.- TblB morning tho sale of 100
ihares at I52',2 was repotted on
Doer nBTits In New Orleans are
charged 7;lth "dosing" horses and
Oittles fhlpped from that port for tno
In tht Pcillec Court this morning,
fnctntho Thomaa was sentenced to two
u on t lis in tho Ttcform school on tho
harge of truancy.
Meta A. Sutherland, executrix of tho
vlll of Maria A. Brims, gives notlco to
til creditor to present their claims at
nice. Sn Now Today.
Aspeclal train bearing .Tames J. Hill
untie the trip from St. Paul to Seattle
oer the Great Northern In forty-five
hours. The dlstanco Is 1S13 miles.
Archie GllfUlnn and Clarence Crattbo
were back at their iiosU on tho mall
Almrf thit morning explaining to their
-onMltufnU how It all happened.
Mr. Hut'h Tovls and brldo of San
''rnncUco are through passengers In
the Doric. Mr. Tcvls is the son of tho
late Lloyd Tovls ono of California's
Polnalea was this morning fined t!50
and cods In tho Police Court by Judgn
Wilcox, lie was remanded from the
Superior Court for sentence. The
charge a tilling liquor without a li
cense. A number of dishes, napkins, knives
and fork ind other articles loaned
by ladles lor uso at tho May Day festi
val were taken to tho heme of Mrs. G.
1.. Crablie. Tho owners may secure
their property by calling.
The crowd of crap chooters bucking
the banker on the Wilder wharf this
morning had things their own way.
The bankers wiro cleaned out twlco
and lott during the morning in tho
neighborhood of (200.
Camarlnog. receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits nf the sen
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
'ipples, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone, No. Malnk 378.
If yi.u w.tnt to buy n first class, gunj
nnteed camera for ono quarter less than
you would have to pay for tho same
article In New York city, drop in to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and atk to see their reduced stock.
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
4- -I- 4-
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both in Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
In all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and vety springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
THE STORY OF
f ONE NIGHT IN PARIS
. A petite chanteuse arrived home tired and fagged after her evening's
performance. Immediately on entering her elaborate apartments she
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon and nonchalance she
threw her embroidered lace petticoat
upon the curtain pole ot a window.
when the petite one awoke site was
duced by the sun's rays peeping tli
of the petticoat. Her upholsterer
design curtains alter the pattern ot
novel and spread the world over. And
ONE DAY IN
We stumbled across some American made Nottigham and Arabian
curtains that lor artistic conceptions
thing of the kind we have ever seen.
tfey ltad been made in America.
But we bought those curtains and
this week and examine them.
We callyour especial attention
are dilierent Irom anything ever shown here, not only dlltereit in design,
nut uuterent in prices. Ask to he
Rich Arnblnn Bed HctH. ,
GxjUltcly lof!y Jcilgna Color icru, Slita
aprraJa utj. slumi axj, Prlc. per acl $1300
Ucpu Arnblnn Curtulnn
Adequate deicrirtion of whlrh wojM be wholly
Impostlbl. hey mutt ha aeen. Suftice I1 10 ay
thai iliey are copleJ rem hanj wrought nrlg nal
which coatlwo hunJrei Jcllara a pair. The. are
3 30, io.co, 110 ana 1510.
In order to Introduce these AMERICAN
we have taken theie two numbers anJ mirkeJ them down to actual cost as leaders,
litis Is a Etnulnc bargain opportunity and one which will last this week ol our Intro
ductory saie ol curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be 54.50 a pa'r. The panel
curtains will be St.co each. .
WHITNEV Sfe MARSH. LIMITED
CLIINTOiN J. HUTCHI1NS,
McINERrSY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Gleaners' Ia,wn Party
AT W.R. CASTLES,
Corner of Klnau ani
Victoria Stteets, : : : :
Saturday, May 4,1901.'
r.jo to 6.1. M.
SALE UBGINS AT 3.
General Admission, 25 cents. '
Children under 12 years, 10 cents,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
E. W. JORDAN,
- 10 FORT STREET.
s0 IIP "ft
y " m y
carelessly from Iter, and it caught
I here it hung until morning, and,
struck by the beautiful effect pro
rough the embroidery and open work
was summoned and commissioned to
the undergarment. I he Idea was
that's how lace curtains originated
and beauty ct designs surpnss any
We couldn't believe at first that
Neither, perhaps, could you believe it.
you are invited to come into our store
to the Vestibule Panel Curtains. They
shown a tew oi there Items :
That yotl can't h,lp tut bellev cam from' Not
tingham (tti.ush they JUntJ fa,o(. 300. ao
atU 300 a pair.
Dentclle nntl Nottingham Bed 8ctH
Woniertulty clewr pr3lucta ot afflerlcan Mitts
Entlr,y novel patterna, deneraualy maie aid
moieratelyprl.ti 5i t5, a 30 ani 3 co par act
AND PANEL CURTAINS
MADU CURTAINS TO AMERICAN HUYEKS
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In Pins, Rings, Brohes,
Links, and everything car
ried by a first-class jeweler.
H. G. BIART,
1013 FORT STREET.
LATEST STYLES IN J
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May 2, loot.
NAME OF STOCK jfJ it
J up je
C Brf dr Comfinv.
N.S cluDG.G, LtJ
l.u. Mr l & 1,0,, LtJ ,.
Ewi PlinlitlonCo .....
Himna PUnrt(on Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ....
Honomu Sugar Co
HonokaaStgar Co .,i
n.'.N ou,r i.a ... .
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Kliahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Surar Co . at
rt.l.. C - . - r v
"tiu jurir o p. . ...
Otjkala Surar Plan. Cj,
Olaa Su. Co.. LM., a)
ntaaSuCoLU. pi up
aunau ou. Kian. 1.0, .
PlTa Plantation Co
iffar Ca .
Plonnr Mill Co
Wuiua Agr. Co . ai
Walanat Company .
Walluku Surar Co
Watmanato Sugar Co .,
Wll t C1....I.1. a .
i'i aiciriiiiip v-Q.tal
HaaiUin l-1-rrif f I
non. 3itm Laundjrv.
Mutual Telrpbone Co
Popl ck Rt'g'do
First Nit Ion 1 1 Bark
A.S Dink ft r.Co
HtwVUnGov, 5ffr nt
H1I0K.R, Co. 6 percent
Hon. Wapll Trunin.. .
twa Plintat'n 6 per cent
'iiu iijiniiiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
SALES to Waialu3,Jtl5.J5; too Olaa,
WILLARD G. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Go;;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchan g e.
Stock and bud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Elmer H. PYtnn U'lll Tift fnr mm linear
full power of 'attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd BulldlnE.
Po$toi1ice,Bo. joo. Telephone 1G9.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Plow ninnufnctiirercs liavo orgnntzed
1 $30,000,000 trust.
Cltliit nml towns along tho Ohio riv
er have bt'cn tlireato ivil with sovcro
.Mount Vcsmlus Is In rctlvo eruption.
Uov. William Stttbbs, lllsliop ot Ox
ford, Is tlcad.
There Is moro talk of a fight between
Jeffries and Hulilln being pulled of lit
Reckless speculation on Wall street
Is worrying United States Treasury
officials on account of the consequent
clanger of defaulting bank officials.
Charles Drown president and K. L.
Cnnby cashier of tho First National
llank of Vancouver committed sulclilo
by shooting themselves. Failure of
the bank and exposure of fraud was tho
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