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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1901
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FOR SALE CHEAP
A Tine location for a
with new furniture
for five years at a
A very cheap rro
ppsltlon In NUUANU
gate at once.
A new two story
six room house on
C.-E. MOORE & CO.
itl MERCHANT ST.. NEAR FORT.
WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO
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 tfiat we have painted In the last
two months, are all Riving the best of
satisfaction. See testimonials at the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United St ts and
rt7",llf OXTioliols Oo.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
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Block But,ter, Celery,
and Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
Henry May & (Jo
MALE OR FEMALE I
Salary and Commission
Why wotk for a master
when yoii can make
from 830 to 640
per week. .
SEE ATKINSON, MAGOON
BLOCK, MERCHANT ST.
TCI. J1AIS 1.9
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CONNER. KINli AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB HOUSH GOODS
RclvJ by Every Sleaser,
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the
city, Ircludlnc tea, Coffee, 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 chared.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of assort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches-
Pits and Doughnuts, Etc., for
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. n.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration refects the operaticn (.
building a stack of Jtcticns and Indicate
the practical results of " Expznsicn."
The busy man should not fall
to investigate this up-to-date
In your bed, moth In ycur
clothes, cockroaches and ants
everywhere In ycur house,
and mosquitoes to tantallzt
you at night, buy a bottle cl
A wonderful pera-atlon that
will kill bugs and Insects ?s
well as their eggs. The
25c Per Bottle
It has a pleasant, healthful
tar odor and will r.ot stain
the most dellca't fairlc.
PACIFIC CABRI46E CO.
TELLPHONE-MAIN 308. $
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJpto-dnte Hacks and
AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Getting up to date; Pantheon Sa
loon. T r Lindsay slarts for the Matnland
Berrey & Fullcrtou want second
A tipprind li.iml lilnvpln uanrftil. fifn
A pair of eye glasses fouiul. See
A furnished front room to let. See
To Let column.
H, H Williams returned from Kauai
In the Makee this murnlng.
J A. Lindsay leaves for the Coast
on business In the near future.
t An Important notice to members of
i Co. A appears under New Today.
A new six room cottage only f 12 a
month Is for rent. See To Let column.
Camara & Co. can now be found oo
Alaka street between Kins and Mer
Lt 'he Olcanera' lawn party be your
Snttlrtlny afternoon entertainment for
' Tteo. Richards and wife will leava
I for an extended trip to the Mainland
1 next weik.
I 7lire wilt be an Important meeting
' of the B I'. 0. E. Saturday evening at
1 Among the passengers who nil! sail
for the1 Const In the next Mariposa la
D. T Davles.
V. H. l'oulson, PAINTING AND PA
PEHHANOING. King. cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. Whlto 3112.
Harold -M. Mott-Smlth ttlll leave for
the Cinkt In the Mariposa. Ills fa
mily will accompany him.
W. M. Glffnid, manager of V. J.
Irwin it Co., goes to the Mainland on
a butlness trip next week.
The numbers of Goo. W. De I.onje
I'oit. G. A. It., will meet at their hall
on unduy at 2 o'clock p. m.
Th band will play at the Gleaners'
levn party tomorr,ow(afternoon Instead
Of at Emma Square as Is customary.
There will be a meeting of the Tra
terniil Onlcr of Eagles In K. P. hall,
Fort.itreet on Sunday. May Bth at 9:30
Sarc Farker Is booked for San Fran
cisco .a the Mariposa. He expects to
m--t tli'j Presidential party lu Sau
II. J. Olllisple and John Hrucc ero
doth ambted yesterday on the charge
ol vf g-ency. Their cases )cre put over
until .Monday. '
Mrj. .lured Smith nnl little son will
I-a; ju tho Aoiangl for ?dney, Aus
tTuV.U. whnre Bhe will visit her parents
for th next four months.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Cna nlll leave
for Saa Francisco In tho Mariposa.
Thty will proceed at onco to their
country Jiome in Long Branch.
Th adjourned annual vestry meet
ing U Ht. Clement's chapel will tnko
plac this evening at 8 o'clock and a
full nutting Is earnestly itqucsted.
Mr. und Mrs. J. K. Austin. Mrs. V. J.
Kroner and chlldieu and Mrs. It. K.
Hatklll and child will leae for the
Mainland In the Marlpoia. next week.
Unlm the eoutherley weather which
has'prtvolled for the past several days
chaijkth it Is piobable that but frw of
the yaihu will attempt to make Pearl
Mrt W. G. Ashley will go to Pearl
City for a brief vacation In the near
future. Afterwards, sho will Ieao for
the Mainland remaining for some time.
Mr. Ashley will also go.
All Maud Gaskell Luce has filed a
petition far the appointment of a new
I nrtminMiator for the estate of Mary
, EHi.rtrttb. Luce, to succeed William
Feal orn Luce, deceased.
Take rt ride on tnj Pacific Heights
'EUctilc Railway and enjoy tho un
isurpaittd 7lew of ocean, mountain and
valley Honolulu looks Its best from
! Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Anon; tho passengers leaving today
lr the Mauna Loa were: S. M. Kaua
kanut H. W. Knight, Col. Sam Norrls,
1 Capt. J 11. Harrison. .Mis. J. T. Eck-
hrrt end son,-Oto.j Clark and W. H.
Putfcei Klbling of the Claudlno re-
I ports lotd of rnln on Maui. On Sunday
I lan the big electrical 'storm wast felt
on Maul and the lightning destroyed
the telephono In the offlco of the Klpa-
hula Sugar Co.
H. E. Ilcarslcy appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charge
of larceny of some paint Vtd paint
brush' k. Tho case was continued until
Monday. Attorney Strauss appeared
for tho itefendant.
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both in .Ladles' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
in all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and very springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
THE STORY OF
A petite chanteuse arrived home
performance. Immediately on entering Iter elaborate apartments she
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon -nd nonchalance sh
threw her embroidered lace petticoat
upon tne curtain poie oi a window,
when the petite one awoke she was struck by the beautiful effect pro
duced by the sun's rays pepping through the embroidt ry 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
y. We stumbled across some American made Nottlgham and Arabian
curtains that for artistic conceptions and beauty of designs surpnss 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
tliis 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,
out ditierent in prices. AsK to be
Klch Arabian Bed Sctit.
CquMte'y toely Jetlgnt Color ecru Slrt
tpreaJt tan.Mumt 4x1, Price per tet. J) 00
Bcru Amblnn CurtdlnH
AJequtte Jetcnption ol which wnjtj be wholly
Impo.lMe hey mut be ttto. SufTice II to tay
that lliey are copleJ rrm hinj wrought orlg nalt
which cott two hunJrel iollart a pair. 1 hew ate
.)o, loo. 110 and 11 to.
ARABIAN VESTIBULE AND PANEL CURTAIN8
In order to Introduw these AMfcKlCAN MADIi CURTAINS TO AMCKICAN 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 of curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be 54.50 a pair. The panel
curtains will be Si.co each.
WHITNEY, 6b MARSH, LIMITED
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
IEIl is. !i ou"1 ay
jYIcINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Gleaners' Lawn Party
AT W. R. CASTLE S,
Comer of Klmu and
Victoria Streets, : : : :
I Saturday, May 4, 1901.
2!0 to 6 P. M.
SALE UBGIN8 AT 3.
General Admission, 25 cents.
Children under 12 years, 10 cents.
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A. FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
E. W. JORDAN,
tired and fagged after her evening's
carelessly from her, and it caught
i nere it nung until morninc. and.
shown a lew ot there items:
Thjt you can't hlp tut Ull tiivi from NV
tlnctijm (ttnuch they JUn t) ?t.or. oo. 4 oo
Jlnj J.OO A rir
Dcntcllc mill Nottingham Bed KetH
WonJerfully clevr rroiiKtt of American Mill.
Lntirt.y novel fatternt. tiener .uly male a A
mnJeratclyptkei li m, 30 anj s.oorret
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In Pins, Rings, Brooches,
Links, and everything 5ar
ricd by a first-class jeweler.
H. G. BIART,
1010 FORT STREET.
.LATEST STiI.ES l,'2 ""
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCIIANGB
Honolulu, May 3, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
C flrer A Cnmranv
N S 5lM D f J. Co, Ltd
l.u. cerr & Co., m.
E Plantation Co"?!,
Kamoa Plantation Cn
Hawaiian urn & u (.0.1
Hawaiian Suear Co ....
Honorau Sugar Cp . .1
Honr.kaa Sugar Co ...
Haiku Sugar Co .... I
Kahuku plantation Co.. I
Kiahulu Sugar Co...
Kona Surar Co.. at..
" " ' P& up
o.i... c... 1
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
uiaa su. 1.0., LtJ., at
Olaa Su Co Ltd. pi up
raaunau u. plan. 1.0.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pila Plantation Co....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co...
Kioneer mm uo
Walalua Agr, Co . at.
Waianat Company ...
Wallulm Suvar Cn
4 a 500,000
Walananalo Sugar Co ..
.rn... un. .A
naimi. tiu .o ......
WllJtf StMmthln C.n
Klntcr-ltljini Steira N Co
wlln Uctrlc Co , I
non, ifm LaunJry.
dtiu wj oi Lin. V.O. . 1 .1
Wt-pli'i & R l' Co
1 50.000 1
Flril N!lrtijl Rjnk
FlntA.S Bink& f.Co
Miwiliain Gov. 6 rer cni
IMoK. R.Lo. 6prcfnl
Ew Ptiniit'n 6 f rni
wnu k at Lna uo. pr c
Oahu PUnuiIon 6 p c
n. i...- . . 1.
SALES-njOlaa A, 55.25; feo Mc
Bryde A. 7.00 ; 300 McBrvde A, 7.C0 ; 5
Ewa, 28.I2; ; 5 Ewa, s8.I2J5 ; 5 liwa,
28.12J, ; 25 Ookala. 17.37'i : 25 Ookala,
17-50; 25 Ookala, 17.50: 20 Ookala, 17.50;
5 Ookala, 17.62!,- s 50 Ookals, 17 50; 59
Olaa A, 5.25; 50 Olaa A. 5 2;.
fialstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and bud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana Donds carefully and promptly CAecuted.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. .Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone ifio,
HAS FOUND LOCATION.
J. W. Thompson who Is hero to raako
pictures niul laMs of Hawaiian fish for
the IHsliop Museum Is to occupy Ilia
premlic-a next to tho Uealanl boat
huuso In which tho Young Brother
have been for fecral months. A la
tlobatory and studio nnd temporary
aquarium v. Ill bo flttcil for tho artist la
tho llttlo building where lio will do the
work for which he carao here. Mr.
Thompson thinks he will be at work
hero for at least a yenr and If tho
Museum concludes to have made rep
resentations of all tho different vartx
ties of Hawaiian fish It may tako three
yenrs to complete tho work.
Tho Young flrothers are bulldlnc
themselves a houso on the reef back ot
tho lighthouse v. hero their headquar
ters will be hereafter.
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