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Book keepers ,
OR m KIND OP HELP
Let us know what
you want and we'll
find Ir'for you : :
C. E. MOORE & CO.
ill MERCHANT ST.. NEAR FORT
' TO Till? PAN
can secure ROOMS AND
BOARD at very reason
able rates. Address the
RICHMOND AVI ,
New England Bakery
WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO
" ARABIC "
IS A N'ESV THING HERE.
But Is not new In other Tropical Coun
tries. If anyone has an Iron Hoof, no
ma'ter how large or small, ue will paint
It for them at a small cost, and, If It Is not
satisfactory, they need nit pay for It. The
fifty roofs tint we have painted In the last
two months, are all giving the best of
satisfaction. Se: testimonials at the office of
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United St .tes and
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation o'
building a stack of sections and Indicate
the practical results of " E.panslon."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
TOTclII, INTiolxols Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
lj tZmT&rZ S irZi5,fZmT&iZtin' , 1
Block Butter, Celery,
and Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
Henry May & (jo.
MALE OR FEMALE
Salary and Commission
Why work for a master
when you can make
from 830 to $40
SEE ATKINSON, MAGOON
BLOCK, MERCHANT ST.
TfcL. MAIN 149.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNF.H KINli AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRDITS
ICE IIOUSB. GOODS
'Received ty Every Sleimer.
In'your bed, moths In 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 eggs. The
25c P r Bottle
It has a pleasant, healthful
j5 tar odor and will not stain
the most delicate fabric.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
,tP w' - I
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 veiy spiingy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
CLIINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
Drop In to tho St. Germain,
llerrey & Kullerton want
band safe. '
Dr Wayson will not bo In bis office
until May 13.
,7. M. Pocpoc leturned Sunday from a
trip to Kahuku.
Hyo bread, baked beans Vienna
sausages and bock beer nt noon; Pan
Don't forget to get some alligator
pears for your friends In California
There will bo a meeting of Hawa
iian Lodge No. 21 this evening. Trans
action of business
V. H. Poulsen, PAINTING AND PA
PEIIHANOINO, King, cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
C. A. De Cew Is now In the employ
of the Union Electric Co., offices on
Union street opposite the Pacific Club.
There will be a special meeting of
tho Catholic Benevolent Union this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sec New Tv
The oath of V. H. Wright, as Treas
urer of the Territory of Hawaii, was
filed this morning with the clerk of the
A new building Intended for use as a
Christian church is In course of erec
tion on tho corner of Ward uven'ic and
Kawalahao street. '
The Dcotloual Committee of the Y.
II. C. A. will meet tomorrow evening In
the V. M. C. A. hall, to formulate plans
for the coming year.
The trustees of Honolulu Lodge, No.
OIK. 1). P. O. K., desire options on the
purchaso of property near the business
center. See New Today,
Mrs. W. II. Illckard. Rev. and Mrs.
H. C. Brum, D. K. KahaulcIIo, C. A.
De Cew and WUcrlowltz were among
the arrivals In tho Klniui Saturday
The leasehold of the property of the
late James Dodd w 111 be sold at public
miction on Saturday, May 11th nt 12
c'clott noou. Se notice on page 8.
Visitors to the Pan-American Expo
sition can secure rooms and board at
very teasonable rates at the Richmond,
Buffalo. Enquire at tho New England
Bakery for references.
The proposition of tho Hawaiian
Realty and Maturity Co. to Issue In
vestment certificates at $00 each Is
worth Investigation. Read about It In
'heir ad on page S today.
Pake a ride ion tn Pacific Heights
electric Railway and enjoy tbo un
urpasscd view of ocean, mountain and
'alley. Honolulu looks Its best from
""Iflc Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
B. K. and Rachel Katwlao have
'f. ought suit In the Circuit Court of tho
Second Circuit ngalnst M. H. Renter for
be partition of n certnln piece of land
'. 2U acres In Wannnalua, near Huna,
Honolulu peoplo who returned from
Kahuku nnd Wnlnlua last Sunday ic
ort plenty of rain down tho load nnd
the whole country clothed In green In
stead of brown.
It Is expected that tho Olaa sugar
mill now being erected by the Honolu
lu Iron Works and Mllllkcn Bros, of
flilcago, will commcuco grinding cano
il.'.it September 1st.
The HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
teiprlslng firm well desenc tho sue..
'ess with which their efforts have been
"Peck's Pond" formerly In tho Ci
lomero trart Is now supplying a plen
tiful amount of undlstllled water tar
Inland lakes and rivers along Ka.vnla
lino, Queen, Ward nnd Cooke street.).
Ai excellent base for bacilli cul'ura
especially of tho typhoid form.
The magnificent electric light, rc
frl?erator nud cold storage plant of tho
Hllo Electric Light Co. Is rapidly
nearlng completion. Tho works aro
located on the banks of tho Walluku
river and, when completed will form an
Important Industrial concern of Hllo.
All the sugar mills In the Hllo dis
trict aro running to their full capacity,
while the average output of sugar to
tho acre for the district Is about three
tonB. Many of tho inunagerg of tho
various plantations nro experimenting
with several varieties such us the now
Caledonia, stripped Singapore, etc.
Dr. Monsarrat. tho meat Inspprtnr
under the Board of Health, reports that
lulu from pt. on the 'other l.tand.. KING HRO& beg to announce
r.re In much better condition now than ; " l"cY "" "own WW "
they were a couple of months ago. Thla "" lur.u,c "'"''
he states is due to the rains that havo "Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
Been prevalent tho Islands over of late. I "Waikiki Beach."
MEN '8 6I.7S
Mi Vr v
m tA' 4feMf
Jr -J?V at M
McirSERNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
Hawaiian Opera House
HONOLULU STOCK EXCIIANGB
Honolulu, May 4, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
( tirwrr KiAmrsnv i.doo.mc
IN ?-rHLMI. U. L!J 6o,04
,..,,. nfu ijt wi.i kid
U.. til ...!.. ".
HiwaiUn Sjgjr Co
Hnnorau Sufrif Co
Mi'kJ u(tr t.o ... .
KinuKu runution uo ,'
KltwII'Uni Co .LU.ii) ,
Kmnr.co,LtJ.riupi l,joo,ooo' jo.
KUihulu Suar Co ... 1(3.0001 loo'
Kol4SuKrCo ... jocooo i'
Kona SuirCo.. o,ono im.
t ooo.cno to
Nhlku Sue Co. I
1,030,000 to! if'
n.t... c... t -
OokAlt Surar Plin. Co.
una su. Co , LM .
uiu buco.Ui.pJ up
uiowaiu omranjr . ..
niuniu su. run. .o .
PiclfleSuitarMliI . .
Pala Plantation Co ....
Ptpeko Su rar Co
Plonw t Mill
Wililui Atr. Co
Willuku Sujir Co ...
Wtifnintio Susir Co ..1
walnut Mill .o .
Wliler SVunihlp Co '
inTeriina sit jm n.lo
Hwfin tlKtflc Co .1
Hon. Stam Launlfy
Mutual Ttlf ch.)n i.o
Paorlt't (t It H ft Co
Firat Nallonal Bnk ..
FlftlA.S Oank& r. Co
Hawaiian Cjov. 6 ftr cent
Hllo H. R.Co. 6rr crntl
Hon. Karll Trtntlt.. J
bwa Plantat n 6 per cent
Oahu Plantation ope !
uni riamauon ope
1 6oo.o; loo I
I ,a,oro! to.
IIO.OPO 100 ....
t.oooy J ..
TSO.OOO loo . ..
fjo.ooot loo ....
a.a)o,oon fou' I
4,900,000 loo! I
looooot loo ..
7OK.O90 100 .. .
It.ooo Ico ....
laj.ooo loo ....
300 ooo, loo ...
500,000 too ...
t jo.000 too . . .
f.ooo.oou too tltM
fj, 12.1c; f bwa, 58.25; 5
41.0c; 5 Walnlua, 114 co;
1 1 4.0Q; ; Walalua. 114 .00.
Haw n Suzar,
Opera - Company
Tuesday Night, May 7,
PRICES 50c, 8I.0O, SI. 50.
SKATS AT WALL, MOIOLS i CO.
Street Railway Time Table,
KINO STMUT LINE.
Car Ititt Wdlklki (or ton at n. 6 it. 6 it a w
anl rvrry iftnlnnTeithrrfafter ti I to , tijt rJ
11 ti l 1. Irrni Wa kikl go to the Punjhod Stiblrt
Can Iaf H Ranee orpawad uiuh for town at
S (H.m. anJ fer it minute tr.ireattert.il 11 or.n
Cart ti hort nni Kinc trert corner (or Mal.ima
at6 10 A.m. ani eery ij m nutci alur till 11.13
Cars leie (or Palama only at anJ 9 o A M
1 am ieie ra jti tor warn ki j t a m ni een
it minutf tt 1 14 i. M , thin at 10 m ani 10 43 r.H
The it it nn iron PiUmj for PunaliU only goe
Cars leave Tort ani K.nj streets corner (ot Kllle
Kan,; at i jo anJ fv
CarU-ae rrt ani KlnirstreeM corner for Wilklkl
atocjA M. anievt tt minutes till to 031. m thn at
to tt ani tt rjr n. The ii.js l.M. uovitoWalklkl
Cart teae Punahou Stable for Town at ?:jo ani
(ur Ton ani Vjtle at 3 40 5 jo 6.10 6: 6.49 7 ani
Carlrv OihColtira (talown anJ ValUvat
6:10 6 30 ani no A.m anJewr) 10 minute till 10 10
i-.ti etrfi ineern nouranjnait. nour can mcn
run from the taH
Caf leave NumnuVallev at 6 to 6 10 6.10 A. n ani
every 19 minute thereafter till tn'30 ,M
Cars leave f-tirt ani Queen ktreet (or Punahou
College at 6 oj 6 aj 6 t a m ani eery 10 mlnu'es
after till o 13 i.n After that the cars run ti the
but-latup to it 5oi',M,vhlili Is the last car from Town
rvavhing theStaMe at tt ov w
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In PInj, Rlng, Brooches,
Links, anJ everything car
ried by a lirsl-class feweler,
H. G. BIART,
'lOlO FOUT STKEET.
WILLAPD G. BAOWN,
Halstead & Go;;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Slock and Bond Exchange.
There will be a meeting of tho Hoard
of Education tomorrow at 4 o'clock p.
m. Tho principal mattera of business
will bo fllllns vacancies of teachers In
tho schools on the other islands.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0.1D BROKE
REAL ESTATE AND
Stock and b.d Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchane
OrJers for the nur:hae or sale of stik-k
ana con Js carefully and promptly e.ecute J.
DURING mv temoanrv ab?n Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me unJer
full power of attorney. l
GrounJ Floor, JudJ Bulldln?.
Poitoftice Box 300. Telephone l&j,
402 JUDD BUILDING
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
GOT QUICK DISPATCH.
The U. V. Illthct sailed this morning
for San Francisco with several patsen
Kers and a full load of augai1, SLr ar
rived hero on April ISth with 1 big rar
Bo of Reneial merchandise and wo.ild
have Rotten away much earlier 1ml she
not had to wait for augnr.
Tho schooner Aloha which arrived
here on .May Day with :no ton of pen
cral merchandise will have mn!; a
record for dlaqharRlhuand loading If a
Is Intended sho gets awn tomotrow nt
2 o'clock. This will give her )an: six
dajs'ln port. For a vessel of hor ilio
this Is tho fastest work ever douo m
the Islands. She takes 21,000 bags of
sugar this trip nnd noull have life 11
ready for sea today had the rain yes
terday not hindered her loadluff.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager. .
FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
LATEST STYLES IN
E. W. JORDAN,
10 FORT STREET.',