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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1901,
IF VOI, WAST A GOOD
Any kin J of help
AH OU OUT OF WOPK
Apply i) c. e.
MOORE fc CO.
nd they II I get
you a position.
MONEY TO LOAN
A FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALE
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE
on caty tirtnt
C. E. MOORE & CO.
til MERCHANT ST., NEAR FORT.
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, it reduces the
temperature fully 15 degrees and preserves the iron from
rust, and we guarantee it to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is a3 cheap or cheap. T
than any -of the so-called Rof Paints now on the market.
VVnile they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
cooler. If you buy the " Arabic " and put it on yourself, it
will cost you about ic per square foot; if you want us to
furnish "Arabic", labor, etc., it will cost you from I'cto
2C per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Li quod Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
TTlTctll. IDJiolxols Oo., Ltd
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Or temv other kin J o( Ulxult or Wafer uch
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ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Jut mtl-J a frrli hlrmntil dwataeil
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22.24 and 02. P. O Box 3S6
Positions giun out eeryday
f re in 8 a. in. to 10 a. in.
8 a. in. to 5 p. in.
Saturday, I o'clock, p. in.
ROOM 8. MAGOOJ HLD.
ALAKI A AND MERCHANT S I S.
TU. MUN 149
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COWNfiH KIKll NII
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICH HOUSli GOODS
Kcelvc4 fry Evt-ry Slfamcr,
TO THE PAN
can secure ROOMS AND
BOARD at very reason
able rates. Address the
New England Bakery
Expansion Systems !
The lllustratlcn refects 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
Is tolJ of bed bugs which
were so detel mined to get
Into bei with a man that
they crawled up the walls
and onto the celling over
his bed and then dropped
down on him, because he
had foiled their other at
tempts by putting a circle
of mobsses on tne floor
around his bed. He fooled
them again ne.t night,
however, for he had the
bed loaded with
which completely knocked
them slllv, the crck
roaches, spiders and other
Insects speedily followed
suit. Rough-on-bugs Is
sold In bottles at
25c PER BOTTLB
PACIFIC CABRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
iJo-to-dme IIicl(s and
AT ALL HOURS.
HASRY DOBSON, Manager.
Choice lot of fresh milch cjwj for
sale at Honolulu Stock Yards.
Tho schooner Ailmlrnl ,nfler n short
stay In port left for the Sound yester-
day In ballast,
it! tomorrow's Volcanothe tender of i
the water buffalo pleasingly writes
about the Honolulu debt habit.
Henry E. Cooper will hct as (lover-1
nor during Governor Dole's temporary
absence. See notice in I)y Authority j
Two pltked teams of cricketers will
battle for supremacy nt Maklkl this
afternoon. The teams will be chosen
on the grounds. L
Among the passengers arriving by
tho Ktnau today were Capt. Ahlborn
and wife, Cleo. Ross. C, 11. Kinney, A. L.
Loulsson, Miss Kate Wight. C. T, Day,
V. J. Cross, Mrs. Keala, S. Llchtlg and
J. T. Taylor.
Camarlnos receives for bis refrigera
tors all the California fruits of the sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
pples, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone, No. Main 378.
The Aorantrl nude the run tn rati from
Vancouver In seven days and one hour and
from Victoria In six davs and oighteenl
with westerly and southwesterly wlnls
accompanied by a moderate sea un'll the
81h Inst.; thence to port, very fine weather
and smooth sea.
Governor Dole's health Is In such a
condition that he has deemed n change
nn nnsoiuio necessity, ine i.overnor cr,ants. bee to announce that tho firm
will leave for Wnlanae next We.lnes-l,on6e. or Hi nirkmyre. H. T. Haysel
dny. He will be gone about two den and David Lawrence, equal part
months and may take n short trip to ncrs '
Hllo. During his absence, Secretary ,..,,, u,i. ,.,, ,.., .,, .,
n ...in ... . .i V, ... - Jared O. Smith of the experiment stn
Cooper will perform the Governors , ,., . .... . . ' . , ... .
. .. I tlon has received sccrnl hundred
Iroples of I'rof. Stubbs' report on Ha
Society ladles, of tho elty will given wai nll(1 ltg agrciirni resources,
benefit tr MIsh .lnsetihlne Stsntnn nt ' ri ,. ,.-.. ..- ., ,....
the Opera House Monday night when
Miss Stanton and her company will
alms their farewell iierfnrinamf-in this
clty. "The Fencing Master" will bo Sir&"ed view of ocean, mountain and
the opcrn. this being Its Initial per-1 valley. Honolulu looks Its best from -fnrmnnco
tn Honolulu. The sale vt t Pacific Height. Round trip 10 cents.
seats so far Is the largest of the Stan
ton Co.'r engagement. There will un
doubtcdly be a crowded house.
Trouble between the captain and
cabin boy of the schooner Robert
Searles Is detaining the vessel outsldo.
The cabin boy Is the captain's brother-'
In-law nnd It Is asserted by friends of ,
the captain that the cabin boy could ,
iiot treat the captain otherwise than as '
n brother nnd that he stood In no fear
at the master of tho vessel, but, on the
other hand, tried to show Captain Pllti !
how a vessel like the Searles should be 1
Samuel Da Freest and .Miss Addle During tho trip of the Stauna Loa
rarmcr were married Wednesday 1 frcirn Lalulna to this port a dove flew
evening nt the home nf .Mr. and Sirs. (Into one of tho port holes of the es
0. K. Itentou nt Uwa plantation byiHl while the boat was between Maul
rino 1 T Hnnian 11 li.tin.n.. .. n . f. fl ,1 fhlt. lalfltlll Tho lllnl wlltl, Ufl.
groomsman and Sllss Oracc Farmer I
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lie ui luvmiiiutl. lilt; vivillliuy wiib
performed In the presence of n largo ."rival ln-re tho bird was turned over
number of friends. The honeymoon will "to office i lerk Costa who took It home,
be spent at Wnlatua. after which the , tiim meeting" of the stoekhold
couplo will reside In Honolulu. Mr. ,rs iu the Ookula Suzr Company was
De Freest Is a well-to-do custom house
Mother's comfort. Father's delight,
God's dearest earthly gift to man.
What a happy sight; the healthy, ro
bust vigorous, rollicking, always the
samo baby. What a sad sight; the
puny, bluo and pale, restless, crying
baby. Nine out of ten times the chl'd
Is troubled with worms. It shows lt
In convulsions, spasms, colic. And ten
times out of ten Klcknpoo Indian '
Worm Killer will drive out the I
pesky Ufc-cntlng woims. It Is na
titto's remedy nnd us the healthy
child Is tha natural child, It must
mako tho sickly child healthy. The
Indians living close to nature, dls-
pni'nrnrl thn runiArlv. TVii" .ntnr(i
they used It to mako their babies
, , , , , .. . ,.
rugged, powerful, fearless What it
has dono for tho chl d o. the forest
It will do for tho child of the clvlllt-
cd cure. That Is what lt has been
doing for years. You can get It of
your druggist for 23 cents. Be tare
and get the genuine. The child's life
Is too precious to trifle with worth
less substitutes. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for the ICtckapoo Indlnn Reme
dies. V HOFIMANN.
J. F. kllEl .
Hoffman & Riley
I' O Uvt','d
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair;
TEETH EX rPACTED AND FILLED
AHSOLUTULY WITHOUT I'AIN by our late ,
s lentlfic meihod applied to the gums. No ,
sleep-t roduclng age' ts or cocalr t,
I hese ate the onlv dfnt.il pirlors 'ti '
Honolulu having I'ATI.NTm AI'I'LIANCr.s
and Inuredients to extract, till and app
irold crowns and 1 orcelln crowns unde
tectable frorri natural teeth, and warranted
for ten veare, WITHOUT Till: LL i-T I'AIN.
All woil don' bv OUADUATLl) Dr.NTi!r
of from 12 to so ears' e.Nperente, and each
department I" clWRrf 1 recUlist. Givi;
us a call, and vou will tlnd us to 'o e ,ac
Iv as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance rxjctlv what your work wlllcst
by a PRUH I-XAMINATIO.N.
Set Teeth ftfi 00
'Gulil CrowiiH 85 00
nolil PIIIImUh blOO
i Silver FilllnjiH 50c
Our name alone w ill be a guarantee that
I vour work will be of the bet.
I New York Dental Parlors,
m.ow 4, iiiTE minima
. HOTEL STREET,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
dS-'Ai'iA": . 1 1 .)Jf
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Deney & Fullerton, Tel. Main 183,
Lewers & Cooke have wall parser to
suit every taste anil every purse.
Camaru & Co. can now be found on
Alaken, street between Kins and Mer
Rye bread, baked beans Vienna
sausages and bock beer at noon: Pan-
The Cousins' Society will meet at tho
residence of A. F. Cooke, Saturday
evening, May 18th.
E. S. 0111 nnd wife returned from
Illlo In the Klnau. .Mr. 0111 Is much
Improved In health.
If you have not tried the 1901 Colum
bia chalnless, call at K; 0. Hall & Son's
and take u ride free. I
A boarding and lodging house In the
center of the city is for rale or for rent. '
See ad In To Let column.
Six cases of bright, new Ideas In
millinery have Just arrived at the M.
E. Kill an Co.. Ltd.. Hotel street. i
Victor Hoffmann and J. F. Riley.
general contractors and builders hava
a card In today's Issue under New To-1
Judge Edlngs arrived today and will
hold lourt Monday, trying rases In
which Judge Humphreys Is dlsquall
The oath of Henry C. Hapal as
Registrar of I'uhllc Accounts has been
fll"d with tho clerk of tho Supremo
David Uiwrenco & Co.. cigar mer-
liitr- tuuy uv uuu iui inu iinnuiK. i
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Electric Railway and enjoy tho un-
The color work that the HONOLULU I
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is offering thin
Vffir If. thi nrrtlf8r thin? nf ft ft klml
,nM W(. havo cvcr Becn It w wo
u , - h ,
and l'ln thm a ca"' I
T est meeting of the Ruckeyn
Cluu of Hawaii will bo held nt the
bom- nf Dr. and Mrs. J. St. Whitney,
1325 Piinahou street, near llcretanla,
at T 30 o'clock on .Monday evening,
May 13 All strangers hailing from
Ohio ..re 1 ordlnlly Invited to be prcs
nj.crntly very tired suffered Itself to
I... n.........l I n ... .1 n...n.1 C
wv .u,ku,vti us iiuu ufc luu oivn.iiita. yjii
held thlfc morning at the ofllces of
Brf-ver & Co., on Queen Btreet. The
m'ntlng was for tho purpose of elect
ing a president nnd virc president to
Fuciee-d Dr. Robt. SIcKlhbln and John
N. Walker, decensed. Jas. F. Morgan
was - tfci president nnd John SI
DeiWfHt vice president.
The m-e of the singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented sue-
cess of these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In all kinds of family sowing
and ctt needle work. All our sewing
machines arc of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on (elected woods In finely finished
rnblncts of artistic design. II. Her
gtrte n. agent. 1CV4 Bethel street, P. O,
A dttalled account of the trouble nt
" """""J "''T' L'T !"
kee enrly this week with tho stute-
I f of c mp coni.clnt.(li wlu ,)0
luInlu,.(1 , collector Stackablc to bo
Dy ,, forwarded to Washington. Tho
trouble will bo looked Into there and
n report will be returned, deciding
whttlwr the men will bo punished or
not. ak the department may decide.
In a matter of the kind, the law deals
with it now, where, heretofore, thn
stian,sbip companies themselves were
th- hlghcbt authority as regards tha
rondU' t of their men while on duty.
TO CURE A (JOLU IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cent.
Hri - 1r'He - f'Hf4 -
J E. W. JORDAN, !
t 0 FORT STRBf.T. J
l ' t 1
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 vey springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Great Shirt Waist Sale
By S. S. Mariposa we received 200 dozen ladies' shirt
waists, in the newest styles, from the leadihg makers
waists in finish
far superior to
Our stock now
is so complete
that ladies will he
pleased to find
such large varie
ty in sUles, and
at all prices, to
mnke their selec-
tlons from. We beg to call particular
' fltlT ill!
Our waists on sale this week are the
greatest values ever offered
An excellent line of Batiste Waists 75: $1.00 and $1.25
Mercerized Zephyr Waists, B oW-Si" 1.50
In White Waists, we have this week, special values
at $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50
We also have some sample waists
r-!l ! n'.UI 50
OUtJUIal III n I UUUII5 est
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
RORT STREET, PROQRESS BLOCK
CLINTOIN J. HUTCMIISS,
jyiclNERNV BLOCK, FORT ST.
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FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
V 7 r.
attention to our prices on all the
one of eacli size in exclusive patterns,
50 pieces of Taffeta Ribbon in the lat
effects in stripes and plaids, Nos. 40
;ind fjo at . . . . . 3Sc a vard
A f- " WW
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LATEST STil.ES IN
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
Honolulu, May if, tool,
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtw?r Compiny '
N.S achDG Co, Lli
L.U. trr ot uo( m
Ewa PUnutlor Co ..,
Hamna Plantation Co
Hawaiian AjtrlculturatCot t,vK,vM
Hawaiian Com.&Su Co. t,)ii,7j9
nawauan Mizarvo t. t.ocM,e( to'
Honomu Sugar Co ., tj9.omi too.
Hon ok j a Sugar Co . toonm
Haku Sucar Co ... s. looi
Kahuku Plantation Co joo.om to
Klhtl P.Co,Lti..tlup; i,s3.ooo
Klahulii Surr Co,.,, j ifio,or
Koloa Sugar Co. ......I x,ooo
Kona Suear Co.. at ,. $00,000
McBryjSuCo.,LJ.as 1 i,oi?,;oo
" " - luPf t.JjO.onc
NahlkuSuf Co.Ltdait ....... .
Oahu Suvar Co .
unomca sugar l.o, ,.. 1,000,000
Ookala Suear Plan. Co
1. Co.. LtJ.aal
uiaa 5 u Co Lt j. p i up j 1 500,000
viuwaiu x'ttrranj. ,
faaunau au fian. k.o
,000.000 1 )o
Pacific Surar Mill .
I 300 ouo loo
Pala Plantat'on Co
Ptfttkt o Safar Co
trt iwmi tan
Pioneer Milt Co i.t)o.ooo too
Walalua Agr. Co., ai - 4,oo,ooo) too
ninnii gmpinv t
Walluku Su(;jf Co .
Walminato Sugar Co
tat. . tin, L
Tt iimci fin 1 v.o
It 5,000) too
wiuer anamtTiip to 1 500,000, too'
ImerUlani Steam N Co) 591,000) tool
riawiin cirtuic .O IJ9.OO0
Hon RapllT.&LanJCo $i.om
non. ateam LaunJrv... tj.ooo' too'
Mutual Telethon? Co tu.nno to'
Oahu Hy tc Land Co t.rwo.ono too!
PffOplt'i let & R 1 1 Co,
First National Bark
FlrilA.S Bank & T, Co
Hawaiian Gov. 0 ptr cent
Haa'lan(Jov 5 per cent
H1I0R. R,Co 6 percent
Hon. I'apli TrinIt I
bwa Plantil'n t rr rtnt
Oahu H At Land Co rr c
uahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
SALES--7oOokila, Ji8.oo;5 Honomu,
172.50; 4500 Bwa Hands, ico.oo; 5 .Me.
Brvtfe Pd. tj 00.
WILLARD . BreOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbund Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Loans negotiated. '
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me un.Vr
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoflke Box 390. Telephone tG
Hundny Bond Concert.
The Sunday afternoon concert, be
ginning at 3 o'clock, will tako plao
on Makec Island. The following pro
gram has been arranged:
The Old Hundred.
Overture reter Schmoll 'Weber,
I'raycr Moses In Hgypt Rosslul
Entre Act Caprlclousncss
Grand Selection The Huguenots .
Melodies of Northern Europe ....
Ballad The City of Lights.... Adama
bong Without Words, Tho Dee ..,.'
r esiui jiarca ejorneiius
The Star Spangled Banner.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. White will lean
for nn extended trip to the Mainland
In the next Sonoma.
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