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f " -- . CVKNIQ BULLBriN. HONOLULU, H.-T.THUnsDAY,-1 MAY 16, 1901. " " ' " v ' j -'t-
IF YOU AVf QOOD r
ARE 10U OUT Of WORK
Apply I) C. E.
MOORE & CO.
tni Ihey will set
you a pns'tloa.
MONEY TO LOAN
A FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALE
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE
on easy terms
C. E. N00RE & CO.
Ill MERCHANT ST. NEAR FORT
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, it redikes the
temperature fully 15 degrees,anil preserves the iron from
rust, ami we guarantee It to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guaranteesatlsfactlon. It is as cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Rojf Paints now on the market.
While 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 sizejf roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Li quod Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
y iM Ihu- rrru f "Utfl wft
'Wall, 3Tioliols Oo.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Or tome other klni ol Ultcuit or Wafer uch a
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juki rcceUeJ't Irt!i thlrmcnlof tfiOitateat
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 02. P. O Box 386
Positions given out everyday
from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
8 a. in. to 5 p. in.
Saturday, I o'clock, p. m.
ROOM 8, MAGOON BI.D.
ALAKUA and merchant sts
TEI. .MAIN ..)
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
rOHNRIJ KIM! AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB II0U8IJ GOODH
Rectlvcl ty Ctty Steamer.
can secure HOOMS AND
DOAUD at very reason
able rates. Address the
New England Bakery
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the oreration of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " E.pansIon."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
Is told of bed bugs which
were so determined to get
Into bed with a man that
they crawled up the walls
and onto the ceiling over
his bed and then dropr,,J
down on him. because he
had felled their other at
tempts' bv putting a circle
of molasses on tne floor
atound his bed. He fool'd
them again nt.t night,
however, for he had the
bed loaded with
v. hlch completely knock'd
them slllv. The cock
roaches, spiders and other
Insect!; sreedlly follow'ed
suit. Rnugh-on-bugs Is
sold In bottles at
255 PER BOTTLB
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
' FORMER DRIVERS
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Jp-to-ihite Macks und
at all Hours.
HAHRV DOBSON, Manager. .
,fjjw w r Ti r ti'J iaT T I
$5.W WORTH FOR 81 CENTS:
A pair of gold rimmed eye
glasses, worth $5.00, were found
and advertised In the Evening
Bulletin lost column.
The owner saw the advertise
ment, called, received her proper
ty, and gladly paid 80 cents, the
cost of two weeks' advertising.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE EVENINO BUL
LETIN WANT COLUriNS.
LOCAL AN1 GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain,
Btriey & Fullerton, Tei. Main 1S5.
Fiirnlnhed rooms with board. Sec To
A notice of Importance to Elks eppears
under. New Today.
James Lindsay was a passenger on the
Claudlne yesterday, for Maul.
.Mr. S. E. Damon was a rasseneer In
, the CUudine for Maul jester Jay.
k. u, .May or sail l.bko uuy, is visit
ing In the city with E. 11. Shanks.
Completely renovated and still tell
ing Rainier Deer. Pantheon Saloon.
Camara & Co. can now bo found oa
Alaktn street between King and Mer
Among the pmengers In the Chudlne
yejieroay, were miss Lillian raiyanjj.
A loan of $1(M0 for five yehrs. Rllt
edge turly, Is wanted. Sco nd.of J.
M. Viva pace 1
Miller "Buffet" Is the best Milwau
kee Ber. only $2.13 per dozen quarts
I at H'jtfurhlnegcr Co.'s.
I rite the comet from raclflc Heights.
Cii run over) half hour; last oho
having the Heights at 10 p. m.
I The Stranger's Friend Society will hold
, their annual meeting In the parlor of the
Y. M C A. tomoiroA" morn'nggijo.
! Wen. ., been received from Commls-
sloiitr Wray Taylor it San Francisco
1 that hits w f$ Is much Improved In
I "Hanter Baltimore Bye. tho Amcrt-
ran gentleman's drink, for sale at all
' Cm -l&s falcons and at Holtschlaeger
Co.'. King near Bethel.
C".f 5 h'lman hag at his carriage re-
i poilt-M on Merchant street a new lino
01 fitm.'y vurrlcs In the latest styles.
, IledO u'it it them In his ail on page S.
Sevmcir Hall, the eldest son of W W.
. Hall, returned hi the Sierra from the Main-
. lai d to -rnJ hi vacation. Mr. Hall has
i ;n .ibstnt irom Honolulu for the last
I: t -Vilcrnl Court todaytho cas
of R'.'rt Hinds vs. tho Hrlgantlno
Cons :eio tame on for nrgunicnt. I'anl
i N-iiin,.i.u represents tho ltticllant and
, Rob-: -on & Wilder tho libelee.
Tnl:- a ride on tn Pacific Heights
Electilc Hallway and enjoy tho un-
surpistcd view tit ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Ilound trip 10 cents.
I The king of cameras Is the Promo.
I rim In name, first In quality, first In
execinlon. Plates or films.. Tho HO-
NOLVLU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. aro tha
I sole ng-nts for this exquisite Instru-
Spclul meetings of the stockholders
'of the Hiiidi Sugar Co., Ltd., and the
' Pala Plan'atlon Co., Ltd., were held to-
I day ( - tlio purposo of accepting
nmn1t (i '..arters nnd adopting amend
1 menti 't 'iitJr by-laws.
' Ja"l Hinlth. superintendent of the
1 Hawi i AKrlcultural Experiment Stn
I lion. l..f ecelved a largo Invoice of
fr.rm-s bulletins which will ho dls
I trllm'i f(, tho people of tho Islands.
, Th eu:3" 'u covered hre of the widest
rnnie -i:)n 'Iiofo wanting llternturc on
' np,!i,:l' r will bo accommodate'd.
1 WHAT CUNNINGHAM SAYS.
E(.'t(. Evening nulletln: I noticed
In y-trilay mornlng'n Advertiser that
ihe "ejio'-tliij: Editor" of that paper
I said si nothing In reg-ird to my horc
'ut whiin lie Knew nothing. If ho-wlll
'call arciml and settle up a fow llttlo
' runttr-a In which both he nnd I are In-
, ti-rstd. I will give lilm n fow pointers
about h'iTk,o racing ttmt will go for n
I gr'-at ileal more than simply u lot of,
stet-a,ctiU which haven't even tho np-
1 peaiti - of truth.
V. M. CUNNINGHAM.
1 Ho i'm May ICth. 1901.
J IrlKh LiihHlc Will Not Knee.
I: It inraored that L. L. McCiindlcss
has ' iu-il to withdraw Irish I.usslo
, '1 oni .- 1 .'iu Uth lacej, following tho
Mead of Mj. Cunningham, who recently
wl'bu -vi his string from the track.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
44W - HH
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 Athletlc'Clubs, light, easy
and very springy : : : : :
LADIES' $1.50 i MEN'S $1.75
By S. S. Mariposa we received 200 dozen ladies' shirt
waists, in the newest styles, from the leading makers
waists in finish
far superior to
' a" 'A mivN"
Our stock now
rur! vhm :; r,i
V WW fth that ladle
tV vW-rS n pleased
wn "f. ??& sucn large varie-
'3iSf " ty in styles, and
I at all prices, to
tions from. We beg to call particular attention to 6ur prices on all the
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, '" 'ok'ffl"' 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 one of each sie in exclusive patterns.
( n;uurtr.-. 50 pieces of Taffeta Ribbon in the lat
in n I D 00 M S est effects in stripes and plaids, Nos. 40
and 60 at 35c a yard
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
PORT STREET, PROQRESS BLOCK
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
MclINERNV BLOCK, FORT ST.
E. W. JORDAN,
- , will be
LATEST STYLES IN
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANG5
Honolulu, May i6( ioor.
NAME OF STOCK
Pa I J up
C Brewpf ftComttinv
N.S .cch!DO.Co, LU
1 J 5.000
Hiwiiitn SupirCo ....
Nonomu Sugar Co ..
n jiKit ,u . (,.
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Mj-anum DUfar i.o.
Koloa Sujif Co
Kona Surir Co.. at... .
" ' pi up
Nahlka Sue Co. ft J ai
" " Oi LB
vinu auir bo.
Ookala Sovar Plan. Co.
OlaaSu. 0, LtJ.. ail
Patuhiu Su. Plan. Co.
Pa; plantation Co
Ptpftkeo SuF Co
WaUlua Air. Co . as.
W a l ana Company ...
waiiuKU Mirar uo ,
Walmarulo Susai Co ..
WalmtaMUICo ... ;
Hawaiian Electric Co .
Hon. &tam LaunJrv....
Mutual TftrrNoneCo. '
PaoiVi lea A R fg Co)
Flrrt National Hink ..
First A. S BjnkA: r.Coi
' It ON ns.
Ha a'Ian CJor, pr cent
(law 0 Post Sav4Htrcl
Hilo R. R.Co. 6 r" cvntl
Hen. kipil Transit.. ..
twa Plintal n 6 t-t rnt
Oahu R& LanJCA.pr
vinu riamauon ope
WILLARD E. BOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange
Stock and bud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
ana bendi carefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldrng. y
PostofTice Box )oo. Telephone 169 A
IMItor Evening Ilulktln: I wish to
thank Hon. V. 0. Irwin for tho tlmo
I liavo been employed on tho 0eanle
wharf. Tho trades wcro very uteady
untll the time Capt. Clark triiKted inn
with tho key to tho warchuuso; then It
commenceil to get squally. One Indi
vidual by the name of Ilnrry Webb
wanted mo to understand that he la tlm
boss of the warehouse; been on thin
beach 33 jeara, knows tho head of tlm
firm 33 years and I was to tell I'red
Whitney this wonderful romnnco. Will
call lt cum grano sails. Hut Harry
Webb when )ou told mc that I said
something to Kred Whitney about joit
I want you to understand that was na
honest He. I went to tho Oceania
wharf to do what Is right, no more.
According to tho bint I got .If I staed
there I would havo ruined tho com
pany. So I left before I got tho Invi
tation. It seems a pretty good ware
house. c. 1'i:ti:uson.
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