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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1901. '
HERE IS A BARGAIN
to buy a six room house In
a good location, near Street
Car line. Furnished or un
furnished, stable and carriage
house, servants' quarters.
HORSE AND SURRY
ft'ods.oo cash ; balance on
time. : : i : : : :
C. E. MOORE & CO.
l MERCHANT ST.. NEAR TORT.
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 as cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Roof 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., H-will cost you from i.'cto
2C per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for-the celebrated Liuod Slate, a preparation for pre
serving shingles. ,
rtT,ll, nXTiolxols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAlY.
Or totrr other klnJ cl Bliculi or Wafer Mich a
Champagne " .
Lemon , ' ,
Strawberry if; ,Wafers .
Vanilla , .
Rents H M
' Oyster f Crackers
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Jut rri-l4 a trevh thlrmertt of the ahocat
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and Q2. I'. O Box 386
Positions ghen out everyday
from 8 a. in. to 10 a. m.
8 a. nt. to 5 p. in.
Saturday, I o'clock, p. m.
HOOM 8. MAGOON BLD.
ALAKI-A ANUMLRCIIANT bl-S
TEL. MAIN id
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CONNER KING AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICK IIOUSH G00U8
Rcctlvti ty Evtry Stcim.r.
TO THE PAN
can secure ROOMS AND
BOARD at very reason
able rates. Address the
New England Bakery
California Feed Co.
Expansion Systems !
The lllustrat'.rn reflects the.operatlon of
building a stack of Feci Ions and Indicate?
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-dute
Himself growlnc fatter,
healthier and jollier every day,
anJ he didn't wake up In the
middle of the night and bawl
for an hour or two Wny?
because Mamma fed him on
A pure and easily llgeU
eJ food prepared from the taro
plant so abundantly Rrowr. In
the Hawaiian Islands. .
It Is a Naturnl Food
and not chemically prepared
like so many foods, which sour
Invalids, too, get well
again on It.
PACIFIC GARRU6E CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
lJr-tortlutc Hacks find
AT ALL HOUPS.
HASRY DOBSON, Manager.
IJ.JIoward Hitchcock Is In town.
Dcncy & Fullerton, Tel. Main 13.
Judge A. W. Carter has5 returned
from Hawaii, i ' ""
Where Is trfe Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, oppoBlte Chaplain Lane.
Fresh home-made poi every Tuesday
and Friday nt Woman's Exchange.
Mrs. D. H. Uond arrived from Ko
halo.' in the Klnnu this afternoon.
wWr THE PAINTEH. 90 King St.
Prices reasonable, work giuranletd.
Nicety furnished rooms. Popular.
House, 1249 Fort St.. 11.50 per week up.
Among the nrrlwls In the Peru to
day were George Lindsay, A. W. Judd
and A. W. Svcnuon. r
C. D. I.ufklrv who has been In'HIlo
and Walluku on a business trlp re
turned In the Klnnu.
Dri Cofcr of the Marine Hospital
Service who went to Hllo on matters
of business anertalnlng to the quaran
tine service there. Is back.
Last night only three of the twelve
vessels In port were nt the city
wharves. All the ottieis were paying
wharfage to the railroad or navy de
partment. High Sheriff Drown served the pa
pers today upon Acting Oovernor H.
K. Cooper, Attorney General Dole and
I,. A. Thurston, citing them to appear
In Judge Humphreys' court next Tues
day and show cause.
Thoso wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call hi
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
There will be n concert In the Fran
cis Murphy hall this evening. The fol
lowing program has been arranged:
Vocal solos by the Mlsiec Wlnnc reci
tation by John l'lver. tongs by Utn
Jones' quartet, piano solo by Prof. In
galls and address by the Kev. Silas P.
The work of signing Chinese certi
ficates nt the'ofllcn of the Collector of
Internal Revenue Is proving to be an
Irksome job. .Mr. Chamberlain has
signed nnd signed until his arm It sore
and Chief Deputy Couzeno is setting
tho pace now. Over 30,000 signature Co tbows an elegant lino of plain and
have been appended. "jmurjldereil organdies- All shades, ex-
T. A. Lloyd, the n-w Road Super- V"k"" patterns,
visor. Is nlrendy studying the rlntatlr Take a ride on tfte Pacific Heights
of tho office preparatory to taking Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
charge June 1. He Fay he Is aton-' lurpassed view of ocean, mountain and
Ished at the amount of work done by j valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
his pirderciw. Maifton Cnmphe'l ' PttCBc Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
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nun nimiiB innr it ii-iii mvu niiirnrfi ;
'"" .-w ..t
on his palt to keep up the clip
The capable nnd energetic instrurtor
of athletics of the Police Department.
Lon Agncw. gave a practical Illustra
tion of his training ten few ft lend
last evtnlng with th" result that It
was plainly apparent that any giaduat
ed pupil from his rlas would be ter
fectly nble to piotect hlmolf In the
event ofa street Imbroglio whtre manly
art la concerned.
Exemption Law Construed.
Justice L. A. Dickey made an Import
ant decision today, holding that the
law exempting execution In certain
debts does not apply to debts contiaci
ed before the passage of the law.
The caso was that of Lewis s. Klla
Jones, with the Automobile Comtianv
as garnishee. Action rns brought on
n piomlssory note made over a jear
ngo. 1-. J. Russell represented the
plalntirf nnd J. T. De Holt the defen
To those who aDDreciate liei
skill in portraiture, the return '
01 mi s t-arouoe tiasKins 10
Honolulu will be welcome.
She has not wasted her time
while away, and will come
prepared to give h r natrons
the benefit or the latest ideas.
Her headquarters will be at
120 Hotel St.
S. I. Shaw Zr Co.
SOLE AGENTS TOH
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps' Extra Pale and Tallv
The best of All Table Bttrs.
A special beer rrcommenJeJ by phvsl;lan
as an unsiirptsseJ tonic for Inv.ilid. BUT
TtR THAN .WALT EXTRACTS. We rt.om
nrnd llils beer to all peron in need of A
GOOD TONIC. All c'ty orders delivered free
of ilurge. Family trade our sptcliltv.
TELEPHONE MAIN 174
MRS. A. L. KING HAS MOVED TO
the Grdge Cottage i n Richard it., where
she will Carry a lull line nt CURIOS In
addition to her FLORIST BUSINESS.
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Having been repainted, papered and furn.
Micd, will be orencd asa Pilva'e Hotel
on the 2oth Inst. 'I he miiiacemtM is now
prepared to show rooms and' nuke rates.
Pine .ob Printing at th Bulletin
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Father Sylvester Is back from Kauai.
For neat rigs and stylish turnouts, go
to Stock Yards Stables.
Hatch & Sllllman hate a removal
notice under New Today.
Robert Catton arrived ,from Kauai
in the lwalanl this morning.
A flvo room cottage, mosquito proof,
for rent. Sco To Let column.
Mrs. Chas. Glrdler aiTlved from the
Mainland this morning In tho Peru.
There will be a meeting. of the Eagles
tomorrow (Sunday) at 2:30 o'clock.
Completely renovated and still sell
ing Rainier Beer. Pantheon Saloon.
W. H. Rice was among the arrivals
from Kauai In the Hanalel this morn
ing. Camara ft Co. can now be found oj
Alakea Btreet between King and Mer
chant. The Pacific Import Co., offer special
Inducements this week to purchasers.
See cd on page 5.
Miller "Buffet" Is the best Milwau
kee Deer, only $2.15 per dozen quarts
at Hoifschlaegcr Co.'s.
I-.dmund Norrle, editor of the Inde
pendent, was before the Grand Jury for
a wholo hour this morning.
I'lor, Hogie successfully removes
cornu and bunions. Ring up Mnln 236
nn he 'Will call nt your house.
A good opportunity to buy a six
room house for only $1000 cash See
C. E Moore & Co.'s ad on page G.
There aro sixteen icjected Immi
grants In the Peru's tcerage. They
aro being returned to China and Ja
pan. A party of twelve negro laborers for
the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
arrived In the Peru In charge of Dr. N.
"Hunter" Baltimore Rye. the Ameri
can gentleman's drink, for salo at all
f.rtt -lnss saloons and at Hoffschlaegcr
Co.'s. King near Bethel.
.'trvlces will be held at the Kawala
tno -hurch tomorrow evening. The
Katoehamcha Glee Club of the Boys
H'iioo, will render several selections.
Ic liMltlon to tho ultra-fashionable
styles In millinery, tho M. E. Klllcan
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. . Cllna t:
Perry will occupy
tte pulpit of tho Christian church at
the warning service. The Rev. A. U.
Coiy will nddress the congregation In
th" evening on the subject, "Pour Pen
Plcturen of tho Christ."
Site Chong & Co., the big Chinese
ku .bants, have moved from the store
oi-. Hilled by them on Nuuauu street to
the handsome new offices which they
nuve rectcd on the site of the building
dtttnyeii by tho Chinatown flic.
Uyou want any of the exquisite col
or work or those pretty tnpa album'a
that aro now ottered by the IIONOLU
Ll' PHOTO SUPPLY CO., you had best
get in your order early as tho supply
dots not nearly equal the demand.
In a friendly wrestling match between
Joe Tern and Captain Moaner of tho
on the water front
this morning. Captain Mosher came out
i"Ond best. Doth men arc possessed
o.' n great abundance of muscular pow
er. Tber were only seven or eight cases
on the Police Court calendar this fore
noon. Pae, charged with assault nnd
aotUry, was fined $10 ind costs; Arakl.
.ehortjei with common nuisance by ex
.9!110 f,cturOT-Uad "
T i,iii Urlbb tho Australian pugilist
v.io puhscil through Honolulu a few
j dayt) ago spent nil day whllo here. In
! "io lonipany of Lon Aynew, the local
yagllifct. Crlbb told I.ou that Tim
I Hegarty, the man who is matched to
j flght McOovcru. will settlo Terribla
Trrya trouble for him Insldo of (en
i The use of the Singer In millions of
i homes shows the unprecedented sue
! t?s of these Ideal sewing machines.
i It is convincing proof that the Singer
txela in all kinds of family sowing
land art needle work. All our sewing
tiinthlnes nre of tho best construction,
i beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
u keiccteil woods in llneiy nnisnen
icluitta of artistic design. II. Her
grrnn. agent, 10V4 Dethcl strcot, P. O.
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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 vety springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
One case 50 dozen In white, made of the
finest Egyptian Cotton, at I24c, special
One case Ladies' fast black, spliced heels
and toes, silk finish, open work, special
this week at 25c a pair.
Corsets, Special This Week
Just cpened one case of V.BM Errect
Form, greatest seller on record,... Si 25
Three cases of Girls' Straw School Hats
at 25 cents
One case of Girls' Sombrero Hats, special
at 65 cents
Special Sale in Wash Goods
We are offerlns this week a few cases
that we have Just openen in Lawns and
Dimities' at to cents a yard
Please take notice that we are closing out our entire line of
Ladiee' Wrappers. Prices less than manufacturers' cost.
Sizes from 32 to 44.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
CL1INTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
MclNERNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
E. W. JORDAN,
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LATEST, STYLES IN
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAN
Honolulu, May 18, xqoii
NAME OF STOCK
C. Bftwtf ft Cofnf ftny. .
N.S StcMDG.Co, LlJ,
Ea PlinUtlon Co
Htm a a PlintJtlonCn..
Hawaiian Com & Su Co.
Hawaiian Stir' Co
Honoma Sujar Co
Haiku Sufir Co
Kahuku Plantation Co.
lhfl P.Co.LtJ..Pi uisf
Klahutu Surr Co....
Kona Surar Co.. at..
Nahtku Saf Co. LU at
" id un
1 ,01 T.Joe
Oahu Sorar Co , .
Onomaa SurarCo. ...
Ookala Sotar Plan. Co.
Ula su. (.0., LlJ,
i up j
viwiiu .ampanjt .. .
raaunu u. Kian. km.
Pacific Sucar Milt.
Pala Plantation C
Ponm M ill Ci
Walalua Aft. Co..
as f. 000
Walluku Surar Co.
Waltnta Mill Co
1nter-lianJ Sttam N.Coj
t JO.OOO loo
Hawaiian titctric Co i
1 50.000 loo
non, aitim Launsrr. .
Mutual Ttfefhnna La.
Oahu Uw AV I...4 r.
rtopn 1 ict k r ft coj
Flftt National Rink ..
Hawaiian (iov, 6 per cant .
Hawa(lan Gov, j pr crntl ..
H1I0 R.R.Co.o per cantl .
Hon. kapll Trnlt. '
Ewa Plantat'n 6 tr cent' .
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p c. t
SALE it Pionteriiot 00.
WILLARD G. BiOWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street, -
Members Honolulu '
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbuud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchaog
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stvk
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temnorarv abvnre Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 16),
AMKIIICAN TONNAGE. .
The aggrcgato tonnage of American
esscls, says the U. 8. Commissioner of
Navigation. Is S.1CI.S39 tons, with L-
S65,587 toua of this on the Great Lakes
or 30 per sent. In 1S91 our nusregate
tonnage, was 4.CS4.7S9 tons, with, 21
per rent of this 011 the Lakes. Of the)
Iron nncl steel tuunago In the United
States, CS7.769 tons, or 13 per cent, are
represented by vessels on tho drest
Lakes, though, out of the 1225 iron
and sticl vessels flylns the American
tlag. onlj- 322 are un the Qreat Lakes,
with 7C3 on the Atlantic and Oult
coasts. 1-ast year the aggregate Lake
tonnage .up to the close o the fiscal
year, Juno 30, 1900, was 1.GCS.587 tons.
IfBl Standard fmJ, tor Glut, ""V I
ftS(l Gonorrhea sad Runnlnoi fMirw 1 1
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