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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 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
t (003.00 cash ;
time. : : :
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C. E. MOORE & CO.
it MERCHANT ST. N EAR 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 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 size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Li.iuod Slate, a preparation for pre
TrtTetll. UXTiGlxols Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
0 tomt other kind ol Ulcull or W'jler uh
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
"Jut rlveJ (rtih.ihlrmentuf tilt l-o at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 9?. P. O Box 3S0
Positions given out everyday
from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
( 8 a. in. to 5 p. m.
Saturday, I o'clock, p. m.
ROOM 8. MAGOON BLD.
aLakea and merchant STS
TEL. MAIN 1.9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNP.R KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICU IIOUSII 00008
Rectlvci ty Evry Steamer.
. . ..;..
TO THE PAN
can secure ROOMS AND
BOARD at very reason
kble rates. Address the
New England Bakery
California Feed Co.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation cl
bulldlncr a staclt of sections and Indicates
the practlctl results of " E.XFanslcn."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
Himself growing fatter,
healthier and jollier every day,
and he oldn't wake up In the
middle of the nlghUand bawl
for an hour or two Why?
because Mamma fed him en
A pure and easily lift
ed food prepared from trie taro
plant so abundantly crown In
the Hawaiian IslanJs.
It Is a Noturul Food
and not chemically prepared
like so many foods, which sour
Invalids, too, Ret well
again on It.
PACIFIC CABRIAGE GO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Camara & Co. can now be found o'J
Alaka street between King and Mer
Not sttnm but highly esteemed Rain
ier Beer on tap or In bottles. Pantheon
Freiuh dressmaking Mme. Pierre
' Lambfi t. See Want column under Sue.
clal Notkev. ,
, Miller's- "Buffet" Is the best Milwau
kee DeW, only 2.15 per dozen quarts
at Hofffchliegcr Co.'a.
In future' the Mauna Loa will leave
at 12 o'clock noon. All freight must
be In bfore 10 a. m. See New' Today.
Earth for filling- lots will be deliver
ed at reasonable rates to persons llvlns
near Punahou. See ad in For Sate col
umn. There will be a meeting of those In-
fflteretted In lacrosse at the home ot J.
N. Stnfer, Emma Square, at 7:30 to-
Mrs. H, C. Drown nlll assume the
necr'taryohlp of the Y. W. C. A, upon
the departure of Mrs. Coleman In th
The City of Peking wtll .discharge
40 Otons of freight here and take 330
tons of coal. She Is billed to sail at
"Hunttr" Baltimore Itye, the Ameri
can gentleman's drink, for sale at all
A.t jiIail anlnnn. n .1 M, If ittf unlit.nsar
JiBi V.u?o c.iuviio UMU nwiw.uiu6i.i
co.'s King near Bethel.
The American ship Charles K. Mood)
arrived from Tacoma this morning af-
I ter n lone voyage of thirty days. She
I has con for the railroad.
I Mrr. Frank Ashton of Berkeley, wjio
ihat ben spending several months with
her mother, Mrs. L. A. Coney, will re
i turn to her home In the City of Poking
' An ectllent program lyis been nr
' rani'viT for the band concert In Thomas
! Square this evening. One of the at-
1 trnctknt will he the singing of four
The home of C. B. Ripley up Nuuanu
' valley te offered for sale on most rea-
tonnble ttrms. This Is a bargain nnd
t hould be Investigated. For particulars
tm ad in For Sale column .
I The rtarlesg arrived from Kaanapall
1 this morning with tho Qermau ship II.
F. rJH.'le In tow. The Olade arrive 1 at
Mail! lHtt week from Europe ind dls-J
chi.rc.WI her freight at Kaanapall.
Conipr.nl'-s A, F, E nnd !!, comprls-
. ins tne First Battalion of the National
Guard of Hawaii, were put through nn
extend ! manual of arms and Held tnc-
, tics at the drill shed grounds lait even
ing. Tfce HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering tree instruction in
photOFtnphy to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well desorve tho me-
i ten with which their efforts have been
1 A. n. lilndt. n well known kama-
alna, bat opened a collection, financial
' and employment agency and makes a
speolnlty of prompt remittance of col-
i l.tloa. All business placed In his
; hands will bo promptly and carefully
atttnutO to. Sec his tul under special
Notice In tho Want column.
Captain J. F. Merry, commander of
the Naval Station, wrote by tho City
of Peking to the effect that ho Intended
leaving the Orient in the Empress of
of India and that he would be in San
Fran'U-o on the IStli Inst. After at
tending to his duties at that place, ho
will rtl'irn to this port to take up his
work at I'eari Harbor.
A bect't .T'jw of the steamer Claudtne
bad a narrow escape from serious In
jury In the surf at KIpahulu durlng.the
vttMd'B itny there. Ouo of the sailors
bad n 1-g broken and on arrival heva
he wns taken to the Queen's Hospital
for tr'htE.eut. The others In the boat
vvtr i ur.Biderably bruised but other
wit' Lot ttrluualy Injured.
The Clnudlno returning from Maul
Inst night reports that the schooner
Alice Kimball Is resting easy on the
sand and not making uny water. The
Clr.udli.e ouId do nothing for tlu
etinnilfil tcl.ooner as ihfl had noliitll
rient bnwbcr to reach her. In lior prej.
ent position unless some very rough
A'fathcr occurs, the schooner will bo
infe 'or icveral days. All her running
gear .md tails were brought hero lu
310- RUPTURE CURk-D
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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 : : : : :
Qreat Special Inducements
v ' One case 50 dozen in white, made of the
finest Egyptian Cotton, tit utfc, 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 W.B., lirrect
Form, greatest seller on record,... $1 25
Three cases of Girls' Straw School Hats
. at 25 cents
One case of Girls' Sombrero Hats, special
at . . 65 cents
Special Sale in Wash Goods
We are offering this week a few cases
that we have just openen in Lawns and
Dimities at io cents a yard
Please take notice .that we are closing out our entire line of
Ladiee' Wrappers. Prices less than manufacturers' cost.
Sizes from 32 to 44.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCMINS,
M. 15. 1 0U As
MclNERIVV BLOCK, FORT ST.
- l - 'S - H - 'MH - &4'H
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
E. W. JORDAN,
10 FORT STREET. I,
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LATEST STYLES IN
)Mm&fo,tik$& - il)frjL.tiyU
WILLARD' E. BROWN,
i F. IIALSTEAD.
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities -
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbuud Broker
Member, of Honolulu Stock Exchang
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will ait for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Bo 300. Telephone 169
? r HONOLULU
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monn-
mental Co., Ltd.
8CNATE CHARGES FAVORITISM
Thcro wns Bomo excitement In the
Senate yesterday when the matter of
teachers' salaries was taken up for con
sideration. Mr. Achl started tho ball
rollliiK liy calling the attention ot tho
Senate to tho fact that there sccmerl to
Ujo some discrimination In tho matter
of school teachers, lie referred par
ticularly to the salaries ot teachers,
possessing life certlflcntcx nnd gave as
special Instance tho caics ot Mrs. Allca
Drown nnd Miss lK-yo, tho former o
Honolulu, tho latter ot llllo.
Mr, Achl said that both these ladies
hail In the possession tbo very sanm
evidence of their Illness to occupy high,
positions under tho Department of Pub- ,
lie Instrusctlon and yet Mrs. Ilrowa
ivas only given ISM per year while Ml;i
Deyo was drawing down the comfort-
ablo sum of $200 per month.
Mr. Cecil Drown' said thnt there was
undoubtedly discrimination In ths
awarding' of position end salaries to
teachers., It was not right nnd should
not be allowed. Mr. Drown then asked
the committee taking in charge tha
various Items pertaining to schools to
Inquire particularity Into this matter ot
discrimination. Thcro were "liokuas"
from all ovor the Senate.
Band at Thomas Square.
Tonight nt 7:30 o'clock. In Thomai
Square, tho Hawaiian band will rendur
the following program:
Part I. ""
March Tho Favorite Regiment... Krtl
Overture Tho Itoad to Glory ..Kilns
Qrand Selection Faint Gounod
For tho first time, four Into Hawaiian
Kongs, with solos, chorus nnd orchu
tra nrranged by H. Derger
(a) Ka Ua Noo o Koloa.
'(b) Ol Hoi Ha.
Miss Julia Kelilaa.
(d) Malkal ka Makanl o Kohala.
Mrs. Nanl Alapal.
Cornet Solo Tho I.lttlo Mnrqulse..
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Waltz Extra News TranslatUr
F.tiplionlum Solo Slumber Song...
Mr. Joseph Knaa.
Medley Tho Winner Macfcey
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."