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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.
T. , ilOS'DAY, JUNE' 3, 'l3if-
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
J i ooa.oo cash ; balance on
time : : : :
C. E. MOORE & CO.
m MERCHANT ST., NEAR TORT
MAKES FRESH .DAILY
Home Made Pies, same as your mother
made, In mlnce.'apple, peach, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cieam. They are superior
to any purchased elsewhere, and all hot at
io t'cto:k a. m. Our Hot Doughnuts are
simply par excellence and ready at 6 o'clock
a. m. Try some with your morning coffee.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at i o'clock a. m, delicious. We serve
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Doughnut), a. light break
fast for io cents only. - Cold Sliced Ham
lunch, assorted, for vaorklng men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE 1st we will
sell 30 loaves of our breaj for one dollar.
Please call up PHONE 74 and send In
J OSWALD LUTTED,
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, it reduces the
temperature fully ,15 degrees and rrcrerves the iron from
rust, and we guarantee it to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is a? cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Roof Paints now on the market.
Wnile they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
c6oler. If you buy the " Arabic" and put it on yourself, it
will cost you about ic per square foot ; if you' want us to
turnish "Arabic", labor, etc., it wilUost you from icto
2C per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Liquod Slate, a preparation for pre
- California Feed Co.
(Til If 'iL
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the praillcal rtsults of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to snvtrtigate this' up-to-date
OTetll, IDOxoliols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
, Biscuit or.
Or tome other klnJ tf BlKult or Wiftr luth at
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juft received a fresh fclilpintnt ol ti atr t
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Be x 3? 0
, Boston Building
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
Himself growing fatter,,
healthier and jollier every day,
and he Oldn't wake up In the
middle of the night and bawl
fpr an hour or two Wny?
btcau't Mamma fed him on
A pure and easily digest
ed feed prepared from the taro
plant so abundantly grown In
the Hawaiian Islands.
It Is a Natural Food
and riot chemlcilly prepared
like so many foods, which sour
Invalids, too, get well
agu n en It.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A flno lot for sale. See For Sale
There will be nn Importnnt meeting
of the I). I. O. Elks this evening.
Camara ft Co. can now be found o'J
Alakea street between Kins and Mer
Latest picture of Carrie Nation and
her hatchet on view at the Pantheon
Dr. Doglc, chiropodist, ha moved to
the Arlington block, Hotel Btrcet. Tel
'A modern cottage nlUiln ten min
utes walk of the postofllce. Enquire of
J. H. Schnack.
There will bo an auction sale of ferns
and palms at Morgan's auction rooms
on Thursday, Juno 6.
Just think, pure silks In all colors at
35 cents per yard I that Is what Sachs'
Dry Goods Co. Is oltcrlng for this week.
Paymaster Phillips of the naval office
has moved with his family Into the
Waller residence on Kalla road, Wnl
Philip Hall, the youngest son of W.
;v. Hall will make a trip around the
Horn In the Nuuanu as the guest of
Capt. Josselyn .
P. Maurice McMnhon, stenographer,
goes to Maul today to attend the term
of the Circuit Court on that Island as
Murder and Sucide
On Lumber Schooner
The American schooner John A. Camp
bell with her Ihg at half mast and two
members of her crew missing arrived from
Port Blakeley yesterday after a voage of
thirty days. The two missing mm were
the mate Adam Huber and the Ch.nee
cook Ah Kee. Both are dead and by the
hand of he Chinese.
On May oth, during an alteration be
tween the two men, the cook shot the
mate twice. He died a few minutes aftir
receiving the wounds. After the shooting
the cook locked himself In the g illey, and
the next day killed himself. As soon as
the mate died an effort was made to cap
ture 'the murderer, but he threatened to
kill anv one trvlns to take him. This be
ing tne case the captain decided to make
him comt out of the galley so steam was
got up on the donkey boiler and a steam
didc introduced into ine cooks rcom.
During the preparations being made to
steam Ah Kee out of his room a shot was
he.ird. but the crew not thlnklnz the Chi
naman had killed himself turned on the
steam. Evervihlne being quiet alter
several hours and the cook not apneirlng
the eallev door was f reed and the cook
was lounj sitting in nis rjunic ceaj. tie
hid sho himself In the head. When the
crew took hold of the body to m lve It
was louna mat we not steam in J par
boiled the Chinaman's body and the tlesh
fell from the bones. On the 10th of May
both bodies were burled at sea. The mate
was put overboard about a half an hour
belore the cook's. What the real cause of
the shooting was will never be known as
the trouble leading up to It took place In
the galley with no one but the principals
present. A report of the whole matter
will be made by Captain Smith to Ship
ping Commissioner Boyd.
AT THE ORPHEUM.
"Deacon Lights," billed for tonight at
the Orphcum is one of the strongest of
the melodramas that were so popular
two deendes ago. The melodrama, as
known to the English speaking stage,
originated In London under the aus
pices of Lcavcss and Barrett and enmo
ns a welcome and healthy revival from
the wave of utter ncsthctlclsm that was
flooding the country. People were tired
of sunflowers and sadness, and tho
melodrama with Its thrilling situa
tions, Its popular hero and exciting
love story, though somulmps running
to the other extreme, possessed at all
events a plot that healthy flesh and
blood could relish. Like the two step
In music It appealed to tho physical If
It left tho spiritual undisturbed, though
virtue was always triumphant and tho
villain always defeated. A melodrama
Is nlways moral. If at times blood
thirsty. "Beacon Lights" Is a typical
play of this kind. Tho characters nro
all types of high and low life, there U
plenty of comedy, plenty of excitement
from rise to fall of curtain.
The Black Flag and tho Sliver King
belong to the same category, plays that
point a moral and adorn the tale with
a series of pictures and Incidents, some
what lurid perhaps, hut In the main
truthful and always Interesting.
"Beacon Lights" should plenso tho
Honolulu public. Etleford In tho com
edy Is Bitre to bo good and the rest of
the cast havo shown, themsches fully
capable of handling melodrnmtlc roles.
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 very springy : : : : :
LADIES SI. 50 1 MEN'S $1.76
McINERNY SHOE STORE
This Week Special
OUR NEW YORK BUYER made some large
purchases direct from manufacturers, much below
the regular prices ; this week we are offering in
the Dry Goods Line extraordinary values : : :
1c4 Fast colors In Pink, Ox Blood, and Light
Blue, 10 cents a yard.
Greatest values ever offered
One case of
2fl4 Outing Flannels
Regular Value 15c a yard.
Special this week, 10c yd
One case of
Fast colors, 15c quality, special this week,
9 yards for ? 1 .00.
One case of fast color
4th , LAWNS
60 Patterns to select from.
0 yards for $ 1 .00
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
PORT,STREET, PROORESS BLOCK
CLIINTOIV J. HUTCH11NS,
TbW-HiOPPINt il . Mt
HONOLULU STOCK 8XCHAN6
Honolulu, June j, tool.
C. Brtwtr St Cfttneanv.
NS SjchlDO Co, Ul
Ewa Plantation Co ..
Hiwtilan Ap IoiIiumICo
nawimn 10m a mi 1.0,
Htwilun Sugar Co .
Hnnomtl Surir Cn .. .
Honokaa Sugar Co ...
Haiku Sugar Co ...
T.hlll.1. D7.MI.IIa. iA
Kola SugirCo. ...,,
Kon SucirCo.. ..
' " pi up
warm ouiir o,
Ookitl Sum? Plan. Co.
OlnSu. Co.LtJ., it
OlitSuCoLtJ. pi up
PaiuhlU Su. PUn. Co
Pacific Sucir Mill
Pali PUntat.on Co ....
Pepctkeo Sutar Co . ..
PlonmMlllCo. ... ,
Walalua Aft. Co., at.
winnit Lompinv .,
Walluku Sugar Co ..
Walmanato Sural Co ,
waima 111111.0 ..
Hawaiian tlccttlc Co 1
Hon. Steam launiry.
Mutual Telephone k.o .
Paopla'i tec & KTk Co;
Hfit National Dank
HawatlanGov 6 per cent
Mawa'tan (ov. i ecr emntl
HiloR. R, Co. 6 frcent.
non. Kapii transit.
fcwa I'lantai n6w cent
uanu h at Land Co.rr
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
NAME OF STOCK IjlfjupK' Bl4 A
1 .Off. too
16 1. 000
SALE-11 O. R. & L. Co , ?io;.oo.
WILLARD E. Bi?OWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and bu..d Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
OrJtrs tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bon Jj carefully and promptly ejiecutej.
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
JUDD & CO.
Fire and Life Insurance
Stock and Bond Brokers
Rents and Bills Collected
307 Stangewald Building
P. O. BOX 6O7.
Judge EdtnA'a Profirnm.
Judge V. 8. Ertlngs bns quite a court
Itinerary before hlra. After finishing
the work of tho First Circuit here, lis
will go home to KnUua ulicre Bom
epcclnl cases await him. After that,
cases at Walluku, In which Judge K&l
lua Is illsqualllled will be tried by him.
From Wnlluku the Judge goes to Illlo
to take n raso of litigation lu whlck
Judgo Little Is disqualified und will
then return to his home In Knllua.
TEt. MAIN i9-
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COUNER gIN'li AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB I10U6B GOODS
Rccilvad ty Ettry Suacti.
PACIFIC 0ABRU6E CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
FJtvto-dnte lliicke nnd
AT ALL HOUPS.
HAPRY DOBSON, Manager.
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