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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JUNE !. 1331,
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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
Jicoa.oo cash :
time. : : :
C. E. MOORE & CO.
HI 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 cheap tr
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 icto
2c per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Li quod Slate, a preparation for pre
'TOT'stll, IXTiolxols Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Or fomt other klnl of Biscuit or Wafer uch at
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juit received a fteth iWrent ol the N at
H, MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Bos jSQ
A full line of H'AWAllAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
TEL MAIN 149
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINli AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
IC17 I'.OUSB G00D8
Received ty Every Steamer.
MAKES FRESH DAILY
Home Made Pies, same as jour mother
made, In mlnceapple, r each, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cteam. Tiny are superior
to anyfyurchased elsewhere, and all hot at
to o'clock a. m Our Hot Doughnuts are
simply par excellence and ready at 6 o'clock
a. m. Try some wltn jour momlnc coffee.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at it o'clock a. m, delicious. Weservr
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Doughnuts, a light break
fast for io cents only. Cold Sliced Ham
junch, assorted, for working men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE 1st we will
sell 30 loaves of our bread for one dollar.
Pleise call up PHONE 74 and send In
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
California Feed Co.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the opeiatlcn ol
bullJIng a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " E.panslen."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-dute
Himself growing fatter,
healthier and jollier every day,
and he Cldn't wake up In the
middle of the night and bawl
for an hour or two Why?
because Mamma fed him on
A pure and easily llpet
ed food prepared from the taro
plant so abundantly grow r. In
the Hawaiian Islands.
It Is a Natural Food
and not chemically prepared
like so many foods, w hlch sour
Invalids, too, get well
again on It.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
TELI PIIOMXMAIN 308.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-tlute Mocks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
iiriiirrrirS rZ5 kaf&)
On Police Matters
The following Important report ot
the Judiciary Committee on arlous
ltms yndtr the I'ollce Department was
introduced In the Senate jesterday aft
ci n oca an adopted with but little dis
cussion: Hon. S. E. Kalue, President of the
Sir The Judiciary Committee, to
whom was referred the following Items
In the Appropriation hill:
405. Support and maintenance of
irltcners ., , .. ..$30,000
400. Incidentals, chll and crim
inal expenses .., . 40,000
407. Coroner's Inquests 0,000
40$. Expenses ot witnesses la
criminal cases ,, ,, 7,000
4C9, Detective sen Ice 6,500
beg leave to report as follows:
Item 405 this committee recommends
paf lift In the bill. The money appro
priated by this Item Is Intended to bo
(pent nfc follows: The Inland of Hawaii
Is allowed to draw at the rate ot $1,000
p'r month, the Island ot Maul at the
rutc of iDOO per month, and tho Island
of Ktiirl at the rate of $250 per month.
7he money ko drawn Is paid out for
food, rlotnine, shoes, etc., and docs
not In iiiCs the pay of any jailors or
ttirnl.es, and Is used only (or the sup
port ol the prisoners on the scleral
IilHtids &boo named. The amount sd
nllonfd lielng for the ensuing biennial
period, $42,000. The balance. $18,000,
Is evp'-effd to be spent on the Island of
Oahu, nail will be used for the same
Mirpostfi as on tho other Islands, with
1 this exception, that tho transportation
, of persons committed for trial from
other ciruilts and awaiting trial and
tonfind in tho Oahu Jail between the
term, of court, as well as the expenses
I of tht olSi.er having In charge such
P'-eocs coming to Oahu and returning
fi"iu hit for trial, nro charged to this
a j pmr riation.
We also recommend that item 406 ho
pt ed r.t lo the bill. Tho expenditures
from this 'rim Include the payment of
the r-nt of all telephones, the support,
rat and feeding of horses used and
fir. nee! by tbo Department, the travel
Ing nv-M'h and costs of sending oin
crs away from headquarters to differ
ent plaeb rhen needed or called upon
for qu"lllnc riots, disturbances, etc.i
the (Oltfj of raps, helmets, clubs, etc.,
etc., hcrm shoeing, the traveling ex-penst-s
of 'be Attorney General and his
' depu'kb v;hen on circuit or upon Oov-
'rT,mir, 1i.il-ieca e..i Unnnri fnr T'n1tp
Department for all tho Islands and At
torney General's office, nnd many other
Item both on tho Island of Oahu and
the otter Islands of tho group. This
Item covers all the above enumerated
C!.pndltu..i for tho Territory.
We alio recommend that Item 40'
vtn at In tho bill. Under casting law
r.n !E'ii-U has to be held upon any pcr
I cin dylr.K who was unattended by a
I . ... .....
physician, this has ilouTjled the worjc
of 'the Coroner and has ca'used a large
iccrciitu of the pay of the Jurors on the
inquett. which is also paid out of this
When the peoplo upon whom an In
qum hab ben held, nnd the friends or
relatives are too poor to bury them,
the expense) of such burial. Including
cofTinb, are also paid out of this fund,
rnd nuh rates are oy no means un
usual, nnd are upon tho Increase, so
this committee is Informed.
We alo recommend that Item 408
pais as In tho bill. The expenditure
from this Item Is confined principally
to the other Islands, nnd Is for tho
travtllnt expenses ns cll as tho lodg
ing nnd food of such witnesses as are
brought by tho Government from dif
ferent panr, of tho several Islands to
the place of trial ot tho offenders
against whom tho ovldenco of tho per
soss biibpctned Is wanted. The change
of our Jury system, grand and -petit
Jury, also Increases tho C03t of this por.
tlon of this department of tho Attor
We alio recommend that Item 403
past, as In the bill. This Item has been
reducd from $13,000 In former jears to
the amount asked for. The expenditure
cf this amount Is limited as follows:
Ha-A.ill, at tho rate of $'0 per month.
Maul at the rnte of $50 per month.
Kauai bail no regular allowanco, but
draws on the fund occasionally. Oahu,
af a mattir of course, draws the great
er portion of the appropriation, having
a imf h InTur population and requiring
more fturit by detectives. A portion of
the moniv .a used in tr.vlng to provent
!th" illicit tale of liquors, etc., etc., and
from the naturo of this kind of work
changes have to be mado In tho per-
'senne! of The fordo used frequently, for
las toon nb they becomo known their
I U'efulnees is destroyed.
This committee, after n careful ox
r.mlnation and tnklng Into consldcra-
lt'.n !" inireaso of population, ns well
at the Winging In to the country of a
new .last, of labor, have come to the
ccii'lusion that It might seriously crip
ple th efficiency of the department
shouln a reduction be mado In any of
the nbove items, and recommend that
all l'ms itferred to them pass,
This turamltteo also lecommend the
lEserticm of a new Item, to read as fol
Tolice cp.ll-boY. system $15,000
and In so recommending tall attention
tn the ffict that tho Introduction of the,
rvitem will bo ft nermnnent imnrovc-
menr nn1 vlll mnteri.-illv Increnso tho
j efficiency nnd usefulnss of tho I'ollce
I Department, with tnts can system es-
tabllthed 11 policeman upon his beat
'ran In a vtrv short tlmo. when it he-
rumtf, neiebsary, have help and assist
ance when needed, when If the system
was not established, tho officer would
have to go or send to headquarters for
the necessary assistances All towns of
ihii cl;n nf Honolulu linvo a svstcm of
this hind, and when orco established,
Its ulc becomes absolutely necessary,
especially when tho territory over
which the I'ollco I)opni tment ha3 Its
bcUb and watches Is extended over n
large ttrrltory outside of tho limits of
the town proper.
All of which la respectfully submit
ted Honolulu. Juno 4th, 1001. 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An attractive young lady wanted. See
The new shell tor the Healanl Club
arrived in tho Mariposa.
The vvhalebaclc steamer Caithness sails
this afternoon for the Colonies.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Tho America Maru leaving this
morning took 171 steerage passengers.
Camara & Co. can nowbe found orj
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant, Latest picture of Carrie Nation and
her hatchet on'vlew at the Pantheon
Miss M. Madeira; slstcr-ot the assist
ant postmaster, was a passenger in the
David Starr Jordan and six members
of the Fish Commission arrived In the
German Consul Gumprecht left In
tho America Maru for hts post In Hong
Judgo Georgo D. Gear was among
tho arrivals from San Francisco in the
G. Dlctz has removed his Jewelry
business from Nuuanu street to Fort
street near Hotel.
Thero will be a special meeting of
Lodge Lo Progrcs this evening. Work
In tho third degree.
Tho local lodge of B. P. O. E. has
rented the hall of the Knights of Py
thias for six months. f
Trial Jurors for tho la'st term will
be paid their fees by the clerk of the
courts upon application
Tho houso on tho Wf.IMM road be
longing to George Manson Is for sale.
For prlco, etc., see For Sale column.
The steamer Ventura D3? J the Ame
rican fhlp J. B. Brown from Ntwuistle for
this port, In Lat. 32dcg. nmln.S., Long.
170 ueg. is mm. e.
Antono Vlzzavona, the new- Consul
for Franco nrrlvcd In tho Marlpo3a.
Mr. Vlzzavona Is too well known here
to need Introduction.
vTho Ventura brought the following
cargo for this port: 500 carcasses fro
zen mutton, 5 cases butter, 2 live rams,
1 cafio personal effects.
1 Among tho arrivals in tne .Mariposa
today were tho following: T. W. Ho
liron, Walter Mncfarlanc, L. Schweitzer
I Lcvingston nnd Miss M. Walker.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Supply Co,
Ltd., will bo held In the ofilcc of the
company on Saturday, June 22 at 10 a.
Ah Ko, n Chinaman, was this fore
noon sentenced by Judge Wilcox to
threo months' Imprisonment at hard
labor on tho charge of assault and bat'
tery on Ah Kvval.
Tho Mlowcra, arriving from Sydney
this morning had a very rough trip.
Sho lias no passengers and but little
freight tor this port. She sails nt 9
o'clock this evening.
The Hongkong Slarujwlll be hcie to
morrow'as sho left on"tlme"and Is not
lnte as previously reported. She will
havo 100 passengers and 400 tons of
Oriental freight for this port.
Tho Wilder steamer Helcne sailed
from San Francisco on the 29th of
May. She has a lot of freight for
Ookala and will probably go thero
first, arriving hero about the 10th.
Among the passengers who left In
jestcrday's Klnau for IlllTWeri' Flank
Damon, Theodore Itlchinls, rtev. W D.
Wvstervoit, L. A. Andrews O. V. lime.
son, Chester Dojle, and Carl Wide
Among the through passengers In tho
Ventura were Judge J. J. Casey, C. M.
G. of Svdnoy. Commander I). F. Tllley
of tho U. S. S. Abercnda and Medical
Inspector Persons of the U. S. Flagship
If you want to buy a firstlclass. guai
nnteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for tho ame
artlclo In New York city, drop In to
tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and ask to sco their reducedstock.
Harry A. Kluegel, con of the chief
engineer of the O. It. & L. Co, and the
Hllo It. It. Co. has been appointed con
structing engineer of tho Eldorado
Lumber Co. of California which Is ex
tending Ub railway some miles fur
ther Into tho mountains.
In tho Police Court this forenoon. H,
W. Uooncy appeared on three different
charges. On tho rhargo of furious and
heedless driving, defendant was fined
$20 and 'costs while nolle proscquls
were entered In tho charges of driving
without a light and assault and battery
on Officer Ah On.
I E. W. JORDAN,
10 FORT STREET.
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 : : : : :
This Week Special
UR 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 : : :
Fast colors In Pink, Ox Blood, and Light
Blue, 10 cents a yard.
Greatest values ever offered
Regular Value 15c a yard.
Special this week, 10c yd
One case of
Fa'st colors, 15c quality, special this week,
9 yards for Si. 00.
One case of fast color
t5o Patterns to select from.
9 yards for $ 1 .00
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
FORT STREET, PROQRESS BLOCK
w 'i f
TkfHifippiNe II v, X
McIIVERISY BLOCK, FORT ST.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
One case of
1 LATEST STYLES IN
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMAMB
Honolulu, June 5, rM.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Rrrr Ar Cnmfnw
NS ich9DG.Co. LtJ
Kwa 1 laniaMur Uitt
nimni r tarnation v-o i
HiwiiUn A gr leu! tun t Co
niwaiian loui a su uo
Hiwulian Surr Co ....
Honomu Sugar Co ....
Honnkaa Sugar Co. ...
Matka Sugar Co
KahJtcu Plantation Co..
Klh1 P.Co.LtJ .rlup
Kltahu1g Sugar Co. ...
Kotoa Sugar Co
Knna Suvar Co - at. ..
Onoma Sugar Co. ....
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
Olaa SuCo Ul.fJ up
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sua-ar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pcpttkto Sugar Co ....
Planter Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co, at.
Walanaa Company ....
Walluku Sugar Co
1 Co k
Walmea Mill Co
Wilier Stamhlo Co ..
Inter-ItUnJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co ,
non. steam Laun-irr.
Mutual Telechone L.a
ii.K.. n.. . I . .
wnu nj a Ling .q..,.
People 1 ce & R I k Co
Flrtt Nil Ion ( Rarlc
Flr.tA.S Umk& f.Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawa'lan Gov, j per cent
mio k K.Lo.t prient
Hon. Vapli Trtntlt ,
Ewa Plantat n 6 eertini
n...... k . . I.
warm k at Lanj 1.0. pre
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 pc
WILLARD G. BiK)WN.
Halstead & Go;;
. Money Advanced
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
AG ST y
Stock andbu..d Broker
Member of Honolulu Slock Kicking
Orders lor the purchase or sa'e of rtodti
ana Don Jj careful! v and croinntlv txtaiitA.
DIlRlNf. mv fmrwvw .h.M. H.
Elmer E. P.ivtnn villi jrf fnr mmb
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor. Judd BuUUrw.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone rfa.
JUDD & CO.
Fire and Life Insurasce
Stock and Bond Broken
Rents and Bills Collected
307 Stangewald Building
K O. BOX 6y.
Chicago, May 29. After artiltraUox
had failed to settle the dilTrrnice be
tween Chicago's union micUlnUts an(
their emplujcrs, tho lonjr threateset
genvral strike In the machine trade ot
Chicago and lelnlty was ordcrod to
night hy the local coramlUra of tie
machinists' Union. Tho irn1l-nn win
,'nltcct okt 7000 men.
Trouble with one of the VenUira's en
gines on the wjy from Sydney raijehx
several hours late In arriving here.
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