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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10. 1501.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work yourself.
Full stock in any shade.
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd.
( EL. 87 MAIN. .76 KINO ST.
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 wejnsk Is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is m cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Rcof 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 iicto
2C per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Liuod Slate, a preparation f8r pre
California Feed Co.
"Wetll, ITicliols Oo.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Of toa o.htr klni ol Blicull or Water tuch
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
a fresh shipment of the above at
H. MAY &' CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
WII I JAMS'
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS,
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
TEl. MAIN 149.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICE K0U8B GOODS
Received by Every Sleimer.
MAKES FRESH DAILY
Home Made Pies, same as your mother
made, In mlnceapple, peach, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cream. They are superior
to any purchased elsewhere, and all hot tt
10 o'clock a. m. Our Hot Doughnuts are
simply parexcellence and ready at 6 o'clock
a. m. Try some wltn jour morning coffei.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at ti o'clock a. m, delicious. We serve
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Doughnuts, a light hrak
fast for 10 cents only. Cold Sliced It'm
lunch, assorted, for working men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE 1st we will
sell 30 loaves of our bread for one 'dollar.
Please call up PHONE 74 and send In
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
Is Taroena Food, prepared
from the taro plant, which
gives the most digestible
product known to the
world :::::! :
Unlike artificially prepared
foods, containing mllK and '
various cereals, Taroena
dees not sour the stomach.
The smallest Infant can
hold It down. Mothers
give It to your little ones.
PACIFIC GABRI46E CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date llnckB and
. AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
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LEGISLATIVE ATTENTION IS
CALLED TO THE DEMAND
Pipes on the Ground But no
to Extend System-Paying Pro
position for Government
to Carry Out.
Hllo, Juno 12. The question of pro.
vldlng the, city of Hllo with a water
Bupply commensurate with the Increase
In population should lecclvo due con
sideration upon the part of the Govern
ment. The original legislative appropria
tion was $13,000, slnco which time vari
ous amounts have been added to It by
The system as It stands today In en
tirely Inadequate for the city, there be
Ing demands for water nil over the city
that tt Is Impossible to supply, owing to
the mains not being of sufficient size.
At the present time there Is between
$7,000 and $8,000 worth of pipe on hand
but there arc no funds available for
the purpose of laying It. The, books of
the Hllo Water Works system show
that there are 350 consumers who pay
an annual charge of $20 each, wjilcli of
Itself Is a sum that would justify any
additional expense to give Hllo a prop
er water supply.
New Yoik, June S. A cable to the
Sun from London, dated Juno 9th,
fays: The Weekly Dispatch, which ie.
cently anticipated several official an
nounccments In regard to peace ncgo
tlatlons In South Africa sjyB Lord
Kitchener and General Rotha, the Ilocr
commander In chief, accompanied by
two aids as witnesses, held a protracted
conference within a lew miles from
Standerton on June 5th and arrived at
a tentative settlement.
The. Government Is keeping the
terms secret but the Dispatch toys It
has transpired that the outlook for
the conclusion of peace Is moro hope
ful than at the time of the flrst meet
ing between the two generals so.ur
The paper also states that within the
last twenty-four hours the Government
has countermanded orders for urge
shipments of horses and stores to
South Africa, and thM announcements
to that elfect will doubtle'ti be made Ir.
the House od Commons during the civ
Desplto all denials, the Dispatch
affirms thnt Mrs. Dothi, the wife of the
Doer conimandepln chief, acting in the
role of peace envoy, yesterday visited
tho Colonial Office and that she was
received by Earl Koberts at the War
Office. There Is also a well founded
rumor In .certain official quarters that
sho had nn Interview with Lord Mil
ner. Governor of the Transvual and
Orango Illver Colony.
The War Office stated officially Sat
urday that no news had been receled
from South Africa of the alleged re
quest by General llotha or a meeting
with Lord Kitchener In regard to peace
terms. It was added that If such a re
quest had been made, Lord Kitchener
would havo Informed the Government
of It Immediately.
HORSES LEAYE FOR HILO
Quite a number of horses left for the
Rainy City In yesterday's Klnau
Training for the Fourth of July meet
lp Hllo has already begun and more
horses are expected to start soon for
Following are the horfes that left
yesterday: DIlo Land, Wntossa, !io
ciallst, Hilly McClosky, General Cron
le, Molly Connors, Amnrlno, Walter
P.. Violin and Mcrrll's Foust.
Among the horsemen who went up
were. Hob Ballcntyne. G. L. McKcnzle.
C. H. Judd. Hob Hums, Torn Wilson
and Jockeys Thomas, lloss, Leonard,
".luck" Hums and Plggott.
It Is rumored that ninny of the
sportsmen have refuted to enter for
tho Hllo races on account of the shndy
chaiac'tcr of Saturday's sport. They
aio getting tired of the sort of thing
that has been going on among tho local
turfers and want no more of It.
Tho Jockey Club directors have tak
en under advisement the chargo of nn
attempt to "dope" Prince David's Wcl
ler In tho Criterion Cup rate.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL
One of tho Renubllcan Senators In
speaking of the present long drawn
out session sold to a Ilullctln reporter
yesterday that tliero was greaf danger
the Appropriation lilll would not pass
and, continuing, he said: "Wo have
but twenty-five more working day.
The Senate has not peseta Its bill In
second reading, while the House lias
split Its bill Into two imrts and has
only about finished with the salaries.
From dally perusal of the papers, I And
that there Is great difference In tho
nmount of money set aside for the vari
ous appropriations. The Senate Is
Ignoring tho Houso and vice versa
After tho bills have finally passed, lt
v.ill bo necessary for conference com
mittees to get to work. If they begun
now, they could lint flnUh In twenty-
fix e days. You will aee nil manner or
deadlocks and I doubt very much If tho
Territory will have nn Appropriation
Visitor Can 1 hae n fow words with
IJusy Man A very few. What aro
you, a book solicitor?
Visitor Quito tho contrary. I am a
book dispenser. It Is money that I so
licit. Cotton Transcript.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain.
Pound Master's notice appears under
Ladles bicycle for sale; good as new.
Seo For Salo column.
There were mcoo bazs of suzar on
Kauai ready for si I ment.
The Wala eale will leave K auea this
afternoon with full load of sugar.
Camara & Co., wlno and liquor mer
chants, Tel. Main HO, 33 King St.
The schooner Knllua. had uoco bazs of
fugar aboard at Eleele yesterday. She
leaves lor ban rrancisco tomorrow.
The flnal rehearsal for Haydn's
Creation will be held tonight In the
Opera House at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
The band concert at the hotel last
evening was excellent ,lu every respect,.
Large crowds listened-to the music.
Miss ' Florence Lyons Intends to
leave for the Coast In about two weeks.
She purposes to be gone for two yean
attending school In San Rafael,
The sportsmen of tho city aro wait
ing eagerly for tho opening of the dove
season. July 1 Is tho day when the
season open. This falU on a Monday.
The commencement exercises of
Oahu College will tako place next
Monday evening. Dald Starr Jordan
will deliver the commencement ad
Just beforo the nftclnoon session of
the Senate yesterday one of tho Sena
tors made n suggestion that, on ac
count of the hent, night sessions be
held, lie was very promptly sat down
The Oahu College annual, the Huff
and Uluc, will be out on. Thursday or
Friday. The book is the finest thing of
Itn kind ever published In this city,
and makes a very handsome souvenir
of college life.
The Brtlsh ship Hllstcn after a g od
passage of 117 dys from rhunur. a
r veil this morning wllhacitgonf c-mfii.
Her former Commander Captilti Jns.hu,
left the Hllstmi In Hamburg. She Is now
In ell irReot Captain Hlchird'.
Willie Roth ,one of the Honolulu
boys who returned from tho Mainland
a short time ago to spend his vacation
here, has decided not to return. He
will go Into business here. Mr. Roth
has two years yet before he can gradu
ate. When tho two new ltims of a quar
antine station for diseased animals and
a veterinary surgeon for Hllo were
taken up for reconsideration yesterday,
neither Dr. Russcl nor Mr. J. Urown
were present. Hnth these Hawaii Sen
ators worked hard for the passago of
A sacrilegious thief desecrated tbj
portals of Y. M. C. A. hall a fow even
Ings ago by entering and making away
with Secretary Hrown's now Hartford
wheel. Mr. Drown ha3 a blank appli
cation of membership In tho Associa
tion which he desires tl.ls nervy Indi
vidual to sign,
Fujlhnra, the Jnpanese murderer,
who has been confined In Oahu Jail,
awaiting tho decision of tho Supreme
Court, wns taken bnck to Hllo In tho
Klnau yesterday to be rc-sentcnceil by
Judge Little In accordance with the
recent decision. OfflcerTunaka was in
charge of the prisoner.
In the Police Court this forenoon, tho
nlnp sailors arrested yesterday on the
chargo of assault on-O. C. "Lewis, ap
peared for trial but had their cases put
over until tho 20th Inst. Palenape, a
ma nwlth two aliases, was committed
to tho Circuit Court for trial on two
separate charges of larceny In the
A. S. Merrlctt, vice president and
mnnnger of tho Publishers' Advertising
Lenguo of Chicago, arrived here a few
days ago, Mr. Merrlctt U making a
tour of the world In the Interests of tho
publishers of a now nnd great woik. It
was not his Intention to establish a
branch Advertising Lenguo in Honolulu
for this publication, but realizing at
onco tho value of tho work tho New
Vor Hook SuI)Iy Co. r.uccccded In ai
ranglng with tho publishers through
Mr. Merrlctt to Introduio on tho Isl-
anjls this now and without question
tho finest set of universal history ever
Jimmy Mlchucl Benten.
Philadelphia, Juno 8. At tho bicycle
raco meeting nt Woodsldo Park today
tho principal attraction wns a thirty
mile motor paced raco between Jimmy
Michael, Burns Pierce and Archie Mc
Eachern. Tho race, which wns hotly
contested, was won by Plerco In 4)1
minutes 53 seconds. Michael held the
lead from the fourteenth to tho twenty-eighth
mile, whenTlcrco forged
ahead and won with comparative cose,
Michael finishing second In 49: 12.
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
T T t (-
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation sjioe ,
in all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and veiy springy : : : :
LADIES' 81. BO
McINERNY SHOE STORE
: . ..- 1 ..I., 1 1H.J'.,.1
Boys' Galatea Blouse Suits, deep
sailor collar. Former price $1.50,
special 81.15. Siesof this lot
7 to 12 years.
Boys' Gjhtei Blouse Suits, sailor
collar trimmed with white wash
brald. Greatest vilue ever offer
eJ. Former price $2.00, special
$1 80 Sizes 8 to 12 years.
Complete assortment of Mothers'
Friend Boys' Waists. Unlaundred
and lajndred In white and colored.
Boys' Knee Pants Just opened
500 pairs. Scotch Tweed. Special
at 75c n palp.
FORT STREET, PROQRE88
CLINTON J. HUTCH1NS,
II iff 1
MclIVERQIV BLOCK. FORT ST.
FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
B. W. JORDAN,
10 FdRT STREET.
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Great Boys' : :
We are new offering great induce
ments in Boys' Wash Suits, we call
attmticn 1 that our "Rejatta Brand"
sulu are the tcp notch of perfection,
far .'tiperior to any other make for
wear, quality, perfect fit and style,
folliers, do r.ct rcijs this chance!
hry niit puaiar.tccd fast celor.
Tht Mothers' Friend,
PATFNT SHIRT WAIST.
iV Buttont tan be Tont ejf either bj
IVasktng or ll'catwg.
The Mother's Friend does sway en
Hitljr with the sewing on ol Button ,
It Is supplied with sn adjuitable belt,
which ts ckiltjr taken off when the
watit U wathedt the buttons are
rlvited on the belt, consequently can
not be torn off. either In weanuj,
wjufclnf or Ironing.
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LATEST STYLES IN
. WHITE-- PIQUE
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHAN8S
Honolulu, June 19, iqoi.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Bftwr & Convpinr.
NS F sens DO. Co, Lt
Ewa Plantation Co .
Hinni lUtniAtlttnCn .
Hawaiian Com. Ac Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co....
Haku Sugar Co....,
Kanuku Plantation 1.0.
Kibl P.Co.Ui. tiupj
Kljahulu Sugar Co...
Koloa Sugar Co
Kntia Sur Co.. ...
NahtkuSug Co. LtJ as
Oahu Sugar Co, . .
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co.. Lt
M 5. 000 1
i vp f
raaunau u. pun. 1.0.
Pacific Sunt Mill
.-- --- - 'ii"
Pala Plantation Co ...
Yt pMkto sugar Co .
Walatua Agf. Co . as,
Walanae Company ...
Walluku Sugar Co....
Waltnea Mill Cu
Inter-Hiani StaamN Co
Hawaiian blectrlc Co...
non. swam Laundry...
Mutual TIrrhon Co
riopit 1 icidtKir
Flrit Nattonil Rark...
Hawaiian Gov 6 rtr cnt
HawaMan Gov. 5 pi r cant
I 01. kapll Tfntlt.
Lwa Plantat'n 6 per cent)
Oahu H A LanJ Co. pre
uanu 1'ianiatfon ope
Olaa Plintation6p e.
!AIS w Walalua. Jioooo
WILLARD E. BiOWN,
Halstead & do;,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbund Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangt
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Loans negotiated. ;
DURING my temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me undtr
full power of attorney. V
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
This Is a llrst-clasi table butter
and Is guaranteed so or money
We are now taking orders for this
butter, which we will retail here
In three weeks at the low price of
35 cents per lb. No order taken
for less than 10 lbs : : : : :
Hazelwood Cream Co., 0,pSS."h0
BY ITS AGLNTS
JUDD & CO.
307 STANGENWALD BLDG.,
P. O Box 667, Honolulu, T.H.
Customer Didn't you tell mo this
horso was afraid of nothing?
Dealer That's JuBt vhat I said.
"Why, he shies at his own shadow."
"Well, a shadow Is about as near
nothing as anything I know of." New
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