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SVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II.
5. 1901. BSisf
Elm, Etc., ....
AT PR.CES TO SUIT.
AND NOW ON
DISPLAY AT THE
Coyne Furniture Co.,
AND LET LIVE
Our TmttorUI Trtisu'y l Errjtv
ButlnmH Jull ani many wcrkfntn
jriuntmloytJ. Some rrf It don't
not'ce a Utile thine Miff th!, Hftr it
art othtr with He families lo uf t t-rl
towliomtnlt Is a hardihtp, Fcr iht
present the t t t i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
hai ttcltti to giv thirty lorte
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets for hkh can l
ptocurci at the store or from ttif
drivers. Our popular 10 cent
light breakfast iwim rot-lra..
veryr-odv juJsInK from the crowds.
Big packag.. Ham Sandwich., wlih
Pie, Doughnut., Etc , for Working
Mtn, Clerks, Etc., ISC only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED.
DOORS OPEN 550
A.M. TILL I! P.M.
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, It reJuces 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. His a3 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
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 quod Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration relicts the operation of
building a stack ofsectlonsand Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-date
H7".el11. IHNTiolxols Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Or ome other klnj of Biscuit or Wafer such at
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Jutt receive! Iresh ttilcmtnt of the above at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
fa -"" WILLIAMS'
Be a Reason
For the fast Increasing popularity
of TAROENA FOOD-the
only pure vegetable food for In' ants
and Invalids known to medical
The secret of Its success Is thit It
does all that Is claimed for It.
Never once falling to stay down.
Is a pure product of the taro plant,
and nothing else. No foreign or
artificial subst.nces .re used In Its
It Is a perfect food for Infants.absol
utely ag'ees with the most tender
stomach. Try It.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
See Morgan's column for an miction.
Rate of, horses and mules.
Lodge IO I'rogrcs meets tonight.
Work In the Klrat Degree.
If you don't want a headache, drink
Green Iltvcr whisky at the Pantheon.
Oahti Lodge, No. 1, K. of P., meets
tonight at 7:30 In Castle Hall, Fort
There were twenty Fourth of July
drunks In the 1'ollcc Court this morn
ing. They were all fined $2 and $1
The adjourned annual meeting of
shareholders In Henry May & Co. will
be held on the 13th. Bee notice under
In the Supreme Court this morning,
further argument was beard In the case
of the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company vs. The Wolltiku Sugar Co.
Wray Taylor will go up to tlu gov
ernment nursery next week fat the
purpose of laying out a piece of land
for the planting of vegetables f'.r ox
pcrlmcntal purposes. ,
There were seventy-seven cases In
the Police Court this fcrenoon.Of tlieso
thirty-three were cases of drunken
ness. There were also quite a num
ber of cases of gambling.
Take a ride on toe Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
A party of twenty from the Jloann
hotel, led by Steward illdgood, climb
ed Diamond Head yesterday morning
and planted the American fins at sun
rise. The stnrt was made at 3 o'clock.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Fred Nnylor was fined $3 and coMs on
the charge of assault and battery on
Mrs. Naylor. Ten Chlntsu gaml'Icm
were flncjl ?3 and costs each. The ma
jority of cases weru continued until to
morrow. Acting Governor Cooper, Adjutant
General Soper and Captain llnwes call
ed aboard the cruiser Philadelphia
Wednesday by way of returning the
official call of the captain and olflcers.
A salute of seventeen guns was fired
in their departure
Two soldiers celebrating the Fourth
ran over a Portuguese child at the cor
ner of Queen and South btrcets yes
terday. A mounted patrolman prompt
ly brought the soldiers' rig to a halt.
The father of the child having decided
not to prosecute the case, the men were
It now turns out that the Amateur
Orchestra had no Intention of pluying
at the Fourth of July entertnlnni.Mn
that was proposed for the V. M. U. A.
lost night, although such announcf
ment had been made. There will be no
rehearsal of the orchestra uutil the
weather llccomc cooler .
Tho calendar In the Police Court thU
morning was a long one. There wew
ieventy-seven cases up for hear'ng. Of
these ten were for assault anil buttery,
twcnty-flvo for drunkenness; fivi fen
shooting of firecrackers, und nit tlm
others for gambling or disobedience ol
the carriage regulations.
Quite a number of the native Sena
tors were up In the Senate this morn
ing, they having thought tin: ther
was to be a forenoon session. How
ever, neither President nor clerk turn
ed up so they concluded they Ii'id Ueii
mistaken and went out to enoy tLe
day under the trees ou the Ciuitoi
LOST "AD" FOUND THEM
Last Friday nfternonn n gentleman
bathing at the Walklkl Inn found on
coming out that someone hud stolen n
valuable pair of sleeve links from his
shirt In the drefcslng room. There wero
two boys bathing at the snme time to
whom suspicion was Immediately di
rected but nothing definite could lie
learned. On! Monday afternoon a l03t
nil was nut in tho Kvenlng Ilulletln
Wants" column niivcritstng me uui-
In the meantime, Mr. Dlctz. tno jew-
cler, was going home on King street
about 5 o'clock Friday afternoon
when ho was stopped by two boys who
wanted to Bell him some cuff buttons.
He asked who they got tnem anil
they said they had found them In n pair
of old torn cuffs "and had thrown the
cuffs away. It looked suspicious and
Mr. Dlctz was sure they had stolen
them so ho bought them from the boys
for a dollar, thinking thnt he could
probably find the owner If they were
stolen. Tho nullotln lost ad did tho
rest and for tho one dollar expended
for the advertisement the owner recov
ered his property, which was worth
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANOl WK
3te- Honolulu, July 5, tgol. TMm
&y III "" ' '"" "" NAMG OF STOCK I CMal ! v till Akel JMf
Jt&S lit vtjffiri y V MERCANTILE. j -,j
r1Zf VWJtvy J-- 3!f1 C. Brewer ft Company. . t,ooo,eoc too itt - .
,irm CfTt V XiJ5' 0"" Mij NS SachiD.O.Co.LtJ.I co.too 100 ...... in
jf (8.J?. ' JiU. y )3!? L.U. Kett ft Co., ttJ . 100,0:0 SC....I. II
50c A PACKAGE
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 veiy springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
BOY'S GULF SHIRTS
Regular Value Si 00.
Fifty Dozen on Sale.
Special at 05c
See Window Display.
BOY'S MOTHER'S FRIEND
Just opened a large stock
in all sizes, hundred and
unlaundred, choice pat
terns, guaranteed fast
colors. We are offering
great values in that line,
call and be convinced.
BOY'S WASH HATS
in White Canvas and
Khaiki, from 25c and
up : : : : : :
f-A Plinfatilon Co ...
Hm ft Plantation Co.. 1
HtwallinAffTkutturalCo) t ,000,000
Hawaiian Com.&Su Co. t.iiMjo
nawauan sur' -o ....
Hofiomu Sujtar Co ....
Haiko Surar Co ..,,.
Kahuku Plantation Co.
rolna Stitir Co.
Kona Surar Co.. at. .
" - " , ' r up
1, f 00,000 1
OokMla Sunr Plan. Co,
OUa Su. Co.. LU., a I ' MS.o
Olaa Su CoLtJ. pi up 1
uiowan .onpanv. . . . .
PaaunauSu. Plan. Co. M.000,000 s
Pacific Suar Mill 500000! 100
Pal Plaatatlon Co.,
PpkM Surar Co .
Watatua Atr, Co., at,
Walanat Company . ...
Wtlliku Surar Co....
Waltnanalo Surat Co .
inicr-iiani oteim n.uo
Hawaiian L'ectflc Co I
nun. oifim Laujry ..
Mutual Tlphon Co,
Oaflu Pv A l.anJ Co.
Pcoptt's let & Ht't Co
First National Hank ..J,
FltitA.S. HinkAi CCol.
Hawaiian Gov ftptr cent!.,
Hawa'lan Gov. t pt r cent . ,
HilvM. R.Co. 6prrcrnt...
Hon. warfl Inn.1l. . . .
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent.
OanukJc LanJ Co.rrcl.
Oaha Plantation 6pc '.
O'aa Plantation 6 p c. I.,
Walaluj Aerkul. 6pc ',
a.i 50.000 vo
It 5.000 1
in Crash, P. K. and
Cloth, over 20 styles to
select from, b'peclal
at 45c : : : :
Pacific Import Co:, Ltd.
SALES 10 Ookal.i, 14.25; is Ookalj,
14 as: at Ookala. 14.2s.
WILLARD E. BrcOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbuud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangi
OrJers tar the purchase or sale of stock
ana Ion Js carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temDorarv absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
. Ground Floor, Judd HulldlnR.
Postoltice Box 390. I'eleplione tug.
CLIINTOIN J. MUTCMI1NS,
This Is a first-clasj table butter
and Is guaranteed v. nr money
We are now taking orders for thl
butter, which we will retail here
In three weeks at the low price of
35 cet.'s per lb. No order taken
for less than 10 lbs : : : : :
Hazclwood Cream Co., or Fir
UY ITS AGENTS
JUDD & CO.
301 STANGENWALD BLDG.,
P. O Box 667, Honolulu, T.H.
MclNERISV BLOCK. FORT ST.
The erer popular Rainier beer li be
coming a bouiehold word and "will
you have a gluts of Seattle," la more
often heard than anything elie. Th
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on Up c?
In botlea. 1
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
TEL. MAIN 1.9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER. KINIi AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICL7 K0U8B GOODS
R.c.lv.J ty Evary Staantr.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Macks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
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I .af LACE
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Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsook
. and all oyer Embroidery. Real Terchon
All, over Lace in Black and White : : :
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big choice
VAf UN 1 1-frv at i
E. W. JORDAN'S
10 PORT STREET.