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iPB-SBVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATUnDAY. JULY 13, -1901.
AND LET LIVE
Elm, Etc., . . . .
AT PR.CES TO SUIT.
AND NOW ON
DISPLAY AT THE
Our Territorial Treasuy It Emr-ty.
Buslne ss Is dull and many workmen
are unemployed. Som people don't
notice little thing like this, but there
are others with Ma; families to support
to whom this Is a hardship, For the
present the t j t i i i i i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Coyne Furniture Co.,
has decided to give thirty larsc
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets tor which can" H
ptocured at the store or front the
drivers. Our popular to cent
light breakfast seems to please
everyr-ody Judging from the crowds.
Dig packages Ham Sandwiches wl h
Plet Doughnuts, Etc for Work'ng
Men, Cletks, Etc., 15c only.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
DOORS OPEN j:jo
A.M. TILL it PM.
NOW IS THE TIME
To have your IRON ROOFS
COOLED by having them
painted with : : : : :
We guarantee all work. Give
it a trial and be convinced.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
WANTS UNCLESAI TO PAY
The Senate met at about 2' 20 o'clock
yesterday afternoon and, about ten
minutes later, adjourned out of re
aped for the memory of ex-Senator and
President of the Senate, Wm.' C. Wil
der. Previous to adjournment; Wm.
Achl Introduced the following resolu
tion relative to the fire claims which,
on account of Its Important purport,
was postponed until touay:
Whereas, great losses were caused by
the action of the Hoard of Health In
suppressing bubonic plague In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and,
Whereas, there are no funds In the
treasury of the Territory of Hawaii
with which to pay the claims of those
who suffered In the great fire of 1900,
caused by the order of the Hoard of
Health In suppressing the same, and
Whereas, a court of claims duly1 au
thorlzed by an act of the first Legis
lature 'of snld Territory, Is now sitting
and deciding the claims of those) who
suffered In said fire,
Be It resolved by the Senate, jtha
House of Representatives concurring,
of the Territory of Hen all, that tho
Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii
urge that tho Congress of tfc United
States should provide the means for
such payment, out of the customs re
celpts collected at the ports of this
Territory, or otherwise.
De It further resolved, that tho fnV'
crnor of this Territory Is hereby re
quested to transmit certified copies of
this resolution to the President of the
United States, the Speaker of the
House of Representatives, and tho
Delegate of the Territory of Hawaii,
vltu the request that this resolution
be laid before the Congrem of tho
W. C. ACHI,
Senator Third District, Territory of
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 fall
to Investigate this up-to-date
TrVeLll, IXTioliols Oo-f Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
THE WORLD'S ENTERTAINERS
The program last night a'tractcil a
goad attendance at the Opera House al
though the balcony and gallery had a
good many vacant seats at their tils
Tonight, according to present Incll-
cations will see few empty frits. The
program contains many changes note
worthy among which will hi Josephine
Qassman's Chinese version of coon
singing, with herself and her picca
ninnies In elaborate Oriental costume.
Mr. 1.0: among his other Impersona
tions will take the character of LI
Hung Chang, providing a faithful por
trait of the Eastern diplomat that
should attract many of the prominent
Japanese to the theater.
Convinced by numerous remarks
that there are many people-In the cKy
who prefer their vnudcvllle. at nil
events, at the Orphcum where then
can "smoke at their ease, and dtess
as they please." Manager Lee an
nounces an extra session of two nighty
at the Orpheum on Monday and Tucs
day when two special bill", will be pre
sented, differently programed each
night. While practically everybod)
goes to the Orpheum to t-co a good
performance, there are undoubtedly
many who do not go to tho Opera
House with the restraint of dress ant.
lack of license to enjoy a cigar to pro
hibit their appreciation of vaudeville;
to that the change of bouses will prob
ably prove to be popular. Tho same
prices will be maintained and the box
office opened for business bright and
Or some other kind of Biscuit or Water such as
Rents H M
ETC, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Just received a fresh shipment of the above at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and-o. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
TEL. MAIN .49.
'occidental fruit store
CORNER KIND AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRDITS
Received by Every Stealer.
A delicious, effervescing, cooling
and health-giving drink. It
surpasses mineral water. It will
prevent the illness so ofteu caus
ed by a change of climate and
from drinking water different
from that to which one is accustomed.
Allen's Fruit Salt
is a salt extracted from the juice
of fresh ripe fruit.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
ALBERT PEYSER ARRESTED
Albert Peyser wno, of late, has been re
presenting a show ctse concern, wasairest-
ed this miming at Hauula on a message
from the High Sheriff's cfti:e to the Depjty
Sheriff at the place named. There was no
time for the Isiunce of a warrant and the
sending forth of the same, because Peyser
had "departed" from the city Immediately
after lie learned the police were after him
Peyser Is charged with a ve-y serious
offente. It Is alleged that he passed bogus
In almost every town there Is somo
person who ts known and despised for
his Inquisitive habits. Even children
delight In thwarting the purposes of
such u man. tin Is-shown by tho follow
Ing Incident, which a correspondent
Mrs. Stockton wished ti friend to
share her elder vlhogar, and sent her
8-yenr-old son to deliver It. He re
turned quickly, his face wearing a sat
"Mrs. White was much obliged, ma;
but I met Mr. Perkins Just before I got
here. He said: 'Hullo, bub! I wonder
If you've got molasses I nthat Jug?' I
paid: 'No, sir, Mr. Perkins." Ho said:
'Clot vinegar?" nntl I said: 'No, sir,
Mr. Perkins." Then ho naked: 'Rot
elder?" nnd 1 told him: 'No, sir, Mr.
Lost he said: 'Well, that's n Jug In
your hand, ain't It, Caleb?' and I put
my Jug down on tho ground and said:
'No. sir, Mr, Perkins.'" iouths Com
The glaciers of the Alps have been
shrinking for about forty years, and of
57 observed In 18D7, there were 60 that
were still decreasing. It Is probable
that a period of Increase Is now begin
ning. Tho oscillations are exceedingly
variable In the different glaciers', and
it Is found that an understanding of
the causes affecting glacial, advances
and retreat can only bo had by a scp-
arato study of each locality. While it
ts probable that tho changes are con
nected with both winter snowfall and
summer temperature, the former affects
chiefly the tipper end tif tho Ico river
and may not have a perceptible Intlu
enco on the lower end for n number of
years. Tho history of tho Untor Orln
dehvald glacier, whoso oscillations
hao been conspicuous and well ob
served, has been roughly traced for
several centuries by Prof, Ilaltzcr. A
remarkable fact Is that a great niHnnce
of this glacier from 1770 to 1779 burled
large marulo quarry, anil, nitnougn
tho lc,o had sevoral periods of ictrcat
and advance, this old quarry was not
ngaln laid bare until 1S71.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A store Is to let. See To Let column.
Jas. P, Morgan Is suffering will;
The Klnau is duo to arrive here to
morrow at noon,
Takfc a ride on the electric can up
Pacific Heights. Fare S cents.
The stock brokers will all rcttfit In
the W, O. Hall tomorrov morning.
John Casstdy's place at Walklkt Is
for rent. Sec ad In To Let column.
A new brnss propeller for the Wltdct
steamer Helene arrived In the Siena.
The equity suit of Talor vs. Kohn
was heard by Judge Gear this fore
Latest picture of Carrie Nation and
her hatchet on vlow at the Pantheon
W. O. Smith has been appointed
guardian of Annie K. and Lorrln K
Smith tinder bond of J2000.
Louisa Kaaloa has been appointed
guardian of the property of May and
Edward Kaaloa, under bond of 1750,
Many bets at two to one ore being
made on the result of the Ilcalanf
shell race this afternoon. The Seniors
arc the favorites.
By stipulation of attorneys, defen
dant In the case of Sing Chong Com
pany vs. Lin Hop Wnl Company, has
been allowed ten days further In which
J, E. Kullerton, formerly of Hcrrey
& Kullerton, has opened his office at
79 Merchant street and will continue
Id same lines as before, giving special
attention to collection..
Invitations to the wedding of Mlrs
Mary Elizabeth Ilurwcll nnd Gow
Stadford Watcrhotise In Seattle, Wash
ington on the 17th Inst., were recdvod
by tho Sierra yesterday.
The Sierra brought nbnut 1500 topi
of general freight for this port. Amnnx
her cargo were S2GS packages geni-ral
merchandise, 3777 packages legetablos
3015 packages of fruit, and 937 pack
ages of hardware.
If you want to buy a first class, guar
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for tho same
article In New York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO,
and ask to tie their reduced stock. '
Libel for dlvorco his been Med In
the Circuit Court by Miry Kalllahi vs.
Kuahlne. The couple were married In
1S77 nnd lived together until 1S33.
A-hen the petition alleges, the husliancT
wilfully deserted the nouiu nnd has not
A letter was recehed from Col. .1, !.
Ltalrd by the Sierra stntlug that he
would sail from San 1'ranclsco July 23
for Honolulu to resumo his duties its
L'nlted States District Attorney. Ills
short sojourn In Colorado has greatly
Improved his henlt'
Do not forget the. Ca'hollc f.tfr and
luntt at tho drill shed this iift?rnton.
The band will play and there will Im a
"cla ka hao" tlmo all around. Croat
preparations have been made -ind this.
In connection with the fact that the af
fair Is In the line of chart!', shuuld as
sure n large attendance.
Robert M. Toplcy, captain of tho St.
James n coal ship from Newcastle, was
arrested by U. S. -Marshal Hen It
)cstcrday on the charge of assault on
the high seas. This morning, P. Mc
Corty, second mate of tnn vessel was
nrresteil on the same charge. They
will have preliminary examination
this afternoon befoie Commissioner
III) iijiiiii U
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Quickstep Puts In
For Food and Water
The barkentlne Quickstep arrived
and anchored off tho hnibor late yester
day afternoon, after passago of 52
tip ja from Salinas Cruz. Her destina
tion ts Puget sound, but running shoit
of provisions she was compelled to put
The vessel left Kterett for Salinas
Cruz on March 13th arriving at her des
tination on April 17th. She discharg
ed her cargo of lumber at the Mexican
port and starteil home. Ilelng very
foul the vessel made but slow time In
the variable weather encountered ami
so Captain Qrucncr put In here to re
plenish his water and take on sup
plies. Sho will get away for tlu
Tho Evening Dullctln, 75 cents per
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 : : : : :
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Great Reduction Sale
WE WILL START
. : : A : : :
: : : IN OUR : : :
EVERY PIECE OF GOODS OF
THIS SEASON'S PURCHASE.
GREATEST CUT IN PRICES ON
Special Reductions on READY
2780 sheets of best material to be
sold for less than you can buy sami
quality hy the yard. : : : :
THIS IS A CHAIN912
DON'T MISS IT s t s
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
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Honolulu, July ti, 10
NAME OF STOCK
C tlrewer ft Company.
L.B. Kerr Co,, LtJ,.
Ewa Plantation Co ,.,
Hawaiian Sutar Co .,.
Honomu Sugar Co ..,,
Honokaa Susar Co
Haiku Sufar Co ,..,,,,
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Kivanulu Sugar Co....
Koloa Sutar Co. .,,
Kona Sugar Co.. aa...
'pi up I
si no I
Oatia Sugar Co.
CJnoaMa Surer Co
Ookala Sutar Plan. Co.
OlaaStr. Co.. LtJ., as I
uiowaiu company ,
Psautiau Su. Plan. Co.
Patlflc Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co ,.,
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co . as.
Walanee Company . , , ,
Walluku Sugar Co....
Walmanalo Sugar Co .
Wilder SteamshtDCn .
fnter-ltlani Steam N.Co
tlawa an Meet, f Cu
Hon. Rapll T.Si laniCo
non. at.am LauJry .,
Mutual Telethon Co,
Oanu Uv Ik L.nJ Cn.
People's Ire St R f g Co
First National Hi.k
First A, S. UinkotT.Co
Hawaiian Gov a rer cent
Hawa'lan (iov. j per cent
H1I0R. R,Co. 6 r'r cent
Hon l-erll rr.nsiL ...
Ewa Plantat'n 6 rer cent
Oanu k & Land Co. pr c
uinu rtawation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p C.
Walalua Agrlcul, ope
9m 1 -
SALE ico Olaa A, Ij.oo.
WILLARD 6. BROW.V,
Halstead & Co.,
Stock and '
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Kuhajf'
OrJers lor the purchase or sale ofttoda
ana bonJs carefully and promptly emoitetj.
Ground Floor. Judd Bulldlnr.
Postoftice Box 390. Telephone tti
Judd & Com pan w
Fire anJ Life Insurance Agents.
Stock and Bond Brokers. .
RcjI Estate Agents.
Rents and Hills Collected.
Agents Hazel wood Cream Co.,
of Portland, C
Agents Occidental Oil Co.,
of West Virginia.!
Office No. ,07 Stantenwald buildlra1!
Honolulu, 1. ti. P.O. Box 667. WfV
MclNERlNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
BNORMOU8 SUGAR BEETCKC
Sulsun, Juno 29. The California i
Hawaiian lleet Sugar Company, vfcar
axc loaucd thousands cl atrra of laJH
in bolano county for raisins aaj
beets, report that the croo will brf 1
enormous ono this year. This iuecc''
means tho permanent establlshainki
of the sugar beet Industry In 6oluiJ
I 4H-'f'M-'t''f r'H
.. I ACE
i ,tT Counter
...4..(. IN .mmH.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsook
and all over Embroidery. Real Terchon '
All oyer Lace in Black and White : : pr
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big choice ::.:::::::
Tho Evening Dullctln, 75 cents per
AT M-r'l' I
10 FORT STREET.
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