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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1901.
x THE :
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania.
tf , ,n &
AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Trusry ! Errtty.
Buslntsj Is Jail ari raarv workren
art ur,empIoe J, Som rer fl dfrn'l
notke a tittle ihlip iikatYs Kltt.fn
an other Uh tie laxll'd to iippttt
lo whom this Is a hardship, Fcr tho
present the i t ' t
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
hat dftllKl lo cif thlrt) Inrac
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets torohUtmntu
pocuted at ttit store m ttt.m Wit
drUers. Ourrorutar to cent
light breakfast mint to !
er)oiv Judging Itomttif ttowJ..
Big packag.t Ham Sandftlcfctl with
Pi. Doughnut.. Etc . let Welkin
Man, Cleikt, Etc.. 15c only.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
DOORS. OPEN s:?o
A.M. TILL li PM.
NOW IS THE TIME
To have your IRON ROOFS
COOLED by having them
painted with : : : : :
We guarantee all work. Give
It a trial anil be convinced.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norris.
Lords o? the North, by Laut.
. .Observations ot Henry by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Rttnkle.
King of Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn of the Koad. by Frothingham.
In the Nam: of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Or lorn, o titr kind ot Blicult ot Waltr tuch
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juil tcctlv.l Iteih ihlrmcnt ol the atov. it
H, MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
Wo hnvo numerous testimonial
from people who could not cat lnotl
without beliiR dlstrcsfced. hut found hi
Taroena both n niedUlne and food.
After tnUhiR Taioenn tor n while their
btomnclis were able to tnlte tinllnnry
food. It Riven the dlgcstiM- orgniiH a
rest and effects a cure by crcntliiK
normal, healthy conditions.
"Being a suffeier from fermentative
dyspasia, I used Tnroena. To my
Kiirprlne, Taroena and my stomach
have nlways remained on tho best of
terms to my great tutUfattlon and
"JAMES ST1MSON. M. II..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The gunboat Petrel Is taking coal.
Number of painters wanted at once.
Sco Want column.
The transport Thomas will sail for
T. J. King Is booked for San Fran
cisco In the City of Peking.
The schooner Knwallnnl sails this
afternoon Tor Koolau ports.
Theie Is a pound master's notice In
the IJy Authority column today. '
The Eleti will tow tho schooner V.
II. Mniston to Bea this rftornoon.
A notice relative to the estate of
James A. Hopper appears In this Issue.
N. S. Suchs nnd wife are contem
plating a trip to tho Orient this month.
Captain C. C. Morse, wife and
daughter leave In th Zealandla this
The Teat less went on the marine
railway this morning to bo scraped
Captain loche of the Kinross had a
rib broken by a rail during tho trip
out from Cardiff. ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. V. A, llowen nnd son
Spencer will nrrlvo home next uecli
fiom tho Mnlnlaml,
Hot, V. M. Masslc was a departing
passenger In the rent last evening,
Ho Is going to Manila.
There Is a shortage uf sailors along
the front. Tho big ship Hawaiian Isles
Is waiting for n crew.
Captain Kuacko and wife of tho Em
pire leave for San l'rnnclsco this lift
ernoon In the Zealandla.
Vurser Allen, an old employe of the
Pacific Mall Company, Is the new
purser of the steamer Peru.
Tho harkontlne Arago came off tho
marine railway this morning. She
sails for tho Sound tomorrow.
The big ship Fort George will sail
to-morrow or Sunday for San Fran
cisco In ballast. Mate Harris will take
The cruiser Philadelphia Is nt tho
Nnvy wharf coaling. She looks very
small alongside of the big ttansport
Uev. II. Iscnherg and wlfo are hook
ed for a round-trip to the Orient. They
leave on the America Mam, sailing
Percy M. Pond has moved ip..itiu.fi.i
valley. He will occupy .Mrs. Casll
chalet until his own house In College
Itllls Is completed.
Tho harl.ontluc John Smith finished
discharging lumber yesterday. She Is
taking ballast nt Soreuson's wharf end
will sail tomortow.
I'rco Instruction In photography Is
offered by tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of H Cameras at
.13 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion as to their Uc.
At a meeting of the Itepubllcan Cen
1 rail Committee yesterday afternoon
tt was decided to recommend C. K.
Stlllman as Hawaiian Interpreter for
iuilgo Oear'B court.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
ob hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Tclephono Main
The Langton, on King street near
South, has been thoroughly furnished,
and tastefully decorated throughout.
The rooms arc largo and nlry, anil ex
cellent label board Is served In connec
tion. Tho China, leaving for tho Coast on
August 27 th, will take many Honolulu
passengers. Among those booked nr
iho Dllllnghams, Judge V. F. Frear
nnd wife, II. V. Hlce. J. S. Mct'and
less. 11. A. Cooko nnd Ilruce Cart
wright. Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
nd courteous treatment should call ti
ho Territory Stables. Their tclephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver slid
-all for rigs free of charge.
The following cases were disposed .
f In the Police Court this forenoon:
Vim k Sail, threatening language, nollu
puiB'd; Welau, gambling. ?r nnd coits; I
Kolomnnn, nssault und battery, repri
manded nnd discharged, the tpiarrel
having been patched up by Judge Wll
There has been a strike of the deck
hands on the Kleu. Under her new
skipper and mate the deck hands are
made to earn their lalarlrs and thry
do not take kindly to scrubbing decks
and polishing brass. A new Iot..af
"I nm satisfied thnt Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptlCB because I
have personally tested it. I shall use
It at St. Luke's Hospital.
"C. G. KKNYON. M. I)..
"San Francluo, Cal."
"Taroena, In my, opinion, is nn ex
cellent invalid and baby food, nnd In
the many ense when I have used It,
it has always proved satisfactory. I
have four patients using tt now.
"0. II. HUCKNELL, M. I).,
"San FrancUco, Cal,"
Wo have n great many endorse
ments from medical men all over tho
world. Kvery one is favorable) to this
most wonderful, nnture-mado food.
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIFWS,
TEL. MAIN 119.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB H0U8B G00D8
Rk.Iv.4 by Ev.ry Staaatr,
dec khands will he shipped today,
The bark Ceylon sailed for I-nysan
Islttnd yesterday. She took two cows,
u bull, a lot of Japancso nnd provi
sions. Manngcr Max Hchlcmmer went
ulso. Captain Wilier hopes to be ubhi
to muke a fast trip this time and
Dromlseh to bo buck within a month.
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 vcy springy : : : : :
MrlNFPNV RHOF STrtPF
WE HAVE JUST OPENED a large line of DRAPERIES
consisting of figured ART DENIMS and figured S1LKOLENES
These i,oods will be solJ while on display in our windows at
12 l-2c per yard.
Dress Skirt Sale
Ladies' White I?.K. and Drown
Dress l.inen Skirts in all the new
styles from 3.00 and up. : : :
4 and 5 Inch All Silk Ribbon suit
able for neckwear, in large variety
of styles and colors. : : : : :
Pacific Import Co,, Ltd.
fH,fiePiNe if Nfc Jfc
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
Honolulu, Aug. 2, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
1 Capital 1 J J
1 ,050, ox
1 or ,wo I
I 6oe,ooot 1
r nrawtr tV CofnMnv it.onoor! tooi
N S rtchDG.Ca.Lti I 6o,ooj too
UH, Kerr & (,o H4 . 100.0 ol 5c
. SUGAR. I
Hmn 1'lintJtlonCi .
Hiwilun Sagat Co ...
Honofru Sufir Co .
HonokisSiKr Co ....
Hi'ku .SuRir Co ... ,
Kihliku I'lAfiUtn Co ,
KlhH Plant Uo..ltJ.al 1.050,000' 50 .
kuioa sjitar t-o
IvDna SuiTkr Co.. l.
NihlkySur Co LtJai
" ' nS up
uanu sugar 1.0 ,
Unomca buearCo. . ..
OokJla SurMt Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ., )
OlaaSuCoLU. pi up J 1
Olowalu Coirrany... .
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill 1
Paia punailon Co 1
Prpfkri ftutlf Co
Walalua Agr Co , ai
Watanat Company . .
Waliuku Sugar Co.. '
Watmanalo Sugai Co
WalmvaMlUCu . .
Inicfli'anJ Sicim N.C01
Mawatian Ukvic Co
Hon. Stram LauJry ..
Mutun Tf Irphon Co. . .
'Jahu Hy Ac LanJ Co. '
Pcopit k & K t'e Co
First NaMoral Bank . 1
HtMA.S (link fie r.Co
Hawalan(iov, iptr cen:'
Maw (i P011 SavMrrc
Hi!oR. W.Co. 6pr cent,
Hon. hapIJ rrmlt
Ea PUntai'n 6 percent
Oahu M& LanJ Co. pre
uinu t'laniaiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p C.
WILLARD E. BrOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond 'Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana tondi carefully an J promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box )oo. Telephone 169.
CLI1NTOIS J. 'HUTCHINS,
33 shares Hawaiian Tobacco Co., Ltd.
15 shares Star Soda Water Works.
10 shares Territory Stables Co., Ltd.
Allan W. Judd,
307 STANGENWALD DLOQ.
Tel. Main 223 P. O. Box 667
VI MCKI4U' ifji Jt IJIIVTK.
i"")' f& IT1AII111
MclNBRNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Fleetwood Wilson, C. II.., who bai
bi'cu minle head of the tribunal of Pre
toria which will ctinthlcr all claims for
damage done by British troops, went
to South Africa some months ago ui
llnuncliil adviser to Lord Kitchener.
In 1S9S he had been appointee! nmlstuut
under sccietary of state.
m 1 m
The death, In tils seU'iity-Blxtli year,
of Rcnrgo Klincr, founder of German
Joiirnullsm In Australia, Is announced
1 urn Adelaide. i:iuicr' paper. Die
Austrnll3che Xcltung, is still published.
PACIFIC CABRU6E CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
I N ti-1-i-i-i-"i"H t
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsook
and all over Embroidery. Real Terchon
All oyer Lace in Black and White : : :
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big choice ::::::::::
K AT 4-K'-'H"H"H- I
E. W. JORDAN'S
IO POUT STREET. . I
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