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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 7, 1001.
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: THE :
ne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania.
AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Treisu'y l Empty,
DuftlnMs It dull anJ many workmen
ar untmplcytd. Som rtcpte don't
nut'ct t Utile thing like this, but thcr
art other MN Me fmtlitt to purport
to hom this li i hardship. For tht
present the i i i . t t t
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
ha dietdrd to l thirty large
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets forhlchcnb
pocurti at the store or from tfi
drivers. Our topuUr lo cent
light breakfast eemtoplM
t tvtrtoiv JudKlAff from the crowds.
Big package. rlm Saniwlchti with
Pie, Doughnut., Etc , lor Working
Men, Clrtki, tic, tSC only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. TILL II PM.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully nil over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
f SOLE AGENTS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Paul Alexis, the French novelist, la
Hear Admiral Johu Irwin has been
.Tho Rhlo J. U. Thnmas will return
to'tho Coast In ballast.
Tho Mnnna Ala-went to the railroad
wlmrf for aiignr'thls morning.
-"Mystic Lodge, No. 2. K, of r., meets
tonight In Harmony Hall, King street.
Lowers & Cooke are prepared to re
ceive and attend to all onl. in. Set' ml.
George Kennan tho American author
and lecturer has been tirdered to leave
The First National Ilank of New
York cliy recently paid a dividend of
1900 per cent.
Sharkey and Jeffries have 'signed at
agreement to fight In San Frnnclsu
Copious rains tiavo brokhen the
drought In Kansas and the hot wue U
a thing of the past.
A movement Is on foot In Washing
ton to change the date of the Presi
T'Lord Kitchener In nn official report
of the Vlaktontcln nffalr says the Doers
shot British wounded.
The deportation case of Chlng Tal
Sal and Chlng Tnl Sun Is being tried In
tho United Statu. Court today.
The divorce suit of Mary Farr'agn
vs Joaquin Farrlagc was heard by
Judge Gear at the noon hour today.
The Sultan has Issued nn edict de
manding that his people shall not re
ceive Instruction from foreign teach
ers. The House of Commons has , jmiscd
a resolution granting Lord Roberts
100,000 for his services In South Af
rica. Miss Abbto O. Chapjn, an American
missionary In China has been decorat
ed with tho Itoyal lied Crust by King
Receipts, showing the final distribu
tion of the estate of Sarah Catherine
Gray were filed today by W. O. Smltil
In a notice under New, Today .the
1-,-itl ii."ir.rfnf -Ma-"- '
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norrls.
Lords of the North,' by Laut.
Observations of Henry, by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Runkle.
King of Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn of the koud, by Frothlngham.
In the Name of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Or ftomt 0 her kind of Blicult or Wafer lucb at
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juil rctlv4 fre.h .hlpment ol the above t
H, MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 23, 24 and 02. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB THB ELEVATOR
Wo have numerous testimonials
from people who could not cat food
without being distressed, but found In
Taroeim both a. medicine, and food.
After taking Taifiena for a whllo their
stomachs were alilo to tako ordinary
food. It gives tho dlgestivo organs a
rest and effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
"Heine n sufferer from fermentatlvo
dyspepsia, I used Tarocna. To my
surprise, Tarocna nuil my stonmch
have ahvnyB remained on tho best of
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON, M. I)..
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is nn
excellent food for dyspeptics berauso I
huv'e personally tested It. I shall uso
it at St. I.uKe's Hospital.
"C. 0. KENYON, M. I)..
"San Francisco, Cnl."
Taroena. In my opinion, Is an ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, nnd In
tho many cases when I hnA lined It,
It hns always proved satisfactory. I
have four patients using It now.
"G. U. nUCKNKLL, M. I)..
"Snn Francisco, Cal."
Wo havo a great many endorsi
ments from medical men all over tho
world. Every one Is taorablo to this
most wonderful,, paturo-mado food.
the McKcelinlc I'.Unt nnd Wall I'aper
In the case of Emma Nnkulua vs.
John Kidwell, plaintiff moves for per
mission to amend complaint by adding
W. C. Achl's name 11s J defendant. I
The famous Fosburg trial at I'ltts-,
field. Mass., camo to an iibiupt close by
the Judgo ordering the Jury to urriult 1
llv man. Fosburg was charged with !
the murder of his sister.
The king of cameras is the I-.-o.
First in name, first In quality, first In
execution. Plates or films.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY (!0. aro tin
jolo agents for this exquisite instru
In the casir of -Kwonl Mon e. Kll
ona. the plaintiff was awarded $1300
by Judgo Gear this morning. This
was an old case reopened this morn
ing on motion of F M. Brooks, attor
ney for the plaintiff.
The Jury In tho first ccse tried nttha
August term Is composed of J. S,
Walker, W. A. Ualdwln, E. K. Hanapc,
W. E. Howell. E. S. Holt. J. A. Segros,
T. Krouse, G. Kekauoha, D l"i. Henrar,
It. C. Lane, A. W Pearson, II Nauknnc,
Among tho arrivals from the 'Coast"
In tho Sierra this mornlug was Jolm
Ena of the Intcr-lsland Co., who comer,
homo on matters of business. It U
probable that Mr. Ena will resign tiom
tho itompany of which ho Is piohlilt-rt
before) he leaves again for the Coast.
' I)r. and Mrs. It. P. Mejcrs leff In tho
Sierra this morning for u trip to Aus
tralia. They will stop u day lit Pago
Pago.aml u week at Auckland mi their
way down. After spending it week at
Sydney they will start on thelf return
taking three weeks In New Zealand
and stopping again at Pago Pago 011
the way back. This Is the first vaca
tion Dr. Meyers has taken for nlno
F. H. Unieks appeared In the Pollco
Court this forenoon on the charge of
furious ami heedless driving and his
ease was continued until tomorro v
forenoon. Tho defendant was repre
sented by Attorney Iltooks. Tho jir
rest was made by Sheriff UrouM nlm
self between 11 and 12 o'cloik last
night. Tho sheriff says that Louekd ,
was driving along at a, very H-edl.;
pace on King street last night ni'd, fur
the safety of people and, porlupi him-
helf, ho made tho arrest, Tho slieilff
was returning home from th. police
station ut tho time.
Hart & co.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
1 FINE CII0C0LATE3
v AND CONFECTIONS.
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
TEL. MAIN no.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB HOU6B G00D8
Rk.IvU b B vr Sutarr.
Fresh Invoices of HuYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
WW UK FORT ST.,
XX Hbb tho Ucst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FRITS!! HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND yillDAYS.
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 :::::'
LADIES' SI .50
McINERNY SHOE STORE
BY EX ZEALANDIA
we rec.ivcd an immense stock of
Miilln Underwear which we'll place
on sale by MONDAY MORMKO at
prces less than manufacturers' cost.
Greatest Values on Record.
LADIES' SKIRTS with deep em
broidery llounco at Si-co
LADIES' SKIRTS with four rows of
Toochary, Lace and Insertion at Si. 50
LADIES' CORSET COYBRS
J ' ' ' Greatest Values that ever were placed
on sale, for :::::: : :
15c, 35c 45c and 75c.
HONOLULU STOCK HXCHANOm
Honolulu, Aug. 7, loot.
' f .fj up I g
NAME OF STOCK
C Br.wef A Comriny '
L.U. K.rr & Co,, LU 1
Ei Planuilon Co I
Himoft Plantation Co ,
Hawaiian Com & Su Co,
Hawaiian Sjpar Co ...
Hont'tml Suear Co . i
Honnkaa Sugar (.0 . . '
Haku Sugar Co
Katiuku r-lantattfin co
Kmrl Plant e.o .LtJ. ai 1 . I jifo.nno
t ,000,000 la,
fl 000,000 '
MI-bi !' Co.LtJ ,ri up
Kll'lhulU Slieif Co.... ' l&O.onoi IK1
Kbloa Sugir Co , Jx.oool loo
Kona Sueaf Co.
' , " . r up
Ookala Suzar Plan. Co.
Olia.Su. Co., Lti.,
Olowalu Cotrrany., ..
raaunau au. r ian, 10
Pacific Sugar Mill ...
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pepetkeo Su?ar Co . .
Plonrtr Mill Co ...
Walalua Apr. Co.r
Walluku Sugar Co..
Walmanalo Sueai Co
Wa lint a Mill Co
Hawaiian Metric Co
Hon. KirUTA ItnJCo.
Hon Steam lauJry .
OahuKy& LanJ Co ,
t'copit a let a,K t c-o
First National Bak
FlritA.S MinkcV r.Coj
Hawaiian dov tpttftni
Haw (J Po SavaHpf'c
Hon. l-acll Ttmlt
fcwa Plantal'n 6 rrr cent
uanu h at Lanj (.o.prc
Oahu PUniatlon 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
Walalua Acrlcul. 6pc .
lew ouo too
fm nrn. tm
1 50000 1 do
I 0 CO.
Olaa, fjoo; 25 Oahu,
50 styles to select from all new poods.
Special Values for one week. 20 oz.
Ladies' Gowns on sale for 75c Cannot
be duplicated less than $1 00. : : :
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
WILLARD E. BreOWN,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Band Exchange.
Stock andJ3ond Broke?
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichngi
Orders for the purchase or sale of ittxlci
ana tonJs carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd HulMlni;.
Postoftice Box 390. telephone, t&j.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIiNS,
BfHiClPPlNe II Vy. Jus
Lot In AlcCully Tpnct,
Three LiitH In KiipalHilu,
lu.uoo b(. ft. $1100.
Lot on Itcpctiinln St.,
Judd & Company
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building.
Tel.. Main 223. P. O. Box f tT.
MclINBRNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
BATTLESHIP GLORY A8II0BK,
HoriKkons,, July 31. It Is reported
tliat the now Urltlsh L.Vtlcshlp Olorj-.
llngsbip of tho now Chlrn Ftiuailrun, U
URhoro sdmov hero between here und
Shmmhal. The war flhlps Cell pie.
Dnphno and I'lKiny havo left this port
Midilenly. Nu explanation Is git en uX
T A A. A A A aV
AY trie LACE
I N fr4H..K...44. I
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsook
and ail over Embroidery. Real Terchon
All Minn I onn in Dlonlr nnrl llfU!
nu uvgi Lactic 111 ulau aim nunc s .
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big choice :::::::..:
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