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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, it. T.( FRIDAY " AUOU8T 9, 1901
Bed Rock Prices
.XI u-y.maJlUA Frr-"nr'" J
of furniture at prices
to suit everybody. : :
It will pay you to come
and see us. : : : : :
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Berelania.
AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Treasiry It Errry.
Business Is dull ani many workmen
art unemployed. Some r-eorle it n't
notiy a Utile thine like ihlt, tut there
are others with Uz families to surrort
to whom this Is hardship. Fit the
tresentthe i i i ' . i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
,B DOORS OPEN 5:30
x A.M. TILL 11 PM.
has decllel to clve thirty Inrstc
pound lonvcs for one dollnr
cash. Tickets lor hlth cants
procured at the store or from the
drivers. Our popular 10 cent
light breakfast stems tcpliase
eeryro4y JuJglip: from the crowds.
Bin packages Ham Sandwiches with
Pie, Douthnuls, Etc, lor Weikini
Men, Clerks, Etc., ISC only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
' It is being used successfully all 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;
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norris. x
Lords of the North, by Laut.
Observations oT Henrys by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Runkle.
King of Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn of the Hoad, by Frothingham.
In the Name of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
. Jinja Wafa
Or sons other kind of Biscuit or Water such as
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Just received Iresh shipment ol the aHve at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 21, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
Wo have numerous testimonials
from people who coulil not cat footl
without Mm; distressed, but found In
Tarovna both a medicine mid food.
After taking Taroena for a whllo their
stomachs wcro able to taKo ordinary
food. It gives the digestive organs a
rest and effects a cure by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
'Ueing a sufferer from fermcntatlvo
dyspepsia, I used Taroena. To my
Burnrlse. Tnroena and my stomach
have always remained on the best of
terms to my great satlsiauion arm
"JAMES STIMSON. M. I)..
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptic because I
have personally tested It. I bhall uso
it at St. Ltiko's Hospital.
"C. a. KENYON. M. D.,
'San Francisco, Cal."
"Taroena. In my opinion. Is an ex
cellent Invalid and baby foot), and In
the many cases when I hno used It,
It hns always proved satisfactory. I
lmo four putients using It now.
"0. II. HUCKNELL. M. P..
"San Kranclsco, Cal."
We have a great many endorse
ments from medical men all over tho
world. Every ono Is favorablo to this
most wonderful, naturo-mado food.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mrs. John Waterhouse left for Maul
In tho Heleno yesterday.
The steamer Hanalcl reports much
rain on the lee side of Kauai,
Tho bark Mntina Ala went to tho
Ualtroad wharf this morning.
The suit of Sister Allicllna vs. Kaplo
lanl E3tate Is still In the couise of
Answer has been filed by defendant
In tho case of Mary II, Atchcrley s.
Miss Hasklns' studio, rear of King
Ilros., Is a treat to callers her work
a greater treat to customers.
A gasoline engine has been set at
work pumping out the water from, the
remains of the Hnll building. ,
Note the advertisement of the Cha
V, derrick Carriage Co., Mil., on pngo
4 for prices of carriages. It will In
terest you. ,
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Honokan Sugar Co. will be held
on Friday the 16th. S notice under
C. Mallan nnd Miss Mary M. I'lggott
were married in the Catholic Cathedral
last Monday evening, the Itev, Father
In the suit of Kauakamil ct al. vs.
John Ena ct al, Andrews, Peters & An
dratle, attorneys for defendant han
filed notice of motion to set date for
T. I'. Sedgwick, assistant to Jnrc I
Smith, who returned home in tho Si
erra, has taken up his new duties tU
the experiment station ofllcc In tho
Capitol building. I
In the matter of the guardianship ni
Mong Wa and Seo Chin, minors, the
final accounts of S, Ahul, guardian
have been approved and guardian or
The police hnvo made many nrresti
of late of hackmen and ethers who will
persist In leaving their hones untied
in the streets. The majority of the of
fenders are Chinamen nnd Japanese
The bark Albert will load general
merchandise at Seattle for this port.
She was Intended to load lumber at
Dlakclcy, but orders came on the Cop
tic jestcrdny which changed the
Miss Itosc Davison has icsumed Iht
old position in tho Educational De
partment and Is picking up the
threads of business where she leit
them heforo going to tne HuiTnlo Ex
position. The Hammer plate la the only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely in a warm climate.. It does
not frill or spot nnd is iitilcker thin
lightning: Tho IIONOM'I.U PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. solo agents. "
In tho case nf the Honolulu liixest
ment Co, vs. Helen Rowland et nl., ac
tion to quiet title, motion of Emma
NiikiiltM, one of defendeniits. for per
mission to file separate answer was
I allowed today on consent of counsel.
A meeting of Murphy pledge-signers
Is called for this evening at 8 o'clock
at Francis Murphy Hull to ratify tin
by-law s of Francis Murpny Club No. 1
and lor the consideration of other Im
portant matters. A largo attendance
Is earnestly desired.
Those wishing reliable hones, ex
perlenced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call bi
(be Territory Stables. Tbetr telephone
number Is Main 35. Tbey deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
The lowlands opposlto the Chinese
theater on Llllha street arc being rap
idly tilled In by tho dredger. It will
not be long now before there will be
several acres of very valuable land
where before, there was nothing but a
V. M. Hnlns, secretary of tho For
eign Missionary Society, who, with his
wliti, stopped In the city while tho
Coptic wns In port, has dedicated
moro churches than any other woiker
In the Christian denomination. He ha
the highest record also in the uinttei
of raising chinch debts.
J. W, Erwln of tho fieo delivery sys
tem of the Pacific Coast Is now dis
tricting the city for the letter carrier
system here. The work will he finish
ed next week and when that Is done,
there will be no further delay In get
ting the men out on the various routes.
Tho baseball game between the
Capitol aggregation of clerks ami the
employees Id tho Judiciary llulldlng
lniH been set for Saturday, August 17.
An effort will bo made to secure tho
Piinabou grounds. Captain Cummins
of tho Cnpltnls will havo his team ar
rayed In neat uniforms made of court
Lewis S. Gear, who for nearly two
years has successfully conducted the
business management cl the Ilulletln,
left In tho Sonoma for his home In San
Francisco. Mr, dear goes back to com
plete his courso of study at the I'nl
Mislty of California. Ho will prob
ably lctiiru to Honolulu next year.
THIS IS THE
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIW;.
TEL, MAIN 14).
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINU AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB K0U6B GOODS
Received by Ersr Steamr;.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAN PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HuYLEKS
CHOCOLATES per the
314 FORT 8T
lias tho Dest Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIIIOS
In the City,
FRITSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
New York, July 30. Tho possibility
of tho spread of bubonic plague
throughout the American continent
having been discussed as a probability
by Dr. Walter Kcmstcr. of Milwaukee,
Wis., has brought our. adverse opin
ions from a number ct New York
They condemn the view of Dr. Kcm
sler as an alarmist nnd calculated to
causo a panic, though the fact that ha
spent soma time abroad studying tho
origin nnd spread of plaguo, under tho
Harrison Administration, gives added
weight to his statement to tho effect
that there Is danger under existing
banltary conditions, unless Immediate
measures are taken to stamp It out.
Dr. A. II. Doty, Health Officer of the
Port, said that while tho plague might
bu ilcstructUo tho peopl'i in IikII.i, the
londltlons wcro different hero, In In
dia people slept with rats and vermin.
In the last three years the plague has
been in Hio do Janeiro, Lisbon and
San Francisco, but tliciv had been no
devastation tit any of theso places.
Dr. Doty declared ho had no fear
whateier of tho plaguo gaining any
The greatest 4.50 and 500
MEN'S ShOli made.
Advertised in tv'ry
the United States.
manufactured in the largest
Shoe Factory In the World.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
BY EX ZEAL ANDI A
we recived an immsnse stock of
Mmlin Underwear which we'll place
on sale by MONDAY MOKMNU at
prices less than manufacturers' cost.
Greatest Values on Record.
LADIES' SKIRTS with deep em
broidery flounce at Si. 00
LADIES' SKIRTS with four rows of
Toochary, Lace and Insertion at S 1.50
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
Honolulu, Aug. 9, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
C Rrewer A Company
Ewa Plantation Co
Hamna Plantation Co .
Hawaiian torn. at su uo
Hawaiian Sugar Co .,,
Honomu Sugar Co ..
Honnkaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Xlbel Plant Co .ltJ...
Xt) at.ulu Sugar Co ..
Koloa Sugar Co. ...
Kona Surer Co.. as.. .
" ' , ' Pi "P
is.nu -sugar 1.0 ',
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co
OlaaSu. Co.LtJ., asl
Olaa Su Co LtJ. pa up
Paauhau Su. Pran. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co, Asses
tValatua Agr. Co ,
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo bugai Co
Walmea Mill Co , . .
Wlldrr Sframihln Cn
Inter-lstan4 Steam N.Co
Hawaiian Ltectrlc Co
mutual lelephon Co
Oabu Hv A L.ni Cn
People's Ice & H t'e Co
Frit Natlon.l Mini,
FustA.S DankCi r.Co
HlloK. R. Co. 6 percent
Hun. Kapll Tr.nslt.. ..
Ewa Plantain 6rercent
uinuKK Lanj co. pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c .
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua Agrlcut. 6pe .
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
Greatest Values that ever were phced
on sale, for ::::::: :
15c, 35c 45c and 75c.
50 styles to select from all new goods.
Special Values for one week. 20 0..
Ladies' Gowns on sale for 75c Cannot
be duplicated less than Si 00. : : :
Pacific Import Co,, Ltd.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
aw'.k IJ nflTH .B?
FIRE VJ. M!r MARINE
McINERlNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
The disastrous fire of August 6, 1901,
ought to induce all far-sighted people
to insure their property. : : : :
F. S. Peachy & Company
German Alliance Ins. Co. of N. Y.
Svea Ins. Co., of Gotherburg, Sweden.
Office 307 Stangenwald Building
HONOLULU, T. II.
Tci.-Mnin aaa. i. o. iiox out.
T H jgE v jjjNj-L 1. u L L E T
THE OLDUST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONDIKE FOR AUVtBIISIM J Jt Jl J jt Jt O Jt
SALE-20 Ewa, Ux.&i'.i.
WILLAHD 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 sate of stocki
ana tonJs carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390, I elephone iGg.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Oond Brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Colected, .. ..
Agents Hazlewood Cream Co.
of Portland, Ore.
Agents Occidental Oil Co.
of West Virginia.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Bulldlnj.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Heal Terchon all over
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
!lO FORT STREET.
Mnto Lyons, formerly In tho Hn
wnllun nml captain of tho St. Davlil.
lias lii-cii inomoptcil to lie captain of
tlin California!!. Captnln McDonald of
tin' American lias heen rcliueil by
Captain MoriUon of the Californlan.
DAYS AND yiUDAYS.
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