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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.( TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1901.
Bed Rock Prices
I it 'I eEsessSj
of furniture at prices
to suit everybody. : :
It will pay you to come
.mi! ieo us. : : : : :
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania.
AND LET LIYE
Out Territorial Treasury is Emrty.
business It dull and many workmen
art unetrrtoyei Some reople don't
notice a little thins; like this, tut there
are other i lth tig families to support
to whom this Is a hardship For the
presert the i i i tit
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
has decided to pje thirty Inrac
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets tornhicti cane,
procured at the store or from the
drivers. Our popular to cent
light breakfast items to please
everybody JJJeliir. from the crowds.
Dip packages Ham Sandwiches wlh
Pie, Doughnuts, Etc . lor Working
Men, Clerks, Etc., tie only.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5!jO
A.M. TILL it PM.
and Comfort in the
1 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.
Lord6 of the North, by Laut.
Observations ol Henrys by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Runkle.
Klnji of Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn ot the koad, by Frothingham.
In the Name of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Or tome otier kind ot Biscuit or Wafer such as
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Just receive! a fresh shipment of the state at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 9a. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
Wo have numerous tPHtlninnlaM
from poo pi o who could not eat food
without beliiR distressed, hut found In
Taroena both a medicine and food.
After taking Taroena for a while their
Btomatlis were able to take ordinary
food. It elves tlio digestive organs a
tent and effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions,
"Heine a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Taroena. To my
surprise, Taroena and my stomach
have always remained on tho best of
terms to my. great satisfaction and
comfort. r .
"JAMES STI.MSON, M. I).,
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is nit
excellent lood for djspeptlcs liecauso 1
liae personally tested It. I Bhall use
It nt St. Luko's Hospital.
c. a. KENYON, si. r..
"San Kranclsto, Cal,"
"Taroena, In my opinion, Is an ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, and In
the mnn cascri when I havn used It,
it has always proved satlslactory. I
hao four patients uslni; It now,
"0. U. IIUCKNELU M.
"San I'ranclsco, Cal."
We have a great many ontiorso
ments from medical men all owr tho
world. Every one Is favorable to this
most wonderful, natura-mado food.
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
TbL, MAIN io.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER MM! AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
icu isousn GOODS
Received b) E?iry Steamer,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HuYLERS
CHOCOLATliS per the
114 FORT ST.,
'Has tho Dust Assortment o(
I'ACII'IC ISLAND CUIUOS
In tho City.
FJlirSH HOME-MADE I'OI ON TUES
DAYS AND yillOAYS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Rooms and board, the ery best ob
tnlnabte are advertised on page S.
Turser Slmerson of the Manna Loa
leports the weather fat Hnjiiaktia still
Quite n number of business men In
town arc buying up American Sugar
Hoard, with well furnished room Is
wanted by a gentleman. See ad In
The steamer Maul Is on the nitltip
railway to hae her broken propeller
Sealed tenders for painting, etc , ate
asked for by tho Queen's Hospital.
See notice under New Today.
Club No. 3 of the 1'iaiicls Muiphy
movement In tho city will be !'umed
I'rlday evening at Kawnlaliao rhurch.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Allan Dunn entertain
ed a number of their friends at dinner
at the Meliose, on King stteet, ester
The Slauna Lo.t arrived this morn
ing fiom Koua ports with many If.?
sengers, 51572 bags of sugar and a large
The steamer Klnatt erne on" ths ma
rlnc railway jestenkty ami will sail
tomonow on her tegular loute. Sh
Is taking freight today.
The police are nfter the gamblc-a of
the city. There will be no ian- ills
trimlatlon In this crusade against til"
men who violate the law.
The walls of the shed on I'aclnV Mall
wharf arc to be torn down as soon a
the quarantine wharf Is toady to te
rolvc the steamers coming front thn
Ixiokout I'eterson at Diamond Head
states that he did not tcport the bark
Diamond Head last evening, j'te t"
not roport any bark in the afternoon
The flooring In the hallway Icndltfr,
from tho main hall to the recjlvln,";
station at the police station, has been
torn up and a new lloor Is now In pro
cess of construction.
The remains of th late fltvOK"
Freeman, who came to his death In tho
water outside tho Watl.lkl Annex Sat
urday nftcrnoon, took place yestetdty
afternoon. X'he remains wete Inter
led In the I'cttrl City cemetery
The color woik that the HONOLl'I.U
PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Is offering thh
year Is the piuitlcst thing of Its kind
that we havo ever seen. It will well
,ny you to drop In at their art room
and glvo them a call.
In the 1'ollcc Court this fotenoon
SInrlo V. dr I'reltjg npiie.iicd nn tbc
hargc of desertion. Her case was con
tinned until I'rlday. owing to the f.nt
that her attorney, A. II. Correa, will
be out of the city for a couple of da.vs.
All the cases In the Polite Court thin
forenoon that were no' finished at 12
noon today were put eff until tomot
row forenoon. Among these Is lhi
case of Sadie Mueller, charged with
selling spirituous liquor without a li
cense. The annual meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce will bo held at the usual
time ana placo tomorrow forenoon.
Officers for the ensuing year will bo
chosen. W. V. Allen Is tho tetlrlng
prident. It Is probable that the cablo
question will come, up at tnc meeting
Sam Dowsett's sloop Edith L. Is now
carrying freight between SIolok.il and
Lanal. Some time ago she was sold
aud rebuilt so that her carrying capa
city Is now fifty ba.r,8 of tniti. With
this cargo she makes weekly trljn and
Its earning a good piece of money on
SI. J. llorba, a larpentrr employed
for the past four jeats at the tar .diops
of the O. It. & L Co.. died jesiertiv
forenoon. Tho fiineiiit took place o '
tot day at Pearl Clt. Deceased I- tvet,
a wife, two sons and a daughter On"
of tho bojs Is cmplojul in the (1 It .v.
L. Co. car shops.
C. J. Ilutchlns, wlio went to Kon 1
on matters of intctest to stockholdeis
In tho Kona Sugar Co., letutned In the
Slauna Loa this morning, no stated
that wlnle he could not give u detailed
account of his visit, ho had repot lei
favorably on the proposition put forth
by tho agents. Things at tho planta
tion were found In good condition.
At the meeting of tho Honolulu
Athletic Club to be held In tho rooms
in tho Elite building thU evening ut
tho usual time, the boys will attend Jo
a lot of Impoituut business. Among
other things, they will reduce the Ini
tiation fco from ?." to i 50. There will
also bo talk about a social and dance.
The Painters' Union met lit the
.Mechanics' Hall last evening aud spent
the time in the discussion of mutters
In connection with tno Labor Day cele
bration. All tho unions are holding
meetings, so that when the time lomeu
tor tho telebiatloit they will be well
oiganlzod anil ready lor business. It
Is the Intention ot the labor men to
make tho celebiation much grand")
than the one ot last jeai.
Ah Kal, a Chinaman who has dis
pensed with Ills pigtail, appeuted In
tho Police Court this loicuoon on the
charge of receiving stolen goods. Ill.i
case was continued until tomoiiow
Tho police ate morally leitain that for
man months past, there has lit en a lot
of receiving of stolen goods In the ilty
of Honolulu but It has been found very
dllllttilt to catch tho offeudets. A
close lookout Is now- being kepi.
Captain Chilllngworth of tho Police
baseball team stated this mor.t'i g
that he had received from tho t'ustoiu
Houso team a formal accept nice ol
tho challenge which ho sent to Hietit
yesterday afternoon. The game will
be played on tho afternoon of Septem
ber 2. In the meantime, the boyt will
havo u lot of chance to practice aid
when the game tuKtb place, some of
tho best baseball ever witnessed l'i
Honolulu may bo expected.
Mate Zulle who btoiight the ship J
II. Thomas to poit after tho death of
tho captain and dlsmustlng of tho ves
t-el Is In town again. Ho went to tho
Coast to reretve his tenant aud Instead
of being ghttcful he tajo the owner,
Captain Sllghell Kicked at him for not
taking tho vessel to Acapulco anil did
not want to give him nil) thing foi sav
ing tho vessel aud hei cngo He fin
ally gave Zullo $100 for his wotk. Tho
Mssel and her tat go weie vvoith about
THIS IS THE
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANdB
Honolulu, Aug. I), 1001.
name or STOCK
The greatest 4.50 and 5 co
MliN'S SHOE maJe.
Advertised in every
the United States.
m.inuf.ictured In the largest
Shoe Factory In the World.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
A Reign of Bargains
which means much to you.
Large Line of Ladies' All Wool,
Black Serge, DRIiSS SKIRTS, nicely linisheJ,
the latest cut, for one week only at $-..00
NOTb 1HI-SE l'MCI:S
of the largest assortment
of .MUSLIN UNLHiK
WEAK in the city. : :
Our S1.00 Skirt, full width, is of the bet
value that can be offered. -----
New lot of Ladies' White
Shirt Waists, sites from
32 to 42, prices that will
meet with your approval.
ALL THE ABOVE ADVERT lED GOODS
just purchased by our buyer in New York.
Progress Block, Fort Street:
C. Brfwf A Company
l.li. Kerr & Co,, Lti
Fwa Planfitloft Co ..
UaaK 1'laoiall. ef
HHin Com ft S j Co
Hw!iin SiiRif Co .
Hono.ru Sucr Co i
Hi'ku Suitr Co
Kihukit I'lintatlon Co '
I klhfiPUntCo .HJ,
KiMh'ilu Suraf C
KolUri Sugif Co
Knn SuR'f Co . I
ri up j
NtMlcuStJC Co LtJitt
0hu Sugjf Co, I
OnOITleJt UK1r,Co . .
OokAU Suear l'i Co I
Olai So Co LfJ.rJup ,
PaauhauSu, Plan Co '
Pal I'.antatlon Cn .1
I'efeckeo Sugar Co
Plonfer Mill ?.o I
Plunftf Milt Co Aie
Walalua Agt, Co,
WallLku Suear Co
Walmanalo bueit Co
Walmfj Mill Cu
Wllirr Sfs(nh'n Cn
IntcfUUnl Steam N Co
Hwaltan L'cirlc C
II ax ti..iiTi. t...r.
I simiii rvi'irf ix Lells4Uo;
I' maiuai le.ernon Co
Oahu Hy & Lani Co ,
Vto;)t't Lt At K t',t C
I rirtt Nit ion il Bank .. .
I MrtA,S liark&T.Co .
I , BU.NUb
Hawaiian (jov jrrcent),
Hllo l( K Co.orrntnt ,
HiloK. R,Co 6pricm .
I Hun. haplt ViKmH
twa iManiat n 6 rer cent).
Oa'iuR& UnlCo.rrr ,
OahJ iManiatlon 6pc ,
I wiia rianiaiion o p C.
tv Biama ngncui, ope
t oo,o 0
I ,w n ,OOi)
SALKS-100 Ewa, f z 75.
WILLARD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders for the purchase or sale of stock.
ana conJs carefully and promptly executed.
CLINTON J. HUTCH1INS,
v r M
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Pobtoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance AgenU,
Stock and Bond Broken,
Real Cttate Agents,
Rents and Bills Colected, .. ..
Agents Hazlcwood Crearn Co.
of Portland, Ore.
Agents Occidental Oil Co,
of West Virginia.
iyiclINBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
One Style Out of Many
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy anil comfortable.
Standard Goods. - None Better.
SCHUMAH'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANl ST., BET. FONT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 20s. I' O. BOX C64
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Bulldlnj.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real .Torchon all over
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT 8TIIEI2T.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
m t jj:
All express Bticet car scrvlco Imi
bt'in ohtitlillshcd on tho llms of tint
Ji-triiiolltnn llulluay CiitiiiMii) If.
Niw Yuri, city b lhi New Yorl. r.loc
trli Vcllltlo Tiansportdtlon Co. Tlia
c.irn will start from tho Ilittery at
tli' In" cr end of Manhattan IkLiuiI
ituil run to Pordhttm In tint borough of
llttiux, it tllstancu of ubuut tlilrttm
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