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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THURSDAY AUOUST 22, 1901,
, ' ' ' 'M
Tluit Is olwnyn out
lit mi. You will Unit
In our i t t t
Flncttt - Assortment
o( FURNITURB In
Honolulu, i i i i i
T f TTI
1. 1 V F.
AND LET L1YE
Our Territorial Trmu'y ! Empty.
Business Is dull ni many workmen
rt unemployed Some feof'e don't
notice a little thing illct this, but ther
arc others with tir families to t-urrort
to whom this Is a harJifctp, For tht
preterit the t I
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
tin dtcldd lo clvt thlrt Inrec
pound lon cs for one dollar
cash. Tickets lor Mch en fct
pocureJ t the store o' ti"i th
drivers. Ourr"r"l' to cent
light breakfast mmuopim.
mrypdy JuJglrtK Irom th trowJi.
ulgrackitcs Mim Sandwich with
Pit, DoujUuu. Etc , lor Working
Mm, Clnkt, Etc., tfic only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
DOORS OPEN $:0
A.M. TILL il P M.
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:
that's what we are looking for. Beg.n
outfitting your office in a small way.
Start with one or two sections of the
WABASH SYSYEM and as business
increases, add to it; : : : : : :
Full explanation at our store. : : :
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tht pure, wholesome Kinds made
from the freshest of frul's and purest
materials we refer to
You art sure to like them, beciue
the delicate flavor of the fruit has
been prtsetved with them. You
can afford to have them often, be
cause the price Is as tempting as
they are :
tlriins nnil Jellies, In ib-oz.
Preserves, In 20-0. Glass Jars
H. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Telephones , 24, 02
p. o. itox aso
Wo have numerous testimonials
from people who could not eat food
without being distressed, nut round 111
Tarocnn both a medicine uud food.
After taking Taroenn for a while their
stomachs were able to tnke ordinary
food. It gives the dlgestlw organs a
rest and effects' a cine by creating
normal, healthy condition.
"Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Tarorna. To my
surprise, Tarocna nnd my stomach
have, always remained on the best of
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON M D..
"I am satisfied that Tarina Is an
excellent food for dyspeptic beeauso I
have personally tested It. I shall use
It at St. Luke's Hospital.
'C. 0. KfiNYON. M D..
"San Francisco, Cal."
"Taroena, In my opinion, is an ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, nnd In
tlio many cases when I havo used It,
It has nlwnys proved satisfactory, I
havo four patients using It now.
"a. 11. uuckni:ll, m. n..
"San rrnnclr-ro, Cal."
Wo havo a great many imnorse-
ments from modlcnl men nil over tlio
world. KveVy ono Is fnvonililo to this
most wonderful, nature-made food.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
John Kna is recovering from his re
A first-class cook Is wanted. See
Want column, on page 8.
No .bitter aloes or lnznlc acid in
thn beer sold at the Pantheon.
Ulink books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Nearly the whole of the time of
Judge Wilcox today has been taken up
with liquor cases.
Avoid ingrowing toenails by having
nails properly trimmed by Dr. Uogle.
E. E. Conant has been appointed u
Treasurer Wright to succeed Assessuf
J. K. Parley on Knual.
Sid Is feeding hungry individuals at
the Ilrunswlck Oyster and Chop
House, on Fori street.
A horse, buggy and harness, laying
hens and young chickens aro for salo.
See l-'or Salo column, on page 8.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. handle
tho finest stock of kodaks In the city,
nnd aro general headquarters for
plates, Alms, paper a.d everything
K. II. McClanahan. the nttorney, lost
his black marc In the Stock Yards tire
of yesterday morning. He and his fa
mily had become very mil oil attached
to tho beautiful animal,
Judge Wilcox snld this morning
during thn progress of a case In tho
I'ollco Court that ho always sympa
thized with a man who hail any deal
ings with a plumber, lie made men
tion of some property which he owned
nnd rcmnrked that the ptumbets
wanted to chargo him about twice tlio
valuo of this property for installing
At n meeting of tho flic commission
ers bold night before I..SI, it was de
cided to purchase a new teum ol
hofjos if tiicri Is money enough to lu
It. At tho present time, there nre Just
enough horse to take care of the varl
ntm engines and hose carts of the de
partment. In ence of Illness of Jny of
the horses there nre no substitutes.
There will be a farewell dinner to
Mrs. K. Lnlice. the .Misses Cninson,
her nleres, and Miss Smith at the Afu
ana hotel this evening, a complimen
tary affair by soiqe of the fining men
of tho Wty. The Indies mentioned eamn
In the Sierra from San Francisco and
are expecting to return hOme In tho
steamer of Tuesday next.
hi the I'ollco Couuit this forenoon,
Jan Fooli, chnrged with violating
Hoard of Health regulations, was
granted another continuance until
Wednesday to glvo him tlmo to p it
his premises In a sanitary condition,
'tills was tlio third continuance, oii.l
Judge Wilcox wns disposed this morn
ing to have tho case go to trial, but,
knowing the poverty and the recent
ill-fortune of tho man, gave him an
The use of the Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art' needle work. AH our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods in uneiy nnisnea
cabinets of artistic design. D. Ber
gerscn. agent, 16V4 Bethel street, P. 0
Ilnrcaftcr tho fire department. In
case the Hawaiian ElrUrlc Company
lefuscs to do so at the ptoper moment,
will cut) the wires that menace the
lhcs of tho firemen when they are at
timptlng to put out a Hie. It Is un
derstood that proper tools and rubber
gloves nac been purchased and that,
at tho next fire, there will be an entire
ly different story. All this has come
about on account of. the slowness ot
thn company n'-mtluned at the iiceut
DIVORdE ID Aid
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB THB ELEVATOR
A full line of HAWAIIAN Views.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
TEL. MAIN 1.9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COKNF.3 KINti AND
A LAIC LA 'TRfctlS
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICl KOU8H GOOI1K
Rcclvcd by ry Su.nrr.
Ituslness Man's Lunch
The best In the city: 11.pa.mtn:
314 FORT ST.,
Has tho Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In tho City.
FKlfSII HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND yitlDAYS.
THIS IS THE
The greatest 4.50 and 500
MEN'S SHOE made.
Advertised in every '
the United States.
manufactured In the largest
Shoe Factory in the World.
HONOLULU -STOCK EXCMAR4I
Honolulu, Aug, 21, toot.
NAME OF STOCK
1 Pali up
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Beginning to-day we will give to
every purchaser to the
amount of fifty cents or more from us,
tholr choice of several hundred
beautiful pictures mounted on pretty
boards. Every one of these pictures
is a gem, and we have : : : :
PICTURES FOR EVERYBODY
No-one will be disappointed at our
store either in the souvenir or the
great bargains we are now offering.
Hoc the DiKplnyn In our Window
C. Brtwtr It Compin.
Ew Plantation Co .....
MtH4n v.om at su v,o,
Hawiliin Sujtif Co ...t
Honnmii Surar Co .
Honfk Sugtr Co i
Hku SueirCo .... j
Kihuku t'Untitlon Co.
Kihct Plant Co .Ltd
Mt.mt'j Sueir Co. ,
huiOA iuit C01
Kon SuKir Co.. ..
Kihku Sue Co. LU at I
' pi up J
Oahu Surar Co . . .. i
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ.. as I
OlaaSoCo.LtJ, pi up I
uiowaiu "-oiTPany.., .,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co.
Pacific Soif Mill ,
Pala Plantation Co .,
FfrkfO Surar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co Am
Walalua Ar. Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co.. .
Walmanalo bucai Co
Walmta Mill Co . . .
Wilder Steamthlp Co .
Intcr-li'ani Steam N.Co
Hawaiian L Vet tic Co ,
Mutual UK prion Co..
Oahu Rvfr Lani Co.
People's let A R t'g Co
First Natlcnil Oanlr..
HfitA.S HinktV r.Co
Hawaiian Cjnv srercent
HlloK. R, Co. 6 percent
Hon. hapli Irnlt.. ..
Ewa Plantit'n 6 per ceni
uanu k it Lanj Co. pr c
Oahu Plantation 6nr
Olaa Plantation 6 m?.
vvaiaiua rtf ruui. ope.
t! JIM jo
1, 650,01)0 1
SALES 11 Wnlnlnn 170' n Will
nhm, 7(i; 18 Oahu. $129; 25 Kotos.
WILURD G. DROWN,
fialstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broke?
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., LTD.
Member of Honolulu Stock Kxefcasfi
Orders lor the purchase or sale crfttocti
ana bonds carefully and promptly ttralnt.
' CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
Tbo Nuncs dlvorco cugu at tlio mum
hour today In Juriiso Gear's couil rain,
to an end. with a docrua fur dUorcv,
$1U a week alimony nixl court com.
'1 no defendant, L. Nuncs, wns put ml
tlio stand and subjected to n vlBoroni
questioning hy tho Court. Ho admit
ted having deserted his wife, 1ml
would not admit that ho wns exactly
living with his wife a sister, Mrs. Mary
Sllva. Ho said, however, that ho win
paying Mrs. silva s house rent and be
sides wns paying her $- to 53 p.'r
week for a room, which ho occupied
by lilmsolf. Mrs. Sllva trembled on
thn stnnd iih she couoborated the
stntements of Nuncs.
.1. T. Do Holt appeared in behalf ot
tho two wltni'HM'H nnd asked tho Court
In Instinct them that they wero prl
lllged not to nnswer any question.
which might Incriminate theniBelvcs.
Judge Orar said tlmt. whllo tho Ha
wnllan law would compel them to
nnswer regardless of conxequonceH, lid
believed In extending tho American
system, and so Instructed them to b
guarded In their leplles.
Tho docreo being granted, Jmleo
flcar directed tho stenographer to
write out the shnrtnand notes nnd for
ward thorn to tlio High Sheriff. Ths
Court snl(T It would not be a party to
perpetuating a stato of affairs In so
ciety which would tolernto wlfo aban
donment In such a shamoful manner.
In allowing alimony, tlio Court said:
"Nuncs, you will pay your formor
wlfo a weekly stipend and allow
Mr. Sllva to hunt for another
A meeting of the Mallo-Illma Ath
letic Club was hold Mast evening in
tho headquarters on Kauhiiinanu street
for tliu purpose of discussing plans for
the mining football season. J. J, Del
fcer wns elected captain.. It wiiu tepoit
ed that practice had begun. Nearly
thlity players turned out. It wns te-
elded at the meeting that there should
ho piactlco mi every Monday. Wednes
day nnd Friday afternoon until the
Bemun starts. After the business of
the evening was disponed of the luijs
settled back for n good social time.
fcfHltlPWNt II V. Jf
GrounJ Floor, JudJ BulUfnc
PoStoffice Box 90. reletrficnt rS
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agenti,
Stock and Bond urokert.
Real Estate Agents,
Rent and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Co,
Burroughs Registering Aecounti-TC
St. Louli, Mo.
McINERlNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
Dealers In Palntb, Oils, Varnishes, f.
Stains, Putty and
mental and plain :
Wall Paper j
1178-1184 Union St.
P.O. Boxj. Tel 6iMaln
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures, House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
EVERYTHING FOK INTERIOR
ULCORATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guarantred io dry hard and glossy
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR MIXUD PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. : : : : . :
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Bui'Uiov.
Tel., Main 223. P, O. Box 6S7.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss..
Nainsook and all over limbfofi
ery. Real Terchon jII nyr
lace in black anil white, noavf
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 I'ORT 8TREET.
Tho lOvenlng Hullctln
75 cents per
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Mr Mcdorry had refused In irny hU.
wife n new hut "Vc nre uln toutt'L
nhlilddy." he said.
"Mc aln?" cilcd Mrs. MrfJurrj.
"Ol'm not! Shure, 01 dim t t'lnk iwC
half ns good Inokln' n 01 am." Uid
in i i4'i in i ittminkiniirnf ii Mad i rai'm'fti'i ,'im