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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11, T., FIUDAY, AUGUST 23, 1901.
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Thnt Ib nlwnys our
nlm. You will ftntl
In our i i i i
HlncBt - Annortment
of FURNITURn In
Honolulu. I I I i i
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 pure, wholesome kinds made
from the freshest of frullsand purest
materials we refer to
You are sure to like them, because
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 :
tliiniH 11 ml JcIIIch, In 16-oz.
Prencrvci In 20-0. Glass Jars
H. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, PORT STREbT.
Telephone! 22, 24, 02
P.O. Box U80
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
A full line of HAWAIIAN VI "W:.
TEL. MAIN 10.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNHR KINtl AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICO U0U8II GOODS
Recelre4 fey Eiry Sieaaer.
' AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Treaiu'y Is Emrty. $t
Butlneae l dull tnS many workmen 9ft
art unemployed. Soma people don't ajlr
not'ee little thing like Mill, but there k
are othera with Hjt families to support a
to whom this li a hardship. For the jr
present the I t i i i
1 NEW ENGLAND BAKERY j
hjs decided to c've thirty Inrec
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets tor which can ti
procured at the store or from the
drivers. Our popular to cent
light breakfast seems topleasa
everybody Judghs: from the crowds.
Big packages Ham Sandwiches with
Pie, Doughnuts, Etc tor Working
Men, Clerks, Etc., 15c only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. TILL 11 PJI.
WALL. NICHOLS CO. Ltd.
Beginning Mondny, Aug. 20th,
we are going to dispose
of a limited number of
at the low price of 12.00
1 hey are not toys, but
in ac h Ines lor practical
business men. : : : :
Sec Our Window.
We havo numerous testimonial)!
from people who could not eat food
without being distressed, but found In
Taroenn both n mcdlclno nnd food.
After taking Taroena for a while their
stomachs were able to tako ordinary
food. It gives the tllgestlvo organs n
test and effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
'Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Tnroena. To my
surprise, Taroena and my Btomach
hnve nhvajK remained on tho best of
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON, M. U,
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptics becattso I
have perbonally tested It, I shall ubu
It at St. Luke's Hospital.
"C. O. KENVON, M. !..
"San I'ranclsco, Cal."
"Tnroena, In my opinion, Is an ex
cellent Invalid nnd baby food, and In
tho many cases when I havo used It,
It has always proed satisfactory. 1
have four patients using It now.
"O. 1). UUCKNEIX. M. D.,
"San Francisco, Cal."
Wo have a great many endorse
ments from medical men all over tho
world. Every one Is favorable to this
most wonderful, naturo-mudo food.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections,
IlimlncHH Miiu'h Lunch
The best In the city; tmoa.tn to 2p.m
314 FORT 8T
1A Has the Ilcst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUUIOS
In tho City.
FRITS!! HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND yitlDAYS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mike and Charity at the Pantheon
also cold whisky.
The schooner T, S. Hedfletfl Is taking
crap iron for ballast.
The American ship Charmer satlnl
(or the Sound In ballast today.
A notice relative to the Henry Cong
don estate appears In this Issue.
Tho Inter-Island Telegraph Co. Is
occupying offices at 315 Fort street.
A house and lot at Kalmukl aro for
sale. See For Sato column, on pago S.
Gomes & McTtghc, successors to Ca
mera & Co., liquor dealers, 95 King St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledger.!, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Notice of the estate of James Hutch
Ins late of Honolulu, appears under
Mrs. Paymaster Phillips and daugh
ter salted for San Francisco In the So
Avoid Ingrowing toenails by having
nails properly trimmed by Dr. llogle.
A notice of meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific Sugar Mill ap
pears under New Today,
Irwin & Co. received 30S7 bags and
Urewer & Co, 3117 bags sugar per the
Mauna I.oa this morning.
A. J. Lyons, representing tho Coloni
al Press of New orl Is in the city,
selling "Tho World's (treat Classics."
David Haughs, head of the .got em
inent nursery, will be back from Ha
waii in the Klnnu tomorrow afternoon.
II. E. Hendricks has the contract for
furnishing the structure line and orna
mental work on the new Sachs build
ing. Kauplko. an aged native of Hawnll
and the grandfather of Mrs. Chas.
Kructer died at Hoopuloa on Sunday
The Mauna I.oa arrived from Kona
ports this morning. She reports very
rough weather and plenty of rain at
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. havo
an excellent magazine on sato at their
place called the Photo Era. Tuey will
be pleased to show It to you.
On Sunday last the volcano was
smoking ery fiercely. The smoke
cloud extended for 11 distance of thirty-five
miles along the coast.
Tho schooner Ilertln Minor has ar
rived ut Napoopoo after a trip of 19
days from Eureka. She has 35ti,000
feet of umber for M. F. Scott.
Tho Hawaiian tabor llutcnu will
engago laborers In tne Hawaiian Jsi
ands and lurnlsh them to plantations,
etc. See nd. under "iew Today."
The whistle of the postman at tho
door brings back to people of Honolulu
who have lived on the Mainland, some
happy and some unhappy moments.
It seems absurd but nevertheless It
Ij n fact that a typewriter can be
bought for $12.50. Wall, Nichols Com
pany are displaying Borne that formerly
sold for $15. .
There was no quorum at the regular
monthly meeting of tho Hawaiian He
lief Society yesterday. The business
set for that time will go over until
Abraham Kekai, formerly captain on
the police force, nnd later a Hack drlv
ct, was among the unfortunate ones
who lost by tho Stock Yards fire. He
had two horses and two hacks burned
In the Police Court this forenoon, tho
'I. so of Nautllo Dcntc, the Italian who
was fined $250 and costs yesterday by
.ruilgo Wilcox on the charge of selling
spirituous liquor without a license, was
noil pros'd ut tho request of the prose
In tho l'ollco Court this forenoon.
Tadcmlclil, one of tno Jnpaneso ar
tested a short timo ago on tho elinrgu
of Belling Bpliiiuous liquor without .1
license, was lined Siiim nnd costs.
Thero nro several other liquor-selling
rnses that will come up in tho Pollen
Court this afternoon.
Manuel Sylva, the foreman of the
Stock Yards Co., who did such good
work on the morning of tho fire, has
obtained a license to drive a hack. Th
company has furnished him with a
hack and a couple of horses which he
will utilize until such tlmo as the com
pany shall start Into business again.
James K. Kaulla, the attorney was
the cause of two warrants being Issued
(or natives this forenoon on tho charge
of drunkenness. Tho men concerned
aro said to have been Intoxicated somo
time last week. It Is very seldom that
warrants are Issued for such charges.
Katilla's action this morning Is tho first
anted at tho police station In years-
The u3o of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sowing machines.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels in all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sowing
machines are of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. 1). Her
gersen. agent, 16V4 Bethel street, P, 0
PACIFIC CYCLE CO. HELLS.
E. 0. Hall & Son are soon to movo
Into the premises at present occupied
by tho Pacific Cyvlo Co. 011 Fort struet.
Tho latter' Arm ''has been bought out
by Hall & Son and as soon as tho stock
taking Is complete fhe tiunsfer will be
completed. Within n couple of weeks
tho retail department of Hall & Son
will bo In operntlon again.
THE H. A. C. HALL.
Arrangements for tho ball ut Prog
ress hall to bo given by tho Honolulu
Athletic Club aro complete. Albert
Cunlin has been helect- d as iloor nmn
nger, J. Hnnamami, doorkeeper, nnd
J. A. Thompson, master of tho re
freshments. Solomon's quintet will
furnlHli tho music. Ilctwceu dunces n
mandolin orchestra will dUcourse
The Evening llullctln, 75 cents per
THIS IS THE
every purehnncr to the
amount of fifty cents or more from us,
their 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.
8ce the DIhiIiih In imp Window h.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK. FORT ST.
CLI1NTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
mCirnNt If Vv if
L 13. II OU1 J&
t. 11 Mriri4ft
JVlcirNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
1178-1181 Union St.
P. O. Hox 5J2.
Tel. Oj Main
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.
we will give to
Dealers In Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Jt
Stains, Putty and Glass, orna- e
mental and plain :::::: U
Wall - Paper I
In all shades anJ at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
EVfcRYTHING FOH INTERIOR
ULCOKATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry hard and ("lossy :t
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR AUXI'.D IMINT8
are the best on the market. SenJ
for sample card. : : : : : :
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Auk, 23, tool.
NAME OF STOCK 1 "K up -f Bl1 "
r hrewer h Cnrnpant t.ooo..r loo eee,
N S factuDG.Co.L'l 60,000 too oo
L.U.Ktrr ft Co., L.U.. too.ox. J is
Ewa Plantation Co ..... 5.000,000 to uH ei'j
Hamoa Plantation Co. IM.000 too ..
HawaltanAgriculturalCo t.ooo.ooo too 100
Hawaiian Lom ft Su Co. e.ite.rso roo . ... nH
Hawaiian Sugar Co ... i,wo.ooo 1 !i
Honomu Sucar Co ,, . H0.000 loo . ,,. l
Honr-kaa Sugar Co.,,.. eooo,ooo ,o .,,., 16H
Ha'ku Sugar Co no,ooo loo. . tto
Kahuku Plantation Co . soo,coo o to ,4
IOV Mlipt Co LtJ, t,oso,uu $0 , u
Klanulu Sugar Co.,,,, 160.000 lot . t.o
Koloa Sugar Co ..,,, ot.ooo too
Kona Sugar Co.. a.. jocooo 100
McHryleSuCo .Lj.asl tir.yio to 1)1
6j UP t,6O.OW A. IO'
NahlkuSugCo CtJai to
" ' pi up 1 ao ..
Oahu Sugar Co 1 ,6no.ooo 100 tao it)
Onomra sugar Co 1,000.000 to ti .,
Ookala Surer Plan, Co, ooo to tH
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ , as I Mt.000 w a!. tH
Olaa SuCo.LIJ.pJ up I t oo,ono tc 11
Olowalu Company , l$o,ouo loo ... 14)
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co. 5.000.000 50
Pacific Sugar Mill ... sooono lou t'o
Pala tlanutlon Co . fl,ouo 100 too
Pepetkeo Sugar Co . .1 T5o. loo. .. ,to
Pioneer Mill Co . 1.150.0001 ruo oj le
I'loneer Mill Co, Aim i 500 o jo loo... 15
Walalua Agr. Co , 4 500.0a, 100 69 51
Walluku Sugar Co .... 700,000 too
Walmanalo Sugar Co . e5t,uoo too tio
Walmea Mill Co . ... 115.000 too
Wilder Steamthlp Co . 500,000 too too
Inter-lalanJ Steam N.Co 500.000 too tco
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co , .,0.000100 105
Hon. RaplJ T ft tan jCo tso.uuo too
Mutual Telephon Co . . ligu 10 t
Oahu Ky ft LanJ Co.. e.000,000 100 teo
People's Ire ft K Cg Co 150.000 too..., to
Flrat Nalltml Batik
FlritA.S B.nk&T.Co " ,;,
Hawaiian Gov 5 percent 06.,..
HlloK. H Co. 6 percent ico
Hon, NaplJ Trantlt 100
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent 10, U
Oahu k ft Land U. pre I?. ......
Oahu Plantation 6 p c oom
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
Walalua Acrltul.opc 101 itiVt
SALES. IS i:v,a, I24.SO.
V.ILLARD E. BrcOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eicrungi
OrJers for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana tonJs carefully and promptly executid.
Ground Floor, JuJJ Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 1 60.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Co.,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all over
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT 8TREET,
Ken King Off ecru Kcntcncctl.
In tho IY'IhiU Omit this imiiulnt;.
Ctiua, Albert anil Juliu Douglas, tttatt
anil soruml inatfn uti tlu Bia Klni;.
pli.iitt'il tulllj tt tin th.triif of nmmult
unit hatter)' mi the I1UI1 eeim. Alhert
was i-rnliiiriil to Hlxty ilu)H' IniprU
(jiiuii'iit uml DuukUs tu thirt)'.