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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY, AUOUaT 24, 1901.
Tltnt Is nlwnys our
nlm. You will find
In our tilt
Finest - AttHortmcnt
of FURNITURK In
Honolulu. I t i i i
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with w.iter only.
It is being used successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given (or any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a 'small she'd. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, 'come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
1 SOLE AGENTS.
OF T H E""
Th; pure, wholesome kinds made
from the fieshest of fruits an J purest
materials w e lefer to
You are sure to like them, because
the delicate flivor of the fruit has
been prtseived with them. You
can afford to have them often, te
cause the price Is as tempting as
they are :
JaniK and tlclllcH, In l6-oz.
PrcBcrvess In 20-0. Glass Jars
li. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STPEUT.
Telephone ic'i, 24, 02
P. U. Uox 380
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKE TUB ELEVATOR
A full line nf HAWAIIAN VIPWS.
1CL, MAIN 140.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
, COMNEH KINt AND
AlAKRA .STItl LTS
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICP II0U8H GOODH
Racalvad by t'iry Staamri,
I AND LET LIVE j
Chif Trrltotlal Tntia-j li Imply,
tjl Business U dull ani many worknun pe
ffi at. unemptoyci. Soma r, ( 1. don'l ajk
noi'c. a Mult tMnt ilka ttli.Rt tt.r
', araotliera with Mr families to HI port
to whom thla la a hardship. Fti tli. at
prtstnttht t t I i 1 ab
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
has decMtd to clu thirty lame
pound loaves for one dollnr
cash. Tickets lot which tan U
ptocorad at tht store u frtm tha
drivers. Ourfopulac to cent
light breakfast mmttotliut
vatyt-oJv juJKlia; Irom the ttr,wds.
Big r'E" "m Satidllrwl h
Pie, Doochnuts, Etc , tot Wttmng
Man. Oiks, Etc., tSc only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:50
A.M. TILL li P M.
WAM, NICHOLS CO, Ltd.
Beginning Mondny, Aug. 20th,
we are going to dispose
' of a limited number of
at the low price of 12.RO
1 hey are not toys, but
machines for practical
bu'incss men. : : : :
8ce Our Window.
Wo hnvo numerous testimonial!,
from peoplo who could not t-nt foon
without being distressed, 1 nt found In
Taroena both a medicine and food
After tailing Tnroena for a wullo thcli
stomaeliH v.cro able to tai.e ordinary
food. It gives the oigc-Mlw organs n
rest and effects a cure by ncatlni;
normal, healthy conditions.
Oelng a sufferer from ft ru ntattvc
dyspepsia, I used Taroena. To my
surprlso, Taroena nnd my ttomitrh
have always remained on tin best ol
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES ST1MS0N M. D.,
"I am satisfied Hint Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptics hpcatiso I
have personally tested it, I tbull use
It at St. LuKC Hospital.
"C. O. KE.S'YflV M D..
"San KrnirUtcc, Cal."
"Taroena, In my opinion, Ik an ox
rollout Invalid and bal foot! and In
tho many cases when I hnv used It.
It has always pioved satisfactory. 1
havo four patients uslnc. It now.
O. B. nUCKNEI.L. M. D..
"San l'rantltco, Cal."
Wo have a great many endorse
ments from medical men r.ll over the
world. Every one la invornlilo to this
most wonderful, nattire-inni'.e food.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
HublnchH Miiii'h Lunch
The best In the city: iiifoa.m to2p.m
gtf 314 FORT ST.,
M.M. Has tho Ilest Assortment of
I'Acino isi-ani) cunios
In the City.
rni'SH HOME-MADE TO! ON TUES
. DAYS AND J1UDAYS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar 4 1-lCc.
Sam Parker Is, In town.
J. It. Wilson, the Illlo horseman, la
Captain J. Ross arrived this morning
In tho Klnau.
Mrs. O. W. Paty and daughter ar
rived In tho Klnau.
Kurnlturo and lease of 13-rootn
house. See Kor Sale column.
Oovernor S. D, and Mrs. Dote arrived
In tho Klnau this morning.
Arch Itock In San Krnnclsco bay
was blown up on August IB
No bitter aloes or bnzolc acid in
tho beer sold at the Pantheon.
Nicely fumUbcd rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort SL, $1 BO per week up.
Modern six room cottage furnished
or unfurnished, to let. See To Let col
umn. Thero will )c a sale of Government
lots on September 25. oeo "l)y An
tnorlty." A long.leasc on property on Union
street Is offered. See Kor Lease col
umn, on page 8.
The Klnauv,arrlved from Illlo and
way rorts early this morning. Sht
brought many passengers.
Jas. t 'Morgan will conduct a bl;
sale of household furniture on tha
lUtli. Heo au. in lasi column on page S
High Sheriff Drown has not yet re
ceived a word as to the whereabouts
of Kiiglhara, the escaped Japanese mur
derer. Bets are even on the gamo of base
ball between the Custom House and
E. 0. Hall & Son teams this afternoon
on tho Piinahou grounds.
Captain C. C. Mose of tho Fort
George, who left in tho Zealandla in
very poor health, has arrived in San
Francisco very much Improved,
With little freight to handle and a
very clean bottom, the Klnau is ablo tc
malic quick trips at present, She ar
rived this morning about 8 o'clock.
Two vessels from Dtcmen are due
here. They arc the German bark Wcr
ran now out 151 days and tho German
ship Slrenc, 11C days .n the voyage.
There was a rumor on 'Change to
day that tne Water Ilurfalo Philoso
pher, In tomoirows volcano, would
humbly apologize tor Justices 1'rei.r
Tho freight steamer Oregonlan wa
In have lelt San Kranclsto for this
port on tho ZJrd. The Calllorulan is
expected In Sau rranclsco from Nov
York on September 6.
In the Police Court this forenoon, M.
Parmcnter nnd Marie Makaltml plead
ed guilty to the charge of adultery ni.d
were lined $30 and $10 respectively.
Mrs, Pnrmcntcr was In the Police Court
but her testimony was not rcqutrej.
Mrs, inry Parmcnter has brought
suit against Marcus Parmcnter for di
vorce on tho charge of adultery. It
wiil be remembered ..tat her husband
pleaded guilty to adultery In the Polio?
Court this morning. Tho complalntus
witness lost no time In the prepara
tion of her papers.
There Is a clean shave all aroun 1
at tho Manufacturers' Shoe Storo on
Fort street. The wind blew rather
strong at the homes of tho vnrlo'is
members of the shoe store force last
night and the result Is as suggested.
Every man has a cloan open counten
The Klnau reports the following bu-
gar on Hnwall: Walaltea, 3000; Wal
naku, 0000; Onomen, 11,728: Pcpeekeo,
nil; Honomu, 10,000; Hnkalatv. 10.-
000; Laupahoehoo, 600; Ookala, 1000;
Ktikitlau, 2000; Paaullo. 2000; I'.iaurmu
nil; Honokua, 500; Kukulhaele, nil;
Piinnliiu, 541; Honnapii.
Tbi) bark Olympic was to leave S'an
Franclico on the lith with a full loid
nbnvo nnd bctow decks, alio was loan
cd nnd awaiting a crow when tilft
Monde sailed. Sliuo tho Tobey sailed
'10111 San Francisco on the 1st lust.
there has not been a single salltns
vessel lenvo that port tor tho Island
Since tho tenth to the sixteenth lnt
there were but four arrivals of sail
ing vessels from Hawaii at San Fran
cisco. They wcro ns follows; llrlg
Galilee, 32 days from Honnlpo; ship
Charles E. Moody, 30 days; barken
tlno Planter. 28 days; ship Tllllc E
Starbuck, 23 days from Honolulu.
Tho lollowing vessels in the Island
trndo wero In San Francisco when tin
Mcnde sailed: Amy Turner, Andrew
Vtelch, Alden lipase, Chas. E. Moodv,
Cornnailo, Galilee, Geo. Curtis, Mary
E. Foster, Marlon Chllcnt;t, Mohtcnn,
Olga, Olympic, Oregonlan, Planter,
Santiago. St. Katlie'ilno, Tllllo E. Stnr
buck and W. 1L Dlmond.
So fnr tnc ngents of tho Pacific Mall
Steamship Co. at this port navo heard
nothing ol tho intention to send tho
City of Peking dliect to Yokohami.
Williams, Diamond & Co. write that
sho will not touch here, nnd tho post
0 111 co has received word that shu viu
to lenvo San . ranclsco on the 21st und
go direct to tho Orient.
Tim schooner Alice Cuukn, Captain
Penhnllow, niter a tlno trip fiom Port
Gamble, cumo Into port this morning.
Captain Penhnllow reports n flnu trip
nnd during tho voyage sighted the slur
tllit) E. Starbuck and a hrlgatl.t').
Last night when off Mokapuu po.n;
Captain Penhallow caught a very
largo fish weighing stxtythree pounla
The hoys of the Honolulu Athletic
Club aro making gicat preparations
for tho grand ball to bo given In Prog
ress hall on the night of August 29th.
Solomon's quintet of native singers
vlll furnish music for tho occasion.
Tho following members of the club will
hnvo chnrgo of tho affair: Albert
Cunha, floor manager: J, Hnnamann,
doorkeeper, and J. A, Thompson, man
ager of refreshments'.
Palo Alio, California
Has the most ideal school environ
ment in all America a university
city- the most superb climate in the
worltl and every social and physical
advantage. The equipment of the
school itself is thoroughly modem.
Prep ires more students fur Lelaud
Stanford than any other boy's
school on the Picific coast.
w kitk voh t-Hovi terra to
FRANK CRAMER, A.M., Principal
THIS IS THE
Make Your Dollars
An Elegit nt Line of Choice
Hclcctlon of Imported
lire on hiiIc (or one week
lit 12 1-2 ccntH per ynrd.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHINS,
FIRE . ,J
MclfNERNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
1178-1184 Union St.
. O. Box 522. Tel. 62 Main
Bulletin Ik per month.
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.
Deslers In Paints, Oils, Varnishes, ft
Stains, Putty and Glass, orna- 4
menial and plain :::::: "
Wall - Paper I
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
EVERYTHING FOR INTERIOR g
DECORATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry hard and (tlossy it
and u 111 not crack, peel or chalk, t
OUR MIXED PAI.NTH J
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. : : : : . : y
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANOB
Honolulu, Auk. 24, 1901.
NAME OP STOCK IpJPJS.y bU AUI t &
C. Rrcwtr ACoiiiPiny. i t,ootox too iff
NS5ichtDG.Lu.LM. 6000 too am
L,0.Ktrr & Co,, LtJ... too.o y 4(
Ew Puniitlon Co ..... 1,00000 to tH nU
Mmn I'lantttlonCn t tit.tno too ......
HiwiIUnAjtrlculltfralCo 1,000,000 too k
HwninCon tVSu Co. t.tti.rjo iou .. $2
Hiwlian Sugar Co ... t,ooo,ea. ts o
Honomu Sugar Co ., tjo.ooo tnc t
HonokaaSueir Co ...J aooo.urv
HaiawSuzar Co ... 1 yw.om in t
Kahuhu Plantation Co. loo.otx. nU fa
Klhtf'lant Co. LtJ, ... I i.ojo.ouc y ir
Ktahulu Sugar Co ifcoxr i& ....
Koloa Suar Co Y& loo im
K'jria Sugar Co . at $ovx lav
McBryiaSjCo .Ld.atl i.otr.joo t tV
tiup) l,6j9,arx) v
NthikuSug Co.LtJail k.
' ' piup .
Oafiu Sugar Co t j,6o,vi 1 tti tvH
Onomeat Sugar Co i,ooo,o r .....
Ookala Sugar Plan Co raooo i
OlaaSu. Co. LtJ , at I t6s.m c t
(Jiaa SuCo LU, pi up j t $00,000 c (
Olowalu Coraparty .... tjo.ooo 100 tar
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co j,ooQ,our 50
Pacific Sugar Mill.... . 500000 iou nt
Pala Plantation Co. .. Tjo.ooo tow ...... tv
Ppfici Sugar Co . . 7iomo to , ... in
PlonerrMHICo .fjo.ooc tx, 01 ic
Plonrrr Mill Co Aci jooom iou .... t
Walalui Agr, Co., 4,n,r3 too (J 9
Walluku Sui(af Co.... m.qoi 100 ...
Walmanalo Sugai Co J,ooo t. 15'...,.
Waln.ra Mill Co it j oou too
W'ldMStMrT.lhlpCo jon,000 IOO M
Inter. $taniS(m N.Co Jw. 100 tc-
Hawaiian t'irlcC . lu.u, v .
Hon KUT& laniCo JJJS ! WW. . ..?.
Mutual It If phon Co itnr to I
Oahu Ry ft LanJ Co . .,owo 10c m
Pfople'a let ft R lg Co 1,0,000 100 .. .. f
rirtl N11I1 nil Bank IU
MlttA.S ttaokfe f.Co ttM
HawallanOnv srrrtnt, ,. ., o4 ..,,,,
HlIoR. R.Co.6rrrctnt f
H1I0 k. R.Co. 6prtcni , ,
Hon. PaplJ Irnilt , tM
Ewa Plantat'n 6rercem
Oahu R ft Land Co. pre ,t
Oahu Plantation 6c km
Olaa Plantation pc .
Walalua Agrkul. ope wy ......
V.ILLARD G. BtcOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchanee.
Stock and Bond Broken
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchngi
Orders for the purchase or sale of sVocfct
ana tonds carefully jnd promptly execuUi.
Ground Rlonr. Judd Rulldlnr.
Potoflice Box 300. Telephona i6o
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance AgenU,
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 1ST.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Torchon all ovet
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
jv-ru Hii ."V-,"V s.'-
Lt'ttcra from Bhlpplng firms In Sa
rrani'lEoq Htnto that thu Ktrllic still
tontjnuoa, with no hIkiiu of lottitiK up.
TpnmliiK uudor pnllco iirotectlon In yo
Inic on pretty kciioiu.o. but tlmro Iv
nt III n Kront Jam nt fit Ight on thu
whnriH, T110 bay In lull of lumber nnl
coal vi'SscU waiting to rtlfccharxo- Vc
aela fur thla pon mo hrlui: loaiietl, hi
It In almost Impoielulo to eel iruwa u
tnltu them out.