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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, AUOUST 26, 1001.
That l ntwnyn out
ntm. You will find
In our till
Finest - AnHortmcnt
of FURNITURB In
Honolulu, t l l l 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:
.MOTH E U
Th; pure, wholesome kinds made
from the fieshest of frul'sand purest
materials we refer to
You are sure to like them, because
the delicate fUvor of the fruit has
tee prcseived with them. You
can afford to have them often, be
cause the price Is as tempting as
they are :
tlnnm und JelllcH, in l6-oz.
Preset- vch, In 20-oz. Glass Jars
H. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, FONT STREET.
Telephones 32, 24, 02
P. O. Box 380
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB THB ELEVATOR
A full line of HAWAIIAN Vlws.
TEL. MAIN Kg.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COKNF.W KINli AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICf K0U8B GOOD.H
RiCflvtd ty Grirr SKaaur.
AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Treatuy I Empty,
Business Is dull ni many workmen
in unemptoyeJ. Some people don't
not'ee a little thlng'ilkstnls.butthert
are others with tie; families lo support
to whom this Is a hifJihlp.Futhe1
presrnttht I. I t I I I i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
bat dtclJti lo elv thirty lame
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets lor which can b.
fitxuitJ at iht store o' from th
drivers. OutforuUr 10 cent
llllht breakfast imhu to plean
everybody JuJkIbt from tht crowJs.
Big packagfi Ham Sandwiches with
Pit, Doughnuta, Etc, lor Working
Mm, Clnkt, Etc., ISC only.
J. OSWALD LOTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A..W. TILL it PM,
WALL. NICHOLS CO, Ltd.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 20tlts
, we are jKolr.R.to dispose
of a limited 'number of
rvnn its DiTtrno
a 1 run ni 1 uiho
at the low price of 12.50 JA
They are not toys, but n
m a ch Ines for practical 1L
business men, : : : :
Sec Our Window. A
Wo havo numerous testimonials
from jicoplo who could not eat food
without being distressed, but found iu
Taroena both a medlclno anil food.
Arter taking Turoonn for a whllo thcli
stomachs were able to tako ordlnar)
food. It gives the digestive orgaus t
rest nnd effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
"Delng n sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Taroena. To my
surprise, Taroena und my stomach
havo always remained on tho best ol
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON, M. D..
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptics because 1
have personally tested It. I shall use
it at St. Luko's Hospital.
' "C. O. KHNYON, SI. D.,
"San Francisco, Cal."
"Tnrocna. In my opinion, Is nn ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, and In
tho many casus when 1 have used It,
It lifiH always proved satisfactory. I
havo fourputlcnts tiblng It now.
"0. I). IJUCKNELL. M. D.,
"San Francisco, Cal."
Wo hnvo a great ninny endorse
ments from medical men all ovor tho
world. Kvcry-one Is favorable to tblb
most wonderful, nature-mado food.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICO CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Watrr Ices.
Chocolates and Conftctlons.
HukIiichh Miiii'k Lunch
The best In the city: n:)on.m toap.m
I U PORT HT
XX Uns tho Ilcst Assortment of
l'ACU'JO ISLAND fiL'ItlOS
In the City.
ntlTSH HOMU-MADi: I'O' ON TUIiS
DAYS AND yillDAYS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The bark Knlulanl It being painted
Mike nnd Cliarjty at tho 1'anthcon
also cold whisky.
K. L. wnldron leaves In tho China
for San Prnncisco. '
Small furnished room $G per month,
Seo To Let column.
K ho bark Uerald C. Tobey Is, loading
at the Oceanic wharf.
St. Louis College nnd St. Francis
school will open on the 9th of Septem
ber. Tho schooner tlosnmnnd with sev
eral pnsnengcrs sails lor tho Coast this
Two houses for sate on slopes of
Punchbowl by Castle & Lnnsdale. See
ad on page 2. 5'
Kmmctt May ls;managcr for the Gcr
manla Life Insurance Co. for the Ha
I)r, I!. C. Watcrhouso has n nbtlco
regarding change of office hours In this
Issue. See under Now Today.
Mrs. Frank Turk .who has been vh
ltlng nor pnrcnts in Snn l'rauclscj
will nrrlvo here In tne Ventura.
Dr. J. Atcherlcy has opened nil ofllco
at (08 Fort street, uear luikul. So
card In the physicians' directory.
The carrfage advertised for saleMn
tho For Sale cotimin on page 8 Is the
only one of the kind In tho city.
Arthur Ollcs, formerly an cmpluje
of n. O. Hall & Son, has taken a'posl
tlon with the Honolulu Brewing Co.
At Miss Hasklns' studio In rear of
King Ilros., visitors arc always wcl
enmc to see her artistic photographio
You shouiu see tho beautiful snap
shot albums nt tho ..onoiulu Photo-
Supply Co. Largo assortments nt prices
Misses Irmgard and Helen Macfar
lane will entertain a party nf yoiuu
friends at the Annex at Walklkl tin.'
The lltiio tug Leslie tlaldwln arrived
this morning Irom Kahultil She will
be put on the marine railway to ho
scraped and' painted.
A number pf nntlye serenade
plajed lor trie guests 01 .,ie Hawaiian
Hotel Saturday night, much to the en
Joyment of every or.o.
In the estate of II. A P. Carter tho
Court npprowd tho accounts ns pass
ed on by the trustees and jIotci! Iton-
y Smith a master's fee of ISO.
Mr. Fernandes ot, tho Hawaiian
II aid ware Co. will not go to Salt Lake
City. Tho Misses Fernandes will bo
taken by thplr motner to tho Mormon
In o Police Coirt this torenoon,
,.uchl, a Japanese, arrested last week
on tho charge of selling liquor without
a license, pleaded gut ty and was lined
$200 nnd costs.
Tho cstnte of J. YV. Winter was de
clared Insolvent on motion of the ad
ministrator and the sum of SIS, tho to
tal assets, awarded to the administra
tor. The liabilities wore over J300O.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swanzy entertain
ed a number of fcJonda at their coun
try home on tho other hide of the Isl
and during Saturday and Sunday1. The
party returned last night Ly moon
Owing to the death ot a daughter of
IMchard Lane, one of the Jurors In
tho case of Harrison vs Magoon, on
trial before Judge Gear, tho Jury was
excused this morning nnd tne trial
of the case postponed.
Tho big American ship S. D. Carle
ton, lourteen days Irom Tacoma. r
rived this morning With 3,023 tons o:
-oal for the I). It. & I.. Co. Yesterday
morning she wan off Knhulul and ro
,ortH a hnzo almost obscuring the
Dr. Hnyes. who was private seerv?-.
tary for uongretsmnu nut nam
when he wns chairman of the Commit
(co on Foreign llclntlons and when he
was a member of ,tlio Commission that
dratted the Hawaiian Territorial hill,
arrived from IllltiJn the lviuau Satur
The Kahulul Hallioad company hae
added two magnificent first class pas
senger coachts to their system on
Maul, and tho traytllng public who up
prcclato up to date facilities can now
be, accommodated. A small additional
Charge between stntlons will bo madl
which will tend to keep the cars ex
clusive. Tho company under the man
agement of It. WJjFIHcr nro gradual!)
extending the system.
1 PUT i
Louis T. Kenako ot tho post ofllco
bald this moinlng tint tho boxes ut
the street corners and other places
vouhl all be In position by tho end of
the week. The men at woik puttlug.up
tho posts hao finished this part' of
tho woik nnd are now hanging tin
boxes. Operations uie being rushed
along so that the people of the citj
may have the benefit ot an up-tn-dutc
system In as short a time ns possible.
Tho carriers aro doing their work
ery well. Of courso, there Is a goad
deal of trouble In the matter ot sorting
tho mail for distribution to tho vari
ous parts of the city but this will be
overcome after tho men havo been at
their work for a fortnight or so.
Mr. Kenako says that tho post office
men aro very anxious that the people
who huve ordered their mall delivered
at their houses should Inform all tholr
correspondents of their street and num
Y. M. C. A.. W. C. A.
Saturdny afteruoun found neatly
forty youni! ppeoplo of these orRanlzn
tlous nt Mr. Frank W. Dauiuu'B charm-
Iiik Island homo at .uonnalua resting
from their labors and enjoying th.)
Miuiii'. tlio lnrustlng Uhluesu 'nrob
(ectiuo or tho shelters :jnd the charac
torlstle hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
Damon. Mumbecs were supposed to
brliiB their own lunch, but Mr Da
mon's nddltlons woro on a wenorous
train, nnd everybody enjted the
RnniPH and music us well. The party
ri'liit'iniiily bioko up lor tho 7 3u train
only resiettliib' that so many clerks
nnd win kins who ueoded this niht
weie obliged to work all tho uttuinouu.
Great Shoe Sale
Make Your Dollars
An Llcgiiut Line ot Choice
Selection ot Imported
lire on wale tor one week
nt 12 1-2 cents per yard.
On Hale TIiIh Week.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
CLIINTOIN Sfr MUTCMIINS,
McltNERNV, BLOCK. PORT ST.
1178-1181 Union St.
P. O. BoK'jK. Tel fa .Main
Bulletin 75c. per month
account of removal to our new
store, In the Mclntyre Building,
we will offer a large portion of
our stock of snoes at less than cost.
Strong fir Gnrflcltl'H 80. 50
Mcn'H Tim ItnlmornlH, cut to H.oO
fitronii tt Onrflclil'H 0.50
Mcn'H IJIiick Tlct HiiIiiioi'iiIh, cut to .'l.r0
Johntttonc & Murphy 7.00
Mcn'H Tun UnlmornlM, cut to Jl.oO
Lnlril, Wchobcr & Co. 7.00
LikIIch' Tun tsnlmornlH, cut to .'1.50
Lntrd, Schnhcr & Co. 0.00
LikIIch' I'ntcnt OvforilK, cut to 2.R0
LiitllcH' Itcudcd HllppcrK,
formerly 5.00, cut to 2. BO
OGO iiiiIph Glrl'H Button Kcliool HIioch,
tot'inci'ly il.CSO, cut to 1.00 mill 1.50 11 pulp.
COME AND SfiB
Dealers In Paints, Oils, Varnishes, J
Stains, Putty and Gils',, orn.v
mental 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
LVLRYTIIINO FOR INTfcMOR
DI.CORATIONS. : : : Try our
I Diamond Head Floor Paint
. j Guaranteed to dry hard and glossy
and will not'track, peel -or chalk, ,
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send .
fir sample card. .:::.:"
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
Honolulu, A UR. 26, 1901.
NAME OF STOCK
r Brnrr h. Compinii
L.U. Ktr t Co,, Ltd..
Ewi PUnUtlon Co ,
Himni PlinlatlnnCA ..
nwaiin Lorn at au 1.0,
Hiwilun Suer Co ....
Monomu Suitar Co .
Mt'ku bujfjr Co i
Kahuku I'Untattlon Co .
Kit atiutu bugjf Co. .
nolo Stiftar Co .. ..
K'orn Suffjr Co.. a
" ri op
" ' ' pJ up
vanu sujzar v,o , . i
Ookala Susirl'lan Co '
OlaaSu.Cu.LU., a I
Olowalu Company ... i
Paauhau Su. Ilan Co
Pacific Suitar Mill
PaU Plantat:on Co. ...
Ptfcekeo Sugar Co
Plonf Mill Co .
I'lopttr MllICo Aims
Waialua Aur. Co ,
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sueai Co .
1 50.000 1
1 Jo 000,
1 5 1,000 j
WllJir Steamship Co ...
lnierUUni Steam N.Coi
Hawaiian t'ettrlc Cu i
Hon RapliT klanJCoi
Mutual Ulcrhvn V.o . 1
OahuRyAi Lani Co !
feopit ice AC K If L.0
rirH Natknit Rank
MrstA.S HinkiV f. Col
Hiio W. R Co.ornt
nuo k K.uo.o per cent,
Hon. haell Html I. ..I
Ewa Plantal n fi rr nt)
uinu K st Land Co, pr C
Oahu Planutlon ope
Olaa Ptantatlnn finr.
Waialua AKrlcul.6pc J
SALES. 00 Kwa, U'l.OO; S i;wa:
V.ILLAHD E. llt?OWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi '
OrJers for the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly executsd.
Ground Floor, JudJ Building.
Postoflice Box 390. ielephona 1G9.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond drokert,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Dlllsollcctcd.
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 limbroiJ
ery. Real Terchon all or?
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
bin choice at - - - - '
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
(iiant Cnrpi'iitT, a oiiiib colored
tnnii, nppt'aii'd In the 1'ullie Court this
fori'iioou on tne I'linipc ol assault with
a bottle on n native buy. Defendant,
waived examination and was cutuiiJt
ted lo the Clu'iiit Court fur trial Car'
peuter wns arrested In i .Kooinllbi,
whine .! nsh.iult, the result of a
"eon eleven" ttanie, tool, place.
iuutai..Xd!&.SJMiH .,.. '''"Snl'ajifto'shiBliiil iifcfftaim In
t..Ll2ii..r,.t ' in a I TjJaVJiiiiim I, iMltoiayaMaja(ap
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