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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUE8DAY, AUGUST 27, 1901.
That Is always our
aim. You will find
In our till
Finest - Assortment
of FURNITURE In
Honolulu, t i i i i
; AND LET LITE I
Our T.rrltorlal Trram-y ll tirfty.
Dullness li dull anJ many workmm
rt unrmplot4. Som. reTl don t
notice IMtl ttilnt Ilka UMt, HI tln
arc othars with He families to lurfort
to whom tills Is a hardship., Fcr tho
present thi I I i i i i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
ha i dl44 to civt thirty large
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. Tickets lorwhlch can tit
procured al the store or Iron iti
drivers. Our popular 10 cent
light breakfast teems to pleas
veryf'Odv Judging Irom the crowd.
Blcpackarti Ham Sandwiches wl-h
Pit, Doughnuti. Etc , lor Working
Men, Cletks, Ere, 15c only.
J. OSWALD LDTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:0
A.M. TILL M PM.
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 (or any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
WALL. NICHOLS CO, Ltd.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 20th,
we are going to dispose
of a limited number of
at the low price of 12.60
They are not toys, but
m a c h I n e s for practical
business men. : : : :
See Our Window.
Th pure, wholesome kinds made
from the freshest of frul'.sand purest
materials we refer to
You are sure to like them, because
the delicate flavor of the fruit has
tee, prtseived with them. You
can afford to have Ihem often, be
cause the price Is as tempting as
they are :
Jams and Jellies, in 16-oz.
Preserves, In 20-oz. Glass Jars
B. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Telephones 22, 24,02
P. O. Box 380
Wo have numerous testimonials
from people who could not out rood
without being dlstrcw-eil, but found In
Taroena both a miMttlne and food.
After tnklng Taroena for a wbilo their
stomachs weru able to take ordinary
food. It gies the digestive organs a
rest and effects a euro by creatine
normal, healthy condition)).
"Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, 1 used Taroena. To my
surprise, Taroena and my stomach
have always remained on the best of
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON, M. D..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The steamer China sails for Sau
Francisco at 0 o'clock today.
No bitter aloes or benzoic acid in
the' beer sold at the Pantheon.
Robert Parker, Jr. has severed his
connection with the police force.
The M. E. Killcan Co. has a new
shipment of corsets. See their ad.
The Iroquois was out dragging for
the Oregon's lost anchor this morn
Whitney & Marsh have a great
towel sale on. Towels this week at 10
Oahu Carriage Mfg. Co., Ltd., make
n specialty of putting rubier tires. Sec
A large warehouse on Queen street
can be leased. See For Lease column
on pago 8.
Lewis & Co. advertise a full line
of dainty biscuits, consisting of the
The trial of the case of Harrison vs.
Magoon was resumed before Judgo
dear this morning.
The Klnau got away on time for HI
lo nnd way ports. There was a large
crowd to seo her off.
Among the through passengers' In
the China are several American and
Gcrniim army officers.
Dr. K. II. Held, who came to Mono
lulu 011 n short business trip, icturued
to llllo In today's Klnau. (
Now that the Klnau Is cfean she
will give tho Manna Loa a lUely time
between here nnd Lahalna.
Ninety Japanese laborers arrived In
the China. They are being examined
by Commissioner of .Immigration
W. II. Cornwell has gone to Maul,
where he will remain for two or thru
weeks before starting on a trip to dan
The stock books of the Oahu Sugar
Co. will be closed to transfers from
the 28th to tho 31st lest. See notice
under New Today.
J. W. Erwln .will repeat hU stereo)
tlcon lecture at the Hawaiian hotel this
evening. Japan, Manila and the Orient
Kill bt his subject.
The China made a good run to port
from Yokohama, which port she left
on the 17th Insi. Fine weather was
experienced nil tho way.
Judge Ltttlo of the Fourth Circuit
Court will arrive by tho next Klnau
to hold court, sitting in the cases In
which Judge Gear is disqualified.
The report current on the street thin
morning that C. Brewer ic Co. were to
declare n slock dividend of 50 per cent
It dented by Manager Geo. Robertson
and E. Faxon Ulshop.
Maurice Ileckwltli leacs for the
Coast in tho Ventura. Mr. Ileckwltli
came hereon a visit to hs sister, Mrs.
Cornelia II. Damon and now returns
to his duties on tho Mainland.
W. II. Pain, accompanied liy a Lon
don capitalist, went by tho Kluau to
day to tho Island of Lana'l, of which
Mr. Pain is part owner, The porpoise
of tho Journey could not bo ascer
tained. They will return next Satur
Captain Paul Smith states that he
valued his collection of Filipino relics
burned in tho Hall Are at about 1SC0
and not the fabulous figures men
tioned In some of the papers of the
Mr. Blshcmus the author and artist
who has been spending a few weeks In
Honolulu leaves In tho Sonoma for Sa
moa where ho hopes to find the Island
nnthes less ndvanced in civilized wnys
tliuu tho Hawaiian people.
A bootblack was doing business nt
the post olllce this forenoon when lh
place was particularly crowded. A citi
zen temnrked that this kind of thing
should bo stopped as It Interfered with
people who have not time to waste at
the past office.
Mis j Douglass, the lopular nurse at
the Queen's Hospital, will leave In tho
stunner China for tho Mainland, v. line
she will pursue her profession us nu-te.
Miss Douglass has made herself M'iy
much beloved at the hospital here and
will be giently mlBsed,
Judgo Wilcox Is becoming very tired
of the absence of certain of the court
Interpreters on the opening of the Po
lice Court in the mornings and each
Mm a case comes up in which an In
tel iicter concerned '.s absent, ho his
such fact nuted on the record.
Great Shoe Sale
ENTRANCE BOSTOtf BUILDING
TAKB THB ELEVATOR
'1 am satisfied that Taroena is nn
excellent food for dyspeptics uecuuso I
havo personally tested It. I shall use
it at St. Luke's Hospital.
"C. O. KENYON. M. D.,
"San rrancibco. Cut."
"Taroena. In my opinion, Is an ex
cellent Invalid nnd baby food, nnd In
tho many cases when 1 have used It.
It has nlwau proved satisfactory. I
havo four patients using It now.
"G. I!. I1UCKNELL, M. D.,
"Son Francisco, Cal."
Wo have a great many enoorse-
ments from medical mm all over the
world. Every one Is fayorablo to this
most wonderful, nature-made food.
N 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 f Garfield's (50.50
Men's Tan Balmorals, cut to St.BO
Strong f Garfield's 0.50
Men's Black Tlcl Bnlmnrals, cut to .'I, GO
Johnstone tr Murphy 7.00
Men's Tun Balmorals, cut to 11.50
Lolrcl, Schobcr tr Co. 7.00
Ladles' Tan Balmorals, cut to 0.50
Lnlrd, Scltober tr Co. 0.00
Ladles' Patent Oxfords, cut to 2.50
Ladles' Beaded Slippers,
formerly (5.00, cut to 2.50
000 pntrs Girl's Button School Shoes,
formerly .'1.50, cut to 1.00 unci 1.50 a pair.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANQB
Honolulu, Aug. 27, loot.
NAME OF STOCK I X If 5 Bl4 Wkt
" Rrewe r St Gvnpan.
1.11. Kerf it Co,, LU
COME AND SEB
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Make Your Dollars
An Clcgant Line of Choice
Selection of Imported
arc on sale for one week
at 12 1-2 cents per ynrd.
; , LADIES
On 8nlc Thin Week.
Ei Plintitlor Co I 5,000,000
Ha mo a iMintitlonCo m.ooo
HiwiiUnCom AtSuCo.f mci.tjoJ
Hiwilun So it r Co .... t ,000,0001
Honorfta Suttt Co f tOaOuo1
Honoka Sugar Co 1 000,000,
Ha'ku iufrar Co .. 500,000
Kjriuku pi mini on (,o 300,000
Klhci PlintCo ,Ll4. .. 1.090,000
KM ihuJu buf if Co 100,000
iColoa buftirCo ... Jot.ono
Kona Sugar Co at. s?,ono
McBrydt Su Lo ,lJ.n i,ott,
" ' rJ up l 1,650,000
naniKuauK -o -"
Oahu Sugar Co .
unomfi ,-iuvir i.ri -.
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
rt.a ... r 1 .t
OlaaSu. Cb.LlJ., 1
i f '
Olowalu Company, , ., . , .4 1 $o,oco
paaunau su, nan. 1.0 5 oo.
Pacific Sugar Mill... . sooa
Han plantation 1.0.... T.
PFtko Sugar Co .. tso.ooui
Plontcr Mill Co. Aim 3
Waialua Agr. Co , 4,300,000;
Walluku Sugar Co.. - tc,x;
Walmanalo Such Co 1 'J.ooo
Wlma Mill Co . .. i ii.ooo
Wilier StearMhlp Co .
InteMt'anJ Sttam N.Col
Hawaiian fcWtrle Co '
Mutual Tflrrhon Co..
Oahu My & Lani Co
Ptopia'tlct & H f'cCoi
FkilNatknal Bank '
FlritA.S Hank &T. Co1
Hawaiian Gov 3 per rent
HlloR, R. Co. 6 percent
U.I. IS t - X ... - .
Hon. IWapU Trtntlt.. ..
F Plxntait'n A rr int'
Oahu R H Land Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Waialua Agrtcul, 6pc .
" 8ALES. 5" Waialua, 170.00. "
V.'ILLARD G. Bi?OWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and .Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly execut.d.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postofhce Box 390. telephone 169.
Judd & Company
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIWS.
TEL. MAIN U9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINll AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICP HOUSE GOODS
Ktcalvtd br B'try Sutmr,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
Business Mini's Lunch
The best In the city: nnoa.m toap.m
au POUT ST.,
lias tbn Best Assortmrnt of
I'ACIKIO ISLAND CUBI0S
in the City.
FRL'SH IIOMU-MADK TOl ON TUKS
DAVS AND yilJDAYS.
. Jlr. and Mrs. Jos. H. r'pn.ir cf San
Frasclseo who have IjO.-ii trarrllut; ex-
UiiMvoly In the Orlciu, nrrlwil In On'
C'lilnn this morning and wi'l reruln fur
u cnuple of weeks. Ml Spca, is Bin-
viyor of the port of San Krniii'Ui.o,
.las, Uoiib'herty of this illy Is a t'.n J
Why do more peoplo buy photo-
i;rnp)ilc gooils from us than of other
dealers! Ilerniisia o inrry the most
coiuph'to line, at the lowcrk prices. Our
rooiIh nrc tho frohett anil wo aiu al
ways willliiK to inakrl good to you any
thliiK that Isn't satisfactory. Honolu
lu Photo Supply Co.
Assessor J. W. Pratt and forco of
clerks havo not yet completed the Job
of footing up tho totals from the reve
nue made In accordance with the terms
of tho income tnx law, Thesa totals
will be flnlshed In a short time how
eer and the approximate amount of
the tax to be collected will bo known.
Deputy Attorney Oencral Cutlicart
discontinued prosecution in four as
sault and battery cases this morning in
the Circuit Court. The. defendants
ttorc Chinese, and cams into court (on
appeal trom the District Court? VThvlr'
offense wat not an aggravated one and
ronvlctlons would have cost moioi in
court nnd Jury time than they were
The use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of, these Ideal sowing machines
It is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In nil Hinds of family sewing
and art nrcdle work. All our sewing
machines aro of tho beat construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on selected woods In finely flnlshed
cabinets of artistic design. B. Iter
i;orscn, agent, 10V5r Bethel street, P. 0
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Urokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected,
American Arithmometer Co.,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
JMcllNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
O A HfTcAiMACB
V7.TY1 l'U MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Bcrctunlii nnd Pnuiilil.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Office, No. 307 8tangenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and nil 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
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 078.
""AGAINST ASIATIC LABOR. "
iThn California Stale Federation of
Labor has sent out petitions for slgna
jure leading as follows:
We, the undersigned citizens of the
State of Callfuralu, respectfully urgo
upon llio I'ongirss of the I'ultcd Stated
that II rii-ennct at tho Millest possible!
moment the Chinese i:iluslon Ail.
which expires on M.i." fi, 1902, with
iiiiifnflnii.iitH In L.tnbr.iL-0 all clastjl o'
AslatlcH, Including Jupaiietc, eM-)i;.llug
its iur IhIijiik lu all ltrruor) uiiiH"- tnr
Jut Isdlc Hon of the Hulled Stilts and
lunklng It perpetual In uperatlou.
The Bulletin, 75 cents pr month.
10 FORT STREET.
DAMAGED IN SQUALL.
Tho schiKiner Ku Moi which sailed
for Hawaii lust night leturnvel to port
this morning having been Injured dur
ing a siiuall In tho Molokai channel.
Tiio esKoi tnioiiulvrcd n Mry hard
blow about 8 o'clock anil tlin upper
part 11 f her inula topmast was rhrrleil
a v.av. The main lonniasl stuv nmi nih.
id p.uts nf her ilgglug ulsn cairle-d
jiwny so 11 was tmicimlcil to put back
The iniuo of the ln Mill 1h lipltu-
transferred to tho Moi Wnhlno 11111I thf
... .... ,. ...
i.uier evi win s.111 us soon as load
TIIi:V OUHIIT TO DO.
"Have you 1111) thing light for sum
mer lendlug''" she askcil.
"Ves." replied tho now clerk: "hen
arc some paper eowrod ninels, I don't
Mltiu; the) weigh more than two or
throo ounces apiece." I'hlludelphlj
"X. '' 1 mi 1 " LJ. ' II.. ' I B ',