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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1901.
Do you need furniture of
any kind i : : : : :
If so, we can give you the
best at low prices and have
an assortment unequaled
In Honolulu. : : : :
PAY U8 A CALL.
Coyne Furniture Co.
The New England
lidlri' to nay to tlio pcoplo
or Honolulu that although
flour Is now $8 per barrel,
they will still cotitlngo to
sell thirty onu-nntind larRa
kIzo loaves of bread for
Ono Dollar. Their mimilv
of flour on hand and en
route they consider sulll-
(lent to All nil demands.
They will not be a party
to nny Increase of prlco or
taking any ad van tn go of
the present situation.
J. Oswald Lutted, .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry minerjl 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;
We have to do thU to make
room for new Htock. You'll
Unci (in excellent iihHortmcnt
of hooks for Juvenile friends.
Buy now anil nave them for u
See our Windows.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
You'll Like Our
Ik-cause they are the pirfec
Hon of the randy makers' art.
If you want the best of
Candles, llon-Uonx, Creams,
Crystallized rrultB, etc., etc.,
you must come to MAY'S.
The Increased sales of our
CANDIES are tbu best proof
of their matchless purity,
quality and wholesomeness.
Creams and Crystallized
KniltH In half-pound, one
pound and two-pound boxes,
H. May & Co., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, TORT STRfcliT.
Telephones 2, 24, 112
P. O. Box .'180
FINIi ASSOHTMI-NT AT PUCES
THAT CAN'T BL: BfiAT. : : :
No More Dreaded
Provided you have one of the
most effective little devices
for using mosquito powder
ever Invented. That's a
and it Is all that the name Im
plies drives mosquitoes
away, nlves one peace and
contentment In the evenings,
and takes but a teaspoonful of
powder for an evening.
It possesses many advant
ages over burning powder.
The effect on the powder Is to
produce a pleasant aroma.
Does not injure the eyes and
lungs, leaves no smoke-odor
in clothing or room. Safe to
use and will last for yean.
GET ONE TODAY. Price, $1.
IN CiKEAT VANIBTY.
J; HOPP & Co
King unci Bethel Streets.
HART & CO.,
rHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine let Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
Business Mnn's Lunch
The best In the city: iiijoa.m tnap.m
314 FORT 8T
Hue the Ucst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUniOS
In the City.
mean iiome-madh po: cn Tues
days AND FRIDAYS.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
The Doric, from the Orient
Mike and Charity at the Pantheon
also cold whisky.
Prlmo beer with a lunch dally for
10 cents at the California,
The bark St. James win load salmon
o'i the Sound for New York.
The telephone number of the Orient
al Insurance Co. Is main 75.
The bark Santiago, from San Fran
Cisco, arrived In Hllo on Tuesday.
Notice to creditors of the estate
of Yce Seu Is published In this Issue.
Ben Illcc, who has been In town sev
eral days, will leave for Makawell thli
The schooner Dlanche and Ella mil
sail for Hanalcl this afternoon at
Large mosquito-proof furnished
room to let, on car line; see under
U. Ilackfeld & Co. arc agents for
Sauerurunnen, the purest mineral wa
ter In the world.
One four-room cottage with two
room cottage adjoining, for rent, un
der Want ads.
The weekly edition of the Eenlng
Iltilletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Wall, Nichols Co. are selling books
at reduced prices In order to maLx
room for new stock.
Japanese fire claims were again be
tore the Commission thli morning No
nv ilulnis were Hied today
Dr. Uogle removes torns without
pain. Ingrowing nails treated success
fully. Arlington, Hotel street.
The Golden Rule Ilazaar has the
largest assortment of miscellaneous
books to select from on the Islands.
Geo. Haffncr, manufacturing Jeweler,
has removed to 184 Hotel street, where
he will be pleased to meet nls old cus
tomers. Miss Theresa McCorrlston of K.i
mnlo, after a pleasant visit hen,
leaves for her home In the Lehua th.'.i
The regular monthly meeting oC
the Catholic Lautcs' Aid Society will
be held at the mission Friday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
In the Police Court this forenoon
the case of Chlda Manzahuro, anothei
of the habeas corpus men, was rou
tinned until Monday net at the re
quest of the prosecution.
I.-i this Issue will he found the an
nouncement of J. II. Fisher & Co.. who
occupy commodious qitaiters to the left
of the main entrance to the Stangen
nald building on Merchant street
,Dr. McGrew's furniture, and furnish
ings to bo sold by Will E. Fisher to
morrow morning are In view at thu
cottage on Dcrctanla and Richard
streets, beo ad. unuer New Today.
Tho steamer Hawaii, which left hero
July 10th, returncu from Hawaii thli
morning with coal and cord wood.
since she left here she has been do
ing freight work on the Hawaii coast.
The case of the seven Japancso
charged with assaulting a countryman.
Tokomoto by name, at Iwllel yester
day, came up In the Police Court thlil
forenoon and was continued until to
morrow at the request of the defend
The police have turned their atten
tion to Iwllel since the recent trouble
there and Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
w:s out In that direction with some of
bis men last night. The result was a
round-up of several people of different
After swearing In a Porto Klcnn In
terpreter this forenoon, Judge Wllco
warned him to moderate his tone In
translating and not to semi it forth
llko Toma Abey, tho Japanese all)
cer. He likened tho lattcr's actions to
a Japanese typhoon.
Thu police In their wanderlust
through Iwllel last night ran upon ,
gang of Japanese gamlilcra ami ar
rested eight of tho number. Tlnx-o
fnllcd to appear and forfeited their
ball, while the other five pleaded guil
ty and wero fined $10 and costs each.
Donahue, tho hack driver. Is in
trouble. Ho was arrested at Iwili
last night on three different charges
the first two of which are fornlcatloi
and soliciting. The third chnrgc Is
violating hack rule No. '.'. The castr
come up In tho Police Court this after
W r, C. Hasson, guardian of his
m'.U'r sou Paul Rudolpn, hn-t filed an
Irven'nr.v showing (hi property to
cuiii,t of 350 shares of Apollo Con
solidated Mining stock of the par nue
of $00 a share. DlvldeiiJ rs:o:vu.l Is
$24. n.',. while the guardian has p.iM IX
nsrorment without charglng.lt to the
John Thomas, one of the most re
liable officers on the police fore.,
was fined $10 nnd costs in tho Police
Court this forenoon on the charge of
ussault and battery on his wife, Mali.i
Thomas, Tho defendant pleaded gull
ly ami Biateii tnai no iieiimeil lie liau
a right to do what he did. Thomas
did not beat his wife. She became
so aggravating that he took her acniis
IiIh kneo and gave her a good spank
Ing with a broom that natives' use to
sweep their yards with. Thomas will
keep his place on the force.
In tho Police Court this forenoon
Schusslcr, a Gorman arrested on thu
charge of vagrancy, was sentenced c
three months' Imprisonment at hard
labor, It seems that tho defendant
when he appeared beforo Judge Wll
cox yesterday, stated that when ho
was arrested ho was trying to catch
wild birds for a meal. The Judge ra
marked this forenoon that he had
found the defendant was employed In
tho pnsllmo of capturing tho tamo
chickens of somcono elsu when he m
apprehended by a police olilcer.
There Is no track of Morrill yet.
The poll co are of tho belief that the
man who reported having seen him
has boon inltrtnken In tho man. How
ever, no Mated to a liuiletiu icporter
this morning that he would swear hi
had seen Morrill. Iletddcs this them
was another man with him nt the
time he saw him. and he, too, pay
that ho Is Hiiro Merrill was tho mini
standing at tho corner of Fort au '.
King streets two daj-H ago. Tho tho
ory of tho two men Is that when Mer
rill found out how things were In
town us regards himself he "va
1 his Is Ladies Day, and we
have some special Induce
ments to offer. ' : : :
pulps Lncllcs' Plronc Kid Oxfords
formerly 0.50, selling for 3.00.
eg pnlrs Lncllcs' Block Kid Southern
HO Tics, cut from 5.00 to 8. BO
Orkl Pairs Ladles' Black Kid Oxfords,
cut from 3.00 to I. BO.
pairs Ladles' Button Boots, as
sorted, selling for I.OO.
Mdlnerny Shoe Store
Big Belt Sale
: LOOK AT THESE PRICES
LADIES' BELTS-ovi-r 2,0:0 of the very latest
designs In leather, silk and velvet belts at the
following cut prices s : : : : : :
45c Black leather belts, this week 35c
75c Patent . " " '
$1.00 Leather " " TBc
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
!MO Pretty Shirts at 05 cents.
We have made a g'Mt cut In prices In our whole
line of Muslin UnJerwear, especially In the finer
grades, and you will find great bargains with us.
An elegant new llns of Ladles' Black Dress
8klrts and Linen Goods. All sizes, best
values to be found anywhere.
For School Boys
Wash Bults.Wush Punts, Mother's Friend
Boy's Waists. All these goods are of the very
best material and guaranteed l:A8T COLOR.
Boy's School lints nnd Caps In great variety.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
McIlNERINV BLOCK. PORT ST.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River 8trcct. Bet. Berctnnlu unci Pauiiht.
' ' MANUFACTURERS OF
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.
Tel. Illue 541. P. O. Box 078.
J. H. Fisher & Co
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Toronto.
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Ma
HONOLULU 6T0CK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept. 5 IQOI.
NAME OF STOCK Jfjuj If Bl4 A,h4
C, Brewtr A Company,. t.ooo.ex too... itf
U S ?ichiDQ.Co,Ll. 6000 100 a
LU.Ktrr ACo tti.. oo.o-.o jc 4
Et Plantation Co .,.. 3,000,000 ui
Hamoa Plantation Co . tu.000 too
HawaiianAttkulturalCo 1,000.000 too y
Hawaiian Com At Su Co. A,)it.fo too jo
Hawaiian Sugar Co . 1,000,000 ao tf
Honomu Sugar Co . fSo.000 100 mH ...
HonokaaSugar Co..... aoo,ooo to
Haiku Sucar Co ... 500.000 too. fit
Kahuku PianUtlon Co joowo m
Klhcl Plant Co..ltJ... . i.ojo.ow 90
Klahulu Sugar Co ... I 160,000 too
Koloa Sugar Co ..M.l yxeo too it
Kona Sugar Co.. .-. t joc.wjo i
Mcllrydt buCo.,LJ,ai 1,017,500 to
pdup ' 1,650,000 K ieH
pdupj; ,ao .. .
Oahu Sugar Co, ' .6ooo 100 ttiH tti
Onomta 5ugarCo.4t 1,010,000' o
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co, jjo.ooo, to .... u
Olaa Su. Co.. LtJ , ail t6j.ooo to
Olaa SuCo.Lti, pJ up joo.owi to .
Olowalu Company 130,000, too i
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co.. J.ooo.oooj jo
Pacific Sugar Mill .... 500000 100 ..... tit
Pala Plantation Co . . 750,000 100 ."?. tyt
Pspttkeo Sugar Co 730,000 100 it
Plonfer Mill Co . t.ijo.ooo! too
Pioneer Mill Co. Aims . Jo too
Walalua Agr. Co , 4.500.000 too ji
Walluku Sugar Co 900,000 too )j
Waimanalo Sugar Co 131,000 too
Walmea MlllCo . ... taj.ooo too
WldtrSlMmihlpCo . 500.000 100 toa
(tiriatand Steam N.Co 500,000 too ...... to
laallan fclctrlcCo . 150,000 too ...... 105
Hon. Rapid T.At LandCo 130,000 too
Mutual Tetephon Co .. ij9,nuo to
Oahu Ry ft Land Co. . 1,000,000 too loa
Ptoplt'a let ft RTg Col 150,000 too
Flrtt National Bank i
FlntA.S. HinWi T.Co 0i
Hawaiian Gov $ percent ,,,,, ,,.,.
Hllo R, R, Co. 6 prrctnt , ict
H1I0R. R,Co.6prcent ,-
Hon, NapIS Trnlt km
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent ico!
Oahu Rft Land Co. pre 103
Oahu Plantation 6 pc 101 ......
Olaa Plantation 6 p c ,
Walalua Agrlcul, 6 p c 101 tct)i
V.ILLAHD . BROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchanc
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Order; tor the purchase or sale of stock
ano ixindj carefully an J promptly executftl.
ClrounJ Floor, JuJJ UullJInjc
Postoflice Box 390. I elephone 6.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
8tock and Bond broker.,
Real Estate Agent.,
Rent, and Bill. Collected.
American Arithmometer Co,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOV, PruHlclcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00.
Tho only Insurance! company In tlio uoilil IssiiIiik policies in hotli tho
KNOI.ISH and CIIINKHIi lancuaeos.
rolicli'H contain nil nioilcin ndvumaKos of tho cmloumcfiU nml otliur
fiirniH lHSiic.nl by tlio luailliiR AmcilcaM coiupaulcii,
Oincincd by tho safest Insuraiico vystums, Tho ploncur Clilnosv-Ainiil-can
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
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 STREET.
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