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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEll , JWI,
Do you need furniture of
any kind ? : : : : :
If so, we can give you the
best at law prices and have
an assirtment unrqualed,
In Honolulu. : : : :
PAY US A CALL.
Coyne Furniture Co.
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.
ivFor further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
See our Wlndown.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
You'll Like Our
Heiwme they are the perfec
tion of the candy makers' art.
If you want the best of
Candles, Uonjlons, Creams.
Crystallized Fruits, etc., etc.,
you must come to MAY'S.
The Increased sales of our
CANU1KS nio the best proof
of their matchless purity,
quality and wholesomeness.
Creams and Crystallized
Fruits In half-pound, una
pound and two-pound lioxes.
H. May & Co., Ltd.
Boston block, fort sTRfcET.
Telephone. '22,24, 2
P. O. Box 380
FINK ASSORTMENT AT I'KICES
THAT CAN'T BU BEAT. : : :
IN ORfiAT VARIETY. ALSO
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
AND FRENCH POLISHING
Kluti and Bethel Street.
The New England
de-nlres to say to the peoplo
of Honolulu that although
flour Is now 8 per barret,
they will ptlll rontlnuo to
Fell thirty one-pound large
rilie loaves ot bread for
One Dollar, Their supply
of flour on hand and en
route they consider suOl
clent to All all demands.
They will not ho a party
to any Increase of prlco or
taking any advantage of
the present situation,
J. Oswald Lutted,
We have to do thU tu malic
room lop new tttock. You'll
flnit on excellent usaortment
ot bookii lor Juvenile trienda.
Buy now and save them for
No More Dreaded
Provided you have one of the
most effective little devices
for using mosquito powder
ever Invented. That's a
S K E B T-G O
and it Is all that the name Im
plies drives mosquitoes
away, gives 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 years.
GET ONE TODAY. Mrl.ce, $1.
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
l:lne Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
IliiHlncHH Mun'ti Lunch
The best In the city: injoa.m tn 2p.m
314 FORT ST.,
lias tho Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIUOS
In the City.
FJtlfSH HOMK-MADK TO' ON TOES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drownlc cameras at Honolulu Photo
Pacific Lodge meets tonight. Work
In the third degree.
The Mariposa Is expected to nrrho
trom the Coast this evening.
One hundred Rambler bicycles now
on sale at K. O. Hall & Son.
The schooner Eclipse brought 1.480
sacks of Kona sugar this morning.
Auction sale of bankrupt stock to-
met row at Jas. F. Morgan's at 10
Furnished and unfurnished rooms
arc for rent. See To Let column ou
The trim bark Kalulanl sailed for
San Francisco with many passengers
Kauai steamers arriving this morn
ing report good weather at present on
the Garden Isle.
'John Degrearcs has brought suit
for divorce against Caroline Degreavck
on the ground of adultery.
Dr. Sandow of Kauai Is In town.
He comes to meet his wife, expected
In the Mariposa this cenlug.
J. S. Spear, Jr., and wife nnd It.
II . Scott departed In the Doric for
San Francisco this morning.
V, F. Reynolds has taken tho oath
on admission to practice In all the dis
trict courts of the Territory.
Oeo. Haffner, manufacturing Jeweler,
has removed to 1SI Hotel street, where
he will be pleased to meet nls old cus
tomers. Prof, and Mrs. Ilashford Deaue.
who arrived In the Doric last nvcnlnc.
sailed for Hawaii In the Mauna Loa
Judge Estco opened the Federal
Court this morning but nothing was
brought before It. Ttio court adjourn
ed until Monuay.
T. F. Dredge, a relative of Alexan
der Toting, nnd representing the San
Francisco firm of Crane & Co.. arrived
In the Doric last evening.
Honolulu is an ideal place for picture
taking. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Is
an Ideal place for picture making. Rest
prti.tlng nnd deeloplng In the city.
A penal summons has been served on
V.lr Rose Kelly, keeper of the "Engel
side" boarding house on Vineyard
striet, on account of alleged failure
on her part to pay her lliense.
At the Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock next
Sunday, C. J. Day will address the
men. Ills subject "Laborers Together"
will be of especial Interest to laboring
Mien and that Includes the vast major
ity. Seven Japanese stevedores, charged
with assault and battery on Takomotn
on Llllha street a couple of nays ago
were tried In the Police Court this
f etc noon, found guilty and sentenced to
pay a fine of 2 Oand costs each.
The four Porto Rlcans arrested a
couple of nights ago on the charge of
vagrancy, appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon. The prosecution
asked that a nolle prosequi be entered
in order to give the defendants another
The charges of fornication and so
liciting against Donoliue, the hack
driver, were nolle prosd. In the Po
llco Court this forenoon on account
or lack of evidence. Tho other chnrgo
of. violating hack regulations has been
set for a later date.
It was learned at police hoadquar
ters this afternoon that nlioutflfty
Porto Rlcans haxl been turned nut of
different places about the city last
n!ht. There has been a great Infill;
of this nationality Into the city (
late and none of them seem to have
Remember tho big baseball game be
twten the Custom House and Police
tc.itns ou the campus nt Oahu College
ut 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Har
ney Joy will pitch for tne Police and
Giorge Clark for the Custom Hour"
tumi. The band will play at the game
end, nol In Emma Square, as usual.
Joseph Hartman, the liquor deilur.
was up in tho I'ollco Court this fore
noon on the charge of selling less than
a gallon of spirituous liquor to a cer
tain party whon, according to the
terms of tho license granted to liiui,
ho cannot do this. Tho defendant war
represented by counsel. He will plead
not guilty when tho case comes iif.
for trial on Tuesday.
The use of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these l.;al sewing machines.
It la convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds ot family sowing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines are of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, nnd arc mountnd
ou selected woods In finely designed
cnblncts of artistic design. II. Rerger
sen, agent, Wh Rcthel street, P. O.
Tho coming term of St. Loins Col
lege will open on Monday next al U
o'clock. There Is a very large enroll
ment list for both the boarding and
d.iy schools. Illshop Ropert has had
extensive lepalrs done to the school
buildings and the college is now In fine
shepe. The institution Is now prepared
to accommodate a hundred boarding
.pupils. About 300 day pupils have put
In applications so that the college U
assured ot all tho work it can well
tako care of during the coming year
In tho Police Court yesterday after
noon, the four Japanese arrested sumo
cloys ago on the charge of beating Ya
m.ida were found guilty and fined $23
and costs each. The defendants told
a story ot how the complaining wittiest
had beaten a woman In Iwllel utid how
the four men had come to tne rescue,
Judgo Wilcox remarked that he did
not believe a word the principal wit
nesses for the defense hud said. It
vw.s clearly a trumped up story. Yu-
mnda was a police Informer and It was
undoubtedly on this account that he
had been attacked by the four men.
Attorney I, M. Long appeared for tlu
diffuse while Attorney Iirooks looked
out for tho prosecution.
Ilwn Plantation. Sept. 3.S. J.
Palmer, chief engineer of pumps In the
cti'l'loy ot the liwa plantation wiu bad
ly scalded by escaping steam while re
pairing tho cnglno at pump No. 7 .i
tow days ago. He Is now under tho
ruie of Hi. C. A. Davis, the plantation
physician, who reports that conditions
ard favorable for an early recovery.
Big Belt Sale
, LOOK AT THESE PRICES
LADIES' BELT8-over 2,0:0 of the very latest
designs In leather, silk and velvet belts at the
following cut prices :::::::
45c Black leather belts, this week 95c
T5c Patent " " -5c
$1.00 Leather '' " T5c
Ladies' Muslin. Underwear
240 Pretty Shirts at 05 cents.
We have made a treat cut In prices In our whole
line of Muslin Underwear, especially In the finer
grades, 'and you will lind great bargains with us.
An elegant new line of Lndles Blnck Dress
Skirts anil Ltncn Goods. ' All sizes, best
values to be found anywhere.
Fop School Boys
Wash Suits, Wash Pants, Mother's Friend
Boy's Waists. All these goods are of the very
best material and guaranteed HA8T COLOR. w
Boy's School Hots nnd Caps In great variety.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
MclISERIVV BLOCK. FORT ST.
1170 River Street.
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. Klue 541.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE GO,, LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00.
The only Insurnnro company In thu woiM Issitltut politics In both the
KXfil.lSH ami CHINKS!: Inngww.
Policies contain nil modern mlvntitnuos of the endowment nnd other
tonus Itumed hy the leiullni; Amerlcn'i (ompnulo,,
Umcrntnl hy the safest Insuranca ryktcniH. The pioneer ChlncHP-Amei I
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
1 his Is Ladies Day, nnd we
have some -special Induce
ments to olfer. : : :
ptilPH LndlcH lironc Khl Oxford
formerly 0.50, cllln for II.OO.
palrx Lndlcw' Blnck Kid Southern
Tics, cut trom 5.00 to 2.B0
nnlrtt LiicHch Black Kid Oxfordx,
cut from 3.00 to 1.50.
pnlrH LndlcH Button Hoots, as
Horted, nelllng for I.OO.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Bcrctuntii anil Paunlil.
P. O. llox 1178.
J. H. Fisher & Co
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WE9TERN A8SURANCE CO, of To-ronto.
Office. Stangenwald Bldg., Mor
HONOLULU STUCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept. 6, loot.
NAME OF STOCK 5jf4"ij Bll Aaa4
C. tlrawr atCenpany. i,eeo,0"C io ...... jtf
tlSf.crnDG.Cu.fi1 6o,(oo too on
LB. ktir&Co,, Lll., loo.o.o Jc
Ewa Plantation Co ..... 5.000.000 ao uM a!.
Hamoa Plantation Co . l?s.ouo loo .
Hawaiian AgrlculturalCo, 1,000,000 too...... ya
Hawaiian Com.&Su Co. a.lta.Tjo ton
Hawaiian Sugar Co 1.000,000 to., tife
Honomu Sugar Co .. 7So.ouo loo lit ,
HonokaaSugar Co .. . aono,poo ... it
Haiku Sugar Co. .,, ! so.ouo 100 . ci
Kahuku Plantauon C6 I joono ko . ii
Klh.1 Plant Co .Ltd, .. , t ,090,000 $0 oSl
Klatiulu Sugar Co...,.' 160.000 too ... I . ...
Kotoa Sugar Co )oto too I m
Kona Sugar Co.. ai.,.. 300,000 loo is
Mcllryd.SuCoL4,al , tiT,soo ... 10
ri upf ' t,o;o,ooo
" pifapj w
Oahu Sugar Co, . 1,600,000 too ttr
Onomea SugarCo. .. . i,ouo,ono to a,
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co. Jo.ouo ,-... I 11
Olaa Su. Co., Ltd.. as I 865,000 10 a 1
Olaa SuCo LU. pa" up 1500,000 e 11.
Olowalu Company... . 150,000 loo 14.
Paautiau Su. Plan. Co 5.000,000! 50..
Pacific Sugar .Mill . .. 510000 too ...... tn
Pala Plantation Co ...1 1 50.000 loo . .. io
Pipitk.0 Sugar Co ...1 Tso.000 too ... ito
PlonitrMllI Co . 1.190.000) too vs....
Pioneer Mill Co, Attet , 500000 100 ... , 15
Walalua Agr. Co . I 4,300,000 too 71
WaMuku Sugar Co too.ooo too 4.
Walmanalo Sugar Co . !5.ooo too 150,,
Walnta Mill Co nj.ooo too
Wl dcr Sle atnthlp Co 500,000 too too
I'tlfliland Staam N.Co 500,000 iou tc
,(a.ll.n Elftttlc Co . 150,000100 101
Hon. Rapid T k tandCo 150,000 too
Mutual Ttltphon Co . iio.ojo to.
Oahu Ry Land Co... .,000.000 too toi
Pioall'a lea t R f'g Co 130,000100.... !
Fliat National Bank
FlfllA.S BmkSt r.Col. ,". ,, " tot
HawallanGov 3 per cent oft
HlloR. R, Co. o p rcml " K0
H1I0H. R,Lo. 6prctnl
Hon. kapl) Tr.nill ,00
Ewa Plantat n 6 par cant tcol
Oahu R Sl Land Co. pr c .3
Oahu Plantation 6 p e 01
Olaa Plantation 0 p e. '
Walalua Agricul, 6 p c tot icaK
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'Sales ion i:ar 25i"20"i:n723f
25 Kwn. t2S,
V.ULARD E. BaoWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchane.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichange
Orders (or the purchase or sale of stocks
ana ton Js cjrefully an J promptly executsj.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169,
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
Stock and Bond tiro ken,
Real Eetate Agentt,
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 Terclion all over
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
bijj choke at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 PORT STREET.
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