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ItVBNINO BULLBTIN, HONOLULU, II. T. SATURDAY. SEPT. 14. f190I.
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L)o you need furniture of
any kind ? : : : : :
If so, we cm rIvc you the ,
best at low prices and have
an assortment unequaled
In Honolulu. : : : :
PAY U8 A CALL.
Coyne Furniture Co.
The New England
dpslicji to nay to tlin people
of Honolulu that although
(lour In now $8 per barrel,
thoy will Ktlll rontlnuo to
sell thirty ono-pound largo
bIzo loaves of bread for
One Dollar. Their supply
of flour on hand and en
route they consider nufll
dent to fill all itemanilj.
They will not bo n party
to any Increase of price or
taking any advantage of
the present situation.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat- of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mi.eJ with water only.
It is being used successfully nil over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to :t small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
School - time's a Pencils
here. We're ready J. Book.
for the tint clap 1 B,
of the be I.
- " - af0 1 B Color
j.U-jrJng vacation O fl I J Compo.l-
we addel 1 iqdy 41 I 1 1 if J 1 tlen ,,
to our stock of mm -
school - suppllt. E,e
We never were f IIIIC
so ready to furn-
Ish your boy or j j.
girl With school .
JSSi'pSffi WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD. .
formation or any
other Information KINK T R K. I'. T.
Owlnc to the renewal of tho Con-
ftltutlnnnl question and some cIiiuikcm
In rront on the siuiject tlte following
petition of nrly transition period das
!mh particular Interest:
To Ills Kxcrllcncy. William MeKlnley,
President of the United States tit
The humble p tttlon of tho under
signed member of tho Uar of the
Hawaiian Islnnrts humbly showeth un
to ynnr Excellency:
1. That It Is provided by tho Jolnf
Resolution annexing the Hawaiian ll
nnds to tho United f tales and npprov
ed by nur Kxcidltiiicy on the 7th day
of July, A. D. 1898,'thnt tho municipal
liglslntlon of the Havnllan Islandt
contrary to the Constitution of the
United States Is no longer In force in
the llawuilnn Islands.
". Thnt the formal transfer of sov
ereignty from th Republic of Ha
vail to the United States of America
took place at Honolulu on the 12th day
of August, A. I). 18SK.
3. That the Honorable, the Supreme
Court of the Hawnllan Islands, In the
month of June, A. I). JS98. rendered
nnd filed the dtclslons (attached hen to
end Hindu a. part hi reof declaring that
icrtnln provisions of the Constitution
of the United States are not In force
1 1' the Hawaiian Islands
' I. That thu Justices composing tho
salil Supremo Court are Hon. A. i .
Jii Id Chlel Justice, nnd Hon. W. v
Vrtur and Hon. W. Austin Whltlnx.
.". Voiir petltlonerH contend thni
the Isngi.ago of tho Joint Resolution
l plain and Intelligible, und that th
Contltiitlori of the United States Is In
force In the lluwnllan Islands, and
that ttuth municipal legislation as Is
contrary to the Constitution has boon
iiimiilled b the Constitution and Is no
longei Inw or in force In thy Hawaiian
0. That the liberty of tho citizens
ami a largt amount or. property Is In
vohed In the dtclslons rendered, and
jour petitioners humbly pray that
jour Kxctllcnuy submit tho decisions
nttach.-d hereto to the Honoinblc, thu
Attorney CSenoral of the Unlti d States,
fur his opinion thereupon, in paiticular
ns retpcctH tin: operation of toe Con
rtltutloii ot the United SU.tes in these
T. Your petitioners further short
that tho decisions of the Supremo
(.unit Is riMtl and conclusive upon ltd
ants und defendants In criminal cases
miles result can be bad to the IVderal
(loM'ruinent for ndlef. and that the re
fii'ul of said Supreme Couit to allow
the rv.nttltMlon or th United Staloi
to be Invoked in these Islands will
work great Injustice and hnnlshlp.
tour petllioners tlieretoro pray thai
If the opinion of the Attorney (lenentl
sustains the lews of your petitioners
lour i:celirncy will be pleased to
communicate his opinion to the proper
onVInU In the Hawallau Islands, nnd
that the Constitution may be invoked
here as In other ptrtt ot the Uultcd
hiatei. jmjr petitioners pray for such
other nnd (unlit r r-llef us your Cx
tellency waj be pleastd to grunt, and
ns in ilut hound will ever iinty.
(Slgu.tl) i.eo, 1. Otur, Frederick
. Hankey, Klnuej Ila'.lou & Me.
rianahan, Cecil Urown. J M. David
on, .. S. Humphiv)s, (!uo. A. Davis,
C. A. Cnlliinlih. Charles Clark. Cath
i ait. K Parke, l. I.,. Murx, lions V
Coke. John 1-otu KanlukciU, A. N. Ko
liclkut. S. K. Kane, Francis J. Itcrry.
l'.radley H. Phillip. V. 8. Edlngs.
Charles P. I'tterson, Gilbert F. Lit
lie. A. ('.. Corrm. Cbns. Crelglitou, I.
M. Monsurrat. John M, Vivas, T. Me
dium Stewart, Cuy P. MujUvvcll, M.
(1. I lame j. F.x.M. ilrooku, J no. I,.
XnkCHikoo. Phillip L. Wfaver. Sam K
Chllllnghw oith, Edgar Cuypless.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
YOU MUST EAT GOOD
if you wish to enjoy Rood health.
We sell the best only-made from
pure, wholesome and fresh mater
ials by the National Biscuit Co,
These are the kinds, and they are
put up In fancv cartons. 'I hev ar
rived on, the Mirlposn, so they are
Long limine It HWultw, l.H.v-of-the-Viilley,
kerH.DulntyHpench.Ojitmcnl WnterK, Oriiluini Wfer,
Ruinonii, HlHmiipk, Buttep
Thin BlBcultH, Unccdn Jlnjln
WntePH, Almond MacnpooiiH.
Afternoon Tciih, S O'clock
Ten, Round RukUh, Atlicnn,
Telephone your orders or call.
Prompt atUntlon and care always
li. May S Co., Ltd.
H05.1ON KI.UI-K, K'HT STRI.I.T.
i. o. ito nsit
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 mocqultoes
away, fjlvet one peace and
contentment in the evening,
and takes but. a teaspoonful of
powder for an evening.
it possessec many advant
ages over burning powder.
The effect gj.it powder Is to
produce a pleasant aroma,
Does not Injure the eyes and
lungs, leaves no smoke-odor
in clothing or room, bate to
use and will last for yean.
GET ONE TODAV. price, $1.
Commissioner J. A Thompson's
sale of real estate In the suit of Ado
Initio Schllef et nl. vs. Jtmtiph Clarke
el nl., nt noon, was conducted bj
V. K. Plslier, auctioneer, 'there was
a large nttennnnce and tbe Mailing
was llely. Results wcro as follows.
1. Corner King nno runculiowi
streets, one-ilfth acre. John F. How
ler; Mi on.
2. I.unalllo and Klnau streets, zd,iu
squaif feet, C. V. E. Do; $0300.
3. Heretanla street, woiklkl smo oi
lot occupied by Mrs. A. h. King. Mai'
Ann Lett; S1000.
I. I'liiicbboni nnd alaco.Walk, I
food lu perches, Mary Ann l.ee;
.". West corner Maunakea and Pa
uuhl stnts, ."i90 square letit. Holt
jchlncger tr So.: WWO. i
ii. Thrte pieces of hum under lease
o Hainon plantation, expiring March
111. r."M, iigr gating j3 3-4 acred. .1
frniu tbt Orient.
Walkikt luu will be open tomorrow
is ui-.iml. Pine bathing.
IN M (Wo CHUT
Judge (icar tonttnued the Holoka-
hlki will tuse until the first of the en
suing term, or 10 o'clock Monday, be
cause tltfie was no prospect of tho
trial i tiding before midnight of today
lu ext using the Jury for tho term he
Ihunkcd them for their services und
don attention to duty, nddliiR, "I
hate hd no, trouble with any juror
Q. II. Bcrrcy's office, S3 Campbell bid.
Baker wanted Immediately at Her
Captnln Paul Smith returned from
Hllu In the Klnau.
Col. 8am Parker nnd Carl Wldemann
arrUcd In the Klnau.
The steamer Walnleale salts today at
;l o'clock for Anaholn. ,
Wnlklkl Inn will be open tomsiirow
as usual. Pine bathing.
The Klnau brought twenty-thrco
horses for W. II. Rlic. Most of them
One hundred and fifty-two deck pas
sengers, mostly Japanese, nt rived in
The Walakea bridge at Illio has
been condemned ns unsafe for t rattle
C, C. Kennedy arrived In the Klnau.
He Is to go to the Coast with U. K.
The Illlo schools opened Monday
with the largest enrollment in the his
tory of the rltv.
The tug Eleu Is being put In condi
tion to bo used ns ofllclal dispatch boat
on Regatta Day.
In the Iwllcl Injunction case. Judge
Gear ordered that the Injunction on tho
premises be continued.
Judge Gear gianted the petition of
V. A. Hall against Wliiitm for the can
cellation of n lease.
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Richards cele
brated their tin wedding anniversary
nt their nome In Illlo last Tuesday.
Miss Killean will nrrlo Wednesday
In the Ventura with a beautiful line
of Parisian millinery and novelties for
The largest coal pile on . o Islands
Is the pile containing thirty-live thou
sand tons Just mnkal of the railroad
wharves at Iwllcl.
Mrs. Kaunas millinery parlors re
moved to Port street below Chaplain
lane. You can't miss. See the Ilutter-
Ick pattern sign on the gate.
When the mosquitoes are extermi
nated you will still find the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. doing the best print
lug and developing In the city.
Mary J. Montano was given Judg
ment against W. R. Castle by Judge
Gear, ordering that nil money due
Mrs. Montnno be paid In cash.
The following sugar was reported
ready for shipment on Kauai ester
day: K. S. M., 3100: K. P.. Ii00; Wal
men, lOOO; Mak.. 3J00; ti, & n., COO.
There has been some very rough
weather on Nllhau. Tho steamer W. O.
Hall called there to land freight but
was compelled to leave without doing
Judge Gear denied the motion of
plaintiff for n new trial of Mldillcdltch
vs. Ilarbottlc on tho ground Ami no
tice was not given In presence of the
The Klnuu brought tho following
cargo: 2C horses, 93 hogs, 72 bag?
potatoes, 71 bags corn, G2V4 cords
wood, 223 pieces koa board, 1SJ0 feet,
228 pkgs mtlse.
Charles Phillips, temporary adminis
trator of the estntc of Henry Congdon,
deceased, was authorized by Judge
Gear to pay Joseph II. Condon ISO for
services as accountant.
consignment of thirty head of
draught, saddle and carriage horses
consigned to Honolulu Stock Yards
will arrive on Saturday per Klnau.
from Horner ranch. Hawaii.
The Walalcalc nrilved fiom Kauai
this morning and reports the Iwalanl
at Elcelo discharging, the N'llhau at
Anaholn putting out coal ami tho Ke
auhou nt Anahula also discharging.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornla Fruit Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. He nlwnys hi
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Mnlr
A new trial was granted by Judgo
Gear on motion ot defendant In tho
case of Wm. Palkull s. T. R. I.ucas.
on the ground that there was no evi
dence of the umount the Jury found to
Thncc wishing,, reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
tnd courteous treatment Bhould call at
ho Territory Stables. Their telephone
.lumber Is Mnln 63. They deliver nnd
all for rigs free of charge.
The steamer Hawaii which Is bclnn
overhauled nt the Wilder wharf will be
ready for duty ogalu next week. She
will make n trip to llaruakua nnd then
take the Molokal und Maul run nt the
l.cfiun, while the latter vpssel is get
ting her nunual overhauling.
Tho big donkey engine brought here
some months ago for tho Maunalel
plantation wbnrf ling been told to
Hnckfold & Co. und will bo used at
Oaliu plantation to haul tho cane
baigrs from Ford's Island to tho land.
Tho engine Is the largest nnd most
powerful on the Island,
Prime David has hired one ot the
Young Brothers gasoline launches to
follow tho little jat'ht Canary during
the races on Regatta Day. The Ca
nary Is a full rigged sloop about six
A Man in Chicago recently
paicl $2500for a
Mnkcc Inland Concept.
The bund will play tho following se
lections nt a toncert to ue given on
Makeu Island Sunday uftcinoon, be
ginning ut 3 o'clook:
The Old Hundred.
Overluro Tancrcdl Rossini
Chorus Rienl Wagner
Gavotte Welcome KIiim
Grand Selection Lohengrin ..Wugner
Btlettlon Tho Lombardlans ...Veidl
Ballad Tho City of Light ...Adams
Kong Without Words Tho Bees'
Festal March Cornelius .Mendelssohn
The Star Spangled Banner.
The sale of property lielonirlng to
t'harles J. IVIkK. tun fipvilvi-nl stock
biuker. too., placti by auction this
morning. Will K. Fisher mudn the
sale which includea Rapid Transit
slock, Miuuppn Gold Minim: stocK,
home, buggy und huruesti. Tho
amount netted was about $875.
THIS SPACE RESERVED rOft
J. D. AVERY,
General Reportljig and Typewriting.
Ttd. llluo :6. Second lloor. Kllto
9 u. m., 5M5 p. ro,., or later by engagement.
Cassldy How's t'lngs wit' you? Fla
belt Busy, very busy, indade. Cas-
sidy Is It so? Flaherty Aye! Faith,
Hery lolmu oi in at lajsure, in nov
sonieihln' to do. Philadelphia Press.
Mungiy HlggluR What do ou
think? A woman culled mo an animat
ed sctirecrow this morning,. Weary
Wntklns I'o knowed jnu slnco tho
early eighties, but I never seen no ani
mation about you yet. TH-Ults.
A Hutchinson. Kan., paper prints
this Item In its church column: "Tho
DiiMlst church nt Leotl will loso Its
Wc npc now Hhqwlnjt
HANAN'S - IMPORTED
French Calf, Balmorals
In hcvcpuI HtjIcK nt
These npc entirely new jVooiIk, tlmt wc npc now opening,
In the most modern up-tti-dtitc HtylcH. (
Mclnerny Shoe Store
one entire week
BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 16th.
A TRIP OF TWO BLOCKS UP
FORT STREET WILL BRINQ
YOU TO A TREE OF WON
DERFUL BARGAINS, AND YOU
SHALL HAVE THE FRUIT.
pieces of Real Irish Linen
LawnS '" ,J J'"ru Icntlm, 30
nntl 38 InchcH wide. RcgultiP
price O.OO, mile price 4.50 pep piece
plecctt of the Home mntcrliil
Regular prlceA.HO, sole price
3.50 per plec-. I I t I
During the sale goods will he "old !y the piece op hy
An exhibition ot these goods tllsplnyctl In oup windows.
Don't miss It.
JUST OPBNED-Lnpgc stock ol 8ensonnble Goods.
Come nnd sec the grand display.
Latest Cishien Covers.
Stamped aid Hemstifcfacd
Liiei Goods of Every Description.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
7 K-iSfcR la'' '""'iff
.1. H F7lftHLRI9
BkV mmm mm aw m fri ,J
. " . rt 'irTZ
Mock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To-'
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE J
Honolulu, Sept. 14. tool. . ' S
NAME OF STOCK 4"J j? B AjUI 0$i
C. Bwr k Comptn . tjonjrt loo iff Vil
II S SicMDO.Co.l-l 6000 toy..... TK.a
LR. Km It Co., ttJ.. 100.00 J I
E Ptint.tlon Co .oooa is V , 15
Hirnoa PltntiltonCo... tftoo too fli
Hwllin AtriculturtlCo inooo. too ... m
H.willinCom ftSuCo. mii.tio to...., m
HiwaIIis Sjfr Co .... .t.000.000 oo . ..
Honomu Sue" Co .. . So.ooo loo lM ... rfI
Honokn Suj.r Co .000.000! k ;,)
HUkttSue.r Co ....... 100.000 100 . 1
K.huktl Plltllltlos Co. 900.000 o tilt . ... ,,
KISll'ltitCo..ttd..,.. Lojofloo jo " S&I
Klpiutu Suftr Co. 160,000 too Ji
KotoaSustrCo ocno loo 3
Kont Sutur Co.. it .. jor.000 loo ) . ... 1
McBrydiSuCo.U.ttl il.olT,)oo r ... 11 ( flfj
p i up f I l,6jo,ino m f?j
N.hlkuSoiCo Ltl.ll to) .. M
" plupi oo M
Oahu Sucir Co., '1000.000 lo. ..... iitH j
Otk.it.. afArCo. . .. tui,ooo .,. A
Ookalt Sujr.f Pits Co 1 V0.0JL k u m
Oil. Su. Co , Ltd., i I 5ooo k .... a TI
Olaa SuCo ItJ.pJ up SO9.00U k . ti .!
OlowaluCorrrary .. ijcooi. 101 ... . 'J
Paautiiu Su. Plan. Co 5ooo,o v 1
PaclltcSufirAliil. ... inoouo to. .. id M
Pala Planlal'on Co. .. lo,aot tec .... ip
fiptikco Susir Co t)o.ckx, toe .... us m
PlonrMUtCo... . i.tjo.. j .. fj
Plonetr Mill Co. Alxs l'- - ' BJ
Walalua A;r. Co , i.yj&, 100 .- . , VJ
MVallukuSuearCo TOo.oot too iy m
Walmiralo bur r Co .. iSLooc loo ton. ...
Walvta Mill Co 1 15.000 loo
Wl d.r Sttlmthlp Co . 400.000 too t I
I'ttf-lsland Steam N.Co )oo,ooo too 11 BJ
-faallan EiactttcCo... ajo,ooo too ti vfl
Hon. Rapt J T.tt I andCo 150,000 too ,
Mutual Ttl.phon Co i)4,auo 10 .. . . i
OaSitRy At Land Co;,. ,ooooo loo t fl
Ptopia't let k R ('( Co 1 jo.ooo 100 1 ,m'
Flttt National Bank ., '. .
FltitA.S Bink&T.Co ' L
HawatlanUov sptrctnt 94 7.
HlloH. R Co. orTctnl m 'Vi'
H1I0R. R.Co.Sptrctnt I A
Ion. hapli Tlinilt n fjt
Oahu R St Land Co. pr 1 tcoK a!
Oahu Plantation 6 p c ff 1
Olaa Plantation 6 p c li
Walatua Actlwtil. 6 p c 101K J
!!!M!i:i::;:;!;::ii.. :!:;!!!:: !;!: :!!!!! i;ii;i J
V.fLLARD E. BrtOW.N,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street I
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangt
Orders tor the purchase or sal; of stocks
ana bonJj carefully anil promptly eecuU4.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1VS,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Fostoffice Box 390. telephone 169.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Iniurance Agents,
Stock and Bond droktra,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected. t
AGENTS . j
American Arithmometer Co,
Burroughs Registering Accountant,
St. Louis, Mo.
McINERrNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
feet Ioiir anil two feeUuioail, alio Is
.itcreil with the fourth clues boats
114,-nlnnt the l'ol.ll and Aublc M.
Tho Klnau reports the follow Ins
euear on Hnwall: Walakea, 10,000;
Walnaku, 19,000: Onomta, 11,728; I'e
peekco, 3(; llouomu, 10,000; llukalau,
15,000; l-aupahochoc. 1000: Ookala,
r00; Kukaluu, 200; l'aaullo, 3000; 1'aa-
Ulinu, TOO; Honokan, 2J0O; Kukulhnclc,
500; I'unnluu, 10,010; Honunpo, 230.
On Wednesday afternoon next will
begin tho Invitation men's elnnlcs, lu
the tournament of tho Heretanla Ten
nis Club. Tho silver trophy must b
won thrco times before It goes to any
one pl.icr. Tho entry book Is now
open at I'enrson & Potter's storo ami
entries will bo matlo up to 0 p. in. Tuen
day. A week after the conimeiucnient
of this tournament, the 1'. T. C, will
hold an Invitation men's doubles tour
nament. There Is alto a cup put uy
TINC ASOKTMCNT AT PUCES
THAT CAST Mi BLAT. : : :
IN OUEAT VARIETY. ALSO
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
AND FRENCH POLISHING
pator btvausa another church has v . . .
MlMd tho ante. The Leotl people ro-
ftiBti to call tho rolso and will stay out 1?,"r Jw Printing at tho Bui-
and draw another pastor." letin office. 1 . ) .' Lltl.tlilltlJll
Klitfi nnd Hctltcl BtrcetH.
HART & CO.,
rHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
Huttlnctui Man'H Lunch
The best In tne city: 1 1: ,0 a.m. to 2 p.m
FOR EVERYBODY !
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENTS Klnftlc
roll, or $1 for n dozen
rollrt. AMI culoi'H thu
Htimc price, lilt
All the LiitCht
lIoiiltH In Htock
Office, No. 307 etangembald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P.O. Box 667.
aid Fort Street.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid-
trl l?onl Turlmn aII .
"' v.k..w a.. uicrJ
lace In black and while, newest
designs and finest aualitv. A J S
big choice at - - -' -'
E. W. Jordan's
Dlank books ot all sorts, ledjers. etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin' Publlsh-
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k ! ,' ..fa rfv V
at'3MiiAeiWb ' , 4$
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