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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY. SEPT. 1G, 1901.
Do you need furniture of
any kind ? : : : : :
If so, we can give you the
best at low prices and have
an assortment unequated
In Honolulu. ::::'
PAY U8 A CALL.
Coyne Furniture Co.
The New England
dtslrep to sny to the pcoplo
of Honolulu that although
flour Is now H per barrel,
they will still continue to
wll thirty one-pound largo
tlto loaves of bread for
One Dollar. Their supply
of flour on hand and en
route they consider mifll
dent to nil all demand.).
They lll not be a party
to any lncreai-e ot price or
taking any advantage ot
the prexnt situation.
J. Oswald -Limed,
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 roots, from a su(Mt
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEfeD CO:
School - time's j Peneiit
here. We're ready k Boek-
for the first clap .,..
-sets; SCnOOl as.
to our stock of m m m
school supplies. 'E,e-
We never were I I I I I j
so ready to furn- m m m w
Ish your boy or
girl With school w
send'youpS WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
formation or any
other Information KING STRCfiT.
YOU MUST EAT Q00D
If you wish to enjoy gooJ health.
We sell the best only made from
pure, wholesome and fresh mater
ials by the National Biscuit Co,
These are the kinds, and thev are
put up In fancy cartons. They ar
rived on the Mariposa, so they are
Long Brunch itlttculttt, Lily
of-thc-Volley, OyHtcr Crnc
Wufcrti, Grnhiim Wiifcru,
Riimonn, Blttiiuirk, Butter
Thin BIbcuUh, Unceiln Jlnftn
Witters. Almond MncnroonH,
Afternoon Tens, 5 O'clock
Ten, Round RuKkt, Athcnii,
Telephone vour orders or call.
Prompt attention and care always,
H. May fc Co., Ud.
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Telephone 2, 4, 02
l. O. Box 880
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
Mm V II. Hire, Jr.. sate n farewell
In honor of MIhs Daisy Itlce at
her homo In l.lliV, Knual, Friday
n'ulit. MIks lllie Iruws III the Mena
for San Francisco. fane will enter
MIhs Klta Wilcox anil MIhs l.ynuin of
ChliUKO, came In the V. 0. Hall from
l.lliue, Kaiinl. Sunday. They will leave
for llllu In the Kliiaii, for n ten days'
'tlt. MIhs l.yniaii leaves for San
Vianilsco Oclohor 1.
Tim IiIk mliiHtrel perforiiuime In aid
of the Uhue social hall w.. tul place
Q. II, llerrey's office, 33 Campbell bid.
and it it 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. Price, SI.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tun girls are wanted to work in a
bindery. Sec Want column on page 8.
The furniture for four rooms Is for
nale. Sco C-r Salo column on page S.
Mrs. llauna's millinery parlors re
moved to Fort street below Chaplain
Midnight prowlers ate said to be
still at work on lae upper end o- Young
New goods every week at IlulTucr
the Jeweler's new stand, 184 Hotel
The American ship 8. D. Carleton
will sail tomorrow for t..e Sound In
It Is timleiHlooil that Secretary 3f
tho Territory Cooper will leae lor th
Mainland In tho Sierra, sailing tomor
row. Dr. .1. Atcheiky has moved his office
to 313 King stieet, next to the Opera
House. Sec rcmotal notice under New
Policemen on duty and In uniform
will be permitted to ride on i.ie cars ot
the Honolulu Hapld Transit Company,
free of charge.
Notice of the copartnership of Oo.
A. Howard Jr. and Cling. R. Frazler in
(he general adveirTding business Is
published In this Issue.
Miss C. Krucger has opened a studio
iu the Metro pole palming on Alakea
street for the study of the piano. See
ud under Special Notices on page 8.
There were sixteen eases of diunkeu
ness In the Police Court this forenoon
Among them were white men, I'urtu
Ciisc, Japanese, natives and negroes.
Oahu College and the preparatory
Hchool connected therewith, opened
this morning. There was nn excellent
showing in both places.
A water pipe and tree stump oppo
site the office of the Hapld Transit
railroad office on Alapal street are a
menace to both pedestrians and horses
using the road.
The case of the Japanese who stnin
gled his ch Saturday afternoon will
come up In the Police Conit tomorrow
forenoon. The man will be charged
with murder In the first degree.
The Itosltn challenge cup about
which there has been so much talk
and which was reported as having been
lost. Is now safely reposing In the room
of Prince David Kawananakoa at Wal-
klkt. It seems It never was lost,
There were In the nelg..uurhood ot
s.iee hundred Hawallans at the Mur
phy meeting at Kwa yesterday. The
meeting lasted from 11 a. m. to 3:30
p.m. There was a rousing time. Hep
resentative F. W. Ileckley Interpreted
the remarks of Mr. Murphy.
Japanese ami other cuarltnbly In
cllned persons who lime learned of the
destitute condition ot the wife of the
Japanese who strangled nls youngest
child Saturday afternoon, nre Interest
ing themselves In her behalf and mon
ey Is being contributed for her relief.
The careleKs starting of car 29 of
tho Hapld Transit Company last even
ing nearly caused an accident to Mis.
J. K. Miles. She was boarding the
car at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Hotel streets when the car was
started, and but for a bystander who
caught her the lady would have bean
tnrown violently to the ground.
Ou account of the holiday on Satur
day next the steamer Ktnau will arrive
from llllo on Friday next so as to give
Hllo and Maul people a chance to come
here and witness the celebration. The
Lehua and Claudihe for the same rca
son will arrive from Molokal and Maul
ports on Saturday morning early.
Wcl.iu. a native, Stida, a Japanese
and Ah lloon, a Chinaman, were ar
rested Saturday night on the charge of
being present nt a gambling game. AH
tlnee pftaded guilty and were fined
fin imH matt, pitch. Threp illnYrpnt In
teipreteis weie needed before the work
of the court In the case could be finish
Hlakuwa and llokea appeared !u the
Police Court t..is forenoon on Hie
charge ot affray. Doth men pleaded
guilty but the Japanese tried to get out
ot the trouble by saying that lie was in
his own sfoie at the time of the trou
ble. Ho stated, among other thing,
tha the native had entered a stoic,
bargained for a watermelon, ate tue
same and then refused to pay for it.
floth the defendants weie fined $0 and
The St. Antonio Society opoued Its
new hall In Vincyaid street, near Km
ma, Saturday evening. There was a re
cepdon and ball at which some eight
hundred people were present. 'Ihu
committee on entertainment nnd re
freshments was as follows: X J. 811
va. J. T. Flgiicredo, F. Correa, J, J.
Carroca and S, 11. Arruda. The recep
tion committee was composed of the
following: M. A. Sllva. J. P. Hodrl
gues and M. T. Fuitado.
Theodoie Richards was the speaker
at the meeting of the Y, M. C. A. Sun
day nfternoou. His discourse was In
two parts, Tho text for the first part
of the discourse was taken from the
Acts: "llut ye shall receive power,
after that the Holy Ghost Is come upon
you; ami ye shall be witnesses unto me
both In Jerusalem and In ail Judea,
and In Suniurla, nnd unto tho utter
most part of the earth." The text for
the second part was fiom Corinthians:
"And God is able to make all grace
aboilnd toward you; i.iat ye. always
having all sufllclency In nil things,
may abound to every good work.
A Man in Chicago recently
paid $2500 for a
J. D. AVERY,
Gi'iieiiil Reporting and Typowiltliu.
- Tel. Hint' mil. Second floor KlltO
ii a, in. b.Vo p. m., or later by en
MARY L AND GLADYS.
The yaclits Mary L. aipl Gladys went
at each other yesterday for the first
time since tho former has been made
over. There was a good wind and the
Mary I., carried all her sails, Including
a topsail. Ilmmlng out the channel
ahc gained steadily on the Gladys ami
M-pt the lead in the rough water out
side until her spreader broVo and sh
pad to I etui ii, Tlio Ulailys. However,
Ik not In racing trim, ns she has been
In the water eight months without
clennlnr;. Under the circumstances
tilio Is not in as good condition to sell
as tho Mary I... which Is clean oft
tho ways. At tho present time, how
out, it looks ns If Toiunile Hobroii's
bout would lmo to look well to her
laurels to keep the championship in
the Hrst-class yacht race.
Of tho large boats them seems tn
be a probability that most of them
will have to go without (leaning, tin
lefH the wmk of caulking and copper
ing the steamer MlUahala Is soon
dene. She now has the marine rail
way, nnd tho ways at the Healanl lionf
he use urn considered, not safe to put
tho larger boats on
. JJetin office.
I'rintiiu; at the Bill-
Wc tire now Hhovtlng
HANAN'S - IMPORTED
French Calf, Balmorals
In Hevcrnl ntjle tit
TlicHe nre entirely new goorix, thnt wc lire now opening.
In the most modern iip-to-ilntc Htylcx.
Mclnenny Shoe Store
one entire week
BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 16th.
A TRIP OF TWO BLOCKS UP
FORT STREET WILL BRING
YOU TO A TREE OF WON
DERFUL BARGAINS, AND YOU
SHALL HAVE THE FRUIT.
pisces of Real Irish Linen
LaWnS " l2 y"'' lensitliH, ao
nnd 38 Inched wide. Rejjiilnr
price O.OO, mile price 4.SO per piece.
pieces fit the Home mnterlnl
Regular prtce4.RO, mile price
!l. SO per piece. I I t I
During the hiiIc goodtt will he Hold by the piece or liy
t An exhibition of thcHc good dlttpluycd In our wlndowM.
Don't ntlHH It. '
JUHT OPBNED-Lnrge ittock of Hciixoniihlc GoodH.
Come and nee the grand display.
Latest Cishion Covers.
Stamped and Hemstitched
Linen Goods of Every Description.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept. 16, toct.
NAME OF STOCK pjfj'jj j? BW
C. Bftwtr ftCotneiny.. t.ooo.onc toe .... tj
U S Mch DO. Cfl.fl. 6o,eoo toe
L.H.Kirr Co Lti.. too.o o y
Ewi Plintitlon Co .... 5,000,000 c t4tt tsV
Hivoa Plantation Co . 195.000 too ......
HtwillinAtrlculturttCoS 1,000,000 too joo
HwllnCotn &SuCo. f.iii.tso too
Hawaiian Sugar Co ....1 t,ooo,eoo if
Honomu Sugar Co tjo.ono 10c itTh ..
Honokaa Sugar Co ... 11000,000 bo
Ha'ku Sugar Co .,. 500,000 tot. tot
Kahuku Plantation Co. 500,000 c tii ....
Kihl Plant Co. Lti, i,o;ouo 50 to
Klvahuluj Sugar Co ... ito.ooo lot
KcloaSugarCo )ex '
Kona Sugar Co., a 500,000 trx J"...,..
McbrydSuCo..LJ,atl l 1,017,500 k . . t&!(
' " elupf 1,(50,000 f
" ' pi UP J r ..
Oahu Sugar Co., i.fcor.ooo too .. . ht!(
Onomca ugarC . t,ooo,oii tr a)
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co. J-jo.ooo) to u , ,,,
OUaSu. Co.Lll , atl & l .... 1
Olaa SuCo.LU, pi up i a 500,000 tt ij
Olowalu Corrpany.;,.. 150,000 lot
Paauhaj Su. Plan. Co. j 5.000,000 50
Pacific Sugar Mill I soucoo loc . it
Pala Plantation Co . .1 fj-i.ooo 100 ... )
Ptperkco Sugar Co .. I fso.000 too ito
Pioneer Mill Co... t.ije,ooo luu
Pioneer Mill Co, Aims 1 500030 loo
Walatua Agr. Co , I 4.500.000 10 65 6tK
Walluku Sugar Co foo,oo 100
Walmanalo Sugar Co . s.ooo too 149)1
Waloica Mill Co 115.000 too
Wl dr Steam. hip Co., joo.ooo' too .,,.,. 100
i;m-UUni Steam N.Co 500.000! too t
1aallin kitctrlc Co .. 150,000' too tot
Hon.RaplJTft taniCo 150.000I too
Mjtual Ttlfphon Co .. iwouo to
Oahu Ry & Lan4 Co . 1,000.000100 iV ici
Ptaptoa let & R f Co 150,000 too l
Flrit Natirnal Bank
FlfHA.S BankatT.Co " ....
Hawaiian Gov spcrccml u
miior r. Co. o percent ;;;;;:;;. ; ;; r o
Hilo K. R,Co.6prcni 1
Ion. KaplJ Trantit ( o
Ewa Plantat'n opcrctni
Oahuftar.Lan4Co.prc I0J Kty
Oahu Plantation 6pc , ,.,.
Olaa Plantation 6 p e
Walatua Agrlcul.opc ot
too Haw'n Sugar, f 2.00
V.ILLAHD E. BdOWN,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
CLIINTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
kpHilirPiNt II Vi f
Member of Honolulu Slock Exchange
.Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoftice Box 390. telephone 169.
MclINERNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
FINIS ASSORTMENT AT PUCES
THAT CANT D(: DUAT. : i !
IN GKLAT VAHIliTY. ALSO
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
AND FRENCH POLISHING
J. HOPP & Co
Klnii nnd Itctlicl HtrcctK.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
HuhIhchh Miiii'h Lunch
The best In the city: 11:10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
FOR EVERYBODY !
We will hcII
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CliNTK Kindle
roll, or $1 for u locn
rnllH. Alii colon the
Hume price. I t I
All the LntcHt
IJookH III Ktock
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Inauranee Agent,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Real Estate Agenti,
Rent and Bill. Collected.
American Arithmometer Co..
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
!ilO Fort Street.
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 whfte. newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT KTRI1ET.
Blank books of all sorts. ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
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