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EVENING BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, It. T., THURSDAY, BEPT. 19, 1901.
li a matter of the utmost Im
portance to the new house
keeper; It takes a great deal
of Judgment to get what you
want without expending too
much money. '
We take pride In fitting up
new homes with fine furniture
and are satisfied with small
profits, which you will see on
getting our prices.
Visitor are always welcome
at our store, at the corner of
Fort and Beretania streets,
and we will be glad to show
our stock without expecting
you to purchase unless you
Coyne Furniture Co.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
is a Jry mineral powder mixed with water only. '
It is being ueJ successfully .ill over the Islands. ,
Estimate, (liven for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill tc a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed. ,
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
You Ou&ht to Know
It ought tolbe worth something to
you to know just where you can at.-
' ways get the books you want.
f Our stock is not only complete but
' vtry large. We have over 1.000 title
In paper bound novels now in stock.
They are the latest and most popular
the kind people are talking about
and ready to buy. .
, We don't read all tne books but we
do read the book reviews, and arc
y after permanent customers.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
YOU MUST EAT GOOD
If you wl'h to enjuv uooJ health.
We sell the best only made from
purr, wholesome .tnd fresh mater
ials by the Natfurul Biscuit Co,
These are the kinds, and thev are
put up in fancy cartons. Thev ar
rived on the .M.irlposi, so they are
Lung llrunch lllsciilts. I.ll.v-of-tlie-Vullcy,
Wafers, Gruhum WiiferH,
Riimonii, BlHimirL, Kuttei
Thin BIhcuHh. Unecilu dlngu
Wilier, Almond Mncaroonn,
Afternoon TetiH, 8 O'clock
Ten. Round R links, Atlicnn,
Telephone your orders n- all.
Prompt atUntloi and eve a!vais
li. May & Co., Ltd.
Boston block, roiT stkii-t.
Telephone , !2 (. 1'-'
P. O. Ilox :IH(I
Honolulu, Si'pl. 12
it" 1 1
To V.I10111 It niHj iiim-i'iii:
I'urMiunt to M-etlmi 7. Ait -" of I hi
St-hHliiu Lawn of llul, of which tlui
IoHowIiik Ik 11 tuny-
It (.hall ! tin- tint) nt ivnry per
Mill 111 corporation iIuIiik IhihIiii'sh for
piollt to lcuop lull, ieuliu- mul nrriir
nt t- tioiiKi) of uteountH Hiinii ulll'h nil
It triinwKtloni. xliull liA'Mi'li'il fiom
iliiv to 1I115 In ri'Kiihir nnliT, uhleli
IhmiKh ilmll ho opi'ii to tlio hiBpi'itlnu
lit till' AKKI'hXM- of tlu illWsltm or 1111)
lii'iMili iintlioileil hy him In liti-pccl
tlio sumo ilurliiK litinlucitH Iiiiiii-h.
A. II. S riniKioiir. Ivm.. Ik IiitcIiv
mitlitiriacfil in. InHptM t tin' IiooKk wnl
willy lhc munis, nf nil IIioob who
nmv ho lliihlo for tiiM-ii iinil'T tho hi-
oiiii' Trf l.nw of lttui. In the I'lKt
JAS. W. I'I!TT.
Ahxi-hMir. I'll t Dltlnlun, Otilm.
W.M. II. WltlilllT.
'jii'usntt'r Ti'irltnry of Ihivnll.
employs two of the most skillful and
.experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department, Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very belt
.material and flour used for making
uiuten, riye, Frencn, riome-maac and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread fcr One Dollar:
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at . 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 n.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon. Mince, Cranberry tnd
Fruit Pies out at . ...10 a.m.
I Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
I Puffs out at 11a.m.
Cookies and Macaroont out at 12 a.m.
'Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
' 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 E T-G O
and it ir 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
v use and will last for yean.
GET ONE TODAY. rrce, $1.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Irr.porltn. and Jobbers.
European and America Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Stv.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Quern Streets, Honolulu.
THIG SPACE RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
Ci'iii'iiil Ui'iioi tlul; iiml TypowiltliK.
T.'l. Illtn- Still. .SfiDtitl llnor Ellto
it 11, iii, HI 111 , or later by en-KiiKi'ini-nt.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An umbrella linn been lost. See Lost
column on page 8.
The schooner Ariel will sail this af
ternoon or tomorrow.
The tlrltlsh linrk Snntn will sail for
the Sound on Tuesday.
The regular llonrd of Health meet
ing will bo held this nfternooti.
The Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs
Henry Vleirn tiled thin n'crii'tiK.
The steamer Wnlalealc ftlll sail for
Auahola thU nttcrnoon at 3 o'clock.
A notice to creditors Of the estate
of P. I A, Khlere appears 111 this Is
sue. JuiIkp (lenr empaneled n Jury thli
morning to try tho Holokahlkl will
James V. Moigan presided nt the
meeting of the stock exchnngo this
"Dad" Amesbury and the good ship
S. D, C'nrleton will get away fur tho
b'ound on Saturday.
Fiesh films plates, paper, cherr.lcals,
etc., received per Mariposa for tie Ho
nolulu Photo Sunnlv Co.
There wns n very laigo crowd at tho
steamer Ventura which sailed for tho
I olnnlcs this morning union t 10
Tho engagement of .Miss .Mar Ml
delios anil Peter Corren Is annoiiiued.
Uoth young peoplo lime many friend
ill tills city.
Notice to Hunters. Privileges for
goat shooting 011 the N'miakiill lands,
appears In this Usuc under Special No
tices on page S.
ine searchlight which wns sent
hero n short time ago for Pnclllu
llelghtH has been put In position. It
was used for tho llrst tlmo last night.
The big steamer Oregonlau put, the
last or tier freight for this port out'thls
morning. She Is now nearly loaded
and expectR to get uwny for KahAlut
Captain Pond of the I'. S. S. Iro
quols received) 11 telegram by yesler-
day s mall announcing that his son
John h. had passed the entrance eio
nmlnntlon for cadet nt the Naval Aca
demy. This Is Hawaii's first naval
unlet at Ananpnlls.
In the Police Court fills forenoon
Isokhhl. Oknmoto wns put under bond
of $200 to keep the peace toward U
wife for six months. It Is nlleged
that he committed no assault on the
woman nnd she stated on the witness
staml-thnt sho was afraid he would do
her bodily Injury.
I.. S. Matthews, the man who did not
nppcnr In the Police Court yesterday,
made his upfMruurc this moinlr.u be
cause he hud to. The trial against .fie
Japanese hnckiunii who wns charjed
with overcharging him, did not take
very long and ihc man was final!.- dli
Mum. 11 Japanese carpenter, was very
hadly Injured In an accident nt the
noon hour today. He was on the sec
ond story of the new building that It
being erected at the lorner of Hotel
and Smith streets when he slipped and
fell to the ground. The Injured man
was sent to the Queen's Hospital.
Snm Hop Kcc. one of the wealthy
stoiekecpers ut Wnlulmi, wus arrested
at about 3 o'clock this morning on the
charge of selling spirituous liquor
without 11 license. The arrest was made'
by Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth and
n number of the Walnlua police. Sev
cral other arrests were made.
The Honolulu Athletic Club football
team Is doing some hard practice! and
expects to put the crack team of the
season In the field. The next pructlco
will take place on the sand piles at
KakuRKo whcie tho bojs will be taught
how to fall on the lull und do other
kinds of falling. In the practice jes
tfilay nflernonn, Pat Olcason Injured
his hand cfuttc hadly In n scrimmage.
The matter of Inter'nvters ean.e ur
In the I'Mllrc Cm it iiRnlu Mils forenoon.
, Spanish Intel prefer wns w.in'el ami
,flicie was a nun In the I'lidlcuco who
could do tho vrnr. oll JiClfc Wil
cox refused to employ him. savi:i4 'Lit
the Auditor flcnr.il 't rulher. iu. lues
sengcr boy. had told li'm that the Po
lice Com t was .ipcndlug tcu much
money. He then eIIM on the Portu
guese Interpieter to do the best lie
knew how. Mr. I'rl'is did cly well.
Henry Jaeger lias complained U
ho police station that Portugucne
boys have hecn Invading hlfl place In
Plinalum for scnue weeks past and
stealing nliout all the fruit there Is lu
the big place. A few ln ago, a
number of the hoys wero caught nnu
put In tho small cement reservoir et
the place, The ladder was hauled nil
and the scnmpH were allowed In mv
theie for n time. Theie wns 110 wutei
In the lesorvolr. The police will see
what tlit y can do dining the next low
days. - , m
dipt Cluncy Out.
Cantiiln Cluiicv. who was 11111 over
by 11 Japanese, hat W drlvei n couple of
ilnvK 11LI1. Ih aide In lie nut 1111 tli
utierts, although ho Is very badly bat
tel etl The captain has a strong inn
htiitillou und has stood the lesults. of
Ills .iti'ideut as well aa the next one,
lie will be well enough to appear In the
Police Cutiit In 11 da ur so and then
he will tell the story of the trouble.
Ujstiiudeis say that the fuult wns eu
tltclj'on the side of the Japanese.
BOUVfcNIR OP HAWAII.
J, J, Williams, the pioneer mil
encigttlc photogiapber of this city,
has lately placed upon the tnaiket a
very unique "Snuxenlr of Hawaii,"
which eontulns uu excellent selection
of views made In tho photogravuie
process In the highest stle of the an
preservative.' The cover Is made In
antique etylo lu bioiuu letters, and h
l.nnwn as serlen No, 2.
VIIlHIt V- In tlilH city, Si'iitfinlit'i- l'i,
J U'li ry Kuiiiictli, lifluvi'il j'.u in' Mr.
nnil .Mrs. Ili'iiry Vloria, 11 uiitlvci of
tills city. ukuI in DinntliH nutl ' 2.1
clnys. 1'iiiiHinI nt 4 oMuu; llils
attcrnnin trnni icsliltMicf cil it. Vlci
rn, Kiikiii lane.
I'tisi'ii. I'ollth 1'iiikhIu, Hcpt. 1-.--T1111
family ol l.t'on Czolgosz, tliu mi
ni tlilxt wltti nttciiiptocj to iis,aHlmUo
I'lt'sltlcnt MrKliilpy, hulls finin Corlc
klwre. near Sonln, In tho 1'iuvlnco
McFNERNY SHOE STORE
for 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
8HALL HAVE THE FRUIT.
110 ficces of ReaI
Lawns n ''i
und :t8 InchcH
price O.OO, hiiIc
pleceH of the hiihic innterltil
Rcgulur price. 50, hiiIc price
11.50 per piece, t t 1 t
During the mile jJoocIh will lie Hold by the piece or by
An exhibition of Hichc gooclH dlHpliiycd In our window h.
Doti't hiIkh It.
JU8T OPRNED-LiirtJc Htock of Sctihoniiblc GoodH.
Come nnd kcc the grand dbtplny.
Latest Cishion Covers.
Linen Goods of Every Description.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
. PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
list 1 iiiiii 1 wwi 1 wimmimmmBssmmmamjamai
CLIINTON J. hUtCMIINS,
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
UNI! ASSOKT.ttl.NT AT I'KCfcS
THAT CAN'T Bl. ULAT. : : :
IN GUIiAT VAItlhTY. ALSO
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
AND FRENCH POLISHING
Klnii unci Itetlicl StreetH.
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS'
Pine Ice Cre.im and Water Ices.
ChocoUtes and Confections.
KiiHlncHH IMnnV Lunch
I The best ,11 tlit city: mjoa.tn.to 2p,m.
Yes, that' what they're Cdlled, and that's
what they'ie maJe for to walk on.
Some of you still walk, .notwithstanding
the new electric cats, anJ you want comfort
able anj rooJ wearing shoes.
We have Just what you want In the
WAULK-ON. It Is an entirely new stock, just
opened and sure to Rve satisfaction.
Wnlk on Wmilk-oii unci grunt
To wtilkcr'n on,who Wnulk-on vscni1
That when tlicle Wiiulk-onV till
Tlicy niny wtilk on atiotltci' Woiilk-
lrisl1 L'Ren X PZf
price 4.50 per piece.
FUR EVERYBODY !
We will hcII
Crepe Tissue Papers
I OR 10 CENT8 Hlnftlc
roll, or ISI for 11 doeu
rollH. .Mil cotoi'H tlic
Kiinic lrlcc. 1 t 1 1
All the l.ntcHt
IlllClkh III HtOCk
am i-'tirt Kti'cct.
Clank books of all sorts, ledgers,
manufactured by tbe Bulletin Publish
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bide;., Mir.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept, iq, foal,
NAME Of- STOCK
IIS 5sKhsDO.O.l1 I fioo1
L.H. Kerr & Co.. UJ. . foo,o e
Ea Plintatlon Co
nwsiiiin-om u v.0.
Kthukit t'Utititlon Co. I
K)ulu Sugar Co..,. '
Kolo Sugar Co. ......
r -. I " VP
woKaia aucif run. Co.
Utaa 5uC(j,ttJ. r'iopi
5 jo oj
""ih -uinpflny, , .
Puuhtu Su. Flirt. Co
Drt.r C ..... tt.11
Pala PUntailon Co . 1
repKo tett to
Pioneer Mill Co . .
lMoner Mill Co Aim
wjMjjua A;r, 1.0 , i
Walluku Sugar Co.. .
Walnanalo Surai Co
IVI 4..C s.1- - I
" i diinnip , o ,
.liMllan Eirctrtc Co . I
Hulul T.l.phon Co ..
Ptoplt't lei 8c KTe CoJ
Flrtl Natlcatl Dink ., ,
FliitA.S tlanksi r.Co.
sun.fiapu irnau.t , ,
Oihu Plantation 6 p c '!
was. rianianon Ope ,
vaiaiU4ACriCUj. 6 pc .!.
V.ULARD H. BKOVVN, .
Halstead & Go.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broke?
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichsca
Orders lor the purchase or sale of storU
ina I onJs carefully and promptly execinf.
Ground Floor, JuJJ Bulldlnc.
Pontoftice Box 300. telephone ic.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
Stock and Bond brokers.
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Co,
Burroughs Registering Accounts.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 807 Stangenwald Build''.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 687.
Vali-ncieniK'S, Applique, Sv-isi.
Nainsook and all over EmbroU
.ery. Real Terchon all ow
lace in black and white, nevcit
desij-ns and fintst quality. A
big choice at - - - '
10 PORT STREET,
"ill II '
!&& S " Safcl amBaHM
m.-A '. . U
A, I'.iiiMfav,.- iil'ilyi