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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WKDNKrfDAY, 8 KPT. 25, 1501.
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I 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
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.
Visitors are always welcome
at our store, at the corner of
Fort and Beretanla 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.
b 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 :i small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall. Nichols Co.,
Clcaness is next to Godliness,
And there is Virtue in
lleeauso tliry un inuilii from tho pur
est materials In tho finest and lel
eimlpped soup lattory In the world.
The scented kinds emit dellglitnil
odors, sweet as tho breath of tho flow
ers from which tho perfumo Is ex
tracted. Them are many Muds to ehoo-u
from and overy one Is a pleasing kind.
Once Used, Always Used
..White Roie, Mountain Violets,
Sweet Lavender, La France Ror,
Catnmere Bouquet, Oatmeal, Muix,
Jockey Club, Benedictine, Italian Vio
let!, Bay Rum, Honey, 7th Regiment,
Castile, Bath 8oap, Turkish Bath
H. MAV S CO., Ltd.
BOSTON BLOCK, (-ORT STREET.
TclephoncH i 4, i2
l. O. Box HMO
GOOD IN VAUDtVILLE.
The perfoimanie at tho Opera House
last evening was eiy well staged uud
played In A small but uppieciime audi
ene'e. The curtain rose and presented
one of tno pitttlest stage sittings seen
In Honolulu In some time. Tho young
people did excellently throughout and
showed their imll lilu.il lultnt to much
giLatcr advantage than In their pie-
The eiittltulliimnl wus well recelud
and with but one exception, that of
thu music, whhh nt tluus wus exceed
ingly loud, and often not so as to allow
the singer to appear ut Ins or her best
Tho siiJ news which v.as received
)sttrd.iy afternoon of the national
calamity undoubtedly hail much to do
with tiio small uttiudnnce. A vaude
ville perfoimanco will he presented
again on Thursday evening, with an
entire change of prugram, and ceilnlu
ly should play to a much larger Iiousp,
ns thu young people lire exceedingly
(lever and accomplished artists In
their respective acts.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 centa per
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 best
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for 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 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Plea out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
There nie lots of people who do nut
know how easy It Is to preserve and
name for home adornment, the many
nrtlstle pletmes ono romes across
these da) K. In some of the magazines
one sees repmduetions of urn world's
liuintvrpleeeH, which mounted and
framed with glass and binding nre In
good taste, tit ornaments for any prim
In your house.
It Is easily done.
We lime eer thing necessary In
our Stationery Department. Completo
rassi-l'iirtout Outfits with hook of ill-struetlons.
MILLIONS SBEN (10INO SKA
WARDS SCARED IJY THEi
AND LOCAL EDITORIALS.
People wonder that to simple a de
vice at the Skeet-Go thould be to very
effective in driving motqultoet away.
This apparatus bringt out all the
"tearing" qualities In the powder that
tne pett dislike and It far more effect
ive than burning pswder. It makes
the use of powder more economical
and leavet none of the objectionable
featuret of tmoklng powder, whlcii
to tome It more ditagreeable than the
When cuttomert come back and eo
dorte them by buying more, it thowt
there mutt be merit In the Skcet-Go.
or they would not tpend their money.
They are good. They'll do all we
claim. Money back It they don't. You
take no fits'. Get a Skeet-Go today.
Hobron Drug Co
l-ORT AMD KIISC1
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbert.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Stt.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
Oi'iieiiil Reporting and Typewriting.
Tel. llluu 2611. Second lloor Kllto
9 a. m., SMS p. m., or later by engagement.
,Ncw York, Kept. 14. The Constitu
tion won't lie hauled out at Ilrlslol
Yards until after the cup races are
opr. Iter nails have been removed,
nnd the lioat linn been generally ills
mantled, but nothing was dono which
i'ouM not be changed hack In a couple
of days. It Is understood the Idea Is
to have a boat 111 renervo In case any
thing xhould happen to the Columbia.
That an) thing uliould happen to such
a carefully guarded craft la hardly to
be expected, jet the two cloio calls
experlenred by the Hhamrock have
aeneil to remind people that all these
lioat run considerable risk as long us
they arc out sailing, even for practice.
The ronilng races arc to bo sailed
for blood. Conditions arc not the
same ns when Ilarr believed he had nn
easy proposition against tho first
.Shamrock. He does not think he has
any easy game with the present boat.
She Is n powerful craft, which may,
for all he knows, be the superior of
the Columbia In windward work and
fresh winds. If anything, tho general
Judgment Is that the Shamrock, at
least. In fairly good breezes, has rath
er the best of the promise, though the
view does not prevent tho contem
poraneous opinion that the Columbia
may be easily successful If she gets a
breeze, for which she Is especially fit -ted.
In this way, Ilarr knowH he has
to put up his fight with tho foreign
jnrht and win whenever and as often
as he knows how.
There are a number of moves which
can be made, for instance, at the start,
that seem to the reader of racing rulci
Illegal, but which nre not so, hut mny
be of great tuluc to the skipper. Ilarr
Is a master of these, lie Is such a
ceher sailor that he never has been
found guilty of lolatlng racing rules,
although coming perilously near It.
He Is exceptionally strong where
Shamroek Is weak. In the '95 race with
Ynlkyrle III. 'Sycamore showed that
his Judgment of space was bad, be
cause an) one could sec ns soon as sho
started to bear down to flio Defender
that nothing but a miracle or tho De
fender bearing away could save him
from fouling that boat. Sycamore can
not play such tricks on Ilarr as he tried
nn the Defender, and Wi.l probably
London. Sept, 14. The death of
I'tesldeut MeKlnlej has had a remark
able effet upon I'urope. It has called
forth greater d"iuonstratlons of or
row ami expressions of sympathy than
for any other deceased enlef of State.
When n sovereign dies It Is customary
for other rulers and ufflcln personages
to convey their lonlolence and put on
polite Humming hut the peoples of va
rious nation neer feel nor express
true sympathy wl.h another aftllrted
country. Today however, tho people
as well as the Kings of Europe mourn
eil for McKlntey nnd expressed the
greatest sympathy for the American
If any sign were needed to demon
strate the greatness of the United
States among le nations of the earth
this Is sutllclent. When Victoria died.
when King Humbert was assassinated.
when President Kaure suddenly passed
uwuy. there was regret In other coun
tries nnd otllrlal expressions of grief,
hut national Jealousies and bitter hos
tility barred all popular feeling. Hut
today, for the llrst time, practically all
i:uiopo mourned In unison and tacitly
leeognled the I'nlteil States of Am
erica us the foremost leading nation.
It Is strange that atragedy should
he needed to call forth this spontane
KING EDWARD MOURNS
Loudon. Sept. 14. from the towers
of Westminster Abbey, from the gray
buildings where the government of the
empire Is administered, from tho Man
sion House and law iiiurts, from chur
ches, hotels and business nnd private
house lu Loudon, Union Jacks nre
flo.iilng at half mast us a murk of sym
path) for the murdered President. All
the blink and commercial exchanges
King Kdw.ird has ordered his court
Into mourning for one week and hns
sent the following mesiage to Ambas
"Most truly do I sympathize with
you and the whole American nation at
the loss of )our distinguished and ever-
HutTiilo, Sept. U, -At 12-30 this
(Sunday) morning Superintendent of
Police Hull Issued the following notice
to the press:
"To lelleve the Iiciivj pollcu detail
ut No. 1 slut ion, that their services
might lie used for other important de
tails, It wile decided n consultation
with the Dl-trkt Attorney to rcmovii
the Piesiilcut'n assassin from the hend
iiniirliTs building, which lias been
Superintendent Hull left tho police
heuiiuurters before the statement was
given out and could not bo found uf
tcrwurU, Nothing It kiuiwu us to where
the prisoner Is now rnnflned. There
me two places where he could bo tnk
cn to the jail or to the penitentiary
and It Is likely that he tg now In one
Six room ottage with stable and ser-
ants' ipi.irters for rent. Seo To Let
I'olumu nn page H.
C'lius. T Herrlck Ciinlago Co. Is ad
vertising lien harness.
An Indianapolis woman culled up her
gtocer by telephone tho other murulnif,
uud after she had uufllclcutly scolded
the man who responded she said: "And
what's mote the next. order you gel
from me will be the liitt I'll over give
you." "It probably will, madam." said
the voice at thu uther end of tho wire
"you are talking to un undertaker."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
first class barber wanted at Jeffs,
The Hrltlsh bark Santa will tall for
the Sound tomorrow.
The transport Sumner departed for
Manila this morning.
Joseph Ilarate has been arrested on
the charge of vagrancy.
The Anrangl sails for Vancouver at
I o'clock tills afternoon.
Hu'liHss was generally sus'pended
down town this morning.
Castle & l-nntdale have a numbtr of
choice lots fur sale. Sec ad.
New goods every week at llnrTuer
the Jeweler's new stund, 181 Hotel
A notice regarding the six oar slid
ing seat barge race appears tinder New
Dr. J. Atcherley can be found at 313
King street, next duor to Opera House.
See ad. '
Tho band played funeral music on
the grounds of the Kxecutlve liulldln?
The tiunsport Warren will sail for
Manila tomorrow afternoon or early
The Honolulu Stock & lloud V.x
change adjoin tied this morning until
tomoriow at to:30 a. m.
Tho schooner Wm, II, Smith urrlxed
fiom Newcastle this nioinlug. Sho
maeil the trip In IS days.
Ulna llorlug, nt the Island hotel Is
giving Swedish massages, See Spe
cial Notice column on page S,
Wcsterma)er pianos maed specially
to wlthstund thu detcrloatlng effects of
this climate. HoffKchlaegcr Co.. sole
Half hourly salutes were tired from
the Naval Station from sunrise this
morning. They will lie (Oiitlnued un
til sunset this afternoon.
Thele will be u meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerce this afternoou
at 2 o'clock nt the ulllies of Castle &
Cooke at which the public Is lux Uud
to be present.
Notice of sale of government lots at
llllii, Hawaii, advertised to take place
today Is postponed to 12 o'dock noon
Saturday. Sept. 28, l'.WI. at flout en
triune of the Cupltol. See nothe under
On account of the death of Presl
dflit McKluley, a member of the Im
proved Order of Ited Men. the bull to
lie given by the Hed Men on the 2'ltli
will ho postponed. See notlie under
Hen limns writes fiom Vallejo, Cal..
that In; Is prospering finely and wishes
to he remembered lo nil his fi lends,
fiiother llcnjamln and "Dudle" un
tuning a good success- and repairing
their shattered fortunes.
Ily older of (lovernor Dole, the hand
will play nothing nut solemn music
dm ug the icmalmler of the week and
the tegular concerts at Kmmii Square,
Makee Island, the Hawaiian Hotel and
rhomns Square, will be abandoned.
There will be no music by the bund
tomorrow- but on frlday, there will be
a concert on the grounds of the Capi
tol and on Saturday at the deform
school. The regular Sunday afternoon
concert will be on the Capitol grounds.
Platlnatype. the king or nil photo
graphic paper. We kep It In two
grades. Gives the effects of old etch
ings, Ousts very little more than Ve-
lox. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Come
around to our place and we will tell
you more about It.
II. Peabody, Carlellna. Maggie Amu.
Watnnahe. Jennie Clarey and Chus.
Nelson lime been arrested on Un
charge of fornication. The police have
made up their minds that the rem
mints of the I wild scandal must he
vlvancil up: hence the fiequent 'arrests
on the i luirgo mentioned.
As soon us the death of President
McKlnley was made known nhoaid the
steamer Aorangl the essel's Hags wen
put at half mast. The news was a
great surprise to the crow and passen
gers us on leaving Hrlsbaue reassur
ing reports of the President's condition
"It's easy to seo that the 1117 bars
of mall wi brought lu the tiuuspott
contained some nowspapeis," was n
marked by a gentleman to n lad) with
whom he wns walking, ns they turned
the corner limn Hotel Into l-'oit stre
vo-itoiduy evening. Nearly ever)b.H
lu sight wi,s poring over n newspaper
Although tho transport luought tl'i
iriglual newspapers with the heavy
Intelligence, yet It was tho Honolulu
livening Bulletin etru that most o'
the- people wen- reading.
WIN NAPTHALY DIIAO.
Heujaniln Franklin Niipthuly drop
ped dead In front of thu Ituss House,
San Francisco, on the ltxh lust. The
cause of death was a bemoiihage.
"lien" had a eheekeied career In his
fi. yen is of life, us Industrial school
waif, law)er, new spa pi i man uud poli
tician. Some of his later jeais weie
spent lu tin- Hawaiian Islands He did
leportlng on the Hulletlii u shoit time.
In San Kiaiiclsco long ago Napthaly
had u slieet duel with the Into Clmrlts
le Young, pistols being the weapons.
The wounding of an Innocent messen
ger hoy was the only result, for which
de Young was arrested lint afterward
uiqillttfil. Lately the Bulletin received
a copy of a satirical paper started by
Naphth'aly lu Oakland, which was very
cleverly written as Hep was capable of
The next contest In the regulur series
of Winter League games will take
nliire on Saturday next between the
Custom House and Capitol teams
'I'll., l-iitl, .. I1..1111 In miitel iMilnir 1
melamoiphosls so that when the game
with tne K. O. Hull hn)s Is on a week
'rum S.iluiday. a lull it light Is ex
Oliver Akau who leeentlv i.imo
'mm Maul Is to pl'iv llrst base and II i
Is titnli rstood that Joe Itoss, one of the
irluluiil plavers on the Wailuku le.inij
hat whipped the Stais In '!! will plav '
n the Held. Itoss lu an ull-.uound
-ood pi, hit and his batting average
anks with thu very best lu the Terrl-'ory.
A Sho maje by the manufacturer to sell for
The finest shoo at the price turned out.
Every new feature in style and build, introduced
and shown in this shoe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VICI STOCK.
IJLACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.
Kntirely new , only just being opened.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Our New York buyer has made an unusually good deal
and will give you the benefit of it. He closed out an entire
stock of the beautiful' "Derby Shirt Waists" at 40 cents on
the Si. ex), and we have just received the goods. These waist:,
are well-known to good dressers as being the best fitting and
linished of any manufactured, and this stock is of the very
latest cuts and styles.
Sale Begins Tuesday Morning, Sept. 24
And witli it we inaugurate the greatest Shirt Waist Sale ever
held in Honolulu, and will last for one entire week, providing
that they are not sold before. ::::::
RF.riEriBER tli.it this stock is open for inspection whether
you wish to buv or not, and we will be pleased to show them
to you. YOU CANT AFFORD TO HISS THIS SALI-.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. MUTCMIINS,
iVlcIINERNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
In Honolulu to buy a carpet, to
furnish one room, or ten, to buy
for cash or on credit, to have
furniture repairing anj upliol
stm done, Is : : :
J. Hopp & Co.
Cut'. Klnti i"" Hotliel Kk
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I inf Le Clc.nn .iiiJ Water Utt.
UnKOluto anil Coufcktiont.
ISiihlneKK Miim'm Lunch
The best in the city: titioa.tn tosp-'O'
The New Men's $5.M Shoe.
The Greatest Inducement
we have ever offered I I I
Les Than Half Price 1
How Can We Do Ut
FOR EVERYBODY !
At O N D A Y
Wc will sell
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR lOCHNTK Mingle
roll, or $1 top ii ilocn
rolU. Alii coloi-H the
Hinnc price, till
All the Latent
Itonl.H In tnck
Kill Tort Street.
Blank book or all sorts, ledgers, etc.
' manufactured bj- the Uulltln l'ubllah
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.. of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg.f Mer
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, S?pt. 24, iqjoi.
NAME OF STOCK ' ggttl j Bll
-. Brcwtr Company i,n,yc
L.H. Km & Co.. Ltd soo,e
Ew PUnUtlonCo . ...I
Himfi Plantation Co . '
Hawaiian Com 8c Su Co,
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honnmu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ....
Kahuku Plantation Co.
lhi Plant Co .US,
lahulu Sugar Co ...
Kotoa Sugar Co
Kona Suvar Co . at
' ' pi up l
?.... c.... .
Onomta Sugar Co
Ookata Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co.. LH . ail
Olowalu Company ...
raaumu mi, nan t.o
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala JMantatlon Co
Ptptfkeo Sugar Co
Kionetr m 1.0 ..
Planter Mill Co Ati
Waialua Agr. Co, .
Wailuku Surar Ca .
Waimanalo Sugar Co
TTBI07CB mill m9 .. ,
.UirjIlAn Llmrlc Co .
Hon. RaplJ T.fc LinJCol
Mutual Ttlrrhon C . I
O.hu Hy b Unl Co. '
rtopn ut ac Kit Co'
Fun National Bank . ,
Hawaiian Gov i percent1
nno k. k. (.0. ft prrccnt .
Hllo R. R, Co. 6 r' cml
Ion. Rapll Tranilt.
Ewa Planlat'n A per rant!
Oahu Plantation t p c '.
Otaa Plantation 6 p c. .,
Waialua Atrlcul. 6 p t .'.
V.ILLARD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street,
Sjock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchinga
OrJers lor the purchase or sale ofstocki
ana touJs carefully and promptly execuUJ.
OrounJ Floor, JuJJ Bulldlns.
Potoftice Box joo. lelephon. 16s.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond broker., 1
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Cav,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Bulldlma.
Tel., Main 223. p. O. Box M7.
v-."V rJ-rJ rJ-rJ ."y-
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Re.tl Terchon ail over
l.tcein black and white, newest
de:inns and finest quality. A
bis choice at - - .
E. W. Jordan's
10 I'OlcT STREET
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