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EVENING BULLETIN, ttOXOLULP, H. T FRIDAY. 8EPT. 27, 1901.
It a matter of the utmoit 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.
is .1 i!ry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully all over the blanch.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a bugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall. Nichols Co.,
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...18 A GOOD ONE...
IILCAUHH YOU OUT
the purcHt und most
wholcriome ktndtt tluit
It Is poHHlhlc to buy t
the kinds thnt cnmire
ftooil hctilth 11ml long
life. It you love our
little onett, nhowyour
devotion by purcliuH
InjJ your jVroecrlcK tit
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, TORT S.TR1.1.T.
Telephones '2'2, 4,
P. O. Box astt
A H8LAM OF LIFE
' 'Hi "
'IVll me not In niournful uumlii'is
"I.tfn Is but un'tjipty dieam!"
'Itoiise juaiself fioili Idle sbimbeis,
Thin); up some big pliindeilng
Take It to the Old .Mull, sajlng:
"Theies u slice hi this for you;"
That's enough; ou need not vvnriy,
He will suiely rush It tfiioiigh.
In tin- world's hin.ul IU hi of battle,
In our onhe-holdliig life.
WVln the bosses' illlvcn catlle,
lie's tin hcio In the strife
l.lve-H of beinrieic oft lemlnd us.
We can make our ofllce pay,
Truth and honoi leave behind us,
And still "get theie" anyway.
Ut us then be up and doing
Tho dear people 'Us our right;
.Still nchlevlng, still pursuing,
Grabbing everything In sight.
Shortfellew, In Philadelphia Noitb
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white bakers In1 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.
out at .
Snails, Buns, etc.,
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
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
There aie lots of people who do lint
1 now how ens; It Is to preseno nud
lianii' for home adornment, the tunny
nrtlstlr pic lures one romes ue'reiMc
these il.iK. In come of Urn magazine
one sees reproillli tltilia of me world',
liinsteridi'i cm, which mounteil and
framed nlth ulam. and binding am In
Miod Uiste, fit onuiliieiits lor any iojiii
In jour house.
It is iiihII ilonc. ,
We hae eveithlng necessnry i.i
our Stationer) Department. Complete
l'nsse-i'artout Outllls nlth lieiuk of III
MILLIONS SEEN UOINfi SEA
WARDS SCARED BY THE
AND LOCAL EDITORIALS.
People wonder that so simple a de
vice as th: Skeet-Go should be so very
effective in driving mosquitoes awa.
This apparatus brings out all the
"scaring" qualities in the powder tint
tne pest dislike and Is far more effect,
ive than burning powder. It makes
the use of powder more economics!
and leaves none of the objectionable
features of smoking powder, whlcn
to some Is more disagreeable than the
When customers come back and en
dorse them by buying more, it shows
there must be merit In the Sket-Qa,
or they would not spend their money.
They are good. They'll do all we
claim. Money back if they don't. You
take no risk. Get a SkectGo today.
I 'OUT AND KIIV1
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
FT Hackfeid& Co.7 Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc RESERVED TOR
J. D. AVERY,
(iem-riil HeportluR and Tiewiltlu,
Tel. llltii' iiJIl Sijcond lliior l.'llto
1" a. ru., (ME p 111., or later by engagement.
,BANNI8TBR MUST, PAY.
An execution from tho Circuit Court
mis cent to tho police station today,
ordorliiR IHuh Slii-rifT Drown to lcy
mi the personal property of Andrew
liannlstrr to the extent of 2310.50,
JiidKiiK.nl with Interest thereon In a
breach of promle suit. Bannister Is
Jn charge of the ship cnandlcry de
partment of the Inter-Island Co. It
will he remembered ti.at I1I3 cane came
up In the Circuit Court a few days
since. He lit a harrl working young
ilnniilhin and the carrying out of the
execution will undoubtedly provo a
Krent hardship. The damages granted
by the court nero $2r,00, attorney's
fees 11111I commissions IS.EO, cosIh 61
rourt $28 and Interest from entry of
Judgment to date ft
AKRE8TBD FOR LAKCENY.
Ah Chnng, Jo; Hung, Lee Kin alias
Ah Kin nud Ah llln alias Leong Hcc,
have been onested by Detective Kaapa
on the iharge of larceny In the second
degree. It Is understood. that one. of
the members of the gang to which the
hojs mentioned are slid to belong, has
ghen nvvny their deere'latloiH. Tho
cigars stolen from a certain fctorc on
1 orl street a short time ago, have been
recovered. In the possession of Ah
Kin, one of the boys nrrcsted, was
found a letter that, for obscenity and
absolute lack of the firs' principles of
dcii'iiry, is wry seldom equalled.
NBW MARIN I! WAY?.
Within 11 couple of weeltn work will
he begun on 11 neu murine railway by
the O. It. & 1.. Co. makal of Its wlinrvcs
near the cattle pen Diver Lund Is to
hae charge of tin erection of the wnys
mid thej 111 be In operation In nbout
tun mouths. In llng tlie foundation
for the new railway It will bo so cor.-
btniottil so that It can be enlarged at
will. The rallna In he fmllt will
whin llnlshed accommodate ves-vls
iif l."ii tons nnd under. Tho now ways
will be a great m couimodatloii to the
lol'itnl schoouerj :ind yachtsnum,
' Ni:V KEEL LAID.
The 1,1 el of n new launch for
eniiiK lliothers was laid tt the jai.l
of 1'imlv . II111T011 last vc-cU. Tho
boat will be ready for launching In
about time months ami will ho n
vci powerful one. She Is to bo VI
feet long. Ill feet li.'iim and -1 feet
ilinuuht. Iter engines Mill bo of the
Union niiike with 11 ho-sepownr 'if
.T,. The whm-I will b sp. c-.blly built
for towing purposes. I'or eruisliig shi
will have 11 )uwl rig so that sull pow
er may he used. No name for tho new
bont has ct been sejo'ted.
Tiin Office Addition.
'Iln counter for the Tnx olllce Is hi
l. 11 e shutting off periiianently tho end
of the tiauseise corridor leading to
the education otliee. Underneath the
old nUKet the wall has been tai.cn
out, opening up c onuei Hon between tho
prisent Tax olllce and the addition. A
sk light litis been placed over tho ad
illllon In the ojk nlng f 10:11 tho Judiciary
coirhlor upstairs. The glass was" at
first painted but this making It too
(link Die paint has been wiped off.
RACK DAY 6ET.
New York, Sept. lrt. Tho 1 hullongu
committee of the Now York Ynchl
Chili. In confcrenLo with tho reprn
EeiitntUes of the llojal Ulster Yacht
Club, has deckled that the flist rncv
lor the AmciUns nip shall tnko place
on Thiirsdnj, September 20. Tho sec
ond luce will take placo fiatiirclay.
sepic inner z
CUSTOM HOUSI: CLOSIU).
The 1 UhliiniH hiniM. will bo elos-il
ill du tutnoilou out of respect to til'
memor.c or William MrKlnlny, Irte
I'm hide lit of tin Unit) d States. No
business other than tho entering und
clearing of mail sttamorH will ho
ChuinptnnK Will Hncc.
I oston, Seit. 1H. -Cre,oeiis and T'.'C
Mihott will nue at the Keadvllle tfnrk
cm Hii'iiriluy for the ft.dOO stdkrt of-
fen.l by Thomas l" uiwsnn, tho win
ner to take nil. Ken ham and Scan-
Ian, the oHiieis, came to terms today,
The gale- ruelpis will go to the chari
ties aire ail) designated by Lawsoiu
'I he steamer .Maul arrived, from Ha
waii this morning. The staincr Ha
wall Is cpe-ctiMl to urrUe this een'
NO IT- In Honolulu, Sunday, Septem
her :'.. Hull, to the wife of Bumucl
I' Noll, a daughter.
Loin tor RuhhIr.
St. IVtersblllg. S-pt. 19. It Is un
cle istooil that negotiations have al
ii ml) been loiuludeil with the Itoths
chlldrs for a l.ugo loan. Tho Czar's
Mt to Trance Is expected to farali
tut i' the placing of the loin. Tho sum
mentioned Is a billion fruues. It was
understood soon nffvr tlin llrst loan
that tt was mercl) it first Installment.
diiun Wat's Voney,
Ylctorla. tl. C Sept. 17. Tho Kobe
Herald s.ijs iiL" .bpanete Cublnet Is
illsciisslng the placing of Jupancao
bunds to Ihy talue of 50,000,000 yen In
Ah tun result o( a collapse or a
number of Jerry built houses at TTongi
leong, fort-three lives were lost up to
Montr, nl. Sept, S.Tho Duke and
Dm Ik ss of Cornwall and York Join--lie)
id I rum Quebec' to Montreal 'o
lu and were greeted with linolher .if
fee tioiiate ili'iiieiiistraiiou tiom the p o.
lile ol Camilla. 'I nej departed from
(Jiieiiec ut !i::su o cluck 11 tho momlin.
and tho Inst sound thnt lull upon thf.r
ears was n 1 he-er trnin tho peopl'i
banked around tl.e Cuhuillaii Pneille
Itallwin stiiliou, The) had HiH'iit tin
night nlioaid the Uphlr ami lamu
iishini' shoitly alter !i o'clock. The
KiimiitiKiUK hiii'i lul I ruin movlclril cs
I iflr In 1 1 1 t'fia t lia la. Iiitire I. taainx t l. .
I;.,. III.' (Mum whs I.. vctitltiB, niiil '-
Miun nK tin- were' uliorcl It went ",l" ' '""rm .c-iinii'' cium i ni-H'e-illiiKileiii
tln i.lu-th hI'oi'o nf thci zli'r cif (ho llullftln l'lilillhlilni; Co Is
St. Luuri'iicet on tliu roaa tu Montreal tin; ciiiiik mini vvlio cllil the vvorlc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
rurnlture for sale. See Kor Sale col.
umn on pngo 8.
The schooneis Ada and Wnlnlua nrc
expected from Kauai today.
Tho steamer Klnau Is cxpiitvil to
arrive before noon tomorrow.
Theie were but eight deepwatcr sail
ing vesscus In port yesterday.
See Itooin and Dojrd column on page
i If ou are looking for a place.
The Herman ship Slrcne Is now out
y2 d.is from Bremen for this port.
ltemtmher the at home of the Kllo
hann Art l.eiiguc at 3 p. m. tomoriou.
New goods every vvcek at Haffner
the Jeweler's new stand, IS I Hotel
Dr. .1. Atchciley can be found at 343
King street, next door co Opera House.
The Jiuht Marlon has been put on
the llcnlnnl nays for 11 thorough over
The senior nfllccr" (lag now fllc-i
tiom the small flagstaff at the Naval
Station. On nc fount of memorial sen Ice tu
morrow, postofllce will not open turn
' !' n1.
The steamer Noenu, alter lepalis to
her shaft, sills this afternoon for Ki
Games In the Pacific Tennis Club
tournament will not be plaed le
Ming I loo. Ah Hoy and Hong C'liong
lime been uriestcd on the charge of
A special meeting of the Hagles will
be held Sundio. See notice under
Henry Waterhouse and family
mine to the Peninsula this week to ro
main some time.
The steamer Mautia l.oa left on tlui"
today with a great many cabin an I
lu'i deck passengers.
The .Manna I.0.1 sailed today at noou
taking the Coast nnd Uiirnpenn mal',
for Maul anil Hawaii.
Japanese claims again 1 omiuandcil
the attention of the Klie Claims Com
mission this morning.
The b.irk OIinple will get away for
Sail rtauclsco this afternoon with
about IC.OOO bags of sugar.
Wmy Tn)lor, Coniiiilssloner of Agrl-
cultuie. lslted the Nuuaiiii forcct nur
sery und (limitation 1.. t morning.
Memorial serlces In rememhi.ince of
President McKIuIq will he held at thn
Rouiun Catholic cathedial nt 10 a 111,
Most of !lie sugar I10111 the' steiime"
Haualei Is going into io ship Ueeirge
Curtis. The Mauls sugar will go 10
Ah the Mariposa had but thii" da's
111 San KranclBco to iliac Inn o and
land she will probably not an he 11,1
tit tomorrow afternoon. ,
Hie Honolulu Stock & llond I'.x
change will adjourn this afternoon un
til Monday morning out of respect to
the memory of Wllllnm Mc Kin ley.
Superintendent Andrew- Drown hopes
for rain soon now. Hot li the Here
tunlii and Kallhl jiiuups bre going dny
mid night to keep up t e clt water
The Lund Commissioner's office has
been fitted with n counter a few feet
from the entrance and barring promis
cuous approach to the Commissioners
The barks Mohican nnd Alden Hesse
have sailed fro in San Francisco. The
former goes to Ojater Harbor to lo.ul
a cargo of coal for here while the
TJcssc ionics illicit to this port.
All ( A It comindcs met ie
quested to 1111 1 1 at It Ja 'ireens f
lice on Siitunlne mottling nt 1 '1 1 fin
the iiiiipoio of attending ri'iufirinl
services at Kawahilmo Church
Caiitalu W (' Itenny nppi'iired in
the Police Comt this forenoon on tie
charge of heedless diking Tlio lilal
was shoit. the nvlileiice Insiilllileut
anil the defendant was disc lunged
Ah llln, charged with larceny In the
second degiee, and one of the joung
Chinese caught hi connection with
late robberies in the citv. yns this
morning committed liy Judge . llco
to the Circuit Court.
The Mnlte-lllma football team will
pnii Hie at the usual time In Kakaako
this afternoon. At 4:30 p. m. tomor
row, there will be a practice game be
tween the Malle-lllma and Hackfelii
Poo Wall, the Chlnnmaii nrresle.l
the other night for keeping a illsorder
Iv house, was found guilty In the Po
lice Con it this forenoon und seiitene
ed to pay a fine of $. nnd costs lie
was represented by Attorney Magoon
A consultation regaiding the con
troversy between Captain lliokiiw ol
the reinless ami thn M. H. II. A. Is
being held this afternoon. Matters
will In nil nrohnhllitv he fixed up so
that the tegular cnglmei will leturn
to the boat.
Nakaamo. a native, wns very Imil'v
Injuied In the Ah l.eoug building. Ku
knnko. last night. It appears that
theie was a iliunkeii brawl nt the
placo, Nakaamo was set upon bj two
others natives and so seriously hu,t
about the head that It was ncccgsiry
to remove 11I111 to the hospital.
I' Maui he McMiihon writes fiom
San rinuilsio that he nud Sidney
Orcen who left In a sailing vessel some
weeks ago, had arrived safely at that
place on the 14th, The-y were on the
point of leaving for Passarohles on
their bicycles. 1 I"
Hie "Al-Vlsta" pannrumle camera
has accomplished the feat of covering
In n single expnsuio a scope of about
180 degrees. I'lvn street riming at
light angles inn nuw be photographed
successfully nt one exposure. Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co. solo agents.
The Rapid Transit case vvafc on In
Judge Dickey's court this inclining nud
will be continued thioiighoilt the utter
noon. The rase Is a ver lengthy otic
cm account of the great number of wit
ncsses It has hee'n found niccesary to 1
examine. V. A, Kinney Is appearing'
for the defendant, ltlie, and .1, T He'
Unit for the prosecution
The ilccointlons In mourning above
the noil 11 intiaiiiu to the Jtidd build ,
lug and Ihft iiilliei cutinnte to the
h.iuk of Hawaii, inn Hie most mtlstUi
mid best plumed In the city 1 he I
A Shoe made by the manufacturer. to sell for
The finest shoe at the price turned out.
Every pew feature in style and build, introduced
and s.hovn In this shoe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VICI STOCK.
BLACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.
hntirely new, only just being opened.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Our New York buyer has made an unusually good deal
and will (jive you the benefit of it. He closed out an entire
stock of the beautiful "Derby Shirt Waist" at 40 cents on
the Si. co, and we have just received thenoods. T!ue waists
are well-known to :ood dressers as being the best fitting and
finished of any manufactured, and this ock is of the very
latest cuts nnd styles.
Sale Begins Tuesday morning, Sept. 24
And with 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. ::::::
RErtEHBER that this stock is open for inspection whether
you wish to buy or not, and we will be pleased to show them
to you. YOU CAN'T APFORD TO fllSS THIS SALE.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIS J. HUTCHINS,
iVlcIlNERNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
In Honolulu to buy a carpet, to
furnish one room, or ten, to buy
for cash or on credit, to have
furniture repairing and uphol
ster) done, Is : i s
J. Hopp & Co.
Ceil. KliifV unci liethul Kt
I HART It CO.,
' rilE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I I Ine ke Cream and Water Ues.
ChQt.ol.itr and Confections.
ItiiHlncHS Miiu'h LuiicIi
'The tot in the city; tcioa.m to 2 p.m.
The New Men's $5.N Shoe.
The Greatest Inducement
we have ever offered I I I
At40c on the$l.00
Less Than Half Price I
How Can We Do Ut
FOR EVERYBODY !
M O N U A V
We will Hell
Crepe Tissue Papers
l-OR 10 CHNT8 Hlncjle
pull, or 61 (or 11 dozen
poIIh. AIIi Colo I'M the
Hiune price. 1 t 1 I
All the LiiteHt
KcioIch In Htoek
Hill Port Street.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept 27, tool,
NAME OF STOCK
Pi 14 t
C. iffwff Ik Company. Loootvc
II S SlchtDU Co.l'l i 6o(km
L.H. Ktrr Co,. LtJ t9o,eo
Ei PltnftttonCo ...
HiwlUnAerlculturlCol 1,000,000) loo
nawinancoRi Kbu (.0 1,111,730 ieo
nawaiian sugar v.o ... .ooq.oooj
nonomu aufir co
HonokaaSur' Co .
Hi'ku Sugir Co .,
ICahuku Plantation Co
Klahulu Sujar Co
Kcloa Sugar Co ,
Kona Surar Co at
pi up J
NahlkuSuCo LtJ at 1
" pi up
OahuSuar Co ,
I.ei) oool fo
1 tMy.oooj loo
Ookala Suar Plan Co
OlitStl Co. LtJ. at I ' Ms,
OIK Su Co LtJ. pi up
u.owiiu coirriny . .
Puh4u Su. IMin. Co
P.cllij Su.-.r Mill ..
Pal, ll.it.llon Co
PepwWo Surar Co
Ploretr Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co Altei
Walalua Agr. Co .
Walluku Surar Co.
Watmafialo Surar Co
Walnaa Mill Co
150 ooo teol
Soo en foot
, SOO.ODOl 100
Wl Jer Slum.Mp Co .
l"l!fllanJ Steam NC
iaanan tiectrlc Co
Mutual Telethon Co .
v.nu rcy ox Lana Co , ' t.oooooo loo'
Ptorl, a Ice K l'( Co' ija ooo' loo
..7 ..;.. . jz "
Flnt National Banle .
FlutA.S Hank i T. Col
Hllo k. R. Co. o rercent
HiloH.R.Co 6prcenl ,
Ion. kafll Tranilt.. '..
Ewa Planial n 6 rer cent .
Oahu R tk LanJ Co. it c...
Oahu Plamallon 6pc .
Olaa Plantation 6pc. .
Walalua Atrlnil. 6 r c ..
V.ILLARD E. BrcOWN,
Halstead & Go:;
on Suga. Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stexki
mo bonds carefully and promptly eeaitJ.
Ground Flour, Judd Building.
Postoflice Box 300. telephone 169.
Judd & Company
Flrt and Life Inturane Agents,
8tock and Bond Urokern,
Real Estate Agents, j
Rents and Bills Collected. ;
American Arithmometer Co,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 6(7.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss!
Nainsook and all over Embroicl-
ery. Real Terchon nil' over
lace in black and white, newest
desin!, and finest quality. A
bi" choice at - - - . .
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
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