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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULC. H. T., 3ATUIIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1801.
It 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.
is 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 a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particuhrs, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
tf Tin re tire lots of people who do not
jHth I now how easy It Is to preset e uud
T finiiie for homo adornment, tho miiny
artistic pictures onu comes across
. tlusi-ila)s In somi! of.tho mnguilnes
PlGtUPGS one sees reproduc tlons of in world's
masterpieces, which mounted mid
, finmeil with glass and binding uro In
w f O T1 Q fl good tnste, fit orniiments for ail) loom
( " In ) our house
i,J At Home .
9nL W Ihii in cr) thing necessnr) In
j- our Stationer) Department. Complete
fll Wll M!.l.tn f I'nsM-l'uitout Outllth with book of In-
1 Wall, NlChOlS CO., strumous
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...IS A GOOD ONE...
HECAUHi; YOU GUT
the pureHt nd most
wlioleHome klndn that
It l poHHlhle to buy ;
the klndB tlwit ensure
jjood heulth unci lonji
lite. Hjou loeyour
little ones, show your
clootlon hy purcluni
ln)i your (irocerlcB ut
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT bTRl-LT.
Telephones S3, 24,
P. O. Box H80
HIS INSURANCE POLICY
Clev.liml. O. Sc.t. 20 -Finance to
tnonoH will saj- -,-he amount of Ufa
Inauume tarried by l'iel.lent McKln
lj has hem n subject of considerable
rtLi-n-Kiim In the newfiupirsurj boiho
of the Insuinnce Journals rlnance haR
neiutulnid that Prebldent MeKlnley
lairlid $11 ',"00 In life Insurance poli
cies, vhli n weie illstitlmteil as follows:
J100.0WI euih lu the Kqultnble Llfo.
New oik Life and tne Mutual Life
Insuiunie lompnnles of New Yoik;
JlU.uii'i In the Connecticut Mutual and
$-,W) In the Michigan Mutual of Dc
trult t ,
I'lesldent McKlnle) was written for
$,tiU0 ill the Michigan Mutual Life In
1S7J, which for ten )cnru remained and
then was luci eased by another $J00O
polhy w'lltteu by Joseph S S.ixton.
I'm n numbei of )ears he carried a
pollc) of $1000 In the Conectleut .Mu
tual Life, which was taken out when
there was no agent of this company In
Canton, O , his old home, and the pay
ments were made direct to tne cjinciu
nutl genual agent."
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
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 am.
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 Uitted,
AllLLIONS SEEN G01NO SEA
WARDS SCARED BY THE
AND LOCAL EDITORIALS.
People wonder that o simple a de
vice at the Skeet-Oo should be to very
effective In driving mosquitoet awa.
Thlt apparatus bringt out all the
"scaring" qualities In the powder thet
tne pett dislike and It far more effect
ive than burning powder. It makes
the use of powder more economical
and leaves none of the objectionable
features of smoking powder, whlci
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 Skeet-Ca.
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 Skeet Go today.
Hobron Drug Co
TORT AIL KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. HackfeidTCo., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY7"
(ii ueral IteportlnK ami Tpi'wrltltirf.
Ted Itliio :iill Bee cind Hour Kllto
1) n. in, G 45 n m.. or later hy en-
1 ho strike, situation In San Trail
clsm Is from nil r poN wci'so thnn
en: Tin- striken uro p'sortln In
Uolenou on nil sides ami tho lives of
workinin niu not snfe. From pit!
IIsIhmI nexounts of tho tiuifjla It up
pears that tho strikers hao boon di
rect l connected with Iv, j killings in
Oakland, nntl many nssaultu hae In en
committed In San Francisco. Heud
lsli ntti mpts to break the wrlsttt ot
ttoikmcu taught by the strikers hno
been tirade, In nn effort to so dlrabUi
the norkem an to iiiYu. tliem for duty,
without killing them.
Work nt the Oakland molo with thn
ship Is golni; on pretty well, but un
der n ctronfi armed Rtinrd. It Is tho
Rcnei.il Impression of passengers nr
rlliK In thu Mariposa this morning
that tile situation will b-como much
worse lufort- It Is si tiled nnd thlngj
have umiu to such H pass that blood
shed mid rlo, are looked upon as al
most ininwildablo unless either ono
nlile or tho oth-r roakus a compteio
the (omtilrto tie up which existed
tor some tlmo has been broken, nnd i Sncrul coniert on the ground of the
business Is ki pi Kolr.g aUhouRli haui- Capitol Sundaj afternoon ut 3:30
peml. This Is k.Uw; the merchants 0-c0(
hojie, nnd mr.klLg tho htrlkers desper
ate, mid tlm anticipated cIuhIi, wheni Geo. Ilaffncr, the Jeweler, will ie
It does eoine w II. be R ery serious onu moo on October 1 to 1113 Masonli
for nil i one. rued
An alarm of (Ire was turned In nt
al,,...!. 7 ..Monk In,. !. Tim
blaze puned to be In Halley'a cyclciy! Thc ""nolulu Creamery. Ltd.. will
on King street. n.ir M.iken. Tho do- l,c,l;cr m,rc frc8h cream '" an' l,art
paitment responded ery quickly andlof tllc c"- Sec 1,(l "l,l,cr Neu Toi,a
In Km than fhe minutes after tho Position desired by an experienced!
alarm had been turned In, the chemical I
and two other engines were on tho ' pondent and bill clerk. See Want col
W. II. Coolidge was (lie man who A clerical position Is deslied by a'
went llii-t to the rescue. He kicked ' gentleman of some ablllt, und with I
open the door upon notliliiR tho the best of refuemes. See Want col i
smoke. Coolidge siimn:oii"d others to umn. I
his aNtnnce and then sut In thoj
The fire wns In tho repair shops at
the r?ur of the building and spontauc- j
oils combustion Is looked upon as tho
cuiixe. A large number of bicycles and
other things of alue In the shop nero
Hinoed 1 willing hands. I
J S. Halle), the proprietor ot tho es
tablishment, arrhel soon after tho
imiiih- nnr illiil-I 'UI1UUI, JltJ mini
i.... .. .. ,.i ., .i. ... ....... i
...V..J "lin ..Hi. 1. 1 ., .miv VVUl.li .1. tl -Jf '
cle goods In the plnce and that thero
was J'.uoil worth ot liiMirance. Not
mi' j Hindi damage wuit done.
lliii) It not been for the prompt nc
tlon of the tire department anil cltl
ziiir the result might nave, been ills
list i out.
1 BOTHA MAKES
1 W WE
l.imilun, S pt. 19. A dispatch from
Lord Kitchener, from rrctorla, dated
.September 18th. announces that tho
floeis, on September 17th, ambushed
thiee companies of mounted Infantry,
with three giis, commanded by Major
Rough, in the vicinity of Sctieeper"
Nek. After s-ero fighting the Ilrltlsh
weie oeiponeitd and !ot tin Ir guns,
the sights nnd bie-cli blocks of which
wne first detro)ed. Two officers and
foin li en nun weie killed and five offl-
uis ami twent)-fhe men wero wound
ed. l'le oflliers and ISO men wero
ninde prlhomrs Major Gough, who1
CFcitptd during tin night, reportR that,
the lions iiumbi-ri-d one tnouRand men,
ninl that the) were commanded by
Clt cut, il rienc nreports tlint Com
iiiindiitit rinintr, In order to break
thioimli a ituiloii rushed on n sipiiul
run of tin- rinvintctnth Lancers at
Kkind's Hlver I'nort, killing three otfl
ccrs and twenty men, und wounding
one officer and thirty men. The Doers,
who were ih eased In khaki, and who
wne mistaken for Ilrltlsh troops, lust
New Yoik Sept. 1W. A oablo to the
Sun fioin London sa)s: Lord Kitchen
er's illspatch shons that the Ilrltlsh
arc In a worse position even than the
insanities ludiinte. It is no longer
doubtful that the Hour bailors arc
iri luned to nnkn tonutftr tactics to
unit Hie new Ilrltlsh methods, which
wne to be udopti d after ivpteinbcr 13.
The Intuition of thu lljors Is to make
a detei mined i Ifort tn obtain a strong
foothold both In (.'ape Colony and Na
tal. Tim situation U acute, unit thero
will be Imiuidlatu repiisuls on the
niltlsh Inhabitants If 1bo forfeiture
and Ij. minium nt clauses of Kltclicuur'n
proi lamallon niu cuiiiried
1'tieiht Is i luxe to Natal, and It Is
nioie than likely that Botlni has al
tend) liivdded that iiimtry t he fight
at ThiKiisiI was lu the middle e.istmi
pnitloii of Cupe Col m where th"
couuti) Is most dlllliult for the ilrlt
lsh tioopn und the Iniiahitants are
laiftel) pio-Uoer. It Is teitnln that
the lloeia will nttimpt to make it vlg
oi inir. ninl uggicsslve iiimpjlgii In Drlt-
Ish li rrlloi). The grass which is now
beginning to grow on the veldt, will
U iluc i- the illsadvillitHgis of the Doers'
shortage of stores.
A lable to the Sup from I'retnrU
t-.i) k It Is leportul that llotha. the
Hoer iiiiiimatulir In ililf has started
his Intended laid Into Natal with 1500
men He has one Cm iMit gun and ouu
Stiaiigi i Didn't I understand you to
pi) )ou'd Just come from tho Buffalo
Imposition? How did )ou like It?
Chance Acipiallitaniu Pooh! I I'm
pool Utile p.iltr) two-periny-half-pcnny
nftnlr. Don't bealn to eoninarn with
.StiniiKir-Inile.il' m tho way. how
lite thliiKS 111 ClilenKO now? l'uete,
(iiltht te thc niosqillinen very
lb i.e allium! hem this Bummer?
I'm iiior Naw ' The'll cnmo and cat
nut of jour hand .Meii'H Magazine.
Win n j on arc In trouble, ever nntlre
how timidly jour friends ask: "Any-
tliliiK I inn do for you
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The John C. l'ottcr lias nrrlied at
T. K. Key worth lias returned from
Pram Is .Murphy arrlied from Hllo In
Leslie Scott nnd (Uorgc lluus ha
returned to Maul,
0. N. Wilcox of Knual retuined lu
the Mariposa today.
(1, C. Hewitt, manaecr of the plautu
tiou at Naalchu, Kitii. Is In the city.
George Sttatcmejcr Is back again
after a Islt to his home in the c.iit.
Tho bark Albert sailed from th
Sound for this port on the llttli 'Hut.
The bark Ceylon Is at Irnigard whnif
tahltiR ballast. She will sail Tuesday.
Ouc bundled sake tubs for sale nt
the Fountain saloon. Pnljmni 10 rental
llev. W, M, Klntald. pastor of Cen
tral Union church, retuined In the Ma
rlpoj. Dr. J. Atcheiley can be found at 343
King street, next door to Opera House.
A Indies gold twitch has been lost.'
ltewnrd ut this ofllce. See l.oit minimi
on page S.
Don t niles the big clearance sale of
ladles shirt waists nt I'aclflr Import'
Co . beginning Mondaj morning,
opcintor on S. I". typewriter as correl-l
A m.w ghli1(,,0 t0 taKe , ,,,
0f the burned structure ut Kawolhae.
Hawaii, has been erected nnd Is nm
Mrs. George Herbert, .Mrs. Xoonnn
nnd Mrs. i: 1) Tenney retuined In the
Mariposa this moinliig nftti a lony
stay on the Coast,
Roy H Chaniberlnln, Colic i toi of In
ternal Iteenue. Is biuk fioin n lllug
.. , r. .
tf'P o the Cuast.
lie Is iiitntupnnlnd
by his wife mid fiimll)
nieajcnla. (leo, Wilson. Khlhnle. An
tone I.cwls. John Ankut and Xakamiiin
were all nncsted this mninlng on the
charge of agrnnc. No other nnests
up to the noon hour had been made
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Ki nit Market when )ou w.uu
fruit nnd vegetables. He nlnus has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephune .Main
Hupci Intcudcnt of Water Works An
diew Drown reports that It Is now Im
possible to suppl) water to Mauua val
ley and other higher levels lu tbe all-
burns of the clt) on account of the fall-
ure. to secure sufficient rains during tho
past few weeks.
Among the arrivals In the Klmiii
were Captain T. K. Clark. Miss Hose
Davison. II. II. dclir. J. M. I.lttle, Ui.
C. h. Stow. David Lawrence, O. I'.
Kinerson, Judge Oulbraith and wife,
K. S. I.ldgate, I.. A. Thurston. John
Ilakcr Jr., ami C Heilemanu.
An "r.Ieg)" wiltten b) Ollvei lliln-
bridge on the Lite President Mi Klnley
w11' " found ver Intiiestlng unci full
pt bright expiesslve thoughts which
ns a memento of un evint In the his
tory of Ann ik a should not be mlssul
Copies at Wall. Nlihols & Co
The ' AI- Ista pnnonimli iiimein
Iiiih nicompllshid the feat of covering
In a single exposine a snipe of about
ISO ilegnes rive streets inning ut
right angles tan now be plintogiaphed
successfully at one exposure Hono
lulu I'hotii Suppl) Co. sole agents.
The Young Women's Christian AS'
nidation will hold Its annual meeting
for icports and election of officers, ut
the hall of the Young Men's Chrlstluu
Association Monday evening. Siptem
ber 30 ut S o'tloik. Miss Gorton will
tell of Asuoi Istlon wtuk In S)dney.
All membeis me eordlull) Invited to
High Sheriff III own nielved the
news by toilii)'s Klnnu of the death of
a Japanese pluntntlnn libmei, Tiituikii
Sentaio, at Lnahlnii on the ?.Sd lust.
The clicunistiinies conneitul with the
death of the mnn being somewhat sus
piilous, a Coroner's tiupiest was ordei
Cd. Cion an examination of the body
by the government pli)slilau, It was
found that death bail bieu due to hell
berl. Among tile ai rivals tn the Marlposn
from San I'lauiisto this moiulng wne
the following 1'. C. Atheiton and
wife Mis C O llergci, C A. Hums,
W. fl. Cneipei und wife, C 11. Ilemen
wa) and wife, Mis. ( I'. Hind, l" Ilus
taie Miss Hustacv. Jus Klrklaml. Mi
1 W. Muefarl.ine. T. O'Dowd.i. Mrs J.
nudcrklrk, I', K. Itichardsoii nnd wife.
r. O. Sodeigren. H. M. Walsh and .1 T,
Woole) und wife.
Cunt m. 0.. Sept. 20. Klioi tl after
noun tnilii) Mm. MiKlnli-v exiircRSiil n
ilcilio to In- taken tn the lemetery.
una ri'iiuciii nun rcaiui) urci'iii tu nr
Dr. Itlxey, wlin, with mi a'tcnilutit,
rsiorteil lier to a clewed irirl.iKi'. Thry
wore accompanied liy Mrs, limber.
At the cemetery a crowd which
quickly i;atlierrd ahout the larilneo
was dispersed liy the holdlerK tin duty,
and Mrs. MeKlnley was ililwn rnei Hie
lawn illicitly In ftont of the ault.
The mllllarj Kimril Kae a formal 1
!"' When she saw the beautiful ar
" "f flo"'1 nleies Mrs MiKlnlej e.
piessed Kiatlllciitlnn, hut was apple
lieiiaho lest Injur be done In hei hiw-
baud a bony,
DunUli Sept 20 l.nipi lot William
lias innfiired tho (liiind Ctot-s of the
Ordei of the Ited IIiibIo upon 1'ilni
Chun, head of tho Chinese nilfslnti of
PMilitlon for the inuiilei nf li.no'i vu
A Shoe made by the manufacturers to sell for
The finest shoe at the price turned out,
Every new feature in style and build, introduced
nnd .shown in this shoe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VICI STOCK.
BLACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.
hntirely new, only just being opened.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
At One Half Their Value
We are overstocked with Shirt W.itsts
and must dispose of our present stock
in order to make room for our immense
amount ot poods just received by the
Mariposa. We promise yo i extraord
inary values in tills sale and assure von
that you will not be disappointed In
coming to see us. : : : :
I'HICU REDUCTIONS AS fOLLOWS :
li-cncli Zcpli)i- Wnlnts In Pink, Itluc unci Itlncl. nnd
White StflpcH. reduced fpom S'i.'iR to 81.50.
Cluiinbry WnlHtH In nnrrovv hH'Iiich, 12.00 tinel l.itR
i-ccliiceel to I.OO.
All our- Lawn WnlHtH, 1.50 nnel l.'iR reduced to 75c.
Cluimhi-y WnlHtH with enilirolclerecl front, S.OO rc-
cluceil to I.OO.
Cliuinhry WnlHtH In millil colorn. Pink unci Itluc. tucked
front unci buck, reduced from '2.00 to I.OO.
'One lot eif Striped l.iiwn WnlHtH reduced to HOc.
One ciihc IUO Bed SprenilH, rejtulnr I. .'15 iiuillt) on mile
tliln week nt 1.00 each.
You Saved Moiey Last Time Yon
Came to One of Our Sales ;
You Can Do It Again Now.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CL1INTOIS J. HUTCM1INS,
McINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
In Honolulu to buy a carpet, to
furnish one loom, or ten, to buy
for cash or on credit, to have
furniture repairing and uphol
stery done, Is : : :
J. Hopp & Co.
Cor. Klnci mill llcthcl StH
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I Inr Ue Cream anJ W.iter Ues.
Uiucolite: and Confections
ISUHlllChH Mill! H Lunch
The best In the iltv ttiioa.m to sp.m
The New Men's $5.M Shoe.
FOR EVERYBODY !
Wc will Hell
Crepe Tissue Papers
HOIt 10 CHNTH Kindle
roll, or 1 for n ilocn
rollH. Alii ctiloi'H the
Hiune price. I t i
All the LntcHt
IJOllliH In HtOCk
.'till Vitfl Street.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Uulletlu Publish
S AmP & mnclt
The San Krancliro Chronicle of thu
ICitli Instant pitbllihea tho following
story of a joung man at last acrounti
said to be a resident of this city.
William Stuart Wehiter the Riy
jniiiiR society man or this city whos
disappearance during the early pan
of thc month caused much talk, ha
been located In Honolulu. Adtlcei
from the Hawaiian mitrnpolls are to
the effect that joiiiib Webster arrive I
there scleral weel.s ago amt lias been
llvliiK ery quietly He had made a
rloits lattH to the Island before anl
had figured considerably In Honolulu
society, hut on his last Islt hii kept
out of slaht. Klthcr tils new mode- jf
life or a tit 01 remorse struck him for
hi' nttempteil to Impersonate a passn
Rcr from the Doric ho had lert th
ship nt Honolulu nnd reach San Krati
Cisco The purser nnd stewaid .lU-lOM-red
tho fraud, however, before
imttlnic tn sen and Webster was sent
nshore on thn pilot boat.
Webster's sudden disappearance
caused consternation anions arloiu
people, as he left while owlnit lari?'
sums of money nnd failed to render
nn accounting to nn Insurance flrtn
for whom he had been colli c tins Oth
ei people mournod the loss of nrtlcle
such as dress suit cases, hair lirushcn,
eniii'H and wearing appanl.
Wm nn Rolug .iwjj for two weeks,
"Two wicks W) If joii hue as
much stjle as we pntend to hae jnu'd
ten away for two monthi, and glxc
Rlrl n rest " Indlanaiiolls Xcwie.
m m -
Hi You apiienr to be nlarmlnKb
lanornnt In horticulture I'm afraid
joii hardly know one flower from an
other. She (Juess jou're about right Not
een graham from white Uoston
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To-
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mer
VILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichwgt
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executjj.
Ground Floor, JudJ BuIIJIpk.
Pobtoftice Box 300. lelephont 16a.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected. ,
American Arlthmc.neter Co,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
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 white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - .
E. W. Jordan's
10 PORT STREET.
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