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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. MONDAY SEPT. 30. 1901"
It a matter of the utmost Im
portance to the new house
keeper; It take a great deal
of judgment to get what you
want without expending too
We take pride In fitting up
new hornet 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.
' Fort Street.
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 particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
Wall. Nichols Co.,
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...IS A GOOD ONE...
BECAUHfi YOU GET
the purcHt and mottt
wholeoome hlndtt tlmt
It Is possible to buy t
the kinds that ensure
good health und long
Hie. If you love your
little ones, show you !
devotion by purchas
ing your jirocerles at
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, PORT STRLKT.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
O. Box 380
BURTON HOLMB8 HERE.
i:. Hiirfon Holmes, tho lecturer who
vlplted Honolulu Juveral jears ago ou
a luitu're tour. Is a throiign passvliger
In tho Coptic. After leaving liete Sir.
Holmes traveled eteuslvcl" In the
States lecturing ou Hawaii, he haWng
gathered much uiatcrlul and Hindu
ruany moving pictures during his visit.
Ho (3 returning home (rom Japan und
has. bIiko last here, made the circuit
of the globe by way of the new route
lif" St. I'etershnvg Sir. Holmes .w.-H
urcbent at the great review or tna
Hussion troops by Czar Nicholas and
was fortunate lu securing a splendid
motion plcturo ot tho Kulcr or all th
Itusslas. Sir. Iloliuus Is now en imitn
to Chicago, where ho will prepare an
. . '
Aloanalua, tho IHy Hawaiian lad
well known about the stteets of Hono
lulu, was arrestPd yivstenlay on susid
clon of having lobWl tlie YVollsiy
home In Walklkl of a new suit of
clothes. He appeared lu the l'ollto
Court this forenoon and was commit
ted to the Circuit Court for trial.
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
Oluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at . y. 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 am.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at . ........ 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at .m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 -m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
There! nr lot ot people who, do not
l.now how easy It Is to preserve ami
linme for homo adornment, tho many
artlstle pirtttroH one comes across
thchci das. In eonio of the magazines
one sees reproductions of ino world'
mantel-pieces, which mounted und
r rained with glass and binding ur In
good taste, fit ornaments for any ro-in
In your house.
It Is eiifllj done.
We have everything necessaiy in
our Stationary Department. Complete
l'asse-1'aitout Outfits with book of Instructions.
MILLIONS SEEN QOINO SEA
WARDS SCARED BY THE
AND LOCAL EDITORIALS.
People wonder that o almple a de
vice as the Skeet-Go should be ao very
effective In driving mosquitoes away.
Thla apparatus bring, out all the
scaring" qualities In the powder tht
tne pest dlalike and la far more effect
ive than burning powder. It makes
the use of powder more economical
and leaves none of the objectionable
feature, of smoking powder, which
to .ome it more disagreeable than the
When cu.tomere come back and en
dorse them by buying more, it show,
there mu.t be merit In the Skeet-Go.
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 8kcet-Go today.
Hobron Drug Co
l-ORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importeri and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Sts.
OackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACfc RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
ficnefal Heportlng and Typewriting.
To!, lllue Still. Second floor Kllto
!) a. pi., 5;tG p.
m., or later by eu-
PEARL HARBOR GASE
IS MI IN III
In tin- United Stalls District Court
tins morning tne land condemnation
piocpciluiHH uf the United States Uov
eriiinenl lor the l'eari Hat bur navul
station were again In motion,
J. J, Dunne tor thu Government pre
muted the motion o which ho had giv
en notice, to strike out tho answers of
(our ol the defendants, viz.: Uowsett
Kslate, Oahu Hallway & Land Co., Ho
nolulu Plantation Co. and Oahu tfugar
Judge KcU-e Interrupted the govern'
oieiit attorney when lie proceeded to
make criticisms as common to three
uf the iinnwois. The court wanted to
know ir tho motion wan to be argued
In iniiullnis or separately. All the de
fendants were entitled -to separate ar
gument If they desired It
.Mr. Hllllmau referred to the Hawa
iian practice and said lie had no objec
tion to linUug common argument (or
all the casii,
Mr. .Stanley thought It made no dif
ference. Mr. Dunne then proceeded with his
Judge Hstee said ut the outset that
the court would nut proceed until all
the Isiucn were Joined ami asked for a
btatenicnt of what parties were repr-
it trautplied In answer to the
court's Inquiries that Chung Ah Koo
bad not been Bert ml with tho com
plaint i'tvause It was found he had no
Interest In. the lands, ulso that V. U.
Irwin was practically In default for
(allure to answer.
Among others tbun already named
theie were present ut the hearing At
toriiejg Whiting, Uigelow, and W. N,
Armstrong, Captain Pond, U, H. N.,
and V, S. Dojge.
Tho who ,aw the Lllllputlaua in
"The lielle of New York" Saturday
night with one accord pronounco mo
performance tliu best of tho kind tli.il
has eer been given In Honolulu. Tho
claim has been made by the manage
ment of the company that this opera
is the one In which Uie Lilliputian)
are to he seej at their best. This c:m
wen lie believed, "ino uelshn " was
moht exK'llcutly pliijed, but when it
compared with "Tho Hullo of Now
Yoik.' as It wni given by the Lillipu
tians. It certnlnly pales.
The management of tho stngo nnl
the effects produced weru most ovctl
lent. The ctmtiimes wero rich nnl
most pleaslui; to tLj eyo. Tho uctlcn
thioiigliout thu play was itlwayn nat
ural and therefore grr.eeful, Tim con
kequeiieu was .ut tho t1ireehourH
taken to produce tlm opera passed iiv
Special mention should 1)0 mado or
Sllss Alice riinnttlo, tho young lady
wlio plnji-il the title role. Sho was
equally letclilng in tho costume' of u
Snlwitlou Army lassie hk alio was m
lent of a premiere dnnsctiso. Always
graceful In her movement!) about the
vtugi', jiossesslng u voice of inro qual
ity ami a mot expressive conn to
uauce. It was to bo expected that she
should take the House by storm.
Master Willie Pollard, ns tho elder
Droiihou. was as excellent In his part
as was .Miss Ueunetto in hnrs. Al
though suffering from a bad ankle. hi
pla.M-d his pint as If there vMrn really
nothing ut all tho matter, llowover,
ut times hu couid be seen to wlnco n
If a good evening's entertainment N
desireu. "The Hello of New York'' la
recommended. It will glvo anyone t
new- lease of life and chasu aw.iv
every testlgo of tho "blues."
This Monday evening thero takes
place tlie nineteenth annual camp tiro
of (int. W. He Long I'ost, G, A. It., ut
the home of Sirs. J. N. Wright. King
and .Sheridan streets. The' following
Ih the program:
lntroductoryr-V. L. Katou, I'ost Com
ranging "Tenting on tile old camp
Heading "The llattle flag of Shcn-
iiudouh," liy Ceo. H, McClcIlan.
Hecltiitlon "Our Has." by Mrg. O.
Sluglng "llall round tho flag."
Toast "The Arm)." by Major Ilou-
luson, D. S. A.
Sliming "Slaivhlng through Qeoi-
Tcii-1 -The Navy," II. S. 0. White,
V. S. N.
AliiRiug "Star Spangled "Banner."
Toast "Tlie ('.. A. U.," Judge Little.
".Musical talk to the boys," Prof. B.
To.ist "Tho I'reslJent ot the United
Htuti-s." Col. Tho. Pitch.
All Mijournlng comrades and Sons ot
cord Inly llnvltcd to b
Hcaluul Cluli will have regular hours
In whlih they maj disport themsilves
at the iltlllhOtlfiO. They liaVO SO In-
creased In numbers and activity thnt
the senior members of the club weic
having a hard time to get Into the
house and stay there. Hereafter the
boja under sixteen who ore 'member
must conllne their operations on week
ilujg between the hours n'f sunrise and
p. tn. and on Sundays from 1 p. m.
Slates are already being put together
for the new officers of the Henlanl
Yacht und llodt Club. It looks as if
there would be about three tickets In
the field this election. Jack Atklnfcon
the present captain and vice President
fl. II. (Jem are prominently mentioned
?s ramllnutr. for .1,0 prclncncy while
Sam Walker nnd Jns, W. Lloyd caih
linvo h host of partisans.
A lino oil lalntlns ot tlio Liti
ITi'dlilent .Mclslnlcy U on view 111 tlm
nlndowBof tlio Mclnerny store at Witt. tain tiiintiror of piojioity niiulu !y
mid Miri'liiuit streets. It Is (lie prop Viimiislilmu, now lianltruiit, It Ih il
crty of (Jco. C. rUiiituineyer wlio li.ul li '''''''l thnt n transrHr or property, vnl
(ixpunily painted In Ban FrancUio, lied at 3wo, to tlm Uofenuant lea tlimi
.,, ,, ,, , ronr montlm foolurn Tnniaslilum of III-
W. O. Duiiner, icprefcent'Dg the New , was B(j,,Bert i,,,,,,,,,,,,,, waa
nrk Herald und lioblon Globe Is with made, Smith i. I'uraoua appear lor
lit,- wife here on u IeIL llho Iruatee,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A purse has been loat. Sec Lost col
umn on pnge 8.
Kwa stock sold for $23.25 on ex
change this morning.
The steamer Lehtia sails this aft
ernoon for Molokal ports..
The Coptic sails for Ban Francisco
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The schooner Kl Dorado will sail for
tho Hound tomorrow in ballast.
One 'hundred sake tubs for sale at
the fountain saloon, t'alama; 10 cent
U. 0. Holt writes from San Krancls
co that he Is greatly Improved lu
Dr. J, Atcherlcy can be found at 313
King street, next door to Opera House.)
Geo. HalTncr, the Jeweler, will re
move on October 1 to 1113 Slasontc
Notice of administrator's sale of leal
rstate Is published on last pnge, estate
of I'll I Pannewa.
An angling cluli will soon he started.
Horace J. Craft and H. Herbert nro
tho leading spirits.
Hack33 and cur 31 of the electric
railroad collided in front ot the Ha
waiian Hotel on Saturday.
On account of the southerly weather
the bathing at tho beach yesterday
was not as enjoyable as usual.
The f (earner !arlposa will nail foi
San Francisco Thursday. 1 he hour cf
departure has not yet been set.
Tlie schooner Walalua arrived from
Hanatcl this morning. She was be
calmed off Kaena l'olnt two tlnys.
Judge Little's time was taken up
with motions nearly all morning. Ho
Is now hearing a Jury waived case.
It. YV. Congdou is no longer con
nected with the Dowers' Merchants'!
I'atiol. Sec notice under New Today.
Some much needed repairs to Ala-
n.'il ufct-not nrn l,nl,f- m-nln ft-.im 1.1m. ... '
r... w..vk ... .(. ...Ullb .... n ,w
the power houso of the II. It. T, & I.,
. Tho snip Florence nrrlveii tills morn
ing thirty days from Tacoma with a
cargo of coal (or tho Oahu Hallway k
Among the uirUals from Kauai ports
In the W, (!. Hall Sunday were the
following: A, Fernnmlex, I'. Spitz and
The Tramways-Rapid Transit cast.
Is still on In Judge Dickey's court. It
will be a day or so yet befoio tlie caso
can be finished.
There wa1 an advance In the pile-5
or Hawaiian Sugar stock this morn
ing. Ten shares sold tor JIM? and five
shares at J2H.25.
A large squid was (aught near tho
Channel wharf yesteruay. It meas
ured five feet from the tip of one tentv
clc to that of another.
Queen l.llluoKalnnl, accompanied by
I'rluce David Kawannnakoa, worn
present nt tho performance of the l.lll
putlans in the Opera House Saturday
l'hll II, llnnkey, who went to the
Coast a short time ago for a visit, re
turned In the Slarlposa Saturday. He
has resumed his old position on tho
The newspaper boys of the city are
talking of a Press Club for Honolulu.
There are enough news writers In the
city to guarantee a club of no mean
Kleakala. George Wilson, Ktnilial:-
Antonn Lewis, John Akai, rsauamnni
and John Kcpano woro all sentenced
to three days' imprisonment at haul
labor In tho Police Court this foienoou
on tho charge of vagrancy.
Notwithstanding the fact that J. A,
SkCandiess says tlie police aie dis
couraged In the matter of making ar
rests of vnfcruntH, seven appealed In
tho Police Court this forenoon,
There Is a great deal of speculation
us lo the out) ome of the ISulletln con
test among the baseball players. It Is
said that there will soon he several
other bright tturs In the firmament.
Don't forget Camarinos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
f i ult and vegetables. Ho always has
on hand a frcsli supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
A game of baseball played yoslorday
between the Aala and Kallhl teams at
tho polo grounds resulted In a victory
for tho Aalas. The score wbb 10-7. The
Aalas have played eight or ten games
now and have noier been defeated.
Owing to Illness, Judge Wilcox was
unable to preside over tne District
Court this forenoon. His place wnn
taken by Judge Dickey, who finished
UP all the ordinary cases and put over
thu contested cases until a later date.
W. J. Knglaiid, the plumber, appear
ed In tho Police Court this forenoon on
the charge of iblatlng Section 3 of the
Plumbing Regulations of the Hoard of
Health, Ills case was continued until
The Invitation singles lu tenuis will
begin Wednesday afternoon at the
courts of the Ueietanla Tennis Club ou
oung street, P.ntrics close Tucsd.iv
,,, 5 p, m, nt person s, Potter's. All
U.vcis of tennis are Invited to attend
The following cases were disposed ot
In th Police Court this forenoon; Oli
ver Ivupule, cruelty to animals, $10
'Sweet ICuialla, druuken-
Less, tl" n'ml inatsf Sum Innn niwl wife
. disturbing the quiet of tlie night, $3
an, eosts each.
The "Al-Vlsta" panoramic camera
has accomplished the feat of covering
In a single oxposuro a scope of about
ISO degiees. Two streets running at
right angles can now he photographed
successfully at one exposure. Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co, sole agents.
Some unfeeling man has sprung t It la.
awful thing on the public: "A famous
robber escaped Deputy Sheriff Chlll
Ingwurth this morning. Cnllllug worth
gave chase and Just us the robber turn
ed a corner, he dropped a cent. Chill-
' c , " ,--
Ingnortli stepped on the cent, and tho
Clmrltm II. Kulrcr, tnibtrc. Iian
IiioiikM milt ngnlnnt II. IlacUrcid &
(:iIm i (, eulllly , Bc, n8(lu u cw.
A Shoe made by the manufacturer to sell for
The finest shoe at the price turned out.
Every new feature In style and build', Introduced
and shown in this ioe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VICI STOCK.
ULACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.-
Entirely ntw, only just beina opened.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
j At One Half Their Value
We are overstocked with Shirt Waists
and must dispose of our present stock
in order to make room for our immense
amount of goods just received by the
Mariposa. We promise yo i extraord
inary values in this sale arid assure you
that you will not be dissappointcd in
coming to see us. : : : :
PRICE REDUCTIONS AS FOLLOWS :
l:rcncli Zephyr VVnlstH lu Pink, liluc and Ultick und
' White Sti-lpcti, reduced from 82.25 to 81.50.
Cliuiuliry VnltH In nnrrow Htripcn, 2.00 und 1.25
reduced to 1.00.
All our Ltiwn YVnlxtK, 1.50 and 1.23 reduced to 75c.
Chinnbry WulHtH with embroidered front. 2.00 re
duced to 1.00.
Cliamliry WultH In Kolld colorH, Pink and Hluc, tucked
front nnd back, reduced from 2.00 to 1.00.
One lot of Striped Lnwn WulHti reduced, to 00c.
One cone 120 Bed SpreiulH, regular .a5 iUullty an Hale
tlilH week nt 1.00 each.
Yon Saved Moiey Last Time You
Came to One of Our Sales ;
You Can Do It Again Now.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCH INS,
ajaM' BL I
krli",t II i, Jr '
MclNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
In Honolulu to tuy a carpet, to
furnish out mom, or ten, to buy
for cash or on t relit, to have
furniture repdlrlng and uphol
stery done, Is : : :
J. Hopp & Co.
Cor. Klnti and llcthcl t
HART & CO.,
rilE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Pln ke Cre.im and Water Ices,
Lhocoliles anj Confections
'UuslnertH Mtin'H Lunch
The best In the city: iiioa,m tojp.m
The New Men's $5.H Shoe.
FOR EVERYBODY !
We will Hell
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENTS single
roll, or $1 (or u dozen
rollH. All colorH the
Home price. I I i I
All the Latest
KooLh In Htock
:ill) l:iirt Street.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgors, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish-
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bend Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept. )o, loai.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtf S: Company . .
Ew Plinlitlm Co ....
Hinna Plintitlan Co..
Hiwllltn Com. ft Su Co.
Hawaiian busar (o , . , ,
Honomit Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co..,,.
Haiku Sugar Co
Katiuku Plamatlon Co..
Kltahulu Sugar Co...
Koloa Sugar Co..
. ... m
Kona auiar l.o.. at.,..
vanu sugar Um ,
1 600.000. too
Ookala Sugar I'lan. Co.
viaa au. M.. LM., ai T
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
PaclM Sugar Aim
Pala Plantation Co , .
Pcpcakco Sugar Co . .,
Plonatr Mill Co
Plontar Mill Co. Alw
Walalua Agr. Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co
tOO 030 lOO
lUrai Co ..
Waltnta Mill Co
Wl d.r SlMmihlt. Co
'HflilanJ Staam N.Co
Mutual Talaehon Co ..
a 90,000! 1
Oahu Ry k Und Co.
i-aopia a let K I g Co
Flrtt National Rank
FlrilA.S. Bank at T. Co
Hawaiian Gov j par cant
Hllo H, R. Co. 6 ricnl
HiloR. R.Co. op.rcanl
Ion. hapil Trantll.. ,.
Ewa Ptantat'n A -m. rA,
Oahu R - Land to. pr c
w.nii rianiaiion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua Agrlcul. p c
SalcB 25 Kwa, ,25.25: ill Ktra, 25.
; 10 Hawaiian S 11 car. S2i': & Hawaii
an SitKar. $20.25.
V.'ILLARD E. BROWS,
Halstead & Co;,
on Suga. Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Excluuge
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly txecutti.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnt.
PostotTice Box ,90. relephono 169.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Real Estate Agents, j
Rents and Bills Collected. ;
AGENTS . v
American ArithrrK.neter Co-,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stsngsnwald -Building
Tel., Main 223. p. O. Box M7.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid-'
ery. Real Terchon all over
lace in black and white, newest
desiyns and finest quality, k
big choice at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
LaateftBfW., Jwim'sJfr'Ji&uu.., . .yl'lvi, A-.. . ,