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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 home with fine furniture
and are aatltfled with amalt
profit, which you will tee on
getting our prlcet.
Vltltora are alwayt welcome
at our ttore, at the corner of
Fort and Beretanla ttreett,
and we will be glad to thow
our atoek without expecting
you to purchate unlett you
Coyne Furniture Co.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry minefal powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill tu a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the .
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall. Nichols Co.,
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...13 A GOOD ONE...
BECAUSE YOU GET
the pupcat and most
wholcoomc kind thu't
It Ih possible to buy t
the kinds that ensure
good health and long
life. If you love your
little ones, show your
devotion by purchas
ing your groceries ut
H. May 4 Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
P. O. Box 386
30T RBIN8 MIXED.
tii..... tv-n n ip'v laughable slg.-.t
mi llethel street between 10 and .1
o clock this forenoon. Ah Chal, a
garbagu Chinaman, was driving aloins
in his cari. Theru were hardly nny
vehicles In the street but Ah Clni
managed In come way to run into tli
carrlago of II, Bergerseu, tho mswliu
The carriage wns piled up on thu
horse, wlileh animal went Mirawlln
Into tho street. When seen by Captain
Patkcr. the Chinaman was noticed to
be pulling away on what looked like
tho ruin that would tnlsu him out ol
When the l,lnanian wns taken lnla
custody it was found that, during a
nap on bin ion. ho hnd got tho relnt
mixed so that, when ho thought he
was pulling In one direction, ho wis
really pulling the other way.
"Hear about that Amoilcnn young
woman paying 11,000,000 for fi cigar
"Get out!" .
Act. I bellee It bad a title or
THE UhAU HAUiW
emnlovt two of the moit skillful and
'experienced white bakert In the city
'to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
tome and tanltary. Only the very belt
'material and flour uted for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other atylet of Bread.
Thirty Loavet of Bread for OneDollsr.
Doughnut, 8nallt, Bum, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cake and Lady Finger
out at .. 7 a.m.
Jelly Roll and Layer, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, 8quath and Pumpkin
Plea out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Plet out at ?..10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclair and Cream
Puff out at 11 a.m.
Cookie and Macaroon out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cake any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Tlicni arc IcitB or people who do not
Imciw liow cany It Is to preserve anil
tinini- for home adornment, thu many
nrtlsttc- pictured one comes ncrosH
tlic-so iluyH. In some of the magazines
one sees reproductions of me world's
mnKtcrpleces, which mounted and
framed with glass and binding ure In
Rood (ante, At ornament for nny room
In your house.
It 1k easily done.
We have, everything necessary lu
our Stationery Department. Complete
PuHfte-l'artout Outfits with hook or lu
MILLIONS SEEN dOINQ SEA
WARDS SCARED BY THE
AND LOCAL EDITORIALS.
People wonder that so tlmple a de
vice at the Skeet-Oo should be to very
effective In driving mosquitoes away.
This apparatus brings out all the
"scaring" qualities In the powder thst
tne pest dislike and Is far more effect
ive than burning powder. It makes
the use of powder more economical
ana leaves none of the objectionable
features of smoking powder, which
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-Qo,
or they would not spend their money,
Th.w m n.iul Th.u'll T..M all turn
claim. Money back If they don't. You
take no risk. Get a 8keet-Qo today.
FORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeidjfc Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Tel. Hlue 2011. Second floor Ellto
9 a. m., 0:4C p. m., or later by engagement.
AGREEMENT ON ANSWERS
CONCLUDED THIS MORNING
Question of Jury Later-Committee on
McKinley Memorial Resolutions
Attorney Admitted to
Argument on the motion to strike
out the answers of four defendants to
the Pearl Harbor naval station's con
demnation suits was concluded at It
o'clock this morning and Judge Estea
took the .niHtter under advisement
Only Hatch & Sllllman for tho Oahu
StiRur Co. argued ngalnst the motion.
J. J, Dunne for tne United States
Government, contended that the
nmeuded answers were everything bad
In law because they were inconsistent
with the original sworn answers. These
ndmltted nil the allegations of the com
plaint -excepting two of then to bo
true, while the nmended and unsworn
answcis deny all of the allegations and
put' the Government on tho proof of
Mr. Rllllman claimed In reply that
the amended answers but followed iho
technical form of practice In tho Hawa
iian courts and. briefly, that the Gov
ernment's exact pleading against them
I altogether too punctilious under the
The iiuestlon of Jury trial for the
cnes will not b considered until the
fate of the answers .Is determined.
Judge Kstee, on motion of Mr.
Dunne, appointed a committee on Mc
Kinley memorial resolutions, consist
ing of J. J. Dunne, representing th
Federal Court: Justice Galtn-alth, the
Supreme Court; Judge Little, the Cir
cuit Court, and F. M. Hatch, the Dar
Fred. V. Mllverton, of Hatch
Bllllmnn's ofllce, was admitted by
Judge Kstee tills morning to practice
In the United States courts oi this
The l.lhue ( Kauai J Drcumrli: Club
has made great preparations for its
minstrel show which Is get for tho
night of October 4. People from nil
oxer the Garden Isle havo niado their
arrangements to be present at the
bbow. Thd program will constat ut
two pirns, ns follows:
Stein Song Uy thu Company
"Who's Dat Say Chicken'
: H. D. Sloggett
"Honey. I'll llu Your Man"
...' V. H. Uico, Jr
"My Southern Queen" U. I., llnm'i
"Uoo-Goo Eyes Emll migrant
''.My Hannah Lady"
F.' J, Ltudermann
"Mammy's Uttta Coal Hlack Hoso"
E. St. C. De Lacy
"O Promise Me" Ed. Palmer
( Look, out for the police.)
Quartet by company's quartet.
Selection by Sanborn orchestra of
Comedies by K. C. Yaugban.
Cake-walk by local artists.
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
Mr. HeaBley Coon and MIkh foaiiim.
Mr. Snowball Jackson und Mlu
Mr. George Washington Smith am1.
Miss Conllna D. ShoaUy.
Mr. Koonslng Singer and .MIhs Haus
A meeting of the c'irectorB of tha
Honolulu Stockyards Company wiu
held yesterday for the purposo of find
Ing out the exact standing, financially,
of tho corporation. The directors were
most pleased to And that tho affairs n
the company are In such good shnpj
that almost dollar for dollar could be
realized on the assets.
A committee was appointed to le
cure bids on the property, to be sub
mltted at a meeting of tho stockhold
ers Ktt for October 10. The stockholil
ers will decide at that tlmo as to
whether they will bell out and renllo
the money put In to Hurt the stables,
or continue, the business.
Tonight for the second fline in Hono
lulu will be staged what Is rightly
termed "the rago of the world," name
Ir. "The Ilelle of New York." Tho
plan Indicates a crowded house as thu
performance really deserves. No real
ly honeht critic can pick a flaw In ths
pioductlon. Each child taken Its part
as If It hud been born to It. Thut little
numel, Miss Daphne Trott 'vlll again
be seen us Miss Cora Angellquo and
Master Willie Pollard as Ichabod. To
nlc.lit and Thursday are tho last twl
pcrlormances of "The Delle." On Sat
uic'ny next "The Gaiety Qlrl" will he
sttged. At the matinee doors will open
at 1:30, peiformance at 2 sharp. Pa
trc.iib will note that the following popu
lar prices are now being charged: Or-
chiKtra and dress circle. $1; family clr-
tie, 7." rents; gallery E0 cents.
CommltMlnncp Boyd Gone.
PnmnilHftlnnerB P. .7. TeatfL nnd A. N.
Kepnikal go to Maul to Investigate
nlnmie Are claims nn that Island. Mr.
Testa left In the Klnau, going by way
of Uiliainn. and will join judge ne-
potKai, who leaves in cue uiauaine, at
The Ilulletln has received samples
from the plant of the Fountain and
Mineral Soda Works. A more refresh
ing beverage could not bo fmaglncd.
The postponed dance nt Murphy ball
will take place this evening, beginning
at S:30 o'clock. Prof. Sharpo's orches
tra will furnish the muslo.
Francls Murphy 1c ves for tho Coast
on Thursday! There will bo a tare
well meeting In Murphy hall tomorrow
Victoria, Australia, has
acres of gold-bearing land.
STOCK YARDS MATTERS
EVENING BULLETlH, HONOLULP, H. T TUESDAY,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A trcspassjiottcc appears under New
John Kocnln was arrested yesterdr.V
on the charge of vagrancy.
The steamer Iwalant towed the bark
Ei.tore Into Elcele on Saturday.
One hundred sake tubs for sale at
tbo Fountain saloon, Palama; 10 cents
Dr. J. Atcherlcy can be found at 343
King street, next door to Opera House.
Oco. Haffncr, the Jeweler, will re
move on October 1 to 1113 Masonic
It wns so rough at Walmea, Kauai ou
Saturday that the Walnleale had tu
ranclng nt Walklki Inn tomorrow
(Wednesday) evening. Solomon's
quintet 9111b ..
An auction sale of household furni
ture will take place tomorrow morning.
See column on page 8.
J. M. Vivas, the attorney, left for
Kohalf In the Klnau today. He will be
away but a short time.
Richard Ivers and bride have return,
el from their honeymoon trip to the
other side of the Island.
The Mctropolc on Alukea street far
tuinlshed rooms. Sec 'Room and
Ucnrd rolumn on page 8.
Miss llncon, the Instructor In physi
cal training. Is contemplating IcaWuu
for the Mainland before long.
Notice that the August term civil
viilonclar will be cnlted again ou On
toher 2 appears In this Issue.
Rev. W. M. Massle, pastor of the tor
clgn church at Walmea, Kauai, return
ed from Manila In the Coptic
A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, Is about to take a
vacation of ten days in the country.
A warrant has been Issued tor Man
uel Vnsconccllos, charged with assault
and battery on a. Russian. Maczkowlch
lion work for the second floor of the
Young building is now oelng put Id
pcsltton by the big gang of men ut
David Kokl, a well known athlete of
tbo city, died In Walmea. Hawaii, Sep
tember -0, of pneumonia. Deceased was
31 years of age.
The time inr receiving bids by tli
Honolulu Rapid Trnnslt & Land Co.
bos been extended to October 3. Ji
notice under New Today.
Mr. C. F. Srhermerboru of Mor
gan's auction room Is taking a vacn
turn. During his absence; Mr. Morgin
is personally attending to nl sales.
To demonstrate their ability to ex
tract teeth painlessly, the New York
T)ental Tarlors will pull teeth free of
charge on Friday nnd Saturday n-.ut.
laborers have begun on the makal
wi:ll of tho remains of the Hall build
ing and the work Is progressing rapid
ly A few days will see the wall down.
John A. Scott, manager of Walnaku
plantation, Hllo, returns home In the
Klnau from a flying vlsti to the capl
tal. He says everything looks well
Mr. Needham retires from the Re
formatory School, after many years of
Incumbency, owing to the Infirmities
of advancing age. He has Just passed
hU 73d birthday.
A reception and social for Mr. aud
Mrs. Klnrald will be given In Central
L'n.on church, on Thursday evening of
this week. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. has two
grades of Plntlnotypc phologruphlc pa
per, one grade being not much more
costly than clox und gUIng effects
like old etchings.
Seat In Honolulu Stork and llond
Kxchauge will be offered for sale. Of
fers to purchase should be made prior
to Wednesday, October 10, 13UI. Sec
notice on last page.
II. A. "llgclow of the firm of Kin
ney, Ilallou & McClanahau. war,
among tho passengers in the Klnau
for Wallukii. Maul, today. He goj
to represent certain persons beforo tin1
Fire Claims Commission.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Tho proposed practice game of foot
ball between the Maile-lllma und
Hackfeld teams has been Indefinitely
postponed. Neither team Is yet In
good enough condition to warrant even
a practice game.
Judge Wilcox Is still III and he wm
therefore unable to attend to tuci
work In tho Police Court today. Judgo
Dlckoy took his plnco but continue 1
all thu cases to 1:30 p. m. nn account
of an Itnpnrtnnt cao in his own coutt
which ho considered should taKu pic
edence. T. II. Olbsoiii former Inspector
General of Schools, wns this morning
appointed Superintendent of the Re
formatory School In place of V. G.
Needham. resigned. There were six
ra.;(ydutfs. Some minor mntfers of
rotiXlno were disposed of by the Com
missioners of Puhllc instruction ut the
Augustus Paul, the laborer who fell
from the second story of the Young
biock yesterday morning. Is renting
very comfortably at the Queen's Hos
pital. Mr. Eckardt said this morning
tlinl theie might be injuries to the bead
bid as yet, nothing had developed. If
nn complications arise, Paul should
mend very rapidly.
W, E. Rowell went up Into the sec
ond story of the Post Ofllce building
tHs morning and failed to properly
secure his horse. The consecjueucc was
that the animal started up Ucthol
slieet, Officer Toma raptured the ani
mal, but instead of taking It to the
police station, he secured It to the tele
phone pole outside the Post Ofllce.
The police authorities tiro still
nminlng into tho case of Win. Hoopll,
alias "llarofooted Dili,' As yet. noth
ing has betm discovered ngalnst th
man. The flue gold watch which was
found in lloopll's possession when ho
was anestcil Is being bold by the noi
lice, who am In hopes that it will lea 1
to tho conviction of the man, whu Is
supposed to have been concerned 111
OCTOBER 1, 1901.'
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
and shown in this shoe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VICI STOCK.
BLACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.
Entirely new, only just being opened,
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
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 yoa extraord
inary values in this sale and assure you
that vou will not be dissappointed in
coming to see us. : : : :
PRICE REDUCTIONS AS FOLLOWS :
Hrcncli Zephyr WnlstH In Pink. Illuc and Klack nnd
White 8trlpe, reduced from 62.35 to 81.50.
Cluimbry WuUts In narrow HtrlpcH, S.00 unci I.S5
reduced to I.OO.
All our Lawn WcilHtH, I. BO and I.!t3 reduced to 7Sc.
Chnmhry WoltitH with embroidered front. 2.00 re
duced to I.OO.
Chamhry WnlstH In Holld color. Pink and Hlue. tucked
front and back, reduced from 2.00 to I.OO.
One lot of Striped Lawn Wultttti reduced to OOc.
One cntcc 120 Bed 8prcadn, regular I.3S quality on Male
thltt week at 1.00 each.
Yen Saved Moiey Last Tine Yon
Came to Oie of Our Sales ;
You Cai Do It Again Now.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,'
aF aX" HA .Sr AVB
MclISBRNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
In Honolulu to tuy 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. King and Bethel Stx
HART & CO.,
HE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
RiitilnctM Mun'n Lunch
The best In the city; 11:30 a.m tozp.m,
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.it' !ftstoV. MiV'NJ.',!i J, J.'itltiiti,i
r 'i T.i j -,. . rTOi t
,Ttr,-Tf;', -w "I A t-mumm
The New Men's $5.M Shoe.
FOR EVERYBODY !
We will ell
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENTS single
roll, or St tor a dozen
rolU. Allicolorn the
tiame price. 1 1 1 t
All the Latent
BookH In Htock
:iHJ Fort Street.
Blank bookj ot all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
1, . , 1
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Sept. 31, toot.
NAME OF STOCK I S?P,"'i ?! Bll Utkri
C. Rr.w.r A CnmBtnv . .
L.H. utrr at co,. lu..
B PtanfiltAn Co
Hanni PUntitlonCo .
ruwtfitn gon a su .o
Honomu Surr Co . .
HonokaSu(r Co ..
Hku Sufir Co . ....
o It f)
0 J to
tOB a.. 110
) 00,000 1
Ktnuku pi nun on .o.
Kltttl Plant Co ,Ui...
Kiahutij Sufir Co, ..
Koloa Sufir Co. ...
Kofi Surar Co.. at. ..
' f4 tin
Onoma SuarCo. ...
Ookila Suvtt Plin. Ca
uiowam uoirpiny ,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suear Mill
Pala Planutlon Co ..
Ptptt keo Sucar Co .
Pioneer Mill Co .. .
Plonwr Mill Co Aimi
Walatua Ajr. Co ,
Watmanalo Surar Co
Walmea Mill Co
Wl dr Steamahln Cn
ltirUtan4 Steam N.Co
iara an tlectrle Co
Hon. Rapid T.& Lan4Co
Oahu Uu aV t mm -.-
Ptoplt. tct ft R'l'f Ho
Flrtl National Bank
First A. S. Bank &T. Co
Hawaiian Gov -percent
Hllo M. R. Co. 6 recent
HHo R. R, Co. 6 recent
Eva Plantat'n 6 per cent
Oahu R It Land Co. pre
vsanu f laniauon ope
Olaa Plantation A p c.
Walatua Acrlcul.6 pc
V.ILLARD E. RrtOWN,
fialstead & Co;;
on Sugat Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangt
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly ewcuUJ.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephons 169,
Judd & Company
f Fire and Ufa Insurance Agenta,
Stock and Bond Brokers, j
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected. J
American Arlthmi.neter Co
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
8t. 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 ovei
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
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