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EVENIN0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., KIUDAY. OCTOI1EK 11, 1901,
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nnturjil 8pnrllln
Wntcr hottlcil nt the
ZollhnUH, - Gcrmnny.
The Favorite ol New York
and London Society.
UUIIdlllllJ) thc Htnclnpd
from timon the itilnci'nl
wntcrB of thc world hy "The
Lu.idonLiincct.' The hlghcHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I'OR 25 CIJNT8.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being us"d 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 ami see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
YOU KNOW THE
WE HAVE THE
WAUL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
-And we nro receiving hy ov--iji-y
steamer and Hailing ves--scl
ahundnnt and fresh sup--pllea
-Aa well as tho usual staple,
-lines. Our delivery system
-Is porfect and your order,
-whether telephoned or left
-personally, will reeelvu
-prompt and uccurnto ntteiitlou.
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tell. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
A reward of $'-M has been offered by
the sheriff of Naano'county, Texas,
for the apprehension nnd arrest of
Harry Kdstrom, who abscondul from
Corslcana, September 7, with funds be
longing to tho Petrolaut.i Inn Works
Co. It Is the opinion of tho suorllf of
tho county mentioned that I dstr Jin Is
now on his way to Japa.i, China or tho
Philippines and, for tint leason. a i'e
si'rlptlon of tho man irw been lent to
Sheriff Hrown. IMstrom Is about 'U
years old, his height Is S feet 7 Inrhi
nnd he weighs In the neighborhood of
145 pounds. Ho has light brown hair,
hluelsh grey eyes, uo beard, Is slightly
stoop shouldered. Ho draws down tin
corner nf his mouth In a peculiar man
ner when talking und Is Inclined to
drink and gamble. Kdstrom served
with tho 10th Pcnsylvanta Volunteer
In tho Philippine Islands uud speaks it
Fino Job Printing at tho Bul
employs two of the molt skillful and
experienced white baken 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
Qluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, 8nalls, 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.
Lemofi, 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,
Hy Anthony Hope.
By Ncllnon Stephen.
COLD IN THE BACK,
That's nil. Maybe you'xe had It ai
thought ou were getting old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER tho mos:
eurntlvo plaster made will fix It nil
right. Leave It on a few days. A
crutch for laino backs. Two for 2Ji.
STOP YOUR COUGH,
Hud colds are plentiful. Hero's n
cine, hut tako It In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUQH COMFORT tnkt.1
right hold of a cough seems to go
straight to thc sent of trouble. On
doso kIics relief. Pleasant to tal-
"Zu and 50c bottles.
These h-' days are productive oi
headaches. Theie Isn't any renso i
why you should suffer when you can
get n speedy nnd safo euro In taking
ouu of the famous HEAD-EASE pow
ders. This Is tho most popular rumi -dy
In these Islands; -jc bo of twel.i
Hobron Drug Co
FORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sti.
H. HackfeidJJ Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and "typewriting.
Second lloor Kllte Hid?.. Hotel St.
At olllco 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 7fi.
At bouso ovcnlnes; Tel. Illuo 2611,
Th- following iciolutions by the
Merchant' A'roclatton on thc tloiitli of
Prcltlent McKlntty, wuro forwarded
nn the Ift't ntcamer:
Hy thf Merchant' Afjoclatlon nf Ho
nolulu, Territory of llnwnll.
Wlierean, In tlio death if Wlltlflin
MeKlnl"). President of the United
Stnles. (lie world has lost one of It
most efllrlent and consclcntloutt rulers;
this nation In lot nno of Km nlilcjt
nml most eall(?htened inumbcrs, whom
life n iltl7en, soldier, Ktatcsmnn nnd
rieMdnt hag lieen mirh ns to make
him n moii worthy of all emulation;
this Territory linn lot a frtend who tins
done mueh to promoto tlio welfare nnd
enlinncfl the material prospcdR of nil
Its reient; nml IiIh family has lojt
a irottor whose loving enre and
inillnne nn never ho replaced.
He It tliereforo resolved, That In
thl trying time w do add to th" Ren
etnl eipreton, that nf our paii lieirt
felt furrow nt the iltMHter that linn he
fallen mankind, tlio los which Iuih
heeti mstnlned by tlio -tuition, nnd our
appreciation of nil that was done hy
him for the Interests of this Territory;
nnd that e do furthermore extend to
Mis. MrKlnlvy and the, other member
of lily family In this their great iiflllr
t!o:i our :no-t clncert Mymputh) mid
Am' bt It further resolved. Thnt
thef resolutions ho Hpread upon thc
mlniit of the Association and thnt
loplec he engrossed nnd forwnnled In
.Mrs. M-i.:iI-y und to Hon. A. n. Illteh
ioK. Seirlary of thc Interior.
ly C C MACI'ARIiANi:.
n v. w :nni8,
NL WINoLOW IN TMLE
l)r Wi ,nl w - 'ntly KOMTninrut
physl he ;: the Hoard of Health nt
Kool.-i'i, ;in'' Mlsn Madge, a hilinijl
Icnehvi ,-it W.iU'jole Hi'hool, eie nr
teste- last nlgliton tlio charg" of as
unl and bjitery on Jdwa I.ill. u 111
a alias ttrl, ar,0 11 Tears.
The . harge agi'pKt Vlnilow l a
inns s-iloi o:,u and Miss Madge '
harked w Th .ilittlm: ilia nlhucl
crime mpaty Sherin Chllllnwoith Th' A'erh-un MeNstngr Kxpren
.vent down the road this morilug for ''" 1,IU' "I'-n"! their nlllce In the
the pmpoFe ,.f Invelgatlng the iuHt.pi,,w"'' Temple and are now ready tc
tei and king nvldeiiLe for (he proe-ido a general panel d.llwiy ntislncks.
riitlon The ease wljl tome lip 'a thc ''' Ih"lr "'' l""'1'' is""-I'olh-e
i" mrt tomotrow niornii'K hut I son was horn to the wlf-of Sam
Rill iind.i'We'ly In- .i.ntlliueil limit a m, j,. ctil. morning, After breath
later dute. ,ll( I,,,, ., ,.w i,,.rt Jhi,, ih,. liifiini
Th- Aor.'atiU.'.ii- Ho. orret tif Wl'i -
an.i ..iif ii.in;u w-r lahen oer,
the 1'a'i ven-rday hj Olflror Ah Cn
nnd wen deli:e,l to tho Deputy Sher
llY of Ko'il.-ni. They vero sorv-'d and
the hall wa fA.'d tit JIUO cicll.
I)r Wlnslow was, until vorv,re ully
goierntnent physician In th.i Koolnu
dltlrl.'t. His resignation was Imnued
In a few dajs ngj at tho rcqucs: nf tho
Hoard of Henlth He enmo here rlinut
Hire, years u'i as a Hurgenu In tho
Sit on.) ,"i. t! States Vohiutrcr lln
plneers. heie w t I r rl :aeetint; of the (' II -
7cn ro'iinutt" in tba drill shed at'
T'.'id it'i hit li thit evening for thc pur
-,r .., .u. , ,e ,.,-
pose of talking oe
a iiionuniHut t i th
the I i itf.l states At that time, n I
suti-i'oiiinilttt't HI be chokcn to meet I (leorge Mibej, former puri-er of tpf
with like bodl.-s from the Chamber of Mokolll win. arrented last night on tie
Cumnieice, Men hatith' Association, tin1 charge of UM-ault and battery on u Ja
Jnp.iri-i-.-. Cbliie-e and others that sent lia' ' A charge of malicious Injury
memorial' on to Washington, for tlmi'" nlN lodgtd against him. In the
purp.no of talking oyer tho matter I'ollie Court today, defendant pleaded
mggeeted ftery member of the fill-' not guilt ami th,- ease w, nt over nntl'
zii' (.'oninilttex is expected to b pris- tomorrow.
ent at the meeting tuulghl.
NEW WIKIWIKI WAGONS
A new r i i i deltvt ry company U
now bidding 'o- jinpular favor. It t
the Ainerl aa MtsMeuKir Kxpress t;o.
and works In oiijuuctlnn with thu
AniTlian .M-s-iger h'ervlce. The new
Cuniern li.ib -everal light delivery wa
guin- kept 'on all as are. nacks. Pack
ago iiiiiy b,' dniivervd and called foi
fiom any parr oj th city and pleies
weighing nut ninr.i than seventy-llio
jm iuih will be tanillvd with quick dis
patch. Tin new eoiupaiiy will not en
ter the legulnr exprew business but U
meant to hatullrj small pieces. A mild
mum hn-gh nf tn icnti. Is made and
for the largos? p., k igns carried seen
ty cents will H ..hrirgnl. The carry
ing of e o d. p.. Itbtp-H will bn mini 'a
speela! feRt ire !o:- which a small addi
tional charge will I Hindu. Packagei
to te'i poundf v. eight vlll bo can led
lor ten- lents Tim new company Is
now open and I'wdy for business and
tarllf , ords will he sent to those ask
ing for tlie.-n Tel, phono Main P.
when la need of u protupt berlc tvt
Tllh BARNA 1l CIKCl 8.
Thf H.irii.ird Coiupauy Clrcuts
Vnrlctler, after having p!acd a long
nnd prosperous M-ason throughoiil va
rious phi ef n A.isir.ui, will soon glvA
a series of performances on thu
grounds opposite tin Hawaiian hotel.
Men ar now husy gtttlng the plain
Into shape Th" rirst perfnrnianio will
be given on Monday evening, October
14. Tlu- .titnpiiny has In addition to n
full eiiulppii band, a mimber of per
fiuiulnv uiles, iIors and monkeys.
Among the perforun ri! are Mr. and
Mis. (Jus St. I.eon, thu famous fancy
iindtilck riders, and I'etilu llthcl, the
greatest (outortlonlst before the pub
lic today Frank Heverley and Kdllh
Dnnvers am alo membrts of tho com
pany. Nightly performances wl! In,'
SuWiili for tlio AVICKKIA
"UJil.IH'lX, oiil' li'J per annum.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The bark Coronndo will not sail thU
Thc steamcr'tlnnntet from Kuttal ar
rived this morning.
Wheeler & Wilson sr.nlng mnihlne
Bee Tor Sale column,
Kxtennlvn r pairs arc being made to
thc Pacific Mnll uharf.
Kle or six room lions,', (cntrally lo
cated. Sec Want olun-n.
The Jnmes Mnki-.' wtnt on the taa
rlne railway this afternoon.
Notice nf extension of term of .lodge
dear's court published today.
The schooner Kcllpsc units for Kona
ports this afternoon nt .1 o'clock.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1849 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Judge Kstee has bm elected a mem
ber of Honolulu Commander', Knlghti
You can get a full slied tool glass
of Rainier beer at thc Pantheon Sam?
Shingles painted with PrlCKLES?
PUr.Si:ilVtN'ri PAINT -a III not wnrp.
i tack or decay.
The' cannon mooring bit nlong the
water front have recMitlj received u
new toat of p'llnt
Thi- steamer tlaiialel Is loading conl
nt the Navy wharf for Kuuul. Sh
v. Ill sail tomorrow.
The brig Oeneva nrtivd Imm San
l'nnclsco this nrtemunu, die made
the run In mteen days. N
The srnnoncr llobert I.'-wers will sail
tomorrow or Sunday for the Sound
with 400 tons of scrap Iron ns ballast.
Quartermaster General l.udlngton U
Hxpeetcd here from Manila In the city
ot Peking. He will remain some time
Mrs, K. S. (1111 will open dievsmaklug
parlors In the Huston building at room
41S. Further .mnonniement will In
A iirht run from llotioluhi Hround
Ford's Island and return Is proposed
for next wiek. .Nearly nil the bouts
I will partlclp4t-.
I The gnsolliiH schooner Felln,. inlN
ut a new port on this trip. Sh" lina
been clinitxit.li to stop at Pual.o on
Hill trip In futuie
The bark Allmt fiom Sfattle arrlud
this morning after an unwntful trip.
She brings a large g-iifrul mrco and
n diek load of lumber.
The steanoir Ciillfiirnhin at the rath
'mail wharf Is putting her cargo out
wr) (pilikly She will get away for
I Knhulul about ll.t end of next week.
!d,d. Tho bod lll bv taken to Pear'
Civ t is afternoon for bur'n .
The Junk taken as ballust from th!
iltj to the Sound by the Mhoouer F. S.
Kedlleld was iimde to pay duty as It
Mis not aoompanleil hy the riijtllru!
Kitltlcate. Jliy duty amouuted tc
j The work of feui Ing and curbing th-
NiimiI It sanation Is going on rnpldl)
From Richards stleet along the Ala
.Moauii to Piiuehbiml n tlfl"-n foot sldt
walk will be conMrtu ted on the niaiikj
I hide nf the road. No xhlewnlk will t
pluieil on the mnkiil rdd-.
I I.ouo Kalalkl. the collector of fuutl
I for t hurt lies, appeared again In tin
1 l,,ll,.u ,,.,,,., ,1.1 r... ii.. i . ..,
1. ,. , , ... ,.,... ,.
! Ieue,l to lu iihriilii,.,! x'1.., o fr.ttn lln.
( v , , ,,v ,
I ry Kmiiis for a ehurih that was fount
.. , . . ..... .. . ' .
(mt Ia,r , , , Attorney Kan
Oil I he.
The fiiiirt nf T ppeals filed lt.i
ileilslou wltfi Asm sMir Pratt yesterday
ufteinoon. The findings of the limit
cover several htmdieil pages of tpe
written hgal cap. a ilwislou being tiled
In eer Individual appeal, Something
our nluei) eases were passed oil by
the Miurt. I'olleitor Pratt has decided
llllt til gle out the llellsllllls till 1 1 1 ll,
has hsiked them uver and submlttcl
the pupils to Trtasurr Wright.
Y. Walker, a caipeuter formerlv
rmp!onl at the O.1I111 nnd Honolulu
plantations, appeared In the Polh
Court this forenoon on the charge of
vagrancy. He was found late at nlghl
oil the Capitol grounds, sound asleep
The defendant eAplaliml that he hail
been walking ull da.v' hunting for win k
and. Iielug v,r wmr.v, he had taken
posngslon o( one of the hem lies on t lit
Cupllol grounds, onl Intruding to I'M
for a llttli. He had then fallen ashep
.Sheriff llnmil Midi hi. lielleve.l the mail
had hi en looking for woik and asked
thai he be discharged. This was grant
ed h Judge Wlkux.
JORDN BKKAKH AN ARM.
0, A. .Ionian, son of It. . Jordan,
met with an accident on the campus
it Piinahou .vestirday while praetlclni
lth his football team, Young Jordan
,( has alwus been known as n fearless
rootball player and a line sprinter. In
the practice game yesterday, he ran
Utter a p!acr tin the opposite side who
hail the ball and vuis making for the
fneni's goal, He made a jump to
tackle but fell short. He i aught his
opponent with hlf left liaml but thn
limn whs not siroug euoiigu, i ne tiiny
IT with the ball dahed off and Jor
dan's arm reeelved a tsvlst which hioke
one of the bones of the arm about an
Ini h and a half above the wrl't.
IIAMMAN -In Honolulu, Oi tobi-r II
I'.iol, at tint it-sMeiice lios Alapal
street, iippti-dttt tho power house
N. 0. Hauimuu, aged 2i, Fuumul
servlifs at residence at U'.'lo p, m
batuidiiy. UctObcr U. llo,ly wilt be
taken to Pearl City on ": I." j, m
train. All friends aud members of
the Mai cubi'lies are luvlled to at
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly nrilvlng make tif, lenders In llrsl class bargains; then,
tisi, wo lire not In the IIKill HI-INT IIISTIHCT.
We tan sell goods nt a prho far below that of downtown mer
chant and make tho same profit.
If ou would save money, note tin1 prices on some of tho fol
lowing n'W goods width vvt ie received hy flu- last Mariposa.
Our windows iiie mil of these bargains and It will pay tm to
ituiif up our way
N e iv and dainty dclcn,
cxtcllent assortment In all
vvlJths .tn J tpi.ilitlc-i, with
iiM-rtlons to maUli.
8 1-3c. 10c, 12 1-2c.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
V iirt- showing the laiest novelties of pretty t-rtett In Iaitei
and Insertions, which embrace the tholiest and rarest creations
ever seen In Honolulu,
We have not the space hero to do them Justice In n de
scription, so will nsk you to come and see them. lairgo as
sortment to select from.
OF MEIN'S HOSIERY
Immense stock Just oper.M nt (lit1 following prltes.
Mi n's Milld .otor Hose, 70c per box ti. one-half do7cu pairs.
Met-. Imported Hose, IIh 1 and Tan, 12 1-20 pair.
Men's limey colored Hoso 'n Stripes, 16 1-2e pair.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIIN'TON J. HUTCHINS,
JVlclfNERlNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDi
This Is what the
Is giving us customers when
tin1' buy an thing in
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 vent I'apcterles cut to loc
25nt Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent Papeterles cut to jjc
jo cent Tinted l'apetles cut to
More goods for less money than
was ever told in these Islandu
316 Fort St.
Blank books or all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
ON THESE WE LEAD
IIUYK A PAIR
Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
Swiss Ribbed Vests
A large ,isvirtuirntjut open
ed w lilch i Mire to plca-e at
12 1-2c; $1.40 per doi.
All the New Ideas.
TIiIh'I wlmi uur Hlciik pri-HfiitH ull
the llnif. hut fHpi-i Inlly mm-, wllli lla
iirrlMil of a In-iutt Iful ni'V Kliick of
WEATHERED OAK AND
WHITE ENAMELED IRON
Parlur Furniture in luteot uYiilcnH
Rilupliil tucwry tHKti- ami cteryiioniv.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lemllnft Furniture OcnlcrH.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Flnr Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Uiocolates anJ Conftalons.
BuHlncHH Muii'h l.unh
The best In the city: iujo a.m. to t p.m
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Boad Brokers.
j AGENTS FOR
iFIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mcr
t HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October io, igci
NAME OF STOCK Sff.'1!?!
C. Brtwtr A Comriny t.oao.trx
US ScMDG.Co,lM 6o,eoo
L.H. Kerr k Co,. LtJ . too.o o.
; " . ::'.:
!. :." .-
1 'lit 0
1 ' I
lfli " IM
Ewi Plinliilon Co ....
Htmna I'lanlitlcnCo .
HtilnCom JkSu Co
Hawaltin SucirCo . .
Monomti Suzar Co .
Houokia Stift" Co ...
1 KlMhuIu Sugar Co
IKuioa nuaar 1,0. ....1
Kuna bugtt Co..
, NaMkuSuzCo LtJai
5 on. ,ooo
1 a s. 000
t (viomca u;jrCo 1
Citkala Suicar Plan Co
ylaaSu. Co., Lti.t as 1
Olowatu Compsny .
Paauhau Su. Un. Co
Pacific Suar Mill
J Pala Plantation Co ..
Pfpetkeo Sugar Co
I Pioneer Mill Co....
Pi'rnr Mill Co Aie
! Walalua Ajr. Co,
Walmanalo Sue ar Co
Walmva Mill Co
W) dtr Sltamahlp Co. 1
.Uailn Me it. it Co
mutual itietnonuo .
I Oahu Ry ft Lanl Co.
Peoplt't let & H'Vz Co'
1 BANK;. '
Plrtt NatUnal BanW ..
, FlrttA.S Bmk&T.Coi
I Hawaiian Gov sr'Cnl
, Hilok. R 1.0. 6 r-fccnt
' Ion. fcapll Transit. .
T Ewa Plantat ntM ctnt
Oahu k& Lan4Co.tr c
Oahu Plantation 6pc '
I Otaa Plantation 6 p r.
1 Waliluj Acrlcul. 6pc .1
V.ILLAKl) E. BrtOWN,
1 Stock and
1 Bond Brokers.
on Sugat Securities
407 Fort Street
I Members Honolulu
I Stock and Bond Exchange.
! Albert Raas
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchingt
OrJers lor the purchase or sale of stcclcs
ana bonJs carefully an J promptly executtj.
GrounJ Floor, JuJJ BullJInc
Potoffice Box 300. telephone i6f
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ;
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Olllco No. 3117 HtariKviiwaM ImllJIn?,
Iliiuoliilii, T. II, I'. O. box CC7.
Tl. 223 Main.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchort all ovei
lace in black and white, newest '
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - . .
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET,
'i..'L- JEL. MkjJUiiMtaail&l