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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WKDNK81UV, OCT, 16, 1901.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nnturnl Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhnus, - Germany.
The Favorite ol New York
and London Society.
UUIIdlllllb tho Htnndnnl
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The hlfthent
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
employ 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 uaed(for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread. f
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
out at .
8nalls, Buns, etc.,
V Razors- Honed and Set
l tWy" nt the
ufTffiiwaiai Hotel Barber Shop.
v ca t
FOR SS CENTS.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at ' a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake. etc.. out at i... o a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at v a.m
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Plea 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.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powdermixed with water gnly.
it1 is being ush1 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;
HIE RULE fflHUE
Tbere was a meeting of the Home
Rulers In Foster Hall last evening.
Among those present were R. V. WIN
rox and Serfator D. Kulauokalanl. A
number of speeches were made and It
became evident from these that there
Is n feeling on the. part of the Home
Rulers to nlly Itself with one of the
big political parties In the next cam
paign. It was made quite evident that
the Republican party would be the one
of their choice. The Homo Rulers, In
Joining the Republican party, will hold
aloof from the missionary element.
The meeting was specially called for
the consideration of the future of the
party's paper. It was , decided to en
largo flie paper and to increase its
scope ami influence.
Delegate Wilcox, the first speaker of
the evening, had the following to say:
"The Advertiser has stated that 1 en
dorsed an alleged recommendation to
Washington in favor of Secretary
Cooper for the office of Governor. I
did nothing of the kind. The fact Ik,
I knew nothing of tho report that Mr.
Cooper was running for the office until
1 paw It in the papers. An a represen
tative of the whole people I would not
recommend nny one for tho office of
governor unless there were an actual
Micunry und my wish wero desired by
"I v.lsh to say thut I will leave hera
on or about November 19 for Wash
ington, Iletwecn now and then 1
would be gl.id to eo any of you and to
hear any recommendations or sugges
tions jon may have to present. My
work In Congress at tho coining ses
sion will be In the Interest of the whole
pioplc, und you are tho people as much
as any one else.
"I wish to caution you now that tills
organization Is the Homo Utile He
publican party. Slick to that name
and thati idea. It is the Intention of
the party to affiliate with the Republi
can iart but cot with tin missionaries."
YOU KNOW THE
I TRISTRAM OF
B Anthony Hope
WE HAVE the
By Nclliton Stephens.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
-And we aro receiving by tv--cry
steamer and sailing ves--eol
abundant and 'fresh sup--piles
-As well aBx tbe usual staple
-lines. Our delivery system
-Is perfect und your order.
-whether telephoned or left
-personally, will retelvo
-prompt and accurate attention.
COLD IN THE BACK,
That's all. Maybo jou've had It au'
thought you wero'gcttlng old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER thu niort
cuinthe plaster made will llx It all
right, l.eavo It on n few days. A
crutih for lame backs. Two for He.
STOP- YOUR COUGH,
Had colds 'are plentllul. Hole's .1
cure, but take It In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT tali ...I
right hold of a cough seems to go
straight to thu seat of .trouble. Out
dose gives relief. I'leasaut to tak i
25u and 5vc- bottles.
BARNARD'S COMPANY'S SHOW.
The llarnnrd company of circus vari
eties gave another successful perform
ance In the tent at the corner of.llote!
ami iiiclianls street last night. As on
the llrst,nlght, the tent was crowded,
every leserved seat having been taken
long before the beginning of the program.
I (Ills St. I.eun and Miss Daisy, the
charming eq'ieMrlenne who Is attrac
tive In every ikjib she take1), did some
great work In their Olympian act. Miss
Daisy ame out later and did some dar
ing bareluck riding. Bho has already
become a sreat favorite with tin- cir
Iji IVtltc Ktnel, who Is a mero child,
again delighted her audience with the
evellenc" of her work as n contortion
ist. The Wlngattt sisters gave their
ilever trapeze performance agkln. Tho
progiam vaH Drought to a conclusion
with the screaming farco I'm a Mar
ried "Man Mjself," In wnlcli Frank
Beverley acts the drunken man so well,
that, were im to appear on ..ie streets
In the make.up, he would certainly be
taken In tow by a policeman.
INSOLENT HACK MAN.
These ho days aro productive of
headaches. There isn't nny reasn-i
why you". should suffer when jou can
get u speedy and safe cure In taking
ouo of thu famous HEAD-EASE pon
ders. This Is the most popular rem
dy In these Islands; I'm: box of tnelti
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tel. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 38S.
All the New Ideas.
This Is what our stock presents all
tho time. butN'SBetlally now, with the
arrival of n beautiful new Btock of
WEATHERED OAK AND
WHITE ENAMELED IRON
Parlor Furnfturo In latest designs
adapted to every taste and every home.
d. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
Officer Mnleltner arrested huckman
Ileal slej this formoon on the charge,
of cruelty to animals. Tho officer hap
pened to see a very bad sore on the
chest of the horse the uackman was
ill hlng anil told the man lo follow him
to tho pollie station. Tho fellow ans
wered back that ho. would do as he saw
fit with his horse and that he intended
driving to "tho stables. Mulcltner re
peated his order but tho hackniau only
became more luoolent. At this Junc
ture, Mnleltner Jumped off his wheel
and took charge. It was (hen a case of
have to. On arrival at tho police sta
tion, Henrsley refused to go below. Tho
policemen standing around, gathered
about him und the turnkey told him
lie would have to go down. His ans
wer was: "Well then. I sunnose I will
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The steamer Maul will sail for Ha
waii ports tomorrow afternoon.
os. B. Atherton Is contemplating a
trip to the Coast In the near future
A package of Oorman votes was sent
Into tho Bulletin offl.ee this morning.
Mortgagee's notlco of foreclosure and
of sale Is published today. See on last
Secure your seats for Thursday
night's concert at Hawaiian Opera
The meeting of the Board of Health
has been postponed until tomorrow at'
Kresh films, paper and plates for ko
daks, fresh by every, steamer at Ilolllt
ter Ddug fco. '
A. W. Kecch left In tho Peking this
noon to visit his wife who Is very sick
to San Francisco.
The thua Is laid up for an over
hauling. Tho Hawaii takes her placn
OU tho wimiwaru iiuiuni mm .nam
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., are now
having their first annual clcarnnce sah
and are sealing good cigars for llttlo
In tho Police Court thlB forenoon It
Cole was fined $25 and costs on the
charge of assault and battery on Offi-1
cer Palenapa. '
Hawaiian fire claims were agilti be
foro the Commission this morning. Mr.
Testa presided In the absence of Presi
dent Macfarlanc. I
Music lovers will have a genuine
treat Thursday evening nt tho Optra
House In heurlng Madam Belle Cole
and Uultnund Pechotsch,
Hastman kodaks at twenty per tent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. Best printing and develop
ing work In the city and at the lowest
JiiiIith dear tlds mornliiK resumed i
the Jury trial of Kuplolunl Kstate vs.1
V. Peck & Co., which was suspendul
yesterday morning. At Intervals s
heard several chambers matters.
An answer of general denial ba
been tiled by Kinney, Ballon & Mr
Clanahun, attorneys tor the Kuplolant
Estate, and others, defendants to tb
unit of Sister Albertlna, trustee.
During the absence or Knglneer
Keech of thej. I. S. N. Co., ihlef en
gine, r Uonnelle) of the Manna Urn
will have churgV of the company uf
ttlrs In the engineer's department.
The steamer Iwalanl lost a boat load
of sugar at Nawlllwlll. The remark
ably heavy swell there swumped tha
boat nnd washed her on the heaili.
None of the crew was Injured nor was
the bout dumugul.
In the matter of the estate of P. Kb
luunnwa Ktiahu, Judge dear has order-1
vJ that tho executor, Henry Maul, tiln
an Inventory In ten days, albii employ
au attorney at n reasonable fee to b
) alii out of the estate.
Judge dear bus signed the confir
mation of sale'of the homestead of tha -I
loti' A. C. Pestana. presented by I.
M. Long, attorney for M. A. lion
salves, administrator. John Under
Mrk was tho purchaser ut auction, the
prlcb being J.'.OOO.
The.Superlntendent of Public Works,
Jas. tl, Bod, bus Vent un answer to the
Board of Health tommunlcatlon, say
ing It Is Impruitlrablc to remove the
etono quarry plant from the Insane
Argument on the insurance cuse
elsewhere mentioned continued before
the Supreme Court this forenoon. Pho
tographs of the big lire In Chinatown
are exhibits In tbe ease. Mngoon &
Thompson and Hatch ft Hllllmnn fur
tho plaintiff; Wilder & Uobeitsmi for
The young lady ncitualntances of tun
yacht owners are to bo tailed upon to
tnuku Hugs for the different boats from
designs furnished them or original de
signs of their own. Tbe Hugs will hv
the distinguishing murks of the jacliU
and each one must bo different. Sev
eral aro already In progress of making
anil will be very pretty.
She I have a, suspicion that you
bavn b-eii making lovu to other girls.
He icawstly) But what' of it? It
didn't amount to anything. Brooklyn
"Tho man who bus learned how to
make love has h big udvantagu over
the one who hasn't " "In what way?"
Well, no girl will ever trust him
enough to marry him." Life
Karl Hugenback, who provldestho
world with Its animal collections, lias a
ICCacre stock )ard near Capo Town.
So completely has South, Afrlcu bean
denuded of the larger animals his him-
tcrs must travel largely on foot 2000
miles into t.e interior before they come
to their hunting ground 1 0n account
of the skill and knowledge demanded
for among other things the hunter
must understand the various native
African dialects his white labor Is
paid an average of S0 per week per
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FORT AND KINO
Wholesale' Importer and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Quetn Street, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc. RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
Qeneral Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Elite Bide; Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 76.
At house evening; Tel. Blue 2611.
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BiHilifliktt.Vxx' -t -" j r"A I
ON THESE WE LEAD
BUVK A PAIR
A Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
A Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
If INERNY SHOE STORE
The anniversary of wiose birth
children Of Kalulanl bchool.
THE LATE PRINCESS KAUILANI
wasjppropriately recognlied today by the
Best Prices and Quantities Ever Given.
Tills Is tin event of marked Interest to, buyers of pretty
materials, which it will pay you to take ndvantape of tou
need them anyway. you pay full prices for the sjme mater
ials usually, why not buy tliem during the sale.
2i'c. Dotted Dimities, to suit
an) timto 10 c
2Uc. Imported Madras at...12c
:!.re. und line. Imported Cho. f
vlots at 16c
'.Tie. Figured Dress Sateens
St.; 15 e
2Se. Cotton and Wool dial-
lies nt 1Jc
20c. 1'llik Dirnltles,, white
dots, nt . .,.. 12c
200 pieces of striped and
tlgured Itwns und
Dimities, instead of
Qc inie. nnd ICc, all
go at 10 c
itelfast Dimities reduced
irom :Gc. and 20c.
to 15 c
20c. Kngllsh Dimities at ..16jc
SALE WILL GO ON UNTIL NOV. 1st,
during which time we will allow a Reduction on Cash
Sales of io per cent. In All Departments. -
aOODS DEUVERKD FREE TO ANY PART OF THE CI l"Y
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOrJ. MUTCH INS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock ui 8oid Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Office 8tangenwald Bldj., Mm
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu. Oct"btr 15, got
K.e OF STOCK C,$ I? BIJ Ami
Mifwrr A Coinrany Leoorc 140 . 4t)
1) S :hDO.Co,l,1 6000 i tt
L.tl.lCtrtt Co., Lid. loov V ti
FaiPumitlonCo... j worn) ! tsK
Hmn I'lantatlonCo iftouo too
Hawaii. nAtrlculhiralCo 1.000,000 too ?o
Haoallant om &Su Cn I a.iit.rjo too
Hawaiian Sugar Co a 000.000 ao ao ....
Honomu Sugar Co I Tlono too Ijo ,...,.
Honabaa Sugar Co laooono ao .....
ttaHtu Sugar Co ., fooooo loo .....
Kahiku I'lantallnn Co ! ymx .o aM a.K
l(lrl'lantCo .Ltd. '105000 y 9 to
Kl.ahulu Sugar Co 160,000 too ..... 105
Koloa Sugar Co . I lot.oni t-w,
Krna Sugar Co . at or-jon 100 ..... . .
McMryJ.SuCo.Lj. 1,01?, oo au . ... 1
" " " rd up ,6w ...... ..
O.tiu Sugar Co. 'ifonjico tou lr ittM
Onomaa Sugar Co . iwo a)..
' nkala Sugar Plan Co oij o n
Pit Su Co . LlJ . at I 6.onn . IH
JlaaSuCoLU. pd up I t v.ooo ... . .
OowaluCorrpany lv.o 'o .. t
Paauhau Su. 1'lan Co o. v
Pacific Sugar Mill anoono too no
Pala llantallon Co taoooo too aji
Perko Sugar Co ljo,ooo loo ...
Plonrar Mill Co . , aaiooc. loo aj
1'lon.ar Mill Co. Aiwa joooo too
Waialua Agr. Co . , .yoo.ooo loo J4 ...
Walluku Sugar Co too too.... )v,
Walmanalo Sural Co . aa,ooo too Ijo ..
Warnaa Mill Co . tafooo loo.... ,,
Wl Atr MaairuMp Co. aoo,ooo too 93
1-ttfli'andSta.m N.Co (00.000 100, ... ao
.lawallan El.clrlcCo... ty.oa too
Hon. Rapli T & I anJC" aao.ooo tool iu
Mutual Tattphon Co .. tw.010 tot t ..
OanuRrtl Land Co... t.ooooe tool , o
Paopla a let ft R I'g Co ipa.ooo too ,..'..
Hrit National Bank no
FlratA.S llink&T.Co ic.V
Hawallanftov t par cam at
HlloR R. tj. 0 (wcanl
H1I0R R,Co.6prrctnt i
Ion. fcapll Tr.nall 100
wa Plamat'n 6 per can-
Oanu f ft LanJ Co. pr 3;
Oahu Plan'atlon 6 p c .
Ola 1 Plantation 6 PC ,.,
Waialua Agrlcul, 0 r c 01V
Sales 8 Oahu. ,122.60.
- r V aaWMlaMataajwj1TT,
V.ILLAKIJ E. BrOWN,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bind Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of llonolulu Stock Exchingi
Orders tor the purchae or sa'e of stoda
ma oiiuN carefully and promptlv t.tcutct
MclNBRNY BLOCK. ROiT ST.
GtouiiJ Floor. Judd tiulldiut.
Postoffice Box 300. I clcphon lb
Judd & Company
TOCK AND BONO BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Offlco No. 307 Htaugtnwald building.
Honolulu. T. H. I. O. box C67.
Tul. 223 Main.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
Thin In what tho
In Riving 11B customers when
they buy anything in
STATIONERY, 8CHOOL 8UP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
so cent Paretcrles cut to loc
25 cent Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent Papetenes cut to )jc
Socent Tinted Papetles cut to
More good for Ie money than
wii ever old In theie Islands
316 Fort St.
A CASH CLEARING SALE OF
SILKS AND SATINS !!!.!
FOR ONE WEEK
MONDAY .OCT. 14
Japanese Sllkt, plain color, heavy weight, reduced from 60c to 35c
Jipaneie Sllkt, plaid and (tripes, heavy weight, reduced
from .. ,. 50c to 25c
Japaneae Silks, shot, heavy weight, reduced from 65c to 45c
Taffeta Sllkt, color and black, reduced from $1 to S5c
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from.. $4.00 to 13.00
Handsome Brocaded Silk reduced from.. $3.50 to $2.50
Handsome Brocaded Silks'..., reduced frm. .12.50 to $200
Handsome Brocaded Silks ., reduted from.. $2.00 to $1.50
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from, .$1.50 to $1.00
Colored Satin from 25c a yard up.
Blank books of all sorts, ledger, etc.
manufactured by tbe Bulletla, Publish,
E. W. Jordan
NO. IO 8TOKB.