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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1901.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
ilnflAliniQ waelected oh
UUIIdlllllS the standard
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
L.idon Lancet. The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
employ! two of the most kllltul and
experienced white bakers in the city
to superintend their cake and bread j
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.
out at .
Snail, Buns, etc.
Razors Honed and Set
lawaiiai Ht-tel Barker Shep.
FOR 85 CENTS.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at ' a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
ibk, eicoui m ........ o .,
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
pies out ai a.m.
Lemon. Mince. Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
THE NEW STEAMERS
W1U BURN OIL FUEL
The (wo new freight ntcamers of the
Amprloan-Hawallan Co.'b lino will be
the first vmmIi In the Inland trails to
burn oil aft a fuel. Hath the Nevadan
and Ncbruekan ore being fitted for tho
UK) of the crude petroleum ana ft lth
this fuel their cost if operation will
be greatly reduced. There will bo a
great raving In the cost of the fuel In
the flrft place and then tho twenty or
tiltw nl ninajii itnil Araman tttrin
would bo necessary tn (be big RhlpsJ
Q. II. Derrey's office, 33 Campbell bid.
Boft little slippers for soft little feet
at Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
A notice to creditors of the O. Berg
strom estate appears In this Issue.
(leo. Haffner, the Jeweler, has re
moved to No." 1113, Masonic Temple.
r. 0 .Camarlnos after a serious 111
liens is out among his friends again.
Joseph llartmann & Co., agents for
Annheuser-Ilusch Beer, Bethel street.
A lot on Metcalf street, I'unahou, In
for sale, see For sale column on
White enameled Iron bedsteads are
ere coal used will bo dispensed with the right thing for Honolulu. Holt &
and their work done by two or' three. Co. have the stock.
pjen. These men will be known as Are A largo and fashionable audience
tenders and their duties with regard to
the fires will be about the same as tho
duties of water tenders on steamers.
Puffs out at . . .
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usd successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any Iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small sited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Hobrt Catton by bis attorneys,
Holme & Stanley and Klnnoy, Ballou
& McCUnahan, flies a reply to demand
for admissions by ,tbe plaintiff, John
Fowler & Co, (Leeds), Ltd., In tho
equity Milt against himself and Geo. W,
Macfarlane. The document refers- to
lommlsHlontj this defendant charged on
salffc of the KowW plowing tackle.
It U stipulated between Mr. Catton's
attorneys and Hatch & Sllllman and
Ilobertson & Wilder for the plaintiff la
bath this suit and that of Geo. W.
Macfarlane against himself, each being
a bill for accounting relative to tho
Fowler ugvncy, Ibat the causes may bo
heard on March 31, 1902, and not be
YOU KNOW THE TRISTRAM OF
WE HAVE THE
By Anthony Hope.
By Nclltion 8tcphcnH.
WALL, INIGHOLS CO., LTD.
A DANGER0U8 BRIDGE.
Yt-ttrday afternoon a Japanese baby
about to years of age fell down tho
unfinished Walklkl approach to tho
School street bridge, a distance of
about fifteen fepf, striking Its head on
the sharp rocks at tbe bottom of tho
hole. The child was severely hurt and
lib injuries maj prove serious; the
wonder Is that It was not killed out-
"Hhortage of money in the treasury
Is not a good excuse for leaving that
bridge In Its present condition, at
inenacH to lite and limb," said an ey
wIiwh. 'Since the old bridge was
torn down about the first of this yea
that part of School street has been o
little ue'to the traveling public, and
an annoyance to people ..vlug In that
sictlon. The nen brldgo Is up, but the
approaches to It arc not rilled In, a
makeshift having been made that per
mit, light traffic If extra caro Is used;
but there are many llttlo children In
the neighborhood, and tho bridge Is
not safe for them to approach; a sober
KroUn person might come to grief
there by u careless step. The govern
ment may me to answer a suit for
damaK"S It the bridge is not soon put
lu proper condition."
-And we are receiving by or--ery
steamer and sailing ves--eel
abundant and fresh sup--piles
As welt as the usual staplo
lines. Our delivery system
Is perfect and your order,
whether telephoned or left
personally, will receive
prompt and accurate attention.
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
TslsM, 24.JI2. P. O. box 386.
The Right Thing
ire merywhore the sources of the
highest attainable happiness, and the
greatest beauty of al. Is that of thn
aealthy, hearty, robust person.
A Wineglass of
three times a day, at meals, with
perhaps one at bed-time, will give you
that bounding, Joous health and sweet
sleep that najure intended you to en-Joy.
Hemember tno name h-o-y-a-l
MA-L-T E-X-T-R-A C T and do not
let yourself be tempted to try another
claimed "Just as good," but get the
best tho kind made from barley, con
taining all tho good qualities found In
this nutritious, strengthening, food-
PORT AND KINO
will greet Madam nolle Cole at the
Opera House tonight.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Knkegawa, was nued $10 and costs on
the charge of cruelty to animals.
Bid llnyd, the popular caterer, has
removed from Brunswick Parlors to
Star Chop House, Fort & Hotel Sts.
Lease of business property In the
Schmidt Central block, CSS Deretanla
street. Sen Jas. Y. Morgan's column.
David I.awienco & Co.. Ltd.. aro now
having their first annual clearance, sail
and are selling good cigars for llttls
More Hawaiian claims were heard by
the Commission today, with the usual
Intermixture of humorous expressions
A wine glass of Hoy a I Malt Extract
three times n day will give you health
and Beauty and therefore wealth. Ho
bron Drug Co.
Kaplolanl Estate vs. Peck & Co. Is
still on trial before Judge Gear. "The
old Inhabitant" Is much In evidence on
the witness stand.
Music lovers will hae a genuine
treat Thursday evening at the Opera
House in hearing Madam Hello Cole
and Italmund Pechotsch,
Auction sale of Sauerbrunnen on Fri
day, Oct. 18 nt Jas, F. Morgan's rooms.
Also nt the same time there will bo
sale of dry goods and furniture.
Moanalua, the sill) Hawaiian bo'
who roams about tbe streets bedecked
In lels of all colors, is being examined
by Dr. Emerson aa to his sanity.
The members of the Hawaii Yacht
Club will meet nt the Hawaiian Hotel
tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mat
tcrs of great Interest will be dlscusned.
In a late mall from the Coast. I). O
CumnrlnOH received a slip of a mara
roni plant which he has started in the
tropical gardens. He sas II Is doing
Eastman kodaks nt twenty per ccn
below list price at Honolulu Photi
Supply Co. Best printing and develop
Dig work In the city and at the lowes
The dust nuisance existing for man)
months at Victoria and Lunallli
street, n very Importunt crossing ol
the Itupld Transit-line, uh been con
sldernhly abated by tbo road depart
New electric wlro poles planted
- It. l.n ........ .1... ..... -II. I -
The iromlse of ure ....cowan 8UU8ttmed for tho old ones that stooc
Creation Hymn Beethoven nuulrU. the curbstone at Mtlntyre'i
I-urgo .... Handel corner on both Fort and King streets
Daddy '..... Bebren Thus a danger to vehicular traffic hat
Douglas Oordon KMlle ievn Removed.
Chairman Unite's decision on the
matter of publicity of the Tax Appeal
Board sessions will be that tho presi
Madam Belle Cole.
Air Vnrle Vlcuxtcmpi
foenfc ile la Cznrda. Hubay'mav be retirr-Hpntpil. hut rpnnrterM ,n
......... . .., , ............. ....
Anduute Regillosa Thome' Joined to discretion In publishing de
Reverie , Vleuxtemps tnllti nf a confidential character.
Fantatln Leonard i Harney Joy, who was at tho tlrcui
' last night, dispersed a gang of a. dozer
The cuse of A V. Centerlo, charged "T w.ure Kakaako tough character
with Kt-tlurliii; a. fourteen vear old elrl Bnortl'. f'pr the throwing of stonei
witn siuuciiih a rouru.en year oia gin nnd 1)rckB ,u)o ,ho t(,nt s
by the name of lelxlero under promise tlltmi llu Kappt.,i uniI 0lcr ho krku,,
of mairlage, came up for trial In the u here huh no nttempt at resistance.
I'ollce Court this forenoon. After nl i 0no Kulalkl whn un Riirrn,lnr.,i r.
long trial, the defendant was dlscharg. (lny or m K(, by h, attorm,y j L,
ru, it uaviuii t uiuukui uui UJr inn Ksulukou. and w ho has been rnnflnoi
'omplalnlng witness herself that the
defendant hud promised to marry her
not right uway, but upon tbe expira
tion of the lease of the store he now
nc upleB, a year or so hence. The tes
tlmony was extremely revolting
Hackman Ileatdy. who was arrested
yesterday by Officer Muleltner, appear
ed In the I'ollce Court this forenoon on
the charge of cruelty to animals. Hit
cane was lontlnued until Tuesday next
nt the n-iiuest of Attorney De Bolt who
was called away suddenly to the Cir
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers nd Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
In Jail slnro that time, hat retained S.
K. Kii-ne aa his attorney. The case o
gross cheat against the church fund
collector has been set for tomorrow.
The meeting of the Hoard of Healtf
wilt be held this afternoon. It wnt
postponeil from the regular, time, yes
terday, because Governor Dole uskee"
for a conference with the Superlnten
dent of Public Works and Preslden'
Sloggett regarding the as)lum quarr;
Fino Job Printing at the Bui
H. Hackfeidj& Co., Ltd.
Qeieral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu,
That's what tho iron bedstead Is in
Honolulu. We have a very pretty as-1
sortment of them at tho present time,
tho prices of which are low.
Some aro white enameled with brass
trimmings, making a handsome piece
of furniture. These Iron' beds have
many advantages over others which
we will be pleased to explain to you.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealera.
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and typewriting
Second floor Elite Bldg.. Hotel St
At office 9 to 5MG; Tol. Main 76.
At house evenings; Tel. Bluo 2611,
If potatoes kevp on going up, our favored classes will all l riding In air.
ships soon Minneapolis Journal.
ON THESE WE LEAD
BUYS A PAIR '
A Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
A Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
INERNY SHOE STORE
Best Prices and Quantities Ever Given.
Thb is an event of marked interest to huyers of pretty
materials, which it will pay you to take Hdvantane of lou
need them anyway. you pay full prices for the s.me mater
ia s usually, why not buy tltem during the sale.
BUDGET OF REDUCTIONS:
L'Ot'. Dotted Dimities, to suit
any tasto 10 o
2Uc. Imported Madras at...12Jc
2uc. and 20c. Imported Che
viots at 161c
glic. Figured Dress Sateens
nt 15 e
:.1c. Cotton and Wool dial-
lies at 161c
20c. Pink Dimities, white
dots, at . N 12Jc
200 pieces of striped and
figured Lawns and
Dimities. Instead of
20c, 161c. and 10c, all
go at 10 c
Uelfast Dimities reduced
irom 2Gc. and 20c.
to IS c
20c English Dimities at ..16Jc
sale; will GO ON UNTIL NOV.. 1st,
durlnjwhlch time we will allow a Reduction on Cash
Sales of io per cent.. In All Departments. -
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
asfrisfll m U faLV
CLINTON J. MUTCI-IINS,
J. h: FISHER
Sleek nd leii Inkers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto, Offlcea Stanaenwald Bldfl Man
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 17, loor
KAMB OF STOCK ft ? "
r. Rrrnr A Co"P.n.
Hawaiian ton at an v
Hawaiian Sotar Co ... .
Honomu Sir Co ,...
Kahuhu Ptanuilan Co..
Kl aliulu Sugar Co.
km. Kuvar Co . aa
pa up 1
O'U SUt.f K.O, ,
fnkala Sur.t Plan. Co
; aa su. u,ui,iii
i aa Su Co.Lti. oi ur I
U nwaiu .onipany. ,, .
paaunau u. i-ian (.0
Pa.lfic Sugar Mill.,.,
fala Plantation Co ...
I tpttkeo Su far Co . . .
Pionttr Mill Co
PlonMr Mill Co. Alxi
Walalua Agr. Co ,
Walluku Sugar Co.,...
Walmanalo Sugar Co .
WalK.a Mill Co
Wl d.r Sttam.hln Co .
.lawaiian cictiie it ..
Hon. Rapid TaUandCi
Mutual Talcpbon Co . .
Oahu &v ft Lad J Co..
Paopla 1 In S R fg Co
Flrtt National Bank
FlrrlA. S BankftT.Co
HawalUnUov 5 par cent
,Hllo R. R Co. 6 pttctnt
ion. apu rrantll ....
Gwn Plantat'n A par ctnt
wanuKaiuns ao. pr c
iianu nantatlon ope
O'aa Plantation ti.
Walalua Agrlcul. tfc.
V.ILURD E. Bi?OWN.
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugat Securities
.407, Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi
OrJtrs for the purchase or sa'e of stocks
inu onJcarelully and promptly executtd.
MssIlNBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc
Potoffice Box 390. I elepboM rta,
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
AEAL ESTATE AGENTS, ,
RENTS AND BILL8 COLLECTED.
Oftko No. 307 8t.DKenwld bulldlar.
Honolulu, T. H. P. O. box 667.
Tel. 223 Main.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR 8TOCK8 EVER PAID)
This Ib what tbo
lit kIvIi)K us customer when
they buy anything In
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
to ctnt Papeterlts cut to 10c
25 cent Papetcries cut to 15c
so cent Papeteres cut to 35c
50 cent Tinted Papetles cut to
More goodi for leta money than
was ever aold In theae Itlando
316 Fort St.
Blank booka or all aorta, ledgera. etr
manufactured by the Bulletin Publlab
A CASH CLEARING SALE OF
SILKS AND SATINS ! ! ! !
FOR ONE WEEK
Japaneae 8IIKa, plain colore, heavy w sight, reduced from 60c to 35c yard
Japaneae Sllka, plalda and stripes, heavy weight, reduced
from 60c to 25c(yaral
Japaneae Sllka, shot, heavy weight, reduced from 66c to 46c yard
Taffeta Sllka, colore and black, reducsd from St to 16c yarat
Handsome Brocaded Sllka reduced from.. $4X0 to 3JK yard
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced f rom., 93.60 to $230 yard
Handsome Brocaded Silks . ..., reduced from.. 2M to $2.00 yard
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from.. $2 00 to $1.60 yard
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from.. $130 to $1X10 yard
Colored Satins from 25c a yard up.
E. W. Jordan
NO. IO STORB.