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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., SATUIIDAV, APRIL 27, 1901.
Agents, Brokers and JoDlur.
H. P. BALDWIN Presldan
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vlce'Presldio
V. M. ALEXANDEH...-ind Vlce-Presldeo
J. P. COOKE Treasur
V. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltc
Sugar Factors and
Hawillan Commercial & Sujsr C
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compin
Klhel Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugai Cr
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California ami Oriental S. 3. U.
W.G. Irwin &6r.
Western Sugar Hennery Co., ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, l'enn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation
Cane Shredder), New York. U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grads Ft
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Pal
and Papers; Lucol and Lints
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), i
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, U
CASTLE & COOK!
Ta tvi Plaatatl'aCo.
Toe Walatue Arrlcuttreal Ct., L i,
Til Kohala Sutif Co
The Walaaa Sur.r III! Ca.
The Fulton Iron worki, St. teals, Ba,
Toe Standard Oil Co.
Ttt Geo. F. Blaka Stoaai ?!..
The Niw fancianjLI a laenraaceCa, at tao
The .Etna l-lia Int. Co. ol Haitian,
The .,-c, a. .. Co ol Leaeea
LIFE and FIRE
AGEKT8 FOR ..
New England Mutual Lifk In-
SURANCE CO. OF BObrON.
tna Fire Insurance Compani
( Wm, G. Irwin & C
Wm. G. Irwin. .President sod Musi"
Claus Spreckcls ...... Vice Presldai
W. M. OlfTard ..Second Vice Presldea
H. M. Whitney Jr Treas. and Be-
Geo. J. Ross AusUU
aants or m
00IANI0 STEAMSHIP GOHPif
n UW TUNOTRGO. OAIi
Queen tlreel. Hoaolula U.I
Hawaiian Agricultural C&z;aajr. Amerlaaa
Company, Ootala Sua ar Plant. Co., Oneewa Sat
Co.. Honoou Surar Co.. Willuku Suiat Co., Hair
Suiar Co . HeleeWala Rancb Co., Molokal faaek.
Planter Llna San Ft 1ico Packs! kaa. If e
at Co.'a Llna ol Borneo Packata
LIST OF OFFIOERS
C. M. Cooke, President) George
Robertsou, Manager! E. F, BUlo
Treakuror snl Secretary; Ool. W, )
Allen, Audit irj P. C. Jones, H. W to
boue. Oen. R. CUrter. Ttlrwtnrri.
ThBYoaHamin-YouDE Co. Lti
QUEBN ST., HONOLUL1
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The IL-loUe Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Damcstlc Sewing M.vn. H
FOR SALE CHEAP
A line location for a
, liOAKDINO HOUSE,
with new furniture
for five years at a
" I"AIR RENTAL.
A very cheap pro
position In MJUAM'
gate at once.
A new two story
six room house on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
tat MERCHANT ST.. NEAR
HOTEL STREET 8
Serves the finest dairy lunch In the
cltv, Including tea, coffee, chocolate,
sweet milk, hot rolls and buns, nice
fresh tread and best creamery butler
w hlch only a first -class bakery could
supply for the low price charged.
Extra nice Pocket Lunches of assort
ed Cheese and Ham Sandwiches,
P,es and Doughnuts, Etc., for
ice each package.
Store Open at 6 o'clock a. m.
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
M TEllS STORY
Wl: WANT THE PUBLIC TO
IS A NEW THING HEI(E.
But Is not new In otli-r Tropl.al Coun
tries. If anyone has an Ircn Roof, no
matter how large or sma'l. we will paint
It for th:m at a sm.ill cost. and. If It Is not
satisfactory, they nee 1 not rv for It. The
fifty roofs that we have painted in the last
two months, are all giving the best of
satisfaction. Sestes lmonlalntthecfficeof
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Agents for United St tes anj
MwmffisssrUD i r
n urn TrUM jri . .yni
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation ol
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to Investigate this up-to-dnte
-Wall. nXTlcliols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
SaaaaaaaaM ' 1 -"," lie'i'lW'r '
Block Butter, Celery,
and Asparagus, Peas,
Cheese, Finnan Had
dies, Oysters, etc., etc.
I lii ?Z-'CZ2
Henry May & (Jo
Require the gnatest fare
and constant attention that
tht system may be kept
in r'ft working order.
MAIN J 24
F. W. Thrum,
POOM .I'.n ROfTON BLOf.K
Hl-AU I'.STATU THANrSACriON.
fiubscrlljers are furnished with frm
Cte to six lists per week, giving an s
euro's reiurd nf dttils, uurlKJKf
leasHt, ruleaies, powers ot uttoru
tc, etc, which am placed on record
aijIIHCmi'TION PHICB, 12.00 Vt
A. V, HAR,
luH Uulldlng, HonolHl.
MALF. OR FPMALE
Snlnry und Commlfialon
when you can niaVe
roin$:n to (.()
SEF. ATKINSON, MAGOON
BLOCK, Ml UUIAM ST.
OCCIDENTAL FKUIT STORE,
i a ger.tle srd healthful
aptrltnt made from the
fruit of the grape, orange,
lemon and lime. It carries
oft all useless mat'er from
the body, leaving It clean
and healthy. 'I iv a bottle
and be convinced o Its
$1.00 per bottle.
San Francisco, April IS. The trial
of Robert K, OIn?.o on a chargo of hav
ing murdered William Trowhclla, bis
tifirlnpr nt tlm Wlmltnr llr.tnl nn tan.'
uary 11 last, was resumed yrstcrday
Glarn took, the witness stand and.
with composure, told his story of the
shooting of Trowhclla. Ho testified to
tho frequent quarrels between himself
and his partner, caused by Trewhclla's
suspicions that ho wns not being treat
ed fairly. The defendant also stated
how his wlfo had coma to his room on
the evening before the shooting and
complained that Trcwhclla had treat
cd her roughly and insulted her by
calling her a "drunken woman."
"My wlfo wanted mo to go down to
Trewhclla's room and demand an apol
ogy," said Otaze, "and die also wanted
mo to send for tho patrol wagon and
have Trcwhclla nrrcs;ed. I did not
go down to Trewhclla's room, as I
knew he was nngry and excited, and
advised my wife to wait until tho
Glaze recounted his doings on the
morning of tho fatal day when Trew
hrlta was killed. Ho told how he had
gono downtown on business and also
how he had purchased cartridges for
"I atways carry a revolver," said
Glaze, "and the man who sold mo
the cartridges snld It was out of order
nnd he repaired It. I went up to the
hotel nnd had my lunch. That morn
ing Trowhclla 1 had met me In the
kitchen and said to me. 'Oo ynu want
to tnko up the sldo of that drunken
wife of yours?' I told Irowhella that I,
did not wish to quarrel with him nnd
that all my wife's money wns tied up
In tho hotel. I told him I was making
arrangements to buy him out. and he
said, using nn oath, 'If you don't give
mo my money I will kill you.' I went
away from him. Thnt was In th morn
ing. After I enmo hock to tho hotel
nnd had my lunch I worked on the
books. I had nn appointment with the
man who wns to let me have tho loan
on chattel mortgage. I wanted Trew
hclla's signature to a document and
1 wont to look for him. I knew thnt
he was always In the hick part of the
house. I looked nround for him but
did not SCO him. Thci ns I entered
the dnor of tho old bakcrv on tho alW
tldo Tiowhella ramo In at ire other
door. Ho said 'Wha'tl you hero .--gain:
I will kill you.' Immr-dliilriy 1 pulled
my pistol and fired. I mw B'ini'j-hlr.3
glitter In his hand. Tho mom became
full of smoke nnd I retrcn'ol out Inlr
tho alley. 1 'broko' my i.lstol and put
new cartridges Into It.
"I did not know whether or not
Trewhella would follow mo up. I did
not know he was hurt. I went niomid
Into tho kitchen, walked through It
nnd enmc Into the court. Torter mot
mo as I was near tho kitchen door and
cnught me by tho arm. Tho bellboy
O'Connor, I did not seo until I got Into
the omco. I saw Trcuhel!a,lylng by
tho kitchen door. I thought I had hurt
him and determined to tlvc myself up
to tho police. 1 gnvo my pistol to Al
bert Shelley, tho clerk, nnd then went
out with Porter to find nn ofTlccr. I
never spoko to O'Connor that nfternoon
and did not tell him to sny that Trow
hclla had shot himself. I honestly be
lieved at the tlmo I fired that my life
was In danger." .
Co I'H Plrnt Exhibition.
Wulluku. April 20. Company I. First
Regiment, gave Its first public drill b;
foro a Wulluku nudlen'e nt the drill
shed last Wednesday evening. The
boys appeared for tho first tlmo In their
now khaki uniforms and made a fine
showing. The compan wns first drill
ed by Captain Keola, polng through
the school of tho company, nnd later
Captain Keola handed over the com
pany to Captain C. n. Cottrcll who ap
peared In uniform also, and tho latter
put the company through various
mancmeiR for uver nn hour. Light re-1
freshments wro served during the lat
ter part of the evening, nnd everybody
went nwny satisfied. '
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
in all Athletic Clubs, light, 'easy
and vcy spiinny : : : : :
MEN'S SI 75
McINERNY SHOE STORE
THE STORY OF LACE CURTAINS.
ONE NIGHT IN PARIS
A petite chanteuse arrived home tired and fagged after her evening's
performance. Immediately on entering her elaborate apartments she
proceeded to hastily disrobe. In a mood of abandon -nd nonchalance she
threw Iter embroidered lace petticoat carelessly from het, and it caught
upon the curtain pole of a window. There it hung until morning, and,
when the retite one awoke she was struct: by the beautiful effect pro
duced by the sun's rays peeping through the embroidery and open work
nf the petticoat. Her upholsterer was summoned and commissioned to
design curtains atrer tne pattern ot the undergarment. inehiei was
novel and spread tne world over. And that s now lace curtains originated.
ONE DAY IN NEW YORK
We stumbled across some American made Nottigham and Arabian
curtains that for artistic conceptions and beauty of designs surpass any
thing of the kind we have ever seen. We couldn't believe at lirst that
they had been made in America, fseither, perhaps, could you believe it.
But we bought those curtains and you are invited to come into our store
this week and examine them.
We call your especial attention to the Vestibule Panel Curtains. They
are different from anything ever shown here, not only different in design,
but different in prices. Ask to be shown a few of there items:
Rich Arublnn lied 8etH,
Eiqultlt-ly tvfl Jeilcnt Color uru. Slti
tprraJt ux, hti.ms.x., Prlca pr wt Sij u
Ucru Arabian CurtalnH
AJtqualv JeKriftlnn nt which t, ll' b wholly
Itnrnt'iNa hey mut ten. huff-fa 11 to uv
that twy ire cioli rtpthatj rMi'h nrlcnjl
which Colt twliunjTt lotliffc J r 'f 1lai
94.o, to.wo, 11 o anj 11
Thjt ou can't htlp but Mla cma from No
tlnghjm Ithiuen tlxy JlJn t $.-,. j eo. 4 00
anj wi rlr
Dcntellc nnd Nottingham Bed Sets
WrtriM'ully clev r rroJuitt f American M1II1.
Lnt.ra note! paiiem- tiener uily mjje a J
miler.ie piliei f 1 ft it ani t.toert
ARAItlAN VE8TIUULE AND IMNLL CURTAINS
In order to intr.iduc these AMLRIC-AN MAUL CURTAINS TO AMERICAN I1UYLRS
we luve taken these two numbers anj m'rkeJ them dwn to actutl est as leajers.
Ihls is a R-nulne barg.iln opportunity and one whuh will last this week ol our Intro
ductory iil ot curtains only. The vestibule curtains will be fj.5o a pa r. The panel
curtains will he i.eo each.
WHITNEY Sfc MARSH, LIMITED
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I IIV V-UMJI VUWIjIWHUI .V-afVVI vuuw
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANG0
Honolulu, April 26, loot.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer ft Corrpanv. .
L.ll, Kerr St Co.. It' ,
fc A 11 Jflf illOP LO ... .It na-tn nrwwl
Mi mm I'lintatlonCo 195.01m
MiwillinCom 8r.Su Co t.jit.tjoi
Miwainn Sue ir Co t.-soo 000
Honomu Sueaf Lo .. fio,-xs
iionoKaa ugar lo . t Qc-o.tj-
riaVKj augir uo v,eoo
lr. ...!... til .-a ..I r-. I ' '
rvanuiu 1 ianiAiiun vo , too,
Kinvirnnt-io .LtJ.it f Lojotua
ninti r. i-o,LiJ.,rj up j t,$oo,o-
KHlhulu Suef Co .. iCo.om
rvoioa oukt K.o
Kona Susar Co.
" ' r-l up
.Nahlku Sug Co. Lt.U
' " bJ un
winu aurar LO;, .
Onomta Sugar Co
Ookata Susir Plan. Co.,
Olaa Su. Co.Lu . il'
Paiuhiu Su. Plan, Co
Pacific (ugar Mill. ..
Pali Plantation Co .
Peptkfo Sugar Co
Plonetr Mill Co
Walatua Ar. Co , as
Walluku Suear Co
walmanalo bujtai Co
n 1 1 j' aiamtnip Co $00,000
mif r-inanj attin IN C0 joo.ouol tool
nawman t tec trie Co tjo,oT
non. Kipu i.&LanJCo) aja.ojo ion
Hon, Steam Launirv. 1 -anl t-.
u ....... a. -r. . ' -- 1
muiuai irirrnorc 1.0 )v,n to
Oihu Ry& Lanl Co , t,o,ooj 100
r vyiv T a n I g -0 1)0 000
Fffkt National Dink .
HftA.S Hank & f.Co
Hawaiian (iiv. 6 per crnt
Mo R. R.Co.o per cent
Hon. pll rrintlt. '
tbwa Plantal n ft rer ronti
Oihu Plantion ope '
SALKS- 5 0okala.Ji8oo.
WILLAPD . IWOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
and the Famous Gunn Desks
flaclc Two Carloails
IICMV Just Iteccivcd
Book Cases sisi
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
;! P.O. BOX Oil. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE. 971
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
Stock and bo,,d Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchang
OrJers lor the purchase or sale ofstrvlct
ana lion Jscarefully and promptly executed.
DURING my temporary abience Mr.
Elmer E. I'axton will act for mr nn.w
full power of attorney.
GrounJ Floor, Judd Uulldlng.
Postoftice Hox 390. Telephone 1G9.
LUKE r. UIILO.SD.
CI I AS. M. LtniOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At-,
MclISERNV BLOCK, FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between Klne and Mer
chant. I'rof, W. Iloglo rcmores corns wllh
otu pain and successfully treats In
KroivliiK too nails, ltoom 3. Kllto lll'k.
FKESH SUPPLY OF THE
LATEST STILUS IN
rnuNtu rl"u .'.M'
AlAKI A II" I I"
'JAUFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
;S IIOUKIi 111)111)1.
(..Ii)f) ll'( Ml,lf
PACIFIO OAHRUGE CO,
1)1' II It,
TIXI.I'IIOM MAIN IH,
Zomer Hotel an J Union Sis
Ul'lo-tJiito IIhcUh nnd
HtfHiimiHlh'c Drlv rn
AT Al.l. IIOUI'S,
E. W. JORDAN,
10 POUT STRUBT.
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