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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1901.
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: THE :
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania.
i AND LET LIVE
i&e Our Ttrritorlal Trmu'y li Empty.
fy Builness ts dull anJ many workmen tft
it r unemployed, Soma peopta don'l
;ty not'fe a llttW thine IlkaiMi.tutthera f
ib arc others HlttiVlf f amlllts to support
& tonomlWti a hardship. For ttia jy;
b present lha i t t t i 1 $f
tta dicliel (o elv thirty Inrse J
pound loavca for one dollar j?
cash. Tickets lor which cm b jj
pocurtJ l th store or fiom th. J
drivers. Out popular 10 cent
lluht breakfast ie.mitopi.at.
.varyNidv lifting flora In. tfol,
$ Bit package. Ham Stndwkhci wlih
Pit. Dogchnutt, Etc , lor Worklnc
Mm, Clctkt, Etc., 15c only.
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. TILL it PM.
J. OSWALD LUrTED,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only. x
It is being used successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given (or any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norris.
Lords of the North, by Laut.
Observations of Henry, by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Runkle.
King of Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn of the Koad, by Frothlngham.
In the Name of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Or torn, 0 htr kind ol Blicult or W.t.r such
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC,
Juit rK.lv.i 1 Iruh tttlpmtnt ol thi tbovt at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB THB ELEVATOR
Wo have numerous testimonials
from people who could not cat food
without being distressed, nut round in
Taroena both a medicine, mid food.
After tnMng Taroena for a whllo their
stomachs were nbw to tako ordinal y
food. It gives the dlgcstlvo organs a
rest and effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
"Being a sufferer from fermentative
dyspepsia, I used Taroena. To my
surprise, Taroena and my stomach
hnvo always remained on tlio bost of
terms to my great satisfaction and
"JAMES STIMSON. M. D.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tlio three masted schooner H. C.
Wright is at liana, Maul.
A six room cottage Js for rent. See
To Let column, on page 8.
,A respectable man and wife Is wanted.
SceAVnnt column on page 8. 1
Anotlce regarding 0,3 estate of II. L,
Chase appenrs In this Issue.
H7 It. Banning leaves for San Fran
claib In the Sonoma tomonow.
"Police Court Olllccr Ceorgo Sea re
turned In the Klnau last Saturday.
Tablo hoarders and roomers aro
wanted. See Want column, on page 8.
Hawaiian brick can he purchased In
the Territory. Sec Lcweis &Cooko's
0, Dlctz of Fort street has a now
lino of diamond and opal rings. Svo
' The schooner Otclla I'edersen arriv
ed at Kahulul Saturday from Illlo. She
frill load sugar.
"Mrs. A. C. Steele, editor, appears
at the head of the editorial columns of
the Itlto Tribune.
Commander Mooro of the Denning,
ton was about town this morning re
newing old friendships.
Tho barkentlno S. 0. Wilder will
sail for San Francisco on or about
Aug. 8th. See notice under "New To
day." Plans for tho new I.lhuo (Knual)
Ico Works hac been lost. A reward
is offered for tho return of the sn'me to
J. L. Hot It well has succeeded I.. S.
Oear as lluslncss Manager ol the Ev
ening Ilulletln. See notice under
Judd & Co. of Merchant street hate
a few choice lots in the McCully nud
Kapahulu tracts. See their ad In the
For Sale column. I
The steamer Sierra from San Fran
cisco ig due here on Wednesday morn
ing. The Sonoma from -the Colonies
is due tomorrow. I
Order has been filed, appointing D.
II. Case guardian nd litem of the two
I.azarus minors in the partition suit
brought by Adelaide Sthllef. t
II. I. Cruzan, erstwhile of the Hc
publlcnn leportorinl staff, leaves for
Kukulhaelc tomorrow, where he will
Join one of the IJUliop Estate sutvey- -ing
Captain Smith of the City of Peking
reports tho nay trnnirort Solace as
Inning left Hongkong on July 13th
foi Guam and Yokohan n. She will bo
due here about the end of the month.
At noon time the schooner Molkl
liana which started for Kahulul Sat
urday night wns four miles oh tho
harbor heading In. It is possible that
she will return to poit and tie up
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
i terprlslng firm well deserve tho uic-
cess with which their efforts have been
Mrs. Ileerman entertained a party of
friends at a house warming Saturday
evening. The new residence on Pllkoi
street was tastefully decorated and
nbout forty friends enood the even
ing In the new home 1
The steamer Claudlne towed the
Wallace II. Flint to sea en Tuesday
last. Just outside the leet the hawser
parted but no damage was done. An
other hawser was qulcM put aboard
the bark and she proceeded to sea.
I)rs. Henry W. Howard and A. E.
Nichols have moved Into their new
nllUes on Alakea street. They and their
patients could not be better satisfied
with tho new location. Dr. Bloggett
has taken the, olllces ou Alakea street
recently occupied by them.
ThoOlonolulu Athletic .Club lioia
weio out In several directions Satur
day night and the town was painted
very Jeep red. Wagonettes "with n
large number of the hos singing nt
(pzz3 t .JI&&gjL., -,. , ,u JM
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 veiy springy : : : : :
LADIES' Sl.srr 1 MEN'S $1.70
McINERNY SHOE STORE
BY EX ZEALANDIA
we received an immense stock of
Muslin Underwear which we'll place
on sale by MONDAY MORMin'O at
prii.es less than manufacturers' cost.
Greatest Values on Record.
LADIES' SKIIUS with deep em
broidery llounce at $ 1.00
LADIES' SKIRTS with (our. rows of
Tooclury, Lace and Insertion at Si 50
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
Greatest Values that ever were placed
on sale, for ::::::: :
15c. 35c 45c and 75c.
. 50 styles to select from all new goods.
Special Values for one week, 20 oz.
Ladies' Gowns on sale for 75c Cannot
be duplicated less than $ 1 00. : : :
Pacific Import Co,, Ltd.
"I am satisfied that Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptics bocauso I
have personally tested It. I shall uoo
It at St. l.uko'a Hospital.
"C. G. KUNYON, M. I) .
"San Frunclsco, Cal."
"Taroena, In my opinion, Is nn ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, and In
tho many cases when I havo used It,
It has always proved satisfactory. I
have four patients using It now.
"G. I). nUCKNKl.l., M. D,
"San Francisco, Cal."
Wo havo a groat many endorse
ments from medical men nit over tho
world. Every one Is favorable to this
most wonderful, nature mado food.
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
tho tops of their voices, paraded the 1
streets and made thlngSrllvely. '
Tho following cases were disposed 1 . 1 1" l
of in the Police Court this forenoon:
Goodmnn, II. Fells and two Japanese,
common nuisance, IS and costs each:
Dob Toka, Kaopukt, Anderson and
Urlckson, affray, i" and costs each;
Ah Klu, assault and battery, S5 and V f J p
costs. A' ' f
A great deal of the success-of Satuv
da's baseball game was due to the Im
partial decisions rendered by Umplic
Harry Whitney and Morris 'Keohoko.
lole. There was not 'a single kick
against nf the decislonn and when a
man wns called out, he simply walked
off the liejd and said nothing.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIISS,
HONOLULU 6T0CK BXCHAIHM
Honolulu, Auk. 5, igoi,
Pi 14 up
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer Cfmpin)r l oooty too
NS ?ftChlUU (-O.LU 1 to,roo, loo
L,U.Ktrr ACo LtJ., I 100,0 e K
Ewa PUnlalton Co ,
Hawaiian Com BtSuCo.J
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Honomu Sugar Co .. .
HaikJ Sugar Co J
Kafiuku PUnUlInn Co
KiMII'lantCo Ltd. ail
Klhulu Sugai Co I
Koloa Suftar Co. I
Krtn Kucrar Co . at . I
jawi sur ar .o. t
Ookil Surar Plan. Co
Olaa Su Co , UJ , 11 1
8UaSuCoLl4. pi up
PaauhauSu. Plan. Cc
Pacific Suar Mill
Pala I'lintatlon Co
Prpeekco Sweat Co .
Pioneer Mill Co
Walilua Aicr Co , at
waianat Lompanyi. ,,,
Waliuku Sugar Co.....
Waltnanalo Suai Co
l 000, tax
Wlld.r St..-nMp Co I
lnt.rli!nJ M.im N Co!
Hon. RlM T A t.n.irtl
non. i.an L.ujrv
Mutual T. Irphon Co
Oatiu Uv & LanJ Co
i-ropi. s ice ot k 1 CO
rtrtl National Itjnk
FliltA.S llanktc T.Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 par cent
Hawaiian Gov. s per cant
no n k. uo, o prr cent
Hon. k.plj rranalt
Ewa Plantat n A .r rnt
Oatig Ic k Uni Co pre
u.nu fiantaiion ope
Ola. Plantation 6 p c.
waiaiua ACTICUI. ope
SALE to Ookala. In oo. Jf.5
WILLARD fi. BSOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock andJSond Exchange.
Stock andjtond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eiclunji
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stodci
ana Don J j carefully and promptly txcaittt.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoflke Box 300. Telephone i6 .
'i'i shares Hawaiian Tobacco Co., UL
15 shares Star Soda Water Works.
10 shares Territory Stables Co., UL
Allan W. 'Judd,
307 STANQENWALD BLDO.
Tel. Main 223. . .., 'P. O. Box6j7
aVlclNERNV BLOCK, PORT ST.
Visitors at Waliuku.
Waliuku, Aug. 3. Itev, Alev. Sfaci
Intosh and Dr. Cofer, Federal r)icuvi
tlne olllcer, enjojed a few days' star
at tho Windsor hotel, Waliuku, this
week. They wero taken up lao Tallcy
by Mr, Field who showed them the ri
rlous places ot Interest In that miw:
beautiful as well as historic vxllcj
They left estcrday afternoon lur Hu
notulu via Lnhalnn, to take In Uiu
sights around tho old ex-capital.
The Anglican Church Cbronlde for
August has been received.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATKS per the
TEL. MAIN i4
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
COHNEtt KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
icp uou8B hoods
tWclvtd b) Bitty SwaB.f,
If au fort st.,
JLA Has the Best Assortment of
l'ACIFIO ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FRITS!! HOME-MADE I'OI CN TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
I .., N Ha.,
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsoorc
and all oyer Embroidery. ' Real Terchon ,
All oyer Lace in Black and White : : :
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big choice :::::::: :
H- AT KvvfHHHHrT I
E. W. JORDAN'S
10 FORT STREET. i
M .Jk' ii aiwawi Ldi.
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