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""""I EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H,
T TIIUttSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1901.
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BEATS
: THE :
WORLD
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania.
Our Territorial Treasury It Eiry,
Business Is dull ani many workmen
an unemrtoyeJ. Some people don't
notice a Unit tiling like ttils, but litre
are others with big families to support
to wnom IMS Is hardship. For the
present the I i t i
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
has decided to (U thirty Inrue
pound loaves for one dollar
cash. TIckctstorwhichcanM
pioeured at the store or Irom the
drivers. Our popular 10 cent
llEht breakfast seems to pleas
everyt-ndy Judging from the trowds.
FJIg packages Ham Sandwiches wlih
Pie, Doughnuts, Etc, for Working
Men, Cleiks, Etc., 15c only.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
.MANAGLR
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. I ILL It I' ,i.
s
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
"arabic"
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used 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;
6OLE AGENTS.
Summer Reading
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norris.
Lords ol the North, by Laut.
Observations of Henry, by Jerome.
The Helntit 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.
U-NEE-DA
Biscuit or.
Jinja Wafa
Or aome 0 her kind of Biscuit or Water such as
Wafers
Crackers
Champagne
Orange
Lemon
Strawberry
Vanilla
Chocolate
Water
Rents H M
High lea
Snow Fiake
Oyster
Ginger
Pretzels
Graham
Educator
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Just rttvcd a fresh shipment of ttit abovt t
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
FORT ST.
Telephones 12, 24 and 92, P. O Box 86
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB Til 13 ELEVATOR
WILLIAMS'
FOTO
GALLERY
Boston Building
A full line of HAWAIIAN Vlws.
TAROENA
CURES
DYSPEPSIA
Wo hne mimrroiiH testimonial)!
from people who roulil not eat fowl
without being dlstrc'bspil, hut found In
Taroena lioth n meillelno anil fooil.
After taking Tnroenu lor n while their
stomachs were nolo to tnko ordinary
fooil. It gltes the. iliKestho urguns a
lest nntl effects a euro by creating
normal, healthy conditions.
"IIcIiib a sufferer from fcrmcntatlvo
dyspepsia, I used Taroena, To my
surprise, Taroena anil my stomach
have alwajH remained on the best of
terms to my great satisfaction and
comfort.
"JAMES STIMKON. M. D.,
"Watsonvllle, Cal."
"I am satlsfled that Taroena Is an
excellent food for dyspeptics hecauso I
hao personally testrd It. I shall uto
It at St. Luke's Hospital,
"C 0. kunyon, m. n..
"San Tranclsto, Cal."
"Taroena, in my opinion, Is an ex
cellent Invalid and baby food, and In
the many eat.es when 1 hnvo used it,
it has alwas proved satlsfnttory. I
lmo four patients using It now.
0. n. iiuckni:i.u m. n..
"San rrnnclsio, Cal."
Wo havo a great many endorse
ments from medical men all over the
world. Every ono Is fnvornhlo to this
most wonderful, naturo-mailo food,
LOCAL AN!D GENERAL
Clasp pin, fnc simllo Harwirr. Mai.
Reward. Sec Lost column.
furnished rooms at 53 Vlify.ii'l
street. See To Let column.
The Tax Appeal Court convened
again this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Oeorgo C. Strntcmeycr has nrrhed
at his old home in Kliznhcth, X. J.,
pnd met with n great welcome.
Petition hns been filed by Mlrla
Knawa tor the appointment of a guard
Ian for lnr two minor chlliiren.
The hand will rUc a concert on the
grounds of tho Hawaiian hotel this
evening, beginning at tl.c usual time.
Tho underwriters sale of matting to
be conducted by Jas. I'. Morgan will
take plaic on the 10th. See nd In Vi'
Issue.
Tho libel of l'enrson & Potter s.
tho hark C. I). Bryant lias been set for
trial In the Federal Court Tuesday,
August 13,
In ltatlons have been lotted by Act
ing Oocrnor Cooper for a launch par
ty nt his homo at Pearl City Saturday.
August 10.
Divorce wni granted by Judge dear
today in tho enso of Knlotnwn n Ivi
lomona Klmoken, llhcllant's attorney
to hno n fee o. $50.
In the Police Court this fan-noon
Keakamal wns fined $10 and costs on
tho clinrge of assault and battery on
his wire, llaln by name.
Commodore Nicholas Veaer or
aclit Noma fame was a through pas
senger In tho Sierra, which lull for
tho Colonics this morning.
During the absence of T. J. King
from the Islands, C. M. V. Foster lq.,
will net for him under full power of
attorney. See under New Today.
Free Instruction In photography is
offered by tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. Think of It Cameras at
25 per cent below list with freo Instruc
tion as to their use.
The trial Jury for the August term of
tho United States Federal Court will
he Impanelled tomorrow morning nt
10 o'clock by Judge Katec. This Jury
was drawn July 19 and the list has al
ready been published In the Bulletin.
IMwin S. Gill, enltor of tho rtepiih
llcnn, returned In thu Siena. He wa
hlpjily amused oxer the efort of th
Advertiser to make out he was leav
ing the country and Justly Indignant
at the Advertiser's attempt to bring
his wile Into tho controversy.
'I lie Kalihl liquor distilling cases
will not come tip until tomorrow.
Huh makes four or live continuances.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngw-orth was so
busy In tho First District Court this
morning Unit It was Impossible lo 'it
tend lo any work In Judge Dl( key's
court.
Cabrlel. tne V.at Indian, iharged
with assault and battery on Marie Syl
a, wns this morning sentenced to six
mouths' Imprisonment nt hard labor.
Hip caso was a ery bad one. A sol
dier fiom Camp McKlnley prevented
what might havo turned out to he a
terrible crime.
Ono of the returning Honolulu peo
ple In the Sierra vestcrday said that
one could not w-ulk along any of the
principal streets of San Francisco dur
ing the day time without running Into
Honolulu people at all points. Me re
marked that the town was full of
them.
Tho cases of Ah Ol, charged with
burglary In the second degree; V. D.
Hamilton, charged with murder In tho
second degree, and the three Japa
nese (Uinrgcd with murder In the first
tlegreo nnd released on writs of ha
beas corpus, were culled In the Police
Court this lorenoon. but were con
tinued to call. In order to await tho
action of the Oram! Jury.
It turns out that Calhnn. the man
111 tested last night by Ofllccr Dovle on
the charge ot nsiuncy bus, with tho
nsslstuiuo of n pal, been holding up
peopln on King street at night time
lor some time past Night before laut
a )oung lady leturnlug home Horn
work ill night was hem up l nun
who answer tho description of Calhan
and the man seen In his company.
Tho home and buggy, piano and
other furniture of the Itev. W. K. Ax
hill were levied on this morning by
the High Sheriff on an execution Is
sued In lav or of George Ljiiirgus nnd
Herman Levy. Tho goods were carted
off lo Oahu Prison for sale keeping.
As they aio all mortgaged, the proba
bilities are that legal complications
will ensue over thu seizure,
Calhnn was arrested by Special Olll
cer Chester Dojlo at an early hour
this morning. Ho was dlscuveied with
another man Just outside tho gnto of
the Ilurgess promlsei on King etit'cl,
near Itlchards, lloth 1m.1i vvcio ttyliit;
to sell rings to passers by. .'nlliun
tried Doyle nnd Doyle arretted him.
'Hie other fellow got n.vuy beltno the
otllcer could act, and,' not wishing to
lose tho first man, he did not Jaro give
chase. The defendant np.itari-d in 1I10
Police Court this forenoon, but his
case was continued until tomorrow.
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fOMT
A KING.
HART & CO.,
(LIMITED)
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
FINE CHOCOLATES
AND CONFECTIONS.
Fresh Invoices of HbYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
ZEALANDIA.
TEL. MAIN i9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNED KINli AND
ALAKEA STRtLTb.
0AL1FORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICI5 HOU6U GOODS
Racilvtd b) U-i'i Suamrr.
'OMEN'S EXCHANGE
w
a 314 FOKT ST.,
M.M. Has tho Ecst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CU1U0S
In tho City.
FIiL'SH HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND FMDAYS.
Hull Vault Opened.
Tho vault containing thu books,
valuable papers nnd other matter of
E. O. Hall & Sou v,ns opened hist
evening after the tiro department had
thrown enough water on the ruins tu
cool things off. Although water had
entered tho vault under tho door. It
had not risen fur enough to do any
damage whatever and all tho books
and papers were found to bo In ex
cellent shape.
Tho work of cjearlng avvuy tho debris
began this moiluug and from present
Indhutlons, this will bo done In about
ten das' time. Tho work of prepara
tion for the new building will then he
taken up. Architect O. O Triiphagcu
will prepare tho plans nnd specitlct
tlons for tho new building.
BRITISH HVACUATIH).
Iiiidon. July 27. Telegraphing from
Pretoria, iimUr date of July Gth, Lend
Kitchener reports ttilhe Weir Ollhe ns
follows
"A deluthuicnt of Steliuekei a
Horse, oicupylng Ilrcmnsiloip, was
foiled lo evacuate July '.Mth b) a su
peilot folio of llueis, piohihly thu
commandos fiom AmMciium and l'let.
rlttlo The detachment fought Its vvuy
te, Lemhobo, a distance ot sixteen
miles, losing about ten killed or
wounded and a few missing."
Tho Evening Uulletln 75 cents per
month,
SSswimai.m
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 vey springy : : : : :
LADIES' $1.60 t MEN'S $1.73
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies9
Underwear
s
I;'
BY EX ZEALANDIA
we reuivfd an immense stock of
MtNin Underwear which we'll place
on sale by .WONDAY MOKMriO at
prices less than manufacturers' cost.
Greatest Values on Record.
LADIE5' SKIKTS with deep em
broidery tlounce at Si. 00
LADIES' SKIRTS with four rows of
Toochary, Lace and Insertion at S1.50
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
Greatest Values that ever were pi iced
on sale, for ::::::: :
15c. 85c 45c and 75c.
LADIES' GOWNS
50 styles to select from all new poods.
Special Values for one week. 20 0.
Ladies' Gowns on sale for 75c Cannot
he duplicated less than Si 00. : : :
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
INSURANCE.
LIFE
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HONOLULU 6TOCK BXCHANGB
Honnlulil, Aug. 8, toot
NAME Or STOCK
MERCANTILE
C. Bfwft Company,
ns cMDa.OM.ti
L.U. Kerr b Co., Lt4
SIK1AR. I
F ('lin4tlor Co .
Himo I'lanuilorCo I
HHinAtrlculturilCo
HJwilUn Com ft Su Co
MiwalUn Sueir Co .
Hopotnu Sueur Co . i
HonoWa Sugar Co . i
Hi ku SuKar Co ,
(Cafiuku f'larutlon Co
KircU'UiLCo LtJ.ail '
t1V CoLlI riup1
afiulii Sujtf Co i
Koloa Scsar Co
Kom Sufar Co.. a
McfiryJcSuCo.LJ.asl '
' fti ut I
NaMkuSiteCo LUatl
Cirital
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Onotrii SuicarCo
Ookala Suear Plan, Co
OlaaSu Co.LlJ.asI
OlaaSuCoLtJ, p4upj
Olowilu Cotrrany
Paauhau hu, I'lan Co
PaclAcLtijcarMMI
Pala I'UntJt'on Co
l'pkeo Supar Co
Plonrrr Mill Co
Wili'ui Art Lo .
Walana Company
Walluku &Uft;ar Co '
Walmana'o upat Co
WalrncatflllCu
MISCfcUANtOUS. I
WllJf f Stfamshlp Co
lnierUAi4&tcatn N Co
Hawaiian L'Ktrlc Cn
Hon Pa'VlTfc I an4Co
t1.011, 3trV tauJry .
Mjtuji fVhonCo
J Wv a LanJ Co
,off7? H I b Co
First N."Aial Bank
FlrtlA.Sllank& T.Co
UftNLfe
Hiwj!lar.ov ftper cnt
Hawa'lj ov. jpfrcinil
HiloR. R, Co. 6 percent
Hon. harli Trtniit
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
ianu K Lan i (o, pr C
Oahu Planlatlon 6pc
Olaa Plantatlon6pc.
Walilua Agrkul 6pc .
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Sales. 500 Kwn, JIS.OO; 223 Kwa,
123.00; 23 Kwn, 24.87j: 15 Kwn.
S24.S7: 10 Uwn. J21.o"j; S Kwa,
ILM.S7.
MARINE
McIlNKRlW BLOCK. FORT ST,
FIRE
The disistrous fire of AuRtist 0, ijoi ,
ought to induce all far-sighted people
to insure their property. : : : :
F. S. Peachy & Company
AGP.NT8 t
German Alliance Ins. Co. of N. Y.
Svea Ins. Co., of Gotherburg, Sweden.
Office 307 Stangenwald Building
HONOLULU, T. II.
Tcl.-Mnln !taa. I. O. Uov l7.
THE EVENING B U L L li T 1 N
Tllfc OI.Dl.ST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'LH
A KlGMJYkE FOIt AUVtHriitUS Jt J Jt jt J Jj J, J&
WILLAHD E. nROWN,
P. IIALSTEAD
Halstead k Co.;
Stuck and
Bond Brokers.
Money Advanced
on Sujjar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Members Honolulu
Stock and JBond Exchange.
Albert Raas
FINANCIAI
AGENT
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
OrJers lor the purchase or sale of stocks
and bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Loans negotiated.
OFHICE :
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoftice Box 393. lelephone 169.
HONOLULU
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Colected, . .,
Agents Hazlewood Cream Co.
of Portland, Ore.
Agents Cccldental Oil Co.
of West Virginia.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P. 0. Box 667.
Laces !
I N
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Heal Terchon all over
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice' at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 PORT STREET.
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OutoMown subscribers to the Even.
Inrj Bulletin arc requested to send In
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
office.
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