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THAW ON" ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won Kive Ifirsfc and One Second 3?rize
Out of the Six Entries !
For Strength, Ease and Durability the Steumnc
lias no equal.
Houseliold Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
T. O, Box 430
B. W. LEDEKEB,
Just Recelvod at the I X L a Mew Stoak of
American and Hawaiian Flags
All Sizes in Bd.ntino
inr New nnl First-class SECOND HAND
DO YOU USE
If so, why not have the BEST?
It i4 Well KtKHVlt Unit . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
Bay Should your requirements call
for a first-class, but lean expensive
wine, wo have a full supply of
1ST Every hottlo of any of above
brands la guaranteed in perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
IMOl LlMlTKI). tt
Notice is hurohy given that
Mr. John Grnco is authorized
to colled nil ficoounts owing
tho T. ".'y'.j Dulry, and all
jioikoiih having olaiius against
Haiti Honolulu Dairy nro ro
(lioBti ' v HMit fie .-u.i. ni
oikjo nt tio ollica of iJatuvH 1.
)ovHolr, Ouoon stroot.
J AUKS i, DUWHKTT.
MAKES COMBINED !
T Corner King and Nuu-
mlk and Cotton.
FUKNirUltE of nil kinds sold cheap for
Silk Scarfs, Four in
Hands and Band Bows
Oil Doncn xrlll be o ll at 20c. Kuoll.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 8;
$1.00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTBrley BlOCk
Agents for Dr. Dowel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Ken fur Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
KJEST.A. U U A.ZSI T.
Hrendt JeffrBss & Co.,
Kin;,' Street, near Alakea.
B.i .nl per Week $4.50
miigle Meal a
IYa. Cullee, Oho .niutu mid ( akj.'.' .Toj
lee Cream and Cake 150
&S.i Wuest and G'.inleM Dining
Rmiiu In tlie iilty. Open evening.
Womuu'H Exchange Old Stand.
First Class Meals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now WaiLois,
Now Furniture nnd Dishes.
ftornir ICIni; n. I Al' f Sueet,
JIuiiululii, ,J1. I.
Mrs. A, Sclimudon Praprlolrcss.
RimilM ISli-uiio Ull,i rln4k, wi
llnanl, twin -'i 00 iwr im-k, unwilling
lo rrijulriniuiiU uf id. vuikit.
rii only H-.' I'f iiinin'ii, Out 1I011
In lli itlty. flKM'AVICNAnif,
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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 0, 1897.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Tomorrow, high tide largo 1:!11
ptn;high tide small .... am; low
tido largo 5:15 u in; low tidy small
8:55 p m.
Tho steamer James Makee is
expected today with a full load of
sugar which will bo discharged
into the Aldou 13osso.
The Aldeu Bosso will complcto
her enrgo tomorrow aud will sail
for San Francisco during the
aftornoon or early on Sunday.
Tho 5 masted schooner Louis
sailed in ballast this morning for
tho Columbia Ilivor whore sho
will tako on a load of lumbor.
Tho Iolani will have disohargud
her cargo by Tuesday next. She
will sail in ballast for Hongkong
where buo will receive, a cargo of
Tho brigt W G Irwin will occu
py the S N Castle's present berth
and will probably commence to
disohargo lior cargo in tho morn
No sugar has come in today
from the other islands, bnt the
James Makee aud ono of the
eclioouors were expected this
The barkontino S N Castle will
have finished discharging her
cargo this afternoon. She will
take all tho sugar which tho
Claudino brings down.
Arrived at San Francisco, Juno
2G barkontino S G Wilder, Mc
Noill, 2o days from Honolulu;
schooner Goldon Shore, Hendor
sou, 22 days from Kahului.
Tho Kaala arrivodvin this aftpr
noon from Oabu ports with 2139
bags of paddy, 250 bags of rice
and 15 packages of sundries. She
bIbo carried 9 dpek passengers.
The Brynhilda hauled to tho
Irmgard wharf this morning
and commenced to discharge her
cargo. This vessel was at one
time held as security for damages
in Calcutta for over two years,
having been in a collision with a
British India steamer by which
75 lives were lost, and in the sub
sequent law suit the case wont
against tho owners of the liryn
hilda. The brigt W G Irwin, WillianiH
master, nrrived in port last ovon
iug 11 days out from San Francis
co. Her cargo consists of GOO
tons of general merchandise, con
signed to W G Irwin & Co. She
has brought 1 day's later news.
On the run down she experienced
fine weather. Wra Bickell, L 8
Dyar, H N Dennison and Mrs
May Dounisou woro passongerb
From San Francisco, per brigt
W G Irwin, July 8 Wm Bickell,
L S Dyar, H N Dennison and
Mrs May Dennison.
For Maui aud Hawaii, per stmr
Kinau, July 9 Theo Wolff, Miss
Eiaie Quinu, "Us Julia Quiun,
Wilder Wight, H A Giles, Mrs J
B Gibson, Miss Hope Kinnoy,
E Dowsott, M D Mousarrat, J M
Monsarrat, Miss Eiwaha, Mies
So, Mrs O A Brown aud 2 child
ren, Miss Buokey, MissLawrenci,
llev O H and Mrs Gulick, ,Miss
Johnson, Mrs T Krouso, Miss
Mullingor, Miss Notley, A Porry,
N B Lansing, L C Lyman and
bride, T O Hetherincton, B Cart
wright, Jr, J no Notify, O E King,
British Commissioner A G S
Hawos and servant, Mr Craig, G
M Hobortson, C S Desky, E
Wright, Rev D Kiiuukiiu,Adminil
and Mrs BounUhio, Mr Buugh, F
W Damon, Mr Wong, AW Fea
Bon aud child, T T l'hillips, F S
Mncy, Mi-fl A Krouso, MisB Cora
Albright, Miss A Lishmau, Miss
D Lishmau, Miss M Oreightoii,
Miss L Martin, Tong Hon, Wil
liams and childron,M.iss Maltorro,
Miss Tuner, Miss Itiohardson.
llrlKt W (1 Irwin, WIIUicb, from Han l'rn.
Kiiiiiav, July 0,
Stmr Kaali, Motlicr, fium Oaliu porU.
'lllUIUIIAV. Jill) M.
Hlmr Kni'ii, l'arhcr, for WoUlut.
Mmr Wululmlu, OriKhry, for lUuul,
Am Ktir i,i)lU, IlDtvli, for (Jolmnl.U Ulver.
Hlmr Kliwu, ClatUc, fur Maul auJ JIh-WpII,
p iiim. 1 mii n.iiMjiT.rjiVPiw t
A MIRACULOUS FORTUNE
joh. 11. ito;Kt:t'i:i.i.f.K'rui: itit'ii
t iiAr u. i:Miru.
UN U'oallll Inrrrnaliic nt llln HhIb of
Firr Thniiiniid Dollar.! i:cry
John D. llockofeller sleeps
eight and a half hours every
night, retiring at 10:30 and rising
at 7. Every morning when he
cots up he is 17,705 richer than
he was when he weut to bed. Ho
sits down to breakfast at 8 o'cloik
and loavos the tablo nt 8:30, aud
in that short titno his wealth has
grown $1011.50. On Sunday he
goes to church, aud in the two
hours ho is away from homo bis
riches have giown 811GG. His
nightly nmuiuiueiit is playiug the
violin. Every evening when ho
picks up the instrument he is
$50,000 richer than when ho laid
it dowu the previous night.
These little facts give some idea
of tho reloutloss growth of this
man's fortune, writes a New York
correspondent of tho St. Paul
The average great millionaire is
content if his wealth is so invest
ed that it will bring in ! per cent.
Many are content with 3 per cent,
but tho Rockefeller riches oaru
moro than 7 per ennt.
Just how Mr. Rockefeller's for
tunu jumped S20,000,000 in three
months is easily explained. He
owns 500,000 shares of the SUml
nrd Oil Company, or a trifle mure
thun one half of the total capital
ization. The par value of those
is 850,000,000. In February biBt
the certificates wore sold at S-G0.
At this figure his holdings were
worth S130,000,000. Today, at
$300, thoy are worth 15i,000,000.
Last August Standard Oil certifi
cates wero sold at $190. At this
figure bis holding were worth
895,000,000, or 855,000,000 less
than they are today.
Joy Gould achieved world-wide
fame as a monoy-maker. Wheu
he died he left S72,000.000, and
the world stood uguaxt at the
wonderful achievements of the
mau 872,000,000 in forty yearn,
ulmoBt S2,000,000 a year!
But hero is a man whose wealth
has grown at the rate of SG,000,
000 a month, and the outside
world scarcely dreams of it; a
man who earned his first quarter
of a dollar honing potatoes on a
Tioga County farm, in the upper
pnrt of this State; a man who, 35
years old, did not have $1000 to
Some people say that money is
not made as easily or as rapidly
nowadays as it used to be. This
may be true as far as tho generali
ty of money-makers is concerned,
but the choseu few, of which
Rockefeller is tho promior, aro
piling up riohes today faster than
ever. Where in the history of the
world did any man ever make
855,000,000 in nine months? Tho
luck of tho bonanza kings of early
California duys dwindles to pigmy
proportions compured with it.
Nothiug like it was ever heard of
among the diamond mine princes
of South Africa. Wall streot or
Lombard street furnishes no
parallel. The histories of the
tiuauciors of Europe or of the
potentates of the East could bo
ransacked without unearthing its
Rockefeller's wealth is not all
locked up in the Stundard Oil
Company. Ho has nearly a solid
8100,000,000 invested in many en
terprises of vust magnitude. In
real estato bo has tied up 15,000,
000; in steamship linos, 32,000,000;
in iron miuos, S15,0u0,000; in rail
road stocks and bonds, 325,000,000;
in haul: stock, 88,000,000; in nat
ural gaB Btock, Sl,U00,00i; in man
ufactured gas stock, 83,000,000; in
miuos in Western States, 85,000,
000; in Government bonds and
miscellaneous securities, $12,000,
000, and in cash about 82,000,000.
All the figures just given are ap
proximato, as tho securities are
constantly fluctuating, aud tho in
cessant flow of iuoorae necessitates
new investments. A total estimate,
however, of 211,000,000 can be
regarded as conservative His
fortunu may bo greater by 10,
000,000, but it is hardly less than
tho figure just given.
This phicos John 13. Jtookofellor
at the huml of Urn ludiiuimiruu.
not only of this country, but 1 f
the world, At nno tiino it wim
Haid that Li Hung LIhujj with
tvoith tf00,000,000, hut this wiij
"IIWMK WW ff .
piovod a ureal oxnggoiatinii, tho
noted Chinaman not owning pro-
i)ori' worm oue-iuui 01 inni sum-
John D. Rockefeller is remom
bored among old Cleveland mer
chants aB a young man in tho oil
business who was often seen with
face, hands and clothing shining
MANUFACTURED 11V THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Work
Thppe, through good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
nnd RICE PLANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have made for
themselves 11 good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
We now prosent to the pub
lic a full line, ns follows:
The G. & 0. Bice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use nnd by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
v heavier work.
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
1776 1804. 1897
J. M. Wehu received per
"Australia" aud has now dis
played an ologant lino of
Amorican Flags in Silk, Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Muslin,
Largo Shields, Now Hawaiian
Flags mado to ordor from tho
oflicial copy, Red, Whito and
Bluo - TisBUo Paper for
festooning, Fancy Poles for
silk flags, Largo Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Garfield and President
Wm. McKinley, Jr.
All Prices Jtist Bight
No. 316 Fort Street.
Moiulto Proof Furulshe'l Itoomi
at No. (J.VT Bereiaula ntrer, old Treg
loan place. Telephone 020. 049 lw
A Cottage on ninnka M'tp of King
street, near III I Inn street. Possesion
eivtMi at once. Apply to
69 If A V. GEAR & (70.
Rooms To Let
Suitable for twn omall families, In
nepuratp building"; each p.ntlally Inr
nlslit'd if required. Inquire of
N. F 11UHGE8S,
M7 f 139 Miller ntreet.
The Biennial Meeting
Of the Members of the Queen's Hos
pital Corporation will Im d.-ld at tho
rooms of tlm Chamber of Cumin fee
ii THUIISDAY, ti.e 29th of July,
1897, at 10 a. 111. J
GEORGE W. SMITH,
Money to Lend.
Upon rt-al im Hccuritx, only a
limit, il iiiumiijt, on reuxniMblt. In
terest. RorrowN who-e lime l up
With Olll-r ItliirtgUKPeij, will do well
to confer with
Truxt-e, ai Judiciary Building.
The undersigned having boeu appointed
Administratrix ol Hih estnto of Nnnoy S.
Ellis, lute of Honolulu, Culm, d cornsed, by
order of the Houornblo A. 1'erry, Circuit
JucIro of the Kirst Judicial Circuit, ht-rcby
bo ifies all peiw s having clitims nRiilntit
said cutato to p.eseut tho uuu e with vou
chers duly authenticated, even though the
sumo 1h Hccured by nidrlgHRe Uhu real
ehtu e, to her at the office of J. Allred SIo
goou. Honolulu, O.ihu, within nix (G)
months from the dute hereof, or such
claims will be forever burred. All oi Bons
iudebted to Haid ujtnte aio also uotilicd und
directed to pay such debts to tite adminis
tratrix, VICTOIUA S. ELXfS,
Anministratiix uf tho Estate of Nuucy S.
Dated Honolulu, June 20, 1897. GH-4t
By irtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of tho District Court of Honolulu, Xsl
and of Ofilm, on tlw 25tb day of June,
A. I). 1897, ogainsl Yuu Fuok Hliing (Jh),
defendant, in favor of Yung Sooug Ch),
Elaintift', for the sum of Forty one IS lti'.l
olliirs, I li;ic levied upon und shall ox
1)0.40 for salo at tl.o tnuVn lloiibo, Kul.
kaua lluildiug, in tlm District of Honolulu,
Island of Unlm, at 12 o'clock noon of
Monday, tho 20th d.iy ..f July, A. D. IS97,
tu the highest bidder, nil tho right, title
and interest of the said Yun Fook Shiug
(Ch), defuuduut, in and to tho following
property, nuleas said judgment, interest,
costs, nnd my expenses bo previously p.dd.
1 ist of property for sale;
1 Carriage known as Hack No. 40.
II. It. HITCHCOCK,
Dopuly Slorshal Itcimblloof Hawaii.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian ialuuiln. In
Probate. I11 the matter of the Estato
of Joseph Laarus, late ol Honolulu,
Ottliu, dtceiiM-d. Tito laot Will and
Testament of nalil dect-itHiMl, having
been presenteii to suiil Court, anil u
petltlnu fur the Probate lliorcof, mid
for the Ih-uhiho of Letters Teslamen
tary lo John S. Walker Imvlng ! on
filed, notice Ih btreby niven that Fri
day, July 30. A. 1). lb'J7, at 10 o'clock
a. m In Allloi.Mil Hale, Hoiioltilu, Is
appolntiil the tlmu un.l pluce for prov
ing Mild Will 11111I liOHrliigHdlilappll.
calluii, uliun und lmiu uny pemou
lnterentfcil inuy appBiu nntlBlioweuiiho
If any they have why the prayer
of hiiIiI petition Hbotilil not he grauluil.
By in. ( .j
Ifoiiolnlu, Jin, i,,(0, jw)7,
UI-.U1CUJ-; UVU.H, C'lcik.
did ;i I.
The Evening JhUUtin, 71i cent
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