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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and.E, B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
Colorado Engine, Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. Lard,
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; Cor
bolineum, Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti-Coloric sectional Pipe
Coverings, assorted sizes f to
4 inches and Plaster in Bags.
B. S. Anvils, B. S. Drills and
Forges, Hay and Fodder Cut
ters, Boiled and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniture Varnish ot
best quality, Heady Mixed
Paints, White Lead, White
Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Japan.
Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Galv. Iron Tubs assorted
Please "call and examine for
Tb6 Hawaiian Hardw&ie Co.
rt ttrMt. opposite Spreckils1 Bank.
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GBN. PILAR CAPTURED.
Noted Filipino Leuiler Run Down
by Native Police.
Washington, Juno 9. General Mac
Arthur has cabled the War Department
regarding the enpturo of General Plo
Del Pilar as follows:
"Manila. Juno 9. Native police cap
tured Insurgent General Plo Del Pilar
this morning. He was found lurking In
the neighborhood of Ban Pedro Macatl.
General Schwnn's estimate, of the Im
portance of this news Is contained in
"The capture of General Plo Del
Pilar, cabled by General MacArthur
this morning, Is a most Important one.
Pilar wbb regarded as one of tho most
active and uncompromising of tho
rebel chieftains. After tho disruption
of tho Insurgent go eminent and tho
dissipation of nearly ull the insurgent
organizations north of Manila, PUnr
managed to concentrate a considerable
force at San Miguel do Mnyumn, In the
province of Ilulacan, and although ho
was unable to hold tho place for any
great length of time, ho succeeded In
withdrawing his troops to tho moun
tains and in eluding the several col
umns that were sent out to destroy him.
It was dlfllcult to keep track of hU
movements, and he frequently was re
ported as being at a number of places
at the same time. That his capture has
been KecUd by the native police of
Manila, a, bpdy numbering some 400
evidences afresh tho loyalty of these
;neii to jhe American cause, so often
Impugned by both Americans and Kill-
MHB A COLD IN ONB DAY.
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The NEW EN)', AND
t OSWALD LUTTBD,
Hotel St 'near Fort,
Garden Lanai Lunch
1 Cup EnglUh Breakfast Tea scents
1 Cup Pure Kona (Hawaii) Coffee 5 "
1 Small Cup Chocolate 5 "
1 Large Cud Chocolate (Including
cream and sugar) 10 "
Fried Ham and Ekes (a) 25 "
3 Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled 10 "
1 Plate each, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts, Hot Buns, Snails,
toasts, -JKes mine, Apple
Sauce or Guava Jelly 5 "
1 Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches. . . 10 "
2 Deviled Ham Sandwiches 10 "
2 Sardine Sandwiches 10 "
2 American Cheese Sandwiches.. to "
1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot. 10 "
1 Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot 20 "
1 Glass Fresh Milk 10 "
1 Glass Plain Soda $ "
1 Glas Ice Cream Soda 10 "
1 Ulh Ice Cream 15 "
Strawberries and Cream In Srann
Sherbets and Ice Cream In 'quantities
maae 10 omtr,
A large assortment just received.
Make your selection early.
You will WANT ONE for
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
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"SIRL FROM PARIS."
Popular Piece to Be Put On by
The "Girt from Paris" which takes
the place of Mascotte tomorrow night,
should crowd the Orpheum every night.
Like most good things it Is expensive,
costing a royalty of 150 a night to pro
duce The pleco Is practically a modern
farce-comedy with an up-to-date amus
ing plot, Just a trifle Krenchy, set to
music nnd augmented with a big cho
rus. This style of play lias become nt
trcmcly popular of lato years, the rapa
cious public, ever harder to please,
seeming to be for once satisfied with
such dishes as the "Girl from Paris."
In the first place thero Is a clever
fnrco comedy telling of the trials and
tribulations that befall a clergyman
thiough the giddiness of a brother pil
lar of the church. The combination, of
a typically French chanteuse with a
pillar of tho church In Itself suggests
splclness and when tho "pillar" has a
wife and grown-up daughters tho com
plication assumes such dimensions that
tho precipitate flight of the Innocent
gentleman and his reported death nn
the Continent seem a natural sequence.
Thero Is one character In the piece
that alono would have made It a suc
cess, that of the landlord of a German
spa, a man of diabolical Ingenuity and
without compassion. He regards all
tourists as his victims and mixes In a
vat a horrlblo decoction of bad eggs,
salt and water which he terms a, natu
ral medicinal spring. The nausea of
those drinking It he regards as a su
preme Joke. The character la eminent
ly ndapted to Mr. Wolff who Bhould
give & most laughable Impersonation.
Mr. Grafton Uaker, the tenor, has
effectually iVcovered and will positive
ly appear. Hiss Ladd and Mlss'Sallln
ger have excellent parts as hnvii Mr.
Got! and Phil Ulranson. Daby Hutu
will add her dainty personality totho
list of attraptloulujw swpll the-" "
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Orpheum tonight.
American Messenger Service; Ma
sonic Temrle. TeJ. 444
The mall by the Mariposa was dis
tributed at about 2 o'clock today.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P. mets
tonight In Castle Hall, Fort street.
Tho grand house moving of public
omces will tnko placo tho first of July.
The Lehua will Icavo for a special
trip to Lahalna at S o'clock this after
noon. An Important notice by the Hono
lulu Water Works appears under New
E. P. 'Mable was1 the only passenger
from Makawcll In tho W. G. Hall this
There were 92,186 bags of sugar left
on Kauai yesterday when the W. O.
Secretary Charles Wilcox Is back at
nis desk after three days of the pre
Wa Kee, charged with common nui
sance, was fined $3 and costs In the
Police Court this forenoon.
T. C. Wills, merchant and postmaster
at Pahnla, Hawaii, Is In town attending
to public and private business.
The Triangle Literary Club has de
cided to hao no meetings during tho
hot months of July nnd August. .
Through passengers by tho Mariposa
are all over town and In tho suburbs
today seeing what there Is to be seen.
IJ. V. Dillingham was In San Francis
co when the Republican delegates nr
rlvcd. He accompanied them to Phlta
The wedding of Miss Alva Dnnfnrth
and Mr. Frederick tango will takn
place In St, Andrew's Cathedral this
Miss Edith Howe, nrofessor of clo
cutlon at' Mills College will give two
literary recitals at the Y. M. C. A. See
au under New Today,
Twelve mongooses have been trapped
In four days on Pacific Heights. The
noxious animals have been depredating
the nests of skylarks up there.
A ..alfwhltc named Cogshall employ
ed by Wilder & Co. Is In tho Queen's
hospital severely Injured by falling on
a picket fence. He is Improving.
Mashlmoto alias Shlmoda was fined
1150 and costs In tho Police Court this
forenoon on the charge of selling
slplrltuous liquor without a license.
In the Pollco Court this forenoon At
torney Weaver called Captain Parker
by tho nnme of Koapa nnd thero were
nil manner of smiles among tho attor
neys. This Is the last round trip of tho
steamer Mariposa In tho Colonial mall
contract. On her return to Sm Fran
cisco one of the new Oceanic liners will
take her place.
Ilrucc Waring & Co. nro disappoint
ed In not receiving the tie plates fur
tho Pacific Heights trolley line. Ac
cording to Instructions tho material
should have come In tho Mariposa.
Tho time has onco more arrived for
the announcement of the night bloom
ing ccreus show at Punahnu. Now for
dally locaU In the papers nnd poetry
Inspired by tho beautiful blossoms.
Thcio Is a big mass meet In of na
tives nt Wnlalua this evening. The
thiee natUo lea.lcis, Messrs. Wilcox,
KalnunkalnnI nnd Knnlla arrived at
Hot place this morning and aro stay
in gat tho Queen's place.
M. W. Ilackus nnd wife of Oakland
were passengers In the Mariposa thlo
morning. They nrn hero for a month'
visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Rhodes
Mrs. Ilackus Is a sister of Mrs. Rhodes.
Mr. Ilackus Is a wholesale shoo man ot
Postmaster Oat stated this morning
that It was Impossible for him to de
cide on his other appointments right
away on nccaunt of not hnvlng learned
as yet the pay ot the various positions.
He will be in a position to name all
his men In a few daa now.
In tho Police Court this forenoon Ah
King was lined $1 Oand criBts on tho
charge of having chc fa tickets In pos
sesion. Deputy High Sherirf Chilling
worth stated that somo "Ineco" had
been found on the fellow but that the
charge of unlawful possession of opium
would not bo pressed.
On nccnunt of tho many Interesting
cases In tho Police Couit this forenoon
tho court room was crowded. When
Judge Wilcox took his seat ho Bald,
"All right. Marshal," forco of habit
was so strong. Then Hnnrahan, pollcj
oftlter, knocked twice with his
knuckles nnd work began.
Judge Stanley has discharged the In
junction of M. 12. Klllenn ngnlnu
Charles llelllua and others and re
leased the bond except as to past dam
ages sustained by defendants became
of the Injunction. The Injunction was
to restrain defendants from building
operations at Union street and Garden
lane which would deprlvo plaintiff of
air and light upon premises leased by
her from defendants. L. Andrews fur
plaintiff, T. McCants Stewart for defendant.
For the Wet Weather -
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS "r
Also CRAYANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON.
And sec oup snappy line of
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
This Is one of them.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
519 Fort Street
For Ladies Swiss Ribbed Vests a 25c. article.
For a six yard piece of Feather stitched braid In white, black
For your choice of 100 dozen of Handkerchiefs embroidered,
iace trimmea ana puin nem-stitched.
25c. For almost any kind of a leather belt white or colors.
20c. For Ladies Hermsdorf dyed, black English made hose $2.40
IOc. For Ladies' or Children's side elastic hose supporters, white and
25c- For handsome gold plated link cuff buttons for Ladies and Men.
$1.00. For a Gloria Silk Umbrella.
Good for rain or sun.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Retailers of Dry Goods at
A Hot Weather Combination.
A BLUE FLAMB WICKLESS OIL STOVE
AN ICE CREAM FREEZER
A WATER COOLER
:: See them in the large display window.
The blue flame stove is in operation, and runs from 7 a. m. to 5 p. m.
without any attention. The fuel costs
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL. NO DANGER.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Sole Aeents fur Jewel Stoves. StjnJird and Pu-ltm Blue Flame Wltkle Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleaiuble
Mining Machinery. Engines.
Tunk, Mctul Screens.
Ko.k Crushers, etc.
HENRY A. ALLEN,
Mechanical and Elettrical bngiueet
Tel. 8jq. Representative.
411 Fort street, up stairs 15)7
...No. 10 ort Street.
n life Isn,
kit "ll. MM
Paragon frame, color stainless.
one cent per hour per burner.
Refrigerators, Double-Coated Granite
ST. LOUIS STRIKE TROUBLE.
AuthorltleH Believe Mont SerlouH
Part of Affair Over.
St Louis, Wo., June n. Sheriff Phot
m in and Chief of Police Campbell are ol
the op nlon that the reign of terror that
has prevailed lor a month or more as a
result of 'the s'reet railway strike. Is at an
eiu. Thev a-e confident that their com
bined forces will be able to prevent ary
further lawlessness. It seems to be the
general opinion that Sunday's riot was the
culmination or nice ouioreaxs.
According to the Transit Company's
management, enough mm to man all its
cars are at work and more are coming In
Sheriff Pholman's posse comml'atus has
almost reached the number 2500 asked
for by the Police Board.
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Linen Carriage wraps in
Repairing ot All Kindt
-- A SPECIALTY --
Cor. Fort and Rerpfrnij.
Don't waste money go to pnctlcil
watchmaker. Cleanlni, ft,$c. JUf
'print, 150 At! work warrant,
M P. LUCAS.
Gold and Silver Smith.
305 Hotel street, nr. Benson, bmlth h C
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, June 20, 1900.
NAME Or STOCK
capital i c
C. ttrtwrr St Company
American Sugar Co
fcwi 1'lanutlon Co
ti alUn AgrkttlturalCn
Hawaiian iom & u 1,0.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu buj;ar Co
Honokaa Suifar to
Haiku Supjr Co
I ,f 00,000
aiiuku fianiatmn uu .
Kamalo ug ia Ltd a
Kainalo bug Co. piup
Kliahulu Sugar Co
kolua Sugar Co . . .
Ktina Sugar Co , at
k'ona Susar Co pdup
Maunalrl Sugar o,a
Maunalrl Su to pJ up
4 51, COO
NahlkuSugCo Li 4i
wnj sugar io ,
Onnroea ujaf t.n , . 1
OokaliSurar Man Co.
t, IfO O-Hlj
I to tion
Olaa Su C.o.LtJ, pJ up j
Olowalu Coir ratty
raaunan su. nan .t
l.lO. L.. .... llt
rili 111 .iuuii mm .
t'ala I'lintiilon Co . , I
(VpreWeo Suar Co !
WataKia Agr Co, at)
Walluagr C, pi up)
Walam Company t
Wailuku Suk'ar Co .
Waitnanaln bugar Co I
Maine MU1 Cn
WllJVr tfimthlp Co
tntrr-UlanJ SwamN Co
Hawaiian I Irdrlo Cn '
Mon.KarU r ALinJCoi
Hon Suam Laundry
Knna-KuT &T.C LlJj
Mutual Telephone Co '
Makaha " LJ p4 up fl
t'tuplt t fit K ! g Lo!
Hawaiian (j iv. f per cent
H1I0 U K,Co 6 percent
I wa I'lantat n 6 per cent
KahJku I'Unt (percent1
Oahu R fit LanJ Co pr c
Sales io.om Huw'n Govt. 6s fyu; $
Ook.Ua, fiS.s; 5 Onkib.f 18.25.
There w III he a very Important meet
tine of the Kanuhanichu Alumni An
notation In the dub house on Fort
Htrect nt 7:30 o'clock Krlilay night.
Uery member la rccjuestcd to he pre
ent. The business will bo the ilwus
aion of a progrum for the coming year.
It has been proposed Unit lectures by
prominent men in tho city be Riven be
fore the club on stated evenings and
that other features be Introduced to
make the life of the Association In Ho
nolulu Interesting and Instructive.
One pound of sheep's wool Is capable
of producing ono yard of cloth.
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