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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., 'FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 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 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 of
best quality, Ready 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
The Hawaiian Hardiue Go.
f sit (tract. spposlU Spreckeli' Bank.
The NEW MOUND
J. OSWALD LUTTBD.
Hotel St near Fort, Honolulu,
Garden Lanai Lunch
1 Cup English Bieakfast Tea . . 5 cents
1 Cup Pure Kona (Hawaii) Coffee 5 "
t Small Cup Chocol.it 5 "
t Large Cud Chocolate (Including
cream and sugar) 10 "
Pried Ham and Bggs (2) 25 "
a Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled. . .10 "
t Plate each, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts, Hot Buns, Snails,
Toasts, Cakes Prune, Apple
Sauce or Guava Jelly 5 "
a Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches. . . to "
a Deviled Ham Sandwiches o "
2 Sardine Sandwiches to "
2 American Cheese Sandwiches .10 "
t Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot. to "
t Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot ....20 "
1 Glass Fresh Milk to " .
t Glass Plain Soda 5 "
t Gliss Ice Cream Soda to "
1 Dish Ice Cream 15 "
Strawberries and Cream In Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to order.
A large assortment Just received.
Make your selection early.
You will WANT ONE for
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd,
t tf it it it H H ti
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
it a a a a a a a a mi a a it a a it it -:t a- it a
LOCAL AND 6ENEKAL,
Tho Orphcum tonight.
Captain C. J. Campbell In out today
after confinement of several days with
Tlio Pound Master's notice of cstrays
appears under Now Today.
Appointment hy Superintendent Mc
Cnndlrss nppenr under Ily Authority.
No passengers will he taken hy tha
Monna nccordlng to tho new regulti
tlons. Oahu Lodge, No. 1. K. of P. meets to
night nt T'30 o'clock In Castle Unit,
Tho Nippon Maru did not get nwny
for San l'ranclsco until nfter 1 o'clock
T. CV Wills returned to his home In
I'ahala, Kail, Hawaii, by the Manna
I.on this forenoon.
A full lino of wash shirt waists In the
latest Btjlcs Is now being unpacked nt
Tho Lace House.
United States District Attorney John
C. llalrd Is expected to arrive In Hono
lulu early In July.
Notice of tha appointments by tho
Superintendent of Public Works ap
pears In today' elsstic.
ltobertson & Wilder for defendant
!me (lied nn appeal to the Supreme
Court In tho assumpsit enso of Ng
Chung Tug s. .lick Kee.
Alex. Young has subscriptions of
more than ltlfi.000 for tho Hospital for
Incurables, of which $60,000 belongs to
the endowment fund.
Captain V. D. Walker will lcao In
the Mlnwera on July t for Vancouver,
where he will begin his long projected
fish guano enterprise.
Tho central committee of the fourth
district met last night and held a de
sultory conversation over tho calling
of primaries In the event of a special
The Blgns "High Sheriff" and
"Deputy High Sheriff," In gold letters,
may now be seen on the doors of A. M.
Brown and Charles F. Chllllngworth at
the police station.
Sister Martha of the Order of the
Sacred Heart died yesterday after fifty
ears' work In this country. Tho funer
al will tako place from the Catholic
church this afternoon. Tha Sister was
72 jcars old and n native of France.
Among the passengers for Maul and
Hawaii ports in the Mauna Loa this
forenoon were the following: II. Mor
rison, Miss Qrccnwrll, A. P. Holler,
Father I.lebert, Judge Kahaulrllo, F. 8.
Dodge nnd Mr. and Mrs. 12. S. Hoyd.
C. II. Merrlam of Fltchburg is one of
the'rccently arrUcd American citizens
who contemplates making his futura
homo In tho Territory of Hawaii Mr.
Merrlam was for seeral years assist
ant registrar In tho registry office of
Fltrhburg. for sometime previous to
that having held the position of treas
urer of the Fltchburg nnd Leominster
The fire whistle blew nt nbout 1:30
p. m. today, caliTng tho tire department
to n Portuguese shanty near the
Queen's hospital. The Arc bad been
put out by people of the vicinity so the
help of the department wns not re
quired. The blaze was started by ehll
dren plnlng with matches In a room.
The bed was badly burned and soma cf
the furniture was scorched.
Current UUtory for June.
Cuiren History for Juno sums up In
nilmlrable foim tho news of the past
month. To the reader of the daily
newspapers and all who try to keep
nbreast of the tldo of progress in theso
lays, this monthly epitome is of tho
Kreatcst value. It presents the gist of
what lias been going on, giving all tho
rsscntlnls and putting the reader In
familiar touch with all tho complicated
Issues of the day. The contents of each
number cover the entire jvorld in their
glance, Including, among scores of
other topics, nblo reviews of the latest
developments In tho Boer war and tho
political Issues arising therefrom; our
dispute with Turkey over the Armen
ian Indemnity claims; the general po
litical situation In Europe; the Russian
advance in Central Asia; all the de
velopments in the extremo East; Cu
ban and Porto Klcan questions; Phil
ippine war; the coming Presidential
1 onlest; leading Incidents of tho busi
ness and industrial world; Ilrltlsh Im
perial and Australasian Federation
movements; Isthmian Canal problem;
contemporaneous events tn South
America, Asia, and Africa; the total
eclipse of May 28; color photograph;';
new mechanical inventions; valuable
nrchaeloglcal finds at Uphfsus and
Crete; ecumenical conference; Meth
odist General Conference; biographies
of many important personages; 7 maps,
35 portraits, etc. Jt.50 a year. Single
numbers, 15 cents. Boston: Current
Bark EIhc Stranded at Apia.
Apia, Juno 2. Whilst tho Danish
bark Else was making port on Wednes
day last she stranded on tho long reef.
uio nnrnips in tno naroor at onco
sent off their steam launches to her nS'
slstancc, but It was not until four
hours later that she was got clear by
the united States ship Abarcndu,
which also went to her assistance.
when the bark made port. The com
mandcr of h. M. S. Cormoran kindly
sent his divers off on Thursday morn
ing to make a survey of the vessel and
we are Informed that she has sustain
ed a good deal of damago to her plates
and that It will be necessary to have
her put Into dry dock before she will
be fit to carry cargo. The Klse Is an
Iron bark of C33 tans, and was built at
Port Glasgow in 1870. She was pait
owned by tho captain and registered in
Denmark. An inquiry was commenced
on Friday before Judge Knlpplng, and
will be continued on Tuesday next.
CHOATK'S PHILADELPHIA JOKE.
Mr. Choato, Ambassador to England,
Is credited with the last Joke on
J'hlladclphiu. It was at a dinner giv
en 111 mm vy ine memuera 01 me rnuu
dclphla bar. The tousts of the even
ing had been given, when the chair
man, with a Jocular remark, called for
a eulogy of the Quaker City. Mr.
Choato arose anil, with a bow, began
what promised to be a magnificent en
comium upon the glories of the city
of Penn. So magnificent, Indeed, were
his compliments Hint n feeling of nn,
prehension begun to creep over the
(ompany. It occurred to them that
perhaps that was an element of sar
casm In theso honcjed phrnscs. Final
ly the speaker paused. "I wish to con
gratulate you especially," he then said
"upon the possession of two of the
most distinguished iltlzens since- the
dns of Washington Albert Onllntlu
of (icnewi, nnd llenjnmjn Franklin of
BISHOP CREIOHTON'S DlbCOVEHY.
Tho Archbishop of Canterbury, In
his 011 th, bad some experience as u
farmer. Evidently the Bishop of Eon
don's education In that respect was
negleited. In tho account of ono of
his speeches nt tho Church Congress ho
Is reported as saj Ing: "There Is a cer
tain class of people who nre like hens
when they hno laid an egg. They form
their opinion with such difficulty, ap
parently, and so seldom that when they
luto formed one they go and crow to
all tho world to show Unit they hao
done It." Wo would rospectlfully ad
vise Dr. Crclghton not to draw nn il
lustration from crowing hens If hu
should ever bo addressing a rural audience.
And see our snappy line of
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
Tills is one of them.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD-,
519 Port Street
IOCi For Ladies Swiss RibbeJ Vests a 25c. article.
lOCt For a six yard piece of Feather stitched braid in white, black
For your choice of 100 dozen of Handkerchiefs embroidered,
lace trimmed and plain hem-stitched.
For almost any kind of a leather belt white pr colors.
For Ladies Hermsdorf dyed, black English made hose $2.40
For Ladies' or Children's side elastic hose supporters, white and
For handsome gold plated link cuff buttons for Ladies and Men.
$1.00. For .1 Gloria Silk Umbrella. Paragon frame, color stainless.
Good for rain or sun.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Retailers of Dry Goods at
A Hot Weather Combination.
A BLUE FLAME W1CKLESS OIL STOVE
AN ICE CREAM FREEZER
A WATER COOLER
:: See them in the large display window.
The blue tlame stove is in operation, and runs from 7 a. m. to 5 p. m.
without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL. NO DANGER.
Repairing of All Kinds
Cor. Forr and Beretanla.
Don't waste money; go to practlcsl
watchmaker- Cleaning, $1.50. Mai
spring, ft. 50. Alt work warrant
Gold and Silver Smith,
205 Hctel stmt. nr. Benson, Smith tt C
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, June 22, 1000.
WW. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Sole Acents for Jewel Stoves. Stnndrd and Puritan Blue Flame Wlckless Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Double-Coated Granite
When you'i-n through rcttlnff pirtlal re
lief f nim tuadaeht or Muratgla by tho Ur
of unco ruin romwlloi. try n cu-o that 11
thorough-' tio thit pnornnlNHl to euro
or money ru funded, t-urthermorc, tli
only romtxly miaruntcrtl to contain no
opium, mormilne, autJpyrliie, or oilier
harmful sulwtancc. Jut a poody,
wholosomo, unfaltiDir euro.
Care htalaehi od neuralgia, nothltyrelws
Din mm nur la m minuyw. uragguu
iuo world oror ffutrnmpo mem,
Dairying In New Zealand.
John A. Itiiihllck, ft passenger In the
Mnana, Is rcturnlnR to Canada from n
jcar anil u half of scrvlcu as ilnlry
commissioner for the Now Zealai.il
Kovcrnmrnt. Talking to a llullrtln re
porter this morning, he Bald the dairy
nrnduc eof New Zealand hail liurenscil
57 per cent the pist ear. All dairy
produce for export Is graded and frozen
nt gotcrnnimt expense, being shipped
to Hngland In refrigerator steamers.
Itcports from Homo show that the New
Zealand butter Is better liked than over
before. Tho foregoing good results nro
due to Intelligent government Hiipi'
vision of the Industry. Good butter !s
between 1C nnd 17 cents a pound In
New Zealand. Mr. Huddlck Is going
home to accept ft position from the
NAME OP STOCK
C. Ilrcwf r At Company
American Sueaf Co 1.500 ew, too
cwa I'un'aTion 1.0 ) mo 0001
M.mrta I Mjnf Jtlnn Co . iw
HawallanAerlcuIiiiralCo i.uoa.ono1 100
Hawaiian am aou lo tiitTjo
Hawaiian Suzar Co tocoooo 'low
llnnomu u(;ar Co f to.oi loo
Hnnnkaa ?uar 1.0 aonooool
Haiku burar Co , I joocoo !
Kahuku Plantation Co too ono 'o
Kama o 'Mir 1 o lij a
Katnato Sue Co, fi up
KIM I1 C UJ Pi Up f , i,sooJ
Kliahulu Sugar Co ' i!o.u! i
Kbloj suair C .,.i vx.W 100
Kona Sucir Oi , t
kik.1 Su7r Co pJ up
Maumlf I Su Co pJ up
McHryJf SuCo.U a
" pi up
Nahiku WCo LtJat
" " " pJ uo l
vnnu uiar km.
Ookala Suear Plan Cod
Uia su to , 1 u , i
raaunau mj. I'lan io 5oun y
I 0OKl "CO
1 loo ono
lo.l v ono Vu
ll ttf jj to
1 ) I f vo ot t
Pacific Sugar Mill ....
raia rianianon t-o ...
Prpkfo Surar Co -
I M on r Mill Co
Walatua Aer. Co. ail
W alaluaAirr Co. pi up j
Waiiuku Sugar Co
Walmanaln Sugar Co
lnterMani Stram N Co
Hawaiian I Uctrlc Co
Hon Steam Launiry.
Mutual Trlphon Co '
Makaha " Liplipf
OahuRy&LaniCo . ,
Pioplt s ct At K 1 1 Coj
Hawaiian Gov jpercrnt
Haw O PotSa4Hprrcl
II1I0R k.Co. 6pfrcnl
cw rianTai n o per rem
Kahuku Plant 6 percent
Oahu K & Lani Co pr cl
5n orn loo
tV om! ton
tj nj ou
f JO.CTjU, lOOl
Sales 50 llonoka.t, f 52.00.
A UKFUIU.ICAN HAT.
Michael Joseph Harry, tho poet, was
appointed a police magistrate In Dub
lin. An Irish-American was brought
before him charged with suspicious
conduit, nnd the ccinstablo sworo
among other things, thnt he was wear
ing a "Itepubllcun" lint. "Does your
Honor know what that means?' 'Inquir
ed the prisoner's lawjer of tho court.
"I presume," said Harry, "that It
means at hat without a crown."
There nro not less than 25 colonies ot
Hebrews, most of them thriving and
self-supporting. In Judea, Samaria, Up
per Clalllee and In trans-Jordantc re
gions, with a total of 4,500 colonists
and about 1,000 hired Hebrew laborers.
6tcvcnHon'H Grave Undisturbed.
I In a lengthy and Interesting reply to
the letters published on tho subject of
fitevensou's grave In Samoa, when the
German occupation of tho Island
brought the subject prominently for
ward, Mrs. Robert Louis Stovenson
states that she has no Intention of al
lowing her husband's grae to be dis
turbed. Samoa Herald.
For the Wet Weather -
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS -wr-W
Also CRAYANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors ;
TO CURB A COM) IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the uiouey If It
falls to cum. E. W. drove's sltcnsture
'Is on escb box. lb cents.
"IlulTalo" Jones of Oardcn City, Kan ,
has closed a contract with tho Smith
sonian Institute to spend the summer
In the Rocky Mountains (nptuilng ani
mals for tho Washington Zoo He has
been Instructed to bring In a mountain
shicp, of which there Is none In captivity.
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In Great Variety. M
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 ort Street.