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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 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 J 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 or
best quality, Ready Mixed
Paints, White Lead, White
Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Japan.
Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Iron Tubs assorted
Please call and examine for
The Hawaiian Hardline Co,
The NEW EHftAND
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
Hotel St near Fort, Honolulu.
Garden Lanal Lunch
I Cup English Bieikfnst Tea . 5 cents
1 Cup Pure Kona (Hawaii) Coffee 5 "
1 Small Cup Chocolit $ "
t Large Cup Chocolate (Including
cream anj sueir) 10 "
Fried Ham and bgzs (2) 25 "
2 Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled. 10 "
1 Phteeach, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts, Hot Buns, Snails,
Toasts, Cakes Prune, Apple
Sauce or Guiva Jelly ... . 5 "
1 Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches. 10 "
2 Deviled Ham Sandwiches to "
2 Sardine Sandwiches 10 "
2 American Cheese Sandwiches 10 " .
1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot 10 "
t Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot .20 "
: Glass Fresh Milk 10 "
1 Glass Plain Sodi 5 "
1 Glass Ice Creim Soda 10 "
1 Dish Ice Cream 15 "
Strawberries and Cream In Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to ordr.
BULLETIN OF NEW
"From Kingdom to Colony" By Mary
"The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Geber"-By Kate A. Benton.
"Feo"-By Max Pemberton.
"The Green Flag"-By Comn Doyle.
"D. Dlnkelsplel" -By Geo V. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlrmvood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre HlH"-By John Ken-
"A Manifest Uestlny"By JulU Ma-
"Sophia" By Stinley J. Weyman.
"Ked Pottage" By Miry Cholmondley.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd
ttstn a it c :t it a it it :t :t :t it a :: a it it it a a it a " '
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
The Orpheum tonight.
J. I' Howler Is Inck from Kauai
Rev i:. O. Slhn makes a trip to Maul
Tho dove ecnson comes In ngaln on
Kniml steamers report light winds all
J I). McVeigh loaves for llllo In the
Captain Win, Matson left for llllo In
the Klnnit today.
V. I.. Hardy teturns to Mnul In tlu
Claudlnc this nfternoon
The Misses Hwnrt arrived from Kami
In the Nlllinu this morning.
Nlcclj furnished rooms are offered
for rent. Seo To Ict column
After the opera tonight go to tho
Union drill for Ice crenf or o)sters
0. C. Hofganrd Is hooked to leave for
Makawcll In the Mlkahalo' this ufte -noun.
See Wall, Nichols new hnnk bulletin
mi page for n list ot nil the vcr) lat
John I'mmeluth took possession of
the old Murray carriage shop on King.
Scholars at Kamchamclin nre puh- (
usiung a niontwy tnpci, 'Die uiue
and Vhlte. '
No more becoming color could hnvo
been selected to adorn the Tribune
than robin's egg blue
The lOanhoti was nt Wnlmcn ells-
charging coil jesterday She will
finish this work tomorrow.
Flags for the Fourth of July can be
bought cbcnpes(. at Gonsnlves . Co
See their flag nil In this Issue I
Poles for tho telegraph station at
Mahulionn were shipped to llnwnll In
tbe steamer Maul Inst evening
Dr. Nichols has lost bis Scotch eol
lle and offers n reward for the re turn
of saint Sec Lost clunill oil pige 8.
I'ustlnnBtcr Oat statts that tbe te
imllnler of the Post Otllic appoint
meutH will vcr) probabl) be mailc to
morrow Mis C A Itlce Walter I)usenleig '
and II i: Wnlki r nie among tbe pise
engers for Kauai In tho V C Unit this
Itc. J C lln's subject tonight nt
the rollcgp bill will be 'A PI ice for
Manual 'I raining In the lklucntlonr.l
S stem of O.ihu Colli go" I
Ihe schooner Norma that we-i
aground at tbe enframe to the liarbo
white going out last week, has arrive 1
safcl) at Annhola, Kaunl
Dr. (arlu leaves for Mnul In tho
Cbiuillne this nfternoon to nettle up
mnttcis In connection with the recent
plague epidemic In Wnlluku
Tbe Jntnes Mnkee was discharging
inal at K.ipaa )cstcriln). She will
nnlsh this evening and begin loading,
stigir for Honolulu tomorrow.
Kvery room In the Klnnit Is taken (m
the next trip to llllo nml the strange
pnit of It all Is that tho great majority
of Intending passengers lire women.
Chairman Smith of the Fourth of
Jul) committee requests that members
of the committee meet In the Chamber
of Commerce rooms tomorrow noon
between 12 nnd 1.
Manngir Pred J. Cross with Mr How
den nnd Mr. Ilobbs leave In tbe Claud
Ine this nfternoon for Ijimil wbeietbev
will complete tbe work of establishing
the telegraph station on that Inland
And see our snappy line of
: AT POPULAR PRICBS-
Thls is .one of them.
fflcINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
519 Fort Street
10c. For L idles Swiss Ribbed Vest!, a 25c. article.
IOc. For a sK yard piece of Feather stitched braid in white, black
For your choice of 100 doen of Handkerchief embroidered,
lace trimmed and plain hem-stitched.
For almost any kind of a leather belt white or colors.
For Ladies Hermsdorf dyed, black lincjish made hoe S2.J0
For Ladies' or Children's side ehstic hose supporters, white and
For handsome- jjold plated link -tiff buttons for Ladies and Wen.
$1.00. For a Gloria Silk Umbrella. Paraxon frame, color stainless.
Good for rain or sun.
Repulrlng of All Kinds
- - A SPECIALTY - -
Cor. Fort and Beretania'.
Don't vvatfe money; go to a practical
watchmaker Cleaning, 5t.se Malt
spring, 11.50. Al' work warranto)
M F. LUCAS,
Gold and Silver Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith At C
HONOLULU STOCK I'.NCIIANGt!
Honolulu, June 26, 1900.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Retailers of Dry Goods at
- A Hot Wea:her Combination-
- U it it X it H it it it it it it it :t it it it it it it :t it it A.' it it it it it it k
FITZ MAY FIGHT AGAIN. I WON'T. TAKE SECOND PLACE.
II Ih Hand Is Better nnd He Is Dewey 8nys He Doch Not Aaplrc
Looking for Miitch
New York, Juno IE. Dnli Kltzslri
mona hnd another operation pcrformtd
on his hnnd today, and tho results were
bo flattering tnat the former champion
Is ftgurliiK on koIiir Into the rlnK uKaln
The CornlBhman'H prospective rival
will, In nil piobuhillt), he lorn Slim--l(cj.
ritzslmmons inlled on Tom
O'Hmilke todu) mid said he would he
pleased to llht Shnrkc In piefcrenee
to tin) one else
"If Sliurke defeats Ous Itulilln on
June Jfcth." O'ltourko leplled, "I will
malic u nintch with uu the- lollowliiK
ilaj mi mi) re.ibonnhlo conditions, the
mntth to ho foiiRht In AiiRiist.'
This seemed to satlHf) the nuhiiin
hnlreil hoxu Iheio Is nlso talk ot hav
ing Kid Mt Coj nnd Pltz meet In a slx
louud bout nt Chicago next fall M'
Co) is intllntd to make the match.
South China Quiet.
London, Juno 16, 4-20 n. m Tim
Hongkong correspondent of the Times,
under )estcrda)'s date , says- Tho
southern provinces of China aro still
(Ullot, although there was u slight ills
tmlmnce leeently ugalnst tho Cathnllrs
In tho village of Tal-I.ek, neai 1'nt
alum. There are somo misgivings at
the Idea that tho mllltar) uuthnrltlrs
nie about to cause a further depletion
of the Hongkong garrison.
to Run With Bryan.
Washington, Juno IE Admiral
Dewe), who returned from his Western
trip on Wednesday, vvaa Been today and
asked whether or not he would define
his position relative to the Vlte Presi
dential nomination. Ho replied that.
Inasmuch as he had not been offered
the nomination, It would perhaps be
piesiimptlous In him to sa) that he
would not accept It.
mil, it was HtiggeHteu, "niaiiv
Democrats throughout tho country nro
discussing the lUslrnblllt) of pluclr.if
joii on tho ticket with Mr. Ilrjan."
"I have never (ontemplnted being a
candidate fur Vlco President,' replied
the Admiral "I am not n cnndldntc for
nomination to that nflUo and would not
accept It If nominated My position Is
11m hanged I stand now where 1 have
stood for tho past threo months "
Tho nbovo statement was submitted
nnd approved by Admiral Dowcy.
A BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVE
AN ICE CREAM FREEZER
A WATER COOLER
:: See them in the large displav window.
The blue llame stove is in operation, and runs from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m.
without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner.
NO SMOKE, NO SWELL, NO DANGER.
NAM! Ol STOCK.
C Urrwtr ft Company
Amftlean uffjr Co t xiroo "
Lwa I Nidation Co 5000 w w
HjmoJ) rUnution Co it loo
Hi4HAnAKTlculturjlC i,o x
nwjnin oinv'MH.n tt tjo
llonumu Sugir Co
II n )ki4Suijr i. 1
lUiku Stijrjr Co
knliuku Plantation Co
Kitnaln Sue Ui LtJ At
(CAmat 1 Sub Co pJupi
KlhU'lintCo Lti al
Klhil I1 CoLtJ rJup
Klialmtii SuijJf Co
ktitnj Suirar Ci
Konj Sucjir Co )
AUurulrl uear Lo at
Mjitinilcl Su Co f J up
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for Jewel Stoves, Standard 111J Puritan Blue riame Wkkless Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Icefrlserators, Double Coated Granite
The excellence of the crayon
enlargements from small por
traits and miniatur photo
reDroductions mounted in
Among t. passengers for Maul and brooches and pins n)3de by
Hawaii ports In the Klnau lod.i) were y. n , r . ,
the following. Mrs vida. .:. i) Ten Kim Bros, have earned the
no. Dr. n. h. iteid, j. ii castie. c ii commendations of their cus-
Jiidd Dr. C. I. Stow, Sam Nowlelu. (' tOmerS.
11. iirown. c. a i)o)ie, j. w. (iirvin King Bros, have been in this
and nr. ciapimm jne for years and can be de-
Pollce'omcers kept closo watch on pended UPOn. If YOU W.mt
the Transport Thomns soldiers who anything of this SOrt drop a
" r line or call at their store.
Hotel street between Fort
were up town Inst night.
thought that there would he various
small celebrations on account of the
departure of tho transport toiln). Or
der was preserved,
Kino Job Printing nt
(luerrero S. Hoke, Miller street, cany
n choice line of groceries nnd dclha
cies. New goods every Australia
Kt. I.ouIk Strike Ended.
St Louis June IS. II) n practically
unanimous vote the striking street rail
wav union men decided toda) to accept
the new proposition presented h) their
executive committee and to empower
the executive committee to settle on
the basis of the clause regarding rein
statement without leference to tho
The lone weeping willow on Put-In-Ha)
Island, which foi eight) -seven
)cnrs has m irked the last resting placet
of the sailors who fought with Com
inodore Peri) In the battle of Lake
Uric, In IM.I, hns fallen. Afte r Perry
hnd received the sword of the defeated
Kugllsh commander, the dead bodies
of tho sailors were picked up from tho
decks of the ships, carried ashore and
Interred on the beach, a few rods from
the wnter's eilge, Thoro was nothing
to mark the graves, nnd a little willow
trio was planted In the mound.
NihlkuSucCo Lll Hi
I'anu sugar 11
Onotnt Sugar Co
O kali Siizar Plan o
Olaa u Cn, LtJ at)
Olaa Su Co Li J r J up )
I'aauhau Su Plan G
I'acltc Sugar Mill
Pala IMamaiion Co
IVprtkro Sugar Co
rionrrr .1111 e.n
Waialua Agr Co . ail
WalaluaAgr Co pi up
Walluku 5ug,ar Co
Walminalo bueir Co
Inttr-UlarU SttamN Co
HiwalUn LWtrk Co
Hon HapU T&UniCo
Hon Steam Laundry
Kona KnuT AiTCoLlJ
Mutual Telephnne Co
MakahaCoffnrCo L,as I
Makaha L.4 pi up I
I'tupit 1 i(f (K K I C U
HiMalianGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Oov j per cent
Haw (i PooiSav 4perc
HI, W K.Co 6 percent
Im I'lantai n 6 percent;
Kahuku Plant 6 rer cent
Oahu H St LanJ Co pr c
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fl nun Oivi aWtl
jckj coo too,
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5.K ori JO
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I vxtnuo luo
JOO Hew tOO
IfOOcJO t JO
$3 toJI luo
t )a to lo'
; ;s ..:::.
Sale; Olaa, pJ., $14.50.
The Issex Institute of Massaehu
hctts has received from the United
States Legation at Peking, Chtnn, nil
attested eoi), authentlcatecl with the
certificates and seals of tho Chlnesu
nnd American ilnvernmcnts, of tho Im
perial edict making a elemlgod of Cen
cral Ward was the creator of the Chi
nese ami) afterwarel commanded by
'Chinese" Gordon. This is believes!
to be tho only cop) In the original Chi
ne sc to bo found In this country, as tho
Stnto Department at Washington has
only an English translation of tho
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cent per
Some of tho nualltles of (tho Tl 11)10)0
vvhceKnro blue color, iejfcctlon of
'"pati'iJllghtness, sttcngtliJ durability
RuHHtans Linel Gun.
Tien Tsln, June II Tho Russians
have landed four eight-centimeter
guns These, with the 1700 men will
start on the march for Poking tomor
row, A train filled with searchlight
patiols the line between Tien Tsln and
Taku Tho opinion Is growing that th
Imperial troops will nttack the Inter
national column near tho capital, prob
abl) nt reng-tal. General Tung I'll
Slang Is In front nnd Ocncral N'leh In
tho rear of tho guards. Ten thousand
foreign drilled troops aro still it
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No. 10 "ort Street.-
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