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Commission - Merchants
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS OF
JL X "V DEC : : STOO11
W. II. RICH, Ppck.
-S3 Queen Stpeal
On THURSDAY, June 28,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the reIJence ot beitwn I.' ce, Wvllle
St., near l.illh.1, I will fell al Public Auc
tlon all of the handsome household furni
ture, excepting a mall portion whkh Is
to fe taken lo Mr. Luce s new nome.
It consists h part nf silk embrolJereJ
chairs, ebony anJ mahogany chairs, koa
and Inlaid tables, pedesta , bronzes, com
plete set of Hutchinson's plaster casts, oil
paintings, music stands, old-fashioned
loom, larce handsome Chinese cared
sideboard, black walnut bedroom sets,
, complete bedroom set formerly belonging
to King Kalakaua, Havlland ware, glass
ware, decanters, Iron wine rack, stove, Ice
box. meat safe. etc.. etc.
Also the complete fernery, comprising
orchids, maidenhairs, gloxlnas, violets, etc
A free bus w ill be waiting the tram car
In Nuuanu valley from 9:30 to 10.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Continuation of the Big Success,
The Hit of the Season.
Lively Dialogue, Plenty of Laughter,
Good Singing, Excellent Dancing.
PRICES .50c and .75c
Notice the Change In Prices.
vv?r? " June 20.
Mr. James Neill
Presenting Miss Marguerite Mcrrlngton's
daintiest of all comedy successes,
Of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, which
ran 300 nights at the Lyceum Theater
Thursday, June 28-LORD CHUMLEY
Frlday-LADY WINDEMERE'S FAN.
Saturday-A PARISIAN ROMANCE.
Carriages may be ordered for Captain
Lettarblair for 10:30 p. m.
Hawaiian 0p m
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.,
in it font to ttrtt . utt, ttntt ! u-tc I
snJ tn ,tnt cut mtmlt Ikti tt tbt ttttst sJxtf .
TO LET Th room Modern Hmi occur lei y
Jo.rhCl Pumon LuiilHo trti hftwttn AU
III nJ KtrloUnl ill Hlor rtnx tftcr July to. A
cnnIJfM amount of hout lurrtUhini n t hi
with the rftmlw For rrtkuUr trplv it tht fei
dmc Niwrrn to tn iri4 t p m . or it th office of
HrucpWirlnc & Co nlt
r niWNlSMIh IfOOMS imnttJ for
houwWf-Hnv At Cottipf (trov. Klnr S rrc t
rpv'or L KINO ii'B.if
FOR HfcST Nktlv hurnlthf4Hoomcrnirilly lo
ctrJ Arply at in HmunU it. nttrlunhtol
COR RENT-OmCt ArrlvtoJ.M Monurrat.
1 No. to Mcrchanl tTfst ijntf .
COR KENT OTl ICES ulibl lor Doctor Dnt-
Arthilm atthf I lit bulMIng on JMti t.
Inquire Hart 5t Co , LtJ HciHt mmt
TO LET -COTTAGI nn I'juoi Nnal at preftrnt
occurl i ry Mr T If (lfvn Artl t
ij4 M & OHINUaUM&CO
TO LET-Thrlinct of John Efla at WalklH.
I fjrnfshfi or unfurnlkhrJ Largt yard anJ
houie, tarn ani tiM Told at a hol or In
(-art Tor tuttner parttcuUr, a.rtv to JOHN LNA
at I IS N C ' offic. Quwn nrt u6j-tl
I) - Ml WARD.
Tor lh r.iurn I a irh Colli .eflnit lo
mine f ! Pr Nultol. (or Kr.umoku i.4
NoHewttii ttwl nli
J OST A SMALL IIO comjlnine it nlllim bm
L ton hilpin t InJ.r pleati return ! till,
i flier M,9
WANTED-T.i wll (n Manll. Clear, al ?c
tatti Mrtl. Clu.r hlore . neat to Orrhum
PXPERIENCED SEW1SO OIHLS In dremakln
t- J.parlmtnl Wmin.y H Mtr.h tji
WANTED-A LARfiE IIIRD-CAiU Aprly lo
' nb thl. otnee
WANTED-A fi.ry ot MUNSON S SHORT
HAND SYSTfcM I'If.M brlnt to thl. cfnc
WANTED-FIVE MES5ENCCR DOYS al th
Amtrlcan M.tienger Service
WANTED A Young Man about ao yeara olJtl.v
Inewlth parenli. lor ro.ltlnn at clerk Mu.t
hav. (air knowledge of bookkeeping State alar.
a na djrtta P. O Box m nifia
WANTED-EXPERIENCE CHINESE COOK.
Wacu Ij.oo rer week. Call ytt Uertlanla St.
ANTED-THE CLUI1 DARBER SHOP th.
rl.Mher toucan ret a FINE SHAVE for
Mc While barber., toi king .treet, oppoite
etrftpolltan Meat Co. mtll
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -'
Oyster, wrvei In lh. .hell nntv Try hi.
famous Ham anJ tee SanJwIche. anj Coffc. Cor
Nuuanu and H.tel street DICK DALY Prorrltlor,
WANTED Men to know that they can ret ahaved
by a whin barber for is cent, at H.JEFFS,
6toK Fort aue.t opp Club Slablea itoo-tf
FOR SALE ONE light .rrlngdray. mule ani hir
ne... one luavy dray, mule anJ harnv.. will be
sold cheap. Arr'yt H Ihuma.. cor. King and
Smith St. i.6rmt
PR SHLE-A few very fine WHITE LECIIORN
COCKERELS, from .tuck Imported from Klurr
Bros . New York, breeders ot the finest White t.rg
horns In America Fhls is tour chinre ttlmrruve
your flock ot r-oultr with new blood While Leghorns
a'e the rrratett eir rroducers Inlliewnrtd Leave
order, at California Ferd Co. or ad Jres.WILLAMAY
KAM.I1 1UULTKT VAHUb Wahlawa, Olhu
FOR SALE-A JERSEY HULL eo month, old from
best strain of W (,. Irwin. Imported Jerseys
also one toung grade Hol.teln Jrttev cow In rail
by Leahl Dairy Mock Inquire of J. EMMtLl'TH.
.a? King street tjioll
1 OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
Tor Sale, Tor Rent. For lease
oo Merchant St Honolulu, II I.
roi; SALr or EXCHAsr,r-ciun nnutR
SHOP. King St easy terms. II JEMS.
COR SALE-ONE GOOD CAKRIAGL IIORSh
I Rubber Tire Phaeton, single names. All first
class Call or address J. W Club Stables tsl'-ll
FOR SALE 1,103 Lease ot ...lory business
property on Fort street e. years to run Ground
Rent $8o per annum, A bargain Apply lo
eu6 Merchant street
t?OR SALE TWO COTTAGES on Younir St
r orpotite L. H. Dee. Esq Inquire ot O. E.
FOR SALE-f iou. LOT In best portion of Katlhl
.lie 80x150 Applv to
No. 110 Fort streel.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. ByJ M VIVAS . ills
BOAKI) AM) HOOMS.
THE BALMORAL Young Mreel. town side superior
1 b.iard and rooms nrwlt furnished urms moder-
ale TeU-plmne Eo?
TO LET First-class Board and Rooms at the
Aloha House on Fort stuet iwmi
rRI.NCH ANI) UCKMAN.
AN EDUCATED Russian gent eman, recenl'y ar
rived here, who his been long In Irarceand
Germany and knows their languages thoroughly,
wishes t , glte private lessons I ermt, three lessons
per week, $i a month. Address, A. O V Laklmela
villa. 6iu Hotel street near funchbowl. i,66mi
MRS. K WINSOR of Oakland has opened Dress
making Parlors In lane bvturvn 444 and sjtHere
tania St .and will Jo fmsl-duss irs Ing at reasonable
terms. Suits $) up i)66-iw
ONEY to loan on real estate. Apply to Will E,
Mt)r. Heal Ctat Agent inJ Auctioneer.
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The U ilon Eirreis Co.
"" "lit 1 . amiu ijt jalc, 1I411I
RUDOLPH DUNCAN itatei lhat he I. still In the
rock and earth business although he has sold hit
Interest la the ballast business
Office. Uetti.l street In II. R, lllrchtock'i lav
R. HUDDV'S Dental Pril. are now open.
ii MAGIC i;
I WAFERS I!
ID ronta uil ilruunLI.
PER B. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burliank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (in tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all 11ns of
canned goods. CAMAniNOS' REFRI
GERATOR Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
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New iiioim on tin- 2Cth ut 2 "7 p. m
TIOch fium the United States Const
unit (tonditlc Stirvev 1n1ilf.
1 hp tides nt Knliulul and IIllo occur J emani proms now go to enrlcn the Uer
about an hour curlier tlmn nt Honolu- nun inanufMurerand lab rer.
lu. i Thelollowing causes have contributed
llnwnllnn Stnudnrd Time Ib lOh. 30m ? Germany's sucv.es in competition w ltd
slower than Orcniwicli time. belmt
that of the nier Inn of 187 30. The
time whistle I .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the jiiic na Greenwich Oh.
Wratlicr llmcnti, l'linahou. June 2T.
-Tpiiiiierntinc Morning minimum.
2: Mldil.'iy maximum. .L'.
nitrometer nt J a. 111. 30.02. Stiady.
!) Point CTI'.
Hiimlilltv nt 9 11. m. "S tier cnt.
Dlnmnnil llenil Slfinnl Station. June
27. Weather iloiul ; wind frtbli NE
Rainfall at Laiikahn .CO.
Wednesday, June 37.
Stmt James Makee, Tullett, from K.v
Stmr Keauhou, Mosner, from Kauai;
3k8g bags sugar
Tuesday, June 26.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maui
Smr W. G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, for Makawell.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn,forEleeleanJ Hana
pepe at 4 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Schr Alice Kimball, for Olowalu and
Klhei at s P- m.
From Kan.11. per stmr James Ahkee.
Jjne i6. Mrs. D. P. Law rence. Mrs Eva,
I ester. Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs .M. FreJenbetg,
..us. lopie.mrs. raiecnyanu zonuec.c.
From Kauai, rer stmr. Keauhou. June
27. r. K Robinson, E. E. Row ell, M.
vrane .nnu 7 on uecic.
For MakaueH, per stmr Mlkahala, June
26. J. H. Arendt. Mrs. Rennle. G. C.
Hofgaard, Mrs. Gouveia and J. Dyon.
For Navvlliwlll. per stmr W. G. Hall.
June 20. Mts. U A. Kice and child, W
u m i t Cmi.1 iu.ii..n.ii,.niu,n
Smlrl, Walter Dulsrnberg, '
,,. tit, av. jt iiiiii, ,vuiici LuiariiL'vis;,
H. E. Walker, C. V. Stltr, Paul Kahl-
baum and Warren Marshall.
The Walale.nle Is expected In from Kauai
The Kauai sails at 4 today for Eleele and
A d-serter from the Hera has been cap
tured by the waterfront police.
The James Makee will erv probably
sail agilnfor Kapaa tomorrow afternoon.
I he schooner Alice Kimball sails to
morrow afternoon for Olowalu anJ Kihei,
Tl.'. .hln 14 44,.,l. I.,c ,l.,,..t f, I
Delaware Breakwater with a cargo of
7014 bags sugnr.
The Transport Thomas was unable to
get away for Manila yesterday. She will
sail at K a. in. tomorrow.
Five sailors were sent to Kahuhil In the
ClauJIne yeite.-diy afternoon to to n var -
ous v essels at that port.
The Keauhou 'returned from Kauai this
morning. Among other things In the rc -
port is tne statement mat, on the trip up,
a lilX Ul UCCI llrtS UIUliCU UVeiDU.llU.
A reception was given aboard the James
Rolpli last night by way of celebrating
the marriage ot one of the Rolph sons In
San Francisco. There were quite a num
ber of Captain Dedricli's friends aboard.
Uangutorc to Kahulul.
The Bangalore will verv probably get
away for Kahulul this afternoon to load
sugar for San Francisco. She will have to
be toweJ and the Helene will undoubtedly
be the steamer to do the work. If the
Bangalore d ics not get away today she
will sail tomorrow.
lie rrcncu cruiser rriuei, ucrminct,
s.illed for Tahiti and other IsMnds of the
f,.- t- L ..,... r.... -. r i
South Seas this forenoon. A reception to
a number of friends was held aboard just
The officers are delighted with the many
p'easant experiences they have had during
their short stav In Honolulu and are in
hopes that they will be sent back to this
port at no very distant date.
Life InHurnnco Company In RuhhIii
Under date of April It, 1900, Consul
Smith writes from Moscow:
The capital Invested by Ineiinincn
companies In Russia amounts to 118,.
000,000 rilb'es $209,000,000.) The num
ber of pcrsoiiB Insured In 1899 was 21,
111, the Insurance nmniinting to 71,
000,000 rubles ($35,G0O,000.) Of the
abovo amount, 41,840,710 ruhles (?20,
920,355) was received by American In
surance companies; the balance by
TI10 Russian people, adds Mr. Smith,
ure only beginning to realize the ad
vantages of life Insurance.
W. S. WITHERS, Mjjr.
WHY GERMANS SUCCEED
J. F. Winter. U. b. Conuil at Annaburg
writes the Slate Department:
Of the 5lK,ooo,ooo,ooo worth of com
merce done by all nations, England's share
Is 18.) per cent, Germany's 10.8 per cent,
and 97 per cent falls to the Unltei State.
Germany has built up her foreign com
mer.e at England's expense) and the
United States, which Is just entering the
field, Is building up .1 great foreign trade
at the expense of both.
In Australia, In Africa, in South Africa,
ana n unina lie com men a renreeni.i
Pnr.Mrti. Cnll.h L..... k..l., '
Formerly. Eni!lih buyers hnutrlit m.inn
factured goo, s In Germany at ridiculously
iheap prices. These gojos were forward
ed to great merchint houses In l.ondui t
be resold In foreign markets. I'odiy, these
same goods for the most part are shipped
from the dlstrkt o' manufacture direct in
the bur In f ireUn (.ountrlei. I lie mid1
I:irj.t. German-itianiif.ictiirr'J trnnJ' are
che.irernnd In some cues better.
bciond. tje man merchants .nJjrt them
elej entirely to the wants of their cus
tnm'rs InJust'lal commissions have been
sent out to south America, Mexico, China,
Japan, South Alrica. etc., tu stuJv and re
port upon the conditions and needs ot the
people In tho-e countries.
I hlrd l heUerm.in travellnj; men have
a better technical know ledge of their
branches and are f.imllljr wltn more Ian
KUiRts than aRents of nther countries.
1 ney are aitlve, resourceful, anj KltteJ
with tact, three essential ihliiRs in sellliiR
onni-c It, fi l.mlnn nntii.i.
coot's lu a forelen counlrv.
If we ever hoe to ool.iln the fi -st place
commercially, we must watch and. to a
certain extent, adopt the weapons of our
rivals, viz: Technical schools, trained
traveling men, permanent and able con
sular oflicers who are keenly alive to all
commercial Interests, a mtrchmt marine
large enough to carty three fourths of our
exports, and sound money.
LITTLEFIBLD ON SPRUCE GUM.
Minefield of Maine, who mado a
deep Impression 011 the House by his
speeches on the Roberts case and on
the Porto Rico bill, lias been quiet re
cently, sajs a writer.
He sits In his seat, his Jaws moving
In a deliberate, rhythmic manner.
Some of his fellow members lmo biis
pected that lie wus preparing by panto-
mimic renenrsai lor unomer cnort ot
Lls llfe-' I!,lt ln n recent lmr8t of con'
fldenco the successor of Jlr. Dlnglcv
explained what was the matter. Like
,.,.. ,,,. ,., , , M, ,,,.
field's thoughts In spring turn crav
Ingly to spnuc gum. When the leaves
began to tome out in Franklin square,
upon whldi bis windows In Washing
ton look out, Mr. Llttlefleld began to
wonder what kind of n crop of gum the
last winter hail produced tn Maine. Ho
made inquiries at the Washington drug
stores and gut no satisfaction. Then
he teut to the wholesale druggists In
Portland. Ily way of response lie re
ceived n pound box of '"as fine spruce
gum as I ever saw In my life." The
rest Is told In the look of contentment
and the continued mastlflcntlon. "Of
all gum," said Mr. Llttlefleld to Mr.
Ilowersnck of Kansas, with a degiee
of enthusiasm which was wholly wast
ed, "the Ne plus ultra, the Erin go
hratigh, the E plurlbus iinum, Is the
spruce gum of Maine."
WlrP fc,1,e" nrP '''n"""1 for ,,ama"
to llvo stock by lightning stroke. Tlio
Jillicctor of the Iowa Weather and Crop
Service recommends the imo of earth
wncg llt intervals nlong the fences,
u11B,n-g Asiatic possessions are tlroc
1 , ., , ' .,,,.,,
1 times the size of (treat Ilrltaln s, but
"' ""'V 23,000,000 Inhabitants, is
(compnied with England'!) 297,000,000
The books of the Olowalu Company
will be closed to transfers from Juno
29th to Juno 30th, Inclusive.
H. M. WHITNEY, JR.
Treasurer, Olowalu Company.
for dinner giving and for
luncheons and for entertain
Ins; may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 240. nt Fort St,
Depot Olllce, Kherlilnn street, near
TKL. NO. WHITE 241.
Town Olllce, Fort street, opposite
TEL. NO. 690.
No 1 Butter Tor Saib.
Delivered twice dally to any part of
jfcj S365ESSi5EiBi55SS35355E5ijMr'j jKl
IT COSTS $10.00
per nxtiith ('i rent a wheel and for (he sum of
S 1 5.00 vou can buy from us a second-hand bicycle,
Kiiaianlecd If) be in first-class running order. We
have (hem for (his fictile and tipwatd and in (he lot
there are a few of the well known Columbia Chain-
less which gives you a chance to get one of these
splendid wheels for a very
:: 'Call and get
E. 0. HALL
1776 - Hurah for
Day Building. Berctanin St., nenr Central Fire Station
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,,
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
At a discount of 2 pjr cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock ancS
expressly made for the I X L
P. O. Box 535
On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Goods of every
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
Our stock is the largest that can be found in
town, easy to make selections, DO NOT AISS
500 pieces of White Linen
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, Just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipment of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import C o.
Fort St. Progress Block
your pick before they are
& SON. Ltd,
4th July - 1900
S. W. LEDERER.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Paris ol the City :s
!i acre land an J two cottages, Dow sett's
6 nctes land NahlUu, has good annual!
ij-year lease, Beretanla street.
Centrally located Hotel, cheap.
Money to loan on approved security.
Comer King and Bethel streets.
yards of Whit&
..y.iAj,,.,,, ,ta aJthnawM.