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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1900.il
, NEW GOODS!!
Per ex Diamond Head;
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
Forces, Hay and Fodder Cut
ters, Boiled and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniture Varnish ot
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
Ftie Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go.
flit strut, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
The NEW MOUND
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
Hotel St near Fort, Honolulu,
Garden Lariat Lunch
1 Cup English Breakfast Tea . 5 cents
1 -up mre Kona tHawail) uiltee 5
1 Small Cup Chocolate 5 '
1 Large iup -nocoi.ite (including
cream and suear) 10 "
Fried Ham an J Eggs (2) a$ "
2 Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled.... :o "
1 Plate each, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts. Hot Buns, Snails,
Toasts, Cakes Prune, Apple
Sauce or Guiva Jelly 5 "
1 Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches, to "
2 Deviled Him Sandwiches 10 "
2 Sardine Sandwkhes 10 "
2 American Cheese Sandwiches to "
1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot to "
1 Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot ...20 "
1 Glass Fresh Milk to "
t Glass Plain Soda 5 "
t Glass Ice Cream Soda to "
1 Dl-h Ice Cream 15 "
Strawberries and Cream In Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to order.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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 Conan Doyle.
"D. Dinkelsp!el"-By Geo. V. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" Hi John Kw
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma'
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottige" By Mary Cholmondley
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho Orpheum tonight.
"Olivette" at the Orpheum tonight
Two men want positions Sea Want
entmnn on pngc 8 .
The threo-ear-oll son of Nick Pe
terson illed vestonlny. 4
An enameled K of V. haclge hns bcn
lost. Sen ml In Lost column on pngc S.
II. F. WICHMAN.
l'lirnlahecl rooms arc to let In good
litnnllnn Uaa Ir I nt nrII1ttift rtl hnffA '
(UIIIUIH WW " "VV VViiuiiii vii l'"QV
Anynno wishing to dlspos eof their
Maunnlcl stock, call on Ernmctt
Household furniture "111 he sold at
miction July 2. Sec Jas. I". Morgan's
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
Tlic nest knoeknbout shoe for jour
liny Is the Tug of War shoe for sale at
the Manufacturers' Shoo Co.
A nicely furnished room to let on
Ileretnnla street this sldo of Thomas
square. See To Let oclumn
I think I'll take a rldo mjM-inthta
)cnr on a new 1900 blue Tribune It
seems to bo the popular wheel.
The cases of Julia EUknpckn and
Win Kahaumatina, charged with as
sault with a weapon, have been set for
a later date. I
There will he a very Important
meeting of the Kaniohamehn Alumni
Association In the club house at 7 '!0
o'clock tomorrow night. Eery mem
ber Is expected to be present.
The case of Ellison I'owell, charged
with embezzlement, came up for tilal
In the Police Court this forenoon but
was continued until Juno 3 Oto glp de
fendant n chance to prepare himself.
The Oaliu Colegc annual "The Illuo
nnil Cold" was published by the Wall,
Nichols Company and b Its neat tpo
graphlcnl appearance ntusts the good
icpjlpnunt of this local publishing
The St. Louis baseball team Is mint
anxious that another good organization
be formed In the c lt Thev line pl.i)
eil and beaten cer thing around town
nnd hnen't even found the ganus ln
Urcstlng. Now they are aftei the real
And sec our snappy line
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
This is one of them,
MCINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
519 Fort Street
IOc. For Ladles Swiss Ribbed Vests .1 25c. article.
10c. For a si -yard piece of Feather stitched braid in white, black
15c. For your choice of 100 dozen of Handkerchiefs embroidered,
lace trimmed and plain hem-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 K'd plated link cuff buttons for Ladies and Men.
$1.00. For .1 Gloria Silk Umbrella. Paragon frame, color stainless.
1 Good for rain or sun.
Repairing of All Kinds
--A SPECIALTY --
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
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To Our English-Speaking Friends:
The Chinese merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Is ands. represented bvthe
underpinned, :elng desirous of providing
far their sons a thorough and comprehen
sive education In Enetlsh. raised In nledees
fram August to Decembe', suthclenl funds
10 Justify them in uncertawng to erect
commodious buildings for this purpose In
Kamakela. The contract was let ard
when the plague broke out and
Interrupted the vvo-k. As you well
know, our countrymen have been the
greatest sufterers from this epidemic and
the fires connected vv Ith It. Conequentlv
those who generously subscribed toward
the school entcmrlse. belne called upon to
donate large sums for the relief ot their
fellow-countrymen who have suffered
severelv frum the fire, find themse ves wv
able to fulfill their pledges at present. The
rniln building Is now on trie p Int of com'
pletlon, ar.n the lontractor, himself home
les, Is In great need of his mony.
In this emerzencv. and became we be'
lleve you recognize that our motives In
undertaking tnls enterprise were philan
thropic, our object a commendable one,
and that we are In no wise at fault for the
straits In which we now find ourselves;
we therefore solicit such contributions to
our present needs as ourbenlficence will
allow. Send all osh or pledges to Wong
Kwal, Box q4, Honolulu.
Very respectlully yours.
1551ml L. AHLO.
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless, Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
2SH"x4ft. 7ln. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
cells) capacltyjo tons.
One Triple Effect-50 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 incnes long.
One Small Steam Juice Pump.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan U In.
Colls too' caoaclh 'A tons,
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In
Colls 1 so' capacity 7 tons.
Duplex Blake Fted Pump wate' cvlln
der4ixt2". Steam Blake Feed PumD-
water cylinder 7x12" suction pipe 4"
aiscnarge 2, steam pipe tu
fct Mi 1 ...!--.
ew 16 It. lubular Boiler G ft
lake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
diameter, 74-4 Inch tubes.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Third Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD , Is due and payable
June st, at the office of the undersigned,
411 Fo't street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June 1, 1900. 155
One Blake Vacuum Pump 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Engine toxia
incnes witn snalt, gear ana friction
clutches, dr v he vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrilugdls, shaft and
pulleys and 22 mixer.
One Molasses Plunger Pump 4x12",
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20'
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fltt gs &c. &c
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD
TIIU Y. M. C A. CAMP.
Secretary Coleman of the Y. SI. C A.
has nrrnnged the follow Iiik dates for
the occupation of the muniner i.unp
In Slanoa allc on a side hill nboc
John Hnn'B house
JunlorH, Jul) lfi-2.
Seniors, July -7 to August 8.
Should thorn he any demand, the
camp will be opened to tne married
men of the V. SI. C. A. and then wUes
for n fen da)s after August S.
The regular Y. SI. C. A. tent 18x30.
will be used ns a dining room nnd par
lor. Another tent, 14x21, soon to be
purchased, will bo used for sleeping
purpose. Cooks will be taken up so
that there will be no work whateer In
connection with the camping out of the
Y. SI. C. A. men. A swimming pool Is
to bo arranged for In one of tho streams
near the camp
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Retailers of Dry Goods at
A Hot Weather Combination-
A BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVE
AN ICE CREAM FREEZER
A WATER COOLER
:: See them in the large displav window.
I he blue tlame stove is in operation, and runs Irom 7 a. in. to 5 p
without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL. NO DANGER.
C01. Fort and Beretania.
Don't waste money; go to a practical
watchmaker Cleaning, fi.jo. Malt
spring, M.50. All work warrantid
M F. LUCAS,
Gold and Silver Smith.
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith tt C
HONOLULU STOCK P.XCIIANGE
Honolulu, June 28, 1900.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for Jewel Stoves, Standard and Puritan Blue Flame Wickless OH
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleanable HefrlRerators, Doub!e-Coated Granite
NAME Ol STOCK
C Hreer & Cumpjny
American ueir Co
Fwa l')jnation Co
Hawaiian ( om flt Su Co
Hawaiian Sucar C
Honomu Guitar Co
Honnkaj Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
kahuku Plantation Co
katnalo Sujc Co LtJ a
Kamatn Stijr 0 riuri
k'ttwt Plant Co tii aO
Kthrl P CnLtJ pi up)
Kliahutu Sugar Co
rtoioa ugar -o
Ktna Sugar Co at
kona Sugar Co pi up
MaunaM Sugar Co at
Mannalfl Su Co f J up
" PJ UP
uami sugar 1,0,
Onofnea Sugar Co
O kala Sugar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co ltd. ail
Olat SuCoLtJ piup)
.? UIJ Ak4
Nahiku Sue Co
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Prpeeken Sugar Co
Plonfrr Mill Cn
Walalua Agr Co as)
WalaluaAer Co piup
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walma Mill Co .
Wilier Strain hlp Co
Inter-Ulani Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llectrk Co
Hon Stfim Laundry
Kona.KauT tT Co Lti
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Fire On a Whorl.
At about 1 o'clock to Jay an alarm of fire
was sent In from the Fort Street w half
where the Bg Bonanza an J CaronJelet are
mooreJ. A lot of coal In saltpetre b if s on
the wharf near the gangway of the Caron
Jelet had taken fire anJ there was danger
that the wharf Itself w mil J catch. I'1'eineu
soon had a line of hoe at work and In ten
minutes the dmgtr was past.
Captain McClure who recently had the
misfortune to lose his ship while off the
Pacific Coast, returns to San Pranclsco In
the Archer this afternoon. He will go
direct to the East where his people and
frl-nds are at the present time. Ciotiln
McClure came here a hort time ago to s;t
tie up his affairs and to lock over the
Gambled People Bread.
New York, Juno IK. A ralilc to tlio
Sun from Putin min Tlic Snn'K cor
rrspumlrnt heara from a high nourco
that an uprlxlng hint onurred In Tehe
ran, owing to the high price of cereals.
Tho Persian Ministers were accused nt
Kiimlillng In these necessities ami u
riot broke out In u Imznnr. Several
persons were wounded. The Govern
ment has called nut the troops to pre
serve order. Tho situation Is said to bo
I'lno Job Printing at
MIhh Howe, ElocutlonUt.
Miss Howe will rend several selec
tions at Mrs. Dole's reception tomorrow
On Mondnv evening next the talented
elocutionist will glvo her last rehear
sal In the V. M. C. A. hall.
Carroll'H Work Was Raw.
New York. June 14 John K Carroll,
deput to Illrhnrd Croker In control of
Tammany llnll, Is no longer In dinrgo
of the wlgwnm, nnd It generally believ
ed that ho has been permanently dis
placed b Croker. It Is known tint
Croker disapproved of the rawness of
methods followed by Cnrioll and Mavor
Van V)(k In getting possession of
large blocks of Ice trust stock, und this
Is thought to be the means he hns .'bo
sen to show his illsplcnsurc. Lawrence
Delmour, another of Croker's lleuten
nnts, Is in charge of the hall. Delmour
has long been n prominent figure In
Tnmmany llnll, where It Is boastfully
pointed out that he does not drink,
smoke, swear or gamble.
The Evening lJullotln.
75 cents per
MiluhtCoKtcCo L s
Oahu Ky & Lini Co ' t ooo on loo
Mikitu " 11 pj up 1
Oihu Uv ft Lini Cn I
l'(pl t l (k K 1 1 Co
Hiw (. l'olSV4Vipfrc
Milo U R.Co 6 prrc.nl
evj runui n o p. r cent
Joo ouO too
f v oiu 1
t5 o,ni luo
1)0 0'M IOO
Klhuku I'linl 6
Oihu R Ji Unl
I'J ' 4CO
tiSales-too Kihel, A., ill.oo; 15 Ho
nnmu, l-too; 5 Eua, 526.50, 10 Ewa,
J2().50j 5 Walalua, A., J87.00; 10 O.iliu,
J 1 67.00.
On the niauka side of Hotel
street between Fort and Union,
Waikiki side ot "The Elite"
Ice Cream Parlors
Is KING BROS. ART STORE,
where one may get anything
in pictures from photos to oil
paintings at most reasonable
- For the Wet Weather -
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS -wruJ
Also CRAVANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
The books of tho Olowalu Company
will be closed to transfers from June
29th to Juno 30th, Inclusive.
' 11. m, vhitni:y. jr.
Treasurer, Olowalu Company.
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In Great Variety. At
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 "Stot Street.
$kdJm.A&&u, iSIt mda
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