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THE ' EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 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 Cocotnut 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, 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
The NEW MOUND
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
Hotel St near Fort, Honolulu.
Garden Lanal Lunch
1 Cup English Bieakfast Tea . 5 cenU
J Cup Pure Kona 1 Hawaii) Coffee 5 "
I Small Cup Chocolat 5 "
1 urge iup unocoiate (including
J-rled Ham and begs (l) 25
2 t-resh fcges, Fried or Boned. . . .10
1 riateeacn, Bread anil nutter.
Doughnuts, Hot Buns, Snails,
ToastJ, Cakes Prune, Apple
Sauce or Guava Jelly 5 "
2 Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches. 10 "
2 Deviled Ham Sandwiches 10 '
2 Sardine Sandwiches 10 '
2 American Cheese Sandwiches. 10
1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot 10 '
1 Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot . . .20 '
1 Glass Fresh Milk 10 '
I Glass Plain Soda 5
l Glass Ice Cream Soda 10 '
1 Dlh Ice Cream t;
s.tr.iu.hf-rrle and Cream In Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to order.
Please call and examine for
The Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go.
f trt itrMt. appostt Sprockets' Bank.
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. Dlnkelsplel" -By Geo V. Hobirt.
"Phillip Wlmivood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma'
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottige" By Miry Cholmondley
LOCAL AND GENEKAL,
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd,
- e :: '
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
a a a .
Those who did not haie thu pleasure
of scehiR Olivette last ctentng hiuiiIiI
To Our English-Speaking Friends:
inei.mnesemercnanu anuresiuemsui, . ... (nmnprnw .., ., tll
ihe Hawaiian Is ands. represented bv the remember that tomorrow night u the
undrslgned, -"elng desirous of providing last performance of tins brlth: unci
for their sons a thorough and comprehen- catchy bill. William Wolff ns Cociul-
slve eduotlon In Englibh.ralsed I In pledges ,cot ,, ,,,,,, BranBon a9 captain l)e
from August to December, uiliclent funds '
10 Justify them in undertaking to erect Mcrrlmac aie a suiecme for thn liluuti.
commodious buildings for this purpisr In Those nrc two very stroiiK parts nnd
Kamakela. The contract was let ard thei.0 lersatlle gentlemen Kit nil tl.nt Ih
the main bulldlngpirtlally completed, ,, .... ... .m .,.,,,. ,,,
when the plagie broke out and P0S9lllIC " them Hittl.) Utile
Interrupted the work. As you well Liwld ns Ollietto milled one mom Imuel
Vknow, our countrymen have been the to her wreath, while Tllllo S-iIIIimpi
xreaiest sufferers from this ealdemlc and , , , , , , ,
the fire connected with It. Conequentl " , ' ' .
those who generously subscribed toward of the Couutcsa well Mr. (Ion did not
the school enterprise, being called upon to lime Imt little ulnglng lo do liut ho
donite large sums for the re tef ("their ,,nt.,i uc T)eg ifa Vtfr) piuislw;
e Inw-countrymen who hae suffered ,, ,. , . .,'
severely from the hre, find themselves un- """ '"0" I,i,k"r "" '" "'
able to fulfill their pledges at P"sent. The fiont In the role of .Volume?.-, ho wnn
in ill building Is now on tne p lil p com- Rl)0, alt and cnteml Into the
Tho Orpheum tonight
II. V. Dillingham did not return In
tho China ns wnn expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Wafrhouso and Albert
Waterhotno returned In the China.
11. f. W1CHMAM.
Anyone wIshfnK Id llMpoml bt their
Mnitnnlcl stock, call oil Emmott '
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Kinney and Mr.
and Mrs. Waldron hae returned to
olccly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Port street, from 11.00
per week up.
Engage scaU no' (or Sou'a't big
success, "El Capltan" at the Orpheum
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Olade ere pass-
cngera from San Krnnclsco In the China
J. Coerper, manager of the Kona
Sugar Co . wns a passenger In the Man
na l.oa this morning
A notice of settlement and discharge
of assignee of the S Decker estate ap
pears tinder New Today.
V. C. Wccdon speaks before the I'o
nlel Mission at their hall, Niiuanu
sttect, at 8 o'clock this evening.
Mrs V. II. Harrington returned In
the China this morning after quite n
stay at her old home In California
The assessment on the stoj't of the
Hawaiian Automobile Co. which was
due on June 1st Is delinquent on June
Will E. Klsher will hold nn auction
sale of stock In tho Orpheum Co , Ltd ,
Monday, July 2d. Sec his ad on page
Every member of the Alumni Asso
ciation Is expected to bo present at tho
meeting In tho club house on Fort
street this evening. Important busi
ness is to be transacted
The parents nnd friends of the chil
dren in the Princess Knltilnnl School
nrc most cordially Invited to attend
the closing exercises, to be held on the
grounds nt 9 o'clock Hrldn) morning,
The Knights of Pjthlas will hold
their regular annual memorial serviced
In their hall Saturdnj afternoon Tho
public Is cordially Invited to attend.
Ths hour for the services will be nn-.
Gardner K. Wilder returned from
San Krnnclsco In the China this morn
ing nftcr nn absence from the Islands
since May 10. During Mr Wllder's
stay on tho Coast he purchased n lino
St. Bernard pup, six months old. He
brought the nnlmal with him.
Among this morning's nrlrvals In tho
China was It. N. Halstead. Mr. Hal
stead lenrncd of the news of the serious
Illness of his father while In San Krnn
clsco nnd hnstencd home. He did not
hear of the death of his beloved pirent
until he arrived this morning.
Among the arrivals from Maul and
Hawaii porta In the Mnuna Eoa this
morning were the following: C. M.
Walton and wife, C. Mclnccke. II. S.
Moore, J. K. O'Connor and wife, K. S.
Dodge, J. D. Paris, J. ilodlck P. Iscn
berg, Edgar Henrlques nnd wife. Miss
Tho I. X. I, of which S. W. Letlercr
Is the proprietor, Ih well known for the
excellent stock of fireworks, nags, etc,
which Is laid in for every Fourth of
July. This year Is no exception tn the
rule nnd whnt Is probably the largest
and best assorted stock of tlreworks In
town may be found at the I. X. I.
Flags of all sizes, both In cotton and
silk, Ilawnllan nnd AmcrUan. It will
pay you to cnll nnd Inspect this stock
Prof. Hosmer was last night present
ed with a gold locket with a diamond
star by the students ot the boarding
house department. The prcsmttthn
speech wns mnde by A. (1. Kntilukou,
son of J. I.. Knulukou, whoso speech nt
the graduating exercises In Patiahi hall
Inst night was so generously appliuiil
on noount of Its excellent e,
young mnn spoke on Hawaii and tho
Hnwnllnns with tho eloquence of a
And sec our snappy line of
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
This is one of them.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
519 Port Street
Repairing oT All Kind
- - A SPECIALTY - -
C01. Fort and Beretania.
10c. For Ladies Swiss Ribbed Vests a 25c. article.
10c. For a six yard piece of Feather stitched braid
15c. For your choice of 100 dozen of Handkerchiefs'
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
10c. For Ladies' or Children's side elastic hose supporters, white and
25c- Fcr handsome gold plated link cuff buttons for Ladies and Men.
$1.00. For a Gloria Silk Umbrella. Paragon frame, color stainless.
Good for rain or .sun.
Don't waste money; go to practical
watchmaker Cleaning, ti.fo. Hal
spring, It. 50. All work warrant,
m F. LUCAS,
Gold and Silver Smith,
aos Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith Ac C
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, June 20, tooo.
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.
The blue flame stove is in operation, and runs from 7 a. trt. to 5 p. m.
without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NO DANGER.
NAML OF STOCK
C Rretff Ac Company
ma an fo
Amerlcin Suear Co
rUwalbnAffrlcuthJulCo tmuo too
HtwAlUn on &Su Co. t )tt tjo
HiwAiun ueir 1.0
Honomu ujar Co
SI innloauf:" Co
lalku Sugar Co
Kihuku I'Untatlon Co
Kamalo Sue Co.riup
K.hl'liM.Cu Lti a
kii.l ! Co lti pi up
Kiianuiu Mifcar i-o
Kolna Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co , at
Kona Sugar Co pi up ,
MaunaM Sujrar Co at
Maunatel Su Co pi ur
McHryitSuCo LJ a
NahlkuSueCo Lti at
" " pi up
uanu sugar io ,
Onomca Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
OlaaSii Co Lti. at 1
Oua SuCnLtJ. p4up
PaautiauSu I'lin Co
Pacific Sugar Mill . .
Pal Plantation Co
Pcpkeo Supar Co
Pioneer Mill O
W.I. I.. a ?,V
t ouo ouo '.
t mo (X a")
V cou oui
494 , 1"
I 100 ono! ou
1 8J yn
t . ail
dtr Cn. pi ub 1
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Sole AgenU fur Jewel Stoves, Standard and Puritan Blue Flame Wlckless Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Double Coated Granite
VThon yon'r thronh ipsttlnff rnrtUl iw
lief frim headache r nturatgla by tbouio
of unrorUlo rmodioi, try a ruro tuaia
ikHjKnm tlimVm avnitriinliVtl to CUffl
or mono mfondetl. urthertnorn. tlie
only romody ftuarantrotl to cud to In no
oplamt mofputno, auUiiyriDi
harmful tabataoces. Just
wholcmo, UDfalUotf euro.
pletion, .11 it tlie lontrjcor,
: s, Is In great neej 01 m money.
In this eine rsency and newu e we re
lieve mi recoi;nl that our motives In
undertiklnK tnis enteiprise were philan
thropic, our object j commend ible cue,
a"d that c are In no u le at fault for the
straits In which we now lind ourselves;
we therefore sVklt such contrlbutlais to
our present needs as uur bsnlluence will
allow. Send all c.sh or plednes to Wong
Kai, Uo g4, Honolulu.
Very rrspeitiully yours
1551ml L. AHLO.
ephlt of the iliaiadoi. 'I'lii-1 hoi in did
what they hail to lo well ami a i-rj
llllO 1(111 WIIH II Illicit ll
Satiiidu) the ronipany a 111 i;ir a
matlnro fin tho l.iillcs ami ilillihcu, .'"
centB tn nil paitH uf tlio hniibJ.
StokholJers are hereby notified tint the
Third Assessment of 5 per ient or two and
one hilf doll irs per share on iheCioltal
ShiLk .. THE I MRU ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payab e
June t, at the office of the uirerslgned
Mil FortsircHt. J. H.FISHER.
Actg. Trets. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June 1, 1900. 1550
Pjii'Kcp'h Ncnt Speech.
PhlliJelphii, June 11;.- The delegites
from Aliki. John E. Held md V. E D.
Grant, were aJml'ted toseits, as were
those from Haw ill, Col inelStmuel Parker
and A. N Kepolkal. In the I ittrr nse
there were some pleisant speetlies. Col
out I IVkersaid nut his grindfilher was
an Am-rlun and that ne felt nrud 10 be
an Amerii.au iitien and was glad tu b
allowel to sit In a tntloml convention.
but that aura Id 3) mfnna. DrucclaU
m ii-o woria over ffuarauioo. luem.
The Chronicle of the igth says: J J
I Miiyoun s quarantine nn neen iiueu trom
California and from San Francisco. Per
force, he has agreed with Circuit J dge
Morrow that plague does not exist and
n ver has existed within this State, and
II of the disastrous measures he put In
force he his lifted The Federal Govern
ment has announced to the world that
there Is no danger uf Infection In Sin Fran
cisco, nnd the word tf the Government Is
backed by that of Governor Gage, Semtor
Perkins, Congressman Kahn, Congress
man larham and a diven others w ho haie
looked Into the facts of the case. Judge
Mor.nw himself h is Mi J that the dreaded
malady has never found a foothold w Ithln
A Tribune "HIuc Streak" wns ridden
liy C. M. Murphy who made tho tautest
mllo on rorord.
alluVu Sugar Co
Walmca Mill Co
Inln-litanJ Slum N Co
Manallan Llactilc Co
fton Sltam LaunJry
Mulual Telrphont Co
Makaha " L4 pi up)
Oaho tv & Lanj Co
l' iplt'l Cf & R t t Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian (,ov j per cent
Haw (Spoil SavaKperc
IMo H H.Co 6rrcenl
kwa I'lanlat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
Oahu H & LanJ Co pf c
1 6noooo' loo
lii yo rj .
. t VW-OOO' q
I l!"-j loo
jqo aw I '
i 41A oj.-1
1 loo ono lia
frnoaj loo .
li) 000 100
500 OOO loo
300 000 too
I J 3, OOO
Sale 55 Walalua, A , tWj.co.
Pharaoh's Gerp.-nt Eggs, a
novel and startling play thing
which when ignited sesrm to
5c. per box.
For the Wet Weather -
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS --wr-
Also CRAYANETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
The over popular Kalnltsr betr In be
coming a liotiBeliuld -vnnt and "will
you har a kIubs of hcnttlo," Is mori
otten heard thnn anything else. The
Cnterlou Scloon bus tho boer on tap ot
la bottlei. ,
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Lincii Carriage Wraps In Great Variety Xt
10 ort Street.