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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY g, 1900.
10CAL AND GENERAL,
Dr. Cai-mlchael goes to Hawaii In the
Klniiti for n vacation tomorrow.
Tho Coiitlc sails at 6 o'clock today.
Mull for San Francisco closes at 4 p.
A. Lewis, a California practitioner,
lias applied for llicnu? to pra.'tke l.v
In tills Territory.
A special meeting of tho Fourth of
July committee Is culled nt 12:30 Wed
nesday next, lle.nl New Tod.iy.
.Judge W. S. IMIiiRs will leavo for
Knllua, Hawaii, the shlrctown or the
Third Circuit .Court of which ho fs
Judge, an Friday.
Judge A. 8. Humphreys has with
drawn rom tho directorate of U19
Ilobcrt OrIee Publishing Co. and Edi
tor Edwin 3. aill has been elected to
tho presidency of the company.
Nick Hroh.-un Is laying down tho law,
on being that the only ofllccr who ran
arrest U10 sheriff is tho coroner, f.catt
wise ho fay it's o In New Yoik.
Nobody, however, wants to arrest our
While riding about In tho suburbs of
tho city jesjerday Captain Fox found
11 place wWcre a lot of people wtrc
carousing Ho alio found tho cause cf
the carousal, n barrel of swlpts. Dis
mounting, he emptied the stuif 011 the
Kroimd, bowed politely and rodo away.
J. llodrlguet, Alt. tlosa and U An
ilrnile were arrested yesterday on the
cliaige of leaving their horses untied
Jn the street. The first was found guil
ty and sentenced to pay n line of $5 and
costs, nnd the second pleaded guilty.
Andrade pleaded not guilty and will
fight his esse. It will come up tomor
row. Judging from nhat llono'iiln, people
aay nnd by some of Iho evident that
liaui come to hand, llllo celebrated the
fourth on n grander scale than any
other pluce In JJimnll. Ken ths ofU
clal iirmrrnin for Hip raccii Is .1 souven
ir well worthy of being preserved. I: is
very nrtistlcally urranged In pamphlet
form nnd Is done In red nnd black on
appellor paper. To each program Is
jitlnehod n pencil. The work uw done
liy the Hawaii Herald, of which J. T.
Stacker h the manager nnd editor.
The NEW MftAND
J. OSWALD LUTTBD,
Hotel St near Fort, Honolulu.
Garden Lanal Lunch
I Cup English Bteakfast Tea scents
l Cup Pure Kona IHawall) Coffee 5 "
1 Small Cup Chocolat 5 "
1 Large Cup Chocolate (Including
cream and sugar) 10 "
Fried Ham and Eggs (2) 25 "
a Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled 10 "
t Plate eacn, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts, Hot Buns, Snails,
Toasts, 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 "
t Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot ....20 "
1 Glass Fresh Milk 10 "
1 Glass Plain Soda 5 "
t Glass Ice Cream Soda 10 "
1 Dlch Ice Cream 15 "
Strawberries and Cream In.Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to order.
BULLETIN OF NEW
"From Kingdom to Colony" By Mary
"The Rebet"-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. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmvvood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken
1 drlck Bangs.
"A .vhnlfest Destlny"-By Julia Ma
gruoer. "Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.'
'Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley.
Vm. Evans attested yesterday on the
haceof using 'hreitenlng languige to-
wjrj one oi ms n.aruers, appejrea
Po Ice Couit today.
p 11J 'd.
case was nolle
Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd,
&& ) tftttttt .'-
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
a a a d
ibeen thinking of
IBnxes of Prang's
'Water Color Paints
yor Hale by
Prof. IMwitiilH A. I'aik. who died l
runtly III hi f'!'l year, wiu tho laM mid
mining Din iuo4t eminent In tlmt line
nt iIh'oIiikIiiiii Imi fur 11 niiiiiiy irm
In ii'lnti IMIvIiiUiii or iilihitlon up
iiiiuit In lii ilfwn nf li mm" i"lili'ul
Mini llUMMMlOli M'lill nf Hi" "I"" "
n In MM HiiH Dr I'Hli In wiim I'l"'
tmw id win id ilifiurlr In Aihlnui',
III till llMI tl Iiwmiiim wit) ill llii' 'null'
ijfu suit 1 In Kriluii-lli'iliW Ml ihH
lllMMlMira mi4 l KIT tt li
lUfA llM 'Ml ' ''HlWH Ib'tfU)1
tfjJilitHif M IM MI fci i bmmv
t&- July 10. -i
10th APPEARANCE IN
Preentlng one of the Greatest of all Neill
As playeJ by James Neill 3.00 times.
Thursday, Julv 12-THE WAY TO WIN
A WOM N. The famous New
York Lvceun Theatre success, by
J-rome K. Jernm.
Friday, July 1 i-AMY ROIJSAWT,
A Dm natlatlnn of Sir Walter
Saturdnv, Julv 14 -A BACHELOR'S
ROW ANCE, bv llil vers.il rnpiest.
Siturdty Everilng. Inly 14 MR.
BARNES OF- NEWORK.
Sfi'snnssle at Wall, NichrtU Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Governor Dole attended church it
Kawalahao Sunday forenoon.
Alex. Young nnd tho Misses Yuung
leavo for the States tomorrow.
Frederick W. Hnnkey, Attorney at
Law, Campbell llulldlng, corner Jler
chant and I''ort streets.
II. .lefts Is now located nt tho Club
barber shop on King street opposite the
Metropolitan Meat Market.
"Titrco Coircr,' 'cheapest and best.
Try It nnd Judge for yourself. Washing
ton Mercantile Co., solo agents.
The Joyful News Mission has been
remotcd to tho former Amcrlcnn
League Jtall, King and Nuunnu streets.
Remember that rnbtn's egg blue Is
the Btandlng color of tho Tribune bi
cycle. Whlttnnn & Co. arc the agents.
In tho Police Court this forenoon On5
Gun was fined (50 ami costs on plead
ing guilty to tho charge of unlawful
possession of opium.
Invitations hnc been Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. V. C. Wilder for the wed
ding of Miss Corn lltnncghnu nnd Mr.
John Walter Jones, on Wcdnesdry
ccnlng, July 18.
The band will play the Austf.illn off
tomorrow afternoon. Wednesday
opening's concert will bo on Makee Isl
and nnd on Thursday evening the band
will play In Thomas Square.
Mrs. Joseph Conradt lust a vuluable
red and yellow lei on King street be
tween the depot nnd Kort street last
Saturday morning. A rewnrd is otYcnJ
for the return of same to this oinco.
Hon. Paul Neumann entertnlned tho
following nt dinner last evening: Judge
Abrnm S. Humphreys, William tiny
wood, Frank McVlcars, Ilrucc Cnrt
wrlght, John Burton, Chnrlcs P. Orim
wood, A special nupimt h -rai'o 'or a full
attendance at the regular meeting of
Hnrmony Uidge, I. O. O. I., this even
ing., In connection with the Installa
tion of (ilIlccrK, a social tlh.c will be
held, wllli coffee, etc., aftei the meet
ing. W. S. Withers of tho Honolulu Stock
Yards Co. lows for tin. Coast on the
Australia toiuurinw on spiel il business
for tho company. Anyone desiring a
special order In the horse 01 ehlclc
line would do well tu see him !foro he
Hack driver Thomas Carey was nr
rcsted esterday on the chargo of furi
ous and heedless ilrhlnf.. This morn
ing his case was nolle pros'd In the
I'ollco Court. Manager I'uguc of Kllicl
whs in the hack nt the time the arrest
Ottnmn's resort nt Walkikl was raid
ed by I)eput Sheriff Chllllugwnrth and
others Saturday night. The proprietor
was arrested. Ills case came up In
the Police Court this forenoon but was
put ocr until tomorrow nt the request
of the defendant.
Henry Wuterhousc gave a very In
teresting talk In Kawalahao church
Sunday forenoon on various things
noticed during his recent travels In the
States. He dwelt particularly on tho
advancement In civilization of the In
dians and their happy homes on tho
lands allotcd them by the United States
At a meeting of the Microscopical
Society Saturday night Dr. Sloggett
rend n paper, on bacteriology and Kd
mund C .Shorey exhibited a new Spoo
ler microscope. Mtssrs. Shorey nnd
Johnstone were appointed a committee
to examine nnd report in ditall on the
stand and lenses nt the next mccctlng.
Dr. Sloggett consented to rend 11 1 the
next meeting n paper on the provnlenco
of Intluenzn In Honolulu.
Mnnager McStocker of Olaa received
by the last mull tho news nf tho diulh
of his father, Francis lllakely Mc
Stocker, In Southwnrk, near Philadel
phia, June it, nt tho ripe old nge of 74.
Deceased was of old revolutionary
Btock. Ho wns a gicat gandson of
Ilelzer Cieyer, captuln of the City Guard
of Philadelphia during the Involution.
On his father's side he was closely re
lated to Captain Johnston lllakely,
commander of the 1'nlted States sloop-of-war
Wasp during the war of 1812.
And see our snappy line
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
This Is one of them.
fflcIKERNY SHOE STORE.
"100 Dozen 3
Shir(s and Drawers, All Sizes.
This is a seventy-five cent jjarment; while the labt you
can take alt you want at
S4.50 sl dozen.
White, Green and Blue Enamel
Writing Desks and
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
OKI'IIRUM CO., I.TI).
Upmi Hit iniutst nf livr director in
pruvuiiM in 1 lie inri.awi, ,i bpniai N't
nm (ii in iumu inirr nt iiuMjrpi
IiiW ii, nw, Jl p, m, M ilmiiliuiof
S.v I'ulilin in, K.I.. I'm! trwl. lluiiQ
lulu, I'T 1 1 if lul iiv luy iim,Ui
IouiihiiJ ih HtfUwti
I" nil iinv vin'iflf itnwiiK thf ullUifi
il J, I Will' till J
uiMiiMi in" Mhrt tHiifiM whuit
M m&tt ii ttflwtl; Hun
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 4J6.
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. m, to 5 p. m.
without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL. NO DANGER.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . . .
. . . All work guaranteed.
20$ Hottl Street ... P. O. Box $90
ABOUT TIIU COPTIC.
The Coptic nrrheil nlongftlilp tho Va-
clfli Mall wlinrf from t'lilim 11 ml Jip.m
nt about 11 11. in. today. Absolut?')' no
0110 Willi I In' exception of tho Custom
HcniM- nm l'oi Olllci! men, ropreaen
taiivrs of t)ii' uiiCiiU mill consular inl
tllploinntii' nitrnta wore al lowed nlxi.inl
for tho ory Hlrlctest orders had been
Klxiii, by uhlcli seeral buinllea of n'J
tniio must first be unwound.
The rnbtn pnneni;erft were nil In
iiprcteil nnd then ulloweil to eome
nnhorc. The limioctloii of thu 139 ctccr
ngc li.iBsenBera tor this port Is et 111
KdIiir on nnd, until that work Is finish
ed, no one except those peri ins nlrrady
mentioned, will be allowed n board.
Thla will be nbout the time the ntenm
W. W. Dimond & Co , Ltd.
Role Agents for Jewel Stoves, Stand vi and Puritan Blue FUrae Wkkless Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Oouble-CaateJ Granite
When yoan thmuith Bttlinf partial n
ttt unrrtalt rrmwilo, try n cu o Hint
tiorotigfi-m-otm that's pimrnnUftHl to euro
or monoy riifumlwl. 1 urthurmom, tto
caly ramuur punrutitwl ti cunt o In no
nptom, munmlue. autliorlno, or other
harmful fcubitancot. Jiut & iwvdy,
Tholt"mO uufatliuif euro
o ixr x o H3
bat Umt turo In 20 mtnut. DruxrUU
t-o world oror ffnarantoo them
IN CANS, ATTIIK
II. J. NOI.TK, Proprietor
ljinnui 8(Uiirc Music.
The band will play the fol'.nwliiR se
lections nt a concert in Kninia Square
this earning, beRlunlng nt 7:30 uVlork:
On-rture The IUiail to filory ..Kllng
Finale Carmen llliet
Oraud Selection Marthn Klotow
Vocal Selection 11 Tr6vatoro ...Verdi
1'onr Hawaiian Songs ( by request)
1. Mho 1-chua. Z. Pirn Plkahe. 3.
Iljun no Maua. 4. He Inlkl.
Meillcy Tho Winner Mackle
I ptermeno Visions Illon
March The Man llehlnd tho Qun.
Thu Star Spangled Ilanner.
I he Ulamond HeaJ with 1804 tons of
general uieahaiiJlse anJ a deck luaj of
inulci, the uuk MiKint wiin lumoerirom
Eureka .tnJ the bitkentlne W. II. UlmonJ
wlih a general org" fr in San Francisco
.ill arrived cterJi 1 b.e Diamond Head
uu.e the trip In fifteen d lys. This is the
fjstrt time lh.it lus been nude by any of
the escls tlut luve arrived recently from
the Co lit.
In 1S99 the coal mines of Pennsyl
vania turneil out K5l.0.1t,224 tout of an
tlimclle cixil ami T3.Ui;g,94S tons of III
tumlnoiiH. In the unthraclto region of
the Slate the miners worked on ui
average of 1:0 days during the year,
while In the bituminous sectlor. the
numtxT of days worked was 96.
The Brenlng Uulletln, 75 cent pr
We are showing
the largest assortment of
E3 A. INT R.UC3rS
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise:
Tipesiry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile. Kingswood, Dap Dai?, and Body Brussels ,
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Caipet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety '
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
alw lys on hand at
No. 10 Vpi't 6