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THE KVRNING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, I). I., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1900.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANOB
Honolulu, July t;, 1900.
NAME OP STOCK
C Prewar A: Company
Amtrkan S.jar Co.
Ewa I'laniallin Co , .
Itamna Plantation Cn
Hawaiian Com At Su Co.i
I I.WWJTO loo
t WO O-W, ri
!iaauan Mjgar io
fonomu Sugar Cn
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ,.
Katuku Plantation Co
(Kamalo Sua; Co Lti a
Xlh.IPIant.Co. Ltd. ai
I JO.Or.nl 50
'Xliahulu Sugar Co, ...
woloi Miajar i.o
Kona Sugar Co., at..
Kona Sugar Co Mup
Maunalal Su Co pj up
" " " Pi tip
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co
Ol a a Su. Co., LM., ail
iPaautiiu Su. Plan, do
'Pacific Sugar Mill
Pali Plantation Co ...
Prpeckco Sugar Co
Plonwr Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co.. atl
"WalaluaAgr.Co, pd up J
Walluku Sugar Co . .
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walm.a Mill Co
ill , XWltJerSteamihlnCa
" a.ttr-lilanJ Sttam N.Co
wawallan tlrctrle Co
im "" H'PM T l"i c"
-amumai leirpninc .o
0Mkh " Ld.pJ up
Ptoplt'i let & RTr Co
'Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, 5 per cent
H1I0 R R.Co. opt-rcent
Ewa Planlat'n 6 pr cent
Vahuku Plant 6 per cent
Oahu R 8l Lan4 Qo.pt c
Siles too Walalua A, faj.eo; 50 Wal
alua A, fos.oo; 50 McBryde, ).V',U 15
Mf.Hryde, Si.)7,'i; 5 McBryde, IM7JS;
i McBryde, j.7; to McBryde, $j.7H.
The 8ufinr Market.
A New York letter of Juno 27 nays of
.sugar: "The market Is strong at
A 11-lGc; and prlco of refiner again
ntlvnnced 10 points yesterday, which
gives a margin now .between raw nntl
refined of say 91c per hundred lbs."
New York, July 9. Sugar, raw,
.strong and held higher; refined, strong.
San Kninclsco, July 10, Another
tshnrp ntlvnnco for all qunlltles of su
jfar was effective yesterday.
Fine Job Printing at
NOW IS THE TIME TO' BUY.
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr, James Neill
Presenting by Special Request
Jim the Penman.
July 19-MR. BARNES OF NEW YORK
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Neill Company Will Sail July 20.
..lYIcBryde Sugar Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the eighth
-assessment of ten (10) per cent (2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock or
theM.Bryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due on
July zoth, 1900, and will be delinquent on
August 15th, 1900.
Stockholders will please- make promnt
Eayment at the office of Messrs. Theo. H,
Uvles & Co.. Ltd.
(Signed) THOS. RAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, Julsyoth, 1900. 1580 tG
Klnc Job Printing at
The NEW EM AND
J. 08WALI) LUTTBD,
Hotel St., near Fort, Honolulu.
Garden Lanai Lunch
1 Cup English Breakfast Tea 5 cents
1 Cup Pore Kona 1 Hawaii) Coffee 5 "
t Small Cup Chocolat "
1 Large Cup Chocolate (Including
cream and sugir) 10 "
FrleJ Hamandbggs (2) 25 "
2 Fresh Eggs, Fried or Boiled 10 "
1 Plate each, Bread and Butter,
Doughnuts. Hot Buns, Snails,
Toasts, Cakes Prune, Apple
Sauce or Guava Jelly 5 "
1 Cold Sliced Ham Sandwiches.. 10 "
2 Deviled Ham Sandwiches 10 "
3 Sardine Sandwiches 10 "
2 American Cheese Sandwiches.. to "
1 Plate Boston Baked Beans, Hot. 10 "
I Tin Chicken Tamales, Hot 20 "
1 Glass Fresh Milk 10 "
1 Glass Plain Soda 5 "
1 Glass Ice Cream Soda to "
1 Dlah Ice Cream ,..., is "
Strawberries and Cream In Season
Sherbets and Ice Cream In quantities
made to order.
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. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken-
"A Manifest L)estlny"-By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley.
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd,
Troops at Tien Tsin .
See Hcivy Fighting
London, July 10. Tho allies at Tien
Tain are having an exceedingly un
pleasant time. Tho last engagement
of which news has come through oc
curred on July Cth. The 'Chinese ar
tillery opened nt dawn. Their Arc was
more accurate and their ammunition
better, tho shells exploding with pre
cision and setting tiro to sevcrnl build
ings. He'r majesty's steamship Tcr
rlblo's guns again quieted tho Chinese,
who, shifting their artillery, reopened
the attack In the afternoon, but a thun
derstorm breaking, tho Chinese sud
denly quit. The allies Immediately at
tacked and drove tho Chinese from
their works, but lost thirty killed and
wounded In so doing. Tho noncom
batants are leaving Tien Tsin, and the
opinion of a minority favors tho mili
tary leaving also.
Other dispatches record sovero fight
ing, notably on July 2d and July 3d,
when tho Chinese, developed gicnt
strength and did considerable damage
with artillery. At tho bridge near the
French settlement there was hard
fighting at close quarters, tho Husslr.ne
with a gatllng finally compelling tho
Chinese to retire, though they suffered
heavily. Tho operations, however,
wcro In no way decisive, later mess
ages showing the Chlneso were still
full of fight. About COO men have hern
wounded in tho fighting at Tien Tsin.
nicely furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular House, 161 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
The Supremo Court Is still making
Amerlmn citizens today.
3ha t. X. I.. Is tlio placo for bargains
In furniture, Call In and be conUnced,
Comto do Poller, the now Krrnch
consul, Is registered nt the llnwnllnu
Purser Claphnm of the lwntnnl re
ports nn epidemic of the grip along
the llaniakun coast.
Comtc do Poller, the new Consul for
Trance, called on Clovcrnur Doto this
morning, being Introduced by his pre
decessor, Man. Moct.
Mis. I.ydgato of Paaulto and Mis,
McLennan, wife of the mnnagcr of tlio
Laupahochoo plantation, were passen
gers In tlio lwnlanl this morning.
Harold M. Sewall and the Republi
can delegates to tho National Republi
can Convention will arrive In Honolulu
by the RIo of next week, Thursday.
An experienced sawmill hand who
thoroughly understands running a
moulding machlno and shaper Is want
ed Immediately If not sooner. Seo
Commissioner Taylor this morning
received a lot of koln nut tree seeds
from Washington, He reports .a great
demand for sorghum seed and has to
send for a fresh supply.
Salter & Watty havo Just received a
fresh consignment of smoked salmon,
halibut and bloaters; ham and nut
wurst sausages; also a fine line of cau
dles and chewing gums. See their nd
on page 2.
Tho employes of tho Honolulu Iron
Works met nt the noon hour today and
decided to raise a subscription for the
widow and children of Emll TJhlbrccht,
tho young man drowned at Makapu
Point Sunday. George Darker was ap
pointed a committee of one to solicit
on tho outside. Th men themselves
will make up a handsome purse.
Two reporters from the Advcrtlso'.
anxious to get the news, went out to
the Nippon Martt early this morning.
As soon as tho steamer hauled along
side the Pacific Mall wharf, tho young
men sought to land but the Custom
Houso officers said, "Nay, nny," and
they were forcetl to remain aboard the
steamer until nil the passengers had
been examined. This wub close to
Collector of Customs, E. R. Stack
able, has sent notice to all the news
papers, calling attention to the law
regarding communication of any kind
with any foreign steamer entering the
port. The long and short of tho whole
thing Is that no newspaper man o
anyono except the authorities can go
out In the pilot boat nor can newspa
pers bo obtained until tho Custom
Houso officers havo finished their work
aboard. The fine for violating this
law Is a fine not exceeding $500 or Im
prisonment for not more than two
Holding Two Office.
Wray Taylor says he would bo only
too glad to give up tho office of Regjs
trar of Election in favor of any com
petent man who would accept tho sal
ary of 50 a month. The duties were
formerly performed by the Chief Clerk
of the Interior. Mr. Taylor has not
Agriculture Having a thorough
heretofore drawn tho salary, nor docs
ho draw it now, Tho law does not
permit It to bo paid to him In addition
to' his salary as Commissioner of
knowledge of registration, .however,
he continues to do tho service at the
earnest dcslro of the executive.
Miners Gets 6lx Years.
Purser Clapham of tho Iwalanl, that
arrived from Hamakua this morning,
very kindly furnished tho Bulletin
with the. news that Arthur Miners,
charged with the killing of Otis
Schwartz in Hllo. was found guilty of
murder In tho second degree nnd sen
tenced to six years' Imprisonment at
A nntlve, chnrged with tho killing of
a Japanese, waB found guilty of man
slaughter In the second degreo and sen
tenced to ten yonrs' Imprisonment nt
We are showing
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise:
Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Ca.pet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Staw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
In Shoes for Women at
Si. 50 to $2.50.
M'lNERNY SHOE STORE.
"100 Dozen 3
Shirts and Drawers, All Sizes.
This is a seventy-five cent
can take all you want at
$4. SO ,
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 4?6.
A SPECIAL SALE NOW ON
AT ABOUT ONE-HALF THE REQULAR PRICES
Jelly Cake Pans,
Ladles' Finger Pans,
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of CROCKERY, GLASS and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sole Agents for Jewel Stoves. Standard and Puritan Blue Flame Wlckless Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Clearuble Refrigerators, Double-Coated Granite
The largest circulation In the islands ? The quality and flavor is recog
nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
the largest assortment of
Si.co and S2.00 and Oxfords at
garment; while they last you
White, Green and Blue Enamel
Writing Desks and
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . . .
... All work guaranteed.
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 500
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Pioneer Building and Loan
Association held July 9, 1000, the follow
ing officers were elected to srve for th
President Theodore F. Lansing.
Vlce-Presldent-Aithur A. Wilder
Secretary A. V. Gear.
Treasurer C. B. Gray.
The above officers, together with Henry
Smith. J. L. McLean, A. W. Keech, J. D.
Holt and W. L. HowarJ, constitute tfc
Board ol Directors.
A. V. GEAR,
Honolulu, July to, tooo. 1679-iw
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the INTER-ISLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., at their
office. Queen street, on TUESDAY, July
17th, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., forth
purpose 0' accepting the Amended Charter
of Incorporation, and to transact such
other business as may be brought before
the meeting. C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, July 9th, 1000. '5795
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
There will be a Special Meeting of th
stockholders of the Maunalel Sugar Co..
Ltd., at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
at 11 o'clock a. m. TUESDAY, Aug rth,
1000, (or the purpose of amending By-
Laws. C B. GRAY,
Sec. Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, July 7, 1900. 1577"
A dividend Is due and payable to the
stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their office, Queen
street, on Thursday, July 12th, 190a
The stock books of the company wilt be
closed to transfers from July nth to the
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, July 10th, 1900. 1580-wi
From and after this, A. F. Cooke will
occupy the office of the Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd., Room 8, Model
bull Jlng, Progress block, daily from to a.
m. to 12 noon. A. F. COOKE,
Manager Palolo Land Co., Ltd.
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