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TliH HVUNINO IIUI.I.RTIN1 IIONOl.Ut.U,JJJ FRIDAY, JU1,V a;, Upo.
DELICIOUS I LOCAL AND GENERAL
If you wont . .
MiMwiM, Cnukrty. OI-uuMre,
I'jltiH.Oil ai Vrnlihc, UInIw
llffi, UiinJtlleri, l.nnpj anJ Limp
Home PuriiMilnjr Omul.-,
"Silver IMiteJ Wart, CuHery.
Knlvej, V.iJ anJ Butcher-'
Kubber IU. tltlisr pliln or wire
bounj, Mmll.i or SImI ror. Lawn
Mo m, Lawn Sprinklers, lllRli-Kr.-m
Cutterj, lite. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
, V5 Fort Sl" opposite Sprecktls Hint.
Ceylon it ml M.u.Hc.tlw
nml I'RAI.INIJS ....
HAND Ml'l'im I'M-NCII
FRENCH UOSS, lite.
Our rooJj arc made FRIiSH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
Tho police nro after a gang of hood
limn who, nf Into, havo been In the
I'nlilt of congregating near the I'alnmn
nml attacking Chinamen, who might
might happen to pass by,
A Deputy Slicrlrt Chllllngworth wbb
passing Iiy the place last night, ho iw
one poor Mongolian knocked down as!
If he bar been struck on the head with
The Chinaman wns passing tho
crowd of hoodlums when one, Charlie
Ilroad, who had evidently heard the
iien-B from China, cried out: "We'll fix
tho lloxors. We'll sho them how to
)ox. With this, ho rushtd upon the
iinsiiKpectlng Chinaman, caught Mm
clip under tho Jaw and lent him
.sprawling Into the street.
The assaulted man Is Chong Wn
Honn nml ho Is n very nngry China
man. Although the police feel very
much wrought up over the repotted
atrocities In China, they do not Intend
to allow nets of lawlessness of the Ma
tin r Jiift described to go 011 In Honolulu.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
BULLETIN OF NEW
Tho Hev. T. II. James, who has been
proadilng In Oakley, Kan., on a $000
salary, recently Inherited a fortune
from Kugland, nnd Intends to use $500,
000 of It to endow n college and hos
Jiltal In Oklahoma.
"From Kingdom to Colony" By Mary
I "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. B
"Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley.
WT In Shoes for Women at Si. 50 and $2.00 and Oxfords at
Si. 50 to $2 50. t
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
1 Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd.
Tho llnwnllnn hotel was Imiutlfiilly
derorated with lings and hunting m
lerdny. I'rrilrilck W. Hankcy, Attorney at
l.nw, Cnmpliell Itulldlhg, corner Mer
thatit and Port streets.
Oahu UhIbo No. I K. of V. will hold a
speelal Hurting tunlRht nt T'luO. Work
In tho second degree.
(Incrrcro & llnke, .Miller street, carry
n choice line of groceries nnd delica
cies. New goods every Australia.
The Co. A hall which was Jo hive
been held last evening has been post
poned until next Thursday, August 2.
Tho Investigation Into the comftfff
of llanrahan toward two young ladlri
Wednesday, has been dismissed with
Jack I'rog nnd Charley Everything
wcro each fined $2 nnd costs In the
I'ollco Court this forenoon on Flic
chnrgc of drunkenness.
Klko (w), charged with deserting her
husbnnd, appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon. Hhc was discharged hut
was niado to pay costs of 3.
Mr. Adams of the editorial start nf
tho Kan Francisco Call, with Mrs
Adams, went through In the Itlo d
Janeiro Vor n vacation 1 11 Japan.
The friends of Howard Adams of
this city and Miss Nlnn Hart of Wal
mca, Kauai, nro congratulating them
on their engagement recently announced.
One of the features of the Red Men's
banquet Inst night was the night
blooming ccrcus lei worn bv Chnr'le
Wcatherwax nnd delighted In by all the ,
other braves. '
Tho nncoro saloon on Hotel street Te Wi have just received another large importation of
between Ilethcl nnd Kuunnii will open flese popular Waists
kjjiiwi nm mill , lull lulu 111 illllll.-
nbles under the management of Paddy
Hynn, who will be pleased to sec all
Commander Krnnklln O. I'rlnilo, tl. S.
N., was nmong the arrivals from San
rranclsco In tho Hlo yesterday. Ho
comes to build the shops nnd slips for
the Nnvy nlong tho water front. Mrs
l'rlndlc accompanies the eommandor
The Pacific Import Co. hns placed on
special sale some choice patterns In
printed piques. They were bought nt
n closing sale In New York nnd so can
be offered nt the extremely ow price
they are advertised nt. Seo ad on page
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth has Just
secured a bull dog pup that promises to
bo a wonder. Ho Is pure white nnd
hns an even set of teeth thnt will lie
capable of doing great execution In tho
future. The little fellow .nn be picked
up by his tall or ears without even
whining. In fact he seems to like It.
A'liile, Green and Blue Enamel
Writing D;sks and
i: J2 to 42 nnre lare ones thin in last lot.
WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM.
FURNITURE - REPAIRING
Cor. Fort and Biretinit.
WHITNEY & MRSH, LTD.
S19 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
Fine Watcl Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Miker . .
... All work guiranUal.
K P. LUCAS,
23$ Hotel Street ... P. O. Box saa
HONOLULU 8T0JK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, Julv 27. 100 .
NAME OF STOCK
Cjpiui 2 -s1 "mi (a
SPECIAL SLE NOW ON
AT.ABDUr ONE HALF THE REQULR PRICES
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
12. I. Wilcox, a brother of Judge Stove Pots,
Wilcox nnd tho Kauai Wllcoxes. urrlv- saucVpmi,
ed In tho Itlo de Janeiro yesterday, af- Coffee Pot's,
tor nn absence of forty years. Mr. Milk Cans,
Wilcox Is n resident of Wliuted, Conn., jl" cJke Pans
wbero he Is In business. When ho left Xca Pots '
this country ns a. young man. Judge Dlnr.er Carriers,
Wilcox was but n smnll boy. Mr. Wil
cox will remain in tho Islands for somo
time, visiting with his brothers on
Ladles' Finger Pans,
MAILE ILIMA OFFICERS.
AND MNY OTHER ARTICLES
W. W. Dimond & Co , Ltd.
1 Importers of CROCKERY, GLA.S5 anl HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
" Sole Agents for Jswil Stove, StaniirJ anJ Pu-ltan Blue Flam; Wickless Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Gurney Cleaaable Refrigerators, Diuble-CoateJ Granite
Orpheum . Theater
AN EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE PERFORMERS
The Curate's Little Time
I Club Entertainer
Contralto Balladistj John Pampion
Fun Makerj Turner Jones
Baritone Soloist Mills & Bradley
' Sketch Team
'Will open a new store In the Magoon Block on or about Aug. 1, with a fine line 0
General Merchandise. I)i-y Goods, Groceries.
Jupunese Provisions, etc
At tho meeting of the Mallo Illma
Club last evcnlnR the following; officers
were elected for the ensuing x
months: President, Robt. I). Kins; Vice
President, Oeo. V. Wright; Secretary.
Oco. Lucns; Treasurer, Uugeno K. Al
len; Sergeant nt Arms, Ernest
Schmidt; Property Man, John K.
It was voted to have n paper clinso
on August 11, Saturday night. Out
siders nre cordially Invited to Join with
tho hounds. The stnrtlng point is at
tho corner of Ilmnm nnd Vineyard
streets. Tho hnres nro Oeo. Clnrke,
Geo. Lucas and Ernest Schmidt. Tho
next meeting will bo on August 8. I
'The largest circulation in the islanJs ? The quality anJ tlivor is recog.
When rats have tho plague they look nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand,
III and nre In a dazed condition, their For sale at every retail store, or by
eyes nrc watery nnd bleary, their coats
aio partly deprived of hair and they
hobblo about with difficulty and stag
ger and fall.
C. Drtwer ft Company
American Suttar Co. . . 1, 500,00) ,
Ewa I'UVatlon Co . . f,wxn to
Harriot t'linMtlnnCo iti.om too
ruwaiunrtencunuran-o i,m,n io
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co. t.u.H? t0a
Hawaiian rmir o .
Hinomu Sujjar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Suj Co Ltd a
Kamain bj(r io, pa up
Kihf I V. Co.Lli .pi up
Klanulu Suear Co ..
Koto a Sugar Co
Knnt UKir uo
Kona Saar Co ,pi up
Mmnaifi UkTir u
Maunall Sti Co
t 000,000, too,
I ood.ooo to1
I i.i,oi 501
j l6o,OOr 1(Mj
yxy to aHi
. to 1
1 600,000 tool IjSH
pi up 1 1.650,.
utkai Miar nan uo.
Olu Su. Co .Hi ,
Olowalu Company .
I'aaunau j. 1'ian. to i.nM.iMt m
Pacific Suear Mill 500000 too'
ran rianianon v.o .
Ppko Suear Co .
PiotfM Mill Co .
Walalua Aer. Co., asl
WalaluaAer.Co, pi up j
Waituku Surar Co. .
Walmanalo Su(ar Co
Inter-lilini Steam N.Co
Hawaiian hi r trie Lo
lion. M?am Liunary. ,
Mutual Telf thone Co
Makaha " Li pi up
Oahu Ry&LaniCo ,
reopit ct K I e K,0
Hawaiian Gov. j per cent
Hiw; PoitSiv jUrf-l
Hila R R.Co, 6 p(rcint
Ewa Plantain 6 per cent!
Kanuku riant, o percent!
Uahu R & Lani
T,OrtO 100 .
115,000 100 .
1 50.000 loo
1 5,0001 100
g 000 toot
S lies -1 3 Oahu, 5iCn.oo.
Ilehlnd Admiral Dewey's carriage In
the recent Chicago para do nn entlm
Hinstlc spectator, breaking tlirough tho
lines, began to execute a dance. The
Admiral rose nnd bowed his acknow
ledgement, when the horses started to
trot and the Admiral, losing his bal
ance, sat down with n bump, greatly ti
bis own amusement nnd that of tho
Something which women do not wish
on their faces, but uhlch Is eagerly
snnppeil up by smart men A new
We are showing
the largest assortment of
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise.
Tapestrv, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Carpet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
"' Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
F. O. Box sse.
.Mill, il u Jfl n'llAir L