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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1900.
If you want . .
Hardware, Crockery, Glavare,
I'alntSjOils anJ Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps anJ Lamp
House PunilsliliiR aoods,
Sliver PhteJ Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, WaJe anJ Butchers Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bounJ, Manila or Sisal rope, Lawn
Mo ers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Pluntatlon Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
fP FT FT 1
1 mnu mm
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
New York July 19. "No, I am tak
ing no pnrt In a third ticket movement
tlila year." said Senator William hind
sny of Kentucky, in answer to a que-
tlnn put to him.
The Senator Is reported to hae sup
ported Palmer and Uuckner In 189C.
"What about the Chinese situation '. '
"It Is a ery serious matter," ans
wered the Senator.
"Do ou think It will hac any
hearing on the coming election?"
"I don't sec why It should," was tho
Senator's answer. "If the Chinese
Co eminent Is responsible for the kill
Inn of any American citizens, this
count!- should hold It to a strict ac
countability ttut If the country U
oomin by mobs that the Chinese Gov
ernment cannot control, then we mi'st
help suppiess the rebellion. Catch as
many of the ringleaders ns possible anJ
"It Is said you Intend to locate In
New .York on the cxphatlon of onr
term In the Senate "
"That Is so." Senator indsay replb-d.
"I hae made definite arrangements to
piactlce law here after Match llli
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY,
Drinkers of Tea
Will Pay More
Now York, July 19. Already the
troubles In China have given rise to re
ports of a probable increase In the
prlco of tea, and there Is llttlo re.uon
to doubt that efforts will bo made to
induse tea drlnkera to pay more for
their beverage than they have been do
ing, even If the disorder now prevailing
In tho northern part of China does not
spread to the south, where tho tea
fields are. But unless the Boxers clo
.succeed In Inducing the southern
provinces to Join in the anti-foreign
outbreak it does not seem probable, so
many merchants said, that the tea crop
of China can bo seriously affected.
Another reason why there should hi
little genuine stringency In the tea
market Is tho fact that India and Cey
lon and Japan furnish a large part of
the world's tea supply and would grow
wistly larger crops than they do now
'were It not for the competition of
cheap Chinese teas. Still, if this com
petition should bo removed by tho
spread of anaichy and wur Into tho
tea growing proUnces of China there
Is every probability that prices would
adtance temporarily at least, and this
would probably result In America on a
large drop In the consumption of tea.
Neeitheless, for some reason or
.other, there has recently been a mark-
I'd uilunce In the wholesale prlco of
dome giades of tea.
Fine Job Prlntlnc at the Bulletin
Ceylon ami Mnrnk.tbo
ami PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods are m.ule FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
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. DInkelsplel"-By Geo. V. Hobart.
"Phillip WlmwooJ" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Alary Cholmondley
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Letters from Kau report plenty of
rain In tho district.
Nothing equal to It. Equal to what?
A blue Tribune wheel.
Hoard and care Is wanted for a
child. Seo Want column on pago 8.
Tho hooks of tho Olownlu Company
are closed to transfers. Sec notice un
der New Today.
losea Meemano, a native man, mar
ried and 75 years of age, died at I'a
Inma yesterday after several years of
Chas. Swanscn, a Danish scamun
aged 3, off the American ship 13. I).
Sutton, died at tho Queen's Hospital
on Saturday of tuberculosis of the
In the guardianship matter of Malu
ku Moolau and Kcoo Moolau, minors,
Davis & Gear for Thomas Murray, pe
titioner, glvo notice of motion for
Should tho W. 0. Hall come off the
marine railway today, sho will sail on
her regular Kauai route tomorrow. If
not, she will probably wait until
Thursday before sailing. Tho Hawaii
goes on the ways after the V. O. Hall.
Otto Nlkomed, a young man working
at the Honolulu Iron Works, had both
his legs crushed and one of bis nuns
lacerated by tho falling of n he.ny
piece of machinery In the shops early
esterday afternoon. The flesh was
badly cut nnd bruised but, fortunutel),
no bones were broken. Tho unfor
tunate nung man wns Uken to the
Queen's hospital tu tho patrol wagon.
Dr. Carmlihni'l left for Maul In the
John II. Jones left by the Klnati this
noon for llllo.
for that tired feeling take a ride
up Pacific UeighU.
The schooner Uidy got In from her
ri-KuIni ports this morning.
The ship (leorge Curtis Is taking 011
sugar fiom the Maunn I.0.1 today.
Twenty-eight Hist class Callforn'a
mules nre offered for sale. See Tor
A nice lot In Oakland, Cal. Is offered
In exchange for sugar stocks. Sjo
Hoard and rooms nre ndortlscd !n
tho Wnnts column. Terms moderate.
Sec under Hoard and Hooms.
Presh butter will he recehed on tho
Austrnlln by Guerrero & Hoke, gro
cers, Miller strct aboc Methodist
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth went
down the rond this morning to learn
further particulars regarding the death
There nre still a few desirable offices
left In the KM to building. Those desir
ing them should apply to Jas. Stelnrir.
See ad In Tor Itent column.
St. C. Snyres 1pm es for the north on
the Aornngl tomorrow where he will
endenor to secitro nildltinnnl shipping
between Seattle and this port.
There will be a meeting of the La
dles' I3xccutlc Committee of the V.c
and Ear Infirmary In Dr. Sloggct's
office tomorrow nt 3 o'clock.
The Austtnlla will be In from San
Kranclsco between 7 nnd 8 o'clock
In the morning, perhnps earlier. She
will bring home n large number of Ho
Turk of Turk & Lew Is appeared In the
Pollco Court thlu forenoon on 'he
charge of assault and battery. Th"
rase was continued until tomorrow nl
the request of tho defendant:
Hnlclwa, or tho "Beautiful House,"
tho new Walalua hotel, cannot be sur
passed as a quiet resting place nnd Is
n beautiful spot that should not bs
missed by tourists on any considera
tion. Poor Win. Crowes appeared again In
tho Police Coutt this forenoon on the
charge of drunkenness. Yesterday he
wns only lined $2 and costs hut this
morning. Judge Wilcox imposed n fine
of $0 nnd costs.
The pilot boat smashed the oihe,
day when tho Transport California
hauled alongside the Nny dock. Is now
being repaired. When It c-ame to an
examination of the boat's keel, It was
found to be broken In three plnccH.
The Intel -Island Co. has decided to
despatch the steamer Kauai to Puna
luu, Kau, this afternoon nt 5 o'clock
to bring to Honolulu the grenter pait
of the sugar at that place and nt Pnha
la. She will go direct, load as quickly
as possible and return to port.
Sam Broad, tho young Hawaiian
who undertook to bent a Chinaman nl
Patama chapel the other night be
cause he was so worked up oer tho
lloxer stories from China, appeared In
tho Police Court this forenoon on tho
chnrgo of assault and battery. Fortu
nately for him, the complaining wit
ness failed to put In an appearance and
Broad was allowed to go.
Among the passengers for llllo and
way ports In the Klnnu today were tho
following: Mr. nnd Mrs. George Dar
ker, Maik Houghtalllng, W. A. Stew
art, II. McCorrlston. J. W. Hull, Mis.
I). McCorrlston, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S.
Mulrhend, Geo. W. Statler. H. J.
Wright. J. II. Jones. II. C. riluger, Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. T. Grnnt. M. O'Shnugnessy,
Gardner K. Wilder. Mrs. II. Vliln, N.
Pullar and II, C. 0enden.
Among those booked to leave for
Mnul ports In the Clnudlne this uftct
noon lire the following: Miss Helen
Alexander, Miss 12. Wnterhouse, Miss
13. Angus, Mrs. 11. (1. Alexander, Mls
i:. Damon, C. 1 Alexander, C S. Jiidc',
II. I- Damon. V W Damon. Mrs. Kl.i
Nnhaolelua, J. N, S. Williams, Ilev. J.
H. Russell. Mrs. II. P. Baldwin. 13
Hnneberg, 13. Vincent and W. A. Mc
Kay. We are showing
We have ever handled at prices that cannot1 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 Cat pet 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 Tfort Street.
S3 In Shoes for Wcrtnen at Si. 50 and S2.00 and Oxfords at
Si. 50 to S250.
IYTINERNY SHOE STORE.
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
519 Fort Street.
A SPECIAL SALE NOW ON
JAT.ABOUf ONE-HAI-P THE REC1ULAR PRICES
i Jelly Cake Pans,
I Tea Pots,
Ladles' Finger Pans,
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of CROCKEHY, GL.SS and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sole Agents for Jewel Stoves, StanJud anJ Puritan Blue Flam; W ckless Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Gurney Clenable Refrigerators, Double-CnteJ 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
A FINE LINE OF
Ash, Oak, Mahogany
BEDROOM - SETS
From 81,7.50 Up.
COYNE TURNITURE CO.,
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantMcJ,
M F. LUCAS,
20; Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 500
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, July i, 1000.
NAME Ol STOCK S;r.',JI B.7 Bll Uiktl
C Brrutr fit Cwnpany
American uear Co
Fwa I'lan'atlon Co
Hamna 1'UnMtlon Co
Hawaiian Act IculturatCo
Hawaiian Com A Su Co
Hawaiian Suear C,
Honomu uear Co
llonnkaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Sue Co Lti a)
htamalo Sue Co rJupl
Klhtl Plant Co .Ltd, ail
Klhrl P Ci.UJ fi up I
Kiahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
9 II ?)
t en oqo
i, 51x1 ooo
Korta Sugar Co at
Kona Sugar Co pj up I
Mjtintlf I Su Oi pJ i
' " ft.1 un
NUilkuWCo Uiivi I
" " " pJupf
fllTiat "Kiln., f a
Oolcili SuL'ir I 'tart Co '
OUa Su.Crt.Lt4 . ill
OIsuCo Lti, pjup(
fjauniu su run L.o
Pali Mintition Co
I'rrwkf Supaf Co
Plonerr .Mill Co
Walalua Aer Co. it)
WalatuaAr Co. fi up J
Wa I man j Id Sutrar Co
Walmea Mill Co I
WllJrr Stramthln Co
IntefUlanl Steam N Co
Hawaiian CWtrlf Co
I J ouo
Hon Sttam LaunJry
Kona.KauT AT Co.Lti
Mutual Ttlf phone Co
MaVaha " UrJupl1
Pioptt't c & H t k Col
Hawaiian Gov 6 rev-cent'
Hawaiian Gov .prrcent
Hilo W K.Co 6r(rcnt
Ewa I'lantat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent,
Salcs-i 5 People's Ice, $90.00; 5 Ookala,
, ..... . ...
Another Stiff Sentence.
Klahrr, nrrcfttod nRnln Snturttay
nlKlit on the charp of ellliiK liquor
without n lU'iMiso. nppoarod fur trial la
the Pollco Court this forenoon. At
torney St 1 a 11 h 8 npiienrtM for the clcfon
ilant. The wltnenaea for tho proseeu
tlon io most ilnmaRlnK teKtlniony
nR.ilnt PUher nnd the outcome was
that he was sentenced to three month
Imprisonment nt hard labor nnd to pay
n tine- of $500 nnd cost, An appeal a
Tbs Eyenlnj Bulletin, TS cent p