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IHE bVt3WIIlUMULLb I IPC 7MUriULULU,ain.J5i.,-i nuroLm i auuus iisCM' A,
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If your want .
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
t'jtititOili .mJ Varnishes, Electro
Hers, Clnndellers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing doods,
Silver PhteJ Ware, Cutlery. Pocket'
Knives, WaJe anJ Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either pliln or wire
bound, Mmlla or Sls.il rope. Lawn
Mo ers, Lawn Sprinklers, HlRii-Rrass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEW FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bmk.
Ceylon and M.ualcabo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
T. W. Hobron has sent the followinR
communication to the owners ot tho
yncht Myrtle explains Itself:
Honolulu, August 1, 1900.
Mr. Goorgo A. Crozler nnd II. II.
Drothcrton, owners of yncht
Ocntlcmcn: In reply to your let
ter and challenge for tho Hawaiian
Challenge Cup, would say that after
conferring with a number of the own
ers of tho larger yachts, I find that
they arc opposed to allowing n boat ot
your class to compete against them.
As thcro will not be less than throo;
of tho large craft contesting for this
cup In tho September regatta, I think
that the nchtsmcn nnd tho public will
hao their Interest sufficiently kept up
without permitting boats of nn entire
ly different class competing.
Tho deed of gift distinctly states
thnt the boat, to bo eligible, must not
bo less than fHe tons, nnd I therefore
bollco thnt the intention of those whu
gavo tho cup was to permit only tho
larger jnchts to competo for this valu
I shall therefore Iimo to respectfully
decline Jour challenge.
Yours truly, T. W. IIODRON.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. Oswald Lutted,
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
BULLETIN OF, NEW
"From Kingdom to Colony"-By Mary
"The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Geber"-By Kate A. Benton.
J'Feo" By Max Pemberton.
"The Green Flag" By Conan Doyle.
"D. Dlnkelspiel" -By Geo. V. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre HIU" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cliolmondley.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho firm of Herbert A llutnphrls Is
dlssohed. Sec ad under New Tndar.
A Tribune "Illuo Htrenk" was rlddm
by C. M. .Murphy who made the fatte-it
mile on record.
The schooner (Inhlen Onto will conig
In from Kmmnkakal with another loil
of roil tonight.
Deputy Sheriff Omstind of Wnlmen,
Kauai, leaves for homo In the W U
Hnll this afternoon
Frederick V. Hnnkcy, Attorney at
Law, Campbell Ilulldlng, corner Me.'
chant nnd Port streets.
The 8tock Yards Co. carriage repair
shop Is running at full blast with Capt.
Tim Murray at tho wheel.
Leases on twenty-five thousand nctcs
of Maul land will be hold Sept. 1st.
Sco notlco under Ily Authority.
Max 8chlemmcr, former luna of Lay
snn Island, lcacs for his home In Ka
uai by tho V. 0. Hnll this afternoon
Fresh butter will bo received on tho
Australia by Guerrero & Hoke, gro
cers, Miller strct nbovo Methodist
W. W. Dlmond & Co.'s display of
wooden wnro In their show wlndovs
Invites tho ndmlrntlon of passers by.
See ad. In this Issue. "
High Sheriff Ilrown was prosecuting
officer In the Police Court this morn
ing In the absenco of Deputy ShciliT
Chllllngworth at Wnlalun today.
The Nllhau from Anaholn this morn
ing reports 7,59", bags of sugar on Ka
uai. Kino weather has prevailed jn
tho Garden Islo for tho past week.
The attention of Hepubllcnns of the
Klghth Precinct, Fifth District, Is call
ed to an ad on page 8 requesting their
attendance at tho Drill Shed Baturd.iv
The Australia brought news thnt tho
tug Fearless was to havo sailed from
San Francisco for this port, July J7.
Acordlng to thnt, she should be hero
beforo tho end of the week.
The, Kainchamcha Alumni Assoc! i
tlon wllMiold Its meeting in the club
rooms, Fort street tomorrow (Krldaj)
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Kcry mem
ber In the city Is expected to bo pres
ent. Wall, Nichols & Co. hJte turned on'
n very neat piece of rrmstc, "The Hollo
of Honolulu Wnltzes" by J. A. Nobl.
An attractive cover In green with lid
nnd whlto lettering makes tho sh.-et
Tho I.ohun enmo in this morning .if-
tcr a trip to Poholki, Punn, with n cir
go of seed cane from Kamnlo On
tho rctur ntrlp she touched at Olow.il i
and Paauhau, bringing n enrgo of Ju
gar from thoso two places.
Sam Ikaka appeared In tho Polite
Court this forenoon on tho chnrge of
assault and battery on Mnlola, an old
native. A nolle prosequi was entered
as the-lattcr wanted" tiro case dropped,
ho and tho younger man having niado
Ah Tim, tho Chinese hack driver
who ran over Horace Crabbe not Ion?
ago, appeared In tho I'ollco Court this
THE ORPHEUM HOTEL local and general.
after undergoing a thorough reno
vation Is NOW OPEN and will
be conducted as a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL
American and European Plan.
Well-Conducted Cafe Is Run In
Connection with the Hotel.
Tabled'Hoteanda la Carte
SERYED TO GUESTS
II is removed to (leretanli street, opposite
Hawaiian Iktel, from corner of Richard
and lleret inh streets.
15rim Tel. 517. HouriiQtoj.
The Kldsvold will get away in two or
three da 8.
Nuuanti Chapter Rosa Croix will
De Long Post, a. A. R., will bold Its
regular meeting tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullvan left for
San Francisco In the Irmgard today.
A bright, Intelligent young man Ij
wanted. See Want column on page S.
Oeo. Thos. Porter, a native of (Lon
don, has filed a petition for naturaliza
There are two barks oft port. It Is
very probable that both are irom tn
The Skagit sails for tho Sound In
ballast this afternoon. The Bertie Min
or may get away, but It Is doubtful.
Some of the qualities ot the Tribune
wheel are blue color, perfection ot
parts, lightness, strength, durability
John Duckley will have power ot at
torney for J. J. Sullivan during the
latter's absence from tho city. See no
tlco under New Today.
Her Pastor Isenberg wlrd nm Bonn
tag den S ten August Vormlttags It
Uhr In der Y. M. C. A. Halle Dcutscher
Work lias begun on rounding off tho
King nnd Ittchurds stret corner of tho
Capitol grounds and tho sidewalk
nround tho whole park.
Co A, N, n. II., will glvo n ball to
night at tho Drill Shed. A largo num
ber of thkots Iiumi Ik (ii sold and n
good tlmo Is uutldputcd.
t&" In Shoes for Women at S1.50 and $2.00 and Oxfords at
1.50 to $2 50.
MGINERNY SHOE STORE.
. Ducks, etc.
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
S19 Fort Street. Telephone 4J6.
One containing fancy
Prom a? cents up. We are now having a
sp-thl sile of these goods, see what a
oeiuiv vou can purchase for 50 cents.
A FINE LINE'' OF
ash, Oak, Mahogany
BEDROOM - SETS
From $37.50 Up.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guaranteed.
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 590
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, August 1, 1000.
NAME OF STOCK
THE OTHER IS OUR
VU ""EN WARE,
Everything Is In sight. Any person
And numerous other useful hnnvhntd nrtli-Ua.
morning on tho charge of hcedl-. glMr hls window will receive one of our
driving. As Air. crabbo Is not yc'.
nlilo to leave tho house, the case vas
again continued until next week. At
torney Chllllngworth will assist tho
Pahukula, a native, was fined 110
and costs In tho Police Court this forr
noon on tho chnrge of assault and bat "
tcry on Ah Gam, a restaurant keeper. '
Pahukela went Into tho, Chlnnmn 1 s
restaurant, got n square meal nnd then '
refused to pay. On being remonstrated
with by Ah Sam, ho struck tho Chlnv !
man full In tho face.
A meeting of tho charter members of
tho n. P. 0. niks will bo held In tho
Chamber of Commerce rooms tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock. All thoso
who hao signed this Ilsti nrc -o-quested
to ho present on account of
business Important to each Indlvlduil
After all business is transacted n llttlo
taste of nikdom will bo given thoso
desiring to become Elks which will bo
pleasant as well as Instructive.
THIS WINDOW will r-miln Intf. t fnr lh uL-.nHlnn. Ailn,. .11.
The correct number will be announced Wednesday morning, August 8th, at 9 a.m.
.,,v,, ... kw4 tiii wc uincu uui anu counicu.
Fine Job Printing at
.. .z ,?."" "'-''" titlr c unt t our effict, or wnl llw um up 10 ipi, Auruit tin, an! cin
Bve ln orlvlHn ol luiei'm lh count, commencing ilii.ii ,Ne4n Uty, Augutt 8th
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
The largest circulation In the islands ? The quality and flavor is recog
nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
ror saie ar. every retail store, or Dy
I HYMAN BROS.,
C. Prtwer & Company
American Sugtr G
bwA I'limition (.0
Hawaiian Com &Su Co .
Hawaiian Sucar Co
Honomu uer Co i
Honokaa Suear Co
Haiku Sugir Co ,
Kahuku I'lantatlon Co
Kamalo Sue Co UJ a
Kama In Sue Co, piup
Klhel Plant Co LtJ.a
Kijahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co , .
Kona Sugar Co , at
Kona Sugar Co riup
Maunalel Sugar Co a
Maunalel Su Co pj up
Oahu Sug,ar Co.
Ookala Sugar I'lan Co I
OlaaSu Co, Ltd . ast
Ola a suCoLtJ.fi up J
Olowalu Company ,
I'aauhau Su I'lan Co I
Pacific Sugar Mill ... 1
Pala Plantation Co .,.
PfpMkeo Sugar Co .'
Ploner Mill Co .. I
WclaluaAgr Co. ail
WalaluaAgr Co. pi up j
Walluku Sugar Co. .
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Mill Co . . .
Wilder SttamthlD Cn
Inter-Ul an i Strain N Co
Hawaiian Lltxtrlc Co
Hon Rapid f&Lani Co
non steam Laundry
Mutual Telephone Co
Makaha " Li pi up
Oahu Uv A Land Co
reopi i ciKKlfu)
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov percent
Haw G Post Sav aHr"c
Hito R R.Co 6p.rcent
cwa tianiat n o per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 tier cent
Oahu R& Land Co pre
I WOO OKI
l tyo 000
t too 000
1 10 000
J .000 000
Sales 85 Ookala, 1 1 8.00, 10 Ploretr,
flW.oo 50 Olaa, pj., l3.oo; 10 Ew,
"What a pretty new shirt walstl " ho
exclaimed, as ho trie4 to lircsa a wrin
kle out of It Kith his arm. "I'm Rim!
)ou like It," sho Bald shly. "Walt a
minute," he saltl, Bnlfftng tho air; "I
smell somcthlnR burning." "Don't lo
alarmed, Fred," sho said, drawing tho
arm tighter ahouther which he had al
most removed; "It's this new waist.
I got It at Culver's flro sale today."
Judging from tho number of bltir
wheels on tho streets the Tribune must
bea very popular wheel.
We are showing '
v ithe largest assortment of
We have ever handled at prices that cannqt 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 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 "ort Street.
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