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LOCAL AND GENERAL
THH HVfJNINn IiUM.UTIN. HONOLULU, II. I.. I'KIDAY, AUDIIST , 1900.
1'jlntt. 6,l .iftj Varnlihet. I!lrtr
llr, UiinJellers, Lamps anJ I ..imp
House PurnlshlliK (Intnls,
Silver I'lateJ Ware, Cutlery. I
Knives, Y.iJe and Butchers' H.u
Kubber Htse. either plain or wire
bounj, Mnlla or Skil rope. Lawn
Movers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Utc. Etc.
Pltintiitiun Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Hink.
FOOD l-'OR TROOPS IN CHINA.
Chicago, July 21. A commissary ile
juit for supplies for American troops
now In Clilnn or to go there will be ci-
tnbllslicd nt Takti, under command ')f
Jlnjor Gallagher of the Department A
Subsistence of the Philippines.
This nnnouncement Is mndo liy Cjl
oncl V. I.. Alexander, Chief of the1
Subsistence Department of the Lakes.
No time has been lost In getting sup
plies to the new depot, heavy ship
ments having been forwarded from
Manila. Thirty more carloads, com
prising canned, dressed nnd sal'ul
beef, will be dispatched by Colonel
Alexander next Friday. The thirty
carloads will be divided between Ma
nila and Tnku. The latter depot will
be made the base of supplies for Amer
ican troops In case of opcratluii3
nvalnst l'eklug, nnd a refrigerator bIiI.i
of which there nre three In the sir
viie of the Commissary Department of
the Philippines, will be sent there to
taro for the supplies of refrigerated
Cl"n anil Maraii il-
mul I'KALIM-S ....
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods arc made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
Orplictini Theater Tonight.
Grand vaudeville show, colored ar
lists at the Orpheum tonight. Ut
your leseneil seats.
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-
J rick Bangs.
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondiey.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd,
IS THE TIME TO BUY.
V. M. (Ilffnrd has a load ninro for
Mir fee Tor unle column on S 6
1'iirnir ('liiplmiu tit t lir Itvalsnl Is of
mi n H'll enrnii Vnrnllnn of a ivr'
Frtilerlrk V. Italiliey, Attorney at
Law, Campbell llulhllnit, corner Mo.--china
nnd Fort streets.
The Hlnrk Vnrdu Co. cnrrlngo rcptlr
simp Is running at full blast with C.ipt.
Tim Murray nt the wlul.
Land In the Ohm tract. Putin. llv
wall. Mill be nold ut miction Popt. 1'Otb.
SVe lly Authority column.
Kukntcklwn. one of the odorless ox
envntor drivers, has been nrTcstcd for
running into the hack of C. Tiibln.
Fresh butter will bo rcccUcd on tho
Australia by (luerrero k Hoke, gro
cery Miller strct above Methodist
The Lnco oliiise's recent Ifporta
tljins by the Australia arc now on din
play. Sec them before the assortment
J. M. Vivas, the hustling malinger of
Slla & Vivas has added a few mor
bargains to his long list. See nd In
A sperlnl notice of ,thc Oln.i Sugar
Co. under New Today says that the
12th assessment has been reduced fifty
cents per share.
About twenty cases lire piled at tbn
entrance of the Judiciary building.
They contain District Attorney J. C.
1 laird's law books.
Governor Dole left for Konn In Pic
Mnuiia I.oa this forenoon. A large nuin
be,- of friends wero on the Inter-Island
uhnrf to sec him off.
Commissioner Wrny Taylor and Dr.
Maxwell will tomorrow accompany Dr.
Stubbs and wlfo on n visit to tho
Nuiianu Wrest and pall.
Threo tine watermelons were receiv
ed nt the Iliireaii of Agriculture today
from Mr. Thomas, one of the Califor
nia colonists ut Wnhlawn.
A carload of tho Justly celebrated
CSrccti Hlrr Whisky will arrive for V.
C. Peacock & Co., agents, per Kinetic
F. Whitney. Special Inducements to
There will be another big concert nt
Walaliia a week from Saturday nigh',
In alii of the church nt that place. A
number of welt known musicians from
Honolulu will assist.
I'.ich propos-d charter member of
the l'.IKs as well as Isltlng brothers nre
earnestly requested to bo picsent it
the meeting tonight In the Chamber of
Commerce rooms at 8 o'clock.
Tho Maunn Loa was n half hour late
getting away today. She took n very
large number of passengers In both
cabin and steerage and her freight
spaco was taxed to Its utmost.
A runaway horso with a pnrt of t
harness attached camo In King street
nt a terrific pace this morning. It fell
down once but got up again nnd con
tinued up Fort nnd down Hotel. !t
was caught In Kapalnmn. Fortunately,
no ono was hurt by the frightened animal.
lit Shoes for Women at Si. 50 and S2.00 and Oxfords at
S 1.50 to $2 50.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
A FINE LINE 01'
Ash, Oak, Mahogany
BEDROOM - SETS
From 8JJ7.50 Up.
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD,
919 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... mi worn guaramwu.
M F. LUCAS,
jos Hotel Street ... P. O. Box ko
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, August J, 1900.
"au up c
NAML or STOCK
C. Brewr r & Gimrany
Amrrlcan Sucar Co ,,300,000'
Lwa IMtn'allon Co f.ono.oc
llamoa IM-lnlatlnnCo m.onc Ion
HawallanAerlculpjralCn ,,oao.ono too
Hawaiian ' om fltSu Ci t.iit.rjo to.
Cothes , .
Otic containing fancy
From 25 cents up. We are now having a
sp-tni silt or tliese goods. s What a
be-iutv vou cin purchase for 50 cents.
Hatallan Sugar Co
llonnmu ui;ar i.o
Haiku Sucar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalu Sue To UJ a
Klwl I' Co.LtJ .pi up
Kliahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co.. at
Kona Sugar Co .pi up
Maunalel Sugar Co aa
Maunalfl Su Co pi up
Pi up I
S.L.. C . I
Onomca Sugar Co
THE OTHER IS OUR
And numerous other useful household articles. Everything Is in sight. Anv oerson
Tho Woman's Oullil of tho Sccon.l five the co-rect number of articles displayed In this window will receive one of our
THIS WINDOW will remain Inta.t for the week ending August 7th.
The correct number will be announced Wednesday morning, August 8th, at 9 a.m.
wnen me good win oe laKen oui and counted
X- -x- -
wf I TTrHflDI'nX ously upon the premises for four years,
DY UlUUIvll I and have under cultivation, at end of such
Tax Appeal Court Notice.
nerloJ. ;o per cent of the premises, such
maintaining of a home to begin at any
time before the end of fouth year from
date of Agreement.
, ., , . . , .. . r- ' He sna" P,ant lf not already growing
Notice Is hereby given that the Court and maintain In good growing condition
of Tax Appeals for the First Judicial Clr- from end cf second year until termination
zM Island of Oahu, will sit In the room pf Agreement, an average of not less than
... -. . . f,.,,. ut. i.. ten timber, thaJe or fru t trees per acre.
of the Chamber of Commerce, on Wed- ne shall allow the Agents of the Gov
nesday, the 8th Cay of August, ioc3,at ernmentat all times to enter and examine
i:pp. m., 10 near sucn appeals as may.tne premises, and shall pay taxes that
may become due on the same.
At the end of tenth year, or earlier If all
conditions necessary thereto have been
substantially complied with, the purchastr
snail pe eniuied 10 a Land ratent convey
ing ice simple line to we iana described
In Agreement of Sale.
In case of default or failure to perform
the required conditions, the Commissioner
may take possession of the premises and
may sell the same at auction, either as a
whole or In parcels, for cash or terms of
time payments; and if such sale results in
advance on the original price, the original
purchaser to receive therefrom the amount
be brought before It
WILLIAM F. ALLEN,
President of the Court of Tax Appeals for
the Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, Aug. 3, 1900. ifoot)
PUBLIC LW NOTICE.
OLAA TRACT, PUNA, HAWAII.
On Thursday, September loth, at the
office of E. U. Baldwin, llllo, Hawaii,
will be sold at Public Auction about 200
lots of 50 acres each, at upset prices of
from f 1.00 to f i2.oo per acre on following
terms and conditions:
Purer aser may not acquire more than
The purchase price of the land to be
paid within ten years, either In full at any
time within said period of ten years, or In
Installments of one or more tenths of the
purchase price In anv Interest date.
Interest at rate of 6 per cent per annum
from dice of Agreement on unpaid balance
of purchase price, payable semi-annually,
Purchaser shall substantially Improve
his holding within one year from date of
agreement, and shill from the end of
second year have under cultivation at nil
times, not less than ten per cent of the
premises. '1 0 entitle him to I'.ilent irant
giving fee simple title, he shill contlnu
ouslv maintain Ills home unm the prcm
Ise'.fora term of K years, and have at
the eni of uch term 25 per cent of the
premises under buna tiJe cultivation, or
shall have maintained his home contlnu-
CnngrcRatlon of St. Andrew's Cntho
ilrnl will hold n reception to welcome
tho llov. Hamilton l.oe, nt tho rcM
denco of Mrs. Robertson, Emnin square
on Monday evening, August C. All
members of the congregation nre cor
dlaly Invited to he present. From S
to 10 o'clock.
Among tho passengers for Maul and
Hnwiill ports In tho Mmum Loa to.lay
wero tho following: .1. W. Kualinoliii,
J. V. Ilrown, W. I). Ilaldwln, Mrs. C. L.
Rhodes, Mrs. M. W. Ilacltus. W. V.'.
Hruiicr, Illshop Gustan J. W. Robert
son, Miss Helen Robertson, J. 1. Cooke
anil wife, Cnpt. W. I). Iltirnhnm, O. T.
Scwnll, 11. Gussclfcldt nnd II. Turner.
High Sheriff Drown stales that the
story In this morning's Advertiser
relative to n watch being kept over n
Chlneso woman nt Wnlklkl hits no
foiiniintlon whatever, a Portuguese The largest circukition in tile islands? Tlie quality anil flavor is recog
did go to the police station yestenliy nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand,
with the report thnt ho was nfrnlil n For sale at every retail store, or by
Chinese woninn was contemplating the , . ww-kaTi.ar
murder of her child hut the story of H V iVlAN BROS
tho preparations qf a tin can was pure
ly Imnginnry. ' ExClU8lve AgdltB.
i Prfiotucjm register ewlrount it our office, or wnj trw timi up lo jp m, Augmt ?th,
nive ine prmxgf 01 wiineMing wt count, commencing itti.m weantuiy, aueuu sin.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd
OokAltSueir I'Un Co
OliaSu. Co.. Lli..
I'nuhiu u. 'in, Co
Pacific Sut'ir Mill
Pala IManutlon Co .
Pepeekeo Suer Co
Wilalua Acr. Co.,
WilafuiAtrr.Co. rJ ud I
Willuku Sugar Co
lo hucar i.o
Walmea Mill Co
Wilier Steamship Co
Hawaiian Liectnc Co
Hon RapU T&UniCo
Hon Steam La unity
Mutual Telephone Co
Makaha " L4 pi up)
Oihu Hv & Lani Co
people ct k 1 e uo
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov j per cent
HitoR K, Co. 6 percent
rwa i' amai n o tkt cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
a ono coo
fl ono orx
)m coo1 too
I ito,ouo lor
lor ,onr ion
I tjo.ono ton
1 00,000 1 loo
Oahu R & Lani (
Sales 0!aa, pi., 5i J 25; JoOlaa.pJ.,
Jn.50; 50 Olaa, pJ , 5i) 5; 5 Ola.i, pJ.,
513.50; 10 Pioneer, 1 150.00.
Director Experiment Station.
It. Il Illouln will succeeil Dr. Wul
ter Maxwell ns director of the Hawa
iian Planters' Association's experiment
station 11ml laboratory. Tho selection
has licen ninilo liy Mr. Htuliba, tho
commissioner now vlsltlni; hero frori
the ARrlculturnl Department, Wash
ington. .Mr. Illouln liss heen the ns
slslstnnt of Mr. Stiibhs In conducting
the Louisiana experiment station fjr
ninny years, nml Is a highly valued
We are showing
the largest assortment of
of his payments to the Government on
account of purchase, without Interest, and
a p-o rata share hi such advance In pro
portion to the amounts of his payments.
If such sale shall result, however, in a less
price tnan the original, the amount returned
to him shall be charged with a pro rata
amount of such decrease proportioned to
the amounts of his payments.
An Agreement of Sale covering such
ondltlons shall be made with the Gov
ernment, and no assignment of Interest
under such agreement Miall be made with
out the written consent of the Coinmlv
slonei of Public Lands.
I. V. HltOWN.
Commissioner of PublU Lands.
August 1. uioo. ifloo-tt
lias removed to lleietanl.i street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and lleretanla streets.
151j'im Tel. 517. Ilourii 9 to 5.
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 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.
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