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DELICIOUS LOCAL AN!) OliNliKAL
f .'r'JiP'1, ,'?"J afnlh, tilW!
!ir. ChmJtlleri, I imp and Umpl
Hihmc t'lirnUhlnjc clouds,
Silver Plate J Ware. Cutlery. CxKtt
Knlve, Wade anJ Butchers' Karon,
Kubber IUe. either plttn or wire
bourn, ,Jnlla or SImI mi-, Lawn
Mo ers, I awn Sprinklers. Illilfcmi
Cutters, tiu. Ktc.
Plnnttitlon Supplies or
BUY THEM FUOM
it nautili ikiiii ii a
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Hink.
t;l'm nn-l Wirni ,l 1
CJIOCCH tl CHI: AM
ami I'HAI.INliS ....
HHI-NCH HOSS, lite.
Our goods arc made FHI:SII
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
ilnpnneHe Church Work.
A sjw-clnl Hireling of members of the
.Tnpiiner rlmrrli unit tlic V M. C. A
will lie lipid Momlny evening n fore
well to Mr. Kukltn. who leaves for S;m
Kranclsni In the Anolrnlla. Mr. Vu
klln'n Intention Ik to take n course In
tlio University of California. DnrltiK
Ills two years' stay In Honolulu he
has keen very nctlxe In church work.,
having keen a member of the standing
committee of the Japanese church nt'd
president of the V. M. C. A. The peo
ple with whom he has worked arc
very sorry tkat they nrc now to lose
At n meeting of the Y. M. C. A. held
last night nt the home of llev. T. Oku
mura, Mr. I'uklta resigned as pr-sl-lent
and the organization decided to
leave the office vacant for some HtMe
time. It was nlso xoted that n general
secretary be appointed and that a regu
lar salary be paid for this work .
K. Tanlguchl will preach at the new
Japanese church In Wnlalua for tlnee
Sundays, beginning with August 12.
He will go down the road on Tuesday.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Tho ever popular Italntcr beer Is be
coming a household word rnd "will
you hnvo a glass of Seattle," Is moro
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
BULLETIN OF NEW
"From Kingdom to Colony"-By Mary
"The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Geher"-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 Ketv
"A Manifest L)estlny"-By Julia Ma
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary. Cholmondley
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUV.
ft Hit -
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
OLAA TRACT, PUNA, HAWAII.
On ThursJay, September 20th, at the
office of E. D. Baldwin, Hilo, Hawaii,
wll be solJ at Public Auction about 200
lots of 50 acres each, at upset prices of
from Jr.oo to $12.00 per acre on following
terms and conditions:
Purchaser 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 any Interest date,
of Agreement, an average of not less than
ten timber, shade or fruit trees per acre.
He shall allow the Agents of the Gov
ernment at all times to enter and examine
the 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 purchaser
shall be entitled to .1 Land Patent convey
ing fee simple title to the land described
In Agreement of Sale.
In case of default or failure to perform
the required conditions, the Gimmlssloner
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
of his payments to the Government on
ttepul Mifttff hitrr '" nf Wills
Ins l In limn tiMttir I
Amerlrsh MwwMim rrtfA , Mn
otile Tempi Trt III. I
I'nrll. I' truikra nf YVftktllH rM-
up oh the tnmnln IihIb ,
Mr Mm!! is buck fmw Id Ortrttt!
aftrr rHrhtl blHM trt. I
Mr. II. P. rrt wai a pMMHWtl
from Kntna In lt Mlkuhat tort?.
Adjutant (Hrp of tho gatttttl-tn
Army twi rptiiftip,! from n trip to
rrirllfiratp of deposit No. SIOM has
been tost. Sen nd In l.ol column on
nicely furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular House, 161 Port street, from 11.00
per week lip.
Bam l-oderer hns Just reeelxed nl the
I X. I., n fine new stock of Ice 1 lusts
II. P. Killers & Co. are now display
ing the very latest In ladles nrrkwnr,
direct from New York.
The Htock Yards Co. carriage rcpilr
shop Is running nt full blast with C.ipt.
Tim Murray nt the wheel.
An Important amendment to the
Hoard of Health sanitary regulations
Is published Ily Authority today.
Gonsalres, photographer, Ilcrctanta
near Alnpnl Is giving away ono 10x20
crayon portrait with IS worth of pho
tos. Manuel Itndrlgues was fined $ md
costs In the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge of cruelty to ani
mals. Presh butter will bo received on tho
Australia by Ouerrero & Hoke, gro
cers, Miller Btict abnvo Methodist
Judge M. M. Kstcn anil District At
torney .1. C. Ilalrd tiro giving personal
attention to the preparation of the
IVdcrnl Court room ami oirices.
Mr. Il.irrett Is the present store
keeper aboard the (iacllc. He I a
frit ml of the newspaper men and n
most genial and accommodating young
S.1111 I.ederer Is the selling agent f'-r
the famous Macncnle and l.'rlmii si.Vh
which came tlnoiigh the Chlnatov:
lire with Bin h Hying colors. See his .1
on page S.
"Christ alone can meet the ilrcpoxt
need of China" will bo the subjeit of
Mr. Hay's address to the soung at (he
Christian church tomorrow cxuilug nt
Young men's meeting nt the Y. M.
C. a. Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m. ad
dicsscd by ltev. J. C. Hay of the Chris-
thin church on the subject "Iluylng
up the Opportunities.
S. Iloth, tailor, nnd P. J. Krueger,
watchmaker, have moved out of tho
corner storo of tho Cummins block, In
to which the business of the I'aclllc
Hardware Co., Ltd., is to ho extended.
Hnula wns arrested yesterday on the
charge of assault nnd battery on Mn-
hoe, a blind woman. The latter ap
peared In the Police Court this morn
ing nnd stnted that her Injured head
was caused by a fall and not by blows
on the part of Hnula, so tho case wis
August Kraft, the watchmaker, died
yesterday of consumption. Deceased
came to Hawaii thirty years ago and
went into business on Port stiect Hn
worked for many years and then re
tired. Dccensed has no relatives heio
but a son nnd daughter are at presen'
In New Yorkilate. They will be no
tified by the (laclic today. The funer
al took place this morning.
I.ycurgus, the far famed caterer, has
certainly fllled n long felt want wlMi
his Union drill. Here the weary wan
derer may repair at any hour of the
night and feast on terrapin, which
Oeorgo keeps nllxe or some, of the oth
er toothsome delicacies which tho
French cooks will prepare In daintiest
style. Hegular dinner which Is served
nt tho (Hill from .1 to !) has become,
very popular with good livers and spe
cial suppers too are many. When you
want something especially nice ring
up Mnln -SO ami let him know a little
In advance and George will prepare for
you the daintiest dinner you have tast
ed for many moons.
In Shoes for Women nt Si. to nnd S2.00 and Oxfords it
S1.50 to S250.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
-t .. -It "tllll 1
A PINK UNI! 01'
sn. Oak. VUhmi.anY
BEDROOM - SETS
From SU7.50 Up.
COYNE FURNITURE CO,,
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Fine Watch Repairing
by lixporicncL-d Watch-Maker . .
. . . All work Ruaranttxl.
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 590
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGH
Honolulu, August 4, tgoo.
;; WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
lITlM T i , . .
Ono containing fancy
Prom 25 cents up. We are now IijvIiik a
sp'i-lal sale ot these gooj;. see what a
beauty vou can purdnse for 50 cents.
NAMf 01 STOCK
C. tlfewff fc Company
AmfiWAn Suirair Co.
F. IM.nMllon Co
JJI4 tr c!
HjwAllinlom &S11 Co. ,,n,,f, too
,iaaiiiio ugar v.o
llonomu Stiear Co
Hilku Suear Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Sue Co LU a
Kamalo Sue Co Mur
Klhtl l Co LU rl up
Ki Ahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sui r Co . at
Knna Suirar Co.rlupl
THE OTHER IS OUH
And numerous other useful household articles. Everything Is In sight. Any person
give the cotrect number of articles displayed In this window will receive one of our
handsome dollar JarJInleres.
THIS WINDOW will remain Inta.t for the week ending ,iiKU$t 7th.
The correct number will be announced Wednesday morning, August 8th, at 9 a.m.
when the good will b: taken out and counted.
4 IWajntcan register tnelr cunt at our ohic, or Mnl the aamaup to p a, Aucuat fth, ani can
hive tht prlvllift olttnlnj Iht count, rommcnclne at 8 a.m., Wtlntalay, August 8th.
WW. 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.
For sale at every retail store, or by
Mauiui! u tn
Mcltn JeSuCo ,
ri up I
NahlkuW Co LtJl
" -" ' rJri
uanu supar m .
Uokala Sucar Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co.. Ui .ail
Paauhau Su. run Co
Pala Plantation Co ...
Ppfekeo Supar Co
rioneer 1111 n
Walalua Agr Co., at)
WalaluaAirr.Co. ri up I
Watluku Suar Co
Walmanalo Suear Co
Walmea Mill Co
Witiff Steamship Co
Inter-Hlani StramN Co
Hawaiian Llfctrlc Co
Hon. Stam Launiry
Mutual Telephone Co
Makaha " Li Pi ur f
reopia i -ct & K I e oi
Hawaiian Ciov 6percent
Hawaiian (inv. j per cent)
Haw (i Pint Sav , Viper cJ
Hili R H.Co. 6 recent,
twa Plantat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent,
a our) o to
yt coo loo
Oahu H & Lani (
Salfs sooOlaa. a,. 2.w;2i Oahu. I5q.
00; so Ohi, a., 52.50; 01 Ol.ia, a., 52.50;
50 Ula.i, pj., J14.00; 5 Ula.i, pa., fU-oo;
50 Olaa, a.. 2.50.
on hanJ at Kapaa yesterday afternoon.
The Mlkahal.i Is discharging sugar Into
the AUen Besse In the stream tojay.
The AUen Hesse will sail for San Fran
cisco Wednesday afternoon whether she
has n lull cargo nf sugir or not.
The MoKolll came in from Moloka! ports
today, bilnglng 2 head cattle, 4 lid horses
and zeo sheep. She u ill sail again on her
regular route Monday.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
Interest at rate of 6 per cent per annum
from date of Agreement on unpaid balance account of purchase, without Interest, and
of purchase price, payame semi-annually, a pro rata share In such advance In pro
In advance. I portion to the amounts of his payments.
Purchaser shall substantially Improve if such sale shall result, however, In a less
his holding within one year from date of
agreement, and shall from the end of
second year have under cultivation at all
times, not less than ten per cent of the
premises. To entitle him to Patent Grant
giving fee simple title, he shall continu
ously maintain his home upon the prem
ises for a term of six years, and have at
the end of such term 25 per cent of the
premises under bona fide cultivation, or
shall have maintained his home continu
ously upon the premises for four years,
and have under cultivation, at end of such
pnrliiJ, 50 per cent of the premises, such
milnt.iiuing of a home to begin at any
time before the end of fouili year from
date of Agreement.
He shall plant if not already growing
and maintain In god growing condition
from end of second year until termination
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
conditions shall be made with the Gov
ernment, and no assignment of Interest
under such agreement shall be made with
out tfie written consent of the Commls
slonei of Public Lands.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
august 1, 1900. l(J00-)t
Thu Iloaul of Health hns hail print
pil slip!) relative In tuberculosis mailo
for Infcfithm In tho front of tho hhir.k
report hook, for teporttng rontiiRl'iuii
nnd Infectious diseases, fuiulsheil tn
each doctor In tho Territory.
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 ort Street.
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