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If you wunt .
llttalwift, Ltmhttv. Oliuwate.
ism varntrf, uirur'
'eM, I rcri J Limti
, CihwUf I
lluuif I'uritl.lilng (loiidft,
Silver PliteJ Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Krtlvts, Wade ,uij llutclitrO K.uom.
KtPtf tot. tthet pttin or wire
bound, MmIIi of Sltil rorr, Lawn
Moer, I iwn Sprinklers, Hlgh-grats
Oilier, HU. Etc
PI n it lathi it Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort SU arseiUe Spreck-fliSHank.
! ilipinos Murder
American Troops BULLETIN 0F NEW
DELICIOUS I LOCAL AND QENIiftAI
(J Inn uivl M.irn ihd
C.linCnl Ml-. CIM-.AM
atM I'ltAI.INhS ....
FKIiNCH UOSS, lite.
Our goods are made FRIiSII
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. Oswald Lutted,
MANILA, July aO.-At Oroquleta, '.a
Northern MlnJinis, two soldiers entered a
mil ve stare tar Ih; purpose of tuylnfifooj.
While there oiy ot there was Killed with
a bold and hit held teveteJ from his body.
The ntlie esc tffd and give the alarm.
A compiny f the Fortieth Infantry sta
tioned at Cigxyin ttfaliei to Oroquleta
and Wiled eiEfctynine natives, thirty
eight of there being In a single house.
Subsequently the sunboal Ctllao, com
manied by l.leulemnt George 11. Ilrad
sha,w, shelled Oroquleta, burning the
warehouse. One ol tfce crew was killed.
A force of the ettir.v estimated to num
ber 5so, under the teidenhlp of Alvarez,
formerly the tnvjgenl President ol Yar
branga. Is iwvr .errlitently troubling
A marine at th- cutf-osl of Isabella De
bastion wit Y.lsed br Mtlves and so
badly wounded tkal healed. Isabella Is
Chan. lloUtf-lo. XmO man In the mu
sic U?partm.Tii ? thv Hawaiian News
Co., ivturnn) Innn Jl-wa)J In the Kl
Jian Saturday. Ttln )i tfc first rnca
tlon Mr. Hol.Moiu luw, Juiil Jor a uum
icr f jcars.
"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-
"A Manifest Uestlny"-By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley.
II li lhH nrrHwl from Knwsl
' Kim. Mr
J It llahnlkr trf l.thw, ItaMl, nr
iti.,1 ih 1 h w. a. iinii mtwtay.
Anwtmii MtMngtr BmUo , Ma
onlr TfMiIc. Tel. III.
t. I). No. 2191 parable to C. K.
Hmllh linn lit-rli tntt. fit lot mlntuti
o niwfn .
Mm. Jan. Itmlil rxtends tier tttn-ik
to her many friends In n card of
thanks. 8eo New Toilny.
The W. (1. Hall sails for Nnwlllwlll.
Knlnn, Hleelo ntnl Hniiniiiaulu nt 5
o'clock tomorrow nftcriionn .
I'tirtiltiire fur n four room cnttngo.
nlsn n Inillrn lilrjcle for nlc rh?.ip.
Kf Tiir Halo roliitnn on i,ip S.
TI10 npcrlnl mci-tltiR of the Mniina
li'l Hiisar Cii'i BtiM'kluiMora la p').t
IHiniil to Aii(t. 13. 8cc New Today.
(lonnnlvca, photographer, llcrelnnla
near Alnpnl Is ellng nwny ono lCxQ
crayon portrait with $." worth of pho
rrenh butter will ho received on tho
Australia by (tuerrero & Hoke, i;ro
eera, Miller strct nljine Mcthoiltst
(Irailunlly l'rod Paul la KcttltiK his
plnro In Knlllil Ilxtd up In II1.0 tyl'.
He linn nltemly Inntnllrd n lot ot
chickens nml ducks nml Is now busily
employed gcltlnK Ills little villi Into
shape. Although he Is not yet ipilto
ready for business, there were n largo
number of people out. A Dili luncheon
wna served nml people enjoyed very
much resting In the cool cement floor
I 1 (
In VI and Cotton
TT In Shoes for Women at
Si. 50 to S250.
$1.50 and $2.00 and Oxfords nt
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
8UIT. .McCANOLEHH' TOUH.
Wnlluku, Aug. I. Superintendent of
Public Works J. A. MtCniidlrai and hln
iisslstnnt, W. V.. .Howell. hne both
been In Walluku this week. Ihey got
hero last Wednesday morning per
Clnuillnc and after making llylng lslts
uiotind Walluku, they left again the
satuo day for the Ilium district which
very much needed their presence. Yes
terday both Mr. McCnndlcsH nml Mr
Howell returned from Ilium per Claud
Inn and passed through Wnlluku nwr
liuid en route for Lahalna to look niter
tho pioposed system of water works
for that hamlet.
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantMd.
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box sgo
NOW ES THE TIME TO BUY.
Deputy Sheriff Klor; RcMldnH.
Wulluku, Aug. t. Win. II. King,
who tins been deputy sheriff of Mnkn-
wao for many yeais past, has tcndeied
his resignation to take effect Immedi
ately to Sheriff I-. M. llalduln. Mr.
King Intends to follow his trade ns
a carpenter and wheelwright, and ho
will open tho shop of his late father,
J no. I.. King, on Main street, Wnlluku.
Mr. King has been n very elllclent nml
wideawake official on the sheriff's stnlf
and tho latter Is very sorry to lose his
services.. No ono has yet been an
nounced as his successor.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
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flLlC LiHDS NOTICE.
OLAA TRACT, PUNA, HAWAII.
of Agreement, an average of not less than
ten timber, thade or fruit trees per acre.
He shall allow the Agents of the Gov
eminent at all times to enter and examine
the premises, and shall pay taxes that
1 may become due on the same.
I At the end of tenth year, or earlier If all
On riiursdiv. Sentemher ioth. at the conditions necessary thereto have been
office of E. D. Baldwla. Hllo, Hawaii, substantially complied with, the purchaser
-will be said at Public Auction about 200 fha,J be en,ltleJ ,0 a LanJ Patent convey
lots of 50 acres eaih, at upset prices of " '" "P" l"'c ' ",c lanu """iDea
from li.caloSiz.cn per acre an following In Agreement of Sale,
terms and cowdltlvMis: ' ' In se of default or failure to perform
Purchaser may oat acquire more than the re1u:reJ conditions, the Commissioner
, i, may talte posseislon of the premises and
The purchase price of the land to be may ll the same at auction, either as a
paid within ten years, either In full at any whole or In parcels, for cash or terms of
time within said period af ten years, or In tlme Wments; and If such sale results In
Installments of ine or more tenths of the "Jvance on the original price, the original
purchase price In any Interest date. purchaser to receive therelrom the amount
Interest at rate of 6pe: cent per annum of hls Pay'"tnts to the Government on
from date of Agreement on unpaid balance account of Purchase, without Interest, and
of purchase price, payable semi-annually, a Pro rata 5 lare ln sucl' advance In pro-
hi advance. portion to the amounts of his payments.
Purchaser shall substantially Improve "such sale shall result, however, In a less
Ills holding wltWn one year from date of Price than the original, the amount returned
aereemenl. and shall from the end 0f . to him shall be charged with a prorata
second year have uncfer cultivation at all
Following wero tho results of thy
races nt Kaplolnnl Park Saturday af
Klrst race (harness)
Lustre, C. II. Judd's .Mongoose, I.iury
Dec's Octoroon nml Harry Armltngo's
Illlly. Won by l.ustre In 2:37",4. Oc
toroon second mid Hilly third. I.tu
tro led the whole wny round.
Second rare (running), threo fur
longs J. A. Nunes's Mniiiilele and
Irfiily M. for purse of $100. Manulvle
won by about a length In ..19.
One containing fancy
From 25 cents up. We are now having a
spfjal sale of these goods, bee what a
Deauty you can purchase for 50 cents.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCIIANGH
Honolulu, August (, 1000.
NAME or STOCK
C. Urewff k Company
Amtrlcin Sugtr Co.
Ewi Pl,nl,tlttn Cn
r?i t? DIJ
- -r , -I
Knm Suear Cu.,rJ up
Maunatfl SuK,r Co,a,
Mjunilel Su Co r4 up
THE OTIIEK IS OUR
And numerous other useful household articles. Everything Is In sight. Any person
Clius. Itclllna's give the coirect number of articles displayed In this window will receive one of our
iiaiiuMJin? uuiur jjiuiuicrcs.
THIS WINDOW will remain Inta.t for the week ending August 7II1.
The correct number will be announced Wednesday morning, August 8th, at 9 a.m.
when th: good will b: taken out and counted.
Prrswtcan rei'ilr tvlr ciunt t our other, of ni lh time up to , p. m, August Tth, andean
hive tn prlvilie of wlinei alng ih, count, commrnclne at 8 a. m., WeJnttJay, Aueutt 8U1.
W. W. Diinond & Co., Ltd
A rompromlse between the attorneys
for tho Hunan minstrel people and the
C.-A. S. S. Co. has been effected. 'I bo
latter will pay 11. ",600 to the lloan
peoplo nnd nil the remaining Milts re
to bo discontinued. This little Iriuin
netlon will now lestilt In a lesumptUm
of business nt thlh port by the steam
ers of the C.-A. S. S. Co. I
New Lfilmlnn tSlock,
The largest circulation in the islands ? The quality and flavor is reco-
Wnlluku, auk. 4. sheriff iiaMwin' nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand,
now Htmo liiiUilliiKa nt l.nhuina. Maul, For sale at every retail store, or by
wore cnmplelPil thU wrek, nml tlio now 1-I M A TWT OMAO
rnnniii linvo nil tieocn occupied. Tho IiY.iViA.lN DlvOj
bulliline Ift on Mn!n streot and In jl very
P.ood locality for busluctss. EXClUSIVC AgCnt6.
Kona SucrCo . u
uanu stiPtt 1.0 ,
OolulaSuzir Plan Co
OlaaSu. Co., LU . ait
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suicar Mill. .
Pal Plantation Co
Pepwkeo Sugar Co
Plonttr Mill Co .
Walalua Apr. Co.. al
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sueir Co
Walmca Mltl Co
Wilier Sleamthln Cn
Inter-Man J Steam N Co
iwi in Ktrf Co
Han. Panll T.A Lani Ca
non, Mcatn Launary, .
Kona-KiU I. SI LO.LIJ
Mutual Tttephnne Co
Makatia " L4 pi up J
Oahu Hy & Lani Co
People's 'ce cV H'Vg Co
IfawallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian (iov jprrctnt
Hilo R R.Co 6rrrrnt
twa Planiat'n 6 percent
Kahukti Plant 6 percent)
Oahu K & LanJ Co pr c,
1 50,0 JO
Hawaiian AcrkulturalCn i.ucn.om im
Hawaiian 1 om k u 1-0,
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co :
Kamalo Sug Co Lti a
R,amaio3ug v-o, pa up
Klhef P.Co.LtJ .pi up
Kit ahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
1 ,6 y,ooo
Sales-fo Ewa, 26.50; 50 Olaa. a
52.'o; 25 Olaa, a., $2.50; 200 Olaa, a.,
52.50; ij Olaa. a., 52.50; 50 Olaa, a., 52.50;
100 Olaa, a , 52. 50.
?. V July 27. There are now three
ships posted as missing on the Merchants'
Exclnng blackboard. The Louise 23s
days out from fampa, for Yokohama and
00 per cent Is being paid to reinsure her.
The Nlth Is lot days out from Tampa for
Sydney, N. S. VV and 40 percent is being;
paid on Iter, while the Vtehnopej now out
70 days from Panama for San Hranclsco,
only pays 5 per cent.
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
times, not less than ten per cent of the
premises. To entitle him to Patent Grant
Riving fee simple title, he shall continu
ously1 maintain His home upon the prem
ises far a term tf six years, and have at
theenlof such terra 25 per cent of the
premises under bona Ade cultivation, or
shall have maintained his home continu
ously upon the premises for four years,
and have under cutlU atlon. at end of such
pnrlod, so per ceat of the premises, such
maintaining of a home to begin at any
time before the end of fou'lli yejr from
date if Agreement.
He shall plant If not already growing
and imlntaln n g"od growing condition
from cnJ of second year until termliation
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 the written consent of the Commit
slonei of Public Lands.
J. P. BROWN,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
August 1, lyoo. iGoo-3t
.iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiir. Jj21 to carry
5 WAMEKS 5 ocho
viiiliiiuumiii, 10 .,, ull .iruleHri.t.
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 Tapestrv, 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.