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iiVUMND liUUiniNi HONOLULU,
li, ililSbAV, AlJUUSl" ?. .g.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co , Ltd.
1 M POKTI5NH OK
Horses, Mules, Cows oiHall kinds of Live Stock. A fine line now
on hand at Popular Prices. New and second-hand I5uies, Dc,
livery Wugoi., Express Wagons, &c.
W. H. RICH, li'C8.
WAIJHllh'H AT HIIAMillAI.
Hhanglial. July 10 Ailiiilrnl HJ
Intmr hait nrrltrd lirre mul linn been i
In rtitmitlntlim with thi llrtiiuli t'tiu
mil regarding tlu' situation. It Is re
IHirlnl that llin British battleship On
turlun mul Ilic crulforn Undaunted nnd
Dido tiro nt Wusting. Tlin follow Ins
warship nro here:
British Dnphne. Alacrity, llnnt anil
Japanese Tnknn nml Aknitl.
11 lit reported tli nt I.I Hunt! Chang
intends to lenvo for Kuril ill, from
which point he coiilil cnslly go to Nan
king or Peking oxerlnnd. Should the
southern Viceroys yield to nntl-foret jn
Influence there will ho n severe strut?
file. The Ynng-tse-Klnng Is helm,
strongly fortlflfil lth the newest guns
manned by Oerman drilled nrtlllctv
mcn. Kino Job Printing at
Jas; F. Morgan
ll 88 Queen Street
On Wednesday, August 8,
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.,
At mv salesroom, n Queen street, I will
sell at Publ c Auction, a large assortment
of Furniture. Bedstead', Bureaus, Wash
stands, upholstered and plain chairs, hall
lamps, tugs, kitchen utensils, dishes, pil
lows, nets, ice box, meat safe, stoves, etc.
On FRIDAY. August 10, 1900,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the premljes, Emma street, near School
1 will sell at Public Auction by order of
the Board of Education, the two-story
building formerly occupied as the Royal
School, together with all the windows,
doors and trimmings.
The first story is of coral, and the see
on J W0)d.
Terms cash. Buildings to be removed
In fifteen days.
To Whom It Way Concern.
The firm of Herbert & Uumphrls was
dissolved on July 31st by mutual con
aent. All persons Indebted to said
Arm of Herbert & Humpbrls are re
quested to settle with as little delay
On and after August 1st, 1900, thilr
successors Drs. Herbert, Uumphrls and
Walters will carry on the practice.
All claims against tho old linn
should bo presented at once for settle
ment to the undersigned.
DRS. HEHBKHT, HUMl'lIIUS AND
Honolulu, August 1, 1900.
Owing to tho nbqve change tho olllco
hours will be as follows:
Offlco hours: I)r Uumphrls nbsent.
Dr. Geo. Herbert, 9 to 12 a, m. Dr. Ht.
D. O. Walters, 1 to 3 p. m.
Evenings, 7 to 8 Dr. Herbert Mon
day, Wednesday and Frldny; Dr. Wal
ters Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
and Easy Mark
To he buncoed three days In sue
(csslun does not fall to the lot of 'lie
in crane mortal, but there Is nil Immi
grant In New York city who hns Iml
such nil experience. He glws his linmo
n Uircnz Nailler mid ins Home ns iin.1.1
The troubles of the young foreigner,
for ho Is only 28 years old, begnn the
very llrst night he wns nsbore. He hud
landed that day from the Kalscrln Ma
ria Theressa, from Bremen, having In
his possession $55, half of which wns
In American money mid half In Aus
trlan currency. He left the barge otllce
nt 8: 15 o'clock, mid lind gone only a
short way when ho was accosted by-
two young men, who asked III in If V
was looking for anybody. Nndler wns
nut familiar with English, but. guess
ing tho meaning of tho question, gave
them a letter addressed to K. Kox, n
plumber, of 331 llleecker stieet. The
letter of Introduction had been given
to lit n In Budapest by nn uncle of Mr,
Kox, who had also cautioned Uorenz
to seek Ills nephew ns soon as possible
and have his money put In a raff place.
The young men told him to go with
them to n neighboring saloon mul get
his money changed Into the currency
of this country. They told him, fur
ther, Hint ho would fnro badly If he
wero found with any foreign money on
him. It appears that young N'adlcr had
changed $35 Into American bills on the
other side. Ho gave his companions
the remaining $20 In Austrian money
and they went to the saloon. Onco In
side, Nadlcr found himself alone. He
waited until tho place was dosed up
for the return of tho money-changers,
but they did not come.
Next morning ho started cut anew
to llnd the plumber. He was walking
along Bleecker street when Bomc nno
In front of him dropped a pocket book.
He ran forward, picked up the pocket
book and was about to return It to Its
owner when a stranger from behind
caught him by the arm and said In
"Don't let the fellow know. It might
have some money In It. We'll open tho
purse and divide tho contents."
With the prospect of immediate
wealth before him. Nndter forgot his
grief of the night before and begnn to
believe that America, nfter nil, was
'the land of promise. Thn purse wns
opciud, mid within was found n crisp
one hundred dollar hill, ,Tlie sight of
,!., flr..ia nhnmiiul tit,. it'na nf NTn.11, if
"'" l.fc,.liVO VMM, M.VM ...V ,JlO U. ...... IV ..
"One hundred dollars," ho said to
his comrade. "That Is Just what I had ,
In Budapest beforo I bought my tlcktt
for this country."
"All right," said tho other,"; "Ict'n
dlvldo It between us. You givo me $50
mid you can keep tho hundred dollar
Nadlcr had only
,r ...1.I..1. i.a
promptly showed to his partner In for-
tune, who said:
All ngni; yon nnvo an nunesi tuce.
(live me the $35 and I will trust you
for tho (IS. Just give mo your address
and I will call for tho money any time
So the Immigrant gavo him tho ad
dress ot Mr. Kox nnd went his way
with a light heart. Now, Lorenz Natt
ier had never rend of tho Civil War or
the opening flro upon Fort Sumter or
tho flight of Jefferson aDvis. Neither
had ho heard of n certain kind ot paper
money which was iBsuetl In great
quantities, ami which now appears oc
casionally as un object uf historic in
terest. It was not until ho reached J
tho shop of tho plumber that ho learn
ed his first lesson tin the War of tho
Rebellion. Ho then knew that ho had '
In his hand a Confederate bill, No.
127,770, of the vlntago of April C, 1SC.1.
Ho had no other money, and, out cf
pity, Mr. Foz kept him over night at
his own house. But young Nadlrr
could not permit another day to go by
without gaining further acquaintance
with American manners. Accordingly
he started out next morning by selling
his watchchaln. It was a solid cold
chain, for which he had paid 50 In the
....... n.u-I.,.. ..... u.
good old country. The dealer gave him
$15. By some misunderstanding, Nnd
ler thought that he had three $15 bills,
and did not learn his mUtako until ho
had forgotten the place where he hud
Isold his jewelry.
The young Hungarian now wants to
return to Budapest. Ho has a wife
1 and baby there, and earns $30 a week,
ho says, as a gralner. On one condi
tion only will he stay longer In Amerl
'tn, and that Is the finding ot his aula.
Katharlna Rauscher of 159
strict. But bo far Nndler has not
been nblo to find her. He gave thn
Inst $15 ho had to Mr. Fox to securo
himself ngalnst further Iobs, and In
case he docs not find Aunt Katharlna
he Is going to apply to tho ConiniiB
Blotters of Immigration
homo to Budapest.
to bend lilm
Some of the qualities of the Tribune
wheel nre blue color, perfection of
I parts, lightness, strength, durability
J and speed.
I tr a Jiltlonil Shift" h uvtnth Met.
Weather Bureau, I'unnhiiu. Augutt
Tcinpcintiire Morning minimum,'
, Mlday maximum, kri,
Barometer nt 0 n. m. 2.'jC. Steady.
Dew IHiInt 8I
Humidity nt ! n. in. CI per cent.
Diamond Hend Hlgnnl Station, A'l
gust 7. Weather hniyj wind high
Monday, August 6,
Am. bk. S. G. WllJer, Jackson, from
TusJay, August 7.
Stmt Noeau, Wyman. from Kukulliaele;
4214 bags sugar
Stmr Kaiia1, Bruhn, fro 11 I'unaluu, Kau;
7:00 bags sugar for C. Brewer & Co.
Monday, August 6.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molok.il, La-
nal and Molokal,
Stmr M kaha a. Pedersen. for Mzkawel
Stmr Kcauhou, Mosher. for Walmea.
Stmr Nllhau. Thompson, for Anahola.
Stmr iCInau, Clarke, for Hilo and way
TO 8A1L THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
and Hawaii ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr VV. G. Hall, Thompson, for Ka'
ua 1. at . d. m.
O. & O. S. S. Australia. Lawless, for
San Francisco at i r. m.
stmr James Maxee, luiieu, tor Kapaa
Gas schr Surprise, Townsend, for Lnha'
Ina, Maalaea, Klhel and Kona ports at 5
For llllo and way potts, per stmr. Kl
nau, Aug. 7.- Ellen Holt, Hairy Holt, Mrs.
Wm. Can III. Judee A. N. Kenolka and
wife, Mrs. M.N. Spencer and 3 children,
K. N. r-rlck and wile, Mr. Bowden, w.
II. Uawthra and u lie. J. u. Holt. Ur. b
Kojima, Mrs. T. Kojlma and child, Ttm
Dow, O. Asagawa, John Campbell. J. K
Kaulla, F. J. Church, E. H. Bell, Samuel
Paiker, Miss Lottie Castle, Judge and
Mrs. VV. F. Frear, A. H. R. Vlerra, D.
Kalauokalani. Rev. D. S. Hookano and
chllJ, W. Motoshlfe, Rev. W. Ault, Mrs.
(J. navselden. Miss U. Havselden. K. w.
Wilcox, wife and 3 children. Rev. S.
Kanja. Mrs. j a. u sen. u. a. u sen
and children, E. E. Bartell, H. Loughton,
1-ben Low, Mr. ,Dearoon, O. T. Sewall,
OiDt. W. D. Bumham. D. B. Maconachle.
Mr. Walsh, R. Wallace, Andrew Moore,
Mrs. Eben Low. Mrs. S. B. Dole. W. A.
Wall, J. II. Mackenzie, Mrs. F. J. Cross,
MIssC. DeCew, P. Olirt M. II. Flint,
Mrs. R. A. Abu D. K. line and wile.
DEWEY ARE EXPECTING
Washington, July 2C. Admiral and
Mm. Dewey have returned to Bcauvolr,
1 thrlr country homo near the capital,
nnd kobsIp Is busy with the reasons for
tho abandonment of Narragansctt,
'where It was supposed they were to
I spend the henson.
I Before the Deweys went to Nurrn-
gansctt Mrs. Dewey was reported In
bad health, which prevented her parti
cipating In various social incidents.
It was reported that she had Improved
" " "',,l,ll In Unramnmll nml tlio linnvv.
comng wag n Burr,se, ToiIay Wnsh.
, nRton goclety wns mlay wlth u gtory ot
the expected visit of. tho stork to tho
i Of course the story enmo out In tho
.usual way a visit to Mrs. Dewey a.id
I., ,1 .s. i.ii'...Ll,
I tho finding of her busily engaged In
examining fine bits of lace, little gar
ments nnd doll clothes. A friend
smiled and nsked If Mrs. Dewey wus
fond of dolls, whereupon, tho story
goes, tho secret wns out. It wns
whispered In society nt first, matrons
told It behind their fans to others at
teas nnd parties, nnd It became nolned TUB HALMolML.Youngstieet, town siJe;superlcr
, , ,, , . . , .. . . board and rooms; newly turnUhed, terms moder
nbout quietly In the odklal family In ate Telephone & iMi.m
COOPEIt In Honolulu, Aug.' 7, 1900
to tho wife of Dr. C.
II. Cooper, If
HUMPHREYS-In Honolulu. Aug.
7. 1900. to the wife of A. S. Humph-
reys, a daughter.
Secretary Charles Wilcox ot the
Board of Health has been presented iy
Dr. Garvin, executive officer, with a
fresh batch of bills ot plague. The sec
retary calls It a plague of bills and
soya the batch will absorb ull of the
$20,000 left In the plague fund.
Often does double duty The contor
tionist BY AUTHORITY
Is hereby given that W. H. LITTLE,
ESQ., was this 7th day of August. A. D.
19:0, appointed Notary Public for the
Fourth Judicial Circuit of the Territory
EDMUND P. DOLE,
At'orney Gentral's Office, Honolulu,
Aug. 7, 1000,
' iViViViViViiViVirV Cure
;I NAGIC : headaohes
l WAFERS 3: dressing.
ivWWWWWlT M canta .11 dragjUta.
W. S. WITHEKS. Mftr
All. In 111 fit"' WW M Itutiu n
1 nun a Iml 1 laixliMf l it'll lm
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aai to ttmll Ml MMII, F hi ll It! fflfll ."
mix ewf ,' I ieW I l HntltX:
The Fort Employment
tit KINO STKEr.T,
Next door to Bailey's Cyclery.
For the last two months has had a
Block Lint. We request that em plovers
report to this otlice any complaint against
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WANTEI-A WHITE WOMAN lor fm.klnr ml
Kin.rll houicwofk In a tm.ll limlly. Affly
to Mil Hiniiy. PflicnU M. io)l
VANTbD-riWSTCLSSCHVESE COOK to
vv cook t m 10 r ion. Ilv or SIxDolirito
Kood man. CHfomli Hou, Emmi Si i6o,wi
IXANTED-AMthl InrtlllnfM YOU O MAN In
vv Jrht dtllvtfv w.ei.n la m.k. hlmwll cintrilly
uful In plici Mult know Iht lown well. I're-
irr.nc. Kivinio in isianj roy naji.B j. ,, . ui
P.UUUCRS WANTED lirmtJI.ltly. Ar?y 3tt.
Net'. Jr.. Denlanla Si., near Punchbowl bt.
ANTCU-AN 8x10 CAMLRA.
IIll OITlCf .
4XANTID-WATCHES to reratr by iilit il
V ytarifXrcrl.net. G. DlblZ, 411 NuuinuSt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot
ton Raga.Aprr'y Uulletln Office. ljf-ll
EXPERIENCED tEWlNCi GIRLS In dretimaklnE
depanmmt. Whitney & Marin. 1 366
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Uyiteri tervtd n tnt men onw iry nil
famous Ham and Ik? Sandwlchea and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Htttl iirteti. DICK DALY, Proprietor,
I OST-A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
- will receive a liberal reward at thlt office. 1
PR SALE rurnlturt for a 4-room (Ottlte and
a lady'a blciclt for eale cheao, Aorly Punch
bowl street, flrsl hnute makat uf Vineyard ,A-,w
FR SALE-I1IRDS THAT TALK. Niw on view
and tor sale, a doien fine younc Ceittrat Amer
ican parrots. Cuthman and Nets n, Nuuanu, two
doors iromcnooi i iooqwi
PR SALC-A DAY ROAD MARE: will race or
trot; viltab'e for 'phaeton or surrey: reliable
anj saie lor laay 10 arive. Apply 10 t m
FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS, llobron Street, Kapa
bulu, Walklkl, f.oo each Jtfls, tot Kin; St.
TWENTY-EIGHT first-class California mules,
Apply to Emmetl May, Judd Illdg. ijoimi
Lots soxtui In Nuuanu tract I down
1 f 10 per month,
J. H Schnick, taj
NEW Rimlnston Typewriter Cheap.
' Manufaclurers Snot Co., Fort street.
PR SALE-TWO brand ntw skiffs. Apply S. P.
Petersen, rear of Government yard, corner AU
kea and Allen sts. opposilt Tlshmarket. P.O. U tao
FIR SALE-Tsmi, corner Prospect and llackfeld
streets; nice home, good view, small house: cheap;
mus be seen to be appreciated, Afply to Gear,
Lansing & Co . Jodd building. n8vtf
PR SALE-A JERSEY DULL so months old from
best strain of W. (I. Irwin's Imported Jerseys
also one young grade Holstein Jersey cow In calf
by Leahl Dairy Stock. Inquire of J. EMMELUTH.
tat King street. MJOtf
I OTS OF LOTS-Alto HOUSES AND LOTS
S-. For Sale, For Kent, For Lease
Honolulu, II. t.
eoo Merchant St.
FOR SALE Tijoo Ltasa of tstory business
property on Fort street ts ytars to run. Ground
Rant $80 ptr annuo. A bargain. Apply to
too Merchant street.
cor SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
. opposite w 11. uee. esq. inquire 01 u. c.
BBnotlt. L. H. Dee. Ein.
LOT In best portion of Kallhl
no. no ton street.
LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
ByJ.M. VIVAS. jita
FOR EXCHANGE-A nlct lot In Oakland, Cat . for
sugar slocks. Apply to Emmetl May, Judd Dldg.
KJOTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Eapress Co
IN has white sand 1 or sale. mm
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states thai he la still In the
rock and earth business although ha has sola fits
interest In the ballast business.
Office: uethel street In H.
R, Hitchcock' law
OFFICES FOR RENT In the Elite building Aprly
Jas, Stel er. AJam Lane. ,$gtmt
G. Schuman'a. Merchant St..
between Fort and
TOLET4 Nicely Furnished Rooms and i nicely
lutmsued 1 room collage, I room wnn use or
nl.nn l.nlu ,a M.. ,' , 11,..... H.a Um, C
corner Punchbowl Telephone 66. ' ii-tl '
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private faml y
' LTb! tt'o.Vo,. VS2tii? J&
, corner Magailna St ,
desirable home ol 6 rooms: rath. kTtchtn. ser
vants ou.tteril pood view, pnna .1, nlr. vrnund.
For lurther particulars apply to Gear, Lansing fie Co.,
Judd Building. iiBt.tf
rrtt: premises ol Mrs. A. Kosa. on King St., near
1 Walklkl switch, unfurnished; possession at once:
tow terms. Apply to John F. Col bum. t-tf
Apply to J. M. Monsarrat,
r No. to Merchant street
, TO let-cottage on Pauoa Road at present
'. CPW '-T.H. Gibson. Apply to
TO LET Tbt residence ol John En at Walklkl,
1 luratshed or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, bam and stables. To ttl as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
al I. I. S. N. Co.'t ogee. Quein ttrttt. 1464-tl
Lodge Le Progrea de l'Oceanie, No. 124
A &A.S. RITE.
1 nere Will tie a swclal meet ni? nf I .ruler
,Le Prpgres de L'Oceanie. No. 124, A. &
A. S R.. at Its hall. Masonic Temple,
THIS (TUESDAY1 t-VENING.-attio
WORK IN FIKST DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodce Nn 822 and nil snlrmrnlnir
""""en are coruiauy invnea 10 De present.
By order of the W.M.
t. H. 1-KlbL,,
Clara So that Ootrox girl didn't
succeed In capturing a lord, nfter all?
Maude No; but Bhe married a ba
ron, and they say be gets as drunk as a
ACETYBNE GAS : LAMPS.
All tlie.e thlnns mi J lots more Intacsth hjm. fit the
Bicycle Department of :::::: :
E. 0. HALL & SON. Ltd,
FIRE and BURGLAR proof SAFES
Lone years of experience and expcrfmvrt to jn&.KxS
in this safe something neat to perfection I . .
THE CHINA TOWN FIRE . . ,
was a severe test of all thef,,opcf'qv'.tiiri.virf''aifij.jafes
They were pronounced by experts tit'ot ixiflvv cwiiUtiorn
of any, that went through tin ftre
FOR SALE at a
FOR CASH at
THE I. X. L.
S. W. LEDERER., Propp..
Beretanla St ., - - near- Fitrr Station t.
llli - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
METTiOrOLlTAN MEAT W
By last Australia
we received a large shipment of llsc-j JXKilniv.'iJeries3j:
all over Lace; all over Ernbro'tJltdi:); Titcivsjju acn
prising many new novelties.
call attention that we received a corEcceat'
WE beg to
new line of
which will be placed on sale at I jjl &&&'
Popular Prices lkiii'r
Just Received Another Shipment cfucSc
Ladies' STRAW SAILOR SATS
Ifin Ladies's Lislie Vests (whiteregofer oedcs.
1 JJ quality at sale now at 25 cents-
LADIES WRAPPERS art. St Special
Pacific Import Co.
Fort St. Progress Bloc
5r$S r5.oe rtrx M cr
50.oo, ?.5a), j?.o.uj SJJ'w- F
-Next tr Built tn WZae
Real Estate Broieis
andColiete - -
:: m Al Party a? Je Mj :s
2 acres t.-ttolanc', toiei.
17 acres fruit faxi, Ha vrA? .
House and Ltv v.liiu litjing,
Lot looxitc, rillh,rA Uiradx.
35 year lean:, tc oLtaiv- "tfstrJ,,u
' House arkl Lot tn'tiiipid -Hilt, Ksra
hulu road. I
Choice h'a, Kiji-hiib Jill tiWanIi
Corner Vth.3 :ni I:Sli?3:nrctx
"i;;l MPt WaHltlH