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TUB tiVMNINO HUl.l.tit INi HQNUl.UhU, II, l WI.DNH3UA.Y, JUQU51 3. lv,
If you want
amp inj i,imp
llottu rurnMiliiR (IimuU,
Silver rktii Ware, Cutlery,
Knives, Vle m4 II ikherV
ItubWr Hue. ctthrr pliln or wire
bomiJ, Wtniu or SKil rope. I .awn
Mo sen, 1 awn Sprinklers, lllRli-griss
Cutlers, Etc. Etc
Plnntntton Supplier or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels-Hink.
Hawaii Will Care
For the Missionaries
Lit' i mi I hr ilxi
MUX Ol All CIU'AW
.in J PUALINLS ....
FKKNCH BOSS, lite.
Our goods are made FUHSH
every day ami cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
BULLETIN OF, NEW
"From Kingdom to Colony"-By Mary
"The Rebel" By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
There wns n large attendance ut
.the meeting of the Woman's Iloar.1
of Mixtions In the parlora of Centi.tl
Unlim church jwMcrilay nftornnon. Af
ter illtcnrrlon. It ua decided to pre
pare nn cntcrlnlnnicnt for nny refuged
missionaries from China a may bo
pnisenRPrH In Ihe HonfOionR .Marti Sat
ttnlay, Information halng 1een re
cclved that oino nre comiTlR A com
mittee wns apiolntert to make the u,-.Geber"-By Kate A. Benton.
Tnncpinrnfa nprrBRarv or a flttlnir bo- . .. .. -
",, ,,Feo" By Max Pemberton.
CeTl.onia,llet votul a relief sum of $30 "The Green FlaK"-By Conan Doyle,
to usalst those mlwlonarlcs who may
ho In need of ready money. An appro
priation of tZZ for the jellef of tn fa
mine (thicken In India wits aiso made.
A paper 1.V Mn. Blsliop 011 the llfo
of the Ilev William Hlchnrris, one
of the early wleUcmnry workers In Ha
waii, w.ib read. Mln Talcott reported
on work among the Japanese of Hono
lulu. Mrs.. Dillingham Rne n brl"f
account of the rarlous missionary
meetings nttciuVil by her during her
jstny on the MalnUnd.
"D. Dlnkelsplel" -By Geo. V. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmwnod" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma-
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley.
Fine Job Printing at
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
NntlilhK Hal tH It IHkaI tH htt
A liltio IiIIihm whl. '
Amtilnsli MMxwnaof rirttHe , M
wrnle Temple. Tel. III.
A IMtmin Hlii hmiH m ihMm
by (' M Murphy Irn irnirt" lh MtM4
mile iiH twnTtl
1 lie NMHiMil dinner (if the lUr A
omHdllini will tttke pin re I'rlihi) rfti
lug.. tfii nolle mirier New Turin).
Uonrnlwa, pliotogiapher, U'lUiinli
hear Alapnl Is khlliu; away one lOxW
rrayoti portrait with 15 worth of pho
tos. The llnunll Hlilmpo Klin, the Japan
eso (bill) paprr. has muwO Its nlllco
to King street iirur ilrlilgc. Hoc nil tin
der New Today,
.Mrs. II II. Williams has rmnmetl her
lesnons In nrl embroidery nud will tako
pupils cery morning from 9.30 to
ll.no during ncntlon
The Hjmphony Mandolin nnd Oultar
Quartet has been engaged to phi) at
the eontert to take place al Wiilalua
Katurda evening the 11th.
In the Polka Court this loieiioott
I.co Chung nud Yong tSai were each I
lliipil (50 nnd costs on tho charge of
unlawful possession of opium.
Din It. Case, oHlctal stenographer,
jestcrday filed 237 t)pcwrlttcn pages
of crh.il testimony In the enso of Er
nest HoKim fl. Canadlan-Austrnllan
The Walaleale came In from Hana
maulu this morning. She reports ery
stormy weather. There were 11.000
bags of sugar left on Knual up to es
A Chinese lire man was put on thn
W. O. Hall Just beford tho departure of
that steamer for Kauai )esterday to
take the placo ot-sa.slck man There
was tioublo Immediately, the other
firemen refusing to work with a Chi
naman, so they were all put ashore and
Chinamen put In their plates.
Among the host of hard workers fnr
the Republican tally, none put In moro
tlmo or expended more hono, sinew and
elbow grease than popular "Jack" Mc
Veigh who scoured the town for wood
to hum nnd then had to stand gunrd to
pi event Its being carried nway piece
meal. Ho hnd a huge stock on ban J,
however, for Saturday night, nnd no
beacon 11 ro "of Wctory cer burned
more brightly to show political wan
dererH the Republican pathway.
Ui mPi fpB Jt Tt
In V ol intl Cflltan
ln Shoes (or Women at $1.50 and JJ2.00 and Oxfords at
Si. 50 to $2 50.
MINERNY SHOE STORE.
1 iv mil
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
Ducks, etc. ft
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
. . . All work guarant.
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 50a
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
?19 Fort Street.
MBXICAN8 IN AMERICA.
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By the last census, taken In 1895, the
population of Mexico was 12,578,000 Bv
the last census of Canada, taken In 1895,
Its population was 5,125,000. The'e are
thus more thar twice as many Inhabitants
11 vc a- In uunJa, and the facilities
11' t.'avel between Mexico and the United
States and Cinida and the United States
are equally good. But by the last census
there were t ,000,000 Canadians In the
United States and only 77,000 Mexicans, a
dlsiarliy sogieat as to require some ex
planation. Two thirds of all the Mexicans
In the United States are to be found with
in the State f Texas, and the other one-
third In the otlur lort-four states ard
territories of the country. By the last
census the whole number of Mexicans
resident In New York was returned as 31c,
of Missouri 130, of Illinois 143, and of
The most frequent explanation given for
the carclty ot Mexican residents In the
United States Is found In the differences
of climate. But this explanttlcn Is not
the true one, as Is shown by the figures In
Mississippi, a state whoe climate mtre
nearly, perhaps, than any other, w Ith the
exc-ptlon of Texa, resembles that of
Mexico; that there were only 31 Mexicans
In Mississippi returned bv the last census,
in Alabama 34 and in Arkansas 27. while
In the North Atlmtlc states there were
650 Another explanation of the lack of
Mexican emigration to this country Is
given in the unfamlllarity of its people
with the Unginge, but that view of the
cve Is rot well supported.
Baking : Shells
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LAMPS, DECORATED GLASS, HANGING and STAND
ING LAMPS. Our entire stock offered at a reduction of
;OBa.25 per cent. :
From Marked Prices.
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(Grand Yaadeillle Bill of
LATE OF TIE
Mdoo's Famous Georgia Min
strels. MISS FLORA BATSON,
.America's Double Voiced Queen of Song,
IBasso Soloist, Comedlanland Impersonator
HEN WISE-KATIE MILTON,
"King and Queen of Coondom"
LEON P. ROOKS,
America's Eminent Tenor and Character
Colored Australian Baritone,
'The Nubian Prince."
Classic Juggler, Zouave Driller.
Prince of Entertainers.
Singing and Sketch Team.
Seats now on sale at the Box Office,
j- Popular Prices. TO3
!otmiii1nnjiiitVi'r. E"Z carry
jl MAGIC : r.7way to
;hi.iimx).uhi-s euro a noaa-
2fjffttttfftfffJm 10 i,oU all UruftlU
Tbla llfo Is all a curious fray
Anil Borne who ow thcy'xo won It
Aro men who cry frankly say,
"I seen It" ami "I lono It."
The largest circulation in the islands ? The quality and flavor Is recog
nized as the bet, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
DHMOCRATK MU8T DIG.
ChlC.iRO July 2G. Candidates on the
democntlc county, eglsbtlve and sanitary
dUtrlct tickets are expeJed to contribute
f '.o.i so to thecampjlKn fund this fall.
The assessment llt has been mide out.
and In a short time each of the nominees
will know officially how much he Is ex
pected to turn over ti. ihe treasurer of the
country c-ntr.il committee. Accordinc to
a member of the democratic executive
committee, the R'oss assessments will be
prorated as follows:
Flwtinlury IruileM fsmtftch St5n
Five iuJcm. Sio.ch .... s0"
I lltncnunly commlsilnners. ljooch .... t.v-o
Sfnaior.inJ rtrfrcsmlitlvci itaa
Stt s Attorney jwo
' orore r yoa
ClrrK Circuit court ...... t,oua
Clirk.urerlor court tfxa
( ounly recorder tooa
County survey r .. . rjo
The nominees for sanlUry trustees ob
ject to paylns i5,ooo each. They think
J1.000 Is enough for each of them to put
Into the campaign fund, five years ago
each aspirant for nomination for sanitary
tms'ee was required to hand In hi) certi
fied check for 53,500 before he not the
coveted nomination. But this year the
certified checks were not required, and now
It Is a question w hether the nominee will
step up to the captain's office and settle
a cording to the price list made out by the
The candidates for congress and for the
s'ate board of equalization are supposed to
take care of themselves in their own dis
tricts, although there Is a disposition to
call on the nominees for the state board of
equalization, which Is supposed to have
enough perquisites attached to the office to
make it particularly alluring, contribute
something substantial to the general coun
ty campilgn funJ.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 centa per
Im BanoantratBtl Or
XE3 U UK Ut UlldM 0
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOW
LOSS OF COLOUR.
: by the Lrullaf Phjiideai
of eJI Countrle
wafae Ttt w Sm.
Dmx Ml Cou(iale.
Dtu mil UUtim At Tmm
Bm tclnii b4ck
le.eje elfoej wlHe.eJiilefl AM u.r lMit.la. aim
(hwlii Aruele Ml ee All CAratate aa4 Im.d.le
Wboleulei io. Roe LAfayette. Paaia.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
ANTS 1 5 cents a line one Insertion. 25
cents two Insertions, 30cents one week,
40 cents two weexs. ana 00 cents one
month. Thli Is the cheapest advertis
ing ever offered to the people of Honolulu.
TT FLTJ Gr&
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 Atats, Hall and Stair Cat pet 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.
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