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TUB HVBNINO hUUUTINi HONOlUIUi Hiln THUttSbAY,
If you want
.iil Virnlili.,. I'ltrn.
UjJfri UunJelleri, Limps nnj Limp
limuc PtirulslililK IimkIs,
Silver Plitei W.ire. Cutlery, t'ocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Harors.
Rubber Hte. either pliln or wire
bound, M111II.1 or Sls.il rope, Lawn
Mo.ver, Lawn .Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
on i on ii. in1
Fort St., opposite SpreckelsjHink,
THE ICE MAN
Ceyli ii m 1 Mar i nbo
nml I'KAI.INI-.S ....
FRENCH BOSS, Ktc.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
J. Oswald Lutted,
.Who lias to work all day and night,
And work like fun with nil his mlsht,
"When his machine's In a bad plight.
To get the blamed thing running right?
Well, that's the Ico man.
Who, when he wants to take a rest,
Ne'er takes (he time to get nndrcssoJ,
But stretches out on a cool chest
.Ami dreams he's dwelling with the
Well.'thafs the Ico man.
"Who's counted as a common thief,
Of nil monopolists tho chief,
.Whose word Is far beneath belief,
'Who from contempt gets no rillef?
The Ice man.
"Who catches nil down hero below,
And gets It hot, and never slow,
From every source the winds do blow,
And never gets an earthly show?
The Ice man.
When Peter opens heaven's gate,
A crowd of sinners will have to wait.
While 1'etcr bows his halo'd pate,
To one who's passing through In
And that wilt be the lec man.
"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 Hlll"-By John Ken-
"A Manifest Uestlny"-By Julia Ma
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Mary Cholmondley,
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Honolulu CntnlnntnlMy. No, t. K T..
i Nothing "I'lnl to It. Ilqual to what?
A blue Trllinno fclierl.
Tlir W. II. Tiithnl U rtlitcharKlnn ftt
Hip 1'anifl, Mall wharf.
1 h - .tames Make thotild tii lis frwl
I Kmml tomomw mornllic.
AmrrlMii Mfswiigor Hervlco , Ma
sonic Temple. Tel. 4M.
A. 1. Jinld returned from Knual In
the Mlkahala this mornlngn.
Sdney C. Turner was naturalized
Ik fori Jndgo IMee yesterday.
Tho i:mlly 1. Whitney Is discharging
her rnrgo nt the Oeennle wharf .
The Mnuna t.on 111 bo In from Maul
nud Hawaii ports early In tho mornlnir,
Hall ft Rons "Hearty Mixed Taints"
bent them alt for housework. Seo nd In
A notice to worklngmen In regnrd lo
tho celegratlon of Labor Way nppeara
on page 8 today.
Notlco'of the election of onlcers of
the Club Stnlites Co., Ltd., appears un
der New Today.
Tho Mlkabala reports as follow.
Sugar nt Kapna, "COO bags', Koloa,
30UO nnrt Kekaha 2000.
No more becoming color could have
been selected to ndorn tho Tribune
than robin's egg blue.
Seated tenders for tho construction
of toilet building and lnvntory is
wanted. See By Authority.
It was tho "Hnwallnn," not tho
"Oahu" Cemetery Association whhh
met and elected onlcers yesterday.
An executive meeting of the Queen's
hospital trustees wai held this morn
ing. Itoutlno business was transacted.
Miss Liblbo Kauai died at Wnlmiu
last week. There were four other deaths
on the Island of Kauai on the same day.
Gonsalves, photographer, Tlcrotanla
near Alapal Is giving nway one 16x20
crayon portrait with 15 worth of pho
Tho second team of tho pollco fone
and tho corresponding team of Co. P
will shoot nt Iwllel butts on Saturday,
Tho eighth assessment of 10 on tho
stock of tho Mcllryde Sugar Co. be
comes delinquent Aug. 15. Sec nd un
der New Today.
Tho case of W. W. Ahana, charged
with violating Hoard of Health regu
lations, will come up In tho Police
Court this nftcrnoon.
Tho Fanny Adcle, tho new vessel of
tho Inter-Island Company, will havo
her cargo completed Bome tlmo next
week. At present she Is having per
manent ballast put In,
If i.nycne would ilko to so some fine
Hawaiian calnbadiet). they should looic
In tho show window of the Hawallaa
Fertilizer Co., A half dozen or moil
line rollo calabashes may bo scon
J. Plggott was tried In the Polko
Court this forenoon on the charge of
using threatening languago toward K.
H. P. Woltcrs. He was found guilty
and Judge Wilcox required that defen
dant be required to put up bonds to
keep the penco for one year In the
sum of 500.
PklPi jMKrV ?Vt
I t Ii? I 1.10 if
InW'.ol ami Cotton
fc3T In Shoes for Women
Si. 50 to $2 50.
at Si. 50 and S2.CO and Oxfords at
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
Fine Watch 'Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantMd.
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box soq
STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCMANGE
Honolulu, August 9. ooo.
NAME OF STOCK
I iliup l
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
?19 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
'fa M fla Pa Pa Pa TO r P-a Pa Pa Pj P4:
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
P-a Pa p-a Pj Pjj P-a Ra Ha Pji pa Pa Pj Pa
25cts per Dozen
C. Flrtwer k Comrny- to,(
Am.rfcin ujr u. ...i i,yx,ono
Ewa I'ljn'atlon Co . . 5 n,ono
Htmoa plantation Co ift,onn
Hawaiian AjrlculturalCo t.two.oon
PoMce Court NotcH.
In tho Pnllco Court tills forenoon
the following enscs wore disposed of:
A. Medelros, hcedlqas driving, nolle
prosequi entered; Clins. Chirk, nssmilt
nnd lmttcry on Knleluin, J5 and cos"-:
Angel rtodrlgues, obstructing nnd per
verting justice (5 and costs. '
Clias. Clark lias resumed clmrgc ut
Knlllii camp ultliougli ho tins not yet
fully recovered from his recent acci
LAMPS, DECORATED GLASS, HANGING and STAND
ING LAMPS. Our entire stock of these offered at a reduction of
:B.a25 per cent.--:
g From Marked Prices.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
p P4 P3 f-iKa Pa P Ni Pa Pa Foa 11 a
Hiallin rom ft Su Co,
MalUn (r-o ..
llunomu ucar Co
Monokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kirrulo Sue Co Ltd '
Kamalo Sue Co, pJup
Klhl l.Co,LtJ.,rl up i
Klariulu Supar Co.
Kotoa Suzir Cn . ...
Kona Sugar Co., at
Knna Sue' Co ,ri up
Maunalet Supar Co,
Maunalel Su Cor J up
Oahu Su ear Co ,
Onotnea SuarCo......! 1,000,000
f 000 ooo too
, tor .001 loo
1 46,000 i Ion
1 80,000 1 loo
Ookalt Suear (Man Co.
Ulaa Su. Co.. LU.. ai
Pb Ps P4 P Pa Pa P Pa P-a P P3 p p.i
. .-.-....--, -
t'aaunau su. nan. uo
Pacific bugar Mill
Pal Plantation Co
Pcptckeo Suar Co ....
Plonffr Mill Cn
Valalua Attr. Co. at)
WalaluaAgr.Co, pi up J
Walluku Sugar Co . ..
Waltianalo Sugar Co .
Walmta Mill Co ...
Wllir Stamthto Co .
IntM'Ulani Sttam N Col
Hiwi in L K-tf Co
Hon, Steam Laundry. A
Mutual Tlrphnn Co .
Makah " Li pi up
uanu KyLanj lo .
renpit a dKie -oi
Hawaiian Cov 6 prr cent .
Mawaiianiiov. 5prr crnt'
Haw (l.PottSav ampere
H1I0R R.Co, 6 percent! .
tw l'lanm n o per cent
k'ahuku Planr 6rtrcent
joo 000 loo
a j 1,000
Orpheum . .
. . . To-night
Vou will miss a gooj show If
you stay away from the . . .
UnJer Jl-ectlon of Prof. W. E. Sharp.
im,,,i," a Mh fiff'1 Gfn. Rosev
Selection "Popular Alrs"....E Boettger Central Park and tho suburbs to allow
Ten vacation schools have been
opened for tho children of tho tene
ments of New York city. Tho schools
will bo kept open from 9 to 12 througn
tho summer months. Tho children will
not bo required to puzzle their bratni
over geography or grammar or arith
metic, but will devpte their attention
to toy and doll maklng; sketching,
painting, drawing,' cooking, drossmnk
ing, manual training, nnd kindergarten
work. Frequent trips will bo made to
tho children to study naturo nnd to
live for a few hours in a purer atmoR'
phere than that of tho tenement
houses. Public Opinion:
"How much will your opinion In this
enso be tworth?" asked the prospec
tive client. The largest circulation In the islands? The quality and flavor is recog-
I can't tell you how much it'll no nlzeu as tlie nest, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
worth," nnswered tho lawyer who Ij For sale at every retail store, or by
accustomed to mnko flno distinctions, .. .... .
"but I can tell you how much I am IlYiTlAIN DaUbat
going to chargo you for It." Washing
ton star. Exclusive Agents.
217'i S 20.
Sale-5 Hawaiian Suuar, 2iooo; is
Hawaiian SuRir, -?H7,5o; H Oahu, J155.
50; 25 Ewa, 526.50. .
vM 1 1 1 V 11 1 f 1V1 11 11 r r s 7.
I MAGIC :.
E""Z to carry
E-Z to take
euro a hoad-
HHUMIi'llllllj;; 10 icuta all .IrOKKl.U.
I think I'll tako a rldo myself this
year on n new 1900 bluo Tribune. Ic
seems to bo the popular wheel.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
GRAND MINSTREL FIRST PART.
Bones Jerry Mills and John Pamplln
Converstlonlsts-Gerard Millar and Miss
Tamboos Hen Wise and Frank Poole.
By the Entire Company.
My African Blonde....... ...Frank Poale
Sunny Tennessee MIssG'ace Jones
As'eep In the Deep ,... Gerard Ml ar
Get a Ladv of vour own ......Hen Wise
Trusting uniy ipu......o r, . mnrB nor ., thttn . mht of d.
iSo Uoon uan v-ome iwohw...... i -- ,- - -- -
gon lues which pubeu uvl-i iuu tumt
try In a northensterly direction. In
tho suburbs of Antwerp tho Insects
wero but n few feet from tho ground,
and dnrkened tho a(r In their flight.
Tho occasion Is by no means unique, as
It has previously occurred fourteen
times since 1C73.
In tropical countries tho ilovnstatlni;
flights of locusts aro familiar enough,
hut the .visitation from which Belgium
lias Just suffered bears something of
the character of a novelty, ti Is nelth-
,,, ., iauc nimwii
Because Tu'ner Jones
Lucy Lou Jerry Mills
Miss Katie Milton, Miss Grace Jones
Hen Wise. Jfy M",s
Valse-"Loves Thoughts. . Arthur Pryer
Miss Flora Batsjn
America's Doubled Voiced Queen of Song.
Hen Wise, Katie Milton
Uncle Tom's Cabin In Fifteen Mlnu'es.
Mirror Dance Geo. Ebett
"The Nubian Prince" and Classic Juggler.
MISS GRACE JDNES-The Bronze
Jerry Mill ....... Miss Vincent Bradley
"A ilunch of Trouble."
GRAND .INTERNATIONAL FINIS
By the Entire Company.
Seatsnow on sale at the Box Office.
tQT Populni- Prices, "a
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive,
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
t.t.1 A Id
1 1 in '.
They comprise:' v
The Church Missionary Society hnB
been able to uso tho phonograph for n
very practical purpose. Tho Lord's
Prayer, the Creed, and tho Ten Com
mandments,' together with a number
of sentences In Hntiea, have been spok
en Into tho phonogrnph, so that a col
league who waB beginning to lenrn the
languago might hear the pronuncia
tion. Thls.inrthod pf language leavn
lug seems cnpable of wide adaptation.
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats.
always on hand at
.R i ,l t,l
M ! ,.-i
I klintl Mat
-.1 iimm !,
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E. W. Jordan,
No.. 10. 5!or.t .Sreest.'
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