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TIM RVP.NINO UULI.IITINi HONOLULU, IL l IUII3AV, AUSUST to. '.
If you want .
HmiW'ju, MrrMktfy, OU,.w.irt,
Paints, OfH iJ Varnishes, llNtfc
Her, UiiriJtlltfj, tamp .111J Limp
House I'uiiilsliliift Ootids,
Knives, W'aJt an J Butchers Rators,
, Rubber H&se. either pliln or wire
bound, MiHili or SIsil rope. Lawn
Mont, Lawn Sprinklers, HIrIi'RWs
Cutters, EU Etc
Pliintntton Supplies or
' Agricultural Implements
BUY THEM FROM
Port St., apposite SpreckelsBink
Col. H. C. Cochrane
Ordered to China
"Vallojo, July 30. Colonel Henry
Clay Cochrane of the United Stnles
Marino Corn has been ordered to Chi
na. Col. W. B. Muse upon receiving
enters to proceed to China made nppl'
catlon to be retired, and placed Cap
tain It. C. flavin Jn charge of the Mare
Island barracVi. This nccouuts fer
the orders detailing Colonel Cochrane
to the Cblneie Matlon. Colonel Coch
rane Is well and Tn-vornhly known on
this coast. Colonel lliise will remain
At Maro Island awnltliiK orders.
Ceylon nnJ M.irahabo
dtul PKALINI-S ....
HAND DIPPED PKI-NCII
FRENCH BOSS, lite.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day ami cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. Oswald Lutted,
Clnlmn American Cltlzcrmliln.
Tho petition for a -writ of halicas cor
pus, mentioned In the proceedings of
the Unltnl State District Court. Is by
T.an Sam. He claims he Is nn Ameri
can citizen and wtralned of his per
sonal liberty by J. K. Drown, n Unlfi!
States Immigration officer, un tin
ground tliat he Js nn alien Chinese person.
BULLETIN OF NEW
"From Kingdom to Cotony"-By Mary
"The Rebel" By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Geber"-By Kate A. Benton.
"Feo" By Max Pemberton.
"The Green FlaR"-By Conan Doyle.
"D. Dlnkelsp!el"-By Geo. V. Hobart
"PIiIIIId Wlmwood" By Robert
"Booming of Acre Hill" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma'
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Pottage" By Alary Cholmondley,
Goutalves, photographer, ncrctanla
near AUptt (s Giving away one 10x20
crayon portrait Kith S worth of pho
Wall, Nichols Go,, Ltd.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
Orpheum . .
. . . To-night
You will miss a good show If
you stay away from the . . .
Under direction of Prof. W- E. Sharp.
March ''A NiehtOfi" Geo. Rosev
Selection "Popular Airs" . . . . E Boettger
GRAND MINSTREL FIRST PART.
ROUGH TIME OP IT.
Judge ClllliiiMi Is hearing: proViU
.1 K Drown leturttMl In the Manns
l.rwi this morn I ii
Nothing npisl In It. Itiinl to whatT
, blue Irlhtitio nliil.
A large light Ik)' horse has Lteli lirtt.
?n l.nt column on pnge 8
The Pulls of CI) do railed from Hun
I'm lie I Mil fur lllln July 29.
A. C. Warren entile frntii Aliiiluiln In
tho James Mnkce this morning.
The Imrk Albert sailed from Snn
rrnnrlsrii for this port. July 27.
Dcsky vs. I,nck Is resumed liefnro
Judgo Humphreys this afternoon.
Tho Hongkong Maril should bn In
from China and Japan this afternoon.
Oahu t.odge. No. 1. K. of l. meets to
night nt 7:30 In Castle Hall, l'.i't
There nro letters at this ottlco for
J. i:, 11. In nnswer to Want nd. Kindly
call for same.
A small slcd nntlve boy wns arret
ed this morning on the charge of steal
tng n bicycle.
To nicely furnished rooms nre of
fered for rent on Nuuanu street. See
To Let column.
Tho Allco Cooke salted from Port
Gamble for this port, August 2, with a
full cargo of lumber.
Tho S. C. Allen arrived In San Kran-
clsco from this port August 1. It
took 26 days to mnko tho trip.
Two mounted policemen and Frank
Fcrrelrn were on duty nt tho recep
tion in Mnannlua last night.
It appears nothing has been heard
this mall from or of George Mnnson,
tho mysteriously disappeared man'.
The schooner 0. W. Watson salted
from Snn Vrnnrlsco, August 3, with n
enrgn of general merchandise for Ka
hulul. Ram Mncy, hack Inspector, has been
on the sick list for the past llvo days.
Ills work Is being attended to bj' Frank
Ferrclro, his assistant.
Solomon's. Quintet Club will piny nt
Wniklkl Inn this evening nnd dancing
will be Indulged In. Refreshments will
be nerved on the lanni during thn
The news of the assassination nt
King Humbert having been received In
tho America Main tho flags of tho vnrl
oug consulates throughout the city arc
at half-mast today.
Dahlstron, tho young mnn arrested
Wednesdny on a warrant charging
him with drunkenness,, appeared In the
I'ollco Court this morning nnd pleaded
guilty. Tho usual tine was Imposed.
Tho ship Ilcnper, schooner Carrier
Dove and schooner E. K. Wood from
this port, arrived In Port Townsnt'
July 29. Tho bark Carrolton from Kn
hulul and tho Hesper from Kauai, ar
rived there tho same day.
Among tho arrivals from Maul nnd
Hawaii ports In tho Maunn I.0.1 this
morning wero tho following: G. R
Stoll, W. F. Dartels. R. Lino, Miss C.
Green, Miss R. Green, Rev. Azblll, II.
S. Townscnd, J. T. Taylor, Geo. Stud
ler, F. II. Haysclden, W. Hnysclden, II
T. Haysclden, W. A. Wall.
llvnnsellst McComti Is preparing n
splendid literary and musical enter
tainment to be given nt tho Joylul
News Mission next week Saturday
evening. Tho program will lncludo
vocal and Instrumental music by some
of the best talent of the city. "A man
dolin m ohestra und glee club will take
pnrt as well ns prominent soloists who
hnvo oluntcered their services.
Tho Norwegian steamship Thyrn,
lMwnrdsen commander, arrived at an
nnchorngo oft port last night and camo
Into port this morning. She has til
tons of Oriental merchandise for Alcr
nnder & Ilalilwln. After finishing this
sho will sail for tho Coast. 'lio Thy.
rn nuido the trip from Yokohama In
fifteen days. She has three rabln nnd
eleven steerngo passengers. Thero are
twenty-six Chlnnmcn In tho crew of
I I I UC if
In '( il and Cotton
SrS" In Shoes for Women at Sf.50 and S2.00 and Oxfords at
St. 50 to S2 50.
MINERNY SHOE STORE.
. made of .
t ii nib
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Fine Watch Repairing
hv Exnerienced Watch-Maker -
. All worn RUaiiUllvmj
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box 590
HONOLULU . STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, August 10, igco.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
ls P-a Pa M P-j Pji r Pa P P-a Pa Pa P4:!Ps Pa P4i Ha Ha Pb Pj Pa P-a Pa Pa p.a Pa
25cts per Dozen
LAMPS, DECORATED GLASS, HANGING and STAND
ING LAMPS. Our entire stock of these offered at a reduction of
;BB25 pei cent.:
From Marked Prices.
NAME or STOCK
C. Urtwer &Comrnjr .
AnwrlftnSuitir Co. .
Fit. PLntltlon Co .. .
Hima I'lanutlon Co -
?ilj up ij !
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
Pa Pa Pa m pa ra Ua Pa Pa Pa p-o pa Pa
Hawaiian ACTlcutturitCo i,imo.poo
Mawaliao (.om k u v.o
Honomu Suear Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Kahuku rianution io
Kamald UK t.n lij a
Kamalo Su? Oi, pJup
Kl ahulu Suirar Ci
Koloa Suear Co. . .
Kona uzar Co.. a,.
Kona Suear Co..pi up
Maunaial nu ti
" " ." r1 "r
uanu Mis' t-Oj
Onomaa Sugar Co .
Oolcala Suear I'lan Co.
Olaa Su. Co., Ltd., at I
OlaaSuCo.LtJ. pa up)
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill . ,
Pala Plantation Co
Pepeckeo Sugar Co
Some weeks ago Mrs. Mary Allan
well known In Honolulu as n collC.Io,
of rare Hawaiian curios, mats and the
like, left for tho Island of Nllhnu to
mnke arangements for more purchnier.
She completed her work on Tuesday
and left for Walmca, Kauai, In a surf
boat, on the evening of that day. Tho
regular crew of natives was aboard
and the intention was to sail to WfU-
Shortly after starting out, bad wcach-
Bones Jerry Mills and John Pamplln er set in and the people in the boat
II In Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1900, to Mr.
and Mrs. Hnndwclt II, a son.
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
Plonxr Mill Co .It
Walalua Agr. U.. a 1 1 ,
WaialuaAgr.Co, pi up 1 1
wanuicu suear i.o.
WalminjtM hueir Co
Wlma Mill Co ..
Wlliff SleamthlD Co.
Hawaiian LI ec trie Co
Hon. RtplJ T.&Uni Co
non. rtieam uaunary , . , .
Mutual Ttrphon Co
Makaha " L4 p4 up
Oaihu UvALani Cu .
Popi'i ict & Ht'e Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 percent
Hawaiian Gov, per cent
naw 11 i'oi sav tmperci
Hilo W H, Co. 6 percent!
Kwa I'linUt'n 6 per cent, .
Kitiuku Plant, 6 per cent ,
f tco ooo1 loo
t u no n
Sj goo loo
. tl to
t, too .ran
l 5,ooo,ono 5
I 750.000 IPOJ
Sales 25 Olai, a f).oo; 15 Olaa, a.,
Maunn Loa'a Report.
The Maunn l.oa camo In from her
usual Maul and Hawaii run early thU
morning. Purser Tuft reports as fol
lows. Cleaned out Honunpo and left
1S00 hags nt I'nnnluu. Very rough
weather throughout the trip. We were
forced to knock off work part of Tues
day. No rnln. There nro 4000 bags at
II. 8. M. Co., and COO at 1'. 8. M. Na
Btcnmer, no rain and rough weather.
Tho Upolu was nt Knllua when wo left
there. Sho expects to nrrlvo In Hono
lulu Saturday morning. Passed tho
Surprise In the Hawaii channel on her
way to Knllua. The schooner Concorl
wns at Lahalna discharging lumber.
We are showing
Converstlonlsts Gerard Millar and
Tamboos Hen Wise and Frank Poole,
BLACKV1LLE MELANGE ,
By the Entire t-ompany,
were In great danger of being capalz
cd. The natives abandoned tho sails
and took to their oars. All Tuesday
night and all day Monday, tho ciew
Mv African Blonde Frank Poole """ w lB waYca- "" "l
Sunnv Tennessee Miss Grace Jones Walmea on tho nfternoon of, the next
Mrs. Allun lost a great many of her
rare curios besides getting nn experi
ence that sho will not soon forget.
Asleep In the Deep Gerard Millar day, tired out and almost ready to give
Get a Ladv of vour own . . . .Hen Wise I
Trusting Only You Leon r. hookcs
No Coon Can Come Too Black......
'Becaus Turner Jones
Lucy Lou ,-, Jerry Mills
Miss Katie Milton, Miss Grace Jones
Hen Wise. Jerry Mills
Valse-"Loves Thoughts . .Arthur Pryer
Miss Flora Batson
America's Doubled Voiced Queen if Song.
Hen Wise. Katie Milton
Uncle Tom's Cabin In Fifteen Minutes.
Mirror Dance Geo. Ebert
JOHN PAMPION , ,
4,The Nubian Prince" anJ Classic Juggler
MISS GRACE JONES-The Brone
Jerry Mill Miss Vincent Bradley
"A Bunch of Trouble."
GRAND INTERNATIONAL FINIS
By tlie Entlie Comp.my.
J. K. Mersherg, tho young mnn charg
ed with larceny In tho second degree,
pleaded guilty In tho Pollco Court this
forenoon. Sentence was suspended for
one month, tho undei standing being
country during that time.
the largest assortment of
;E3 A. 3XT RUGS
American Messenger Servlco
sonic Temple. Tel. Hi.
Seats now on sale at the Box Office.
ggf Poiului Prices, i
il MAGIC I;
E"Z to carry
E-Z to take
ouro a hoad-
jHW'Wtf.'WWii'-t W "Ht "'I Uruggl.ta
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 J
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at . '.' rf v
E. W. Jordan, f ?
No. 10 "ort Street.