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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, Hi' h, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing doods,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Minlla or Sisal rope. Lawn
Movers,, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Tie Hawaiian Hardware
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
Ceylon and Maralcnbo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
NO EXTRA SESSION
Washington, Aug. 8. While there Is
talk of the peaceable action of tlio
United States Government In the Ch'
nerc matter anil some discussion of tho
possibility of an extra session of Con
gress to deal with tho whole situation,
It Is very likely that nothing will bo
done until additional Information is
received from China. The tenor of tho
message sent to Consul General Good
now this morning, and which he Is ex
pected to communicate to tho Chinese
authorities, was such as to necessitate
an aswer at once.
Alllnnse Employment IVurenu.
This organization of Now York has
nmong Its beneficiaries a number of
young women workers who nrc engag'
ed In dtffeient lines of 1iim!iu which
are dull during the mimmi-r. nnd they
hac the time of the general exodus to
summer resorts to tlicmschci. Sum
mer resort proprietors have found that
these girls make e?ellcnt waitresses,
and the bureau sends man of them to
different places each year. ThN year
1- Instituted the waitresses' clasa to
give the girls practical Injunction
There were twenty-eight girls In tho
waitress class, they paid a nominal sunt
for the Instruction, nnd tho teacher was
well' satisfied with their prcgre3i.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
BULLETIN OF NEW
"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 Wlimvood" 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.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd
m Pa r P-a Ha P-a Pj Pa P a P TH Pa P-i
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa P-a pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT lor S250
each on the Installment plan. J
COMB AND SEE US.
Anarchists in Chicago are ngaln be
Dr. I.lcbknecht, tho famous German
Socialist leader is dead.
A good driving horse Is wanted. See
Want column on page 8.
A mouso colored horse has been lost.
Sec Lost column on page 8.
Glanders has broken nut nmong the
army horses at the Presidio.
Mr. Ilusted will hold back his new
Honolulu directory to await the street
Col. 0. II. de la Vcrgnc returned In
the Alameda after n long absence ou
The brig Consuelo for Illlo and the
schooner Eenterprlsc for this port both
sailed from San Kranclsco August 7.
The C. S. Holmes arrived In San
Kranclsco August 3, twenty-one days
from Kahulul w 1th n cargo of sugar
The schooner Emma Claudlna sailed
from Hureka for Kahulul August 3.
The Esther Ilittino sailed for this port
two (fays later.
The barkentlne Quickstep sailed from
Port Townsend for this port August X.
The baikentlno Katlo Kllcklngcr sailed
two days later.
All those concerned In tho Ilonolull
Driving Club Association are requested
to meet at the Club Stables tonight at
7:30. Sec ad under New Today.
The cruiser Philadelphia Is having
extensive repairs ninclo to her machin
ery nt the Mnre Island Navy Yard. Sho
will be laid up for about three weeks
The bark Edward May with a full
cargo of gpueral merchandise sail
from San Kranclsco for this port Au
gust I The schooner John G. Noith
left the same day for Honalpu.
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner Is in
receipt of n leter from l.ynn Pnrmalo,
the well known tenor of the Huston
Lyric Opera Company. Mr. Parmaie
waR In Antwerp en route to Klorenr-!,
Italy, where he will study for a year or
The ease of Lewis & Turk for as
sault nnd battery on MrCarty came up
for trial In the Polite Court this fore
noon nnd will be finished this after
noon. Attorney Henshall Is assisting
the prosecution nod Attorney Andrews
Is repiescntltiK the defendants.
Collector Stackahlc today received
notification from the Treasury Depart
mint to the effect that the fine Impose
be reduced to $1C0 In the case of
captain and mate of the Chllcoot,
Ing $300 In nil. This means that
will be handed back. Tho fact Mm
the department decided to retain pail
of tho line goes to show that Collector
Stacknble was perfectly correct In tho
position he took.
3T In Shoes for Women at
Si. 50 to $2 50.
Si. 50 and $2.00 and Oxfords at
A Fine Line of
In Wiol and Cotton
DTINERNY SHOE STORE.
. made of .
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All w-ork guarantstd.
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box 590
HONOLULU STOCK KXCIIANGB
Honolulu, August 15, toco.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
Ia As. T4 ta fca m a f.i M fa tn ru :: rs r rs n m ta fa HM lei la ra
NAME OP STOCK
C. Brew.r At Company
Amrrkan Sugar Co.
Fw, I'l.M jtlnn Co
Hamoa Plantation Co
Capital i-J nil
!!oa ! 2. zksaLk-MlWW
to la f-a P fi Pa P-a Pa Pa Pa M Pa pj ::Pa im p-a fa Pa Pa Pa T& Pa Pa Pa Pa n
TpouIiIch of Americana.
San Francisco, Auk. 7. The schooner
5 JMWMm'mk h
The perfection . . .
IIIACK CLOTH COVtRINC,
a ,n, ", "715r restmnies a uamera. wnen not In use can be folJeJ Hat anj
days RO.bounJ for this pjit.and when, a ,-,-,,,,,,.,..., .. ...
nth, haJnaWdanJ,he was not heard 5 SEL OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
if v "-" n ' i :a
Americana reached port last nlRht.alter an 1 .. ti;:..,.,.,..Nl. . ... 5
.. ,..1 ........ f.. tk. !...,. .. f -- -- iwi.il . ''" WJ UfcjrfM
cvvmiui u sani iiviii lilt imiaic fuii vi .
Chile. The schooner left South America rf When In usf resemble a Camera.
IV. ,!-..,. ..,. V.nnn.1 fnr thlen.i nn.l .hn - " I"UI.CI,
months had passed and he was not heard
from, the vessel was pos.ed as overdu,
and reinsurance upon her was quote! at 50
per cent. On June 14 she put in at Hono
lulu, short of piovlslons and water, and
three days later sailed for this port, her
destination. Her pissag- from Honolulu,
like the first part of the trip, has teen very
JUbT RbCfalVEU a line line of Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond &, Co.,
THE BERfiSTitOM MUSK (I)., lit pss bu
Fort 5c, Honolulu H. I.
BLECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the Board of
Directors of the HONOLULU INVEhT
MEN r CO., LTD., held at their office In
this city on August 10th, igoo the follow
Inc officers were elected for the enduing
President, A. V. Gear.
Vice-President, Henry Smith.
Secretary, Emmett May.
Financial -ecretary, C. B. Gray.
Treasurer, Thto. F. Lansing
At-nrnv. Gen. D. Gear.
Auditors, John D. Holt, Fred. A. Jacobs
and Lew a a, uear.
Election of Officers.
Atameetlne of the stockholders of the
Club Stables Co., Ltd., held this day the
following officers were appointed to serve
for the ensuing year:
Paul Uei.berK President
C. H. Belllna Vice-President
C. Bolt Treasurer
John Buckley Secretary
A. V. Gear Auditor
These will serve as Directors.
Honolulu. Aug 8. ipso. .
iiiiiiifiiiiimrV'i' E"Zi t carry
z MAGIC 5: E-2 way to
WAFERS ; ache
'.'.,.,,,,,,,.,,.,." 10 -.ntn nil .IrtiKKl'ta.
Trouble has followed the schooner tothe I
very last. The passage from Honolulu
was marked with great gles, which blew
away some of the sails, and the schooner
was a long time on the way. Upon ar
riving here Captain Perry sailed the Am
ericana up past the quarantine ground", In
Ignorance of the regulations which have
been In force for fome months past, and
brought the scho ner to anchor off Hirrl- (
son strret. He was Inf rmed that he must
return to the quarantine station off Alelggs
vharf, and permit Dr. Klnyoun to exam
ine the vessel, Captain Perry did so, at
some expense for a tug, and lnully went
alongside a wharf.
Tho mnrRiio ut Knkunko wan liurni'd
by tho tiro department thlB iiiornlnK.
This was ituno by order of tho Hon id
of Health which decided on tho mutter
nt a meeting held Juno 29.
llou.t FutnMilni-dooJ,, CrcxWty anj GUtioirrca
Kinir klrfct Honalulu.
Ps Pa M pa m Ps Pa Pn Pa P Pa Pa pa Pa Pa Pi P Pa P Ps Pa Ha P m m m
HlwtllinAKrlculturalCo i.oooKMa too
lliwanint.oin ccu .o,
HtwalUn Sueir Co
Honomu Sugir Co
lljlku Sueir Co
Kjhuku I'unutlon Co
Kamalo Sue Co LlJ
Kamalo bui: (.n, pa up
Kllitl P Co ItJ rl up
Kliahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sucrar Co
Kona Sugar Co . at 1
Kona uuar 1-0 pa up
MaunaUl Sugar Co.a
MaunaVI Su Co pi up
Nahlku Su; Co. Lliai
" " ." PJ T
Onomta Sugar Co
Onkaa Sugar Man (v.
Olaa Su. Co.. LU.. ail
t.ooo 000 100
500 000 to
1 lCo,om tor!
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co., Mill be held Sat
urday, August loth, 1000. at 10 o'clock
a. m.. at the rooms of Mie Chamber of
Commerce, for the purpose of amending
1586-im W. L. HOPPER. Secretary.
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese PrliitlnE office,
T he Publisher of "HAWAII SlflMPO,'
Hit only J4lly Jap ant paptr putlUlwt
In iht liiiliucyol aaii .
Y. SOfiA, KJ'tor. ,,
fc. SIIIOZAWA. Proprietor
irtr lidllorl.il i)J I'rlllthiB OltiM, W
King WJki KJiik lrfl. I. O, llos go,
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THfc IN I bit IbLANU TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payab'e
July 1st, ai ine onice 01 ine unoersigned,
111 fori sireei. j. ri. r-isncK.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June 1, 1000. i$o
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
out SuCo.t.tJ, r-iup
f'aiuhia su, run. U.o
Paclfif Suifjf Mill
Plt I'Unutlon Co ...
Prkeo Suer Co
Plonm Mill Ct
Wllia Aer. Co , ail
WhUIujAct.Co. p4 up j
WtitiiWu Sugar Co
Walmra Mill Co
WllJrr Steamship Co '
IntrrU!anl Sleam N Cof
Hawaiian Llrctrlc Co
Hon, Steam LaunJry
Kona-Ku r fit 1 Uo.UJi
Mutual Telephon Co I
MakahaCofltf Co.L, ai 1
Makaha " L4 pi up) i
people 1 rt k i c uo
Hawaiian Ciov 6 per cent
HitoR H.Co. 6prcfnt'
bwa I'lantat n 6 ptr cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
Oahti R& UniCo.prCi
5 ouo,oo 50
f,OGO,onr tgo l$0,
t, lai.ooo 4 loo 91
I,$O0,OnQJ IQO IHM
500,000 too . 1
500,000' too .
217 S. JO.
Sale -1000 O. R & L. Co., 6s., Sio2.'
50. 10 W.1I.1IU.1, a., $04.00; 25 hwa, 27 00;
10 Walalua, a., fgj.so . 10.
JAPANESE CAN'T COME
WitHhliiKtnn, Auk. 0. A dispatch lu3
lioii recoUod nt tho Jniiancsc Lcku
Hon here from tho Jnpnntw Foreign
Olllro nnniiuncliiR that tho Cincrnmt'it
ut Japiin hail liriililliltuil for tho present
the emigration nf all Japanese labor to
the United States ami Canada.
Fine Job Printing at
We are showing
the largest assortment of
Art Bmbroldery Ttiught,
my classes hi ART
will receive pun Is
evtrv morning from 9:10(0 uijo during
vacation. Liooj tampuiK uone.
MUS. II. II, WILLIAM.
777 Port St., near Vineyard, fio.)ini
IIhcU Stiiud No. S.
Hrl do rou know whert 1 tn ii
good Mrrlti' Burt I At U,llawi
tlao dotal Uarrlut Co., eorntr lint
tno lllcnanla itrooti. Tl II Nntk
lot but Drat clua carrUlM aa a
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 Ca.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 onjhand at
J3. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.