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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, i960.
If you want .
Hardware, Crockery, Glasware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing (foods,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Raws.
Rubber Hcse. either phln or wire
hmmd. Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
MoAers, Lawn Sprinklers, HlRh-Rrass
gutters, btc. etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Ceylon and Maraicabo
CHOCOLATE CREAM ' 1
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
MOLASSES CANDY,""' ';''
FRENCH BOSS, Etc. . .
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
WANT McARTHUR TO LOAD.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
correspondent of the Dally Mall says:
"Active negotiations nre proceeding
between Itussla and tho United States,
the probable outcome of which will bo ,
n resolution to uphold the Integrity
of China unconditionally." j
A Shanghai correspondent of th9(
same paper says that the Americans
tliore are urging the nppolntment of j
Gcnernl Mac-Arthur ns Commander-in-Chief
of the nllled forces. ,
The Standard's Shnnghal corres
pondent, wiring Sunday, says: "It Is
'clear that the march to the relief of,
Peking will be anything but a walk-1
over, Japanese scouts have dlscovere 1 1
n large force of Cblncso soutnwcsi ot
Tien Tsln, and another largo force In
tho vicinity of Lu Tnl, to tho eastward."
J. Oswald Lutted,
BDLLETIM OF NEW
When the case of certain Japanese
came up In the Police Court this foro
noon, Judge Wilcox asked Chester
Doyle If he would not oblige the Court
by doing the Interpreting. "I havo in
commission, Judge," replied Mr. Doyle.
Thereupon. Judge Wilcox swore him In
nnd the case continued.
It Is understood that Mr. Doylo will
be made permanent Japanese Interpre
ter for the Police Court.
"From Kingdom to Colony"-By Mary
"The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Geber"-By Kate A. Benton.
Feo" By Max Pemberton.
"The Green Flas" By Conan Doyle.
"D. Dlnkelspler-By Geo. V. Hobart.
"Phillip Wlmwood" 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,
Wall. Nichols Co,, Ltd
Pa rs la fa Ka fn Ra Pa ta P-a Pa Pa Ki : Fa Pa ro t P Pa a fla Pa pa fca r-i
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan. $eg
COMB AND SEE US.
THE HNSIM MM (0.. LTD..
Fort Si., Honolulu, H. I
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pj ::Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa pa Pa pa Pa pj
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
For that tired feeling take a ride
up I'acltlc licignio.
The Maweema and Newsboy will very
probably sail In ballast for the Sound
Harney, the mau wlio shot Lorbecr,
was taken over to Oahu Jail yesterday
cenlng fqr.safe keeping.
Tho first and second teams of the po
lice force will shoot n match nt the
lwllel butuion Saturday.
ltemember thai robin's egg blue Is
the standing color of the Tribune bi
cycle. Whitman & Co. are tho ngents.
Captain Macaulay Is being congratu
lated todny on his forty-cent pay for
going 10 me nssisiuncu ul iuu unii
icggan. Tho Honolulu Automobllo Co,.Js Ira
palctnly awaiting the completion of Its
tower house. Its vehicles aro stored at
Judge Mahaulu ot Wnlalua has tho
satisfaction of knowing that JuJgo
Wilcox decided the samo as ho did In
the Ah dice case.
F. J. Turk nppeared In tho Police
Court this forenoon on tho chnrgc ot
disturbing the quiet of tho night. Tho
case was nollo pros'd.
O. II. Keyea of San Francisco ahd
daughter aro at the Hawaiian hotel,
Mr. Kcycs Is nn old friend of Captain
A. N. Tripp of Honolulu.
Letters addressed to Mrs. Emlllo III
bright have been lost and n liberal to
ward Is offered for the return of same
to this offlcc. See Lost column on pago
The Wnlalealo from Koloa this morn
ing reports thc'followlng sugar left on
the Garden Isle: K. S. SI., 4000; IC. P.,
2000 nnd SI. S. Co., 9200. Total of 15,
Among tho nrrvlals from Koloa In
the Wnlalealo this morning were the
following: Sirs. W. F. Johnstone, It. P
Johnstone, Lindsay Slay, J. Ilurkrtt
and wife and L. Conradt.
In addition to the refunding of $1700
to the captain nnd mate of tho Marlon
Chllcoot, the Treasury has ordered that
the coal confiscated by tho Custom
House olllccrs, be returned.
T. SIcCants Stewart will take charco
of ono of tho law clasxes of the Kume
liumcha Alumni Association nnd Judgo
Humphreys has consented to lecturo
before the boys nt Intervals.
William D. Wilder, who has been
head clerk In the Hawaiian consulate
general nt San Francisco, under his
cousin, Chns. T. Wilder, for novel nl
years, has returned homo, Willie nover
looked better or robustor in his life,
and his many friends aro awfully gl.ul
to seo him again.
The sewer excavators on Illver street
n little mnknl ot tho King street hrl.lg",
the other day at a depth of about eight
feet below the present street level, un
earthed what appeared to be truss tim
bers for a one-time brldgo across tho
Nuuanu stream. Perhaps boiiic of tho
nlrl rpalilnnta rpmpmhpr riipIi n lirltli?.
crossing the stream In that vicinity be- M
i A Fine Line of
tSr In Shoes for Women at Si. 50 and $2.00 and Oxfords at
Si. 50 to $2.50.
MINERNY SHOE STORE.
In Wcol and Cotton
Dining Room Floor
A Large Variety of
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantssd.
205 Hotel Street . . . P. OBaxjoo
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGB
Honolulu, August ifi, igoo.
FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
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Tlit perfection . . .
IIIACK ClUTH COVEHINO,
When not In use can be folJeJll.it .in J
foro tho river front was filled in to iu
A. M. Qulnn is a young man who
was nrrested last night by Cnptnln Fot
on tho chnrgo of leaving his lioriso un
tied in tho street. Ho uppenred lie foro
Judge Wilcox this morning and ex
plained that ho was Ignorant ot thn
laws of tho country In regard to vehi
cles. Tho Judge told him not to do it
again and allowed him to go. It np
pears Qulnn left his horse and tig
opposite tho pollco station nnd then
went into a saloon near hy with a
friend nnd had n drink. Tho horso wni
not tied and thero wcro no lights on
Q ..i.tSttt,-..STt ; i 1 j j ()
...u 1 .
yiicn 111 use ic5ciiiDic5 a camera,
carried In pocket.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JUdT RECEIVED a fine line of Crysal Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond to Co.,
I 111 IT CM
oir House Furnishing O00J1. Crocktry ni GUuwrf rfo
Kin j street Honolulu.
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NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer StCompiny.
American Sugir Co. ..
Ew i'ianttion K.0
Itim4 I'UntatlonCn ,
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co
Monomu MJuar lo
Haiku .upar Co
Kahuku runution -o.
Kamalo U2 Uo H J a
Kamilo Suit Co, riup
Kliahutu SujtarCo .,
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co., as
Kona Sugar Co. N up
Munalel Su G
Maunalel SuCopJ up
VahlLn Q119 fn. 1 1.1
" " pjup)
Oahu Sugar Co,
Onomea Sugar Co , ..I
Ookala Sugar Man Co.
Olaa Su. Co., UJ . atl
Olaa NuCo.LU.pl up t
I'aauhau Nu fian. Co ,
Pacific Sugar Mill , ..1
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pepeekeo Sugar Co .
WalaluaAgr. Co., al
Walluku Suirar Co. ..
Walmanato Sugar Co .
Walmea Mill Co
WlUer Steamship Co I
Inter-Islani Steam N Co
Hawaiian Lltctrlc Co
Hon. Steam Laundry,
Mutual Telephone Co ..
Makaha " L4 pj up)
t'eopit ct k 1 g i.01
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov 5 percent .
H1I0 R R.Co. 6prtrnl
Ewa Plantat n A per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
Oahu U& Lan-lCo.prc1
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t.jn iy fool
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1 iCo.om1 lot
' lor .000' Ino
t l8o.om, loo
500 duo loo
too oon, too
il NAG1C I
:l WAFERS ii
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STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co., u 111 be held Sat
urday, August ifith, 1000. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the rooms of 'he Chamber of
Commerce, for the purpose of amending
tj86-im W. L. HOPPER, Secretary.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per Cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
411 Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June t, 1000. ljo
General Chaffcc'ti Cablegram.
Washington, Aug. 7. The War De
partment has received tho following
cablegram from General Chaffee:
"Tien Tsln, August 3, via Chefoo,
August ".Adjutant General, Wash
ington. A conference today decided
to give battle Sunday, Tho Chlneso nro
entrenched cast and west through Pelt
sang. Left of Chlneso protocted by
flooded ground, practically unassail
able. Japanese, English and American
forces, 10,000 Btrong, attacked Chinese
right west of river In flank. Other
forces, Russian and French, about 4000
strong, attacked opposlto side between
river and road. Chinese position ap
parently strong. Army of 30,000 rn-
ported between I'ebang and Yang Tsun
or crossing road over Pel Ho. Yotr
Tsun objective. Our forco 2000 strong
and battery. Concmauith arrived.
fllxth Cavalry left for guard of city
(Tien Tsln) and awaiting mounts.
Ministers ttafo on 28th of July.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Havlntr resumed mv classes In ART
EMBROIDERY, I will receive (nip Is
every morning from 9110 to
MRS. M. II. WILLIAM,
vacation, Good Stamping dnnr.
777 Port St near Vlnev.irJ.
Tho road commission met In th
legislative hall this morning but as
ono of tho members was duo nt ono
place and others In other plnccs, It was
found necessary to postpone tho ses
sion until 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. The largest circulation in the islands? The quality and flavor is recog'
There was a largo number of visitors nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
present nt tiio meeting. , for sale at every retail store, or ny
Something new nt tho soda fountain
of llensou, Smith & Co.
Sile-24 Oahu, 5lJ2.5o; to Walalua,
pd., JH2.50-, 5 Walalua, pd., fiu.50; 10
Walalua, nd f 1 12.50, 5 Walalua. pd.,
I112.50; 5 Walalua, pd.,f 112. 50; 5 Wala
lua, a f)i oc; 5 Walalua, pd., Sin. 50; 5
Walalua, a., fg) 00; 1 5 Wala'ua, a., fo j.oo;
5 W.uaiu.i, yu., JI12.5U; ia iyjijiuj, i,u.,
ui.?oi 5 Walalua, a., foj.os: 5 Walalua,
pd.,f 112.S0; 5 Walalua, pd., 112. 50.
Tho Clnudlne of tho Wilder Steam
ship Co. ran Into the Wm. Carson somo
(lino ago ami sunk her nnd now the
bowsprit nf tho Cnrson Is high and
dry near tho KInau wharf wnltlng to
bo made Into 11 buoy to keep the ves
sels of the steamship company from
going on the rocks.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
llHck Stund No. S.
Day I do 7011 know wbsrt 1 cu in
ood crrlit Burel At tk litwi
(Itn Hotel Crrli Co., corner Hole
and Ittchardi etrrwti, Tel. II. Note
lui but Bret cltw ctrrUlM u i
Under RuhIi OrdcpH.
Tort Ulley, Kansas, Aug. 7. llattery
O, with Its 7-Inch ali'gu guns, the hint
est In thn nriny, mid ITS men wero
atuiteij for San KranrUco iluilntc tho
night on hurry ordci fiimi WiisIiIiik
Ion to procond in Clilim, Thn gum
with the now ( iirrlHKi', Just r"'lviwl,
lllli'il four cars. Two train woie nwc.
sary lo niny the iiittn Imltury.
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
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always onhand at
I'Mi'ililc W. Haulmy, MUnnny nt
l.uw, Otiuipbull UuildliiK, collar Me
dium uinl I'uit livvi,
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.