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THE EVEN1N0 BULLETINS HONOLULU, H.; -TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, iqocv
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If you want
Hardware, Crocktty, Gtosware,
Painty Oil Ha d Varnlshe, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing Goods,
Silver PlateJ Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain ot wire
bound, Manila or 'Sisal rope, Lawn
Movers, Lawn Sprinklers, HipvKrass
Gutters, ttc htc.
Plantation 'Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Ceylon and Maralcabo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON..
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
BALLOON STORY CONFIRMED'.'
Victoria, J3. C, Aug. JO. Frd Har
rison, who left a few weeks .ago for
Dawson, sends a cony of a letter re
ceived by a friend at Silklrk eking nn
Indian story regarding a balloon
they say landed at Uie mouth of tl.e
Mackenzie river In tbe winter of 1SDS,
and a ew days after Again ascended
The letter Is written Jrom Fort Yukon
and says: '
"I think you were right In what you
said about Andree. A short time Jgo
some Indians arrived here from the
Mackenzie, and I learned from' them
that K balloon was seen to descend necr
Our poods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
J. Oswald Lutted,
BULLETIN OF NEW
"From -Kingdom to 'Colony" By Mary
"The Rebel"-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
"Gebrr'-By Kate A. Benton.
"Feo" By Max Pemb:rton.
"The G?een Flag" By Conan Doyle.
tne raontn or mat river me winter ue- ,.D. nin!elrlel"-Bv Geo. V. Hobirt.
landed from It '. ,, . .. ....
fore last Some men
nnil mark- a camn. They remained
short time and then got Into the car, '
throwing something out, tbe natives'
eald, on tbe Ice. The balloon then rose
Into the air and was soon out of sight.
"T,he natives were afraid and did not
visit the camp. The natives who came
Jiere (Fort Yukon) did not we the bal
loon themselves, but were told of Its
coming by people living to the north
ward of them."
The Indians may have sent out the
story In the hope of getting the reward
offered for any information of Andree.
Phillip WImwood" By Robert N,
Booming cf Acre HM" By John Ken
"A Manifest Destiny" By Julia Ma
"Sophia" By Stanley C. Weyman.
"Red Pottajc" By Micy CholmoirJIey.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan.
COME AND SEE US.
II BrMTM MUSIC (0.,
Fort St., Honolulu
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Notlcr I hereby given that A. Cowan
It n lont-er .lutharjicii to co'lect money
(or the V4lilnj;ton l.ljht In having
KVtrrJ his connection with that Nil-
WASHINGTON I.IOHT CO.,
lOijtj C, W, Muclurlunr, Auiijki.
fh following passengers are bonked to
sill for San Francisco In the China tills
afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and
child, Mr. and Mrs. Hundley, Mrs. H. P.
Hugus, H. A. Allen, A. C, Lovekln, W. P.
Roth, H. A. Welhe, F. J. Lowrey and
family, Mrs. M. S. McKelsey, Mr. R. N.
Frlck and wife. B.- H. Gassonl, H. Morri
son, Alice M. Russel, B." Cartwrlght. Jr ,
fc H. wodeli use and wife, W. T. Brig
ham. J. F. T. Stokes, Miss Calhoun, Miss
Wiedemann, Mrs. P. Schneider, Mrs. C.
Schneider, E. M. Norris, Chas. Goldler,
W.T. McClellan, Donald McClellan, J. J.
Dickey, Mrs. Gultney, Miss L. K. Board
man.'JMrs. E. W. Peterson, Mrs. G.
Schneider, E. W. Sthulter, Miss V. Stall.
C. C. Kennedy, C. H. Kluegel, H. V.
Turner, Miss Irene Dixon. Mrs. H. R.
, Hughes, C. Jensen, O. H. Keyes, Miss
Urace Kobertson, L. S. Robertson, D.
For Maul ports, per stmr. C'nudlne,
Aug. si. at 5 p. m. H. P. Baldwin, C,
C. AliCnung, B. R. Banning, J. N. S.
I Williams., Mrs. W. G. Ogg, W. G. Tay
1 lor and wife, Mrs. John Kama, Miss
, Lilian I'upulil, John Ghent, A. de Soua
1 Canavano, ( j. A, Jordan, Mrs. Watson,
i Alss lle.Vn Wallue, At.ittcr M. Hale, J.
Vincent, M. II. Kane, Helen AM Sun,
Saiiiili AI011 and child, II. Howell, H. M
1 Krrney, J, J, Covell, Mln Chamberlain,
1 Mi, 1 11 n,.i,,.. r v 11,11.,,., ... a n
Holler, Mr. J. K. lotepa miJ child, Rev
S. Iiii.il, W, J, Uwrle anJ I, I', CMt.
TI10 ilUtliiilliiii "Tllliniio lllno" U Hi)
ttamluril nnMi (if nil model of tlm
Tho Woolahra Iras begun taking nn
If. 1'. Ualdnln leaves for Maul In the
Calmllne this afternoon. '
John Wise has gone to Hawaii to
cheer up the Democrats.
American Messenger Service, M-i-,
sonic Temple, Tel. Main 193. " !
There will be a battalion drill of Co.
A tonight. See ad under New Today, j
The Maul did not get away yesterday, . .
She will sail for Klhel at 5 p. m. to- ,
daJ'- . . v 1
W. J. Lowrle and J. P. Cooke arc 1
booked pi leave for Maul this afte,-- I
All kinds of harness and saddlery
will lie found at the Stock Yards shop,
King nnd South streets.
Mrs. Oeo. Mcl.cod and Miss Rmma C.
1'ottj were among the passengers for
Rohala In the Klnau today.
The attention of the Republican
voters of the Tenth Precinct, Fifth Dis
trict, Is called to an ad In today's But-,
The V. II. Dowdiii has rtnisheil dla- I
charging. Her place at the railroad
wharf hits ben taken by the J. 11.
Wray Taylor has completed the dis
tribution of electoral registration sup
piles to the outer districts of the Ter
Miss Floy llaJUngcr and Miss Ella
Stansbury left for Hllo In the Klnau to
day. They will view the sights la and
about the Itainy City.
There Is n card of thanks In today'a
issue Irom John i'lggott, thanking tho
many friends who helped hlni secure a
prize In the bulletin's subscripts 1
i:. C. ami HSR. Macfarlane left, In
the Klnau todiiy for a trip to the
Macfarlane ranch In Walmea. Tho',
ulll be back on the same trip ot the
Will '. Fisher, the auctioneer, sold
to Hruce CartwrJght at noon today, tho
lease of the Ilrlto corner In Chinatown
which has fifteen years nnd six months
yet to run. Tha sum inlil was 1,1,900.
The rental Is $2.". per month.
i. J. Ilridgman, tbe Illustrator and
water color urtlst of Salem, Mass., will
hold an exhibition of water colors at
the gallery of the Kllohana Art Leaguo,
.Model block, Tuesday, August 21 to
Saturday, the 5lh. Inclusive, from
& p. 111.
A few dollars
DOU'X awl n FUW DOlr
LA11S a MOSTll
buy jo a complete
The only thing In a dress shoe Is a BUTTON BOOT of the latest last, and we
have them In Patent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby and stylish.
W, MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
your hoiiM in an up-to-date
manner and furnith it rom
an attractive home and 10 s
on caty ternit.
Furniture sold on the Installment
plan at the . . .
.made of... fil.3
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guaranteed.
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box yp.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANQC
' FINISH STYLE and PRICE TO YOUR TASTE.
Honolulu, August 21, toob.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 46.
Tho regular annual meeting of
Medical Association of Hawaii will
nom on me evening 01 naiuriiny, an- .
ut S p. m. at the olllcc ot tlm ! ';
lioaril of Health. Tlic principal busi
ness will be the election of olllcers. All
nii'.nl.ers uro earnestly requejtcd to b
Among the passengers for Maul and
Hawaii porta In the Klnau today wero
the following: Sister Albertlnn, .Mr.
nnd Mrs. I'lank Foster, Jas. T. Tuylo.-,
1'. H. Scutes, Cupt. and Mm. Alillxnii,
-Mrs. (,'eo. Weight, Bishop Gillstnn Ko
pert, Mrs. Irene ilrown. II. A. Allen
und Mr. nnd Mrs. (!, N .Wright.
Tho China came In from the Orln.t
last evening. Shu willed from Yoko
hama August 11 mill made the trip In
u llttlo over nine days. She brought
only iibout 05 tons of freight for thli
port mid had 375 tons of coal to take
on. While coming Into the harbor :ho
China's rudder chain brokci A delay
ot about a half hour was necessary in
order to make repairs.
Fredk. D. Smith, who arrived from
New York last week, has been doln?
clerical work In the Judiciary Clerk's
plllce these two daj. It Is supposed Im
Is n candidate for the vacant fourth
deputy clerkship for which Abrahaii
Kniilukoii, the native orator of the -4 1 li
of July, has some time been n candi
date. Mr. Smith is n brother of Wal
ter tl. Smith, editor or the Advertiser.
District Attorney J. C. Ilnlrd was abb
to attend the Federal Court this morn
ing nfter n few days of Illness.
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The perfection . . .
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When in use resembles a Camera,
carried In pocket.
SEE OUIt WINDOW DISPLAY
JUrfT RECEIVED a line line of Crys'al Etched and
FRENCH GLASS WARE
II1ACK CLOTH COVEKINO,
I LT I OLnlNO
When not In use can be folJed flat nnd
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
orf- Moui. FumMiln noJt. C,wkt,y ni Gl.it.jr. 0
Klne trrel, Honolulu,
Nthlku Sue Co, I
Othu Su?r Co
OUl Su. Co
.Il'ICY FIHIIT PIJU'S.
Tho freshest In town at nsiipon,
Smith & Co.'s.
The largest circulation in the islands ? The quality and flavor is recoc
nizwl as the best, anJ cannot be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
ijiup f l
NAME OH STOCK
C. Bttwtf &0trpiny
American Suitif Co.
fcwt I'ljnuiion 1.0
lUwillanAETkulturalCo i.owowo too1
HillnCnm &Su Co. i,)iffr too
Hallin SuEr Co i.ckooo iot
Honomu Sugar Co i$o,ono oo'
Honnka Sujar Co aoou.ono i.
Haiku Sugar Co joocoo loo
Kahuku (MinUtlon Co jennw ro
Kamalo Suit: Co UJ J 1 ts,enj n,
Kainalo Sue Co, pi up I a joroto' yi
I.J'W.OOO I osj
m, i Si
K ahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sujar Co . ,
Kona Sugar Co., at
Kona Sugar Co.,rl up
Maunalct Sugar Cc.at
Maunall Su Co.rJ up
tJl.V lot -t
t ;6x un
Ookala Sugar l'lan Co.
Olaa SuCo.UJ. pj up f 1 t.vw.noot
I (oro,oiio to,
fn un looi
4 tnim tnrv
t.ow,ono! tool lj!i
J. rJ uo f
O owilu CfinTanv
Paiuhau Su l'lan. Co
t'aclfic Sugar Mill
Pala llantatlon Co . j
tvpttkto Sugar Co
Plnnnr Mill Co
WalatutAgr Co al
WalaluaAgr.Co, pd up j
Walanat Company .
Waiiuku Sugar Co.. ..
Walmaiulo hugar Co
Walmfa Mtll Co t
Inlfr-UltnJ SttamN Co
Mawallai 1 ivtric Co
Hon. Rapid r.6tUn1Co
Hon SiMm Laundry i
ICona-Kau T Tr,i lit
Mutual Tlffhfini Co
Makar)CorrvfCo.L,aa ) .
Makaha " Ld pd op
wanu kv una i . , j,wjo ioo'
Pfopt.'t cvftRt'eCo: ;jo.ooo' l0o
Hawaiian Gov 6 percent ...
Hawaiian Gov. sprrcrnt' .,
Haw (J PofttSaviUrri
H1I0 R R, Co. C ftt cent
-w rianiai n o per cent . . .
Kanukit I' nt. ft r,.r rn,
O.hu k& LmJCcrrc .
Sale 10 Pioneer, ft 5500.
An estimate, based on preliminary
reports from all tho mines In Alabams.
show that coal produced for the Am
six months of the year 4-xrccileil 4,51)0.-
000 tons, and It U thought that the pro
duction for the year will not full lindisr
crease of 1.C0O.O0O tons over last year.
9,000,000 tons. This would show an In-
I MAGIC I
i WAFERS 5
l ,1 1 .1 .. Mill 1 1 1 1 UN
E"Z to carry
euro o head
Id vn nn ln:iaitK
We are. showing
the largest assortment of
E5 A. jXT DEI XT C3L- & WM
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 onQhand at
No. 10 Fort Street