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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON..
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Hardware, Cteckery, Glassware,
Painty Oil anJ Varnishes Electro
Hew, Chandeliers, Lamp) end Lamp
House Furnishing Ootids,
Silver PlateJ Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Waie and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wfre
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Moans, Lawn Sprinl.lers, Hlgh-firajs
Cutters, Etc. Etc
Plantation 6uvplle8 or
BUY THEM FROM
Csylon and Maraicabo
ind PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Fort St., opposite SpreckelsJBink.
Our goodi are made FRESH
everyday and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
J. Oswald Lutted,
AMERICANS HOLD TENNIS CUP
Boston, Aug. 9. The Davis 'tennis
trophj will remain for at leant one
year more In America, the victory of
Ward .and Davis over Black and Bar
rett, In the doublet! on the Longwood
corute this afternoon giving the Amer
icans a. mnjorlty of .wins, even If they
should lose the two remaining matches
which will be playpd tomorrow. Thl
home team won because It played
steadier and more scientific tennis and
because It was evenly balanced. Sum
mary: Word and D. F.. Davis (Ameri
can) bivt E. D. Black and II. R. Bar
rett (English) C 4, C 4, C 4.
Peter Knnloknl Caught.
Peter Knnloknl, the native boy sent
to the Reform School a few days sines
for stealing a bicycle, escaped from
that Institution Monday, tnklng with
him a sheet and a coverlet. He mndo
his way out to Kallhl and, on the road,
.stole one of. the government lantersn
put out as a danger slgnii.. He was
finally caught by the very, person from
whom he had stolen the bicycle rnd
taken to the police station by that per
son. Peter will undoubtedly be 1 sorry
he did not let well enough alone.
BULLETIN OF NEW
From Kingdom to Colony" By Mary
I "The Rsbel'V-By H. B. Marriott-Watson.
I "Geber-By Kate A. Benton.
'Feo" By Max Pentiterton.
"The Green Flag" By Conan Doyle.
"D. Dlnkelfplel"-By Geo. V. Hohart.
"Phillip Wlmwood" By Robert N.
"Booming of Acre Hilt" By John Ken-
"A Manifest Destiny" By JulU Ma
"Sophia" By Stanley J. Weyman.
"Red Potlage" By Mary Cholmondley.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
aiialQ!rt3rtir3'niiwmiT .swiumtimsta WJesrnfmlsWsRa
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan. &
COMB AND SEE US.
HE (DeiM MM (i LTD.. Progress Block
Fort St., Honolulu, H. I.
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THE SIBERIAN RAILWAY.
The Russian Imperial authorities an
nounce that about n month hence tho
Great Siberian Railway will he In a
position to bring St. Petersburg Into
comparatively easy reuch of Port Av
Ihur by means of the following route:
From St. Petersburg to Irkutsk by tin
mall trains In ten days; from IrkuUk
and across Lake Rnlknl to Stretensic
In four days; thence by steamer to
Khabarovsk In seven days; and from
Khabarovsk via Nlkolskaya to Port
Arthur In three days. Thus, the entire
Joufney will occupy twenty-four days,
and not only will It be much shorler
than the present sea route to the Far
East, but tho cost will be fur lev.
From the former point of view this now
route will be of Immense value to Rus
sia In moballslug its troops. In nil
probability also workmen's trains will
begin to run during the pieseut sum
liner betwPn Vhulluistook and Pud
Arthur: ns the work of I)Iiik down
the lino on this section In bring ran led
on with unusual activity.
A. L. C. Atkinson Is slightly under
the weather. ,
The S. N. Castle has hauled nlongsulo
the Oceanic wharf.
The Pound .Master's notice of cstrayt
appears under New Today.
American Messenger Service, Ma
sonic Temple, Tol. Main 199.
Four nicely furnished rooms are for
rent. See To Let column on pago 8.
Knapann'a trial for mayhem reached
the stage of closing argument Just be
The S. O. Wilder instead of the Mo
hican taking sugar from the Maunn
I. on today.
Notice of the closing 6f thn stock
books of the O. R. & U Co. appears un
der New Today.
The .Mlkahala, James Mnkeeand Ko
auliou will be In from Kauai ports to
The Transport Slam should bo along
at almost any time now. She will bring
later newB of the world.
A galvanic Feradlc battery electilc
roller for removing wrinkles Is tor
sale. See For Sale column on nage 3.
Things are very quiet along the wa
ter .front today. There has not been a
slnglo arrival of a foreign or local ves
sel Wm. Rawlins leaves In Xhe Austra
lia to return to his studies at Yale.
The present will be his last year ut
The second rifle team of the police
force and the second team of Co. F wilt I
shoot n match at the Iwltel butts on ;
Tho Jate Japanese papers stato that
the freighter Algoa was-to 1mo Yoko
hama lor San Francisco, via this poit,
on the 17th Inst.
Judge Sllllman Is hearing the Moo
Inn minors' guardianship contest, In
which Thos. Murray and wife petition
to be appointed guardians.
Panacwn and Klaama were arrested
yesterday, on the chnrgo of assault
and battery on Knalwalu. As the com
plaining witness did not appear, thf)
case was continued and tho two nfi
were allowed to go on their rirotnlMO
that they would appear nt the roper
The Co. F men want their second
learn to shorn against the flrnt lnrtm.l
of the second team of the police. All
signs point to an Ignominious defeat of
thf police It tho present program is
carried out. The second team of Co
F has been doing good woik of lato
and would undoubtedly glvo the firs
team of the police nil they want to do.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth and
Officer Apana went up on Tantalus
eariy mis morninK, inning huh incm n
Tong Sing, the Chlntso hnckman who'fj
was so brutally beaten nnd robbej
.there some weeks ngo by a native. The
Chlnamnn Is still in very bad shnpo
and tho officers had to carry him on
their shoulders from the carriage to the -placo
where tho assault was comtnlttnl, , i.
Pcler Knnloknl, the young man who
ran nwny fiom the Reform School Mon
day was given nn extra six months by
Judgo Wilcox this morning. During
the trlnl of the young mnn, It wus
I.KnKi.1., ntll ,l.n. DllnnlH(nH.1.n( ?nail
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ham had stntcd that It was very dllll- -cult
to keep Knnloknl within (ho limits SL
of tho Reform School premises. Tho
young man himself ndmltted running
away and, when asked why ho stulo
ono of thf lanterns from tho street,
stated that he did this bcausc the
night was so dark and ho was afraid
o( falling Into a hole.
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DO WW nnd a FKI' DOfr
LA11S a MOiXTlI
buy you a complete S(t
your home in anUuit).Jite
manner and furniih it rom
an attractive home and do t)
on cany termi.
The only thing In a dres shoe Is a BUTTON BOOT of the latest last, and we
hor them InPatent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby and stylish.
m MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
ot&" Furniture sold on the Installment
plan at the . . .
FINISH STYLE and PRICE -TO YOUR TASTE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
?19 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
12 I.. n II v V;
The perfection . . .
tUACK CLOTH COVEKING,
A hitherto unknown portrait of
Ooetho has turned up in Germany. It
Is a sketch, and the work of John Heln
rich Ramberg. In 1791 tho artist miulo
Ooctho's ncnunlntnncc at Korner'a
Tiouse. Oocthe, so It Is snld, was tell
ing those present the souicc of his in
spiration when he wrote "Der Wander
er." Ramberg was struck with the
enthusiasm of the poet and nt once
made the sketch. Tho picture has ro
mnlned In the Korner family for n cen
tury nnd has Just been presented to tho
floethe nnd Schiller nrchlves at Weimar.
carried lnnpket! r"e"""es a Cameu' W,,en not ln "Je can be folded flit and
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JUriT RECEIVED "line Hue of Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
or Holm Fumlihlnit O0..J1, Crkiy anJ GUnwtie ,
Mnc tirnl. Honolulu.
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
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced WatchMaker .
... All work xuarantMd.
20$ Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 59a
HONOLULU 'STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, August 22, 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C, rtriwt r & GMDptny
Amrkn Suer Co.
HiitnA I'linf at Inn Cn
175 000 !
Hawaiian Com &Su Co.i t.jit 750' i
fiwnan tutc' ''
Honomu Sugar Co
Haiku Suer Co
Kahuku Planlatlnn Co,
KamaloSue Co Ltd a
Kamalo Su(t Co. pdup
Klhel I'.Co.LU rJup
Kliahulu Sufar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Xona Sugar Co . ai
Knna Sucf Co..pJ up
Maunalel Sugar Co as
Maunal) Su Co pi up
uahu Mirar w ,
Ookata Sup.'f rIO. V
Taauhau bu. Plan Co
PaU Plantation Co ...
Ppfkeo ugar Co
fl.ckjn i.a A'
ti 5,oooj to'
1 ,050,000' 50
1(0,000! foe I
joe ,000 j loo-
too ono Irwil.
8u.joo. to H
6nr,0OO tool l)lH
j uwuj yj.
W.l.lu, Aff Co.. at I
w.uiuiA.r to. pj up
Walluku Suear Co
Walmanalo Sucar Cu
Walinea Mill Co
WllJ.r Sleamthlp Cn
Inlrr-UlanJ Strain N Cn
HawaMan Llrctrk Cn
Hon Strain Laundry
Kona-KauT &T Ci.Lli
Mutual Tetrphonr Cu
MakahaCollcrCa.l,a I I
Makaha " U pi up 1
Oihu Ky h L.nJ Cu ,
Ptoplt't Cl Si K I k Co,
HawallanGov S percent
Hawaiian Gov. j pr crnt
llilo R K.Co. 6 percent
Ewa Ptantat n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant. 6 nr rnt .
Oahu H Ai LanJ Co pr c
j 730,000 loo
I TJ0.OO01 loo
I tjooo,twi ,00
f. 103,000, 100
f 50,000 100
1 13,0,0 ol
Sales 10 Walalu.1. Jiu.oo: Walilui.
U4oo; i5Vlalua, J144.00; 8 Ploneet,'
Armor Plate Contract.
Washington, Aug. 10. At the open
ing of bids at the Navy Department tor
armor plate, tho Iletlilehcm and Car
negie companies submitted identiral
bhls, each for about 18,200 tons of the
3G.OO0 tons advertised for, at $100 fur
thick nrmor nnd $111.20 for the thin.
Tho only other bid was from the Mid
valo Steel Company, which proposed to
furnish the whole amount of armor,
without charging nny rojnltles, on a
sliding scale from US up. This com
pany Is unwilling to contract for leas
than 20,000 tons.
We are showing
Vsi'iV 1 f 1 im 1 1 m iVV
1 E"Zvy to
euro a hand
, ti iHi nil il(gUl,
NCW l)OCl(H lit ClINllllVUIIi
Uvrllli, .Aug. U. 'I Ju lliiinhiirrf.
Aiuirlcnil Hleiiiuslilp Ciiiupaii)-, iiiuhr
un iigriemciit with tlm lluiuhiiig rlcii
nte. It creallnj! 11 liirgiMoliiiiy fur wmU
nun mid eii'itluu luillilliius at Out
liiivm, whllii II111 Ki'iinlu niiisinullipi
Ilium lutt huh ducks fur Hip llnu IIiimu,
!Tll lllllll Papl'IISIt will I mi 11l.mil J.
j iiuo.uoo murks, Winn tlm v,urk I t'diii
I'lt'lti) lliu iimi"iii''s ili'iinit'is will Ml
, 0 "i t from mid nhu u Uiialiu,uji,
the largest assortment of
-El A 1ST RUGS
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise
Tapestrv, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Caipet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oiloloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door .Mats,
always onQhand at
E. W. Jordan ,
No. 10 Fort Street.
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