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THE EVENING -BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H; I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,,
If you want .
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Paint-sOils and Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing doods,
Sliver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Moers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite SpreckelsSBmk.
BASEBALL FOR SATURDAY,
The Maklkl and Kakaako teams will
play a game Of baseball tomorrow', nt
the baseball grounds on Ktnau street.
Following are the players. Doth teams
are In excellent condition and a good
game Is looked (or:
Maklkl-Q. Kaholwal, c.; J. Wil
liams, p.; J. Sylva, lb.; AkonI, 2b.,
Klwa, 2b.; Jno. Bento (captain) oa.;
J. Medelros, If.; F. Freltlts, cf.; H.
nodrlgues, rf. Subs, H. Honan, J. Fer
nandez, M. Simpson.
Kakaako Kahaulello, c; II. De
frles, p.; H. Kolowena, lb:; C. Kaannl,
2b.; Jos. Iao, 3b.; C. Jones (captain),
ss.; Kelho, rf.; Kanekoa, cf.; W. Biuii,
If. Subs, Poatfa, Cockett, Kawalklnl.
The winner of this game will chal
lenge any team In the city for n game
for the following Saturday,
Ceylon and Maralcnbo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
HEW BNGUND BAKERY,
Punnhou vs. E. O. Hall & Son.
There wlK be a return game of base
ball between the Punahou and E. 0.
Hall & Son teams on the Maktkl
grounds Saturday at the regular time.
Tho Punnhou boys have very mater
ially strengthened tbelr team, taking
on such men as Messrs. Clarence Cooke
and Hemenway. The E. 0. Hall boyi
gave the Punahous a good drubbing
last week but they will not have such
an easy time of It tomorrow.
Display off . . .
ART LBAT HR WORK
from the studio of
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd.
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan. fa
COMB AND SEE US.
Fort Si., Honolulu, H. I.
THE BUSH! MUSIC (0., LTD.. Progress Block I
A Remnant Sale
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Prof. Koebete has gone to Hawaii.
The Amelia sailed In hallait for the
The Iroquois Is taking on ballast at
the Navy dock.
C. It. Dickey returned to Maul In
tho Mauna t.oa today.
The Noeau brought 1352 bags of su
gar for T. A .Schaefcr & Co.
A nice cool room In good location Is
for rent. See To Let column on pago
Notice of tho annual meeting of tho
Kaplolanl Eilhte appears under New .
The Noean reports n very rough trip (
to Hatnakua but the return was very .
W. A. Kinney, Col. De I.a Vcrgne,
Wm. Illalsdell and Mrs. Hundley !iao
gone to Kauai. I
Notice to Itepubtlcans of the Flri-t
Precinct, Fourth District, appears luu-'
der New Today.
furniture nnd glassware will bo
sold nt auction. See Jas. F. Morgan's
column for particulars.
On Wednesday, August 29, Jas .F.
Morgan wilt sell wooden, buildings ut
auction. Sec his column. V '
In tho Police Court this forenoon
Joaquin Sllra was fined $2 and costs
on the charge of cruelty to animals.
cQo. lions has returned to aMui.
James Wakcflcld has gone to Kona
for a vacation of two or three weeks.
An administrator's notice for the
settlement of bills with the estate of
John Phillips appears under New To
day. Notice of the closing of the stock
books of the Oahu Sugar Co. and Pio
neer Mill Co. nppenrs under New To.
Thirty-six Inch percales at 10c ptr
yard ami ladles night gowns nt 53
cents nre on sale at the Pacific Import
Co. Seo a'ar;-
The concert In the KnuninkuplH
chnpel tomorrow night should not In
forgotten. An excellent program at
music will bo provided.
The committee appointed by tho la
bor unions to collect money for tho
celebration of Ijihor Day are out on tho
street nt work today.
A small black dog was run over ard
killed by one of tho ePople's KxprcY
wagons la front of W. O. Irwin
Co.'s early this afternoon.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Ah Sin, Ah sut and Ah See, charged
with unlawful possession of opium,
had their cnBes set for a later date.
A white horse fell Into tho sower
ditch at the corner of I.ellhn nnd KInR
h tree to this morning. Tho poor ani
mal was hauled out utter a great deal
Amiini. Mm f1ntvirtiifia fi.p.Tintt ...til
Hawaii ports In the Mauna I.oa this
forenoon nero the following: Miss P jt'
Helen Robinson, Miss Mabel Iloblneou, ' ? !it$JJiii".lllilll2f.S)iTSli:
C. II. Dickey, Mrs. Lcnunon, II. Hegel' ,
ken, Solomon Kmilmoku, .Mr. anil Mrs. i
J II. Porteous, Dr. Ilonntt, Mr. 'nnd
Mrs. C. M. Walton nnd T. C. Wills. g
Mlhnrn, a Japanese, was Injured hy'
tho falling of a house at the Dlnmond
Head quarries Thursday. Tho accident
was caused by the digging operations
too close to the building. Other labor
ers were hurt but Mlharn was tho only
one who required medlcnl attendance.
He was taken to tho Queen's hospital
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON..
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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.
m r MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
A few dollars
DOU'X ami a FKW DQLr
LA 1,'S a MOSTH
buy you a complete Sel 6
your home in nit up-to-date
ninnnrr ami furnish it com
an attractive home ami do t
on eaty terwe.
furniture sold on the Installment
plan at the . . .
LACBS, &C, &c.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantied.
m F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box y&
HONOLULU STOCK HXCHANGB
Honolulu, August S4, 190.
Bargains - for - Everybody -WHITNEY
& MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 4J6.
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ALICE COOKIi FROM 80UND.
Farmer llornbcak Uncle Lynnn
Swank Is the BtranRrst old man I over,
b.iv. Farmer Hawbuck How's that,
Bzry? Farmer Hornheak Why, nn
matter what kind of .1 storv you tell
him, It neVer reminds him ot anything.
"lxok here, sir!" exclaimed the
maiden lady, "I want yon to take hack
that parrot you sold me. I II nil that It
swenrs very liatlly. Well, madam,
replied tho dealer, "It's a very yours
bird; It'll learn to swear more lierfot
ly when It's n bit idder." rhlhdilit-.'n
ViiViiViViiViiiiiiVi7. E"21 1 carry
t RAVJ1V. S; p.T wav to
tuKHSiruKSi t A way to
if WAFERS ilaohe
s; cure a head'
The American schooner Alice Cook'!,
I'enhallow master, arrived In port thU
moraine. 22 da)s from I'ort Townsend
with a carso of U5O.00O feet of lumber
consigned to lowers & Cooke. The
i Alice Cooko Is now alongside the wh.trf
at the end of Allen street. Captain
I'enhallow reports as follows on the
Trip from tho Sound: " ''
"Had fine iweather from start :o
flnleh. rnseed San Francisco when five
days out from the Cape. Didn't seo a
sail the whole way down. The first
thing sighted was a log ot wood two or
three days ago. Tut out a fishing lino
one day and took a nap on deck. Wake
ened to find line broken from tho pl.ico
1 1 had tied It. Relievo I must' havo
been followed by the Ilcnlto whnle."
The Alko Cooko brings nine 8 para
which nre among the very largest that
have ever come to this port. The larg
est one is 100 feet long, 39 Inches nt the
I butt nnd 23 at the top. About 7S00 feet
of lumber are rontnlncd In this spar.
Mrs. Penhaltow was the only mt'i
ger In the Alice Cooke on this trip.
I , .
t MflVKMRliTR OP RTKAMRFIS.
Steamers due nnd Balling for the re
mainder of this and the' whole ot next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Rue
Uuollc-R F Aug. 2S
Australia 8. F. Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
Doric B. V, Aug, 2S
Wurrlmoo Victoria Auyfci)
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SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JUST RECEIVED a line line of Crys'al Etched and Crstal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
L oSr IIoum ruinUlilnj. OooJt. Crockery nJ Olm,t( .f jo
l KlnKfttrtet, Honolulu.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwef & Company
American bugir t.o. . r t ,500,000
Ewa Plantation Co . f 5,000,000
Mamoa Plantation Co 173.000
Macallan Com ft Su Co. 1,111,730
"1,17, Dli Ad
Hawaiian Sugar Co
It onomu Migar un
Haiku 2uRar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamaln Sue Co. riup
Klv-ahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Suear Co. . ,
Kona Sugar Co. at
Kona Suear Co..pJ up
Maunalrl Sugar Co,a
Maunal) Su Co.rJ up
NihlkuSug Co. LtJ ji
nrvl rww t fw
JOO.COOi I Off
1 00,000 1
r.t... c... 1
Onomea Sugar Co. '
Ookata Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu. Co.. LtJ , a I
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co '
Pacific Sugar Mill.
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pfpftken Sugar Co
Pkmrer Mill Cn ..
Walalua Agr Co., at)
WalaluaAgr.Co, pJ up
Walanaa Coir pa ny . .
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co
WlliM StMrtlihlp Co '
Intrr-UtanJ Sttam N Co
Hawaiian ! Itttric Co
Hon MapliT AtLanJCo,
Hon. St am Laundry
Mutual Tt Ifphone Co ,
Makaha " L4.pJ upj
Oahu Ry Mini Co '
People's ce & K'l'g Coj
Hawaiian Hov 6 per cent
llfttelll 1 hA r.nt
II1I0H K. Co, 6 r (rntj
Ew PUnut n 6 per cent
Kattuku Plint. 6 rrr cent
O.hu H 8t Ltn 1 Co, pr cl
1 3.000! loo
Sale-5 Pioneer, $155.00.
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
I'hyelclnns In tho State Prison at
Coliimh'iu, Ohio, luno Just taken a flft-t.
tinner from the hand of Will Dyers, a
coin let. Ilyern Is BcnliiK a term iar
rohhlnR the malls and found that nit
extra finger Interefered with Is work
In the glove shop ot the prison.
A team of Knnsns City flrrmen is
now on the way to l'arls to take part
In the firemen's tournnment there.
Every man Is n trnlncnl athlete anl
they eonlldently look forwnrd to shov
ing foreigners kome new wrinkles !
We are showing
the largest assortment of
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 Cat 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 onQhand at
; . E. W. Jordan,
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