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Till! UVHNINO IIUI.I,B1IN HONOliULUi II. I.. SAIUIUMY, AUOU51 (, lyJ.
LOCAL AND flENEIML.
..THE FIRST OP THE SEASON, .'A few dollars
If you want . .
IhrJw.itf, Cftxltfty, niiwitf,
I'rtMjaQlli .iJ VarnlihH, BlMtw
llfJi. Chunsltllertf l.itmri nJ Lamp'
Houne Purnlslilttp; (looilj,
Silver Plitei Ware, Cutlery. Packet
Knle, WaJc anJ butchers' Rams.
Rubber llce. either rhln or wire
bounJ, Minlli or Sisal rore. Laun
Movers, Lawn Sprinkler, lllcn'Kran
Cutteri, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
Tlio Hawaiian Hardware
Fort St., opposite Spreckels-Bink.
Ceylon ninl Maul ,tbi
and PKAI.INISS ....
FKIiNCU UOSS, Ktc.
POISONED BY COIN.
Oakland, August 8. Deputy City
Treasurer Charles W. Co e Is an example
of the fact that dangerous microbes may
live, thrive and be carried about 'on gold
and sliver coins. For the past six months
Cole has suffered from a distressing skin
disease which baffles the skill of the best '.
physicians. The eruptions first appeared
on the fingers, and the doctors
were unanimous In declaring that the
disease was contracted from the coins con
stantly being handled by the Deputy
From the fingers one hand and finally
both became affected. Cole was relieved
for a time, but the ruptlons returned
later. At the same time his eyes became
Infected with a more' aggravated form of
the dlease. The victim of the peculiar
malady Is now under the care of Dr. E. N
According to Deputy Treasurer Cole, tbe
money paid Into the office comes In all
stages of uncleanllness; sometimes wrap
ped In dirty old rags and again In gteasy
leather purses that have seen years of ser
vice In the pokets of their none too clean
Mr. Cole now handles all monev with
gloves and will continue to do so until some
plan of disinfection can be perfected.
Our good arc m.ule FRESH
every day nml cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported GooJs
J. Oswald Lutted,
Fine Job Printing at
ART LBATHRR WORK
from the studio ol
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan. C
COMB AND SEE US.
II BEMSnOI MUSIC ., IB., Progress Block
Fort Si., Honolulu, H. I.
m n rta Mj to m Ha to Ha Ri M r- fcj :: HMRi f pa Pa pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa m
II A All mi l In tnftti Mln
I. A ThMrtlnti rtttuiinl from Kl it I
In I lie Haul thin morning.
A imlltf to tiilet of thf fourth !,
trlrt fourth luiiliict rippwirs lilnl-f
A notice to Itepuhllfiini of tho thlnl
lirnltirt fourth illitrlel, ninnnm under
tJliim. Hutler. a ileum was nrrrslt-1
thin morning mi the charge of assault
nil it battery.
Nntlrc to the Itrniihllcan olrri of
the nrth precinct, fourth district ap
pears muler New Today.
I.I Cheung, not the Chinese Inter
preter, nun arrested this morning on
the charge of common nuisance.
Nnllei) to llepuhllcans of the setenth
lirerlnct. firtti district for n precli'ct
meeting appear under New Today.
Notice of the appointment nuiilo
upon the ltii.nl Hoard of Koolnupoko
nml Walmen appear muler lly Author
ity. A meeting of the second precinct.
fourth itlatrlct Hrpubllcnns Is eallel
for August 3lBt. See notice under New
Thrie will be a meeting of the Woman's
Guild of the Second Congregation of St.
Andrews, In the school room Monday, at
Notice to republicans of the fifth
district, first precinct of a precinct
meeting on August 31 apepars under
Notice to Kcpuhllcans of the fifth
district, fourth precinct of n precinct
meeting on August 31 appears under
Captnln Saunders of the St. Kathar
ine, who went to Kauai for n trip a
short time ago, returned in the Wain
lento this morning.
The James Makee reports rough
weather at Kapaa nml Anahola, mak
ing it necessary for her to aiay tlneo
days at Ilnnnmaulu.
Tho Maul camo in from Kthel this
morning bringing no cargo. It wilt be
remembered that she made a speclLl
trip to that place last week.
Notice that the Wnlklkl Inn will he
open tomorrow and that refreshments
will lie served as usual to guests and
patrons appears on page 2 today.
Tho Maul from Klhel this morning
reports that the Ilentcln has finished
discharging at Klhel and that she will
sail In ballast for the Sound tomorrow.
Rev. J. A. Cruan will preach at the
First Methodist Epl'copal church tomo.
row (Sunday) August 26, at 11 a. m , and
7:30 p. m. Seats free and a welcome to
Tho Hclcno will be ready to sail on
her iisunl run again by tho flr.it of next
week. She has been given a thorough
overhauling and Is in fine coudltton
The Klnau arrived from Hllo and wav
ports at about W5 p. m todiv. She
brought the following cargo: ioj sheer,
74 sks potatoes, f; sks corn, 4G aegs and j
While watching tho operations nf
workmen on the Hclcno yesterday. Cap
tain ClarKo of the Wilder Steamship
Co. had his left foot bruised by the
falling of a piece of Iron.
There will be two baseball games
this afternoon, 'weather permitting.
The I'unnhou and Halt teams will play
on the grounds of tho former, while
tho Maklkt and Kaknako teams will
use the baseball grounds.
ioiiw ...' 1 raw .
The only thing In a dress slue Is a tlUTTON BOOT of the latest last, and we
have them In Patent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby and stvllsh.
Wi McINBRNY SHOE STORE.
fc"jr JrN rnmfHtir
your liimt in an n.fn-4rt
tmmntf unil fnn' it rrm
an iillmrlitf lomr nrul ifv ft
on tiny Imnt.
A Remnant Sale
LACB8, &c, &c.
otnr Furniture sold on the InsUllmert:
plan it the . . .
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . . -
... All worK guxriniru.
205 Hotel Street . . . P.O. Box 51a
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANCB
Honolulu, August 25, igx.
NAME OF STOCK pjfj'"it7 Bll 'A.
Bargains - for - Everybody
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
fci tji ra mi ra it ta wa ns pn r. pj ::t d n iu ft a n n a r.
The perfection . . .
C. Brtfttr & Company
Ewa I Mania I Ion Co ...
Hawaiian i.om ol u k-o.
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Honnmu Sugar Co ...
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Surif Ca
Kahuku Martatlnn Co
Kamalo Sug Co L1J a
Katnato SugCo, pi up
Klvahulu Sugar Co. .,
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co., a
Kona Sugar Co. M up
Maunalrl Su Cn.rd up
nA w4 lrtl
1 oooJrw) tni l
30a onoj fldj "
tl,chjot n' Y'
NiMku Sue Co. UJ
u.nu nuear u
Oiili.l. Sueir lltn. Co.
OI Su. Co.. Ltd..
PjfpP 25CENTS EACH
b When In use rtsembles a Camera,
C carried In pocket.
B. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
E JUriT RECEIVED
MACK ClOTII COVtklNO,
FL T IdLDINr,
When not In use can be folJed flit and
a tine line of Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
ci" llouil Fumlihlni O0.1J1, CriKkeiy in Glaitwift Jo
rl Kins trrt. Honolulu,
U U O
A 1 I tSl
w i 8 S ?3
E"2L to carry
PT to tnkc
IS NAVllL s:. tr.T wav tc
U lumps' t wa tc
:snS,.HHl5,'s'- outo a head
i WAFERS siaohe
Tho following from tho diatoms
regulations of the United States of 1MU
Imvu bven posted at tho Custom Homo
Art. 1805. No person not connected
ollk'ially with the Custom seivlce bIiii'I
be allowed admission to a Customs
office except during business hours,
unless by epeclal authority nt the col
lector or other olllcer of tho port.
Art. loOu'. Access by any miollklnl
ptrstn to ofllclal records, or to any cory
tTiertcf, In a department of custuma,
mint be denied, excejit upon written
application setting forth tho rcusona
for such request, to be approved in
1 writing by the collector or othe chief
ofllcT of the customs. No Inspection nf
any Item In an ofllclal record shall In
made except by a person Interested
I Art, 1S07. Collectors, navnl officers,
surveyors and appraisers of customs
will seo these regulations are entonvit
, In their respective offices, and tho
I willful violation thereof will bo con
sidered sufficient cause for removal.
I'revlous to the coming Into forco
of the Customs regulations here, thvc
was a great deal of freedom In tbe mat
ter of varjous persons looking over tho
I IiooI'.b behind the railings of tho Cus
tom House. Theio Is no longer any 1 1
this allowed and, In order that every
one may sen that there Is law in thy
matter, the regulations hnvo been port
ed aud published.
Among the arrivals from Hllo and way
ports In the Klnau to-day were the folio;.
ing: Judge Frear, Prof. W Mavvel',
C. C. Kennedy and wife, Dr. W. I..
Mooie and wife, Geo. Ross and wife, Mrs.
G. W. Paty, the Misses Paty, W. Hough
tailing E. D. Baldwin, Geo. Rodlek, F.
M. Wakefield and Rev. J. A Cruzan.
A "Cooler" for hot days, at Uenson,
Smith & Co.'s fountain.
Lord Pnuncefote Is not 11 university
graduate, although he has tho degree of
I.I.. I), from Harvard and Columbia.
Ho arqulrcd most of his higher educa
tion tliioiigh reading.
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
OlaaSuCo.LU.r up I
Olowalu Lnirrany . ..
,'aaunau 2u, nan. 11
Pacific Sujra, Mill. . I
Pala Plantation Co.... I
IVrfko Sugar Co . .
Walalua Aer Co., ail
WalalujAcr.Co, r J up I
Walana. Company . ,
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmamtn Suear Co !
Walnua Mill Co . . I
Intr-Ulani Strain N Co
Haoallan I Irctrlc Co
Hon. Stram Laundry. I
Kona.Kau 1 Kl uo.lij
Mutual Tctrrhnne Co
Makltt " LJrJupf
Oanu Ry & Lan 1 Co
f topi. I let & Kit U
Hawaiian Gov vpfrctnt
niio k K.t.0. o p,r cent
Ewa Plantat n A per cent
Kahuku Plant. 6 Far cant
Oatiu H Land Co, pr c
.. I -J ..
,ftoo.ooo ,00 tsijfj
joo ewo too .
i.im.nm: trni Ol1
f,Saouo. too ttJi
I $,ooox tv
Sales ico Kthel,a.,5l).2S; w Klhd.i,,
1 1 3.50; 20 O. R. & L. Co.. Ji8a.co; 5 llr
nomu, fijo.co; 50 Kahuku, f 2530; p
Pioneer, f 155.00: 5 Oahu, $155.00; 15;
Oaliu.f 155.00; Pioneer, $155.00; ;Ooliu.
$155.00; 15 Oanu, fl55.co; 15 Pioneec.
Tho schooner Aloha for Laysan Iiit
auil, tho ship Iroipiols In ballast for lVj
Sound nml the Mohican for San Kraz.
Cisco with a small amount of sugar. aU
sail this afternoon. The S. N. C(fu
will get nwuy about Wednesday.
Tbe Evening Dulletln, 75 cents vs
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 Caipet 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
was a ureat deal of freedom in tbe mat- nXWdyO UllMxltillU. d,b A
ter of varjous persons lookJnK over tho , jjS
E. W. Jordan, 4
Th. Brsnlng Dulletln. 75 oenu p- , , ' J&J NO. 0 vOrt iSXHBOU !,