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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 27, 1900, Image 5',
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Moi, lnwn Sprinkler, Hli;lrK'M
Cutttr, fctc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
Ce I'm ami Mcintlt ,ibo
ami l-KAMNHS ....
FKENCH BOSS, lite.
Fort St.i oppotlte Sprcckel Dink.
Militia for Maui
' Now ton the Tapis
Walluku, Aug. 25. There Is talk In
Wnlluku now of forming a volunteer
military company, the same aa ha
been granted to Hllo. Walluku and
Kahulul can muiter enough material to
form the nuclues of such an organiza
tion. Major J. V. Pratt la In favor of
Our rwkU nre ma Jo FltliSII
eery ilny ami cost about HALF tlio
price of Stale ImportcJ GooJs.
MEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
The li'iii'i" irf 1 a irt- I Mr iniiiiMi'rhi
iii HtUr N' lxjnr
IIik wri-rk h( the S'nrma hM Ictti
mild Id Hurry tltm for l'o
1 he e liimnet JeMle Mltiw arrlvnl In
llureka from Kallua Aimiut II
.MIm lnrn VmIhI nf Han Jim I)
llllim with Mm. A. N. Klti-hlr
A iiii-HIiik lit the llawnllnii l)rlln
Antorlatloii at ii3 Innlaht. Sec htitWo
tniiler New Today.
I'M.. I.tlln. .if litn..lfitf ..Ml.... .
wanted fur eelal work among laillrt.
Hco Wants milium.
The regular meeting of lxlge l
I'liigrei ll lie held IoiiIkM at T.30 In
the Maminlc Temple.
I'ltlrf Justice W. I'. Krear appeared
at III chambers this morning, luoklug
well nfter liU trip to Hllo,
A hiiime of four mom with kltrhcn,
hath ami large ground la wanted Keo
Want rolimui on pane 8,
At Caul IJgry's rerltal at the Opera
House Hcptemlier Sfttli Mm. Annls Mini
tagtip Turner and Ml Carrie CnMle n
..THE NU8T 01 THE SEASON.. A few clolUii-8
mil r,. . II
l,lt . SIi1H
'') y it ri'Wftre
Among the arrlvaJa from Kauai ports
In the V. G. Hall Sunday morning were
the following: 0. N. Wilcox, l'aul It.
Isenberg, V. A. Kinney, S. H. Com
stock, H. H. Perry, W. A. Baldwin, E.
n. Wilcox and Mrs. W. n. nice Jr.
ChllJren of the primary school
who woulJ like to partleip.Ve In the
Labor Day parade will please call
and receive their badges from Miss
D ividson at the Boar'd of Education
ART LBVTHHR WORK
from the studio of
NBW YORK'S MOST
One thousand barrels of (lermanla
The only thing In a drtt shne Is a HUH ON HOOT of the l.itet ht,.md we
tenient will go under Morgan's ham- have them In Pjtent Leather anJ Tan, something nle, nobby and MvlMi
W. MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
mer nt the r'ishmarkrt wharf tomur
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
II wmm nt m
We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT for $250
each on the Installment plan. C
pt m pa m iq fa m fa P4 K R T-i : : fcx f-i Rt to Ps fu Pjj Pa Pa Ta s m a
COMB AND SEE US.
THE BERCSTROM IKK (0., LTD.. Progress Block
Fort Si., Honolulu. H.
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AHMI WON'T PAY
Walluku, Aug. 23. William Lucas
of Honolulu has Instituted a suit In tlio
Circuit Court of the Second 'Circuit
agulnft S. Ahml, the Chinese poten
tate of the Kula district. The suit Is
an action to recover money on u note
originally amounting to something
over $H00 to" H. C. 'Vlda for a very
valuable consideration, and the note
wbb endorsed by Mr. Vlda to Mr. Lu
cas, Mr. Ahml on careful exnmlnaflon
after signing the note, 'discovered that
the valuable consideration for which
be Issued the note, was not so valu
able after all, and ho now wishes to re
turn the same to the original iiwiiera
who are loath to take the samo back
under any consideration and would not
be satisfied with anything less than
solid gold coin of the realm. Mr, Ahml,
however, complains that the valuable,
consideration aforementioned haa been
very detrimental to him us weUJft,ttmt
of his numerous friends whom ho ex
pected would share with him In u
The committee nutlwirlted to collect
funds for the l.nbbr Day celebration
had something over 1 1 500 up to noon
All contractors and builders should
attend the sale of Ucrmanlu lenient
tomorrow at the old (Ishnurkct wharf
A fine steam launch for the use of
the branch of the Hospital Marine Scr
lee here was brought down by the
Jas. K. Morgan will put under the
hammer at the old flshmurkct wharf
tomonow 1000 barrels more or less of
Ucrmanlu cement In perfect condition.
Harmony Lodeo No. 3. 1. O. O. t.
meets tonight at 7: SO In Harmony Hall.
well as Mr. and .Mrs.' 1 1, M. Mott-Smltti
will assist In the musical part of the
A big consignment of cement ex
Carncdd Llewellyn will be sold at auc
tion at the llsliirinrket wharf tomor
luw, by order of the Hawaiian Fertili
zer Co., Its consignees.
Walter 11. Mating, clerk, nnd C. V.
lleynolds, stenographer, of the U. S.
District Court h.nc made themselves
solid with tlio press gang from the
start, by their great courtesy and rcuitl
ncss to oblige.
Abraham and Knloha were lined t'i
and costs In the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge of using vulgar and
profane language. J. Ilnn.ivltz and
Wm. Holono was fined $5 and costs on
the charge of affray.
A splendid chanco for contractors
builders to get a big lot of cement at
a low- flguro Is offered In the sale to
morrow by Jas. V. Morgan at the old
I'lshm.irketw half of 1000 barrels of
(ermanla cement ex Carncdd Llewel
lyn. Illll Polo nnd b Kernnndes were ar
rested Sattiulay nfternoou on the
iiargc of affray. In the Police Court
today, the latter proved that Pele was
drunk mid that he struck him, making
n defense necessary. I'ernnndes had
his caso nolle i;roa'il mid Pclo was fined
(5 mid costs.
Tlio Hawaiian Fertilizer Co. has or
dered sold a big shipment of Ccrm.inla
cement Just arrived ex Carnedd Llewel
lyn. The cement Is In perfect condition
and offers an excellent chance for somo
contractor to securo a bargain. Morgan
will sell It to the highest bidder at the
old Kishmarket wharf tomorrow.
One of the band boys left his horse
outside tho old barracks this morning
while he was Insldo practicing music
for the Iibor Bay parade. Someone
tooted one of the bass horns n little
too forcibly nnd the horse derided to
remain no longer. After a tew Jumps
and bounds about the drill shed
grounds, the wheels were left behind
and running around to the side of the
bat racks with the shafts and a part of
the body of the carriage, went thiough
o boaid fence. The animal was caught
a llttta later on.
A Remnant Sale
LACES, &C, &c.
fop - Everybody
wuHfirr mhiJ fvmM ft w
an ittlrnrlit homt nn-l ,' n
on nny ttrmi.
oitir I'uriilture saU on the Insurlmrrs
plan at the . .
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work gutraotai.
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Bx wo
HONOLULU HTOCK HXCHAN6B
Honotulu, August 77, 1933.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
The perfection . . .
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Al J up ' 1 5
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewtr Sc Company
Amtricnbucr o i.yw.ono'
Ewa Plintttlon Co t.auOfOro'
Hmo I'UnfJtlonCo tT. too
Hwrlln ArrrlrulturilCo immn1 tki
HiwllnCom fltSu Co. t.iitTo
lUwAliin StiZMt Co
Honoma uRr Ui
Honoka Sue'' Co
HiiWu Suer Co
Kihuku I'linuimn uo
Kimalo Sue Co Ui
Kamato Sup Co, riup
Kljahutu Sujar Co
Koloa Suear Co
Kona Sugar Co. at
Kona Sugar Co.,r J up
Maunatcl Sugar (
Maunalcl Su Co i
Maunalcl Su Co rJ up
uinu ?uear v-o
t.oooooo Ii M ., ltTi
i tsocjo tool '; - -
Ifonoesno. Y I m
OOA' i -
looon to1, ' -
tts . "1
1,1,00,000 501 m -
i(o,orj loa ...
JOC,Or toot-l. -
Onomea Sugar d
Co.. Ui .at)
1 Anr,Aoo looj
I l.an.ooo art
to 4U aV
una u. Co.. LtJ . at 1 Sn.yn,
PaauhauSu iMart Co
When In use resembles a Cimera.
IUACK CLOTH COVtUING,
When not In ne an be TnUp.! llit nml
carrieJ In pocket.
SUE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JLWT RECEIVED a tine line oT Crys'al EtcheJ and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARB
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
olr House FuinWilncOooJi.Crcxkeiy.nJ Glitt.n.ao .
Kin; street, 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
uokaia duear run ua 400.000
t..nno to IDS
Pacific Sugar Mill 500000 ito(
Pala I'lantailon Co I 710,000, too,
rfkfO Su?ar Co .. .1 cnW 1
'lonerr Mill Cn . Itnnw im' itiU
Wala lua Apr. Co . at I . .ia.ona tV 01
waiaiuaApr.uo, pj up )
Walluku Supr Co
Walmanato Sugar Co I
Walmca Mill Co 4 . I
Wilder Steamship Co
tntn-Mani SieamN Co
Hawaiian Llirlc Co
Hon Rapid I ft Land Co
Hon Steam Laundry
Mutual Telephone Co
M.kahi " t Jf.l ipf
O.hu ky i Ln J Co
HCopif U Kleu
H..all.nCjov 6 per cent...,
Hs.Hinnov. sper crnl ...
Hllo W R.Co. rcent .
sxoooo' 10.' .
fSkM 1.0 .
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E.. Pl.nl.t n Ati.rr.nl!..
If .hulru Ptinl ft ft, r.n,' .
O.riu U St LnJ Co.rr cl
Sales -? Pioneer. 51 .oo: tOahu.Slfir
00: 25 0ahu, fljsoo; 5 Pioneer, ftH-x;
f Uahu, J 1 55.00; 1$ Oihu, JI55.0O-, tj
Pioneer, f if J.oo; loOlaa, pj J 14.00: 3
Oahu, ll 55.00; 5 O.iliu, 1 54.00; 5 Oihu.
1 1 52.00; 5 Wilama, a., toi.oo; 8a Kind,
a., f 13.5c; 10 Walalua, pj., 5 114.50.
Shaw on Maut.
Walluku, Auk. 2Z. Jonathan Shaw,
ntmessoMn-chlef fur tho Island of OjIe
wns n Bujuurncr In Walluku fur sevrrat
ilayn iltirliiK tho early part nf thU u-ivfc.
Mr. Shaw examined the Walluku tar
olllre nnd .omul It In a very MmirHMnc
condition nnd under nltlt nianaKcim-ni.
In tho Pollen Court till forenoon, IS.
CheoiiK wna lined J)5 and costs on tie
charm' of leaving hU horse untlisl In
We are showing
the largest assortment of
T. 1 " twrT
'llSjfJrSPf! E-Zto take
' MAUl(. 3; p. 7 wnv c
sni.fiHH.nl.: euro a head
! WAFERS. I ache
WrVWWAWH'fS. W t. nil drand.!..
CIiiih. Cnpp Cimilltliitc.
Walluku, Aiib, 2.ri. Slnie It 1ms Uevn
officially known in .iiino iinait kih that
P. N. Knliokiioliinii will not likely Im
recommended as district muRUtiuto of
Makawao, tho 0 lends of Chus. Uojip of
that district am endenwirlut; to1 huvn
him rcdnstated In his old plaCe. Mr,
Copp Is a very capable Hawaiian and
his past record on the hi-nth'v.nnlA no
doubt itrciiKthon his candidacy.
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-Caipet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rug's, Straw. Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats
always onhand at
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E. W. Jordan.
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