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THE EVBNINO BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, lr.
DELICIOUS LOCAL AND GENERAL
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.. A few dollars
u .. 5
If you want . .
Hardwirt, Crockery, Gli.w.irt,
Pi!nttOll anJ Varnlthei, ElNtro
Her, UunJelltrj, Lamp anJ Lamp
Home Furnishing Uoods,
Sliver PtateJ Ware, Cutlery, Pccket
Knives, Wait and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hcse. either plain or wire
U...-J tl.ll. . Cl.l ...... I .....
iwuiiu, mmiw Vi oisai jur. L.au
Movers, Lauh Sprinklers, High-grass
cutters, htc. ttc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Ceylon ami Mnr.ilcnbo
ami PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
1 New York. Auk. 22. Charles W,
Tweed, general counsel and second vice
president of the Southern Pacific road,
discussing the will ot C. P. Hunting
1 "We expect now that the will will be
made public by Wednesday afternoon.
or If not then, on Thursday morning.
There were a number of matters of Im
portance which we have been steadily
working at for several days and these
will not be in shape until Wednesday
or Thursday. There Is nothing to say
yet about the vacancy caused by the
death of Mr. Huntington except that
we all put our shoulders to the wheel,
as we sometimes say, and keep things
going as they were before we lost Mr.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
I'J. Oswald Lutted, , Hf.iAt cu
ART LBATHHR WORK
1 1 - - - - im ill lit tab.
Children of the primary school
who would like to particip.Ve In theH
Labor Day parade will please call
and receive their bidges from M
Davidson at the Board of Education
from the studio ol
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Go., Ltd.
WmI 5?K 1
far WiSR r
Mystic Lndgv No. 2, K. of I', meets
tonight In Castle Hall, Fort street.
II. J. Nolte has reteUed fresh frotn
oysters on Ice at the leaver restaurant.
1 ho Wnrrlmuu brought 120 tons of
frozen 1111 at and general cargo for this
A nicely furnished room centrally
located If offered for rent. See To Let
Notice to creditors of the estate of
It. C. Norton, Walanae, appears under
Mr. and Mrs. John Ena will sail
from San Francisco for Honolulu In
the China, August G.
Tlio American ship Currier with coal
from the Sound for the O. tl. & I.. Co.
arrived this morning.
A chotco lot ot young trained and
talking parrots are for sale. Sec Tor
Sale column on page 8.
The Honolulu Stock Yards Co. has
Just received thirty head of One drltlng
and draft horses. See ad.
Messrs. T. Hall and E. F. Milter,
millionaires of Melbourne arc nlso on
their Vvay to England for a trip. '
A card of thanks to the subscribers
to the labor committee fund for Labor
Day sports appears under New Today.
The ship John Currier has brought
2000 tons of rails and other material
for the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
A gold enameled pin with mono
gram U. S. 90 has been lost. Finder
will receive reward on return to this
All persons Indebted to the estate of
II. C. Norton, Walanae, are "requested
to mako Immediate settlement. See
notice under New Today.
Lord and Lady Oormanston and
daughter are through passengers In the
Warrlmoo on their way to England for
a visit. Lord Gormaston Is Governor
A letter received n the Australia
states that Mr.' and Mrs. Helnrlch
Itenjcs and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lanz,
both of this city had been to Ober
ammergrau to see the famous Passion
Tho Albert will very probably come
off the marine railway "today. If It Is
possible, the Nllhau will take her place
Immediately. The Kllauca Hon and
Helene arc also watting to go on tho
W. It. Sims Is welcomed homo by a
host of friends, having nrrlvcd In tho
hark Archer yesterday. Ho Is greatly
Improved In health and will on Mon
day rcsumo Ills nvocattons at the ollke
of the Wilder Steamship Co.
U. S. Commissioner W. J. Hoblnsun
Is taking evidence In the Spreckels sal
age claim of $20,000 ngulnst the bark
Dunrcggan. Sovcral witnesses were
examined cstcrday. Captain C. J.
Campbell ot Honolulu was the only one
The Hcpubllc was forced to move
nwny from tho Oceanic wharf ester-
day afternoon on account of the expect
cd arrival of the Australia today
UI.'S ft MUSTJI
buy jrtM n rmjJii vt jf
your houw in an uytnJ'
manner and fvrnhh it tow
an attractive home ani f c
oi en; term.
The,op'y thin 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 stvllh.
Wi MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
otQr Furniture said on the lastallmtrt
plan at the . . .
40, New Pianos to choose
to Different1 makes
A Remnant Sale-
' DIMITIES ,
WHITE GOODS -
LACES, &C, &c.
for - Everybody
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
?19 Fort Street.
?KL.S, i-tftjir MU
The perfection . . .
Fine Watch ReptMsf
by Experienced Watch-Matcer . .
... All wotk guirsrrsrw.
M P. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P.O. tax mo
HONOLULU STOCK EXOMUMB
Honolulu, August ii, raoa.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drtwtr Ai Company.
Anarlcan Sugar Co....
Ewa Plantation Co ..
Hamoa Plantation Co . ,
Hawaiian t-om is u io,
Hawaiian Sugar Co . .
Honomtl Sugar Co ...
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co....,..,
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kamalo Sug Co.LtJ
Kamalo SugCo. p4up
She i E
rs 5 s
S tJ f
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C IB jw U- '
S 55 L? O fT
EG U S gt -
1) "S m Sag"
lilJLir "J se
On His Acceptance
moved over to the Inter-Island wharf
nnd will finish discharging her cargo
of coal today.
A couplo ot ladles driving nlong on
Bethel street near the Tost Office this
forenoon had nn unpleasant experience
with their horse. The animal stepped
on a long nail which ran Into one of
the feet fully nu'lnrh And n bnlf. Cap
tain Opunul ran over to the assistance
of the ladles nnd extricated the nail.
Col. J. II. Soper leaves In tho Wnrrl
tuoo this afternoon for a two months'
trip to tho States, going as far east as
New York. When ased If he Intended
to float any' large block ot securities
Col. Soper said, "No, not any large
block. My friends write Ae from Chi
cago that as usual during a national
campaign Investors are slow to take up
with now ventures, hut If McKinley Is
elected I would like nothing better
than a few million dollars worth ot
Hawaiian securities to put on the
Uenson, Smith & Co. Import a special
brand for their soda fountain.
E itAt-aat-iT.T 'Miisaiaaa aa w. mii tlt folding
Whei In use resemble a Camera. When not In use can be fo! Jed flat and
carried In picket.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JIMT RECEIVED a tine line or Crys'al Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond fe Co.,
atir Houm Furnlthlng GouJi, Crockary anJ Glattwart -o
Klag ilraal. HonolalttJ
NaMku Sug (
&iiiiimiii'i W,"2 to carry
New York, Aug. 20. A World special
from Washington says: President Mc
Kinley has decided to accept the chal
lenge of Mr, Bryan's Indianapolis
spe&h and will devote nearly all ot his
letterj bf acceptance to the question ot
Imperialism. lie will endeavor to'ahow
bow the Republican party, fom his
point ot view, has wrought a great and
lasting benefit by Its course during and
since the war with Spain. The author
ity for these statements Is Oovernor
It was learned today that the Presi
dent will make several speeches dur
ing the campaign, more than he had
led the Republican managers to expect.
These will not be announced before
hand. They will just happen. But they
will happen ut opportune times and bo
as strong as the President mn make
j It was practically decided tonight
that the letters of uiceptuiur should
lint be given out until lm President
'return to Canton In September,
I K.nly to 1,1 Hunfi CluinU,
' Wi4u)illiuliiii Am, 9'tkn 11 r.tiillll ftf
tlit tonfurt'iirti tuwiiii Dim I'liisliltnl,
Burttary IIihiI hiuI AiIIhk Sintlaiy
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
Klahulu Sugar Co, .,
Koloa Sugar Co
Knna Sugar Co at.
Kona Sugar Co. pj up
Maunaltl Sugar Co.aa
Maunalal Su Co pi up
Co, 111 ai
Oahu Sugar Co , . .
dnomaa SuaarCo. ..
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co , LU , at I
Olaa Su Co.LU, pi up J
uiowaiu tnirranr., ...
t'aaunau su. iianuo
acinr bue.r Mill.,.,,.
'ala Plantation Co
'apaakto Sugar Co .,,
'lonwr Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co . all
WalaluaAgr.Co, p4 up (
Walluku Sugar Co.....
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walroaa Mill Co
Inltr-lilanJ Stram N Co
Mawa an Lltr c (Jo
Mutual Trlf rnona Co
Makaha " Ld p4 up
Oahu Hy at LanJ Co ..
Paopla'a 'ft St R'l'g Co
HftwalljinGov txr rnl
Hawaltin Gov. j per cent
cwi pianii n o pr ctni
Kahuku PUnL 6 Ftr cent
Othu H & Un4 Co.pr c
i,ondraK' ' trW
t.flf TJI -
T30.oud li! itH
ooa am' an
40J,On( im . ..
,(90,000' y ii
Sale to Walalua, a., 947f .
AuHtralln from 'Fp1c.
The O. S. S. Australia, lwlns. i
mander, arrived In port and hsulrt
alongside the Oceanic wharf ai. j'isiiL
8:15 o'clock this morning after a pknav
ant trip from Ban Francisco. 8he rat
laden with passengers aart frrlxjrc
Purser McComb reports as fortownr
''Ift San Francisco August ill at.
2 p. m. with 113 cabin and Gt stnetaw
passengers an well as 52 bags of nuIZL
Experienced light northerly hn-urv
smooth sea and fine weather all tic
way, arrhrd August 29. Tlmr. 6 darn.
nnd 1ft hours. Spoke S. R. Doric Qnr
We. are showing
ut J 1
the ilargesfciMsortinent of
? " Adte, lliu rt'Ply lo , Hung Cliung was
We have ever handled at prices that cannot1 be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. TheyiComprMr.
Tapestry, 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 v
Japanese Jute Rugs. Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth. Ooeoa Fibre Matting. DoorjfMats
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 ort Street.
aaw II 1. 1.. .,,.,. ,,..llli
BtiriH upon uml ilmrieil. It will bv iiu
lwri o MliiUUi Wm lodiiy uinl l
t cipefled Him lvl will I'D liiadu iili
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