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DELICIOUS " LOCAL AND (IliNliRAL "l.VffiE "PIRST 01- THE SEASON,. A few dollar
If you wont
Tllll UVliNINO HUI.I.UTIN1 HONOLULU, IL !. IMUHSUAy, AU'IUIT fa L
H'J'f, Lm.-kttr, Cl'MMf.
1'ili.H, U.U 1 14 V.lnlM. MjcIm
titft. UtmiMtM. Lmr
lloue PurnUliliiR- (iiiml, (.
Silver PlateJ SV-ire, Cutlery. IWHU
KnUtfVaj thl Hutthtrr Yu t.
Kubtef HtM. either rliln ef wlte
bounJ, .Mini 1 1 or SIil rofe, Lawn
Mo vets, l.avvn Sprlnkleri, WkIvkms
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Tliii Do iiM lion DijpJuNiPA
,. A Llv Hill if v
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Htnk.
11 fin) Mink..'1.')
nml I'lUUNliS ....
FRENCH UOSS, Etc.
Our hoocU i,re m.idt- FRESH
emy tiny and cost about HALF the
price of Stale ImporteJ GooJs.
RETURNS TO THB FOLD.
Denver, Aug. 11. A.M. Btevenson,
who In 1SC ns a delegate nt large from
Colorado, with Senator Teller ami oth
ers, walked out of the National Repub
lican Conentlon, and who afterward
assisted In organizing the Silver Re
publican party, today resigned .the
chairmanship of the party In this State,
and announced his return to the He,
publican party. He made public a let
ter In which he declaies the silver i
question Is no longer a paramount lt-j
sue and will not be for jears to come.
The Silver Republican party Is being
kept alive for this campaign, he says,
simply to aid the Democratic pnrty,
and on the question of expansion,
which Is named as paramount In Us
platform, he does not agree with the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Display of . . .
ART LEAT.H-P WORK
Children of the primary school
who would like to participate In the
Labor Day parade will please call
and receive their bidpes (rpm Miss
Davidson at the Board of Education
from the studio of
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd.
Pianos Pianos Pianos
40 New Pianos to choose
10 Different makes
the Nllhnii Is imiw on th ins'ii
Ih Irft I'bIhiiis IfiHii llif 1'Mtlfl.Mli,
IIik llMk U IhkIiii; n ImIIh
st Utf lnler-lUiid wlist..
I! II. I'nwrll arrived from Kslwl ill
tlit trainer Knititl this tnurfillix.
A. It. IV)srr left In th Wnrrlmjo
jmlinlny mi n trip fur Ills health
The (li-iiotnl I'nlMhlM will null fur
the Hiiiiud In ballast this nftfrnixiii.
Thn Knunl reports Ivo bag- hiir .r
left nt V. K. ami U.V) nt M. H. Co.
An hrtrslnit well Is being bored on
the Wiilklkl side of thcKnllorr,' lloiuc
OrtMruti; No. 239 for live shale
of O.ihu Sugar stock has been lost. Sco
Lost column mi page S.
The dlrtrtors of the Honolulu Driv
ing Assoc billon meet tomorrow even
Ing. See notice under New Today,
Ihp Dewey Is being cleaned and re
paired previous to her rate agiilmt
the m I'nloinu to Laluilna mid rctu.'ii.
Mr. and Mrs. Tho. J. I'cnncld of
Kumchnmtha returned In the C. I).
llryant this morning after quite u
visit In the States.
Notice from tho Auditor's olucc In ru
receipts for warrants for salaries tin lor
"Regular Pay Rolls" appears In tho
lly Authority column,
to Fred Judson of San Diego.
Miss Gertrude Marsland of Lincoln,
Nehraskn, arrived In the Australia Oil
n lslt to Mrs. II. Ucre.
The John Currier with u cargo of
general merchandise from Seattle. Is
discharging nt the Navy dock. Most of
her cargo Is made up of lion,
Ollvo Ilranch Rcbekuli Lodge, No. 2,
I. O. O. 1'., will give a ball In Progress
Hall on the evening of September 7th.
See their ail under New Today.
.'.Miss Harriet Lowers gives a ca.il
party Friday evening In honor of Miss
L. A. 1'arls who leaves In tho Austra
lia for her new homo In San Diego.
ff.Urucu Cartvyrlght advertises In this
issuu it list of propel ties for halo an 1
for lease, Including both business au.t
lesldence piopertles; ul&o a few oitlce
Previous to the playing of the S'.nr
Spangled llanncr at the end of the Ha
waiian hotel concert this evening, the
band will play the Chilean national
William Auld's sixty-eighth birthday
was celebrated In grand' stle at his
home In l'alama jestcrd.iy. A big liuu
was given and (linen Lllliiukiilaui was
the guest of honor.
Miss Zclglcr, a graduatu of Oberlln
and u postgraduate of Columbia I'M
verslty, New York City, has been added
to the staff of High School teachers us
teacher of Greek and Lutlu.
The Inter-Island peoplu will be kept
vciy busy tomoirow, The Mauiia Loa
from Maul and Hawaii and' several
steamers fioiu Kuual will bo in blight
nml early toiuuriuw morning.
Mis. Ueorgc 11. Paris and duugh'tr
leave In the Australia for an extend!
visit to Mrs. Paris' home In Michigan.
She will remain In San Francisco to at
tend tho marriage of Miss L. A. Paris
In the 1'ollco Court yesterday Lite
I'll! was fined $30 and costs on tho
charge of unlawful possession of opium.
Ah Ynu was given ono month's Im
prisonment at hard labor nml Suck
Tong was reprimanded and discharged.
Inouvvc, u Japanese, was lined $39
ahdicosts in the Police Court yesteidiy
on tho charge of representing himself
to be a police otllcer. This form of
breaking the law bus become quite fre
quent of lute, particularly among tie
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The on'y tlilns In a drm slice Is a HURON I'OOT of the l.ifct last, and we
have them In Patent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby a id M vtlsh.
i" W. --MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
A Remnant Sale
(-. m nmmmt
ftfiMMfrft Pr? yf
j.r hunt in tin Up M.iM'i?
iiiiintiri ,ihi fwnlih il rout.
n itllriitlivt homt nml (Co 4)
on coty Irrmt.
LACES, &c, &c.
Bargains - for - Everybody
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 4J6.
r-a f-a fa Pa " fai Pa f Ha r Pa M ru :: Pa Pa r Pa "a m r f n m ta fta M
ctejr Furniture 9lJ on the lntillment
plan at the . .
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guaritsvd.
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Boxjw
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, August 30, toao.
NAME OF STOCK 1 Sjfjl'l 7' Bid A,k.l
C. Brewer k Complny
iem. 'El '
iptnln Cnmcron and not Captain g mWll . L'fh i Ctn1inln
enzen brought in tho Wnrrlmoo to- , T 1,1 I" H" J il 11 IIHIi I H I
laclHc Mall wharf yesterday moJ J XPrillklCrS Z 1 PCVj"-AO
Captain Loicnzen Is away on a fc CJ . 'i A"?sru:lT!S"TI 1 "TSlrf
k. c3ws.-rv; muL -. ?
The perfection . . .
IllACk CLOTH COVERING,
Amrlctn Rufff Co. ' nwo.o, ,i
fcwi nmikllon .o j.on.om
HiwillinAcrlculturalCo 1,000.0)0) lQ.
HawilUnCom ftSu Co 1.111,750 lo
HjwjilUn SuearCo . l t.ooo.coo '.
Honnmu tuzf Co tso.
Honnkaa Sueir Co onq oW
Hilku Supr Cn 300 000
Kahuku I'UnUtlnn Co jooooo
KamaiouK k,o lij 11
Klhrl Plant Co .tti.ai
Knlo.t Sucar Cn
Kona Suear Co , at
Maunat! Su Cn.ri up
uanu riurir n .
Onkala Suear I'lan Co.
Olaa Su. Co., Ltd . at)
Olowalu Compny .
Paauhiu Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill .
PaU Plant iilun Co
Wfrrkto Sutirar Co
1'innuer iMiu m
W2fcltitJ2ta Ztl LJ iHl
When In use resembles a Ounera.
carried In pocket.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JUrfT RECEIVED a tine line of Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARD
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
POPULISTS IN DIFFICULTY.
Chicago, Aug. 21. The latest reportB ypgtorday.
Clilnnmnn Run Over.
A Chinaman wns run over by a na-i
4i..o T,,vnii liv name, on King street.
in Palama this morning. Thenatlve ; received hero indlcato that tho Populist
was on horseback. Just how the acci
dent happened Is not known as Iokepa
did not show up at tho police station
eir Home FurnUhlng C.ooJ,, Cnxkeiy and GUi,are Jo
e Kin? street. Honolulu.
When not In use can be folJeJlhtnnd -
Tho Knunl from Knunl this mot nine The largest circulation in the islands ? The quality and flavor is recog
brought n horse ami 17 bundle of nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand,
hides. She reputta that tho ijam-y For sale at every retai' store, or by
Arielp will leave Jlleelo for this port t(
day, Theio ero Btronp northeJy
wlndK and rough weather at Kauai
Walalua Aer Co. ail
wauiLuAjjr.t-o, pi up
Walmanaio Suear Co !
Wllr Sttamhlp Co
lntfrllanj Stram N Co
Hawaiian LI m trie Co 1
Hon Stam Launiry
Kona.KauT AT Co.LtJ
Mutual Telfrhant Co
Makat aCoffrrCo LJ pi
Oahu k &Ln4Co
people ct i re K.n
Hawaiian flov 6 per cent
Hawaiian (iov j per cent
Haw PuttSav 4Mrrc
H1I0R R.Co. 6 percent
cwa naniai n o per cent.
Kahuku Plant 6rercrnt
Oahu H At Lani Co, pr c
loo 0W '
MIT, 500 ,
500 ouo IM1
1,50a tw1 loo
150,000 loo ,1
1 5 ono loo.
15000 5 .
Sales 125 Evva, $27.75: 5 Walalua, a.,
95.50; 100 Olaa, a., 52.87; 10 Walalua,
Trouble Among Hpanlnrdx.
There Is moro trouble In the camp Ct
the Hpanlards on l'unchbowl, A young
man appeared at the police station thl
morning and complained that another
Spaniard bad been spreading stories
about to the effect that he was a thief.
lie had gouo about mid got several uiun
to search his room to sou it they could
find nny evidence of his having stohn
1111 thing. They had nil signed their
names to a paper saying that he win
not a thief. He requested tho Deputy
Slid Id to have the man arrested. Hi
Is talking about retaining an attorney.
and the Chinaman seemed too bauiy
hurt to tulk when be was taken there
In a hack. The poor fellow had one eye
blackened and his face was cut In eev-J
eral pluces. He wae. covereu wnn muu
from head to foot and he gave every
evldenco of liavlny been injured Inter
nally. A hack took him to the Chlnebe
C. D. Bryant from 'Frisco.
The American-bark C. D. Bryant,.
Colly master, arrived in port and haul
ed alongside the l'aclnc Mall wharf this
..morning with a cargo of 1600 tons of
'general merchandise consigned to H.J
Hackfeld & Co., Ltu. .sue snueu itoiu
San Francisco August 13 and had fine
'weather all the way. Nothing ol ptr
tlcular note transpired.
.j '-The Urynnt brought 60 head of
horses and mules fro Ous Scliuman.
a fine carriage for R r. Dillingham anfl
four new sprinkling carts for the gov
iViVitYf iiiViiVSst.' E"Z to carry
s MAGIC :.E-2way to
ffHEAMCHEs: oure a head
if WAFERS I ache
WW.W.V.'.WWt'-J "' " iwru
National Committee, which Is to meet
In this city on the 28th Inst., may not
be as harmonious us was predicted
when the executive committee was In
tesslon here early In the month. The
meeting Is called for the purpose of se
lecting a candidate for tho Vlco Presi
dency. When Towne declined the
nomination of the I'opullsts It was gen
erally supposed Stevenson would re
ceive the Populist indorsement by gen
The correspondence which has taken
place among members of the National
Committee of that party since the ex
ecutive committee meeting makes It
plain that this result, while apparently
still probable, will not be accomplish
ed without a struggle, indeed, it is un
derstood that many of the leaders of
the party ure strongly urging that the
r-anilrittm shall nominate nn Indepen
ThUhe who take this position Include
a majority of the olllcvrs of the Nation
al Committee, among tbem being Cliali-
mati llutlcr nml Ticusiirrr Washburn,
who uro pionoiinced In their views.
Stnator Duller und others who agree
with him contend It would be suicidal
for their party not to hnvc a candidate
of their own political fill III In the Held.
They also hold that uiics there Is it
I'opullst raiulldafe for secoml plitie
many Populist votes will bu driven
fioiu Mr. Iliyuu,
We are showing
the largest assortment of '
1 ,. m
Errr xt.oFEs atst ruos
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 Cat pet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats.
always on hand at
K W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.