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Kill liVliMINO HUIJiBiMJ liSMiiUiiU. 1L In I'lUOAV, AUiSUSt h ton.
1 DELICIOUS I LOCAL ' ANMOTUL
I! you want .
..THE FIRST OP THE SEASON.. A few dollops
ff. L- . kti', ft ,-srt.
Hint, Oilt . J Vn thtl, Llf,tn.
rt Chwfc ', lmi oil Lmdc .
llou PurnUltliiit (1ood,
Silver PtaleJ Wart, Cle ty, I'Mhit
Rat-ber Ht. either phln ef wlte
ttwtd, MidIIj or Slu tort, lawn
Mover, Uvvn Srrlnkleti, Hlnn-gists
Cvitten, tic. Etc.
Plantation Supplier or
BUY THEM PROM
Tin Hawaiian Hardware
Fort St.. opposite Spreckel Bink.
PROTECT THE FISHERIES
L)iort And Mitral j
CltOCOl.A I ISCHIUM
nml I'UAI.INIIS , , , ,
Our kooiU are made FRESH
every tiny nrul cost nbout HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
It. J. N'nltp mknl n Ilnllctln remitter
It there were no law to prevent Chlneie I
and Japanese from exploiting the fli!i '
ponds nhd streams with nets of such ft.,.
They are doing It all the time out Wal
klkl way. .Mr. Nolle recalls the time
when a basket of large mullet ccill
be had at the market here for a quarter
dollarfl Now a quarter v. Ill procure but
a medium-sized fish. In his oplntnn,
as in that ot many other observe. 3,
unless the fishing with One meehts be
stopped the scarcity of fish will befoe
long reach the famine stage.
J. Oswald Lutted,
ART I.BATH' W VW?v
A Tribune "lllue Streak was rlddn
by C. M. Murphy who made the fattest
mile on record.
Children of the primary school
who would like to participate In the
Labor Day parade will please call
and receive their btdges from Miss
Davidson at the Board of Education
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from the studio of
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
lh 1'imH'l Uei h"th of Mtrin
' mi iih ler New T,ht
lr lliilrt an Htt will lw l.. h Hi
lllf KltlAH tnM-iirnlt MltTtinAii
A htili brH ttt llrliril do 1 f r
Mlf H.r I'ttf Hale ewlilltiH nn Mn
A single stuns tllnnmnd mr tin lidl
kren tost. Hre liil (ulumli on puns t.
A pair of horses' l.n IhkiIs hv
been liikt. Krr Imal loliililll on page. 8.
Ilvrry one lias a elistur at the Whits
House. This Mtek Is for the lxi) s. dio
A Millie iiinlir New Today glvw a
list of the banks that will close tabor
H-e notice miller New Today regard
lug K. H. Zeatandla and lusttiirtlotis foV
Adeline de CiMta Mas arrrslnl Hits
'iiniiiliig on the chatge of disertlng her
A notice of SO per tent on the iaplt.il
stock of the Territory stables appeirs
under New Today.
Mrs, lliiual Parker, the aunt of Hon.
Runnel I'arker. is ery III ut the l'ir
Ker home In Walnien.
Mrs, M. Marshont of San Pranclsco
Is lsltlng .Mrs. Angers In company
with Mrs. V. C. Held.
The Chilean training ship OetiiTnt
llaqucdano will sail for Yokohama and
Hongkong this nfternoon. I
The schooner J. M. Wcathcrwax cani.j
In from the Sound this morning with a
full cargo of lumber for Lewcr &
Purser Clapham of the Inalant went
as freight clerk of the Ma'urm I.oa on
hr last trip. Freight clchk Slmervin
uent as purser.
There, will be a big baseball game be
tween tlio Maklkl and 'uwnlollmu
teams on the old baseball grounds
Monday (Labor Day.) I
Jas. V. Margon, the popular auction- ,
eer, looks more rugged than eer be
fore from his nctitlim trip to the Main
land. He has been congratulated by
hosts of friends on his nppcaranco
since his return In the Australia. j
A. i:. Murphy of the Public Work
olllce received the sad news by the. last
mall of the drowning of his brother, P.
Charles Murphy, at Uath Ileach, New
York, on August 7. Ho was 31 years
old, and leaves a wlfo and (ho children.
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The on'y thing In a JltMslnels a hUnONHOOl of the latent ht, and we
har them In Patent I rather ar J Tan, something nice, nobby and tvlWi
MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
A Remnant Sale
Pianos ' Piakos Pianos
40 New Pianos to choose
10 Different' makes
LACES, &C, &c.
for - Everybody
ynvr Imutt in fin tip.lt Jeti
iHiiinirr ntt furniih It fBt
,Dl nllrtirlitr homr of it tt
oil niHj Irrmt,
ojnr l-ornlture soM on the Iniullmest
plan at the . . .
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarsnts!.
20j Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 5o
HONOLULU 8TOCK liXCHANGE
Honolulu, August ji, iqvs.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
fcl ta P-3 M i fat ft s fa i ff fU::M Ha Rt.rt)UfrlrSfies1rBt,!eirU
To frlftht Runslo.
New York, Aug. 13. A Trlbuno cablo
from London sns: The report from
India that the Ameer of Afghanistan Is
mohollzlng his troops with the Inten
tion ot marching upon the Itusslan
frontier I not Impllcltely believed as g
yet, but It has been known for months trfi'
mat toe A moor nub neen restless tinu
nil. uui'u iiiuKiiiK nunine iiri'imruiiuua, .
vvlilch bavu been watched with con- Jj
sldeiublo nnxlctv liv (ho Indian (!nv- B.
eminent, as It was thought that Ilrltlsh S. 3
rather than Itusslan territory might
be menaced. Hut possibly the Ameer -
may think the Russians have their -
hands so full In Siberia that the time SL
has come for prcachjng the Jehad, or fj
holy war. and the rising ot nil I'cntml P
Asia MohHinmcdans against the Mus- m
fevvn t , ,t d
nMnkoicc O Stl
fJi iimiLi O"
j-i v 'T' -JtzzzirL.- 1 .-n yrwar w
The perfection . . .
IIIACK CLOTH COVtHINO.
it-iiiiiiiflrij in L2 MiLi
When In use resembles a Camera. When not In ue can be foMeJllatand
dlllCU 111 HK.KCl
SEE OUI1 WINDOW DISPLAY
JU.ST RECEIVED a tine line of Crys'al EtcheJ and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
WnntH to He Hcniitor.
Omaha, Aug 13. Ollbart M. Hitch-
cock, liubllsher of the Omaha World- -
Herald, will print liljtlint paper tomor
row a letter to the voters of Nebraska
announcing that he will be Democratic
candidate for Senator, to jucceed John
M. Thurston, before the next Legis
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
crf- llouw Fu,nlhln Oooit, Crock.,? n4 Gliuwtt, JTto
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WATCHING OVER STEYN
London. August 14. Lord Rorert re
ports to the War Office under dale of Pre
toria, August 13th. as follows:
"Kitchene- reports from Schoolplaats,
tlj t miles east of Ventorsdorp, that Je
Wet blew up three of nis wagons. Six
British prisoners who escaped frpmrje
Wet's camp state that President Steyn is
confined In thecampunde surveillance and
t wt De Wet was forced to abindon his am
irunltlonandtnlrtyh rjes. Theyalsjcon
nrm th; report that Mettuen captured one
of De W't's guns andshelled the main
convoy effectively: -tan Hamilton tele
graphs that he hopes to be at Blaauubank
today w.th his main body. Mahon's
mounted troops are pushing on to the
Another report from Lord Robert j of the
same date savs: "Methuen and Kitchen
er, still lollowlng De Wet and Steyn.
yesterday reached Modderfonteln. ten
miles eist of Ventersdorp. Methuen Is In
8H0UP ON WESTERN OUTLOOK
Washington, Aug. 21. Senator Shoup
of Idaho, member of the Republican
National Uecutlve Committee, en mo to
WnibTngton toduy from Chicago. He
has been making careful Inquiries Into
the political tondltlons In the Western
States, and tonight said:
"McKlnley will curry, Washington,
Wyoming, Kansas, Utah and Idaho, ell
of which went for llryan In 1898. rh'o
Republicans also have a righting chance
rn Nebraska, Bryan's home State, and
Montana." The Silver Republicans who
vottd for Br) an on account o,f their si!
vtd views have come back. Many Pop
ullits"fn the West also are going to
cast their fortunes with the Republi
cans this year. The great and unpre
cedented prosperity enjoyed In the
Western States, together with the dls
touch with De Wet's re ir guard. Integration of the Silver Republican
XZX&Z. 1 -use ryan .0 lose nuny
three miles In thirty-two nours and the
fit., nf I r.n.lnn lmnrlll Volunt'tfs thlrtV
miles In ten hours, hoping t' prevent De
Wet from crossing the Ktugersdorp
"Buller's occupation of Ermelo Is hav
ing a good effect. A field cornet and 182
burgners of the Standtrtom commando
surrendered ycftcrday to Cler..1'
Fine Job Printing at
E"Z to carry
unmiMiES' mm "" -
;r nCANlUlC: oure a head
:j WAFERS i-ohe
hji 11V1V1V11V1 1 i7iiVsT.
States whoso electoral votes he oh
tallied four yeai s ago."
Suintor Shoup called nt the White
House und guve the President mine
gratifying Information concerning tlw
CIichh I'liiycr Dend.
New York, Aug. 13. William Htcln
Itz, for twenty-two jcars the champion
chess player of the world, died cster
day In the Manhattan Stnte Hospital
for the Insano at the age of fiJ years.
His mind had been falling for sumo
time, and last )ear it was found notes-
rary to confine him. His family Is des
tltute except for 11 small fund raised
by newspapers und chess clubs.
Health ol Lord SalUbury. I
London, Aug. 13. Acting under his
doctor's advTce, Lord Salisbury, tne
Premier, tonight started for Schlucht,
n health resort In the Vosgcs, where
ho will stay 11 month. Ho will, how
ever .retain the conduct of foreign af
fairs by melius ot the telegraph and
nenson. Smith & Co. Import a spiclal
brand for their soda fountain,
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 retai' store, or by
, Exclusive Agents.
Car 1 til -3
afi up gX
NAME OF STOCK
C. Urtwtr & Company
AmtricartMigu to 1,500,000!
Ewa I'lamatlun Co .ono two
Mamna Plantation Co nt.ooo1 "!
HiwallanAgrlculturalCoi t.oou.0001 ,00i
nawaiian om -u u f.jtt tjo wl
Hawaiian ugir vu
Honomu Suear Co
Hnnokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Smear Qn
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Sue Co Ul a
Kamalo Sup Co, r up
Klhtl Plant Co Ltd.a
KHahulu Sujrar Co ,,
Koloa Sugar Co
Knna Sugar Co , at
Maunate ( Sugar Co at
Maunaltl Su Co pi up
I f ,ODO OOO lo,
150 oco, a
j 1,5011,000 J"
1 1 .01?, 100
1 1,650,000! o
, J 000,000 lo(
I l.ono.oor) .
0,000 ( t
ij,coo to .
S 500,000 '
i trtO ore SO ,
, T 50,000 00 . .
( f t50.0np 00
I JOOOOO looj
)Mom oo . 1
ItJ 001 tuo.
uanu sugar to,
fomra Sugar Co
Ciokala Sugar Plan Co,
Olaa Su Co LtJ . a
Olowalu Com r any
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pfpeekfo ugir Co
Walatua Agr Co a I
WalaluaAijr Co, pi up j
Wailuku Siar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
WllJrt Sttanuhlp Co '
lntfrltlanj Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llrcirlc Co
Hon tVapU T & LanJ Co
Hon Steam LaunJry
Knna-KauT &T Gi.UJ,
Alutual Tetfph n Co
MakahaCnflfM-Cn I 4 r J
Oahu Hv Ac Uni Co a 100,000' 100
Ptoplc 1 cv&KfgCoi I5o.otjo.ivo,
Ha walUnGiv per cent!
Hawaiian Gov sprrrtnll
Haw G PoktSavaKpcrc'
H1I0R R Co 6 percent!
Ewa Plantal n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per rent
Oahu H At LanJ Co pr Ci
500 oco loo
f 59.000 loo
40 hahuku, J24.00;
7.75; 7 Ewa, 5:7.7K
000 U. K iV L. Cos
Bonds, f 100.00; 50 Kihei, .1., Si J 50; 2
Oahu, i 125.50; 50 WaUIui,!., ty; 50; t
Walalua, a,, 595.75; 10 Ewa, 27.75; 43
Canal Franchise Forfeiture.
Manngua, Nicaragua, Aug. 13. Ul
Commcrdo of this city, continuing to
day the right of forfeiture of the Intir
oieunle Canal Company's concession,
sas: "Wo understand that the Gov
ernment of Nicaragua has olllt tally
Informed the Interocoanlc Canal Com
pany (tlio Ilyie-Crngln syndicate) that
Its concession was iiniiulled on tlio .Id
lust. In consequence ot tliu company's
failure, to deposit $100,000 In gold.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
E3 XT JSL O XES AL 1ST
W haveever 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
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No. 10 Fort Street.
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