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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. I9.
If you want .
Hardware, Crockery, Glasware,
Painty Oil. a,iJ Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing Ooods,
Sliver Plated Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Movers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-Brass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
1. mwmw HjipiwapA
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bnk.
SOCIABILITY OF LABOR
Ceylon and Maralcabo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our good are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
J. Oswald tutted,
SMALL WHITE . TAXDS-
The Labor Day ball last night wm
one of the most elaborate and success-
ful affairs the drill shed has seen fcr
many moons. Tho Interior decorations
showed great taste nnd the large und
small electric lights were placed whers
they could produce a charming effect.'.
Flags, bunting, flowers and greens
were used In the decorations.
It Is estimated that over five hun
dred people were present. Dancing be
gan at 9 o'clock, the ball being opened
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.mirrn). wie uuuuesa iu uiuvriy ui inv
parade, and L. II. Wolf of the commit
tee. The committees In charge of the ball
were as follows:
Committee of Arrangements Geo. R.
Stoll, Dan 'Welch, Geo. Campbell, E. J.
Sullivan, Thomas Havey, I.. JamUon.
Floor Committee Thomas Havey, E.
J. Sullivan, L. II. Wolf, George Camp
bell, John Lund, M. Thomas. Fljor
Manager, Fred Holland; Aslstant Floor
Manager, L. Jamison.
Reception Committee Ed. Qulnn, J.
H. Conner, Geo. R. Stoll, J. Dillon. J.
N. Henry, I. Slghorn.
Frederick W. Hankey, Attorney at
Law, Campbell Building, corner Me
chant and Fort streets. '
We hive reduced the price
aii J are no ,v offering them
AT 70 CENTS
Six Different Styles
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Eleu towed thu Emplie to sea
Tho Custom House boys hac receiv
ed their new caps.
S. Hookano has (lied his oath as Dis
trict Magistrate for En a.
Thero was no meeting of tho Gover
nor's council this morning.
The band will give a concert tn
Thomas Square this evening.
Ralls have been distributed along t!u
routes of the Rapid Transit Co.
nicely furnished roams at the Pop
ular House, ltfi Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
New England Hakcry has gencrom'y
contributed 800 loaves of bread up to
date to the Victoria hospital.
Captain IMltz of the Win. Carson will
take command of the ship Challenger
that arrived from New York Saturday,
Judge Wilcox has Just received his
commission as District Magistrate to
serve for two years from September 1
The Algoa came In Saturday from
ier unchoragc off port. She will proli
ably sail for San Francisco this even
Judge Little of Hllo Is In town on I1I3
way to hold court In the Fifth Circuit,
Knual, for Judgo Hardy, who Is in poor
Miss C. F. I'anabakcr returned In the
S C. Allen this morning. She went to
San Francisco on the last trip of that
Mrs. Dole, wife of the Governor,
visited the transport Solace this morn
ing, bringing fruit nnd flowers for the
Invalided soldiers. '
Hon. II. M. Scwall. Republican Na
tional committeeman for this Terri
tory, leaves In the transport Solace ns
n guest of Captain Wlnslow.
One of the largest auction sales that
has been held for some time in Hono
lulu will bo the catalogue sale of the
Arlington HotcJ furniture, plants,
ferns, birds, etc.. etc. Catnloguesron-
ialnlng a full description of the gols
will be furnished on application. The
sale will take place on the premises en
September B nnd 7 nnd should draw n
large attendance. An Item of special in
to rest. In the sale will be the kou ami
kna wood staircases which will also l.v
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON..
Wnt .Vflx Jwlr "-C Cm Haul r jfiSrMsH
IX ALL SIXES AM) STYLES
This Is the finest loll top
desk made In the worU arid
Sole Manufacturer's Agtnts
for them for the Hawaiian
CALL m Ut tit thov than to you
and 7110(0 you Our I'rirtt on
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
The only thing In a dress shoe Is a BUTTON BOOT of the latest last, and we
have them In Patent Leather and Tant something nice, nobby and tvllsh.
W. MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
A Remnant Sale
LACES, &c, &c.
40 New Pianos to choose from
10 Different makes
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Booked for the Australia.
The following are booked to leave In the
Australia this afternoon:
At. I'evser, C. S. Ellis. CirlJwsen,
Mrs J. G. VUWIIII.ims,T. C. Willis,
Mis. R(.oker,Mrs. Willis. Miss Willis. .
H. Afon-, A. F. Afong, II. J. Nolte. B. H
Banning, A. J. Fayerweathtr, RoiJes
F.-iye-tt eather, C. M. Walton, wife and
son. Mls A. F. Bejrd, Mls Merry, C. L.
Element, . b. Bryant anu wile, Ur. U.
G. Slnzleton ar.d wife, Mrs. S. V. Low
tev, Miss Kerr, Miss L K. Boa-dwan,
MIssm Wilcox, E. P. Wilcox, Ralph Wll
co. C F. Alexander, Horace B. Cjlflard.
td Polltz jnd valtt, Mr Stvne, Mr. Le
mon, R. St Campbell, C. W. Harris. F
W. Kern and wife. .Mrs Geo. H Paris
and child, Mrs. It Gear Mls Paris, II
lud . Ja. K. J 11 d. H. H. D rnzham
and w.fe, J. K. t-arley, J. W. Alrx inder.
arrit. j. f. wooj. wire anJ clilld, vtr.
-nd Mrs. Goodwin T. C. Baldwin. W.
F. Damon. J. J rjvlor and u fe. S N.
Cutle, II bchull, Geo. Dillingham, C.
G Smith, W. U bJimidt, Mrs. C. Drier.
Mivs Swam, Harold and Philip Ricc,.MIs,
Anna Rice, Als Mart a Smith. Mrs. W.
H Rlc. Miss Mary Rice, Mls Nora Stur
geon, Mls Sarah Itotertson, M. H. Flint,
At. Hall, Miss Marion Dlllincham, Miss
S JudJ, Capt. G. W. McDonald, wife
and child, W. D. Itawllns D. II. Cas-, A
.ucKerman, . 1.. tViRlit. 11 H. Kice,
Miss K. Iteynolds, Miss E.Crozler, Hiram
BlnRliam, Jr., II. M. sewall.
GodHpccd Uerr Nolte.
II. J. Nolto, proprietor of tho Heaver
rvstuurant, where the bulk of Hono
lulu's business community have lunch
til for about u boo re of yearn, la leaving
In the Australia for California. It wl!
be his flrbt departure from this com!
strand In seventeen years. Hcrr Koltu
Kes to seek c limine of ulr nnd rcti
perutlon at one of the springs In the
cool mountain. Ho Intends to stay
nlKint tun iniinths. Ills hosts of friends
wish I1I111 n m-.ind I lino n tare leturn
with leluWiioi tiled health,
Bargains - for - Everybody
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 4?6.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... Ail worn guaraniisa.
m F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 590
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, September 4, iooo.
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The perfection . . .
Whe'i In use resembles a Camera,
carried In pocket.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
MACK CLOTH COVERING,
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When not In use can be folded flat and
JUrfT RECEIVED a tir.ellneof Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
i W. W. Dimond & Co.,
of Hou riirnUhlne (ooj$t Crwkeiy nJ GUnware o
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drtwer & Company.
Amtrkin Sugar Co.
Ewa iManfatlon Co
tttttitWtm Aertli-iiltiiritrn iw, -. too'
Hawaiian Com AtSuCo,' aliiMjo ,
Honnmu Suftar Co
Haiku Suear Co . .
Kahuku I'lar-Utlon Co
KamaloSuc Co LtJ a
KUanulu Susar Co
Koloa Sugar Co . . ,
Kna Sugur Co., at
Maunattl Susar Co.at
Maunaltl Su Co.rJ up
McllrydtSu Co .U.at
Oahu Surar Co .
Onomta SuparCo. . ..
Oukata Supar I'lan Co.
OlaaSu. Co, I.U.. a)
Paauhau bu I'lan. Co
Pacific Suear Mill.. ..
I'll I'lintition co
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Fine Job I'rIntlnB at
The largest circulation la the islands ? The quality and fl.ivor Is recog
nized as the best, and c innut be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
Peprekco Suear Co
Pioneer Mill C ..
Walalua Act. Co.. a
Wa lariat Company
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Suear Co
Walmra Mill Co
Wilier Slami,hln f!n
Inlff-UUnJ StfJnN Co:
Hawaiian Litctrk Co
Hon. Mearn LttinJry.
Mutual Trltrhont Co
Oahu Uy 8t LanJ Co
reopit a ce k 1 r Co
Hawaiian Guv 6 percent
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent
Haw G Poit Sav 4Hperc
Hilu R R.Co. 6 percent
twa rianiai n per cent.
f.f jo,oorv 'w
un.oooj 1 00
loo 000 w
I )7,nuO loj
Kahuku riant Srfrrtnl1
ujnu K S LanJ
E.r ct nt
Sales :5 Haw'n Sugar, f215.ee; 25
Haw'n Sugar, f 215.00; 50 Kiliei , I15 53;
10 Kihei A. fi55o; 16 Haw'n Sugar,
$215.00; 9 Haw'n Sugir, $215 00. ,
Captain Wm. Wclr, formerly 11 ret
officer of the Claudlne, has hecn placed
In rommand of that steamer. Captain
Mnrdonnld leaves In the Australia for
an extended trip in the States.
.'WcVmii'ii'iiVitiVi''. JZ to carry
S w-n? s cur0 a hoad-
VSlxUS 3 ache
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We are showing
the largest assortment of
No. 1. Business property on Smith
street, between Pauahl and Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Kino suburban property front
ing on McCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part in
cash, or approved stocks or bondB, bal
ance on mortgage.
For Sale or
Valuable business property, corner of
King and Smith streets.
A few office suites in Model Block.
. For particulars apply to
Cartwright Building, Merchant Street
The Labor Day parade wound up In
the Capitol grounds, whero It passed
In review before Governor Dole mil
party stutloned on the front steps uf
Llteinry exercises followed, W. C.
Kce, president of tho Uiluii' Union, pie
biding. The speaking was done fruin
the baud stand, nbout which 11 large
audience congregated. Cantulii Hewsei
Vub theio with the Government band,
which played between speeches.
Able addresses weio delivered by
Geo. A. Davis, I.orrln Andrews and J.
C, Balxl, all members of the legal pro
tection. It was the first public speech
here of Mr. Balrd, United States OU
trltt Attorney, and he made an ex
Mr. Hoe said a few words In conclu
sion, invltng the people to the aftor
noon sports and the ball In the even
ESITROPS A.3XT RUGS
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 Carpet 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 un iictnu tit
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
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