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THIi BVKNINO DUI.I.RTINI HONOLULU, II, l 'SATURDAY, SKPTBV.HHK 8, Igoo.
If you wont . .
Hsrdvitire, Ciwkeiy, Otiyware,
PjlnKOili and Vrntht, tletf
ll, ChanJellert, Lamp. n;J Lamp
House I'urnlihlnjr. GooOi,
SlherPlstedWare, Cutlery. Pocket
Knle, Wade and Butchers' Hmmj.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Moer, Lawn Sprinklers, Hlghgrass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
Ceylon mikI Maralctbo
ami I'RALINKS ....
HAND DIPPED FlUiNCII
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
LOCAL AND 6ENERAL
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON..
Our j;oods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
fit - m "
s 1 r " I
J. Oswald Lutted,
I Piano UK
& lis unout ont to contlJer for many -acn,
tut Cnltfly taue li It a lift lnti,trncnt and i$
iii a sooJ instrument should bt touch! In iht
&, first plact, -V:
Wt hav FORTY NEW PIANOS In our
ttora to choost from, contHtlnr of tht tttt $
knmn nukes. Every una ruarantttd and
$ with luch an itsorttntnl ou havt advantage 2
V ocr many cltlei tl three timet tht li of,
2l f a 1 1 nnrl a 1 1 a .
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. s'KJK.
The Evening Bulletin. 7S cent per
SMALL WHITE STANDS
We have reduced the price
and are now ottering them
AT 70 CENTS
Six Different Styles
Ah experienced Monographer ll
wanted, 80 Want column,
A certificate tif tli-por.lt lis been lone.
Kw l.osl coliitnn on page t
Sheriff Drown una iiillc III jcslcnhv
hut he In nlilc to he out today.
Iho rrglntratlon up till noon today
touched clone on the 2000 mnrk,
A new fence la being put around the
empty lot In front ot the pollie station.
A choice (election ot fern will h
sold hy Jii, 1 Morgan. Hoc hi col
Three More unci twp dwelling houses
will he sold n't miction. See Jas. 1'.
ilCOISTlt.VTIUN' ltOl.t.S I'Olt Till:
novi:mi)i:ii iii.kctions aim: opi:n.
(leorgo II, Carter hn Imcl a China
mnn nrrcstct for nlcnlliiR pears fron
hla place up the valley.
Judge i:teo and the oHlcera of the
United States District Court will go to
Illtu next week, leaving lu the Klnnu
Notlio of llliel hy II. D. Parkinson, The on'y thing In a dre shoe Is a BUTIONnOOT of the latest last, and we
rredlerlck Ulrkln, al)or I'cllx and ,ave them In Patent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby and stvllsh.
Mnnunl Hilnroz nirnltiHl thn Aninrlrun I
" - I il if.iunnuif -a-, wvb
schooner llnlcriirlsc nmiears on page 8 I P ITlCinDKllT OslUt. OIUKl,
The Mlkahala sails for Kleclc, Ma
kawcll, Walnica nnd Kckaha at S p. m
Monduy. Tho Walaleale sails for Hi
namaulu and Kllauea at 4 p. m. on thn
The Japanese Y. M, C. A. publishes
today Its first number of tho "Young
Men," a monthly publication devoted
to Christian work among the Japan
ese In the Islands. Tho editor Is Y.
IX ALL SIZICS AXl) STYLUS
This Is the finest toll top
desk made In the uorld and
Sole tfiDuficttirer's Agents
for them for the Hawaiian
CALL ")ii ttt u sioif ficm to ytm
nuil iuoU you Our 1'rica on
Fall Styles !
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered ol them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers, i IV
Illustrated CATALOGUE and p-'cts furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and bllverware west of New Yoik City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.
Comprising Edgings, Bands,
Wave Patterns, ALSO
'. : -I -.' n simy Kw dJfciftWfffy ?'wLmM
.' V. .'. '-T . K .V0tr iBrT ' aBmJTi' 4 .Star naKSFhi
'""faW l-taBHJI I iHE
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ORGANIZATION IN FOURTH
The committee on organization for
the Fourth District convention was
held yesterday afternoon Immediately
after the adjournment of the general
meeting. It was voted to rciommend
to tho contention that the tempor.i'v
olllcera be made the permanent olllcern
of the convention and district commit
tee. Further ofllcers proposed were n
treasurer nnd an Executive commlttco
consisting of one member for eacn.
It was also voted to recommend that
the committee estnhllsh n district head
quarters, and that no funds should be
expended except on the order of the
No action was taken regarding tho
tie vote for delcgntcs of the Second
Precinct, nnd on the matter of rules II
was the general opinion that tho rules
mapped out by the Territorial conven
tion were Biifllclcnt, It being Inadvlsa
ltlo to Increase, the rules and regula
tions. The committee will have an
other meeting nt 7:30 Monday evening
to take up any matters that may be
necessary before reporting to the per
SILK APPLIQUE TRIMMINGS
-vklte, and black
A ImMiivLl Hat) f
Chiffons and Embroidered
600 Pieces of Ribbons
M JUST OPENED
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
919 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All worn guaranttsc
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 500
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, September 8, 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brcwtr & Company
Amtflcan Nugar u. ,,500,000
Ewa Plantation Co . 1 f.000.000
Hanrna Plantation Co i HJ.000 loo
Hawaiian AerlculturalCo 1.000,000 oo
Hawaiian Com SiSu C0.1 i,)if,T5o ,0
Hawaiian Sugar Co I a 000 000 loo,
Honomu Sugar Co , t)o,oud foo
Honoltaa Sugar Co It ouo,ooo 0
Haiku Sugar Co I oo.ooo oo
Kahuku Plantation Co I joo ooo
Kamato Sug Co LtJ A I j a, l,oooj
Mmiin OUK V.O, fa up
The perfection . . .
$ .. -TaiiMiii"
t iti?1,?lritml2l t2 U3 lliJ lMT FOLDING
When In use resembles a Cimera. When not In use can be folded Hat and
carncu in pocxci.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
JUdT RECEIVED--a fine line of Crystal Etched and Crystal Etched
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond & Coa
o- llouit FurnUtilng GooJt. Crockaiy anJ Glaiiwara Juo
King trtt, Honolulu.
BKaKiRiRarjfar4rj.MMrVi M M Ha Ha n ru Ha Ka lei Ha a rt ra
THERBHEWYIG0RANDSTREN6TII IN EVERYDROR
Ruining of tiouttc PlaH.
The hotue Hag of the Ilanullan Nul
gatlon Co. was rulsed aboard the gasu
Hue schooner Eclipse jestvrday uftcr
noon In the presence of tho olllccrs of
the company and others. The Hag
was raUed by Miss Annie Macutilay,
duughter uf CnptuTn .Macaulny, who dc
llovoicil the following uddress:
"The dark blue ground of this lias
rcpicscnts the dark blue ocean. Tht)
two tabu sticks forming tho letter It
arc famllla to all Hawalluns. Within
those tabu sticks arc enclosed the let-,
tern II. N. Co., meaning ot same being
the Hnwallan Navigation Co. The let- ,
tcrs In this flag ure In yellow, yellow
being n favorite color ot Hawalluns. I
"May God bless this beautiful lias,
nnd may peace unit prosperity follow It,
wherever It may float to tho breeze."
The Hag wus designed and made by
the daughters of Captain Macaulay.
Follonlng arc the otllcers of the com
pany: Allan Herbert, president; F.
j. Lowrcy, auditor; J. Campbell, treas- The arRest Circuiatori jn the islands ? The quality and flavor Is recog
urcr; J. McChcsney. secretary; Caiiln nlzed as the bebti anj cannot be exCeiej by any other brand.
.Macaulay, manager and director. por sae at eVery retail store, or by
' Something new at the soda fountain
of Heiibon, Smith & Co.
Kiiamnu Mjftr i-o ..
Koloa Sugar Co
KnrtM Suirar Ca . i
Miunaltl Sue if Co.at )
Maunaiti u i,o r J up
Oihu Sutar Co,
Unomta bUfEarCo. ., t,a,ooo
unicaia ducar run, uo.i oo,oooi
Olaa Su. Co.. LU.. at t 861,0001
Olaa Su Co, LtJ, pi up j 1 t.jooo
uiowaiu i.omrany ttr,oco
raauhau bu, I'lan. Lo 1 5.ooo,oru
Pacific Sueir Mill., . . 500000
raia I'lanmion -o 1 750,
Ptptckto Saear Co 1 950
Hlunttr Mill Co ,1 i.t jo,oop
WaUIui Aer. Co., as . 400,004!
WalaluaAe r.Co, pJ up 1,500,000
waianat impany ,
Walluku Sugar Co .
WalRunatu Suear Co
Walmti Mill Co
WllJtr Sttamihlo Cn
Inter ItUnJ Stum N Co'
Hawaiian Lltctrk Co
Hon, karU T.& UnJ Col
Hon Steam LaunJry I
Mutual TtJrphone Co
M aka ha CofletCo. L J ,p J
I'topl 1 ice & K't c Co
Hawaiian Gov 6percftit
Hawaiian (!ov jprcent
H1I0 k R.Co 6prrnt
Ewa I'lintatn 6pr cenrjrv..
KanuKu riini o pr centi
Uahu K & Lin 4
t. aim mi' tOl
160,000 0 ..
Etr cf nt
)o. rr r
Sales-10 Walaluu Pd; 5117.50.
Now Orleans received as a bequest la
1801 from Simon V. Sickles, a druggU
a fund of I1G,8U for tho ostabllsliinSRt
of a dispensary to furnish drugs' snl
medical adWcc free to the poor of the
city. Until 1877 the Income was usel
for this purpose, but the city council,
finding that the expense much exceedej
thp receipts, voted to stop the disburse
ments until the time, when the fund
should lune so Increased that the city
could equip n freo dispensary and thus
carry out tho testator's desire to tie
letter. The amount of the fund Is notr
$S3.0.'3.G1. When it has reached fliN,
000 the plan will be carried our.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
RoblTasie H AliS
Hlh rcde Up-to-Devtc.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
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 on hand at
T7!'!! TX7 TrTrl o -n
1 'j v V tJ xJA. VJLCA1I.A " "''.'
No. 10 ort Street: "
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