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TUB feVHNlNO HUl.UillNi MQNr)MllU, II I MtlDAY SIH'IHMHI'M 14 q
JUBT RECEIVED A LAMB SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
trarili Men f)t iKtltflillr Ml JVCfS in mat aa
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PREMIUMS, Worllralr.Crikan.iM Al.ialla Jiieilaa
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Tl ttatly ! el Alwii Pwilani Omni In ttia Unltti Staka Ja iiiiIii than that of any otnai Irani.
Ttia lollolnn mi mail In actual work ty Col D C. Houllon. Coral tt Enclnatft, U, S. A . al Ilia
Ma call arounl (jcnarnor a Ialan4, Naw York Hath, till lK Nm ao.uila ty llf ntliar cantnt. Il It
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Ullty Dat, III rounla fix Sllaaralkl II iltat IM Uil color an Iho aaott anlulabl. vtailnf auitaca.
Ttitlmonlalt from nott aralnant an...tri, archltacla an! contractor MJortlnr Ova kith trala
toallty ct "ALSEN" furnlihtl on arplkatlon to
I PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM vM
With Crushed Fruits I
I Only AT-aa. H
1 HONOLULU - DRUG - CO. I
H : All others are Imitations H
Families and Parlors SupplleJ at SHORT NOTICE. : I
Our Ice Cream Soda is the talk of the I
Ifo HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
"We T7sTa.tc.fci. "THil "STo-u. Sloep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ::::::::
Rallab'a Walchmtn lutnlihad for atorat an! cropaity. Bait City rataitncaa lurnlihil. Daltctlva
and confllantlal work ol all tort
Office Room 4 Model Block
MjjjJ.JJtJtJt C I. J." l?
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make a lare drink lor small money.
ASK FOR THEM '
AT YOUR DRUGGISTS. fc
It you are not acquainted wun spaimeu ne win explain tnr wormng or them,
whUh Is so simple that a child an operate the aerating of the bottle.
Ulie.iptr titan o:ner aereatea waters
hflr drlnlclnff water.
or All Ilia IraJIne DRUGCISTS anl
art urr'J Mtn si'akklc i -
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
' if if if k f ' "'' if riff if if if
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
Cos. Fort aid Midchant Smelts
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tbt World Renownl BnnJ of Cljtti. ,
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stort 4 Office Flttlnr-
Plant tnd EttlmtUi FurnTthftd.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERB 6c CO.,
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
O.O. W. Pica
P. W. BtaratlH
P. O, Boi Til
BBARDBLEe & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms a-4. Arlington Annex.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. , 1441
Or ALL IIHDB.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen ntrnat. Hnnolnln
H. F. BBRTBLIYIAN'S
I'o nar of old stand, Entranci on King
ifMt. O.'i'ers left at either shop, or office,
tt Jo'r.n NoltV 'ore, Kln street, will re
promp' ittiri'lnD. MH'tf
' Jfefp.ifer.M -''.' :f, .jxhr
f imttrti wlltt ottur turn) II It II
fort I INE LONUtEl E WORK.
Ja ! Hoial Taatlnt Station, fiatlm. ilb-ai
CllI Ofii r'l OxhiI
TtiM I'.m &M
Altar illtyt. Ahar tiara. Attar allaa
Int. Ea n illf. CtntafinKI Int. El n
aclivrl. It. al lha ...mai llat !.,. ,,.
:Drvi ds Oo., Hata..
P. O. HOX JS4.
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All families should use bparklets In ,
Stir.Wt.piti on ht ItlanJt
an j ma prrpart j romas.
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Cii7 and gee them.
We al60 have a
Fine line of . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundred in ute in tint city.
AND SEE THE DISPUY.
Put od a Good Front Anyhow
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It......
TUB BEST IS CHEAPEST
Iharalor. our til It ilwayi Ma lowail
baciuia Ihara aia no tiattar (oolt nal. tnin thosa
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1 ni jui uiuQ- u iii uiu aioit or
Dlannlnr naw ona coniull ui rigaiJInt how to
4o It In ityla.
I BaiMat Slpia an4 Dliplay Fliturai w ara
pr.panl to eeura wltu you on any km4 ol Inmloi
flnlih or lurnlturi In thaway ol offlca or atora fixturai
oaniuoa antivmf, oic, in nara wooat of all kinJi.
Plant anl diiljoi for tha atklna; of
Lewers & Ounce,
Fine Job rrlntlng at the. bulletin
Hipattiise k Co
LIST SWWS VERY KST
TALENT IN HONOLULU
Excellent bficcrs of the Dy Have
Been Chosen Tug to Follow
Yacht Rices Good Day's
The entries for Iho Heitli. Day
ri'nt climeil nl tho nfTlce of IMrlhc
llnnlwarc Co. nt 4 p. m. yislenWy. Koi
lowing la tho result: k .''.
1. 8lx-uarcd slIillnR noiit Imrgo (Hell
buoy course.) I'rlio $30 trophy, Hh
trie Myrtle, by W. W. Harris; Ilea
lanl, by Jack Atkinson.
2. Whalehoat race. First prlie, J10;
second, 110, Entries Honolulu, by
Sharkey; Pilot and John Currlc, by II.
3. Tug-of-wnr of oared shore boats.
Not less than two .boats on a side.
Prlie, 20. Kntrles Dewey, Main?
Alameda, Ivanhoo, Minnie and Hono
lulu. 4. Six oared sliding seat barge race.
"Old timers." Prize, glory. Kntrles
Myrtle, by W. W. Harris; Hcatanl by
C. First class yarht race. First prize.
$100 trophy; second, $30. Entries
i:va, by B. O. White: Helene. by F.
Whitney, and Ilonnlu IJunilte, by C. II.
G. Second class yacht race. Flitt
prize, $30 trophy; Bccond, $30 'trophy;
third, $20 trophy. Entries Hawaii, by
W. U. Wilcox; Dewey, by T. W. Hob
ron, nnd Marlon, by J. I,lghtfoot.
7. Third class yacht raco. First
prize, $10 trophy; second, $23 tropin-,
third, $20 trophy. Kntrles Opltsah, by
II. I). I'cnlmllow; .Myrtle, by O. A. Cro-
zlcr nnd It. II. Ilrotherton, Kalkc. by
II. M. Mott-Smlth and Vl-ke, by I'rlncu
8. Fourth class yacht race. Flrit
prize, $10 trophy; second, $23 trophy;
third, $20 trophy. Kntrles Anna, by
C. F. Chllllneworth, Edith L., by Sam
Dowsctt, AbUlo M., by II. M. Dow. and
rokll, by H. B. Williams.
3. Six oared gig raco. Stationary
scats. Prize, $30. (Japanese fishing
boats.) Entiles Nanlwa, by II. Ev
ans; Tnkachlho, by W. Smithies; Ml-
auda, by II. Armitagc; Mntsumoto, by
Shanks Mossman, and Yamada, by Ha
waiian Dallastlng Co.
10. Swimming rate, 100 yards.
straightaway. Prize. $15. No entrloi.
After this race there will be an Inter
mission for luncheon.
11. Six jiaddlo canoo raco. First
prize, $20; second, $10. Entries Ala
bama, by A. M. Iirown; Walklkl, by
L.. P. Scott; Wela Ka Hoa, by Saci;
I'uakllanl. by Kuhlo; Kakaako, by
Moke, and Sarah, by Sam Woods.
12. Six oared sliding seat barge.
Prize, $25 trophy. Entries Hcalanli,
by II. Y. & D. C. and Myrtle, bv !. V
13. Tug-of-wnr between steamer Mr
vice boats In actual use. Prize, $23.
No entries yet.
14. Two oared Bhoro boats. First
prizo, $15; second, $10. Entries Maid
of Erin by Sam Kino; Mayflower, uy
Mahlna; Alameda and llcady, by Kna
uaua; La Paloma. by Mahuka; China,
by Smith; Lawo Nlhl, by Sharkey;
Nippon Maru, by Malla, and St.-p Ja
15. Diving contest for distance.
Prize, $15. Entries S. P. Kulwa 311J
16. Steamer boat race. First prize,
$30; second $15. Entries W. M. Mo
Chesncy, by Sharkey; William OIsju.
by Joe; Ecllpso by J. O. Spencer, and
Walalua, by II. Evans.
17. Sailing canoo raco. First prlzo,
$20; second, $10. Kntrles Walklkl, by
la. P. Scott; Alabama, by A. M. Brown;
Wela Ka Hao, by Sam; Pualellanl, Ly
Koa; Nonon, Taonlmatun and Takatoa,
by John Wilson; Kclahiiklmoku, Hca-
lanl and Kcaloha, by Moke, and Sarah,
by Sam Woods.
18. Half mllo .(moro or less) swim
ming race. Prlzo $15. Entries S. P.
19. Four oared merchant Bhlp boats.
First prize, $20; second, $10. Entries-
Honolulu, by Sharkey; Philadelphia,
by F. Kruger; Dunreggan and Turk &
Lewis, by H, Evans, and McNear, by
MLunuo, Hamilton a Kenny,
Tho l!!ccrs of the day will bo ns
Judges Capt. C. J .Campbell, C. J.
McCarthy nnd O. W. Mncfarlano.
Starter C, I). Wilson,
Timekeepers I. P. Scott F. II. Har
oy, Capt. OrlfllthH and Chris Wilds.
Clerk of Course Capt. II. II, Purler.
Hegatta Committee A, A, Wilder,
J, 0. Lnno nnd A. U. 0, Atkinson
Itecordcr J, F, Sopor and C. Char
lock. Secretary J. W. Smithies.
&,&&". uA .!.aiV )bMU&tSXk
Ilif signals for slartlnK In tho V h
Hairs will Im as follows
Plrt Class 1'irpnraliiry nun l ',
in 1 starting gun, Ham
Second Class Preparatory gun
II 05 a. m 1 starting gun, 11 10 a m,
Third Clasi-Prtparatory gun, II IS
1 m . starting gun, II 20 a, m
IVurlh Class Preparatory gin,
lt'2& a, m.i starting gun, tt '30 a m
All )arhts falling to comply with
alioie regulations will be barred
There mimt bit at leait lliree liotts
started before a third price will be
In swimming and diving races n
tries will be open until Hie star
For further Information apply In the
Itegalta Committee, or to the Secro
tary. J. W Smithies
The Judges In everything except the
arht rares will be Capt. Campbell, C
J. McCarthy and C. II Wilson
The tug Ixmt will follow the yachts
in their nintests Judges, newspapr
men nnd a few others will be the only
ones aboard .
How Columbia Gets
NEW YORK. Sept. C llenlto Zala-
men, United Statcti lice consul general
at Ilogotn, reached the city last night
with dispatches to Secretary Hay from
Charles lluriletto Hart, tho minister
to Colombia. Mr. Z.iliimeii brought
iiuwh of the real state of affair In the
country which has been concealed by
orders of tho usurping president
Some time ugo iioas wns recelwd
that President San Cletnente had re
signed and that Vke-Presldeut Mario
guln had legally succeeded him This
news was sent by enblo by Marrogtiln
to tho Colombian reprcsentntUes till
over the world, with Instructions to
trnnsmlt It to the heads of the arlous
governments The latter weru suspl i-
oils of Marraguln and delaed recognis
ing him. Minister Hart was asked to
send fuller Information to Washington.
It now appears that Marrogtiln did not
peacefully succeed San Cletnente but
Belzcd him, together with Ocnernl I'.i
laclo, the secretary of state, and put
them In prison at MUctn. The actual
coup do'etat took place on July 31st at
The present Htntn of affairs Is an out-
ciMiio of the contest that for the last ten
months has been fought by the cons-i-vatlves
agalmt the liberals, or revo
lutionists. When this contest wns prac
tically ended tho historical wing of th?
conservatives broke away from the
naturalistic wing In nn attempt to get
the upper hand In tho government. Tho
historical wing, under Manogulii, do
elded upon the coup d'etat.
Mr. Zalamen saw President San
Clemcntc In the prison at Vllleta. Tho
president told him that he would not
give In or recognize tho new order of
things. He wns Impatient for the tru
state of affairs to bo made known.
Since nssiimlng power Mnrroguln h 11
overridden the constitution, the lnw-a
and everything else, conducting him
self In a manner little short of n mili
tary dictator. Ho has succeeded In
keeping the news of Snn Clemcnte'a
imprisonment from getting abroad up
to tho present time,
"Sovcrnl of the governors of tho dif
ferent states nnd other agents of the
legitimate, government hne refused to
recognize Mnrroguln," said Sir. Zalt
mca. "They have taken the stnnd that
San Clemcntc, having been elected ac
cording tc tho constitution, Is tho only
legitimate president. Tho supremo
court likewise has refused to recognize
the new government. Tho consejo de
cstaco (tho consell d'etnt, or cahinoi)
has taken tho same Htand' toward Mir
roguln. In fact, there Is a widespread
opposition to him, and It is not liu
probablo that tho naturalistic wing of
the conservatives will Join forces wlln
their old enemies, tho liberals, and en
deavor to overthrow him. Personally
Marrogtiln Is a pleasant man, wlro has
been driven to his present course of
action by his party."
Kduardo Esplnosj, coiibuI general of
tho Colombian government In New
York, was astonished (o hear of San
Clcmentos imprisonment nnd Marro
gulnV usurpation. Ho has decided not
to recogulzo Mnrroguln.
Rnpld TrnnHlt Courting.
Wllkcsbarre, Pa., Sept. 5. After a
courtsnlp of only a few hours, Jntob
Mudlsou, a wealthy fruit graver nf
California, and Miss Annetta Davis, 11
hello of Plymouth, wcro marlnd there
from Europe, and stopped in Plymouth
tho night before, haying no lla of get
ting married. He had Just returned
from Kuropo and stopped In Pllymouth
to visit friends. He never saw Mhs
Davis till yesterday morning. Tiuti
thoy woro Introduced for tho first time
It was a case of lovo at first sight on
hot hsldes. In two hours Madison had
proposed and wns accepted, Yestcn'ay
afternoon they were made one by
Registrar Pollock. Mr. mil Mrs. Madi
son start for San Francisco today.
PER & 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, rranberrles, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and Bhell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail, A .all line of
canued goods. CAMAniNOS ItEFUI
OEItATOR islccly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1,00
per week up,
J HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
JV' O. Achl President A Msosf.i
M'K.Nakulu Vice rre.ld.nl
i; MakalnaU .Traurr
""" .... ....7W.WM.IT
Oeo. L. Ueshs Audllnr
IIOAUI) OF nillKUTOlW:
J. W. Illplkane,
The above Comnnnjr will buy, Inane,
or sell UnJt In all ;rU of the Hawaiian
I.land.. anil lvi fia 1..... .,.. ,...
of Hoiiolnlu fur rant. Uhfl.vi
Visitors are cordially Invited tc
-all and Inspect our gallery of lift
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Htreot ::
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
JW We will Bo or f,i Seal Katatoli
II parts of tan group.
OT We will Bell rropertlea on Ueason
)FFICE. 10 WEST KING STREEl
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
' FOK HALE.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . . .
P. B. K. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Vlnancll Agnt and Collector
No. 9 Bethel St., near P. O.
laiS TtitpB0L4 04l
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had tor the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
GHAS. CB4MER .
0. A. GROTE
Merchant -J- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST -CUSS WORK GUARANTEE!!
union at. near Hotel isog
A SPPHIAI. MPPTIwn nn Tun
stockholders iof the Orpheum Co., Ltd.,
will be held at the office of M, P. Robinson
nn Tmmi1.iv. th tKlh nf cr,t.mt..., .
purpose of meeting being to consider the '
.auviMuiiiiy ui nicicasing me capnai siock
of the company to accept the amendment
to the charter of the company, and to
transact any other business that may come
before such meeting.
, , D KAWANANAKOA
Fine Jo'b Printing at the Bulletin
iftMi., trettrs mo wki-..
,?'i!,,.,i?L!).vi'IN : '''"idem
I. H. CASTU ,t VlcfPresUent
.V. M Al I VAMU u .l III,., n t ,-- .
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AuJIIor
Sugar Facters and
Hawaiian Gfmmerclal tV Sugar Co.
Ol.ia Sugar Co.
Haiku Sucsr Co.
Pal.i PlantatloT Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plintation Cof
Hawaiian Sug.ii Co.
Kahulul HallrojJ Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Baa
llali! win Locomotive Works, ot
Philadelphia. Penn.. U. 8. A.
Newell ITnliranl 1ltl r,. ,v. .,...
Cane Shrulder), New York, U. S. A.
o. uuiiiiiui u coa uneralcal Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grnde Far.
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pine Pnvnrtnv
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
rarnlllno I'alut Co. 'a P. & U. I'alnta
nnd Papers, Lucol and Llnse
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indiirlna (a cold-water paint), X
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime
CASTLE & COOKB
JJ" Wa'alua Afrltulnv.l Co . L ,;
Tka Kohala Sural C.
TJ. Walasaa Su.i llll C.
Ta K.loa amculluial C,
TO. Fulton Iron Worka. St. I call. Ma.
Tha Stanlaid Oil Co. '..
Tba Gao. F, Bliki Slaia Paaj.a.
waatoo a Ctntrlfufala
JJa Naw Enrl.nl Ufa InaurascaC, .1 laa a .
T5 fl,? F"! '"Co. of Hartfail aiJ '
Th. Alllanc. Aaimanca C al L,.l
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. Imln..Prnttl(tAnf tin f-
" r-ck.cU Vlce l'reIdent
W,,M' ,"rar'1 -Second Vlco President
i. .u. ouiuivy jr. .... Trcas. and 8ee.
Oeo. J. Ross Auditor
AOIRTI OP TB
0IANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF BAM FRANOIBOO. OAT
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU.
The Lanashlre Insurance Co.
The Halolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Mact ne, HU
BREWER C6.f L!PD.,
Ouaan aUaal. Honolulu H.
HawaIIak AafltnithirBl f -..- a 1
CoB(.any, Ootala Sura, jl."nt. Co' Onoau iSm
Co., Honoaiu Sugar Co , Walluku Suiai C. . MaC
It Co.'i tlna of Uoatn Packata
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M, Cooke, President! Oeorn an.
Robertaou, Manager) K.' V. Blahm
Treasurer and Secretary 1 Ool, W, .
Allen, Audit ir; P, a Jones, H. Waiar
house, Geo. R. Carter. Director!.
O.nsral lUnajpu ot
T. IqaiUbli Lift Amoudci Soeiilf
Of the UnlUd BUU for the BawsUw
Otriflii Manhant itrMl Bo
M. PHILLIP0 A CO.,
Wholesals Importer! and Jobben
laropeu and American tirj looa
to t and Qneen Htrnti.
H. HAOKFELD i CO., Ltd
IMBBAL COMMISSION mm.
Oor.Fort and Queen Blreeta Boaotate