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ilUJNi HONOLULU, II. I., I'KIDAV. SUI'J UMlillH lb !
ilKyoiivWunt . .
DELICIOUS LOCAL AND KAL
..THE FIRST 01s THE SEASON..
'lkt Mi tt MtH IN In
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K&ffig;C A N D I E &"
Ilou.e I'lirnUhlnic (liH(d,
Silver M.teJ WW. Cutlery. I'wMt
KnttM.W.Jt aid Bitttim' HWf.
rubber line, either pl.ln or wkel
tounJ. M.ntli of SImI rnr. Liun
Man-tn, Lawn Sprinkler, Hic.h'gMs
Cutteri, lite. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Hinic,
Ctl"ii ru.l M.rk ii'
nd I'KAUNHS ....
FRBNCH BOSS, lite.
Our goods nre nude FKUSII
every day and cost 'about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
W ' ' li
NEW ENGLAND BEERY,
Sit ALL U'lflTK STAXDS.
St H a Hrnbt on t CunsMtf fur many rtatoni
2 rut cnlt fly tocautr II Is a Itl Invt.tmrnt ani
& a tvtl In.truaitnt thcuIJ b tought tn iht
tk rtrit plact
A Wlia FORTY NEW PIANOS In our
V tof to choote f.'.m, coniiiiinf cf the rtt
V kn.n nuktt Evtry on tuaranttci ani
P lth tuch an it.oftmtnl )ou tiatt aliantat.
-F otr nanyctiitaef VMt tlmta tht alt. il
Call and see us.
k REDflCTDOM MUSIC Cll FORT
The Evening Bulletin,
75 cent, per
We have reduced the price
and are now offering them
AT 70 CENTS
Six Different Styles
llil. tm limn
fmWIf liM Ml MJ'
nn Hr AHlhmllf
Thtf rf fill)' lttfltM.il NaWt
fur Itan lMNtt In IIh Mo.im.
MitMr In the New llnitl.li'l llk r
I.IMl H.tiinl.) rtrnllift. llH)t4)r
Ihp Olan lit. Ii.uImI ftlomalile I he
I'url trert wliart to JI?liarn hr
in in her.
Ilukr & AolMhr run furiilah ml
Moral clralgiia etc. p 1 litulrr New
A drat tl nun for llcjclo rrpilr
Inn wiiili'cl by Whllinan k Co.. 311
K. It. K. Wnllacp at tlu WIMcr
Klraiiialilp Co.. lfn nml fnmll) It'll In
the .Mnuiin Iam Dili forenoon fo.- n
.hurt trip to Kona.
Anions the tli-pnrtiirc. In the M.tuni
Iam IIiIk forrnoon orc thr fullonlUK
T. MiCitnt. Hlownrl. Mr.. It. IIctUt
limn mut Mr.. Crockett.
Tlic Kllnuiry nml I'lillmli'lphla nail
tor I'ortlaml lomorron-. The former
Km', with frclRht In trniult while the
riiflailelphla koc In li.illast.
Ml.. IMna llorfmiin of Ilnffalo. X. V.
nrrhnl ypntonlay on thn .tenmer Chi
na nml will nuumo n respon.llile posi
tion In tho New KnKlnml Dnkery.
The Invinrllile ami J. II. Drown will
.all In halln.t for tho Round this after
noon ami tho Florence, Tiironm nml
Standard for the amo dc.tln.tlon to
morrow. Tho Orphcum cafe I. at the pres
ent iimlerKoliiR a much needed and lt
.Imblu renovation. Tho potted plant,
and fre.h coat of paint add wonder, to
the Kenernl appearand' of the place, in
will the replacing of tho slam trail
mm. with Rcreen. allow tho cu.tom-
er. to enjoy their mcnl In cool and
Me.nr.. II. Ilackfcld & Co., Ltd., re
ceived liy tho Clilnii'. mall tliy moAt
Fatlxfylng Information that thn lie
mliiKton Standard typowrlter was
nnrdcd tho (Jrand I'rlx nt the Paris i
Hxpoaltlon, which dlplonin of honor !i
Rhen for exceptional merit only mid
clenrly demon. Irate, tho v.iperlnrlty of
the UemlnRton tandard ove all other
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
There will be nn exciting game of
baseball tomorrow nt S o'clock nt the
Punnhou grounds between teams from
Theo. H. Davlea & Co. and H. O. Hill
&. Sons. Following. Is the mnke-.ip
of the contesting nines:
T. H. D. & Co. D. Kahaulello, r.;
B. Joy. p.: J. Haiku, lb.; A. Pahau, 2.;
VC. nuh 3h.: S. Mnnu, ps.; A. Robert
son, rf.; C. Knano!. cf.; Williams, If.;
substitutes, V. Alila. John Aylett, C.
E. 0. H & S. Mnna, c; H. Knal, .).;
E. Tarls, lb.; Antone, 2b.; Renter, 3b.;
Klwn. ss.: Aklna. rf.; S, Kokl, cf.; J.
Hansman. If.; substitutes, KUIkokl, I..
Among me passengers inme.Moana
jls Mr G. E. IIrII. the Turkish Conn.ttl
nt San Francisco who has been travel
ing In tho Colonies and Samoa.
POTATOES ON THE JUMP.
Housekeepers hae now nnotber
cause for weeping and walling mid
gnashing of tteth. I.lk many other
necestarleif, potatoes have ta'.:ca a
Jump. Small dealers all over the lly
are trying their best to get a fow bai;s
for their customers but the struggle
Is very hard and a high price must be
Yesterday, a retail dealer arranged
for twenty bags nt the storo of a whol j
saler and when ho went to get tin
potatoes tht. morning, ho was told that
previous arrangements had been mnn.
However, the retailer finally succeeded
in getting ten bags at $1.75. the prl.'e
arranged yeeterday. Today, tbete h.i
betn a Jump of fifty cents on tho bag
Eggs are Just now on the verge of
four for a quarter unit tho contents not
guaranteed. Even California eggs are
telling at sixty cents a dozen.
ilu i tin vjirrr
Hotel St., nr. Fo -HONOLULU BICYCLE Co.. Sole Agents:?
THERES NEW VIGOR AND STRENGTH IH EVERY DROP.
The only thins In a drr time I. a HI) HON HOOT of the latest l.t, an J we
Ime them In Patent Leather an J Tan, something nice, nobby and stylish.
M MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
Fail Styles !
Comprising Edgings, Bands. Insertions and
Wave Patterns. ALSO
SILK APPLIQUE TRIMMINGS
wHitc and black
A Be&ut&tal Ha f
Chiffons and Embroidered
Cime of Ah On,
Ah On, one of the Chinese Informers of
the police department, was arrested yester
day on a warran' sworn to by a Chinese
client of Judge Davklson who alleges that
while under arrest by Ah On. the sum of
f5 was stolen from him by the officer.
The case came up In the Police Court
this forenoon. Judge Davidson appearing
for the prosecution and A. G. M. Robert'
son for the defense. Judge Davidson ask
ed that the case go over until tomorrow
whereat Judge Wilcox, a yachting enthusi
ast, smiled and said: "I would not like to
wilfully violate the law and the law states
that tomorrow is a public holiday. To
hold court on that da would not be law
ful. The case l continued until Tuesday."
600 Pieces of Ribbons
W. JUST OPENED
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
?19 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
VchhcIh at Knliulul.
The steamer Kilauea Hon came In from
Kahulul this morning after having lanJed
her cargo of bricks and freight. She
brought no return cargo. M. J, Homan,
the new former, reports the Antlope at Ka
hulul taking on ballast preparatory to de
parture for the Sound. The Ewa and Lur
line were both discharging. Fine weather
and School has
, . , B
vacation is over t
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical method, and that Is to use the
" Patent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds flat when empty which enables you to
strap it together With your books, or put It In our pocket.
They are WATERPROOF and the
Price is 25 cents each
Sse them displayed In our front window
W. W & Dimond Co; Ltd;
OF Crockery, fj lass and House Furnishing Goods.
Territory of Hav, all
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite Iron Ware,
Pa P-a Pa P-a fa Pa pa fn rot r rut m rat :: Pa r-a P-a Tjj a Ha la Ha to a fa f-a
The Kumchumcha Exhibit.
Part of the Kamehameha School exhibit,
wli'ch has received a gold medal at Paris,
is the gold medal won at the previous
great fair In Paris enclosed In a neat box
m ide by the pupils In the carpenter shop
of the Manual. The whole exhibit Is the '
same one that was awarded a first class i
mejal and diploma at Omaha last year.
r MAGIC I headaches
I WAFERS breakfast.
:aina.i.M'i.m ..,,. , .iru,,,,,,.
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 retai1 store, or by
l Ml SIXI.s , SH STYLUS
I hi. it the r.Mt Ml Uf
desk in-jje In the wofU aJ
Sole Manufacturer's Agents
for tht HiuaMin
CALL il"'t Id tlniH Ihrm to yiB
ami iuolr tnii Dm I'rim on
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarant.4.
M F. LUCAS,
20j Hotel Street ... P. O. Box soa
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, September 14, 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C, brewtr fit Company
AmrfKnAuer t-o ' tjOtoao
Ewi PUnlitlon Co ' looomm
IUmo I'UntattlonCo itsmo lool
ii.u..ii.-..i, ,.t . : imi
ipawaiiniinKiiiMiiuiaiwu l(uuu,OW 1
HHrMnCom AcSuCo. s.in.fjo ,a
llonomu Sucr Co
Hiiku Sujjir Co
Kahuku I'lantattnn Co
KimaloSujjr Co.LtJ a
Kami In Sujr Co. pdup
Kliatiulu Sucar Co ..,
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co . at
Maunalcl Sub" Co,
Maunalffl Su Co pi up
NihlkuSuK Co.LtJ at
t OUOKU i
160.000 1 oo
villi juiar x'j
Onomca Sugar Co ,
Ookala Sugar Han Co,
OlaaSu. Co, LtJ., ai)
Otaa Su Co, Ltd, p4 up J
Paauhau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pal iMinutlun Co ....
Pp:Lo Sugar Co
'ionetr jmiii io
WalaluaAgr.Co, p4 up
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmaiulo Suear Co
Inirr-UlanJ SitAm N.Co
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co
Hon Steam Laundry
Kona-KauT tT C.LU
Mutual Telrphnnr Co
Oahu Ry & LanJ Co .
t'topic l (INK I g t-ol
Hawaiian Gov 6pcrcnl.
Hawaiian (iov percent .
H1I0R R.Co 6 percent .
bwa Ptantal n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent .
Oahu R & Lani Co. pr c, . ,
i t.yxino o
t.ijo.oool iwij IjlH
1.400,000! loo, t8Ji
t.joow) loo ii3h
l " 16
! "i!i """
300,000 100 ,
1 30.000 loo
f 3.000 loo(
Ewa, 1 28 or.
Govt. Oj, Sioo.oo; 25
lolunl College Miitjozlnc.
The second number of the lolaid Cot
leiic Magazine was published this morn
ing. In it are contalred quite a lot of ex
cellent reading matter pertaining to the
work at the school. IncludeJ are articles
on Dr. Sun Yat Sen Letters from Tien
I'sln and Training. To iov that the
college bovs are IntrresteJ in athletics, an
eMract from the l-aws of association foot
ball Is publlsheJ. There is also an editor
ial nn cricket. The magazine Is neatly got
ten up and there is no reason why it
should not prove a great success.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
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
E. W. Jordan, ;
No. 10 ort Street.