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AT PR.CES TO SUIT.
AND NOW ON
J,vtoVne Furniture Co.,
AND LET LIVE
Out Tentorial Tr.awy II Emftjr
Bi.imals Jull iini many workmen
af.kRtmloe. Soma p.nple Jon't
net'ef a llttta tMot'Uki ills, but th.r.
art clHt with Mi f amllleV to support
i iotomthli i hJtJihlp. Forth
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I NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
h dUra to ki thlrty,lnrac
pound loaves for one dollar
cosh. Tickets tor which iiim
pocorrd at th store o' I'om th
drivers. Our popultr 10 cent
light breakfast mitoplaa
tvtrytody JuJitnfC from th crowit.
Blrfackagts Hm Sandwiches with
Pu. Doochnull, Etc , lor Welkin
Mm. Clctki, Etc., 15c only.
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DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. TILL li PM,
NOW IS THE TIME
(To have your IRON ROOFS
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We guarantee all work. Give
It a trial and be convinced.-
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The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Octopus, by Norris.
Lords o! the North, by Laut.
Observations o! Henry, by Jerome.
The Helmet of Navarre, by Runkle.
King o? Honey Island, by Thompson.
The Turn of the Koad, by Frothingham.
In the Name of a Woman, by Marchmont.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
' Biscuit or.
Or toat othtr klni ol Biscuit or Wafer mcb ai
' Rents HM
Eduator ' '
ETC., ETC. ETC., ETC,
Juit utelv.l a Ita.h thlpmint ol 'Jia atvt at
H. MAY:'& CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 92. P. O Box 386
ENTRANCE BOSTON BUILDING
TAKB TUB ELEVATOR
When customers send films from
California to us for developing and ,
printing, there must be more than t
ordlnuy merit In the class of wotk
we turn out. TheO claim that they
cannot get the same excellent re- ,
suits In San FrancNco, and are will
ing to send 2oco miles and b? sure'
of having good Kodak pictures.
That's why we get the buslness-
We turn out unlformerly good work.
Everv roll of film receives the best
treatment that skill and experience
can give It.
f ur photographic department Is full
of wurk, but we are able to turn out
work whn promised, and no orJei
Our popular prices will sive many
a dollar for the ami.teut:that.'s an
other reason for vou .to bring us
Remember we are headquirters for
Kodaks fresh films, plates, printing
papes-ever thing In the photo
Let us have yout next mil and we
will demonstrate our claims lor
excellent and careful pho.o work.
Anticipates no New Complications in
Settlement of Questions Grow
ing Out of Chinese
i:. II. Conger, United States Minister
to China, was a passenger in tho Nip
pon Marti on his way back to Peking
after a sixty days' lcavo of absence,
spent In th'e States. He is traveling
alone this time. Mrs. Conger and
daughter remaining In Iowa to prolong
their visit.' They will not go to China
until next spring. Indeed they may
not go. even then, for the Mate Hcpub
llcan Convention of Iowa, to bo lieltl
August 7, may name Minister Conger
ni the next Governor of that State. In
which case he will return from China
in time to take part iu the campaign
I his fall.
MlnUter Conger wa a guest at tho
Moann hotel last nlgnt. Ho weighs
mure than he dirt when he passed
through Honolulu about two months
ago anil lins lost the look of wcarlnehS
and rare that was so noticeable nt that
time. He has thoroughly recunerntcil
and bears evidence of being able to go
through another siege with the Iloxcrs
"I feel Immensely well and wonder
fully rested. When I was here before
I was worn out. My trip home has
been a pleasure' from every sturfflpolnt.
Ve were given a splendid reception In
Iowa. The people at homo could not
have trentcd us belter. I traveled about
tho country nearly nil the time and
did not havo the chance of visiting
many Iowa friends whom I desired
very much to sec. However, I did not
dare run around much In my own
State, for In so doing I would have
been open to the charge of electioneer
ing for the Governorship.
"About being Governor of Iowa. I
stand exactly ns I stated to the llullc
tln on my homeward trip. If I am
nominated on August 7th I will go
homo anil Adeem my promise to no,
tcpt. Otherwise, I will rcnialu In Chi
"What do you think the convention
"Oh. 1 think Mr. Cummins will lit
nominated. He wilt go Into the con
vention with over COO delegates. There
are over IBM) delegates In the luwn
ctair Convention this enr. utnl one of
this number ho has n ntlendbl fighting
liame to win." Continuing Mr. C lin
ger, said: "Cummins will make a
good governor. He Is the hnndtminfsi
man I have ever seen. He has n m.tg
nlllccnt bruin and knows how to use
"What about the newspaper reports
that the President and yourself are
not In perfect nceord?"
"My relations with President Mr
Kinley arc such as leave nothing to b
desired. Ever since we were colleagues
in the House of llcprcr.entatlvcs, our
relations have been cordial and 'ntt
mate and they never were so cordial
and Intimate ns now. In the business
In Chlnu there havo been no dltTerenics
between us and I am nssurcd that the
President and Secretary Hair ns well,
endorses and approves of the courso
pursued by myself.
"As to the position to bo tnken by
tho t'nlted States In Chlueso problems
on my return, 1 nm not 111 ntieriy 10
speak. The Stnto Department has glv
en out nil tho Information on thesi
matters, thnt It Is proper to glv'e. In
my absence, Mr. Uoclililll has hieti
arrylng on the work of Indemnity
settlement. I have Win apprised ol
no new complications."
Minister Conger Is very well ac
quainted with Dr. Sun the Chinese liber
ator, well known In Honolulu. They
were fellow passengers on tho trip
from Chlnu. Of tho ambitions and
ho purposes of the reformer, Mr. Con
ger would not make th! slightest com
ment. owcver. It wa clear that thn
enterprising Hawaiian Chinese, had
mnde un Impression upon Minister
Conger, which would lead the latter to
expect to hear ftom him again. Mr.
Conger was interested to know thnt
l)i. Sun hud left Hawaii for the Orient
Two trophies of his visit home, nro
mentioned by Mr. Conger with dlgnl-
Bed pride. Lombard University at
Galesburg. 111., conferred upon him the
honoinry ilegrco of I.!.. l Tho same
iionor wits bestowed by Tufts College
nt Iloston. ' '
Mr. Conger'B stop-over at Honolulu
was made more pleasant by unexpect
ed meeting with his cousin 13. II. Con
ger of Iloston. who Is here on n pleas
tiro trip and Is stopping ut tho Moanu.
Oil has been discovered In Oklahoma.
Seo J. M. Vivas' ad for good property.
Hrrazuriz, President of Chile Is dead.
Mrs. Cecil Drown fa expected homo
In the Peru.
Kansas crops are threatened by long
Cardinal Gibbons says the health of
tho Pope Is still good.
Over 4000 names wore added to the
pension rolls last year.
Mali 13G means wood and coal. Ring
'em up for your next order.
Take, a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 5 cents.
Gon. Methttcn defeated a party of
Boer raiders In the Transvaal.
Plague deaths in Cape Town up to
June 15 were 338, out of 714 cases. '
C. D. Graham made bis fifth trip
through Niagara rapids In n barrel
Dr. Uoglo, chiropodist, rornoves.
corns and Ingrowing nails painlessly.
The steamship Humboldt arrived In
Seattle with 30O,OOO of Klondike gold.
Gomes H. McTlgbe, successors to Ca
rdura & Co., liquor dealers; 35 King St.
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. 1J. Cooper were at the
Occidental hotel, Ban Francisco, Jul
Not steam but highly esteemed Rain
ier Jieer on tap or In bottles. Pantheon
Frederick W. Holls Is mentioned ns
Embassador to Germany to succeed
Over 100,000 American horses have
been shipped to South Africa for the
Tho talk of the town, Is the bargains
In shoes you can get at the Manufac
turers' Shoe Co.
Judge James M. Sellers, a leading
lawyer of Indiana, killed himself by
Assessor Pratt states that the Income
tax returns are now coming in la a
flood from all parts of the Islands.
Miss Abagall Campbell will probably
return to Honolulu In October, If not
at that time, she will wait until next
Tho body of Airs. Samuel Parker will
be brought back In the Pern. The be
reaved husband will accompany thu re
mains. Andrews, Peters & Andrude for Miry
J. Montanuo vs. W. R Castle. linv
filed notice of motion to set a day fui
hearing in the above case.
Hoohull nnd Opua, the two natives
Charged with mayhem, were tried In
tho Police Court jestcMay afternoon
and were committed Id tho Cln tilt
Couit for trial.
Mrs. Frank Woods and Miss Helen
P.ttkcr, daughters of the Inte Mrs. S-vt
ucl I'aikcr. will be heie In the Klin
talurday to await the anlv.il of the
body of their mother.
Superintendent of Public Works
James II. Ilojd Is niter the Tramways
Co. Ho Intends to make the cars turn
to the right Instead of the left vvltcn
going over the switches.
Tho Hammer plate IB tho only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely In a warm climate.. It does
not frill or spot nnd Is quicker than
lightning. The HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. Bole agents.
In the case of John Poroda vs. Har
ry Armltagc. administrator of the es
tate of Frank Petoutka, order has been
made by Judge Gear for a com
mission to take the testimony of two
wltnct?n iu Winonn Mian.
From present Indications, thetc Is
Just enough money left from the special
appropriation bill for the payment of
tho expenses ol th special session to
compensate the ulllccrs of both houses
of the Legislature up to and Including
tho lust day of the session.
A. Cruz, alias Murlu Wnlmcrs, up
pear In the Police Coutt this forenoon
on tho charge or selling liquor with
out a lUetibe. Defendant was found
guilty nnd sentenced to pay n flue of
tlOO and costs. Maria keeps a placn on
Richards street just makai of the Pa
cific Tennis Club grounds.
In the matter of tho guardianship of
A. II. F. Renton and M. O. Retitou, the
following account of securities nnd
cash In tho guardian' uands has been
filed by Geo. F, Renton: 11 O. II. & L.
bonds, $11,000; 22 Hwu plantation
bonds, (22,000; 9 Oabu sugar bonds,
JS000; 7 shareh Haw. Star Ass'n., 70;
375 Blircs Ilumaktm Mill, S37.:00; 112
shares Union Mill. $11,200; 00 shares
Soring Valley Witter Works of Cal..
$0000; real estttto, San Franelsio. $10,.
000 r cash on hand, $0,SC0.IK; total,
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
in all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and vcy springy : : : :
MEN'8 $1 75
McINERNY SHOE STORE
HimAS I'lanrjtlnfl Cal.
HwitjnAcr(ciViwrK', irii r4 --
Hliii Sugar Co ,. ,. v ; i;
Monofnu bujfjf Li TV" p"
Kklmku r'linutfvin Co. y,
K -.ifiutuSujEir Ot
Kwt 4 dUKaf CJ
KofiM Sugar d.. ...
" ' dJuiI
NMVuSur Co LiJati
Oho Sugar Cflj
Onomi augirCo .
Outuli Suattr rim, Co
UIa bu. Co. LU.. All
viuwiiu viri-anr , .at i
Pl I'tinut'on Co....
I'tptfkco Sugir 0
Hlonwr Mill Co ....
Wtiiiui A,T, Co, it
WUna Lumptiiy .,,.
Waimirtiln Sugmj Co
ijfvttfn 9 J
I f,JTKVM V
1 ,r) .1 wm
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GREAT BARGAIN SALE
m yards Fancy Neck Ribbon
III the very latest, 3 and 4 incites wide, large
!!l 9 ficcnrtmnnl n( frAnrc tt til Vn nli-.,l rn cit.i If
111 HJJUIIIIIV.III W V.UIU1J) 'HI JW I'lHVWtl Ull UIV,
III c at 15 cts a yard
III iairr. II
1 nntpc tvrnnpr nif
111 aMUlWiJ 11 luiruwi iHlv III
HI o Just opened three cases Ladies' Wrappers i
HI m.tde from the very best percale, fast colors 1
HI 9 m newest patterns, sies 32-34, nicely trimmtd
o excellent value for 81.00. Specitil on
sale at $I.RO. Ladies White Lawn
HI Wrappers at $1.75, this is our regular I
HI S2 25 Wrapper.
I ! Great Gingham Sale
HI ? 1 hree cases of new, stylish, fast color Glng-
0) nam in tinycnecKs, pretty stripes, Dioken 1
plaids, at 8 1-3 cts a yard. Ill
HI Fifty pieces In small Plaids only, best brand; Ml
for one week at 7 cts a yard
Parifir, Imnnrt Co.. Ltd.
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CL irMTOIM .1. hljtchiSjs.
FIRE grT MARINE
ATcIIVERIVV BLOCIC. PORT ST.
WalUKi A1UI Lu
Inl.fli'inJ Main N.GJ.
Ilaahan tictrwOi .-1
Hon RipUTft liruO.
rion, Aifani u jiy ,. .1
Mjtuat Ttlrthjnl.a .. I
Ouu H) & LnJ Co. .;
Pcoplt lc K ft Ca
Flrtt Natloral llantc
HfMA.S llmki r.Co' 1.
UONUS, , ,
HawallanCNV 6prcMit ..i.n.
Hawa'lanOov. jfrctnt,. ....... .
H1I0 H, M.Co.oprtuat J,...
Hon. kapll rrIU...! .'...J.
Ea Plantain .mccmi ....J utd
Oahu Plantation p C if..i
uiaa Kianiaoun p
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Sale 3 W.laJnm, ISUt; 3 WU-
wrjjvrd e. axruy,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchmtie.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stick Exebuft
OrJers torthe purchase or safe of stock
Ground FImc iwUButUane.
Postoffice Bor. J to. I69tia K5.
33 shires HawauaaTiSan) Ou., Mi.
15 sbares Star Sodi Wax Work.. .
10 shares Territory Stiiis Xa Ltd..
Allan W. Judd,
307 STANGENWALO tUJDC.
Tel. Main 223. P.O. Box M
Dc KanttT I leK 70a jot miltr aa
mad when she let Bae ia but night. $
Lushnun I tuypnm jai pmmts7
to coino homo rarlltr baatOiK. '!
Do Kanttr iTJo; jke mtuit wa proi
Ise I'd stuj rmtaa ltiMri-sa tatorni
thu servant girl could btaimb vttfc,
Thn KvcnloK liuUatte, 71" eh par
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send in
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
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TEL. MAIN 149.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINU AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
IC0 U0U6B GOODS
Racatvad by Evacy Suuaar,
Sho Knew Her Book: "Vou don't
went to leant Hwlmmlni; very fast."
"No." "Hut the men nil secnt- very
vvlllliiB to teach you." "Kxactly that's
why I don't learn." Hi ooklyn Llfn,
"Ah," KlRhed tho fond mother, "two
ouls with hut a slngla thought;"
"Vcs." echoed patorfarnlllas, "'and les.1
than ono dollar. I don't know how
they're koIi'K to make It, Mary, unless
or perhaps thnt ' hIiibIo thhusht
they've) nut Is that papa's Kolnf! to put
tip for two." Denvcr'Tlnwi.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE GO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJp-to-dnte llHcks and
AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
Aunt Julie "Now, Tommy, that's r.
nice hoy! Do tho chitrnlnK, and p 3
toward I'll let you tmn tho vvrlncer for
tho now washing machine." Iln-por'
$42 for 25 cts!
wnd Fill a Hoi 1 en If A
rrrttrl'IeceoftlnMrUtMJVMtlrT. Wrilf ittmce.
ktm Book Co B01 38, lnHlt. N. CaroHni.U S h
T " I H --j---t-;--.X--H-t,i4
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss, Nainsook
and all over Embroidery. Real Terchon
All over Lace in Black and White : : :
Newest Designs and Finest Quality : :
A big 'choice :::::::..:
E. W. JORDAN'S
10 FORT STREET.