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EVENINGABTJLLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., . FMDAY. JULY 26,. 1j90l. . ,
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Columbia. tOOl Chnlnlenn
Columbia, Chain Wheel
Clevelnndn I pom
B. O. HAL L &
PAUL R. ISENBERG, "r V'
PRESIDENT. ' it
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
128 MERCHANT STREET.
Next to'Stangenwald Bldg.
Siirreys, Phaetons, Busies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy .ind Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all kinds and sizes. Axle Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats, Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, Hair Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tte'Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. F. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST. -
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold MeJaf, Paris Exposition, loco.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
lartaaste' or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
leaityhi, er returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
ssietfae to those known to the firm, or wi"i will furnish satisfactory
sshi-eaces In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silverware Manufacturers,
1 . Market (r Post 6ts., 8. F.
frtujtJfatW CATALOGUE and pricts lumUhed upon receipt of request. W hav(
ilarfSRininuiactoryor jewelry ana auvtrwir west or new YorK uty, and are
i to lumisn special aniens.
M MARKlT DROP.
IK BEET I1HE
San Francisco, July 10. Sugar tum
bled thirty points yesterday, making
total ot fifty points since Frljluy.
Household sugar Is new halt a tent
hcaper than before. This Is the
'ireaUet decline wllhlu a similar pe
tiod In the last ten or moie jears. It
eKcurs, too, at the season when sugar
enerally advances on Recount ot Its
increased use. In canning fruits.
It Is Iropes'slble to learn tiom the
'VesUrn Sugar Refinery, which dic
tates the price of sugar west ot Utah.
Just what la the cause for the reduc
tion. Jobbers and retailers are alike
ii the dark, and the public lenins of
Ine lightning changes in pi ice ub quicU
1s the dealers. Speculation vas
ntlvo among Jobbers jesterday as to
tlia true cauco of the sensational drop,
J ml whether It was tho piecursor of
atlitr declines, Some ot the shrewd
st merchants believe the price go
Jown still lower, and that the figures
vlll remain lower thnn herctofoio at
l"ast for two or thieo months.
Acrordlng to the best tufoimntlon
mallalilo tbe two lutercsts controlling
itit ougur market of the United Stutcfl
-fUiemercr and Spreckels divide
tfittr territory at the tastern line of
S..t 35 00
.' 32 80
C. F. HERRICK,
J. A. McKcrran
FINE HORSE BOOTS
GolJ Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Utah. The Spreckels Interests dictate
prices west of that line. It Is con
jectured that the sharp decllno may bo
the outward sign ot an Internal war
between tho two sugar powers, brought
about by threatened encroachments on
Pacific Coast territory, Uut a more
tangible reason exists In the fact that
the beet sugar crop Is now about to h
harvested, and will bo tho largest In
the history ot tho State. It may' bo the
plan of the sugar combine to discour
age the production, of beet sugar by
outside refineries on this Coast. The
shaip reduction would do this, all
things considered, and If tho combine
Intended to discourage competlttvo
manufacture It would break the price
af this time. With an immense crop
of sugar beets tbe refineries put ot tho
combine would he able to make a
strong fight for the market. But with
prices knocked from under them It re
mains to bo seen whether the "beet
sugar refineries will work full blast.
The beets must bo made Into sugar 1m.
mediately nftcr harvesting, which
means within the next tlirco months.
On this theory somo dealers look for
the priio of sugar to go lower and le
main low until tho status of the beet
sugar tmi) and extent of Itn manufue
tuiu aio determined,
Suliieriliera to tlio UULLETiX
not rccciviiif,' their papers promptly
will confer a favor by uotifyiiii; tlie
DinniCr-d Ollieo; Telopliono 2'r0.
Weather Durcau, Punahott, July 2G.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer at 9 a. tn., 29.98. Steady.
llalnlalt, 0 01. ,
Dew Point 67K
Humidity, at 9 a. m., 64 per cent.
Diamond Head Blgnal Station, July
2C. Weather cloudy; wind, fresh NK.
Thursday, July 25.
U. 3. 8. Petrel, Oneeu, lrom Voko
nama. Str. Hclene, Nicholson, from Ha-
Friday, July 26.
Am. Bp. Charmer, Hlater, 25 davs
Jrom Tacoma, with coal.
on, iiaiiuttfj, t'rut.iten, from Ha
. imusuay, July 25.
U. S. A. T. Qraui, uruKUiele, ior .Ma
nila. Sir. MIKahala, Gregory , for Kauat.
Friday, July J.
Str. Mauna Loa, Siuieiituu, iui riuna
Has. ach. Eclipse, Townsend. for
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
From the Orient, per Str. America
Maru, July 25 For Honolulu: Prof.
i E. Emery, W. B. Powell, S. Ol.abe,
I. Isada. for San Francisco C. 3.
Armstrong. D. Blrnle, C. Q. N. Uy
vanck, Mr. W. T. Ulddlo, G. W.
Bramhall, Master W. O. Bramhatl.
Prof. Alfred K. Burton, Ollvclr Carro,
Mrs. Olivier Carre, Adroont G. Claris,
W. I). Concoran, Mrs. W. D. Concoran,
Capt. C. II. Craln, U. S. A., Mrs. C. H.
Craln and child, Miss J. Cutcn, J. Cun
ningham, Mrs. J. U. Davis, J. l'rjer, J.
Glrmes, Mrs. I M. Harrah, Leo Kong
XI, A. P. Nlewkamp, Miss Masuve No-
I bcctil. Mrs. S. Okabc and maid. D.
ii'air, i;oi. I'aviou, 1. 11. a., w. v;. rai
Iti.mnn. Mm. W. f!. PAtternnn. Miss.
I Patterson, Key. B. C. Haworth, Mrs. B. '
C. Ilawortli and child, Mis Frances
I Haworth, Master Porter Haworth,
Master Wallace Haworth, Miss Chloe
I Haworth, Mrs. M. Horr, Geo. I.. Hos
imcr, F. I.. Mutton. Mrs. F. I.. Hutton,
1 Miss Tame Imal, H. Isaacs. Miss Bella
' Isaacs, Miss Mabel Isaacs, E. Jones, K.
Knmahara.1 II. P. Kortc. Miss A. A.
Lewis, C. P. Low, Miss B. Marley, Col.
Mclssner. I. It. A.. J. Morcau, Miss
Rico, Col. Chevalier u la Serre. I. II.
A.. A. SydenstrlcUer, Mrs. A. Sjdcn-
Strieker and 2 children, F. M. Tucker.
Miss A. B. West.
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For Maul and Kona ports, per Str.
Mauna l.oa, July 26. Frank Zube.
Mary Mchula, Mrs. Walalealc and 5
ihildren. Julia Peahu. J. Monsarratt.
C. W. Baldwin. Mrs. P. John, T. C.
Unwell, 1.. Vasconselles, MIbs Minnie
Muco. Mlllio Morris, Bishop Willis
and wife, J. D. Paris, S. Lesser, S.
Nowleln, T. K. Ulukoii. K. Hashlna.
Aiigellne Waltce. E. Kashlda, D. W.
For Kauai, per Str. Mlkahala, July
25. E. A. Kuudsen, Henry Damon.
E. K. Bull, E. I.. Cutting. C. Copperall,
Mrs. Wilmington. W. Weight and wife.
For San Francisco, per Str. America
Maru, July 20 Captain Thompson, B.
BASEBALL LBAGUE MEETING.
.Tliero is to ho a meeting of the Ho
nolulu Baseball League this evening
I at the usual time and place for the
business. Among these will bo tho
discussion of the recent alleged action
of the Stars, who arc accused of se
curing a professional pitcher from the
Coast. The League at Its meeting this
evening will attempt to disbar the now
man from playing. It Is understood
that the crack pitcher Is from Los
The big freight steamer Oregonlan
now on her first uyogc around the
Horn will hac about 2500 tonq or gen
eral merchandise for this port.
The vessel Is In command ot Captain
II. II. Williams, well known on the
Pacific Coast. Up to within n jear ago,
Captain Williams had command at one
of tho 1'utldc Steam Whallnp Com
pany's vessels and nas very lucky,
making larger and more profitable
catches than any ot the other captains.
Before going Into the whaling trado be
bad the flno ship Frederick Hillings
which was set on Are by the crew and
became a total loss at Callao about
six years ago.
The championship game of tbe pres
ent league series will take place a
week rrom Saturday. Both teams aro
hard at It, practicing for tho fcomlng
Manager Ballentyno of the Rapid
Transit Company states that, bo has
changed bis mind about tho trial trip
of the company's cars tomorrow. The
first car will not be run out until
Honolulu, T. H July 25th, 1001.
Notice Is hereby glveji that tho firm
of Iloj d, Haeklns & Co. has this day
been dissolved, and-that nil accounts
against tho said Company should bo
mailed care P. O. Box SC7 before July
30, 1901. ' 1900-2t
KOLOA SUGAR COMPANY, LTD.
A DIVIDEND WII-L, BE DUE AND
payablo to tho Stockholders on
THURSDAY, August 1st, at the office
or H. Hachfelil & Co. Ltd,
The Ktockboolis of this Company
will bo closed to transfers from July
30th to August 1st, both Inclusive.
H. a. isiiNBcna,
KIPAHULU SUGAR COMPANY, LTD
A DIViDlINU WILL HE 1HJE AND
auyiilila to tho SlocliholJois on
THUiiyn.W, AusiiBt 1st, ntfliQ ""Ice
nt II llmltfeld & On. Ltd,
Tho JtnukholdeiR or this Company
will bo closed to transfora from July
30th to August 1st, both inclusive
I'. W. KLEBAHN,
-ra A(h, in thi$ column mil bt innerted
MJsaV i tm . . 1 1 . ff
m 10 rrnit n cine onr iiKznun ; so
tfsri laro lHKrtlon,t30tt, Hi ...r ct; JO
cnu I'tv (Km iifiii w trnia ukc nivalin
This it Iht chfiipnt mhtrtiting tier offered
the people 0 Honolulu,
NEW lOkk' TRAINED NURSE would like tome
fnjiigfffltnt or would tk rrmnent potlt'on.
Ttrmt ronMf . A. B. Bui eiln. iS)i-iw
IF YOU HAVE a hnut tnr rit or want tn rent
I house. Me A. R. lilndt. Collecilons cartful y
At'cnJid w and promptly rtml.ted,
Offict tn Ka-
MOT ICE The crounds of tli Alexander Younr
W BollJIne, and the rrtvat 1 reet to t known as
Btitiop street, ar closed to the public until further
isigidj wxnj. mil' n
Supt A'exander Young Bl ,
MOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co
N has WHITE SAND FOR SALE i4,tl
W ANTED ImmedUtety; two carriage Macksml'hs
v md two cnj h Ipers. fcnqulre uf W. W.
Wright. King and South stre.t, iuwt
VXANTED-Address of la 3 lei, free In all that
vv freedom Implies especially from re lic'on d
Mother GtunJy thst will correspond with Gemlemen
likewise free (entttmen must send en cents ver
and two-rent stin-p for List. Arthur C. Everett. N-M ,
eorral Delieyk5an Dievn Calif rnia. iCqq-iw
WNTED Prergetlc workers to distribute iidver
lis ng. iuci as clr ulars samples of inert fun
d'te. etc. for American manufactures, lermane t
occupation, good pay, Write for particulars f
40 W .8th St., New York. U. S. A.
it83-8t Jply it,i6 iq i) 6,y. Augs ,
lANTED GeMltman wltfitt flrit-cl lu nUhJ
room. Plcatc ktate f.rtlcuUrf. Jdrrsi
"Enquirer this office. 18 otiw
WANTED Furnished house of 6 rooms oncer
W ime. No children. AJdiess A., P.O. Bon jfu.
WANTIilJ O-nt for room-mile, two beds, fine
" room fine title. King St car line.
1 ANTED Male and female workers for Domestic
"V positions Select Emp! yment office, Magoon
Bulldlnr Cor, of Merchant and Alis-ea Sis.
WANTED-Offict clerk (Mai. or Feirale) Hh
prlvlieta nt lea,nlrK tvpewrlllof
paid. Woom S Magoon Building.
' and salary
DOOKKEEPERS. OFFICE CLERKS and light
O drivers wanted dally S to ,o A. H. Select Em
ployment office. Magoon Buildlog Cor. Me chant and
Mi.kr a StSj
WANTED, to correspond with a sensible, middle
agid gentleman, by an attractive widow ot refine
ment and culture, desirous of domestic fe icity,
Gtntteraan must b congenial, have a comfortable in
come, and be able to provide a good home. Must be
a trval abstainer from liquor. Adjress "Widow"
P. O. Boa siB, Honolulu. T. H. No correspondence
wantrd that Is not sincere. All communlcat one helJ
strictly conSif ntlal. iSyU'tf
a DESIRABLE PARTY with ftsoo cc cash wishes
r to ourcnase house an J lot CI jse to town tsai
ance raable on easy terms
no e is.
llANTED-TO 'ILL JEV.6L0V AND WATCHES
,v In the latest sttles Watches tralred by a
jweler of t yats txper.ence. Oa DIE TZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. iSoS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
TO LET Vrrv desirable cot age residence.
1 rooms, panlrv and bathroom ; sanitary arranea
mentsthrou.hout ; fjrnished or unf jmlsned i near
Punahou Colitis. AJJr.,s to "U this omce.
TO LET Fnrmshed rooms, board If leelreJ. tio
Hotel street. itts-tw
TO LET Nice sla-rsota cotton, on Lunallto, near
1 Fnsac lis street, lameu May, Judd Budding.
TO LET Selton House, well furnished rooms with
board. Younr St , near PIIkM iSos-ino
LET-A slore at the Territory Slables. Innulre
at the olScej iWo-sw
TO LE r Three newly furnlsned rooms, moqulu
rroof an! cool. Macklock Ave , bejween Pllkol
and Keeaumoku. . iar-tf
TO LET Six toon cottage, next io Morm,.n
church, porcelian bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
Inoo, Apply to A O. Cuoha. 886- mo
FOR RENT Stoe and l rooms cottage partly fur
nished. No eif, School street' corner Achl Lane,
Apply L I- Asbahr Holtmann Saloon. iKBVtf.
rO LET Two front rooms
No. u Garden Lane.
A COTTACE TO LET.
rive rooms lust off Walkl-
r bl lnaA ImmediAta r(
mmediata possession. Rentisoo
a month. Arply 1 ramway Office, panahou.
l-n LFT.Tha VMa Villa Is now under the manaee-
1 mnl of Mrs D S Reld, Nicely furnished rooms,
table tfaard can be had on eppllcal
TO LET lir.jo Wilder Avtnue, Punahou, New
I House s rooms, t bedrooms, porcelian bath.
pantry, etc. .scares, w. q tn-s wince. s
CURNISHED'ROOVl DURING SUMMIR for one
T or two ladles, suitable for tcactera attending
summer school. Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." this ofnee iSts-U
IF you have a house for rent, or want tn rent a
house, call in A. R. BINUT. oflce with Guide
Publishing Co , Ceupbell Block, Merchant street.
Telethoie Main sis ilst-lf
OFFICE'S FOR RENT-In Brewer building. Queen
street, on reasonable terms Apply tn C. rirever
fc Co , Ltd.
OFFICES FOR RENT-Four large rooms now
occupied by Malor Robinson aQu'iM'.ef'
once lit rr02r-5S no H, m mi M'orrenni, vm.i
i Th ri'irs tv pa ren'ei na v or en sunr.
SrplynC. S eskv. Progress Ulock .8iU
CO Rf NT An eight room Cottage. All svidern.
Improvements, iwo miiuics w--n uwni ,,-m.
wav. Inquire a the Mint or havorlte Satoon i8ao tt.
FOR SALF j secll ns of drop Curlalns for ver
and4 new, (it anjwhtre. Atkinson Room 8
cfrAM.LAU.NCH TOR SALI-Hie "TolulV as
-J she now lies In the hstbor, She is a nearly new
boat, lu perfect wotkinx nrde', and has bren of late
used In tovilngatKahu'ul Harbor. VV II Pan,
FOR SALE -Have lust received a lot of new and
second hand Smith-Premier tpe. writers, which
are for ssle or rent. An unusual chance 'or seruting
a good am chiap machine. Washington Lght Co.
Opportunity for Some Men
T .c brsk selling of the pa few' week has played
such luvoc with our lines of size in NEGLIGEE
8HIRTS4 that we have decided this week to offer
ou the entire lot at
These are not Inferior shirts not one of them.
They are 'of tine Madras, solid colors, full size, per
fect fit. Look closely after the little things that a
good ihlrt always has, not one Is missing. What are they worth?
II we said that they cot us double what we now offer them at, you would think
we were romanc.nit we say ALMOST double. They really averaged us io.co
a dozen, But no matt-r If you can find your, size you are the gainer. We don't
promise that you will, but remember the sooner you (oryour.,vvife) can come In
the better the chance. "
"tlllvcr't- Brand Collars and Cutis, J
WHITNEY MARSH, LTD.
FSS"!l?rtS USfc 2.
sauire twt. 3i lotln I'uunui tiact. f.o o
square feet, Si -y JUDD St COMf iN Y. 1 e'ephtne
ail. Ys'n Omc.iaf Stance wald Building. PO.
Box Cot, llorwilu uTH. ipto-tf
A pilng rooming house anj down
l' town cafe prica
treasonable. Appiy ry icuer 1. '
FOR 5ALE-Ca'Urjphtpe-Hrler,prlct .125 OO.
Apply C En t'non, Hobron Drug Co i3,6im
PR SALE-5mljton Kapahutu Road. Kalmukl
Tract, ch4ip. on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmeitMsy, Ijld Building. i8i)tf
COR SALE-At vtry tow prices. In Hllo 'on One
Jot at Riversld Pirk, commanding the best view
of Ocean and M wntaln Six lots, all fronting the
street, one toitjge otipilng middle tet ad well
furnished. Tor pjrficutas apply to A. M. Potemkln.
FR SALC H iu iri lot on Klnau street, 31x100
PrlctSa.&M, part Cith. part murtgaie. Apply
6q K'ikul slrcef. i'94-iw
FOR SALE Coriur grocery store establlshsi for
over two ymrs. hJs targe and good patronage.
Tor further p irrl' 1 jr s apply by mall, Hllo, pot. to.
COR SALC A pruin in excellent condition, cloth
r lined Cjtfijatne. For salt ch-ap. Inquire
of Mrs W, C, Wetin, Bingham St, or room 8.
Model Block 2 iljvtf
f OST Asms'! turnips, green silk Hnlng.elihcr on
L- Walkiklor Br un'J St road. Finder leaving
same at this ofh will receive rewr J iBoo-tw
U. S. (iUNBOAT PETREL
DOUGHTY LITTLE VESSEL
IS NOW HOMEWARD BOUND
Heaviest Armed Vessel of. Her Size
in the WorldDid "Great
Work at Battle of,
The U S. ?. Petrel, Commander
Uheen, nrrive-i and anchored In Naval
row last oveatnj about S o'clock. Her
coming vim unnannouueed and before
the pilot or uy it amine officials knew- ot
licr arrival she was here and belus
niooied by Harbormaster Marks.
The Pt-'oyl a a gunboat, and Is on
her way ljoine jfttr loni; service on the
Asiatic station In the battle ot Ma
nila Bay, sua plajed a ery prominent
part. In tin ot battle, entering the
harbor, In tb early morning of -May
1st. 1898, Kite wxj fourth being astern
of the Ralelh, and ahead of the York-
town. Tbe part she played tn the bat
tie gave her-1 a great reputation as a
fighter and nhe did good work with her
(Treat guns JuHug the fray. Her main
battery consists of four six Inch rifles.
two on a Bills and With these, she first
engaged the Spanish vesselsRelna
Christina and Costilla, silencing both.
She then tackled tbe j)on ntonlo de
uuoa ana hudk tier, yviier ine oaiuc,
the Pelrel was sent to Mum and sink
all the enemy's shipping tn the harbor.
This was soon accomplished.
Since long before the battle of Ma
nila, the Petrel has not been home.
Her officers nearly all of them, have
been transferred since the memorable
day that American valor destroyed the
power of the. Dons lu the Philippines
and now but few of her original crew
are with her1,
i She s onher way to the Mare Isl
and Bavy yard, where she will lay up
and, receive a. thorough oei hauling.
She reports that several other vessels
from Manila will soon be'here on their
Tbe Petrel' officers are as follows:
Commander E H. Oheen, Executive
Officer Lieut. F. It. Payne? Lieuten
ant J. 'M. Hughes, Lieut. F. E. Eck
hardt, Surgeon C. D. Langhorne, En
signs Oco. Washington, C, P. Butt, I..
, .jjao.v. .. .... uuu.
She tarries a crew of 119 enlisted men.
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
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Commencing today (June ajth all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting with all Tramways Cars.
Jas. F. Morgan
ti 68 Queen Street
. 'V T
ON "SATURDAY, JDLY 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. 63, Queen street. I
will sell at Public 'Auction n few
Brown Leghorns and other
Jas. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TCETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
clowns undectocable from natural teeth
and warrantednror. ten xears, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN, All work
done by OIIADUA.TED DENTISTS of
from u to 20 yeats' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, uive us a call, and you win find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost" by a FIIEE EX
AMINATION. Bet Teeth 85 OO
Cold Crowns SB.OO
Gold Fllllnils $I.OO
Silver Filling's BOc
Our name alono will be a guarantee
that jour work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
rtoom 4, Elite Dutldlng, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
ntoif.. ill M
i fri irt seawainifcif FW- - . -j- - i- - i . .-i.'A-w