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i minimi wipwjn EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, IDOL'
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-"Do you need furniture of
any kind ? : : : : :
If so, we can give you the
best at low price and have
an assortment unequ.ited
In Honolulu. : : : :
PAY. US A CALL.
Coyne Furniture Co.
I Port Street. I
The New England
desire to way to the people
of Honolulu that ulthmrth
Hour Is now $8 per Imrrel,
they will etlll contlnuo to
sell thirty onp-pouml largo
bIzo loaves of hi cod for
6m Dollar. Their supply
of flour on hand and en
route they conahler Kill!!
rlont to fill nil ilnnancl.1.
They will not he a party
to any lnrrcnnc of prlcu or
tnkliiK nuy ailvantaRo of
the pri'Ki'iil xltuntlon.
J. Oswald Luttetl,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully all over the Islands.
Kstim.ttcs given for any iron roots, from .i sujiar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see tlfe
WI IM ra
Captain Samuel Johnson of the N. 0.1
II. and Mlsa Pearl Cameron were mar
ried at the home of the hrli'e'a aunt,
Mrs. E. Williams,, on Chaplain lane,
last evening, the Hev, J. 1'. Erdman
'lhe housu uinl yald were very hcaif
tlfully decorated for the occasion. Out
In front were vtrlnRs of Japanese lan
terns, casting a wjrm glow over th
whole place. The Innula were decor
ated with (lugs and festoons of fcrnn
nnd mallo were everywhere.
The reception and drawing rooms
vtere thrown Into one. In the makal
Wnlklkl corner of the former wan nn
archway of green, dotted with pink
ami white ,and surmounted by two
heartH of pint; and white carnations,
linked toKcther. At tho entrance to
this archway wns a white pillow des
lined as a kneeling place for the brlclo
and groom while the solemn marriage
service was being performed.
Throughout the remainder of the
rooms were decoiatlons In Mowers am!
gi eens and 111 the mauka Ewa corner
was nil organ. The dining room, also
decorated was used as u place for the
many beautiful present sent by friend
of the bride nnd groom.
The guests were received by Sirs
Cameron, mother of tho bride, Mrs.
Williams and Ml. Wnrrcn. At 8:30
u'clnek, Wray Taylor began the bridal
march from Lohengrin on the organ
with Joe Hosen plnlng on the violin,
Immediately two attendants marched
through the drawing room door to
ward the bridal arch, c-arrjlnic rj ream
ers of pink nnd white ribbons. Next
rame Miss Johnson, followed by Mr.
Cameron, upon whose arm was le-inlnfi
the bride, his daughter.
Halph Itaymond. the best man, ap
proached from another doorway. Vol
Ion lug him wns the groom. As he ad
vanced to tlio nppulnteu place wttn ins
bride, the HevvW. 1'. Erdman eiur.e
from the back of! the bower and the
ceremony was performed.
After the ceremony came tho usual
congratulations and then there was a
pleasant time for the remainder of the
evening, some of tho guestH dancing
and otners enjcoriig tho cool of tho
Iannis. In all, there must bavo been
0er a hundred people present.
SMIRK HI M
The usual rush of busintss
that accompanies the : :
Opening of School
will find us all ready with an
unusually large stock of Com
position Books and Prang's
Water Color Paints, Pencils,
Etc , htc. :::.::
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
You'll Like Our
Ilecauso they are the perfec
tion of tho candy makers' art.
If you want tho best of
Caudles, Bonllons, CreaniH,
Crystallized Fruits, etc., ete.,
you must cnino to MAY'S.
The Increased saleH of our
CANDIES am tho best proof
of their matchless, purity,
ouiillty and wholenomenoBs.
tJruenhagen'B 1 Ion-lions,
Creams and Crystallized
Fruits In half-pound, on.v
pound and two-pound boxea.
No More Dreaded
Provided you have one of the
most effective little devices
for using mosquito powder
ever Invented. That's a
S K B B T-G O
H. May & Co., Ltd,
Boston ulock, fout strict.
TcleiilioiicK !1, 2-J , 0
. Oi Hox ."IHIl
VMNfc A!SOttMENT AT I'R'CES
TIMT C.N'T lit! BUAT. : : :
IN UKE.VT VAHIIiTY. Al.sO
and it is all that th nam Im
plies drives mosquitoes
away, gives one peace and
contentment In the evenings,
and takes but a teaspoonful of
powder for an evening,
It poslttltft rn&ny advant
ages over burning potsder.
The effact on the powder la to
produce- a pleasant aroma
fcoea not Injure the eyeo and
lunns, leaves no smoke-odor
In cfothlng or ream. Oafe to
use and will last for yearj.
GET ONE TODAY. Price, $1.
Alter live years of wandering nluu
lu the itlr of the Islands, tlio Splluer
mstllLe Siieophlla, u most useful lim
gus thut attacks hiich as tho Mylllas
pis Cltrleoln or scale-bug of tho c-ltm-tun,
and dooms them to mi Iguomlm
cos death, has made Its uppuut.inc'
again It was lound tirst at a p!ac
on llnb-nl.nhi. Jl.uil, liy l'rof. Kocbele
whcio It was attiiiklng the Aspldlolm
f.'dornni on the boa trres. It was
next 1 1) mid liy the sliniu ntomologlj'
on the nrnngo mid other cltrua trow,
un the furin of J. II . Coney outside ol
Tho I'rofesror hent specimen o'
this fiingut, to the Islands from Aus
tinlla, Mexico and Japan nt varlou
times dining the past eight years, am'
he has thought that, from its uouiiii
pearuneo It had failed to llvu hero.
However, ho was mistaken, and nov
(he grown k of orange trees and tin
like may lie thankfiii, for tho fuiigiii
will now iiHsuru them of tho very be3
ol results. They will no longer Iji
troubled hr the scale-bin;.
Spt-nklng nliout tho fuiigui thli
morning, l'rof. Koelielo said: "Ail
thuiltlcb on the subject say thnt till
fiiugiiH is to be found In only on.
plate In tint wotld. but this is a tub'
take, for I hnn lounu It in Australli
Mexico, Jnpau and other places. Thoi-'
In a H'rfect lielt of It around tie
world. Why it has not thrived In I la
wall prttloiiH to this, I cannot S'f
but nou Unit it has made its appear
ante. I hellevo It Is her to stny. Tin
liiugus Is to lie found as fur south n
New riouth Wales nnd as far north as
"It was Inst year thnt I found th'
iiingus on tho kou trees nt (Hindi
Maul, hut they were attacking nnothe
kind of fciHo from the one thuL-doo
such damage to the citrus tp.'es o
the Islands. When I found them or
he oiunge tiees ou Mr. Coney's raucl
outside of l.lhue, 1 was very happy foi
1 SUW the dawn of tlio piotectlug er.
)f the citrus tiees of Hawaii. Tin
fungus had done such good work pre
vluus to my urilval nt the ranch thx
ill of the trees at the mauka p.'.it wer
'rro troui the destructive Bcnlo.
"I am now raising u lot of this fin
-;us ni title-tally and am having gren
'.uccesH :it it. However, I have not ye
li riled ut the uuw where I can sent,
quantities out to vuilous p.irtles win
might apply for It."
The Slerrd iTum Australia duo here
on Tueeday next brings tho above com-
pany from Australia. "Tho lieisna
Is their opening production for two
nlghtt-, namely. Wednesday, Kept. IS,
and Thuruduy, Sept. 19. On Friday nnd
Saturday "The Hello of New York"
will bo given and a grand matinee on
The salu of tickets Is nt Wall. Nich
ols Co.. where It Is advisable to book
enrly as there Is sure to be a crowded
house to welcome tucse clever llttl"
ueuple (o Honolulu.
J. HOPP & Co
HART & CO.,
fllE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
l:lne Ue Cream and Water Icei.
Chocolates and Confections.
UiiHlncHS Mun'H Lunch
The bt In thecl'v: nnoi.ro toan.m.
J. D. AVERY,
r-..,.r,ii iii.,ii-tliiir and Typewriting.
Tel. lllue 2611. tiieond floor Kllto
.building. , ,
9 a. m., 5tl5 p. m., or later by en
TIih new acting chief examiner who
Is eomlng fronl Han Francisco tp tnlf
tho position In tho tustoin house made
vucint liy the leslgnatlou of Mr
rneker. is expr-cted by tho next steam
er from tho Coast.
Yesterday Captain Leach of the
Uilllsh steamer Hi Itnunln entertained
a party of friends aboiril at lunch
eon. Today tho vessel sailed on her
long voyage, to London. Bhn goes
via Slnpnporo nnd tho Suez ctinnl
The Nippon Maru Is duo to pall for
8.U1 Kianelseti tomorrow, bhn may ar
rive fiom Yokohama this afternoon.
Mrs N. Masuda and child Ball (or
Jnp.ui In tho Hongkong Maru this uf-
Mrs. F. L, Stiong and daughter who
bain been visiting hero for snmn tlmo
Icnvo for tho Orient this afternoon.
Contiury I? ull expectidons the La
bor Pay i aruiie In San Frcuclsco pass-
rd oft very quietly,
E. A. Mo't-flmlth's dory Is being put
In condition for regatta day,
(. II. Berrey'a office, 83 Campbell bid.
LOCAL AN GENERAL
W. O, Smith leaics In the Mariposa
Morgan Is said to he forming n 4I
gnntle eoal trust.
Arf underground rlior has been dls
covered lu Arizona.
Citizens of Tioy. Ala., shot and
burned n negro outrngor.
Oil bns been struck in n new dlstrli 1
of Santn llaibara county.
Position by a young lady as stenog
rapher Seo Wnnt column.
Governor Shnw of Iowa denies ho
Is a candidate for I'lcsldcnt.,
A fine bench residence Is offered for
rent by MtClcll.in, I'ond & Co.
No bitter aloes or benzoic ncld In
tho beer 30ld nl tho Pantheon.
The tilnl of the new ynelit Hlhlnia
mi wll take place this nltemooii.
Joe Walcott Is to tight George Gard
ner In San I'rnnclsco, September 27,
T. L. t'phani Is booked to depart In
the Maru for the Orient tills afternoon.
Miss Isabella Thohiirn, a noted mis
sionary worker at LucKnow, Is dead.
President nnd Mrs. McKluley visit
ed tho Hufinlo Exposition September I
Six room cottage on Matlock avenue,
electric llshts, etc. See For Kent col
Many Chinese and Japanese leave In
the steerage of the Maru fur the
J. It. (Jalt mid wife leave for an
extended trip to the Stntea 011 Tile
The Manila Times charges that H
1 1 pi no ios nnd gills arc being sold
VI;o President Hoosevelt was given
a rousing reception nt .no Minnesota
Dry an has bought uo National
Judge Gear publishes nn Important
notice to jurors In this issue. lift
The iiolhojiavo given up th" plan
of entering a crew In the Ilegatta Day 1
Tlio Mlkahnta arrived fiom Kami
ihls niuinlng with small targo and
The Btocl.ton Dilvlng Club hopej
tie stallion Crcsieus v.'l nppear nt
ibe Stockton lair
He mlvlsed nnd get some of the new
shli t wnlst collate 'at Whitney u ,
Marsh s, Sec ad. ,
Altornev General Dolo ai rived safe
ly lu Snn I'ranclsio. The marrlnge
00k plui e September I
The city ol Cleieland sulleied from
1 noon Meptemncr 1 mat causcu 11
!oss or over $l.i)im.wn).
An alleged neuliPW of John W,ina
aialter is under ariest nt lin.ilnhUn 101
'ommlttlng tnroe murders.
Dr. Krnuse, n former Transvaal 01
lcl.nl. tins In en nrr p ed In London
hnrged with b.gh treason.
The Alabama convention has adopt
ed a new constitution. It now gofs
to the people for ratification.
F. M. McGiew and H. 3. Plerson
'inve been appointed to be day I'l
jpei tors on the customs force.
A Pittsburg syndicate has covered a
Urltlsb bet of 1."0.000 ou tho Shamrock
II with KO.llOO of American coin.
The meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce to have taken place this morn
ing wns postponed until tomorrow.
A piopo'xltlon Is on foot to have ull
lie jachts hole Measured nnd clnssed
iniler the rules of the Pacific Inter
Club Yacht Association.
Tho annual election of tho olllcors
of the Honolulu Stock exchange will
take place toiuonow afternoon.
The Salinas beet sugar factory lias
opened for the season's run, The
beet crop Is estimated nt COCO tons.
Chinese diplomats are happy ovtr
ho purported victory over Gornianv
n connection with Prince Chun's ilsl
Tho little yawl (ltlo Is having in
jverliaullni; on lhe Healanl ways.
Jhu will not enter tho rates this jeir
Venezuela has rendered a state
nent to the United States In whleu
ertaln war is pieulilcd with Colom
Harold 0. Spencer after n pleasant
vacation spent hero leaves for llar
.nrd College In the Mariposa this nftcr
noon. Turkey Is said to Fo re'ling on 11
neat but yet unnamed power to pre-,-ent
nuy hostile acts on the part ol
Ah a result of a demoraflzed market
.Vashlngton shlnglo mills wilt shut
lown, throwing 3.O0U men out of cm
F. K. King, Cottage Grovo. King
itrect, has a Hie room cottage on Here
tenia stieet for rent. See To Let col
umn on page 8.
R. W. Bhlhglo leaves lit tho l.eluri
-his nfti'iuoou to join IMgar nnd
'rank Halstend-ln hunting trip 0:1
Mololcal, j ,
A. II, Walsi.il formerly Lloyd's iiRf nt
it Han Fmnclsio has nccepted a posi
tion with the Von Hamm-Young Co.
'n the Insurance) clepartment.
There was no meeting of tho yachts
nen yesteiday, n It Is considered tun
iitilkleiit iiirangementr. for KegattH
Jay liuio been nlredy inndu.
Tlio Itcrgttrom Music Co. bns Just
ngnged nn expert tuner, regulator and
repairer from the Coast anil stands
ready to nil nil orders without delay.
The observation of Labor Day
hruimhout the Mainland was marked
iy great demonstrations and uhsm
;cnernlly outside the strlho districts
Captain Williams of tho fielgbter
Oivgonlan Is mi old timer In I'utlnc
A-ntcis. Iteceully-ho had novel al sue
ebsful trips whaling in the uort'i
Francis MurpW spoke before the Ka
mchameha students In the .rhnnel at
the Institution last evening. The ser
vice was a most Impiesslve one from
start to finish.
W. G. Cooper of the First National
lank left In the Mariposa this nfter
10011. Ho will return In the stennior
envlnis Han Francisco ou tho 31st.
vip. Cooper Is ucconipunled liy his
A cnusleniiiout of thlity head of
draught, saddle and carriage horses.
consign it to Honolulu Stock arcu.
will airlvo on Saturday per Klnau.
from (lorner ruuch, Hawaii.
Superintendent Iloyd gives notice
liut to Insuio tlio piompt attention
ill bills agnliiBt tho Depnitment o
I'uhlle Works should ho presented nt
t..o superintendent's oltlco not later
itmn tho llfth day of succeeding
R EMEMBE R
The Shoe Sale
Don't f;ti' to see our Ladies' and Girls' Si 00
Button Shoe, the greatest value ever offered.
Ladies' Oxford Ties, 6.00 and fj.50, cut to 3.00
Ladies' Laced Boots, 4.50 and 5.00, cut to 2.50
Three ntw styles of LadL-s' Ties added to the
list ; formerly'4 50, now 2 50. : : : : : :
A Great Opportunity is Passing
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Ijithrt -' '""I- J I
This is a beautiful line of uooJs, but we are out of many
si?e and must sell the balance at less than IIALP THlilR VALLE
In order to make room for the new line we are about to receive.
All ths very llichest Grade of Wash Stilts and we guar
antee them to be satisfactory. Take note of these edui.tions
and if we h ive your size you will have a bargain before you.
8IZHH 10, II AND VI YEARS.
Rciiultie 6U.0O KiiltK, thin week Sl.7."
Ueiiiilur 62.00 huWh, tliln week $1.50
Reulnr SI. 50 huUh, thin vvcclc 61.25
(x J. H. Pisher &vpmBm
k) Slock and Bond Brokers. Wm&
r AGENT8 FOR "yVHKj
VI FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia. &Mtf&i
WESTERN ASSURAfJCE CO,!of T- $$&&
1 ronto. K . tBK
J Otflcet Stangenwald BlJg., Mar.' (S
Jf chant street. ''JpQtj
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHAINGE '
Honolulu, Sept. n. teat. '" 38
k NAME Or STOCK Jfj'.'i I? BIJ A,tol '.l
J MERCANTILE. VHi
7 C Bfiwff AComrnnv. l,ooo,-c im ' 4s -uulWf
IIS vlnD(i.C,t-l I 6,mo I" lo XRVS
ly LB. Km & Co., LU too.o 41 'IgWf
Wj) SUOAR jKSt?
5 E Pliitiln Co . . 5.v c i iIU ' jMk
A Himm I'Hr.UtionCo.. mot lor IjtBe
A HlnnAcrltuliv.rlO 1,000,000 loo ... io Mi
Wl HlvlllinLomAiSilCo f.lll.tjo lot... ft IK
W HiMnSJSrCo .. f.000.000 to. n r, fJBll
frV Honomu Sojtf Co . I IVxca loo UOX lHj
Jft HwvSurr Co iouo,ooo m lV, f
J HnkuSnitlirCo , 500.000 .. I) HH
gj Kah'jku Punutlnn Co joooo r H . ... EWI
f KmlMmt.o..Lld, l,oo.ooo jo 111 ti rt-B
r Khtiu'uSuirrCo I tox I .- Bk
r. KoiosutifCo ... jotoo oo . .. . rAa
J Koni Stifal Co.. tt s.o oo .... KiM
MclirrJeSuCo.LJM I iit.w ' uX J-1
rtp n.65000 to... 1 .... Vfa
NMkuiuJt.o.LMII o I ml
OihuSufCo .cno 100... I it-K Ea
Onomx Sujal Co . i,oao ao 11 Hl
Ookala Siicar Plan Co jjo.oxj o . . uH'l
OlaiSu.Co.. LU., as) ' Mj.mo o.. .. . 1 K1
OlaaSuCoLlJ.rJurl"00-0"0 "H" " ?Ku
Olooalu Coirpany .. ijo.ooo ico 111 MmM
PaauhaoSu Plan. Co 1.000,00: so - .... 'StaHri
Pacisc Sum Mill ' y. 100 . .. m JH
Pala Plantation Co . I To.ooo 100 ... igi ,8
nPrpirklo Sural Co I MO.000 loo .. m n
PIvnmMUICo... t.tjo.o. 100 ' r'H1
' 4,)od,ooo too rt .-aLLvS
TOO.OOC lOO aBKsl
, iji.ooo 100 litK . . ('KQ
lts,ooo 100 jjKM
jooioo loo ...... 100 H
joooo too .. .. 190 'lalH
JO.OOO loo ..... It, itH)
t0,000 100 ... JIH
IfOUO IO .. . Hi
t.ooo.ooo loo ... .. too B
150,000 loo .. .. Il H
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MUST BE SOLD
Ploniri Mill I
Plonnr Mill Co. Alw
Walalua Agr, Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co...
Walmia Mill Co
Wl in StamMp Co .
.laallan Lioclrlc Co
Mutual Tatephun Co
Oa-iu ki LanJ Co..
I'aopli s Ire & Kit Co
Tlral Natlrnil Uirlc
Fli.tA. S II ink 8c T. Co
HawaManGov 1 rti can
IhloR K Co. tprtrint
rtiioK. K.l-o. orrcini
Ion. Writ !intlt
bma Planlal n 6 tar cam
alm y St Lanl Co.pr 1
uanu i-ianiaiion ope
Oiaa plantat ontac
Walalua Ak-rUul rjpc
S.M.K I -.-! 5 t..io
fileiiont Line of Linen Witsli HklptH
on 8nlc. You will see them In our window,
then come Inside ; they w III tear a close Inspec
tion. They are all beautifully trimmed.
imcch-si.oo, sa.tin, iju.no, si.oo.
V.ILLAHD E. BROWN,
Halstcad & Go,,
on Sugar Securities ""Si
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange,
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOOK, FORT ST.
and Bond Broker
I Member of Honolulu 'Stock Exchange .-j
OrJers tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana ton Js carefully and promptly executed.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
Ground Floor, Judd Butldln(.
Postoffice Box 390. I etephone t6 .
Judd & Company :
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
a,wvr tiM miiu biviwi, tu,a
Real Ettats Aaentt. T,
Rent! and Bills Collected. 1
American Arithmometer "Co,
Burroughs Heolttering Accountant. -
St. Louis, Mo. , u
McIISERNY BLOCK, FORT ST.
1170 lilvcr Street.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
ltct.'licrctiinlii uiul Pntuilil.
Fine Carriages," Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
... All orders promptly attended to.
Only compttent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Office, No. 307 Sttngenwild Building.!
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Tel. Hlue B4I.
P. O. Hok 078.
We are m.il"e a specially cf silltnR the very
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
the best satisfaction If toujit at i : : : ;
C. J. DAV & CO.
B6T rirncerlcs deliver. fr- to all mrls of the eltv.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Valenciennes, Applique, Swlssi
Nainsook and all over Embroid-.jj
ery. Real Terchpn ail .oVerj
lace in black and white, newest
designs and fintst quality. jA
big choici at -"- -
E, W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
King and 5BtlKJI 'Streets.