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The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural 8parkllng
Water bottled at the
Zollhntm, - Germany.
The Favorite o( New York
and London Society.
.InnanniQ watmelected tin
dUIIdlllllb the standard
from among the mineral
water of the world by "The
Lu.ldon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
' Sole Agenta.
Razors Honed and Set
HawaiiarHotcl Barber Shop.
FOR 35 CENTS.
employt two of the most ikllllul and
experienced white baker In the city
to tuperlntend their cake and, bread
department. Everything, clean, whole
some and tanltary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other atylea of Bread.
Thirty Loave of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.
out at 6 ,m'
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at ' "
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
cake, etc., oui ai "
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mind, Cranberry and
Fruit Plea out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclair and Cream
.Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted, '
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usd successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any Iron roofs, from a sjjgar
N mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed. .
' For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
An Ideal present for an Ideal friend.
We have the ideal article at the ideal
price. A pen with a guarantee. Your
money back If not satisfied. ,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
03 B C
H 10 b
GOLD IN THE BACK.
That's all. Maybe you've had It nnd
thought yun were bcKIiik old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER thu moHt
euratlve planter made will fix It all
rlxbt. Leave. It on n fe'w dn). A
crutch for lame barka. Two fur S5e.
' STOP YOUR COUGH.
Had colda arc plentiful. Heru'H n
cure, but take it In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT taU-s
right hold of1 n cough seems to go
straight to the scat bt trouble. On'i
dose gives relief, I'leOhnnt to lata
23c and 50c bottles.
These hot days are pioiluctlvo of
headaches. Theio Isn't any reason
why you should suffer when you can
get a speedy and safe cure in taking
one of the famous HEAD-EASE po'v
ders. This is the most popular lcinr
dy In these Islands; 25c bo. of twelve
PORT AND KlSa
Native GonthlePH ArreHtcd.
At about 2 o'clock this morning ,j
man living on the Asylum road went
to Deputy Sheriff ChlllluBwnitii's
house and got him out of bed to mull
a raid on a boisterous gang of nntlvj
gamblers who wcio keeping everybody
In the neighborhood awake. Chilling
worth went to the place, pounced Into
the floor and arrested seven natives
who were gaiubling aud drlnklug,
Three, saved n fine or $10 and costs by
LelnK so drunk that they toulil not be
The men appeared in tho I'nlli )
Court this forenoon, and, having pli'iul
cd guilty, were sentenced to pay a Giu
of $10 aud costs each.
The America Maru was luto In get
ting; away for the Coast, She was hill
ed to sail at 7 o'clock this morning but
did not leuve until nearly uoon. The
tessel took a large mall for San I'ran
clsco and the Kust, In the mall many
orders for Christmas goods went' for
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
' . . i
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
'To jou know that the average Am-'
erlcnn It a hopMeeg and Incorrlglblo
and unmitigated liar?" said' an ama
teur e) nlc of Harronne street. "I don't
mean that he lies viciously, but suave
mendacity glides oft the end of his
tongue as easily as molasses flows from
the spit on a warm day in summer. Ho
does It unconsciously, habitually, auto
maticallyJust as hlg lungs expand
and heirt palpitates, and his hair
grown, without any cpcclal attention
from the rest of bis system. He docs
It because he can't help It; the thing
has become a second nature. I had all
this brought home to me," continued
the amateur cynic, "by a very simple
little experiment which I tried on my
self and a few others no longer ago
than yesterday morning. Did you ever
sec a pocket counting machine? Well,
It's a little device shaped like a watch,
whenever jou press tho stem Ilia
needle on th dial Jumps a point, and
It register In that way up to soveral
thouand, on the principle of a cyclo
meter. They are used by anyone
making long counts, and oro very
handy because they never forget whero
they leave off. Hut to come to tho
point, something happened to remind
me of our national vlco of untruth
fulncm as I was getting up yesterday,
and I determined to 'kee,p tub' on my
self and as-ertiln, If possible, how
many actual, out-and-out lies I put
Into circulation In the course of the
"I chanced to l.av one of the little
counting machines I have Just men
tioned, so I llppd It into my pockt
and started out. The first Ho I told
was right at the door. Smitbson was
passing and Mopped to shako hands.
'Hello, old nianV said I, 'delighted to
see you? when, as a matter of fact,
was deuced sorry to sue him, becausn
I owed him ten. I gave the counter a
squeeze and hurried on, but before 1
cot to the office I had Jogged It nine
times. What did I Jog it for, did you
ask? Oh. trivialities mere triviali
ties, but at the same time polntblank
lies, every one of "em. Whenever I
opened my mouth out dropped some
confounded hyperbole. I told Jones
the Joke h Insisted on springing on
mei was the 'best I ever heard,' and
then made a double tally by assuring
his wife she was looking retnarkubly
well, when she nt leaking extremely
like a scarecrow. I toll another friend
I never laughed so much In, my life as
I hnd at something or other I don't
renumber now what and still another
that I hadn't flept a wink for thrco
nights when I had neuralgia lately
all lies, bald lies In spite of their
harmle'ines.. Wh-in I reached the
office and looked at the dful I was hor
rified. 'Rood heavens!' I t,ald to my
self. 'It seemsto be pnysfcally Impos
sible for me to pdk the plain truth
In the paltrlet nutter?. I'll Just re
main perfectly quiet for half au hour
and keep cheok oa Boggs," New Or
leans Time rvnuwritt.
FREAK IDEASjjF ARTISTS
To come In .ontaM with artists lu
any lint- on" U Immediately aware of
their several pcullf.rltiet,. Whether
they nre assumed or not Is a uuestlon.
with the truly artutlo, no. they nre not
But thoe who B'sume the airs and
viitucs of a gentJs arc no doubt ever
ronsclous of counterfeiting, with more
or les sucrex. and at last succeed In
ar.ousinp the wonderment of thelj oh
Slg. Vaslsnl. tin luillni. tenor, had a
peculiar Idea of a leading tenor's flfj
nlty. The slnor once reimfd to nta'
1 part In nn opera In London because
Vli.tnr Morrell wa to Vill lilm In the
Itst act. He mid Who ever Iicnri
if a barytone kllllr.fr -i tenor," and the
plot had to be changed. Edward de
Reske lnu a manlr. for buying choice
randies, which he lln.rll)tit?n amone
tho ladles of Ui- ron.p.in) durln: -'"
Mnif . Cahe the, Ir.In.ltf.Mn "Carmen."
one of the foremost artists of tl f
lyric world, caiifet her manager any
amount of trouble each salary day. Of
rourae thi lady has not s'jeut much i
her time In i ountliig ho.iss or worried
hcrtelf about the der.jniiuulfon of for
sign monies a:ii In onsecjuf ni-c a verv
guod story If tol.1 by IWiuuel Maurlct
the paymaster of Mr Griu'k Metronoll
tan Opera Co.
When Mme. Calve optned her flrsl
American salary envelope In New York
amonif the othr blllt was a bright
hew onc-thdiis.ind dollar note. Aftci
a thorough -.arAla&Uo& and ubcnt,flf-
ii-i'ii mmuiefi at ueep loougm. wnicu
attraitml the attention of thu other
artists.the madame rtunie(j tl the pay
niasttr and re-)iiMsted "moro money"
He grasping the sltiatloi.. run Into the
bank next door ana bunged It for
one dollar bills which when handed tn
thu lady was prfetly satisfactory, and
tfi this day, Mr. Msuricn says nn ar
gument will comlnse Mine. Calvo that
one-thousand drdlar'hlli Ib worth as
much at ono thojsiad one!.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Quetfa Streets, Honolulu.
THIS 8PACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and 'typewriting.
Second floor Kllte Uldg., Hotel St.
At ofllce 9 to Z:jl; Tel. Main 70,
At tioiise evenings; Tel. UluesStill.
, large oud hanilMiSi Angora rat
which Is the pit and pride of ,i family,
In the south end of the city, and which,
rcljlog on thlf makes himself very
fsinillar, got Into greut trouble the
olhir day. Several sheets of sticky
flyWier had been Uld on a tuble near
a sunny window to entrap wandering
fine i no fat, desiring to look out at
the window, leaped on tho table and
lauded w Ith all four feet on a sheet of
the fly puper. At first ho kept cool
and endeavored to reiearo ouo foot
alter another, hut ihn turner chine
closer than a brother, Vheu ho put his
noe down to pafch the paper from his
feet, and a louse end seized him by the
whiskers and fastened to his fore
head, blinding hlin, Then he was scur
fil, and thti trouble commenced, and
a ort of furry, long tailed thunder
bolt went lolling over the carpet, emit
ting tho most terrible yells and rain
vuullngs nnd turning everything up
f IiIm down. The family hastened to the
relief of their favorite, and morn than
one of them felt his teeth aud eluwa
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A lady's breast pin found. See Want
Henry Ilertlcmann left for Hawaii
Mls Sarah tlock left for Maul In ths
Manna I.oa today,
Doth the Klnau and Muuna l.oa
salleii on time today.
Dr. Raymond Is booked for the Clau
dine this afternoon,
Hon, Hill White will sail lu the Clau
illne this afternoon.
A bunch of k)H has been lout. Se
Lost column on page 8,
An eight room house with barn. See
To l.t column on page S.
It. W. Atkinson was a departing pns
lenger In the Manna I,oa this morning,
Nicely furnlr.heil rooms, Populnr
House, 1219 Kort St., $1.50 per week up.
A six room house on King street is
for rent. See To I.et column uu page 3.
Dr. J, Atcherley can be found nt 313
King street, next door to Opera Hourc.
Ah the Klnau an 1 Maiin.i I...11 got
uwaj together n rare Is cxpectej to l.a-
The schooner Hold. Lewers will gc
on the marlnn nilUn; ns soon as the W
(J. Hull comes off.
Honolulu l'lioin Kupi'lj Co. for Island
lcws, films, pistes, pap-r and any
C. It. Hemenway lis opened law
otltres In the .ludil hulldlllg. See un
tied miller New Today.
Sw idlest turnouts In town furnished
uu n moment's notice at Honolulu
Stock Yards Co. Tel. Muln 301.
J, liatchelor has lust his small white
fox terrier puppy. See Lot lolorin en
page S for description und toward.
An auction sale of ferns und p.ilins
will take pliue on tin- llth tutt. See
Jag. K. Morgim's iiiliimu on page S.
Auction sale of household furniture
uu Wednesday, 0.t. 9th at 10 o'clock J.
in. nt Jas, r Morgan's salwriKinu
The Supreme Court was engaged Hill
morning in cnlltng the cnli'inlar, Jus
tlccs Oulbralth and 1'erry preldlii.
A meeting of the Hooiilu l.nlinl So
ciety will be held tomorrow morning at
the Kuplohinl Maternity Home nt 16
Hull's CottaK" I'.ilnt comm lu all
shiidi's unci tints reudy mixed for use
Nw stock Just reet It l by E. O. Hall
.Iinlue Ksfee, In ttie Ki-ileial Court
allowed Wail" Wurieu Thnvr, truster
In the bankruptcy of Lum Man Silk, a
flu of $".".
The Hngcy cure lonipnii) cnv, llur
limn vs. Mugoon et al., in still on bo
tore Judge (Iwir and a Jury In llic Cir
C. II. ltaveu, fi'ie of thu siliool teach
ers of the other sld of the Island, lint
resigned to acfept a position In th(
Custom lloune. ,
'i .le Klks will hfdd no further meet
Itigs until their new hull at the cornel
of Miller and lit tetania Mrrcts hai
Some large tanuirlml tree logs are tr
be shipped to the Stillwater Mnuilfuc
tnrluB Co. of Mluu'.snta from here t'
be mude Into furniture. ,
A residence for Mr. (inrtle . nianiigei
of the Hawaiian Kl-'rtrlc Co., tn b
erected at College Hills Is being do
signed by a local arthltect;
The steamer Tamplto whlth wiis ex
pected here fiom thu Sound today wa
having her propellt-r rtpaired at heat
lie when the Cullforslau salted. She
br.d uone of her cargo aboard.
Hi.' ni"ii ami women caught Ht I v-i
hi last Saturday night appealed In tin
I'ullcf Court this fi-reiHMiii. All Im.
four had their casts nolle prosd., whlli
thus.' wen- discharged, "i neri- was no
siittlileiit I'vlilvncu to couvlct.
Mrs. I'lirker, mother of Jtcv. II. II
Parker of Kuwatahao chinch, Is weuk
ening cfinslderally. On Saturday night
last. It was feared that sbu-wouM sure
ly succumb btfore many hours.
Jurvd Siulth, Director of the Fulcra!
Agricultural Kxperlmeut Station, paid
his tlrst visit to the Koohiu .side of tbU
island esterday. He wan much de
lighted with the steifery uliil the fer
tile aspect of the couutrV ,
Wade Warren Thaer has given no
tice to place on the Supreme Court
calendar the appeal of the legatee of
the estate of Allna, deceased. It I'
against the discharge of J. A. Maguon
-v. 1 1 It approval of iiccounts us minimis
trutor. Willie rnhu, KaelekoTi' and Cyrnna
Knlukiinn, three "Wyllle street hood
lums, were arrested yestcnltiy fill
riotous conduct on the premises of a
Hawaiian womau. The gang to which
thesu hoys belong Is on? of the very
worst In thr city.
A meeting; of the Hoard of I'lrc
Comnilhidouer Is due this evening, to
open tenders for nre engine nouses
tvhli h closed ut noon today, Andrew
Diowii. chairman of the hoitiil, being
alM-uiu from the Ttrrllorj there may
lie a postponement. "
The V. M. l A, Is making prepura
thins for u recfptlon to I'njsiml Direc
tor Vimiiik wliu Is expeeted In the
Sierra tomorrow. Theie wus no quo
tum prehint at the meeting of iho dl
ni,tors lust evening mi the wink was
piihhul over to tne commitieo.
The follovilng malches will he play
ed ut the 'Iletetjinla Tennis Club this
afleinoiin: M, A. Cheek and A. ti.
Ciinhii at I o'clock; A. T. Ilrock am'
W. M. Alexander at 4;.".u; A, Water
house and A, M, Novell at ." nnd D
itiws und V. I-'. Dlillnghum at S.
The follow lug iases wer.' illsisisvl
of In the Polled Colli t this foirnoiiir
Wllllum Joseph, assault ami liatterr
on 1). Kaiibaa, $:." and tosts; Manuel
Olilluho. usbault und battery on M. I
Jesus, discharged: Ah Chew, heedle
driving, !' and (osts Willie l.upeiin
larceny In the set unit ilcgrte, coinnit'
ti-il tn thu Circuit Com t for tilal.
A, Smith, the colored grutloniuii who
was so obstieperuiis lu the l'nllia
Court ii'stvrday forenuou uud who
was sentenced to twcutv-fuiir lunirs'
Iniprlsoiiiiient on the ilmue of con
triupt of court, had notlilng to say
when he appeared bcfoie Juduo Wlbui:
today, lloth he audi Kaueakua, u pi-
You Have a Family Tree
Hut If you Imvc'nt n
Hliou Tree you cun
never evpect to have
your HitocHln Hliiipc.
The "Koster" Tree is the best,) easy to
Insert or withdraw, saves the feet (rom
corns or bunions, saves the shoe-..
IflNERNY SHOE STORE
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly nrihlng ninl.o ur leaders In tirstchisn bargains; then,
too. we nre not in thu 111(111 KKNT DISTRICT.
We can sell good at a price far below that of downtown mer
t limits and make the same profit.
If yoji would save money, nolo tin- prices on some of the fol
low lug new goods which wore received by fhe last Marllsisa.
Our windows are full of thesi- bargains and It will pay jou to
1111111' up our way.
New nnj J.ilnty dr-Ign,
rACcllriit .i-xurtnient hi all
ulJth .-in J o,u.illlle-, with
insertions tu match.
8 1-3c, 10c. 12 1.2c.
Swiss Ribbed Yests
A large :tNirtnirntjuM ojtn
cJ wlilcli l ure to plient
12 1-2c; $1.40 per dot.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
We an- showing the lmost novelties of pretty fffoct In Uieft
and Insertions, which embrace the choicest and rarest ireatlons
ever seen In Honolulu.
WV have not tho speco liere to do them Justice In a de
scription, sii-wlll ask you to come and see them, ljirgc as
sortment to select from.
Imiiieiise stock Just oper.id at the following prices:
Men's holld s.olor Hose, 70c per box n. oni-halT dozen pairs.
Mt'l'i Imisirted Hose, HlB'-k and Tan, 12 1-2e pair.
Men's Kmicy toloied Hosu 'n Stripes, 16 1-2c pair.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.-
CLINTOIS J- HUTCHIIVS,
Pi Id up
NAME OF STOCK
C Brwtr ft Cometfi
L.B. Kerf m. Co,, Ui..
Ewa Plantation Co I j.ooo.oooi
Hanoa PlantatlonCo..! iTSmo. ia
Hawaiian A p IculturatCo! t.oooooj loo
Hawaiian Com.4 Su Co.l t.itt.Tio! too
Hawaiian Suear Co ..,. t,oooxl to
Honomu Sugar Co ..il tjono loo
nunuui iiui( viHii.iiwgiOOD.
Hiku Sucar Co ..,, ., 50090' too,.,,,.
Klfiuku Punutlon Co., I ynjoua, to' llli
KIIIPIinl.Co..l(l Il.olo.tm! n
nil 100,000' toe
,,f IocmoJ loo
Klvaliutj Suvar Co.,
Kona Suiar Co .... soe.ooo.oo
MtBr, JeSu C0..LI.H 1 1 1,017.100 so
' ftd UB
Nlku Sue Co. Liia
0huSurar Cv, .,
rVokala Sugar flan. Co.
laa MJ. t-i HI . ail
laa S11 Co Ltd. ri ud i
I Ofowalu Cottpany ,,,,
I Paauhau Su. Plan. C0.1
Pacific Suear Mill ..,,
Pala Plantation Co ...
Ptptekeo Suear Co .
Pioneer Mill Co. .......
P).mcr Mill Ca Ai
Waiatua Aer. Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co....
waimanaio uear to
l.too,' too ItjJi
K$.aao m t J
500,000 mi ll!
,OTO,ODOI J0)jt .
ISOfiOO loo ,
ten 000 ' tM.
4,500,000 too SH
Wl Jar S tramS lr Cm .
lmtfUtaniStanN.Cot tooW too'
.lawillan Ftvt.i( f :.. . I
H.in.RapU T.& UnlCoi ,jg'W toot
Mutual Tcterhan Co .. ligo,' 10!
, - - V";. 2rvU t.000,000, too
Flnt Nation tl Bank ..
Hawaiian Gov 5 percent),,
nno rt, k., .o. O rttni
H1I0R. R.Co. 6 percent1.,
Ion. KjpII Ttanklt ..
tw Plantain 6prcfnii,..,
U4H1U nanianon ope
Olaa PUnfatlAn n c.
Waialua Aerlcul.6pc .!.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bend Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
V.ILLARD E. BSOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchane.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangi
OrJers lor the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonJs carefully and promptly execute, ,
Loans negotiated. ,
MclISeRIW BLOCK. PORT ST.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
Thin In. vvliitt tlw.'
Ib nlvlni; im oimtiinu'rit wlivn
they buy an tlilnK In
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 cent I'apeterles cut to 10c
2$crnt Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent Papeter!e cut to 35c
50 cent Tinted Papetles cut to
More good, for leit money than
wii ever .old In the.e l.landu
316 Fort St..
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. I elephont 169,
Judd & Company
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER8, ,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Offlfv No. :ii1T HtnnKf'Uwald lnilMing.
Honolulu. T. II. 1. O. box tiii".
TH. 22:1 Main.
t tin t would l' 11 Kraci' tn any Iiiiiim?,
Jimt upi'ni'il by us, anil aro wnltlnj;
tnr ymi to iiinii' to ki-o tlu-in. If you
haven't n nice ilivnavr wp wwit jou to
m tlii'Hi', lifruiwii you can't help buy.
Iiik onti whi'ii you know how tonvo-
iilent thoy art-.
Oak In the populnr wood for furnl
tuio anil wo have
that Vvlll slilnc above any In town an'l
ut rlillciiloualy low prlfcH.
woulil like to call attention 13
This branch Ih a very Important onu
to you 1 ami m ua.
We make anything you order and
from any ili'Hlnn. Mattrc.ae made
of hair anil v,v sill thorn for hair
no cheap mixture. Plllowa HtulTud,
louclicn nmili', etc.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lciidlnjv Furniture Dealer.
King and Bethel Streets.
Blank book.'of all sorts, ledsen. etc.
linftire tin was put In a condition to the, were fined f5 and cotidjo'u th manufactured by the Bulletin Publish-
rw nod tvalk. Portland Oregonlan. Icbaiuc of affray.
HART & CO,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
HuHlnctiii Mnn'H Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and'all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovet
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
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