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The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite ol New York
and London Society.
lnh)nnii wiib selected oh
UUIiaillllO the standard
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
,T ' & Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiiaa Hotel Barber Shop.
employs two 6f the mot skillful and
experienced white baken In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very best
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc., '
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes 'and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard,' Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at B a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at i 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted, .
i sun hot
JUDGE LITTLE SITTING
AS SUBSTITUTE JUSTICE
Forty Dollar Case and Pilipo vs.
Scott Heard This Morning-
Nobrega Divorce Appeal
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE VH
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being us"d successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I 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.
Tlie "forty dollar case," as It Is be
Ing called, ns argued before the Su
iiremo Court today. It Is a matter of
the estate of Allna, deceased.
J. "A. Museum wan administrator, who
wan late In rendering tho nccounts, ,
V .Thayer for certnlu clalmlnfi helm,
brought proceedings under which the
nccountu were filed, Judge Humphrejs
at the hearing disallowed (.onimlsslons
nf $240 to Magnon, who appealed to
th' Supreme Court and (here had the
rommlstlons allowed excepting J30.
The case was remanded to tho Clr
cult Co.irt for eiich further proceedings
as the opinion of tho appellate court
MiKgeMod. On thin occasion Thayer
asked for nn attorney's feo of, $10.
which Judge Humphreys allowed and
ordered paid hy Mo goon himself.
Mr. Mngoon now appeals against pay
ment o! this $40. Tlio estate yielded
$3049 during Mr. Mngoon's adminis
tration, the greater part of which was
expended Ineducntlng Allna'u children
In respectable hoarding seminaries.
The old Plllpo-Fcott controversy was
argued before the Supremo Court to
day. It Is nn appeal by Esther N. PHI-
po tt at., plaintiffs, against a decision
by the Circuit Judge of tho First Cir
cuit In faor of Nettle h. Scott, defen
dants. The parties belong to Kona.
Hawaii-, nml the dispute in over cattle
ranching property. Aclil & Johnson
for plaintiffs; Andrews, Peters & An
drade for defendants.
Nobrega s. Nohrega, a divorce np-
Lp'eiil. is before the Supremo Court this
afternoon. The divorced husband np'
peals from the decree of Judge Clear,
whlih ordered an equal division be
tween them of all the community prop
erty of the parties, Including a piece In
the wife's own name, the payment of
alimony to Mrs. Nobrega of $15 n week ! 0clock.
MruuiiiK me mviAiuu ui properly nnti
of $300 feet to Geo. A. Bavin, attorney
for the wife. I)alf for liuellunt; Do
Ilolt for libelee.
Judge Little of IIHo is sitting with
Justices Galbratth and Perry.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Plague has reappeared la Brazil and
Another revolution Is reported in
The cruiser Cleveland was launched
at Hath, Me , Sept. 29.
Blanche Dates is In a Detroit hospi
tal 111 of malarial fever.
Castle & Lansdale, real etut anJ
Investment agents, see ad, ,
The PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT ill stop leaks or no piy.
The German ship Slrene now here Is
being reinsured In San r'lamlnio,
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Dr. J. Atcherloy can be found at 343
King street, next door to opera House,
Itev. Dr. George C. I.oilmer lias ie
signed the pastorate of the Tremont
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. for Island
Mens, Mm, plates, paper and any
WnuTk-Oti shoe at Melnernv shoa
store. A tine shoe with a perfect fit,
u perfect fit and n fine shoe.
Tax Assessor Pratt has n notice in
today's Hy Authority loiiimu that will
be of Interest to taxpaers.
A notlte of power of attorney for the
banking house of Claus Spreikels &
Co. appears under New Today.
Just received .by Goo Kim, extia
heavy pongee silk for men's suits and
new blue grass linen for ladle.
It Is rcporttd at Washington that
Piesldent Roosevelt will visit the Pa
ri lie Coast during the coming eur.
Mrs. H. C. Handy, wife of the deputy
clerk of the Federal Court, returned
In the Sierra from a vlilt .of two ol
three months to frkndg on the Coast.
Senator Piatt of New York and
Hooker T. Washington have held Im
portant lonferenees with President
Rosevelt, presumably on political af-
Frank Thompson pleaiVd a case In
the Supreme Couvt this morning. It
being his first ccrt woik sbjee meet
ing with his severe accident some
months ago. He still zoes on crutches
Membcis unit invited guests of Har
mon) Uidge. I. O. O. F are reminded
b request of the celebration-of the
silver unulveisar to take place at Mo-
ana hotel on Saturd.i.v evening at S:!P
M BEEN SETTIH)
A crhket miteh lietveen maiVd
and single teams will begin at 2:30 Sat
unlay afternoon upon the Maklkl re
creation ground. Dr. Walters Is onr
of the v (tenuis hooked to play. Dl
Humphrls Is also enlisted.
Lewis Ac Turk managed to keep thi
crew of the Sonoma on board while Ir.
port, otherwise thy would have come
ftslione to be paid oiT. This effective
huslnei-a of tile shipping masters en
ahled the steamer to have prompt dls
COLD IN THE BACK,
That's nil. Maybe you've had it and
thought'you were getting old. A REC
STAR PORUS PLA8TER the moot
curative plaster madu will fix It all
right. Leave It on a few days. A
crutch for lamo backs. Two for 25c.
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Dad colds are plentiful. Here's n
cure, but tako It In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT taken
right hold of, a cough seems to go
straight to the seat of trouble. On'
dose gives relief. Pleasant to taUl
25c and 50c bottles.
These hr days aro productive of
headaches. There isn't any reason
why you should suffer when ou can
get a speedy and safe cure In taking
one of the famous HEAD-EASE pow-
del s. This is the most popular leuie
dy In these Islands; 23c bo of twelve
Hobron Drug Co
FORT AND KINQ
San Franc'peo, Oct 3 The strll'o
of the ifulons utrlliated with tho Cltv
Front Federation was declared ott ut
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and
this niomlng the 15,000 members win
have been Idle for more than nln
weeks will return to their former Join
ill 1.0 far as those places aro open for
them. The dramn have signed ,u
guaiantee that for a year the waueh
Hours and ovtrtlme suliedulo In foin'
before the lncoptlqn of the strike shi.il
not be disturbed. The guarantee Im
been nceepted by tho strike leaders,
and the Hrothirhood of Tcamsteis
ami the unions that went out In sliu
.lathy with It have ileased their men
ind Instituted them to return t.i
The wheels of Industry will one.)
more move unclogged. The full roni-
plement of drays, will again bo sent
out and the protection of policemen
will no longer uu necessary. l.ong-j
shoremen, tailor?, marine menicu an i
other laborers along the watcrfiont
will take up the welcome huideii oi
dally toll, gucrdE will bo removed from
wharves and gates will bo thrown open
again. Today will no a transforma
tion In the wholesale district and at
the docks through tho abandonment ol
all the safeguards and devices made
necessary by the Llmnrmal condition
that obtained dining thu strike.
The terms' of peace submitted to
tho executive commltteo of tho Dray
men's Association by the strike lead
erB. through the mcdlution of Govern
or Gage, and accepted by the commit
tee, and atterward ratified by tho
Drajmiins Association in regulurmcit
Ing. and by the City Front Federation
and the Ilrothi-rhooo of Teamsters, are
substantially as follow r:
The Dras men's Association, through
Its eierimve committee, guarantees
that thu wages, li'jiirn and overtime
schedule in lores before, tho inception
of the strike shall not he dlsturbd
within n sea-: It agrees that foinier
emplojei. Minll be reinstated so far n
possible, but daes not promlso the dls-
chaigu of efficient non-union men. and
It ugiee that there shall be no ilU
crimination agaliibt union men.
The City Front Federation and the
lltotheihooi) of TeumsterH agree that
the teamsters strike mid tho sympu
thetle general stiike Htiall ho deilau I
off anil the mi'ti i it free in return to
wenk. Eiuplujeb are to obey mders
given by th t-mplojer In tho legulai
course of business,
YOHE SENDS KIMONO
Now York, Oct. S.-Lawyer Mann
Friend was tho recipient today of a
tiioughtful favor from May Yoke,
which arrived by expreBB from Yoko
hama. It was a kimono, oral) In col
or, and nn cxnulBlto creation, "such us
the nobility wear," as the nitres (
wrote In her letter which precede I
the package. Pure Japanese silk
forms tho foundation of tho garment.
Tho actress wrote that she had
written to friends In this country ot
her determination to maintain bei
home In tho Orient and that she uuve
never expected to sco old Ilroadwuy
ualn. Friend denied tho roport which
was current tonight to the effect
that Miss Yoho and ..lajor Strong had
quietly returned to Now Ymk an.1
wero ut present In tho city. The law
yer 'produced tho kimono and thu
actress' letter In proof of Ida denial
that tho pair bad returned to the me
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid & Co.,1 Ltd.
General Commisstoa Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treets, Honolulu.
Tho Sonoma took seven Hawaiian!
here before depaiture. to work In tlK
fire-room. There will be.B eompleti
new (lew shipped by U-wls & Till I
for the fire-room of the Sierra. Tin
force wbli Ii brought the steamer tier
was n very Inferior one, so the men
will be paid off here and their placet
taken by capable men.
Theie was a gieat crowd at th
wharf to see the Lilliputian troupe of)
for the Coast this morning. The tot,
weie the recipients of many little to
kens of leiui'mbrance and had a mern
send off. Am tlie steamer pulled awi
fiom the whurf tin- nttlej ones tool
possession of the how and checiuj
their fi lends to the echo.
Contractor Henry of the firm a,
Clark & Henry, who were awnrd.
the contract for diedglng the bar a
Pearl Harbor, arrived in the Slern
Ho minfK here'to superintend thu pre
llmlnary work and the setting up ol
thu diedger, which Is soon to nirive
The work will soon begin and If
pushed utieail as fast as (Hisslble.
J. S. Martin, the tailor, claims that
he was held up In ThomasSquare nt
about 8:30 o'clock last night whltf
crossing from King to Ilerttanla street
He stated to the police thnt two rough
looking men came out suddenly fion
behind a clump of trees and one of
them asked htm to change a piece of
money. Mr. Martin sized up the situa
tion and made for the polite station
at a run.
Three Porto Itlcnn voung men.
charged with vagrancy, were this fqre-
nooii sentenced to two months' Im
prisonment nt haul labor. Two of the
number were nnested on the same
charge some time ago hut. nn their
piomlsing that thev would find work
they wero given n chance and allowed
to go fiee. The oung men went back
to their old habits anil their arrest
A flie early this morning ai Koolau
THIS SPACc RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and " ypewrltlng
Second floor Elite lllds. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 76.
At house I evenings; Tel. Blue 2011.
The above newE him been conflime-l
by letters leet-'ved nero by the Sim ru
It m an n good dt't.1 to Honolulu an I
thu Islands, and t-oou the harbor,
vvliUh- is now almost deserted, win
he teeming with ships, as In Han
rrnnclsfo there it, r. great fleet getting
leady to ball for this port and many
vessels are Io.jdiue for the other M
!ermnn ((.population has Increased
12,3110,000 in, tho lust SO yeais, ami
4,oti."i,(""l in the last flvo years.
Fortv-seven per cent of the women
students at Swiss Universities uie of
Russian til rtti.
Itufct-.a ban Mill &99 million acres of
forest, and only 345 million ofrulll
The Ualtlu Canal cost l.7.8ilO.(MiO,
and It 112 mites long; the lion (lutes
Cunnl on ibe Danube, opened in 18IW.
The fotests of dreut Ilrltaln are
vnlued at 2.AlMi,000, those of tho
United Stales at U2.000,uih.
While Huropti has 107 people to the
square rnlli) Aula has but 58, Africa
11, and Austi.ilia 1 1-2.
England hat 3000 miles of canals,
liel.md iWO, Scotland 150. They ear
iy Si; mllUorih tons n year,
Ninet)-elghl thousand lunatics aic
ut prtHTit In lirltlsh asylums.
loa ni'inly caused the death of a veiv
fat Chinaman named Akaua. He w-qs
awakened hy the llaim-s of the fire,
which was hunting his dwelling and
stole, and III tivllig to escape thioilgh
a small winnow lie goi siuck. i.uikii)
nelghbois coming to the scene of the
oiillagiution saw- ins preuiiameni n.ri
extricated him. The store and ion
tents were totally destroyed. Ilio
stock and hulldlnit weie Insured for
llniio In the Nor wlili Insurance Co.
Two nf the Japanese who are said to
have assaulted Special Officer Nlshl
yama on Monday night, were arrested
yesterday nfternonn on warrants sworn
to by the officer himself. The cases of
these men came up In the Polite Court
this forenoon. A continuance until
tomoirow forenoon was granted the
prosecution as there are two or three
more men ennterned In the alleged as
sault that the police art now on the
track of but have been unable to And
I). Kiln, one nf the gang of Nlolopi
natives, was sertteneed to one months
Imprisonment at haid labor by Judg
Wilcox this foienoon. the defendant
being chin ged with assault on n wo
man. During the examination of the
witness, Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwoith
Biuceeded In gaining fiom him the
name of the native who sold swipes to
him on Sunday, It Is probable that
theie-wlll soon he a raid up In that lo
cality. If theie Is. there will be a lot of
swlpts (lowing down hill.
ss-fH l' taBBBan
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
ON THESE WE LEAD
HUYS A PAIR
A Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
A Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
INERNY SHOE STORE
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly arriving make u leaders In first class bargains; then,
too, we are not In the 111(111 HUNT DI8TKICT.
We can sell goods at a price far below that of downtown mer
chants and make the same profit.
if you would save monev. note thp prices on some of the fol
lowing new goods which were reielved by the lai.t Mariposa.
Our windows are full of these bargains and It will pay jou to
come up our way.
New anJ Jilnty de-icm.
excellent .imminent In all
width and qualities, with
insertion tu match.
8 1-3c, 10c, 121-2c.
Swiss Ribbed Yests
A I iree .-iortmfiit jul open
eJ vv hlcli I ure to- please .it
12 1-2c; $1.40 per dot.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
Wo arc nhowliiK the laioat noteltle of i-rotty effect In 1-ac.tM
and Insertions, hlch ombracf thu choicest and rarvsi creations
cjr neon In Honolulu.
We hae not the apace here to do them Ju&tlvv In a de
scription, so uill ask ou to tome and see them. Large a
sortmeut to select from.
Honolulu, October g, 1901
NAME OF STOCK pjj j? BU A4
C. Brtwtf & Company. i.Mo.iyy too 41$
N.S SichiDO.Co,L1. 60,000 too !(
LB.Ktrrft Co.. Ltd.. tooo fc
Eva Plintatlot! Co .. s 000100 to jH t
Hamoa PlanlitlonCo ino 100
HawillinActkuttviratCo 1,000,000 too t?j .,.,,.
Hawaiian Com flibu Co. fl,)ifl,fj4 too . ...
Hawaiian Suear Co .... t.000,000 t4H .,,,
Honomu Suear Co . t $0000 too tyt
Honokaa Sucar Co a 00000 oo
Haku Sugar Co ,. yso.vn too..
ICahuku Plantation Co $00,000 o fH
KlhclPlantCo ,LtJ, . 1.050000 jo
Klpahulu Sugar Co. . 160,000 toe
Koloa Sujar Co.... ... yxoo too . .4.
Kona Surjf Co., il joojoo too..,..
McBryJaSuCo.,U.ail ttT.yn to..... IK
" ' ri up f 1,6)0,000 to
plupl ao .... ,.
0hu Suf at Co , ... ihr.oio too tttH n
Onomta Su fat Co i,oor,o' to t) ,
fokala Surar Plan. Co 500,000' to
1a Su. Co., LtJ , ait t6s,ooo ao 1 , ...
JlaaSuCo Lti. piup a joo.ooo to t , ...
Olowalu Company, u... 150,000! too ,,.,,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co 5000,001 50 ... ,,,,,
Pacific Sugar Mill 500000J too
Paia Plantation Co., , , fjo,ooo loo
Ptptekeo Sugar Co ...- fjo.ooo too ...... i?j
Pioneer Mill Co,., . 1,150,000 io $
Pioneer Milt Co Aie joo o 100 . ,,,,.
Walatua Agr. Co, 4,500,000 too $,.,,.
Watluku Sugar Co .... roo.ooor 100 . , y
Walmanalo bugai Co ast.ooo! t
Walmea Mill Cu , , . tt5.ooo 100. .... 9,
Wl der Steamship Co x 000! 100
Httr-Uiani ! te im N.Co. 300.000(100 ... .
4aallan Elecutc Co ato.000 too . .. 01
Hon.RarU T & lanJCoj 90tmo too toi ...
Mutual Taleprion lo . tw.ouo to r . ...
Oahu Ry ft LanJ Co t.oooooo too .,,...
Paoplt 1 let & R re Co 150,000 100
FlralA.S Bmk&T.Co , t(tu
Hawaiian Gov percent ,,
Hllo R R. Co, 6 percent ,
H1I0R. R. Co. 6 pr cent
Ion. fcapli Transit
Ewa Ptantat n 6 per cent ,, tot ....
OahuRft LaniLo.prc io ,, . .
Oahu Plantation 6 pC ,,,,, ,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,.
Walalua Agrlcut. 6pe tot totf
, ... ,. ,
8alea 25 Palm, $121.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Office. 8tangenwald Btdg., Mar,
OF MEN'S HOSIERY
Immense stock Just operod at tin following- prices:
Men's solid .olor Hose, 70c per Ihix o. one-half dozen pairs.
MciS Imported Hose, BlaH. and Tan, 12 1-2c pair.
Men's rancy colored Hose 'n Stripe., 16 1-2c pair.
I Pacific Import Co., Ltd
V.ILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
Balstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCs-HNS,
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangt
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
and bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnj.
Postoffice Box 300, Telephone l6s.
MclNERNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
OfHco No. 307 StaiiEenwald building.
Honolulu, T. II. I. O. hox C$7,
Tel. SIS Main.
BETTER DIVIDENDS. THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
This Is what the
Is giving its customers when
they buy an thing in
STATIONERY, 8CH00L SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 cent Papeterles cut to 10c
35 cent Papeterles cut to isc
;o cent Papeterles cut to )5c
. 50 cent Tinted Papetles cut to
35 cents. 1
More good, for less money than
was ever sold In the.e Islandw
316 Fort St.
that would ho a Kracc tn any Iiouhp,
JiiHt iiprni'il hy us, and aro waiting
for oii to come to see them. If ou
liau-n t a nice dresser we went jou to
seo them', becauxo )ou can't help Inly
ing one whin you know- how conve
nient they are.
Oak Is the popular wood for furni
ture and we hae
that wilt shine above any In town and
at rlillciiloiniiy low- prices.
We would like to call attention tD
This branch la a very Important one
to you and to us.
We make anything )oit order anl
from any design. Mattresses mado
of balr and we sell tbem for hair
no cheap mixture. Pillows stuffed,
touches made, etc.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lending Furniture Dcnlern.
King anJ Bethel Streets.
Blank hooks of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
HART & CO.,
fHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
pine Ice Cream anJ VVater Ices.
Chocolates anJ Confections.
Buntnctts Man's Lunch
The bet In the city: iiijoa.m toap.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 - - - - -
10 FORT STREET.
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