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A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
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The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
employs two of the molt eklllful and
experienced white baxen in tne city
to superintend their cak. 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, 8nalls, Buns, etc,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers,
Cake, etc., out at ..
Razors' Honed and Set
.Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CENTS.
Custard, 8qukth and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pics out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs 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 sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and seethe
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GOLD IN THE BACK,
MHK MATCH I
FOX AND AQNEW WILL
NOT Dl) BATTLE TONIIIT
Sherifi Brown Calls a Halt to Al
Oahu Athletic Club to
, This Effect.
There will bo no eparrlng or any
other kind of mutch at tho hnll of the
Oahu Athletic Club this evening nnct
the sports who have been nntlrlpatlnfi
n fine exhibition of tho manly art ana
who had gently pushed aside all other
engagements In order to bo present al
the Agnow-Kox contest are verj raucli
All arrangements had been made by
the Oahu Athletic Club for tonight 4
bout hut estcrday, High Sheriff
llronn. learning of certain Irregularis
tie, sent a letter to tho directors ol
the organization forbidding any cuiv
test under pain of arrest.
i The letter which tho head of pollen
sent starts out with thaassertion that,
In his belief, tho contest would not !n
a sparring match but a fifth t of tho
most determined kind. It had been
openly stated by both tho fighters con
cerned that the fight would be to a
finish, Personal feeling had been
shonn and hot words had been spoken
between tho two men In front of the
1'ostom.ce during tho afternoon. Kroia
what he bad learned, a brutal fight wa
llesldes these facts, tno High Sheriff
called the attention of tho directors e
tho fact that membership tickets at
12.50 had been sold to anyone who car
ed to purchase 'Jie. When he gate his
consent to tho sparring match n few
days asp. It was distinctly understood
that there should be no gatu money
charged. Tho match was to hae been
for points before the members of the
0 tint Athletic CUub. In -view of nil
these facts, the High Sheriff states In
conclusion, that he did not consider
himself bound by previous pci mission
The Advertiser In ItK story otthU
mcnnlng stutes that uno of the men
concerned was knocked donn during
the argument In front of the Pnttnflke)
iLfcsterday afternoon Au usual, there la
failure to state specific facts ami In
this case, to gUc tho iiiiino of the mini
uppoeil to hao been knocked down.
As ii matter of test, thcro wiimi t
blow struck. Heputable eyc-wltncssrt
v III teitlfy to this fact.
Two of the directors of the Oahu
Athletic Club call'd on High Sheilff
111 own at the noon hour today and ask
ed htm It he vo,ild not reconsider hU
determination In regard to tho spurring
mulch Mr. Drown was very courteous
to tho men and told them thnt there
was no one who liked good clean sport
better than himself. However, under
the i Ircumstnnccs, be could not allow
the match to take place1.
When ull the Information In posses
slon of the High Sheriff had been lm
parted to the directors, they thanked
Mr. Drown for his kindness and tnld
him If the) were in lils place, they
would du just as he had done.
h mm in
That's all. Maybe. )(u'c bad It an.
thought j on were getting old. A REC
&TAR PORUS PLASTER-tho met
curntlvo plaster made will fix It all
light. .eao It on a few dnjH. A
crutch for lamo backs. Two for 21c
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Dad colds are plentiful, Here's n
euro, but take It In time PUTNAM'S.
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT take
right hold of a tOugh seems to go
straight to the seat of tioublc. On
doso gives relief. Pleasant to tal")
23c anil 50c bottles.
Theso h; days aiu pioductha ol
headaches. There Isn't any reasoi
why you should suffer when ou can
get a speedy and safe euro In takli g
ono of tho famous HEAD-EASE po.
dors. This is tho most popular reme
dy in theso Islands! 'i'Se box of tweke
FORT AND KINO
Now York, Oct, 2. A special to tho
Journal from Philadelphia says: Ma
rie Dowd Sanford, once a well-known
actress, was found today without
means of biipport and with even tho
Bpectnclta that interposed between ber
and blindness pawned to get food. In
tier bare room this morning Mis. San
ford told u stoiy that seems Incredible
'but that, unfoitunately Is true. In her
stage career of twenty years Mrs. San
ford has played with Mary Anderson,
Mmo. Jutjauschok and Kn(e Clnxton.
"I do not wunt charity," sbo suld
"What I want is a place to woik,
wliero I can earn my bread. I bate
tried ami tried to get mi engagement,
nud have" failed. I have iyj wardrobe:
It went long ago to buy food, Hut I
can work as much as my strength al
lows, and If I could get II would will
ingly work as a domestic In some fa-
PK0TRA1T OF M'KINLEY
TO REPUBLICAN ROOMS
Painted by Beals of San Franc'sco and
Presented by George C. .
Geo. C, Stratem) er lias made the
generoin'rehoho to present to the Ho-
publican headquarters tha portrait of
President McKlnley, by Deals of San
Francisco, which he brought lioint
with him on his return from his tlsll
to New Jersey. It Is a handsome and
most lifelike portrait, as those who
have seen the late President testify.
At present the paintings hangs iu tho
office of the United States Marshal,
where Mr. Hendry as xctrctai) of the
Hc.HiMlcan party of the Tcrritorj r
celed It from the: donor.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
A bicycle has been found. See
round column on page 8
Large sunny room for rent In prhats
family. Sec classified ads.
Tho steamer Peru is expected from
San Francisco tomorrow etenloff.
Nicety furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Friday at noon Jas. F, Morgan will
ell a number of fancy pigeons at auc
Dr. J. Atcherleycan bo found at 343
King street, next door to opera House,
The baseball games set for Saturday
.will be plaed on the campus at-Oahu
wall, isicnois co. nae just receneu
a large number of new books. Sc
Two Rapid Transit cars rollldnl near
Printers Lane this afternoon. Mrs.
Oeorge Martin was injured.
F. W. Deardslee and wife w,lll leave
tor tho Coast In the Moana tor a five
necks' business and fdeasure trip.
Captain Calhoun, formerly of the
hark Archer, Is again In command of
the essel and will return here In her.
The Dulletln llaseball Contest will
close October in. Votes may be deposi
ted at this office until G p. m. on that
Cblcf Engineer Nleman of the Sierra
was not with her this tttp. He la)cd
oer one ojage to take a much needed
The onl faultless light Is tho lnian-descent.-
The Hawaiian Klectrla would
like to give you an estimate, on wiring
Raln nights and Warm Sun during
the da will Injure your roofs uulesi
painted with PKKIII.ESS PRESKRV
The Honolulu Photo SuppU Co. has
nil modern facilities for picture fram
ing and the finest at-sortment of mould
ings In town.
There Is a great ft el Inn of satisfac
tion among the merchants' and im
porters oer the termination of tho
Hrlke in San Francisco.
The three .lapamse! arrested yester
day and the day be font on the charge
of Special Officer Nlshljama. won
tried 111 tin Pullet- Court this forenoon
The evidence, against the men was not
sufficient and thej wurt- discharged.
Tht warrant Included four other men
but tin- pullet- hae not btcn able t
Among the players in 3aturdaV
cricket match will be Mr. Ahlo, who in
Cambridge ITnlerlty was called RanJ
II.. after the famous Fast Indian crick
eter. Prince Cupid will be In the mar
ried men's team, and ought to show
some points gathered in his lecent ton.
around the globe),
Saturday Is to be Tantalus day fo"
V. M. (J. A. members. .Mr. Van Dim
of the Normal School, who Is interest
eel in bn)s, and teaches nature study
will take the Junior up the bill a
S a. in , tu return In the afternoon. A
i p. m. one of the secretaries will take
a purtj of senior members up for th'
afternoon. All members are lulted.
The steamer Sierra sailed for th
Colonies thlj morning .shortly fctforr
6 o clock. On account of the grea
amount of coal she had to take her
and the poor facilities for coaling sir
was detajed. All of the new Ocean I
boats are poor vessel to coal as theli
coal ports are much too small to al
low quick work.
The revenue department received b;
tho Sierra ycstenla) SuO.ouO one-cen
stumps such as ale uxed on freight
bills, lly the same, mall mine uu ord
from Washington for the return of ill
unused revenue stampa, which have
become iinneec ssarj since the repeu
of the wur tux. Stamp-c amounting It
value to I'iO.OUO are now In the hand
of Collector Chamberlain. There wll
be sent to Washington !) the next
K. M. Orlltlth, expert forester In the
eniplo) of the United Stutes Cotern
ment, will be here shortly from Wash
Ingtou on his way to the. Philippine
there to remain permanently. He wll
remain In Honolulu about a month
during which time he will make.n tour
of Inspection of the forests of this Isl
and' and perhaps those of Hawaii and
Maul. During his ftuy In the Islands
Mr. (Irlmth will be In the hands of the
Department of Agriculture and Fores
try. Clovernor Dole received news of
Mr. (irlfflth's coming JuM recently.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Quean 8te.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
fleiera! Commission Ageits.
Cor. Fort and Queen StreetsHonolulu.
THIS 8PACt RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Klltu lllds. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 6; 45; Tol. Main 76.
At houso evenings; Tol. Dluo 2611.
The following t'anir. have been ar
ranged lor the cricket mutch which Is
to take place on tho Maklkl recreation
gro,uuds next Saturday afternoon:
Bachelors I). w. Anderi-on, 11. An
del m n (captain), L. (1. Dlackman. A.
V. T. Dottoinlcy, J H Cotton. .1. L.
Cockbiirn J, Jamleson, J, C. Mi GUI.
V Mclntsre, A. T, Myles, c. II. S,
lb ne-illcts Prla. Cjpld Kaliinlana-
ole, Ilv, Vincent H Kitcat, Dr. I). St.
(J, Waiters, Judge Stanley, H. Morse.
J Thomas, J. W, Harvey, R. A. Jordan
(captain), J. Wahlran, T.Anlo, I). Mc
Intjie. A. StC. I'llasaiu.
m . m .
WERE TAf." REHORM."
London, Oct 2 Thousands of rebels,
says n dispatch to tlm Dally Mall from
Hongkong, after sacking tho Herman
nilsxton ut Plang Thong, attacked Hln
Nun, a city ntnr Coohln. They were
repulsed, but they men attacked Shak
ma, where they wero again repulsed.
To thousand Chinese troops have
been sent to sappresu then!.
London, Oot. 2. "Dlsordeis havfl
arisen In the Vang-tsq provinces owing
to the lavages of the floods and The
diversion of the relief funds by corrupt
dflUlals," sajs the Shanghai corres
pondent of the Sticndurd. "These
threaten to culniiaatu In robelllon. The
situation Is very grave, und the local
authorities have uecn (irnercd to raise
troops and to placo tho district In a
filfilu nf riiifpflRO ."
'Die Imrkentlnes Rubt. Sudden and
W. II. Pinion. arrived In port thU
morning. The Sudden i nines from
Newcastle and was slghti-d lust nlgbt.
Pilot Sanders went out to her but as
was growing dark the vessel Mood oiT
shore und so the pilot boat could not
ratch her. She made the trip fioni
Newcastle In tj ditvs ami brings a
largo of coal for the P. M. S. S. Co.
The lllmoiid Is from San Krunilsui.
She had uu uneventful tilp of y, days
from the Ccmst and brings r large gen
eral t-nrgii. Included In In r height are
the turns for the Honolulu Rapid
Tianslt & Land Cu.'s tracks. Them
pieces have been anxious!) awulted unci
us soon as thev are In iihice the lininih
of the line through hie College ls
tiutt will lm put in operation.
Action to yutct Title.
Julia Kalelnanl, Mele Jlaul uud Wa
ha Holl. all Hawaiian women, lutvo
brought suli to cpilet title against C,
Dolte, The land In cuestlon Is at
Kallua. KiHilaupoko. this Island, the
plaintiffs complaining that defendant.
although clulmlng an estate or Inter
est therein, really has no such estato
or interest. J. T. Dv Uolt will appear
for the plaintiffs.
The Canadian (ioverniiieul lias a
unique bargain sale mi band. It Is
placing cm the market about live li nu
ll red small islands in the St. I.hw
rence. They are distributed over th I
river between Kingston und Dlo l
bllle, opposite the townships, of Pittn
burg. Leeds, luiisdowne, F.scott, Veiling
and Kllzahethtiiwii, and range from
five scpiarn mlh a to two ime-huii-dredths
of an aeie In extent. In tin'
event of two or more applications for
the same Island the parties will bo
asked to tender bids, and the piopertv
will be sold to the highest bidder. Oul.v
two li'l-nds will be sold to the sum;
ON THESE WE, LEAD
BUYS A PAIR
A File Shoe with Perfect Fit.
A Perfect Fit aid a File Shoe.
1NERNY SHOE STORE
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly arriving mako m leaders In first cIbbh bargains; then,
too, we are not In the 111(111 ItL.NT DISTRICT.
We can sell goods at a price far below that of downtown mer
chants and make the same profit.
If you would save money, note the prices on some of tho fol
lowing new goods which were received by the last Mnrlisisa.
Our windows are full of these bargains and It will pay joii to
come up our way. .
N e vimij. dainty design-,
ectuTcut jorttntiit In .ill
wlJtltt ,inJ iii.dltleN, with
Iti'-eriloiis to match.
8 1-3c, 10c, 121-2e.
Swiss Ribbed Vests
A large .iwirtmcnt jut open
eJ which l sure to pleas; .it
12 12c; $1.40 per doz.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
We are showing the latest novelties of pretty effect 'in Lnces
and Insertions, which embrace the choicest and rarest creations
ever seen In Honolulu.
We have not the space hero to do them Justice In a de
scription, so will ask J ou to come and see them. iJirge as
sortment to select from.
OF MEN'S HOSIERY.
Immense stock Just opepod nt the following prices:
Men'a solid color Hose. 70c per box o. om-half dozen pairs.
MciA Imported Hose, HIm'U and.Tnn, 12 1-2c pair.
Men's loncy colored lloso 'n Stripes, 16 1-2e pair.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
Mutt V7 .
p"" tt S. .r
J. H. FISHER
Stock aid Beid Bnkers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mer
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October to, loot
NAME OF STOCK J Jltl'ip
C. Brtwf & Company. I i,ono,r
li Men U U. L1,fl l bo.oo)
UH. Kerr Co., Lid.. I tco.oM
Ewa PlinUtlon Co ...
H.miu Plintatlan Co
Hawaiian Suear Co ...,
Honomtl buar Co ...i
Honokaa Sutar Co
Haiku Mitar ko .....,
KaSuhu Pianlallon Co. ,
aoioa autarch .
I Kona buvarCo. at. .
mc ur at au uo .Lo.ai i
, ' ,' ricpj
V-OU 9U(II vj ..
Cokala SiiEar Plan. Co
5laa Su CoAtJ. pi ud I
Paauhao Su. Plan. Co
Paclltc Sufar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Ptpeakeo Surar Co ....
Plonctr Mill Co
Plnmar Mill Co. Alt
Walalua Acr. Co , ,
Waliuku Sutar Co
Walnanalo Sujrar Co ,
Walixa Mill Co
Wl dar StaafflthfB Ctt ..
l-tifliland : tt ira N Co
laallao EtacuicCo ..
Mutual itiapnonco .
Oahu Rv h. Land Co
raopit 1 tea at k ft co
Flrtt Natlreal Rxnk
FltllA.S Bank ft T. Co
HawallanOov $ par cant
Hllo R. R. Co. b rrrccnt
H1I0R. R.Co 6prcmt
cwa 1'iamai n o per cant
uatiu R ft LanJ to.pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c .
Olaa Plantation fi n e..
Walalua Airrlcul.6rc .
a 150 000
Sales 1.0 Oiiomea, $.'l.
V.ILLARD fi. BicOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchanec.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orden for the nurchMe or ule nftv-L-
ana bonds urefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. telephone 169,
FIRE J ar MARINE
MclNBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Office No. 307 Stannenwald btilldlcr.
Honolulu, T. H. P. O. box 667.
'Tol. 223 Main.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
TIiIh Ik what the-
tu KMntt 11H eiiKtomerM nlion
they liny aujthlnn in
STATIONERY, SCHOOL 8UPr
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 cent Papeterles cut to ioc
sscent Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent Papeterles cut to jsc
50 cent Tinted Papetles cut to
iAnrm nntt4m tnr ! mnniw than
was ever sold in these Islands I
316 Fort St.
All the New Ideas.
Blank books ot all eorts. Icdgere, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Thin Im what our Ktoek nrcacnts all
tho time-, hut e-HHclally now, with the
arrhal of 11 beautiful new stock of
WEATHERED OAK AND
8 feE BOARDS.
WHITE ENAMELED IRON
, INVALID TABLES.
Parlor Furniture' In latest denlma
ailanteit tu ever) tnte and every home,
J. HOPP fir CO.,
The Lending Furniture Dealer.
HART & qO.,
rBE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water'lces.
Chocolates and Confections.
ButilncttB Mnn's Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30 a.m, to a p.m
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovei
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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var : -tm .uu&o Akn .
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