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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. TUK8DAY, OCTOIIKIt 15, 1901.
The Kingof Natural Table Waters
A Natural 8pnrllln
Water bottled nt the
Zollhaim, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
watcrtt of the world by "The
Lu.ldon Lancet.' ThchlghcHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced while bakers 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 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies 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,
MAN AG I K.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder ml.ed with water only.
It Is being Uid 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 see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
LOCAL AM) GENERAL
nt oncp See- Want
One- of the n"atont nnd tipst managed
of shove tli.u has conm to Honolulu In
h lone time If the Ilarnaril company's
clreiin of varieties wlinio Initial per
formance- took place In tlio tent at thu
Kirnor of lllcliiirili and Hotel streets
lant night before a hotitw crowded with
enttiinluntli MiwtatnrH wlio, from thu
lx ginning to the- very end of tlio excel
lent performance re kept busy clap-
ilntc their hand and holding the It
Bvi-n a half hour beforn tho perform
ance, the )ioiih Wdh comfortably filled
and, a few mlnute later, tho manage
ment tm forced to nntimiucu no more
lenerwil Mat" Manager Kranlt riev
erley wis all about tbepltteo attending
to the propr wotlnK of his patrons
with n. zeal that I." could not have ex
cceded hid he l,en In IiIh own private
t'romptl) nt S odock, the perform
nii( began four jounr; acrobats did
some excellent orl. in tlio ring nnd
tlie-n iame Tapii Urn edurated New
Xiii'.iml liorfe that did various things
dematideii of lilm by IiIh master, Mr
llarnnril Tapu I undoubtedly the best
trained hurt" that hN ever conic to the
1a ivtlte Ktlic) it, n marvel. Her
whole bod Is Deitliliie but one bunch
of elmtlc material and slio seems to lie
nf i omfortabl' with both Ieg3 bent
nround "bTiekardfc and bci feet under
liei diln at, ulien she in reclining In
an e.iKj rbnlr rib" rnmbtnes with her
performance it gran that li not often
mii In contortionists.
While eaili number on the program
van excellent, certain ones are deserv
ing of pclal mention. Tho four trlik
dogi. Ie,l hr SKIpper n weo black-nnd
tan terrier are tli.-Msolve.B worth the
price of ndmlMdun Tho Wlngatr- Sis
teiH In thflr double trapeie act do soma
tiling that urn i-tartllng In their dar
ing The prforman -i of last evening
inmlmli-il t 1th a. mimical sketch en
titled I'm h Married Man Myself.
wliKh would bring shouts of laughter
fiom the mint dat The nketch was
ii iiHieriMj ami nanvern
NEW POTATO DISEASE
The Colorado i:xNirlinent Station
njK It ha r-e-oe-lvd c. nuniber of In
Hume irom poir.io grovers In v.v
you know the TRISTRAM OF
AUTHORS BLENT .
Ily Antlionj Hope.
'we have the CAPTAIN
By Nellsun (Stephens.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., .LTD.
I.aige furnished front room to let.
See Want roluinn.
Judge Kepolkat of the Kin- Claims
Commission Is still on .Maul
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 l'ort St.. $I.G0 per week up.
C .1 Hlltehlns of the I'll! Illc. Mutual
Is pxpeeted lionu the last of this
Q II. Ilerrey and family have gono
lo Wnlklkl to spend n e-otijilt- of
Tho little schooner Wnlalua brought
a load of scrap Iron from Knual this
David Ktituiteanliu was suorn ns
bailiff of the Pedertil Grand jur bo-
foro Judgii Kstee.
James 1 Morgan wus otic of tbn
Toderal petit Jurors excused )eiteidny
the ground bilng 111 bxaltb cirtintd by
Five shares of Wuliiltia sold on the
Htiiile Kxihnnui. toilas for r.2.".o. It
s sab therf w II be more "doing Inl
Wnlalua at nyiro fiivornble figures.
In the Police Court this forenoon. Ah
Hlng, charged with selling liquor with
out li license, was founit guilt) nnd
sentenced to ui a fine of $1!U0 nnd
Hastman kodaks nt twtnt) pel cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. Ilest printing and develop
ing ttoik In the lit) nnd nt the lowest
thill's has sunn thing new in tie
line of art noiiwiiu papers wlilch they
have on site at ustonlshlngly tow
prlns. Klnist papers eor sien In Ho
Ilev I' Iln.iriiian gave the senior
pupllx of St Louis College an Illustrat
ed brture this iiftrnoou nt I o'clock
on "lllotutlon" whlili the) hlgbl) ap
preciated. During tin- trip of tliM V. M C v.
Juniors on Tiintalus Satmd.i), the Imja
divided themseluti Intji two teams for
n game. of football which was pla)ed
at the ver) summit of the peak.
A native who was hound for Ha-
.vn 1 1 In the Klnau today, was anesU-d
bv Olllcir llliluirilsoii Just ns tho
tteamer was about to east off hi r lines
He Is under tin hinge of assault an5
K J IVhIii P'turiied fiom Maul In
thu Miiiiii.i l.o.i and took bis siat In
..ii' I'iro Claims Commission this mo
lug. Allhoiigh brought up on i in
Mr. Ttsta on this trln vImAimI l" moil
rlous heetlons of the Stat.- In regard J1"" m"'l'o'U tint Isnd uallukii
tj the falluie of th jK.tato crop In cor- f,M "'" ll,,, """'
lulu seasons Tin so fulluren seoni illf A iiiejrii- riuer mid one ol the ituliv
tluilt to explain. lnco tlieru Ik Unto cry wagons of tin Piinltur) KUiim
blight In evbleiice. and they occur with i Laundry rollldt d )eslerday nflernoou i
expeibneed growers us well as with ' "hout r:ll oiloik nt the (oiner of
otginners and on soil that would '"uan" """ ihmii stietts. thu
siem to In In u good Kti.tu of fertility laundry wngon born the number 7.1. No
In sunn- Instanced tho vims aru t.ald serious damage was done,
to luiVH made n luxuriant giowth and I Two wife-beaters -Kuhlna and I'n
rtinalntl gtem till late in tlio season, uio- were lined $10 and costs endi In
but whi ii digging tlln nimii tho tubers the Police Court this forenoon. In the,
win found to In muiSi under slu. In liuse or the former tho wire, who was
other lustiinc p a. largo growth of somewhat inlmer than when she
vines wero found to havo set an abnor-1 jwore out tho wariant, asked that her
Tin I mi tiini nf tut j.m... .. i. t l. r 1 1 . l. rT..l i i . .
-And wo nro receiving by ov--ery
steamer and sailing ves--sel
abundant and fresh sup--pile
-As well as tho usual staple
-lines. Our delivery s)stem
-Is perfect anil your order,
-whether telephoned or left
-personally, will reeoivo
-prompt and accurate, attention.
COLD IN THE BACK.
That's all. Mnvbu von'vo had It an)
thuuglit ou wero getting old, A RED
STAR PORUS' PLASTER tho most
iiirntlvu plaster inade-wlll llx It all
right. I.eavo It on a low days.
cruteh for lunie bulks Two for -
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Had lohls aro plentiful. Hero's 'i
cuio, but tnko it In time -PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT taki.'
right hold of a cough seems to go
straight to tho seat of trouble. On'
doso gives relief. Pleasant to lal -25c
and .'Or bottles.
These ho' days aru productive, nt
headaches. There Isn't an) n uein
why )ou should suhVr when you can
get a speedy uud snfo cuieHn taking
uiio of thu famous HEAD-EASE po'v
dcrs. Tills is the most popular roine
d) In these Islands; 25c box of twel.'o
mal number of tillers which fulled to
At Mist thought it would seem tliut
some of the el, mints nutessary to the
growth of the potato plants wcro lurk
ing in the soil, and this may bo truu In
seme Instances, but It will not explain
all the failures. Certain fungi or
plant diseases have been lound to bo
abundant oi. thu potatoes In various
parts of the stnte. which may havo
something to do In nrodiiclnir thone
auditions. One of I lie diseases has
ieii known lu America as a notatn
dUenso less than u )tnr. though It bus
undoubtedly been present In our po
mui nem lor n long lime, in i;uropu It
U (onsldered to bo ono'of tho most in
structive )tnto diseases. Tim fungi
does not (online lib nttuck to potatoes
alone but is found in n groat vuiietv
of plants Including ulfliu, clover uud
The dleaie attacks tho potato plant
just ncio'v ground, cutting orr free
biisbniul be ii prlniimili d. Judgii Wif
mx answered: " will reprimaml )ou
to the extent of $! mid tosts."
Tlio miinagemeut of tho llaruard
Conuianv's i Irtus bus thu thankx ot
the Press for tho kindness shown bv I
setting aside a dumi or moro of t lit. f
""i rwitn in iuu IIUU9U llil IIIU Mf ill
the members and ladies they may tnko
with them. Tie- outsldu work and all
the arrangements are iu the hands of
t'liuik lloverlo). thu ellkleul mnniger.
.lames T Slacker, t-illtur of the Hn-
wnli Herald, rotiirin.il to Hllo In the'
Klniiu toilii) lit has ull manner of
onHdlmcniar) things to sa) about ',
Judgu KstiH who rciognlzlug tho ns
ccsslty of the editor's pitscniu In Hllo. I
cxnihul hi in fiom serving on tho J'mI-,
eral tlrand Jury.
Tliere was a lot of exillement ill tho j
corner of Nuuanu nnd Kuknl streets)
t about ft III o cluck yestuid.i) nltei I
noon. A numb) r ol Chinamen wont!
KinniuiiUntlon between follngo and
tuners In oxtiimo nise tho plunts calling on the pollen, and others weru
iiiii) be killed, and inticn of tno so call blowing police whistles. Tim cause- of
h. may & coHobronDrugCo
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tell. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
I'ORT AND KINO
All the New Ideas
'this Is what our stcs k pn-sents ull
tho time, but especially now, with tho
nrilval of a beai)tlful new stock of
WEATHERED OAK AND
WHITE ENAMELED IRON
Parlor Kurnitmn In latest designs
.adapt oil to nvory tustuaud uver) home.
il. HOPP & CO.,
The Lending Furniture DeulcrH.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sti.
. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streeta, Honolulu.
ed late blight or earlv ripening of tho
vines may bo unu to. this cllseaso.
Th fungus lives over winter on tho
ttcms and tubrs ot tho potato, and
on various other plants, Tho fungus
udnues to the tubers iu tho form of
dark patches which rsuinblo bits of
soil and which vary In size from that
of a mere speck to areas a half-lncn
or more In dlaimtur .ho fungus does
not Injure th. pi.tutoes directly, but
It di tracts from the appearance of tho
tubers when offered for sale. Hut the
the Important, point is that when Infee t-
ed pjtutoes aro planted tlio fungus Is
planted with intni, und thus thu dis
ease Is propngati'd )enr after year.
The fact. that tho fungus attacks the
loots of alfi.lla complicates thu treat
mint, since ajfalfn is commnnl) used
In tho rotation of crops. If potatoes
free fiom thu disease aro planted on
land which has been in ulfntia within
two )cais tho chnnces aro thnt tho
ei op will bo affe'eted, providing there
has bee n any fungus on the nlfulfa
plants The length ol tho time that
the fungus will live in tho soil Is not
krown, Clcrman authorities statu that
It will pensist for nt least three yess.
Neither bus tho kind of rrop which
should be grown on infected land to
stano the fungus been dodnltel) do
termlund however, It is not k no mi tn
mtiiik our common torenl crops.
It Is too early th n commend a line
of tient'nent to ovorcomo tho ahovo
coudltloiiB since tho tauso of the trou
'ile Is not positively known, but potato
eiciweis who havo been troubled In
lb! wn) mr.y rind It profitable to take
jertaln sanitary precautions, such
measures consist In planting potatoes
on kind on which potatoes, beets, alfnl
fa or iMove-r have not been grown for
the disturbance could not be learned
The gang soon broke- up nnd, no police
man arriving on the scene, the e-xiltu
Judge Gilbert r Lltlb; returned tn
Hllo In the Klnau todu after a stay
of about two mouths In thu ill). Judgo
Little stated In fore leaving that hu bud
spent all kinds of a tine time lu the c ity
and that he had eiijn)ed tverj minute
of his stay. However, he was glad to
be going back to bis old. stamping
funis P. laiike-a, manager of Hale
lua hotel, Wnlalua. sa)s he can tell
while lining his telephone every Unit,
an cl.Ttrle car stops and starts iu Ho
nolulu. With tho new rabies the Mu
tual Telephone is putting up tbeie will
he an end lo induction. Cach cable
contains iio i upper wires Insulated In
pairs, the whole packed In a thick lead
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
The absent nilndedliess of Dr. Allied
Umersoii. tho archaeologist, lormerl)
' tho .Johns Hopkins University, and
who is now nhioad making a collection
of nutjiiultlos Tor tho museum of the
UulUTslty of Cullfiirniu, Is well known
among his Baltimore friends. Tim
uicmiornble occasion when booked for
a public lecture at tho Hopkins he let
tils audience wait In gAastl) suspense
wlille ho, ull iiuconsclouj of tho on
giigument, wus found IiiibII) emplo)ed
unpacking u box of totts, will long be
rcmemberi'd. His nircdiM) adjusting
a fresh eollai over una already on, his
going to the station und forgetting to
tfikc-'hls train Ae historic lu uulvcrulli
". '"I."?:.'" ' ":" " .".".;" W. but It reiffiilns for bis friend n, I
ul i" wn ntjii j'uin, timi iMPtnujn Hint , , . i . -, ----- ""-. -
are free from disease) sncHild be used ' ' llt',""'r: ','"")1' riiatelicr ClarK of
lor planting. If tlieru Is reason to
si.spect that tho seed potatoes uio In
lected vvith fungi, they may be tn-ited
v. tt It eorroslvo subllmato or formalin.,
as Is recommended for potato scab.
With tho remembrance ot what Col
rnailo sent us In thu potato bug, ths
spread of this disease will bo wiitchpd
villi Intere-st by pcitnto growers. It
rut) bee i.mi! us widely spread and us
l.ui mf ill ns tbo uvorlasMng and never
llilni. bug tnat hiiH milled 21 per cent
to the cost of growing the potuto
"Young Mr. Dwndles bus
verv industrious sinca b iltcided to own
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and typewriting.
Second floor Cllte lllds- Hotel St.
At offlcu U to 3:45, Tel. Main 7c!.
At house evenings; Tel. Ulue 2011.
CO into business. Ilia olllco hums urn
from K n m. to 6 p. m." "'fi," answer
ed flit- f tmmii), "I iindurslund that
be has bad to raise his olllio boy's
tbo llritlsh museum, to tell the follow
ing story: The pair wito en routu to
niuke homo Important excavations, und
had reached southern Kmope, when
1)1. i:meison appeared with nn Indig
nant face and a lettei fiom Ameilca In
Ids hand. Hu eVplaltied that the let
ter was from one of his several broth
eis, accusing hi in or having absent
Itiiniledl) carried off several shirts be
longing lo the brother when nturtlng
nlro.nl. "To prove how bascl) false
unu unjust his suspicions are ' said
the troubled doctor "I will get ull my
Biiiiisuiiu spreiiu lliem out heron )ou.
nnd scu if you cun find u single ouo
bucome 'bnrlng nu Inlllil olhei than my
Tin shirts, eleven In iiumbur.
ON THESE WE LEAD
IIUYK A PAItt
A Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
A Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
flNERNY SHOE STORE
Best Prices and Quantities .Ever Given.
I his is .in event of marked intcrc-l to huyers of pretty
matetlals, which it w II pay you to t Ue mlvantape of ou
need them anyway you pay full prlc for the sime matc-r-ia
s usually, why nut but tne-tn durn the sale.
BUDGET OF REDUCTIONS:
:'Oc Hotted Dimities, to suit .
mi) taste 10 c
'.pu Imported .Vliidias at...12c
2.V-. and 'Juc. Imported Clio-
vlots nt 16Jc
2ue. Klgnre-d Orcss Sateens
at IS c
S.'.i t'otton and W'ckiI Chnl-
lies at 16Jc
line. I'lnk Dimities, whitu
dots, at 12 jc
i'Oo pieces of strlpe-d and
llgiireil laiwns und
Dimities, Inste ad of
'.'lie It: tt uud lFt .all
go at 10 c
Ifclfast Dlmitle-s reduced
irom '.Te and SOc.
to 15 c
'joe. Kngllsb nimllles nt . 16jc
SALE WILL GO ON UNTIL NOV. 1st,
during which time we will allow- a Reduction on Cash
5nles ot in per cent. In All Departments. ...
GOODS t)lil.lVI:Kl:l l;RI;R TO ANY I'ART OF rill: CI IT
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
V TSSi SMji
te , II Snol My
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
AQENT8 FOR ,
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO of To
ronto Office Stangenwald Bldg., Mer
HONOLULU 8TOCK HXCHANGE
Honnlulu, October 15, ipoi
N'Mt; nt- STnrv 1 Cipttji
f Mfwff A Com rm
US cichsDG CulM
L.H. Ktrr & Lo, LtJ
Ha4iin uom & Su Cr
Hnnomu upar Co
Hakii Sugar Co
Kahuku Hunutlrm Co
IClvtttula Sugar Co
Koloa Sutar Co
Kona NJirai C
McHndeSuCo ,LJ,a. i,oit.
tlu .1 60,
0hu5uear Co, j6-.oeo
''oVata Supf Plan C '
Aa Su Ci , LtJ . as I6)ko
) SjCoLtJ piur a '
OlollU Company .rr-4 l5o
PaauhuSu Plan Co j(w.o"i
Pacific -ucar Milt 5noo.l
Hiantatlon Co tjo.ocx
rfppkro upaf Co 7W
Ptonrr Mill Co . atiootv
Vl',rt Mill C'i Aim joooio,
AaialuaAicr Co, i yt,vi,
Aaiiuku bui-jf Co roo,v I
trValminalo Sueai Co 'J.
Valroea Mill Co ttf vr
V Jrr Steamship Co I
"ifi-ItanJ 't m N Co!
tailan Lecuic Cu (
rldn RarliTAr taniCol
Mutual Tlrhon Lo
JihuRyAt Land Co
Pcoplt let & K 1 1 Co
Flfbt Nalirnal Brk
H11IA S Hink&T.Co ....
ljatlirOrtv (rcn ,
Hllo W R (,u. orcrnt ....
Mo M, R.Co 6fnrni . ..
Ion. p 1 Otmlt I
ta Plantii n 6 tt rent' . . . ,
hu R 8t Lani Lo. nt t,
Oahu Plantation 6 pc ..,
O'aa Plantation 6 PC.
aiaiu4 rtgntui ere
Hnli-H- 5 Wnlalua U.i".f).
Dhlili-nilx Teiilas tiolenla 1 nor
ce'lit, lliiwnlliiii AKriuultiinil Co., 2 1-2
piree-nt, t) It k I.. Co u'l re-nts
V ILLARI) H. HPOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugat Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange;
Stock and Bond Broker
Mimber of Honolulu Slock Exchange
OrJ-r tor the purchie or sa'e of stcxki
FIRE VJ. "lf MARINE
McllNBRlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
GruunJ Floor. JuJJ HullJlnt.
Postoflicr Bo 300. lelcphone 169.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL E8TATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Dlllrei No. II'IT HttiDKuiiwitlil bulldlnt
II111111I11I11, T. II. I'. ). Vox 607.
T.'I. H3 Main.
vro iiruilticiMl. ami riiimtoriiutlini Ml
lce-il wlie-ii llu-y w(re rmillil til Im vu
tloiiHh lalirlli-il Aitlmr llalv. 0, Ilmui'
em, II. i:niiTnon, I, 7. N, K I' In
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDt
TIiIb Ih uhut tliei
Ih kUIiii; h I'lixtiiiiiiTK wIr'h
the') lni unlliltiK In
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
zocrnt Papctenei cut to 10c
25 cent pjpetrrle cut to 15c
50 cent Papetere cut to )5c
jocent Tinted Papelles cut lo
More goods for lets money than
was ever sold In these Island?
816 Fort St.
A CASH CLEARING SALE OF
SILKS AND SATINS ! ! ! !
FOR ONE WEEK
Japanese Silks, plain colors, heavy wslflht. reduced from 50c to 35c yard
Japanese Silks, plaids and stripes, heavy weight, reduced
,rom 50c to 25c yard
Japanese Silks, shot, heavy weight, reduced from 65c to 45c yard
Taffeta' Silks, colors and black, reduced from $1 to 5c yard
reduced, from .$4,00 to $3.00 yard
reduced from $3.50 to $2.50 yard
reduced from .$2.50 to $2 00 yard
reduced from $2 00 to $1.50 yard'
reduced from $1.50 to $1.00 yard
Handsome Brocaded Silks
Handsome Brocaded Silks
Handsome Brocaded Silks
Handsome Brocided Silks
Handsome Brocaded Silks
Colored Satins from 25c a yard up.
wr.m for Huvlu? nil that 'linn In mil fait, all uxieipt two, them- hcailug no
ineiiii him Mr. iiwniiin nun jiiht Kiimt louui ut nil and liicbiimuiil) in, i;mer
nut but uuiild tin In at 11 'icloelc next .suti'u. hum IhIIIuIh nthor thnu IiIb own.
mornlug." Waxblngton Star. I Baltimore- t?un.
Ulank books ot all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by tbs Uullctlt. Publish
E. W. Jordan
MO. 10 KTOKK.