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'Xmrnk" '...... 1 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY, OCT, 19. ul.
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IT PAYS TO BUY FROM
EHLERS k Co.
Bemuse joit get full value for your money eery time. "Holiest (
xoods at honcut prices" In our motto. If you need any of tho
articles advertised, drop Into our store.
MEN'S IRISH LINEN LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS !
Imported by us direct from Ireland. They arc fine quality, hem- '
ditched, and have Initials worked In the corner. Any I
Initial ou wliti, ,
THE PRICE 18 50e EACH or $5.75 PER DOZEN. ,
Made of fine, soft-finish MailniH.
Splendid finish. $2 per pilr.
with short Bleee, extra quality,
SAMPSON SUSPENDERS FOR BOYS
These BUSpcnderu are In great demand on tho Mainland. They
are fo i-onstructeil as to keep tl hoy from gettlnR round
shouldered, and ate very comfortable.
ALL SIZES FROM 4 to 14 YEARS, 50c and 75c.
B. R. EHLERS & CO., Fort St.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully nil over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron rook, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
Knlvc for the loyH. The ioiikIi
and ready Mud. v. Iili keen edKex. Alho
dainty little two-bladed ones for my
lady's urltlnK desk. Hclssors, all
sizes, and of the fuirious Stlllctn liratid.
The coniplcti'iii'HH of our lines Is a
sotnvH of pride.
The rebuilt Alameda after a trip of
nearly seven days arrived from 8au.
Krancl'o thlt morning with sixty-one'
cnbln and seventy steerage passonRers,!
a lilt; mail and all tho freight she
could c.irry. From the time she, sailed
until nrrUal here the finest kind of
weather was cxpirlcoced and had the
bo.it had a competent crew In the lire
room she would have arrived yesterday
Since tho termination of tbo strike
In S.in Kran Isco the Oceanic Steam
ship Co. .has refused to employ any
but non-union men The firemen and
coal passers on tho Aiameda are all
Japanese and utterly failed In every re
spect to live up to the work expected
of them. They could not pang coal,
keep up the flres or get tho ashes out
of the way. As a result the deck hands
were compelled to get Into tho fire
room and stuke hold to help out.
The decision of the company not to
take union men way a surprise to
many who thought that as tho strlko
was over everything would go on as
before. Union men wro refused work
point blank and many of tuy men wuo
did get position aboard tho vessel had
to deny their nlhiiutlon with tho or
ganisation before they would bo taken.
The Alameda Is not greatly changed
In appearance. She has a new upper
deck and Is resplendant with new paint
varnish and upholstery. All the, ofll
ters havn brand new uniforms and
moM of the former officers returned In
thi Alameda tliU morning In com
ing Into th harbor the vesiel was no
ticed to havn a considerable list to
starboard. This with a tremendous
deck load of fruit and vegetables gavo
her the appearance of b"ing top heavy.
As i-oon at people wero permitted
aboard, the vessel was thronged with
m.iti.v of the uaterfroutern anxious to
see the Improvements made during the
WsvIV long tay In the workmen's
hands. She was Inspected from bridge
to keelson and much satisfaction ex
pensed at to the hanges made. The
vessel's engines Instead of being com
pound are now triple expansion and
with her 'new boilers are capable of
driving her at a rate of about sixteen
and three-quarter knots an hour. Her
cold storage accommodation have
been greatly enlarged und Improved
and when In good wo.klng order will
give grat Mtlfi.Ulon. Thn first
night out from San Francisco the ves
sel's Ice maihlne broke down and a
delay of tlir. hours wai the result.
The officers of the Alameda are: C.
P. Ilerrlman .ommander; .1. .1.
Koughan. chief ollicer, W. lingers, 2d
ofllccr: It CatiBbrll 3d officer; C Mor
gan, chief engine..: j riynn, Isi asst.
engineer: X. IJulrii,. I'd asst, engineer;
Thus. O. Smith, purser; .1 A. Nelson
hutgeou. (I X Clark, chief steward.
They ar all disappointed with the
Bhonlng mid on the Initial trip of the
vfssel and feel sure that with proper
men In th fiferoom and the machin
ery smoothed down the vessel will
make a. reputation for herself as a
fast boat that, will bo thn envy of the
other steamers of the line.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
-And we are receiving by ev
-cry' steamer and sailing yes--sel
abundant and fresh sup--plies
-As well as the usual staple
-lines. Our delivery system
-Is perfect and your order.
-whether telephoned or left
-personally. will receive
-prompt and uccuratu attention.
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST,
Tel. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
ate everywhere the sourccH of the
highest attainable happiness, and the
greatest beuuty or al. Is that of the
healthy, hearty, robust person.
A Wineglass of
three times n day, at meals', with
pmhups one nt bed-time, will give you
that bounding, Jojous health and sweet
sleep that nature Intended you to en-Joy.
Itememlier the name R-O-Y-A-L
M-AL-T E-X-T.R-A C T and do not
let jourself be tempted to try another
claimed "Just lis good," hut get the
best the Kind made? from bailey, con
taining all tho good finalities found In
this nutritious, strengthening, food
Hobron Drug Co
POHT AND KINO
The llawallkn Hotel Annex, Wulklkl,
la now In charge of Mr. and MrB. Al-
verson For many yearn Mr. Alvei
Min ha' ben connected with Lake Tu-
hoe hotels. He is particularly well
known to many Houululu residents
who have sojourned nt Lake Tahoe.
lie Is now prupiletor of thu Hockway
hole) nt that famous watering place
while his brother-in-law runs the Tal
lin house there Mr. Alversou Is an
expeiiem-eil hotel keeper. Ills hoiiae
Is cloM'd during tho winter, enabling
him to take charge of the Annex here
for ihei-e six months.
1 AMEER IS DEM)
London, Oct. 7. A news, agency
publishes the following dispatch from
Simla, dated tilth evening: liablb
Oullah Khan, eldest son of thu Ameer
of Afghanistan, bus reported to the
Ililtlsh agent at Cubul that tho Ameer
died last Thursday utter a brief III
A illspaeh to the Associated 1'iess
from Simla ayt the Ameer was talvm
seilously 111 September 28tb. Hahlb
Oullah Khan, October 2d, asked nt a
dlinbar that public prayers bo offered
for the Ameer. In the morning of Oc
tuber .Id liablb Oullah Khan announc
ed that his father had expired at 3
o'clock that morning. Nothing Is
Upown of the statu of affaire at Cabul,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Derrey's oulcc, 33 Campbell bid.
As a builder of strength and health
l'rlino lleer Is tmequaled.
If you want n home, consult Cast hi
A Lausdale, Sec ad lu this Issue.
(ieo, llaffner, the Jeweler, has re
moved to No. 111,1, Masonic Temple.
A. 11. this office wants to rent roomi
with hoard, etc. Sco Classified column.
(lo tomorrow und see the tlonrdmnn
lots. See Will K. Fisher's ad. In this
Issue In reference to price, etc.
Furniture for the First National
iiank Is being placed In Its new of
fices In Mclntyre block corner.
Kxcavatlong arc being made by the
Honolulu llrewery and soil Is offered
free of charge to all who want It.
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., are now
having their first annual clearance sale
and are selling good cigars for little
The house on Fort stret near Vine
yard now occupied by H. 11. Williams
Is for rent, See To let column on
Notice Is published In this Issue by
Union Feed l o. to the effeft that Mr.
U. It. Frlel Is no ninger emplovcd by
Kxtruordlnary terms nro offered to
puiiluisers of propetly In tho
Schmidt central block. Sie ud. In
Two more Porto Itlinti vagrants were
sent to (Mill Jail for u two months'
trip by Judge Wilcox In the Colli e
Court this forenoon.
The stock and good will of Hen
Uuerrero, the grocer on Miller stiect
Is offered for sale by II, F. Lewis of
Lewis & Co. See ad under New Today.
Hastmnn kodaks at twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu Photc
Supply Co. Hist printing and develop
Ing work in the ilty and nt the lowest
Note the change In the announce
ment of K, W. Jordan Xo. (i store on
Fort street, lu todaj's Issue, whereby
be will Inaugurate next Monday a cash
' Clerk Milling of the Federal Coillt
received a letter from II) run K. Ilalrd,
son of the District Attorney, saying
his father bad. greatly improved on the
trip and, after spending n few dnvs lu
Sun Francisco, had proceeded to Colo
Hatch v Sllllman for defendant oh
jeet to eertnlu Intenogatorles pro
pounded to A. 12. Augustine In tin
latter's action for damages ugiilusi
the Oceanic Steamship Co., on tin
ground that the ipiestlons are lending
Al the Church of thu Sacred Hear
lar(uesvllte (Piinuhoii), tomorrow,
'he Iweiiij-llrst Sunday after Penticos
at It it. in. high muss with sermou am
olleelbin. us usual. At .1 p. in. evenlui.
Captain Walker appealed froti
Judgment on nssumpslt lu favor of W
tl. Smith In tho Honolulu TXsrtlc
Court for 153 and costs. Jury belni
waived, Judge (Jear tried the case un(
awarded the plalm..i $20 and the costs
taxed at JS.7',, plus attorney's costs
to bo taxed.
A petition to hove (leorge Sen up
pointed us bailiff of the Supreme Com
Is being generally signed by the uttcir
nejs. Deputy Sheriff Albert Mitlun
who Is acting In that capacity at tie
liresent time, has duties to perform a
the police station.
The cafe on Hotel steret fcirnierli
comlui'tcd by Mis. Klemme, has passci
iito new bunds, and will bu conducted
as the "California l.utieii and Oystc,
House," by (ieo. Muvllcld. A leauri
will be made of breakfast and nonnila;
utii'lies mid borne made pastry,
A Japanese huckniun appeared befur
Judge Wilcox this forenoon on th.
'hurge of leaving his horse untied I,
he street. The fellow said hu route
not lead the hack regulations, Juilgi
iVIIeox theicupoii told Mill th.lt Wat
his misfortune and fined him $ 10 am
Judgment was entered this uiorulnr
in favor of II. liackfeld & Co.. Ltd.
igalnst K. Ito of llumou, .Maul, foi
.i' .j anu co.-us on account oi goour
-cold und money louued. 'I ho suit win
brought for the November term, bu'
defendant made default of answering
Dcut Sheriff Wlttroek could not Unci
the defendant and returned the sum
nions as served on his wife.
J. Alfred i.lugoon has tiled an ufll
davit rcgaidlug tho petition of T. Mi
Cants Slowurt for uu order of eour1
requiring "lagoon or F. Wumlenberg
to pay Stewart 1 1 00 us attorney roi
Thos. II. CuinmliigH. Deponent ills
claims his own lespouslbllit) In the
mutter und asserts that Cummlngs will
have largo sums of inoiiuv coming to
htm. so that If anything Is legally due
by him to Stewart It may bo collected
by ordinary proceedings at luw.
GERMANS IN A FIGHT
The Right Thing
Tbui's what the iron bedstead Is In
Honolulu. We have a very pietly as
sortment of them at the piesellt time,
the prices of which nro low.
Soma are white, enameled with brass
trimmings, making a handsome piece
of furniture. Thi'BO Iron beds have
many advantages over others which
wo will be pleased to explain to ou
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dcalcrtt,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen St.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor, Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THI6 SPACfc RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and typewriting.
Second floor Kllto Hldg., Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 70.
At bouee evenings; Tel. Ulue 611.
I'ou of Spam, Trinidad, Oct. In.
The lliitish rojal mail steamer Kdn--aril
ed here toJtv from Ln Uuuvra
Velieuelu, and brought tho follow Inr
Last Sunc'.av night alter fifty sailor
If ruin the iiermau cruiser Vinetn be
Cuiiie engaged lu u street row nt Port
Cubella witn tbo local populace, police
In civilian clothet. Interlered. siding
with the inhabitants and the fight be
came general the Ourmana making
tin lr way toward the wharf, wucrv
they boarded the (leimati steamer V
Ubln. moored at that placn.
AGENT r BEBB HERE.
I.. K P.eb., representing the lllobe
Navigation Company of beattle, ar
lived in thu Alumedn this morning,
lie will remain here some time until
the' new line it put upon a fir in 1ms, t
In these Mamls. The tirst of thu new
steamers the Meteor, left Seattle op
tbo Mth Inst, for this, port and Is duo
here new nt any time.
Cold Htorage Plllkln.
ll the breaking or ono of tho am
nioula ptprB In tho Alameda's con! stor
ago plant em the voyogo a serious ac
cldent was nmrly tho result. Tl
first assistant inglneer narrowly e
cuped with his life when tho pip
burst, and considers he was lucky tr
escape) serious Injury,
Most of the lolds orago cargo woe
entirely ruined anil had to bu throwr
8AILOR WANTS DI8CHAROU.
Two vesse-U now here oru having
trouble with their crews. The) are
he baikentlues dune L. Stuuford ami
the Itobeit Sudden, l'lvu ot the Stan
ford's i.ti'W wish to bu paid off ut till
port and tho entire crew of tho Sudden
.vaut their discharge. The matter ol
the ellschuiges is now In the bauds ol
the .Culteil Stutes District Attorney
uud he will give a decision today. The
Stanford arrived vesti'nlay from New
castle unci Is going to lathulna. The
Sudden urrlved several davs ago from
ho same place aud as nulsbud ilia
OLAA ALL PAID UP.
An auction bale of delinquent sugar
Hock was to have been Field today at
the office of the Olaa Sugar Co. In the
'.tuugenwiild building, thu same being
he, l&tu usstfsmcnl delinquent Sep
ember HOth, hut long before the hour
if sale out of a tr.tal assessment of
"S,U00. there remained but I'i.KO that
HCHEI1PUR IK CAPTUKKD.
Lundnn, Oct, 1?, txjrd Kitchener re-
orts to the War Office from Pretoria
nder today's date tnnt tlcnerul
rrench's coluinns have captured Coin-
nandant Sihuepcr, but does not state
vhether Scheepers coiumnndo, which
'las been active In Cape Colony, wue
aplured or not. The llrltlsh have been
'n pursuit for a couple of weeks
'cheeper himself was so III that he was
pbllged to travel la a buggy.
CLINCH - THE - 8UCCE88
of projperlty, we positively know that
our new styles of FOOTWBAK will
,it!fv tlie mot feiteJIou fer the
n.ip, style, stock and shoe maklnR are
a gooj a money can buy .invvv here.
DROP IN AND Itt: CONVINCIil).
MCIIIERNY SHOE STORE
AKIiNTS h'Olt FIANAN'8 8IIOI.K.
Best Prices and Quantities Ever Given.
1 his, is an event of marked Interest to huyers of pretty
materials, which it will pay you to take nilvatitape of. You
need them anyway, you pay full prices for the same mater
la s ip-ually, why not buy them during the sale.
BUDGET OF REDUCTIONS:
Oc. Dotted Dimities, to suit
any tnstu 10 c
t!ic. Imported Madras at...12Jc
25c unci "'c. Imported Che
viots at 16jc
!."e. Figured Dress Sateens
at 15 e
ISe. Cotton and Wool Chnl-
lies nt 161c
.'('if. Fink Dimities, whito
dots, at 12'c
20o pieces of striped and
figured Lawns and
Dimities, Instend of
Mu.. 16)e and 15c., all
go at 10 c
Helfast Dimities reduced
i rum :!at-. and 20c.
IIO 13 C
'Jfic. Kngllsh DimltieH at ..16Jc
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
PI RE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
Office Stangenwald Blda., Mar
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 19, tjot
KVME OF STOCK
r Bf.wM ft CmDinv . t.n.vtf
H.S StcMDO.Co.L't (wm
L.B. Ktrt It Co., Ltl . . 100.0 .
Ewt plantation Co
H.mna Plantation Co
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co.l
Hawaiian SuKar Co ...1
Honomu Su2af Co
Honkaa Sugar Co I
Haiku Sutar Co
KahuVu Plantation Co
Kl,ahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sutar Co. .
Kona Su?ar Co.. aa
' od vp 1
O.tiu Surar Co ,
tiomea Sugar Co . .
ekala Sugar Plan C
In Su. Co . 111., ai I
Jl.a StiCo.LeJ. rJuol
i-aaunau u. rian. 1.0
Pacific Sutar Atlll
Pala Plantation Co
Pf peko Sugar Co
Plonwr Mill Co
l'l,,nfr Mill Co Mtt
wiibi Arr. Co..
Walmanalo Sugai Co
Walnea Mill Co ,
Wl dtr SlramlMn Co
,faallan b'ectrlcCn .
Oahu Rv ft Land To
caoplt let c K It Col
Flrit KatiMial Rink
Fir it A. S BmkftT.Coi
Hawaiian U v orctnt
HlloH R Co.C.r"(it;
niioK K.co. opcne
Ion. sapll rr.nMt . ..
Ewa Ptantal'n 6 rtf cant
OaSu Rft Un4Co.prc
vyanu ,-ianiation ope
Otaa Plantation o p c.
Walalua Agrlcul, 6 p (
t oojoaui tc
$00 0017, lt
fl.tOCUt , tcr
SALE WILL GO ON UNTIL NOV. 1st,
during which time we will allow a Reduction on Cash
Sales of 10 per cent, in All Departments. -
GOODS DUI.IVI-KiiO FREE TO ANY PART OH THE CITY
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
QLIINTOIN J. HUTCH INS,
V.ILLARD E. BrtOWN.
Halstead & Co.,
on Suga. Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
r V niT
kfjuiipinwt J , Jp
FIRE XJV -!2r MARINE
McltNERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock ExchiDg?
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocVi
ina t ondj carefully and promrtly extcuttd.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box )oo. I elephone 169.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL E8TATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Oftlco No. 307 StunKcnwuld bulUtnc
Honolulu, T. Fl. I. O. box 6C7.
Tel. 223 lluln.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
TIiIh Ir wtint tlio
Ik Klvlim iih cMihtnmi'nc wlicn
tlii')' buy unjtliluK In
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP.
PLIE8 AND BLANK B00K8.
zo cent l'apeterle cut to 10c
55 cent Papeterles cut lo 15c
50 cent Papeterles cut to jsc
50 Crnt Tinted I'apetlev cut to
More goods for lest money than
was ever sold In these Islands
316 Fort St.
Wank books of ull sorU. lodger, etc
"neifactured by the llullellt Publish
I . .. 1. 1 .. I. im
and : : : :
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I offer tho ilanilfomehl Goods ever nhciwii, tut followa:
Kmhrulilered Silk Chiffon Hi.. (Jre
redurcMl from $4.50 to $3.50 a yard , re'dnerd from 1.00 to .75 a yar
KinhrolilHriMl Silk Chiffon .Sntln Applique
ri'iliire-il from 9.00 to 6.50 a yard , reiluced from 8.50 to 5.00 a yar
M-lnrli wide" Stilln ritrlpi'il Hllk (Jauie I'liffed Silk Mull
ri'ilui'Pil from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard rvilurvd from 3.50 to 2.50 a yar
KlnKlo wliltli Clii'iillle Hpot Silk tluuze Hlblmn Chlfton
ri'ilun-il from 1.25 to 1.00 a yard j reduced from 2.50 to 2.00 a yar
Kmlirulclerecl Silk Net Colored Hllk HrenHqine
reiluced from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard ' reiluced from 1.00 to .75 a yar
Vhllit I nine Inn! h Hplenillil rk'n nnle of SILKS AND SATIN8, I In
tend to continue the mile nt the reduced prices, limine; OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES. PATTERNS and COLORS to offer ou, At.
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 RTOKH.