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Buggies and Carriages
FOR STYLE, COMFORT
c - AND DURABILITY
BEST - THE - WORLD - OVER
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons (or ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
TWO TELEPHONES 240
Wo will give, every ludy
who Is not nlrcady acquaint
ed with tho cxcellcneo of S.
& W. goods n ehanco to be
come familiar with tho label
anil tho quality of this pop
ular brand. Our exhibition
at tho Merchants' Fair will
bo very attractive. Don't
fall to eco It, and after '.his
always obIc for S. & W.
goods you will be glad of II.
H. May & Go,,
The Popular Grocery Store.
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 008-510 Stangenwald Dldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
H. HackfeidjS Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Ourtn Strenta. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of'
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINO STREET.
The , TT
Note the choice we otter
the four best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
See our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Sate Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 563: Te) Blue 71; Rood
a, SpreckeJs BulldlLf.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
NAMES OF NEW WARSHIPS.
Washington, July 18. Tho Navy De
partment announced today that the
two battleships to be built under the
authority of the las naval appropila-
tlon bill nio to be named the Louisiana
and the Connecticut, and thu two cruis
ers tho Tennessee an dtho Washing
ton. The battleship to he built at the
New Yoik jard will bo tho Connecti
cut. The two tugs authorized by lin
net aro to bo built ono at tho Mnre
Island vnrd and the other nt Huston.
Admiral Howies has prepared an
elaboiate plan for keeping tho ac
counts In connection with the cost of
the Ciinneetliut In order that when she
Is finished comparisons may bo made
between the respective cost of building
ships In Government and private vaids.
PEACEFUL REVOLT BY
PRINCE CHUN MAKINSTOUR WITH
NEW MINISTER TO WASHING
TRIP TO THE STATES.
New York. July l Prince Chun of
the Imperial faml!) tf hlun, toi Dila
tion cnvo) to i.ofidon aid his ptlncliui
tccrftniy, l.lang Chen T'ing, tio new
ly appointed Chinese Minuter at Wnsh
Ington, who are ma,..r.g n thorough In
spti tlon of the educational )stcni, civil
nnil mllltnry. of France have visited
the military school nt 2t Cr. nays u
Paris dispatch to the T'Oninc.
l.lang Chm Tung, wao studied nt
I'll IlIIiis Academy. Andovr, fiom 1877
to 1881, under Proftsior Hutu rod. li
delighted nt. his appointment to the
country whirc he hat o many friends
He sajs that the vodge of Ptlncc
Chen Is of great slinifl'fncc. as It li
the first time In th history of China a
prince of the reigning bjiise has ever
visited foreign countrltt and acquired
foreign languages. LIpdc Chen fhk
this Indicates a decision tonipletel) to
revolutionize the present education
sjslem of China and hritig It up t".
date. In fact, he declare, the Chinese
Government has alitady undertaken
educational reform on a large scale.
When questioned on the present situ
ation In China Liang Chen said that,
owing to the fjesh taxation Imposed tn
raise money throughout the country for
the foreign Indemnity, revolts and
fanatical uprisings already had occur
red and were likely to become general.
The outlook he ccnMdercd very
Prince Chin and Liang Chen will In
spect schools and colli ges until they
sail for Cherbourg on 'uly 2(5 for New
York on the Philadelphia. Thc Intend
to pass one week in thi ""astern States
visiting Washington. Wtst Point and
Annapolis and probably Harvard. Yin
and Princeton before iisumlng their
THE PEOPLE BESTOW
(Continued fr'in Togo 1 )
fruit demonstrate whi t ou be done on
Hawaiian soli evtn ' u the lower lev
els. An exhibit of silk cocoons Is anoth
er mot Interesting 'tature. In this,
even the eggs of 'he sllltwoini ate
The I.oiileson Bret but, of Hawaii,
diserve a gnat dial il credit for their
exhibit of loffie vvniih it the mils one
at the Pair. This shew what inn be
done by perslttiuce uud a cateful
study of londltlons There are four
samples o( toffee 1n glass Jars that
would rival tin bttt to bu found In nny
lountry. The branihb of loffec, tieos
en exhibit are slmpiy laden with bi-J
lies and In not one inttantc Is thuiu
shown an impiruct cm
The Uuchholtz plaLtiitlon exhibit on
the Wnlkikl tide ct thi Dilllshed U
worthy the attintion of evcrvono who
wants to know what Kona soil will do.
Almost an thing will trow In thnt dis
trict of Haoll.
Il may be stated that Mr. Uuchholtz
has won time that Liid three second
prizes and what cir'alnly pays Mr.
Uuchholtz for all h! t'ouble Is tho fact
that he won the bM piizc for his ex
hibit ot fruits nnd the flikt prize tor tho
best exhibit of "k Uiblen. Mr. line ti
holtz Is n very bard vorker and cer
tnlnly deserves i-virythiiig that Is torn
Ing to him. If the shipping inclllticH
wire only, bitter, hi would bo able to
supply the HonolJlj market with
fruits and vegitaolet tho like nt
which have never beiu seen heiu be
Kamehamclia nnd Lahalnaluna, two
Institutions where Hawnllans reiclvo
their education, ore at the top of tho
list In the matter cf ixcelleueo of ex
hlblts. Kanichamiha has a most va
rted exhibit and the best part of the
whole thing Is that ever) thing planted
Is tnken note of and 'omplete reioriU
are made. Haiti mouth of the veai Is,
studied and results wntihcd bo that In
a very short time Kamehamclia will bu
able tn give foith Information of Intal
iiilable value to the small tanners ot
I.ahalualunn will easily divide hou
ois with Kamehair.eua. Their exhibit
Ik somewhat different, but It Is Just as
Ihe laladlum show- is ceitaiuly wor
thv ol epvil.il mention, tin it Iiiib been
tht object ot geneial udmrlatlou by al
most tverione who has been to the
Dilllshed. It Is perieul) biautlliil and
reflects grent ciedlt on Donald Melu
t it. the head gardeuui at the Moana
lua home ol Hon. S. M. Damon, from
whli h place the exhibit comes.
In the matter ot thu 111 exhibit, thu
following prizes have been awarded
Pliiinarla Firrt, Kuwalliau Flor
ists second, Mrs Mary K. Tiblietu.
Malle First and second prizes, Ko,'
Illma First prize, Kawaihau Club;
second, Mrs. Wolsoy. '
Cni nations First nnd socond prizes
O. R. & L. CO. EXCURSIONS.
Muring tho Meiehuntb' Fnlr week ex
cursion tltktlH will bo on !tlo at all
of the O. It. & I.. Co. stations, 'inese
tickets will be on Hale and good tor re
tin n fiom Satin clay. Jul) iiilh. until
Monday, August HI'..
Tickets from Hoonlulu to
1st Class. 2d Class
Walalua . .
Kahuku . .
05 J ru
1 Oil 75
1 :,U 1 25
2 of) 1 i5
2 DO 2 2a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Supreme Court adjourned sine
die this morning
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Prlmo arid Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
Delegate I'lvnn of Oklahoma leaves
for the Coast in the Sierra todav
.1 A. M. Jolnnou has pirn Insert thi
agency foi the National Cash Ilegltei.
'Yukon" refrigerator old on easv
pivmeiits nt the Coyne Fumltuie Co
Horses galore, mulei. for sale w
ful cheap V. S. Withers, automobllo
stables, King street.
Half of C-room house suitable fo'
light housekeeping is advetti-ied fot
lent Sec ad page S,
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Holtsclilacger Co., Ltd.
Handsomely Illustrate 1 catalogue
distributed fiee for the asking at the
Honolulu Photo Suppl) Co.
In the future, all meetings of the
1'lrst Precinct Republican Club will be
held at the home of John A Cummin
Associate Justice Oalbraith anil Mil
Galliralth leave In the Siena thU after
noon for a vacation trip to Colorado
and Oklahoma Delegate Kljnn will
tiavel with them.
J. 1). Motions, the young sen of Man
ager Mahono of T. II. Da vies & Co a
Siocery store, who was operated upon
by Dr. Oalbraith last week for appeu
d'cltls, Is doing very nicely and will
coon be ahlo to be about again
In tho Police Court this forenoon
Manuel Vasionccllos, a Punchbowl
lough, was fined $10, and costs on the
(barge of assault and battery on J.
Jaidln. One of the witnesses for the
defense was Chas. Santos, another
tough. It Is understood that a war
rant will be Issued this afternoon for
the arrest of Vnsconcellos on the
charge of malicious Injury
The stenmer llelene. whku leaves
Honolulu this afternoon at 3 o'clock
will take part of tliu usual Claudlne
'run, the Mntil. which sails tomorrow
i going on the full inn. 'the llelene will
I take freight and mall for l.uhallia and
Kahulul. mnll for Hana and Nalilku
At Kipahulii she wilt laud eight) Jap-
an.f,e Inhnters. She will then nrnreeri
to Hawaii, where she will load sugar
fiom Pepeckco and Papaatoa.
Today has been quite a hitsv one
.ilong the wnterfiont especlullj as far
as the passenger trallli Is concerned
This morning the Sierra arrived with'
several people for this port uiul a num
ber of through p.iHsengeis. She will
depart this afternoon taking with her
to San Frnnilsco an exieedlnglj large
number of people.
The steamer Claudlne departed on
the Klnau route this week and the
.Manna l.o.i on her usiul route at "
p. tn., both steamers larrvlng good
lists. Il( sides, these quite a number an
booked to ball for Maul ports this af
ternoon 111 the lleleue
The All Maui baseball team will
plu against mi All Honolulu team on
the Puliation lampus at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Thu Maul team will It
practliully the smile as that ot jesttr
i!u while the Honolulu aggregation
will be made up mostly of Punabiiu
.lasers with Castle In the box anil
Cunhn behind the bat.
The game Is stalled earlv In order
to allow the .Maul boys time to get
itiwu to their steamei which sails to'
Mcul pints ut o p m.
Maishal H. It llendi.v left In (lie
steamer Claudlne to take possesion of
the stole ot 11 Akouu at Walnieu, Ha
waii, anil appoint a keepei theiefor,
u petition ot Imolitntarj bankruptcy
having been II led against that store
keeper by M. h fliln'u'juni i. Co. Al
len & Itohliisou and II. Huikfeld & Co.
Judge F.stee has Issued an Older to tliH
iispondent to appear befoie him on
August -0 and snuiv cause. If nn he
have, why he should not be adjudged
J. B. THOMAS ARRIVES.
Tile ship J. II Thomas arrived in
pent tills morning aftel u trip of 11
davs lioin Newcastle Australia She
was mooieil at the ullniad wh.ni
whele she V 111 dim lunge her l.llgo.
consisting of 2.33 tons ot (Oal Cup
tain Soule tilings lilt !fe with lilm on
The .1 1! Thomas li well remeinbui
id In this pint fiom the time when she
airlted hole last .u in ehaige ol the
boatswain. Hei captain had been
washed overbiiaid the first mate was
slik and. thu second mate not being a
uavlgatoi. the boatswain took dial go
and biought the vessel sately to this
Ollle Smenson has been appointed
iptnln of the Mrtle Iloat Club, vice
W. It. Harris resigned. Sorenson is
one of the best known oarsmen In Ha
vt-ll and hla (election to the captaincy
of the club Is bound to give the lies'
satisfaction among the members.
Chicago. July lti The lliltlsh nans
port service, whlih for mail) months
lOndueted un active trade at Poll
Chalmrtle, Is to reopen its i.imp tlieie
for the shipment of horses, milks and
cuttle to South AfiUa, s.i.vh the c'hon
lclv's New Oilcans coriesponileiit It
Is found that the Anieilian animals
UI0 the haidlest fill the veldt milk,
and tho lliltlsh (lot eminent will need
a gnat nunibei undei Its ngnemeiit ot
ICbtocklug the farms of the hiiighorti
vWio suffered In the recent win. The
olUccrs are now ou the wit) and tho
camp will be reopened Immediate!)
upon their arilval,
water" from activity
1 Shoe Store
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"The Dark o" tne Moon," by S. It.
"The Mastery of the Pacific." by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"The Ulazcd Trail," by S. K. White.
"None Hut tho Iirave," by II. Sears.
"The Kcnlons." by W. D. Howclls.
"The Strollers." by F. S. Ishnm.
"The Magic Wheel," by John Strangfl
"The Hounds of the Baskervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared." by Lynch.
"A House Party," edited b'y Paul Lei
The above are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlora every
day counts aud more people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department )i charge ot a spe
cialist and our operator; are graduate
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. o the world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the city; we have
tho best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In tact all
branches of dentistry as practice ' by
'is are strictly up to date.
We can give you money on your den
tal work. We will tell sou In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Filling 50
All our Instruments are thorouteblj
sterilized before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
Itoom 4, KIllo nulldlns, Hotel Stroeu
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a, tn. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a m. to 12 m.
JEWELRY IN LAUNDRY.
New York. July 18. Thioiigli the
honobt) ot a lauudryiuan Mis. Pnttlik
Dlvver had iciuruvd to her today at
Cedaihurst Jli.ouu wotth or Jcwelr).
The laiindiiiiun was lewaidod with
thanks At noon ex-Judge Dlvvei s
touthinan took n bundle of clothes to
the laundr) When Harry I.oughey,
the launch; man, started to mark the
clothes ho found the Jewell), consist
ing of a necklace, rings, earrings, pins,
studs and other articles, done up In a
bundle. He mounted his blcc!e and
(liikkls took the Jewelry to the Dlv
He found Mrs. Dlvver In u btate ot
collapse, for sho had dlscoveied her
loss un hour before. Sho thought
thieves had stolen tho Jewelry and
was about to repoit the loss to the an
thoiltles, vi Mm I.oughey anlved
To Loughe) sho said. "Oh, I titanic
ou ever so much. Their Is about SIS.
ul'o worth ot diamonds there. Thank
Sou, thank so11- It l".i to be hull
Mis Dlvver explained that the jew
ell) was Ivlng on a buieau with thu
tolled clothes and was hy nilslaUo
iluonii Into the wash
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin of
fice. Weekly edition of the Bulletin, 1 a
This "HANAN" welt sole o f
Is a particularly attractive n
The material Is an extra
chulie piece ol Ilrlght Kl 1
The perforated vamp a
oft to splendid tdvantag
The sole carries
the tor v.t j5
A personification of tho t)ut
cal American gentleman
of the wonderful AL VISTA
CAM nit A dlHtrlbuted tree
for the nuking at
Photo Supply Co
Ants do. It given the Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
tho pests uso It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable'aB it is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
hai started In business again now at
650 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whero he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will be pleased
to see all ot bis old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
linn Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
ot the celebrated
AIho ii big choice tn tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly nnd biivo
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia,
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, 3b
Offices Stangenwald Bldf, Mel
chant Street. Tel, Main III
HONOLULU TOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, JULY 29 yn
NAME OF STOCK
Capital 2 n.,
C Brtwtr h Comfiny
NS Si chi DO Co.LM
L.B.Ktrr Co., LtJ
041 Plantation Co ...
HawtitinCora &Su Co
Hialln Sut-ar Co ...
Ifenomu Sugar Co .
HonokiaSuff'r Co .
Haiku Suar Co .
VahuVu Plantation Co
Kit) Plant Co .Lti
Ktpahtlu Sugar Co
fctoloa Sugar Co , ..
0tm Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
OUaSuCo Lti rdupf
Paauhiu Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Planii lon Co
PffwUen Si gar Co .
Plonr Mill Co
Walalua Agrt Co
Walmfa Mill Co
WlMr SttamtMn Cn .
Int r-Ulani Sfram S Cnl
riawa iin bifctrlc Co
Hon WirlJ T rVL Co
r hone Co
Oahu Rv & L Co
Hawaiian Gov j per cent
Hon Rapid Transit .
Ewa Plantat n 6 rr rftt
Oahu Plantation Ape
Olai Plantation 6 p. c
Walatua Agr'cul ftp C
Kahuku r' nt
MISSIONARIES ARE STONED.
St Petersburg, July 17 The Novoe
Viemsn today published a dlspatth
from Seoul Coien. which sass thut two
Amerlcnn missionaries have been ston
ed nnd beaten on the line of the Seoul
F1181111 Itallroad by Japanese laborers.
ami thai, the Japanese Minister has ex
piexsed regret nnd promised the se
vere punishment of the offenders
June 5 li insh re-
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or ial o4
tocks nnd bonds caretuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangM
wald Dldg. Pottofflce box 390; Tl
phone Main 331.
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MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAft,
921 port Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
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