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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 24, 1904, 2:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, COLORED COMIC SUPPLEMENT, Page FIVE, Image 5',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATlll DAY, SHIT 24,1901.
FIVE ""' 1
ARTISTIC IN DESIGN
GRANITE, BRONZE, MARBLE
Satisfaction guaranteed in every
J. C. AXTELL
1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
'Phone 180! Blue P.O. Box 641
The principal reasons why
you should buy a Leonard
It keeps food cold and ptire ,
It uses little Ice and can be
taken apart to be cleaned.
It Is porcelain lined and
always easy to clean.
Has air tight doors that stay
Is maue under the latest
soientlfic principles and is the
best refrigerator made. '
Call and see it at
H. HACKFELD & GO., Ltd,
will make an old vcblclo look
as good as new and at a very
Thoy aro unoxeccilcd for
beauty, brilliancy and durabil
ity and ready for application.
For agricultural Implements,
windmills, wagons, etc., use
our ready-mixed "Durable
Wagon and Implement Col'
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
Electric clipping machine. Experi
enced man. Horses caned tor and re
turned without extra charge
CLUB STABLES, LTD.
FORT, above HOTEL STREET
Phone Main 109
Vk mountain section ot Us 111 )
Kalawaklne, containing an in C
This land extends from a short ls
uuics abore the Lunalllo Home to th
rMk ot Tantalus and thence to thV
head ot Manoa valley. It taclndM
tortlon ot the upper section ot Paio
The .Government Tantalus Koal
rinds through the property tor aboi
three miles, making easy access avail
able to all parts. It contains all ot tat
sholce, available locations for lloua
There are never-falling springs ai
the upper end ot the property whlei
eould be opened up and made .to tar
alsh an ample water surply. Then
are several houses and gardena on ta
The land Is heavily timbered u4
reaches an deration at Its highest
solnt of over 2,000 feet In the troplsi
high elevations tiring health. For far
tier information apply to
A. v owait
Down where the Wurzbiirger flows "
It creates a sensation 01 pure diliphr.
WuKburjer is our new bottled brer. A little
darker than " Primo" and especially gocd for
home use. It has all the strengthening proper
ties of matt extracts and is far more palatable.
Order Wurzburger from your dealer or direct
from the brewery.
The Writing on the Wall
When interpreted was found to mean " Weighed
in the balance and found wanting." Many
brands of butter are found wanting in weight,
quality and freshness. If you want butter th t
weighs full sixteen ounces to the pound, is
THE CHESS GAME BY WIRELESS
HONOLULU vs. HILO
QUCKN'S rj.UintT UHCLINUD.
a a mm
Moves. HIIo. Moves. Hoholuln.
! r-Q 1. r-Qt
2. P QD4 2. P K3
3. Kt-QB3 3. Kt-K B 3
4. B Kt5 4, QKt Q2
B. P-K3 , c. uKo
6. Kt-B3. c. Castles.
7. B-Q3. 7. rQKt3.
t. Castles. g nKt 2
PP . 9. Kt x V '
10. BxB 10. QxU
11. KUKt 11. ,IxKt -.
12. Q B2 12. Kt K B 3
13. P Q R 3 13. VQ It 4
14. Kt K 5 14. 1 B 4.
- 16. B Kt 5 15. IC It B 1
10. Q B 5 10. I' It C
17. B Q 3 17. I n c
18. B B 2 18. QK 3
19. Q B 4 9. V Kt 3
20. P K B 3 jo. K Kt 2
21. K It K 1 21. P-Q Kt 4
2J. P-K4 22. R-Kl
23. P X P 23. Kt x V
24. Q Kt 3 21. Q U 3
100 Pound Bales
$1.10 per Bale
GERTZ BROS. Tel White 323 1 1
the substantial mantel clock, or the ponderous hall
clock, all are here.
Reliable time keepers in all stj les ami sizes.
M. R. COUNTER, 1142 Fort Street.
absolutely pure and the very high
est quality use
We deliver it hard and cold
to your home on ice.
HE LATEST NOVELTIES
In FALL MIL-INERY
will arrive per next steam
from the Coast for
Miss Power's Mi Hnery Parlcrs.
you want a clock that will
kc.ep accurate time; ?
You can find it here.
The dainty ornamental clock
LOCAL AND GLNLRAL
If greatly troubled with mosquitoes
notify the Board ot Health.
Read "Wants" on paao C.
Iluy Century Music, 10c,
Hnvmnnd C. llroui r turned today
J. W. l'ratt returned from a trip to
h. A. Thurston returned from Ha
A silver npenfaco watih linn been
found. Bee ad, pnge 8.
Oom i'aul is dead but Paul Jones still
lives at the Pantheon.
The heat run ot Hawaiian coffee In
the 'city. N. England Bakery.
II. U. Cooper returned by the Klnau
from a business trip to Maui.
Mrs. K. Deacon returned today from
a visit with friends on Hawaii.
Two important Supremo Court de
cisions aro expected next week.
Denuty United States Marshal Kranb
L. Winter is again nt his post after t
Henry Deacon, former manager of
I'cpcckeo plantation, arrived in tho
city In the Klnau today.
The conductor on tlio morning tralu
from down the country reiwits that
1100 Chlncso paRsengerg came to town
today for the Chinese eelcbrallon.
bngrnved cards and stationery with
a tone thnt stamps tlicm exclusive.
mado by Dcakbnnc, Hotel and Union
In the Fifth l'reclnct tnda a couple
of large and happy luaui nn- under
way ns tho result of the recent pa lux
off ot cmplojcs of the rnad liurrau, I
Superintendent of l'ublli Works C
S. Hollowoy will probably leave cm 1
Tuesday next for a tnur of the Island
of Mum, on general department buxl
illshnp Co. hae been appointed I
agents for the Mile of trnveli rs eheiks,
Issued by the American Impress Co.
These checks ate negotUblv In nil parly
hi the world.
IJ. W. Joy ami Mrs. Joy. It ( Miller
ninl Mrs. Miller, J. O. MiKown uii'l
Mrs. (). Haen of Han I'ramlsco and
Mrs. John (Inndall of Kauai aro guiMls
at tho Cllftuu.
Our cafe growing In popularity
every day. It's, tho home looking with
quick service thnt does It. Hart & Co,
Ltd. Tho Klllc.
Admiral llecklcy reports the follow
Ins sugar left at Hawal ports ready fur
shipment: llamakun, HIW; llnnokaa,
3 COO; Piiualmi, 1800; Huiiiiuihi, tu'jS;
all others, none.
MIbh Wilcox, long conueited with
tho N. H. Sachs Dry Uoods Co.. re-
turnciMn the steamer Alameda, after
a pleasant vacation spent with
friends In the Kant.
None of the Circuit Court Judges held
fllcourt today. On such occasions thx
busy clerks grnsn tho opportunity to
catch up with the alnH accumulat
ing mans, ot iiuslucss.
Our Toy Department Is, rnmpletb
with Children's Illithdny lllrts. Wall
Nichols. - '
Mrs. I. K. Pearson ami ton Itndur-
Ick an hod in thu Manuka jesterday
fro1,,..I'0rila",V 0"'Ban- TllJ' "'" '
to HIIo Tuesday after a aiatlnu of
sccra I months In tho Nortlmest.
Deputy Tax Collector Affonso of Hlln
lias drawn the wrath of tho public to
ward htm in his action In taking from
a poor Chinese nil fo his tools of trndl
or pajment or hi personal taxes.
Cnpt. W W. novo of the ship Fori
George was regularly made an i:ik on
fhuisdny night nt a iicclal meeting of
tho HIIo lodge. Tho following day tun
Jovial captain left for San I'ranclSco.
Attorney Oencral Andrews will pro
ceed with tho examination ot Usher)
rights cases ns boon as they arc rud)
for presentation. Two should bo road)
Monday. Ten have already been heard
Miss l'cters, an experienced mllllncr
from the Knst and u highly esteemed
voting lady, arrived In tho steamer Ala
meda to tukii charge of tho millinery
department of the N. S. Sachs Dry
It Is understood that, among other
things, the Urand Jury is considering
rccommemlntlnns In regard to court
Interpreters. The Inquisition feels the
lack of official translators as much at
do the courts. '
The Insurance I'rcss of August 3rd
contains n good portrait of Sevan)
Proaacr, manager of the Kqultable I.lfei
Assurance Society of New York, brotli
cr of Deputy Attorney Oencrnl M. V
rrost-cr or tins ilty.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's So
clety will hold a meeting at I'unnhou
?Si r wnfe" mCmbCrS aml M
, , ,.,,. . , .....
Judge Do Dolt sustains defendants
demurrer to Plalntlff'B plea of sit off
in . O. Smith vs. Kmmet May. Du-
frmlant claims that PlnlntliT ovves ile-
fendant moro than plaintiff dec hires Is
UUU 1111(1 UUIl HVIt'lllliUli.
A numbnr of friends ot Miss Hurrlct
Hitchcock of HIIo gavo that Indy n sur
prlMi last Thursday evening ut liet
home, tho occasion being her birthday,
Tho now game of "l-'lvo Hundred" win
introduced and proved a pleasing eu
tcrtulnment till n Intu hour.
Chocolates, bonbons, tallica and
mixcii candies, neatly parked in fancy
boxes. I resh every dny at Hart & Co.
Ltd, Tho Hllte.
The rjuuored engagement of Dr. Hd
con I, llutrhlnson or Honolulu nnd
Miss lluirli t llugglus of Oakland, Cak,
la not denied by those Intimately ne-
qualnted with the parties, says the HIIo
Tribune It is understood the cngago
ment has existed for several months,
urn ,.,,- ...v Hvu ikcu ice nia no
secret. Dr. llutrhlnson, tho dentist,
was formerly located were and Mist
Mub'sliit .two cars ago presided foi
ono term over tho HIIo Kreo Kinder
garten, whero sho proved n favorite
both nmoiig parents and pupils, lt,J
expected tho wedding will tikp ,1'lace
in the spring. )
.r- S. TT T" (
For Rsnt" cards on sale at Bulletin
See these before you see others. They are
new, serviceable and by far the best Football
Shoe, at the price, ever offered in this city.
UROPE USES MURE SUGAR
SINCE BRUSSELS CONVENTION
RAW SUGAR MARKET REPORTCD
VERY QUIET BUT FIRM BY
WILLET AND GRAY FOR.
Wlllctt & (lrnV Sugar Journal for
September N reports: as follows on tli
Huws lollowing the largo iiuslnoss
it. rintrifiigali Just at the rloso of last
wick's report, the market lins natural
ly tiiKi'ii on u more ijuiet turn in I mi
week under rvxii-w, but with tho n,uo
tntlons tlrmly uiulutnlned In Instances
thti buyers hao tried to obtain eon
cessions, but without result thus far.
Buyers at the clofc Inilliiilu i'ic fur
9C test centrifugals on spot, hut scllcm
firmly maintain their pretentions at
4 S-ltic-. The lone and tendency, how-cu-r,
at the moment Is rather cm tho
litil.iru' ulilt. nu Ktirnti.. ulinu-n enmn
h"" .slight concessions under rather Ira
liroM'd comlllluiis relaltc to tho Ixcl
nor speilni raiilcgram from iindov
today reuds- "Crop prop'ctH are lif
coming more favorable,1
Any lmprocment In this respect
hnui'ur, is too lute to repair very much
of the actual damage pretlniisly dona
the crops. K. O. l.lcbt lins not jet
published his estimate of tho new boot
crops, but others are counting on au
rutturn of SHU.OOO to TiUO.UOu tons less
.than last jenr's crops. If the reported
improvement does not continue to tin
time ot linncst, the maximum i-sttrhal
nt shortage may nut prove to lie ex
Actual business during the week Is
Insignificant. Itellners Mug well sup
piled, the quietness may oiitltiue
through the ccomlng week.
' N" business In Ja Is reported this
c,-k- The offerings of these sugars
now- Include- one cargo duo tn arrive,
hero with a vcek at 12s. c. I. f.. equal
to -I 3le. lunitud for 9 test. A c-nrga
shipped In August at lis. 9d. c. I, f,
(I'ic. I and Hcptc-mhcr hhlpment al
lis. Cd. c-. I. f.
European ninrkntH inndi small Hue
tuutlous up nnd down, closing with
auulysls bepta f. o. Ii.' Hamburg at IPs.
&il. per ewt, against 10s. fid. nt tho
opening. Ueet sugars nro offered for
thpment at lis. lUd. c. nnd
,,arlt. ot 1i3K. iumu-! for !6
trlfugals, which Is not lutcrcKtlng t
reflucrs nt ntescnt.
Cuba lias been virtually nut of (hi
market for tho week, i IB-Ifie per
pound for PS Is tho highest sulnhlt
value for shipments, which shows no
change from the last large business.
llUt merely that sellers pretentions for
n" advance are not allowed.
II ta'KUt bo posslblo to buy now cam
p on "'C t""'1 "f Hft for G test
l-oulslann sugars, shipment in Nov em.
,' '" "KYr ' "" .ie. io .lie. c
' . '?r.? l" " c,'m.n "Ka,B-
, S"," V'uJL"irK l ".'
u' e,lc iiuuuajif cum wet-it, uuc win uu
!,,.-,. nnir, .,nv. ,.,.c. t ii 011..1..
,y eX(.Pt.,c(1 tll0 requirements for melt.
i,,i. iniim. .in..i,u ,,rn, .i..niK. .
,i,nnBe, A vaTi;o ot jttVas shipped In
jiy imH nrrlved at tho Ilreakwater
and wu may now expect the tecelpts
rmni Java during the noxt sixty Maya
to nvciago 2n,0iiu to Sti.DuO tuns per
wiek. According to our special cabin
from llatavla tho exports from Java
to tho United States dining August
amounted to lll.noii tons, which will
fi.rm the bulk of re liners suppl) for
Kuropraii Consumption Iui reusing
'i'h "Journal des nibrleauts" pub-
lishes tho follow Inn table, showing the
(oiisumptlou of sugar in principal
coiiiilUcs of i;uropc, for the months of
September to July, both Included, iif
compared with the tamo time In the
previous campaign. These figures show
a total of 3,(181,013 tons, ugalust 2.93H,
807 tons, being a net Increase of 711,.
,vr M, 1903, when the llrussels agree-
jo tons, or 2u per cent since scplem-
lneBt iWent iut0 v!(va. The 'tlgures
Ml0W a it.rcnB fl)r caci, l0tmtr civ
rr, n ti10 ia,9 '
Total tons-Prance, 1003-1. fill.02;
1902.3 -M3,m. Germany, 1903-1, 1,018.-
o20! 1902-a. 713.313. Austria-Hungary,
j.l08.,, 4r,l,l90: 1902-3, 373.C9.-.. Ho!
Kunl iS03-4. 78,971: 1902-3, 65,000.
United Kingdom, 1903-1. I,l00,38r.;
m--z- 1.358,933. Holland, 190S-1, 60,-
412; 1902,3, 72,3511. r
We have Just opened a new
line of thcte goods.
Got the new "Brooklyne"
League Shoe, with re-en forced
ankle and the Dartmouth
HIjjIt Grade Clrr
Sanchez & Hava. Bock & Co., El Grifo,
Monlerlerno, from f? upwards per hundred.
Sole agents for the Hawaiian bland-..
LEWIS SC0 , LTD.,
169 KING STREET.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholssal Importsra and Jobbsrs.
AMERICAN DRY GOOD.
. Fort and Quttn Sta.
Best In the city. Cool and Refreshing,
Hawaiian Soda Works
Tslephons Blua 1171.
$50.00 for $1,00
Ladysmith Shooting Gallery,
TOP OH I'UNCHBOWU
CASH PRIZE OF $50
Buy a Piano
The liapplnns of home Is not 0111
plete without a cood piano. We
sell nn the Instalment rlau or for
Bergstrom Music Co. Odd Fellow Bdg.
YES, WE ARE GOING TO
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.,
Wc always buy our patterns first as can then say the
quantity of materials required and save the cost pf a yard
or two that is lost money otherwise.
They arc now showing
Pretty Lawns and Organdies
that make dainty Waists and Skirts.
Their NECKWEAR wc think is the most Stllsh '
of New York's Latest Designs and the Prices arc suited
to our pockets.
. i- -,.
PARASOLS in Colors from $2.00 up, wc say
have never been equalled in this market.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAKSE
HONOLULU. Sept. 24JM
NAME Of STOCK
I Pa 1 j
C Pcr ft Co .-..
L U Kerr At Co Lti
Pki I ! ant it Inn Co .
t, tcts 000 too
MiwiHinSuer Co HM
Monumu Sujjir Co
IlShI(ii tlanUtlon Co.
7 jo coo 100
Klhel MinutionCo Lti
KoPitSuer Co ..
Mfllrvdt Surar Co -
Oifiu Sutrnr Co ..M.
OnomJ SuRir Co......
Ockila Suear I lant Co
Olaa Sufjar Co tti
Ol aw lu Co .........
Paauhau suear rum uo
racinr sugar Miii .
Pla Plantation Co .
Pfpeetteo Suear Co .
Pinnr Mill Co
a, $00 000!
waiiuicu suear 1.0
Walmanalo Suear Co ,
inur-lkun 1 strain n k.o
Hawaiian Liectric i-o
Mutual Telfrhonc Co ,
t,1)? 000 1
... ' in
Oahu K At L CorfWH-..
Haw Gov 1 ti cu.uu
Haw Com & Sue Cos re
t i liimutD p c ...
Haiku Suear Co 6pc .
Haw Suear Co6p c
HlloR k Co Con 6 re.
HonRTAt L Co 6 p c.J
(ahuR& LCo6pc .
KinuKu i'iim 1-0 one.
Oahu Sugar Co6pc .
wiaa sugar lod p c.
rata r in 1 n
Pionfr Mill Co 6 p c -
waiaiua gnc uepe
-r, Wnlalua J.'.O;
13 Oahu Sugar Co.,
Latest sugar quotation 4.255 cents.
NORMAL SCHOOL BUILDINGS.
Proposal will be received at tho of-
1 flee of tho Superintendent of l'ubllo
Works, Honolulu, until 13 o'clock m.
jof Oct. 3, 1P0I, for constructing Nor-
1 mal School Ilulldlngs, Honolulu, T, It.
Plans nnd specifications arc on Ola
In the office of tho Asst. Supt. of Pub
lic Works, Honolulu, copies ot which
will bo furnished Intending bidders on
receipt of $5.00, which sum will bo ro-
uu net nt nit; ijiuut'r uuur uc uua u
posited his bid and returned the plans.
1'roposnl must bo submitted on tho
blank forms, which will bo furnished
by tho Asst. Supt. of l'ubllo Works
and enclosed In a sealed cnvclopo ad
dressed to Hon. C S. Hollow ay, Super
intendent of Public Works. Honolulu,
T. 11., endorsed "Proposal for Normal
School Ilulldlngs, Honolulu, T. II."
Uach proposal must contain tho full
nnmo of the patty or parties making
tho stimc and must bo accompanied by
a certified cheek for $500.00, payablo
to C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, as surety that If thu
proposal bo ae-ceptcd a contract will
he entered Into.
No proposal will bo entertained un
lifs mado on the blanks furnished by
tho Asst. Supt. of Public Works and
submitted previous to 12 o'clock tn. on
the day spi-c-lfleil.
Tho Superintendent reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. IIOI.I.OWAY,
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Honolulu. T II.. Sept. 32, 1904.
Stand and Oilier. 7K Fort near
Queen Stt, opposite Hnckfeld building.
Dravmon, baggage and furnttura
handled and dellveic-d.
Office 'Phone Main 298; Residence
'Phone White 861.
Head "Wants" on page 6.
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