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EVnNINd HULtETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, FED. 2, 1900.
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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II, by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
the present local steamer. It Is Indeed
a comfortablo ship. The crowd
learns that It was built somo years
ago, and therefore Is not supposed to
be thoroughly "modern". The crowd
has gained tlio habit of following the
"modern" Idea and latest Improve
ments, nnd If this crowd Is wanted, It
can bo secured only by giving what
Wallace n. FAnmmrroN.. Editor "u,t9 .th0 onitort or wlllm of tne lna1.
Entered at the Postofftce at Ilono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Or month, anywhere In U. 8..$ .75
tar Quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere in U. S 8,00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11,00
Merchants, therefore. In deciding up
on the local steamship propositions
hao demonstrations of a very posi
tive nature to guide them, The old
cry that peonlo will not camo to Ha
waii for the winter In numbers large
tnough to nil our hotels, has been com
pletely Bllcnecd. Doubts concerning
the usefulness of the Promotion Com
mittee or tho return on the money It
expends, have been dispelled. The
town has proved that Hawaii can do
what other communities have done,
and two thousand miles of sea Is not
a barrier when our cllmato nnd all tho
U months . . S .BO beauty and comfort of the subtroplcs
iVr ywr, nnywhere In U. 8.... 1.00 s at this end.
for year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 1 Transportation Is tho present Issue.
1 Tho last lot of pcoplo coming to this
Territory of Hawaii. ) port seem to have found good accom-
)t; mouauon on mo inrougn steamers.
Honolulu, County of Oahu) I This docs not mako less Impressive
C. O. I10CKU8, Business Manager ol the especial valuo of local steamer
the Bulletin Publishing Company, Llm- service, and tho absolute necessity for
tied, being first duly sworn, on oath, Its equalling the standards set by tho
deposes and says: That the following through liners. Tho Promotion move
la a true and corroct statement of clt went ll8Clt whcn flrst mder discussion
eolation for tho wook ending Janu. wn8 not moro Important than this
ry 20, 1905, of tho Dally and Week- transportation matter tho merchants
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin: 1""' ln hnnJl
Clreulatlnn nf Puln n,,tlH I Honolulu must llttVO tllO ImDrOVOj
Saturday, Jan. 20 2376 Bteamcr servlco In order to make tho
Monday, Jan 22 2121 most of the tourist ttdo turning In this
Tuesday, Jan. 23 2105 direction nnd to keep tho tldo coming
Wednesday, Jan. 24 !2112 ) early with Increased force. There Is no
Thursday, Jan. 25 2108 wason why tho managers of tho old
Friday, Jan. 20 '. 2142 fcrvlco should bo thrown overboard
Average Dally Circulation.... !.!2160 without a thought, but tho merchants
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. liavo a right to ask for results. In bus-
Tuesday, Jan. 23d, 1900 2328 lne" tho coirccrn offering tho best In
. . .; .. i It niilnLnot limn . tlin trailn
Number of Weeklies delivered on ",c f'""' "" ' "" "-"'
tne itiana 01 nawau aionc. ... iuss
Hon. W. It. Castle, who returned
from the mainland the other day, de
voted considerable tlmo and energy
whllo In the East to a careful and
thorofugh Investigation of tho stand
ing and methods of numerous Insur
ance companies, working ln this con
nection in tho Interests of Tho Henry
Waterhouse Trust Company and oth
ers who contemplate taking agencies
or who already havo agencies here of
J big Now York and other insuranco
Those taking up new Insuranco
agencies here desire nbovo nil else, in
view of tho recent sensational lnsur
unco corporation Investigations" back
Kast, to bo assured of the absoltito in
tegrity and sound standing of thoso
concerns they propose to represent.
Mr. Castle stated this morning that
ho had been engaged in careful Inves
ligation and that In tho directions ln
which he had made. Inquiry tho results
wcro .satisfactory and that ncgotla.
tlons wcro under way In some cases
for tho establishment of agencies
This is a matter In which wo can.
not bo too careful." remarked Mr. Cas.
tlo, "for tho first consideration Is tne
reliability of thoso concerns which de.
sire representation hero. Because of
tho recent Investigations in New
York It was but wise that wo look for
ourselves Into tho standing of tho cor
porations beforo offering to tho public
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. B0CKU8,
WANT ORDER VACATED
(Continued from Page 1.)
dlntoly took another step ln tho caso
by filing a motion by Deputy Attorney
Subscribed and sworn to bo- General Mllvcrton, moving to vacate
foro mo this 27th day of Jan-
18EAL uary, 190G.
P. II. BURNETTS,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County ot
.FEB. 2, 1900,
and set nsldo tho order releasing Anln
on his own recognizance, on tho
grounds that no appeal or exception
llo to tho Supreme Court from tha
judgment or sentenco of Judgo Lind
say. Tho whola mattor as to whether au
appeal will Ho or not rests on tho now
Visitors will kindly take our word famous Section 3070 of tho Ilevlsed
for It that this is not unusual Honolulu LawB. The Attornoy General holds
weather. that tinder this statuto the only rem-
cdy In tho caso of direct contempt lies
Fellow passengers appear to haio In habeas corpus proceedings and that
formed themselves Into a hollow square no appeal will llo to tho Supreme
lor an advance on Major Vincent. .Court. Judgo Humphreys, on the oth
cr hand, holds that an appeal In an)
" Major Vincent may have been quite kind of contempt, bo It direct or Indl
successful In keeping secret the real Will Ho.
object of his mission. If ho Is a second The Attorney rjenoral s Department
Hatter we trust ho will do a bettor Job. Intends to do all ln Its power to havo
, tho Anln matter decided as soon as
A1nt.a tnnrfita Vmt hnvn lipAtl lnni POBSlblC.
sought, nnd Hawaii will strive to make! tho meantlmo tho Grand Jury
your stay so pleasant that tho tempta-Went steadily ahead on tho war path
tlou to come aSaln will bo Irresistible. Infalnl; the cho-fa kings Old Chum
' Meo Hlng, having been exhausted yes-
.li.. . !..... it i..'...,.,. a .. r tcrday. Ah Hoo, also known as Lau
,v I. m,l. within Ihd nrlvlleno and '" Hoo, was taken beforo tho body
duty of public omcers. Failure to m-.H?"?." Y'lJSm
, ,..,,. .n,ii,i hr,iiv iw. rin,t the Inquisitors from 10 a. m. until
.11 . 1 noon, when ho was let off temporarily.
""""'". Whcn Ah !Ioo cft tho room ho wal
- ..i i,i,i if. ran,iiniinn visibly exhausted, his two-hour expos-
,J .'l',, ffi '.H ft 25 we J the rapid fire of questions .
io ,lo something' mere In connection fZT " B """" ""'
;... r ,h;,nn t .,, t, inT i la The Grand Jury has decided to take
"".If8.""" cbmny la 8I'lltlaB tlia.a short rest after tho strenuous work
. of tho last fow days, nnd has adjourn.
n-v n..n..t.. . . ..! ii.t n-,. d ""til next Monday morning. Ah
JMw.IV.L8 Z Xmi.n? mta . w" h" nt BB been pumped
tier Carter take the immgrationmlt- dry ' wl bo rcCallcd. nnd after him
!ion,KL'?"... "l?.' ':""".'-.."i,J ',..'' Ah On. tho former police officer, will
pi. nc-ueiivre we uuu-iuw, u nvpn hearing Thn nrnnil Jtirv
IVJIVT'L1 tlllnU lWk0 Ufrl' ovnt,1txcdIns"agrdtoJUryp
turning It down. lh0 ncfm ut of tho bl cll0.fa conn.
r, i.. nation, but although It has started
San Francisco business men endorse .,,,, ,' , ,,, , , ,,, .A
Hawairs request for Jus Ice In the ex- ,)rolauly gancd COIlsUicrab,0 ,n.
pendlturo of locally, collected Jcderal formntlon ,n'HI,ltu of Ul0 trlt.ks of th8
revenue. Ihe Coas metropolU has ; al- hcalnon CWnce( tho Lonk8 aro
ways stood pat on Hawaiian measures runnlni ng u,ual Tliat indictments
01 "r,t Importance. against some ot tho big guns will fol-
, " ., , ,, , .Mow Is probably certain, though It Is a
Wasn't there something said about , aC8tlon wl)clIlcr t)l0 ovldenro
appeals In contempt cases when tho gathcr.d WU ha sufficient to secure
luunilUK Iiujier cuuiu jcai li o convictions,
playing uiue anu eveu wuu iue luhhbi
If memory serves corroctly ono of tho
Justices of the Supremo Court figured
somewhero ln tho mix-up.
Once upon a tlmo tho highest court
ot Hawaii read its law decisions from
the morning paper. Tho results wcro
to disastrous that It Is rather remark-1
able an attempt should be made to bring ,
l.m n aAnAllilnH iitl.ttn n nncta t a nllMlt '
to como beforo ttie Court
Governor Carter's condition Is still
very satisfactory and ho seems to bo
well on tho road to recovery. Ho
spent a very good night and was feel
ing comfortable today. His tempera-
turo was about 99 4-10' today. Tho
Governor Is still confined to bis bed
nnd it is expected that It will bo somo
little tlmo beforo ho will bo allowed to
(Continued from Page 1.)
"Do you wish tho Court to appoint n
lawyer to defend you7 '
"All right "
Judge Lindsay announced that ho
would appoint as counsel for tha de
fendant Judgo S. B. Kingsbury, who
accepted tho appointment.
After a short consultation between
Judgo Kingsbury and Fleming it was
decided to set Johnson's pica lor next
Tuesday at 9:30 a. m
Tho appointment ul judgo Kings
bury Is looked upon with great satis,
faction among attorneys and others In
terested In tho courts. Tho assurance
Is generally expressed that tho de
fense will bo In ovcry way worthy ot
tho great Interest taken In tho case,
and f great legal battle Is being looked
forward to with much expectation.
Judgo Kingsbury's reputation Is suffi
ciently shown by tho great numbor of
big cases in tho Reports In which ho
onnears. His specialty Is, however,
not so much In tho criminal lino as in
munlclnal and Stato Questions and fin.
anclol matters. Ho has had a largo
general experience, tho last place In
which he practiced beforo ho arrived
hero being Bolsso City.
SPECIAL CLUB CARS.
The directors of the Honolulu Mer
chants' Aesoclatlon this morning met
ln exccutlvo session and listened to a
report of tho special bommlttee appoint
ed to sound the business community
nnd arrange preliminaries for tho new
steamship, for which J. A. McCandlcss
has been so assiduously working, be
tween this port and San Francisco.
roe report of toe commltteo was
most encouraging- and It appears that
Honolulu business men are ready to
do their sharo toward the realization
of tho much-needed Independent line.
Tho proposition, as previously an.
nounced, Is one In which mainland cap
italists aro very much Interested and
there Is moro than half of the required
capital assured on tho mainland, It ro
mnlnlng only for Honolulu to come In.
While the line would nrobablr become
a fact with mainland capital alone, Ha
waii is given tho opportunity to Inter
est herself In tho enterprise and enjoy
Tho Merchants Association Directors
adjourned until Thursday next, when
somo definite action will be taken.
SAILED FROM YOKOHAMA ON
JANUARY 23 FOR THE STATES
8h HA8 TWO RUSSIAN OFFICER3
AMONQ HER PASSENGERS,
BUT THEY DECLINE TO
Two special cars will bo run tonight
for tho guests at tho University Club
ball. Tho first car will leave tho club
house at 12:30 and the second at 1:30
a. m. Tncso cars win run in every
direction, so that persons living In all
parts ot tho town will bo accommo
dated. A number of tho travelers arriving
this week havo already booked for a
trip to tho Volcano on the steamer Kl-
nau leaving nt noon noxt Tuesday,
THE LOOL STEAMER PROJECT
A) rivals of the past two days should
satisfy the most obdurate that tho vis
itors havo bogun to como: that It pays
to advcrtlso Hawaii; that results ot
any moment aro secured only through
an organized and sustained campaign.
In tho midst of tho gratification that
tho people are hero, and tho pleasant
task of making their stay comrortaoio,
It Is worth whllo to make note ot cer
tain outstanding facts In connection
with their coming. Of Immediate Im
portance 1b tho demonstration that tho
largest and best-equipped steamers are
the only carriers attracting a crowd.
Travelers able to tako tho trip to these
islands will have tho best, or look lu
another direction for their outing;
As well scok to compete against au
tomobiles with a spavined horse and
one-horso shay, as expect visitors
to be attracted to tbeso Islands by
steamers that wero first-class five
years ago. We find our local steamer
slighted for tho larger through-ships,
and tho local ship was a palatial liner
only a few years back.
It requires no great argument" to con
'vlnco thoso willing to learn, that tho
local liner whether controlled by local
capital or a San Francisco corporation
must run a close second to the through
steamers In size and passenger accom
modatlon. If a good-sized tourist pat
ronago is to be developed. Many lo
cal people and some tourists prefer
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Among the passengers on tho Sibe
ria today is Jas. It. Bell, the flour man
und a largo number of other people
from Minneapolis. Most of them are
stopping at tho Young Hotel. Many of
them will remain In Honolulu, whllo
the others aro en routo to tho Orient.
E. M. Boyd of tho Hawaiian Hotel
bclloves that tho unusual number ot
Minneapolis peoplo to visit Hdnolultt
Is duo to tbo visit of John Do Lalttm,
of Minneapolis, a wealthy man and
bank president. Ho was hero last sea
son nnd was fascinated with Honolulu
and tha Islands. Ho has n wtdo ac
quaintance In tho Minnesota city and
has been advising travelers to come
nera whether seeking health or pleas
Dr. W. S. Laton and T. S. Harris,
from Minneapolis, are stopping at tho
Hawaiian Hotel. Dr. Laton Is on his
way to tho Orient nnd leaves on the
B. B. Mongolia February lztn.
Other Minneapolis pcoplo to arrive
In addition to tho Bell and tbo Forman
parties arc as follows: S. T. Me
Knight. J. Casgrovo and Mrs. W. H.
A. E. Sace and wife, also of Minne
apolis, aro planning to visit Honolulu
und, through a friend, havo communi
cated with Secretary Wood of tho
James S. Bell and family aro regis
tered at tho Moana Hotel, having re
served apartments ln advance.
The Bell peoplo aro the manufactur
ers of tho famous Washburn brand
of Hour mado In "Minneapolis, U. S,
A.," and whose advertisement Is seen
In every magazine. Tho Bells will ro
main hero several months. Tho Bell
mill Industry Is ono of tho principal
manufactories of Minneapolis. Wash
burn Hour goes to every civilized
.ountry In tho world.
RENT and COMPANY
HAAUWAl m HUu
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, C-room cottaoe
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75x125; modern
HOU8E and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 00x80; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
OF READYfTO-WEAR APPAREL IS
NOW IN FULL SWING.
EVERY ITEM IS A BARGAIN, AND
THERE'S ENOUGH FOR ALL.
Ladles', Misses', Children's and In
fants' Wear at Greatly Re
If It's a dress, a skirt, a suit, a shirt
waist, or a coat that you are needing,
you cannot afford to miss this sale.
If the baby need, a bonnet, lawn or
silk, a1 dress or a coat, you'll find Just
what Is needed.
If the older children need school
suits or dresses, bring them down and
This sale .will continue for several
days longer, so If you have not been
able to get In yet,
gnjF DON'T GIVE UP THE IDEA,
DUT COME WHEN YOU CAN.
Kaauwal, tho famous native stoward
of King Kalakaua, died this morning.
Kaauwal was very well knowu to the
old-timers and presided over tho ar
rangement of moro than ono great
(east which King Kalakaua mado of
world renown. With tho passing of
tho monarchy, however, Kaauwal had
In look elsewhere for a .livelihood.
During recent years ho hus boon tha
Janitor for the buildings of tho Camp
bell estate down town. Kidney trou
ble was tho cauBo of his death.
CAN'T STAY 'OUT OF JAIL
Ah Chcong. a Chinaman, out of Oahu
tall Just flvo days, is back again. He
served a sentenco of several months
for stealing. Last night he started out
to eclebrato his relcaso from prison
bars and tho fart that ho was again
away from the cold and sombro walls
of tho prison. Ho got too drunk, want
ed to fight and finally became unable
to navlgato and Judgo Whltnoy gave
him sixty days In tho same old Jail
With three big ocean liners ln port
tho Siberia, tho Nippon Maru and
tho transport Sheridan and tho deop
tea-going vessels awaiting loads of su
gar nnd discharging coal, to say noth
ing of the numerous Inter-Island boats
nnd many others that run to tho
Coast, tho harbor has not appeared so
metropolitan and busy for somo tlmo.
The transport Is at tho Oceanic wharf,
tbo Nippon Maru at Hackfeld's, and
tho Siberia at tho Naval pier.
Charles Gordenor, ot the Opera An
nex saloon, arrested on a chargo of
embezzlement, had his caso nolle
pros'd ln the Police Court this morn
ing. Tho complainant, J. V. Kennedy,
failed to put in an appearance.
Mrs. F, J. Amweg was an arrival on
the S. S.. Siberia.
After ono of the most stormy and
dlsagrceablo voyages Blie has experi
enced for years, the steamer Nippon
Maru, which left Yokohama January
23, was tied up at tho Hackfeld wharf
at nbout 9 o'clock this morning. She
arrived off port at 10:45 o'clock last
night. She weathered a heavy gale
for seven days.
Among tbo passengers of tho Nip
pon Maru aro two officers of tho Rus
sian navy, but probably owing to their
uncomfortable necessity ot having to
sail on a Japaneso vessel, they are not
willing to tell of their destination or
ot anything else concerning them
selves. They are Lieutenant C. Jellsh
kevltch and Lieutenant V, Pavlow,
Of tho three passengers on board
tho Nippon Maru for Honolulu aro J.
A. Kcnncy nnd F. Latcmer, both of
Los Angeles. Tho other Honolulu
passenger Is O. K. Al, a local Cblncso
merchant, who Is Just returning from
a visit to tho Orient
One of tho most notable characters
on board the boat, on his way to San
Francisco, Is Lieutenant N, P. Wash
ington, who belonged on tho battleship
Maine, when sno was sunk in Havana
harbor. Luckily for Lieutenant Wash
ington, ho was on shore nt the tlmo
of tho explosion, but returned Imme
diately after and rendered sufficient
aid in saving soma ot thoso who wero
Hear Admiral meter of tho united
States-Navy, ln company with his aide,
Lieutenant J. It. Blakcly, was also a
passenger, and Is going to tho States
under special orders, which ho thinks
means retirement from active service.
Ho Is moro than 00 years of age, and
has been expecting to bo retired at
this time. Ho comes from Manila.
The passengers ot tho Maru consist
of 31 In tho cabin and a largo number
of Orientals, 172 of whom aro laborers
for Honolulu. 6 Chinamen for San
Francisco and 12 Asiatics ln tho steer
age. Thcro was 630 tons of freight
tor Honolulu. Ono ot tho Japs died
yesterday and will bo burled at sea
titer leaving Honolulu.
Tho Nippon Maru will sail this even
ing nt 4 o'clock for San Francisco.
(Continued from Pane 1)
She is accompanied by Miss Alice
Srlinllr. Infant and nurse.
Ijidy Hart, n well known English
woman, Is a through passenger en route
to Shanghai. She Is accompanied by a
maid and Is making a tour ot tho
Thcro wero 177 cabin passengers on
the Siberia, moro than a hundred ot
whom stopped oft In Honolulu. There
wcro only a few Honolulu pcoplo
Tho Siberia brought six steerage and
seven Asiatics for Honolulu. The ve
scI Is taking on coal today and will de
part for tho Orient nt 0 o'clock this af
With tho exception of two days of
rough weather tho voyage was mott
agreeable. Tho Siberia has 4040 tons
nf freluht for the Orient.
Captain A. Zeeder la the commander
ot tho Siberia, having succeeded the
l.ilo Cnntnln J. Trcmalno Smith, Ar
til 11 r O'Neill, who commanded tho ship
from Hongkong to the Golden Gale
after the death ot Captain Smith, Is
still with tho company as chief officer
dii tho Siberia. M. J. Buckley, wnu.
until tho last trip was the freight clerk,
has been promoted to n posltlou'ln San
Franc sco. Ho has succecdetl by J. r.
ilouruc, formerly tho assistant freight
Tho freight clerk's office and tho pur
ser's apartments in tho Siberia lmo
Lien combined Into ono largo room aa
Is being done on all the Pacific Mall
vessels. Tho room formerly occupied
by the freight clerk has been assigned
to the surscon. Dr. C. J. Pattou.
The Siberia was flvo days late, hav
ing been delayed In San Francisco on
Account of repairs.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nueh below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by' the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE8.
rwipmwuPt 9ttm miini
A shipment of Young Large Mules
All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Schuman Carriage Co.
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Meat Market Removed 3
We are now settled In our New Place of Business, sit- -3
uated on King Street, between Kekaullke and Maunakea
Streets, where we will be pleased to serve our patrons with ""
first-class goods In the MEAT LINE, In a first-class manner
and for prices suitable to the times.
i G. Q. YEE HOP & CO. 1
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERB & GO. Ltd
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER8, and DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF MEAT, FRESH, CORNED OR 2"
fZ SOMKED; ALSO FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES. '
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 5
7iiliiliiiltii UiilUiiiiiilUU iiiiii UUUtiiR
TENDERS FOR FURNISHING SO
LIQHT CONSTANT CURRENT
TRANSFORMER FOR THE
COUNTY OF OAHU.
Didders will mako proposals tor de
livery of machinery f. o. b. Honolulu.
Didders will stato shortest tlmo ot
such delivery after contract Is let. Tho
Commltteo on Public Improvements
and IClcctrlo Lights reserves the right
to reject any or nil tenders,
I. General Klcctrlc (50 light ono
circuit) Constant Current series Trans
former CO Amperes 2200 volts CO cy
cles with proper quantity of oil for
I. General Electric (GO light ono
circuit) Constant Current series
Transformer panel switch board com
plete, ot blue Vermont marble.
I. Suh-baso of bluo Vermont mar
bio with recording watt meter com
plete Sealed proposals will bo received at
tho office of tho County Clerk, County
of Onhu, until 12 noon, February 10,
3297 Feb. 2, 3, 6, 0, 7, 8, 9. 10.
(Continued from Page 1.)
situation here, this of course being In
timately associated with the Immlgra
tlon business. It appears to mo that
the entlro situation Is one that will
bear the most careful observation. The
plantations are going to get Oriental
labor If It Is possible, for at tho start
European Immigration Is going to prow
a great expense to the sugar men."
S. Ozawa is going to Japan to study
the labor market thcro. He frequently
takes trips to the Orient In connection
with labor, but on this occasion bhj
mission Is perhaps more Important than
any previous. In this connection It
was remarked this forenoon that whllo
tho Territory might act In the matter
of immigration there was some doubt
as to whether men could bo sent to a
foreign country from the United States
to solicit lauor to come nere.
Ozawa expects to be gone for a con
stderable period and may not return
until late ln the tall. On tho other
hand. If Rood fortune attends his mis
slon be will return much, sooner. He
may go to Manchuria and see what can
be done thore tor labor tor Hawaii.
Isn't It about time you bougKt somo
new matting? You should call and In
spect our new stock of Japanese and
Chinese mattings. Also Chinese Mat
ting Rugs, both plain and twisted pat
terns, and blue and white Japanese
Cotton Rugs. We have Just received
the largest stock ever brought to the
Islands and are showfng a full line of
colors and sizes.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO 8T.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS qF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets' and information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King. 63.
On -Sundays the Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr. Vi, leaves at 8:22 a, m.;
returma;, trrWea In Honolulu at 10:10
FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZR
WIRE CLOTH at
A, FEBNANDEZ & SON,
No. 44-CO King St, CCiey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8ts,j Tel. aln 189.
niank books ot all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Ushlng Company, i