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F.VENWU nULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., THUnSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1900.
A dressy affair for any oeeailon. Very much out of the
ordinary nnd Justly popular for Its fine fitting qualities, a
satisfactory accompaniment for a party gown, or equally ae
ceptablo for less formal occasions.
HONOLULU STOCK F.XCHAKGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 20, 1906
The Itcslorer will urobaiil) get nway
fur Mldua) about C o'clock Hits Men-
lug, taking villi Iiyr llio launch lirotn.
ira, mill iiirjluc Captain MoCcalt ami
Captain I'illsbury li ouww nnd dl-
icct tlic work of sailing the Mongolia
Work lias been hurilnil all day, sitting
taokle aboird The Job piou-d to ie
n hcay one and wa. not completed
I'tilll late this afternoon.
No further word has liccn rcccUtel
from (lie Mongolia during the day, nnd
to far on Is known, llieic lias been no
change In (ondltlonn Mire. A rumor
was going nliout tlio lown this mom
hie lint slip lind been floitcd, Imt
llieie wni no foundation for li nlner
than the fertile lmlglnnllnn of romo
one who knew no nioro nliout the lint
icr iti in lil i neighbor.
Although nothing lias hecn licird In
leg ml to the in liter, It l rtgnnlul ns
moic tli in ptohihlo tint the J.ipnnc'c
training k1iIi Ar.ignnn has by thw
limn put n lino nlioaid tlio llongolh,
nnd nlthougli It In hardly probable th it
Bh) could, succeed In pulling the
wrecked csscl HIT tlio reef. It In
(thought tint olio (an prevent nn fur
ther danger of the .Mongnlk drifting
Into nny worse position tlnn she is
, - - - i m,w 111
' The oil slenmer Hnscrrnns Is hIIII
vvvvut'vvvwwvvv.yvvv4ivvAfVwvflW(ii oidiro from her owners In
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c rcg mi iu going iu .miiivmij.
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NAMB OP STOCt- i P. 14 Up E z I
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
FORT STREET 3
C Rrett ft Co .
Pw Plitititlo. Co .
IliwulUn Arrlrulti.fi Col
HonomuSurar Co .
HonoVn Sm Co ,
HtlVn Svcr io-
Kh.iifii I 'lint it I tin Co
KiMt Plantation Co LtJ
Klpstnulu baff Co t
q1aa $U(rr Co .
Mcllfrd Co mm
Cih i Sue r Co HHM.
Onomti Sugar Co ,
8UaLufii Colli ..
IawaIii Cm .
1 I Paiuritii Sujrar linti"o
I PAcifiCM.. ji.m .
1 Pi riintmioi l :a
Ptpttkci SuAI Co
t'tutlrfr Mill to .....
VlUi AKrkultural Co
WfHUtuSurir Co Scr
WUn Mllttto ...,.
ntT-IUrtd Stairt N Co
Hawiiun FUctrlcf o -HcnKTfc
Hon U T 8: L Co Cm -Mutuil
Oihu K L Co -..
Hon U. CtM I to,...,
rut ifTi pc
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AMERICA MARU . . .
LEAVES FOR ORIENT
The housewife wants the flour
that contains the greatest
food value gluten.
ALL GROCERS AND
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., LTD,
!Uw Tcrr'l i? C.
Ha Oov s p cWrHW
C All Suit Ktf Co Ipc
HalkaSuftar Co spc .
Miwtom A SugCo $ pc
Htlo If kCoCtti6DC.
Hon H T k. t Co 6 p c
Kabuxu runi v.ohpc
OfhuK&t LU6m: ,
Uahti Suar Co u p C
j aa sugar ui a p (,
tnlii In l.n n itnlinsl In lit th Mur-
, lou t hlhott. which she. wan III lOtt lo W?"u.Ac,icCo6.r.
Monleiiy. go uniier ner nun mil, i nr i k my
I ltoiecrans lo remain hero and nnlt fori
iiixtriutlutis 'the r.ullln Mult Ii.im
been tnnl.liig Btienuous efforti to bo-
I chip tho ferUi-ps of this erel to ns-
I Blst lii Euhlng Iho Mongolia, liiit oi
in count of Iho k:U(Hj of oil In r.ccr.il
'ilum, there bpiius to Im iiiurli tiluct
linen on llio pait or llin uiwlfl ounen
111 lKtlng her go. Captain .Mctcilf
staled Oils morning that be was si III
hopeful of hilng llin ltoteeriiii sent
lo Midway, but lint the miller was tl
to;, i ,
PACITIC MUTUAL FACTS
If we want to Inspect Iho picking
bouses and put libels nil i.iniud pihuIb
Interuiat" conimeree ttllo ns lint u
3 lies ll( iwu iiTTo li iIh lUK Oiioiiiea,
i0, 10ft tlnoinei. in; ", W.ilaliia,
$TJ.r,0; 10 Ilnw. Sug. Co ?3,r,0. Scs
Blon: lOKjhcl ?3M, 5 Kllicl. $nco.
Latest suar quotation, -1.125 cents,
or $82.50 pri ton.
SUGAR, 4.125 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s, II 14(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND COND DROKCRS.
Mombcrs Hon. Stoek and Bond Ex
change. 512 FORT RT TEL. MAIN 12.
The Company sustained only one death loss attributable directly to
the nwful disaster of April 13th last.
The Company's San Vrancleco Home Office Building, destroyed by fire,
wao fully covered by Insurance In standard companies.
Tho land upon which the 3an Francisco Home Office Building stood
has not depredated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
lias rather appreciated In value.
San Tranclcco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to $298,400.
were protected by real estate valued at $433,000, with Improvements, only a
nart of which were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve,
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of 57fl,000.
The vaults withstood the fire and tlieli entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now In our Los Angeles Home Office.
.Tine Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has near y
6100,000,000 of Insurance In force; baa an annual Income j of mora than ?V
IS. and has surplus to policyholder, of about $1,000,000.
Under tho California Insurance laws tho stockholders, whoso wealth Is
cstlmat-d about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of tho Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA lo the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, nnd lias done a conservative and progressive buslnecs
for tblrtv-nlnc years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do' J. N. RUSSELL, JR.. Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to ou, these are the FACTai
ULiniun , MUicniru,
610 FORT STREET.
Vou Are Today
To obtain the best results In portrait photography it Is, of
course, highly necessary that all conditions be favorable. Modern
cameras, properly arranged oky lights, ample studio, and other va
rious photographic paraphernalia play an Important part in the final
Yet, above all this, Is the, skill of the artist
How much different will be two portraits made-by the same
camera, but by dllferent operators. One, merely cold, flat, lifeless
the other glowing with a personality, cuggcstlve In pose and show
ing a masterly use of light and chadow.
We claim to possess the cklll and natural nrtlsttci sensibilities
necessary to portray a true characterization of our subjects.
Our portralts'will curcly please and every one will be given
The ranchman without
like his brother without a horse,
One is as
necessary as the other. In fact, he values
the hat so highly that if there was only
one left, he would trade the hotse to yet it.
We hive llio Slclvon S II "1 Derby
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
Cor. Merchant and Fort St.
Tli e S. S America Marti, which left
fan Kranclsco for Hongkong Septein
Icr HUi, docked, at 8:30 this morning.
Commander Going reports fair weilli
tr with tho exception of tho first
twenty-four liouFg out of San Trau
ctsco. She carries a full cargo and Is
tndcaotlng to reach her destination
by September 30, on account tof tho
l.eavj nthanco In tho tariff, of nearly
f0 per tent , which goes Into effect Oc
tober 1, On this account her stay
koto was bilef, continuing her o
age nt midday. Tho passenger Hat
Included Hex. J. A. Welboiirne, lipid
copal missionary to Yokohama; Miss
M. Kninnlinrn, h Japanese teacher who
la returning to Kobe after graduating
from Mllbl College, Oakland, Cal ; 11
A. Klualcy, i prominent Standard Oil
man, for Shanghai; 3, W. I'rlco and
1 ride, for Hongkong; Iluw I'ather !.
4. Stockman, of tlio Santa llarbarn
Mhston, who Is on n tour of tho
world. Two hundred Asiatic passen
geis will bo tnkeu ou nt this polnl.
The It. M. S. AornngI nrrhed this
morning from tho xottth. bringing n
lirgo pisi-cngcr list, only ecn of
whom were for Honolulu, alt the bil-
nneo being In IranMl for the Coast. Shu
left Ililxbine on the Gth and Sua on
the lllh. Sho called nt Tanning Is
I mil ou the Kth, arriving olT this port
nliout 11 o'clock last night and dock
lug, nt 8:30 tlil-f morning.
She carrlcf a iiumhsr of notable pas
sengers, among them being Mnlor-drn-
cral II. rinii. who It ii) Just finished bla
term tit i.crwte In chirgu of llio .Mis
Italian Coinmoiiwiulth Servlto and &
returning borne to i:nglaud; C. II He)
nobis, nmnngtr of Iho l'aclde Cahlft
clitlons, and Pordliain Johnson, man
nger of the 1'IJI Sugar Cumpiuj'H nillW
nnd pbinlitloiis at Knvua.
'Iho Aorangi brings no freight for
Honolulu, but carries about 1000 tans
In trnnsll for Const poiti. She teporli)
the wralber linn thioiigbout the voj
tige, with llglit winds and moderate,
(ouliisril seas slnro kalug Km a.
Strong currents setting lo tho west
ward were encounteied nil the wa
The Aorangi leaves at 3 o'clock for
Victoria and Vantomer.
HEAT vs. COST
If you will consider the cost of the
wood alcohol you use In your chafing
dish lamp and compare It with the ex
pense of cooking on a gas stove you
will take to the latter at the expense
of throwing away the chafing dish.
Gas will heat your cooking utensil In
shorter time and for less money than
any other fuel. It le the most eco
nomies! apd cleanest for every pur
pose. If you doubt this we will give
you a dot plate with two burners. to
aid In convincing you that we are
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd. !
Beautiful designs In Brooches and S
2 Dress Pins. 9
Enameled and plain Scarf Pins at all
Signet Rings from $2 50 up. Engraved
Gem ana Plain Rings at all prices.
Culf Links, Stick Lockets, and a va
riety of other goods, which I will
be pleaced to show you.
M. R. Counter,
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
RICE- & PERK5NS,
The ISLAND MEA'T
Is In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
C GOLD j
? GOODS. j
tum vtad iimwIm
go- . and mm 2m1uL .
Rainier Bottling Warks WlIlHflHi
TELEPHONE WHITE 1331, U I IMH
On any reasonable quest at any
reasonable task a Bulletin want ad.
will usually make good.
The Globe sells It cheaper.
Autos for bile at Ter. Stables.
Scissors, saws, sharpened. Webb's.
Wlilto steam autos. Stoekyds stable.
Host rup of isffeo In tbo city. New
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, $1 CO and $2 per week. 1212
Houhlo bill at SeaIdc tonight. Uanco
in honor of lulling elllors nnd olllierri
nnd lailles of Hie six mum.
Treat jour Iron roof to n coat ot
"Arabic." Thcio Is no better preserv-
ntho made. California Toed Co,
Niw- goods nro ready at Illom'j.
tjidlea mmlln umUrnoar, nklrt-wuliiUi
cklits, (hlblreii'n dresset, mid ladlts'
Wulklk! Inn la now owned by W. C,
llcrgin. Accommodations, supplies
and nttendanca absolutely first class.
I'liicst bathing on tho beach.
Hemember a dcllcloiiB dinner nt the
noniihr nrlio of ono dollnflls sered
cery ccnlng on tho gront eml-ilr-
(iilnr lannl or tho Keasldn Hotel, lion
Milan for tho money mid coolest place
In town lo dine.
MANY DIFFERENT KINDS.
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Cloth
Floor, Hat, Window, Bottle,
Sanitary, Bath, Radiator,
Tumbler, Furniture, Crumb,
Brlc-a Brae, Dust, Feather,
Hoof, Mane and Tall, Scrub,
Shoe, Stove,' Polishing, Silver.
Also Spider Brushes for
8EE OUR WINDOW DI3PLAY.
t J Vt , LIMITED. I
109 KING 8TJIEET. 'PHONE 240.
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, MONUMENT8, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
1 .HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A. MONUMENT WGRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 887.
STOCK YARO LIVERY AND BOARDING 8TABLE8.
lASEseataSvAilllllllllllk i BIIIIIIIUS(4aBI
fiicHHHBaleiLLB ti.H''K -eLnTtB
AND UP-TO-DATE LIVERY, WITH PRICES TO 8UIT '
THE TIME8-. ,
Picnic and Wagonette Parties
We have a fine new $3,000 6-horse 24 passenger Surrey for
the Tourist, Picnic and Tally.Ho trade, that can be engaged for
20 or more passengers at the rate of $100 per passenger for the
day. We have automobiles for hire.
E. H. LEWIS, Proprietor, '
Td .'Main 4 J
FOflT ST. OPP. LOVE Bllfo
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla 8ts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
t We are atwaya'ln the lead for Pure
Soda Water of the Best Quality.
New management; latest methods.
Prompt attention to orders and quick
delivery. Everything manufactured
under practical supervision.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 7 J
Q. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Ladies' White SilK
In 6, 20 and24 Button Lengths
K. FUJITA & CO.
ARTISTIC CABINET WORK AND
NUUANU 8T, OPPOSITE KUKUI.
Direct from the Manufacturers
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E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.