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THE HONOLULU EPtmLIGA5r TUESDAY JULT 31, I9OT.
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We have just received a
Groceries. Cast your eye
CHEESE Fronage tfe Bris, Fraaaea is SsfgiiiBls,
Italian Paraess, Rsllasl or Edsss,
I'.OBZpjjIe Gilifsrnia. Fell Grian,
Imperial, McLaren's, LiH&argsr, Etc., Etc.
"fihlrtBH Uaf a dainty d!s Yea! Loaf, Citiase Loaf,
l:ais baf, Frank Bratwnrst Saasap, Hetworst Saosaga,
Lsnuine Han Sausage 'by Its paced, Scotch Hsrring In Ton: Saons,
Snails iGsnaiae Franc's , Srisislj Stealers. Etc., Etc.
Tel. 080. Orpheum Block. Grocers, g
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The Porter Furniture Go.
BETBDEL AND HOTEL STREETS
Chiffoniers T" '- : -" .
Kf . Side Boards
'Direct from Eastern Factories
received direc t from the
We have just
vehicles, EQUIPPED Wll 5 THE
on honor, built to wear, balan. to
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ffBUIES PATENT STRING. The W
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MOOF LONG DISTANCE AXLES, STEEL or HUBBER TIRES, and
desired. A cli.se inspection of each vehicle
VKOPY or FALLING TOP as
materials, and a finish that can-not
expert workmanship, the use of the best
be surpassed auywhere.
If you contemplate purchasing a vehicle do not fail to see these.
PACIFIC VEHICLE , SUPPLY CO. LT'D.
. BERETAJnA STREKT. - - Next to me ire annum.
They re made here, And They're Fine.
THE ANNEX COCKTAILS.
''-VERMOUTH, GFN. WHISKY. MARTINI
Hatoe touched Ihefancvofthe public palate. Made of the
"'' Choicest Ingredients with the utmost care. Put
up under our
7W n Snmnh Bottle. We Know lou ill Like J hem.
W. C. PEACOCK: & CO., Ltd.,
-Phone 4. Wholesale.
o. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,
new importation of Fancy 1
oer this list:- I
manufacturers, a shipment of tueaepo.
own laoci .
- Australain Steamship Line,
Marine Insurance Co.
Railway Co. ,"
Northern Assurance Go. (Fire
;-- - .Canadian Pacific
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool
Hardware Co., Ltd.
(prim aw Qsakrs !s
2, 3 and 4 Lisfct Chawleliers and
M6tsI and Glass -Lamps,
Paints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil. Cylinder oiL Drnamo oils,
r. Shot and "Cap. Agricultural
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated War.- f a.ti.i. riptioas.
Table Cutlerr. --
Plantation Supplies of
Hart's Patent " Duplex " Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
' Agents for
Made of steel and will In?t longer had
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands solicited
and promptly filled.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE OAHU ICE
& ELECTRIC 00.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from artesian
Youn OiJDER.s Solicited.
Telephone 3151. Blue.
P. O. Box. 600
A LIBERAL COMPANY.
The PB.OVIDEOT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSUBANCE COMPANY
of New York, furnishes
mavimum insurance at a
cost. The conipuuyjs as
libend in Its dealings with policy
hotel's as conservative and economical
inwingemeut will allow.
I. R. BURKS is the resident-manager;
olliceOIngooii JJuildin?, cor.
t MerchauSiid Alakea street,
.Room C upstairs;
ALL KINDS Ol
Horse Ftiniisliiiiff Goods
Planv.ulou Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
089 King Street,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
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a Tor Sale by
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STUBBS TALKS SF IIS TRIP. ;
HTI 5 JTOW EX BOfCXE TO 1.4 IS
To ?faV Interesting aad Important
IcqTilxies for Affricoltural
ORLEANS, La.. July U. Professor
William C Stnbbs of the experiment
station has received his 'commission
and instructions from the Secretary
of Agriculture, relative to his
Hawaiian trip, and -sill start this evening
for San Francisco to embark on the
Australia for Honolulu. His wife sill
accompany him. A reporter called an
the professor at Ms home last night,
and found him deep in the details re
quiring his attention incident upon his
departure and absence from the station.
Mrs. Stnbbs was sitting with him,
deeply interested in the study of some
books which had just come from the
press. She is an authoress and student
of literature, particularly of a
genealogical and biographical nature,
and In addition is the companion of
ner husband in his daily excursions into
the realms of scientific research so
dear to his heart.
"You see -where I am," said Professor
Stubbs.. as the reporter was about
to begin asking questions. "I am al-
m the condition that the trunk
cuan t,ot my name Into when he put
it on this new traveling case upside
down. I have a'plle of letters to answer,
and a bundle of instructions to
stuuy, and the details of the station td
look tfter, so you see I cannot talk,"
and he forthwith began to talk in his
own inimitable manner about the California
trip, his new experiments in
tea culture, his article on orange culture
in preparation for a great
the consideration and kindness
of Secretary Wilson, and other
tnti renting topics, but uot a word
about his mission to the Islands. The
reporter saw the ruse, for he was beginning
to learn the professor's modest
and to realize that it is almost
impossible to get him to talk
when his talk is apt -to disclose the
gieat importance of any mission with
which he may be intrusted.
"Wi 11, you know," said the professor
in answer to queries, '"it would not be
right for me to tell everything I know
about the. department business. I am
oniy nt out to look at things and tell
what 1 see, and certain lines have been
indicated upon which 1 am expected
to rei ort. 1 shall make a preliminary
report about September 1, and my full
report will be made after my return.
The instructions of the department
have been very full and explicit, and
covor every branch of my inquiries.
1 tan say,- however, that the general
scope of my investigations will embrace
the agricultural conditions in the
Islan'ls, the needa of tle people, and
the nost feasible lines upon which the
Government may establish an agricultural
experiment station or stations.
I ita. also add that these questions
"will 1 uve to be investigated, the con
ditions studied and reports made with
great attention to detail,-and to making
s iKsestions which may be made
susceitfble of practical execution. I
can iso ;eii ypu tna.t piy worK wm
bccui at least" ttftrtyJaViiln the Islands
xclustvc of time spent in travel
and in the preparation of reports."
Prciessor Stubbs explained in more
Jetafl some of the matters that would
be subjects of his study. The immense
field that he is expected to cover would
cause any man less perfectly equipped
for tie work to give up at the outset
"How do you expect' ia do U a.U?"
asked the reporter.
"Oh, 1 shall find the Islands full of
assistants. Dr. Maxwell, the director
of th sugar planters experiment station
ihere. went out upon my
He was associated with
me Or years, and J am depending
great.) upon him for assistance. Then
there is Clarke, his assistant, who was
here recently, but who is now in the
again, and, in fact, there are
thirteen or fourteen of my old pupils
ihere engaged in practical work upon
those lines, and they will all help
me g eatly. One curious thing. Among
my i ipers are several letters of introduction
tQ people prominent in the
fslan :s, Governor Dole and gthers, and
anioi. them is a letter to Mr. Shorey,
who ii an old pupil of mine, and whom
I out there some years ago. Ho is
nov Lne of their most prominent
question of irrigation alone pre-,
sents in the Islands stupendous problems
upon a. practical solution of
which immense interests depend. The
financial phase of the work and the
policy to b pursued hy the Government
with reference to the- work already
being done there by private and
public entsrprjsfl, the actjujretnept of
laud"- and the necessities of tho work
in the way of station and plant are all
immense subjects, which will necessarily
occupy the professor's attention,
but ipon these and other details he refused
to be interviewed.
He expects return aiJut th last
i at anu win nis re-
-I port to the Secretary at Washington in
GiPTftiX COOK'S G0MIX6
TO THESE JSLMDS
Recalled by Kapiolani Estate in
' Amended Petition in
The Kapiolani Estate, Limited, vs.
Alary H. Atcherly. Alice K. Spencer,
Rebecca Kinimaka and M. Percival
Kinimaka, has filed an amended petition
in Its ejectment srit The petition
is Soager than f JulF ?ra"
tion or the coming of rapid transit. It
gees back to Ae arrival of Captain
Cook la these Iands, and a royal patent
issued by KataefcameEa. IU ox August
SO, 1S53, vhea Honolulu the
rtndesvoas foe waalen - aad clothiBg
was little knowa aad Iittte wora.
The estate claitas that It received its
title frois Kalakaua loag: before he became
0re l-e i?ded
the sceer ot power. ' .
The pJlati waals defeadanta
frd "ILttacwiB oa; Paaclibocl
aad froas deer aa wua tareey
serves oa JtaJoKai.
TMecase bas".bei ta caartS'anl
eeiaeteiywstBceilSSS. cTae is
v,h!ch ".the original royal
recorded: has oeea destroyed by
aad HylBttar Bat the
d laystill te&g While taeaarta Tf
volves round tfee sa,?lbes are "bora,
KTOwroWdle 8dL pa lato tae realas
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OF PERSONAI, DTTEKEST
Mr. H. Tids has retarded.
W. A. McKay of Maai is ia tews.
J. McAalilfe kas retaroed to toro.
J. O. fetter, Jr, itarnedbr Slaaa.
Lavyr Calla&aa return! by ti
Judge C. A, Galbraith imd wife axe
" August Delineator now ready at Mrs
"Father Valentine returned by the
Geo. Andrew ras a pasengr by,
- Miss E. Kinney was a passenger by
the Claud ine.
W. Macfsrlane was a passenger home
by th Kinan.
If you are a guesser call at the Cleveland
asency aud pues.
H. S. Donnelly and I). Couway were
passengers by the Ciaudiiie.
James N. K. Keola has taken the oath
as Deputy Clerk of the Second Circuit
Mrs C. H. Fairer and Miss Hattie
Meeniona. were passengers by the
Thomas McTiga 7 ho Los bet. u at
Maui, for ijr Co. has re-
Today S. X. Nichols, the veteran Illinois
editor who is visiting the Terri
tory, leaves to tour Maui. .
Misses Pearly, Hart, Kealiiuoi,
and Garten were all passengers by
the last trip of the Claudine.
If you want to get the latere i i Runabouts,
call at tHeJPacitfc Vea: Je and
Supply Co. Reretania Street.
Eniil Pilgram has arrived in Houo
lulu from Hilo, with the purpose of
enlisting in the German contingent lor
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEJ
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate. At Chambers. In the
Matter of the Estate of J. C.
of Honolulu, Oahu..
The petition and accounts of the
temporary administrator of said deceased,
having been filed, wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined and
approved and that a final order be
made of distribution of the property
remaining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
from all further responsibility as such
It Is ordered that Friday, August ?.l,
A. D. 1900, at ten o'clock a. m., at
Chambers, in the courtroom of the said
court at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be
and the same hereby Is appointed as
the time and place for hearing Baid
petition and accounts, aud that all persons
interested may then and there appear
and show cause, If any they have,
why the same should not be granted.
By the Court:
JAMES A. THOMPSON.
Honolulu, Jply 20, 1900.
TENDERS FOR PRINTING.
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, H. T.. July 26, 1900,
Tenders for printing the biennial report
of the Board of Health, as per
specifications to be seen at its office,
will be received until 12 o'clock noon,
Tuesday, July 31, 1900.
The Board does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
Secretary Board of Health.
for the thirsty that's .our
soda. A delightful-cure for
"that thirsty feeling" which
is epidemic these Jpt sum
Our soda is pure and just
as cold as ice can make it
The real fruit flavors (no
artificial essences used) have
been a drawing caril for
years. We- never sldmp
Try a glass of fresh crushed
strawberry or pineapple
with a dash of appetizing ice
cream. Tbatfs the reason
for the crowds at ourfountain.
Hotra Drug Co.,
Fort & King.
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Baby Carriatfetbe same.
Full line of Wicker Furniture at prices never before quoted here.
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