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jT A I LEY'S
A Stearns Tourist Bicycle Guaranteed for
Ex "Edward May we
lot, More to follow.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery
227. 229, 231 EISQ STREET.
Telephone 393. p- -Box 441-
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(THE UNION ENGINE)
Sole Agents: THE YON HAM YOUNG CO. LTD
GRIMW00D, RICHARDSON & CO.
CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS.
PARKE & LACY CO.,
PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
H. N. COOK BELTING CO.
WIIITTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease
BYRON JACKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool
CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC CO.
Anti-Caloric Pipe and Boiler Plaster.
Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks,
PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL CO.
JUDSON DYNAMITE & POWDER CO.
MEESE & 'JOTTFRIED CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE.
CABBOHATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS
NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING
IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT f
Grcatjfariety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently
Our Vichy a Special Feature
Natural Fruits Our Own Selection
Our Ice Cream "par excellence" The Finest
FOUNTHP, COR, FORI 22 HOI 1L 31 5r
Noted as the Coolest Corner in Town
Benson, Smith & Co., ltd.
NEW SUMMER GOODS.
Jin Elegant Line of Ties, Skirts, Pijaits, Silk vA
Crepes, Kips, Etc., Etc.
Urge Stock of' liiies', 6uiU' iM S1UI
; King Street, Below Castle -& Cooke's.
P. 0. Box 441
are m W n ?mall
t t tTtttV
For All Kinds of Work
LAND AND MAHINjE)
Dynamos and Machinery
P. 0. Box 450
1 Bead The Honolulu
RIMRGE Of TIE GILD
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TBI! HWOWWjT? WKffiBKiflt IfWlWEMff, AT"J$t"(& & 1904
FIELBS OFFIOiEN XIITI.
A HTSBAKD BETUBS'S HOXE
TO YIKD HIS WIFE
But it Was All Due to a Mistake
and They Are Bemarried
Thsy Hava a Competency
SEATTLE. Aug. 10. A romance ia
domesUc life, in George H. Cutler
of Skykomlsh, Wash., and his wife.
Anna, of Enid, Oklahoma territory,
are the leading characters, was just
brought to light on Monday last far
the remarriage of the two in .the com
missIonerV office In St. PauL
The rich gold fields of the Klondike
have been responsible for a great manj
heartaches as well as demonstration
of Joy. But of all the entangles thi.'
may partially be attributed to the irregularity
of malls, probably none an
more interesting than that which robbed
a wealthy returned Klondiker of
this state of the wife he thought was
awaiting his return and would be overjoyed
at the good fortune that hap
overtaken him in the North.
The reverses of the past have, how
ever, been overcome by tie retieing ol
the marriage knot, and Mr. Cutler ano
his bride are expected west to their
home n Skykomlsh in a few days.
The story of the romance, as told by
Mr. and Mrs. Cutler after their mar
riage, to the St, Paul newspaper mea
is contained in the following.
A very novel wedding took place in
Court Commissioner Gallick's office
yesterday afternoon, and there Is quite
a little romance connected with it. The
contracting parties were George II.
Cutler of Skykomlsh county, Washington,
and Anna C. Cutler of Enid, Oklahoma
It was just thirteen years ago yesterday
jvhen Mr. Cutler, who was then a
railroad man, married his present wi'e
the first time. Things went along very
smoothly for a few years and their
union was blessed with two bright-looking
boys, who were named Martin
and Charles. Some time after, however,
things began to go backward for
the happy family. Cutler was unaole
to get any work. They owned a little
farm of 160 acres at Enid, Okla., ou
which they lived. Finally he went to
Montana to seek work and got a jo'j
at railroading, and things began to look
brighter. While In Montana he met a
gentleman from Boston by the name of
A. H. Barber, who was going to the
Klondike and wanted some sturdy
western man to go with him. M.
Cutler, who is a strong built man, six
feet in height .accepted the offer. He
accordingly sent his wife ?400 and told
her he was going.
This was in July, 1897, when the
Klondike craze was first on, and thev
succeeded in getting the last boat out
of Seattle for the gold country. That
was the last heard of him by his wife
for a Ion,; time. Finally the little
on the farm in Oklahoma began to
get in hard circumstances and were in
danger of losing the little tract of land.
As a last resort the faithful wife went
to the judge In their little town ami
told him about it He asked her if she
had heard from George in the last six
months, and if he had sent her any
money. She told the judge that she-had
not, and so he told her he would
grant her a divorce, and that by getting
this divorce she could save the
land. She didn't like to do it, but as a
last resort she finally consented.
All the time Mr. Cutler was in Klondike
and was striking some rich claims,
one of them which netted him and his
partner from Boston 55S.000 last year.
This spring he started for home an'l
arrived at Seattle on June 29 last, on
the steamer Garonne. He Immediately
telegraphed his divorced wife to meet
him at Omaha, Neb., with the
which she did- They came from
there direct to St Paul and were married
HOPES FOR PEACE BUT
IS PREPARING FOR WAP.
Uncle Sam Will Not Be Caught Un-
prepared if Actual War With
China Should Come.
NEW YORK, Aug. 10. -Preparations
being made by the war and navy departments
to facilitate the operation
of the American forces in China, noi
only in the advance against Peking,
but also tor a winter campaign, inai
cate that the administration, wnnt
hoping that a condition of avowed wu
may be avoided, intends to be prepareu
for it says a Washington special to ins
Herald. In anticipation of the north
ern part of the Uuif. of Chi Ia freezme
in November, quartermaster General
Ludmgton is making a strenuous effort
to land at least six months' supplies
At this moment Nagasaki is the
base of operations, but this base must
be "transferred to Taku, which can lr.
reached by land. General Ludlngton ia
arranging' for the transportation of 27,-000
tons of fuel to Taku. Thousands w
small campaign stoves have been sen;
to that point Heavy winter clothing
has also gone. The transports will be
withdrawn before the gulf freezes, and
additional supplies sent to the troops
must be sent via Che-Foo.
Brigadier General Weston, commissary
general of subsistence, is also preparing
to dispatch six months' supplies
to Taku. The Hancock, which recent!?
salled for China, carrying 973 men ana
twenty-six officers, conveyed sixty days-
rations for these troops, and this supply
will be greatly augmented. General
Weston has in contemplation the simplification
of commissary supplies sent
to Taku. He has called attention to the
inad visibility 'of sending canned
lobiter, maakrooaui. ptaeats.
pears, sardines, te, to Chiaa, aad it
UrwliMrsrft wrrfcd t tts ssptUei
wtH It UlUtxf to wd1r rtics zt
Ili'Mli nU a. fnr xtra lor smle
Muimnr sat ms il tring to
Coarol XcCook Says It Will & a
WASHINGTON, Aag. S. Cowal Ms-Cook.
at.Dawaoa.City, kujuife a
A to mining ia Alaska asd tke Kloadike,
In which he says:
"Favorable reports kaTe beea receiv
ed here concerning Forty Mile rniatng
camp. The Tasasa district In ATsski
Is creating- quite a stir and dividing
honors with the Koyukuk country. Men
who have come Croat the Taaana itiiT
they can get from Id to 30 cents of
pay dirt to the pari, and as they are
working in summer diggings, with only
from two to three feet to bed-rock, it
is as good as 51 a pan where one has to
go twenty-five feet to bed rock. Many
who left here with horses to take, them
overland from Fort Yukon to the Koyukuk
found It hard work to cross tha
iow, marshy country In tht section,
.nd hearing of the good prospects in
ihe Tanana, changed their course and
went to the new find, which Is about
125 miles from Circle City, directly
"Alaska Is destined to be a wonderful
mining country. The great necessity
now is good roads, good camps and
the prospecting of comparatively unknown
"Great dissatisfaction was expressed
at Dawson this spring" after the
by miners who had "worked for men
who leased mining claims from thft
owners. The laymen sign contracts to
vorkso many feet of the claim during
the season, the owner to receive 50 per
cent of the gold coming out of the
claim, the lessee agreeing- that all men
working the property will be employed
under a written contract by which tba
men promise not to hold the claim ia
any way liable for their wages. It nn
fortunately has turned out In hundreds
of cases that the cost of working the
claims has taken more than 50 per
fent of the output the lessees' share.
The men employed on the claims have
thus been deprived of the wages they
expected at the end of the season. Laymen
on rich claims do Tery well, but
he majority of Klondike claims cannot
be worked on a 50 per cent basis
with the current raVs of wages."
It Saved His Baby.
"My baby was terribly sick with th-
we were unable to cure hiir
nth the doctor's assistance, and as
ist resort we tried Chamberlain's Col
-. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy "
ays Mr. J. H. Doak, of villiams. Or
I am happy to say It gave Immediate
lief and a complete cure." For salr
y all dealers and druggists. Benson
'mith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian
Jreat Bargains in Real Estate
1. Business lot on Fort st; corner
Jt; about 8000 square feeu
2. Fine house and lot; 100x100;
3. One lot, McCully tract; '5xl50.
4. Two lots, Kawaiahao st; 50x100
5. House and 3 lots r.t Kaiulani tract
6. Four lots, Waikiki addition, neai
amp McKinley; 50x1 1 eacn.
I. Niue-year lease, wit- 2 Louses,
S. House and lot, Ilaniwai St., Ke
S. Ten-year lease and 2 houses,
10. Four lots, Kalihl, nea ku. ; st..
II. Three lots tear Diamond Head,
12. House and lot, with stables; 53i
3; Upper Punchbowl.
13. House and lot, wueen St.; 50x100.
U. Ten-year lease, with 2 cottages
ud store doing good business; 60x100
15. One share Walmea Hul land.
16. Eleven and a naif years' lease,
tth 3 cottages, grapes and other
17. Beautiful lot on Fort st, between
nhool and Vineyard sts.
18. Lot 100x110, with 2 new cottages,
19. Two lots, Waikiki road; 50x100
20. Five lots. Teach road, near the
Jl. Two acres land at Kalihl, Tith 2
uuses; beautiful country residence;
22. House and lot, Ilaniwai st, Ke-alo:
23. Lot on Fort st exteaUo.
24. Lot corner Wilder are. and
25. Lot S0x27S, Kins st. near
25. Three lots at Kallhir 80x95.
27. Fifteen acres of land juet above
28. .Fifteen acres of land, more cr
eiss. at Kaiina, near W. G. Irwin, Ssq.,
29. Lot 150x110, with 2 aous, at
.'ahuna. "- f
SO. House and lot, 48x35, Llliha
.treet below School.
3L Lease with building. School
32. Nineteen years lease and 6
5 minute; from FostoSc.
33. Stxteea uriCft aHjmnr Ieue,
oM,otf acTts a('oa:o(l3
,.. a a ? ca ids si-. .
For farther" irtkiliaff4y ta- -
Vt Ym Hir
f jt .
&'. :1- - i . - jv t,ri. a V-'X Jr- i' s-
KO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. L.. EVANS,,
Curbing, Black and
Soil of all Description foi
rJcSTlrJiys for Hire.
If you want to rent a bouse.
Ef you want to buy a borne.
If you want to seli your bouse.
If tou want to rent tout bouse.
If you bave scmetbing to auction.
Hill I T1 nsiii' 1 r
Jorner of Merchant aid Ulikei Sts.
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Importers ano Dealers !n
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Metal and Glass Lamps,
Paints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
louse Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions,
Table Cutlery, etc.
Plantation Supplies of
Sart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Hubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
Vlade of steel and will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands
uted and promptly filled.
BED wmm 'tt
Jobbing Promptly Attended ti
Watchmaker & Jeweler.
so. 8 king st. neas ntjtantj
P. O. Box 1020.
ALL kinds of
Horse Furnishing Goods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
639 Kino Street,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
letrtpilitii Meat Ci.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. WALLER, - - - Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
OB. 1. J. EUUIII.
Cores Baxxuax asv Alaxxa 8m.
OTFICS 10 i. it, 2 to
to 1 ju , T t S. r. J
J. ALFRED XAGOON. AttoraT at
Larr. Eemoved to Majjoon Buildinc
docaer Alake and.MafciaotStrUi
$40.00 will bay you a fine up to date Rambler Bicycle.
We sell these on the instalment plan for $5.00 more, easy
"We take old wheels in
all they are worth.
We have a number ot
we can sell at very low prices.
look at them.
We have a big supply
repair work in the Islands.
E. 0. HALL k
"S"K' I 1 1 t.;..;..t..;. ;; !;: M-
vwv v I"v"i" wv"s
420 Fort Street
FOR THIS WEEK we are showing
in our window for 12-Ao. A YARD.
These coods will convince voii we'
you, your money s
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to q
Alakea Street, Makai Merchant.
CVVTiMrVVVTV!tVriWVVV." V ..'
On and after August
and Shades now in stock
SACRIFICE to make
per "Andrew Welch."
9, all Electric Fixtures
will be sold at a GREAT
room for shipment to arrive
tH"M - ' - fr :: - yv"
THE TRUE CRITERION IS QUALITY.
The Attention of Connoisseurs is called to the
Superlative Quality of POilMERV CHAMPAGNE
which is being shipped to this country. In London,
the acknowledged Borne of Wine Connoisseurs, v. here
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE,
POMMERY Commands from Two to Six Dollars more
a case than other leg:ng Brands, as per figures taken
from Ridley's Wineitnd Spirit Trade Circular, London.
G. H. tl3MSI
MOET AND OHADOX
exchange as part payment and alljw
2nd. hand wheels in stock now ti u
It you want a cheap wheel call and
of SUNDRIES and also do the b$s:
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
c ; jjs;
- - - -
86s. to Ols.
1S93 70s. " 7C&
1 893 Es Ira Cuvee G 65s. M GG
1893 " " 20 79i3(L" Slb3d
1S93 " J USs. " 74s.
i U i ll t lilii iiii --K-H-
210 NUUANU STREET -
Have jnatjpened a Xevr anl Khe 'Line of Hearr PONGEE "'
SILK GOODS. FOR "
Sew,Shipniijni, pf.Saadar.Wo.o4 Bxs for HandkorchieiST.