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The Union Express Go.,
Office with EveningxBulletin.
'210 King Street
Wo move safes, pianos and furniture.
Wo haul freight and lumber.
Wo sell black and white sand.
Wo meotall incoming coast steamers,
we check baggage on all outgoing
G. H. Brown,
Is now open for business on Merchant
street, between Fort nnd
Estimates nmdo on overytlriug in
the plumbing line.
Phono - - -
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Kawniahao Street, Kewalo.
MILL WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Telephone White 121 : P. O. Box 5.V2
Orders Silicited. Prompt Service.
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity. Apply to
W. O. ACHI & CO..
10 West Kiug Street.
July 30 1900.
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King & Alakca Streets.
Meals served at all hours. .
First class in every detail
'. . , Proprietor.
15Doz. Ladies' White Shirt Waists;
do not fail to see them.
Our Ribbon Department is complete
our prices are " Bed Rock."
K. aj W '
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Sv ri& :,
Progress Block, Fort Street
Importation Direct From Switzerland
We have just received large invoices
of seasonable goods in every department,
W-S..S- Australia. Goods trill
be open and ready for inspection soon.
The Latest European Novelties
Suitable for Christmas presents; the largest variety of
articles ever imported by any store. The quantities
are not large, hence it behooves every woman in Honolulu
to watch our opening advertisements and sales '
SDecia!V7c have 2,000 dozen handkerchiefs for ladies,
gentlemen and children; no better assortment
will be shown anywhere; they are our own
portation direct from Switzerland. Our prices will be
Large invoices of silks will also be opened and we
call special attention to our complete lines of Taffetas.
Muslin Underwearlnlthi1s department we win
lead. Our prices are the
lowest, our styles the newest and our assortment is so
complete that ladies will find no difficulty in making
BOYS Cloth inrn "s department e have al--
- ready opened a complete large,
slock of -"Tush Suits, and Blue Serges and Tweed Suits.-'
Mothers' Friend Shirt Waists in all styles and
For All Kinds of Work
(LANS AND 2CABIXE
Dynamos and Machliwrj
(THE UNION ENGINE)
Sole Agents:! HE YON ILLM YOMG CO. LTD.
P. 0. Box 441
The CLEVELAND Bicycle Agency is with us
now, and will be at HOME where there are facilities to
properly handle that first class wheel. The stock will
be sold at reduced rates to make room for New
The STEARNS Biccle from $25.00 to $75.-00
still on hand.
"Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tiro in. nil sizes nt
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY CO., Limited.
227, 229 and 231 King Street.
The Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.,
CORKER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Has received per Australia from NEW7" YORK the world
renowned brand of Cigars.
This elegant CIGAR can bs purchased for Five Cents Only.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
For one month only in all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Grass Cloth varioas colors). Handkerchiefs
Pongee Silk forShirti or Skirts, etc,
A IIum.u hit . . -
AAA if 111 Af
UUU AIM. CHI MHI OI 'Above Hotel
TH"f SOLD SCHXMZ 07 TWO
STXAXQZMS TO SOS A
The Sale of Jim Dodd's Place Tu
Made to One of Them and Vov
the Money is Hot Forthcoming.
Darinz the latter part of last mouth
the sale of the late Jim Dodd's place at
aitiki beach was made by auction. The
price at which it wa knocked down was
Srt.000. One hundred dollars were de
posited to bind the hargain. and since
then the executor of Dodd's estate has
not sen any more of the purchase money.
The property was purchased for two
men named Hart man and J. Collinsoa.
the latter known here as the "Boxer."
The two men bought the place ostensibly
for the purpose of opening a beach resort-Soon
after the sale took place tlie
"Uoxer" disappeared and Ilartman was
left responsible for the purchase price of
the property. lie has half the amount
and is trying to raise the rest-,
There seemed to be no reason for the
"Boxer's" disappearance, but if the talk
that is suing the rounds now is true
was compelled to leave for fear of running
foul of the police.
On the 27th of September a young mil
giving his name as R. A. Uart. who had
been in the company of Collinson a great
deal and whom the "Boxer claimed to
be guardian of, went with a woman of the
half world named Pearl Young to Father
Valentine to be married. For some reason
which the priest cannot explain h
Itecame suspicious of the couple, and noticing
that the young man was under the
influence of liquor, refused to perform the
ceremony, though they had been regularly
licensed to wed by J. II. Boyd. The
couple went away very much disappointed.
The next day, which was the day
the Thomas was to leave for China. Collinson
and the young man stowed away
on her and sailed toward the Orient.
While in town the young man. whose
real name is not definitely known, went
the pace that usually ends in ruin. lie
spent money like a prince and was usually
in the company of the woman whom
he pretended to want to marry- He bad
a bank account at the Yokohama bpecie
Bank und his checks on. that institution
were signed with the name "Lord Ogil-vie."
and they were honored, too.
It now transpires Jiat the motive the
young man had for marrying the woman
was robbery, and possibly murder. Thj
aim was to get possession of jewelry and
diamonds which she owns and which ore
said to be worth about $10,000.
The same night that the priest refused
to ierforra the marriage ceremony rhe
woman overheard a conversation between
the '"Boxer" and his supposed ward which
made her fear for her life and valuables,
and when she brought the men to task
about the matter they were very much
surprised und not a little afraid that
she would bring the matter to the attention
of the police. It is fop this reason
that the men skipped on the Thomas.
It is probable that uot merely robbery,
bnt mnrder, was intended, as ir' third man
who was often seen with the two principals
almost drowned the woman at the
beach several weeks ago while she was in
bathing at Waikiki. On that day she
had worn several thousand dollars" worth
of jewelry, and it was known that she
had a couple of' hundred dollars in coin
The gay woman of the half world, wlu
prospers under police tolerance, feels
much relieved since her ardent wooer loft
here, but Ilartman, who was an innocent
dupe, is out and injured.
Notice to Importers.
At a meeting of the undersigned
shipowners and agents held In this
city on October 5, 1900, the follow! ag
resolution has been unanimoaslv
Resolved, That all merchandise landed
upon any wharf in the harbor cf
Honolulu from steam or sailing vessels
will be at. the risk of the owners or
consignees, and if not removed within
twenty-four hours after 5 p. m. of the
day on which it has been landed will
be stored or left on the wharf at the
risk and expense of the owners or con
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.
C. BREWER & CO., LTDJ
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.
THEO. H. DAVIE3 & CO., LTD.
H. HACKFELD & CO.", LTD.
W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Honolulu. October 6, 1900.
The City Office of the
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.,
Is in the Magoon Building, Boom 1,
corner Merchant and Alakea Bts.
Tel epone Main : : 391.
Dairy Telephone Blue 3171.
A. B. DOAE, Manager.
Hawaii Shimpo Shi
.THEKoneer Jananese Printing Office.
LToePabMsher of "HAWAH SHIMPO,'
the only daily Japanese
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
- Editorial aad PriaUag OMee, aear
bridtfluac Street. P. O. Box 907
Cut and. Bruiaes Quickly" Healed.
"For three days and Eights I suffered
agony eatald from as attack cf. cholera
tnortms broaght on by eating; 'cu
cumbers. says 3L. EL clerk
of the district court, Centerril'e,, Iowa.
"I thought I sb.oo.Id, surely die and
tried a dozea different medicines, bat
all to so purpose. L seat for a bottle
cf Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved
me entirely. I Trent to sleep and
did not awake for eight hoars. On
atrakecing a few hours ago I felt so
gratlned that the first work I do on
going to the ofSee Is to write to the
manufacturers of this remedy and ofTsr
them my grateful thanks and say, GoJ
bless yon and the splendid medicine
you make; This remedy Is for sale
by Benson, Smith & Co general agents,
Territory of Hawaii.
For Sale !
THE PRICES IRE RIGHT.
OXE PACING TKAM.
OXE PACIXG SINGLE DItlVEK.
TEX HEAD IIACIC HORSES.
OXE FAMILY CARRIAGE TEAM.
The alote an? all guaranteed ound.
gentle, young animals.
Also several 3-minute and better Road
Said B to A the other day,
Together as they sat,
"Let's yon and I
Each go and bnv "
And A inquired, uBuy What?"
Wiley's ironing Tables
"Dcn't you delay;
Make haste," says A,
The public does the same.
Of all the tables in this town
They bear the greatest name.
For sale by
H. F. liERTELMANN'S SHOP,
Opposite Wall, UL'hols Co.
ALL KINDS OF
Horse Furnishing Goods
Plantation Order Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
039 King Street,
J. H. FISHER & CO.,
Members of Honolulu ifixoliange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
Progress Block - - Corner Fort and
The arrival of a largo shipment of
.STYUSH land UP-TO-DATE-
furniture compels us to make room
in every nook and corner. To do
this we must close out on different
lines now in stock. Last week we
advertised a sale of Gunn's Office
Desks and realized tremendous results.
This week our sale will be on
HANDSOME BED BOOT SETS
in GOLDEN OAK,
and CTTRLEY BIRCH. ,
Our prices on these sets are invariably
and undeniably the lowest in
We cordially invite you to call and
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
Progress Block - - Corner Fort and
' Beretania Streets.
Bath rooms, Vestibules, Verandas,
Green-houses, Kitchens, "Walks, etc
Call and .see our Mosaic Tile Stove
We are prepared to furnish and set all
kinds of Tile.
Monuments lettered and cleaned on
Estimates given on application. ""
UNIUM IN! FEICE '
.1 MIIIEITU GO.
E: O. HAMi & SOfl, Iitd.
BICYCLE f'OElAITXENT.1kISa ST, NEXT BULLETIN OFFICE.
f Just arrived per S, S-' Australia
Enamel and GnarantewL Simde.
or Double Tube Tires.
E. O. HALLs & SON, Ltd.
BICYCLE DEPARTMENT, KING ST, NEXT BULLETD OFFICE.
Comer Fort and Bervtauin Sts opp. Fire Station.
ATTESTIOK" LADIES !
READ THE BARGAINS BEL-OW.
Artificial Flowers, per bunch $ 20
Feather Tips 25
Feather Boas 3 50
Feather Colors ..,...-. . . 75
Hat Crowns, Hat Ornaments, ,
Hat Bands, Hair Pins, Belt Clasps,
Sunshades and Umbrellas.
Sale only lasts one week.
ALBERT BLOM, Prop.
build u .
Irko fantixlmcAMmt r
1 JB. ll' VIInI.bHl..llI LlTWIIfT,! Iir I
. .f, i
Tor Sale bg AH Dealers.
, $ i ; ,; ..$ , ,:, .;..;, .;. t ; i p i ;, ; t n t I !
THE GREATEST TABLE WATER ON EARTH ?
Bottled at the Springs at the foot of the famous 31ount Shasta in
SHASTA WATER and SHASTA GINGER ALE
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Y ' 1 1 '! IliHIiiHtl'ti Hi
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SirfSw 5fe?Sv3ll.k?yyauSS&4 iSTH . ,- &; fctV
Are healthful, invigorating drinks which nourish the system while ?.
, pleasing the palate. ?
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SOLE AGENTS TEIUUTOBY OF HAWADT,