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homes of Honolulu
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1899.
Fetty Officer of Coptic Attempted to
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1 MR. 1 Ell'S ESTATE i
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Michael McMann, an under officer of
the Coptic, wns arrested at the gate of
the Pacific Mall wharf this morning for
having opium In possession. At 9 o'clock
he was taken to the station house by
Inspector McCaulay. Having to leave
by his vessel, he was given a hearing
promptly, pleaded guilty and fined $150.
Four .tins of Hongkong opium were
found on the person of the man. Two
tins were fastened around his legs above
his shoe tops. He had evidently landed
stuff the same way before, and It was
by the merest accident that It was dis
covered this morning.
Invitations for the wedding of Miss
Itebecca Panul to Stephen N. Lukua,
have been Issued. The wedding will
take place -July 3, at 7:30 p. m., at the
home of the brldo on School street. Mr.
Luka Is the government school teacher
t An assessment of fi per cent on the
stock of the Kamalo Sugar Company,
b&lmlted, will be due and payable on
IJuly 1, 1899, ut my office, Merchant
1 FRANK HUSTACE,
Treasurer Kamnlb Sugar Co., Ltd.
All stock of Klhel Plantation Compa
ny on which second assessment has not
been paid by July 1, will be sold as de
J. P. COOKE,
Certificates 901 and 906 of Oahu Sugar
Certificates 402 and 403 of Hawaiian
Transfer has been stopped. Finder
will be suitably rewarded If certificates
are left at the Star office.
Notice is hereby given that the stock
books of the Haiku Sugar Company
.win be closed to transfers from Tues
day, the 27th, to Friday, the 30th Insts.,
J. P. COOKE,
Notice Is hereby given that the stock
books of Pala Plantation Company
will be closed to transfers from Tues
day, the 27th, to Friday, the 30th Insts.,
A large double standing desk; in good
condition; Is for sale at a bargain. Ap
ply to I X L corner Nuuanu and King
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of stockholders of Ono
mea Sugar Company, held this day,
the following gentlemen were elected to
P. C. Jones, president; vice J. B. Ath
C. M. Cooke, vice-president; vice P.
C. Jones, elected president.
E. F. Bishop, secretary; vlqe W. A.
Edward Pollltz, director; vice E. D.
(Signed) ' E. F. BISHOP,
Secretary O. S. Company.
Honolulu, June 22, 1899.
38 Big Mules.
6 Draft Horses.
1 Heavy Draft Team.
1 Surry Team.
2 Saddle Horses.
1 Pair Ladies Ponies. ,w '
1 Saddle nnil Hnrness Combined.
.? 3 Ladies Drivers.
i 7 -2 Gents Drivers.
fi, 1 Handsome Surrey Horse.
U 4 Buggies.
j , t 2 English Traps.
' " , 1 Ladies Shopping Cart.
2 Road Carts.
11 Sets Double and Single Harness.
4 Saddles and Brldes.
Anything and everything In this line.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.
Corner Alakea and Queen streets.
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFEK
Burglar and Flro-Proof Safe De
Offices. Fire Insurance.
Property Taken Caro Of.
Stock and Bond
Woll Organized and Reliable
Can Manage Your Proporty Eco
nomically and Wisely
OEO. R. CARTER, Treasurer
407 Fort St., Honolulu
CITY OF COLUMBIA HAULS DOWN
THE YELLOW FLAG.
The Passengers Quarantined From the
Nippon Maru Come Ashore JuBt After
Noon Today Danger Past.
The yellow flog is hauled down. The
Cfty of Columbia Is out of quarantine.
The Nippon Maru's passengers are
ashore. The fear of bubonic plague Is
at an end.
The quarantine period of those on the
City of Columbia was up at noon today.
The physicians of the Board of Heatlh
reported that no Bymptoms of the dis
ease had developed, and thereupon
those In quarantine were authorized to
be landed. Commander Pilot Macaulay
brought the City of Columbia Into the
harbor Immediately after noon and an
chored In naval row, not far from the
lighthouse. The cabin passengers were
brought ashore Immediately on the tug
to tho Klnau wharf. A good many of
their friends, In expectation of the ev
ent, were down to meet them. All ex
pressed themselves as glad to be home
Dr. Monsarrat who went from here to
Manila on the Conemaugh, says that
vessel lost two blades of her propeller
fifteen days out from this port, and for
the rest or the trip made only about six
knots an hour. She arrived there safely,
nowever, and lie was In Manila for fif
teen days. He has a very poor opinion
of Manila and was glad to leave It.
Notwlthstadnlng this fact and the fact
that he was seven days In quarantine
In Nagasaki and ten days here, he Is
looning,ln robust health and has gained
Mr. and Mrs. Wlchman were met on
the wharf by their children and a num
ber of friends.
The Chinese and Japanese steerage
passengers were taken to the quaran
tine station to he sent from there to
TYPHOID UN KAU.
PUNALUU, Hawaii, June 26. At 8
o'clock on the evening of June 20, the
heaviest earthquake of years was felt
at Punaluu. A lighter one was felt the
An epidemic of typhoid fever Is
threatening this district. There have
been two deaths within a very few days
of the disease. The Jailor's wife died
on the 16, and two of his children are
now down with the same ailment.
TO STUDY ELECTRICITY.
E. T. Dreler, son of August Dreler,
sailed by the Coptic today for the East,
where lie will take a thorough course
in electrical engineering. Beslfles a col
lege course he .will enter the Westing
house works at Pittsburg for practical
training. Mr. Dreler will likely Join the
rapid transit company upon his return
Illinois Steel Company Is Replacing Its
CHICAGO, June 15. Slavonic labor
ers are being Imported by the wholesale
Into south Chicago, tagged like express
packages. The majority are promptly
given employment by the Illinois Steel
Company. United States Immigration
Inspectors have been watching this big
influx ana are convinced that there
have been many violations of the con
tract labor law. One batch of men has
been sent back to their native land, and
efforts are being made to get evidence
sufllclent to return 2000 more, who have
arrived in south Chicago since last fall.
Ever since the steel company began
to displace Its American. Irish. Welsh
and German employees with Slavonic
labor, there has been a steady stream of
tne foreigners pouring into south Chi
Marshal Brown has ordered Daly, the
Owl lunch man, off the streets under
the law relating to common nuisance.
Mr. Owl man Is now thinking of getting
up a petition to President McKlnley on
the subject. He said Saturday night
that he was sure or 1000 signatures.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Voss entertained
a number of friends Saturday evening
in honor of the twenty-llfth nnntver
snry of their marriage. The reception
was held at the residence on Here
tonia street. A pleasant social pro
grain was carried out nnd nil thor
oughly enjoyed the occasion. All of
the presents were silver.
Sparkling and neat, full of vim are
Hunan s shoes. Mclnerny Shoe store.
The Honolulu M.essenger Service de
liver messages and packages. Tele
The Hawaiian ukulele makes the best
souvenir, as It is made by natives and
of koa wood, a strictly native wood
Those on sale by yie Bergstrom -Music
vunipuuy uru guurumueu 10 ue wie gen
When your Bicycle, Qun, Typewriter,
or any article or line mechanism
needs repairing, nnd wo will
SEND FOR AND DELIVER WITH
OUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Tennis Rackets Re-strung.
Finest Ennmelling Department In
the city. In fact repairing done in all
Wo employ only the best skilled
help nnd guarantee all our work.
A Ml DEUDGflM 1 Remember tho
tti Hi lJUttllUUn J- 'Phone.
312 Fort Street J GGG
Rate of Exchange With Mexican Cur
rency Has Been Changed Much In
convenience and Loss Results.
MANILA, May 25. The present state
of the currency is such that If continued
for long It will threaten a commotion In
all business affairs. The two banks ure
discrediting American Bllver. The com
mer.c'al rate of "two for one," upon
which basis trade has" been carried on
since the American occupation of the i
city, they are forcing down. The ex
change rate of American gold In local
currency Is now $2, where It was for
merly $2 07. Our silver, formerly pass
ing freejy at the banks 2-1, has been
depreciated to 1 96-1.
At tho present writing, some mer
chants about town have begun to refuse
American sliver nt 2-1. They are forc
ed to It by the newly established hank
rate. A prominent tobacco dealer who
has not yet changed the rate of ex
change with his customers, has over a
hundred silver American dollars lying
In dead weight In his safe. If he "changes
them at the bank he loses, perhaps halt
of. the profit which they represent,
neither can he pass them out In change
as fast as they come In.
This dealer says that he will be com
pelled hereafter to change American
silver at the established bank rate, or
add enough to the price of his goods to
cover the exchange loss, Either alter
native he thinks will hurt his business.
The banks hold the peso at the gold
value of 50 cents. Yet the United
States paymasters In these waters buy
thousands of pesos at Hongkong for
17 2-10 cents. From this it Is easy to
calculate that hank profits ane way, but
they shave their victims going and com
While they are very willing to consid-
er our money of little value, when re
ceiving, they put on a different pair of
glasses when It comes to paying me
same money out. Our gold goes out
over their counters at 2 05 and our sli
er dollars at $2.
Both the United States pay depart
ment here, and the postal authorities
ave been compelled to combine in or
der to defeat the rapacious greed of
the money changers.
The chief paymsters, realizing mat
the soldiers here would be wholly at
the mercy of the banks, asked the
treasury department to place certain
amounts to his credit in the sub-treas
uries. This bit of wise forethought
made It possible for him to give sol
diers, who wished to send money home.
certified checks upon the United States
ub-treasury. when otherwise they
would have been compelled to pay ex
change tariffs on bank drafts. This, to
be sure, was before the postal depart
mont Issued money orders from this
There Is some stir being made among
merchants here by the refusal of the
authorities to ncc-jpt American money
at the custom house. This however,
cannot be charged against the customs
authorities, for they are but acting on
orders from higher sources. Paragraph
369, United Stntes Provisional Customs
Tariff and Regulations, reads: "The
monetary unit of the Philippines Isl
ands, Is the silver peso." In an order
Issued by General Greene, shortly after
entering the city, he sets forth what
moneys are to be received for customs.
The orer designates tho coins and bills
n use before our occupation, but makes
no mention of American money.
The tradesmen here are becoming
suspicious nnd wary of a currency that
Is In constant fluctuation, and refused
by at least one department of the Gov
ernment. MRS. CAPTAIN NICHOLS.
Was a Through Passenger on the
Mrs. Nichols, widow of the late Cap
tain Nichols, U. S. N. of the Monad
nock, was a through passengers by the
Captlc. She was In Yokohama at the
time of her husband's death and only
received a brief cablegram from Cap
tain Barker announcing Captain Nlch
ol's death from sunstroke Just before
sailing on the Coptic.
Mrs. Nichols Is well known here nnd
during the stay of the Coptic, many
friends called on her.
MEDALS FOR DEWEY'S MEN.
Washington, June IB. The Navy De
partment today received the 1700 bronze
medals authorized by Congress for tho
officers and men who participated In
tne battle or Manila bay. The Bureau
of Navigation will see to the distribu
tion of the medals, those for the officers
and men ot the Olympla and Rnlelgh,
being given to them in this country,
wiuie mose ror tne men on tne snips
still at Manila will be forwarded. The
medals are handsome products of the
Jeweler's art, one face showing a bas-
relief of Admiral Dewey, while the re
verse shows the Idealized head of the
MAKES ONE'S MOUTH WATER.
The popularity of "Apollinaris"
seems to have no limits. One reads
that it is obtainable in practically nil
parts of the world, nnd in Now York,
us in England, no social function is
without "The Queen of Table
Wnters." Tho menus of tho Assem
bly ball given nt the Wuldorf-Astoria,
Metropolitan Club dance given at
Sherry's, as well ns those of tho Vatr
derbllt and tho Astor bnlls, all of
which took place recently, bear wit
ness to the pre-eminence of Apolli
MACFARLANE & CO., LTD.,
Stop at the Owl Lunch Wagon e.nd
take home a hot cjmcKen Tamaie.
FOR CAMARINOS" REFRIGERATOR.
Per S. S. Australia Cherries, Grapes
Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Celery, Cauli
flower, cabbage, itnuuaro, Asparagus,
Fresh Salmon. Flounders, Halibut,
Crabs, Eastern nnd California Oysters
(In Tin nnd Shell), nil Game in Season,
Turkeys, Chickens. New crop of Nuts
nnd Dried Fruits. Onions. Uurbanlc I'o
tatocs. Swiss. Parmasan, Rochefort
New Zealand and California Cream
Cheese. Olives. All kinds of Dried
Rand Plays Funeral Dirges ut Punlel
lanl Arrangements Tomorrow for
the State Features.
The body of the late Queen Dowager
Kaplolanl Is lying In state today at
Pualellanl, the Walklkl residence of de
ceased. Between 9 a. in. and 4 p. m.
are the hours during which friends are
calling. Tlie Government band Is play
ing dirges on the grounds from 2 to 4
From otn early hour this morning a
family and a government guard of
honor have been kept nt the bier. There
are also the kahili bearers. A constant
stream of humanity has kept up to nnd
from the place. Most of mem were na
tives, who went out to see the face of
their dead all! and to give expression
to their feelings of sorrow.
At a meeting to be held between Gov
ernment representatives and the rela
tives of the nueen dowager tomorrow
afternoon, arrangements for the state
funeral will be made. In all likelihood
the general lines of the Princess Knlu
Innl funeral will be followed. There will
most likely be a governpient grand
marshal and a military escort. The
religious services will be held In Ka
walahao church as before.
It Is finally settled' that the remains
will He in state at Kawalahao church
from noon on Friday to late Saturday
night. It Is expected that a number of
natives will arrive from the other Isl
ands by the steamers on Friday and
Saturday to attend the funeral.
BALL IN DRILL SHED.
Big Fourth of July Event to Take Place
Minister Mott-Smlth and Colonel J.
W. Jones have tendered to the ball com
mittee on 4th of July celebration the
.use of the drill shed for the big social
event of next Tuesday evening.
The ball will take place there.
The Government has also tendered
the services of the band and Berger's
musicians will be there.
Invitations for the ball will be Issued
next Saturday morning. Most of the
people will receive, them that day or
Sunday morning. It Is found Impossible
to get them out before that time.
The Government refused the use of
the Excuctlve building for the ball on
the same old principle, that the house
should be used for state functions only.
COPTIC TURNS BACK.
Send -a Man
After the pilot left the Coptic outside
the harbor, the steamship turned back
and signalled the pilot to return. The
maneuvre was seen from the shore and
occasioned lively Interest and specula
tion. It turned out that after the pilot
left the ship a man by the nnme ot
Pearce was discovered aboard without
a ticket. He was put on board the pilot
boat and brought ashore. The account
! given of the affair by Pearce was that
he had been drinking and going aboard
the Coptic did not realize that he was
being carried away from here until af
ter the pilot left the ship. Then he re
ported to the ship's officers and the
pilot boat was recalled.
! mot minrrc
, . ,', T. .
' ,ne"a ct"T l"r yiris lonigni is noi u
public one, invitations have been Issued.
SINGAPORE, June 3. Immigration
Into the Straits Settlements from Hong
kong, Macao, South China ports, and
Hainan Is prohibited. There are no new
cases at Penang.
SINGAPORE, June C There have
been four cases of plague In Penang
during the month of June, and one
death from that disease.
YOKOHAMA, June 10. During the
first week of this month five cases of
plague and seven deaths were reported
at Talpeh, Formosa; two cases and two
deaths at Talchu; and nineteen cases
and twelve deaths at Talnun, bringing
the total cases and deaths In the Island
from the beginning of the year up to
June 7, to 2200 and 1637 respectively.
STOLE MR. DOLE'S PEARS.
A young Portuguese nnmed A. San
tos was arraigned in the police court
this morning on three charges of lur-
ceny In the second degree. Tho fellow.
It nppears, has been stealing peurs by
the wholesale from President Dole's
promises. He was caught red-handed
yesterday afternoon with a whole bask
et full of the fruit. To two charges he
pleaded guilty nnd was given three
months nt hard labor on each, making
six months In nil. Tho third count was
dropped by the prosecution.
It Is more than likely thnt the South
well Opera Company, one of the very
best on the Coast, will visit Honolulu
In July. For a long time the concern
has been playing at the Grand In San
Francisco, two local pramoters Will
bring the aggregation to Hawaii.
FOR THE FOURTH.
Silk, bunting nnd cotton flags; red,
white and blue bunting nnd decorntlvo
tissue papers, shields "our heroes," etc.
were received by Golden Rule Bazaar
and are selling rapidly for Fourth of
MORE OF THEM USED.
There are probably more Singer sow
ing machines used In the United States
than of ary other one make. This Is a
very excellent guarantee that they are
one of the very best machines. The
points of merit are strength, durabil
ity, easy running and simple construc
tion. Very little mechanism to get out
of order makes repair bills small.
When in need of a new sewing ma
chine examine tho Singer before pur
chasing any other make. B. Berger
son, agent, Bethel street.
Kerr, the Queen street merchant, has
Just received from London an immense
shipment of dry goods. They were pur
chased by his London agent at the low
est possible rates for cash, and will be
ABOUT $10,000 LEFT HUSBAND AND
Monsarrat Matter Argued and Submit
tod This, Morning Court Adjuitrns
Out of Respect to Kaplolanl.
The supreme court adjourned at noon
for the day out of respect to the mem
ory of the late Queen Dowager Kaplo
lanl. The Hag over the building was
set at half mast.
In the supreme court this morning
the question submitted by J. J. Sullivan
and John Buckley on tho one side and
M. D. Monsarrat on the other, was ar
gued. The court took It under udvlse
niellt. This Is a reiue8t to the court
to determine whether or not tho dlvorc
id wife of Monsarrat has the right of
dower In certain property sold by him
to Sullivan nnd Buckley. The lot is a
part of the old lire house premises In
Fritz J. Wllhelm has applied in the
circuit court for letters of administra
tion of the estate of his late wife. The
property consists of realty and person
al effects, vnlued ut about $10,000. The
heirs are the petitioner and Mrs. Archie
Smithies, the latter a daughter.
The petition for letters of guardian
ship-of the Brown minor at Hllo was
argued before the run supremo court
yesterday and submitted. This Is the
girl baby In the Ruttman case. The
name of the child was changed to
Brown under certain adoption proceed
ings. Indications now are that the supreme
court will finish up Its work this week.
It Is not likely that any declsons will
be handed down until the term Is closed.
TEACHERS SAIL. C
About a Dozen Get Away for Conven
tion at Los Angeles.
There were school teachers galore on
the steamship Coptic when the vessel
sailed this morning. About a dozen got
away, most of them for the educators
convention at Los Angeles. Professor
J. Llghtfoot of the High school, was
pilot of the party. This dignitary, by
the way, bought the room of the stew
ard for the trip, having been cut out of
a cabin on account of the crowded con
dition of the vessel.
W. J. Lowrle manager ot Spreckels
vtllo, and family were passengers by
the Coptic. Miss Lowrle will remnln
thirteen months at school in California.
Two members of the local garrison,
who have received their discharges,
sailed by the vessel for home.
Consul Pratt of Singapore Secures an
HONGKONG. June 2. Spencer Pratt,
United States Consul to Singapore, has
secured an injunction In the supremo
court of the Straits Settlements pro
hibiting the publication of John Fore
man's new book on the Philippines In
which appears the nlleged Interview
with him In which he wns said to have
promised the Filipino leaders Independ
ence if they would help the United
States against Spain. The ground of
the Injunction is that the publication as
regards him is untrue and libelous.
The Tennis Tournament Committee
held n final meeting yesterday and clos
ed up the business of the tournament.
There was a full attendance at the
meeting. All bills were ordered paid,
and the final records of the tournament
were officially made up. The tourna
ment wns one 'of the most successful
ever held In the Islands.
Rabbi M. S. Levy will deliver a 4th of
July address at Central Union church
next Sunday evening. Ho will discuss
the constitution, the Hag and their np-
plication. The latter part of the address
will be devoted to the Hawaiian Islands
nnd their relation to the mnln body of
Rabbi Levy Is an ardent friend of
Hawaii and firmly believes that Con
gress will do the right thing by the ter
ritory In December.
Weather Bureau, Punahou 1 p. m.
Wind moderate northeast; weather
clear; will probably continue the same.
Morning minimum temperature 71;
midday maximum S3; barometer 9 n. m.
30.03, steady (corrected for gravity);
ralnfnll 24 hours ending 9 n. m. .01; hu
midity 00 per cent 9 n. m.; dew point
03 9 n. m.
CURTIS J. LYONS. Observer.
ILL ON MAUI.
C. W. Dickey, tho architect, bus been
quite 111 of tonsllltls nt Haiku. lie wns
taken sick the day he reached Maul and
nt one time his case came to a serious
stage. By the W. G. Hall today, how
ever. It Is learned that ho Is much Im
proved und will try to return to Hono
lulu by the Claudlne next Saturday
GAINING IN POPULARITY.
Monday night nnd a full house at the
Oriheum only emphasizes the fact thut
its popularity Is steadily on the tn
crease. Everyone goes awny pleased
and they tell their friends that the show
Is worthy of their patronage. The same
execellent program tonight. Go and en
Joy two hours of solid umusement.
ONE APPLICATION RELIEVES THE
Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cnl.,
says: "During my brother's late sick
ness of sciatic rheumatism, Chamber
lain's Pain Bain was the only remedy
that gave him any relief." Many oth
ers have testified to the prompt relief
from pain which this liniment affords.
For salo by all dealers and druggists.
Benson, Smith & Company, general
ngent, Hawaiian Islands.
If you want a now carriage or your
old one lepalrod call on W. W. Wright.
UNCERTAIN SUGAR STOCKS,
Make an Investment in low price dry
goods thnt Kerr is now offering nnd tt
will give better returns on the money
than uncertain sugar stocks. Never be
fore has, dry goods been offered at the
prices ho is now selling them.
TWO FAST FLYERS MATCHED FOR
Wager of $500 a Side There Will Not
be Racing Program Next Tuesday.
Only One Event In Sight.
The Jockey Club will not have n race
meet nt Kaplolanl park track on July 4.
This will be officially announced before
The reason given Is that there are not
sulllclent entries to warrant an attrac
tive program. Many of tho races of
June 10-12 have been withdrawn from
the trnck already and the owners of
others have given notice of their Inten
tion to pull out.
"I see no possible chance of n pro
gram." said John S. Walker, the club's
secretory, this morning. "The 4th Is
only a week off today and we have not
enough horses In sight to run an nour."
During the day Mr. Wulker will see
other olllcials of the club and call the
Last night a mile match race, to take
place next Tuesday ufternoon, was ar
ranged between Forrest's Antidote and
Ballentyne's Amariiio. The event will
be for a wager of $500 a side. There has
always been sharp competition between
these animals and the rnce will un
doubtedly attract all the sports and be
of wide Interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Lowrey Arrive by
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Lowrey returned
by the Coptic last night from China and
Japan. In China they visited Hong
kong, Canton, Macao and Shanghni, re
turning to Japan when the weather be
gan to get hot. They were In Japan
during the cherry blossom season, and
saw and enjoyed this picturesque festi
val. They traveled extensively In Jap
an. They express great satisfaction with
the trip, but are glad to be at home
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Morning session Sales: Between
boards, 200 Honokna 27: 8 Oahu 305; 300
Sales: On the board, 10 Klhel 12: 15
Quotations: American 167 asked:
Ewa 32 asked; Hawaiian Agricultural
303 asked: Hawaiian Sugar 217 bid 213
asked; Honomu 180 nsked; Honokaa 25
bid 27 usked: Knhuku 2P0 asked; Ka
malo 1 asked: Kamalo, paid up 19
nsked; Klhel 11 bid 12 asked; Klpahulu
145 asked; Komi 20 asked; Mnunalel 9
aBked; Maunalel, paid up 100 asked;
McBryde 314 bid 3 asked; McBryde.
paid up 19 asked; Oahu 302 bid 30(5
asked: Ookala 22 bid 24 asked; Olaa
1 asked; Pala 300 asked: Pioneer 305
asked; Walulua 90 bid 95 asked; Waln
lua, paid up 170 asked; Walluku 400
asked; Walmanalo 107 nsked; Wal
mea 130 asked; Wilder Steamship 112
bid; Inter-Island 1C0 nsked; Hawaiian
Electric 200 asked: Oahu Railway stock
155 nsked; Government 6's 102 asked;
Government 5's 100 nsked; Postal Sav
ings 93 asked; Onhu Railway bonds 106
Afternoon session Sales: On the
board, 100 Olna 1; 350'Olaa .75; 150 Olaa
.70; 9 Onhu 301; 20 Klhel 11 75.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late Daniel McCor
riston wishes to acknowledge with most
heartfelt thanks the many kindnesses
extended to them during the bereave
ment they have sustained. The many
expressions of sympathy and the many
services rendered are deeply appre
ciated. Very respectfully Mrs. McCor-
AN AT HOME.
Mrs. Laura Wilder Wight will glvo
an at homo at Walklkl from 2 to 6 on
Thursday afternoon to meet Mrs. Mills.
Invltntlons were Issued this morning.
Specialist for Eye, Enr, Throat and
Nose diseases, Catarrh. Masonic Tem
ple. Only one BEST bicycle.
Cleveland. Come and see.
Received, ex Mohican, handsome line
of carriages and phaetons. W. W.
Strong & Garfield's
Ton Neei Hot Be Afraid
To cross your feet In any crowd
wearing a pair of these shoes
Made of best quality Patent Leather.
A correct stylo for street wear or "Sun
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