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TUB HVONINQ UULI.HTINi HONOLULU, II. I., TUIiSDAV, AUGUST a3, 7.
If you wont .
..THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.. A few dollars
HarJware, Crockety, GUw.ve,
i'jIM, Oili aiJ Varnlihei, Electro
liers. ChanJellers, Lamr and L.imr
House l-'urnlslilnjc Goods,
Silver Plate J Ware, Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Wade anJ Butctiers Razors.
Rubber Hcse. either pliln or wire
twmnd, Mwlta or Sisal rope. Lawn
Movers, Lawn Sprinklers, Hlgh-Krais
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
NATIONAL PARTY 8CIIEME.
Indianapolis, Intl., Aitg. 14. The first
day's BOston of the National or third
party, convention was devoted entirely
to addresses no formal nctlon being
taken beyond the appointment of a '
committee of three to confer with the
anti-Imperialists, wnose convention
will open tomorrow morning. The
sentiment among the Independents was
strong ngalnst the candidacy of both
McKlnley nnd Bryan and seemed to
Indicate that n third ticket would be
the outcome of their convention, al
though there Is n desire to comblno
with the anti-Imperialists If possible,
and there Is scarcely a possibility of
the anti-imperialists nominating a
Children of the primary school
who would like to particlpa'e In the
Labor Day parade will please call
and receive their b idjies from Miss
Davidson at the Board of Education
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We are selling beautiful upright Pianos
with MANDOLIN ATTACHMENT lor $250
each on the Installment plan.
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HAND DIPPED FRKNCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods arc made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J- 0sindirutted' Hotel St.
ART LEATHER WORK
Trotn the studio of
NBW YORK'S MOST
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
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CUNHA COMING HOME
San Francisco, Aug. 2t Alfred Cun
lia, nthlete from golf to rootlmll, will
leave Snn Frauclnco on Wednesday for
Honolulu, Ills father'), home, and may
not return. This is why Stanford's
red has suddenly taken on a liluv shad
ing. 1 Ciinha, who played center on Yale's
(football team last year, returned to Cnl
, Iforuin early In the summer. Ilo then
'announced Hint lie would leiiuiln tin
the Coast and complete his academic
education in this State. An athlete
weighing -'! pounds, active and vigor
out he was a prize for either Ktanfiud
or C'ulifomla. He liked the cardinal,
and expr.'U'ed his intuition of making
Mn.telf u btmleut at I'alo Alto and
Playing on the football team. That
was enough. Iln-ry mother's sou of
Stanford was at him, anil Ciinha was
Laggr! All Ibis was cardinal Joy.
Nuw ' miles thn soiiovv,
A U days ami the sliuit lie.tvy-w-UM
who went i:.mt for gildlron lau
rU Mielvcd u letter fiom his fatliei
' all. hi' him III Ills Island Inline (iiiiihn
t ii"t know Juki what to initio, nf It,
bat . a. thing he i reitaln of, a ml Hint
. ' wanted In IIiiiiiiIiiIii. lie fours
ti.' v 't which menus Hint ho will
' "i in Honolulu fur limp. And
Ml. '.(., d. llClirlllg Of tills Is Kill.
A '"outer" lijf lint duyi, l IIcjihiij
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
V. i: llptkwllh nnd bride itro booked
to tfan for .Maul In the Clamllnv this
('apt. Allmrt Tullctt of th I. I. H N.
Cd.'s service Inn bet 11 iinturnllted by
Judge IMce. I
Tin1 program of the race at Kapln-
Innl Park to take plarp on Ijihor Day '
appears under New Today.
Col. Ituhlen has received orders to
go to Seattle as head of the (luaitcr
master's Department there.
Home old lumber on the Alakcu street
sidewalk, oposltc the Tarlfic Club. Is n
dangerous Impediment to pedestrian
Ism nt night. 1
Attention of members of the llrst
battnllou, llrst regiment. N. (1. II.. is
called to the notice of battalion drill
and parade this evening.
An electric light sign on Jlie storo of
the Hawaiian Klectrlc Co. is about the
only evidence these dark nights that
Alakea street Is not a cow trail through
n frontier camp. 1
On account of the illness of Captain
I'leenian of the Klnnu, Captain Clarke,'
thu former commander of the steamer,
took-hcr out lie will-remain In com
mand until Captain Kreeman Is again
able to take charge.
Among the departures for Illto nnd
way ports In the Klnnu today were the
following: I'rcd Ohrt, ltev. Joseph F.
Dnreo, Itcv. 0. I.. I'earson, W. 12. Ito
well, J. A. McCandless, Uco. Ilodlek,
II. S. l'rntt, Miss Hello Vida, Miss Kate
Comwcll, J. W. I'ratt, C. II. Cockett
and i:. D. Datdwin.
Captain Merry, commander of the
Naval Station, will leave for Ouam
on tho return trip of the Solace as one
of thn membci8 of the board apoplnted
to report on the improvement of the
harbor of (Iimin. Ho will leave early
In October to lie gone n couple or three
months. The other members of the
board are Captain Iliddell of the Army
niul Lieut. Ileechnm of the Navy.
An ocean yacht race for Ijibor Day
is assured. T. W. llolirnii has taken
up the gauntlet thrown down by Clar
ence Maefarliine for n race to Ijilitilua
against the I .a Palomn. 1 loin (in cave
notice this morning that he would ac
cept the challenge, tho yacht he will
sail to he named later. The start will
lie made Saturday ntternoon returning
Monday. It Is possible the Labor Day
committee will put up n small trophy
for the sportsmen.
Is Found Guilty
Reorgetowu, Ky., Aug. ib. The ver
dict of the Jul y in tin ease of ex-See-letaiy
of State C.ileh l'oweis. eliaiged
with lielng accessory befoie tlie fact tu
the murder of William Uoiliel, was:
"We llud tlie defendant guilty anil llx
his punishment at coullnement In the
penltt-utlnty fur the teat of ills natural
The Jury letlied at 1:32 p. in. and re
turned Its veidlct at 2:25 being out
only llfty-thieu minutes. Juiur Cialg
stated nftervvard that the verdict could
have been returned even sooner, but
considerable time was taken up read
ing tho instructions.
Tho voto In favor of u life sentence
When thu Jury retired the belief was
general that they would not agiee and
In this opinion the defendant was (Irm
ly convinced. When the verdict was
I etui net! Powers, for the llrst time dur
ing the weary six weeks of the til.il,
betrned his feelings. Tinier all of the
trying Incidents of the trial he had
maintained a changeless expression,
tlie same whether things weie going fa
voinbly or agaliiht him. The verdict
of guilty, however, staggered him, up
pniently. We are showing
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise:
Tapestrv, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Catpet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats
always onQhand at
The only thing In a dress shoe Is a BUTTON BOOT nf the latest last, and we
have them In Patent Leather, an J Tan, something nice, nobby and Mvllsli.
W. MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
A Remnant Sale
Bargains foi - Everybody
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street. Telephone 436.
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earn to in packet.
SHE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
lUrtl' RECEIVED a line line of Crystal EtcheJ and Crstal EtcheJ
FRENCH GLASS WARE
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
oir llot.it FurnUhlne (imji, tniktry anJ (ilitrc jo
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The larjest circulation In the islands ? The quality and flavor is recog
nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
the largest assortment of
LACES, &C, &c.
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The perfection , . .
nucK cidtii covmi.No,
No. 10 Fort
;.j;.s ,. siosrn
Uiy ynU n mmpttlt Hi Of
your Imutt in an u-p.to-Jale
manner nnd fvrnith (t ,
nn ttttrnrttic home nnd do tl
on cttty firms.
oftjr Furniture oU on the InsUllmenl
plan at the . . .
Fine Watch Repairing ' $
by Experienced Watch-Maker . . - ".
... All work Kuarant4.
M F. LUCAS,
205 Hotel Street . . . P. O. Box o
HONOLULU 6T0CK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, August 23, ttjsc
NAME OF STOCK
C. Itrcwcr At Company
American Sugar Co. .
fcwi I'lanution uo
Hawaiian Com & Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Hnnomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
t.) 1 1.7 JO too'
r.ono OoO too
jnn cm too'
Kahuku nantation i.o
Kamalo Stiff Co LtJ a
Karnaln SueCo, pd up
It'll ahulii Cuvlf ('n
Koloa Sugar Co .. .t
Kona Nugar i.o., ai 1
a rt.oro loo
Kona ugar i.o..ra up
Maunatel Sugar Co.as
tl.. ..(.! V.. rA wt .n
niauiiaiai 'm " r
Nahlku Sue Co,
tJahu ugar Co ,
Ookala Sugar I'lan Co
Olaa SU. Co.. I ti . a 1
Paauhau Su I'lan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pa I a nan! j t Ion Co .
PeprtkfO Sugar Co
Walalua Agr Co.. at)
WaliluaAr.Co, pi up J
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmra Mill Co
1 i,aia,ONi too'
l,Vnni too' ni!i!llt
IX)CiO ff .. I...M
Wilier StamUilp Co '
irier-iti.ini Mtamn .a
Hawaiian llctric Co
Hon RapliT AtLaniCo
Hon Steam LaunJry t
Mutui) Trlfphnnp Co
Makahi I J tiJ in (
It, i wo too
Oahu Ry h Lani C
I'enpif t ct fit K I K Loi
pf r cent
per cent .
rr cent .
UNO K H,Lo, 6
twa riantain o
Kanuku I'lanl. o
Oahu R fit Lani
Sale-io Walalua, a., f94.75.
Chtincrt of Olflccrn.
Sin Fraiitlvo. Ant, n .UniuA-ir
nn limars vr innnnni.! ntip I..
Chief Enclneer Kellar of the toalvnJli
win ianc me luaie ui w. ii. ieiman on
the new steamrr Sonoma. Chief Officer
A. N. Wntlnt. nf Him trncn.... Cl.k-m.
has been appolntcj captain of the transport
i-Ki-vu, suiirruiiiK uie late ujlllf,
I'erkei. Acting Captain and Chief Officer
H.iweiol the Sherman will ro as Chlff
Oil!. mT nf .Iim l.a-m.i f-.n..!.. . -..
ky.who has brenchlcf otlicerof thefiranl.
iia uccii v.uiiru m pittca in ine rai uaM
to take commanJ of the hospital ship Re
lief, relieving Cap-aln II.irJInK, who It
returning home on bkk leave.
Thn illHtlnrtlnn "Trllninp Hlue" lit th
stamlaril llnlsh of nil moilela of the
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