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Till! HVHNINO UUliliU. IXl .UMfililiLUi II.
1IIURSI3AV, SUI'IUMUIK li. Ux4.
If you wont . . DELICIOUS
HMft, (.rwkm-, OlittftMe,
IliM, L!kmMvt, Umft tni mp
Itoute FuriiMilitK (loodj,
Silver Natei Ware, Cutlery. I'wket
Knives, WaJe ami Butchers' Karen.
Rubber Hue, either plain or wire
bounj, MinlU or Sisal mre.Laun
Moers, Lawn Sprinklers High-grass
Cutters, htc. Btc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
I Hawaiian mm
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Uink.
CejNl AiiJ YirtfAICilbi)
Ami I'KALINliS ....
FRENCH UOSS, Etc.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
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NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. Oswald Lutted,
I Piano US
5 In ir tout ont to comliir tor many rtatont,
H tut cnltfly Hcautr It li a llf Investment ana
6 a gooJ Imtrument ihouli t tojght In th
Wthnf FORTY NEW PIANOS Incur
F fttor to chooic from contlitin of the rut
F known rrukti Evtry ont guaranteed inJ
F with tuch an itftortmtnl you have alvantagt
? or mary cltle t-t three timet ttit tin of
I Call and sec us.
I BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. i$gu
We have reduced the price
and are no offering them
AT 70 CENTS
Six Different Styles
local and mm,
A lrbr la riMH Mm VhI tul
'nil jh mr
lli M nn Um Mil mii lit rmlr
mih at 10 a. m UHwrtrstir
The llrilMi Milp Uy I mm HntiolulH
nrrltrt-d In Vkl'irla, II C Heplwnrn-r I
Hie barkrnllne Nowntiuy arrived In
I'nrt ToHiiM'int Itoiu llunululii. Hp
the Adieu Unite arrived In Pan
Kianelaeo September S. twenty-four
ila from this port.
IICOIHTHATION I10I.LH KOIt Till!
Novi:.iin:it ki.kgtions aui: opi:n.
Tho .Manufacturers' Shoe Co. arc Ilia
sole iiKctitn for Jas. A llannlitcr shoes
known na the beat shoes mailp.
Mr. Peck, a cousin of the Cuitloa of
this city nrrlvcd In the China this
morning, lie will make unite A visit
The Commissioner of Public In
atrintlon hnu 11 meeting npixilnteil for
Hatuidny morning, n public hulliUy
A soldier from the Lognn, Yonder
font by name, win nrrestcd nfter tho
ilepartnrc nf that transport jestcrdiiy,
He was drunk at the time. In the Po
lice Court tbla forenoon hu was lined
12 and costs and thla aftcrnixin he will
he turned over to the military aiithorl
tlca nt Camp McKlnley to be kept until
the nrrlval of the next transport.
..THK FIRST OF TIIK SI'ASON,
The Evening Bulletin. 7G centa ptr
Wall, Nichols Go., Ltd
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1 HbriatS VALUE JjE?lS
I St., nr. Fort-HONOLULU BICYCLE Co., SoIa Agents!
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THERES NEW VIGOR AND STRENGTH IN EVERY DROP.
P. W. Macfarlane' Acctdcnt.
When the China was telephoned this
mornliiK, V. V. Mncfarlanc went down
to the pilot limine to take the pilot boat
out In order to meet Ida wife who had
written that ahe would be a puaacner
aliD.inl. Mr. Mncfarlanc ateppeil from
the Nary wharf to n Japanese Ashing
boat with the Intention of Retting Into
the pilot boat from tho launch of the
t'nlon Kxprcaa Co. Aa bo w-aa In tlis
net of crossing, he slipped and fell orr
striking heavily on the gunwnle of ths
launch. The result was n badly scratch
ed nuil bndscd foreheni) and nose. Tli
accident did not deter Mr. Macfnrlano
fiom his purpose nnd he was sojn
speeding nwny townrd the steamer.
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jfy HMfjfEal wp-SallllKi
The only thine In a dress shoe Is a HL-TTONIiOOr of the latt l.t..inJ up
have them In Patent Leather and Tan, something nice, nobby and stylish.
M MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
P. M. 8. S. China.
The P. M. 8. S. China, Seabury cora
ninnder. nrrhed In port and hauled
alongside the Pacific Mall whnrf at
about 7:30 o'clock this morning utter
nn exceedingly flno trip from S.in
Krnnclsco. The China could hac
reached port yesterday afternoon but
Captain Scnbury's orders nrc to inuke
the regular seven day run of the other
The China brought a large number
of passengers for this port. About half
are Honolulu people. The China Is
now- tnklng on coal and she U on the
boards to sail for Chlnn and Japan at
10:30 o'clock tonight.
Comprising Edgings, Bands. Insertions and
Wave Patterns. ALSO
SILK APPLIQUE TRIMMINGS
yliitq and black
A BaiiMtul Ua) af
Allover Laces, Chiffons and Embroidered
600 Pieces of Ribbons
m JUST OPENED
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
S19 Fort Street. Telephone 4J6.
l Ml siXl.s ASH TYI.Kb
llns is the hlt loll top
desk m.iJf In the uorlJ an J
Sole Manufactarer's Agents
for them for the lUualUn
CALL "Hi l( t( nioii Ihtm to you
kh itf ;nt Our J'rtrrt on
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantasl.
M F. LUCAS,
20 Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 500
PunnhouV New PrcHlilent.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith nnd chit
dren were nmong tho nrrhals In tho
China this morning. Mr. Smith Is tho
newly appointed president of O.1I111 Col
lege who will take charge of affairs nl
that Institution Immediately.
As the China hauled ulnugstilo tho
I '.ie I lie Mall wharf this morning, n
number of graduates of Puliation gao
the college yell as n welcome. Tho
jell was nnswered by the Punnlinu peo
Vacation is over
and School has
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of cirrylnc lunch,
but only one convenient and practical methoj, anJ that Is to use the
Patent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds tl.it when empty which enables you to
strap It together with your books, or'put It In jour pocket.
They are WATERPROOF and the
Price is 25 cents each
Sse them displayed In our front window
Police Court Nntctt.
In the Police Court this forenoon.
the following cases were disposed of: I
Anne Her beat, assault and battery on '
Mrs. Italic, discharged; Hy I.oy, Wo-'
luting Hoard of Health regulations, '
nolle pros'd; O. Ingriin, profanity. I
nolle pros'd; N. Iwnbakl, common unl-j
sauce, $3 and costs; Tom Duncan, n
k.iiiH and battery on Kcpahl, nolle)
pros'd; Nemura, violating Section 225
of the Penal Laws, reprimanded and
-1 MAGIC i headaches
:' WAFERS breakfast.
W. W & Dimond Co. Ltd;
IMPORTERS OF-Crockery, Glass and House PunilslilnR Goods.
SOLE AGENTS Teiritoryof Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Putltan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite iron Ware,
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANCB
Honolulu, September 13, lyao.
NAME OF STOCK
Cirlul r ni
. PilJuoi? ",
C. Urrrr &Compnjr imooc
Amtrkan Suer Co..
Ew4 l'Unttl.n Co
HiwalUnCom Aibu Co
Hwlun SuKar Co
H(,nomu Sus.r Co
Kahuku PUnlillnn Co
KtmilonuK Co Lti A
Kamalo Sue Co, r J UP
Kliahulu Sugar Co ,,
Koloa Sugar Co
Knna Suicar Co , at
Maunalf I Sugar Co.at
Maunalal Su Co.pJ up
Nahlku Sue Co. Ltlai
i-.t.. C . I ..
OokAltSusrir I'lin Co.
OlnSu. Co LU.attl
iji buco.uj, rJ up)
Pjiuhju Su I'Un Co
lUclflf SurMlll . ..
Pjli Ilintntlort'Co, .,
Pejwkeo Sutir Co
Plont?f?r Mill Cn
WtiiiiuAer Co, at)1
WaialuaAer.Co, pi up
WilmanalQ Sugar Co i
Inter-UtanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llctrlc Co
Hon Si?am LaunJry
Kona-KiuT AcT Co LtJ
Mutual Ttlrphtne Co
I'fopit ce a k I e u
The largest 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 retai1 store, or by
Hawaiian Gov j
Milo K K.Co 6
rwa Plantain t
Kahuku Plant 6
Oahu H & Lani
per f nl
pr if nt1
Sale 25 Pioneer. 5158.50.
The Trade WIiuIh.
The Pilot Chart of tho North Pacific
for September sas:
"In the western half of the ocean the
trudts will bo fickle In both strength
nnd direction. In Honolulu tho average
prevalence of tho trades during Sep
tember Is twenty-six days. A regular
lutfuhango o fliiuil and sen breee will
be felt 011 the leihvard sldo of the Ha
waiian Islands, especially where tho
mountains ilso to any great height."
Iti:0IS'IHATION NOLLS l"OU TIIK
novi:mih:u i:i.i:ctions aui: opun.
We are showing
WEDDING LAST NIGHT.
W. It. Lewis and Miss Eliza Thomp
son HouBhtalllng were married at Pa
lama jesttrday evening by Ilov. H. li.
Pniker. Rclathcs and intimate friends
of the ronti acting parties were present
nnd the wedillng was a pleasant one l:i
nl! icspects. The bridegroom Is a well
known man of business, having bein
connected with the llulletln offlce, th"
Be.er restaurant nnd L. II. Kerr &
Co.'b store, where lie Is nt present, In
tils twole jears of residence In Hono
lulu. The brhlo Ib a daughter of the
late Clcorgo Houghtnillng nnd nn at
tractive part Hawaiian hello.
Lute Hiifinr Repcrt.
New oYrk, Sept. 0. Sugar Raw,
strong; fair refining, V.ic, centrifugal,
98 test, 4 1G-1Cc; molasses sugar, 4c
neflned, firm; crushed, C.65c; powder
ed, C.SSc; granulated, 0.15c.
INSANE MAN ON CHINA.
Mr. Wilson, an expert mining cngli
eer, who left San Frnnclsto In the Chi
nn with tho Intention of going to tha
mines In Korea, became suddenly In
sane aboard Hint U'sscl when about n
day out. It wns noticed that he was
peculiar when he begun following dif
ferent Indies nbout tho ship. Later on,
he been mo violent and wanted to jump
overboard or cut his throat. Being a
menace to tho passengers aboard an I
to his own safety, ho was locked up and
a guard placed over I1I111.
The unfoituunte man Is to h Kept In
the Insane nsjluni heie nnd sent hak
to his homo on tho Mainland nt thu
very first opportunity,
the largest assortment of
Tho friends of Mis, Ilnalelen will be
glad to learn that, after 11 stny of three
months nt Long Ileaih, Cab, she has
greatly Improved In health.
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise,
Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Cat pet 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 on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 ort Street.
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