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l V f. 2 2 I I 1 2 i t 2 0 2 2 2 Suits Divans iw DAY ULOCK. :p Chiffoniers -v.. - - y - ' - - J" KV--- ,ri -""'- V"& '& . ( ..- KTJ' iV 23i itC THE HONOLULU BEPtTBLIOAS; JBIDAI ATTGOT 17, 1100. ea.tr 3S385R3sft5SsejapfcStWRfc tM Ba JrMaLLLfcs HMlEJAmtf jaiSHBBBHBWIey --" "l r - - ZcC Good Buttei -JUST RECblYED ANOTHER LOT OF I. X, L. tales at iO Cscts, Isipsrtsd Has Saasaps at 25 Cents, Fresb Crackers, Gaudies, Etc.. He. WAITY Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. fepiftjsiiapaiaPaPamiQJaia ?s Js a r Pa Ps js J l : I 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS Furniture and Upholstery - Chairs, Tables Side Boards China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories We Are Showing - 38- Different Styles. Phaetons, Bike Buggies, Surreys, Runabouts, Traps, Brakes, Pneumatics, Three Seaters and Wagonettes, In Harness , We have at all times a full Line of Single and Double Harness in Black and Russet. In Lamps, Whips, Ropes, Rugs, Etc . Our Line is Complete and up to DATE. We have also, Farm and Plantation Wagons, Dump Carts, Goose tfeck Drays, Express and Delivery Wagons, Etc., Etc. PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. LTD. . BEBETANIA STREET, - - Jlext to the Fire Station. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. Lloyds, i iiirORTERS OP GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. I of Hawaii. 1- AGENTS FOB Canadiatt'AHBtralamlSteamBhip Lintf British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). . - Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Lino of Packets from Liverpool. The Honolulu Tobacco Go., Ltd., CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, from NEW YORK the irorid Australia Sas received per V renowned brand of Cigars. .XriHian k KussoII ThiselegaCIGAEcanbopurchasedlorPrCO. TRY THEM .- Bead The Honolulu qepuDucaq NOTICE. Honolulu. Aug. 17,1900. 31 r. Charles Hustace Jr., will act for me under fall power of attorney, during my i . Brought by Eu absence from the Territory P I Avery For a FRAIs'K HTSTACE S i t I ti SEATTLE BEER On Draught or in Bottles at the X "CRITERION" i :; 1 1 1 ; i' READY TO DELIVER ICE THE OAHU ICE & ELECTRIC C(X Have everything in readiness and are prepared to serve their customers with ICE manufactured from pure condensed water from artesian wells. Your Orders Solicited. . HOFFMAN MABKHAM Telephone 3151, Blue. P. O. Box 600 ALL KINDS OP Hone Furnishing Goods OX HAND. Plantation Orders Solicited at Living Prices. California Harness Shop, 639 King Street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 778. Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KIMG STREET. G. J. "WALLER, -. - - Manager. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS aiid NAVY CONTRACTORS Removal Sale! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF JEWELRY, Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, Clocks, Watches and Spectacles will be offered for the next thirty days at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Store we now occupy Is to be rebuilt, so the stock must go. Positively no goods charged during the sale. All accounts must be closed up by the 10th of September. JIAKUFACTURING AND REPAIR Departments going in full blast as usual. M. R. COUNTER. !. lffH'"H"t"":"t"1' o I en I L H w a cs en I o en W m Ter tale by HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. UHITED. tlMlini"!""""'"1 7 Sn. v-te. BIG DIM Slid ' AGUNST MIU. gene Large Sum. ARTICLE WHICH CAUSED TROUBLE. TWE2TTT THOUSAND DOIXARS THE STiat ATTEST ASKS TOE, WOUNDED FEELINGS. - The Outcome of Yellow Journalism in This Territory Plaintiff's Complaint in the Action. Eugene Avery has brought suit against the Hawaiian Gazette company for ?20,000"for libel, as predicted in The Republican of August 9th. On August 7th, -while ilr. Avery was on the Australja awaiting her departure for San Francisco, he was unceremoniously arrested on the charge of embezzlement, sworn to by "W. C. King. On the Sth of August he was tried in the police court and honorably acquitted, it being conclusively shown that Avery was a partner of King in an advertising scheme. On the morning of tne Sth the following uncalled for article excoriating Avery appeared in the Advertiser: "Caught on the Ship. "Actor Avery Would be an Absconder. ,?Taken Off "the Australia. "Collector for King Brothers and Former Southwell Singer a Defaulter, "Eugene Avery, collector for King Brothers, the Hotel street photographers, was arrested yesterday afternoon as he was about to sail on the Australia for the mainland with $72 of King .Brothers' funds.. A police officer served the warrantupon the abscond ing collector while the latter was in hidinsr in the bow steerase of the ves sel, with a telescope valise near by in which most of his belongings were packed for hasty flight "Avery came to Honolulu with the Sonthwell Opera company and played for some time at the Orpheum theater unUl that organization depart ed for other scenes of conquest. Avery was left behind ana his nnanciai status was nnt of the best when the rest of the company waved him a last goodbye. W. H. King was applied to lor work and after saUsiymg himself as to the ability of the man he engaged him to assist in the general office work and collecting outstanding bills. About two weeks ago Avery asked ilr. King to advance him some money on his return ticket to San Francisco, but this Mr. King refused to do. Avery lived at the Orpheum hotel, but Umes were not prosperous with him. Yesterday Mr. King had an inkling that his collector was about to resign his position without the formality of telling Mr.' King about it King came to believe that Avery intended his resignation should come to light after the Australia was far out at sea. "Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock Mr. Kinc sent a friend of Avery's to the latter's room in the hotel and thero found his trunk packed and strapped ready for the baggageman. Then th same friend was sent to Avery in tne store and asked for a settlement of his accounts. He has been collecting maay bills since thenrst of the month, but his returns were unsatisfactory to tne proprietors. Avery said he had nothing to turn over at that time and did not have a 'bean' of the company's money. "Nevertheless Mr. King's suspicions became aroused and a warrant of arrest was sworn out charging Avery with being guilty of 'violating sestion 157 of the Penal Laws during one month past, to and Including' the 7th day of August, 1900, and having in his keeDins and possession certain moneys belonging to King Brothers of the value of $72 and witnout tne consent of said King Brothers fradulently conveying and disposing the same to his own use and benefit' "The Australia was watched during the afternoon and at & o ciock Mr. King, accompanied by the officer with the warrant, went througB the ship. Suddenly they espied Avery hiding away in the bow of the vessel in the steerage quarters. He was completely surprised and remarked that was all up' with him. He stated then and there, however, that he hadn't a cent on him or in his baggage, and they 'couldn't expect to get blood out of a turnip.' Despite his protestations of innocence he was escorted up Fort street afoot in the keeping of the officer. He was atUred in a dark suit of clothes, white yatchlng cap and carried his little telescope valise. "At the station when searched his pockets gave up SO cents in silver, a pocket wallet with cards and memorandums therein, a tobacco "pouch, a flnfp made of bamboo stick, homo- made, and morphine outfit which ho begged' the officers to allow him io keep. The most startling disclosure was contained in a white silk handkerchief which was taken from an inner coat pocket It was tied in a "knot and when open, there lay five $10 gold pieces and two fives $60 all told. When this was laid out on the counter iwrr said thev could nut him where, he' didn't care. "tteoree D. Gear wa3 sent ror Av ery's friends and had a consultation in regard to his affairs. Later Averr ifas admitted bail in the sum of $300, a bond being furnished by Mr. Fuller- toa." In Avery's 'Suit for damages again3t the Advertiser this article is the basis of his complaint He complains that the Advertiser injurea nis reputation, character, and standing In the community and brought him into public coateinpt and ridicule- by falsely and maliciously -writing, publishing aad circulating the matter In the said article. , pavis and Ger are Avery's attorneys! Avery has also brought salt in the United States District Court against King for ?o,wu. it is a . ing. Yeterday the grand jury presented aiTiBdletBseat against Avery for Theoaolulu Kepaollcan -sill be de-l 4 to Mf-frt of Uw city for 15c Mr eUHflrfSWWVtar. OP PSESOXAIj UTTEREST at a sacrifice at Mrs. Hac-ca's. !Ih- band concert -was Tery ranch enjoyed last evening'. GleTelandscostno more than inferior I wheals. Don't experiment with others. A first class stenographer and typewriter is wanted. See Want Column. Hauler beer, once used, always used. Lovejoy & Co. 19 Xanana street. Distributors. Honolulu chapter, Boyal Arch Masons, had an interesting meeting last evening. Many pretty designs in tailor made skirt?, wash veilings and golf Capes at The Lace House. Reliable horses, experienced drivers, new rigs, courteous treatment and fair price, are what you get if you deal with the Club Stables, Telephone -in. Lovejoy ifc Co., 19 Xuuanu street are just in receipt per uAIohan of a large shipment of the famous UJ. F. Cutter Old Bourbon Whiskey." Land Partition. Mary Reyes and Raymond Reyes have brought a bill for partition of land at Palama against David Calllhan, minor, and Henry Machado. The Exact Time. In Judge Humphreys court yesterday morning. The prosecution was ordered to file a bill of particulars specifyier the exact time at which Ah Chong wng charged with selling opium. Depuas Attorney General Cathcart forprosecty tions; DeRolt and Robertson Jc defendant. . Cunha's. Petition. Antone G. Cunha has petitioned to be appointed guardian of Florence Rell Tewsbury, a minor and neice of the petitioner. Florence's mother is in the insans asylum. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Thursday, Aug. 16, 1900. Bid Asked Eira Plantation Company !6i 27 Hawaiian Com'lfc Sugar Co 6 1M Honomu Sugar Company 160 1T5 Kahuku Plantation Company 3IH Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd., Asses 12i US Elpahulu Sugar Company 110 McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd,, Assess....... 4S OahuSugarCo 150 13S OokalaSucarCa , .,..'., 16H IS Olnn SnfmrCO Ltd.. A?s4 .... J S1 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Paid up It 1H Pala Plantation Co 2u Pioneer 5IUI Company. 150 Wnlnltl.a AfTTlniltllRll (Vi Assess 92V 93M Walalua Agricultural Co.. Pd up 112 113 Walmea lull Co. Steam XavlgaUon Co.... Hawaiian Electric Co Onhu Railway & Land Co People's Ice Jc Relrlg. Co BONDS. Hawaiian GoVt. 6 per cent WK Kahuku Plantation 6 per cent 102 Uahu Kallway & Land Co, 6 p.c. 5i57S 120 150 1(5 ISO SO 103 SALES Morning Session. 21 Oahu 152.50 10 Walalua Pd 112 50 5 WnlaluaPd..... 112 50 lOWalaluaPd "2 50 5 Walalua Pd U2 50 5 WalaluaPd 112 50 SWalaluaA M i. ! 5WaIaluaPd..,,.f H2 50 SWalaluaA 33 93 00 5 Walalua Pd i 1U 50 lOWalaluaPd H2 50 5 Walalua A 93 0U 5 WalaluaPd 112 50 5 WalaluaPd 112 50 AFTE1CCOOS SESSION. 5501aaA 3 00 I t t I I i l i 1 I 1 I s 1 I I i $ DEPENDABLE DRUGS . . . The Tariff Change has not affected the price of our Perfumes. Fortunately for us and for our patrons we laid in a large stock just prior to the change. "We -watch the market very closely and buy right, but never sacrifioe quality for price. "We carry the largest stock i and assortment 1 of standard makes. French Perfumes, face Powders, Toilet Waters, American Perfumes. "We wish to impress you that these goods are all from vrell known makers, whose goods are as well and favorably known as their names. Hobron Drug Co., Fort St. : : Kins St. I 1 I 1 '4 I I I I I I I 5 The Most Serious Question of the Day Decided at Last The charms of new Honolulu Belle Which aroused many from their slumber; Has come to stay and continue the present Excellent work for the greatest number. Men who haven't tried, or could not tell. Can be reassured by any first class, Uiar aeaier wiia a xzontumu. euc J. J. PLOSSKY, 9oY Distributor. Ttnrltacr of Hawaii. NEW Pique f t. .. d f - "K. "s& . t.nijs& . vc -2 x. -i -i J Ji- .?. . -.-i sw " x mv --i v r 3f (.?!- - " -- ?v - K. &-i Z, J - ' t S-i.- . . JU- Ta.. - X"5", j. .a1. . ?r . Wli. 'OT' , -. i. . sr . . - . . r kt ,- z .. 'aatAATu; :. - -. "ts?yv :&5a "Tj.NjiSS 1.-.- ,J. x K, s -1 vJMm -JV . . jJT , . jii . ...tHit., ji rS ,.. a At .i.., . i i. i hi' i H ri aiBi jtSSui Made of Ducks, Kfco Corrtctly Tailorad, Finish, Style .and Prict t Your Taste .- & & &- S3SrfrSSftSSi WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd. 519 FORT STREET. TELEPHONE 436. B?-&&S King Street Stables. The Largest and Finest Stock of Livery in the Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular Prices s- ON THE SQUARE NEW . NECKWEAR LIMITED. -: flonolalaStoek Yards THE KASH - ON THE SQUARE FINE FOOTWEAR Distributors of High Grade Wearables. The prevailing fashion permits a man to dress in taste and stylo without sacrificing his comfort. If you are undecided as to what you want for warm weather wear, come in and consult our uEefrigerator Line." Stylish Straws Cool Collars Summer Sliirts Serge Coats Fancy Flannels Light Underwear At Prices to Suit. It's not how much monev a man pays for his clothes that mak as him well dressed, but it's what he gets'for his money. At tho Kaah you alwayB getthe most of thebest for the least. THE "KASH" Two Stores, Two Stocks, Two Telephones 96 and 6 6 P. O. BOX 55S.' 9 and 11 Hotel St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Std. Qity furniture Store Nos. 534-536 H. H. WILLIAMS, Love "Building: : : : : FOHT STHEET. Telephone 8 48 Bedroom 8ts at Bargain Day prices. Baby Carriages the game. Full line of Wicker Furniture at prices never before quoted here. Undertaker and Embalnier and prompt response to all call3. RISDON IRON WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO. Engineers and Buildeits of liffc Wf FljrtMl ?piH dassS of Htfradte MacSiiary. Wtitf WfcttiS or direct connected generators for long distance transmission. MviM.lilN FalMt Vtitr Tail and pjj Taaiiar Ihilirs. CtfNtt and ligfe Zpii AitliltiC EljlMJ. SliltflR dl machinery for the complete installation of Jljlf Willi 111 Ics Ui MflgmWtg MacliBiry. OFFICE: Room 12 Spreckeli' Block, Telephone 194, Honolulu.