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Sqr,wops. Pttyslclans And Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
irits brokers n .mi-
IMsJs&Lead Pipe Cinch.
u? xnjlj to earn a living In
a JrrfSnkite tray. My motto
57)M1.7 WOKK AT HON
! iwe JlUved
vabaa Jl. . tit am Wt. at & A (It
jj vh,titx vysnicss VV UIV
3973,-$; J .have In stock the
said Asa' and steel clad,
vfe:r&k tiated trimmings ;
m jj tt tf I( 11 j '
atic.w)f4 ant nuea.
i!3-rsrmvje)style : .fy
atorrffyrfted Steel,, both
jsAwtfii and enameled;
jCTHWtev ' enamele! Iron,
artfv'rth nlckle plated
I rtfaofrjivf tt
ffaJtaft.TJayS,' enameled rr&sv'
jSfjrfflkj!, enameled Iron.
Br "HVJer Boilers and Stands
TJlrJBsrifc. raucetsand Ttim-
A jicitfC''3ka!icd lrorii'Gui-
3 ttjCmikri,' Stone Pipe, Tin
'J .lSjrfl3ptly attended to.
' WitJi.M, Materials Guaran
ty .'.' '
. 7r7ntt Is Solicited.
Jg, UfalfcfcjJr., Sanitar Plumber.
Softer 79 KlnsStre
OZPHONE NO. 81.
Waft to & atm to get teak v.
men to, and j
Pitt In Qr6f
? eninttni lim
HET IETAL WORKS
'fBrfaiifttfaiicASkyllghts and Ventilator
Cwfriftu ft and Gutter Work.
JMMJtto4!rtQw 4 Mftcnant Honolulu.
kk.iffatily ma.4 M.
9ML1TM P. O. Bot 170.
ti Property Owiers.
U fcir 5r B17 employ FOUR FIRST-
CUHflURBERS from the Coast, lam
mm ntbj ' figure on 7our work at the
SbaiMjilUu My men arc Union Men.
. 1 '." . Kti It. BROWN.jv,
IQrhltWaraMes. ' King St.
S.pd Ilnj' Oealefi.
LOVE JOY & CO.
fii Hi Linnor Dealers
M.l Nocaitd ttnutrr
..jajt WOMlVtH, ,HWAIMIIIII4liM
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
JUka urd Fort Sts., Honolulu
Oonsalves & Co.,
? J ..i. UMITEa
JHD WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Qaeen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
SEW IEP0T SALOON
I'Urn'r (..n,ii. k. ..... '
lTH V Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
Kyan & Dement
ijnoprkrmbfifce popular ENCORE
AVOOn, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Hi lit Bear U on Draught To-day
lio Beer to Burn,
, Bjit Beer to Beat the Band
w; CAUGHT AND BOTTLE
jft has'nt come to stay ; it's goln?
Jasl, but there's more com
fag every month.
1. H. DEE. Prop.
Janiifjictured from Pure
DtJirani free to any part of
vty fcy courteous drivers.
Mi Ice and Electric Co.
iel: blue 3151
3KWTMAN & MARKHAM.
Ortict, Maii, i$
HOURS 11 A. m, to 1. P.M.I
I TO J P. . J TO 8 P.M.
St'NlMVS If. P. M.
. O. Box 61.
OR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcrctanta Street.
7t 8 Telephone 601
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE' llOURS' i?io-E-.! LJ'
;.TEL. Mslrf iifi;
m rt-ocwed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
IJOVKS! l' 4 P.AU f TELEPHONE. 491
4R WALTER HOFFMANN.
9KRETANIA STREKT ('opposite the
Telephone 610. P. O. Boz,,S01.
Office hours: 8 to io a. m.; 1 to I
. m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sundayi, 8 to 11 a. m.
Dr. F. J. Rayncr,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS TO 4.
204 Bbaton Block.
DR. ALBBRT E- NICH0L8
ti2) Alakea Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours o to4
V C. WALL, d; d. s.,
0. E. WALL. D. D. S..
Lore Building:, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
i' Dr. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New .Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS -q to 12-2 to 4:10-7 to 8.
' A. N. 8ANF0RD,
BOSTON SLDQ , FORT STtltT
OVER MAY A CO.
J. T.-DB BOLT HAS REMOVED HIS
law offlces to room 602, top (Ctb) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNKY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
W. Aistii Whitiif,
W. J. Rikiisa,
Removed to Room 306, Jndd Building
PlTIUON J. A. Mattniwmai
Petersoi & Mattkewnai,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
ftUPHONi, Main 16I
S KAAHUMASU ST
J. 1Y1. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St., near the Post Office
a New Lot of .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Koomi
H. J. NOl Ih
lioynl lluwuHnn Hotel
hav. chingel hand, and will be con
dicl.4 on aollscrlle plaos. t l .
Antiseptic Treatment of Instruments
A Group of Waders .'
iui..i . LiMiV' iv1'tr.::,r.?!:i.i,.rr'4i,i.'iji .iim.'.
S Board Walk and Beach, Atlantic City.
To be In the very heart of a thunder
cloud and escape unnarmed is an un
usual If not a unique experience. That' Hint victory In his career ns an In
Is what happened to tne Rev. John M. I ventor. Tho engineers of the New York
Bacon and some companions In one of
the balloon ascensions from Newbury,
England, says the; New Orleans Timet.
Mr. Bacon In telling of the experi
"In scarcely more, than twenty min
utes, from the start a sudden and sur
prising changesto'ok place In our cir
cumstances. Our environment, which
bad appeared absolutely calm and
clear, began changing with the rapidity
of a transformation .scene. Below ui
the .few hundred feet which separated
us from earth began Oiling In with a
blue haie quite transparent, but grow
ing palpably filmier, while ahead," as
also right and left, the hortqn M the
level of our eye and higher opposed a
dense fog barrier or an ashen hue.
Overhead, of course, the sky view was
entirely hidden by the. huge silken
globe. At this time we were, being
swept along on our course, which re
mained sensibly unqltered In direction,
at a speed which' we subsequently were
able to ax ai approximately fort miles
"To ourselves the full' significance of
these circumstances was not Immedi
ately apparent, but the onlookers, at
our pftnt of departure the'town gas
works, now some Ave miles In our wake
ciearjy detected me approach or a
heavy thunder pack, and, as they rea
sonably asserted, cfttalng against the
wind. It towered above the balloon,
now seen projectlng-plalnly against Its
race, it came on rapidly and assumed
formidable proportions. The' balloon
was flying due west At high speed, and
at apparently no great distance over
head the thundercloud was progressing
at a moderate velocity not accurately
determined, but du6 east or directly op
posed to the surface current.
"And now with a whistle a blinding
sheet ot hall attacked tne aeronauts,
stinging their faces so sharply as to
give the Idea that the stones were fall
ing from a great distance, and imraedt
ately afterward from all sides and close
around flashes of lightning shot out
with remarkably frequency and vivid
ness. We were. In fact, falrlv em.
botomed In the thundercloud. Other
ana near ooservers watched the. phases
of phenomenonow in progress. These
were the countrymen who became In
terested spectators and who presently
came to our assistance. They seemed
to have Imagined that the balloon must
be Infallibly struck, Inasmuch as It
appeared to them completely encircled
with lightning. It was. Indeed, the
worst storm the countryside had
known for many years. At Devizes,
only a few miles ahead, It lasted for
five hours continuously. A little way
on our right a house was atruck and
burned to the rrminrl ami nn nnr IPt
a couple of soldiers were killed on 6al-
isoury plain. j
"Though the storm progressed, Ic al
so appeared to lag behind the wind
that bore it along. It did not seem to
advance against us us a whole, but
rather about us, forming Itself out of
what a few momenta before had ap
peared mere empty and transparent air.
"The lightning as seen by the peopla
In the balloon seemed to leap from
cloud to cloud and not from tho clouds
to the earth, and the noise of tho thun
der consisted of short, sharp reports
like .explosions of gun cotton wlthcmt
any of tho rolling reverberations heard
on the earth. The aeronauts passed
through tho thunderstorm uninjured,
but It was trying to the nerves. The
question Is. with tho lightning playing
all around It-and houses nnd men be
ing struck on the earth below, why was
not tho baloon demolished by a thun
Yesterday was one of lie 'most de
lightful Sundays of the season on Tan
talus, and scores of people took ad
vantage of the fact, some walking,
some riding and some driving. There
was one party of eight Jolly horseback
riders. Two throe-seated, surreys car
ried a dozen people to the very top, nnd
a dozen or more smaller carriages
out to enjoy the very best air that con
be found In tho vicinity or Honolulu,
trailed nlonir throughout the forenoon
From the Reports of tho dealers In
this city, we think no proprietary
mcdlelnn Ins n larrer snlo than PAIN
KII.I.K'I Itf valu..'dle nronertlea an
speedy .-ir fnr until nn not fall to li
generally i nvrrclittcd. In case of ncrl
dent, nr ui'lili'ii attack of dysentevv
illarihrei h iln-a morbus. Montr'"'
Star. A"- il S'lbBtltutCH. there 1h but
one Pnlr-KlllfT, Perry Davis'. Priee
C5c. and 'Oct
'?i Mnf per mom.
New York, July 10. Cornelius Van-
derbllt Jr. has achieved another brll
Central Railroad thought so well of
bis boiler and Are box inventions that
upon their advice the company has
lust placed an order for 160 locomo
tlvcs to be built with the Vanerbllt
Improvement. One-third of this num
ber are to be for passenger service. yVll
will be of the most modern type, and in
addition to possessing young Vander-
bllt's latest boiler Inventions, will be
fitted with his new draught gear, de
signed to add greatly to the .efficiency
of the locomotives.
Vandcrbllts coal -saving, power
economizing Arc box nnd boiler have
already been adopted by his railroad
rivals, the union Pacific and the Ual
tlmore and Ohio, and have given geui
Chicago, July 10. Twenty-eight wo
men and seventy-two men, guarded by
109 other Dowleltes, Invaded Evanston
tonight and no sooner, did they appear
than' they were surrounded "by a mob
ot 1S00, who pelted them with rotten
eggs, decayed fruit, stones and eyea
crates of garbage. The Dowleltes stood
firm and continued to sing, led by El-
aer riper. He ana tne outers were re'
peatedly struck and several ot the
women were hurt,
, 'Then Mayor Patton ordered 'out the
Are department, and a' four-Inch hose
began playing upon the crowd, drench
ing the Just and the unlust Impartially,
The stream, however.) was principally
Intended for the Dowie people, who
were presently In a pitiable statt. Sev
eral women and men Were knocked
down by the water, but the hymns
went on. Even the assailants got very
wet. Finding that the water was be'
Ing wasted the supply was cut off. The
firemen had been Instructed to throw
water on. the, Dowleltes until they were
driven 'off. During the onslaught of
water the guard stood fast and there
was scarcely any faltering In the mu
a native woman, tsaran by name.
waa accidentally shot Sunday near
Camp McKlnley. She was not badly
hurt. It seema that a number of na
tives bad dropped In to see a friend
who lives near the camp. Their bait,
to entertain his friends, brought forth
his new 22-callbre rifle and began ex
plaining Its mechanism. The gun was
accidentally discharged, and the worn
an In question was hit In the leg. No
bones were broken and no arteries or
nerves cut. The surgeon at the camp
attended to the woman's Injuries,
HONOLULU HARBOR MEETS.
Honolulu Harbor, No. 57, Masters'
and Pilots' Association held Its first
regular business meeting last evening
at Engineers' hall, Progress building.
There were many of tho members pres
ent and eight new members were
Initiated. From reports of officers read
last evening the new order Is shown to
be In a flourishing condition. Within
a month or two all the masters and
pilots belonging In the Territory will
be enrolled as members.
SAYE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of bindiner pic
tures under glass is made so
simple uy me introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Papei
that anyone can do it. ;
It will afford .1 pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
vou require at KING BROS,
uid do ihe work your elt.
mock 1 any shade.
rlshlug reliable horses, ex
1 drivers, new rigs, fair prl.W
ind courteous treatment should call at
i,he Territory Stables Thstr telephone
number Is Main "35. They deliver aud
rati for rigs frfw of charge
flte eckelg $
Son francUco AgtnU-Vnn Nkvai
National bank or Sam Fkahouot
Mam Fsakctboo The NeTads Natloi
Bank of San Francisco,
(xmooit The Union Bank of Londo
Saw Tou Amerioan Exchange
Chioaoo HerchanU National Bn,
Paws Credit Lyonnali.
Bsrum Dresdnsr Bank.
Homkono AMnVoOHAMA Honk.n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
W.ZBAIAMO AMD ACSMUtlA Ban
r New zeauraa.
VlCTOWA AMD VAMOoovxat Bank
.- British North Atherlm.'
'rwact i seienl Baiiu udEiclmeBuii.
OspoIaU RelTel.-Lon tMde o 'At
JroT.d Becorltr. DoBoerelalandTraTtlti
Jredltt.liintd. BUli of BTchMfrtix'
,iod laid. "
'oS.nWtitr fi&itirri.l "hocrAnrntt
"'JJ1 1 -
1 BANKERS. .
Transact a General Banking
mid 'Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travclcra'
Letters of Credit issued, available.
in nil tbo principal cities of tbv
Interest allowed after July 1,
1898, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remain
undisturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., C months.3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent
Pioneer Building ant
abbots.. Did. il.umJ ;imn
I r ;' " f A' ;
Hone loaned on approve Mtihtt
, ABavlngsBtvnk fcr' monthly dspoatk
itHoniea built oa the monthly tiurtal
ment.piar. , ,
"Twentieth Bert;, of Btoek la bat
OFFICERS T. r. Lansing,. Pre
dent: 8. B. Rom, Vic Preaiaeni; a I
Qray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear, Beeretwi
DIRECTORS T. T. Lansing, a I
Rom. A. V. Oear, A. W. Keeek. Hear
Bmlth, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a I
Dray, W. L. Howard.
A. T. OkUH,
chamber of Commerce rooaaa.
Offlee Hours: 11:101:10 '
BliHOF ft CO.
srr . ,v
.... Savings ' Deposit .win
received' and Interest allowed by, thi
Bank: at four and one-half "per" oem
per annum. ' , '
Printed copies of the Rules and Beg
uUUons may be obtained onapplioaUot
'Offloe at bank' "building on Mercha
.treat. BISHOP on'
Iji .fyuiani IfMri Bid
uWfltJ al,.l V. .. .
PaldUpCaHUI .....Vaa ilnu.
R.MTMd Ftl.4 A. V.O l,l.,OG.
Hod OSk.. Vokobias.
The Bank bun and receive (or eol
lection BUI of Exchange, Uue DrafU
and Letters ot Credit, and transact.
a general banking bruin.
nTTIIIf T AUJOWID
O; run tawn r i. mm, i mm eat . .
Bruch ot flu YokstuuM SpKl. Bus,
Wnr Becifcllc Btll.iir. HI Itu ft Hunt'
HART fir CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
314 FORT T
Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
in the City.
FRFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS ANn FRIDAYS.
F. W. thrum
nOOM400. BOSTON "BLOCK.
A CURE FOR PUUl'UU FEVER
and u'her kln Jlsai.t In Hones,"
Caul, and Docs. Stitdiallita
Ticks and FIms. On sal. al tn
CITV FEED STORE
Price io cent t.r bottl. or I. co per gallon.
Fiiio Job Printinc at tho Bul
H. P. DAI.DWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
V. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
V. 0. SMITH Sectr. and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Ha-allan Commercial & Sugar' Co.
J. HalUu Sugar Oimpany; ' '
, v' Pala- Plantation Company.' ' ' '
i ,'Nahlku Sugar Company.
'' 'Klhcl Plantation Company,
Hawaiian. 8ugar Company. "
.. ' Ka'uulul Railroad Company.' ' ',
.-j"t ,v.-f '
A- ",AN'D r
i.a i.' " i.i. '' ' ""
Sugar Refinery Company ofi
San Francisco. A
Baldwin Locomotive Works, pt Phlla
i delphlaJPa., U. S.,A, ;
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
4 Cane Shredder) J'ew York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Go.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross ic Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for. Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParaSlne Paint Co.'s P. & B. PalnU and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and bolted.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint),-In white
and colors. t
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOP
SUGAR FACTOR. " "
,t , i
i, 17-agents' tor '
T'Je Ewa Plantation Co.
Tie Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Te Kohala Sugar Co.
Tie Walamea Sugar Mill Co., i
Tie Fulton Iron Works, St. Louls.'Mo.
The Standard Oil Co. '
Tle-Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.t
Weston's Centrifugals. t
Tie New England Life Insurance' Co.
ot Boston. Ji f
?ie Etna Fi'ti 'InV.Co. of Hartford,
Tie Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
, ..' "Al'f- t '
'JLIFB and FIRE
Xbw England Mdtdal LiFiin-,
SORANCE CO.'OF BOSTON,
TNA FIRB INSURANCI COlTPAliT '
' ' OP HARTFORD.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
CUus Spreckels...'. Vic President
W. M. iOffard... Second Vic President
H, M. Whitney. Jr..."i..Trea. and Sec
Geo. J. Roes Auditor
AGENTS OF THB
KJIANIO STEAMSHIP 00MrU
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
A. fronts for
Hawaiian Agricultural Co,, American
Sujar Co.. Ookala Sugar Plant Co..
Oaoaiea Suga, Co., Honomu Sugar Co.;
vauuKu sugar Co., Makea Sugar Co.,
Haleakala Ranch Co.. Molokal Ranch.,
Planters' Line of Sac Francisco,
Packet; Brewer Co.'s Line of Boston
Uckets. ' (
LIST OF OFFICERS'.
C. M. Cooke. President: George
Robertson, Manager: E. F. Blahon.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
Urhouse and GeoR. Carter, Directors.'
TiieVoQHamm-YoQD Go. Ltfi
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI .
AGENTS JFOR '
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
L'ulon Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
not receiving their paptta promptly
will confer a favor bv notifvinrr thai
Business Offien; Taiipkaae 258.