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IKsb No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 an not out to rob the public
be simply to earn a living In
legitimate way. My motto
is "Honest Work at Hon
I lire BUvei
my plumbing business' to trie
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
jjti, where I have In stock the
faibwmc foods: "V",
BATH TUBS, . -
eramittx) Iron and steel clad,
wHk oltkle plated trimmings ;
abveod, line lined.
Wafer Closets, Wash Out,
md Syphon, Jet style.
SMu of Pressed Steel, both
jcarnabtd and enameled.,
Lavatories enameled Iron,
aad marble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, 'enameled Iron
v! Ms wood cover.
Step Sinks, enameled Iron.
KM Water Boilers and. Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and, Trim
nraat. Galvanized iron, Gut
ter, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Repeat, Etc. , V ',
JOMni Promptly itttfiied to.
Work aitd Matelals Guaran
Yoor Trade Is Solicited.
JmS. lHott, Jr.Sanitar Plumber.
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75 and 79 King Sir
; 2XLXPH0NB NO. 81.
MM ! the time to get make
bzsaksjna seen to, and yora
HEET KM WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
fefoalaedTron Skylights and Ventilator
Ceadoctor Pipe and Gutter Work.
JtoaSt, mi. Qumii and Mtrchint Honolulu.
Jc 11 ptMHIr MM4M t.
JM. Wnite 1 P. O. Bot 87a
lWice Id Property Owiers.
If torr fn my employ FOUR FIRST-
GJU& PLUMBERS from the Coast, lam
M ready t figure on your work at the
west prices My men are Union Men.
C. H. BROWN,
fcrrrtorv Stables. King St,
LOVE JOY & CO.
roil xaV.AHB Wiai.BSAL
Will lit Lipr Dealers
aaamlw tH4 itwlM Mt turn.
Sa, 1? MuVAJro Sraaar
ma ismb, Moeuuiu. HawMiiilsus.
' . CX Mom nt. Mitmtl Tlini
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
fcratr Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
21 Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
IK NEW DEPOT SALOON
IPENS MONDAY NIGHT
1 Will handle the new
WDUSTRY J Hpnolulu-made Beer only
A. COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
ftyarr & Dement
Ilio proprietors of the popular ENCORE
BALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS,
Vbtrt the Beer is on Draught To-day
. Zi -
No beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
IN DRAUGHT AN 13 BOTTLE
jfl has'nt come to stay ; It's golnt;
last, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
JlanuTactured trorn Pure
Dellvtred free to any pait of
city oy courteous arivers.
Ice and Electric Co.
cl. BLUE 3151
QHMAN & MARKHAM.
1 hJi'Ja -
iiron. Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Ortict, main, lj.
HOURS-lt A. M. TO I,
TO P. M.I J TO I P.
SllNOAS t.-t P. M
P. O. BoXgtM
OR. W. H. MAYS
881 Beretanla Street.
.-(OURS-to to j
SUNDAY -9 1? II
7 to 8
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
iij BERETANIA ST.
TEL. Main i6
UK. C. A. PETERSON'
at rt-oimted his office at . . .
s ao Emma Street
a- 4 P.M. f
7- 8 P.M. )
-? WALTER HOFFMANN
3KRKTANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone BIO. P. 0. Box, BCi.
Oflce hours: 8 to JO . m.; 1 to I
m.;7 to p. m.;8unr'aya, 8 to U . m
Dp. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge - -Specialist.
; ja 'h5 ;
OO Boaton Block.
OR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
' -s- '
112) Alakei Street, next to Masonic
")ffice Hours 9 to 4
S, C. WALL. D. D. ?..
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.CA.
HOURS-o to 12-2 to 4:10-7 to 8.
A. N. 8ANP0RD,
BOSTON DIDO . FORT STEMT
OVER MAY A CO.
J. T. DE BOLT HAS REMOVED' HIS
law offices to room C02, top (Clh) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTOHNfci AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
TELEPHONE MAIN l."
W. Aistii Whitiig, ,
,.,, ,W. J. JLiUilsoi,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. A. Matthiwman
Peterson & Matthewmai,
COUNSELLORS AT LA
rcLinioB, Main its
,iS KAAIIU.M'NU SI
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICK-Betliel St., near the Post Office.
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
hiv. ch.ngcl hindt and will be con-
cl tct.d on antiseptic rln, I t ,
Antiseptic Treatment a Instruments
KVBN1NG DULLPTW. HONOLULU.
DE WET .FOLLOWING
USED BY CONFEDERATES
DURING CIVIL WAR CAMPAIGNS
There wero two or. three men on tbe I
Confederate aide of the American Civil
wnr hn ontirlnnfpH the fArlr nt nn '
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vcwenvxw " . "ihorses which they saw In the road be
Dewet, had never done a day's soldier- ond. ComoanleaB. R. R nmt F wnra
-tng until thenar broke 'out. but with
i.vvu meu ue nineu uu wuuuueu uiarijr
as many or the enemy and captured
wore 'than 16,000. Llc'ut.-Col. Dcnlson,
In his "History of Cavalry." says that
Morgan's first Important raid was made
Into Kentucky In 1862. He started from
Knoxvlllc.Tenn., on the Fourth of July
and moved through S,i.rta:and 01as
(Sow to Lebannon, where large supplies i
of stores of every kind were captured,
From Leuannon, Morgan marcneu to
Harrodsburg. from there on to Uur-1
enceberg, and then to Midway, a sin-
tlon on the railroad between FTankfort
nnd Lexington. The latter" 'place wae
the headquarters of the Federal forces
In that region, and both at that point
and at Frankfort were large bodies of
Federal troops, much superior to the
force which Morgan had under his com-1
federals "T skillful marches, by
Were scattcrlng'liis forces and
Bewildered threatening several
points nt once, the Federal officers
were entirely bewildered, and did not
know where to expect u blow. The ex
treme mobility of his flying column al
so rendered It difficult to obtain any
correct Information as to Morgan's
force or his Intentions. The marching
capacity of his column may be judged
from the fact thai at tho time it reach.
edfJIIdway, It had! Marched over 300
.miles in eight days, and i the men were
still fresh and In great spirits'. , .
1 At Midway, with! greaily superior
forces on each side, the most extraordl,
nary use was made of tho telegraph by
Canadian named Ellsworth, who was
a most skillful telegraph operator, at
tached to Morgan's staff. By tapping
the wires he Interfered with tho ar-ja
rangements of the Federal Oenernls,
sending their troops In wrong dlrec-
tlons by forged orders, which he dls-
patched In place. of thpso ho, Inter
Sounds This raid was very
Like successful, and the re.
De Wet spits may bo best sum
med up, Col. Denlson sns. In the words
of Gen. Morgan's report: "I left Knox
vllle on the 4th day of tbls month, with
nbo'ut 900 men, and returned to Liv
ingston on tho 28th Inst with nearly
1,200, having been absent Just 24 days,
during which time I had traveled over
1,000 miles, captured seventeen towns,
destroyed all the Government supplies
nnd arms In them, dispersed l.DOOhome!
guards and paroled nearly 1,200 regular
troops. I lost In killed, wounded ana
missing of the number I carried Into
Kentucky about 90,
Qen. Buell's nrmy was obliged to fall
back' to Louisville In August, 18C2, Iq
consequence of a second raid by Mor-1
Mn's corns. In which he took posses I
slou of the Louisville and Nashville ,
railroad. In Buell's rear, at Gallatin,
and so cut off his communications with
Manner At the baUle of Hort"'
of vllle, shortly after the
Attack caDture of Gallatin, a
fight took place, between a gortlon of most brilliant cavalry General which
Morgan's command nnd some Federal j the Civil war produced,
cavalry. who charged them with, the These leaders, with their mounted
sabre. The account ot It' gives a good. men. half Infantrymen and half caval
Idea of, Morgan's'style of fighting.' Gen. ry. were the prototypes of Ocn. Dewet.
Duke describes the attack: with his elusive mounted burghers.
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1 NHMN PATENTS
Orange, N. J., July" 13. Thomas A.
Edison was happy this runrnlng when a
reporter was tho first to congratulate
him on a big legal victory. His at
torneys telegraphed tluit Judge Wheel
er of tho United States Circuit Court
Lhad filed a decision In tho case or
Thomas A. Edison against the Ameri
can Blograph-and Mutoscopo Company
fully' sustaining all the claims of Edi
son. Hls'patent Is declared .the pioneer
and all his claims to th'e uht-to take
moving pictures of any kind, Indeed
the whole art of taklrjr them, is sus
tained. "The decision carries with It an ac
counting to be made by the Amerlcah
Blograph and Mutoscope Company, and
Involves an Immense amount of money.
Edlsog was asked whether, tho case
would bc-'itp'pealcd tb'theJTpltea States
Snnicnie Court, and ould ho supposed
It would,' but that this woubA' .dp Athe
company no cocd'es tU Svnreme'Court
'nvailtibJi- tiistnlnert the dTMonsOof"
tbe lower court on tne vulldl'y of pi"-'
neer patents, caeca wnere drclctcr.s
vere rcvci'sed being bin My ono In n
A VICIOUS HORSE. .
Kalqr.a, one ot tho native boys In tho
employ of the gaibago department, was
badly hurt yesterday In a collision with
e hack driven by a Japanoso. Tho uu
tlvo was driving along on Queen street.
His horee becamo unnanugablo and
ryDjona was thrown Jo tho ground.
That Is all ho remembeis until he re
gained coutclouancs!) at the stublrs.
Witnesses tay that Kaloim's rig collid
ed with a hack of a Japanoso who,
upon seeing that tho native was thrown
out nnd hurt, drove rapidly away.
When the native was picked up, a
four "inch gush in his h-.'ad was fuiind.
Ho wns taken to tho Queen's Hcarltal roremen irom mo nuns nnue ivepuuus
tor treatment. Iron and Steel X' impany appearing
'fho horso driven by Kalona an to nmonG the for.vt' i.uiltmen who Joined
tho bam after the boy had been thrown the strike today uml tfterlng them all
out and there Jumped over tho 'picket Jobs. Tho llcpublH Company Is Inde
fence, diaeglng the cart with him and pendent of the UuUd States Steel Cor
breaking n dozen rails. Tho horse Is poratlon. With tho acsUtanco of. the
a particularly vicious ono, having nl- strikers big orders can bo gotten out
ready Injured three employes of the In short time. Tho Rcpuullo Company
Health Department. , I la employing all who apply.
ltK. 'it. ''.'' C .tti.iki '.lid. A
H. T FRIDAY, .JULY 26, 1901.
'I..- - --
"Throwing down the eastern fence of
'he meadow, some 300 poured Into It,
forming a long ltnei and dashed acroea
lit, sabres drawn, toward the line of
by this time dismounted, and had drop-
p on t),er knees behind a low fence
on the roadside as the enemy came
rushing on. They held their fire until
the latter were Within thirty yardari
when they opened. Then was seen the
effect of a volley from the. long, thin
inc. which looked so eosv to break and
yet whose fire was so deadly. Evory
wan had elbow room, and took dead
tm at an Individual foe. and, ns the
blare left the suns, two-th rds of the
rders and horses seemed to go down!
The calnvry was at once broken and
recoiled. Our men sprang over the
fence, and ran close up to them, aa
they endeavored to retreat rapidly
'throuah the aans of the fence by
which they had entered, and poured In
Uch another volley that the rout was
completed. However, they reformed
and cameback, but only to be repulsed,
They were then pursued by the
mounted men, who followed them for
ome three rMlcs. when Johnson ral-
lied on a strong position on a hill, dls
mounted his men, and formed them up
to check pursuit. The pursuers fol
lowed up swiftly, and seeing the dispo
sition made by th enemy rapidly
formed ap, dismounted tinder cover of
the hill, charged and carried the post,
lion on foot.
Exploits Co1' Denlson also gives
nt Gen. an interesting account of
, Stuart the exploits of General J,
E. 'B. .Stuart. Tho first great raid of
this gallant officer was made around
McClellan's army In front of Richmond,
June. 1SG2. It was really a reconnl
snnce on a largo scale,ubut partook
somewhat of the character pf a raid, as
great deal of damage 'was Inflicted
'on the Federals by the destruction of
etores of ammunition and provisions,
Stuart made the complete circuit of tho
Federal army. His. force consisted of
2,600 cavalry and two pieces of horse
artillery. Setting out from Taylors
vllle, tbe little column forced Its way
through the Federal lines, driving off
the various bodies that attempted to
resist their advance. A number of
transports on the Pamunkcy wero aUo
taken and destroyed, and convoys of
supplies in great quantities seized and
burnt. Having passed the rear of the
whole Federal army and destroyed the
railroad, Stuart effected safely the pas
sage of the Chlckahomlny river on
their left flank and safely returned to
the Confederate lines, having thorough,
ly acquainted himself with the enemy's
position, which was the. main object
the expedition. The information gain
ed by this raid was exceedingly valu-
able, and enabled Gen. Lee to plan the
splendid operations called "the seven
days' battles," In whloh Stonewall
Jackson a few days after fell upon the
flank and rear of McClellan's army
with such perfect confidence nnd such
terrible effect. Gen. Stuart before his
death in 1SC4 took part In numerous ex
peditions of a simitar kind, earning for
himself the reputation of being the
San Francisco, July 17. A beautiful
nnd brilliant concert, n success in evcrjf
feature, opened the fifth International
onvcntlon,of the Epworth League In
Mechanics' Pavilion last night. Never,
did tho historic building bold a, larger
audience ; never has there been so largf
and bo successful a musical event, ot
the kind In the history ot the city.
The decorations of, the faviuoni tne
beat dress In which It Is formally to
receive the visitors on Thursday, wero
almost-completed last night , , 1
into una nan pourea lor over two
hours an audience from every section
of this country. Their enthusiasm was
contagious. It communicated Itself to
the singers on the platform. From the
moment when Director Husband
mounted the platform nnd waved the
bRtin for the first, strains of "America!'
to bo saluted by the Chautauqua salute
from the whole choru3, It was seen
front" the resppriRpiof the chorus that
the an"air.)ias n. folcordalncd success.
Tho concert wah n tremendous suet
rets.- It repaid the music committee,
which han worked for mqntVs; the
20U0 singers from nil rarts of the coun.
try, and tho 9(100 people who constlut
cd the audience. This formal opening
of the Epworth League Convention
makes an epoch In the musical history
of the city.
President MclClnley was to nave
Dressed at Canton, 0 tho button that
would sound tho first peal from the
California organ, but he sent a con
gratulatory telegram, stotlng that the.
difference in time precluded his par
EMPLOY TKUT KTRIKER6.
Youngstavn. 0., Julv 10. The local
odlccrs of tho American Steel Hoop
Coimmnv wero snmowhat surprised to-
I day by the nrcpftranco of u number of
iM deckels ur
I'ONOLUtt ;.' b
W francitco AgmUtvn Nnvv,
Natioh ax. Bamk or San raAMouou '
hah FtUHolsoo The Nevada Nation'
Bank of San Francisco. '
London The Union Bank of Londn
Nam Tons: American Exchange N '
OhjoAoo Merohanta .Matloaal Bank, '
PAwa Credit Lyonbata,
Rbbun DresJner Bank.
HoNKona ad Yokohama Honk. n '
Shanghai Banking Corporation. 1
Naw Zkalano and Acstbaija Urn 1
of Mew Zealand. i,
VlOTOBIA AND VANOOUVBB Bank
.Brltlali North AmerlXa.
Depoau Received. Loans made oa A
(roTMBecarttT. ClonmercUl and Trswltr,
Ursajta Istaed. Bills of Kxehaage botgt
BANKERS. . '
. Trarmct a General
and Exchiuge Business.
' Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued, available
in all tlio principal cities of the
Jj Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposita 7 day
notico 2 per cent (this form will
not boar interest unless if remains
undisturbed far one month), ,3
faiontlia ! per cent., 6 months.S 1?2
pcr'c'.-nt, 12 month 4 per cent
Pioneer Building an
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ASSETS,. DIG. IL AIM. UI.ffT.r
. Hone loaned on approT4.aamrlt.
1 A Savings Bank for monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly lastaJ
.Twentieth Bert of Stock la mr "
0FFICSE3 T. r. Lansing, Free
dent: S. B. Rom, Vice Preaiaent; O.
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Oaar, Sacrstan
DIRECTORS T: r. Lansing, 1 a
Rom, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keaea. llmu
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O.
Uray, W. U Howard.
A. Y. GIAB,
uhamber ot Commerce rooms.
nmc Hoiri' U:lol:o x w
.? darings' Imposts wllTt.'
raosiri" and Interact allowed -by tht
Bank t fonr and one-half par oeni
Printixi :Mple of the Raise and Be
ulatlona tuay be obtained on appUoatloi
Ot&A) ; bak building on Meroha
b .yaabama jSpeois :B0r
K.MrvjJ Pun I
,,,,, ......Y..1 ...oocooc
,-,,.,.., Yen t!,ooo,M
.... ,...Y.R 3,110,000
The Bask buys and receives' for col
lection BltU of Exchange, lssuea Draft.
and Letwr4 of Credit, and transact.
1 general banking business.
Oi FtxaS CmdmU l it aeaat, iw Ml ,
Oa Pli.4 0m til f M I MM, M " .
.O Pa4 Owit tu aw. (
8rt4.:H if eu YokoluM Scl. Buk,
it Reoimnc siiinii, 111 uir ajoHi1
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invokes of HuYl.ERS
CHOCOLATES per the
314 FORT 8T
JIJL Has the Best Assortment of
' - T:PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
- , loathe qity.
FMT3H' HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS ANT FRIDAYS. - .
ROOM 400. nOSTOX I.OOK.
THL. ,MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
An Embroidery and Stamping.
Fu 1 tiMofiArt Materials : : :
Art Embnldery Taught : : s
Love rtulldlnd. Hort Street
Priming at the Bui-
AMDts hroltrs mc mh ,
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN
H. P. .BALDWIN'. .President
J. a. CASTLE..... f.lst Vice President
W. M." ALEXANDER... .2nd -Vlce'Pres
J. P. COOKE, 1 Treasurer
W. O. SMITH...... Secty. and Auditor
Sifir Factors u.
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company, J
L Pa la Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. -.
Klhel Plantation Company. ( '
Hawaiian sugar Company. '
Kahulul Railroad Company!
---AND' j, ,.i-'
TiO Catifftm' M. triwtal & 5.U.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery. Company ot
'-' Ban Prsneleeai .'
Baldwin Locomotive Works of, Phila
delphia, Pa.rU. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder). New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt tc. Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO, OFFER FOR SALE:
Paraffin Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Paints and
Papers'; Lucoland Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled, '
Indurlne'(a'cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths. Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
C -AGENTS rOR .
The;Ewa Plantation Co,-
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis. Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
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, LIFE nnd FIRE
New England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co. of Boston.
Ctna Fire Insurance Cohpant
... - . - - -
tViti. U. Irwin & to
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. IGffard... Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J, Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THF
K1IAMI0 BTIAMSHIP 00MPA
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. .
BREWER $ CO.. h'l-b
Queen Street. Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., American
Sugar Co.," 'Ooknla Stisar' Plant Co.,
Onomea Suga. So., Honomu Sugar Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co., Mahea Sugar Co.,
ITaleakala Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Planters' Lino of Sar Francisco,
Packet; Brewer ft Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M, Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TUbVob Hamm-Yonu t Dq. Lta
The Lancaeh'lro Insurance Co.
The Calolso Insuranco Co.
Union Ons Engine Co,
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
not receiving their pipers promptly
will confer n favor by notifyinjr tht
Bujines8 Office; TtiipLone 360.
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