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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1901.
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Weather Uiirenii, Punnhott, August
27. Temperature Morning minimum
"I; Midday maximum, 1,3.
Uaronieter nt 9 a. m. 30.02. Falling.
Dew Point C8R
Humidity nt 9 a. m. G5 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgual Station, Au
gust 27. Weather cloudy; wind fresh
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
MOT CTUCCT WAMMOUVEIrL., MAIN 17.
run I oincLii office ul, mains.,
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. 8. Slew..."
Call and See Them.
F iHI 1
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
JOHN D. AND STRIKES
From Town Talk.
John D. Sprcckels had a cry un.
usual experience In the present strike
the other day. Ills Interests lire so ex
tensive and varied that If any laboi
tioubles are going on in this territory
the chances are that he will In souu
way he connected with them. He tnkej
Kiich a deep, personal Interest In tin
details of all his holdings that at th'
bound of tho word, "strike" he If
usually on hand, to 'learn what It It
all nhout nnd to sec that any hindered
work Is pushed ahead with all the ce
le.'tr posslhle nnd." Hie cn-runi-stances.
That Is why John I)., as he Is
referred to by his employes, usually
has some very unushunl experience
during any strike troubles. Tor In
stance, during tho stercotypers' ctrlkr
on the dally papers, John D. stilppnJ
himself to his undcrshiit nnd went
down Into the hot, close atmosphere
of the stereotyping room of the Call,
Thero he worked amongst the ranting
boxes, metal pots nnvT rolleis with a
Job lot of Impressed clerks, errand
hoys and scabs, who weie struggling to
turn out the plates for the piusta
Outsldcis who saw the millionaire pr?-
prletor wrestling with refractory metal
and profusely sweating over his work,
grinned at him and Joshed him, but
John 1). never minded them In tho
least. He stuck to his task, strove 10
learn his lovel best to tr.rn out tho very
best plates ho could. Ho stuck to It.
too, when he badly turned hlninelf
with a red hot plate Just taken from
the casting box.
The other day found 'Mm stripped for
"strlko work," as usual, and down ou
tho dock bossing the scab loagnhiiir
men. who were struggling to load his
it earner Sierra. He succeeded all right
and got her oft on schedule time, but
along about tho close of his work he
went over to one side of the vewl to
seo how things had progressed there.
A tug containing picket guard of
union men was stationed Just off the
steamer to spot thn scabs nnd try mid
drag them Into the union ranks. Tho
picket men recognized John D., nnd as
fooii as he turned to cross the deck
secrnl voices from umoug them shout
ed derisively, "Scan!" John D.
wheeled Instnntly and looked them
straight In the eyes. "I'm no scab," he
' said quietly. "This steamer on w hlrh
I stand Is my steamer; that tug. on
whlih you are standing Is myjtug. I'm
working on my own property, nnd I'm
working for myself, and, by hades, no
mnn shall stop me." Then he turned to
his work. Nobody saTd a word.
COMMERCIALISM IN ART
"How are jou getting on In your lit
"Iiadly. I crn't keen my uttenllor.
on my story. I am writing for 1 pub
lication that pnys 2 cents a word, and
p.very time I use 11 word of more thnn
111 ICO syllahlce I feel its If I were wnsi
Ing mouey."-Washlngton Star
Tho Rtocl- bnokii of the OAIIU SI'
OAlt CO, LTIV. will bo tlosed to
Irausrern from August 2Sth to August
.'list, both dates Inclusive.
... A. ISUNIiniifl,
1'J27-H ' Treasurer.
you liiHcct our Htock of
Linciusta Walton and
before you purchuse
in these lines.
No trouble to shf w cooJs.
Uidrrs promptly lilleJ.
Tel. Muln .'158.
P. O. Box 838.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
Stock Yards Co
has secured the
to continue its business.
This Structure is Fireproof.
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, August 29th,
The "GREAT GERAROY."
The "WIZARD OF THE 'CtLLO."
The "GREATEST LIVING VIOLIN
CELLIST." An exceptional opportunity of hear
ing one of tho, musical geniuses of to
day. " ,
Haleony ?l.uu and L5"
Dress Circle Sl.bO and 12.00
8ALC AT WALL, NICHOLSO., LTD
Reserve Seats Early)
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29TH.
ROOMS AT 542 BERETANIA ST.-
The, lormer residence of II. Loso.
Elcctrlt! lights, hot and cold wator,
rooms largo ami nlry mid very taste
fully lurnislied. Excellent tablo hoard,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 centa per
Monday, Aug. 20.
1. M. S. S. China, Seabury, fruu the
Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Str. Mlknhnla, Gregory, from Kauai
and Ulrd's Island,
Monday, Aug. 20.
Str. I.ehua, Napala, for Molokal.
Str, Noau, Wyman, for Maul.
Am. Bclir. Hosamond, Johnson, foi
Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Sir. Klnau, Freeman, for llllo.
Str. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Kona
SAILING THIS AFTEHNOON.
Str. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Ku
ual, nt 5 p. m.
Str. Claudlnc, Parker, fur Maul at o
' P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, for San
From tho Orient, per P. M. S. S.
China. Aug. 20. For Honolulu: il.
H. Holden. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. S. Spear,
Jr.; Lam Sal, Y. Tnnkano. For Sail
Frnnelsio: lieutenant Ahreus, ... 11.
Casiie, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cook, MHb
lleatrlee Cook, Master lleckwltb Cook,
Lieut. Ehernardt, Lieut. N, M. (lieo-
began, Miss II. Groves, Lieut. lingo
melster, Leung Not, Lieut. W. M. Lind
say, Col. von Arnstedt, Lieut. A. V.
Castle, I). .. Davis, Miss Augusta Dick'
erson nnd servant, Lieut. Eberhard'.,
Lieut. Fletcher, James E. Gibson, D.'.
Grudden, Capt. T. Irvine, Lieut.
Kuhl, Ucut. Moldcnhame'r, Arthur A.
Noyes. Lieut. T. H. Owens. Lieut.
rfltzenreutcr, Mrs. II. Sam and child,
II. H Scott, 0. F. Smlthers. Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Miss D. Thomp
son. Dr. Carl Wlegand, Leong Wing. L.
O. Young, V. II. Orrlck, Lieut, von
Poncet, Mrs. J. C. Ilalns, Commander
Seaton Schroeder, If. S. N.; Harrison
W. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. Strainer,
child nnd maid; Prof, and Mrs. I). P.
Toou, .Miss Todd, F. D.WIIllams. Lieut
Wlntcrflcld, Consul Zlmmermnim.
For Hllo nnd way ports, per Str.
Klnau. Aug. 27. Father Otto, Father
Mathlas, C. A. Galuralth and wire. MI-is
Annie Ohla. E. J. Colton. Miss E. K.
Dayton. C. Moller. W. II. Pain, W. J.
Gulmane, A. II. Wagner, M. Osorlo, Dr.
... Held, miss II. Akamu, Mrs. J. Mc
Gulro nnd child, Mrs. Julia Zahlan,
Miss E. 1. Altkcn. MrB. M. G. Deacon.
Mlsa 8. Hapal; O. O. Strong. Dlnp
Wong. J. V. Donald. S. II. Moragno,
Dr. II. Mnys, Miss Lucy Kaukau, Mips
M. E. .lltchcock. Miss II. Van Decrlln.
Miss E. Van Deerlln.
For Maul nnd Hawaii ports, per Str.
Mauna Loa, Aug. 27. Alina Acboy,
W. Kaluaktnl and wife. Shlrokawu.
Sam Wo, Mrs. Fermerrell and two
children. P. Schneider. L C. Gllih.
Miss Heard, C. M. Walton and wife,
K. F. Patten and wife. It. Hauxhura.
George McDougall. A. Calhoun. Miss
Audio Hoso and J. A. Rodnrlct.
For Maul ports, per Str. Clautlinr,
Aug. 27. R. R. Berg. F. M. Hatch ami
boy, Mrs. F. M. Hatch and daughter,
Mrs. George Fern, Miss S. Newcomb.
...i'B. W. K Mossman, W. S. Iroen, 11.
Wylle. J. W. Hall. W. II. Ilaugh. N.
lllack. C. S. Scrlmgcr, Miss Kulnulka
Awa and sister, Miss S. IoMn, Mova
Hale. F. Smith. E. n. P. Newcomb,
Miss M. Sanrord. See Chow, W. S.
Akana, Miss S. Plha, Mrs. Watson, C.
K. Copcland, Mrs. Chas. Sake.
PHYSICAL AMERICAN MAN
The most Important, because the
most fundamental, of problems con
cerning the quality of the American
man concern his physiclal condition
as compared with that If his kludted
ho) and the sea. As to. this point the
evidence is so clear that It needs little
discussion. It Is evident' that the Am
erican Indians, a race evidently ou the
ground for many thousands of years
before the coming of tho K.tropuns,
had found die land hospitable. I'or
savages they were remarkably well de
veloped and, though uulltted for steady
labor, their bodies were well made
and enduring. Taking their place, the
north Europeans, reprcsrntiug a wide
range of loc.il vailetles, English, Irish,
Highland Scotch, Hermans, Scandina
vians, Normans Piench afid many oth
e: groups of old world peoples, have,
since their linpluututlon a hundred
years or more ago, shown that the area
of the .continent from the lllo Ornudo
to the far North Is as suited to our kind
as Is niiy pnrl of tho earth.
This Is suillclently proved by the sta
tlBtlcs of American snldfers gathered
during tho Clll War; the Americans
white mnn of families longest In this
country Is, on the average, larger than
his Luropcan kinsman, the Increase
being mainly In tho Biro of bead and
chest. It Is further Indicated by the
endurance of these men in the trials of
a soldier's life and hy the remarkable
percentage of recoveries from wountls.
This endurance of wounds was regard
ed by the late Dr. Drown-Sequard as
a feature common to all the mammals
of this continent, being, as he claimed
on the basis ot an extensive expert-
ence, characteristic of American rah
bltB as of American men. Moreover,
the statistics of life Insurance com
panies doing business . this country
nppear to Indicate that the1 expectation
of life Is greater here than In the old
world. International Montlily .
A SCIE.NTiriC TRAGEDY.
"Yes," said the scientist, "our nc
trouomeis have demonstrated !e)on.l a
doubt that there is snow on the moon,
that the sun Is growing colder every
day, aud "
Poor fellow! Ho was zealous, Jiut
misguided, and as the ciowd made u
rush for him a thoughtful policeman
sent for the ambulance and they took
him hence In Bectlons. Denver Times.
this ore at
week s A j-B
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
.1(1. in Ihil column nils' he inurltd
at 15 ctntt a lint one inttition : 5
vtnlt tiro innertiom; SO ctntt one nttk; 40
ctntr tico wttli, nil CO ctntt one month.
Thii i the chttifittt adttrtiiing 11 tr ufftrtd
tht ptople 0 llonolttl .
MADAME P.LAMBERT late Iron Paris
it n,'mo"J "" DreMmaklnj I "arlora Irom'l
Nuu.nu Av to corner Vlreyarl anJ Mllkr Si.
Where the will be ple.iei to ee her pattont. igij-iw
PMIMO I.AOIIR lor prompt delivery of
t tml ly ordert. Telephone 2HII Ulue
Alter 6 1. X. " KKJI "
.1 U. AVERV PUBLIC STENOGRA
" pner typewriter and proof render
Corporation and puellc meetlnKt reported. Aci.rat.
trancrlpt ol Importan docuinmts a tpeclalty.
luof read for authors anJ publlthers. Ofhce hours
0 to 5 45 (later by appointment). Room 6 El'te
bldg., Tel Blueit.l. lon-tl
REDIIOUSE THE WATcllAIAKl; R It
located at.m Alakea ttieet. Special atten
tion gkin to fine wa'ch remitting. io.8-im
SI3I-IICT UIIOIWTIJR TIC'II.
Teleplione Ulue 3HII.
JOHN MALEY-Repalrlngandpollthlng. Ha
wallan kou calabash, plates and cocoanut
shall j Not tefpomltle lor goods 11 1 over jodiys.
44S King St, Leleo. Honolulu. ibit-iw
IF YOU HAVE a house tor rent or want 16 rent a
1 house, see A. R. Illndt. Cr.llectlons carefully
attended 10 nnd promptly remitted, Oflice tie. Kaa
htiman't street iSut.tl
Ti-'ltphone lllue 8n.
NOTICE The Rrcundi ol th AlcxanJ r Vount
UullJInfr, n4 the prlvite -feet in btt known as
Blthop ttrrtt, rc.ostd to the public until furthtr
notice i$iO"Dl WH. MLTCH,
iM-jmo Supt. AlexanJef Young HlJ.
NOTICE TO riUlLDERS-Th Union fcxpreit Co,
n WHITt SAND FOR SALfc itl
WANTCD-At Sll n Home -Unlng room. Re
Rulir bnarJcr ht $j oo per eek. bhurl orJer
all day, single meals 15c., Frtrch cooking, 1.
Lambtft. eaten r. iqit-iw
JLANT ED Every mm In ton lookine for a tjooJ
VY meal to eat at Urunswlck Oyster anJ Chop
Mouse. Fort St.
WANTED A position as coachman, and house
wntk by mat an J wife. Wm. Dunn, tlm St.
at GranJpa Magoon's houw. igaiw
lANIED-Situtlon by a married manascollec
v t r, gooJ security furnished. Address 'C D.'
lIDOW at work, wa ts white wuman houl-rr.r
"v car. ol tw crillJr.n, tale was.a. AdJrei.
Mn. E. Cordun. I'. O. Urx
f ANTED A Mnatl lurnlshcj cottar or room by
. a coufl. without chllJirn. Stat. r'l S.
WANTCD-liUvtR Icr light wagon inuit know
GkL lo II. ht hour, work
M PUI-DCOUI'ietor pmat. tamlly
stAhLE uov ana coacriman rrlva-. ptare
SELE T LMIlOMLT OFIict .Mli-ocn UullJInE,
Merchant and Alakea bts.
WAMED-To fFLLllUMOM) aniOi-AL Rings.
In In. I. LSI ttvlet ll'f-ri t.lr.4 hv
I .w.ler of if yeara inrerlcncc, a, Dl hi Z, Fort St .
near Hotel. iSoS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly anJ nlc.ly lurnlih.J
mosoillturj'oof. .lectrlc Ileitis l at.n hot! IjiHe
board obtainable Special opening rate, roomi
JUL h ard Is r" k. Helen' Court, adjolnlnc
rine uuiiijinir, on Ajara'a Lane, on hotel itnej.
Telephone. Whll. t.Oi. lon-'mo
THE LANGTON, Kln St., near South, nicely turn-
1 ItheJ room., and Jlnlnir Icuim In eiinnertlnnvlth
house. Table toard. Under management ot Mn H
S. Herbert. ioft6-t
1 O LEI Furnished collate at Wahlawa. Add eat
I H Wahlawa. too8im
OR RfcNT Small furnished Iront room o.ioper
h-.'niii. is". I on .1 re ow .(nodi "osri.
TO RENT A mosquito proof room, five mlnu'ea
Malk from tram car In cool dl.t.lf. oo.r.t It ,.
quired, telephune service.. Addreif "E." Uullelln.
TO LIT Modern 6 luom totiat. el ctrlc light,
moslio proof, furnl.ned or unlun lihed, Log
leu- II desired. Address "H.H." th orli-. uiciw
IOtET Newly lurnlshtd r.rftm $ia minth ud
Deretanlabt .corner Keeajmoku St., Mr. Jtfti,
COR RLefTA new house on Artesian itreet. of
1 au rooms with all modern Imprvemtntt En
quire of Chas. E. Frather Consolidated Soda Works.
FOR RrNT-Newly lurnlihed Iront room! for f!nt
tleman T4 Vineyard M. i)i-.w
COR 'RENT Two (i) atory house at K'ikaulike-1'a
on Young street, contaln'ng a bed looms, parlor,
lining ruom, kitchen, bath room and patent water
ctostd wnstalrl. Kaplol.nl Es'ate Ltd iv,r If
TO I fcT Nicely furnished and airy rooms at th.
1 Elite, id. Hotel street looo.imri
"JO LET-Felt n House: well. furnished rooma with
' board. Young St , near I'IIkoI igqi-imo
TO LET Two front rooms. No. v Ciatden Lane,
IF you bav. a house for rent, or want to rent a
" house, rail on A R. UlNDT. oflic. with Uulda
rucnsnings.o , s.ampoeu mock, Men riant street,
Telephone Main it. llj.-tt
OmCES FOR RENT-ln lir.wer building, Queen
. street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. hrewer
tip, Ltd, t86i--moi
COR SAll? Two phaelont W good condition. On.
' used only short tlml. Address" V, X' llul
latin i-fllc. tor.-tf
COR SALE Carrla... s.at to or four (Doll do)
1 beumatlc Tires. Silver Hubs, etc . (Stiver patent)
piano finish, built by Crawlo-d ew York, bargain
uwneMavlngcltyjjoM Lunalllo St. 191I.1 w
COR SALE-Lot In McCully Tract, -ooxoo, Siaoo;
1 Three Lots In Kapahulu, o.rrrt sq, ft $ixi j
Lt on Ilerelanla M 11050 Judd 4 Ompany,
Oltlce. No MiT Slangenwald Building Tel. Main
9t I' U. tlOK66t. iaiotf
COR SALE furniture end tear of a it r-om house
in vonj location, inquire i,u ueretania bl. u-
tw.en Fort and Nuuanu bts.
FOR SALE-House and larg. lot at Kalmukl on
eaiy payment. Apply Campbell Block room )8.
PR SALE Lolf t Puunul, Llllnt St., .iy pay
mtiM, In jlrt Cwpb.ll Block. Rn..m s, ij-.w
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SAtE-Th. "T.luU" at
w the nowlle. In th rtirbor. Sh If a ntatly new
boat. In perfect working orier, anJ hai been ot late
uxd In towing at Kanulul rial (or. W. H. Pain.
COR SALB-Catlt-raph typewriter, prlct $ 2S.OO.
1 Apply C En ("hon Hobron Drug Co. iSim
poR SALE- At very low prlcei. In llllo town On.
V 0 , River.li). Ha. comman Jlnr th. twl view
o) o,n ,nd Mounialn ! lott. all Iromlnrllw
street, on. cottag. occupying mliJI. lot and well
furntiheJ, For partlctilart apply to A. M. Potemkln.
FOR SALE Cotner grocery ttore. ettabtlshfi for
over two vetrt. hai tarre and eooj ttitronifft.
ror further particulars apply by mall, Hllo, p.o b. To.
FOR LEASE Large warehouse n Quten street.
Apply Camp be' l Block, room j8, i9vs
FOR LEASE-Premises on I'nlon with a front
act of tt feet and a depth of ?o feet. Lorn?
term Riven without ontrous conditions. Apply to
J. M. WUrtbAKKAT.
Rooms toii( Campbell D lock. tQij'if
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
It nDnearlne to the satlsraetlnn nf the
Court that the Interests of Justice re.
quire It, this August. 1901. term of
this Court will be and Is hereby ex-
.,i.i .,t,. i.. i ..... .i.
tended twelve days from and after the
last day of said regular August term,
OEO. D. GEAR,
i-resiuing juuge, uimui uouri. rirsi
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
On Wednesday, September 25, 1901,
nt 12 o'clock noon, nt the flout en
trance or the Capitol (Executive
Iliilldlng), will be soM at public atuv
Hon Government LotB Nos. 1, 17 and
18, liontlng on .t'alanuenue and Front
streets, Hllo, Hawaii, and containing
13,000 sq. ft.
Upiet Price, $20,000.00.
Terms, Cash, U. 8. Cold Coin.
Expense oH Patent Grant and
Stamps to be paid by purchaser. Map
of tho sam can he seen at tho oflleo
of tho Superintendent ot Pubils
Works, Honolulu, and at the office of
E. E. Hlchaids. Government Land
Agent at Hllo.
JAMES H. IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Washington. Aug. 10. The armv
ofllteis In the Philippines nro makln;;
lireparntlons for the care of leper. Tno
teport of n board of oiKcm'? convened
in Northern Luzon to .j-Hher data on
the conditions obtaining tu the sub-
Jeit, recommends the Ulan.l of Hani,
which Is said to be tinlniuhlt'ds nnd ol
sufficient size, two mllcj by one mile,
to accommodate the lepers (ft l.tuoii.
Thin report was transmittal to the
commission, and attention invited to
the recommendations contained In In
dorsements from the oflkers transmit
ting previous reports on tht same gen
eral subject. Further ilmelopmeiits o(
the leper colony and the actual vyor.'c
of the segregation of lepei 3 await prop
Those who aoDreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
'120 Hotel St.
Fii.o Job Printing a tho Bui
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTI01EER AND I
11 88 Queen Street
On THUR8DAY. AUGUST 29th, at
in o'clpck a. m., .nt the residence ot
Mr. J. L. Torbert, on Spencer street,
between Victoria and Magazine
streets. I will sell at Public Auction
the entlro household furniture, con-
Curved glass China closet, brass li
brary hanging lampB, Platlno Copley
prints nnd other pictures, hook rack,
Boston rockers, cano chairs, patent
'cnne rotifers, laco curtains, Jardl-
ijeres. center nigs, sixteen-foot oak
" "B'.ar 5"d 'J't',, 1all ca,rpCr
P'nte mlrroi ha. rack, rlpplo front oalc
ueilroom 8cti wht0 cu' mIr m
tresses, baby cribs, cedar corner
boxes, black walnut wardrobe, reading
lamps, chllTonlcrs, Hansom pattern
Havllantl dinner set, Hygienic ani
Gurney refrigerators, Model D range
nnd boiler, cooking utensils, garden
tools, bone cutter, hay cutter, Incu
bator, glass top hot house, two-seat
huckhoard with brake, harness close:,
Jas. F. JVlorgan,
No More Dread
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FII.I.ED J
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No, Bleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu hnvlnc PATENTED APPLI- .
ANCES nnd IngredlcntB to extract, fill -
and apply gold crowns and porcelain '
crowns undcctccable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work,
done hy GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will nnd
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wa
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth SS.00
Gold Crowns 65.00
Gold Fillings $1.00
Hllver Fillings SOc
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your work will ho of tho best
New York Dental Parlors,.,
Room 4. Elite Ilulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Si4aam'ijrY,lY, 1 I A Jr
,, jt ,. .'f.ittiilflK-'.fitAl .''JL .