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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H7 "T" "TIJESSd'AY, SEPT.3, 1901.
Come and See Us at
OUR NEW HOME
We have purchased the entire stock of the
Pacific Cycle Company,
and have a full line of Sporting Goods
and Bicycles : : : : :
Sterlings "w on sale.
Also some SPAULDING and CRAWFORD-WHEELS.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY
B O. HALL
Wm. O., Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Agentt Tho Ne
Taila National Dank or San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank! or San Francisco,
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdncr Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
or New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank or
British North America.
Deposits received. Ioans made on
approved security. Commercial nnd
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills or Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial! nnd Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in ull tho principal cities of tho
Interest allowed after July 1,
1S0S, on fixed deposits 7 day
notk-o 2 per cent, (this form will
not hear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1899, $112,077.00.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank lor monthly deposits.
I louse j built on tho monthly Install
Twentieth Series ot Stock Is now
OFFICERS 'i. F. I.anslng. Presi
dent ; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. E.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V.' Gear, Secre
tary. uIHECTORS T. K. Lansing, 8. E.
bate. n.. V. Oear, A. K. Kecch. Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, U. S.
Gray, W. L. Howard. .
A. V. GEAn,
Cuamber or Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:30 1!30 p. m..
BISHOP !fc CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by tho
Bank at tour and one-bait per cent
Printed copies ot the Rules and Reg'
illations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Special Bank
Subscribed Capital Yen 24.000.000
Paid Up Capital ,M Yen 18,000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,310,000
Head. Offlcq, Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives tor col
lecting Dills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transact
a general banking business. ,
On Fixed Dero.lt 'or monthl. 4 Pr cent p. a.
On Pxed Depoilt for 6 " lH " '.
On I'lx.J Depo.lt lor 1 " I "
Dranch of the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
The. Colon which arrived from Cali
fornia Sunday brought but IV 4 labor
ers. A mistake was made by the ship
pers In 1'once and as a result but few
of the shipment of laborers expected
were sent, . , . ,.
Ex "Mariposa" on September 7th,
we will receive over loo Columbia,
Cleveland and Rambler Bicycles.
BECAUSE THEY ARE GOINO FAST
& SON, LTD.
For Hllo and wny portB, per stmr.
Klnau. September 3. Misses F. Wil
liamson. I. It. Dillon. C. I'otter, E.
Y. Atkins. Annie Aknmu, E. it.
Poatxe. C. ltlce, Ella Qulnn, II. F.
Coan, L. A. Kong, E. F. Williams, A.
Aklna, L. Atihl, E. M. Cheek. N. Carr.
M. L. McKinley, Llta Spencer, Mary
Tracy, It. Matey, It. It. Smith and
; wire, J. W. Mason. Theo. Wolff, O.
it. uuncK, u. I-. i.mersou, .nrs. e,,
Anld, Mrs. I'omeroy, Mrs. C. B. Key
nolds. Miss E. Keyes, Mrs. W. N.
I'atton, .... U. Hlgglus and wire, A
Raymond, J. A. Tuthlll, E. Dellnrnc,
Cuas. A. Heeler, W. W. Thayer, A.
II.. Held, C. J. Ilutchlns, C. 11. Kin,
gel. L. M. Whltchouse. It. llawx
hurst. Mrs. M. II. Heuter, Mrs. F.
Hussey, C. A. ltlce, C. II. Swain, V.
A. Carvalho. W. O. Leffler, Dr. C.
11. Humphrls. Judge C. W. Dustln.
A. SI mins. II. F. Dustln, . II. Eddy,
E. V.- Meeks. A. Scott. P. Scott, Mrs.
A. O. CurtlB. Mrs. Thos. McKlnlov,
Mrs. II. Vlila. Mrs. F. McStocker.
Samuel Macy and wire, L. W. Haw
ortri. W. O. Ilyman. T. 0. Bubosu, P.
Smith, A. U. Mlnvllle, Mrs. J. II.
Per stmr. Claudlnc, for Maui
ports, September 3. Mrs. J. Water
house, Mrs, S. Davis, S. T. Alexan
der, J. P. .Cook, Mrs. C. S. Crane,
Miss Barraclaugh Mrs. Jas. Klrklaml
nnd ilnughter, Miss K. Burgncr, Mlus
J. Illce, MIstTO. E. Steele. Miss I.
II. MaBscy, Miss S. L. Barber, X.
Crook. S. Kelllnol and wife, I. M.
Cox, Miss H. Andean, Miss J. R..
Brocker, E. Osboin, Miss L. Mel-, Miss M. Sokuna, Master Sokuna. Mcs
necke, MIsj A. L. Renter. Mies Em-.rra. Young, Bush, Walwl, Holllstcr,
lly Tv.ooir.cy. J. Garcia. Henry Sloan, Kolbtum, Master Kolbaum.'Mrs. Itoilg
Mrs. 8. D. Heapy, K. B. .Itrdrum. P.. R. iiy, Miss Kopke. Messrs. y. H. Rice.
Berg, C. W. Baldwin, A. 11. Sengstnek, Ji., SwtcUt r, U. Blake, Spencer, Wa
MIes StiBle Daniels, J. A. Barker, W. A. tciiiousc, Cooke, Alexander. Carter,
McKay, M. C. Kane, L. M. von Temp-
sky, I K. Smith, J. J. Drummond, Ma
jor Wood, C. H. Ravqn, Mrs. C. E.
Copeland. Miss Ltssa Crlckard, Miss
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalinga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are In the State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices tor oil at the Coal
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells or
100 barrels each per day, you cau
make your own calculation an to
The oil Industry or California is In
Its infancy, yet many lortunes havo
been mado by judicious and lucky In
08tmentH In oil stock. Many mora
will lie mado In the near future.
The averaga advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $10S per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from S1.25
to $1,000 nnd $2,000 per acre
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number or producing well
on Its property, its stock will have
the same show ror even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from SI to $1. 500 ner share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company has
T--T.-. . . ,
no salaried officers, anil Is controlled
by well known gent'jmen ot Integrity,
who will see tnat the money uenveu
rrom the sele of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further information, apply to .1.
H. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agentB ror tno
sale or a limited nraonntf or .Pacini-
Union Oil. Company stoat: stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Not Record Trip
In Sunday's Republican appeared the
Matement that the American ship St.
David had mAde the lemarkably fast
trln of 30 days between Newcastle and
Kahului. This is an error as she ar
rived In Kahului harbor on Ailg. 28,
having made the voyage in Just 38
The record breaker for this voyage
was the American bark California ot
777 tons register, Captain Davis In
rommand, which nrrlved oft Honolulu
hiirbor on August 22, 18S8, having
made the trip In 32 days, sailing the
same with a cargo ot coal.
There was an Important meeting In
Murphy hall yesterday afternoon. At
that time, several committees were
chosen to' take charge of the different
branches of tho work of the organlza.
tlon. Among these was a committee
to tako chfirge of arrangements for the
enlargement of the hall. There will be
another meeting ofthe directors ol
the Murphy Club this nfternoon at the
usual tlmo and tomorrow, Francis Mur
phy and Frmklln Austin will start on
their tour of the plantations of this
The ETenlng Bulletin, 75 cents per
We.'ither Bureau, Punahou, 'Septom
bcr 3. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 75; Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer at 9 n. m. 30.01. Falling.
ltalnlal 10.00. .
Dew Point 63F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal citation, Sep
tember 3. Weather cloudy: wind light
Saturday, August 31,
P. M. S. S. Colon, Macklnnon, 10
days trom Port Los Angeles.
C. & A. S. S. Moana, Carey, 6 days
19 hours rrom Victoria.
Br. bk. Santa, Stronnar, ST days rrorr.
Sunday, September 1.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, trom Hawaii,
Stmr, W. Q. Hall, Thompson, trom
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, trom Maul.
Stmr. Jas. Makcc, Tullctt, trom Ka
uai. Monday, September 2.
Schr. Concord, Sam, trom Paaullo.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, rrom
Schr. Blanche and Ella, trom Kn
ual. Tuesday, Sep'tcmber 3.
Br. stmr. Britannia, trom Fanning
Am. bk. Olympic, Qlbbs, 15 days
Irom San Francisco.
Am. schr. Arlll, Slater, trom thu
Schr. Twilight, rrom Hawaii.
Stmr; Mauna Loa, Slmereon, from
Saturday, August 31.
C. & A. S. S. Moana, for the Colo
nies. Am. sp. J. B. Brown, Knight, tor
the Sound In ballast.
Sunday, September 1.
Am. brgt. Tanner, New hall,- tor tho
Am. bk. Gerard C. Tobcy. Gove, tor
P. M. S. 8. Colon, McKlnnon, fo.'
Port Los Angeles.
Monday, September 2.
Schr. Rob Roy, tor Pearl City.
Tuesday, September 3.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searlc, for
SAILINO THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, tor Hllo
and way ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, for Maul
ports, I p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, lor Moloknl
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Jas. Makee. Tultett, tor Kl
lauea, 4 p. m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Green. Tor Lahalna,
Kaanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhaele.
I p. m.
Schr. Ada, for Hanalel at 5 p. m.
Schr. Malolo, tor Hanalel, at 5 p. m.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. W. il.
jHall, September 1. W. O. Smith.
Warren. Mrs. McAlay. Miss Boneke,
7ayIor. KoUilma, Master Okama, Pa-
liu, J. Mak.ilr.al, Ekekala, Sash, H. E,
Jaeger, His. M. Kahele, Miss A. Ka
makelcl. Master Kalnauoha, Master
Kaheiekalo, Messrs. J. K. Nakaha,
Coulson, B. Rice, Sloggett, and fifty
From Kauai, per stmr, Nllhau, Sep
tember 1. Miss M. Nelson, Mrs. John
Trask and two deck.
From Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlnc,
September 1. C. O. Sullivan, wife
and two children; Miss S. E. Tread
way, Miss M. Sullivan, Mrs. C. H.
Dickey. Miss L. Adams. F. J. Church
and wife, R. T. Wilbur and wire. Mlsa
R. Hodson, Mrs. W. F. Mossmnn, Ml 81
C. Sholtz. Miss H. Sholtz. Miss E.
Sholtz, Master W. Snoltz, J. Garcia,
Mrs. H. Anderson and two children.
Miss J. Knnealil, Miss L. Pupuhl. Miss
Helen Kalwlaea, Miss Mary Safferv,
Masters Robinson (3), Master John
Apa, Masters Hutchinson (2), Mlns
Jennie Bates, Miss R. Shaw, Miss Ed'
lth Dunn. Master E. Dunn. Master II.
Dunn, Miss Joso Awana, Miss R, Al;n
na, Miss M. Garcia, Father Mathla,
Thos. llnnkeril, Mrs. E. B. Cariey an I
two children. Miss M. Von 8eggeru,
Mrs. A. T. Hagencamp, Mrs. Douglass
and son, K. Lowell, Mrs. Bigelow,
Master J. Martins, Master C. A. Klii-
l;ona, Master D. Klakona, MIsb L. Awa
na. Miss L. Arnold, Miss R. Ahu, Miss
P. Kahookano, Master M. Hale', Miss
E. Souza, Mrs. J. Cushlngham, Mini
M. Perry, O. P. Kautmakaole, Mastor
J. Kaalhue, Miss Helen Walace, Mrs,
C. Borba and two children. Master W,
Smyth, Miss De Lima, W. O. Aiken.
Master Geo. Kaluna, Mastor J. Pu,
Master Thos. Wilson. Master Chin,?
Tow, Master Ting On, Master li
Kwal. Aknnalllltl, Master Tnos. Cock
ctt. Master John King. Master Georgo
Simpson, Masters Morton (3), Master
McCann. C, E. King. Tang Wong. d.
Ahml, A. B. Naone. A. II. Wagner, W.
Kala, , llllam White, M,rs. P,. N. Kco-
llOKUOIllllU. J, ft. IlliUO, A. i. UOWBUll,
C. H. C. Moller, W. II. Pain. Wllelo-
wltz, H. T. Hayseldvn and cjghty-flvtt
From Honokaa, per sttnr. f'ooait,
September 1. Miss L. Sharratt, Miss
W. Sharratt. Miss Glian,Mlu3 Lizzie
Moanauil 'and eleven deck.
For the Colonies, per stmr. Moani.
H. W. Knight, J, Patorson, James
Edgar, James Stuart, Wing Chin, Gen.
Parker, Miss Callow and John Smith.
A father will be arrested this after
noon on tho charge of attempted In
cesi. The man was a rormer truant
officer. Ho was caught at Maklkl lart
night. A number of citizens
who were on the Bcene at the
time will be In the Police Court to
testify. The girl, a maiden of sev-
enteen summors, was Kept at me po
lice station nil night for Bafety, and
this nrternoon she will swear to u
complaint against her father.
Vacition Is about over and the
Claudlnc nnd Klnau leaving this nf
ternoon tor Maul nnd Hawaii ports lll
tako away a great many teacheri and
school children who havo been spena
Ing their vacation hero. Both vessela
will be crowded. Tho Hall aleo to sail
this afternoon luis her accommodations
all spoken for.
The Bulletin, 75 cents pnr month.
gmm Adt. in thii column will he intirted
at IS cent a Hue one iutertton : SS
Mi tiro iuifrtiun; S0cen$ out week; 40
cealtttvo weltt .-ip to rtnt$ one month.
Thit i the cheapest odierthingeier offered
the people of itonolvl .
MADAME P.LAMBERT Uit Irom.Pirit
' has removeJ her Irufruktn Parlor trom
Nuuanu Av tn corner Vlreyari an4 Miller St.
Where tht will bplntcHou htrpationt, 191 1-iw
J D, AVERY PUBLIC STEISOGRA-
V nher tvncwrlter nnd nroot rentier
Corporal on and fitU: mreting reported. Acurata
iranrlrts of Impfirtam documents a specialty.
Proof read fo au'hur anJ publ'shcri. Ofnc hours
to 5 :45 Utier ty a;pointmenij. Koom o ci'ta
IJC., Tel Blut6n. iaa-tf
DEDMOUSE THE WATCHMAKER U
' located at ts Aithta tttet. dpe
tlon given to fine watch reptlrirtg.
F YOUHAVE a hotiM for rent or want to tent a
house, see A. M- Blntlt. Collection carefully
attended to and promptly remitted. Office it) Kaa
h unarm street &B4tf
NOTICE The vrpunds of the Alexander Young
Building, and the private street 10 be knnwn as
Bishop street, are clostd to the public until further
nonce. iomdi wm. mi i-n,
Supt. Alexander Young Bid.
NOTICE TO BulLDbKS Th. Unioa k.pr.n Co.
h.l WHITE SAND TOR SALh u)H
WANTED -A ro.Mon bookkeeper ry t.ly wlrti
fihecne.iteit,.rlence, Ad.reitA.C A r.
l'ol office tomi. -tqti- w
llANTCD At Sailor. Home Jlnlnfioi.nts l!r
vv eular to.rJri .tStooter week Mnkl.m..1.
i;c . ihort orders all 4.v. Fr.nch cookinc. I
LamNrt, caterer. 1.17-lw
AANTED Even- man In town looking for a gooi
' rre.l to eat at Brunswkk Oi.teJ and Cr,
Houie. Fort Si.
WANTED-To SillDiamovu .nJ Oi-alKinos.
In In. I.te.t .tytc Watcb.. repaired rV.
Irweler of it y.ar .xperlcnc, G. OIETZ, f-orl Sl,
..r Hotel. iSoH-li
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicely furnlthei
moiqiiitip-oof, electric li.hls : alio bet table
hoard oblalnaM. Special r-fienlne rate., room.
$i it, ard Si rr week. Helen', (.ourt. adjoining
(.11. uuiijmi, on na.ra bare, on n,i i,,ei.
Telephone. hit. t.r .on rnn
THE LANGTjN. Kln M.. ner South. titcelvfurn-
1 uhedruom.. and dblng room In connection with
rouc. Table board. Under rniintement ot Mr. H
rO LET Houie at J.o.w. Sioe. So.jo In P lama'
Arply C.inpbell Ulockrootn )8. ioiw
;OR KENT L.re. furnts'i.d loom lor lo gcntU
m.n. ii6. Fort Sat. OJ.-l w,
FOR RENT A three roon co't.gc fLrn'.hed for
hojlekeeplng. No. g Adam. Lane. i.n-iw-
1 0 LET Hu. it rrevnt occupied by Mm D.
1 Cen-er Young .t-eet extemlon. tie.r McCully
Tract ip'y t. F Ulihop, C, brewer & Co Qen
itreet . 191 -If
TO I E Newlv furnlihed roomii, mounqulto proof,
' terir. rea n.Mt. Third hoJie apo. German
B.k ry, Fort t 19,0-11
COH HEST-Nlcely fwrnished r.e-ror.m' roltae.
r.n Virev.rd -t hum fcmma an I Punchbowl
A'd-et. P O. -r. 6. rgiS.i
I O lEl-hirnlihedcott.jeat Wahlaw
TO .PENT A moiqulto proof roon, fiv. minu'.i
w.lk from tram car In cool district, beard If re
qulied, tcltrhone wtvice Addrei. "E." Bulletin.
TO I ET Newly furrlshed room. Sit 'month up
Beretinla St., corner Ktea jaoku St, Mr.. Jelfi.
FOR RENT A new houie on A-tetlan .treet, of
...room, with all modern Imprnvem.nt. En
quire 01 .na. c. l-ramer l.on.olldat.1 boda Work..
PR RENT Newly fi'mlihtd Iront room, tor Crn
lleman 174 Vlnerd M. t9.i-,w
COR RENT Twn(. ). lory houu at Ktkaulll.e-Pa
t nn Ynunff trt. rnnllnlnir . I...4 m .mk ni.l,..
dlnfni? room, kllchei. b.lh room and natentwaier
cloi-td wniulti. IKpllnl hi-ale Ltd, lan tl
TO LET Kl.ely Jurnlihed and airy rooms at the
.r Ellifi if. Ho'el.rreet loon-imo
T'O LET Two front rooms. No. v Garden Lane,
' ' ' ' . . r . Itlj-tt
IP'you bav. a houf. tor rent, cr w.nttnrm, s
S houie, tall in A K. BINDT. otlice wllh Uulde
PubllihlngC) , Campbell Block. Mrnh.nl .tret',
Telethoie M.ln t74. V tl.e-lf
OFf ICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building. Queen
street, on rt.lon.bhe terms. Arrly to C Itrewer
It Co, Ltd, iMi--mos
POR SALE Two ph..lon. 1. rood condition, On.
uselonlyalhortllmi. Address " V, X." Bul
letin 'JVe I9ii-tf
FOR SALE Furnltute endlea-.M a tl r-om bo-Jt.
In cod location Inqulr. ;? Bcrcl.nl. St. Be
twee n Fort .nd Nuu.nu St.. 1911-tf
FOR SALE-Hous. and l.rg. lot at Kalmuklon
easy raytnent Apply Camrbcll Block rotm )!.
FOR SALE-Lols at Puunul, llllha St., e.sv pay
meit Inquire C.mtell Blotk. Room IB. i-.w
CRESII SI RAW-Ihe Union Ertess Co
ht.. I' t ot fresh f k. Ilr.w fo' ..!.. -9lt-tf
FOP SLF. Lot In McCul 1 tact. -90x90, Juua:
Three lots In K.p.hulu. 19, 01 sq. ft, I14101
Lnt en Herer.nla .. itexio Judd & Ctmp.nv.
ltd. Unlce No tor Slangtnwald Building lei.
Mai" e.t P. O. Boe tor. r,o-t!
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-The "Talula1' as
-3 .he now Pes In the harbor. She I. a nearly new
boat, in perftct working order, and h. been ot 1. 1
used In towlnf at K.hului Harbor. W H f'aln.
FOR LEASE latg. w.rehol) on Quren
Ar-pilf C.irpbe'l Block, room j$, 1
FOR LFASE-Premlies on Union M., wllh a front
ape ol f.l feet and dep'h of ro feet. Long
term given without onerous conditions. Apply to
J. M, MONSARRAT,
Rooms w. 1. Campbell Block. toal-tf
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MORE
when we already had the completest stock In town. Yet if you
knew the Inner history of this purchase the wonJcr would cease.
It was one of thrwe oscf.-in-a-SEason CHANCSS, that brook not
a moments hesitatitu, much less refusal. Indeed, had we not accepted
at sij,ht, wodld we nof have been traitors to our Interests ?
If you have use for one more summer skirt, these invite your
Inspection. Every skirt absolutely p-rfect. Styles the latest; some
plain ; seme with elaborate trimmings ; some with ibres and flounces.
There are all these; materials these good materials Coverts. Denims,
Crashe3, linens, Khakis and Piques. And prices to suit all purses
LOST If Ih. ounr lily, w-io. by ml'UV. or
ctltrrwlf., tok y trom Prcsrci 11.11 l..t
SATUKDAY .vrnlnt a hit. catlin.rr, tlu, .lln
I'nei t.r. with liM. s.nhlnn i4Knr, Mill return
tolht Bulletin office, h. will confer . r.vor. imll
THE BRH Hi
'I'lie ilrltlli cahlrt stramer llrlttanlul
lirrlved liere tills morning rrom Auck
land, Suva. Norfolk Inland, anil Pan-
iiIiirk Inland tills morning. She left
Anrkland rievt-ral months ngn and
niiuU KoiindlnnK aver a zlgiag coursn
to Suva where she arrived on .Inly 29.
Dunni; the trip between the twci places
name very bad weather was encoun
tered but th- (founding were mado
At Suva .1 site for the landing of tfl '
L-Jli!e Iiiik already be.m selected and at
rr frills unit I7ii tin In r.j Is.nnil otntlrtna
Uiave been Jald out. The Hrltnnnla left
Biri'rt for FaiinlnV Ifclanil nnd this
uurt on Viuust S
Prom Suva the vessel made 181
soundings to Fnnnlngs Island. Oni
)ii)l found wan .".l.'O rathnrns deep.
This wnThe greatH.it depth sounded
and It took one liour and twenty-tw. f
mlnulea to do the work. At Fanning,
luland but one plnro. Whalers' an
chorage, was found suitable tor a en
tile landing., A house was built there.
Iiefore leaving the Injured mate,, of tho
schooner Helen N. Kimball who was
left there after the loss of the vessel
wuh taken aboard uud brought to this
port. He Is still In bad health but re-
r,,vf,rint. rrnm htu Inliirv Vnntiln.
,vennK iroin niK injur. hanillllgS
1 " --
Island was. left one week ago today
The last hounding wns made la latitude
8 tlegreeH 18 minute north. longltuile
ID" degrees 7 minutes feat. The ca-
blo will maketone Btretch or 3C00 mllef
from Vancouver tn Kauulngs 'Island
nnd will pass within '2"0 lullea each ot
the Island of Hawaii, ' '
Tho Jlm.uinlii is owned by tho
'relegritpirCtiiihtniitlo'i Company nnd
niter clearing" here will depart In
about ten days for London by 'way
of Hlutfuport and tho Suez t-anal, IUt
oincurn urn ail follows: .Captain J. E.
Loach, Chief tllfliw R, Garrett. Sec
ond Olllciir V. Campos, Thltd Ofllcer
R. Ournhain. Fourth Oltlcer it.
Proughton, Navigating Offlcur l.
Newton. Chief Engineer A. Rendlo.
Surgeon Dr. Colunmn. .Mr. Peek, agent
lor thu Pat'ltk- Cable Company, nnd
Mr, C.'aiktv agent for the Construc
tion Company, are paxdftngers w'.t.i
will I...1V-. Mi 44,1 hpr.
: " --
Run Over JapnneHC
Sllva. the Vortuguisit drlter for
Henry Wnterhoiwe, drove Into one ot
tin. Japanese laborers for the Tram-v.-uys
Co., nt tliy iirner of lletln;'l;ii(l
King streets at apbut 1;4S o'clotk tills
uftciuooB. Thelpoor fellow was rolled
under the rig and very badly bruised.
Sllva has had the charge of furious
nnd heedless driving placed against
Hilly V'ida ami th polIc hu . been
kept busy lately pulling Illicit liquor
sellers and dUtlll-rs in the- Kuln dis
Fit, j Job Printing g-t tlio Bui
Clean and Useful.
A No. a Eddy Ri-frlgi'iator Is for
sale, CHEAP. Apply I.. A., Hoffman
Saloon. 1932-1 w
FRATERNALL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Thti inet'tliig cjillud lor Wednesday.
September ,1, Is pimtfumt'd until fur
ther notlfti. T. A. SIMPSON,.,
1S32-1I ' ' awn-Wry.
All ilKpaituumU of Oahu Collogq
will open September 10, Catalogut'H
havo btinn plated Tor distribution nt
thu Hawaiian Nowa Co., Thrum's,
Wall, Nichols Co.. uud Golden H11I0
Bazaar. A, M. SMITH,
1932.lt Per S. II. B. S.
Jas. F. Morgan
" 65 Qaen Wy t
Qfl WEDNESDAY "SEPT. 4
' .. AT .3 'CL0CK. A' M-'
A,,m r.,ml', i ' . .r"l'l'in 8lrVe1, '
lwl" EC" nt P"b,lc A"c"in- "X nlr or
... .. r ..u.a, ....ob.J, .ttt: Vllil.U
bankrupt stock or tho Chit Yip Co.,
consisting in part or
Chinese Silks, dress Cloth,
Silk Handkerchief. Lawns.
DlmUloB, Prints, Organules.
Ladles Dress Goods.
Ladies' Under Garments and Hosi
ery. Cornets. Meii'd Under Garments,
Horks. White and Negllgcu Shirts.
Men ami Women's Shoes.
Straw and Felt Hats.
White and Unbleashed Cotton.
Camphorwood Trunks, Illankets.
Comtorters. Towels. Embrolderle.t.
Linen Hstadkerchlers. Neckties.
Silk r'ans. Alarm Clocks. Jewelry.
Perfumes. Toilet Articles, Combs.
Brushes, Shawls, Buttons, Thread.
Hanging Lamps and Store Fixture?.
All new goods, and a sale worth nt
tt'iidlng. MS. F. MORGAN.
No Wre Dread
of the Cental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. -No sleep-producing agents or
These aro the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold rrowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teeth
and warranted for teniyears, WITH-8
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by 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 find
ua to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth .6SOO
Gold Crowns SB. OO
Gotd FllllnC SI.OO1
silver PUIInfir. S0c
s1 AJM."iJ'fD TXitJJr .
Our name alone will bo n nuarante
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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