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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, lwn,
Everybody Wants 'em
Get Yoirs First;!
E. 0. HALL & SON
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
f N OTWIJfllllll 'VIJ- M VUN,....&.
jjj Beautiful garden scene containing
lllt $'IIIV.ti I't'll Ji tll lll.3i.Ji. utw y twuy n nvm
We are making a specialty of s:lllng the verv
best KONA COFFEE, anJ will assure you of
the belt satl-factlon If bought at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
P3T Groceries delivered frfe lo all part of the cltv.
F. A, Schaefer & Co.
Wc iuc now In the Automobile
Building nncl are prepared o turn
the flneHt livery In town.
Boarder Hiife from fire, iih
the building Ih F1RE-PKOOF.
RING US UP 1
Tel. Main 301
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Store and
120 Hotel St.
COME - ISARL.Y '
Don't Wult Till
they nre nil gone
coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
& SONS, Ltd,
Apiiolntetl hy Royul Wiirnint
Purveyors of Scotch Whiskey
to Ills Majesty, King Edwurd
Finest lixti-n Special Old
Large Consignment JiiHt
Lessees Messrs. Polluid
Manager Mr.. C. v. Pollute!
SEPT. 18th, 1901
of sixty performers In thu charm
ing Japanese comic opera
For the First Time In Honolulu.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 30 and 31.
"The Belle of New York"
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
(rand Orchestra and Chorus under the
dliectlon of Mr, A. It. Moultou
Stago Manager Mr. 13. Nnblo
Machinist Mr K. J. Pollard
Ilallet uistreb8.....MlKs Annlo .uoore
Wnrdrobo Mis. f.. Snnihon
Scenic AlttHt Mr. Oco. Itrunton
Property Man Mr. 13. Counclll
Tt ensurer , ...Mr. A. I.ovoy
Tim box plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co., where scaU can bo had.
PRICES $1.50, $1, 50c
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
A. II. POI.LAItD,
Huwn. Hotel. Una.
iViMa.., . .1wi M -.', - .,
Temperature mean for the month.
78.7; normal, 77.C; average dally maxi
mum. 8..1; nvciagc dally minimum,
"3.4; average dally range, 11.7; great
est dally range, isO.5; least dally range,
8.0; highest temperature, 87.5; lowest,
Darometer average, 29.964; normal,
29.970 (conected for gravity by .06);
highest, 30.07 on the 31st; lowest, 29.
SS on the 17th; greatest 24-hour
change, .0(1. Pressure was low during
the first half of tho month, and high
during the last half. This Is the fifth
successive month of barometer lower
Relative humidity, C7.8 per cent;
normal, 08; mean dew point, 07.3; nor
mal, 1.0.0; mean absolute moisture,
7.31 gialn to the cubic foot; normal,
Rainfall, 1.03 Inches; normal, '2.12;
raln-rccord days, 19; normal, 18;
grrntest rainfall In one day, 0.25; total
at Luakaha. I.G1 at Kaplolanl Park,
no report. Total lalnfnll since January
1, 23.97; normul, 22.74.
The artesian well at Punahou Is not
In older for record; from other well
no moid. The nvcingo dully mean
sea level was 10.38 feet on the scale;
10.00 representing the assumed annual
Tindo wind days, 30 (0 nfN'NK);
normal for August, 29. Average forcn
of wind (during dallght), Beaufort
scale, 3.2. Cloudiness, tenths of sky,
10; noimal, 4.0. For the hitter half
Of the month there were almost no up
per current clouds.
I'cicrntaKes of district rainfall as
compared with normal: Hllo. 50 per
cent; llnmnkr.a, 8; Koliala, 20; Wnl-mi-a,
52; K'onn, 80; K'nu. 45; I 'una.
100; Maul variable, 25 tu 100; Oahil.
50 per cent except Nortn point, 100;
Kauai. 100. The drought In North Ha
waii Is very serltiijs, and Is .tccompanl
cd by destructive forest flies. The en
tire absence of any shifts In the trade
wind either toward North or Hast niuy
be an Immediate cause of tho lack of
Mean temepartuies: Pepeckeo, Hllo
district, 100 feet elevation, average
maximum, 79.9; aieragc minimum,
71.0; Walmea, Hawaii, 2730 elevation.
Ttj.5 and 00.8; Kohnla, 521 elevation.
82.3 und 72.4; Kiiluokalnu. W. It. Cas
tle's. CO feet elevation, highest, 80;
lowest, 09; mean, 78.0.
Sea was smooth first half of month;
heavy bwcII noted tow aid the end of
the month. Snow still visible on Man
na Ken. No earthquakes reported.
A sudden rise of the sea. or "tldu1
nine," of nbout four feet occuried at
Kalian, west coast of Hawaii on tho
Mb about 11 a. m. It was noticed down
that coast to the southward, but not
elsewhere, and nppe.ired us a dis
turbance of about two Inches on the
Honolulu tide gauge. According to the
papers seismic disturbances took place
In Japan about that time, but not
early enough for the pasage of a wau
to this port. The limited range of this
we would seem to Indicate a near
fcourtc. for the disturbance.
CURTIS J. LYONS,
General (Irani reports flint the Uus
clans are Improving In civilization.
People who go there without official
and social ndantage8 don't appear so
mio of It. Brookljn Kdglo.
SIXTH CELEBRATION OF
tu lie held
Saturday, Sept. 21, '01
COMMENCING AT 0(30 A. M.
1. Slvoared sliding beat barge, fro
for all. Prize. $30; trophy.
2. Sl-ared gig race; stationary
scats. Prize. $30.
3. Slx-oaied sliding seat barge,
((.stimuli race. Prlie, $25; trophy.
I. First class yacht race. First
pi lie $3n, trophy; second, $30, trophy
3. Second class yacht lace. I'lrst
prize. $33. trophy; second, $20, troph).
B. Third class yacht race. Put
piize, $30 trophy; second. $20 tiophy,
tlihd, $13 trophy.
i. hourtu clans yacht race. Mist
price. $23 tlophy; second, $211 trophy
x. Tug or war between JapaneHH
fishing boats. Prize, $20,
!i. Swimming rate; . 100 yards
btralghtaway. Pilzo, $13.
1. DUlng contest for time. Prlzn
1NTI3IIMISSION Foil I.UNCH.
11. Four-oaied shell lace. Pilze, $23
12. Whaleboat race. First prize, $30;
13. SI-paddlo caniAj race, Fi)-s'.
pilze, $20; second, $15.
It. Intermediate slx-oared hurgo
I ace, Blldlng seat. Prize, $25 trophy.
15. Steamer boat race. First, $30;
111. Sailing ennoe race. First prize,
$2o; second, $10.
IT. Half-mile, more or fess, swlnp
mlng contest. PrUe, $15,
18. Four-oared merchant shlpa'
beats. First prize, $20; second, $10.
19. Two-oared shore boat. First
pilze. $15; second. $10y
20. Two-oaied sliding sent race In
boats from Germany. Prlzo $20 tro
Above pingiam subject to (hang?,
Knees open to all. No entry foen.
Swimming nnd diving races open mi
til start of laecs.
All rowing laces nre to be governed
l the lacing rules of the Hawaiian
Kncli cntiy shall Include tho name of
the boat, or If It huve none the nam 3
of the person who enters It In tho race.
Hntrtes close with J. W. Smithies at
Pacific Hardware Co, at 5 p. m. Wed
nesday, September 18. 1901.
For further Information apply to the
Itegatta Committee or tho secretary,
J. W. Smithies. 1912-lf
... -,-witfy .
Friday, Sept. 13.
(las. schr, I3cllpsc, Townsend, from
Schr, Ada, from Kauai ports,
Saturday, Sept. 14.
Str. Walalealc, Piltz, from Koloa.
Am, schr, Robert Leweia, Under
nood, 29 das from Ludlow.
Str. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Friday, Sept. 13.
T. K, K. Nippon Marti, Orccne, for
Schr. lllnnche & 1311a. for Kauai.
Schr. Mlllc Moirls, for Onliu ports.
For Sun Francisco, per str. Nippon
Marti, Sept. 13 Prof. Hashford Dean
and wife. Capt. Pcron.
From Hllo, per Etmr. Klnau, Septem
ber II. C. (3. Kennedy. I'. Peck.
Capt. Paul Smith, H. Humberg, ()
W. I.effler. J. 0. Dawson. Sam Now
Icln. Capt. A. Rice. F. A. Howe, Peter
l.t'O, Call II. W'lddeniann, lluiplt John
ston, 13. N. Holmes, wire and child;
Miss l.elu Sncncer. Miss (tattle lis-
pal, Aichle Hapal, (icorgc llnpnl. Oco.
Mfrfimc. .mish s. i.ymnu. .uisk ia
doll and child. Miss Florence Hill.
Miss Julia Damon, A. 13. Mlnvlcllc,
YV. Thayer. J. Jeanson. J. Kan'1
holo, Mrs. J. tl. Oreen, K. Aklor.n.
Sum Chong, MIks I.. Knnehnku. M!s
Hempstead, Mm. J. V. Young nnd
frur children. Master J. Tlmoteo. Ilev.
K. J. Van Deerllns. Kov. O. II. tin
lick. Willie Campbll, II. MedciloH It
S. AudievH. Peter Mulliia. 11.
naona and 152 deck passengers.
ON THE DENS!1
, ., , i. . i it
In tl.e damage suit entered In t h
United States District Court by C. II.
Iliown ngalnst T. K. Pnvldsqn und
others, charging defendants with un
lawful combination, as between master
and journeyman plumbers, the defen
dants T. F. Davidson, J. N. Shafcr,
James Nott, Jr., K. It: Bath, II. rich
ring, 1-3. W. Qulnn, O. Sellers and Pat
rick O'Donnell by their ntlorne.j. Ma
goon ft Thompson, file n general denial
to the complaints, saying "they are
not guilty of tho grievances therein
charged against them or either or
any part thcieof nnd of this I he defen
dants put themsehes upon the coun
try." Magoou & Thompson also file a mo
tion to dismiss the case as ngalnst the
following defendants, on account of
wont of proper service upon them, viz.:
W. W. Cross, A. Pllas W. W. (Ira
ham. John Nott, W. J. I3ngland. 13.
i M.MUU, r ii.-ih.-i ii -iv nullum!, ritiiin'
jcicicenocrg. A. iisier, joun .iioore, ii.
(inulil. 'inns i:nllllinn. Jnnn nop Kill-'
llvan, Itlchard Hoe Head, Dad Slatteiy,
Nogood Smith, Thomas Dixon. Thank
less Montague. Unkind Ilustlng. Tin
ker O'Hrlen, Worthless I.each nnd John
SPENCER'S DAMAGE CLAIM
Victoria, II. C Sept. .1. Chit lea
Spencer, a Ilrlton, who worked his
passage here from the Orient on the
steamship Khiprcss of China, Is en
deltvoilng to have his claim for dam
ages against the United Slates Goxerr.
ment pressed. Ho was nrronti'd at
Caloocnn on Febiuary 24. 'While time,
he states, he wns handling a conimU
slon for A. W." Prautsch of Minila, for
whom he was engaged In buying the
swords, arms and ammunition of Span
ish officers for sale to the IJnlt'.l States
forces. He was taken bcMie General
Otis and placed In the nrsenal, where
he was held seveinl mouths, accused
of being In the possession of mup-i and
drawings of American defence In Ma
nila nnd of being a spy In the pay of
the Insurgents. It was subsequently
pioven that he was Innocent, an) h
now asks damages for helm; held In
prison. He states that he wan held in
prison until iiereinner n ijeiore lie was
token before Major Pu'aani Diadlee
Strong, when he leane;. for the first
time or the charge against lili.i.
TODAY'S BA8BBALL. GAME.
The fourth game of baseball In the
Winter I.tngue series will bo played
on .the campus at Ojhu College tlq'H
afternoon, beginning at 3o'clock. The
Capitol und 13. O. Hall & Sou te.ima
will contest. Following ate the play
etb and their positions:
CAPITOL , JIAI.L & SON.
Hoonnn Klun. Sllva
Wuhltt C. Willis
C. Ivaauot , P, Gleasou
J. Bolster Kaal
J, Williams T. Prlco
Right Field. ,
S. Chllllngwortli sllva
J. Ajlett Kokl
S. Mahelona Hunsmann
Substitutes Capitol, G. Rose, J.
Ewallko. H, Peters; Hall & Son, A. H.
By the mall to tuo East yesterday
went forth the nut requisition upon
the gocrnment for the local militia.
The request was fo'r arms nnd accou
trements for 100 men, There will lio
for tho use of equipping the newly
organized companies at Wnllukii ami
Sans of St. George.
There will bo a regular meeting of
he Sons of St. Geoigo nt T:30 Mon
day evening. Sept. ICtli, In the St. An
tonio Hnll, Vineyard stieet, between
Kmma and Punchbowl.
SHIRT WAIST COLLARS
STYLE AND COMFORT
COMBINED : : :
Be Adiscd and Try One
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at IS cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 63
cents one month. This It the cheapest
adver,.n3 ever offered the people cf
SELECT RELIABLE HELP Mnl- or
female. Tel. 2811 Blue or call "Se
lect Ktnployment Ornc" Magooa
hhlg. Merchant and Alalcea Sts.
GCT OUR PrFcES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions nrj
guainntecd fori twenty years, and
nro mado by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nre as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful nlot lunchlue.
Palmer Wlllard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. l'jST-Sm
MRS. HORTON Inning retuined from
her visit to the Coast, will resumo
Pianoforte Tuition Wednesday, Sep-
ItesldHiice, r3 Itu-yai .1
REDriOUSE The Watchmaker, is lo
cated at 1115 Alakea St. Special at
tention given to fine watch repair
.IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
' mit tn nfr n linlmu mii A D
unlit tu 4 vttk n tiiMirtf oy j rt
BINDT. Collections eniefuliy it
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Oflice 115 Knal.uraanu street. 1893-lf
NOTICE Tho grounds oi the Alexan
der Young building, and the prhute
street to be known as Bishop street,
arc closed to tho public until fur
(Signed) WM. MUTCH.
1ST8-3m Supt. Alex. Young llldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Kxprcss Co. has WHITE oAND FOIt
SA1.I3. 1543 tf
WANTED Baker wanted Immediately
at Herman uauery on ort at.
WANTED Pupils to larn typewrit
ing; position found when competent;
lowest terms. Uoom 8, Mugoon bldrf.
WANTED $1,000 to (7iilarseau al
ready paying business; quick re
turns; no risk. Address C. A., this
WANTED Position by a young laity
as stenographer; experienced. L.
H., P. O. box 363. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED in every largo
county to appoint ugenta for tho fa
mous "(lame o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drlnka or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Uented or
Bold on easy payments. Secure tor
iltory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago, Ills. 193T-2m
WANTED A position as bookkeeper
by Indy with fifteen years' experi
ence. Address A. C. A. K-, Postofilcti
box 231. 1932-2W
WANTED To sell Diamond niufbpnl
Itlngs. In tho latest styles. Watrhes
lepalrcd by a Jeweler of 35 years'
e:.perlcnce. G. DII3TZ, Fprt street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
TO LET Furnished room, $5 pur mo.
Also front room furnished, only $10.
53 Vlnoyard St. 1937-tf
TO LET One furnished room, mos
quito proof; No. 2 King Place, off
TO LET House ut pressnt occupied
by Mrs. D. Center. Young street ex
tension near Mc Cully tract. Apply
K. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newly furnUhod rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third Iioubo above German Bakery,
Fort St. 1930-tr
OFFICES FOR RENT In Brewer
liulldlng, Queen St., on reasonable,
terms. Apply to U. Brewer & Co.,
FOR RENT Nicely fiiniUhcd five
room cottage on Vineyard St., Lo
tween 13mma nnd Punchbowl. Ad-
diess P. O. Box 012. 1928-if
TrJ RENT A mosquito pioof room,
live minutes' walk from tramcar in
cool district; board if required; tel-,
ephono Bcrvlco. Address "K," llul-l
Ieun. 1920 tf
FOR RENT A now houso on Artu
slun St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. 13nqulre of Chas.
13. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
...... JV-a's'', Vi-J. WeiaH2A tit-.
4 M V DEAR" said the
yl r room, ''Why do you
Insist on turning In
the neck of your shift waist like
that? It isn't at all artistic."
"Because, John, it's so hot nere."
said the bride, "And, besides, low
neck Is all the stylo In the East
now." Two good reasons ; true
ones, too ; but we wonder If that
bride liacf been introduced to the
SHIRT WAIST COLLAR.
Made of dainty laces and ribbons,
it can be worn with any shirt
waist, adding prettily to the appear
iinre of that garment, and taking
away the unfinished look which it
hjs when the neck band is merely
folded in. They don't Cost much
either. A dollar will enable you'
to try the experiment.
TO LET Two front rooms. No. !l
(Innlen lane. 1880-tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South SU six
rHiniH; modern Improvements; $20.
Kminett May, Judd lildg. 1940-tf
FURNITURE For sale, furniture of
S-room cottage (new) 'with privilege
of renting cottage at SIT per month.
Call No. J2S Marmlon St. 1938-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; snnltary
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II., P. O.
box :ic,t. . isnstt
TO RENT Ttesldenco of Dr. J. 8.
McOrew. cor. of Ilcretnnlu and
Itlchard Stx., suitable for doctor'H
ofilci? or prhate residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. S. McOrew, Iamnlllo, cor.
Hackfeld, or J. T. McGrtv, Illshop
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekuullke-pa. on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room nnd patent
wnter closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Kstate. Ltd. 1921-tf
IF yon haw a house for rent, or wnnt
to rent n house, rail on A. H. IUNDT,
ollUe with Guido Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St.. Tel
ephone Main 3T4. 1SIT-U
FOR SALE Stelnway parlor grand
piano; perfect condition. Cull on
Will K. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE New and second-Hand
Smith Premier typewriters for nalo
or rent. .All makes repaired. Wasn
Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons in goad
condition. One used only a tdmrt
time. Address "V. X.,' Bulletin of
FOR SALE Furniture nnd lease of a
13 room house In good location. In
quire 59 Beretanla St., betweon Fort
and Nuunnu Stu. 1925--.f
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract,
190x90. $2,200; three lots in Kapa
linlii. 19,000 square teet. $1,400; lot
cm Beretanla St.. 150x50. Judd is
Co., Ltd. Office No. 30T Stnngcn
wald building; telephone Main 222;
P. O. Box C6T 1910-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula," bb alio now lies In the har
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kdhiilul
harbor, W. H. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW The Union Express
Co. nan a lot of fresh rice straw (or
FOR LEASE PrcmlscH on lllilon St.,
with a frontage or 242 tret and a
depth oi TO feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSAllllAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST Pass book No. 3345 on BIMi
op'a Savings Batik. Finder please
return to this office nnd receive re
LOST If the young lady, who. by
mlHtako or otherwise, took nwny
from Progress Hall last SATRU
DAY evening a white cashmere,
bluo satln-llned enpe. with white
Hwansdown edging, will return It to
the Bulletin office, she will confer a
lav or. 1932-tf
BEE IIUNTBR FIRE.
Hllo, Sept. 13. Albert Horner telt
phoned tho Tribune Wednesday after
noon concerning the outbreak of tho
new fire which called him home sud
denly on Tuesday. The fire originated
several hundred yards below the lower
lino of the big fire and was caused by
two nntlvo bee hunters. Thoy failed
to extinguish the lire started to smoke
out tho bees. The result Is a new for
est (lie which nt Wednesday 3 p. Pi.
had spiead over about fiOO acres nnd
among other damage Is burning coffee.
Thu coffee houses on the Horner plan
tation which were reported burned nro
still all right.
"Mr, Bunker looks worried these
Uajh." "Yes, another addition to hla
family arrheil last week." "But he's
enormously wealthy. Why should he
wony over another mouth to feed?"
"P. Isn't that, but thu thought that it's
another ono to buy golf balls for even
tually." Philadelphia Press.
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Jas. F. Morgan
ii 68 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
, vN' 7
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Theso nre the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years,' WITH
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
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 85.00
Gold Crowns $5.()0
Gold Fillings CIOO
Silver Fillings..,) cOo
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Stroet,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.