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SUNnAYUI.I.IjrtlfioNOI.nLC. II. T.. SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
ER COMING TO AMERICAWI OH NNUK
IS WHAT ELKS WILL
SOON BE VICTIMS OF
Unless you visit our store frequent
ly you scarcely know of the possibili
ties that exist thcro Tor handsome
Thcro's not a steamer comes In but
what brings us tho latest novelties
anil new Roods for every department.
This week wo aro making a special
showing ol tho following:
" COTTON COVERT CLOTH
For Outing and Vacation Skirts
Wo havo It In Hluo, Drown and
Green, also in checks and stripes.
Width, 28 Inches.
7 Yards for Sl.00
NEW WHITE PIQUES
Something decidedly new 'and at
tractive In Figures and Plaids. Very
best quality. N
25c and 30c per Yard
ALL WOOL GOODS
With Embroidered Stripes
Roautlful goods for Steamer Waists,
colors, nod, Green, Old Ilose, Groy,
Drown, lavender. Width 28 Inches.
$1,00 per Yard
Also a complete line of French
GOOD QUALITY WHITEQUILTS
Full sizes and a largo stock. You
would pay for them at other places
$1.00. Our price 85 cents.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Concert by Pupils
of Mrs. E.C. Varndley
Tomorrow evening the. pupils of Mrs.
E. Clymer Varndley will give a con
cert. The program for tho event is as
Valse Caprice Rubinstein
Miss Elsie Smith.
Pa van (Old Spanish Dance).... Sharpe
Miss Marjory Lcadlngham.
Lady Iictty (Old English Dance)..
Miss Ida Koepkc.
n. My Rosary ....E. A. P. Newcomb
b. I Love Thee Elward Grclg
Miss Ethel Damon.
a. Dance (Sanzwcise)
Meyer Helmund. Op. 28, No. 2
b. Scarf Dance
Miss Lizzie Whitney.
Fly Away. Dlrdling Abt
Miss E. Taylor, Mrs. J. W. Yarndley.
Miss Ethel Horner.
Fur Ellse Ueethovcn
Miss Marjory Leadlnghum.
Spanish Dance (Ilolero)
Moszkowskl, Op. 12, No. 5
Prlmo, Miss Grace Lcadlngham; sec
ondo, Mrs. J. W. Yarndley.
PART II. t
Hexentnnz (Witches' Dance)
MUs Lena Rosewnrno.
MUs Elslo Smith.
Itec. and Arietta I Will Sing of
Thy Great Mercies (St. Paul)
Miss Ethel Damon.
a. Paplllons Roses. Thome, Op. 59, No.2
b. Pomponette Durani
Mies draco Leadlngham.
Wanderer's Night Song (Duet)....
MUs E. Taylor, Mrs. J. W. Ynrndley.
Caehoucha Caprlco Ratt
MUs Ethel Horner.
My Olft to Thee (Poem by Oliver
Daiiibrldgc) ...Mrs. J. w. larnuiey
Mis. J. W. Yarndley
Duet Anltras' Dance (Peer Gynt
Suite) Edvard Grelg. Op. 4i)
Prlmo, Miss Lena Roscwarne, secondo,
Mrs. J. W. Ynrnuiey.
nw Jersev has ranked sixth In vol
uo or manufactured products for lorty
years. Tho wngc earners of tho Statu
are 12.8 per cent of the total popula
tlon.'nnd among them are 50,000 wow
en and 8000 children.
For Postal Cards
One of tho most noticeable develop,
ments In the Postoftlcc Department ia
tho Increasing use of postal cards. Tin
number circulated through the malls it
Increasing every month and to supply
the domand tho United States postal
printing oftlce up In Rumford Kails,
Me., is being run night and day.
It Is now turning out 3,000,000 postal
cards dally and still the demand in
creases. New York,- Iloston, Chicago,
Pittsburg, Detroit, Cincinnati, Balti
more and Troy use more postal cards
than other cities.
One of tho newest and Increasing
uses for postal cards Is to secure opin
ions on all sorts of subjects. When
ever a business concern, a social or
ganization or a political body wishes
to test the state of public feeling on
any point now It circulates postal
They are printed so that all the citi
zen whoso opinion Is s'ought needs to
do, Is to wrlto "yes" or "no" or to
afflx a mark to a question, sign his
namo and drop the card in tho mail
HILO'S NEW DOCK.
Hllo, June 19. As soon as tho lumber
which Is now ordered from the Coast
arrives in Hllo, work upon the con
structlon of tho new docks will be
pushed. Tho limit of time lor the com
pletion of the work 1b January 1, 190.1.
Negotiations are in progress between
Mr. Amweg and the Hllo Mercantile
Company for tho material to m used
In building tho big dock, Mr. Amwcg
will also endeavor to mako terms with
the Hllo Electric Light Co. for electric
power to run his dredgers which will
bo put to work at an early date. As
be now figures, tho real work of con
struction will commence In September.
Girl Drowned at Kehena.
Hllo, Juno 19. On Sunday last three
young Hawaiian girls went bathing at
Kehena. The sea was rather rough
and tho girls had considerable illtll
culty. Suddenly an unusually largo
wavo washed one of tho girls on the
rocks and before she could regain her
footing a second wave struck her.
I breaking her arm. It was discovered n
few minutes later that the youngest o
the three, a girl of nine years old, had
been washed out to sea. Her body was
I not recovered. Herald,
N'cw York, June 5. Mrs. Ilrown-Pot-of
ter ns Calypso In Stephen IMillllp's I
groat classical play. Ulysses, will visit
tho United States next season. She
Is now playing at Her Mnjesty's The
ater, London, where she is scoring one
of the big triumphs of her brilliant ca
reer. Her great success Is especially cess is a splendid vindication of the to produce It In London In tho fall and
sweet to the great nctress on account I great actress from a popular stand- bring It to America In January.
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Lima's Wonderful Collection of
The city of Lima, Peru, possesses the
most wonderful collection of street
names probably In tho world, They aro
Nowhcro else arc you likely to And
Noisy street or Oood Death street,
Jackass street or Humpback street,
Afflicted street or the Street of th
Seven Sins. Hut they have them all In
Lima, and many more quite as curious.
A South American traveler with an
eye for the odd and curious has for
warded to the New York Sun a partial
list of the street names In Limn In
Spanish with a literal translation of
the meaning of their titles. Here nre a
few of the oddest of the titles:
Af dieted Street Allljldos
Hitter Strct Amargura
Help Street Am para da
Jackass Street Uorrlco
Little Jackass Street Ilorrlqultos
Good Death Street Duena Muerte
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Unscrupulous Publishers Who Rob
In this era of well nigh universal au
thorship there has arisen a band of un
scrupulous knaves who, Vllh tho skill
of a confidence man, endeavor to turn
the popular desire for literary fa mo to
their own advantage,
"It Is the greatest 'graft' that ever
happened, my boy," said one of tho
most cold blooded of these rogues, as
ho boasted of his achievements. "Wo
have our hands on tho most potent
valvo of tho humnn mind tho conceit
of literary authorship and wo presa
the button tho money Is sure to follow.
''Wo keep a sharp lookout and as
soon ns we learn of un aspiring author
who is engaged upon a 'magnum opus,'
or has had one turned down by a big
publisher, wo camp on his trail, anJI
wo never let up until we land him. "Wo show him, however, that by hit
"Of course we ndopt a 'stand offish'! own statement ho will bo nblo to pub
policy as soon as ho begins to nibble.' llsh nt bis own risk to much hotter ml-
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"Buck Joseph" Laid Out by White Man's Lucky Draw
"There may bo citizens In Dcadwood
who remember Iluck Joseph," said the
man with tho taper fingers as ho per
mitted u smllo to lurk arouud the cor
ners of his mouth. "Iluck was a full
fledged Sioux Indian, but he had learn
ed u thing or two In his time. Ono ot
'em was how to play poker, and another
Was how to hold the best h.and. Ho
was early on tho ground at Dcadwood
and lie was a winner from tho start.
"There wcro somo pretty slick gamb
lers hanging out there In the old days.
They1 bellovcd a good deal In luck, but
a good deal more In fingering tbo cards.
None 'of them bad Iluck Joseph's
slclght-of-hand, howeycr. They tried
him on time, and again, and they work
ed nil tho arts known to tho profession,
but he was still ahead of tho game. As
a last resort they sent over to Abilene,
Knn., for mo. I'm not going to say
what I was doing over there, but the
boys who knew mo beBt were ready to
bet 2 to 1 that I downed Iluck at his
the now famous dispute she recent-
' llni' w"b Stephen Piillllps on ao
ro"nt "r Ilor lntt'rIretntlon of Calypso,
utiiiiiu'iMici BuuiiKi- i-uimeiiiiii'ti
tho passionate fervor tlie actress 'n-
slsts on putting Into the part. Phil-
lips fuvored a restrained elassleal ren-
doling of fiu role. Mrs. Potter's sue-
Good Luck Street Duena Ventura
Goat Street Chlvnto
Kid Street Cabrlto
Horse Sticet Caballo
Shrimp Street Cnmaiones
lionise Street Currozu
Noisy Street Chlllou
Suck-a-Syrlnge Street ..Chupa-Jerlnga
Eyctooth Street Colmillii
Eat-tullow Street Come-sebo
New Comedy Street ... Comedla Nueva
Old Comedy Street Comedla Vleja
llurcaux Street Comodus
Heart of Jesus Street Coinzon dc Jesus
Humpback Street Corcobado
I-'oui'-llttlc-thlngs Street. Cuatro Cositas
Ilarefoot Street Desralsas
Holy Ghost Street Esplrltu Santo
Devil's Pocket St Kaltrlqucra del Diablo
Turkey Iluzzurd Sticet Galllnazo
Little Turkey lluzzard St.. .TTalllnaclt'i
Cocks Street Galios
Cat Street Gato
tell him that wo can never consider his
book until It has run tho gauntlet or
our readers nnd critics, but that Is only
for the purposo of increasing his own
belief In Its great qualities. Lord bless
you, If It Is tho veriest rot ever penned
wo will bundle It. An adverse criticism
upon a book Is an unknown quantity
In our shop.
"Then wo Inform him that the ex
pense of publication will bo about $300,
which wo expect him to stand. He
demurs, whereupon wo ask him how
many copies he thinks ha can dlsposo
"Incautiously and Ignornntly ho esti
mates the number nt a thousand. In
reality, If he lias good luck and lots of
friends he can sell about fifty
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"When I reached Dcadwood," con
tinued tho narrator, "I had $S00 In cash
with mo. Old Lo came, up smiling with
an equal amount and wo snt down for
an all-day tea party. I started out
square as a dot, depending on luck
alone, nnd I had lost $500 before I mad
a change. Then I went In for nothing
less than Hushes, nnd Inside ot an hour
I got my money back. Iluck knew 1
was beating him at his own game, nnd
Social Side of Kau.
Hllo, Juno 20. Mr. and Mrs. Walton,
In Kau glvu pleasant socials, dances
and leceptlons nt their homo every
Saturday evening to tho employes of
tho Hawaiian Agricultural Company.
Tho danco and reception last Saturday
evinlng was especially pleasuut. Tri
bune. Sunday Bulletin, $1,25 per year.
rltten for her
by the Itev. F. A. Phillips, vicar of
woricsion. ai wnoso cuurcu sue nan
twice delivered recltntlons. It Is call-
oil "Tho Hector." Social problems are
seriously discussed In Its scenes of a
London smart set. Mrs. Potter hopes
Rum Street Guarapo
Guitar Players' Street Gultarcras
Hole Street Hoyas
Egg Street Htiuvo
Hravo John Street Juan Vnllentc
Humpback John Street
Juan do la Coba
Kill Jew Street Matajudlos
Kill Moor Street Mntumoros
Kill Seven Strct Mata Sletc
Tripe Sellers' Street ... .Mondongueros
Hair Comb Street Vines
Danger Street Pellgro
Mice Street Pcrlrotcs
Ilurnt Street (Jucmailo
Health Street Snlud
Seven Syringe Street . . Sleto Jerlngas
Seven Sins Street Iito Pecndos
Sigh Street Suspires
Little Rags Street Trapltos
Shc-has-glvcn-hlrth Street... Ya parlo
Stonc-wlth-a-holc-ln-lt Street ....
i vnntage than If we offered him terms,
and so he is at lust firmly hooked
"That $300 Is merely n first contri
bution, though. Ho speedily finds that
Ms mnniiscrlpt must bu thoroughly re
vised, corrected and punctuated, at a
cost of $100; Illustrations must bo se
cured; the proof must be read and a
hundred little things done, each of
which has Its separate fee. I may say
that I never let an nuthor get uwny
from mo for less than $C00.
"Finally, when he Is milked dry, we
turn over a thousand printed nnd
bound hooks to him and fcivo our at
tention to n fresh victim."
"Do they over come back with n sec
"Never. Thnt Is tho solo drawback to
the huslneFH. One pevcr ins the chance
to make steady connections, for our
clientele is always changing."
point at least. Mrs. James tlr
ler has bought n play written
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he luld for me. On ono of his deals he
got four aces and I know It. 1 got
king, queen nud Jack of diamonds, and
It was $20 to come In.
"1 drew a long breath nnd chipped
nnd drew two cards to Ills one. My
heart thumped as I found a ten and
nine of diamonds In my hand a
Istialght Hush. Of course, Iluck knew
there was only one hand higher than
his, nnd ho came for mo with bctB ot
$.r0. Ho hail friends to borrow from
and so hud I, and when ho finally
called me wo had $1000 In cash on tho
table, and ho had three, ponies, two
squaws and live papooses up against
my watch nnd pin. Ho was getting
ready to yell when I showed my hand.
Ills yell died away, und ho sut there
llko a stono man for five long minutes.
Then he slowly roto up, gathered his
blanket around him, and as ho walked
out of tho place he said:
"'Humph! Heap smart white man!
Heap ass Injun!'"
YELLOW MUD VISIBLE
OFF THE HIL0 COAST
New and Large Fresh Water Lake
Found Near Pahoa Sharp
Earthquake Shock on
Hllo, Juno 19. Yellow mud In largo
quantities has discolored the'sea water
In streaks between Walnnku and Hllo
during tho past two days, and some
people gave It out that It was caused
by volcanic action. A telephone messago
from Walnaku yesterday was to the
effect that It was particularly notlco
ablc opposite the mill of the HI la Su
gar Company and about 1000 feet olt
William Ebling reports the visible
source of the phenomena at the point
somo distance from the bluff nnd oppo
site the mill, nnd ndds that nt times the
water has the appearance of boiling or
bubbling from n spring.
Alny Be Volcnnlc.
It was first noticed by Mr. Ebling
about four days ago, and has continued
uninterruptedly since then. Ho Is of
the opinion that It Is due solely to vol
canic action. Sheriff Andrews saw the
marked discoloration plainly ns he was
returning from Knumana yesterday af
ternoon nnd Is unable to account for It.
He thought possibly there might have
J been a land slide along the bluffs ami
that a large mass of drlt was being
churned up by the action of the sea
He made Inquiry along the line of the
coast, but could get no Information as
to a landslide having occurred,
New Lnke Discovered.
While men were employed clearing
land near Pahoa for tho Puna Sugar
Company last Tuesday a new lake was
discovered In n dense forest about one
quarter of a mllo from the sugar com
pany's clearing. The lake covers an
area of about three acres and Is of per
fectly clear, fresh water. It Is not
thought that It Is the result of the out
break at the Volcano, but tbnt It lias
been thcro undiscovered for many
years. There Is at present no road to
the place.' but It Is probable that ono
will be constructed to the spot. It Is
n rich find for the sugar company, as
It provides another Bource of an inex
hnustlblc supply of water.
Cuptliiiiiilc on lluwnll.
There was a shnrp earthquake shock
along the Hamakua and Knhala coast
at 1:23 p m. Monday. Herald
of Hawaii Volcanoes
An exceedingly Interesting exhibition
of Volcano pictures Is at present to be
seen In the window of Hobron's drug
store on Fort stieet. Tho collection.
-which wns made by and belongs to J.
J. Williams, the well known local
photographer, consists mainly of photo
graphs, but there nre also a couple of
large oil paintings which, In vivid col
ors, present the scenes of tho erup
tions. The pictures cover quite a large
scope of volcano lilstory.thcre being
Scenes from the Hows of 18S1. 1SS.1.
1SS7, 1S90, ISO I. 1901 and 1002. The dlf
ferent outbreaks aro depleted from va
rious points und glvo a very good Idea
how the fiery forces of Pclo look when
they wnko from their slumbers.
Resides the pictures shuwlng the
scenes from the volcano Itself there nre
several handsome photographs show
ing scenes from the road leading to the
volcano. Groups of lauhala, lele, wild
bananas, curious tree ferns, etc., pre
sent views thnt would make any tour
ist hot-footed to go over to tho Illg
Island to sec for himself such wonder
ful tropical foliage even if there were
no volcanic eruption thrown In.
Finally among tho photos are to bo
found some of volcnnlc scenes In other
points on tho Islands. There Is thus
a splendid picture, of the Haleakala
crater and others Knowing the hot
springs nnd lava vases to be found In
the Punn district of Hawaii.
Upon the whole tho exhibit has much
Interest by showing In sequence tho
many various features of the different
outbreaks nnd the curious formations
nnd lava Hows which have been effect
ed by tho eruptions. From a photo
graphic standpoint tho pictures show
the finish nnd detail which Is generally
found in Mr. WIlllnniR' work.
RIFLE MATCHES ON HAWAII.
Hllo, June 20. The tltli of June was
eelohrated on the Houoknu plantation
by a rlllc match between n team chosen
from the llonokna village and uuo rep
resenting the Plantation Rlllo club.
The hitter team wns victorious, The
teams wero as follows:
llonokua Plantation Hide Club J. M,
Mulr, A. J. Watt, C. 11. Innes, S. Hondo
C.,11. 11. Fowler.
llonokna Village J. Prltchard, M. V.
Holmes, J. Payne, M. llotelho, A. J.
Judge Little's Movements.
Hllo, Juen 20 Judgo O. F, Llttlo
goes to Honolulu today on olllclal busi
ness. Ho will return by the next' boat
und reopen court which sits until June
30. July 2d the Judgo will open court
at llonokna. Tribune.
Sanitary Affairs In Hllo.
Hllo, June 19. During Dr. Sloggett's
vlrlt to Hllo ho has gono about Investi
gating tho sanltnry conditions here. Ha
expresses himself ns being well satis
fied and says thnt considering tho nb
wire of sewers tho town Is remarkably
Details of Tournament To Begin Next
WeekRules Very Liberal
General Melee Will Come
The Ping Pong Tournament to ha
held by the Elks' Club Is at last under
way. The final arrangements were
made Friday, and It Is expected that
several cases of strabismus plngitls or
"ping-pong eye" will be developed dur
ing the coming week. The drnwlngi
which took place last night resulted In
the following arrangement for the pre ,
F. M. Drooks vs. I). R. Rice.
C. S. Hollowny vs. J. L. Rockwell.
F. J. Woodbrldgc vs. A. E. Murphy.
A. L. C. AtklnBon vs. "Dunlo" Hart
ruann II. I). Couzens vs. Henry Roth,
F. E. ttlchardson vs. A. V. Gear.
T. A. Lloyd Jr. vs. Dr. C. II. High.
Lorrln Andrews vs. Allan Dunn,
The preliminaries arc to be best tn
sets In three, nnd finals best three out
The wise ones have already picked
favorites for this tournament for which
ix hnndsomo trophy will be given, to
gether with the title "Exalted Ping
ster.' but ns It Is the first to be held,
and no absolute champion has ns yet
come fo.lAard to wield tho racquet at
Ulysses bent the great bow. It Is Just
possible that some dark horse may
come romping under the wire for tho
prle nnd title. The second prize, by
thc-way. U to be the title of "Exhaust
The regulations submitted by II. D.
Couzens of the ping pong committee,
aro extremely liberal; while bats of the
regulation size nre to be used, the ma
terial or construction is not specified,
Any player having a pet bat of rub
ber, emery paper, celluloid, meer
schaum, amber, or Inlaid with gold,
may use same without Infringing upon
It Is expected that n second tourna
ment will be arranged to follow on th
heels of the one now In progress. It ii
said that the next tournament will be
an open one In which all enthusiasts
of tho game may take part If so dispos
ed. The game of ping-pong has been
recognized by tho Elks, who arc ilwny
ready to further a good thing, ns an In
centive to sociability and good fellow
ship, besides Its intrinsic worth as a
game of skill, and they Intend to glv
It all possible encouragement.
Sunday Bulletin. 11.95 p -
World's Fair Barrett
Working in Japan
The steamer China, which left Yoko
hama, Juno It. brought news that
John Ilarrett. Commissioner General
for tho St. Louis World's Fair, was
meeting with great success in Japan.
On Juno C he was accorded a special
audience by the Emperor and Empress,
a notnblo distinction, which wns fol
lowed by many Interviews with the
Ministers of State.
The high Urn eminent oRlclnls and
Chamber of Commerce entertained
him nnd his secretary, Mr. Hardee, at
numerous dinners and receptions, in
dicating keen Interest In participation
by Japan in the World's Fair. The Ja
panese press was given a banquet by
thu Commissioner General on June 7,
nt which were present the principal
editors of Japan, and on June 10 he ad
dressed a large meeting at the Cham
ber of Commerce In Yokohama.
Count Katsura, tho Prime Minister,
was to give Mr. Rarrett a formal lunch
con the following day, and In the even
ing the Commissioner General was to
glvo an elaborate banquet In honor of
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ilaron
Hlrnta. Tho Tokyo Chamber of Com
merce, the most important Institution
of Its character In the Empire, purpos
ed giving a grand banquet (o Mr. Ilar
rett the day previous to his departuro
for an extended tour to the leading
cities of southern Japan, on which h
will be accompanied by representatives
of tho Department of Foreign Affairs
Teacher Dies on
Arrival at liilo
Hllo, June 19. Among the passen
gers nrlvlng by the Klnau last week
was Miss Cornelia Mead, teacher at tho
Kohala Seminary. After leaving Lau
pahoehoo she was violently 111 from tho
motion of the Klnau. Her room mate,
who was also 111, discovered on address
ing Miss Mead n short time before
reaching Hllo that the lady was un
conscious. Dr. Sloggett, who was also
u passenger, was notified, and ho found
Miss Mend apparently in a fit. She was
unconscious nnd on arrival here Sher
iff Andrews, who was at the wharf, had
btr removed to the hospital. Dr. Grace
was then called to attend her, but sho
was beyond aid and never regained
consciousness. She died on Friday,
the result, It Is believed, of bursting .
blood vessel at tho brain when on tho
steamer. Funeral services wero held
nt the residence of Mrs. L. C. Lyman,
Rev. Mr. Turner of Kohala officiating.
Miss Mead was an old friend of Sheriff
Andiow's family, nnd formerly resided,
ut Kalamazoo, Mich.
The "Columbia" Contest.
Hllo, Juno 19. Votes In the Colum
bia" contest at Hllo show:
Miss Porter 33.1
Miss Loebensteln 2S0
Miss Eaton 253