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Is the amount of our impoi
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
Good ammunition Is o if of the chief tequlsltes to good hunt
ing and ours Is the best. 'i)k cartridges hae been loaded es
pecially for us and In the hands of good hunters will make ex
New stock of PARKER
guns for rent.
E, O. Hall
ARIEL EDITION OF
$5.00 TAKES 40 VOLS.
Here In our piiipnsllinn I pa '' " and ni dcllni to . Mill
n complete set or ARIEL EDITION cf SHAKESPEARE eonsl-it-lug
hi 1 volume, hound In lull red rim ll lld covers Inrgd
cleai tpe on the finest Hull mil piper ilhln-n bookmark one piny
to enc-li volumn. specially lll'istraled It Is In ivirv lespect tho
handiest edition ever publlsied.
The price of tlie set Is $Jo.uu bnlani e nf pavni'iits to bo
made nt tate of i3 nu per mnntb.
If this lntcic8tH jdu. call ut our office m vviitennd m will mil
Telephone White IG81
Opium Story Continued
SAPID SPREAD OF GAME
TOm Way xCreaKS UlS Arm ID a
FallAttorney Spends Day
-It Is In the barnyard very much as
ft Is In the great world bejond," re.
marked the wise duck.
-I don't unite follow you," unswered
the bantaM rooster.
"The peacock does most of the strut
:!nc But It Is the modest, unassuming
my- that sets the financial world agog,
lod whose name becomes a household
ion!." Washington Star.
SMALL FLASH I'ING PONG.
A walk along the residence streets of
the tlty between 0 and 10 o'clock on
Miy evening will convince those most
skeptical about the popularity of ping way, stopping only ror luncneon.
pong In the city that there Is a ne-ces-1 Another story comes from Walklkl
Jlty of changing their opinion. ThereTwo joung ladles have Instituted n
is hardly a house along the principal , schemo by which they mny play plng-
tc.-iMich streets that Is not furnished
sltli a ping-pong outfit and the stores
that haie dealt In the goods will tell
anyone, that there has been nn extra
ordinary run. M faBt as outfits arrive,
Jliey are sold out and new ordeis are
tally being recorded In the books
The people of the city are Just now In
j rather reticent mood for they ard
Just learning the game but as soon as
Ihey have mnstered the Intricacies ol
Iho game, there Is no question what
rer that Honolulu will have more
ping pong parties and tournaments
itian It knows -what to do with.
The lawn tennis plajers of tho city
who have started In on ping-pong are
the ones who hnve learned most epilck
Jy and, Incidentally they are the onet
-bo play the best games. If the names
utlou to suppl spnrtsmcn Tor tho
and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
& Son, Ltd
nnd Port St.
1200-UOI JUDD UUILDINC.
A HONOLULU NEWSPAPER FOR
THE HONOLULU PEOPLE -
LOOK FOR IN THE NEXT
Sugar Supply and Demand War Wag
ed on Tropical Production Impor
tance of Beet Sugar Development
Low Prices ana" Increased Consump
tion. The New McKinley Postal Card
With Tacts About Old nnd Contemplat
ed Stamp Issues.
Modem Utopia of Righteousness
King Oscar May See World's Fair,
Death Mask and Relics of Napoleon
How John Phillip Sousa Secured His Name
of the victorious ones In the Klks' tour
nament are referred to, It will be seen
that they are, almost without excep
tion good tennis players This Is pei
fectly natural for the two games are
Identically the same plug pong being
on u smaller scale.
Unit plng-poug Is by no means u
"hidj'h gamo" or fiee from accidents
fceems to be proven by an oceuirence 01
very recent date in Honolulu. Tom
May, an enthusiast on ping-pong, fell
down while playing the other night
and iructuied an arm.
There Js quite nn lnleiestlng story
now going the rounds. The other day,
a large number of people were In the.
Stangenwald building looking for a
prominent attorney and former Judge.
There were mntters of Importance to
be attended to and finally, one buslnesi
"'" "epuuueu to " . i
nnan''; ,nme ,r 'h,e '";; "' "lnt
come ,,ottn l0(Iny- ha's that? Well.
I ytr " m,8'- ,l,at'8 a"' ' can l kay
any more jusi now-, i musi gee uarK icj
work. 1 started right after breakfast
and am still at It."
Tliere was nothing more to be said
but a little later on In the day, It was
learned that the attorney was playing
ping-pong when called up. He and
his wife started light after breakfast
and continued plaIng throughout the,
long and still keep cool. They huve
put a table out on tho lanal near tho
sea and when they start In to pln,
the come out dressed In natty bath
ing suits. As soon as tho play becomes
too waim, the oung ladles Jump Into
the o ean and when unite comfoi table,
the coine out to start In again In
this nn), a very pleasant fine is spent
It Is lepoitcd that 11111 Williams,
Capt. Campbell nnd Shanks Mossman
take nn hour or so dally ping pong
practicing ut the llghthoute, Wllllams
vllle. I.ndy Henr) Somerset, I'seslilcnt of
tho World's Woman's Christian Tem
perance L'nlon. will bo a guest of tho
National Convention In Portland, Mo
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
1(10 to CO randl. power This
I Is the best lamp on the maiket.
' Mauufactmcd by The Standard
i Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, (trades C. 1. and
natuinl in lots to suit.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
The ball nt the Monnn hotl last
night In telebiatlon of the coronation
I of King IMvvard VII .Hid (lucen Ale-
nndin vvns n fitting climn to the many
happs events of the da.
The spacious dining linll of the hotel
was completely transformed, l'rom
I enc h iciinei wile M' etc licit lines benr
I lug H.U's of all nations, the uuloua
I flags of (treat Hrltaln, pinnanls nnd
the like, the whole making a mass of
In llllmit culois The lings of England
Scotland and Inland were veiy pioml
Hint 'Ihe imhestta was stationed In tho
music loft and when the strains of n
wait, slatted up at about ft o'clock, tho
(loot was epile kl.v mvneil with dancers
Intent upon having n Jolly goo 1 time.
'I here must have been over three)
bundled people pieytit. ninong tho
number being icpieenintlves of tho
various nations Aimv and Nuvy oltl
ccib, iepr(8cntatlves of the Kcderal
(Jovemment and (toveinor Dole und
staff. The. guests weie received by
Consul and Alius Hoaie and Vloe-Con
sul und Mrs Swanzv J O Cockhtirn
presented the guests to the host nun
I During the Intermission between tho
'dances, the meiiymakeis went to the
(private dining loom where punch and
cither i efrc aliments were perved. it
was far Into the moinlng befoie the
hist of the guests left the hotel.
Miss -Jeanne T. Hates and Charles :.
King, both teachers at Kamehamehii,
were married last evening In the Illsh
op Memorial chapel on the Institution
grounds. The little plnce of worship
was beautifully decorated for the occa
sion tho principal piece being the wed
ding bell of ferns and white (loweia
Mispejnded by lopes of ferns and broad
The bridal party entered the chapel
to the strclns of tho Lohengrin wed
ding march. Two gills, Emily and
Minnie Ingham, one In pink and one.
In blue and carrying baskets filled with
Ubvvcrs, headed tho patty, liehlnd
them, In white waists and dark trous
ers, came two boys of the Preparatory
school carrying a cushion upon which
was the wedding ring.
The groom was attended by Mr. Hob-
Inson, while the bride entered, leaning
on the arm of Theo. Illchards, who
gave her away. The ceremony was per
formed by tho Rev. II. H. Parker of
After the ceremony, a wedding lecep'
tlon was given at tho Pieparatory
school. Theio were several hundred
people present. The boys of the school
itood on the lawn nnd sang, nt Inter
vals, throughout the leceptlon.
After tho reception, the couple were
driven to Waiahole on the other Bldo
ol the Island, where they will spend
their honeymoon. .Mr. and Mrs. Kind
will make their future home on Maul,
where Mr. King will servo as Normal
l'rom the census of 1S!0, the United
States Department of Agriculture esti
mated that we had within our bordeia
ii.MO.OOO trotting brld or loadster
NEW - TO-DAY
A meeting of the Fourth District,
Second Precinct, Republican Club, Is
called thlB Friday evening at 7-30
o'clock at tho corner of Pllkol and I.u
nnlllo streets, for the purpose of eler-
tlon of officers. A full attendance Is
desired. J. H. FISIIEH,
DANIIM, LOGAN. President
a Secretary. 21&4-U
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Culslno and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
IleBt of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all the ear
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Ilaths. Douffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE, Proprietor.
Illng up Phone Ilod 71.
di Bill II
II fill III
p in II
a n m T m
... 10 1?
t lojti 48
f J4l f 6
'.Vcdnctdi) . ' l(
10 10 i.. ) '
to )i K) 5 4
II id 94 J oO
Last nuarter ol the moon CSth
11 2J n m
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey 'l'les.
The tides at Kohulul ana Hllo ocrur
about nu hour earlier than at Ho-
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh JOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
tiiat of the meridian of 157.3U. The
time whistle - ovvg at V.M p. m., wnlcn
Is tho same as Orecnwleh. m 0m.
WcatliM Hure.iu Punahoii June I".
- Tempi i.itun Moinlng minimum.
70, .Mlildii maximum. S".
li.iion.t i at Si a m. 33. Hlslng.
Dew Point 711'
Humidity at ' a m 7.1 per cent
Diamond Head Signal station juhcj
27 Wtiilb'r ilMr wind ficsh NU.
Thursday. June 26.
Ftr. .1, n r Mnkee Tullett. fiom Hn
nalel. with sugai.
Friday, June ',
Stmr Noeau Pederson iioni KiiTitu
linele. at lu l' a m. witn sl bags of
Prlday. June 27
Pti. Mauiin I.oa. Slinerjon foi Ln
halna. Maalaca. Kona and Kau porta,
Stmr Kalulanl. Dower tor Paaubiiu.
Kukalnu. Ookala and Honolua, at 5
l'or I.nhalnn, Mnalata. Kona and
Kau poits. pr sfmr Mauna l.oa. June
27. Young In. Miss A. M Pelker. Mc
le Keonl. Lan Pal John Clark. Mlsi
Clatk J S. Crowley J A Hughes,
Mis Ilertelmaun. Chas. II. Olscn, J.
Ii.itci-elor. Alice Mueller. W. A. Hen-
vK Mrs. S. Soienson. Loy Pnt, David
Walnu Mis S. M Kanakanul. Itev.
W. Aillt, Miss Wnlaleale, Keonl, AI
belt Hush Geo. Clark. IMdle Dunn,
Miss Clark. C. II. Olddlngs. Dr. Mc
Millan. Ucv W. II. We.v mouth. James
M Pain. Julia Longniei. S. Longaio,
W. A. Greenwell. Miss, Helen Soren
son. J McDonald. Miss K. Slvn,
Miss Katie Walau. Lizzie Cockett, O.
I law a. W. G Ta.vlor.
Piom Kiikulhaele. ner stmr. Noeau
June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Aekermnn.
YACHT CLUB IS
(Continued from page 1.)
given to yachts winning tho first,
second and fourth classes. In third
class it first and second prize will be
General Hules. No prize will be
nvvarded to any yacht not complying
with the racing rules of the club Each
jnolit must fly dub burgee nnd private
signal. Rule for life buos and crew
limit will be enforced. No time allow
ance In any event.
Following Is a copy of the circular
letter being sent out to the various
members of the yacht club'
Honolulu, H. T.. June 27, 1002.
Dear Sir- On the evening of July
3 a chowder will be serveii nt the club
house. Puuloa. Pearl Harbor. He sure
and come for we nre going to hnve a
good time. Ill lug a good appetite,
blanket and pillow. The club house
Is mos'iulto proof. How to get to Puu
loa will he told later In the papers.
After the fei.st our entertainment
committee have prepared a pioginm for
the amusement of the satluis until i
On the morning of the Fourth, after
making colors. adits will proceed to
the Middle Lochs where we will hold
a regatta at conclusion of the rowing
races. Captains of achts aie reeiuest
ed to dress ship during the rowing
events. With a flt-et of twcnt-seven
yachts we ean make a creditable show
ing If acbt owners will make the ef
fort. On this day we will have a steamer
chnitcred for use of club members und
their Indies. She will leave Honolulu
In time to reach the Peninsula for the
flist events of the day. From her deck
all tho races can be seen and tho
yachts will 1 In view from stmt ta
tlnlsh. The time of leaving und name
of wharf will be announced later. A
light lunch will be seived on board for
membeis nnd their guests. After thci
yacht laces the steamer will maly a
trip around the Lochs nnd then return
home. As the accommodations aro
limited no one will be allowed on
board without a proper pabs.
memuer in proper siunuiug wnu me, nml tropical girdcn started. Among
trensuier will receive a pass (not trans- ttie men Heat at work In this humano
feiable) and ticket for two ladles. undertaking was a soldier or Irish cx-
lf you have not nlready bought tho I traction, temporarily under punish
new club cap. they can be obtained ot , Illent for confuting undue quantities
Mclnerny They aro bold only to club uf vn0-
memnerb. ino cap ana uevice is very
vachty und II. Y. C. members will make
r. goon emu snowing u tney win pio-
Owneis of achts Intending to enter
the race will kindly sign enclosed en
tr blank and mall to A. W Peuison,
cka.iman regatta committee.
With a cordial Invitation to all mem
bers to come to the chowder and enjoy
their club privileges on tho Fouitli, and
i't nil other times when ou find it con
venient to do so.
Yours very turly.
T. W. HOIIHON,
A Chinese ofllclnl recently entertain
ed the foreign officials at Shanghai
with a dinner consisting of 12G couues,
ireat American Sale
IN HONOR OF
JULY 4th, 1902
FOR SIX DAYS BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 23, AND ENDING
3ATUFIDAY, JUNE 28,
wc shall offer tn thousand yards of cholco Wnshablo Dress Goods,
American made for American trade, at reductions averaging about
50 per rent It Is our Intention that this "American Sale" shall tnko
front rank among our famous special sales. We have made prices ac
cordingly. Among the goods offered are:
15c Blondln Batistes for 5c Yd
15c Empire Foulards for.... 8 1-3c Yd
13c Havevllle Batistes for. ...10c Yd
20c Fancy American Swisses for
25c Mognon Foulards for 15c Yd
23c Pongee Foulards tor 15c Yd
25c Ondallne Brodes for 15c Yd
25c English Style Madras for., 15c Yd
53c Silk Stripe Soft Mulls for
50c Embroidered Etamines for
63c Superfine Plummets for... 25c Yd
Bear In mind the dates June 23 to
WHITN5Y & MARSH, LTD.
f-'or Want Column See I'uge blx
FOR SALE Koa-w i.d office desk,
Call O Sellers iT.tl UcretaiiltT St.
FOR $750 You can bu a'nlce doom
hotiso with hit on Insane Asylum
loud at Palama on easy terms. P.
i: It. Slrtucn. 32 Campbell block,
upstalrH, turner F.uc and Mcichant.
TO LET-O-tag". at $13 and $10 per
month. Walkahahilu lane.
School St P V. n Strauch, 22
Cnmpbe'l bl ) 1 u,i!tilrs. corner
Fort and Mei luiu 2l7-lm
LOST A Tribune blcvele No. 54202.
returned to Whitman &
LOST 'Je'veon Meretania und King
Sts., below Nuiianu a scarf and clov
er leaf diamond scirt pin with fine,
Howard (or return 'o
POUR PORTO RICAN8.
Antonio Fernaajez Joaquin de Son
za. Mnnuel Freitas aud Agrlppa Ne,
four Porto Kit an boys, appeared In ths
Police Court tins forenoon on the
charge of malic Ijus Injury by damag
Ing a vehicle belonging to a Portu
Deputy SheritS Cultllngworth stated
that he hjd Investigated the case and
had found that the complaining wit
ness had gon t the delendants and
attempted to seciue $15 Irom them
for the nlliiged in'ury to the vvngon
j falling to su uie th
money, the man
had Instituted criminal proceeding.
Unclei thu ctn umttnares, ho wish! d
to enter a nolle proifciul.
The motion was gran'ed Judge Wll
cox utilising the defendant not to pay
a cent to the man unless ordered by
one ot t'ic- UHtr'' t uiaglstratcs to do
WAMT A LODGli,
.Mr. He,enb!clt of Koloj, Kauai, who
Is nuw In cii i.tj. Is talking up the
matter of a MjSinlc lodge oa Kauai
and, when he r-tarus to the Garden Isle
next week, he will take application
blv.ks along v.lth him. When seen
about the uiafer today, Mr. Hosen
"ir wo obtj'u a clutter, the lodge will
have Its licidip arte i In Llhue. Thero
aie in ail about thirty Masons on tho
Island of Kauai At 1-aat file of these
aro In Lihue There were twenty-six
present ut the luau given at Sherlrf
Coney's beuh hoiue Saturday night
last and theie a? not a slnglo man
present who w j j Lot In favor of tho es
tablishment of a :Uoulc lodge on Kau
ui. "The meeting would be held only
once u month and ou Saturday night,
so thut tbore woulJ certainly bo a full
atwndamc ou eveiy ofcaslon."
To Improve th condition of one of
the cum lis In the Phlllnnlncs (iennrnl
, MucAl thnr h.lrt sorr irrntinil tilmv.l
Husbandly isa-. an
puisult to this solJ e
and his efforts
t ,,!, ti, m i,,
in I hold tho plow
In the fin row icti-Ited In zigzag and
''See here " sa.J 1 e to the soldier,
"what do you meal. y that kind of
business?" po.atiug to the crazy fur
lows. "I plowed 'em fitulglit. oui honor,"
the soldier lepllei. out the bun must
have warped 'em ' Philadelphia Sat
in day Evening Post,
Tr till tllU limt lllunlu.l l.i ,n In
e Unltw ,tUla fhw JM1. uero nagl.
idfl the urcn woul 1 eceed tho Ililtlsh
Isles, Ilolluul aul Beliulm combined.
or four-lirtbu o
t' e urea of Fiance or
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Glass Vaudeville
A Complete Channe
D, . u,, wlr.
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlp-Comlc Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
CharacUr Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WARSAW BROS.,
In their Musical Comedy Act, Play
ing 22 Different Instruments.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Box office open at 9 a. m.
4th of July Parade
TRADE FLOATS Three Prizes.
1st, $75; 2d, $50; 3d, $25 $150.
BEST DECORATED BUSINESS DE
LIVERY TRUCKS AND VAGONS
1st, $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $15 $95.
BEST DECORATED BICYCLES
1st, $15; 2d, $10; 3d, $5 $30.
BEST SUSTAINED CHARACTERS
1st, Best Group, $25; 2d, Best Single
Character, $10 $35.
Allowance to Fire Department for dec
orating and display, $100.
Allowance to Road Department for
All organizations are Invited to pa
rade. All those Intending to participate in
tho parade will please notify the
Grand Marshal, Col. Jas. II. Moyd, of
such Intention on or before July 1st,
so that a place In tho procession may
bo assigned to such intending paitlcl
pants. PARAJJE COMMITTEE.
Tho most satisfactory pictures
of a group or a wide landscape
are taken with the
Do ou know about tbl3 won
derful camera? Hetter come and
see it. Illustrated catalogue
Photo Supply Co
65 Queen St.
TAILOR GOODS !
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom G5 Queen street, I
will Bell nt Public Auction, by order of
Mr. J. P. HODHIGOE3, the following
goods, slightly damugeel by firo and
water: Sowing machines, tailors'
Irjns. buttons, buckles, thread, silk,
lining, nnd a large quantity of cloth.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trusteo for tho Aus
tin Publishing Co, Ltd., a bankrupt,
the entiro plant of the Austin Publish
ing Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very large and splendid stock of Job
tpe; sufficient body type for two
largo weekly newspapers. iso a large
stock cf artistic and upto-date type,
somo of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all tho presses, tools. Instru
ments, shafting, puileyg, belting, office
desks, etc., etc.
Tho sale will also carry with It tho
name and good will of tho "Paradise
of the Pacific."
In caso of the non-disposal of the
stocl as a whole, tho sale will be
transferred to the premises of the
Austin Publlshlng',Co., and will be held
on the same day.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On the premises, No, G McLcod lane,
off of Vlneynrd street, half way be
tween Nuuantt and River streets, I
will sell at public auction, the entire
household furniture, consisting of
Parlor chairs, tables, rockers,
Dining table and chairs.
Crockery, glassware, cutlery.
Handsome oak bedroom set,
Iron double bed, matting,
Ice box, ment safe, oil stove,
Kitchen utensils, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR REN i
I have for sale tho absolutely com
plete furnishings of a 5-room hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottage
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREIiT.
65 Qxieesi St