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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1902.
Is the amount of our importation to supply sportsmen for the
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
Oooil ammunition Is one of the chief requisites to Rood hunt
ing and ours Is the best, 'ilie cartridges have been loaded es
pecially for us and In the hands of good hunters will make ex
New stock of PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
guns for rent.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd
Corner King and Port 8te.
ARIEL EDITION OF
5.00 TAKES 40 VOLS.
Here Is our proposition You pay $.'i.00 and we deliver to you
a complete set of ARIEL EDITION of SHAKESPEARE consUt
lug of 40 volumes, bound In full red calf, flexible, covers, largo
clear type on the finest Holland paper, ilbbon bookmark, ono play
to each volume, specially Illustrated. It Is In every respect the
handiest edition ever published.
The price of the set Is S3U.U0 balance of payments to bo
made at rate of 3.00 per month.
If this Interests you, call at our office oi write nnd we will call
Telephone White 1081
Opium Story Continued
Sugar Supply and Demand War Wag
ed on Tropical Production Impor
tance of Beet Sugar Development
Low Prices and Increased Consump
tion. The New McKinley Postal Card
With Facts About Old and Contemplat
ed Stamp Issues.
Modern Utopia of Righteousness
King Oscar May See World's Fair,
Death Mask and Relics of Napoleon
How John Phillip Sousa Secured His Name
MttiaEire m m
Milwaukee, Wis.. June 17. Dr. Hen
rv smiin l-mcneii ui iiumuu ub w ,
.! M,n.n r,..l.lent nf the University
of Wisconsin to succeed Charles Ken
Professor 1'rltchett Is a natlvo ol
Missouri, having been born at Fayette upon the Yare when she was passing
... ,t r...i i nr hn .hnwrrt jLe Precheur. The north end of the
U lOdV. . ... ...V ..V ...---
great liking for mathematics and as
tronomy. After being graduated from
Morrison College, at Olasgow, Mo., he
a student In ie United States Naval
Observatory, under tho distinguished
astronomer, Professor Hall, the man
who discovered tho moons of Mars. In
1870 Professor Prltchctt was maue
computer nt the observatory, and two
years later was mado assistant to Pro
fessor Hall. In 1880 he was appointed
chief astronomer of Morrison College.
After holding that position for one
year ho resigned to go to Washington
University. Professor Prltchett was a
member of the expedition sent by the
United States to olieervo tho transit
of Venus, In New Zealand, In 1883 he
conducted pendulum observations for
the Government In New Zealand, Chi
na and Japan. In 1884 he was ap
pointed professor of mainematlcs and
astronomy nt Washington university
During the years 1892 and 1893 Prof os
SOT 1T11CI1UIL UD iJivfitui-iik ui n.u
Academy of Science of St. Louis, nnd
tn 1893 his work received acknowledg
ment from abroad, when the Univer
sity of Munlcn conferred upon him tho
degree of doctor of philosophy, sum
n ui cum laudo.
Ho was then made Superintendent
of tho Coast and Geodetic Survey, and
In March, 1900. bo resigned this place
to becomo president ot trie Massachu
setts Institute of Technology nt Bos
ton. Ho has contributed n number of
articles on astronomical subjects tn
Tarlous publications, find hns a wide
reputation as a scientific writer. "
"While with tho Geodetic Survey,
Professor Prltchctt visited Hawaii.
200-201 JUDD BUILDING.
A HONOLULU NEWSPAPER FOR
THE HONOLULU PEOPLE - - -
LOOK FOR IN THE NEXT
M MILL ACTIVE
Roseau, Island of Dominica), June
18. The ruins of St. Pierre were visit'
eU yesterday by the administrator nl
tne Island of Dominica, II. II. Dell, and
a party of friends, who proceeded to
Martinique on tho steamer Yare. Mont
Pelee was In enfptlon, anu ashes fell
Island of Martinique la gray with
ashes and the whole population of that
section appears to have kit tho scent
Fort do France, Martinique Wodncs-
day, June 18. A column of Bllme, 100
meters high, has been ejected from
tho volcano on Mont Pelee and has
fallen On Basse Pclnte, enveloping the
lower portion of the town and com
pletely razing twenty-two houses. No
loss of life nas been reported. The
part of Hasse Pointe which suffered to
day Is now covered to the thickness ol
about flvo meters with slimy mud. Le
Precheur nlso sutiered from this latest,
eruption of Mont Pelee.
The new crew of the ship George
Curtis Is reported to have reiused to
lipnil finite nrAnoralnvv in cnlllnc tnr
,, from 'San Fr'ancUco, on the.
ground that this work was to have
been performed before they went
aboard. The captain Anally employed
riggers to do the Job, and U10 sailors
Uirned to In good humor.
Clearances from San Frnnclsco on
the 10th Instant Included the ship
George Curtis for Honolulu. The bark
Martha Davis sailed for Hilo.
KITCIIENBR COMING HOMO.
Cape Town. June 20. Lord Kitch
ener will arrive here from Pretoria
Juno 23d nnd will sail henco for Ens
land the Bnme day.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Philadelphia June 17 For the first
time In the I'nlled States the bono)'
try degree of doctor of jurisprudence
was conferred today nt the Augustlnlan
College of St. Thomas of Vlllanova.
The' recipient was former President
Cleveland, who had already had tho
degree of I.I V. conferred by tb
The ceremony of conferring the do
gree upon Cleveland was a part of thi
commencement exercises of the col
lege and followed the dedication of a
new monastery, college and chapel
The Austrian Embassador, I.ndlslaus
Hengelmuller von Hengelvnr, received
the honorary degree of doctor of phll
NEW - TO-DAY
WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE,
No. 3, K. of P.
There will be a regular convention
of the above named lodge thls'Satur
day evening, June 2Sth, In Harmony
Hall, at 7:30.
Work In the Third Rank.
Members of Oahu No. 1 and Mystic
No. 2 and all sojourning brothers are
Invited to attend.
2185-lt K. of It. & S
Notice to consignees of car
go FROM SAN FRANCISCO PER
S. S. ALAMEDA July 12, 1902.
Id tending consignees of cargo, as
above, are -requested, If possible. '0
forward their orders by the S. S Dor
ic, sailing at G p. m. today. In order ti
connect with the schedule sailing of
the S. S. Alameda, leaWng San l'rau
Cisco July 12th, 1902.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Gcnl. Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
Republican Precinct Clubs, Fifth Dis
trict The number of Delegntes allotted to
each precinct, according to the repre
sentation established Vy the rules, 's
No. Delegitei Xo.Deltcitek
to District to Territorial
CBEUNCT Commlnte Ctnentlon
First 4 1
Second - 1
Third 2 1
Fourth 2 1
rltth 1 1
Sixth 4 ' 2
Seventh .... 7 3
Eighth C 2
Ninth C 3
tenth 3 1
G. 11. CAIlTEIt,
Chairman Fifth DIsirlct Committee.
W. J. COELHO. Secretary. 2183-21
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, C3 Queen street. Ho
nolulu, I will sell at PUBLIC AUC
by order of the heirs of J. C. Strow,
leceased, that certain tract of land sit
uated at Laupahochoc, Island of Ha
waii, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
.vltli all ot the Improvements theieon.
mprovementB consist of dwelling
louse of flvo rooms, coffee pulping nia--hlne,
drying house, two fiUOU-gall'in
vooden tanks all In good condition.
botit ten acres ol said land now
jlanted In coffee. In good condition
mil well cultivated. Land adjoins
hat of E. W. Uaruurd.
Upset price J10U0. Terms, cash, V.
3. gold coin. Deed and expense rf
ransfer to be at cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For further
Information, address E. W. Barnard,
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, or Russell &
Watson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
hi. JAMES F. MORGAN,
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Llv.
ery, Electric Lights.
'L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Rod 71.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant & Alakea Stt
Office hours 9 a. ni. to 4 p. m. j
d 3d 5c
toniir ; 5 i i.l
tmltr it' I tll.i
XiitotUy i) (..iilfi'
Saturday ,,,,, 'aj!
l.t 9 5 1 "
I.4JIO 11 4 0)1
I. Till 4 4 34
Last quarter ot the moon 28th at
11:22 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
uat of the meridian of 157.3U. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, ui Om.
Saturday, June 28
O. & O, S. S. Doric, from Oriental
ports; left Yokohama June 18; docked
at Pacific Mall wharf at 9 a. m.; with
bOC tons of freight for Honolul-i: sulU
for San Francisco at C p. m. todiy.
O. & O. S- S. Gaelic, from San Fran-
cltco, June 21, docked nt Nay whan
No. 1, at 9:40 a. m with UO sacks of
mall; salU for Oriental ports at 0 ;.
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, nt 4:19 a. m., with 569S
bags of sugar. ,
O. & O. S. S. Doric, for Son FinncIsM
from Pacific Mall wharf, at 1 p. r,i.
O. & 0. S. S. Gaelic, for Oriental
ports, fronr-Navy wharf No. l.at 1! p. 10.
From Kauai ports, per str. W. a
Hall. June 28 C. M. Cooke and wife
A. Haucberg. Muster Thomas Cooke,
Mies Alice Cooke, Miss Anna Tin 011.1s.
Miss E. Thronas. Miss Akuanulhou
Mrs. Melea Kalanao, J. Kalalnn, I! 10.
Sol. K.jKuullll nnd wife, J. L. Hguith.
0. G. Glbbs, R. It. Boyd, E. P Mabl3
Mlts Emma Kalnu, Jos. Sllva, E. Willi's
Jen Sao, J. AV, Hall, and 21 deck.
From the Orient, per S. S. Doric,
June 2S For San Francisco: W. S. Al
len, Mrs. E. Ashton, R. D. Litllantlno,
Hugh A. Ualij, II. Ilauld. Lt. It. F. A.
Uutterworth, R. E., Mrs. S. J. Church
Miss P. Church, L. Crego, Mrs. L. Cie
go, Dr. D. Delmar, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Donahue, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Doughty.
3 children nnd servant, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Dow, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Feign,
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Ferguson, Mr
H. D. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ham
ilton, MIPS I.lllle Harris. Mr. ami Mrs
J. W. Hartford and child. Col. 'J. L
Helzmaun. I'. S. A.; C. H. Hind, T. W.
Levering. Rev. and Mrs. G. II. Mnlonc,
Mrs. A. C. S. Manners, I, Nemtschenkn,
Itov. and Mrs. Newman and 3 chil
dren. F. E. Parglter, II. a. Pontlng,
Ita RamEiiy nnd valet, Mr. and Mrs. T.
1. Rose, J. D. Smart, R. M. Smith, Mrs.
E V. Thorn, C. L. Tuckermnn, Rev.
W. It. Weakley, Mrs. Weakley, Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Whitehead, Miss Helen T.
Whitehead. Lieut. A. Yamada. For Ho
nolulu: T. W. Hornby, Dr. E. Staple
ton. E. W. Weave,
From San Francisco, per 0". & O. i
S. Gaelic, June 28. Stopovers for Ho
nolulu Miss Ida M. Remmele. For
Yokohama Miss Juliette G. Ilroghan.
Miss Charlotte Enid Drapei. T. W.
Furlong, Victor Marsh, F. "5. Tegner
and Mrs. F. M. Tegner. For Kobe
Miss J. M. Chrlstensen, Mr. and Mr.
E. W. Tllden, child and amah. For
Shanghai Wm. G. Frizell. For Hong
kong Mr.' and Mrs. A. II. Rotten
helm and two children, Mfss R. Hot
tenhelm, Dr. Herman Bryan, Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Knights. From Honolulu
V.. G. Kost.
CHANGE OF AUSTBRS.
The following changes In masters
have been recorded at the San Fran
cisco custom house: Cbaries Git-low
In place of C. Swanson, Bteamer Coro
na; J, J. Bennett In place of G. S. Cal
hount, ship George Curtis. The fol
lowing licenses were enrolled: Shl
Tlllle E. Starbuck, E. Curtis, master;
sldewheel steamer JerSey, J. E. Hicks,
master. J. T. Smith in place of J. F.
Robinson, steamer Peking; George
Rlchtcr in place, of A. Schmltt, schoon
er P. and R. No 0; L. N. Nopander In
place of Charles Glelow, steamer Coo
Bay; O. A. Crockett In place of L. N,
Nopander, Bteamer Bonlta; John C.
Mitchell In place of C. D. Foster,
schooner Carrie and Annie. The fol.
lowing licenses were enrolled: Steam
er Areata, II. C Nelson, master, side-
wheel steamer James M, Donahue, 11.
R. White, master.
In many of the towns of Belgium a
novel method of making use of smoke
has lately been employed. The schemo
Is worthy of particular notice, because
it not only does away with the "smoke
nuisance," but turns It Into profit. The
smoke Is driven by a ventilating fan
Into a filter of porous material, over
wmen pours a continuous stream of
petroleum, benzlno, alcohol or some
liquid hydro-carbon flows. Thus the
smoke Is entirely suppressed and tho
filter yields a gas of great heating pow
er, which may bo ussd In many ways.
The material In the filter nlso becomes
a good fuel.
W pensory !s guaranteed
(Vs nil it... ......ti,,. ,...-
I ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
I doctors and druggie's. It gives a very
ftiong current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
I be had from the undersigned only ; no
aeentsjnodl-count. Circular free. Address
PlAKrn PI,frHl, (? 4aA rMct Qf Con
'II, IlltkUIUUX ,',l,,,
Fr clvo. Sent free to Hawaii Mr $5.00
UTS BELT for
Dr. JrM. Alden Elertnc "Belt'
IN HONOR OF
JULY 4th 1902
FOR SIX DAYS BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 23, AND ENDING
SATURDAY, JUNE 28,
we shall offer ten thousand yards of choice Washable Dress Goods,
American made, for American trade, at reductions averaging about
CO per cent. It Is our Intention that this "American Sale" shall take
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
15c Havevills Batistes for 10c Yd
20c Fancy American Pwlssei far
.. i?c Yd
25c Mognon Foulards for. 15c Yd
25c Pongee Foulards for ......15c Yd
25c Ondallne Brodes for 15c Yd
25c English Style Madras for.. 15c Yd
50c Silk Stripe Soft Mulls for
50c Embroidered Etamlnes for
60c Superfine Plummets for... 25c Yd
Bear In mind the dates June 23 to
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Immediately, n competent
pressman Apply Robt Grieve Pub.
Co, 82 Merchant St. 2183-2t
FOR RENT I unfurnished rooms;
separate entiam-e, price $12. 1123
Adams Iaue 2185-2t
San Frauclsco June 21. The brig
Galileo. Captalu S. G-Treanor, sailed
yesterday nfternoou lor Fanning Isl
and with men and a cargo of suppll-'i
for the British cable station to be es
tablished there In the party are thir
ty mechanics, under charge of Frank
M. Butlm foreman for the Pacific Con
struction Company, which has the con
tract for the land work on Fanning Isl
and. David Cuthbert of London, who
will be superintendent of the cabin
station, also sailed In the brig. Aj
cargo the Galilee carried lighters,
steel frames for buildings, a thousand
barrels of cement, forty tons of slata
roofing, a rock-crusher, gasoline en
gine, thirty tons of stores, and much
other trelght. Another cargo as larga
will follow within a few weeks.
The British-Australian cablo being
laid to connect Vancouver with ths
ports of Australia and New Zealand
will bo the longest In the. world, and
Is expected to be completed and in
working order by November next.
Much of the South Sea end of tho ca
ble has already been laid, and the spo
daily built steamer Colonla Is now en
route from Enelap , to Vancouver ta
begin the laying ot tho, northern end,
reaching to Fanning island, a distant a
of 3C0O miles. In Its courso from Van
couver to the colonies the cablo will
touch at Fanning. FIJI and Norfolk Isl
ands, nt tho latter place branching Into
two lines, one each to Queensland and
New Zealand. Cuthbert. to have
charge at Fanning, was appointed by
the Brltl3h CableJJoard. The station
over which he will have charga will
cost nbout 120,000.
Washington, June 19, ine Presl
dent tonight gave a dinner to about a
dozen leading Republican Senators fa
vorable to Cuban reciprocity, and dU
cussed with them the ft ays nnd means
of securing a reduction of duty on Cu
ban products m order that the pledge
mado to Cuba may bo redeemed.
Among those at the dinner were Sena
tors Allison, Aldrlch, Halo, Spooner,
Lodge and Piatt. Secretary Root also
was one of the guests.
Tho President. t can bo stated, u
Arm In his deterninatlon that In somo
form or other, and at the earliest op
portunity thore shall be Becured to tlm
new republic jf Cuba a suubtantlal re
duction of the Import tarlft on her ex
ports to the United States, bo that hot
people may feel that this country ha
kept every promise made them, and
has dune all that could bo talrly ex
pected to assure the permanence and
prosperity to their newly establlsliMj
Government. How or when tho result
will bo obtalneu Is a matter that the
President must leave to future devol
opmctns, but It can be stated by au
thority that the Administration will
continue unlllnchlng in Its endeavor!
until It accomplishes Cuban leclnruo
1ty In somo form or other.
It Is reported from Vienna that a
resident of that place, named August
Matitsch, has devised a laco-maklng
machine, which is salil to nrmtm-n Inrn
which is Indistinguishable fiom tho
nand-made article. Many attempts
have been made to construct such a
machine, but heretofore without suc
cess. It Is now believed, however, that
n mnphlnn lina lion,, ,loi'lca.l ,,.l,t,l, ...III
.- ....,..u ...to w. ,u,,a ,, ,.,,.,1 lt
bo practically successful and will super-
seuo nanu lauor in tins wurK.
Wiekty edition of the Bulletin ?1 a
M 111 FOR
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
A Complete Change
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlp-Comic Effusions.
" DELLA ROSS
In a Serifs of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on tho Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WARSAW BROS.,
In their Musical Com'dy 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 WAGONS
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
AH those Intending to participate in
the parade will pleaso notify the
Grand Marshal, Col. Jas. II. Boyd, of
such Intention on or beforo July 1st,
so that a place In tho procession may
bo assigned to such Intending partici
Tho most satisfactory pictures
of a group or a wide landscape
nre taken with the
Do you know about this won
derful cameia7 Hotter come and
bee It. Illustrated catalogue
Photo Supply Co
65 Queen St.
ON MONDAY, JUNE 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On the premises, No. S McLeod lane,
off of Vineyard street, half way be
tween Nuiiantt and River streets, I
will sell nt public auction, the entire
household furhlture. consisting ot
Parlor chairs, tables, rockers.
Dining tablo and chairs,' ,
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, 1
Hnndsomo oak bcdioom set,
Iron double bed, matting,
Ice box, meat safe, oil stove.
Kitchen utensils, etc. 1
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR REN 1
I have for sale the absolutely com
plete furnishings of n 5-rnom hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottage
for rent. Centrally located, with reas-
onablo rent; electric lights, mo3qullo
JAS. H MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREIiT.
FOR SALE ! !
rirtST I offer nt Prlvato Sale,
premises on Beretanln street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 13d
feet on Berotanla otreet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $0000; one-half cnsli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
a present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property ban a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and n dopth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining-room, Kitchen. IJnth,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, ono-halt cash; balance on
n ortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. The lo
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontage, on Klnau St.
ICG feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
n'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right ot wuy to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QneH St
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