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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1902.
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WEAR CLUB COLORS
COMING BOAT RACES
Tlio lady adherents ol flio boat clubs
cannot participate In the coming races
but can Inspire enthusiasm by being
attired In their favorlto club colors.
Have you seen tlio display of hand
some materials In our windows? Hero
we mention n few of them:
HEALANI ' MYRTLE
STRIPED DIMITY STRIPED DIMITY
Blue and White. Red and White.
30 in. 20c a Yard 30 In. 6 Yards for $1.00
FIGURED DIMITY FIGURED MUSLIN
niuo and White. ned and White.
29 In. . 20caYad 30 In. 15c a Yard
f 0TTED SWISS DOTTED SWISS
White. Solid Red.
28 In. 30c a Yard 28 In. 30c a Yard
ORGANDIE DOTTED SWISS
Blue and White. Plain White.
31 In. 15c a Yard 28 In, 30c a Yard
POLKA DOT DIMITY ORGANDIE
Blue and White. Plain Red.
30 In. 15c a Yard 30 In. 30c a Yard
COTTON FOULARD ORGANDIE
Blue and White. VMa Wi,lt0
32 In. 25c a Yard 32 In. 35c a Yard
HEALANI HOSE MYRTLE HOSE
Blue with white dots. Solid Red with white dots. Solid
blue with lace stripes. red with laco stripes.
HEALANI HATS AND MYRTLE HATS AND
AS MADE IN GERMANY
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in view 01 1110 current political cam- ,,,. ,... ,,nn, .,, , ,,.nrn vpr
.palgn Its contents ought to prove ,, Worl.en. but If the go to fnlth
edifying to the voter halting between mntVn fall)li , tnlllk lIl(ll wll,
two opinions, dealing as It seems to do ,0Q 1C ,)C,t lle
with the lespectlve merits of the Re- , r
publican and Democratic parties:
Tlftllngerode, S. 0. 1902.
4Ienry Rittmeler, Tlftllngerode. Du-
dcrstudt. County, Hannover, Germany.
Flder for the Democraten few year
ago like to tell you about State Bust
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
The Writer Found the Democratic
Idea Not Suitable aud Tried
the Republican for Reform
Henry Smith, chief clerk of the Ju
diciary, found the following letter In
his mall yesterday. The envelope Is
postmarked as from Duderstadt, Ger
many, and nddrcssed "An Court
House, lliilalulla, San Francisco, A."
plaese, let mo none, what you get
outhcr It, for the best and It It is alright
for Military, than let me none, as soon
as you can and we send you some from
the Military for Improvcn. What 1 tell
you, that they did putten me In the
kraosehouso already Is this I
was the 4. of April 1901 and did leven
me there 4 week. It was the subject
that I did braeken the Court to Repub
lican. It was putty worse by that tlm
over here, but It Is alright now. It
you please, let mo none, what you get
outher It nbout the Military Revolu
tion and let me none as soon as you
can and the sclten time you got to
oxecusen mo for my writing how you
see, because I am a German and am
not much Improved In the cngllsh lan
Yours very truly,
Tlftllngerode. Duderstadt. County
The newest what I hn;c now wrlto
they way that some part of Germany
try to bracken, than they have an Ida
to given here worklngmens work, bo
Cholera is Killing
Manila, Juno 22. Ninety American
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lies. That I did glen It up to faith soldiers nave uieu ol cuoicra since inu
for Democraten the 3. of Villi 1900 over disease first hroko out. Owing to thd
here at Germany aud did starten In for Increase of cholcrn the health ntitlioil-
Republican because the did haven not tier here and in the provinces aro en'
right to set down for Democraten, then forcing stringent regulations. The to-
we could'n reach cnethlng trough dcm-'tal number of cases and deaths aro ni
ocrp.tlch Ide. then the world have to follows: Manila, 1530 caes and 1230
be In trotole nbout schools, then tho deatliB; provinces, 73C9 cases and 51 Id
Democrats doe have a kind of schools, deaths.
In which they lern Religion, writing ( Scnor yillejas, formerly Fresidento
and riding. They doe lcrncn Religion of Santa TomnB, has, been sentenced
for every day and lern to much of It to twcnty ycarB- imprisonment for vio
how you no. but It Is the democratic!. ,al1(. n gevcrnl nBtnnces, bis oath ol
Ide. Now we says they kan n reach nlloRlauco to tho UnUc(i states.
"''"B "fc" ?,"" ",!. Captain Frederick 8. Wlldo of
iimuci IVUIMI UIVIV ItllKltt-ll .,-- ;,,
glon for the subject Lessen, that is the
'Thirteenth Infantry has been sentcne"
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 8HIP.MBNT OF
BITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND GALV,
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
diashVRepubi. school f mania, to be reprimanded
and they have the State in It to and r the "rnlnK of "' cockpit il
Just the scllon at the Court to, then l-mgayan, province of Pangasinan, Lit
the have n Law In It, to open some- zon
thing nbout Testament In dealing prop-1 '" npprovlng tho findings of the
crty, that one child get more than a court-martial which sentenced Captain
nothor one. that Is the dlffcrcns against Wilde. General Chaffeo says tho cap
the Republican Law to. Now you see, tain violated n general order and dIJ
I did given It up to faith for Democra not show proper respect to the civil
ten the 3. of Yull 1000. A nothcr mind authorities.
the kathollcs doe hae a kind of pray-1 Tho former Insurgeal general Call
plaeses sodem I went there to, but les, rho surrendered to tho American
could'n reach cnethlng there cather, authorities In June of 1901, has notified
soden I did given It up and says no the board which Is Investigating the
more trouble, that would'n do, then wo charges of cruelty brought by Major
have to bring the world Introublo about Gardener against American officers
schools and hnve'n to putten the right and soldlo rs In Tnynbas. Luzon, that
ones nn. souen l am sianen in ror ue- ho ig Wnnng t0 testify as to tho condt
publican, that waB tho 3 of Yull 1900 tong wnch ex8tej n Taynbas Prov
and did worken for Republican then nco I)ror ,0 ,l8 BUrrcmior anj rt?r
now. The State Inks alright on this Major aardcncr llall ,locian.,i tho prov
tide, but somo are between them somo .c ,0 ,)Q ,,,, Gpneral Ca,c,
times, for maken trouble, but the can. (, Umt 10 g wh , Ma).
maken ene rouble Soden at the se -, insurgent lender,
ent me I did worken against the Mill-lt,m b , tho bcsl
tary bill a few months ago. Now they ,,.,.,. , ,, ., . ..... ,.
have an Ide for putten the Military on Jliclpllncil stronghold the Insutgcntl
again, first, about the worklngclaesoit ,ln'1,
people. It will be better for the work-i ' ' '
Ingclaeses because them are not as -pi -p ;. t, r"..!1.
many people for worken and they will JDlg JjrulSU V-rUlSer
get a better wetcner tnan now. u iuki
-J!y. mm theadmiral 1
KHi- "V vl 1747 Rhod4 I
n W?V ltnilAeniie
-&SVJj WASHINGTON I
Feb. 18, 1901
A. R. Bremer Co. ,
Gentlemen : I have
uoed Coke Dandruff
Cure for the pa3t
year and found it an
TOR SALE UY IIOIJRON DRUG CO.
Port and King Sts.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpayers of this Territory are
hereby notified that returns showing
the amount of Incomes derived during
tho yenr next preceding tho first day
of July. 1902, In accordance with tho
provisions of an act entitled "An Act
to pro Ide a Tax on Income," npproved
the 30th day of April, 1901, should be
reudered to tho Assessor or Deputy
Assessor of the district In which the
person or corporation making tho ro
turn irsldes or does business, between
the first and thirty-first days of July,
I'or the purpose of receding such
returns the Tax Office in tho several
districts will be open during tho regu
lar business hours during the month.
Return blanks may bo had on appli
cation nt the several Tax Oftlees. .
JAS. W. PIIAT7,
Assessor of Oabu.
Assessor of Maul.
N. C. WILLFONG,
Assessor of Hawaii.
E. U. CONANT.
Assessor of ivaual.
WM. H. WRIGHT, Treasurer.
Honolulu. June 27, 1902. 21S7-3t
DON'T YOU ?
Only way to jjet any
comfort this kind of
wcntlier and a good
Simply turn on the button to have
the cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and make you forgot about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
TfiLlilMIONrl MAIN HUO
The Transcendent Arc Light
l V tl l v
C. W. MACPARLANE,
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dlnnry Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
Known to sclenco and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest Awards at
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, and are In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., HqIIIb
ter Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store,
lite Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also have tlio same Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed In yprds
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In use throughout all
Tor further particulars Inqulro ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO,,
MASONIC TEMPLE. .
Fels Naphtha Soap
Washes Clothes Without Rubbing
Removes All Grease and Paint Stains.
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods Belling below cost. This is the last chance to buy as cheap.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACES and CHINESE 8ILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
,V. O. Boi ttj. Til. .1
THE OLDEST CHi. -SE FlRAl IN HONOLULU.
OiiUti la Flo 3 Iks nal Gri.i Ltotni, Cbtot.t an3 Jipani.t Gooli et All K!ili
t-llfl NUU4DU Itfltt.
putty baed over here with the working
people, than they have, n srr.inaio
wetcher against over there, than It
luks putty baed nt the eastern State to
and then I have about that the Stnt
schould have much Land lycn roun,
what the old people says, wish Is taken
up aliendy as fas as I hae, but we got
to taken It under the State nnd some
!s bold for longe time already from
some people, wlch did common first In
some Countrys but the dld'n havo not
right to scllen encthlng first; they
could'n buy'n enethlng, than the Lana
did belongen to tho Stnte and nobody
was puttet on fram tho State I yes for
sellcn Land. I think the bae to go as
far back, as tho old people nos, or is
wrlten up some Where's. Now I havo
about, that plenty Land Is leyen them
at Ventura County Ca that Land shall
be broken up 3035 year ago as far as
here. Now we got to none, where
they get the Land from. I here about,
that they did buy'n the Land In stores
or somo wheres from the first men, they
did leven there by that time, but the
Land was nothing worth by that tlmo
and sucho kind of people did have'n
big plaeses, but nobdy was puttet on
from the State, for sellcn Land. Now
some did go ta somo Country's, for
undet taken or ijiy'n Land, how some
people Bays. They did buy'n tho Land
from some People somo time, there they
did mceten at the road I bore, but the
Land was nothing worth by that time,
!but It has a bigg price now. We schall
have plenty Land leyen roun at Ven
tura County Cal. and some schall be
leyen at tho eastern State roun. 1
think, that many people no about that.
Now we got to taken that kind of Land
under the State and got to kcepen tho
State In the right schaep with It from
the Rente. Also tho State has to
rcrrent the Land and has to pay'n tho
expenses from It, that will be a good
Ide, than we get somo expenses, If we
have the Military and If wo havo the
Military It will be better for the work
tngclaeses peopb; to, thanthem will bo
not as many for worken, that will be
the Ido, why wo put the solgers on
nnd that will be the only way, why wo
can bring the Revolution In for the
Military. Than the boys havo to he
Bolger If tho arc 20 jear old and If tho
are at good health and not kruepcl,
than the hnve to stay under there tno
year long. If bomo wont it, tho can
stay under thero as long ns tho wont
It, if tho keep himself good, I think
Borne of you havo to bring the Revolu
tion In about the Eolgers, putten It In
tho paper or Bomo way, that will bo nil,
what I can tell you about It. If you
Shows Great Speed
London. Juno 22. Tho armored
cruiser Leviathan, of 14.1U0 tons, built
at Clydebank, lias passed through her
steam trials, completing ine series in
Ecvon days without a slnglo hitch. The
first ti'al, of thirty hours, under out
fit tli power, enmo oft May 13 and 14,
tnc sped being 15.238 knots with G3i2
horsepower, 200 pounds of steam, 70.7
revolutions and a coal consumption of
1.7C pounds per unit of horsepower.
On May 15 another trial of thirty hours
under four-fifths power wis begun, re
sulting In 21.9G knots speed, 22.SS2
huiBupowcr, with 245 pounds steam,
107.15 revolutions nnd coal consump
tion of 1.75 pounds. On May 10 tho
eight hours' trial, under full power
gavo 23.23 knots, 32,203 horsepower,
wltb 180 pounds steam, 121 revolutions
and a coal expenditure of 1.9 pounds,
Tho ship was down to a draught of it
feet 2 Inches forward and i foot 2 1-2
Inches nft on tho last trial, and her
performance was an unqualified suc
cess, exceeding that of tho Good llope,
which developed 31,088 horsepower
and 23.05 knots speed.
Tax Assessor's Office,
ro tho Taxpayers of tho First Divi
sion. Island of Onlm:
Tho Tax Assessor's books for tho
year 1902, for tho sooral Taxation
Districts, will bo open for Inspection
by persons llablo for taxation between
tho 1st and 15th dnys of July (Sundavs
excepting), from 9 o'clock In tho fore
noon until I o clock In tho utcrnoon,
District of Honolulu.
At the Assessor's office. Judiciary
District of Ewa and Vaianae.
At tho Oahu ltallrond and Land Co.'s
depot, Pearl City, Kwo, between the
1st and 15th days ot July, and at tho
court bouse, Walunae, between tho 1st
und 5th days of July.
District of Walalua.
At tho postofflce, Walalua.
District of Koolauloa.
At the court house, Hauula.
District of Koolaupoko.
At the office of tho Deputy Assessor,
Kaneohe. JAS. W. i-nATT.
Assessor Tfrst Division.
Honolulu. Juno 30, 1902. 21SG-Jt
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used Ly many In preference to other
makes of the same price. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and Inspect tho different styles.
National Bank is
Proposed for Cuba
Havana, Culm, June 21. There Is W
bo submitted to tho Cuban Congress
on Monday a proposition looking I 'J
tho establishment of a Cuban untlonal
bank, authorized to Issue paper cur
rency to tho extent of 70 per cent of
tho amount of mortgages held and to
lead 20 per cent of bucIi funds to pur
chasers of breeding cattlo to tin;
amount of twenty head each.
The proposition provides that all
Government funds must ho kept In th
bank, which must always havo on hand
sufficient silver to redeem tno papei
currency Issued. Rtiveral local now
papcra criticize the scheme as dnngor
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents fop the llmvnllnn lnlnmlH.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to tho promo
tion of justice, we do order that a Spe
cial Term ol tho Circuit Court of the
First Circuit bo held In tho Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, tho 7th day of JULY, A. D.
1902, at TI of tho clock In Ino foro
noon of said day, and continuing for
the period provided by law.
Dono at Chambers this 10th day ot
June, A. D. 19o2.
A. S. HUMPHREYS.
C-EO. D. OEAR,
W. J. ROUINSON,
Tho foregoing order Is hereby ap
proved. W. F. FREAH.
Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court of
tho Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June 10, 1902. 2171-28t
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
For July 4th,
We have a few very cholco suckling pigs. Dctter leave your or
der early, as they nro In great demand.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., LM,
Telephone Main 45.
BAD FOREST FIRES
Tncoma, Wash., June 21. Standing
timber to the amount of 550,000,000 feet
has been burned In five districts along
tho line of the Northern Pacific. This
timber tomprlsed a splendid forest of
fir, clean of limb for 100 feet, and nil
icadlly accessible, as It grow within
a few miles of the railroad. Two daws
ago these giants of the Washington
woods i eared thomaehes In nn almost )
unbroken mate, covering slxty-threo
nquaic miles of territory; today nil
that lemalns are the smoldering, black
ened trunks, so lingo that they Mill
defv tho lnrnplty of tho Humes. The
value of the timber destroyed Is placed
lit 11. 100,000.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
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