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SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain ex
ecution Issued out of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit of the Territory ot
Hawaii, on the 12th day of June, A. D.
1902, in the matter of C. K. Al ct al.,
doing business as the Chin Sank Well
Company vs. Y. Atoy. Chun Toy Fat,
Heo Ten, Yce Fat and Y, Anln, co part
ners doing business ns Kwong Chona
Wal Company. I have, on this 24th day
of June,, A. D. 1902, levied upon and
shall expose for sale and sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, nt
the police station. Kalakaua Hale, In
Honolulu, island of Oahu. Territory of
Haw-all, at 12 o'clock noon of Satur
day, the 2Cth day of July, A. D. 1902.
unless tlio Judgment and cost of execu
tion amounting to one thousand two
hundred nnd forty-eight and 85-100 dol
lars, interest, costs and my expenses
are previously paid", all tho rlgfll, tltlo
and Interest of tho said Kwong Chong
Wal Company In nnd to all that prop
erty mentioned In that certain mort
gage mado by the said Kwong Chow;
Wal Co. to Young Anln, dated May
15th, A. D. 1S99, nnd recorded in the
Itegistry Office, In said Honolulu, tri
liber 22C, page 319; and also alL tho
right, title and Interest 01 said Yong
Anln In and to Bald mortgage.
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff Territory ot Hawaii
2183 June 25; July 2, 10, 18, 23.
California Safe Deposit and Trust
Company, corner California and Mont
gomery sis. Fop tho six months end
ing June 30, 1902, dividends hnvo been
declared on deposits In the savings de
partment of this company as follows;
On term diopslts at the rate of 3 C-10
per cent per annum, nnd on oidlnary
deposits nt the rate of 3 per cent per
annum, freo of taxes and payahlo on
and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. D!l
dends uncalled for are added to thu
principal after July 1, 1902.
J. DALZELL DROWN,
A dividend Is due nnd pajable to the
stockhouTers of the Inter-Island Stcau
Nalgntlou Co., Ltd. nt thu oiilco f
the company, Queen street, on Wed
nesday, July 2, 1902. The stock books
will be closed to transfers from the
2d to tho -fth Hints., Inclusive.
X. E. OEDOE.
Honolulu. July 1. 1902.
Tho Germnn SatlneS nn,l l.nnn an.
clety, 520 California Street. For tho
half year endlnc with Juno 20. 1902. ai
dividend has been, declaicd at tho ratO,1,sltle' however, take the stand that
of thrco (3) per cent per annum on nlirsuau I'eroltn was a volunteer In
deposits, freo of tnes, payable on nnd
after Tuesday, July 1, 190
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NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. ni. on the second Friday, 13tft
cf June, and shall then make nomina
tions Jor officers of tho club. On tho
fturthVrlday, 27th of June, they shall
meet at tho same hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On the fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meet at the Bame hour and
make nominations for members of tho
District Committee and Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo voted
fur at a primary to bo held on tho first
boturday, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and S o'clock p. m.
Officers nnd members of tho several
ireclnct clubs of the Tlfth District
will please see that the aboo calls aro
carried out. O. It. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COELHO. Secrctnry.
Tho number of Delegates allotted to
each precinct, according to the repre
sentation established by tno rules, Is
No Delegates No Delegates
loDliirlcl to Territorial
l-RCCINCT Committee Convention
rirst S . 4
Second 19 9
Third 3 1
rourtb 14 7
Plftb C . 3
Sixth 4 2
Seicnth .... 1 1
' CLARENCE lyitABBE.
CI1nlrn10.11 Fourth District Committee.
W. II. CONEY. Secretary.
Picnic at Moanalua July 4th.
Drakes lcaie Capitol Building S
Tickets, $2.00 each; to bo had from
23 July 1; July 3
Cuba and Mexico
Haana, Juue 21, In tha event of
the granting by Mexico of Culm's req
uisition tor I'eralul. an alleged Havaui
bank w richer. International compllcn-
,tlonsnro likely to follow
1'eialta, who had oCtalued American
nntuiallzatlon papers, was, It is aBsert-
Cll ''"'"led In tho pardons under tho
general amnesty act. Tho Cuban au
1 tlle Spanish army during the revolt!
I Hon ho fortified his American cttlzuii
Leaders of tho bar-hero hcllcvo to
tlm cnntiary and clto numerous In
stances ot Americans vho fought In
the Cuban tanks and retained their
American citizenship. They also
point to the fact that Mexico declined
to dellvei to tho military governme.it
here othci alleged criminals whoso ex
tradition was requested. Cuba has not
yet ngn:!nted any extradition ticatlerf.
United States Minister Squlcrs talcs
tha ground that Peralta's passport Is
prlmn faclo evidence ot his American
citizenship and will use aTl efforts 10
protect liim until the highest tribunal
decides the Question.
King Alfonso to
London, June 21. It has been ar
tinged that King Alfonso of Spain
snail make a tour of the Uitropean
capitals next spring, mainly for tha
purpose of making acquaintances of
Princesses ellglblo matrimonially. Tint
voung King's frail phvslque, which hai
long caused anlety, makes It Impera
tive for the good of his dynasty that
he shall mate with a robust Prfncesi
ot sound and healthy stock. These
qualifications are by no means com
mon among the reigning families ol
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
FAGES 1 SHADOWS
i THE WHITE HE
Washington June 22 The mjstery
of the celebrated prophetic figures on
the White House cohmn hns linen
solved. They werco.t In btaitllng
vividness nnd exactness or ojtllne this
afternoon at 5 o'clock whn there was
n hjg crowd at the Wlilf House, rrln
clpnlly engaged in looking nt the pIlfM
of rubbish caused by the repairs to tho
There were three facs. all of classic
outline, of the conventional type. Ona
ot them looked like Senator Elklns,
another like Senator Daniel of the pro
phetic name, and the third like Attor
ney Genetal Knox.
The figures arc made by the shadnvvs
of the Ionic capitals of the columns of
the portico. They nre In a line east
and west. At about 5 o'clock this sea
son of the enr the sun gtts to work
on the Capitol and maks fics on the
The opinion was not unanimous that
the faces were those of Elklns, Daniel
and KnoT, except as to Elklns. There
appeared to be no doubt In anybody's
mind that Elklns was there
Venezuelan V are
WIHemMad, Island of Ctirncoa,
June 20. All day today a Venezuelan
warship has bombarded without result
Macatuom, a suburb of La (lualra,
where 700 revolutionists are Intrench
ed. For a month the Government has
been Imitating the tactics of the Span
lards In Cuba and the British In South
Africa by compelling natives and for
eigners living In the dlmlct to aban
don their homes and concentrate nt La
Wlllemstnd, Island of Curacoa, June
1. The I'nlted States gunboat Topcka
anchored at I.a Oualra to"ny
Caracas, Venezuela. J.ine 21 Tho
I'nlted States cruiser Cincinnati nrrlvcJ
nt La Oualra today.
Pretoria, June 22. Lot d M lnr who
was British High Commissioner In
South Africa, took the oath cf Gover
nor of the Transvaal here today. In tho
pietcncc of a large assemblage of'pco
lie. He was heartily cheered by thost-
present and a salute In hit honor wal
fired fiora the tort.
CHINESE CRUISER LOST
London, June 22. A dispatch to th"
Central News from Shanghai Bays that
the Chinese cruiser Kai Chi was
wrecked today by a terrific exploslou
while blng In the Yangtse rivet. Tho
Kal Chi rank In thirty seconds and 150
officers and men on board w-ete klllcJ
or drowned. Only two men on board
the cruiser escaped death.
The Knl Chi was one of the oldest
cruisers In the Chinese navy. SI10
was launched In 1SS2. She had a speed
of 14.3 knots and a 2110 ton displace
ment. She was 2I0 fet long and hnd
a StVfcot bean. Her Indicated horse
power was lCoO.
80U8A jrAtCII FOR EDWARD.
New- York, June 21 A cable to the
Sun ftom London says. G. r HInton,
icpresentlng John Philip ?cuka. hns
arrived h"ie for the ipeilal puiposo of
presenting to the Kin,; a copy of Sou
ta's march. "Imperial Edward." Tho
stoic is ueauwuiiy iiuminaieu upon
. . ........ .... .......
HInton was to have had en nudienco,
with the King, but the piesentatloni
as made Instead todav through Sir
Dish ton Piobvn. an eMra equerry to
the King, who stated to HInton the
King's regrets that he .-o ild not give
him au audience. The n.ni h was play
cd tonight before the emit b) the bam
of the Scots Guards.
Alden Elr trie "Belt'
all the .'-'.-it'vf rrorer-
ties of the expensive belts ncv sold by
doctors and druEfil '. It jl ts a very
tionc current of electrlt'tv and Is easily
reculated. Bound to supersede thtr. Can
be had from the undersSci'td cnly: n
nsents; no discount. Clrcul irf'tr. Address
Plorco Electric Co , zf P' st St.. San
Frar.tl.ro Sent free to Haw .1 1 .r 65.00
ADVICE TO YOUNG
rhc Dr. A
1th sus- ai-c
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Sprinting Playe Important Part In Base-Running.
Edward Hanlon wa the originator of tho run and hit game now better
known as the Baltimore ste. Instcud of allowing the batter to sacilflco
with a plajer on first the runner would slgnul the batter that he Intended to
start for the second base on the following ball. This was the cuo to tho bat
ter, who would hit the ball, keeping It along tho ground, If possible and at till
position left vacant by the fkldir who was to cover second baso for tho
In order to make this play successful ft requires a cool head, plenty of
bruins, and un unllrnted amount of nerve.
The play was at omc iu. le&hful, nnd for two months the Baltlmoro team
was the talk of the baseball world. Piedlctlons nt this tlmo were rife that tho
team would not stand the pace they ha 1 bet out for themselves. It was also
said that the other clubs would readily holvo the problem how to stop the run
and hit game which v.at axonipllshlins so much foi Hanlon's pla.vers
The Baltimore manager did not woirj about theso predictions. He knew
ho had a team of fait srlntus v.-hp wero ublo to executo his ph.j with tlint
suieuess that dtfled the tffoits of the opposing tenuis to break It up. Tho bat
tery hud to be gilt-edged to cntih the men stealing, even In the event of their
fcitcccedlng in keeping the ball nwny ftom tho batter when this play was made.
The runner was always piepared for the start, and wus Invariably at tho
second base waiting for the ball to reach there.
Instruments Filed for Record July t,
M Morlhlro K. Ya'mamoto . ...CM
Kellinna.-tnuku Kallmapchti (k) at
W I. Wllcov Samtipl C. Allen. .Mt;
Lee Wal Lowers & Cooke, Ltd .Asgt.
Cans Chip Kal Kam US.
Wong I.ar l.am Kara Chin CM.
Elizabeth S. Ileckulth William O.
Antone L. Perry Maria A. Perry. Mtg.
Alamanti and wife Mrs. S. N. Hund
Jni. W. Hush Mrs. S. N. Hundley.. 0.
Geo. Mumby J. J. Dulntjer D,
Dank of Hawaii. Ltd W. C. Achl
S. Rosenberg, by atty. T. Cllvo Da
Sing Loy Co '1. H. Davlcs &. Co,
Recorded Juno 23, 1902,
A. Schwartz, by administrator, to
M. S. Canai lo; deed; piece lanJ,
School street, Hllo, Hawaii; $1000.
Hook 23S. page 41 Dated Juno 17, 19)2
Mrs. K. Aim to George W. Mt
Dottgnll; deed; portion II. P. CS07. Ho
nokua, South Kona, Hawaii; $100.
Dook 23S. page 45. Dated May 12, 1902
Mary Molkeha to Mrs. K. Aim,
deed: Interest In It P. CS57. Kul 771.1
Hunokua, South Kona, Hawaii; $50.
Dook 23$, page 47 Dated June 3, 1902
.Mrs. K. Aim to Georgo W. Me
Dougall; deed; portion U. P. fiS57, l
nokua. South Kona, Hawaii; $200
Cook 235. page 4S. Dated June II, 1902
Annie M. Zoffman to John C. Gall;
deed; lota 9. 10. 19 and 20, block 9A,
Kapahulti, Honolulu, Oanu; $1000.
Hook 22S, page 49. Dated June 21
II. P., Dlshop Estate, by trustees, to
A C. Lovekln; deed; real and person
al property. Territory of Hawaii. Bool.
234, page 442. Dated August 17. 1902
A. C. Lovekln to Trustees II. I'.
Dlshop Estate; deed; real and person
al property. Territory of Hawaii. Hook
234. page 445. Dated August 17. 1900
Kwong Ling Loy to I.an Yce Slnsl
ct nl , trustees, bill of snlc; stock
merchandise, fixtures, etc., In store St,
and 24, King street, Honolulu, Oahu;
000. Dook 235, page 242. Dated
April 19. 1902.
Fook Tal to T. H. Davlcs and Com
pany. Limited: assignment; lire claim
Hook 235, page 244. Dated July l'J,
On Tal Company to T.' II. Davloj
and Company. Limited; assignment;
firo claim for $1104.40; $1. Uook 235.
page 240. Dated Juno 21. 1902.
Knalhtio and wife to J. A. Magoou;
deed; one-forty-clghta Interest In piece
laud. Walmca, Oahu; $100. nook 231
page 4iC. Dated Juno 20, 1902
John Wallace to Tlora M. Decker;
deed; lot C. block T, Kaplolanl Patk
addition, Honolulu, Oahu; $a0. Date I
April 5, 1902.
I'm S. McChcsnoy to Arthur 11.
Wood; mortgage, lots 1 and 2, of
Grnnt 3328 corner Wilder avenue nnd
Kcwnlo streets Honolulu, Oahu; II,
fiOO. Hook 237, page 18C. Dated May
II. Watcrluuse nnd Company, trus
tees, to Arthur n. Wood; agreement;
In re property of mortgage M. S. Mr
Chesney on portion Grant 3328, Ktilao
kahtia. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook 235,
pago 247. Dated Juno 21, 1902.
Arthur D. Wood to J. M. Cooko Es
tatc, by trustee; assignment ot moit-
gagc; mortgage Una S. McChesncv,
lots 1 nnd 2, of Grant 332S. corner WH
tier avenuo am TCoualo streets, Horn
lulu, Oahu; $4oU'). 3ool; 237, pago 1S9
Dated June 21. 1902.
Recorded June 24, 1902.
Hono'.aa Sugar Company to K. Lu
maltcllicl: lcme: tiortlon Grr.nt
- - j
n0nokna. Hamakua. Hawaii: seven
I teen jears at $1!'
Book 24i, pago 4
jjatnj jn 11, JSSC,
iin ri,nri in 11" iri-
mortgage; leasehold, buildings, 1 horse
, Honolulu. Oahu;
L.nn ,,,, , ,,,' 1 . '
$100. Hook 239 pago S3. Dated Jll l
A. Hlgnshl to H. Hlrota; chattel
mortgage; 1 wagon. No. 331, 1 horso
and harness; $244.50. Book 239, page
95. Dated April 7, 1902.
Alex. Ldzarus to Bank of Hawaii;
mortgage; lot 102. of Grant 35011, Kt.
nau street, Honolulu, Oahu; IC001.
Book 237, page 189. Dated June JJ
Jos. Keakahlua to William Kaauual;
chattel mortgngo; leasehold, Kahan-i
Koolauloa, Oahu; mortgago Nail
(w) premises, iieela, Koolaupoko. 0,
liu J90. Book 237, pago 192 Dated
June 23, 1902.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as h,nnder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
In connection wltk tno sailing or tee above steamers, tne agents are pre
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fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
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DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
HEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. NEBRASKAN (new) about July 25th.
S. 8. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf.
From Sun PrancUco
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From Seattle and Tacoma
3. S. "HAWAIIAN" AUG. 10
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Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
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Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nice picnic grounds,
also stabling for borses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Eedroomt, Sample Room for Commer
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St.t bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
ETerytnlng first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE. - Pronrietor,
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THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FHANCIBCa
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Mr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
rmOmsji Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emok,
Ug and Library Cars, with Barbel
ttop and Fliasact Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-U-cirts).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullinan Ordinary Sleepers.
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lit Third street, Portland, Orego.
1. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San FrancUe.
I. h. LOHAX, O. P. A T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cart liare Walklkl lor town al i ,. t re. I it a
aid trtry is mlnutu iherealter till 10 , it-ij til
iljir.M. from Walklkl to to tht Punahou Sublet,
Cart Itart R Rant, or Pawaa twlub lor lotm tl
1 1 a M. anl evt-y it mlrutet Iheriafttr till ir.otr.Jl
Lara llavt roil ani Klne i-reett comer roe rataaia
ate 10 AM, and ertry 11 raloulei alter till net
tart leavt for Palaoia only al e and ) jo A M.
Cart leave Palama for Walklkl , a. a m and erere
11 Blnutet till g 41 P H , then al 19 ij and 10 as r
Ibe 11 14' A. from Patent for Punihnu nnlv m
cart leave ron ana King; until corner loi Rllle
Ranct at s to and 1 19 A n
Cart leavt Fort and Kin trreett corner for Walklk
at 6 oj A M and every it mlrutet ll'l ioojp.m then at
9 p ,n, 1 nj r n, lav ii j r.n f oea 10 waiEiai
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VAILET.
Cart leave Punahou Stable for Town at e , and
lor Town and Valley all 11 ijgliHto lit 1 and
r to A M.
Cariltavt Oahu Coltera for town and Vallev et
6 to I so and la A n and ever) 10 nlnut.t ml 10 to
P.M. tacepltheeten hour and half, tov.r carl whlrt
rko iron inv aiacie
Cart Ittvt ntuanu Valley at 6 to 6 10 6 sa A.M tat
-ery 10 nlnutct thereafter till 10 ;o p.m
Cera leave Fort ani Oiie.n .! Im Puniti,.
Collate at 6 os ' es s A M and tvery 10 m'nutta
after till gas P.M After lhal tht cart tun to the
Stable UD to 11 teP.M. which lfhe!i1rr Iron Town
reachlnt the Stable at 11 jo P.M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
rEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQJJES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains,
An excellent chance Is vffered tor (
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage! meet the S. S. Mauna lb
tt Kallua and take passengers orerlant
to Hooken, where the steamer Is mf
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811.
STATIONS DAILY DAILY
(Outward; ea. Sun. daily ea Sun daily DAILY
AM. AM. AM P.M P M
Honolulu .... tic g tt 11 os is 51."
Pearl City.... So 0 at ilea 14? tsa
Ewa Mill S ) to o8 la oo 40s it
Walanae ..... .... tost 4 4S ....
Walalua It SS 140 ....
Kahuku.... last 6 IS ....
(Inward) at Sua. Daily daily DAILY
AM AM PM PM.
Kahkku t js .... tot
Wtlalaa ,610 .... a so
Walanae 1 10 ... j ss
Ewa Mill a jo T 4S l0S a Ja
Peatl City its So) 1 so 111
Honolulu 6)0 S J$ soS S ao
r C. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agx.
Q. P. DHNI80N. Superintendent
Drays Top Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Ccast, and Tl
chock baggage on all outgoing steixi-
Wblte and Black San For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin. Ill
Sing street. Tel E6.
. URSEH, KTr.
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP THU
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I I : : 618 FORT STICK
Btable 'Phono. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and la.
C. H. BELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO-
ENGINEERS AND ! ! :
Ptana aol aitlmatea furnlahal for all claiaea
Tel. Main 249.
ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capably and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.