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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T., THURSDAY, JULT S, 1902.
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WEAR CLUB COLORS
COMING BOAT RACES
Tho lady adherents ol Oio boat clubs
cannot parttclpato In tho coming, races
hut can insptro enthusiasm by being
attired In their favorlto club colors.
Ilavo you seen tho display of hand
some materials In our windows? Hero
we mention a few of them":
Bluo and White.
30 in, 20c a Yard
Bluo and White.
29 In, 20c a Yard
28 In, 30c a Yard
Blue and White.
31 In, 15c a Yard
POLKA DOT DIMITY
Bluo and White.
30 In, 15c a Yard
Blue and White.
32 In. 25c a Yard
Bluo with whtto dots. Solid
blue with laco stripes.
HEALANI HATS AND
Red nnd White.
30 In. 6 Yards (or $1.00
Red and White.
30 In- 15c a Yard
28 In. 30c a Yard
28 In, 30c a Yard
30 In, 30c a Yard
32 In. 35c a Yard
Red with whtto dots. Solid
red with laco stripes.
MYRTLE HATS AND
DETAILED SCORES OF
Co. P. Easily at Head of List
Only One Staff Officer Secured
Any Kind of a
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
The score for" tho National Guard
tournament which closed Sunday wcro
finally made up yesterday. Co. V easi
ly carried off the honors, taking ths
largest number of gold nnd silver bars,
to say nothing of a large proportion of
tho bronze ones. There was but ono
bar taken by n staff officer, Dr. Oarvln
of the medical corps winning a bronze
Following Is n complete list of the
scores made, all scores above 35 stand
ing for bronze, from 40 to 45, silver,
and 45 nnd above, gold:
Gold Bars Sergeant Gouveln, 48;
Captain Johnson, 47, 47; Prlvnto Moss-
man, 45, 45, 45; Sergeant Coster, 45, 45.
Sliver Sergeant Tracy, 43, 43, 43;
Private Vlda, 12; Private Duvauchellc,
41; Prlvnto Eugene Duvnucholle, 41, 41,
40; Private F, Beckert, 41; Corporal
Donnelly, 41; Sergeant Gouvcla, 40;
Captain Johnson, 40; Sergeant Carlson,
40. 40; Private Sclbold, 40.
Bronze Sergeant Jackson, 38, 39.
35; Sergeant Costa, 39; Private Bort
fcld, 37; Prlvalo Lima, 36; Private
Stone, 39, 35; Private Splllner, 35; Pri
vate Selbold, 3C; Private II. Beckert,
35, 33; Prlvato T. Beckert. 38; Private
Ed Duvauchellc, 38; Private Ferrelra,
39, 39, 39; Private Zaulan, 30, 30, 3G;
Private Lalatac, 37 .
Gold Private Mullen, 40, 40.
Sliver Prlvato Olson, 43; Prlvato
Mitchell, 43; Captain Riley, 41, 40, 40;
Private Bcnolt, 44; Prlvato Bolster, 41;
Private Mullen, 40; Private Mullen Jr.,
30; Sergeant McGrow, 39. 37; Corporal. fr company. Time w
Myhrc. 30. 39; Corporal Wise, 35, 30, 35; t September 1 In both c
LUMBER, BEEF CATTLE
AND TWO PRIMING JOBS
Board of Health Declines to Relax
the Fishing Prohibition
Japanese Consul Complains
There were present at tho Board of
Health meeting yesterday: Dr. II. C.
Sloggett, president; Dr. W. L. Moore,
Dr. C. II. Cooper, D. P. R. Isenberg,
Attorney General Dole, E. A. Mott
Smlth and F. C. Smth. Dr. J. S. II.
Pratt, executive oOlccr, and C. Char
lock, secretary, were In attendance.
Parker Ranch was tho only bidder
for supplying cattle to tho Leper Settle
ment for six months and was awarded
Metropolitan Meat Company bid C'i
cents a pound for hides und tallow de
livered on tho wharf at Honolulu, i
which was Half a cent higher than F. General, seconded by Dr. Moore, It
F. Porter's bid und secured tho con-1 "br voted to have 3000 copies of the
has Imitators some dealers
will substitute if you don't
watch out. Be sure you get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure (or Dandruff, tailing hair,
scalp exema, etc. A dash
on the hair alter bathing pre
sents colds, Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Expo
sition over all competitors.
Sold Gvtry whert. Dook about It Ire.
"Coke Dandruff Cure U unlTe natlr
bm by rawnJri of CongrfM.
"JnlinW. Kran, Foreman of nfflelil
A. R. BREMER CO., CHICAQO.
&l Toilet Soap
cleans the hair and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
for the bath.
FOR SALE BY IIOBIION DRUa CO.
Fort nnd King Sts.
lamphlct printed and tho work given
to tho lowest bidder, this to bo deter
mined by a committee of the lay mem
bers of the Board.
After tho meeting tho committee met
und nwerded tho contract to tho Adver
tiser. Lcers & Cooke and Allen & Rob
inson, respectively, were awarded the
vent nshing in' and the harbo. - " -
Ull il I Cliui i lltuv lllv uuimiiau ui
The president suggested a commit
tee on tho Illlo fish market question.
After some informal talk the matter
was laid oer.
E. It. Wodchouse. representing Mrs.
Victoria Ward, wroto regarding tho
stopping of or fishery business with u
good Incomo by the regulation to pre'
Ho submitted that tho existing clrcum-
stnnccs did not warrant the rcstrtc-
Nuuanii avenue nnd I'auo.i road had
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voted In effect, on motion of the Attor-1 ehnrRPl1 W'U' l J"1 p . p
ney General, that it would be premature " n .. nt Z Ml of
to rescind the regulation while choi-; J P "!. . ," " f
Only way to get any
comfort this kind of
wcntlicr and a good
Simply turn on the button to hava
tho cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and nmko you forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE,
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
TliLEPIIONH MAIN .'WO.
era Is rnglng In the Orient.
Kinney, Ballou & McClanahun wroto
as attorneys for a Chlneso duck raiser,
asking fur an extension of time In
which to remove his duck ranch from
tho Wnlklkl marshes. Three months
was wanted. A similar letter was re
ceived from F. M. Brooks, attorney
as granted un
John Hlktati petitioned that his wlfa
Silver Captain Rose, 41, 41, 41;
Sergeant Karrattl. 41; Sergeant Koo,
Robertson & Wilder was adopted.
Dr. Cofer, Federal quarantine ofll
ecr, reported as follows: Hongkong,
two weeks to June 5, cholera 70 cases
nnd C2 deaths, smallpox and typhus
ono case iacl. plaguo 85 cases nnd 83
deaths. Amoy, cholera about 140
cases. Shanghai, cholera few cases.
Yokohami, smallpox, ono case. Saga
Ken, cholera 29 cases and deaths 13.
E. O. Keen, plumbing inspector, ro-
detail of his
lans filed, 93;
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
DITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND GALV. FISH
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
n,Xl T.I.: i.ii i Permits Issued. 93; Inspections made,
monthly. Tho request wns denied. ' .' ,,, ,. -owor
Dr. Sloggett brought up a matter of. "' ' . ' ,,, .,
At the request of the Governor, the
Attorney General read a letter from
tho Jupaneso Consul, Mlki Salto, re
garding examinations of Japanese puy
slclans for license. There was a refer
ence also to tho rejecton of a Japanese
physician as a substitute for Haualei
President Sloggett Btatcd that tho
Board had nothing to do with the ex
aminations, as It had lately been told
in plain language by tho examiners;
Dr. Cooper, besides referring to tho
absence of Jurisdiction, remarked that
C. W. MACFARLANB,
The Transcendent Arc Light
BOO C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Ilavo rccolved tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for storo and halls, ana aro In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
tcr Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store,
Elito Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. We also havo tho same Aro
T.amp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In yerds
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In uso throughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Corporal Johnson. 39; Prlvato Bccher.l fc '" 'K a P "n "" n'8 w,, ported the following .
37. 35; Private Bolster. 37, 38; Private released from the experiment t;,offlco work for June. j.
Cook 3G, 38; Private aumpher, 37, 37,
37; Private Glglaltl. 39, 30; Prlvato
Mltnhall 9rt HO Tflintn nlsnn 3Q 3fi!
Private Schmidt'. 33 . blds for Printing, about which news-
paper uiucu inuuuHvrH uuu uAiuvaacu
Bids of the Advertiser, Bulletin and
'""- - M. .-. r.- . .. t--l .
42; Corporal Hulhul. 43; Private T. owr were reuu uy ur. rm ui-iuh iur
Cummins, 41. 41. 41; Prlvato Kahela.'the print ng of tho new regulations
41; Private Keanala, 40. and circulars, so much for two thou-
Tiron,sorrf.onf Vnrrntil 37. as? 'sand and for three thousand pamph-
Corporal Hulhul. 3G; Private Antone. " and for two thousand circulars.
38. 35. 35; Private Howell Jr.. 39; Prl- Mr. Dole moved that each Job be
v. v. -in. irivno Knnrml an? ' given to the lowest bidder therefor. Ho
Prlvnto l.olnloha'38: Private Mahony. wa told by Dr. Pratt that those bld-
,. ding wanted both Jobs or none.
COMPANY II. Mr. Mott-Smlth gave nn explanation
Silver Private Cummtncs. 44. 40. 44: from the committee. They had been h ,.,, nn nlilortlnn tn tho nationality
Corporal Mlllona, 40. empowered to have the printing dono of physician, but would insist that
Bronze Sergeant Parker. 39, 38; and when tho matter was In shapo It ono 810,i uo subject to Just as rigid
Sergeant S. Parker, 35, 38, 38; Corporal consisted of a mixture of printing, writ- Bn examination ns another relatlvo to
Mlllona, 38, 38. Ing und typo-wrltlng. tor convenience his knowledge of medlclno nnd surgery.
COMPANY A. me mnucr was oniereu into type ai uiu it wug votc,i to refer the letter back
Sliver Captain Klemme, 41, 41; Advertiser onlec, without any Idea of t0 the Governor with tho Information
Lieutenant Berndt, 40. discrimination, and the cost of tho just expressed.
Bronze Sergcnnt Van Gelsen, 38; ' proofshects furnished tho comraltteo
Private Burns, 38; Private Stlft, 38, 37.; would bo about $120, which would have ,,. if ,
COMPANY C. to bo paid anyway. , ue '" str'ct accountant; If you
Bronze-Captain Gonsalves. 38; Lieu- The Attorney General, after somo ;lemnd f her n one direction more
tenant Mclln, 3C; Sergeant Ollval, 37, conversation and a suggestion that tho "an "' prepared to lay out, sho
30, 30; Sergeant Santos. 33, 37. 37; Ser- question be left to a committee of tho tatan tho ocwunt In mn lnga le-
geant Olsen, 35; Corporal Fernandez, business men of tho Board, asked It '"'""on elscwhcre.-IIer hcrt Spencer.
37. 35: Private Costa. 30. I bids had been asked. Being answered ""-"'" . . '""," """'""' "-.
COMPANY E. I In the nmrmatlvc. ho said then the Kach to his passion, whafs In a name?
SlIvcr-Llcutenant Keknllla, 40; Ser- work should be given to the lowest -Helen Hunt Jackson,
geant Heiehu, 41: Sergeant Hugo, 40; bidder. If a bill had been Incurred at
Corporal Opunul Rice, 11. ' tho Advertiser oulcc, that could not I sometimes think that never blows so
Bronze Private Ahln,' 35; Prlvato be helped. : red
Hlpa, 37; Private Kanoa, 35; Prlvato Answering a question, tho president The Rose as where somo burled Caesar
Koma, 37; Prlvnte Kuukahanell, 37; said that tho Bulletin had been award- bled;
Prlvato Kealaula, 37; Prlvato Kama!- ed tho contract, hut owing to tho oh- That every Hyacinth tho Garden wears
nalulu, 37; Privn'te Kaul. 35; Prlvato Jcctlon of a competitor ho concluded to Dropt In her Lap from somo onco love
Naehn,' 37;' Private Opunul. 35; Private submit tho matter to tho Board. ly Head.
Wnlne 33- Private Makal, 38. Finally, on motion of the Attorney Omar Khayyam.
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND
The Pride of the Home
Fels Naphtha Soap
. Washes Clothes Without Rubbing
Removes All Grease and Paint Stains.
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho samo price. It Is demonstrating Us merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and inspect tho different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Solo AgentB tor tlio Hawnllnn lwtnniln.
RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYliD.
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
Illng below cost. This is tho last chance
BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VIC
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
All goods selling below cost. This is tho last chance to buy aB cheap.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACE8 and CHINESE SILK.
P. O. Box ms. Tn. il. '
S7xacrc3r uo &&ca.tw
THE OLDEST Clli. B FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Sultri to Flat 9 Ifci to4 Gnu llntoi. CMdik and JcptoiM Good! el All KIdIi
io-ii HauBu strati.
Notts- - -Surrey
- - -
Essex - - -Leicestershire
Oxford - - -
M.CC- - -
England - - -
Yorkshire - -
Lancashire - -
Cambridge - -
England- - -
for 5 wkts.
for 8 wkts.
3 J4 for 6 wkts.
for 9 wkts.
356 for 7 wkts.
J02 for 2
213 for 7 wkts.
J 3 for 2 wkts
for 8 wkts.
for 3 wkt;.
for 3 wktr.
for 2 wkts.
50 for 5 wkts
Aust. won by
Inn. and 4 runs
Aust. won by
Inn. and 78 runs
Aust. won by
Aust. won by
Inn and 54 runs
Draw in favor of
For July 4th.
Wc havo a few very cholco suckling pigs. Detter leave your or
der early, as they aro In great demand.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main 46.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the .
Fort Street, opp. Love Building,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
Yorks. won--5 wkt
Aust. won by J wkt
and 183 runs
Played 12 ; Australians won 5 and lost J drawn 6
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD,
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
HONOLULU, H. T.
The Bulletin, 75cts, per month
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