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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. THURSDAY. JULY' A. 1902.
E. O. HALL
CORNER PORT AND KING 6TREBTB.
OH1 THE PANAMA.
rm ! or tint to be: that Is the n,"c-
Winter 'tti nobler to give up twenty
And uf u I'anama that folks won't
t)i Use au Imitation that Tom, Dick
"Will smile at as wo pass them? To
aP; ti pay
Tbive iitunk. ami by that npleiidld
Tfbe tnlf.iiiK Ikiw hIio ought to save, hep
"WTieo xtie buys hats! 'TIs a c-onsttm
2hn.nrtly to lip wlfhcd. To h-.ie to
Ti! urld our cheaper side: ay,
there' the tub!
1'or tUi mil' ImrtnUon goods what
Ijt may come
TnDreraliig our position In the world,
(licit clvo us pause; therc'8 the respect
TTe wtMiM Inspire In the grocer's boy:
-Ami -Kim noiild bear tho butcher's
qntps and scorn,
Tin' eonduetnr's wrong, the Ice man's
Thp pangs of one despised by dry
goods clerks, .
T?ic Insolence of hackmen and the
Tlmt he ho wears cheap headgear
has to take,
"When by Investing merely what would
3fts rcut for half a month he might
il TaLIsh I'anama? Who would hesi
tate To mint and sweat under n cheap
But that the dread of something men
The unheard slurs of people we don't
anfl ne'er may pass but once puzzles
And makes ns often rob ourselves to
3tespcrt from those who never notlco
Thus foolish ijrlde maVes monkeys of
JUid thus tfio native hue ,pf Independ
ence Is sicklied o'er with tho palo cast if
Jtnd we that think we don't care what
With guilty consciences, hand up the
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Dove Season Opens
We have ready for the dove season
100.000 Shot Gun
All Dupont Ammunition, loaded espe
cially for im. The kind that flocsn'b
I give a headache. Parker and L. C.
I Smith gum In excellent assortment.
Shotguns from $7 up; also guns for
& SON, Ltd;
There Is a great deal of speculation
going on today regarding the cham
pionship races at Pearl Harbor tomor
row. The llealanls are backing their
men for nil there Is In It. They seem to
be placing more confidence In their
boat than In the men who will row In
It. They feel sure that It Is better than
the Myrtle shell. The wearers of tho
red nnd white, on the other band, are
sa lug nothing hut are going Into tlm
fight tomorrow with a determination
to give the Healnnls the hardest strug
gle they have had In years.
It Is known for n fact that the llea
lanls In pulling' oer the Pearl Harbor
course this year have made faster time
than during the race last year. This
taken In connection with the fait that
practically the same crew will row this
year makes the Healanlis certain that
they will come out ahead tomorrow.
It jseems to be conceded that the
MyrtlcB will carry off the honors In tho
junior race and very few llealanls
could be found today who were willing
to conrede the victory to the llealanls.
Krom the feeling In town today, it
would therefore seem that the honors
In the championship races tomorrow
will be even.
A certain Scottish minister In n West
Highland parish has never yet been
known to permit a stranger to occupy
his pulpit. Irately, however, an Edin
burgh divinity student was spending a
few days in the parish, and on the Sat
urday he called at the manse and askcn
the minister to be allowed to preach
the following day. "My dear young
man," said the minister, laying a hnnd
gently on the young man's shoulder,
"gin I lat ye preach the morn, nnd yn
gle a better sermon than me, my fowl;
wad never again be satisfied wl' my
preachln'; and gin ye're nae a better
preacher than me, yeSre no worth lis
There nre more Slavonic "males under
21 years of age In New York City than
of any other foreign people. They out
number the Latins under 21 by 11,000,
the Germans by 12,000, the Drltlsh by
20,000. and the Scandinavians oer
twelvefold. The Slavonic men In New
York City over 21 exceed in number
every other nationality of correspond
ing age except the Germans nnd Irish.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cenU per
See the new
' Climax Arc Lamp
I 100 to COO candlepower. This
j Is the best lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Qa Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
NEW - TO-DAY
Th'3 Kewalo sewer TJas been nricpt
ri! nnd houso connections can bu male
1 1 tho came. V? 11. DOYO.
Superintendent of Public Works.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting cf the stock
holders of tho Pacific Land and Im
provement Company held at Honolulu
June "th. 1902, the following oillcers
were elected to servo for the ensuing
"resident Yip See Young
Vice President C. G. Yee Hop
Secretary Henry Loo Kong
Treasurer Lum Hln
Auditor Pong Lum Mow
I Tho above named officers, with
Pong Lum, Lee King Chin, Pong Mn
Chee nnd Lee Ping, constitute 1 111
board of directors.
(Signed) HLWKY LOO KONO.
A STONE-DEAD TOWN.
"Do you keep ping-pong?" asked tho
new resident of the proprietor of the
village grocery nnd general emporium
vtcii. mum. was me answer, "we
hain't ordered nil our line of fancy
groceries for the summer, and "
"Oh, mercy. It Isn't a giocery It is
"I know It ain't." broke In the store
keeper. "I was Jest n-goln' to say that
when we ordered them we was goln' to
pick out the latest patterns In neck
ties, because we have a good trade
now, and "
"Goodness me, man! It Isn't to wear
It Is to "
"I know that too." Interrupted tho
proprietor of the store ngaln; "I know
that. I was about to tell you that w
nre Intcndln' to put In nil the latest
novels when we lay In our new Btocks.
and If you'll come mound then we'll
be sure to have "
"Dear me!" put In the lady. "Ping
pong Isn't a bood It's a game!"
"Well," said the merchant, "we try
to handle nil the new goods our cus
tomers demand, but when It comes to
games, why, scven-up and croklnolo
hold the banner In this town, and 1
don't reckon we wnnt to make any
chango this year." Judge.
The late General Charles H. T. Colli!
made tho bequest In his will that hU
two regimental Hags be deposited In
the tomb of his old comrnde. General
Ulysses S. Grant.
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Last quarter of tho moon 28th
11:22 a. in.
Tldca from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Oreen welh time, being
tiiat of the meridian of 167.30. The
tlmo whistle ..owa at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, U-i Om.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 3.
Temperntuie Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, SI.
llarometer at 9 a. tn. 30.02. Irregular.
I)ed Point C8r
Humidity at 9 a. m. GS per cent.
Dlninond Head Slgnnl Station. July
3. Weather clmr: wind fresh NL
Wednesday. July 2.
Am. schr. Helen. Chrhtlnnson, 17
dajs fiom San Francisco, with 1700
tons general merchandise.
Thursday. July 3.
Str. James Malice. Tnllctt. from
Kuual poits. at 8:20 n. m.. with 2492
bags of sugar. 20 bags of rice and C
packages of sundries.
Str. .Mauna I.on, Slmerson. from Ln
lialnn, Maiilnca, Konn nnd Kau ports
at noon, with S0S9 bags sugar. ."2 bags
coffee, 79 bags taro, 40 bags nun, 80
bunches bananas, 37 kegs butter, 4S
rases fruits, 8 barrels pol. 34 bundle
hides, 37 pigs. 23 bend cattle, 4 cows
t calvrs aud 197 packages of sundries.
Wednesday, July 2.
C.-A. S. S. Monnn. Caley, for Van
comer nnd Victoria, at -Pp. m.
Str. I.ehiia, Naopala. for Mololtal
ports, at S p. m.
Str. Nilhau, W. Thompson, for Puna-
lull, nt S p. m.
O. S. S. Zcalandln. Dowdell. for San
Francisco, from Oceanic wharf at (!
From Kauai ports, per str. James Ma
kee, July 3 Miss Mary Lono, Mr. Stlcl
and 13 on deck.
From Lahalna, Maalaca. Kona an-
Knu ports, per str. Mauna Loa. July 3
Miss Williams, II. Adams. v. Makakoa
and boy. Holster Mllakana, Miss A. Ke-
kaula, Kemalllkunc nnd wife, II. Mar
tin, W. Kauhane, Miss F. Kamanoha,
M. Goveia, Ah Po. Mr. Una, Master Ke
amoto, Geo. Hates, Mr. and Mrs. Allan,
A. C. WIshaiM, p. W. Hornuus. Dr. K.
Togn, Mrs. K. Toga. J. Hughes. C. Ah
Nee, C. F. Clemens, G. P. Ixioney and
41 on deck. .
For San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Zcalandla. sailing at C p. m. today:
Ilrother Felix, Ilrother Alfred. Miss
Nlelson, Miss Rolllfson, L. II. Miller
nnd wife, Miss M G. Fermane, Miss M.
IJ. Simonds Mrs. W. II. Goetz. Mrs. M.
Under. Miss E. Nichols, Mies Rnsmus
sen, Miss M. J. Johnston, W. C.
Orenes, Mrs. Pickett, Mrs. Ford, Miss
II. Horner, Mrs. S. do Freest, Miss Tan
ner, Mrs. Andrews. II. M. Lull. F. J.
Armstrong, C. C. Nutting, wife nnd 2
children, J. A. Merrick, Thomas Herd,
W. A. Ualdwln, J. Michaels. Miss How
land, Miss Horgan, Mrs. Herrlman, M.
A, Herrlman, T. Raw ley, Z. R. Meyer,
Miss M. E. Davis. Mrs. K. C. Graff, J.
H. .Meyer, A. W. Eckerman, Captain
HIRAM'S INGENIOUS P'.AN.
"Why, Hlram Skinner." his aston
ished wife cried, holding up her hands
tn surprise as ulie lis(oered him at
work out behind the corn crib, "what
be you a-doln' there?"
"Ain't $ou go no eyes?" he answered,
going nhead with bis work. "What does
this thing I'm tlnkcrln' at look most
like lo you?"
"Wei'l. I d'no. It looks some like
them llyln' machines I've saw pictures
of in the papers."
"You guessed It the first time. Llzey.
That's Just exactly what I'm a-makln'
and I reckon I" show some of these
people that think farmers ain't got no
Ingenuity that they're about as fur
off ns a horseshoe that's liangin' to a
rafter In the blacksmith shop. This
ain't goln' to be no'Santos-Dumont rig
that you have to pick out of a tree or
off'n some church steeple overy nu
"Hut what on earth are you scwln'
all them dollar bills on It fer?" she ask
ed with a sudden sickening fear that
lie had lost his mind.
JVy.l- !e.C.ret,"e f.,he
rest of 'em found out. Money flics,
jou know -and I'm a-goln' to make It
Then she ran for the doctor.
WOULD HAVE FORTY APOSTLES.
"The report that Oscar Hammersteln
proposes to give us the famous Passion
Play revives u story," said an old
timer In theatrical harness. "When
John Stetson learned that Salmi Morso
meant to present his effort In New
York Stetson bubled himself with tha
plans for a similar project.
' 'Whom will you cast for the apos
tles?' asked tome one. 'Morse has hart
great trouble finding suitable persona
for the parts.'
" 'How many has ho?' queried Stet
son. " 'Twelve.'
"We'll havo forty!" retortd tho
hustler, scornfully." Now York Tri
It Ib so plcnBant to come across peo
ple more stupid than ourselves. We
lovo them nt once for being so, Je
romo K, Jerome,
Whitney & Marshf Ltd
FOR THE GREAT
Red, White and Blue Buntings
National Stripe Buntings
Red, White and Blue Ribbons
Healani and Myrtle Colors In Hosiery,
Ribbons and Neckties
Display your patriotism by decorating your store,
your house and yourself
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On 1U1 J aliei August 4th, 1902, at
the urtko oi U D. Ualdwln, Hllo, Ha
waii, may be applied tor under conul
lions ot the Laud Act of ISM, for Right
..I I'uribiiHc! Leases and llumestead
Leases, and more particularly set
filth under Part VII and VI of said
L?ml Act, the following lots In Puna
31 lots In Kuitnu. Makena Section,
niea 3 to 33S acres; appraised valu
il to JS per acre.
23 lots In Klkali. Keokea Section,
aiea S to 18S acres: appraised alue
Brt to (5 per acre.
24 lots In Keauahana, Kehena, Kee
l:ie, Kamalll. area 11 fo S3 acres; np
Vtalsed value 10c to IS.00 per acre
j lots In Malacia Section, area 7 to
1: acres; appraised value 14.00 to 0.00
per acre. '
9 lots In KantaM'KU Section, area 10
to 4(1 acres; npprslsed value $4.00 to
$10.00 per acre.
C lots In Kalniu, Kalapana, Mauka,
area 12 i 39 acres; appraised value
$3.00 to $G.00.
23 lotB In Keonepoko-lki, area G to
II ceres; appraised value $2.00 to $3.0u
(in and after tho above date, at tha
office of E. D. Daldnln, may also be
applied for under conditions of Land
Act if 1893. for Right of Purchase
l.cates, and mora particularly describ
ed under Pan VII of said Land Act:
All untnken and surrendered lota In
Now Olaa Tract. Applicants may not
ho allowed to take more than ono lot,
and all auch applicants, must tave tho
necessary qualifications required un
der Part VH ot tho above Land AcU
PUBLIC LAND3 NOTICE.
Notlco la hereby given tha' the land
described In the schedule hereto, will
bo opened for application under the
provisions of the LanJ Acfof 1S9S. for
Homestead Laises. on or after August'
IS lots tn Papa. Sjiith Kona. Hawaii,
having an a'rea from 0 to 7 acres each.
All applications for said lots shall
be made In person by tho applicant, lit
tho offlco of the Sub-Agent, nt Kallua,
North Kona. Hawaii, where plans ot
tho land and any further Information
may bo obtained Tho oftlco will bo
opened to receive applications nt 9
o'clock a. m. on Monday, August 4th,
1902. E. S. UOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lanjl.i OTlce, Honolulu, July
lBt, 1902. 2lS9-3t
Formation or tne Fourth of July Pa
First DIvlakL Military:
Form ou tbo tuakal side of Capitol
Square, right resting on Richard street.
Second Divlsioo Re3 '.ieri and otEer
orgnnlzntlons, groupes aud bicy
cles. Form on Richard street with right
resting at corner ot Merchant aud
Third Division Fire Department nnd
Form ou King street and west aide
of Capitol Square, with right resting
mnillm nt Mnrrhnnt dIfaaI
I'"''"" Division-Floats. Business Wu-
gonB, and Carriages:
Form on mauka side of Capitol
Squaro with right resting on Richard
it Is requested that those taking
part In tho paradg will assemble with
their dlfforr-nt divisions as won nftel
8:30 a. m. as possible In order to f
cllltate the Orand Marshal ans Aides
In forming the pirade.
JAMES H. nOYD.
2189-lt Grand Marshal.
An avowed Anarchist is running for
tho Itnllan chamber of deputies. He U
Pletro Calcagno, who lives on a small
island In the Mediterranean nnd min,t
not leave there without government
consent. Hlgntir Calcagno has been
Imprisoned several times because of
his nnnrchlstle uttorahces, was releas
ed only. a snort time ago on account nf
Ill-health, and has fled to tho United
States aim to England more than oni.-a
(o escape the police.
Jan Kubellk, the Rohemlan violinist.
has received tho laigo gold Decthoven
mcdnl of tho Philharmonic Society.
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 aro Invited to pa
All those Intending to participate in
the parado will plcaso notify the
Grand .Marshal, Col. Jas. 11. Doyd, of
such Intention on or before July 1st
so that a place in the procession may
be assigned to such Intending partici
pants. PARADE COMMITTEE.
JULY 4th, 1902
PEARL HARBOR COURSE
FIRST RACE-FOUR-OARED SHELL
Races will start at 9:30 a. m. after
arrival of train. Special train will
leave station at 8:45 a. m. returning
Immediately after tho races, and will
arrive tn town before noon.
Round trip tickets 75 cents.
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street. Ho
nolulu, I will sell at PUBLIC AUC-
by order of tho heirs ot J. C. Strow,
deceased, that certain tract ot land sit
uated at Laupahochoe, Islau'd of Ha'
wall, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
with all ot the Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist ot dwelling
nouse of flvo rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, drying house, two SUOO-gallon
wooden tanks all In good condition.
About ten acres of said land now
planted In coffee, ln good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
that of E. W. Barnard.
Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, U
S, gold coin. Deed and expense rf
transfer to bo nt cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For further
E. W. Barnard.
Lnupahoehbe. Hawaii, or Russell &
Watson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MOROAN,
Send the wceciy edition of the Dul
Iftt'n to your friends. Only $1 a year.
65 Queen St.
FOR THE 4th
On Saturday, July 5th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On tho premises, 1152 Nuuanu street,
I will sell at Public Auction, by order
of C. H. W. Ahl, administrator ot the
estate of C. Ahl, deceased, all ot the
stock ot goods, wares, furniture, fix
tures and good will ot tho furniture
business of tho said C. Ahl. Goods
consist ot koa bedsteads, l;oa book
cases, koa dosks. koa tables, Chinese
carved bedsteads, plain beds, tables,
offlco desks, camphor trunks, vases,
cloth, mattresses, chairs, folding
chairs, lumber, mirrors, counters,
wicker chairs, pillows, clocks, wash
stands, letter press. Iron safes, deliv
ery wagon, etc, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Beretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $0000; one-half casE, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'ropcrty ban a frontage on Klnau St.
if 116 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen. Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
hnB a, right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Prico
(4000. One-half casli, balance on
mortgage nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
COME AND INSPECT THEM
85 Queen St
aj. 'K.irif . (