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evexono nuLMmw, hohomtuj, h. t.. Thursday, jul-y 10, 1902,
REIGN OF BARGAINS
THE GENUINE KIND
Wo sell all our goods at such low
prices as to mako them bargains at
any time. When we advertise that wo
have SPECIAL BARGAINS to offer,
you may count on them being SOME
THING .. UNU3UAL SOMETHING
THAT WILL PAY YOU TO INVES
TIGATE. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE.
It won't be long beforo wo raovo ta
our now store and each week until that
time wo will offer somo VERY AT
TRACTIVE DARGAINS. Hero's a
starter. Noto tho following and don't
miss tho opportunity.
COLORED JAPANESE SILK
23 Inches In width
Reduced from 50c to 30c a Yard,
STRIPED TAFFETA SILK
19 In. wide. Very pretty waist ma
terial ' Reduced from $1.00 to 40c.
White with black figures. Width 10
Inches. Reduced from 8 yds for $1.00 16
14 Yards for $1.00.
FANCY PRINTED MUSLIN
Dresa goods of good quality. Width
28 Inches. Reduced from 10 yds. for
16 Yards for $1.00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 6IIIPA1BNT OP
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.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
ONE THIRD FIRE CLAIMS
DUE BY UNITED STATES
The Legislature Specifically Appro
priated the Interest on Bonds
When Repaid to the
Notwithstanding tho defeat of the
Honolulu fire claims Item In Congress,
the Territorial government Is not with
out some resources tor satisfying
claimants at least In part. It is be
lloved by Governor Dole that means of
paying tho first Instalment aro avail
able. Tho money s that duo tho Ter
ritory for advances of Interest made on
tho Hawaiian national debt after an
nexation and before the federal Gov
ernment was prepared to take up tho
(stipulated amount of 4,0OO,0OO.
Section 10 of Act 10 of the Legislature
of 1901, after providing an appropria
tion of (1,500,000 to pay nwards of tho
Klro Claims Commission, provides that
"for which purpose all moneys here
after returned by tho United States
Government to tho Territory of Ha
waii on account of payment of Interest
on bonds, ara hereby specifically ap
propriated, the balance of said $15,000
to be paid out of the general revenues
of the Territory of Hawaii."
The amount of Interest returned by
the United States approximates a quar
ter of a million dollars, or one-third ot
the total appropriation for Are claim
MONEY SPOT ON
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods gelling below cost. This Is tho last chanco to buy as cheap.
QRA88 LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACE8 and CHINESE 8ILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Washington, July 1. Acting Secre
tary of War Sanger today sent a com
munlcatlon to tho House of Represent
atives In answer to tlio resolution di
recting tho Secretary of War to fur
nish Information as to what anfcjunts
have been paid out of tho Cuban treas
ury or funds ot tho Cuban pcoplo to V.
B. Thurbcr, or any other person, cor
poration or association for advocating
reciprocity with tho United States.
Tho answer of the War Department
consists of certified copies of vouchers
covering the payments referred to In
tho resolution, amounting to J1C.C20.
These vouchers aro accompanied by a
letter from General Leonard Wood to
tho Secretary of War.
''Tho disbursements made," says
Gcnoral Wood, "wcro made by mo as
Military Governor of tho Island of Cu
ba and were mado "for tho purposo of
presenting to tho people, without refer
ence to party or Bcctfon, tho desires of
tha peoplo ol Cuba as to tho trado rela
tions which should exist between that
country nnd our own, Tho action tak
en was approved by tho Industrial and
commercial classes of Cuba. It receiv
ed tho unqualified approval of tho Sec
retaries of tho Insular Government and
was an cxpcndlturo ot Cuban funds for
tho purposo ot promoting Cuban inter
ests. Tho expense accounts aro here
"HxpenBCs of tho general commission
of Cuban planters sent by mo as Mili
tary Governor of Cuba, with letters of
Introduction to the lion. Secretary of
War of the United States, with the In
timation that they desired to appear
beforo the committees of Congress to
bo heard upon tho subject of trado ro
tations between Cuba and tho United
"Salary of V. D. Thurbor, together
with the certain expenses for travel
and clerk hire, 1740.
"Expenses Incident To tho purchase
and circulation of certain marked cop
ies or various United States periodi
"Tho circulation of 10,000 copies of
pamphlet entitled 'Industrial Cuba,
"Cost of circulating 320,000 circulars
In four Issues of 80,000 each, $11,020,
to which thcro Is to be added $27.70,
traveling expenses ot Lieutenant K.
Carpenter, Incurre'd In connection with
tho payment to tho United States Ex
port Association of $28S0,
"Tho expenses incident to tho circu
lation of 433 copies of a magazine con
taining an editorial article on reciproc
"Tho oxpensft Incident to tho circu
lation of 18,000 copies of tho Sunday
editions ot the Havana Post contain
ing editorial writings on reciprocity,
"To tho Havana Post for printing
and circulating pamphlets on reciproc
ity, $800. Total. $15,620."
P. O. Box WJ. Til. it.
THB OLDEST CHi. SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O.iLn Is Flat S Ik. ml Grtu Llntai, Chin... iol Jiptint Qaoll ol All Klsli
tto-ii Neaicu tUiit.
English Amateurs Winners.
Lonilon, Juno 30. A largo company
assembled at the National Sporting
Club tonlgnt to witness tho boxing
contosts held in connection with tho
coronation sporting tournament be
tween Harvard and Yale students and
English amateurs. All Die profession
al flghtors who took part In tho con
tests held laBt week wcro present to
night, and In some cases they acted as
attendants for tho American students,
All tho amateur bouts resulted In vic
tories for tho Englishmen, but tha
Americans gavo retnarkablo displays
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
BOARD OF HEALTH DOES
ONLY ROUTING BUSINESS
Commissioner Shorey on Milk Sup
ply for JuneReports of Sani
tary Officer and Inspectors,
Nothing but routlno business was
transacted at tho meeting of tho Hoard
of Health yesterday.
Dr. Douglas was granted leave of oil-
senco from the dispensary and Dr.
Peterson appointed ns his substitute.
Pure Food Law.
Food Commissioner E. C. Shorcy's
report for Juno was rend. It gave
analyses of 77 samples of milk above
standard and flvo samples below stan
dard, tho derelict dealers being Maha
tanl, Suatanl, F. Martins, S. Nobrlga
nnd Diamond Ice Cream Parlors. Mar
tins and Nlshlmoto, the latter a driver
for Nakatonl, had been convicted and
fined $50 each. Mr. Shorey also fur
nished a summary of milk samples
analyzed during tho past twelve
months. His report contnlns tho fol
lowing results ot examinations of other
'Six samples of canned corn wcro
examined for tho presence of saccharin
and one sample found to be sweetened
with this drug. Snow Flako Sugar
Corn, Snow Flako Canning Co., Uruns-
wlck, Me. Packed for Wellman, Peck
& Co., San Francisco; sample obtained
from II. May & Co. There are many
brands of this article on tha market
and It Is very likely that there are oth
ers sweetened with saccharin.
'A sample of Iluyler's Glycerine
Tablets was found to contain cocaine.
0.03 grain per tablet.
"Two samples of Carnation Evapor
ated Cream were found to contain 4
nnd 6.1 per cent butter fat respectively.
A Bamplo examined somo months ago
contained only 2.5 per cent. This arti
cle evidently varies considerably and
Is without doubt mado from milk from
which part of tho butter fat has been
"A sample of Ko-nut was examined
and found to be as represented.
"A sample of Hawaiian salt submit
ted by Mr. Tracy was examined nnd
found to contain nothing Injurious."
Following Is the report of C. H. Tra
cy, City Sanitary Officer, for tho month
ot June, 1902.
During the month, 18 applications
for permission to build hao been re
ceived and 17 of them have been ap
proved, I have also appiovcd C per
mits applied for previous to Juno 1.
Two applications aro In the hands of
the Survey Department, and I am hold
ing two, ono until I can locate definite
ly tho lot where It Is Intended to build
and ono because of a lack of room to
build a cesspool unless tho plans of the
building aro altered.
Three builders without the necessary
permits have been notified to obtain
permits and havo dono so.
Eleven cesspools havo been located
during the month; oil outside tho sewer
Six buildings havo been moved ,or
altered during tho month so as to con
form to tho sanitary regulations of the
Hoard of Health.
I have mude 450 Inspections during
tho month, 107 of which havo been of
lots and now buildings.
Twenty-six certificates for restaurant,
hotel or lodging house licenses havi
been applied for during the month and
22 havo been Issued, 4 aro held until
sanitary improvements have been
Of tho certificates applied for pre
vious to June 1 two havo been Issued
and 7 are still held.
The number of adults which can by
law be lodged In theso buildings licens
ed Is 1132.
Two formal complaints havo been
filed nnd tho nuisances have been abat
ed. Eleven 48-hour notices havo been
served nnd In each case the nuisance
was abated without prosecution of the
Two arrests have been mado and a
conviction secured In each case. Ono
was the milkman who carried slops In
his milk wagon at tho same ttmo as his
milk. Tho other case was a man who
allowed his cesspool to overflow and
flood his yard and his neighbor's bo-
'fore ho considered that It needed pump
ing out. He was fined $5 and costs.
I Vlnoyard street Is now sewered and
six of tho most offensive and troublc
somo cesspools In tho city hae been
dono away with. Tho property own
ers subscribed sufficient money to lay
a lino of sewer In Ilucklo Lane which
parallels Vineyard street on the makni
side and this has Just been completed.
Wo aro working to get two other llnei
of sower laid and so far tho prospects
That swamp which lay between King
street and tho Oahu Hallway below and
Just Ewa of tho foot of Llllha strcot
has been filled by tho railway company
In a very satisfactory manner and one
moro of Honolulu's disease breeding
localities Is wiped out. Tho railway
company Is nlso filling other low lands
makal ot tho track.
I havo been after tho laundrymen
nlong tho Walklki road and out Here
Inula street who have been doing
their washing at their places n( busi
ness contrary to tho law which pro
hibits them Inside of the three mile
limit. There wero flvo of them nnd It
seemed that, each placn wna worse than
LaMRpjl HOTTER PLAGE
Hi-K"jB '"'"' But thcro is no such comfort
FTfs a TreaTi """"LULU "-", ,
Xdm-1 Z ELECTRIC FAN
I --THE BEST" I
insBWl m Why melt and suffocato when for
I MILWAUKEE BEER I ,15,0 lnvcsted ln an electric desk fan
The BEER of society. " 5an. hv gc,nulno ,cto1 comfort?
Bottled it the Brewery. H Think about It and telephone to us.
Frto" Mllltr Drawing Co. Milwaukee. I
mJ Hawaiian Electric Co. Ltd.
I, i.1 , ... KING 8TRBET, NEAR ALAKBA.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. tbl. ma,n 30o
King Street, near Bethel. '
the others. Two have gone to Iwllel
to tho government wash house ann
three hae built wash houses outside
the limits under our supervision.
Thrco of the Inspectors have not
been working In any particular dis
tricts but havo been on special work.
Reports of Inspectors.
Inspector J. McQueen, for District
No. 1: Orders finished, 220; old orders
finished, 203; total Inspections, 953.
Inspector A. G, Hitchcock for Dis
trict No. 2: Orders. 42; finished. 20:
old orders finished, 157; total Inspec
inspector John W. Francis for Dis
trict No. 3: Hack orders, 12; new or
ders, 403; finished, 368. Total Inspec
Inspector P. Fitzglbbons for District
No. 4; Old orders completed, 3; new
orders. 201; new orders completed. 175:
total Inspections, 1212.
E. E. Allen, Inspector for District
No. 5: Orders, 161; work finished, 152;
total Inspections. 1129.
Inspector J. Vlvtchaves for District
No. 6: Orders, 257; finished, 241; old
orders finished, 4; total Inspections, 700.
Inspector N. P. Jacobson. District No.
7: Old orders, 81; orders, 335; finished,
333. Total inspections. 1357.
Inspector T. W. Carrol, District No.
9: Old work finished, 41; new work
ordered, 497; new work finished, 485.
Total Inspections, 1181 .
Inspector -J. J. Donnelly, District No.
10: Ordered. 359; finished, 32. Total
Inspector McGrath. District No. 11:
Orders, 151; filled, 148; back orders, 12.
Total Inspections, 1147.
Inspector C. H. Kinney, District No.
12: Old orders finished, 7; new orders.
97; new finished, 93, Inspections made,
Members present were Dr. II. C.
Sloggett, president; Dr. W. L. Mooro.
Fred. C. Smith, Attorney General Dolo
and E. A. Mott-Smlth.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
600 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. The best light
known to science and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Exposition. Suit
nblo for store and halls, ana are In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
tor Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store,
Ellto Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tbo same Aro
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In y rds
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In use throughout all
For further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
The Pride of the Home
YV III 1 JL MACHINE
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho samo prtco. It Is demon strntlng Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and Inspect tho different styles.
President Lays a
Washington, July 1. "Wo hero lay
tho cornet stone of a houso to bo erect
ed under tho uamo of tho Grace Me
morial Reformed Church, and to be do
voted to the worship of Almighty God.
In tho name of tho Father and of tho
Sas. and of tho Holy Ghost. Amen."
With these words President Roose
velt thlB afternoon placed tho corner
Btono ot tho new cdlflco of the Dutch
Iteformed Church, at tho corner of Fif
teenth and O streets, with which con
gregation he Is a worshiper, Tbo Pres
ident left after the placing ot tho cor
nerstone As he stepped down from
tho platform ho cordially grasped tho
hand of tho stonemason, John V, Dun
can, who handled tho stono, and then
ln turn shook hands with tho archi
tects and contractor. The now church
will bo completed In November and
will cost $40,000.
Interested in Sale
Washington, July 1, Chairman Dal.
zell of tho special committee of tho
Houso which Investigated tlio ch'arges
In connection with tho purchase of tho
Danish West Indies today submitted
tho report of that committee. After
detailing tho charges and Bhowlng
that Christmas had repudiated tho al
leged report nn which tho charges
wero based, tho commltteo sums up
tho results ot tho Investigation as fol
lows: "That thcro Is not tho slightest scm
bianco of uldeuco that any member jf
Congress, cither directly or Indirectly,
was offered any brlbo, or was paid any
valuablo consideration of any kind or
character to voto for tho adoption or
ratification of n treaty of Balo of tho
Danish West Indian Islands to tho
Sweden is sending an expedition to
Spitsbergen to take meridian measure
ments. The party, provisioned for a
year, will leave Tromso on July 20,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
Bole Atjentw fop tlio llawallnn lalnndn.
SMELLS GOOD !
TASTES GOOD !
That Is tho vordlct when you try
Crystal Spring Butter
Good nil tho year round, too. That's one of tho great points of
Crystal Spring Butter tho best every month in tho year.
40 cents the Lb.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main 4H.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ol all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Tort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Albert V. Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
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?&3Ftra:r CaPtal 8t0Ck' loo,ooo.oo
ENERAL INSURANCE, REAL E8TATE
""1VTf ftTIHETAND FINANCIAL AQENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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