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For Gas Lamps
Tim town hns been out of calcium carbide for tome time Not oiil
now, ns we have Just recoiled a large shipment The greatest gas
bicycle lamp Is Die new
20th Century Lamp
It Is made of oxidized nickel Does not tarnish nor rust, and the
light Is the most brilliant and reliable obtainable.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
COUNCR POUT AND KING STREETS.
See the new
' Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepower. This
Is tho best lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
' Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
' Asphaltum Coating.
I Herringbone Expanded Metal
, Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
' SOLE AGENTS.
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
ROAD EMIR'S WORK
N llod. road engineer has drawn
... a,a a r, a aa a a A A A A ii uup of the town of Wnlm.-n haual.
a. . A the llrst one ever tt) be made. It be
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This lieautiiiil vveiik inntalniiig sixteen hunilriMl pages of musir e)
M-Ieeteil It) I .1 PniieievvsM wllh biographical sUcte lies of great t tun 4
posers supeih llliiKtintlons anil twentv musk lessons by file (Ireat Q
Teachers ol Ilmopr will be Hold roi a shoil time at the rate of $5.00 4)
down and $3.00 per month until paid lot The set consists of twent
volumes at $2.50 -i uliinii- WTlI be delivered on tlrst pn)tuent.
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Prof Wins Now that we have ill
us?td the entile UaUiered kingdom
1 wtsh tm voting hulks would tell UK
uhlch one of all these birds )ou ton
slder mot Important to the welfale ol
the human race?
The class (in chorus) The storl.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
COMFORTS OF HOME.
Mrs llrlght 1 don't understand
lleniv about this wireless lelcgiaph)
Ilnw would I know when I was going
to get n message; and how would I be
abb to know what It was, If I did get
It ami how would I know anything
Henry (looking nt her over bis pa
in rl (Jnotl Kord' June Smart Set
tame necessary for the piopei hand
ling of road matteis nt that place The
, . -.Ii.lcti bridge Is the longest In the
I Islands. Its length being about Sou feit,
nntl It la rniling into nee ay wiinoiii
ii'cuiih In sight for Its lebulldlug
The new Kukiilhaele road on 11a
I wall, liullt on the plan drawn by Ku
glneer Hovel, has not exceeded his es
timate In cost. It wns stionglv oppos
'I'd b the lorn! road board, who con
tended for the old rouTe under the
picclplcc. but tin- engineers plan was
adopted by the Executive Council. The
l load hoard said Bcid's scheme would
cost JIiMiDO. mid there was talk In the
llllii press about the engineers obstl
nne. As Mr lloyd hud lefused to ac
cept the old road for the (.civ eminent,
,piedictlng what actually happened
that the llrst great storm would denied
Ish It he took the adverse criticism
calmly The road that was going to
'(nit glu.nfln will not silnw a nexpendl
I tore over the estimate of $0000.
I It Is said that the discarded road wa
very convenient for tin plantation It
Chapter III of "The Opium Cache on
Maul" tells, among other things, how
Dan Cupid shot a random shaft and
wounded an amateur smuggler. Read
next Sunday's Bulletin.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pet
First quarter of tho moon on the
12th at 2 17 a. m.
Tides from the United State. Coast
and Geodetic Burvey TahleB.
The tides at Kahulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, SOm
Blower than Green wclh time, being
luat of the meridian of 157.3V. Tho
time whlstlo ..ova at l:.'iO p. m., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, un 0m.
WVather Ilureaii I'uuahou. July 11.
Temepratuie Morning minimum,
74 Mlddu) maximum. S".
Il.iromrter nt a m. 30 01. Rising.
Dew Point (,XP
Humidity at nam r,3 per tent
Diamond Head Signal Station. Jul
11 Weather cloudy, wind light XB.
Ilniktntlnt Coronado off Koko Head
rrldiiy. Inly 11
Am bk. Kalul.ini, Uriflltbs. 13 days
from San Francisco, at 9 a m.. with
Ji.ou tonse of Koucral men lumdlse.
Sir. Xoeaii, ivdcrson. from Kukul
haele. at I 05 a. 111., with l.",i9 bags ol
sugar, 2J!) b.ig coffee and sundiles.
TJiuiselav. July 10
Am. si hr Julia K. Whnlen, Rose hill,
for Mart us Island, 2 3d p m.
Am bk (k-rard C Tobey. (love, for
Sun nniiclsto. nt ". p in., with sugar.
' Str. Mlknhala, (iregory for Kauai
I ports, nt .". p. m.
Str. Maul, Dennett, for Mnhukona, at
j p. in.
1'ilday Jul 11.
Am. si hi Alice Cook. ! nhiillow. for
I the Sound In ballast.
I SAIMXO TODAY.
Str Kejiihou. Mustier, for Molokai
with nieiuheis of llo.ud of lle.ilth, at
9 p in.
Notwithstanding the excellence of American printed and wash
able drass goods as stated In our recent advertisement of an "Amer
ican Sale we stilt have to go to Europo for certain fine fabrics, such
as Kmbroliiered Ettemlnes and Swisses, which are worked out In ex
quisite designs and color combinations and largely tako tho place of
silks for summer and evening wear.
This week we offer ONE HUNDRESS DRESS PATTERNS, no
two alike of these fashionable goods, at Special Sale. Tho reduction
Is libera' as shown by prices quoted:
. . . .$ 6.50
65 Queen St. (
$18.00 Embroidered Ettemtnes and Swsls Dress Patterns
$16.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns
$15.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns
$12.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swts. Dress Pattern.
$10 00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and 8wls Dress Patterns
$ 8.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns
$ 6.00 Embroidered Ettemtnes and Swiss Dress Patterns
This sale will close Saturday Evening, July 12,
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Replete with stories of the most thrilling and interesting nature.
Articles that educate and keep the reader abreast ot the
times. All the LATEST NEWS of the day.
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Our Soda Waters
are ov-ryvvhere conceded to be
the huh st cpiallt We sell
35s THE DOZEN.
Delivery Iree anywhere In tho
city All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA YATER WORKS
WILL TAKE ACTION
(Continued from l'nge 1 )
Sunday J Bulletin
AMONG MANY OF THE BIG FEATURES WILL BE THE FOLLOWING :
! The Quest
How a Boston Girl's exquisite
French Trousseau was saved
from going to waste
By EDYTHE LEWIS SCHMITT, one ol the well known writers for "Smart Set"
The Pineapple-Powerful and Health-Giving Properties of the Fresh Fruit
How a Husband and Wife Managed To Regulate the Clock
Second Hand Sale of Elegant Hoodoo Gowns
How the Shah of Persia Eats Asparagus
Baliko-Baliki Is the Latest Game
The Knave That Took the Queen
A Deadly Blow At Ping-Pong
Experience of a Health Officer
Money Loss In Unburned Smoke
Over Education of Young America
How Character Is Shown By Laughter
Legal Decision On the Use of Telephones
The Young Lady Who Tied Her Shoe To That of a Stranger
Artist Henry Leonard Tails How He Secured Exclusive Snapshots of Mount
Soufriere, on the Island of St. Vincent, While It Was
In Active Operation
o Darwin's Theory of Coral Reefs
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One of the smugglers meet,
his fate In a pretty face and
a pair ol brown eyes while
A tun tin pj and snores
legular ballots, we hope to he able to
win the lli;ht by those means although
we expect that any saloon man who
wishes to establish a saloon there could
e-asllj bribe the more eciriupt element
amoiiK the residents, or een brine;
people fiom the outside dlitrlcts to oti
In faor of the c-i-tabllshment of the
saloon In thd districts.
"The reason we will he maklnc this
determined llfihl Is because we realize
the fait that liquor Is plalni; sad huoj
especially amonK the natlu' population.
The llawallans are easily led to In-
tempeiute habits and whatever cilnm
there Is committed by them, as well
as In ull other countries. Is in n larue
measuie due to liquor We Intend to
do what we can to prevent the llawa
llans from ill Inking uml this is one ol
At piescnt we nre wnltlnR until we
have definite!) ascertained that thy
saloon limits are to be extended beforv
wo take an action.
"This will aecordlni; to the stnto
menl of Treasurer TT light, mean that
somethiiii! like five to Unlit full li
censed silicons will be established and
we wITl tiv to picvent this. Tv'ien the
time com' s tu act the iidvlbtii council,
consisting or Itev. V. 1) West en el t,
Tlico lilt hauls. Itev .Mi I'enrhon. W.
A Ilowen and W. II Hlec will declilu
upon deilultc plans lor tne campaign.
"This will be clone by tne advisory
(.oundl and not b the executive com
mittee, as this last foody consists of
about twenty-four members whom" It
would be difficult to bring together to
a meeting without a long notice."
on Russian Warship
London, June 23. A dispatch to tho
Graphic from Sevastopol savs It Is ic
ported at the Iilaek Sea naval head
quarters thcro that some of the sea
men and gunners on the gunboat Teretz
have mutinied and murdered seveial ot
their olllcers. The report Is not jtt
confirmed The Teretz is a vessel ot
1000 tons burden and tarries a company
of 200 men.
"I'm so sorry I was not at homo
when jou called jesterday," gUBhed
Mrs. Hlpperkrlt, who, to tell the tiuth,
was at home.
"1 was so afraid you would be," re
plied Mrs Crusher, who had seen Mrs.
Hlpperkrlt .through tho widow n. Co
lumbus (Ohio) State Journal.
WashloK'i lone 27 A caucus of
the Demoi rati members of the Ilouso
held toila- ado i'ed the following rcso-.
"ItesoK -d F'ist that we condemn
the Ilepti'iiliin mijorltv In Congress
for their failure to pass a measure pro-l
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.llllii 1 . I'll'. t.b .,. ,LI.I... V ..,.
which p.ii-.e.l the House of Represen
tatives wn heart!) supported bj tho
Democratic mlnorltv after the protec
tion to the sugar trust had been re
moved by a solid vote, aided by a
small mlnorl'.v of the Republican mem
bers. Ai it pushed the House the bill
carried relief to Cuba, reduced tho price
of sugar to American consumers and
struck n heavj blow at the notorious
and obnovloiis trust. The refusal of
the KopiiulUin Senators to consider
this measure unless the piotectlon to
the sugar trim ahouM lie restored gives
evidence tlut the Piosldcnt and Re
publican pirfv lu Congress are willing
to refuse relief to Cuba and totally
Ignore Atnerl-an consumers rather than
abandon the!- alliance with the trusts i
The failure of all reciprocity legislation
with Cuba reU upon the Republican I
ndmlnlBtrjrnn which Is willing to re
duce the dutv on the raw pioduct ol
our produi eri but unwilling to destroj
the siutnr mononolj
"Setonil Tlu' the Republican ma
Jtnlty in Cinsress Is dominated and
contiolled the ti lists and monopolies
which have the- Industries of oui coun
tiy In the!'- grasp. Is shown by Its ac
tion In pacing an anti-trust bill
through the House of Representatives
of the FUt -seventh Congress In tho
closing hoi.rs of the session, the Sen
ate refusing to consider the same, as
it subterfuge to tide over the election
of I'JOO That bill has been abandoned,
and they have ever since lefused and
do now refuse and fall to bring In any
measure to suppress the tt lists or to
favorably report au of the numerous
anti-trust bills Intioduced h tho Dem
on ntle members during this Congress.
Third That we favor the passage of
a measure to amend the present anti
trust law so as to more fully protect
trade and 'Omuierce ngulnst unlawful
lcBtialnts and monopolies, and also a
measuie to reduce the duties on all ar
ticles ami ' -m.modliles manufactured
and controlled m pioduced In tho V'nlt
ed States li a mist oi trusts, so us to
destroy sin h Ulegut combinations and
to i educe the rate of duty on any arti
cle or comnioalt manufactured In tho
I'nlted Statet and sold In a foreign
eounti more hapl than In the Unit
c d States
'Tourth W" oppose the adjourn
ment of Con-jress until the measures
mentioned have been enacted Into law."
Appeals for Food
Rochester. June 21. I-ast Sunday the
Rev George K. Dryer, pastor of the
West Avenue Methodist church. In an
Impassioned address to his congrega
tion, Implored them to pay him an In
stalment on his salary, asserting that
the day befoic his family had but one
meal, and that the same thing was true
of three pieccdlng days.
He snld that they wi c practically
starving and that something would
have to be done to relieve them or they
would have to beg. lu response to the
appeal a small sum was raised.
West Avenue Methodist church Is
situated In a populous section of the
West End and when completed will bo
an Imposing cdlflce. The congregation
has been In financial troubles and had
to stop building. The Rev. Mr. Drcr
said he had received only $380 slnco
last October and had spent practically
all of that for rent.
On MONDAY, JULY 14',
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of MR. STERN, 271
Vineyard 8treet, next to "Knglestdc.
MMir 1-mti., utri.i't I will sell nt Pub
lic Auction the entire household fur
niture, consisting of beautiful uphol
nered parlor furniture, very largo
handsome mirror,' gilt chairs, rugs,
curtains, black walnut beds, bureaus
and vvashstands, Iron Ticus, black wal
nut ro"kcrs and chairs, folding screens,
largo black walnut extension table,
lendsome black walnut sideboard.
i.ulr wrlllntr ileftk. new box couch, oak
chiffonier, dressing mirror, crockery.
glassware, wood stove, tec uo, meat
safe, veranda chalis, flower vases,
ferns and plants.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
"11 lie letulved at tho office of the
Superintendent of Public Woiks till
12 n't lor K noon of Wednesday, Jul .!.'!,
1 .111'.' iitp flllll tntia nf pn.tl tfi 1m ll r. 1 1
id ed-at the Id ictnula I'limpliig Station
ot the Watt i WnrhB.
Spec illc ntlcnis at the office of the
Siiptcilntcndi'iit of Water Winks
The Supeilntendeut does not bind
himself to accept the lowest 01 nil
(Signed) JAS H. IIOYD,
Supeiiiiti uilciit of Public Works.
Honolulu July 0, TJHJ 21U5 3t
By the Chinese
Peking. Juno 23. Dr. Wright of the
Methodist mission at Chentu. capital
of the Province of Szochuen, telegraphs
that the chapel thctc has been burned
and ten converts murdered. Mr. Con
ger, the American Minister, has in
structed Dr. Wright to secure the safety
of the missionaries, ami has presented
the case to the Foreign Hoard, which
denies Dr. Wright's statements.
The Throne has presented to Prince
Clilng a collection of Chinese literature
similar to that given to Columbia Uni
versity of New York. This Is a high
Chapter III of "The Opium Cache on
Maul" tells, among other things, liow
Dan Cupid shot a random shaft and
wounaed an amateur smuggler. Read
next Sunday'c Bulletin.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, a full blood",
ed Holsteln cow and a half Jersey and
half Durham cow, both In good health.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.23 per year.
Edythe Lewis Schmltt, one of the
well known writers for "The Smart
Set," has contributed a very Interest
ing story to next Sunday's Bulletin.
Be sure to read It.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
T h e Dr. '. Aldcn Eleftnc "Belt'
(with sus- yf pensory !s guaranteed
to possess 'Sfr all the tiiratlve proper
ties of the cpfii.ive belts now sold by
doctors and d'ugft s It gives a very
tlcing lUrrent of electricity and lseaily
rejulated. Benin J ti supersede others. Cm
be had from the undersigned only; no
icents; no discount. Circular free. Address
Pierce EU-elrlc Co , 206 Post St., Sin
rr.ir.tlico Sent free to Hawaii (or 65.00
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON'.
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at PUBLIC AUC-
by order of tho heirs ot J. C. Strow,
deceased, that certain tract of land sit'
tinted at Laupahoehoc, Island of Ha
wail, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
with all of tho Improvements thereon,
Improvements consist of dwelling
nouse of five 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, In good condition
ami well cultivated. Laud adjoins
that of n, W. Barnard.
Upset pi Ice $1000. Terms, cash, U,
S. gold coin. Deed and oxpenso cf
transfer to be at cost of purchaser. 1 111
medlato possession given. Tor further
Information, address V.. W. Barnard
Laupahochoe. Hawaii, or Hussell k
Watson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MORGAN,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
12 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Teleohone Main 294.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort anil Queen Streots. Honolulu
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Bcretanla street, adjoin
ing resldcnco of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
fict on Beretanla utrect, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one half casTi, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
fropcrty ban a frontago on Klnau St.
if IIS feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen. Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, ono half cash; balance on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo'
has a right of way entrance to Bere-y
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
ICC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy" dwelling on tho lot. Prlca
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QoeM St