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nvnnxonuLt,ETm, Honolulu, it. t., "Monday, jucy if, 1902
For Gas Lamps
Tlio town lias been out of call mm
now, nn wo have just received .1 large shipment. The greatcBt gas
bleyclo lamp Is (lie new
20th Century Lamp
It Is made of oxidized nickel Does not tarnish nor rut, and the
light Is the most brilliant anil reliable obtainable.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
CORNER PORT AND KING 6TREHT8.
"iu..uii yv-u die reuay, Grialey, you may lire"
When the Admiral's hair waa in
danger, he was prcrpl to use
h'o writjp as follows concerning
It- "I have ueei COKE DA'::?U"?
CUBE for the pas'- year and f:und
It, an excsllent jrparalioT "
It. 13 rjarsn'-sci ti c-: 0
Dandruff. I':hirg S:a'p.
Falling Ha.r, a-"i ' : pr-note a
vlgoroun. h'.all;.- growih
iTiUHlons arc pl:-.Mfjl t t,
the genuine- s: d e.etywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet soap. Gl::s the hair and ekin the gloss
ani glow of youth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremer Co. Chicago.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY. FORT AND KING STREETS.
HIS WAY AND HER WAY.
He had Just paid $1" for his Panama.
Me stepped out of the Chestnut street
itore where ho had laid down the ma
Jit part of a lllty. mid 11111 Into a friend.
"Hello, old chap." he said. "Just
been holding up the fellow In there
lor a part of his profits. Just bought
a Panama. (Jot It dirt cheap, too. On
ly four $10 bills."
Then he twirls it on his hand and
bats it once or twice as If it iTIdu't
amount to wry much unIiov.
That's the way a man likes to Im
press his friends with his ideas of
money and prices.
From n shop a little farther down tho
street, n woman steps out and meets
n friend. She gives a Utile gurgle of
"Oh. my dear." she says. "I've Just
been billing a new hat. It's Just tho
sweetest thing, the fctiiimlngest ever;
so utterly exquisite. It cost an awful
lot of money, a perfectly horrible price.
Just think! I paid f-o-r-t-y dollars for
At any rate, she'll' make the prlco
high enough for a leal thrilling stngo
And that's the way a woman likes to
Impress her friends with the reckless
way in which she spends money for
hats and gowns.
In the early dajs of his journalist ic
career the late Fiank It. Stockton wni
standing with a gioup of newspaper
jnen. listening to the eloquence of oju
of their number, who, on the stiengtli Company. Limited, to discuss tho gen
of sonio small authority, was gllnrf ernl business affairs of the company Is
his views on "higher Journalism" In 1 hereby called for
pompous and bombastic manner. Tunno.u . . .- ...
At the close of a sonorous period ho THURSDAY, July 17, 1902,
paused for breai"-, when Stockton, nt 4-20 o'clock p. m.. to be held at the
speaking for the flint time, ventuted offices of Thompson & Fleming, King
mildly to disagree with the opinion ex- land IJethel streets.
"Who nre you to dispute me?" blazed
the great man. "Why, you uie only a
"Not even that," responded Stockton,
meekly. "I'm only a coupe."
Algernon Sartorls, a grandson ol
General U. S. Grant, Is to enter the
nrmy. Young Sartorls is 23 years old,
a line, strapping, athletic fellow. He is
ambitious to serve lu the foreign
branch of the
1 nrmy. He was educated
Jniverslty. During tho
nt fWfnril ITnl
Snanlsh war he served on tho staff of 1
General Fltzhugh Lee as a captain of
Professor Uplines, tho sculptor who Is
to executo the statue of Fiederick tho
Great, which Emperor William will
present to this country, will nut begin
work on It until August.
Charles V. Formes, President of the
Hoard of Aldermen, New York, will be
acting Mayor of the city this summer
when Mayor Low takes Ills vacation.
Grown Bridge Work a Specialty
carbide for homo time Not otil
ineffectual. Be ojre you get
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
I'nder nnd by lrtue of n certain ex
ii'iitlon Issued by l.yle A. Dickey, Sec
ond District Magistrate of HonoKilti,
Island of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
on the Sth day of July. A. D. 1902, In
the matter of T. II. Davles and Com
pany. Limited, vs. Nahabajashl, 1
.iau, on thlr 11th day of Juiy, A. u.
1902. levied upon and shall expose mr
sale and sell lit public auction, to 'he
highest bidder, at the Police Static 11
Kulakaun Hale, in said Honolulu, at
12 o'clock noon of Friday, tho 13th
day of August, A. I). 1902. all the
tight, title and Interest of said Nu'.ci
liayashl In and to the following do
scilbcd personal property, unless the
Judgment nnd cost of execution
amounting to eighty-eight nnd 10-100
dollars, Interest, costs and my ex
penses nre previously paid:
(ieneial merchandise consisting ol
canned goods, lints, shoes, wearing an
parel. crockery, cutlery, etc., etc.; nb.ci
counter scalo and show case.
See "Inventory" ot said property nt
CIIAS. F. CHII.LINOWORTH.
Deputy Sheriff. Ter. of Hawaii.
2197 July 14. 22, 31; Aug. 7. 14.
Special Stockholders' Meeting,
A special meeting of the stockhoM-
ers of the Robert Gileve Publishing
FRANK K. THOMPSON.
EDWIN S. GILL. President.
Soci clary. 2197-.
Honolulu, July 14, 1902.
Honolulu, July 14, 1902.
Ccitlflcatos of Awards mado by 'he
File Claims Commission for losses lu
t'',rrei1 ln ,ho B"P"re1on r Bulioulc
,IaBUe ln 1SS9 nnu ls0 w'" be rf"llV
for distribution to Attorneys of Retold
,at tno offlce of th Commission at the
Executlvo building, on Tuesday, July
15, 1902, nt 9 o'clock n. m.
Ily order of tho Commission.
J. M. RIGGS,
Cfcrk FIro Claims Commission
F. W. MACFARLANE, chairman.
A live whale, 60 feet long, has been
driven ashore at Juan les Pins, near
Antlbes, an unprecedented occurrence
lu that part of the Mediterranean coast.
WHIT I i
l Per fttjlli) '
II I I SI T I
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
ICO to COO cnndlcpower. This
Is the best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Orades C. D. nnd
natural In lots to suit.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
FROM THE BOOK OF LOVE.
The sun shines not so brightly any
As on the rnillant nimbus of jourhalr;
Each golden thread becomes a living
To burn upon the altar of my praaer.
t)h, I hnvo chosen you. my loe! my
1'rom all the wuild; for ou 1 laugh
(live me tho dewy rose-leaves of
O blu-isom sweeter than the breath of
M. love, the breathing marvel of our
Like throbbing rose-leaes nnd ns dewy
And pure of touch! And this palo
flower Is dust
Sweet dust that holds your spirit lu lls,gers,
Your warm, soft eyes arc deeper than
In their rapt vision burns the mrminry
Of untold eons that your soul has
011r prisoned soul of flame and wiz
ardry. Your dear white feet nro moistened
with my tears.
On. what rose-shrouded thoius, what
Lurk for their toilsome passing in
long the tragic pathway of the
Elsa Darker, In Juno Smart Set.
A woman In Siimmcrvllle who was
the, possessor of a Military pletn of sta-
tuaiy was one evening giving a party
Shoitly befoie tho guests arrived she
looked thiough tho rooms to see that
everything was In order. Missing the
Venus from Its aieustomed place
"Lee," sho asked tho old butler,
"where's my piece of statuary?"
"Miss Weeny, you mean, ma'am?"
nns woi ed Lee. looking obstinate.
"Yes, the Venus. Where Is It?"
"Well, Miss .Marglt, ma'am, I Jes
thought us gemmens was expelled dls
ccnln' I'd liette"r set Miss Weeny under
the stnliB." June Llpplmott.
"Has cither of you ever been mnirled
before?" asked the license clerk as tho
leading man and the ingenue appeared
nt the window.
"I've been married three times," said
the gentleman, lllrdie, how many I line J
have you "
"Dear me! How awkward," she ex
claimed. "I counted them this morn
ing and had a list, but hut I must have
left it at the hotel. I'm so foigctful."
M. Waldeck-Rousseau. the foimer
Flench Pieiuler, 11111I his funiily, who
are on their way for 11 vacation to tho
10.1st of Norway, hae stopped for 11
few days at Hamburg, wheie M. Wul
deck-Rousseau is examining the huibor
and shipyards. The former French
Premier has accepted an Imitation to
hunt with King Oscar of Sweden.
Queen Wllhelmlna, when In health
Insists on knowing tho contents ui
every document bIio signs. In case of
doubt sho summons nn expert to ex
plain the matter to her. Heicln slid
follows tho example of Queen Victoria,
who always acted on this principle,
though tho had to sign 1111 neiage of
two hundred documents a day.
Mrs. J. G. .McLaughlin of Seattle, lias
made a fortune In teal estate the past
few years. She bus also added to her
regular Income by making maps of tho
Klondike, which she has sold to rail
road and steamship companies.
Paul Llndau declares In a recent
magazine article that tho deepest Im
pression ho had ever received on hli
travels In the new or the old world
was given by the Grand Canyon of the
Colorado River, In Arizona
Modern High-class Dentistry
(WTEk 1ASTILL Cj I'. M.
OfFlCEHOCBs - iUMlAlt HtL la M.
At Low Prices. All Work Guaranteed
Our rrlces are as low a the lowest.
w r alun
F L. rtkt.USON
D. t). S.
3IK Hcitol HI., pp. Union
P.O UoxttO. HosoiXlU, T.ll
d un 2
p m. II
a tn a. m a.
Monday ., .,
8 6 is 1 8 6 OS 0 ti 11 3 I I
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9 6 si I 6 7 001 1 oa la as
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9 18. .a 8 )8 96 a j8
0 !(!'! 9 1 ) ! 4 V I
11 18 1 s,lo as, s SO, 6 00'
la la 16 it )o 4 41 t IS
First quarter of tho moon on
12th nt 2:17 a. 111.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulnl nnd Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho-1
Hawaiian Standard Time is lOh 50m
slower than Orecn w-clh time, being ,
mat of tho meridian of 157.3U. The 1
time whistle ..ows at l:.ii p. m whlcn
Is tho samo as Greenwich, 01 Om.
Weather llureau. Punahou, July 14.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72: Midday maximum, SI.
Hnromctcr nt '." a. in. 29.90. Irregular
Dew Point CM'.
Humidity nt !' n. m. 73 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
II. Weather hnz ; wind fiesh NE.
Saturday, July 12
Str. Klnau, Freeman, fiom llllo and
Sir. Kenuhou, Peili-rson. with Hoard
of Health, from Knlaupapa, at 11 30
Sunday. July 13.
Str. W. O. Hall, at .I". 11. m.. from
Nnwlllwlli. with freight and pjssen-
Schr. Mol Wnhlnc. fiom Kohalalele,
with sugar to Am. bk. S. C. Allen.
Str. Claudlne. from Maul ports, at
5 a. m., with freight and paswngeis.
Sir. Klnau, fiom Kahulnl, at 2 IV
p. m . I
Monday, July 14.
Am. sp. Tlllle E. Starbiuk, Curtis,
11 days from San Francisco.
Saturday, July 12.
S. S. American, for Kahulnl. Illlo
nnd New York.
Nor. bk. llnrossn, Eenson. In ballast
Str. Kauai, llruhn. for Punaluu.
Str. Klnau, Fieeman, for Kahulnl. at
5 p. m.
Sunday. Julv 11. 1
Am. schr. Wm. F. Garms, R. Pctter
son, for Pugct sound.
Str. Klnau, Fieeman. for Illlo and
way ports, nt 12 m.
Str. Claudlne. Parker, foi Maul ports,
lit , p. in.
Str. Li-bun, Napala. for Molokal ports,
Pt ,r p. in.
Str. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Nn
w III will, nleele and Hanapepe, at ." p.
Am. Iik. S. C. Allen. Johnson, for
S?an Francisco, nbout 3 p. m.
Str. Noenu. Pedcrsen. for Uihalna.
Kaanapall, Honoknn. and Kukiilhaele,
nt 5 p. m.
Str." Kenuhou, Jlosher. for Kapan,
Annliola, Kllauca, Kallhlwal and liana
el, nt 5 p. in .
Fiom Maul ports, per str. Claudlne.
July 13 Mrs. W. W. Goodale. Geo.
lions. Miss N. J. Adams, Miss F. Hush,
C. L. Clement. Leslie Scott. C. Chris
topherson, the Misses M. and E. Chrls
topheison. C. T. Day, M. O. Day. F
Samuels, F. Ilrcwer. C. Miyamoto, W.
S. Akunn. Miss L. Cook. Miss M. R
Forbes, 1). W. Keluokamokit. wife and
daughter, Wong Ting. D. Green, J. L.
Sllvn. llro. Williams. Pro. Robert. Fa
ther Julian, Res. Mr. Nalole. Ilro. Mol
lis, lit o. Flunk, llro, Eugene, Dro.
Charles, Ilio. W. 11. Elkln. .1. A. Iloot
lleld, J. F. Sylsla, Ilathu Kanuknuiie.
wife, dilld mid servnnt. Rev. S. L.
Desha. It. O Searlo Jr.. Misses H. and
N. RlcharcUon, Miss L. Aulil, I). K.
Hoaplll and wife. E. Kruse, It, A.
Woodwind, A. C. Dowsett and ul deck
Fiom Kauai ports, per str. W. G.
Hall, July 13 Miss I.ncy Poaha, Mr.
F. J. Hills, Mrs. P. A. Toeph. II. C.
Halvorsen, wife and two children, Mrs.
M. Rodilgues, Mrs. Kauklul and two
chlldien. F. C. Dasles, C. 11. llofgaard.
A. Arendt. Wm. Sheldon, Miss Molllo
Alolan, M. Coulson, C. Jardln, Kazlta,
Moramolo, Mrs. Murakami, Chu Yeuii,
Mis. Tuurmllo, K. Kawamoto, N. Ka
te), W. Samomuya, I). K, Egiicht, F.
Rutsch, I). Kaapa, Wm. Garcia and 102
Japanese cooks nre tho most cruel
in tho world. They cut every atom ot
fiesh of! a living fish piecemeal, with
out llrst causing death.
Korea, on the other side of tho world,
Is rejoicing user the blossoming of fruit
trees recently Imported from un Ameri
It Is estimated that Canadian forests
will furnish wood for tho pulp Industry
for 840 years.
NEW - TO-DAY
Tho postponed annual meeting of
tho Hiilletln Publishing Co., LIU, will
bo held In the office nf tlic company at
4 o'clock p. m Wednesday, July IB.
W. R. FARRINOTON,
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD,
A wide range of patterns, styles
the latest, colors fast, work
manship correct, all sires.
CHOICE SELECTION OF
WINES AND LIQUORS
Quality Is always tho first consideration In buying your wine
and liquor supply: price comes next. The following named
brands nre uulveroally known ns being THE BEST ln the market,
and our prices are as low- as possible, to suit tho times. Family
trade Is solicited and all orders receive prompt attention.
Jas, E, Pepper Whiskey ; A. A. Jesse Moore Whiskey ; Gutters'
Whiskey ; Giukenhelmer Rye ; Manilla "Anchor Brand" Beer ;
Battlett Water, and all the Finest Wines,
LOVEJOY & CO.,
3 Cor. Nuuanu and Alerchunt
For Wont Column See Page Six
FOR SALE $2500. house and lot near
town, 1-3 cash Honolulu Hotel,
FOR RENT Large front bedroom
with 2 parlors and l.ltchcu; furnish
ed complete $10, also back room, $H
S3 N. Vineyard St 2197-2W
rs'O. 1. RICE STRAW
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE No, 1
lice straw for hale or will exchange
for stnblc manure Enquire Qoung
Sing Luy or at plantation Mollllll.
NEW - TO-DAY
Theio will li a spclal meeting of
Pacific Rebekah Lodge. No. 1. I. O. O.
!.. nt Harmony Hall tomonow (Tues
day) arternoon at 4 30 o'clock, llusi
nesH of Importance to be transacted.
ALICE NtCHOLSEN. N. O.
S. L. WILLIAMS. Secretary.
NOTIC OF DISSOLUTION.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Robert I.alng and J. F. de
Sllvn, conducting the Kohala saloon,
at Kohala, Hawaii, under the firm
nnmo of Lning and Silva. was dissolv
ed by mutual consehl on July 1st, 1901,
Robert Lalng assuming all liabilities.
JOHN F. de SILVA.
2197 July 14 21. 2S. Aug. 4.
I A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of tho Inter Island Steam Naslgi
.lion Company. Limited will bo held at
'tho oltlco of the company, Queen
I street, Honolulu, on Monday. July 2Sth,
! 1902, at 10 o'clock n. m.. for the pur
I pose of electing a President In placo -f
J. Ena Esq., resigned and to transact
such other buslnss as may be brought
before tho meeting
C H. CLAPP.
Honolulu, July 14 1502. 2197
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY GLUb.
There will be a special meeting of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club at tho Ha
waiian Hotel thl.s evening at 7:30
o'clock to mako arrangements for races
to bo held during Merchants' Vu
week. W. H CORNWELL.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
The sectional bookcase has ev
erywhere taken the place of the
old-style cases, so In buying the
only question lu the mind of the
buyer Is which of the different
makes to select.
This Is Important, too. as all
sectional bookcases are not good
and some hao very weak points.
The "Gunn" system Is recog
nized as the highest standard,
and we are willing to explain tho
winning points nt any time, to
will be pleased to see you nt our
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
If VERSIFIED INDUSTRIE:
I II III A in l ' i
Almn.t vrra IrMfiM frmt
pj end vegefabe ctemptwft
xona rvpcof coarres con
-o vtAr fount. jv.
TWCLVC iNTtntbTtN ISUMBtRJ fOR
Our Soda Waters
are everywhere conceded to be
tho highest quality. We sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywhere lu tho
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
The Evenfng Bulletin, 75 cents per
ft 1 1 1 1
65 Queen St.
On Tuesday, July 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street. 1
will sell at Public Auction a very large
quantity of tho following goods: New
Matting, Heels, llitrcnus, Wnshstnnds,
Library Tables, Center Tables, Sofas.
Rockers, Chairs, Picture Frames, Chlf
f o n I o r o s. Upholstered Furniture,
Lounges, Largo Handsome Mirrors,
Cnmphorwood Trunks, Meat Safe,
Wood Stove', Sewing Machines, Hats,
Dress Goods, Chemises, Skirts, Stat
ties. Rugs, Groceries, Jellies, and a
stock of Japanese goods.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Ily order of Mr. II. A. Iscnbcrg, Act
ing Gorman Consul, I will sell at Pub
lic Auction on ,
Tuesday, July 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
A my salesroom, 03 Queen street, all
of the personal effects of L. TOEN
NIES, deceased, consisting of Gold
Watch, Spectacles, Trunk, Chair and
n complete stock of Shoemaker's
Tools, nearly new, together with con
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Dy order of Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Mex
ican Consul, I will sell at Public Auc
Tuesday, July I5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, all
of tho personal effects of FRANK MO
RENO, deceased, consisting of Red
Pillows, Blankets, Mattress, Lamps,
Net. llureau, Rocker, Trunk, Wearing
Apparel, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Wednesday, July 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho warehouse of tho Union Feed
Co., Queen street, near Fort, I will sell
at Public Auction, tho balance of the
groceries of tho Washington Mercan
tile Co., consisting of Spices in glass,
Raking Powdor, Flavoring Extiacts,
llilhach, Canned Fruit, Stovo Polish,
Jams, Jellies, Deviled Ham, Chicken,
nnd Turkey, Roast Reef, Corned Reef.
Vienna Sausago, Rrawn, and a largo
quantity of other groceries. Theso
goods aro In many Instances not nam
nged In tho least, and thoso fulling to
nttend the sale will lose many splendid
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St