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For Gas Lamps
The town ling boon out of calcium
now, as wo have Just received a largo shipment. The greatest gas
Mcyclo lamp Is (lie 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;
CORNER l:OUT AND KING 8TIJEHT8.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT NO.
27, BLOCK "B," HILO, HAWAII.
On Thursday. August I lib. 1902. at
12 o'clock noon, at the lioiit elitrunro
tit the Executive building, will be Bull
l Public Auction, the lease of Govern
ment UitWo. 27, Mock II. llllo. Ilawnu
Term 50 years.
Unset Uentul $2t".U per milium
jnynble qunrteily in advance.
This sale Is upon the conditions pr.i
tided for In Sections 2 and I, of Act i
tit the Laws of IS'.';, viz:
Section 2. Every such lent-e Bha-I
lontnln n covenant on the pail of tl-e
Jusco that he sluilt during the llrti
Jnur years of the ''m .of the lcnn
cause to be erected upon the lens-l
j-roperty a flrepioof building of brlcli,
stone oi metal. In a workmanlike r.uti
ner. sttlsfaclory to the Superintendent
of Public Woiks nt not less than n
stated cost and shall keep the si
suitably Insured nt not less than two
thirds of Its value, for the benefit ot
tho lessor: and shall keep such bull I
Ji.g In (food repair during the n-mal.i
tier or the term of the lense. reasonable
uje and wear thereof only excepted,
tl.d In case of damage oi destruction
of such Tmlldlng. by fire snail milk"
pxd such loss or damage by the nec
essary repairs or reconstruction, oi
tltc surrender the Insurance to th
Section I. Every such lease sln'.l
ifo contain u covenant on the part i f
tie lessor that upon the request In
writing of the lessee or his representa
tives, before the expiration of tnrt
term thereof, the premises, with tin)
jmproiemcnts shall, IT all the coni'J
tlonR to be pel formed by the lence
have been satisfactorily performed, l
vul up at auction for a lease for n term
,f not over twenty years, unless said
premises shall be required for public
ofes, of which the lessee shall recelm
at least one year's notice. Such auff.
t!cn sale shall be held not more thru
fix months nor less thau one month
liclorc the expiration of such term.
The cost of the building to bo erect.
rJ In accordance with Section 2, nfont
i:cntloned, to cost not less than $2
The material to be used for the ere?,
lion of said building to be of brick,
stone or metal.
Maps of fills lot can be seen nt tho
office of K. B. Rlchnrds. llllo. Hawaii,
and at the oil Ice of tho Superintendent
of Public Works.
JAMES II. 110 YD,
Superintendent of. Public Work
Department of Public Woiks. July
Hth. 1302. 219S-3t
Honolulu. July U 11)02.
Certificates of Awards made by !ho
FTre Claims Commission for losses In
etirred In the suppression of Iluboi.ie
Plague In 1893 and 19W1 will be ready
for distribution to Attorneys of Itecoid.
at the office of the Commission nt tin
Executive building, on Tuesday, July
15, 1302. at 0 o'clock a. in.
Dy order of tho Commission.
J. M. ltlGGS,
Cfcrk Klre Claims Commission.
K. W. MACFARLANE, chairman.
Block the Canal
Paris, July 3. The officers of tin
Panama Canal Company are straining
every point to bilng sufficient press'i.'e
to bear on Colombia to secure tltlo to
the property and grant the United
States a strip of land on each stile nf
tho canal, fearing that tho sale of tho
project to tho United States mny fall
through. It Is statvd on reliable au
tborlty that the greatest apprehension
exists among tho directors of (lie
French company, who havo more rca
ron than ever to bellevo that Colombia
will tako advantage of tho present con
ditions to mako excessive nnd luipns
Grown Bridge Work a Specially
carbide for sonic time. Not out
REFORMERS ARE FIRM
AND WILL NOT BUDQE
Group3 of Men on Street Ccrners
Discuss Present Situation
"A'int That a !ba e,"
The political situation today so fai
US the Hul Kuokoa Is concerned Is
practically the same as it has li :
since Monday night. The young ne-n
are more determined than over .ml
they ate working with u will thru ijh
The member of the new pa rty aio
now taking the stand-that they will ie
celu advances Irom the Home Hub
party Just as they are receiving ad
vances fiom other parties, but tie v
want the "old men" to understand
once for nil that It Is not as It used lo
be. They are uaw standing on thc.r
own ground as members of n separ.ite
parly, and no advances looking toward
a reconciliation will be entertained. II
It Is anything for the good of the pej
pie. ns a whole, well and good.
It Is expected that the big mass
meeting of the Hul Kuokoa to make
known to the voters of this Island whit
It Is the intention or the party to do.
will be held on the night of the 2ltli
Insl. The speakers will not be confin
ed to members of tho Hul Kuokoa.
Men from other parties will be asked
The committee on organization
Just now working on the constitution
nnd by-laws of the party which Is to
bo submitted to the convention to ho
held In this city something over rlvo
. The committee Is also working up
the precinct club organization matter
nnd Is puslfTng this along for all thero
Is In It. If the work goes on at its
, present rale, three weeks hence will
seo n completion of tho work nnd t'je
entire solidification of tho new parly
the Islands over.
I Prince Cupid was not In town today
but the men nearest to him say that
they are still determined to send mm
to Congress. They hnve received id-
ivnnces which, If given In good faith.
I would seem lo make of the Trlrup a
man certain of victory In the fall cam
paign. I Thero Is no question whatever that
politics are becoming rather warm just
now. From tho appearance of tha
ttreot corners In the busiest part nf
the city today. It would seem us If
there was being a great dual of "foil
ing" Indulged In.
Outside nf J. O. Carter's office at 3
o'clock today, Delegate Itobert Wllco
nnd Kdgar CayplcBS were observed In
'deep discussion. Later they woro
joined by Representative Fred. Bee.i-
i lc, who, when he was asked by a Bul
letin reporter on want side he slool.
'replied in a characteristically no.i
criminal manner: "On the side oi
I good government,"
I At the corner of King and FoH
stieets were noticed flcorge It, Cart-r,
C. n. Wilson and Dr. Oeo. Huddy. Cil
ler was doing all the tnlklng, Huddy
was doing most of the listening and,
from the general attitude of Wilson. '
fcemed to be with Carter on what was
On the corner of Ilethel and Kh'.g
streets wa s a group of "old men" wlt:i
Kanui, the $25,000,000 bank note man,
telling them what a shame It was that
tho young men should havo prove.
such traitors to their country. At tnS
corner of Kaahumanu nnd Merchant
streets-was a bunch of young men tnllc
Ing over the prospects during the com
tng election, and on other corners wort
business men neglecting their work
nnd telling each other how It would I 0
In tho fall campaign.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlcpowcr. This
Is tho best lamp on tlio market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
The Packers' Trust
Chicago, July 8. A combination of
gigantic companies controlling tho
packing Industry of the United State,
has finally been made, with John 1).
Rockefeller ns the central figure In tha
llnnncinl pnrt of the negotiations. Fi
nal arrangements have been made for
the consolidation of the Swift and Ar
mour Interests, which have recently
gained control of other packing con
cerns throughout the country. The an
nouncement was whispered today on
La Salle street und caused no little sur
By n lire which broke out in their
plant ut the stockyards tonight Swift
& Co. suffered n loss which Is estimat
ed by the olllclals of' the company at
Mjtt Tobln Is dead In Sallna county.
Kansas, nt the great age of 103 years.
Ills tlrst wife died In New York of chol
era In 1M!0. and his second wife sur
vives hi in at the age of 3.".
NEW - TO-DAY
A Boon to Plantation
EVERY MAN IITCOWN DOCTOR
JUST RECEIVED another shipment
of JNO. POTTIE & SONS CELEBRA
TED AUSTRALIAN HORSE. CATTLE
SHEEP SWINE and POULTRY REM
EDIES. A list of tho medicines car
rleri In, stock:
Scottish Oil. Soothing OIK. White O.U, Black
Oils, GlrncairnOlls. GolJtn Oils. Lily Hair OI
White (Sail Salve, Green Lotion, Brown Lotion.
Manet Liniment, Mange- OiU, Manfre and Tick Di
to 1 l!ullock,Whlte Oiotment.Gol if n Ointment, Black
Ointment, Vaseline Ointment, Hoot Ointment, Hoof
gin. hoot roil in, an colors. uuwr-ui west
we make larce assortment. The cliiel are Liquid
Stttitlnir niUttr. Nrwmftrket Bllstei. (iolJtn Bone
Blister, CantharaJIne Blister, loJIne UlKter, Electric
oil mister, (joidtnuu u ister. taiwic very strnnc.
Suits Mt-JIcatfd Jellv Soans. assorted In rrkd
Doe Soap In variety. Horse Soaps tn variety, Sheep
and Wool Soaps, for vermine, tn variety, Kye Lotion
anl Ointment a specialty of great value. Cancer
RrmeJ'es (he best In the market. Queensland Mance
ip a specialty, i.01 c ana unpe unntt, aarK,
Blood Tonic Drink. Coueh Mixture Drink. Luni;
Balm Drink, Fever Drench Drink. Worm Drench, for
Horse. Purgative Drench, Condition Podrs, Alter
ithe PoMdets. t'rlne Powders, BlO'4 Powdsrs. Worm
uwders, AstrlnRt-nt Powders, At Powders. Stomach
P.wders, Nervine Powders, CouRh PowJers, Purca-
livr I'owders, Uysentary rowaers, vmnrax ana
Blood Poison Powdtrs.
FOR SALE BY
C. W. MAGFARLANE,
Washington Light Co. ,
lly order of Alexander Fullerton
Ceiiernl Secretary. American Sectljvi,
T. S.. notice Is hereby Riven that a ne.v
charter has been Issued to Aloha
llranch, T. S., of which Mrs. Mary O.
llendricKs is President, and Mrs. Al-
bene Howe, Secretary, lepIachiK the
old charter retained by tho ex-Prci
dent of said Aloha Hrunch Mr. A
Marques and that said old charter
was on the 23d day of June, 1&V2, nn-
Notice Is also given that the above
mentioned A. Marques Is In no way
connected with Aloha Branch, T. S., of
Honolulu, T, II., and bus not been a
member of that llranch since the "lb
day of January, 1902,
MAHY D. HENrmiCKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
Secretary Aloha Branch, T. S.
Honolulu, T. II.. .Inly 14th, 1902.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUO.
A special meetlnc will bo held on
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock In the
Hawallnn Hotel to arrange for races to
be held on Monday. July 28, 1902.
W. H. CORNWEI.U
C. I.. CruniiT:, Presldp.it.
Modern High-class Dentistry
(WlIK IMS TILL 6 CM.
OrilCC HOUPS - SUNDAYS TILL u M.
At Low Prkts. . All Woik Ou.rantoU
Our prkM lie a low ai the Iwtii.
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i:. L. f'LMCiUSON
D. D. S.
3IB Hotul St.. cipp. Union
P. O. BOX Ac. IIONCJIULU, T.ll.
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Suoaay J ss
Monday jt 4 it
Full moon on the 2nth, at 0:16 a. ci.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tahlea.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh SOm
slower than Orccn wclh time, being
mat of the meridian of 1B7.3U. Tho
tlmo whistle ows at 1:30 p. m., wblcn 1
Is the same as Greenwich, ui urn.
Weather Hureau. Puliation, July IB.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum. St.
Ilarometer at 9 a. 111. 30.02. Hlslng.
Dew Point SF.
Humidity nt 3 a. m. fiS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
16. Weather hazy: wind fresh NE.
'luesdiiy, July IA,
Schr. Uiily, from Puulou, at 11 11. ra.
Wednesday, July Ifi,
Str. Mlkahala. (In'Koi. from Kauai
ports, at 7:40 a. m.
Am. bkt. Amelia, Wilier. II dayn
V. S. training ship Mohlcun, Condor,
from Yokohama via Dutch Harbor.
Am. bkt. Amelia, Wilier, from Uiira
Str. Mlkahala. firegory, from Kauai
ports, at 7: 40 a. ra.
S. S. Peru, Plllsbury, for San 1'rau- f
clsro, ut C p, 111. 1
BAILING TODAY. I
Str. Helene. Nicholson, for Hawaii
ports, nt ji, m.
Str. Jnmes Makee. Tullett, for KoIoj
and Electa, at 5 n. m.
Schr. Ka Mul, Illpa, fur Humakua
ports, at 3 p. in.
For Kauai ports.,per W. (J. Hall, July
13 Mrs. Williams Mrs. Prank Drown,
C. II. Hofgaard. II. A. Jaeger, Rev. S.
K. Kaullll. Frank Anthone. J. s. Sllvn.
JI. It. Smyth. J. H. Arendt. Mr. Kuwa
ha, Henry Antone. chas. llealy Jr., N I
Kato, Mrs. P. Sllva and Miss Jane
For the Orient, per S. S. China. July
13. Yang Tsnng Cheong. Lin Chung.
I loon. Sill Chin Yang, and l."0 Japanesn
For Maul pons, per str. Chiudlne.
July 15. T. 11. Ilallentyne. wife nnd.
son. Miss Lulu Cameron, .Miss Stella
Love. Miis Llndsjy. Miss Nellie Illrch,1
Miss L. Jordan, D. 11. Green, A. F.
Frear. S. Kepolkal. V. S. lioeck. M. K.
Kcohakalole anil wife, Mrs. J. E. Con
unit, II. C. Ilalvorsen and wife. Miss
J. Center. Miss Massey, Master Hutch-1
Inson. L. I'. Scott, Miss A. Kealoha, N.
Kiyama. S. Harada. Kim Flook. Rev.
J. K. Jnsepa, J01. H. S. Kaleo and wife,
J. Mugulere, W. P. Harry. L. T. Kent
well. A. C. Dowsett. Dr. E. Armltage, I
Sam Akl Jr.. and Mrs. F. Ekela.
From Kauai ports, per str. Mlkahala,
July 1 Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Wlshnrd,1
Miss Hardulck. R. W. McLcod. Mrs.
E. Klohr. P. Yum Ylck. Geo, Fuller.
Mr. Maseu. Miss C. Jordan. Miss Rosa
da. Miss Jacobsen, Mrs. F. J. Uulru and
London, July 4, The Prlnco ol
Wales. In behalf of King Kdwnrd, ro
reived the Indian Princes In London M
the India Office tonight. The enter
inlnment wns'one of the most brilliant
ever witnessed In London. Members
of the royal family were present nuJ
occupied a private box overlooking the
main hall. The guests of the evening
Included all tho royal representative!
to the coronation of the King who cic
still In London, as well as tha greater
number of tho English nobility nnd the
tiotnble personages of London. Tlio
decorations of tho buildings were mag
nificent nnd cost, including the furnl
turn and hangings, not far from 50,
000. Tho progress of King Edward contin
ues satisfactory. Ileglnnlng July J.
only one bulletin a day concerning Ills
Majesty's condition will bo Issuod.
This will bo posted at 11 o'clock In I he
morning, nnd tho nrrangoment will be
continued until Ills Majesty Is vntlroly
Amerlcnn Transport Ashore.
Manila, July 3. Tho United States
transport Salamanca Is ashore on the
Zambalcs coast. She has three com
panies of the 25th ltcglment on board.
Aslstanco has been sent to her.
In 1890 tho United States had 10G but
ton factories. In 1900, 238, with a capital
of $4,210,000, using annually mnterlal
worth $2,803,000, turning out a product
Henry S. Dishing, tho painter of cows
Is the latest addition to the long list
of American painters on tho roll of the
Legion of Honor of the French Government.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
A wide range of patterns, styles
the Intest, colors fast, work
manship correct, all sizes.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
CHOICE SELECTION OF
WINES AND LIQUORS
Qual.ty is always the first consideration In buying your wine
and liquor supply; price comes next. Tho following named
brands are unlvcroally known as being THE DEST In tho market,
nnd our pri. es are as low as possible, to suit tho times. Family
trade li solicited and all orders receive prompt attention.
Jas, E, Pepper Whiskey ; A. A, Jesse Moore Whiskey ; Gutters'
Whiskey ; Guekenheimer Rye ; Manilla "Anchor Brand" Beer ;
Bartlett Water, and all the Finest Wines,
LOVEJOY Sz CO.,
Cor. Nuunnu and .Merchant
For Want Column See Page Six
DO YOU WANT to cure your dandruff
ami slop yit.r hair from falling? Tiy
Paeheeo's DandiuK Killer. At Un
ion llarber Shop
FOR RENT Room
Apply room 30!.
!0j Judd building.
FOR SALE Furniture of a very cen
trally located cottage, containing 3
beuroOinB, parir. dining room, kitch
en and ba'h Address P. O. box 101
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testimtary having been du
ly Issued to th undersigned Luni Lnp
Cliee ns Execut ir of the last Will and
Testament of LL'M Tl'CK JOE, late of
Ewa, Island of Oaliu. Territory of Ha
waii, deceased." notice Is hereby given
to all persons to present their claims
against the Estate of said Lum Tuclc
Joe, deceased duly authenticate 1,
whether secured by mortgage or othei
Iwse. to Meshrs. Holmes and Stanley,
Attorneys for the undersigned, at their
office on Kaahumanu street In tho city
of Honolulu, within SIX MONTH'S
from tho dute of the first publication
hereor, o'r they will be forever barred,
und all persons Indebted to said K
tate nro hereby requested to mako im
mediate payment to the said Holmei
LCM LOP CHEE,
Executor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Lum Tucl: Joe, Do
ceased. Honolulu, July 15th. 12.
21SD July 16; 23. 20; Aug. C, 13, 20.
IN THE CinCL'IT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate, at Chambers. In the Matter nf
the Estate of Antone de Lessa, late of
Kallhl, Oahu, deceased, Intestate. Pe
tition having been filed by Adellua
Corte, daughter of said Intestate, pray
ing that Letters of Administration up
on said ebtale be Issued to ". Uanson
Kellett Jr., notice Is hereby given Unit
MONDAY, the 18th day of AUGUST,
A. D. 1902, at to o'clock a. m., In :H9
Judiciary building, Honolulu, Oahu, is
appointed the time and place for hear
Ingsald petition, when and where oil
porsons concerned may appear and
show cause. If any thoy have, why tald
petition BliouTd not be granted.
Honolulu, July 16th. A. U. UH12.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
2199 July 1G, 23. 30; Aug. 6.
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
KOMEL. ROOT BEER, Etc.,
1$ sweetened bv the use of pure
cane sugar. We use no cheap
substitute, ONE REA80N
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARETIIB BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everywhere In the city and Wal
klkl. Consolidatad Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street
The sectional bookcase has cv
crywhere taken the placo 0? the
old-style cases, so lu buying tho
only question In the mind of the
buyer Is which of the different
makes tp select.
This Is Important, too, ns all
sectional bookcases aro not good
and somo have very weak points.
The "Qunn" system Is recog
nized as the highest standard,
nnd we nro willing to explain the
winning points at any time, 10
will be pleased to see you at our
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Our Soda Waters
aro everywhere conceded to bo
tho highest quality. Wo sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery freo anywhere In tho
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
65 Queen St.
FOR ACOOUNT OF WHOM IT
On Friday, July I8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho old Kishmarkct wharf, near
the foot of Maunakca street, Honolulu,
I will sell at Public Auction, for ac
count of whom It may concern, tho fol
lowing goods, slightly damaged by
salt water on voyngo of exportation
from Honolulu to Kauai, on April 17th,
ex schooner Twilight, George Kane.
89,000 shingles, more or less.
25,000 ft. (more or less) as
sorted N. W. and llodwood
Terms: Cash, U. S. gold colu.
Honolulu, July 8th, 1902.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Salo.
premises on Bcretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Bcretanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty has a frontage on Klnau St.
tf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen. Bath,
laige Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
has a right of way cntranco to Bcre
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
306 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-halt cash, balanco on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Hai
right of way to Bcretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St