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EVEITNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, tr. T., riUDAY, JULY 18, 1902.
DO YOU USE
Blue Wrtipper( with Red Bnndi
IP NOT, WHV INOT V
IT IS UNDENIABLY THE BEST SCOURING SOAP IN THE WORLD
FOR PAINT8, FLOOR CLOTHS, WOOD AND MARBLE FLOORS,
DATH TUBS, ETC.
POLISHES Tin, Brass and Copper Ware of all kinds
In genernt Home Cleaning:, Dish Washing, etc., It will not Injure
the hands. Is safer and more c ouomlcnl than nn other Soap
We have n largo window dlsplso of Scourcne on King Street near
Tort Look at It fixe the nni'le In jour mind and the next time jou
need ail) Scouring Soap glv SCOURENE n trial
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
CORNER POUT AND KING 8TISEBT8.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO cnndlepowor. This
Is tho best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Qas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. find
natural In lots to suit.
ALL COMBRS' TOURNAMUNT.
CHINAMAN UADLY HURT.
V M llrooks head of the local lodge A S Vkln and V. Chron. two blue
of Illks. iinnoimecs that n committee) Jackets from the Mohh an weie arrest
vlll he appointed tonight to make ar- td List night on the rhnrge of furious
rangements for an all-romeis' pine- and h( edl(s riding The two men had
pong tournamuit to he started next hired horses fiom one of theV.iblcs In
week The niks will Issue a geneiiil tin ilt .ind wire out for a good tlmo
Imitation to all ping-pong plaeis In When near the Wnlklkl turn, n China
the city and when the entries aie all In n,n on a bicycle was run oer b one
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building
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the regul.ir schedule of games wlit ho
arranged. The Klks fed confident thej
can hold their ulnn aganst un anil all
comers and In this Ilea the ecret of thle
general chnlhnge which the are now
about to hull foiih.
Some tulk of a doubles tournament
Is also being Indulged In This would
certainly pioe immense!) Inlcicalln,;
to both pin era and wntclicrsl.
of lliu men ami the unfortunate man Is
now in Hit hospital. Buffering from a
nunibei or painful wounds It will bn
seeinl das hcfoie he will be able to
rt rutt linil
The case nunc up In the l'ollce Court !.ar' .,'
tlllu ftltrtlfifin liltt mi llio m on, nlntlnn ' " "
of facts li High Sheriff lliown it was Uottl'' "'" (,"ub tbeniselv.s Pt-nM-m
ALOHA BRANCH THEOSOPHICAL
At the regular nnnual meeting of the
Alolin llrnneh, T. S, laRt March, lliu
ullowlng officers were unnnlmoiiil)
elected for the piesent )cnr li 17
votes' A Marques President; S. 1
Shaw, Vice President (since leslgnod
thiough gross Insult by A. Pulleitoiil
S. W Shaw, Srcietnri, W. Dlx, Tru
I) Merry, Librarian, wtitlu
Mr M I). Ikndilcks nnd Mrs. A
Pull moon on the 20th, at C 10 a. ci
Tides from the United States Coast
and Ueodetlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and HIIo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b. 50m
slower than Green wcih time, being
mat of the meridian of 157.3U. The
time whistle ows at 1:30 p. m., wblcn 1
Is tho same as Greenwich. on 0m.
Weather Hunan Punnliou, July 18.
Temperature Moining minimum,
71, Mlddn mnxlmum SI.
llarometei at 9 a m 30 U2. Steady.
Dew Point C'F
lliimldlt at!' a m "i per cent.
Diamond lle.iil Signal Stntlon, July
IS Weather clear, wind fresh NK.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
set for Mond.iv morning, the Injured
t hlnnmiin being wanted as the most
Important w ltn s for tho prosecution
Lutei cm the two min were released
and turned oer to nn ofllcci to be tak
en aboard the Mohican
SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN THE
Sunday's issue will be a top-notchcr in general
interest ; rich in stories both amusing and serious ;
deep in articles of the world's doings, and replete
with the news of the day. Don't let the boy get by
when he shouts "SUNDAY BULLETIN."
KITCHENER, THE MAN OF SILENCE AND RESULTS
An Unloved Personality that neither seeks nor makes
Friendships, but Believes in Duty, Work and Silence
as the Best Policies to Achieve Results.
Gcrmlcss Books Must be Used in the Schools
of Utah Under Heavy Penalty. CON
TINUATION OF THAT OPIUM STORY
? Scotch Fare: Oatmeal, Scones and
Haggis Better than Dentists and Dyspepsia.
MEETING OF SCULLERS AT HENLEY
& Uncle Sam's Attorney General: His
Peculiarities and Personality. American
Sculler Ahead at Henley: Details of the Various
Events at the Coronation Regatta. fc The
Man Who Prophesied McKinlcy's Death Predicts
Disaster for the United States. How Sena
tor Hanna Was Outwitted by His Daughter. c
Greatest Work of the Past Century. New
Apparatus to Make "Dry" Steam. Young
Student Finds a New Star. Torpedo Boats
Used as Mail Carriers. j An Exhibition of
Woman's Inhumanity to Woman. Coffee
of Figs. j Octuplcx System of Telegraphy.
- Nations of Continental Europe Agree to
Protect Birds that arc Useful to Agriculture. &
Russia's Diplomatic Methods in Dealing with
China. & A Tip to Topers : How to Get
Two Different Drinks at the Same Time Out of the
Same Glass. Mrs. Nancy Bray, at the
Age of JO J ; Has J J 4 Descendants. Eight
Devoted Brothers Who Call at School for Clara.
Poorly Dressed Woman Who Was Helped By
Kind-Hearted Hiram. & Was Washington a
Church Member ? Contradictory Answers Given
to a Much-Discussed Question from Jefferson Down
and Secretary of the same A.u'it
Urnntli, were elected on theli side li
u faction of 5 votes onlj The alleged
cancellation of Aloha Charter bj A
l'lillerton Juno 23, at the request of
t'uu minority only Is an Illegal net
which Is null and old. .Mori-oxer 1
Hesulutlon of Aloha llrauch, datid
April ii, Alexander l'lillerton, (Icnmil
Secretary American Section, T S, his
(eased to be recognized in Hint (iiir.c
11 by the said Alolin lliandi. mid n'l
lutcicouisc of the lliandi with him
has been suspended until lie full
apologists (n) for his iingentlemu'il
and unthiosoplilcal conduit 111 v.r.n
tonly Insulting "i nicnibirs thereof. Hi)
for his limine faoiltism for and 'inn
deilng to tho uiinoiity faction, .mil
now, for his gross paitlallty agaim.t
Mr Marques, who, on Junuaiy Ttti
last was unjiistl nnd Illegally ei II
ed on false and tiumped up c bulges b
Mrs Hendrlcke and her 4 followcis
(to wit. Mrs. A. Itowe, the two Mlsies
Itlce. music teachers, nnd J UIcp, their
father). In tho absence of nil the otiiei
members, cowardly inhnntnge being
moreover taken of Mr Marques own
nhsence through sickness, so nS to pre.
tent him liAlng any lawful trlnl a.il
any ehnneu to defend and justify him
self, although lie hud written for ti
postponement of tho case In ordc i to
tie able to attend.
Such Is what certain people call Ii.u
llco. Theosophy nnd Hintherhood. Ko.
tunatel. tho whole matter Is still en
appeal before Col. Oleott, President
Founder T. S.
II) order of meeting of July 17, 10J2
S W SHAW, ,
Seeietar) elect Aloha llranch, T. S
IN Till: CIIICUIT COUUT. FIHhT
Clieult, Terrltor of Hawaii. In Pro
bate, at Chambers. In the Muttor of
the Hstnte of Keanu (10, Into of lloiio
lulu, Oahu. deceased Petition luw 14
been filed b Knhainn (w). daughter of
said Intestate, pialngthnt I.etteri of
Vdmlnlstrntlon upon said (statu be is
sue d to her, suld Knhaliia (w), notl'o
In hereby glen that MONDAY tli
23th dii) or AUCiUST, A I) l'.m.'. at 11)
o'clock a m., In the Judicial y building,
Honolulu, Onhu, Is appointed the time,
and pluco for hearing said petition
when nnd whero nil persons com eiiuM
inn appear and show cause. If ni.v
they hae. why said petition should not
be gi anted.
Honolulu, Oahu, Jul) 18, 1902.
Ily thu Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
W T Itawllns. Attorney for Pod
2201 July 18, 25; Aug. 1, 11.
Kildn.V, July 18
Stmr Kenuhou Moihei. from Knunt
pifrts. with !!' bag rice-, 8 packag'8
sundries, S package machine!)' and 1
paiknge Miap lion, at 4-15 a 111. j
Am bkt. .Inji" 1.. Stnnfonl. Mnlles
ti ml. 49 dn)H fiom .ewtnstle, with
H!i2 tons conl
m nc In Untie Minor, itnxcns, 17
iln)s II Mm i:ui 'l,ii off Koko Ilmd. j
Sinn. Mlknhalj, flregory, for Kauai
Stmr l.ehua Nnpnln, foi Mnnl, Mi
lokat nnd I.nnnl potts
Shin- Milium I .on Slmerson, for I. a
linlnn Munliu a Konn and Knu ports
nt 12 111
Thursday Julv 17.
Str I.ihua. Naopaln, for Maul, Molo
Kill nnd Lima! ports
Ptr JUkiihala. (ji'or) for Kauai
Am silir Heltne. C'hilstlunson, will
sail foi San Kinudsco this ufternoo.i
OSS Alamula Ilerirmnn, from
Sail 1'iiiih Ikio. this nltcinoun
Plum Knunl mrts pi r stim Ke All
Moil lul) lS-Cio II l'aliehlld, Miss
(1 Dim rill nnd 1.' dee I;.
P01 Knunl ports per nTnit Titfknhnli,
lull 17. Ml AVh. Ii Kmse K Lei
Ikl lti ('.. I. Konn. Mis Akl, Miss
Clunk Hoy, Miss Harrow XIIhh Chan
nun C Atkinson. O. M. Atwond,
I V lliinibuig John Spanieling, Capt
M(l.iud. Dald Keololiuu. Miss W.
Hams MlbsG. Wtlght and Jlrs. Ilotjry
P01 Maul and Hawnli ports, per
stnu Muiina I.oa, Jul 18. C J. CI en
ens Chas. Newman and wife. Miss M.
Miller J. A Magulre, Frank Ureenwcll,
II D Wihhnril wife and two children,
John Kane, Y Yamahhlro. J. W K1111I
nioku He. p Fltz Fannio Uarron W.
M Kauhune. Ilmry .Martin, I'uther Ju
lb 11 Oto Clark, Jos. Cownn, W W
Ilunni 1 and wife Miss Dunne r, A li.
(urn Mi Neil! and wife
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
A wide range of patterns,, styles
the latest, colors Inst, work
manshift correct, all sizes.
65 Queen St.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
GOOD FOR WARM WEATHER
NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
If you v.ant a beer of the most delicious hop f!aor a pale,
pure brew of finest hops and majt, order a dozen of "Anchor
Unsurpassed by any beer In the market.
It Is ftuarautced pure.
LOVEJOY Sz CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and Merchant Sts.
For Want Column S:e Page Six
WANTED C?tliti rei'erences re
eiuired. 20U Judd litdg 22'H-lt
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of tlio Piv
neer Building & Loan Association of
Hawaii, held July 14, 1902, tho follow
ing officers were elected to scne for
Iho ensuing ear:
President J. L. McLean
Vice President J, A. Lyle Jr.
Secretary A. V. Gear
Treasurer Geo. P. Denlson
Tho above officers, together with A.
W Kcech J. M. I.lttlo. A. A. Wilder
und J I). Holt, constitute tho Iloaid of
Dluctors. A. V. OHAH.
FOR RENT Two elegant suites if
rooms, suitable for otfice or li!ug.
Mctropoln bblg Alakea St. Apply
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
Tildg. 2201 tf
berculosls wji not on the Incicase.
Visits were Ji house and H office,
cases 10S niedb 1! at.d Si surgical, while
11C prescription were filled.
District of Waulua Di H. Wood
found condltlon-i good His Islta mini
Dei til Cj houi'. iad IS office, cases 11
medical and . iuiIiaI and piescrlp
tlous 24. On- n hot) 1 was Inspected,
'llieie were three malarial feer ensesi
ind chicken pox wjj prntalent One
ufo of dysenterj appeared Tubercu
losis Is lncrei(la Sl cases had been
i-een, of wliLU tiitee belonged to tho
DUttlct of Walinae Dr Thomas
McMillan reports conditions er. good,
The hoisting of tho black flag after
executions Is to bo discontinued In Lon
Crown Bridge Work a Specialty
t ROW NS
lilt ! T
Modern High-class Dentistry
(Wrik IIMSTIIL6 M
Olllf.C HOURS SUMIA1S TILLu M
At Low Prion All Wiirk Gmranlf e,l
Our prUeH are as luw as the lowest
1 W L AUIN
I L rik(,u&ON
3IH Mtul Nt., lipp.Unfllll
P O Box6 llosoiucu, Til (
1 Continued from Pago 1.)
und filled 1". prescriptions Condition'!
Htie full llieie was no ftnei not
nil) uuusunll preinlent disease. Two 51 house and 1" oflke ti.its 15 medical
tnses of Influenza and 3 of djsentrr 01. ami. 2 surBlial cnes and 09 prescript
(iirred. Tuhcrtulosls tnouuht not Id- tlons No fever, larluenzu djsenteryor
ereasliiB prcaknt dleaae uad no Increase ot
District of Klhel and Kuhi Dr It. tuberculosij
u. jjineK'ir reports Kenernl condition!. Dlstikt of Ewa Di. Chas A. Dali
urj fooii. visits numliered 43 house icports conditioni moat excellent, with
anu w omce, cases 40 medical and ,t no death since April 14. There were
surt'ical, piescrlptlons 84 and slices- thiee cases of Intermittent ftnei and
1111 lucunutions 0. I here wcie 3 pout nothing cUo to report Tuberculosis
nionems. rcer wns repiciented b) 1 ( not Increasing i,lu weie 21 house
tjphold nnd 4 malarial cases, them and JO office. , 1313 IT medical und 2
were J cases of djsenter but no mi- burfiicnl, prescription. 01)
usuallj prevalent malady. Tuberculo- Dlstilcts ot Kealla and Hanalel. Dr.
sis not Increasing. Jilllp Jt. Waughop lepoits on sanltarj
District of Walliiku Dr. John Wed- and health conditions thus "Itnther
dick lepoits sanitary conditions Ira- better than usual Some ditch and
proved and genetal health good. VIbIis drainage work has been done at m
were 7 houto and 24 ofllce, medical suggestion, wh! h I think will lessen
cases Jt und the same numbei of pir- our ehancei of tprold especially In
Sirlptlons. Vnclnnntlons were 25 sm- thu case of ono long ditch In Kealln
CCSSftll Utld II unsuccessful Ihlee oer which .ire l.nllr unlor r.tnst.l
athools weie inspected und 37 health This has been deepened oer a con
ccitlllcatesj;i anted. Two liiqiiests wem kldciublo pcntlon of Its length and now
held Under the head of feur aio 1 111ns with a good current" Visits
malarial, 1 chicken po and 3 measlc weio 35 house .md 53 nfflie msea fit
cuscs, put there was nothing unusuall) medical and G surgical nnd prescrlp
preMiicnt ami no Influenza or dysen- tlons 122. Worms were the prevailing
ivij iiiuercuiosis was noi increasing, distemper, aad cases of Influenza anil
uisuicior Lanatnn ur Chas. DaW-i3 of d)bcntery occurred No Increase
son icports good conditions, 34 houso of tubeiculosli
and 43 ofllce visits, 47 medical and 25 Districts of Koloa and Liliue. Dr. K
surBuai cuses nnd !i5 prescriptions. Ho S (loodhue report, health conditions
nail 4 eases of malarial fever, 3 of them very good, 2 houae and 29 ofllce visits,
fiom outside bis district. Tuberculosis 27 medical uud 2 suiglcal cases and 29
was not Increasing. pisscrlptlone ttlleJ Two cases each ot
District of .Molokal Dr. A Mourltz influenza and dysenteij and no Incteaso
lepoits conditions very good, 43 housa of tubercuosls are all else lepoited,
nnd 41 oince visits, 78 medical and 0 Distilct of Walmea Dt 11. V, Sail
surgical cubes and 07 prescriptions dow repoits sanltarj conditions good
filled. A negative answer Is given tg and tho health la genetal ver satis
ull questions us to exl6tenco of fever, factory. Visits were 0 house and 25
pievuient disease and ttuerculoils. 1 ottlce, cases 20 medical and 5 surgical.
Districts of Koolauloa and Koolau-, preset intlona 30 and schools Inspected
poko Dr. W. U. Dcas reports condl- , Ono post mortem was held. Six
tlons excellent except ns to malaria, cases of mild influenza were treated
which was prevalent with 17 cuses, Tu-, Tuberculosis was not Increasing.
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
KOMEL, ROOT BEER, BtC.
Is sweetened by the use of pure
ant sugar, we use no cheap
substitute, ONE REASON
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARE THE BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anyvv here and
everywhere In the city and Wal-klkl.
Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
The sectional bookcase has ov
ci j where taken the place o the
oldstjle cases, so in bu)lng tho
only fpiestlon In the mind of tlio
bujer Is which of the dlffe.e'lt
makes to select.
This Is Important, too, as all
sectional bookcases are not good
nnd some haVe very weak points.
The "Gunn" Bjstem Is recog
nized as the highest standard,
nnd wo are willing to explain the
winning points at any time, to
will be pleased to see ott at our
Auction Sale In
ON MONDAY, JULY 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. C. K. Hcmenway, trustee, In ro the
matter of K. TAKKTA, a bankrupt, all
of the stock of goods, consisting of gen
eral merchandise, ribbons, sill: strings,
pass books, toys, clothing, crepe, drcs3
goods, shoes, largo pair scales, cash
register, large mirror, show cases.
counters, snetves anu a ntcweaio ec ur
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla otreet, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; ono half c'riatT. bal
nnco on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Kluau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau St
cf 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcBen. Datb,
la igo Carrlago House. Price $4500.
Terms, one half cash; balance on
rrortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
hns a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
ICC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage, at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Our Soda Waters
aro ever) where conceded to bo
tho highest quality. We sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywhere In tho
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1B71.
SODA WATER WORKS
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
65 Queen St