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evening bulletin, Honolulu, it. t., satuiiday. july 19. ido2
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In general Home Cleaning. Dish Washing, etc., It will not Injure
the hands. Ib saror anil more economical tlmn mi) other Soap
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COKNER POUT AND KING STKCHTS.
IE AFTER 11,
In some parts of L'anndn II In cimtom
nry to call tin1 Justice of tin- peace or lo
cal magistrate "sipilre One of these
worthies, a er estlniabl" m.n. who
always enjoyed a good Hlor. een If It
were at his own expense, used to be
fond of relating an experience he once
had with an uneducated English fawn
er. After trunsiti ting souk; business the
"scpilic" and the I'ngllshman sat donn
to enjoy a smoke together. When they
had llghttd their pipes the stolid En
gllstimim slurteil the comers. itlon hy
neniarklng. "I notice us 'ow olks calls
you the 'simile ' "
"Th.it's bec.uise I mil a Justice of the
peace." leplled the Canadian
"Things Is so different at 'onie '
"Yes. In England n squire w y
bless jour eart a squlie es a genT-tnan'
OUT OF STYLE.
Seattle, July S Com let Tracy was
this afternoon found In n farm housa
one and one half miles east of Kenton
Tho news was brought to tho city thl
afternoon at 2 o'clock by Charles Jer
ry, who Hies nt the plnje Indicated,
Tracy and Anderson came to Jerry n
house shortly after noon today and
gave htm two of the watches which
they bad preWously taken from others
and told him to go out and dispose of
them Instead of doing this Jerry came
at once to Kenton and 'phoned thn
nens to the sheriff's office Posse
were at once organized In the klnlU
ami It Is thought that Tracy Is again
Tho. posso. In charge of Deputy
Sheilft .Mll.ellan, took the 2 o'clock car
lor Itenlon. At that place n locotno
tlc, plnccd nt the disposal or the sher
iff by the Pacific Const Company, was
in readiness to comey the man litmtcM
r. .tic and n half up the Columbia &
l'ugel Sound ltallioad to the Inline.
dlatc tielghborhood of the house at
which Tiacy was reported to lia
Mrs. l.angtry. as has been bruited ,.,..., T ' ,, ..,, ,,.
about In the newspaper, hns been lun- tho rarm llousc mmC(ial..y ,,,
ing tier fate "made ocr' and the lines Charles Jerry, the posse would bi
nf lliiieeriidluilcd In n shop recently, hardly more than, two hours behlnn
sns a traveler Just bark fiom I.ondon.'tho convkt. Why Tracy should havo
she usked for n tr.-nellng bng of nlll-Uent Jerry out to sell the watches I.
gator skin The shopkeeper, who hndith0 one mystery In the case.
I none oi mat particular sort, urougni
out lusti ad tome of smooth leather
"Ami you tell me this Is alligator
skin" objected the "Jersey l.lly'
"Why. It Is perfectly sllik Wlieie are
1 "Ah, mdm." replied the awlly dealer,
who knew his customer, "wrinkles nrc
out of wigtie. I'he correct alligator no
longer has them. This traveling b.Tj
was made from the skin of nil alligator
I who had been massaged."
i It may lie added lh.it the nctress rub
bed the smooth leather penshcly and
made the purchase without further
i iimnii nt New oik rimes
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p m ft s ra a, m p m
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15 t to 1 SAM $ if S S
16 t 41I1 o' o 8 6 14' S ji
1 l6to t C J9 9 aS
Monday ,. it
I C4 9 l8, 9 $8
9 48 8 16 to m I
Mo 8 15 t0 $
4 loj 9 9 ti 18
SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN THE
Sunday - Bulletin.
Sunday's issue will be a top-notcher 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 RESDLTS
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. w 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. .. The
Man Who Prophesied McKinlcy's Death Predicts
Disaster for the United States. How Sena
tor Hanna Was Outwitted by His Daughter. fc
Greatest Work of the Past Century. New
Apparatus to Make "Dry" Steam. ,?t Young
Student Finds a New Star. . Torpedo Boats
Used as Mail Carriers. An Exhibition of
Woman's Inhumanity to Woman. k Coffee
of Figs. Octuplei System of Telegraphy.
.. Nations of Continental Europe Agree to
Protect Birds that are Useful to Agriculture.
Russia's Diplomatic Methods in Dealing with
China. o 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 101 ; Has JJ4 Descendants. Eight
Devoted Brothers Who Call at School for Clara. -
Poorly Dressed Woman Who Was Helped By
Kind-Hearted Hiram. k Was Washington a
Church Member ? Contradictory Answers Given
to a Much-Discussed Question from Jefferson Down
l'u 11 moon on the 2ntb. at C 10 a. m
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 50m
slower than Green wclh tlmo, being
mat of the meridian of 157.SU. Tho
tlmo whistle ..owe at 1:30 p. in., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, un 0m.
Weather Ilureati, I'unahou. July 19.
Tempeiuturc Morning minimum,
74. Midday maximum. S."
Haiomcter at 9 a m .10.03 Klslng.
Dew Point !ir
Humidity at 9 n m. 00 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal .Station, July
19 Wiather hazy; wind fresh NIJ.
London, July R- The news that tho
coronation of King Kdnnid was to lm
held before the middle of August was
published In America before It waj
known here. Hut the London Times
and other papers this morning c rinllrni
the Associated Piess unnouniemeiit.
1 '.diii the same exielltnt Miurie th.
ssocinted Press It.uns toiluj Unit tho
jessing foiwnrd of the coinnntloii waii
due to the personal Insistence of th
King. Ills doctors were nt liist op'
posed to such an early date but the
King declined to agree 10 any other
The doctors agree that It will he far
better for King Dlnnrd to git through
the turmoil of the coronation as soon
as possible, rather than to hae it
hanging over him for mouths
The King Is determined not to break
up the court nt llucklnghnm Palme 1111
til the coronation. He may m on board
his yacht for a few days' uulse. but he
Is more likely to remain In London
until the affairs Is over and then take
a prolonged holiday.
WHITNEY.&. MARSH, LTD. I
A wide range of patterns, styles
the latest, colors fast, work
manship correct, all sizes.
WHITNEY k MARSH, LTD
Chicago, July 8. The freight hand
lcrs" strike which called out 9U00 men
yesterday and serious curtailed tho
bundling of freight, appeared no near
er bettlement this morning thnn It did
yesterday. Chairman Job. of the Stat
Hoard of Arbitration, when asked If he
had tc cited an answer fiom the rail
roads or men to his offer to nibltrate,
answered In the negative.
At all freight houses pickets en.
deavoied to persuade newcomers from
taking Jobs and sought to lure away
the men already at work. In the yards
of the Illinois Central the n.cn brought
In last night were at work on perish,
able fiblglit. They spent the night In
sleeping cars brought Into tin; city
for them and ate their breakfast In dlu
lug cars I jstly of the pattern used on
London Tuesday, July S In 110
House of Commons today the parlla
mentnry sccretaiy to the admiralty II
C Arnold Korstcr leplylng to Win,
n.'dmnud, tho lilsh lender continued
the report that J P .Uorgi.il had offei
ed to place all tho Ilrltlsh ships In t',-
new combine nt the disposal of the ad
mlialty for the next fifty ycis on cer
tnln lei 1113
He added that the offer had not yet
been accepted, because It could only bo
dealt with In relation to Ilrltlsh ship
ping generally nnd tho Atlantic trade
position, wnlcli wns being ery care
fully considered by the government.
A fUe-jeur-old boy, on being put to
uiu a lew mums aco. threw lil irnn
around his mother's neck and said:
"Please, don't lenxe me. mnmmn I'm
afraid to be left alono In all this dark.'
'Uut you inusn't be afraid. Freddie."
was the mother's renly. "You're nni
alone; God's with you."
The little fellow wns ullent nn.l
thinking he had lost all fear, his moth
er btoio quietly nvwiy, and Joined her
husband downstairs. A few minutes
later I'reddle's olce was hear.l rnmlnp
from the top of the stairs.
'Mamma, mamma'" ho erleil. "fnim
Un XOU and StSV With I1m 111 Din rlnrV
and I'll stay with papa In the parlor. '
-.M)W York rimes.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, J1 a
Grown Bridge Work a Specialty
1 Per Toutli)
I't I I. M.T
Modern High-class Dentistry
(VVCIK DAVSTIIL6I' M
orricc iioum sumuvj. tiu u .
At Low Prkei. All Work Cimantved
Our prices are as low as the Irjuest
n I W. E AUEN
D. D S.
I L flkOUSON
2IH Hotol .St., 11pp. Union
ARLlrsCTION I U.K.
P. O. Box M. Honolulu, T.ll.
Cor. Nuunnu and Merchant 8ts.
Sntmil.1). July 19
Str. James Makre, Tullet. from Kauai
ports with 3S.M1 Ib Iron and brass,
at "i'M a. 111.
.S S. Tamplco, fiom Scuttle, at noon
Mr. Klnau, 1'rn.iiinn, from Illlo nn.l
Saturday, July 19
Str. Nllhau, Thonipon. for Wnlmca
and Kekaha. with Japanese laborers,
Str Keatihou. MoRher for Nnwltlwlll
Knpna and Kllauci, with lup.incse la-
borets at noon.
' Str. Noeau, Wjmnn. for lluiiamaiilu
and Ahuklnl. with Japanese luboiers,
Am sp. Columbia. Mutti-on, for tlm
From Illlo and way ports per slnir
Klnau. July PL Allss J. M. Wan'
Miss A. C.aidner. W II. Ilnle. P. N.
Welch, Miss TJIlIott, MIbs Onslow, C
Piailgle.v, P. Hubbell Hon Cecil Urowr
anil wife, Gerrltt P. Wilder. It. V
Wood II A. Chapman. Walter (!. Hy.
num. lleniy L. Kaohl J. J Kelley
Miss I' Knton. MIs N. i:nlon, Mrs
ilriiinmugent. Miss lliummagent. I'. M
Hnv'nil nnd ehilil. A Ilancdierg nnd
wife. Miss K. Vlda, I' P rernandez,
A. (J Manalllno, Cbas P Hnsiie. Mrs
Mai Mott Smith Ulnl. ehlM nnd mnld:
V M Wnkeflebl, W. II. Schmidt, Chns.
Not ley Mts. Kanda and child, Mrs T0 iEt Cottages all
onaoio. 11 v. iicivMi, loiing aing
C P. Uckardt. Mrs. K. Norrle, i: Gay
Miss 11 Gay. Miss Kielda Gay," Miss
Lnima Lyons, II. Akona, L. Iventvvell
W. P Harry. J. Magulre. L. K. Ako
na. Col W. II. Cornwell. W. J. Coelho NPrV TO-FIAV
Kev i:. Toklr.asn and 144 deck passen A TT vr ur. I
PASSr.NGP.RS DEPAIITKD. 1
fflii Can IVolw m . Lm IIaIahi. '
J wi UI1 1 lUlltlOI-U, ti QVl lliVUI,,
July lf J. Hovvton, wife and child, C.j The undnrilgnJ hereby gUes notice
II. Jennings, K. It. IlUcns. that Chaung Tojr.g Hop has withdrawn
1 from tho firm and has transferred bis
BA8EDALL, TOAM8. 'interest therein to Lau Ylt who I e-
luiui'H 11 new i3.rrur uivreiu,
GOOD FOR WARM WEATHER
NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
If you want a beer of the most delicious hop flavor a pale,
pure brew of finest hops nnd mnlt, order a dozen of "Anchor
UnnurpnsHed by any beer In the market.
It Is guaranteed pure.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
For Want Column See Page Six
provements $11 to $20. Apply to
A. G, Ctinha 2d house above Mor
mon Church 2202-lm
Change of Copartnership,
mat; sing wai co..
Dy LAU TIM, Manager.
I'ollovvlng aie the probable line-ups
for the teams In the two bateball gnmej
of this afternoon July 19, 1W 2202-Ct
II. A. C Cunha, c; Woods, p., '
Gleason. lb , Thompson, 2b.; Joy, 3b., MISSED IT
Williams ss , Pryce, lf.j Ajlctt. cf , ,
Lels, rf. Senator Depew confessed to the fol-
wti'r. i", k""" n'" o,C: n- B,-lM' J'" ''nB ephode A month ago a con
Wills lb. Novvell. 2b Tucker. Sh i Mtllcnt ent u him t0 seeU h, ,.
Llshniiin. ts . Anderson, If.; King, cf.; j lllleIKI1 ln ohtalt.lni? an omce. wlien
'5.' , ,, .Senator Deptw heard tne man's story
Punahou lltnimway, c; lJabbltl, I , sull: '
,... w...e.. j... a.eere. .0.; vieycr, au ; ..Vo rlte a ,ette, tpHin(, u,mt J0,,
wuvn , n-,., .1. ..luiltllllliu, l., J V-IICO'
want and I will foiward It with my In
A few days ago the man met the Sen
ator In the Cipltol lobby.
"You icmemLer telling me to write
I you n letter'" he slid.
"Oh, jes," was Mr Dspen's reply, as
he cordially grasped his visitor by the
I hand. "Let tne see Ton sent me the
1 letter, didn't yo'i and If I remember
I lightly, I Indorsed It stiougly."
The police were out In all directions "No." said the man. "I never wiote
ney, cf.: Waterhouse, rf.
Artillery Mack, c; . p.;
O'l.cary, lb., Smith, 2b.; Ilennelt, Sh ,
MiTurlune, Bfe., Mauls, If.; llthr, cf.;
The Aitlllery and Punuhou teann
will play the flrtt game.
HAD NO LICUN8H6.
after Illicit llcpior sellers last night 1 U10 letter t te li-en sick."
and the result was tho arrest of thren
Portuguese and a Chlnamun, as fol
lovvs: J. Ilorges, Vlllle Sylvu, Manuel I
Vlerra and Kam Won. Tho cases came I
up In the Police Court this forenoon
but were all continued until next week.
Each defendant Is represented hy couu ,
Olllcers Ilenenr nnd Mcnufflo wernl
the ones who made tho raids. They
had an Infoimer who did nil the buy-1
Ing of the gin, whisky, beer and tam-
shu thut was secured, 1
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Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KOMDL, ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened by the ueof pure
cane sugar. We use no cheap
substitute, ONE REA80N
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARE TUB BE8T AND TUB
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everywhere In the city and Wai-Iclkl.
Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
' l)nif a iJtller on Mi- V m Sule thriiuali iwr
kll.lt 111 lillkll It.t ,,r 1 I ... I . l. il. ..t..-
.Insenl, iLrTnn ,.v.,ll,..ii,l. fclmiil pu.li, jh4 , I aujrmi.rk lli.irln
. r "" ---" .......... i .. ui in, imMimaj kcusi in., hew T rk nuTilu.il prince
little frlenilk tn hfnr htm rnltn l.lu cnlnnl in tiuiis anj i i.ti ilit umali. , ,r
lesson In ancient History, put this ques. I '7 , , u , lJv ,, mi
"on,. intlieiUullih ear iiiuiiiln a little iihsu nl.l
Wliat was Atlas''1 innei Bjiienrrlel woull liive lirrhrrinl Ills
, . . " , c(M,iii inr ttincli w now vjml ullcru a milllim
v h'uhi. uiiu wuh suppuseci iu sup
port the world," answered the child.
"Oh, ho supported tho world, did
"Well, who supported Atlas?"
Tho little fellow was nonplussed for
moment, but after a little thought
"I guess he must have mairled a rich
The liltlrllilng uf tile loiw Iji wraturune
1 luieirutiuirs netrleae.1 iie uni big one
ll's i.ay In Hewlett on,' . eiv hut it ki ins
H' 11 hmall innller to lu I tfm ic.ted leuutarl)
A. N. sTnFORD.
oston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
The sectional bookcase lias ev
cry where taken the place of the
old-style cases, so In buying the
only question in the mind of the
buyer Is which of the dlffoiu'it
makes to select.
This Is Important, too, as all
sectional bookcases are not good
nnd some hnto very weak polnw.
The "Gunn" system ts recoy
nlied as the highest standard,
and wo are willing to explain tho
winning points at any time, vo
will be pleased to Bee you at our
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Our Soda Waters
aro everywhere conceded to be
tho highest quality. We sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywhere In the
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
65 Queen St.
Auction Sale In
PN MONDAY, JULY 2lst,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1
will Bell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr, C, It, Hcmenway, trustee. In re the
matter of K. TAKUTA, a bankrupt, all
ot the stock of goods, consisting of gen
eral merchandise, ribbons,. silk strings.
pass books, toys, clothing, crepe, dress
goods, shoes, largo pair scales, cat 11
register, large mirror, show cases.
counters, shelves add a McNcale & III
Jos. F. Morgan,
ON WEDNESDAY, JDLY 23rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the resldenco of Mr. C. J. I.udwlg
Ben, corner of Kecaumokti and I.uni
lllo sticets, I will cll at Public Auc
tion tile entire household furniture,
consisting of handsome parlor furni
ture, cane rockers, oak rockers, easels,
pictures, rugs, center tables, vnwj,
(lower stands, oak book case, halt
chatr3, linTl rack, hall carpet, stair
carpet, mahogany music stand, easy
chairs, piano lamps, stand lamps,
couches, sofa pillows, handsomo heavy
oak dining table and chnlrs, oak ship
board. glass cabinet, oak beds, bureaus,
washstnnds, chlffonlorcs, hair mat
tresses, feather pillows, box coucn,
nets, toilet sets, glassware, cutlery,
crockery. Ice box, meat safe, garland
stove, kitchen utensils, garden tools,
hose. etc.. etc.
All of the above Is an extra fine as
sortment of handsome furniture.
The sale should have a good attsnd-nnce.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
FOR SALE ! !
FIIIST I offer nt Private Sals,
picmlscs on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Ilustace Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one half cnsTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roperty ban a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHen, Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco H500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
tins a right of way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feot.
noomy dwelling on the 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.
65 Queen St