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DO YOU USE
inluc Wrappers with Red Band)
IP NOT, WHY NOT V
IT IS UNDENIABLY THE BEST SCOURING SOAP IN THE WORLD
FOR PAINTS, FLOOR CLOTHS, WOOD AND MARBLE FLOORS,
BATH TUBS, ETC.
POLISHES Tin, Brass and Copper Ware of all kinds
In general House Cleanlnc, Dlh Wathlng, etc., It will not Injure
the hand. Is safer ami more (conomlrnl than any other Soap.
We have n large window display of Scourene on Kins Street, near
Fort. Look nl it, IHo the name In jour mind and the net time -.mi
need anv Scouring Soap glvo SCOURENE n trial
B. O. HALL & SOKLtdi
CORNER POUT AND' KING STREETS.
iiSee the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepowcr. This
Is tho best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. I), and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building,
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT PUNA BY H, L, WILLIAMS & CO,
This water Ik taken fiom the
famous Volcanic Springs xltnpt
ed In the District of Putin. Mail I
of Hawaii, where for ears it linn
been used by pioplc living on
the Islands as u dire for Kldnej
Arningcmi nts have been made
Willi the Fountain Soda Win kg
of this city to act ns our distrib
uting agents Send nil ord-n to
IVr cent I s (..ill,, ii
Solids n.JSSO lin.92
Chlorine V.uStiU 10.71
l.lme n.niir,.! 3.im
Magnesia (i.imCfl S.h'J
Slllcn O.oijur, 3.24
lated ns salt .. S3 0
CPJirND C SHOllKY.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
One Case of 50 Bottles
rebate of One Dollar will be
made upon the leturn of ship
ping take and li'O bottles
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling
'ydur money In one year or less. Prices
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
iest location In Honolulu, right on
King St. below Waiklki Turn, on line
of Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
houses from $700 up and guarantee
renters for this price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
cial agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
Saturday., ,,,.,,,, I19
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Full moon on the 2Uth, nt C:1C a. ci.
Tides from the Fnlted States Coast
and Deodctlc Survey Tables. )
Tho tides nt Kahulul and Illlo occur i
about mi hour enrller than nt IIj
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lull .IDra
Blotter than (Ireenvvlch time, helm;
that of the meridian or 157.30. Tho,
tlmo whistle blows at I-3D p. m which
Is the same as Greenwich, Oh Om.
Wenthrr Uurenu, I'unnliou. July 21.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 8.1,
llaiometer nt 9 a. m. 30.00. Illslng. '
Dew Point CSI'.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. C!) per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
21. Weather clear; wind fresh Nil
Sunday, July 19.
S. S. Alameda, llerilmau, from San
Str. W. 0. Hall. Thompson, from
I.ehiia. Naopala, fiom Molokat
(Contlnueo from Page 1 )
10ST PROM BLADE
, Territory of (law all, )
:i Island of Oahu. )ss.
i City of Honolulu, )
Yistenlny afternoon nt about 1
O'clock when the (Hobo Navigation
Company's steamer Tamplco was being
inoed from the Pacific Mall dock,
where she was moored upon hei nr-
ivill lit this unit nn Rntnrdiiv (I mtu
ill-.toveri.-d that she was minus one of mi'nl of ,1"' ""nl of '? M TUT
Cecil Drown nml W. (. Cooper, being
each duly sworn, depose and say tlnl
they are respectively Piesldent nnJ
Cashier of Till: FIRST AMIMtlCAN
SAVINtlS & TBl'ST CO. OF" HAWAII.
LTD., nnd that the following schedulo
Is a full, true. Just and accurate stati-
among his own people by tho remarks
made by him at Kalllil Friday night
r.m In Kmmn Striare Siturdiv ma-hi
- - ...,. ........ .......
The Home Ilulers will probably hn'd her propeller blades. Just when ami '"'sl A.MbltlUA.N hA I.iifc A:
no more meltings In the city ttils week where she lost It inn not be told as TltUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD., to and
since all of the leaders will be 111 tb nothing amiss was noticed during the luillnj; the 3Uth dny or June. 1902.
country district... poyngc nnd the tilp was made In good R"cl1 schedule being required by s-
time, numely 9 days and 20 hours. As ,l0" H. of the flanking Act of 1884.
BOOKED TO Dri'UlT I ct ,lle l)rl',ell'r lln!, not l','i closely The Capital of the Company Is $2."0.-
,, ' ' ' ' I examined and It Is not known Just In wo. divided Into 230U shares of the
tor hanj-ranclsco. per S. S. Alame I whtll manner the accident happened, value of $)oi) each. The number of
da, July ..,. A. L. rtussell nnd wire. jt H mipposed, however, that the bolts shares Issued Is 231111. and the shares
"vm. J. Morris, It. O. Henderson j hlch held the blade In place, became ale rally paid up.
Austin (21. Masters V. and F. (JimIrh ( loosened until the weight of the blade The Liabilities of the Company nn
Mrs. (.rlswold. Percy Orlswold. Mm. detached It so that It Is now lying the 1st day of Julv, lo2, were as rol-
.wtviiiij-iiiKKiiis. .rs. iv. w. cooper, on tne liottom of the ocean somew hero lows:
Miss K. it. cooper, Mrs. Carroll, CnpL
C. Caplllos, A. Warner and wife,
Anthony, Miss Fletcher. 0. (indscll nnd
mother, Miss McClease. Miss Coiseii.
Hon. A. S. WTlcox nnd wife, Miss Wil
cox, Master Mahelona, John Mulr and
wife, Mrs. Mulr nnd cMId, A. 11. Coo;
cr. J. I). Kennedy. Jaspar McDonald
nnd wife, T. Wllhelm, W. C. Weedon,
Oeo. P. castle, Mr. Valentine, K J. Sac'
ler. W. It. Clarke. W. C. N'lessen, C D.
netw cen here and Seattle. Capital
I Luckily, the Tamplco canies a couple Deposits
of spare propeller blades so that the DIUdcnd Ac-
accident will only result In a small count
waste of time. The steamer Is nt prcs- Umlhlilcd jiroV-
rnt discharging ut the Flshnuirket ns
i wnan. sue win go on the marine rall
' wu Hits afternoon ami will have a new
I blade put on there
1 The Tnmplco will, with one excep-
tlon, be the laigest w-xsel eer pot on
the local marine inllway. She will not
230,000 0 J
243,892 1 1
Snyilei. wife and child. I). Lnmln (1.
It. Muiray. J Rosenbtng. wife nn 1 "e I,ul "" m'r ''"""' 'ngth. howeer,
child: Hon. ueo. N'. wileux w n I 't being sullli lent to inlse her stem bo
Chamberlain, K. 1). Gregory. A. Cnro.
A. W. Dowd, J. Camp, W. Southard
V. Carter. Master Samuels, Mrs. Sam
uels, Miss Samuels, C. Samuels nnd
son. It. P. Glasgow. II. Menlck. Cant.
W. II. JIarston. A
Geo. II. Falrchlld.
Stem, F. Wilton,
Oyster Day. L. I.. July 10, Her own
pluck nnd quickness and the prompt
ness A the President to act In an cmcr
tXWif kaved llttlo Ethel Jlooseelt
from serious Injury, perhaps from
death, today. With her rather, mother
nnd two or her brothers she was out
for a ennter on the Cove Neck road, I
when tho saddle girth of her liorso
gae way, and as tho animal slipped
over tho mutiny road the saddle turned
under the girl and the horse bolted
The child seized the horse's mane and
held on, nt tho same time sharply cry
ing "Whoa!" Tho President turned
saw her peril, pulled his own horse to
that the propellei gets out or the wn-
tcr. Tho largest esscl cer put on
the marine rnllwnv here was the ninn-
I of-war Nlpslc which came to this poit I'01"11'
i Tor lenalis after the irn-at burrli-nnn Cash on
In Samoa In 18S8, when the Vandnllu
nnd other vessels were lost.
As soon ns her piopeller has been
put in shape the Tamplco will go back
to tho Flshmnrket wluirr when- she
will discharge the rest or her uirgo.
She will then pioceed to load nml '
scheduled to sail tor Seattle on Wed
There Is a demand for Information
concerning the ailment of Imps. Whole
colonies nre often carried away by con
tagious diseases, and epldemlis occa
sionally occur that sweep whole sec
tions of tho country. A study of bee
, diseases is to bo undertaken by the
i I'nlted States division of entomologv
during the coming year.
The Assets of
t h e Company
on the 1st dny
of July, 1902.
were ns fol
lows: llll Is Ileceiv-
In bank C3,39i;."9
e r u o d to
J ii n e 3 0 t h,
Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
muu, fiom Kauai
Keaiihou, Mosher. fiom Kauai
Wilt a rare combination of the tiscltil
nnd beautiful Interest you?
Hermsdorf fast black cotton In plain
and Hlchelleu ribbed.
Non-crocking black cotton, In medium,
light and heavy weight, $2.75 Doz.
Onyx black Ingrain plain lisle, c.itva
spliced heel and toe.
Ingrain black lisle, superior quality,
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton fine
gauge, medium helgut, $4,00 Doz.
Onyx black gauze cotton, high spliced
heel nnd toe; double sole.
Af ?Of r"t black uperfine plain cotton, em-
nl uuv broldered In colors.
Fancy stripes In nil colors, with lace
boot and nllover lace effect, $5.75 Doz.
Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very
A it ' high-class article.
At lOC Fancy all-lace lisle In sky, pink, hello
Lace lisle onyx black embroidered
with dainty colors.
Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc.. $11.50 Doz.
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vertlclo pa4
terns In pink, sky and bluo with black.
Brilliant lisle, high colored top wltn
onyx black Jacquard boot.
Extra superfine silk with re enforced
heel too nnd sole.
Also a complete sto. k of Children's Hose, Infant's Socks and Aden's Hilf Hoe'
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
a halt and in an instant had lilted tuo
girl to safety.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per monlB.
Nino thousand gallons of beer were
destroyed recently by n file which gut-
1,1,1 n I.I All l.VI, ... 1,n...llnn,n.l ........
(Signed) CECIL I1ROW.V.
(Signed) W. G. COOPEIl,
Subscribed and swoin to befoie mo
Ibis 21st day of July, 19o2.
(Signed) GEO. I. IHGBI.OW,
.Votary Public, Flist Judicial Clrcu't.
I hereby certlry that the roregolng la
n truo and fnltlirul copy of the original
statement or schedule of THE FIltST
AMERICAN SAVINGS & TUUST CO.
OF HAWAII. LTD . swoin to befoie mo
on the 2d day or July, 1902.
OEO. I.. 11I0EI.OW
Notary Public, First Judicial Clicult
I 11.1. M.T
II. I. Ill
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
(urru nmTiiL6i m
orriCC llutps SUVDCV& TILL la M.
OUR DENTAL VVOIJK
Is ii Near FAULTLESS ns
Good,DentlHtpy can be.
W'l. AWL Tv TO I1ATL
I'rke a Low a the Limr&t In itie Cll.
Alt Work Cluannli-eJ.
Slim I Minus lo callej) . 50c
OulJ FlIllnKi, - - - U1'F
Str. Maul, Dennett, from Maul ports,
Schr. Concoul. fmm Hawaii ports.
Monday. July 21.
"sor. bk. Aeolus, lloneson, 56 days'
fiom Newcastle, with 87ti Ions coal, j
Str. K.iliitnnl. orr Diamond Head, at
2 p. lu. I
Monday. July 21. I
Str. John Cummins. Senrle. ror Koo-I
lau ports, at II a. m. ,
Str, Lcliua, Naoii.ila, ror Molukai1
ports, at 3 p. in. .
Str. Noeau. Wnian, ror Lahalna I
Kaanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhaele.i
at 5 p. 111. '
Str. Keaiihou, Mosher. ror Kapaa.l
Anahola, Kallhlwnl, Kllauea and Hana
lrl, at 3 p. m. I,
Schr. Malolo. lor Hanalel and Ka-l'
llhlwal. p. m. ,
Am. bkt. Hobert Sudden, Jnnscn, ror
Str. Klnau, Fieeman, ror llllu nnd
way ports, at noon.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, ror Maul ports
at 3 p. m.
Schr. Lady, lor Koolau ports, p. m.
From Kauai ports, per str. W. G.
Hall, July 20. W. E. Ilowell, A. S,
Wilcox and wile. G. N. Wilcox. Miss
Ethel Wilcox, Sam Mahehona. Mrs. P.
Biiva, .miss Jane Woolery. Miss J. A.
Palmer, Mrs. H. von Holt. II. T. Hay.
Seidell, T. II. Kejvvoith, Mrs, I'liauna
P. Lempke. wire and two children.
Mrs. Tltcomb. F. Carter, Win. Suther
land, Chus Williams-. A. W. Dow, Jmi.
Ka1naiHiu.1l. Mr. Hamburg. Ng Mon
War, Akana and child, II. Awnnii.
Chung Chow. Lie Chow, Chung Chlf,
wife and two children. N. Loveuess.
and 13 ili-ck.
From Maul iiorts, per str. Claudlne,
July 20. Gov. S II. Dole, E. S. Iloyd,
C, II Dke and wife. Sister Ephren,
Sister Eulalln. M. K. Keohokalole, J.
W. Ilergstrom, W. E. Shaw. A. Enos
Jr. and wife. Dr. It. It. Dlnegar, E. M.
Llndholm, E. M. Sco'vllle, wife nnd two
children, L. A. Ilartlett, C. Streck
vvald, G. 11. Curtis. .1. F. Howler, Mis
Kapewa, Mrs. V. Ekela, Mrs. J. Gon
salves. J. Mitchell and wife. Miss C.
Ilenjamln, Chock See. Ilev. J. P. Ka
plhe, ltev. W. Plohla, A. S. Medelros.
J. A. Gonsalves, Miss Steele, Mrs. J.
J. Drummond. Miss E. Druiiiiuond,
Miss Monlz. Mis. Alencastre nnd child,
Mrs. E. Goldstein and child, Abmla
Malkal. Itev. J. E. Keklpl, J. Urwln
nnd wile, Mrs. Plemer and child, C. F.
Clemens, Ah Ping and wire. E. P.
Jones, C. Boise, Miss D. Itilhl, Mrs. J.
II. Wilson, and 41 deck. I
Trom San Francisco, per S. S. Ala"-
meda. July 20. W. H. Clark, A. II.
Crook. Miss L. A. Curtis, J. A. M.
Earlc, Mrs. Earle nnd child, Senatoi
Flynn, Miss E. C. Gay. P. Hatzfeld,
Mrs. Paul U. Iscnberg, II. T. James, C.
J. Jennings, Miss Jennings, A. Kntz,
Mrs. Kntz, Mrs, L. G. Kellogg and
child. J. T. MtCrossen, Miss J. It. Mix,
Miss L. W. Mix. Illshop F. Hopert, A.
C. Ilross. A. It. Scott. Mrs. E. G. Scott,
Miss A, L. Sheridan, Miss G. Sheridan.
It. D. Sllllman. Mrs. Sllllmnn, C. Vanl
man, J. II. Watson, S. W. Wilcox, Mrs.
Wilcox. Miss E. II. Wilcox, Miss M. I.
Wilcox and O. E. Williams.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Ko An
Hon, July 19. Wm. Wilson.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Nllliau,
July 19. Mr. Adams, Miss Adams.
GOOD FOR WARM WEATHER
NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
If you wint a beer of the most iWMIclous hop flavor a pale,
pore brew of dnest hops nnd malt, order a dozen of "Anchor
Urmurpastied by any beer In the market.
It la gunrnuteccl pure.
LOVEJOY Sz CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and .Merchant 8t. TELUPIIONE 308
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED By y )i ng lad.v position ;n
do light hauif-w jrs. or caro lor babv.
Call 1270 Beretanla St 2203-lw
FOR SALE Dirt cheap, furniture of
7-room houi. rentrally located
pt Iv liege of rntlr.? house
A Boon to Plantation
EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR
JUST RECEIVED another shipment
of JNO. POTTIE & SON'S' CELEBRA
TED AUSTRALIAN HORSE, CATTLE
SHEEP SWINE and POULTRY REM
EDIES. A list of the medicines car
jrled in stock:
no reae-1 scottus nn. cnn,hinCT nn. u-m,.. n. m..,.
onablo 0lTr r..s-i L. J Miller. ?" c-linOM..ColJrn Oil, Lily lu'lr Oil,
We biv e-f-l'-nt stor
ago spa. fir lent In a
jirnctbally trt proof brick
If you want to store
your furntturs sarely ror
any length of tim- we will
move It pack It and store
It until agiln called for.
Our stor-iir oaiges are at
the rat.' of 7ic per ton
nieaiurjnii'a p"r month.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
ii . " Sl", t"''1 Lotion. Uron Lotion
manKr inimrni, minze Jllt Mtnz inj Tick Ul
Jji llullocks,Whltt Ointimin,GolJmOintmmi, Blick
Olnlmtiil, Vaulliw Olntm.nl, Hwif Omtment Hool
OIH, Hool Polish ill colon RM.ifn-OI then
e makt a luce noitment Tht chill ure-LlquU
SwUne Ulliter, Nmmniktt Bllllei. GolJtn Hunt
llllilcr, CtnthiriJIne Bllxtr lollne Dlltlrr, Electric
OH Ulllr Ciol'inOII lllltr,CuHlc vny turn.
Soifj-AWJkili July Soips, .i.grnJ in pilce,
Uo'.?.OJ?t1'' vllilj. Horw Soapi In varlny. Stip
anJ Wool Soaps, lor Verminc In variety, lie Lotion
an4 Ointment a ipiclalty of zreat value Cancer
Ktmcjiei me pestin tne market. (JueenslanJ Manee i
jjlp-a specialty Cole ani Ollpa Drink Jark, i
IllooJ Tonic Drink Couch Mlitur. Drink. Lunc
llalm Drink, Fever Drench llrlrk Worm Drench, lor I
Horses Purcallve Drench. Conjaion Powjtri, alter
atlve PinrJoi. I 'line lo Jers. Ulool I'owJers, Worm
Mow-en. Astrlncent PoJers, Ai I'onJen. Stomach I
Pwwi-rt, Nervine PowJers Coueh Pou'ers Purea
UVe '.'V."-''"-. i"ynl' I'owJert, Antliran anJ I
ulooi Poison Powders I
65 Queen St.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho residence of Mr. C. J. Ludwlg.
sen, corner of Kecaumokii and Luni
lllo sticcts, I will sell at Vubtlc Auc
j tlon flio entire household furniture,
consisting of handsome parlor furnl
i ture, cane rockers, oak rockers, easels,
1 pictures, rugs, center tables, vases,
i flower stands, oak book cape, halt
'chairs, hall rack, hall carpet, stair
carpet, mahogany music stand, easy
j chalr-, piano lamps, stand lamps,
couches, sofa pillows, handsome heavy
oak dining tnblo and chairs, oak side
board. glass cabinet, oak beds, bureaus,
vvashstnnds, chlffonleres, hair mat
tresses, feather pillows, box coucn,
nets, toilet sets, glassware, cutlery.
trockcry, Ico box, meat safe, garland
Btove, kitchen utensils, garden tools,
hose. etc.. etc.
All of tho nbovo Is an extra lino as
soitmcnt of handsomo furniture.
The sale should hnvc a good attend
ance. Also two hothouses full or ferns,
palms and maidenhair ferns.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON THURSDAY, JULY 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Mm
At the residence of MRS. MATIU
SON, In tho lane off or King street,
opposlto South street, I will sell it
public miction tho household furniture
consisting or black walnut and oak
center tables, handsome cano rockers,
onk nnd cherry rockers, upholstered
settee, hanging lamps, portieres. Iron
and oak beds, oak bureaus and wnsn
stands, chest drawers, nets, bed
clotfies, leather pillows, handsomo
heavy oak dining table. White sewing
machine In perfect order, refrigerator,
oil stove, etc.. etc.
All of the above Is n, very clean lot
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FOR SALE DY-
C. W, MAGFARLANE
Washington Light Co.
"y eA ft
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KOMEL, ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened bv the use of pure
cane sugar. W u- no cheap
substitute, ONE REASON
WHY OUIl BEVERAGES
ARETlin BEST AND THU
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everywhere In the uty anJ Waiklki.
A Munich tailor proposes to lessen
mo perns or not climates uy clothing
mndo on approved optical principles.
The outer layer Is or vvhito material to
rellect rays, nn nn Inner layer or black
or other colored rabrlc Is expected to
abborb tho chemically active light rays.
Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort 8treet.
On,c a IM-Jillr ,.,, ,Iih l'nt ci. Id ihMM.i. ..
Klriit push, anJ grind an' ovcrwnik, cii.irl
nriMUMaj Kciusi the IVcw y rt nun-luni prince
Kaiiiiil minimis ani I 'imlmsi. Hie Iwnalu ol cic
I'rulialily oiiopllilans aihlce ami help, sciurcj
In the ,l.ia ,.f liln calk urueiiln, a little glass al.l
timclva4ikvlwnltil, mil,l luce pintrvnl hli
e)csii;lit lur ulilcli he now valiil otliis a million
The hltlelhliura ul life count lur Meal ur uoe
I lllle Iruuhles, neiilevteil, lcome hit- ones
It s tasy In ntj-UcI one's ejes hut It m ins
It s a small niatlcr In have Hum toted reuulailt
hut It S.UIS
A. N. SANFORD.
oston Building, Fort 6trett. I
Over May & Co.
FIltST I offer nt Privato Sale.
' promises on Deretanla street, adjoin-
Ing resldenco of C. Hustnco Kiq.; 130
1 feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
'deep; prlco J9000; ono-half casli, bal
t anco on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
I SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau SL
tf 115 feet nnd a depth of 112 feeL
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. KltcHen. IJath,
laigo Carriage House. Price $1500.
I Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
hns a right of way entrance to Dere
I THIItD Premises on Klnau St, ad
(joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau SL
3CG feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
n'ortgngo nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Hai
right of wny to Deretanla SL
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
M. F. BERTELiyiAtN'tt
IS - MOVED j
To rear of old sUnd. Entrance v,
Kim street. Ordns left at either aaoi I
or office at John NoU's itore, Klai
street, will receive prompt atfentloi- I
Weekly edition ofthe Bulletin, $1 a
65 Queen St