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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1002.
DO YOU USE
mluc Wrapper, with Rett ISnndi
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 genernt House Cleanlncj. Dish Washing, etc, It w 111 not Injure
the hands. Is safer nnd more cconomlcnl t linn tui other Soap
We have a large window dlspla of Seoureno on KIiir Street near
Fort Look nt It, flxo the m In our mind nnd the next tlmo ntt
need nn Scouring Soap give SCOURENE n trial
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
CORNER PORT AND KING 8TREIST8.
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss it. because you will miss doubling
y&ur money In one year or less. Prices
bed rock. Finest, coolest and health
iest location In Honolulu, right on
King St. below Walklkl 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.
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Ttlursity 4 6 M l 4 6 96 o t4 ti 48
Call and see
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT PUNA BY H, L. WILLIAMS & CO.
This water In tnhen from the
famous Volcanli Springs sltuat
td In the District of Puna, Islan I
of Hawaii, where for ears It ha9
In on iifed 1 people living on
the Islands an a euro fin Kidney
Arrangemonts hae been made
with the Fountain Soda Work?
of this f lt to net as our distrib
uting agtntB Si ml all ordi to
i,t 1 nt m
IVrirnl I s lull a
Solid . . nmo 110 82
Chlorine . . OOSOO 50 71
Lime iiijii", 3J4
Magnesia ... C(5 3 S3
Silica . . niMifiS 3 24
Chloilne call 11
latul as salt . S3 tf
i:i)irxi) c shorey.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
(pints) $8 SO
One Case of 50 Bottles
1 pints) $4.23
it liate of One Dollar will lie
nindi upon tin return 01 ship
ping case and Hiu bottles
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
clal agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co, Judd Bldg.
StturJty 16 8 i 1 9 f 46 t j6
Sunliy 17 9 il 1 4'
Moodiy t9 10 4oi )
4 t 11
10 O) ) K
MARIPOSA I TEST
NEW FUEL PROYES
BETTER THAN COAL
Trial Trip Complete Success Bett-r
Speed and Less Difficulty in tbe
Engine Room Navy Re
Last quarter of the moon on the 27th
nt G 45 p. in
Full moon on the 20th. at C:1G a. m.i
Tides from the United States Coast 1
anil Oeodetlc Sun ey Tables. '
The tnics nt Kahtilul nnd Illlo occur1
about nn hour tarller than at Hj
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30ra
glower thnn Greenwich time, bclnc.
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tho
tlmu whistle blows nt 1 30 p m , which 1
Is the sami as Greenwich, Oh Orn.
Weather Duicau I'unnhou, July 12 I
Temperature Morning minimum.
72, Mlddav maximum. 8i!.
llaiometcr nt 9 a. ru. 23.93. railing.'
Itnlnfall 0.20. I
Dew I'olnt 67F I
Humidity nt 9 a m OS per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
22 Weather cloud , wind fresh NK
We wIhIi to notify those Intending to nuikc
on ehll)tt at the .MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
TION FAIR, thnt we are prepared to - -
RENT TRANSCENOENT LAMPS OF 500 C. P.
for the occasion at a very low rate, and
will nttend to the lighting and care of lamps.
Cheaper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
Porter Mure Co,
First-class FURNITURE o! all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street! opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
AT ONE A. M.
"You're the light of my life," she whla
As ho Kissed her once more good
And then from the top of the stairway
Camo a voice, "Well, put out the
THZ KISSING BUGBEAR.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Is thero really any danger
In n Kiss'" he softlv sighed.
Little plnnnlng any plot
'Walt 1 11 to the stalls and listen.
And find nut," she quick repjled.
"Whether papa sleep or not "
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
San Francisco Julj 12. I he Oceanli'
Stiamshlp Company's Pacific liner
Mariposa, which has been ionertel
Into an oil Inirmr, had htr dual trial
istirila and made a showing for tho
new fuel whU h presages the rapid
passing of the dominion of king io.il
The trial was a success In eery way.
and although her engines were not
pressed to nearlv the limit, she pioeJ
herself a knot better with oil fuel than
she did with ioal.
She left the Oceanic dock nt 0 a m.
nnd steamed out to sea until the Faral
tones wire flc miles nstern. Then sh
turned, headed for San Francisco nnd
was speedid nil the way to port.
Die strainers for tho oil pipes had
not been completed and the trial was
made without them. Fuel oil contains
moie or less refuse matter, which Is
held back by the stralneis. In tho
absence of strainers there Is nn occa
fcloti.it clogging of the burners and
without them absolutely perfect com.
bustlon Is Impossible The strainers
were not ready. however, so the trial
proceeded without them.
The .Mariposa came In from the Fn
mlloncs at a speed of 15'i knots. This
was with seventj-slx revolutions of
the propeller and u development of
.'000 horse-power. The Mailposa's en
gines are capable of making and main
taining elghty-lle revolutions under
3500 horsepower but without tho
(trainers It was deemed neither advls-
able nor necessarj to make the attempt
She was not In trim for fast travel
Ing being more than fle feet down by
the stern She had on hoard COO bar
rels of oil, wlili li will be eiilflilent to
, take her to Tahiti and bark
ihe difference between oil and oil
I was nowhere more noticeable thnn In
the nglne room The engine room of
I an oi can-going coal-burning stc-anishla
on n trial tllp Is a sort of pocket edl
tlon of the lower regions. Firemen
fnlnt with the httit nnd the discomfort
Is increased ten-fold li the II) Ing coal
dust and the rattle nnd roar of ash
The flreroom and engine room of
the Mariposa jesterdny wh'en she was
trauling the fastest were the most
popular places on tho ship, Every
guest spent unite n period of his stay
on board down among the machinery
There was no uncomfortable heat and
the lightest tweeds carried nwny no
marks of engine room dirt. The Inferno
of the coal ship proved on the oil ship
to be clean as any other part of tho
vessel There was no dirt and tho
total absence of odor was considered
remarkable by those not familiar wit!)
the use of oil as a fuel.
The engines of the Mariposa mool
with the smoothness of clockwork NoJ
n bearing heated, not a hitch oieurred
and the trial was voted a convincing
demonstration of tho superiority In
ever vva of fuel oil over coal.
Watching the trial for the Navy DO'
partment, under Instruction from Ad'
mlral Melville, were: Commander II,
Monda), Jul) 21
Str. Keaiihou Mosher. for Kalian,
Anahola, Kllnuea, Kalllilwal and Hnnn
Icl. Str. Noinu Wvman for Lahalna,
Knauapnll, Kukuihaele and Honokaa
Schr. Malolu for Haualel nnd Knllht
vval Str. l.chua, Xnopaln, for Moloknl
Tuesday, July 22
Str. Klnau. Freeman, for Hllo and
waj pons at noon
Str Clnudlne. Parker, for Mini ports
at 5 p m.
Sti W O. Hall Thompson for Hnna-
mnultl. Ahuklnl Navvlllvvlll. Lleele,
Koloa and Hnnnpepe at 3 p m
Schr Concoid foi Hawaii ports p m '
Schr Chns I. Woodbur). II nrls. for '
Hllo. nt .", p in !
Schi LYllpe foi Moloknl. Maul and
Hawaii ports, at ." p. m
Schr. Lnilj. for Koolau port ,
S S. Alameda Herrlman, for Saa
Francisco, nt ." p m
S S. Doric, for tho Oilent.
S S Doile fiom Sun Frnnelsco, diirt '
In the nftcinoon. I
iassi:n(Ti:iis di:i'aiiti:d i
For Hllo nnd wny poits, per stmr I
Klnnii, July 2.'. Fo Hllo Itev O. .
W. Wnlkalal. Major A. Harris and
wife. C Snvvnno, Agust Vlelra, C. I..
Clement. M Kawnhnra, Mrs. Mnunahi-
nn. Mis. Kealohapauole, llrother Hen
ry. Hrother Ma)nionil llrother Mat
thias, Brother Theodore, llrother
James, llrother Clnrenec, A V. Ietc i.
I) T Fljnn. Miss Iluike. W. Wilrht,
ft F Ma.vnarcl. For (lie Volcano Mis
M. Ilamnrd Miss C. G llnrnhlser. Foi
Mnhukonn T it. Kcjwoith, T. CUo
Davles C Streckewald. For Kawnl
line Helen Gay, Fieda Gay, Master
F Gaj Master A Ga Mrs. Norrle,
Mrs M fAiufSson, F It GieeuVvell, J.
D. I'arls For Maalaea L K. Akana,
Mrs J Cohln.
UOOKFD TO di:iaiit.
For -Muni ports per sir Claudlne,
Jul) 22 For Kahuliil Miss A llrucf.
.Miss M Freck llrother Ilernaid llioth
ei Laurence llrother Leonard llroth
er Fudlnand, J Fietes Geo I Hobln
son, II. Mnikk S II l'almer. I)r Dln
cgar J. M Coulson A Hohertson and
wife, Hurold Castle F. S. Harrison,
I. mn King Teng Ah Lin nnd two sous
Lieut McCoimlck. I) I. Van Dine,
llrother Maurice. llrother Finnic
Ilrothei Mm tin, Ilrothei Chuiles, For
Lahalna C Senile. J. Vannntta Aping
Hc K loklmuso nnd wife For Hana
II F. Wthselan. M. V. Movvbru.
r22 T 'C f . -? -Vr y
II, Steveimon, V. S N. nnd Lieutenant
Wlnchill of the Fnlted States Bhlp
Ilotton The last named ofllcer lias
bem ditulled to aiiompiin the Mari
posa to Tahiti for the purpose of mak
ing n detailed report to the department
on the practicability of oil fuel for
ocean steamships on long voyages.
Captain II Z. Howard, superintend
ent of the Oceanic Steamship Company,
uttc tided to tho navigation of the
steamship, and the company's superln
tindlng engineer, E. T. Morris, took
charge of tho machlnery.m The oil
burning apparatus was attended by the
patentees. Gruntlell & Tucker, and
Superintendent II. S. Mooro of the Mis
don Iron Works, with n corps of as
sistants looked out for things belov
Will a rare comblnnllon of the vtselrl
nnd beautiful Interest ou7
Hermsdorf fast black cotton In plain
a a ""d Hlelielleii ribbed. '
t 52ltC Non-crocking black cotton, In medium,
light and heavy weight, $2.75 Dor.
Onyx black Ingrain plain lisle, e.U (i
spliced heel and toe.
. o Ingrain black lisle, superior quality,
At OOC Kembrnnt ribbed.
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton fine
gauge, medium height, $4.00 Dor.
Onyx black gauze cotton, high spliced
heel and toe, double sole.
MKf- a,t black superfine plain cotton, em
tFVfw broldered In colors.
Fancy stripes In all colors, with laco
boot and allover lace effect, $5.75 Ooz.
Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very
A . high class article.
At i DC Fancy all-lace lisle In sky, pink, hullo
Lace ITsle onyx black embroidered
j. j f( '(li dainty colors.
L IUvl Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc., $11.50 Doz.
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vertlcle pa'--
ET( terns In pink, sky and blue with black.
l. lOU Brilliant lisle, high colored top wttn
onx black Jacquarcl boot.
A4- Q AA Extra superfine silk with re enforce!
L JJ heel toe nnd solo.
Also a complet st k if Children's Hoe, Infant's Socks anJ Stn't Half Hoe
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
not n I
II I I l T
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
OIFICE llOCtS SUM1AVS TltLll
OUR DENTAL WOltK
Is an Ncnr PAINLESS as
Good DcntlMtpy can be.
WL ARE t I' TO DATE
I'rkv ai Luw a the Lowest in the City
All Work GuarantveJ
SUier rilling (koialkJ) - - 50c
CuU rilllncs, - - - tlwl'p
GOOD FOR WARM WEATHER
NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
If you want a beer of the most delicious hop flavor a pale,
pur" lir!i ot finest hops nnd malt, order a dozen of "Anchor
Unsurpassed by nny beer In the market.
It Is gunrnutccd pure.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and .Merchant Sts. TELEPHONE SOS
65 Queen St.
'OK WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho residence ot Mr. C. J. Lutlnlg
1 sen, corner of Keeaiimolcu nnd Luni
Illlo sticetR, I will sell nt l'ubllc Auc
'tlon tho entire household furniture,
consisting of linndsomo parlor furnl
I turc, cane rockers, oak rockers, easels,
pictures, rugs, center tables, ac3,
Honor Btnnds, oalc book ense, hall
chairs, hall rack, hall carpet, stnlr
enrpct, mnhogany music stnnd, ea3y
chair?, plnno lamps, stnnd lamp?,
couches, sofa pillows, linnilBoino heavy
oak dining tabic nnd chnlrs, oak sld
bonrd.glnss cabinet, oak beds, bureaus,
j wnshslcnds, chlffonleres, hair mat
tresses, feather pillows, box couen,
nets, toilet sets, glnssvvnrc, ctitlorv.
I crockery, leo box, meat safe, gailiud
stove, kitchen utensils, garden toils,
hose, etc., etc.
j All of the nliovo Is nn extra fine nt
1 sortment of linndsomo furniture.
' Tho sale should have a good nttsad-nnce.
Also two hothouses full of ferns,
palms and maidenhair ferns.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Yii nt lad will tnke ten.
pornry position as houekeepei.
NOTICE O? STOCKHOLDERS'
The nnti lal mfet'nu of the stock
holders of thi McCabe, Hamilton &
He nny Co Lt"! ha been called by IN
Vice Ireslln' fot Tuesda, July 29th.
lfuj.' at 4 ) !)' p m nt the ottlco of
the Compiai .v ljueen stieet
H. G HOLT,
Honolmi. T K Julv 21st 19'J2.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is b.!reoy given that tho ani
mals described blow have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Alaklkl, Koai Island of Oahu, and
unless the pjund fees and damages
are sooner aitUfled will be sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
July 18 1V)Z lUan gelding branded
I' It on tun lt hind leg
July 19. 1102 Black gelding, branded
J 0 T n n th" right nnd J O on tho
ft.lt hind IJgs
Tho above straved animals will bo
sold on Silurdav Aug Z 19d2, 12 noon.
If not called for before tbe date men
tioned. K. KHKEUNE.
2204 3t Poundmnster.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If lt
falls to cure. H. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 26 cents.
Krncst on Lcyden, one of Germanv's
best known medical authorities and au
then s celebrated Ills seventieth birth
day icccntly He has been one of tho
lcadeis In the fight ngalnst cancer nnd
tiibeiculosls, nnd It Is largely duo to
his efforts thnt moro thnn a hundred
snnltnrlums for consumptives have
been built In Germany during the last
decade. A few years ago he was sum
moned to St. Petersburg to nttend the
Our Soda Waters
aro ovurywhre conceded to be
tho highest quality. Wo sell
35e THE DOZEN.
Delivery fr anywhere In tho
city. Al. orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
Theso Social Paradoxes.
Polly Amitle savs, ou mado joir
self horilbly lonspluious at tho musi
cals last night,
Dolly (young and Ingenue) Well,
I'd like to know what she'd call Incon
spicuous' George aud I were quite out
of sight, clear around the turn In tho
Btnlrs, the whole evening' Smart Set.
Terrltor of Hawaii. )
Island of Oahu )ss.
City of Honolulu, )
Cecil Drown nnd V. O. Cooper, being
each duly sworn, depose and say tint
they aro respectively President nnJ
Cnshler of THH I'lUST AMnitlCA.N
SAVINGS & TItUST CO. OF HAWAII.
LTD. nnd thnt the following schedule
Is n full, true, Just nnd accurate state
ment ot the affairs of tho snld THH
I'lltST AMERICAN SAVINGS ti.
TItUST CO. OI' HAWAII, LTD., to nr.cl
Including tho 30th dny of June, 1902.
Bitch schediilo being required by sec
tion H. of the Hanking Act of 1SSL
The Capital of tho Company Is $250,
000. divided Into 23U0 shaies of the
value of $100 each. The numbei of
shares Issued Is 2300, nnd tho shares
are fully paid up.
The i.inbilltles of the Company on
the 1st da of Julj, 190, were as fol
lows. Capital J2JO.000 0J
I count C.230.09
Its 9,509 22
Suspense A c
Tho AsBcts of
t li e Co 111 pan y
on tho 1st day
of July, 1902.
w ero as fol
lows: Hills Recelv-
Honds 53,200 00'
Cash on baud
c r it 0 d to
1902 0,258 10
ON THURSDAY, JULY 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence of MRS. MATHU
SON, In thu lane off of King street.
Inniiosltt) South street. I will Bell It
public miction the household furniture
, consisting of black walnut nnd oak
center tables, handsome cane rockers,
'onk nnd cherry rockers, iipholstere-l
'settee, hanging lamps, portieres. Iron
nnd onk beds, oak bureaus nnd wnsi
, stnnds, chest drawers, nets, bed
cIotficB, feather pillows, handsome
'heavy oak dining table. White sewing
I machine hi perfect order, refrigerator,
oil stove, etc, etc.
All of the above Is a verj clean lot
I of furniture
JAS. H. MORGAN.
$512,231 89 $512,231 S3
(Signed) CDCIL BROWN,
(Signed) W. G. COOPKR,
Subscribed and svvoin to beforo mo
this 21st day of July, 1902.
(Signed) OHO. L DIGKLOW,
Notary Public, Tlrst Judicial Clrcu't.
I horeby certify that the foregoing In
a true and faithful copy of the original
statoment or schediilo of THD FIRST
AXinitlCAN SAVINGS & TRUST CO
OF HAWAII. LTD , sworn to before me
on tho 2d day of July, 1902.
GEO L DIGELOW
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit
FOR SALE ! !
FinST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing rcsldenco ot C. Hustaco Esq.; 13
feet on Deretanla street, 171 fee
deep; prlco $9000; one half casli, bal
nnco on mortgngc 7 12 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnnu St.,
nt 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 thrco Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltcllen. Hath,
largo Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
line a right ot way entrance to 13 ere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St,
ICC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. Onohalf cash, balance on
mortgago nt 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
r'ght of way to Deretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A MERRY GAME.
Hetty hud Dellnda Ames
Had the pleasantcst of games;
Tvvas to hide from one anothei
Maimaduko, their bab) brother.
Once, Dellnda, little love,
Hid the bab In tho stove.
Such a Joko' for little net
Hasn't found the linby jet'
- Carol n Wells In Smart Set.
65 Queen St