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ed In the Dlxtrti t or Puna Man I
of Hnvvall where for o.irs it linn
been used by people living on
the Inlands as a (lire ful Kidney
Arrangements hae been made
with the Fountain Soda W'urKe
of this rliy to act as out dhltlb
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Ylitorln, 1). C, July 15 -Details an' San Franc Iseo .Iul lr. The re.
given In the'Chlnesc papers received mains of the late Capriilii William
here today by tho steamship Knipioss' Wind nf the steamship Illo do Jnnilrn
of India of the blowing up of the Chi lull! find n final resting place In ''In
nese cruiser Kal Chi. which was l)lng Iclgh, N. C, wnere two brothers and
at Htdakiuin and used as u tr.iluliu; two sisters of tho deceased reside,
ship. The first report placed the loss When the headless body, e-nst aslinro
of life at 210. but the moic reliable p.i-lncnr Tort linker last week, was Id-ntl
pers sa It will not exceed 140. tc by the gold wnlch found on It. the
At the time of the explosion Captain in,nny friends of the unfortunate com
Lee and .-everul of the olllceis were, mnn,er of the Illo de Janei ro, who wn
ashore, four olllceis having been left , 08t , thn ,Uflnf)or of ,Vbrllary ;..
a charK(. of the cruiser, Before 1-av, , ht lo lp , b
lng hi. ve-.se captain Lee give In- ,, Telegraphic Instructions were le
structlons to tire it salute foi the .la- ,., , ,.,', , , , ... ,
panose, ruber Atago. which was about ,'' 5 'rn.c'n, u" : , '"' V'
due. Tho Japanese vessel had just "' ' tr u'1ta1p,a " Ur''' ""V-os, log
dropped her anchors when the Chinese lm . "" (,r" " '" lf,rttur'1"11 ' "
cruiser went up like a bomb and sank lrl,"h Ul.o.it .lolny.
out of sight even befote the debris. I ('ee J Lnmbloy of this city an
which had been hurled at least a bun- '"" "' ,"" '" u,c "al" """"' na or
clred feet In the air. came down The """''l ttl"' the- sail task of forwnid
mangled bodies of the vlitlms weie"nR, ' 0'ly " """ K,'"t "" "n cn'ly
mled with the Iron, steel and wood ,lalu ""tcrday morning from San Ita
work of the doomed cmlser ami of all f'"'' l0 thl" rlt' " "as convojcil irom
on board onl two came out alive The ,,K' flrr ,,0l"lt "' a undertaking pa'
geneial belief Is that a light vv.ib cat- lo1 a ""'rt' I'X'pan-il for shipment to
rled Into the magazine when the men "10 n'- '-"'ased in a massive casket
went to get the bhvlls to lire llm ",c l,oJ' "' dispatched Inst evening
salute. n the overland train to Its destlna
The explosion was felt severed) on ""n
board tho I'nlted States chip Helena Tho Coroner of San Hnfael still re
the Jupanese cruiser and on the vessel tains possession of the Bold vvatc h -ind
In that portion of the river, while on other valuables found on Cnpnin
land the shock was felt for four or llvoVaid's body and ns soon as ho ro
nines anu one vessel seven miles away
on the ilver felt It.
BUSY ON VVATI1K FHONT.
lhls afternoon Is BOlng to be n very i
busy one on the watei front, no less,
than two large pukm'Tikci sieameis, ouo
freighter and a couidu of local steamcia
Tho Alameda will sail for San Trail
clico at G o'clock, her depaitmc belui;
attended by the band and the usual
honors due to tho local boat.
The Doric will leave foi Oriental
ports. IncludlnB Manila, at 4 o'.talt1
and finally the Olobo Navlgallou Co i
steamer Tamplco Is scheduled to stall
for Seattle direct at 5 o'clock. '
Tho consumption of meat In Lnglaud
lias reached the total of 113 pounds a
Bead it year, which Is more than doj
blc what It was fifty years ago. i
PUNA BY H. L WILLIAMS & CO,
IN r rut
Solids . . n ISS'I
Chlorine . . . V.ustiU
Kill j ihnrlc Add
Magnesia . ...imhii;i;
latid as salt
A ii bate of One Dollar will he
made upon the return of ship
nltiK use and luu bottles.
TELEPHONE .MAIN 270
CAP!. WARD'S BODY
Reives written instructions from tho
Wurd family he will turn tho nrtiei-j
over to Mr. Lnmblev. who will then
forward them to the lelatlves uf tho
I The steamer Mlkaluila m rived from
Kau.il ports this mornlnK at 7 10
I o'clock with 23M; haps of sugar, 130
baBS rice, 20 bead cattle and 5(1 pai k
i ages sundries. I'urecr Krlel gives tho
fnllnu. Imr unnnrt nt 01. . .1 r. .
j " ; . "" ' , 'T ' " i. ' ,, T "r
" ' rk n. In. W I PHm ",?
;.,, a ""' "J?-"- .J""1 "
?,o , Pll JJl,h.r G80 "'
'Z,i 1 Z ,,L 1, V, K?"V-
e icissing channel light northeasterly
winds with smooth seas."
TllB f()u0BI1R Bllgur s rcnortei, ,
Kual ,)0rts .aily for Bnpnlcnt. K s
j , i:tou hags. M A K 1450- (1 S. It
300. and Mcll , 1300." '
OOl I) .
ll'l I. v T
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepovver. This
Is tho best lamp on the 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.
Detroit Mich., July 14 C J. Ham
llns 11 a. I; pacer Direct Hal, with IM
Ocers lu the suflcy mnde memnrnhlo
(ho openlnB of the Detroit Drlvini;
Club's blue ribbon meotliiB at Orosu
I'nlnte this afternoon by wlnnlni; iln
ftrst heat of the Chamber of Commerce!
$0000 stake in the record time i.f
f2.0G3 4 This Is n world's record lol
n preen horse In a first heat.
A soveu- thunderstonn flooded ll'
tinek ufter two heats In both the
Chamber of Commerce slnko and liic
2 fi trot had been driven, and ncrc"
sltntcd the puttltiK the finish of thee
two events and the 2 19 trot nnil 2 o"
I pace over until tomorrow, when -.ic-I
Iiik will hcBln at 1 o'clock and liot'j
'dajs' programs will bo finished If jim
I Nearl ."000 peoplo were on tho
Broutid when the first heat of U't
Chamber of Commerce event was 'ail
ed The sky was cloudy then. Junius
hail the pole, with Direct Hal Koran 1
The horses were Riven the woid on
the second scon- It was Junius first
with Dliuct Hal second lu the half-m'le
post wheie Kleler One went around
with a burst of spci-d and took too
lend As the horses came Into the
titietili Kldei One lei? Dliuct Hal U)
two leiiBlhs wilh Junius third. Thon
Ueeis made one of his latnuus chives
lu the stretch and Direct Hal won tho
heat from Hlder One b half a lenutn.
The time by quarters was 0:32 3 I.
1 ii.'. 3 4. 1 36 12 2-iW3 4. C. J. Him
Iln and severnl others, however, can.; hi
Dliect Hal's time for the last qiiitrtr
at o 20 I 2.
Direct 1 In 1 broke withln-tcn feet of
the start in the second heat and Kued
fifth clear around to tho stretch,
where he broiiBht the occupants of
the Brand stand to their Teet cheering
by makltiB up live lengths and wlnuliiK
Irom i:ider One by nearly n lenBth. 1)1
reel Hal broiiBht $0000 and the il dd
tl.iU In the pools Just before the
ID KflJF OXFORD
Henley. July 10 The tieacheicius
Kngllsh summer turned the latter part
of the concluding day of the Hojnl
llenlej Regatta Into a dripping water
ijinlvnl. leaving at times small choice
between u seat iii the river or on lt
I)i h lug rain nnd hot sun alternate!1
The successive downpouis sent tiuln
lo.iils of people scuriyliiB toward Lon
don c.uly In the iifti-rnuon. but otheis
fioni the town took their places The
spec mile on the river was never moie
liillliiml than dining the Intervals of
sunshine I'unts, launches, canoes and
low boats formed nn almost solid
bildge from shore to shore near tho
finish, while down the course small
ciaft of every sort hugged the bank
land clustered about tho house-boats
forming nn endless line of color, white
gieen and violet predominating. With
each succeeding shower a mackintosh
veil was drnvvn over tho scene. I'unts
covered with rubber sheets drifted
uboiit like funeral gondolas and bright
paper sunshades were reduced to parti
The finals for the Orand Challenge
Cup and the Diamond Rculls, lu which
American Interest was cooled by the
defeat of the Argonauts of Toronto
and C S. Titus of New York, proved
an upset lo tho Kngllsh talent. Kellj
especially was never considered capable
of leaching the finals. Summary
1'lnal heat, grand challenge cup
Third Tilnlty. Cambridge, beat tho
I.eunder How lng Club by a length and
a half. Time, 7 17.
rinnl heat, diamond sculls 1 S.
Kelly. Ilalllol College, Oxford, beat II.
11. i:therlngton-Smlth of the Leander
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orilCE IIOCBS StMIAVS THL II M
OUli DENTAL WOIIK
Is uh Near PAINLUSS iih
Good Dentltitry can lie.
WE AKL IP TO I1ATC.
Prks as I uw dk the Limckt in the Clt
Alt Work Guaranteed.
Silver FllllnBi no called) - joe
ulj rilllngs. - - - -Jioulp
K.H 3H .3
p m lit I t p di
Monlar iilit 4 to it it
. . I .
uttaiy, co I 8 4SOI 50
WcJntlJty It)' j js 1 )
TlultJajr ,' 6 15 1 4
6 a6. o 34,
? 46 i 16
8 48 f i
10 01 1
Lnst final ter ol the moon on tho 2'tti
at ii.43 p. m.
Kull moon on the 20th, at CMC a, in.
Tides from the I'nlted Slates Coast
ond Ocodetlc Survey Tables.
Tho tfflps at Kahulul nnd Hllo occur
about an Lour earlier than at IU
norulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30ru
slower than Greenwich time, belns
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whistle blows nt 1.30 p m , whiih
Is the same as Greenwich, Oh Ora.
Weather Uurcnu. I'unnbou, July 23.
Temperature Morning minimum,
6S. .Mldda) maxlniuni, 84.
llarometer at 1' a. m. 29 92. Falling
Dew I'olnt i,SK.
Humidity ut 9 a. m. 70 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Inly
23. We ather diar; wind fresh K.
Wednesday. July 23.
S. S. Doric. Smith, from San rrnn
clscu. Str. Mlkahala. Gregory, from Kauai
poru, at 7 10 a m.
Sir. l.eliua. .Naopala, fiom Molokat
Tuesday, July 22.
Str. Maul, Hcnnett, for 1'aimlkou.
Giim) schr. Kcllie. Townsenil. for
Mail, Molokal and Hawaii ports.
Str. W. O. Hall Thump-on. for Kau
Wcdnesdaj. Mil) 23.
I' S training ship Mohican. Con
den, for Uremerion, via l'ort Tovvnsend
Vahi ouver and Victoria, at 1 30 p. m
S. S. Doilc, Smith, for the Orient, at
4 p. ID.
S S lameda. Hcrrlman, for San
Kraiul-co, at J p. in.
Str Tamplco Hud for Seattle, at
3 p. m.
Str. l.eliua. Naopala. for Molokul and
.Maul ports, at 5 p. m.
Sir. Kalulanl. Dower, for l'liauliau.
Kukulau. Ookal.1, Laupahoehoe und
I'apaaloa, nt 5 p. m.
rrum Kauai ports, per str. Mlkahala,
July 21 J. K. Hart, C Kahale. C. Gil),
J. T Pllva. H. A. Jaeger. Shlmamoto,
II. Schleber B Nohokula. C. N. Sow
den V. Nakunlshl, Liim I'ul. Mrs.
Vashl. Mrs Nanianu. J. 11. Alexander
and 32 deck.
From San Francisco, per O. & O. S.
5 Doric, July 23. For Yokohnmt
tllss L. Decker. A. Co.ve. A M. r))iker
mff. S. Klsenberg. W. Hllby. It. W.
Iiwln. T O. McKn), Miss Kdlth Mc
Kiau, D. W. SfTTi'ns. For Kobe F.
Cole, C. J Gaelics. l II. Smith. Fo'
Nagasaki Mr. and MrB J. M. Dow,
J'rs A Long, Mrs A. Ilobbs For Ma
nila A I). Glbbs, Miss II. V,m". II.
D ficiini-r. Wm. Ooniet O. W. Jones,
II. Krusl. Win. Ludki'. Chas. N'eli.j-i,
K.l Nelson. Miss Elizabeth Walte A.
Weill Fur Hongkong J. K. I.iw,s,
v'r and Mis. J. II. Waul and two chit
elien From Honolulu G. C. Ilracki-lt,
I' i: Fiudgley. W. II. Hale, 1' 1'.
Welch ft 11. Wiicidwnid. Stoiov i
I F.lion It. Gottlober, James Ila..is,
W II He) nobis.
Foi Kauul ports, per str. W G Hall
Julv 22 Milla Kalauoo. Mrs. Hait
well J . l!o)d, W. O. Smith and son
K. KuJItn. J. V. Kkekelo. A. 1' Knight
It W Wilcox. S. W. Wilcox and wife,
1). Kaluiiokalanl. Mrs. J. 11. Medlola,
Mlts Wilcox. C. Maser, D. Kalauokalanf
Jr.. J. A. Aklna.
-ri ri? & -rf zf - - -f
How lng Club by two and a half
lengths Time. 6 59.
Visitors' challenge cup Jesus Col
lege Cambridge, beat Ilalllol College,
Oxford, by a third of a length. Time,
Final heat for the silver goblets
Dudley Ward and W. II. Taylor, Third
Trinity, Cambridge, beat the London
llowlng Club easily. Time. 8' 30.
Final heat, Wlfold challenge cup
Ilurton llowlng Club beat Kingston
How lng Club by two nnd a half lengths.
Time. 7 43.
Final, ladles' challenge plute Uni
versity College, Oxford, beat Eton half
a length, lime, 7:10.
Final heat, steawrd's challenge cup
Third Trinity, Cambridge, beat Le
ander Rowing Club eight lengths
Time, 7 45.
Final, Thames challenge cup Tri
nity Hall, Cambridge, beat Royal
School of Mines' Iloat Club by two and
a half lengths. Time, 7:34.
An alarm of fire was turned at about
2 30 o'clock this morning. It turned
out that the soot In the chimney of the
Palace Grill on Ilethel street caught
lire and threw up n few sparks. The
fire department turned out In fine shape
but Its services wero not needed.
The steamer I.ehua arrived from .Mo
lokul this morning with 250 head ol
sheep for the Metropolitan Meat Mar
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Will a rare combination of tho useful
nnd beautiful Interest 5 on 7
Hermsdorf fast black cotton In plain
j. and Richelieu ribbed.
At 4uC Non-crocking black cotton, In medium,
light nnd heavy weight, $2.75 Doz.
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton tine
gauge, medium height, $4.00 Doz.
Onyx black gauze cotton, high spliced
heel nnd toe. double sole.
At SOC ast D,ack superfine plain cotton, em-
"l uvv broldered In colors.
Fancy stripes In all colors, with laca
hoot and allot or lace effect, $5.75 Doz.
Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very
. rgm high class article.
.L C DC Fancy all-lace lisle In sky, pink, hello
Laee ITsle onyx black embroidered
f. f( w'th dnlnty colors.
fL 1JJ Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc., $11.50 Doz.
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vertlcle pa
A - J '-SO terns '" Pn,' s,i' nnI 1)l" lth black.
rtl WVF Brilliant lisle, high colored top wlta
on)x black Jncquard boot.
Af Q Aft Extra superfine silk with re-cnforcel
fl. JJJ t,eei toe and sole.
Also a complete sto k if Children's Hose, Infant's Socks and Men's Half Hoe
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NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
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Unsurpassed by any beep In the market.
It Is (Vuarauteeil pure.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cop. Nuuanu and Merchant
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Five rjom furnished hoi!3i'
i Address L this office 2205-lf
FOR SALE Furniture of 4 looms;
nearly new reasonable, rooms for
lent: loeati m choice, corner Ha'K
feld rfnd Stni -r F M T caio
llulletln 2205-1 w
LOST At Witul i plain gold rlnir.
A I) O t, W r 1, epgiaved Inside.
Iteward -on 'uldbldg 2203 If
Maui Business Directory
BISMARCK 3'ABLES CO., LTD.
Wailuku Mam New- vehicles, live
htoik. Pru -i reasonable Car
i luges attend arrival nnd departure
of all regular teamei3 at Kabul il
und Maal.iri Diy
WAILUKU HOTEL Wailuku Oeo.
II. Schraeder prop Fine grounds
and best A' immolations. J2.00 per
Mass Meeting !
nt 7:30 o'clock
I'rlnce J KaUmanaole and his fel
low bolters will enpoe the tactics cl
the li'aders of th
HOME RULE PARTY
ALL ARE INVITED TO COME.
IIKNKY DEAi'ON' ESQ has Mils
clay been appointed Chaliman of tho
District Iload Board toi tho Dlst.-lct
of Hllo, Island of Hawaii Teirltor) ot
Hawaii. JAMES II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, July
22d, 1902. 2203-31
Onyx black Ingrain plain lisle, e.Uvn
spliced heel anil toe.
Ingrain black lisle, superior quality,
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling
your 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,
St. Will build
straight run to Fort
houses from $700 up
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.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ant-'
trials described below Iiavo been lm-
pounded In tue Government Pound nt
Alaklkl, Kona, Island ot Oahu, and I
unless the pound fees nnd damages
aro Booner satisfied will be sold ut
tho date hereafter named according to
July 18, 1902 rtoan gelding, bianded
I'll on the lett hind leg.
July 19. 1902 Black gelding, branded
J O T B on the right and J O on the
left hind legs.
The abovo strayed animals will he
sold on Saturday Aug. 2, 19J2, 12 noon,
If not called for before the dato men
tioned. K. KKKEUNE.
CAPT. GRCCNC KTRICKEN. '
San Pranclsco, July 10. Tho Japan '
ese Btcamshlp Nippon Mam, which nr-i
rived on Monday night from tho Ori
ent, mado the last 2000 miles of her
vojagp In command of her chlejf offi
cer. Captain W. W Greene, Hie com-,
mander ot the liner, was stricken with
sunstroke shortly alter leaving Hono
lulu nnd was compelled to relinquish
his command for tho time, being, Ho
hns recovered" sufficiently to bo about,1
but Is still nboaid tho steamship, whiih
Is detained In quarantine. Ho expects
that a trip to tho mountains will re
store him to bis usual robust health, I
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
, and Broker
65 Queen St.
' ON THURSDAY, JULY 24,
I AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the resldenco of MRS. MATIH3
SON', In the lane oft of King street,
i opposite South street, I will sell at
public auction tho household furniture)
consisting ot black walnut and oak
center tables, handsomo cano rockers,
oak and cherry rockers, upholstered
settee, hanging lamps, portieres, lroa
and oak beds, oak bureaus and wasn
stnnds, chest drawers, nets, bed
clotfics. feather pillows, handsome
heavy oak dining tabic. White sewing
machine In perfect order, refrigerator,
oil stove, etc., etc.
All ot the above Is a very clean lot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIItST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing resldenco ot C. Hustaco Esq.; 13
feet on Deretanla street, 171 fed
deep; price $9000; one halt CasTI, bal
anco on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
1'roperty has a frontage on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth of H2 feet
Dwelling comprises three Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kltctten, Bath,
la i go Carriage. Houso. Prlco $ 1500.
Tcrms- one-half cash; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 l-z per cent net. The lor
i hns a right of way entrance to Bero-
THIftD Premises on Klnau St. ad
I joining lot 2. Trontage on Klnau St,
1 106 feet, depth 121 feet.
I noomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balanco oa
I mortgage nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla SL
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St