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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1902
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In general Home Cleaning, Dlh Washing, etc., It will not Injure
the hand. In safer nml more economical tluin nny other Soap.
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BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
This water Is taken from the.
famous Volcanic Springs sltu.it
ed In the District of Puna, Islan I
of Hawaii, where for enis It had
been used by people, lling on
the Islands as n cure for Kidney
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Works
of this city to act as our illxtrlh
utlng agents. Send nil nrdri to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Dottles
(pints) $8 00
One Case of 50 Bottles
AN IRRIGATION IIXHIIJIT
World's Fair Giounds. St I.oui
Jul 12 The Irrigation exhibit which
Colorado will Install at the Woilds
Fair will be modeled after the gie.it
work now going on in the noithweMiMii
port of Montrose loinitj, one of th
western tier of counties of that Stule
Tho Gunnison liver cuts aciobs the
corner of Mnntiose county from Gun
nison to Delta county, flowing tl.iough
a cauvon. The river is to he dammed
In this ounvou and n tunnel seveiul
miles long Is being urlven thioiigh the
mountain on the west side of thu river.
It will emerge on the west side of the
mountain far above the now 111 Id lands
lying along the east side of the Denver
& Illo Grande Itnllroad. Here the wa
ter will bo run Into great sloinge resei
Tolrs and thence to lirigadou ditches
Nearly 100,000 acres that aie now bar
ren will be made to grow- seveial nopj
a year by means of this new and abun
dant supply of water. This exhibit will
show- to the World's Fair visitor how
tho desert lands are being put under
agriculture not only In t'oloiado but
In many States and Terrltoilcs.
Governor James II. Orinaii of Colo
rado visited the World's Fair sl'e
last week to Inspect the building oper
ations and to see the plot chosen for
the Colorado building. Governor Or
man Is himself chairman of the Coloin
is it ?
speeches, Classic and
Send for sample
200-201 JUDD BUILDING
PUNA BY H, L, WILLIAMS & CO,
Solids 0.1 SSU
Magnesia . ...O.OOGil
lated as salt. . . .
KI)MlNI) C. SHOItKV,
A rebate of One Dollar will bo
made upon the return of ship
ping case nnd loo bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
l:OR ART PIIOTOGKAPHY
I Worlds Fair (humid. St Louis.
jjul 12. Col John A OrkeiMiii. rliit,f
of (he Department of Ube1.1l Arts has
Issued a cliculjr mining th rules gov
erning phutogiiiphiu exhibits He s,ih
"Special piovlhlon' will be made for
the display of selected hlgh-giude ex
amples of artistic pliotogiHplij.
"Admission to this class will be ion
lined strictly to such nil woik In
photograph) as may b.illHfiiiloilly pass
the ciltlcul Inspection of the iiailcmal
Juiy of the Depailinent of Ait.
"The pictures fiiiiu Culled stateK
exhibitors which are thus admitted
shall he hung In the 1'nlted States sec
tion of (he art Infilling to such an ex
lint us the 100m available will permlL
' The pic tines fiom foreign exhlbltou
will be admitted under similar rules,
but must also. In all inses, conform 11
(be rules of (he respective foreign tee
dons lo which (hey belong, as (a
whether they can be hung In the for
eign section of the ml palate or not.
"A suitable, uttrnctlvo space will be
ipeelully piepared In (he Liberal ArH
Palace, where pictures selected In ac
cordance with tho nbovo rules may bo
pioperly dlsplaved In c.tso they do not
find suitable space lu the Art Ilulld
Ing." The Bulletin, 75 cents per month".
I I I I. St T
ri 1 tii
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
The police are out after the people
v.lio go shooting without n license. A
couple of days ago. Special Olllrcrs
Ilcncnr and McUuflle went out In the
direction of Kallhl and i.cntlngn num
ber of shots over In the direction of
one of the rice patches, they went oer
to see what they could find.
In the rice patch wan n Chinaman,
W. A. Yuk by name, seated calmly on
a hank with n fine linmmcrlcss gun
resting In the hollow- of his arm. At
I1I3 side were a few doves. After thu
offlcers had pumped the Chlnamun dty
and found that he had heen shooting
for the hotter part of the day, he was
usked If he had a license. Tho icply
was In the negative and the Chinaman
'was taken to the police station. Later
on, he secured a license and so was not
put on the calendar.
This Is not the last raid the officer!
will make. They will keep going the
rounds niul will go down the road when
It Is necosjry and eer)one found
hunting without a Ucenso will he ar
rested. The ofUccrs have lists of the
men who have. Ilernen so that they
know- at a glance when to uppioach
FOR FINE POINTS
(Continued from I'ngo 1.)
Mr. Magoon admitted that, to a cer
tain extent, it was opposite couiisi l's
statement that apprised him of the
oveislght. Hut suppose coiium! win
correct In his presumption, which the
speaker positively denied, It would
still be proper to offer the testimony.
It was only fair that It should bt read
to the Jut. No snap Judgment was
Mr. MtClau.ihan contended that If
he had taken advantage of (he omis
sion and asked the Court to cllieet a
verdict for the plaintiff, then It would
have been perfectly right for Mr. .Ma
goon to ask that the tafce be reopened
hut not otherwise.
Judge Itolilnum held (hat the stipu
lation should he olxened. The refu
sal of the testimony might form
ground of motion for a new trial. He
endered tile leading of the testimony
'and .Mr. McCl.tu.ihan noted exceptions
' to the tilling.
j Messrs M.igoon ami I.lghtfuol tool;
luiiis In rending Mr. Scott's testimony.
In opening his addicts to the Jury,
Mr Magoon laid stiess on the iluiim-
Miuue that the esUte of I'd nancies
did nut today owe one dollar of debt
to P.uls. All of that was wiped out.
The plaintiff asked damages for tall-
uie to carry out a certain contract. Ho
would lell them at the outset that they
tuiixt give damages If It piuvcd to be
u cas of damages.
l'rlmo nnd Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass nt the 1'anthcon.
CARD OF THANKS.
The slstets nnd brothers of (lie Int 1
Ethel Cay take this means of exprci.it
lug their giatlliule to their many Mnd
(ilinils for sympathy and assistance
dining their late bereavement.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Dining the absence of J. I. ollv.i if
Kleelo, Knual, fiom (he Island, M. J.
Carvalho. or (he same place, will ;ic(
lor him under full power ol nttorm
A meeting of the Second Precinct
Fuuith DIstilcL llcpiihlliim Club will
be held at the tent, corner of Lunalilo
and I'llkol streets, on Fililay evening.
July :'j, tlio:.', at 7:30 o'clock, for Ihj
purpose of nominating delegates to .'i"
Dlstilct Committee nnd Convention
t. ii. pi-rruii:.
22u0-2t Secretin v.
The undersigned, assignee of Ilono
lulu Paint and Wnll Paper Company,
Limited, slice essor to .McKeehnle Palm
and Wall Paper Company, Limited, un
der deed of assignment, dated July :!4,
1UU2. heieby gives notice to all credit
ui a of said Honolulu Paint nnd Wall
Paper Company, Limited, (o Illo their
claims wllb proof of the same; at the
office of Hobeitson & Wilder, Stangc-n
wold building, City of Honolulu, within
sixty days fiom the dnto hereof, or
they will bo debarred from participate
lug In any division of the nssets. All
peisons Indebted to said Honolulu
Paint and Wall Paper Company, Limit
ed, are requested to mako Ininiedlnta
payment of same to tho undersigned ut
Hated Honolulu, July 2t, 1902,
II. T. JAMK3.
Assignee of Honolulu Paint and Wall
Paper Co., Ltd.
220C July 24, 31; Aug. 7, H, 21.
(wrric nmmiei' m
ornrE iioiiks svmims till 11
OUIJ DENTAL WOIJK
Ih 11 h Near PAINLESS 11s
Good Dentltttry can be.
WE MtL Ul TO IHTL.
Prices as Lour as the Luuest In llie City.
All Woik (iuaranteej.
Sllrr Tilling vo callej) - - - 50c
CjolJ rilllnjEs, - - - - $iLp
p. m III
S eo I
4 to It 18
4.10 ti !
S )( A M
Last quarter of the moon on the
at 0:46 p. 111. j
l'ull moon on the 20th, at C;1C a. in.
Tides from thu t'ultud States Coast 1
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tfiles at Kalmliil nnd Ililo occur
ubout an hour earlier than nt II
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 20ru
slower than Gicenwlch time, belnc,
(lint of the meridian of 1.17.30. Tho
tltnu whistle blows at 1:30 p. in., which
Is the same as Gtienwlch, uh Una.
Weather Duieau. I'unahoii, July 24.
Tcmperatme Morning mlnlniuin,
i.e. Midday maximum, 83.
llaromi'ter nt ! a. in. 23.93, Irtcgular. '
Dew Point tier. 1
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 01 per cent.
Wednesday. July 23.
Stmr. Knunl. llruhn, fiom llnwail
Vents, nt 9:30 p. 111.
Thursday, July 21.
S. S. Coptic. Hinder, from the Oilent.
Stinr. Ku Ail Hon, Mosher, fiom Kl
ual port, nt .'..1.', a. m.
Stmr. Noenu. Wviunn, fiom Hir.v ul
potts, nt 9:1.i n. 111.
Wednesday, July 2.'!. j
O. & O. S. S. Dcule, Smith, tor tli
Oilent, nt 4 p. m. j
O. S. S. Alameda, Haiilman, f(.r)
San Francisco, at S p. 111
Stmr. Tnmplco, Heed, lor Seattle, In j
ballast, at T p. m.
Stmr. I.eliiin, N'tipnla. for Maul and
Molol.ai pents. I
SAILING TODAY. j
S. S Coptic, Hinder, for San Finn
ilsco. n( .1 i. m. j
Stmr. Knliilaul, Dower, for I'liniihc'i '
Ookala, Kukalaii, i.iiiimlioehuu and I'a j
paaloa. at 5 p. in.
St 111 1 Ke All Hon. Mosber, for K011 1 !
and Wnlmc a. at .", p. in. 1
Slnir .Mlknhnla, Gregory, for i:ie-le,
Makawell. Nllhnu; iassengeis onl fori
Nnvvllivvlli nnd Koloa; nt . p. 111. J
Am. bl. Albert. Turner, for San
l-'innclsio. with sugai; afternoon.
Nor bk. Ausdalla. Fian(7in. for I.'u
icka In ballast, alteinoon.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Alamo
n, jiii.v 2.1. Mrs. hnmuels, .Miss Sa-.;-
reis, II. 1;. Cooper. It. I'. Glasgow-, U
G. Henderson, Cnpt. W. II. Mnrsiin,
Geo. S. Kvans, F. Stern, F Wilton, J.
S. Dullngham. I. Hosenberg, wife Hid
child: Hon. Oco. N. Wilcox, N. D
Lhamlurlalii, C. 11. (Jregory. A. Cara.
(1. L". Williams, n. J. Sadler, Captanl
('. C.ipllos. las Camp, Wm SoulhniJ,
F. Curler. Masters. Samuels (2). ( .
Williilm. W C. Weetlon, Geo. J. P,
Cci-ll". .Mr Vnlendne, .Mrs. 113(210-1,
O Ii. Williams. Hy. Funk, W. C. Nln--eii
C II Snier. wife nnd child;
W. Few-, (1 It .Murray, .Miss Flele'ier,
fl. Cocds.-ll unci mother. Miss Ale
CIcsm. .Miss Corsen. Hon. A. S'W'l
ici and wile Miss Wilcox, Saml Ma
licloiin. J mi Mulr nnd wife. Mis. .Muir
led elilbl. A I). Cooper, J U Kentlu
dy Jasper .McDonald and wife, A C.
Hu.sell and wife, Itev. Wm. Kim am,
Mr. Austin Miss Austin, V. (ledge. I.
U'Oge Mis Crinwobl, Peic-y (iiiswolil,
Alls. .McCully-HlggliiH. .Mis. K. .
l'iioih 1 and daughter. A. Wainer anu
wile, Alis Anthoii), A. F. Cooke, Out.
II. FiilirhIM, Mrs. Ii. A. Isenberg, l.j
cl.lliiieu und muse,
F01 Maul and Alulokal ports, ner
stmr. l.i-hua. July 23. Oeo. Keklii,
wile and two c hlldreii. IMgar Halst -id.
Cecrge Nalilnu. .Miss Lucy Fountain,
Mibs Huttle Fountain, Miss Mnkalla
hlalln, Mis. S. Kalee and boy. Miss
llecMty, Wm. Hutchinson, Justin II li
For the Orient, per S. 3. Doric, liny
2.1.-0. C. Iliackett. C. K. Fradgliv
W. U Hale. P. U. Welch. P. 11. Wood
Aiiicl, C. S. Sr;,zawa, T. (Ihlkawa, J.
1'elftiilder. II. Voung and Mr. and .Mm
V. C. Hubbell.
From the Orient, per S. S. Coptic-,
July 21. II. I. II. tho Giand Duko Do
rls, or llussln, and valet; A. llanncin,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Iloyd. It. II. Ilrucj.
J. Hums, .Mi. and Mrs. H. It. Cullen
der, M. II. Coggeshnll, Dr. Ad. Cunza
J. M. Doherty, F. n. Kills, Lieut, fir
Uerlcl, Dr. J. Fryer, Cnpt. Gansser.
.Mrs. tultoii GltTord, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
11. (ilea son. Lieut. A. Greaves, ('.
Grcau's, A. J. Harrell. Col. N. D.
Hodge, F. S. Jatott. Mrs. II. It. John
son, Master M. It. Johnson, Master C.
Johnson, .Master A. Johnson, Itov, .ind
Mrs. II. KozaM, Mrs. J. F. Larltln,
.Mrs. V. Latham, Mrs. Leek nnd child,
II. Lehmanu, Miss AlcDougald, Miss
Coia McTnvish, as. It. Morse, Lieut.
II. O. I'oundstone, Dr. Robert Itov
burgh, Dr. and Mrs. 13. Iludel, Cheva
lier de Schaeek, Miss H. C. Slmpscii,
Lieut. StiancKman, It. Thlelmann, AIlss
Mnmle Wndman, K. WnrlomoiK, Mlsa
From Lahalna, per stmr. Nonaii.
July 21. F. A. Schaefer nnd 11 dack.
From Koiian, per sdnr. Ko All lion.
July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson anj
Onyx black Ingrain plain lisle, extra
spliced heel and toe.
A a Qffrt Ingrain black lisle, superior Quality.
l &0& Itcmbrniit ribbed.
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton fine
gauge, medium height, $4.00 Doz,
Onyx black gauze cotton, high splice 1
heel nnd toe; double sole.
At 50C Fa,t b,acl superfine plain cotton, em
broidered In colors.
Fancy stripes In all colors, with lace
boot nnd allover lace effect, $5.75 Doz.
Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very
. high-class article.
At i OC Fancy all-lace lisle In sky, pink, hollo
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vertlcle pa
Af I CZf terns In pink, sky and blue with black.
-. Iitrir Brilliant lisle, high colored top wltrt
onyx black Jacquard boot.
Aj- O AH Extra superfine silk with re-enforcei
rxi. jJJ heel, toe and sole.
Also a cumple'e sto. k if ChilJren's Hose, Infant's Socks and .Men's Half Hose
GOOD FOR WARM WEATHER
NOT BAD ANY KIND OF WEATHER
If y jii want a beer of (be most delicious hop flavor a pale,
pure hrsw of tlnest hops and mnlt, order a dozen of "Anchor
Unurpascd by nny beer In the market.
It It guarnuteetl pure.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and .Merchant Sts. TELEPHONE 30S
! For Wnnt Column See Page Six
! for sale.
1 FOR SALE Fine lot on College Illl's,
iihjxIGu tash $1100. W. L. Katen.
I 220t tf
IT 13 A PLEASURE to use I'acheen'a
Dandruff Ktll-r It maj be used free
ly every da b nitse It Is an Idenl
tonic for th- hali At L'nlon Uaibei
Shop. TO LET.
TO LET Tv. ) c -ttages at Kewalo,
one of si r 1 ;un and kitchen for i"
a month 1,1 - 1' two looms and
kitchen $" p 11 .nth Addiesa 13.
II F. W I- r o .tental Motel. Kliij
and Alal -a S'- 220U-.1
Mass Meeting !
at 7:30 o'clock
Prlneo J Kilanlanaole and his fel
low bolters will epose the tactics of
thu leaders if th"
HOME RULE PARTY
ALL ARE INVITED TO COME.
Our Soda Waters
nro everywhere conceded to be
tho higheat qiallty. Wo sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery f'. anywhere In tho
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
The authorship of Little Dreeches,
written by Secretary of Stute John Hay,!0
was frequently attributed lo (ho a(ol"u"""- JAau-a ii. uuvu,
Ilrct Har(c. A youn? lady onco said
(o him, "I am highlj pleased (o meet
you, .Mr. Hnrto I hie lead all your
poems, but I hive enjojed "Littlo
Dreeches' the most "
'Pardon me, madam," replied Mr,
llarlo "but yon hae put (be 'Littlo
Urccches' on tho wrong man.'
Will a rare combination of the useful
nnd beautiful Interest you 7
Hermsdorf fast black cotton In plain
and ltlchcllctt ribbed.
Non-crocking black cotton, In medium,
light nnd heavy weight, $2.75 Doz.
Lace usle onyx black embroidered
with dainty colors.
Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc.. $11.50 Doz,
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,
lest 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.
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 Dldg,
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Vnti i. h.-M- i.,- ,v.i . i '" se" n' Public Auction, a very lunjo
ma'descrlbTbloavbeen Z-1 1"ant,"y of Planta be,0D8lne t0 " C
pounded In tue Government Pound at iJ' LUDW IGSKN; Maidenhair Ferns In
Alaklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and , l10's. Hanging Daskcts, Ilshtall Ferns,
unless the pound fees and damages Calndiiims, Ilegonlns, lino Palms, nnd
uro sooner satisnea wm bo sold ul
mo uaie uereaiier namea accoruing to
July IS, 1902 Roan gelding, branded
i- ii uu cue leu ninu leg.
I.. I., in ,nAA t,i-,. -, ,, , , .
juii '. iv- mueiv geicuug, oruuueu
J O T n on the light and J G on tho
loft hind legs.
The nbovo strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday. Aug. 2, 11)02, 12 noon,
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
IICNIIY DEACON. HSQ., lias HiU
day been appolnled Chairman of (bo
District Hoad Itonid for tho District
f ,!l"0' 'slail of Hawaii, Territory of
Superintendent of Public Works. '
Dopaitment of Public Works, July,
22cl. 1002. .2203-3t
The codling moth, the chief ravager
of (be aimle ntiil ne.ii- prntw ilnairrtvai
every year In this country fruit valued
nt 130,000,000 to $10,000,000.
65 Queen St.
On Friday, July 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, G6 Queen Btreet, I
will sell at Public Auction a Square
I'lnno In very fnlr order.
JAS. P. MORGAN.
On Friday, July 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, a Milliard
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Friday, July 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
I will sell nt Public Auction a largo
quantity of Galvanized Ware, consist
ing of 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14, 15 and 10
Inch Galvanized Duckets and 22, 24, 20,
28, 30, and 32-Inch Galvanized Hound
Tubs nnd 11 Nests of Galvanized
las. F. Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, JULY 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 03 (Jueen street, I
will hoII nt Pubic Auction n larce
?.'","" "' p,,,n'u- "" l
I Ueds. Utireaiis, Washstands, Tables,
Hockers, Chairs, Dining uiblci, Ico
,"oxe8' Meat bnrps' Woou stove' I'"-
lows, Nets. Toilet Sets, Lamps.
Dishes, Stew Pots, Tinware. Steplad
lp Orocerlcs, Pictures, Portland Co-
mem. Hope, nnd a Tew suits of Men's
N,.w summer Suits in nnn,1 nr,lr
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Ferns and. Plants
On Saturday, July 26th,
L n, S"0;, ,
ninny other arletles.
Ja8. P. MoPgail,
ftfct (Ol 1 .rt. x.- C!
" qwroi-'JkU L