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been used by people living on
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HENRY DEACON, ESQ has his
day been appointed Chairman of tl,
District Hoad Hoard for the DIbI la
of Illlo, Island of Hawaii. Tenltory of
Hawaii. JAMES II 110YI),
Superintendent of I'ublle Works.
Department of I'ublle Works Julv
22d, 1902. 21K-21
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BANGALORE IN PORT
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he was captured by the sailors and de
livered to the cook who served him for
The vesfel carries a small menngerle
on board, there being u cow. two pigs,
a rabbit, a dog and several cuts, living
In perfect harmony together. The vis
eel carries no cargo whatever and Is
preparing for a long stay In this poit
as the will be waiting to get a load of
l.nst quarter of the moon on tho 27th '
nt CMS p. m.
Full moon on the 20th. at 6:16 a. in. i
Tides from the United Slates Coast I
and Oeodetle Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Illlo occiu'
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Ilawullan Standard Time, Is lOh SOru
slower than Greenwich time, being'
that of the meridian of 1S7.30. Tho
time whistle blow s at I'30 p. m , which
h the same as (irienwleh, Oh Oro.
Weather Ilnre.iit. l'unnhnii. July 23.
TeinpiT.iture Morning minimum,
7i, Midday maximum. Mi.
Barometer at 9 a. in. 29 'A Rising
Dew Point Mil-".
Uumldlty at ft a m. fis per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
sugar. Captain Rlanchiird has his wlf.ij . WMthi r doud.v; wind fresh NE
on uoaru vvun mm,
The crew of the vessel consists of
fourteen Japanese sailors while the offl
icrs iif coutsH me white. The Japanese
were th1ipeil In Whatcom and are
s.ilil by the ship's oflleers to have been
falrl satlsfactor.v. They took the ves
sel to Tocapilhi, unloaded the lumber
there and continued on the tilp to this
port without giving nn trouble. They
ure said to be rather good h.iIIoih and
although thev ndmlttedlv do nut loiuu
up to white sailors they have several I.
ver good iioluts. I
On the deck of the Hangnlore (an be
seen a small, odd looking ciaft. It Is a
white painted, flat bottomed boat, tl o
bovv of whlih runs with a perfcitl)
Hat bottom up Joining the sides In a
sharp point. The stern of the boat
curvis up some but Is square This boat
Is furnished with a mast iair.vlng a
mainsail. She nlso has -a centcrboard
This craft Is in several wa)s different
In Its building from the units ordi
narily seen and answers perfectly to
her name, the "None Smh," whlih Is
painted In black letters on her stern.
She was built 1) Captain lllanchard
during the trip fiom Tocapilhi, who
thus used the opportunity to wblU)
away the long, dull diijs ut sea.
Will a rare combination of tho useful
and beautiful Interest )ou?
Hermidorf fast black cotton In plain
and Itlchelleti ribbed.
Non-crocking black cotton, In medium,
light and heavy weight, $2.75 Doz.
Onyx black Ingrain plain title, e.it"ft
spliced heel and toe.
Ingrain black lisle, superior quality,
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton fine
gauge, medium height, $4.00 Doz,
Onyx black gauze cotton, high splltel
heel and toe; double sole.
A f" SOC ' b,ack superfine plain cotton, em-
-- ww broldcrcd In colors.
Fancy stripes In all rotors, with lace
boot and allot er lace effect, $5.75 Doz.
Hermtdorf brilliant black Kite, a very
,.... high-class article.
At i DC Fancy alt-lace lltle In sky, pint;, hello
Lace ITsle onyx black embroidered
A 1 Aft '"1 dnlnl' colors.
L flUVJ Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc.. $11.50 Doz.
Tliursday, July 24.
I Sttnr Helene, Nicholson, from Hnj
Krlday, July I'.'. J
Stmr .Mauna I.on. Slmorson, frnn
Knu. Knnu and Maul ports, nt 3 t'J i
Am sp Ilungiilore, ninmhard, ft n i For Wnnt Column See Page Six
focopllla via Illlo. I . :
Schr Malolo. fiom Knual port. i
Trlday, Jul) 23.
Malolo. fur I'limiliiu. at uoji.
Ada fur Wallua, nt iioou.
Thursday, July 24.
Coptle, Hinder, lor San Fra.i
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, rertlcle pa'-
A CS torns ln nlnl- sl;' nncl 1)luo wltu black.
AIL liXjyj Brilliant te, high colored top wttn
onyx black Jacquard boot.
A Ci ff Extra superfine silk with re enforced
L ZfJJ heel, toe and sole.
Also a complete sto. It if Children's Hose, Infant's So;ka and Alen'5 Half Hoe
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
65 Queen St.
I A MARRIED couple with no family
have n nicely f rnlshed room for lu
gle gentlemin Applv at Globe l)JU-
! ti. Tort St aim Vine) aril.
Nor lik. Australia, Piantzin, In htl
last for the Sound.
Am bk Albert, Tunmr, fur diu
Sttnr Kalulanl. Dower, for I'aanhaii.
Stmr. Ke An Hon. Tullett, for Koii.l
Stint. Mlkahala. Giogory, for Kau.'.I
Am bk. Mauna Ala. Smith, In lial
fpon the whole, Captain Illniuliard.lnst fin San Tranclsio,
seems to he a believer In gulling away
the dull time at sea by doing useful
work I.lng along the deck of the
vesstl are a couple of long and heavy
rough timber'. These arc to be fush
ioned Into spars for the Ilangnloic.
10 il IR DIVORCE
New York. July 13. In order to
have him on hand for Judgment In her
suit for absolute divorce. Mis Nina
Hoseiishlne had her husband, Max, nr
lesteil toda on an order of Justice
I'ltzgerald of tho Supreme Court Hail
was fixed nt (3U0O, whlih ho gave. She
saH that Itosenshlno was getting rea
dy to depart and had alieady sold out
his Intel ests In tho ostrlc h feather In s
Iness of Itosenshlno llrothers of th s
city and In the Huston ill) goods Tiouso
ur Gross. Strauss & Co. for $38,0urt
Mrs Itosenshlno snjs she was r.nr
lied to the defendant In San 1'raiHlseii
vvheie sho rcsldeil with her pa I en's,
on January 27th, and came here with
him on March 7th lasl. when they went
to live nt Itoscnshlne's mother's hnire,
nt till Madison avenue. Aftei t"u
clays they moved to the Hotel Cha
talgueray, Madison avenue unit Ninety-second
street, where she was aban
doned hy him.
Mrs. RosensMno charges her hus
band with Intimacy with Harriet Uose
It Is averred he has been supporting
Miss ltosc slnco his marriage. She did
not suspect this until sho got hold ol
a letter marked "personal und Impor
tant." Sho opened it so as to hunt up
her husband at onco If need he und
read a very affectionate missive, sign
Mm. Ilofienshlne says sho sent to
San Tranclsco and got her brother,
AdolpTi G. Knuffman to como hero and
reason with her husband, who promis
ed amendment, but did nut leform. Ho
sunshine denies his wife's charges.
The continuation of Chapter IV of
the Opium Cache on Maul, to be pub
llthed In Saturday's Bulletin, will tell
how the lava tunnels were searched
and what came of It.
lt'1 I. 1HT
215 Hotel St., Op, Union.
(wrrK nvvsiiiL6p m
OrriCEHOLM SI MIAVS Till 11 M
OUR DENTAL WOIIK
Is oh Nciip IM1NLIHH iih
Good DcntlHtry can lie.
VC Mil UP TO DAT! .
PrUel As Lou i Ihe Luucfct In the City
All Wntk l,uarantJ.
Silver rulings to callfJi - - 50c
OulJ I lllini-t. - - $1 00 Up
From Kau, Konn and Maul 1101 ts. per
i-tinr Mauna l.oa, July 23 Volcano -1.
Alliums. Mrs I.. Abrnms. A. G Hub
bnid, Mis. A. G. Hubbard. Mnster Hub
bard (! K Wilder. C II. Teuff, SI.
Clair llltgood. From Kau Miss da
Carmo. W. 1 IVnnell, Miss M. I'.-n-
mil Miss IVnnell l2J, Miss II. l'ay.
lor Miss W. Mnicos, J. Monsarrat
Melville Monsnrrat. J. II. Mcdclros
From Kona Miss K. V. de Jleril t,
Mis It. I". Ilkkertou, S. llkkeitol,
Mrs. S Marcalllno, J. Cowan, (I. Mil'
lar, 1" Hiuliholtz, H. Scholelleld. Ili-v,
W N l.ono. Mrs. I:. S. Cunlia, C dm-
ha I'rlnce David and wife, S. Parker
and wife Mies A. Campbell, Misses
Campbell U). Miss I. Dickson, J W.
Madeira, I). , Waidsvvoith, Hlder C
C. Smith. Klder 1. Hatch, Judge G"iir,
C Alu. G10 Ilei'Kley Jr., Miss A Cr)a
tall. W G Irwin. N. Alull, T II. Li
nns Mnster IM I.jons. 8. N. I'ulm r,
H -Mel rick. J Krates, A. Knon, Mm
A. Kiiom. It C. Searle, J. Kaai-. K I.,
Cutting, Mis Keawepoepoe and child,
.Mis C Neumann and child, 1 c.u
Near Death from
New Yoik, July 14 John de Woir,
who was Superintendent of Parks In
Uiooklyn up to Wednesday last, when
he was dismissed by Commissioner
joung, was taken from tho Imperial
Hotel toda) to Ilellevue Hospital, suf
fering from opium poisoning. It wai
said nt the hospital that his condition
De Wolf Is a landscupe gardener of
note. When Commissioner Young re
moved htm last week borne surprlso
was expressed. The Commissioner
made the genernl explanation that "he
bad no further need of Do Wolfs ser
vices." It was generally understood,
however, that there was something be
hind the Commissioner's words that
was not made public.
De Wolf was born In llrlstol, It. I.,
In 1850, and studied landscape garden
ing In this city and Ilostoa and 011 tho
Continent. He designed tho Villa Ma
ila, on Lake Como, Italy. Between H71
and 1878 ho was topoginpher and
hjdiogrnpher for tho United Stutes
Coast and Geodetic Survey. He has
been an extensive writer on landscape
work. He is a member of the Horti
cultural Society of Now York, the
riaurs' Club and1 tho Ameilcnn Park
and Outdoor Art Association.
Tho Journal says tho police bellcvo
De Wolf's condition may bo tho result
of a suicidal attempt. Ho Is salt) t
have been ill Inking In tho Tenderloin
for several dnjs.
The continuation of Chapter IV of
the Opium Cache on Maul, to be pub
llshed In Saturday's Bulletin, will till
how the lava tunnels were searched
and what came of It.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite.
furnished, boird If desired. 144 Her.
ctnnla Ave near KJrt 2207 It
REPUBLICAN CLU3 MEETING.
Meinbera of th Third I'reclner,
Fourth Dl-Url r Ciub are hereby noti
fied lo mwt at the waterworks
building Nuuiaii avenue this Frldiy
evening, Jul) 21 tU at S p ill.
Piirpoie of the mating will be lo
Humiliate deU'gite for the Dlstilet
Committal' aud the Territorial Conven
tion. II P ROBINSON,
President Thiid Preelnct (Fourth Dls
tilet) Club 2207-lt
A meeting of the Second Precinct
Fourth District Republican Club will
be held at the tent corner of Lunattln
and Pllltol streets on Frlda evening,
July 25, 11)02, at 7 30 o clock, for tha
puiposc of uuniinaMni; delegates to t'i
Dlstilet Commltc and Convention.
T Ii. PKTRIE,
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling 1
your money In one year or less. Prices I
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 1
renters for this price, $25.00.
Ferns and Plants
On Saturday, July 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will Bell nt Public Auction, a very large
quantity of Plants belonging to MR. C.
J. I.UDWIGSKN; Maidenhair Ferns In
pots, Hanging Uaskcts, Fishtail Ferns,
Caladlums, Begonias, flno Palms, nnd
many other varieties.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Call and see
PounrWlaster's Notics of Estrays
Notlco Is horoliy given that the ani
mals described Leijw jave been Im
pounded In t..e Gov-ranient Pound at
Maklkl, Koni Nlind of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fee and damages
aro sooner satisd'l will be sold ut
tho date hereafter named according to
July 19, 100J B.i I g-Idltu branded
J G T 1) on th' itjtit and J G ou t'Je
left hind legi
July 2.!, 1'J02 Run flll.v. with brand
which cannot lit- distinguished.
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
cial agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
Thu nhova irrayej animals will be
sold on Saturday Aug 9. 1902, 12 noon,
If not tailed tor before the date men
TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE OF
PARTY OF CHICAGOANS
CLUNG TO BOAT FOR FOUR HOURS
BOAT CAP3I2ED BY SQUALL.
TWO OF THE PARTY
Chicago, July 1C Two peisons per
ished In thu lake list nigln ami eight
others fought for hours for life, cling
ing to an overturned jacht. the Arab
IV, owned hy John H Cameron, cash
ier of the National Bank of the Repub
lic. The yacht struck i,uddenl) by thu
fierce storm wbli.n swept over the city
late In the evening, ..upslzed. The boat
Is a twenty-one footei and one of the
best known yacliu In the Kaibor. Tho
MARY TAYLOR, lo ears old, 111
HARRY JF.NSEN, 17 yeais old,
Tho rescued John Cameion, Mrs
Mary Phoenix U.imerou, MIsd Cameron,
Miss Mnmle aoodtnan. William Corey,
E, S. Ilasklns, Arthur Barber, skipper
of the yacht and one unknown.
When the storm struck the jacht no
attempt had been made to reef sail,
and with nil Its canvas ll lug the boat
went over In a Hash, tilled Instantly
nnd left eight persons struggling for
life In the lake, tluee miles from
11 heroic effoits on the part of the
men the women were supported ln the
water until they could be given a firm
hold ou the ovci turned boat. The v.iclit
as it left its mooilngs had fortunately
towed along behind It a small jaw I.
Setting to work to right the yawl.
which had been diagged under audi
tilled with water when the laiger boat
went over, the men finally got all but
Cameron and Dai her and the two
di owned peisons Into It. They stattcd
for tho shore In the face of ihoppy
weather and a strong wind, which
made It a herculean task to make the
boat move tluoiigh the water at all.
Along toward midnight Harry Boy
Ian, the steward of tho Columbia Yacht
Club, heard a faint hail. Slowly the
heavily laden tow boat came cieeplug
up to the landing with the women In
state of collapse and Corey so ex
hausted that he could baldly move tho
oars. All he could say was: "Send out
life saving crew. Arab overturned,
Two dead and more clinging to boat."
Cameron and Baiher when found
were nearly exhausted and ubout to
diop fiom the boat.
FOR SALE ! !
'FIRST I offer at Private Salo.
premises on Derotanta street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 13
feet on Berctanfa street, 171 fee
deep; prlco $9000; one halt cash", bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Kinau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty has a frontage on Kinau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of T12 feet
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcMcn. Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent not. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Bero
THIRD Premises on Kinau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Kinau St.
10C feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balanco on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent 'net. lias
right of way to Berctanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ROOSEVELT IS PRAISED.
London, Jul) 8. The Standard says
that the most Impoitont part of Piesl
dent Roosevelt's speech at Plttsbuig
Is that dealing with the new problems
piesented In the I'nlted States hy the
giowth of Individual and corpoiate for
tunes. He Is openly in favor of sub
jecting them to supervision dltected b
common sense und a legard for Justice.
It was to he expected that ho could'
not tell his audience exactly how thlsj
ts to be done, but It Is slgulllcaut that a
statesman of his position and with his
tutui i' should think It vvlso to deliver
a serious winning to the powerful,
bodies know n as ti usts. :
The Cluonlcle believes that Piesldent
Roosevelt bus risen still higher In the
estimation of his countrmen by hli
hold aud honorable attitude regarding
Cuba regaidlcsB of the prejudices of his
65 Queen St