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PROBLEMS FOR THE
PLUMBING AS AN ART
WILL LEAVE PHILIPPINES
THE LAST OF SEPTEMBER
All communications to this column to ho addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Dulletln, P. O. Dox 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To Correspondents: Correct solution of Problem No. S3, received fro.n
F. Wood 1 B K B 6.
SCHEDULED FOR COMMAND OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE
EAST GEN. GEO. W. DAV-
18 TAKES HIS PLACE.
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
Wo expect many Island visitors In town this -week, anil have a
special offering for them In our sale of dress materials. Honolulu
buyers appreciate theso opportunities, ns was shown by our sales of
last week, and wo hopo to bco you at our store also. Como early for
tho best selection of patterns.
Pretty Btrlpca and figures. Width
28 Inches and very attractive. Iloduccd
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for $1,00,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsomo French fijatcen In
largo variety of colors. Width 31
inches. Reduced from 35c to
20c Per Yard.
Great assortment of colors and pret
ty patterns. Width 29 Inches. Reduced
from 7 yards for $1.00 to
11 Yards for $1,00
MUSLINS AND DIMITIES
Excellent bargains In this. Tine. Pret
ty materials and large assortment. Re
duced from 20c yard to
12 l-2c Per Yard.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
PROBLEM NO, 57,
IIARROP, Liverpool. Slinrcd If Prize with Prob. No. SO
" Footbnll and Pleld" Tourney.
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
From the Brooklyn Standard-Union:
ODDS OF PAWN AND MOVE.
Remove Black's K B P.
W. C. Blxby.
1 P K 4
2 Q It G ch
4 P Kill
5 Q 1)2
0 Kt Q B 3
7 B Q B 4
8 Q lli
9 P Q3
10 B x P
U B QKtS
1 12 II KtS
'15 Q Kt3
17 B B4ch
18. K Kt
13 B Kt3
20 P Q B 3
22 P Q Kt 4
23 Q K 3
, 23 K II
C. S. Howell.
1 P QB4
2 P KKt3
3 Kt QB3
4 P K4
C Kt KU3
0 P Q Kt 3
7 B QB4
8 Q K2
10 P CJ 4
11 11 u2
15 Kt B5
To m Q T
17 K Kt2
IS P QKt4
19 P QR4
21 P R5
22 P U6
23 B K3
24 P R7ch
23 Kt Q 4
20 Q Q 4 ch
27 P KG
28 Kt B3
29 Q R 4
30 P X R
31 Q B2
32 Q K 2
33 Q K4
34 R QB
33 Q Kt7ch
3C Q x P
37 Q n 5
38 It K
39 T KO
40 P K7
41 P K8(Qs)
42 QK Kt
43 Q Q 7 ch
44 Q B8
45 Q(atB8) QB
40 P KR4
47 Q Itsq
48 P R5
Gl Q K4ch
G2 Q K 7 ch
53 Q Kt 7 ch
54 Q Kt7ch
G5 T3 It 7 ch
20 B B3
27 B Kt 4
28 II KG
31 B KG
32 II II 5
33 Kt ICG
34 R KB
35 R B2
30 B Q Kt C
37 Kt Q 4
38 B Q 7
42 B B3
43 K R3
44 Kt KG
45 B Kt 4
40 B 115 '
47 R B7
48 Kt B7ch
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52 K Kt 5
53 K B G
51 K 117
53 K B8
Washington, July 14. General Ch.if-
fee has been relieved of tho command
In the Philippines and ordered to tl.p
command of the Department of tho
East, by an order Issued today by Sec
retort' Hoot. The order Is as follows:
"By direction of tho President, .Ma
jor Gcncrnl Genrgo W. Davis will in-
llevo Major General Chaffee of tun
command of the Dhlslon of the Phil
ippines September 30, 1902. On being
U'lleved, Major General Chaffee will,
with his authorized atd, repair to (Jo
crnoT"s"lBlanfl, New York, and assume
command of the Department of the
A few days ago General Chaffee was
cabled that he could have command
of cither the Department of tho EaHt
or the Department of tho Lakes, If ha
desired to come homo at this time. He
was Informed that the retirement of
General Brooke afforded an opportun
ity of making cither change ho desir
ed. The cablegram closed with a coca-
mendatlon by the Secretary of War of
General Chaffee's services In China
and the Philippines,
A reply was received Saturday from
General Chaffee stating that he left the
matter entirely with tho Department,
but that he would prefer Now York In
case he was relieved In tho Philip
pines. He suggested that September
30th would be a good date to mako any
change In tho Philippines. Theso dls
MR .. L jSH5M
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Bulldfng.
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BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made, ; :
The public are Invited to Inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
IKE (DEN ISlt
Tho following newsy Items nro from
the Garden Island for July, copies of
which have Just reached Honolulu:
The ping-pong craze has reached Its
height In LI hue.
Miss Helen Glrvln Is spending her
vacation with her sister, Mrs. W. II,
Wm. Thompson of Messrs. T. II. Da-
AFTER HID HOT
Walluku. July 23. Tho Labalnas
have come and gone and have taken
their defeat like good boys. The La
halua nine met tho WalkaptiB at Well's
Park Sunday, July 20th, and at tho end
of nlno innings tho Wnlkapus were
victorious, tho scoro being 13 to I
Tho grand stand and tho grounds
were crowded with spectators eager to
vies & Co., and his wlfo are the guests see tho homo team play with tho bravo
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must closo out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking sale will only last for a fow days longer. Take Advantago of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas,
Miss Hardwicke of Ltbue Is In Hono
lulu. Sho Is pending a part of her va
cation with Mrs. J. V. Humburg.
W. II. Rico Jr. has taken contract
with tho United States Government In
the delivery of mall over the Garden
Manager Ewart of Kllauca planta
tion has tendered his resignation. Ho
Is going to leave there In the course of
a month or so.
Mr. Hills of Llhue Soda Water and
Electric Power Works was laid up for
a foitnlght with a slight case of typhoid
Tho new social hall of Llhue Is in
tho course of building and will bo com
pleted within a month or so, when a big
danco will be given there. Much credit
Is duo to the young men who promoted
The engagement of Dr. K. Yanagl
liara, tho popular Japancso physician
of Kallhlnal, to Miss Mary Yoshlok.;
of Knpaa Is announced. Miss Yoshl
oka, as she la well known, Is a graduate
of Honolulu Normal School,
Mr, Palmer of tho Road Board, who
Is now superintending the work of tho
now road between Wailua and Hana
maulu, says that his men nro excavat
ing many skeletons every day. The
locality Is thought to be an old battle
Held of days of yore.
The total number of Japanese who
left different plantations of tho Garden
Island for Honolulu during the Ust
seven weeks reached about six hun
dred. It Is reported that the steamer
Hall brings into Honolulu about 150
Japaneso laborers each trip from Ha
waii and Maul ports.
M. W. Bergau, a popular young man
well known as tho former Deputy
fellows from far-off Lahalna. Esplnda
pitched a good game for the Breadfruit
town, whJlo Wllllo Scarlo of Klhel
tossed for tho Walkapus,
Soon after the second Inning, It was
evident that the homo team would win,
but tho sturdy young Lahainaltes nev
cr for a moment let courage. They
hoped for victory oven up to their last
man. Although defeated, tho Lahalnas
have not lost courage, as they fondly
hope that Borne day the honors will ho
reversed. Such spunk is praisewor
thy, and Wells' Park Is open for them
to try conclusions again with any of
tho home teams,
P, O, BOI MS-
THE OLDEST Cliu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
t),tli la Flo, S Ik, tnl Cm, Llntni. CblniM tti Jtiiotit GooJ, cl All Clili
MR. E. R. BATH was formerly located on Richards street, but on ac
count of a rapidly growing TTuslness was crowded out there, and now has fit
ted up ono of the most modern and finely appointed show rooms and shops
In the Islands.
A large forco of experienced mru Is employed, and Mr. Bath has bad
many years' experience In tho plumbing business.
A full lino of tho world-famed Douglas Closets are carried, which are pro
vided with cither high or low tanks, as seen In tho cut, and aro as near
noiseless in their operation ns closets can bo made. They are constructed
on tho syphon principle, which mal'es a strong suction that thoroughly
i washes tho bowl, Theso closets nro sold under a written guarantee, and aro
I nlso guaranteed against leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
I A lino of rollcd-rlm enameled Bath Tubs nro on hand, as well as open
i lavatories. Theso aro highly Snnltnr;' Goods, and (Tio connections are nick-
I el. making them artistic In appearance.
I One of tho latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
' Theso goods nro all connected with the city water mains nnd may bo seen
patches were sent to President Roosa-1 In full operation at tho store. Tho public aro Invited to call and mako !n-
uysicr nay, vno consumed . aiivtuuu ui wcw: hw",
Mr. Bath will call and glvo figures on work nt any time. He also glre
all work intrusted to him his pcrscnal supervision.
velt nt Oyster Bay, -who consulted
with Secretary Root, and tho Secre
tary directed tho order to bo issued re
lieving General Chaffeo and placing
General Davis In command.
Gcncrnl MacArthur has been asked
to tako command of tho Department of
the East when Gclferal Brooke retires,
until he can bo relieved by- General
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
DANCE ON THE VILLARD.
Walluku. July 25. There was a
very pleasant dance on board tho
American ship Henry Vlllnrd at Jn
hulul bay Monday evening, July 21.
There wcro present many ladles and
gentlemen from Kahulul, Sprockets
vllle nnd Walluku. The danco was
given on tho vessel's deck and thoso
who participated In tho ovenlng's gay
ctles declared tho danco a great suc
cess, R. W. Killer, superintendent of
tho Kahulul Railroad Co., lit up a big
bonfire on Kahulul beach In honor of
tho occasion Just to show tho captain
nnd .officers of tho Henry Vlllard that
he, too, enjojed tho evening's fun.
ea id fa pa na r-a Pa Pa no F-o Pa ra na
Sheriff of Hnnalel district, has accept
ed a position in I.ihue plantation as the
manager of Its branch store at liana
maulu, where S. Sheua resigned to
establish himself as a general Japan
ese agent of Kauai.
Attorney General Dole has rendered
the following opinion regarding per
sons who shall Bene on Coroner's Ju
ries; Territory of Hawaii,
Ofllco of the Attorney General.
Honolulu, II. I., July 25, 1902.
Mr. A. M. lliown. High Sheriff of tho
Territory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: I am In receipt of your
request for my opinion "whether n per
son not an American citizen Is for that
reason exempt from duty ns a coroner's
Set lion 974 of tho Penal Laws of 1S97
proWdcs that tho coroner In case, a
coroner's Inquest becomes necessary,
shall summon "six good nnd lawful
men of the district." Tho phraso "good
and lawful men (llberes ct lcgales hom
ines)" has been used and has had a
recognized nnd established meaning In
English law for nearly a thousand
years. It does not refer to tho moral
character of tho men, hut to their legal
qualifications for the dlscharga of civil
functions. Coroner's Jurors have func
tions prescribed and defined by law;
they are required to tako an oath ol
oflice, and they recclvo statutory fees
for their services. Although there Is
nothing In tho Organic Act or In tho
laws of tho Territory expressly declar
ing that a coroner's Jury must bo com
posed of citizens of the United States
and of the Territory, I seriously doubt
tho right of the coroner to compel any
one who Is not a citizen to servo; In
other words, I think It Is at least ex
tremely doubtful whether a person who
is not a citizen Is a "good and lawful
man of the district" within tho mean
ing of the law.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed.) E. P. DOLE,
WIRELESS UNDER WATER.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kfery kind of lafiiM and tllfllrult lirr
In ran bn rurcU by our new Inrentlont nh
tbuia barton been bora ileaf aro lucurablo Ur
In UittritrceaMiHt unrr. fent particular aboir
your cae. Con.uKAilon and adflco frr-, Ktcr
one ciin tur bluitdlf at b owu umue at rer
OIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
WO Ltuolle Avenue. CHICAGO. ILL. I) fi .
The Dulletln, 75 cents per month.
Paris, July 10. Thero was a suc
cessful test at Cherbourg today of tho
application of wireless telegraphy t'j
submarine torpedo boats, A niant
with receivers was fitted to tho sub
marine boat Triton. Tho vessel dlvd
and received signals from tho central
submarine station clearly.
August von Ende. a pioneer German
resident of Wisconsin, Is dead. His
grandfather was a German nobleman
whoso estates wero confiscated during
the Napoleonic Invasion.
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ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOOt
LOSS OF COLOUR.
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CHI Ml CmiHhH.
Don mat UUtkiH lU TlA
Sooo bring, bek
m ELECTRIC FAN
$3 costs only ll
I $15 i
Egji The returns In comfort cannot be JB
Tsm too highly estimated. aM
L Hawaiian Electric Co. m
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Have You Tasted
Crystal Spring Butter
You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses It If so, the will continue to do so, be
cause it Is absolutely reliable, and the best butter In the Honolulu
market. Our experience with It teaches us that we cannot recom
mend It too highly. If the butter you are now using Isn't perfectly
satisfactory, why not try ours? We deliver It.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Mntn 4f5.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to othaa
makes of tho samo price. It Is demonstrating its merits. Quilt to Sew Well
and to Last, Call and inspect tho different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Solo Agcnta for tho Hnwalla.i Islands.
Albert V. Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
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THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD,
Capl.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE-
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street 8lds.
HONOLULU, H. T.