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EVENlNa BULLETIN, HONOUTLTJ, H., T WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
Wo expect many Island visitors In town this week, and Iiavo a
special offering for them In our halo of dress materials, Honolulu
buyers apprcclato tlieso opportunities, ns was shown lty our sales of
last week, nnd wo liopo to sco you at our store also. Como early for
the best selection of patterns.
Pretty Btrlpes nnd figures. Width
28 inches nnd very nttracttve. Reduced
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for $1.00,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsomo French Sateen In
largo variety of colors. Width 31
Inches. Ilcduccd from 33c 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 T!no. Pret
ty materials and largo 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
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE CD'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.
E IEADS Id
Los Angeles, July 18. The mystery
surrounding the Identity of "Charles
Hill," nho died In tho Good Samaritan
Hospital, this city, on .May 17th, leav
ing (1J2.000 In cash, has been solved
Ills real noma was Salem Charles, and
his home wns ntllrlmfictd, Mass,
BUY KUMC LINE
Chicago, July 1C The tracks and
propel t of the Snntu I'e Company
from Chicago to tho Pacific Const ar
now owned and controlled by one com
pany. A circular was Issued today by
the company announcing the purchase
of the Santa Ye Pacific and S.m Trail-
The story of the fcarch for heirs by Cisco and San Joaquin Vnllej which
the Public Administrator and his nt-lwlll herenfter be operated as the coast
torney, Leon Moss, Is interesting. Art
tcr following up Innumerable alleged
"clows," nil of which camo to naught.
Administrator Kellogg found nmong
the old ninn's effects an old family III
ble, on the fly leaf of which was wilt
ten sentences almost faded and ren
dered Illegible by age. The writing
.as magnllU-d nnd thu name of
"Charles" and "Ilrlm , Massachu
setts," weie deciphered.
Attomey Moss went to Rrlniflehl,
Mass., nnd without disclosing hi
Identity found a family named Clint les,
which hnd been prominent In that lo
cality for 200 joara. After a thor
ough Investigation Moss convinced
hlmseir that be bad found tho amily
of the deceased Tneio nre eight dl
rcct heirs to the estate, the most prom
inent of whom Is Snlem Darius Charles,
chairman of tho Hoard ol Street Com
Old man Salem Charles had always
been an eccentric chnractcr, and no
reason has been found for his chango
of name. He Is said to hao made his
money In Importing cloth while resid
ing In Texas before and during the
Los Angeles, July 18. An attempt is
now being made to orgnnlzo all tho
tire Insurance agencies In tho city Into
tho Los Angeles Underwriters' Asso
ciation The object of the organiza
tion is to prevent rate tutting nnd to
insure n uniform scale of commissions.
I'nch agency Is asked to post $300 as
a guaianUu that It will abide by the
rules of the governing body. Two of
the "non board" companies are stand
lug out, and a rn) war Is Imminent.
It was stnted today that unless theso
companies fall In line, flic Insurance
rates may bo cut over 50 per cent In
the near futuro.
The movement to organlzo tho I jo
Angeles agencies originated with thu
Pacific Coast Underwriters. Sonio of
the "non-board" companies have been
cutting rates In places and granting
extra commissions. To stop these In
fractions of the underwriters' rules, It
is thought to organlzo nil tho local
companies In a hard and fast organi
zation. Tho piospcct of a late war
Is the lever used to force outsiders Into
line. The committee on organization
Is composed of "Tour men, Horace Whee
ler nnd II. 11. Stevens represent the
"board" companies, and I!. I). Silent
and Leslie Grey represent tho "non
boaideis" Tboy are tiylug to reach
an agreement that will avoid the ratu
war It Is stated that the lesults ot
the committee's efforts will bo evident
by August 1st Most fire insurnnco
ngents bellow- the local orgaulzatlou
will bu formed.
WAS BISMARCK'S NEPHEW.
New ork, July IS Kathcr than
have a blood lelatlve of the great Iron
Chancellor behind the bais of'n Now
York penitentiary, patriotic (lei man
Americans have comu to the aid of
Klrl von Rlsmarck to avert from him
nnd his honored family turther dis
grace. When tho joung man was con
victed of t licit ho levcaled his Identity,
saving .lit- was a grandnephevv ot
Prince Illsmaick, the Hist German Im
perial Chancellor. Ills story was In
vestigated and confirmed, nnd tho
court today suspended sentenco at tho
solicitation of the local German Consul
General, German-Americans contribu
ted money, nnd new clothing and n
ticket for Germany were purchased lor
the young man.
Young Ilismnrck was convicted of
stealing a piece of carpet from John
Montroid of 11 Uast rifty-ninth street
wbllo hungry. He camo to this country
and applied for enlistment In tho Army
ol the Philippines. Tor Homo reason
he was rejected. He was on tho vergo
of'btnrvlng when he entered Montford'a
house. Ills father and brothers have
belli many Important consular positions
lines of the Santa To road
It was slated In President Ripley's
office that tho change vvns made to
slmpllf) management ami bookkeep
ing. It vvns asserted that the Santa
l'e previously owned all of the stock
and bonds of the two companies and
that the puichasc meant simply past
ing of title of deed It Is understood
the change will not affect the operat
ing departments nor the ol!!' lal lists
ot the absorbed companies The change
will, however, permit the Santa l'e to
decrease Its accounting force material
ly The organisation will also he moio
compact nnd better fitted for the oper
ation of the big railroad s)stcm
Thcie Is little doubt that the Santa
l"e Is negotiating for the purchase or
control of the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany, which operates a line of steamers
between San I'ranclsco, the Hawaiian
Islands, Tahiti nnd Australian ports.
Tho company Is owned by John 1).
Spreckels nnd his associates The
capital stock of the steamship company
Is $2.5O).O0O, and It Is bonded for about
an equal amount. At present the com
pany Is being operated at a loss.
The persistent rumor that the Santa
Ye Intends or Is endeavoring to acquire
the ownership or control of the Oceanic
Steamship Company Is emphatically
denied by Santa l'e officials, who would
he conversant with the facts If n deal
I vvns pending. Captain A II. I'.ivson
I assistant to the president of the Santa
l'e. Assistant TinlUe Manager V A.
Rlsscll and General Manager A. G.
Wells of the Saula To coist lines nil
say that the story Is without founda
tion One of the officials, when ques
tioned about the matter, s.ild
"You can posltlvly say that the Santj
l'e has not the slightest Idea of ac
quiring control of the Oceanic Steam
ship Company or ldcntlflng Itself wltl,
the company In nny transaction or ar
rangement now In existence. It would
be folly for tho Santa l'e to take over
the Oceanic Company when It Is being
operated at a big loss, particular!)
when our company has an advantage
ous traffic arrangement that could nut
be Improved If the iallro.nl owned the
lias Imitator" some dealers
will substitute if Jou don't
watch out lie sure vim get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure lor Dandruff, tailing hair,
scalp cxenia, etc. A clash
on the hair alter bathing pre
vents colds. Awarded medals
anil all honors at Paris Expo
sition over all competitors.
Sold Everywhere. Hook about It tree.
Cnia PunilrufT Turn I titilTersalljr
dwtl hf innilwr of Conirro".
Unfit, W Iran. Jnri-iuannl nfllrlnl
larbor,Ilmiim of ltrprc-ftontatlTpa -
A. K. I1KUMUR CO., CHICAGO.
& Toilet Soap
cleans the hiir anil scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
(or the bath.
FOR SALn flY IIORRON DRUG CO.
fort and King Sts.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
flHMB il WAVE
ON 11 lid
Chicago. July 18
known to Genevn
lakes as a seiche has mnde its appear
mice on Lnke Michigan. In a queer
convulsion the lake sent n big wnvo
landward, and lcsldents nleng tho
shore suddenly found tho water lap
ping nt their doorstep. All nlong tho
lake front the waves, swept up ngalnst
breakwaters or over the beach.
SteameiH were tossed about at their
docks, smaller craft weie thrown on
the shore, bonis were broken and lu
several Instances loss ot life was nni
lowly nv cited
At the Weather llureiui tho barome
ter Indicated a sudden high pressure,
followed by nn equally sudden drop. A
wave ot heavy atintisphcrlc picssiire
passeil over the city, and ns It struck
the lnke, moving from west to enst, the
water was pushed back. With thu
pressuie teleased tho wave came rush
ing hack and dashed up over the land,
and then receded to the normal water
HORRORS OF NEW YORK.
New Yolk, July li. Rev. David M.
Steele, curate of hi Bartholomew a
palish, whose time has been spent
among the charitable and icllgloiis In
stitutions of the lower Hast Side. In an
article on "Ijplcnl I'cnenient Trage
dies" In the c uncut niimhci of the In
dependent makes the statement that
many chlldien ale horn blind every
vcar In stibtcrianc.ui apaitmeuts nude'
New York olllce buildings, hecausu
their mothciR have not seen the light duee
Denver. Col.. July 18. A story of at
tempted kidnaping is told by Miss
Maud Williams, an ciuplo)o nt the Ad
mli.it restiiiiiaut. She has been threat
ened with abduction by n man who
gave the name of "Dick Stone" The
man has also threatened the voting
woman's fiance John Pendleton, n den
till student Two weeks ago Pendlc
ton lecelved nn mum) moils letter
signed '(.'.' asking that u sum of moil
c) be left In n designated spot, other
wise Pendleton would be cnniged with
a clime which would land him In the
penitential) Pendleliin did not pio
the spec lllcd sum. mid a second
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BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Sireet, opposite Young Building.
MR. II. R. HATH was formerly lo-ated on Richards street, but on no
count of a rapidly growing business was crowded out there, nnd now has fit
ted up one of tho most modern and finely appointed show rooms and shop
In the Islands.
A large force of experienced mm Is employed, and Mr. Rath has had
many 5 cars' cxperlcnco In tho plumbing business.
A full line of the world-famed Douglns Closets Is carried, which are pro
vided with either high or low tanks, ns seen In the cut, and arc as near
noiseless In their operation ns closets can be made. They arc constructed
on the sjphon principle, which mnl'os n strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl. These closets arc sold under a written guarantee, and are
nlso guaranteed ngalnst leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
A lino of rolled rim enameled Path Tubs are on hand, as well ns ojen
lavatories. These are highly Sanltar; Goods, and (Tie connections arc nick
el, making them nrtlstlc In appearance.
One of tho latest Improved Wnsh Trays may he seen on exhibition.
These goods nre all connected with the city wnter mains nnd may be seen
In full operation nt the store. The public arc Invited to call and makes In
spection of theso goods.
Mr Rath will call and give figures on worl; nt nny time. He also gtret
all work intrusted to him his persc-nal supervision.
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains in all lines going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking salo will only last for a few dajs longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
HIS SALARY TOO SMALL.
New York, July 18. Father McCar
thy pastor or tho Church of Our Lady
of Lourdes, ono of tho largest Cathouo
chinches In RiooMjn, It Is Just learn
ed. Is respuuslhlu for the disappoint
ment of wedding guests who assem
bled lecently lu the church to witness
the mniilage of Clara l.oulsn Sweet ot
llrooklvn to n joung man from Hosyou.
No wedding took plnco because tho
priest had learned that the prospective1,
groom, while claiming to be a man 01
means, hnd an Income of only JO a
week, which he earned ns n clerk in a
Iloston store The priest Informed tho
girl, who Is a stenographer unci lives
with her widowed mother, nnd advised
her to bieuk the engagement, which
lor n long time. Man) inotheis. Steele
sn)s. nevei step on tin gioiind, being
forced to live on the roofs of building
wheie their hiHbauds aie Jaultois.
Health ('ommlssliiuei Ledeile said
today, when Ills attention was called
to Dl. Steele's aitlcle I shall Imme
diate!) detail Inspcitois to examine .V
number of big olllce buildings an. I as
certain the conditions I doubt, though.
If wo shall find nil) such thing us Dr
Steele has described "
LILLIAN RUSSELL'S AUTOS.
New York. Jul) 17 Lillian Russell'sl
two automobiles, which were valued by
her at $:in.(Miu, weie burned today din
ing u fire that deitro)cd hei auto shed.
In the tear of the O'l.ear) cottage, at
Cedar Lawn, Par Rocltawa) Tho ac
tress sat at a window In her cottage
and watched the destine (Ion of the ve
hicles. The lire stnited I nun n gaso
lene explosion. The auto shed was
valued at $)no One of the nutos was
u big red machine, with which Miss
Russell nnd Jesse l.ewlsohu and sevei
al Irlends nre said to have violated tho
speed ordinance nt 1'icepoit. Long Isl
nnd, last Sunday.
PERSIA SHAKEN UP.
P. O. BOX OT5. Til il
THE OLDUST CHi. 'xSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Qlir I to Flat 3 IUi aoi Gust Llnai.
ChlntM M Jipcti tiool el All KMi
o 54.22 for 25 ctsl
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Romba), July lb A ueveio earth
quake was expel leiiccd nt llliliderab
has. Persia, at 7.30 o'clock on tho
morning of Jul) 'Jth. It lasted thni to
lour minutes mid was follow eil by
lighter shocks. All the chief buildings
buffered. At the beginning the custom
house wns destro)cd Thu whole pop
ulation was panic stricken and Hocked
to the sea beach Ini site!) but only
one fntallt) was repoited
The shocks are believed to have oilg
Inated ut Kishiii Island, whclicu loud
detonations weie c.lstiuctl) audible At
llundcrnhlms It la lenred that the de
itriictluii at Klshni has been heavy. A
lew )eais ago an earthquake at Klshm
killed hundreds of people
DR. RICHARDSON DYING.
letter wns slipped under his door, lic
it lused to p.t) turther attention to the
letttni. which grew more threatening.
Wediusdii) night Miss Williams vvns
accosted by h lull man with a black
mustache "II )oti don't come 1 will
kill vim, ' said the tall man Miss Wil
liams ran uvvay Yesteiday both Miss
Williams and Pendleton lecelved let-
teis III which a "tall man" thientened
to kidnap the girl unless money was
foitluoming. Roth )oimg people are)
now keeping off the streets. Pendle
ton sn)s that four )cars ago, lu Po
mona, Cat., he was subjected lo the
t?HCaS" ' M-iwl'0t,fff-i-
The returns in comfort cannot be
too highly estimated.
Ik Hawaiian Electric Co. m
'vBbV Telephone Main 390. j9w
ROW OVER PHOTOGRAPH.
Pails, July 17. The action brought
h) Mine, de Gast. a wealthy widow and
a. well known automobile elrlvei
against Mnltrc llaiboux, the popular
law)cr, for producing in court a photo
graph of a picture called "The Masked
Woman" nnd declaring that Mine do
Clast had served as the model, has been
dismissed owing to the omission of a
Dining the healing Mine, de Gast
was allowed to addiess the Court
Turning to Maine llaiboux. she asked
him If he ictracted his asseillon, and,
ns be made no icply. she continued
'He keeps silent because he knows 1
am a widow Cowaid' Coward!"
The scene caused great excitement
After tin) panics to the suit left the
Palais de Justice, Piluco de Sagan, who
had accompanied Mine, do Gast toVourt
meeting Maine llaiboux on the stieet
stiuck him. Mjlng: "You are an lu
Hiiller of women'" at the same time
handing his caid to Mtiitro Ilarhoux,
who replied Veiy well, )ou shall
hear fioni me."
Mnltie Ilarhoux Is quoted as B.i)lng
subsequently. "I shall not fight Piiiue
de Sagan, hut shall prosecute him for
Have You Tasted
Crystal Spring Butter
You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses It If so, she 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.
METflOPOUTAN MEAT GO., Ltd.,
Telephone Mnln -in.
The Pride of the Home
llaltlmore July 17. Dr. I' Mann
Rlehardaoti. piolessor of oig.inle chem
Isti) lu l.elanil stnufoid I'nlveislty. Is
at the I'nlon Piotestaiit liiflimar) in
this clt). suffering fiom blood poison
lig Ills condition late tonight lb ie
oited to be i-erlous Ills family, In-
hiding his wife and children fiom Cal- rave tho life of the mare
foi ula and bis mother fiom St. l.otils
ire In tho city. Little hopo Is enter
t lined for his recover).
MARE'S WOODEN LEG.
S.ieianicnto. July It!. Imp. Rllse. by
Ilea u llrummcl, dam of Carlos and oth
ei star splinters, Is to bo lilted with a
wooden leg She was tinned Into a
con ill with a team of titiek horses sev
eral da)H ago and bad her left hind leg
broken b) a kick. As she Is bred to the
celebrated Yankee Doodle mid the foil
would be vvoith ?100U If delivered alive,
icvci) possible menus will be taken lo
The leg has
been aiiiinitulecl and u coik leg will ho
furnished the male, who before the uc
I'ldent was valued at $3U00.
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to othets
makes of tho same price It Is demon stinting Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and Inspect the different stjles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hole AgcntH fop the llnwnlla.i Islnndn.
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Emmett May, Secretary.
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet Side,
HONOLULU, H. T.
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