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and the quality of this pop
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
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Rooms 608-510 Stangenwald Dldg.
Tel. Main 50. p. O. Box 537.
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General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Ourin Strait. Honolulu
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TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tho Court
of Ta' Appeals for the First Jiiilliiul
Circuit, Island of Oalnt. will sit In the
Tax Office, Judiciary building, on l'ri
day, the 1st day or August, 1902, at
1.30 p. in., to bear such appeals as
way bo brought before It.
V. C. WINSTON,
President of the Court of Tax Appeals
for the Island of Oaliu.
Honolulu, July 2K 1'JUl'. 220D-:il
O. R. 4 L. CO. EXCURSIONS.
During the Merchants' Talr week ev
elusion tickets will be on sale at all
of tho O. It & I. Co. stations. Inew
tickets will be on sale and good lor le
turn from Saturday, July 2Cth, until
Monday August 4th.
Tickets from Hoonlulu to
1st Class. 2d Class.
Pearl City C 3 $ 50
Walpahu 75 t0
i:wn Mill 1 00 73
Wulanae 1 30 1 25
Walalua 2 00 1 5
Kaliuku 2 50 2 la
KINAU SAILS TOMORROW.
The Klnau will not sail for San
Francisco today as had been expected
us she has not et been inado ready for
Bea. The railing time bus consequently
been postponed until tomoirow at 8
Maine's four Republican Represen
tatives In Congress have been rcnoml
uated by acclamation.
lUSt' lifflj 10" Mr
INDEMNITY BOND FILED
FOR DETENTION OF PARTY
AUGUST TERM OPENS NEXT MON
DAY WITH JUDGE GEAR PRE-
SIDING BOND OF GUAR.
DIAN IN $70.
Judge Itoblnson has anmoved Hie in
demnliy bond bt T, Ah me o a writ to
preunt Chang See Yun froui lc-iivlnc
the Territory pending a bill In cuult)
for accounting. C. V. Aiblord Is at
torney for the plaintiff.
Teicsa Jnllft d'Agulal. rmrdlan of
Gullherme Uotelho, a minor his Hied
her II nd In $750 with Joe Rapozo us
The ejectment suit of C. Lai Young
s. Sophie Kohuole Wiley et al. Is con
tinued by stipulation to neat term of
the Circuit Court.
The trespass case of Ctee Kit s
I.eo Lung, the plaintiff claiming 31000
for assault wl Ji n mattock, wnt to the
Jury before Judge Humphrtyt this aft
ernoon, halng bun on trial two full
dajg. The Jury conslit of Manuel A.
Gonsalves. O. I Wilder. L. H. Dec,
E. 1). Mlhalcinl. W Llfbtmin, C.
SchoellKopf, C. II. Uamtky W. II. Mc
Inerny, M. 0. Silva. H Meek. i:. K.
Montgomery and S W Fpen er.
The August term of the Flret Circuit
Court will open on MosiVy nxt, Judgo
Gear to preside.
The doors of the Ap.i u!l .rnl fair In
the drill shed were ck-e last night at
10 o clock and todn. Ui Irjlts, vegc
tables, fodder grasses palms, ferns,
flowers and other clcrxir.l- of the big
exhibit are being ietno.ee' ly the iirl
ous exhibitors and by lecplc of the De
partment of Koristry and A.rlculttiiv.
Tho last night of the agricultural
exhibit was marked by tU attendance
of an Immense crowd, the people enter
ing the building In Midi musses us In
make It necessary for polln olllicrs
and attaches of the iiurMu of Agricul
ture and Koristry to stand by and kicp
The fruits and vegetal-) were not In
very good condition Jntt nit'lit ou ac
count of the great heat wbb h thr-y hu 1
been subjected to during the two da) 8
of tho fair. The fod'r grosses were
also very much wilted and tho flowers
were withered. It v,c ild have bun
Impossible to continj the fair for an
other day with the txj,taulic,n of nuk
ing a good Impulsion.
Taken as a whole, the prrluiltural
fair has been most suutuful and as a
starter, It will undoubtedly be the
means of much grea'er events of the
kind In the future.
Lint night, n nulnl (r '' police ofllcers
In plain clothes wat hd the tables
from various points bjt no one was
aught taking any fruit.
Attorney General Du'e bav. rendered
an opinion to Tax Collector l'ralt on
' An Individual acquires prior to .Tilly
1, lliOl. a block of Mo. k for Sin.Oiffl.
During the je-ar ending Jun' .111. I9U2.
he sells this same stock for $5000, loss
$."000. Is he allowed this, loss In as
sessing his net Income for the jeur to
June 30. 1!02?"
The Attorney General quotes a ma
jority opinion of the Supreme Court ot
the I'nited Ptntes, six against three
Justices Joining In It. to the effect that
an ndance In value of securities Is not
taxable as gain. Conversely, Mr. Dole
concludes that a decrease in value Is
not matter for exemption, saying:
"If a gradual Increaee In the alue ot
securities extending over a series o(
jiais and culminating in a sale at an
ad if need price is not taxable as gain,
profit, or Income of the year In which
the sale takes place. It would seem to
follow that n gradual depreciation ex
tindlng oer n series of years ami cul
minating In a sale at a reduced price
Is not. within the meaning of the ait.
a los 'actually sustained during the
eai In which the sale takes place."
The nuptlule of M Violet Kluole
Ucckley ami Carl O Mebrtens tool,
place this noon In bt Andrew's Cath
edral, Itev Canon Kit at officiating
Harry Davison gave the tirldo awuj.
Miss Ilosinu Shaw acted as bridesmaid
and Aithur C. Mackintosh ns best
man. The ullar of the ihurch was
puttll) decorated with white llowiih
Tlio wedding niaich was luytd ou the
organ b) Wray Tajlor There was
cjulte a large number of people luotctit
to witness the ceremony
SP0IIS IF TOE FAIR
ComnlFsloner Wuj Taylor this
morning sent the prize fi i Is an 1 vege
tables from the AgrUnlt .nil I'uli to the
Hospital for Incuiables The cut dow
ers were donated to the Queen's Hos
pital. Tho alfalfa buy v.s fe.t to
hortcs lined up In front of tho exhibi
tion buildings, and the nay they de
voured it bcttlcd :m doubt that might
have existed as to tli. value of thai
fodder plant. Ml Taylor tor his shaio
of thii spoils proudly sported the ptlzu
lllina lei on his hat.
TO DIVIDE PRECINCT.
At an executive meeting of tho Re
publican Tciiltnrial Committee held
Monday night, It was decided to rec
ommend to Governor Dide that the
Second Precinct of the Fourth Dlstilct
bo divided Into two parts, as has al
luady been suggested by many of tboso
living In this banner precinct of tho
New York, July 24. Sugar Raw,
firm; fair refining, 27-8c centrifugal,
96 test, 3 34c. Molasses sugar, 2 5-8c.
0 II Ilerrcy, money to loan.
Dr French It here fiom Molokal.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C, J. Da's grocery.
l'rlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
Peter High Is booked to leave fur
amouver in the MIonvra
The hnrkentlne Archer arrived at
San Francisco, from Honolulu, on Jul)
The bark Annie Johnson arrived
fiom Hllo. at San I'laticluo on Jul
Dr. 11. Sandow, Mrs. V. Knudsen and
K. Knudsen arrived In the Kauai from
Kauai ports toda).
Horses galme, mules, for sale law
ful cheap. W. S. Withers, automobllo
stables, King street.
The t'nlted States District Court
stands adjourned from Saturday lat to
Wednesday, August 20.
Governor and -Mrs. Dole will go down
the toad on the afternoon train to
spend n couple of days at the Il.ilclwn
Tho wedding of Miss Kllrabeth Pa
rish and L. T. Warren will take place
at the home of Prof. I . Thompson,
Kanieliameha, on Mondaj night next
Governor Dole, accompanied b V
A, Schaefer and W. G. Irwin arrived
at the Merchants' fair pavilion shortly
uftcr 11 o'clock this forenoon and at
2 o'clock weer still at work on the
Among the arrivals from Kauai porU
In the Mlkuhalj this morning were the
following: II. V. Wilcox Senator Ka
lauokuliml. I). Kttlaudkalani Ji , Repre
sentative J. A Aklna, A I.. C Atkin
son. Mrs, C. II. Clupln.
A meeting of the executive committee
of the Fifth Prcclnit, Fourth District,
was held today for th- purpose of
naming a Judge of election In the pi i-o
of A. I'. Cooke, who is uw.iv on the
Mainland Clinton F. Trai) was choi
en in his pluc,c
In the Police ('nun vet"i,l, after
noon Ah Ngln. chained with larccii)
In the second degice. had his case nolle
pros'il. Toiii.imi Miranda and Helen i
ItodrlgueH. two Potto Itican women
ehuiged with vagraiic.v. weie -entenced
each to two mouths Imprisonment at
The mate lies of the ping pone, tourna
ment at the niks hall ,ie in Ing run
off In very quick order .itcidav
afternoon and evening saw -nine verj
swift pl.i. Tho results aie .is follows
Hebburn wins fiom Ta.vloi i-'J fl-l.
Ilronks wins from Hoc knell i,-j i,-D
Adams wins from Wutriman ti-.'.
Armstrong wins fiom I'iiLci, 0-2,
Pi luce Cujilil wins fiom .-a res Z-1
Dr. Raymond wins 1 ck fault
J. O. Young wins fiom JVM John
son, ti-0, 6-1.
I Ini tmati wins fiom I.lovd A-J. C-2.
Tuthlll wins fiom Wtbilei, t-3, 2-C
Dunn wins fiom Ma 7- C-2
The steamship iniura from Sun
Francisco was sighted oft Walmanalii
this forenoon at about 10 10 o'clock
nnd arrived off port a lltle before- noon.
She left San Funihco Jul) 2t at 7 IS
p. in., thus milking the tilp In 5 da)s,
IX bonis and is minutes. Fine weath
er wus expel limed throughout, the
voyage, PuiMr Iluckman rvpmtH that
on July 27 at 21 p in. the Ventura
passed a supposid White Stai steam
bhlp bound Hast ten miles to the north
ward. The Nippon Main, which left
San Frunclsco six hours before the
Ventura, was also patscd On Jul) 2"
at 6:35 p. m. she patted a steamer
bound west uhout twelve tulles north
The Ventura brings i.l'j tons of freight
for this port and 1JSS tout In transit
She carries a large lUt of pugi-eugeik
among whom uie lion. S. M Damon,
Mrs. Jno. i:na. Col Geo Mncfarlane
Dr. C. 11. Wood and Capt W. II. Whit
ing who conns to relieve Admiral Mer
ry In the command of the local Naval
Among the through pan tigers Is
lion J. T Walker who Is ptomliient In
Austiall.i being a m niitor In tin uppei
house, Hon 1)111 Dillingham Is the
I'nllcwl Stalls Consul in Auckland He
Is now returning fiom u visit to' the
.Mainland Ml lilac krock Is u pioinl
neut men ham In p!a unci the agent
In that port foi the Oceanic .Steamship
In spite oi tin bind times and de
pn-sseil business lonilltluus it is a 10
niaikuble fact that the I'ltst National
Hank shows as compared with Its
statement of April .loth last nnd that
of Jul) Hith, publish' d todav In anoth
er column an Increase ot over $100,000
III deposits und In cash on hand a cor
responding Inc reuse The loan ac
count shows a decrease of about
Ne-w Yot I. Jul) 2J A cable to tho
Journal from Home sa)s Marconi has
Invented a s)stein of wireless tell g
raph) which Is applicable to suliiiiariuu
boats. Ik- has uffiied the Inventlou as
a gilt to the Italian (iov eminent piom
Islng nut to p milt Its use b) auj oth
liNGAGIiMUN 1' ANNOUINCUI)
The lion S W and Mrs Wlliox an
nounce! the- engagement of tbeli daugh
ter Lite) Ilttu, to Ml. Hcnr) Digb)
Sloggctt of Llhue, Kauai,
m ni i
1 Shoe Store
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"The Dark o' tne Moon," by S. II.
"Tho Mastery of the Pacific," by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was in Flower").
"The Mazed Trail." by S. K. White.
"None Hut the Drave," by 11. Scars.
"The Kentons." by W. D. Howclls.
"Tho Strollers," by I'. S. Isham.
"The Magic Wheel," by Jobn Strango
"The Hounds of the Uaskcrvlllcs," by
' The Woman Who Dared " by Lynch.
"A House Party, ' edited By Paul Lei
The nbove are only a "8AMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Slreet
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts nnd more people are) reallz
lag that they can get better worU and
lower prices than anywhere clso.
i:acb department W charge of a spe
cialist ami our operator: aro graduate
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
In tlio U. S. o- tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
cr dental office In tho city; we have
tho best pinto workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practice! by
us are strictly up to date.
Wo can sive you money on yout den
tal work Wo will tell )ou in advance
exactly what )Oiir work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, mite nulldlng, Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance,
Hours, 8 a m. to 6 p. m.
Sunda)s, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Dining tin ti tit 1 of Manuel Vnscon
Kllot )esteicl.iv on the charge of as
sault and battel y on J l.irdln Diputy
.Sheriff Chllllngwoith In (uestloning
Chillies Santos, one of the witnesses
bi ought out a state of affairs which It
tine, would seem to demand a swift
and sumimii) action.
Mr Chllllugwortli virtually accused
Santos and Vaseline ellos of being cm
plo)ed by the illicit liquor sellers ot
the Piiiuhhowl dlstilct to "do up
police officers and others in the cm
plo) of the police department who
might be sent up In that dlrectlou to
seek out the viol.itois of the law.
Santos was accused of being the one
who on the outside of the police sta
tlou one da) Ihieatenc-d a Japanese In
teiprtter with swift annihilation if ho
evil dared to show his fine 111 tho
Vascoucellos and Santos are both
hoodlums who ale not mil) fell eel lj)
people of olliei nationalities but b) the
Portuguese themselves. 'I he police hi
lleve them to be the lingleaders of the
gangs ot hoodlums that have so long
Infested the qu.Htei mentioned
1'ianK Weston husband of Kin
IHIsliT the aitiesJ, bus 'made a
btilke' in gold die In tilt- Needlttoii
dlstilct, about half wa) between Du
lango and Silveilon, Col .
I. A I kSAWjH k.
4S9SS K 7S7iTi7S.'
i I I A n I A A I &
This "HANAN" w it sole , it
It a partb ularl) attiadiw m 4jp
The mat"rial l an itta
choice ppc ot llrlghl Kid
The pfrforatod vamp "it It jSS
off to splendid Khautai,'! iJS
The solo carries the cor.-'t ,-iSi
extension edge 'p
A peronlflatlon of th iil y
cal Ameiiian gentleman 'Si
ot the wonderful AL VISTA
C A. M tilt A distributed free
for the unking lit
Photo Supply Co
Ants do. If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use of this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne is
Invaluable as It Is qot a poison
but has tho desired result.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work or All Klndi.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
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Phono Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent, per
I E. W. JORDAN 1
j- Iiuh Junt received ex. -3
fc "ALAMEDA" o full line 3
t ot tht cclclirotcel
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ifc No 10 Store
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FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllidotpfcta,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, if S
Offleet Stangenwald lld M
I chant Street Tel. Main 1(1.
I HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQB
Honolulu. JU1 Y iot iqq?.
NAMt OF STOCK pJu?i C? Q,i
C Drtwtf A Cftinpinv, 'leooonc
K 3 StctiaDO CotLM 6o,coo iCt
t.n. rrr k Co., Lli tooooo !' s
fit Plantation Co ... j.ew.ooc ao t,t
HawaiianAertculturalCo i.ono,mo oo .m Ml
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co i.jii.fte io l
Hawaiian Sugar Co .. t,ooo,ooo t
Hononu Sugar Co i tjo.ooe c .. it
HonokaaSur Co . aooo.or o ir
Mtint Srar C j 500000 loo . . tfo
Vahuku Plantation Co )oo,ooo to ,,.,,, .,
Klhtl Plant Co, Lti. .. i.fja.ooo 50 t8
Klpabulu Sugar Co ' 160,000 toe . . ,
ColoaSurarCo .. . . jot.ooo! too t4V
McBrrdtSuCo.,Ld ... 1,400,00a o
0hu Sugar Co , ... 600,00a too t lT
komaa augarCo, ,, ' 1,000,000 to
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co jnn.oco n
Olaa Su Co , . , ai I t6,tuo ae t it'
OlaaSuCo LtJ piupf 1 500,300 ao t gV
OlowaluCorrrany iso,ooc 100 0
PaauhauSu Plan Co s.000,000 y ...
Pace. Sugar Mill jou.oto tto
Paia Planu'lon Co f 50.000 too ....,
t'fretVfn Si par Ce ., t 50.000 loo .... tt,
Plonwr Mill Co t?joouo loo tl
Walalua Agn Co a, 500000 100 (,A
WaltukuSugar Co too.ooo too.. t!
WaimanatoSugar Co tjs,ooo too it?4
Wafmea Mill Co its 000 tee... . To
Ifllfr-UlanJStfamNCo 2 ' '" ,0
Hawa Ian tltrlc Co Sl " E
Hon. RaplJ T ft L Co IS"' ! H
Mutual it If rhont Co !!'S 'H
Hawaiian (iov 5 ftr rent
Hilo R R Co 6r-rnt too
Hon Rarll Transit toe . ...
Ewa Plantain 6 rrr cent too
Oahu R & L Cn per c tc
Oahu Plantation 6pe
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c . . ......
Walalua Agr'cul ftp c ri .....
Katiuku f percent ....
SnlPH-HiO Kwa 2oQ, C KahuKu,
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