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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ir. T., THUItSDAT, JULY 31, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
Wo expect many Island visitors In town this week, and havo n
special offering for tlicm In our sale of dress materials, Honolulu
lmera appreciate tlicso opportunities, ns was shown liy our sales of
last week, nnd wo liopo to seo you nt our Btore also. Como early for
the best selection of patterns.
l'rctty stripes and figures. Width
28 Inches and very attractive. 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. Reduced from 35c to
20c Per Yart.
flreat assortment of colors nnd 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 line. 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 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.
THE FAIR AWARDS
At about 9.30 o'clock last night and
when the crowd at the Merchants' Fair
was at Its greatest, Sccretury V. V.
Harris of the Association read the
awards of the Uoard of Judges who In-
I spected and adjudged the nrlous ex
hibits. Ho expressed the opinion that
the fair now closed Is but the forerun-
i ner of n long line of trade exhibition
which will draw closer the business
men and the citizens of tho Territory.
When Mr. Hurrls nroso to make
his announcement be wns surrounded
by a large crowd of people. The re
port of the Hoard of Judges was as fol
lows Honolulu, T II., July 30, 1002.
To the President of the Honolulu Mer
chants' Imposition Pair, Honolulu-
Sir Your committee appointed to
Judge on the merits of the exhibits at
the Merchants' Knlr, held In Honolulu
on the 2Sth. 20th and 30th July, 1!)0J,
beg leave to make tho following re
port Your committee has been furnished
with the following list of classes fort
which awards weic to be made, viz.,
I'lrst Class- Artistic nrrangement.
Second Class: Most compreheuslw)
exhibit In a special lino of trade.
Third Class Hest special exhibit.
$ S. i 3$v$5.S$S.S
Your committee found considerable
dlrflculty In making satisfactory
awards under tho above limitations
nnd would suggest that for future exhi
bitions the scope should be made broad
er, especially as affecting home produc
tlons nnd manufactures.
Confining ourselves to the rinses
submitted, your committee has made
the following awards, viz.:
Ai Untie arrangement Plist Awaid
l'orter Furnlttuo Compan.
Moil comprehensive exhibit In n
special line of ared Klrst Award, Ha
waiian Hlcctrlc Co, Ltd
Host special exhibit first Award
Patlllc Otiano and fertilizer Co
Tor nrtlstlc arrangement nnd merit
of exhibit Pacific Hardware Cumpiny
Limited; C K. Herrlck Carriage Com
pany Pacific Vehicle nnd Snppl) Co
Tor merit us home produc ts and
manufactures llackfeld & Co Ltd
toffee, Klco A. Perkins, photographs
Cashmnn & Nelson, tents and awnings
Honolulu Drawing k Malting Co beer,
J (I Costa & V. C. Machedo llinallnu
stonework; A. A. Montano, dressniat;
Ing. Very respectfully submitted.
(Signed.) H, II DOLi:
r. a. sciiAi:ri:ii.
VM. O, IRWIN
Nation's Choice mESkK
Bottled at the Brewery. Miill
Fred .Miller llrcvvlng Co. VI ll
I nilwaukce.Wls. flllj
FIRST NAVEL ORANGE GROWER DIES IN POVERTY
RUerslde. July 22. Luther C. Tib
bets, widely known as the man who
planted and brought to successful
giowth the first navel ornngo trees'
In this county, If not In California, Is
dead at the County Hospital. He once
owned much nluable property In RU
erslde. but lost It all through litiga
tion. One of the parent nnel orange
trees which Tlbbcts budded has recent
ly been removed to the head of Magno
lia ncnue. It Is probable that a sult
nblo tablet will be erected there to his
Luther C Tlbbcts came to California
from New York city In 1872 and settled
on Government land nt what Is now
Riverside In 1873, through Mrs. Tib
bets, who was In Washington, I). C.
bo obtained some cuttings of somo
strange seedless oinnges sent by tho
Consul nt Ilahln, Ilrazll. Of the six ori
ginal shoots three were dead before tho
Government sent them to Tlbbcts, and
tho others would soon doubtless have
followed. TIbbets cared for the slips
carefully. A cow ntc one. but tho other ,
two grew and In five yeniB wero pro-'
tluclng. For ten years TIbbets sold
from the branches of the parent trees
great quantities of buds.
Tlbets guarded tho two orange trees.'
whciKo came all the buds of navel
-r -n -ca r- x z -a -r r- --
orange trees, with Jealous care Iluds
from the genuine Tlbbcts tices were In
enormous demand, and fanr prices
were offered for buds from the parent
stock. Sales of buds amounting to $000
a month were not uncommon for n few
jears. Speculators offered $10 000 for
the two original trees foi budding pur
poses Tlbbcts not only declined the
offers, but refused to sell an) thing but
genuine first buds from the trees Had
he sold second buds that Is, buds one
remove fiom the patent stock he
might easily have made tens of thou
sands of dollars annually for half n
decade. Ills correspondence wns stu
pendous, and he had letters from nil
parts of tho world.
He built n beautiful home nnd a barn
with towering cupolas and an elaborate
bay window He hail an expensive
fence built about the original trees.
Then he became Involved In lawsuits
regarding his Inlgation vvntet rights
and spent a fortttno In court expenses
Little by little TIbbets' property
melted away. In 1S9S Mrs Tlbbcts
died. TIbbets' own health grew feeble,
nnd tho last of his land with his home
was lost by the foi ('closure of a mort
gage A start was mndo toward rais
ing a fund, but there was mil) a feeble
response to the tall, and last year the
old man was icniovid to the poorhouse.
y vy vy -,y ry ry -ry -ry -ry rv en
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
FITZSIMM0NS HAS A CHANCE TO WIN
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must closo out my stock. No reasonablo offer refused. Unheard-of
Dargalns In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking sale will only last for a few days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
p. o. Box ns. til. ii
THE OLDEST CHi. 'WE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Outer, la Fin. S Iki o4 Gun Lhisi. Chln.it o4 Jtpnoilt UooJi el All Kills
io-m Nuimqii itrMt
San Kranrlsto, July 23 As the time passed the age limit of tnrs when a
draws near for the meeting of the J'alued ulhl.te is suppoMd to be at
hlu im.t 1 1 r in it tut In u ir.i.l yrtn.lt.
giants within the squared circle the In- ,(m (8 s Jl(wbU)le f()r ,iIm (() K,aih
teicst, vvhltli lias been exiicmeiy npa- Hl ,)h t,1R. r nfi., )llt ,u, h,,,,,,!!,,,,
thetic, appeals to quicken, and the big of that condition being good enough
fight Is the principal topic of conver- to go against the youngci opponent Is
cation In the rules and on tho bticot not settltd to the satisfaction of the
cornels Hvcrywhero tho uucstluu Is average llgbt-guei li any means
heard "Has ritzslmmons a clmncu to Ilctllng on the battle Is Bald to be
beat the young giant who has jet to '-' to 1 In f.ivor of Jeffries, but the basis
know what defeat means In the ring?"! for such statements does not appear
AlmoBt Invariably the answer comes on the Biiiface. It tukes a dirfeitnce
"Yes, a possible chance, and that Is of opinion to make gambling of an)
all." Never before has tho world's sort, and Judgment on the merits of the
championship In the heavy-weight dlvl- two men dots not amount to u differ
slon been ut stake where the aspirant ence of opinion. Tho odds which are
for the title was given as little con- quoted do not represent public sentl
sldeiatlon ns Is the "grand old man of ment. There Is little tu no I'ltzslm
tho ring" In the coming battle. Thnt inons mono) In sight, and there Is no
he has surpassed any othci lighter who record of any large amount having
ever tliew on the gloves In point of ex- been placed ut this figure The only
peiieuce and performance, when the bets of iinj tonseiiucnco have been
age question Is brought Into the argil- placed on a 10 to-1 basis, and there Is
ment. Is generally conceded, but that plenty moie of the Jeffries end to be
he will beat Jeffries the must sanguine wagered nt tho buiuc llguie, with no
of his friends are not positive enough takers in sight. When this Is taken
to argue. I Into consideration, the talk that Jef
James J. Jeffiles Is In the flower of fries Is simply a 2-to-l favorite seems
his joutb us u fighter. He has the to be misleading Odds on any sport
frame and strength of a giant. Soma lug event aie moie or less governed
of his powers havo been somewhat by tho public pulse When enough
abused, but he btlll ictuins tho Kltzslmnions money Is In sight ut 1
stamina which only youth can have, to 2 tho quotation ma) be called a eoi-
Ou tho other band. I'ltzslmmnns has rett one, mid not before.
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HAVE THEY ELOPED!
New York, July 22. A special to tho
Sun Horn Seianton, Pi Hays: George
Dubois Dlmnilek, a prominent business
man of this city anil n cousin of Mrs.'
Pcnjainln Harilsan, second wlfo of tho
loimei Piesldent, disappeared mjstc
iituisly from his homo heio two weeks
ngo He Is DO jears old and married,
Liiid has been Identified with many lm
piutnnt business Inteiusts In this cit.
V, Ion he left ho was manager of n
laike patent uiilU condensing company.
Another disappearance that has oc-1
eurred hero tecentl) Is that of n young
woman who was employed as stenogia ,
pher ut the milk condemning taetoiy. '
A sister of the young woman, who is
employed at tho same factory, followed
'In senith of the glil Tho fact that tho
sister returned alone to this city a few I
days ago Indicates that her mission I
was unsuccessful. I
At the offices of tho milk company
it was said tonight that Dlmmlck was
no lcmgei connected with tho concern.
A portrait of Rear Admiral Clark of
Oiegon funic. Is to be placed In tho!
eapltol of Veimont. I
PAUNCEFOTE NOT RICH.
London, July Pt -1 lie uniiouncenient
that the late Loid Pauuccfoto's rumlly
was lelt with pniitltally no estate
save n small home si at In Gloucester
shlie Is expettid to result ill the
giautlng or a larger pension to tho
widow than Is ciidiii.ully given There
Is no doubt lint Lord Paunceluto's cm
bussndorlnl taiiei bit his family Hovel
al thousand pounds pooler than would
havo been the cahe bad he not been
compelled to lm ur i xtra expenses.
CHOLERA EPIDEMIC DECREASING.
Mnnlln Jul ii Cholera continues
to decieise In tin city nnd provinces.
The HUtboiltlcs think the epidemic Is
Wns'u igiim Inly 22 Tho War He
pnitinent has bun Informed Iroiu Ma
nila tnat betwuii May titli nnd Juno
11th iivenlysU inllstcd men of tho
Amy died Of these Blxty two deaths
weio caused by slatli eboleia.
United States and
Washington July IS The Govern
ment of the I'nited States has not re
ceived an Invitation to participate in
the anti-trust conference proposed by
the i'7.ir The Government was not
coiiirrned olllclally In the Internation
al sugar cuufereuco nt Ilrussels, to
which the projected conference Is .1
natiii.il supplement; therefore It Is not
believed that Its participation In this
Is fptitcd However. It would be
clearly Impossible for the I'nited
States Government to enter Into any
undertaking with foreign governments
concerning suih Important matters ns
trade regulation nnd especially Involv
ing nil International regulation of ta
riffs In some measure. It Is felt that
Congress would never sm lender any
p.ut of Its constitutional authority tu
tcgulatc these matters, ns even If tho
I'nited States should atttnd the pro
jected conference through n proper
rcpiesentatlvc. no action could be tak
en that would In tho slightest sensa
bind the Government.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
MilMMlfcMH.yi'Jl WJ'lMLtf.'1'III1 'WWfc "WWMill'.JMlJlJ 1
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
MR i: It HATH was formerly located on Richards street, but on ac
count of a rapidly growing business was crowded out there, and now has fit
ted up one of the most modern and finely appointed show rooms and shops
In the Islands.
A large forco of experienced mrn Is employed, and Mr. Bath has had
many years' experience In the plumbing business.
A full line of tho world famed Oounlas Closets Is carried, which are pro
vided with either high or low tanks, a3 seen In tho cut, and nro ns npar
noiseless In their operation ns closets can be mnde. They are constructed
on the syphon principle which mnl-os a strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl. These closets are sold under n written guarantee, and are
also guaranteed against leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
A line of rollcd-rlm enameled Path Tubs nro on hand, ns well ns o?en
livntorio3 These nro highly Sanltnr; Goods, and (Tic connections nro nick
el, making them artistic In appcarar.ee.
One of the latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods nro all connected with the city wnter mains nnd mny be seen
In full operation nt tho store. Tho public nro Invited to call and mako In
spection of those goods.
Mr Rath will call and give flpurcs on work nt nny time. lie also glvei
nil work Intrusted to him his pcrst nal supervision.
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
PHYSICIAN GOES IN8ANE.
Santa Moulin. July 17 Dr. John
Flood of San I'landsco, who was stay
lug at the Arcadia, suddenly beeninu
Insane last night and escaped fiom the
hotel He rushed up the rni trucks
several blocks on North Ocean avenue,
then stopped and went up on the ver
anda of one of the cottages, where lm
was found by the women of the house.
When asked what he wanted he s.ild
tbrre were tlueo men coming nnd that
there would be trouble. 'I ho women
were very much frightened and rushed
off lu search of a policeman.
Jl this tlmu Dr. I'lood had been
missed fiom his hotel nnd rather
O'Connell. who nccompanled him here
summoned olllters and started out lu
look foi him. They soou found him
and he was taken to Los Angeles for
CLOSING FRENCH SCHOOLS.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
Paris, July 18. In consequent i of
the Issuance of a circular by M.
Combes, tho Premier. July l'Jth, order
ing the strict execution of tho law of
associations by tho closing, befoio
July 2Jd, of tho schools and tho other
Institutions managed by tinauthurlzeit
cungicgatliins, the police nro proceed
ing with the elosuio of all such estab
lishments. Tho circular affects 2!00
schools throughout Fiance Theso
schools are attended by 150.1)00 pupils.
A number of small dcmonstintlons
against the measure occurred today In
various towns Tho clerical lenders
vigorously denounce the closing of
these Institutions ns Illegal nnd liiliu
man Piotests havo been m.idu by sev
The Dr. iY. : Alden Elrrtnc "Belt1
(with sus- vty?? pensory 's guaranteed
to possess vie a the .... " e rrnncf
ties of the cmi slve belts now sold by
doctors anj drugn: '. It gives a very
sttong current ot electricity anJiseilly
regulatej. Bound to supersle others. Can
be had from the underslrneJ only; no
agents; no discount. Clrcuhi free. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., San
Frr.tlrn Sent frrr to Hwall (.tr Sn.OO
W ELECTRIC FAN m
B costs only 1
Bgj The returns In comfort cannot be JJB
W. too highly estimated. OK
k Hawaiian Electric Co. M
B, Telephone Main 390. Jffr
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolunl Park
Addition and n
1S7 MERCHAN. STREET.
Have You Tasted
Crystal Spring Butter
You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses l 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.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Mdln 45. ,
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to othM
makes of tho same price It Is demonstrating Its merits. Quilt to Sew Will
and to Last Call and Inspect the different styles.
b MIhh Ullii Dnyton
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
Kolo Agentti fop the lliivviilln.i Islands.
Albert V, Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capl.al Stock, $100,000.00
jENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Dulldlnj, Merchant Ctreet Side.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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