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Wo offer for a short or long
lease at very reasonable rates,
In tho WAVERLY BLOCK
on Uetlicl street, formerly occu
pied by the Honolulu Paint Co.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tel. Main 313. Honolulu.
Le Progrei Stated.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Past
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the or
der aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. 0. F,
HmU every Monday evening at 7: St
)l Harmony Hall. King street.
E. L. CUTTING, N. 0.
K. K. HENDRY, becrclary.
in Tlsltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. I, K. of P.
HmU every Friday evening at liar
woay Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
tm of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
tea (Brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN. CO.
ED. C. ALDRICH,
K. of R. & 8.
WM. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K. of P,
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
Red to attend.
C. M. V. FORSTER, C.C.
B. S. GREGORY, K.H.S.
Mr. THOMAS PRIME will conduct a
Thursday. Auc. 7th. 1902. 8 p. m., at
ARION HALL (back of Opera House)
Members' meeting Tuesday, 7:45 p. m.
A cordial welcome extended to all.
Library open Friday, 3 to 4 o'clock.
MARY D. HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RE80RT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, AmerlcaE and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
Wo aro now paying especial atten
tlon to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the sue
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantee that
vro will give you perfect satisfaction.
Wo have the finest display of the
bstter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BON3
ever put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'8 CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA'i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho store formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
The weekly edition of the Evenlns
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. 1 a year.
New England BaKery
ANNEX AT THE
New Ungland Bakery Annex
nt tho Merchants' Fair have
the oxcluslvo salo for Soft
Drinks, Ice Cream, Soda,
Sandwiches, Ice Cream and
Water Ices, Cakes, Pies, Etc.
Visitors enn bo supplied with
light refreshments without
leaWns tho building. Booth In
Isle, between Main Buildings,
ANNEX AT THE
WILL MAKE CANDY IN PUBLIC
such as Stick Candy, Peanut, Cocoa
nut Candy, Chocolate, Cream Drops
and Handmade Goods which will be
Fold hot. This display will Interest
tTio younger element. Mixed Candy In
30c boxes; every fifth box contains $1
In silver; and mixed candy In 1 box(
ctery tenth box' contains ?5 In gold.
Hnudsomo rings, souvenir spoons and
Jewelry given away as presents In ev
ery box; see affidavit on fllo at booth.
Candy Ilooth In nlslo between main
buildings, Walklkl side.
For Sale or
PUUNUI ST., near the end
of the Lillha St. trolley
line. Seven room cottage
on lot 100x100. Splendid
view and healthy location.
Stable and servants' quar
ters. Rent $20 per month
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. 506-507 8tangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
They are the best. We sell them
on easy payments. You have the use
of the refrigerator while It is being
paid for. They don't cost much eith
er. We have them from $10.50 upward
and have Ice boxes much cheaper.
Come and have a look at the refrig
erator. You will be pleased with it.
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
in the Home
Faded and streaked wall-paper
Is a constant eyesore. No
matter how elegant the furni
ture and other decointions while
such paper remains there Is a
lack of attractiveness about tho
OF WALL PAPER
aro particularly striking and
beautiful. Our stock Is far su
perior and our prices lower than
elsewhere. Wo are always
pleased to show the pretty de
signs, LEWERS & COOKE,
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Aagoon Btdg, Merchant &. Alakea 8U.
Office hours 9 a. m to 4 p. m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ilead "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must bo pure.
C. J. Day sells it.
Party desires to purchase an upright
piano. Sec ad page S.
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cent n
glass at the Pantheon.
The Klks will hold their regular ses
sion this evening nt T 30 o'clock.
Nicely furnished rooms, ropulai
House, 1249 Fort St, 11.60 per week up.
Estimates given free of charge br
tho PEERLESS PRESERVING. PAINT
IJlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish-
Oahu Lodge. No. 1, K. of r... will
cet tonight at 7:30 In Harmony Hall,
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success'
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
Tho Catholic Ladles Aid Society will
meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock nt tho
convent. It Is. desired that all the
members be present.
The next meeting of the Honolulu
Engineering Association will be held at
room 3, Y. M. C. A. bulldjng, nt 7:30
p. m. Monday, August 4.
Commissioner Taylor reminds com
petitors In the Agricultural Fair con
test Hint all cssas must be presented
at his o 111 co at 12 o'clock r.oon tomor
row. The Honolulu Bowling Parlors, Ala
kca street, opposite the Hawaiian Ho
tel, beg to announce that they have a
room lSxCO fitted up for the excluslva
use of lovers of ping pong.
On Kwal, a Chinese lad of some
twelve summers, was arrested yester
day by Ofilcer Duvauchelle who was hit
In the back by a shot from an air gun,
In the hands of the former,
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Some of the prize winners at the
Agricultural Fair have declined the
money In preference for the lithograph
ed diplomas. Senator W. C. Achl Is
one of these, he having won first prize
Tho wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Mahukona
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will be received at the In
ter-Island Telegraph Company's office,
lower Fort street
Nearly every night for fully a month
previous to the departure of Consul
Yang Wei Pin in the Nippon Maru
yesterday he was feted by some of tho
must Influential business men of tho
city by way of farewell.
Charles N. Ragsdale, son of J. W
Ragsdale, American Consul at Tien
tsin, China, and formerly a resident ot
Otaa and Hllo, Hawaii, died in Sonora,
Mexico, on July 18. Bertrnnd Bags
dale, an elder biother, died of. con
sumption last year In China. Charles
Ragsdale was associated In coffee cul
turc at Olaa with Charles Egan.
At tho Coroner's Inquest yesterday
afternoon It was brought out that sol
diers of Camp McKlnley had ot late
been In the habit of going Into the
crater of Diamond Head and searchlug
for curiosities In the caves where an
cient Hawaiian!) hae been burleJ. Not
long ago an old hair lei was found and
this was disposed of for $125. It was
while searching for curios that the re
mains of Hornef were found.
Governor Dole Issued a proclama
tion yesterday changing the boundaries
of the precincts in the Fourth District
in accord with tho suggestion of tho
Republican committee. There are now
eight Instead of seven precincts. All of
the election district outside, of Hono
lulu Is now ono precinct with the poll
ing place at Walmanalo school house.
This change goes Into effect at once,
but no change Is to be made for the
present In the organization of the pre
Food Commissioner Sborey has
been receiving a large number of com
plaints recently In regard to milk
which Is being furnished by some of
the dairies of the city. The milk and
cream Is said to be stringy and pos
sesses a peculiar taste. Commissioner
Shorcy attributes the stringy appear
ance of the lacteal fluid to tho presence
of bacteria In tho milk. It is said that
the appearance of the germ Is duo
somewhat to filth about the dairies or
tho animals from which the milk Is
taken. Tho matter Is still being Inves
tigated by Mr. Sborey.
IKE Hi'S HEALTH
London, July 24. The British Medl
cul Journal says:
"We arc glad to bo able to say thui
the King Is doing well In all respects.
Tho wound Is granulating well, but tho
King still keeps a strictly recumbent
position and has not left the couch. He
Is moved from the bed to the couch
dally and wheeled on deck when the
weather permits. There Is no trutn In
the statement that he has walked, nor
Is there nny foundation for the aster
tlon that ho Is worse. Ills Majesty s
health Is excellent.
EVANGELIST NO MORE.
New York, July 21, Through the
sale of the evangelist, one of the old
est I'rcsbyterlan weeklies In the coun
try, to Uev, Dr. Joseph Newton Hal
lock, proprietor of the Christian Work,
tho two periodicals will be consolidat
ed, the first Issue of the new Journal
appearing August 22,
Thero are some Simple Remedies In.
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th ecxperlenco of years assures
us. should bo recorded I'AlN-KILI.nit.
For both Internal and external appli
cations wo havo found It of great val
ue; especially can we recommend It for
colds, rneumatism, or iresn wounds
ind bruises. Christian Kra. Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but one Paln-IClller,
Perry Davis', Price 23c. and 50c.
The Coroner's lurv in tho case of tho
finding of the human remains in' the
crater of Diamond Head the other day
met In the Deputy Sheriff's ofTlco yes
terday afternoon and, after due delib
eration, rendered the following verdict:
That the said E. C. Hornef, whoso
remains were by this Jury received In
the offlcc of tho coroner, came to Ills
death at Honolulu, Oahu, on or about
July 25,1901, from causes unknown to
this Jury, but presumably suicide.
The witnesses were as follows: J. W
Rcdhouse, Mr. Schartz, Dr. Huddy.
Merle Johnson and F. J. Dutrn. From
the Identification of these men there
seemed to be no question whatever In
the nrlnds of tho members of the Jury
that the remains were those of Hor
nef. The finding of the keys which fit
tho Yale and desk locks In the
Schwartz watchmaking establishment,
the Identification by George Huddy ol
the fillings In the teeth, tho poslthc
cldcnce of Rcdhouso with reference
to the clothes used by Hornef when last
seen on July 25, 1901, together with
other evidence of the kln.l, could not
lead to any other conclusion.
There having been no cvldencps of a
gunshot wound and the bottle found
near the remains containing nothing
but water on account of Its long ex
posure to the weather, the Jury could
not say positively that the deceased had
eommlC.cc! suicide. However, the evi
dence relating to constant depression,
money losses nml threats at suicide, led
tho Jury to Insert a clauso In the ver
dict to the effect that suicide was the
probable cause of death.
TEACHERS BOOM THE FAIR
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis,
July 21. Tho convention of 15,000
members of tho National Educational
Association which met at Minneapolis
unanimously adopted tho following
resolution: "The cause of education
In ecry land Is to be congratulated
upon the fact that the International
Exposition to be held in the city of St
Louis In 1904 Is projected on purely
educational lines, nml with this avowed
purpose has received the support of tho
States of the Union, of the National
Government and of foreign nations;
and It la noted with particular satisfac
tion that the exposition authorities
have In their official classification given
to education, Croup 1, the post ot hon
or, and in addition thereto have estab
lished Its l dative rank as an cxposl-,
tlon topic by assigning to education for,
the first time In the history of Inter-1
national expositions a separate and
adequate building. This Association
desires to express Its appicclatlon of
the liberal and scientific policy thus
outlined by the exposition authorities,
and to pledge to the full extent ot Its
powers and purpose Its hearty sup
A general desire was expressed by
the members of the executive commit
tee of the association to hold the meet
ing of 1901 In St. Louis, provided the
standing agreement of the association
with the Trunk Line Association can
be adjusted to the rates which will bo
granted to the general public during
the exposition year.
IS HOBSON COURTING?
Illoomlngton. 111.. July 23. All
Uloomlngton Is talking about the latest
exploit ot Captain Richmond Pearson
Hobson, hero ot the Mcrrlmac, as a
result of the frequent visits of the na
val officer to Illoomlngton ns n guest
of Adlal D. Stevenson. Gossln has been
hinting that tho charming daughter ot
Mr. Stovenson, Miss Letltla, was tho
great attraction. Humors or an cu-
gagement havo been rife for some time.
An Incident which occurred hero yes
terday lends added Interest to the nu
merous calls at the Stevenson home
stead. Captain Hobson and Miss Ste
venson were strolling through the fash
ionable residence district of the city
when they came across a party of chil
dren mourning the plight of a young
robin which had fallen from the nest.
Captain Hobson called for a basket.
and, placing tho bird therein, swung
the basket over his arm, and then
clambered up tho tree with the ease
and dexterity of a sailor and placed
tho bird In the nest, while Miss Letl
tla applauded his kindly net from the
REDEEM POSTAL CARDS.
It Is possible that uncancelled and
unserviceable postal cards here may be
redeemed at ?S per cent of the face
value. Only postage Btamps or stamped
paper will, however, be given In ex
change and no broned or enameled
cards will be received by vlrtuo of this
new order. Following Is the circular
received by post offices of, tho Terri
tory: Office of tho I'ostmaster-Geneial.
Washington, D. C, July 10, 1902.
Order No. 740.
It Is hereby ordered that on and after
August 1, 1902, postmasters at all post-
offices shall redeem, In postage stamp?
or other stamped paper only, and from
tho original purchasers, uncanceled and
unserviceable postal cards, at 75 per
cent of their faco value.
Parts or pieces ot cards will not bo
redeemed j nor will cards which havo
been treated by bronzing, enameling
or other process ot coating be redeem
od under tho provisions of this order.
II. C. PAYNE,
Tho Republicans of tho Fourth Pre
clnct of the Fourth District will hold
their primary election from 2 to 8 p. m.
August 2, at St. Antonio hall, Vineyard
street, near Emma, and not at I.usl
tnim hall as already published, Hcpub
lliiuis of this product aro purtlculaily
asked to take noto of this.
William T. Smiley of Cowglll, Mo
was married after a threo months' ac
quaintance to' MUs Carrie liolson, who
was one of tho printers on tho Cow
glll Hnqulrcr when he bought It. Tho
groom has leased tho Kidder Dispatch.
He will manage the paper and his bride
will have chargo of the Enquirer.
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND
RUFF AND OTHER SCALP
DISEASES ; ; : .;
IT 18 THE IDEAL HAIR DRESSING.
WE CAN HONE8TLY
PRICES are RIGHT
TOKAY 1 '
PORT 75c per Gal.
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
50c per Gal.
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
NO. 25 KING 8TH
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling
your money In one year or less. Prices
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
lest location In Honolulu, right on
King St. belpw Waiklkl Turn, on line
of Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
houses from $700 up and guaranteo
renter for this 'Price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
cial agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono-
,uu nveilment Co, Judd B)dg
BIS Fort 8treet,
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
Our Soda Waters
nre cverywhoro conceded to be
tho highest quality. We sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery frco anywhere In tho
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
THE LUXURY OF SLEEP
Is not enjoyed by everyone. The bless
ings of quiet and peaceful slumber aro
reserved for thoso who use
As a tonic and a system-builder tbcro
Is nothing to equal it.
Order from the Brewery
Telephone MAIN 341.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY '
AT A8TI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines have taken the gold medals and rceclved the highest
awards at all the recent
and are now noted the world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following Jobbers:
WALTER8-WALDRON CO, LTD.
QONSALVE8 & CO.
G0ME8 & McTIQHE.
J08. HARTMAN & CO.
8. I. 8HAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all the tonic properties and
the delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St.
Phone Main 140.
Neat and Handsome Designs
Mado to Order.
563 Beretanla St., Near Punchbowl.
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church,
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Strset, Honolulu.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
308 Judd Building.
Telenhone Main 294.
H. F. BERTELJVIAIN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance j
King street Ordeu left at either sae
or office at John Nott'a store, Klaf
street, will receive prompt attention.
Or ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Allen 5k Robinson,
.Queen Street, Honolulu.
Street, opp. Love Building.
ON CORONATION DAY,
celebrate the event
and toast KING
very best wines
befit such an occasion
CALIFORNIA FRDITS "
PUT UP IN CAN8 IN THE
Daisy Brand Cherries Can't Bo Bsat.
Cheaper and better than Import
ed fresh fruits.
L. F. STERNEMANN,
Tel. Blue 611.
FORT ST., OPP. CLUB STABLES.
Kabikinii Heat Market i
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
rstanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
file English and American floods
65 Hotel street, and
HotsI ntar Nuiunu
y.O.Bomi. TEL-whiti gt
AH PAT & CO.,
1258 Fort 8L above Orpheum.
All PAT. expert cutter, late foreman
I. P. Tregloan. 8ults latest styles and
"cd fit Cleaning and reoalrlng.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, '
Best of Help Furnished on
Contract It desired.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets.
Tel. Blun 051.