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to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila, to sheets
or rolls, nil sizes and weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, Spring, Wrapping, Fan
cy Colored Sea Island.
We have Just received a now stock
of nil above Items and can show a
most complete line.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd
NOT BREWED IN MANILA
Much undue credit has been Riven to Mnnlla, P. I., for the
production of that delicious beverage Known as
Manilla Anchor Lager
Manilla Lager Is brewed by Manilla Ilros., at Dobbs Perry,
N. Y., and Is the finest beer In the market. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and Merchant 6tK. TELiiPIIONE 308
FOR THE IWKillI
The U. S. S. Iroquois will sail on her
tour to the various Islands of the group
tomorrow morning between 7 nnd 8
o'clock. She goes for the purpose of
collecting data for a sailing chart ot
The Itinerary for the voyage has now
been definitely arranged. It will be as
follows: From this port the Iroquois
will work through the Molokal chan
nel and the southern coast of Molokal.
She will also work all around Lanal
nnd will visit Kahoolawe. At Molo
kal target practice wilt be indulged in.
The Iroquois Is expected to be at
Lnhalna on Tuesday evening. She will
run down along the west coast of Maul
and from there over to the, leeward
coast of Hawaii where she will run
down along the coast of Kohala, the
Konas to Kau and rounding Kalao
Point she will work up along the south
ern coast of Hawaii and up to Illlo.
From here she will run up along the
windward const of Hawaii and from
there over to Maul where she will run
along the northern coast of that Island
nnd the northern coast of Molokal. The
Iroquois will then make n trip around
Oahu and go from there round Kauai
Captain Rodman of the Iroquois
wishes to give notice that as this voy
age Is for tho purposo of gathering
data for a sailing chart of this group,
he will be obliged to any master of a
vessel, pilot, plantation manager, or
any other person who may be able to
give Information of value regarding the
waters near tho places visited to come
on board the Iroquois when she or
rives and give him such data as they
Weather Bureau, Punahou, August 2.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 86,
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.02. Illslnc.
Dew Point C8F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Aug
ust 2. Weather clear; wind fresh E.
Friday, Aug. 1.
S. S. Moana, Carey, from Victoria.
S. S. America Maru, doing, from the
S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, from the
Scbr. Malolo, from Kau I ports.
Schr. Kcllpse, Townsend, from Ha
Saturday, Aug. 2.
Am. bkt. W. II. Dlmond, Hanson, 16
days from San Francisco.
Str, Claudlne, Parker, from Illlo and
way ports, at noon.
New York Denta I Parlors
The Painless Dental Specialists
CLITD BLDG , OVER HART & CO.'S ICB CREAM PARLORS.
Our original operator, DR. W W DANEL, has returned after a seven months' tour of the Orient,
and our operative department will be brought up to tho former high standard and maintained there.
The material we use 1s tho best money can buy, and the work Is fully guaranteed.
The New York Dental Parlors do more business than any other Institution of Its kind In the world,
and our guarantee Is back of It.
Don't Confuse us with cheap dentists.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
Can testify that they have had their teeth extracted at the Now York Dental Parlors without pain.
You do not need to suffer pain to have your dental work attended to by going to the New York Dental
Parlors. This has been r. boon to many people and will bo to many others who are fast finding it out.
Each department In chnrge of n specialist. Our operators arc graduated dentists of tho best recog
nized schools In the United States, or the world. And nave, had hfaTiy years of experience in their
Full Plate of Teeth, - - - $5.00
Gold Crowns, - - - 5,00
Bridge Work, per Tooth - - 5.00
Gold Fillings, - - - - l.oo
Silver Fillings, - - - - ,50
If money Is an object to you, come and see us. We will tell jou In advance exactly what your
work will cost. No charge for examination.
All our Instruments are thoroughly sterilized.
Hours, 3 to 6, Sundays, 9 to 12.
Ladles in attendance. Room 4, Elite Iluildlng. Hotel street.
A DOWN TO DATE LINE 1 1
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc,,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TPAVEl
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET.
IN POLITICAL CIRCLES
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Fffst on premises of John A. Cum
Second At tent, corner of I.unalllo
and Pllkol streets.
Third At Lower Reservoir house,
Fourth At San Antonio Hall, Vine
Fifth At Roaid of Hialth (Kapu
alwa) building, rear of Judlglary
Sixth At Imperial Cigar Store, Korl
street, between King and Merchant.
Seventh At Reform School, King
Eighth At Achl Warehouse, Lillba
Ninth Maemao church, Wylll
Tenth Resldenco of J. L. Kalukou
The situation In the Second of the
Fourth Is as mixed as ever. There are
all manner of tickets In the field and It
Is understood that the presses of vari
ous printing establishments ot the city
will turn out moro combinations this
afternoon. Ab a matter of fact, no ono
seems willing to make n prediction as
to those who will come out victorious.
HUTU OF t. M
Henry Hnpal, Registrar In the
Treasurer's Office, received, by wire
loss telegraph this forenoon, the very
sad news of the death of his brother
Edward In Illlo at 7:45 o'clock this
morning from typhoid fever.
Deceased was tho son of Judge and
Mrs. Hapal of Hllo and was an excep
tionally bright youlg man. For a long
time he had been clerk In the District
Court of Hllo and assistant clerk la
me circuit court.
Edward Hanal went throueh ilnhn
College in this city and graduated soy-
era, years ago. no was always very
prominently identified with nihletle. nt
Punahou and Borne of the records he
made have not yet been beaten. He
was particularly cood in runnlne ami
hurdling events and was usually count
ed upon to win whatever ho went Ini
Deceased was 27 years of ncm nt the
time of his death. No details came In
the telegram received by Henry Hanat
William L. Mlntonye, ono of the na
val constructors of the United States
Navy, who supervised the building ot
tho Maine, which was destroyed In Ha
vana harbor in 1898, has Just died at
the age of 73.
The Czar's kitchen In PI. Puiai-ahm-v
Is said to outvie In magnificence even
that of the most lavish of American
millionaires. Not only are the walls
and celling of black marble covered
with valuablo ornaments, but many of
the kitchen pots and nans, which orl.
Klnally belonged to tho Empress Cath
erine, are of solid gold. Tho kitchen
staff Is on a par with the general mag
nificence. Tho head chef, who receives
a princely salary, Is assisted by about
The American Imrkentlne W II. Dl
mond nrrlved In port this morning nft
er a pnssngo of 16 days from San Fran
CISCO. Excentlonallv (Inn uenlhpi- nn. I
light favorable winds wero experienced
throughout tho voyage, which wus
Two passengers arrived In the Dl
mond, namely, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hlghton
who come on a pleasure trip to spend a
few weeks In this city.
The Dlmond Is lying at Brewcr'
wharf where she will hpcln iilsrhnrtr.
Ing this afternoon. She brings a cargo
or auoui t50 tons, the principal ship
ments being as follows: 350 bbls flour,
67,995 lbs middlings, 53,189 lbs corn,
700 lbs beans, 130 pkgs groceries and
provisions, 4150 lbs meal, 485 gals vine
gar, 15C0 lbs lard, 3750 lbs salt, 150 cs
mineral water, 1197 lbs soda, 1751 ft
lumber, 302 bdls snooks, 25 csks beer,
273 bxs soap. 50 bxs candles. 1(1.1
rnnned goods, 574 ctls barley, 150 ctls
wneai, zsu Dales nay. 115,775 lbs rolled
barley, 15,600 lbs rosin. 2515 lbs manii.
factured tobacco, 130 pkgs paste. 12,037
lbs bread, 00,938 lbs soda ash, 1G9 pkgs
paints nnd oils, 12 bdls Iron, 60 sks
coal, 402 cs and 300 keirs nowder r,
caps, 4384 gals distillate, 2 nke ma.
chlnery, 13 pkgs paper, 2 bales twine.
By a new law in Mnntrpnl ntiAix... ,ti
tread must be sold by weight ofter
September 1 next, except fancy bread
under one pound. The council passed
the law after a bitter contest lasting
for months past between tho races, the
English bakers opposing It nnd the
French bakers Insisting that It must
be enscted ns a projection for the poor,
who. they claimed, hove been frequent
ly defrauded. I
A chimney of HE feet liplrht win
without danger, sway 10 inches in a!
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, from Molokal
ports, at 1 p. m.
Friday, Aug. 1.
S. S. Moana, Carey, for the Colonics.
S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, for Van
couver. Str. Kcauhou, Mother, for Kauai
Saturday, August 2.
8. S. America Maru, doing, for Snu
Francisco, at 10 a. m.
Am. bkt. Jane L. Stanford, Mollcs-
tead, may sail for the Sound today.
TO SAIL MONDAY.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Lahatua,
Knanapoll, Honokaa and Kukuluaelc,
at 5 p. ro.
Schr. Malolo, for Hanalcl and Kallhl-nal.
THE GEISHA WAIST
Remains Queen ot Shirt Waists
Honolulu ladles who live In perpet
ual summer, find the White Shirtwaist
nn Important part of the wardrobe ev
ery day In the year. For this climate
tho waist should be, In point ot work
manship, a superior garment
Manufacturers of QEI8HA have
thoroughly studied tho situation and
are able to make up sheer materials In
a manner which combines beauty, dur
ability and comfort to a remarkable
They sent us a large shipment which
nrrlved by tho Alameda and Includes
some very beautiful and swell styles,
made with elbow sleeves, especially
suitable for midsummer wear.
All factories commence at this sea
son to work on Woolen Garments for
Winter. We therefore advise that you
supply your requirements for' several
months, by selecting now, while assort
ments and sizes are complete.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
65 Queen St.
From Illlo and way ports, per stmr.
Claudlne, Auguit 2. Miss E. I. How
ard, Miss 11. N. LefTlngwcll, Miss Y. K
LeffliiRwell, It. Riley, K. I wain urn, Mrs.
E. O. Scott, A. R. Scott, Miss Q.
Knight. Miss I,. 1'lnney. Dr. It. II. Held,
wife ami child; Henry J. Lyman, Miss
A. Hnnlnn Minn M. E. Lo Van: Miss
M. A. Lang, J. lwaya, K. Komura, Rev. J
N. Yalmu. Rev. J. Inonye, Mrs. Y. Lo,
Geo. Wilson. II. Sturtevant, M. D. Hall,
Mrs. Kaunamano. Miss L. Kaunamano,
M. Kawahara, E. J. Walker, Dr. J. tl.
Raymond, Mrs. Fragusa and child, W.
Wright, Miss Ward, Miss Mahlum,
Mrs. F. Mammal, Mrs. Manasa and 91
From San Francisco, per bktn. W. II.
Dlmond, Aug. 2 Mr. and Mrs. High
ton. PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For San Francisco, per S. S. America
Maru, Aug. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Abcr-
nuthy and daughter, A. L. Young, M.
One of the hose wagons of the Fire
Department containing the driver;
foreman and three nosemen, was over
turned nt the corner of Nuuanu nnd
Vineyard streets between 7 nnd 8'
o'clock this morning while returning
The accident was caused by Rich
ards, the driver, turning the corner
too short. The horses were going nt
a very good rate of speed when tho
thort turn was made, the wagon went
off a couple of wheels and tho weight
did the rest.
Foreman L. Smith was thrown on
his bead nnd wns thought to be very
seriously Injured, but later examlna-j
tlnn showed that his Injuries are ml
diingerous. Two of tho hoscraen wero
bruised considerably by their vloliCi
contact with the ground, but the driver
was not injured nt all. .
The hose wagon Itself was Itidly
smashed on one side nnd will have, to
go Into the shop for extenslva repairs.
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT PUNA BY H. L. WILLIAMS & CO.
This water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District ot Puna, Islanl
of Hawaii, where for years it has
been used by people living on
the Islands as a euro for Kidney
Arrangements bavo been made
with the Fountatn Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agsats. Send all order,) to
Percent. U.S. Gallon
Solid 0.1880 110.92
Chlorine 0.0860 60.74
Lime 0.0055 3.24
Magnesia ...,0.0066 3.89
Silica 0.0065 3.24
lated as salt 83.6
EDMUND C. SHOREY.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
One Caie of SO Dottles
A rebate ot One Doltar will bu
made upon the return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
ON MONDAY, AUG. 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho residence of MR. M. J. CAR
ROLL, Emma Squaro, second house
from Emma street, I wilt soli at Pub
lic Auction, the entire household fur-
Jnlttire, consisting of oak parlor furnt-
suru, uox coucu, oatt iaD.es, rucKers,
chairs, handsome oak beda and dress
ers, sewing machine, Ico box, lace
curtains, rugs, matting, pictures, din
ing tablo and chairs, china cabinet,
crockery, glassware, kitchen utensils,
hot water boiler and a number of
choice ferns, palms and plants.
JA8. F. MORGAN.
NEARLY new modern 6-room cottage.
with bath electric lights. Apply 14GO
Emma St 2214-lw
TO AWARD TROPHIES
NEW - TO-DAY
William wkinley lodge,
No. 3, K. of P.
There will be a Regular Convention
of tho above named Lodgo this Satur
day evening. August 2. In Harmony
llnll. nt 7:30.
Work In the First and Second Rank,
Member of Oahu No. 1 nnd Mystic
No. 2 and alt sojourning brothers nre
Invited to attend.
D. S. GREGORY,
2114-lt K. of R. & S.
The Elks' ping pong turnnment J
to close with a social session on Satur
day evening next, at which the mem
bers of the lodge will bo tho hosts ot
tho outside players and their friends.
At the social session tho trophies
won will bo distributed and a One mu
sical and literary program will be rendered.
The usual jolly good time is in store
for those who will bo there. Follow
ing the social Besslon a big roundup of
the herd is contemplated In the near
future. It will be In the nature of a
picnic either to Walalua or out Koko
During the coming season four field
parties will be sent out from the de
partment of vertebrate paleonthology
of the Carnegie Museum at Pittsburg,
Pa. These parties will be under the
general direction of J. O. Hatcher, and
will be assigned as follows. One will
continue the exploration or the ter
tiary deposits of Northwestern Nebras
ka; a second will carry on tho work In
the Jurassic desoplt on Sheek creek,
In Wyoming, where such cxrellen: ic
sults have already been obtained by
this museum during tho past three
years; a third will work in the Lara
mie of Wyoming nnd Montana, where a
systematic exploration of the various
tertiary horizons in Western Montana
will be made.
L, H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. ASBAHR Manager
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1002
Caviar on Jolt Chow Cliov
Quee-i OInes Celery
Clam Chowder Consomme Roval
Fillet of Salmon, Sauce N'ormandle
Legol Mullon, Caper Sauce
Pork Cutlrts, Tomato Sauce
llsrncotot Oiuil, au Petit Poll
Pineapple Fritter., Wlue Sauce
Stuffed Duck, Apple Sauce
Prime Rib. ol Beef, Brown Lotatoes
Corn Fritters Sugar Pea Asparagus
Hum Puddini: Hardaud Brandy Sauce
Assorted Cakes and Pastry
WILD AND WOOLLY
(Continued from Page 1.)
to Hllo nnd hear a motion for a writ
of habeas corpus. Ho came In by spe
On Wednesday ten other Japanese,
Including three women, all of them
held for Investigation In the case, were
In the District Court while the same
points were being argued. Judgo Ha
pal pursued tho same course ns In the
FlinakOShl ca8e nnrl thn nrlftnnpra nrBTa
remanded. Shortly afterward tho at
torneys presented ineir petition for a
writ of habeas corpus before Judge Lit
tle. The petition was grunted and 1:30
P. m. set for the argument. Attorney
C. M. Lelllond spoke for the prisoners
nnd Sheriff Andrews for the Territory.
SHIP EMILY REED.
Vancouver. July 24. The nrltlnh
ship Emily Reed also arrived on Tues-
uay ironi Honolulu. She went to Es
quimau to be hauled out on the Esqui
mau marine ways, where she Is to ha
Btrlpped, recaulked and generally re-
jiaireu, preparatory to being reclassed
by the Dureau Veritas, ns wns her sis
ter liner, the Ellen A. Reed, which hnn
just left the marine ways after three
weens- worK, Tbe British ship Port
Caledonia arrived at San Francisco on
Friday, 90 days from Newcastle, two
hours after she had been nosted as
Lemon Ice Cream
Fruits (n Season
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
OFriCB IIOUIM SUNDAYS TILL IS H.
We are dolns Dental Work every day as
near PAINLLbS as can hi done (to do good
wk) not only in Hie city ol Honolulu but
anyuhere and will euarautee our work to he
as eood as any dentist can produce. We are
(irajuato Dentists, and have haj very many
jears experience In the practice of Dentistry.
All our material Is the very best made or
known to the dental profession. No charge
(or examinations, lie sure ou find the rliilit
place, Arlington lilock, sij Hotel Street,
opposite Union, Honolulu The Up-To-Uate
Sllsjr rilllnis (so tailed) - soc-nomore
Coldllllln. - . . $,,oollp
THE MISTAKEN TOAD.
A small toad woke, one morn In
Brushed back his hair and tried to
He felt the world was nil bis own,
And swelled and swelled In flesh and
Though his conceit was purely vain,
Tho fault arose from his small brain.
Which only grasped part of the plan
Dy which Is ruled Immortal Man,
It chanced a band played loud that day,
A coach and four dashed on Its way;
A donkey brayed; a train rushed Bf;
A cannon boomed; a hound gave cry;
Tho thunder roiled; the lightning
The sun withdrew from view, abashed.
The toad sprang up and gave a shout:
"Oh, what a time! 'cause I've come
I. Jay Potter In August Smart Set
Fine Jib Printing at the Bulletin office.
The Lace House
ON TUESDAY, AUG. SID,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, Hotel street, near
Fort street, I will sell at Public Auc
tion all the balance of the stock of the
"Lace House." Goods consist of
Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Silk Waists
Silk Petticoats, Lace Curtains, Chllds'
Dresses, Infants' Wear, Dathlng Suits,
Neckwear, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves,
Ladles' Jackets, Veilings, Chiffons,
Trimmings, Etc., Etc.
Also tho safe, cash register, tables,
sewing machines, glass top counters,
nlckle, fixtures, etc., etc.
Jas F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Berotanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 13
feet on Berotanla street, 171 fee
deep; prlco 19000; one-half casE, bal
anco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontago on Klnau St.
ct 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet
Dwelling comprises throe Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcBen, Bath,
large Carriage House. Price (4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
trortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net The lot
has a right ot way entranco to'Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau SL ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balanco on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net Ru
right of way to Beretanla St. I
Further particulars ot
JA8. F. MORGAN.
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