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NOT BREWED IN MANILA
Much undue credit has been given to Manila, P. I., for the
production of that delicious beverage Known as
Manilla Anchor Lager
Manilla Lager Is brewed by Manilla Bros., at Dobbs Ferry,
N. V., and Is the finest beer In the market. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cop. Nuunnu and Merchant 8ts. TELBPIIONU 308
WILLIAM C. LYON
200-201 JUDD BUILDING
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET.
THE TEAM THAT LOST.
Kow glory to our baseball team, and
them that play thereon, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
And keep the glory whooping up till f'lrcult. Territory of Hawaii.. In Pro
all the same Is gone. iLote; r'. Chambers. In tho Matter of
For turn ye East, or turn ye West, and the Ditate of Alonzo K. Kuhla, late of
rubber South or North, Hoiiri'ilu, Oahu, Deceased. The petl-
a team like that that plays for us has
never sallied forth. I
Where lives tho aggregation that the
proud distinction claims
That It within but two brief weeks has
lost eleven games?
to tho persons thereto entitled, and
Full yellow ball we've seen before, with discharging him from all further re
errors manifold, spousltlllty as such administrator hav.
And games that multiplied a score the Ing ihis day been filed, it Is ordered
blackboard would not hold. that .MONDAY, tho 15th day of SEP-
e ve seen the gallant dry goods clerk
combat the butcher boys.
And seen the Elks and Eagles
with enmltv nnd nnlsp
'But, e'en the worBt of all tbeso teams
got on a winning gait,
If only now and then, and not e'er lost
Stxl lovely pennant, fluttering before
the players' eyes,
"What thoughtless fate has made of you
the one and only prize?
For if a pennant was bung up for those
who play the worst,
Our doughty players In the race to
claim it would be first.
Yet still our team Is worth Its coin, for
In a few weeks hence,
All those who bet against It will have
made a competence.
1 looked at a tramp on a bench In the
Whose tatters about him were furl
And I said, as I gazed at the hundreds
"iou aro flotsam washed up from
He Btared In surprlso perhaps It was
Hut he smiled In a pitying way;
"We are flotsam, no doubt, from the
world," ho replied, '
"Hut scarcely 'washed up, I should
say." Smart Set.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila, In sheets
or rolls, all sizes and weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, Spring, Wrapping, Fan
ey Colored Sea Island,
We have Just received a new stock
of all above Items and can show a
most complete line.
HALL & SON, Ltd
NEW - TO-DAY
tlon and accounts of the admlnlstra
tor of the estate of said intestate.
wherein he asks that his account be
examined and approved, and that a
final cider be made of distribution of
the property remaining In his hands
TEMUKR, A. D. 1902. at TEN o'clock
n. id., at Chambers, In the Court House
at Honolulu, be and the samu hereby la
appointed as the ,tlmo and place for
hearing said petition and account, and
that all persons Interested may then
and tnere appear and show cause, If
any they have, why the same should
lint be granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, August 2, 1902.
Uy Iht Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
C. A. Long, Attorney for the Admin
2215 Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.
AT AN AFTERNOON TEA.
The only daughter of the miner from
the West, who bad been q day laborer
oerore ne nau made his millions, was
pouring tea that afternoon.
An Eastern exotic In spats, knowing
me vaiue or money in nis business, bad
asked for an Introduction. He was
charmed by the accomplished manner
In which she aBked him If he would
have a cup of tea, and bowed low to
say that he would be only too happy,
"Will you take sugar In jour'n?"
she asked, Bweetly.
Then for the first time he experienc
ed tho Influence of her lineage. Au
gust Smart Set.
Count Boni do Castellnne, Count
Stanislaus and Count Jean de Stnnls
laus, sons of the Marquis de Castellnne,
are the only three brothers who ever
held seats simultaneously In tho Trench
Chamber of Deputies.
-gvmNTwu'nuL.Lm'iwrnronw.onr.'ir: t mon'DAY,"AUQU8T'4, lSte."' "!SWF"
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to 600 candlopowor. This
Is the best lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gat Lamp Company,
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing,
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
MAILE (LIMA BOYS
WIN BY0NE RUN
(Continued from Page 1.)
out to center and Vannatta been mo
frozen to third. Jones hit to second
for a base hit and Vannatta really came
home. Jones stole second. D. Keku
ewa struck out. Hamaku made a sin
gle over short and Lemon and Jones
came home. Hamaku was caught at
Clark for the Malles went out, pitch
er to nrst. Klley went out, short to
first. Wright struck out.
Seventh More for Kamt.
J. Kekuewa and Yates for the .Malles
struck out. Vannatta made a single
Into left and got second, on an error
by the fielder there. Iteuter hit to
Clark. The ball went to short who
threw wild to first and Vannatta came
home. Lemon flew out to second.
Akau fur the Malles went out, sec
ond to first. Desha got base on balls
hut was caught at second. Taylor got
first on an error by third who made n
wild throw, forcing the first baseman
to leave bis bag to catch the ball. Lua
lilwa made a single Into center. Mann
hit to short who threw to second
catching Luahluu, who was forced out.
Eighth Score Very Close.
Richards for the Kams singled Into
left. Jones got base on balls. I). Ke
kuewa (lew out on a foul to Akau nt
third. Hamaku got first on an error
by Aknu. J. Kekuewa hit to short who
threw wild to catcher and Richards
and Jones scored. Yates sacrificed,
hitting to short and Hamaku scored.
Vannatta flew out to center.
Davis for the Malles Hew out to sec
ond. Clark went out. pitcher to first.
Klley flew out to second.
Ninth Won by a Run.
Iteuter for the Kams struck out.
Lemon made n two-bagger down third
base line. Richards hit Into right for
two bags and took third on an error
by the baseman there. Lemon scored.
Jones went out. short to first nnd Rich
ards scored. D. Kekuewa flew out to
All. R. II. O. A.
Luahlwa, If 5 1 1 0-0
Mana, 2b 5 1
Davis, lb 5 1
Clark, p 5 1
Klley, c 5 2
Wright, ss 4 2
Akau, 3b 4 0
Desha, rf 4 2
Taylor, cf ,4 1
9 27 18 0
H. O. A.E.
0 0 0 1
J. Kekuewa, lb 5
Yates, ss 5
0 2 2
Renter, p.-rf. ,
Jones, cf 5
44 It) 10 24 9 ;
Two-base hltB Wright, D. Kekuewa.
Three-base hit Wright.
Bases on balls Off Clark 2, off Reu-
ter 2, off Lemon 3.
Struck out By Reutcr 1, by Lemon
0, by Clark C.
Passed halls D. Kekuewa 2.
Umpire Lieut. II. W. Newton.
Scorer O. K. Wilder.
Time 1 hour 50 minutes.
Following Is tho scoro by innings:
Kamchameha ..0 1000313 210
Malle-Ulma C 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 011
Tho standing of the teams of the
league is' now as follows:
T. W. L. Pctg.
Honolulu 9 7 2 778
Malle-lllma 10 7 3 700
Kamehameha 9 5 4 556
Custom House 10 5 5 500
Punahou ,..10 5 5 SCO
The light of Calm Resistance, night
Guides to' the harbor of the Higher
Yet battered barques go sometimes
Through sullen splendors of Remem
Ella Wheeler Wilcox In August
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
p m , m,
Mob lay j
lo 0)' ) to
New moon August 3 at 9:47 p. m.
Tides from the United SUtes Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tfdes at Kabulul and Jtllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich. Oh Ore.
Weather Ilureau. Punahou, August 4.
Temperature Morning minimum,
75; Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.94. Irregular.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 75 per cent.
Italnfall this a. m. 00.24.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 4. Weather hazy: wind light SE.
Sunday, August 3.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Mosher, from Ka
uai ports. I
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Stmr. Maul, Bonnett, from Maul
U. 8. F. C. S. S. Albatross, Thomas,
Am. bk. General Fnlrchlld, McCar-
ron, 4 1 days from Newcastle.
Nor. bk. City of Agra, Condrup, 43
days from Newcastle.
Am. bk. Edward May, Hanson, 17
days from San Francisco,
French bk. Montchrllo. Marchan-
dean, 141 days from Cardiff, via Syd
ney. Monday, August 4.
Am. sehr. Robert Lew its. Under
wood. 20 days from Port Ludlow.
Scbr. Ada, from Kauai ports, at 5
Sunday, August 3,
U. S. F. C. S. S. Albatross, Thomas,
U. S. S. Iroquois, Itodman, on cruise.
Stmr. Ke An Hon. Mosher, for Kn-
Paa, Anahola, Kllauea, Kallhiwal and
.Hflnalel, nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau. Wyman, for Lahatna.
Kaanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhaela,
at 5 p. ni.
Stmr. I.ehua, Naopala, for Molokal
ports, at 6 p. in.
Schr. Knwollanl, for Koolau ports, at
5 p. m.
Scbr. Malolo, for Kauai ports, at i
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
Hllo, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Maul. Bennett, for Manl norts.
3 at 5 p. m.
0 8tmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Hllo and
way ports, at 12 m.
Schr. Ada, for Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Scbr. Eclipse. Townsend, for Molo-
kal. Maul and Kona ports, at 5 n. m.
Stmr. John Cummins, Searle. for Ko
olau ports, at 9 a. m.
From Nawlllwlll. per stmr. W. G.
Hall, August 3. Mrs. C. W. Spitz, Miss
Emma Spitz. Miss Mollle Fountain,
Mrs. C. II. BIshon. Miss Ethel rtlahnn
",.miss Edith Koplte, Miss Juliet King,
".Mrs. A. Bomke nn
and wire, Mrs. B. Houghtalllng. Mrs.
O. WlnKter, S. Kanewanul and wife, E.
Cropp, Dr. Hutchinson, Chas. Gay,
unas. Christian, H. Carls, O. Robinson
Wada H Hamaao day f AuBU8t' A' D' 1902' leTled uPn
Zl U- i-'Tu "" 'hall expose for sale and sell at
C. B. Makee. D.
Lum Molk, H. Ollyama, Leo Tal Hln,
M. Nagayama, K. Ishida, Ling Lan,
low cnee and 52 deck.
From Port Ludlow, per scbr. Robert
Lcwers, August 4. Dr. and Mrs.'
Eugene F. Ware, the new commls-
sloner of pensions, who, over the name
of "Ironqulll," long ago established a
reputation as a wit and writer of verse,
has been much Interested for years in
the condition of roads In his adopted
State of Kansas.
Recently R. W. Richardson, secretary
of the National Good Roads Assocla-
tlon, who Is preparing to take a good
roads construction train across the con-
tlnent, said to Mr. Ware: I
"How do tho farmers In Kansas stand
on the road question?"
"Up to their knees,'' was the reply.
Albert Why, don't you recollect
that girl? ThatVtbe girl you used to
rnve over last summer call her a
I'ueui nu an mat.
Edward By Jove I So It Is! I never
could commit a "poem" to memory.
Lady Warwick has a peacock which
Is said to be 100 years old.
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES'
White Petticoats assume particular Importance nowadays, as dain
ty foundations for pretty Summer gowns,
This week we offer a Thousand of them at HALF to TWO-THIRDS
' their Real Value.
You should see them. Feel the muslin Could you ask better?
Hold up the garment nnd glance nt the design. Observe the trim
mings. Examine the needlework, and then the PRICE. There nre
WhlH Cambric Petticoats,
one wide ruffle .
Whits Cambric Petticoats,
with embroidery edge ...
White Muslin Petticoat,
E rows hemstitching, 3tks.
White Muslin Petticoat,
2 rows hemstitching, 2
tucks, wide Torchon laco
White Muslin Petticoat,
wide double flounce with
White Muslin Petticoat,
broidery Instn. and edge.wliUU
Also MANY OTHERS, Including n variety of fine, handsomely
t'ons. N DOLLARS nt corresponding reduc-
trimmed garments up to SEVE
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
This water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District of Puna, Islanl
of Ha will, where for years It has
been used by people living on
the Islands as a cure for Kidney
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agents. Send all orders to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
One Case of SO Bottles
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Offlco work by well edu-
Address X. X., this of-
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain ox
ecutlon Issued by Lylo A. Dlckuy. Sec
. ...... u. V..UU, ICUUUtj UL I1UWUU.
on the 2d day of August, A. D. 1902, in
tne matter of Vincent and Belser vs,
Chlng Chock Kee, I have, on this 4th
public auction, to the highest bidder,
at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale,
In said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon,
of Thursday, tho 4th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1902. all tho right, title and
Interest of the said Chlng Chock Keo
in and to the following described
lease, unless the Judgment nnd cost ot
S'1!;. . ' "', ' Rrty and
7M0 DoIlar8' ln,f re,,t' cosU and "
cxjenBea ,are P'0"8 Pald
Lcaat T ?e.e. Bla.B t0 Chlns
CnclKee. dated July 2d, 1900, and re-
crdccI ln Llber 2n- IaBe 12t- Term
ot ,CU8e' 20 years fron J"'y 2". 1900,
at a rentaI of :80 rer ycar- Subject
,0 mo rtKge to The City Mill Co., Ltd.
,or 720' dated November lot, 1900, and
recKiel In L'her 213, Page 340.
CHAS. F. CHILLINOWORTH,
,,ePl'ty Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
2216 Aug. 4, 13, 21,
!9; Sept. 3.
A NEW GNU.
There was once a gay young gnu.
Who vas captured and placed In a
An old gnu was there,
Who came from his lair
To hear all the news that the new gnu
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We are dolnr
n? Dental Work every day a
mkl not only In Ihecltj ol Honolulu but
an)liere atijwlll guarantee our work to be
at itooj a any Jentltt can produce. We are
Graduate Dentists, and have had very many
ear uperk-nce In the r'actke ol Dentistry
All our material Is the very Nn made or
knovtntotlie dental prolestlun. Nocturne
lor examinations, tie sure jou find the right
rlace, Arlington lllo.k n Hotel Street
rrite Union, Honolulu The Ur-To-Dat
j j u. can re done no do jmoj
Cold rilllngs . . - - $, ooUd
White Muslin Petticoat, 3 rows
Torchorn Insertion and
White Muslin Petticoat,
lawn flounce, hemstitch
ed nnd tucked wltn 4
Inch embroidery edge.
White Petticoat, hemstitched
nnd tucked, nnd wldo fleuri
de lis cmbrolde'ry ..
White Lawn Petticoat, 3 rows
Normandy lace Insertion
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lated as salt
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New York Oental '
The blgh class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department ) charge ot a spe
cialist and our operators are graduate
dentists of the hest-recognlzod schools
In the U. S. or the world. '
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office ln tho city; we have
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
is are strictly up to date.
We can save you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth 5.00
Gord Crowns 6.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 8.00
Gold Fillings f.oo
Silver Flllln&t m
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
We are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
atrcrds. Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display of the
batter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
one. CHOCOLATES nnd BON BON8
ever put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'8 CHOCOLA'i ES ana BON BON8
THE ELITE lciCREAM PARLORS
Heard In a Book-Store.
"I suppose that work In sixty
times is an encyclopedia,"
"No; It Is called 'The Love Letters
of a .Mormon Elder'." Smart Set.
65 Queen St.
The Lace House
ON TUESDAY, AUG. Sill,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, Hotel street, near
Fort street, I will sell nt Public Auc
tlon1 alt tho balance ot the stock ot the
"Lace House." Goods consist of
Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Silk Waists
Silk Petticoats, Laco Curtains, Chllds'
Dresses, Infants' Wear, Bathing Suits,
Neckwear, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, '
Latllcs' Jnckets, Veilings, Chiffons,
Trimmings, Etc., Etc.
Also the safe, cnh register, tables, ,
sewing machines, glass top counters,
nlckle, fixtures, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 13
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feel
deep; price 9000; ono-halt c'a'sli. bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roperty has a frontage on Kinau St.
if 115 feet and' a depth of T12 feet
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
large Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
rrortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net The lot
hns a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St
10C feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
nortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Haa
right of way to Deretanla St
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
fi. S M
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