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EVENING BULLETIN, tlONOLULTJ, II. T., TUESDAY, AU0U8T 5. 1902.
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MONDAY, AUGUST 4th.
A WEALTH OF
A llttlo drapery decorating about tho houeo goes a Ions way to
ward matting It attractive, as every lady knows. Wo aro showing an
excellent line of handsome materials, many of which aro displayed In
our show window. Tho designs and patterns aro unusually pretty
and tho prices exceedingly low. Call and sco them.
The newest Oriental effects.
Many colors and pretty designs.
Excellent for tablo covers.
Width 3G Inches.
Price 30c per Yard
For curtain and drapery ef
fects. Width 31 Inches.
Price 20c per Yard
CO Inches wide.
50c and 60c per Yard
Very dainty for curtains and
draperies. Width CO inches.
60c and 65c per Yard
Now attractive designs and
colors, for draperies, etc. Width
I5c per Yard
Colors, Yellow, Pink and
Green. Width 60 Inches.
40c and 50c per Yard
White and ecru
Excellent curtain material. 50
45c, 50c and 60c per Yard
Full lino In all widths and
Come and see them all If only
out of curiosity.
HUH PRICEJOR AN EfiG
At an auction sale In London tho
other day an egg of the great auk was
offered for sale. The fact had been
well advertised and quite a number of
persons Interested In these rare prizes
were present. The egg .was knocked
down for $1260, a very good price,
though eggs have been sold In London
as high as $1500. Not over seventy
of tho eggs of this extinct bird are
known to bo preserved in collections.
About twenty skeletons and eighty
skins are also among tho treasures of
These few romalns of the groat auk
arc highly prized because the bird was
annihilated by tlitf greed of hunters
nbout sixty years ago. The time was
when great numbers of this sea fowl
lived along the shores of Iceland and
Newfoundland. They fairly swarmed
during the years of the early settle
ment of Newfoundland, and for sonic
generations they west- largely used for
food by colonists and fishermen. Tho
bird was strictly nnuatlc In, Its habits,
coming ashore only to breed. It
wings were so small that It was quite
Incapable of (light.
It wns found In time, when Its downy
feathers were very desirable, nnd then
It began to be killed to supply Euro
pean markets with this new commod
ity. As It bred only In a few localities
nnd was helpless when on land. It did
not tnkc very long to exterminate the
species. Tho lait blow came when lis
most secure hiding place, a small Isl
and off the south coast of Iceland, was
destroyed by a volcanic eruption. Tho
birds removed to a spot that was morn
accessible to hunters, who soon mado
an end of them. Tbe last specimens
were taken for their skins.
According to Prof. Holder, a good
many other birds are In danger of ex
termination. Ho tells of deserted lo
calities in Florida where forty yean
ago birds were seen In thousands. Tho
great marsh by the sea In Southern!
California, which a number of years'
ago was tho winter home of innumcr-i
nblo white herons, now sees them no
more. According to all reports, tho
AMERICANS JUY FOWLERS
Liverpool, July 11. The sharehold
ers of tho Fowler Companies, the pro
vision dealers, met this morning to
consider the transfer of their shares
to Swift & Co. of Chicago. The pro
ceedings were private.
There were two meetings of the
shareholders and at both meetings tho
agreements were rntlflcd. The ordinary
shareholders will receive n profit of
between 4 and JC5 on the share. Tho
preferred nnd debenture holders will
get their capital, back, and George
Fowler, Son & Co.'s ordinary share
holders will get the 7 which they
have paid In on their 10 shares. Tho
preferred shareholders will get their
capital back, plim seven years' unpaid
dividends, making U for each 10
share. The debenture holders will gel
their money hack, with 2 per cent ad
ditional. Negotiations have been completed be
tween the New York Cold Storago
Company and the London and South
western Hallway Company by which i
the Southampton Cold Storage Com-
pany will be nbsorbed by the New York
concern. The railway company hn
hitherto controlled the Southampton'
Cold Storage Company, which Ins
much business with South Africa. i
Chicago, July 11. Swift & Co.'s ac-J
quisltlon of the Fowler tiros.' pncklnj
interests Is regarded here as another i
step townrd the ultimate combination
of the great packing Industries. He-,
ports of the acquisition of first one
I'uiiipuiiy uy awiii, uiru iiuv iij nr
mour have been mado day by day re
cently, nnd It Is evident that the time
Is not far distant when tho two big
concerns will dominate the tattle busi
ness. Tho Fowler company was capi
talized at $.1,750,000, nnd controlled tho
firms of Fowler tiros., Ltd., Llxcrpool;
Fowler Uros., New York; the Anderson-Fowler
Company, New York; thoi
Anglo-American Ilef rlgerotor Car
Company of Indiana, nnd tho Anglo
American Provision Company of Chi
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Best Girl' Mm I
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MILWAUKEE BEER Ml
The DEER that pleases WWm
Bottled at the Brewery. Wv9
Fred Miller Brewing Co. MnS
Milwaukee. . Via
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
AT THE DAY'S END.
bird of paradlso from New Guinea IMMPFRIAI f AIM V SPRVIfF
doomed. The supply Is decreasing so ! iflsTLIUftlj IvrtULL, JLIW lULi
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
rapidly that It is now difficult to get
the number required by tho European
London, July 12. This has been a
week of Innumerable speeches on all
topics in London. The speakers have
not been greatly epigrammatic, but tho
following few have-been culled:
Tho Duke of Devonshire; "Tho qucS'
London, July 12. There Is reason to
believe that when tho conference of
Colonial premiers Is resumed, probably
two weeks hence, tho question of nil
Urltlsh Government cable communica
tion between the various parts of the
empire will be discussed and settled.
The Pacific cablo Joining Canada
and Australasia is approaching comple
tion nnd tho project favored Is to lay
more cables so as to give the Govern
ment direct independent communica
tion to the Mediterranean stations. In
All day nmong tho anxious crowd I
All day I strove and bartered with tho
All day my feet were busy in the
Ilnvc I not earned my llttlo hour ot
Oh, my beloved, tho shelter of your
Oh, my beloved, the quiet of your
Ere the morn broke Toll called us to
When the noon fell sho drove us tyrant-wise;
Slow In tho twilight died her loud
Fain would I turn mo where tho silence
Oh, my beloved, tho comfort of your
Oh, my beloved, the healing ot your
HIGH ART PLUMBING
DATH'8 PLUMBING ESTABLISHME NT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King direct, opposite Young Building.
., r , .... ., . lion io inc .ueuiiumuieun Htauuus, in-
tlon of Imperial defense is one t't j ula nm, ch,na n cstmatea cost of
cannot wait. $20,000,000. This will Include tho com-
Lord Methuen: ;'I dq not Intend to pugory Bafe at a prlce , 1)0 flxed by
This up-to-dnto plumbing shop Is tho result of a very rapidly Increasing
business and was made necessary on account of tho cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Illchards Btrcct. To mako a display of tho largo and
fine Btocl; ot, sanltnry plumbing materials the new bIioii was opened.
A full lino of the world'famed Douglas Closets is carried, which aro pro
vided with cither high or low tanks nnd aro as near
noiseless in their operation as closets can bo made. They aro constructed
on the Byphon principle, which makos a strong suction that thoroughly
washes tho bowl. Thcso closets aro sold under a written guarantee, and aro
also guaranteed against leakage, no charge being mado for repairs.
People today aro paying much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is ono of the requisites In every modern residence. Tho BATH
SHOP Is the leader In sanitary plumbing and years of experience and a
largo forco of copablo workmen enables Mr. Hath to do work equal It not
superior to nny other shop in tho Islands.
A tlno of rollcd-rtm enameled Path Tubs aro on hand, as well as open
lavatories. Theso nro highly Sanltac Goods, and (Tio connections aro nick
el, making them artistic in appearance.
Ono of tho latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
Theso goods aro all connected with the city water maids and may be seen
In full operation at tho store. The public aro Invited to call and mako In
spection of thcso goods.
Mr. Bath wilt call and gtvo figures on work at any time. He also gtvea
all work Intrusted to hlm'hls pcrscna supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull-" Fresh Crabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon.
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
I arbitration of tho lines of the Eastern
debt mv battles over ncaln,
Lord umor Justice Aiversione: 10 ,,,.., T-nirnt, r,,,.. ,m
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BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HEBB1NG-HALL-MARV1N 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.
attempt to put down betting as
nat would bo an absurdity."
Lord Hobertson, Lord of Appeal; "If
the profession of law nnd the practice
of rhetoric could bo freed from tho
peroration n great public servlco would
Tho Dean of York: "There Is nn
nineteenth century stylo 'of architec
ture. It Is cither an Imitation or a
Hot water and soda
stains from tho hands.
The Dr. '.SfSs. Alden Elertfle "Belt'
(with su5- Hyff pensoryi Is guaranteed
to possess rw an tne tursuve proper
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and drun!:t. It gives a very
stione current of electricity and Is eallv
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslpied only: no
agents; no discount. Clrculai free. Address
Pierce Electric Co., 206 Post St., Ssn
Frar-tlvo. Sent free to Hawaii for .0.00
The present Indications are that the
Imperial Government and tho colonics!
will reach an agreement In this matter!
both In principle and In the main dc-'
talis despite the desperato efforts ot
the Eastern company to prevent It. .
AUSTIN'S POUMON K ITCH EMIR '
As footworn travelers a llttlo space
Kneel In the shadow of somo holy
Too wearied to lament or to rejoice, I
80 In your lovo recelvo mo of your
Oh, my beloved, the soothing of your
Oh, my beloved, the pity of your fnco!
London, July 11. Alfred Austin, tho
Poet Laureate, has written another
poem, which will be published on the
day General Kitchener arrives In En
gland. It is entitled "llrlnglng ills
Sheaves With film." Following Is tho
Strong at Is silence, patient as Is time.
Deaf to hot censure as to hasty pralto
Who when tho crowd denounces as a
The tanylng stroke, nor hurries nor
Tho fourth stanza reads:
And such Is he, who, with the salt of
Still on his lips, comes homeward
from nfar, .
Bringing tho sheaves of peace from
Less proud to conquer than to be
dono with war.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all Hoes going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking ealo will only last for a fow days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street)
P, O. Boi MS. Til. ll.
WI3XTC3r "OTO ODEI-A-IKr
TUB OLDEST CHi.'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OmIih Ii Flat 9 Iki to6 Gnu Lloini. Chto.w toft Jap torn Go el All Kill
n-' Nnutou fir
MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR.
Jtr. nnd Sirs. John Jacob Astor will lo very much In evidence nt Newport
tills summer, n they Imvo taken a cottage there for tho season nnd Intend
ti enter prominently Into tho social activities of the exclusive set. This Is tho
I'rst mm foil for several years that they have paid Newport more than fleeting
V .bit h. '
The gravity apparatus for cooling
dwellings. -Invented by Prof. Wllllj L.
Moore, chief of the weather bureau,
patents for which were recently t?cur
ed, has been placed on public exhibi
tion nt Washington, says a dispatch to
the New York Sun. The machine looks
like n cylinder stove, nnd tin Inventor
snys will In time como to be cnnslderJ
ns essential to tho comfort of n dwell
ing In summer as heating apparatus In
winter. Prof. Moore says that Iho cost
of cooling a given space with his ma
chine Is approximately this same as
that ot heating the -.amo space by
means ot a stove or furnace. Ucsldes
this, tho different uses to which the
machine may bo put are unlimited, Its
expects It to prove of great value to
hospitals, particularly for reducing the
temperature of wards In which fever
patients are confined, and In addition
to Its use for cooling residences and
hotels he says It solves the problem
of Individual cold storage. Prof,
Mooro's Invention, In addition to reduc
ing temperature. waBhcsclcanses nnd
renders tho air dry and healthful. Hot
air, tilled with dust, Is taken into the
machine at a temperature of nearly
100 degrees and expelled almost In
stantly at a temperature ot 30 degrees
and with Its relative humidity lessened
by more than half. The machine oper
ates, as Its name Implies, on tho prin
ciple of gravity. That Is, It makes line
of tho dlffercuco In weight between air
nt n high and nt a low temperature, it
Is, moreover, automatic. It requires nu
motive power, nnd Is self-adjusting.
A natural soap mine Is noted by
United States Consul General John L.
Illttlnger of Montreal, as having been
found In the foothills near Ashcroft,
IlrltliOi Columbia, This natural wash
ing compound, containing borax and
soda, Is, found on the bottom and sides
of several soda lakes, but no two
analyses of tho compound ngreo as to
composition, tho same sample, having
been repoited as containing 10 nnd 20
per rent pf borax. A syndicate has
been formed to put the product on the
market, and nbout 275 tons liovc at
ready been taken out of one of the
lakes, and this ono lake alone Is said
to contain 0,000 tons of- a substance
equal tq tho washing powders In com
FOR BUSINESS HOUSES
Tho most economical and most effi
cient lamp Is the now Adams-Bagnall
Enclosed Arc Lamp. They will burn
over eighty hours with ono trimming
nnd burn without fluttering or noise,
giving a soft nnd penetrating light.
Caso Is mado of stamped sheet copper
and, besides being weatherproof, Is
not affected by sugar fumes. It Is
thereforo tho best lamp for plantation
use. Used for lighting tho Merchants'
Pair tlulldlng. Send for catalogue with
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What a wonderful Discovery Is
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of the human family, but Is also the
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a cure
of the worst rases; and for sprnlus,
galls, etc.. It never falls try It once.
Directions accompany each bottle Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
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on tho table. Our
not only hnB a good name In every
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but Is also absolutely the best but
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