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TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
PROM 800 TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; the brightest, safest ji'rnl
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by the month, weels or day, nnd for special
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable, for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
aro always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE 0A8 GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for tho COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.v
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 sales
during the past
Before you buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert-V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD,
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
-ErjERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet Side.
HONOLULU, H. T
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully tent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
la attractive, but tho real at
tractiveness Is tho quality
within tho cans. If you hao
never used S. & V. goods,
better begin now. Wo guar
antee them moniy hack If
they are not satisfactory.
Nothing could be moro fair
than this; don't you think sot
All hinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label ub
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
Note the choice we offer
the four best mnchlncs In the
for all make of MACHINES
Sec our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promntly MtDd1 t
"SHE OF Kllill
Q. It. Dcrrey, money to loan.
On Friday morning, beginning at 10' Horses notigiit, sold and exchanged.
o'clock, .las. F. Morgan will sell tho w- s- Withers,
entire lot of furniture, household .( The Ilonid of Health meets this af
fects, kitchen utensils, etc., etc., at thu tcmoon at 3 o'clock,
home of Dr. Henry W. Howard, 1314 The place to get puro Kona coffee ts
King street. Everything about the at rj J. Day's grocery.
place Is In first class order and will Vt)mo nnd nnncr b
undoubtedly sell for good prices. , . thn Pnnthpnn.
Some of tho books to be put on sale
are very rare editions with Illustra
tions by famous etchers. Included In
the collection Is a Century dictionary
complete and many of the ery latest
and belt novels, There Is abo a band
tome carved bookense.
Chalts, tables, desks, rugs, curtains,
etchings, brlc-n-brac and articles of u
like nature will also be put up for sail'.
Included In the furniture are some
beautiful pices of old kon
lannl furnishings are nleo numbered
nmong the articles.
In the pantry ,ls n lot of fine China,
In the kitchen a complete outfit and In
the halhva)8 furnishings eminently
suitable for the warm weather of tbu
tropics. Ferns and pntms, among the
latter being some fine loultis, will alto
be placed on sale.
In the dining room Isa fine large koa
calabash with kukul leaf polish, ac
cording to the custom of the olden
times nnd with It Is a fine sacrifice
boardnlth a history. It ts from Kona,
the district from which the bluest blood
among the old allls hailed. Besides
these two valuable pieces are cthtr Ha
wnllan and Samoan curios.
The house will be thrown opn for
Inspection Thursday afternoon In order
that all Intending buyerit may hace a
chance to see the things before they
are put up.
FOR II OF (lOIHFu
Ah Sang was arrested this morning
by Special Ah On on the charge ot
grtAs cheat. The paittculars are rather
peculiar and the case will undoubtedly
prove an Interesting one whtn It rorarn
up In the Police Court, should a pre
liminary hearing be Insisted pn.
It seems from the stories told tlntt
Ah Sang went to the office of one of
the undertakers of the city nnd made
arrangements for" the burial of u
In telling the details. Ah Sr.ng M
drop the remark that his friend was
a ery poor mau and 'there was no
money In the house to pay for a suit
of black (lothcs. Would the under
taker please gle lilin 1 for the pur
chase of a suit In which to bury tthe
poor man. The undertaker would und
he did. j
The hours kept fleeting by end (till
no order was sent Into the under
taker's establishment to call at any
place for n body. Suspicions naturally
began to take shape In the undcitak
cr's mind nnd these being communl'iit
cd to the iollce. Ah S&ng was locked
The long nnd short of the whole
matter was found to be that Ah Snug
had no dead friend but nteued the
money for the living.
Fox terrier pup has been lot. Re
ward for return. See ad page 8.
Payment on n lost draft has been
stopped. See under New Today on
House of four bed rooms on Punch
bowl slope Is advertised foi rent. Sco
ad page 8.
Among the things to be auctioned at
Inn llnunrrl nnln tAmnrmn 111 l.n ..
Complete compieto Eof outm.
Handsomely Illustrated catalogues
about "A I Vista" cameras at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. free.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and sates, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
Notice of sale by administrator of the
estate of the lute D. (1, Campbell ap
pears under New Today on page S.
Auction sale of thirty-two bags of
granulated sugar at Morgan's, Thurs
day, Auguct 7, at 10 a. m. See his col
umn. Among the arrivals from Knual ports
In the Knual today wpre Jlr. and
Mrs. C. A. flosp. A K. Todd. V Dan
ford. II. A. Jaeger nnd Wong I.eon.
A most desirable cottage of six
rooms, with privilege of bii)lng furni
ture In part or as a whole Is advertised
fcr rent. This Is well worth looking
Into. See nd page S.
There Is n comparatively long order
of business for the Hoard of Health
meeting. It Is pnitly made up of de
layed reports, on some of which there
's likely to be discussion.
A lot uf cook stoves and a large as
sortment of household furiilttitt-. kitch
en utensils, plants, etc.. at auction at
Moigun's Thutsday, August 7 at 10 a.
ni. Gee .Morgan's column.
The best the- market atToidi nt the
n.ctt reasonable prices. 'I ho Palate
Grill meals and service can't be bent
Family dinners In pilvate looms n spe
cialty. Pnlaec Orlll, Ret del meet.
A number of the joung men Intend
ing to take In the fun nt W'alluku on
the 12th Inst, will leave In the .Maun.i
Loa Friday Instead of In the Ke An
Hon that sails on .Monday evening
next. They want to gel to Wnlluku ,i
ii. niaj oo uuij
The Popular Grocery Store.
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
'engineers and contractors.
Rooms 603510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. - P. O. Dox 637.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below aave been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
MaklRl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold ut
the date hereafter named according to
August 2, 1932 Mack and white mare
branded "C J" on the left hind leg.
August 2, 1992 Mouse colored Jenny
with brand that Is not distinguishable.
August 2, 1902 White mare branded
-0 on left hind leg.
August 2, 1902 Hay mare branded
"Jr" on tho right hand side of tho
neck; four feet black.
August 2, 1902 Day horse branded
"T" on the left front leg, white Bpot
on tho back, ninno cut. Two fore
feet hlnclt and two hind feet white.
All four lect shod.
Tho above 6trayed animals will be
sold on Satuinay. Aug. iu,i02, is noon
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KCKEUNR.
A well known Germantown man has
a colored coachman who Is a proud
father of nine children, all with Blbll-
cal names. Recently the tenth arrived
a boy. Shortly after this Interesting
event his emplojer spoke to the coach
man about it, saying: "Well, Kpbrclm
I hear 5 on have another boy. 1 sup
pose you will name him nfter some fa
mous person In the 111 tie 7
"Ya-ns. Indeed)-," replied Ephralra
"1'se gwlne name him Halloway."
"Hallow ay," mused Kphialm's em-
ploer. "I don't seem to remember
Halloway In the Ilible.
Kphralm gave a pitying smile, "l'so
gwlne name him Halloway nltah tie
Lnwtl," he explained. "Doan yo' re
membah do I.awd's pra)er7"
"Yes. but I don't remernber Hallo
way." "Dat's funny." snld Hphralm. "Why,
It's all light at de stnrt, where et says:
'Ouah Father, who art In beaben, Hal
loway be- Thy name.' "Philadelphia
THE GOODS THE DUST.
Upon the shelves, from day to day
His goods they gathered dust.
"If things go on'thls way muth longer.
Said Slow, "I'll surely bust!"
"Why don't ou advertise?" calJ
Said Slow: 'I never thought of that:'
And then In straightway wrote an ".id"
Which told his story pat.
And Ir the paper then appeared
This "ad" compact and neat.
And In six weeks or thereabouts
His store was btripped tompMn.
Tho goods and dust, oh, where are
The tnle I'll soon rehearse
The goods are- sold and gone away;
The "dust" Is In his purse!
New York Hun.
little ahead In order to size up the
horse race situation a bit.
J. D. .McVeigh. Superintendent of thn
Leper Settlement, arrived In town last
night. Affairs at his post aic monot
onous, varied by baseball und cini-upt
Lames. Superintendent McVeigh Is
Shod for the baldest kind of kirk
against the permission uf an) political
campaigning In the settlement.
The executive committee of the Portuguese-
Polltlriil Cluli will meet this
evening In San Antonio hull rot- the
purpose of choosing speakers for tlu
mass meeting In be held on the after
noon of tho 17tb Inst. It is known that
M. A. Sllvii will make the principal ud-dre-ss
In Portuguese und Jl. l I'nclu-cit
the address In Hnglish Tlieie will he
several other speakeis.
Tho steamer Kauai ai rived fi.ini
Kauai ports this morning it .1 A loot
with 2100 bags sugar, 21 bbU liutlbs
and 65 pkgs sundries. Purser t'ilt-1 ic
portg as follows: Steamer K Ait Hon
at Hiinali-I Could uot get rurnni'inlri
tlon with the puisT. Schr ltolii-u
Hind at Illeele loading suit it-. Had
19,450 bags on bo.tt d. CrosMiu ch ni
ne light tunic winds with sumo M wis.
Southerly swell i tinning on l?e side at
Kauai The- following sugar Is ie-puit-ed
at Kaunl ports leady for shipment.
W., 250; (1 k H.. M0.
John Rign. one of the- most relhihh
drivers for the I'nlou llxpress Co., wu
arrested ji-sti-nluy on the cbatge of
heedless driving. The tmldi-iit which
resulted In the arrest was as follows.
Itego was driving ii wagon illiigoniilly
ncross Fort ftom King. When nt the
Hall coiner, a Portuguese buy (tune up
the street on a blc)cle. nut Into the
hind wheel of the wagon and was top
pled Into the street, hupplly without
Injury. He hud the Idea the accident
was caused bj Itego and hud him in
fested. As u matter of fuit the fault
was entirely the- hoy's who. attending
to wltnt-hses, wits not p.tlng ninth at
tention about ulicic- he was going.
, A Company, - '
Slack and Beid Broken
FIRE A880CIATION, of PhlladtlpHft
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, ti B
Offices Stangenwald Rldf., Hn
chant Street Tel. Main It.
WELT SOLE LACE BOOT
Is nothing less than a beauty.
It bears all tho marks of aristocracy
has all the up to date features and
helps even pr"tty feet to look better.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
f. ..uiuiu, AUGUST C, too?.
SELLS FOR $5.00
IAME OF STOCK
you may say, but we know every
one when It comes to selling
furniture on the Installment '
We will furnish your house
complete, or In part, on the pay
ment of a small amount down
and an agreement to pay week
ly or monthly payments until the
furniture Is all paid for.
HANDSOME BEDROOM SETS
of 7 pieces for $22.50
Come and see our stock.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT 8TREET.
snnwilnke-s I sbnll
"although they aic nll,brnvo
H. Hackfeld& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Ounn trt. Honolulu
Fine Job Prlntlno tfie Bulletin of-! woman when Napoleon Invade! Rus-lslxty-flve officers of the garrison
1 '" ' .ia ' ll'erzlna who had not pe-tltloned.
Vusslllsbn Ivanovna, an old peasant
woman, now Jlylug rtt St. Petersburg,
Is 117 years old. She was a
"We get epiecr men on our ships
sometimes," said fiear Admiral Hrhlcy,
while ho was telling stories of his ex
"Tlieie was n landsman on one of
my ships unco who wns a bilght fellow,
apparently, nnd I look him as an order
ly. One night I wits In my cabin mid
a grille of wind ceir.o up. I (filed tho
oiderly nnd said- 'Kind out how tho
wind Is blowing nnd report to me.'
"The man was Mine it few minutes
und then came In and reported. 'Cap
tain, the- wind Is blowing r'ybt over
the ship.' '
The Sultan of lurkey recently re
ceived petitions from the officers In
guulson at Uskuh and three adjoining
towns setting forth that their pay had
failed to matcrlalizo for a long time,
nml thnt iircimotltin was nt a standstill
u ni.dt ,,. - -
married Abdul Hamld responded by promoting
Whlto violets for out- who Is most
send In her.
And e-ath will bo n little messenger
To tell of lute- and nil love's wottdiiius
Whlto "on her breast, while- lud- til
my heart, "-
Theso little dte-ams of beauty she
wn I wear;
And unr. pen bane.-, will ln-etl" In
Whoso durktnid threads an-, of the-
night a pirt.
Whlto blossoms for one whiter than
1 send them with a word of tender
Thnt they to her my white- thoughts
may tonfi-ss, , '
Andwhlsper all the "whlto love 'she
"AI Vlstn" cameras take the
da light binding film cartridge
the regular sizes, so that any
denier ran supply jou. no matter
In what part of the world ou
and jour "AI Vista" may he en
Joying life together.
Call for illustrated catalogues
.."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Go
C, Briwcr ft Ocnpinr..
l.b. KtrrfcCo,, Hi .
64 Pliofitlon Co ...
Htwa'ltn Aff IniltorilCo'
HiwitiinCon ft So Co.,
Hiwillto Soger Co
Hononu Sugar Co ,,,,
Wonokia Stiff Co,..,f
Haiku Sugar Co '
Cthulni Plantation Co. I
Klh.1plaii.Co .HI j
Kolna Sugar Co
Ohu Sttrar Co ... t
On oo a Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Sa Co.. Ltd , at I
OlaaSuCo LtJ pi up
Olowalu Company .
Paauhaa Su, I'T.n, Co
Pacific Sugar Mill.
Pal Plantation Co ,
Ppko Si gir Co ..
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agn Co,. ..
Walmca Mill Co
WltJtr StaamthlB Cn
I Inter-Ulan Steam N Co
I nawa lan tiKtric Co .
non Kiru i . l.. V.0
Mutual Telrthont Co
OanuRvt L Co
Hawaiian Gov i per cent
HiloRRCo 6 per cent
Hon RapU Trintlt . ..
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
UinU KdlLLO pr c
Oahu nanifln 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c.
Waialua Agr'cul. 6 p. c,
Katuku 6 percent
Capital .? nM
too ooo 5
l,ooc,ooo oo ,(t,
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$00,000 O0 ,(,
I joaoo to
1,050,000 J t
: octooo too .
. J.-.oos ao
J.6ootooo o ..
1 1,000,000 to
S6,ouo w ti
B )00,X M l4
5011,000 tot (
TSOfOOf loc ..
iyfiv. loe t,t,
4, $30,000 100 4J
tsa.coo too &)i
ta 5,000 i ,,,.,.
S00.000 too . .
300,000 100 ,
40,000 too ,
150,0m 10 ,
f,0C4,0o0 193 ....
Stiles t! llannlian Klcctrlc Co.. S3.
GOOD KING, GOOD POET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
If I Wero King, by Justin McCarthy,
"The Dark o' tno Moon," by S. II.
"Tho Mastery of tho Pacific." by A. II.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was in Klou-er").
"Tho niarctl Trail," by 8. Ii White.
"None Hut tho Drove." by II. Scars.
"Tho Kcnlops." by W. I). Howells.
"Tho Strollers," by 1'. S. Ishnm.
"Tho Magic Wheel," by John Strange
"The Hounds of tho Daskorvlllcs," by
"The Womnn Who Dared." by Lynch.
"A Houso Party," clltcd Cy Paul Lei
The nbovo aro' only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
are Specialists In Lenses for the Eyes.
Fitting glasses and filling oculists' pre
scriptions Is OUR EXCLUSIVE DUSI
NESS. We rcpalo glasses promptly and to
last. FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort BtreaL
Ovar May S. Co.
Ants do. If given the Antollne
treatment, Greatest success
attendB use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
tbo pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has tbo desired result.
Fifteen poi-ms by King Oscar of
Hwi-di-n will In- published In Paris at
an early date They have he-en writ
ten within the- last jenr and were re
cently translated Into French by M.
Sonnebt-rg. a son of the Swedish-Norwegian
vlie consul at Paris.
There will he two Introductions to
the hook, one of which will he written
by Jules Clare-tie and tho other prob-
uhlv by Sully Priidhomme.
Those who hnvo read the poems In
mnntisorlpt say that they arc uf a high
older of merit, and wilt easily placo
King Oscnr In the first rauH ot modern
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot Alt Kino's.
Etc, 'Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. p. o. box 112.
J. W. 8CH0ENIN0, Manager.
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCUD ON 6UGA&
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Fred. L. Waldron
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
V. O. Box 553; Tel Blue 781; ItooM
a, Bpreckn's BulldrUf.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
I E. W. JORDAN I
At the last logular meeting of tin-
Washington (ieologltal Boolrtj I'rofe-s
sor T. II. Mi'ans ot the bltie-au nt soils
read an lutr-iestlng paper In which In
stated that ih.iiimi stitaiu mll- of tho
Uullt-d Slates hail been suivcjed b
tho biiieau and the ehmutte-r and fi-t
tlllty of the Mills of tbo ai-'ii suive-jed
pmpuly mapped. He- nlf-u stated that
n soil eurve-) Is now In piogreHH In
Porto llli-ii nUo that the maps to he
Issued b this bureau will bj rut the
use uf fanueis and sloi-lvnieu
A larao number of Tuvis tattle tire
being taken northward. During thu
last week uvei 10,000 'head weio sent
LOTS FOR SALE
In Koplolanl Park
Addition and n
1S7 MERCHAN. STREET.
by MImb lillu Dayton
lias Junt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full lino
ot the; celebrated
Wlllii-lm lliieli wlin iln-w and wrot
'Max and Mutltz, iht- Miinlili "llildei-
btm.'P." "Die Kitininii- ll.-Ii-mi" and i .
Iiizi-n nther IkhiKh ul ie-nl (It-rmnu fun, '
Ih hi-vi-uty c;ii'H ol iuii On his blitli
day Kaiser William snt hint a tulo
giiuu til eiiiigintulatioiiri: "Tn tho poe-t '
und artlM uluisi- Hilndld ereatluiis,
full of gouiiluo iiiiuor. will 11 M. 111!
puilshable, niutiiig thu (lei man pcoplu.
AIho a big choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Come curly and save
t: No 10 Store
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