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NOT BREWED IN MANILA
Much unduo credit has been given to Manila, P. 1., for the
production ot that delicious bevcrago known as
Manilla Anchor Lager
Manilla Lager Is brew oil by Manilla Dros., at Dobbs Kerry,
X. Y.,'snd It tho finest beer In the market. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cop. Nuunnu and Merchant 8tn. TELBPIIONE 308
A DOWN TO
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
LITTLEFIELD, THE TRUST FIGHTER
Ropresentntle Charles E. Minefield
ot Hocklaml, Me., who no ably repre
sents the Second Maine Dlsttlct. ai.it
iv ho rose so phenomenally In the halts
of Congress, outstripping. In the brief
space of three eara, Dlnglcy, his pred
ttesbor; Maine, llalu nnd Iteed. has
vuddenly attracted national attention
by his entry with firm tread upon tho
political stage as the coming trust
fighter. I'pon Mr. Mttlefleld. It Is
raid, the Administration relies to fram)
and piescnt Into the next Congress a
law for the regulation of trusts In the
Although on acatlon and resting.
thu famous .Maine man Is restless to bu
backagaln In thu harness. He Is a
prodigious worker, and his wonderful
physique stands him in good stead this
summer. Taxed with one of the most
Important tasks of a genet atlon, thu
trust-regulating bill, he has consented
to Btump his native State In the torn
Ing campaign, beginning on August -')
and closing late In September: then
dashing across the continent to Cali
fornia, where ho will make several
speeches In the campaign.
Thu public forms a variety of npln
Ions aud estimates of this giant of the
East, who stood against his party In
Congress, and, by his eloquence, his
magnetism, grasp of widely ranged
subjects, doggedness, and. as his ene
mies said, "bullhendedness," pushed
himself Into the front rnrflc of thu
statesmen of tho country.
Successor to Dlngley, he was scarce
ly expected to fill that gentleman's
shoes, but In three years he has out
shone him, at least, for the present.
At home. In Rockland, bis neighbors
know him better and love him more,
no doubt, than his colleagues In Wash
ington. Thero ho is plain Charley Mt
tlefleld, jovial, democratic, greeting
bis friends and "jollying" with them
as If he had not been made one ot the
Administration's triumviri Roosevelt,
Knox, Mttlefleld. Ho Is a big man at
REPRESENTED LARGEST HOUSE
IN THE WORLD.
The Itlght Uev. Thomas Underwood
Dudley of Kentucky, one of the emi
nent lllshops In the Episcopal Church,
enjoys a good story as well as If he did
sot wear the cloth. He tells this ono
A number of years ago he was going
by train to one of the smaller towns
of his diocese to hold services. He was
enjoying a cigar In the smoker, and
npon the seat facing him was a very
large valise, containing his clerical
vestments. A drummer sitting back
of him, noticing his Jaunty traveling
cap, leaned forward and Inquired:
"Traveling man, eh?"
"Yes," answered the bishop.
"What bouse d'ye represent!"
"The biggest house In the world."
"Shllllto's?" (the largest house In
Cincinnati) asked the drummer.
"Hlgger than that." '
"Bigger than that."
"A. T. Stewart's?"
'Well, what house Is It? Thoso are
the best I know,"
"lreprcsent, sir,," said the bishop Im
pressively, "tho houso of Hod."
Tbe salesman gave a gatp, then
to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila, In sheets
or rolls, nil sizes anil weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, 8prlng, Wrapping, Fan
ey Colored Sea Island.
Wo have just received a new stock
ot all aboro Items and can Bhow a
most complete line.
HALL Zr SON, Ltd
home, nnd has been a big man In
Malnu for many jeam. He Is big in
stature six feet two Inches big In
voice, big In the way of handling life'
ffalrs, big In his vlewB. Thero are
some who think that he always has a
chip on his shoulder and Is going to
'Jump on the neck of someone. They
mistnko bis earnestness und zeal for
,pugnnclty. He has never allowed him
self to bu used as a door mat.
There lias neier been a breath of
suspicion against him while In Maine;
neither will there ho at .Washington.
hls friends Bay. He has lived a busy,
uptight life among the people, and Is
their Idol today. Winning his way un
al'icd from thu carpenter's bench, edu
cating himself, the laurels he won and
is winning nro truly deserved
Ills Is a well-ordeied life. Tho man
ner of conducting his law business Is
Illustrative of his plan of living. In
his office system Is everywhere. His
offices are big, broad, and sweeping,
typleul of the occupant Tho sign be
neath the front window Is simple
uiilv line wcinl .-'Ll.tlpfielil ."
J Cburles Mttlefltid Is industrious, re
sponsible and tiue. Woik has no ter
mors for blm lias never hud from tho
nays wiien, as a lull, lain; youth, li-j
stood at the carpenter's bench and
earned enough money to fit himself for
Mttlefleld Is not only a temperate
man, but a teetutaler aud u firm advo
cate of prohibition. Ills tempetance Is
a matter of taste and election with
him. the outgiowth of tho natural bent
of a healthy mind and body. JIo never
smokes, hut enjoys tho smoke of a
good clgai, and will Join in tho pont
iles of hlB bibulous friends with tho
zeal that he displays In everything.
The Uible nnd Shakespeare ho lias
at his ringer tips. In fact, In hlg early
career In this section of Maine, they
used to term him tho "lllbllcal ora
tot." He can reel off Shakespeare by
tho yard and never misquote.
R Pa Ha M aj Ps no R f-a Ki f-a Ra Id
glancing nt tho mammoth valise, ex
claimed; "Well, all I've got to Hay Is, you carry
a pretty full line of samples."
"Yes," said the eminent professor at
a social gathering, addressing his re'
marks to a small man to whom be hud
been introduced. "I (latter mvselr that
J I rarely fall to read a face correctly."
"So?" queried the small man.
"Yes. Now, there Is a lady," con
tlnued the professor, pointing to a
200-pound specimen of the fair sex.
"the lines of whose countenance are as
clear as print to me. The chin shows
firmness of disposition, amounting to
obstinacy; the pointed nose, a vicious
Itemperament; the capaaclous mouth,
I volubility; the square chin denotes
I trouble for those who oppose her
, wishes: the eyes show a hardness of
"VVonderfujJy, truly wonderful, pro
fessor," Interrupted the small man.
"You evidently know something of
the lady, then'" said the professor.
"Sure," replied tho small man, "she
Is my wife." Chicago Dally News.
Pi Into Arntilt of Ilavarla, grandson
of the I rlnce regent, will visit America
In September to hunt In Montana, His
visit will be unofficial.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlcpower. This
Is tho best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas 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.
-r riiii rnn TATT
All parties are warned ngnlnst ne
gotiating draft No. .10, drawn August
2d, 1902, by Robert Wallace on Hind,
Ilolph & Co., of Honolulu, In favor of
K. Norishukl. for the sum of 12u. Pay
ment of same has been stopped.
The regular meeting of Honolulu
Aerie. No. no. will bu u.e!d nt St. An
tonio Hall this evening. Every mem
ber Is lequested to be present.
O. W. ANDERSON,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
In the Matter of the Estate of
Donald G. Campbell,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
lly order nnd deciee of the Honor
able George D. Gear. Second Judge of
the Cltcult Court of the First Circuit,
sitting nt chambers In the above en
titled matter. I will offer for sale and
sell nt public auction on Friday, the
Stli day of September. 1902. at ths
I ron t entrance of the Judiciary build
ing in Honolulu, Oahu, the parcels of
land situate In said Honolulu, here
1, All that piece or parcel of land
situate at Mnuluklkcpa, Walklkl, said
Honolulu, and bounded nnd described
Iteglnnlng at the West corner of this
piece nnd running: N. 47 E. 133 fee,
N. 51" 1' W. 117 feet along portion of
this land thence:
N. 43' E. 119 feet, N. 4S W. GO feet
N. 73 K. IS!) feet to Government road,
8.B5"B. 109 feet along makal side of
S. 43" W. 279 feet along stone Wall,
S. 41" E. lo.'.tl feet along Btone wall,
S. S2" W. 132 feet along Btone wall,
N. 4S W. S8 feet to Initial point.
Alea. 1 B-lnii acres, being a portion
of the picmlses decilbed In Koyal
Patent No. 3579, Land Commission
Award Number J240 and 53G4 to Kala
ma and Nakookoo, and thu same prem
ises conued to said James O-djorne
by deed of Ferdinand Meyer, dated Oc
tober , 189H, and recorded In the Reg
ister Office. Oahu, In Mber 1G4 un
2. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kapaakea, Walklkl,
said Honolulu, being a portion of the
111 of Kapaakea, Royal Patent No. 447G,
Land Commission Award No. 7713, Ap.
39 to V. Kamamalu, and particularly
bounded nnd described as follows:
lleglnning at tbe Northwest corner
of Royal Patent No. 3579, Ijind Com
mission Awards 5240 and G3G4 to Ka
lama nnd Nakookoo and running as
follows by magnetic bearings:
1, N. 05'00'W. 15fi feet along road;
2. S. 4!" 00' W. 112 feet to corner of It.
3. N. 73" 00' E. 159 feet along R. P. 3579
to Initial point;
Area, 4G11 square feet; and being
the same premises conveyed to James
Osborne by deed of the Trustees under
the will of Ilernlce P. DUliop, dated
February t, 1899, and recorded In said
Register Office In Mber 188, on pages
Said parcels adjoin and form one lot
ot land. Further Information concern
ing said parcels of land may be obtain
ed at the office of W. O. Smith. Judd
building, Honolulu. Sale subject tff
confirmation by tho Court. Deed at
expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, August Gth, 1902.
Administrator of the estate of Donald
G. Campbell, alias Jaes Osborne,
2217 Aug. 0, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30;
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First quarter of the moon on the
10th, 6;S4 p. m.
Tides from the United Stales Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kabulul and JIllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 20m
" cr 'nan "reenwicn lime, Dome.
! that of the meridian of 167.30. Tho
.. ... ,.. .. ., . .
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Greenwich. Oh Ora.
Weather Bureau, Piinahou, Ahgust 8.
Temperature 'Morning minimum,
I 73: Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.02. Rising.
Dew Point 72F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 87 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust S. Weather clear; wind fresh NK.
Tuesdny, August G.
Am. schr. Fred. J. Wood, from Port
hind, In dlstiess.
Widnesday, August G,
Stmr. Kauai, llruhn, rrom Kauai
ports, at ! a. m.
Tuesday, August 5.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Mnul ports,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, 'I humpson, for Ka
Schr. Kuwnllant, for Koolau ports.
Scnr. Eclipse. Towusend, for Jlolo
knl, Maul and Kona ports.
Stmr. I.ehua, Nnnpala, for Moloknl
nnd Maul ports, at 5 p. m.
From Knual ports, per str. Kauai,
Aug. 6 A. C. Todd, Miss L. Hopkins,
C. A. Rose, .Mrs. C. A. Rose. R. D. Mol
ler. Mr. Hubbard, Mrs, Hubbard, Mas
ter Hlnkles, A. E. Todd. Mrs. W. S.
Fleming. Mrs. Chuck Hoy, Miss Chuck
Hoy, W. Danford, Miss O. Cornwcll.
Miss M. Klse, Miss L. Adams, W. S.
Fleming, It. M. Oilman, H. A. Jaeger,
J. W. Donald, J. Wong I-eong. Master
Cross and 32 deck,
"I've Just applied for a government
pension," he said, "but I don't think
I'll get It."
"Well, you see. I caught a bad cold
In the Civil War." ,
"An" it's been a-workln' on me ever
"An" t'other day Jt broke out In a
'Why, j on don't look like a"
"I know It; an that's Jest wheie tho
trouble comes In. The very minute the
consumption hit me, an" I put In my
application to the government, the old
lady fell to prayln" fer me. an" 'bout
a quarter to 10 her prayers wuz ans
wered, an' 1 commenced to feel better,
until now I'm feared I'm plum wll, i
don't want to muzle the old lady, but it
looks like I'll havo to." Atlanta Con
A Ilerlln dispatch says thnt the elec-tio-mngnetlc
gun recently Invented by
Prof. Ulrklnnds of Chrlstlanla. bus Just
i been tried here before a committee of
technical nnd other experts, with such
highly satisfactory results that n Well
known German firm of cannon found
eis hae offered to purchase the Inven
tion. Prof. Illrklends will lay the pro
posal before his Norwegian company.
i The experts hold that a Hnal trial Is
necessary to ascertain if the gun Is able
to throw a two-ton projectile a distance
of twelve miles. The alterations would
cost 7500, but the professor is certain
that the conditions which will provo
I practical adaptability of the gun will
be fulfilled. He calculates that the
performances of his weapon will In
crease with tho length of the barrel.
For Instance, with a tube 328 feet long,
it could throw a two-ton projectile It
distance of 932 miles. Such a colossal
range has, of course, no practical value,
but Norwegian experts believe that the
Invention will cause a revolution simi
lar to that brought uDout by the ln-
l traduction of gunpowder.
Everything In Its Place.
Ethel (coyly) What a pretty mouth
you have. It ought to be on a gttl's
Jick I seldom miss ah opportunity.
The German Social Scientific Socie
ty Of New York Intends tn i-rnnln n
honor of the seventieth birthday of
Ambassador Andrew D. White, a pro
fessorship of history of German civili
zation. THE NO-PAIN
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 toTWO-THIRDS
their Real Value.
You should see them. Feel the muslin Could you aslt better?
Hold up the garment and glance at the design. Observe tho trim
mings. Examine the needlework, and then the PRICE, Thero are
White Cambric Petticoats,
one wide ruffle
White Cambric Petticoats,
with embroidery edge . ..
White Muslin Petticoat,
G rows hemstitching, 3tks.
White Muslin Petticoat,
2 rows hemstitching, 2
tucks, wide Torchon lace
White Muslin Petticoat,
wide double flounce with
White Muslin Petticoat,
Hounce, 3 tucks with em
broidery Instn. and edge.
Also MANY OTHERS, Including a variety of fine, handsomely
trimmed garments up to SEVEN DOLLARS at corresponding reductions.
I WHITNEY &
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
ThU water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District ot Puna, Islanl
of Hawaii, where for years ft has
been used by people living on
tho Islands as a cure for Kidney
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Workt
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agents. Send all orden to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
One Case of SO Bottles
For Want Column See Page Six
t-OR SALE One large bay horse, suit
nblc for oxpress wagon, hacTt or fnm-
. lly use and two wagons, one nearly
new. Address G. B., this off.'ce.
FOR RENT House on slopes of
Punchbowl; tour bed rooms; mosqui
to proof; electric lights; barn and
servants' quarters. Address O. Y..
Bulletin office. 2117-lw
FOR RENT Most desirable cottage In
city; fi rooms; furniture for sale as
a whole or In part. Second cottage
south of Lunalllo, opp. Uackfeld St.
LOST Female fox terrier pup. U
weeks old; black head; white body;
black spot on end of back; answers
to tho name of DESDAMONA. no
ward If returned to F. M. Brooks.
S. P. Wllley, secretary of the Guar
dian Trust Company of Kansas City,
Md-, Is tbo Inventor elf an appratu
which will be of great value to rail
road companies It the claims of the In
ventor are vindicated by the tests
which aro being arranged for It. It Is a
system of telephoning which U alwaj
available In case It Is found necessary
to send a man to the next station to
report and get orders, and In some of
the less populous parts of the country
tbo neurest station may be many miles
uway, witn nils new device It Is only
necessary to make a connection with
the telegraph wire and the train crew
is in Instant communication with any
station with which It is desired to con
verse. The device Is about to be tried
on the Mlsourl Pacific, the 'Frisco nnd
the Kansas City Southern railroads. It
Is known os tho telegraphone.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of.
SUNDAYS TILL II M
W,.V.'.,(Ja?. D""' Work ivcry Jjy it
war PAINLESS at cm b Jon (to Jo nJ
ilk nut only In Iheclty o( Honolulu bi
anywhere An4 will uuaran'eo oui vorktoNt
at bijoJ at any Jrmltt can projurt. We are
OraJuate prntltts, anj have hal vry many
."' tifl'' In the practice ot Dentistry
All our material It the very best noJe ..r
known lo the Jenul proteulon. No charge
lor examinations n ture you finJ the rletit
rlace, Aillntion Block. n IMal Street,
orroslte Union, Honolulu Th Up-Tu-Dati
Silver niltait (to callel) - j-ni mor
GolJ Mlllngs. - . . $,,u Up
PAINLESS EXTRACTION F
White Muslin Petticoat, 3 rows
Torchorn Insertion nnd
White Muslin Petticoat,
lawn flounce, hemstitch
ed and tucked wltn 4
Inch embroidery edge...
White .Petticoat, hemstitched
nnd tucked, and wide fleuri nn
de lis embroidery I.OU
White Lawn Petticoat, 3
Normandy lace insertion
PUNA BY H. L. WILLIAMS & CO,
Perctnt. U.S Cjjllon
Solids 0.18SO 110.92
Chlorine 0.0S60 60.74
LI mo 0.0055 3.24
Magnesia ....0.006$ 3.89
Silica 0.0063 3.24
lated as salt S3.6
EDMUND C. SHOREY.
A rebate of One Dollar will be
made upon the return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 370
New York Dental
The high class ot work turned out at
the Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people are reallz
lag that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department In charge of a spe
clallst and our operators aro graduate
dentists of the hest-recognlzcd schools
In tho U. S. or tfle world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the 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.
Wo can stve you money on your den'
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Ful Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowni .. 6.00
Bridge Work.per tooth ..."... 5.00
Gold Fillings 1,00
Silver Fllllncji 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
Bterlllzed 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
lion 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 tbe best that the market
iffcrdB, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display of the
bitter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
line CHOCOLATE8 and BON BONS
ever put on exhibit here; we also cap
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'8.CH0C0l.A"i ES anS BON BONS
THE ELITE ICrfcREAM PARLORS
Mr, CltymanJlow long has your
mother kept 'summer boarders?
Suslo Piinklnsquash She kept -one
two weeks once. Philadelphia Record.
65 Queen St.
For Account of Whom
It May Concern.
ON THURSDAY, AUG. 7th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, t
will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom It may concern, the following
goods, slightly damaged by water on
voyage of importation from Vancouver,
II. C, ex S. S. Aorangl, July Gth, Cau-
tain Phillips, master.
G14 S4 38 3-4 doz lac'o collars
31 pes. silk mourning crepo
10 pes. blk. silk velvet
715 S3 IS pes. brown linen drill
G7G BC S7 pes. Scotch chambraya
M. S. O. Co.
S97G 40 gross Coats Scwfng Cotton
S973 40 gross Coats Sewing Cotton
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Honolulu, August Gth, lj)02.
JAS. F. MO RGAN,
ON THURSDAY, AUG, 7,
At my salesroom. G3 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction,
32 Dags or Granulated Sugar.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Stoves and Furniture
ON THURSDAY, AUG. 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-
At my salesroom. G5 Queen street. I
nil! sell at Public Auction, about Ono
Dozen Rrand New Cook Stoves In ner-
Also u very largo quantity of n com
plete assortment of Hntisptintrl Piimf.
ture. FurnUhlngs, Kitchen Utei.'oTU,
Ferns, Plants, Etc., Etc.
Jae. F. Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho residence of DR. II. S HOW
ARD. 1314 King street. Walklkl of Pit
kol street, I will sell at Public Auction
the cntlro lot of beautiful Household
Furniture, Etchings, Paintings, Rugs,
Sofa Pillows, Easy Chairs, Parlor
Chairs, Mirrors, extra handsome large
round Koa Table, hand caned Teak
wood Screen, very old nnd raro Japan
ese Vases, French Clock, Brlc-a-Brac,
Carved Teokwood Bookcase, very
large handsomo Lounging Couch, two
handsome hand carved Writing Desks,
hand embroidered, very old nnd hand
somo Indian Portiere; largo collection
of modern and old Works of Literature.
Wicker Chairs, Lanal Furniture, black
Walnut nnd Dlrd's-Eyo Mnplo Red-
rnnm Fill tlltnrn rtl1 fnahlnnn.l malm..
any Shaving Stnnd with Class, Feather
Pillows, old China Dining Room Fur
niture, Kitchen Utensils, Stove, Moat
Safe, Ico Dox, Garden and Stable Tools,
two-seated surrey, a runabout, Horse
and Harness, and a largo collection ot
choice Ferns, Palms and Plants.
mrnlttiro on view Tbursda y after
noon, August 7th.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St