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0 YOU PLAY TENNIS
A DOWN TO
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ME NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
And Fistic Carnival
Saturday Evening, Aug, 16th,
TUc Manly Art of Self-Defense will be demons! rated by Honolulu's beat
H'tK'iitu of boxing.
Thr Main Event of the evening will be n Ten-Itouud Clovo Contest, Mnr
lyd , Quecusbury Hules, between
There will bo several preliminaries, among them being
A FOUR.ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for the Middleweight Championship of Hawaii.
ALSO A FOUR-ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for the Lightweight Championship of Hawaii.
PRICE8 AS FOLLOWS:
Stage Seats limited to 50 $2.50
Box Seats 2.00
Dress Circle , 1.00
We want you to order n dozen of our
Manilla Anchor Lager
It Is new In Honolulu but famous throughout the East.
Pare, pale and delicious 4 n flavor. A taste will convince you
that It Is the beer you want to clrlnlc, and tho best In the market.
Made at Dobbs Kerry, No w York.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuunnu and Merchant
RICHARDSON IS DEAD.
iiulllacirc, July 26. Dr. Geo, Mann
"'KleJrardKiii, u member of tho faculty
t Stanford University, died today at
"lie Vnkin Protestant Infirmary. Tho
ikuwi of death was blood poisoning.
'Tte rauso of death was blood poison
Sjs.Ttiti patient has been cry low for
-tl; or moro nnd his life was given
ri Vy tlm phyHlcians.
T Bulletin. 75 .cents per month.
If to, you may be needing a new
Racquet or a supply of Tennis Balls,
or perhaps you ought to have a new
Net for your Court. If you wa,nt any
of these things, please keep In mind
that we have Just received a large as
sortment of TENNIS GOODS, and can
fit you out.
E. 0. Hall & Son
TO COMMAND PHILADELPHIA.
Washington, July 28. Commander
Charles P. Perl.lipi. now on duty at
tho Naval War College, lias been as
signed to lommand tho cruiser Plilla
delphla. He will succeed the late Cap
tain Itclslnger, who died while his
ship was eu routu to .Son I'ruuclsro
fioin tho Isthmus,
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Weekly edition of the Bulletin, V a
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to 600 candlcpowcr. This
Is the best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Qas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D, and
natural In lota to suit
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
For Sale At Auction
The timid signed will Hell at pulille
iiiulldii ut the miction runtim of Jamc
1'. Miiignu mi Saturday, the 23d dny ol
August. 11HI2. nt 12 noon, the following
Milnnhle pnreelK of land In Honolulu.
Tel in (axil, dicds nt purchaser's ex-
A lii'iiullful lot Kltunled on the light
IiiiikI or HonlheiiKleily side of Niiuniiu
nlteet In lloiiiilitlii, niljiilnlng the ma
Mil Klile of pieinlHeN occupied by Jan.
Spetuer, Esq., containing atniut nn
icie mill ii iiuuiter II 1-1). lexM .1
imi'll strip taken from the front to
widen Ha hi Htlcct.
TIiIh lot iinniirlhcH the noitliwcstcr
ly poll Ion of pieml('K rovered by Roy
ill I'ulelit :ill on I.. I'. Award 1 170 to
Iwluln. It Is well alien o the street,
well ilinltieil mid Ih an IiIcmI location
for u hoiiicKteiid.
Seu'inl lots nt Wall.lkl. all situated
maknt of King xtreet In Knpaakoa.
near the proposed location of the Mc
Klnley Memorial 1'nrk. nnd moro par
llciilarly lilentlfled ns followa:
Int. A large parrel, comprising
house-lot. kula anil several vnluahlo
kato patches with water right, inakal
of the "Loko l'aakea," and on- tlie
northwest, adjoining the nuwnl or
strcani Issuing from saldloko, contain
ing a total urea of five nnd three
eighths (5 3-8) nrrori, morn fully set
forth and described In I'.onl Patent
5929 on I.. C. Awnnl 2019 to I'aliau.
2nd. A fine kalo patch adjoining Hie
auwal Issuing from said Loko l'aakna
(very near tho 5 3-S acres lot ahoe),
more fully set forth In Itoyrd Patent
K332 on I.. O. Award 1124 to Knnluhl.
This lot comprise lll-loo ncTu and tiic
auwal thirty (30) lous. j
3rd. Three fine kalo pateheR (south
of the S 3-S acres lot), on the aunnl
formerly called MoanaiiU's Auwal,
leading out of tho main stream. Said
Kalo patches have a water right and
are moro fully described as Apanns 2,
3 and 4 of Royal ,'ntenl 4031, nn L. U.
Award 1273 to Mokliil no l'nhnu and
containing 11-100, 11-100 nnd 13-100
4th. A large kalo patch situated
about west of the land mentioned,
nboe, villi a water right, contnlnlng
21-100 acre, more fully set forth in
Hoynl Patent 0333 "on 1.. C. Award
The foirgolng knlu lands are occu
pied for rlen and kalo cultUntlon hy
Uim Wo Hiug Co. under a verbal
agreement, determinable after har
vesting any eiop.
Further paitlculars, maps anil othci
Information can be hud on liiipilrlng ol
W. 11. CASTLE.
Trustee for l'aliuu Heirs.
THE il BE
San Jose, July 26, A new industry,
that of making alcohol from sugar beet
tefuse, will bo added to the resources
of Santa Clara county tho coming
week. The distillery of tho Union
Distilling Company of San Francisco,
located at the old l.lek mills near Ag
nuws, Is completed, and will be start
ed ns soon n representatives of the
revenue department of the Govern
ment nirlve to gauge thn output. The
latest machinery Is in place, about
1100,000 hating been expended In lif
ting up the distillery, llluck strap, or
the refuse of beet-sugar factories, will
bo used In making tho alcohol. This
process is a now thing in tho United
States, and there Is hut ouo other fac
tory of the kind in tho country, a
small establishment located in Michi
The output of tho Union Distilling
Company's plant will be 1100,000 worth
of alcohol a month. A force of about
seventy-five men will bo employed, and
tho distillery will run night nnd day.
'Ibu plant Is most complete, and has
Immense storngo facilities. Its prod
uct will test ut about 86 per cent, and
It is expected tho Pacific Coast will
use tho entire output.
Jlf JPIlfeWx THE
J? ISWs UP'T0
sk mm DATE
m. p m.
4 04 II OJ
4,JI li jl
6 M O 14
1 08 C JO
7 $o I tfi
9 jo ) ot
p m It,
, 4 O
Plrut muirtpr nf the moon on ttm
10th, 6:54 p. m.
nues irom tno unueu bis woasi
and Geodetic 8urvcy Tahlea.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho meridian of 1S7.30. Tho
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Greenwich. Oh Ora.
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, August F.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, SI.
Uaroinefr at 9 a. m. 29.9S, Falllus.
I)cw I'olnr C7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 71 per cent.
Dlamoul Head Signal S'i'tlon Au
gust 8. Wraihc-r clear; wind iresh NC.
Thursday, Aug. 7.
Str. John Cummins, Searle, from
Koolau ports. ,
Str. Noeau, Peilerson, from Hawaii
it-'- Friday, Aug. 8.
Str. Kenuhou, Mohcr, from Kauai
ports, ut Uln. m.
Schr. Herman, llrown, from San
S. S. 1'eru, Hoblnson, ftom San
S. S. Alameda, lftrrlmsn, oil Koko
Head nt 1 p, m.
Str. Mauna I.oa. Slmersop, for f-ahal-na.
Maalaea, Kona and Knu ports, nt
12:30 p. m.
Str. Hannlcl, Mosher, for l.as.in Isl
and, at 1 p. m.
Str. Wnlaleale, Plttz, for Hunnmaulu,
Ahuklnl nnd Annhola, nt ft p. m.
S. S, Peru, Itoblnson, for the Orient,
ut 5 p. in.
From San Francisco, per 8. S. Peru,
August S. For Honolulu Miss Flor
ence Illlike, Mrs, i:. Dinnt, Rev. J. A.
KvaiiK, Mrs. J. A. Kvans, Miss Louisa
P. Folsom, F. F. Fyler. C. C. Henlon,
Mrs. C. O. Henlon, lllshop 11. 11. lies
larlck. Mrs. II. II. ltestarlck, Aithur
Itestarlck, Mlts Consta.iice ltestarlck.
Miss M. Itestniiek, Miss C. Teggart,
Mrs. C. Wlckstrom, Miss .V Wile. Fo
Yokohama Major G. von Ktzel, It.
Helse. Hev. i:. A. Marshall. Ilev. Willis
I-:. Parsons, Mis. Willis H. Parsons.
Mil C. H. Itose. For Kobe Dr. W.
II. llHteheller. Mrs. W. II. Ilnteheller, A
P. Curtis, Ilev. Graham l.ee, Mrs. Gr.V
ham l.ee, Miss Margaret l.w. Master
Graham l.ee. Master Mlo l.ee, Mrs.
M. A. Webb. For Shanghai 13. T.
Williams. Mrs. K. T. Williams and two
chlldien. For Hongkong Geo. llosch
nn, T. llhonnl-Slngh, It. 11. Monger
William :. Smith. Mrs. William M.
Smith, Miss Kllen Dean Smith, Miss
Diulco Cole Smith.
Fioni Sun Francisco, per schr. Her
man, Aug. 8 Oeo. W. Sutton, Dr. Geo.
J. Lewis. John Chetwellr Davis Hol
man, Frank SharratL
From Kuual ports, per str, Kenuhou,
Aug. S Mr. Kahlllna nnd 3 deck,
From Knannnapl, per str. Kocau,
Aug. 7 J. Williamson nnd 4 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per str.
Mauna Loa, Aug. 8 JIlss Iko, Thos. P.
Cummins nnd boy, Mr. Trent, (I. Scliu
man, F. lluchholtr, A. G. Kniilukou,
II. I. Mauley, C. S. Weight, Dr. T. Kal-
cuniima, K. It. G. Wallace, Carlo Langt,
Dr. Frear and wife, J. S. Kmerson, J,
E. Harvey, Julian Mousarrat, J, P.
Howutt, Julia Tolbert, Master A. A.
Williams, Miss Maggie Mclntyre,, Miss
Marcus, Miss Lynch, MUs I.voiih,
Prince Cupid Knlanlannolu.
NEW ANGLO-CHINE8E TREATY.
London, July 30. The new commer
cial treaty between Great Hrltaln and
China was approved at a conference
held at the Foreign Office today. It Is
expected that the Government will now
sanction the conclusion of the treaty.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, SI a
NEW - TO-DAY
8T. DAVID'S HOUSE,
715 Howard 8t., Near Third,
This Is one of the Host Lodging
Houses In San Francisco; convenient
ly located to the center of tho city.
theatres, etc,; 200 rooms, en suite and
single. Everything clean and neat.
Howard St. electric cart pass the door.
ALU WORK THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED
PRICES as LOW as the LOWEST IN
WORK A3 GOOD A3 THE
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES'
White Petticoats assume particular importance nowadays, as dain
ty foundations for pretty Summer gowns.
This week we offer a Thouiand of them at HALF toTWO-THIRDS'
their Real Value.
You should see them. Feel the muslin Could you ask better?
Hold up the garment nnd glance nt tho design. Observe the trim
mings, Examine the needlework, nnd then the PRICE. There ore
White Cambric Petticoats,
one wide rufllo
White Cambric Petticoats,
with embroidery edge . . .
White Muslin Petticoat,
5 rows hemstitching, 3tUs.
White Muslin Petticoat,
2 rows hemstitching, 2
tucks, wide Torchon lace
White Muslin Petticoat,
wide double flounce with
White Muslin Petticoat,
flounce, 3 tucks with em
broidery Instn. and edge,
Also MANY OTHERS, including a variety ot fine, handsomely
trimmed garments up to SEVEN DOLLARS at corresponding reductions.
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
This water is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District ot Puna, Istant
ot Huwall, where for years It has
been used by people living on
the Islands as a cure (or Kldno
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Works
ot this city to act as our distrib
uting agents. Send all order, to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Battles
One Case of SO Bottles
5 A Bid
New York, July 21. A special to tho
Sun from Newburgh, N. V., sa,ys. Pe
ter F Collier & Son, publishers of New
York, are said to be at the head of a
?10,00i).000 corporation which is bclns
organized to buy a string of newspapers
In New York State. II. Lewits Is the
general manager who has charge of
the forming of the trust, which It is
proposed to have fully organized and
In operation about October 1.
In a circular letter sent to a number
of publishers Lewits says he has s
cured options on port)' plants along
the Hudson river and In the central
part of the State. The offer to pro
prietors Is to pay them In stock of
the United States Publishing Company,
or part cash and part stock,
DIRECTUM SPIER FAST
Columbus, O., july 28. The Grand
Circuit meeting opened here today.
Tho weather was warm and delightful
until a storm blew up shortly before 4
o'clock and drenched the track so thor
oughly that the 2:09 pace. In which
three heats had been decided, had to
be postponed until tomorrow. Detoro
the storm the track was lightning fast
and every heat winner lowered his
mark. The fields in the three race
on the card were small, as many of tho
owners preferred to reserve thulr en
tered hoises for stake events later In
Dlrctum Spier, Henry Schnmlbach's
l-yeanold str.llton, was picked to win
tho 2:30 trot, selling In the auctions ai
J50 to $16 for tho Held ot three. Tli
field price was reduced to 17 after the
first heat tvd a largo number of pools
were sold at that figure. -The son of
Directum Justified the confidence nf
his backers by leading from wire to
wire In both heats, reducing his record
In tho second from 2:131. made In hU
first start at Cleveland last wool;, to
The Evening Bulletin, 73 cents cer
BEST OPPOSITE UNION
White Muslin Petticoat, 3 rows
Torchorn insertion nnd
White Muslin Petticoat,
lawn llounce, hemstitch
ed and tucked wltn 4
Inch embroidery edge...
White Petticoat, hemstitched
and tucked, nnd wide flour
do Us embroidery ..
White Lawn Petticoat, 3 rows
N'ormandy lace Insertion
MARSH, LTD. I
PUNA BY H, L, WILLIAMS & CO,
Percent. U.S Gallon
Solids 0.1S80 110.92
Chlorlno 0.0800 60.71
Llmo 0.0055 3.21
Magnesia ....0.0066 3.89
Silica 0.00G3 3.21
lated as salt S3.6
EDMUND C. SHOREY.
A rebato ot One Dollar will bo
made upon the return ot ship
ping caao and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 370
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now 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 W charge ot a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists ol the hest-recognlzcd schools
In the U. S. or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the city; we bavo
the best plate workers, Ncrown and
bridge specialists, and In tact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
'is are strictly up to date.
We can sive 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 .; J5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Filling 1.00
Silver Fllllnfcf 50
All our Instruments are thorougblj
sterilized before use.
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RAW YOrK 1)611131 raiWS.
Room A, 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
'ton 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 tho best that the market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
Wo have the finest display of the
bitter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BON8
ever put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'8 CHOCOLAi ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE lciciREAM PARLORS
Ajacclo, In Corsica, the birthplace
of Napoleon, hug a new telephone ser
Mie. At present Its subscrlbem aie
three In number,
(iw 'WsWil a
65 Queen St.
ON MONDAY, HUG. II
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho premises, Drlllshed Square, Ho
tel street, corner Miller street, I will
sell at public auction tho'entlro Mer
chants' Fair Building, together with
tho corrugated iron roof.
Tho sides aro 16 feet high and sur
faced on ono side. Tlio flooring Is
tongued nnd grooved nnd surfaced.
The Iron Is brand now. Very few
nails arc In the building, ns It was put
up for tho purpose ot easy removal.
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Jae. F. Morgan.
FOR SALE ! !
FirtST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Berctanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 13
Ret on Berctanla street, 171 fee
deep; price $9000; one-halt casTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau St.
tt 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
latge Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right ot way entrance to Here
to nla St.
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St,
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price)
$4000. One-halt cash, balance on
nortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Ilu
right ot way to Bcretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Balance of the
at auction on
at 10 o'clock
a. m, on the
All the Laces, Ribbons, Undergar
ments, Olovcs, Stockings,' Silk Waists,
Buttons and the Safe, Cash Register,
Counters, Fixtures, Shelving. Every
thing must go, regaidless of cost.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
( JAS. F.
65 Queen St