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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLULO, H. T., SATUItDAY, AUGUST 9, 1902.
EXPLORER DE WINDT'S STORY OF HIS TRIP
jj The Whole Story
HIGH ART PLUMBING
what to find here this week
So many pretty things lnvo been opened that came by the last
steamer that yon will enjoy Booing I hem Tho daintiest goods for
otimnier dresses, hosiery, gloves, etc, nro nil on display on our coun
ters, and wo find tho greatest plttMtro In showing them. WV1I toll
on about some of them below, hut bo suro to como to tho store.
in one letter about
(rxnnr turn )
We hao had many calls
for them, so hac them In
stock now Cool and dros
y for street wear
60c a pair
lisle lace hose
dyo and ory pretty laco
35c pair 3 pair $1.00
white lace hose
Sizes from G to 9, t'ntlrcly new
35c pair 3 pair $1,00
NEW WHITE GOODS
The most exquisite lino ot white goods wo hno hnndled. Seo
them dlsplajcd on our center counter, with prices plainly marked
Very dainty for summer dresses,
several different patterns at fol
lowing in Ices
7 yards for $1,00
6 yards for $1.00
5 yards for $1,00
4 yards for $1,00 '
7 yards for $1,00
With stripes, 31 Inches wide.
25c per yard
Not ordinary gingham by any
means. Don't buy until )ou oca
tho patterns. Uroad white
stripes on theso 'colors:
PINK 27 Inches wide,
8 yards for $1,00
for Shirt Waists
handsomo patterns, in pretty
BLUE 28 Inches wide.
8 yards for $1,00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
. . Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb, tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR 8TOCK OF
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Thnn LI flnuinn v. On 'I rl Hardware
IIICU. 11 UCmCd 00 UU., LIU. Department
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Seattle. July 28. After traveling fnr
six months across the bleak steppes
and frozen mountains of Siberia, Harry
Ue Wlndt of tho London Dally Kxprcs
Is ready to report that a railway, prac
tically connectlnK the Knstern nnd
Western Hemispheres, is a feasible
leader of tho part had selected When
these points were leached nothing but
n feu Hcillercd huts nnd half a dozen
w retched nnthes were nil that re
mained of their greatness. 1 ho people
of all the northern part of the rontln
icnt lime htm attracted to tho coast
From Cpt 1'. I.ojf, I'ollco Station !."o. ,
, Monlmli'"Mr fmiurntly uo ptnnv j
tun' PAfuKiMEit forwr r, fA.arom-
O il ft thrjnttttinmt tlftuut frott bite$t fA'l t
K b hIai, mm , mil all nmktlntii wl Jcti J
bctft'lmtnln onrpottilon I have no best
5 111' i In Mjlng tint P.lN-KlLlin If tlti
f) ti.(riirytihi0ntirathAni "
) t'tci! Interniill) Hint I xtrrniilly.
h TwoSi2e-, Vc, aoiisoc bottle. r
project. De Wlndt left l'arls IJedcmuer i nearest America, as J here the) can
IB last nnd nrrUcd In Seattle by way of Itiude with the American whalers mil
Uehrlng straits, the Yukon, Dawson I subsist more easily than in their In
and Skngwny this afternoon on tlm'land towns nnd Ullages Tor secrM
steamer City of Topcka. Ills party en- hundred miles dlrcctl) west of llchrltu
countered great perils from hunger stialts Sir. do Wlndt found many sct
and cold, nnd attribute to the presenco tlcmcnts of the nntlws, and here ha
of Americans In northern waters tin found food nnd nxsistnme. Had ho
fact that they are again safe In a chl-l not met the Siberians here he bellers
llzed country. The parti consists otlhc could ncci hac reached IlolirliiR
Mr. dc Wlndt, Viscount dc Cllnchanip' stialts and s.is his rescue was due to
llcllegardc, George Harding, who hasj Ameilcan tinders. Discussing tho trip
been with the leader of tho expedition this ocnlng, he bald, tenanting hU
on many Journejs In tho last sixteen
ears,"nml Stephen Rastorgujeff, n Cos
sack. Tho Cossack Balls at daybreak
tomorrow for his nathe land.
The expedition from which the party
Is returning was undertaken nt the in
stance of Alfred J Pearson, owner ol
tho London Express, who wished to
"liemwse of the famine tho reindeer
were thin nnd haidly able to trael.l
but they wire far supcrloi In bodily
condition to the dogs, which we pro
cured later. We lraeled by post sta
tions located at Internals, nnd usuall)
long Intel saU along the road. h
have tho trip mndo by land from lxrls I passed penal colonies nnd llttlo ll
to New York, a feat which had not be- lages of deKlltutc natucs whose tondi
torn been accomplished. Mr. de Wlndt, tlon was Indeed pitiable. I onio
asserts that tho ocrland Journey was. thought the tie.itment of the Siberian
much more hazardous nnd dlfflcult thnn ' b tho Hussinn Oovcrnmcnt was not
he had expected, and that he would de-1 seere, hut now that I havs seen, 1
cllno to mnlto tho trip again. I change my opinion. Along the shorn
De Wlndt left the Transslberlan of the Arctic wo ate fro7in fish nnd
Hallway at Irkutsk. From there a'wnlius meat. Our Joj was great nl
course almost dlrettly north was fol-j getting a little Hour and mol tsses near
RELATION OF TEETH TO
IChleatto Ilecord-Ilerahl 1
In the matter of recognizing the
iloc relation between sound teeth anil
good health we hie made great prog
resH since the da)H when a little nchlng
In ti chllils molar was the slgunl for
"jnuklng out the offending tooth
Perhaps no grhnanro that Is now
treasured up against pueiitnl neglect
Is so keen ns the tine that Is therlnhed
b the person who has grown to man
hood's cut ale to II ml himself sllort
thiei! oi four molars in hletispcds
peihaps cen a front Incisor which Is
a dlsriguienient for life
Hut we nro still fin behind the coim-
trlis of Kutopc In utogulzlng the
clove relation between bid teeth nnd
dlsense. according to the opinion of
Dr Truman W llropli), who wns one
of the two delegates who represented
the I nltid States nt the recent Interna
tional Dental Federation In London
Dr llropli j wns especlall) Impressed
with the menus obscned by Kuropean
goxi innients and municipalities to pro
mote public knowledge of hjgleno and
to make tho people understand the ne
cessity of cleanliness. In nnglnnd ho
whs partlculnVly struck with the at
tention being paid to the cnie of tho
In this counlrj wo have not athanc
ed to the point where health author!
tics are permitted to concern them-
ehes about the condition of the pub
Hi. h molars i:er) man regards his
teeth nB his own particular anil ex-
jtlusUo property nnd he resenes the
right to allow them to dcca and
breed disease without outside Inter
ference. .Moreover, our schools, which
teach h)glenc and ploslology, are git
lug children no Instruction In tho caro
of the teeth.
As a matter of fart the mouth, as
Dr llrophy mijs. Is "the estlhule of
tho body, and hence may easily become
the bleeding plncc of disease through
neglected or decajed teeth In i:n
glaml a hill has been Introduced In tho
House of Commons asking for an ap
propriation for the care of those chil
dren whose pirents neglect to tcn;li
them the Importance of cleansing tho
mouth nnd preventing tho decn) of
"Tho Experts" nro modern high
e.lass, low pi Ice dentists. See their at)
on page 8.
li U Bff "5b Wavi fJLM't yifii1 Jvl
SWiHHKtIL j, .'in..'' . ciBBk
ji . '! 1 BATH'S PLUMBIHQ ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
This uptodato plumbing shop Is tho result of a very rapldl) Increasing
business nud v an made neiessnry on account ot the cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Illchiirds street. To make a display of t'10 largo and
lino stock of sanltury plumbing materials the new shop wns opened.
A full lino of tho world famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which nro pro
vided with either high or low tanks nnd nro as near
ntilstdess In their opcrntlon as closets can bo made. They nro constructed
.in the sjplicm principle, which mnl'cs n strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl Theso closets arc. scld under a written guarantee, and srs
also guaranteed against leakage, no chargo being mado for repairs.
People today are paving much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one of the requisites In every modern residence 'the BATH
SHOP Is the leader In sanitary plumbing nnd jonrs of experience nnd a
largo fnrco of capable workmen enables Mr. Dath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In tho Islands.
A line of rolled rim enameled nath Tubs nro on hand, as well as open
hvatorles. Theso nro highly Sanltar: floods, and (he connections are nick
el, making them artistic In appearance.
One of tho latest Improved Wash Trns may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods nro all connected with the city vvntcr mains and may be son
In full operation nt tho store. Tho public are Invited to call and make In
spection of theso goods.
Mr. Dath will call nnd glvo He'jtcs on work nt any time. Ho also gtret
nil work Intrusted to him his perse aa supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
lowed to tho borders of the Arctic
ocean. Tho tiall was along tho Lena
river, which is one of the great rlveri
of Asia. On the Lena a gieat find of
gold has been made, but nono but Rus
sians ale permitted to mine it. Much
of this pirt of the trip was made behind
lelndecr. Neat .the mouth of the rlve
dogs were procured, nnd tlley hauled
the end ot our Journey. The told was
terrific. The VUcount's feet wero fioz
en "I should sa that the icllway pro
Jert Is feasible, though no rallwn) will
follow the loute wo took. It would go
seveial bundled miles to the southward
and through a rich mlntml tountrj.
Privately I received tho liifoimatlon
the four men the remainder of the way j that thn Husslnns nro Mine) lug such
to Cano East. n line, hut I am not at liberty to say
Tho country traversed was covered' oxactl what course It will take. The
to a depth of several feet, with snow-,1 only illlllculty which Is in the wnj Is In
the road was untravelcd. rough and i transferring nt llthrlug straits. The
dangerous. Tho membeis of the ex- Kreat distance makes a tumid Imprac
pedltlon were treated with kindness, tlcablc, and the miles of Ice lines, con
but In many places tho natives wero1 stantl) moving render navigation al
suffering from famine nnd disease ami mont Impossible Howcvei. this prob
could do little If an) thing for their lem may bo Bolted mid then the pro
visitors. M.inj prosperous cities exist it will bo assailable, nnd undoubted
on tho map, ulong the routo which tho, 1 "uch n loud will ba built "
.j. .;. .j, ff ec f .;. .;. .;. .j. .;. .. ef ! ! '.'
Icev Peter C. Yoik.i of Sun Fran
cisco, who Is conild-Mt I -juo of the
best known (Jaellc sjiulnis In Ameilcn,
Bald the other day th it thef wi ro 500,
000 people In this lounirv who v.cre
able to speak Gaelic, mil that there
were as man) more win were sttid)lng
TTtv Vt'A W ""3 T 1f7
ONLY A FBW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Itemember, this record
breaking sale will only last for a few dajs longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O Box nj Tat. il
THE OLDEST CHi. V-Sfc FIRM IN HONOLULU,
Otiiiri to Tic 9 tks tol Orm LIbmi
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
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White Ribbon Utmriy tvll) cure or dtktroy th
liseewl iptHftlt f rf ale ihollc ulmuUnt wthr
tlie rIirnt ' cntirnJ Inebrlit a tlppkr
social drinker or JruntcarJ Itpohici tr anv r
to tute an a r petite for akohollc llqo alter uing
wniti KiMNin Kcn-jy
IMlOlfSIO IIV MEHUER OF W C T lr
Mrs A M TownvenJ Secretary of flte Women
rhrli-tlan Temperance Lnl m wrltt luvttt4
White Hit-bun Kvmeiy on vety obstinate JrunkarJi
an j 'he ur th4vetevti many In many tate the
It meJv at ehvn wi ret y I kheerfullv recommrnJ
an4lniorw hlte UifcKn Re me J y Member ot our
Union are Jlljht4 to fin J a practical an J economical
I eatrrrnt o iuut in our temperance worn
Drugfiitts evrrjvthfre or by mall Ji per bov
Tril r kl? 'ree by wriilnt or calllne n Mrs I
( MOOR); Crt sup PrcuW CfU Ventara
( 1 SotJ in Htnjlulu by Hulllfctvr Dru Co , Lti ,
Do You Understand
About Enclosed Arc Lamps ?
Tho history of tho nrc lamp has been n story of lm
procment nnd wo now hne tho highest state of perfec
tion In tho
, ADAMS-BAGNALL LAMP
Many ot theso lamps nro giving satisfaction and saWng
money In Honolulu buslntss houses, and no want them to
do tho samo for 5011.
Telcphono for us to call, or write for circular which
gltos full description.
Especially adapted for Plantations.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA - - TEL. MAIN 390
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niutlier umI lo iiuVc ocit It
fame iiurtlj to inHlien KcUition
i f (Hire tan) if intiLjrc luproe
lit! sutcirtrnl unler a trill 1 1 our
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,, Ltd.,
Telephone Main 43.
The Pride of the Home
THE T!IR0NEn00MN BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
i v mi tin. u tint functions following the coronitlon of Kduard
u v i in -i 1 1 : ' i :t are to tule ptneo. I'or soeiul mouths un tinny
i.i "en iiiiki In Hint mice glooui old pile, lliicl.lughntu palace,
i ,imiim in tji. ii li lis mull so rcum uted itutl refurbished tbut
hi ml Ii mil) I,iiuu it.
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makes ot tho samo price It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to 8ew W.l'
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