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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOMJLU, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1902.
0 YOU PLAY TENNIS
If so, 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 want 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
All members of the Scottish Thls'lo
('lull will meet In the club room toinop
row (Sunday) at 2 p. in., to attend tho
ftinoial of uur late Brother I. C, Geo.
1.. Dnll. T. M. IIAK,
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION,
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
And Fistic Carnival
Saturday Evening, Aug. 16th, .
Tho Manly Art of Self-Defense will be demonstrated by Honolulu's boat
exponents of boxing.
The Main Event of the etenlng will be a Ten-Round Glove Contest, Mar
quis of Qtieeusbury Utiles, between
There will be several preliminaries, among them being
A FOUR.ROUND CONTEST DETWEEN
for the Middleweight Championship of Hawaii.
ALSO A FOUR.ROUND CONTEST DETWEEN
for the Lightweight Championship of 1 Inn all.
PRICES A8 FOLLOWS:
Stage Seats limited to 50 $2.50
Box Seat 2.00
Dress Circle 1.00
TOUCHES THE SPOT
We want you to order a dozen of our
Manilla Anchor Lager
It is new In Honolulu but famous throughout tho Hast.
Pure, pale and delicious I n flavor. A tasto will convince you
that It Is tho beer you want to drink, and tho best In tho market.
Made at Dobbs Kerry, Now York.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and Merchant Sts.
There will be n sneclnl meeting of
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of 1'., to attend
the, funeral of our late I'. C. brother
GEORQE L. DALL,
at Harmony Hall, tomorrow, Sunday
afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock,
lly order i V. DUNNE,
WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODQE,
No. 3, K. of P.
There will be a regular convention
vt the above named I-oilgo Saturday
menlng, August 9, In Harmony Hall,
Work In the First and Second Rank
Members of Oahu No. 1 and Mystic
No. 2 and nil sojourning brothers are
Invited to attend.
II. S. GHBGOKY,
K. of It. & S
Stmr. Lehua, Naopala, from Molo-
knl ports, at 1:30 p, m.
(ler. up. Oertntd, Henke, 119 davs
from Hamburg, nt 11 n. m.
Am. bkt. S. O. Wilder, JackBon, 21
days front San Francisco.
Am. pp. I. F. Chapman, Kendnll, 110
days from New York, nt 10 a. m.
Stmr. Clntidluo, I'nrkcr, from litis
and way ports, nt noon.
Friday, August 8.
S. 8. 1'eru. Robinson, for the Orleri
Stmr. WalaleSTe, I'lltz, for Kauai
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
if. 8. Grlnbaum & Co.,)
Ltd., et al. ) In Bankruptcy,
H. Akona. )
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credit'
ors of II. Akoua, of Walmea, Island of
llnunll, respondent above named, that
upon Wednesday, the 20th day of Au
gust, A. 1). 1902, In the court room of
Mild Court. In the Judiciary building,
In Honolulu, at 10 o'clock n. in., a mo
tion will be made for the dismissal of
the proceeding)) herein, In accordance
with the petition filed August 5, l'."A
In the above entitled matter.
W. 11. MALINCl,
Dated Honolulu, August 9, 1902.
Neither the captain nor tho agents
of the American ship I. 7. Chapman
will be rwpontJblc for debts contract
ed by the crew of said vessel whllo In
this port. C. 8. KENDALL,
Honolulu, August 9. 1902.
Am. op. FreuT J. Wood, Meyer, mar
snll for China this afternoon.
Stmr. Nevadan, Wecdon, for Sat
Francisco, nt C p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au llou, for Kapaa, Ana
hola. Kllaea, Kallhl-wal and HanatoL
at 5 p. m.
Scbr. Malolo, for lUnalel and Kallhl-wal
From San Francisco, per S. S. Ala-
jmeria, August 8. 9. T. Alexander,
Mrs. L. M. Andrews, Q. II. llerrey, Miss
Dampman. It. Dot-ken, Mrs. Declten.
Jas. Finney, Mrs. Finney, A. C. Ochr,
K. II. (llffard, Miss E. J. Hamilton, A.
W. Ileen. Mrs. T. K. Jnmes, Dr. J. K.
Jennlson. Mrs. Jennlson, F. J. Jones,
tDr. 0. W. I.i-ntz. Mrs. I.entz, Rev, A.
Mackintosh, S. F. Megulre, Mrs. Me
Rtilre, Miss A. K. McConiiell, Miss Rob
erts, Mrs. M. C. Sackett, Mrs. Scarbor
ough, Miss I. Schnefer, Fred Scliroo
tier, C. W. Somuer, Miss Nettle Stlm-
t-on, 12. I. Stnitton, C. Wnldeyer, M.
Wnnd. Horast Weber, Lieut. S. W.
Wlddltleld, II. Wldemann, A. A. Jounj,
Mrs. Young, (I. J. Waller Jr., Nnhaole-lua,
The Government propose to dispose,
of half a dozen lots of Ave or six hun
dred arres each, situated at Lualunlcl,
Walanae. Oahu, and running from the
main ridge mnkal to the line of cane
land leased to Walanae plantation, by
special time payment agreements of
sale, requiring conditions of resldcnco
or Improvement or both.
In order to be Informed of the t'c
mand for ruch lands under tho said
conditions, 1 should like to receive
communications from those Interested
enclosing any uuestloiis they may wish
to ask on th subject.
The lands referred to Include pis
til re, and arable lands, mid are partial
ly covered with algai oba .forest.
I'lans can bo seen nt the Public
Lands Office, Honolulu.
(Signed) E. S. 1)0 YD,
Commlfcflo'ncr of Public- Lands.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below bavo been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Maklki, Kona, Uland of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
August C 1902 Gray cow, branded dla
moml II on right hind leg. Indis
tinct brand on left hind leg. Both
ears slit. White under belly.
Tho above strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday, Aug. 2.1, 19U2, 12 noon
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
L. H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. ASDAHR Manager
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1002
(lumiOlitrs C1oChivt C.n lar on Tout
Crtum if Tomato Consomme of Hark)
I'md Salmon In Mutter, I'oninu Natural
Bollnl Us Tiininie, 1'lckle Same
LliUltrn 1'atties, Xtru York St)lc
Lamb Cutlets, TomatoSaute
Qurrn fritters, AlmOtu! Sauce
YouriK Turke), Cratitirrry Sauce
I'tlme KIN of Beef, llrowu rotators
bliurdCuni Grmi Teat Asnaraeus
lAttucr and Shrimp, Ma)omiaise
CaLInu 1'uJJIiik, I lard ami Brandy Sauce
Vanilla he Cream
Airteil Cakes Clieese Cracker"
.Null and Kalkliis Coflee TeU Milk
fruits in Season.
Mi ttW&k up-T0
JSSfe SM'JM, DATE
ALL WORK THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED
PRICES as LOW as the LOWEST IN THE CITY
WORK. AS GOOD A3 THE BEST
i uiTua.it umur.
Prom Hllo and way ports, per str.
Claudlne, Aug. 9 C. L. Wight. Cnpt.
T. K. Clarke. A. A. llrown. n. Slaugh
ter, A. Ahrens, C. W. Ashford. W. O.
Smith, Mrs. Helen Wilder Craft, Mlsi
Copt-land. John T, Molr, P. Peck, John
Coiilbon. W.- W. Thayer, Hev. K. W.
Thttlng. L. K, Medclros, Cnpt. Harry
Knns. T. C. I)als. K. C. Klbo, Rev.
Lee Kim, Judge Q. K. Little, E. II.
Cunt. L. rtlllninn, Mrs. P. Wnkandcr
and ichlldren, J. Knustlno, wife and
daughter, J. W. Sprlngston, Aug.
Ahrens, rf.'Chllllngworth, W. K. Drake
C. H. Urown, I'almer Woods, Geo. H,
Ilrown, Itobt. Hind, O. C. lions, Mis
Hattte Coan, Mlrs G. Kenton, Miss Van
Deer Lin, Kenton Hind, Arthur Kenton,
Miss Lucy l-iinl, Mrs, J. II. Raymond,
child and maid, Mlis (1. Dowsett, Miss
V. G. Makee, S. N. I'almer, C. C. Per
kins, Kev. W. Ault, Ilev. 11. Manasa,
Miss J. Kapohakuklmohlna, F. E. Rich
ardson, A. Nlchol, Rev. J. Mathews,
Mapu A. Harris and wife, O. M. At
ood, A. Ilnneberg, Rev. A. R. Wey
mouth, II. T. Hayselden, wife und
child und 125 deck passengers.
All powers OT" attorney of any na
ture, by me heretofore at any time
made or executed are hereby rovolce.l
frqm the date oi publication of this no
tice. C. II. BISHOP.
San rrnuclsco. Cat- July 28. 1902.
For Want Column See Page Six
TO LET rront rifcm, suitable for two
gentlemen, with two beds and bath.
Mrs, Dlckerson, Gandalls la.- oft
Emma St. 2220-lw
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES'
White Petticoats assume particular Importance nowadays, as dain
ty foundations for pretty Summer gowns.
This week wo offer a Thousand of them at HALF toTWO-THIRDS
their Real Value.
You should see them. Feel the muslin Could you ask better?
Hold up the garment and glance at the design. Observe the trim
mings. Examine tho needlework, and then the PRICE. There are
White Cambric Petticoats,
one wide ruffle
White Cambric Petticoats,
with embroidery edge ...
White Muslin Petticoat,
6 rows hemstitching, 3tks.
White Muslin Petticoat,
2 rows hemstitching, 2
tucks, wide Torchqn lace
White Muslin Petticoat,
wide double flounce with
White Muslin Petticoat,
flounce, 3 tucks with cm
broidery Instn. and edge
White Muslin Petticoat, 3 rows
Torchorn insertion and
White Muslin Petticoat,
lawn flounce, hemstitch
ed and tucked wltn 4
Inch embroidery edge...
White petticoat, hemstitched
and tucked, and wide fleuri nn
de lis embroidery
White Lawn Petticoat, 3 rows
Normandy lace insertion
Also MANY OTHER8, Including a variety of fine, handsomely
trimmed garments up to SEVEN DOLLARS at corresponding reductions.
WHITNEY & MARSH. LTD.
65 Queen St.
BOTTLEO AT THE SPRINGS AT PUNA BY H. L. WILLIAMS & CO,
This water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District of Puna, Islan I
of Hawaii, where for years it has
been used by people living on
tho Islands as a cure for Kidney
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agents. Send all order) tn
Percfnl.' U.S Option
Solids 0.1880 110.92
Chtorlno 0.0SC0 E0.74
Lime O.O0S5 3.24
Magnesia . ...O.O0GG 3.89
Silica 0.0063 3.24
lated as salt 83.G
EDMUND C. SHOREV.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
One Case of SO Bottles
A rebate of One Dollar will be
made upon the return of ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 370
WILLIAM C. LYON
200-201 JUDD BUILDING
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New York Dental Parlors
The Painless Dental Specialists
EL1TB BLDG , OVER HART O CO.'H ICQ CREAM PARLORS.
Our original operator, DR. W. W. DANEL-, has returned after a bhvcii months' tour of the Orient,
and our operative department will bo brought up to tho former high standard and maintained there.
The material wo use Is tfio best money can buy, and the work Is fully guaranteed.
The New York Dental Parlors do more business than any other Institution of Its. kind In the world,
and our guarantee Is back of it.
Don't Confuse us with cheap dentists.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
Can. testify that they huvo had their teeth extracted at the New York Dental Parlors without pain.
You do not need to'suftor pain to have your dental work attended to by going to tho New York Dontut
Parlors. This has been a boon to many people and will be to many otheis who are fast finding It out.
Each department In chnrgo of a specialist, Our operators aro graduated dentists of the best recog
nized schools In tho United States, or the world. And have had tilOTy years of experience In their
Full Plate o! Teeth, - - - $5.00
Gold Crowns, - - - - 5,00
Bridge Work, per Toolh - - 5,00
Gold Fillings, - - - - 1,00
Silver Fillings, - - - - ,50
If monoy Is nn object to you, como and see us. Wo will tell you In advnnce exactly what your
Work will cost. No charge for examination.
All our Instruments aro thoroughly sterilized. ,'
Hours, 3 to C; Sundays, 9 to 12, . ' .
Ladles In nttcudanco. Room 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel street.
ON MONDAY, AUG, IIHl,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the premises, Dilllshcd Square, Ho
tel street, corner Miller street, l will
sell nt public auction tho entire Mer
chants' Fair Building, together with
tho corrugated Iron roof.
The sides aro 10 feet high and sur
faced on one side. Th'c flooring Is
tnngued and grooved and surfaced.
The Iron is brand now. Very few
nails aro in tho building, as it was put
up for the purpose of easy removal.
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
"FIRST I offer at Trlvate Salo.
promises on Dcrelanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esrj.; 11
fict on Deretanla street, 171 fee
deep; prlco 19000; one-halt c'a'sE, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property has a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feeL
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcBcn, Dath,
laige Carriage House. Price 14500.
Terms, one-balf cash; balance on
rt ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net The lot
has a right of way entrance to Bers
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
10C feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-halt cash, balance on
n'ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla, St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Q,TieH St
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