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0 YOU PLAY TENNIS
We want ou to order n doz
Manilla Anchor Lager
It Is new In Honolulu hut famous throughout tbo Bast.
Pure, pale and delicious In flavor A taste will convince )ou
that It Is the beer ou want to drm... and the best In the market.
Made at Dobus Kerr), New Yorl .
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and Merchant
A DOWN TO
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,
The Maul Art or Self Detente will be ilemonftrat.il li Honolulu s lies'
exponents of boxing.
The Main Kveut of the evening w " b- a Ten Hound (Hove Contest Mar
(Jtlls of Que, nnbur Utiles bctw.en
There will be Bevernl prellmiLaries, among them being
A FOUR-ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for tho Middleweight Championship of Hawaii.
ALSO A FOUR.ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for the Lightweight Championship of Hawaii.
PRICES AS follows:
Stage Seats limited to 50 12.50
Box Seats . 2 00
Dress Circle 100
If so. you may be needing new
Racquet or a supply ol Tennis Balls,
or perhaps you ought to have a new
Net (or 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
n of our
SUIT GASES, Etc
ALL WORK THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED
I- VV U Ml- V V
PRICES as LOW as the LOWEST IN THE CITY
WORK A3 GOOD AS THE BEST
Sealed Tender will be reeelud b)
lie Superintendent ot Public Weirks
till U m of Mondn, the Stli nf Sep
tcmber ll'(2 for ceinstructlnc oe
load Into Walplo Valle)
Plans and specification on file In of
Hi es of Superintendent of I'ublle
Work Honolulu , Hamnkua Road
Hoard and E K Rlcbard Agent Pill)
Hi Works llllo
JA.MKS II BOYD
Superintendent of Publli Works
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturda) September 13th 19u2
at 1.' u clock noon at the front entrance
of the Judiciary building, will be sold
at Public Auction, the following iem
nants of Government land, situate I'l
the town of I.nlialiia. Island of Mini:
Area. L'pstt Price
Lot 1 . . 00 acred . t 30.n0
Lot 2 ti" aeris .. 30.00
Lot 3 23 acres . . 30.00
Lot 4 T2 acres . . 30 00
Lot J .. .. 1.42 acres . . 0O.no
Lot ti 50 acres . . . 30.00
Lot 7 2.23 acres . . . I'O.OO
Lot S CO acres ... 30 00
Lot 9 29 00 acres .. STO.OO
Terms Cash, pa) able In u. S. Gold
Tor plan and further particulars, ap
ply at the Public LandH Office, Hono
lulu. KDWARD S. 1IOYI),
Commlsrloner of Public Lands.
Public tjii.ds Office, August lltli.
1002. 2221 ?l
PeinMHaster's Notice of Estrays
Notice la hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
MaMkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
! tmlpfifl fhft nnnml fpen nml tlnT.niria
aro sooner satisfied will be sold at
tho data hereafter named according to
Augusts, 1!02 Grn) row branded dla
mond II on right hind Itg. Indis
tinct brand ou lift hind lit I lot ti
arti tilt. White under bill.
The nbovn strayed animals will be
cold on Saturday, Auk 2.1 KU 12 noun
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNR.
2220 3t Poundniaster.
The Gov eminent propose to dispose
of half n iloti n lots of five or sl bun
dr. d acres iriIi hituated at I.ualualel.
Walanae Oahu anil running from tho
main ridge niakal to the line of cane
land leased to Walanae plantation, by
special time pajmeiil ngnements of
sale riiilrlng londltlons of residence
or I m pro vi m nt or both.
In ordtr to be Informed of the e'e
mand for Eiich lands under tho said
conditions I should like to receive
tommunkatlons from those Interested
ni losing anj questions the) may wish
to ntsk ou tliH subject.
The lands referred to Include ps-
ture and arable lands, and are partial-
1 itivi red with algaruba forest.
Plans can be seen at tho Public
Lauds Office, Honolulu.
(Signed) E. S. DO YD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
THK UNDERSIGNED having been
dill) apKlnted administrator of the i s-
tato of J. K. Kaunamano late of Ho
nolulu, island of Oahu Territory of
Hawaii, de-ceased. Int. state NOTICE
IS HKltKRY GIVEN to all persons to
present their claims against the iHtnt"
of thi' snld J. K. Kaunamano decease),
Intestate, dul autln ntliati ! wheth
ip fceeiui'd b mortgage or otherwise
to the undersigned at his office Ma
.nun block eornir of .Meuhant and
Alakca. stn-ets Honolulu afoies'il I
within six months irom the ilatn he.
of or they will In- roreer Imritd nd
all persons Indebtnl to the said estate
are hereby reiuieste.1 to make Imme
dlato pajment thereof to tho under
signed. J. LIGHTKOOT.
Administrator of the Estate of J. K
Kaunamano. Deceased, Intestate'
Dated Honolulu, August 11th, A I)
1S02. 2222 Aug 12, 19 (J
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The following Is the Hut nf nrTietu
of the Illtumlnous nock Paing Com
pany. Limited, of the Hawaiian Islands
e letted Jul 28th, 1&02:
J. J. Belser President
J.R.Parker. .. Vice President
E.J. Lord Secretary
F. E. Richardson. . Treasurer
A. V. Gear Auditor
The- ubove named gentlemen t )
gether with Pred. Harrison nnd G'o
Ward .constitute the Hoard of Direct
ors J J Ilelscr will act as Gcneril
Neither tho captain nor the agents
of the American ship 1. V Chapman
will be responsible for debts contract
ed by the crew of said vessel while In
this port. C. S. KENDALL,
Honolulu, August 9, 1902.
Illchard Harding DaWs will himself
be the hero of his forthcoming store of
n South American revolution. He will.
however, appear In the book under
1 to 6 40
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I '.' 5
Pull moon on the IStli, 7:33 p. m
Tides from the United SUtes Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hie tides at Kahului and llllo occur
about nn hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is lOh 30m
slower than (Iretnwlch time, belnt
that ot tho meridian of 157.30. Tho
t Ime w hlstlc blow i at 1 30 p. m , which
ii tho same as Grecnwli.li 0b 0m.
Weather Iluteau. Punahuti. Auguit
12. Tenieprature Morning minimum,
""; Mldda) maximum. M.
Ilaromilrr at ? u. in 30.01 .Steady.
Italtifall 0 01.
D" Point TOP.
Hunildlt) ul 3 a. m. 73 per tent.
Diamond Iliad Signal Station, Aug.
12. W.atb.r (loud); wind fresh NIC
Sohr. Lady, from Koobm ports, off
Diamond Head, at 2 I m.
M'JEld, Aug. 11.
Ktrri." Tnm, Naojult, for .Molokal
Str. Ki'uulioii, Tulleit, for Kapaa
Anuhola, Kllauia, kjllhlual and Hnna-
Str Noiuu for Maalae, with sport
Sehr .Malolo for llaiinlel and Kallhl
w..l. Tueda. August 12.
Sttnr Claudlne Parker, for llllo
nnd ii) pints at 1.' m
Stnir. lohn Cummins. Searle, for
Kiioluu purls at . a tu.
Str Maul. Ilmuett for .Maul ports,
at ,'. p m
Sir. Wnlnlenle Pllt for Knual ports,
nt " p tn.
Sir W G Hall, riioinpioii, tor Ahu
K i ul. Ilonuiujulu, Nanlllwlll nnd Ko
liu at " m
Str Mlhau Pednmn. feir Lahalni,
Kaanapall, Houokaa, Kukuthaele, Ho
nuapo and Punaluu, at i p. m.
(las fcfhr. Eclipse. Townsend, for
.Molokal Maul and Kona ports, at a
I'oi llllo ami wa ports, per strar.
( Undine VugiiKt 12. Peir IIIIci P.
Peek P Ollrlen, M. G Diaum and
v Ifi E E Pnxton. A. J. Campbell, 'M.
P ItiibliiH.ii, J. T. Molr, II. J. StIe, K.
C. Kubo, Itobt. Andiews. P. L.Wald-
ion, nt. Chartes, Mltg M. Kclaer,
Mrs J. Paushino and daughter, Henry
Porte i Pup Volcano Dr. J. E. Jcnnl
son and wife, Dr. W. G. Lenti and
wife Pur Lahalon L. llarldiaiis'M),
D. Kulaiinkalaiil and son, C. V. Sturl?
nnt Itolu Will ox. T W. llcekl.iy,
Itt A. II We , mouth Tor Maalaca
-Hi v W Milt, Choi k See Por Mahu-
kona Itobt Hind, .Miss Itose, MU.i
Dampman .Miss L KlpI nnd maid .Mrs.
Kahoe, Geo 13. Smithies, wire and ser
vant Aug Preila Por Lnupahoi lio
Por Molokal poits per str. Lehun.
Aug 11 MIks, It Shaw, Ed Stllco.
BOOKED TO DEPART.
Por San Pranilseo, per S. S. Alunic
da, Aug 13 Mr and .Mrs lliown, Jllss
L. Wllhelm. Mrs. Sevdam, .Master
Wight, Master Gunn. Misses Wight.
Mr nnd Mis. John W. Howler. W .L
e'.raham Edgar Ilisliop, Miss Emily
Ilrown. Miss C. C, Illshnp, Mrs. Jluc
tarlane. Miss Macfarlanc. Mrs. J. T.
Cordler, Miss Kenton, Admiral .1. I".
Merrj. II Silmltz, H. W. Ualdwln. H.
W. Hjers E. E. Hartmaii, S. M. Pal
mer. Prof A. Marque. II. Hllej, Mrs.
Knonliou Dr. nnd Mrs. Howard, Mrs.
E II MiClaiiahan and daughter, Chas.
L. abodes, M Hall, L. L. Grcenwell.
It It. Hind. A. A. lliown. E. Kruse.
P J Turk, O, E Welle r. Dr. O. 13 Co
fei wife and child, M. I). Henilileks,
C J Jennings. A II P. Henton. Misses
Ite.Miolds J. c Cohen nnd wife. Mrs
Robert Wallace anil child, Mrs Ite-
nobis amf daiiglitei, Mis E. J Scolt
nnd son, Miss G Dowsett. Miss f. V
Mnkee Miss M Cialg, Miss G Spiedei
C J Htitiir.ns, Miss Mary Tails, Miss
.Newmnn Mls L C. O'Connell, J C
For Maul porta, per stmi. Maul, A'l
gust 12 For Kahului Mrs. C. Yuk
nam and child, Solomon Kaluul, Mis
l Kalahul, Alfied Seubury, Cupt. a.
W Murray, W. E. Heckwith, C. Kaiser.
Jas T Taylor. .1. Kutz. W. C. Croo',
C. H Llndholm, Mrs. G. W. Murray,
.Miss J. ioung, Miss Perry, Miss M. C.
Alexander. Miss A II. Alexander, H-v.
Iinumura, Chas Copp, O. Toepel-
mann, G E Murray Por liana Mis
Kalwluea Mrs M V Mowbray ami
son, Mrs F F Sullivan.
A German has Invented n teleseemln
ladder Hint Is wotked bv compic&scd
air It his been tried with success it
Is nttncheml to n heavy tnuk that cur
ries an air tank, and mu be extended
to .1 height of elghtv-lhu feet, and dl
iceted at mil window 01 othei luit of
u building that It Is desiieil to reudi A
III cm 111 lashed to the end of the kul
di 1 goes up with It, and pcrt-ons iliac
aio leseuiil need not ilesieml b ihw
I runt's us the luldei may be upteilll)
loweied with them on It.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
It Is to your advantage tint our stock Is twice too big for our
store for broken lots nre crowded out by new goods arriving It Is
also a basic principle of our dullness that no accumulations are toler
ated or odds anil ends permitted So we gather together all such lots
nnd closing our eves to the cost of the goods, put on prices that will
speedily clear them out
NOTE THESE SAMPLE BARGAINS
Ladies' Silk Ribbed Vests, worth $1.00 25c each
LaJles' Swiss Ribbed Vests, silk trimmed and silk tape .. 10c each
Ladies One Dollar Neckwear 10c each
Men's 75e Neckwear . 10c each
Men's Washable Four-ln-Hands 5c each
Corsets, some of them were $2 25e each
A lot of Fancy Dress Trimmings 10c yard
Belt Buckles, 25c and 50c klndi. 1 10c each
Man's Leather Suspenders 5c pair
Fancy Hair Pins . 1c each
Gold Plated Collar Buttons. 2 for 5c ....
A Book of Belt Pins 5c
Shirt Waist Studs 5c dozen
Boys' Shirts .. . 25c each
And a thousand other good things. SALE ENDS AT CLOSING
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
The following letters, In answer to
advertisements, remain uncalled for
at thli office: "Porter," "Mr. Duncan,"
"K ," "Eng" (4); "A. C," "J.." "A. G.,'
"M. H." "M. B.," "C. L.." "Du Ring
Bros," "B. U.," "M." (3).
FOR RENT One 4 room cottage a.
Walklkl within 2 minutes walk from
car line, between Hopkins' and tllsi.
op'a switch. Apply to L. F Sterne
manu Port St. opp Club Stables.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Firat Judicial Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers In Pro
bate. In the Matter of the Estate
F. S Keiki, Deceased
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned executor of the Estate ot
said F S Kelkl. deceased, in accord
ance with an order duly made and glv
en on the 11th day of August 1902. by
tho Hon George D. Gear, Second
Judge ot the above named Court. wlllv
011 Wednesday, the 2ith da of August.
1902, at the hour of 12 o'clock noo.i,
In front of the Judiciary building in
Honolulu, offer for sale to the highest
bidder, the undivided one half Interest
In the following described propeity
situate at Waikiki, Honolulu, Island u'
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
That certain lot, piece 01 parcel of
land known as Apana 1 of Roval Pat
ent No 712, L. C. A 1513, the same be
ing the remainder after the transfer
and Bale to H. M. Damon by Wailehui
by deed under date of October 16th,
1884, recorded in the office of the lie?
Istrar of Convevances, at Honolulu In
liber 9i, page 211. with the addition
howovor, of those certain premises li-
seribed In that certain deed from S
M and H M Damon to Wallehua dat
e-d October 22d, 1881 and lecoided 'u
tho office or tho Registrar of Convev
anees, at Honolulu In llbci 88 at
This Is an ndmlrabl) situated piece
of beach property, having a frontage
on tho sea of 113.4 and an liregula
depth of 230 feet, more 01 less, and
ljlng between tho premises of S M
Damon and Robert Leweis This land
Is desirable In ever) respect for a res
Ideiieo site For further paitlculars
and an accurate description of tno
abovo by metes and bounds applj to
the undersigned, at his office In tun
Magoon building, Honolulu.
Terms Ten per cent cash deposit
upon sale, deed ut expeuse of purclm
'' J AL1 11ED MAGOON,
Exeeutor of tho Estate ot 1" S K!M
Dee eased 22JJ Aug 12 .1.
llaltlmoro newspaper men !m Jus.
bein tieiteil to tho sight of a roimitci
who 'covend" his usslrfiiments In 1
1 .ullage and had a footman to follow
in Into tho houses whlthei he was
suit He was Piank Rronji Ji hon ul
runner Governor lliown of M inland
nnd took up tho work rather thin gu
nbioad, but after two weeks of It te
1 anted nnd Ic now about to sail for
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this line mineral water bottled In
this city at the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar will be made
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people are 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 are graduate
dentists of the best-recognized schools
In the U. S. or the world.
, Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tbo 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.
We can sive you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cosl by a
Full Plate of Teeth J5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Filling foo
Silver Filling 50
Alt our instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 a. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
We are now paying especial atten
tion 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.
We have the finest display of the
batter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
One CHOCOLATES and BON BON3
erer put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'8 CHOCOLA'i ES and BON BON3
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
has moved to It's
28 QUEEN STREET,
Oiioltc the Boat Landing nnd
C. Urevver tt Co.
BOCRS NOT VANQUISHED.
Clipe Town Jllll 27 In n rorn.
speech at Pail I Cape Colon) Gejiul
Botha bald thut nil 01 South Afrie.i
was uiiilei one Unit but Hint elm iim ,
lind not been vanquished Daikness
was 111 Hum ot tlinm. llf nnl.l I, ,if
lalth nnd hope would guide them
through It South Africa was the'r
Intlieiland. their blitluliiht ami tbr.'i
65 Queen St.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Dcretanla street, adjoin
Ins residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; IS
feet on Ileretanla Btreet, 171 tear
deep; price $9000; one halt casH. bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Ktnau Bi
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucaa.
f roperty has a frontago on Klnau St.
tt 115 feet and a depth .of. T12 feeL
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining rpom, KttcBen, Oath,
la 1 go Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-bait cash; balanco on
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Trontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Pries
$4000. One halt cash, balanco 03
n'ortgage at 7 1 2 per cent net. Haa
right ot way to Befetanla SL
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St