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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOMTLU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, AVQ. 13. 1902.
YOU PLAY TENNIS
K sot you may be needing a new
Racquet or a tupply of 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
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlcpower.
ThlR Is the best lamp an
the market. Manufactured
by The Standard Oas Lamp
Asphaltum. Glades C II.
ami natural In tots to suit
Herringbone Expanded Me
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
TOUCHES THE SPOT
We want you to ordci a ilnz n of our
Manilla Anchor Lager
It Is new In Honolulu i"it famous throughout the Hast.
Pure, lmle and delirious In llauir A taste will convince oit
that It Is the beer you want to drink, and the best In the market.
Made nt Dobbs Ferry New York.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cop. Nuuanu and Merchant StK.
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Will he received nt the office of the
Hoard of Honolulu Fire Commissioned s
until 12 o'clock noon of Wedneslnv,
September 17 l!"i2. for 1 G5-foot Aert il
Turn Table Hook and Ladder Trii' k,
complete with Standard equipment and
of first-class woikmanshlp and mate
ilnl. The Commissioners do not hind
themsehes to accept the lowest or any
bid. ANDHEW DHOWN.
Chairman Hoard of Klrc Commis
sioners. 2223 "It
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
till 12 in. of Monday, the Sth of Sep
tember, lfrfis, for constructing un.v
toad Into Walplo Valley.
Plans and specifications on file In of'
flees of Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu; llnmakua Hand
Hoard, and K. E. Itichards, Agent Pub
lic Works, Hllo.
JAMHS II. HOYl),
Superintendent of Public Works.
full moon on the 1Mb, 7:33 p, in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables,
The. tides nt Kahulul uud Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at 11
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOli 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tha
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. in., which
is the same as Greenwich. Oh Ora.
Weather Htirenu, Piinahou, August
13. Temperatuie Morning mln-liiuim
71; Midday maximum, '!).
llniometer at 0 a. m. 30.01. Falling.
Dew Point 71 F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. S2 per cent.
Diamond Html Signal Station, Aug.
J3. Weather clear: wind ficsh Nil
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
And Fistic Carnival
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday. September 13th, 19.2.
at 12 o'clock noon ut the front entranco
of the Judiciary building, will be fcold
at Public Auction, the following rem
nants of Government land, situate l'i
the town of l.nhalna, Inland of Maui:
Area. Upset Prlie.
Lot 1 CO acres ... J 30.00
Lot 2 7 acres . . . 30.00
Lot 3 23 acres . . . 30.00
I.ot i 72 acres . . . 30.no
Lot 5 1.42 acre ... CO.oo
Lot C 50 acres . . . 30.00
Lot 7 2.23 acres ... J'O.OO
Lot 8 SO acres . . . 30.00
Lot 9 29.00 acres ... 870.00
Terms Cash, payable In U. S. Gold
For plan and further particulars, ap
ply at tho Public Ijimls Office, Hono
lulu. EOWAUD S. UOYI).
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Public Lands Office, August lltli,
Saturday Evening, Aug, 16th,
The Manly Art of Self-Defense will be demonstrated by Honolulu's best
exponents of hoiking.
The Main Event of the evening will be a Ten-Hound llovc Contest, Mar
quis of Queensbury KuIcb, between
There will be 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.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
Stage Seats limited to 50 $2.50
Box Seats 2.00
Dress Circle 1,00
Tuesday, August 12.
Stmr. Kalulanl, .Dower, from Hawaii
Schr. Chns. L. Woodbury, Harris,
Stmr. Lelnta, Naopala, from Molokfl
Wednesday, August 13.
Stmr. Noeau, irom Maul ports, at
7:30 a. m.
Stmr. Knual. Hruhn, from Kaujl
polls, at i: 45 a. in.
Tuesday, Aug. 12.
Sir. Maul, IHndt. fonr Muul ports.
Sir. W. G. Hall. Thomson, for Knual
Str. Walnleale, Piltz, for Kauai ports.
Str. Xllhau, Pedersen, for Maul and
Gas. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for
Moloknl, Maul and Kona ports,
Schr. Kawallanl, Moses, for Koolan
Wednesday, August 13.
S. S. Alameda. Herrlman, for Sun
Finnclsco. nt 12:20 p. m.
Am. sp. Uangalore, Hlanchard, fur
New York, nt 1 p. m.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals discrlked below have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold ut
tho date hereafter named according to
August fl, 1902 Gray cow. branded din
mnud II 011 right hind leg. Indis
tinct brand on left bind leg. Both
enrs tilt. White under belly.
The above strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday.Ailg. 23, 1902, 12 noon
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
The Government propose to dispose
of half a dozen lots of Ave or six hun
dred acres each, situated at Lualualel.
Walanae. Oahu, and running from the
main ridge makal to tho line of cane
land leased to Walanae plantation, by
special time payment agreements of
sale, requiring conditions of residence
or Improvement or both.
In order to be Informed of the e'e
mand for such lands under tho eald
conditions, I should like to receive
communications from those Interested
enclosing nny questions they may wish
to ask on the subject.
The lands referred to Include pas
ture, and arable lands, and aie partial
ly coered with algaroba forest.
Plans can be seen nt the Public
Lauds Office, Honolulu.
(Signed) E. S.JJOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
A special agent was bent to Wash
ington by n New York life Insurance
company with .the hope of getting Sen
ator Clark to take out n policy. The
Montana mnn, whose Income fiom cop
per piopeitles aloiio Is nboftt $2,000,000
n month, listened to the agent's slien
song nnd leplled: " I don't need the
money, and, besides, I don't think your
company would accept me as a risk.'
Mr. Clark has been a distinct disap
pointment to Washington society,
which had expected that on his arrival
there he would, entertain In Monto
Crlsto fashion. Instead he has lived
very quietly, but gossip hns It that he
Is about to build a splendid mansion In
the capital and that In a social way he
will then make up for lost time.
M lms up-T0
ALL WORK THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED
PRICES as LOW as the LOWEST IN THE CITY
WORK AS GOOD A3 THE BEST
4 ARLINGTON BLOCK,
j HOTEL STREET,
! OPPOSITE UNION
Stmr. I.ehun, Naopala, for Moloknl
aud Maul ports, at S p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports.
110111 Maul ports, per stmr, Noeau,
August 13. H. P. Haldwln, A. T. Hall
win and wife, 35 excursionists and .1
From Knual ports, per stmr. Kauai,
August 13. Mr. Luias, J. Kassoth, C.
Day. M. J. McLane, Win. Piiaole, Mm.
Gonsalu's, Mrs. Madeira, Itev. Kofa,
C. flay C. E. Conant, J. K. Parley, C.
Nielsen Mrs. M. A. Itego, Miss Mvlol
ra, Mien K. Smith, Lum Hun, Wont;
Slug and M deck.
For San Fianclsco, per S. S. AH
tnedn, "iiigust 13. Mr. and Aln
Drown. JIIss L, Wllhelm, Mrs. Seydain,
Master Wight. Master Uuun, Mlssc'i
Wight. Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Howler.
W. M. (iiaham. Edgar Hlshop, MIsb
Imll Iliown. Miss C. C. Hiehop, Mrs.
Maclailane, Miss Macfarlanc, Mrs. J.
T. Cnrdlrr. Miss Henton, Admiral J.
F. Meirj. II. Schiiltz. II. W. Ualdwiu,
11. W. H.ers. E. E. Hartman, S. jT
Palmer, P.of. A. MarkueB, It. Hliey,
Mrs. Know Hon, Dr. aud Mrs. Howard,
Mrs, E. II. McClauahan nnd daiK.i
tei, Charles I.. Itliodus, M. Hull, 1..
L. Greenwell. M. Hall. L. L. Grecy
well. n. H .Hind. A. A. Brown, E4
Kruse. F. J. Turk, O. E. Wcller, M.
D. Hendricks, C. J. Jennings. A. H.
F Henton, Misses Reynolds, J, C. Co
ucn and wife, Mrs. Itobert Wallace and
cliild, Mrs. Reynolds nnd daughter,
Mrs. E. J. Scott and son, Miss U.
Dowsett, Miss T. V. Makco. Miss M.
Craig, Miss G. Speeder, C. J. Hutch-
Ins, Miss Mary Paris, Miss Newmiu,
Miss 1.. C. O'Connell, J. C. Gulnnano.
For Knual ports, per Sir. W. G. Hall,
Aug. 12 E. Copp, II, Kellnenand wife.
Agnes E. O'Coniicil, II. Weber, Chlng
Lcong. Segnha. P. J. Cross, Mrs. C. II.
Hlshop, It. N. Uoyd and wife, Jim
Morse, Mrs. A. L. Willing, E. Hunt, M.
Vai In. .
It Is to your advantage tuit our stock Is twice too big for our
store for broken lots are crowded out by now goods arriving. 'It Is
nluo a basic principle of our business that no accumulations are toler
ated, or odds and ends permttted.-So we gather together all such lots
and. closln? our eyes to the cost of the goods, put on prices that will
Dpuedlly clear them out.
NOTE THESE SAMPLE BARGAINS
Ladles' Silk Ribbed Vests, worth $1.00 25e each
Ladles' Swiss RlWd Vests, silk irlmmed and silk tape, ...10c each
Ladles' One Dollar Neckwear 10e each
Men's 7!c Neckwear . 10c each
Men's Washable Four-ln-Hand Se eh
Corsets, same of them were $2 25e each
A lot of Fancy Dress Trimmings 10c yard
Belt Buckles, 25c and 50c1 kinds 10c each
Men's Leather Suspenders '. 5e pair
Fancy Hair Pins 1" eh
Gold Plated Collar Buttons, 2 for 5c ....
A Book of Belt Pins 5e .
Shirt Waist Studs 5e dozen
Boys' Shirts 25c each
And a thousand other good things. SALE ENDS AT CLOSING
HOUR SATURDAY. ' ,
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
UrtO. r. 1
65 Queen St.
The steamer Kauai arrived from Ku
ual ports this morning with l,2o0 bagi
K. S. M. sugar, 200 head hheep, 2
horses, 2 pigs, 4 hides, 30 bags taro.
M bags bottles and 73 packages sun
dries. Piiiscr Frlel reports the follow
ing sugar left at Kauui.ports ready lor
shipment: V. K., 330; V, 250; M. A.
K 1.200; and G. & It., 9S0 bags. Thu
bark Edward May was at Makawoll
discharging freight. The schooner
Itobert Hind was nt Eloele discharg
ing coal. She has yet fifty tons on
board to be discharged, Tho steamor
Ke An Hon was on her way to Hnna
lei when tho Kauai left Nawlllwiil.
Fine weather on Kauai. Crossing thu
channel, stiong northeast winds with
Neither tho captain nor tho agents
01 tb, viueiicnu ship I. Y. Chapman
will bt icspunslblo for debts coutinct
ed li the tiew of hahl vessel whllo In
this poit. C. H. KENDALL,
Honolulu, August ), 11)02.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
From the Springs at Puna,
Arrangements have been made to
have this line mineral wnter bottled In
this city at the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A icbate of One Dollar will be rondo
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
Par Want Column See Page Six
The following letters, in answer to
advertisements, remain uncalled for
at this office: "Porter," "Mr. Duncan,"
"K.," "Eng" (4); "A. C," "J," "A. G.,'
"M. H." "M. B.," "C. L.." "Du Ring
Broa," "B. U.," "M." (3).
L03T A female fo terrier, two black
sputa on head; very short tall; brass
collar with tag. Answers to nniiKi
of Tinlle. Reward for return to Oe..
A. Martin, Uoston Ulds,. 2223-tw
REBECCA TO HAVE
(Continued from Page 1.)
tried by Jury before Judge Gear this
morulng. in each of which the court di
rected a verdict of not guilty. K. A.
Dnutbltt prosecuted and V. M. Uiooks
defended both cases.
Wing Sing was tried by tne follow
lug Jurors: D. Kuplhea, II. Melis, S.
W. Crook. W. W. Sn-lnton. W. M. Ahla,
A NlLholas, n. neuter. W. H. Stone,
W. R. Foiter. ,H. Meek. L. K. Sheldon,
O. S. Williams.
Jurors trying Nlshlmoto were the
following: S. W. Meh.er.la. W. W
Swlnton. W. II. Foster. It. Heuter. W.
II. Stone. O. S. Williams. 1.. K. Shel
don. H. Meek, S. W. Crook, H. Men.
V. M. Ahla. D. Kuplhea.
Tho engineering force of the gaso
line) schooner Ecllpso has undergone a
chuugu A. Walker taklrg tho place cf
chief engineer of the vessel, le
Nunes, who Is going to the Coast. Mr.
Kelly, formerly of the gasoline schoon
er Malolo. has taken the place of tec
ond engineer of the Eclipse.
The high cIbbs of work turned out at
the Now York Dental Pvarlors every
day counts nnd more people are realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department It chargo of a spe-
c lalist und our operators aro grnduato
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
In the U. B. or the world.
We 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 sivo you money on your den
tnl work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns . . 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fllllncj 50
Tho largest electrical transmission
plant la the United States, save that of
NUgarj. and capable of generating up
ward of 200,000 I1018C power. Is now
being projected In Northern Plumas
rounty, California, where the backers
of tho enterprise have purchased 13,000
acres of swamp and' pasturage lands
for the purpoe. The b.islns named 410
to be converted Into great storage les
ervolrs, ar.d by about (en miles of canal
nnd tunnel, plans are to convey water
to the canon of Mosquito cieek, where,
with a vertical fall of 1CO0 feet, it will
he dropped again Into the Feather. Tho
nig Meadows basin of 11.000 acies will
have the greatest capacity of any arti
ficial storage reservoir known, nnd will
Impound about CO per cent of tho ftesh
ct waters of the north fork of the
Feather emptying Into It. In addition
to developing the mining and lumber
Interests of this mountain region, as
well as other Industiiei along the route,
this power will be carried to San Fran
cisco, a distance of 175 miles.
All 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 p, m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
We are now paying especial atten
tlon to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the sue
cess that has attended our efforts to
I please, together with our reputation
, for serving tho best that the market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantee that
1 we will give you perfect satisfaction
1 We have the finest display of the
batter grade of BAKERY G'OODS' and
'fine CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
'ever put on exhibit here; we also car
!ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'S CHOCOLAi ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
The first Minister to the L tilted
Stales from the Republic of Cuba, Gon
zalo de Quesada, Is of an old 'evolu
tionary family of the Island, 'vhosj'
name has been prominent In eetv
effort made for the liberation of Culi.i
fiom flju'n.'by rebellion or nilbi'it"!1
expeditions alike. Mr. Quesadn mine
to tho I nlted States as agent of lh. Cu
ban republic In 1S&7, but wns ot
iourae unrecognized, as his audlt
lug goernment had no existence He
V still In the thlitles. and eniued mnr.y
frlemls In his pievlous sojouin in
lint moved to It's
28 QUEEN STREET,
Opposite the Uont Lnndini mid
' C-- Wnxjn f Cn
All poweis tTT attorney of nny no
tme by me heretofore at any time
made or evecuted are hereby invoke I
fiom the date 01 publication of this no
tice. C. H. BISHOP.
San Francisco. Cal.. July 2S. 1002.
Fins Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 1W
feet on Beretanla street, 171 fee
deep; price $9000; one-halt c'a'sTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
8ECOND Premises 259 KInau St,
r.t present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property haa a frontage on KInau 8t.
tf 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHen, Bath,
latgo Carriage House. Price 14500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net The lot
hns a right ot way entranco to Bere
THIRD Premises on KInau, St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on KInau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Pries
$4000. One-halt cash, balance on
mortgage, at 7 1-2 per cent net. Hu
right ot way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St
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