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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., THURSDAY, AUOUST 11, lJOt.
AUG. 21st, 8 O'CLOCK
ENTIRE STOCK AT A SACRIFICE !
Wo will shortly romove to our new building, corner
of FORT and BERETANIA 8T8 hence a
Sweeping Reduction of Everything. Never
before such breaking up of prices.
Entire tock must be sold.
VALUH8 NOT CON
WtMtmSiiSSKy 1 X-"THE BEST" I
wtm!iW-i 1 MILWAUKEE BEER I I
Wtmfi T?: C--MFPZi I! The BEER of society.
51&Sifei81lrSySPi5lC- Bottled at the Brewery.
ESfe0HallKSfsiPfflnl rlnffsnhlafiPP.r On.. Ltd.
HHK-jmVK!Py King Street, near Bethel.
long users of light
The following lift H unir- who burn light man hotiM
attest tht efficient ami pi tinnm of the
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
If It were not bccn'irr it t'.u m )' i llaiih anil eroti i i
leal til certnlnl would nut use It Think tin over
Brooklyn Saloon, Wilder Wharf. Imperial Cigar Store,
Union Grill, Pacific Club. .Elite lee Cream Parlort, Fathlon
Saloon, Columbia Saloon, Encore Saloon, Malle Saloon.
First National Saloon, Walklki Inn, Boston Saloon, Ho
bron Drug Co., Progress Saloon, San Antonio Society, Pan
theon Saloon, Hoffman Saloon and the Cosmopolitan Saloon
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR AlAKEA - TEL. MAIN 390
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Crabs
"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,
THE CORONATION COACH.
chit mm ww of aw.
To make a test of the question The IMward Scwali arrlvcil In port
whether the Bailiff Act Is an Independ-.at Philadelphia August 10 nfter a fast
cut appropriation law of Itself, Judge
Humphrey sent the following written
demand to the Auditor. It was denied
by that official, when an appeal was
taken to the Supreme Court by the
Honolulu, August 19, 1902.
Mr II. C. Austin. Auditor. Territory of
I am Informed that the sum of $."0I0,
which amount covers the salaries of
the various bailiffs of the several Cir
cuit Courts, has been paid mil of the
expenses o the Supremo and Circuit
courta. If my Information la correct
I respectfully submit and contend that
such payment out of said appropria
tion was without authority of law, anl
I now respectfully demand that said
sum of J30I0 be credited to the Judi
ciary Department, to that the auii
trip of 101 days from this port. Thi1
Sew-all Is commanded by Captain
Quick, who in several was l n very
remarkable man. The story of how he.
a hoy who never went to school, work
ed himself fiom a common sailor to the
post of master of one of the finest ves
sels of the American merchant marine,
is quite Interesting.
When he was quite a young boy
Quick signed as n tailor on a small
schooner running on the Atlantic
toast. The master of this vessel took
a kindly interest in the voting fellow
and taught him how- to read and write,
besides giving him the rudimentary In
struction In seamanship. Quick took
pains and was n tnpld learner and he
soon advanced so far that the (iiptnin
made him a second mate of the vessel.
Later on the captain made himjils 111 ft
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
New York. Aug. 13 A combination
a . . . ... . t l 1.i.llrt. a.I In Lit
I or express companies i ueii.-.i-ii i.
I practically an accomplished fact The
report Is current that n basis has al
ready been reached for un exchange of
securities of the several companies
The express business has been parti
cularly profitable of late years, a fact
In evidence In the high prices at which
tho various express company stocks
sell In the open market.
Wells, Kargo & Co. Issued a balance
sheet today, showing the profits of its
banking business during the fiscal
year. It has a capital slock Invested
In the banking business of J500.000.
During tho fiscal year lust ended tho
undivided profits showed an Increase
of a little over 13.000.000, or more than
100 per cent on the banking capital.
There Is also shown an Increase of al
most $300,000 In the value of bonds and
stocks owned by the banking depart
ment of the company.
The express business Is also ex
tremely profitable, and It Is said this
comnanv. as well as others, shows
profits from the express business of
from 23 to 10 per cent on the capital
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Tlieo, H. Davies & Co.,ltd. BKL.
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
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.
may become Immediately uvallable to main and finally recommended him to
meet the current expenses of the Su-. the firm for the captalnc.
preme und Circuit courts. 1 take the The first vacancy wns the berth as a
position that the bailiffs In question master of a small schooner, which was
are entitled to be compensated and In I" Ro to the West Indies. The owners
receive their rosnectlvo salaries from f "e vessel called Quick and asked
the Treasurer of the Territory, upon j"'ni If he thought he could navigate n
vour warrant, under Sec. 5 of Act 10 ' U'ssel to her destination. Quick made
of the liw of 190U1. which section l:1'10 characteristic leply that although
contend carries an appropriation. he had never been a navigator still
he thought that he could take the
schooner to her destination somehow
or other. On this reply, one of tha
owners was for looking for another
man but the other owner spoke in fa
vor of Quick and he was finally put In
charge of the schooner. He took her
to the West Indies and made u good
After tills, he was for some vonrs
master of schooners running In the
Atlantic hut his ambition was to he pt:(
In charge of a square, rigged vessel.
After several years of successful work
with schooners his desire was finally
gratified ami he was put in charge of
the Sewull In which vessel he has now
made a number of good vovages.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
Large stock of new goods ex. Alameda,
Take advantage of our low prices.
DRY GOODS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St,
P. O. Bos WJ. Tit, il
S7rI3MC3r 7$7"0 Z23E&J&JSS
THE OLDEST CHi. VSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O.iLu Ii Flit 9 Iki Otii. LIdmi. CblniM to4 Ji,uw Oo.lul All Hilt
ti-.i Nm.hu Hmt
A. S. HUMPIIIUIYS.
Justice Perry, the only member of
the Supreme Court at present In tha
Territory, called W. O, Smith and J.
T. De Holt to sit with him for thu
Manila, August 13. A small patty
of .Moron surprised an outpost of Com
pany O of the Twenty-seventh Infan
try at Camp Vicars yesterday Ser
geant James Foley and Private llei'ry
l Carey were killed and Private Van
Horn was severely wounded.
The Morns, who numbered only n
dozen were armed with s years nud
swords Tho morning was dark and
foggy. The attacking party crawioJ
to within a few feet of the sentinel
and then sprang upon them suddenly.
Then entire outpost rushed to tho to-
lief or tho sentinels, hut they were tii.i
late und the Moros escaped, although
possibly a few of them were wounded,
the American sentinels were terribly
cut by the swords and spears.
The attacking Moros weie all from
llacnloil, and the occurrenco probably
will result In n move against tho town,
which lias u strong fort and other de-
Constabulary Insnoctrif Win. Schei- tonics from Australia, wheie vessels
merhoin, whoso homo was In Seattle, seeking coal charters for Honolulu and
Wash., wus mortally wounded In a ro- San Kutnclsco huvo had to accept S
cent light vvlih ladrones at Illgan. Mm shillings per ton or carry ballast. At
danao, the cluso the best offer lit Newcastle
- ---. foi dial to Sun Francisco was 7 shll-
A work by H W. Theobold on the Hubs, lid The ill ought In Australia Is
I'losquIliK in the world, prepared to the piluilpal cause of this ilepiesslou
rid nieilliiil im ii in Identifying ihn lu icial fiolghts.
I.IiiiIh mispi'iti'il nl spreading disease,
cWt lilitx .'no sp'i li'h. 12ti hi'lng new. ('iiitnuseeil oil lorn oil and IIumccI
.Most m thein- M'i i' mo found In nnd nil. thi'ie Is gntul n-uson In bi'llov
niounil towns 01 me nests known 10 will inob.iblv have n ilwil at a not ills
ON WAKE ISLAND.
Knoxville, Tenn.. Aug. 12. In on
nectlon with the Associated Press dis
patch to tho effect that the I'nlted
States cruiser Adams had been order
ed to visit Woke Island immediately
In order to controvert the settlement
made upon It bj Japanese, a letter has
been received here fiom Nathan Ontn
mon, son of Alderman Cleorge A. Gam
mon, which gives an entlrelj different
status of affalis at Wake Island from
that which was rcpoited to the Navy
Department. Gammon Is now In Ma
nila, but on June "2 he was at Wako
Island. The relevean paragraph Is'
"Sunday. June Ti. S p. m.-W'o passed
Wake Island about 5.30 p. m It was
supposed to be uninhabited, so when
cw sighted n sailboat coming out to
meet us we were very much stirred up
at finding some half-starved cast
uways. The boat contained llvo Ja
panese. They stated they had been on
the Island thrco months Their ship
had been wrecked."
Gammon was a pasienger on the
tiunsport llnford when the letter was
written and his iufoimatloii wus first
The schooner Americana has Just
been chartered to load coal at Seattlo
for San Francisco at )1 50 per ton. tho
lo .vest rate ever accepted for (hat ser
vice. A few eais ago, during n pe
riod of great stagnation In coal freights
whuleback steamer accepted $1 75 per
ton for cnrrvlng a cargo of coal from
Puget Sound to San Francisco and now
twentj-flve cents per ton bus been en'
from that extremely low late Kveu
worse news than that for shlpowneis
Some choice kinds of cheese and other eatables at our delicacy
counter that will prove a great addition to the table. Try them
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufchattel, Sierra, Schloss
Kase and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onions, Spiced and 6weet Pickles, German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives all these in bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chloped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings, Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If von nre not getting good butter try our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It Is the HCST obtainable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45.
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this fine 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.
Philadelphia, Aug. 10 -The Public
Ledger and the Philadelphia Times will
announce tomorrow- that on and after
Tuesday. August 12. tho two newspa
pers will be consolidated and will here
after appear under the title of the
Public Ledger and the Philadelphia
Times. The retail price will bo 1 cent
dally und J cents Siindav Tho two im
pels are owned by Adolph S. OrhB. Tho
Philadelphia Times will cease a separ
ate publication after Monduy's Issue.
Tho editor In chief Is I. Clarke Davis
of the Public Ledger, with Dr. A C.
I.amlidln of the Philadelphia Times, as
his associate, (ieoige W. Ochs will be
general manager of the consolidated
The Press announces tomorrow
morning that the Dally Piess will he
tomoiiow, August 11. nnd hereafter,
sold foi I cent the Siindaj Issun re
maining at 5 cents as iu the past.
The Bulletin. 75 " per month.
Drays lor Freight
Our representative D(U all In com
ing steamors from the Coast, and ir.
jheck baggage on all outgoing iteMi
Wblte and Blick Sann For Sale
Office with Kvenlns liultetln, SU
King street Tel ES.
ft. LARSEH, HTr.
Iiiivi lli'io mid traitors
At the present ratio of progress w
ill) veins will i'lap-i' before Pompeii
Is entirely iiuiuvii.d it is thought
that as mill Ii ol tnaMiie remains itt
Ii.ih bei ii i xIiuiim d
taut il.u In cdllil, petioli'iiin oil As
a mallei of tint puiiilium lias Ii u
suci I'bhliill) itcMilptiin li il anil den hi
t'lulUed Ciituiii ot h i soIiiIh nud iu
t,lidli-iits have been ixtiiHlei! fiom 't,
nud th iiKidiiitliiu oi a lauh koimI ud
idle oil 1 1 . all) ml) i-Milt d
7' f .zzzrr-r ".
r h r Dr. MY. Aldcn El
When You Want a Rig
RING UP Till
C"13 Lrf b L3 -IB
LIVERY BOARDING and
I C I : : 618 FORT OTRKO
Btable '1'noue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and &.
C. H. UELLINA.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : I I
Delivered to any part ot
ctty by courteous drive.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co-
TELEPHONE BLUE S151.
HOFFHAN & nARKIIAil.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner
ETcrytnlng first-class. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigar alwayi
H, J, NOLTE,
The Highest Priced but the Veil Quality,
pensory Is guarantee
tn possess ';( all tht tur;':.': proper
ties of the expensive belts now sold bv
doctors and driiKR . It Rives a very
stmng current ol electricity anaiseany
regulated. Hund to supersede others. Can
be had from the iindcrslrned only, no
agents; no discount. Clrcul.ii free. Address
Pierce lllectrlc tn , 200 post at., dan
I I-"ni. -rn Srnt Iw to Hiw.ill far 66.00
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINEHY of every japar'ty and d
tcrlptlon made to order. Holler worl
tnl IlIVKTED PIPES for IrrlgaUoi
ourposes 4 specialty. Particular atteo
tlon paid to JOI1 WORK, and repair
t"uted at shortest notle.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
Ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Ret
tdence, Whlto 2SG1.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 8 to I
p, in.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 pan
P. O. Box 801.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Good:
Fort and Queen Sts
DECKER, rERNANDES & GO.
Real ctate Aaentt,
Wo also make a specialty of enlarging
Ortlco, tor. South and King Streets.
P. O. floi 321; 'Phone 2fi2 Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of-flee.