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Gloves from 35c to $6.00 each. Bats from 15c to $1.25
MaSltS (rOni 75C tO $4.00 A complete line In all Jtraden,
take your pick.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. NUUANU and MERCHANT STS. : : : : TEL. 308..
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the Now 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 It charge of a spe
cialist and our operators are graduate
dentists oi the beat-recognized schools
In the V. 8. or the world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the city; we bare
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 cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Filling 50
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.
FIFTH DISTRICT COMMITTEE.
A meeting of the Filth District Re
publican Committee Is hereby called
for 1 o'clock p. m. at Repuulican head
quarters, Friday, Augtibt 29, 1902, to
hear report of special committee ap
pointed to confer with tho Portuguese
Club and to transact such other bust
ness as may be brought before It.
W. C. ACH1, Chairman.
DAVID HOAI'll.I, Secretary.
A story of Abraham Lincoln would
have to be older than the ono below
to lose Its characteristic wivcr. In the
summer of 1857 Mr. Lincoln was sit
ting in his office when he was visited
by one of his neighbors, an excellent
farmer, but one Inclined to Increase
the size of his crops, even after har
vesting. He bad given, on this ,lirttc
ular morning, a skillfully padded ac
count of tho hay ho had put In.
"I've been cutting hay, too," re
marked Mr. Lincoln.
"Why, Abe, are you farming?"
"What you ralsef
"Good crop this year?"
"How many tons?"
"Well, I don't know Just how many
tons, Simpson, but my men stacked all
they could outdoors and then stored
the rest In the barn."
The Bulletin, 75 ena per month.
SAVE PAIN ! SAVE MONEY !
If you wont your tlcntnl work to filvc PERPUCT SATISPACTION nnd NOT TROUBLE
you afterward, TRV THE EXPERT DE1NTISTS
They are graduate.! and pHt jJriuluiitcH ot very many years experience In the Practice of
Dentistry. NO ONE can use better mntcrlul than they 1I0 iih It Is not to he linel (it any price. Por
jSood HONEST UP-TO-DATE DE8TI8Ti:Y, nnd as nenr painless as that Ulnil can be, try The
Expert Dentists In Arlington Block, 213 HOTEL HTItEET, off Union. No charge for examination
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED.
II you c nil not pay
top ii boll take one for
less, we luive them lit
nil prices clown to - -
Nothing else to eljual the health
building and tonic properties of tho
(Brewed at Dobbi Ferry, N. Y.)
It Is a pnle and absolutely pure
brew of tho finest llohemlan hops
and barl!')-malt Delightful and le-
freshing.,, Steadily gaining popular-
Older a dozen from
THE PING PONG LOVER.
It In not mine to serve with stately
The celluloid Into my lady's face:
To win no game with skill to me Is glr
1 will not piny nt all unless I'm driven,
it Is not mine
It Is not mine to send with easy grace
The light hall bounding
The white bull bounding In my ludv's
Not mine In endless rallies to lepel
The thousand urtlcss strokes she knows
Not mine my suit victoriously to press
(My nlet does tbls when 'tis In a
Not mine with futile
Not mine with frantic racquet to repel
The curly service
The cunning service that 1 know too
Hut mine to scramble In her train,
The search In darkened corners to
And lemonade to fetch with defer
And call the score oft 'Ioe" and look
The grateful liquid
The blameless liquid fetch with rever
ence. My plngful worship.
My pongful worship thus to evldtme.
It has been announced In Chicago
tbut there Is about to be placed on the
market a new fuel which can be sold
as cheap as bituminous und which
burns as readily and cleanly as the
hard coal. For ten years George M.
Dallas of Kentucky has been laboring
to eradicate the smoke nuisance, and
he says he has at last discovered a for
mula by which soft coal compounded
with chemicals and illuminating oil
can be manufactured that will burn
without Hmoke or smell. The formula
Is being kept secret for the present,
but there Is no lime, pitch or tar used
In the manufacture. The ashes of this
coal strongly lesemble ordinary sand,
and the tantalizing clinker Is also
overcome. It Is claimed that the coal,
whlih Is produced In the shape of a
cake similar to a bar of soap, can be
manufactured and placed on the mar
ket In competition with the cheupest
of soft coal.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At My Salesrooms cor. Alakea and
1 will sell the well equipped library
of Johnson Nlckeus (deceased), of III
lo, Hawaii, by order of Phillip Peck,
WILL E, FISHER,
HMN) tiUl !tK
NEW LAW HITS THE
STRIKES PARTICULARLY AT THE
TROPICAL ISLAND TRADE. '
FRANCE LIKELY TO GET
New York. Manufacturers and deal
ers In "process" or renovated butter
state that the new law which went
into effect last month Is likely to de
stroy an Important Industry In this
country and transfer the business to
France. The technical description of
renovated butter permits It to be melt
ed and refined. Acids or chemicals of
any kind must not be used In rwork-
Ing, Their use makes the article come
under the, classification of adulterated
butter. The manufacturers' tax on the'
former is one-fourth of one cent per
pound, on the latter 10 cents per
It Isn't the quarter of a Cent tax of
which rankers of process butter com
plain, but other provisions of the law
One requires that the goods must be
put up In packages bearing labels, de
scribing their character. Another sub
jects the original packages to all the
police regulations of any Stnto or Ter
ritory Into which they are carried. It
Is also provided that If the amount of
moisture exceeds 1C per cent then tho
butter shall be designated as adulter
ated. It Is claimed by the process butter
dealers of whom there are n number
In New York, that even the finest
grades of cre-tmery or dairy butter, be
fore It Is fit for shipment to Cuba, the
Philippines and other warm lands,
must be prepared to resist the action
of the elements; otherwise It would
become rancid. They say that the but
ter they make Is as good for shipment
to tropical countries as any that can
be made. Hut it would not be possi
ble, they say, to sell butter to any ad
vantage under the proposed regula
tions and restrictions. The people In
the tropics won't buy butter that has a
Up to this time the French manufac
turers, with their genius for transfor
mation, have been the most formidable
competitors of the Americans In this
trade. Now It Is feared the French
will have this lucrative field all to
Correspondence has been opened
with officer of the Treasury Depart
ment with reference to methods of pre
paring butter for market In such a
manner that it need not be designated
as cither "renovnted" or "adulterated,"
and the dealers In New York, New Jer;
sey and other States are waiting to
hear from Washington on this sub
ject COMPARISONS IN TAXATION.
That the Cincinnati public may fur
ther understand the Cleveland form of
government which Is being urged as a
model to the taxpayers of the State,
we present a few statistics. In 1898
the tax levy of Cleveland produced
H.900,000. The tax levy of Cleveland
for the ensuing year Is estimated to
raise J2.6C0.000. And even then It Is
estimated that this great sum will fall
8140,000 short of paying all of the city
In the six months from June to No
vember, Inclusive, in 1898, the total
amount of the Cleveland payrolls was
In the six months of 1901, from June
to November, Inclusive, the total
amount of the payrolls was $1,158,249.
62. In other words, the payrolls for six
months in 1901 were S320,282.90 in ex
cess of those for the corresponding six
months In 1898.
The payrolls under Johnson were at
the rate of J2.300.U00 a year In 1898
they were at the rate of $1,670,000.
Under the federal form of govern
ment the tax rate in Cleveland has
steadily advanced until It Is now upon
a 3 per cent basis; to be exact $30.35
on the $1000 valuation. Under the de
rided Cincinnati form of government
the tax rate In Cincinnati has decreus
ed and within another jear will be on
a 2 per cent basis.
These are fucts and figures that not
only the people of Cincinnati, but of
every municipality In the Stute should
consider. Neither vitriolic phrases nor
brilliant rbelorlc will satisfy the tax
pajer that a municipal government on
a 2 per cent taxation basis Is so fear
fully bad that one that requires a 3
per cent Luxation rate Is preferred In
stead. People unperplexed by fucts ore fond
of declaring that the Cincinnati plan
of government furnishes a loophole for
"looting" and extravagance; while the
Cleveland plan produces reform and
economy. The records of the tax levy
rail to demonstrate tbls. On the con
trary It Is the Cincinnati plan which
lessens the burden of the taxpayer.
Neither the captain nor the agents
of the American ship I. V. Chapman
will be responsible for debts contract,
cd by the crew of said vessel while In
this port. C. S. KENDALL,
Honolulu, August 9, 1902,
animNB in i kluqmu:
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It 8 04
J 04 8 j6
Last quarter of the moon on the
26th, 0:34 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Jlllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
tltno whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich. Oh Om.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Aug. 25,
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, 84.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.02 Rising.
Dew Point 66F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 64 per cent.
Diamond Mead Signal Station, Aug.
28. Weather cloudy; wind fresh E
Wednesday, Aug. 27,
U. S. A T Seward, Downing, from
Am. bkt. Irmgard, Schmidt, from
Am. Bchr. W. H. Marston, Curtis,
from San Francisco.
Am. sclir. Honolulu. Stokkcbye, from
Thursday, Aug. 28.
Str. Ke Au Hou, Tullctt, from Kauai
ports, at 8-13 a. m.
Wednesday, Aug. 27.
U. S. A. T Buford, McCrosky, for
C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, for Van
couver. Str. Lehua, Naopala, for Maul and
Str. Kaunl, Bruhn, for Eleelc, Hana
pepe, Mukawell, Walmea, Kekaha and
Nllhau; mall and passengers only for
Nawlllw-lll and Kotoa, at 5 o'clock.
Schr. C L. Woodbury, Harris, for
illlo direct, at 3 p. m,
Str. Tumplco, Ames, for Seattle, may
sail at 5 p. m.
Str. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for La
halna, Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports,
Str. John Cummins, Searle, for Koo-
tan ports, at 7 p. m.
From Kauat ports, per str. Ke Au
Hou, Aug. 28 Ah Sin, Master Sota
Lily Knla, Aumaona and 7 on deck.
From San Francisco, per schr. Mars-
ton, August 27. Miss Lawrence, Miss
The U. S. A. T. Seward, Captain
Downing, arrived In port from Seattle
esterday afternoon. She had an un
eventful passage of 11 days, experienc
ing fine weather all the way.
The Seward carries no passengers or
freight. She Is on her way to the
Philippines where she will be used In
the inter-Island service us a carrier of
cold storage goods. She has a cold
storage capacity of 400 tons. Tho
Seward wus formerly the dispatch boat
of General Handall In Alaskan waters.
She has been Bplendldly fitted out and
Is in beautiful trim. She called at this
port to take on board 250 tons of coal
which she will carry In bags on deck.
She will probably leuve this port Sat
urday, Captain Downing, the maBter of the
Seward, wus In Honolulu sixteen years
ago as first officer of the St. Paul. Ho
la much Impressed with the great
changes and Improvements which the
city has been subject to in that period.
The Globe Navigation Company's
steamer Tumplco did not tall for Seat
tle last night, us she had been expect
ed to do, owing to trouble with her
ballast tanks. These had been put In
when the steamer was at Seattle and
had not been tested until yesterday,
when the tanks were filled for the
voyage, it was discovered that they
bad not been properly caulked and
consequently were leaking. The tanks
are being repaired today and If the
work Is finished the steamer will leave
U Petrlc, the well known yardmas
ter of the O. n. & L. Co, will go In
the Tamplco to Seattle as purser. Mr.
Petrle has obtained a three months'
vacation, which he will spend on tho
Mainland, when he Intends to visit
Chicago, New York and many other
"Mr. Plerpont Morgan says this
country Ib good enough for him."
"But of course he reserves the right
to buy up England and homo of tho
rest uf those countilcs for his siibur
ba nresldences," Cleveland Plain
Tho Giande Chartreuse monks have
decided to leave France and settle In
Switzerland, where they will onUnuu
to manufacture their liqueurs. Tho
Swiss taxes on liquors, may increase
I bo price.
When t.bltney & Mama announce a sate the people expect BAR
GAINS. That's as It nhnulil be Every assertion mado In the adver
tising columns of tho nnwipiper Is welt backed up with the goods. A
lnte customer Is sometimes disappointed because the article sought
Is sold out. Tliat'n her fault. The various Items advertised are al
ways on the counteiH to bogla with. This week jou will have an ob
ject lesson showing whit a dime will do Only a hint of the offer
ings is given below
100 Pieces Washabkv Dress Goods, Values up to 25c 10c yard
75 Dozen Ladles' Whltn Jersey Ribbed Vests. Crochet and
Tape Trimmed 10c each
A Table Full of Tovvi-ls in iudlng Turkish Bath, Honeycomb
and Illicit . . . ." 10ceach
A Small Lot of Hemmed Pillow Cases 10c each
Good Quality Check Glnghair 2 lards for 10c
White and Colored Fintunr SUM. id Braids, 3 t-ttces f'r... i.V
Two Hundred Yard Spool Thread, 1 Spools for 10c
Three Packages Correspondence Envelopes for 10c
A Lot of Fancy Droochoi anl Lace Pins 10c
Fancy Hair Pins, Worth Cc and 10c Each, 10 for 10c
25 Dozen Dressing Combs Worth up to 25c 10c each
50 Pieces of Laces, Home of Them Were 50c; No 10c yard
20 Dozen Lace and Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Your
A Lot of Children'!! Fmr Black Hose . 10c pair
NEW - TO-DAY
For Account of
Whom It May
ON SATURDAY, AUG. 30,
9 O'CLOCK A.M.
On the premises known as the L'nlon
Feed Co. warehouse, Queen street be
tween Fort street and Alakea street,
Honolulu, I will sell at Public Auction
for account of whom it may concern,
the following goods, r.llj;litly damaged
by salt water on voyage of importa
tion from Breraerhnvv-n, Gertmnj. ex
bark "Gerda," F. V. Hlnije Mister:
2521-2620100 hdls. Gulv Corr Iron.
8-3 26 G ft 22700.
2671-2802132 bdls. do 7 li-et 29172.
2871-2982112 buis. do 8 If.'t 24192.
3021-3094 74 bdls., do 9 fnt 16946.
3171-3238 68 bdls, do 10 fi-t 1604S.
H. H. & Co.
251-310 60 bdls. Gulv Cor Iron S 3-
24 G, 6 feet 1-...-W.
351-505155 bdls.. do. 7 feot 37665.
551-647 97 bdls., do. 8 fi-t, 22213.
651-798 148 bdls.. do. 9 ft 35224.
851-930 89 bdls, do, 10 feet 20737.
1151-1195 45 cases (ialv. Ridging 6
leet each, 1,0 pieces.
II. H &Co.
26-305 casks sheet zinc M.) 9 36x84,
each 41 sbeetH, 2790
31-355 casks do.. No 10 .17 ih 2768.
36-405 caskB do.. No 9 48x90 ich 27
41-455 rusks do. No 10 im 24 sb 2776.
46-505 casks do. No 11 cm 21 sh 2S0L
II. II. &' Co.
3200 colls Galv. I'nn Wire No. 4
4500 colls do. No. I., 560'))
5300 colls do. No G, 3100)
1001-101010 cases PI Culv Iron Slits.
20 O, 3Gk90 iliid
1011-103020 ex. do, 22 ( 3696 4546.
1031-104010 cs. do, 24 fi 3696 2418.
1041-105010 cs. do, 24 (i 24x84 2337.
1051-106030 cs. do. 2 O 30x84 6753.
1081-109010 cs. do, 24 G 24x95 2361.
1091-110515 cs. do, 2G G 2484 3t,07.
1106-113530 es. do, 26 3034 6761
1136-115015 cs. do, 2G (1 2496 3461
1008-152215 bdls. 0 1 tlo G.Uv Dkts
1523-1547 25 bdls. do. 9 hi
1548-1597 50 bdls. do, 10 In
1598-1672 75 bdls. do, 11 In
1673-1822 150 bdls. do.. 12 In
1823-1997175 bdls. do, 13 hi
1998-2172175 bdls. do, 14 in
2173-2212 40 bdls, do, Hi lu
2213-2232 20 bdls. do. 16 In
2233-2332100 nests Oulv Rd Tubs
10 pel 14 3J In.
2233-2337 5 bdls(fil do G.llv Rd.
Tubs 20 In
2338-234710 bdlB. do, 22 In
2348-235710 bdls. do, 24 hi
2358-236710 bdls. do, 26 In
2368-2372 5 bdls. do, 30 ill
2373-2377- 5 bdls. do, 36 in
2378-2380 3 casks Tinned Rn.i Fry
Puns, each con'i;, viz
8 doz. No 2 24 doz
8 doz. No 3 24 doz
8 doz. No. 4 24 doz
4 doz. Nil. li 12 do;
4 doz. No. G 12 doz
4 doz. No 7 12 doz
36-7035 bbls Rock Salt, avli G5i) ,-s.
II. II. & Co.
c & i: m
73-774 2 cases Auhioy Mushrooms
ii 8 1-3 doz.
3S1-42J 42 casts Kippered Herrings
fa 3 doi.
431-44510 ch. Illoaters uu 3 doz
..u-155 o ch. Currants on 28-4 tins.
'450-461 6 cs. Rulslns en 28-lft tln.
466-468 3 cb. Chicory ea 4-HG tins.
NEW - TO-DAY
4,8-49720 cs. Epsom Salt ea 16-7S
498-51720 cs. Ulcarb of Soda l-2s ea
523 526 4 cs. Or. Dlk. Pepper l-4s ea
V. & A. G.
5 2 cs. Gltbey's Sherry, ea 1 doz.
R16 25 cs. Doppelkuemmel. ea 1 doz.
V. & A. G.
I 16 cases Gllbevs Sliver Stream
Schnapps each 1 doz.
216 cases Gubeys Old Tim Gin ea 1
318 cases Gllbeys O K Gin ea 1 doz.
4 5 cases Gllbeys Dry Gin Squares
ea 1 doz.
6 5 cases OllbejB Hum each 1 doz.
NOTE. The liquors will be sold on
the premises of If. Hackfeld & Co,
Ltd., and under their license.
Terms Cash. U. S. Gold Coin.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 28th, 1902.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
2236 Aug. 28, 29.
Assignees' Notice of Intention
of Foreclosure and
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the power of sale contained In that
certain mortgage dated November 28th
1900. made by YICK LUNG WAI COM
PANY, a co partnership formed to car
ry on the business ot rice planters at
Lale, District of Koolauloa, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, as Mortga
gors to LAM YATE and YONG KONO
IIOON, both ot Honolulu, In the said
Territory, as Mortgagees, and record
ed In the Registry of Conveyances In
said Honolulu In Liber 215 on pages
289 to 295, Sing Loy, the assignee ot
the said mortgage, intends to foreclose
the said mortgage for conditions brok
en, to wit- the non-payment ot princi
pal and Interest when due; the non
pa ment of taxes; the non-payment ot
rent under that certain Indenture ot
lease dated October 2d, 1900, made b
and between Lorenzo Snow, Trustee,
as Lessor and the Mortgagors as Les
sees, und the non cultivation and aban
donment of the plantation In the said
Notice Is likewise given that the
property assigned by the said mort
gage will be sold at public auction at
the auction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 2oth day of September, 1902, at 12
The properties covered by tho said
mortgage and to be sold as above con
First That certain Indenture of
lease dated the second day ot October,
1900, made between Lorenzo Snow of
bait Lake City, in Utah, United States
ot America, as Trustee for tho Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
as Lessor of the first part and thft
Mortgagors as Lessees ot the second
part the term ot jears thereby granted
and the estate right, title and Interest I
ot tne mortgagors ana eacn ot mem
In and to all that ceraln tract ot land
and rights of pasture and firewood de
scribed In and demised by the said In
denture of lease or Intended so to be
together with the appurtenances.
.Second The crops of rice now grow
Ing on the land described in the said
Third All wells, buildings, Improve
ments, tools Implements, horses,
cows, carts, wagons and harness sit
uate on the premises described In said
Indenture ot lease. SING LOY,
Terms Cash, United States Gold
Coin. Deed at the expense of the pur
chaser. For further particulars apply to
iiolmes & Stanley, Attorneys for the
Dated Honolulu August 2S 1902,
"Yeii " sajs the philosophical pet
tun, "wealth brings Its disappoint
ments." "Attei we lose It," puts In the ma
terialistic man. Judge,
65 Queen St.
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Miss Rose Daly,
1262 Ilerctnnla street, near Pllkol
street, .1 will sell at Pubtla AucH'.ou.
the qntlro Household Furniture, con- .
slating of Parlor Furniture, Hugs, Cur
tains, Shades, Couch, Oak Dcds, Bu
reaus, Washstands, Chiffoniers. Ta
bles, Rockers, Chairs, lied Linen,
Sheets, Dlankets, White Spreads Etc. .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Big Auction Sale
IN THE HAMOA PLANTATION
On Tuesday, September 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public AiiLtlon, 1.640
shares of the Capital Stock ot tho Ha
nioa Plantation Co, Ltd. Tho capital
stock of this plantation Is 1,750 shares
of a par value ot $100 each.
The plantation is free ot debt and
parties buying this stock start with a
Terms cash, U. S. gold coin. Upset
price 15 per share.
For further particulars Inquire ot
C. Drewer & Co, Ltd, or ot
Jas F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST 1 offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Eustace Esq.; 13
feet on tleretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price S9000; one-halt cash, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 259 Kln&u St,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontage on Klnau St,
ct 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
latge Carriage House. Prtco $4500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balance on
rrortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net The lor
tins a right ot way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.'
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-halt cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. IUa
right ot way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St
JSiiiJutiS'iil-'y J4asU. k h ,as i ,f'iJn XW'hti&M