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RVENtNdwBULLETfNrnOJtTTLU.". TTTRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1302.
Glows fiom 35c to $6.00 each, Bats from 15c to $1.25
WaSkE ff0fll 75C tO $4.00 A complete line In nil flriidci.,
take your pick.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor KUUANU and MERCHANT
ABOUT SEPTEMBER 15th
WILLIAM G. LYON
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
2ay counts and more people arc realiz
ing Hint they can set better work and
loner prices than anywhere else.
Kacb department lit charge of a spe
cialist nnd our operators aro grnduato
Protista of the best-recognized schools
in tho I). S. o the world.
We have u larger staff than any oth
tr dental office In tho city; we hare,
the best plate workers, crown and
vridge specialist, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practice! by
is are strictly up to date.
Vc can we you. money on your den
tal orfc We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cosl by a
Foil Plate of Teeth J5.00
Cold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gld Fillings 1.00
Silver FIHInit 50
ATI our tnstrumenta are thoroughly
stuiVUed before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Koom 4, Kite Building, Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance.
Hour. a, m. to C p. m.
laodays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
the old Sewing Mbrhlne Agent, Is still
In bnslnees at 942 DETHEL 8TREET,
8teck on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and ate. Try and buy.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In anil play
PUfl PONB - TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
SAVE PAIN ! SAVE
II you want your dental work to give PKKI'IJCT SATISI' VCI'ION mill NOT TWOL'lll IJ
you ancrwarelH TRV TH EXPERT DENTISTS
They arc Amcliintctt anil past ftrniliintcB of very many yeurs cxiierlcitcc In the Practice of
OctitlHtry. NO ONE can utc better ini.teclnl tlitin tlicy elo an It Ih not to lie hud nt any price. Par
fiood HONEST UP-TO-DATE IJE8T1HTIJY, nnd s neiir puliilcH u that kind can be, try Tie
Expert De-ntlHts In Arlington Ulock, SIB HOTEL 8TIJEET, off Union. No charge for examination
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED.
If jou cannot pny
for n ball take one for
Ictus, we lime them at
ull prices down to -
There k cooling refreshment
Jn a cold glass of tho cedebrated
(Brewed at Dobbs Ferry. N. Y.)
If joii arc lo-king for a pure
etellelously tlaori'd beer order
& i a so from
For Want Column See Page Six
CARPENTER WANTED A white
man Appl to Hardwuiu Depart
meut Theo. It Davles . Co I.iu.
I WANTED lly man and wife, one or
I ' two-room furnished or unlurnlshed
lottnge, Uclnlty of good board nnd
Itnpld Transit, no 1 bjcclions to rear.
Address P O box f56 or call room 9
I llrewer llldg 2237-tt
I. ISHIMURA, Teacher 13 Kukui St.
Instruction trie. Tuns, and Frl. wom
en; Mon. and Sal, men, 8 p. m.
WORSE THAN CRF.EDS.
"Did you hear of tho split In the
Church of England Invocation?"
"No, I haven't hi ard. What could It
be about? 1 thought the members of
that church wire the- moht united In
"Thij have alwuyi borne, that ripu
tatlon, but tin 11- it, tumble enough
' What about!"
"The numbers dccldtd to give theli
pastor un automobile so he could more
easily make the round of his parish,
and, afler the money had Ik en collect
ed, the question of whither It was to
be a steam, an electric or a gnbolene
vehlile came up, and you eari lastly
Imagine the rest." The Automobile
The (Icrmau Emperor nseilbcH his
good health aud vigor to the advlio
given to him by his rnvorlto doctor,
und ho lias learned by heart the lat
ttr's "rulo of llle," which Is as fol
lows Kat fruit for brcakrust. i:nt
Irult for lunch Avoid pastry and hot
cakes. Only take potatoes once a day.
Don't drink tea or coffee. Wnlk four
miles every day. wet or fine. Tnke a
hath every day. Wash tho face every
night in warm water Sleep eight
hours every night."
Fine ob printing at the BulletW
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to 000 eandlcpo-vor.
This Is tli- best lamp on
the market Manufactured
by The Standard Gas Lamp
Acphaltum. Grades 0 , t).
and natural In lots to suit
Herringbone Expanded Me
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Lid
1142 Fort Street, Love Dulldlng.
This stor In told of Hov. C. W. Mil
lard, who Ih presiding older of tho
New York conference.
For several stars he had a Mruint
in hli fnmlly who was n devoted Ito
mnn Catholic. Ilir love nnd devotion
lo them made the question of snlva.
Hon n seilous one.
One day as Mar passed tbiouch
the doctor's study he looked up ami
'If I should die tonight. Mux, what
would beiome of me?"
Alter thinking scrlousli for somu
minutes she teplitd:
"Atr shore. I don't Know, but 1
think tho I.oid would save ) oil for
jour Ignorant c. "New York Times.
Iliiirj Sobenhi liner, truant officer
of the Twenty-first District, recently
n.ii'Je a mil at the homo of n pupil
wnose absence hud extended oer a
week and Inquired of the lad's moth
M a Kenlal looking Irish Ionian, the
"Why," she told. "Ik's now past ...s
thirteenth inr, an' me in' his fnth
tr r think he's aft. r-r bin lug school
In' enough, nor."
"Schooling enough?" tepented tho
officer "Why 1 did not finish mj idu
cation until 1 was "3 "
"He tlint so?' asked the mother. In
amazement Then reassuringly, aft
tr a moiiii nt's thoughtful pntixo. "well.
or ver k( e that bo) of ohm has
brains 1'hlladclphln Tinas.
Ciii.e No; ho'H wrltln' a hlsthor)
n Ireland now Ho fought that I lie
'ulslest wii) to write her wronu
There will be a meting of the
Ninth Priclnct, Fifth District, Iteptib
lican Club tomorrow. Aimutt 3uth, lit
7 30 p. m. nt Macmao Ch.lich, Wylllv
All members are ,-equcMcd to be
pres.nt. A. W. NKEI.Y.
2237-21 Preside nt.
Steamer l.KHUA will sail for Molo
kai on her first trip on Tuesday. Sep
tember 2cl, and on her tond trip
Thursday, September 4th.
Stiamer CI.AUD1NK will sail on
Tuesday, Hcutt ruber 2d, nt 5 p in. In
stead of 12 m
This chungo to fco Into effect for one
No freight will be received on Labor
Day, Monday. September 1st.
Meeting of the Republican Club of the
Seventh Precinct of the
Members of the Sovnth Precinct of
the Filth District Keotibllcaii Club 111 e
leqiiested to convene at tho Republic
an headquarters of ibci Fifth District,
on the corner of King und Mnunakca
streets, on Saturday, Augait 30, 1902,
at 1 p. in., for the conldei.ulon of res
olutions adopted by the D'strlct Com
mittee, August 20, 1902, the recuminen
datlon of candidates to tlu lommlttee
nnd other objects for the piogresslon
of the Republican pvtj for the next
campaign. W U WILCOX,
President of Seventh Precipe t of the
Fifth District 2237.2t
Sterling the Painter
Has udded to his 1'ilnt Shop r. large
Also an Experienced Paper Hanger as
salesman, who will be p)cti-ed to give
Information nbout Paper Manglng and
COMPETENT PAPER HANGERS
1 mployed and al'vays on hand
SAME OLD STAND, UNION STREET
TiMdty .... ,
Whb ity ,,,
H 8 '
t 8 JO. I 41
, rff.'lO CT I 6
I J co to
n 11 t H 8 lo
I JO I tt I I)
tB 8 04 t tt
1 04 8 $0 9 48
Last quarter of tho moon on the
2Gth, 0.4 a m.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Oeoddle Hurey Tablps.
The tides at Knhulul and Hllo ocrur
about nn hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Stnndard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belns
that of tho meridian of 1GT.30. The
tlma ulilMle blows at 1:30 p. m , which
Is the tame as Greenwich. Oh Oin.
Wuither llute.iu, Puliation, A UK, 29
'leinptrature Morning minimum,
70; Mldda) maximum, $4.
llaroimler nt 'J a. m. .10.05. ItUIng
lUlnfnll 0 00.
Dew Point 65l
lliimlillt nt 9 n. m. bZ per cent
Diamond Head Signal Slntlon. Aug
29. Weather dear: wind frtsh Nil.
Krlday. Aur M.
R, S. Hawaiian, Nichols, from Taco
ma at 4 a. m.
Str. Heline Nicholson, from Hawaii
Sit. Vniale4lc Plltz, from Hawaii
ports, at Ml.'i a. m.
Str. Nllhiiu. Thompson, from Hawaii
polls, nt 11 '.'10 a. 111.
Tlniisil.ij, Aug, 2S.
Str. Tamplio. Amis, for Siatlle.
Sti. Kuiml, llrulin, for Knual ports.
Fllda, Aug. 29.
Sti. Ko-Au-IIoti, Tullitt. for Ahtiklni
and Analiola, at 1 p, m.
Am. sp. J. P. Chapiuan, Kendall, for
San FrunilMO. at 11 15 11, m '
Str. John Cummins, Senrle, for Koo
Str.'W. tl Hall, rhompvm. for Ia
lialtin, .Ma.ilae.1, Kona anil Kntt port!.,
Scbr. ('has I. Woodbury. Iliuiis, foi
From Hawaii, per str, Nllhiiu. Aug
29- Prime J Kulanlaiiaole J D, PurK
J K N.ihalc A. S. Maluulu.
For Maul, Kouu and Knti ports, pci
ttr. V. tl. Hall, Aug 2't Miss A
Heuiil, Miss A. Kekaula, A. W. Carter.
C. C Perkins, i:. II. C.irleton nnd wife,
Miss StltiMdi, Mlts Wollput, J. K. Hod
ge rs. Win. Thompson, (ico. Hiiddy.
Miss M. I. I.easley, Mrs. V. I.. Leslie,
Miss Leslie. David Wnlau, (J. P. Kama
liolin, Mnrj Plck.ird, Miss Minnie Top
Icy, Mori Is Keohakulole.
HE FOOLED THEM.
Oenrial Isaac Khan. Minister Plenl
pote ntlary from Persia to the I nlteil
States, la decidedly cosmopolitan iu his
habits and tastes. Hven among his
servants nt the legation several coun
tiles are represented.
Ills butler Is a Persian, but the as-
slstant butler Is an Irishman,
One day the minister happened to
overhear 11 conversation between this
Irishman and u tradesman, says the
Saturday i:inlng post.
Tim Irishnmn was discussing the
language spoken at the legation.
"Can you undi-rstand It?" asked the
"Not nt all. at all," repllnl the bttt
lei's assistant, "hut 01 make them
think Ol do."
"Is that so?"
"It Is so," he went on. "they think
Ol know that Peislnn gibberish, jud
that Ol've thravelcd In their tommy,
but the fact Is, Ol'vo never been to
South Amerltu In all me life,."
HE WAS THERE WITH GEORGE.
Itepresentatlvo Williams or Missis
flppl has naturally, among his eonstlt
ueiits, ninny colored people. One
nmoiig them, says the- Phllnilelphla
Press, Is panic ularlv lnt,.i,.ni,. ,
thej le glslator, who 1 n gages him rre
"luentlj In conversation Iteeently bo
was amazed wh.-n the 0I1I negro ac
quainted hint with the, fne thnt i,
knew tSeeuge Wnshlngton intimately
1 lie repieHcntutlvo iinile rtook to II ml
out the limit to which he wits able to
Hlretth his Imagination, and asked
hlnu "Were jou with Wnshlngton
when ho irossed the Delaware?"
"Yassu," was the reply. "I helped
low ele boat."
"And of course you were with lilm
when ho took a hack at the cherry
"Yussa," was the negro's confident
leply. "I drovu de hack."
A FAMILIAR ITEM.
LWtf tOZ 'Ai,
I statement for a long time.
She What Is It?
I HeIt sas thin the Chlnise ut-d
j motor vehicles seveial hitiidicil yeais
(before Hie Christian era The Autoiuti
1 bile .Magazine.
Neither the captain nor tho agon's
or the American ship I. V Chapman
will bu responsible) for debts contact
ed by tho ertw of said vessel while In
this port. C. S. KENDALL.
Honolulu, August 9, 1902.
A 1 Oc
When ihltney Mirsh announce a sile the people expect BAR
GAINS. Thnt'n .i'i It ahould be livery assertion made In the ndver
tlslng columns of thi newspaper Is well backed up with the goods A
lnte eiftomer Ih unnietlmes dIsppolntd because the article sought
Is sold out. Th.it'a her fault. The. various Items advertised are al
wns on the countem to begin with Thli ek jou will have an ob
ject lesson showluir what a dime will do Only a hint of the offer
ings Is given below
100 Pieces Wimh.'iliti' Dreis Good?. Val-ie up to I5c 10c yard
75 Doren Ijidlea' White Jersey Ribbed Vejts Crochet and
Tape Trimmed 10eeach
A Table Full of Towel e Including Turklih Bath. Houejconb
and Huck . . 10c each
A Hmal lxt of Hemmed Pillow Co.vm 10c each
flood Quality Check Olnghair 2 anlv fir 10e
Whlto and Colored Pc'ither Stlte i.c I rtralda, 5 Uteres f'r... !.V '
Two Hundred Yard Spools Thtcad 4 Spo-ilv for 10
Three Packagci Correspondence Envelope for 10c
A Lot of Fancy Drooches niv! Lace Plni . 10c
Fancy Hair Pins, Worth 5c and 10c Each 10 for 10c
2.1 Dozen Dresslnu Combs, Worth tip to 2 10c each
CO Pieces of Lac ".1, Some cf Them Were 50c Now 10c yard
20 Dozen l.ac' mil Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Your
Choice ... .... 10c
A Lot of Clilldren'H Flit Black lios- . ...10c pair
NEW - TO-DAY
Fop Account of
Whom It May
ON SATURDAY, AU6. 30,
9 O'CLOCK A.M.
On the piemlsea ltiun ai the Union
IVe d Co. warehouae, Quiwi (.trect be
tween Foil strict nnd Alakea street
Honidulu, I will sell it Pilhllc Auction
lor account of whom it may concern
tin- lollowlim KctOiltt, i.lUb'tlj damaged
b salt wale r on voyage of I m porta
Hon rrnm llremerh iveij, Germany, i
balk "(lenla." F. W Htcge Master
II. II. & Co.
2021 21.20 ino bdla Oiilv C'orr. Iron
S-3 2G G G ft C2700.
2U71.2S02 132 bdln tin 7 feet 29172
2S71-292 112 bum da t! feet. 24192.
3021-3091 74 bdla . do
.117I-S23X S bdLH, do
II. 11. & Co.
2.-.1-310 Co bdla. Oulv Cor Iron 3 3-
24 (J. S feet. U-i0.
r.l-r.0S 155 bills, do 7 feet, 37Ci5
.".."1-tHi 97 bdls. do 8 feet 22213
C51-79S 118 bills, do, 9 feet. 3522 J
S51-930 j bdla. do. 10 feet. 20727
Uf.1-1195 15 caacrt Olit Uldglng 6
leet eich, CO pieces
2i;30 5 casks sheet line No 9 3iix8l,
each 41 sheetn. 2790
31 3.-, 5 casks do. Ho 10 37 sh 276S
20-105 casks do. No 9 43t96 each 27
41.45:, i asks elo , No 10 el 21 hh 277C.
IC-.-.0 5 casks do., No 11 cm 21 sh 2S04
II. II. & Co.
3200 colls (ialv. Fence Wire
I r.uo colls do.. No U,
."..toil i nils ,io.. No o,
II. II. & Co.
1001-lOlu 10 uises PI One Iron Slits
20 O, 3bk'b. 2160.
I'M 1-10.10 20 cs. elo 2 f, VMS 1516,
1O31-10I0 10 cs. do
o41-lnf,0 lo e-s. do
1051-10KU 30 cs. do
10S1 109010 cs. do
21 G 30x90 2118,
21 O 21x81 2337.
21 O 00x81 t.753.
21 G 21x90 2361.
1091 110515 cs. do.. 26 G 24x81 3607
1100-113530 es. elo, 28 O 10x84 0761
1130-115015 cs. do, 36 O 21x90 3161
II. II. H Co.
S. A. T.
I..OS-1522 15 bills. & 1 doz Galv Ukts
1523 1547 25 bdla. do,
154S 1597 :.i bdls. do,
LIUS 1072- ;,- bells, do,
1073 1822 150 bills, do
1S23 1997 175 bdls. do,
199S-2172-175 bdls. do,
2173-2212 40 bells, elo
2213 22.12- 20 bdls. do
2233.2332-100 nests Oalv Urf Tuba
10 pen 1122 In
22.(3 2337- 5 bdlHl dot Galv fed
Tube 20 In
2338-2347-10 bdls. do. 22 In
2348-235710 bdls. do, 24 In
2358-230710 bdls. do, 26 in
2308-2372 5 bdls. do. 30 In.
2273 2377 5 hills, do 26 In.
237!-23k0 3 (Unlit) Tinned llnd Fry
Pans, ouch con'g, viz
8 do. No. 2 21 doz.
No, 3 24 doz.
No. 4 24 doz
7 12' doz
81. 70 30 hbls Hock Salt, aik. 050 , ,s
II II V.fo.
1 A. i: M
7 1 J 774 2 cases Aiilnoy Musliiooms
eu 8 1-3 doz.
3SI-4J2- 12 eases Kippered Ilei rings
ca 3 doz.
431-44515 is llloutcrs ea 3 doz.
..n-455 t, cs. Curiaiils ea 28 Is tins.
450-lt c ch llnlslns ea 28 1s tins
I4I.0 408 3 cs. Chlcor ea 156s tins
4-43" 20 is Epsom Salt ea 16-7s
I'M 517 20 cs. Illcarh of Soda 12a ea
.".'3 526 4 cs. Or. Ulk. Pepper 1 4k ea
H H &Co
W i. G
5 2 es Glluei's Sherry, ca 1 doz
U16 25 es Doppelkuemmel. ea 1 doz
H. II. &. Co
W. 4 A G
115 caes Gllbeys Sliver Stream
Schnapps each t doz.
216 cases Gubeys Old Tim Gin ea 1
3 U cases Gllbeys O E Gin ea 1 doz.
I 5 cases Gllbeys Dry Gin Squared
ea 1 doz.
6 5 cases Gllbeys Hum each 1 doz.
NOTE The liquors will be sold on
the premises of II Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd . and under their license
Trm Cash. U S. Gold Coin
Oit-d Kottolultl. Aug. 28th. 1902
J.AS. P. MORGAN.
2'.36 Aug 2S. 29
THE PING-PONG FAN
A ping pong fan Is one of the pretty
noveltt-i of the summer, and this a III
attract the girl whose record with tin
.small vellum bat and tiny ball Is one
of which oho Is proud. The plug pon;
tan represents a series of racquets, thj
outer opes showing a surface and edge
In exact Imitation of the genuine nr
tide On the upper side of Hie Ivory
SJtln-coiered bat rests a single pearl.
In lieu of a celluloid ball. White such
a fan could scarcely be recommended
for practical purposes, It makes a piet
t little favor for a luncheon or after
noon at cards. Across the outside may
be inscribed the nnma nf tit. r.,-lnl,.r.t
or the date may he put on with water
color ' Colleg- tans have been In vogue fir
avujc nuje, uui a uoteiiy in cms line is
presented by an extremely small con
ceit made entirely of Ivory sticks. 1'he
tan measures scarcely five Inches
when closed, and Is Intended to be
carried on a long chain. Itesliles Its
ornamental properties, this bit of iiurv
series a a memorandum, and maj hi
Ujeq to keep the game score or list of
The decorations consist of n border
Is iuai college color and a flutteilng
pennaut stamped across the opemd
sticks. While such a tiny affair could
not create any great breeze, the prac
tical use to which it may be put mako
it m article worth possessing. Oih
girl who recetied such a fan as a. eiit
had her monogram painted on the tu
vers,- s.jh in the color to match tlw
Right up With the Times.
' Our missionary tells us that the au
tomobile U even peivadlng heathen
"so the benighted native ara
learning to scorch, eh?"
'No not to any great extent, but they
have fitted the car of Juggernaut with a
motor and a crack chauffeur, and the
combination It doing great bii'ne '
The Autoaioble Magazine
Pneumonia is practically uukuowu
Aithln the Aietlc circle, observes Dr.
E. W. Kelsey, who has returned to
England from a sixteen mouths' stav In
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
l-iiii ,. Phlladtlphll.U.S.A,
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For salo by
The Principal W'ich
fr. . J
WATCHMAKERS' AND JEWELERS
TOOLS AND MATERIALS,
Drills far Drilling Red Deans.
Room 303 Boston Building.
65 Queen St.
Big Auction Sale
IN THE HAMOA PLANTATION
On Tuesday, September 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At m salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, -1G40
shares of the Capital Stock of the Ha
moa Plantation Co., Ltd. The capital
stock or this plantation Is 1,750 shares
ot a par value of $100 each.
The plantation Is free of debt nnd
parties buying this stock start with a
Terms cash, II S. gold coin. Upset
price 15 per share.
For further particulars inquire ot
C Brewer & Co., Ltd., or ot , ,
Jaa- F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS .'
FIPST t offer at Private 81,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 13
feet on Beretanla street, 171 fool ,
deep: price S9000; one-halt c'aili. bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.
r.t present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontage on Klnau 8L
if 115 feet and a depth ot IIS feot.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcUen, Bath,
latge Carriage House. Price $4509.
Terms, 'one-halt cash; balauca on
rt ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right ot way entrance to Bero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St, ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
n'ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Uaa
r'gbt ot way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
-icuvrftftiVllMt M, H Vi. 40,4!- if i.t(t,fc
'.'Mto4itlb aWJ- to idMMJ4;teMuiMJ$k,