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EVEh'INQ BULLETIN. HOWW.W.P, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, lMr
Gloves from 35c to $6.00 each. Bats from 15c to $1.25
MtSk& (rOm 75C tO $4.00 A complete line In all ftrndcs,
take your pick,
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. NUUANU and MERCHANT
IJop Sing of the (peridental Hotel
Restaurant has glen up the manage
uient of the same this 3Uth day 01
August. All debts conti acted dm lug
his .management will be paid by him
and nil debts owing must be paid to
Honolulu. August "0. 1002.
WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE,
No. 8. K. of P.
There will he a regular convention
cf the above named Lodge Saturday
evening, August SO. In llarmnn Hall
Work In the Second Rank,
Members of Onhu No. 1 and Mystic
No. 2 and all bojournlng brothers are
invited to attend
11 s (Htnr.oitY.
K. of It. & S.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LOT SITUATE AT KANEOHE,
On Tuesday, September 3uth, 1002,
at 12 o'clock uoon nt the front en
trance of the Capitol (Kxctullvc build
lug) will be sold nt I'ublle Auction the
lease of that certain lot of land at
Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu, adjoin
ing the Court House prenilt.es and
containing an area of one fourth of an
acre, more or lesw.
Term Klfteen years from the 2"th
day of May, 1903.
Upset Ucctal $50 per annum, pay
able annually In advance.
JAMKH II. 1IOYD.
Superintendent of I'ublle Works.
OSlcu of Superintendent of I'ublle
Works, AugUit 29. 1902 2238-3t
L. H. DEE...
B. H. RICE.
SUNDAY, AUGUST Ul, lltOU
Cl-trry Ollint I aunr nit r,wl
CviAOinmr R'iU ChliliMl i,IUI.U(
MUrt ut MulW, NurmunilieSaurr
Ltti c4 Mutlott, (ijar?r Sauce
YivJ Cutlrtt, Turn-to S-m r
Ot4rr 1'iOlJrfl, Neu mVstyI
Qurn I'citlriti, AtinouJ vu r
I'flnte Uilitut Ctti -u J 1,1
i-fttxl hx I'll hiistr Com A-prajru
VeniUi. lit Clfrtni
Slfmed CfiUuet I'hJJiii Hid liruud) Sjuce
AmciKtK Clircfte flul. and IftUini
CcBtr, T eo-l Milk Piuit-. In Sratnn
The wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Mahukonn
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will bo received at the Inter-Island
Telegraph Company's offloe,
lower Fort street.
I TALK I
II you c fin not Pny
for ii ball take one fop
lettttt we luive them nt
till prices down to -
There's cooling refreshment
In a cold glass of the. celebrated
(Brewed at Dobbs Ferry. N. V.)
If jou nrc lo kln. for n pure,
deliriously flavored beer order
h case from
NEW ORPHEUM tiood 25c meals.
i a m to k p m Ni w manage r and
100k Kvcrythlng clean 1250 Kurt St
I. ISHIMURA, Teacher 13 Kukul St.
Instruction free Tiles nn.l Frl worn
1 n Mmi and Sal men. s pv m
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
EXCURSION TO THE VOLCANO
Steamer "HIXr.Ni:.' Nliholgoii
Mast. r. will sail from Honolulu on
Wednesday September 3d, at ID i m
nirlvlng In llllo on Thursday ull..r
noon connecting ullh the tuilii so i'r
to reach Volcano House tame evening,
n turning will sail fioin llllo on Tuos
daj. September Uth, at S p m, arrlv
Ir.g lu Honolulu early Thurwlny morn
lug, September lltb. giving live days
Pare for the round trip (33.5U, In
cluding transportation limn Honolulu
to the Voliano and return, mid necom
modntlons at the Volcano House.
Oil eel service Irom Honolulu hi
llllo without a stop.
I Strainer accommodations will be
piovidc-d 011 the aft'1, deck, mattresses
will be supplied, and the deck will bo
cocrcd by nn uwnlng, and food will
be scrvid at the cabin table.
Accommodations nt the Volcano
House will consist of cots or mat
tresses on the lloor, and good food
For those who may deplre superior
accommodations, linn-class faro on
the steamer and at the Volcano House
will be prodded at a ost of (50.00 tor
the round trip.
I'assengeis are lequested to book
early that arrangtments inn be made
for transportation between llllo and
tho Volcano. 223S-31
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by lrtue 01 a certain Kx
edition Issued by W L. Wlliox, Dis
trict Magistrate of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Territory or Hawaii 011 tbe 29th
(lay of August, A. D. 1902, In the mat
ter of the Sle Kee s. Hung Chung. I
lime, on this 29th day or August, A. H.
1902, levied upon, and shull expose lor
sale and sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, ut the Pollen Station,
Kahakatia Hale, In said Honolulu, at
12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, the 30th
day of September. A. 1) 1902, all the
right, title and Interest of said Hung
Chong In and to the following describ
ed personal property, unless the Judg
ment and cost of Execution amounting
to Sixty-eight and 81-100 Hollars, inter
st. costs nnd iny expenses are piV
Hestaurant outfit, consisting or
Crockery, Cutlery, Mnen, Ktc Kte.;
also Canned Goods, Counter, Ktc.
See "Inventory" of said property ut
CHAS. F. CHILLING WOItTH,
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
2238 Aug, 30; Sept. t), 13, 22. 2P,
Sim, Corner of Beretanla Avenue)
and Punchbowl Street t
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telepfione Dlue 3552.
luuiiu iu i7 uiucrcni. i in. nil. mii uiiiiuki uiiyiuiiJK uu pa
per but Ihe only kind of Deutlstiy that will slnnd the test nt
lime nnil not gvn tronbU nfterwanlH Is the kind being tinned
out by skill' d EXPERT DENTIGTS dally, and the other com
n i nt Dentists
if w claimed lo In thu only guod DmtUtH in the world and
far iiiperlm to all uiliers to the averugo inlri.1 how ens) il
would be to si i' bow recklessly we wen- handling the truth.
We do not claim lo be "know alls," nor to be the only uimpe
tent dentists in the win hi. but wu do (lalni to be EXPERTS,
"nd to give thu public gujd, honcbt Dcntlbtry at very low
pilcos Our work speaks for Itself
Visit our up-to-date office in the ARLINGTON BLOCK, 219
HOTEL STREET, opposite UNION.
6TEAMERS WERE SLOW.
San Francisco, tugust 20. 1 c
steamer Nevndun of the Amerltnn-lla-
nliun line reached port lati) Inst
evening from her first trip to tln Ha
waiian Islands, nfter a very alow trip
of mow than nine days. The vessel
lift llonolulii three days before thu
sailing of the Alnmeilu, which enteivd
the Hidden Gate eutlj yesterday after
noon. The Ncvndan has .1 low-press
uitoli-buriilng plum, which ma have
been not altogether satlsfat tory.
though her, trip henco to the Islands
was repot leu 10 nave ieen very satis
fuctoiy. Tho steamer H lu quarnu
tine, but will bo 1 cleaned this morn
lug She brings no passengers, but
carries mall from Honolulu that was
impeded to arrive here In advance of
San Francisco, August 21. Tho
stow trip of the steamer Nevadan from
Honolulu, occupy lug tin dnys, Is at
tributed to tbo falluru of the burners
to operate properly with the crude oil
or this coast. The oil burning plan!
Installed 111 the new steamer was de
signed In the East, win re the fuel oil
lb more olatlIe and bitter suited to
the Nevadun's style of burners than
the heaver oil produced In tbls State.
Tho oil consequently would not vapor
he, and as a remit of being fed to
tbe file In a stream prodmed heavy
smoke. A change In thu stylo of
burners will remedy the difficulty. No
double was canted by the use of low
pressure air In the operation of the oil
HAD LIST TO STARBOARD.
fan l'ranilsto, August 19 After a
Kiucissfiil tilp Horn llllo on Hhcdulo
thue the oil hunting stunner UuUr
liilso came Into poit yesterday with
i decided list to Hnrhonrd. presumably
catiMil by the shlltlne of ml go. The
ii'aihinery was lepoitid to liaM' work
d all light during the trip, hut when
the l!llti rnrlse wn.l liniH tn Itnin
iliiarantliio for Howard street wharf
t:n lliiotlle pi-oke, ami .1 tugs scrwee'.
A i-ie ueiessary In duel. lug the steam-
i Thete was no double with the
oil liuinlng plant The Kntetprlbo left
llllo 011 August Uth, nnil had head
winds all the way. Last Sunday morn
ing two four-masted sehootieis aud
Ihi sleuuier Ametlo.i .Muni wtre pass
ed. i:-Sherlff .McKeli;Ie of Nnpa,
who has been at llllo with his tace
horses liel Vista, (!eui ral Cronje. So-
in lint and Nullah, letuiiiid in the V.u
terpilse with the animals.
WORK ON KOREA.
San Kianelsco, August 19. It will
be a week b fore the new steamship
Korea will be thrown open for the III
speedou of Nlsltois. lu the meantime
a laige lone of men is employed lu
getting the liner ready for sailing on
August 30th for Honolulu, Yokohama
and Hongkong . I'eisons possessing
cards of Iiultitllon will be first pr
lultted to inspect the stenmer, and two
lollowiug days will lie dcdtcd to tho
geneiat pub Ik. Hist Officer l.oiMimt
of tho big freighter Algoa has be 11
assigned to the Kon-n as first oflicer,
under Captain Senlimy and i:eeutle
Officer .McKlniiuu. Dr. lieach, late of
the China, will be the Korea's smgeoii
MARIPOSA FOR TAHITI.
The nil-burning steamer .Mariposa,
Captain Itennle. Is lo sail today for
Tahiti direct with a good sized cargo
of general merchandise, tweho cabin,
six second cabin nnd twenty steerage
passengers. J. Miller, Collector or Cus
toms at Tahiti, will bo a passeuger
and J. IC. Lynch, a bunker or this
city, Is ruakltig the trip to tho South
Sea for pleasure. There was some tn
cllnatlon on the part of the Oceanic
Company to send the .Maiiposa by way
01 Honolulu, but It has been decided
to stick to the regular schedule.
BIG STEAMER LAUNCHED.
lielrast, lieland, August 21. The
White Star line steamer Ccdrlc of 21.
000 tons, the largest liner nllont, was
sueeissfully launched nt llniland .
Wolff'H yiuds hero today. She Is 700
fret long, has ! feet hi am and u depth
of IM-3 feet. Her currying capacity'
Is IS, tl'iil tons and she has anomino
dntlons for 3,000 pasM-ngcrr. It Is ex
pected that the Cedlle will be leady
for service In tun nutumn.
Theio will be a meeting of the
Ninth Precinct, Fifth District, llepub
Hchii Club tomorrow, August 30tb, at
7:30 p. in. at Maeinan Cbuich, Wyllle
All members ate .""queued to be
present. A. V NKKLY,
Meeting of the Republican Club of the
Seventh Pfecp-ict of the
Members of the Soi'enth Precinct of
thu nrth District Heuubllean Club nre
ttquested to convene at the Republic
an hcudnuarters or tbu Fifth District,
on thu corner of King and Maunakea
streets, on rlaturday, August 30, 1902,
at 7 p. m., for tbo consldeia'.lon of res
olutlons adopted by tbe D'strlct Com
mlttte. Augukt 20, 1902, the recommen
dation of candidates to the committee
mid other objects for the piogrcsslon
of tho Republican party fcr the nc-Mt
campaign. V. L. WILCOX,
President of Seventh Product of the
rilth Dibit let. 2237 21
HONEST DENTISTRY ,mar te
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1-fist quarter of the moon on the
2Cth. 0:34 a. m.
' Trlday. Aiig'tst 29.
S. S. Alameda, Herrlman. .rum Han
Saturday, August 30.
Hltnr, Claudlne, Pnrkrt. from Hllct
snd way ports: at 12:30 p. in.
V. S. A. T. Seward, for Vnnlln at
u p. m.
From Hawaii and Maul porta, per
stmr. Claudlne, August 30. Col. S.
Parker, wife and scrvnnt; Senator
Ilurton, Col. V. II. Cornwell, Dr. V
W. Itlng, .1 T ning, J. 1. MrCir
sin. C. A Drown, 0. A. Dalrs, It C
A good thing In nltvnyn Imitated. The New Vork Dental Parlors are a good thing, ho
beware of Imitators. Our work lin stood ihe tent of two years In Honolulu. Our oldest
pntrons nre sending their friends to us because tfc:fr work was satisfactory, and as the
time goes on. they npprcclnte more and' liioi-o toe quality of the work done at the
NEW YORK DDNTAL PARLORS.
MAKE NO MISTAKE ; do not experiment on anything so valuable to you as your teeth. Go where
you know you can get reliable dental work done and at NEW YORK PRICES. Our name alone is
a guarantee that your wolk will be the best.
If money Is an object to you, come nnd see un
woik. will cost. No charge Tor examination.
All our Instruments nie thoroughly sterilized
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
TOE PAINLESS DENTAL SPECIALISTS
Room -I, Elite Building, otcr llnrt fCdV Ico Cream Parlors, Hotel 8trect.
Pel. rson, K. Wundenbcrg, Mrs. A
Keldrldge. Hon. A. Keldridge. .1 N.
Kuila, W. V. Pogue, C. A. Jucilaen.
Dr. J. Daland, C! S. Uirue, Paul Jul
ntt. O. W. Paty, Miss J. Parke. Mrs.
W Parke, C. 11 Drown, 11. T. -Juai I,
P. Pick. llev. Mr. Kvans nnd wife II
A. Datdwln, wife- and children; A. C
.lu Kinney, T. II. Keyworth, P. S.
McKcague, Miss K. Horner, 1 W.
Dankfj. Mrs. C. Phillips, Bio James,
llro. Clarence. W. G. W.llkcr, A. (.
Walker. Chas. Williams. .Mrs. I). Da
1k. H. It. Ilryaut, It C. Tydieku. A.
I. Uehr. II. T. llolstdn, C. II Pulaj
J. Hditon and 124 dick.
Kiom iian Krnncisio, per S. S. Ala
in, da, fiom San I'ranclsco, August 29.
Dr. L. K. Alvnnz, W. C, llunncr,
Mis. llunntr. Miss 8. L. Itylngton, It.
Campbdl, Mrs. Campbell nnd child,
Victor C. Clark, Dr. C. II, Cooper,
Mrs. Coquard, J. 11. Kerrler, Mis. Kei
rlr, II. II. (Jehr, C. Orange, M. J.
Orey mount, Miss C. N. Oucrney, Miss
L. Ouerney, Mrs. C. I lord and child,
J. M Henry, Dr. W. C. Hobdy, Mrs.
Hobdy and child, .Miss J. Howard,
Mh-s M.J. Johnson, J T Lanaghan,
Tlios. II. Luke, 11. M. Lull, Mrs. Lull,
D. McKachon, Miss K Niclson.-Mlsn
M llasmussen, Miss 12 M. Hocheford,
Miss M. 11. Simonds, Miss C. Stew
art, MIS J. Tanner. Mrs. M. Thomp
son. Miss M. Tollefsen, Mrs. (S. J.
Waller and lite children, Mrs. M.
Wnlsb, Mrs. II. II. Weir, A. Welbert,
Mrs Welsert and three children, O.
II Wdls, Mrs. Wells, Mlhfc L. Wells.
O n Williams, Mrs. W. S. Withers'.
Henry Zauu Jr., Itev. Wm. Padea, Mr.
Korea's Chinese Crew
Is Causing Trouble
Washington Aug.,22.- Commission
er General of Immigration .Sargent to
day received a telegram fiom Collector1
ritratton of Ban Kruiultio In risponbc
l" inquiries, as lo the Chlmse crew be
ing brought over on the steamer One-
lie. Colleitor Stratton stated that the
(Jiv, was fur Ihe bteamer Hon a, lit lug
the came c rew Hint lift the disabled
stciinier City of Peking at Kobe, ami
tli.u a iI.hikc In the shinning in tides
Nelthci tho captain nor the ngen's
of tho Ameilcan Hliln I 1". Chamnan
will be respousl'-'o for debts contract
ed by the c rew of said vessel vvbjle In
huh poit. (.;. a. kk.mmll.
Honolulu, August 9, 1302.
When whltncy S-. t'arsh anaiutn'e t ii!e the peoplo expect BAR
GAINS. That't. 111 tt nnou'd be Eer' usertlon made In the ader
tiding columnM of the newspaper Is ell hacked up with the goods. A
lato customer la uwietimes dlsnppo'tited because tho article souiht
Is sold out. Tlijit'a her fult. The various Items advertised are al
ways on tho countem to h"gln with This week you will have an ob
ject lesson fdluwlng johnt a dime will do Only a hint of the offer
ings Is given below
100 Pieces W.ifclinble Dcesa Goods.' Values up to 25c 10c yard
T5 Dozen Ladleu' White Jersey Ribbed Vests, Crochet and
Tape Trimmed 10c each
A Table K11II of Towels Including Turkhh Bath, Honeycomb
and Huclt 10c each
A Small Lot of Hemmed Pillow Cusoi . . . Ipceach
flood Quality Check Glaghair 2 atd3 for .,, jfte
White and Colored Feither Stltd.n' DrahU, 3 fuces tv... i.V
Two Hundred Yird Spools Thicad 4 Spools for 10c
Three Packages Corri-Hpnutienet naelope for 10c
A Lot of Taney Droochet an'i I.ace Pins . 10c
Fancy Hair Plnn, Worth 5c and 10c Each. 10 for 10c
25 Dozen DresshiR Cotnbi, Worth up to 25c 10c each
60 Pieces of Lacea. Home fcf Then Were 50r, Now 10c yard
20 Dozen Lac and Kmbroldered Handkerchiefs, Your
Cholco . . 10c
A Lot of Children'!? TJtt Ulack Hjm 10c pair
trairfit Talk I
Full Rate of Teeth, - - $5.00
Gold Crowns, - - - - 5.00
Bridge Work, per Tooth - - 5.00
We i(' tell you ia adtanc exactly what your
Hourj i to i. Sundays. 9 to 12.
l-ar,M la attendance.
VON DORlCliS RESIGNS!
Ilerlln, Aug. II Admiral von
Dlediluhs has resigned his post as chief
of staff of the navy. He has been suc
ceeded by Vlco Admiral Durescl. Ad-
'ml ral von Dledricha Ij. the officer who,
jas Vice Admiral, w,pi lu command of
the Cirman bquadron ot five cruisers
In Manila bay at the time Commodore
(now Admiral) Dewey as operatlug
ugalnst the Spaniards
Umpcior William, in accepting Ad
miral von Diedrtcha' rchigaatlon, refer
Wol In highly nattering terms, to his
services In Asia and in the reorgani
zation of the navy, and appointed him
Honoiary Admiral of tbe Naval Corp.
Admiral Count von Dajdlssln, who
was In command of Ihe Imperial yacht
I Hobenzollcru when Prince Henry vlslt
(d the Unhid, Stale i, bji'IKea appoint
ed tecond In comiu.tnd 'H the Ea3t
Aslattu sqhadron, and vdll (Vpceed tu
pa m in Kt Pa iei w u nn pu )bi na m
permits them to be transferred' to other
v istels of tho samo line Tbe Collector
iiddid that tbeiChlncue would hot enter
the Lnlti-d Statea nor ,; l'Core a ship
ping commissioner, hot dmply tranatei
from tbe C.n-llc to (he Korea. He
said that full particular! had been for-
. warded by mall. ,v '
Iloth Asslslant Secrc.ii'y' Taylor an'i
Commissioner Oinerlil ljrgent are in
clined to think lhe tadsfer of tai
I tn w cunnot bu permitted.
"If they were simply ChlueBo trying
to get back to Hongkong," said Secre
lary Taylor, "we would let them go
nn tbo Korea or' any other boat so un
to get rid of thei, ,hut I doubt If i
Chinese crew can be brought to tab
lonntry and placed' aboard American
vessels. I db ndl think the Korea will
tall on tbe 20th. HoVever, we aro
waiting for mall advices li(oie acting
In the meantime permission to trans
fer has-been rescinded."
CommlbilontT Ueneral aargeut ex
pressed surprise tht Collector Strut
! ton had not made all the facts plaiu
In bis first dispatch. "We are going
to take our time about 'this: now, und
look Into it thoroughly," "he said. "I
don't believe the paclHe Mall can Im
port C'hlnche cinws to man American
CHARGED WITH 8EOITION.
Manila August 1 - Judge Ambler,
who Iiiin conduct, d-thu trial of Fied
crlik Dorr. propHeloi, and' Hdward
Otliiin edltoi of Freedom, vvho wertfJ
charged Willi lilnlliig ti Filipino mem
ber ol the Civil CnmiiilHsIou, nunounc-
d tcdny that he fcumd tho defendants
guilty They weie not bontonced
The trial of Dorr und O'llrkn on n
ibargc of ttilhton begun today.
up, according I ((
to size I'UU
SOc to SI. OO, according to Cf)
material used. 'U
MUST QUIT POKER
New York, August 19. A special to
iu- 111:1am iiuiu tt usuiagiuu &u3
There Is to be an end to poker and to
the playing of races by the clerks in
the Treasury Department. All games
ol chance aud all gambling are to be
abolished Secretary Shaw has Issued
,a general edict against practices of
i t'.iU -tort by clerks lu tho department.
wiiru each person employed has great
jflnanrlul responsibility. Consternation
'had been caused by lenson of the re
cat leducllon of salaries of those
clen.s, who have been too loud o(
linker and who have also been trans
iterred to positions of less Importance
In nf ol a repetition of the oKeuse
the,, lll b- dismissed from the ser
1 The place to get pure Kona coSee Is
,atC J Day's grocery.
Ma Jo from the pure Juice of the'
The Ideal Summer Drink.
N.a. Only Pure Cane Sujar
uted in sweetening our 300J1
Soda Water Works Go,, Ltd. ,
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Sterling the Painter
t io added to his Ptlnt Shop a large
AUo a-i Experienced Paper Hanger as
saleiailiii, who will hi plwii to gne
laforpaatton about Paper Mangini, and
COMPETENT PAPER HANGERS
-inploved ami al eays on naim
SAME OLD STAND, UNION STREET
65 Queen St.'
Big Auction Sale
IN THE HAMOA PLANTATION
On Tuesday, September 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, ,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, 1,810
shares of tho Capital Stock of tho Ha
moa Plantation Co., Ltd. The capital
stock of this plantation Is 1.700 shares
of a par value of J100 each.
The plantation Is free of debt and
parties buying this stock start with a
Terms ca9h. U. S. gold coin. Up3et
price $5 per share.
Kor further particulars Inquire ot
C llrewer & Co, Ltd., or ot
Jas. F. Morgan.
FOR SALE ! ! ,
HERE ARE BARGAINS '
FIRST I offer t Prlrt Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Huatace Esq.; 13
lcet on Deretanla street, 171 fee
deep; prlco $9000; one halt casa, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau SL,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty has a frontage on IClaau St,
(( 116 feet and a depth of 112 feet
Dwelling comprises three Tlodrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHen, Bath,
la i go Carriage House. Price tlSOtf.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
rrortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tbe lot
has a right ot way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau 8L
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot Price
1000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Ha
right ot way to Beretanla SL
Further particular ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,
and Broker ,
85 Queeai Si -