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RVRM1N0 nUM.ETIN, IIONOMJUT, T. 1! WEDNESDAY, Atltl.-tl, 100!)
J . Ll- I T 2
. Owing to the rush we
have decided to continue
our Mammoth Sale for the
balance of this week.
SATURDAY will be
absolutely the last oppor
tunity for these wonderful
bargains, and remember
the store closes at 1 o'clock
on Saturday. Come early.
Cor. Fort and Beretania
J.Hopp & Co.
185 King St
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANCIING. DECORATING,
Am) GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Want an electrio door bell?
We'll put it in for you.
Union Electric Co.,
Beretania St., near Tort.
TWELVE HUDRED GALLONS
Were taken after test by Federal
people of the Eureka Perfection
Roof Paint. Send for Booklet. P.
0. Box 93.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., Agents
There's quality mGurrey s pi.
..MaMMM llll II. I. II- !.- . ...
8 Tlio revenue cutter Thetis Is 8
St to make a trip to Hawaii, upon tt
tt Ilia conclusion of her boohoh's tt
tt work In tho llchrlng sea, nccord- tt
tt to Informntloii Hint has been re- II
tt eelveel li.v Governor I'rcar. tt
tt Tho Thetis Is one of tho host tt
tt known ships In the revenue cut- tt
tt ter servlco ami tho decision to U
tt send her to Hawaii seems to lie U
tt In general line with the policy o tt
tt tho redcfnl Government to de- tt
tt voto the attention to Hawaii that tt
tt Its geographical position deserves. U
llnvlng on board as passenger, Gen
eral .Mannger It. I'. tichwerin ot tho
1'aclllc Moll line, the Btcamshlp Ko
rea, Captain Sandbcrg, arrived this
morning from San Francisco, bringing
a largo number or passcngera (or Ho
nolulu as well as tor Oriental ports.
Stored nwny In her treasury sho is
carrying to tho Orient S2.000.00U unt
ile lu gold, and $200,000 In silver, lie-
sides tho tieusuiu, tho boat has gen
eral cargo (or Japan and China.
Accompanying Manager Schwcrlu
nro Mrs. Sihwcrln, Miss Schwcrln,
and Itlihurd do C. Schwerln, who will
stay hero until tho arrhal ot tho
.Manchuria from Yokohamu on tho
Dr. I). I. Ilrodlo o( Detroit, accom
panied by his wife, urrlved to visit in
tho Islands. II. K. Duttou of the
Hhrlno party was also among tho ar
rivals. Mis. Dutton accompanied him.
Airs. Julius Kruttschnltt, wife of
the lunuager of tho Southern t'acltto
Hallway lino, camo down to visit tho
Islands. Sho was accompanied b) her
daughter. Miss It. Kruttschnltt and
.Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Love, knmntil
nas, returned today (rom their trip
to tho mainland. Uev. A. T. Urovvn ot
New York, accompanied by his wife.
will proceed to Yokohama to inspect
cue mlsslouaiy work there.
Attomey I). I Wlthlngton, who hns
been to tho mainland on legal busi
ness, returned today. W. II. Smith,
muunger of the .Manufacturers snoo
Company, returned (rom his business
trip to tho States. Captain K. F. Ho
bards and Lieutenant C. S. Owen, both
of tho United States Marino Corps,
wero nlso arrivals.
Tho Korea brought 41 1 bags of malt
and 175 tons of general cargo (or Ho
nolulu. She sails this afternoon (or
tho Orient at G o'clock.
tt Washington, Aug. 2. Admiral tt
tt Schree's m inured cruiser squad- tt
tt ron of tho Pacific fleet, olghf ves- tt
tt eels, will bo absent (rom the tt
tt United States un Its coming tt
tt cruise to Asiatic waters a little tt
tt more than llvo-niontha. It will tt
tt visit "Honolulu, Admiralty Islands, tt
tt Manila, where tho ) early target tt
tt prnctlco will bo held, anil, tho tt
tt ports of Hongkong, Woo Sing, tt
tt Koho and Yokohama, Only two tt
tt vessels! however, will go to tho tt
tt Chinese nnd Japaucso ports, ex- tt
tt cept that tho whole squadron will tt
tt assemble off Yokohama January tt
it 19th, on which day it will start tt
tt homo, touching at Honolulu and tt
it reaching San Francisco February tt
tt 15th. tt
tt leaving San Francisco, Sep- tt
tt tcmbcr nth, tho squadron will ar- tt
tt rlvo In Honolulu September 11th, tt
tt where It will remain nearly a J5
it month. It will leave October Cth tt
tt for Narcs harbor, Admiralty Is- tt
tt lauds, whcie It will arrive Oct- tt
tt obcr 18th, remaining six days, tt
tt ami reaching Manila November tt
tt 1st for n month's stay. Return- it
tt'ing homo, Honolulu will bo tt
tt reached February 1st forn wcck'5 tt
tt stay. tt
Gov. John A. Johnson of Minne
sota announced that ho hud sold his
home nnd other Interests nt St. l'eter
Minn,, and hereafter will live lit St.
Paul, whore ho has purchased n
homo on Lincoln avenue.
1 B. R, House and Lot, Alcwa.$ 500
2 B, R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kana-
3 B. R. House and Lot. St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Wolty Bldg. 74 S. King St.
HERE TO LOAF,
', INSISTS BRADLEY
"I am Just down here with my wife
for a loaf and have no Interest In the
local telephone situation ono wny oi
tho other," said B. C. llradley this
morning. Mr. llradley Is vice presi
dent of tho Pacific States Telephone
and Telegraph Company and his com
ing to Hawaii has been Interpreted as
having something to do with the rival
ry between the Automatic and tloll
Mr. Bradley Insisted that thero was
no ground (or the suspicion that he
wns here on an) thing but pleasure and
stated that he desired to forget all
about tho cares of business during his
sojourn In tho Islands.
Mr. Drndtcy was fonncrly malinger
o( tho Postal Telegraph Company and
took tho position with the Pacific
States Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany that was (urmcrlv held by Louis
Glass, Indicted b) the San Francisco
Grnivl Jury In connection with the
graft cases. (M!J
Major Window Is today In recclnt
of tho npproved mp, from Washing
ton of tho harbor lines at Honolulu.
Tho flnnl acccptnnc e or the harbor stir
vey settles n dispute of long stnndlng,
and Is tho result of a hearing held tho
inlter part ot April or this ear.
Tio first mlxtip tame about through
tho numerous surveys made by Mnjor
Langford and Mnjnr Amils, following
those made by purveyor General Wall.
It was tho contention of tho Federal
Government Hint the survey of tho
harbor carried Joo fur up Into tho
slips, which would have benefited pri
vate parties. Tin so vere finally
amended after a careful rc-survoy by
.Major vvinsiovv, aim aiioptecl arter a
hearing on the, mutter. Tho maps can
bo secured for tlfly cents by anyone
Interested nt tho office of the United
States (engineers lu the McCnndtess
l . i
In tho II ii 1 1 e t j n'cup series today
the Chicago nlncf defeated tho Detroit
bunch by l score of 10 to S, Tho bfind
Ing of tho team- Is as follows: Chi
cago, .fiCfi- Detroit, .333. There Is
still ono more game to bolln)ed In
tho competition, llut the Chicago team
cannot lose the cup now. '
Kn route to Yokohama, Japan, as
n missionary, Miss Sadie Woldner of
Tlflln, Ohio, arrived on the Korcn to
day, nnd Is n stop-over guest of Mrs.
De YOUNG HERE.
(Continued From Pe 1)
yens nro lrliiK to discover what It
nil means In 'my opinion It lint
so far shown to he u failure nnd car
ries such rcetrlrtlons with It as to
cffeetually pi event nlilo men to try
for the ofllces. In the first plnco It
Is necessarj to secure three per cent
of the party vote at tho preceding
election as signatures to a petition
for cnndldary, and this naturally
means that a prospective candidate's
expenses must he doubled the cost
being as n raudldate for nomination
In addition to the expenses that will
follow ,ln tho actual campaign for
election. Tho result Is that the most
desirable men nro not to he obtained
under the operation of the dlrert
primary, nnd Hint tho poorer class
of representatives will ho chosen for
Mr. Do Young stated thntytho San
Kianclsio newspapers have Just won
In a lockout or etchers Hint followed
in tho wake of n protest by tho un
ions over tho division of work be
tween etchers and printers In con
nection with n new Idea In machin
ery that vv.is Introduced.
"The union finally capitulated un
cnndltlonnll)," ho suld, "all or tho
papers standing together mid .refus
ing to1 he dictated to by tho reprc
rcnlutlvca of the rirganUiitlon."
Mr. Dp Young had words or
prnlso for the 7icinnimodnilcins ami
culslno on tho liner Korea nnd
stated that whjleiho and his family
had been extensive trnvelcrs, thoy,
had never boon so satisfied jns with
their first trip ncroBS tho Pacific, I
The ladles ot tho
nothing to criticize,'
Young with n smile, "unci that
purely sufficient Indication
nothing to rutlclzo was to b
nil) whore," x
Mr. Do Voting hns not i df elded
whether he will visit (he volcano,
his culgliial Intention heluj? n t pined
bis visit mi the Island of Ontiu.
tt x tt
tt Tho following wireless was re- tt
tt eclved by tho iigcnts of the S. S. U
tt Alameda: tt
tt "August 10, 1900. tt
tt "Alameda, 8 p..m tt
tt "All well. I'lno weather. Cur-
tt go 172" tons, "I cabin, 20 steer- t
tt age, ldl sacks mnll nnd Wells tt
tt Fargo Express. 894 mllei. Will tt
tt arrive nbout 7 n in Pi Ida)." V.
BACK FROM MIDWAY
After making u trip from Midway,
tho cableshlp Klaiircnrn Wnnl Coptuln
Plltz arrived this afternoon, docking
shortly after 1 o'clock.
Among those who arrived on her
were J. H. Swift nnd A. It. Tinker
who have been opeuitcirH on the Island
They s'i that tho ship will go to Guam
has been installed
at the Alexander
The Very Latest
Five-bedroom house in ex
Very low rental to perma
Will also rent for summer
Bishop Trust Co.
For Quick Communication
START A SAVING ACCOUNT.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co.,
Regulations Changed Between Aus
tria, Denmark and the United
States Foreign Countries Fall,
ing in Line on Standard Rates.
Accoidlng to new ostnl ordirs re
eclved b Postmaster Pratt todaj
Ironi Wellington, the rato of postage
Ironi here to Uenn.my has been reduced
I to two tents. Tho rate between Den
I nmk and the United States has been
changed on parcel post mall from $M
for four pounds, six ounces, to ISO for
eleven pounds, nnd tho rate on pack
ages will be twelve cents n pound. Un
tailed for mult from Austria In the
tutuie will not be returned hut will be
held for two months to ascertain name
of sender Postmaster General Hitch
cock's orders read as follows:
It Is hereby ordered Tho Postal Ad
ministration of normally hiving con
curred therein, that, commencing on
tho 1st ot August, 1!H)9, the rato of
postage applicable to haters mulled In
Hnwnll addressed for deliver) In tier
many shall be two (2) cents un ounce
or fraction of an ounce.
Notice Is given hereby that com
mcnclng on tho same duto, the postage
i.ito applicable to letters mulled In
(ermany addressed for deliver) In
Hawaii will he ten (10) pfennigs for
each twenty (20) grama or fraction of
Letters unpaid or short-pitd will be
c'lspntchcd to destination, but double
tho amount of tho deficient postage
calculated at tho rates ubovo ludlcit
cd, will he collectible of addresses up
c n the delivery of unpaid or short-paid
Tho I'oi-tal Administration or Den
mark and this Department having
ogrecd thereto, tho limit of weight
and value applicable to parcels admin
fclblo on and after tho 1st of August,
1909, tn the parcel post mails ex
changed .between Denmark nnd tho
Lnlted States will bo eleven pounds
nnd eighty dollars, Instead of fom
pounds six ounces and fifty dollars, re
spectlvely, ns at present.
The postngo rate applicable In the
United States to pnrccl-pont packnge
for Denmark will bo twelvo cents for
each pound or fraction of a pound, fill
prepayment being compulsory.
Ily virtue of the authority conferred
by Article XII or the Parcel-Post Con
vention between tho United States and
Austria, Article IX of that Convention
has been modified by agreement be
tween this department nnd tho Postal
Administration of Austria, so ns to
provide that If a parcel cannot ho de
llvered to or Is refused by the ad
dressee, tho sender shall be consulted
respecting Its disposal, provided that
If the sender of the parcel Is not heard
from within two months from the dato
ot the Inquiry addressed to him, the
parcel shall be treated ns abandoned
Pursuant to the above
It Is hereby oi deled, That on nnd
litter Iho first of August, 1909, "pur-
cols" received from Austria which for
my cause cannot ho dolivered shall
no longer bo returned to Austria nt
the expiration of thirty (30) da)s from
the duto of receipt nt destination, ns
Is tho present practice, but shall be
held tor n period or two months, until
tho sender can be communicated with
In tho mnnucr prescribed In paragraph
2, of section 705 of tho Postal Laws
and Tlrgulatlons, Edition of 1902, and
tectlon 127, on pigo 174 of the Postal
Ouldeor July, 19C9.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus-
corners come back.
Easiest to clean.
No trouble with doors.
Uses least ice.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent ot Public Work1
until 12 m or Saturday, August 2l
19U9, for the Installation of plum!?
Ing fixtures nnd connections nt tho.
Normal School, Honolulu.
Plans unit spec mentions nre oil
filo In the Department of Public'
All tenders to be on blank fornii
furnished by the Department of Pub
A certified check of ' per cent ot
the amount hid, made pnpnblc to
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, shall accompany
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
an) nnd all bids
Superintendent of Public Works.
I3SB- Aug 11, 12, 13.
A Hot Bath with
out having to burn
a lot of coal or wood
and keeping your
kitchen hot for
several hours is a
luxury, enjoyed by
persons who burn
Gas. The cost
of heating the water
by gas is' not above
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDQ.
J' WHW1' '',.1. ' ' J
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist. ,
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting. 2-3 p. m., Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12 ,
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
Piano Tuning and (
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
OAT & MOSSHAN.
Laces and Embroideries
They play four minutes on
the wonderful Edison Phono,
graph and renroduce the
world's best music, song and
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young; Bldg.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 166 Bcre:
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4?
p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1461
Bicycle shop and general repairins
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KINO, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
Bulletin Business Office Fhon: 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185?
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