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EVENING ni'tLETIN. HONOLULU T It . VEDNE3DY JULY 27, IftlO.
jTRAVELS OF A
WHITNEY & MARSH, I'd.
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! French Vessel Enroute
I With Cargo For
Tennis Match And-Aquatic
Sports To Be
Plantation end Country Stores
BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
abovdthesea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
--Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
WILL SOON ISM
Iron Where it's Cool
ALL THE DISCOMFORTS OF IRONING VANISH BE
FORE The Electric Iron
IT IS AS ESSENTIAL IN THE MODERN HOME AS
TELEPHONE 390 AND OUR SOLICITOR WILL CALL.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Compare them with other brands of olives in the mar.
ket and you will be instantly convinced of their superi
Sold by All Grooers-
The "GrabowsRy Truck"
1, IV?. 2 AND 3 TONS
The result of inaccess ble power plant is neglect. The
quick detachable power plant is a decided innovation in
commercial cars. The removal of engine and transmission
is a one-man operation, and requires but a very few minutes.
, HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
W. M. MINION, Mcr.
Office 875 South S ree. Near Corner of King Street
For Land Opening Additional Land
Agents to Be Appointed to Fa-
1 ilitate Work.
Tlie proclnmutlo'li tor tlio opening of
public IiuiiIh of tin! Territory for
lionu'DtPiiila lias lietn completed aiul
it will be IkhuciI enrly next week by
Governor Walter V. Krcnr.
Kvcr since the Oovcrnor returned
from IiIh trip to the mainland ho linn
had Land Commissioner Campbell In
consultation with him dally In going
over the homestead projects which arc,
to be opened to the public In the neat
future. The u liolo land for homestead has
been considered and tlio ploclamutlon
has been revised several limes n ord
er that It will mc( evory requirement
and leave no loopholes, of uny kind.
There arc to he sown uddltlonul
land agents appointed so us to facil
itate tlio applicator)' of homesteaders
for land In that ticy Will not liavo to
travel so fur to sec maps of the land
avnllablo ,for homestead and to tile
With the additional men to be ap
pointed theiu will bu three agents on
Maul and four on Hawaii In addition
to those five already appointed for the
Islands, making u total of twelve men
who will bu agents for the go em
inent In land matters. .
Theso additional agents will bu up
pointed within the next few days und
will nil bu called to Honolulu early
next - oek.
While here they will bo Inutructed
by Commissioner Campbell in the
duties which they uro to ierform, sort
of a school of Instruction being held
At the conclusion of two or three
days conferences on tho land law and
Its application to their duties, the
agents will return tu their stations to
taku up tho work to which they will
The ways of the French bounty
earning ships arc deh oils' and long.
The Imrk Jean Uaptlste, flying tho tri
color of Prance, sailed from Lclth on
the twentieth of lust February with
her destination Riven as Honolulu.
The Jcuti IlaptUtn Is bringing n
general shipment of Huropcnn mer
chandise and freight for the Hawaiian
Islands and upon nrrlwil hero her '
Interests will he looked after through
tint agency of II. Itackfcld & Co.
The Jean Iluptlste Is of course one
of a large number of deep scu vessels
sailing under the banner of tho
French Hcpuhlic whose owners con
tinue to draw down a fat stipend 'from
tho government In the form of u sub
sidy for every mile Unversed by the
craft while hearing cargo.
Those who profess to know some
thing of the methods employed In tho
operation of bounty earning ships de
clare that the Jean Ilaptlsto tuny ,
make 'a very long passage to tho Ha
wullun Islands. Tho vessel Is now out
one hundred and sixty-six days from
her original starting point. It Is
claimed that It would not be nt nil
unlikely that tho skipper of the Jean
Ilaptlsto would decido to put In to
some out of the wny port for tho pur
pose of replenishing his diminishing
supplies of food or water.
Tho Jean Ilaptlsto could mako n
call nt an Australian port for Instance
und thereby greatly lengthen the tlmo
and length of voyngo from Ilth to
At any rate tho Jean Ilaptlsto Is pre
sumably sure and sound, sailing leis
urely over a devious course with Ha
waii ncl as her objcctlvo point. '
When the Honolulu tennis players
rcacli Kahulnl on August 1.1. they will ,
lie met nt the wharf by I'rnnk llald
win, who will take the party to his,
beautiful homo for bieakfnst. After
breakfast the pnity will bo taken
around tho licit pint of Mnnl ami tv.ll
bo shown everything wort hscoiiig.
Tennis will Marl at nine o'c.ock
and will be continued till noon, when'
lunch will bu served. Then the titilr-1
nntmnt will be continued and the fate
of the I'uiincito cup will be decided.
In addition to the tennis there will
bu a swimming competition In which
the I'liunenc men nnl tlio Honolulu
folk will take part. A rflty race for
six men nslde will bu pulled off. and
cacli innn will have to swim twenty
five arda. I
Tho now swimming pool which Isj
situated right alongside the tennis j
courts Is now open for business, and
tho cincks of Piuinrno nro getting
Into tho best posslblo condition.
iliero win up a uaiii-p uu mu u ru
ing of tho Inter Island 'tennis nuilch,
und It will follow the dlnupr,thnt will
celebrate tin winning of the I'imiicno
Cup. Tho Honolulu pcoplu are as
Hiireit of n good time and the big mill
folk always do thingi In style,
Tho ruunene team has been select
ed but It is possible that ono team
may drop out. Savugo, tho crack
player of tho Valley Island, has Injur
ed his U&. and may not (day for
some months to coiiiu. Tho following
names have been sent down by Super
Intendmt Senrby, who Is In charge of
tho tournament- F. I-'. Ualdwln, Sav
age. Itlchardson, Meyers, UoHecrnns,
Turner, Illcu. A. Ualdwln, Searby,
Thompson, Lougher, Taylor, Collins
DLL I 9
In KID, SILK and LINENS
from 15C UP
Begins Monday Morning,
liond for uppeal to the Supremo
Court has been tiled In tho caio of
Helcmano Lund Company vs. C M.
V. roster, trustee, unit Walalua Agri
cultural Company, for an accounting.
NEW GOLD MINE ,
In the last number of Lloyd's Week- J
ly, issued at lindOn, tliero Is a most
remarkable report of it newly discov
ered gold mine hi lirlllRh Columbia.
It is located nt the head of Portland
canal nt u placo mimed Stuart.
It Is estimated that the gold having
cln Is 1000 feet wide und SOU feet
deep and will go 100 to tho ton
through and through.
The mine lias been worked by
Stuart, the man for whom tho placo
was named, for somo Utile tlmo anil
he hns endeavored to keep It quiet
but the news has got out now and
thousands uro rushing toward that
part of tho country.
Thero will bo an entlio clungo of
bill nt tho New Orphcum tomorrow
night tho offering hsing tho laughuhlo
musical comedy "Tho Wrong Mr.
Smith." No less than twelve musical
numbers have been arranged by mus
ic dliectnr Charles Justl for "Tho
Wrong Mr. Smith." all of which prom
Iw to ho of tuneful and catchy call
bor. Mils Rnckwnll will again slug
two numbers by request, ono of them
being "Sonora" und thu other "'Tip
pcrnry." Miss Olgu Stech hai a pret
ty number to do In "Pansles Mean
Thoughts am' Thoughts Mean You."
Miss Atkins, Mis Schuyler, Miss Can
field, Carloton Chase, Harris McQulrc,
Hurry I-'nrrltty and Harry Stuart will
ulso been seen und heard In new und
I novel specialties. This 1-4 tho last'
night of "A Family Cyclono."
Honolulu Construction & Drnvlns
Co. d livers while sand, black sand,
coral and soil In uny quantity to any
part of tho city nt tho lowest market
prices. Phono 281.
LIFE BYTWO MEN
Continued from Faze 1)
nfter somo hard buttling succeeded In j
getting hold of thu drowning man
and getting his head ubove water,
cvci.tually landing him In tho willing
hands on board the launch. I
Dry clothing and restbratlves were I
supplied and the two near drowned i
men wno conveyed to town by Mr. '
Denlson In his auto. , j
The bout was a.terv.-urd ploieil up
and mndo fust to tlio dredger.
0 cor go Paris, who was with Mr.
Illchurds In tho bout, tells a graphic
story of tho capsizing of tho craft and
the narrow escape from drowning.
"Tho failure of the englno was tho
cnuse of the accident," said Parts this
morning. "Wo did nut have sail on
the craft and when the engine broke
down wu were curried broadside to
tho big waves und were soon strug
gling! in tho water. For u while tho
mast of the boat, catching in the coral
bottom, held it steady, und we culled
loudly for assistance to people on u
United Stntes tug but they could not
venture nenr whoro we vvero strug
gling lor our lives.
"Mr. Illchnrds' strength was falling
him fust und ho would surely have!
drowned .had not the Hawaiian
plunged Into tho water nud saved
him. 1 wus exhausted ni.vt.olf und,
wh'ti I slipped off the lioat and vvenl .
down I felt us though I hud gone
down u mile. If I hnd not bcon u
good swimmer 1 would have surely .
"The man who sijv-ed Mr. Richards
was tuklng desperate chnnccs und I
wus exhausted himself when ho had
brought Itlchurds to u placo of
We have just receiyed from the S. S. Wilhelmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EYIBROIDERIBS und LACES
They arc all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT 5c AND 10c A YARD
Come enrly and pick the best patterns.
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETHEL AND FORT STREETS
Yosemite Valley '
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b;auty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffio Manager. Y. V, R R.'. Merced, Cal.
EXCAVATING, FILLING, STONE WALL, CURBING, SIDEWALKS,
PLOWING, ETC., ETC.
" I will give yoa low figures on any one of above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give mo a chance.
VINEYARD STREET, EWA HUUANU STREAM
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 0:30 p. m. Phone 583
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Last Week- $2 SO Shoe Sale
Many New Lines
LAIRD, SCH0BER & CO,
$4.5Ci, $5 and $5.50
OXFORDS, BLACK and TAJi
Hae Eeen Added to Those
Now on Sale
, '.A SAVING OF FROM
$1 to $2.50
ON EVERY PAIR
3.50, $4 and $5 Values
E. P. REED & CO.
$3.50. $4 and S4.50
PATENTS, TAN LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Weekly Bulletin. $1 Year
Stands for and ifi
the name of
Nothing but the
best material and
used in their sSM
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
I Sole Agents
U ADLUH.I, If ,,'!
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