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EVENING BULLETIS'. HONOLULU T H,TKURDY AUG i, HQ ...
Plantation and 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
mHE ADVERTISER who
uses the classified column
has one distinct advantage
over a competitor who can
afford display space. The classified .advertiser talks
to a buyer who knows what he wants. People who
lead classified advertisements do so because they are
fookinjr for something. When the classified advertiser
tells them where to find it, the Bulletin reader
is prompt in response. Classified advertisers in the
Bulletin nre chared but one cent a word.
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NKW YOI1K. .Iiilj 13 What promIfH to bo one of tho moat sensational legislative! Investlgntlons ewr htld
In this countrv was started July 8 In New Yoik city Ulglit members of the New Yoik Benaln nnd uiiscnibl)
lme been nainul to deho Into secrets of past corruption Tho famous Allds Conger Investigation will be a
rnmll Incident to tho Inquiry. The committee will have $30 000 for expenses It will sit ut Intervals during
the biunuiei and fall, most of Its sessions being held In Now York and Albany. It Is utupoeied to investi
gate chnrges of alleged corruption growing out of tho mysteiles of flro, Industrial and other branches of Hit
Insurance business, with tho exception of life nnd such other matters as mny bo brought to ItH attention on
charges "pioperly sworn to and orlfled b u!!ldnlt" The latitude permitted lio committee will also allow It
In piobu Into mi) other charges which In the Judgment of tho members nio Justified The uiembeiH urn sen.
aiafors Victor M Allan. Aloxander llrough, Hubert K. Wagner, Assomblymeii IMwIn II. Merrltt. Jr, William
Colpo, 1'iedeilelt II. Toombs, Trunk I.. Young uml James A. Toley.
HAVE COMPLETE LEdSt-ATVE
Phone No. 50
ON N 11.11 KLMI.NA
Tho Sim Francisco Kxniulncr of
Jul 27th Hnys
V II. Perkins of Chicago, n pns
sengcr In tlui Btenmer Wllhclmlnn
I from Honolulu, met lilt flnncee at tlio
, dock yesterday upon landing with tho
bail ncwH that lie bud been robbed of
$240 In cash on the. way up from the
Islands. Then Perkins und tils fiance,
an attractive young woman, hdrrlcd-
j ly left tho iloclt, before tho newspn-
, permen or nn body elso could lenrn
more about l'ic alTalr. ..
j Perkins went to Honolulu to. look
after the affairs of un uutotnatlc (el-
pphono company. When two dayx 9141
(mm Honolulu, on the way to this
city, ho mlstied IiIh purse, whlih ho
remembered oh Inn Ins placed lief
j ncath his pillow the night before. 1,'p-
I on going to hla stateroom, however,
I he wns unable In find uny trticc or tho
purse or Uh contents, nor could the
search that Captain Johnson mid the
crew began lend to uny clew .
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nets office. These are the telephone
numbera of the Bulletin office.
ON THE KOREA
Pacific Mail Liner May
Be Given Prompt
The I'.iilflc Mall liner Korea, from
the Orient, has been heard from
through the receipt of a Wireless
message of over tin ce hundred words
which cune to the agency of It.
Ilnxkfoltl lust evening
The Ivt-icu Is bringing Dr. Pov
tei, n I'ulted States Marine Hospital
aflitln1, who for some time past hat
hem Mntlotied at Hongkong, I)i.
Pouter will make utt Inspection of
tho pasengers nnd members of tho
crew lit fore nrrlval here, and It Is
expc ted that the essel will there
fore be granted Immediate pratique
b) the local quaarntlno officers.
According to ndvlces received here.
tho Korea Is expected to arrive oft
tlw quarairtlne about 2 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon. The vessel was
96 miles off the port last night.
Should the steamer reach the en
trance to the harbor between 2 ami
.1 o'clock on Saturday afternoon,' she
will In a'l ptobahlllty be dispatched
for San I'm 11 lico nt or near 10
o'rlock on Sunday morning. Tho
vensi-l Is bringing fourteen hundrct
and fifty Ions of general "nrgo from
Manila, Hongkong and Japnncsg
ports of call.
Included In this consignment for
Honolulu are 3S8C sacks of bone
meal far fertilizer, 8540 sacks rlj-c,
429 barrels of Oriental wine, 130
bundles of matting, 210 casks of
nut nil, r. 40 tubs mlsti, CliO tubs
sake, 74S tubs soy and R9!).1 pack
There Is room on board the Korel
for nt least one hundred and twenty
live cabin passengers from Honolulu.
According to the booking list at II.
Hnckfeld & Co., nearly this number
have signified their Intentlon'of tak
ing passage for the Coast by the
liner. It Is stated that- nil appll.
cants ran be accommodated, ,
THE JTEW ORPHEUM,
" The luugMiahT 'musical farce,
"0'0rnd)'s Friend," which Is being
retained on tlie'boarils at the New
Orpheum foY'the balance of the week.
Is a pronounce suietl'&s In every
way and Is deservlugvof the patron
age given It Only thrte' more nights
remain befnrl) fthe CY.nlng of -tho
Casino Musical Coined)' Compaio's
engagement. On Wednesday the
members of the company" will depart
on the"8lerra for San Francisco. A
change of musical program Is prom
ised for tonight, nnd nil of the prin
cipals will be heard In now mini
bcrB All of the successes of the
rencon will bo repented during thu
remainder of tho week.
I'l.NCHOr SYS IIUIIIIANK
is om: of "Oiikat .mi:n"
LiiiiiIk HorllriilliirM After Long Dis
cussion on (Ironing Trcct
Santo Itosa, July 23. "I consider
Luther Durtmnk one of the greatest
men In the world today," was Gilford
l'lnchofa declaration lifter meeting
the horticulturist In this city today.
It was not the first time they had
met, as sonic years ago I'lnchnt nnd
Ilurbiink talked ot the possibilities of
llurbnnk'B great work.
I'lnchot wus particularly Interested
In Ilurbunk's attainment In making
trees grow rapidly nnd thereby be
come of greater value as wood pro
ducers. Ilurbank says he tiellcvos In the
conservation doctrine as expounded
(icoimi: v. picks out
DKSHIN F0H STAMPS
llojnl Philatelist Pngngril In a Tnhk
'Unit Delights Ills Collector's Soul
IOndon, July 23 King Reorgo nt
Inst has n Job after his Awn heart,
that of supervising the production of
the new Kngllsh postage stamp. Ha
Is prtisldont of the English Philatelic
Society, uud Is working on the propo
sition with characteristic assiduity.
He 1ms liiid sol era I rough doslgna
submitted, but thus fur nono baio met
with his upprovnl.
Ho Is anxious to break u way from
tho tj-udltlonal portrait stamp and get
something artistic, picturesque and
sjmbollcal, as Is the cuse with the
French and Tasmania stumps.
Sycophantic members of the court
suggest that his own portrait wpuld
be the best design, but the king re
fuses to lUton to them. Ho Is pos
sibly una of tie greatest experts In
phllatellsm In the world, possessing u
btump collection valued at over $500,
000. In his own words, "stamp col
li cling Is one of the greatest pleas
uies of my life"
Q'Tor Halo" cards at Bulletin...
Quarantine Was Lifted
And Vessel Came
The Aim r lean Hawaiian freighter
Vligiulau, wltlt her laige shipment
jof geneial cargo nnd merchandise
from both the en&t nnd west consts,
of the United States, came Inside th.)
Iiaibor mid berthed nt the railway
w.iaif at m i-Uil) hour this morning.
'I be Vlrgllilliu was Milder tlie Inn
of ihe IVdcnil iu.iruutlue seivlre
thiougliout )oateril.i). A cable re
ceived li) tleneiul Freight Agent C.
I' Morto bifct night cleared up thu
dliricult) In whl h Captain Urecne,
muster of the Virginian, found him
self owing to his fnlluie to keep in
his possession a certificate of fumi
gation that hnd been Issued the ves
sel b) the medical tinker stationed
nt S.illmi Cruz,
Dr. Curl Itamus nnd his staff of
medical officers who look nftor thn
health of the port of Honolulu ar.
exercising uiiilsual 'nre In tho hand
ling of veptHls now arriving fiotn
foreign ports, It Is well known In
heajlh chiles that considerable sick
ness has been reported fiom the Mex
ican and Central American const.
It has therefore been required of tho
American-Hawaiian essels that they
iecele u thorough rumlgatlon befpre
departing from thu I'ajfic terminal
of the Tchunntepcc Hallway. When
this work has been accomplished to
the satisfaction of the medknl au
thorities stationed there, n ccrtlfl
cale to that effect Is Issued and given
to tho sklppei
It Is claimed that when tho health
authorities or San Diego visited ths
Virginian upon her nrrlval, the cer
tificate of fumigation, together with
Lother papers, weie taken up and thi
paper certifying that tho fumlga
tlon of the ship had been performed,
Is Bald to have not been returned,
Tho Virginian Is expected to be
ready to sail for Kabulul on Sunjay
evening From tho Maul port tho
Virginian will ( proceed to Kaatm
pall imd theuce-lii llljo. A quantity
of sugar will be, taken on at inrloiu
LUCAS TOO BUSY
"M business Interests n.-o such
thut t luno decided to retlrs from
politics, 1 will not run for the oinco
Jack I.ucas, who Is familiarly
known by thu llawjllans-as "Panlnl
Jack." made the iiIhuo statement this
morning when Interviewed on the
Jack said that ha had previously
nnnounccd that he was a candidate
for ma) or on the Republican ticket,
lint since then, his business Interests
have developed to such an extent ns
to requlro his entire time. Ho ac
cordingly decides to ktcp nut of poli
tics. J. C. Cohen, the aspirant for Sen
atorial honor, who, Is said to still
hnvo the support of his friends. Is
looking around for more support. One
of Joo's friends says that Joe should
get the Wunpoit of the business com
munity, and to that cud, he Is work
ing day and night.
I Dnsplto tho heavy rainfall this
morning, Cohen wus out In tlu) street
feeling tho political pulsa of his
WHY NOT STOP THAT
10c Will Bring A Sample Direct From
the D. D. D. Laboratories.
Is It worth 10 cents to you to stop
that awful, awful agonizing Itch?
If )ou nre afflicted with skin ills
care, tho kind that seems to baffle
medical treatment, 'and leaves )Oii
wild with Itch, wo hope you will not
fall to luvcstlgato a prescilptlon which
Is now recommended by many of the
best skin specialists, oven In prefer
ence to their own prescriptions. It Is
I tho simple, soothing nil of winter
I giecn compound known as D, I). D.
1 Proscilptlon and sells at $1.00 n bot
tle Hut a 10-cout sample bottle must
convince )ou that tho Itch Is Instant
ly allayed by tills prescription. Oet n
llbtial samplo bottlo of the healing,
soothing, external remedy, D. D. D.
Prescription and see!
Wo feel quite sure that boforo long
you wilt be cured, and nt Jny rnto
wo know KNOW POSITIVELY
1 that your Itch will he allayed Instantly
tho minute thai soothing liquid Is up
piled to tho skin
Wrlto direct to D. D D, Co, U2
Michigan St, Chicago, enclosing 10
cents for tho samplo bottlo.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort St.
"Did Slmpklns get any damages In
that assault case?" "Did lie? My
dear fellow, you ought to see his
face." St. Louis Star
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
i www W nnest i'"i""H 1 1 Am ,. -m
' SILKS, LAWNS,
and WASH GOODS
of all kinds
(Special 11 u 1 1 e tin Correspondence)
Hllo. Aue. 1. Membership, on thn
locnl board of registration nnnenr tn
bo nt u discount this year. Two out
of the three members of the board
for ICnst Hawnll hao resigned,
Otto Itose the Hepubllcan member.
..l..,.B,.,,,u ."Bu.y.."" ..-"I
last I-rlday. He slated that he had
npplled for tho position long before
he thought of running for Supinls-
or, and Hint, now that ho expected to
take a very active part In politics, he
did not think It proper to accept the
M. S. Pachcco, the Homo Mule mem-
ber, resigned for n similar reason, as
he expects a nomination for Supervis
or from the Home Kulers.
The name of John Knkne was rec
ommended by the Democrats, but they
hnvo been informed that ho Is not
eligible, and as a consequence the
unterrllled ones hitve suggested the
name ot V K. Campbell. In tliel
nieantlmo J K. Maa litis recolvcd n'upatcli from Lime Lnko says one life
letter from Secretary Mott-Smlth wnH '"" ulul 'wo Persons seriously In
stating that If ho resigned us nil dec- J"rcu" wllu" a cloudburst uud electric
tlon Inspector, ho might bo nppolnted nl H'orm visited tho summer resort
on the board of registration.
It la mulnratnnil flint Inrmnr m,r.
vJsor 8upo hns been recommended by
the Kepubllcans Id fill the vacancy
created by Hoso's resignation, but that
Joe Vlerra has also been strongly
backed for tho place.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
7,c ""7 ' "7""' """""tho lnko when the cloudburst broke, i
stialns and sprains In Joints or muscles . . I
from nuy causo,
All druggists, 25, 31,
fiOc sizes, I
nrgo bottles tho cheapest.
An lndluua man iiuullowcd 11 mini-
ber of radish seeds uud planted liver
pills In his gurdun, The return to the
soli movement has Its drawbacks
How people love money! And how
they like to ubuso other people fur
loving It! Atchison Globe.
Will Continue till Saturday 1
The fifty men from Cofhpaii) II
20th Infantry, undor l.lentenani
Pardee, made good 111 their Btren
'V'"8 hlke "yfr U' K?olai' rnl"" Q
j iiu iimu were 1ul iu n uiuue mi
linos that might be expected In tlm
rt ti ns -t ulinnl.' n n 1 rrAt 1 ti t n 1 m
,pan,,rKhUr.toTh. other sldeof J
the island Hi n hurry. rcgardles
Tne ,,, lind ,nBte of k,nil,
of W(,nther from sflnshlne to deluge
Lieutenant Pardee states that In-
experienced nothing so severe dnr
lug his service In the Philippines
To add ciedlt to the bo)s vvliu
! made this hike. It Is stated that n
foid passed their lips for tvM'tv W
four hours. If
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CliiuilliiirM mid Klcclrlc Slorm YMl u
Summer l(cirt .Vcnr ltochriter.
Itochester, N V., July 13. A de
I Into yeslerduy afternoon. Two Inches
Of WUttT fell In llVO HllnUteS. CaUSlnC I
. loa to property and crops. 1
i "nlpli Westcott, of Frunkllnvlllo, a
IC-Jeur-old ciimpor, was killed by
lightning while In a small Iron boat
,wn several companions from u Pres
byterian Sunday school camp, In
charge of the Itev. George Storncr
Tho boys were caught In the inlddlo of
u..u .,,1.7 nmiim lunillfi IllUWI IJI
8llDro- whlI tllclr rocking boat filled .
liupldty with vvutir. They wero within i
a few ynrds of the shore when n bol
of lightning struck tbe.in. Westcott
s:nted In the middle ot tho bout, win
luntnntly killed, nnd two of his com
panlon wero seriously hint, 0110 ol
them lining knocked out of tho boat,
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