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The town lias been out of calcium carbide for some time. Not out
now, as we have Just received a large shipment. The greatest gas
bicycle lamp la flio new
20th Century Lamp
tt Is made of oxidized nickel Does not tarnish nor rust, and the
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(Continued from Pago 1.)
" mil ii ii ifnin rMSii J' "dlL
f YOU are a
If you htvve Jcmnle troubles you must
euro them with direct treatment
There li no female trouble without Inflamma
tion. 1 o euro this Inflammation jou must treat
it tfirfit, ia must apply to the inflamed
organs the healing antiseptic agent. When jou
cut jour finger do )ou take medicine for It I If
you chop jour arm or jour foot so that It Is
raw, do j ou take a dose of ph) sic ? No, ) ou apply
directly to the Inflamed surface the soothing,
healing, cooling elements. Nature does the rist.
It is ilie same with female troubles, womb
diseases, painful menses, and ovarian disorders,
i'here is IniUmniatlon which must be cured and
whiili medicine taken through the stomach can
not reach. '1 he rial cure for these troubles Is
which Is applied directly to the parts and heals promptlyand
for gwd. l'rairie l'lant Is the acknoledged and the
common sense cure for the troubles which wreck women s
lives. It acts gently and ijuickl), and its tonic properties are
Open jour eyes to the truth! Don t waste V our life, and
throw away jouth, beautv, and strength, by Irving to do tho
Impossible. Use l'rairie l'lant for vour derangid organs
and vou will be grateful alwajs.
At all Druggists, or we will send a full three-months' treat
ment for f i.oo, securely sealed in a plain package. To prove
our confidence in it we will send a sample absolutely free.
KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO.
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.
rnuscd by the Improper handling of tha
appliances and gear of the Nocau by
the oillecrs and crew thereof, who had
exclusive control of the same In the
transfer of this sugar, Is plain after a
consideration of all the evidence, and
the fad of this exclusive control Is nn
Important element In this class of cases.
(Miller vs. 0. S. S. Co. US N. Y. 208-9;
Cummlngs vs. N. 12. Co. CO Wise. 612;
The Robert Lcwers, Kstec, J., p. 1-7;
The Robert I.cwers, 114 Ted, Rep. S47).
nnd especially Is this so In view of tho
fact that the court Is unable to hold
that there was contributory negli
gence on the part of the llbellant."
The court next considers the dam-
nges. Lorenzen's Roundness when the
accident happened Is mentioned, togcth
cr with his earning of $60 a month as n
cettlflrnted first officer. The eourt was
inclined to agree with Dr. Taylor, an
expert called by the defendant. In his
1 Judgment that, while the Injury wai
.permanent, jet the body of llbellant
I would adjust Itself In time to the short
ness of the Injured leg, nnd that at the
i end of two years the leg would be as
j useful us It was before It was hurt. Ill
that case, at the end of two jeais. If
not before that time, the llbellant would
i be able to resume his vocation as sen
I man The court therefote allows Lo
licnzen $1410, being the amount of
' wages It was reasonable to assume h
'could have earned In two years If he
had not been disabled by this Injury,
In ryldltlon thereto, llbellant was en
titled to something for the iiijmy Itself
and tho pain and suffering consequent
thereon. According to Dr. Ilumphrls
and Dr Taj lor. the Injury was perma
nent although the disability was not
'i 3 co.
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THOMAS BRACKET REED'S
MODERN ELOQUENCE and AFTER DINNER SPEECHES
fiend for Catnlofue--PRtlIi.
Kill! moon on the 2lth, nt C.1G n m
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul ana HIIo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than (Ireen wclh time, being
n.dt of the meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. tn wblcn
Is the same as Greenwich, un Om.
Weather Iliiicmi ,1'unahou, .luly lu
Temperature Morning minimum.
74; .Mlddaj maximum, S2,
llnrometer at 9 n. in. 30.00 Steady
Rainfall 0 27.
Dew Point m
llumldlt.v nt it a. m. 70 per cent
Diamond Head Hlgnal Station. Jtily
13. Weather cloudj ; wind fresh Nil
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
A wide range of patterns, styles
the latest! colors font, work
manship correct, all sUes.
Tuesday July ir
Stmr. M.-nina I .on. Sliucisun. ftoiii
Knu, Kona and Maul potts, at " 1U a,
m. vvmi 0S12 fiags sugar. S2 bags tof
fee, 111 bags taio, 123 bundleR In i3-
Wlillc the bones had knit the Joinder nas, 30 sathB awn, 32 bags butter, oi
was not perfect but nn overlapping on easts Irults. J ban els fiults. ,1 baits
and there was a curvature that would tobacco. 8 ImrreTs pol, 1 canoe, T5 plgi)
make the leg continue fiom three-- au bead cattle and 1.11 packages sin
quarters of an Inch to an Inch shoiter ,tvs
than the other. Moreover, he had suf- s. -s ,.,., isbnrj, from the Oil-'
feied .great bruises wns conlllied tu . , nt c ...
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
the Queen's hospital mote than tin re
months btlll suffering pain and might
alwnj's do so. The coin t toucludes Its
decision as follows-
"It Is dinicult to mensiiie pain In
nioncj-. In mo.t of the cases examined
by the court whireln Injuries of a
similar natuie were tubt.ilnc il. the uvcr
nge damages assessed Is about $4000,
In full of evcijthlng Howevei, In tin)
main, these enbes show nn injury. If
not greater at tho outset, jet more
sc-vete In the permanent disabling ef
fects than In the case nt bar. I nm
tin refoic of opinion that In view of all
the tlrcuniHtinccs of this case, the sum
of $1."i00 would be a fair compensation
for the extra pain and suffering cu
lured b.v llbellant. and will allow thill
amount In addition to the $1440 ahead)
allowed, making a total of $2941) dollars,
together with costs of suit."
GARRETT PUTNAN SERVISS' Well Known Lecture on
Beautifully Bound, sent to anyone on Application.
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200-201 JUDO BUILDING
o o cooooooosiy(
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT NO.
27, BLOCK "B," HILO, HAWAII.
On Thursday. August 14th, 19u2. at
12 o clock noon, at the ft out eiitiunej
Ot the executive building, will bo soli
ai f ubllc Auction, the lease of (lovern
raent Lotoo. 27, DIocL 11, ililu, Hawaii
Term 30 jcars.
Upset Rental $240.00 per annum
payable qtiaiterlj in advance.
This sale Is upon tho conditions pro
vlded for in Sections 2 and 4. of Act i
of the Laws of lMiti, viz:
Section 2. Hveiy Mich lease sha'l
contain a covenant on tho p.ut of the
Jctseo that he sunll dining the lilt'
lour years of tho term of tho leasn
caUBo to be erected upon tho lenbtfl
property a flrepioof building of biick, stone or metal
ttone or metal, In n workmanlike) man -Maps or this lot can he seen nt tho
nr, sstlsfactoiy to the Supeilnten.leiit m- "r K- - Rlcbarils, Hllo, Hnwa:i,
of Public Wen ks at not less than a nl1 nt the office of the Supeilntendeut
UstcJ cost and shall keep the sa-ja of I'hllc Woiks.
Htltably Insured nt not less than two- JAMHS H. ROYD,
thirds of its value, for the benefit Superintendent of Public Works.
the lessor; nnd shall keep such bull,!- Depoitment of Public Woiks. .Julv
Jiig In good repair dining the remat.i ,14th, 1902. SlOS-St
tjer of tho term of the lease, leasnnable i """i" ;
nse and wear theieof only excepted,
end In enso of damage) oi destine tto
of such TluIIdlng by Hie sTTall mako
i;uod such loss or damugo by tho nee'
ctsary repairs or leeonstiuctlon,' oi
t.'sc surrender the Insuranco to tho ma Hall
Section t. Kveiy such leaso sln'.l
n iso contain a covenant on the part if
tl e lessor that upon the rceiucsl In
wilting of the lessee or nls represeiii v
lives, before the explintlon of titrf
term thereof, the piemises, with the
impioveiiients shall, it all the com'!
lions to be peiformi'd by the lctw
have) been satlsfne torlly perfoiiiied, b
pu. up at auction for n lease for a ienu
of not over twenty yeais, unli'ss saiil
premises shall be required for public
iites, or which the lesseo shall leeeltu
at least one yenr's notice. SuchailO
ten sale shall bo held not moie th.-u
six mouths nor less than one month
be tore tho expiration of such term.
The cost of the building to he erect
cil In accordance with Section 2, aforit
l.'cntloned, to cost not less than $2,
The mnteilal to be used for the erej.
tlon of said building to be of brick
The tegular meeting of Honolulu Ac-
lie. No. 140, rratcrnal Order Ilaglos.
,.'111 be held Wednesday evening, J illy
to. nt San Antonio Hall, at 7:30
All memheis are refiuested to bo
present. O. W. ANDHRSOX,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors df Maraea Kopena (vM
decenseil, aro heteby notified to pie-
sent their claims, duly authenticate"!,
and wlib the proper voucheis, If nnv
exist, even If the clnlm Is seciired l.iy
rccutgnge upon leal estate, to me at
my lesidenee nt Manoa, In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
within SIX .MONTHS Ijom the date tl
this notice. If such claims be Hilt pic
m nteil wltldn six months from I'm
date of this notice they hhall bo foi
Dated at .Manoa aforesaid, July 13,
ifi2. maim: kkkua,
i:rcutilx of tho last Will and Testa
njent of Mataea Kopena (w), Do
1. r. DcllOIT,
Atiicney Tor hxetutrlx.
2198 July 15, 22, 29; Aug. 5.
I Catpenters' Local Union meeMs
Thursday, July 17, 1902, in Queen Em-
Uuslnoss of Importance.
Honolulu, July 14, 19u2.
Cettlflcatcs of Awnuls made by 'he
Mto Claims Commission for losses hi
cut ted In the suppression of Uuboj.ie
J'lnguo In 1899 and 1900 will bo leadv
for distribution to Attorneys or Recoitl
at the office of the Commission nt Hit
Hxi'eullvo building, on Tuesdaj', Julj
1.1. 1902, at 9o'c!oelcn. m.
lly older of tho Commission.
J. M. R10OR.
Cn-rk ITro Claims Commission.
P. W. MACFARI-ANE. thalrman.
Grown Bridge Work a Specially
t row ns I
win n I
I I I I SI.T
Tl I rn
Modern High-class Dentistry
(frK nAsmi.6e .
IJIIICI. MOCKS -'SUMIA1S Hit , M
At Low Prlci All VVurk nuiranu nl
Our prkrs are as luw as thtf IumitsI
1 V L AlLlN
j I L ILKUI.&ON
D, l S.
2IK Hotul St.. opp. Union
P.OIiox6. Ilosoiuiu, Til.
Tui'selay, .Inlj 13.
Scbr. Mnlolo, nnilcrs, foi Ilanalel
and Kalllilwni. at .1 p. in. I
Schr. Lady, .Mokl, for Koolnu poits.
Str. Keaiihoii. Tulh'tt. for Raima
Auahohi. KlluiK'ii. Ilanalel and Kallui
wal, nt .1 p m
Str. Nor-au Mosher. for l.ihnlna,
Knanap.ill, llonokiia mid ICuktiihaeli-,
at .1 p. m.
Am lik. S (' Allen, Johnson, for Pan
Plane li o. with 22,000 li.igj sugar and
12 i.isfiigi-rs. hi 3 p m.
Sehr. Cemeord, for P.iiiullo.
S. S China, Pinch, leu the- Oilent. at
Stinr. John Cuiiinilns. Senrle, for
Koo'inu ports, at 7 a. m.
.St mi". Klnait. I'li-cman, for Hllo aid
way ports, at noon.
S S. Peru. Plllsbiuy, for San I'nn
Cisco, ut 0 p. in.
Stmr. Claudlni', Parker, for Ma it
pints, nt o p. in,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Ka
uai ports. at,,1 p. m, j
Stmr. I.ehua, Napala, for Moloktl
ports, at 5 p. in.
Gas. schr. Hellpse, Townscnd, for
Komi and Muul ports, ut 4 p. in.
Sehr. rCuwallunl, Moses, Tor Kooi.iu
BOOKED TO DI.'PART
For San Prune Iseo, per S. S, Peru
.July 10 .Mrs. C. L. fioodsell. (1. Oood
ttll, Miss Ilelle Ryan, W. Armstiong,
W. I). McLean. H. W. Weaver. William
Rogeis, K. C. Hughes and wlfes M. J,
Kennedy and wife. Oeorgc I), (iraham
and wife. J, N. Klrklaml, (leorge Hons.
nila C. Parsons, (!. Schick, Alfred
Arcndt. Mis. W. S. Withers. Waller
Gaunt. W. II. Hire, Mrs. K, A. Mc
Kechnii'. Tappenback, A. C. Jiulil. JIrs,
Gaudle. Mr. Howell, Sophie Peteison,
Mib. ll.uottl and five children,
From Sun Francisco, jier S. S. China.
Jul 14 For Honolulu J. K Aea, A.
r. Afong, J. D. Almoku, Mrs. Geo, H.
Darkei, .Miss Ruth Ilei'kwlth, A. I,
Ulack. Mrs. A. niom nnd Infant, W. R. ,
Castle. .Mrs W R. Castle, Miss II Cas
tie, A L. Castle, M. II. Colin. R. A. I
Cooke, II. F. Damon. S. II. Derby. W. K.I
Heine, Miss Mjra Ileleluhe. Miss K. P.
How aid. .Miss II. N, I.elllngwell. MJ
Geitiude I.elllngwell, Quein Lllluoka-,
lanl anil servant, Mrs. R. D. Mende, I.
C. Pluolesl, J. Reeler. W. C. W. Renuy.
Mlis V. H, Rich, C. 13. Sedgewlck. W.
Silver Mrs. W. Silver, C. K. Tiadgely. '
W. II. Hull. F. C. Hubbell. Mis. F. C. '
Hubell, P. N. Welch Jr., II. Honlg For
Yokohuma-iLleut. K, M. Ilenuett, Geo. j
Uorck, F. llriickmann Jr., Mrs. Julia
Carothers, S. Klmurn, Rev. I). C. Ran-1
'tin. For Kobe R. Morlmoto, J. Relf-'
jnlder. For Nagasaki Mrs. A. C. Ter-1
'tins, Miss if. C. Pciklns. For Shang-1
lal II. S. Alwnrd, Miss O. Gllmaa I
Mrs. C. M. Jewell, K. Kempffer. For
Hongkong Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Hoi-1
'ar. Mrs. F. I, Randolph, Mr. and Mrs.
O. Wing and two children.
CHOICE SELECTION OF
WINES AND LIQUORS 1
Qinllty l always the first consideration In buying your wlno g
nnd lhiuor supply price comes next. The following named B
brands are universally known as being THE BEST lu the market, B
anil our prices nte as low as possible, to suit the times. Tamlly
trade 1? solicited and all orders recclvo prompt attention.
Jas, E, Pspper Whiskey : A. A. Jesse Moore Whiskev : Gutters'
m Whiskey ; Guakenheimer Rye ; Manilla "Anchor Brand" Beer ;
Baniett water, and ali the Finest Wines,
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Nuunnu and Alercliunt 8ts. TELEPHONE 308
For Want Column See Page Six
WAtTTED T,) tin) a good watchdog
Addiess B this olflce. 2193-lw
JAPANESE fitudeut from New York
wants place as olflce boy or serv.vit
In good family: spealcs good Cngllsti.
Wngi-s no object. F K. A 153 K'ng
St.. Palama 219S-tw
'FOR RENT $15 house C r and ba.it.
F. J. Russell Magoon bldg. 219SI1
W. K. Lolelwi, MUs I.eielwl, Mrs. Ka
mnnn, Miss K ICihaiewal, S. Kelllnol,
W Clnwlorei D 3rock Mits W 1).
iTodgeis, Mis A Farlej and two cli'l
iiren. It. NvHeiia Rv Kll Sin. Master
Ah Yeo, I. Dtiiiliatuen D. I.egelken.
Miss A. 7. Hmlloy H P. Hayselden,
Rev. K. S. Tlmotio. TIrj. E. S. Tlmoteo,
Fred. Ueekloy J O Carter Jr., Rev.
J. Rush nnd (il derU.
For San Fram Isco, per bk. S. C Al
len. July 14 Mr G. W. Page. Miss
I Gladjs Page. Miss Geueve Page Master
Page. O. O BeiriMoy. Mis. T. W. Glv
ens. .Mrs. H M Frh k. Miss Frlck. Miss
A. Flick, Mrs E I Coffin. C. J. Lud
wlgsen Jr., Mr button.
Tor Hllo nnd way ports, per stirr.
Klnau. July Hi. C. Kradzy, J. L. Rob
ertson, F. Hubble Miss J. IT. Wart.
Miss Anna Gardner. Fred. VUimlen-
burg nnd wife Young Sing. Y. Iwaj-a,
W, Stiver nnd w Ife, Ah Chock, K. lvv
knml. J. Kalnaol'.a J W. Cprlngaton,
Dr. C. Uilffet and wife. A. II. Gurrey,
F. M. Wakefield D. K. Ewallko H.
Kendall, H I-achman A. R, Jjlrrow,
Miss Elliot, Miss Onslow. II. p. stur
tetnnt, St. Clair Ridgood J, W. Berg
strom. TrTr. Sedgwick Clias. Notley,
.Miss Annlo Palelholiiil, P. NJiWeu-n,
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KOMfiL, ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened by the use of pure
cane sugar. We use no cheap
substitute, ONE REASON
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARE THE BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everyvv here In the city and Wal
klkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
V. II. Hnll, II T Giiaul and wife,
Miss J. L. Guard. E H. Moses, E. h.
lloyd, K, 13. Patton, Gov. S. R. Dilo.
Miss Mury K Lo. Miss A. Column.
.Miss Alice CulLurn F. A. Schaefe'
hrom the Orient, per S. S. Peru, July nnd two some T. Alnatns and wife.
IB Rev, S. A. D. Hoggs. Mrs. S A. D. !
'toggs and child. Prof. K. W. Clement. I .Melbourne, Au,rrjlia Julv fi The
Mrs. K W Clement, Mrs. Jesse Clem- Federal Govei timet" has ileelile.i ,,m
-in, .Mian uuiu uieuieiiL, .iiusiet J. J
.ikmeiit. It. K. Crane, Miss M. F. Dun-nhj-,
J O. II. Vunder Dussen, and wife,
MUs I. M. Elliot, Miss Nelllo E, Fife,
T. Fieeso, J, .M, Hannati, Miss A. M.
Dnslow, Lt.-Com. J. M. Robinson. I'
1. N.. C. Symon, Miss E. P. Upjohn, T. A spetlnl ineri,i of the stoekhol-1-T.
Vcerkamp, Miss I. Wilson. ers of the Robert Grieve Publishing
From Konn, Kan and Maul ports, 'Company, Limited to dUeusg the yen
uer stmi. Manna Eoa, July 15,-Capt. eial business nffait of the company is
1. II. Henderson, Il.N.i Miss M. D. 'hereby called for
iiiunton, u, U. tJamnrlnos, G C
llrotki'tt, R. II. Woodward, R
lu uiiKuiu ii pirev u; cue mussels sugar
1 Special Stockholders' Meeting,
THURSDAY. July 17.1902.
Mty- .at I:3U o'clock n n m lm Iml.l .1 ti,
.mi.i, .u.. rviim auei ciiiin, .vir. vv ill, loHlces of Thompson Fleming Kint
Mts. P. Hollenson, ss M. Hollensori, and Hethel streets
urns ,, jiearu, it, r. Aianiy, J. A. FRANK E
McGuIre, P. Gieenwell. Miss A. Hau- EDWIN S. GILL
uiea, 1,. eseontelles, F, Lyons. J. D.I Reerotiirv
The sectional bookcase has ev
ciywhere tuken the placo o' the
old-stjlo cases, so In buying the
only question In the mind of tho
buyer Is which of the tllrferctt
makes to select.
This Is Impoitant, too, ns all
sectional bookcases are not good
nnd some have vciy weal: points.
The "Gunn" sj-stem Is recoy
nlKd as the highest standard,
and wo are willing to explain the
winning points at any time, to
will be pleased to see ou at our
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Paris, Master Paris, Geo. Clark, Rov.j Honolulu, July II,
Our Soda Waters
aro ovcrywhero conceded to be
tho highest quality. Wo sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywheio In tho
city. All orders piomptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
65 Queen St.
On Wednesday, July I6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho warehouse ot tho Union Feed
Co., Queen street, near Fort, I will sell
nt Public Auction, tho balance ot the
groceries of tho Washington Mercan
tile Co., consisting of "Spices in glass,
linking Powder, Flavoring Extiacts,
Htthach, Canned Fruit, Stovo Polish,
Jams, Jellies, Deviled Ham, Chicken,
nnd Turkey, Roast Beef, Corned Reef,
Vienna Sausage, Drawn, and a largo
quantity of other groceries. These
goods aro In many instances not dam
aged In tho least, and thoso falling to
attend the sale will lose many splendid
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offor nt Prlvato Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $0000; one-half ca'sTi, bal
anco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 259 Kinau St..
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f ropcrty has a frontago on Klnau 3u
tf 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KitcHcn. Bath,
lot go Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
has a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2, Frontago on Klnau St.
ICG feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the hL Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Haj
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
65 Queen St