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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOM7WT, H. T., FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, ISM.
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HIGH ART PLUMBING
KA ' OFFICE Of I1
A'. M THEADMtMl
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B'CrySy'MlLi VVASHmOTON I
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
We expect many Island visitors In town this weclc, and ha,vo a
special offering for them In our sale of dress materials. Honolulu
buyers appreciate these opportunities, as was shown by our sales ot
last week, and wo hopo to sec you at our store also. Come early (or
the best selection of patterns.
Pretty Btrlpcs and figures. Width
28 Inches and cry attractive. Reduced
from 20c per jard to
7 Yards for $1,00,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsome French Sateen In
large nrloty ot colors. Width 31
Inches. Reduced from 35c to
20c Per Yard,
Great assortment of colors and pret
ty patterns. Width 29 inches. Reduced
from 7 yards for $1.00 to
11 Yards for $1,00
MUSLINS AND DIMITIES
Excellent bargains In this Tine. Pret
ty materials and largo assortment. Re
duced from 20c jard to
12 l-2c Per Yard,
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX, YENTURA ND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb, tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
Etc, Etc, x
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made, : :
The public are Invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. HL Davies & Co., Ltd.
JOHN W; GATES, WHO HAS CORNERED JULY CORN.
John . Gates once known n tbe stool Llns bas earned a new title.
Itv lilx operations In July corn during which ho eii-ilniirxl n cornel Hint sent
iIii'IhhIu'I price clow to the dollar mark. Mr Gates won the right to lie known
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Fob. 18, 1001
A. R. Bremer Co.,
Gentlemen : I have
used Coke Dandruff
Cure for the pa3t
year and found It an
FOR SAI.K BY HODRON DKUO CO.
Fort nnd King Sts.
Mil HI IIS
BATH'3 PLUMBING ESTADLISHME NT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
London, July 21. Tho St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Times, deal
ing with the commission appointed to
Inqulro Into tho depression of the agri
cultural nonulntlon. sale: The Oo em
inent regards the question with the!
keenest anxiety, nnd there are Indica
tions that the leading Ministers aro
prepared to consent to sleeping
changes In the fiscal policy, and even
In the Internal organization of the
country, if It he proven that such
changes aro necessary to obviate the
danger of starvation among the dis
Russian opinion Is divided as to tho
causes of the depression. Many fixed
a largo share of the responsibility upon
M. do Wlttce, Minister of Finance, who,
they claim, artificially stimulates nnd
encourages tho Industries nnd starves
the agricultural Interests, which are,
nnd must nmnln, tho mainstay of the
country. Theso critics point to tho
paltriness of the sums devoted from tho
enormous budget to agriculture and
commerce. All tho witnesses examined
agreed that the Initiative mUBt come
from above, and be accompanied by the
extension ot peasant education.
m 1 WW
Salem, Or., July 23. A Statesman
special from Woodbuni tonight sajK
that Frank Pickens, h joung man liv
ing In the outskirts of tovvn, met n
blcjcle rider at 7 o'clock tonight whom
lie thought was Tracy, the outlaw,
rickens was on tho path when tho sup
posed Tracj rodo up on a wheel nnd
asked tho direction and distance to
Salem. Ho woro a brown Derby hat.
carried two rifles strapped to a blcjcle
and two revolvers In his belt.
After securing tho Information de
sired the stranger rodo on In the direc
tion of Salem, nighty rods behind tho
first man came nnothct wheelman, also
heavily armed nnd apparently follow
ing the first. Pickens nt onco hastened
to town and notified tho authorities
At Hubbard the Bamo men were seen
n half hour earlier Here there were
three, all heavily nrmeil, tho leader an
swering the description given nt .Wood
burn The thice were on bicycles nnd
riding toward Silem A number of re
liable people saw tho strangers, and all
ngrced the liadir resembled tho noto
rlous Tracy's, published pictures close
Salem, Or., July 23 Tho prison au
thorities were at onco notified and Su
perintendent Lee of tho ponltentlarj
Immediately placed extra guards on the
wall and sent out n full forco to sur
lound tho prison jnrd In order to pre
vent mi) rnld on the wall guards. I'p
to u lato hour there havo been no fur-
The following correspondence Is
contained In the latest circular of the
Lojnl Legion showing the deep sjm
path of the order for their llrltlsli
Tho following correspondence li
published for the Information of Com
His Majcstj's Consulate Clcncrnl,
San Francisco, Juno 2G, 19(12.
Dear Admiral Gluts I see finm
toda s paper that tho reception of tho
Lojal Legion, Commander) of Callfor
nln, which was to taUo plate at the
Occidental Hotel, has been postponed
on account of the terrible nous from
Relieve me, my dear Admiral, that
this touching mark of courtesy on tho
pnrt of tho Legion Is most highly np
predated bj tho llrltlsli residents
here. On their, nnd my, behalf I ask
jou to receive, and convey to tho offl
curs of tho Legion, our grateful
thanks for this new proof of tho never-falling
sjmpathy of the United
States for their llrltlsli couslus.
IJellcvo me, jours very faithfully,
C. W. HENNCTT,
near Admiral Henry Glass, U. S. N,
Commander Lojal Legion of Califor
This up to dnto plumbing shop Is tho result of n very rapidly Increasing
business nnd was mado necessary on nccount of tho cramped quarters for
merlj occupied on illchards street To make a display of tho largo and
fine Rtock of xanltarj plumbing materials the new shop was opened.
A full line of the world famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which aro pro
vided with either high or low tanks nnd are as near
noiseless In their operation ns closets can bo made. They aro constructed
on the sjpliou principle, which mnl-os a strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl. These closets ore scld under a written guarantee, nnd nr
also guaranteed against leakage, no charge being mado for repairs.
People today nro p-vjlng much attention to sanitation nnd sanitary
plumbing Is oiip of tho requisites In every modern residence 'the BATH
SHOP Is the leader In sanitary plumbing and J ears of experience and a
largo force of rapiblc workmen enables Mr. Dath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In the Islands
A 1ne of rolled rim enameled Cath Tubs aro on band, as well as;ojcn
ltvntnrles. These nro highly Sanltnr; Ooods, and Clio connections uro nick
el, making them artistic In appearance.
One of tho latest Improved Wash Trajs may be seen on exhibition.
These goods art) all connected with the city water mains and may bo teen
In full operation at tho store. The public aro Invited to call and make In
spection of these goods.
Mr Rath will call and give figures on work at any time. lie also glTem
nil work Intrusted to him his pcrsina supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
New- York, July 23. A special to
the Journal from Lenox, Mass, sajs:
Tho leading nutomoblllsts of Lenox
nnd their chauffeurs now go armed
while operating their machines. This
Is due to communications printed in
local papers declaring the autos j
menace to life and calling upon per
sons in danger to protect themselves
with clubs and stones.
Revolvers nro now being carried In
every auto In Lenox, to be used In case
of an attack, It being feared that any
excuse will bo taken to mob them. Ono
automobtllst sayn that tho situation Is
worso thnn touring through Italy,
where there aro brigands to fear.
SALT RATES CUT
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Remomber, this record
breaking sale will only last for a few days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box ms- Til. it
THE OLDEST CHu 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
QmIiii li Flot 9 IW( tat Gnu Lloeoi, GbtotM nl Jicioim Oooll ol AM Klti,
Portland. Or., July 23. Ocean freight
ratis between Kuropo nnd Portland uro
responsible for tho liveliest salt war
that has ever been witnessot on the
Pacific Coast. Ono ship, the Sierra Ks-
! ttella Is discharging a cargo ot salt
nt Portland docks nnd four more aro
now en routo for Portland from Europe
with salt cargoes for Portland firms,
Tho amount of salt Included In this
Meet of vessels Is approximately 9000
For several jears the salt business of
the Pacific Coast hag been under the
control of tho Federal Salt Company,
known as tho Salt Tiust, and the pilio
reached ?2S a ton. About the tlmo the
Sierra Kstrelln was due last month tho
Federal Salt Company announced a re
duction of 8 a ton In tho price of salt.
Today the Inderal Company announc
ed that a further cut of JO n ton would
be mado tomorrow, making n reduction
of ?U a ton In thlrty'dajs. When tho
four additional cargoes reach hero a
further reduction In the prke is looked
Tho Federal Salt Company, It Is said,
has In addition to thousands of tons ol '
salt In California warehouses, 00,000
tons of foreign salt which Is kept off
tho market In order to hold prices up.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
SCHOOL TEACHERS KILLED
Wnshlngton, July 23 Tho War De
partment today received the following
telcgrum regarding tho school teacheis
who havo been missing from Ccbu since
"John K Will, 209 Montgomery ave
nue, Providence, It. I., and libs cousin,
Louis Thomas, snmo address, Krnest
Heggcr, 1413 Vine street, Cincinnati;
CI) do A. France, Ilere.t, O, missing,
Ccbu, muidercd by hdrones; bodies re
covered. Lcudci of murderers killed;
(.eight others captured bj tho constabu
Cincinnati, O, Julj 23 Urnest Hog
ger left Cincinnati February 20 to be
come a teacher In tho I'hlllpplno Isl
ands. He was a graduato of the Clnclu
nntl University, class of '99. His fa
ther, Carl Heger, waB today notified by
tho Wnr Department of tho young
teacher's death. Onlj an hour before
receiving the telegram from the War
Department he had received n letter
from Jesslo France of llcrea, O , who Is
n cousin, of Louis S. Thomas, reported
killed with Heger, sajlng that Thomas
was safo In Japan. She lias received
a letter from him from Japan dated
Juno G. Heger will forward this letter
to the War Department
Delaware, O, July 21. Clyde Grant
graduated from tho Ohio Wcsleyan
University In 1901 nnd left soon after
for tho Philippines Ho served through
tho Spanish-American war In Compauj
K, Fourth Ileglmcnt.
Reports of the enrollment of stu
dents at the various summer schools
show that these Institutions are rapid
ly Increasing In popularity, a decided
advance In tho number of btudents be
ing everj where obbervnblo
Military Order of tho Lojal Legion of
the United States, Commaudcry of
the Stato ot California, San Fran
Cisco, Juno 27, 1902.
Court nay W Dennett Usq, II IJ M.
Consul General, San Francisco,
Mj Dear Sir I beg to acknowledge
receipt of jour letter of jesterday nnd
to assure jou of tho deep .nipatliy
It'll by all Companions of the Lojnl
Legion with jour count r) men In the
most distressing news received recent
ly from London
Your letter w ill be communicated to
tho Companions ot tho Order, who all
unite with mu In earnest wishes that
tho health of Ills Majesty may soon be
restored, and that ho bo spared for
man)'' prosperous jeurB to further ce
ment the cordial relations existing be
tween our countries
I am, jours sincere lj'
Hear Admiral U. S. Navy, Cam
I!y order of Hear Admiral llenrj
Glass, U. S. Navj', Commander.
W. It. BMRDIIKIta,
Uvt. Lieut Col U. 8. Armj Recorder
OREGON GOVERNORSHIP VOTE.
Salem, Or . July 23 Tho official vote
for Governor nt the recent election
shows tho following results Cham
berlain (D.) 41.587, Furnish (It) 41,
SS1, Hunsaker (Pro) 3 1 S3, It) an (Hoc.)
3771, Chamberlain's plurallt) 270 11
S. llean (11 ) candldato for Supremo
Judge, received a plurality of 17,140.
the largest plurality over given a can
didate in Oregon
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knptolnnl Park
Addition and n
Kulllil. - - - -
1J7 MERCHANi STREET.
by MIhs Ulla Dayton
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINE'RT of every capac'ty and de
scription made to order. Roller wori
nl RIVETED PIPES for trrigatlo
purposes i specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and fcpetrt
txecntfd at shcrteat notice.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 203 209 Roston build
Ing Tort Street.
Telephones Offlco, Main 385; Res
Idence, White 2801.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m J 8 to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p m
P. O Box 801.
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M ELECTRIC FAN lk
M costs only ( fi
The returns In comfort cannot be JS
tpo highly estimated. K
Hawaiian Electric Co. m
k Telephone Main 390. Kf
A f 1 ' ls more 0 l' desired than great
I S U 1 I I riches. ' Good butter Is more to
llllll bo desired than any other artlcla
Ijllllll on the table. Our
Telephone Main 45. I
not only Iiob a good nnrao In every
household whero It has been used,
but Is also absolutely the best but
ter In tho market.
40 CENTS THE POUND AT
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Telephone Main 45.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to otha
makes ot the same price It Is demonstrating Its merits. Dullt to Sew WJI
and to Last Call and Inspect the different styles.
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