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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.ASATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1502.
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A most complete assortment of Forges,
Blowers, Bellows, Anvils, Tongs,
Hammers, Horse Shoes, Horse Shoe
Nails. A full line of Heller Bros,
Farriers Tools, BLACKSMITH'S COAL
SOLD BY THE TON OR BAG.
E, 0. HALL & SON, LTD
In what we are looking fin Wo wnnt jour orders for n
iloitn of our celebrated
Manilla Anchor Lager
A delicious pale 'T.-w of the finest llohcmlan hops un.l
limit perfectl) pnro. Mnde nt Dobbs Kerry, New York, 1) Ma
nllln llios Telephone to
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuunnu and Merclui.it 8tH. TEL.HPHO.Nn :108
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
6 1 On S.i
4'nt 12 o'clock noonlit the front entrance
6;of the Judiciary building, will be sold
.nt Public Auction, tlio following itn-
, mints of Ciovemment land, situate In
the town of Lnhnlna, Island of Maui'
' Aien. t'pet l'rlec.
Lot 1 0 acred ... I 30.0')
Lot 2 Ci aens ... 30.00
Lot 3 23 acies ... 3O.00
Lot 1 72 neris ... 3.0O
Lot .", 1.42 acre" ... CO 00
Lot ft JO am ... 30.00
Lot 7 2.23 ncreH . . .u.00
Lot 8 50 acres ... 30.00
Lot 9 29.00 acres ... S70.00
Lot 10 1.32 acres . . . 00.00
Ijui 11 r.2 acres ... 30.00
Lot 12 3.68 acres ... 120.00
Terms Cash, paalile In U. S. UoM
I'or plan and further particulars, ap
ply at the Public Lands Office, Hono
lulu. i:i)VAKl S. UOYI),
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public laintls Office, August 1 1 tit.
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I $6 9 II
.a il C a
J ' oj
Will be recited at the office of Hip
llonnl of Honolulu Fire Commissioners
until 12 o'clock noon of Wednes-lav,
September 17. 1902, for 1 Co-foot Aeri il
Turn Tublo Hook nnd l-ntlder Trti' k,
...itmitutn wllb mnmlni-fl emilliinpnt nml
of flrst-rlass workmanship and mate
The Commissioners do not bind
theinseltcs to accept the lowest or any
bid ANDRHW 1IUOWN.
Chairman Hoard of Tire Commis
sioners. 2223 3t
NEW - TO-DAY
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, Etc.
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION,
SPECIAL SALE I SPECIAL SALE I
'commencing Monday, Auk. ISth. for 1
'week only. We will place on sal- a
choice Hue of tilmmed hats at II. $1.5".
..' and $3. I'nti Ilium d shapes an!
Sailor Hats nt 2,'.c and Sue. Flow ..'is
10c nnd 15c hunch.
Shirtwaists! Shirtwaists!! Dunns
his week we will nlso place on al?
our Trojan brum! ladles' Shlrtwulvs,
all sizes, all mlois. at fine, former
price 1 r,u and $2.
Linen collars In all styles and slt.'S
for 2,'ic; regularly 13c each.
MONTANO'S, Hotel St., near Fort
Full moon on the ISth, 7:33 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Jtllo occur
about an hour earlier than at H
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belnt;
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tha
tltne whistle blows at 1:30 p. m.. which
Is the same as Greenwich. Oh Ora.
Weather llurenu. Punahou, August
If.. Temp, i attire Morning minimum,
7."; MlihU nialniuin. S3.
Itaromtti r nt 9 a. ui. 30.00. Steady.
Dow Point ilTF.
I!ninl(!lt at 't u. m. ", per cent.
Diamond I If n,I Signal Station, Aug.
10.- Wmllnr cloudy; light NE.
Trldaj. August 1C.
I'. S. S. Iroquois, Hodman, from
Saturday. August 16.
Stmr. W. . Hull. Thompson, from
Kntinl ihiiis, at 5 a. in.
Stuii Wnlaleale, l'lltz, from Kat'.ti
pons, nt v.M a. in. y
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, from 1111 1
mill w ports nt 12:1, p. m
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
And Fistic Carnival
Saturday Evening, Aug. 16th,
The Muni.'. rt or S lr Iin. iiKe will In dc monstn.ted tij Ilonolulus host
exponents of liotlllg.
The Main Hwnt of the en nltig will br n Ten Itutmd filovu Contest, Mar
quis of Quieiii-bury ltnl-s, between
There will be several preliminaries, among them being
A FOUR.ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for the Middleweight Championship of Hawaii.
ALSO A FOUR-ROUND CONTEST BETWEEN
for the Lightweight Championship of Hawaii.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
Stage Scats limited to SO $2.50
Box Seats 2.00
. Dress Circle 1.00
L. H. DEE Proprietor
B. H. RICE Manager
8UNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1002
Qurfii Olir ticiimjt on Tut
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Saturda.t August 16.
S. rt. C.ii'tlr. llludei. rtir the Orient
ut 11 a. in'
1'ioni Kauai ports, per stmr. W. O.
Hall August ):. M. A. UUhard, II.
Wolters. M. .1. Honiau F. J. Cross, Miss
Lily Auld, Mlb Ida Rodrlgues, Mn.
V. A. lludilgiies. .Mrs, Frank Ilrown,
Mrs. Julia Guerrero and 24 deck.
From Hllo nnd way ports, per stmr.
Claudlnv, August Hi. Miss F. O. Ar
rott. Miss F. IlkliariUon, Dr. W. L.
Lentz and wife. Dr. J. K. Jlmmtsnn
und wire, F. ('.. Waldron, Miss C. D.
Castle, Mrs. O. K. Wilder, Dr. W. Hel-
Ilg. W. C. Parke, John McTaggart, A.
Tellate, Fred. Haeonierster, II, Ken
dall, i:. P. Jones, Miss Hussell. Mtis
C. P. flreen, -Mlm R. D. Oreen. B. A.
Arnswalilt, Henry Lotilsson, II. l.aol;-
man. ,P. Paronzlnl, F, C. Lo lllonl.
Miss i:. Akaua, Oillss B. Howland. A.
K. Nawahl, It. Al Voung. tether .Mat-
thlas, O. II. (lanison, U. II. Hindrv,
Miss M. C. Paty. Mrs. W. W. Patj,
It la to your advantage that our stock is twice too big for our
store for broken lot are crowded out by new goods arriving. It Is
aln a basic principle of our business that no accumulations are toler
atd. or odds and ends permitted. So we gather together all such lots
nnd closing our eyes to the cost of the goods, put on prices that will
speedily clear them out. '
NOTE THESE SAMPLE BARGAINS
Ladies" Silk Ribbed Vests, worth $1.00 25e each
Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Vests, silk trimmed and silk tape.... 10c each
Ladies' One Dollar Neckwear 10e each
Men's 75e Neckwear 10e each
Men's Washable Four-ln-Hands 5c each
Corsets, some of them were $2 25e eh
A lot of Fancy Dress Trimmings 10e yard
Belt Buckles, 25c and 50c kinds 10c each
Men's Leather Suspenders 5c pair
Fancy Hair Pins 1e each
Gold Plated Collar Buttons, 2 forv . . 5c ....
A Book of Belt Pins 5c
Shirt Waist Stud 5c dozen
Boys' Shirts 25c each
And a thousand other good things. SALE ENDS AT CLOSING
65 Queen St,
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this fine mineral water bottled lti
this city nt the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar will be made
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
The Pride of the Home
TT 111 1 U MACHIN1
A Combination of Art ana Utility. Used by many lo preference to etnas
'makei of the same pries. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Ssw W.I'
and to Last. Call and Inspect the different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agent (op the tlntvalla.i Ulandn.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS"
VinST I offer at Private Sals,
promises on Bcrctanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 13
feet ou Ilerctanla street, 171 fe
deep; price $9000; one-halt cash, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Kinau St,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
i'roperty has a frontage on Klnau 81
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen. Data.,
large Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
nortgago at 7 1-2 per cent neL The lot
has a right of way entrance to Hers
THinD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
IOC feet, depth 121 feet.
Itoomy dwelling on the loL Prica
$4000, One-halt cash, balance oi
reortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Hxi
right ot way to Bcretanla St.
Purser Feiguson of tie teaiui-i V.
G. Hull, which airheil fiom Kauai
ports this morning, brings the news of
the final deutiuitluu of tint schoonei
YValulua, which her owner, Captiilu
WelBhnith, has been tr)ing to iiiIb'j
and put Into commission.
Captain Weisbarth bad been work
ing for nearly two months on the rais
ing of the vessel which was sunk off
Anahulu. He "had succeeded 111 gating
her up on the heuch while he hud her
lighted by means of wooden props
The bad weather wlikh has bteu
raging recently on the toast ot Kuuul
lauded the waves to becp up on the
bench und washing the in ops uwaj
tinned the tessel oer on her side.
It uppcitis that this lust mishap mj
dlsiourugcd Captain Welslmrth that he
truve up In disgust the. Idea of sat lug
the schooner und jekKrdu) at .' .tit p.
m. lie set Hie to the old et-nl, ninMiiK
htr diminution complttc.
The .M.wtlcx held a tnv enjowilile
smoki I nt their club house last night.
Chairman ltobeitson pieslded. 'I he
s.uson'f) llophlcs were pieseuted by
Captain Chiiicli of the Hialaiil Club
to Messis. W. 11. Super. IViey l.lsh
iiian, 8am Jolinson, Win, Lyle and Cox
fcwnlii Alvarez of the suilor new. A
suppu' and an Informal musical pin
Ki am wiie aiming the dt lights of the
a a i
The steamer Wululi ale ui,hil
tiom Kauai potts this moinlng 'i
1 sou bags of sugnr.
New York Dental Parlors
The Painless Dental Specialists
LLITH ULDG , OVER HART t CO.'S 1CI3 CUE AM PA LORS.
Our original operator. DIt W W DANEL, has returned liter a seven months' tour of the Orient,
and our operative depaitment will be brought up to the former high standnrd and maintained there.
The material we us 1, the belt money can bny and the wor. Is tully guaranteed.
The New York Dental Parlors do iro',3 business than any ether Institution of Its kind in the world,
and our ujarantee Ic back of It.
Don't Confuse us with cheap dentists.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
Can testlf that they hav hud their teeth eMrarted at the New York Dental Parlors without pain.
You do not need to suffer pain to have your dental work attended to by going to the New York Dental
Parlois. This has been a boon to many people and will be to many others who are fast finding It out.
Each department In charge of a spet lallst Our operators are graduated dentists of the best recog
nized schools In the United .States, or the world. And have had lifXTiy years of expetlence in their
Full Plate of Teeth, - - - $5.00
Gold Crowns, - -. - - 5.00
Bridge Work, per Tooth - - 5.00
Gold Fillings, - x -. - 1.00
Silver Fillings, - - - - .50
If money Is an object to you, come and see us We will tell you In advance exactly what your
work will cout. No charge for examination. N
All our Instruments are thoioughly sterilized
Hours, 2 to 0; Sundays. 9 to 12.
Ladles In attendance. Room 4. Ettte Building, Hotel street.
i(iutat K Selini-iii CriI T Schae-ef
C. V. K Dot'- J. T MiC'ioMfin Can
lulu .1. Iloss. .1 (i. LewU, Mrs H. P
Wood, Aug Piearla, Mii. Kahne (.e).
E SnilthljM. and wile, E. A. Frnser, O
Toeiii'lniB'ii'r. C. Corp Jr., J T Tay
lor. MUs K. Coinwell. Miss It. Wilght.
Ceo. Pails, Itev. J. Kipl, Miss O. J
llltils. .Ml. J. A. llortfeld and tlnet
children. Mis. C. llutzke and two ehl).
clliu; 120 cftek passengers
AI-U WORK 'I'HOROUGrlLVi OUARANTEED
For Wnnt Column Sets Page Six
The following letters, In answer to
advertisements, remain uncalled for
at this office: "Porter," "Mr. Duncan,"
"K.," "Eng" (4); "A. C," "J" "A. G.,'
"M. H," "M. B" "C. L" "Du Ring
Bros.," "B, U" "M " (3).
V.'eekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
NEW - TO-DAY
) WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE,
FOR SALE On an lunt ol depasture
u 111 sell a Hallett and Datls PiaiM
at n great sncrltl-" Call at Hi!
dania lane. Iw
We are now paying especial atten
'.on to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
tor serving tha best that the market
affcrds, Is n sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the fittest display of the
bstter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BON3
eter put on exhibit here; wo also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'8 CHOCOLA i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
M- IB- 1 I IV I V..
B 17. 9 H I B H D 9 li N n n ft w
L-.i L-iB I SJL. I 13 iU b Ui'at
PRICES as LOW as the LOWEST IN THE CITY
WORK AS GOOD AS THE BEST OPPOSITE UNION
Nc. 3, K. of P.
Thin wul 'i a regular convention
the above named Lodge Sntuidav
1 1'. nt.' -Uhmim it,. In Harmony Hull
I Work In the Third Rank.
M.iub'rs ol Oaliu No. 1 mid jlvsilc
n 2 and all sojourning brothers uiu
imitiil to attend
ii s r.nEfioRY,
K. of It L S.
LOST A silver c Latellalne minor
with S. K. R. 190 1 etiolated on
liaek Return to il.ls uft i , Ji'.'i. . i
Neither the eap.aln nm the agents
ot the American ship I F Chapman
will be responsible for debts conttart
ed In the ciow of sa'd eael while in
this poit C. S. KENDALL,
Honolulu, August 9. 1902.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street
In the store formerly occupied by
tt, w. t-oster.
"Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
65 Queen St.. -
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