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LOTS IN KING STREET
TRACT, from $1,400 to $1,250
a lot, formerly known as GK N.
TWENT Y LOTS IN MANO A
VALLEY, formerly Montano's
Tract, $2,500 a lot
FOUR'HXJNDRED LOTS IN
KAIULANI TRACT, from $200
to $250 a lot.
FIFTY LOTS IN KEKIO
TRACT, opposite Makes Island
to whom you Bhould Jcom
when in need of anything
electrical. If "ELECTRIC
ITY IS LIKE," we can fur
nish you with Life in anj
quantities, from a dry bat
tery full, to an unlimitec
amount in the form of
dynamo, from which yo
can draw at will.
Let US figure on your
work. We haTe a partiou
larly fine telephone,
ONE HUNDRED 'LOTS IN
KAPIOLANI TRACT, at $500
a lot. : Y
For further particulars apply to
iCampbsll Block, Fort Street
'. -AND 'IMPORTERS
1111 3?T'u.-.a,-rva. -A-"sre33Axe
Opposite Goo Kluv " r.f' .'Near M. Chiya'i
Hext to Corner Hotel and Knuanu
Salts Mads to Order in the latest
Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed
Latest patterns and styles in
Tailors Goods '
v ' Clothes Cleaned acd Repaired
TTM Trr i ft I it TJlTnilTPIinTUn
Eooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
Phone Main 50.
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IN THESIS HOT DAYS aril warm
nights, people should keep cool by using
Faeheco'B Iandruff Killer, a wonderful
acHbing anJ healing preparation.
Pacheeo'a Dandruff Killer sold by all
druggists and at the Union Barber
Shop. Telephone Slain -02.
The Oceanic Gas
and Electrical Co.
Contractors for everything electrical
Magoon Block, Merchant fit, Pkon
New Book BulSetiD
Golden Rale Bazaar
"If I Were King," by Justin MeCartkj
"The Strollers," by F. L K. S. Isham
"The Dark o' the Moon." by 8. St
"Th Lovely Mrs. Pemberton," by Flor
"The Fifth String," by John Pall!?
"The Methods of Lady WalderhuriV
by Mrs. Burnett
"Double Barrel Detective Story. fry
f'The .Mastery ef the Pacific," by JL R.
"A House Party." edited by Paul Lei
"Dorothy Vernon of Iladdon Hall," bj
"The Woman Who Dared," by L L
"A Roman Myetery," by Richard Baj-
t. ... . .
"The Fighting Bishop," by H. M. Hopkins.
"The Captain ef the Grey Horse
Troop." by Hamlin Garland.
"The Magie Wheel," by John Strang
"The Kentons," by W. D. Howells.
"Naked Truths, etc.," by Minna Tnoa
aa Antrim. -These
are only a FEW of the LAT
EST BOOKS received ex S. &. Sierra
HELENE OFF TO
Prospective Departures of Sailing
Vessels From This
The American schooner Helene, Cap
tain Christiahson, sailed -..for San
Francisco yesterday with sugar as bal
last. The tug Fearless towed her out
about 3 p. m. v Three other Spreckels
sailers are now in port waiting to load
sugar. The bark Alden Besse is now
at Hackfeld's-new wharf, where some
repairs are being made to her main top
niast head. The Alden Besse expects to
get her cargo of sugar in time to leave
by the end of the month. The barken
tine Coronado, which Is now discharg
ing steel rails at Railway wharf, will
THINKS THE. SHIP.
FORT GEORGE SAFE
Captain of Alden Besse Gives
Her About; Twinty
Peonle interested in shipping along
the water front are eagerly discussing
hp caR' of the- foor-masted ship Fort
George, which-Is now out 93 dayj from
Port - Pirie, South 'Australia. While
some of the "captains are positive that
the ship must have met with some dis
aster, others are equally as rtr.-n in
their belief that the Fort George U
all right and that CaptainllcC?ure will
" bring her into port Within th? nex'.
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T . . A n .a V -. . . ', . t . . ,
"You take my word fr. It, &he's all
rlffht." said Captain Klessel wf . the
be the next to load after the Besse,. dayf anci you'll see her in nof f before-
and following her the bark Mauna Ala, she is out a hundred and ten days. You
which is discharging general cargo at see she was over one hundred days In
t a .m io- ah making the trip out to Port Pirie and
Irmgard wharf, wnl load sugar. All cannQtB be expected to come back her(,
four Of these , are for San Francisco. in Dauagt in much less time than she
The Curtis has stripped down her sails required to go out. Not only Ja she in
to paint her yards. j ballast, but she must,-be very dirty as
Castle & Cooke. Ltd., seem to beha ha pro,babJy "XlIU
, b? cleaned within the last eig it
holding the schooner George Curtu un- . months." -
til they can get their two- vesjete o way j Others who consider that the Fort
for New York. The Hawaiian Isles is George cannot properly be called over
now finishing loading sugar but will due say that many vessels have taken
probably not get away before the first j over a hundred days to come from
Prices Are Right
75c per Gallon
CHOICE TABLE CLARET
50c per Gallon
25 King near Bethel St.
THE RESULT. -
A sitier can not be posed Id
a moment. To secure
" ' . 184 N. Hotel and
163 S. King St.
Bicycles Exchanged, Repaired, Botight
and Sold, Prices Reasonable.
Tom Keen's IMamiii;
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDF.U.
Carpenter work of -all -k'nds. ' Large
assortment of: brackets and moultfings
always on band.
Old Union . Feed Co, warehouse.
G. Q. YEE HOP & CO
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Beretanla Street, corner Alakea.
Phone Blue Silt
pictnrea.one must take timeic
. fctudy the mood'? of the sittei
and give him the opportunity
to become at ease.
We pursue this course
and the result justifies
the time and patience
J. J. WILLIAMS, '
Fort Street. Photographer.
of the week. The Tillie E. Starbuck,
the other vessel to go around the Horn,
will then be loaded and the George
Curtis last, although the latter has re
ceived some small Jots of sugar in her
hold already, . aggregating some 7000
bags. The Curtis expects to take about
50,000 bags to San Francisco.
The bark Albert, which expected to
leave for San Francisco today, has
been delayed through not getting her
sugar fast enough and it i3 not' ex?
pected now that she will get away1 be
fore the end of neit week. sihe will
take a few passengers. .
.The Norwegian bark Australia, wSich
is finishing discharging cement at Irm
gard wharf, will probably be ready to
3ail in ballast for Eureka by ext
Wednesday. The Australia haV Kent
lot of service and some of her plates
having become loose on her . voyajr
around the Horn from Leith, consider
able work ha3 been done in tightening
them and getting her ready for sea
The Columbia sails today in ball
for the Coast.
the same locality. A few years ago the
bark Harry Morse was 103 days on a
passage from Newcastle to Honolulu
with a cargo of coal.
Arrived from Newcastle,
The American barkentine Jane L.
Stanford, Captain Molleetead, arrived
from Newcastle on Saturday morning
at 8 o'clock after a 49 days' passage.
The Stanford has a cargo of 1492 tons
of coal. Captain Mollestead reports
fine weather throughout the passage.
The 'American schooner Honolulu left
Newcastle" six days previous to the
Stanford and Is now out 55 diy. The
British bark Aeolus and the schooner
Prosper are out from the same port 52
and E'l days respectively. . .
- THREE WEALTHY ESTATES
Pacific Micle & Supply Go. Ltd.
Beretania St, Near Fort.
N THE FaSIIION'ABLE BOULEVAIiPS, all ctaeeee of
work mingle together, but the discerning eye rtadily tj
distinguishes the O'Brien & Sons', San Francisco, and il
Babcock Co 'a New York vehicle?, by that subtle air of fashion- jj
able elegance that is not mere outer ornamentation or noveiiy e
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but is a happy combination ot many aeians in naruiuuiuu if
lationship. It represents the experience gained 1-y years of iiu
rovement. r '
Cabriolets, Surreys, Beach Wagon-,
Latest Alodel Runabouts,
Cushion Tire Bikes,
All Styles Top Buggies,
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together with the best f peed Carts and the O'Brien patent
spring best Business Buggy on earth, with a full line of Acces
sories, Whips, Robes-and Harness, make the ru5t complete
lines to eelect from west of the Kocky Mountains. Call and
examine our good- or write for catalogue.
HUMAN SKIN ON
Scarred arid burned, the steamer Rod
dam, the only vessel that escaped from
St. Pierre, at the time ' of the volcanic
eruption, arrived at New Orleans a. few
days ago with a i.ew crew, except for
five men who were upon her when she
made her remarkable flight with the
dead and dying upon her decks. She
will go from New Orleans to Mobile,
and will take a load of lumber from
there to. Holland, after which she will
go to London for repairs.
Her brave commander. Captain Free
man, whose exploit in taking her away
from St.. Pierre will rank among the
most remarkable feats in seamanship,
is now on his way to his home in Eng
land. Visitors to the Roddam are per
mitted to contribute to a fund for the
families of the men killed upon her.
It seemed a miracle that she, of all
the . ships in the harbor, should have
escaped, although she got away with a
terrible loss, having 26 of her officers
and crew burned to death by the terri
ble fiery gas from the volcano.
The paint was blistered and burned
off all over the ship; the tarred cordage
was hanging in shreds, and the wooden
portions were eaten into by fire where
the red-hot ashes and fiery mud and
blazing gas attacked it.
The iron decks showed the effects of
the tons of molten matter and ashes
which had covered them to the depth
of some three feet, and under which
and in which so many men of the crew
had Iain lifeless and burned out of all
semblance to humanity, while the brave
captain and the heroic survivors work
ed the ship through a long day of dark
ness and horror into the harbor of
Santa Lucia, with he doad all about
them and the terrible burning scoria
still clingring where it rained down on
the clothing and flesh of the living,
while the dreadful gases did their work
with almost instant effect.
In removing the ashes the skin of a
band tis found dinging to the deck
the con-.Mete outline, with the nails
perfect out no flesh, only skin, and that
burned and blackened by .the sulphur.
! A i.-nilar outline of a foot was found,
not a ci-iuipiete" foot, not a foot with
MeFh. but Merely the skin burned and
rvftt-Keneu, snowing that the living man
inlsst have been held fast to the deck,
and that he writhed himself loose, leav
ing the. skin adhering. New Orleans
Cor. New York Times.
3C aad 42 Hotel ttreot.
Ice Delirered to any part of th
iBiand orders promptly filled.
.Huffman & sitiri-jm?-
rslkon Blue Jill. P. O. Be
YoaEg1 D O. Not Find Cable.
Tl'e schooner The Brothers returned
from Kilauea with diver Herbert Young
aboard yeesterday morning, after hav-
mgr made ;i fruitless effort to find the
Inst cable of the Kilauea Sug-ar Com
pany. Rough weather prevented Mr.
Young: from doins the amount of work
he expected to and the weather was
ultimately so bad that he had to
abandon his search. The company is
anxious to recover the cable as it is
badly needed for the loading and un
loading of vessels there. The cabie
ran from Ihe shore to an anchorage
in about seven fathoms of water and
it is th;u. ht that the island steamers
have f. u'.td the loose end with their
anchors and carried it out to sea in
" ' (Continued from Page 9.1
divorce against John Power on the
ground of cruelty, alleging alao habitual
, N. Naketa has filed an answer to the
Kuit of C. It. Hemenway, trustee of K.
Tuketa, bankrupt, to set aside a sale
of goods foe $1S70 as fraudulent. A de
nial is made of the charge and it is al
leged that plaintiff was indebted to him
in the sum of $1870, In consideration of
which was transferred the stock of
goods at Aiea, Oahu, but the sale was
in Kood faith, and without knowledge,
on the part of defendant that K. Take
ta was bankrupt. This sale was made
Jan. 15, instead of Apr:! 8, as alleged.
Defendant further says that since said
transfer he has purchased for cash fur
ther merchandise amounting to $2417.84
which has also been attached by the
HAS AN OFFSET.
An answer has been filed by J. D.
Holt Jr. in the suit of William Lono
Austin vs. Tt. William Holt et al. De
fendant claims to have improved the
property sued for and puts in as a set
off to the petition the sum of $6000, with
interest from August 23, 1893, being the
amount paid by defendant for the said
I. D. Kellett Jr., as master, vester-
day. reported the accounts of W. O.
Smith, guardian of Thomas and Lucy
Richardson, to be correct. In the in-
' v. ..... . j " ' iJ .7 . m.l 1U J U CV'1 1 11UICU
one share in Hamoa Plantation, which
the master reports was obtained in ex
change for ten shares of the Reciproc
ity Sugar Co., which had been reported
as worthless by the executor.
Edmund II. Hart has applied to
Judge Humphreys for permission to
practice ylaw in the district courts, of
the Territory. -
Judge Humphreys yesterday dismiss
ed the bill of injunction in the case of
Jacintho Jose Rodrie-ues vs. A. r? snvn
Ivahaina has petitioned fr nrroint-'
ment as administratrix of the estate of
her mother, Keanu, which is valued at
$'!'( 10. '
MR. MAGOON EXPLAINS.
Honolulu, T. H., July ISth, 1902.
Editor Advertiser I trust that in
your report of the court proceedings in
your issue' of tomorrow morniner vou
wil! pot eay anything, directly or by !
implication, which can in any way rep- ?
resent me as saying anything rejecting I
upon the integrity .of Judge Perry or1
derogatory of his Judicial opinions. (
My remarks this morning, which were j
called forth by the attempt of opposing',
counsel to introduce in the record the j
decree of Judge Perry, rendered over a '
year agro in the suit of J. D. I'ai is vs. '
An tone Fernandez, as evidence In an- j
other suit. In which J. D. Paris is euin. j
me as administrator of the estate of ' A. '
Fernandez, were not intended to cast !
any reflections upon Judge Perry or his '
decisions, but my contention was that j
inasmuch as the decree which Judge '
Perry made had been overruled by the
a. ' J 1 " ' ""U wtJI V CI .4iCU UJ lilt-.,. j . .
Supreme Cour t, it was, as it were, dead 'nii lal-inci.
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WHOLESALE AU DETAIL DEALERS IN
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-J -l. A. JLLi Art
holealA an 1 RpLiil fMm P;n.:,i
ed that there should be no mistake on CIlOlU U 3J& I rTIH Gil S A RQT1 T ,f A
ths point on the part of any person! ,t j UlVli. t XJLQOli,, JLiuLL.
in the sound of my voice, and at the' A uoni ohltQ J.4.1. - OfKt. l a
time expressly repudiated any insult' , n-, . , wujw, DDeria.in Mrtfl,
in that ILl'.J I"1.' 11 J 1
to Judge Perry or his decree
I might add that the court of its own
motion this afternoon reversed its rul
ing permitting the introduction of that
decree, thereby sustaining my conten
tion that the decree was annulled by
the subsequent decision of the Supreme
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
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