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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T THURSDAY, JUIIS C. 1031.
Chicago. May 30. The doom of the
single overhead trolley system In the
United States was apparently fore
shadowed by Special .Master In Chan
cery Prank 1. Wean, when he filed his
report In the noted "Peprla Electroly
sis'1 'caso with the clerk of the United
States Circuit Court.
Should Judge Orosscnp approve tho
findings of the master In final hearing,
the street railway companies of Peoria
directly and all traction lines operating
the single trolley system Indirectly will
ho compelled to substitute a double
wire, giving a return circuit without
using the truth as a medium.
Master Wean, after an exhaustive
Investigation and hearing of about
three years, during which testimony
was taken In many of the larger cities
of the United States, rules that the cur
rent from the single trolley wire es
caping Into the ground causes the de
composition of water pipes and that
the Peoria Water Works Company,
therefore, has good grounds for dam
age. He recommends that the Injunc
tion prayed for he Issued.
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Home MaJe Pies, same as your mother
made, In mlnceapple, peach, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cteam. Thty are superior
to any purchased elsewhere, and all hot at
to o'clock a. m. Out Hot Doughnuts ate
simply par excellence and ready at 6 o'clock
a. m. Try some wltn your morning coffee.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at it o'clock a. m, delicious. We serve
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Doughnuts, a light break
fast for to cents only. Cold Sliced Ham
lunch, assorted, for working men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE 1st we will
sell 30 loaves of our bread for one dollar.
Please call up PHONE 74 and send In
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, It reduces the
temperature fully 15 degrees and preserves the iron from
rust, and we guarantee It to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is as cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Roof Paints now on the market.
While they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
cooler. If you buy the " Arabic " and put it on yourself, it
will cost you about ic per square foot ; if you want us to
furnish "Arabic", labor, etc., it will cost you from 1,'cto
2c per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Liuod Slate; a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
New York, May 23. Tho annunl In
tercollegiate track' and field champion
ship contests, held under the sanction
of the Amateur Athletic Association of
America, was concluded today at the
Berkeley Oval. Wretched weather lit
erally ruined what promised to be tho
most eventful meeting In the history
of the organization, and Instead of a
crop of new records, the crowd which
braved the rain and the wlncr had to be
content with a series of mediocre per
formances. About 1,500 people of both
eexes tried to Infuse enthusiasm Into
the mud-bespattered athletes, who, In
spite of the muck and mire, responded
As anticipated, the battle for the
championship cup 'was fought out to
the bitter end, and when the final reck
onlng camo tho anxious boys from New
Haven saw, with dismay, Harvard the
victor by the splendid scoro of 41
point. Yale was credited with 30 6.0
points, which gave tho second place to
I her, and Princeton camo In third, with
'n tetal of 16 1-6 points. To tho sur
'prlte of the spectators, Cornell took
fourth place, with 15 well-earned
I points. It Is the first time In her many
'years of competition at tho Mott Haven
i games that the Ithaca Institution has
scored a first, and when Gallagher
trotted homo In tho two-mllo run and
Sesrs outran all competitors In the 220
yard dash, not n man on the grounds
begrudged her tho two first prizes.
The University of Pennsylvania Is
1 relgatcd to seventh place, nftcr having.
he!d the championship for tho past four
1 years. The two local colleges, Colum
' bia and Now York University, each
' scored 5 points. Bowdoln made 4
'points, and tho remaining half-point
' went to Syracuse. Harvard had not
won the championship since 1832.
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
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David Nahoolewa, an employe of the
Board of Health, died almost Instantly
yesterday nfternoon nt the Hoard of
Health building, where he had gone
w.th a note to Dr. Pratt. Nafloolown
went Into the room where the Hoard
of Health was In session, handed Dr.
Pratt tho note, returned to his hack
and told the driver to go up town.
When, at tho corner of tho Judiciary
Building the hackdrlvcr heard a pecu
liar sound, and, turning, saw his pas
senger was prostrate. Ho wheeled his
,horso around and wcat back to tho
1 Board of Health building, and the
stricken man was carried Into 'tho
Plumbing Inspector's offlco and laid
I upon tho floor. Doctors Cooper, Slog-
I gett, McDonald and others gavo tho
case attention, but In less than nva
minutes death ensued.
The consensus of tho opinion of tho
physicians was that death was caused
by valvular disease of the heart. Thn
supposition being, that a clot of blood
clogged the pulmonary artery. No post
mortem was consldcrt-d necessary.
The deceased resided nt the corner
of Emma and Vineyard streets and
leaves a wife and six children. Ho bad
been In the employ of tho Board of
Health for four years. Ho was n mem
bir of Company O, N. Q. !!., and was
an energetic nnd capablo officer. He
had many friends.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CONNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICE K0U8B GOODS
Received by Evny Stemr,
Whose mothers are delighted with
the way their little ones chuckle
when they see their Taroena food
coming. Baby doesn't wake up In
the middle of the night now and
bawl for an hour or two. Why ?
Because mamma feeds him : : : :
duilng the day. It makes baby fat
and healthy. Mamma takes Taro
ena Food herself, every morning
for breakfast, because It aids her
digestion and fit her to bring up
her little ones. Just try It.
SAM PARKER TALKS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two-furnished rooms to let. See To
Where Is tha Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Takl a ride on the electric .cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 5 cents.
If you don't want a headache, drink
Orcen It Iyer whisky at the Pantheon. '
J. 1. urawiey leu in uic .tnuncra iaai
night for an extended business trip In
A Yokohama paper of May 27th
states that tho China was due there on
tho 3d Inst.
John A. Hasstnger, notary public and
general business agent. Office, Mc
Miller's "Buffet" the best Milwaukee
Beer only $2.15 per dozen quarts at
Hoffschlaeger Co.'s, King near Bethel.
Tho Washington Light Co has Just
received a lot of new, durable and
cheap house latnps. See their ad on
Tho Hongkong 'Maru sails for San
Francisco at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. The mall closes one hour before
L. II. Wolf, tho electrician, arrived
yesterday in tho Mariposa from the
Coast where he has bom spending the
past few weeks.
The social which was to he given by
thoYoung Men's Institute next Sat
urday evening at Progress hall has
been postponed to a later date.
J. L. Rockwell, formerly In the bust
ness otneo of tho Bulletin, returned Id
tho Hongkong Maru today after a
pleasant trip through Japan, Chlnand
Mrs. i:thcl Ilcrgcr, who has recently
bad charge of the Associated Charities,
left for tho Coast In tho Mlowcra last
night where sho will spend her six
Sir Claude McDonald, former British
Minister to China, and In Peking dur
ing tho sclgc Is a through passenger
In the Hongkong Maru. He Is stopping
at tho Hawaiian hotel.
Cotton Bros, have finished tho steel
construction of tho Nuuanu bridge on
School street. The structure will be
ready to accommodate travel as nocn
as tho road department finishes the ap
The HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. arc offering free Instruction In
photography to thclr-patrons. This en
terprising firm well desene the suc
cess with which their efforts have been
When tho box oulco opens for tho
salo of reserved seats for tho Healanl
Minstrels nt Wall, Nichols tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock there Is going to
bo tho biggest rush of tho year for
scats. For the past week the boat club
members havo had tho tickets on sale
and according to reports tho houso It
already being well sold out so there li
sure to bo a rush for scats tomorrow
A houso that Is botn,t moved from a
position next the Stock Yards StnbU-s
on South street to Independence park,
Is making things very disagreeable for
people who, In going to and from their
homes along tho thoroughfare, are
forced to pass it. In tho first place,
people are forced to walk a quarter of
a block from a Btreet car on tho town
side to another on the Walklkl side.
Horses shy and, as there is but one
Bldo of tho streot where vehicle can
pass, there Is constant danger of col
lision. There does not seem to be very
much hurry about moving the street
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Chicago. May 20. Samuel Parker,
Foreign Minister In Hawaii when LIH
uokalanl was on the throne, and who
arrived here today, In speaking of ex
isting conditions In the Islands, said:
"You hear about tho Hawaiian or pa
triotic natlvo party demanding Gov
ernor Dolo's deposition. It's simply
politics. Tho outs want to get In. They
stsumo virtuous names, that's all. They
have tho Legislature, but cannot get
over the Governor's veto of their pet
measures. The Islanders nro prosper
ous under tho new regime. To Illus
trate: Before annexation I could only
pet 3 or 4 cents n pound for my beef.
Now I can get 10 or 11 cents, aud the
supply cannot keep up with the de
mnnd. The Porto Itlcans Imported as
laborers havo turned out well.
Prof. David Starr Jordan of Stanford
University, who arrived in tho Mari
posa yesterday, Is accompanied by sev
en others, making up the complete Fish
Commission to Hawaii. In the party Is
Prof. Ashmcad of the Smithsonian In
stitute at Washington who Is the en
tomologist of tho Institution and who
comes to tho Islands particularly to
study Insects. Ho Is very well ac
quainted with Prof. Kocbele aud II. C.
FIRB COMMISSIONERS MEET.
There will bo a meeting of the Fire
Commissioners tonight. Various mat
tcrs will como before tho body for con'
slderatlnn among .which will probably
be tho selection of a successor to the
late Chief J. T. Hunt.
PACIFIC CARRIiGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts,
Up-to-dntc Hacks nnd
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager,
QUEEN NOT HONORED.
New York, May 2C A cable to the
World from Paris says: Queen nana
valona III of Madagascar will nrrlvo
next week on her first visit to Paris.
Preparations for her reception occupy
a great deal of public attention, tho
general opinion being that tho French
Government Is behaving rnthcr shab
bily toward the rtlBposhessert ruler of
tho big African Island, night roomi
bavo been engaged for her In a middle
class furnished house. These Queen
Ranavalona will occupy during her six
weeks' stay, together with two whlto
servants. M, Unchette. an nttacho rep
resenting the French Government, will
also llvo in tho house. Ills orders are
to watch the Queen constantly to pre
vent her escaping. This precaution It
deemed preposterous. In as much as
tdncc she was deported to Algeria' she
has never made an attompt to escape.
BROWN 8AY8 NO FIGHTS.
All matches with Lon Agnew havo
been declared off. High Sheriff Brown
btated last night that ho would allow
no prize fights or boxing matches in
the Hawaiian Islands. He gave no
reason for his decision, but simply re
fused to countenanco any match of a
fistic nature nt nil. Tho bout between
Agncw nnd tho unknown Boldler has
been declared oft owing to tho High
Fino Job Printing
let in idiii'c.
nt the Unl-
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In the Right Place
At the Right Time
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both In Ladles' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
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and veiy springy : : : : :
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OUR NEW YORK BUYER made some large
purchases direct from manufacturers, much below
the regular prices ; this week we are offering in
the Dry Goods Line extraordinary values : : :
lef Fast colors In Pink, Ox Blood, and Light
Blue, 10 cents a yard.
Greatest values ever offered
!One case of
2n(j Outing Flannels
Regular Value 15c a yard.
I Special this week, 10c yd
One case of
Fast colors, 15c quality, special this week,
9 yards for $1.00.
One case of fast color
60 Patterns to select from.
9 yards for $ 1 .00
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Honolulu, June 6, 1901.
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Walmca Mill Co . ...
WilJof Stmttiln Ct.
Intcr-lilanJ Steam N.Co
Hawal an Lltcme Co
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Ptoplt'a ct & R'l'c Co
Fir it National Hank ..
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawa'lanGov. per cent
Haw fj ot SavaHperc
Hilok. R. Co. 6 percent
Hon. karll Transit. ..
Ewa Plantain 6 per cent
Oahu Plantation (dc
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
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4.00: So Oahj PJ, t4ffl 10 Ewa, 27.7;.
Halstead & Co.,
Money Advanced -on
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and bud Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchaogt
OrJers lor the purchase or sale of stack
ana con Js carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temnorarv absent Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for meundi
full power of attorney.
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Rents and Bills Collected
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Plague In London.
London, May 29. At Wlllcsdcn, aa
outlying Buburli of Iondon, a man sup
IKised to ho suHerlug from tho lightest
form of bubonic plague has been dis
covered. Persons with whom he had
como In contact vtcro detained, but
have now been released. Tho patient
himself Is still under observation.
FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
Thcro will be a meeting of tho Chi
nese United Society lu tho hall on King
street tomorrow night to discuss fur
ther tho matter nf tho application on
tho part of Chlncso for tho withdrawal
of their firo claims from tho hands of
tho attorney for tho society.
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