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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T.. SATUnDAY, JOMB IS. 101.
ttts Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
-," -1 Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
357L where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and marble wlth'nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood coyer.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JlS. Nott, Jr., SanitaT" Plamber.
TELKPnONE NO. SI.
HOW It the Urns to get leaks u
breakages Hen to, end jtsnr
Roof 8 Put In Ordc
By eompetwnt wnr-''
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pic and Gutter Work.
Rtehard Stt. tet, Quten ani Merchant Honolulu.
Jobb it promptly attaftdas It.
Jd. White 41 P. O. Box a7o.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have in my employ FOUR FIRST-
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
w ready to figurs on your work at the
rarest prices. My men are Union Men,
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Beer and Wine Deatora.
iMTOaTIBa, and Wholiiih
fine El Lipr Dealers.
Af ta! lor ttia Bottle! Rata!.. BMr ot saalt'a.
No. 19 NtmiNn Btrdkt
tor Block. Honolulu, Hawaiun tiiAROt.
P. O Boa tT. Motual Tl.phcn. .oS.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
So' Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going;
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
L H. DEE. Pro.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Letups' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers.
A special beer recommended by physicians
iTER THAN MALT EXTRACTS. We recom-
mtnd this beer to a I persons n need of A
OOD TONIC. All city ordersdellvered free
jciurge. family iraae our sprcuity.
afcLtSrHUNfc MAIN 114.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.1
OFFICES i TELEPHONES.
Rooms to V jog, orticc, Mar, j!)
Fort Stmet. Whiti, Mi.
HOURS-tl A. M. TO t. P.M I
. J.TO 1 P. M 1 t TO I P. M.
P.O. BOX lei. SUNDAYS ! P. M
DR. W. H. MAYS
881 Berctanla Street.
.7 to 8 TelephnAfoi
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS !?,.?!"'! p
I p:3 P-m. to 7!.opn
ton TIL. Miln 6
DR. C. A. PETERSON
its rt-oo ed his office at . . . '
46 Emma Street
f 9-1 1A.M.)
Si l- 4 P.M. r
1 7-P.M. J
OUKSM 2-4P.M. TELEPHONE. 49)
Oft WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREKT (opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel.) J
Telephone 610. P. p. Box, E01.
Office hours: 8 to JO a. m.: lj to I
. m.; to s p. m.;Htfn(iayi, 8 to ll x m.
Dp. W. S. Noblltt
KING STREET. NEAR ALAKCA.
to a. m to t p. m. 1 1 p. m. to 8 p. o,
to 10 a. m. inj j to 8 p. m
At Kallhl rcilicncc from 5 to 6.10 every cVtnfng,
Dr. F. J. Raynci,
Crown and Bridge
HO 'RS 9 TO 4.
3CM Boston Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
112) Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
. C. WALL, D. D. 5.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Lovo Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment -for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS 0 to ia-a to 4:10-7 to 8.
The making and fitting of spectacles is
our eicluiUe business. We have modern
scientific apparatus and know how to use
It, We take all necessary care w thout
piling the price way up t hats' the way
make a su cess of It . t i j l
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BIDO , FORT STMET
OVF-P MAY A CO.
Attorney at Law.
PtTiRSON J. A. MATTHiWMAH
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
. O. Box tit
S KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St., near the Post Office.
Chlntsa and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
f O BQXgti. TE1 WHITE gii
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. niupi,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
tnporary Otfcai Room 1 nriuira 8pr.tk.ta aolld
H T.I. M.
Ladles' skirts cleaned. Clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired. .
Suits made tocder,
F.t guaranteed. Loestp Ice.
Fori lrl, n.ar Kukul, and
n.ar Orpheum Tb.ater.
Hrlc.a Cl.anlBff on. ault. tc:
i66q-6bi Dv.1ng au$3 ..
The weekly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin give a complete summary ot
the newi of the dajr.
Game Sorrel. Runs, a
Easily in 2:39.
VENUS DUMPS THE TALENT
AND WINS FROM YIRQIE A
Fine Sport at Kapiolani Track
Amethyst, Cronje and
Edna 0. Easy
Over one thousand people watched
the starter's flag fall for the first raca
yesterday afternoon at Kapiolani park.
The second day's racing of the Hava
Han Jockey Club was abovo criticism,
for everything went off In faultless
style, the favorites being (he exception,
The sport was all that could be dcslr.
ed, the starting was good, and th
nits not over long.
Weller, the game son of Nctherels-
erster and Lizzie Pickwick ran tha
grandest race that has ever been run
on a Hawaiian track, In the mile and a
ualf free for all for the Criterion Cup,
Three horses were entered for the
face Lady Amanda, Hilly McClosky
The start was good, I-ndy Amanda
getting away first about' 'two lengths
to the good. The bay mate was good
for just about a quarter for, when tho
second polo was reached, McAtillffe
brought his mount to the front. As the
horses swept by the stand. Welter led
by four lengths, with Lady Amanda
second and Hilly McClosky third.
The borses were riming for nil that
was In them, for Lady Amandn's supr
In the first quarter had made the be
At the third quarter, Billy XlcCloskcy
crawled up Into second place, and
giadually closed up until ho was but
two lengths behind Weller. The brace
was only momentary, for McAullffo
called upon tha gamo sorrel for an
other spurt, and swept by tho mile post
In the splendid tlmo ot UU'A. From
that time on, Weller was tho only
horse In the race, for length after
length was opened up between tho sor
rel and Billy McCloskcy. Weller came
down the stretch galloping and finished
In the remarkable tlmo of 2:39.
Weller's time Is one second better
than the new English Derby record
which was broken just a short tlma
ago by an American horse. The Am
crlcan record for the same distance I
2:30U (Goodrich In 1S98.)
Considering the fact that the local
track Is three or four seconds slower
than the American tracks, Welter's
performance yesterday places him
among the front rank of great runners.
In the half-mile dash, It was Ame
thyst all tho way from the start. The
betting had Amethyst down as a 4 to
t favorite and the game mare did not
disappoint her backers. She got the
worst ot the start by three lengths, but
by the time the first pol? was reached,
had taken the lead and from that time
on, was never headed. Tho bay in a re
finished, pulled up. In :61, Gaiety Girl
coming second by four lengths. Al
bert II was third.
The three minuto class was tho first
"dump" of the talent yesterday after
noon. Nettle II was a good' 10 to 7
faorltc, While Edna 0 who had been
favorite last Tuesday, was relegated to
the field. Hobbles had been added to
her harness, and a great Improvement
was made In the horse's performance.
The start was a good one, but Nettle
II went up In the air just after the
start Edna G and Artie W did not wait,
however, putting out and getting tea
lengths to the good before Nettle H
got on her feet again. Nettle H was
not done tor by any means, for sha
won second place by furious driving
from Artie W. Edna G won, pulled
up. in 2:25.
The second heat was a good deal like
the first with the exception that Artie
W led from the half to tho three-quarters.
The pace was too fast, but all
three borses finished driving, Edna G
OFFICE TELEPHONE 840.
Idl Standard rtmttfi for Qlttt, ""V I
aaJ Gonorrheal mi Runnings nipnr 1 1
H IN 48 HOURS. Cunt KM- IHUUI J I
Practical Undertaker and
43 and 45 Beretania St., and 701 and 703 Fort St.,
first by two lengths, Artie W second
by n length and Nettle II, third. The
time was 2:25.
In the five furlongs dash the start,
sfter more than forty minutes scoring,
was all that could be diblred. But one
horne was left at tho post, the rest
getting away neck and neck. Garter
lino Immediately took the lead with
Venus second, and the favorite, Vlrglo
A, relegated to fourth place. At the
quarter Venus took the lead nn,d fronu.1
that time on was never headed, winL
ing casuy oy two lensins irom uaner
llne who was one length ahead of
Vlrgle A. l'lckett did not make use
ot his mount soon enough. .Time,
Cronje was going a 10 to 7 favorite
over Aggravation yesterday. The start
was good, but Aggravation seemed
unnblo to take the lead, trailing along
a length behind the General. The race
was run In that way all around the
track, Aggraatton drhlng down the
stretch. Time, 1:43.
An unlucky break In tho third quar
ter lost the race to W. W. Wood 'yes
terday. Walt-a-Whllc led to the quar
ter, when Wood took the lead and led
until he wcrvt.up In the air wjicn Walt-n-Whlle
and Walter P passed him.
The horses finished driving, Wslt-a-While
first, Walter P ncond, arid Wood
third. Time, 2:24.
1. Half-mile dash.nnnnn Tlcmtwyp
1. Half-mile dash, Hawaiian bred;
Amethyst, b. m., aged 119, Ross 1
Gaiety Girl, b. m., aged, 119, Pickett. 2
Albert II, b. h., aged 124, Thomas. 3
2. Merchants' Purse. 3:00 class,
trotting nnd pacing, best two' heats
In three; purse $150. Sweepstake,
club adds 4100.
Edna O, b. m., aged Davis.
Nettle II, b. m., aged, McManus.
Artie W, b. m., aged, Dee.
Time, 2:25, 2:25.
3. Five furlongs dash, free for all;
purso $100. '
Venus, b. m., aged 119, Itoss. 1
Garterllne, b. m aged 119. McAulIfTe 2
Vlrgle A, blk, m., aged 119, Pickett. 3
4. One. mile dash, free for all;
General Cronje, b. g., aged. 119, Pick
ett . 1
Aggravation, b. m., aged 123, Leon
5. Gentlemen's driving race, one
mile heats, free for all, amateur driv
ers, open to members f the Hawaiian
Jockey Club; cup. value $50.
Walt-a-Whllc, b. g., aged, C. J. Holt. 1
Walter P. b. g., aged, F It. Vlda. 2
W. W. Wood, b. g., aged. Prince
Won driving. Wood's breaking at
the five-eighths lost him the raco
6. Criterion Cup, one and one-half
miles, free for nil; purse, $200, to be
won twice by the same stable.
Weller, S. s 6. 127. McAullffe. 1
Dllly McClosky, aged, 127, Pickett. 2
Mother's comfort Father's delight.
God's dearest enrthly gift to man.
What a happy sight; the healthy, ro
bust vigorous, rollicking, always tho
same baby. What a sad sight; the
puny, blue and pale, restless, crying
baby. Nine out ot ten times the chl'd
Is troubled with worms. It shows it
in convulsions, spasms, colic. And ten
times out ot ten Klckapoo Indian
Worm Killer will drive out tho
pesky llfe-cntlng worms. It Is na
tura's remedy and as tho healthy
child Is the natural child, It mu3t
make tho sickly child healthy. The
Indians living close to nature, dis
covered tho remedy. For centuries
they used It to make their babies
rugged, powerful, fearless. What It
lms done for tho chl'd of the forest
It will do for the child ot the civiliz
ed cure. That is what it has been
doing for years. You can get it ot
your druggist for 25 cents. Be sure
and get the genuine. The child's lite
Ik too precious to trifle with Worth
less substitutes. HobrW'Drug Co.,
agents for the Klckapoo. Indian Reme
dies. Dublin Fuslleep Riot.
London, June 2. A military riot oc
curred last.nlght at Shornecllffe. A de
tachment ot the Dublin Fuslleers, actu
ated by some Imaginary grievance,
wrecked their barracks-rooms. The
guard was called out to arrest the ring
leaders and shots were fired by the
Fuslleers, who met the re-enforcement
guard with a volley of ball cartridges
and with bayonets. Two men ot tho
guard were seriously Injured by bayo
net thruBts. The riot lasted for two
Manufacturer and dealer in all descriptions
. . .
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a For eating-, drinking, ant cooking:. Q
wata etfl & co u&
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X rot tawt ar LctotMOoncotat.
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1 OH IH
LAST SITTING UNDER
THE OLD REPEALED LAW
Calendar of Gases to be Tried at tha
June Term-Court Opens
no More Until
Volcano 3. & T. s. Hayashl ct nl.;
ciror to Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
Wise &. Nlckcus for plaintiff In error;
Smith & Parson for defendants In
Virginia Gomes s. Portuguese M, D.
S. of Hawaii: appeal from Circuit
Judge, First Circuit. Vivas for plain
tlfT; Do Holt for defendaut-appellant.
Tong Chong Chan vs. New Zealand
Insurance Co.; error to Circuit Court,
First Circuit. De Dolt for plaintiff In
error; Robertson & Wilder for defen
dant In error.
J. J. llyrno va. P. J. Voeller; excep
tions from Circuit Court, 1'iist Circuit.
Kinney, Dallou & McClanahan for
plaintiff; Magoon & Thompson for defendant-appellant.
Walluku Sugar Co. s. Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co.; appeal from
Circuit Judge, First Circuit. Kinney
Dallou & McClanahan tor plaintiff
appellant Hal tw ell for defendant.
Walluku Sugar Co. vs. Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co.; appeal from
Circuit Judge. First Circuit. Kinney,
Dallou & McClanahan for plaintiff;
Hartwell for defendant-appellant.
Manuel Gouvela vs. Nakamu'ra; ap
peal from District Court. North Kona.
Vivas for plaintiff; Andrews, Peters &
Andrade for defendant-sppeallant.
Kalllkea vs. John Ilapa et a.; ap
peal from Circuit Judge, First Circuit.
Davidson for plaintiff; Stewart tor defendant-appellant.
Territory of Hawaii vs. I.llluokalanl
et al.; appeal from Circuit Judge, First
Circuit. Attorney General and Baird
for plaintiff; Robertson & Wilder for
H. M. Mist vs. Kapiolani Estate;
exceptions from Circuit Court, First
Circuit. Hatch & Slltlman for plain
tiff; Kinney, Dallou & McClanahan and
De Dolt for defendant-appellant.
C. I). Prlngle s. Hllo Mercantile Co,:
error tu Circuit Court, Tourth Circuit.
Hitting for plaintiff In error; Wise &
Nlckeiis for defendant In en or.
Our 8hlp Building.
Washington, June 2. The Depart
ment of Transportation reports 1.024
steam and sail vessels ot 359,789 gross
tons built In the United States and
officially registered during the eleven
months preceding June 1st. Of these,
640 were built along the Atlantic and
the Gulf, 135 on the Pacific Coast. 43
on the great lakes and 156 on 'Western
rivers. The number of wooden vessels
continues to be far greater than those
of steel steamers. The gross tonnage
Is about 30 per cent more than that of
the same period of last year.
There aro some Simple Remedies In
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th oexperlence of years assures
us, should be recorded PAlN-KILLElt.
For both Internal and external appli
cations wnhave found It of great vl
uo; especially can we recommend It for
colds, rheumatism, or fresh wounds
and bruises. Christian Era. Avoid sub
stitutes, there is but one Paln-ICIller.
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
AND NIGHT CALL 848.
Pianos and Musical
Honolulu, H. I.
Thump! Thump! Thump!
That's tho way the headacne tceis
Contain no harmful substances of any kind. They aro positively
helpful to the nerves and system. Sold by all druggists at 10c.
and 25c. a box (tour times as many In the 25c. W.) Avoid powders
put up in cachets (made ol paste) because such covers warp open,
spoiling the powder and when damp are wormy. Gessler's Majlo
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure absolutely In 20 minutes, or
return partly used box to druggist and he will refund full amount. .
POCKET A BOX.
MAX GESSLER, Ph.
Hall's Cottage Paint
That's the kind you want.
Ready Mixed for use t s t
Gomes In all colors t s
E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT 8TREET
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OR -
New F!re-vorlc, Flag, Shields, '.
Festonlng, - Decoration - Bunting ;
Torpedoes. Lanterns, Etc., Etc.,,;
which will be so!d at San Francisco prices. ;
from 810.00 to
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION 3
P.O. Box 535' S.W. LEDERER, Prop, 3
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BU61
' NESS OF JVW. CH VS. HUSTACB,.we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
8 -. . ......
me uunn sectional
Book Cases l
The Coyne Furniture Co., "d.
P. O. BOX '621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE 071
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Thst's.theway the headacne eoesin "'""
when Cesser's Msglo Headiche Wafers
, are used. They send a merciful mess-
ge to the hoi and fevered brow.
do not simply relieve they cure.
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haw triad rrr rmdron tha marktt tail
00. M. Sawird, Topeka, rUa.
wtth Stat Trtaaurer.
C. MllwautH, Wis.
- - 1901
THE 4th OF JULY 3
OF FIRE-WORKS 3
825.00 at the : :
and the Famous Gunn Desks
DaClVc ' TWO CARLOADS J
1 1 I' I 'i'J twit 1
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