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EVBNI.VO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 190L
wSL VV sff
Is a matter of the utmost Im
portance to the new house
keeper; It takes a great deal
of judgment to get what you
want without expending too
We take pride In fitting up
new homes with fine furniture
and are satisfied with small
profits, which you will see on
getting our prices.
Visitors are always welcome
at our store, at the corner of
Fort and Beretanla streets,
and we will be glad to show
our stock without expecting
you to purchase unless you
Coyne Furniture Co.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
i a Jry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It U Ivinjj used successfully all over the Islands.
Estimate given for any iron roots, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
You Ought to Know
It ought to be worth something to
you to know just where you can al
ways get the books you want.
Our stock is not only complete but
very large. We have over 1,000 titles
In paper bound novels now In stock.
They are the latest and most popular
the kind people are talking about
and .ready to buy.
We don't read all tnt books but we
do read the book reviews, and are
atter permanent customers.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Clcaiess is next to Godliness,
And there is Virtue in
llecaus., they nn- made from the pur
t material In thn flnei.t and uort.
equipped toap tactory In tho world.
Tho scented Kinds emit delightful
oilors, Bift mh tho hreuth of tho Unw
orn from vvhleh the (MUfnme Is ex
There are many kinds to ehoond
from and overy one In a plenelnK kind.
Once Used, Always Used
..White Rose, Mountain Violets,
Sweet Lavender, La France Rose,
Cashmere Bouquet, Oatmeal, Musk,
Jockey Club, Benedictine, Italian Vio
lets, Bay Rum, Honey, 7th Regiment,
Castile, Bath Soap, Turkish Bath
)( H. MAY & CO., Ltd'.
' BOSTON BLOCK, I OHT STRKI3T.
Telephone , S4, Hit
l. O. Box 80
PROBATE: CASES MONDAY.
The fnllowlnu pinb.iie matter were
ket down for luiulnx .Moudii) morn
ing: Jaunllie lluwlimi, order to bhow
taute. In in entiile J. J, N, Hue; Kiinr
illunn'mi of Albeit II. I.ucub et al.,
minors petition for nppnlntmt'nt of
gtiardl.in; etiitu of John d Conln. mo
tion for inure ullowaurc to widow;
Ciiarilliinslilp II. A. I". Curler ft Hi.,
annual nt'iuuuu; eltile Auiouu 1'. !"
Hue, onler to kIiow i.iiis; Kiiardliili
hlp J. HlnUddl, minor, uuuual uc
rountlnii; Kiiiil(il:ilihli Itleliardooii
mlnorx, nniiiml neooiuitlufc', guardlnu
ship II. I'. William et al.; In tho mut
ter of Hie bond of Nlwohl; piardlun
ihlp Ki.iilou llnl.illl. p(ndthrlftj Kimr
illauthlp of Jos-ph und Manuel Ciirlur,
lietltlon; Kuurill.iiii'lilp of Ghj minor.
annu.il uooouiUbj iiatt Keulolia lulio;
irttci'dkilislilp 'f riiirenei' Hell Ten Id
buiy, pi tli Ion; esiiite II. M. Sllllniaii,
annual ii.roiintit; Kiiiirdluunlilp HeliO
Knnnohl; esLitt Antono rell.e, mo
tlonn; KUHnll.uishlp JlniT reblinw, pe
tition for appointment of Ku.irdlaii;
piardlannhlp of Jnelntlie restinu, an
Wank books of all sorts, leiU'eix. ete.
uiunufuctured by tlio llullellu rulillsli
employ two of the most skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for maktnj
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thiity Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at , 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin '
Pies out at 8 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
I Puffs out at 11 a.m.
I Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
No More Dreaded
Provided you have one of the
most effective little device.
for using mosquito powder
ever invented. Thai's a
and It is all that the name im
plies drives mosquitoes
away, gives one peace and
contentment in the evenings,
and takes but a teaspoonful of
powder for an evening.
it possesses many advant
ages over burning powder.
The effect on the powder Is to
. product a pleasant aroma.
Does not Injure the eyes and
lungs, leaves no smoke-odor
In clothing or room. Safe to I
use and will last for yean, i
GET ONE TODAY. Price, $1.
M. Phillips & Co. i
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
J. D. AVERY,
(ienoial Kiiimrtlm; und Tpowiltln,;.
Tel. Illuo SiJll. Seeond lt.ir Kllto
!t ii, iu 5:15 p. iu.. or Inter l) en-BiiKenient,
UH ill (M
THE LATE D. B. SMITH'S
POLICY FOR $25,9W
The Equitable Company Contests the
Claim to Avoid Double Pay
ment. Through Two
Tht $25,000 lnuraneo policy on IIib
life o! the lata David ltnwers Smith Is
the suhjert ot a trial before Judgo
Gear bepun yesterday afternoon and
continued over tlio holiday until Mon
day. Ocll Drown, the administrator
under Itiiwnllnn nrohntn Jurisdiction,
Ik the plaintiff, and (lie Equitable Llf
I.lfe Aur."inee Co. of New York thn
defendant. Whitney & Holilnson rep.
recent thn plaintiff and Hatch & SUM
man the defendant. Thn Jury Is torn
pned of Harry 55. Austin, I.nwrcncs
H. I'm-. .iHine OMit Jr., H. N. Altny.
K. Huffiindeau, Oeoro 1'. Kluegel. K.
J. Crawford, K. C. Ilertelmnnn, Geo, K.
Fox, IM. I)"k'im,. J. H. lMwards u ml
V. G. Ashley.
Demand lmd lren ntndo by the ad
ministrator upon Hi-iko Cnrtvvrlitht.
Hnv.iill.in pRcint of tho Equitable, for
inment nnd proof of death sent to ths
Letter of h ltnlnlstrntlon on the e.
tnte had Ik en so"iired In N4v York, by
Mrs. Olivia llronn of North Carolina,
an mint of decedent, who contests tlm
estate aitnlnst the daughter, Mrs. Mj
mle H-irke of Honolulu. The company
Is on the defensive, for the purpose of
proteeflnp Itself against double pay
ment, as happened In tho case of an
other Honolulu policy not long ago.
At tli close of the case for the plain
tiff Mr. Sllllmnn moved for a non
suit ou the ground that no demand for
payment had been maflo al the head
6:nVn in New York.
Jurtxe Gear promptly denied the mo
tion iiuotiriK law shiming that proof
of death oontitnted ft demand.
Mr. llurke, wk present In court with
I Iff I
DRAWN IN OPEN COURT
BY CLERK MALING
Respondents in Pearl Eaibor Condem
nation Proceedings File Their
Demands for Trial
it. Malluf, ciirk, iu presence of
Jii.lt'" Kstti) and lllstrlct Attorney
Ualrd, yesterday drew tho grand anil
petit Jur'.ei for tho October term nf
kh" I'nited Status District Court, as
1 Gland Jur Thomas McGuIre, Da-
,xld !.. Conkllne. II. J Cruft, Doits-
in b uiuir, j. u. .MCMonougn, rranK
Drown, Honolulu; J. T. Stacker. Ill
lo; Patrick Cockutt, Wnlluku. Maul,
II. N. Almy, JamiH D. Tregloan. h.
. Shuw, J. T. Crnwlcy, Honolulu,
Kranl. T. HerMra. Hllo; Duucnn 11.
Murdueh, Uwn; J union .McQueen, Geo.
II. runs, .Mnrous (Julliurn, U. It.
Itruwii, A. J. Campbell, Honolulu,
Jotfph Co.ik, Hllo, GeorKO II. Aukih,
Atvln K. Cimipbell, Honolulu; Win.
. I'etlt Jury J !'. Mowm. Clms. M,
CooKe. John lion. J. H. .Martin. Hj
rolulu; J. T. llrowu, Hllo; Wm. W.
. Clminborlnln. T. J. Myrtle. K. X.
noyu, , u. Ac:iicy, u. u. wiimu.m,
i. A. Hugh.-, Honolulu; Wm. T
ilaldliig. Hllo; W. Ij. Hopper, J. V.
liowlia), J. T. Copt-land, Harry V.
Davison. J. O Ilotliwell. H. V. Kltu
or, Honolulu; C. H. WHIN, Huniilel.
Ko.ua!. T. W. Hobron, Honolulu; I,.
S. Canarlo. Hllo; Geort'e P. Mcl.eod,
it. W. Duncan, Edwu-d Dekum, Ito
Unij of the grand jurorH drawn Is
known iu bt d ad, So viral Jurois an
dbheiit In Fan IVahkIrco. HUH thow
ar t Lough uanit-t. to eov;r tho mini
Amended antwers und domamlH for
Juutt were jilt-ij by thn respondents In
tin- I'earl Harbor navul station con
aemnutlon prifcetlliiBH yestenlay, by
the Honolulu t'lantntlou Company,
The Itowsett Compunj, Oahu Sugai
Coiiiiuiiy am, Oa.hu Hallway & I .and
The following ! tho deimind for Jury
vulcr. win !., prcsent'id Monday, S'.v-Iteiiib-T
I "Now- comes ihn Dowsott Company,
ll.lmtted, onn of the defendants ill Uik
uboe iitltlod euuxii, und demanilH a
Jwri trial of (he mrttom In Issue In
.ald faui-e ai.il inivetj tlio couit Hint
paid raitM be phieed upon the calen
'dar o' uiusc-s to bo tried beforo tlio
iji.i. itt thrt next, Oet, bor, term t.f
' th .
,l,Ht t-f ft
TO THEIR GRAND
The following letter lias been forn jrilcil to President MeKlnley
l.y Lis toinradet of (leo. W. Be I.on I'ost, 0. A. It.:
Honolulu, H. T Sept. 10. iOOI,
To William MtKlulijSyPresldcnt of the United Stales,
Comrii'lc In thesti remote Iilands, where, tliiinlih o jour wis-
il.im .Hid st.ue.manfiilp, the HaK of the United Slates noiv waves
over a pio-peroufi American conitmiulty, -we veterans, wlrti ou of
a war wlilcti preserved our country and wedded It forever to fiee-
dom prosperity and power, tend jou u niesAdgo of smiatliy and
We tliimk the Uuler ot the Universe who has pieserved your life
to your country and mankind, and wo helluvo that out of the sufferlm?
ili.it his mum to you, and out of that sj'inpath) with that surferliu:
of Mity rnlllloiiM of ptopl-, there will lie developed a public senti-
iiit-nt that will domand und will leielve the tn-operatlon of (lie
ilvllizeu iiatloiiH tit the world for the extirpation of the splilt of
iiiMi'-hy, l,j efficient measuies however draslle, nKalust nil who mini-
"et tin, doctrine, of Kovernnient by aseasHlii.tt!ou.
Ood iriexi and keep jou, Sir. 'Aloha Nul.
WU.I.IAM 1.. IIATOX,
JfHlN V. KKANfllS, I'ust Commander.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Jared Smith went down the road to
Hwa this morning.
Roth the .Myrtlcn and HcahtnU will
protest In the first race of tfie day.
Comodore Ileckley was one of the In
terested spectators on the Judys' pon
New goods ctery week at Haffner
the Jeweler's new stand, 181 Hotel
Dr. J. Ateherlcy can be found at 343
King street, next door to Opera Hoim.
Sec ad. .
Caolaln and Mrs. l'ond and Captain
Merry entertained their friends aboard
the U. S. S. lioquols.
Services for the Day of Atonement
will bo held Sunday ecnltiK at R p. ra.
and Monday morning nt 9 a. m. at
Caterer Chapman was in charge nf
the refreshments on tile pontoon and
vo. naturally, ccrybody was satisfied.
lie had an ofllclent corps of assistants.
Trtnccs David Kawunanakou and
Jonah Knlnnlananle had a launch In
thn bay. Mrs. Kalnnlauaolc and n
number of friends were also In the
The pievalllng wind today being
from the northeast, those on the
judges' pontoon got the benefit of the
music ns well as I. lose cloxest to the
base nf operations on the I'uelllc Mall
The steamers that came In this
morning liae alt entered boats Iu the
steamer boat race for this afternoon po
that there are n number ot entiles to
he added to those which appear III an
,t the Catholic Church of the feacrtd
Heart nt Marquesville ( Puliation) to
morrow, the 17th Sunday after I'cnte-
cost, Keast of the Seven Sorrows of the
D. V.. II n. in. High mass with sermon
nnd collection as usiia1;3 p. in., Itosary,
A Myrtle rnnoe was om1 ot the at
tractions of the harbor today. In It
were Messrs. Krcd Angus Southard
Hoffman, two other young men and
four young ladles. The canoe rould not
he mistnken for anything but Mxrtle.
To the excellent management bv the
Itezatta committee In due In great patt
the suciess of the day's events. Thn
committee Is made up of A. A. WHder
ot the M) riles, Krcd Church of the
Healanls ami S. K. 1'. Tailor of the
In the very mlifest of tue protest In
the first race of the iliy, when Jack
Atkinson and W. W. Ilnrrls were re
gaged In n warm argument about the
alleged foul, Arthur Wilder shouted
nut, "Hoy. bring us some beer." This
cleared the atmosphere and the re
freshment cleared the throats.
D. G. Camarlnog wished to show his
ui-niiiittl, t ultl, nil alilnu u,, li unra
the colors of the three clubs on his,
wide brimmed struw hat, n combina
tion of three other colors lu bis buttou
hole bouquet, a pink shirt, u warm
necktie, a black coat, light trousers aud
tan shoes. He made a striking figure.
Editor GUI RelcaHett.
Deputy Attorney General (I. A. Da
vis yesterday afternoon entered n nol
le prosequi tin behalf of r-dwin S. Gill,
editor ot the Itepubllran, under Indict
ment, with plea In abatement pending,
for assault with u weapon. Mr. Gill.
It will be remembered, In defending
himself against a xiolent assault by
Mortimer Stewns. a reporter of the
Advertiser, Iu the Kcpuhllcan office
one night In February last, wounded
his assailant. Slovens slioitly after
Ms recovery absconded from the Tcr
lltory leaving n number of victimized
creditors. One of the two only wit
nesses of the assault by Stevens and
Its repulse left the country later.
Pnul Ncuinnnn'H Cntnte.
Kllse S. V. Neumann, exeiutilx o(
the estate of I'nul Neiiinunu, deceased
bus filed an Inventory of personal
property, showing: :i( shares Oahu Su
gar Co.. 3"r.il; Insurance policy Con
necticut Mutual I.lfe Insurance Co.,
Hartford, Conn., $10,000; promissory
note C. K. Heynolds. IISu; cash on
band. i:i.'.0; total. JI.'.'.'.'.O.
MOItGAN In this tlty. September 21,
1901, to the wife nf James r Mora'Jn.
1'OnHKS At Kukiilbnele. Hawaii,
September 18, 1001, to tho wlfa of
David Forties, n son.
COCIxKTT At Walkiipu. Sept. 17,
11101. to the wife of I-:. K. Cockett, a
WAl,Di:YEH-HONS At the Anglican
Church, Wnlluku. Sept. 17. 1001. by
the Ilov. Wm. Ault, Curl Waldeyer
to Kmlly Adeline Ifons.
t'AItl.KY At I'iil.i. Sept. 1". HIOI. Cln
ra Louise Cnrley, liifunt daiiKliter of j
Mr, ami .Mrs. k. n. Lariey, imeu 11
moutlis and 21 days.
..MUi.'i&"' iali' l. inVji,
McINERNY SHOB STORE
for one entire week
BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 16th.
A TRIP OF TWO BLOCKS UP
FORT STREET WILL BRING
YOU TO A TREE OF WON
DERFUL BARGAINS, AND YOU
SHALL HAVE THE FRUIT.
f pieces of Real Irish Linen pjA
1 1 Vf LaWBS I'-'Mtra length., ao TrOvr
unit IIS IncheH wide. Kejjulnr
price O.OO, hiiIc price 4.80 per piece.
pieces) of the mime muterlul
Regular price (.80, huIc price
SI.BO per piece, till
During the tute gootlH will be Hold hy the piece or by
the yard. I
An exhibition nf thcue goodM dUplnyetl In our window .
Don't mint It.
' JUHT OPHNCD-Lnrge Htock of 8cnHonnhle GooiIh.
Come nnd kcc the grand dlHp'lay.
Latest Cishion Covers.
Stamped and Hemstitched
Lineni Goods of Every Description.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
M fA' eVWV
& ssm ! I
m tuj wl'tnr. pA,AMjf
McINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
In H inolulu to buy a carpet, to
(urnlj'i one loom, or ten, to buy
forcali or on credit, to have
furniture npilr.'iiK and uphol
stery done, Is : : :
J. iiopp & Co.
Cor. Klnii nnd Itctlicl 8tn
HART & CO-,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLOUS
Fine Ut Ctf.mi anJ Water ;e
t-hocvlatts and Confections.
UiihIiickh Mun't. LuikIi
The tot In the c!t j : u:)oa,m to 2 p.m.
cjtLi.ii.,Jifcj 'ju '. . . i imLjjut... .irtiWij'
Yes, that' what they're oiled, an J that's
' what they'te made for to vaIlt"on,
Some of you still walk, nctwlthstandlirg
the new electric cats, and vou want comfott
able and Rood wearing shoes.
We have Jut what you want In the
WAULK-ON. It Is an entirely new stock, just
optneJ and sure to r ve satisfaction.
Wtilk on Wnulli-on hntl jjrjint
Ti wiilltcr'n on, who Wnulk-ou xxclir
Tlmt when tlielr Vnulk-tin' nil
They nmy nlk on iintitlicr VVnulW-
FOR EVERYBODY !
Wc will Hell
Crepe Tissue Papers
IOR 10 CT.NT8 Kindle
roll, or $1 tor n docn
rolls. Alii coloi-H the
Hiinit: price. I i i
All the l.ntcHt
Itnokn In Htock
Illll lToet Street.
Blank books of all sorU, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
KAHUKU RIOTERS REFUSE
TO MAKE ANY PLEA
The; May Be the Subjects of More
Writs of Habeas Corpus
Wade Pleads Not
When arraigned under Indictment
for murder In the first degree yesterday
afternoon, before JikIro dear, the four
Kiihukii rioters declined to plead ou
the iidvlio of their attorney, K. Jt.
Urooks. I'ostlbly nn attempt will tm
made to secure their release ngaln on
habeas corpus, upon the presumption
that nreordlng to the Territorial 8u
nrellle Court tliev have nlre.iHv hpen In
jeopardy. Another claim en their ne-
uair is inai inc time mis elapsed wnen
they nilslit legally be Indicted. A teeli
nleal plea of not guilty Is entered ou
the refusnl of a prisoner to plead.
Oeorge Ilolahola, Hawaiian, was ar
raigned on Indictment for larceny In
the second degree. He was charged
with sttallnK SlO pounds of coal from
the United States (iov eminent. The
prisoner pleaded guilty, saying he vv.it
in trouble and hungry when he torn
mjtted the offense. Deputy Attorney
(jrueial Davis asked for leniency, and
Judge Gear pionnunced sentence of
ten days In Jail.
Oeorge Wade, who killed Olllesple.
on board the steamer Australia, plead
ed not guilty to the Indictment for
murder In the first degree.
Nearly half -x billion pounds of tea
weie consumed In the year 1900 In
toi.ntrles other than the sources of
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of T-
Offices Stangenwald Blda.. Mer
V.ILLAHD fi. BrtOWN.
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchanee.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi
OrJers tor the purchase or sale of stocki
ana bonds carefully and promptly ejiecutsj.
Loans negotiate J.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Postofhce Box joo. telephone 169,
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond brokers,
Real Estate Agents, j
Rent and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Co.,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. p. O. Box 667.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all over
Ucein black and white, newest '
designs and flntst quality. A .
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
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