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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' It. T. MONDAY, OCTOHKR 7, 1901.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nnturnl SpnrMIng
Waiter bottled nt the
' .IOIIANNIH 8PRIMG8,
ZollhiiUH, - Gcrmuny.
The Pavorlte of New York
and London Society.
UUIIdlllllb ,,c tiinUnrl
from among the mlncrnl
wntcrtH of the world by "The
Lu.idonLnncet.' The hlghcttt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
employ! two of the moat skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, wriolc-
'some and sanitary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at , ' 8 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at
azors Honed and Set
T Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOU 25 CIJNT8.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
A splendid hutiso fjrooted the Lilli
putians on Saturday evening. Thu
main part of trie Opera House was
filled nnd there we.ro good galleries.
After n very- successful matinee thJ
panic nfternoon this popular demou
Htrattnn of laor cheered the little
people up to n Una pitch of effort,
"Tin- (lali'ty Olrl" was Riven In a
manner that carried tho largo audience
on n lilgli wnvo of enthusiasm from
opening to finale. Tliero woro encores
fretiuently and wimu notniily pf the
song nnd chorus, "Tommy Atkins"
repented two or threo times. In In
telligent by-lnay those In leading part
well deseived the npplauso I hey le
celved. while thu entire company ex
hibited n perfection of drill which
would lime won bannera and medals
for big soldiers. A smartness of turn
by the members. Individually, was n
marked feature throughout. Tho sp"(
tntular In the play was carried out so
well hh to leao nothing desired.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It i.s being us"d successfully nil over the Islands.
Intimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction- guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
CONTEMPT OH COURT.
A. Smith, n colored gentleman, nnd
Win. KitmaUia, a native, were nrnsted
Ftitunlin on tho chargn of affray. ThJ
lufter pleaded guilty hut Htnlth plei I'd.
not guilty nnd proceeded to flr.li' a
case with Attorney Correa nppeurlrK
fur the defense.
Smith was very much cxcltol nn
kept iilllng out lo Deputy Sheriff
Clillllngworth Unit lie was n Ilrltlsh,
subject, tapping himself on the arm
all the while, ills attitude was mnt
Insolent but Judgo Wilcox said nothing
until lie called out to tho court nnd
attempted to contradict what had been
sulci. It vwis then that Knilth was
mn lie to halt and thu fellow was sen
tenced to twenty-four hours' Imprison
ment mi 111 chnrgo of contempt ol
There wns no session of the execu
tive council this morning,
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., J1.G0 per week up.
The only place to get the He wood
shoe is nt the Manufacturers' Shoo
Dr. J. Atcherley can be found nt 313
King street, next door to Opera House.
Ilalllff t:. da Sllva of Judge l.ltilnV
court will return to Hllo tomorio
with Mrs. Sllva.
Judge Little, after adjournment of
the Supreme Court, took the bench for
Circuit Court chambers business.
A commissioner's sale of valuable
property will tnke plnce October 12.
See notice in this Isstio for particulars.
The next gnme of bnsebnll on the
regular Winter League schedule, wld
bo between the Capitol and 1'ollte
teams. This should be nn ensy thing
for the latter.
Superintendent of Public: Works .'
II. Iloyd nnd his asslstnnt, M Hint on
Campbell. lire expected back from Hi
wall in the next Klnau. David Ilaug'is
reports that they loft for Hllo nt nbuiit
the sume time as lie left lor Honolulu
Don't forget Camnrlnoa of the Cali
fornia fruit Mnrkel when J on want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand n frc.h supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Ilarcfooted Hill" has been release I
from tin1 polite station, it being Mil
pifppiiHe in i,'iiire tmuenre couiiet ihik
Iilni with any nf the recent robbeiles
iibcnit town. Ho testified befoie lb-
Unind Jury In the case of Kaluni,
charged with robbery, ami It wns upn.i
tills- testimony tnnt the latter was cm
lctcd. V. II. Tlione, who appealed In the
Police Court a shoit time ngo, wns
again present this forenoon. He wtw
charged with using tnreatenlng lan
guage toward nuother man. I'pon tho
facts being ascertained, Judge Wilcox
placed the defcudaut under bonds i'l
the sum of find to keep tlio peace fur
Wray Tolur, Commissioner of Ag
riculture, has heard that hu'lias been
elected to membership In the Anion
can Association for the Adiiuceiu"iit
of Science, the sessions of which luivo
Just recently closed nt Denver. Ho
has ulso been elected a fellow lu the
Sodety for the Promotion of Agrlciil-
Mural Selene e,
S.tturclii evening, a wagon contain
The recent experience of local fire'
Men with electric wires gives partlcu
n r Interest to tho following excerpt
.rum nn article by Morris W. Mead,
nibllslicd In the Engineering News:
In running overhead high potential
Aires In the business portion of most nK ,.,,. chinamen. Ml over n small
Itles. there Is too much carelessness) rm1llklllf,nt , , ,(Wcr tu$ , ,.
.n the nrrungement of the circuits. 1 VaU 0m. r tll. ,,. wnK r, 10t
jellcve nil electric ngni circuits gnouiu. ., , , . , , k T, p otll(.1K t..
An Ideal present for an (deal friend.
We have the ideal article at the ideal
price. A pen with a (guarantee. Your
money back If not satisfied.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
co c c
H id h
GOLD IN THE BACK.
That's nil. Muylie you've had It uuO
tlioilglit oll were getting old. A REL
STAR PORUS PLASTER tho most
curative plaster made will llx It al
right. Leave It on n feu dnjs, A
iruteh for l.iinu backs. Two for 2."c
STOP YOUR COUGH,
Had colds nre plentiful. Here's ;
cure, hut take It In time PUTNAM'"
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT takt
light hold of a cough seems to gc
straight to the seat of tumble. On
dose gives relief. Pleasant to till i
2.ic iiikI "oe buttles.
These hot ilajs aro pioductlvu o
headnches. There Isn't uny runiur
why oti should suffer when you ni
get n speedy and safu emo In tiiUm
one of Hie lamous HEAD-EASE pow
dels, This is the most popular leme
dy III these Inlands; 2.e box of twi'lw
FORT AIND KINQ
TWOGAMt'iH LAC II SATURDAY,
I'rcsidiut Charles ClillllngwoitU nC
the Winter League vvus seeu this uioru
lug with refireuie to the rumor thut
two games of baseball would lie plaved
w each Saturday until the tegulai
scheduled games shall havu beeu com
pleted. This Is what lie had to say:
"I nm heartily In favor of having twn
baseball games played euch Saturday
nnd those of the bos with whom I
have talked, feel the ame way, V
lire ull workliip for tho good of sport In
Honolulu nml we want to give the foil
"litll bn)b a chance, lly playing twe
Minus euch Sittuiday. we could gl
tlirnugh tho ecuson quickly nnd thi
the fnotball lio)n could have their lu
SulwrHw for tlio AVKKIvl.V
3JUJ.1.KT1.N-, only )?1 wr nunum.
' Fino Job Printing nt the Uul
t- 4c tin oflico.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholele Importers and Jobbers.
European and' American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
, Hackfeid & Co.T'Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
te run In parallel, and al regular in
erv.ils bail off to switches, nnd tbat
neb Incatlons should bo numbered
nd blue prints of every switch and of
lie locution of every circuit should be
rejinreil and kept on flic at tho biail
niarters of the fire department. These
ihould nil be carefully studied and
one over either with au expert of the
ocnl company, or wltli u competent
It electrician. Tho firemen should
ic trained nnd Instructed In lianilllug
he switches, ns well as In general i lie
rlcnl pilnilples, so ns to unriersfiuid
he easiest and safest manner of
iiiuilllng the twitches, as well us In
sencrnl electrical prlnclpleH, so us to
inderstnnd the easiest and safest man
ler of bundling them In cast; of enter
;ency. Kvery circuit should bo lubel
d nt regular intervals with the volt
ige It carries, and all controlling de
'lics should be made to correspond.
Tiolley wins can bo arranged on the
mine prim I pie, so us to ha able to rut
hem out at every 1000 or 2000 feet In
rowded cities, and theso places tan
ie inrefully marked nnd records placed
n file at department headquarters. In
he larger cities, one or two electric Inns
ihould be attached to tho fire depurt
uciit and io to ull fires, to assist and
o lust nut thu members of the depart'
nent lu self protection frcm high po
One of tho best remedies for danger
lorn overhead wires Is for cltlcb to
otnpcl ull wires to bo placed under'
(round In the business portions of tho
lly and on all main avenues. Llec
rlc light companies In all pities car.
ifford to do this, but all cities are not
o situated as to mako successful tho
inderground trolley system. While
N'evv York c Ity nnd Washington might
mcressfully do this, yet I would doubt
ts feasibility In Pittsburg, or In any
Ity where there aro so mail' hills or
vhere rivers sometimes flood the low-
r strtets. In all titles, however, trol-
ey feed wlies can hn placed under
'.round and feed outlet? arranged at
tated Intervale, thus doing away with
nuch of the obstruction and souic of
The next slip toward doing away
tlth t'lcrtiliul dangeiH should be a
omplete city control over these mat'
crs; ordinances should ho passed
dating supervision of overhead wires
n the bunds of a lompeteut rlt) elec
"rlc Ian, or, as above suggested, compel
inderground c (instruction.
Another safetv arrangement which
latuiully suggests Itself in the protec
Ion of firemen, In fighting llres, ficini
'lei ti Icily, It, that all electric light and
power (ompanles, railroads Included,
ihould have thoroughly equipped wu
tons, loaded ut reasonable. Intervals
tluug their lines, with competent men
n charge, to respond In every cuse of
lie. Tli lb. I should think, would be
;ood tiling for the companies them
elves from the standpoint of economy
o say nothing about the protection It
would afford to tho firemen. Conga
ounce ted with the Urn department
'lues should be In all such headquar
ters, and If necessary there should be
two iruws attached, to relieve each
Jthtr, or else to sleep there regularly
is flremen do and answer day and
night. Another convenient preventa
tive is to have on hand rubber boots
md rubber gloves, to ho furnished to
the llremeii with insulated pliers, with
which the) (tin cut wires In case of
raped witn a few sciatines. me wagon
was flnull righted and the Chinamen
proceeded on their way to KcjolaU.
Five hoodlums four native nnd on)
white were unested Mitiuday on the
charge of assault and battery on Chert
Sam. They are Kama. Kamakn, Keto
nulu Inane. Alfred Souza nnd I lair v
Armlong. The only onv who pleacb-l
guilty wus Kama, the smallest of the
live. The case (oinea up In the Pollci
Court this afternoon. The Chluuinn)
concerned claims that tins hovs ttiruv.
Ilium of dire ut him.
Among the thiougli passenger in
the America Mam urn Lieutenant Com
mander Wm. Hruiiuerarcuther, L. S. N
Slid wife. W. K. Menvon. M. P.. Chuv
Yu Kwun of the Chinese tonsillar ser
vke. C. D. Teniiey, president of the
Tien Tslu universltv. Mrs. 8. V
Adams, IT, d. Customs Inspector of Hun
Krunclsco. and I). Aokul, president of
the Japanese Post and Telegraph Dc
A number of four-horse drags tilled
with members of the Lilliputian Coin
pan) now- performing ut the opera
house, were driven ubout tho city ye
terduy lo see the sights. They went
to Wulklkl and drove through Kaplo
li.ul park. Stopping off nt the Hotel
Annex, tin) weie given a sea bath
and then a splendid luncheon. Man
ager Allen of the Hawaiian hotel, wuir
the popular liuL
Tint Jupatiese who takes Onto if
what Is left of tho (iovctumcut fnr
csts on Tantalus ridge, states thai,
since the natives liuvo been living just
below him In the experiment station
cottiiKO there have been but a vorv
few mongoose seen In the vicinity and
that the chickens which lie lias lie-n
trying iu raise, nie now doing well, it
attributes this to tho fact thai too
natives have a nuber of clogs ami
that these have made life a perfect
burden for the inonguoso.
In the Police Court this forenoon ten
Chinese, caught gambling lu the
Kwong Vlug Put platting mill on King
street, were eudt lined $10 and costs.
One of the number suld he was sleep
ing while the game wus going on unJ
tried to get out of the scrape In this
wuy. Judge Wilcox remarked thaL
some time ago, he had allowed one Chi
milium under like circumstances, tu go
flic, giving him the benefit of a doubt
Since then, In nearly every gambling
gang, there were some who elniined
they were iu the arms of Morpheus
when the arrests were made.
J. D. AVERY,
General fieporfino and 1 ypewrltlncj,
Second lloor I.lltn lllds.. Hotel HI.
At otlleo 9 to G:I&; Tel. Main 7.
At liuuso civenlngs; Tel. Illue still.
At tho age of :I0. tho avorago Hug
'ibhmuii weighs UiG pounds, thu avei
ige Ameilcan 10(1 pounds.
The world's hemp crop is worth 10
iillllous, .Made Into rotKi It Is valued
it :!'l millions
In Ui.l ull Australia hud but 3U
lilies of railway. Tho continent now
has over lli.noo miles.
Kngland and Scotland huvo boiwuen
Ik in ii'.'O exptess trains daily, which
liver altogether 01,000 miles.
Westminster Cntneilrul Is uot )ct
bt'llt but It Is ulreud) receiving gifts
of relics. Through Pope l.eo's Inter
vention what Is left of the bod) of St,
."dmiind the Martyr, the lust King of
the Katt Angles, bus been taken to
Ki'glnnd from Toulouse. It lias been
placed tf-mporarlly In tne rliapel of tho
Duke of Norfolk's Arundel Castle,
where It will slay till the cathedral Is
finished. The murt)r's body was mov
ed about several times In Knglnnd be
fcie it found a resting plure in llury Ht.
Kdmund's. There tho barons sworn
ujkiu It that they would wrest their
Magna fhurta from King John. After
ward the French Dauphin Louts car
rled the saint's body with him til
Frunce, whero It remained for 700
years. Parts of It were given to cllf
ferent churches from time to time.
bone of tho forearm Is at llury St. Kd
mund's, another at Toulouse, but tho
ratket at Arundel Castle contains thu
skull, less the lower Jaw, and u good
many of the hones. The baud of tuci
Apostle St, James the theater, hiimglit
to Kngland h the Kmpress .Matilda
and now ut Mallow, will also bo placed
In lbs cathedral.
tor TEN DOLLARS.
, lUUUft.llhWll.itVl-'iui HHt
at I Im r uw it ltinif tti lilt
null I'liif t fnilfKl 1 1,
vriiliniiiif llw t iU'
tlytnf.tiiirm! 10 ilrrni
tlironl NtHti Hli'rMinllt
tho um! Imitlli'Hl
IImLLi Xm. i Hrinff full Ittf iriiifili.ni lh..ltt-il HhiiiohU
Hj'rinrrNrl.. lin iMttnl tli4lrl, i dt'ciriKl Iim.
You Have a Family Tree
Itut If you linvc'nt ti
Shoe Tree ou enn
never expect tolinve
yocie Hlioenln mluiric.
The '04ter,, Tree Is the best, easy to
Insert or withdraw, saes the (eet from
corns or bunions, saves the shoe-.
fflNERNY SHOE STORE
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly arriving mako n l inters lu first-class hnrgalns; then,
too, we are not In the IIKIII ItlLNT DISTIUCT.
We an sell goods nt n price fur below that of downtown mer
Minnt'i and make the same profit.
If )ou would save money, note the prlrcs on some of the fed
lowing new goods which were received by (he luct Mariposa.
Our windows are full of thesu baigiiins and It will pay )ou to
(ome up our way.
N t vv nnj J ilntv dcEn.
excellent .iirtintnt In nil
uIJIIk .tn J qu.illtlc, llli
ItiMTtlnns to match.
8 1-3e, 10c, 12 1-2c.
Swiss Ribbed Yests
A large nsiortiiirnt jut oiitn
ed which Is Mire to please.it
12 1-2c; 1.40 per dor.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT,
We are showing the latest novelties of pretty effect In lavees
and Insertions, which embrace the tholcest and rarest creations
ever seen In Honolulu.
We have not the space here to do them Justice In n de
scription, so will ask jiiii to come and see them. Uirgo as
sort men t to select from.
OF MEN'S HOSIERY
Immense stock Just riperod nt the following prices:
Men's holld color Hose. 70c per box o. one-hatr dozen pairs.
Mm Imported Hose. lllal. and Tan, 12 1-2c pair.
Men's 1-nncy colored llosu 'n Stripes, 16 1-2c pair.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mer
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honnlulu, October ;, igsi
NAME OF STOCK I ftf jj Bit
C Bfewtr (TtCoRcrany.
L II. Ktrr k Co., LU .
Eh Plinotlon Co .... lo
Hanoa PlantallonCo . ' iti.ooo too
HawallanAeTlculturalCol i.odooo loo
Hawaiian Con Su Co.. t.llf.tio, loo
Hawaiian Sugar Co ,ltoco,oooi
Honomu Suear Co .ono' '
Honokaa Suear Co aouo.o
Haiku Sugar Co . ,. 500.000' 1
Kartuku Planlallon Co .oo.oco,
Kllwl Plant Co .tti. l.ojo.cn
Klahulu Sucar Co ... ,60,0001 I
Kotoa Sugar Co. ... yx,wc
Kona Suffar Co.. at oovjo i
MBr)Jt SuCo.Li.atl iit.voo
ti ud I i.Cto.cyjo
I naniku ue co. Li J
I Onon-tta SuefC
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co . Lt . ai I
uiowaiu company.. .. .
Paauhau Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill jooooo
Pala Plantation Co . Tjooool
Papeckeo ugar v.o
Plonttr Mill Co ....
Planter Mill Oi Ms
Walalua Agr. Co .
Walluku Sugar Co
wamanaio sugar two .
Waloi.a Mill Co
1VI JtrSl.am-MpCo .
.lawallan blc.. Co .
Murual Tclfpnon Co
Oatiu Ky at Lani Co
Ptoelt'n let ft R'l'g Co
F.tX National Bank ..
FIlttA.S Bankft T.Co
Hawaiian Gov j rr c.ntl
Hllo W. R. Co. 0-"int
H1I0M. R.Co. 6r"nt
Ion. KarU Tramlt.. ..
Ewa Plantat n 6 rcr rent!
Oahu R ft Lan Co. ft c
Oahu IMantatlon Ape .'
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua Agrlcut. 6 p c .1
Sales -Jti I'liit r. Iltluj Bono () It
C I.. Co. Ootids. lli.,; limit Kwn bondh.
Jliil. .,0. 10 Kwu, J:...-.'.,: lu i:wn, S2.-
."1, r, i:u, ll'.'i.'J.'i; ."11 Olaa. assessablo.
Vi; !: Ulan, assissuble, W; :, Oahu.
V.ILLAHD E. BrtOWN.
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
JVtcllNERlNV BLOCK. FORT 8T.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exciting.
Order:, for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executW.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldttrf,.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephone 169,
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR 8TOCK8 EVER PAIDl
This Is whut the
Is KlvtnK its customers when
they buy att)thlnK in
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 cent Papeterles cut to 10c
25 cent Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent PapeteneN cut to 35c
50 cent Tinted I'apetles cut to
More goods for lest money than
was ever sold In these Itland'i
316 Fopt St.
that would be n Rrnco to any house,
Just opened by us, and aro waltln;;
tor Jim to come to see them. If J on
huven't a nice dresser wo went you to
see these, hecnusii you can't help bu-
ItiK one vviien you Know how conve
nient they nre.
Oak Is the populur wood for furni
ture unci we have
thut will slilnn uhovo any lu town nnd
nt ridiculously low prices.
Wo would like tu call attention O
This branch Ib a very Important ono
to you and to us.
We make anything you order and
from any design. Mattreties made
of hair and wu soil them for hair
no cheap mixture, I'lllovva stuffed,
couches made, etc.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
INSURANCE. f 1
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Olllco Nn. 307 StaUKenwnld liullillns,
Honolulu. T. 11. I O. box 1107.
Tel. 2i3 Main.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Uulletlr. Publish
J. HOPP & CO.,
The l.citdlnjj Furniture DciiUth.
King and Bethel Streets.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fin' Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
Valenciennes, Applique, Swlsj.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovei
lace in black and white, newest
designs, and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 PORT STREET.
Uutilnctiti Man's Lunch
The best In the city: iitjoa.m t02p.n1