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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1302.
OUR UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
dine in the
iipholstr-iy 'In yen
should cm to in
We will make till)
new nml will maTtc
nny size muches-,
shades, el'., tit the
BLASTING OPERATIONS DID
1 GUfiAr DAMAGE!
I IN DIFFERENT LOCALITIES
(Continued from tins" 1.)
OCR DnOMMKR 8 DRlaV.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Illoclc, Corner Fort nnd Ucretnnln 8ts.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
7t nn UlAItU
Mr. Geo. W Fltch, with Simpson Ac Miller, San Francisco. Cal , art Montgomery St.
Say en March t, 1900. "As I tali I huo rut the Chicago In lie offLe where it rt wtl- tuft.
is A M. to 4 sol. M , right by the slJeul Smith's, anrltne Bar Lock machines nnd mvecir'OY. It aston
ishei at fhi capacity and superior quality of iht work ol the $50 machine It w'tl hr.ld 'tsr at,umtany
of the hlstl-Price? machines, and t congratulate you on the rroductcon of this lltt beaUy. 1 1 ave ewn. it a
Hammon4.rf-.ir Lock, anl havrun a smith lor ears, but f would not exchange The Ct'raio ttrdnyrt
them Then n does not need at drayman to carry It around "
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency,
at a time payments".
Machines sold en
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
h- ' .Vat.-W.
II111 ml i' sil
.". ;tL!fi-fr f'A? '
uutt rTi.m. 1 ur ". .'v' '
; H.- try if y 's V,, U
.i.i: fjJ9J -
C'nl)' a personal Inspection can gtvo
yoit an Idea of tlio valuo of tbeso sots.
Tliey consist of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, nnd
nre a bargain. Como and seo thani.
J. HOPP & COMPANY, :
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner Kind "nil Ilctliel StrcctH
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Job
Ilea, Jnmfl, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & V. are tho highest
standard of excellence In tho
We guarantee every can of
S. & V. goods sold from our
store and have yet to hear of u
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for the 8. & V.
Brand. Wo recommend it know
ing It will pleaso you and make
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, iihove Ucretnnln
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has bo
como the most popular of
all foods simply because
its work and results tell
quickly nnd satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
11 11 Limited 11 11
ioeo FOtvr street.
240 Two Telephones 240,
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
The Illgbts of Man,"
by Dr. Lyman
tables for the Pair
Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
'Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
'French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloan.
"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
(worth reading! .
Torna Gordyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'blast went off nnd a heavy piece ol
'wood, which had tested nn the cross
i bentus overhead, was shaken out ot
place nnd thrown down on tho center
The piece of wood, which was alout
seven feet of tluutiy-four, rami with
m an Inch of striking Mr. Spltmiej
nn the bend. It rntne down end first
iim must hnvo killed her If she bad
ui t Jumped tint of the way In the nick
pf time. The lamp was shnttoiod hy
the falling timber.
Mr. Splnnle, when be knew what a
narrow t scape his wife had had. was
la no pleasant mood and had no com
pliments for the manner In which the
Misting In hclngVondtictcd.
Unless the Hplnnlcs are assured that
the occurrence of this miming will
not be repeated they will move from
the bouse. Mrs Splnnle Is In conMnnl
tlientl of Mime fatal accident to some
member of her fatuity as a result ot
the terrific blasting
Several panes of glass were shatter
ed In the Splnnle home and pfctt.res
in tho walls wpre Jostled out of their
The greatest actual damage done so
far by the hlnstlng has been In the
buildings of the Honolulu linn Works.
An elimination was made of the
buildings this morning, by members
and employes of the company, and It
bai been estimated that several thou
iiinl dollars' worth ot damage has
been sustained. The company will
present Its bill to the responsible par-
Kortnnately no one was Injured In
llmse buildings. The earllness of the
hour when the blasting took place ex
plains this fact. Had the scores ol
litf n who labor In these buildings been
pie.unt tit the time of tho blasting,
roiiicono must surely fiavo been scrl.
titisly cut by the flying glass.
Over eighty panes of glass were
Bl.nliered at the Iron Works by this
iiieming's blasts. In nearly a dozen
ensu. the greater portion of tho win
lnw sashes were luoken, the wood
work as well as the glass being sh.it
tered, so gieat woh the concussion.
The brick buildings seem to haxe
bum more susceptible to tho concus
sion thnn the Iron structures.
The two buildings of the Iron Works
i.enrest the scene of the blasting wprw
those directly affected. One of tbeso
buildings Is of brick and the other ol
metal. The brick building Is used as
a pattern department and Is connected
by n bridge with the metal structure,
which is used ns the draughting di
pnrtment upstairs and gcno-n! husl
nets offices downstairs.
Tho brick building sustained the
moBt severe Injury. In this structtira
l-fty pnncs of glass were shattered nnd
six or seven sashes were broken by
the concussion. Tho glass In some
tnsej fell on the Inside of tho build
lug. In others on tho outside. The
windows facing the sen were most
damaged. Those on the other tide
unwger, were broken in many cases
Tho building Is a two-story n flair and
has n metal root supported by Iron
girders. In every easo w here the brick
work supports na lion glrdet, the wall
has been badly cracked by the con
Mission Irom the blasting. One run
plainly see the erackii by standing on
the outside of I lie btrlldlng nnd run
nlng his eye nlong under the edge til
tho metal rooting.
Strangest of all, tho metal roof has
been raised nt least halt an Inch fioiu
tho brick-work and seems to hae
been shifted an Inch or two to one sldo,
toward the sea. '1 ho force of the eon
tueatuii seems to bavo had 11 tendency
to raise the root and slide it fiom it m
former position toward the sen. T'is
Ik au Injury which is very serious and
it is n (juestlou wltether the buildiiij
Is safe in Its picucnt condition.
The metal building lacing the sen
sustained no stnu'turnl damage, but
hutweeu twenty nnd thirty panes r,t
gluth were slintteieil mid lliu front
ilnur, a huge double affair, was com
plctel) ruined, being so sprung that It
Is wedged and every Joint is ugapu.
A peculiar thing In connection w".h
this ttooi lit the tin t that a large l.vu
hull was Hinii'il In two when tlw
dour lelt the concussion of the libra
TlH' c i-inent pavement In front of Hit)
Iron Works ulso lelt the sbo-k, belli J
ri'ckvd In many places.
All the doois on the mukul side 'd
the buildings on the road uie wedt.'U
and could not he opened this niorul '.;.
Rehire business could lie conune-n-.il
ut tho fion WoikH this morning n
rie 111 and dustpan brigade had to 'ako
rburgu and clear away the brolx-n
rnptuln II ray1, manager of the Sail
01s' Home, presented n bill to Cotter
Blethers yesterday for a large pane ol
g'.L's which was broken In the Home
hy ibu concussion of 11 blast yes ep
All 'be windows in the Healanl licit
l.iiust haw been shattered. The Ib-i
131.I loys aro still grieving over 'he
dsmage done to one of tbelr wiliuiluc '
intlng mac bines, which wua rulii'd
t'.ic other day thiough the same cnuse
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. roster, Jeweler, 15S Hotel St.
Madame Smalt's regular social nt
P.lks' Hall tonight
Furnished room with use of kitchen
advertised for rent. Se ad under Nw
Valuable leases will be sold at auc
tion on May 17th. See Hy Authojltj
Your amateur photographic work
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
I'hoto Supply Co.
Comes & McTlghc, tho llcjuor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city frco. Tel. Main 110. '
Antollne, a new discovery, make
ants leave home. The Honolulu Drug
store sells It for 25 cents a box.
Gossip appeared ns usual today
brim full of bright and Interesting so
ciety news, general comment and wit.
A new brick building suitable for
lodgings nnd a fine store are offered
for rent by Krank Hustace. See To Let
column on page 8,
The nngtmcrs' Club will hold their
regular mc-tlng this evening at 7::;o
o'clock In the ni w citmrteis In the Y
M. C. A. building.
The display of Grand I'liewnrks will
occur tonight on Pacific Heights
Round trip. Including admission to tli
grounds, 2, tents.
Miss May Damon will leave next
week for Vaiuouver In company with
.Mrs. Wnlbrldge and Miss Parke If 1
destination Is Ilanff.
The Ilrownle camera No. 2 Is a mar
vel, takes a sharp, clean picture ami
costs only I2.S0. Call and seo them at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
The engagement of Miss 1-Mna Dell
lnger of Seattle, Wash., ami l II. Mus
grave Is announced. The wedding will
take place In the city In the near fu
ture. The gasoline launch Watcrwltch,
Captain Young, towed the Island
schooner C. L. Woodbury out of the
harbor this morning. The schooner Is
bound for Hllo.
There were only live e.is-s on th
Police Court calendar todiy. Four ol
Vietc were eni.es of iliunkenness. Th
other was a case of embezzlement
ngnlnst .1. (. Axtcll.
There will b" fiospel service in the
lent tonight with an lllttstiateil lec
ture on the life of Chi 1st at 7:t:.
o'clock. Tomrovv afternoon sei vires
will be held ut :i o'clock.
The Canndlnu-Aiisti.tll.tn steamship
Anrnngl, from Vancouver ni'd Vlcttula
was sighted at l.H) o'clock this aftei-
noon. She brings three ilavs later
news of the outside wot Id.
The tug Fearless towed the barken
tine Kllkltnt, Captain Cutler, to sea
nbout 9 o'clock this morning. The ves
sel Is bound for the Sound in ballast,
having arrived heie with lumber on
A general meeting of the Hawaiian
Association Football League will be
held In the rooms of the Seottlnh This
tle Club on Monday, toe llih lust., at
p. m., to discuss the pWns for thn
smoking concert which Is to he given
soon. A full attendance is icuuested.
The pier extending from quarantine
Island to the landing gave way for a
length of about twenty yards today
while a body of soldiers from the trans
port Sheridan were passing ovi-r It.
Some forty or fifty soldiers were given
rnther a severe tumble and many weie
painfully hurt It Is not thought thai
any of the Injuries were st rloin, The
water was low at the Hire ami numberr
of the men cut their hand-, uud feet on
(Continued Horn pago 1.)
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A88OCIATION, of Phll.cfelpM
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, if T
Offices Stangenwald ldj, M
chant Street. Tel. uaia HI.
HONOLULU STOCK GXCHANOE
Honolulu, April 12, tc5i
NAME Ol STOCK
, I'aUcp c5
S.3 H'l Aslrl
WE ARE IT'S 80LE AGENTS
McINERNY SHOE STORE
C Brewer ft comrany Loose
N S Sachs D O.Co.L-l I 60 00
S..U. Ktn A CO.. LU . , eoocav
twi puntition to .... , ),ooo,otxJ
HtwallanCom JkSu Co mi,?)l4
i niwiuin atifar lo .
riooomu Miffir lo ..
HofloluSuEr Co . .
Hatka Scjtar Co . .
KahaVu Plantation Co
Kfpahulti Sugar Co ...
Koto a Sugar Co
MeBrydSuCo..U. . .
Otau Sugar Co , .
Cnonea Sugar Co,
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
NEW ARRIVALS ON THE ALAMUDA.
"Olbson" stjlcs In shirt waists, tho
newest Ideas in open front na well as
open back waists, they are excellent
fitting, beautifully finished and a low
ness of prices not to bo found elsewhere.
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
I-ndlcs' lllaek Hermsdorf Hose, open
work In lane- patterns and Lisle Hose.
25e. per pair. Remember .they nro
Hermsdorf and we have only ono case
of 50 dozen pairs.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Entirely new importation nnd thu
first of this season In Whlto l'lque,
Duck, Linen, Crash, Coverts and other I
materials. All new effects and very
Anhther new addition to our stock
In this department. Special values
this week. 25c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
New washable Oalon trimmings in
endless variety of patterns and latest
effects. NOW OPEN, and on display
tho newest noveltlei In Silk Galons as
well as Laces over In wash dress ma-
The best Imitation of Kllk for drap
eries in pretty patterns, only ono case.
Special at 12 1-2e. yd. '
Pacific Import Co.,
1 1 JS fSV-i?r
I r-uUB rijB4wl?ridL- .
Model lllock. Fort Street
REGATTA BOY'S WASH
for tbo 1002 Summer sea
son. Kntirely new stock
Just opened. Mothers
should seo these stilts at
nnro ns the assortment Is
now completo and tho
"Rcgnttn llrand" has no
equal (n style, quality and
fit. Prices nro extremely
low considering tho goods
and money cheerfully re
turned whero they provo
ULOl'Si: Sl'ITS for boys,
nge from 2 10 years,
Como nnd seo them.
Ookala Suear Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co.. Lll . as I
Olaa Su Co. LU t-d up (
Paauhiu Su Plan. Co
PactSt Suj.r Mill.
Pala Plantji ion Co
Petekeo Si ir.r Co .
Pioneer Mill Co
Plonr Mill Co Asses
Walalua Afro Co
Walmea Mill Co .
Wilier Steamshle Co
Inter-lslanJ SleamN Co
Hawaiian 1 lectrlr Co
Hon WJ'J T K L Co
Mutual Telerhonr Co
Peorle's Ice K I'g Col
First National hank
First AS Uan fcTCo
Hawaiian c.ov 1 r-er cent!
Hllo KH Co percent
Hon W.rlJ Transit . ..
Ewa I'lantat n a per centi.
uanu k rv l t.o rer c
Oahu Plantation e
Olaa Plantation p. C
Walalua AcrKul. 6 p c
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGC
Orders for tho purchase or isJo d
stocks and bonds carefuly and rosirt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungrt
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; TeU
phone Main 331.
'incse nro only seven of tho new 1
books, jut wo have seventy times
Bcvcn Just as good and ai Interesting.!
J. M. WEBB,
Uoolisellci' nnd Stationer.
ItKlll III this iltv. April 7lh,
wile of II C Held n son.
j lli:m In this cltv A ii II 7lh the In
font sou ol Mrs II. (V Held.
nig to Your Honor that an Investment
oi trust funds In the bonds of tin- Oa
hu Ituliway fc Land Company is n safe
conservative and prudent Investment,
ami that a trustee who Invests In these
bonds acts with sound discretion, pru
dente and faithfulness.
As to the Investment 01 JIl.S.'.o hy
rTie trustees In the bonds of Mellryde
Sugar Company. Mr. Davis finds tite
assets of this loipomtbiu to be iil'out
tl.SSI.I.') and the mortgage bonds Is
sued only J;riO.C.:.!i. He finds that not
only are- the bondholders pnileetod ut
Hie conservative estimate of four mil
lion dollars, us the valuation of assets,
by 11 surplus of about $:t '.Tiii.tioli. Iml
the piopeily in Ihe event of the total
lalliiie of tile sugui In lush. v in this
Territory, would jleld 1111 incouic of ."
per cent upon tiiie-half iiillllon ilnlhils
11 11st d us a t utile ninth alone.
'On this plaulatloii," savs Mr I la
vis, "ther whs earn- enougb In Hie
mound this yertr tu pay the entire
hnnilciT ini'iebteiluess. The holders ol
1 lust-bonds are amply protetted Tin
Invcstimuit of the tiust funds by tie
trustees In the bonds of this corpora
lion I Hud was made with prudent e
ami faithfulness and the trustees. In
making such investment, exercised 11
wise ami sound discretion. The evl
dente taken nt the several hearings Is
attached to this report, and must sat
isfy the most skoptieflT that l?!e Me
llrvde Sugar Company's fi per cent
bonds nre among tho gllt-edgo seturl
lies ol this Territory.
Mr Davis examines the provisions
ol the Mellryde deed of trust minuted) .
In tb light id United Stntes decisions,
mill emit bides that the rights of the
iiiinoiiiv 01 me noniiiioiiiers are nm
pit pmietii'il by the provisions ol
11111 document. He theiefnni consld
jCik li itHi-lchH to speculate upon the
I IHixHilillltv of n failure of Ihe corpora
I Hon to pit) the Inteiest upon Its first
1 niii-lutKe bonds, bet nunc Hie seeinlty
1 give 11 nuclei ihe (lei d ol tl lint ereeds
the umiiilin of the Issue of the homls
fotn 01 live llniHH.
The Evening lluIMin, 74 cents per
UnnaQt riontal uinrk CORNS!
at honest prices
The New York Dental I'nrlois are
under new management and are turn
Iiik nut tin1 best kind of dental work
known to the profession at the lowest wiiicaiionvou
prices ever known In Honolulu.
Kneli department In eiiiuge of a spe
cialist and our operators an- graduate
dentists of the best-reeogiilzed schools
In the II. S. or the world.
We have n l.irgei sunt than any nth
er dental tifflte In the ilty: we have
the licht plate workeis. crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
blanches of dentistry ns practiced by
us an- stilttly up to date.
We can save vnu money on )our den
ial work We will tell von 111 ailvniu-i
cxutl what vein work will cost by1
It lice eMltlllllllllnn
If nijli.n them our frit liao Mm ly acquired
bai liat-ll. It Is not nrcess.ry to Is- tortuteJ t?y
corns, Ingrowing nails l-unlors ctillHalns tic
Tl may tv curel"lhal Is snurleelmay he brrken
ut their Sa4 haSlts, ou will K surprl4. not only
how much more ra tilt an J cumtollaMe inuwlll walk,
but with how much more slnranJ force vim will b
able to think and a.l In all your tsjslnrss or social
Call an! see me about this, or srnl me worj and I
Dp. W. R. BoIe,
Union Street above Hotel,
Consultation at office tret
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Cencral bookbinding, ruling, glldlnc
embossing, maps, charts and artlatia
printing nt tbo KVENINO DULLUTIN
SET TCETH $5 00
GOLD CROWNS J5.00
GCLTi rTLCTT.XS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
All our Instruments tire thnioughl)
sterlllri'tl before use
New York Deuial Parlors,
iloom 4, Elite Ilulldlug, Hotel Stre'
LADIES IN ATTENDANO
Hours. 8 a. ra. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u
CURTAIN WEEK AT
NO. 10 8T0IJIJ
FOR BRIGHT'S DISEASE
AND DIABETES.. ..
MRS. L, S. MESICK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu.
csN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY NiORNING
ir afternoon given to dictation, will
teep your correspondence "cleaned
tp " Try It a month. I
.1. D. AVERY, BusincRS Correspondent ,
Henulantyl Certalnty-J Oespatchl I
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The licHt collection In the city nnd much
lower thnn iihiiiiI prlceH for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Commencing fdon, ITtli
Tel. Main 76 9 SMB. Elite Dldg.