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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLOLC. II. T.. SUNDAY. MAY 4. 1902.
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PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN'P,
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Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. They nro convenleitt,
catlly handled and always ready for
TRY THEM. .
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.,
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HAWAII'S GREAT FUTURE
IN ORIENTAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from page 1.)
. -.1 I- !.- tl1.lllhhtnAa If !.n Tldf.
IIC'CUIII 111 lliu 1 iiiiiiim.i;o. I. ."w ..
ish have taken Ilurma, which Is larg
er but less resourceful than tho Phil
ippines and established In fifteen
)ears perfect peace, contentment and
prosperity among 10,000,000 people,
not unlike the Filipinos, and an an
nual trade of $ 160,000,000, wo can
30n0-mllo circuit Includes all of Ja
pan, all of China, part of Siberia, all
of Korea, Slam, French Indo-Chlnn, ' more than surpass their record In the
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop.
MAIN 287. 178-180 KINO STREET.
Wo have beef this week that cannot fall to please tiic most fas
tidious beef epicures. Oh, tho Juice' Host spring tonic known
While ordering remember wo atho agents for that delicious
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
' TELEPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
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TELEPHONE MAIN 45
THEY NEVERIGOME BACK !
Tho greatest discovery for the destruction of tho greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those that como In and leeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should have a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
Ilurma. tho Dutch possessions, and
other East indies, the grenter part of
India and the major portion of Aus
Possibilities In China.
"China has 4,00O,S)0 squaro miles
of territory. 4O0.duo.0U0 people, nnd
only 4no miles of railroads' She needs
It. the near future 40 0nO miles. What
an oppoitunlty for American manu
factures, for Aniotlcnn capital, and
for Amirlcnn engineers, nnd for Amer
ican labor at homo providing what Is
wanted In China! China's foreign
trade In 1899. under favornblo condi
tions "w5s $.1.13.000.000. an Increase of
40 per cent over 1818. This was less
than $1 per head of the population;
but, when the empire Is opened to the
world, the Government reorganized,
and general material progress Inaug
urated, the trade should develop to
at least $5 per head. That of Japan
hns grown In the short period of thir
ty years from $1 to over JO per head,
That of America Is about $25. In all
my estimates of foreign trado I In
clude, of course, both exports nnd Im
ports. Kxrhnnge is tlm life of com
merer A nation or people crump' go
on buying unless It nlo develops a
large selling capnrily.
Enormout, Trade Volume.
"If we multiply China's population
of 4 tu.unO.OU0 by $5 we have a reason
able possibility ot :,0(ii,000.000 per
annum of trade for that country alone.
We can never nftonl to retreat from
Mich possibilities. Our trade ex
change with Chlim now amounts. In
ending Hongkong, to nearly 7)3,000,.
oor,. which If about 12 per cent of tho
total and 100 per cent increase over
that of ten years ago.
"Other Interesting opportunities In
t reasonable trade neighborhood of
the Philippines might be specified In
Jbpan. Straits SiHlcnKnta , Dutch
i:nst Indli-s, alhcrln, Slam nnd Korea,
whose combined foreign commerce
even In Its Infancy amounts to nearly
JCOii.oou.ouO: of Ilurnin, India and Cey
lon, whose total Is already passing
$:0O.ftfl0.0QO: of Australasia, whose
annual returns equal nearly $000.000,.
ooo. In all this, AmerlcnV Mmro Is
only oue-tenth now; wftli tho Philip
pines ns a base we will in duo time
dtvelnp It to one-half.
What the Dutch Did.
"When we consider that tho Dutch
hae converted Java, which Is not as
resourceful as Luzon, nor ns large. In
to a garden supporting 20,000.000 peo
ple, and on annual foreign trado of
$200,000,000, we-cannot ndmlt that
Americans are uifablc to equal this
CRICKET SEASON OPEN
ContlnueJ from page I.
To get a cup of real good cot
feo you'll have to start back of
tho actual making that Is. to
the roasting and grinding.
Is roasted fresh overy day and
ground as you need It.
It la pure old Kona coffco and
there Is nono belter on earth;
clear and delicious. Costs only
30c the pound
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery,
riilllpplnes, or I mistake tho couraga
and capabilities of Americans.
Future of Honolulu.
"With these faets before you," con
tinned Mr. Darrctt, "the people of Ho
nolulu can readily appreciate what an
Important position this City must oc
cupy In our development of tho com
merce of tho Orient. This trado
growth Is Inevitable, and Vou will
find that fully 75 per cent, of tho
steamers plying between the Pacific
Coast of America and tho Pacific
Coast of Asia will malic Honolulu a
port of call. What this means to your
wholesale and retnll houses Is better
known to yourselves than It la to me.
You are the half-way house of the
Pacific. Katurc has given you the po
sition and It Is for the Americanism
ot this now Territory to develop and
take advantnge of this great gift.
Great Growth Assured.
"When I look around your city,
your wharves, your harbor, your ship
ping nnd think of the opening of nn
letlimlnn canal ten years heuco to
crnnect those great hlgliwnys of nav
lrnt ,n. the Atlantic and Pacific. I
wonder to how great an extent you
will be compelled to Increase your fa
cilities for handling commerce, stor
ing coal, loading and discharging es
rcls. In tho erection of warehouses
end In other directions. And It only
remains to bo said that there must bo
.a corresponding growth In tho busi
ness of your stores, In tho movement
I of merchandise at wholesale and re
Hall, In tho cxpnnsfon of your trado In
every dlicctlon which will bo accompa
nied by tho erection on your beautiful
Hillsides and valleys of more man
sions nnd more homes and of their be
cupancy by piogrcsslve American cit
izens. "I I.HOW Of 110 nlnco III tlin trnrl.l
whose commercial future ami business
prosperity Is more positively assured
that It Is right here In Honolulu. Ten
years from now, or less perhnps, you
will recelvo Its practical realization."
"In view of this wonderful npnrnach-
Ing development of Pacific commerce.
It Is most fitting that Hawaii should
be creditably represented nt tho St.
Louis World's Kalr and demonstrate
tho Importance or her position nnd of
her Interests as the mid-Pacific sta
tion of tho United States.
Share of the United 8tates,
wallan sod nbout an hour late.
Began With Short Teams.
Kvcn then only part of tno players
I ad arrived, so the captains of tho
teams, II. A. Jordan nnd u. W. Ander
ton. cut the Gentian knot and decided
to play with short teams. These were
composed of the following players:
It. A. Jordan's team McOIII, Miles.
Ueardmore, Von de Hyde, Seymour, It,
A. Jul dan and 1'rcncb.
1). W. Anderson's team Pllannla,
A. L. Alilo. I). W. Anderson, Mayor, It.
Anderson, J. L. CocT.liurn and A. Guild.
Anderson's Team Bats.
The captains got together. A shin
ning dollar flipped In tho sun nnd D,
W Anderson's tenm went to tho bat.
Ahlo and Pllanaln were 4hc first men
ct the bat. Ileardmoro was wicket
keeper and Von do Hydo did tho bowl
ing, changing off with R. A. Jordan.
The flrnt Inning was flnls'icd In short
on'er. Von do Hydo bowled Ahlo out
In tho first over after Ahlo had mado
two runs. D. W. Anderson took Ahlo's
place nnd 11. A. Jordan, tho grizzly
veteran, made for himself a most glo
rious start for the season. In one sln
tle over ho secured three wickets nnd
bowled out the king pins of tho oppos
ing combination with Tils tricky under
Great Day for Jordan.
I'lrst T). W. Anderson, to tho sur
prise of every ono who saw It, was
bowled clean out. Tho spectators had
hardly recovered from this shock when
It. Anderson, tho other star, had to
follow his namesake's example. Plla
naln went out 1. b. w.
After a couplo of maiden overs
bowled by Von do Hyde nnd Jordan,
.vlnyovv was bowled out by Von do
II) do nnd Archlo Guild went to fiio
l-nl, McGlll bowling. His attempt was
rather disastrous. Guild getting seven
runs In one over. Shortly nfter Von
'p Hyde bowled CocMiurn out, which
fli.lshed the Inning, Guild being not
out. Guild created a mild sensation
end rather surpilsed his friends by pil
ing up n score of 17 runs to his cred-
I . Tho total score for this Innlnir wn
37 runs, of which two were extras.
Jordan Men Bat Carefully.
Now It. A. Jordan's men went to tho
bat. This Inning was considerably
lenger than the first one, tho men nt
the bat playing rather carefully. Mc
OIII and Miles went first to tho wick
et. I). W. Anderson was wicket keen
er, while tho bowling was dono by
Hob Anderson nnd-Cockburn. McGlll
din most of the scoring for this team.'
He kept his wlrkct clear for quite a
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The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, 'Proprietor-.
HONOLULU, MAY 4, 1002
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Mock Turtle u Mailtlia Comommc Kmperiale
Mullrt tn I'al'lcttc
Rati-lm OuecliOlhn LucumlHT
Silled Aliiioml. Ca lar on Tal
I1..IM l!tl Tuugu. 0r Sauce
Pctllnl Ciati In Slicll
A-pimsil., HcJl.in.iJiic Prt I'daliiCT
GrttttCurti .Mathttl I'ulatuca
Prime Prrf, an Jut
Mullril Vuuiii; TinVey, Cranttir) Sauce
I obiter Mi)innaisc
Vanilla Ice Cieam Watermelon
I'iikIMi rium 1'u.l.tlns Hard ami Uramly Same
A.v.Mr.l Cal.t SwlM Cheese Ralaim
Cream Checac Nuti
Cuflec Cale Niiir Tea lied Tea
Honest dental work
The New York Dental Parlors are
under new management nnd nro turn
ing out the best Kind ot dental work
known to tho profession at tho lowest
prices over knnvn In Honolulu.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist nnd our operators are graduate
dentists of tho best-recognlzcd schools
In tho V. S. or tho world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dentnl office In tho city; w-o have
tho best pinto workers, crown and
hrldgo specialists, and In fact nil
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can snvo you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by
a free examination.
SET TEETH 5.00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLC FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS SOc
The table which follows shows thol"i'mler of overs nnd piled up 2fi runsl Dnncr fPOtn fj to 8--T5 cents
Ilrltlsh East Indies $ 221.S52.30:
Ilrltlsh Austrnlaslu .... 277.ST9.000
Cb.na '. 193.2Cfi.000
ni'porls ami exports , at tho latest
available date, ot the Orient, and tho
share of tho United Stntes therein. It
was compiled by tho Durcaii of Statis
tics of the Treasury Department from
Per cent Per cent
United States. Exports. United States.
Every evening during tho week except
BERm THE SEWING GIRL
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
NEW YORKJAY BY DAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
DR. JEKYLUND MR. HYDE
Orphcum Topular Prices 25c, GOc, 75c
MATINEE PHICE8 15c and 25c.
Dutch East Indies .
Kussla Asiatic . . . .
Philippine Inlands . .
Hnvvnlhin Islands .
Krtnch East Indies
Oteanlca . .
If iW !H
to his nccnunt. Miles was caught out
by Pllanala off Cockburn. UcanTmoro
was bowled out by Anderson nnd
Hydo wbb cnught out by Cockburn, It.
Jordan a 8tonewaller.
Seymour went In and scored a cou
plo of runs but wns soon cnught out
by D. W. Anilcrson. Pllanala bowling.
McOIII wns finally caught out b'y May-
ow, rilannla bowling, and Kronen was
niught nut by Cockburn, Tt. Anderson
bowling. Jordan wns not out, piling
i p tho runs needou Tor the victory by
bis usual "stoncwnll" play. At tho
end of tho gnme the score stood: Jor
dan's tenm 39 to D. W. Anderson's
Score by Innings.
Jo i dan's tenm:
Name How Out Runs.
Mi (1111. (tvMnyow. Pllanala 1 20
Miles, ct Pllannla, Cockburn b 0
Ueardmore, b out Anderson 5
Von do Hyde, ct 'Cockburn, Ander
son b 0
Seymour, ct Anderson. Pllannla b.. 2
Jordan, not out -
Trench, ct Cockburn, Anderson b.. 2
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is ono that has be
como tho most popular of
all foods Blmply because
Its work nnd results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
. suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
M II Limited It ll
1060 FORT STREET.
WO Two Tlphone-S40.
A Great Offer to Rose Lovers.
Tho Ulnueo & Conard Co, West
Grove.. Penna., are tho largoBt grow-
u of roses In the country, with sov-
enty greenhouses, nnd an annual out
put of a mHilon rose plantB In over a
thousand varieties. II. & U Hoses aro
alieady famous far and wldo, but to
still further .Introduce them, a special
tr ducement Is now offered, 1'rom somo
r,t tho greatest varieties,, combining
the, finest qualities of form, color, vigor
rnd hardiness, a selection has been
iniue, nnd 10 D. & C. Roses, $1.00 is
th'i remarkable offer resulting. These
lores will bloom this year, and contln
The Hawaiian Engineering Assocla
t.on held n well attended meeting last
ulifht in the rooms in thu Y. M. C. A.
building. At 7:45 tho meeting was
ci' lied to order, A. (lartloy holding the
chair. Tho first matter taken up wns
n ballot on implications for member-
t-hip. All tho names proposed were
elected unanimously. The nuvv mem
I. rs nro ns follows;
Assoelnto Members T. II, Petrle,
it. J. Uerger, Carl Stangaard, C. Olr
vln. Irwin Spalding, (!eo. D. Jones, L.
C. Wurner, Chas. A. Cash, W. O.
"'nlker, A. O. Hawcs Jr.
AttlVM Members li. D, Pender,
Chas. Crozler, II. C. Hold, Jos. A.
ATcKay, W. II. Soper, E. P. Jones,
Clifford Tntson. II. II. McCllntoch.l
Uro. Trlmblo, Win. V. Uhlgh. W. A. ,
JnliilBton, Alexander Pratt, O, L. Ho
renson, Jas. M. Firth, Marston Camp
Several amendments to tho consti
tution which wero proposed at tho last
meeting of llio association, were next
acted upon and all carried. Among
these amendments Is ono which
cliangcH tho dny of tho regular meet-
An entertainment for tho benefit of
(ho Hospital for Incurables will bo
given at the new parish house of St.
Clement's purlsli tomorrow evening.
This will bo the first public ueo of
this new building and lllslinp Nlihols
will bo present to formally open It.
Tim entertainment will Include u
number of tho features of tho
May Day festival given nt tho Opera
I louse Thursday evening among them
being the cantnta "The Mullo Oreen"
by the young ladles ot the High school.
In addition to theso there will bo m-v-eral
vocal and Instrumental selections
by well known vocalists and Instru
mentalists. Among other numbers will
bo a baritone solo by Mrs. Hugo Her-rer.
When tho new building to bo public
ly opened with the entertainment was
being built the response of tho public
to tho call for funds was so generous
that It wns decided thnt Its first uso
should bo for the benefit of Borne un
denominational benevolent Institution
In which tho entire public was Inter
ested. In redeeming this promUc, tho
entertainment Monday evening will bo
for the benefit of tho Hospital for In
Tickets can bo seemed of members
of tho Women's (lullil of St. Clement's
or at the door. Admission Is 25 tents.
AVE OXLOCKS 10SE
Last night's basketball games In tho
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium marked a new
stage of development In tho teams.
The games were hard fought, the scores
being, In the first game, Spartans 22,
Illuo Streaks 18; and In the second
game, Alohns 22; Klvo O'Clocks 10.
The games were very lively, perhaps
a bit rough, but tho men gavo a dis
play of team work such as has not
been seen hcrctoforo nnd the games
were tho best as yet seen of tho tourna
In the first game the Spartnns played
ngnlnst tho lllue Streaks. In the first
half the Spartans led by 9 to 5. For
tho Spartans Johnston made one goal
on a foul J, II. Gorman one on a foul,
Cheatham two from tht field and Pler-
son one on a foul and ono from tho
field. For tho lllue Streaks Kerr mado
two goals, one on a foul and one from
the field while Hcllbron made one goal
from the field.
In tho setond half tho Spnrtans made
by Johnston three goals from the field
and one on n foul. Gorman mado tw
from field and ono on n foul. Chent-
liani scored a goal on a foul. For the
lllue Streaks Illarkman made thrro
goals from tho field. Kerr ono from the
field nnd five on fouls. This gave the
hardy Spartnns tho gamo by 22 to 18,
In tho second game tho Alohas gave
the Five O'Clocks a rub. In tho !lrit
l.alj Tcmpleton mado two goals from
tho Held and ono on n foul for the FIvo
n'rloi-ks while Ennllkn mndo one on a
Oulld, not out 17l foul and two fiom tho field for tho
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Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 a..
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WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, at To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald lldg, Ms
chant Street. Tel. main 381.
Total ." 39
I). W. Anderson's tenm:
Nnme How Out Runs.
Pllanala, 1 b w, Jordan b 3
Ahlo ,b out Hydo . 2
I). W. Andeison, b out Jordan 0
Mr.ynvv, b out Hydo 11
Cockbuin, b nut Hydo 11
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Anderson, b out Jordan 0
After tho gamo It was decided to
hold tho annual meeting of tho lenguo
on Thursday night In tho rooms of tho
Scottish Thlstlo Club.
tin through the senson. All different
kinds, no two colors nllke, nil properly im night from Saturday to Monday.
labeled. Tho plants are strong nnd The subject of tho ovenlng, "Steam
veil rooted on their own roots not I idlcators," was next taken up, Mr,
slips. This collection will bo sent nny- n. Kopko giving nn Inteiestlng nnd do
where In tho U. 13. and Colonics, post- tailed talk on this thomo, accompany
up., nniii Rnturnr-tlnn nnil K.-ifn arrival 1112 bin uneeeh with Illustrations on
tunranteed. the blackboard and an exhibition or.ea ni ns meeting gavo tno reason lor
' Th fi-M n.n.,.i mil. inn nt Tim nin. wi.rldiiff "iTiodels. Tho sneech. which 'the deslro to hold meetings twite n
on s, rv.nnr,i en'. Now flnlilr. tn Tlnsn I iilteil much Interest among Its hear- month. It was decided to havo
t,. v n- w - -..--. -
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Iues of tho association ami tho lively
ir'crest which has been demonstrnt-
month. It was decided to havo tho
crs, was tolloweu ny remariiB uy i.uiuuiii meuue m " mim .
Messrs. (llnnca, Hnsson nnd Gartley. I special meetings. Thffy will bo held
Finally It was decided that a spe- qulto regularly hereafter and nro to bo
Tho Supreme Court by Chief Justice
Frear has rendered a decision on ex
ceptions from the Fourth Circuit Court
by defendant In the case of Terrltoiy
of Hawaii vs. Ah Moon, a prosecution
for furnishing a poisonous thug, to wit,
opium, without a license. The excep
tions nro overruled, tho syllabus of
opinion being ns follows:
"Fulluro to notfy opposing counsel
of tho filing of a bill of exceptions, as
provided In Circuit Court Hule l.i C,
if that rule Is Mill In force, dors not
warrant the dismissal of tho cxct.ition
In this court.
"A tiunscrlpt of evidence which Is
not made u part of the bill of excep
tions by reference or otherwise and
w hlch was not filed In the out I below,
cannot bo lonsldcreil by this court.
Deputy Atturney tlcnerii J, W.
Cathead for projei'iitlon; I'ltih U.
Thompson and W. S. Wise f'ii defendant
cial meeting Bhould be called on Mon
day evening, May 19. Tho great sue-
cf a moro Informal nature than
same team. Medclros also imuln u goal
for It. Tho Alohas made goals as fol
lows: A. McRurn one from the field
nnd ono on a foul, nnd Gomes one from
tho field and five nn fouls. This made
the score for the first half 11 to 10 In fa
vor of tho Five O'Clocks.
In the second half tho Alohas picked
themselves up and put It all over their
opponents. Lnlng mndo one goal from
tho field. Mctlurn one goal from tho;
field, Medclros ono goal from tho field ,
nnd domes ono goul from tho field nnd
four on fouls. For tho FIvo O'Clocks
Templeton made two gonls from the
field and Kwnllko one on n foul, making
the score for the second half 12 to 5 In
favor of tho Alohas and the total 22 to
1G In favor of tho same team.
Uoth games were marked by a largo
quantity of fouls committed by tho
members of both tenms.
The line-ups of the teams were as
SPARTANS. I1I.IIK STrtL'AKS.
M. O. Johnston A. i:. I.utz
J. 1). (Ionium A. lllnckmnn
11. M. Cheatham W. K. Kerr
W. S. Illnley II. Hcllbron
It. S. I'lerson J. S. lloylo
ALOHAS. IILUK STItKAKH.
It Is reported thnt tho Makeo family
tomb at Ulupalakua has begun to fall
Lnlng . .
O, Medclros ..
A. Tcmpleton !
, . J. H. Froltas
... O. I'.wallko
. i J, Russell
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A largo and enthusiastic gathering ot
spectators witnessed both the games,
I KAUNAMAKO In this city. May X
1902, John K. Kaunnmano, aged 72
Funeral Sunday at 4 p. m., from his
late residence, Kunklnl road, Inter
ment in Macmuc church yard, Wyllie
b - .- U4SJ