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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU It. T., MONDAY MAY 5, 1002.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
J?iT5iVS3.'B!iW T"" tr-Kl C5Syjs4v0i,tV-.Kti'!
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
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We have beef this week thai cannot fall to please the most fas
tldlous beef epicure Oh, tho Juice' Ilest spring tonic Inovvn
Wlillo ordering remember wo allie ngents for that delicious
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
TELEPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
Metropolitan Meat CO., Ltd.
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The greatest discovery for tho destruction of tho greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills tlioso that como In and 1 ecps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a Bample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. BOX 330.
To get a cup of real good cof
fee you'll havo to start bach of
tho actual making that Is. to
the roasting and grinding.
Is roasted fresh eery day and
ground as yuu need It.
It Is pure old Kona coffee and
thoro Is nono belter on earth j
clear and delicious Costs only
30c the pound
H. MAY & CO,
The Popular Grocery.
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according to tho opinions
of pbslclans and food ex
perts, we have afl the best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the most pupulir of
all foods simply because
Its work nnd results tell
qulcMy and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
ult you best.
It it Limited ii n
1060 TORT 8JREET.
810 Two Telephones 340.
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
huvo them. They nrq conenlcnt,
oailly handled and alna)s ready for
THEY NEVER COME BACK I
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twclvo Inches Is tho aerngo dis
tance at which perfect ces seo best
Holding book or paper differently
means eso strain means nn error In
retraction or dofoitlvo muscles
means grao halm boomr or later.
"A glasj In time saves" slightly
changed but ott Know the Impmt. and
eCH aie mom Important than stitches.
A. N. SANFQRD
Boston Bulldlnci, Fort Street
Over May S. Co.
Paul Miguel, who was "inplojed on
the Honolulu plantation met with an
lucld'iit on Saturday afternoon which
ustilted In his death i!o was, It Is
n.ld rolling n cigarette while sitting
en a cai on the railroad UatK. Somo
other ears were shunted onto tho line,
.Miguel s car was started down tho
tiuek and he was thrown off nnd un
der the wheeN, one of liie wheels'
Ihsslng over his right leg near tho I
thigh.. This occurred between 3 and V
The plantation doctor took tho un
fortunate man In charge Ho was not
sent to town, according to Oeoige
Porter his luothcr-ln tnvv, unlit about
7 o'clock In the evening when ho was
taken to the (luccn's Hospital, whe.e
lie dbvd one hour nnd iwent) minutes
aftei" his nirlval.
The rrlends of the de-ad man are of
tli" opinion that Mlgiuls ilfo could
nave been saved had ho been sent Im
mediately to town An uncle of the
deceased went down to tho plantation
I'pilnv to invi'stigao tin accident nnd
tne K'lWciwnt action taken by tho
Oi'fuge Porter, clih f engineer of the
iennn i N'oeau on hearing of the ne--
c'nent t igctlui wllh his wife and tho
iijtiri 1 mini! mother and two otheia
if 111' fainliv diove down tn tho plan-
thtifin wneio they learned Hint Miguel,
had In . ti wnt to town about 7 o'clock.
The dime bark to town nnd went
m tin hospital whtic lliey learned of
the viiiiiik mans dentil. Incidentally
lliev nid to see the bod) Tho moth I
ir wa terrll)l shocked by the man
in I In utile Ii the liodv wis found nt
the hcMpltnl, tajs th lirntfier-ln law
'o clothes or an) tiling elgo covered
the ii mains and the amputated leg,
tcgethu wltlf portions of tlesh, were
en a tiav on top of tin body
If he had ben a white man who
v.as Injured fhe iilnntntlnn people
would have waned i,i, time In getting
him to town muiI pi.itir tills morn
ill' In tm pintT,!! Miguel simply
Med to dentil V- ,i Investigating
"Uertha the S'wlnt fllrl," Milton
Nobles funn (omed drama will be the
hill nt the Orphemn tonight. The play
was a big success when given several
iveeks ago and It Is by special iciiuest
ilint It Is being repented.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
'New- York Day by Day ' a sensational
comedy drama, with Its action taking
place In th great metropolis, will bo
Jiven Thurtday and Krlduy "Dr. Jek
)ll nnd Mr. 11 do or a Mlbspcnt Life."
I'hls play was Itlchard Mansfield's
greatest micccks iliturday mlitlneo
tiiel night 'A Nutnng Match" b Wm
Inworth One of Its special scenic
features Is the great pllo driver In ac
Frederick Waide. the gre'at tragedian
is an example of wunt punk and per
severance will do for n man Although
x comparatively )oung man. no actor
on the Amerhan stage Is so unlveisally
steemed. both In Ills pilvnte and pio
fesslon.il life and he has won his
cputntlon bj hard eniiselentlous labor
le began his career as an nctor In I'm
gland when sixteen scars old, and at
the age of tvvenl) he v.as pl.ilng such
parts as Hamlet and Romeo. An In
teresting anecdote is told of Ills appear
ance In n provincial tonn In Kngland
as the ' Mclanchol) Dane" Ho was liv
ing at u boarding liontn during the
engagement uud with n desire of Im
pressing his uhllltlcH and making lilm
udf Vollil" with the landlail), ho gave
her a eompllnienlary ticket to tho per
formance Tho next nioriiing at bie.ik
tast he asked tho hiudlail) s opinion
i! the perfoimance before all of tho
)ther boarders, eieitlng to be prals
d Well." said the lad). I liked the
play vei) well and tho scenery and
lie aliens, all but that horrid man
liessed in black who went uioiiud
pleaching so much" 'I he )ouug tra
gedian's feelings can be bcttei Imagin
ed than dciulbed.
AUIU'.K I III) ON Tllll til'OT.
, Ah Pat a former attache of tho police
lepartmcut dcteitive foice appealed
In the Police Court tills forenoon on
the charge uf giiuhllng His uist went
over until Wodnekcht). Anion), thu
spectutois in the court room at the time
h I at appeared bcfoio Judge Wilcox
was a In other of the formei dctvitlie
who was Ilneil U' and costs some time
ago on the cluuge of gambling. He
was allowed to go uml get tho mone)
to pay the fine but did not appear again
to settle up As Deput) Sheiiff Chill
Ingvvorth was leaving the comt room
he saw the Chinaman and ordeied
OfTlter Apana to cause Ills arrest Tim
fellow was caught at the foot of the
stairs and locked up
MUIJANAKA KTII L AT LARGC.
Muranaka. the .I.inam c mi hmlh
"wanted Ii) tlie police, U still at l.ugn
It will not go very well with him wliei
he is caught It will lit r iucuiIhmi u
that pi ev Ions to tlie Nhcutliig episode
at Kainollllll lie wah eninn Uud to tin
CIlLllIt Couit on the eb.tigi of lobliei)
111 tho Hint iliigici Ono a ll Knimi
Japancie of the ill) fiiiuMinl beuul In
the Hum of J.'.'iJ uud .Muiauakii wax re
li.au il He sliiiuld liave :i.n.in.l In
the CImiIi Cum 1 tejihiv to .u.wir to
tho chili gc of lobliei) in tlie fli-,1 de
Send the weekly edition of the Dul
letln to vour friends. Onlv SI a vi-ar
H i,H PROil
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. Vf roster, Jeweler IKS Hotel St. '
Gentlemen, represent )ourseIr, al
the I'lrst National Saloon I
Calling of thu calendar wiATM fln
iKiiecl in the Circuit court at noon ro
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3 fiO,
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon nt Itoffsclihcger Co 's,
On tho Invitation of Tred C Smith,
one of their niXnber, the members ol
the Board To Health had a railway e.v
cordon to Wnlaluei today.
It. L. Aucrbach of Illlo arrived In
the Klnati Saturdny, accompanied by
his entire family. He comes to Hono
lulu to reside permanently
Henry Wntcrhouso & Co have sold
four residences the last three weeks,
and nre offering eight more at a heavy
sacrifice to the owners. Call and look
over the list.
Owing to the fact (hat the Klnan ,j
on the marine railway for a scraping
he r time of departure has been i hange,)
from noon tomorrow until i o clock to
morrow nftcrnoon .
Don't forget Cnmarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when )ou want
fruit and vegetables. He alna)s hat
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fiull telephone .Main
A inting the nil hills from Maul porn
In the ("laudlnc Suiuhiv were the fol
lowing It W. Filler, C Ii I ufkln If.
Copp, F Camel. J. Ilarr .1 Mi i W.
T Uobiiisun, Mrs. Alull mid I) ('tin-1
Tho three Judges have Invited at
ternevs to discuss t.ie question ol
whether more than ono Judge can sit
during the term, argument being sot
lor J o clock this nftcrnoon.
To the tourist photogrnph) afford'
a ni'Vei ending bouice of eno)inent Tu
record with necuroc) the events and
scenes of his tour is n pleasure never to
be forgotten Honolulu Photo Supply
Co loans Kodaks and prints and devel
ops inclines on very snore notice
v.til;p. a Japanese, charged with oh
stiuctlng and pcrveiting Jii'tlce died ,i
short time ago. lie appeared In the
Police Court shortl) nftci the dceil ho
was alleged to have lonimlltul tool;
pliue The defendant w is commlteil
to the Circuit Court for Mi! and
should have appealed time toda).
Among the passengus In the Minna
I.oa foi Punnluii tomoiniu will be
George Itohcrtson, mnnager for C
Brewer & Co. Ho will Inspect the va
rious properties of the (onip.ui) cm tlu
Big Island and will go to illlo lij naj
of tlie Volcano, returning lu the Klnau
nt some future date.
There Is another kick along tho line
of Insuniclcnt prize money. Some of
the members of the teams state that
they are tired of working for nothing
and that the winning tennis will not get
enougu to pit) expenses. The) state
that at least one-third of the gnto ro
eeipts should go as prize money.
John K. Knuuamann died Saturd.i)
after a lingering illness He was a
prominent Hawaiian nnd was at one
time president of the Aloh.i Alna so
ciety. Ho was once In the Legislature
under tho Monarchy. The funeral took
place yesterday from tho undertaking
parlors on Fort street.
STnco the gamo between tho Kumo
hatnehn nnd Mnlle-llima teams Satur
da), there hns been moie talk about
getting the Oi)iiiplc baseball team m
ban Finnclsco to come hero foi a so
lies of games. Ibis matter win prnb
'bly be biought up again bcfoio the
league very soon.
There Is over) Indication t7l.it tha
pieseut season of baseball will bo one
cl rSe best that Honolulu has seen In
innny )enrs Tho teams, with the ox
eeptlon of ono or two, nro very well
balanced and tho best pla)ers of tlie
c'ty may ho found In the ranks of tho
virions organizations. The gamo be
tween tho Kamedinmehn nnd Mallo-lll
mo teams Satin da) Is n rulr sample ol
the kind or games that will prevail
during tho season.
A subscription Is going the rounds
for tho election of n smill medlim
place In Knuluueln to be useil for the
instruction of poor children of the lo-
ralit) in branches that will be of bene-
llt to them In the future The nrlnie
mover In the matter is Hoy. Sam Kn-
niakla who Is known all over the Island
Tor his good works He Is the man
who whenever thero Is anv school ilem-
onstratlon here romes mci the Pall
from tho other side of tho Island with
i delegation of hei)8 and gills and a
brass band, Just for tho good of tliii
DINNER BY BARRETT
Hon. John llnrrett, Commlsslcier
Oeneral of the Louisiana Purchase Im
position Is sending out Invitations tn n
dinner In be given at tho Moana Hotel
Wednesda) evening to celehrato tho In
auguration of the movement for Hawa
lit CTLli IN KAU.
News conies from the Kail dltrlt
that the Japanese beetle lias madn Its
appearance on tho higher levels for the
first time since its arrival In the Isl
ands and that the beautiful roso gar
dens at various homes In the district
and particularly nt Kapapala ranih
aie now doomed to destruction Peo
ple who have seen tlie almost tree-like
lose bushes of Kapapala ranch will be
ei burr) to learn of tno appeaiaui"
uf the d'htniitive bug lu the dlstilct
tm It means nine li mnie than t lie ih
fell 1 it fun of beautiful Houhh as all
who have had expei'cnce with the pi s
A Minn's hIioc,
A jjood yenr
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there Is nothing like a
Merchant St. Honolulu,
Honest dental work
at honest prices
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under now management anil nre turn
Ihk out tlio bCBt Kind of dental work
known to tho profesnlon nt the lowest
prlees over l.novn In Honolulu.
IlneU ilopartmcnt In charge of a spo-
elallst anil our operntors aro graduato
ilontlHtH of tho best rceognlzcil schools
lu tho V B. or the world.
We havo n larger stalT llinn nny oili
er dental olflco In tho city; wo havo
the best plato workers, crown and
liridgo Mpeelallsts, and In fart all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro Btilctly up to elnto.
Wo can snvo )nii money on )our den
tal work. Wo will tell joii in ndvanco
exactly what )our work will cost by
a frco examination.
SET TEETH 5 00
GOLD CROWNS $500
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS SOe
All our Instruments uro thoroughly
slc.rlllzc.el before use.
New York Dental Parlors,'
(loom 4, Ullte Dulldlut;, Hotel Btroo I
LADIK3 IN ATTKNDA.NC111 '
Hours, 8 n, m. to C p. in. '
Sundays, 0 a m to 1 u.. !
Camera & Co
S i: corner Quoui and Alakea
WINES, BEERS land LIQUORS
m:v stock ju8t opi:ni:d com-
PltlSINO Till. Ili:ST 1IHAND3 01'
AI.I. KINDS Ol'
KVMII.Y TItADi: SOI.ICITKI).
ItUDWEISER, HAIMIilt and I'KF.MO
P. O. Oox 664; Tel. Blue 492.
tWfr Till le-vl
I P. II. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Incur
I ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 10, Mclntyre Dullcllncj.
Fred. L. Waldron
, COMMISSION MERCHAN1.
r. O. Dox 653; Tel Dluo 791; Rood
I 9 QnrnnbaU Unit. II. m
sells for S3.50
to wear the year round.
welt, ol Imported vlcl Htock
TIiIh Ik one o? the many medium graden
we nre now showing, nnd to opprcc
Into t lie line, j ou must conic In nnd
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
.,! --!', j ,i urmnTfl
THEY NEVER CHANGE.
Tho moon nn the women Is Jest the
Senco of Hill Shakespeare's times.
Tho moon as round and tho girls as
As when Hill vvroto his rhymes.
I've rend In tho vvholo oiiduiln' lot
of stuff by men of fame
I've read 'em nil an' I tell )ou what,
The girls Is Jest the samu.
Thoio was 11) i on, Drjden, nn' Alex
An' honest Thomas Moore,
The) sang of girls, an' of blasted hope.
,n iij cm' iiioun iney swore.
The girls mu the samu as Hobby Hums
Sang lu n sad refrain
Tho more nina studies 'em, less lie
I Tor sech research Is In vain.
Tlie moon nn' tho women they maliu
I no change,
I As poets sIiik today;
Tho moon's as round, an' tlie girls as
An' that's tlio mournful lay.
Tim moon goes on, Jest as calm an'
( As round tlio world sho whirls
They swear b) the moon In tlie dicnry
An' swear about the cjlrls
W 1) Nesblt in nVnltlmorn
(Til 1 1 IhI lo
300 PAIRS . CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tlio best collection In the city nnd much.
lower- tliiiu usual prlcca top
ONH WCCK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
' & Company,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
I AQCNT8 FOn
FH1C ASSOCIATION, of PhllldelpHI
, WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, ef To
Offlcet Stangenwald Bldg, Ho
chant Street. Tel. Main 361.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANdB
H nolulu, May 5, 1932
NAME Of STOCK
r. Prtwf A CompiriT
NS chiD Co.LM
L I). Ktrr h Co., LtJ
fcwt Plinfitlon Co
I.OOO.CK ' 40O
64,000 eeo &
tOO OOO V 43
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1 004,000 10 till tj
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jooono to tlU t4i
1,040,000 50 loti II
100.000 ltd .. loo
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HiwAltin Cntn At Sti Co 1
Hi'tin Scer Co
Hrnomu Sugar Co .
Haiku Su?f Co
ITahuim I'Untallnn Co
Klihulu r.i-zir Co ....
Koloa Suptr Co
0hu Sujar Co .
On mta, SuearCo I
'Jikal Suyar Plan Co
Olaa Sj Cu Mi
ouisf Lti PiuPi
Ol lu' fnranv 1
Piauhx 1 Su I Inn Crt '
Pa fi v, gtt Mill
Paia I'Ui t n(o
IVCfki' Kr ( o
Pi rrrr Mill I
Pt rir M1 C Aws
Wit itua cfi r
Wn 11k iSupar o
Wjlmanal njjjr Co
n iimfi iiiii 1,0
Inicr-UUnl Steam N Co
Hawaiian Lire trie Co
Hon Upl T & t Co
Mutual TrlrTnone Co
Oafiu Uvfil Co
I'fopl Ice flt K I S Co
Pint National limit
Hawaiian dov rtrttnl
Kilo M UCn orrrcrnt
Hon Rafli Transit
hwt Plantat n 6 rrr crnt
uinu KSLLti fr c
(Jlia PUntJtlon Ape
Oat PUnlitlon A p. t
waiiiua Aerkul t p c
Sales L''. Klhel $10 00.
1 be Tlllin.ins weie conspicuous for.
their ntisuue and alienee when I'rcslp
dint HooRevelt was In Ch n b Hon."
Sin Ii distinction Incomes them hitter
than their presenie nnd speerh .
Hoi hester Democrat .mil Chronicle.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for tho purchase or ! oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungen
wald Otdg. Pottofflce box 330; TU
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCISD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEAJID INSURANCE.
403 Judd BulIcHng.