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PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
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Hawaiian Iron Fence
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Wo havo href this wcclt that cannot fall to plcnso the most fas
tidious ht'Cf epicures. Oh, tho Juice! llest spring tonic known
While ordering remember we ntlie ngents for that delicious
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
TELEPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
A IMC THEY NEVER COME BACK I
All I O USE ANTOLINE
The greatest discovery for the destruction of the greatest of pests
ANTS, Kills thoso that come In and leops others from coming. Every
housekeeper should have a samplo box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
To get a cup of real good cof
fee you'll have to start back of
tho actual making that is, to
tho roasting and grinding.
Is roasted fresh every day and
ground as you need It.
It Is pure old Kona coffee and
thero Is nono belter on caith;
clear and delicious. Costs only
30c the pound
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Popular Grocery,
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There is ono that has bo
come tho moBt popular of
all foods simply 'because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
ult you best.
LEWIS & CO.
II It Limited it It
1060 FORT STREET.
WO Two Telephones 240.
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
havo them. They nro convenient,
easily handled and always ready for
and Monumental Go
THE LAST BOOK
' . aa aas
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
I56 Hotel Street
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelve Inches Is tho average dis
tance at which perfect eyes see best
Holding book or paper differently
menus eo. strain means an error in
rclractlon or defectivo muscles
means gravo harm sooner or later.
"A glasn In tlmo saves" slightly
changed, but you know tho Import, and
oyes, aro more Important than stitches.
A. N. SANFORO,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
BRINGS COAL AND
FLOUR FROM TACOMA
Left the Coast on April 25th. Bu
Has No Mail or News
The American Hawaiian steamship
CaJIfornlan, Captain William Lyons,
oirlvcd In tho harbor at 1 o clock thin
nltcrnoon from Tacomn with 1000
tons of coal and TOO tons of Hour and
Iran from that port foi Honolulu nuil
SiW tons of general merchandise from
.Vow York for thls-port. Sho liKcil
at the railway wharf, vvTiero she will
Immediately proceed to discharge uur
The Callfornlan nailed from Taroma
.:i the 25th of last month, two dajs la
tei tlinn tho day the last mnll steamer
left San Krnnclsco for tills port. No
rrull was brought by the freighter,
however, and he brought no later
lit up pa pern.
A mou i lonsant paesnre was en
Jo' I'd all the way to pott The Call
fi rnlan wn sighted otf Kulto Head at
JO 20 i.eloel. thin morning The big
vsro! will tnk" sugar from IIiIh port
i.tu) other Island ports for New York.
Snv the Seattle Post-lntolllgencer
1 1 Saturday, April lit- "Tho groat
Mcrmsl.lp Cnlllornlr.n Ik again In port
I f.. n (l.nn ii ttm Cm. ml a.1 ...., a
.... u . u.i ... 1 ilh'. .Ji'lllMI NUUUll.
Sl.e arrived esTerdn from New York
b wn- of the Sttnlts of Magellan and
oi.ii PiancNco. llcglnnliig her voy
i.re at New York January It) tho Call
fi.mlnn made but thro, poits on route.
Tl.f weio St. Lucia. In the West In
dus. Coronel. Chl'.a and San rruiicU
ro. At the two former she slopped
merely for fuel, llor cargo consisted
ul genet al freight for San Francisco,
cattle and Tacoma She hegnn dis
charging jostorday nfternoon at tho
Atllngton dock. Prom this port sho
t.ikes general enrgn for Honolulu. At
T.ieoma hc will load 1000 tons of coal
lor the tlnw-pllnn Islands From Ho
i oltilu the Caiuiiniln takes n full car
to of sugar, 820" ton, cxdusiro of
"The Callfornlan Is a steel steamship
I I'd one of the largest plying Ameri
can waters She Is owned and opcrat
n' by the American Hawaiian Steam
ship Coniny. Cook k Co, agents.
Ilullt uy the Union Iron Works, San
tranclseo, two years ago, she mens
Hies 437 feet In length, having 62 foot
iieam. Dead weight. Including fuel,
-he carries 11.000 tons.
"Capt. William Lonn commands tho
Cillfornlan, with Albert Darron as
first otllcer. The latter is but thirty
i ars of age. She has a crow of forty
t.oven, her seen sailors being Hawaii
ins. The Callfornlan Is a sister ship
if the American, built by Roach. Sho
was In this port last September."
E O Hall & Son aro moving Into
their handsome new building, corner
of Fort and King htrects. und expect
to he open for business In about oni
In man ltpects the new- building Is
much handsomer than the one destroy
ed b lire last August, It being far
moie ornamental and the three stories
giving It more Rrnroful proportions.
Vast Improvements lime been made
In the Interior furnlidilngH of tho estab
lishment, both In point of beaut) and
convenience and the most. excellent
facilities are ready for the bundling ol
The business of K. O Hall & Son will
occupy all threo floors of the new store
the Hist floor being used for general
hardware, tools and bulhleif' hardwau
ami unices, while In the King street
Wniklkl corner, will be the hleyclo nnd
sporting goods department. Tho bl
C)des will bo dlsplajnl on a mined
plat (oi m and there arc nicks for guns
nnd vpni-lous shelves for ammunition
und sporting goods of nil kinds In tho
rear Waiklkl end of the first floor,
will be the packing room and all klnild
of paints nnd palntetu' supplies.
The second floor will bo tho isales
looni for planters' supplies, ngilcullii
Ml 'implements, ship chundlery nnd
open icserve retail stock.
On the third floor will be the bicycle
repulr department, stock of belting,
packing and leather and will bo the
stock room for unbroken packages ol
The cellar has been fitted up with
numerous bins for bolts, nuts, washers,
pipe fittings of all descriptions, water
and steam fitting and wholesale stock
of mixed paints, nnd here also will be
the engine room for supplying power
for the elevator, electric light plant and
bicycle repair depaitbent.
The houso of 13 O. Hall & Son Is one
of the oldest and most popular In the
Islands and at tho time of the destiyc
tlon of their building last year, were
doing n large nnd continually growing
business Tho inpld mniiner of ro
building and refitting shows a progrea
slve spirit nnd there Is no room to
doubt tjiat the firm will tegaln their
fomicr trndo nlmost Immediately,
The ndmlnlsliatlon hns quieted Gen
eral Miles, but the leveUtlons from tho
Philippines respecting nimy severities
nnd American unpopularity say much
In tho general's behalf, the icbiiko fiom
tho While House und tho War De
partment to tho conlrar) notwithstand
ing. Brooklyn Eagle.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1902.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page 6.
II IV. t-oni-r Jeweler, 1B8 Hotel St.
Oentlemcn, refresh joursolvcs at tho
First National Saloon.
There will be no rehearsal of the
Amateur Orchestra tonight.
IJIank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Ilullctln Publish
The contracts for constructing the
Lahalna water works havo not jet
The weekly edition of the Evening
Hulletln gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
Commissioner W'ray Ta)lor Is send
ing more panlcum trass seed to the
country by this week's steamers.
Plaintiff lu tb ccaso of Wong lint
Nam vs. Chock Sing has until the 10th
Inst, to flic his bill of exceptions
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for salo at Honolulu I'hoto Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
J. T. Do Holt Is substituted as at
torney for plaintiff In tho suit of Hawa
iian Carriage Manufacturing Co. s. A,
Dourbun Whiskey, 6 years old, 3.M;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents n gallon at Ilottschlacger Co.'s,
The schooner Twilight Is on the ma
rine railway for repairs. Ctonds ol
waterfronters nie ctulousl Inspcitlnj
her il.un.igcd hull.
Tho annual meeting of the Mer
chants' Association of Honolulu wilt
he held lit the rooms of the llonolul'i
block Exchange, StungenwiiM building,
at 3 o'clock p. m Thuisday. Mn 15.
William I.. Fisher, a native of Ger
many and n subject of Client llrltn.u.
was made an American citizen by
Judge Estec this morning. W. I,. Stan
ley and W, F. Loc weie his sponsors.
The band will play at tho Monna
holed tomorrow evening complimentary
of Commissioner General John ILinctt
who glcs n dinner In honor of the In
auguration of the wntk for the St
Mr and Mrs. Peter M Lucas have
unstained the great affliction of losing
their eldest daughter, Mnrln. who died
at 2 o'clock this morning She hud
been ailing for n long time past with
n malady that purzlcd the physicians
After being treated at the Queen's hos
pital for two months, undergoing an
operation while there, she was taken
home again a week before death cnSed
Maria was a beautiful child of twelve
cars. Tho parents and family hnve
the sympathy of tho community. Sel
dom Is seen such a collection of flow
ers, some In remarkably fine emblem
atic designs, as appeared In the funeral
procession to the railway station nt 2
o'clock this afternoon, Hi sides arm
loads with tho attending friends, ex
press wagons were filled with the fra
grant tokens of sorrowing nffectlnn.
Interment was at Pearl City cemetery
Father Valentin conducted the last
The second round of tho Honolulu
Gull Club's tournament was finished
last Sunday. The resultB havo Just
Lien handed In to the secretar. They
rrc as follows.
Donald Hnss (12) beat Hincst lloss
by .r up und t to piny.
I) Melntyro (So) beat Prlnco Cupid
(15) by up and 3 to piny.
7i Anderson beat A. Doltomly by do
Harold Glffard (12) beat W. M. Glf
tnrd (SO) by 4 up and 3 to play.
M. It. Jumleson (s(rntch) beat A.
Wnlson (sctateh) by 7 up and V to
N. Kay (0) bent H 11. Sinclair (S)
by 5 tt(i nnd 1 to piny.
I). W. Andcrxou (scratch) to J C.
MiGITi (10) by fi up and I to play.
A. Oarvlo (12) beat W. M. Iluchan
an 115) by 3 up and 2 to piny.
The players' handicaps aro lin'lcat
ed by the figures in tho btackcts.
The thlnl lound of tho tournnment
v.lll bo plnjed by tho following play
eis I) Itoss vs. I). Melntyre. n An
(leihou vs. Ilaiold Glffard, M It Jamie
run vk N Hay I). W Anderson va A.
The following self-explanatory no
lico has been posted on the door of St.
CATIILDUAI. CHUUC'll 01' ST. AN-
ASSIGNMENT OP CANONS IN
Pursuant to the schedule previously
announced. Canon .Mackintosh becomes
cuuon-In-chargo of all the services
not hereafter noted, for tho week be
ginning Sunday, May I, ilfth Sunday af
Canon Kltrat becomes canon-ln-charge
In like manner tho following
week, beginning Sunday, May 11, Sun
duy ufler Ascension.
This assignment continues, Canon
Mackintosh and Kirat altcrnaC4ig
week by week, until further order.
The following assignments arc for
ench Sunday without ulteinntlnn, jv
9'30 a m , Hawaiian service Canon
10 a m , Sunday school C.inoti
3 3U p. m. Children's sen IceCanon
Ciiuuns Kitc-.it nnd Mni l.lnlosh will
ullernate in ailing Pieiintois. etch
Eervlng thieo months, beginning April
1. 11)0.', with Canon Mac UIiiIobIi as act
WILLIAM I'. NICHOLS,
lllshnp In Charge.
St. Philip and St. James' Day. 1 May,
I right up to now
A good yenr
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there Is nothing like a
Merchant St, Honolulu,
Honest dental work
Tho Now York Dental Parlors are
under now ninnagcment and are turn
ing out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho" profession at tho lowest
prices over knovn In Honolulu.
Each department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho best-rccognlzcd scnools
in tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a laiger stalt lhan any oth
er dental nfflco In tho city: wo have
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fart all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro strictly up to date.
Wo can savo 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 J5.00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS SOo
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beloro use.
New York Deiital Parlors,;
(loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Sir eh
LADIES IN ATTENIMHC?
Hours, 8 a. m, to (p. a
Sundays, 0 a. m. to 12 u..
Camara & Co
S. E. corner Queen and Alnkca
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
PHISINQ THE HEST URANUS OP
ALL KINDS OK
FAMILY TIIADE SOLICITED,
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrrj, Insur-1
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
79 Merchant Street,
Campbell Blrck, Ground Floor.
Vltti wBl'i B.'S'
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox S53; To) Blue 791; Hoon
3, Spreckc's Dulldlug.
sells for $3.50
A man's shoe, to wear the yenr round.
welt, of Imported vlcl stock
This Is one of the mnny medium grades
we tire now showing, nnd to npprcc
Inte the line, you must come In and
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
A MIXED DRINK.
A rCBoutxeful young matron up near
Diamond street had a small dinner par
ty one evening last week, Covors
were laid for six tho wedding pres
ents were all In sets of half-dozen
nnd the dinner wns charming. The
red wlno was not too cold, tho whlto
wine wns not too warm, and tho black
coffee a mastornleee. At tho beeln.
nlng of tho end of tho dinner a cordial
was served, but when tho husband
tasted It ho put down his glass with
a look of anguish and was about to
peak. His wife's eo silenced him.
Nobody took tuoro than tho first sip
of tho liqueur. After tho last guost
had departed tho husband braved his
wife's ejo and spoko:
"My dear" said he. "what In tho
name ot nil unspeakable things was
ho matter with that liqueur?
Ills young wife smiled triumphantly
"Why," said she, "when I came to
look at tho bottle, Just beforo dinner, I
found there wasn't enough left to go
round. It was too late to get nny
more, so I Just ndded to It a bottle of
violet toilet water. It in in,. mn
color, and it had tho samo smell, and
I knov nobody would notice tho differ
ence Wasn't It good?" Philadelphia
There are 10,000 Syrians In the L'nlt
cd States, of whom between two nnd
threo thousand live In Chicago.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tb bent collection In tho city and much )
lower" tlinn iihuiiI prices fop
ONC WEEK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladslphl
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, f To
ronto. Offices Stanoenwald ldg M
chant Street. Tel. iualn Sgt.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May G, iooj
NAME OF STOCK '"J, ? OIJ A.k.l
-. Brtvtr ftComrinjr. i.ooo.m'c loo 4Q4
I S SichtD n. Co.l-l Co,oio lo to
L.B, Karr It Co., Ltl . koouo K 40
txa Plinlatlon Co . .on,vn o j)j tlu
Hawaiian AcrlculturalCo ,,009.000 100 . . SY4
Hawaiian Com ft Sa Co ' t.iia.f 50 ico . . .9
Hawaiian Suar Co ... 1 8.900,000 so n t.li
Honotnu Sugar Co .. fso.000 too ,i
HonokaaSucar Co .. 'a 000,000 oo ,0
Haiku Sutar Co ... I ya.ox loo ' ,g.
Kahuku Plantation Co so.ore to fi', UJ
Klhal Plant Co ,Lli. . I.ow.ooo so lok 11
KIahuluSurarCo I 160,000 ino . .. ,00
Kolna Surar Co .. . )oc,o?o too ,,a
MdlryliSuCo..Ll.. .aoo,ooe m 6 ,
O-hu Sutar Co , 1.600,00c too . . n,u
(loira SugarCo .... 1,000.000 ao a, ,,
Ookala Sucar Plan Co .ooo to Q
Olaa So Co. Ltd . at) M;.om to S U
OlaaSuCo LtJ pjupf a joo,ooo to tu
Oloalu Company i;o,ur too ,..
I'aauhauSu Plan Co 3000,000 jo . ,
Pac'fii Sugar Mill joomo loo. ,. '"flo
Pala Plant, 'Irm Co ' ,y,.c.T m
Pfpttkfo Si g.r Co e,cMi 100 ' tr9
Plnnwr Mil' Co a a)o.pon loo. ... ,
I'lonrtr Mill Co Atsc yrj. 100
Walalua Ago Co j.j.xt.oro ire j " ,
WallukuSugarCo Too.onr loo ...
WalmanalnSurar Co aja.ooo too t$s '
Walmta Mill Co . las.oc leo .
WllJar Sltamihlp Co ,, ,m a.
Innr-UKnlSiumNCo 'SS ' ", "
Hawaiian blxtrlc Co ''" " "
Hon. MarlJ T & L Co JS'o ".'" .
OahuRv&LCo aouooootoo." go
Peoflf. I t K I e Co 'S loo . ...
Flrat National nanli .
Iliwalian Gov 3 par cent .,,,, 04 .. .,
H1I0 R R Co brcrcent 1 too
Hon Rapll Transit .
Lwa Plantat n 6pr cant .,., ttiK .
Oatiu R It LCo pare 1 lo.'t
Oahu Plantation ope I
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c I
Walalua Agricul 6p c ... ,, ..1 lot
Sales-Ho Ohm. palil tip! 13; SO
Olaa. paid up $13. 10 Oahu, $90, 15
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOX
Orders for the purchase or salt ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungrv
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tad
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co,, Ltd
MONEY ADVANClJD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
4Q3 Judd Building.
Atlantic City now- talks of fireproof
hotels, and It will eventually como to
this, for the public will, before many
)cars, refuso to patronize. Iramc struc
tures. Philadelphia Item.