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PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. They tiro convenient,
easily handled and alwnjs ready (or
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.,
. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
TELEPHONE MAIN 237.
176-180 KING STREET.
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We hao hecf this week that cannot fall to please the most fas
tldlntis beef epicures Oh, tho Juice Host sptlng tonic known
While ordering remembct wo ntho agents for thnt delicious
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
TELCPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
THEY NEVER COME BACK !
The greatest discovery for tho doitiuctlon of tho crcatest of pests
ANTS. Kills thoso that como In and I eeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should hao a samplo b it to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. DOX 330.
LovcrB of that dcilclous am
ber colored tea of excellent fla
vor should try our
Wo mix It ouiselves fiom an
old retire and hao heard noth
ing hut praise from thoso who
65 cents the pound.
THE LAST BOOK
Mr. and Mrs Jame Lyle with their
granddaughter (.now adopted daugh
ter), Mies Agnes Unci! Lyle leave In
the steamer Mlowcra for an extended
tour Their 111 si lestlnt, place will be
Portland Ore, where they will visit
Mr. and .Mis, Herbert WInslow, tho lat
ter a daughter of Mr. and Mts Llc.
The length of their stay there will de
pend oji word from Mrs Reovcs, n sis
ter of'Mrs Ljltf, at Norwich, Conn,
who was In a critical state of health
when last heard from At all events,
they will visit ulatlves In New En
gland and the Maritime Provinces.
I'oslbly thence the may cross tho At
lantic and come home b) way of Aus
tralia, visiting relatives at Port Ade
laide. South Australia A nephew
called after Mr I.J le Is Sir James I.vle
Mackc now living In England, who
rose to prominent In Eist India In
coniifllon with a great steamship
compaii), he being made a member of
the Prlvv Council for India
Mr Lle has not been away from the
Hawaiian Islands since no came here
to build the mallne railway twenty
j ears ago he having bwn superinten
dent of tlrt! works the first few jears
after construction and Mm e then one
ot their lefcs fiom the government
I.ntel) the Arm of Sorenson & I.vle, ol
which lie has become tho senior pirt
ner b survival has spent $20 000 In rc
pilrs to the marine rallwa This In
volved rery arduous wmk on Mr Lyle's
part for ninny months at the comple
tion of which has ramlly persuaded
him that he was entitled to take i
period of ifcst and io operation In tra
vel amidst the s enes of his bohood
nnd eailler manhood ay well as farther
abroad on the globe All who know
what a attention life the veteran ship
wrlght has followed in Honolulu suc
ceeding an fqualls Industrious career
on the Norm ami mjiiiii Ainc-nc.iu
roats from childhood will Join his fa
mllv In wishing him and bis partner of
titnrl) half a ccnturv god"d on their
travel nnd a safe return In lentwed
health Mis Ljl'J nhtlrll.iles the
pleasute of revisiting hr birthplice Ic
Ltmncctliut, wheie two of her slsteis
aie living .ml which she left as a
oung wife manj jfars ago
James I.vle owner and nnnager of
the marine rallwn Is hooked to go to
Vancouver In the Cnnadlan-Australlnii
steamship Mlowern due to arilve from
the Colonies this afternoon He will
be gone several months visiting ti lends
In allllfax and posslblv goln to I,n-
lland l'rom Vancouver Mi Lyle will
go to Portland thence East
The I.yle marine railway was recent-
l grcatl Imiiroved. a new track, ex-
'ending nearl eight hundred feet out
under tho waters of the harbor beltii?
constructed at a cot of about $20 OOD
During the nhence of lames I.jle the
marine rallwa will br In charge of his
Lumber Saved Her
She Saved Lumber
The water has been pumped out of
the schooner Twilight nnd she Is high
and dry on the marine railway, where
she will be repaired. Moso of her keel
Is gone her rudder Is lost nnd there
ire several places In her timbers which
show where the rocks at Koloa. where
she went ashore iccently In n squall,
have severcl.v punished her
The owners of tho Twilight, tho Le
ahl Navigation Companj. claim to have
saved the cargo of lumber This Is an
tntcicstlng lair In view of the fact
that the ownus of the lumber claim
to have raved the schooner. Inasmuch
is the vessel would have sunk had it
not been for the lumber cargo that kept
her afloat It Is estimated tint tho
schooner can be put In good condition
SHIPPING MA'AMS ItUSY.
G4, Midday maximum. 77
Marometcr at 9 a m 29 9'
Rainfall 0 00
Hew Point GIF
Humldlt) at 9 a m l; per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station Ma)
Weather cloud) , wind light SE
i right up to now
sells for S3.50
FRANK R. STOCKTON
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Populnp Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hole) Street
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo have nil tho best
of the many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Ib ona thnt has bo
come the most popular of
all foods simply because
Its wot!: and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
H it Limited il ll
1060 FORT 8TREET.
40 Two Telephones 240.
't Is n curious freak of fortune that
Mis Turk and Mrs howls, the vvlvis
of the two shipping masters who are
languishing In Oahu Jail, should bo
making a good btioke of business wltn
the en vessel through which tholr
husbands were sent to prison
The gunt Bteel ship Arthur Sewall.
Captain ClalTctiej Is almost read) for
sea nnd Mrs. Turk anil Mrs Lewis
who are conducting tho business of
supplying ships with crews during the
enforced absence of their husband,
hive the umtract for fitting tho Arthur
Sewall with n clew, l'lflcen seimeii
aro requited h) tho Arthur Sewall for
the vojage to New otk
A sailor shipped to New York
means to the shipping mastei about
$30, everything considered per bend
This means about $ir,0 will bo realised
from the Arthur Sewall Such business
iih this does not crop up over) da) on
the wati'ifront and Lewis &. Turk
themselves could not handle tho mat
ter any better than can their plucky
and business-like wives
Read "Wants" on page C.
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, IS? Hotel St.
A fine cottage for rent Sec ad under
A fine phaeton for sale. See ad un
der New Toda).
Gentlemen refresh ) ourselves at tho
I'lm National Saloon.
Tr) Doston Blend Tea, 05 cents per
pound, at II. May & Co.'s.
A large batch of fishery right cases,
under the Organic Act, was filed to
day. Hlce & Perkins have their photo
graphic studio open to luspeejlon at all
lllunk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactuied by the Bulletin Publish
There will be a meeting of the Hoard
of Health ot tho usual time and placa
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ut
tho news of tho day.
Notice to ctedltors In the estate ot
A, II Scrlmgcom, deceased, Is publish
ed under New Toda).
Frank Lcomrd Austrian, a soldier
at Camp McKlnlej, was natmallzed bj
Judge Estee this morning
Gomes .v. Mellghe, the liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to un) part of tho
city free. Tel, .Main 110.
Annie I.unhlwa well known In police
circles, was nnestcd this motnlng on
the charge of using profane language.
12 I' Conant hns been appolntc'iln
I 'ember of the Koloa Hoad Hoard. Sco
.ly Authorlt) on page S.
Chailes f) Wilson has been placed In
the position of overseer of the work of
conMiuctlon of the new Kcwalo ditch
Ka8tmin pocket folding kodaks nil
sizes, for sale ut Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent bulo,v regular
A meeting of the Huw.illan Uellef
Snclct) will be held at the residence ol
Mrs S C Allen. Tbursda) morning nt
Bourbon Whiskey, 0 )cars old, $3 60,
Claret, CO cents, Sherry and Tokay. 7J
cents a gallon nt Hollschhegcr Co '
Kcwalo Is having a veo dry time
and If no rain comes nulcklv nd hit
ly the district Is apt to bo a labyrinth
of dust) ruads.
The schooner Alice Kimball satis tor
Hookena, Hawaii, at ' p m Thuisda)
May 8, loading freight ut Allen . Hob
Clerk Mating has concluded taklnc
tcstlmoii) foi the Court of Claims In
the case of Cottun Brothers & Co.
against the United States.
In the Pollee Court this forenoon
Chas. Dudolt was reprimanded nnd ills
charged on the charge of assault and
battery on Annlo Knmaka.
Ilebecca Hall! has brought suit for
dlvorco against George Hnlll for non
support and cruelty. They were mar
rled In 1887 and have six children.
Tho Urst evening Sunda) service of
tho Sloan Christian chapel was held
In the cdlflcu last Sunday evening, 1110
4th Inst, and was largely atteinicd
Said a Kawalah.iu resident lexln)
"The Board of Health Inspectors secni
to continually overlook the unhealthy
condition of the lateral dltihes along
Kawalahaei stieet Bedding, refuse and
multitudinous miterlal of dlsease-
lireedlng diameter, n plalnl) exposed
ami lemalns undlstuibcd i
Among the passenger! for the Ceiast
this afternoon In the Ventura will be
Bishop Nichols, who eeluniH to liH
work in California Dining his ntu
here the Bishop hns made numerous
frleuils among the members eif the vari
ous congtegntlons nnd It Is expecti'd
that a large crowd will be on the wharl
to sen him off
Work Is piogtcsslng quietly on the
.new ditch which Is to Intersect the ICe-
walo district nnd which In planned to
go from Kaplolunl stieet to tho Alt
Mo inn road The ditch Is already com
pleted fiom the bcj to Kawalahou
street and tho push of the work reilfi
ver) rredltabl) upon the Public Works
Victor Hoffman and I F Itllc) do
lug business as conttactoih under tin
ill in name of Hoffman & Ulh) huve
filed suit In the Circuit Couit foi foir
rlosuio of me chat Ic a lie it against Col
J II. Klshei In thu matter of h
building on Fort street, opposite the
Love block, which Ih now used as A
combination blllard parlors, cigai stoic
anu icstauidui. v
A man's hIioc, to vvenr the year round.
A good year welt, ot Imported vlcl stock
with kid linings.
This Is one o! the many medium grades
we nre now showing, und to apprec
iate the line, you must come In and
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of XL
ronto. Offices Stangenwild lldf.. Mer
chant Street. Tel. wain 361.
HONOLULU STOCK FiXCHANOE
Honolulu, May 7, tool
NAME OF STOCK
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
C, Brewer ft Company
NS Si c hi DO Co.LM
L D. Kerr ft Co , Ltd
ei Plintittnn Co ..
Hiwtllan Sygir Co
Hon emu Sugar Co .
Hatku Sojrif Co
KtliuVu Plantation Co
Kihel Plant Co Lt,
Klifailu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Ohu Sugar Co.
rvnira Sugar Co
'Jckali Sjjar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co Ltd . ail
OlaaSu Ltd pdup i
O wil i ( trranv
Pi3 hau Su l'in Co
Va f. ipar Mill
Paia I tatita Ion Co
Per-ke s j,r Co
Pi .nr MiM i t.
Ploncr Mill Co Asset
WAiilua Agn C'
Wjlminal Sucar Co
V. lmei Mill Co
WMJpf Slcamilo Cn
intfr-nianj 5iamr v.o
Hawaiian ilectric Co
I OOO or
fl OOO OOO
150 "CO I
Hon Karld T ft L Co
Oahu R ft L Co
People 1 Ice ft H I g Co
First National (lank
llawaltan Gov j per rent
H1I0 R H Co 6 per cent
Hon Harld Transit
Lwa Piantat n 6 r cent
Uanu KALLn per c
Oihu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
WaUtua Agrlcul 6 p
$oe aro 103 . I jta
1J0( tOO ... . I ;o
10,OW tOO I if 3
f Ijaonr iw 70 a
;xj to lis
I 500 ore too t$, T9
Too.ocfl too .ft
151,000 too tjj ,
ti$ou im , I tt
500 ooe 100 . . s 9!
500 OOO 100 TO
500 ouo too 9)
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I jo aoo to ....
t ouo.ooo too ... V
1 50 OOO 10 ..a.
..!'.. .! ". !!!!!! tot
KahuKu $21, 1000 Hwa
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho nurchase or lata ot
stocks and bonds carofuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangtn
wald Dldg. Postolfice box 390; T.U
phone Main 331.
Honest dental work
at honest prices,
Tho New York Dental Parlors ara
under now management nnd aro turn
Ins out tho best Kind of dental work
known to tho profession nt the lowest
prlees over knovn In Honolulu.
Hach elojmrtmcnt In charfie of n spe
lillst and our operators nro Kradttate
lentlsts of tho best rceoRiilred schools
n tho b S or the world.
Wo l.avo a larger staff than nny oth
r elenlnl orflco In tho cltj , wo havo
ho best plato vvoikers, crown nnd
htiiluo Hiieelnllnts and In fact all
-to-ajwhcB of dentistry ns practiced by
us nro strictly up to date.
Wo can snvo ou monej on our den
tal work. Wo will tell you In ndvnncG
xactly what jour work will cost by
i frco examination.
3ET TEETH 5 00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
SOLD FILLITeGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
Tho man of senbo Is ho who best
p-cserves thoso faculties with which
Nsturo has endo.ved him
He may "hate to weai glasses ' but
btnllment Is not senbe
Glasses ato not alwuya an evidence
of weak ejes, hut rather of strong In
Men nnd women of strength, both
mental and phjBlcal wear them for
the 'preservation of nervo forco and
vitality, ns much is for tho better
mrnt of vision
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort 8treoL
Over May & Co.
The catc of Ah Tat, charged with
Gambling came up for trial In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon. Deputy
Shetlff Chllllngworth stated that ho
would have to ask for u continuance
until tomorrow forenoon as tho best
witness ht had, Welau, was drowned
jcslerday afternoon anil tho other wit
nesses on the shlo ot tho piosceutlnn
were making tho arrangements for tho
funeral to bo held this afternoon. There
was no objection offeied by tho attor
nej for the defense and tho case went
ivor until tomorrow
If H 5 Witt'
RID IR1II BONDS
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Itnpld Transit Company was held this
morning at 9 30 o'clock In the nssein
bl loom above Castle . Cooke's oluces.
It was called Inasmuch as It was pro
posed to bring out a new bond issuq
ut $1 O0O.U0O, recalling the old bond
Issue, to provide' for new Improvements
and extensions, the location of which
havn not us ct been contemplated.
As It is necessar) according to law
to inueaso the capital stock to an
amount eqnal to the bonds issued, i
was lcbolvcd to do this ami to nmeiiil
the h)-lnws to uniform with these in -
After the stockholders' meeting tho
bond of dlrcctois of the comp.m held
a shott meeting in which the bond U
sue and the Increase of tho capital stock
A meeting of the stockholders will
take place tomorrow morning at 'J ,)
o'clock to ratify the above mentioned
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Commissioner Wrav Tailor received
I nimc fine eoou.inuts for seed from Ka
I moa bj the Ve ntura As blight nppeui
I cd ou botue of them Inspector II C
' Perkins has thciroughl disinfected
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE,
403 Judd Building:.
I'icslilont Kruger Is reported to be In
good health Sine, all of the Doers
who aro located at Kuropean capitals
and have plenty of mouc) are In tho
lifet of health and will be as long ns the
war lasts lluffalu Itevlcw
All our Instruments nro thoroughly
sterilized beloro uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
uioui 4, LUltu DulldlUiS, Hotel aire '
LADIK3 IN ATTKNDAJ1.C1
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. ir..
tittnduys, 9 a. ra. to Yi iu.
il " Y'
I - I
:. AlJen ble t-lc "Belt
'? rnirv 's guiranteed
o nosvss w all tnt curative proper
ties ot the eMicti-lve bells now sold bv
Jo tors and iuiier. 's. It gives a verv
ttong current of electrlcltv andlseallv
eeuhted. B"iin J to supersede others. Can
)e hid from the undersigned only; m
iRents; no discount. Circular free. AJJrey
'Itrce Electric Co , 206 Poit St.. San
Frar Hro Sent f rr to Haw all for 85.00
Tho plaintiffs, represented by At
torney J, W Cathcnrt, state that on
May 13, 190.!, they entered Into a con
tract with J, II, Fisher for the erection
of tho building of tho place In question
and tho furnishing of alt the materials
for the construction o( the same.
Tho plaintiffs state further that tho
cost of the wholo building was $7"t.'
and that of this amount $"O.T 1 1,1a been
paid b) the defendant hut that tho re
mainder which was iujublc t'cbiiuiiy
T of this car, has not et been paid
Il Is fui tin 1 stated that there lb a
balance of ?2tS0 ID dun on tho building,
iucltulcd in this amount being $17b 10
for extra materials oulilde of tho ori
1 lie plaintiffs ask that tnc building
be buhl ac cording to law and the pto
ceeds applied to the pament of the
costs of the pioceedlugs icnpon ihle at
tin ne s fees and the claim amouutliu
io the sum already mentioned
Camara & Col
S IJ coiner Queen and Alakca
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NKW STOCK JUST OPDNHD COM-
I'KISINO THU IIDST 11HANDS Of
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TRADi: SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Lb Umi yKliiOEl d
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell BItN G'ound Floor.
NO. IO STOR1J
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Rox CS3; Tel Blue 791; Room
3, Sprocket Bulldruf.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In tho city nuel much
lower thnn usual prices for
ONE WEEK ONLY.