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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., THURSDAY, MAY S, Wfit
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We have beef this wcelc that cannot fall to please the most fas
tidious beef epicures Oh, tho Jtileo' Ilest spring tonic known
While ordering remember wo atho agents for that delicious
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housekeeper should have a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A DOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. DOX 330.
VERDICT OF CORONER'S
JURY IN WELAU CASE
Sensation Caused By Statement of
Alex. Nicholas Dr. McDonald Says
There Were No Suspicious
The Cotuner's Jurj In the case of the
death of wtlau, the native who was
drowned olf the quarantine Island
Tuesday afternoon, met In the Deputy
Sheriff's office at the polite station
last evening and there hdd forth for
something like two hours. The lt
nesses placed on th stand were Alex.
Nicholas, a brother-in-law of the de
ceased, the widow, tbt two fishermen
who were In the boat with the de
ceased, the native who found the body
and the native keeper of the fishing
grounds of the )oung princes near
which place the fatal accident occur
red. Dr. McDonald, the nutopsv. phjsl
clan, was also a witness
Nicholas created a sensation by say
ing that he believed t litre had been
foul play of some kind for there had
been trouble b'tkeen Kanawaaukal, one
of the men who was capsized. He hnd
had this man In tow on the previous
evening and from what he said at that
time, he felt convinced that something
bevond mere drowning had happened
to Wclau. Thf Jury questioned tho
witness tiy carefully nnd found that
the most of "his knowledge was of a
hcarsaj nature However, all the other
witness's wore questional with a view
to throwing mor' light ou the subject
of p)HlhIe foul plaj.
The testimony of Dr M Donald was
to the effect that lh mill had un
doulitoilh dl d of drowning There
' was absolute Ij nothing that could poi-
slblj htakma evidence of foul pi iv
The bodv was In the very best of condi
tion There were evidences of ulcolirl
I In the stomach and he would say thai
I Welau previous to tho accident which
I resulted In his death, must have been
I drinking. This nutter of drinklnb w.is
.dtnled bv the native wltnihsos who
Iweie In the boat with tin dtteusid at
the time of the- aci iiUnt
These men told tho story of the nc-
cldcnt in a straightforward mii.ii.ei.
They had gotttn into one of thofcf
treacherous plates where tho suit It
breaking docs to suddenly ami with
out th" slightest warning and hnd
ben caught hy tin- undertow. Wl.m
cried out Jutt previous to his sinking
for the l.i-t time that his 'trcngth had
entlrtlv given out and that ho be
lieved he was doomed to die Kanaka
aukal tald lie was In the same con
dition and had he not turn the ilothes
off his bodv he must surely have been
drowned Hi told Wilau to do the
same thing but he refused, saying It
wa no use whatever.
The kit per of the fishing grounds of
the joung princes stated that he be-
llevid the men bad done all In their
power to save the drowning man. As
they were all strangers thty naturally
did not know just what to do In thosn
treacherous waters Had ho been there
himself, he could have, saved Wclau.
The Jur after short deliberation,
rendered a verdict of uecldental drowning.
Ixiverb of that delicious am
ber tolored tea of excellent fla
vor should try our
We mix It ourselves from an
old roclpti nnd havo heard noth
4iig but pratso from thoso who
CS cents the pound.
H. MAY & GO.
Tim Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R, STOCKTON
According to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all tho best
of ths many breakfast
fooda now on the market.
There Is one that has bo
tome the must popular of
ill foods simply becauso
Its work, und results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Holel Street
HBs vH3k BfRCvflH
Tonight at the Orpheum the Kilo
lord compani will present a piny tnat
vas oiu of ltlih.ird Munslleld's curly
si'cctsses Mr jriiMl and .Mr. uvtio
rhtt plnv is tukin from Hubert l.ouh
htcveiiKim s story of tho same uauio.
I'ollowlng Is the cast "
itev lMwnrd l.elgh tho vicar ... .
. . Pi auk Wmnn
Alice l.i Igh, the vicar's (Taughtcr ...
"iIsh Mny I'owers
Di I,anvon ... 1'ranTt l-'annlng
Di Jtkvll Mellaril Scott
Jl Newtnmh, of Scotland Yard...,
I'ccdc Dr Jekyll"f. servant
Clms. M. Dlalr
Onleer MrSuirno Tiuo lloardinuii
Mr I'ttfiKon an tittorm-y
Hmbeit T. Shaw
(Just Utti'rson's cli'rk
.Mar) n servant Aline Wnlacu
Illddy n cook ... Dmnia ('ummlngs
Ait I The Vlrarngo
Act II Stnt 1. Koom at Mi. Utter
son s S e-nti ", The Vltnrago.
tt 111 Scene 1 lloom nt Mr. lit-
icitons SLin 2 Dr Dans on s office.
Att IV Sun" l.rU Mi. Utterson's.
Sitnc 2 Dr Jelcpl'tt I.iboratory.
SpecSaltitfc by Tine rioaidman. Ada
Lucas llaby Lillian and Llttlo Kvel)n.
H. W. Vostcr, Jeweler. IRS Hotel St.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
t'ltst National Saloon.
The elevafor In tho Judd building
was out of order this forenoon
Utank books of ail sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactuted by the Bulletin Publish
The weekly edition of the Evening
llutlctin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Gomes & McTIghc, tho liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, J3 50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at HotTschlaegcr Co.'s,
The conference on tho St Louis Ex
position of the four commercial and In
dustrial bodies, Acting Governor
Cooper presiding, will be held tomor
row afternoon '
The Malte-Hlmas At'hlctlc Club did
not hold Its regular monthly meeting
last night ns there was not a quorum
present Tho meeting was postponed
till Wednesday of next week.
Mr Dlckerson, the Mackay cable
man, bronght Important letters to
Acting Governor Cooper of which th"
latter was advised b a private letter.
He calls on the Acting Governor thU
The grand stand being erected at the
foot of C'aptol square fiu the X. G II
competitive ill MI on Saturday after
noon will have nctummodatloii for 'M0
people. Steps on ctthci end lead tin
from the giound
C. M Cooke was down town for the
llrst time since Ml attMcnt on tin
Niitmnu road las) Saturduj afternoon.
He has his left arm In a sllug und ono
cje still shows where Mr. Cooke In his
fall fiom the carriage cum' Into con
tact with some hard tubitaure 111 the
The four-inasteil schooner Olell.i
I'ederseu, Captain Hanson, was sight
ed tarlv this moinlng nnd was towed
b) the Tearless Into the lint bin a few
hours later She comes fmm Ncw-
cattle with a cargo of toal being 50 1
dhvs out lod.iv. Shi Is at present
Iving iu the stream.
The news given b the Ilnlletln ves I
terilay nfteiiiuon that the St Louts i
Exposition was postponed till IWti
mused a feeling of relief In the oiginl
zatlon committee Mr Athtiton said It
was to be ho.it d tilt ndililluli.il tlmi
would find Hawaii in better position
than nt present to make a good show
Mi I'nt, the Chinaman ch.iigtd with
gambling and whose case Wclau, the
native diowned Tuesday afternoon,
was most necessarv to on the side of
the prosecution, nprcircd rui trial iu
the l'olltc Court today. A nolle prose
qui was entered and the defendant al
lowed to RO.
T, K. James, so well known hero In
Honolulu In connection with the prin
cipal Coast steamers and the transports
that first went out to Manila and ns
mamigcr ot the Hnwallun hotel, was
among the passengtis from San l'ran
llsco In the Sonoma this morning. He
Is here to remain for some llttlo time
hut as jet, has no definite pluns w
respect to his future movements Since
he was last here, Tom has been cist,
west, south, north and every place
rlso and Is glad to get back to this III
tic spot In the aPclllc ,
Harry Jucn called nt the police sta
tion this forenoon and complained that
a gang of hoodlums ofw all natjonull
ties were giving him and the other pco
plo who do business In the vlcln
the Junction of HercUnnlu and King
btieets all kinds of trouble They com
mit all munner of nuisances about the
placo dining the night time anil dtir
Ing the ila the) arc continual!) pes
tcrlng Chinese sliopkeepi-iu near th
place, apil)lng some vile epithets to
pussers-b) Deputy Shcilff Chilling
worth has promised to scud nn olllcci
to tho placo for thtf next : I days.
I right up to now
sells for S3.50
1060 FORT 8TREET.
SAO Two Te4phoie--240,
Tho man of sense Is ho who best
preserves thoso faculties with which
Nature has endowed him.
Ho may ' hato to wear glasses," but
sentiment Is not sense
Glasses aro not always an evidence
rf weak eyes, but rather of strong in
Men and women of strength, both
mental and physical, wear thorn for
tht "preservation of nervo forto and
vitality, as much as for the better
ment of vision.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
A man's shoe, to wear the year round.
A fjooil year welt, of Imported vlcl stock
with kltl linings.
This Is one ot the many medium grade
we are now showing, nnd to apprec
iate the line, you must come In anil
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladdpltl
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf To
Offleet Stangenwald Ida- M
chant Street. Tel. Main SSI.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, May 7, tool
NAME Or STOCK
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
(here is nothing like a
A special meeting of tho dlroctois of
the Honolulu Rasebnll League has been
called to take place this ultcrnoon at S
o'clotk In the rooms of tho Malle-Itl-mas
Club. The question of umpires
will be subject to discubsluu and It will
be definitely dtcldul whether or no
there are to bo two umplies fen c.ich
game, each club naming an umpire,
as was herttofoie decided, in If au)
other arrangement can bo found nioic
The question of tho management of
the league will also come up Although
Mr Cohen has not foim.ill) teslgtied
from hU position as mnnagei of the
league, there Is still jo much uncei
talnty concerning the question of the
managership, that It Is dtsliablo that a
definite understanding bo reached, Tho
meeting this ufternoon will also mukn
arrangements for tho gamts to bo plaj -ed
Oulletln. ISc oer month.
Dill IK PORT
The steamship Jllowcra was sighted
at 7-Sj this inclining fifteen milts to
tho southwest nnd arrived In tho hai
hor n few bonis later, docking at tho
quitiuntluc wharf shortly after 11
She cuilcs no pissengns for this port
hut has n huge number for the Coast,
many of whom Intend to piocetd to
Hugland to view t lie loionatlou ot
King IMwnul. Among these aie
Messrs Klon, Cleorgo and Visiter who
aro mcmbeis of the AustiaT'iin House
of Representatives and Hon O. Le
lluuth, the Govcinoi of Ilrltlsh New
l'uisei llellenialno gives the follow
ing report of tho voyage: "Tho U. M.
H MIowera, Hemming comm.indei, nr-
livcd ut Honolulu on tho 8th Inst, from
the Australian colonies l.tft S)dney
ut 2 10 p m on thn 21st ult. and arrlv
ed at llrlsbane ut 10 n in ou the 23d.
Left ngaln at 0-20 a m on tho 21th;
txpeilcntcd strong gale fiom tho east
and northeast with vtiy high seas
Ai lived nt Suva at S p. m on the 29th.
Left Suva nt 11 p, m same day. Ex
perienced light breezo nnd fine weather
thiough the KIJI Islands I'assed Wat
langalala nt 2 20 p in on the 29th and
Aloja Island at 2-23 a m ou the 30th.
Crossed the cqnntor at 8 a m. on th9
3d Inst; experienced Btrong northeast
winds and squally weather with heavy
sens and nrrlvcd as above."
The Mlowcin will leavo this poit for
Vlttorla and Vancouver ut 1 o'tlotk
C. Brtirtr A Company
LB. Kan Co,, Lli..
fta Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Con ft Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co .,.
Honomu Sugar Co ..
Monokaa Sugar Co ..
Haiku Sugar Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co
KIlKl Plant Co .111.. .
Kl,ahulu Sugar Co ....
Koloa Sugar Co .
O.hu Sugar Co , .
Onomaa Sugar Co ..
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
C)!aavl Co.LU , ail
O'aaSuCo LlJ pjupl
Oloalu C mipany
Paauhatl Su PUn Co
I Pac'lic Sugar Mill
I'ala I'linU'l. n Co
IVpwkeo St g.r Co
Plunr Mill Co
Plonerr Mill Co AJ
Walatiil Ago Co
VValmra Mill Co . .
VVIIJrr StnmcMo Co
Hawaiian LWtrlc Co
Hon kaj.14 T & L Co
Mutual Telrrhone Co
rcople ft ice fie K I g Co
ririt National Hank
Hawaiian Cov prr cent
HiloRKCo i percent
Hon Kapll Transit
Ewa Plantat n 6 prr crnt
ualtu KKLt,. per c
Oihu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
VValalua Agrlcul 6 p e
Pi I J Up
fcalt -,! Kwa ?2I, JO Kua. $2, 25
1 a $:i " O It ft I- Co, $90, C
O It &. I Vo Jr0 17 Oahu. $00,
in .TuiVuIiiUi Siil,mh $25
Honest dental WOrk Want More Ships
at honest prices
Tho Now York Dental Parlors are
under new management and aro turn
ing out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession nt tho lowest
prltes over knovn In Honolulu.
Each department in charge of a spe
cialist nnd our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho best recognized schools
In tho L. 8. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger stall than any oth
er dental oftlto In tho city; wo have
tho best pinto woikers, crown nnd
bridge xpotlallsts, and In fact all
branches ni dentistry ns practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can savo jou money on your den
tal work. Wo will toll you In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by
i free examination.
SET TEETH $5 00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
for the Navy
Washington, April 28. The naval
program of 1903, as presented In the na
val appropriation bill and the report
tiled today by Chairman Foss of the
ll(ni8o Naval Committee. Is one ot un
usual Interest. The report does not
lake us optimistic a view of our naval
progress as Is generally held, and Koss
points out that comparatively few of
our ships have an) real fighting value
Ho accompanies this with a statement
of the euoimuus naval nrmameiit nnd
progress of our other countries pir-
tltulail) (itrmaiiy It Is slsjwn by the
report that the total number of ves
sels of our navv. built and building is
US. and the total tost will be (23o,-0S2.209.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sal ot
stocks and bonds enrefuly and prompt'
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tanan-
wald Bldg. Postoftlco box 390; Tata
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
ft. Jl' ViLBfe V ate
IWi,, I... L t iWUr
lellCOlU) OP CHOLERA.
, Xlunlln April 25. The cholera lttord
up to dutc Is as follows: Manila, COJ
1 cases and 39S deaths, In the provinces,
1 1.117 eases nnd 907 deaths.
The Hoard of Health Is finding cases
of natives Irving to bur) their dead ut
night In order to prevent tho detention
of the living.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JND INSURANCE.
4Q3 Judd Building.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch)
Tel. Main 76. 05:45. Elite Bldg.
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
ttoom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Utrc
LADIK3 IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. .
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
Alden Electric "Belt'
pensorv 's guaranteed
all tlu wuratlve proper
ties of the expensive belts now sold b
doctors and Jrucc. 's. It elves averv
stiong current of electricity and Id e.iily
regulated. Bwund to superseJe others. Can
be hid from the undersigned only, no
.items; no discount. Clrcuhrfree. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 206 1'ost St., San
Frat . lro Sent free to Hawaii l.ir $5.00
Camara & Co
S. K. corner Qutcn and Alakca
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NHW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
IMIISINQ THE DEST 1IHANDS 01'
ALL, KINDS OF
l'AMH.Y TIIADE SOLICITED.
UUDWEISEIt, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. 0. Box 661; Tel. Blue -102.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Blrck. Ground Floor.
NO. 10 8T0P.IJ
Fred. L. Waldron
P. 0, Doi 553; TeJ Dlue 791; Itootr
3, Sprockets Bulldh..
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In the city anil much
lower th 11 n UHual prlcect for
ONH WEEK ONLY.