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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 'I. T., SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1J02.
W. & M., Ltd. I W, & M Ltd, W. & M., Ltd,
The world doth move; 10 do we.
True, wo wero fired from the corner to which we arc now
moving, bul wo have got bail; Into fnor and will soon occupy our
handsome new building. New stock? Well everybody well knows
our former stock was pretty well disposed of. Everything en
tirely new, larger, better and greater variety of goods than ever
before. Watch ua build our displays In Intcrloi and In tho win
dows and come and seo us a soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
BHLBRS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
WHAT STRANGER FOUND
UP IN MANOA VALLEY
No Question About Suicide and No
Clue to IdentityDeep
A grucKome find was made yesterday
ntternoou on the Walklkl side of the
new Manoa lots In u place known as cently cng.igcd on the wutertrunt as a
Wallele, mauku about a half a mile or'sugai dicker or tally clerl., i.-tiriisd
bo from the quarries In Kamollllll. The ho.ve ;ium scho-i estuu..y nMtin i-n
dlscovciy was made by a Swede, llo-to final li.elr father d- i-l killed by r.n
lander by name, who was walking In own hand, .uid their iinibei weeping
the tlelnlty for pleasure, he having ar- j for the loss of her husband, bemoaning
lived In the city recently and having 'he m.ilncsf that haj driven lilm to
gone out for a walk In order to sec a h-ate he: in face the dllllcultlea of llfo
little of the city and Its suburbs. I'pon alone with seven young chlldioa to
the return of the Coroner's Jury from c-uic for and support,
the senc of the Hewitt tragedy at' Hewitt shot and kill; id himself nl.aul
nbout 5 o'clock, tills other horror was 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his
awaiting them. Deputy Sheriff Chill- home. lie Mood before tho bureau In
lug worth had some Important business the front liedioom. pl.v:d a revolt cr
to attend to and so the Jtir with the In his mouth and blew a hole Ihrourh
pedal officer and trtibtles of the pollie the back of his head.
ttatlon did not stait up the ullcy until For n couple of week.? past Hewitt
titer 5.30 o'clock . , I has be-n m ting In a very str.ui,te man
liolander explained that he had been "cr. He had been despondent and had
walking up the road near an old barn been drinking tory heavily. He uai not
nnd delected a tery bad odor as ho was working legularly and fount It dim
appioachlng It. He went our Into tho cult to mnkc ns much money as was
clump of algeioba trees where tho old needed for the support of Lis I'irge la
barn was standing and there, lying In a mlly.
corner of what was the hay and grain He went down town yesterday morn
loom, was a sight that made him al- lug, returning to his homo early In tha
most turn sick. It was the corpse of a afternoon with tome m,it for supper,
man who. fiom the amiearanco of the His wife told him that she had saved
body, must have been lying there for
nt least a louple of weeks. A pile of
clothts ivas close by his sldo and near
the right hand was a revolver. He
Mispected suicide nt once and did not
stoii further thun to pick up tho re-
toiler He then made tracks for the
electric railway where he took a car for
the city ana went immemaieiy 10 me
When the liny arrlted on the scene
it was almost dark nnd mutches had to
be used to get a good lew of the body.
The pockets of tho black coat and vest
were Hcarchod carefully but there was
nothing that could gltc the police the
slightest clue of the Identity ot the
man. A small stub of a lead pencil
was the only thing found. The coat
was an old one but the test was new.
A fine silk shirt such as Is used by Ja
panexe. was lying with the pile ot
clothes. Attached to tho collar band
was a celluloid collar but there wero
no marks ot Identification upon It. A
new hat with the mark of the Murata
store on Hotel street was also found but
there was nothing about this that could
possibly be used as a clue.
The police and the Jury next turned
its closest atcntlon to the body. De
composition bad progressed so far that
the features wero unrecognizable but
the complexion was swarthy nnd the
arms seemed to have still Indications
of someone with gicat muscular power.
Tho head and hands seemed to be thoso
of u Chinaman nnd yet other distinc
tive features i-cemed to Incline some,
present to the belief that the man was a
Among these wus Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth who seemed to think
that the body wus that of Muranaka,
the Japanese who shot at a country
man of his some weeks ago after he had
been committed to tho Circuit Court
for trial on the charge of robbery In tho
first degree and had been released on
ball In the sum ot $2C0. Mr Chllllng
worth said that the fellow lived not
more than a half mile away and that
the place where the body was found
was a likely one for a man running
away from the poIUo. From the fact
that the fellow had taken off his upper
garments, It would seem as If ho bad
lain down to sleep, Ho wore a thick
undershirt, n pair of black trousers and
n new pair of shoes.
Upon the back of the head being ex
amined. It was found that two terrible
holes had been made, ono near tho top
and tho other near tho base of the head.
The bullets had both been ilred Into
the neck. This tallies with the two
discharged chambers In tho rusty re
volver taken td the pollco station hy
The Identity of the dead man will
probably remain a mystery far ill time
to come for there was ajisolutely noth
ing that could possibly bo used as a
clue. An attempt was made to bury
the body but it was dark and tho tools
secured from a neighboring Chlnesn
house wcro very poor, so the body was
covered up with boards torn from tho
barn and trusties wero sent up this
forenoon to do tho work. Tho inquest
will be held at noon tomorrow,
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
V,- , si . i t v. , ,
WIDOW AND SEVEN
Coroner's Jury Decides That A. M.
Hewitt Shot Himself to Death
The little children of A. M. Hewitt of
Kallhl, an old timer here who was i-
some lunch for him. He paid little cr
no attention to what she had to ray.
He was angry about something nnd be-
haved queer))'. Ills wife was frighten-
ed, lie went Into the bedroom and
"hen his wife followed him there she
found that he held a revolter In ills
hand. He had spoken feternl day be.
""" "i iiiiinmm iu kui iiihibi-u """.
rearing mat lie mlglit nttempt to carry
't his threat. Mrs. Hewitt hid the re
volver, ncwiu managcu to nnu the
weapon, howcter, and was Angering the
gun nertously when Mrs. Hewitt fol
lowed him Into the bedroom. Tho
frightened wife made a grab for the
gun, at the same time praying her hus
band to lemember the children and
for their sake as well as her own to
put away the weapon.
For answer tho temporarily crazed
man struck his wife on tho mouth and
threatened to shoot her If she Inter
fered with him. Thereupon Mrs. Hew
It rushed out upon the veranda, calling
to the neighbors, hoping to summon
help before her husband could use the
revolver, it was while she was on the
veranda that Mrs. Hewitt heard tho
report of tho discharged revolt er nmj
heard tho body of her husband fall
heavily to the floor. When she reach
ed his Bide he waB dead.
An examination of the gun by the
police showed that Hewitt had pulled
the trigger twice. Tho frst cartridge
plainly showed the marlt of tho ham
mer. For some reason It had failed
to explode. Hewitt then deliberately
pulled the trigger the second time.
hating mude up his mlud to end his
A Coroner's Jury went to the scene ot
the tragedy shortly after tho occur
rence. The body was found stretched
upon tho floor where It had fallen. The
wife had placed a pillow beneath the
The seven fatherless children were In
tfto house, the youngest being scarcely
a month old.
Coroner Chllllngworth asked Mrs.
Hewitt to tell the story of the suicide
to the Jury. She did so, bravely at
tempting to control her emotions. Sho
said that they had been married about
seventeen years. Her name was Mrs.
I'aullnc Hewitt. Her husband bad been
out of his head for the last two weeks
and bad some trouble down town about
money matters. Ho bad worked for
merly with IJrewer & Co. but had not
been regularly employed of late. She
then went on to tell of the shooting, as
Tho body was removed to H. II. Wil
liams' undertaking establishment and
the funeral takes placo today. The
Jury returned a verdict to the effect
that Hewitt had come to his death by
hi own hand while temporarily Insane.
The widow nnd Beven children nro In
the most Btraltened circumstances as
a result of the suicide of the husband
J. It. Holt called at tho Hewitt house
yesterday afternoon Just before tho
shooting with somo accounts which he
and Hewitt wero to go over. Holt left
before the shooting.
A. M, Hewitt was about 55 years of
ago, an KngllHhman by birth and a
resident of Honolulu for over twenty-
five years. At one time he was employ-
rffipfot jfr f..)v .:u.vt, KtftttoQ ifa, , ,.,, ft, ,;m fj.jSk
MANY LAWS PASSED '
FOR PARTY'S BENEFIT
Not More Than Two Proxies May Be
Held By Any Member--
Revision of the
Tho Itcpubllcnn Tcrrltoilal commit
tee met at headquarters last night and
accomplished a considerable amount ol
work, primarily completing the con
sideration of the first drafc of rules
for the government of the party. What
changes were made In the rules as first
drafted were Improvements, many sec
tions being made more simple, at tho
same time losing nothing In Cliclr defl
The work of the meeting went along
smoothly and rapidly until Colonel
Jones suggested doubling tho size of
the executive committee In each dis
trict Colonel Jones was strongly of
the opinion that such a change would
mean greater representation. He
thought a large committee, such as ho
proposed, would be better able to do
the work of the party when the cam
The committee now consists of nine
members. Colonel Jones' proposition
was to increase It to seventeen, the
chairman being the odd man.
Considerable discussion was occas
ioned by Colonel Jones' remarks. Some
thoroughly agreed wltli tlic Idea of a
largo working commlttco while others
very much doubted the ability of a
largo committee to accomplish ns much
as n smaller body. It was also held
that through the presence here of
proxies from membcros on tho other
Islands, a more representative body
than that which now exists should be
provided for. It was shown, however,
that the mere doubling of tho commit
tee gained nothing, as the quorum
would still consist nt the same propor
tion of the local and non-resident mem
bers. The motion to increase the mem
bership did not prevail.
Coolho offered a substitute for section
18 of article 1, providing for n revision
of the rolls by the executive committee
of tho precinct clubs. Tho new secllon
makes It obligatory for the clubs to
keep n complete roster of the voters of
each precinct. Wright had passed a
section providing that the clubs may
pass rules for government ns long ns
these rules do not conflict with general
rules passed by the central committee.
In considering tho nrtlcle hating to
do with the district commlttco the sec
tion which gave to each' district com
mittee tho right to name a proportion
ate number of the Senatorial candi
dates, sitting separately, was changed
to that where theie Is moro than one
irpiescntatlvc district in tho Senatorial
district, tho committees shall sit Joint
ly and name the candidates.
The limitation of proxies was chang
ed so that members of district commit
tees may give their proxies to members
of precinct clubs of the district, not
moro than two proxies to members of
precinct clubs of the district, not more
than two proxies to bo held by any
Jt was decldid In the matter of repro
scutntlon In the Territorial convrn
lions that theie should be one delegate
for each fifty voti s cast In the precinct
for the Delegate to Congress nt thf
last election. The major fraction shall
govern tho odd numbers nnd no pre
cinct shall be unrepresented.
When the general provisions were
taken up a new section was substituted
for that which provided for an ad
visory committee, making It Impos
sible for any person to be n member of
both a district and the Territorial com
mittee nt the same time.
It was provided that n committee
consisting of Chairman Kennedy, J. W.
Jones and A. O. M. Robertson should
have chargo of the revision of the rules
nnd their preparation for final con
sideration. The rules must be passed
by a two-thirds vote before they bo
come tho law of tho part, when they
Some up before the committee.
llllo, May 9. During tho past week
i ho volcano has become unusually act-
it o On Tuesday nnd Wednesday so
etch action was noted In the crater
that ull signs point to an early out
On Wednesday the cliffs and floor of
tho volcano wcro a mass of steam. Tho
clouds wero so dense that Uwekahima,
tl c Government surveying station sit
uated ou tho high bluff about a mllo
1'iom tho hotel, was Invisible. Peoplo
wno wero present at tho lava flows of
1881 and 1883 report that they uetcr
l:nvo seen steam on the Kllauea 1M
f Ido of tho erater.whllo at present con-
hlderablo smoko Is visible on that sldo,
Manager Waldron went down Into
ihe crater on Wednesday and made a
rnieful examination of Halemauiiiau.
Twlco during tho day, when the vind
l.it.w tho steam to ono Bide, ho was
nblo to see lire at thl) bottom of tho pit
Tho Idea that It was a burning sul
rliur bank vas removed- by tho lack
of fmncH. Had It been burning sulphur
tl.o smell would hato been evidence of
I ho fact.
Tiu old nntlva guido, who Is prnh
rldy tho best authority on Polo's ac-
icns, having bon nt tho Volcano for
moro than thirty years, say that tho
volcano Is noting Just as it always
docs beforo It breaks out. Ho ox
reels nn eruption In the near future,
ua rat n pa rot Ha Ka im rj r ms m fa
ed by tho Ookala plantation and later
was Identified with tho Hawaiian News
Company. Recently he tallied sugar on
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The Bulletin, 76 cents ptr month.
iKrlday, May 9.
Am. sp. Dlrlgo, Goodwin, 104 days
from Hongkong via llllo, at 3 p. m,
0. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, from
tho Orient, nt 4:30 p, m.
C.-A. S. 8. Moana, Carey, from Van
couver and Victoria, at 4 p. m.
Saturday, May 10.
Ptmr. Klnau, Freeman, from llllo
and way ports, at 11:1G a. m.? with
mall, cabin and deck passengers, and
20 cords wood, 1 horse, 34 sacks cab
bage, 94 hogs, 33 sacks potatoes, 11
theks corn and 143 packages sundries.
Friday. May 9.
Cer. sp. I'aul Isenbcrg. Ott, for the
Sound In ballast.
Am. schr. Transit, I'aulscn, for the
Sound In ballast.
Str. Walaleale, IMltz, for Anahola, nt
4 p. m.; no freight,
S. S. Moana, Carey, for Suva, Bris
bane nnd Sydney, nt 9 p. m,
Saturday, May 10.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, for Ran
Fianclsco, at 9 a. m.
From Vancouver and Victoria, per C
A. S. S. Moana. May 9 For Honolulu
Wade Armstrong. Miss W. D. Jones,
Mrs. W. Potter nnd two children. Mr.
and Mrs. Welzo, J. J, Jaskulek, Isaac
N. Urown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gray. Through
for Australia Mr. and Mrs. R, D.
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chceke, Mr,
and Mrs, Hoddlnott. Mrs. F. r Kings-
mill. Mrs. F. Mercer, Miss M. Mlkkcl
scn. Rev. J. H. Mackay, Dr. E. W. Fair
fax. II. A. Langford, J, O. Morrison,
M. Klrcher. D. Nelson, W. II. Kelly, 8.
II. Ruddock, Dr. II. M. Holmes, Dr. A.
Porter, O. Mnrron, Mrs. Sheppnrd, Miss
K. Haines, P. 1). Norton, J. McMurtrle,
John Watt, J. Hutchinson, wife nnd
two children. Miss Flnlay, II. Cox, J
From llllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnnii. May IB. A. M. Drown nnd
wife. Mrs. Dr. C. 11. Cooper and child,
C. II. Jennings and wife, Geo. Wilson,
'I. M. Dow, Sam Jones, C. Slavln, K.
tVnda, J. P. Medelros, A. J. Tnlto,
Rev. S. Kami, Rev. S. Kcklpl, T. B.
D Hose. St. C. Sayors, M. Sata, wife
siid child, and 113 deck passengers.
From the Orient, per O. & O. 8. S,
Coptic, May 9, passing through to Fan
Francisco R, Abcnhclm, Mrs. R,
Abenhelm. Miss A. M. Archibald, Dr.
C. limits. Miss P. Ilarnaid, Mine N. D.
Ilarton. .Miss C. C. Dennett. 1. niilt
mnnn. E. E. Clark. Miss Cofgrovc. J.
12. Cox. Adelbert Cronlse, Mr. A. 0 io
nise. C. F. I)als. Miss K. Di'lon and
maid, F. II. Doollttle, J. M. Dorranco.
Mrs. J. M. Dorrance. A 8. Dott. W. S.
Dow. Mr. and .Mrs. Peter Dudley, n. F.
Evans. Mrs. 12. II. Gale. J W. Sarnie,
Miss Sarah Gardner. A 11. Gariloclt,
Rev. R Glover. Mis. I). Iieone, M.
Grole. A. Gullrow. Mri. A. Gultiow. G.
1-2. Henderxon. Mrs. II. F. Hubbard. U
W. Irwin. Miss Mary Irwin, Mnster
Robert Irwin, W. S. Jackson, Win. L.
Keanc. Mrs. Iji Grave. Capt. V. Lottrc,
I. A. l.nsk. F. S. Mason, Chas. 12. Mil
ler, Father F. Muglca, J. Q. Packard,
Mrs. W. Page. I.t. Col. T. C. Pears
Mrs. T. C. Pears. Mnster R. Irwin, Capt
N. Praft. MrB. N. Pratt, A. D. Rogers,
Mrs. A. 1). Rogers. Ed Schlndler. Miss
Innet Scudder. Capt. O. 1-2. Squire. U,
S A.: T. Steven, Mrs. T. Steven, Rev.
II. P. nnd Mrs. Thornton, A. Tocher,
Mr. Vnughan. C. T. Waters, Mrs. E. 8.
Worthlngton, Emlle Yottrand, Mrs,
E. Yottrand. Mrs. M. Grote.
WON HER WAY IN
(Continued from Date .1.1
"We sighted the light on Breaker
I'olnt twice, the last time when w
were thirty-one days out from Hong
kong. Breaker Point Is about 150 miles
n.N'i: from Hongkong. We got over
to the south ot Cape Formosa three
times, but It would blow from NE to
IJNE, a strong reefed topsail breeze
with heavy squalls of wind and torrenU
of rain. These strong winds would
last three days and we would lose all
"to had gained the previous ten days.
"I signalled the ship J. I). Kverette,
from Manila, but she out-pointed and
out-sailed us and probably got out by
Formosa, where we missed doing so
by n few miles. We rounded south capo
of Formosa on the forty-fourth day out
from Hongkong. Dining the Interval
we sailed 433G miles by log, There was
not a day that wo had less than twen-ty-fltc
miles current, setlng SW by W
and SW, and tho frequent gales would
Increase It to forty miles per day. Af
ter rounding the south cape we got In
to the Kurloslwa stream and passed up
the east side of Formosa, through tho
Hastern sea and Into the Pacific via
Van Dleman's strait. We passed two
nights nnd one very anxious day In
the strait, and I want to tav that It Is
a good place to keep out of with a light
ind foul ship. However, we drifted
hrougli all right and up the coast ot
Japan, and I did not have the pleasure
of steering a course with the yurds oft
the backstays uutil we were east of
"We crossed tho Pnclfle on the para
llel of 42 degrees and bad mostly Eouth
and easterly winds, with occasional
Bpurts from -the west and northwest
and torrents of rain. I fully realized
what I had to go through when I left
Hongkong. eWwore ship llfty-two
times while In the China sea, and alto
gether we have had to wear ship eighty-one
times this passage owing to tho
current and sen; we were never able to
tuck imtce. The ship Is all right nnd
ono of the best working big ships on
the water, but she cannot climb u
gieased pole, aud that is about what
Kitting out of tho China sea when wo
were there amounts to "
On his arrival in llllo Captain Good
win learned that his charter had ex
pired eighteen days before.
The skipper Is accompanied by hU
wlfn and another lady, a friend of Mrs
Tho ladles boro tho long and rough
trip well, although there were times
when they had to hold on for their
lives or be dashed about the cabin.
Night after nlgbt Captain oGodwIn,
THIS WEEK we offer you a couple of dozen very beautiful jackets and
g(wns of silk and satin, which have come to us as samples ot tho skill of
n famous New York ladles' tailor. Uelng samples, they are, of course, espe
cially well made that's human nature.
We don't Intend to carry the line. We haven't room. Wo must do ono
of two things, either send back thes samples Sr sell them at actual cost.
Sjall wo send them back? It's up to you.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Normandy lace Insertion,
trimmed with black velvet ribbon ,,.,$15.00
1 PINK CHINA SiLK HOUSE JACKET, with lace ap
pllquo trimming 10.00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Venlso In
1 PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwIth applique trimming., 9.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with ap
plique and ribbon 15.00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with
Normandy lace 15.00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN trimmed with black velvet ribbon 12.50
1 SLUE and WHITE SILK 9TRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN with applique trimming 12.50
1 BLUE FOULARD DRESS with laco applique 25.00
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 15.00
f WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
laco and ribbon nnd with tucked yoke , 12.50
VWHITE POINT d'ESPRiT DRESS, tucked waistband
skirt, trimmed with white satin ribbon 25.00
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS trimmed with rut
Ren and edged with whlto satin ribbon, allover laco
Will noou be oIimtvccI. See to It that
tho mouumentH to our friends are
r'i'de cle.iu or new ones are erected.
J C .Axtell. No. 393 Beretanla Ave.
cor Miller Is prepared to do such
tirk at re-isonible prices. P. O. Box
612, 'rtoutf Htu 071. 214I-2W
3KTTrtlPr3 SALE NOTICE.
l)nd.'r aud b) virtue of a certain
lixociitlon (Mined by l.ylo A. Dickey '
becond Dturlct M.istiate ot Honolu
lu, IsUud )l Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
on tho 2jth da) of April, A. 0. UM2,
In tho niAttProt i.e Tin Hoou vs. Mew
Kct I have, on thU 10th da) of May. '
A. U IMi letted upon and shall evj
rose for .iak at Public Auction, to the
highest litddi-iu, at the auction room
of J F. Morgan, on Queen street, In'
snld Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of'
iVvunewlay, the "lltli day of Jiiner A.
1). 1002. all the right, tide and Inter
est of mlil Mew Kee In and to the fob
luwlng (lehrrlbeu property, unless the
Judgment Jiuoiiutliig to Ninety-one
and 38-lt'iO Dollars, interest, costs and
my expeiistx, are previously paid:
2 Baskets containing: 3 frocks, 1
par.tn 1 pkg, worsted. 2 prs shoes, 4
kgH bark I pl-.gs buttons, 10 pes
cloth, I bamboo mler. 3 hand looking
bIuhhoi,, I pi. povtdcrs, 1 box Jewelry,
etc., t lion hllk thread. 4 pkgs mdse.,
1 pk t.ip- i pkgs cording, 2 prs slip
Pth. 1 roll tape. 1 pkg envelopes, S
prs biacelets 2 prs curtain hooks,
tooth liiushA. and thread.
CHA.S V CHII.UNGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff. Ter. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. 2141-3t
PHOP034L3 FOR FIRE HOSE.
Boal-.! iirnpiMil, will be received at
the oltu-- of the Boan! of Commission
ed.. Uoiuliilu Klre Department, until
12 o'eio.'k m. Monday, May 19th, 1002,
lor furulililnj 200-1 feet. 2 1-2-inch tot-
tor coteri-il fir.? hose, to be delivered
40 day-b. after notification of accept
01 co of telliTI.
AH tend-'m must be accompanied
The Commissioners reserve tho
right to rejei t any or all tenders.
KENNETH It O. WAI.t.ACK,
flevrutiry Boird of Clmml3sloiiers,
If. F. D. 2144-71
Officii of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, May n, 1002.
R-sgulitun Regarding Fish.
Tallinn of fljh, bliell fish, or any
piodiiLt of the s-a, or salt water be
t,veeu Sheridan street in tho city of
Honolulu, and Kalllil Detention Camp,
in the .i(y of Honolulu, Indudlug tho
Kullht .stimuli o tending f10m high
water mirk to the maknl edge of the
reef ,nd (minding Honolulu harbor
Bnl Nmuuii stream to Kukul stioet, is
'leicby Htrlctl) piuliiuitinl.
t'ur oritur of tlu Roard in Health.
H. C SI.OGOETT,
President Board of Health.
Attet C CHARLOCK.
Seeretary Board o' Health.
Bleeplt'H.,, wot snd veary, clung to his
post on tho poop, keeping his eyes alow
nnd aloft, issulug otders that many
times biive, the great tessei In the nick
of time from smashing blows of giant
waves ami watching for every Hide
chance to to take advantage of any
change in tho weather that would help
tho Dlrlgo along on her tempestuous
passage He wa drenched again and
again and stood for hours at a tliflo In
water, tin, le.-, spelling and paining
On tho first day out from Hongkong
one of tho crew last lost overboard.
The second mate was Inst nn il.n ni,i.
go's arrival at Hongkong from New
York, falliug overboard and striking
--;. .. fiat .a. ". .j..dn-,. 1.
The Remnant Sale continues another
week, The bargains are by no means
all gone yet.
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Lady servant for light
housework. Apply T. J. Walker,
Pearl City.- 214Mw
FOUNTS A Sterling bicycle. Owner
can havesamo by applying at this
office and paying charges. 2144-3t
may b o 2fi. gn? ;'i
The Great Dramatic Event
A brief season of 12 perform
ances only and first appear
ances In Honolulu of the cm!
tt nent actor, Mr.
and his distinguished organlzn
tlou, who will present the fol
Saturday MAY 10 Matinee
Saturday MAY 10 Night
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursday MAY 15 Night
nwraiiia lor omtr Krtonnancr will 3"
1 duly umiounccd. Curtain, nlglm al ,)
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4a Alw.Mr Wartle'inrlliial upiM)i. Til
IlilC company, iucludlliK Mnl Ciiailct K
i, iirnnan, narr jomiMnnr Harry I. 7t
Barton, Inmis I). Mrrilnn. John K ,'.
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IVt-w Trr.olt, Ma Warilc. .lllttu Utr- W
tail I fltifl a .I I.apm vf
SCAI.K Oh TRICKS r.nthf lower JJ
flr, J150; Family Clrclf, exrt4 front K
row, fie.), Li'jces, fio.Nj, J.cirs, Jij.rt -t4
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Niiiinlf Co. Xo Seam field after lao'cUxk i
i4 the iU iJ (tie Itrr forma ,- utile t haid t
lorb) tliattlnte .
Every evening during the week except
OR, JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
From the story of the same name by
Robert Louis Stevenson.
Saturday Matinee and Night
A Nutmeg Match
O-pheum Popular Prices 25c, 60c, 75c
MATINEE IMUCES 15c and 25c.
his head on the anchor, then sinking
neter to be, seen again .
Captain Goodwin sneaks In Dm hioi,.
est terms of Ills cicw, saying they are
the finest lot of men he has had any
thing to do with In th clast twenty
years. They behaved sp'cndldly
thioughout the trip.
Mead J. C. Auell's ad on page S.
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents tier
65 Queen St.
I have for salo a quantity of Sauer-
b'unnen In good order. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Jos. F. morgan.
05 QUEEN STREET.
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Privato Sale,
promises on Uoretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on neretanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-halt casli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND PromlB08259 Kinau St.,
r.t present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
rroperty lino n frontage on Kinau St.
cf 115 foot and a depth ot F12 feot.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltclten, Bath,
laigo Cardago House. PrlCo $1500.
Terms, ono-halt cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 por cent net. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Bero
THIRD Premises on Kinau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klpnu St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. Ono-half cash, balance on
n-ortgagu at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JA8. F. MORGAN.
65 QxaeeB St
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