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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, MAY 12, 1002.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Every user of n Fountain Ten should
have them. They aro convenient,
oetlly handled and always ready for
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The president of the Paclflc Coast
Lumber 'Manufacturers Association,
James E. Dell, Is at present In Hono
lulu, having arrived lu the Doric. He
stops over here only until the Nippon tyrt, btilliling Is for
Mams departure for the unent on c0umn
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 153 Hotel St.
A pool table Is for sale. See ad under
New Today. .
The Metropolitan Meat Co. I mak
ing a specialty of flesh Island brut.
Desk and ofllec room In the Mrln-
ent. See To Lil
Friday, when he proceeds on his trip to
Manila, China, .lapan and Siberia In
the Interests of his association.
1f Hi.ll to Irnvpllntf mnlnlv In the
Interests of the consolidation of. lum-1
The very prettiest and choicest of
wall papers will be found at I.cwers &
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.50,
i... ....-i ...i. i. . ..i-.. . .i, i.. ' Claret. 50 cents: Sherry and Tokay, 7f,
terment of lumber conditions generally ,nt8 sa'lou at Hoffschlaeger Co..
In our own country as well as In for- "'"B ""'
elgn lands. The minimum cost of invitations to me uai rounre to oc
transportation, the minimum cost of given in rrogrcss nan on me nigm oi
manufacture and the uniformity of he 29th Inst., have been sent out to
grades are matters which will receive the society people of Honolulu. Mrs.
the atcntlon of the expert In nil lands Ounn requests that answers be sent In
through which he travels. The unl-, her Wore the 17th Inst. The sub
formlty of grades Is a thing that Is es- scrlptlon Jo the ball will be J2 for each
peclally being sought after. At present person.
there are certain grades supplied cer-j John Kna, guardian of Carl Julius
tain places, while gradec better or ! Hotlng, a minor, In a supplementary
fcrlor are supplied other places at report says lie has collected $4110X0
practically the same nuotatlon. For , amount of principal and Interest of the
example, Honolulu may get one grade , note of O. J. Waller, and has paid It
of lumber while two other different Into court. Wherefore he prays that
grades may be supplied Sydney and he may be discharged as such guar
bhanghal. It Is Mr. Hell's mission to'dlan.
overcome this evil as well as to con- TCro wm i,e a meeting of the Cath
solldale Interests In other ways not 0u, iicnrvolent fnlon at the usual tlnm
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Wo arc making a specialty rf Island Ilccf and get the choicest
meats from the big ranches nil over the Islands. If you would have
a thick, Juicy steak or a rich rost. wo will send It to you oh short no
tice. Just a telephone messng? will be necessary (o bring the order
to your door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
While In the Philippines Mr. Hell
will look Into the poMdbllllles In the
lumber line, (studying the forests and
the obstacles that will have to be oicr
coinc. great or small, In the handling
and transportation of lumber.
Last evening Mr. Hell gave a dinner
at the Moana Hotel to Mr. and Mrs.
Fredirlck Wardc. Among those pies
ent were Major and Mrs. Abcrnathyao
Kansas City. Colonel Hodge and son
and S. M. Morris of Everett, Washington.
THEY NEVER COME BACK !
The greatest discovery for the destruction of the ereatcst of pests
ANTS. Kills thoso that como In and keeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should hnve a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
Lovers of that delicious am
ber colored tea of excellent fla
vor should try our
Wo mix It ourselves from an
old reclpo and havo heard noth
ing but pralso from thoso who
65 cents the pound.
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
The man of Bcnse Is ho who best
pieserves those faculties with which
Ntture has endowed him.
He may "hate to wear glasses," but
sentiment Is not sense.
Glasses are not always an evidence
of weuk eyes, but rather of strong Intellect.
Men nnd women of strength, both
mental and physical, wear them, for
the "preservation of nerve forco nnd
vitality, as much as for the better
ment of vision.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Ptreet
Over May . Co.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1902.
Dear Sirs: In my lnnocenco I pur
ennsed In Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and ono
ol three things must occur;
1. You must stop making them: or
2. I must get them at less expense;
3. I am a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've had many
"jars." My family from early morn
ci 'Tickles"; neighbors ring tho door
boll nntl shout "PlrMcs"; relatives vis
ti m. In exportation of "I'lckles."
Your pickles nrn my Nemesis. Please,
cleai sirs quote them by tho keg, bar
it I, hogshead, ton or shipload, and
"preserve'' me. Yours very truly,
P. s i want Gherkins, Cauliflower,
On'.on. Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Jtango. C. W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
Camara & Co
S. E. corner Queen and Alakca
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM
PRISING THE DEBT DRANDS OF
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 661: Tel. Blue 492.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cloancd
up." Try It a month,
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch I
Tel. Main 78. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
"Sailing vesweln coming to Honolulu
from Coast ports are bringing very
light cargoes these days, and already
have a few ships b'en taken off the run
altogether." said a local skipping man
this morning. "An example of the fall
Ing off of sailing vehsolr.' freights was
given the wafrfront yesterday when
a steam freighter, the Eureka, and two
sailing vetseU. the burkentlne Coron.i
do and the bark Kalulnnl, arrived.
"Tfcc Eureka came from Seattle with
nearly 3000 tons of general freight. The
jailing vessels came. from San Fran
cisco, the Kniulanl, a boat of 1430 tons,
bringing but a thousand tons of cargo,
and the Coronado. n craft of over 1000
tons, bringing only 400 tons of general
"Steamships are handling the bulk
of the Honolulu freight, the boats ol
tho American-Hawaiian, Globe Navi
gation, SprTkels, and Pacific Mall lines
doing a business that is Increasing
dally, while the business of the sailing
vessels Is diminishing.
"While the business of the Oceanic
Steamship Company, Pacific Mall,
Globe Navigation Company and ths
American-Hawaiian local line Is purely
a matter of local competition, the
proposition Is beginning to attract a
great deal of attention from tho pow
ers behind the throne.
"While the A.-II. S. S. Co. is one ot
the big corporations of the world their
business from the United States to Ho
nolulu Is a very small proportion ot
what they Intend to undertake.
"For example, their steamers arrive
n Honolulu twelve tlmec a yenr with
fiom ion.) to 'IGttu Inns of merchandlsa
that originates In the -astern port of
the I nltfil Statin. In many Instances a
far Interior as Chicago, St. Louis and
Milwaukee. In addition to the 2000 to
iduo tons for Honolulu they carr.v an
other 0fl0 to 12.000 tons In tho same
ship for San Francisco. Seattle. Poit
laml and all Par I lie coast terminal
points, this freight again going Interior
and ent. In many Instances, three ot
four hundred miles: all of which pro
hibits the transcontinental lallroada
from deriving their revenues. If thli
Institution stmk strictly to Honolulu
business or trani-Pa-'Ifle business, the
railroads of course could take no action
In the matter, or. In other words, the
olume of business that could be hand
led nround the Horn to tho Hawaiian
Island is so small that they could not
afford to disturb their terminal rates
for the reenue due them Is they so
cured all the biihiui'ss of the Islands.
Hut. In all probability, they will not
stand to let any outside Institution
come Into their field and take away
from them 155.000 tons or freight per
annum, without at least making an ef
fort to dmlnate such competition.
"On east-bound business tho trans
continental rnlhouds, other than the
Southern Pacific, do not miss tho 370,
000 tons of sugar that Is shipped to
New York principally around the Horn
and which loute, by the way, will con
tinue to get greater proportions from
year to year, owing to the fact that all
the trans-contlnentul railroads, S. P.
n. excepted, have their heaviest busi
ness east-bound, The Santc Fo haul
ing the Immense fruit crop of Cali
fornia; the Northern Pacific, Great
Northern and Canadian Paclflc tupping
the great wheat belt and lumber dis
tricts, and having the first option on
the thousands of cars of salmon which
move from British Columbia, Washing'
ton and Alaska. Hut. whether or not
these lines will continue to lose bust
ncss .west-bound around tho Horn re
mains to be seen. Ah a matter of fact
we already have some very nice ex.
amples of what the northern trans
continental railroads can do In the
naming of freight rales from eastern
points of origin to Honolulu, oven
against the very low rates of the Am-erUan-llawnllan
The three northern trans-conllncntiil
railroads have In the lust six mouths
successfully hid for and secured In the
neighborhood of 20.000 ttnn of freight
that was originally Intended for the
A II. S. S. Co., via New York and the
nnd place this evening and ei y mem
ber Ik expected to lie pr vent 'l
Catholics who so deslie. an' invited to
take part In the meeting this evening
as steps will be taken lu the matter ol
the lecent dismissal of Father Wende-
lln from the leper settlement at Molo
kal. The Interest In the tug-of-war tour
nament seems to hae suddenly oozed
away. None of the regular teams,
scheduled to pull Saturday night, put
In an appearance and so s-ruli teams
were picked out nnd the nova had a
little fun. Prince Cupid Kalanl.inaule
and Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortli ucie
among those who pulled.
In the prize drill Saturday .ifleii'oon.
Co. F. Captain Johnson, won liy seme
of 9S per cent. Co. E, Captain N.ihori
Illpa. came next with per ceifi and
Co. (. Captain Otis Itose next with '.'J
points. These were the thic- prize
winning companies. Co, II. (i.t;iln Ri
ley, came fourth with 00 per rent nnd
Co. A. Captain Klcmmc. .ii Hie tali
ender with 73 per cent.
An Interesting race ended In this har
bor yesterday morning when the bark
Kaiulani and the barkentlne Coronado
arrived from San Francisco after twenty-one
days of comparatively pleasant
weather. While tho time occupied In
the pussagc down wus an thing but
short, the fact that tho two vessels
sailed out ot the Golden Gate at the
same time, bound for the same port,
naturally meant to each skipper that
It was to bo a race.
Captain Dabel of the Kaiulani and
Captain Potter of tho Coronado conse
quently kept In mind the fact that the)
were racing and lost no opportunities
to make what speed was possible with
the winds given them.
San Francisco wus left on Sunday,
April 20. The Coronado started to
leave the harbor first, but the Kalulan'
bad the larger towboat and overtook
the Coronado, crossing the bar a tittle
ahead of the barkentlne. Notwith
standing this, the Coronado arrived In
HiIh harbor a couplo of hours ahead
of the bark.
After the flrtt day out of San Fran
cisco the vessels did not see each othci
until the fourteenth day at si a, when
they wcic near enough to speak emh
other anil compare notes. They sailed
along together for four dayB and then
parted company again until May 10.
when the Coroiiaih led by a dozen
miles. After the 10th the esscls were
nut together until this Island was
The Kaiulani brought about a thou
sand tons of general cargo, carrying
three cows and a bull on deck. A rail
was born on the way down. As soon
us the vessel Is discharged Captain Da
bel will take charge of Hackfcld's new
wharf, being succeeded by Captain
GilllltliB, formerly of the bark Albert
Captain Dabel Is accompanied by hit
wife and Is prepared to settle In Hono
lulu. The Kaiulani lies at the Irm
Tho Coronadc brought only 1U0 tona
Is what every customer receives wlio wears a pair
of our "HAN AN" CORONA CQLT OXf-ORDS.
This men's new tlrcss Oxford is tlic latest creation
in an up-to-date dress shoe, full of snap, full of style,
full of comfort.
The stock and style of these arc purely "Italian"
and arc proving good, easy sellers.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokeis.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlltdehfKKi
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, (4 To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald lldi Uf
chant Street, Tel. main Wl,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May 12, tepi
NAME OF STOCK
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
C, Brtwtr k Comriny, ,
L.B.Cm Co., U4..
fti PUnlitlon Ct .....
HiwttlanSur" Co .
Hononu Surr Co ...
Hi'tni Sugar C....,.
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Klpahulu Sugar Co.. -
Koloa Sugar Co
0hu Surr Lo.
Onotn Sugar Co
Ookala Suar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co.. LtJ at)
O'aatu Co LtJ piup
Olontalu ( otnranv
Paauhau Su PUn Co
Pala Ptami'lonCo .
I Pi'Miwr.MH) o
I'lonrtrMIII C- -Mws
Walalua Ai Co
wanukusttpar -o ....
Walmra MID Co
Wllitr SttairuhiD Co .
Inlr-Ilanj Sfeim N.Cnl
Hawaiian Litrk Co
Hon. rl.l T. t L. Co
OihuKyfc L Co
I'.oplt'i let & K'l'e Co
Fltit Nitlnnil Dink...
fit 11 ASHink&TCo
Haw.llin Gov rrr cf nti
rino k k v.o n per cent
Hon Kipll Trjmlt ...
bwi Plintjt n 6 trr cent
Oitiu IMintitlon . p c
Ol.i Planutlon6 p, c.
wtiaiiu AK'tcui. o p. c
Thomas Nnhlwa, the Kamehameni.
Muilent eharfieil with assault with i
weapon on Minerva Nakilu, appeared la
the I'ollee Court before Judpo WIIcoi
this forenoon. At the request ot the
attorney for the defense, the asc wa
continued until the Uth Iniit
Honest dental work
The New York Dental I'arlors are
under new management and arc turn
Ins out tho host kind of dental work
known to the profession at tho lowest
prices over ltnorn In Honolulu.
Each department In charRC of a spe
cialist and our operators aro cradttate
dentists of the hcst-recognlzed schools
In tho l. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger stntT than nny oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown nnd ;
bridge specialists, and In fart all ;
branches ot dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
Wo can savo you money on your den-,
tnl work. We will tell you In advance ,
exactly what your work will cost by
a- free examination.
SET TEETH $5.00 1
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
STOCK ANDJOND BROKE.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANOC
Orders for the purchase or i al
stocks and bonds carefulr and orooiaO.
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor, otinmi
wld Bldg. Postofflco box 3M; Tata
phone Main 331.
Thero Is no other desk so
papular as the GUNN DESK.
This popularity is owing to
the fact that In point of beau
ty, convenience nnd price
there Ik no other desk to com
pete wttli It.
We always carry n full Una
and aro pleased to show then;
nt any time.
If Mf VW 4
WEt"( VN-. -""V A
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON HUGAZ
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE
4Q3 Judd Building.
P. H. Burnette
I Real Estate and Conveyanclrg. Intmr-
ancn and Collection, Notary Public
79 Merchant Street,
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET. Campbell Blr.ck. Ground Rr.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
r-l U.Hnn.l Cilnnn
PingPong Is Now
The date for tho big v. M, C. A. gym
naslum exhibition has been set for
Tuesday night, May 27, at 7:30. The
Juniors, intermediates and the senior
evening class will bo tho classes parti
cipating In the event. The exhibits
will bo class work and apparatus work,
consisting of exercises on the horizon
tal, parallels and horse. There will
also bo spmo simple work In tumbling
and pyramids. Klnally, there will bo
gymnasium games by the Junior and In
The Y. M. C. A. handball tournament
which has been lagging tor somo time
now seems to be Hearing Its finish. The
first game of the semi-final round was
played last Friday between A. Iliaek
man and J. O, Hurt, the former win
nlng by the scores 21-8 and 21-5.
The second game of the beml-Ilnals,
between M. Johnston and 1'. I'enelra
Is to be played tonight nt 7 o'clock.
There Is no doubt umong those who
have kept in touch with the games
that Johnston will win, tlilH game
comes nut us .1 is thought, the final
round between llluckmau ami Johnston
will be a very Interesting on hb both
these players are known to be experts.
This match will probably dime off 011
Wednesday evening of thU week
I'lng-pong has gained an en triune lu
tho V. SI. C. A. also and now room I
Is being used for life game the place
being open for all members of the as
Alt our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized heforo uso.
New York Dental Parlors,!
(loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Blree
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. . ,
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u., i
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R. STOCKTON
CURTAIN WEEK AT
NO. 10 8T0IU1
Golden Rule Bazaar;
156 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city and much
lower than ununt prices for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
m. b 1T.