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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1902.
Latest Creations in Chi
Hats and Embroidery Gaps
Wo haven't neglected tho children In our now Importations not
liy any means, but have just opened an Immcnsu assortment
of MUSLIN HATS and EMBROIDERY CAPS that arc Just tho right
thing for warm weather. All the newest effects and colorings. White
Light lllue, Pink nnd Cardinal. Will set off the bright faces and pretty
rur's in fine shape.
A splendid assortment in laco
and embroidery effects, In wnlto
and delicate shades. Prices
A new assortment, all sizes, laco
and embroidery trimmed.
25c and Upwards
Our Immense selling of shirt
wnlsts all laBt week speaks for
their popularity, for style,
quality, finish nnd low prices
there are nono to cdhipeto will)
lino of sizes still In
Don't miss them this
Laco and embroidery trim
med. 75c and Upwards
SILK MULL HATS
In light blue, pink and cardinal.
Very dressy. Variety of prices
oil very low.
Lace, Muslin and Silk Bonnets,
In great variety.
PHI NflJ lillA
CASE OF SICKNESS
Transport Buford With Troops From
a Passenger-List of Those
With a large number of cabin pas
sengers and troops aboard, the United
States Army transport Iluforil arrived
In port about 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon, twenty days fiom .Manila, nnd
ducked at Navy wharf No. 1 .
The Buford experienced unj thing but
a pleasant time In getting nway fiom
the Philippines. The presence of thu
Washington to appear before the Sen
ate C'omlmttee on the Philippines. It
Is said by some of tho olllccrs aboard
the Buford that Buencamino was for
merly sccretniy of war under Agulnnl
do ami Is now a member of tho civil
sen Ice board.
Fourth omccr Breed of the Buford Is
well known In Honolulu, having at one
time been employed by Wilder'
Steamship Company. Ills Industry and
pcrs"Veianco bnvo rnpldly adfneed
him since ho left Honolulu
The complete list of cabin passen
gers Is us follows:
Colonel Ibcrt E. Woodson. Third Cav
alry; Major Otto L. lloln, Third Cnv
airy; Major I. W. Llttcll. (J. M. I. S.
A.; Captnln Henry L. Ulpley, 3d Cav
alry; Capt. CI. II. Morgan, 3d Cavalry;
Cant. Daniel D, Tate, 3d Cavalry; Mrs.
Daniel I). Tate, Master Joseph S. Tate.
Capt. Prank . Barton, Mrs. Prank .
Barton, Master William W. Barton,
Ciipt. M. J. Jarvls, Ith Infantry; Mrs.
M. J. Jarvls. Capt. Ira L. Prcdendall,
(J, M. V. S. A.; Mrs. Ira L. Prcdcndal'I,
Capt. W. II
Capt. P. W. Cox. Asst. Surgeon, V. S,
V.; Plrst Lieut. It. C. McNally. 3d Cav-
HUMPHREYS AND 8EAR
Ashford Is Apprised of Change in
Pract.ce Hawaiian Tramways
Company the Whole
Judge Humphreys sat and concurred
with Judge Gear In tendering his oral
opinion yesterday on the question of ,
plurality of Circuit Court sessions at
When Wiindenuorg vs. Markh.im nnd
Cochran. 21th Infantry; iCummlngs was called, Mr. Dillon for
plaintiff asked for a continuance, as a'
'kcttlem'nt was In prosper! I
cholera In Manila Is making a lot of airy; Plrst Lieut. Waller S. Grant. 3d j Judge Hear sain tnn case came wmun
I trouble for the military nnd the tians- Cavalry: First Lieut. George B. Com- the new rules, which pruvjihd thut a
'port son Ice. The tinnsport was first of !cy' Jd Cavalry; First Lieut. W. T. ' matter coming iiororo a juiikc in mam
nil detained In quarantine for llc days. Bales, 17th Infantry, A. I). C. General
the usual time required. She then set Smith; First Lieut. Leo P. Foster, Ar
sail, bound for Honolulu. She had not tlllery Corps; First Lieut. Joseph Her-
proceeded more than one hundred and ring, 21th Infantry; First Lieut. W. L.
I twenty miles to sea when. In the night Clark, Signal Corps; First Lieut. F. T.
!tlmc. wlillo all tho cabin passengers Austin, Aitlllery Corps; Second Lieut.
Sidney I). Maize. 3d Cavalry; Second
Trlufmlngs to match cxqulstto
New Silk Applique Trimming
In Inncy stripes pialds and tolld
colors, n full lino of Satin liber
ty ribbons, In all colors from
No, 5 Upwards
VERY LATEST IN BELTS
and most of the troops were asleep, tho
escel was headed about nnd steered
for Manila again. I
A very suspicions case of sickness
had been discovered among the crew t
nnd the ship's surgeons deemed It ad- j
Usable to put back to Manila nnd make (
sure of the nature of tho disease, rather .
thnn inn the risk of the disease being
bers must be heard to the end by tho
same Judge. Theiefore. he would con
tinue the hearing until Friday or until
the next week that he sat In chambers.
C. W. Ashford, appearing for Mark
ham, suggested that It was a term mat
ter, but was Informed by Judge Gear
Lieut. Gordon M. Kimball, 3d Cavalry; j that since he had formerly practiced
llVill 11 IUM I,,,,, 1,VV,( J.uor. ...u.....n
Second Lieut. Consuclhi A. Seoane, 3d
Cavalry; Second Lieut. II. L. lenders,
Artillery Corps; Mrs. II. L. Landers.
Mrs. J. W. Ityland. Dr. C. P. Dlecker-
, son, contract sutgeon, u. s. a.; mis.
I W. II. Beck, wife of Major Beck. Cth
, Cavalry; MrB. W. P. Ilalscy, wife ol
cholera and having tho sickness spread riimmander Ilalscy. V. S. N.: Miss
among tho hundreds of passengers Deborah Ilalscy, daughter of Comman- Judge Itoblnson had nsslgned It to
aboard during a long passage to Hono- j tier Halsey; Miss Pearl Gordon, sister 'Judge Humphieys.
lulu. nf l.leut. Gordon. V. S A.: Mrs. II. S. It. D. Sllllmnn stated that the objec-
As soon as It was learned that the 'Wallace, wife of Major Wallace. P. M. Ulons of the Hawaiian Tramways Co. to
'u demurrer to be heard In chambers,
i E. B. McClanahan came forward to
ask that time bo set for the case of Sun
Kwong Mau Co. s. Walklkl Land &
Loan Association nnd Honolulu Itnpld
Transit & Land Co., saying It wns u
matter of more than personal Interest.
THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTER
The only correct supporter; it Is n natural body brace, giving
rest and comfort to tho wearer, Tho belt of tho supporter exerts a
gentle pressuro on tho sides of the waist making It round. It has no
motal parts to mar or tear tbo ci'rscts and Is In every respect a per
fect supporter. Ask to sco thorn. New goods arc arriving by every
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
transport was heading back for -Manila
there was great excitement aboard
the transput. At first people did not
Know the reason of the changing of the
course n'nd supposed that homethlng
had gone wrong with the machinery.
The soldleis, as well as the cabin pas
sengers, howcu'r, soon found out that
there was a suspicious tase of sickness
V. S. A.; Mrs. F. Hadra, wife of Major
Hndra. Surgeon. It, S. A.; Master Oil
mcr Hndra, Mlks Mildred Hadra Mrs.
Sedgwick Hlce. Miss Smann Hlce. Mrs
J, I). I.eltch, Miss Mnrjory I.eltch, .Mrs.
li. . White. Mrs. J. N. Strnat. Mrs. K.
S. West. Mrs. i:. A. Deane. Asst. Stir
Eeon Deane. P. S. A.; Mrs. Joseph
IMnqiiiiril. Mrs. 11. R. Scrnndrett, Mrs.
aboard nnd It was for this leason that ,. Lotrldge, Miss Lois Lotrldge, C. F.
the vessel was heading about. I Snniuelson. Captain Manila Fire De-
Great disappointment was manifested I jiaittncnt and wife; Vet. Surgeon. Sam
all around. 'I he soldiers were partlcu- tiel Glasson. Uth P. S. Cavalry, II. F.
larly dlssatlslled nt tho new order of Farrcll, T. II. Stcdinan, Felipe Bucn
thlngs. They had looked forward to a camlno. member Civil Service board:
speedy passage to Honolulu, thence to w. L. Pepperman. sccittary Civil Scr
San Francisco and now they wero to bo Ce Board; S. G. Larson, James B.
taken back to Manila, perhaps to bo . TIdmnrsh, J. F. Martin A. F. Patterson,
quarantined there for another Ave days. I k. I). Shepherd, David Brown, John
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With inferior or needlessly oxpenslvo Illumination In your homo.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands havo removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting thomselvcs with the Ideal perfect light for
the homo. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any troublo, is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, nnd burns but Uttlo keroscno oil. Our catalog shows all
styles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
it Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
At Manila an examination was mado
of tho suspected case of slcknu.s nnd
It was found, after a day or So, that It
was nothing more than cholera mor
bus. The transport again put to sea,
sailing from Manila on tho 22d of April.
The Btifoid Is coaling nnd taking on
wnter and expects to get away for San
Francisco tomorrow or Thursday.
About a year ngo she was here for rc-
Lpalrs. She Is now In splendid condi
tion, shining In her well kept paint and
CHILD EXPOSES MURDER
the answer of the Itnpld Transit Co on
tho ground of scnndalous contents, had
to he heard bifoic the merits of the
Judge Humphreys said he had no en
gagements for the week, but could
hardly set a time If counsel for plain
tiff were not present. Someone said
F. M. Brooks represented the plaintiff
ami Mr. Brooks infoimed the court
that he did not know whether he did
or not. He was nttorney for the plain
tiff when tho complaint was entered,
but in subsequent proceedings the other
counsel had diopped his name out.
Judge Humphreys observed that lie
was entitled to represent the plaintiff
Mr. Brooks said ho would sec Messrs,
Dunne and Brcckons, who represented
the Hawaiian Tramways Co., and Judge
Humphres appointed n hearing on
tho matter of setting a time tho sanin
. ,, , .., In the case of Yukc, charged with
Portland, Or.. April SO.-The DIs- mtorfcrlus with an olllcer. a sugges-
trlct Attorney nnd Sheriff arc Investl- tin f ,ienth wa8 noted, and tho case
gating whether Mrs. Nellie Palmer 'ordered stricken from tho calendar.
died by her own hand or was murdered i This Is the second defendant In a crlm-
., , . ... . ,,, ., , Inal case to die since tho last term of
Mrs Palmer was killed a month ngo at
her home In Fnlrvlcw. and the Coro- , UcInne iiodanet has brought suit
Nothlnc beyond tho Incident above ncr's Jury returned a verdict of suicide, I nBaI1!)t i'MKvne v. Todd, Louisa F.
related occurred to mar the pleasure of
tho trip. FIno weather was enjoyed
On Sunday afternoon last the United
States Fish Commission steamship Al
batross was passed, heading for Lay
Two troops of tho Third Cavalry,
commanded by Colonel Woodson, aio
In the transport. There nre also about
eight hundred casuals nnd short term
ers nnd a few men of the Hospital
Coil's. Cabin passengers number about
sixty-live. Altogether theic. nro over
twelve hundred people nbonrd.
Felipe, Buencamino, Is among tho
cabin passengers and Is on his way to
saying Hint tho woman thiust the muz-
zlo of tho gun In her mouth nnd pleas
ed tho trigger with her foot.
Fred Wngner, whose wife Is n sister
of Mrs. Palmer, cast suspicion on I'd
ward Palmer, the husband. Wagner
wroto to tho authorities that Gertie
Palmer, aged 2'i years, said "Papa
killed mamma nnd Jumped cut of tho
window," telling her to get out of tho
way. Wagner declnres that Palmer
abused his wife and demands that a
thorough Investigation he made of tho
facts In the case. A deputy district at
torney visited Fnlrvlcw today and will
report soon what steps to tnKc. So far
no nrrcsts have been made.
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
, O- DBozs: 880 ZLvCain.
Absolutely the Last Chance!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR IINTIftn STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
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V. O. BOX WJ.
THE OLDEST CHu VSE FlR.M IN HONOLULU.
Pln Id Flm Silk, ai Giil llooi. CdImh ml Jipni GooSl ol All tll.
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
r jfm : -"& 1
DE TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD. I
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I IV r-fCJW".TJJJ ' I
We arc Helling new
FANS at $15.00
They mako warm wenth.'r bearable and nro worth their
weight In gold. Wo havo a coin!rt line of both desk nnd celling
fans. Nothing llko comfort Uuy oik now.
ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KlnjJ Street. Telephone JlOO
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
r.oo c. p.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho bcBt light known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards nt tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suttnble for store and halls, and nro In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstor Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Store, Illlto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo tho came
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
oblo for lanijis to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps nro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C, W. Macfarlane, M'gr
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
'J'ho lilcnuij Mia imiumiii m lia .i-w uii ki.pi.mi i ,.n fuuncr Cov
entor Levi I'. Muitun iigaliibt Count do 'lallvyruiid-lYilgord, the liushand of
his ilaiiglitir IIc'lvii, reM'iils a triumph uf the maiiiuge laws mid cutums of
1'ruuco oicr the fiiictliouglit of u slueud nnd wealthy Aniciiciui futlicr. It
has been dc-cldod that the husband of thu cuuuti'ss has cuutrul of iihuost her
Todd. Albert W. Todd, a minor, Alice
C, Todd tltodnnct), n minor, all chll-
dren of A. A. Todd, deceased, and Hen
ry Smith, to settle rather vexing ciuos
tlnn of ownership of piopcrty left by
A. A. Todd to tho plalntllT. In trust for
tho cme of his children. Prom tho pe
tition It nppears that on October 5,
lb'JC, A .A. Todd made a trust deed con
veying to ltelnuo Iiodanet one thou
sand acres of land In South Kotu, Ha
waii, known as "Onoull," the deed pro
viding that sho should pay tho debts
of Todd and care for his children until
they attained their majority, for which
die was to receive compensation, and
' In case nf tho death of all tho children
before they reached the ago ot 21, thu
piopcrty was to revert to her, Todd
.thcicafter went to Apia, Samoa, where
I Tho plaintiff alleges that In order to
pay tho debts of tho said Todd It be
came iicic&sary to borrow J.'fiOO from
I Henry Smith, for which sho gave a
mortgage, and which she Is now mi
aide to pay without disposing of tho
piupcity lit iiucstiou. Tho petitioner
alleges that sho has kept an accurate
account of tho monies spent by her
for tho caro of tho children, nnd that
nnu has so far advanced the sum ot
$UGt.81 for this purpose. Ilccauso ol
tho trust deed nnd tho unsettled condi
tion of the propel ty. petitioner repre
sents that she Is unable to dispose of
tho land and asks that tho court
straighten nut tho tangle In which she
Tho eoiut is rcQiioHtcd to appoint a
guardian for Allie C. Todd and Albert
W, Todd; that plaintiff bo allowed to
credit herself with the sum of JUaC.'JG;
that tho court piovldo for tho mainte
nance of tho child adopted by her, tho
s.ufiu as if she had not been adopted;
Hint tho sum of $1650 bo allowed to her
for services In connection with - tho
trust, nnd that tho property may be
sold to satisfy tho uotu of t-M) duo to
Henry Smith and tho claim mado by
the plaintiff. Tho property at Kona,
according to tho petition, is ot the val
ue of $2U,00i).
C. V. Reynolds, as commissioner In
the caso of Victor S. Iluffandeqii vs.
A. A. Moulnuo, bill for partition, mudtf
his report, anu tho mailer will bo for
mally presented next Monday .
Tho attorneys lu the caso of C. A.
I.oug vs. II. Armltnge, were not In
court yesterday when their demurrer
wns callul up, and Judge Itoblnson
I postponed tho midler for one week. Ho
announced also that If tho matter was
not ready fur argument next Monday
I tho case would bo dismissed .
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnclion Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN yt
AH classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys an K
vvrti mado for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction
I'Uni and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Bujxrlm
'.ended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited tor RiU
Oids, Electric and Steals; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Foul.
Ions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and lUporta
Vropertln tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc. a
Engineer and Manager.
W. K. CASTLE JR., Secretary nnd Treasurer.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will collier
nil goods purchased or ordered of thorn, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning Bamo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing, tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory roforoncci In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
rtlnrhct f PoHt 6ttt., 6, P.
Illustrntod CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewolry
and Sllvorwnro west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AQENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. CHAR, PrcBlcldnt.
EMMETT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Iiihui-o your Lite, Property, IIouhcIioIcI Goods op Merchandise
In tho bcHt nnd Htrongcut compnnles, iih represented by
The llonloulu Investment Co., Ltd., Merchant St.. Judd Building