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BVENINO nULLETW. HONOLULU, ir. T., TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1902.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Oft i;C7NMJ? 1
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. They aro convenient,
ecilly bandied and always ready for
VIOLENT DEATH AFTER
LONG AND USEFUL LIFE
Tossed By Bull on His Own Pre
mises Record of Indust
rious and Honored
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd., AC6F0s
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Wo are making a specialty tf Island Ilccf nml get the choicest
meats from tho big ranches all c.ver the Islands. If you would have
a thick, Juicy steak or a rich rocst, vo will Bend It to you on short no
tice. Just a telephone message will be necessary (o bring the order
to our door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
THEY NEVER GOME BACK!
Tho greatest discovery for the destruction of the greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those that como In and keeps others from coming. Every
Inusokecper should have a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
It was n very happy Idea or
ours to carry fresh Honolulu
made candles, nnd expressions
of tho highest approval have
come from tho customers who
have bought them.
Como Into tho store nt any
tlmo and samplo them. Kveiy
variety of fresh Cream, Trench
Creams, Etc.. and absolutely
fiesh every day
Telophono orders elcdlveiod
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
The man of sense is he who host
pic-serves tnoso incumes wun
Ntturo has endowed him.
He may "hate to wear glasses," but
bcntlment Is not sense.
Glasses nro not always an evidence
of weak cjes, but rather of strong Intellect.
lien and women of strength, both
mental nnd physical wear them for
the 'preservation of nerve force and
vitality, as much as lor the better
ment of vision.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
llonoh received a choci. yesterday
like what news of a great disaster
gives, when the word flashed over tele
phones nnd went from lip to lip that
Robert Llshman haj conic to ft sudden
and lolent end He was tossed by a
Jersey bull and falling upon his head
and neck died Immediately after having
been carried Into hie house The fatal
mishap was seen from the house. As.
slstancc was quickly rendered and Doc
tors Humphris and Mob promptly re
sponded to telephonlr uimmons. Mr.
Llshmun was bejond the rearh of skill
to restore, however, though still
breathing when borne Into his house.
Mr. l.lshman had gont Into a pad
dock where the bull wns kept with j
whip to discipline the brute whlcli had
shown nn ugly temper to his son
llcoige enrlier in the afternoon. TliJ
animal turned on lilm and, Just as he
was retreating over the feme. gave
lilm n t"i' that sent lilm hurtling In
the nir to his l',.Uly fall.
I Itoliert Llshinnn was one of the old
est Inhabitants both in years of his
life nnd Honolulu residence IVw citi
zens win, more dof-tly Identified with
what ma be tailed the city's gicat
middle stage of development, ct .Mr.
l.lshman eontlnued diligent and pros
pcious In busiui u until the hour of hlj
death He wns born a Morsly, North
,umbciland. Knglnr.d, on Apt II IT. 1831,
and wus therefore it little more than 71
Mars of nge In (71 U v;nt, summon
ed fiom Australia, where tin had been
living lor lmmy years by King Karne-
hamelin V. to come to Hawaii to super
intend the construction of the present
Judiciary building wblcti was tho
house of the Lcglslatni', tho higher
courts nnd the dip.uttuents of govern
ment under th monarchy Ho was af-terwnid-i
Superlntend'tit of I'ubllc
Works under .Minister of the Interior
S. 0. Wilder, nnd for many years fol
lowing his public rvlc was a con
tractor and builder. Among the mon
uments to his skill arc St Andrew's
Cathedral and the Lunalllo Home.
Two jenrs ago Mr. l.lshman and hu
wife visited England, returning hale
and hearty They kept -i iurty
elghth aunlverrary of their marriage
at home In April last, surrounded by
their large family Decides his wife
.Mr. l.lshman leaves four sons Wit
Jlom, Thomas, Percy nnd George and
Ave daughters Mrs. Jane More, Mrs.
Isabel Crelghton, Mr. George Ross,
Misses Mnrgnret and Daisy Llshmau.
A grand-daughter, child of Mr. and
Mrs. William l.lshman, Is the wlfo of
Lieut. .Merrlam, V. S. A., now stationed
at New York, John Llshman, another
son of the lamented patriarch, waj
killed about sixteen years ngo by a
fall from a horse,
Mr, l.lshman selected a homestead
at Maklkt when nothing but a wilder
ness of s. rub existed between thorn
nnd downtown, and lived to sec "The
Plains become one of the most popu
lous and highly valued residence dis
tricts of Honolulu, llesldes his trudn
as a bulldei. Including the extensive
qunrrlng of building stone. Mi. l.lsh
man engaged In the dairying business,
prlmai il to provide" wholesome nou
rishment for his family, but Incldental-
I) doing a goodly trade in the surplus
pinduibi He wua a man of kindly nnd
ejuict ilit-potatlon, while n bio.nl and
shjewd intelligent gave him opinion
of his own which he was not afraid to
utter. Kor honor and Integrity his
name was uIiroit proverbial. Mr. l.lsh
man wns a member of Central Union
chunh arid a regular attendant of ots
The funeral takes placo at 3 o'rhirl.
this afternoon from the house, the pall
bearers being J. O. Carter, Georgo W.
Maifarlane, Hubert Catton, W. F. Al
len, John F. Sopcr and F J. Wlllielm,
Kaahumunu school, of which Mr. l.lsh
man s daughter Isabel Is vlco princi
pal, i loted for the day and Its Hag was
down itt halfmast out of respect to the
-leiuorv of the pati lurch.
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old. 13.60;
Claret, 60 cents, Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hoflscbtneger Co.'s,
In the Police Court this forenoou
seven Japanese, arrested last night on
tho charge of gambling, were fined (3
and costs each.
The blcjcle department of E. O Hall
& Son Is ready for business in the new
building. They are selling Columbia
and Cleveland wheels.
Jns F Morgan advertises a sale of
a piano, a number of graphophoncs and
a lot of furniture nnd groceries fo(
Thursday, May 16. See his column.
The Devotional committee of the Y.
M. C. A, will meet this evening at
"Cralgslde," T. Cllve Davles' residence,
at the corner of Nuuanu and Judd
The auction sale of the schooner Twi
light has been postpoued to Friday,
May 10, at the same place and hour
See ad In Jas. r. Morgan's column on
The members of the Christian En
deavor Solccty will indulge in a trol-
lej part on Frlda night The wlll
meet at " 43 nt the Central t'nlou i
chunh from which point they arc to
Is vvliat every customer receives who wears a pair
of our "HASAN" COROSA C OUT OXFORDS
Tilts men's new dress Oxforel is the lateU creation
in an up-to-elate dress shoe, full of snap, full of style,
full of comfort.
The stock and stvle of these are purely "Italian"
and arc proving jooel, easy sellers.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, at X.
Offices SUngenwald Bldf. M
chant Street. Tel. Main set.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu, May 12, 1993
Among the arrivals from Hawaii and
.Maul pints In the Manna Lea todnv
were the following. W. Ucrlowltz. It.
C Mnynard. George Clark J. A. Mi -Gulic,
1', Greenwell. J. P. Cooke, John 1
C. Wells and Miss E. Mosstuan
l'rank Vliln Jackson, the adopted son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nigel Jackson, died
at their home this morning after an
Illness of about live weeks, The little
fellow was only twenty months old
The funeral will take place fiom tin
home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackson at 1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon All
friends nre Invited to attend Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson have the s.vmpath of
their many friends.
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
NAME OF STOCK
KS SiCh DO. Co.fi
L.B. Km Co., Itl.
fisa Plantation Ca ..
ntwftliafl com saucp
Hiwtllin Surar Co ..
Hoflonu Sucir Co .
Honokia Sugar Co
Hanoi Sugar Cm
ratiuku Plantation Co
(IMI Plant Co ,ttd, .
i Kipanum -ucar uo
1 KotAt Sucar Co . .
Oaha Surar Co,
Cloinia Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co.. Ill . ail
OlaaSuCo Lti r-lup'
Plauhan Su I'lan Co
Pac tii Sugar Mill
Pala PI in 1 hnCo
I'fMfkr Si (J.r Co
Plonwr Villi Co
Plonrvr Atlll C, Aiii
Walalua Agri Co
Walmanat iSugir Co
Walma Mill Co
Wlli-r Staamlhlo Co
lnMr-lUnl Slcim N Co
Hawaiian 1 Irctrlc Co
Sa0, a Japanese woman of question
able tpe appeared at the police sta
tlcn this fun noon to swear out a war
rant for the arrest ot Haratio her
bicther-ln lnw, on tho charge of as
fault with a deadly weapon The du
tch of the cuse nre as follows.
Some time ngo, Sayo took up her
residence on the other side 0 the 1st
and nnd there carried on nn unlawful
business. Hnrano. who was married
to her sister, was In the habit of tak
ing all the money she received from
different persons and when she refus
ed to obc) his commands, he beat her
Some time ago, Sayo came to Hono
lulu nnd took up her abode at tho cor
ner of Smith nnd Fauaht streets There
th" carried on the usual Business, hut
east her fortunes with another Jap
ni.eso who lived In the same place with
her. Harano hcarS of the doings here
Ir town nnd came over from the other
frldo of tho Island to see what was go
ing on. With him ho brought a .44
calibro English bulldog revolver. Ho
went to Snyo's placo this morning and
was In the act of shooting her down
with tho revolver when the second
Japanese who has been staying with
tho woman for somo tlmo past. Jumped
In and a struggle ensued.
Harano was finally overpowered and
iho weapon wiested from his grasp.
He Immediately inn away and now the
Inlleei nro after him In a a dlicctlons.
It Ik believed that ho will be appro
bended before hlghtlnll.
A. X rttM. iJ MO aMttHaVjMaKMIaVT
tlon Karl' T & L Co
Oaru Hv (V l (.0
Mutual tcl-rhone Co
peopla ' Ite & H 1 1 Co
Flril National tlanlt
Hawaiian c,ov 1 rrr cent,
Hon Kjpll Transit .
twa Ptantat n A rr Cfnt
(Janu K & L Co per c
Oartu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
waiaiua Agricui 0 p 1
t looonl 100
I cov.cvo loo
Kales 2S0 II It T & L. Co.. $100;
30 II It T & I. Co. $100; 23 II. II.
T. tl, Co $lon 3S Pioneer Mill,
74 20 Mcllrydc $'.50. 30 Kvva, $21
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or talc ot
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. 8Unatn-
wald Dldg. Postorflce box 390; TU-
phone Main 331.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1902.
De"ar 8lrs: In my innocenco 1 pur
chased In Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and ono
01 three things must occur;
1. You must stop making them; or
2 1 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 "Pickles", neighbors ring tho door
boll and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
it me In expectation of "Pickles."
Yemr Dickies nro my Nemesis. Please,
ileal sirs, quoto them by tho keg, bar
.vi lino-ohnml. ton or Bhlnload, and
"preservo" mo. Yours very truly,
p. s.i Wnnt Gherkins, Cauliflower.
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
Camara & Co
S. K. corner ducen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUOFS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM
PRISING THE BEST DRANDS OF
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664: Tel. Blue 492.
"In C'onfcredatc Service," a curtain
raiser b A J. Watson and ' .My Wife's
Uab a comedy drama In tin ce nets,
will be the olfeiing of the Ellcfords at
the Orpheum tonight. The opening
phi tells a prctt Hor of a deserter
from the service. It has received muih
praise wheievcr presented. "My Wife'
Baby" Is a eonicdy diama full of bright
dialogue and comic situations. Thurs
day, Friday und Saturday matinee,
"Little Lord Fauntlcroy," IJaby Lillian
in tho title role. Saturday evening,
positively the last appearance of the
Elleford company, "New York Day by
1. E. Smallwood, a whltA man, agl
about 39 )cars, a Virginian by birth
and u machinist by trade, was this
morning, on the Information of I)r
Emerson, committed to the insane asy
lum by Judge Wilcox. Ihe man was
arrested jesterday afternoon after he
had been imbibing eiulto freely. He
was on the verge of dellilum tieincni.
It was been soon after his arrival
ut tho police station that he was in h
mood very dangerous to himself. He
hurt himself b running Into the brick
wall and u police oMccr wus detailed to
watch him. Watch was Kept over
Smallwood until his removal to tho
police station this afternoon.
The poor fellow Imagines that thcie
arc three men after him and that their
Intention Is to hang him. He is hint
op suicide and during the night, mad
scveial uttempts to end his existence
by rushing against the hard walls of
his tell. The presence of the otllcer
detailed to do duty in the cell wa& tn
only thing that saved him.
It Is tho opinion that the present de
rangement of the mind of Smallwood
has been caused by the abuse of liquor
and that ho will get over it after a few
weeks in tho Insane asylum.
Honest dental work
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under new management and are turn
ing out the best kind ot dental work
known to the profession nt the lowest
prices ever kuorn In Honolulu.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho bcst-recognlzed schools
In the U. S. or tho world.
Wo have n larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco in the city; wo havo
tho best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches ot dentistry ns practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We can savo you money on our den
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what our work will cost by
a frco examination.
SET TEETH $5.00 I
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00.
SILVER FILLINGS SOc
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 78. 96:45. Elite Dldg.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub-tlohi-ri
In the Terrltorv. Sixteen and
TWO TELEPHONES 240 tv,enty pilgei. t1 , 'ye.
Father (who had caught Patrick
stealing) I thought you knew better
than to commit a theft. You know how
the law punishes people for small of.
Patrick How about you. father,
when you stole mother's heart? You
nevei got punished for that.
Father I go; a very severe punish
ment, my son, I got penal servitude
for life, and am doing It now. Tit-lilts
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 653; Tel Dlue 791; Root
3. Sprocket nulldlug.
Thcro Is no other desk so
popular as the GUNN DESK.
This popularity is owing to
the fact that in point ot beau
t. convenience and prlco
there Is no other desk to com
peto wlfli It.
We always carry a full lln
and arc pleased to show them
nt any time.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TCL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
4Q3 Judd Building.
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Blrck. Ground Floor.
ancn and Collection, Notary Public.
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Insur
All our Instruments nro thoroughly
sterilized beforo use.
New York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a, m. to 12 u..
THE LAST BOOK
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 cents rT
News arrived from Hunalel, Kauai,
in ono of tho Inter-Inland steameis
this morning that II Illrkmyre, who
Is running an extcnslvo fishing busi
nesr ut Hint plate, succeeded yester
day In niaVlng a haul of ll.'OOO akuln
i:i his big net. This Is a record haul
und one of which I)lrknire Is justly
The fishing business since Mr Blrk
luyro took hold of it. is booming Ho
has a largo number of men winking
lor lilm and has it bteam Inline h and n
number of boats at his command
which aio alua uhci! whenever the
net Is sent out. Whllo big hauls havo
lieriuently been made by Mr Illrkmjro
nt Hunalel, tho ono ostcrday was the
la-gest bo has over succeeded In lak-lu.
FRANK R. STOCKTON
NO. 10 8T0IJ11
Golden Rule Bazaar
IS6 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The beat collection in the city nnd much
lower than imuiil priced for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
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