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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., WEDNESDAY. MAY 14, 1902.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
SwvM'iiK' ''i-WQI "TV 1
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. Tbey are convenient,
eatlly handled and always ready lor
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Wo arc making a specialty cf Island Reef and get the choicest
meats from tho big ranches all ever the Islands. If jou would liac
a thick, Juicy steak or a rich ro.Ft wo will send It to ou on shoit no
tice Just a telephone message will be necessary to bring the order
to jour door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
THEY NEVER GOME BACK !
Tho greatest discovery for the destruction of the ereatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those that como In and lecps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should have a sampla bjx to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. DOX 330.
It was n very happy Idea of
ours to carry fresh Honolulu
made candles, and expressions
of tho highest approval have
como from tho customers who
have bought them.
Como Into tho store at any
tlmo and samplo yiem. Eery
variety of fresh Cream, Kronen
Creams, Etc., and absolutely
fresh otery day
Telcphono orders delltcred
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES ?4
The man of sense Is he who best
piesertes those faculties with which
Ntture has endowed blm.
He may "hate to wear glasses," but
bentlment Is not sense.
Glasses aro not nlwas an ctldenee
r; weak even, but ratr.fr or strong in
Men and women of strength, both
rr.ontnl and phjsical, wear them for
the "preservation of ueite forco and
vitality, as much as tor the better
ment of vision.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over Mow & Co.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1002.
Dear Sirs: In my innocenco I pur
chased In Honolulu a jar of your
It brought roo great trouble and one
ot three things must occur;
1. You must Btop malting thorn: or
2 I must get them at less exponsoj
3. I am a ruined man.
Since my first venturo I've had many
"lars" My family from early morn
(ii "Pickles", neighbors ring the door
bell and shout "PlcWes"; relatives vis
It me In expectation of "Pickles."
Ynur nlckles aro my Nemesis. Please,
dear sirs, ouoto them by tho keg, bar
wi hnraimmi. ton or shipload, and
"preseito" mo Yours very truly,
P, si want Gherkins, Cnullflowor,
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango, C. W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
210 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Camara & Co
8. K. corner Queen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM
PRISING THE HEST BRANDS Ot
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
Fred L. Waldron
P. O. Box 653; TeJ Blue 781; Room
3, Sprecke's Bulldh,j.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 cents prr
There? the Roosevelt of tho Phil
ippines," said one til the. transport Uu
ford's officers to a Uullutln reporter
this morning, "I guess mill's tho man
joii'o looking (or I cant pronounce
Ills name. Some of the passengers
lime been calling him 'the Roosevelt
of tho Philippines'; I suppose on ac
count of his glasses and An ttcth, nnd
perhaps n little on account of his pop
ularity with his countrymen and tho
head for gournraetit business that ho
carries on his broad snoulders."
Felipe Buentamluo It a prominent
cabin passenger aboard the Uuford
and Is on his way to Washington to ap
pear before the Senate Committee of
the Philippines Iluencnmlno Is n big
Filipino among Filipinos and Is won
derfully well Informed concerning mat
tcis pertanlng to the Philippines.
Since the nrrl' nl of the Huford In
this wirt from Manila Iluencamino has
hardlv been aboard the vessel for n
moment He has been driving mound
Honolulu and the city's suburbs In
compan with Cohmel Wonilson of the
Third Cut air j and oilier officers, lie
was seen nboard the transport shortly
before noon today He bad been
mound town nil the morning and went
uboaid the vessel only to lento n few
purchases In No 111, his commodious
nnd comfortable stateroom on tho up
per deck He was aboard but a few
minutes and tin n hurried ashore again
to remnln until the transport sailed
Iluencamino uprnkr but little Eng
lish Hi Is n man of n llUlo less than
medium height lii'limri to be stout.
and carries hlmseTf with an Immenso
amount of dignity.
An Interpret r wns nicured In the
person of George MeNnlly one of tho
Uuford h crew who hnP I ho reputation
of being the tencel's linguist
' Wbnt is It you want to tatk to mo
nbout nsked Felipe Lliti in amino,
through the Interpret r after it had
been made Known to blm that It was
a icportcr who was confronting him
"I om one pnsK ngt r liy this boat;
thcie nre sume other passengers, too.
I am going to Amerhn Yes; to the
United States to Washington. 1 go
to explain sume things uncut tho Phil
ippines' The Americans do not know
tery much nbout tho Philippines; nor
do we know mTicIi nliout America. Wa
must learn moiy oi entli other, bo
cause the Philippines nre now part of
America. The TTilllppluis aro In tho
hands of the Americans and It rosts
with tue'Unltiil Stalls to make a won'
durful country down there. .
"It would be good to havo some form
of government In the Philippines
where the Filipinos would govern
thcmscltes in tho American way, as
Americans, under the Tederal Govern
ment. That Is what 1 would hopo for.
"I would like to have a Filipino gov
ernor In the Philippines nnd hate tho
Philippines a terrltory-Hf the United
States Hut I am afraid that all that
will not rumu to pass.
"The Philippines' may some day
hate a Territorial form of govern
ment but I am afraid that tliu Govern
or ttlTTbe an Alnerlcau and not a Fili
pino "Just as I notice In this Hawaii this
Is n Inltid States Terrlory, hut tho
Toternnr Is not a flaw ill Inn 1 hat Is
the nil) Ann rlcn will treat the Phil
Ipplnes She w!U give ner gotern
merit to tho Islands and also glte tho
Islands a governor of her own choos
ing, and not a Filipino However, I
suppose some Filipinos will bo In tho
Senate and House of Representntltes
when the Philippines beromo a Ter
ritory. I hopo so, anyway.
r,We Filipinos wfto love our eountry
want It to ourselves Tnero Is soma
tiuth In tho saying, Tiovvcvcr, that It
the Philippines tvero altogether got
erned by the Filipinos there would bo
revolutions Just ul.e there nro In
South American countries, nnd that
with a government by the United
States there will some dav be peuee
that shall ntwiija be peace
"We have a rich eouutiy and when
pence comes to stay and sniiirt men
go Into tho Interim to open up the re
source s of tfTo Islands there will be do
telopmrnts thnt will surprlsu the
"The mountains nnd tho vnllejs am
holding their preclajis. Uores closely
now, but the time will como when
their riches shall bo scaffcrcd all over
Iho world In great ships.
"I shnll not tell oti all that I go to
tho United States Tor. He who talks
too much is sometimes sorry for. hav
ing spoken and If 1 snj all I know I
shall soon know nothing. Yes; I will
can on President Roosevelt. I am
ready to serve him to the best of my
"You ask mo about somo charges
against American soldiers in the Phil
ipplnes I hirvo nothing to tell you I
don't know nbout those Filings ami do
not tvorrj about them for the will
tnko care of themselves
Acting flovirnor Cooper nnd Socre
tary llawes united ahnaid the trans
port Unfold this moiulng
The great tossed pieseuted n gny
spectacle as she lay iibingslde the Na
ty wharf, making leady to sail for
San Francisco HcfuiUtf passengcis
nnd IIuibo solcllsis who had been
granted shore leave tvero ictiiriilng to
tho Tioat, thoarms of many of them
laden with purchases In (own
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Two room cottage for lent 3ec ad
on page 8 I
A fine lesldenco centrally locate.! Ii
advertised for rent Sec ml on page 8
Notice of the annual meeting of the
.Merchants Association appears on page
A choice lot of ferns wilt be auction
ed by Jai F Morgan on Pridav, May
16, at 10 a, m.
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, J3.50;
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at HotTschlaeger Co.'s,
Invitations arc out for the Elks' So
cial Session to be held In their hom
Friday etenlng next. Frederick Wards
will preside over the session.
Dr Cooper will occupy Col. Samuel
Parker's residence on King street af
ter June 3 The place Is now being put
In shape for the new tenants.
The French Laundrj, at the corner of
Punchbowl and Ilerotanla Btrccts af
ter n thorough rcnotatlon Is now open
end read) for business Ladles and
children's washing a sicclaltj Til
MaKiilo plaintiff in a bill to fontoso I
mortgage against Ailaiuu and Albert I
Horner h.is lit his nttointjs Andlovvi I
Peters & Aniliade. appealed from Judge
Robinson s deeieo for the defendants to
the Supreme Court.
The Concordia Soclotj, n Poitugucp
organization has appointed the follow
ing committee to confer with commit
tees of other kindred orginlzitlons on
the Father Wendcllu matter. M J.
Cubral, J Coricj. J Jose J Medclros,
M. Alamcd and I. Nuncs
DUATtl Hlton 8UICIDL!.
The Coroner's Jur called to Inveatl
gate the death of Ito Klko the Japan
ese woman "ho committed suicide last
night returned the following verdict.
'That the said Ito Klko came to her
death at Iwllel from a gunshot wound
Indie-ted by a bullet from a loaded re
tolver held lu the hands ot slid Ilo
Klko. said wound being Indicted wll!
C. F CHILI.INOWORTIf
C. K. (JUINN.
II. M AYRES
HENRY W KINNEY.
J. W. DOYLE,
II. II. WOOD.
II. E. OARES
A LECTURING TOUR
(Continued from page 1.)
Is what every customer receives who wears a pair
of our "11AXAN" CORONA COLT OXI'ORDS
This men's uctv dress CKforel is the latest creation
in an up-to-date dress shoe, full of snap, full of sttlc,
full of comfort.
The stock and stjlc of thec arc purcl) "Italian"
and arc proving ooA, easy sellers.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, f X.
Offices Stangenwald Bldf Me
chant Street. Tel. Main 161.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu, May 14, 1993
NAME OF STOCK
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
C. Bnwtf k. Conptny
ft S S.chiDQ Co,Ll
L B. rcr Co,. Ltl .
few Plantation Co . .
H t a 1 1 n Art Icultura I Co
Hawaiian Com Jkbu Co
Hawaiian Sucar Co
MonotBU Sugar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Sugar Co .
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kltwl Plant Co, Ltl, .
Klpahulu Sugar Co .
Kolfa Sugar Co
0hu Sugar Co,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co Ltd. at
OlaauCo I ti pJiipf
mown j i ompany
Paauliau Slj Plan Co
Pac tic SugirMill
P1I1 Plinti lnCo
I'fMfkro Si irir Co
Plonr Mill Co
Plonrtr Mill Co Ase
WaJaluj Arri Co
Walmrj Mill Co
Wilier StramshlD Co
Inter-lktini bteam N Co
Hawaiian LWtrlc Co
(Continued on page 8.)
rcent tho firm In the Chamber, tta
taken as a nomination to he acted upon
at the next meeting.
Secretary Spencer ald that ho hail
hecn Instructed to 6eo the Acting Got
crnor with refcrenco to the hook on
Hawaii which he ttas now preparing.
Jlr. Spencer reported tery fatorabl)
on the hook hut ntntcd that .Mr. Cooper
did not at present hate cni h money
on hand to permit him to get out as
large an edition as ho desired Ilo
had about $700 on hand and needed
SSOO more He suggested that the
Chamber of Commerce and the Mer
chants' Abboclatlon subscribe o00 bet
Mr. Spencer fuither stated that us
the fiov crnor was tcr bust the pub
lication of the book would piobahlj bn
delayed until Jul) or August In the
meantime he would siiiinilt proofs to
the Chamber and the Association and
receive kukkoIIouh from the member.
Secretin y Spcncei was appointed a
lomnilttcc to confer with tho Mer
chants ' Association on the matter
The committee on 11 siul for tho
Chamber next reported ami submitted
prints from the seal vthlrh It recom
mended The seal shows the Hawaiian
coat-of-arms with a slight alteration.
In the outer edge of the seal Is the In
scription, "Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce," nnd Inside of this ' Incor
porated August, 1853 " The report of
the committee was accepted and the
A communication from Walter C
Wecdon was next laid before the meet
lng Mr Weedon made the proposal
that he go on a lecturing tour lu the
States, the same to continue for a
period of six to twelve mouths, a salarv
of $200 a month to bo paid him and also
a round trip ticket between heie nnd
San rrunclsco furnished him Mr
Weedon would his expenses out of
his H.iliry Ho suggested that foi f-'OO
additional be could employ 11 good Ha
twillun male quintet The Merchants
Association bail ulrc.idt offi red to sub
bcrlbc (100 a month foi six months
The matter was discussed nt some
length, the concensus of opinion of
those present seeming to be that Mr
Weedon's lectures were terv useful nnd
effective It wns decided to pay Mr.
Weedon $100 for six months and half
of the trip to San Kranciscn and return,
the Merchants' Association to pay the
A communication from Mlkl Salto.
the Imperial Japanese consul In this
city, was laid before the meeting Mr.
Salto gave the Chamber official notice
that the Japanese Gov eminent Intends
to hold an agricultural, Industrial and
commercial exhibition In Osaka begin
nlng March 1. 1903. An Imitation was
extended to tho Chamber to send ex
hibits to this place and to state how
much space was wanted foi the Hawa
J II Athciton spoke f.ivorablt of
taking an Interest In the matter on ac
count of the Intel est which tho lapui
ese Government bad shown til I law 11
llan niulteis W W Hall and I'nul
Iseubiig vveio appointed a cummlttic
to ait upon this mattei
Sevi nil communications of lesser Im
poiluiico werii tin 11 nail wheieiipou
the meeting adjourned
Senator 'llllman Is the nulv Smalm
who has recorded In his autobiographi
cal sketch lu the Congressional dltcc
tory that ho waa a "farmer" befora
coming to the Senate.
Hon Kifll T & L Co
Mutuil Trltphont Co
I'.opU t Ice & R ft Co
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or talt oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and promyt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. BUno.rv
wild Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tl-
phone Main 331.
Honest dental work
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under new management and aro turn
ing out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at tho lowest
prices iter knor'n In Honolulu.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our opcratois aro graduate
dentists of tho best recognized schools
in tho b. S or the world.
Wo liato a larger staff than any oth
cr dentnl offlco In tho cltj ; wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can sato toil money on jour den
tal work. Wo will tell jou In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by
n freo examination.
SET TEETH $500
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
8ILVER FILLINGS 50c
Thero Is no other desk so
popular as the GUNN DESK.
This popularity is owing to
the fart that In point of beau
tj eonvenlc nco nnd prlco
there Is no other desk to com
pete with IL
We alwajs carry a full line
ami are pleased to show them
at anj time.
RET- V"N. n'Ti m
'PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. 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.
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Iniun
ancn and Collection, Notary Public.
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use. i
New York Dental Parlors,
(loom 4, Kllto Building, Hotel Stttw.
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCK
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
SundnyB, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R. STOCKTON
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
NO. 10 8TORI1
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tbc bcHt collection In the city unci imch
lower thnn umiul ppicctt lor
ONE WEEK ONLY.