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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Every user of a Fountain Pen sfiould
have them. They are convenient,
cmlly handled and always ready (or
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.,
The HaMwa Hotel Company, Lim
ited, Is the lateot Incorporation to hnvo
Us articles filed with the Treasurer of
the Territory. The names of the In-,
corporators with the number of shares
subscribed are ns follows, the capital
stock being $100,000 In shares of $100
par nluc each with the privilege of In
crease to $250,000- B. P. nilllngram,
850; C. P. Inukca, 129; W. K. Dilling
ham, 5; Elmcr'B. Paxton, 5, and A. V.
Van ValkenbeiV, 5 shares.
As the name Implies, the main pur
pose of the company Is to maintain the
Halelwa hotel at Walalua. It takes
over real estate and personal property
held In different hands, tho larger
Items being: Lease from J. E. Emerson
to B. F. Dillingham, value $1000; leaso
from BIMiop Estate, to 11. F. DIlIlnR-
bam, value I6553.J7; right, title and
interest of B, F. Dillingham to hotel
building, etc., value $-jC,575; B. F. Dill
Ingham's right, title and Interest to
water and electric light plants, valua
$18,675; II. F. Dillingham's right, title
and Interest to cash and inventories ol
the Hotel, value $25fs6.33, all the right.
title and Interest of C. P. laukca to
hotel furnishings lltmized, value $12,
BOO. The term Is fifty years nnd the first
dfllreis of the Halelwa Hotel Company
nnMlie following nnmed: B. F. Dilling
ham president; Elmer 13. Paxton,
treasurer. A. V. Vun Valkenburg, sec
The Jur In Hie. "Williams caso re-
turned a verdlft of guITly In the Irst
degree against both defendants.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
We are making n specialty cf Island Beef and get the choicest
meats from the big ranches nil over the Islands. If you would have
a thick, Juicy Bteak or a rich rocst, we will send it to you on short no
tice. Just a telcphono messag" will be necessary (o bring the order
to your door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
ATTC THEY NEVER C0ME BACK I
Jl I O USE ANTOL1NE
Tho greatest discovery for the destruction of the greatest of pests
ANT8. Kills those that como In and keeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper 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 a very happy Idea of
ours to carry fresh Honolulu
made candles, and expressions
of tho highest approval have
como from tho customers who
havo bought lliera.
Como Into tho Btoro at nny
time and samplo them. Every
variety of fresh Cream, French
Creams, Etc., and absolutely
fresh every day.
Telephono orders delivered
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Groceny.
ladles ot Lcalil Chapter, Order
Eastern Star, pave a very un-
lojnblt! riceptlon to Imwnliuu Lodgtf,
No. 21. F. & A. M, In the Masonic Tem
ple laet nlnht. After tho regular moat
ng of tin- lodge, during which tho
c'loral Tx-gn-e was conferred, the
doois of the lodge mom wero thrown
open i ml the ladles busied themsclvci
witn U'l' mlertalnmeiit of their guosti
ol " onf there were u large num!ii
preieiit. There was n musical pi i
grfcm which wns very much enjoyed.
The first number was a solo by Mm.
II. C. Austin. Mext camo another nolo
ly Ned Crabhe, sou of Mr. and Mr.
Clarence CraTjbe, whkTl was so well
rendered that nn encore was demand
ed. Mies Horner gave a piano solo
nnd linn came a vocal duot by Mm.
Crabhe and her son Wed, which was
llkewlce w-ell received. After tlio" pro-
gram of music camo refreshments
which were served by tile ladles. It l
the Inttntlon of trTeTTullCH of tho East
ern Star to entertain both Lodge In
Progres nnd Pncltic Lndgo very soon.
It's Just This Way
Toil may go on straining our eyes
we can't help you In our advertising
we can warn you. but It's only in a
personal way wo can do you any good.
I If you wait for the serious trouble
'you must take tho serleus conse
The sooner, the ensler, In eyo care.
Properly adjusted glasses our kind
will relieve minor eyo troubles that,
neglected, become major, and often se
rious ones. Wo hro experts In reliev
ing eu strain.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street
Over May & Co.
The tugof-war couteslB will end Sat
urday night next with n big pull be
tween th Weln kn Hao and Pacific
Hardware teams, 'x his will, of course,
be the most exciting pull of the tourna
ment, as these teams Aaml at tho
head of the list, neither olio having yet
been defeated. They have not come
together and are vty anxious for the
time when they will Tie lined up
against eaeh other on tho platform
People very much Interested In the
contests stated today that opinion
seemed to be equally divided as to
the wlnneis of tho oTr&mpionshlp. The
Wela ka linos hnvo a past imputation
to fall back on, put there a to many
who are confident XtaX the Pacific
Hardwares will win llio tournament.
At all events It will bn n very close
match and the fact that the member
ship of enitV team Is composed entire
ly of Hawaiian heightens the Inter
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. Poster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
Jas. F Morgan advertises a sale ol
hay for Friday, May 16.
The ship Mlrlgo Is dicharglng rock
ballast from two hatches at Emmes
A paper package containing photo
graphic films has been lost If return
ed to this ofllce a reward will be paid
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, (3.50;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
The bark Andrew Welch has the dis
tinction of being the first vessel to
dock at the new HackfWd wharf at the
Ewa end of tho harbor.
The Catholic' Cathedral and tho
grounds of the Mission havo lecn
crowded all day today, for tho Holy
Ohost festival Is In progress.
This afternoon at I o'clock the steam
er James Mnkce, Captain Tullett, salts
for Kapaa and Anahola; At S o'clock
the Mlkahala leaves for Electe, Maka
well and Walmca.
Commissioner General John Barrett
of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
called on Acting Governor Cooper this
forenoon to have a final conference
prior to his departure In the steamer
The steamer Mnunn I.oa. Captain
Slmerson. Kails tomorrow at noon for
Uihalna. Mukena, Kulliin. Keaiihou
Nupoopoo. Hnokena. Hoopulea. and
Punatiiu. No freight Is rebelled after
1U o'clock In tho morning. ,
The baik Pactolus, Captain Dart,
discharged 220 tuns of coal Kstcrday,
working only ono hatch. Today, at
noon she commenced to work both
hatches. At the rate which she Is now
discharging she will soon hac all her
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Akamu was fined $10 ami costs on the
charge of assault and battery on Malic
Kanckapu, Peahl charged with the
same offense against Kahoomoo (w)
was reprimanded and discharged, this
pot being a very bad case.
The Toyo Klscn Kalsha Nippon Marti
is expected to arrive from San Fran
cisco this afternoon. She was schedul
ed to sail from the Coast on the 9th
Inst, and will bring oer a week's
later news. She In looked for to arrUc
In port between 3 nnd 4 o'clock.
Acting (loornor Cooper lias receiv
ed from a surveyor of the Public Works
department, detailed by Superintendent
Uoyd for the purpose, a contour map
of the proposed site for the McKlnley
Memorial Park at Pawaaa. It will
enable the making of a elcso estimate
on th ecost of grading the compound.
The new schooner Otella I'edersen
will complete discharging coal this
evening and will soon depart for the
Sound, Captain Hansen has already
shipped part of the necessary crew and
Chief Ofllccr Morrison, formerly ot the
Dlrlgo, is rapidly becoming accustomed
to his new quarters In the I'edersen.
Ned Campbell, a negro, charged with
using vulgar, profane and obsreno lan
guage In tho presence of some Hawa
iian girls, appeared for trial In tho
Police Court this forenoon. The de
fendant pleaded not. guilty and his caso
was set for tomorrow, his witnesses not
being present in tho court room. Judge
Wilcox remarked that the necessary
invitations would be sent to them.
The bark Aldcn Ilcsse sailed this af
ternoon for San Francisco with a few
passengers In the cabin and 20,000 bags
of sugar. Mrs. Kcssel, the wlfo of the
captain of the bark, remains In Hono
lulu owing to Illness. The passengers
going to the Coast in the Allien Hesse
aro J. S. Ilussel and wife. M. J. Mc
Clean, Miss Ilcndlxiu and two, I'eder
sen children and Master I). Muurltz.
NEW LODGE OF
'Continued from page 1.)
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
sandals The Old Roman,
The New English Novelty.
The greatest merit posssestng nov
elty yet Introduced. Vour child la
barefoot, and yet protected. The foot
remains free, cool, and shapely, de
velops no corns, no ugly Joints, and the
child is- happy. Wo have but a few of
these left, and aro dally expecting
more. You mglht as well buy these
now. because their merit wilt force
you to buy them In the end.
J. H. FISHER
Stock nnd Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, f .To
Offices Stangenwald Bldi Me
chant Street Tel. main SM.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May H, tool
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtr ftContiiry..
t.B. Kirr Co.,
Stfit Pi inf Allan Ca
Hawaiian torn. 5u Co,
Hawaiian Sorar Co ...
Honono Sugar Co .
Honokat Sugar Co .. ,
Hanoi Sugar Co
Kanufctj namauon uo
Klfcihulii Suvar Co....
I KoIm Sugar Co .. .
1 0bti Sugar Co . . .
1 vnoma SugarCo
3okata Sugar Plan Co.
01aSuCo LtJ r-lupf
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
lUliihatj Su I'Un Co
P'fic Sugar Mill.
I'lU Plant J 'Ion Co
I'rrerkto St er Co . . ,
Plonw Mill Co
PlonrM(ll Co Asms
Walalua Agn Co
Wiimta Mill Co
Wilder StojfTUhlo Co .
lnterUUn4 Sit am N Col
HallJn LWtrlc Co
Hon. Karli T. & L Co
Mutual 'iWrhone Co
Oahu RvAl Co
PeopU's ice & K I Z Co
Tlrtt Natlnnal Flank .
Hawaiian (ov rer ni
HiloK KCo eptrcfnt
Hon RipU Transit
Lw Plantat n 6 per cent
uinu k ot l co pf r c
Oahu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p,c.
Walalua Acilcul. 6p. C
I)iitlnrn ixriitunl Telephone. 2 12
per cent. O. It & 1. Co., 1-2 per cent.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the Durchaue or ul ot
stocks and bonds carofuljr and promyt
ly executed. Loans ncgotlateu
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangn.
wald Bldg. Postoffiee box 890: Tl
Iphone Main SJ1.
Camara & Co
S. K. corner Queen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
I'llISINO THE BEST BRANDS OF
ALL KINDS OP
FAMILY TIIADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664: Tel. Blue 492.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. 0. Ilox 653; Tel Dlue 791; Rood
3. Sprfckfi'n Duildlv.g.
The Evening Dullotln, 76 cents r-r
See the loRlnlatlve lillls
These (if all the Klinstly list are per
hns thu gnaatet Ills.
How tin' liiidillnR stntCBtnvn sliout,
or they finite and tncy Biioul,
With a melnnrholy BlnRsuiiK ,in their
Anil erry tiulnil that floats
From their uverhunlcneil thioata
Is an effort to get votes
For their own,
Hut the Spenkor nh, tho Speaker
He the heartless vengeance wreaker,
And who, clacking, clacking, clacking
In a tattoo monotone,
Keels a glory In so wracking
On the human heart n Btone
He Is neither man nor woman
He is neither uruto nor human
He's a ghoul;
And he loves to sit and roll
Heavy boulders on the hills;
And his merry bosom swells
And e dances and he yells.
When by any ehanco he kills
The new Congressman's pet bills;
Keepiug time, time, time,
Witn his gavel's merry chime.
To the blocking of tho bills
Of the bills, bills, bills
To the knocking of tint bills;
Keeping time, time, time.
As he wlmcks out little trills
WIlhhlH gavel's merry chime,
To the bashings of thu bills,
(if thu bills, bills, bills,
To the smasiilng of the hills;
Of tne blllB, bills, bills, bills,
Hills, bills, hills
To the Jobbing and thu lobbing of
Qcnn passenger tales to Kmupo
may lie put up $5 this summer. The
cabin paosengui lrom tho United
States laBt year nuinhefed 128,000 nnd
the raise menus at leiiBt 00u,l)OO more
for the steamship companies.
Saturday night. This Is of course sub
Ject to change.
The following committee on para
phernalia wns appointed at the meet
ing: C. M. V. Korster, I II. Kllboy.
(leorgc Ward und A. N. Sinclair.
It was practically decided that there
shall be no leremonles aside from the
usual ones nt the Installation of ofil
rets and the institution of the lodge
hut that ono month after this, when ull
the members shall huc been Initiated,
there should lie a big reception In hon
or of tin1 foundation of the uon lodge
or of the foundation of the new lodge.
There huc been ten upplHatlons for
membership In the new lodgo of
Knights of Pythlus slnco the charter
list was sent forwnrd. It is thought
that the charter will arrive In the Ala
meda so that the lodge can go right on
with Its work.
Thpre havo been n great many men
about town who have asked for Infor
mation regarding the new lodgo and
who aro anxious to Join. For this rea
son, n Hullctln reporter culled on some
of the charter members and found that
any Information required will bo fur
nished by Dr. A. N, Sinclair, tho prime
mover in the organization ot the new
Honest dental work
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under now management and aro turn
ing out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at tho lowest
prices over knorn In Honolulu.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tbo best-recognized schools
In tho L. S. or tho world.
We havo a larger staff than nny oth
er dental offlco In tho city; we bavo
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fart all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can savo you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by
a frco examination.
SET TEETH $5.00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
8ILVER FILLINGS 50c
There Is no other desk so
popular as tho GUNN DESK.
This popularity is owing to
the fact that In point of beau
ty, convenience and price
there Is no other desk to com
pete with It.
We always carry a full Iln
and are pleased to show them
at any time.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED 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.
Jampbell Blrck. Ground Floor.
I Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors.'
(loom 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel Strw j
LADIKfl IN ATTBNDANCX
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. in.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 it..
THE LAST BOOK
CAR ON A MULE.
Thero wub an nccldimt on tho Tram
wuys lino near tho WalMkl Annex at
about 7:20 o'clock yesterday morning.
A driver was sending his mules along
at n protty lively gait In tho direction
of Kaplolani l'ark when ono of the
animals suddenly stumbled and fell.
The driver was unablo to get tho
biakcs on In time to stop the car lrom
piling up on tho mulo and tho conso
tpicnro was that thu animal was soon
fUBteneil tightly under tho front part
of tho car. Fortunatoly, tho whoels
('id not cuiiin m contact with tho body.
'I no Oliver called for iiBslstance and
In u Tittle whllo llio mulo wns gotten
out fioni Its uncomfortalDo position, It
was not oven la mo wTien onco moro
,E'Jtten on Its feet.
FRANK R, STOCKTON
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Golden Rule Bazaar
NO. 10 STOItll
156 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tbe best collection In t
lowcp than ui