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BVBNINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1902.
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A PICTURE SALE
Mwif IW,g""TT'TTt i-rmrrrjt irwrmtrM ' SI
A Reduction of 25 per cent
6ec Our Window Display
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
H. E. HE1NDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Wo arc making n specialty cf Island Ilcrf nnd get the choicest
meats from tho dig ranches all oer the Islands. If you would have
a thick, Juicy steak or a rich roist, wo will send It to you on short no
tice. Just a telephone message will be necessary to brfng tho order
to your door. "N
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
The greatest discovery for the destruction of tho greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those that como In and Peeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should have a samplo box to use; no danger from poison,
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. BOX 330.
It was a very happy Idea of
ours to carry fresh Honolulu
mado candles, and expressions
of tho highest nppioval !iae
como from tho customers who
havo bought tlicm.
Como Into the storo at any
tlmo and samplo thorn. Kvery
variety of frcBh Cream, French
Creams, Etc., nnd absolutely
fresh every day.
Telephone orders delivered
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
and Monumental Go,
THEY NEVER COME BACK!
It Is no exliniagaul
statement for us to make
wnen we say we can do
better furniture repairing
nnd upholsterlug than ou
can havo done elwheio.
Wc send old furniture
fiom our repair depait
meut looking like new
aud our cfiaipcH are tnoit
reasonable Come and
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Havo you seen It?
Did you get a cataloguo?
If you haven t, como nnd seo
us at once.
The"AL VISTA" uses a- Mm,
loads and Unloads in daylight,
takes a picture of a scopo ot
about ISO degreos, or moro tusn
tho human eye can bee at uno
time In short. It's a wondei
1 Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
FOK GRADING TENDERS
When Bids Are Received the McKioley
Memorial Executive Committee
Will Be Requested to
Matters arc moling apaeo for the In
stitution of the McKlnley Memorial
I'ark. The sub-committee on grounds
had a meeting this morning, "cgnrdtag
which John A. McCandlc.is bald to 2
"We are calling for tenders to fill the
land at I'awaa, whlchvhaH been sur
ejed, cross-sectioned and contoured.
Mils will be receded until noon of Sat
urday next week for filling In the land.
The quantity Is 22.000 ruble yards and
as soon ns we got bldB wo will mako
recommendations to the executhc com-
"The sub-committi'i arc nil In favor 'orient In the Nippon Maru. Mr. and
of taking this land, amounting to ten j Mrs. Abernathy are cr wealthy pen-'
acres or more Plan and specifics- pic from Kansas Clt and they Inns'
tlons for the grading am on tile with ' become so fond of Hawaii that they,
the trcasurei, C. M. Cooke, at the Uank1 expect to remain here a couple of I
of Hawaii." months on theli way b.id; liimic.
One of the flrM Improvements to b In th semi-finals of the tennis do ,
made after the filling will bo the l.i Ins bles )estcrdn. Cimlia and Nowell do-1
off of a first 'last, b.iM'bnll ground
At 7 o dork tome-row evenlnc Ihn
1 Dlsbop of Pitnniiolls will bless the of-,
j ferlngs which will b distributed to the!
poor on Snnila mornini in connection Parley, has petitioned lor an lnjunc
with the Holv r,hot (Plebrnllon. The Hon against Victor Iloffmaiin trensur-
.Hawaiian band will give a conceit on
I the Mission grounds from G:30 to S
1 p. in. nnd will be followed l,y the Cath-
An,. mii !., i,. ,iii
pile Mission band win h will play un-
nil it- ju p.m. I
At i a. m. MiDilay morning, there will
be a distribution of provisions to tho
'poor of the colony. At 10:30 n m.,
Ulshop Golstan will oflMnt.) at a Hlgli ,
Pontifical mas with Pcituguese ser-
...u. ,,lu-,,i a iirutesiiu.1 iu
I be formed headed by tho Mission hand
land the Illshop of Panopolls carrying
I the ciown surrounded oy his clergy.
At 1 p m . a dinner will bo served
n Ilia nnn ), il.r. .,..,...Ki. ...I.u.l
. .... ,,, uj ku- .uujui.uve ui.nivu
by the Illshop of Panopolls and others.!
The Catholl. Mission band will play
T'"s !"v u,u" r """ "m" ,s ciock
11 Knn V. n lino nll'.x !... t .. Ill il
when the Hawaiian
liand will take
The ttig-of-war tournament will bn
concluded nt the Aula warehouse to-,
monow night In a grand flnnlo between
tho Wela Kn Hao and Pacific Hardware
teams. These two arn at tho head of
the list and will undoubtedly Indulge
in ot least a tnree-quarter of an hour
tug. The men who composo these two
organizations who labor dally and
whose muscles are hardened to task
requiring great physical power, which
learn represents tbo most musclo can
only be learned bv taking a trip to tho
Aala warehouse tomorrow night. 'he Territory asked a continuance un-
The members of the Concordia hand til Wednesday next, which was grant
have challenged the members of the led. The prisoner was admitted to ball
Catholic .Mission band to a tug-of-war on a bond of 5000. which was prompt
contest, which has been accepted. 'y furnlslfed with Kred. lUirlsou us
i.uin organization win go into tlio,m"i.
contest with the resolution of pulling
out their llely rivals and an exciting
time Is expected when the pull tukt.1
l'ort An Prince, Haytl. .May S Gen
eral Tlreslas Simon Sain. President of
the Hu.Mlen Republic, hub lesigued his
The Haytlen Congress will assemble
May 12 to select his successor. The
Ilnvtlen Iteniihllr- In rnmnlnlfli. enliti
Former President Jlmlnez of Santo
Domingo has embarked on lioaid a
Trench steamer and Is expected here.
General Deschamps, tho foinier Gov
ernor of Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo,
the last place to surrender to the Domi
nican revolutionists, who uUo embark
ed on n French steamer, has sought
refuge at Capo Haytlen. Hajtl.
President Sam was elected April 1,
1890, for seven jears.
Mr Frederick Warde's splendid In
terpretation of William Snakespeuio'K
grent plays will undoubted!) mouse a
renewed lulciest In the works of that
great author. Ml Waide would un
doubtedly tell )ou that to appreciate
Shakespeare one should nt leiiBt rend
a play before heating it: and no li
brary Is complete without nn edition
of the works of tills greatest of all nu-'
If vnn ,in nnt nns,. i nf i.i.
u-nrt. i imitu i,. n u .i , nr.,(.rven, the wealthiest of Amer'cnn
dee and examine the beautiful I'M win
Ilooth edition, edited by Clark and
Wright, with his life, a historical sum
mary of the plot and characters and
variorum readings to each play, by
Charles Knight Ksq., tho eminent
Shakespearian scholar, to which are
added a concordance of funilltar gems
from Shakespeare: alphabetical list
of all tho characters In the plays, glos
sary, Inuex. etc. Illustrated with pho
togravures of scenes alter celebrated
paintings and ixirtrults in costume ot
eminent ucturs nnd nctresscs of Ku
rojic nnd America, including photogra
vures of nd win Ilooth. I.awrenco liar
rett and other gloat actors, 51 In all
besides many stage settings. This
beautiful edition Ih In eight wilumcs
ol couicnlcui size bourn! In full Mo
rocco and Is sold for 121) on cusy
WM. C. LYON,
200-201 Judd Building.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative lironio Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
, la on each box, 26 renta.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 153 Hole! St.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 jears old, $3.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Iloftschlaeger Co.'s,
The Toyo Klsen Kalsha's local agen
ry. II Hackfcld & Co., Ltd., has bcn
ndUscd that the America Mam, whch
was p 'eduled to Ieao hero on May
10. will not arrhc until May "i as she
has had to go through a period of
quarantine at Nagasaki.
Among -the passengers for Hawaii
anil Maul ports In the Mautia I.oa today
were the following' Mrs. V. II. Hod
gcrs, Jonah Kumalae. II. II. Maynard.
J. A. Magulre, P. Oreenwell. H A. Mc
Wayne, Geo. Clark, 0 II Ilohertson.
W. J. Der, Mrs A. McWayne, Senator
J. O, Paris and J. W. Kualmoku
White th eshlp Acme was loading su
gar from the Nllhau at the railroad
wharf this morning, one of the Japan
ese working In the hold had his leg
broken. He put his foot In the chute
down which the bags came. A bag
lilt his leg with such force that It wn
broken. The Injured man was taken
to the hospital
Mr. Abcinathy, wife and daughter
who hac been staying at the Moann
hotel for some time uast. left for tho
featcd Hltton and King and Dillingham
and Athertou defeat.',) Cuter and hin
ging. The final will be plajcd on tho
Deretanla courts at 1.3U octock thU
afteuioon and tomoriow the winners
of today's match wilt pla against
12. H. Adams and A. T- lltock, last
I.. II. Deo by "is attornc). Gill .
vr of McKechtile Paint & Wall Ptper
r- '" compel him to leionl on tho
',0')U, ,)f ihvr '""'Pany a transfei of
230 shares of Is capital stock of tho
. . ,.00() ' . no,iom.r
Ho sas this represents n majority ot I
,i, ,, i. .i n, ,,mi.,. ,,r,u in rnn.l
lr rin)U.8ent but a minority of tho
Tut. American bark Manna Ala, Cap-
tain Smith, an led fiom San Kraii, Isco
tn3 morning after an unccntful trip,
of ;, Ju)g, )urn( almost the cjitlre
nnssage fine weather with light variable
,Unua ttel0 ..xpcienced The Mauna I
Aa my i,rnK8 430 ,ons ,)f carKO Tll0
officers report that San Francisco is a
ory (mll port f()r 8alng vessels Just
now, the new lines of freighters taking
nearly all the available freight .
While Miss Derrick was sitting on
her front stoop neur the Kin her homo
on Wilder avenue this morning, a bul
let from u .22 calibre reoler whizzed
past her head and embedded Itself In
the wall Just back of her The pollci
were nt nncn notified nnd a search wn
niaiiB n tho naslure near hv for th
person who fired the shot A boy ot
'the vicinity Is suspected of being the
guilty party as he Is In the habit of
BOlng out in the pasture whence the
shot came to hunt birds.
Sheriff before Judge Goaf this morn
ing under the write of habeas corpus
elsewhere reported. Mr. Douthltt for
Th iui.ii,.. Mm- r.lt wao nn
nnunced from Cast If l.oo nt midnight ilentlsls of tho best-recognized schools
last night that Queen Wllhelnilna had "' '' L S. or tho world,
been piematurely confined it I,, We hac a larger staff than any oth-o-cli)ck
Sunday eenlng. Profeskor r slc-ntul ortlce In the city; wo havo
llosensteln. Dr. ltoeslngs nnd the o h- tll 1,c!t Illlte, workers, crown and
,. ,i,in ur i ,iin,i.w,, Ti.. bridge specialists, and In fact all
Queen suffered Intense agony.
tl 11 u f luru oiiiiuay ul-uiuk iiiu
niniiltlon of Iti'i M?Jesty was desrrlb
ed nt critical, am' email hope for iier
ceccnery was entertained.
A metsago trim Custlw l.oo, tent at
7 o'clock thin morning, says Queen
tVllhelmina is jtlll alive. None of tho
doctor attending Hei Majesty left the
palnco last night, nnd neither the
'JiK'i'iiV mother nor the Prince on
M.rt went to bed.
Tlic confinement of the Queen !i
long and difficult and aitlflclnl means
wore resoited to.
The Hague. Mny 5. "It Is n dlsiir.
polntment. but the Qu.en Is saved
Buch Is the general teullng icgard'tig
the bad etoiit of csterday evening
The ejtieme seriousness of Her Maj
esty's lllneos wf,s closely conno-ted
with the acute Ufcctlcus nmlad from
which she was convnlcnir, nnd tills
complication Involw.l fminiueut dan
ei of her death.
The Hague, Ma 7. Achlces receiv
ed here from Casllo l.oo, dated i
o'clock this moruiug, declaro t! at
Queen Welholmlna's ondltlon again
eiccltes grave anxiety. Another con
sultation of the Queen's doctors vas
held nt 11 o'clock last night. Tho re
sult of this consultation Is not known.
' Now Yoik, May S. Mrs. H"tty
women, fearing fhat lawjers and va
rlous other persons had conspired to
kill her, has obtafhed a permit (o carry
a revolver. Sho Is the first woman to
recelvo Biich a permit from the New
York Police Department. The lawyer
concerning whom she complains look
ed visibly annoyed when lie heard of
the permit and what sue said about
him, and remarked that sho should
not be granted such a privilege
Ualtlmoie, May 2. Congressman
Amos J. Ciimmlngs of New York died
nt 10. 1 .". o'clock tonight at the Church
Home and Inflimary in this illy, of
pneumonia. Incident to .an npeiatiou,
aged 01 years The Congressman's wife
and cousin Charles II . Cummings.
were ut his bedside when death came.
Bun I)l.-su. May 2. Huv II. I) lies
tuilil; nf this (In. who was tondei-!
ihi piihltlou of Bishop ol Honolulu,
has decided to send In his formal ee
ccptnnce. Tiie (onsceiatlou probably
will take place In this clt
Weekly edition of the Built tin $1 a
The Old Roman,
The New English Novelty.
The greatest merit posssenlng ncv
elty yet Introduced. Your child U
barefoot, and yet protected. The foot
remains free, lool, and shapely, de
velops no corns, no ugly Joints, and the
child Is happy. We have but a few of
these left, and are dally expecting
more. You mgiht as well buy these
now because their merit will force
you to buy them In the end.
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The New York Dental Parlors are
under new management and are turn
ing out the best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at the lowest
prices iter knovn In Honolulu.
Each department In charge of a spe-
i cianst and our operaioru aro grauttate
I branches of dentistry ns prnctlccd by
nn uiu biiiliij uu cu uuiv,
Wo can save you money on jour den-
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exnetly what your work will cost by
a fieo examination.
SET TEETH J5.00
gold crowns $5.00
GOLD FILLfT'lGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGG 50c
ND 51: HB3S9u
All our Instruments are thoroughly
isteiillzed betorc use.
New York Denial Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Iiulldlug, Hotel Strer
LADIK3 IN ATTKNDANCl
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. .
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
THE LUST BOOK
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
Camara & Co
S, K. corner Queen and Alnkaa
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
ni:v stock jitst opi:ni;d com-
I'llISING THE BEST BKANDS Ol"
ALL KINDS OF
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I f- J 11r .
rred. L. Waldron
p- -Box 5B3; Te' DIue 791; na
'3, Hpreckeia llulldlug.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city and much
lower tlitin uminl prlccH for
ONE YVEliK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers,
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladttpktfc
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, tf X
Offices Stangenwald Hdf M.
chant Street. Tel. main 3&J.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCI1ANOE
Honolulu, May itj, itjoi
NAME OF STOCK
Pall lp i
C. Briwtr k Compinv.
N 9 StcMDO.Co.lH
l.B. Kirr k Co., tlj..
fivt Plintitlon Co ..
HalltnCom SiSu Ct
Hiwitlin Suttr Co .
Honoaiu Sugar Co ..
HonAkiaSufir Co .
Hitku Su(irC . .
Kthuku Plantttlon Co
Ktpthulu Sugir Co .,
O'qu Supr Co .
Onovti SuKtrCo. ..
Onkil. Sat" Pun Co
OlmSu Co.. Ill , tl
OIllSuCo LtJ rltis
. ,yioiu s,omriny
ilPuuhiuSu Plan Co
P.cf. Sueir Mill
Pall Plintflon Co
PtrMt"11 ?' Co
fi'fnrr ,im ci
Wiinui Aim Co
Wllmea Mill Co
Wilirr titnhln Cn
Inltr-lilini StfamN Cn
tllwillin Lltrlc Co
Hon Kpi j T t L Co
.Mutuil Trtffhorw Co
Oihu Rv;t I Co
HawilUnCitv f rtrctnt
Hilo H R Co 6 percent
Hon kipiJ Transit
bwJ Plintit n 6 err fn(
Oa.tiu Planutlun ft pc
Ola Plantation 6 p, c
vvaiaiua ngricui ope
The largest copper reflnlng works In
the world Is that at Perth Amhoy N.
J. Fifteen to eighteen million pounds
of copper ale refined bv eleitioljsit
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or sal ot
stocks and bonds caretuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unon
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tl-
ptione Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCIID OM SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
4Q3 Judd Building,
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street
Campbell Blrck. Ground Flor.
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.