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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T., SATURDAY. HAY if. 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
Ba fflJBBffviflHfcy Sw dB MrM
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Dlnplny.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd. j
,;iwiSI liifetaJffi it It SfflffliSiL
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. 'E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Wo are making a specialty cf Island Beef and get the choicest
'meats from tho big ranches all ever the. Islands. If you would have
a thick, Juicy steak oi) a rich rosst, wo will send It to you on short no
tice. Just a telephono messago will he necessary to bring the order
to your door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
It was a very happy Idea of
ours to curry fresh Honolulu
mado candles, and expressions
of tho highest approval have
coma from tho customers who
havo bought them.
Como Into tho storo at any
tlmo and Bamplo them. Every
variety of fresh Cream, French
Creams, Etc., and absolutely
fresh ovory day.
Telephono orders delivered
H. MAY & CO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
It is no extravagant
statement for us to make
when wo say we can do
better furniture repairing
and upholstering than ou
can have done elwhere.
Wo scud old furniture
from our repair depait
ment looking like new
and our charges are most
icasonable. Come and
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
ONE OF DEWEY'S
CAPTURES IN PORT
Strange Man-of-War Excites Curiosity
Along Waterfront Crew Bound
Home For Payday Old
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
THEY NEVER .GOME BACK!
The greatest discovery for tho destruction of the greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills thoso that como In and 1-ecps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a sample box to ubc; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. 0. BOX 330.
About the middle of the forenoon the
tip of a maBt poked Itself over the edge
of the western horizon and the word
was passed along the wstTtront that n
transport from Manila waw approaching
In a few minutes mo the two masts
and single smokestack of a schooner-
rigged steamship of modest dimensions
could he observed and thoie along the
front who had access to tun high alti
tudes, seized th'lr glasses and hasten
ed aloft to make out If possible, what
it was coming up out of the west,
It was not long b'-foro the Strang
cssp1 was sighted that everyone who
had taken a look at her through their
glasses gave up lb" task of trying to
say what she wan No one on Hono
lulu's waterfront had -vtr s"en her be
foie One thing was ertaln however, she
was an American, for tiie Stars and
Stripes were In vldnic. She was a
man-of-war of ome kind, too That
was conceded by'everbody, for she had
guns and a ver long homeward-bound
The quarantine doi tor s launch has
tened outside thi harbor as the strang
er approached. The man-of-war lost
no time in stepping up to tho nnchor
age off tV harbor and the doctor was
not long In finding that Hi: aboard were
In gooil health.
As she laj off the harbor, undergoing
the doctor's examination she was In
good view of the nirlous ashore and
many glasses wire leveled at her.
About II o'clock the little crowd which
had gathered at the Navy wharf to see
the vossel dock, found out that the
man-of-war was the Manila, from the
Philippines anil (luam, bound for tho
Coast for r pairs.
The wharf was cleared of nil who had
no business with the man-of-war.
when she docked, and tho curious re
tired to the roadway to pare on the
peculiar lines of the little Manila. The
Manila was a Spanish transport before
Admiral Dewey captured her. Since
her capture she has been classed as a
This Is the first time that tho Manila
has ever been out of Philippine waters.
She Is a curiosity here and will doubt
less attract a great deal of attention.
She will remain here a week or ten
days, during which time she will take
on coal and her crew and marine will
enjoy liberty ashore.
The officers and crew of the Manila
are as follows: Lieutenant Command
er Halsey, commanding. Lieutenant
Commander Dougherty, executive ofll
cer: Ensigns Elston, IJrlggs, Cotton,
Pettenglll, Scofleld, Graham; Aslstant
Surgeon Halcora, Assistant Paymaster
Tiffany, Captains Wssett and Hill. U.
S, M. C, and S3 marines. Altogether
there are 200 men aboard the Manila.
Manila was left on tho lfith of last
month and the cruiser went to Guam
where she remained for several das,
proceeding thence direct to port. Hough
teas and head winds were experienced
for the first half of the voyago. Fair
weather was enjoytd during the last
part of the trip.
The Manila Is sadly In need of re
pairs. "If on had a cable here," said
Executive Olllc er Dougherty, this morn
ing, "we would leave the Manila In
this harbor "
All aboard the Manila are woiklng
over tlmo and are bound home to be
paid off They have for the last three
j ears been (rinsing around In Philip
pine and China waters and, as one of
the marines expressed It this morning,
"are hungry for America."
"Honolulu 1r the most American
place I've been In for tjio last four
years," said one boy.
The armament of the Manila is made
up of both old Spanish and modern
American guns. Tho marines say they
would rather stand In front of tho
Snanlsh guns than behind them. The
Amvrlcan guns aro small, rapld-flro
The Manila will receive orders heio
at, to future movements.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 1S8 Hotel St
An elegant pair of Elk horns for sal
nt 393 Beretanla. See ad under New
Notice of change of partnership In
the firm of Man Sung Wal Co. appears
on page 8.-
Hugh Mclntyre was among the re
turning knmaalnas In the Alameda yes
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
If you want to rent a home call on
Henry Waterhouse & Co who make
a specialty of house renting.
Girls for Ironing board and man for
general work can find employment at
the French Laundrj. Sec Wants on
page S .
Dourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13 50:
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hotfscblaeger Co.'s,
Tomorrow being Whitsunday thero
will be a celebration of the Holy Com
munion ai. St. Clement's church, Puna
hou, nt 11 o'clock.
Miss May Warde. daughter of Fred
crick Warde. the eminent tragedian,
had a birthday last Thursday and spent
a very pleasant day among her own
people and a few friends.
Commissioner E S. Ilojd this morn
ing sold nt auction the lease of Kau
pakuea. 210 acres, for live jeirs from
June 17. 1302, the Pepeekeo Sugar Co
being the buyer at $000 per annum
Don't forget Camarluos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruil' Telephone Main
Ned Campbell, the negro who was ar
rested the other day on the charge ol
using vulgar, profane and obscene lan
guage In the presence of a couple ot
Hawaiian girls, was found guilty In the
Pollcu Court jcsterdiy and fined $10
There will be an nfternoon social as
usual at the Y. M. C. A tomorrow at
4 p. m. Itev. W D. Ilancroft will bo
the speaker, his subject being "Revela
tion " This will be Mr llancroffs
faiewell address as he expects to leave
this city In the near fufite He will
go to Nebraska to prearh The sing
ing tomorrow will be under the direc
tion of Theo. Richards.
The Catholic Church of St. John tha
Ilaptlst, nt Kallhl-wacna, In charge of
Hev Father Clement, will hold set vices
tomorrow. Whitsunday or Pentecost,
nt S a. m. sharp, grand high mass,
wherein the "Krle," Gloria" and
"Credo" of J. L. Battmann's mass will
be rendered by the two choirs of Moa
nalua and Knllhl-woena. under the
leadership of J. H. Van Olesen; sermon
Messrs. Turk and Lewis were releas
ed from Oahu Jail today and were about
the police station this forenoon talk
ing with their friends. They say they
had a good time out at the Jail and
succeeded In getting a good rest. They
look very well and are ready to Jump
right Into harness again and take up
their old business which, during their
absence, was so well conducted by the
ladles of the families.
Harano, the Japanese who was
caught up In Nuuanu valley by Officer
Toma Abey Thursday night, appeared
for trial In the Police Court yesterday.
It will be remembered that a woman
at whom he was alleged to have point
ed a revolver, swore out a warrant for
the fellow's arrest In the meantime
her anger had been somewhat chilled
and upon the appearance of Harano
In the Police Court yesterday she u'sk
ed that the prosecution be dropped
The case was therefore nolle pros'd.
sandals The Old Roman,
The New English Novelty.
The greatest merit possseslng nov
elty et Introduced. Your child Is
barefoot, and yet protected. The foot
remains free, cool, and shapely, de-
clops no corns, no ugly Joints, and the
child Ib happy. Wo have but a few of
these left, and are dally expecting
more. You mglht as well buy these
now, because their merit will force
you to buy them In the end.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, ef I.
Offices Stangenwald lldf M
chant Street. Tel. Main XM,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May 17, tool
NAME OF STOCK ?,',Til
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHIGLES
there is nothing like a
Havo you seeu it?
Did you get a catalogue?
If ou haven t, como and, seo
us at once.
Tho"AL VISTA" uses a film,
loads ond Unloads In daylight,
takes a picture of a scopo of
about 180 degrees, or more than
tho human eyo can see at one
time. In short, It's a woudei
AMtRICAN'S UB8T WRITERS'.
A la'gc audience attended Miss
Clnlre Uecke'g lecturo "An Hour With
America's Ilest Wrlteis," which was
given In the Kllohuna Art League
100ms csterduy afternoon. Miss
Uecke handled her Biibject with care
and grace, narrating paragraphs from
the works of vailous authors and treat
Inir them In such a vivid stylo that thi
attention of tho audience was held
... nc tnlniiln rt til.,- ntlilrfiRR
U.rij mi.mu.w .. ......--.
After the lecture Miss Charity Joy
Crosson, a new constellation among
Honolulu's singers, made her (lrsf pub
lic appearance here. Miss Crosson Is 4
California!!. She studied music In Pa
ris and -has succeeded In learning tho
charm and grace peculiar to l-rcncn
singing which, In connection with her
naturally fine voice, makes her per
formance one or a Kind soicioiu nearo
After the lecturo tea was served,
Mrs, W. M. Graham, Mrs. W. W. Hall.
Mrs. Selma Kinney and Mrs. Bilmn S.
Kinney presiding at the tea tables.
TWO AND FOUR YEARS
(Continued from page 1.)
The wedding of Miss AUce Lawrenco
McCully and Frnncls William Smith,
tlio popular chief of staff of tho Ha
waiian Hotel, took place this noon In
Central Union Church. Tim ovent v,-us
attended by a very largo gathering
which nil but -filled the spacious
church. Prof. Ingnlls presided at tho
organ and thcio was a violin Qbllgato
by Prof. Ammo.
Itev. Wm. Morris Klncald made the
joung couple man amTwlfe As scon
ns the wedding was over, the wedding
party went to the Hawaiian Hotel,
where a wedding breakfast was served
This afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Smith
will havo for Walnlua, where, they will
spend a wick's honejmdon at the Hal
Merchant St, ' Honolulu,
C. Briwtr ft Ctymetrif. ,
N S S.ctn D O Co.ll
LB.KtrrftCo., Ill .
fra Plantation Ca ....
Hawaiian Un.a Ml (.0.
Hawaiian Sue" Co
Hottomu Suf Co ....
HoflokatSur' Co !
Halm Sugar Co ,.
Katauky Plantation Co.
Kf4hulu Sugar Co. .
Kolna Surar Co . ...
unu dutat w , e
Ookala Sqrar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co . Ltj , aal
Paauhau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Sugar AMI
Pala Plantation Co
lVrtko Si pr Co ...
Pfonw Mill Co
Walilua Agri Co
Walmea Mill Co. ...
intrr-uianj steam n K,o
Hawaiian tirctrir i.o
Hon Papli T ft L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Rv,& L Co .
Hawaiian Gov 5 tcr cent
HitoR KCo (percent
Hon Rapli Transit
fcw plantat n 6 per cent
uanu k ac l 1.0 per c
Oahu Plantation Ape
Olaa Plantation 6 r.
Walalua Agrlcul. 6p c
7, 014 Atk4
1,0 J0.OOO '
IO. Il li
Miss Edith Craig, a daughter of Ellen
Terry, the actress. Is ono of the most
popular designers of stage costumes
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Order for the purchase or ial c
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungofr
wald Bldg. Poitotfice box 3M; Tele
phono Mam 331.
Honest dental work
Tho Now York Dental Parlors are
under new management and are turn
ing out tho best Kind of dental worK
known to the profession nt tho lowest
prices over Knorn In Honolulu.
Tach department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho best-rccognlzcd schools
In tho 17. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger stuff than any oth
er dental office In the city; wo bava
tho best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and in fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up' to date.
Wo can save you money on your don
tal work. Wo will tell jou In advance
exactly what our work will cost by
a free examination.
. , $5.00
Camara & Co
S. H. corner Queen and Arakca
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
PIHSINO THE BEST HUANDS OF
ALL KINDS OF
, FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PItlMO
P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
five v.Asnu mm
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 60c
, BROKER AND
i COMMISSION MERCHAN1.
P. 0. Box SS3; TeJ Blue 791; Room
3, Spreckc's Building.
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 Conveyancing, Insur
ancn and Collection, Notary Public.
The fle-masted schooner W II
Murston. Captain Curtis was towed In
to port this morning, 21 days from San
Francisco, She Is high out of the wa
ter, currying only some three or four
hundred tons of general cargo,
Captain Curtis reports an uneventful
trip, light head winds and calms being
responsible for the long passage. Two
passengers arrived In the schooner,
Ralph Low and nephew, of San Jose,
Tho Marston Is resplendent In a new
coat of paint, her errw having apent
most of tho time cleaning, scraping,
holy-stoning, painting and varnishing.
Her decks are spotless and her poop
deck shines like the counter In a bank,
Her taffrall has the appearance of hav
ing been enameled In while and her
bulwarks are ever hit as attractive.
Tho Mnrston lies nt tho I'aclm Mall
wharf, whore sho will proieed to dis
charge her small cargo.
All our Instruments nro thoroughly
sterilized betoro uso.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel SUeei
LAWKS IN ATTENDANCE ,
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 u.. ;
CURTAIN WEEK AT
THE LAST BOOK
this morning to Ilertha Hough ng.unst
Luther W. Hotigh on the ground of de
sertion, giving tho vvlfo tho custody of
(he child! en,
ltobert and Edgar Williams, convict
ed of larceny first dogreo, vvero sen
tenced by Judgo Robinson. Robert
"v'llllams was given two years at hard
labor and Edgar Williams four yeais.
A motion for a now trial was denied in
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative uromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If il
rails to euro. K. W. Grove's signature
is on ench box ?R rnt
M. Savorgnan de llrnzza. the Italian
explorer In tho service of the I'lencli
Government, is to be granted an annual
pension of lu.OOOf nines a reward for
twenty ears' service.
FRANK R, STOCKTON
NO. 10 8TOUI1
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bcttt collection In the city unci much
lower tlmn uhuiiI prtcctt for
ONE WEEK ONLY.