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EVRNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU H T., MONDAY, MAY 19, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction o 25 per cent
8ec Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
We arc maldng a specialty cf Island Detf and get th choicest
meats from the big ranches all c.ei the Islands. If jou would hae
a thick. Juicy steak or a rich ro-pt wo will send it to ou on short no
tice. Just a telephone) messag" will be necessary to brfng the order
to our door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
A lMTPC THEY NEVER COME BACK I
Ail 1 USE ANTOL1NE
The greatest discovery for the destruction of the greatest of pests
ANT6. Kills tboso 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,
or P. O. BOX 330.
It waB a very happy Idea of
oura to carry fresh Honolulu
made candles, and expressions
of tbo highest approval hae
come from tbo customers who
bavo bought lliem.
Como into the store at any
tlmo and sample them. Kvery
variety of fresh Cream, Trench
Creams, Etc., and absolutely
fresh every day.
Telephone orders delivered
H. MAY & CO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
LEWIS & CO.
It Is no etravngaut
statement fot us to make
when wo eay we can do
better furniture repaiilng
and upholstering than J on
can have done elwhire.
We send old furniture
from our repair depait
ment looking like new
and our charges aie most
leasonabk. Come and
FURNITURE CO,, Limited
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
Have you seen it?
Did you get a catalogue?
If )ou haven t, tome and sco
us at once.
The"AL VISTA" uses a fl'm,
loads and "unloads in daylight,
takes a plcturo of a scopo of
about 180 degrees, or more than
tho human oyo eun seo at ono
tlmo In short, It s a woudci
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
AN AGED GERMAN PUTS
BULLET IN HIS HEART
Body Found Early This Morning By
Woman of House In Which
The suicide lit for the present month
is rnjtiillj attaining alarming propor
tions This morning another was add
ed to the list This time it was a Ger
man, Frederick Andre by name, a
nan aged about '8 years unit a recent
arrival fiom Makawcll plantation,
The discovery was made by Johanna
Knue, the woman In the house In which
the deceaord had taken i) his abode
upon his arrival from Kauai a short
time ago Andre wax dead in his bed
and the bod was cold the Indication)
being that death had 'alien place soinci
time during the night.
As soon as a Coroner's Jury could hi
summoned Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth went to the houto In Kakaakti
where the deed had taken place There,
upon Investigation he found that tho
discover had ben made by Johanna
Kaus at about 6 otlork in the morn
ing One of the inu living In tho
vlclnlt of the Kalis place stated that
he bad heard th report of a revolver
at about ' o clock latt night and that
he was nue the itod won committed
at that time Mr Krui iiefng deaf,
did not hear nnj report .
I'pon examination of the body It was
found that dath must have been In
stantaneous T.iere was a bullet hole
In the foi'head that chimed a complete
penetlatlon of the bin in The bole
was a ver bad one and was made b) n
12 calibre revohtt which was found
In the loom bv the tide of the deceas
ed II" omplninecl to acquaintances
In the i It that he hail about $J00 com
ing to hlin from the pi ititatlon and
thut he had been inablp to secure It
He intended eilng the German Consul
and If nothing could 1 done for him
It was hit Inun'lon to onirl suicide
Andic um he. f r ir Makavv ell about
x month ago for tin purpose of settling,
if possible the money ditlh tittles which
he said he had with tin- plantation
people He firn lived nt Albert Kai
ser's pla e in Kal.ii.iko but about two
weeks ago went to the Itiius home to
live He leaves a wife ,md two daugh
teis at Makawell,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Gentlemen refreih yourselves at tho
l'lrst National Saloon
Illsliop Willis leaves for Tonga, via
Apli on the Ventura of the 28th lust
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.50 per week up
Illng up tlluc 571 If jou want to have
work done on the graves by Decoration
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Dulletln Publish
Wells Fargo Express closes 3pm
Tucsda Ma 20, as the Alameda sail
10 a m Wednesday.
The furniture of a new four room cot
tage is for sale and cottage for rent.
See Wants on page 8.
Dourhon Whiskey, 6 years old. S3 60;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschtaeger Co 'a.
Matters of Interest to the racing fra
ternity will be discussed at a meeting
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to be held
at the usual time and place this even
Moanalua the simple minded uatlvo
so well known on the streets appeared
in the Police Court today on the chargn
of lnrcenv In the second degree Th
case went over until tomorrow
It seems that the robbery at the
Christie place was more extensive
than at first thought Whoever euter
ed the home went tnrough the bureau
dinweis and stole a lot of new linen
Steamy Kimu calls it noon ton.or
iow for Illlo and waj ports The Clan
dlt.e leaves at 5 o clock tomorion !!'
tcrnoon for Maul ports and the W O,
Hall departs at the same hour for Kja
There were nineteen caes of drunk
enness on the Police Court calendar
this foicnoon The record is beeomlnij
greater each Saturda and Sundaj
One of the offenders was an old natlw
The W C T l' meeting w 111 be held
Tuesda afternoon at 2 30 In the par
lou of Central I'nlon church The
subject for discussion will be elgirette
smoking In the public schools A full
attendance Is desired
There ac trouble in Knkaako Sun'
day afternoon and the result was the
arrest of n Portuguese and a couple of
Porto lllcans on the charge of affray
Patrolman Eugene Duvauchelle being
the arresting officer Tho three men
were Jf Fiancl? and J Williams, the.
two Porto Weans and J Merrill, the
Portuguese Francis did not show up
The officer when called upon this
forenoon to tettlfy Mated that ho had
seen the tlnet men fighting In the
street He had thand tho Porto III
nn and had taught him under a bed
In his own Iioum
The Ponuguew had a different story
to tell. V-i orillr.t,' to him, it seems
that there hat for koine time past been
bad feeling 1 tw n the. Portuguese and
Porto lllcans of the locality. Ycster-
da Merrill Mat-d tlwt ho had been at
tacked b a number of I'orto Hlcaui
with locks and that he hud attempted
to save hlniMlf first by tearing off u
plckn fiom a neighboring fence
Finding that the odds wero too great
he had (led He was not running away
from the police as the officer had Btat-
ed on the stand but was trying to get
out of the a of the Porto Rlcanv
who were bent on c'oltig him bodily In
jur In fait, at the time that the
police officer arrived on tho scene, he
was calling out for police assistance.
Judge Wilcox said he was not sure
there had beu an) fighting between
the three men and discharged tho defendants.
Another case of disinclination on the
part of the Japanese to obe the police
came to light In the Police Court this
forenoon when Nakagawa appeared on
the eharge of obstructing and pervert
ing Justice. The defeudant pleaded
guilt to the charge and was fined 12a
and costs as a warning to him and any
of the same nationally who might
feel inclined lu the future to Intarfeio
with police officers In the performance
of their duties .
Patrolman Eugene Duvauchelle ar
tested a Japanese the other da on the
charge of drunkenness and Nakagawa
a friend of the fellow tried to rescue
him. He tripped up the p-vllco officer
and all within his power ts make the
officer let go
Fortunately, there was a milk man lu
the vicinity and he was called upon b
the officer for assistance After seeing
that the drunken man was safe, the
officer and the milk man set out after
Nakagawa who had started ,o run
awa. He was captured and taken
with the other man to the police sta
tion. Judge Wilcox remarked lu comment
Ing on the case that the Japanese of the
city showed a tendenc to disregard
the authority of tho police The
would have to learn that the police
must not be disturbed In the perform
ntice of their dut
dllf I ul! MARRIED
Itcv A. V Soarit. the local Portu
guese Protestant ralnlbter had a rather
amusing incident happen In his ofiico
jeMerdny A Porto Itlcan touple camn
to hi m to get married Tbo man was n
Protestant nud the woman a Catholic
and Mr foans fearing friction with
the Catholic, chup h refused to unite
them unless they were bold Protest
ants The Intemted parties Immediately
began to argue the, case, cuch tr)lng to
eonveit the cither. Tbo man waited
to have tho ceremony performed b
Mr Soares, while the woman insisted
that a padre wai the only right mai
to tie the knot.
The argument finally got so heatod
that the two erstwhile loving hearts
left each other In disgust and another
bachelor man was saved, ut least tern
IN Y1U. (iW
Owing to the Interference ol va-loua
social events there will be no Thurs
da leetuie at the V W C A this
week. On Thursda) of next week Mrs
Joseph Itlchards will give a lectmo,
Iipi subject helug "lu the Public Eye,
and on the Thursday touowlng, Mrs.
Philip Weaver will give a lecture on
'The Art of Conversation."
This coming Thursda evening, a
V W C A bathing part will take
piaco at the Hawaiian Hotel Annex In
Walklkl Those who wish to parlkl
pntu can meet at the Huston bulldlnv,
111 which the Y W C A rooms are lo
cated, in tlmo to go uJt OU the 7 20 p
in. ear or the can be at the Annex at
S p m, uhuio thev will be jollied b
.lie rest of the part.
To this excursion nut on! members
are Invited but nUo all friends of the
nHoclalton geutleuieu as well its la
At the noon song service, which will
take placo In tho Y W (' A rooms on
fhursda at about 1 i) p in , Mrs
Mvarez will be the singer.
sandals The Old Roman,
The New English Novelty.
The greatest merit possseslng ncv
clt )et Introduced. Your child Is
barefoot, and yet protected. Tho foot
remains free, cool, and shapely, de
velops no corns, no ugly Joints, and tie
child Is happy, We have but a fen of
these left, and aro dally expecting
more You mglht as well buy these
now, because their merit will force
OU to buy them in the end.
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhllteUfpbia,
WESTERN ABBURANCE CO, f Tfr
Offices Stangenwald lldf Hr
chant Street. Tel. Main Z6t.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, May tg, too2
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtr ft Company
N 5 SictiiDQ CoLM
& Pltntitlon Co
Htwttlin Cora Ac Su Co
Hiwilitn Sufir Co
Honorau Sugar Co
Honoki Sugar Co
Ht'lm Suftr Co
Kttiuku Plantation Co
Klbit Plant Co LU.
Ktpahulu Sugar Co ..
Koloa Sugar Co
0hu Sugar Co,
Piomt bugirCo ,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Oaa Su Co LU , ut
OtaaSuCa LfJ piupf
Pjitihau Su I'lan Co
Pictfi Sugar Mill
Perke S gr Co
Plowr Mil Co
Wiialui Agri Co
Walmea Mill Co
Intcr-lilani Steam N Cf
Haaiian bkctrlc Co
Hon RjpU T & L Co
Mutual TrlfDhone Co
Oihu Ry & l Co
Hawaiian I iov per ce n'
Hilo R R Co 6 percent
Hon kipfl Tramlt
Ewa Plantit n 6 per cent
uanu kslio per c
Oahu PlantAtloo 6 p c
Olaa Planutlon6 p, c
Walatua Agrlcul ope
too ono y
1 000,000 oo
t ow ooe &
joo ooo loo
i,eu ooo jo
I oo,ooc 0
1.(00 000 too
(tf ooo to
W ooo to
I (00 300 tO
OOO ono JO
I ?jo,oon too
1 yn ono lo
ItJ 030 If
tea 000 100
133 xo to
LLOYDS ON MAUI.
Wnlliikii Ma IT Mr and Mrs Jan.
V Llod anil child and MIps Kate
htevard who hae been KUt ot
lion and Mrs A X K(h)IKjI for se
eral weeks return to Honolulu tij thin
renliiK Claudlne Hon Kcpolkat
also Roes to Honolulu to sign oer COM
lire thlms certltlcates and expects to
be back the first neck In June "Jim
tn" Llojd has been spending hla
eenlnRs at Kahulul Fishery fishing,
and ho will most likely teach young
Honolulu bloods the tecret of "loko"
or Ashing by night on the beach with i
Honest dental work
The New York Dental Parlors are
urtder new management and arc turn
ing out the best kind ot dental work
know 11 to tho profession at the lowest
prices i er lcnorn In Honolulu.
Each department In rhargo of a spe
cialist and our operators nro graduate
dentists of the best recognized schools
In tho V S or tho world
V lmo a larger staff than any oth
or dental office In tho city, we hae
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dcntlBtrj as practiced by
us nro strictly up to date.
Wo can sao ou money on our den
ml work. Wo will tell ou In advance
erfuctly what jour work will cost by
a five examination.
SET TEETH WOO
GOLD CROWNS $5 00
GOLD FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
Tlerra del Fuego Is full of minerals.
among which Is no small proportion of
cold. That there Is to be a boom In
mining down In that part of the world
there Is no doubt. When the discov
eries shall be made which will accom
plish this result no one can predict,
but there are In movement operations
which at an time ma result In such
discoveries as will attract attention.
The Evening Dulletln, 75 cents pei
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
403 Judd Building:.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQt
Orders for tho purchase or isJ al
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Btanaen
wald Dldg. Postofflco box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
FAREWELL TO YARDLEY
(Continued from pago 1.)
The last game ot the Bcml-flmils of
the Y M C A handball tournament
lias Just been plaved between M John
ton and I'aul l'errclra Ihe former
winning by the scoirs of 21-2 and 21-1
The championship game now leimilns
to lie pluv id A Iliac k man anil M
Johnston liclng the competitors foi the
lauielic llils game is being looked
forward to with much lnteiest b the
handball i nthiisliistK It Is Bine to be a
very Interesting game ns both pliieis
are known to be exceeding! clevei
The game will be plaed some daj this
week but the exact date litis not becu
The Bulletin, 75 cents ptr month.
UXCLUSIVC STOIimS denied.
R. 0 Yardley
And when, an now oh Comrades, ou
Among tho,Giieits who make their
And In our Joous errand reach
Where I made One turn down an
' i;iua ilalu hoopal, liooknhl dala
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beloro use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ullte Dulldlng, Hotel Strew
LADIK3 IN ATTENDANCl"
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. n.
SundaB, 9 a. m. to 12 lu.
THE LAST BOOK
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 553; TcJ Dlue 791; Roon,
3, Sprrcke's DulldlLg.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON 6UGAK
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Dlrck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
A piomlslng oiing Hungarian sculp
tor Kolomon Nag died recentl) In
Budapest tliiniiKh kissing n lamb suf
fering from foot-and-mouth disease
He was using the lamb ax a model
nnd when the animal Ml III muted It
timing which nursing he kl.ssed It
Ituiliilpli Pinner the heaviest man
In Ilerlln has just died need 31 He
was a publican and weighed IH
Illcliard Cioker has sworn to a pel
sonal assessment of (25,000 lu New
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
NO. 10 8T0RH
156 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city nnil much
loner tlinn imunl prlcctt fur
ONE WEEK ONLY.