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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU It. T., THUUSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
'-""WIS' iMEWIMT "' 'W
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction ot 25 per cent
Sec Our Window Dlapluy.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
AN OLD DERELICT
(Contlnu-d 're it 114-e 1)
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 15S Hotel St.
I Extra fine upholstering at Co) no
, . , ; , I Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at the
The ..hoon.i tw light recent y I r)tBt Na0Ila, Saloon,
iransicircu at iibmi 'mo me noiu
of the Sebastian Uacb The Twilight,
It will be if-mMnbTtil lecmtlv went
ashoio ami was re-K"d with a load' Furnished home ami cottage for rent
of lumber abc-inl. lit, li.mber was all under sew louay,
Desirable furnished room tor rent
See ad under Now Today
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Hint) oer a
iilc of tho
d Mine. No
GET GOOD BUTTER?
If soil don't, you had butter confide your troubles to us and let
us straighten them out. Our
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
Is evcrjvvhere conceded to be th-" best. It Is pine, sweet and fresh,
mid we guaranteo It. Tho best will spoil In this climate If ou allow
It to bi-conip soft, bo It Is often jour fault and no other that your
butter Is bad. Wo also have WHITE CLOVER BUTTER at 35e.
CLEAR BROOK BUTTER at 35: and MRS. VON TEMPSKY'S ISL.
Telephone your order and we will deliver promptly. We Fend
our butter out In neat cardboarl caitons which keep It from contact
with other food in tho Ice chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
just anlved. Tho potatoes will
prco a treat and the oranges
ur ery excellent, full of Juice
and sweet. Tbo warm weather
makes Iced drinks quite pouular
and tho favorlto llaors aro
Welsh's Grape Juice
Telephnno your oidcrs and
don't forget our fresh candles.
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
Thnt there is quality In
uphobteilng Is amply'de
monstratcd by the class of
wolU wo do.
Wo maUo couches, mat
tresses, etc., and 1iavo
men who understand their
business thorough!) ,
FURNITURE GO., Limited
LEW3S & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
243 TWO TELEPHONES Z40
Ants do, It given the Antollno
treatment. (Jreatest suciess
attends use ot this newly ills
cocicd ant exterminator. II
the pests uso It once they nev
er do a1;alu.
In tho pantry Antollno is
Invaluable ns It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
lORTO RICAN 8LASIILR.
lnim n. Rockefeller Jr., began to
i rain money when ho was fi yearB old
Ills father olTcred him a fee of ono
cent for every fence post In need of re
pairs that tho boy touhl find on the
big country place near Cleveland, Ohio,
Ills first day'B work netted him thli
npiier.il Grant's youngest wn it a
candidate for Alderman In tho Ohio
village of Glenvlllc. He is an architect
in Cleveland, but a suburban resident.
that kept her afloat She va- towed to
Honolulu and wci put en the marine
railway. She wa not jipnJred, how
ever. Hir owner. Hnry Mnefarlane,
wanted to sell her M auction No on
would buy her Macfarlant was think
ing of breaking the Twilight up for
fliewood, unless torof cm wanted to
purchase hr at a pleasure vihooner In
which to voAge to tht "oitb Sea Isl
ands In sentch of adventure On this
account It was decided to store her
lumber In th Sebastian Darn fur tho
lime being. The lumber wa4 therefore
transfeircd to the SclaMlatv llach.
This morning thi -boouT Alice
Kimball was put altagelil' the Sebas
tian Hach to take nway seme of tho
lumber, to take it bach to Knunl, where
It belonged. Tin Alice Kimball had
only tak a llttl of the Twilight's lum
ber fiom the Sbat1hu Hn-b when the
old bark rank.
Some of the trm of ihe mhooncr
Alice Kimball wt- Ik 1h hold of the
Sebastian llnch h&ui'llrig the lumber,
when the accident occurred Most of
the Japanese w-r on d(p c fitting up
mateilal that had b"rj torn from the
deik liouv and ott.i pa1 "f the ves
sel s uppT works
The filt WTlr. r,p tl,. t ttoi," In tho
hold of the Sebf fian Hab hail of the
Impending nrt as wbrn tif old bark
rolled siid lnl ovr to poit and tho
wotei lariiP nfhlnr.ln a' bt ports.
lmmeillati'y thtr ,. .1 - ramble to
get awny fiorn 'h v.wtl A rush was
made foi thf t4rlwi'd
filghtund mn .i'v.ug 'c
pile of lumliT t" ct 'o Mi
baik that wa tipjifrnir.'
! They were only li.it
toonei had thJ menarwi to get thclt
heads and hou!d-rs mil of the star-
, Imam po.ls than th old bulk tolled
b..i U in: ai. tv-E l"l 'j!!! tlinie for
I Just th br'.-f"! pilod, and then, as
I Eiuldciily a.. h- hd liFt'd to port, sh
"oiled o-i to ftafbo.ird Ulld through
the iit.ulio.iii! p:t aiid nrhtlnK again
I In li-m thai 1. miiiutts from the
time she flint -,ok v.'r lu ,d Hie pints
on her pint m'1 tb Rolusilan Il.ieh
vas letting en 'b.- a1 id'iy bottom ot
the harbii and 'h vnti r was above
her ihannels tn -3io' jda'is almost
washing hr dcixs
The etcape of the rtin id the bark
fiom death 1 drownlbF. was a narrow
one. If the) had b'"n a nomeut later
in reaching th stprboard ports they
would have ben aught by the waters
that rushed Into tb hold and would
have become confute d in thi Irregular
piles of Iumbr that litter d tho Sebas
tian llach s hole.
Foitunatcly the idioonei Alice Kim
ball was ljlns elosi- tc the sinking
bark on the Unrboard side, and the
crew of the Kimball, at. koon as they
icallzcd what was happening, btnt all
energy to the work of rtscue. As tho
men escaped from the hold of the sink
ing vesttl through the open ports, the
aims of the men Intho Kimball were
ready to grab thi'tn befoio tho vessel
had a change to roll back and pull them
The Japanete were the most frighten,
ed of all who bad to do with the nccl
dent. When they knew the vessel wn
going to the bottom they bcanio panic
stricken and rushed hither nnd thither
over the littered deck, not knowing
what to do Some Jumped overboard
and wire picked up, or swam to other
vessels lying 1 lose at baud Some were
so frightened thnt the) remained on
derk, whlih was pioved to be a wise
thing, although it was probably not
wisdom that prompted the action, or
lack of a. Hon, for the decks did not go
ueniath the water.
Among the nun who were between
decks nboard the Scbattlan Unch when
she sank wen Charles l'lsther und
John Ilo.s. They say that tho roll of
the viMel to poit nnd her subsequent
filling with water was so sudden that
they cannot say what tlmo elapsed" be
fore they were clear of the hark.
The sinking of the Sebastian llach
was a surprise to the waterfront. For
a long time wateifronters have been
accustonud to the old weathcrbcaten
hull of the bark, looming high out of
the, water, tho queen of Hottcn now
A sadness pervaded the beach when II
was sien that the ancient craft was
down up to her channels In brine.
Verily the hoodoo of tbo schooner
Twilight conveyed Its Inftuenco to the
Sebastian llach when the lumber of tho
Twilight was transfencd to tho old
bark, say the wlso ones ulong tho front
This may bo so, but the fact remains
that theic Is n reason for the sinking ol
the Sebastian Hath.
Ever since sho arrived here, long
ago, to rest her bones foicver in this
haibor, tho Sebastian llach has had her
wind-mill pump In commission. This
pump kept her comparatively clear of
water and, as long as tho wind held
good and the pump worked, the bark
was able to Moat. The other day the
pump was disconnected. It hud not
been winking of lato and tho numerous
little leaks In the bottom and sides ot
the Sebastian llach at last caused the
water to gather In her hold until she
rolled to port and took in a generous
quantity of hllgo through her poita,
finally sinking. Now she lies with her
keil thirty feet below the surface.
A pecullur thing In connection wjth
the sinking of tho Sebastian llach was
that her forward bell lang of Its own
acroid, apparently, for tho first time
since the bark has been tbo reigning
ghost of Hotten How Tho rolling ol
the veshel caused the boll to ling twice
two bells. "Two bells" Is 9 o'clock
nnd It was just 'J o'dock when th
Scb.ibtlan llach snnk.
Tho barnacled ribs of the long-ago
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort SL, 11.60 per week up
Further legal proceedings to sup
press the Prlnio beer shops are blew
Ing. Judge Robinson is giving tho young
lawyers a chance on tho criminal cat
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgors, etc
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
The furniture of a six room cottage
Is offered for sale. See For Sate col
umn, page 8.
In three heats at the race track yes
terday Abdlnc, a new horse, made
2:27, 2:21 and 2M2&.
A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent of
Education, Is able to drive out after an
Illness of several weeks.
The finder of a pair of pearl opera
glasses will lecclvc reward for their
return. See ad under New Today.
A reward will be paid for the return
of a white bull terrier pup which has
been lost. Sec Lost column page S.
An excellent concert will bo glvi u in
the basement of Kawtluhao church thl
evening. A flue program has been 111
Judge Hear Is hearing the lnjur.it, uu
suit of Superintendent ol Public W'oihs
against Hawaiian Tramways Co. tli'j
Tho )oung people of tho Christian
church will give a geographical social
at tho church this evening to which all
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.50
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 7.
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'f
King street. '
Peoplo nro beginning to expect a
decision from tho Supremo Court on
tho Smith habeas corpus case some
tlmo this year,
Ileadacho and earache are. often caus
ed bv bad eyes. A. N. Sanford, tin
optician, has something to tell )ou
about It In nhothcr column.
1'rcd. II. Ha)sehlcn is in town trom
I.anal and able to move about wllh a
crutch after having had a leg broken
by accident somo weeks ago.
In tho Police Court today, Tokl.
charged with assault and battery on
joung Abraham Napoleon, was founn
guilty and sentenced to pay a line of $
Judgo Uenr heard and took tindei
advisement until tomorrow the case
of Uustavc Kunst vs. W. H. Pain and
Ellse S. V. Neumann on the latter de
fendant's plea In bar and demurrer.
Tho four maBted schooner Ariel ar
rived oft port this morning from Ma
hukona. Sho Is in need ot an addition
to her crew nnd also calls for orders
She discharged her cargo at Mahukona.
Moanalua tho half-witted Hawaiian
boy, has been freed from custody and is
now nbout on the streets again. He
was decorated with all kinds of lels
today In honor of his having been re
Another theatrical treat for Hono
lulu In tho variety Hue will bo two
companies of tho World s Entertainers
Ino Juno, ono company coming from
tho Coast bound for tho Colonies and
tho other homeward bound from the
Ily being persuaded into buying a shoe
said to be as good as Hanan's, Wo
have their line In everything they
make. There Is but one Hanan, and
wo nro their agents. Today, wo show
)ou the "REX" PATENT COLT CAC
This Hoot sells for ". Is a high
grade dress shoe, on the very latest
WHEN IT COMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FinE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f 14-
Office Stanaenwald ldf Mr
chant Street. Tel. Main 161,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu. May 27, tqoi
NAME OF STOCK pjfj'jp'l? Bli Aike4
C. Bftwf flt Coosriny, t,oao,enc 4
H 3 StchlDO.Co.ll tnm toe Co
L.D.Km It Co., LU,. tooooo V 49
fri Pltntitlon Co ... t.aoo.ooo n tiM
HawtlUflArrlculturilG t ,000,000 too jo
HtwtlUn Com.lt Su Co Mtf,?jo too . . , ,,,
HtwtlUn Sof'Co ,, t,ooo,ooo o tiM t j
HoQomu Sugar Co .. tjo.ooo too 113 uj
Honokai Su(r Co,.. 000,000 o
Haiku Suttr Co ..... 900,000 100. ,, (So
Kahuku Plantation Co y,oo m ... 14
Klhtl Plant Co ,Lt4.... 1.00,000 90 loH ....
Klpaholg Sufar Co, 160,000 101 . too
Colna Surar Co .. .. y.ooo toe i,j
McBrydSiCo..Ll,.. j,oo,ooo o 4 f
0bu Surar Co . . . (.600.000 too 8j 91
IHonta SusarCo 1,000,000 o ti
Ookala Surar Plan. Co jrw.ooc r
Ofaa Su Co . Ltd. ai I M.'.ooc m tH
O'aaSuCo LtJ fiupi i joooo o 10 u
Oloaltl Company 150,000 tu . ... ijj
Paiuhau Su, Plan Co s,ooo,oon je ,,,,
Pacific Sugar Mill 900.004 too
Pji PlantiMon Co tj-jooo ton tJO
PrpVeoSi gr Co io,w too (Tt
Pioneer Mill Co t tjo.occ lor ... T.
Walatua Agri (.0. ufoo.ono too to 6$
WallukuSupar Co 7oo.oor too ,,,,
WalmjnatnSuirar Co jt.eoo tto
Walmta MfilCo... tij,oo i '
Wl!Jr Stamhlp Co 000 100 .. ,S
Intff.ManJ Steam NCf JSoooioo tt !
Hawaiian Electric Co ' 2 . f"
Hon Rar.JT &LC ! 2 " ,
Mutual teIerhon Co , I0 , '"
OahuRy&L Co .. ,i0i,tooo too
Hawaiian (Jov per cent oj
HH0RRC0 6 r' nt iw
Hon Rapli Transit 100
Ea Plantatn 6trcent
Oahu R & LCo perc 104H
Oahu Plantation Ape
Olaa Planutlon 6 p, c ,
Wala'ua Acflml 6 p, C tot
Salea 5En. $2l70Ia, 24.
M. Coquclln. the Rreat Prench come
dlnn, was dcstlucd originally tn follow
the Irado of n baker: but, evincing a
great aptitude for the stage, ho went
to I'ails. ami soon niado his way to the
front. He Is the author of seeral
works on the uniiediun'ti art
A negio woman appeared at the po
lice Btatlon yesterday and complained
that sho hail hoeu assaulted uy a 1'or
to Tllcan Sho pointed to a plaeo on
ono of her ears that hail been very had-
ly slashed and stated that tho wound
wni tho work of her assailant. A war-, w)p( )(p(, U()tc , pn Uo t0 iPonBrii 0f tin
rant was malo out' and police wero miw gunKcn Seliastlan llarh. vvhllo on
sont out aflor the l'orto Rlcan. Ho her weather sldo tho schooner Tvvl
was nowhcio to bo found and up to
this afternoon ho has not Lcen located.
Tho woman saya sho knows tho man
well and sho will probably go out wltn
tho pollco this afternoon (o search for
tbo Porto Illcan.
It has been learned that Wong Mou
Young Is the namn of tho chinaman
who fell over on tho street last night
and who a halt hour later, died at the
Queen's hospital. He was frlendl) with
people of the Kong Tin I.oy Co. No
Coroner's Inquest Is to be held on ac
count of tho fact that death resulted
from natural causes.
Frederick Wurde, accompanied by
Mr. Herman of his company, called
around at tho various newspaper offices
today to thank the editors fr tho
Biany courtesies extendi d to him and
his comrany during tlviir season In tint
city. Mr. Wnrde also called on High
Sheriff Urovvn and Deputy Sh-iltf Chill
Ingworth at the police station.
The regular meeting of the Honolulu
Ilascball League will be held at
o'clock this afternoon in Ibo rooms of
tho Malle-lllma Club. Unit Newton
tho official umpire will speak tu the
Liptalus of tho various trams on the
now iKiselmll rules and will endeavor
to make them iiudiist.mil Just what la
to ho done In vailous eniirgenclis.
Wlldei's steamer llclene. Captain
Nicholson, arrived at 6 o'lloik this
morning fiom Hawaii nnd Maul pons
with 1 1.431 bags of siu.u Caplu'n
Clark loturned In the Helene L.iupa
luiehoo furnished 12,fiDG lugs of sugar
and tho remainder of the lleleno's ear-
go was supplied by Kukalau Sixty-two
head of cattlo arrived In the llclene,
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ber, IS09 Sho was londemned and
took her place In Itottcu How, vvhern
her bones Bhall rest forever.
Passbook on lllshop & Co.'s Savings
Hank, No. 2323 has been lout. Seo ad
C O. fjeorgeson, of Sitka, special
uijent of the Dcp.iltment of Agrliul-
tuie, In chargo of Alaska, s.iya In an
aitlclo In tho National Geographic Ma
gazine that that Tcrrltui) can support
I population of .'1000,000
Chl.'f Justin if
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental I'arlors every
uay counts and more people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Uacli department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators nro graduate
dentists ot tho hest-recognized schools
In tho II. S. or tho world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
or dental orTlce In tho city; wo have
tbn TjcBt plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and lu fact nil
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro strictly up to date.
We can savo you money on your den
tal work. Wo ft 111 tell you In advanco
exactly what jour work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns S.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
THE LAST BOOK
The President has signed a bill
granting an Increased pension to Hiram
Cronk, of Ava, N. Y., who is the last
surviving soldier pensioner of tho war
of 1812. Cronk Is 101 years old.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANQI.
Orders for the purchase or ial ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unge;V
wald Bid a. Pottorflco box 390; TIh
phone. Main 331.
FRANK R. STOCKTON
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
All our Instruments are thoroughly
steilllzed befoio use
New York Dental Parlors,
Itoom 4. i:ilto llulldlug Hotel Stiect.
Ladlec In Attendance.
Horns, 8 u. in to 0 p in.
Siindajs. 9 a in. to 12 m.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Btrck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Injur
andi and Collection, Notary Public.
Sir Heiiii Strong
the Supreme Com t of ('omnia, hit. uo-
tllled tho Depaitnieiit or lusili i Ihit
he wishes to ictlro in Sep'iiiiber ,lun
the Tosclii'ieauy will bo pinmulcd to
the Chief Justiceship.
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
-403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O, Hox 553, Tel Illuo 7111; Hoon
3, Spreekn's llulldh.K-
CURTAIN WEEK AT
LWfl JOsO Oil h
NO. 10 SI (Mill
light, tho old Kalmlloa, the old llawa
linn man-of-war, tho lemalns of tht
bark Topgallant nnd ono or two othei
hulks graco the giaveyard of tho har
bor. Tho Sebastian llach came to this port
In distress from Hongkong In Decern
Hotteiilam Is building the blggevt
oxrnvutid dock In the v oi hi. Its niea
Is 131) acus. with a depth of water of
fourteen feet, which will bo (hedged
out lated to twenty-eight feet. Tho
oar 1 1) dim up has been used tn build
the smroFinding quavs and to raise
the level of neighboring btreets.
Suiatoi Klklns is 'aid to He th
healthiest nun lu Con juts "1 li'.er
have an ai h" pain h t.ild toiciitl),
"and I nevii hve ban n id, i oi a
tiKitlunhn In my life,"
Chinamen aro the meichant seamen
of the futiiio, biijb a Consular repoit,
from Shanghai. Over 1500 Ilrltlsh ves
scls entered the port last year manned
by Chinese crews.
300 PAIRS CURTAIN
from 50 cents a pair up.
The best collection In the city and much
lower thnn imunl prices top
ONE WEEK ONLY.