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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1302
All Ghainless Wheels,
Come Into our blc)cle department and see these wheels. We take
special pride In show lug them and have them set up on exhibition
especially to show them
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;,
NEW BUILDING, CORNHR FORT AND KING STRECT8.
AND TWO RACERS
Sighted Ficuch Dirk Reins Blanche
Nineteen Days Frem San Fran
W. H. Diffionu.
The bark Ol)mplc Captain T ll.
i:ans, orrlved In port tins morning
tioiu Sau KraoilMii with $i tons of
General menhnndlso. seven horses,
eleeu mules and n couple of panuu-
Tlio bark Is llng at the Iringaril
whnrr and Is veiv high out of the wa
ter. Her present cargo Is about the
smallest she ever carrle.T.
San rrnuilsro wan left on the 3d In
statu. Light variable winds were ex
perienced for the first nine das out.
with a few tantalizing calms tin nun in
On tliu tenth da) mil fium San Tran
elsto the French bark Rclne llhnche
was sighted in latltudp 3J So , lon
gitude 13037 V The Olympic iniight
the northeast tiades In latitude 27 00
N.. longitude 132 Su W.
The passage was pleasant and no
accidents were met with. The bark Is
In splendid condition nnd all aro well
aboard. The passengers aro Mr. and
Mrs. O H. lrby of Honolulu, jlrs. lr
by has heen visiting relatives In the
Hast and recently Joined her husband
In San Francisco lo return to the Isl
ands 5!r lrby o A ns the horses which
came down on the deck of the 01mplc.
Included among these horses aro a
couple of racers Searchlight and ,Ioe
Fern Mr Irbv nlso owns eight fine
horses that arrived here the other dayi
In the schooner Rosamond Several of
Mr lrbvs hoies will be entered In
the races on June lit ti.
The liaiki mine W H Dimond sailed
from San Francisco n few hours ahend
of the Olvmplc She should be along
In a da) or two
PANCAKES NOT POLITICS
Washington Mn 1 Pancakes and
not'ple, which Is the popular name 'or
politic al pntionage, were the siijjci t
of th.' (j) morning conference lb it
took plate it Senator Hanna's hoiixo
between M.n President. Mr llnnm.
Postmaster (iencral Pavne and others.
Mm A amusement has been caused In
political and official circles by tho
widely circulated report that at Sen
ator Hanna's bieakfast table he and
the President anil PostmaBtei (iencral
Pavno discussed the appointment ot
Federal officeholders In the South nnd
arranged other matters of Important
Tim truth Is that .Mr Roocevelt
dropped Into Mr. Hatinas to cat pan
cakes, Just as a large number of other
distinguished public meu have been
doing for several months. Senator
Piatt of Connecticut Is one of these
favored Individuals. Ills digestion Is
not of the ostrich kind, and jet he has
found that 81'nator Hanna's specially
prepared panenkes suit It to a "t."
Senator Piatt lives at a hotel and he
gets tired of the cooking, Just as ev.
crybody else does occasionally, and
even the President Is not averse to e's
caplng tho White House meals once In
a while Tuesday evening Senator
Hanna and Mr. Pnvne were In consul
tatlon with the President at tho Whits
Honso and the subject of tho celcbrat.
id pancakes came up
"Come over tomorrow and try "era,"
said the Senator.
"1 will." said tho Piesldent.
"And j 011, too Pavne '
"All right," said the Postmaster Gen
And the next morning Mr Hanna
had two extra guests at his breakfast
table Mis. linnna was piesent and
her daughter, and Miss Phelps, who
lives with them, nud senator Hanna's
lnotlier. rvdoin! paltonage was not
talked nbout nor any"" othoi public
question The p-incnkes were discuss
od, however, to thn satisfaction of ev
t rj body.
A Brussels publlshei hns fell Justi
fied In starting a peilodlra! devoted
V holly to th escleutlflo study of 111 1 lie.
NEW - TO-DAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Dank of Hawaii at
Honolulu, In the Territory of Ha
waii, at the close of business,
April 30th. 1902.
n.iiiK nncl DUeounts
unscc nud . .
I S lluiids to urc elr
I dilation . ...
H' S Honda to secure U
S Deposits . . .
Premiums on 1'. S. Bonds
HaiihliiK house, furtiltuie
ami nt tires . . .
12.0 mi no
9 ST1 TS
1.1 "S I 24
27 351 40
I t',40 00
)u irom State Hanks and
' lllnbat J
I Due from npproed
at i c arc Ills
Iiitirn.il Itecnue Stamps
C'hec ks and other cash
N'utis of other National
fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents . ...
Specie JIS1.S42 90
notes . . 240 00
Redemption fund with U.
, S Treasurer (.".J of
Total $1,388,330 99
Capital stock paid ln....$
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid
National Hank notes out
standing 500,000 00
IS l'J3!i 00
. Due to Slate Hanks and
Ject to check
Demand certificates of de
posit I'ulttd States deposits ..
Deposits of IT S disburs
ing officers ...
Liabilities other than
those above stated ....
Terrltoiv of Hawaii,
Island of Oahn, ss'
I W O. Cooper. Cashier of the above
ticnied bank, do solemnly s.venr that
the above statement Is trim to the best
of mv knowledge and belief.
W. 0 COOPER,
MARK P. ROBINSON,
I. I. McCANDLESS,
T, J. WALLER
Subscribed nnd swoin to befoio me
this 21st daj of Ma, 1902
CEO I. HIGELOW.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of the Estnto
of Akol, late of Kallua, Koolaunoko.
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
deceased Intestate, notice Is hereby
given to nil persons having claims
against the said estate to- present tho
same, with proper vouchers, If any ex
ist, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by morlgago or otherwise, to tho
undersigned, nt his offlco In
snld Honolulu, within six months
flora tho date of this notice, or
they will be forever barred, And all
persons Indebted to said estate aro
hereby requested to make Inimedlato
pajment thereof to the undersigned.
f CHANfJ KIM,
Caie of Chinese News 18 King St,
Administrator of the Estate of Akol,
"liated Honolulu T H, May 22, 1902
2151 May 22, 29, Juno 5, 12.
Tho average number of Inmates In
Hcllevuc Hospital, New York Is equil
to that of n good-sized town that Is, It
Is from 2000 to J00O and of these a
good many are unable to help them
selves. Utirglais nt Indianapolis befon hav
ing n htore tiny had broken Into lulled
the police by ti b phone and reported
the break Then the) escaped
i BENEFIT Hi
SOME SURPRISES WILL
BE SURELY SPRUNG
Elks Will Turn Out In Large Numbers-Supper
After the Play
A Few Seats
There will hardly be standing room
at the Opera House tonight to witness
the Frederick Wardc company In their
production of "The Mountebank." a
play which Is counted one of the best
In the repertoire of. the company and
one which the Elks arc delighted to
line played on the occasion of their
While the Elks will not attend In a
body still the house will be so full of
them nnd their ladles that they will
certainly loom up In great shape Each
Elk will wear some emblem of the or
der nnd will be prepared to Join in
any demonstration that mar present It
self. Frederick Wnrdc as a prominent Elk
will be the recipient of tributes that he
will cherish long after he has departed,
the shore? of this countr which he
has learned to love so well He will
be given nn ovation the like of which
the Opera House has never seen. A
number of surprises are In store
The Elks men Jollj lot and lifter
shedding teirs over the plav tonight
thev will blossom forth again In their
habitual fianic of mind and will repair
to vailons hostelrles and restaurants
where thej will Indulge in sumptuous
Tin re ire Just n few good seats leff
for tonight but tin so v III pioliablv all
lie taken before the uirtiln goeg up
TROUBLE WITH BOARD
OF HEALTH INSPECTORS
Police Assistance Called ForOI2MS
Had Hard Struggle To Subdue
guese. Manuel Soma, a voting Portuguese,
got himself very much disliked jes
tenia) afternoon by people on Punch
bowl street, a couple of blocks or so
mauka of tho Mormon church.
Inspector Vlvlchaves went up In
that direction yestciday and entered
the Uush premises, where he found In
the tear of the place a large pile of
rubbish wfiich had evidently lecu
standing there for a long time. Mrs.
Uush stated that none of her people
wcio to blame for the rubbish. Tho
Portuguese In the )ard were tho guilty
Vlvlchaves went to the houses ludi
cated and there found n Portuguese
woman who, in her turn, denied hav
ing had an) thing to do with the accu
mulation of tho rubbish Vlvlchaves
passed on nud was on the point of
making further Investigations when
stiddenl) there emerged from the
house n wllde)cd jottng Portuguese
with nothing on but a palr'ol trousers.
He blandished his arms and swore de
structlon to all Government officials
from the Governor down.
Vlvlchaves Immediately went to a
rtelephono nnd gave the particular to
Inspector Tracy, who arrived shortly
afterwards. In the meantime, the Por.
tuguese, Manuel Soma, was out in tho
street using language Vhlch caused
the most hardened In the targe crowd
to blush wTIh shame.
It Boon occurred to someone to send
for tho police officers. Mulcltner, Kn
ne nnd the patrol wagon were soon on
the scene. Tho pollco officers cloBcd
In hut Souza would not givo In. He
fought llko a landman and nil tho way
to the pollc'e Btatlon he had to bo pin
loncd nnd held by two off Iters.
He wns meek enough In tho Pollco
Court this forenoon. To the charge of
drunkenness he pleaded guilty and
was lined $2 and costs, but to tho
chargo of using profane Innguago ho
pleaded not guilty. Tho evidence wns
overwhelming nnd he was flned $5
and costs on being found guilty.
A free sliver man out, In Arkansas
refused to celebrate his golden wed
ding He announced that there
shouldn't be "any darnel plutocrat
doln's around his shack'" Exchange
Sealed Terniors will ho received tin
til 12 ill of Thursday, June &th, l'ltl
for furnishing all the labor and mate
rials and Constructing lTle Structures
to connect Hackfeld Whorl with Wag
on Road, and Queen Street with Road
at Head or Slip between Hackfeld
Wharf and Queen Street llulkheud
Specifications and plans on file in
Office of tho Superintendent ot Public
The Superintendent of Public
Works leserves tho right to lejcct ait)
or all bids JMES II IIOYI1
Superintend! nt 01 Public Woils
Sunday Bulletin $1.25 per year.
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S i'i,r t io
t cS it it
Full moon Wednesday night.
Tides from the United Btates Coast
tnd Oeodetlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul anu Hllo occur
iboul an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Timo Is 10b. 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
uat of the meridian of 167.30. The
iluio whistle ..owe at 1m0 p. in., whlcn
s tho same as Qreenwlcn, Uu 0m.
Weather Iliireau. Punahou, May 22.
Tempernture Morning minimum,
72. Midday maximum, 81.
llaiometer at 9 a m. 30 OS Steady
Dew Point 07F.
, Humidity at On. m. 71 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon Mi)
JJ. Weather clear, wind flesh NE
Thursday, Ma .
Stmr ll"lene Nlcbnl'fin. from lln
wan aim .viaui ions mm n ' s'
of Btigur, nt (1 n m. I
Am. Iik OI)inplc, Evans 19 iIivf
fiom San Frninlsco with 330 tons of
tjinual tneri hendlse 7 horses 11
mulcts and 2 passengers; nt Irmgaru
Am srhr Ariel from MnhiiKuni, at
anchor olf port; Jiere for (tilloii nud
Stmr Mikahnla, Gregory, for Ele
ole, Makawell, Walmen and Kcknha,
it 5 p in.
Stmr Nllhnu Thompson, for Ana
hola nt 5 p. m
From Ran Frnrtclsco per bark OI) tu
ple Ma) 22 Mr and Mrs.'G II lrby 1
From Maul per stmr
2 Captain Clark
What Is Warde's masterpiece? This
Is becoming n ver) dlfTM It question
for Honolulu theater-goers to nuswer.
In fact ttf town Is so tlMinughl) car
ried away with the splendid ceason of
Shakespearian pla)s that It has little
time or desire to enter Into the fcupei
lorlty of specific performances Each
night finds the Opera Hoiibo now dec),
ond the audience enthusiastic Each
night finds the same perfection of por
tra)al b)' Warde and ills support.
A most consistent Intel prutitlo,) of
Macbeth was given last evening bv Mr
Wnide. Opinion Is divided as lo wheth
er this Is one of the actors 'cst parts,
though the popular opinion U gauge!
largely by the character itself rather
than upon the manner In which Warle
portrn)s It His rendition Is bvholnr
I) and consistent In every detail, nnd
never fails to mfcet with approval Mlas
Tnscott as Lady Macbeth gave a very
forceful performance and shared hon
ors with tho star. Mr Herman ias n
splendid Macduff, In fact H1I3 htorllng
actor Invariably handles lending parts
In n most satisfactory manner Mr
lohnhtone who has become a, favorite
pla)ed tho First Witch most aceept-
obly Tho role In which this rrtltt ills
pla a weak points has )ct to b' seer,
on the Honolulu stnge. .Ml no- parts
were plo)ed with that perfection of de
tall which makes the Warrto compnn)
great an a whole. One of the secrets of
Warde's success seems to be in his
ability to Inspire members cf his com
pnny with a desire to "act v. ell your
part, there all the honor Lei," Tho
star docs not endeavor to make his lole
Impresslvo thiough tho, weak points of
his support, nor does there nppcir my
of the petty bids for honors bo o'ten
Been on the local Btage Tho vVirde
company seeks favor through honest
nnd artistic portra)al from ll.o Btar to
the most Insignificant detail of Mage
setting. It gains approval Unoiuh
The case of Lee Sheong, charged
w Itli iissault and battery on little Sam
Crowell, came up for trial In tho Po
llco Court today. Defendant pleaded
pot guilty and was defended by Attor
ney Ilrooks who, upon his client being
found guilty mid sentenced to pay a
fine of HO nnd costs, noted an appeal
Little Sam was so badly frightened
on the stand that ho could not testify
and wns taken off. His brother Q sorgo
nnd a native boy testified positively
that the defendant had stamped on
Tho Chinaman did not tell a very
sti night story on the stand Ho nnd
niinthei witness for tho defense said
Sam stole an apple but (hat the de
fendant only (i Ird nut to him to drop
It, not leaving his stoic for a second
These Chinamen mnde n great point
of the fnct that they laughed ovei tho
ripple episode until the) nearl) split
thi ll sides
Judge Wilcox Mild the attitude of
ttv litiendant on tlieTTnnd wns not
inli ulated to Insplio him with much
fonliTlince He believed the tostlinon)
of tin tw'u bo) and would find tho do
'I'm Evenlag Bulletin, 75 centB per
SPECIAL SIX DAYS OPPORTUNITY
TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
AT HALF -
MOO Trimming this week for $4.00
$7.00 Trimmings this week for $3.50
$5 00 Trimmings this week for $2.50
$4.00 Trimmings this week for $2.00
$2.00 Trimmings this week for $1.00
$1.00 Trimmings this week for $ .50
$ .50 Trimmings this week for $ .25
We murnrelv believe that our TRIMMINQ DEPARTMENT has al
ways been a verv satisfactory one for our customers. Tho patronngo
which tt enjoy from Honolulu's best dressmakers warrants us In
congr-itulatln ourselves that our efforts to keep It always up to the
pace net by Dame Fashion, have been entirely successful.
Cut though we work hard to keep our stock Just right, like every
body elfle we sometimes make mistakes Our New York man, ever
nlert to keep 111 supplied with plenty of the best, has this time sent us
too nimh Consequently wo nre overstocked. Hut ou know tho old
saying US an Ill-wind that blows nobody good"
In order to reduce our stock, tor SIX DAYS wo will otfeT a largo
quantity or TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE. This Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVERS, APPLIQUES, Etc., In CHIFFON, TAFFETA and LACES.
No 'hinges have been made In the prices marked on (ho goods.
Wlinl'vr tli price joit pay only half but this for six dajs only.
THO 5 AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DRESSMAKERS.
IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
MADE BY 1
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A8TI, 8ON0MI COUNTY, CALIPORMA.
THE LARGEST VINCVARD IN THE WORLD.
TIicm! win . have taken the gold medals and reeclred the highest
nwtuds at ell tl' leient
and nre n w nit 1 the world over for their puilty nnd excellence of qual
it). Tud aul families supplied b) the following Jobbers.
WALTERS-WALDRON CO., LTD.
GONSALVES & CO,
GOMES &. McTIGHE.
JOS. HARTMAN &. CO.
S. I SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
For Wont Column See I'age six
FOR REJVT Fu-nUhed nouse of 8
rooms k'ch'O oalii, etc, alBo 2
room iMtut", lthln lO'ralnutes of
postottlc" Addre A C. Iltllletln
ROOM TO RINT-very desirable fur -
nlsbed iMoai hr7 Ileretnnla St.. 3
doors uIiovj p-r home. 2134 2w
TO LET PMDle 'tnow that Pacheeo's
Dandi-ff l-"u i is a preparation of
soothing in I hMllug powcis. At
Union Qirbr ahop
FOR SALE r ttilture of room cot
tnge, almost new privilege of rent-
ing cort.iii' h(in is central!) lo
cated iili.--" f L, this ofTIce
LOST Ilu i " i- mp one month
edd pur m Return to Ilulle
tln off' " R-v ird 21J4 lw
ZcJST V iln in evening, pair pearl
opera ii,. initials engraved, on
paid lor dj
upij .House- Reward
flndei to Hullo
LOST Pa, T i tllMiop & Co Sav.
Ings Hank No 252S Finder return
to M PhiUipv i Co.'
GET EVERYTHING IN
If ync wt,h to take a picture
of a group a wide building, an
extensive naiNcape, or an) thing
else of th kind )ou need an
Take x pi 'nre with a scopo
of about i uegrees Call tor
free cuutiiu showing pictures,
There was bou. mistake about tho
humiliation lenrdlng David Kanewa
mil's reinovn irom the Queen's Hospl
tnl )csterdiy attetnoon It was learn
ed on good amliorlty that the )oung
man had been taken to his home1, but
tho truth of the matter Is that the doe
ois, upon the ii rival of the patrol wag
on at tho hospital decided that tho
tilp could not lu undei taken to Kane
wiiniil was lelr at the hospital, wheie
be still lemiliu Ml Eiklmnlt Bail to
iU) that the ymtig man was slightly
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding Performances of
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
I Frederick Warde
and his distinguished organlza
tlon. who will present tho fol
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Thursday MAY 22 Night
Saturda) MAY 24 Matinee
Satuuln) MAY 24 Night
Cuntiltte fertile Prtxliutiom, arnmur
imt timet, eti. , Mn-vlalU I roujrht lor e"uh
ilft) UtIr Uarile ntifjiiM, fupjM.rt
IniC Jiii.itn fit luditiic tcr C fiarles
I) llrrii.tii R irr Jolnntotic H.trr ,
lUrton I ratuU I MiC.lnn J hn L
Hnci 1li.w Antiemetic Jitiu, irxhiU
I)ie Treiw ut, Ma Wantc Attceti 1 er
telle, aitl 15 titliet
CAI I. OP PKICIS I mite 1oer
tlocir fi $0 I antltv Circle, excel l frwrt
row Jitnj Iijtes liouu Itoxci f 15 on
ijt 04 ale i Will, NktiiU Cu ht
I Ik remainiii,, iwrlortnaiKc
Still injthe Field
E C. ROWE
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its blanches, and will be pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
ns new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Esquimau Is the only place In the
British empire, according to a recent
climatologleal report, that exceeds
London In cloudiness Esquimau Is
nlso the dampest place In the cmplie
while Adelaide, In Australia, Is the
dr)cBt Ceylon Is the hottest and North
i west Canada Is the coldest possession
that the Diltlsh tlag lloits over.
T6aul the end of the nilncc plo
stage Willie put down bin spoon and
pushed aw a) hlb unfinished trllle
' Why, Willie ' slid his fathei what's
the muttei" You look quite mourn
ful" 'Yes ' icplled Willie "thats
Just it I m more n full." And tho
Innocent child wondered. wh) evei)
bodv laughel Loudon Globe.
Mis Ralle) Slade, who recentl) died
In Newpoit, R I, was a lineal descen
dant of Mai) Chilton, the first woman
to set foot on Pi) mouth Rock on the
limllng of the Pllgilins fiom the Ma),
flow e r
65 Queen St.
ON FRIDAY, MAY 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the promises oT tno Iolanl College,
Bates street, Just Ewn ot Nuuanu ave
nue, I will sell at public auction by or
der of 11ISHOP WILMS, tho cntlru
household furniture, consisting of
Parlor furnlluio, chairs, rockera
Pictures, box couch,
Large number wooden and lion dou
ble nud 3 t beds.
Uurcaus, wnnhstands center tables
Mniblo top tables, wardrobes,
Rookcases, book bticlves, koa
Cedar chct-tBi chiffoniers,
Mnttlnc docks, Bowing bo'ces,
Medicine chests, wilting tables,
Dining table, ,
Sideboards, brio a brae.
Crockery, glassware, provisions,
Meat safes, Ico box,
Kitchen utensils, lamps, Alter,
A large number of pigeons and
Ferns and plants, together with tho
Also nit the athletic apparatus.
School benches, blackboards.
Grand piano, etc.
And n brake, rocknway country
wagon, harness, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LAUNCH and SAIL
OH SATURDAY, MAY 24th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Iioat Landing I will sell
One Gasoline Launch 30 feet long
7 feet beam, I horsepower, speed about
0 knots, together with 2 anchors and
cables The boat Is loomy and com
fortable. Is a good sea boat and h, in
good condition. A license good for
four months goes with the launch.
I will nlso sell a cutter rigged open
sail boat. 22 feet long, 0 12 feet beam,
together with tho new mainsail Jib
sp-irs, rudder, etc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 241b
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. '
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, t
will sell nt Public Auction
New Dry Goods, consisting of
Cottonadcs, Drill, Elastic Lining,
Cambilc, Elastic Duck,
Diess Goods, Crepe, Iilack Satin,
Silk Goods, Ilengallne, Alpaca,
Chambrn)s, Navy and Blue Prints,
riannels, Tailor Goods,
India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
Beds, Bureaus, Washstnnds,
Nets, Harness, Rope, Picks,
Shovels, and a large quantity ot oth
Jas. F. Morgan,
85 (Qhaeem 81