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EVENING DUU.ETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. SATURDAY. MAV 21, 1902.
l..MBf TU - . ,
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Dloplny.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
GET GOOD BUTTER?
If yoit don't, you had butter confide jour troubles to us and let
us straighten them out. Our
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
Is everywhere conceded to ho the best. It Is pure, sweet and fresh,
and wo guarantee. It. The best will spoil in this cllmnto If you nllow
It to become soft, so It Is often your fault and no other that your
butter is bad. Wo also have WHITE CLOVER BUTTER at 35c,
CLEAR BROOK BUTTER at 35: and MRS. VON TEMPSKY'S 1SL.
Telephone your order and wo will deliver promptly. Wo send
our butter out in neat cardboard cartons which keep It from contact
with other food In tho Ice cheat.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Just arrived. Tho potatoes will
prove a treat and tho oranges
are very excellent, full of Juice
and sweet, Tho warm weather
makes iced drinks quite popular
and tho favorlto flavors aro
Welsh's Grape Juice
Telephone your orders and
don't forget our fresh candles.
H. MAY & GO.
The Populur Grocery.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
That there is quality In
upholstering Is amply de
monstrated by the class of
work wo do.
Wo make couches, mat
tresses, etc., and have
men who understand their
FURNITURE GO, .Limited
FALLS TO HIS DEATH
Explosion of Gasolene Caused Bis
Airship to Collapse--Fell Like
a Stone 1590
Paris. Mny 12. The dealh of Scnhor
Severe the Brazilian aeronaut, who,
with an asslstnnt, was killed this morn
ing by the explosion nf his airship I.a
Palx, In which ho was making a trial
trip, created terrible consternation,
Scnhor Severe started with tho Inten
tion of falling to the military parada
grounds at lssy. and n large number ot
his relatives and friends were proceed'
lng In the direction of that vlllago, sit
unted five miles southwest of I'arls,
With' an engineer, named Sachet, go
vern prilled out of his balloon house
near the Iloulcvard de Vnuglrnde, at
5.30 a. m.. In excellent spirits, and,
full of ctsfldencc, tho neronaut put
his airship through a serleB of evolu
tions before starting In tho direction
of Issy. There seemed to be soma
hitch with the steering gear, and tho
rear propelling screw turned with dif
ficulty Nevertheless, niter several
stoppages, the airship sailed olT, mov
ing steadily euough through a light
Suddenly a puff of wind caught tin
ship and whirkd It over the Avcnuci
du Maine. The ship turned complolo
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York. May 16. Coffee Spot
Rio, steady. No, 7 Invoice, 5 7-16c.
Mild, quiet. Cordova, 8 1-2 to 12c. Fu
tures closed quiet, net 5 points higher.
Total sales, 27,500 bags, Including:
June. 5.20c: July, 5.3Cc; August. 5.40c;
eptember, S.S0 to 5.55c; October, 5.60c;
December, 5.75c; January, 535c,
Sugar Raw, steady. Fair refining,
2 7-8e. Centrifugal, 96 test, 3 7-16e. Mo
lasses sugar, 2 1 1-16c. Refined was
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 138 Hotel SL
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
I'lrst National Saloon.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
J. C. Axtcll Is prepared to renovate
tombstones and monuments. Tel. lllua
Notice to Intending passenger p?
S. S. Sierra leaving May 27 is published
on page S,
Furniture of a soven-room house will
be sold at private sale. See ad under
Handsome line of summer skirts for
ladles, at N. S. Sachs Dry floods Co,
this week. Sec ad,
Notice of Intention to foreclose mort
gage of I) II. Aukal to .1. M. Monsarrat
appears on page S of this Issue.
Mr. and Mrs. Thco. Richards enter
tained tho Cousins' Society jeitenl.iy
from 4 to ft at their home on Kln.ui
The steamship Amerlcn Maru arriv
od nom Oriental ports last eening
dneklng at the channel wharf nt '.' M
Mrs V. W. Hall has kindly oiisetit
ed to gic the Oettysbuig addrcM at the
Memorial I)aj services nt th.- cetueier
Ilourbon Whiskey, 6 years old. J3.50;
ly round and veered nbout In a fosh-1 claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay,
Ion showing control of her had been
lost, Then rnmc from tho center ol
the outer envelope a tongue of flame
This was followed by n loud report, re
sembllng ii cannon shot, and tha ship,
at that time 1000 feet abovo tha
ground, sank like a stone, falling on
the roof of a house, thence Into some
trees, and finally reaching tha Avcuut
rtu Maine, nlinost on top of Its ccti
pants, who had previously been preclp
Itnted to the stono pavement.
The fearfully mangled corpses ol
Severo and Sachet were conveyed In n
neighboring police station. The bodies
presented a horrible, spectacle, cspo
dally that ol Sachet.
WANTS MORE SIGNERS
cents a gallon at HoIIschlaeger Co.'s,
News came by the porn lodaj that
George It. Carter would be b.i-k on the
2Mb Inst., or, falling to ome at th.it
time, he would sure! be ba;'; ou June
After the inspection of tho .ollp to
d.i), the men were given a hard Jill)
and then the mounted patrolmen unit
out In a body for u p.ir.ule aUo.it the
Among the arrival from llllo and
way ports In the Klnait tdjy were
the following- W. II. Coriiwcll, Jus.
II. Iloyd. C. II. Dwlght. C. Kniser. 11.
U. Gehr. A. W. Carter, J. Hind and It.
Wnno, charged with common nui
sance. In the Police Court this morning.
bad his case nolle pros'd. Kahooulu,
charged with assault and battery on
Cant. Kllla. was fined itn unil cost..
What hat become of the temper- George Kla, same charge. Mrs. Kli
ancc work tarried on by tho Murphy being the complaining witness, wiu
Club?' Bulletin. fined the same amount.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Jnswer A subscription Is being circulated to
to the above editorial query In yester- ruUo 2u t0 Ben(l Ah Pal home to
day's Issue of your paper, I wish to
state the following as to the work of
the Murphy Club:
It Is still carrying on the temperance
work nt its headquarters at Queen
Emma Hall, end Its officers, members
and pledge signers extend a cordial In
vitation to the wholo stnff ot the
Evening Bulletin from the editor
down to the printer's devil, to come
and sign the Murphy temperance,
pledgeand help along tho good work
after they have dotio so.
MOSES K. NAKt'lNA.
President Francis Murphy Tcmpeinnce
Club So 1.
WARDE'S 1AST TIME
Mr Wnrde presents his greatest etc
atlon tonight at the Opera House, it
Is the famous Roman play "Vlrglulus"
with Its atrcoi.pherc of purity and vir
tue. In the title rolo which Mr. Wurdo
opened his reason here, he Is seen al
his best. If he were asked' which was
his favorite rnio of the many he por
tray, he would undoubtedly suy "Vlr
glnlus." The other roles are nlo In
strong hands. Mr. Herman ns Applua
Claudius. Mr. Johnstone as Icllllut.
Miss Ai-hton as Virginia and Miss Tre.
cott a; Servlu aro all Hint could he de
sired. ' Julius Caesar" Is being plajed
nt the matinee, today. On Moimav the
faiewdl performance of the Wardc
Ants do, If given the Antoline
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant extermlnotor. If
tho pests use It onco they nev
er do nl'aln.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 663; Tel Blue 71; Room
3. Sprecke'i BulldtLg.
Telephone the EVENINO BULLE
TIN, Main 266, If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., otc,
and we will call. We have men that
know their bualnei (or taat purpose.
An accident which might easily have
had serious results happened thin
morning at about IP o'clock near tint
postoillcc A Chinese and u Japanese
came driving down Bethel street In an
express wagon druwn by a team of duo
Intrying to make a short turn around
tho postolIUv corner tho wugon upset,
falling one side with two wheels up
wards. The Orientals were spilled out
on the street hut were not hint. Luck
ily the mules did not live up to their
reputation as kickers but stood perfect
ly still until tho wagon bad been righted.
By being persuaded Into buying a sho
said to bo as good as Hanan't. We
have their line In everything they
make. There Is but one Hanan, and
we ore their agents. Today, we show
you the "REX" PATENT COLT L"AC
This Boot sells for J". 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.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, tf X
Office Stanaenwatd ldi- M
chant Street. Tel. Main S6S.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, May 24, 1902
NAME OF STOCK
rti up c;
L.B.Km Co Ltd..
fe PUntttfenCo ....
Hawaiian Com.A Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Hononu Surr Co ....
HonokaaSuc" Co ....
Haiku Sugar Co......
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kltifl Plant Co .Lti...
Kltahulu Sufif Co t6o,ono
Kolfta Surar Co . . .t oc,om
MBrydtbuCo..Ld. . I.vw.ooo
0ttSuearCo, . . 1.600,003 too
Onoma SugarCo i,oono
Ookala Sutar Plan Co. y.ool
OlaaSu Co., Ltd., ail te;,
Olaa u Co Ltd pi up J loo.oo1
Olowxlu Comrany i i$o,oo! toe
Paauhau Su f'lan Co ooo.ou jol
rac'm bupar Mill joo.ao?
f'ala Planta'ion Co . I tio.ooi
PrrMkfri St Kr Co ... ojoa- law
Pioneer Mill Co 17,00, too
Walalua Apn Co I (,$30,000 toe
Wailut uSupar Co . .
VValmta Mill Co
lntefIUnJ StamN Co
Hawaiian tictrk Co
Hon Rarld T & L. Co
Mutual Tflfrhon Co .
Oihu Ry&l. Co
Hawaiian Oov ptt cent
H1I0H R(n percent
Hon Rapid Transit ....
Cwa plantjt n 6 per cent
uanu knlu r r c
Oahu Plantation 6 p e ,
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walatua Acrkul 6p c
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
hns started In huslness again now nt
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he la prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
in all Its hrnnUies, nnd will bo. planned
to see nil ol his old patrons, as well
as nevs ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. 0. DOX 293,
The tug-of-war pull which was to
have taken place at the Aula warehniihe
tonight for the benefit of the teams,
has been called off. It hail been arrang
ed that the I'.ieltlc Hardware team
whli li won the contest, nnd a team
Picked fiom the rest of tho teams,
should pull In tho waiehouse. the man
agement furnishing npparatus. lights
etc. nnd the recelptH to he dHliled
among the tejms.
The I'jcillc llnrdwuie team finally
bar ked out, owing to the fart thai their
men were not In training as Uic hail
been celebrating the winning of the
championship In n Jojous and tlttlng
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
China. He has lled ncrc oer forty
ears, and was n merchant, until the
Arc of 1900 swept all his property
eway. Now he Is stricken with eon-
sumption and his physician has ad
vised blm to return to his nathe land.
The committees appointed yesterday
by Governor Cooper to take charge ol
the Kourth of July celebration will
meet In the hall of the House of Itepre
sentatUes at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
It Is understood that the work has been
carried on with such lgnr today that
some of the committees will ho ready
The following sugar remains on Ma
wall Olaa. Iti.'JTS; Walukea, -lunD;
Hawaii Mill, 300u: Waluaku, none.
Onomc.i. 20.1100: I'epeekeo. 7000; Ho
iiomu. r.oou. Hukalau. none: Laupi
hoehoe. U'.'mo: Ookala. H200, Klik.mij.
150U. I'uauhau. boo. Hunokaa, .'nmi:
Kukiilhiiele. lOnO: I'unaluu. ST00, Ho
Tho Hc. C. V. Anlhony, for many
years one of the leading ministers of
the Methodist Kpliiiop.il church In Cal
ifornia, together with his biother and
nleco of Santa Crux, nrrhed by the
l'cni this morning. I)r Anthony was
pastor In this city in the jears lSBO-iil.
They are at lluaalclcu Lawn and will
sojourn In the city a month or more.
Methodist episcopal Church. Miller
and lletetaulu streets. 0 L. Pearson
pastor, services tomorrow as follows'
10 n. in.. Sunday school, 11 n. m. and
T 30 p. m . public worship and sermon;
Mthjeilk. "Rod Ills Natuie and Char
actei " and "Discounting the 1'uttire
Kpwoith League at 20 p. m "Mod
ern Mlsslonuiy Achievements." A
welcome alwajs to all
The Wall Nli hols Co has Just tome
out with a !i neat II ml- pnnii hl.t
on the "LbHentlals of I'olu.' Com
pundenee whlcli besides giving valua
ble Infoimatlon. coniulns jjniplcn ol
Just what people want In Hie 'I lie ot
cards. The pamphlet was piepared by
Jack Hoiaie Matt of C'l'ivel.uid. who
Is lu charge of the stationery depart
ment of the Wall, NlchoU Co.
The police, foot and mouuted, wire
drawn up In line lu the police stalluti
yard this forenoon, all dress'il In their
very best clothes and tiovert.or Cooper
and Attorney Oeneral Dole, with frith
Sheriff. Drown, Inspected the men ,iiid
remained milte a while examining
their outfits and clothes. Hepitt
Sll-rlff Chllllngworth was not present
on account of being busy with the work
of prosecuting In tho I'nllcu Cojrt.
JONES WILL RETIRE
Washington. May 10. Senator John
I'. Jones of Nevada announced Ills le
tliement toiinv lu conversation with
lili'iuls. Hi' will leave the Senate next
Miiich after a service nt five ciiiim-cii
thfteinis friini li'.l. Senator Jones
is now 7.1 vcniit of age and mih lie
wants to retire vshlle lu the full pob
sessluii of hix I'ai'Ultli'H Ilepiesoitu
the Neulah'is Is 111 training m sue
ceed him, and fiiim this end ol the line
appeals to have excellent piospeit
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale oi
stocks and bonds carcfuly and promil
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401. 4th floor. SUnnnv
wild Bldg. Postofflee box 390; Tele
phone Main Ml.
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than auywhero else.
Kach department lu chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators are graduate
dentists m the best-recognized schools
In the l'. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the city; wo have
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge, specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to dato.
We can save you money on your den
tal work. We will tell jou in advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth .
Sliver Fillings . ..
THE LAST BOOK
All our Instruments ure thoroughly
slcrlll7ed before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom I. Willi Ilulldlng, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, S a. m. to ii p, in.
Sundays 9 a. m. to 12 in.
FRANK R. STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
156 Hotel Street
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Dlrck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public
Trie weekly edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin Is the largesc ana best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Kew houses In Caracas. Veiuviiel.i.
are more tluin one stoiv high. IVumse
of the danger fiom eartlupialie.
GET EVERYTHING IN
If )ou wish to take n picture
of a group, a wido building, an
extensive landscape, or an) thing
else of the Mud, you neeil un
TaKi ii pliture with a bei.pi'
ol about 1 Mi uegiiM'H Call tor
fn . catalogue showing plumes.
NO. 10 8T0IJU
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The bcHt collection In the city unil much
lower than iimuiiI price (or
ONE WUUK ONLY.