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SUNDAT BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, 11., SUNDAY, MAYi;, 1902.
Agents, Broker and Jobber.
W, G. Irwin & Go,
AMERICAN POLO PLAYERS TO MEET
THE CHAMPIONS OF ALL ENGLAND
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ol Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnne Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.' Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & 8ons' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFCll FOIl SALE:
Farafllne Paint Co.'s P.& n. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw nnd boiled,
lndurino (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Wnlmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F, Make Steam Pumps.
The New England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lfd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. II. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulut Railroad Co.,
Wm. G, Irwin & Go
F0XHALLKEEUZ JlHmTEIZDWZ!r ROBERT J, COLLIEU ,'
wKaj liEiifliiBssi''Xi'iti'ft!i''iE W iiiiiiiQbiiis ttKIKrSUUB F
I KllllflBlllHHllHIllllVHIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll "to lr TU -I
Gentleman a Perfecjt
Stranger to the Lady
A young married couple from tho
country, of course attended an exhibi
tion of "dissolving views." The bride,
being very pretty, attracted the atten'
tlon of a stylish looking city gentle
man who happened to occupy tho same
i.cat with tho happy pair. During the
exhibition the part of the hall occupied
by tho audience was obscured. By
some accident the lights ncnt out also!
r. W. Beardsle.
Oeo. W. Page.
BEARDSLEE 5fc PAOB
Architects and Builder.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. H. '
Sketches and Correct Estimate tu
nlshed on Short Notice.
V. HOFFMANN F. RILBY
Hoffman & Riley
P, O. Hot Ife
on the stage. .During the darkness the
young man from the city pressed the
hand of the bride. She was much
alarmed, but offered no resistance.
Then he actually leaned over and kiss
ed her. This was too much, nnd tho
wlfo resolved to tell her husband.
"This feller's kissing me."
"Well, tell him to quit."
"No, John, you tell him."
"No, John, I don't like to tell blm.
You tell him. The gentleman Is a per
fect stranger to me."
American polo players will meet the beat polo players of England at Huillngham on Saturday next In what will be the grentost polo contest the
woild has ever witnessed. The greatest throng of fashionables that ever assembled to Bee a game Is expected to be at Hurllngham on the day of tho
battle. The match will be for the Westchester cup. The Idea of the contest oilglnated with Geo. J.Gould, who Is Intensely Interested in tho outcome.
Foxhall Keene, the star player or the American team, has recovered from his recent Injuries In time for tllo game. J. M. Waterbury and his
brother will be nmong the leading American players. They have had no experience In tho English style or polo but have been training for the event.
Robert J. Collier, the famous follower or the hounds and polo player, will be on hand In case nn accident should prevent nny of tho3e present from
Great Heat From
It is a ccueral opinion that Incandea
1 cent electric lamps glvo out compara-
lively small quantities of beat. Mens
lutementB show, however, that of tho
'energy of the current only G per cent
1 Is turned Into light; the other 91 per
cent manifests Itself as heat. Inflam
1 mnble substances near Incandescent
jlamps are readily Ignited. It a lli-can-
die power lamp lighted by a current
i nf 100 vnlta lin Immersed in n vessel
containing' 300 grams (10 1-2 ounces)
or water, it will bring the water to
boiling point in an hour. Celluloid
near such a lamp Is Inflamed In five
minutes. These and other experi
ments of the sort direct attention to
the necessity of care even with elec
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly altendM to.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal. '
Allen 5fc Robinson,
queen Btreet, Honolulu.
18 - MOVBD
ro rear of old stand. Entrance ea
King street. Order left at either tkoj
or office at John Nott's store, Kiai
street, will receive prompt attention.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Caw Co.
iiimin on PMIIdslphll.U.S.A.
America's Olrlpct nnH
Largest Watch Factory
For alo by
The Principal Watch
.. Dealers In
KEEPING KING EDWARD IN GOOD HEALTH FOR CORONATION
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. HackfelcU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street. Honolulu.
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Oeo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FltANCISCO, CAL.
uuviousiy It is of the first Impop ninto friend of blm. Iglvlng the King the very best medical , vorlte tastes In drinks was a glass of rrom drinking beer, except very spar-1
tnnce that King Edward should be at ThlB bns been carried so fnr that tins about his health nnd how to keen beer. Jinny years oeo. when ho was lnzlv. He likes good champagne, but
least fit and well tor his coronation the King lias Invented a special royal It, Is not by nny means a faddist and ' down with tjphold fever nnd fntnl re-must take very little of It, for he finds
ceremonies, nnd nobody la more nllvo appointment for young Mr. Guy I.nk- never preaches. The general advice stilts were feared, tho first thing that that his wine drinking abilities are not '
to that fact than King Edward hlm-'lng. the eldest Bon of Sir Francis, who which he openly oilers Is, "Do what ho asked for when ho recovered con- whnl they used to be. As for diet, he
seir. The ract Is that ever since tho , was a nnrtner In a business firm, nnd vou like, eat what ou like, drink what FclousnesH after a "onst Interval was a flnds It necessary to torego many or !
death ot Queen Victoria the efforts who has been appointed to advise the 'you 111c. smoke what you like, but do gTass.of beer. Who favorite tastes of his youth, and t ni ,. D,,.? ..j Lf.. o ..
i- - i i xsui.ot vui. uuulu uuu rviuic nunniH,
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD. .
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co..
The Planters' Line of San Francisco'
Packets. Cbas. Drower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF flFFlnRtlSf
0. M. Cooke, President: George
HObertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Serrotary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Wa
terhouae and Geo. It. Carter, Directors,
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Daloleo Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc,
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
bookB, etc. It, you are undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVEN
mat tne King has mrnle to keep him- King In all matters pertaining to an-.the whole thing sensibly and then )ou
evil 111 iimi ruie iieaun nave ueen, to tlques.
say tho least, curious nnd Interesting. I The reason why Sir Francis has
Queen Victoria had three principal thus gained such an ascendancy Is
doctors. One of them, and the chief, 'very simple. He Is Just the sort of
was Sir James Relit, her resident phy'nltth the King likes most. He Is after
slclan; the others were Sir Douglas Ills Majesty's heart In every respect,
Powell nnd Sir Francis Laklng. Asjnnd the King never discovered Mil so
soon as ever his royal mother had de-'well as Just after Queen Victoria's
parted. King Edward summoned the death, when he went to Germany for
last named to him, and since then he a short season and took Sir Francis
has held tho field against all comers with him. feeling nt that time very
as Ills Majesty's head physician. Tho much below the mark. The King nnd
King has a tremendous liking for Sir his doctor arc chums In the fullest
Francis, and. besides being his pa- senBo of the term,
tlcnt. makes the closest nnd most Intl- This Is becnuso the doctor while
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
DCMTB rl I ,?.,-.
glass .of beer. tho favorite tastes of his youth, and t OKIe. Bollth nm1 K,
Moreover. It is well knnnn that tihen nnwflrinva liven more or less according P. n Tin 991 'Phnn. 9R9 uain
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lilt IMIIB ,tUD 11 HUM Ul tVUI-JS UIIU U UltUll.Ul 1UII, B 1U1U UWHU UJ Jl
will be all right.'
Latterly the King has felt the necev ' moderately youtliful ho was In tho hab-. Francis. He has a
sltv ot havlnc Sir Francis In such 'it when In town ot naylftg visits alone, but nlwayB keens It
close touch with him that he has even In strict Incognito of course, to a small rour courses at dinner time at tho
had a telephone line run between Sir inn In tho west end of London, where jmost, nnd It Is this habit of tho King's
Francis' house In Pall Mall and the he used to sit In tho bar parlor and
royal residence. I I drink his glass or beer. The landlord,
Under his doctor's advice the King otter n time, knew very "well who his
keeps to all his old lastes, but Indulges jVlslfor was, but was not supposed to
In them ery moderately. In these know, and whpn one duy In an un
da s of majesty he Is particularly care-1 guarded moment Iip addressed him ns
fill as to what be eats and drlnlis, and ."Your Illghne.s." his greeting was ac
especially the latter. cepted with a coTd Ktnre. and tho
It Is a curious thing, but until not so Prince never went there again,
very long ag.) one of His Majesty's fa-1 fn these days the King Is precluded
which has mndo tho short dinner so
popular In London society.
When asked what wcro tho secrets
of long lite, Sir Francis said flint tbero
were three ot them. 'The first of
these," lio Bald, "Is tho conservation of '
energy, the second Is moderation and
tho third Is system. Tho greatest oft
the three Is tho conservation of energy. '
And you mustn't worry. That Is all."
down to thrco or the old Sewing Machine Agent, t still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, 8eamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
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Sudden Shock to
tlon who has self-possession will In- tlzfiig said to the preacher as they I
Production Last Year
type ot woman, who always appeals to
the man sitting nearest her. The ma
il on who has Beir-possesslon will In-
Min in AiirlfotirA varln,,'y Bncnli l0,,u -'""'eh '"' the
llldli III AUUICULC conductor to Hear, and yet retain her
I dignity. The masculine woman will
While a well known vaudeville team I
was performing on the stage nnd every j
one In the audience was listening ln-j
tently to the Jokes, suddenly tho hoiuo
was startled by a' cry which mingled
with the laughter.
Mrs. Downtrod And your cook docs-
Weekly edition ot the Bulletin $1 a
t: :t tt
n't want to eat with tho family?
I Mis. Meeker Oh. no: sho eats first
Ushers ran down the aisle nnd Boon,ni, wo tnllu what,8 ,.
were beside a man In evening dresB
who sat In the fiont row. His fnco ' IX IX XX XI li U XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XXXX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX
waa whiter than his shirt front. He
was stamping his feet with tho rapid
ity of a boy beating a drum, and every
moment n moan escaped him. !
Water and whiskey were brought,
but he pushed tho glasses away. The'
performers had stopped, nnd the nir
Mindful of the Risk. . , , n , , i n
One of the converts at a colored bap- (131 1113111 S IJOOK
tlzihg said to the preacher as they
were going down Into the mlllpond:
"Any alligators In ills yer mlllpon'?"
"My brother," said the preacher, "do
l.awd'11 take kcer er you. '
"Mebbe He Mill." mumbled tho
doubtful candidate for baptism, "but
illllgators Is mlghtly hongry In de lust
er de spilngtlmu! '
172G, and husband to Rosc-Clalrc Des
Vergers de Sanols (ot one of tho rich
est colonial families), was presented
by bis wlto with n daughter, who fivo
weeks later was christened Mario Joseph-Rose.
This Infant was Josephine.
When sho was threo yearB old a tor-
WHAT AMERICAN JOCKEYS j:
WILL EARN -
IN EUROPE THIS YEAR
The statistics of tho literary produc
tion of Great IJrltaln In 1900 have re
cently been tabulated by Mr. E. Salter rifle storm destroyed tho family plan
tation at Trols-Flets, and Josephine
passed her childhood In a sugar house,
the only building that had been weath
er proof. Sho attended tho convent at
Fort Royal and was graduated at fif
teen to play shuttlecock with the
hearts of tho young island officers. La
tor shcwas married, through the aid
of her worldly mint, Madame Itevaud
In. to Alexander, son of the Marquis
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT UM,
" trst at. Near he Poetoffle.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offlccs Rooms 208-209 Boston build
ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Ofllco, Main 385; Ite
Idence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to S
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. Box 801.
dlenco had ceased laughing, nnd v,lthl;j ranlcl .Mailer, who will ride for King IMwaid
ll-UUt BlllUllCIl llllVtl ttUlVlll'U iiiu n
strnngo proceeding. jj
Doctors In tho audience rushed for-1 j
ward to give their help, but they wcro jj
not needed. Ijj
"I'll bo all right In a moment," eatJ jj
the white-faced man, "It was only a I ;j
sudden shock. You see, I havo bcenljj
going to vaudeville thenters for twen
ty years, and this is tho first time I
have heard this team glvo out a new
Harry Snoiccr. who"VIU be Mr. Foxhall Keene's Jockey 20,000
"Johnny" Heltr, who rides for M. M. Caiuaut 2ft.0"0
J. 11. Martin, who will bo Mr. J. H. Musker's Jockey 20,000
'Fred." Taral, whose employer Is a Vienna turfman 20,000
Milton Henry, who will be Uaron UothbcTilld's rider .: 20,000
W. n. Buchanan, Mr. W. K. Vandei bill's rider 20.000
"Clem Jenkins, whose employer Is Frank Gardner 20,000
Ilenjaintn Itlgby, who rides for a Noted French tuifronn 2Q.OO0
"Nnto" Hill, who will be Germany's hlgiiest-piiced Jockey .... 20,000
"Cash" Sloan, Jean de Reszke's rider .. ., 15,000
Chas. A. Thorpe, Viscount d'Harcomt's Jockey 15,000
Chns. Van Dusen, engaged by a Hungarian syndicate 10,000
Anthony Hamilton, the only eoloreJ ifder In Europe 10,000
Edward Tioss, who will ride ror Baron Illelchioeder 10,000
J. C. Mitchell, who will ride In Russia tor Baron Bloch 1O70O0
"Bert" Knapp, now riding In Franco 3.000
Joseph Scherer, who will probably ilde In Austria 5,000
C. VJttlloc, who will bean Austrian man's employe 5,RlO
P. McDermott, who will ride on tho English turf 5,000
E. Jones, who rides In England I
Martin Bergen, who rides In Fiance 1 j
A. Mclntyrc, who rides In France 1
P. Freeman, who rides In France
"Fred" Cowman, who rides In England 1
E. Gray, who rides In Austria , '-20,000
Watch the Woqien Ijj
Stop a Street Car1"
"Bid you ever notice," said tho man 1 8
who had observed things In general im-j'
til It had becomo chronic, "how the "
different classes or women attract tho "
attention of sticet car conductors "
when they wish to get oft tho car, and "
the conductor bus his hack turned? r
"A young woman who hns not been,"
city bred, and who Is retiring In dlspo-i"
sltlon. will rldo tun blocks out of her.tt
wnv hofnr,, h will consent tn nttrnnt every race. Mclntyro taking tho Veslnet and Stllleune selling plates
.. it V 'Sit I .-I. -I t n,.l -Un I)ll. fumtln 3lnlfho r. Tllllnf
attention to hcrseir by creating a ills-," on "co "u i.nmue, j. .wm u. .....-. .um... . .... -.-.
Paris, April 20. American Jockeys are sweeping all bctoie them
on the Paris raco courses. At Maitons I.afltto on Tuesday Oiey won
tiirbanco. Sho will Bfmnly wait until i
the conductor looks around. Another
woman, more self-iellant, would calm
ly ring the bell and step off,
"Then, there Is tho clinging vine
and Jusquo-nu-Bout, Thorpo tho Gazon Handicap,
XX and Itlgby, tho Courlls Stnkes on Bohr otitnur.
tt Mr. Vauderbllt's L'Alarlc, with Jenkins up, won the Petit Trian
XX on Handicap at St. Cloud on Monday,
XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XXXX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX
and conmarcd with former years as
I New Re-
Books, riauos. Totals.
5,481 1,035 G,51G
0,241 1,682 7.020
5,971 1,590 7,507
5,700 1,289 7,149
There Is a falling off which may bo
attributed to the effect ot the Boer
war. Tho new books ot tho year In ,
certain subJectB were In numbers as !
Subject Now Books.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours. to 4. Telephone Mln lz
All Lovers of the Sport
aro requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Theology, sermons, &c. . . .
Education, classics, phil
Political . and social econ
Arts and sciences
Geography and travels . ..
History nnd biography ,.,,
Poetry and the drama ....
Medlcino . . ,
Born in Martinique
Two women whobo names are wrlt-i
ten Indelibly In U13 history ot Franco
were born on the Island ot Martinique)
tho Empress Josephine nnd Madame
de Malntcnon, That is (o say, Jose
phine waB born theio; Madamo do
Malutonon almost. Sho was pronouac-1
eil dead on the voyage from Fianco
and kaved from a burial at sea only I
when her mother bent to give the kiss I
of farewell ami round that llfo was still ,
left tn the infant bieast.
On tho 23d ot Juno lu the year 1703,
young Gagpard Joseph do Tascher, son
ot a poor nohlo or Blalsols vt the same '
jname, who hud gono to Martinique in
tin-can shacks arc precious landmarks; not even our
fragrance wafted upon the wings of the morning shall
cause our removal, although the hand of progress has
been seen at a distance waving' toward us up-to-date
tained by the poi
so we tail ir
slush, and ji
firm in oc
flats of .'
likely to be do
turn to France ii
The microbes sm.
SuWiberi lu Hie lll'I.LKTIN
nrtUitiff rewarded cwd day in
lli weil. ly not only receliliic
all the latest kral and lorelli
neuaaiailatile tmt also In secur
ing the lg )ssll)tf meaun to
Ueep in touch ulth nil the le.u.
Ins; PuMiiess Houses In the
Terrllort through the ailiertis
In columns To rcceite this
reward scutl one ear sub
scription lur the
bvi:ninii ni'LLrriN joo
Sf.NDAV 1 j
WM.KLV " 1 uo
"lough cesspools main-
mpany, and a new
: to1 oust us, and
jotli mud and
ors, the mos-
ry at least
ire dead we
.1 the mud
0 have pro-
pleasure of a
0 "butt in" is
.rtial on his rc-Dccurrcd.
ite women who bathe
in tla Park watering troi.8.. .ire happy, and the ducks
at Waikiki have a gathering at which Chairman Drake
presides, upon which occasion he quacks like this: I
congratulate you, my darlings, upon your escape from