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BVENINO DOtLETIN, nONOUfMT. H. T., MONDAY, MAY 2S, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
fff & arca? r iajxttHmJGjGhJuz&e. tivr "iJB
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KINO STREET.
GET GOOD BUTTER?
If you don't, you had butter confide your troubles to us and let
us Btratghtcn them out. Our
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
Is everywhere conceded to bo the best. It Is pure, sweet nnd fresh,
and wo guarantco It. Tho best w 111 spoil In this climate if you allow
It to become soft, so It is often jour fault and no other that your
butter Is bad. Wo also bavo WHITE CLOVER BUTTER at 35c,
CLEAR BROOK BUTTER at 35: and MRS. VON TEMPSKY'S ISL
Telcphono your order and wo will deliver promptly. Wo send
our butter out In neat cardboarl cartons which keep It from contact
with othor food In tho Ice chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
just arrived. The potatoes will
provo a treat and tho oranges
aro very excellent, full of Juice
and sweet. Tho warm weather
makes Iced drinks qulto popular
and tho favorlto flavors aro
Welsh's Grape Juice
Telephone your orders nnd
don't forget our fresh candles.
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
That thero 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
FIRST ACTUAL WORK TO
BEGIN THIS AFTERNOON
Past Week Spent in Getting Machi
nery Into Shape-Accident to
Mr. Wood of von Ham.
The new Japancso rice mill In Pa
wan will start actual work thh after
noon. While the mill nas been work
ing a few hours nearly every day dur
ing the past week this has been done
to (eft the mai lilncry and to ascertain
where alterpttons were needed. Hawa
iian paddy has been used for this test
There Is a large amount of belting , ,.,,... ..... ,
used In the mill, probably more than In ,
any other similar concern here, anl ., 7Iie aamcr Clandtne Hl lc )alI up
the tightening of these belts has taken, t',l'1wc'k 'or "n ""''' The
considerable time. There arc somo 21- Maul "' lakc her nlacS on Tuesdays
Inch belts In the mill which It takes ono vu-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. roster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Nleel furnished room toi rent Sco
ad under New Today.
Oentlemcn, refresh yoursehei at tho
l'lrst National Saloon.
I'oiindmnster's notice appean under
Uy Authority on page S,
Nicely tumlsiieu ruoun. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
Singer automatic EevUni; machine,
nnd bab carriage for sale. Pee ad tin
der Nctt Today
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
the news of tho day.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoxes and safes, call on
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
The Pacific Mall steamship t'eklnt?
will probably arrive fiom Oriental
ports tomorrow afternoon
If ott would learn of an excellent
lloor varnish read the adertlseraent of
hour to stretch and another hour to
While roott of tho tightening has
been done during the past week there
will probably be more or less of this
done during the first three or four
weeks after th- mill begins running.
After nil the belts lime once been suffi
ciently stretched nnd tightened, they
are expected to lnt for ahout four ears
without any fuither attention.
Some of the (levators In the mill
hae also ljpn altered In vnrlous ways.
On Saturday while the mill was run
ning, Mr. Wood of Von Hamm-Young
Co.. who has superintended the putting
up of the mill, gat hit hand hurt In on
of these eleatms. He happened to get
his h.-fnd Into the machinery connected
with It and had the skin nnd some of
the ile-sh on the bark of his right hand
torn off. making n very painful wound.
Mr Wood considers himself exceed-!
ingl lucky that he did not loose UN
whole hand, n thing which might e'y
easly have happened under the ill c mil
stances. This forenoon, a quantity of Japan
ese brown rice was taken up to tho
mill wheie it will go througn tli mill
ing, cleaning and pollshlnr rrnec&sci
this afternoon. This will make hc
beginning of the actual woik of th,
There will be a meeting of the Wo
man's Oulld of St. Clement's church at
the tarish house at 3 o'clock, TucsJa)
afternoon, May 27.
A coach dog has been lost from the
home of Pilncc David Kawanailakoa
Walklkl. A suitable reward has been
offered for the return of the same.
Don't forget Camannos of the Call
for nit. Fruit Market when J on want
fruit nnd vegetables. He nhw,,n has
on hand a fresh supply of both '-.illor-nla
and Island frull" Telephone Main
Mrs. Walter W. Ililstol, Mrs Irwin
II. lleadle, .Mrs. Clarence A. MucDon
ald nnd Miss Teasdale of Kanichumcha,
will give an at home this afternoon
from 3 to C.
J. J. Coombs of Olaa has brought suit
for divorce against Kll.i Coombs on thn
charges of desertion and adultery. Tli
case will come up In Judge Knlua's
court on Maul The couple last lived
together at Walluku, Maui.
High Sheriff llrown bab In his pos
session n blood stained letter which
was found on the person of Kinunj,
the Walalua Japanese murderer arid
would-be suicide Just after he hud
been taken by Deput.v Sheriff Cox. Tim
tetter will be translated as It Is bellcv-
Ily being persuaded Into buying a shoe
said to be as good aB Hanan's. We
have their line in over thing they
make. Thero Is but ono Hanan, and
we aro their agents. Today, wo show
you the "REX" PATENT COLT L"AC
This Doot sells for 7, Is a high
grade dress shoo, on the very latest
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is'nothing like a
mill which Is expected !;y the Japanvto, ed to contain Information bearing ou
residents of thl dty to' solve tho piol. . the case.
lem of furnishing the loral JapiMicsc
with the rice from their Homeland
which they far prefer to tho product
of the Hawaiian soil and which tho
bulk of this population Is now able to
purchase on account of the higher rates
of wages which prevail nt present.
SHORT CUT TO AND
FROM BUSY DOCKS
(Continued from page 1.)
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still in the Field
factorily arranged, however, nnd tho
new thoroughfare will bo In comrals'
slon early in July.
Improvements aro constantly going
on in Honolulu harbor. Tho harbor Is
growing nt both ends. Tho railway
people are always at work and tho
railway wharves aro really tho moit
busy In the harbor.
There was a time, not many months
ago, when all activity ended at tho Pa
clue Mnll wharf at tho Walklkl end,
and nt the old flshmarket wharf nt the
Uwa end. Now, at tho Walklkl end,
thero nre the magnificent Navy
wharves nnd llio expensive channel
wharf, aryl the Illsnop Kstato Is eon
structing nnothi'i Immense wharf, lie
fore long, ray the wnterfront proph
cts, there will ho ships loading and
discharging "at tho end of the sea
wnll." Now, nt the Kvvn end of tho
harbor, long wlinrcct;, holding large
sheds, nre doing a great business and
the bulk ef the shipping congregates
at that end of tho front.
There has been nn Impression that
the new tlackfeld wharf would bo useu
for docking the new boats of tho Pa
cific Mall StearnHlilp Company, and
that the Korea would doc thero on
hernrilval. This Is n mistake. Hack
fold's new whart Is to bo reserved for
the Balling vessels of tho Hackfeld
fleet and other Hailing vessels, of
course, that want to .bo accommodated
Tho new Pacific Mail boats, however
will be clocked at tho Pacific Mall
On tho completion of tho bridge con
necting all wharves nt tiro Kwa end of
tho harbor with Queen nnd King
streets, a most convenient and direct
method of communication with Bumo
of tho most Important wharves In tho
harbor will bo established and a con
sldorablo savlug In time, money and
energy will be enjoyed by nil con
In order to nrrango for Inrs Improve
ment It was necessary Tor tho Ameri
can-Hawaiian steamship people, the
railway company, Hackfeld & Co. and
tho Public Works Department to como
to an understanding. This, at tlmos,
did not seem to be possible but all oh
stacles have been overcome, It is sard
and the work oi constructing the
brldgo will bo Immediately proceeded
Cnptnln Mis. and Miss Rcraldlnc
Dart of the bark Pactolus and Captain
Olson of the schooner James Ilolph
chartered a rig esteiday and took In
u feu- of the beauties ot Honolulu, driv
ing to the Pall, Koko Head, Diamond
Head and Wnlklkl. The trip was a long
one and much enjoyed. The Darts had
never before seen such beautiful scen
ery. The rase of Jean U. Sabatc, charged
with larceny In the 6ccond degree, enmo
up for trial in the Police Court today
and was continued until tomorrow af
ternoon at the request of V Ml Brooks,
attorney for the defendant who stated,
that It he was not ready for trial at
that time, his client would waive ex
amination and go before the Circuit
Thayer & Hemenway presented a
petition In voluntary bankruptcy forvM.
Shlmura of Lahalna before Judge ls
tee this morning. The hearing was
continued one week. Debts of $3415.21
arc shown by the petitioner, against
which ho has nssets of J2000 value of
stock In trade. J82.30 of personal ef
fects and nominal value of lease ot
store premises expiring March 1. 1901
The managerial and engineering
staffs of the Hawaiian hflcctrlc Com
pany are subjected to foul odors from
an old storm water sewer III Hnlekaii.
wlla street Pome time ago the road
department undertook to replace a rot
ten box sewer with concrete constru -
tlon, but In doing the work left a cavity
that catches circa ed matter Though
occasionally flushed, this sewer Is a
nuisance most of the time.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 653; TeJ Blue 791; Room
3, Sprecke's Bulldiic.
Telephone the EVENING BULLE
TIW, Main 266, If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc
and we will call. We have men that
know their bnslnein tor tkit purpose.
E. C. ROWE
has started In business again now at
650 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
in all Its brunches, and will bo pleased
to seo all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
i. Aldcn Elrrtric "Belt'
peniorv 's guaranteed
all thcuratlve proper
ties of the esptn.lve belts now sold by
doctors ana utiier. s u Rives a very
tiong current oi electricity ind Is eally
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undrslgned onlvi no
icentsj no discount, f Ircul ir free. Addre j
olerce Electric Co , 206 Post St., Sin
Frsr.dro Sent free to Ha will l.ir tS.OO
Thore Is to be a little excitement In
town Saturda morning The police.
both foot and mounted heuded by
High Sheriff Iliowri and Deputy Sher
iff Chllllngworth are to ninreh through
the Btreets to the Makrkl recreation
park, there to Indulge In drill nnd
practice heforo Governor Cooper who
Is anxious to see wnat the guardians
of the peace of tho city can do In tho
matter of maneuvers.
Tire drill nnd prac tlce comes as n
special request Irorn Mr. Cooper him
self, who, having Inspected the men
011 Saturday last, expressed tho deslro
to see them In the field High Sheriff
III own was much pleased with this, as
It showed hi in the Interest Mr. Cooper
takes In the various branches of tho
The men will start from the police
stntlon promptly at 10 o'clock, headed
by tho band the services of which
Governor Cooper has kindly allowed
for tho occasion. The march will like
ly bo out King street to Pllkol and
thence to the grounds. The whole
forenoon will bo spent In the work.
OLD LANDMARK GOING.
Tho old wooden store building at
King nnd Alakea streets, belonging to
the Kaplolanl Estate'. Is being demol
ished to make way for a modern block
Thero Is a lot of hlstor connected
with the shack. Including nn abortive
Hiilt for J20,u00 damages hiought b a
Chinese tenant against John V. Col
burn on the ground of unlawful eject
ment. Some eais ago the place was
occupied by the I.ouvn. of Brussels, a
dry goods storo kept b Mr. Mlchlels
ono of tho greatest living comet play
ers, holding, ns he did, a gold medal
presented by the King of Belgium. He
occasionally contributed to charity
concerts In tho Hawaiian Opera House.
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now- York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more leop!o aro realiz
ing that the can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist und our operators aro gruduato
dentists 01 the best-iecognizcd schools
In the l S. or the world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; we novo
the best plato Workers, crown nnd
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry ns practiced by
us are strictly up to date
We can Bave ou money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell ou In advanco
exactly what our work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth . , 5.00
Gold Fillings ...... . f.00
Silver Fillings 50
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages n n il pleasant
rooms, American nnd Ku
ropean Plan, excellent
Culslno nnd Service Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing nnd
Canoeing all tho year
round, Hot nnd Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Llv
cry Electric Lights.
L. II. DKH, Proprietor.
Illng up Phone Bed 71.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broken
FinE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdtlpMa
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Xfl
Offices Stanaenwafd Bldf- M
chant Street. Tel. main JOS,
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, May 26, 1902
NAME Or STOCK fjJJ, ? Bli AtkcJ
C. Bftwtf A Company. i,ooo,eec r
H S SachsDO.Co.l 60,000 too &,
L.D. Krr fc Co., LtJ mm J
Plantation Co .... j.ooo.ono ti
Hawaiian AnlcultufalCo 1,000,000 too tr
Hawaiian Com fcSu Co ,) 11,750 toe . . . j?
Hawaiian Sue' Co 1,000,000 o i i;
Hodobu Sucar Co ' 750,000 too 110 tf
Honokaa Suf ar Co a 000,000 ao ..,
Haiku Surar Co .... $00,003 too ., it
Cabuku Plantation Co I $00,003 po . 94
Klbal Plant Co .Ltd, . i.o'o.ojo jo 10!,'
Elpahuld Sue" Co 1(0,000 toe. .. ,t
KolotSurarCo . . x,ooo too 41
McBrydtSuCo..Ld.. .. ,y,ooo to .. t
0bu Sugar Co. . , 1,600,000 too I5 t
(.'louta SurarCo 1,000,000 to H ,,, .
Ookala Surar Plan. Co 1 yooo o '4
OlaaSu Co.. Ltd . aa) M;.ooc ao
I Olaa Su Co Ltd pd up 1 1 500,000 ao la 1 1
Olonalu Company 150,000! too. ... 1
Paauhau Su Plan Co 5,000,00c j 50
Pacific Sugar Mm 500.00c too . .
I Pala Plant a 'Ion Co 1 50,000 100 lft
PcFfttuoSi ear Co .. To.ooe too tr
Pioneer Mill Co t,ijo,nr 100 . f
Walalua Ann Co 4,500,00c too 6t'4 fciji
WallukuSuear Co 700,000 too,..,
WalmanaloSutrar Co asawo tco ... ,,,
Walmea Mill Co its.000 tr ir
WllJer Steamship Co oo.ooo 100 ...
Inter-Hland Steam N Co taoooo too .. .. L
Hawaiian ntrlc Co ,00 ...
Hon Rapid T & L Co XStxo too 11 1" ..
Mutuar TtlrPhone Co JJJE I0 T xotK
OahuRy&L Co. . ,,oi,,ooo too tj
Hawaiian Cov s per cent ... 95 .
H1I0RHC0 opercent I ne
Hon Rapid Trantlt . too . . .
Ewa Plantat n 6rer cent
Oahu U Be L Co per c 104M . ..
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Art leu! 0 p. C
Sales 40 i:"wT Tz
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.
Orders for the purchase or mI ot
tocko and bonds carefuly and promt-
ir executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unju
watd Dldg. Poatofrice box 890; Tl
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON 6UGAB
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Bulletins:.
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Blrck. Ground Floac
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insw
ancn and Collection, Notary Public
Th, Evening Ilulletin, 75 cents jy-c
Imi j lYl L.aL
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized befoto use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, i:itto UulldlnK. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, S n. m to G p. ui.
Simda8, 9 a m. to 1- m.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
GET EVERYTHING IN
If ou wish to tako n pteturo
of n group, a wldo building, nn
cxtensitc landscnpe, or anything
cle ot the Kind, jolt need an
TaUes n picture with a scopo
or about ISO degrees. Call for
flee cataloguo showing pictures.
NO. 10 8T0RII
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tbc bcHt collection In tho city nnd much
lower than usual prices lor
ONE WEEK ONLY.