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EVENING BULLETIN nONOLUMJ. II. T.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 2S, IS02.
A PICTURE SALE
LTBnvgai7lmaMan7r i !
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
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OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND E
SIZES NOW ON HAND.
J iitt to help you choose something nice for the next meal. Often
ladles ask us to suggest something for a change and If 7011 read our
advertisements perhaps they wU help. Have you thought of having
PICKLED PiaS' FEET
PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUE
OR PIO'S BACK BOINE
Take the ltatcr for Instance It Is much sought after on the main
land, and cooked with greens makes a delicate dish. Try some Gc
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
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BEET SUGAR FORCES
SURE OF WINNING
Senatois Refuse to Yield and Threa
ten to Talk Up Bill to Death
if It Is Brought Up
Read "Wants" on page 6.
II. W. Poster, Jeweler. IRS Hotc! St.
Queen Lavlnla of Tonga elled on
The Hoard of Health will mwt al
3 odoil till arternooii.
Special inciting of Oalm Lodge. K
of P. on Friday. Ma 3o See page S
Jeff lies and Kltzslmmons hat a
agreed lo fight a 20-round go In San
Francisco next July
Knr bn1i carriages and sewing mv
Chines and stoves and safes call on
Hoffschlaeger Co.. Ltd.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call'
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Cjilior
nla and Island frullt Telephone Main
The next meeting of the- Honolulu
Engineering Association will be held in
room 3 of the Y. J1. C. A. building at
7:30 o'clock, Monday, June :, H'fC. All
those Interested are cordially lnvltid
The band serenaded llhhop and
Mrs. Willis at the home of Mr and
.Mrs. Henry Smith this morning. An
excellent program had been arranged.
Captain Merger announced that he had
appealed on the scene with his bo.vs
to pla a farewell concert to the Hlsh
op and his wife
In the finals of the ladles double 111
tennis jesterda) afternoon. .Minn Hor
ner and Miss Waul defeated Mrs .
M. Itrown and Mrs. S (1 Wilder the
score being fi-1. f-2 ti-3. The final point
was the most notlj contested of tint
whole match, the rally lasting fur at
least twede returns back and forth.
Alius Horner and Miss Ward are nl the
Heretanln Tennis Club
Among the returning kamaalnas in
I practically to notice mat congress may inc v emura cuuii) were mi ano .Mrs
I be in session when the first of next , Win. J. Irwlu and Mist Irwin. Mrs
'September comes iiroimd If the Cuban , orge C. Iliekle. Miss J C Carter,
business is Insisted upon b the reel- "?? Caitcr, Mrs. P. A Was II
proelt Republican. These Senatois ' 'k, Ml, "J'1,1"- ' VV'v "
Mt. that thej are onrrontcd byuiom- Iumt(1 . liH,lttarii v ,,,
patt aggressive and probably success Vk 1l,ril M,kl, n ncnton. A II P
fill organization Their cnly altci nu-1 mntin. It Spauldlng and I. A Thurt
I the at the iitMii time Is to protons ton
the debate upon the Philippine ilMI
i government bill in the bote that sonu
i thing may turn up between now mid
Washington May 1U The program
of the beet sugar Senatorj was defi
nitely and decisively Mated by Scnatui
(Juarles of Wisconsin this afternoon
In the following language
' When the htnatc passes the Philip
pine civil government bill, whlrli It
will do about tne first of June, It will
take up the Isthmian cnnal bills, pass
one of them and then adjourn."
"Will not a Cuban reclproclt) bill
"No, there will he no Cuban reel
piocity legislation "
"Then there will be an extra session
of Congiess'" was suggested
"That threat by the President is not
taken seriously. ' said Senator (luarles.
Qnarles speaks for the Senntnrs of
both parties who are opposed to thu
President's dinar reciprocity pro
gram. He believes that u majority ol
tho Senate Is organised to encompass
the defeat of reciprocity.
Senator Teller today served notice ou
Senator Piatt of Connecticut that there,
will be a er long debate on the Cu
ban reciprocity bill If It should b
brought up In the Fenatr n long that
Importers can order sugar cargoes from
Java and land them in New York before"
the Cuban bill becomes a law. As it
takes at least sixty dnys for cargoes Hi
come from ,!n,i to the United States,
Senator Teller'! state.ment amounts
LOCAL AND GENERAL
SJa.u Xm1 Mat. 91Qnnl..ll4iu
i.wt. .win, ia; m. , uuyn. ..cnp
steady; fair refining, 2 7-8c; cenlrlfu
ual. 96 test. 3 7-166: molasses suaar.
'vk&. tsoi lift uhisK ttW'W i . I ill i rWfciH h1 IPl
V' ' ' ' ' ' ( ! ..Ml tw"
the 1st of J.ine whlib wilt enable them
to lmproe then poMtiou
The Catholic- Cathedral was packed
tins morning on the occasion of the
high requiem mass held at ! o'clock
The lllshop of Panopolls officiated
Fathers Matthias and Stephen, deacon
and sub-dencon, assisting. The front
pews were occupied by members of
the Consular corps. The French an-
Portuguese Consuls and Col. and. Mrs.
Olrard were present. The sisters of
the convent and the brothers of St.
Louis College, occupied their usual
places. Tho cathedral was decorated
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Camden N J May 19. The Bteam
shln S'ebraskan which was built at till
ards of the New Yoik Shipbuilding1 -Manuel Vlerra was lined fi and costs
c'mnnnv m,,- !nmh..i tmlnv. Mrs. I on the charge of drunkenness. The
n,.. n' m ir. .r !. ni.i..iltillr"t charge ngalnst the fidlow was
. .. ' 'i...... it.... ui... lu'that of loiumon mil
of the company christened her. She Is
271 feet long and her tonnage Is G300
isance. he having
used very offensive language to n lady
on one of the electric cars yesterday
... , . it I .... ".,. ,, .- rirtttiv into j, a .uuj
tons. She Is an oil-burning bteanishlp, Ti. ,ir..iinni ..i,i time ... micin imv
the pioneer of a number of vessels to, ,,,.,! ,i, language of which he was ac-
follow, which will be independent oi
coal as fuel.
All of the big steamships of tho American-Hawaiian
line are to be convert
ed Into oil burners, the. company hav
ing reached the conclusion that oil will
be as good as coal and only half as
expensive. The Nebraskan will trade
between Philadelphia, New York, Sun
Francisco and the llawallar Islands. A
tank vessel loaded witli fuel oil Is to
be stationed In the utraltu of Magellan,
from which passing steamships of the
line can sti urc n frttli supply
cused, but that ho was drunk at thu
lime and could not tell. On this show
ing, tho prosecution asked that the
charge) be) changed. The case- being
a very bad one, the line Indlrated was
John Itothwe-ll, apparent!) a nallor,
appeared In the- Pollie Court this fore
noon on the charge of malicious inju
ry He pleaded gullt, but the ease be
ing one for committal, the defendant
wns sent up to the Circuit Court. On
Monday night last. Kuthv.cH took F.
A. Schaefer's carriage from the vie in
Ity of the Opera House- while Mr and
Mis Scbaefer were in attendance at
the farewell perfoimaitie- id thu
Warde (ompanv He dtove all over
the clt.v and wax later on i aught by
Flam. Armstioiig Hi- was Intoxicated
ut tin- time
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
H. E. HEIXDRICK, Prop.
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1, Sprocket's BulldlUf.
Just arrived. The potatoes will
prove a treat and tho oranges
are very excellent, full of Juice
and sweeL Tho warm weather
makes Iced drinks quito popular
and the favorite flavors are
Welsh's Grape Juice
Telephone jour orders and
don't forget our fresh candles.
H. MAY & GO.
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BOXING, FENCING AND
Plan of Honolulu Athletic Club--
Committee of Organization Now
A committee of the Honolulu Athlet
ic Club is nt present busy making r
inngements for an elaborate athletia
exhibition to be given In tho Opera
House on the evening of thu Klevuiith
of June. The exhibition will Include
boxing, wrestling nnd lenelng matches.
While the program Is not entliel) ui
ranged. It is known thnt the commit
tee Is putting forth Its best efforts tu
make the exhibition an Interesting and
well conducted bIiow of gentlemanly
One item, probably the star number
of the program, win be a ten round
bout between Lon Agnow and Jack
Weeday Both thes,e men are at pres
ent putting In tome bard work trnln
Ing for the event, Agncw at tho quar
ters of the Honolulu" Athletic Club nnd
Weeday at Long Hi audi In Walklkl.
Tho Opera House has already been
seeureeTTor tho evening and tickets for
tho event will probably bo put on sale
at Wall, Nichols Co. during the courbu
nt tho coming week.
The Honolulu Athletic Club Is at
piesent doing great work to help along
spoits In this city. It has Just carried
the tugof-wni tournament through and
now turns its attention towauls the
lurtherancc of clean, athletic boxing,
fencing nnd wrebtllng
Honolulu has tor n long time had a
reputation feu "lakei" shows In this
line of Bports"whltTT has done much to
nralie them unpopular
A good sportsmanlike exhibition ton
ducted in n gentlemanly mnnncr under
'he nuspices of a responsible club will
undoubtedly prove a great attraction
to the spoiling fraternity, which has
long since tired of paying good money
for shown of no value whatever,
By being persuaded into bujlng a shoe
said to be as good as Hanan's, We
hove their line In everything they
moke. There Is but one Hanan, and
we aro their agents. Today, we show
otl the "REX" PATENT COLT CAC
This Hoot sells for J7. Is a high
grade dress shoe, on the very lateett
That there Is quality n
upholstering Is amply de
monstrated by the class of
work wo clo
Wo mako couches, mat
tresses, etc., and have
men who understand their
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Honolulu, May 28. 1902
NAME OF STOCK
C Brawir ft Comriny.
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LStft Plintitlon Co ...
HiwiHitt Sufir Co ..
Honomu Sugar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar C$,
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kthcl Plant-Co .Ltd
Kit thu In Sunt Co ....
Koifta burar to . ...
0hij Sugar Co,
Ookala Sugai Plan Co
OlaaSu Co, Ltd , ail
OlaiSuCo Ltl pJupf
PaautiauSu Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pa la PUnu'lonCo
Prpttkeo St gar Co ...
Walatua Agri Co.
Walmca MM Co
Inter-lilani Steam N Co
Hawaiian tltctrlc Co
Hon. RjtIJ T ft L Co
Mutual Tetffhone Co
Hawaiian (ov $ pr cent
H1I0RRC0 6 percent
Hon Rarli TrantH
Ewa Pi 1 nut n 6 per cent
uanu KficLU per t.
Oahii Ptantatkn e r c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walilua Agrkul 6p c
1 Catlui 2 r
PalJir 5 5
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1 1,000.000 oo
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Orders for tho purchase or ! ot
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phone Main 331.
The Young Jlitn'i He-se-ure h Club
held a well attended anil eciedlngly
Interentlng meeting last night. The
suhjict of the evening was the- discus
sion of registering and Insuilng hlhles.
Mr. Wi-aver dlsiusseiT the system nitw
it! use lie-re, which is to make the title
pust witli the deliver) uf the deed and
the registration simply an evidence of
He alii) set forth the evident short
comings ol this svstcui and cited mi
meiiiiis ianiles to show how iuipiuc
tlial It was He then discussed the
advantages which would he had sh"uld
n new svbtem he lined showing how the
cost of an cutuinntluu of title would
he reduced to about one-tenth ot its
The ensiext solution of the questlun
would be to use certificates ot title Is
sued from the office of tin- reglstiar of
deeds In the same lunnuei as Is used
b,v c oruorutlons In thu sale uf their c er
1 1 tie ut e- ot Htuck.
Deputy Registrar C II. Mcrrlum
spoke next on the advantages ut the
Torrens sstcm, with wfllcli he had
become familiar In Massachusetts.
This led to (ieorge 11. McCIellan
making the motion that a committee
of live be appointed to Investigate tho
3 stems in use In the United Htntes
and report to the fall meeting uf the
cluh. The motion was carried.
The ohje-et Is to present the results
of this luvetdlgatlun to the uet Leg Id
lature with a view of having rt forma
urrleil out line.
The next meeting of the club will
take phut- I'l two weeks Tile speaker
will he Ml W O. Smith, wlio will
speak on the pmpcr form of municipal
government fur this cit.
Hiiiilnind liinxioiihl) I ou should
not i ari oui pocke thonk In join
Wife (ie,uMiiiliiKlJ Oil It Isn't jt
all hcavj Hx.
Statistic k show that one out of ever)
twent)-two Danish emigrants to the
United States becomes a Mormon,
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people nro realiz
ing that the) can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
i:uch department In charge of a spe
cialist und our operators are graduato
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
In the I'. S. or thu world. i
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In the city; we have
the- best pinto workers, crown nnd
bridge specialists, nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
Wc can save jou money ou your den
tat woik. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth .. . .
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Fillings .
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use of this newly dis
covered nnt exterminator. If
the pesls use it once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne li
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
. .. 5.00
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will be pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones Ho has no connection
with auy other shop
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