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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULTJ. H. T.. THPItSDAY. MAY 29, V)02
B. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, CORNUR
Kaiser Wishes to
lleilin Ma) "I -l tin Kaiser paving
the wax for .1 personal mil "UK lal lslt
in Ihf fulled Stales"
Hut is the iler) one ne.irs ou mi
sides Although otfidul atlliuiatlon Is
lacking tin- announcement lomes u
inslstenll) iliat the Kulvei s next inon
lo senile a rappioc hemeiit with the
I'nlteil States will be a peisonnl Unit
to President Roosevelt It In under
stood Unit tlie trli to the Lnlteil States
was discussed dill lug ! iccetit tilp oil
hoanl tlie Kronprlnz Wllhelm to tlrb
It bus nlw.i)s been one of the earn
est wishes of the Kaiser, expressed in
private conversation ami to niembeis
of the Atnerlian Hmbass) here, that h
might some eta) be able to Wait the
1'nltcd States Prime Henr)'s recep
tion Is malnl responsible for the newly
ixpreiseil wishes of the Kaiser to lii
(he I'nlted States
Apait from the promise of a glowing
icceptlon the Kaiser wishes to see with
Ills own ejes the colossal enterprises
anil Industrial magnitude of the L'nltcl
States The Kalsir slneercl) believes
lhat C.eimaii) and the United States
an obtain moie advantageous lesults
bj woiklng together commercially and
ii)llttmll than li lescit'ting "l tanr
London. May 21. A prlxate tele
Kiam received by the Bally Telegraph
irom its war correspondent, Dennett
llurlelgh. (ontalns the simple word
Hi turning," from which the eouclii
sion is drawn Hint peace Is assured,
because. sas the Dally Telegiaph,
Iliirlelgh's devotion lo duty Is too well
known lor him to dream of (putting hit
post while theie is et work to ha
Ml the world will rejoice with us,'
adds the Dallj Telegraph. 'If this optl
mlstlc view should prove correct."
St. Joseph, Mo.. Ma 18 Agents ol
the British floxernmcnt in this city to
da) received a cable messago from th
War Office In London to cease all pur
chases of horses and mules foi ship
ment to South Afilca
The message further stand that the
lloer war would probably altogether
iase In a very lew dn)S
Washington May IS So notli cable
has been the improxcinutt of Lord
I'auncefotc. the British Kmbassaitor,
within the past fort) -eight hours that
it is now pri-dlrteil lie will siillliieutly
iccovei to enable him to live for at
least a ear. 'I he llmhassador will
have to lellniiulsh his pout In Washing
ton, however anil devote himself to
taking con- of Ills health Ills leslg
nation probabl) will be piesented to
the British I'oielgu Oflbe during the
lomlng hummer It is not known who
will be named by the Iliitlsh (Joxern
niint as his am lessor Sir IVny San
derson continues to be mentioned for
Lord I'aiini cfiHc's wltlulinwal will bo
the occasion for an odb lal cxpicsslon
of the regiet of the I'nlted States lie
has lepresentt. his (Jm eminent In
Washington many yea is. Since 1893 he
has held the lank of an embassador
He has been the agent of (lieat Britain
In many Important negotiations, in
cluding the Bering sea, the Alaskan
boundar) and other questions, and hu
negotiated the arbltiutlon treaty re
JfetHl by the Senate and the Isthmian
Home May 10 As It will lie Impos
sible for tho I'opo to undertake the
strain of the work in' connection with
the I'blllpplno mission, hu will' up
point n committee of three t'aidlnals
to confer with tho Ameilum dele
gates, and it Is thought ll); I) that Cat
illnnls Murtinelll, Satolll and Vlves)
Tuto, the last named 11 Spaniard, will
(oiibtltutii tills committee. Mgr Cash
1.1 rl will nd as sceidary.
llollvln produces one-twilfth of the
world's tin, nnd Is rich In copper and
placer gold, yet It has only 200 ml leu
of rallioad for Its C00.000 siiuure miles
of territory. The almost mtlie lack of
transportation facilities has kept back
, , . 1 2k
vT ' Sill
i MA ' 1
m i cli t lir within reasonable llmlta
ttons n ver) ngreeable cercl"e If jou
i boose the right mower Wo cnrr the
ROYAL BALL BEARING
PENNSYLVANIA and the
V have them (rum $4 50 to $20 mid
Imi grass catchers to adjust (o nuy
& SON, Ltd:,
FORT AISD KINO 8TRCET8.
Cavern is Found
Under Sonora City
Souora Maj 21 -A gmtt .nun -poxslbl)
n in (work of siibterrnnenn
passages - underlies the business (en
ter of Sonora This stnrtllug dlsuivcry
was made toda). Along the main street
of the town the roof of the rax era is
In some plnies onl) a few Indies thick,
and how It lias sustained the weight
and Jar of trallh- during all the ears
since tlie town was built Is hard to uti
dcistaiid. Miss Ventre, the daughter of n mer
diaut, was crossing Main stieet todn).
When she was Just opposite the Wllzln
ski store the pavement suddenly gaxe
a and her foot shot through a largo
hole which suddenly opened In the
street She screamed with fright and
a pasierby xxent to her rescue and cx
tl bated her.
An examination was made and it
was found that the opening in th.i
irett was about eighteen inihes In
dlaintter It went down It.to an Inky
blackness lantern was pioiiucd
and lowered Into the caxe About
twent) feet of lope was lit out and
the latilein swung free enidi nil) The
light showed that there was a long tun-
ml o' passage running lengthwise of
the street It was finite dry and looked
is though it had omc been the bed of
a stream The mist which covered
this iiixcrn was onlv eight inches thick
and hcax) teams lmil passed over it
hut a few minutes previously
lilt f 1 HON
Washington Ma) 111. fleorge
11 Mosle, a sugar brokei, testllled he
lore the Committee on Relations With
Culm today that llaxemejer was not
Interested In icrtnln plnntutlons In ('11
ba as had been alleged He said there
was about IJ'I.UUH tons of sugai stoicd
In Cuba now, Tlie Cubans, lie said, be
lleved (ouecsslous would bo made uud
accepted the I'latt amendment on that
When he nssirled that the Cubans
had discoutlnuid work because many
of the people did not have the money
with whl( h to go on, Senator Teller
asked "Will )ou tell me any dim in
Cuba that has suspended opeiutlons
and has not gioiind its cruu?"
"So, nor an) bod else," lejnnrkcd
John Knrr. a sugai dealer, contra
dieted statements made li) I.envllt as
to the (ounteivalllng duty, s.i)lng C11
ba got all the benefit of It. as did
other cane sugar pioduclug lountrles
He said If the present low- prbes of
sugar (ontlnii'd the production in ('11
ba would be much less. In .lamalca
he said fort) seven estates had failed
last week, In San Domingo the glow
eis aie in tlie thioes ol possible bank
iiiptiy. while In IKmeiaui the estates
probabl) will Inst a )car or two
Washington Ma) IS- runner luilge
Dii) and Solicitor Geucial Hlcliards left
Washington tonight on the S o'clock
tniln over the I'eniiMlximlu road foi
Chicago, to take part In the argument
in tienaif or the (iov eminent foi a pie
llmluary Injumtlon ngalust the lltef
Trust which comes up on Tuesday In
the I'nltid States Circuit Court. 'I hey
went laden with additional cvldciue,
vvhlih has been collected during tho
last week by I'nlted States Dlstilct At
toine)s In various ports of tho coun
try. In obedience to Instructions Issued
more than a we-ek ago by Attorney
General Knox All of the evidence thnt
has been collided by the Dlstrht At
torney east of the Allegheny moun
tains has been sent to Washington,
win re It has been examined by Allot
ne) General Knox, Solicitor General
iiu hauls and Mr. Day; and all collected
In the Middle West the Southwest and
the Far West has been sent to District
Attorney llethea of Chliago.
The evldente received here coveis
the States of tieoigla South Carolina,
Virginia. Mai) land. In law 111 e. Penn
sylvania New York, Massachusetts
and Coiincitlciil It Is said to bo xeiy
stiong and is all the dlieetlou of show
ing a violation of the Sherman anti
trust law b) an ugieenient to main
tain pi lies abolish lumpetltlmi and
blaehlial agents who do not obey tne
.ctter of their master's orders all this
after the) have de8tro)ed local deal
ers and dilven them out of business
It (an be asserte-d that the Depait
ment of Jiutlie Is absolutely confident
of proving Its ease to the satisfaction
of the court at Chicago und of getting
the prclimlnai) Injunction for which
it Is now stiivlng.
REVISED AND REWRITTEN.
'NEW NATURAL HISTORY
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Goethe & Shiller, HOGARTH
Everything Published In United States.
EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WM. C. LYON,
200-201 JUDD BUILDING.
AND FINE SILYER CUP
Two-Oared Boat Race Left W.th
Committee to Decide On
Wilder and Church
The Rowing Assoc Intlon held nl
meeting last night nt whim It was de-
elded to hold the annual championship
shell races nt Pi nrl llarhoion the-
morning of the Poiirth or Jul), as usu
al The regulat coutse will he used.
The regatta committee wus iustrttit
eil to procure n championship Imtiner
for the senior races and a silver cup
for the Junior inies.
The regattn eommltlic was fuitlieri
emiMiwered to use Its discretion in the
question as to whether there should he
n 1 an- of two oared boats Imported
from German). Iloth the Myrtle and
the llealnni lloat Clubs have suli a
boat each. They are exactly alike and
a race ln-lween the two ought to be a
ver Interesting Regatta Day feature.
Arthur Wilder nnd Pred Church ten
dered their resignations from the re-
gat.a ,'omiulttec.. Wilder havlns seived , , m) , t j .'
"n """ 'on""" '"' ,hc '"" ''""inld llolllste, W T Kllpatrick. I' I).
J ' III B HIV IIV I Willlllllll'C 111 HU HU
pounced at the meeting of the associa
tion wlili h takes place In the end of1
June. " 1
The (onimlttee appointed to look in
to the matter of luipoittng some six-,
eiaied. stationary seat boatH from Hong
Long repotted that It was still working I
ou the matter nnd had made fnli ping
ress so far.
It is tlie plan of tlie association to
import Ave or six of this t)po of boat'
fiom Hongkong, where the) inn bo.
had vei) cheaply. I
They are to he used on rnic da)s,
manned by crews from tho prludpa)
business films in (lie elt). the police,'
It is thought thnt such a laic would 1
ne a veiy inieresiing lentlire on any
aquatic race progiam uud would also
promote the Interest In rowing to wld
er ( Ircles than It embiaies lit prennt.
TAMPICO HAD A
(Continued from page 1 )
hie.ikwnter aft was also washed (oiu
To make nintteia woise. the steam
slceilug gear biokc down when the
storm was at Its height Deprived of
powei to (ontrol hei nioveiiKiits, Hid
bulky fielghter hi) to In the trough of
the sea, left eoinpldel) at the meiiv
of tho waves which bloke over her on
all sides. Hovxexei, tbu ofllceis ami
eicw were equal to tho emergenc) ami,
despite the raging storm, the.v man.
aged to repair the Injur) 11 ml git un
der wuy again.
On the morning of Tuisda). the 19th,
the storm abated und the Tiunplco eon
tinned on her way. She met liuw
weather during nil the rest of the tilp
and uveraged ten knots an hour dining
this part of the passage
The Tampleo Is now l)lng at tin- Inn
gard wharf wheie she will be discharg
ed. She brings 1900 tuns of general
merchandise fiom Seattle.
DcHtructlve Hurricane Inlrdn.
Ilombay, May 19 A destine live hur-
lie uiin has swept over the piovlnie of
Scinde, llrltisli India. Poity miles of
railroad was washed nwa) and hrldgis,
houses and cnibaultments illsnpprai
d Plfty miles of tebginpb whes al
so weio debtro)cd. Tdati) lives vxcin
Washington, May 19 -ThP Commit
tee on Rules of tho House toda) gave
a hearing on tpe request lot a special
meeting for consideration of the Pa.
(iflc (able bill, but leached no conclu
sion The committee will meet again
tomorrow to eoiislcler this question.
Sulwrilip tor tlie WEEKLY
HULU"1'1, only $1 per annum
a ti a m a m
a6 t ti n 6 ay. t ct.ti t
tr nn t ? jo i it ei
18. 8 il t 5' 8 48 1 J 1 11
'19 9 tt.t j'io s' ) iS a 46
1 l I I
W'tl H I f 14 id 4 1
m.t f m
II 50' t 1 it lb 4 51
Sunday I i
I ( O ! Ci 91.
Ijist quarter of the moon 1 30 Krl
Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodctk Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and IHlo occur
shout an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnat of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle -.ows at 1:30 p, m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, Ou Om.
Weathei Bureau l'unahou Ma) 29 -Temperature
1,9 Midday maximum. SI
, lla'imeter at 9 a m. .".ft 00 railing
Dew Point fill-'
Humldlt) at 9 a m 5 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station Ma)
I j;i Weather ver) hazy: wind high Nil
I Government olflns will iloe at noon
tomorrow for the observance of Mem
Thursday. Ma) 29. I
Stnii. I.ebua. Napala, from Molokall
Gas. selir. Kellpse', Harris, from Kn I
na ports, at 12:3u a. in.
' Am. stmr. Tampleo. Heed, from So
nttle. at lb a. m.
I Wednesdn), Ma) 2S
! Selu. Chas Levi Woodburj. Harris,
S. S. Ventura. Hnwnrd. for thil
Thursday. May 29
Stmr. John tuinmlns. hearle. for No
olau pons, at 9 n. m.
Stun, lunlanl. Gretne for Navvlll
Hnnnpepe and Ahiiklnl, at . p. in
Stmr. Mlkahala. Gregor). for Klo
iele, Hauapepe Makawell, Wnlmen and
iKeltabii; mall nnd pnssengeis fm Ko
loa, nt . p 111
ADD SAILING TODAY
Stmr Ledum. Napala, foi Maui and
Moloknl pons at ii p. m
HOOKLD TO DHPART.
Pol San Praiicisco, per S S. Peking,
sailing W. P. .Mitchell.
W. P.. Hems. J. Humphreys. Charles
Hall. IL W. Mite lull. Mrs. G. II. II.
IlaM'H. Mr. S M Klack. H. II. While
! nnd witi. fluH Wnttu Mluu M It
iGiimiii) If. Garlic li
LATE DANIEL A. RAY
BURIED AT OAK HILL
Washington Friends Gather For Final
Tributes Simple Service Was
Held -- Illinois
Washington. Mn.v 17- 1 rieinls of
the late Danli I . Ray. to the nunil.ir
or si xent)-llxe or more, gatheied at
Oak Hill (emiteiy )esterda) after
noon, at suiiilown, to pa) tlnal tilbute
at the inte tint lit of one who was well
known here and 111 Illinois Ml. Hay
passed nwa) suddenly, at Honolulu,
September IT of last enr while seiv
Ing his country In the nipadtx of I'nlt
ed States Miushal of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, a position to which he was ap
pointed 1 1) the late President McKiuley.
Seivlces were held In Honolulu at that
time1, when the courts and public build
ings dosed In 1 (Sped to his iiienioiy.
The I nlted States steamei KllpatiUk.
Dr. P. II. Wines assistant clliector
of the I'nlted States Census, read the
fmiei.il services and offered pra)er fol
lowed b) fitting lemaiks. A quartet
1 (imposed of friends of the deceased
fiom the Government olllees heie. len
dered two nppropilate hvmns. Senator
and Mrs Cullom. and Mrs William L.
Mason were present Allen P. Ha)
Ma) or of Oak Paik. Ills., William I).
Ra) of Dettolt. Midi, and Miss Llllle
J Hny of this clt). comprised the Im
mediate lelntlves present. The widow
who lives In Chicago, was unable to
stand the Journc) and a son In ( low
land was also absent,
J. A. IIRKCKONS
New- Yoik. Ma) lO.Tbe will of
Archbishop Coirlgan beq'ueaths all his
estate to Illshnp Charles U Mi Donuell
ol Iliookl)n. illshop Wlnand m. Wig
get ol Nevvaik, N. J ami lllsiiop lli'ii
r) Gubilels 01 Ogilensbuig N Y, 'to
have mid to bold as Joint tenants nud
not us tenants in common"
L)y the teiuis ed the will the final
survivor of tho tluee nuiiic-il legatees
.vlll eveutuall) get the entile estatu.
The complete vicltiu ol the e-tat is
plniil at about $120 nun.
Illshop Wlggei, one of the tcuautt, l
Manila, May IS. Tho eholeia situa
tion In .Manila and the piox luces re
mains unchanged. Tho luciease in
cases continues and the fatalities are
still about bu per cc-nt.
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
if so, you need a
NEW SUIT CASE or BAG
We have them here In great variety. Of every ac-ed" kind of leath
er, with fancy trimmings within and without, full leather lined and
canvas lined, high priced and low priced; but none of them of low
quality. We mark them and deliver them free.
We s:ll tourists' requisites cheaper than regular dealers do, be
cause with us that line is merely an Incident of our business. With
them It Is a specialty.
Judge Prices by tiee Two!
SUIT CASE made of lineal selected case leather, Bteel
frame. Holland linen lined, hand sowed Trench edges,
corners riveted and stitched, patented spring locks,
brass trimmings, bag handle with brass loops riveted,
four straps and shlit pocket In body, 22lnchea loliff, In
rtisaet and chocolite colots $6.95
OXFORD BAG, extra lare, heavy stock, long grain, hnnd sew
ed Knlls'i steel frame with polished br.Tss lock and catches,
Vienna handle elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
Inches long 14 15 16 17 18
Pries $6.55 $7.05 $7.40 '$7.90 $8.25
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Voum lady waitress for
lounti'i him h rum Dime Lunch.
Port St 21G0-21
FOR SALE .Pony and carriage, l-'or
lurther piri.ii ulir-i or view, enquire
of J C (J nn Territory Stables.
Special Stockholders' Meeting Oahu
Ra Kvay &. Land Co.
In pur-timi e o' a written teque't of
a stoi'Uhotil"! owning more than one-
filth of ll the si-oik of the Company,
11 Special Meeting of tlio Stockholders
of the Oilm Rillw-ay & Land Co. Is
called far Tuesday June 3. 1902. at
2pm to be held at the office of the
Company St-inscuwald building Ho
nolulu The jlite t of the meeting Is to con
sider .1 propound amendment to tho
Charter of the Company, a copy of
which his been filed with the Secre
tary. A W VAN VALKKNItrnO.
Secret iry Oihu Railway . Land Co.
Honolulu Ma; 2S lOJ
Of Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Company, a Corporation Organized
Undjr tie Laws of the Republic
ot Hawaii, na Territory of Ha
waii. Whereaj, the Pi -Ml lent of said cor 1
porntlon d.d cm th? L'Jtli da) ot Ma).
P.10.', call a b,i' lal meling ot the
stockholder. 0' sibi corporation to be
held at tlio'tini" am! place and lor the j
purpose Irm emitter set tenth, nud dl-i
lee ted the Secretary ot said corpora
tlou to give to the stockholders there I
of notice of slid special meeting, which
said older of said President Is In writ
Ing nnd on HI" v'!! the Secretar) of I
said eorporiicra, I
Now, therefo'e, notice Is hereby glv .
en to the stnckhcildeia ot ald corpor
ation that v 3 o'clock p m on the lith 1
da) of June A D IJU2, a special meet
ing of lb- sto khol lers ot Honolulu ,
Rapid Trnnsll and Land Company will'
be held at the Assjinbly Hall of Castle '
U Cooke Limited corner ot King and 1
Ilethel streets In the City of Honolulu,
Islund or Oahu Territory of Hawaii,
for thn purpose of considering the
proposition to create a bonded Indebt
edness of said Houolulu Rapid Tran
sit and Land Company to the amount
of one million dollars (ll.000.OUQ), In
gold coin of the L'tilted States 01
America nud that If said bonded in
debtedness Is authoilzed to be created
that It be represented b) fuei bonds of
said corporation to hear such date us
the Hoard al tllructors may determine,
to he payable twenty-live (25) )ears
nltci date with Interest at the rate of
sl per cent per annum, pa)able half
)oaily, said lioncK to bo executed and
Issued In sudi denomination or denom
inations as mi) li determined by tho I
H0.111I ol Dliec-turs 0! said eotporatlon, j
nnd ir so created said bonded Indebted I
noss to bo secured by n nioitgage or j
deed of tt Wot upon all ol the corporate
piopeity inA tratiehlses now belonging
to snhl corporator or which 11 ma)
hen ulter uc quite 1
II) older of th President I
J. A OILMAN j
Secictaiy Honolulu Rapid Ttanslt nnd
L A THURSTON, !
Piesldent Hutnlulu Rapid Transit and
Ma) 29, SO 11, Une 1,
NEW - TO-DAY
The Metropolitan Meat Company
will close Its markets on Krluuy, the
.10th Inst., nt 12 in., making one deliv
ery In the forenoon. 2100-lt
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of the Honolulu Rapid Transit nnd
Land Company, by Order of L. A.
Thurston, President of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit and Land Com
Notice Is lietehy given to the Stak
hol.leis of the Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company thai at 9 o'clo-k
A. 111 mi the fith day of June. A. I). 19n2,
a special meeting of the stockholders
of said corporation wilt be held at -ho
Assembly Hnll or Cnrtle & Cooke, Lim
ited, corner of King and Ilethel streets
In the city of Honolulu, Island of Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, for tho purpose of
considering the disposition of certain
shares of the capital stock of flic said
corporation, theretofore authorized to
he issued, and such other business as
may he brought before the said meet
Ing J. A. OILMAN',
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit nnd
May 29, 30. 31; June 1. 2, 3, 4, 5
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R. STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
GOOD FLOOR VARNISH
Our advice Is often asked on
the varnish; and regarding
floor varnish will say uso
S U P R E M 1 S
Wo aro In a position to know
by the remarks of users of dlf
fercnl varnishes and wo have tin
hesitancy In recommending Su
prcmls. It rivals tho best wax
finish In beauty, surpasses It In
durability, and Is a permanent
floor preserver. Does not show
xvhUo scratches Wo sell It, cer
tainly. LEWERS & COOKE,
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
25 Queen St.. Honolulu. H. !
Cholera in New PnHHeHslnnH.
Manila, May 21 The eholeia recoid
to date lollows Manila. Itus eases and
l&Videnths, ptovluces 3W.' cases and
65 Queen St.
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
promises on Borctanla street, adjoin
ing residenco of C. Htistaco Psq.; 130
feet on Dorotanla utrcet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SKCOND Premises 259 Klnatt St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
I'ropcrty han a frontago on Klnatt St.
if 115 feet and a depth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one half cash; balanco on
nortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
hns a right of way entrance to Bcre
THIRD Premises on Klnatt St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$1000. Onc-hnlf cash, balanco on
nortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Berctanla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Qraeen St