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EVENING BULLETIN, IIONOLTfUT. H. T.. KKIDAY, MAY 30 !!n2.
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advertisements perhaps they will help. Have you thought of having
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PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUE
OR PIO'S BACK BOINE
Tako tho Hater for Instance It Is much sought after on the main
land, and cooked with greens makes a delicate iltsh. Try some Cc
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over all others.
Chocolate Creams, French
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candles' absolutely flesh every
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H. MAY & GO,
The Populnr Grocery.
10 MM JUL
DECISION ARRIVED 4T
There Will Be Baseball on Oahu
College Campus This After
noon, Beginning at
1:30 P. M.
As was Mated In yetterday's llullctln.
there was much talk relatlvo to the
postponement until another date of the
baseball games set for today on account
of the nature of the day. This talk
was so genetal and it fccmed to gain
support from to mnny quartern that
It was decided to bring up tho irotter
at tl.c rigular weekly inciting of Him
league. In consequence of this fact,
Deputy Sheriff Chllllugworth us piesl
dent of the league, sent word urounj to
Ibc various members and when the
meeting was called to order shortly af
ter 0 o'clock In the afternoon there
uas a full attendance.
The matter of playing baseball thin
afternoon was taktn up for dlaciistlo.)
8ifd while there were members pi csc.il
who felt that there should be ro i ou
tlets, It was pointed out by others of
the league that It was the Intention of
the yacht club to indulge in u run and
It had also hi en decided to hold the
Hoys- Brigade Mild dnv ,rt Kapiol.iul
park. There had been no .it.i:ipt to
postpone these events Jud tho mem.
beis who spoke on the sublec i (.mild not
see any reason why the bseml panies
should be postponed. eelng tint the
afternoon was to be made a gene:al
It was finally decided to havr tho
games this afternoon nctorillrg to thr
regular si liedtile. the Honulnbi Athletic
t.'liib and C't.stom House tennis playing
first .mil the riinnhou and M iile-llluiii
playing second. Ilotli these games
should lie particularly good.
While tlie I'unahou team Ins hot
rhown up try v. ell yet In Ih iIi Iiik.
the fact still remains that th"ie Iris
been some eiy bald work put .n by
the members of the team which should
turely show itMlf this aftemoon.
The Honolulu team will lie slightly
handicapped as Meat. Lesll" tho Hi si
baseman and one of the moil inipuitnii'
players, Ik III In lb" hospital, a no
James Thompton. the second base, will
be unable to play on account of his
conutctlon with the National fluaid
which will take part In th" Memoiin
Day parade. The Honolulu will l
forceil to put in a couplo of green men.
The personnel of the teams In tho
first game will be as follows, pl.iy to
begin at 1:30 p. in. suarp;
Customs Gorman, ., Tucker, p.:
Sranlcji, 11).; Nowell, 2b , niv.on. Kb.;
Mooie! es.; (Jay, II,, Howim, if.; Kl
Honolulu Cunha. e ; Jov, p.; (Ilea-
son, l'b ; Louis, 2b.; I'rlee, 3b., J. Wil
liams, ss. ; Ilansman, !f.; Ayletl, cf.,
Aylctt or Lehner, rf.
The teams for the tiond Rime vlll
be as follows:
Mailcs Klley. c. CUlk, V IMvls.
lb.; Mana. 2b ; Akau. .lb , Ioikm. tt.;
Hush or 11. Williams, rf.; Taylor rf ;
I'unahous Hcmenwny, p., Ilabbllt,
p., J. Soper, lit ; Luucks, 3b ; Mejeu.
3b.; Speere, ss.; Cooke, rf., Williamson,
cf.; Wllllumson, cf.; A. Marcalllno If
A. M. Nowell Ih now maii'igcr of the
Custom House team. Kcanlon having
It was decided lit ycsteiilay'n rvcllng
that there shall be none hut pl.iv,s,
ollliers of tlie league newspaper men
and polbe otlliers allowed Insld the
STARTED BY NORMAN
HALSTEAD OF HONOLULU
Oice Will Be Opened Up la Very
Short Time Now Loco
trap on Streets
Norman Hnlstead and IiIh new loco
trap created 11 deal ot excitement 011
Merchant street this morning when
the machine mndu Its first nppriuuuce
It Is far superior In appearances and
utility to the automobiles which writ?
here for a while and Is peilectly
noiseless In Its operation.
Mr. Halstend Is convinced that there
Is a good future for locomo'iiles In
this city, and so has formed a com
pany to be known ub tho I.ocunicibllu
Company of Hawaii.
The new concern will open for busi
ness In n vciy few days and then pen.
lie dcs!ii..H ot riding In a new h irse
less inirlage will li'eve an opportunity
tc do so.
The agent y ,if the Loeomoblb .'(.ill
puny id 'lii.onin has been seeiir ! n
t.No Hint )f tho Pacific Loco iioliil
C'.nii .!. Yin' Iloiu .11I1: onice will .lie
a branch of each concern where i"
pair work and nil manner ol altera
tions can be done at short notice by
competent workmen hi ought hole lor
As soon as thiy can be gotten up
I rem the wharf und set up. two tluu
surreys will be 011 view They uio
very handsome ami of the latest pat
The locotinp now being used bj Mr
llalbteail made the flip from town to
the Pall In tweuty-llvo minutes n.
cently and In San Francisco developed
a icinarlinbly high rate of speed
Read "Wants" on page 6.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, liiS Hotel St.
flentlemen refresh yourselves at the
I'll st National Saloon.
Hoiwh plantation mule w.
Vtthci stable next Ailtonioluh
liulldlng King treet.
Tor baby tnirlages and sewing ma
chines ami stoves and safes, call os
Hoffsihlaeger Co., Ltd.
The Hrewer.v contempt care will
come up before Judge ltee on Mnn
day Treasurer Wright will be icpie
sented by Attorney General Dole.
The Catholic cctneterv Is one mass
of flowers today. Them Is hardl.v a
grave without some floral tribute. The
cemetery has been crowded all day
A large number of people took ad
vantage of the holiday today for a trip
down the road. The cars of the O. II
& 1.. Co.'s morning train were all filled.
There was a moving scene at King
ami Alakea streets this forenoon. A
large cottage was started traveling
from the Kaplotani lot to give room
for the projected block.
Acting Governor Cooper expects tbi
leports of sub-committees on th
Pourth of July celebration tomorrow.
I'ntll thpn he will not name the hom
for the executive reception.
George I.. Ball, who was badly In
jured by n fall while superintending
the construction of the Lew era & Cooki
building some months ago. Is able to
walk about with the aid of a cane
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt I'rult Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both 'J-Wllor-nla
and Island fruits Telephone Main
A most tastcfullv and appropriately
decorated window In 11. May & Co.
store attracted ninth attention this
morning. The work was done li)
Frank ltowhind and lepresenis u sul-
Attorney II W HohliiHim who was
i (tallied to defend Klmuiii, tb" Ja
panese who inunleied u woman of hu
race ,t shoit time since has gone to
Walalu.i with an Intenueti'i to look
Into tin details of tlie case.
Harry ('01x111 ClaiKe. the 1 oiui-ilt.in
who s(oied a success heir In Fruvv
lej's Hist eompanv. lias sent to uni
ons addresses in Honolulu his piogram ,
foi u season he Is conducting it the
Columbia theater. S.m Pi 1111 1st o With
a good suppoit, Mr. Cljil' would piob
ably Unci a welcome at Honolulu.
There was 11 abort session of the Po
lice Court. Two drunks weie lined
the usual amount, the big Chinese
gambling case was continued until a
later date. I.iinn l.lmapehu, charged
with truancy, was reprimanded and
discharged and Kauehakii. 'ih.ugcd
with profanity, was fined $." and costs.
The I'aiucllsc of the I'uclllc for .Ma)
U well written and beautiful in both
letterpress und Illustration printing.
As there has been an crroneo,- 'i:ics
blon abroad, it may be staled thai this
number was brought out entltely un
der the dlrectlou of Manager l.'ingion.
The publication as usual had ben cr
rolttcd by the court pending lb- settle
ment of the bankruptcy of the 11sMn
K. Of P. H
The men who have epiessed their
Intention of Joining William McKlnlcv
Lodge, No. IV K. of P the new lodge
which icieutly applied foi a c'liaiter,
met last evening and decided to hold 1
meeting at I p in toiuonon tK.itur
d.i). Mm ::i 111 llaimniiy ball to elect
chaiter niembei.. or the lodge
At that time, the ollliers of the lodge
will also be elected and those elected
to offices who ale not alieady knights
will Ice Initiated
This wnik having In -n c oinpleled. a
recess until & 30 o'clock will bo dc
ilaied. Tho evening meeting will bo
given up to the. Installation of oMUcih
whUh will he of a semi-public 1 liar
.utci Tlie lodge will he Instituted
unci nu opportiiultv will then be pre
sented foi thcihaitci iiiembeis to hum l
their friends '1 he lemaiulug cliaitei
iiiembeis will be iuitlatccl l.itci on.
Yokobiinia. Mu 15 As testive vol
canoes liave of late become1 11 tax upon
Hie public nerve, the following account
of the f ical;s of one of our near neigh
bors, us given h) the Japan Timet, will
be of luteiesf Mount TsiiUtib.i con
tinues to lie 1111 object of mvsteiy to
geologists and seismologists. As we
noted some time ago It continues to
emit a booming sound. No deflnlte so
lutioii has et been made One ex
plauatloii Is that a number of subteira-
ueau cavities must lie existing some
where in tlie body of the hill and that
the sounds iciid vibrations ato 11 lesult
of the fulling of superimposed strata
Into the caverns. This theory Is oppos
ed by some other scientists, who hold
that as gi unite and such hard stones
constitute tho soil of the hill thero can
be 110 possibility of subterranean
cavities existing In tho hill. The ex
planation made by them Is that the dif
ferent strata must have slipped apart,
owing to tho water having loosened
their adhesion, and that this slipping
of the strata produces tho sound and
vibration. Another strange phenom
enon is the fact that the temperature
on the tup of Die hill Is slightly higher
than at Tokyo, for as no reliable lecord
exists to show tlie ti inpeiiitiiie at the
base of tlie hill that of TiiUvii Is sub
stituted foi It. On April li. tlie tbei
liiometer molded .'7 dcgiees on tin
top against 2.ii degiies at Tokjo. On
tho llth the dlfleienie uas as much as
HIS ilegnes and fi.S degiies. ami oil
the lliltll. the llgilifs weie (l.fi degieet
and (! I ib-giees lespedlvely
Ding Miss Hondo Is uothliir If 1 01
up-to-date, )' Know she refused CliuUy
b) wiieless telegiiiphy.
Dong , woman's 110 Ib often es.
"Hut this was a jes-less' mo1 Ual
Ask for this OXFORD, NO. 301 and
see HANAN'S NEW "ADMIRAL"
This shoe Is the prevulllng stvlo for
summer trade, unique In Its orlglnatlty
and extremely popular In design
We open these today. niTcl before you
make selection, ask for this up-to-date
McINERNY SHOE STORE
AT LESS THAN COST
Fin. WINDOW SHADES
on Hartshorn rolleis at '0
Thev in c odds and ends
Ol some we have ten 01
twelve of one kind, and of
others only two or three
The llanshorn rollers
themselves" sell for jfl
(etitH. hence ou get the
shades for nothing.
We want to sell them,
so they're yours for 50
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dentul Parlors every,
day counts and moro people aro realiz
ing that they can get hotter work and
lower priies than anywhere olse.
Kaih di'paittuent ill chargo of 11 iipe
lallst and our operators are ginduato
dentists 01 the hcst-rccognizcd schools
In t ho U. S. or thu worlcj. '
Wo have a larger staff thun any oth
er dental office In tin city; wo bavo
tho best plate workers, ciowu and
bridge) specialists, and In fait all
branches of elcntlstiy as practiced by
us ale strictly up to date.
We can save vou money on your den-'
till work. Wo will tell you In ndvuero
exactly what jour woik will cost by h,
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00 I
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings . ... 1.00
Silver Fillings . ... .50
All our iiistrunients aro thoroughly '
Hterllized before use.
New York Dental Parlors.)
Room i, Kll'.e liulldlng. Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance.
Hoiirb, H a. m tu li p. m.
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If you wish to take a picture
of a group, a wldo building, an
extensive landscape, or anything
else of the kind, ou need on
Takes a pie lure with u scope
ol about I mi .fegrecs fall lor
flee- catalogue showing pic tines.
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Dost of Surf Ilathlng and
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King up Phone Hod 71.
Ants do. If given the Antollne
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the pests use It once they nev
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In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWE
has storied in liiisiness 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 He has no connection
ivlth any other shop.
550 KING ST. P. O. BOX 293.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
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Slock and Bond Brokers.
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