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SUNDAY ntJLLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. 8UNDAY, JUNE 1, 1902.
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A very beautiful assortment
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Architects, Contractors and ullser-
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Sketches and Comet Estimates tu
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P. O. Bol ito
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly auendM to.
Or ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street. Honolulu.
M. F. BERTEL-YLAJVS
To rear ot old stand. Entrance u
King street. Orders left at either sloj
or office at John Nott's store, Ela
street, will receive prompt attention.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
t.ii.i-i! in, Phlltdtlphil.U.S.A.
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For snto by
The Principal Watch
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8ts
H. Hackfeldjk Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also mako a specialty ot enlarging
Oft'lco, tor. South and King Streets
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Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents par
wltl And something very at
tractive this week In
43 Inches wldo In stripes
and figures; regular price
J2.G0 yard; this week
Latest shades anil patterns;
strictly warm weather ma
terial and ot nncst nmllty.
30c and 35c
yards for $1.00
81S Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aormotor.
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt I
W. G. Ashley )udltcrs
T. E. Wall )
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD;
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF 2 :
.-Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel,
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CH0ENIN0. Maraner.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied bj
II. W. Foster.
BOTH MEN TRAINING
Lon Agncw and Jack Weeday arc
both training hard and getting into
readiness (or the bout which Is to take
place between them In the Opera
House on June 11 under the auspices ot
tho II. A. C. OI tho two men, Weeday
Is the heavier. Ills agreement wltn
Agncw is that he shall go Into the ring
weighing 155 pounds and he is now
training down to that weight. Weeday
Is not very tall hut nevertheless he has
n long reach.
Agncw Is at present weighing 147
pounds. He hopes to enter the ring
at U5 but Is doubtful of being nble to
do It as he thinks ho may lose more
than these two pounds during his
training. Agnew's friends are much
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ay on account of the great difference tu
Agnew began his pugilistic career in
Chicago In the early nlnctlcB. He soon
uttracted attention among the fighter
of tb ellght weight class. In '93 he de
feated Joe Sullivan In four flcrco
rounds. Jack McCormlck In three
rounds, boxed to n draw with Harry
l'lgeon, defeated Jim Looby in eight
rounds. Jim ltoblnson, Harry Watson
from Philadelphia and Firman Corlcy , In most of them. He Is now in splen
in two rounds. did trim and u-ndy to meet Weeday de-
Agucw was then heard of In Kansas spite the lattcr's advantage ot super
City where ho defeated Mllkey Pete In , lor weight. Weeday on his side is ki
six rounds after what wad described as
the most desperate fight ever seen Is
that city. Pete fouled Agnew repeat
edly using his knee and shoulder but
even this did not savo him from being
badly beaten. Altogether Agncw at
this time had about flvo fights In Kan
sas and Missouri of which hu came out
winning three and having two draws.
Agnow also defeated Dob Thompson
the then lightweight champion of Utah,
In eight rounds. Ho also defeated Hilly
Akers of San Francisco in three rounds pounds.
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WASHINGTON SOCIETY AND SIGHT-SEERS
MRS. ROOSEVELT'S MANY SOCIAL DUTIES
(Continued from page 1.)
Hints, Congressional documents ini , Thomas K. Walsh leave for their an
books belonging to the Congressional i nual trip to Paris. The Letters lly to
library that were stored away In those I the Mnrblo House at liar Harbor. The
subterranean vaults years ago for want , Hoot homestead Is alieady closed and
of room. The Capitol nceda J3.000.000 Mr3. Hoot and her daughter will go
spent In Improvements. It Is far too ; abroad shortly. .Mrs. Shaw, wife of the
crowded at present for comfortable or Secretary of the Treasury, will leave
advantageous occupancy. Washington at the cud of the month
Then, on the Senate side, there is the' for a visit to Ithaca to her daughters
Vlco President's olllcn, now occupied f at Cornell. She will participate In tho
by Senator Frye. as president of the commencement exerciser of that unl
Scnate, pro tern. On Its east wall hangs vertlty and after u stay In Northern
a great portrait of Washington, by New York will return to Washington
Stuart, supposed to be tho finest ever nnd will probably take quarters at tho
painted of tho great statesman. On ' Chevy Chase Inn for tho summer so ns
the long leathern BOfa Just under It to bo near her husband. Tho wives of
they laid Vice President Wilson when ' officials, whose duties tie them to the
they brought him In from tho Senate Capitol, rarely desert during the heat
Chamber whero he had been suddenly ! eil term. They generally take country
stricken; and there he died. Above a homes nearby where the faithful public
handsome now clock, which tells you servant may find tho solace of homo
when the moon rises and sets, and tho and genial company as a reward for
season of the year, and what the sun devotion.
is going to do every day, and all man- Kappy With Her Children,
ner of other useful thine.. " sire. Itoosovelt. since the comparative
old gilt mirror Judged bjr mo era
ldeas.ltlsno a thing of beauty, nor of
great cost either, but the early Con-
gress which appropriated the funds i
for It hemmed and hawed, and debated , T1 , h opCMlonH arc
and cavilled over the 10 for lb i pur
chase some of the members holding
that It was unheard-o ex ravaBance. '
and he money MM wted "na ly as ,
an aid and encouragement to artistic road.ld. along the country
decoration. At .the opposite en , of the
corridor from tho Vlco President s office
Is the I'rcs.denfs r." )?'; i Tho ?lt?l " tartrtharton In which
just before tho clo e o each session of , ,,,,,. wfe ',, rhlclren talw
Congress that no time may bo lost In ,
tho signing of bills. steed In tan leather, and Is an ex-
. nc opener u n,
The renovation of tho celling of Sta -
luary Hall has destroyed Its acoustics.
The whispering stones are of the past.
One bashful young man Is said to have
pioposed from the doorway leading to
tho llouso chamber, while tho lady
Btood on ono of tho mysterious stones
In tho center of tho hall. She replied
that he might take her when ho could
Becuro tho attention of the gentleman
behind him. Turning, he found that
tho only person behind him was the
Speaker of tho House, whoso desk faces
Statuary Hall. Needless to say, ho has
suffered the fate of many another gen-
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urinal, w.u ,m .....wm w
the attention of the Speaker.
Mrs. Roosevelt In Society.
The social season at Washington Is
Hearing Its end. Mrs. Roosevelt has
dono more than her part to mane inciMmt In tho spring n young mans
season gay and attractlvo and will soon
depart for a well earned rctt at the
family home at Oyster Hay. Several
Washington homes will bo closed dur
ing tho coming week. Mr. nnd Mis.
in '98. Agnew's next big fight In San
Francisco was when he boxed Fred
Muller, tho champion local amateur, be
fore an audience of over 10,000 people.
In this fight Agnew knocked his op
ponent out after sit rounds of still
In October of '90 Agnew fought
In San Francisco. In this fight
showed splendid pluck and
mode It Interesting for a while. Ag
ncw was too much for him, however,
and defeated his man after Ave rounds.
In '97 Agncw boxed with "Spider"
Kelly In San Francisco. After ten
rounds Kelly got tho decision from
Sharkey, who acted as referee. The
decision did not meet with favor, how
ever, the popular sentiment being that
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t, w .ir.fs tr-iffTi ,
Agnew bail deserved It. Agnew also
fought Frank I'urcell of Salt l-ake. The
Salt Lako man refused to weigh In,
well knowing that he was far heavier
than Agncw. Agnew nevertheless
fought him. the battle ending In a
draw after ten rounds during which
the Salt Lake man used tils elbow and
committed so many fouls that he hail
to be warned icpeatedly by the referee.
Altogether Agnew bus fought over n
hundred fights and has romn out well
to be In first rate condltlun also and It
seems certain that the affair In the
Opera llouso will be n more Interesting
exhibition of the manly art than any
that this city has seen for some time.
Among the other boxers who will
show their mettle on the evening ot
11th are Harry Ilennctt nnd Comyn
sky. the soldier, who will box four
rounds and W. S. Harris who has a
challenge out to box any man of his
weight. Harris weighs about IBS
ccedlngly smart little affair, drawn by
, a collide of snlrlted bays. Mrs. Ilonse-
elt. In order to tnko all tho enjoyment
, possibly and actively partklpato In her
children's rambles nbout tho country.
wears on such occasions a short walk
Ink skirt of light tan cloth, with white
waist and a soft felt crush hat of the
rtouuh Itlder style so nonular several
I seasons since, particularly at the time
,()( tho Spanish-American War,
Frye'a Merry Compliments.
Senator Fryo of Maine, president pro
tern of tho Senate. Is tno recipient of
much merry compliment. Last week
nt Senator Dcpew's birthday dinner,
,, wnR ,,, ,, (,ak(, Qm , Wj,g
n thimble, a coin and n ring. Senator
Fryo was tho happy guest who drew
tho prize of the ling, nnd his col-
, leagues and friends are warning him
1 ram-y lightly turns to thoughts of
I.'fco Renntnr Piatt of New York
'its namo ha been connected with
manv matrimonii rumors, and though
'ic dcnlos tho l'"h " li's friends now
assert that the hand of fate Is now dis
covered, and It Is time for him to con
fess the truth,
The departure of Cardinal Martlnelli
leaves a gap In society that Is difficult
to analyze. While not In auj sense a
representative of the Vatican accredit
ed to the American Government, and
holding no position In the diplomatic
corps, he was a man of such broad
knowledge of world policies, that he.
better than any one else, might have
solved the problem of the monastic or
ders and their possessions In the
Philippines, If he could have worked
directly with the President. Hut It has
never been the policy of the Adminis
tration to accord the slightest political
recognition to the Holy Sec. 1'he Pres
ident of the United States Is tnc only
ruler who has not sent gifts to tho
Pope In honor of his approaching Jubi
lee. This course of action Is necessary
jn view of the fact that any recogni
tion of the delegates of Home would
lead other denominations to demand
equal representation nt the National
New Literary Hub.
Uoston is apt to lose Its prestige as
tho literary "Hub of America." Wash
ington Is fast becoming the home of
ninny clever writers. It Is naturally a
great center of scientists, and the new
National University, Indorsed by An
drew Carnegie (which menus that .Mr.
Carnegie Is making another contribu
tion to education) will attract many of
the lending scholars of the country, A
considerable number of authors al
ready live In Washington. The Presi
dent, of course, heads the list, and lie is
the first President, by the way, who
has' been a distinctively literary mnn.
Secretary of State Hay was established
as a writer long before he became
prominent In political life, and his
duiighter. who recently man led Paine
Whitney, has mndo quite u hit wltti
her first novel, Mrs. Van Itcussclaci
Cruger, better known us Jtiiien Gordon,
has an Ideal homo In Washington, Miss
Klllot Seawell, who Is one of the few
women who hnve won distinction both
as a writer of short stories and as a his
torian Is another of the coterie; and
Mrs. Reginald do Kovcn, whose latest
novel, "lly the Waters of llabylon," has
been ho Justly prnlscd for Its accuracy
of detail as well as Intensity of Inter
est, occupies one of the most unique
houses In the city, one which Is repletu
with historic associations. It has here
tofore been known as the Mclgs House,
and was built by (lenernl Mclgs. When
Mrs do Kovcn took the house, sh
stipulated that she should be permitted
to make any nlterntlons she chose. The
complacent real estate agent who rent
ed the property Is rubbing his hands
over the $8000 that liavo already gone
toward permanent Improvements.
Mondell's Big Mall.
It takes a special carrier to deliver
Heiiiehentntlve Mondell h mull these
days. The tremendous Increase of cor
respondence Is due to tho appearance
in one of the Washington papers of the
"A bill providing n penalty of a maxi
mum fine of $5000 or Imprisonment for
not to exceed two years ngnlnst com
mon carriers, such as traction com
panies, railroad companies or other
transportation companies. In the Dis
trict of Columbia who shall discrimi
nate on account of race or color In the
matter of accommodations furnished to
passengers, has been Introduced in tha
House by Representative Mondell of
Mr. Mondell's morning mall consists
of Innumerable protests from tho white
citizens of the District, and equally
numerous congratulations from the col
ored contingent. The Joke Is on Mon
dell for the bill In question was Intro
duced by ltepreseutatlvc Worrell.
White House Changes.
If the two amendments to the sundry
civil bill offered by Mr. Allison aro
enacted, we will have u very dlffereni
White House from the modeBt struc
ture that now houses our Chief Incen
tive. Today, tho sightseer feasts his
eyes on the original structure, with
the conservatory, whl.h Is nothing
more than a hlg glass wing, tacked on
to the west end. Tho amendments pro
pose to sweep away the glasr, wing and
erect upon the pint at the farther end
of It. n simple two story white struc
ture. Since the Hayes administration,
the conservatory has not been the
feature It Is thought to be. Wherefor
tho sweeping away of the conservatory
will he a matter of small regret to
those who are must Interested In tho
proposed changes. Tho small, simple
two-story structure which will be
erected upon tho ground between tho
end of tho conservatory and Executlvo
avenue Is being opposed. Already th
absurd title, 'tho Little White llouso'
hag become a term of opproblum.
Whether. Instead of the great grcn
iark with a big white building In the
middle and a little white building
squatting Inharmonious!)- to one side,
aro the questions at Issue. If the lat
ter scheme Is followed out, It will add
very little to the spaco devoted to so
cial functions, but the offices upstairs
will ho turned Into bed rooms.
Letters From Heaven.
Senator Teller boasts tho queerest
correspondent of any member of Con
gress. Presumably, the mysterious let
ter writer Is a man. at any into ho
Signs himself ICzra. Ills communlca
tlons are dated from "Heaven" and
bear In the date lino always a mystic
combination of numbers, the last read
ing, "Heaven. 52-5-5." The subject of
the epistle Is the Philippine question
and tho writer warns Senntor Teller
to avoid all discussion regarding tho
Washington has had a horse show all
by Itself. It has had horse shows bo-
fore, of course. New York came down
nnd gave It a piece of one the spring
following the war year, and all the
New York ladles wore llttlo sleeves,
which- mado tho big sleeved Washing
ton women groan with envy and de
spair. "We're always two years behind
New York " they say.
This Horso Show was held under tho
auspices of the Chevy Chase Club. It
seems to have been very exclusive and
very bwoII. The exhibitors, who com
prised the smartest of tho "smart set."
rodo or drovo their own nnlrun.H, and
the prizes seem to have been numerous
enough to cover nearly all the entries.
Many of them were dumitcd by Mr.
N'ewlandB of Nevada. His daughter,
Miss K. M. Newlnnds, exhibited no less
than three ladles' hunters, ami only
within the next 60 days
To sec every man, who is operating machinery by
other iowcr than electricity, at our office to figure with
us. Wc can save him money and make him money. The
advantages of electrical transmission of power arc numer
ous, hut the more important may be treated under the
following heads, viz :
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saiing of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone 300
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS COS, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN ft
All classea ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys anl Kav.
porta made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Conatroetlomt
Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Buperts
Undod, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steaa; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Illghwayi, TouUm.
dona, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuation, and Report cC
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Boc O. V,
Engineer and Manager
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
EMIMEHT PHYS1CIAHS have canlulli analsed
bottled from the famous "KOF.N1GSQUELLE" in the
Ilnrz mountains and have unanimously pronounced it the
Pi' REST and on account of its agrccahlc taste, the
MOST REFRESHING OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL WATERS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, II, T., May 16, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on
ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, amount assured by PoUcj
So. 208653 on tho Ufo of William Meyer, deceased.
.1500. (Signed;) CUCIM1ROWN,
Administrator Estato of Wm. Meyof
Tho GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; even In case of sot
cldo niter the policy has been In force ono year. It will bo remembered that
Wm. Meyer shot himself recently.
iBMAIBIT MAY, Aliinnuur.
Qermanla Life Ins. Co, Judd Building.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japunese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT ft TREKT.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR 1INTIKE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
one of them secured a prize, und that
was hut the white ribbon denoting
fourth honor. Miss Daisy I.eltcr did
somo really effertle riding, taking tho
hurdles In splendid ttylo. Of course,
everybody that could get a ticket went,
from Miss Alice Itoosovelt down; and
the gowns were exquisite.
Representative and Mrs. Nowlnnds
have opencil up Woodley, the famou
suburban home of president and Mrs.
Cleveland, and tho picturesque place Is
mice again the scene of many fetes.
J. A. I1RF.CKONS.
Motal painted with VRKUI.KSS
I'HIISRIIVINCI FAINT will not rust o
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
ROO C. I.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received the Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store nnd halls, and aro In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Kllto Ico Cream Tar
tars, Hawaiian Hotel and otners (oo numer
ous to mention. Wo also have tho fame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nblo for lamps to ho placed In yards as a
protection ngalnst night prowlers. Our
lamps are In use throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'g
fuo, Corner of Ileretanla Avenue
nnd I'uuchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. AOADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Olue 3552.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Oulldlnn.
Telephone Main 294.