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EVENINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, JUNK- 2, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
rfiMrji'TtjjTiV"--inB.-r-fc.yj.7. vtw rii - rT-" ' fffi
111 3&k &:n
A Reduction oi 25 per cent
See Our Window Dlsplny.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
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OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES ANDl
SIZES NOW ON HAND.
EAGLE FROZEN OYSTERS
and EASTERN OYSTERS
You can always get Urge, fat oysters at our counter for that loaf
or Btcw or oyster fry. Some people have oysters often", others have
them on special occasions only ours arc a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered anywhere In the city. When you buy butter, If you buy the best
It will bo
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Main 45. Limited
PETITIONS FOK KEIIEAR1NQ
OF SPENDTI1KIFI CASE
Explains in Affidavit His Bargain
With Kalua Kapukini Ills Share
Would Be Only One Tenth
Thomas ntch, nttoruey for Knlua
Kapukini, a sin-iiilttirilt, bus Hied a
motion In the Supremo Court for a r
hearing. Thu petitions that the deci
E'tn heretofore rendered be vacated
LOCAL AND liLNtRAL
New York, May 24. Sugar Raw
steady, ralr refining, 2 7-3c; Centrifu
gal, 96 test, 3 7-16e. Molasses, 2 MGc.
Housekeeping rooms for rcr.t. Soe
lid page 8.
Judg" dear Is profiling nl Circuit
Court chambers this week.
J. A. Hasslngcr passed a very un
comfortable night and Is not us well
J. S. Nobles has been admitted by
Chief Jutlce 1'rear to practice In ths
Mrs. Virginia It.'Murphy of Snn Joie
Cal Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kin
ney, 409 Young street
The band will gle n concert on tho
grounds of the Hawaiian hotel tomor
row (Tuesday) evening.
All creditors of Ward 8. Ilartlctt nrei
on the ground that it was made upon notified to present their claims to him
ceitaln alleged newly discovered nvl' before June 30. See notice on page 8.
In thn form of n trust deed oxe- The literary committee for the
cutcd after the rendition of the Judg- i'oxnlh of July celebration asked for
mint, nnd no opportunity wns accord'
cd him to offer cvldetico contradicting
tir explaining said trust deed. The mat
ter camo to n hearing, Mr. fitch snys,
v-hllo he was absent In California and
Mr. Fleming, who argued tho case In
hl stead, was not fully awure of the
Incts set forth In the affidavit annexed
to this petition.
In his nffldavit Mr. ntch says thu
truet deed to Wm. S. Fleming was to
$100, not $100, as previously reported
The prizes and medals for tho recent
drill and nthletlc events of the Hoys'
llrlgadc were presented Saturday night
More dogs were shot nt the pound In
jlwllcl this morning and the cart was
) out on tho streets again gathering lu
There will be a mating of the board
of directors of the Y. M. C. A. In the
rooms of the association tonight at 7:30
secure the payment of Mr. Fitch's feo
and repayment of cash advnnccs mndu
by htm to Knlua Kapuklul for her sup
port and the expenses of litigation. The
advances were made necessary by tho
refusal ot her E'inrdlan. J A. Magoon
to pay the spendthrift anything for her
support after the commencement of
proceedings In the Flist Circuit Court
to terminate the t p-ndthrllt trust. Aft
et the mnkltig of the trust deed. Mr
I'ltch for the first time examined enre
fully Intolhe condition of Knlua'x es
tate, and tumid that while Its in tual
value was lroni $12,000 to $13.0011
mt.eh of It wns unproductive. Fur one
thing, there wns nnother's life cstu o
In one piece of property, and fur .in-
other J. A. Magoon owned nn un.lhid-
ed one-third nnd J. I'. Meniloncu n
i ndlvldcd one-sixth of the most val
name portion oi tlie realty viz.. nn
undivided one-half ol lot on the iii'ii-t
of Smith and Hotel streets "and no
ratlsfnctory arrangement to sell jr
lease It could be made between Ma
goon as trustee. Magoon as an Individ
ual, nnd J. P. Mendonca."
'The nllovynncc made by Judge Lit
tle to Hear & Humphreys of $500 lot
a counsel fee In n former action ami ol
$2."0 to Geo. A. Davis for counsel fees.
and of $2M) to J. A. Mngoon for coun
sel fees," proceeds tho affiant, "also
educed the available assets of the es
tate, and. considering nil tho circum
stance. 1 oluntarily and of my own
motion, nnd before nn appeal was tak
ei herein, reduced my fee from $2300
The Pacific Heights railway Is now
supplied with power from tho Rapid
Transit sjstem Cars arc running on
The gasoline schooner llcllpoc. Cap
tain Townaend, salN ut 3 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon for Kaunak.ikil '
Kalmlloa, Lahalna, KIIk-I and Makena i
You'e seen the, Al Vista panoramic i
camera ndcertised. luicc ou teen ti
cumcr.i'' If uot th Honolulu Photo
Supplj Co will he pleased to show j
The lames llolph commenced to taki I
nn sugar at Wlluer's h.irf tills moin
Ing. The I'aetnlus nnd the V. II M
moiid are loirtlng iiig.ir at the iullw.ii .
Dune-mi. the man who was so bull) i
,, 1.. II .ictllv lli.i ,,lli..r titi.lit lu ltn.
proving at lite Queen's Hoipllal. Pan
gclly li still In ciistud) at the polliu
One mure niMiap has uime In the
Custom I loiiie team. Chas Klstiin. tli.i
third bacnuin, cannot plaj much long
with the Fi-detals as he intends to
go away oon.
An appllciint for naturalization w.i
put olf by Judge Kstee till tomorrow.
Iiccauso one of his two witnesses was
not nn American iltlren. The witness
who was qualified was a lady.
The steamer Cluudlne nsumes her
regular Maul run next week. The
steamer Maul takes the Claudlne' run
tomorrow, as she did last week. The
Claiiillne Is receiving the uiu.il period
San Francisco, May 'Jj. The steam
er Cnptle.ls to sail Tuesday afternoon
for Honolulu and the Orient. A ship
ment of Sou tuns of lead for Japan will
Ask for this OXFORD, NO. 301 and
see HANAN'S NEW "ADMIRAL"
This shoe Is the prevailing style for
Bummer trade, unique In Its originality
nnd extremely popular In design.
We open these today, aif5 boforo you
mnke selection, ask for this up-to-dAlo
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
H. E. MEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO STREET.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Fred. L. Waldron
convinces you of the superiori
MAY'S FRESH CANDIES
over all others.
Chocolate Creams, French
Creams and all kinds of mixed
candles absolutely fresh every
Como to our candy department
and sample them free.
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
r.nd did subsequent!) advance Geo. A
Davis, Etq . J2I0 for his Bcrvlees (be
sides $250 allowed by tho court), thus
reducing my fee to $1230, or 10 per
cent of the value of her estate. Instead
of 20 per cent ub named In the trust
deed." For tho tamo fee Mr. Flteh
says he agreed to attend to any parti
tion suit bctwem Mngoon, Mendonca
and Kalua and any litigation between
Knlua and the gran'tes of her urn le.
Mr. Fitch vays the Supreme Cnuit
-efused to r.dmlt the trust deed offered
by Mngoon ns evidence, thus shutting
out affidavits Mr Fitch offered explain
ing that Instrument, hut after he hud
gone to the Mnlnliind the court admit
ted the- trust deed without the affidav
its. He says he I.ib advanced $133 to
Kalua for her suppoit. paid Davis a
fe of $230 besides cashing his other
fee of $230 ordered by the court, and
In conclusion prays thus:
"I submit respectfully to your honors
that Inasmuch an your decision ap
pears to be based upon the assumption
that Kalua Kapukini agreed to pay 20
per cent of her cstato to her luwjur
for his services, when in truth mid In
fact she was to pay but 10 pur cent,
n rehearing should bo granted and n
decree made upon tho record without
reference to the trust deed or proceed
ings thereunder, nnd that pending said
rehearing the guardian, J. A. lugoon
Ksq., bo dliccted to pay me out of tha
eclate the cash ndvanccs actually and
necessarily made by mo to Kalua Ka
J. Alfred Magoon and wife against
Chin Kee Gnau and Aug Ton was heard
this morning an demurrer by Judg
Hoblnson. The demurrer was civerruN
eel. with ten days for defendants ta
answer, and exceptions were noted.
Judge dear denied the motion of Uus.
Bel & Watson on behalf of two nephew a
of the late A. D Scrltngeour residing at
Oakland. Cnl., for specific inventory
and appraisement of the estate of de
Judge Robinson granted M. O. Sllva's
wlfo a divorce with $(i0 a month ali
mony, an attorney's fee of $230 and
custody of the children.
John K. Prendergabt petitions for ap
proval of accounts and dlscJiargo as ad
ministrator of the catato of Kaulcwnl
A. U. Sllva by his attorney, A. O.
Correa, has demurred to the bill for
Injunction of Jaclntlio Jose Ilodrlgiiea.
AT LESS THAU COST
Fine WINDOW SHADES
on Hartshorn rollers nt 30
They are odds and ends.
Of some wo have ten or
twelve of one kind, nnd or
others only two or three.
Tho Hartshorn rollers
themselves sell for SO
cents, hence you get the
shndes for nothing.
We want to sell them,
so they're jours for 50
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
to $1300 and agree," out of that to payifunn part of her cargo, the material
being deslgne-d for use In the manufac
ture of bullets for the Japanese- Gov
Hundred of friends of Dr. aud Mrs
S. U. illshop called at their home on
School street Saturday afternoon and
offered congratulations at the attain
ment uf their fiftieth wedding .innlver
saiy. Numerous preients vvetv ejlven
them. The names of those h ailed
were registered in a book piepau-d fur
A Chinese peddlei nf mk. and a
Japanese laborer gut Into an alterca
tion near the Kliuu wliart Hits fore
noon. The Chinaman n-d Ills stick
quite- frcel) on the .luuite-e ami got
thu be-Rt of the tlgbl llllh ei Diivau
thelle wns ni-jr h at the time and ar
rested the belligerent,! lii eic re
moved to the pnlki- sliiiion In the pa-
Thomas Pi line of lllrmlnsham. F.n
gland, who gave quite a number nf In
teresting lectures on TlH-nsiiphj in San
Francisco will intuitu I a i unite hero
under the nutpice of the vlnha ilraiu-h
Thensophical Soelet.v. Thursday even
ing's Iceture for Ihe general public
and TiH'sdajs for members only. Tho
subject Thltrsdu evening ttl be "The
There was u large atiemlaneo at thn
meeting nf the iiiemhcri. ot the He
organlzi'd Church of Jesus Christ In
Arlon hull last night u address wai
delivered by .Ie-andei .Smith, son ol
the prophet, the speakei dwelling nn
the history of the movement begun bj
Joseph Smith He epl.iliieil the many
dlfTeiences between the niiiganlzcil
church and that of I tali.
Captain anil Mrs Dait and little Mill
Geraldlne Dart of the bark I'actolus,
entertained a few nf theli ft lends in
their vessels euz cabin ysteiduy af
ternoon. Among thoe pr " ''"
Captain Olsen of the silionner James
llolph. Captain Hanon of the barken
tine W. II. Dlmond and Captain Janes.
A dainty lunch materials added to the
pleasure of the occasion.
The new lodge (William McKlnley
No. 8) of Knights of P thins, met In
Harmony hall Saturdaj afternoon and
evening. The following utile er were
elected nnd Installed bj D. ! S, C. Sin
clair, assisted by H. J. Gallagher as
Grand Prelate and '.. K Meers as
Grand Muster-at-Arms. C M. V. I'ors
tcr. C. Ci F. H. Kllbey. V. t'.s II. A.
.Taylor, Prelate; Geo, I". Ward M. oi
W.; A. Arenelt. K. of It A: h.; vv r
Storey. M. of F.x.; E. II. Hendry. M. ol
F.: O. Erlckson, M. al A . A Chambeis,
I. (J.; I). P. l-twrence. O. .. trustees,
A. N. Sinclair, P. C; II. McKeclinle,
and Jas. lllcknell; lodge phslclan. A.
N. Sinclair, P. C.
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A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf liathlng and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Hatha Douffot, Liv
ery. Electric Lights.
I.. H. DUE Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Rod 71.
J. M. FISHER
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FIRE AQSOCIATION, of PhllndflpMft
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCIIANaE
Honolulu. M'b 2, 1901
NAME OF STOCK
!C.HU1 I J J
C Brtwtr ACorrttny
n 5 SacM D Q Co.LH
l.O.Ktr? H Co., LtJ
bwi naniiTion K.0 .. ' vw,aoe
ruwiiiinLon uLo t.iit.io
Hopovu Softf Co
Htika Suer C
Kakukg Piintitien Co
Ctthulu SofirCo ..,
Toloa Sural Co
Onomta Surf Co
Olaa Su. Co., LU , at)
OlaaSuCo Ltd pJupf
Otowalu Cow r any .
Paaohau So, Plan Co
Pacific Supar Mill
Pt Plantation Co
l'fptkfo St Kir Co .
Walalua Acn Co...
Waina Mill Co .. . .
Wilvlrr Steamthle Cn
Inter-rslani Steam N Co
Hawaiun LWtrk Co
Hon, RarUT. & L. Co
Mutual Trttrlinne Co
OahuRyAtL Co. . .,
MawaHan iov 5 ftr cent
Hllo H H Co 6 per cent
Hon Rapli Transit . .
Ewa Plantat n 6 percent
anu k l o per
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c.
Walaloa AcrlcU 6 p. c
7)1 vl (lends C. Hrewer & Co.. 1 per
cent: Ewa. 1 per cent; KnhuMt, 1 per
ce-nt. Oahu. 1 2 per cent; Onomen. 1
per cent. OTftwalii. 1-2 per cent; Wnl
mannlo. 2 per pent- Hawaiian Electric
Co. 1-2 per cent. Walhiku, 1 1-2 per
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQB.
Orders for tho purchase or talt oi
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. SUngert.
wald Bldg. Poitoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
New York Dental
The high class ot work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors entry
day counts and more people arc realiz
ing that they can got better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department In charge of n spo-
elallst and our operators arc graduato
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
in the I'. S. or tho world.
We have u larger stuff than nny oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
the best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In ndvanco
exactly what your 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
Sliver Fillings 50
Antd ilo, If gt'TCn the Aniotlno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use eft this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable ob It Is not a poison
but baa the desired result.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCCD ON 6UGAH
Honolulu Drug Stored Fort street.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
I STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWE
1 403 Judd Building:.
P. H. Burnette
has started In business again now at1
530 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL!
BUILDING, where he Is prepared, to ' '
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its '-ranches, and wilt be pleased I
to see all of his old patrons, as well i 79 Merchant Street.
as new ones Ho has no connection ' Campbell Blrck. Ground Flosr.
with any other shop.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur-
550 KING ST. P. O. BOX 293. aneei and Collection, Notary Public.
A. F. Judd was appointed adminis
trator of the estate of D. II. Labllahl,
deceased, under $100 bond,
Judge Hoblnson grantrf? a divorce to
All our Instruments arc thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Houm I. Ellto Ilulldlng. Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance.
Iloiirb, S a. in. to C p. m.
Sundays, 0 a. m. to 12 m.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
The application of A (J CurtU for
nine Olaa lots under H settlement asso
ciation was approved b) the cxeciltlvo
council. Land at Kau will be put up
at auction as caneland for an upset
price of (I an acre. A lot of 2 7-10
nccres at Apokua will be put up for
lease for 15 years at $15 an acre pur
A perfect wonder.
Handsome booklet glve-n fico
showing pictures. Conm and
see It at
Photo Supply Co
NO. 10 8TORB
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
Tbc beat collection In the city nnd much
lower thnn imunl prlcea for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
P. O. Dox E63; To) Dlue 71; Room
t, BpmckeJs Duildh-t.
I the wife of Victor J. Morgan.