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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., TUESDAY. JUNE 3, 1102.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction o 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
OVER 15 DIFFERENT STYLES AND
SIZES HOWJH HAND,
EAGLE FROZEN OYSTERS
and EASTERN OYSTERS
You can always get large, fat oyster at our counter for thut loaf
or stew or oyster fry. Some pojple havo oyBters often, otliera hnvo
them on special occasions only ours are a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered anywhere In tho city. When you buy butter. If you buy the best
It will bo
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Main 4f.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box its-, Tel Dluo 7(1; Room
, Bprocuwi uuiiaib.
convinces you of the superiori
MAY'S FRESH CANDIES
oer all others.
Chocolate Creams, French
Creams and all kinds of mixed
candles absolutely fresh every
Come to our candy department
and sample them free.
H. MAY & GO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
Held In Parlors of Cen
tral Union Church
OF SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS
Mention Made of Great Activity Among
Buddhists and Work Against Chris
The annual meeting of tho Woman-
Hoard of Missions took place this
forenoon In the Central Union Church.
At 12 o'clock the meeting adjourned
for the forenoon.
The nudllorlum of the church was
well filled, practically all those at
tending being ladles. The services
began with the singing of the hymn
"Rock of Ages," alter which Miss
Martha Chamberlain, vice president of
the Hoard, gave a short talk.
.Miss Chamberlain dwelt shortly up
on the great etlr which the capture of
Miss Stone by Bulgarian brigands had
given the missionary workers through
out the whole world and passed from
this ocr to speaking of the recent tei
rlblc disaster which befell Ill-fated
Martinique, reminding those present
that this meant especially much to this
ommunlty, duelling on vulcanic Isl
ands, and ended by reminding those
present to remember that the Lonl
Mrs. Hyde spoke from the text: "Kor
ye arc God's workmanship, ervnted un
der Christ Jesus unto good works."
The report of the Home Secretary
.vas next read. Nothing of much Im
portance was contained tbcrclu.
The reports from the workers In tho
leld were next read. Mrs. Soares re
ported on the mission work done
among the Portuguese, dwelling espo
:!ally on the open air meetings In the
Mrs. Gullck reported on the Japan
:sc mission work, dwelling especially
lpon the Increase of the workers In
bis field and mentioned that at pres
ent there was a Inrge activity evident
imong the Iluddblsts, who, by bulbi
ng temples and In other ways, wern
lolng their best to prevent the spread
ng of Christianity among the Japan
e. Mrs. Gullck also spoke on the
lecesslty of a good home for Japanese
It Is customary for the Japanese
uen on arriving to these islands to go
lut to the plantations to look for work
vhllo they leave their wives alono In
.his city, where they are perfect strati
(crs, A home for these women on a
imall scale had already been started
near 0. H. Gullck's residence on Ala
pat street and had been found to bo
.'ery successful as far as It went.
There was an urgent necessity, how
ever, that a home on a large Bcale bo
started for these poor women.
Mrs. Damon reported on the Chinese
mission work and read several reporti
from the outside fields.
The report from Maul deplores tho
rapid Increase of opium smoking and
gambling among the Chinese, while
'ho Hilo report cpoke inteiestingly of
the effect of tire Imperial edict ordering
the Chinese women to give up their
The report of Miss Whiten ,m of Pa
lama chapel also spoke very Interest
ingly on the pretcnt process of emun
dpatlon of the Chinese women.
While Mrs. Damon tpoge, a number
of girls from Knwalnhno Seminary hint
tiled Into the church. Upon tin cioso
of Mrs. Damon's reading a very pleas
ing ocal selection was rcn lered by
The reports from the "I.lni.i Kokua,"
a mission society among the liuujia
liao Seminary nil Ik, and the I'.uialil
band, a blmllar society unions the pu
pils of the Kamehamelu Girls' School,
woic then read, followed by the icport
of Miss Laura Green, tho Woman'H
Hoard's missionary nmong the Hawaii
ans. .Miss Green spoke, on the work
which Is being done nmong the Ha
waiian women, emphasizing especial
ly the great need existing for a kltch
en wheie Hawaiian girls could be
taught to cook and pointing nut that
the results would bo of vast temporal
urn! spiritual benefit.
Tho report of the Mlsslonaiy Glean
ers was read and then came the report
of the recording secretary.
The recording secietary In her re
port first noted that while for thirty
years the Hoard had never fulled to
hold Its twelve regular monthly meet
ings there had this year been made a
departure from tho custom by omitting
the meetings In the summer months.
She next mentioned the reports
which had been received from foreign
mission fields, such as Pleasant Island,
Guam, China, the Itumnbal Association
Tho report of the treasurer. Mrs. B.
I Dillingham, followed. -Mrs, Coan
read the report. It showed balance on
hand June 4, 1901. $2832.35. The
amount raised this year was $2224,33
and expenditures $2287.60. llalancc to
new account (544.65,
After the reading of this report a
hymn was sung, during which a collec
tion was taken up. The meeting then
uiljourned to luncheon which had been
spread on small table In tho parrots of
tho church. Tho meeting lontlnucd
again at 1.30 p. m.
The ever popular Halncr Hecr Is just
as much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught nt the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at the old. The longer It Is
used tho bettor If t liked
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New YorR, May 26. Sugar Raw,
steady; fair refining, 2 7-8ei centrifu
gal, 96 test, 3 7-1 6c; molasses sugar,
2 1 1-16c ; refined, steady.
II. W. Poster. Jeweler. 138 Hnte! St.
A baik nns sighted twenty miles In
tho southwest at 12:23 o'clock this aft-
Jim Gin man continues to lmproe. A
number ot the boys calk-d on lilm this
The lepalr department of the Mann-
factuters' Shoe Co. Is strictly up to date
' I.c.ie jour shoes there to be repaired
Jas. P. Morgan advertises a large
sale of household furniture, etc.. for
Wednesday, June 4. at his salesrooms
Bight Japanese appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charge
of playing "craps." They pleaded
guilty and were fined $10 and costs
J. A. Hasslnger spent a ery poor
night and was very low this morning.
At about 9 o'clock he began to rally
and Is now In about the same condition
as ho was yesterday.
The Hawaii agent of the Matson Nav.
Igatlon Company, It. T, Ouard, return
ed to illlo In the Klnau today. Cap
tain Johnson of the bark Roderick Dhu
also returned In the Klnau.
Hatch & Sllllman tunc filed a bill of
exceptions, contnlnlng fit pages o.'
typewriting, for defendant In the Pearl
Harbor Naval Station condemnation
suit against Honolulu Plantation Co.
The entries for the trotting races
close this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
list of entries for the running races
will be reopened and will not close
again before next Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Charlie Hosen, warrant machinist ol
the Solace, giected his many friend
In town today. Since his last visit hero
he has Joined the i:il;s nnd proudly ills
plays the emblem of the best people on
earth In his buttonhole,
James V. Murray, executive officer
to chief engineer C. A. Carr of thi'
Sohiee. Is to lcae that csrcI at Guam
The genial engineer Is accompanied by
his family who will make their horn
with hlniMn the Pacific Island.
There Is a ptobablllty that the Hca
lanl benefit to hae taken place on the
ulght of the 11th of .lur.' will l.c post
poned until a later date. Allan Dunn,
who has the matter In hand, piomlses
something unique and a fine entertain
ment. M. Preston Ilarr. famltlarl) known
aboard the Solace as "Mickey," Is th
proud possessor of a commission as en
sign this trip. He Is chief sallmakcr
In the Navy and his many friends In
town will be glad to know of his ad
vancement. The Fanciers Poultry and Pigeon
Breeders Association Is arranging to
give n poultry show at which prizes
will be gien for the best specimen
ot poultry and pigeons exhibited The
late hus not been fixed but the arrange
ments under way point to the near fit
During the drill of the police on tin
Mi'.klkl parade grounds the other day
several pictures were taken. Prints ol
i these were at the police, station todaj
and quite a number of the officers: pur
chased pictures of the whole force lu
extended order and standing at "port
Among the arrivals from Maul and
Hawaii porta lu the Muuna Loa today
were the following: F. J. Amweg, Mr.
and Mrs. J, U. Agasslz, George Rodlck,
G. K. Wilder. Mrs. I Leslie. (.'. Strlck
laml. Sister Hnnaventurii, C. U. Wells,
H. A. Isenbcrg. II. Fockc, A. A. Hen
son u ml C. P. Morse.
Miss Louisa Day of San Friinc'lscii
nrriM'd Siindav in the S. N. Castle on
visit to her father and hoping to re
gain her health after a very seiioui
Illness. Miss Day Is u wiy accom
plished musician und as she will to
main In Honolulu some months. Ii
sure to be very popular lu social and
The annual meeting of the HojV
Uilgnde was held In the Y. M C. A.
lust c cnlng. The reports showed tho
brigade In excellent condition. A com
mittee consisting of Hev. W. D. Vrs
tcnclt. Prof. Itlchards and N. 1C. Na
kulna was appointed to revise tho con
stitution. Tho following officers wcro
elected tor the coming year: President
Theodore Hichurds; secretary. John V
Erdmun; tiensuier, J. P. Cooke.
The three Japanese ulleged to hav
let off a churge of gliint powder In tho
vicinity of Samuel G. Wllder's place
lu Niiuiinii the other day, appealed In
the Police Court tills forenoon on the
charge of common nuisance. Two ol
the men stated thut they hail nothing
to do with tho blasting but that they
were employed by the third mun The
latter admitted his guilt and was fined
$23 and costs whllo the other two hud
their cases nolle pios'd. It appears that
one of the locks sent foitli by tho blast
at the place where the Japanese were
winking, went through the window ol
the dining room at the Wilder home,
smashing the glims and alarming the
TREE OF BEAUTY.
tin..... u iMu-unl Ikntiin una In nV
1 (It'll tJa !" ." - - "
Ion he walkeil five miles to seo an or
nnHnmiul t.wi nitnixl Arnhnrstift Nobl
Hb. after the Duchoss of Amherst, and
felt rewarded for nis pains, u uaa
lr.li onarlnr luUVftH ftnfh llPftrltig thrift
1 IV It punict SS-MTVW -- "-
yellow knobs. Commissioner Wray
Taylor wrote fur seed but has received
n disappointing answer. John C. Wll
lis, dlroctoi of tho Royal Ilotanlcal
Gardens, ucyion, lniorms nun uiui cuu
,...! lu almnot I m rindull ill, t(l Obtain.
us thu treo sets hut a single seed every
two years, aim me tree uucs uiu imi
agate leadlly from slips or cuttings.
FIGHTING IN COLUMHIA.
Colon. Colombia, May 24 The Unit
ed StatcB gunbout Muchlus, which ar
rived here this noon, repents a battle
between the Government and insur
gent troops at Chlrlqul Grande, in
which General Luis Gomez, military
governor of Colon, is said to have
been killed. No furUier details of the
ll'glit are kuown here.
Ask for this OXFORD, NO. 301 and
see HASAN'S NEW "ADMIRAL"
This shoe Is the prevailing style for
summer trade, unique In Its originality
and extremely popular In design.
We open these today. null before you
make selection, ask for tills up-to-date
McINERNY SHOE STORE
AT LESS THAN COST
Fine WINDOW SHADES
on Hartshorn rollers at SO
They are odds nnd ends.
Of some wo have ten or
twelve of one kind, nnd of
others only two or three.
Tho Hartshorn rollers
themselves" sell for DO
cents, henco you get the
shades for nothing.
Wo want to sell them,
so they're yours for 50
FURNITURE CO., Limited
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people nro realiz
ing that they can get bettor work and
lower pi Ices than anywhere else.
Hach department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators nro graduate
dentists 01 tho best-rccognlzed schools
In tho V. S. or tho world.
We liuve a Inrger staff than any oth
er dental orflco In tho city; wo havo
thu best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and in fact all
brunches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your don-
tnl work. Wo will tell you In advanco
oxactly 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 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized bcloro uso,
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elllo Hullding. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A perfect wonder.
Handsome booklet given free
showing pictures. Come, nnd
see It at
Photo Supply Go
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine, and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Uathlng and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Hatha. Boutfet, Liv
ery, nicctrle Lights.
L. H. DEE. Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use of this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
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 started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all its ''ranches, and will he pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well.
as new ones. Ho has no connection I
with any other shop.
550 KING ST. P. O. BOX 293.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city and m ch
lower thnn usual prices for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
J. hi. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers,
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhltccMpM
WE8TERN A88URANCC CO, f Tl
Orflcei Stangenwald Hid it ttfv
chant Street. Tel. wain St.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JLAE 2, 190
NAME OF STOCK j &Sp I? B'
P f !
C, Brttrtf ft Coaf any. . ..oeo.ox
n.a 3i(niuu,v.o,ii, 00,000
L.ts. Ktrr t.o.. lu..
Bi Piinfition Ca
HtwillanCon.ft Su Co i Mtt.yjJ
HiwttUnSurir Co 1,000,000
Htln) Sufif C.. .,
Ythutni Piiniatton Co
Klpthutu Suftr Co
Cotoa Surtr C .. .
CHoawi Sotf Co,
xhuisi aurtr nil, to , y,i
OU So. Co.. LU., 1 io;.
viaa .3U s-tj, lij pa up l ,
Pnuh.u So, plan Co
Pacific Sunr Mill.
Pala Planta'lon Co
Herwk.o Si ir.r Co ..
Plonm Mill Co.
Walalua Acn Co.. ..
WalHikuSocarCo . . .
Walnwa Mill Co
Wlljff Suanthlp Co I
Inur-lilanJ SltanN Co
Hawaiian Elpctrlc Co
Hon Kapli T St L Co
Mtlftal Tetrrnorw Co
OanjHv&L Co .. I
Hawaiian Ciov 5 r ef cenii
H1I0HKC0 ir.r cent.
Hon HaplJ Turin , . .
Ewa Planta n 6 per cnl, .
Oanu mtCr.it I .
Oahu Plantall in (i p c . .
Olaa Plantations p. c 1.
vvaiaiua ncucui op c 1.
Sales i'.i i:n. $21; IS Hawallac
Electric Co.. $90; 30 Olaa. nise-swOilr.
$2.;u. Kill Olaa. asaexsahle. $:.2o. H)V
Olaa. assessable $2.2j. 200 Olas. as
sessable $2 2.".. ,",0 Ol.ia. afSPMabW,
$2.2.".. 100 Olaa asiessable $2.2r,; M H.
II. T & I. Co. $100. M II IL T. A l
Co.. $100, 20 H It T & I. Co . $ltM.
SO Ewa. $23.87 1-2, 20 Ewa. $21.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
I MEMBER OP
, HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQfc
Orders for the purchase or tal at
stocks and bonds caretuly and proajt
ly executed. Loans negotiated....,.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tanon
wald Bldg. Pottofflce box ISO; Tata
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON HUG A
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Bui ldin:.
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant StreeL
, Campbell Blrck. Ground Floir.
I Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
i ance and Collection, Notary Public