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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H, T-, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1, 1902.
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A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction oif 25 per cent
See Our Window DUploy.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS.
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OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND 9
SIZES NOW ON HAND,
SHOULD BE HELD IN
WATERS OF HARBOR
Opinion of Member of Sports Commit
tee On Subject -.Trip to
Pearl Harbor Is
There tins been considerable com
mint of late with reject to the aritint-
Is snorts prorated for the fourth ol
July. The boat club men are natural
ly In favor of holding the champ'on
ship races nt Pearl Harbor since It Is
Impossible, they say, to pull off n laMs
factory rnce with shells In the harbor
and out nrounil the rough water in tho
vicinity of tho bell buoy.
However, there Is another side to
this question which many of the men
Interested In the Keneial celebration
of the Fourth of July are now discuss
ing. It Is thought by them that tho
boat clubs should cither sot some inn
er day for their championship races or
hold them In the harbor In connection
with other aquatic events. Sold n
member of the sports committee to
day: "It seems to me that holding ilc
championship rnt.es down at Purl
Harbor on (he I-ourth of July Is not
seen In the right light by tho men nt
the head of the two clubs that will
compete. Ily giving these events nl
I'earl natbor. a grent many of the peo
ple will lie deprived of seeing tliotn -id
account of the railroad fare which tiioy
tan Ill-afford to pay. Ily holding tii-m
In the waters of the lay,.overy!i,.dv
will have n chance t see them.
"This celebintTm Is in some te
pi"t an attempt nt educating tne
people tip to n proper recognition 01
tin Fouith of July, and It would hu t.o
bad to hold n part of the celebration In
the city and another pnit nt Pearl liar
bor. We want all the people In tin1
city during the morning, the afternoon
and the eviVing, and thete should I e
no attempt, however unintentional, to
get them away from the city a unj
time during the way. II the champion
ship races muM he held nt I'earl It.ir
bor, let them be given at another time.
EAGLE FROZEN OYSTERS
and EASTERN OYSTERS
You can always get large, fat oysters at our counter for that loaf
or stew or oyster fry. Some poiplo have oysters often, others have
them on special occasions only urs are a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered anywhero In tho city. When you buy butter. If you buy the best
It will bo
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Mnln 45. Limited
SAW SKIES AFLAME
(Continued from page 1.)
wammi-min u.v ,rr- -mm. i rfnffltiTifufrTrrWlti
Spciuh.tlnn as to how the whale had
come to its death Immediately becnino
rife and all kinds of theories were ad
vanced. The most popular Idea, the
one that ecimed to please the general
mind most, was that .Mr. Whale bad
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Driver wanted. See ad page S.
11. V. Poster. Jeweler. 158 Hotel St
A good upright piano for sale cheap.
See ad page S .
A II horse power gasoline engine in
offered for sale. See ad Pago 8.
Hewurd Is offered for return of a
fountain pen to room 3, Mclntyre build
ing. Ulahk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Charles Melnecke of Kau. leave In
the Aorangi for a trip to his old home
The owner of a silk bag recently lost
can hao same by calling at 5, Mcln
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
HolTschlaeger Co., Ltd,
Mrs. Francis W. Smith, nee McCully,
will be at home to her friends tomor
row at 1270 Ilcrctanla street.
A full line of praer books and hm
nals for the Protestant Episcopal
Church for sale at the Oolden Hull
II. May & Co. have met with great
Buccchs in their candy department,
owing to the superiority of their fresh
Auction sale of schooner Eclipse
takes place at 10 a. m..' June 10 at foot
of Nuunnti street. Jas. F. Morgan will
Clerk W. II. Mallng has the Hulea
of the l'nlted States District Court
leady for distribution to tiiose entitle!
Jim Gorman, the Custom House base
ball team catcher, continues to Improve
and Dr. Cooper, the attending physi
cian, states Unit he will be able to get
out on Monday next.
United Plates pensioners of the
Union army wcie putting their paper
through the icquiifd formalities for
drawing theli v cat's pension at the
ofilce of the Federal court this morning.
On Thursday afternoon nt " o'doilt
Mrs. Joseph Kli'harils, mother of Prof.
Thco. Itlchards. will lei-tun- In the Y.
W. C. A. looms on the sublet t "In the
Public Eye." All ladles Intel i-stcd are
Invited to be present.
Three Portuguese express wagon
drivers who have their stand on (In ecu
fctreet. near Fort, were arrested this
morning by OliUer Huiry Flint for
leaving their horses untied In the street
unit absolutely unattended.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortli and u
number of special ofllccrs "raided a
gambling den at Iwllei at the noon hour
today and captured forty Chinamen.
This la one of the biggest raids the
police have made In some time.
The committee of the Merchants' As
sociation In charge of preliminaries
looking toward a "Merchants' Day" Is
not ct ready to report, no word hav
ing yet heon received from the steam
ship companies with respect to cut
Last night und this morning I'. S
Marshal Hendry had warrants execut
ed for the arrest of Kulianuapo, Kewcu
und Melewn, the latter two being wo
men, on the charge of unlawful brew
ing. The arrests were the eequel of
J the raiding of a swipes Joint near Camp
Ask for this OXFORD, NO. 301 and
see HANAN'3 NEW "ADMIRAL"
This shoe Is tho prevailing style for
summer trade, unique In Its originality
and extremely popular In design.
We open these today, afTJ before you
make selection, ask for this up-to-date
McINERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladilplibj.
WE8TEHN ASSURANCE CO, tf T-
Offices Stangenwald Ida., M(
chant Street. Tel. Main SSI.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
Honolulu, JUNE 4, 1002
NAME OF STOCK ' p"" '?! Dll
ht'cn KhnrkPfl f ri ilcnth liv n Kiittmnrlmt .
.1 -. 1 1 .1 t MrKlnlev on Momluv nlsht.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Walluku, Maul. May 1, 1902.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased in Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought me great trouble, and ono
of threo things must occur:
1. You must stop making them; or
2. I must get them at less expense;
3. I am a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've had many
"Jars." My family from early morn
cry "Pickles"; neighbors ring Tho door
hell and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It mo In expectation of "PIckW.
Your pickles are my Nomesls. Pleate,
dear sirs, quote them by tlio Keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or shipload, und
"preserve" me. Yours very truly,
P. S. I want Gherkins, Cauliflower.
Onion. Marynln, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
210 TWO TELEPHONES 240
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artlitle
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
that Is, or tho ono to be, will
appreciate tho freshness, purity
and flavor of our
Wo havo built up a largo rale
of these candies In a very short
time and It is tho superiority of
the sweets that bus done It. Or
der either at the storo or by tel
ephone; you will get tho bin
H. MAY & GO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
earthquake or volcanic eruption. Inas
much ng volcano generally and tho
Martinique dlmnur particularly had
lien the general subject of conversa
tion this deduction teemed natural.
Among the through passengers Is the
lion. William Knox, a member of the
Australian lloute of Itcprcscntatlvcs.
Speaker Miller of the House of Repre
sentatives is also aboard. Manager
C. Heynolds of the Pacific Cable Com
pany Is nnothei prominent passenger
on his way to Canada.
At '' M o'lloik Hi It- afternoon, tli'i
Aornngl Fnlls fi.r Vancouver and Vic
toria. Many ptople are sending mall
to the States by way 0 Vlilorla. as the
next regular mull to the Coast does not
have here until the Tth Inst.
Among the pancngers leaving In tho
Aorangi from Honolulu Is Ilobert Mot
rin Darrach, a young Philadelphia!!,
who ariived In Honolulu not long ago
in the American bnik Nuiinnu fiom
New York. Mr. Darrach look the voy
age around the Horn for the benefit of
his health ami. having regained his
health. Is now 11 turning to the I'ast by
way of Victoria. During his short ulnv
In Honolulu h made many friends and
formed a stent fondncs for the Isl
ands He may return to Honolulu
Following Is n complete list of tlm
through passengers In the Aorangi. A
list of pr.fsengers boarding tho vessel
here appiars eltewhtrc: Mrs. Ilnwkes
Mrs. Kirkliy. Mrs. W. E. Hiding. J. Far
rlngton, Itev. W. E. Crawford. Mrs.
Crawford, W. C. Howe, Mrs. Kvcrs
Miss Thompson, T. It. Doiikin. W N.
Stephens L. Trevor Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. M'Kean, II. Dovvllng. G. B
Mnrlndln. Mrs. Mnrlndln, Miss II. Ma-
rlndln, J. McGIIl, J. N. Sproat. G. Rob
trtton. Mr. and MrB. Slocock. Miss lies
sle McCormack. Edward McCortnaik,
E. P. Humphrey, W. II. Heynolds, Mr.
and Mrs. Nlelson, Mrs, Hull, Muster
Hall. Mrs. Gale. Mrs, Thomas, W. Huy,
Commander Philip Hankln. H. N., Mrs,
Hnnkin, E. E. D. Clarke, Hon. E. Mil
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Davey. Miss Davey,
Miss J. J. Davey, Miss Doris Davey,
Miss Gladys Davey, Hon. W. Knox,
Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Illalr, Miss lllnlr. Mr.
and Mrs. Humphries, Mr. and Mrs, J.
Hnzlett John Edmondson. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. H. Gelsb, G. Thornton. Mrs
Thornton, Capt. G, II. Hlcnkln. II. Win
ther, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hell, Miss A.
Thorpe, Mrs. Purdy. A. Lister. Dr. J
E. Caldwell, J. A. Caldwell, A. T. Calll
Mrs, Cavill and 2 children, W. O. C.
Whall. It. N. 11., T. llollls, Churles
Evans, C. E. Aldridge. Mrs. Aldrldge.
M!(-s Gladys Aldridge, Master N. Ald
ridge. Miss D. Aldridge, Mrs. Low. Mus-
ter Gavin Uiw, Miss Hlta Low, Miss
Muriel Low. Mrs. Craig. Miss Edna
C'ibIb, Mlts Vera Craig, Mrs. Hell. Mls3
Hanger, Mr. and Mrs. Uobinson. F.
Lear. E E. Clarke, T. Hunting. J. Pet
llgrew. E. Goodwin, Miss Ashtou, Mlfci
Fraher, Samuel Kennedy, J, Suuder
land, Mb E. White. P. I.umb. E. Kn
t.or. E. 8. Young, Itev 11. F. C'olibold,
M. A . A. Martin, W. King, Miss Dench,
Q. II. Tinner, S A. Dougan, I-'. Con
nor, E. W. Newlng, Mis. E. W. .Sew
ing and 3 children, Joseph Tyus, and i
number of steerage passengers.
Officer Toma Abey appeared In the
Police Court yesterday on the charge
of assault and battery 011 T. C. Illack
well, a negro. After the case had been
examined Into, the defendant was dis
charged. It appears that Hlackwell at
tempted to stop Toma In the perform
ance of his duties und got his Just de
serts. Aldrli-h u'whlte man who was llvlns
on King stteet near the Teirltory Stu
hhs. Ih leported us mlosiug lie having
disappented seveial ih ago and fall
id to turn up. Diligent search bus been
made for Ablrkli by Ills friends hut IHi
clue as to his wheteabouti. have el
been obtained. The matter was report
ed at polite hcidquartriH tills fore
noon by Piinly. a filend of the missing
I.lnu Ilalley has brought itilt for di
vorce against II. S. Ilalley. the hack
driver. She charges f.illuie to provide
extreme cruelty and tliteatetilng lan
guage. She goes further and states
that ut one time not long no, the de
fendaut threatened to shoot her. It
will be remembered that Mr. and Mrs.
Ilalley figured In u ciikC In the Police
Court the other day In which Ualle
was lined for Ubsaultlng his wife. The
defendant stated at that time that his
wife had claimed having been up a
mango tree for tluee hour one night
AT LESS THAN COST
Fine WINDOW SHADES
on Hartshorn rollers at 50
They are odds and ends.
Of some we have ten or
twelve of one kind, and of
others only two or three.
The Hartshorn rollers
themselves" sell for 60
cents, hence ou get the
shades for nothing.
Wc want to sell them,
so they're yours for 50
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more peoplo nro realiz
Ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Eaih department in chargo of a spc'
cialist and our operators nro gruduato
dentists o. the best-recogulzcd schools
In the I'. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than nny oth
or dental office in tho city; wo havo
the best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and tn fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date,
Wc can save jou money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In advunco
exactly what our work will cosi 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
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
room: American a'nd Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Host of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho ear
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Ilouffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
I.. H. DEE. Proprietor.
Hlng up Phone lied 71.
C Bltwn AConipiny '
N.S Stctt D.a Co.LM :
L.B. X.,l It Co,, Ltd . I
flt Pltntttlon Co ,...
Htwtlltn Coffl.& Su Co
HtwtlltnSugtr Co .. I
Hononu Sufii Co .. 1
HoflokitSucti Co . .1
HUku So(ll C. . '
Kftbnka Plintttlnn Co
tlbl PUM Co .LM. .
cipthuia Surti Co.....!
oina aurir 1.0 . ...
Cba Sur II Co ,
Oiomca Sugir Co
-jokau autar elan, uo
Olaa Su. Co , Ltd.. ail
OlaaSuCo till plupf
Paauhau So, Plan Co
Pac'nc Sugar Mill
Pala Planta'ion Co
H f k( Si ki Co ,.
Plonetl Mill Co
Walatua Agri Co
W1I1111 .Mill Co
WltJr SttamthlB Cn
imer-itiana aitamr 1.0
Hawaiian Lltrlc Co
Hon. RaHl T. It L Co
Mutual t!ff hon Co
OahuKrbL Co ..
Hawaiian (tiv ; rr cnt
H1I0 R R Co i rr etnt
Hon Rarli Tnntlt . I
Lwa i'lantai n 6 fr cnt
Oahu R & L Co r-r c
Oahu Plantation n p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Waialua Agrlcul 6 p. c
IHvlil' nil-Pepeekio Sugar Co. 3
peri'-nt Inter Island S N Co 1 2 per
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or stU ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Uno7V
wld Btdg. Postolfiee box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
GO AWAY! Halstead & Co., Ltd
Ants do, If given the Antollne .
treatment, Greatest success'
attends uso oT this newly dls-j
covered ant exterminator. If1
the pests use It once they ncv- m0NEV ADVANCED ON SUGAR
crdoasaln' ! .sncuRiTins.
In tho pantry Antollne Is '
Invaluable as It is not a poison nn p , C-naaa-
but has the desired result. ' j J JPOrt OlrCCl
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Still in the Field 4o3JuddBuiidi
oOilY 30 YEARS B
'' , .-l AillrtKaljitSlA
The Strangers' Friend Society will
hold Its bviul-ientcnnial celebration ov
Ttiestluy evening, Jutie 10, ut S o'clock
In the lower rooms of the Damon resl
dence on Chaplain street Here, ftftj
years ago, June 10. 1831 tills society
was organized by a few ladles to meet
the pressing need of aid to destitute
strangers coming tu thee shores. Dur
ing the Intervening cars to the present
date till, society ban continued a faith
ful work among the destitute of nation
alities from every clime of every faith,
each sttccedlng year enlarging rather
thun diminishing the amount ot work,
To all friends and to those who are. or
have been members or who deslrn
membership with The Stranger1
Friend Socletj. a cordial Invitation is
extentled to be present .it the celebra
tion. A bullae. meeting v. Ill In? held at
9.30 a. m the same da In the parlor.
of the Y. M. C A.
Charles I'htof, cine of tne ele.'fT.
men who survived the massacre of Co
C, Utli l'nlted States Infantry, In tho
Philippine islands, has le.iclied Ills St.
I.ouIh home. He was stubbed seven
times, and has a bolo knlfo which was
run through his shoulder as a souvenir
of the occuslon.
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
lloom 4. Ellto Hulldlng, Hotel Stteet.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. m,
Sundajs, 9 a. m. to 11' m.
Tim Evonlug nulletln, 75 ccnta re'
We have all kinds
A complete Btock of the fin
est floor, furniture and car
riage varnishes always on
E. C. ROWB
has started in business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its l-ranches, and will be pleased!
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 553; Tel Blue 791; Room
s, Spreckn's Dulldlv..
i P. H. Burnette
I 79 Merchant Street.
I Campbell Blrck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Intur
1 ance and Collection, Notary Public.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
for house Interiors, wood nan
lei., ilioln- rurnlture, e,tc , can
be used as a varnish or poliHh
LEWERS & COOKE.
NO. 10 STOIitl
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bctit collection In the city nnd much
lower tlit-in ununl price lor
ONE WEEK ONLY.