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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1902.
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A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction ot 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
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OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND
SIZES NOW ON HAND.
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 peaplo lmvo oysters often, others have
tllem on spoclal occasions only ours are a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered anywhere In the city. When you buy butter, If you buy tho best
it will be
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Main 4G.
I1ttltllltllllllllllllll niMTHlfti'iTi Vii
wmMhI1t ' WMk SmDi $'''$ IrT-alsSSjJ
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
M. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1902.
Dear Sirs: In my lnnoccnco I pur
chased in Honolulu a jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and ono
ot 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 Prst venture I've had many
t "Jars." i My family from early morn
cry "Pickles"; neighbors ring Tho door
bell nnd shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It mo In expectation of "Pickles".
Your pickles aro my Nemesis. Please,
dear sirs, quoto them by tfie keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or shipload, and
"preserve" me. Yours very truly,
P. S. I want Gherkins, Cauliflower,
Onion, Mnrynlo, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
that Is, or tho one to be, will
appreciate the freshness, purity
and flavor of our
We have built up a largo rale
of these, candles In a very short
time and It is tho superiority of
the sweets that has done It. Or
der either at the store or by tel
ephone; you will get the btst
H. MAY & GO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
NEARLY WHOLE VALLEY
IS INCLUDED IN CASE
Hearing Before Mrs. Emma Nakuina
Id Honolulu Hale Today
What Palolo Land Uo.
There Is a big water rights case go
ing on In Honolulu Hale today before
Mrs. Emma Nakuina, Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Itlghts for tho
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu
The suit Is brought by the I'alolo Land
& Improvement Co. against the follow
Ing and It Involves utmost the wholo
of I'alolo Valley:
Wong Qual, Wong Chow, Lura Sow,
Wong Hung, Territory of Hawaii, Es
tate of Charles Long. Lllluokalanl. Ha
waiian Tramways Co., Ltd., T. H. Da
vies & Co., Ltd., W. It. Castle. A. F,
Cooke, S. K. Kn-ne, Kauha (k). Ka-
lokl (w). Hatila (w). W. II. Pain. Kaaul
(w), Konpulaoohu (k), Keawa Nalwl
(k), Noa (k). Naholowaa (k), Lllluo
kalanl, as lessee of the Territory of Ha
wall; J. II. Iloyd, as letsec of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii; W. E. Howell, as les-
see of the Estate of Charles Long: Loo
Chit Sam, as lessee of the Patolo Land
& Improvement Co.. Ltd., of Lllluoka
lanl, of W. R. Castle, and of Haula
(w), Wong Tuck, as lessee of Palolo
Land & Improvement Co., Ltd.. of
Haula (w), and of Keaka Nalwl; Wong
Yon Kee Co. as lessee of Estate of
Charles Long, of Halokl (w), of LIU
uokalanl, and the Territory of Ha
wall; S. K. Ka-nc, as lessee of Knui
Kaaul (wl; Wing Olo. as lessee of R.
K. Ka-ne: Kum C'hlng, as lessee oi
Kaopulnuohu: Wong Lung, as lessee
of Noa (k); Kaulm. as lessee of Estate
of P. Kanon; Wong Ole Ah York, as
lessee of Estate of Charles Long; Kum
l.ui. as Wstee of Palolo Land & Im
provement Co.. Ltd . Oul. nB lessee o
Palolo Land & Improvcbent Co., Ltd.
Ilesldcs private Individuals concern
ed In the suit there were present repro-
sentlng various Interests. Messrs. Stan
ley, Andrews, S. K. Ka-ne Carlos Long.
T. McCants Stewart nnd others appear
ed for petitioner. After reciting the
various pieces of land concerned In the
controversy, the complains asks for a
decree as follows:
1. Directing defendants to lower
forthwith a portion of said Dam No. 1,
nnd close the new ditch constructed by
them from the old ditch on Mahoc"s
kuleana so us to allow petitioner to re
ceive and enjoy a full one-lourth por
tion of water from raid Dam No. 2, and
a full one-fourth portion of water from
said Dam No. 3.
2. Directing said defendants to close
forthwith the new ditch constructed by
them from the springs on said Mahoo's
kuleana and the other kuleanas ad
Joining and continuous thereto.
3. Directing snld defendants to opon
forthwith said Dam No. 7 nnd to re
move all obstructions therefrom.
4. Directing snld defendants to close
forthwith the ditch constructed by
them between )ara C nnd D.
Apportioning the water cqultnlit)
among the several parties entitled
thereto, and granting such other nnd
further relief as pultlouer may be en
titled to from the pleadings, the evi
dence, and the law.
(Continued from pago 1.)
together and had agreed to go to the
Orpheum In the evening. Deceased
went to the club house to change Mi
clothes. He himself went Into one ot
the rooms of the club house and found
the revolver on a bureau. He had
handled the weapon before and wan
perfectly familiar with it. He took
the caitrldges out and. hearing the de
ceased and the other boys laughing
and Joking upstairs, went up to Join In
the fun. Deceased was standing ucrosn
the hall. He himself did point tho
revolver but at no one in particular.
He did remember someone saying tu
him: "Don't 'monkey' with that wea
pon." He broke tho revolver and
showed that every chamber was empty.
Later on, he put in one of the curt
ridges. He had no object In putttlug
the cartridge In the revolver. Ho might
have had some Idea of bragging. He
closed the revolver and dropped it la
Heie th ewitness went on to descrlbn
what took place Just previous to the
shooting and snld that (let eased was
standing at the door with tho muzzle
of his rifle near the faco of the witness.
Deceased then dropped his gun to an
order" and then brought It up to 111
shoulder again, the muzzle pointing at
the witness. Witness then raised hit
hand nnd as he was doing this, there
was a report und deceased fell to tho
ground. There had been absolutely nu
hard feeling between himself aud tho
Attorney De Holt argued that the
whole thing had been accidental and
that there was absolutely no Intention
on the part of the defendant to shoot
his friend. Attorney Ashford replied
that he nUo believed that there wad
absolutely no malice In tho shooting.
This, however, did not satisfy the'law
In the matter. Not even tlTe forgive
ness expressed by the deceased when
he fell was siilficicut to satisfy the law.
There had been carelessness inex
cusable nnd criminal carelessness and
while there wus uo one who had more
sympathy fur the prisoner at the bar
than himself, still he felt that the law
must be satisfied.
Judge Dickey did not deliberate long
hut at once committed the defendant
to the next term of the Circuit Court,
stating that enough ovldenco hud been
adduced to Justify him In the belleg
that the Grand Jury would Indict Vo
well. At tho end of Mr. Asliford's argu
ment, the attorney asked that the court
exercise leniency In Yowell's case. The
young man Is now out on
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
A military coat hns been lost. Set
Lost column on page 8.
J. A Hasslnger continues to fail and
his condition Is worse than It was yes
lilanlc books of all torts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Uullctln Publish
A notice of Interest to cup holders
who own horses, appears under New
Today on page ?.
Mackle's twelve years old whisky is
the best for Invalids; $1.50 a bottle at
Tho band will play at tho Artillery
vs. Kamehameha ball game. Punahou.
on Saturday afternoon.
Castle & Lausdalc are offering ,i
large lot and Improvements for sale at
a bargain. Seo their ad.
The lease of a lot of land at Kwa,
Oahu, Is advertised for sale. See Hy
Authority column on page 8.
Miss II. James has been appointed
stenographer In the Circuit Court to
succeed Miss Pauline Neumann.
Acting Governor Cooper being un
well did not come to the Capitol thU
morning, hence there was no meeting
of the executive council.
The secretary of the Fourth District
Committee. Republican party, gives no
tice to all precinct clubs In the Fourth
District In today's Uullctln.
The "Yukon" refrigerator pro-erven
food and saves Ice. It Is the best on the
market. Sold for cash or on Install
tnents at Coyne Furniture Co.
A. L. C. Atkinson Is obtaining a lib
eral response to his canvass for a prize
fund for sports at the Leper Settlement
on June 11. Kamehameha Day.
E. A. Matt-Smith Is getting up a par
ty to go out on the tug when the Ala
meda Is sighted, to meet Governor Dole
The band will go with the party.
Henry Hapal reports good progress
being made In the affairs of the Hawa
iian Saving nnd Loan Association !'o
moted by him and lately Incorporated.
Most of the directors jic clerks In gov
Governor Cooper glxrs notice today
that June 11th. Kamehameha Day. will
he a legul holiday and that all govern
ment olllces throughout the Territory
will be closed. He also gives uotlce
tegarding June II.
There will be a meeting of the Hono
lulu llaseball League ut Malic lllnia
hall at 3 o'cloek this afternoon. Th
matter of the Spalding cup will b
brought forward, also a proposition tu
present Implements to the boys at Ka
laupupa. Superintendent McVeigh has
offered a cash prize to the players at
the Settlement, three tennis being or
Tho Hawaiian Automobile Company
held a meeting this morning. Mr. Ten
ney. wliel interviewed upon wnai at i
tlon was taken at the meeting, stated I
that tho affairs of liio company were
being closed up and as a consequence
one or tw small matters had to be ar
ranged. There was, he said, nothing
clone which was for publication.
Another member of the sports com
mlttco called In at the Dulletln office
today und said: "It tho member ot
the HportH committee' who proposed tr
your paper yesterday that the chain
plonshlp shell races bo pulled off u
Honolulu will lay out a mile and a hall
stralght-iiwny courso here, nothing
wouli) suit us better than to have the
races In 'no harbor."
Fugloka, the Japanese who appeared
In the Police Court yestoiday forenoon
on the charge of selling milk without
u license ami who was told to go und
get a license ut ouce, obeyed tho ad
vice of the coiut ami this forenoon ap
peared before Judge Wilcox with the
license In Ills hand. Such speed was
rewarded by a nolle prosequi being en
tered Mini the defendant ordered to go
und sin no more.
The thlity-eight gamlileis arrcatcd
yesterday, appeared In the Police Court
this foivnoon. They were not repre
sented by counsel and had nearly all
llnlshed pleading, most of them guilty,
when Deputy Sheilff Clilllingworth
stated that Frank Thompson had been
retained und had asked that the case
go over until tomorrow forenoon. Tho
motion hus grunted but It Is thought
in police circles that this will not mi';e
much difference and that the great ma
jority of the men captured In Iwllei
yesterday afternoon playing "pakn plo'
will pleud guilty when they show up to
morrow. R. Beverly Kldd, the waterfront man
i of a local evening paper, who since he
has taken up his residence by tho sun
uy beach at WulklKl Is trying in
acquatlc feats to emulate the adven
tures of his Illustrious namesake, Cap
tain Kldd, Is not meeting with entirely
Yesterday afternoon Kldd ventured
out on tho briny deep to enjoy a surf
ride In a Hawaiian canoe. He was ac
compunled by a young child. Kldd
managed tu catch a good sized wave
all right and went Hying before It fn-
the sand beach near the Hotel Annex.
Suddenly, however, the wave ro
high. Curving high over the stern ot
the canoe. It hit the unsuspecting Kldd
In the broad expanse of his muscular
hack and shoved him along the full
length of the canoe where die ended by
being wedged In between the sides 1
The young child wa-j wiiBhed over
board and the canoe swamped. Anoth
er jf coming light after the first
one. crowned the event by overturning
the canoe with R. lleverly Kldd strug
gling for dear lite underneath It
Kldd himself avers that he thought
his last hour hail come, but It was not
so. The chllil which uccompmilc(! Kldd
on his adventure rose manfully to the
occasion ami munuged to pull the lin"
drowned Kldd from under the canon
and this bright star was presencd to
glimmer In the evening constellation
Kldd lost his well known goggles and
his confidence tu his ability as a m.nrln-
er. besides getting his neat and nnttv
l raiment sadly drenched.
Ask for this OXFORD,
see HANAN'S NEW
This bIioc Is the prevailing style for
summer trade, unique In Its originality
nnd cxtromcly popular In design.
We open these today, alia before you
make selection, ask for this up-to-date
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Is perfect no other one
to equol It. Has movable
Hues airtight locks, met
allic lee rack, and the lar
ger ones att lined with
enamel. Shelves are
movable nnd the refriger
ator is of the best kiln
dried wood. Great varie
ty or sizes and nl prices
from Jlo.oO upward. Mado
In Grand Rapids, Mich.
and Saves Ice.
Sold on Installments.
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
lay counts and more people are rcullz
lug that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dentists oi the best-rccognlzed schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In the city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown nnd
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo cau savo you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In advanco
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 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Kllto Building. Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance.
Hours, 3 a, m. to G p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1- m.
We have all kinds
A completo stock of tho fin
est floor, furniture and car
riage varnishes always on
for house Interiors, wood man
tels, choice riirnlture, etc., can
be used ns a varnish or poKsh
LEWERS & COOKE,
NO. 301 and
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms. American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Dcst of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Douffet, Liv
ery. Electric Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Red 71.
Ants do, If given tho Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
hut 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 (
111 all Its tranches, and will he pleased j
to seo 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.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In the city nnd much-
lower thnn uhuqI prices tor
ONE WEEK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Stoct and Dond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, tf T
Offices Stanoenwald lldi. Mr
chant Street. Tel. mala SB I.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.E
Honolulu, JUNE 5, 1001
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ft PUnUtton Co
ntwiiian com. a mi t-o
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Honokia Sugif Co ....
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Yibutnj Pltntatlon Co.
KlpttoulQ Sugar Co
Kolfla Sugar Co... ..
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Ookala Surar Plan. Co.
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Paauhau Su, f'tan. Co.
Pacific Suear Mill. ...
Pala Plantation Co .. .
Pffftkto Si car Co ..
Pioneer Mill Co ... .
Walalua Arm Co
WallukuSuparCn . ..
Wilder Siamhlo Co .
Inter-Ulan Steam N.Co
Hawaiian bitrlc Co...
Hon. Rapli T. A L Co
Mutual Telef hfwte Co
Hawaiian Gov j rer cent
M1I0R ti Co 6rnt
IIOU rtipid iriRMT ....
Ewa Plantat'n 6 cer cent
rmu rta l vn pvr C
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Olaa Plantation 6 r. :
Walalua Agrirul. 6 p. C-
SnlcH :M00 O. It. & L. Co. bonds,
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or tale ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prom)'
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor. Stinoen.
wild Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tel.
phone Main 331.
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MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
J921 Fort Street
I TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 563; Te) Blue 71; Room
e. SpreckeJa liulldlug.
P. H. Burnette
I 79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Blr-ck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Imur
ancn and Collection, Notary Public.