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8UNDAY BULLHTIK, nONOLUlX. H. T SUNDAY, JUNJ3 3, 1602.
In tills mnrkot Recommended by the
as n system builder for children, nurs
Irg mothers nnd convalescents.
MARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Jlnti every Monday evening at 7:3C
la Harmony Hall. Kins street.
H. McKECHNY. N. U.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
All vUltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTtO LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
"dock. In llarmouy Hall, King street.
Mslung brothers cordially Invited to
A. l. Mortals, C. c.
A. E. MUkfHY, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Prlday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ken ot Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
(bx brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN. CO.
ED. C. ALDIUCH,
K. of n. &. S.
Mr Tlioma Prime f Ilinn i l1 uu I iik.1ii I
WilUnixiiKl a htm I pit ti t s uiidt r tin
iis.um ! !C) liRWt II r S ttrn
Thurtla fei mil i t m tt i i n 11 i I I i U
of Ultra I! use mini f unlit r n t t rli tl
Mtrkume cattmleil t ill
MK M I) HI NPUICkS
rr M.lttt Al 1 1 llr T s
MKS I III M ROW I V rum
B. W. Quinn,
Pmtrcnnfie ot Owners, Architects
unci Uulldertt solicited.
1168 Union SI. Phone, Main 394
Kahikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Tetania Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THH
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
f iio English and American Goods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nutunu
P O. BOS Dl
TEL WHITS qt
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, lato foroman
I. D. Tregloan. Suits latest styles and
good fit. Cleaning and reoalrlng.
The weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Is serving a light break
fast and lunch suitable,
for this climate, and
costs only 10c up, ac
cording (o tho order.
Everything served In
generous quantity, which
only n first class bakery
could afford to do.
Our rooms aro supplied
with electric fans, elec
tric lights, cool, clean and
Doors open from 0 n m.
till 11 p. m.
You will meet nil jour
friends at tho
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
ioo vnur square.
WITH 8EVHN ROOM COTTAGE
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. S06 507 Stangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70
Whisky as supplied to
$1.50 PER BOTTLE
The Pioneer Wine &. Liquor House
NO. 25 KING ST.,
BLURRING OF THE PRINT
oftentimes show tho need ot glasses.
Tucy aro unc of tho Indications ot
dcfcctlvo vision aud should bo attend-
cl to at once.
You II bo surprised at tho comfort
a pair of glasses will afford If jour
sight Is In any way defective.
Scientific examination and proper
glasses properly adjusted Is what jou
aro guaranteed here.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Dulldlng, Fort 8treet
Over May S. Co.
Camara & Co
S. C corner Queen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
P1USINO THE BEST HKANDS OF
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TUADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
Vt H Cunningham, Jno. tohaefei
ROOSEVELT SAYS ARMY FIGHTS
"just at this moment the army of tho
United States, led bj men who served
among jou In the great war, Is enrrj-
In? to completion n small but peculiar
l trjlng and Oltllcult war In which Is
involved not only the honor of tlfo
line but the triumph o. civilization
over forces which stnnd for snagery
and barbarism Tho task has not been
as difficult or as Important as jours,
',ut. oh, mj comrade, tile men In the
unilorm of the United States who hao
frr the last three cnrs patiently and
i iicomplnlnlngij championed the
American cause In the Philippine Isl
amis are jour jounger brothers jour
OOOOOOO O O ooooooooooo O O ooooo
WILL SEEK MEN OF ,, , f , , t
Hllo, June fi Saturday last, a reg
ABANDONED VESSEL lm meeting of the Partners' Instltuto
I'vas held In Mountain View school
Ihi.iisp twenty members present. Dr.
Waiting for Arrival of Steamer W.
G. Hall With Captain Gibbons
of the Wrecked Faume
The United Stales l'lsh Commission
steamship Albatross. Captain Thomas,
bat the necessary extra coafnnel pro
v ilons aboard and Is rcadj to start
ii-jt on a search for First Officer Long
weod and fifteen members ot the crew
if the llrltlsh ship Knuic Ken, which,
na was reported in jesterdays Hullo-
tin was abandoned In llnmes at sea
nliout Clglit imnnreii mues iq inu
iiorthwcst of Kauai on May 2'Jlh "Cap.
tuln Ribbons, his son tho second mate
i nd fourteen men of the Kerr. In nn
cjen boat landed at Jiaiiaweii on i ri
e'aj morning the James Makce. Cap
tain Tullett, bringing the news jester
e'aj mornlnh. Two boats aro still to
In accounted for Tho Albatross will
look out for these boats.
As soon as the James Mnkee arrived
with the news jestcrday and Cnptnln
Tullett hail notified the llrltlsh Con
sill nnd Hie llrltlsh Consul had consult
ed with the United States Naval Sta-
t on Admiral Merry ordered Captain
Thomas to coal the Albatross nnd hold
the vessel In readiness to be dispatch-
. . ..
ed at it moment s notice.
Coal was being taken to the Albat.
ross within fifteen minutes nftcr tho as Inspectors of election, nnd Wm.
rrdcr was Issued and all hands, off I- Jtngsdalc Kamauao ns clerk of prr
cers and crew, turned to nnd hurried clnct, nil In tho l'lrst Hepresentatlvo
the fuel aboard as quickly as possible. Wrlct nt a special election held Dn-
At 10 o'clock Tn tho morning the coal- tcnil,0')' "ol; ,llc H"8?11 ,ho rcfl,8al
. , ... ,, . , on bectlon 3 of tho salaries npproprla-
lu was commenced Shortly beforo ,on a ()f wU)l rca(s U)J
o o clock In the afternoon 131 tons ..No ,)er80n lotliK nioro than ono
l! conl had been put Into tho Albat- 0flko shall be authorized to draw more
ross' bunkers. One hour's rest was than the salarj of tho highest grade of
trken nt noon Thirty six tons wero the office held by him if tho salary of
pit" aboard during the first hour. This ""' omcc llcl1 ' lllm slia' amount to
was fast work and shows what men fl00 or more per annum, nnd he shall
, , ., , ., . bo entitled to no other compensation,
can do when they know that lives aro ,aj. am, Eitej Mug irncJpnto of
.it stake and depend, perhnps, on tho plll)1c B(,ll0o)8i Moannull a deputy
speed with which they do their work. 8herlff and Kamauao a sub-agent o
Yesterday was a holiday with tho public lands, the auditor held this sec-
Lojs In the Albatross, too, but that Hon applicable to them,
mudo no difference Chief Justice I'renr Is author of the
Captain Thomas said last night that
the Albatross would wall until tho
steamer W C, Hall nrnved here from
Kauai The Hall Is expected hero at
about 3 o'clock this morning
Captnln Gibbons of the I'nnnlo Kerr
Is expected to arrive in the Hall. If
lm comes ns expected ho will bo taken
aboard the Albatross, which will lm
i edlntcly proceed on tno vojngo of
letcue. guided I tho ailvlco of Cap
tain Ollibons Tho Albatross wilt rail
r.t Waimcn Kauai, first of all, how
ever, to learn If nnj thing has been
heard of tho missing boats
Tho United States tug Iroquois took
nboard scventj'-flvo tons of coal In re
mcrknbly short time yesterday and Is
standing by in case she Is needed" In
Hllo June 3 The Misses Peck en
tertained n few friends nt dinner at
their beautiful home, Wehikulanl.
Puueo, on Tuesday evening In honor
Of the engagement of Mis T It Held
of Detroit Mich, to Col C. A. Stoble.
cashier of the I'll fit Hank ot Hllo,
which was formally announced at the
Mr. nnd Mrp J S Canarlo nnnounco
tho engagement of their daughter Me
llnda AgneB, to William J Stone. Miss
Canarlo Is one of the most populai of
. , '" ' ' T " , ' "'"" ,
Hllo's daughters and has been a proml-
nent member of society for tho past
three seasons Herald I
The engagement of Miss Elsa Orulib
of this city to Judge G 1" Little of th
Fourth Circuit Court Is announced The
date of the wedding has not been set
Dr. Elliot's Vacation.
Hllo, June 5 Dr II T Elliot will
lenve for England In a fow weeks for
tho benefit of his health During his
a) senee Ifis Elliot will mako an ex-
Uih'piI visit with her sister Mrs. J It
Wilson, nt Austin Novada lleiold
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rhi"i
matlsm or swollen muscles' If so
procure at once a bottle of P IN
KII.I.EIt and follow the pilnted direc
tions The relief Is Instantaneous ns
well ns lasting No necessity to suffer
when a remedy such ns I'aln-Klller U
to be had SKty jears of sticcss speak
for Itself Avoid substitutes thero l
btu one l'aln-Klller, Perry Davis".
Price 23c. and GOc.
FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM
sons. They hae shown themselves effectual wny of stopping them Is by
net unworthy of j on, nnd they arc en- the progress of tho American arms,
tilled to the support of nil men who Tho victories of tho American army
ar proud of whnt j on e!7il 'have been tho really effective means
"Peace and freedom. arc there two of putting a stop to cruelty In the
letter objects for which a soldier can Philippines. Wherever theso victor,
fight? Well, theso nre precisely tho ies have been complete anil such Is
ebjeets for which our soldiers aro t.i w the case throughout ilia greater
lighting in tho Philippines When part of the Islands all cruelties have
there Is talk o" cruelties committed In ceased, nnd tlie nntlvo ,s securo In his
the Philippines, remember nlvvnjs that life, his liberty and his pursuit of hap
by far the greater proportion of these i.lness, Where the Insurrection still
cruelties have been committed by tho
insurgents against their own people
as well as against our soldiers nnd
thnt not only the surest but tho only
i at Mountain View
N' Itusscl In the chair. Tho chairman
read his report In reganf to the oloua
1 lint nnd liber Investigation, on which
a leport with samples lias been for
naided to Mr Jnrcd CI. Smith of tho
Hawaii Experimental Stnllon Accord
ing to tl.e ilnln obtained this plant
(Touehardla latlfolln). of whose fiber
old natives have manufactured their
lipnlng lines and nets, nnd which
grt.vvs wild abundantly In the Olna
forest, has good chances io become an
nrticro of Important local Industry It
was fifty jeara ago. when nbout 1000
intivcs, scattered around Tvvontj two
rilles. made their living on It What
, ,,,,, wnnl , )onm from (lo
Agricultural Depirtment s, tho re
sults or scientific nnnljsls ot the liber,
nut' what machine might bo ndvnnta-
f, USC), for ,,Ntracton -Tribune
Secretary Cooper is sustained for tho
most part bj the Supreme Court In Ills
appc-ii irom Aiiemor Austin relallvo to
tbc pajment of fees to election olflccrs'tack of grippe nbout three weeks ago
wllu llcl'l regular positions under tho
Tho Territorial Auditor refused to U-
g,c wnrrnn,8 for the mMt of w A
na, ,. w ,.. nn,. ,. w ,
"''"''- Bni. opinion OI mc
r (kllrt M lili li nnn nl iiflnn li na
. 0i;r opinion Is that the' Auditor
rn-riv ,i..,ii.,o.i , u0,. ,. ,.,,,,
ir ti,P inspector Moannull. but er-
roucously declined to Issue warrants
for the other inspectors and the clerk."
" f l'10 central principles cm-
llo,IU''1 ' ,llc '1,('8" " reference to
iiui iuumiiuLt.rj aii uiuiii iiiuu
the meaning of tho act construed, nnd
the court answers the quistlon thus:
"In our opinion one Is not an oflleer
where, as In this Instance, tho law does
not rccognlzo by providing for his ap
pointment or his paj or his duties or
In any way. but he is engaged bj other
oniecrs to temporarily assist them and
Is paid according to his contiact with
them out of an appropriation for gen
cra expenses." Teachers, tho court
holds, are possibly within tho reason
of the Iaw but they do not appear to ho
within Its letter. Tho follow lug Is tho
sjUnbiis of tho decision
"Tho salaries appropriation act pro
vides that a pel son who holds more
than ono office bliall nut ill aw nioie
than tho salarj of the highest If that
amounts to $1200 a jear The current
expense act contains no stub provision.
"This provision applies whero tho
salarj of one such ollleo l.i pajablo un-
r" uVfwmer net ana the ! oltn.
other under the latter act.
Within the meaning of this provi
sion, deputj sheriffs, public land ngents
and inspcitois of election aro oflleers.
butpublli school teachers and clerks of
,,.,,'.'", n, ..
Sccrelaiy II. E Cooper nrgued tho
case In person, while Attorney General
E P Dole represented tho Auditor.
Hllo, Juno ( Word has been re
ceived tiiini Washington thnt Philip
I'iek Ih dulng ood vviiili In behnli of
tilt movement to scruro n breaTCwatel
Vll m haibor On Muy 20, ir.
ic,l annealed lutoio tho committee
un Pacific Islands nud Porlo Hlco and
'van given a lenglhv hearing Ho was
ongiatuluted by tho SenatorB on tho
biwwlng ho made Tribune.
Met With an Accident.
Hllo Juno fi Innics McNIchol, en
glneer for tho Hllo Electric Light Co
Is confined to his mom with a sprained
and bartlj Hcerated ankle, tho result of
a fall down nn open elcvatoi shaft for
a distance of moro than thirty fctt
Mnoulders thcro Is alvvajs a chance
lor cruelty to show Ifsclf." Extracts
from the speech of I'rcslitenl Hoose
volt May 30, nt Arlington Cemetery.
MRS. E. E. RICHARDS AND
MRS. W. S. WISE NO MORE
Friends Shocked by the Passing Away
of Two .Old Residents Almost
Hllo, June 5 Though Mrs W S
Vlso has been an Invalid for many
months her friends were shocked to
tlflll' ,lf lm li,,tfl, ln T.ti.Diln,, nHlH
A1)011t ttt0 Jcarg 0BO ,,,. , altatk;d
ny disease, but an extended trip to the
coast changed her condition to much
for the bettor that on her return to
Hllo she considered herself perfectly
well A few months later she had a re
currence of the disease and was never
ablje to rally afterwards. Shu lost
consciousness on Saturday last and re
mained In that condition until death
claimed her nt 10 o'clock Tucsdaj even
ing Her funeral took place from tlio
I'orclgn church Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Richards Called by Death.
Shortly before 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, nbout tho time the people were
returning from tho funeral of Mrs W.
S. Wise, a messago was received from
the Richards residence that Mrs 12 E
Richards, wife of the mnnmrnr nr thn
jnio Tclenhono Comnanv. had beeo
railed by death nt ten minutes before
4 o'clock. Mrs. Illchnrds had an nt'
which developed Internal difficulties
and was followed by blood poisoning
from whlch she died. Ilesldes her
husband she leaves three children Her
parents, three brothers nnd a sister
Mrs. L. S. Aungst, also survive her. The
funeral will tako place at 2 p. m. today,
Mrs. Lillian Ulchards has been .1
prominent flguro In charitable work
and In society slnco her arrival In Hllo
nbout fifteen jears ago ns the bride of
E. E. Richards. In sickness or In
times of trouble she was first to prof
fer her services or render assistance.
A woman ot sterling worth, of nobln
character, she was ever welcome In the
homes of every resident who could
claim tho honor of her acquaintance,
Hllo, Juno C. Last week two Porto
flic an prisoners eluded tho vigilance
ol their luna and got nway Into tho
woods from tho gnrbngo farm. Ono
of them, Pablo, was caught at Clan
last Saturday. Lopez Is still at largo
Koko, a native, who has been enrrj--mr
a ball and chain made his escape
finm tho same place. Ho uroke tho
chain in some manner and mndo good
his flight Tribune.
rive Cent Votes for Liberty.
Hllo, Juno C Tho I'lnanco Commit'
lee on a Tourtli of July celebration
1 1 lil a meeting Monday night nnd ail
"nnced thu good cause. Tho feature
if tho parade which will Interest the
femlnlno patriots of Hllo will bo the
Cioddess of Liberty and tho method of
her selection which hns been decided
ui on by the commUtce. Sho will bo
c lumen by ballot. A ballot will cost
I ve cents. Tribune.
MEMORIAL DAY IN HILO.
lino juuo o. .Memorial nay was
ce-lebrated In Hllo by a pnrado of Com
piny D, N O II. Captain Tetter com
riniidlng. preceded by tho Hllo band.
n the lino wero veterans of tho Civil
Wai, representatives of Hllo Lodge,
No. 7511, II, P. O. E, tho Hoarding
School endets and pupils of the public
whools, ail of which wero headed by
n platoon of police under command of
Cnptnln Lake Herald.
HILO AT 8T. LOUIS FAIR.
Hllo, Juno C The mass meeting
e ailed by Sheriff Andrews to tako ac
tion regarding tho exhibit of Hawaii
at tho St Louis Exposition was well
rttended. No action was taken, how.
ever, bejond adjourning tho meeting
to last evening. Judge Little was
made chairman and Mr. Parsons bcc
ii Inry Tribune.
VISITORS TO THE VOLCANO.
Hllo Juno 6 The following people
mndo a flying trip to tho volcano on
Wc Inesday Mi and Mrs. Whltehouse,
Messrs Pnlfry Clement W Ilaldlng,
Irwin, McKcnzle nnd II I Cruzan
They report that Pelo Is all that Is said
of her This was Mr, Whltehouso's
tecum! trip this week, and tho sight
was so grand that ho declares ho Is
colng up again tomorrow, Tribune.
a tonic a beverage
I PRIMP LAGER
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A8TI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
'""" THBlHiTHE LARQE8T VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
Theso wines have taken the gold medals and received tho highest
awards at all the recent
and aro now noted tho world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following Jobbers:
WALTER8-WALDRON CO., LTD.
GONSALVE3 & CO,
GOMES 4 McTIGHE.
"" JOS. HARTMAN A CO.
S. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A lull line Just received, ranging
In prices from 61.00 to
$7.50 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
150 Hotel Street
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry 8mlth Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt )
W. Q. Ashley )udltcra
T. E. Wall )
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD;
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
,,t.,v,, Philadelphia. U.S. A.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For sato by
Tho Principal Watch
H. HackfehU Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty ot enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P. O. Pox 321: 'Phone 2K2 Main.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lots Dulldlng. Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main !2r
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS,
J2? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Neat and Handsomo Designs
Mndo to Order.
563 Deretanta St, Near Punchbowl.
das. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Dulldlnrj.
Teleohone Main 294.
jn u -
& j JiK
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
81 ILL wines aro mado spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They arc, In this way, given a
zest and life, uncqualcd except
by the best champagne. Tho
diner out or tho gentleman who
miiBt entertain much at his club,
will do well to noto that tho ta
ble will bo supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
plaro on tho wlno list of the
most excluslvo clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Dall Banquet In
Washington. The palate of epi
cures Is gratified to tho utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. G. Peacock & Go,, Ltd,
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KOMGL, ROOT BEER, Btc,
Is sweetened bv the ue of pure
cane sugir. We use no cheap
substitute. ONE REASON
WHY OUR UBVERAGES
ARE TUB BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anyw here and
everywhere In the city and Wal
Wltl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
Wo are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, He
ccptlons, Weddings, etc., and tho suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that tho market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantco thut
we will give jou perfect satisfaction.
Wo have tho finest display of tho
bitter Bra do of BAKERY GOODS and
ftno CHOCOLATES nnd DON BON3
over put on exhibit hero; wo also car
ry HUYLER'8 CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'S CHOCOLAl ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICeIjREAM PARLORS
If you hive thtm your feet have slmtly acquired
bail habits It Is not necessary io be toiture4 by
corns. In crowing; nails, bunions chilblains, etc.
Thty may be curei-that Is your feet may be broken
of thtli bad habits. You III be surprised, not only
how much met easily and comfortable yon will walk
but wltti how much mors vigor acd force ou will be
abl to think and act In all your business or social
call and see me abou bis. or send mt word and I
will call on you.
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Stnet above Hotel.
CoiuultitloD .1 otAc tm.
the old Sewing Mhchlne Agent, Is still
la business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, 8eamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlniex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
J. M. KAXEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A" LAW,
Offle 9rt at. Near Mie Postafflee.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208 209 Boston build
ing, Tort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Ret
Idence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m ; 3 to 5
p. m.; 7 to 8 p m.; Bundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. Dox 801.