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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. MONDAY. JUNE 9. 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
iTiSr-iiijjii.'iiassriL. iL.N'ivrraaTttffW .TflH
A Reduction oif 25 per cent
8ee Oup Window DIsplny.
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 nlwajs get Urge, fat oysters at our counter for that loaf
or stew or oyster fry. Somo people lituo ojsters often, others hao
them on Bpoclal occasions only ours are a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered any where In the city. When you buy butter, If jou buy tho best
It will be I
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Main 415.
I IBTJjH RITES
MOM MASONIC TEMPLE
Large Attendance of Friends Hall
Crowded To Utmost Capacity
Order of Procession to
The funeral of the late John Adair
tltisslnger took place from the Masonic
Temple, Hotel anil Alnkca streets. Sun
daj afternoon, Interment taking plaen
In Nuunnu cemetery Thu stIco at
the cemetery was preceded at the tem
ple by the solemn ritual of the order.
There were present a ery largo num-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q, H. Derrey's olllce, 8 Campbell bid
Kona coffee to bo good must be pure.
C J Da) sells It
Ice cold beer $2.00 a dozen, Camari
& Co . Tel. Uluc 492.
H Mav & Co will be closed on the
I lth See New Toda
An Important notice to precinct
clubs appears under New Today.
For bah) carriages and sewing ma
chines nnd stoves and safes, call on
Holfschlaeger Co, Ltd.
The Honolulu llasehalt League to
day shipped playing material to the
boys nt the Leper Settlement.
There will be no concert nt the Cas
tle home In Manoa alloy this evening
as hag been orroniousl) stated In tho
Judge Estee approved the report and
ordered the discharge of John I). Holt
Jr., receiver of the Austin Publishing
hat. ti lliii fffin.ltv ril 4lin .1r r nddA.I Ait t
side of members of the arlous Ma- Co-ln bankruptcy,
sonic lodges of the clt There were! Shippers per Inter-Island Steam Nav
also among those present reprcsenta- 'Ration Co aro requested tn note tho
lives from the various branches of tho "ct ot a change In the form of shlp-
Kovemment. James H Uoyd reprc- P'"B receipt sec incir au pagn ,
tented the Public Works Department
and Collector Staeknbb- the Custom
House, the two braiiihis In which do
Ceased served for to many c,irs.
Captain Hose was ln command of a
detail of sixty men picked from tho
various companies of the National
Guard. Deceased nt one time was very
prominently Identified with tho mili
tary of the Islands, having served both
ns lieutenant and captain Tho soldiers
formed a guard of honor In the pro
cession to the cemeter while n detail
of six police officers . nrrled the casket
fiom the hall to the hearse The hon
orary pnll-bearers vTe as follows.
V. Y. Allen. K. A Sdiacfer, Samuel
Parker. Captain Andiew I'uller, Dr.
M. E. Grosmnn. II. E Wait. II. K.
Lev Is and E I. Spalding.
Krcd Vhltne. muster of Hawaiian
I.odce. una ln idinrLe of the ceremonies.
The turnout of the numbers of thll I
Peter Martin . a native of Chill, was
made nn American citizen by Judge
Estee this morning J W. Pratt and
Santos Guido recommending his application.
Patriarch Alexander Smith of the
Mormon Church gave his views of
"Heaven" In Arlon hall last night The
audience, though small was vcrj at
Inspector J. K. Dtirkett last wccli
began the visitation of schools ln thu
countrs districts of this Island H
finds the schools well attended but
the weather even warmer than In town
Don't forget Catnannos of the Call-
fornlt Krult Market when jou want
fruit nnd vegetables. He nlna.s has
on hand a fresh supply of both CiI!or
nla and Island trull Telephone Main
J. Ilatchelor the license inspector
nnd other lodges showed the estimation! has returned from a trip to Kauai on
in vhlch the deceased w.is h-M by Ma-1 business connected wltn the Treasury
Kins. During the progress of the ser- Department. He landed nt Walmei
vices In the Temple there was not even and went overland to Nawlliwlll in
Handing loom in the hall, so large m catch the Hall.
the attendance The Knights of Pj-I jian Chong, a Chineso haikman. was
thins, of which deceased was a pioml-' arrested this morning on a warrant
nent member, were iilo out In full
The music nt the se vices was given
b n choir consisting of Mrs 13 I). Ton
nej. Miss von Holt. Arthur C. Wall
and W. L. Stanley, with Wra TaIor
presiding at the organ. Ni.ircr, My
God. to Thee" and AeWp In Jesus."
were the two selections rendered.
The casket, placed In the center of
thu hall, was almost hidden under a
tirnfiialnn ttt llnu ufu Tim failnrAi f
', , , . ,. , . . ., i torts at noon
ibr ilcrpnspil wcro not disclosed In thrt i l
hall, the remains having lain In state' The local agent of the Globe Navlga
nt the family residence In Walklkl Sat- lln Company, L. tt. Ueebe. returned In
unlnv nflernoon l"'e steamer Maul jestordaj from Kahu-
Whle the nrocessIonwnB form neon "" "cro "e "'-'" '" ' company..
charging him with furious and heed
less driving It seems that jestcrday
he ran over and Injured quite seriously
a white boy who was riding along on )
The stinmcr Klnau sails at noon to
morrow for Ullo nnd no) ports; tho
M.iul sails at 0 o'clock In tnc afternoon
lor Maul ports; the W. O. Hnll gets
away at 5 o'clock for Kauai ports, and
1,0 Noeau sails for Hawaii and Maul
Alakea street for the ma'ch to tho
cemetery, the band plajed a dirge. The
order of procession wrs as follows: De
tail of National Guard Captain Gus
tavo Hose, commanding Uniform
Hank., K of P., ununlforni.il rank, K.
of p ; MaBons pnll-bearers. hcarso and
Japanese Cook of
A group of Japanese stood at the end
ot the Irmgard wharf this morning.
looking down Into the water. Other
Japanese rowed nroiind In small boats,
searching foi the body of Sake, who
had been cook aboard the little Island
schooner Alice Kimball Captain An
derson. Sake fell overlunrd Sitiinlnj night.
He was with a filend at the time and It
Is Mild that both bnd been drinking
(nptaln Anderson wnt. .iot aboard tho
Kimball at the time and no one wit
nessed the accident except the friend of
the lost cook All that this friend seem
ed to know nbciut the nfTnir was that
the cook had fallen overboard and had
disappeared beneath tb water not ris
ing to the surfnic- The body has not
jet been move red
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING 8TREET.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1002.
Dear Sirs. In my Innocenco I pur
chased in Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and ono
of three things must occur:
1. You must stop making them; or
2. I must get them at less oxpense;
3. I am a ruined man.
Since my first venturo I've had many
"Jars" My family from early morn
cry "Pickles"; neighbors rlnglho door
. bell and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It mo In expectation ot -ricKiet .
Your pickles are my Nemesis. Please,
dear sirs, quste them by tho keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or shipload, nnd
"pieseive' me Yours v cry truly,
p s 1 want GherklnB, Cauliflower,
Onion. Jlarjnla, Mixed, Peaches, and
Mango Cl W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
, TWO TELEPHONES
Oonoral bookbinding, ruling, Blldlnji
ouibosslng, maps, charts and I artist'
printing at the EVENINO BULLETIN
Job P0vk ..-jtWti.lifflaHl
that Is, or tho one to be, will
appreciate the freshness, purity
and flavor of our
Wo havo built up a large rale
ot 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, ou will get the best
H. MAY & GO,
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Senior Captain Parker and Captain
Pi bnku of the police bad bonie words
Us loienoon about the arrest of a na
I ve woman on fnc eimrgo ol drunken
n ss The latter questioned tho for
inei us to what be meant by the action
tie had taken In the case mid Captain
Parker very properly objected to being
questioned by an Inferior, telmig Pn
bnku that he was responsible tn the
High Sheriff and his deputy only.
More words niose a3 Pohaku, tear
ing off his badge, threw 11 down on
ihe counter nt the receiving station,
nt the same time saying to his Biipe
nor officer that If ho did not llko the
way he did. he could have the badgo,
Captain Parker at onco took posses
sion of the badgH and dismissed Po
haku The matter was referred to
IV'puty Sheriff Chllllngworth, who sta
ltd to Captain Parker that he would
wait until tho return of Sheriff Drown,
allowing him to decide tho mailer.
Pillars of Strength
Will Sustain and Support Any One
This week we will show you HAN
AN'S CORONATION TIE, which will
lie due here today.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
The United States Army transport
Ilulord is expected this afternoon or
t -morrow morning from San Trancla.
m, Sho sailed from thu Coast on the
2d Instant, and will therotoro bring
two days' later news providing sue
does not pass Honolulu by.
Alden Electric "Belt'
pensory !s guaranteed
all thtturative croner
tli nf the tMitnlve belts now sold bv
doctors anJ dWft '. It gives a ver
stlong current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. B"und to superseJe others. Car
l be had from the undersigned only ; nr
aeents; no discount, C.liuihrfrre. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., San
Frar clco Sent tree to Haw all for 45.00
The Dr. .4ySfc.
(with sus- vLM
to dosscss ww
Bteamshlp Tamplco. The Tnmplco sails
from Kahulul tomorrow tor San Prnn-
cIsco with 1200 tons of sugar.
The Golf Club will havo Its medal
competition July I. At this competi
tion, a medul will be awarded to tho
plajer going over the course In thu
smallest number of strokes. Whan tills
competition Is disposed of tho club will
get up a foursome tournament.
During tho present baseball season,
there have been plajed, ono ton-Inning,
on elcvcn-lnnlng and one fourtecn-ln-
nlng game The plajlng of the various
teams Is steadily growing better The
II. A. C 's stand at the head ot tho list
and the Punalious arc in second place
The schooner James Holpb, Captain
Olsen, sails fur Llecle this nflernoon
to complete her sugar cargo for San
rraurlsco This morning sho took su
gar I iiiui the Island schooner Ka Mol
with I in tons of sugar nboaid sne
leaves for llleele, whero tho balance
of IU1111 tuin will be taken on
J II Knight was admitted to the
I tuttlce of law bj the Supremo Court
tills morning He Is n native of Knu
Ma 20 jenis of nge and n graduate
of the lloxlon School of Technology
mid the Harvard Law School, besides
bt ing n pinclitloner In tho 1'eileral and
Stuto courts of Massachusetts.
Mis Nakulna Commissioner of Pri
vate Wnjs and Water Hlghts T Mc
Cauts Stewart jttoruej fin tho I'alolo
Land & Improvement Co In a suit
now pending before the commissioner
M. D Monsairal sinvovor. and nttor
nejs anil private partus interested In
the inse went up Into I'alolo vnHey
Saturday to go over the various placet
Walter (I Smith, editor of the Ad
vertiser, suit to Jill (01 tblrtj dnjs on
the charge of contempt of court, was
paidoned Saturdaj afternoon bj Gov-
ercnor Dole, after about IS hours Incar
ceration. When si en lij a Hum tin ie
poiter about the pardon fioveincii Dole
said "Tho punlshini nt siemed to in
to bo entirely excessive That Is all
theie Is to say "
Honolulu lovers of spoil were given
their money's worth on the campus at
Oahu College) Saturdaj afternoon Two
moet excellent games of baseball were
plajed. Tho first was between tho II
A C's and Maile-lllmas and was won
by tho latter In eleven Innings tho
score being 7 to 0 The seiond game
was won from the Artillery team by
the Kameliamebas the siore being 2 to
Nlbo Mammal, tho native pilot boy
iccused or having beaten bis wlfo Just
liter sho bad given birth to a child,
-amo up for trial In tho Pollen Court
his afternoon but as neither tho worn
1 nnor the ntlendlng physician (Ui
Moore) were present, the case went
vor until tomorrow It is understood
"int Mrs Manuwal does not wish to
inisecute her husband
This forenoon, a nntive brought a
Japanese to the police Btatlon nnd
charged him with the laiieiij of 11 gold
ring Tho native staled that tho ring
had been found right on the llngei of
elio Japanese The latter suited thai
1.1 had had the ring from another Ja
paneso and a police oflliei was sent out
with (bo fellow to find tho man H
amid not be fond and then fore tin
man on whose llngei tho ring wa
found, was lucked up pending an lu
vestlgntlon Sagaml Is tho name of Hi
" Yk on"
la perfect no other ono
to equal It. Has movable
Hues, nlr tight locks, met
allic Ico rack, and tho lar
ger ones nro lined with
enamel. Shelves aro
movahlo and tho refriger
ator Is of tho best Klin
dried wood Great vnrle
ty of sizes and at prices
from $10.50 upward. Mado
In Grand naplds, Midi.
and Saves Ice.
Sold on Installments.
FURNITURE CO., Limited
New York Dental
Thu high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and moro people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than nnj whero clso.
Kacli department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dentists 01 tho best recognized schools
In tho U. S or thu world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In tact all
branches of dentistry ns practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can savo you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell jou ln advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns S.00
Brldrje Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broken
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhtlidifpHU
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, ef T
Offices Stanaenwatd Klda M
chant Street. Tel. wain SSI
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNb g, tgoi
NAME OF STOCK
C. Driver k Conpiny,
MS SicMDO Co.LM
L B. Km A Co., Ltd .
li PUnlitlfin Co ...
Htwallan Com fit Su Co
nonomu urr -o
MonotritSuffir Co .
Haika Sugar Co . .
ICahuku Plantation Co
Kihtl Plant Co .Ltd.. ..
Klafiulu Sugar Co ..
KolnaSurarCo . ...
OabuSurar Co, .. .
Otona Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co, Ltd , at)
OlaaSuCo LtJ pJupf
PaauhauSu PUn Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Ptanta'lon Co
t'cpetlvfo Sigir Co
Plonrr Mill Co
Walalua Agri Co
Waltnanato Sugar Co
Slma Mill Co
Wilder Steimthlo Co
Inttr-UlanJ Steam N Col
Hawaiian t Ik trie Co
Hon Rarld T & L Co
Oahu Ry & L Co
Hawaiian Gov $ per cent
lion Kapi J iranut
Ewa Plantat n 6 rer rent
Oahu H fie L Co rr c
uanu rianiauon ope T
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c i
Walalua Agrlcul 6p c
i Carltat -
Paid ua g
1 ooo.ox too
f 000,000 to
f OOOOOO o
1 050,000 JO
1 60,000 oe
yxtooo too .
1 500,000 o
3OO QOC 100
aia 000 too
1 50 owo 10
f OuO.OOO 100
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQB.
Orders for the purchase or sal. ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full lino JiiHt received, ranging
In prlccH from $1.00 to
87.no per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
If a) j$r
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ullto Dulldlng, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, S a. m. to C p. m.
Stindas, 9 a m. to 1- m.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8UnQ.it
wald Btdg. Postotflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWE
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whero ho is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will bo pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones Ho has no connection
nlth any other shop.
We have all kinds
A complete stock of the fin
est lloor, furnlturo nnd car
rlaRO arnlshes alwas on
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Send the weekly edition of the Bub
tetln to your friends. Only $1 a ynar,
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 553; To) Dlue 781; Room
s. Sprockets BulldU..
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licensee.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
for hojise Interiors, wood rn.'n
tels, choice furniture, etc, tan
bo used as a varnish or polish.
LEWERS & COOKE,
E. W. JORDAN
linn IjUHt received ex.
'ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
Ante do, If given tho Antollno
treatment, Greatest success
attends uso ol this nowly dls
covered ant exterminator. It
tho posts uso It onto they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable aa It is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
AIho n big choice In the
i "PING PONG" GAME 3
Come curly und hiivc
Tho evening Bulletin, 75 cents p
gr No 10 Store
S Fort Street