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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II, T MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1902.
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A Reduction of 25 per cent
6cc Our Window DIsplny.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
IN SHI 11
Could Not Tow Burning Ship, But
Might Put Prize Crew Aboard To
Bring Her To
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND
SIZES JjOWJIN HAND.
. AT OUR
A call at our delicacy counter will be a pleasure. You will see
tha advantagCB offered by a largo firm tho variety, the excellence,
tbo choice goods wo handle, and our manner of selling them. Here
nro a tew Hems picked from the counter.
Spiced Anchovies, Spiced Sardelle, Cervclal Wurst, Mett Wurst,
Salami, Frommage de Drle, all fancy Cream Cheese. Swiss Cheese,
German Hand Kase, Llmburger, Edam and Hockfort Cheese, fresh
Horso nadlsh. Smoked Herring and Bloaters.
Crystal Spring Butter
Telephone Main 45.
There was a story current, on tho
waterfront this morning to the effect
that the gasoline schooner Eclipse, pur
chased at auction on Saturday last from
the Hawaiian Navigation Company for
$7000 by Von Hamm Young Co., was
to be sent In search of the llrltlsh ship
Fnnnle Kerr, which was abandoned at
sea on May 29. with her cargo of coal
Archibald Young of Von Hamm
Young Company refused to have any
thing to say this morning In regard to
what was going to be done with tin
Eclipse. He neither denied nor affirm
ed the rumor In connection with tbo
The Impression among tbo more con
servative shipping men Is that th
story Is only one of the yarns so like);
to grow out of the fact that a valu
able vessel has been abandoned at sea
and there Is a possibility of someone
going after her and securing a big
prize. In the first place the Eclipse,
even If she found the Fannie Kerr. It
not strong enough to tow her to port
and the probabilities, according to the
first stories told by the captain and
crew of the deserted vessel, are that a
prize crew would be unable to llvo
aboard the Kerr to work her way to
any port. It may be, however, that
those who are back of the Ecllps
scheme. If there Is indeed a plan to
send the Eclipse to find the burning
vessel, are satisfied that tho ship Is not
In as bad condition ns tho stories ol
Captain Gibbons and his men might
lead the general public to suppose.
It Is thought by many on the water
front that the Fannie Kerr was aban
doned before It was absolutely neces
sary and that If the crew had staid by
her a little longer they would have
found It possible to work her to some
port. With favorable winds she could
easily have made Kauai In a week from
where she was abandoned, or she could
have made Layran Island.
There have been many ships which
have gone Into port with their cargoes
of coal afire and there have been very
few instances where a vessel was aban
doned a couple of days after tho Are
was discovered. After the explosions
on the morning when the crew left the
Fannie Kerr the worst danger was over
for many days, according to expert
enced salts pn the waterfront. If this
be the case" there Is still a possibility
that a crew could live aboard the ves
scl and the Eclipse, though she would
be powerless to tow the large ship to
port, might put a prize crow aboard to
work her and let tho Fannie Kerr tow
her. This, plan Is considered feasible
by those who are discussing the matter,
and there Is no reason whiy It could
not be carried out, providing the Kerr
is afloat and men could llvo on her
If the Fannie Kerr bad been aban
doned a thousand, miles from 8w
Francisco, Instead of from Honolulu,
there would have been a lively race be
tween half a dozen tugs nnd small
steamers to see which would get to hoi
first. Honolulu, say tbt waterfronters
who have experience but no cash, lias
a bad case of cold feet as far as this
Fannie Kerr affair Is concerned. Tin1
Inter-island steamship companies have
several steamers which they could
spare for the purpose. The llaualel,
one of the most powciful of the licet.
Is not doing anything. Ship owners
and ship masters here deem It a shame
that a splendid piece of property like
the Fannie Kerr should bo allowed to
Ve at the mercy of the elements. Tin
Are In her coal Is likely to burn for
several months and she Is more than
likely to remain afloat Indefinitely.
Captain Townsend of the Eclipse,
knew nothing of the plana of the new
owners when questioned this morning.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
"The Opium Cache on Maui."
Q. II. Ilcrrey's ofllce, 8 Campbell bid,
Ice cold beer $2.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, Blue 402.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C, J. Day's grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
rirst National Saloon.
Dove seasons opens July 1. E. O.
Hall & Son can supply the needs of all
Tho contract has not yet been
awarded for tho extension to tho
A fine opportunity to get a selection
of palms and ferns Is offered at Mor
gan's. See his column.
Large auction sale of household fur
niture at Morgan's auction rooms Tues
day, June 17, nt 10 a. m.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Iloglc.
Oregon block. Hotel Btrcet.
The bark Mohican, Captain Kelly,
sailed yesterday morning for San Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar.
Judge Gear has granted Manuel Ta-
vares Furtado a license to practice law
In the district courts of the Territory.
Jack Horace Myatt Is back at his
place In the stationery department of
the Wall, Nichols Co. after a week of
Lieut. Leslie of the Mounted Patrol
Is again at his post after a fortnight or
so off duty. He has fully recovered
from his case of blood poisoning.
Popular Interest In agriculture and
horticulture Is evidenced by a con
itant procession of visitors to the do
partment in quest of seeds and plants.
Mrs. W. D. Mallng goes to tho Vol
:nno tomorrow, llelng the possessor
)t a superior camera, she Is likely iu
irocttro some good views of Kllauca.
Among the Interested spectators at
the ball games Saturday was Jim Gor
man, catcher for tho Custom Housn
team, who was Injured a fortnight or
Tho steamer Maul will continue on
the Claudlnc's run this week, sailing
'or Maul ports tomorrow afternoon at
i o'clock. The Clotidlnc has not yet
United States Marshal Hendry has
eturned from Knual, where he releas
ed tho bWc and stock of Sing Keo &
to. nt Eleelc under discontinuance af
Representatives of tho hardware
tores were assembled at the l'ubllc
Vorks office this afternoon obtaining
nformatlon for bidding on supplies ti
he bureau of roads and bridges.
Mrs. Emma M. Nakulna, Commls
iloner of Prlvnte Ways and Water
tights, was holding court In the Ju
llclnry building this morning over a
nlolo valley water controversy.
Don't forget, Camarlncs of the Call
omit Fruit Market- when you want
rult and vegetables. He alw&,a has
n band a fresh supply of both Cil!or
da and Island fruit.-Telephone Main
Ernest Ilcnkln. formerly of th
fountcd I'atrol but novsof Molokal,
eaves for. hls home tomorrow. Ho
amc up to take In the races and Is now
vllllng to go back to his mountain fast-
The Aala and Maklki baseball teams
jlaycd an eleven Inning game at Ka
donlani park yesterday, tho result be
ll K a victory for the former by a score
of 13 to 12. There will be another game
in Sunday next.
There was n very large crowd up on
Tantalus yesterday. There wero In th
neighborhood of thirty carriages at the
op, not to say anything of a large
lumber of people who went up afoot
mil on horseback.
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TWO POSITIVE WINNERS j.
tor the summer Henson. JjEptN
New In every fentnre. wBBwj .Bjjjr
Nent, Hnnppy, nnil full of comfort B5J4- VSL
dMjf "ARISTO" $3,50
0f Chrome kid, patent tip,
mLS welt Hole, Cuban heel.
No. 69, "MONARCH" $3.00
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllad.fpM
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f T.
Offices Stangenwald lldaj, M
chant Street. Tel. Main !.
Full value and popular In price.
There Is no shoe, offered today, of equal value.
at the price.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1902.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased In Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and one
'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
bell and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It me In expectation of "Pickles"
Vnnr nlckles are my NemeslB. Please,
dear sirs, nueto them by the keg, bar-
r,-i hnmhend. ton or shiplnad, and
"preserve" rue. Yours vory truly,
, P.' 8, I wnnt Oherklns, Cauliflower,
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. W .
LEWIS fir CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the BVBNINQ DULLETIN
There Is not a popular brand
of toilet soap we do not carry,
Here are a few of the many dif
Full line of Colgate's Perfum
ed Soaps, Cutlcura Soap, Pear's
both scented and unsccnted;
Glycerine Soap, Packer's Tar
Soap, Buttermilk Soap, Turkish
Bath, Hand Sapollo, BpecUI
Carolina Pine Tar Oil Soap,
Wrlsley'n Transparent Tar Soap
Italian Violet, White Rose, Jock
ey Club, Cashmere Bouquet, La
France Rose, Lily of the Valley,
Mountain Violet,- Bay Rum.
The Popular Grocery,
22 TELEPHONES 24
Attorney Ng Mon War returned from
HUo In the Klnau Saturday after hav
ing attended to the case of Akau at
HIIo. charged with asHault and battery
In the District Court, Mr. Mon War
moved for dlsmlfasal on tho ground
that tho warrant was defective. The
motion was denied and tho defendant
was sentenced to four months' Im
prisonment nt hard labor. An appeal
was taken to the Circuit Court anil
there the case was dismissed. Akau
was ngaln arrested and sentenced over
again to the same term. The case was
ngaln appealed and will come uerore
the next grand Jury.
Is perfect no other one
to equal It. Has movable
flues, atr-tlght locks, met
allic Ico rack, nnd tho lar
ger ones aro lined with
enamel. Shelves aro
movable, and tho refriger
ator Is of tho best kiln
dried wood. Great varie
ty of sizes and at prices
from $10.50 upward. Mado
In Grand Itaplds, Mlcb.
and Saves Ice.
Sold on Installments.
FURNITURE CO. .Limited
Ants do, it given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollno Is
Invaluablo as It Is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Still in JhQ Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
650 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whero he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Us branches, and will be pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as now ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE 16, looz
NAME OF STOCK plil I? Bl1 Al4
C. Brawar & Company.. sajvK to m
N.9 Setnl)O.Co,l1. 6..C9- ot u
L.B. KarrfcCo,, LU.. aooou. S
Btf. Plantation Co ,,000,000 ac a,
HawaitanAtrlculturatCo t,ooo,ooo toe m
Hawaiian Com. Su Co. a,,ia,,,o ' II
Hawaiian Sufar Co ... t,ooo,ooo ao ti t
Hoaoau Sutar Co .... f,o,ooo loo ... it.
Honokaa Sugar Co .000,000 ao 10
Haiku Sugar Co........ aoo,ooo too. ta,
Cabuku Plantation Co. . !oo,o ao aK ti
Klhtl PlanlCa..ll4 l.oo.ooo r fit
Klpahula Sutar Co 160.000 toe 40
Kotoa Surar Co )oe,ooo too ta.
McUfyd,SuCo.,L4 ).oo,ooo ao ft
0,hu Sutar Co- 1,600,000 too 84 f,K
(tnonaa SugarCo. .... 1,000,000 ao a, a,
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co. wo,wo ao I
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltd., a. I io,ue ao it; 0
OlaaSu Co. Lli. r-lup f . ,00,000 ao oJ 1.
Olowalil Company .. . 150,000 too ij.
Paauhiu Su, Flan. Co. ,.000,000 so 10 ,,,,
Pacific Sue" Mill. ... soo.000 too
Pal Planta'lon Co fso,ooo loo
PrtkoSl garCo...- )o.ooa too ,.,
Plomr Mill Ca .,?)o.ooo 100 6jH ,j
Walalua Agn Co 4,so.oo too ) .
WallukuSugarCo roo,ooo too,.,,. j,
WalmanaloSugar Co ast.000 100 160
Walmta Mill Co tas,ooo im t,
WllJat SttaiMnl; Co . oo.ono too. ... m
lnlr-llanJSamN.Co tooooioo . ,Z
Hawaiian Eltrlc Co... Eo .00 i '"
Hon. KapM T. (c L. Co. io 000 loo .
Mutual Ttlarhona Co. . t.a'eno to "
OahuRy&LCo ,, ,lo .... "":
Hawaiian Gov 5 rarcanl of ....
H1I0KRC0. if'' cent laa
Hon Rapii Trantlt too
Ewa IMantat'n 6 per cant I
Oahu R & L Co. per c I
Oahu Plantation 6pc I
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c tto
Walalua Agrlcul. 6 p. e I
Sales inn Kwa, 24; 100 Ewa, 2t;
100 Kwa, 2I; 75 Ewa, $21; 75 Ewa.
21; 50 Ewa, $24; 2000 Ewa bonds,
llOl.'ift; 20 Honokaa, $11.25.
and . . .
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 291.
U, Nakamoto, Matsufu, Knndo and
clmurn appeared In tho Police- Court
this forenoon on the clmrgu of Impris
oning Hunlsul. another Jupnncso. 'ino
plaintiff put up a long story about his
.laving had his moustacho pulled and
ibout other Indignities having been
henped upon him. It turned out on
ross examination mat, iiunism was 11
lodger In tho building In which he
laid he had been Imprisoned and a
nolle prosequi was at onco entered and
the four men discharged. The trouble
was all over n woman.
In tho Police Court this forenoon
I.olls de Medio, one of tho many hood
lums of the Punchbowl Blopes, was
flncd $10 and costs on the charge of
using vulgar, obscene and profano Ian
guage In the presence of a number ot
young ladies who were walking along
on the street n dny or so ago with their
There Is a well defined rumor that
tho Custom House baseball team has
secured the services of a pitcher who
will do home surprising things when
ho pitches against the Malle-IUmus.
matched for a
Fourth of July.
HIIo on the
I Cyclone Is all right again. He work
ed out yesterday In 2:21.
E. S. Hoyd, Commissioner of Public
.amis, will go to HuwaTI tomorrow and
cmaln until Saturday after next. HI
rrand Includes tho allotment of cer
aln homestead lands and tho Invcstl
ration of applications for other lands
Chlng Lai Wah, doing business tin
Icr tho Arm namo nnd style of Lai
tang Kce. has brougbl suit agnlnst
loo Wan Hoy for tho recovery of
t.W.I.S.'i alleged to be duo for labor per
formed and material furnltmcu. 1'. M
.looks lor plalntln.
I)y some mistake, tho case of Pang
Chong, tho man who Is alleged to have
put up a building nt the corner of Nuu-
anu and lleretanla streets without a
license, was put on the Pollco Court
calendar. It has been bet for tomorrow
Attorney 1-', M. Urooks will appear for
Manuel Hodrlgiics appeared In the
Police Court today on the charge of
seduction. In consideration of the fact
that ho will marry the girl Nellie
Clink this afternoon, Judgo Wilcox
continued the case until tomorrow
morning, telling the defendant to ap
pear at that time with a paper from thu
priest In order that ho might bavo tan
gible evidence of tho knot huvlng been
Invitations to the closing exercise
of the various schools nt Knmchnmehn
have been sent out to a largo number
of people. The commencement exor
clses of the Hoy's school will bo held In
tho lllshop Memorial chapel at 8
o'clock on the evening of Juno 21. The
sixth commencement of the Girls'
Bchool will tako place at 3:30 o'clock on
Saturday. June 21, and thu class ot
1002 entertainment will tako place on
tho evening before, at 8 o'clock.
In the basement, ot Kuwulahau
church this evening, the members o(
the, congregation of Kawulahao phurcli
will show their appreciation of the
work of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Llllkalani
by giving them an Informal iccepttou
In celebration of their silver wedding.
Ilesides being presented with a sub
stantial purse, there will ho congratu
latory speeches and n short program nl
music. The event will bo an Important
one In the history of the church.
Japanese of the city are trying u new
dodge on the police. They are now
using soda water stands as a screen be
hind which to conceal women who for
merly piled a shameful trade In Iwllel
Due of these places at tho corner or
Vineyard and Hlvcr streets was raided
atiirday night and a Japanese woman
ind a Chinaman, Lam lice by name,
.vero caught. Tho woman did not show
ip In tho Police Court today. Tho Chi
naman was found guilty ami sentenced
'.0 pay u flno of $25 and costs.
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A lull lino lust received, ranging
In prices from $1.00 to
87. SO per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Slreel
We have all kinds
A complete stock of tho fin
est floor, furniture and car
riage varnishes always on
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for tho purchase or ult oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and proms
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnon-
wald Bldg. Pottofflco box 390; Tel.
phono Main 331.
for house Interiors, wood man
tels, choice furniture, etc., can
be used as a varnish or polish.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON BUGAIt
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more pcoplo nro realiz
ing that thoy can got better work and
lower prices than anywhero clso.
Each department In cbargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dentists oi tho bcst-rccognlzcd schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho cltyj wo bavo
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to dato.
Wo can Bavo you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In ndvanco
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth ..j,....$5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Filling f.00
Sliver Fillings 50
M. F. BER'ret-iVlAlN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entranco o
King street Order left at either iko
or office at John Nott's store, Ela
street, will receive prompt ntntln
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Doz 653; TeJ Blue 791; Room
s, Spmcke's Bulldli.lt.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collection.
I Office, 79 Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
I E. W. JORDAN I
has Just received ex.
"ALAViEDA" a full line
ot the celebrated
IiMv!a I iN 1 I . I m
All our Instruments nro thoroughly
stcrillzpd before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Ilulldlng. Hotel StrocL
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, S a. ra. to C p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to Vi mi
Also a bl choice In the
PING PONG1' GAME
Conic curly anil Have
No 10 Store