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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY. JUNE 17, ISO!.
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A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction of 25 per cent
6ee Our Window Dlsplny.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND
SIZES NOWJN HAND.
L AT OUR
A call at our delicacy counter will be a pleasure. You will seo
tho advantages offered by" a. large firm tho variety, the excellence,
the cbolce goods wo handle, and our manner of selling them. Here
are a few Items picked from th counter.
Spiced Anchovies, Spiced Sardclle, Cervelal Wurst, Mctt Wurst,
Salami, Fromraage do Drle, all fancy Cream Cheese. Swiss Cheese,
German Hand Kase, Llmburgor, Edam and Kockfort Cheese, fresh
Horso Radish, Smoked Herring and mooters.
Crystal Spring Butter
Telephone Main 45.
GOING HOME SICK
Plague Scare in Sydney About Over
Man Killed on Downward
Trip For the Coast
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO 8TREET.
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 three 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 the door
bell and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It me In expectation of "Pickles".
Your pickles are.lny Nemosls. Fleare,
dear sirs, queto them by tfio keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or Bhlpliiad, ai.d
"prcservo" me. Yours very truly,
1. 8. I want Gherkins, Cauliflower,
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C V.
To Messrs. ,
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVBNINQ BULLETIN
The Oceanic steamship Sonoma, Cap
tain Van Oetercndorp, sighted this
morning at 4 45 o'clock, came Into the
harbor and docked nt tho Oceanic
wharf about 8 30 o'clock. She sailed
from Sydney on tho 3d Inst., at 1:15
p. m. and arrived at Auckland at S.30
a. m. on the 7th Inst , leaving for Pa
go Pago at 3 15 p. m. of the same day.
She arrived at Pago Pago at 11:30 p. m.
on the 10th Inst . leaving tor Hono
lulu at 2' 20 a. m. on the 11th. Moder
ate to strong head winds and rough
Seas were experienced to Pago Pago,
thence to port pleasant weather, with
calms, light winds and smooth seas,
Among the passengers going through
to the Coast Is Commander Block
linger of the United States gunboat
Wheeling, now at Pngo Pago. Com
mander Blockllnger Is not well and Is
returning home on this account. He
Joined the Sonoma at Pngo Pago.
On the downward trip of the Sonoma,
shortly after the vessel had left Pago
Pago, L, D. Ferguson, an oiler, was
killed, being caught In the shaft whllo
be was attending to his duties. HI)
body was taken to Auckland.
Passengers for Honolulu In the So
noma were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Crook
shank and two children, T. Herd, Miss
Murdoch and Messrs. Mutter aud Hyde.
Honolulu importations consist of 100
case 8 of brandy, n crate of fowls, n
chest of tea and five packages of sun
cities. The Sonoma brings one day's later
news of the outside world. She sailed
from Auckland, New Zealand, on the
7th Inst, one dny later than the day on
which the America Mnru sailed from
Purser O. A. Hodson reports the
plague In Sydney practically over.
When the Sonoma left that port thcro
was every reason for tho assumption
that the scare was at an end. and so
satisfied were the health authorities
that the epidemic was not likely to give
further trouble, that the board of health
dispensed with tho services of tho
cleansing gangs. There had been dur
ing the week fewer cases of suspicious
Illness brought under the notice of the
officials than for corresponding periods,
and of the rats forwarded for examina
tion not one was found to have been
Two new cases of plague were re
ported In Drlsbane, Queensland
Following Is a list of the through
passengers In the Sonoma: Mr. and
Mrs. Adkfns and maid, C. S. Adams, I).
Abobt, Mrs, Iledard and Infant, Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Done, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Dills, Walter Bills, F. Dercli, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. A. L
Dearlove and child, P. Duffy, Miss Esse
R. Grlce, Miss Geary, George Hoppcn
stedt, T. r. Hough. J. A. Hamilton. F
W. Hume, Miss Allaway, Mrs. Drake
Mil Drake, Miss R. Christian. Mrd.
Champness, E. A. Crowley, A. Camp
bell, M, Duhlg. Miss I. Fold!, Miss It.
Gibson. Capt. and Mrs. Grant and fa
mily, Mlts A. Howard. T. Irvine. J.
Kllpntrlck, Mr. Mncdonald, Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Morgan, Mr. and Mrs, M.
11. Mergenthelm, Ernest II. Nash N. F.
R. Hume. Mrs. W R. Mcnzles anl child,
V. J. Martin, Rev. W. V. 0'llrne, Mr
and Mrs. W. T. Price. Mr Pender, W
C. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. W 11. Russoll,
E. Reynolds, Mrs. Vcssa Rlngcl, E. W.
Robinson, Misses Tajlor (2), Mr.
Thompson, Dr. Tetens, C. P. Vernon,
Dr. and Mrs. Wolfhagcn, Mr. and Mrs.
11. H. Wllklns, T. Wllks. Mr. Young,
.Mrs. T. O'llrleu, Miss A. Parker, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Rosenberg and family, L.
Rosenberg, J. U. Roberta. Mr. and Mrs.
Richmond and two children, Mr. Sy
monds, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Thompson,
W Wilson, Mrs. Parslow Wallace and
child, .Mr. and Mrs. W. Wcarno, E.
Warsaw, I). Warsaw.
The Sonoma sails for San Francisco
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Ordinary
mall closes at.the postolflco nt 4 o'clock.
The following have engaged passago
for the Coast: Mrs. C. St. Allen, It. E.
Ilraden. L. J. Phelps, W. J. Conroy, J.
L. W Zarmwalt, wlfo and four chil
dren, Mrs. Goodwin, Miss Dron, Mra
Samuel Johnson, Mis. Cameion, W. II
Lelmet, W. S. Porter, Mrs. O. C Lewis,
Frank J. Lewis, Mrs. Albert Cluie, Mrs
J. A. Porter, Miss Woods, W. II Ilaugh
Mrs. McCully-Hlggins, Miss Westcott
Mrs C'nrr. Mrs. M. II Hammond and
Read "Wants" on page 8.
Q, H. Berrey'i office, 8 Campbell bid.
C H. Dickey returns to Maul In the
A notice to creditors of K. Taketa
appears on pago 8.
Ice cold beer $2.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, Blue 492.
Furnished cottage splendidly located
to let Read Wants.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at the
First National Saloon.
Castle & Lansdale are advertising a
bargain In their space.
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin returns to Maul
In the Claudlne this afternoon.
Mrs. A. G. Hawes gives a bathing
parly at Walklkl for Miss Treda White
The Sllva contempt case was continu
ed till tomorrow by consent before
Executors' notice In the matter ol
the estate of P. Kamauawa Kuahu ap
pears on page S.
Notice of a meeting of the Fourth
Precinct Fourth District club appears
under New Today.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and sates, call on
HoiTscblaeger Co., Ltd.
J. Castle Rldgway. collector of cus
toms at Illlo. has been appointed bank
examiner for the Territory of Hawaii.
The latest Columbia Bar-lock type
writer can be seen nt the office of Wa
terhouse it Podmore. Sec ad on page 6
The U. S. tralnlrg ship Mohi
can Is expected here trom Yokohama
about the end of the week. She will
probably remain In this port fur a week
C. L. Crabbe, chairman of the Fourth
District committee has a notice In to
day's Bulletin rein the to thenieetlngs
of precinct clubs In the district men
tioned. J. II. Hojd. Superintendent of Public
Works, unci W. H. Wright, Treasurer.
took Governor Dole out In a surrey at
noon for nn Inspection of new public
works The Pacific mall steamship Peking
will probablv make port tomorrow af
ternoon from San Francisco. She was
schedule! to leave the Coast on the
.Mrs. Kate W. Cooper, guardian of tho
three children of the late Henry Coop
er, has filed her account, showing re
ceipts (5599.S9. payments J 1333.33, bal
The faculty and students of Mills In
stitute have sent out Imitations to a
musical and literary entertlnment to
be given Thursdy evenlnag, June 19,
at 7:30 o'clock.
The Oceanic steamship Sierra It due
to arrive from San Francisco about 10
u'cIikL tomorrow morning. Sie will
bring six davs' later mall and news-
on paper flics.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He, always has
on hand a fresh supply orobth alitor-
ula and Island Trull. Telephone Main
The wireless telegraph sen Ice Is non
open for business to Lahalna and all
points on Maul. Telegrams will be re
ceived at the Oceanic Gas & Electric
company's office. Magoon building Mer
Colonel W. II. Cornwell, Democratic
National Committeeman. Is In town.
In answer to a Bulletin reporter he
said the Democrats of Maul would be
called together for organization In the
course of ten days.
The executors of the estnte of tho
late Morris l.oulsson have filed an In
ventory showing a total aluation of
$187,815.20. The largest single Item
Is that or 775 shau'H of M. S. Grin
haum & Co.. Ltd., $77.&v0.
On the question of tho ownership of
the steam schooner Malolo. libeled by
Wnlmanalo Sugar Company for colli
slon with the steamer John A. Cum
mlns. Judgo Estcc has given tho attor
ney k three days to file briefs.
Dr, John Milton Holt Is expectrd to
arrive from San Francisco In the Sierra
tomorrow morning. The doctor romes
to Join tho Federal health ofllclnls at
this port. He was formerly stationed
at St. Louis. Dr. Holt brings his wife
aud two children.
The trial of Joe Dlas, charged with
assault and battery on Manuel Gomes,
a small boy. Is on In the Police Court
this afternoon. Dlas claims that the
boy used the most filthy language In
tho presence of women of his family
and, after repeated remonstrance, he
struck the boy In a place wheie such
boys should be struck,
M. B, Mergenthelm, a newspaper pub
lisher of Brisbane, Is a passenger In tho
Sonoma. Accompanied l tilt, wife he
daughter. P.'s. Sc-hnclder. Miss Tabiltt, ls returning to his home In Chicago for
Mrs C Morse, Mis L. P. Appleman ' u """ "' llu"""1 '" ",l ","r"
and child, Mrs. Isaac Mooie, Edward
TWO POSITIVE WINNERS
for the summer Reason.
New In every fentnre.
Neat, Hnnppy, find full of comfort
Chrome kid, patent tip,
welt sole, Cuban heel.
No, 69, "MONARCH" $3,00
Full value nnd popular In price.
There Is no shoe, offered today, of equal value,
at the price.
JttcINERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlldlpW
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf Tf
Offices Stangenwald Oldf. Ms
chant Street. Tel. Main 181.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQB
Honolulu, JUNE 17, 1001
Easy to Buy
We sell them on easy
payments. A little money
down and small weekly
paMnents soon pas for
ono You have the usj ol
It while being paid for.
The "Yukon" Is tho best
refrigerator made. Pre
serves the food best with
the lensl Ice. MacTo of
thoroughly Kiln dried
wood. with movable
shelves and fines, some
with enamel lining.
All sizes and prices
from $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE 00 Limited
Ants do. If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It ls not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
NAME OF STOCK
C. Briwtr ftConeinr.
S ft Plintittafi Ca . . . .
ntvv inn (.on sauto
H,ilUn Sof Co ....
Honona Sugar Co ...
Honokii Stjfir Co ....
Hlku SurirC. ......
tCahukcj Plantation Co
Klntl Plant Co..U4
Klpabutu Sugar Co ....
Koloa Surar Co ...
Oahu Sugar Co. .. .
Oohala Sutar Ptaa Co
Otaa So. Co., ttl , at I
OlaaSuCo Ltd rdupf
Paauhau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Surar Mill
Pali Plama-lon Co
PrpttkeoSt gar Co ...
Walalua Acre Co... .
WallukuSurarCo . .
Walmta MI1IC0... .
Wltitr Sltanihlo Co '
Inlt Milan Steam N Co;
Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co
Hon KarU T (k L, Co
Mutual Tttrrhont Co
Oatiu Ry ft L Co
Hawaiian Gov t ear rant
Hon KacM Tranilt
Ewa Planut n 6 par cent
uinu k oc i. K.O ftr c
Oahu llantation tpc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walatua AHcul 6 p. e
Oaborn nnd family. Mis. J. J. Gcavy,
Miss Geavy, Miss A. Ilrady. Miss Pow
ers, R. Winklemnnn. C N. Spiers, Goi
don I'sborn, A. M. Wnlcott. P. M.
Plumb, Miss C. H. Plumb, Mi. and Mn.
Loldlaw. Dr unci Mrs. Tripp. II. K.
Duffus, S. T. Alexander, L, llonlngs
berger, Mrs. Gllchilst. W T. Veltch,
There Is not a popular brand w" w- T'"-ker'
of toilet soap we do not carrj.
Here are a few of the many dif
Full line of Colgate's Perfum
ed Soaps, Cutlcura Soap, Pear's
both scented and unscented;
Glycerine Soap, Packer's Tar
Soap, Buttermilk Soap, Turkish
Bath, Hand Sapollo, Special
Carolina Pine Tar Oil Soap,
Wrisley's Transparent Tar Soap
Italian Violet, White Rose, Jock
ey Club, Cashmere Bouquet, La
France Rose, Lily of the Valley,
Mountain Violet, Bay Rum.
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery,
HE NEW TAIENT
Manager Joe Cohen called In at the
Bulletin ufiico this morning and an
nounced that ho hud been successful
In sec-tiring tho Warsaw Druthers, n
musical sketch team who were on
their way tluciugh to San Franclsc In
.he Sonoma. These,- artists will mak.i crcut Cour, for lrM on thc dmrse Q,
CUV UUI'UUJ BMUIIb oiiun uv ctiu wi-
lllK owner of The Spectator, a political
weekly and Is also connected with the
Courier. He likes tho Colonies und
will return to his work after seeing old
friends In "Yankeeland."
Among the departures for Illlo and
way ports In thc Klnau today were the
following' II. T. Hascldeu, John Cul
len, Ernest Parker, James Parker. Mrs.
H. T. Haysclden. Mrs. W. I). Mallng,
Mr. und Mrs. E. S. Boyd. O. M. At
wood, C. Kulser, J. II. Mackenzie, Miss
Gertrude Ronton, Rev. J. A. Cruzan,
C. II. Fox, Chang Chow, Oscar Sellers,
H. C. Barrow. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Llppy.
A. F. Judd, S. N. Hundley, C. Casten
dyck, Junies Renton, Theo Wolff, W. G.
Wulkcr, Fred Young aud M. A, John
son. Kolomana.a young Hawaiian lad.
was this morning committed to tho
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Just received, ranging
In prices trom $1.00 to
67.00 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
IS6 Hotel Stint
We couldn't tell all about the
excellent varnishes at once
Each week wp have been telling
you about one or two kinds.
Come to the store and wo can, In
n few minutes, show you more
than wc could tell about in a
mouth here and do It much more
satisfactorily, too. We carry alt
the best and a stock of cheaper
varnishes as well.
Snles liKTofaa. assessable J2. lOrt
Olan assessable, t", 100 Otaa, assess
able. $3 100 Olaa, assessable. )2; 100
Olaa. assessable. J2, 1.', Oahu, S8S; JO
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com
pany $.11. H Klhel $10.50; 3 Oahu
Rnllwny and Land Company bonds,
$101 :u 373 Hawaiian Commercial and
sugar Company. $33 50. 5 Pioneer,
$70 100 Olaa. assessable $175.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Still in JhQ Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANCING
In alt Its Tranches, and will bo pleased
to Bee all of bis old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOK.
Orders for the purchase or sal ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated ,
I Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUntjn
wald Bldfl. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
J Stock and
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAk
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
550 KING ST.
p.o. box 293. 403 Judd Building.
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and nioro peoplo aro realiz
Ing that they can get bettor work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators are graduato
dentists oi tho best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. or the world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; we have
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to dato.
Wo can save 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
M. R. BERTELitA.lN
16 - MOVBD
To rear of old itaud. Entrance m
King street. Orders left at either tho,
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
trMt, will nvelvfi prompt nttntn-
' Fred. L. Waldron
I P. O. Box 563; Te) Blue 711; Room
,s, Sprecke's Bulldlug-
phc-urn stronger than ever. Tho War-
luiceuy In tho second degiec In con-
saw Brotners havo Just como ftom tho ' " i""n wlthJ ,e V'?'1 ?f " ,mt tr."! "
Colonies alter having plavcd a long , Chinaman. The defendant staled that
season with tho World's Entertainers. "e complainant had given him the hat
Mr Cohen also repoits that ho may but the Chinaman denied this Judge
succeed this afternoon In making or- Wilcox said that, on account of his pre
rnugements with a lady who Is bound vlous record he would havo to commit
through lb tho Coast and who has also him for trial. However, the case was
been playing a season In tho Colonics. gur trlvlul one that tie was In hopes
' ' ' j tho joung man would not be Indicted
If you want to buy or sell a home to by the grand Jury,
rent or sectue n rented or borrow or, ' '
loan on real estate, call on Hentj Wa- ..The Onlum Cache on Maul.'' Smun-
I terhouse & Co. i gle. Whaley and tho yacTl; Halcyon.
1 E. W. JORDAN 1
lias JuHt received ex.
"ALAY1CDA" n full line
of the celebrated -
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Street
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, S a. m. to G p. m.
Suudas, 0 a. m. to 12 m.
sy AIho n big choice In tho
I "PING PONG" GAME
Jg Come enrly and save
belnrv ditiapiiolntcd. -s
No 10 Store
Fort Street 3