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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 18, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
BAFFLED THE POLICE
Ninety Six Men Caught in Gambling
Den But Not One of
The biggest raid by tho police In
many months was made this forenoon
by Detective Kaapa and others on a
Chinese gambling den In the upper
story ot a building on Hotel street,
near Kekaullkc. Ninety-six cooks,
yardboys and others were arrested
and, although the msc Is not a very
clear one. It Is believed that tho po
lice will put forth some evidence thai
will be sufficient to show that the Chi
nesc were gambling In the room.
At the time agreed on by Detective
.aapa, the officers mndo a dlc for
the gambling den, but. upon tnclr nr
rival tnere, they found their further
progress blocked by four strong doors,
barred and locked. Tt was Impossible
to get Into the place and, for a half
hour, the officers stood on tho outside
waiting for a chance to get In. This
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York, June 12. Sugar Raw,
firm; fair refining, 3c; centrifugal, 96
test, 3 1-2c; molasses sugar, 2 3-4c.
Q. II. Derrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
Ice cold bcr J2.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, IIIuq 492.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
The Hobert Grieve Company wants
a livo ninn. See New Today.
A Oordon setter pup has been lost,
lleward offered. See New Today.
Household furniture at auction the
20th. See Jas, F. Morgan's column.
An auction sale of Hawaiian rice Is
adtcrtlscd In Jas. V. Morgan's column
for the 20th Inst.
A phaeton and saddle horse at auc
tion Saturday, the 21st. See Jas. I'.
Morgan's column page S.
'the Honolulu High School com
mencement exercises will be held In
I'rogress Hall Friday evening. Juno
20th, at 8 o'clock. There will be eight
The Third I'rcelnct Club of the
Ioutth District meets tonight In Nuu
anu vaKcy for the purpose of nominal
nig ciiili ofllceTS to be elected on the
night ot tne 27th Inst.
The pcoplo at the head of tho Hos
pital for Incurables bellcte that In
two months time they will be nblo to
remove the patients now at the Ka-
finally came and the rush wns made,
tTnnn tin nrrktil nf tll nnllrn In thn
room, the ninety-six Chinamen woiukaako hospital to the new place Ht
standing or simng nooui nut not one mumiiKi.
was gambling. A lot of gambling par-1 Theodore Wores, the California artist
aphernalla. showing that different who returned from Samoa some little
: . : "L."un:r.n.,,3' ' , , - option m hi utu.
various parts of the room. Tho China-1 a'V " """""I rt from 330 to 5
men were lined up and taken to tteioc,Ioc,k yesterday afternoon. Honolulu
police station, where clerks were Kept . "v"-'- "" ' "'" represeiucu.
busy for a couple of hours straighten-1 The members of the Hawaiian Wo-
ing out names anu uiukiuk um uun re-, mens uiuu nro requcsteil to attend thl
celpts. lawn party to ho given at the residence
The police have Information that 0f Mrs. E. Ulchards on Thursday Jtint
snows wnai a wily lot uiincsc gam- i9 from 2:jo to 5 o'clock In the after
oiers are. H seems umi uiu .mm nuu n0(m ,jacl mpml)Cr
til lliu K",IIU1111b vjiri;iu voviiv
OVER 15 DIFFERENT STYLES AN'
SIZES NOWJN HAND.
L AT OUR
A call at our delicacy counter will bo a pleasure. You will sco
tho advantages offered by a largo firm tho variety, the excellence,
thn choice goods wo handle, and our manner of selling them. Here
arc a few items picked from th counter.
Spiced Anchovies, Spiced Sardellc, Ccrvclat Wurst, Mctt Wurst,
Salami, Fromniage do Brie, all fancy Cream Cheeso Swiss Cheese,
German Hand Kase, Ltmburger, Edam and HocKfort Cheese, fresh
Horso Radish, Smoked Herring and Bloaters.
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN ME AT CO. Ld.
Telephone Mnln 45.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
M. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINQ STREET.
Walluku, Haul, May 1, 1902.
Dear Sirs: In my Innoccnco I pur
chased in Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought me great trouble, and ono
of threo things must occur:
1. Vou must stop making them; or
2. I mUBt get them at less expense;
3. I am a ruined man.
Slnco ray first venture I'vo had many
"Jars." My family from curly morn
cry "Pickles"; neighbors ring tho door
bell and shout "Pickles"; relatives vis
It, me In expectation of "Pickles".
Your pickle's ore my Neniests.fcPlease,
dear sirs, quste them by the keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or shipload, and
"prescrvo" mo. Yours very truly,
P. S. I want Gherkins, Cauliflower,
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. V.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
through a trap door In the roof whlcu
will bring a
had Decn especially arranged for Just I hip Police Court today. Wallace
such nn emergency as occurred today. I Ulnlfcdell was fined $3 and losta on tha
He took with him n couple of tin boxes! (barge of assault and battery on Mini
and a coupie ol bags filled with money. Mcrsherg. ii young lady of about fifteen
Tho alarm had In somo way been ( minnicrs. Defendant said he meant
given to the gamblers nnd It was not uo harm but only wanted to know
unui iney were gram mm ri-uu) w...i where the brother of the kHI was. He
tno police were admitted.
THE FEDERAL ill
In connection with the application ol
the Federal civil service rules regard
ing political nctlvity of officials to the afternoot.
Territorial civil service, tho following
circular. Issued by I, C. Knox, Attor
ney General of the United States, un
der date of November 22, 1901, will be
"Your attention is directed to n cir
cular of this Department Issued Au
gust 20, 1900, ln which section 2 of the
Civil Service Act of January 10, 1883.
forbidding any executive officer ov
employee, among others, to solicit or
receive political contributions from
any officers or employees of the
United States, was quoted, and all per
sons serving under this Department
were required to observe strictly, tho
prohibitions of That law. and were rec
ommended to refrain from service on
political committees charged with tlui
collection and disbursement of cam
paign uinds. 1 now repeat the injunc
tions of that circular, and add tho fol
lowing further directions on this sub
Rule 2 oi the Civil SerWce null's
provides that no person In the execu
tive civil service shall uso his official
authailty or official influence for thn
purpose of Interfering with nn election
or controlling the result thereof. Thn
spirit of the civil Hervlco laws and
rules renders It highly undesirable for
Federal o (leers and employees to tal.o
on active part in political conventions
or In the cllrectlon of other parts of po
litical machinery. Persons in the Gov
ernment service under fhls Depart
ment should not net as chairmen ofuo
lltlcal organizations, nor mako them
selves unduly prominent In local pol't
Ical matters. It Is expected and requir
ed that all otTTcers and employees ot
this Department shall act ln entiro
conformity with uio views herein set
L'nlted States Attorneys and United
States Marshals are hereby directed
to post conspicuously In tHelr respect
ive offices a copy of this circular ami
otherwise to uso every available
means to direct the attention of their
subordinates, and of all those who am
In the Gocrnment service under this
Department, to the Injunctions of this
had a. hone to pick with him
The Oceanic steamship Sierra docked
at the Oceanic wharf at 2 o'clock this
afternoon from San Francisco, whcnci
she sailed on the 12th Inst., at 10 a. m.
She wns sighted this morning oft Wal
manalo at 11.15 o'clock. She was off
Diamond Head at 12:35 o'clock this
She brings six days' later
mull and newspaper files.
A short time ago. Wray Taylor.
Commssloncr of Agriculture, secured
Irom Washington a bag of red clover
which he distributed among those in
the city Interested in having it grown
on this Island. A short time clnce, quite
a patch was planted on Tantalus with
the result that the clover Is fairly
springing from the ground like so many
A small Japanese boy appeared In
tho Police Court this forenoon on tho
chnrgo ot truancy. It seems that bo
hail been absent from school stneo
January 27' nnd for carelessness In al
lowing any pupil to remain away for
such a long time. Judge Wilcox
"roasted" tho teacher under whom tho
boy was being instructed. 'When Tru
nnt Officer Shaw went to the home -if
the boy yesterday to make the arrest,
no was attacked by the mother and
nnother woman. The defendant wns
sent home with a warning by the
FISHES THAT FISH
AND WALK AND FLY
(Continued from page 1.)
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLET1.N
There Is not n 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, Cuticura Soap, Pear's
both scented and unscentcd;
Glycerine Soap, Packer's Tar
Soap, Buttermilk Soap, Turkish
Bath, Hand Sapollo, Special
Carolina Pine Tar Oil Soap,
Wrlsley'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.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Portland. Or., June 9. After bavins
Shot nnd Instnntl) killed two guards.
Harry Tiacy ami Frank .Merrill, twu
desperato long termers at the Oregon
State penitentiary at Salem, held an
other guard ln front of them as -i
Bblelil while they made their cscapn.
then stopped' out of range of the pris
on, and. In full view of the officers
who had collected, deliberately killed
tho man they had carried with them.
Then they disappeared Into the tim
ber, and up to a lato Tibur this ecu
(ng have not been located, although
posses of determined men, armed to
the teeth, hae surrounded the woods
In which the convicts are supposed to
be, ami will have them, dead or allvn
"The Opium Cache on Maul,"' Smug
gler Whaley and the yacM Halcyon.
sponge, Intricately and beautifully
From a depth of 477 fathoms the ncl
secured a queer little fish. He is en
tirely new. Ho Is the possessor of
four legs. The (Uiild be called tins or
legs, but are more like legs than tins.
The hind legs .ire built on the knngnrnu
principle, or aro not unlike the legs
of a frog. The front legs are mote like
the flippers of a tin tic. The little fel
low has u big bend and a pointed os
terlor. He Is n sort of (omhlnatloii
frog and fish.
The Albatross has some Infant
sword-fishes. They nro only an Inch
or two In length and their little sword
nre more like the weapons of mos
quitoes. Young flying fish, moie like butter
flies than ono might imagine; dog fish
of many varieties; deep-water dog fish
and somo hitherto unknown fish, ver)
long In proportion to their size and
I with buffalo-shaped heads, are also to
1 Le seen In the aquarium of tho Fish
, Commission boat.
Dr. Gilbert has u fino specimen of the
. "fishing frog." n fish that is wonder.
, fufly constiucted.. Jelly flsll. deep wa
ter sbnrkB, llttlo fellows, star flshei
and other fishes too numerous to men
tion, ill! came to tho nets of the Alba
tross, Allttlo (lying fish, a new va
riety, with a mriiltl-colored body shap
ed like n Chinese kite unil wings Ilk
Japanese fans, Is one of the most pecu
liar things In tho whole collection.
The scientists aro very well satisfied
with tho success of the erulso and (noli
forward to many more valuable ecqul
sltlons on the next tilp.
TWO POSITIVE WINNERS
for the summer sermon.
New In every fentnre.
Neati snnppy, nnd full of comfort
Chrome kid, patent tip,
welt Hole, Cuban heel.
No, 69, "MONARCH" $3,00
Full value and popular In price.
There Is no shoe, offered today, ot equal value.
at the price.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, ef Z
Offices Stangenwald lldg. Me
chant Street. Tel. Main SSI.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, JUNE t8, iooj
NAME OF STOCK
CiMtii s-7 mil, .,
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Easy to Buy
Wo sell them on easy
payments. A little money
down nnd small weekly
payments soon pays for
one. You have tho info ot
It while being paid for
The "Yukon" Is tho best
refrigerator made. Pre
serves the food best with
tho least Ice. Maue of
thoroughly kiln dried
wood. with movable
shelves anil lines, Borne
with enamel lining.
All sizes and prices
from $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Orcatest success
attends uso OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
tho pests uso It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a pnlsoa
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
u. Brtvtr ft CoBipinjr. t.rwv
n.s sicniDU.io.Li. t,
L.tJ.Ktnft io iu
ft PUfiUtlon Cn .
HiwillioCotD.ft Sa Co.
Htwaltia 5ur' Co ...
Hoaonu Suctr Co ...
Honokii Sugar Co ...
Yatauku Plantation Co
rthtl Plant Co., Ltd,.,.
Kttbuli Sugar Co,...
Eotaa Surtr Co. . ..
Othd Surtr t-
LMotnta SurarCo. ...
Ookata Sujtar Plan. Co.!
uiaa du. 1,0., i-i J.,
OlaaSuCo Lti pi up
Paauhau Su. Plirt Co
Pacific Sugar Mill, . .
Pala Planta'JonCo .. .
Pp ptekto Si c r Co . .
Pioneer Mill Co. . .
Walmta Mhl Co
Wilder SttamihlD Cn
Inter-lilanJ Steam N.Co
Hawaiian electric Co
Hon. RarlJ T & L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
OahuRy&L Co .
Hawaiian Gov t per cent
HiloR RCo 6 per cent
Hon RaplJ Transit
Ewa Pi a nut n 6 per cent
uanu kkllo per c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c .
una I'liniauon o p. c
Walatua Agrlcul. 6p c
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Just received, ranging
in prlccH from $1.00 to
S7.BO per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Stall
New ork. Juw 10 Tho possible
restoration of Wilbur K Wakeman to
tho place of AppiaUer of Die Port on
account of the developments In con
nection with the Japaneso silk cases
and tho nrrest of Uoscuthal anl Colin,
charged with fraud, interested ,Vake-
man s acquaintances tonight. It wns
reported that tho .Merchants' Associa
tion, baiked by thu American Protect
ive Tariff League, would take the ini
tiative In asking the President to re
store Wakeman to his old place.
Albert Gallatin Riddle, the well
known law) or and author, who has
Just l'ed in Washington. I). C, while
in the House of Kepresentatites, was
the first man to advocate tho arming
of tho slaves and the abolition pf slav
ery In the District of Oqlumbla.
I'rluce Hernadottc herond son ol
ho King of Sweden, Is a deeply rellg
Imis man. lie is president of the
Young -Men's Christian Association of
Sweden, the chairman of n missionary
society, and of many like Institutions
Ho frequently preaches.
Mrs Maigaret Anne Neove. of St.
Pierre Port. Guernsey, ono of Hng-
land's beautiful channel Islands, wis
horn -May 18, 1792, and is still well
An order for 400,000 fairy lamp for
inrouatlon Illuminations in London
has Just been received by a Winning
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and moro peoplo aro realiz
ing that thoy can get better work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Each department in charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dentists of the best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
or dental oftlco In tho city; wo have
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and ln fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to dato.
We can 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
Silver Fillings .50
We couldn't tell all about the
excellent varnishes at once.
Each week we have been telling
you about one or two kinds.
Come to the store nnd we can, ln
a few minutes, show joii moro
than wo could tell about In a
mouth here and do tt much more
satisfactorily, too. We carry all
tne best and a stock ot cueape
varnishes as well.
t.m.aml ma .
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANQtC.
Orders for the purchase or salt oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ung
wsld Bldg. Poitofflce box 390; Tl
phone Main 831.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
I Bond Brokers
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAfc
921 Fort Street
i TEL. MAIN 133.
Still injthe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is piepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will be pleased
to see all ot his old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other Bhop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
M. P. BERTELJVlAINgl
IS - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance 01
King street Orders left at either sier
or office at John Nott'a store, Klai
stret. will rnceive prompt aWontlnr
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. 0. Box E53; Tc) Blue 711; Room
e, Sprecke's Bulldlu.
! P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
1 Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
I E. W. JORDAN I
m A 1 1. LstokTTn b.
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4, ICIIlo Building, Hotel Street.
Ladlei In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. ra. to C p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
bus Jimt received ex. -
"ALAMEDA" a full line 3
ot the celebrated -
I corsets I
Also a big choice In tho
I "PING PONG" GAME
sjfc- Come enrly and save t
- bclnd dUnppotnted.
No 10 Store
Fort Street 3