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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
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A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Oup Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Direct from the Factory
A FULL LINO OP
MANUFACTURED ON OUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS
THESE RIGS ARE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR USE IN
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.,
. AT OUR
A call at our delicacy counter will bo a pleasure. You will sco
the advantages offered by a largo firm t ho variety, tho excellence,
thn choice goods wo handle, and our manner of selling them. Hero
nro a few Hems picked from th counter.
Spiced Anchovies, Spiced Sardcllc. Corvelat Wurst, Mctt Wurst,
Salami, Frommage do Brie, all fancy Cream Cheese Swiss Cheese,
German Hand Kase, Ltmburgor, Edam and Hockfort Cheese, fresh
Horso Radish, Smoked Herring and Bloaters.
Crystal Spring Butter
Telephone Main 45.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
M. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1903.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocenco I pur
chased In Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and ono
of threo things must occur:
1. You roust Btop 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".
Your pickles are my Nemesis. Please,
dear sirs, quete them by tlio keg, car
rel, hogshead, ton or shlplnail, nul
"preserve" mo. Yours very truly,
P. S. I want Gherkins, Cauliflower,
Onion, Marynla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango. C. V.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Oeneral bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
AT ST. ANDREW'S CUUEDRAL
Bride Niece of Dr. and Mrs. J. S
McQrcw Costly Presents-Pleasant
Assembly of Friends Wedding
Trip to States.
The marriage of Miss Maud Olllet to
Archibald A. Young In St. Andrew's
Cathedral last evening was one of tho
nrettlest weddlnes of the season. The
timlv nf (tin rhiirnti wna u.nll fltloil liv '
the friends of the popular couple from
the society circles of the city. Quests
were conducted to their scats by J.
Tnrn McQrew, K. W Shingle, William
Williamson and It. E. Wright.
The bridal party entered the church
promptly at 8 30, the full surptlced
choir rendering the appropriate
"Faithful and True" as tho bride, pre
ceded by her sister "Ilea Alice Olllet us
maid of frbnor inarched up tho main
aisle leaning on the arm of the vener
able Dr. McUrcw. Miss Olllet and her
sister were cry prettily gowned. At
the chancel the bride was met by Mr.
Young, attended by D. Griggs Holt as
best man. The Rev. Alexander Mack
intosh then rtad the Impressive Upls
copal marriage Ben Ice. Following the
usunl responses the wedding ring was
bestowed upon the bride and the cou
ple proceeded to tne altar, where they
were pronolinced man and wife.
After leaving the church Mr. and
Mrs. Young went to the homo of Or.
and ."rs. J. S. McUrew, accompanied
by a few friends and relatives. Re
freshments were served, consratuln.
tlons extended and toasts offered for
happiness of the benedict and his fair
Tho presents displayed In ono of tho
large rooms of the McGrcw home wero
abundant nnd costly. Among tho most
striking pieces were n magnificent cut
glass punchbowl with glasses gleii
the bride by Mr. Young's bachelur
friends, nnd a solid sliver tea set fioni
Mr. Youngs father and mother. It
was n Into hour when thu homo party
broke up nnd tho brldo nnd groom do
parted followed by the tiBiial showers
of rice with hall stones or old shoe.
Among those present at the home
reception were Hon. nnd Mrs. Alexan
der Young, Hon. and Mrs. S. M. Da
mon, Mr. nnd Mrs. von Hanini, Dr. and
.Mrs. Anderson. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M.
Graham. Dr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Cooper.
Mr. and .Mrs. S. E. Damon, Miss Nellie
White, Sirs. Annls Montague Turner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Uabbltt. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Maci'nrlane, Itcv. and Mr.
Alexander Mackintosh, Mr. Campbell.
Mrs. II. M. on Holt. Theodore Wores.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Young lenve on tho
China for a bridal tour through tlto
There Is not a popular brand
of toilet soap wo do not enrry.
Here are a few of tho many dif
Full line of Colgate's Perfum
ed Soaps, Cutlcura 8oap, Pear's
both scented nhd 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
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Derrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
Tho place to get pure Kona coffeo Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Word rame by yesterday's steamer
that Iter W. II. 8allman, scheduled
for the presidency of Oahti College,
will not come to Honolulu, ho havlug
accepted a position In a Minnesota Col
The big Chinese gambling case came
up for trial In the I'ollco Court this
forenoon. Seven of tho number
pleaded guilty but the other S9 pleaded
not guilty and, tho attorney for the
defense asking for further time, all the
cases went over until tomorrow fore
noon. The commencement exercises of tho
Honolulu nigh School will take placo
tomorrow. Following will Ce tho
graduates: Miss Marie lllanclio Mul
len, Miss Abblo Marlon Dow, Alfred
Dykes Cooper, Clarence Jennings Pe
terson, James Derwent Kennedy and
Kongo Kawnsakl. Partial course-
Miss Margaret Montague Cooko and
There was to havo been a meeting
of the Third Precinct Club of tho
Fourth District In Nuuanu valley fast
evening, but for some reason or other
the voters did not show up and It bo
came necessary on account on the lack
of enough men to carry on the work,
to postpone the nomination of officers
until tonight Every voter of tho pre
cinct Is expected to turn out.
Hunlsuc. the Japanese charged with
an attempt at rape on Taml, had his
cose nolle pros'd In the Police Court
today. Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
stated that he believed the case to havo
been brought nbout as a retaliatory
measure because the other day Hunlsue
caused the arrest of the four Japanese
who had put up the woman Taml to
act In this last matter.
A grand concert will be given by the
unarlty Army MlBsllon of Kauluwrla
In tho Kauluwela Kindergarten Satur
day, June 21, at S p. m., under the lead
ership of Itcv Samuel K. Knmakala.
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I-u.n vwi.v.w ni,, ,,c 111 lit VIIU.U1V U, tk
benefit for the Charity Army Mission.
One of the features of the program will
bo a cornet solo by Mr. Kamakala.
Tickets may be had of members of tlm
mission or at the door.
Hop Kcc. a Chinese shopkeeper, np
pearid In the Police Court this fore-
' noon on the charge of selling tobacco
I without n license J. Ilatchelor In
spector of Licenses, had been after the
1 Chinaman on several occasions and tho
fellow had alvva)s put him off and re
fused to net. Consequently, n penal
summons was Issued the other day and
I Kcc Immediately went up after a II-
. cense. This he showed to the court this
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smug
gler Whaley and the yacht Halcyon.
A FIRST CLASS SHOW
The Orpheum offered a practically
entire ennnge of program last ev-nlng,
giving an entertainment that has uov
er been excelled In Honolulu even by
those past masters of vaudeville Intro
duced by Lee nnd Illnl in tho World's
ine changes Introduced were tinusu
ally clover, Coglll and Arlen In partic
ular staging a sketch that was original
both In ploi nnd dialogue, action and
Coglll separately engulfed his nu
dlence In laughter with a fresh budget
of songs, Malo Arlea appearing to es
pecial advantage In a skipping rope
dance and other specialties.
The newly Introduced team of the
Warsaw Brothers achieved the hit last
evening. The team is a muslcnl ono
with the reputation, fully lived up to
last night, of plailng on ovcr musical
Instrument known to modern orches
tration, nut merely with tho capacity
of one or more airs, hut with tho abil
ity of musters. Last night the'saxo
phone, piano, mandolin, guitar nnd an
Instrument, the name of which tho
critic wots not of. but which looks like
nn earthly edition of Gabriel's Horn,
demonstrated the ability of tho broth
ers s artists oi tho first rank. They
added to this much amusing evidence
of their right to be called comedians.
Cnston gave n great exhibition i-f
dancing last night to nn excellent pi
nno accompaniment and had throj
brand new songs.
Lena Harvey brought Into local fa
vor several pretty ballads, Aqulnnlrin
vnrlec, her clever performance, as did
Delia lioss and Adnllna Sarlnn.
Throughout tho program Is worthy of
big patronage. Nothing better has
been seen here.
morning but, as dates do not He, Judge
Wilcox found Hop Kee guilty and
fined him $10 and costs.
Kaaona, ono of the oldest drivers for
tho Union Feed Company, appeared In
tho Pollco Court this forenoon on thu
charge of larceny In the second degree
by stealing oats, bran, barley and
corn, tho value of the whole amounting
to $83.55. Defendant waived examina
tion and was committed to the Circuit
Court for trial. The friends of Kaaona
do not believe that there has been any
Intentional theft on the part of the na
tive, for he has ever been one of tho
very best and hardest-worlclng 1I
wallnni In the community, and has the
respect of all who know him'' on or
count of bis exemplary conduct.
A letter from Delegate Hobert WII
cox was received by one of the proml
nent Homo Holers In ycstcrda s
steamer In it Hawaii's representa
tive Hintrs that liu will be back In Ho
nolulii on the 27th Inst
One of tho principal points In tho
letter was tho statement that the wil
ter wuh of the opinion the Kohnbt
Ditch hill would go through and b
passed l.y Congress, notwithstanding
the efforts made by Dole atiu "lis fol
lowers against tho mensure
Mr Wilcox also advised the Home
Hitlers to get together here and pre
pare for active work upon his return
to the city fur It was Tils Intention to
start out very soon on n canvass of tho
Islnnds to test the strength of the
II NEW 8L00P
Within a week or ten dajs a new
(.loop will be launched which will prob
nbly go Into the Island trade. The new
boat to be known as The Kaglo Is the
result of four months' work by Frank
Fisher, a practical boat builder who
has been it t work on her on and oft on
Queen street near Richards.
The new boat Is 33 feet over all, 10
feet 10 Inches wide with a mean draft
of about three feet, She Is of tho centre-board
type and will carry about
twelve tons of freight.
The Eagle will have a very large
spread of canvas and curry besides the
regulation sails a snuare sail for run
ning, She Ib to bo entered In tho
! Fourth of July races If there nro any
I and her builder clulms she will give
the crack yachts u hard rub In u fair
GARDEN ISLE ALSO
(Continued from page 1.)
DURABLE and ACCURATE
jc The Keystone Watch Cjso Co.
,.,l.,-,. i Phihmiphii.u.S A
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
Kor snlo by
Tlio Principal Yatch
CC ... .
cd that n very Interesting scries of
games could be ananged for the sea
son. Another big event was tho tug-of-war
between a team of tlve men from
K0I0.1 und another from Wnlmea. They
pulled according to tho old stjlc, every
man standing A number of races were
lepresented on the teams but the Kolo.i
aggregation hui7lhe best mixture and
had thu Wulmea fellows coming their
A novelty was Introduced In the
shape of seven big Porto Itlcnns pull
ing agaliiKt one native mounted on a
smnll Hawaiian pony The pony com
bination won tlneo out of live pulls
and carried ort the money prize. Tho
native boasted that he could pull seven
more Porto Hlcuns added to the ori
The one hundied and the fifty ards
clashes were both won b Henry Shel
don of this city, who is at present visit
ing his futher on the Uardcn Isle.
There wero other sports such as put
ting the shot. Jumping and tho like
nnd the day was topped off by a big
luau given In the courthoiibe ami to
which everybody was Invited, It be
ing S'turday night, everjbody went
and a jolly time was bad.
All the events of the day were In the
hands of a committee of Koloa citizens
and all the money was put up by Ko
loa people. The day's entertainment
was one of the best Kauai has ever had
and the success scored reflects great
credit on the citizens upon whoso
shoulders all tho responsibility rested
On tho Fourth of July there will bo
n number of horse ruces at Kealla nnd
that town will do its bent to outshine
the 11th of Juno celebration given ut
Captain Orren A Hamblett of Wash
ington, has purchased tho Historic Sam
uel Wilson liouso at Mason, N. II., tlm
home of tho original "Uncle Sam."
TWO POSITIVE WINNERS
lor the summer neiiHon.
New In every fentnre.
Neat. Hnnppy, nnd full of comfort
Chrome kid, patent tip,
welt Hole, Cuban heel.
No. 69. "MONARCH" $3.00
Pull value and popular In price.
There Is no shoe, offered today, of equal value.
at the price.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia,
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, f I
Offices Stangenwald Bld, Ms
chant Street. Tel. Main MS.
HONOLULU aTOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE 19, 1002
Easy to Buy
We sell them on easy
payments, A little money
down nnd small weekly
payments soon pajs for
one. You have the use oi
It while being paid for
Tho "Yukon" Is tho best
refrigerator made. Pre
serves the food best with
tho least Ice. Made of
thoroughly Ulln dried
wood, with movable
Bhclvcs and flues, some
with enamel lining,
All sizes and prices
from $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Ants do, it given the Antollne 1
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry AntoIIno Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
NAME OF STOCK gj ? Bti U.k
C. Drtwtr ft Content?, t.ooexac too .
n.s sictii)a.co,iM 6oco too 7,
LB. Ktrr k Co,, Hi... oo ooo P
ft Plantation Co ,. s,eoo,ooo ti , .,
HtwitlioActlculturtlCo t.oro.ooo too,,,,,, f?a
HawftHiBCotB.&Sa Co Mit.fjo too ,.,,,.
HtwtlUn Sor" Co .. i.ooojoo m f.Lf
Hoaona Sac" Co ... tso.ooo too ,,,. M
HoaokiftSagir Co.,,. ooo.oo to , ...
Hitka Suttr C, . joo.ooo too ,,
YabQkn puntttfoa Co. 100,009 w 94
Ktbtl Plant Co .LH,,.., i,oy,orw $0 ,,,,,, ,.
Clpahulu Suffar Co 160,000 toe,, ,,. ,,
Koloa Sugar Co yxooo too,, ,,, pi
McBrydSaCo.(Ld.,, i.tao.eo to .1;
0ba Sarar Co , 1,600,00) too lj a,L
Ononta Sugar Co i.ooo.oot o ...
Ookala Surar Plan, Co v 000 to g
Olaa Su. Co., Ltd , at K,ouo ao iK ,
OlaaSu Co Ltd pi up J t $00,000 tc ,,,
Olowalu Company t $0,000 100
Paauhau Su, Plan Co 5,000,000 50
Pacific Sutr Mill, . $0000 too ,.,,., xt9
Pala Plantation Co , tjo.ooo too t
PrkeoSt tt Co tjo.ooo loo ' 4
Pioneer Mill Co. 1,750.000 toe,,,,,
Walatua Agri Co j.ioo.ooo too ,.
WaltukuSurarCo , roo.ooo too ,jj
WalmanaloSuffar Co ajt.ooo too 153
Wilmc Mill Co ttf.ooo ir
Wilder Slamhtp Co oa.ono too
Inttr-I.land Steam NCr " JJ "' "
Hawaiian L-lecirlc Co 5ooS tec . .' tJO
Hon.RapldT&LCo 52 E ' J
Mutual teterhone Co ,0 l0 .,
OahuRy&UCo. . t,ouoooo too "
Hawaiian Gov per cent ..
H1I0K RCo 6 per cem 104
Hon Rapid Tran.ll '
Ewa Plantat n 6percem . ... ,'
Oahu R & L Co per c te
Oahu Plantation Ape ..
Olaa Plantation p, c
Walalua Agrlcul. 6 p c ... .... ..
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Just received, running
In prlccH from 81.00 to
$7.00 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Sim!
New York Dental
Thu high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and moro peoplo aro realiz
ing that they cau get bettor work and
lower prices than auywbero else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentlBts oi the bcst-recognlzed schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to -date.
Wo can savo you money on your den
tal work. We will tell ou In advanco
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4, i:ilto nulldlng, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m,
SundajB, 9 a. tn. j 12 ra.
We couldn't tell all about the
excellent varnishes at once.
Kach week we have been telling
you about one or two kinds.
Come to the store and we can, tn
a few minutes, show you moro
than wo could tell about In a
mouth here nnd do It much more
satisfactorily, too. Wo carry all
the best and a stock of cheaper
varnishes as well,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for tho purchase or sal oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated ,
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngtn.
wald Bldg. Postofflce box S90; Tlt
phone Main 3S1.
Halstead & Co,, Ltd
; Stock and
; Bond Brokers
MONEY ADVANCED ON 6UGAU
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Still in the Field A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
E. C. ROWB REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
has started In business again now at
350 KINO STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGINQ
In all Its branches, and will bo pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as woll
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING 8T.
P. O. BOX 293.
H. F BERTELMA1VS
16 - MOVED
To rear of old situd. Entrance
Kin street, Ordera left at either saoi
or office at John Notfa afore. Kin
street, will receive nromot atnt
403 Jucld Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Tel Blue 791; Room
a, Sprecko's Bulldh,f.
! P. H. Burnette
, Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter,
i Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
I E. W. JORDAN 1
linn Jut received ex. C
jf5 "ALAMEDA" a full lino 2
ot the celebrated j
Also a tilfi choice In tho
I "PING PONG" GAME
fc; Came early nnd stivo
SF" being dlHiippolnted.
g No 10 Store 3
r Fort Street 3