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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction olf 25 per cent
See Oup Window Dluplny.
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.,
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
whore sTfe gels that good butter, and
It It really Is Rood, the chances arc 10
to 1 that it Is
crystal spring butter
This butter Is pure, sweet aid fresh. Creates an appetite and Is
better than any tonic made. We send It out In neat pasteboard car
tons. Tho price per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co.
M. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 2S7. 176-180 KING STREET.
Two persons Jor Jen days
Three persons (or'ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons (or ten days
Ask (or them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
Ooneral bookbinding, ruling, gliding
embossing, maps, charts and artlstlr
printing at the HVKN1NQ liULL-UTlr
Make them yourself. You can havo
the most healthful and delicious drinks
on hand always, by having fruit flavor
ings. Very llttlo trouble and much
comfort during tin- warm weather.
Hero are all the most popular flavor
ings: Welsh's' Grape Juice ,
Monserrat Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar 3 sizes
Hire's Root Beer
H. MAY& CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smug,
jler Whaley and the yacht Halcyon.
Pushed From Steamer's Rail to Fall
Face Foremost Among Frightened
Cattle In the Water
Cnp;a'n Dower of the steamer Kalit
lanl experienced a remarkably narrow
escape from ftarful Injury, if not -n
awful death, when his vessel was -t
Knwnlh.it' yesterday morning. As it
Ik, the captain carries a bandage over
tils right eye, the tire of which ho
Tho Kalulanl, which arrived from
Hawaii ports this morning, called nt
Kawalhae yestcrdny to take on somo
cattle for this port. Tno vessel was
lying at anchor and thu cattle were
being brought out to tho steamer In
thr usual way. their heudB raised out
ii' the water and their lfCrns support.
Ing them on either side of whalcboats.
Captain Dower was on tho forward
deck of the Knlulanl at tho time of the
accident, superintending the fastening
of cattle to the rail ns they were hoist
ed from the water on board. He wns
rented on the roll when ono of tho al
ready tied beasts beenmo fractious
and nttempted to use his horns on tho
cnptnln. In this the animal failed, but
succeeded In giving the captain a vlo.
lnt thrust with his nose, so that the
taptaln wns toppled overboard.
Uelow. In the wntcr were a lot of
cuttle nlongslde n boat which wns
waiting to be relieved of Its charges.
The captain, unable to save himself,
was precipitated on to the heads i f
tho beasts, falling with his fate on
tho iiftiirnci horn of ono of the cattle
At llrst the crew ol tho Knlulanl
thought It was nil up with their mns
ter b;i' p-"cently le re si tc the sm
face, after having sun's ; Iter eontnet
wl'h the sharp .horn ot tie steer. Ills
fucu tins bleeding profusely as he was
PKdftcd to the deck of the steamer,
and It was Inund that the horn bad In
flicted nn ugly gash over tho right eyu
and cots on the dok- and cheek-bone.
Ily the best of good luck, the eye
Itself was not Injured. It seems that
the blow was u glnnclng one; other
wise the eyo must have been gouged
out by the steer's horn, If, Indeed, tho
brain had not b(cn penetrated ami
Captain Dower refused mcdlcnl as
sistance nnd. after washing aud ban-
'daglng his face, resumed his duties as
master of the vestel. All who witness
ed the accident consider thu captain's
escape nothing short of miraculous.
Upon the arrival ot the Knlulanl this
murnlng she went to the Ewa end i
the harbor to discharge her sixty-five
head of cattle. One of tho animals got
loose on the forward deck und created
a llttlo excitement for a shor Int., Tho Uncd s(atcg rh Comm88,on
He climbed up on the forecastle bead ltramilllp AUm,rosa. CaDtttln ThomnSi
and med ate, a plunge overboard. j8aIIc , on a ,,, , ff n
His consideration saved him n bath. ',,,, f ..,,, ,
for one of the deck-hands caught the
line attached to his horns and held on.
This served to chnngo tho course ot
the beast and he again descended to
the deck, to he caught after somo ma
neuvering. Sixty-two hundred bags of sugar
were brought by the Kalulnnl.
On Tuesday the steamer Heleno wns
nt Hnnomil. Hllo was left by the
Kalulnnl on Mondny. Purser Ji-r1-)'
nirmlnghnm of the steamer Hnwnli
was In the hospital nt Hllo, suffering
with n dlscnsr of the eye.
WAS II THE
CHINA M4Y HAVE
SIGHTED HER TODAY
Four-Master Seen this Morning Head
ing North-West Seemed to be
Nobody on Her
When tho Pacific Mnil stenmslup
China docked at tho chunnel wharf at
1:30 o'clock this ufternooii from Oil
intal ports a grout dual of excitement
wns created by the leport that she had
sighted thu llrltlsh ship Kannle Kerr,
wnlch was ubunduncd on May 2Uth
jhoui butcu or eight Imuilicd miles ,o
the northwest u. Kauai. It was said
Hint the Kuunle Kerr wns seen ubout
i o cluck this illuming, with most of
ucr sails set, heudlng to the northwest.
Captain l'rlele, when asked us to
whether thu ubnnduued vessel had
been sighed, Mild ihut a four masted
ship was pasted early litis morning
hut thut ho was not prepared to say
what she was. He hud not been on
deck at thu tlin.
Thu third otflter and two quarter
inaMers saw tho vessel. They wore
unable to make out her name, The
quartcriunstt-is remarked at thu time
that there did not seem to be anybody
on her decks. Sho -vas on tho win)
und was carrying her topsails, main-
mil, foresail utid Ji'is. No colors were
flying. This wus considered peculiar,
us a vessel generally shows her colors
when passing another. It wus also ro-
marked that It ra strungo that she
was nut carrying her tup-gallant suits
nnd royals In such favorable weather.
When the rnnnl" Kerr was describe''
to those who sighted tho four-master
this morning they weio )f tho opinion
that the vessel must have been thu
Tho steamer Nllhiiu. however, while
coming from iXniial lust ulglil, lepnrtf
having sighted a four-mnsted ship
heading about northwest.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. llerrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
The band will be back from Kauai
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day a grocery.
The Masons of the Island of Kauai
pre soon to give it hlg banquet In LI
There Is a small house for rent on
l.ltlha street, near School. Sec New
One generous coat of I'EERI.ESS
PRESERVING l'AINT equals three ol
Officer Apana having returned to Ho
nolulu, tho rounding up of unlicensed
dogs has again started up.
A package of manuscript has been
lost. Reward If returned to this ofllce.
See Lost column on page 8.
Judgo Humphreys approved tho ac
counts of Frank E. Thompson, admin
istrator of the estate 5f James .',
Mrs. E. M. Nakulna, Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Rights, was
still hearing the Palolo valley water
controversy this morning, for the fifth
Judge Hear this morning heard thu
foreclosure suit for f"u,0i of Gustavo
Kunst vs. W. 11. Pain ct ol., and prom
Ised a decision this afternoon, ft In
volves two-thirds ot tho Island of La-
The Oahu Lumber nnd Building
Company has brought an Injunction
stilt against the Itrm of T. Horltn, tJ
prevent disposal of property until a
claim of plaintiff for (119.13 Is satl?
If the weather permits, i'rof. Leon
ard, the aeronauts will make an ascen
sion nnd parnchuto drop tomorrow af
ternoon at 5 o'clock from the lot oppo
site the Hawnllnn Hotel on Hotel nnd
The league baseball games for to
morrow afternoon on the Oahu College
campus will he between the Malic
Itlma nnd Custom House teams und the
I'unnhoii nnd Knmehnmehn tennis. It
Is understood that Jim (ionium will
pitch n part of the game for the Custom
Antono Corren. the young Portuguese
arrested yesterday on the charge ot
malicious Injury by ninlmlng u horse
belonging to the Washington Mer
cantile Co., nppenred In the Police
Court this forennoon. He wns repre
sented by Attorney Kellett. The easo
went over until Monday.
Wm. Pangelly. charged with assnult
with a weapon on T. II. Duncan somo
wcekB ago. appeared ngnln In the Po-
Ilcc Court this forenoon nnd this time.
I wnlvcd examination on the advice ot
I his attorney, S. V. Chllllngworth. The
j defendnnt was accordingly committed
I to the Circuit Court for trial .
I The members oT tho Young People s
Society of tho Christian Church will
gather at the corner of Hackfeld anit
Lunalllo streets this evening for n
moonlight tramp which will Include
Punchbowl .and vicinity nnd terminate
at tho pastor's house, "wficro further
ments served. Tho start will be made
about S o'clock. She was in port but
llttlo over a day to receive and send
dispatches. Sho Is expected back on
the 2."th Instant and will then remain
In port until July 1st.
Thero has been posted In a prominent
place nt the head of the llrst flight of
stairs leading to the Police Court. In
the police station building, a notice to
the effect thnt cases of commits! to the
Insane nsyluni will be heard on curb
week day. except Saturday, from 2 to
3 p. m. On Saturdny. the hours will be
from 10 a. m. to 12 m.
rs p-h Pa r ra r ps ra m ? s r s m
schooner, probably the James Rolpu
lrom Mak.iwell for Snn Francisco.
The Chlnn was sighted off Rarber'i"
Point nt 9:40 this morning. She
Shu showed lights.
The Nllbau also saw a four-masted
hlng8 519 tons of freight und 437 Japan
ese for Honolulu.
Shu sails for San Francisco tomorrow
Fair weather was experienced on the
voyngo fiom the Orient. The China left
Yokohama on the 11th Inst. Among
tho passengers is Mrs. J-me L, Stan
ford, maid and vnlet. Stopovers un
Henri Jarr, Sidney Morgan and Miss
Following Is a list of through passen
geis: E. Achilles Jerome Alexandre,
M. O. Rally. J. C. Ilnllngh, Miss Ilertlm
llerner, Mrs. A. Chrlateion. .Miss A. M.
Chrlsteson, Lieut. W. II. Clifford. II.
Dalchow, A. A. Ebruhlm, II. II. Frlkkl.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I". Gilbert. K II. Grunt.
James Hamilton, Dr. Huitlgun. Mrs.
Hnrtignn. Miss Hurtlgnn. T. Hashimoto
P. M. T. Hill. Mis. Geo. II. Jones und
child, Miss MnrguPt Jones, Mis. C. W.
Kennedy. Dr. Y. Klshlmoto, II. Knlp
plng. P. II. Lalcaca. Rev. (1. M. Meach
urn. MiiKter C. McAlplne. Mr. aud .Mis.
Nathan Mess Miss Minnie Mess, J. P.
Rodlur, S. Sato, Mrs. J. .. Stanford,
inuld und valet, dipt. Wakelleld .lames
Wnlsh, Cnpt. Wnymouth. Mlsa Wong
The ninety-five Chinamen caught la
n, gamming den on Hotel street, near
Muunukca tho other d,iy, appeared fur
trial in the Police Court today, Attor.
n ey llrooks appearing for the defensti
nnd Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth for
Thero was a very weak defense and
the long and short ol It was thut seven
men pleaded guilty, four had their
cases nolle pros'd and one man whs
fined (100 and $1 costs nnd the remnlnd
er were found guilt and, together
wltli the seven who had pleaded guilty,
were lined $5 und $1 costs each. Till
foots up a nent little su roof CI I for
The Chlnuinen did not offer to appeal
their cases but stepped around to th
deputy sheriff's ofllce and paid their
money llko llttlo men. Akiinn. the Chi
naman who wus fined (100 and costs,
wns the man who run the gambling
TWO POSITIVE WINNERS
for the summer season.
New In every featnre.
Nent. Hnnppy, and full of comfort
No. 69, "MONARCH" $3.00
Full value nnd popular In price.
There Is no shoe, offered today, of cnjual value.
at the price.
Easy to Buy
Wo sell them on easy
payments. A llttlo money
down nnd Bmall weekly
payments soon pays for
one. Yini hnvo the 110 ot
It while being paid for.
The "Yukon" Is the best
refrigerator made. Pre
serves tho food best with
tho least Ice. Maito of
thoroughly kiln dried
wood. w 1 1 h movnblc
shelves and fines, Borne
with enamel lining.
All sizes and prices
from $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
and . . .
TOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Just received, running
In prices from $1.00 to
$7.00 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
IS6 Hotel Street
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors ovcry
day counts and more people are realiz
ing that thoy can get better work nnd
lower prices than anywhero elso.
Each department In charge of a spo
lallst and our operators nro graduate
dentists oi tho bcst-recognlzed schools
the U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo havo
10 best plato workers, crown and
brldca sncclallsts. nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
Wo can savo you raonoy on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In ndvanco
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
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
storlllzed beforo use,
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, KHlo Ilulldlng, Hotel StreeL
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. in.
Sundays, 9 i. m, I) 11' m.
I ,1 Y l..l-f'ivlir
Chrome kid, patent tip,
welt sole, Cuban heel.
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It ts not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
We couldn't tell all about the
excellent varnishes nt once.
Kaeh week we have been telling
you about one or two kinds.
Come to the store and we can. In
a few minutes, show you more
than we cotnd tell nbout In a
mouth here and do It much more
satisfactorily, too. Wo carry all
the best and a stock of cheaper
varnishes as weft.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Still injlie Field
E. C. ROWB
has started in business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho ts prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its ('ranches, and will be pleased
to sec all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. 0. BOX 293.
II. F BERTELiVLAJN'S
IS - MOVED
To rear of old und. Kntrancs o.
Kin street Orders left at either sso.
or office at John Nott'a etore, Klai
street, will recflvs prompt attnMn-
I E. W. JORDAN I
lins JuHt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of tho celebrated
Alrto a big choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Come curly nnd hiivo
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
I AGENTS FOfl
I FIHE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphte
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f T.
Offices Stangenwald lldf.. Me
chant Street. Tel, bi&ln 1(1,
HONOLULU aTOCK OXCHANOE
Honolulu, JUNE 20, tool
NAME OF STOCK I fr'A", If ?
BUI A AW
!C. Brtwtr It Coacinr. ,
L.B. Ktrr&Co,, Ltd..
B a PlantAtion Co . . . .
niwaiiaBi.0B.at su 10.
Hawaiian Sutar Co .
Motion u Sutar Co ....
Hofiohaa Surr Co
Cabulni Plantation Co..
Ktpahulu Sutar Co
Coloa Sutar Co
Ofaii Sugar Co
Ookala Sttar Plan. Co.
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltd., aa)
Olowalu Company ,
Paauhau Su, Plan Co.
Pali PlJirtt'lon Co . . .
Vtprtkto Si (ir Co ..
Plonw Mill Co.
Walatua Agri Co
Wilier SttamhlB Cr.
Intf-Itlan4 Steam N. Co
Hawaiian Liecmc (.0 ..
Hon. kaflj T. & L Co
Motuat Tftff hofit Co.
Oahu Hr & L. Co
1 40,000 1
Hawaiian Oov t pr cent
Mil A u l L ... ....
Hon Parli Transit
Ewa Plantat'n 6 recent
Oahu k At L Co ftrc
OlK.I I)laHlatln A m
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
waiaiua akdcui. o p. c.
Sales W Hawaiian Sugar 2Z;
I FINANCIAL AGENT.
1 STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for tho purchase or tale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and promyt
ly executed. Loans negotiated ,
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen.
wild Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tile
phone Main 331.
.Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAfc
'921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.,
Fred. L. Waldron
! P. O. Dox 653; Tc) Bluo 71; Room
, Sprccke's DulldfLf.
P. H. Burnette
i Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Strret, Honolulu.
Fort Street 3