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r.vnwiNo bulletin. Honolulu, h t., fuiday. june 20 1902.
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Are you prepared for the sport? Wo
have made ready to BUpply your needs
by Importing thousands of the hest
cartridges and an elegant stock ot
PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOT
GUNS, for which guns wo are, sole
We have cheaper guns than these
also, the prices ranijing from $7X10 to
$150. If ou don't want to buy a gun
we have them for rent, as well
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort f King Bta.
Schools Closing For
The Summer Vacation
The public kcIhmiIh dosed todu lor motives saving that sometimes lhe
the smmnei vacation The High
School exercises take place thin inmii-
At Oahu College.
At O.ihu College last evening 3'
given the commencement loniurt un
der the direction nf Professor llallnso
yus The concert fiegan at S p m Iu
eluded In the program were the follow
lng selections ' CorlolatiilH on two
pianos, with Miss Summon and Mltm
Horner at one and Prof lliillnscyiip
and A Ilobliison at the other, ocal
solo, (lllchrlsl "The Dawn Is Ilreak
lng O'i r Us b Miss Sarah l.jiiun
Mohrlng's ' Legends l a oenl quar
tct. piano solo Hurts 'The Vnlso a I
Tjmlknnv b .Miss Edna Homer
violin solo li Joseph Docker
A ladles chorus Bank Kings "Wan
tiering Wow-lets.' ami Miss Dagmar
Soreuson ,ave Liszt s ' l.a Hegntta V
nozlana on the piano Miss Flore lire
Hill's Interpretation of Itosslnl's "Una
Voce Toco Fa" was most excellent and
It seemed to be tho opinion of those
present that her performance was bj
far tho wry best of the ew-nlng
A violin quTirtet was lollowed b the
'Dance Macabre," b) Saint Sams, per
formed on the piano b Prof Bnllaso
iib and Miss Lmun. Ileforo plajlnj
Prof Ilallasejus explained to the a.i
dltnce the motif of tho composition
A chorus selection from "Elijah"
("Ho Is Watching Over Israel"), tlos
ed the tcnlng's entertainment.
The closing exercises of Mills Insti
tute took place last evening at the as
sembly hall on Chaplain lane. The
place was decorated with red flowers
and greens to represent the colors of
the school. The students, sixty in
number occupied seats at one side cf
the hall, all of them being dad In the
neat uniform of the Institute,
The work of the students was erv
well performed Much amusement
was caused by the Chinese boys when
they came outon the stage to do
"coon" songs and dante cako walks.
Six other Chinese lads, dressed is
AmerlcSn Indians, also afforded a lot
of amusement. One of the bays, in
speaking bitterly of the pale faces,
said "I and many of my comrades
have been killed" There was natur
ally much applause.
At the close of the exercises, Rev,
John T.eadlngham, who had chargo of
the program, expressed deep regr"t
that the organizer and head of the In
stitute could not be present. He was
III and Dad been compelled to go else
where to recuperate However, the
latest word from him Was to the effect
that he was growing stronger physical
ly week by week and hoped soon to be
well enough to return to Honolulu
iJTr. T.eadlngham also announced
that Messrs Sturtovant Powers and
Scarle of the Institute faculty had ie
signed and would go back to the Coast
Following Is the complete program
as rendered last night
Chorus .Pupils Mills Institute
Wnrren's Address .. .. Sing lo
The Owl and the Pussy Cat ..
Frogs at School
Living In the Present..
Vocal Solo I. O
Honeysuckle and the Bee
Tin I.lm. Oh Sol
Barbara Freltehlo . Thomas Atau
Une Brook Ah Pul
Who Btolo the Bird's Nest. .Lum Lee
Flute Solo V Armstrong
Indians of tho Past. Six Small Boys
Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg . .
Chorus Pupils Mills Instltu'o
Six young ludy graduates were given
certificates at the graduating exercises
of the Free Kindergarten Tnilnln,;
School yesterday afternoon Thejp
exorcises took place in tho study or the
Henry and Dorothy Castlo ilemurlal
Kindergarten on King street. The ex
erclses were very well attended
Gladys A Aklna was given u first
grado certificate, while, Puug En
Fung, Alice L KeklpI, Arcenln Frunks
Mary TTilllp and Mary Brown wero
awarded certificates of tho Becond
class Mrs C. M IlyUo presented tho
diplomas mid made it brief address as
sho handed each young lady her ro'l
A number of musical seditions wero
givem by tho Kindergarten Training
School and addresses were made ov
Prof. A M Smith of Oahu Collpge and
Miss Frances Lawrence Dr. Smith
spoko of tho kindergarten teachers
took up the work for tin position It of
fcred them sometimes thero was nn
nppurttinlt to make monej and often
times It wiih l rausc thej thought I.
easy woik. .None of these motives
would nppinl to the true Mndcrgnrt
The philosophy of llfp was tho duty
which the teacher found 111 shaping
he child s Ideas It was hpr duty to
lew-lop their relationship to others
This arouses In thp teacher a motive
or the beautiful Dr Smith eoiiclud
d b congratulating the graduates,
lllng t'nem of thp opportunity they
tad In working nnd living In such a
U 11 of action as tho kindergarten
Following is the complete program
f tho exercises
nvocntlon Hiv O 11 Gullek
ong Greeting .. . Mendelssohn
Kindergarten Tialnlng School
Address Dr A M Smith
Song fa) O Beautiful Violet
. Carl Itelnecke
ibl Wanderers Night Song
Klndergoiten Training School.
Address to Graduates ...
Frances Law rem e
Presentation of Ceitlfltatcs .
Mrs C. M Hide
ijong stais the Night Adorning
J B. Wecrlln
Kindergarten Training School
Benediction Bcv. E S. Timotco
High School Tonight.
The commencement exercises of the
Honolulu High School take place In the
school building, Emma stre. above
Beietnnla, at the usual hour this even
ing T17o following program nas hrcn
Chorus Moonlight ....Eaton Fanning
Piano Solo Sparkling Cascade (Ma
zurka Brlllantch.Langton Wil
liams, Op. 125, No. 2
Miss Abblc Dow.
a. Airs ot Summer IloecMI
b. Lullaby Uarnlr
c Drldav of Hardangcr (Swedish
Song) . . Halfdan Kjcrulf
a. Minuet Schubert, Op. "2
b Spanish Dances (Nos z, 4)
Moszkowskl, Op 12
1'rlmo, Mlf-s Anna Tucker.
Secondo, Miss Dals Cooke.
Miss Marie Blanche. Mullen.
Voeul Solo The Rose of Love ..
Miss Emma, Taylor
Address Flev Wm. Morris Klncald
Piano Solo Valse Caprice. Rubinstein
Miss Elsie Smith.
Conferring of Diplomas.
Chorus The Crusaders Plnsuti
Following Is a list of the graduates
.'diss Murle Blanche Mullen Miss Ab
blc Marion Dow, Alfred Dkes Cooper,
Clarence Jennings Peterson, James
Dei went Kennedy. Kongo Kawasaki
Paitlal course Miss Margaret Mon
tugue Cooke, and Lewis King
Justification B Corporate Sureties Is
tho title of directions given Collector
Stackublo by tho Treasury Depart
ment relative to "modified form of Jus
tlftcntlon of corpornto sureties by at
torneys In fact In cases whero buiIi nt
tornejs have no personal acquaintance
with the principal officer or officers ot
tho corporation from whom they de
rive their authority.' Tho letter fol
May 28, 1902.
Sir- Tho Departmmt Is In receipt
of your letter dated the 9tii CTTtrnb,
submitting, for such action as It may
deem proper, a communication from
Mr John A. Matthewman, attorney in
tact for the Pacific Surety Company,
concerning tho legal construction of
tho words "acquainted with," as cm
ployed In the form of justification of
corpornto sureties by attorneys In fact
on customs bonds prescribed In Trcas
n ry decision 22701, dated January 2,
it appears that tho question was
submitted by ou to the United States
attorney lor the district of Hawaii,
and In his opinion transmitted with
your letter It Is stated that It wouSl
follow from the abovo words used In
the form of Justification and the reas
onliig of tho United States attorney,
that the attorney In fact of a corporatu
tiurtty "must ho willing to certify tint
he has personal acquaintance with tho
officer of tho corporation, and has
1 nnwleill'n i-flltiml In nnmii nnllinntl.
, of ,,, 0,ca, cnaraCter."
WOM HOUSE BONDS
GETTING IN SHAPE
(Continued from page 1.)
ready the wise ones are taking not 'a
to guide them In placing bets to good
advantngc, and from the work done l
the Heatanl crews yesterday, their ad
tulrers are breathing muc.i easier.
The long siege of hot weather hat
had a bad effect on the rowers, making
their work appear listless and out lI
joint. Now that the heat has moder
ated and the work Is not so trying, tho
rowers are putting much more snap
and vigor Into It.
Within a week, unless something
goes very wrong, alt four crews
should be In the pink ot condition and
ready to put up two splendid races.
Tickets for the Healanl benefit to
take place at the Opera House on the
ovpnlng ot July 4th nre now on sale,
and It Is thought that thero will bo
no trouble about fllllug the house. Tho
entertainment will consist of a first
part, entirely now, whfch w fit be a rev
elation to the nudlcnce
Some surprises In the Baudot Hid
show line are In preparation and ov
crythlng Is tuning Itself to tho mk
ressftil production of a ery entertain
The club needs tho money and the
members, instead of circulating n sul
scription list, conBiuer that giving
those desirous of helping out, nluo for
their money will do n great deal to.
.vvo.inoii.nuiouorn.sec. Str. James Makee. Tullett for Ka-
The change In the date of tho sho-v!pnn AnnlioTn. Kilauea, Kallhlv.al and
was made at the parnpst request cf Hntinlel. nt ! p m,
most of the members of litith cliibij str. Nllhnu W Thompson, for Pun.v'
wiiii warn io go some place wncro iney ,
ran shout after thp rneps nre over.
v -."? -s v v -tv -a V
Tin nttunip) In fact for tup Pnclllp
Sure-t Conipiny states that with tvvj)
exceptions he doubts If Ihero Is nny
one on the- Islands who Is ppisonally
ncqunlntpil- with both the president
nnd the secretary of said company,
nnd that Inasmuch as a similar coudl
Hon of affairs may lie llkil to ovist
in man) other places where n corpo,--ato
suret) may desire to do business
he suggests that he matter be submit
ted to the Department with a view of
such modification of tho form In ques
tion as will enable such sureties to
transact customs buslncs although
the attorney In fact for the corpora'
tlon may nave no personal acquaint'
ancp with the officers thereof.
In repl) I have to state that In such
exceptional cases where tho attorney
In fnct executing n customs (iond on
behalf of a corporate surety haB no no
tual pi rsonal acquaintance with tho
principal officer or officers fhcrpof,
hut whose knowledge is gleaned from
usual business correspondence and
other authentic Information, tho
words In the nforesald form "he Is ac
quainted with,' and tho words after
the intervening blank space, "and
knows him to be tho," may bp strick
en out and the following words substl'
tilted "He Is Informed and believes
that Is the," nnd nfter
the word "companv" nnd before the
word ' that," In tfie same pari of ths
sentence, the word "and" may be plac
ed, so that the clause will read as fol
lows: "That he Is Informed nnd be-
Uevcs that Is the
of said company, and that the slgna
urc of said subscribed
to said power of attorney, which was
luly filed with the collector of the port
jf on the da of , A,
O , Is In Iho genuine handwriting
of said ," etc.
In this connection, I have to state
that the above modified form was sub
mitted to the Solicitor of the Trtas
ur, and that officer states, in a letter,
addressed to the Department under
date of the 21st InBtant, that he per
ceives no objection to IT? adoption
Respectfully, O. L SPAULDINO,
Collector of Customs, Honolulu H I
Poles about fifty feet high, with plat- Parties of 12 to 1C can obtain busses
forms on top, are being erected In the to and from the Moana Hotel by np
Capitol park for the fireworks on tho plvlng to the Hawaiian Tramways Co.
evening of the Fourth of July fare 25c each way
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Unimual attractive edition
Some peat utorlcn and
valuable Information will be
nrcHcntccl. - - Don't ml
rending the great, story ot
the day about
THE OPIUM CACHE
An Incident In which
SMUGGLER WIIALEY, o?
the YACHT HALCYON, und
two local ainatciiPH figured
--Tone ol opium aboard.
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Weather Bureau Ptiuahou, June 20
Temperature Morning minimum,
72, Midday maximum, 80,
Barometer at 9 a in. 29.93. Steady,
Harnfall 0 00.
Do Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a, m. 71 per cent,
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
20 Weather clear, wind fresh R.
Friday, June 20,
Str. Kaullanl, Dower, from Ililo,
Punatuu Paauhau, Kukalau and Ka-
I walhae, at 7 p. m with C5 head of cat
I tic and G200 bags of BUgar.
Str. Nllhau, W, Thompson, from Ana-
hola, at C:20 a. m, with C230 bags ot.
I Str James Makee, Tullett. from Kl-
lauea, at 8:10 a, m with 2701 bags of
P M. S S, China, Frlele. from the
Orient, at 1 30 p m, with M9 tons of
freight hnd 437 Japanese for Honolulu,
at Channel wharf.
Thursday, June 19.
Str. lwalnnt. Greene, for Analiola,
Ahuklnl and Hanamaiilu.
Str Mlknhala, Gregory, for Mnka
ncll. U. S. F C S S. AlbitroBS, Thomas,
for fishing cruise off Knlal.
From Makawell. Kauai, June 17, Am,
H(hr Jnnu.8 nolph. Olsen for San
Francisco, with SO00 bags of sugar,
uu nnd Honuapo, at 5 p, m.
For Kiiunl, per str. Mlknhala, Juno
19 Mrs A Filler and two children
Mrs F J Dethea nnd child, J. K Za
blnn, (' Yoknam and wife. Ah Choi
J M Steel Cnpt McLcod, Lieut Wil
cox. PASSENGERS BOOKED
For Snn FrMclseo, per P. M S. S.
China sailing tomorrow Edwin I).
Cnmpslc, P T Merlthcw, Agosta Paul,
K W Ancorn. II. Tau, Mrs, J. 11
Aockoff and son, Antnn Faussen, Mr
and Mrs. T S I.lppy, Mrs. E I Banks
and two sons Mrs Peterson E Hoi
comb wife nnd two children Mrs Mary
Costello. Mrs O C. LewlB. Frank J
LewKJ S SpIm'isTe M.
J. Jnsulck. G P Castlo. F. Von Horn
cer, .1 Hunlgsberger, W II Hodg
head. Dr W S. Footer, William H
bmlth Miss Nellie Huntington, C. V
Anthon). E. Anthon C. P Applcgnto
. .. ,, ... ,,,,, ,, .,.. ,
mm 4V ...in. ..iiiiii.it i ii.iuni u
H. Todd, Mrs Roy Chamberlain. Miss
Isabell Kelly John J Sllvn John New
In. Mrs W, II. Rice Miss I) Hnrtweil.
Miss C A. Corten, Miss Mac R. Weir.
Mrs. A II Otis E. A Powers Miss E
I Cnrtw right. Master W Klncald,
Florence R Ynrrow, Mrs George J.
Augui Dora Atwatcr. ,
i i. i,i oi c . ,-in...
John Philip Sousa. c .o "l"tr.
Is writing a history of his bojrboad odj
intures In the form of a novel, which
he expects to finish before his depart-
In trin antitmn fnr hTa I.iirntionn
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m w . w vn - V 9
INJUW 1 li"LIA Y
Special Tramway Service for Evening
of Monday, June 26th,
A special through car will leave tho
Hawaiian Tramways Co.'s Terminus
on Nuuanu avenue at 8 o'clock p. m
Ordinary cars leaving there are ten
and thirty minutes past each hour will
connect with King street cars at tho
corner of King and Nuuanu Btreets.
A special return car will leave tho
Moaua Hotel every half hour from 121
midnight until 2 a. m. The 12 and 1
o'clock cnrB w'lu go through to Nuu-I
ami avenue and the 12:30, 1.30 and 7'
o'clock to town only
Parties of 12 to 10
KING EDWARD VII
Preparations in London tor the Great Historic
Event-Oriental Potentates Invade London The King a
Devout Worshipper At Thanksgiving Service-Presentation
of Sword of City of London-Costly Garments, etc,
Troubles of Peeresses in Keeping Coronets on Heads
King's Golden Robe a Gorgeous Garment-Musical Ritual
of Coronation Service,
Valuable and Interesting Facts Concert
the Importation of Coffee From Brazil and Its
Competition with the
COFFEE GROWN JN HAWAII
ALL THE LATEST NEWS
The price is
15c a yard
the very latest Ideas In
patterns and colorings,
going this week at
15c A YARD
Willi;! TRIED DODOF
The officers who vvcio sent forth
from the Circuit Court room yesterdaj
to re-nrrest Domlngoes Ferrclrn after
he had been dismissed, had quite n lit
tle excitement before they finally got
It seems that Fercrlrn got wind ot
the fact that he was to be arrested and,
upon being freed by the court, ho start
ed away in a hurry and dodged Into
rf '" '"""Wooms on the upper
In tho meantime three officers took
their placs, one on the upper floor,
another nt the foot of the stairs and i
tlilr.l I. .,1,1ml n ,rnrf-M (I,.. . c A TI,a
. " , . . i , .
lost officer was to make tho arrest as
the order was not to make any attempt
to detain Feirelra while In the build
ing. The nllUer uptalrs suspected where
Ferrelra was and wen' to the place
He looked Into ono of the rooms but
the Portuguese v as not there Then
he took a pi'ep under the door of the
next room and was Just In time to sect
n pair of feet sliding upward along the
The ofiker called out and told Fer-
rern ,hcre wa no uec trjng t0 concca,
b,msclf 80 tllc latter cratt,ed o;cr Uw
. . t -l I
P "' ca"o ou' " "au ""o "'i
plan when the officer peeped under the
door to draw himself up so that no(
tinrf nt lilti imrinn infill! ho npnn litit lift
'was not nulck enouch L'non arrival
outsldo of the courthouse the Portu
guese was arrested on the old mitti
mus. Governor Won! brings away from
Cuba a souvenir In the form of a mtt
cheto, presented to him by veterans of
tue Cuban war The hilt has tho Cu
ban coat of arms and a single gold
star on one side and the General's Ini
tlals on the other In gold
NOT DAMAGED BY FIRE.
v wero not injured by tho flro In
the floor beneath our plant Our busi
ness In all departments continues
MERCANTILE PRl.VTi.,0 CO.. LTD,
General Printeis nnd Binders.
Fort and Queen Streets 2178 2t
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Position as porter or do
livery clerk; best of references. Ad
dress Porter, this office. 2178-lt
FOR SALE Nenrly new modern six
room cottnge, easy terms; near elec'
trie cars. Apply Owner, 1033 Arte
sian St. 2178 tf
TO LET House. Llllha St. near
School with 2 bedrooms, parlor, pan
try, kitchen, bathroom, nt 114 per
month. Apply to Joseph Frlas
FOR RENT Furnished house of sev
pii rooms nt Punahou; three mtn
utes' walk from electric cars. Apply
Bulletin office 2178-lw
TO LET Largo suite of rooms suit
nl)Ie for couple or (llreo or four gcn
Uemen; other rooms nt low prices;
excecnt boarJ. heaItl locallon.
, d ,(, Mc -, nUi
Address L. P this office. 21782W
LOST A manuscript on tho Walalao
road beyond tho Mollllll Church, on
Jund 19. Suitable reward given for
return to this office or station house.
In accordance with Section 1 ot Chap
ter XXVI of tho Laws of 1880: All
persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates arc hereby
notified that tho water tatos for the
term ending December 31, 1902. Will
be duo nnd payable at the office of tho
Honolulu Water Works on tho 1st day
of July. 1902.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen das after they aro due will bo
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid August 15, 1902 (thirty
days after becoming delinquent), nro
liable to suspension without further
nutlcc. Rates aro pa able at tho office
of tho Water Works, in the basement
of tho capltol building.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Tor a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a Serifs of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COQILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur
lesque, DAVE CASTON
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Box office open at 9 a. m.
A -: FIRST-CLASS -;. ATTRACTION.
65 Queen St.
OK SATURDAY, JUNE 21st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
,t my salesroom, C5 Queen street, 1
will sell at Public Auction n nowly
painted Phaeton with now rubber tires
and In good condition,
And a saddle horso with saddle and
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, JUNE 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public. Auction, by order ot
Mr. II. T. MARSH, Trusteo In ro A,
i:. Nlcnols, bankrupt,
Two cows, two cnlvcs,
Ono buggy nnd harness,
Ono brusu nnd curry comb,
Ono feed cutter,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wnhlawa Sugar Co,
Ltd , for "GO shares of Its capital stock
par value (100 per share, or 76,000.
nqtiity In Manhattan Life Insurances
Co 'a policy No. 115,028 on tho life ol
Albert E NWiols, faco (death) value
of policy J20.000. v
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28111 )
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will bcII at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trusteo for tho Aus
tin Publishing Co , Ltd , a bankrupt,
tho cntiro plant of tho Austin Publish
lng Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very largo and splendid stock of Job
typo; sufficient body typo for two
largo weekly newspapers, nlso n largo
stock of artistic and up to-dato type,
soma of which has hardly seen Ink. -
Also all tho presses, tools, instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, office
desks, etc., etc.
Tho salo will also carry with it tho
namo and good will of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In caso of tho non disposal ot tho
stocK as a whole, tho sale will bo
transferred to tho premises of the
Austin Publishing Co , and will be held
on tho Bame day.
Jae. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR REN i
I havo for sale the absolutely com
plete fiirnlBhtngs ot a 5 room hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottagof
for rent. Centrally located, with reas-f
onablo rent; electric lights, mosquito
65 QUEEN STREET.
FOR SALE !!
FIItST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Deretnnla street, adjoin
ing rcsldcnco of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Deretnnla utreet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $0000; ono half cnsTi, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 12 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Kinau St.,
r.t present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property han a frontage on Klnatt St.
it 115 feet and a depth of 112 fret.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Hath,
largo Carriage Houso. Price 1500,
Terms, ono halt caBh; balance on
n ortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net, Tho lo
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIIID Premises on Klnnu St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
1C feet, depth 121 feet.
noomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
r'ght of way to Deretnnla St.
Turther particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,