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EVENING DL'LLKTIN, HONOLULU, It. T., SATURDAY, JCNE'21, 1902.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction olf 25 per cent
See Oup Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Direct from thev Factory
MANUFACTURED ON OUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS
THESE RIGS ARE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR USE IN
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.,
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where sno gefo that good butter, and
If it really la good, the chances are 10
to 1 that It Is
crystal spring butter
This butter Is pure, sweet aid fresh. Creates an nppcttto and Is
better than any tonic made. We send It out In neat pastcbonrd car
tons. The prlco per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Telephone Mnln 45.
(rti 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n i U 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 ttBjtjtifcjfilirfi
teVCTLvMBi3? mrmiAim. JtWrlJliHE&uJM
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO STREET.
Two persons for ten days
Three persooslor ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Oonernl bookbinding, ruling. Eliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING UULLETIJv
Make them yourself. You enn havo
tlie most healthful and delicious drinks
on hand always, hy havfng fruit flavor
ings. Very little trouble and ' much
comfort during the warm weather.
Hero aro all the most popular flavor
ings: Welsh's Grape Juice
Monserrat Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar 3 sizes
Hire's Root Beer
H. IVIAY& CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
"Tho Opium Cache on Maul." Smug-,
gier wnaiey ana me yacnt Halcyon,
A SIIDIW IIHK
ALL SORTS OF VEHICLES
LIABLE TO CONDEMNATION
Horses May Haul Illicit Liquor Only
At the Peril of Forfeiture
Judge Estce. In hi decision of which
the news was brltfly given yesterday,
shone that Ignorance of the owners ot
tho schooner Kawnllaul regarding her
use In ennying Illicitly distilled liquor
could not nall tbem under the law.
It had been claimed that John Moses
I'dunnhele. master of tho vessel, was
acting as lesbee of the owners. Hong
Quon ntul L. Apana, under n verbal
lease. The court quotes Section 3450
of the Revised Statutes, which provide
that "In cery rate" where any tax
able goods art "removed or arc deposi
ted or concealed In nn place with In
tent to defraud the United States" of
the tax. "every veuel, boat, cart, car
rlnge or other conveyance whatsoever,
and all horce or cither animals ami
all things used in tho removnl, or for
the deposit or concealment thereof, re
spectively, shall be forfeited."
A decision of the Ilnwallan Supremo
Court U quoted to Miow that okolchao,
conclusively proved to have been found
In the Kawallanl. "Ik n well-known
spirituous liquor distilled from the tl
root and ery Intoxicating." It Is
pointed out that in defending cases of
this kind tho burden of proof Is on tho
claimants of the piopcrty sought to bo
condemned. Judge Kstee says: "A
consideration of the facts that Influenc
ed Congress In the passage of these
laws apparently to harsh In their na
ture enables us to appreciate the neces
sity for the same. The ninny oppor
tunities afforded to evade the Internal
revenue laws ami the numerous Solu
tions thereof doubtless Imlmei! Con
gress to pass these stringent measure
so as to not alone punish the guilty
tie6passer against tho law, but also
to Impress upon the owners of prop
erty the necessity for a vlgllniKc in the
selection of their agents or lessees or
those to whom they intrust the same,
that the said property may not be put
to Illegal purposes."
In this line the court cites a Federal
decision condemning two horses, which
says: "The reason why this express
provision was made In respect to the
forfeiture was made In respect to thu
forfeiture of things used In removing
spirits (ontrary to law was to link tho
fate of the vehicle with that of the ar
ticle convejod In order to deter parties
from putting their vehicles at the dis
posal of those who would lie likely to
use them for purposes of fraud.
It is expected that the owner of prop
erty will see to the uses made of Jt nt
There will be a matinee performance
at the Orpheum this nftcrnoon com
mencing nt 2 30. regular prices prevail
Ing. The program tonight, strengthen
ed by the talented Warsaw Ilrothcrs. is
sure to draw a packed house. Cogill
and Alea have ono of tho cleverest
sketches ever presented here. Coglll's
songs have made a decided hit and he
Is nightly recalled for more. Caston's
eccentric tongs and clover dancing ha
achieved suctnss also, the combination
being particularly strong In dancing
specialties with Male. Ailea ami Aqul
naldo's graceful twisting still remalna
a feature of the show, us docs the jug
gling of Altro In his tramp make-up.
Mlle.Sauma is well worth seeing on tha
trnpeze nnd pendant rope.
The whole entertainment Is eminent
ly attractive and Is drawing much well
Among the arrivals from IIIlo and
way ports n the Klnnu today were tho
following: Col. V. II. Cornwall, T, a.
Llppy. Mrs. F. II. McStocker. J, M.
Coulsen, Dr. Sloggett, L. A. Thurston,
Judge (lllbert V. Little. C. Notlcy, C.
irelghton, Rev. S. W. Kckuewa, E. V
Low, Judgo V. McKuy. II. Mlkl. Mlsa
A. M. Cooke, J. L. Cooko and II. 3.
For the restoration of the tombs if
tho old German Kmperors In the Cn
thedral at Speyur, thu Iluvarlan Gov
ernment has grunted 120,000 marks.
NEW - TO-DAY
FOURTH DISTRICT COMMITTEE,
There will be a meeting of th.-i
Fourth District Committee. Republican
party. In headquarters, Kllto building.
at 4 p. in., Monday, June 23, T9U2, for
the transaction of Important business.
C. L. CIlAllllC.
2170 3t Chairman.
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge. No. 21. F. & A. M will bo held
Sunday, at 3 p, m.. In the Masonic
Temple, for the purpose of attending
the fu ral of our
LATE DRO. GEORGE ERNEST
Members of I'aclllo Lodge and Lodgo
le I'rogres and visiting brethren, nr"
invited to attend.
Hy order o? Worshipful Master:
K. n. (1. WALT.ACK.
2170-2t Acting Secretary.
WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE
No. 8, K. of P.
There will bo a regular convention
of the above named Lodgo this Satur
day evening, Juno 21st, In Harmon)
Hall at 7:30.
Work In the Pane and Esquire Ranks
McuubeiB of Onhu No. 1 and Mystic
No. 2 nnd all sojourning brothers nre
Invited to attend.
2179-lt K. of R. & S,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. It. fJerrey's office. 8 Campbell bid.
Smalt furnished cottage to let See
ad page 8,
Furnished rooms for rent with pri
vate bath and board. Sec ad page 8.
A meeting of Wm. McKluley Lodgo
K. of l will be held tonight. See New
Experienced nurse wants position.
Can care for month old baby. See Waul
column on page 8.
A largo shipment of elegant books at
Wra. C. Lyons In Judd building. Every
one Invited to see them.
The Island steamers will take a large
number of school teachers out of town
next week, the schools having closed.
The Y. M. C, A. Sunday afternoon
service wilt bo held at Camp McKlntey
tbmorrow at 4 p. m. It. II. Trent will
be the speaker.
There will be a very Important meet
ing of tho Fourth District committee,
Republican party, In headquarters,
Klltc building, at 4 p. m. Monday.
Uvery member Is requested to bo pres
ent. Thero was a fine rehearsal of the
combined choirs of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral and St. Clement s Chapel tn
tho former place of worship last night
this rehearsal being In preparation (of
the coronation service.
Proceedings have been Instituted
against V. II. Lewis of Lovejoy & Co.
for selling liquor at retail without a
valid license. The warrant was issued
by Judgo Humphreys on the Informa
tion of C. II. Ilrown. returnable on
Monday morning. It appears that tin)
complaining witness surrendered his
license ofr the Malic saloon, King near
Nuuanii street. Treasurer Wright
translorrctl tho license to Lewis, who
forthwith proceoded to conduct the
saloon tinder tho original document Is
sued to Brown. The case will turn up
on the question of law as to whether
n llccnso may be transferred.
The auction of the property of I)r
Nichols, which was sold by order ol
II T Marsh, trustee, and which took
place at J F. Morgan's auction loomi
nt noon today. In ought very good
The Maklkt linincsle.ul was bought
for $11,500 by Clarence II. Cooke, but
It Is not ascertained whom Mr. Cooke
represents. The equity In a Manhattan
Life Insurance Co. policy on tho life
of Dr. Nichols, face value $20,000, was
not offered for sale. Inasmuch as It
was not saleable. Its value being only
such sum as the company will pay fof
Ot tho two cows, ono brought SSI
and tho other (Go. Two calves
brought $15 and $6, respectively,
A horso and buggy brought $200,
while Hon. John Kmmoluth liought a
golfing outfit for $4.30. Mr. Emme
luth Muted. Jn making 'the purchase
that politics were so dull nt present
I hat he needed some kind of sport.
The order on the Wahlawa Sugar
Co. for 750 shares to the value of 173,
000 wss not bid on.
COME TO THIS PORT
FOR JHE FIKST TIME
(Continued from page I.)
h.irkcntlnc than any other kind of a
The Georgian occupied seventy-one
days on tho voyage from Newcastle
with a full cargo of coal, Three weeks
of tho roughest kind of weather oft the
Australian coast arc responsible for
this long passage.
During the nasty weather In Austra
lian waters the Georglna acted well
anil came through the disagreeable ex
perience none the worse for her trou
ble. After twenty-one days of ugly
weather the barkentlne had light, vur
lablc winds to port.
Captain Ilrandt Is accompanied by
his wife and two children. He was for
merly muster of the schooner Carrier
The Georglna was built at Eureka
and made her maiden trip to Sydney
from that port. She Is now on the
backward trail for the first time. Shu
Is as pretty us a picture. She Is paint
ed white nnd Is a comfortuhlc as well
as a fast sailing craft.
Tho American bark Oregon, Captain
I'arker, sailed from the I.lkellko wharf
at 9:30 o'clock this morning for l'u-
get Sound In ballast. There were nu
merous people on the wharf to bin
aloha to her captain and pasoeugerb.
These latter were "Denver Ed" Smith
and Mrs. Smith. '
For u week previous to the departure
of the Oregon, Captain "Stlckeen'
Janes, of first Alaskn gold discovery
und tc-!nciii tinted viking fame, hud
been engaged In painting tho cabins
of the hirk. He took particular paln-i
In ornamenting the qumters of the
Snitlm, palming a strip of emerald
green, lnsleud of gold, around tho top
of the cabins,
"Where Is the 0'K.igen doel.ed?"
naked 'Denver Ed' when he drove down
to the waterfront this morning to go
aboard the Oregon. A sailor, of whom
the Inquiry was made, hud some diffi
culty at first In determining what
"Denver Ed" meant by the "O'llagen.'
He finally "tumbled" that the Oregon
was the vessel wanted nnd forthwith
pointed her out. The Smiths were ac
companied by their big Irish retrelver,
Tho Oregon was towed to sea by the
tug Fearless. She goes to I'ort Town
send for orders and will probably go
thence to Seattle.
Early this afternoon the Fearless will
tow tho American bark I'artolus, Cap
tain Dart, nut to sea. The PadolnJ
has been In port nearly two months.
She takes n full cargo of sugar to Sun
Francisco. While Captain Dart Is not
yet certain of the future movements of
the vessel. It Is probable that the I'ac
tolus will go up the Sound fmm S.ui
Francisco nnd load lumber for Aim
ttalla, taking n cargo of coal In New-
castlo for Honolulu again. There la
nlso the possibility that the Pnctolun
might get in on the San Franclsco-Ilu-nolutu
Easy to Buy
Wo sell them on easy
payments. A llttlo money
down nnd Bmall weekly
payments soon pays for
one. You have the usc ol
It whlln being paid for.
The "Yukon" Is the best
reftlgerntor made. Pre
serves the food best with
tin- least Ice. Made of
thoroughly kiln dried
wood. with movable
shelves ami fines, some
with enamel lining.
All slies nnd prices
from $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line JuHt received, ranging
In prlccH from $1.00 to
$7.60 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Thu high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day coanls and moro people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work nnd
lower prices than anywhere elso.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist ami our operator aro graduato
dentlstB oi tha best-rccogulzed schools
In tho U. 8, or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than nny oth'
or dental offlco In tho city; wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown nnd
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
We can save you money on your don
tnl work. We will tell you In ndvance
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 L00
Silver Fillings 50
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beforo uso.
New York Denial Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Ilulldlng. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. ra.
Sundays, 9 a. tn. t) 12 m.
-of! ii pr
fcYK.ft,. 1,.,.L JL&YMur
Ask to see our No. 35
THE ST. LOUIS
Still lor $4.50, double sole, extending
nwiy back to the heel, corrugated
Inner sole, to mike standing easy,
wide extension, lUnl oat, so as lo
operate successfully the pawl and
This shoe Is made lor motormen
and hai been adopted exclusively by
the St- Louis Motof men.
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
tho pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
We couldn't tell all about the
excellent vnrnlshes at once.
Each week we havo been telling
you about one or two kinds.
Come to the store and we can. In
n few minutes. Bhow you moro
than we could tell about In a
mouth here and do It much morn
satisfactorily, too. We carry all I
the best and a stock of cheaper '
Yarmsnca as wen.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is preparod to
do PAINTING nnd PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will be pleased
to seo all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones, Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
M. F. BERTBLMAN'S
IB - MOVBD
To re&r ot old staud. Kntrane M
Klni itreoL Ordem left at either oi
or offlce at John Nott's store, Klac
street, will receive prompt 9,HnMn
I E. W. JORDAN I
hnn Jut received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
AIho n big choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly and save
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
f FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f Tt
Offices Stangenwald lldf, Mr
chant Street, Tel. main Its,
i HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
i Honolulu, JUNB jo, tool
NAME OF STOCK
Pa I J ft
C. Briwtr fcCoffptny..
N.S Smbf DG.Co.fi.
L.B.EMtCo LU .
i 1 PUntAtlM Co
Iniwftiiu uon.ft so to.
HwHi(i SutirC ..,
HoBonit Sufir Co ..
naiKu duru , .
Vdtiuku Plantation Co..
K'tahulu Suf ar Co
Koto SurarCo. . ...
HcBnrda Su Co..Ld
i udo oarar uo , ,.
i Otonta but" Co. t,
Ookala Sijtr Plan. Co
'OlaaSu. Co.. Lu., ail
' OlowaluCtmraiy .
I PaauhauSu, (Man Co
Pacific Sutar Mill, . .
Pat a Plantation Co
Vtfttkto St car Co ..
Plonfff Mill Co.
Walalua Agyi Co
' WallukuSuarCo ..
Walmta Mill Co
i ...-.:- .
I tntrr-filani Steam N Co
I Hawaiian toctric Co.
Itfon, RirlJ T & U Co
Mutual THerhont Co
Oabu Ry&L. Co ..
Hawaiian Gov $ per cent
HiloR RCo recent
Hon tVafli Trantlt ..
Ewa Plantat n 6 ptt cent
. I 'K
Uanu KJICLLO ptr e
Oahu Plantation 6 pC
O aa Plantation 6 p, c
Maiatua Atrlail. p c
sulci.- oil I'loneer.lCu, fi Onluf,
J i-T SO
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHA'ICiil
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds csrefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngrjv
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tela
phone Main 331.
Halslead & Co., Ltd
I Stock and
1 Bond Brokers
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
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; TeJ Blue 7S1; Room
e, Sprocket's Uulldh..
: P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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