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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY. JUNE 23, 1902.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
'TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
Direct from the Factory
MANUFACTURED ON OUR
RIGS ARE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR USE
G. SOMAN, Ltd.,
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where slio gefs that good butter, ami
If It really Is good, the chances are 10
to 1 that It Is
crystal spring butter
This butter is pure, sweet and fresh. Creates an appetite and Is
.better, than any tonic made. We send It out In neat pasteboard car
tons. Tho prlco per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Two persons tor ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
Make them yourself. You can havoj
tho most healthful and delicious drinks
on hand always, by having fruit flavor
ings. Very little trouble and ' much
comfort during the warm weather.
Here aro all the most popular flavor
Welsh's Grape Juice
Monserrat Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar 3 sizes
Hire's Root Beer
H. MAY k CO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KING STREET.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Berctanla St.
near I'llkoi. Kent 30.
COTTAGE with barn at the Ileach.
Good bathing. Hent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
LOTS at the Ileach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. J75 to $100 per
COTTAGB GROVE, KING STREET
A LARGE VARIETY
Something New, make big noise
Toy Pistqlsand Gaps
WALL, WCjULS CO., LTD,
Tho Evening nulletln, 75 cents j,r
in (iBffi mm
The ordination of the Hev. Wong
Shlng Ynk as a mlnlbter of the Gospel
took plane In the Chinese church on
Kort street Sunday ntlernoon. The
regular 11 clock dlvlnt Bcrvlee was
omitted and the services ot ordination
look place Instead. J lie body of the
church was well filled with tho Chi
nese members of the congregation,
and sevcrnl foreigners were also pics
cnt. On the platform were Hcv. V. I).
Wcstorvolt. Ilev. O II. (lullcU. Hov. J
Lcadlneham, Ilev. O.-!'. Emerson, Ur.
J. M. Whitney, ltcv Mr. Thwlng and
three Hawaiian ministers. Hcv. Wong
nag alio seated on the platform.
The services, for the most part, were
conducted In the Chinese language,
with lirlef addresses In English by the
foreign ministers. Ilev. Mr. Thwlng In
tcrpretlng the latter.
The servk s were opined with pray
er by Ilev. Mr. Wong, and then cams a
, reading of scripture lessons by Ilav
Mr. Thwlng In Chinese. Vr. Wester
velt, scribe of the council which exam
ined Mr. Wong, Friday, marto the an
nouncement of the results of th
same, saying that all the ministers had
been well satisfied with Mr. Wong'l
fitness to preach the gufpe! tu his peo
At the con'luslnn of tho address,
Mr. Wong was called to tTiu center of
the platform, where iio knelt, whlli
Hcv, Mr. Leadingbam said the urdlna
I tlon service.
I Chinese Rebels Make
Attack on Nanning
j Victoria, B. C , June 14. Advices
received by the tteamer Athenian,
I which arrlwd 'cilay Iroin Hongkong,
gives details of the bombardment (
Nanning by the rebel hordes. Tho cor
respondent ol the Hongkong Tele-
I graph thus describes It About V in
the morning the Inhabitants of Nan
ning were surprised to find that tli
city gates wer bchged by u teiy!
largo crowd, who demanded admit-
itanec. The I'refect sent an Instant re
Itual and gave Immediate distinctions
that nil the gates el tho city were to
lie closed This was Immediately donu
and the eiowd. whiih had previously
I assembled at the main entrance to the
city, angrily retraced Its steps and
made for the direction of the rebel
I camps, about three miles distant. A
I few days later another band made its
appearance, and under a ting of truce,
I demanded to tee the Prefect to ar
'range certain affairs regarding the
procuring of provisions. Instead ot re
porting the matter to tho Prefect, th
military officer In chargo of the troops
at once gave orJTrg for his men to
Bhcot the rebels.
This was accordingly done, and.
needless to say, very few escaped be
ing cither wounded or killed. The re
mainder at onte hastened back to
their campB, and the same night the
city was bombarded. The rebels had
no less than twenty-odd pieces of ordnance-,
raining round shot, shells and
other combustible matter Into the
city. A breach was made In one of the
walls, and a trader who witnessed the
bombardment and knew Hint this par
ticular part of the wall would nt.l
stand the Incessant pounding, posted
about forty men with burning oil on
Ihe terraces of the wall, and when tho
rebels attempted to rush the place
they were met with n dlschnrgo ot
burning oil. The brigands displayed
great braw-ry. some. In fait, npproach
Ing within twenty yards of the walls.
During th bombardment another
point presented Itself to the authori
ties. The rebels ruined a thick show
er of flaming arrow, tipped with the
most Inflnnimablo material. Into tlu
city, and these combined with "stink
pots." soon caused a few flies. Tin
conflagrations, however, were put out,
but not until damage to tho extent of
oer $10.1)00 had been dnni Tho bom
bardment lasted over three hours, and
In that tlmo over 300 to 400 of tho in
habitants were either killed or wound
ed. The rebels used machine guns,
throwing not only round shot but
shells with bursting charges.
After tho siege the rebels, without
ascertaining what damago they had
j done, retreated to their mountain fast
Inosses, carrying with them tho bodies
. (?if thi-lr Blaln nnd wounded, thus mnk
t IIS I Ing It Impossible to judge what loss
j they sustained. It Ib very evident that
'the motive for tho attack was recngo.
CIIA8IJ IS ABANDONED.
Tortland, Or . June 13. The hunt for
Tracy nnd Merrill, tho escaped con
victs, hns been abandoned by Sheriff
Durbln and Cook, and tho Stute troopj
have been sent home Governor fleet
has doubled the reward for the captuni
I of the fugtlves, dead or alive, making
I It now $3000, wiilch ma) lead some huh
i to take up the chase again.
1 LORD FRANCIS HOPBTO MARRV.
London, Juno 15. The engagement Is
announced of Lord Francis Hope und
Beatrice Illckctts, whoso grandmother,
tho lato Lady Caroline Illckctts, was
the daughter of the fourth Duke of
Newcastle. Lord Francis Hope and Ml
Rlcketts are cousins.
EMGAGiiMUNT'OP GRAND DUCIIB
Athens, June lo. Tho bi'trothul In
announced of I'rlnro Nicholas, third
eon of King (icorgo of flroree, and
Grand PucIicbh Ileli'ii, RrnmldnuBhter
of Grand Uuke Vlladlmlr of Itussla.
River Steamer Upct
Dubuque, Iowa, .lime 12. A tornado
today overturned and sank the steam
er Ravenna nt Muquotachute, four
mlks up the rlwr. Tho raptaln and
three others were drowned.
Unrtliqunke RIiocIik In Oregon.
Nowport, Or,, June 15. Two bhaip
earthquake shocks were felt hmo last
night, one nt 8 p. in., and another at I
a. m. No damage was done.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells it.
Gentlemen, refresh joursolves at tho
Plrst National Saloon.
The general deficiency bill was to
hao been taken up lu tho Hotnoi
The steamer Claudlnn resumes hot
regular run to Maul poiti at J o'clock
The b.irk Knlulanl and flif fillip Tllllc
V. Stnrbtuk will return to Honolulu
with general cargoes .
For baby carriages and sen Ing ma
chines nnd stoves and safes, call on
Holfschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
The steamer Manna I.oa Is due from
Hawaii nnd Maul ports tomorrow
morning at an early hour.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully ticated without luln. Dr. Ilogle.
Oregon block. Hotel street.
A big sale of groceries will take place
at Morgan's auction rooms on Friday.
June 2" at 10 a. ra. See his column.
One hundred thousand shotgun car
tridges have been Imported by E. O.
Hall & Son for the dove season, which,
open 1 July I hi.
In the Police Court today. Nikola, n
Porto Illcan boy, was sentenced to two
years In the reform school on tin
charge of agraniy.
The Malic Hlnu and Custom llotiso
baseball teams will play a practice
game on the Maklkl grounds tomorrow
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The barkentlne Amelia loads red
wood at Eureka for Honolulu ;md the
barkentlne Tropic DIM takes a gen
eral cargo fiom San Kranclsoc for Ta
hiti. J, IMwurd Iiugren was arrested lant
night on tlie charge of naultlng u na
tive girl, aged 11, at the Vlnejard street
relief camp. The g'u Is In the ""jiu-en's
Petition for final order of notice of
hearing petition for allowance of final
accounts, distribution ami dlnrhargp 0!
executrix lu the estate of WUllum C.
Wilder appears on page S.
A line new locomobile sunny was re
ceived by Normun Ilulmud In tin
Peking. I'm- sevei.il nlghti past, tlicri"
have been a huge number of locomobll
parties to various paits of the city.
You are Invited to vllt the Island
Cur,o store on Hotel street Tin- most
complete collection of Hawaiian curios
on sale. Recommend our fi lends to
this old C'urloslt.v Shop. It's a regular
The wireless telegraph service Is now
open for business to Lahalna and all
points on Maul. Telegram will be re
ceived at the Oceanic Gas & Electric
company's office, Magoon building Mer
Special officer I.on Agnew returned
from Kaunl Sunday with two prisoners
who are to be tried at the next term ol
the Circuit Court at I.lhue. They arc
both Japanese and one Is charged with
assault with Intent to murder.
People aboard the Klnau op Saturday
morning beheld un unusual spectacle.
When the host was ot ,Kauniikukal,
.Molokal, the wentlier was so clear that
all the Islands of the group could be
seen with the exception of Nllhau.
In the Police Court this forenoon
Antonc Corieii, charged with malicious
Injury, by cutting up a horse belonging
to the Washington Mercantile Co., had
his case nolle pios'd, the- prosecution
not having enough evidence against lbs
piosecutlon to sustain its case.
The unnual bacculaureute sermon tc
the graduutes of Oahu College w'lf re
line eil this )cnr li a dlsi nurse to stu
ile'nts generull.v. President ArC1iu
MaXKou Smith dellveii'd the address It
t'cntial I'nliui church lust evening, hi'
kiibitt being, "lutellectpal Independ
ence." A big gambling den on Kekuullk'j
sticet, above King, was rubied bj the
police last night, under Captain Paiker
and DetcitlM' K.iapa. Ladders were
used by the police, who entered tliu
gambling ball from the front and rear.
The heavj doois to the place wen)
smashed with sledge hammers nnd the
officers piled In to fltfii lul Chinamen
In the place. Not a single one had been
allowed to escape. The case came up
In the Police Court this forenoon but
was continued until tomorrow. The
Chinamen have retained A. G. M. Hob
The funeral of the late George Urn
est Thrum who died Saturday morn'
Ing. took place from the late iesldeni'8
on rU'ietaula street Suuda afternoon.
Then- wns n very large attendance ol
friends. The funeral was conducted
under the auspices of the Masons. ths
deceased having been n mHilher ot Kl
lauea Lodge of Jiilo.
A choir composed of .Mis. Cornelia
Damon, Mrs. J T. McDonald. I Y.
vVIhman ami Ernest Iloss sang dur
lug the services, which were conduct
ed b Hey. Win. Morris Klntald ol
Central I'nlon Church. The casket
was conveyed to the hearse by W. H
Wright, Charles II. Atherton. Cliailui
Humsay, Henry Giles, James I.lojd
and Otto lllerbacl;. Interment looli
place In Nuuanu cemetery.
UNt, STOLE MANGOBS.
I'liK Oln was arretted Saturday at
Jennie Correu's pluce In Auwalollmu on
tbu (.harm; of stealing 'mangoes. It
seems that the fellow went Into tbu
)urd and, notwithstanding the fact that
he was told there were no mangoes for
sale, ciThibed up Into the big tree uoU
filled a tack half full.
I'ng remained up the tree until Jen
nie en mi' out and then he eame down.
In the meantime a police officer had
been sent for and I'ng with his ercen
mungoes was packed off to the police
station. He had offered to pay fifty
cents for the mangoes but Jcnnln
"didn't want no money" as she stated
In tho Police Court today.
The Chinamun was examined tills
forenoon and was committed to tho
Circuit Couit for trial, his ball beliic
fret at $100.
nulletln. T5e oer month-
Easy to Buy
We sell them on easy
payments A little money
down and small weekly
payments soon pays for
one. You have the us ol
It while being paid for
The "Yukon" Is the best
refilgerator made Pre
serves tho food best with
the least Ice- Maue of
thorough! kiln diled
wood, with movable
shelves and fines, some
with enamel lining.
All sizes and prices
fiom $10.50 upward.
Sold for cash as well.
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full,llne juat received, ranging
In price from I5J.00 to
67.00 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Holil Slmt
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people are realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than any w hero else.
Each department In chargo of a ape-
clallst and our oporatora aro.graduato
dentists oi the best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact nil
brum lies of dentistry as practiced by
us nre strictly up to date.
Wo can Bave you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In ndvanco
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth 35.00
Gold Crowns SJ00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 100
Sliver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thorouisnlj
sterilized beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Klllo Building, Hotel Street
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundas, 9 a. m. t) 12 m.
WiM) LaaaaaaaZTH k.
RR v"y-v "'v 0
Ask lo set out No. 35
THE ST, LOUIS
Sells lor 34.50, double sole, extending
away back to Ihe heel, corrugated
Inner sole, to make standing ear,
wide extension, (lint oat, so as to
operate tuccessfutly the pawl and
This shoe is made for motormen
and has been adopted exclusively by
Ihe St. Louis Motormen.
Sole Agents 5Z
Ants do, If given the Antotlne
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 Antotlne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the dealred result.
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In huMnoM again now at
550 KINQ STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, wher bo Is prepared to
do PAINTING an-i PAPERHANGING
In all Us l-ranches, and 1U be pleased
to see all of hi 3 old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KINO ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
We fouldu t tell all about thr
excellent ".arnlsheit at onre
Kneh week wh haw b.-en telllnrf
you about on" or two kinds
Come to the store anl we can In
a few minute, show ou more
than we could tell about lu a
mouth her" ami do It miiih more
satisfactorily too V carry all
the best and a stock of cheapnr
ainlhe a w -P
LEWERS & GOOKE,
M. R. BERTELMAiVS
18 - MOVED
To rear ot o)d stand. Entrance k
King street. Orders left at either sioi
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
itiwet. will receive prompt ntiMoii
I E. W, JORDAN 1
- hna lust
linn Just received ex.
"ALAnUDA" a full line
ot the celebrated
AIm a big choice In the
I "PING PONG" GAME
- Come curly and save -
j- belnf dUuppolntcil. -
fc s 3
No 10 Store 3
3 Fort Street 3
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlldfpfcl&
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, if -f
Offices Stanoenwald Bid. Mr
chant Street. Tel. Main 181.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE 2), tool
NAME OF STOCK ftff1, l?j BI4 Utln-J
C. Brtwvr ft Comciny, i,ooo,onc toe 40A
n S StchlDO.Co.LM 60,000 too
UB, Km ft Co., LU.. tooooo V
8 Plantation Co , 11,000.000 t ,. ,
Hawaiian ArrlculturalCo i.trooo too ;
Hawaiian Com.lt Su Co. t,)it,7jo oo
Hawaiian Sufif Co 1,000,000 o
Honomu Sugar Co .,.. 930.000 oo
Honokaa Sugar Co ,,, tooooo ao . t , ...
Haiku Surar C pv.ooo too . ,
Yahutni Plantation Co, $00,000 o .... u
Klhtl Plant Co .Ltd 1.050,000 90 to ie
Klpafiulti Sugar Co i&o.ora im, ,, a
Kctc-a Sugar Co.... yxx too ,
McBnrda5uCo.,Ld 1, 500,000 ao i
O'hu Sugar lo. ... , .6ao,oco too 1
CHomta Sugar Co i,ooq,oco to
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co. yv-Mfcoj 10 f
Otaa Su. Co., Ltd , at Mj.ovol ao iV ii4
OlaaSuCo.Lti piupj 100,0c ' at yt
Olonalu Cofneany tjo.otoj too
Paauhau Su. Plan Co 5.000,000 50 . ,,
Pac'ftc Sugar Mill. .. 900.000 too..,.
Pa la Planta'lonCo Tso.000 too ...... tt a
Pptko St gtr Co ... f 50.000; 100 m
Pioneer Mill Co t ?jo,ooo too.., a(
Walalua Agri Co 4tyam,eny loo 55
WallukuSugarCo , . too.oco loo t i
WalmanatoSugar Co tsa.ofo too . , .
Walcnea MlilCo. its.000 ic , . ,.
WlUcr Stcamihlp Co tcdooo too
Inter-Wana Steam N Co g 2 K " .
Hawaiian tltrlc Co g'2 !??
Hon. Rapli T. ft L Co ?0 J ?
Mutual Telephone Co IS1000 l0
Oahu Ry & I. Co . ,,000,000 100 ... ;
Hawaiian Cov 5 per cent 9)
HlloR RCo 6 per cent
Hon RaplJ Transit tori
Ewa Planum 6 per cent
Oahu R& LCo per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p,
Walalua Agrlcul. 6 p c
Salt H KllVPt "$TiT
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANQt
Orders for the purchase or Kit ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promft
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401. 4th floor, SUno
wild Bldg. PostorMce box 390; Tl
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAfc
921 Fort Street
TEU MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Tc) Blue 7t; Room
s, Sprecke's BulldlUf.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public snd Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
received ex. 3