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EVENING nULLETW, HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY, JUNE 24. 1902.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
Direct from thq Factory
MANUFACTURED ON OUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS
THESE RIGS ARE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR USE IN
G. SOMAN, Ltd.,
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where she gefs that good butter, and
it 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 price per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,, Ltd.,
Two persons for 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 hava
tho most healthful and delicious drinks
on hand always, by having fruit flavor
ings. Very llttlo trouble and much
comfort during the warm weather.
Hero are all tho most popular flavor
ings: Welsh's Grape Juice
Monserrat Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar 3 sizes
Hire's Root Beer
H. IV1AY& CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINO 8TREET.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Bcrctanla St.
near Pllkol. Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn at tho Beach.
Good bathing Rent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
I at Cottage Groe.
Kite-loom COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at tho Beach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGE GROVE, KING 8TRBET
Hurrah for the
A LARGE VARIE'
Something New, moke big noise
Toy Pistolsarid Gaps
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,!"0"'""'""""
REMARKS OF MR. CASE
STARTS BALL ROLLING
Something of What Took Place at
Closing of Circuit Court
Term at Wailuku
The following story of the closing
scenes in the Circuit Court at Wailuku,
Maul, came from a correspondent by
tho Manna Loa Xhifi-morning:
Wailuku, June 23. Today saw the
last criminal case on tho calendar dis
posed of to the ssitlsfacllon of the gov
ernment, tome thlrty-tbrco cases tu all
having received the Attention of tin
Shortly after the opening of court,
there lilng a lull In business, the act
Ing Deputy Attorney General. I). II.
Case, ailslng and slatlug that he con
sidered It an opportune moment to
make a few remarks, spoko as follows
"Your Honor and gentlemen. I wish
to say Just a few words as tn the gen
telman drawn and cinpnnneled as Ju
rors during this term of court. I do
not do this for the purpose of praising
these men to thIr fates, or for the
purpose of flattery, but c hate had.
n J on all know, an extraordinarily
large criminal calendar composed of all
kinds of cases eases against haolcx
Hawaltans. Portuguese. Chinese, .In
ran and l'orto Rlcnnt.
"I hae now resided In Hawaii sl
ears, and om fre-o to wty I feel vert
much like a kamrtalno. In that time I
havb f4a many Juries. As your Honor
knows, and as many of those pretest
know, for some years, past I have acted
as official reporter for the various
courts throughout the Islflnds. and have
met with nil kinds cf Juries, but I am
free to admit it ban never been my
pleasuie to npi.eai before n Jury so ficj
from rate feellr.g or prejudice.
'In view of tho lolltlcal dlttlctiltlct
that occurred here In tho eaily nineties,
It was but natural that prejudice ami
race feeling should lcsult, but It cer
tainly Is a great satisfaction to us all
to witness Its illsnppcaiancc fiom jc.ir
to 0nr more Mid more until today It
is almost a thing of the past.
"It has never been my pleasure, to sco
ft Jury, composed largely of Hawaiian
as Is our present Jury so fair and Im
partial In every way They have sin
cere!) tried and have succeeded In act
ing honestly and const lentlously upon
every case brought befofo them. Not
only Is this true tut between the native
on one hand and tho haolcs on tho
other, but the As'.iiticB have been dealt
with In Just ns fair a manner as though
they wero fellow-citizens, i I nm sure
this is a matter of great satisfaction
to us all, and I wish at this time to ex
tend to the Court and Its omcors, and
to (lie Jury In particular, tho thanks
of the Attorney General's Department,
mil my personal thunks, for the can
did, earnest and thoughtful consider
ation they have given to every matter
presented at this term of court."
Mr. I'ogue, one of tho Jurors, here
said. "1 have only to say that us far
ns the Attorney Genirnl Is concerned,
he certainly has been very considerate
with tho Jury, but of course I do not
speak for anyone but myself."
Mr. Cnrley. another Juror then thicvv
Mr Case, n little bouquet In the fol
"May It please your Honor and tho
Attorney General. I Must give in)
thanks for the expressions thut have
! been used by tho Attornej General
and I think thiit the Jurymen who Iiuvo
served at thin term will bear me out In
saying that wo have been very well
ti fated, and wish to thank tl.e Attorney
General and tho Court'for tho tout te
stes that havo been shown us, and for
their appreciation of our set v lies."
Judge Kalun made a few appropriate
remarks, saying In conclusion- "I niust
say on behalf of the couit everything
that has come to my knowledgo during
this term ha been very satlsfactoiy
indeed.. ThlJ Is one of the best terms
1 have ever seen sluco I havo been ou
tho bench, and I extend my hearty
thankB to .Mr. Case, ft9 Attorney Gen
eral, and to tho other officers of the
Attorney General's Department.'
1 UK.I FIELD
Yesterday alternoon Captain C. P
Morse and Vice-Captain rf. Beurdmore
selected the teams which are to wield
tho bat at cricket on Coionatlon Da).
The event will be made something of
the character of u lawn party, a ladles
committee taking charge of ariango
ments for the serving of luncheon and
The game will take place on the Pit
nahou eami us. The teams will be call
ed together r.t 1:30 p. m. and the gumo
will start promptly at 2 o'clock. In
order to avoid the usual delay in start
ing, on account of the habitual tardi
ness of certain players, an umple num
ber of substitutes have been chosen so
that the player who Is late will find
that he Is not "In It "
The elevens chosen aie as follows:
S. Ucardmoro (captain), L. G, Illuck-
man, A, w. T. Bottomley. J. L. Cock
burn. Prlnc'o Cupid Kalanlanaole, D.
GlE.6, A. R, Hatfield, II. I. Herbert,
Rev. V H. Kitcnt, J. C. MeGIU, W ,L,
C. P. More (captain), A. L. Ahlo. D.
W. Anderson, R. Anderson, II. Qlass,
J. llnrvey. U. A. Jctidan, A. T. Miles
H. E. Picker, A. SL C Pllanaln, C. von
Reserves J. L. Brett, T. Gill, C. W,
Irish, M. II. Jamleson, Malcolm II. Mc
Intyre. OUlclal scorer Vlggo Jacobsen, Two
competent umpires will be chosen nl
You are Invited to visit the Island
Curio store on Hotel street. Tho most
complete collection of Hawaiian cuiIoh
on sale. Recommend your friends to
It s a regular
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 8.
Mrs K P. Low has returned to her
home In Wnlmea.
Judge Gilbert K Little returned to
Hllo In the Klr.au today.
New arrival of Iron baby cribs for
new arrivals Just opened by Cojno
Manager G P I)ennlon of the O R
& L. Co.. was n passenger for Hllo In
the Klnau todav.
Kor baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and sates, call on
Hotfsclilaeger Co , Ltd.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
T. II. Davles & Co. call attention to
u new shipment of goods ex ship Yola.
Sco their ad in today's Issue.
Tire "Al x lsta panoramic camera
Is becoi'lng more popular as more Is
learned of Its wonderful work
Third baseman Mejer of the Puna
tiou Athletic Club baseball team has
been given a position with the Hawa
Han News Co.
Dr. A. .1. Derby leaves In the Klnau
for n vacation trip to Hawaii of twt
weeks, Mr. Derh) will go up Tnntalua
for a few weeks' outing.
The garden party and ciicket nnteh
at 2 p. m. Coronation Day, June I'jth,
will 'be free of diaige. See ad. i
Coronation Da) on page $
Tho oratorical contest In connection
with the closing exercises at Oahu Col
lege will take pla?e In Pauahl Hall to
night, beginning, at S o'clock. x
Indications urn that King IMward'ft
Coronation Day will have a general ob
servance that will rejoice the heait
every Britisher within the gates.
A nice Ave room cottage Is offered
far icnt In King Place. Boietalilit street
near Richards, two blocks of Hawaiian
hotel. See K. K. Klng'i list on page 3.
The anhal and departum of steam
ers Is given In the unper left hand cor
ner of the first page. This table Is
kept up to date for the Intutmatlon of
Ilgyptlun Deletles cigarette are fast
mil 1.1 11,; the fi lends thov deserie IJ
tlieli flagrante and ilavor The Im
perial cigar stou- illitiiliutts them to
the ictiill tiade and consumers.
A coriespoiident at the Vole ana
Utilise writes under date of June 22
'Nothing new at the volcano No 11m
l fluid be seen for smoke .vesteiday
t'onsltlciahlo smoke this morning,'
The cases of the 101 Chinese ganib
leis came up in the Pollc e Court again
toduy but, at the request of A. G. M
Robertson, attorney for the defense,
wag further continued until Thursday
Among tho passengers booked for
.Maul ports In the Claudlne this after
noon arc the following: Mrs. John
Richardson, A. Garcia, C II. I.lndholm,
Mrs. Otto Oss. A Robinson, II, Iike
I'. K. Richardson.
The wireless telegraph service Is now
open for business to Lahaina and utl
points on Mj'iI. Telegrams will be re
ceived at the Oceanic Gas & Klectrlc
company's office, Magoon building Mer
Excavations were begun today for
the Kaplolaul Estate block at King and
Alaken streets by Lucas Bros., eon
tractors. It will be a two-story struc
ture something In the st)lc of the Me-
Intvro building, but nearly twice the
length and perhaps mure ornate in ux
Tour piisoneis tinned from .Maul In
tho Manila I.oa today. The) aie us fol
lows Yoshlda. two and a halt )ears
ldlecii) In the second degree; TnJnml,
five jeais, ursitilt with Intent to mm
cler, Hoshl, two )eais. hiiigldiy In tin!
(Irst degree, and I.. Medina, two )eiiis,
burglar) In the first degici.
Mik Kminu M. Nakulua. Comml3
slontrr or rilvuti va)s ami Water
Itllghts. Is still healing the Pulolo wu
ter eontl'iiveiH), Uegtin tin MondH) of
last week. Attorneys for different
paitles In attendance aie MnssrB. Kin
ney, Htanley, C. S Dole. l.ong. An
drown niul McCanls Stewart. Olio
venerable Chinese witness hai been on
the stunil fur several da) a.
Tho lnteiest of the loungers and
habitues who occupy the shady side of
Hotel street was aroused to quite nil
oxtont this moiulng li the nppeaiance
of u new cliiuiitter who promlseH to
become a successor to the famous I ln
wullan dude. The peixMi, an old H
walan of rather u Mi Iking appearanco,
was clad tn n duck suit his head be
ing ei owned by 11 majettlc stove pipe
hat of an untltiuteil luttein. He had
piKt uiilved fiom Hawaii and the only
one anil original John Hupj was per
sonal!) conducting him through tho
maze nnd while of the metropolis
Both gentlemen had evidently In
cluded un "e)e opener" In their break-
fust menu possibly several As 11 con
sequence, they felt ver) well disposed
towards tho rest of the world At the
flower gills' corm-r a halt was made
and John llnp.t introduced his friend
to each und ever)Oue of the venders of
It was hero that the grand Chester
fleldlau manner of the old gentleman
attracted most attention. He combined
the stately bows of Loul XIV wltii till
latest In high ball handshakes, The
spectators were satisfied that a suc
cessor to the Justly celebrated "Hawn
llan Dand)" of former da)s hud at last
Alden Elrrtrlc "Belt'
pensary' Is guaranteed
all tne luraiive proper
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and clriiRg. ';. It gives a very
tione current of electric tv andlseal v
regulated. Round to supersede others. Can
be had from the unJerslened onlv: no
teents; no discount. Circular free. Ad jress
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., San
pra'.clco. Sent free to Hawaii for 65,00
&TOl : MET
You have been waiting In
them nntl they're now here.
The demand Is large, so )o'i
better c oine earl) for yours
before they nio all gone.
We have them, some plain
white enamel ami others
with hinss tiliiimings, side
open out so you can put
them b) your bed
They aie the prettiest
cribs made and prices are
FURNITURE CO., Limited
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Wire King, by Justin .McCarthy.
"The Dark n' tne Moon." by S. R.
"Tho .Master) of the Pacific." by A
"Dorothy Vetnon of Iluddon Hall,"
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns In KInwer").
"The Blazetl Trail." by S. U. White.
"None But the Brave," by II. Sears.
"Tho Kenltins," by W D. Huwells.
"Tho HtrolleiH," by P. S. I sham
"Tho Magic Wheel " by John Strange
"The Hounds of the BaHkeivllles," by
Ciinan Do) le
"The Woman Who Daied" by Ljncli
"A House Pnity." edited liy Paul Lei
The above are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hole! Slreal
New York Oental
The high class of work turned out at
tho Now .York Dental Parlors every
clay toants nnd more pcoplo are realis
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Kach department In charge, of a spo
elallst and our operators aro graduate,
dentists of the best-recoguized schools
lu tho U. & or tho world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tfio city; we have
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
ns are strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den
tal work. We will toll you In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth , 5.00
Gold Filling f.00
Sliver Fillings H.
All our Instruments are thorough!)
sterilized before, use.
New York Deulal Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 8 a, m. to $ p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. tu. to 'i m.
Ask to see our No. 35
THE ST, LOUIS
Sells lor 5 1.50, double sole, extending
away back to the heel, corrugated
sole, to mike standing easy,
wide extension, tunt oat, 10 as to
operate successfully the pawl and
This shoe Is made for motormen
and has been adopted exclusively by
the St, Louis Motormen.
Sole Agents - -m
Ants do, If given the Antoltne
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 Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWE
has started In business again now at
650 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
in all Its branches, and will be pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop,
550 KING ST.
P. O, BOX MJ.
The finest of Chinese anil Jap
anese matting now on sale r.t
VARIETY You will find ours
the best In the city, new pat
terns ami deigns, all grades.
PRICES No one can under
sell us and ver) few can sell jt
our prices. We mean Just whut
ADVANTAGES We sell )otl
uy qiidiult) by the yard or roll
and deliver it tu-e In the city
LEWERS & COOKE,
FORT 6TRUET. "
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVED
ro rear of old standi. Entrance
King street. Orders loftVt either sko,
or office at John Nott'a store, Klai
trust, will receive prompt attention
1 E. W.
Also a bid choice In the
"PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly and Have
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllsdtlpklc
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf 3.
Offices SUngenwald lldi. M
chant Street. Tel, main St,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE 24, tooi
NAME OF STOCK ;&"$', j 7 BllUt.1
C. Brimf ItConpAny. ,,ooo,or too 4M
N S Scht D Q. Co,L1 60,000 too i,
l.B. KonfcCo., Ltd., oaoooo F
Bs Pltfitttlon Co ).ooo,ooo oel 14 .
HlwsMtnArTlcuttvrilCio ,,ooo.v o , .,, y4
Hi'illati CotB.lt Su Co . yl.7)o too ... ,,
HUM Sufif Co ...".""wo! ti
Honoat, Su(tr Co .- ; o,ooo t.,
HooofeSuKar Co..- 'foooioo) ao to, ,.,
Httlnl Soft, Ce.J-. I So.oo too ,,.
Cabuln, PTantom Co ' 500,000 oo .... f4
Klhtl Plant C0 .Ltd.. , 1,040.000 90 ro ,i
Klftalmlii&UearCo 160.000 toe . , &a
KoioiStorarCo . ... ycooo too, ... ,
McBrJSuCo.,L4.. .. I.400.000 to ,u
O.fru Sura, Co , . . 1.600,000 too to
QnoBta SucatCo 1 1,000,000 10 . (
Ookala Sucar Plaa, Co wo,eto ao t
OI,aStl. Co.. ltd. Ml tof.Oka ao )'( ,t"
OlaaSuCo.lti pdup 1500.0:0 oc at.
Olowala Comrany t ,50,oco too t19
Paauhau Su, Plan Co I 5.000100 50 tl
Pac'fic Suear Mill . I 90000 100 a
Pala Planta lyn Co . 50,000 ,00 j,
I'frltfoSif., Co .. Tvooo ,00 ' lf1
Pionetr Mill Co t.ffn,ooo too j Ta
Walalua Agrl Co..... 4,500,000' too tn
WallukuuearCo , I too,ooo too... ,M
WalmanaloSuear Co aja,ooot too t6
Walrnra Mill Co 145,000 tro ,,
Wilde, Suamthlp Co I 000 too ... ,
lnte,-llamSlamNCo JSSIio "
Hawaiian ElKtrfc Co ' ,00 l.u "
Hon RarllT.otL Co jloS ., '
Mutual Telfrhone Co .j.'l I0 V
Oahu Rr & L. Co a.ooo.oool ,00 ...
Hawaiian Gov 5 ptr cent .....,,. oj ....
Hllo R K Co 6 pf, cant i too
Hon Rapid Transit too .
Ewa Planlat n 6pcr cent . I
Oahu R At L Co per c ..,, to, tea1.
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walalua Aerlcul. 6 p c
Sales 21 Olaa. paid up. JO 75; IJ
Olaa. paid up J0.73, 10.00" 11. R. T. &
I. Co bonds. $1011, nooo II. R T. & L.
Co bonds. $10(1, 2000 II. II. T & L.
Co bonds $100. luuu 11 R. T & L Co.
bonds, $100, 100 Olaa, assessable.
53 73 14 Walalua $.-iS 30 Pioneer
$') !) Pioneer, $i'.0 u Klhel $10, 15
Kihel $10 3 Klhel $10, 5 Ooknla. $S.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchaie or tu ot
I stocks and bonds carefuly and promyt
17 executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Una
wild Bldfl. Postofflco box 3M; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAh
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Jucld Building:.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Tel Blue 7(1; Room
, Sprecke-U Bulldlu.
hns Just received ex. -B
"ALAMEDA" n full line
o! the celebrated