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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1902.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
H. E. MEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINQ STREET.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
HIGH GRADE VEHICLES
TWO GIG ELKS HAVE
LOCKED THEIR HORNS
We have the most complete and up-to-date line of HIGH
GRADE VEHICLES on the market. Unsurpassed for Newness
of Design, Elegance of Finish nnd Durability.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where she gets that good butter, and
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 to
better than any tonic made. We send It out In neat pasteboard car
tons. The price per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main 46.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
Auk for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
Make them yourself. You can havo
the most healthful and delicious drinks
on band always, by having fruit flavor
ings. Very little troublo and much
comfort during the warm weather.
Here aro all the most popular flavor
ings: Welsh's Grape Juice
Monserrat Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar 3 sizes
Hire's Root Beer
H. MAY& CO.
The Popular Grocery.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Ileretanla St.
near I'llkol. Rent HO.
COTTAGE with barn at tho Beach.
Good bathing. Kent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
Klve-roum COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Beach; IS years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to 100 per
COTTAGE GROVE, KING STREET
Hurrah for the
A LARGE VAIUETY
Something Nov. make l)l(J noise
Toy Pistols a ii (I Caps
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
An All Afternoon Fight to The
Death Over Ping-Pong Table
Was Prospect at
1:15 P. M.
2:13 p. in. Jlollowny wins first set,
13 to 11 In two hours und five minutes.
Longest rally. 4 minutes and 2 second.
Second tct postponed until 12 noon,
Friday, on account of the condition of
the antlers of tho big Elks and their
need of refreshment.
There are many people In the city
who, knowing not the Ins and outs nf
the now world-renowned game of ta
ble tennis or "plug pong," as It Is com
monly called, persist In saying that It
Is a pastime fit tot chlldien onlv.
These same people persist In caTTIng
tennis a lady's game.
Had any of this claus"bcen present
In the Elks' Hall at the noon hour to
day, they would havo witnessed in
inrgumenl that surely must have con
vlnced them of the error nf their Jmlg
C. S. Holloway nnd A. L. C. Atkln
ten stood at either end ot a green ta
ble and for nbout an hour and n half
fought out the firM cet of their matrli
in the Elks' ping pong lurnament
Over twenty young men were present
at the struggle. It wffl he Impossible
to get In today's paper tho llnal result
of the determined struggle for suprem
acy In the subsidiary nerd of Elk
plngsters. The Bulletin reporter left
the hall at 1.15 p. m. and the two
crack rlayers had Just arrived at tho
stage of f-all with every prospect of
a continuation of the match through
out tho afternoon.
Every point was fought out with
great determination, tho longest rally
lasting Us 2 minutes and .19 second-).
After tfils long play, tho contestant
were forced to rest
Holloway used the forehand strol,o
Wmost entirely, twisting his racket In
such a way as to pieclude the necea
slty of backhand ttrokes which nrj
always harder to ralculato on than th i
backhand stroke Atkinson, on tho
other hand used tho backhand sfiov
to a great extent.
The set gradually climbed from 5
all to 6 nil and then to 7 all. Atkinson
Invariably winning tho vantage game
and Holloway th ouo necessary to
bring the score o "deuce." At 8 nil.
the reporter left, for players nnd spec
tators were beginning to shed theli
clothes In preparation for an all after
noon struggle to tho bitter end.
Following are the recent arrivals at
the Moana hotel Uses L. Spreckels,
Claus Spreckels Jr. San Francisco;
Chas. A. Park nnd wife, .Miss MeNcary.
Salem. Or , Miss Jeunlo Ward, San
Franclsio. J Alexander, New York;
Mrs, Leland Stanford, MIsh Berner. San
Francisco; A. Thomas, England. Mr.
and Mrs. Hartlgan, Miss Hnrtlgua
Hongkong: Mr and Mrs. Mess. Miss
N. Mess. Nugatakl, B. T. Laleaca
Shanughai. Mn. and Miss Chrlsteson,
San Francisco; Mrs. C. V. Kenneel
Manila. Lieut. W. H. Clifford. V. S. X.:
Fr. Date how, Hamburg; E. Achilles,
Lubcck: II. Knulpplng. Biu-keliuig,
C'npt. Waymojth, F. II. Grant, dipt.
Waketleld, Hongkong; Jus. II. Todd.
E. A. Tnjlor. London, A. F. I ton 1 1 and
wife. California: II. H. Huntington.
Xew York, Max. Hawbciger, Miss E.
Haw burger Mrs II. K. Marx. I.osh An
geles; Phillip A. Fox, Miss X. Fox.
Milwaukee; Thos. A. Sullivan. San
Francisco; It. N. Clark, Sterling, Ills."
David Oliver and wife, Chicago; C. Mc
Lennanfl W. O. Walker, Hllo; Hruce
Cartwrlght, City; Dwlght S. Richard
son, Miss X. Richardson. Xew York;
M. P. Claithou, MIsh Edith Clauson,
Hamilton, O., P. P. Plumb. Miss C. S.
Plumb, Kansas; MrB, K. Clark, San
Diego; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Itussel, Xew
York; The. Willis Miss Esse, Miss
Taylor. Miss Z Taylor, England: H. A.
Van Xlevclt, Mr. Schmld, The Hague;
Capt and Mrs. Heldcns, Atrhln.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells It. .
A gentleman's wheel has been found.
See Found column on pas? 8.
A list of the prizes to be given by the
l'omtli of .lul committee appears on
page S of this Issue.
TJiero will be a meeting of the
Board (if Health at the usual time and
1 Inrt- Oil afternouti.
T. McCant Stewart will be among
the speakers at the Kamehameha
Alumni banquet at tln school tonight
Five dollars down and small month
ly Installments buys a complete set of
Shakespeare's works In the handy
Ariel Edition at Wm. C. Lons' In Jttdd
Among th arrivals from Kauai In
tho Mlkahala this morning were tho
following- E. K Bull. J. H Arendt.
E. T. Tnnnatt, W. O. Hyman and Paul
A emumlier Is exhibited In the Agri
culture oflU-e which weighs 2rtSj oumes,
the growth of but 32 days from plant
ing the spm. It was grown b Oer
rlt P. Wilder
The Governor announces that all
government office will be closed ut
noon on Thursday, Juno ?. in honor
of the coronation of UK Majesty King
The Honolulu Golf Club's medal piny
which wat. to have taken place on the
Moannlua grounds on July 4th, has
been postponed till further notice as
the Scottish Thistle Club will use the
grounds for Its Fourth of July picnic.
Two young men were reprimanded
UOu discharged In the Police Court
this forenoon for exposing their per.
sous nt a plate In the Alien & Koblii
?on lumber vard. oppoilte the boat
landing. Th-y were arrested by OfTi
S.iin I.clle. the crak flrtt baseman
of the Honolulu team will play In the
game against the KainehaniehiiM Satur
day afternoon. It I, probable that h
will play in hl regular position. How
eer, someone will have to run for him
us his Injured font Is not jet entirely
There was no regular gnnie between
the C'umSni Hour" and Malle-Illma
teams on the Maklkl grounds ycterda
afternoon us hud been airunged. How
ever, thero was a goodly representation
of ouch team and about four Innlngl
were played. I'lnvera fiiim other teams
touk part In the game
The German ship Alxteisdiwuli. hav
ing tompleted the discharge of the Ho
nolulu portion of her cargo of cement.
Is now ready to proceed to Seattle
where tho remainder of her cargo will
be landed. The bark Olympic will sail
for San FranclMO on Saturday with u
full cargo of sugar.
The United States Fish Commission
setamshlp Albatross. Captain Thumas,
was reporttd fifteen miles to tho west
ward at 12:35 o'clock this afternoon.
She was nlonnslde the Navy whuit
shortly after 2 o'clock fihe has been
uu a Ashing cruise oiT K-iiinl and will
probably lemuln In port until the llrst
of next month.
The tluee Chinamen who threw hat
water on Officer Hart the other night
nnd s allied his buck and one of his
arms so badly, appeared for trial ,n
the Pollto Court this forenoon. F. M.
Ilrooks appeared for the defense and
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth tor the
hmecutlon. Alter quite it shnrply
contested tilal. the men were found
guilty and heutemed to pay a fine it
t'i and costs eaih.
Among thOMi who li.no engaged
passage to San I'rnuiiMO In the mourn
ship Alutnedu. pulling hence on July i,
ateC A. Put k and wife Mrn fioodwln.
Miss .1 C Van Xostiund. Mr. Mc-Cully-lligglns.
Mi's. l)e Fieese. Rev.
A. Mackintosh. It W. MiChesney. W.
A. lluhhv In. Mis. I'm uk lliistnie. Dr.
Alvarez. J. A. Fleming. (J. II. Ileiry.
Captulu Gibbons. J. R. Ron ell, wife and
child. W.nle Armstrong and W. M. Mc
Cleun. The "Ouhuun." the Ptinuhoii annual,
has Just been Issued. It Is u most
credltuble publication nnd reflects
great credit on William neou, editor-lu-chlef.
and Ralph Johnstone, buid
nebs manager. Others of the literary
stall ani Charlotte Dodge. Frederick
l,owre. IVnlluand Schnack, Mark
Itoblnt-on Alexander Walker. Florence
Hill. Douglas Kincuid. Ruth Whitney,
Edith Spauldlng, Kvclin Nichols and
"3 p? 3
Ask to ut our No. 35
THE ST. LOUIS
Sells lor St. 50, double sole, extending
away back to the heel, corrugated
Inner sole, to male standing easy,
wide extension, flint oat, so as lo
operate successfully the pawl and
This shoe is made (or motormen
and has been adopted exclusively by
the St. Louis Motormen.
i TO HIE ORPHEUM
If t Is the price that Is bothering
people then tho following announce
ment by Mnnnger Cohen should be
most welcome' Last three nights of
Coglll & Sutton's entertainers, i educ
ed prices and change of bill. Reserved
MRU 25 cents and galleiy 10. Ths
should certainly appeal to the great
mas of Honolulu's pleasure loving
people. A flue show at twenty-live cents
for th ebest seats In the house is some
thing worth thinking nbout.
Tonight, the aggregation of clever
people nt the Orpheum will give one
of the ery best performances during
their short engagement in the city.
Manager Cohen announces that to
night and the following two nights
will he the last of the engagement, to
feople should take advantage, of tlin
great opportunity that 's offered them.
Sole Agents Z
Oentlemen. refresh yourselves at tho
rirst National Saloon.
The Dr. Mf. Alden Ehvtric "Belt
(with sus- yj? pensorv 's EinruntceJ
to possess W all thtairatlve propel
ties of the eswn.ivc belt now sold t
doctors and Jrugg, 's. It gives a ver
sttong current of elMrl Jty and Is eall
regulated. Hound to superscJe others. Can
be had from the unJerlcned on Is'; no
acents; no discount. Circular free. AJJress
Pierce Electric Co . sort Post St.. Sm
Frat-clsco. Sent free to Hawaii for 83.00
Judge Humphries, on being asked
thin ufternooa If he Intended closing
his couit In honor of Coronation Day
foithwlth dictated the following reply:
"I do not Intend to adjourn my court
tomorrow In honor of the coiouutlon
of King Edward the seventh. I do not
believe It proper to do so. Instead of
lending ourselves to thu preparation of
pageants devised to proclulm the doc
trine of the divine right of kings, we
have spurned hereditary rule us In the,
nature of usurpation, und the preteu
slons of an hereditary aristocracy as
subversive of the natural rights of
mankind. We have denounced uu
monstrous and unnatural a system
which relegate to the accident of
birth t"he selection of the rulers and
law givers of the pace. We have ridi
culed and denounced lit violatlvo of
reiison und destructive of the rights of
society, a syi-UMn which Imputes to tho
4ms of kings and noblemen alone at
tributes whli h are the common herl
tage of the race.
' I would lather Join lu memorial
fccrvlcen to the dead of the brave Boers
who by deeds of valor unsurpassed by
the evlncemeiit of tho Indomitable
'mirage which In the very attlcle of
death bus wreathed lu smiles the conn
tcimnies of martyrs bythelr wllllngne-j
to give their lives a a sucilllie upoi.
the altur of Hit I liitir-tn and llbuty '
You have been waiting lor
them and they're now here.
The demand Is large, so you
better come early for yours
before they aro all gone.
We have them, somo plain
white enamel and others
with brass tilmmlngs; sides
open out so ou can put
them by our bed.
They are the prettiest
cribs made and prices are
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Anti do, It given the Antolino
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 Antolino Is
Invaluable as It ts not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KINQ STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its l-ranches, and will be pleased
to see all or his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
If 1 Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"The Dark o' tne Moon," by S. It.
"The Mastery of the Pacific." by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Hnddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
"The lllazed Troll." by S. E. White.
"None Hut the llrave," by H. Sears.
"The Kentons," by W. D. How ells.
"The Stiolleis." by V. S. lshaiii.
"The Miigle Wheel." by John Strange
"The Hounds of the Ilaskervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared " by L nch.
"A House Party, edited Cy Paul Lei
The above are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
550 KINQ ST.
P.O. BOX 29 S.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhltartCphfe,
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, tf IS'
Offices Stangenwald Bide. Me
chant Street. Tel. main Hi.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, JUNE lO, tool
NAME OF STOCK Jfj' t? al
C. Brtwtf AComriny..
LB. Km k Co,, Ltd..
Hiwatitn AfTlcultur tlCo
nawtiun (.om.ft s n co
HtwatUn Sufir C9 .. .
Hofionu Sucr Co .. .
HonokiaSur" Co... .
Kthulnl Huntatton Co
IIMI nant.1.0 .Ltd,.,..
tlpahulu Sucar Co
Koloa Surar Co... ,.
Oou Suf af Co , . . .
Osonta SufarCo. ....
'.sonata sucar nan. v.
Olaa So. Co.. Ut., ail
OlaaSuCo. Lu riusl
raaunau au, nan Co
PactSf Surar Mill.
Pala Planlason Co .. .
Hpkro Si gtr Co ..
Watalua Agti Co
naimca null wo. . .....
Wllitf StcamtMn Cn
Ifiterllanl SieimN Co
rtaiun tiiric Co
Hon. Rarli T, & L. Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Ry&l. Co ... .
Hawaiian (ov ftr cent,
HiloK KCo orercent:
Hon ParlJ Transit .
Ewa Pi in tat n a tt rent
wanu KdiLUO per c.
Oahu Plantation 6p c
uiaa Plantation o p, c
Walalua Aetlcul. 6p (
Pa & vp -
J.OOOrfOt 0 M
ooo.oot o lc
1,040,000 9 ,0
160,000 oo .
x,ooo loo ..
, 100,004 o
.boo,ooo oo 11
WJ.olo o lH
S 000,000 $c ia
ff 0,000 IOC (If
4,Soa,ouo too $?
too.ooe too .
St.ooo too S
500,000 loo ..
$00,000 too li4
to,ooo too 60
fl.ouOrOoo too ,,
;.....". !!!! 10, v
HnliH 20 Mplrv(l. 15: 72 Olax M-
Hihsahln $3 75; 10 II. It. T. & I Co,
ftvj.r.o. in ii. n t & h cu.. 52.&i; r
II II T & I. Co.. $02.50 15 IlaKallaa
loctrlo Co.. $87.50: 4000 O. 0. . U
'o bonds. S104 GO.
156 Hotel Sttett
New York Dental
Thu high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts and mora people are realiz
ing that they can get better work and
loner prices than anywbero else.
Each department lu charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dcutUtB oi the beat-recognized school
In tho U. a. or tho world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo havo
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo cau savo you money ot, your den
tal work. We will tell you In advanco
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Cold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings SO
The finest of Chlnexe and Jap
anese matting now on sale at
VARIETY You will find ours
the best In the city; new pat
terns and designs; all grades.
PRICES No one can under
sell us and very few can sell at
our prices. We mean Just what
ADVANTAGES We sell you
nn.v qiiantlt. by the yard or roll
and deliver It free In tho clt
LEWERS & COOKE,
M. P. BBRTELMArVS
18 - M0VBD
To rear of old stand. Entrane
King street. Orders left at either tko)
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
ttreet, will receive prompt attention
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCKANOC
Orders for the purchase or ! eA
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prossssV
ly executed. Loans negotiate!......
Office Room 401. 4th floor. Staraea.
wald Bldg. Postoftlce box WO; Tata
pnone Main 331.
Halsfead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SL'GAfc.
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 553; Tel Blue Tit; Boom
s, 8preckes Bulldluc.
1 E. W. JORDAN i
The vUlt of Klnir .loaudri mid
cjiieeii Urai.'ii to the Our and LVuilnu
ii I.h.iulu has It 1 tuld, been dull
pitel ll.st'd toi th" month of July.
Alt our Instruments aro tborouuhlj
Bterlllzed beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors,'
Itoom 4. Khte IlulldliiK. Hotel Street,
Ladles In Attendance.
Houib, 8 a. m. to 0 p, m.
I Suuda.vg, 9 a. in. D VI ui.
tins Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
AIho a bljj choice In the
"PING PONG" GAME
Come curly and snve
i?r No 10 Store
Fort Street 3s