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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINQ STREET.
fJU' HIGH GRADE VEHICLES
We liavo tho most complete and up-to-date line of HIGH
GRADE VEHICLES on the market. Unsurpassed for Newness
of Design, Elcganco of Finish and Durability.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where she get's that good butter, and
If It really Is good, tho chances arc 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. Wo send It out In neat pasteboard car
tons. Tho price per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Telephone Main 45.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
When tho steamer Alameda
arrives, Saturday, we can sup
ply our customers with fresh
Besides tho fruit will bo other
delicacies such as
CAL, COCKTAIL OYSTERS-
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY and
fresh HORSERADISH. Tho fol
lowing fancy cheese:
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
H. MAY & CO,
Tho Popular Grocery.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Berctanla St.
near 1'llkoi. Ilent J30.
JOTTAGE with barn at the Beach.
C.ood bathing. Ilent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
Five-room COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Beach; IS years to run.
Good bathing. $TS to $100 per
COT T AGO GROVE, KING STREET
Hurrah for the
A HUGE VARIETY
Something New, make big holsc
Toy Plstqlsand Gaps
WALL, NICHOLS GO,, LTD.
Dr. H. C. Slorgftt president, took
the chair at the Board cf Health meet
ing yesterday afternoon, with him be
ing present Dr. W. 1.. Moore. V. C.
Smith, n. P. H. HtnLcrB. K. A. Mott
Smith. Dr. C. B. Cooler and Attorney
General U. P. Dole.
t'pon final consideration tho new
rules and regulations of tho Hoard ueio
adopted, having received the signature
of Governor Dole. It was voted to
rescind all former regulations not In
cluded In thf new code.
Tenders for supplies were read and
contracts awarded a follows:
Fer Leper Stttlement.
Nor'ucst lumber 24 tip. referred
back )o bidden for quotations accord
ing to schedule. Aileu & Robinson re
ceived the control lor T. & O. X. V.
lumber per M.
Redwood 6iirfE'-d. no proper bid nn1
referred back to bidders.
Shingles, redwood. Allen & Robin
son. Battens. U3 redwood, Allen & Rob
inson. Doors. Wilder ft Co.
Window t&yh. Wilder & Co., two con
Nails, cut. 2d Insl':, Pacific HarcWur
Xalls, galvanized, 8l, I'arlfic Hard
I ware Co.
Xalls. galvanized, 2d, Theo. II. Da-
vies & Co.
Boiled oil, Paciflr Hardware Co.
Boiled oil, Pacific Hr.rdware Co.
White lead, Theo. H. Dnvles & Co.
Turpentine, Pacific Hardware Co.
Lime. Theo. H. Dnvle & Co.
Galvanized iron pipe, divided be
tncen E. O. Hall & Sou and J. A. Hop
per & Co.
Bread, medium. Love's Il.ikery.
Baking powder. Hojnl, II. Hackfcld
Bran, wheat. Theo. II Davica & Co.
Beef, corned, barrel, II. Hnckfeld &
Coffee. c,ren. H. May & Co.
Colfee. roasted. H. May & Co.
Charcoal, guava, H. Hackfcld & Co
Coal. Allen & Koblnson.
Flour, Theo. H. Davics & Co.
Matches, long card, II. Hackfcld fi
Condensed mll!. H. Hackfcld & Co.
and Lewis k Co . two islnucls.
Kerosene. Pacific Hardware Co.
nice, Xo. 1, J. A. Hopper & Co.
Sugar, raw No. 1 H. Hackfeld & Co
Salmon, best red, H. May A: Co.
Soap, brown. H. Hackfeld & Co.
Salt, Theo. H. DavIeK & Co.
Wheat, California Feed Co.
Fcr Iniene Asylum.
Bread, medium. Love's Bakery.
Beef, Metropolitan Meat Co.
Bread, medium, Love's Bakery.
Beans, H. May ft Co. and H. Hack
feld ft Co., two varieties.
Baking powder, Lewis & Co.
Brooms, steamboat, Pacific Hurdwai
Co.; mill, Pacific Hardware Co.; jard
II. May ft Co.
Coal, Allen & Robinson.
Coffee. H. May ft Co.
Plour, H. May & Co.
Onions, Lewis ft Co.
Pork. Lewis ft Co.
Rice, No. 1. J. A. Hoppr & Co.
Salmon, best red, H. May ft Co.
I'runit. H. May ft Co.
Sugar, No. 1, inw, Lewis ft Co.
Tomatoes Lewis ft Co.
Ten, souchong, H. Muy & Co.
The action of Executive Officer Pratt
In removing R. Hendeison from the
position of registrar of vltul statistics
was anpiovcd, together with tne up
polntment of I). P. Lawrence hi his
place. E. E. Allen's appointment win
approved 11s sanitary Inspector In place
of Lawieme. The president was au
thorlzcd to sign the commission of .).
J. Donnelly as agent of the Hoard ol
Dr. T. McMillan was appointed as
government phyt-iclan at Walluku dur.
tng the, threo mouths' leave or uuseiice
of Dr. Weddlck, and Dr. K. Hoffmann
In place of Dr. McMillan at Walaiias
the same time.
Mr. Uenberg reported for tho com
mittee on the Insanitary building at
Xtnunu street and Pauoa road. Ttiq
owner' had offered tho Chinese tenant
$70 to vacato tho nieniLcs, und the
tennnt wanted two eks time. Thv
report was accepted as one of progress.
The official trip of the Iloai.l to the
Leper Settlement, suggested for July
11 In the steamer Xoeau was con.
sldercd and it was voted to empowei
tho executive officer to pioc,eed .tlth
Dr. L. E. Cofcr, redeial quarantine)
officer, reported the following foielgn
pestilence figures: Sydney, from No
vember 14, 1901, to May 2t. l'0J plague
cases 131, deaths 3li; week endliii; May
31, ono case and no death. Hongkong
two weeks to May 30. cholera caio.i 77
deaths C7; smallpox ruses 2, typhus
fever ono case; plague cases kl. ilcithi
t,7. Shanghai, cholera, beveml dentin
reported, typhus fever, one cusp. u
kohama, one case smallpox. At Kniotsu
Kyushl iBland, between Nug.ihukl and
MoJI, threo or more cases of cliolcr.i
with three deaths.
Lam Yau's request for tlni to put
his house In sanitary order was per
h. A. Ilartlett's request to visit (he
Lcrer Settlement was denied.
Dr. Sloggett reported orallv on hl.c
recent visit to Hllo, repeating what has
already been published regarding the
good vvoik maintained by the Po.ird'S
officials there. Ho strongly recommend
ed that pcnnlhslon bo given for estuiv
lithins a fish market In Hllo. There
was no tangible opposition thereto
from tho Inhabitants, and the price of
flsh could not be higher than at pies
ent On motion th secretuiy was di
rectcd to wrlto to the promotem of t
fish market conveying the poriulshlon.
Dr Sloggett stiongly sopioited a ie
quest of Mormon eldei-h to visit the
Settlement for communion km-vIcch on
tho ground of equal privileges to all
denominations. It was gi anted.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells It.
Oentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
rirst National Saloon.
Th cricket match at Punahou bcglni
at 2 o'rlock this afternoon. I
Flags of all nations are flying todavl
In honor of the coronation of King
The Triangle store was robbed last
night. A number of nrtlcles and $2.70
In cash were taken.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and sates, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
Corns and Ingrowing nails Success
fully treated without pain. Dr, Bogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
Judge Robinson Is trIng today the
same case he has been engaged Vltli
for tho past three days. '
Judge Humphreys Is today hearing
motion for counsel fees In the Rapid
Transit injunction case.
High Sheriff Brown may leave for
Maul on his tour of Inspection of the
police department by the Manna I.oj '
Tho cricket match between the King's!
and, Queen's team will take place 011 the
Oahu College campus at 2 o'clock this
Readers of new books will certainly
find somethlnic to their liking In the
list published by the Golden Rule Ba
zanr, on page .".
The big ball In celebration of the
coronation of King Edward VII will
take place at the Moana hotel tonight,
beginning nt 9 o'clock.
One of the Rapid Transit cars went
off the tract, today with the reult that
the whole system was thrown out for
several minutes between 8 and a
Miss Ben Taj lor. who Is teacher In
one of the government schools of the
Kona district. I vlltlng at the homo
of Mr. ntid Mr Julian Monsarrut al
Kapapala ranch s
J. Bntchelor. Inspector Licenses,
leuves for Kona In the Mamia Iji.i to
morrow. He lAperts to be nwny about
0 month, during which time he will
make a tour of the nig Island.
Judge Robinson jeeterday denied tho
motion to cite the defendant for cort
tempt In th can- of Sllvn vs. sllva for
fuliuie to pa.v alimony and attorneys'
fees allow Ni b the court to his wife.
111 i i " ' ' jj
Ail. to see our No. 35
THE ST, LOUIS
SelU lor $4.50, double sole, extending
away back to the heel, corrugated
Inner sole, to make ttanding easy,
wide ext;nslon, flint oat, so as to
operate niceeulully the eawl and
This shoe is made lor motormen
and has been adopted exclusively by
the Si. Louis Motormen.
8olc Agent ZZZ
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlttdttphlfc
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, tf To
Offices Stanoenwald llda- Ma
chant Street. Tel. Main MI.
liONOLULU aTOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE jfi, tool
NAME OF STOCK
I Pali is
C. BttWtf Ik CARtBCRV.
N 3 ScMDO.Co.LH.
L.B.KiCl Co., U4...
The fnlted States training ship Mo
hican. Captain Cowden. Is now thirty
di-s out from Yokohama and, liei
destination being this port, she Is long
overdue. She should have been herd
on the 22d Inst.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh's sermon cf
this morning In connection With tho
coronation of King Edward VII will
bo printed In full In the Anglican
Chronicle Saturday. It will be well
This morning at about 9:3) o'clock,
the American ship Hawaiian Isles ar
rived In port after u trip of ',i days
from XewcaHtle. She brings a cargo ol
3380 tons of coal. She Is at present
l)lng In the stream.
Charles Ahoy, a Chinese hackman ol
the IX!. stand, had his hack smiifhed
in nn alley this side- of the Insanci
asylum road lust night. His horse be
came filghtetieil and dashed the car
riage ugalnut telephone olcs und
The reception In honor of the mnr
ilago of Charle E. King and Miss
Jeanne T. Hates, which takes place In
the Knmehiimeha Memorial chapel nt
b o'clock this evening, will be held at
the Pieparatory fchool after the cere
ninny Friends nr cordially Invlttd
Along tho natcifiont this murnlnri
the coionatlon of King Edward win
observed by a gay display of bunting
by several vessel. The ship Tola, the
only Ilrltlsh vessel In poit, had her
colors displayed and among the other
vessels the Alice Cooke ntid the (Serarl
C, Tobey also made u bravo showing.
Judge Morris M. Eatcc adjourned t ti
Kederal Comt In honor of King Ed
ward's coionatlon. He spoke of there
being muny residents ot tho Territory!
of 'ilrltlsh ulleglance, blith and descent
and said the American people rejoiced
In tho advance of civilization and the
existence of peace today among all na
The Custom House force has organ
ized a third team which under tho char
acteristic name the "Never Was's" bin
challenged tho "Has Recns." The line
up of the team is us follows: Macau
ley, p.; Kogarty, c; Dlnklage, lb.;
Short, 2b.; Unrlnger. 3b.; Ilcmiose'ss.;
Weedon, If., Adams,, cf.; Midicw, rf.
Substitutes Ilurr.es, Gibson. Nalual
You have been waiting lor
them and they're now- here.
The demand Is large, so you
better come early for yours
before they are all gone.
We have them, some plain
white enamel and others
with brass trimmings; sides
open out so you can put
them by our bed.
They are the prettiest
cribs made and pi Ices are
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Ants do, If given tho Antollne
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 Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
650 KINQ STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, v-here he is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In alt Its branches, and will be pleased
to sec all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with an) other shop.
ta Plantation C j
Hawaiian ArricutftfalCot i
Hawaiian -ota. su to.l
Hawaiian Sutar Co ....J
Hofiomu Sugar Co ... '
Honokaa Sutr Co (
Haiku Sugar Cw...... .
Vabuku Plantation Co, '
.inai riant. uo .Ltd,...,
CtMhulu Sugar Co l
Kotoa Sarar Co .. ...
0koSuraf Co, ,. ..
Oioa Sugar Co
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co.
OtaaSn. Co.. Ltd.. at)
Olowalu Company . .
Paauhau Su, (Un, Co j
Pacific Sugar Mill .
Pala Plantation Co . .
Pepwkeo Si gar Co ...
Plonm Mill Co.
Walalua Agri Co
WalluhuSugarCo .. ..'
WalmanaloSugar Co !
Walmca Mill Co. . '
Wllir 5!rnthln tn
nawanan titric Co. .
Hon. Rarli T. & L. Co
Mutual Tettrfionc Co
Hawaiian Gov j ptr cant
MiioKHCo 6 percent
Hon Rapid Trantlt .. .
Ewa Plantat n 6 pr cant
wins khl uo pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c ,
Olaa Plantation A p. c
Walalua Agrlcul. 6 p.
1 60,000 '
V $0,000 100
f 10,000 100
"rinVB-fO II ltTrXriC6., $62.50;
in H. It. T i U Co., J.oO, 75 Ewn,
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Wore KIub. by Justin .McCarthy.
"Tim Dark o' tne .Moon," by S. H.
"Tho Mastery of the Pacific," by A. II.
"Dorothy Veinon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"The lllaied Trail." by S. K. White.
"None llul the llrave." by II. Sears.
"The Kenlons." by W. I). Howells.
"The Strollers." by P. S.ilshnm.
"The MbrIc: Wheel," by John Stranga
"The Hounds of the IlasKervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A House Party,' edited by Tsui Lei
The above nro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
Tin- following are the lady nation-
esses for the eutertuihtucnt of tho Kl
loliaua Art I.eqicue In be given Monday
evening: Mr. S II. Dole, Mrs. W. V
Allen. Mr,. :. I'. lllshcii. Mrn. .1. n
C'astlci. Mi's ri. M. Damon, Mrs, I'. M
Hutch. Min. W. (!. Irwin. Mrs. Annls
Mcintague-Turner. Mm. P. A. Schaef
er, Mrs. James (!. Spencer, Mis. P. M
Bwanzy and Mrs. Mury Wlddlfleld.
The Maharajah of Julppx, who has
arrived In Paris on his wuy to Klntf
IMward's coronation, has v Uh hlru "
siilto comprising twenty dlgnltnrlct
and 122 servants His luggage weight
New York Dental
The hlBh class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more peoplo are realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Kach department In chargo of a spe
cialist ami our operators are graduate
dentists ol tho best-recognized schools
In tho V. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo have
the best plate workers, crown nnd
brldga specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We can save you money on your den
tal work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth J5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Qold Fillings 1.00
Silver Filling SO
SSO KING ST,
P. O. BOX MS.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANQfc
Order for the purchase or mU ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promit
Iy executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngtn
wild Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Talt
pnone Mln 331.
The finest of Chinese and Jap
anese matting now on salo at
VARIETY You will find ours
the best In the city: new pat
terns and designs; all grades.
PRICES No ono can under
sell us and very few can sell at
our prices. We mean Just what
ADVANTAGES We sell you
any quantity, by the yard or roll
and deliver It flee in the clt)
LEWERS & COOKE,
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
H. F. BERTELJVlArVS
18 - MOVBD
To rr of old sUnd. Bntrmnee ,
Kins street. Orders left at either sko)
or office kt John Nott's stors, KUi
strt will roretTft prompt nttunt'w
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Doz E53; TeJ Blue 791; Room
s. Sprockets Dulldruf.
Daniel I. Bradford, seventh In lino
from John nradford. first Oovcrnor of
Massachusetts, has Just celebrated his
91st birthday at bis home. In the vlllagl
of Tyndall, 8. D.
You are Invited to visit the Island
Curio store on Hotel street. The most
rompleto collection of Hawaiian cm lot
on salo. Recommend jour ft lends to
this old Curiosity Shop, It's a tegulai
The Dr. Mk-, AMen Elcrtnc "Pelf
with sus- 2&J re'siry '-s guaranteed
to posse .s -Tv1, all the viiratlve proper
iles of the esnenslve belts now sold by
Joctors anJ drugg 's. It gives a very
tiong current of eKtrkltv and Is ejlly
reeuhteJ. Hound to supersede others. Can
e had from the undersigned only ; no
'cents; no discount. UrcuUrfrte. Address
Pltrco Electric Co . 306 Post St., San
Frar.clco, Sent free to Hawaii for $3.00
IM.) immLkXti si
All our Ine'riimcntB are thorouahlj 5
stctllUed beiuro use.
New York Dental Parlors,
ltooni 4, KU'e IlulldltiB, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m,
Sundays, 9 a, m. U Vi m.
1 E. Jllf. JORDAN I
y lin Juat received ex.
- "ALAHEDA" a full line
g of the celebrated
g- AIbo a blft cholco Ip tho
I "PING PONG" GAME
V Como early and save
No 10 Store