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BVENINO nUU.BTIN, HONOLULU. H. T FRIDAY. JUNE 27 1902.
'CUffTTrfTTT' I H
III. B. M. CONSUL IIOARE
THANKS THE ADMIRAL
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO STREET.
Expresses Appreciation of Readings
to Help id the Eurmug and
Abandoned Fan me Kerr
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd,
HIGH GRADE VEHICLES
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We have the most complete nnd up-to-date line of HIGH
GRADE VEHICLES on the market. Unsurpassed for Newness
of Design, Elegance of Tlnlsh end Durability.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where she gets that good butter, nnd
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. Tbo price per pound 40 cents,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltdi,
Telephone Alain 45.
Two persons lor 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.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Beretanla St.
near I'll'.tol. Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn nt the Iicnch.
Good bathing. Rent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
ne-room COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Iieach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGE GROVO, KING STREET
1060 FORT STREET.
. TWO TELEPHONES
Hurrah for the
When the steamer Alameda
arrives, Saturday, we can sup
ply our customers with fresh
Resides the fruit will bo other
delicacies such as
CAL, COCKTAIL OYSTERS
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY and
fresh HORSERADISH. The fol
lowing fancy cheese:
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
H. MAY k CO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
When the flret news of the clew
abandoning the burning British ship
Fannie Kerr was brought to Honolulu
by tn steamer .la'm's Makeo, with the
message from Captain Gibbons to the
lJmisii Consul hoe, inking that
starch be made fir the occupants i
two of the ship's boats who had nor
then been heard irom, Consul llnaic
consulted with Admiral Mcny am.
the latter Immediately ordered the
Klsh Commission stenuithlp Albatross
to make ready 'o fro to the rescue n'
the thin missing tno.
Further new. brom-bt by the steam
cr W. G. Hall, to the effect that nil
hands were safe, rendered it uvicces
snry for the Albatross to leave pnit
As a result of thee I nits tho follnwlng
correspondent ban pasBed between
Consul Hoare and Admiral Merry:
Honchilu. June lCth, 1002.
Sir: I have the honor, on behalf ol
Captain Chnrls Gibbous, late mastei
of the BiltUh barque Fnnnlo Ken, ol
Liverpool, abandoned on Are on the
20th ultimo In latitude 2C,.Si north and
longitude K.& west, nt) well us myHell
to express to you cur tiest thanks for
the humane and piompt action which
was taken by yen in giving order foi
the United States ship APiiatrtiss. Cap
tain Thomas, to lie prepared to go ir
sc-nrch of thos of the crew of that us
fcel. who. net having, ni rived with tfit
others at Koual. w'ie accoiding ..
first report si.rj'fed to litiu ntnil.
for Fiench Frigate Shoals, or other Isl
amis in the chain cr who nilnht possl
bly hae been still nt sea, also for glv
Ing orders to the United Slates ship
Iiocniols, l.l -itenant Commander Rod
man. to hold iWelt in readiness in
case additional ne-ixtrijco sliould be
i'ound to be recpiire-d.
The lauding of the mlsslug pail m
tho crew at Nllhati and Kuual happily
rendered such assistance uuiiffcssaiy
but the nctlon 'O kindly taken by you
nevertheless deserves oui watmest np
preclatlon and tnnjiks, which I hep
leave hereby to tend to you.
I have the honor to be sir, with high.
personal reraid. your most obedlen
(Signed) W. II. IlOAItn,
H I). M. Consul.
Rear Admiral Jobu P. Merry. 11. S. N..
Commandant of the United Slater
Naval Station. Honolulu.
Department of the Navy, United Stntej
Naval Station. Hawaii, Honolulu
T. H June 17, 1002.
Sir: 1 have tbo honor to aekuowl
edge the receipt of your communion
lion of yesterday oud to thank on fn'
the kind "-mlments it contained.
A copy of your letter will be for
wnrd'd to the Ntvy Department a'
Washington. Very respectfully.
(Slgntd) J. R MP.RRY.
Rear Admiral. It. S. N (Rtd.), Con)
Hon. W. R. Hoaie, H. II. M Consul
Honolulu. T. II
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Kona coffee to be good must bo pure.
C. J. D.i slls It.
(lntlomen. refresh yourselves at tho
first National Saloon
A straggler from tho Iroquois has
belli posted at the police station.
The ship Hawaiian Isles will haul In
to the Oceanic wharf to discharge.
A scaif and pin wero lost recently.
Hen aid for return. Sic ad pago 8.
The Hclinouei Komi will sail for the
Sound in ballast sometime tunturiutv
Notice of meeting of IVimth District
Second I'leclnct Club appears under
New Today on page S.
For baby carrlasej and sewing ma
chines and stops' and safes, call on
Horfschlacgcr Co., Ltd.
The bark Olympic sails for San
l-'inncisro nt 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. She will carry passengers and
a full cargo of sugar.
I'. 13. R. Strauch has n c!-ioom lioitsn
with lot for sale on Insane Asylum road
for only $7J0, on easy terms. This Is u
poor man's h.irgaln. See new nd.
While the senior crew of the Ilea-
lnni Boat Club was out practicing ou
I'enrl Harbor cterday In the new
shell which recently nrrlved from Ox
foul, It wns swamped nnd badly brok
en. Secietaiy Cooper saw tho acci
dent finni his launch Mammal and,
going cuer to tfie boys who were floun
dering In tho wntcr. picked them tiu
and made lor their headquarters. It
will take three ot four days to get th
shell In shape again
(INT INJl III
JAMES MAKEE SIGHTS
SHIP OFF WAIANAr
German Ship Alsterschwan Was Head-
icg That Way Hay Ee Delayed
for Several Days Without
A LARGE VARIETY
Something Nov, mnkc big noise
Toy Pistqlsand Gaps
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
The present company nt the Orphcum
will play their I:u-t program In Hono
lulu this oen.ng, tbo t-omblnatlou go
ing ou to the Mulnlniid In the ste.imei
Doric. Th prices mo kept nt the ie
dnction. rctervcil seats being placed at
tcnt-ilve and tho gaileiy at teu
Thete ate not dividend paying pilcc
for management or players but the
playgoers being apparently loath to
turn out at the regul.tr prices the per
formiis prefer to pluy to many people
at a small price than the snme sum of
money re-pretente-d by scantily lllled
"It Is the easiest thing In the world
to Jolly an actor," tald one of tho per
formers this morning, "If tho house Is
full we can mako ourselves bcllcto wo
lire playing to big money though wu
know we arc cot."
Tho reason for tho luck of palronagti
at the Orpheum, the luht fev nights Is
haul to assign. The peiforninnco hai.
been universally pralked and tho artists
are nil of them players who are wel
come In the flrt class houses. Aqul
nnldo, tho Warsaw Brothers. S.irlna
Altro. Coglll. all of them hne pjayed
the first class circuits and thclr'vatl
Otis turns are original nnd flrnt cl.is1
I3very one who has lslted the Or
tdicum has lordlally apprei luted them
but everyone did not go.
Whatever tho rcaton. lint weather
too many holidays or hind tlincs, ths
Citirstltin assumes a serious aspect when
we look for future conipjiiles. Tli
news carried Into tho States by these
performers of luck of pation.ige makes
the Etnylng over here of the World'i
rnte:tnlners. with whom sewinl of tho
present company hae plaed lengthy
engagements, a question of too great a
Tonight's program nt the Orplieuiu
!s full of entertaining feutuies .mil will
be positively the last of the season
The highest price la twenty-lhe tents
" bile the g.illerv gods get In for a dlniu
I1 '" I
Afk to tee our No. 35
THE ST. LOUIS
Sells (or S4.50, double sole, extending
aw4y bck to the heel, corrugited
Inner sole, to mike itinJin; easy,
wide extension, Hint oat, to ai to
opeMle rucceufulty the piwl ini
This shoe is nude lor molormen
tad bis been adopted exclusively by
the St. Louts Motormen.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Finn ASSOCIATION, of PhlktcJttg'?,
WE8TERN A8SURANCE CO, of to
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg U-
chant Street. Tel. msln ten.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, It NB j;, 1901
The Dr. MY.
Alden Elf trie "licit
p-nsirv 's guarantci'
to possess 'ww all thcuritlveuropei
tlcs of the epen Ivj b-l1-. now sold by
iJoc'ors and drug I:'-. It gives a ver
stin.ii: current 01 el: fr 1 v .in I Is ea'l"
regu'ateJ. B'iunJti$ p.r.i.-J-nthi-rs. Can
be had from the- 11 i'-r-siiri-.eJ onlv. no
age its; nn dl count C c il ir free. Address
l . rce Electnl. Cfl . too Post "t.. San
I rrsMlsco. Sent fie ttl w.ill l.i. 85.00
The steamer Jatnei Makce, C.iptnln
Tullett. which ntrled with a cargo 01
sugar from Kauai pot ts jestcrday nf
tei noon, sighted u line tour masted shl
Hying signals, off Wulaune. between
ll.irber's Point 1111H Kflen.i Point. Pun-
tain Tullett could not make her out
I he ship, whoever she was, was be
calmed. She rnrrted everv Htllrh n
cam as. but not 11 breath of ajr stirred
"She was In the calm belt." Slid Cap
tain Tullett this morning, "and she is
likely to ntay thcie Ecernl days
llien the Makcu wus off Barker's point
yesterday we sighted the big (irrni.11.
ship Alsterihuun bound f 1 tint tills poit
for Seattle. She was making right foi
the culm belt."
Island si hooners trailing brtnecn Ho
nolulii ami the windward side, of till,
island are well acquainted with thl
"calm belt" olf Walaiuia and steer clca
0 It as much as possible. The Wnlanat
mountains catch the wind thete and
ion the waters llieie of Its power.
This "calm belt" Is well known to
tklppeis coining regularly to this port
nnd Is avoided Now and then a cap
tain who Is not fumlllur with these
wateis ge's his vessel Into the caln
belt off Walanae anil Is beiiilined
sometime fur mnn das
In the opinion of some of the water
front the essel sighted off Wnlnna
Is the same esel that was repoitcd
b the steamship China tho other day
Tills I.I. a howewr Is not geneinlb
J;;ii"il In In f.n t. the Idea is g.ilnln,'
0:1 tbo fiont that tlie shli slgliti'd b)
t'ro China was the ubindoned lirltlsl
slilp 1'iiiinle Kerr.
It will be ipiuembeieil that It wa
said that the essel een by the Chine
might have been the Fort George or the
Hawaiian I'les. It has now beer
shown, hcmi-ifr. that It could not hat
been either of these teasels.
The James .Makce brought 11130 bags
of sugar. ?.'M bags of rice and seveia
packages of sundries. She may go our
again tonight, although It is not likel
that she will sail again heroic Moudu
The big Chinese Rambling case came
tip In the Police Court yestetd.iy and
tcsulted In another letory for the
niosofiitloii. There wcie lul defend
lints and. of these, the pios'-cutlon usee
six of the men as witnesses and tlieie
fine nolle pieisd their cases. Tlirf tc
malndrr of the defendants were fciunc'
guilty on the evidence iiddm-ed am',
weie lined ". ami eostH each. This
makes a gland total of J.'Ss which ha-ith.-ady
been paid Into the police ile
pjitment. The 111 si of these big cases cume ill
about a week or so ago. at that time.
$!ll was taken In. This makes n gland
'total of J1229 from gambling cases In
side of two weeks. Detecthe Kuapn
englneeied both the talds that liiought
this handsome sum Into the treasiny
of the police depart merit.
The chief detective seems to have
figured out a way of calling the turn on
the Chinese gamblers which they have
not et succeeded 111 fertctlng out. In
both the big cases referred to. It look
ed eiy ninth as If the Chinamen would
go free but the right evidence t-nnie out
at the piopcr time arid all hut u few
wcio found guilty.
Not all or 1'ntle Sum's pension nioiiev
s sp. nt at I nunc foi 127 pensioner.,
live In lielauil. :;2s 111 Kiiglaud, 1U2 In
-".(Otland. I.! In Wales DID In (jerman)
"i in I'lunie. V in Russia. 1." In Nor
way, 27 111 Di'iimaik. 7 In Spain. U In
Portugal. 113 In II11I5 7 111 Turkey, and
13 in A f ilia.
You have been waiting tor
them and the 're now here.
The demand Is large, so ou
better come early for ours
hetorc thej nro all gone.
We linve tli"in. some plain
wlilte enamel and others
with bras tiiinnilngs: sld"
open out so ou can put
them by our bed
They are the prettlet
cribs mad.- and prices are
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Ants do If given the Antollnc
treatment. Greatest success
attends use of this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
th pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne It
invaluable as tt 13 not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honoiylti Druse Store
Still in JJie Field
E. C. ROWE
has started in business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
in all its branches and will be pleased
to sec all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones He has no connection
with any other shop.
NAME OF STOCK jj," ' J
C. Brtwtf ftClfnetny. ' 1,006,0
1.S SichlDa.Co.tM ' .o.
I.B. Km k Co., Ltl. . no oe
ftt Pltfltitlon Co ...
Hawsllin Com.ft Su Co
ttiwllUn Sugar Ci ...
Monomu Sugar Co ..
Honokaa Sugar Co ...
Haiku Sugar Co
Catiuku Hantallon Co
VlStl Plant Co..l'l,,.
Klpahula Sugar Co ....
Coma Scgar Co . ..
O.tiu Sugar Co .. ,
Oioniaa SugarCo. ....
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co . Ltl , til
O'aaSuCo Lll plupl
Paauhau Su Plan Co
eacinv Migar .Mill
PrpMkfo Si gar Ce .
Walilua Ago Co
Wlllar SllrrMp Co
Inler-lslani SlfamN Co
Hawaiian Llrctrk Co
Hon arll T ft L Co
Mutual THfPhint Co j
OahjRvStL Co . I
ttawallan c,(,v j par cant
H1I0 KHCi . nl
Hon Vptl Trinit . I
Ewa t'lantit n 1. f r c.ntl
Oahu M h L f.'i rr c I
Oahj t-'anui. in ' p c 1
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
waialua Agrt.ui & p c
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
If I Were King. Iiy Justin XleCatthy.
'The Dark o tie Moon," by S. It.
The Mastery of the I'atlllc," by A. It.
"Dorothy Veincin of Haddon Hall," by
Chan. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In I'lower ).
The Mazed Trail.' by S. K. White.
'None Hut the Ilrave " by It. Seats.
"The Kenlons," by W. I). Howells.
The Strollers.' by '. S. Isham.
The Magic Wheel." by John Strango
"The Hounds of the Ilaskonllles," by
"The Womnn Who Dared " by l. nt-li.
A House Party, edlleit by Paul Lei
The above are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found tin our
156 Hotel Street
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 29 S.
I M.OOO !
STOCK AND BOND BROKEfl.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCKANC.C.
Orders for the purchase or sal et
tocks and bonds carefttly and promjt
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUncniv
wald Bldg. Pottoffiee box 383; Tf
phone Main 331.
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental l'arlora every
day counts and more pcoplo are realiz
ing that they can get bettor work and
lower prices than anywbero else.
Uatli department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators are graduato
dentists o tho best-recognized schools
lu the I'. S. or tho world.
We have a larger start than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den'
tal work. We will tell you In ndvanco
exactly what jour work will co6l by a
Full Plate of Teeth 5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
M0 PLATES 1fl!kL,
The finest of Chlne.e and Jap
anese matting now on sale nt
VARIETY You will find ours
the best In the clt : new pat
terns and designs; all grades.
PRICES No ono ran under
sell us and very few can sell at
our prices We nian Just what
ADVANTAGES W.- sell em
anv qtMiititi bv t!i - jurd or toll
and d-llv.-i It lie.- ltl the tit)
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON 6UGA
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
LEWERS & COOKE,
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND OOtID BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Jucid Building:.
t-f. F BERTELftUN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance o
King street Orders left at either tioi
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
te.t .tll rwslv. nrnmTil .,-
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Te) Dluo "II; Room
s, Sprecke'g Building.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honalulu.
I E. W. JORDAN 1
A thin eh Is to bt elected lit Aldei
shot. England, lu memory of the Itn
n.ilt Culholli- kiildleitv iniiinly IMsh
inn -who lost theli lives lu South
W" l YW"""?
All our lusMuincnts are thorouuhli
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Itoom 4. Hlito llulldlng, Hotel Street,
Ladles in Attendance,
Hours. 8 a. m. to C p. in.
! Sundays, 9 a. m. t3 12 m.
Iiiih Junt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
ot the celehrntcc!
AIho ii bl(J choice In the fj
"PING PONG" GAME 3
Ciimc curly unci hiivc
No 10 -Store
-MP-t-J-V Vi,lji t ..n.